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PIUKENS C. H., S. C. v
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Obituary Notices exceeding fivelines,
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of e. personal character, when admissa
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TIlULRS)AY, JULY 2, 1891.
Sugar has begun to rise in price, and the
trust men say that it is the "'sour berry,"
not the monopolist that has caused the ad
The price of cotton made a slight ad
vane last week, biut very little was put on
the market. There is none being oirered
in the local markets and the buyers are
Dr. P. C. Gaston, a native of this State
and a prominent citizen (if Franklin, N. C.,
died at his home il that town oin the 18th
tit. Ile was ia prominent 1inasol and an
enthusiastic christain worker.
The melon crop iin f th lower section of
this StaeI will Ie good a1 it is expected
that it will biegin to) be moved north in bulk
this week. The It. & 1).rad will send,800
cars to those points for the removal of the
'The e(litolr of 'I'he Pogresie Farmer,
Col. Polk's paiper, has resigned his positiol
as after tillil1re refiection, ihe hlias be14coCme
clonvilnced, that the sub-trellslry is a grave
mistake and le calot Conscientiously ad
There was ill tile State trvasiry of South
Carolina on June tIhl .ib, $403.000.0h,
and on the sallie dalt, the United States
treasury at vashingtonl only hid $240,0o
to its credit. Who says Soutih Carolina is
not all rigilt.
IRev. J. A. Mundy of the First Baptist
Church of Greenville, tills beein granted a1
three months' vacation by his congrega
tion. Rev. W. J. Sholar, of Chattanooga,
Tennesve, will supply the Church during
Dr. Mundy's ab.,:ncie.
Mr. Cantwell, the SuiIerv -t(r of Regis.
tration (if ('har1-lestonl voutiiy, Who Was so
fiunm1111rilY remiloved bly ("i'vernor Tilliman
some time silne, ilas takn tie case to
court.to test the lplestioln If the Governor't,
aItlity to 1thus dtepose pubHic Ifivvirs.
lion. J. F. Willets, of Kansas, Ivettrer
of, the Natiomil Alliance, Will address
tile Allitmceieii of this Slate onl tile
9th inst., (iext 'I'llursday), lit GIrl-eenlwood,
Abbeville county. and all mumbevrs of thle
Order thollghoIIt the State are Cordially ill
vited to attend.
Last week lowa was visitedi by disaster
ouIs niin1 and winid storms01. Sev'erail valleys
were inundtetd and1 thouisainds (If acres of
('orn 1and1 whieatC elops inined'. and)1 many)3
f:ili.es -11 tro hmeless. Th'ie planters of
- - '' eias are tloig forl a Ihort 'r 'p onl ac
count oft thei drou'lthI.
Columlbia tils again11 coin uced negotia
lions for Ithe sale of its '"elephant'" the ca
nal. Those in ('harge tink it will be a
surle go thiis t imeI, anid thait they will soon1
51ee immense'i~o factories lIong tile banlks of
theIir' big dlitchi. We hope)1 that the sale w~ill
be umlIde and1 tihe factories built.
Reports fromi other States sho0w thait
thlere is 1n0 State inl tile whole Cotton belt
that has a better prospect than SouthI Caro
lina. Bince thle farmers got well to work
here last spring, everlything has kept mDov
ig and theC young crops have been p)ushied
until thely have'I Iltmghit up with theC se'ason.
Alabamia has1 Succeet'(ded Pennisylv'ania Ias
the1 grealtest iron producing Statet ini the
Unlionl. Tisi is ai grealt victory for thei
SoulthI. and1( sh0ws that11 we are gralduallyv
('ominig to) till front ini the commneriali
wiorldl. It will ond,'lyie a few ye'ars untii
thle South1 stanids head1( on1 inalnufacaturies,
at thel pr'eient rate1 (If increase ill thait kind
'Thl'et nwspapers' ofu tiis .Sta1te were never
So inltereCst ing. E2llvr bodly readts themi with
avidity,. andt many3 "euiss"' themi tunrelenting
ly. We read both 11of our ('ountly conIteml-I
poiiesi' every week wihile they are smiok.
ing hot). Th'iey are clown light interesting
People' whio lhave been(i accustomedill to read-c
ing tile Si::irm:i. like ia godi niewspaiper.
