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PICKENS SENTINEL. "
VICK-HNS C. B., S. C.
1 3. BOGGS, Editor and Proprietor. ?
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--TIURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1891.
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Storms have been raging on the English t
channel and portions of the Atlantic for is,
the past weck and a good many lives have or
been lost besides a large amount of valua- ho
ble shiping. atl
The two wings of the Charleston democ- in
racy, "regulars" and 'reformers," settled
their differences at the pi imaries last Tues- Wl
day. The contest was hot and lively. The ol1
result has not been gi ven out. IT
Dr. Divver has sold the Anderson foun
dry and machine sihops tu a Mr. Aiston, of to
Charleston, who now has charge of the f
works. The foundry is one of Anderson's ki
best paying young enterprises and no doubt
it will continue to prosper. flu
The cotton receipts at Anderson are W
about 1,0j bales ahead of the eame lime to
last year. Most of the stap!e isbeing put ol
on the market as fast as ginned this season, if
though the downward beak of the price u
last week checked the sales somewhat. e
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It is gratifying to note the general spirit
of unity in our citizens when it comes to P
work for the country's advancement and
impovement. When any one midertakes e
to keep back the progress of a comunity
by antagonizing public imlprovement, they
prove to be a cl(0g to thaI (o111nm0'ty.
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Governor David B. ll, of New York, al
passed throgli this county last 'Iuesday to
on the south bound vestlbule train. lie
will deliver an address in Athmta today.
(WednesaIly,) at the unveiling of the Ura
dy monument. David is solid in Atlanta,
and likes to help) th-- boys out on swell ou
We are glad to see that our esteemed it
contemporary, the Journal, has declared G
for the customary price for advertising.
One doUtr per square for the first insertion .
and fifty cents for eaich subsequent inser- go
tion is as little as any paper enn afford to
take fur its space, and pay printeis enough
to board and clothe themselves.
Gen. W. 11. F. Lee, second sonl of Gen. I
It. E. Lee, died at, his home in Fairfax ti
county, Va., 'on the 1ith Instant, after a
protracted illness from dropsy and heart
trouble, aged 64 years. lie had been a n
membeuir of Coengress for two fermus and waisf
mecmber-elect for the 52d C'ongress. Many P
of our old1 soldiers will iemnember th.e hand1
some1 young Con federate oflicer, "Rooney" 3
Lee, and will learn of his death with much A
By the able and1( graceful ~iGif cf
the edit or of thle hIdho D)aily Statesman
the world is apprised that thle census re..
turns for 1HM~ show the total piroperty of h:
the United States to be* *62. t10 ,000u,000
T1hat makes fthe wealthI of the country av
eralge per. hn nd to the peoplpe 91.000N1. In
1880t the wealth w as i(8o per capita, so ni
that our riches have increasedl faster than t1
the 1':pulation, ev.en counc. g t he inunili- E
gration of p:oor fori.igners into the country 1'
Bummarizing the magnificent results the ii
great western Euclid states that ''we have c
individually or somebody else has for ust
therefore $130O moore than we had in 1880.' a
SlUR-TCE.AN11IY IN 0)1110.
A reporter for the A tlanita Journal, who 1
is in Ohio writ ig up the campaign, aisked
Governor Cnampbell the following question:
"Wrhat part doelts the sub)-treasury pIlanli
play in the cam11paign?"'
"Wll, sir," the Ghovernor rep lied witih a
large de(gree of astoniism ent, "von are lie I
first mani I haive ever heard nlint in the: e
subih-treasury plan in (Ohio. 'T'he pople
here know nothiung wvhat ever abiout it. I s
wvill give you ai ine present irf-one will 11ind
oiCncian in Ohio whod will mentio'n thie
suh..treasury planm as an issue ini the cam
paigni. We are nmakinug the fight on tIhe(
tarifi, andl on this tranmscewhamt issue we
wyill wim tIhe hbattle."
