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-'he peach and plum blossoms bel
l]e oandidates this time.
-omo folk had - better stand froi
t)tIr or the court honse might fall o
--Mt. A< M4 Morris has opened ont I
the FroemAit building with a full lino <
-Wheat and oats that havo not be
ibjured by the fly, look well and pron
lse a fair yield,
-The cold snap on Monday cause
those having business in court to lu
eomewhat late getting in town on the
-The equalization board wore bus
last week smoothing down the bump
and raising the depressions in the assesi
-'-Ftallool Mr. Dorrl Look over th
Piokens dttl lasley road, and make us
bid on eioothing our pathway throng]
--lIow about the man that don't kno,
the dliferenco between a dummy tin
and a tramway. IIo should be mad
-13e careful when you mvatp horses o
tnulos. It is pretty hard to make out
case of fraud against a profossiww
-Read the nov ads of our home met
chants. They contain items that will in
tcrest, and give you information that wil
bo of benefit.
-The Rev. A. P. Nicholson, of An
derson, the Journal says, has so far rc
covered that he was able to take a tri]
A into the country.
-\Ve are soon to have our double 1i
ly mail again. The order has been sign
at to reinstate it, and no doubt it will b
perpetual this time.
-OUrtt dummy line in operation wil
add thousands to the value of the un
ber, recently discovered in the uppe
portion of the county.
-Those who had put in their fertilize
early, now regret doing so. The iecon
rains have washed the greater part o
the strength tout o it.
-Waliker WY. Rutssell's appoint men
as postmaster at Anderson still haing
fire atd it is not very probablo that hr
will secure the offie after all.
--Agcnts for the nteW patent righ
Wire fenco can get. all their blanks at th
BENTINE2 job oflice. Orders by mii
will receivo prompt attention.
--If you wish to raise a good crop) o
Xijsh potatoes, get your ground unidy
Rnd plait on the wane of the 3110011 n
March. So naith the )ntehuan.
P'-Pca Ridge is pr)epnring to go ahel
this sunmmer with her im))rovements
The saw . mills now have all the order:
they can iill by the mo idd In of the season
-Read call for a meeting of person:
Sntorested in the buildig of the dumm
line, published in another comi na. n
- sure and come to the meeting next :at
--Cortoner P,oggs had the two litt.h
sons of V. ). Wiggins irought fron
Laurenn county last week, to testify it
the case against their father for poison
iug their mother.
-Mail cat)ier (ilstrap lost one of hi:
]lorses last week, B3righlt loses a hlorsi
'tearly every year. H1e says that thetre i.
tno stock thaat can stand the wear an.
tear' of a matil r'out(.
-Thle farmers of Lashaiton town'shij
repurt that the farm laborers havte mosti:
left thtpart of the com1 try mwl I he:
fin soe roulethis synp g .i ai getting
the hands they want.
-Mr. Claude H. Alexander, of tie
Charleston College, came hlome last Fri
day in response5 to a telegram advising
himi of the severe illness oIf his grand
imot her, Mrs. Licina Alexander.
-Pmxnpkinitown andit Easley are enel
('eeting to bet tilt fuiitre ounty seat
It is thought t hat P 'mnpint Iown wvil
easily win the fight as it, has the groat
advantage of more suitable locat ion.