out for' tile tirid 01' 'People's party" atfterl'
the illee(ting oif thea Sltt' Alliance a.t Spar
tanhurg on the 22nd inst. If stuch be the t
case we predict that '.there wiii be sev'eralt
(lilt tile editor of Presidenit Polk's paper
whlen 11e endcorsedl the third party mlove. s
Wa'ls nomlinalted ny thle llepublicans of a
Ohio last Wedniesdlay fcir Gov'ernor'. Thue
fighlt in that Slate this fail will be on the
tariff issue, and proisies to be a hitter on~e.
It IS thloughlt t,haIt C'ampbell, the present
op)ponenlt. Th"le re'sult of theC election in o
0Ohio will hav"e a decided influencee ill tihe ti
next Presidleniall contlest.
Polk, Livingston, 31aeunie and1 Willetts "
have ben in Mississippi fo'r the past two
weeks working amhiong the farmers of thlat
State In the~ interest of B3arkedalie, w~ho
wisheOs to su1ced Senaltor George in the
UnJiited States~ Sete. It is thouight that
old man George will be too muchel for this tI
quartett of meddlesome outsiders, w~ho have J
started in to try and split the white man's IL
party inl tile South willh the sulb-lireasur'y '
and third party schiemes. If Senator I
George defeats themi it will he the seconid jj
time within a year that Macune and Polk .P
have been left in their endekavor to boss tile "
jolitics of free anid iindependenit thinking
Just now It seems as If the newspaper
riters and public speakers are determined
> prove that our agriculturists are a poor,
Dwn-trodden, starving clas. This may be
> in some of the northwestern States, where
te farmers have over reached themselves
their dealings with money lenders, in
ieir endeavor to make the west appear
tore prosperous than the South and cast.
hat the farmer of the South Is the poorest
f our citizens we deny. The farmers of
us section are today in better shape than
ny other chss. They are less in debt,
ave a better credit and are in every way
lore prosperous than they are represeite(d
r) be. They have more ready money and
iroduce on hand out of which to makc
nonoy, than was ever known at this seasor
>f the year. Very few of our farmers havc
)een fcompelled to borrow money to l
heml this season. They have only applie
lor loans where they wished to hold theii
rops for better prices. Quite a minubei
have money on hand and at interest wit:
inen in other business. The yountg farner
>f Pickens county are far more prosperol
than their classmates of a few years ago,
who have left the farms and sought to nakt
i livelihood in business or the profes.
iions. Many of these young llen hav(
111on11(ly to lend and own good farins, al
made from the profits of the farm. Thos(
who are inl business have worked just at
hard and have been as economical in everj
way, but their incones have been less sur
There is no need for any one to coie t(
this county and prach poverty, for thi
facts -will not bear them out. Picken!
ouunty is prosperous and the outlook for th4
future is yet imore bright. Oly politician
talk "poor farmer," and we do nct neetf
tle here. Our interest is in good liones'
work to build up the county and thus bene
it the State and Government.
Col. J. A. IHoyt has been apliointed finan.
ial agent of the Furman University, i
raise $25,000 to end(low a chair inl that ill.
ittiion to be known as the Fulrman Chair,
it honor of the late Dr. J. C. Furman,
"'ol. Iloyt will collinlence his ealiviss ol
ie Statle at once al nto doubt will soor
itige the required sum1 for so worthy f
A botit Thoome Pastet.
We have ahviays ben opposed to plitfi(
Aliers who draw salaury and mlileite tc
eltilg "Cullrties" inl tle wily f '"fre
lasses" front the railroads. ''hey offei
.hese Courtesies nt a aW gat ity but it'b
i.ause they expect soie 'ort .f at quit It
Io itn returin, jist a mo1wh a whe
thevy mnake atnothur investine-nt ami il
Would beubss-ie inl Iiel n11t t<
IO ,o. And it hias been with it feling fit
iStj)p'iitmetL that We have learned taiti
80Vern1, Tl10 anand the( other 6late Oill
eiAils litive nlecepted ftee passes. We db
tot know that there is antythilig CtlipalIle
in icceptin'g theilm it, Ilhen we have con.
