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Z-8end ii your news.
-Mr. 3. E, Doggs is in Charleston.
your terracos in trim for June.
-The youbest child of Mr. Jas. E.
'Boroughs died last Saturday.
-Crowd yot(r work , don't let your
work shove you into the ditch.
-Mr. Bunk -Price reports a good
stand of cotton on the 29th of April.
-A small child of. Mi. Son ny .Coopr
died last Saturday of cholera infantum.
-The weather propt,et says: "Look
out jor frost on the 4th of May when
-W. A. Grant, of Nine Times, hlan
been appointed census taker for Easta
-It is hard work to write up the news
and drive taks and put up a stovo all
the same day. Milo.
-Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. .0. Thompson
visited relatives near Erishy Crcok last
Saturday and Sunday.
-Raiding Deputy Ensor is looking
around among the foot-hills just to see
what the boys are doing.
-Don't I-eep more than one Sunday
every weeig. Some folks want three,
but it tells'on tho crop in the fall.
-When General Green throws out
his skirmi h hnes, wipe them up and
you will k him back all season.
-See tli the cookm have plenty of
tovO WOt d, dry and handy, and your
eals will be well done and on time.
-Koe our horso collars clean and
mootl Don't start in on a mummer'ti
rk w your nags' shoulders sore.
. d ou buy that sulky for your
- - ou did you can rido on a
r wbich you paid just twice his
-Lib ty failed to elect her town
council the election held on the 2st
old council will order a new
-TA.r Bertrand Thornley has the
ighest I rse in town. Call and see it.
ko pleasur in showing the
pony to friends.
7rho iWrners in the lower section of
e n "lostly done phlnting
Ot wee many had a full sUmd of
Ootton u -
B - a is dull, and everyone but the
edito n find timo to go fishing.
Now ierig is hard work, and the
pap to come out on time.
. Dargan'F4 school hias continued.
to -ovo since beginning. Another
yen I show that Pickens will have as
hool as there is in the State.
Dorset, the eflicient assistant
t in oir high i3chool. is ablo to take
el of her classes again. She has
b isposed several days from nen
_ Ir. Tom Rowland, the popular
IreiAlht conductor of Contral, had the
mnisfqrtuneI last week to shoot hiimselif in
the V e while fooling with a pocket-gun.
Thg:onu is not dangerous.
Susit lass is a little dull with 0111
nier ants now, bu"t they o(1 not grum
bIA. Those who stay at h1omo now and
look losely after their work will have
,the Ore to trade 01n this fall.
A4rg went try giercetown, An
dersoui unlty, last Thulrsday to defend
neveral partion iln Col. .Jamnison's a/ at
for vi ting the road working lla 4.
The jg .sided with Mr. Carey.
- puyMarshlal Jennings and Mr.
Wash, Jioweni went to Charleston last
Thu y to escort Will Morton to
JdSimninton's recepition. Morton
got < no mlonIth ill thIe Pickens jail.
... rs. H. C. Grady has sold 0one hunl
dred and twVenty dozen eggs this year
and 1 als used as mnly more, heaides she
has nearly twelve dozen young chlicks
that ill soon1 be ready for market.
.-r. Jloel IRowen's ae4oo1 at the
John1 tOnl school house5, closed last Fri
day. It was made the occasionl for a
spener 'by the patrons, and ev
eryb' w d had a good time.
- xt Monda ~ d:ty for let.tinn~
the e ftract for hmling thila dition to
the ecurt house, also for the sale of th11
lota belonlging to tile county, situnate on
Main street, anld about two acres of the
-TQ" farmers of this section never
hada molure hopefut p)rosptet aIt tis
time of the year. Everyone is up with
their work, and tile soil is iln good conl
dition to give the crops an early and
'-The peopeni Slaltiwn are falkinp
"'oil mill'' strong, and wi!l build one0 in
that section at an early day. They will
advocate the extension (If 1110 dumm11l1
line to that community as sooni as it iI
built to Liberty.
-Central still keeps up hecr "'rep" or
i fi hting place anst week a dirliume
gavu Brown, inst End grocerymian,
;om4 of b ik of jaw whlen the1y
wen ivan Both got badl~
>rui, d, but not seriously.
'2The Keowee Courer will have more
- absoribers when the sumer camipaign
loses than it ever had before. Brothmi
). A. Smith will often sally ont in the
ounty, andl his lJntaral cordiality will
rin many friends for the Courier.