--Miss Charlotte Muii, whol ha ~s b)em
spending the wint.or iln iBartahiatchiie
Miss., with her father aind rolattives, re
Lurned to Pickens last Tu esday, mouel
refreshed, and well pleased withI her trip)
--Mr. T. H. Galloway, of Brevard, N
0., Is in this county selling farm rights
for a patent fene,' l\ir. TU. H1. Smith
has bought the right for Liberty town
ship, and R. A. Hester 1has lmrhaIlse
-More farnmera a paying cash foi
their suipplihes this .veatr thIan e vereo
sinice the war', which goes to prove thia
we are oni a b etter basis ad that the ag
riculturist will lay by something for
rainy day this yearl, if thme season1 is fair
-The hleavy rains lost week hept t h
farmors nt a standstill and tried thle ter
races, some1 oft whic mtwere Iroken, bul
where thley were~ propeily laid off thley
,stood the stri'zi 1in1d saved hmnnlredts oi
dollars~ 1n prevenitiag thet wasto ot soi
It seems as if "'Whndering eitizen (I
Eiasley-' hals not cailted onl thle more ini
telligenit whlite peCopl. ini his travels
or those that ean rea'd, hut hai ptletv~t 0
colored folks with splomlhid lbnnies
.It's imipossible for an ountsid(er to knov01
what peCople reatd.
-D)on 't Jose fith I in niew~ enterprises
or in projected(li impr)ovemets.t hem st
somel (nays it canilnot bet don e. I1t in ev'e
thbus, that noe no (0nn ('an makhe a dhparmt
nrc from the old ints, unlh somze pes
simlist is readt(y to phesyit3 thaimt it wil
como1 to naughit.
Hoerce deale" at Yassley m111 li tria
are now ogaiged iln bringing ini lor 1s
a1(n mles from other Stamtes to supllyl
the demand hiere. Thliis is not1 asi
should be. We shohlelt raise onrl owi
stock and save our maoniey. Whoj wvii
start a stock fIrem?
'-At this season (of the0 year if voi
feel a dl'/izinels amt fren it t e ttaciw
andt have.' nightaro with visions of1 fli
it,uyo pun1iishmenttt, 1and( ale troublled wil
at strango fIlut eriing (of thle hieart, it is
fii f.lint somiethiing is wr,mzg. Catllo
the drintpy' niu lod y ym)ir subs)criptiont
year' ini advanp.e, and bo Miure of IIa ;h
cinIes Obituary not ico.
~--Otjr (lootlrs .think we/ wvili have to hi
far nioro partiofil than 11tnal1 inl rtegand I
Sjprmhg andit htmonortt, as tiht winter hai
butonl Ho mlild. It is very probablel thi a 11
1)1(aRwil e oilawved, 5o thoms,t who hav
19arayaccepjted such~ pr Iesenmts froi
tAIIIV friatndM in thle eounit ry, wilt dit wel1
tw a week or two.
-On TI'evdiiy, the Ethi uni., I vo. .1
W. Tiutchm it died Itf hiis homelIl in l.msle
after a short illniess. .lu thle death Ii
Mr. JHutchains thle cor mmity sustains .
. severe loss, and thanetauste of thet. Mae~
a vliant soldier. ft0 was5 a mlan uni
. versally loved and1( respectedl by aIll wll
.know him. At the tiame of his'dimith hi
-was iin his tifty-inath year, andit iim
served for years in the minlistry of th~
Thaptist Church. A gooid man:ilhe wai i;
-Miss Mary Symmes, of Groenvill,
I. is visiting Miss Corrio Bruce.
"" --It is feared that tho o)1c snap Ii
Sunday night has killed the fruit crop
it -The farmers wero in town last wee
laying in their supply of plows and hoe
n for the summer's work.
n -Court last Monday, brought th
largest crowd into town that there ha
n boen any time for the past year.
>f -Mr. Janmes T. Singleton, of Isnsta
too township, left on the 25th nit., to
n the West on a prospecting tour.
--Thoso snakes that began to erai
last week are in p. sad plight. They g.
d caught away from home without ttn ovc,
' -The Wiggins murder case waQ con
tinued to the next court on aecount c
Y illuns of Wiggins' attornley, Mr. Hear
-~The Chndy-date tree began to blot.
out hlat Monday. It is thought that
o it will be in full bloom within ton da3
1 or two Weeks.
--tessrs. Dill and Cook, of the Greot
vtlle bar, and Col. R. A. Thompson,
V the Walhalla bar, wore in attendance <
o court here this week.
