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PICKENS C. H., S. C.
UIUS X. 10GG , Proprietor.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1891.
Arbuokle, the man that mule an im
mense fortune out of roasted coffee,
died on the 27th ult. His body will bo
J. W. Bunch, of Edgefield county has
been appointed treasurer of tho insane
asylum by Gov. Tillman, to succeed Maj.
Several conpanies and coporations
have been getting tags of the administra
tion, and the adminislration now ha
ithe tag" of several companies and cor
Last Thursday was a sure enough bad
day in the west. 'lho worst. storm for
years passed over Kansas and Missonri,
and great damage was done to property
and live stock.
Governor Tillman has accepted the in
vitation to take part in the Centennial at
Columbia, and will comnmantd thesoldiers
in person. He will ride at the head of
Governor 'Tfilman has grimtod pardon
to one person, commuted the death sen
tenco of another to life imprisoinument,
and united in the holy bonds of wed
look a Gentilo and a Jew.
None of the State pension nmny will
be paid out until the 15th of Jn1 when
one half or $25,000 of the appropriation
will be distributed. It is not known
when the other half will bo paid.
Col. L. L. Polk, President of N. F. A.
is busy in the Northwest organizing t he
now Alliances into State organizations.
Ohio and Iowa have been put in working
order and others are soon to follow.
March was a disaisterous Month to those
who go dowi to the sea in ships. lmany
vessels and several hundred livon wore
lost, besides thousands of dollars in
freights and capital invested in ships.
Governor Nichols, of Louisiana, in his
reply to Secretary Blaine's ditqpatch on
the Italian lynching, shows that there is
no nleed for any excitemaent and that Now
Orleans will take care of herself. All is
The parties who captured ,T. 11. Wil
liams, the slayer of Dixie Williams, will
net get any reward from thme State. Giov.
Tillmian recalled the offer before it apj
peared in the newrplap)ers [ad it cannot
'Tho State iBoard of schoold exandnern
meet in Columbia next Friday. All thme
Commis.sioners and r. large unumber of
teachers have been invited to be prCeent.
It is expected that this will be the larg
est moet ing ever held.
Don't let the spirit of cuiterpi iso lag at
at this season. Every smiall improve
ment made will hmelp you as well as the
community. K~eep your eyes open01 and
where you see a chaince to boost.somec en
terp)rise do so. If it costs you someth ing
it will be repaid with interest.
The New York tailors, on the 25th uIt..
sold at public auction, on the real estate
exchange, the unipaid ,accounts of a large
number of swells and dudes that have
been wearing clot aes that were not p)aid
ior. The sale created plenty of fun for
the public and shame for the dumdes.
Gen. WVado IIampton does not approve
of the proposed sham battle at the Co
lumibia Centennial. loe says that there
is always miore' or less serious accidents
on such occasion, and lie will inot .ahe
any part in tihe prograim. Hlamplton is
right. All such displays as5 enidanlger life
Souh Crolna owhas as many now
entorprises on foot as any territory on
the continent of the same area. NewV rail
snunliahds, new factories, new departures in
mer(hming and every kind of work has beeni
s li,~ tituted by the hive p)ushing men of tihe
State. Truly the "South State" is oin
the eve of a substantial boom.
Snow fell to the depth of sixteen inch
es in the Shenandoah Valley. Va., last
rriday. The storm last week was the
worst on stockmen that has beeni for
many years. It is impossible to com
pute the damage to live stock on thme
ranges, but it will run up into the hun
reds of thousands, and perhaps millions.
The Attorney General has decidedl that
-the Act passed by tihe recent Legislature
to prohibit the sale of pistols and pistol
cartridges, does not p)rohibhit the sale of
wife or other gun cart ridges. As pistols
and guns.take the nnme kind of cart ridges
this decision will make theolaw a nullity.
The passage of such laws are a waste of
time and money.
The President is treating the recently
elected Alliance members of Congress
rather cool, He does notproposo to recog
nize them in any way in the distribution
of thes Government patronage. This is
vai ujnpleasant for the Alllianoe men
espV( sas, as theoy claim they are Rie
)rn~f *o;<*f party questions and
4aasayin the distri
The low price of cotton for the past
Afree months has eaused the farmers
if this part of the Month to consider
5eriously the idba of growing more
ievirsifled crops. Any section of the
::ountry in which tilling the soil is the
ruain industry, as it is with us, will
always fiind its industry handicaped
if only one kind of crop is grown.