-Inl 'tbe old 'Rabbit Town" section]
ear Liberty, cotton was b)eing wvorked
.st Saturday. This is now a tinle farmn
ug sectioni, where fifteen years ago a
oat wou1ld starve to dleathI. Men are
ow makinlg money raising cotton and1
-The Golden1 Creek bottomus will
>OU be tihe ftn est pastulre lanlds in the
tate. The whole vamlloy is 1n0ow covered1
(th a complete sod of tile once despised
oIm Bell grass, which is nowv giveu upi
I be the bost gr.ass for pasture in th<
-The General Con ference of tho~ M.f
1. Church South wviil meet ill St. Louis,
[o., 01n the 10th insXtant. It will ba
ne of thle most nr.tod gatbermngs of t,be
oar and the citizensa of that city are pro.
ting to give thle Con ference a royal
,-Talk~ politics on wet days while you
11 your harness and shlarpen your plowt
uid hoees. You can't keep doiwn ther
"eeds by sittinlg on the fenic sinlging
Forty miles of rocky road, and twenty
*r ll0fg the Randl, downi with thle hour
one, T'liman is the man."
-Mr. George Waldrop, a young whlih
-ian about twenty-four years of aige,
7as drowned in J1. C. Key's fish1 ponld,
a Anderson county, on tile '20th oh
ipril. Ho ventured out in the lake in
leaky oSAmoe, nlot knoinilg the watel
m1a so do p. It soon filled and Ranik,
'ho decnd left n. wifn nd na child1
-Mrs. 0; . Robins6n visitd rela
tives in Liberty last Priday and 14aturdaly.
-Mrs. Mamie ol,t, of Dacisville, vis
ited lier sister, Mrs. idobnee Griffin, last
-Mrs. R. V. Miorgan, of Dacusville,
is visiting hor daughters, Mrs. Bowon
and Mrs. Griffin.
-The Mlethodist Sunday School at
this placo will open the picnic season on
Gla:s4y ncxt Saturdiay.
-Quito a nuniber of our donizens
have already sampled the luscious atraw
berry. Ay, two weeks ago.
-Watch the an noun cement npaco. A
new man out thim week. The friends of
Mr. Thomas Power bring him otit for
. -The Liberty township farmers will
begin to %York their corn this week.
Cotton is doming isp finely and will do
to work in about ten (lays.
-It is now thought that the aninal
eneampmont of the State troops will be
in Greenville this sunimer an General
B 1onham1 favors that place.
-Mrs. T. P. Jackson, of Atlanta, who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr.
Williams, for the past two months, re
tirned home last Saturday.
-Mr. 0. P. Field will soon have his
handsome new residence completo. -fl'e
farmers about Pilider P. 0. atre improv
ing their property at a lively rate.
-"1Old Probs," Sergentit Dunn, of the
weather offivo, -Ialys w ar to have ia cool
summ1ler, and that the mercury is not lia
ble to boil over during "dog days."
-Prof. J. F. Dargan will deliver a
Sunday School lectiroi at the M. E.
Chiurh here next Suindaty afternoon at
5 o'clock. Everybody invited to attend.
-Think not that you will stand on a
nDe Solid foun(dation by pulling your
neighbor down. Sweep your own door
yaird ero you persecute him for uiicleAu
-Judge Cothran was asked by A. M.
Guytor, of Piereetown, for his views on
thersub-Treasury bill. legivesa longthy
reply and knocks the bottom out of the
--Mr. W. A. Folger has gono to Wash
ington where lie has a position in the
Census Dopartment, and commences
work today. His addross is 345 Penn.
-The stewards of Ruhamaih Church
last Smin-lay took tho names of several
young men and boys for mishehavior in
church. Theyv threaten to have them
before the court.
-Our now city "(dads" say that they
will put our public wells in good fix,
even though it may bust a suspender.
In the collimlon idiom, wo say "Let 'er
go, Mr. Galliglier."
-Greenville is hopeful of soon hav
ing an electric railway in operation. A
representative of prominent capitalists
has been there for some days past look
ing into tho matter.
-Mrs. Pallie Laloon, a sister of Slier
iff Richey is dangerously ill at the home
of her husband, Mr. .Joe. LaBoon, near
l'rnshy Creek, Anderson county. Her
friends fear that lic will not recover.
