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PICKE!S i.1., E-. 0.
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TI-URI&DAY, NOV. 18, 1890.
We have got' a majority in th<
next, Congreess by seventy-five vote.
sure, and now comes the good newi
that the Senate is in doubt. Th
Republicans havo lost five membern
of that body, and the whole thint
may yet be democratic.
The State Agricultural Experimen I
Station has been moved to Fort Eill
and President Strode asks the farm
ers to make suggestions as to experi
ments and to help make the station t
success. Have you any suggestion
to offer? If so, send them in.
Independiantism is dead in t1<
"Old Pahnetto State" and dead foi
evermore. No matter by wvhom sucl
a movement is headed it will alwayi
be snowed under. Not!evenIthe "gram
old war horse" could lead an Inde
pendant ticket to victory in thi
It is thought that the South wil
get the Speakership of the Fift.
Second. Congress. That honor wil
probably fall to Crisp, of Georgia, o
Mills, of Texas. Either of thes
gentleman would 1111 the placo witl
honor;to themselves.and credit to thei
It is a noticeable fact that thosi
who did nothing to hel) the Demc
cracy in the recent lootion now pr(
tend to be;very jubilant over ( Tie party'
success. Moral: If you want (11
party of white supremacy to rewit
in power work for it and voto th<
The recent election was the most
quiet an orderly that has been known
for thirty years. Less rioting, less
fraud and no bulldozing. Taken all
in all it, shows that the people of this
country are now able to settle their
political differences at the ballot box
in an orderly and civilized manner.
The fust numbler of "The People's
Advocate" is amnong our exchanger
this week. It is a new journal pub
lished at Anderson under the auspicei
of the Alliance, with J. W. Bowder
as editor. It is well gotten up) and
has a clean face. We wish it success
and a prosperous voyago o'er the
troub)led sea of journalism.
From the small number of Radical
votes polled at tihe recent election, it
seems as if some fatal epedimic had
swept through the ranks of the odor
ens party, since the time the small
offices wore to be given out by the
present administration. Tlhey must
have died of "mortification" superin
duced by their filth, rottoness, and un
Anly one that desires to be posted
onl the~renmarkable progress of the
South in the past decade, should read1
the Manufacturers Record, published
at Baltimore Maryland. To it, more
than any other journal, the South is~
indebted for the bringing of its vast
resources anid ad[vantages before the
World and bringing capitalist to this
section of the country.
Governor Gordon's friend's eTnimX
that his prospects for the United
States Senatorship is brighter now
than any previous time during the
canvass. It w ill be hard for anyone
to down the General for several years
to come. The "Crackers" love John
B., and lie has been too long the far.
mners' friend to make them believe
that he has gone back on them.
The citizens of Abbevillo held a
big jubike meeting on the 6th inst.,
to. celebrate the completion of the)
G., 'C & N. railroad to that place.
It was a great day for the people.
.They now. have an opening to the
*- outside world over what premises to
be one of the inain trunk lines of the
South. A bbeville is en a boom and
we extend our congratulations.
Ere long we will jubilee some, also.
It has been prophosied that the
South goes crazy every thirty yeari
and that this year was our third~
period for that departure. We mnay
get a little excited once in a greal
while, but thank thme Lord we will
uiever go crazy enough to elect an in
dependant ticliet or give the rascally
Iadical a e iance to rule us again.
Those who vote the Radicar' ticket
should be etraoised by decent people,
asnd if they eqpaf hbelselves with
* rji~ d el& as be
WN"T WE Nunn.
We need.a few hundredifarmerson
a small scale to come in and buy from
fifty to one hundred acres of. land,
clear it up and make a good, small
farm. There is today lying idle in
,Pickens county, thousands of acres ol
igood land that would if cleared and
brought into cultivation, produce fron
one-half to a bale of cotton per aerA
or in other words, land that shouk
be bringing from fifteen to thirty dol
lars per acre anually, is now lying idl(
and of no benefit to any one excepi
to hold the world together. Som
of our "land poor" citizens are begin.
ing to see the folly of paying;taxes on
a lot of land covered with brush and
scrub timber that is of no value, and
are selling it off in small tracts cheal
and on long time. Come to Picken
county and secure you a small farn
which will produce as well as an
'in the South, and which is in th<
most licathful climate inl the world
Where there is no timber of value on
land it is a dead expense to the owner
if it is not cleared and made into pas
turo or farm fand.