? -A prominent Northern capitAlis'
nLOw going ovetl the whole surve"
1 rotuto of the Cumborland (p railro.
R looking at the prospect for investmui
-Several m11en1 ray they woldl1l go int
the sheep raising business in this coun
if it were not for the large number
- worthlcsss ctura that would destroy tin
--Mrs. Thos. Stolo and Mrs. Whitn
- Synimes, of Greenville, were in Picke
the past week, 13 at:tecdlitco upon ti
last illness of their mother, Mrs. Lici
Ale xandii (Ir.
- -Dr. J. B. Carpenter, dentist, will
- at Mr. J. J. Wakelin's in LibcRy,
tho next fifteen days. Anyone wish
any work done in hiu line, will find 1
1 at the above address.
--)r. Lawrenceo Clayton, of Centi
t' held an impromptu rceoptiun in fr.,
of the court house lrist Tiinsdy at
1 noon. While he was entertaining the
t court room was empty.
f --WV. A. Brton, of Greenville, agent
for the Metetal Life Insurance Co., is in
t. town, looklug up the life misuriancet 1bUs
iness. His ctompailny is one of the io:st
reliable in the couttry.
-'Tho )eoplle who travel the Taylor's
, ford road in Liberty township are begin
n ing to Ihink they will not get their hridlge
I over Eigl.teei Mile. it is reported that
the rotud is iil most imnpau;sable.
-Seveial of the promtinent citizena
froni the sithwest. coruer of the couiitv
i were before the board of Conuiiniasiiners
last. Tuesday in tle interest of the Pen
dileton :td l;lclmsont C;olleto road.
--The fareni.rs in the Pea Ridge s
tion, yet have cotttton to sell, alnd it
m1aker them feell good to leaian that the
price of the staple is cliinig ny to the
ncighborhood oif 11 C."n ts per pouid.
-Sai \\i ilson got st.nudeld in ta;wns
- htst \lonthty night. Sote oue I.iteliti
en to his hugy by mista:e :ai let the
joy tai S m with a mule amd harness bt
0 novelhile. J I' caughtt ligent J.it lay.
I--Mr. J. C. Striblig t, the well-kItnoWn1
da'(liry n:an of P'end.ltonrt, watt in Iok:ns
this Week, Mr. Mt ribling has proVe
bteyond a doubt thit t,re is plenty of
many.. to h made by kt.eping a i rst
chliss stock farm 14n1 tils (44 coutr.
[- -Miss Alice liysV, the seventeen1-year
old thoughtter of ioainii H ays, whio
lives ini the (Ocorge's Creek sodiion, died
l:iet Moniday, aifu'r a shuorl t lles, Irom
iniia-iw.ia. Shi:e w as bit. ed at Gilassy
IMountain gravoyardi on TJuesday.
-Thie term1 of (lie Sessionis (Co)urt just
close,lI wais thme shorto't on4 record. Onli y
. onet caiso was disaposedi of. The diefon -
dant31 ple::led guilty. t) caIrryinig conceal
.s ed weapons5, was5 fined thirty dllairs,
pid it midl wenmt oin his waiy rejoicing.
-d. udtge Jaimne Alrichi, the, new jiulge
of thie second circuit, made a favorable
1impretssion <mn ther oficers of thle court
anid thie peop1i(le here. We prit wit that
lhe will le :n4 ithonored, briillianit a.nd im
partial holder of thie scales of just ice.
-Now is thie time to brinig inl yourl
job pIrint ing. Our' work( is tecond4 to)
1n4n34 in the Staite. If we donL't give y'ou
Ii rst-class wvork our charge is nothiung.
We carry a large stock o)f istationeryfabud
e&an suply you withi anything in (lie job)
-Wyatt Aiken, lIhe efrlien)!t st$lno
thant abouit all the tonghiA tiliv.ens h:ave
left Piknei 411unty. Is faees for ntes
oft thea ciminiial coulrt this ltimo will niot,
pay for' a "clu:tw o' terbacker."' May it
IlSunday tha:t imea'slured eighteen icebies.