ielted it in others and we jist its strongly
roidein It it the pre!ent State officers,
itti the worst feature of the of the btusiniess
is that we heard (o(v. T'illinan onl the
41unp ilast suninier condenim it strongly
itnd we endorse I every word of it antd do
vet, and now lie is ridivg otn a free pass
1im1self. Sentd it back, Goverioir, anld pty.
yo'nr fare like a little man. This is mi
"rvfoi" thtat the 'reform admi istrtion
shouald havlie (cartied oat inl good fait h fr'om
gov~erntor through~l the Lelgistatutre dotwnI t
the htwest Oflijial. Attd that too ntot irl
any3~ tpirit of htostility to the railroadt
hut that there tmay be'nto real or aipparenit
cause to bias the judgmtent int mlatters be-'
tween't the pteole antd the ratilroadls. I low
uadmirable thte coinduit of .Judge M(cGowant
mt refutsing tot tide event in the priv'ate car
rtf att olliciail unttil h e had first, pani< Ihis fare.
No, lit, genthtlen oif theii Stte lIoOse,
weC (ennt ailord to htave you0 douing whtat we
.ondtemnedu't in other oiflcials. We matt.t
.0 contdemntit in 2 them and1( we mIeani to
ndenmi it in yu. "'Cteesar's wife nIllst
not210 ontly pure but above suspiicionl.
"'Aim to be 1kind(" says Horace Manti
'genterotus, maltgnanIimoutsl." If thIere is a
103' inl Fehool whot( hast a clutb-foo,t, dont't
et himu ktnow y'ou ever sawv it. If there is
I poor boy wvith ragged clothtes, don't talk
ii out rags in his hetariag. If thtere is a
amte boy, assigtt hitt sotme ptart oif the
amtle which d0cC nlot reqjuire runinintg. If
here is a htungry onte, give htim patrt of youtr
tinner. If there is a121ul11 one he1)lpiiim Ito
earni his hessont. If there is a bright 0ne,
te not enIviolts of htimI; for if one' hity is
iproud of his talents andt allother is envious01
)f themt, they are twot great wrongs, and1(
rio mtoi e taileint tltiha befoe. If a bigger or
~tronge21r iboy hias i njulredl you 2and2 is sotry,
otrgive hiunt, antd request the( teachler itot tor
umiish htimt. .It is umlh btetter to haive a
bind hteat, thain a greatt fist.
A car Lead.
Nominally a catr load is 20,000 ponis.
L is als.oj seventty batrreltt of salit, sev'enty oif
imte, nmiiety (of flouir, sixtyV of whlisker, 200
nIeks of tlouir, six ('ordsa of wood, e'ighteeni
>r twenty head1( of cattle, fIfty or' sixty head
if ho(gi, 2nmiety to1 100 htead of sheep, 17,.
2) feet of sidling, 13:,ot0 feet of loorinlg,
0,000 shingles, one hlttlf less of green, otne
etth less of joist, :tto bushe'ls of wvheat,
0) (of batrtley, 400t of corn, Q&3) of oats, 360~
f flax seedl, 3630 oif sweet potatoes,
Mni i Etroi: if y'our retaders woldt like
a see te "gloriouts C l fouri th It'eleratled
II re'gulatr old( fashtion style, the(y shoulld
o12ne1 tott Pithnl ex auda."
and ad te ook"' tre gingil to celebratte
a theit h'Iearts 'onttet.
it the~ forenoot we ill htave swimming
onIlests inl the river, tight ropelt per21 orim
nIces byv nton-pr)ofessionaLl rope walkes
L)metbody' is goinlg to get at goodt( duckhin21
121re. 'The 2rope is to be across5 thte river.
n the afterntoin there wtill be a hal
>on2 as5censionl 1by 21 professionall batlloontist
lho is 'o ascettd 3.0t)0 feet and1( ('ut loos~e
21d Colme do(wn1 inl a p)arttebulto, if it works,
ad iV it dlon't work he wtill dlescendl viai
20 Mi-nIity route. A fter' that a mlatchi
am21e of hase btall wiill be? played btetweeni
'iedmllonlt cIb 1and1 somc o)thIer ine to bet
card fronm yet. The gentiral public is in.
ited( to aittendt the celebtrationt, and2( we hope
>see a good mtany of our P'i('cns friends
it the grounads next Saturday, y'ou withI
CTe SP.Nxs.'s welcome face is seen
ore regutlar'ly anid it has1 persuadled severalI
011ur folks to comte and1( Iook at those de-.
ratble htomes to) be had14 inl -our counity,
ook outt for' them tids fall. 'ours &c.