Over producton in any lino will cause
the bottom to drop out of the mark
et.. In this the Piedmont section,
our soil is well aldapted to almost any
of the agricultural products which
can be raised at a fair profit and our
people cannot do better than to plant
more of some of the other staple pro
ducts and less cotton. Another point
is also gaining considerable attention,
that of the intensive plan of farming.
Nothing will cut down farm expenses
so much as to work on a plan where
by as much can be raised as hereto
fore with one-half or two-thirds the
amount. exponded for hired labor, and
by the intensivo systeml this cani be
accomplished. One.-third of the lands
in this county could b1o put in grasses
that would miake splendid returns by
furnishing pasture and forage for
stock, and the two-thirds farmed on
the system mentioned, would still
keep our production up to its present
standard. That the grasses can be
grown, there is no doubt, if prol)er
steps are taken to get it set. The
main reason that those who haive
tried to raise grass and failed is that
that they did not go about it its they
would in planting other crops. By
putting it in like other crops are
panatd, grass can be made a success
here as well as in Tennessee and Ken
The progrc.ss of the baink at Easley
has been most satisfiactory so f.ir.
T.he enterprimo should havo been
started ten ycars ago. Its gi-atest
strength is in the dormant resources
it has awakened and in b).inging
ltn into active operation. It las
inflwed eirgy into every d-partment
f bu1insC38es and oilUd the1 M 1heels of
-,mnmac ree. Th eneiepri-se is a legiti
mate and imost, necussary "adjunct,"
to the pro.asprity of Easley. Just like
a mill, the nore paat rolalge it has the
better it will be for the buank and for
all the citizen. of the town, and inci
dentally for the vitizens of the coun
ty. The atiae is true of any other
eaierpr-ise. Ile ayss a heavy tax to
his paejuadice w~ho goes farther over
a roaugheri road to get nol better meal.
Almoost cvery species of proper-ty,
and especially' real estate is worth
amore~ in that comamnity in which
there is the greatest unaanimiity of tie
t ion inl enit rp rises of a paub lic nat ure.
Jf the citizenas did not unait.e in schoo(ls
ther1e would be nao goodl and efficieant
schIols. In smiall comumunities; those
wh-1o can and yet do not assist and
puat ronize local ente-rpr-ises are sawinug
otY thme limb betwvixt themselves arad
the tree. Concentration of effort ad
c-apital is what makes real estate
wortha ithausamIIi <dollars a front foot
in Ne~w York. It is not only thiose
who owni stock thiat get dIividends bait
all who live ian the community. Onae'sa
selfishness can gener-al ly overcomec
his prejudice ii he will calculate the
benetits. It is to the iterest of your
own sweet self for you to stand by
the local entea-pr-ises.
E. D:CA TEONA L.
Tfhe stuadenits ini the Unaiver-sity have
p)etit ioaned the faculty to dlesignate Mon
daty as tiho weekly holiday instead of
Saturadamy. Several teachers in thais coun
ty thliank the chanago wvould worlk wrell ina
aill schaools. Thmo SENrINEL will ceer
fully publish the views of teaichaers, pat
rons anid pup)ils. Send themi in.
Why in the raainbhow cir-cular- in form
instead of beinag str-aiight or hmorizonital
acrossi thae clouds?
What, arithuuetic gives this host meth
od of comuputing inater-esil Is thro any3
b)ettei- method than is puit down in thae
hooks? Answers to anay aiuestionas cheea
faully pub)lishaed. Sendt them ian. They
are to bes aswered by alny 0no whao
thinks heo knows.
T[ho Schaool Commiaiseioaner of Green
vil aind hai* Uoard of Examinoa-s are
ad(opl ing resiohltionls to havo- more schoeol
dhistr-icts with the special tax feature.