It di upoed the 1wrm lipelof lst
ofhs oats tate and witrquar
ters' andI circuilaite ab out.
S -everal in'ople oif lhi coun)1:ty ha:ve
received dceeds (U) to lots ini a W'estorni
town, til which they atre naed to semi
..85 for abstn:iet aned reco)rd ig, when
they will u get a warranety deed to a lot
wth 1 100. 1t is needal ess to msay tII a
lhis is an)oh1 gameit antI a4 fraum'i erp
Wies-t.-rn huuel shdark. Put your3 fmr
dlollair in pigs and you will be4 wise.
I To rua- -li -roN.- -n thi le 20t h i.,
- Six \1 lh', Jo1 l . H ohtlen was maiirriedj
D~4ooms -( 'nn'l. --Oni the 20th i t.. at
I lie residcet of (thridte's fnther, lIare
-: vty (Cateor,.on gilnu4 was nriried Ito
Alm b (.Cater, Rev. Jacob ('haepumn ofTii
Kr.un-( u'em-s.---On '2d 14in41141, ait t
b y I. F", Morgani, niotary publ)1ic, M.f H.
4Kerr, ouf Ocoeeo countiy to Mary3 L. Cur
a Ihat44rap was marr3ied to al is Anniiic GantI,
Tnuito talks with sinh Alliianens in
4ingf tilever t) ho4 plowed-4 und.er na a4 ferti
or' 541)ph 4, a4 ve'ry vigorousi4 5t.rong gro w
I 1 am14 34uth orizedl by Mr. Jfos. Harr-iis,
Motticnt F-ario, N. Y., to ciy Ihe will fur
niih hiis b4oo k "Talkslh onl 41 nurI 41t't o
how1 imany nuist jo4in inl a 01luh, 1 it
at - I.35 )er ttopy, l)os1tge pail. The
rai(41 lliet. is -8l.75. I considler ihi:
4or114 wh reall y w4tihes infornmi:t ion o ti i
a4134 44 :if lli taetion1 on1 thle fanno.
Thal . b do E'xcanget will furish nunn.)4)
mioth < r -alingc, 4h>v4 a'tT t surpistingly
'vrm ... ,
'Ie In gripp i4 still in our midst.
Thlli se(tin0 was visited witl som
ha'lvy 1priun1g-like tlUnder showers l:u
Veek wineh will kcep the plows sloppe
for 1%evera:l dayy.
The o 4ld, snap last night sent tho ne
enry down ten degrees beloW freezinj
point, andct ho doubt much of the fo:
ward butis and fruit trees has beet kil
ed. A slight suoW accompanied th
\ hile we cannot boat of as many gu
ano age,nts ai t ur neighboring town, wi
have plen1ty who conplan because th
Alliance has sccc proper to orler tiii
gnalo (dilect. Up fo tIi is writing, ti
Ali:nce lis rec(ived at this place ahot
:3 t(onS of fertilizer, one Allianco ha
ing hought ]if) tons from one firm an
pa"id casth. '' Alliance has o Jo-cal ic
gauano agents, reports to the contrar
n1otwith1standinig. They have a chepi
I)r. IHltzelaw, of Greenville, has k
eatcdi in our nidst to practice h1i:4 profo
''ho Alliance at this plaec had a ver
en()ulr1gini' andt instructive gidress d
liverci by M. L. I)onaldson, State agel
anid min;iger of the tfate Eznhang
(ireenvile, M. C. 1'hev have greit re
son to be muelh encoturaged as a few <
their 19;mny w'roin gs are being righthe
withI a reasoabhle prospeiict that mda.
more wvill he in theo niear ftutre.