'Thus wve ree t lmt the muchi talked of sub
treasuiry issue is wholly igniored i one of
the foremost inericultu iral States inm the Un -
ion. It ii not (only3 ira ,red, tint it is stated ti
by one who is in a p. :ioni to kn'ow, that
the people know~ inothming of the great sut-f
treasury' schiem:e. Th'len il o proispect o'f ai
that issue evern having any inllb ice on pol- I
itics outside of the Cotton Stais. None oif
the Northern or Northmwestern States will b,
make it an issue. Th'Iey not 0only (do not
applrove of the plan but they lire refusingT
to comie in or join hands with the Sco~'thern
It, is only in the Southiernu States that the Ri
leaders amnong the farming class try to put
the "demalnai of the orider" over that of
"'tariT teformi," wh'ch1 is the issue tiponi e
wllhi theo (democratic party of the other
secttiois tmaukes its fight against the repuibli
cans and high tariff rohhery.
Heretofore the solidl South has been a1
unit for the reduction of the tariff which
has enablled the monopolist, to rob the la
borer of all classes, andl not until the poli
tIcians had matnaged to spring a new issue
in the shIape of the sub-treasury plan, was
there any chance of ever breaking the( sol.
Id democratic vote of these States, aind it
is a noticeable fact that the Ocala platform
dloes not cut any figure in States where thle :
republicans have always a decided major.
?ty, hence it 1s ph in thlat it is onIly an issue
raised to break the solid South, or at least<
to blind the people to the great evil of the I
high tariff laws. Only in the stronghold <
of the democracy have theso "demands of
the order" been agitated to any great extent, I
when an exciting political combat is in1
progres If 111e Ocala p)latfor'm is fl t in- I
serted inito either the PomocratIc or Repub- I
lican National Piatformi next 5ummer, it C
will mot ,beo apt to be heard of outsIde of a
tt4 cotton 8tates during the next National
enville Alliance Saym 3old Your
mass niecting of tle Alliancemen of
county was held at the court house
[erday, about 100 delegates and mem
i being present. None but members of
Alliance was admitted.
'he meeting took action which Is expcet
to have effect all over the cotton States.
'here was little discussion, the action
en being unanimous. Resolutions were
pted and ordered furnished the News
publicntion. The resolutions have not
u fent, in, but they are substantially as
'Whereas, cotton is our cash product
I we are forced to take for it prices be
the cost, 01 production; that not only
farmers Lut the merchants who furnish
them supplies (on time) must sustain
anI that the profilts o coltton are di
ed between speculators and maufactur
'We, the Grceville Farmers' Alliance,
advise our farmers to refuse to sell cot
at the present prices andot that they at
,c warehouse so much cotton as will sat
I their creditors, and borrow from banks
individuals, on warehouse receipts, and
(d their cotton for better prices; tbat the
ion of our meeting be published
olighout cotton States,asking them to act
once through State and county alliances
"Resolved, That all sub.alliances are re
ested to call meetings at once for action
T'he purpose to be accomplished by the
olutions is stated by a committee of the
liice to be:
"1st. To concentrate the cotton brought
this market, in tie( alliance ware house
r the pirpose of gradig it into lots, so
at each grade enn be sold at its true mar
"2d. By thus classifyinlg it into lots of
'ty or more bates to iduce buyers to
mC into our matket.
"3d. The ofTer of the use of the alliance
are house for fiftteii days free of storage
seller and buiyer alike is for the purpose
eiablg (I) the seller to htold hiia cottoin,
desired, for that length of time for bet
r prices or to, make upi largc lots without
Sus1:1 cost of storae: (2) that tile buy
maty have the opprtimity of procuring
r-e lots of cottin for shipment.
ILt is nof)w genlerally Colleedeli that tile
resCnt vrop of cotmtn is far short of that
last year 111d of Ia Dii tiner (Iuality,
Sthe prices niow rulinig are bUlow the
>st of productioi It therefore must be
,parent to all that there is everything to
ill anid nIlothiing to lose by holding. Some
I bliank Of Greenville have agreed to
Ivallce lihendlyt on ware lolse receipts.
c(mtti shilti remailn ill the ware house
ter tih( expiratioll of the fifteen days al
wed, the (.4)st of storage alid inllsuralce
ill 1not exceed 25 cell per bale for tle
St mlontl 1111d 20 ceits per bale afterward.