Piedmiotnt, Junle 29tht '91. Jos.
Thte followintg flgures show the amnotl
fpropgerty retutrned for talxes inl each
awns8hipl, boIth real and plersontal:
atsley --..--.--..--..-.. -.. -. .. .. . . $.2,094
L'it ati........................ 4237
uirmieane. . . .. . .........O ;
ickens.....................1 :, :
.tmp1kinltown .... .... ........; $ $7
Total, . 1.3;o 72
Total poll...... . .. ......
'IE CARILDMEIN SLEF.
A circle of mutual friends a few (lays
ago were speaking of the inany deaths
among the children. On last Salibath the
Greenville News contained aneditorial that
beautifully expressed tie sweetest consola
tion that could be poured into the bereaved
Wherever people live there is a grave
yard or ('emw-tery near by, giving nitte re
inielur that people die; and wherever
graves are clustered there are little tinoinds
under which the children are sleeping.
When the day is done and the air is
shadowed with the Coning of the night id
the hush of the twilight muillts all tile
sounds of life, the babies go to sleep in
Iousands of homes. To the soft rh1y thlain
of the inother's lullaby the white lids close
over the bright eyes, tired little forms relax
and the gentle, regular breathing tells that
the 111A is sleeping and ready to be laid
by loving arius in eradle or cot to dream
the dreams of childhood, to wake on the
11101OW to the child's hopes and tLhUtghts,
pleasilres anid sorro%ws.
io often-- so very, very often -there .4
etIes for the ltchibliren thatt other sleep
the sleep so bitt r hard for those who are
left waking to hear, lhe s,ep ha11t leaves in
the liviniig hearts s< ars which eanl n1oit, heal
this side 1* 1Jo rdllan, menories Which li(ng r
and hurt de-pite Ili sothling power of II.e
passinlg years. Yet it is a sleep given by
God. 'T'le l -hibIren sleeping linder the
little innIs shluinier at tihe hidding of 1lii
who gave thetml life, and ate laid there by
hands all nilighty but maore loving ilnd ten
der lian tle Inother's own. They sleep
very peacefully iand no cold of Wiiter
wlenl thel snow Ihealps above the. no heat
of 'S3tiner w Ien the grass grows green
and the flowers blooni and shower down
their petals inl dying benediction (nlin iar
their rest. They sleelp to wake to no trou- si
bles or fears or tears, to know only happi- 11
ness iiielfable and light and glory everlast- b
ing- inl an endles <h in which thee Will
)U no Weariness, only a glad waiting for d
those wllo are to follow. t,
Lookiing on Ile mioutds where the child- u
ren sleep we know that lponl each of tIhemIg
tears have rain(el, that for each of thetn
hearts hav e yeArn;Hed with yearning inex
pissill. tha t for tach of tlen hearts have '
,k-hed alilost to burtisting--alI how ninyi p
(If thei there are! Soie tellintg of th'e f(
grie's of long ago, sonie (if new SoITOWS
soime nt'glteted aid forgot,ten lecaise thbose
who loved thein are thIutselv's sIeepine h
or are far olf, thels kept, amd deck d h) 1 F
catessing hands--stie very lowly and
hum1t1ible, SItie wvith evitlence that tht'cth1 is
not partial and tihat rich 111.1 apom alike
iiust stiller- -the resting pIces of' the chiil
ren are bi,hec' inadiiy, for everywhere ilte
hand of the All Wike Father sootlhj thein
to slu;kher and tear diitited evvs gat.e for
the lst titine, here, oI 4liiet anId peaceful
lilille facits. Yet. lttkinlg lipo the ino11nds,
We know that beneatlih tach of thein th'r c
is rest tind pvacv; thmt the little fet-l there ,4
W1011hl li:ve hi-frnl- very tir'-q-0 vury many
- tilnes it they hat b0 ':, it tO lk tIOhntgi
1,.0 lit'-; th t I lit ats n ow to knoiw%
only Iapha -v wou have n4hetI s(rely
antI of!t - t' 0 (4 h of thim is a sure ail
saife tel1: - -' .'iMr)ws atid 11tills ati)Id
tc'ars, frn ti i s and tIllit s antid bittI'r.
ncss %%hicb vvery life,fel. and t1ll 11f3 the(
'ohitg of '1 pure ad sine.s s(uIl to paratdise.