Thei Alliance is biounid to win or die
I he Ilanae.;:, or fiuch is thea sent imnit<
the average muember.
Promptly at 10) a. mn. last Monday con
convenied, J udge Ja:mes Aldrich, presi
Ijig, Siilicitor Ansecl and Steniograph
A ikoin were in t heir places. T1he grar
jury were soon in their seat-s and elect<
John A. Easley as foremamn. After ti
Isweairiang of th(i jury, the Solietor hand<
them thec following ind(ictmenctsx to ai
Trofter anid Deal I jt t, disturbing relij
State vs. J. B. Wlim,cryu
conealed weaponsa. 1aabit
State v. ,Johna . iltoi ar
cincealed weaipon5. N il
Sta4te vx. W. 1). Wgis ud
I~iIcogane Cnnt CiWiim icrryin
ul'elb ahmt onf omi' ioners iI
roa):d' were niow in good ordior. lRu
Tme nuia:amy Line14.
This line from Pickensx to i berty baa
beean surveyed antd the result is entirel
tat.isfacetiry to thle friends of thae enate
prse Teestiated cost of buiildian
an iequippin the rolad is veiry reaoilM
ahle. A naeeting of those inuterested:
the( entterpise5 will be held at Piekens
II., on Saiturday the 8th damy of Mare]
at 11 o'cloick. All whoi are interested:
this moiiivem11ent i recoriallyV invit-ed to 1
p)r'eent alt this meet ingo. The enaterpri:
will bei fully disceussedl til all niecessai
in foratioin gi vena conceranng it at
moe. sur es uloing to) the earay comipletia
of th Iread ti ad optied. C oame one, coua
all, aid let 's put our shlaiubleri togeth
andhoh ny Pckia county and1( otu
sxlves with it.
J. I. Clyde, .1. Valaix
J. .1. lewis, OitL aaat
I. M\. Morris, V' .I,.ly
J. P. Caruey,90
(ILl ai s u J. viilI hf. iwher
lii IlitaA caily Cli Lligswor~ii
iTh miosii.kY t te bu:sie transnehiu
by tho Co untda h Coilssimr t. Tur
the phoin rleady.i Hbingth~tt for ane
main ach' thtsabetod.wr
this kind ~ make wat mposilea tobildt
ut holluso unilh it sits is plasre
go towok nd draw : :the: phrn.i Threr
Ine or two.l* iu((ttt-.i
. r)aa: A a i1 ijeto fii;1 -iit hL i fach hotatat
ofSilh Ia-arh t iiy. ric e
perfume.h P irice 2:>' and5a aents.l rei
I t - o) '.' itio lvr ( c ar i.:s i
Or y\V ae:oi it roion out, eU od o oh
kintlwill cueiou. 'id gvive a uoax l M-p et itSo
(r.hitor iur i I i nonni n ,tel~d y reli
lo rou. o m inar ug and3)I-d ifurncitp
(1 - FOP
ly/JEA c. I-I.
t It is natural for folks to look fo
a "Blow" in March, because Marcl
,f I a "blutEtering?" molnth, but whet
d Lhey rel an ad. from this Alianac)
they knwo there is no bloto about it
n but alwarys solid faicts.
This Almanuack ha, 'now on thi
eleves, the couniters and on th
/boor and suspen'ded from the cciin,
and against the walls,' and ini the cec
'r tar, one of the lrget and best stock
of Ge'neraI .Mercha1ndise that ha
e ever been insideofhihoe.I
dlike "1J'eace in the tamnily ;" "all w~anJ
it and must have it." The trade de
a inwnds if, and therefore wce have t,
Sutlize every space.