"In this effort oil the pirt of tile produ
rs to Seculre better prices we believe all
asses will be benefitted and we conlilent
hlope fur tile kill(Ey Sympathy of the
'ople at hlrge."
A resolution was also passel asking every
tie alliancellmanl lot to selL his Cotton un11til
hias biei takei to the ware house.
reenville News, 20th ilStallt.
Be sure to vote for the railroad subscrip
onl on the 14th of November. When we
A this vote, we will soon have tile railroad
I Pickens whether Mr. liurkhalter comes
not. Every tax payer will receive
mghIll benefit from it ill two years to pay
is enitire railroad tax. It will add not less
tam $,o810,0100 to) our tax lits.
A publie m.eetig will be held at Iolly
pirmlgs 1on atunhlily , October 30th. Tic
dlow inlg spIIekes lmve pIromlised to be
sent: Ii on. ( . II. t'arpenlter, WV. A.
0rris. Thle Eas5tatIe laId PumplIlkint own,
lfld on tl(I- gr'otJnd. X private lmeeting
tie. nl1(r'lItW.' (. W. SlNoL.E-'oN,
Looper, 8. C., Oct. 19. Co. Lect'r.
To) Incel'4 I5elroe the (qlue.
Ne%Iw York, Oct. 5.-F'ashionle;t circles
this~ city are0 much1 exsercised 1as Lto theO
ent ity' of fou pr' le'tty Am11ericanl girls whlo
LVre arrlive-l ill London01 to dance a mlinluet
hfere tile Queen.
Thleir ebinperonIl'Il re'fuses to) give thleir
ames,5 bult says5 thIey are0 well known in
Ie beIst New York socie'ty. A pic!tur'e
owever,' is pr inted'l iln the (October nIumbIer
I' the Newl 111l Yoikad ParIis Young Ladlies
'asiion lIazalr, enltittld "'Pretty' gi'rla learn..
lg LtI daInce theC mlinuet," wichIii gives some
lew toI thleir idIentity'.
Society hlere also is inlterestedl ill tihe fact
lIat eachi (If the0 foul' AmI1eriennIS is to1 wear
dIress similar111 to the 011e illustrated 11nd(
01rked( No. 8 in1 theI coIlolrted plates of tihe
11gazine, wIh has partly13 revealed thleir
rIsonlality anld set fashionable circles ag
Th10elong ladies have been practicing
bIe m11 Ilet forl eCh lt mlonIths befo re venltur
ig tol ask the1 privtil'ge, wich'l hIls been
Th'e iNew York 11nd( ParLIis Young LadIies'
Tit 111on1 prlice is D3.Ott per year1.
Addrless GEiOlmlU MU3 NRO.
I1(to27 'lnldewater' St., N. Y.
P'. 0. Box 31751.)
I4)or1 above occalsionl 1the RiellnuoI &
illvill Ira illroad11 will sell round11 trip tickets
ir' till round0( tri p. pluls sev'en1ty-five cenlts
id trandI:Ier' A thIla to Expolsiion groundlls.
ickets ((n sa.lI t all staltionIls ill SouIth Car.
November101 ith, limlited returnling Novem-l
Special D)ay Tickets
ill be1 (ol onl TIPuhday and1( Thulrs lays
"al O ctober 2011h Lto Novem1berl 5th, limit
15is (If (1ne cIlt perl mlile t ravled, phis1
ven'Ity-tlve (cents for 11ne1 adm11ission to Ex
0sition grounIds and11 transf15er Atlanta to
1Por full ~iformation ('al on1 nearitest tick
algenIt, see adlvert ising maltter, or1 addl(ress
W. A. TeAx. A. 0. l. A.,
C'harlotta, N. (I.
HE ANNUAL MEETING I
TheIl Anntual meceting of thle Board
f Coun ty Ciiotnun1issioner o'R f Pickens
00unty, will be~ h1ehl at Picnsc Courit
11)use, S. (C., ini their officO on the
IRHST THURSD)AY after the first
londay in Novemlber next.