-There is a general complaint of the
scareity of field-himds. Wo have had
no vxodns, but the (lemand has increa.ed
and the force of th pa;t is not, sullicient
for the present amount of work that is
to bo done.
-From the0 appearance of leaves, full
grown. green leaves, on the trees, and
the periginations of flies, gnats, snakes
and other pesiferous pesters, wve feel
safe in asserting that spring is well on
and summer nigh.
-WV. M. Halgood & Co., have bouglet
out Runion & Blaylock's furnitunre estab
hlihmeint at Easley. T1hiey will continue
the bnsiness and will keep) a first class
stock of furniture on 1ham1( att ill Itimes
and at prices to suit the timeis.
--It is a not iceabile fact that there is at.
present more land1( ini cultivation ini this
coiinity than ever before, the most oIf it
ini first-clas5 condhition, and each year the
crops pro'duceed show thait. it is being
brought to a higher staute of cultivation.
-Trowas5 a (le-truct ive fire in Sene
(ca Iast Suniday mnorninig. Several store
houses on the public square were burnedl
dlown andi the oIcupantts lost heavily, as
none of thema were carrying much insur
an1ce and some had none wvhatever. The
total hiss is $15,000), and insurance about
--We woul respect fully call the at
tenion ii of our readerlos to an advertise
mieint 1 inanot her columIini of some choice
selections of sheet imusie, offered by .
M. liussell, 10 11am ilton Place, liostoni,
Mass. This music is placed at an ex
tremely lowv price, and1( those desirinug
anyitig in thaimt line will consult their
interest by writing to the above house.
--Atention is called to the fact that.
thle ad1ver15iseit of thle bridge letting
near Liawriee's foroid oni thle 8th Iinst.,
has; been ithd 1urawnu. Aft er thle dlisas er
to th'e ove'redl bridoge aier 5s lKeowne4,
the Oconoee (comm niss.ioers d1el iied toa
co-opelrate in the ne w' (enteriprise. Rie.
buiilding lit the old site will lirst. claimn
thieir' attenitioni. C'oniretors may2 look
out for an'1advert isemenit. to thaut elleet in
a short timne. 'Thle advertisemient (of the
Lawrence ford brlidge iN disconitiniued by
order of Commiissioner '1. ( . Martin.
A IJndo 'iIture.
People often get themselves and their
religion so badly mi xed up tlimt it is
hardh to( t -I 11 one from the( (other. T1hie
right k ind of religion is unIsel tishi. It' is
conservative als far as conlsistenlt, but it
gets inl b)ad odor, by5 getting too nmumih
mnixed up wvith the iindividuality (of some
of its prXofossors. A member once refused
to take thme Sacrament oh the L or'd's Shp
per, b)ecaulse not feelinig good towards
aniothler mmnOliber. Th'le former thlought
it w'as the devil .in thle latter thait. kept
I im away, bult it was relly the devil inl
him iself. Some people get nmoh lien
the dlevil joIins the chureb, orI becanse
the oilher miemblers will not hlpj turn~l (oit
a1 man: thev thinik is posse:ssed of a dev'~il.
JU tI'e old t imeS disciple I had12( acted in
that way, JTesus and .Judas woueld have
entoni thle Passover alone, it will not dot
to forsake thie shlip b)ecase tere aire onie
or two( pafsgenigers aboa-rd wvithlout t ickets.
'1ime alih comimon seniso correct a great
Thet Sihe(rhI*M IBoarderM.
. The(. prisoners in jaiul nave adopted ai rig
id set of rules for the p)rotectioni of their
hmealthi and have elected a set of ofijeers
to see that they ai, in forcm WM'ddM
Aiken is jud(ge anid ,Jim Lyneh ?s shierid7
WVhen the rules alre broken the kinig (of
the mnoonishIinera soon bring th ulp
before the bar. Judge Aikenu ofteni sein
tencees the ofl'eder' to receire twenty
stripes, which the blig doubhle-joiniteh
sheridY lays on with a will. There a
five State prisoners for the July ternj (of
coIurt. Wiggins still keepa up his ep ir
its and5 says that hie has nothling to fear
from hi. tei. Hie thinulks the jury will
nol(t b)e out two minutes unItil thley flid
him not guilty. Wigg(ins is conifhied't in
a cell with,i five negr'ws, as thme jail is too
small to myvc thma n'omutain cells
We are having a very intoroting mee
ing here, and it is well attended, tt
Evangelist Cook occupying the pulp!