WXe want to remaa k ona this pr-oposit ion
biefore our peop)le get the special tax fe
ver. Thle SENTliNEab rearked Rome tame
ago thlat thec additioanal .aivaas too much
expeanse for- thae good it could taccoam
plish. Thela most airdent frienads of the~
speci ochool tax would hardly ask for
more than two mills additionial. More
than this would be opparessive. In Eas
ley towniship ti,. rate, with thme polls,
would raise about $(50. This would
be enough to ruan tho schools of
that township about oane month longer-.
Cities and large townas are the only
place that cau stand( theo special school
Remember that Wester-n corn in
sacks is now selling for 9() cents cash.
Good flour is $5.75 to $7.00 a barrel.
Cotton is no0w Selling at 7 to 8& cents.
The lesson firom these figures is
for our farnaa rS, one and all, to plant
for an abndanat supphly of co,rn so as
to make thes cotton a surplaus crop.
If it continues low it will not make so
much diference when the crib is full
To Advergise this Section. In
The managenent' of the Southern
Inter-States Immigration Bureau,
which is an orgization gotten up un- Mn
dor the sanction of the several State C
governmlents, the plans arranged by to
duly appointed delegates by the sev- tr
eral Southern governors, have vrit- W,
ten to the publisher of this paper M.
requesting that le take in hand the C
collection of nieans sufleent to secure re
products from t-his county to be oF
placed on exhibition at the head- lit
quarters of the Bureau for the pur- M
pose of llowing the resources of our s
county and state. There is no cost
to us except the collecting of exhibits ti<
and paying the freight on same to P
the city of Raleigh, N. C. ri
We will place the subseription list 01
in the hands of A. E. Kelly who will Y*
call upon our people at once: and we W
will be glad to rccejiv, tile funds, as b(
has been re(quested of us, and to pur- w
chase the products of our county, a
pack the samne in such shape its is <.
necessary for safe shipiment, and for- ill
ward sarne at the very earliest mo- ti
This is a chance to advertise our P
section at a very small cost. There
will be thlousands of people Visiting N
the headquarters of this oflicial South- VI
ern Bureau; and no state, sectionl, or h
coity siioll fail to be represented. -
We are not, called upon to spend P
a singlo dollar for the placing and 10
arranging of an exhibit. All this ex- hi
iOnse is povided for Ilraidy. We
onlyN have to collect such exhibits b
as we think will attract peoplo andIm
money to our sectioi, send it, to
the headquarters, and they will there n1
be exhibited free of cost to us. 1)
Those of oir readcr. who have all
extra good specirnen of wheat, corn, a
oats, aye, onie lialf bus (1c111, nl
n6d fruits or vegetablves in glass jar4, a
woods, six inchcs wide, two feet ,lbng
Or larger, of any an1(d ill varieties l
buildiing stone ina rotughi or dress-d of
shape wvi;hilng five to thirty
poiln(d1 each; in1ier1als of all kil.1,
precious sto(, 1iandi1 relics, shells, I
stutf'ed birds or ainimnls, or skins of t1
ailiinals; varieties of wines, birandies, nI
dried fruitS rimdiciial hlieris, rot1A ..r t
plints; aal ill fatl allythilg t, )
p)b(Ieed or found inl our comunt , .
conlfer a grc,t favor oI thl PI''.
and :lid in devel"ping tie resmurec"
of this seclion, if tih-Y will contribute "
such art'cles to this cause.
These exhibits will not only lbe on a
exhibition at the Stiuitheri In t (- I
S1at es I n migi-It In Ieadqaa rters,
but they will be placud on exlibition i
at the the Southe-r Inter-States Ex
position which N%ill open ill Ral- ti
eigil, N. C., on the 1st of Octb,)A.
1891, and will cloise o the Ist of De
cember. Such things a cain be pre-o
served will be piced on exhib'itioin at
the Chicago Exposition in 1893. All t
articles will be propwrly labelled, 1tat
ing that they are f ro in ou r co0unity.
We repeat, this is aln excellvnt , way
by hVch e enn exhibit the prod uct
of our soih. iniml.s tlal fo1iestanid vit
comiparat ively small cosHt. We
therefore uarge upon01 our pecople to
take enough intert st, in the maattear
to alt least coIntriiit e the m]eans neae
essary to pay for coldlect ing the exhib.) ~
its anad pa. ing tile freighit onI same11.