All per'sons hloldinlg bills, accounts
r demands of any kind against thle
ounty of Pickensq which have not
>ecnI before p)'reentedl to the Board
if County Commmi ssioners at special
noectings held durding the year, 'are
terchy notified to ideoit the same
rith the undersiglied, clerk of said
>oard, on or beCfo're the first clay of
lovember next, so that they may be
iaini nd ordered to be paid at
tid annual meeiting. -
0. L. DURANT,
oct21td Clerk B3oard Com
Office of County Commissioners
of Pickens County, 8. C.
Whereas a majority of the freehold vot
rs owning Real Estate In Pickens Town
hip, Hurricane Township, and Eastatoo
rownshlip, in the county of Pickens, S. C.
iave petitioned the Board of C.unty
Jonimissioners for said County, to submit
o the qualified voters of said Townships,
he question of subscribing in seven per
:ent. Coupon Bonds of said respective
ownships: In Pickens Township the sumu
)f Ten i'housand Dollars ($10,000,) and in
L'atatoe Township Thirty-five Hundred
D)ollars ($3,500,) and in Hurricane Town
ihip the sum of Thirty-five Hundred Dol
lars ($3,500,) to the capital stock of the
Pickens Rail Road Company, under the
provisions of the Charter of said Company.
And whereas said County Commissioners
have by resolution, fixed the amount to b e
mberibed by Pickens Township it Ten
hliousand Dollars and by Enstate Town
ship at Thirty-flye Hundred Dollar and
IHurricane Township at Thirty.five Hun
dred Dollars, as retiqested by their said
respective petitions now on file in this offics
Now, 1herefore be it resolved and order
ed by said Board of County Commissionerm
that the prayers of said petitions be grant
ed and that an election be held at the sev
eral election precinct3 in said respective
Townships on the 14th day of November,
A. D., 1891, to determine the question of
Subscription or No Subscription to the
capital stock of said Hall Road Compavy
as aforesaid. Those in favor of said sub
scription shall deposit a ballot Laving writ
teni or printed thereon the word "1Sub;erip
tion;" those opposed shall deposit 'A ballot
having the words "No" Subscription.
Now tle condition is such that the said
Rail Road Company as above within twelve
months from date do construct, build and
equip a railroad from the town of Easley
to the towa of Pickens C. II., and the
said Ten Thous-ind Dollars for Pickens.
Thirty-five *ltmdred for Eastatoe, and
Thirty-five Ilundred for Hurricane Town
ships be subscribed to the said Pickens
Rail R(oad ColmIpAny, 11)011 the condition
that the said Pickens Rail Road Company
do build, construct and complete a itail
Road, or cause the 3ame to be built, con
structed and completed, from the town of
1wley to within th2 corparate limits of
Pliekens, C. II., or withini a mile-thereof,
Provided, no bonds shall he issued till
tihe road be run to Pickens and e<quipped.
That the Polls be opened from eight
(8) o'clock, A. M., until five (5) o'clock, P.
., Oin the diay of said electionm; at which
election all the qialified electors of said
respective townships shiall be entitled to a
vote and registration shall not te required
as a qualification for voting at said election
That the following Managers are hereby
appointed for their respective precincts
and it shall be the duty of said Maagers
to Count A1he votes immediately Onl closing
the polls and make their return to this
Board on or before the 16ith day of No
''ickens C. II.-J. E. Iagood, Jr., Ludd
Hawthorne and J. IS. Froemian.
Jistatoe Townshiip-J. V. Thomas, A.
A. Alexander and Robert V. Uih;tran.
iiurricane Township, Six mile Precinct
--W. H. Thoias, Aaron Garrett and 1. S.
Praters-J. E. Broughs, V. N. Bowlin
and W. L. Alorgan.
Mile Creek-L. Rt. Dalton, J. E. Parsons
and J. S. Bowen.
1l) order of the Board of County Com
missioners of Pickens Comuty.
(L.3.] MATTIIEW lEND IUCKS,
Chairman of Board.
Olin L. Durant, Clerk.
Asmesmsent of To m Prop)erty.