Tih farmers are putting in good thr
fluinhing up plainiting. GrRs aid cotto
aro both making their appearane
Wlieat in looking well in this sectioi
though there is some rust to bo seem
Other small grain crops are looking fah
HomO oats seerm to bo thin. The fru
crop promine to bo fair unlesm we hav
some disaster later on.
Guano is still being hauled from thi
plico. It appear! that fitrrirs aro tosin
it more liberally this year than tsunil.
Town politic4 got to fever heat las
Monday, and devoloped the fat that
Liberty as a flue sha1re of lawyers, an
that if you hvllered londi for anybodi,
you would hurt somebody'.4 sore. Sui
is life. If you ruise Cain, lie will mak4
trouble in the canip. It is a great pitj
thatt there was not enougli ofieas to g(
Tho campaign coinmitton have an.
nouinced that thoy havo msilieient funb
on hand to pay all sealp patch expeniise
should there be a spont:imvois conbus.
tion anywhere along tle lie. S.
C. S. Robins-ion, Suporvisor of RIegis
tration, and your corrcspomloni at this
placo was at Six Milo last Satuirday giv
ing certificates for the now precinct al
Thomit A. H1[ughe' ias linised u
his planting and has worked over it parl
of hi. crop.
Teio Sunday S h at Shoal Creel
Atcademy was orginized laA Sunday wit:
Rev. J. ). Wilson, Superintendent; J,
1. Smith, assistait, and L. C. Reid, See
retary. Thto meeting homir i.i 2:30, p. M,
James E. Dlavis, of Central, was aiou
the host of visitors on that aciasion
Rev. J. ). Wilson pre.aelied a sermnor
from the text, "Work; every one work.'
Irof. J. C. Garrett rendered some ex
(cellent music with Prof. F. E. Wilson <
V4ist lIiIn. lDon JONES.
The Alliance bids deiae
To mnoioolics and rings,
To the vices a'id dev ices
Thlat corrupi ion alwy b~tM1ring~s.
Ive a inotion that Ilievotion
To its principlcs and ainis
Will nist sirelv -i 1ic ly
Tear from us our galling c'h.uns.
WVith vreat J4 a1ticnev and enduirance
We have borne a lhlvy wiolt;
By uiir labors, on cur shiildlrs
We support the '"-;hip of State."
Shall we meekly and compleiely
low our nieelis to flut liwirong?
Shall we blindly and supl'iniely
Li-ten to the Sh en's sor.g?
Shall tle wealtlhy and tle bqrdlv
T:11) our veinis or futlh-r bO'I1?
S11:111 we nouir-isih. that it ilorisli,
All this vile :ud gra.,pii.: horde!
Let us, rather, Join toget)her.
That our i ights we a intain;
'[hat this giant, so defiani,
May he nutibereld witi the slain!
Let us rally, hill and Nvalley;
Pre-ss and pidlpit, uru-vo emir cisv!
vnci and anlvil, Sp ad 1pindle,
I hip to miake 1Us hett.r law.s!
jituse, ye f A1as! Wave your banner
'om %on cra. to s:eit sand!
Drink SL(A.kN 1t1TI'll da Wate:
You wll ii;4 it -zhiil iN .
BUY T HE BES'i
F. W. POEb & 0
AT THE "CORN Eri
Main and Sardine Sts.
Yon will i nil, wh o?
GoodFlar, Sug; art, CITee and Me:
lase so .e~l Ch, byv
CIigar, Tohn. f ee , smokin, San<
iro boitl and r':dlion,s Pi a n< t~
for se:Po t s, ()i by Kt Is,'Si
ers" antd e:verythintg needed by you ai
N' X ~':4!
Dry' (Goods amnd Ni t'ins, Tini an<
Gilass W~are and Cro:ktry, ait
cl itSpe4cOi ne P r Iaies: oo o
ti2cents per T s, ti:sai centpe
(each1; gardenti s(eeds. 2 c n pe p
per; famtiily iileur, M3 25 per barrel;
good claw hanu i ri for 15i cets.
WV. L N IX,
infbl3tE E:ai v. S. C.