T1hae (ost to) (eh indhividal will ie a]
very smiall, a(nd wet will coilleet anid Il
forward the' articles, as5 requeste (b lI
(Genieral Manaager F. B. Chilton. a
Doni't fail to conitribute wheLn cadled ~
About momc e Mwnpaper (crItlen. 0
Somne people have an idea that it is h)
the duty of a ne.w5saper to watch the is
co:aduel of people, and1 when it finds (1
onut'ehdinmg what is nlot approvled of by
the:nsolves, to (pen1 a1 perfect fusihade
oif criticismin. anid thereby satisfy their n
longing desire for something seansa- fi
At diffe-rent times the question hass ii
been put to us: "Did you not see so v
and so? then why didyuntgfo n
huu m yourper?" These quesCtionsfti
are as:ked without regard to whiethaer b
the matter referre(d to is of such a na- '
ture as to be of interest to the public fi
and the readers of the paper general- o.
ly, or to a few v.io would like to see t
thae miatter pulished just1 to satisfiv s
theLir own ideais and auri,sitv. V%e a
are anxious to publish aill news of a
pubhlic inlterest, aund all1 othe(r mnatter
thiat will be of interest to our read
ea, baut wh-ien it conmes to using ouir
cohunnaals for thec pul icat io n of such
mattr ((s only Is interecast a few per
somns, then~ w.e politely declineo, as (lid
th laFLrenachmian "t the' re.vival meet
ing whi-i ausked if he did niot wanlt
to go t.o heavena right then, has replly
wVas, "'No tanik y-ou, z' mnuast excuse,!
1114 tirie just now is for odhder bee-z
J1ust so is it with us: we havye not
te tim n110 or spaice to waste in pub
l isin g matlter-s not oif pubilic initerest
bult t houi we do dlesire t.o get all rnat
ters oif news firomi eve*ry :aectin of thei
'ounaty, ianid we at-espct fually ask for s
the samen. It anythinag haippen o41 i
your co11nuity 4drp1 (1s a linev, aindi
we will pubilish it, toi the world. A
Panu or Faith. (
Livinig wiithaout plianas is shiftles-i
Living abhov-e plans imay be th l I
est life of fatith The ordainarym
eler miust look to tihe b)eatten traeca a
his guidlo iin jouarneying; but lie wsh i
is coimpeteiit to be an explorer may
striiue out from thie t rav-eled way, and
ho guidd by the circumns.n.ces ini si
his actioni bey~ond that pathI. But if sa
a manui is toi (1( without the ruats ando it
the finger-boar ds of1 the colmmonl
highway, lie 1lst h.e able to read Ithleo
signs of thle heavens in order to be b
suaro of his biearinigs as he journeys."
A maiOn has occasion to irely on rules -it
andc p)atternls of condluct, unless he hi
has( thle ability to comnprehenid anudap- b'
ply piilesl ini every special enmer- o
genric. Onily lie who1( has faith that
God has called haim to act aill by him
self in the world is justified in start- ki
imig (out in life not knowing whither ,b
lie goes; but lie can move forward fear. i a
lessly.-S. S. Times. f
~~ut.orihc~ rte .iI, it
kportant Deenlaon of te Phosphate
The State phosphate commimsion. is
joined from interfering with the
>oHaw territory, but yestf day it
uclied very close to the famed dis
ict. A meeting of the Comm111issiOn
is iell at the cipitol yesterday
lrning and a rather important de
iion in regard to licenses was
ached. The meeting was a brief
le. Some probable atp)l)l ications for
,ensem were considered. All these
are for mining outside of the Coo
The board also took into considera
>n the question as to whether com
mie. or individuals mining in khe
vers outside of Coo:saw could leave
ie locality and go to another and
t mine under tile same licenses
ithout seciiing a niew one. The
>aId decided that. a new license
L)uld be required in all such cases
id they will issue them upon the old
es being returtied. The phosphate
spector his been notified of the ac
Pffbr and Ingallm SIwnpping Places.