All persons owning property, real or per
sonal, within the corporate limits of the
towni of Pickens are hereby notified to
inake returns3 of the same to the Cl'ak of
tIhe Board of Town Counen~ en or by the
1eth of November 18t,I, after which time a
pnalsty of fifty per cent. will be adided
without fail cn all property notL returnved.
'Thei obiject of tihe above assssment is to
raise nmoney to enclose and comuplete the
work on tIhe Cemetery lot.
G. W. EARLE, Intendant.
J B. FnREEMAN, Clerk.
I will let to the lowest bidder, Friday,
30th of October, at. 10 a. mn., the bauilding
of ai bridge over Tlown Creek, knownm as
the "'( alholim Grifin'' bridge. Plans andI
specifleamtions made known on day of let
ting. Right reserved to rejectamny and all
bids. J. N. MUtil11itEE,
15~w3 Co. Commissioner.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
.County of Pickens.
In Cannnion Pleas.
James T. Hunter et a), survivors,
John Singleton et al, Defendants.
By virtue of a decree of foreelos
u1re made iln the above case by Hon.
JIames Aldrich on the 5th (lay of
March, 1890, I will sell to the high.
est bidder on
Saleday in Novemb)er,
next, before the court house dloor at
Pickens C. II.,d(urinig the legal hoturs
of sale, theo following dlescribed real
All t hat piece, p)arce'l or plantation
(of land1( rituate ini thme counvty anid
Stato aforesaid, on a b)ranch of
Twlevlve M ilo ivier, containing seven
ty and one helf (70 A) acres more or
less, ad(joiintg landls of Richiard Lew
is and1( M rs. W ilsonl on tihe north1,
.Jamnes llunter & Sons on the south,
Samuel Neal on the east, Hamp Fos
ter' and D)an Burris on the wvest.
Terms, one:half cash, the b)alance
on a credit of twelve months with in
terest from day of sale, the credit
port ion to be securetd by a bond of
the purchaser and a morigage of the
premises, with leave to tihe purchaser
to anticipate payment. Pu rchaser te
pay for papers andl for recording the
same1. J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
S TATE OF SOUTH (!AROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
0. W. Taylor
Henry B. Smith.
In pursuanco of a judgment of
foreclosure in the above staltedlcase,
I will sell to the highest bidder on
Saleday in November
next, b)efore the court house door at
Pickens C. H., (during the legal hours
for sale, all that certain piece, p)arcel
or tract of land in the county and
State aforesaid, bounded by lands of
P. Gossett, John Norris and W. E.
Cox, and being the same land pur-1
chasned by WV. B3. Smith of A. M. and
M. A. Ashmore, containing fifty-eight
(58) acres, more or less.
Terms, cash on day of sale, pur
chaser to pay for papers.
Clerk of CourtL
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
Mary A. Norris et -al
Mlattie Norris et al
Complaint for partition.
In pursuapce of an order made in
the above stated case by the'llonora
blo (iourt of Common Pleas, I will
sell to the highest bidder at Pickens
C. H., on
Saleday in November
next, during the legal hours for sale,
all that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land in the county and
State aforesaid, adjoining landa of
Henry Arial, Smith Griffin and oth- St
containing ninety one (91) acres more.
Terms, one-third cash, balance on
a credit of one and two years with
interest from day of sale, secured by
a bond and mortgage of the premis
es, purcbaser to pay for papers.
Nancy J. Burdine et al
Naomi J. Lewis et al.
By virtue of a decretal order made
in the above case, I will sell to the
highest bidder at Pickens C. H., on
Saleday in November next
during the legal hours for sale, the
following described real estate to-wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land situate in the county and State
aforesaid, on Little Eastatoe, adjoin
ing land of Robert L. Gilstrap, Dan
i;3 .Baddwin and others, containing
two hundred and forty-six (246) acres
more or less.
Termus, one-half cash, the balance
on a credit of twelve months, secured
by boid and mortgage of the prem
ises with interest from date of sale,
purchaser to pay for papers.
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens,
In Common Pleas.
Mary E. Alexander, et al
W. M. Hagood.
-Complaint for partition.