The Western farmer can pastur
sheep on land that cost forty dollar
per acre, and feed them six month
in the winter and make money out o
thi. W'by can't a Southern farmne
raise sheep on land at four or fiv,
dollars per acre and no feeding in th
winter and make more money. 11
could if he would only take hold an<
do it and attend to his business
Make your hnd bring something o
sell it. You don't need more than vo
BETTEII AND BETTER STILL.
As reports come in from all part
r of the United States on the result o
1 the elections held on the 4th inst.
they confirm tho first report of th
r almost complete triumph of the Dem
ocratic party. From Maine to Mexi
co, from the Atlantic to the Pacific
the "party of the people" was trium ph
ant. McKinley is defeated and n
more will lie grind the poori man'
life out with his hig}4 taxes. Ingall
the South ha1ter, is in the "soup" amu
will he relegated to a back sat. Th4
next Congress will be IDemocratic bi
from sixty to seventy-Avo majorit,
and Speaker Thomas Beckett Reed
iill feel the lash of the whip that hi
hts plaited aind left on the Speaker's
desk to be weilded by the powerful
hand of a staunch Democrat. No
doubt he will cringe and whine as h
takes a dose of his own "medicine.'
The country is safe for two years
moure at least. Thle force bill1 will di<
ou,d n the high tariff will be reduc
eand monopolies killed.
Nearly everybody has found by ex
perience that this system saves
handromne profit. Year after yeai
the levy for county purposes falls be
hind from $600 to $700. Hnr credit
is ba<Ey damaged. It is damaged
more than three mills. It requires
nerve, and business foresight, but we
had as well come to cash payment at
once. The' county muld hav'e bor
rowed money this year, but not more
than the levy. We sed to pay twen
ty mills without muzch fuses We
should continue to do this for two
years, then we will be out of debt
and ahead. The levy is only sixteen
mills, and the usual dficency wvill
load down our credit next year.
The county will be futhler hurt
by an extension of time in which
to pay taxes. There is no sense or
reason in allowing more time. It en.
tangles the business and makes mort
delinquents. If there is any resolu.
tion to extendi, we hope our members
will have Pickens excepted from its
Prominent statesman are of th<
opinion that the Democratic party i
coming inte power' this time to stay.
They have gained a great deal oi
knowledge (1utring the past eigh t]years
and so has the common pecople of the
country, and never before has the iii
side rottenness of the Rlepulblican
party been shown to the people so
clearly as since the inauguration of
the present Administration. So the
signP of the times point to a sure vic
tory to tihe party that is the friend to
the people, in '92.
The Farmers Alliance will have
twelve or fourteen members in the Fif
t.y-Second Congress which will he
enough to bring the demands of the
Order prominently before the country.
The number is too small to hold the
balance of power as was thought at
first they might,the Democrats having
over seventy majority, but if these
Representatives of, the farmer are
wise and judicious they may accom
plish~ a great deal in shaping legisla
tion in the Fifty-Second Congress.
The official count of the vo in
this county shows the total to be 1,.
451. . On tha amendment to knoekg
out the efflo. of county commission..
ert "Yes," 448; "No,"' 080. Mfajori
ty' againmst the ameadment, 287. This
county votes riarht
odger Q. Mills of- Texas, and
Congressman Hatch of Missouri, ari
already out as a candidates for the
a peakers chair in the fifty seeond Con
gres. They want a wkaek at Tom
Augunta, Ga., was treated to a
novel strike last ThIursday. On that
day all the hoter waiters struck for
higher wages just before supper. The
caterers were compelled to-get waiter*
from the street. The boarders gol
i -thoir supper all the same.
It is claimed that Miller the negro
candidate for Congress i.the seventl
District, used illegal tickets. Cbf
Elliot was the only candidate thai
used tickets that come up to the re
quirements of the law. If this is tru(
Col. Elliot will be declared elected.