There is moiething ludicrous to the
a"hington politicians in the appar
it, trailspomition, politically, of those
ro remarkable Kitisstatesmlen,ex
uiator Ingalls niid Seuntor-elect.
effer. Mr. LIngalls' friends1 have beeni
nizdtl more thin once recently at
is u1tterances and the coIncessions he
1s m11ade to his political foes. It has
Den feare<t that the Seontor would
ake anl inlgl Irius tiuible into the
miks of the Farmers' Alliance. But
nW, at this tiif, COues Seniator-Clect
effl', hlowilg dcied yllptois of
ECOm1ing a republicin. In deliing
Siivitittion to the Palmer jubilee at
pringfield the Seniator-eet said to
rept ii 'ter:
"Whiv should I rejoice over the
Qctioi of Palmer? I havo no part
parcel in this Deliocratic tri
mp1l,h. I doni'lt, w.at liy position po
icalil- mllisundl-r-,tood. I shall re
resent the Firwii-' Alliance on the
Aestions afftectinlg their inuieliate
terests, but on strictly party qu(s
>ns I shall always vote with the Re
G ood Advice.
The Edgetield Advertiscr says t Ie
ty fariners ire buying mu-sh an1id
linto this season indicntes that ther
( going m1ore heavily into cottoi
ainting Ihan ever be1ore. 'lhey
de an ::bundam t crop lust year, bu t
didn't p: tmt, wliy The IMsnePr
very usimple. The Cotton mills of
e worh o'.-mand .f' conlsotipti"on
r 1890-91 seven inillion five hiind
1 thousand bales of A mricin cot
i, d we trile last year tteliht. mil
in four hUndred th.osaid hales,
e lowest estimiatte being not less
: 8 inillion hiles, nearly a mil
>ni bales limore thal the law allows
-tlh law of supp)y ind dmianl.
loved, are vou going to put your
(it inito the saonw'. h :le au anid run
'tton dIown to 5 or. 6 eni
C'omptouttdIim a IFeilny.
W\illiami Hlarper, the golid brick
vinidler, hias been'f dischargedl and1 al
wved to go frec uponi1 thle payment of
1 costs inicurredl in his ca:pture anid
1e refunding (of the $5,00 he:'swindi-i
d Messrs. Weathiersbee, Kennedy
1(d Easterling out of. It is said this
as donle by~ the consent of Attorneri
-eneral Pope. This is wronig. The
ttorney General even has no right to
iinpound a crtime Hallrper should
ave Ibeen tried, anid, if cCon victed, punii
hied to the full extent of the law.
Whatever tile crop may be, or the
ature of the farm operations, the
trmner should keep in view the fact
iiat his fairm must never deteriorate
value, for the land is capital and
hen it (decreases in values it is just so
otch capital gone. The fertility of
Lie soil must not only be retavinedl,
ut the land improvTed in quality.
2he profit is nIot all in the receip)ts
r'oml sale of croips, for each year nmay
xc'eed the previous one in produc
ion. The soil is a good anid aafe
aving banuk, iln the gradual deposits
lowly but surely accumulate into
ubstances of value..
The poll of another Western state's
'gislature was taken a few days ago.
hle state in cluestion was the great
tate oif Missouri, which, it was de
lared, has abhanodoned Cleveland; but
er vote doe's not exactly disclse that,
or out of 64 Democratic legislators
ho exp)ressed their pre'fenices fo r
restidenitialh c.mdidates for 1892,
llevehand was the choice of 35, Pal
ier hand 10 sup~porters, Boies 7, Giray
,i1, pronountii(ced against Cleveland,
ndt 1 1 are yet undecidled.
Governor Fleminiig (if West Virgmn.
t, shiows his broad1( andio progre(Hsive
piirit by asking for ani appriopria
On (of $10(0,1000 toI maikei a Staute dlis
lay at the Chicago W~orld's Fair.
labania will prob ahly spend thle
amne amnounit. There is somec talk
f Arkansas atppropriat ing $250,o00
>r t his pmurphose. Our in formation
lientes that the So uth is going into
bie Woritld's .Fair deote(rmiined to maike
fuill showving of its magnificent re
M ari on County's board of commnis
(ioe'rs hias awarided the (conitriact for
1pplying the county poor1 to 01ne of
8 ownI membelhrs.-- Marioni Star.