By virtue of a decretal order made
in the ab)Qve stated case by Hon. T.
. Frazer, on 20th Novenbcr, 1889,
I wijl"sell to the highest bidder before
the court house door at Pickens C. G
Saleday in November
next, during the legal hours for sale,
the fol!owinlg real estate to-wit:
All that c--rtain piece, parcel or lot
of land lying and being situate in
the county and State aforesaid, in
the town of Easley, adjoining lands
of Mrs. Gilliland on the east and W.
W. Robinson on the west, and \V.
At. Hagood on the south, fronting on
Main street, and containling one and
three-fourths (12.) acies.
Also all that other piece, parcel or
tract of land in the county and State
afrsi,on branch waters of G old
en's e:reek, adjoining land of WV. H.
H. Arial, E. S. Griflin, Mrs. Norris
andI P 1) . Byars land, containing
forty.eight (48) acres more or less.
Termns,ione-hialf cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months, secured by
a bond and mortgage of the premis
es, purchaser to pay for papers and
for recording the same.
J. M. STEWART,
oct3 Clerk of Court.
F. B. MORGAN'S J
is the place to get your moneys' worth.
W hen you want anything in the dr of
goods,boot8, shoes. lhats, clothing line, a? H
kindar of grroceries, if you don't go to HI
Morgan's you will always regret it.
cWa 3lrarina fQr ts Nezt Thrty1
Also a full line of furniture an i under- ea
taking goods, cofilnts, &(
IF. B. MORGAN,
West 1Eu . Central, S. C
Notice of Intenctionc to Olalina
Notice is he'reby gi ven that Mrs D)iana
JTames has this day filed a petition in
my othece mnider Section 21102 of the Gen,
cral Statutes of this State for a homentead
for herself in the real aund personal estate
of hern deceased husband, Geore WI.
D)ated September 22. 1891.
sept4nsJ. M. ST1EWARIT, C. C. P.
Persons ind(ebted to thme e-tate of Rant
somf Th'lompson , dIeceased, wmill make pay
againist said estaIte will p)resent them to
me dumly prIoved ~ 'thlin the timec prIescribed
hy law. ROUT. A. TH'IOMPSON,
Sept 29, 1891. Administrator.
fly virtue of an order of the Probate
Conrt I will sell on Monday the 2d (lay of
November, 1891, at Pickens C. 1!., the
personal property belonging to the estate of
John F. Stewart, deceased. Such articles
as are not sold on that (lay. I will sell on
the Thursday following, (November .'thm,)
at the Hlome Place of the said John F.
Stewart, deem',sed, on Ilig Eastatoe. Trer
will he for sale: Four Mules; two Horses;
three Miuch Cows; two Yoke Oxen; several
l)ry Cattle; one Carriage, one Buggy and1
llarness; One Good Organ; one Sewing Ma
chine; one Cooking Stnve; one Set Black -
smith Tools; two Copper Stills; one Molas-.""
sea Mill; a large quantity of flousehold and1
Kitchen F'urniture, and many FarmIng
Ilmplceet. There will also be for sale a
large number of smaller articles, a com
plete lIst of which can be scen at the oilice
of J. P. Carey. Terms Cash.
G. M. LYNCH,
Admn'r Et. J. F. Stewart, dec'd.
It pays every farmer to have a Clover patch and
isture. Sloan's Drug Store is the place to Buy the
ds. The Best of Everything at SLOANS', Green.
lRe, S. C.
arriages, Luggies and Wagons,
During the iontis of
October, November and December,
TO CASH BUYERS!
We offer at IEDUCED PlICES,
Cari'iages, Buggies and Vayons.
COME, EXAMINE AND IY.
'he Greenville Coach Factory,
ammavn) S. 4C.,
H. C. MARKLEY, Proprietor.
W. SIRMIN E, S!t peaE(e;d4hzt. fg1gOV
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Erl, wIe ar. abhe to obtain a1 numbe11)4r of the
above boo4k, and14 pro'pose to furnish a copy
to eacl(h of 'o subscibers.