To our brothern of the press in ad
joining States who have been weeping
and moaning over us, and offering
all kinds of balms and balsams foi
our affliction, we would say, that w<
now in turn advise them to do aswel
as South Carolina has done .nd th
country will be eafe As long as oui
present Governmentt stands the "Oh
Palmetto" State will ever be Demo
cratic. We can take in and maki
room for 30,000 white Republicans o
the North and make good Democrat
out of them in the short space of tw4
years. There ia no climate in th
I world like South Carolina to maki
Democrats out of good Northeri
Strike Now ! Don9t Wat
Mn. EmITon: On the 9th of Octo
her, IK89, the citiz-:s of the towi
of Pickens purchased the house ani
lot that belonged to Mr. R A. Chik
in town, for a school building, for th4
sum of $750.00. It was to be pai
a for by contribution by the people
. and not to be owned by a joint stocl
. company. The contribution plan o:
paying for the house was adopted t(
,4avoid patrons having to pay incident
- al fees for the students, in addition t<
> the tuition. It was the umiderstand
ing and ngreement that if there wa
not a sufficient amonnt contributed t(
pay the $750.00, then those who gavt
this idividual obligation for the abovt
amount, was to pay it and take title
to the proport.1 and it would then be
come a joint stock company owning
the same, and incidental fees would
have to be paid in advance by the pa
trons as the result. There is a bal
ance due on the house and lot at this
date amounting to about i115.00 in
cluding the interest.
Now in order to avoid the property
referred to abo-e,running into a joint
stock company and the patrons of the
school hanv'mg to pay' ineidental ex
penses to a joint stock comipany, let
us all as citizens of the town of Pick
ens and thme country around, that are
interested in a good school, come up
like true and patrit tic people and con -
tribute the above bmauance and have a
school building belonging to the peo
ple free,of charge,fees and incidentals.
We believe those who have not eon
tributed1 will (10 5o soon. The money
is past (tue for some time. The peo
pie interested in edlucating theiu
children can't afford to let this little
balance remain umncon tribu ted and
be forced b)y a joinit stock company tc
pay a heavy incidental fee for each of
his children. Thereft,re all are most
resp)ect fully red nested to hand the
amounts they are willing to give to
this inmportant matter to Mr. J. McD
Bruce, by the first of December next.
He holds the note for the property
and he will give credit for thre pay
TnUSTEES Fon PIcKENs ScHOOL.
The Washiington correspondent of
the Newv York World, says: "Wash
ington is a city of "has beens." It
gets accustomed to superannuated
greatness, but it seemo that euriosity
about Grover Cleveland will never
end. On his last visit, when he
came simply as a pr.acticing lawyer,
he was watched andI followed as eager
ly as when he flest came to townm nu
President of the Ujnited States.
There wa not the slightest tinge 01
politics about his visit, howvever, ex
cep)t in so far as the gentlemen wvhc
called upon him and were received
by3 him at the Arlington were mostly
Democrats, being almost exclusively
gentleman wvho had held office undem
him when he was President."
There was a serious riot at Marioni
Ind., Saturday caused by the inter.
ference of a negro named Uttley wvith
the firing of a salute b~y Democrats.
Uttley shot and killed a man named
Campbell and wvas himself shot and
arrested. He narrowly escaped lynch
ing. Four other men were wounded.
FRANK HAMMOsn. Prest'.
JAMES A. Horr, Vice Prest.
WM. C. JIIACnAM, Cashe.r.
Greenvillie, S. C.
Capital. . 75,000
Sum irtu, .. . $15.000
, W. M. Hiagood, E. H. Thlenn,Ides,
James L. Orr, Frank Hammond,
F. W. I?ne, HI. F. Meanis '
O. P. Mills, Jas. A. Hoyt.
Thme accounts of merchants and farmers
sol1ei ett JDepoalte received from $1.00 to
anmy amounmt r ayable on deoid.
All business usual to banking wIll. re
ee our careful attenti?on, and we ex
tnd everyeonsiatent aeoonmodation to
STATE OF 80OUTH CAROLINA
CouAy of Pickens.