No Day in
J118 now we hav,
DLE8. This will he
- They won't be lhe.
. Have yon1 ever w
LEATIEls, and evel
We have the Larl
the handsomest and a
brims, high crowns at
Inent of Misses'ailo
Our up-stairs is
made specially for r"
the neeks are extra tai
are the )o%t and ellal
-Wo keep in stoek
Medicinos for every c
A New Tobacco j
cent plug in the work
At another timo
JUST COMING IN!
A nother lot of FLO UYCES and
F'RILLS, White and(l iguere'd
Lnens andl( Mfusins. NoatJ 'is the
timle to) miuak 'emf upJ.
4 Ne.e Lot of Indig;o (and 1'hncy
Prints, IBleach ed Gvoodn Sa teens an'd
Ginghants. Now is the time to
(ra in Cradies, Scocil and THan
died lHoes, and all kineds of digginy
mnaterial. .Now is thce time to (dig ---
ltreks, Satch elk, Lamps, Lan
terne, Oil (lothes, I)iamond .N)yes,
and other ne*o gloods comning (crery
wcerk. Call and( see.
Ae is the time to use Lots of
W. T. MecFA LL.
The Original Wine
- C. F. 8tmnn, St. L,ou?s, Pro p'u
). A. Simmotis Liver Medluia., E. 'a
er'itctato,, la'd by Ze:Ha .865,
M.B. L. M. ha. for g years
eeed btoS?stre Dujiousnags,
APPET OURSTOR*A, le.
ANeI-1-t. Rem,Pastor M.3
SChueb, Ad am,a Tesa., wrilte:
, think 1 should Nave been dead but
- for tour 6.enls.e x. A, si,.
me.t Liver Medkcin. I have
soumetimes. had to ebsultute
t -eFta 'Te4Iia*e t afr for yea Medi
eie, but ft dee*t anwer the
Drj R. ree Udfber f%.
I ti, Memphie, rena. says:
I rve o a peck ageeof yosrLIver
Medicine, and have used half of 15a
J ItIworkrk.keaka akarar..I warn: a
better Livert Regulator. and oer
ta.ialy no maore or Zeia'o mctre
I will he in my- othlee, at l'ivkense C. 11.,
on the first Monday iln M:areb, April, May,
ti June and July, for the puirpese of Regis..
teriot anty Vaiter. Allw who desire to lieg~
inter wvill do) so on tI h tamed, as thie
hooks wvill Clo)!e after the first M< nday in
.July. C. S. Il lhlNSON, I
feha7mO Rnnervisor of Toieat in,-.
the Year that You Cannot Get a
in Certain Lines of Goods at
)D, BRUCE & CO'S.
m opeued UP anothlr cso of REMNANT CALICO BUN
good nlewN to MANY IM(r 0 OF, or MANr Critm>nr.
ire long. CAome7 antId get I te ehoiice of thbe lot for '5 ents.
mu a pair of our shoest We mull LEAT11 R S1OES-ALL
y pair im gunrnteed to wear as repre;ented.
est Stock of Hatta we h1av ever bonght. Some of them aro
mle are the ugliest. Thmmero are brmi brimand arol w
ad low erowns. with priers avcordiig to tike. A nico assort
rf froua 25 cents to 01.00.
*rome<x and pilod with Handled Hoen. Thoso 1HoH worc
gh hand sprout.4. The b1maeb are hong and of thm bet steel
ge aud seurcly apped and riveted to good haulles. They
et in tkim tuarket. (vood jtidgi say mo.
Windwi Glass anl Putty, all kinds of Ods, Pils and Patent
RNt rtc4ved, ealled "Little'llenry," said to ho the best 10
1. We don't, know this; rather you woilii trY i it tin see.
wo mill call your attention to other 8peial balrgainls to ho
OOD, BRUCE & CO'S.