TheL dictionary is a. ne2 4ce ssity inl ever
hoie,scholamd businecss house. It 1111
a vaca c an furishelis knowk14ldge whichl
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le some ha (44041ver asked if ths is eall
1d direct rom the pblishiers the fact,ta
abou 'lt forty of0 the~ best yer ( o14(f the nu
- --tho(r's life wecre s,>) well emp 1loyed in writ.
ir.t. It con1tains 4 thet enire vocabt ula1ry o0
~~ 441)4 itabot 10,0 wJ) III) ordls inclu1141ing thme correl
spelIlinig, derIivation4 and1( denma4tio jol f sanu11
LOOK OU?T F'OR FROST' ! and1( is thme regular stndard size, con1ta4ining
atlbut :;(4t.000l I<pure inches' Eof plrintedl Sur.
Now is a good time to imeest itn face, and' is hound ini cloth, hlif Imorocc<
1ans and1( Casimhe1s, also thicker andl shep).
100e5 and RubberCs. IUntil further no4'tice we will furnish thil
'This Almanack hasi a goodl Stolt vaib 11 -lit ,ibhscriber.
Ready-mnade Clothing, Over'oa1ts, ed. To anty renIewal subscriber.
its and (Caps, Ladies' Tfrinum ned I , TCo anly subscarib.er now inl arrears wh<E
uts and Timitnugs; HIeavv' l:bm. l)".ys up to JTan. Et ne(xt, ait the following~
'Is and Toboggan Caps anid Coats 14'es vli wI4l itRdead110
- birn st:unps, maiirbled edIgEs, 75e.
Another lot of good Flour, and1( lllf Mo rocco bound,l gilt side and hal
Lis of honey. stamps11, m1arbhledl edges, 1- .00.
.A.nd nlobod)y canf down us5 on 1T)- ['ull Sheep bounda, eat her label, mnarble(
teco and Segars. --.1*~4lfe rm 1 lle
Bring youri trade here anld 1help 1us sublscrihers alt a d1istan1e may' have thm
'om 01u1 town, the best plle on1 I)liltionary dlivered by special plrepaid ex
rth. Ipress for noe4 extra.
As I le pubbIsIIers limiit thlE' time and4( num11
phe, of eook they'~ will fuIrnishl at the los
prics, e avise all who esire to avai1
thems11elves olf t his greait opportunmity to at
tend4 to it at1 once(.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOF
A tine farm ofE 224! ncres in Centtrr
14o For)t 11ill, 2 miles from11 P'endletonIl am
I muile fro.im ( clmsonlle1ge; 140 aercs si
high state4 of ('ultivaEtion, 2(0 a1(res of lini
b4ranchl b.otn 75 nere4s of4in timbErI111(
ne4w G-room11 (collage residlence with hali
I and4 I wuo p4.rchecs, 2 tenanilt 11011e1, lini
well u at 4r. Thlis is414 onef thme best farm
V. i cv~ L *il I. 11.r Carolina41.
A 11so ih .. I Iebtt e sto,re house5 an0
lotl iln Ith toIwn (If Central no0w o4cupi<
b4y M1r. J 144nry. Th1ere4 is a1 good4 granier,
44n lthis It m1444 it is a1 No. 1 butsinessstand11(
1B~~1. ~ All thle ab ove propert v, mlust he 14ohl4 4)
8:ale I ay inI NovEtembr'if not1 disposed04 E
aIt priat VII*'ale befe 1 t34Ihat time14. Tferms
one1-lhalf Ea-h, balanlce iln one1 year. A4
d.ress Pickens ILnd A gency(, Pikens1, S
( . , or thle unldersigned4 at1 P'ei dleton,i S. 4.
to44t121 M . M. 11 Il N 1Elt, lTrustee.
and get MORE POWER
and use LESS WATER
Write for (our NewI llIus4trtl Catal m4IogneI form l891.
________ THE LEFFEL WATER WHEEL & ENGINE CO., S.'.41T':14 Ar
BOARD ON SUezRVr1SeD IESs J'.Al~N. Bidng ICCllg
Barracks, Mess IIall, SuxperintenIdenlts Quiarters, etc. F/iLL CORPS
0P TEACHERS. Open SepIembedr 4-1, i8):. Send for register.