If there isn't a law~ agninst that sort
f tiling, heeogtto he. The
(ard of countty colnunissionera is a
nourt" in all matters of claims, and
is altogether indecent, if not in vio
tion of legal pr1inciples, thiat a mhem
erm of a court should be judge in his
xn case.-Newherriy Observer.
Mrs. Laura Ilart, Ileatufort, M. C.. writes:
A l(oathIsome form of blood pois(on was
II lng me. My appiet ite( wals lost, my
mes nehe('i(d, and( parts of miy fleshi soeme
If it would comie off miy biones. A
lnd brought ine it bottle oIf 1B. B. 11.
lie sores began hiealing~ at once, anid when
had( Itken two Ndttles I lturprised mty
teds a my unkd seovery."
Sweet is the perfume of flowers,
igty they nod in the brecze
ver them musiiie and showers,
A round them t he grass and the trees.
Nothirg -or- bright or mom gay
B reathes in this wide world below,
it evealing new beauties each (lay
or gladdening our hearts s we go.
T hei scatter the seeds far and wide
Holding grasses and flowers in store,
Navi valley and glade and hillside
11eviving in verdure once tore
Sow grasses in garden and field,
ow flowers iii border and bed;
very blossom a pleasure shall yield,
E very petal a perfume shall shed
D ist,illed by the sun and the.dew,
S preadi g sweet scented odour aew.
Best assort ment of seeds in Greenville
' oreenville. M. C.
A OTICE OF FINAL ETTLEMENT
Irehr give notice that I will ap
ply to .1. B. 'Neishery .1ge fof Probate for
Pickens ('ounty, S. C., on the Gth day of
A pril, 191, fi)r leave to mAke a tiual
set lement f .t the cs ate ,f E. A. Mc
nahan. J. W. E. McMahanl and Ida Mc
Mhan, and a-k t - he discharg I as
gurdian. WILLIAM McMAIIAN,
mh1*2w4 C, aardian.
MNt'-*%t:NTr4, TolS E,cOm.
1u1lle on sh-rt notice. Satisfaction Gu:ir
anteed. a:d prices a1-t 11W ;4 the lowest
the e ity of the work a all times beinig
I am agent for the best iron and wire
fenev on th ! market. Girc me a call
and try my work. R. M. WER'Z.
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Full partieular5 in Wee-kly- Courier-Jour
nal. mnipl e cop y free. ~Vrite for one.
Addlress. WV..N. H A LI DEM A.N,
P~residenat Cou.trier-Journ,al Comapany,
On imptlrovedl farmi lands in sums of
$300 anmd upwards. LAoans repayable in
smnaIl annual paymients through a period
of~ six years, thus en.abling th.e borrower
to pay 4ff his iundeb,tednmess without ex
hausting his crop in any one year Apply
to J- E. ItOG, Axttorney,
augel3y2 Pickns, ..
The Best Houehlold Medicine.
Onc,e or twice oec year the uye
temn needs purging of the impurl
ties whicha elog the blood. From
ehUdlhood~ to old age, ae remedy
meets all easeg with the same eer
tainty of rood results as
BOTANwIC BOOD ALM.
W. C. McCauhey7, Webb City, Ark., writee.
". TI. B. haa done ne rnire good and for beso
money than any ether hkod rier I ever need.
I ow' the comfort of my lie to
.P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va., Awpgnat eo, ul808
ne:"Idepend on B. B. E. for the preeervatioa
of my health. I have had it In my fasadly now
toandvenaadoctor. * e a boad
B fDAor flnetu~ Boon oWnde a
.lDail, EI I Pages, *7 a
STHlE SUNDAY BUDGE T
Twelages $2 a Year.
THE WEEILY WVORLD. 9
Twe lages, $1 a Year. M
Best and ON LV F'earltess
Papetr itn South Car
S ample Coples FREE! I
CIHRLESTION, S. C.
II. 0. 1B>w.en. J. II. F'retman.
13OTWEN & FRIELAN,
ATTORNEYXS A T LAWV,,
ap0y1PIOMN & O
Are Chock Full of ]
The Best Lot
Coffee! did you say? Her
either green or browned.
Sugars of the best. All ot
are bought to suit the farmer.