T chiiren are ash-ep. Those of its
wh-]o rem4ia'1,0t linere to keep vigil. to live and1
w atch, to long vaiinly Iiid to hide the delay
Cd coIninl of the t-ndlest slituber, nmist
wvake aid grow weary and sUleT. But the
chidren ;leep very sweetly.
A New Home F,r the Mainiuiteturerp,.
Tho friends of (It M111afaciurers'
Record llaty bo inttrested inl the follow
ing news item taloni froinl the Bltimnore
Evenlinig News of Satiurday evening ist
an oflicey ilding on tIe northwest cor
Iner of L~exinmgtona antI Noth I strteets.
Te own1ers of t he Manaufaclure rs'
Record havo bteen lotoking aronit d for
lsev*eral mnith s for a1 sitable site, and
finally fixed upon thtis cornier. .it is c(itn.
venie'nt to flue pot)ohfliet', atiul is tne of
the tmost implIortanit corners t' ini the futurtie
oflice tcenttr( of Haltiimtore. Th'Ie punrchast
of the cori'er lot and1( thet one adjoiningj~
froting 5t0 feet on Lexinigtona street, w'.15
e lt)sed. yester'day by the paymntliu
of the ent iro putaebalse pieO,
$50,000, iln ensh. This is the litrgest all'
cash real estate tranasaction madee lhere in
a long time. Thet sal1e was iinade' thrioughl
Mr. Williamn (. II. Stumap, real esta1to
Thie corner lot. with a fronitage of 25
feet, is occupied by the 1llatckst one Iltid
ing, erected last year'. 'This will fortm a
pai t of thet' newv biuihlitg, whtich will he
setvent stories high, with a frontage (of 50
feet. It will bt one of the best, oflico
buildinigs in t he city', fInished throtugh
out mi hutrtwoods, andt proJvided wit h ele
vator, t'irepalaces in the offices, anid all
n ieded contveniencetis'.
T 1hte continuted additions to the ofiec
foeto (If the Mamufatcturers' Record, 1
both~ in the ed(itoirial iati business do..
partmencits, miatdt neQcessary by3 its coin-A
sitantly inecasinig buasiiness, hazts foarced1
upon01 it a1 remoitvtd from its present quarl- j
ter's, whtere it lius scineezted itself itito
every ailahtble nook and corner. fit its
newi building it wilhl have ilapli r'oom for
proelent needs antd for ftutunr e'xpantslio'.
iIow~ Its Our .Jury 1
(to.nilta, S. C., ,June 27.--Jud(ge Fra- .
zt'r Itoday tIled a dhecisiotn declatinag the
grandit jury at thet rte(tent term of couart anid
tw prtev'ious one illtega. TIhec grtoundts aure:
The stal of coturt is tat tont thte samte puage
as thae writ dhirectedt to the shterif aIi'1( is
not thtesa'al tot the venlir'e; it (holes nott aph
petir that the perston who matde serviice oin
the jutror's wa's a dteputy of thte sheriff, or
that hit was any other tlitum a private pet.
stan; soie of the stuunnionses' we'rte eft at
the plates of butsitess whilhe thte statuite
prtescrtibes that they silIli e deli vered ini
per'ason ttr at the phtice of abodt(e.
Thte oirdetr got's on tto say~ that "Ollibers
oaf tt' vourit have uno righlt to sublstitte atny
pr'atice, htowever' genteral or of lotig stantd
iag, whitn therie iare laiti piovisionis oif
law,v ad whietn that irre'tgtlarti ties tare obajeet
ed to anmd brouight lto the ttenatiton oaf the
('ourI . the tobljeet iona tmutst lbe sustain ted."