In Court of Cormon Plea
J. N. W. Smith, et al.
W. W. Clayton. et. a].
In pursuance of a decretal ord(
made in the above stated case, I wi
sell at Pickens C. H., before the coui
house door during the legal hours fr
Saleday in December,.
next, all that piece parcel or tract
land in the county and State afor,
said, on west sido of Twelve Mi]
River, containing two hundred an
forty two (242) acres, more or les
known as the Smith land. Sold ft
Terms; One baf cash balance c
a credit of twelve months, with leaw
to anticipate payment, secured 1
bond and a mortgage of the premise
Purchaser to pay for papers an
for recording the same.
Claude H. Alexander,et. al,.Plaintifl
Mary E. Alexander,, Defendknt,
By virtue of a decea for partitic
and sale made on the 24th Nov, 188;
I will sell at the same time and plac
Lot No. 12, situate on. south sic
of Main Street, adjoining lots of V
A. Lesley on the west, Geo. W. Earl
on the east, and W. H. Ashmoro c
the south, containing one half aci
- loss 36 feet on east side sold to. D
Also: All that piece or lot of lan
lying and being in the E-unty at
State aforesaid, near the town of Ea
ley adjoining lands of Dr. Gillilan
J. Al. Barr, Perrin O'Dell and othe
containing seven and three-tentl
(7 3-10) neres more or less particula
ly described in a deed recorded
book F. at page 263."
Terms: One third cash, balan
in one and two years time secur<
by a bond with approved surety ax
a mortgage of the premises sob
Purchaser to pay for papers ax
Mary E. Alexander, et. a]. Plaintiff
W. M. Hagood, Defendant,
By virtue of a decree for sale au
distribution made in above case o
20th Nov, 1889, 1 will sell at the san:
time and place:
Tract No. 1, all those two lots i
the town of Pickens said county an
State, known in the general plat <
said tovn as lot Nos. 50 and 51, bi
ing the Thornley house and lot-s
Terms: One half the purcaS
money to be paid in cash, the balanc
on a credit of twelve months, credi
portion to be secured by the bond c
the purchaser with approved suret
and a mortgage of the premises.
James A. Griffin, et, al., PlanttTs,
William W. Griffin, et.a1., Defendanti
By virtue of a decree made b
His Honor J. J. Norton, Judge c
the eighth circuit and 'iled in my o:
fice on the 1st day of Noveqmber l'89%
I will also- sel-l at'the same time an<
Tract No. 1. All of that tract<
land lying in the county and Stal
aforesaid on Town Creek adjoinin
lands of J. E. Hagood, the Homestea,
of E. H. Griffin er, deceased, Holde
and others containing three hundre
and nincty six (306) acres moree
less known as the Hendricks' placa
Will be sold in two or more traci
accord ing' to plats exhibited on di
Also Tract No. 2, "All that certai
piece parcel or tract of land lyingi
the county and Stateo aforesaid<
waters of Twelve Mile River ar
bound by lands of William Freemma
Laura Baker, C. L.. Hollin gswo?ti
W. T. Bowen and others containir
sixty one (61) acres more or lei
being the Burdine tract of land."
Also Tract No. 4, All that pie<
p)arcel or tract of land lying and~ beir
in said county and State in Hfurr
can Towvnship adjoining land(s<
Hiram Blackstone, James Hughe
James Alexander and othera eontail
ing fifty (50) acres more or resw.
Also Tract No. 5, All that lot <n
parcel of fland in the town of Picken
being lot No. 2, in plat of said towi
bounded north by lot No. 26,. eat
by lot No. 3, south by Main Stree
west by Ann Street, containing 0r
half (i) acre more or less with tl
buildings thereon. This tract will I
sold in two lots of one fourth aci
each, both fronting on Main Strec
Also Trract No. 6, All that lot
p)arcel of latnd in the town of Pie
ens being k>t No. 26, in plat of sa
town, known as the I(eith House at
lot containing one half (i) acre moe
Also Tract No. 7, All that lot<
parcel of hand in the town of Pice
ens being lot No. 41 on the wvest sit
of Cathrine Street adljoining lands <
C. L. Hlollingsworthi, Hlenry Gar
and others containing one and thrn
fourth (1.i) acres more or less it
the buildings thereon, known as U1
School House Lot, on which Rlic
Rlosamnond now lives.