Shoes, and Everyth
Household and Kitchen Fu
you to buy. ,
W A car load of the BI
Highest market price paid
F .BRUARY I
GLENNt I BPWN!
Have a full stock of general
merchandise that they are anx
ious to get rid of before get
ting in spring goods. While
we have had our share of trade
this season, we find we have
bought too heavily in Shoes,
Jeans, Clothing, etc. To satis
fy yourself on our prices, call
early and we will convince you
we are selling lots of goods at
Our collector will start again
on the 1st of February, and if
you owe us anything and don't
want him to come and see you,
you can avoid the annoyance
by coming to see us at once.
If old notes and accounts are
not settled or satisfactorily ar
ranged by the 1 5th of this
month, they will be placed for
Remember the date and
We thank our friends and
customers for past patronage,
and will try in the future to
sell you goods at the lowest
A supply of standard guanos
and acids always on hand.
Cooking stoves from $rio.oo
up. GLENN & BROWN.
janom LIBERTY, S. C.
FO SALX IHY5
sOO.MJ LINV. ..
,verything you want.
Dods a Specialty.
e is the place to get the BEST,
ir goods are of the best, and
ing in Foot Wear.
res! StoveI Z
rniture, at prices that will force
'ST FLOUR in the market.
for country produce.
Pickens, 8. V.
THZ ATLANTIC COAST LINZ 1
Wilhington, N. C., March, 8th 1891.
Fast ine between Oharleston and Co.
lunibia and upper South Carolina aad
Western North Carolina.
Going West. Goit or ast.
No. 52. No. 53.
7 00 a.m .. Lv Charleston Ar.. 9 45 p.m
8 30 ........Lanes....... 8 05
9 45 .... .....Sumter. . 50
10 55 ...Ar Columbia Lv... . 32
3 83 8p.mu .... Winusborro.....
4 32 .. .....Chester.......
5 45 .... ..Yorkville.
6 5o ...... Laucamter.
5 13 ......Rock l1ll.
6 10 .. .Charlotte. N. C...
1 13 p.m Ar Newherry, S., IT 8 10 Pm
8 i .. ..Greenwood.....12 88
9 45 ....... . aure q...... 7 00 am
5 20 ......Anderson. ....10 15
5 50 .....Greenville...... 9 40
8 16 ... ....W ?Alhalla.... 8 80
4 15 ...... Abheville . ....11 05
9 16 .....Spartanhurg .... 1 45 pm
7 07 Ieidersouville, N. C 11 06 an
8 00 ...Asheville. N. '...10 10
Solid trains between Charleston and Co
lumbia, 8. C. T. M. FMI-:'HSoN,
H. WALTIMS, Gen'l Manager.
C. JEFF EM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 79 Law large,
GREERVILLU, I . C.
Practices in all the courts. Can giveq
very best refercuces. Telephone No. 70.
~J OHN G.CAE ,
ATTORNEY AT LA
Opposite Farmers' Alliance
E:ast End ofilee at A. H1. Je
st. Can be reached by telepbum.. nep
ad carefnl attention to business Prae.
ees in State and Federal Courts.
If You Are Going West
Antd Wamt Low Rates.
To Arkansas, Texas, Missouri, Colorade,
Oregon anid California, or anypa
WETor NORT H' WE.ST, WIW Ea
PAY YOll to write to me.
FR ED B. 31W3
). P.&A., L. A m. R.
88 Wall Street, Atlanta, Ga. septemS
Baf?oer Shop t
And Bath Rooms~.
Ini rear of Mamalon t1ouse.
(GREENVILLEJ, S C,
An easy shave guaran teed, Hair neatly *
and tastefully cut. Shampoolng and haie
irritation of the scalp for sale,
HOT AND COLD BATHS,
Your paitronage Is respectfully solicite4(
The Pickens Markets. I
Cotton.....-.-....... ......$ 8%
(Corni,perbu------. -----......75@ 84 .
Butter per 16--............. ..5
Eggs per (1---07 --.. .-...........10
Chuickenas each-............. .0@ 24
Bacon per lb.............,..7 g
Lard " --......... .10
Flour per har.--. -........ 5 00@6,0o%
Co'ffee per lb., -...... .20 2
B3ugar " ,.