'Tle Jutdge's orther tua:shies It' wit of
vemrae and1 discharitges thue grantd p iries
TIhtis wilIlimiring abtout a great chanutge'nth
maethd ot f serv'ing ntices on5 fl juries.-Sp l e
eiail to Gireenviile News.
I laat at Sidt A buout It.
TIhet Ptickens ENx-rixxt, is (alt i a spe'cial
counaity edition.L It gives thle history of
1l'iekents ('outy,v amnie tcctunt tof her' re
Stources(', pro(gr'e's andt. tut Itactn andt the
scripmhtuotas, wLith goodtt pictures(', of lmany tf
hier' hlea(hng inena. It is ai gtotd 2ant ji(ky,
n'iit'ri>;t' for Ithe S.i's-ii rtC. to unatak121e
s cartried't itirogh sut((ceSfully3' and1 is every
way ('retdIitable t(o ourt stuatnch andh able
cotetmpa ry.t'iti It (can not failh to be of
haerinutmenit atid great 2( advantage tt P ickenas
CtotaaIy, and tIme wh-1ttt thitte ow' the Sex
riiNRtI hthnk hiatt favttis ft r its unditertak.
Tlhie Pickens SixxNa-.. ('ome(s to us thais
wee'tk whm a '2-pati e' ('ounh:y ('ditionl, Illustr-a. I1
tech with ('nIs oif tIme dilfetrentt countty tolli- I
(ihs, atll of '."hiom look t1prite natlimdt. 'lT'
ge't-up~ of this scheet 's cred itabte to- Ithe eta.
terp)rise nl Ihais hper.-Peoaple's Advocate.
A Gieat Naferruard.
There is tno saftgtuard hike a niewshpape(r. f
Nothinug ('an dIt mo(re to keep1 tup a town'h j
andlI hit-p Ihtusjtntss. ThIe towitn tttt sulppor-ts
ta good loctal Palpet' is t he towni that is sIte.
essfiil anmd gr a-mug, and1( thle ne(wRhpapr
ta keeps tal with anid it ittle in adveace
oif that townt's gr-owth is the one that wiilI
live long and u)ra)sner. I h
The probability is that the weather
ill cotiiuc to be warnm, with an oc
tsiomil ho(t spell, and
Tli-; Alianlack will continue to fur
ishi hot weather goods, like fly fans
LId triaps, parasols, lumlbrellas of all
ze", light shoe, slippers and straw
ats, mosquito liets, toilet Soaps,
rushes and perfumery, and if it
Ollt Faill 8011 We wNt the SENTIN-L
>havea cut of this Almanack fixed
p and placed along side of Toim
loan's Soda Water Mani. Tomn's
mani hits ia good openl countenance,
ith a regtilar ice cold soda water ex
r,Ssin am.d a 11mighIlty good openlin'
r r drul('( ditgs, an( Tom can down
his Ahmanack mi physic and seeds,
ut when it coivs right down to
and Clean Coffee
This Ahmanack is away ahead.
Next. week we'll have a supply of
Ow erop turnip scvds, something
at %ill grow turnips as big as 3
N. T. McFALL.
VANTED AT ONCE!
13 Yokes of Steers;
45 Milk Cows;
31 Young Mules;
1 Good 1[orse;
11nd want to pay for thiemi
ia PIANOS, ORGANS and
EWING MAClI INES
At the GREEN VILLE
Liexander Bros. & Co.
Next door' to the express oflico.
ANTZLEII & SMITII,
Bedsteads, 81 .25.
(Chairs, 4(0 cnts.
Suits of 10 Pieces,81 2.50
Parlor Suits, Plush
(Cofuins and Caskets at
iy time, (lay or niight.
Push the button on ourP
ont dloor and( yonur call
Ill be0 anlsweredl inunmedi..
Tol( get yo)ur gods cheap
ANTZLER & SiVI,'
03 and 0.5 Tain 4t,,
O R EENVILLE, N. C.
eTelenhone Nos. 0a na n '
- MARKLEY d4
L IGHT Throo
E AfERSON &
YOU WILL E
. W. SITRINE, Superi
Beats the World.
It Makes Me Feel Goo
I ir ver.