WJe have just openedl the 'nicest lo
gof White Gfoods and Jiamburg
E.Adgings, Laces and ]Iosie:ry we hay
t 7'he larest stock oif Hazts, Ladie
M~4iss~ es,& Je's aned 110oyo, inSra
eFur and *Wool.
c The largest stock of Shi'rts, Wite
Sfreakedl an,d Striped, antd will be
soldl for a1 song(, if fte 'ong is un
. The nicest lot of Ready-Nad:
g ClothingL 'we have had in a Iony, fime
(iand tf/iguyres a little late:r, an<
. that shineis the eyrs of a buyar.
N'Aow is a good time, to /i.c aboui
e the (harden.
Th is A lw,aniac off'rs only the bed
(1traefy of Seeds and P'otatoes.
n~ Try a 1)owo awt Cotton ,Sec<
And pvut y/our trade wrhere it doe,
f/he mosf gqood, wheire it is apiprec:ia ted
and( where you get fte worth of yuoi
moiney, and1( whe/re you know fhere'
A L WA Y"S SOA P.
W. T. McFALL
1 Sweet is thle p)erfmnIe of flowers,
haightlyv they nid ini th I e b rteeze,
othiig 'iOe ,ri''Ilt or. inor gay
Breait he(s inl this wide worl bel Pow
O r ghlddeningf. our hearflts as5 we g
The usctte r the s i ds far andur w ide
I Eohlingj. grasses andii flowe.rs in storie
Each Utva iI llan gladel andC U hillsid<
Now~ ( ia.ases lin gardiieiiadfii
M. N4ow flhir *'V~in border and bedl;
Ev,~ery blo ssiiOm a ple(asure1 Sh:dl yi ehl
,n Every peta a I perfumeiii shaldI l shed,
to' Disotilled ini the suni and( the~ dew,
re. Spedn sweet scenited odor anen
a recived. A1'ls ii.wer( seeds., at
INIA) AN B3 ROTI H iM
r (*.nilb 1k . RC.
AGOOD, BRUCE & C0.,
Rave bought heavier in Sprinug
aeds thii Seawen than ever be.
re. These (Goods will be opea
r lnwpectleaA by te 10th. A
tter idea of the Styles anid Pri
a will be given ina tme next. issaue
tlals paper. Iii the meautiie
e are closing out Ieiman&ats Re.
brd less of Cost.
Lots of' Plows, 'low Stocks,
andied Hoes, Flour, Sugar aid
,irec, chienper than time cheap.
l anid man joking about it.
(dive us yovar trade.
AGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
THE STANDARD FURNITURE FAU
4. P. J'J1 EEMAN- I' oprietUr.
:Now iR th e tin' to gel, y our Christmas )res(ents. Call on mne for y
h ed-room mitc, } nrlir a i kitchen furnitore. I have n siplenid lot if tii
stear, etc. F. M. MOrTis at Pickeus, is uiy a eent. Call en him, or me
- tory at Field.
F Good poplar lumber taken in exchange Ior furniture.
(The Polmlar Corner Store.)
WihaHead the Procession
Wihaln fSiasonableti 1arg~ainOs wic4h(:11( cannotl 1 <1upl itl elsewhe1r
you allI to call and in:spect. Our sitock hais bieen careful ly selee
to tneet your wiants, ait each1 aid every article
is marked at. Prices which
t gy- l)efy All Comrpetition!I
We~V ha:ve ai Good Stock of
Staple and Fancy Groce:
Our stock comIlprises
FLO)UR, BACON. L.\RD. (olHN MEAL, MOLASSES, SU'GAI
FEJE, GOD)A, PEI I ElI. MlPICES anod A LL~ (YTIlliER Al'T'.
CLI >' iN T1i F lE Gi EltY INE.
Wure also keep ai very Complete Stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats
%tove4. Ha&rdware'( anmd Tinware.