TfE STANPARD FURITTURE FAC
Ca!l on me fo ; yomt ; le mt l r m t 1 it, i* ailor adkitchvie ftirnit
. splendid lot of til Safes, hev-stads, . I am now m1: n if.MAturing
Ilee li)ve. (e of' the beSt hiv C' mad . F. M. 31I)tis at P iken. is n
l0th titmilure and hec hives. Call on him, or me at my factory at Fiv
121" ("rood polphir h n11iwlur takvn in vxchanav f(w furnit'urv
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I' EE', SOl)A, l'h111Pl.l. i,; s ir:0l A IIL u>iill:it AltTIL
We( aliso I:-eepi a very Cornple1t Stork of
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats
Ef&-" We are Aven"4ts for the' Stanardiu lFuriIreo Factory', andi al
r'omphlete Stoc0k ont hiad I)iiit fa,I to *on ma4 tl "ee 4u" as wei e'14 q
ranyting m1 the merc hndoi int ue yo wat and4 w..ill nuke it, to your lit<
LEWIS & MORR]
against thei Es'taite of ivin: a Alxmrilr, 'l 'Alh(I 07'rC
deeasedl, latie of Piekens Couinty, s'on~th4('44volli'(n
tu the unde'rlrined for' paymenit; fo tho44 s
ind(ebtedt to said1 10t at wIll mtake padymen'lt ' h'.i.lrelI,
by3 Oc tober l-t. 184.9, to iilili' o rua jt o1
J1. F. Ho44(n.4 Arhninist rat (ir. it44!14o tle tt an r1
A pril 14, 1890t. a.1 ithriIel l(4.sd
MiANIS1O3N-.:-HO(3USE! !i iIill 4gjl*
GREENVILL~E, S. C.44 i i .,u' i ~'tne
r lIE AANM'' N i1 01MIC IIA:S flFstsNIi'etsXI.,.C o t~
nuewl yr iltteil and iexelhlenitly fur- i,itXt,aItrpld(4
niishied It is Ii rst-oclass in4 all its appoinat- iii i'4'( ii Ile hri
mlet., andl is (4ne4 of thei best. 1hot els iiu the *15' fuy e iie h
Sotuthi. Sitite4r HI in e h:eatlthiest 111tand itaje 'n ud (t1(
moost. deligzht fuil city' in the ('iunttry, it of (ivi tioi*VIitilti
fers MI' PM l 0)l1 ATi" \TIOR ''l S TOof'4p ,A44)lo414,I81(
V isIllS and toutrist s atnd thei cuisine 11.N * tI
Attorney at Law,
VICKENs C. IT., S
AWMoncy to loan on easy terimi,
well gecured paper.
Office in Court llouwe. july2'88.
WF..s &. On,.J1. i
Greenville, S. C. Pickens S. I
W ,TELLS, Ot & flOGGc,
Attorneys at Law,
PICK-Ns c. 11., S.
M. F. AmimA, C. L. TTo.ramrswom
Solicitor 811h Circuit. Pickenls, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
ANSEL & IIOLLINGSWORTII
Attorneys and Counselors
PICKcExS C. II., S.
Practice hi all the coilts of the Stal
and at t etion given t (all busines.4 en'tri
ed to them. mnirli4-88tf
HILL & W*LDON,
112 Main Street, GiRE.ENVIIL, S.
SW-Gas given every h'liursdays m.
Fridays, aid teeth cxtra'tvt %vithouit pai
:DR. FRANK smI'mI,
Is now permanently ocnatedl at Elee
S. C., and respect fully offiiers his 1(f<
sienal services to the public generally.
D iIt. J. P. CARLISI,
Offiee, over Westinorelaud Bros. & Duki
drug sitore. jan1'89y1
REENVILLE DENTAL CO.
W. M. NORWOO , 1). 1). R., Manag,
GIEENVIT.LE, S. C.
$5 for a set of t ( th: 25 cents for e
tracting teeth; 25 to -50 cents f,r cleani
tee i; 25 to '75 c-0ts *(fr silver fillinlgs;
up for gold 1iligs. You e.an't get't
work on matter.how nmeh you pay. Set
itive teethl fillcd without p:iln.
121 Main Street.
D I. J. B. CAllPENTER,
Will be found at Liberty on am" lift,
the 24th inst. lie guarntces all. his wo
to be first ehiss. rehli3vt
TIHE ST1ATE-, oF soUimI CAl%LNA
County of Iliekeos.
Conunim Plvas Court.
Summons (ontilhiint nlot Served.
Georgc W. (riflin as executor of the i:
will id lestament of Alvah Grillin, d
c eased, Plaintiff.