H aness,e Sadles,
And Saller. ada
TheaDbrT f er hiri
At SLANie BaR Or dS'a
GREVILLiE, S. I
N (-1SO l i, 1-:T.,
Hre nriess Swads,1i
[., (i (al . ' . f r e work at all times bline
. I ""' get forsI th ie bes P ir on and i(S
m103r m ok 1,TI Mt re --itT Z
ndge MORE F.
Writ fo ourNewIll
MARBFFLWAE WORKi S
C IMPLEMENTS I
of all kinda,
uggies aud Phletons,
3 in TEN Styles,
ising the above at
A Household Remedy
BLOOD AND SKIN
Botanic Blood Balm
It Cures SCROFULA, ULCERS, SALT
RHEUM, ECZEMA, evety
form of malignant SKIN ERUPTION, be
sides being efficacious In toning up the
system and restoring the constitution,
when Impaired from any cause. Its
almost supernatural healIng properties
justify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
directions are followed.
SENT FREE -Bokr%^vt
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ga.
A p aup.loto Informatton
I raCIt Ocf 0t0 :aWd, 611OWig] lo w
(1O1 l:i Patets, Caiveat4 atte n
it . CoIpyrp rIta. jont free.
.Addre MUN~N & CO.
T 80IIC23UNSQUAR.MQ ' ACW,IWiGQir
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Ande-sonu, M. C.
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atratedt Cataloguc oif 11401.
NGINEL CO. SPRINAFlELo n. n.A.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 79 Law Range,
GIEERVILLE, S. C.
Practices in all the courts. (im giv 6
very best ref erences. Telephon No. 7 tM
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B OWJ-N & FIREEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ap2yl PICKENS, S. Ui
WH.. & Omit, J. E. 1oo1s,
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, b. C.
ELLS, 01M & BOGGS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS C. I., S. C.
M. F. ArisT., C. L. I1o.LINoswoRTij
Solicitor 8th Circuit, Pickens, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
NSEL & IIOLLINGSWORTH,
ted to thei ...l.a
ILL & VELDON,
122 Main Street. (MlEENYILLE, S. C.
Gas ,given every Thursday and Friday,
anl teeth -xtracted without pain.
N OTICE OF IEMOVAL.
My1 Dental Roois are now located ill
V. U. Cleveland's new building over the
Savings' Baiik and Felton's B3ook Store.
J. W. NORWOO), D. 1). S.
WV. M1. NoitwOOD, D). 1) S.. Assistant.
GMEENVILLE, S. C.
D It. J. 1). CAMALIA.",
Office over Westmnorcland Bros. & Duke'?
ja1'89 GIEENVILLE, .S. C.
It. FIANK SMITII,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is now perianently located at Ensley,
and respvct I tilly iafrs li: professiol -
serlvices to tile puIblic generally. 2jan90
J C. FITZGEl"ALD,
GiMEENVILL, S. C.
Over Iestnoreland iros'. Drug Store.
All wbrk dOn- by thI illstantanicois pri
''('s. Also4 )nae (nlargements from (;d
pitrsto anylv.'ize in, waiter coor, ('ray
on, India illk, oil and plain phlotolrallhs.
GlREENVILLE, S. C.,
Has been newly reitted and exf-elle, fly
furnisled. It is .Irst-class in its appoill
mentq, an e is o of Ihe best hIIt4ls in tIe
South. Situated in the IeaIthic-st and
most del gitful lo'ality inl the vouitry it
offers Iluperior attracti<oms to visitors. 1 ts
cisille ennnilot be excelled ill aly (-it.Y.
J. J. LI FWIS. JU. L US E. BOGGS.
Land .'.Agency !
If you want to buy or sell laud, read
Th'Ie PickenLan gency nowl( has for
sale t he followingC desrab 1(1nd.
A farm of 238 acres 4 iles west of
Picken,s; 30o acrt's cleared,. balance ir, good
imber; we l waitered by c!ree(k and A
sprIigs; ntenar Con)icoIrd chlurchl anid school
house; deial ehorhood. Price, $1,.
77 acres two miles west of Libert y; 50
acres inl(1 ati.tatoln. good buildings, 'plen..~
ty' of water, a11llneces.lary (lut buildings.