EC'- We aret AgtsL0 fo*r the Stan<i 1:4rd Fuirituroe Factotry, antl 'si
cotinpilte Slock on i:ooi. Ihm'o f:ut to toine an<1 see us. as wei cnn sup
antyth1iig mi I hie incr:rhant i:c tint' you ;i4 wa t, andj will j nake it to your inte
LEWIS & MORR]
TFIlE STlATE( O"'ll C '1TI(AlRULINA, . . J.L"b
CotIirmont P!it: ('ourt. j A giooi farm on the Pi
lBenon B. Gib,trapt, Ph:ii.t if, of the S)aJla river', ten x
A lh 1.i lin Dfnh.(.reenv~ille, containing 38(
Rdt'r mn'. ums11 , C4onlnt Fle1 wib ](001( acres'( is fb >e r*
to angver thte c'omlinlt ini tis i. ion, (if goo<t graing lanl, w1
'hicb is this~ day't tii-<l ite tlh ti lb' th therei arle 7 settlemnents i~
clerk oif cort for T'ickenso coty, r.i tit -
serve a cop lo f youttr ansI~wer to the 'ai< patirn, knw aiWi(s the ma ljort
compinttit on thw sublsriittrs at (tir oli 'at T'er'i~iu iado to sutit, the~
P'it'ktns, S C, wilthini tenty <las ter ~Ainli 2 yountwrkini
toe srvice hetret I, e xclu ye of It <lay hoime, 't~ki
of such Mervice'; r.nol if ytou fait to antsnv er
the coinphanit wiida n ie m t' :tnor ":olr3i,k(O ad3(ill
I te plain tifT in this a' ion v,ill apptly to 2 oxen fat enittgi for 1)
the coui,a for the: relie'f titennttile<l inl (1the Also) inoney~ ito lenid in si
(i""'phN int. ~t tiin Isto ituie thowl m
- 'nkIo' j I l:; (i. tiniitT C 1 l.P.
StIIiitt,oitia & e Ut' Itiais ay: "IE"'17010fi i
P'slld t i - o it i I tterm. intl on ice(luthIi
Tak notie r t hatll~ t t ctph i hi t in io
aboveI' ent' it n lin t ete i th itei
Sunges, o wLu t hefron isacpy,Ii~ii;Nl~;
was tied inthe olleetfithetlerkofhth
P ik n i t tat e oft Soth t o i na, i tt.il t(l1 t I I u i t'i
Pike- in~ aij i4StatLV e and cunty LQJn' tt)0he~(Xc
Attorney at Law,
FICKEN9 C. II., S. O:
MW3oney to loan on easy terms, on
well ecIrecd paper.
Ome in Court house, ju1y6'88y1
VEL.I. & OaR, J, B. oas,
Greenville, 8. C. Pickens , C.
'WELLS, ORR & BOOGS,
Attorneys at Law,
PICIcE Ns C, I., s, C:
M. F. ANsEr, C. I.. IIOLLJNGsWOTIrT,
Solicitor 81b Circuit., 1ickens, 8. C.
Greenville, 8. C,
ANBEL & IIOLLINGSWORTII,
Attorneys and Counselors
PICKENS C. I., 8. 0,
Practice in till the courts of the State,
an<l attent ion given (o tll business entrttst'
ed to thet. mrh14-88tf
/ ANSION HOUSE LAW OFFICE,
ii lome No. 1 West Street.
WEL\cR. I)AY ox Niart,
NIX & NIX,
GnRNvILWC, S. G.
Practice in all the courts of North and
South Carolina. Ten per cent for collect
ing, without contracting for more or less.
Gain the lost! g9-100 cents on the $
coll'cted for "Jn. O'Connor & Co., of
K noxville. after live good lawyers had had
the claim without coll'eting a cent.
IIe who can and don't pay is a double
thief. lie steals bo th contidcnce and money,
All the latest tortures of collecting appli d
to such debtors. Be not "too late. It,
will cost you nothing to try us. r
l(eferences: President llamlin Beattie,
of the (ireenville National Bank, and Pres.
ident lianinond, of the People's Bank,
jILL & WELDON,
112 Main Street, GREENVILLE, 8. U.
th(ias given every 'rThursdays and(
Fridays, and teeth extracted wittoutpain.