:re. .I have Elvira lItoinsoi, Eliza Williams, Lueir.<
he '-Rmnpire Grillin, Adelinc IMbets, 1atl-ha Wi
ly aeent for liams and ltobert ''. Grifil, Iet-feidant
i. ' To the Defendants abv nim: d:
nlov28tf You are iereby summonei'mcd and rquin
----to ans1wer the complaiint inl this avtim)
Which is this day fif-d il the f4lice of ti
clerk or coiut flar Pickens counIty adt1 I
serve a copy of ymil 1oraswer to'tlte sai
cola1illint on the sul Iscribr bl it his fflce:
Pickens, q U, vithin twn ( vs aft,
tite service hereof, excisive f *'lhe da
-.--- otl servie;.:nd if you fail to answ,
the comiplaint wi 1thith' 1)2 tim hfore:nit
t.he pla12itff1 inthis a2tion will apply 2
the coulrt for the relief dem:mde(itd in 'th
* ,1. . C.u2atv., PIin,j2tiff s Attornle
'o 11h . >-ent dtfendat:nts; Ad(eline IQo
t0iS. , ,,;,"i"fli" ndRn:t'
-Take nlot ice I hat t he enmpla2int and smun
mons21, of which thle foregroing is a) copyW,
thet abIove en)tith-d act io l was fi led in .bh
ofI(-e of tile (Ch-rk of (Couriitfort a Pite
in sant! Stat.e, ont the Ith daty of A pril
.1. P. CAREY, Pha:12intf's Attorney.
jMsa..] J1. M Srs~w.urr, (2. C. .1
Da:ted1 April 10th 180.0.
inO, S. c. -- - -
0---------- ,FIOFCOUNTYC COMMIF
/ siners Picens .IL, s3. C
Mardh 18th, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that seale
bids1 'viil b)e received by 1the Count
Commnissioners of Pickens Count
! of K. B. Ruitlege, Archittet, Gree
ville, S. C. Contractor will be reujni
C,.n ii.~ (nd to give bomd and)2 security ?0or twi,
'lndmvtethe amtiountt of his hid. R?ight resci
ed ed to reject any anud all bids.
Andi also th)at sealed bids will I
received unttil the 1st (day of May~ f
the following lots; of innd belon gh
to the County of Pickens, ald beit
situattedi and lying ini the tow4
* ~ One-half ace more or less,
CIOS iI"""the C"""ty Tre"s"rer's'^Ad
r:i.es ors and2( SchoolA Comme)))sH)oners' ofh
niow stand; one-half acre more or
,A) COF. htween Plet(ton Aven!ue and I
Thornley anId McFaill buildings, t'
acres of the jail lot, Imrttallel wi
sgouth line and full width of lot; onJ
half acro on wvest side of Ann 8tret
knownt as the Griflin shop lot.
said ltU aro niot disposed of by (1
ORS1st ay of May they wdjnie4 i
CaS for sale in front of the Court iTHu,
dutring the legal hours of sale, on1 1
ways keep a Monday~ ini May next. TIernst: of r a
P'S yo wit h one-third cash, batlanice payable on 1
rest to~ (14 so. of November next, bond wlithi 1mo0
gage to secure the credit p)ayme1(
[SP ca-er to) pta for ivair-' ~B'
i * der of the Board. EISDY
~ rmh207w Ch)annmn.
ire. Probate A Chasne for ~aw-Mill M'?e
Sealed btids will bte receive'd htvi
Esq., made(2 Rnoard of T1rutstees of (lemiso,n Colic
rs of adhnin. fropeson wiho 2are willjing to bri
lI o en- t he*ir mtill to Fort 11i1, Ooeecon
for the4 pu2rposeC of sainig thle troes I thei
and nd(mfon- ron int o lumbiler, at so) much perI tithusa:
id and1( credi- feet. and1( h22mbler to) he del(i vered a2
reenomn. de-' stacked ntear I th sites selected for I
ipea2r before bouildinags. A snllecient btond will be
14) he held ait quiiredI, ansi1 the IBoard't reserves the ri12
31 daty of to reject anyt and1( all h)ids. Bids wiill
tion htereof, received until1 thte seenteeth (1'7th dI
>on), to shiow of May. 1690. and thte conltract will
thte Anid Ad- awatrded onl the twentietht (20thI) day
tralntedl. May, 1890. IBids to be addrersed to4 1
the 14th daty P. HI. E. Sloan, Pendt)lteton,. 8. 0,, w
P.P ; wili furnichi an., further int(frmation.
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