Terms: One third. ensh on day<
sale, b)alance in two installments,i
one and two years, securedI by ben
andI mortgage of land sold, and i
case of town lots having building
thereon in addition to mnortgag
purchaser will lhe required to giv
bond with approved surety or ma
pay all of purchase money in casi
Purchaser to pay for all papers an<
for recording same.
J. M. STEWAR T,
oct30, '9Otel Clerk of Court.
We wilt be at the Easley bridge, ove
Saluda river, on
Monday November 17th,
at 110o'eock, a. in., for for the pm~
pose of letting the building of a
abutment to sdil bridge on Picken
side. A butment to have rougl i oe
walls. Speeifieations made knowl
on day of' letti . EL.rAS DAY,
(.Bd1. C., P. C.
L.P.GeODWM Chr. nnrr
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1) Are Not I
3, We shall
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ed with yi
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Picleus.
In Court of Comimon Pleas.
y Lucinda Ballentine,
A- Rhoda Buchster,
y, In pusac or a decretal order
I made in tho above stated case, I will
sell to the highest lhkMeg before the
f court house door at Piekens 8. C., on
e Saleday in Decemnber,
g next, during the legal hours for sale,
d all that piece parcel or- tract of land
r irr Central TIownship, county and
d State aforesaid, adjoining lands of N.
~ * . Madden and others, contaioing
3. one hundred (100) acres, more or less.
s Sold for partition.
~y Terms; One half cash balance on a
credit of twelve moathis with i'nterest
n fromr day of sale, secured by bond,
n and mortgage of the premises.
>n Purchaser to pay for all papers and
d for recording the same.
1, J. M. STEWVART,,
b,. nolf, '90td Clerk of Court.
g -- ---~-.- - _ ____
In pursuance of an order made on
se the 30th day of October,.-1 J0,-; by Hon.
SJ. J. Norton. All persons holding
jclaims againat the estate oif J. M.
Gf(ambrell or Mariah E. Gamnbrell de
,ceased, are hereby notified to prove
a. their claims before me,~ on or beforf.
the first day of January, 189T, or be
>r barred from participating in:the funds
s, arising from land in said1 estate.
n2, 6J. M. STEWRAT, C. C. P.
le By virtue of an order of the Probate
Court, I will sell atthe late residence of
>e J. C. Griffin, deceased, in the town of
te Pickens. on
t. Sale Day in December,
>r next, the following p)erso)nal pmprty:
1 iron safe, 1 farm bell, two Pied mon t
b wo-horse wagons. 1 o% wagon,.1I serub
and 1 Jersey bull, 8 mules, 6 y'eariing, 2
dcows and calves, hogs and other stock,
ro platform scales, 1 oil tank, I show ease, I
lot of hardware, all the farming tools,
rcon)sistin g of mzany vailniable imlndemen ts,
and-.all other property mnent'onced in ap
-pr?ise bill, except the notes and accounts,
le also a large lot of corni and fodder, &c.
>f Trms: Sums of twenty dollars and
aunder, cash, over twenty dollars on a
credlit of 12 monthls with interest from
e (lay of sale with ap)proved security, pur
h chasers havlig leave to ant icipate pay
e ment. JAS, A. GRIFFIN,
h Nov. 10th, 1890. Administrator.
' W. J. FEA T HERSTON
d Late of Asheville, N. C.. fa now locat
ed' in Pickens In the Griffin building on
Ann Street, where he wi.U be found al
ways meady and anxious to repair
Lo wov rk gnW aF~Te nchERsON.
BWIS & MORE
loing to be Undersold by
not argue that point here
no and see for yourselves.
about blowing 0ur hiorn, 1
u in the eye and get better a
uI. We are pleas3ed with
tronage you have given ii
to our level best to deserv<
mi be pleased by honest g
, we can certainly fix you
prepared than ever befor'
housand and one ar ticles;
.Good Coffee always on hi
, for~ fair dealing and poll
LEWIS & MOR1
THE RICHMOND & DANVIL
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