Y DR. FRANK SMITII,
Os now permanently located at Easley,
S. C., and respectfully ofTers his profes
sienal services to the public generally.
DR. J. P. CARLISLE,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Of1lee. over Westmoreland Bros. & )uke 's
drug store. jan1'8Jy1
(GRlEENVILLE DENTAL CO.
V. M. NORWOOD, 1). 1). S., Manager.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
: 5 for a set of teeth; 25 cents for ex
tracting t ecth; 25 to 50 cents for cleaning
teeth; ~5 to 75 (Cuts for silver fillings; $1
g._ up for gold fillings. You can't get better
our ciegant work no matt'-r how imih you pay. Sens
, safes, lhed- ivi'e teeth tilll without pain.
at my fac- 121 Main Street. nrh22'88
- nov28tf ) . J. B. CARPENTER,
. Will 1e found at Liberty on and after
lite 2- ih i n-t. 11le gua ranitees all his wvork
to be :irst-class. fehl3y1
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
ed i(reenuville, S. C.
Capital and Sur plus, $85,000.
FR ANK l11 A MMON I), Pre'(siclt.
.Jas. A. Iloy, 1; 1I. Fulenwider,
i"tin k I:iun:nontl, WV. M. 1Iiagood,
* I. F Aleanis 0. P. 3Nills,
NS I". W- Poie, Ja. L Orr.
Tlrantsets a Genenil Banking Blusiness.
Dleps it s i rci ve<l, :ullitreftul attentlion
,(CO- gnI 311 to4 aOeInits (out of the c ity. 39t07
IT WILL PAY YOU!
.!-Cf you propose going WVegg
or N'orthwest, to write to
Caps, ''~e I "'''et e shnort
will MANSION-:-HOUSE !
Qrus d. 0ENVILLE, S. C.
~ lif IfC MANSION llo )tSI h 11 EtRIN
*1 - n3ewly retit td (' - t <1 ex(cel lently fur
u nshe<l it is iirst -clais: il all its llpoint
* 'P nienit., ai is one of te best, hotels in the.
SouIthI. Sit unt 'l ini the healthiest andl
E Inoi st <llielht l city in lthe (ounltry, it of
L.Afers SI'1'l01I10lt ATTR1lACTION~ST
VtI SITOR~ S :i lourlists :01(1 the cuisino0
kens side c'anno31t he exi elle I in :unr eit y.
1i1es fro,in A. A. GATES, Proprietor.
acres, of STATEMENT
1r b)ottomf, o,
100 acres Lf o
>on1 which OF~ NI;W YORKC.
>1ce Rod IOHARD A. MVcCURlDY, PAESIDENT.
purIIchaser. For the year er ding Doe. 31st, 1889,
as anid ono Aia 1041ag0
fLf.*trre -n -meq - - $ la,os,l7s o0
k(3ns C. Hl., Ices mrn(7a, - ,$7,~1
('nn3 what ~ Ihk aua,-- - 1lO2487
'(V 1~ncreaseo ding se, - 4,88290
Sul, - -oe . . $5,99332
Increnso inara yeurpu, - 888470
RoIeeps - . fo c ,. 8,1
Increase during year, - 5,4
IRiskls assumted, -i -5~a~ . 4,
1anerease duer igea, - 1,7
Inealsdae dur1 it yea r, ar
Poiies in for, . . - . 5,''349S
Incano dutltring yer -v. 98h,iO (
Poai Ies wraitten a' Trmsa, -ouon
At tltiC'Vf, . . - - $10,81,174 40
red ad i trailt-ot - $1l,71,184 8
~ !l.tbtItI'~(taeIuInr JPN're a 4'/,9096
-i t,Sx~.1,c.5 8,94,740
InrAe ove lJs .A -N' - S11,971y
-. Loan o.n Iolta RecNurie, $955000
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