12iacres near Old TRabbit T1owni, Liber
ty township, 1) mriles (If staltion; good
(welling, lies well, 75 aeres inl ('ult ivationl
il.the best ('(ttonl section in the county.
P rice $ 1,300; termis easy.
100 acres .2} mile4s from P1ickens, 40
acres in (lilt ivatIin, 12 acres bIest bottom
land. .will 1not was~h (r overllow, 60t acres
line pline11 irmh1er. Pri('e $1200. on e thi rd
('n151, bllalne onl lonlg t ime. Th'lis is at
rare ha rg:nn.
.123 a1creS norIth2west (If Symmlies' mill;
I ' cs inI ('ultivation11, 25 leres i bot1toml
land on hi fteen Mie CI reek . In a hiigla
state o'(f cinliivation; goodI bu11(1 l'5;tie
water and 114 a goodi or(chaIrd. 'Ternis, 8 per
centI.; ime, 8 y'ears
A MIpleIdid falrml of 100 acres. 27 miles
nort11h oif P ick4'ns oni graded.( roaid; three
IZ>Id tenan'Ilit hous25 5. 0;0 21-r(s ill hi ihl state
(of cuIlt iat 021. 30 aler< II best T1welIve M ile
htlOtom; l* e not( 221vlierflow; 11ine pasture of
10 alcres, geilll felnCe, good(4( well (If water 4
an1 t wo g' 41.dSu siugs. Will sell on easy
tl'erms. P rice *1.800.
1.1(24 ae5 nlear Cenitral with 75 neresR in
11 inga~ Sia o1'(f ('ulti vation11. Good d welg.
HI g,and1 nece'ssalry (out buildings.
I'lwentyi-(Ine acres (It larul( in the town'1
El it1.; f. u r r h . A good tenant, hloue.
.201) acres' 44n lig Cr- 'i Creek ; 75 ac'res
in (cilt i vat ion2; 25 ne(re~ -est bottom lanld
Is acrIes Elf it ithout.1 a1 dlitch1: thle bottom
.221 h ot sub,j)ect tol (verilow; half 14 dle og ~
acrl'les niear Pony21k intown11 in orig.iai
.-e'(st ; 1001 acres Iies' w(ell and1( t imlber'fint
1 rice $;t50. -
175 acres eight mliles north of Piekens
oni t'raded( roadE to Eu.istatoe.; glood frame
r esi(e., goodl barnl and2 all n cessary out
l nilIl.s, g.oodl we'll (If wate'r; 50 alerer in
-' 1 11 -t 1 1 1 h i - 1C 1 (o rig in a1l1 fo rest.
A1(0 Oi u'th r. .('25, . .l ne 1)1 long time-l 4
10 10- a r<s adlJol un g thle ablove tratt
1i -es b41 >022tom Juimrov'ed; :ts0 acres of
tr1(t Inl originial tullber. Pice, $4t50
p5 'acres 2 miles southwest (If (Oros.s
P; oon waters of George's ('reek; good
(t111 1and4, (on2e-hlf in l original forest
til C' mh11er; 22bou t I ; lI(5 CIre el1!C 1red 1(1 il'
a ih staite oif (lit ivatioIn; good water and11
l( y bu11ikgs ; I ('m1s ensy.
3n;eCs Inl the (l.r;plrate liinitsq o'f the
toW (I I l.ens. g<xa(t douible log house,. -
111 Silllis fll two hiors2es and1( t wI ("ows
nW al 1 nlggy shed(, 28 acres in1 highi
fene. hi of sod Ipasltuire Imder v, ire
*150, il hlf('1p1 le'I1e in 011 0 5
'11aIrs jl1n uth (If town, joins the
ofI (Ih.l ties lits 111In cult ivaition, 10 aicres
(if te q,es boto and, aldendid builId
wst 'ig j a goid bargain for a person -
37 0, h2a111 cash, halnc in oe year e
Laor lly rlltlcilr rt, to Pickens,
E 111 BROWNS 11R0f BITTERS
cIlns reconuilne,i It. Al de0alers sel. Giuie
hs1,frado 12n2d am ULQ.IQ -. ihc - 00ntlin.'