W. T. R. BELL,. A.M.. Suncrhn4anmrendet UIER RTnna , .
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 79 Law Rarge, .
GREERVILLE, , 0,
Practices in all the courts. Can give
very best references. Telephone No. 79,
It. 0. Bowen. J. A, Freeman,
B OWEN & FREEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ap2y, PICKENS, 8. 0,
WET. & ORR, J. E. Beves.
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, U. 0
'W ELLS, ORR & BOGGS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS C. H., S. (,
M. F. Apsr,, C. Lj. HO'..INoswom1ri
Solicitor 8th Circuit, Pickens, 8. U,
Greenville, S. 0.
A NSEL & IIOLLNGSWORTH,.
ATTPORNEYS AND COUNSELOR9
PICKENS C. I., S. C,
Practice in all the courts of the State,
and attention given to all business entrus
ted to thein. ,mh14-88tf
HILL & WELDON,
122 Main Street. GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
Gas given every Thursday and Friday,
and teeth extracted without pain.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
My Dental Rooms are now located in
W. I. Cleveland's new building over the
Savings' Bank and Felton's Book Store.
'J. W. NORWOOD, D. D. 8.
W. M. Noiwoon, D. 1). S., Assistant.
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
D "It. J. P. CARLISLE,
Ofl.-e over Westmoreland Bros. & Duke's
janl'80 GREENVILLE, 8. C.
D I. FRANK sMIi,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is no.-;- permanently located at Easley,
and respectfully offers his professional
services to the public generally. 2jan90
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
Over Westmoreland Bros'. Drug Store.
All work done by the instantaneous pro.
cess. Also make enlargements from old
pictures to any size in water colors, cray.
on, India ink, oil and plain photograpbs.
GRIEENVILLE, S. C.,
Has been newly refitted and excellently
furnished. It is tirst-class in its appoint.
ients, eil is one of the best hotels in the
Soud. Situated in the healthiest and
m1 lost dl'glitfiul locality in the country it
offers .uperior attractions to visitors. Its
(IlSile annot 'be excelled in aIy city.
J. J. LECWIS. JULIUS E. BOGGS.
The Pickens Land Agency now has for4
sale thle followingr desi rabile lagdcs.
A dlesirale half acre lot on Garvin r.t.
and I>enidleton ave; $100. Also dlesirable
lot famoit ing~ oni Boweni street; $100. Best
bargai:ns1 ini town.
000 acrec in Eustatoe township, good
tenlat honse, 15 acres in cultivation. bal
anice li:ie timber and grass; $1,600 on long
287 acres in Central township, 15 acres
mutvain 40 acres fine patre al
ance i best ofbr3mieofai
will he sol cheap and on easy terms.
LOt Iro. 18, in the town of Pickene,
eonitaining i of an acre fronting on Main
street, cast of D)r. J. F. William.'.
A good biargain-109t acres in Daeu.ville.
township, '40 acres in cultivation; spledi
timber; I mile of church andl school; de
sirab,le neighborhood. Price $900; easy
109) ncres 4 miles west of Pickens 03.
W alhalla road1; level land; will make
1plenldidl farm; timber is fine. Must be
250 alcre s on Little Eastntoe, 40 acres in
cult ivation. 10 acres bot tom, 11 acres i10
good p arture.t' good log house, 60 acres fine
sac;e giass, not fenced, stable for four
horses. This place is well watered and a
biarg~ain at )5t.0. -
A desir'able lot. on Mai-, street, Pickens,
ointai:ing .A acre, good sm>les and w'ell
of goodl wat er oni preiOns. One pf the
m<*t va lile lots in town ; price $300.
. A tarmn of 288 acres 4 miles west of
P'ickenIs; 30 aIres eleared, balance in good
timiber; well watered by creek and
sprinigs; neair Concord church and school
1 house; desinble neighborhood. Price $1,.
100, acres 2.) miles from Pickeng, 49
acres in, (ilt ivat lon, 12 acres best bottom
ladl .will not wan h or overflow, 60 acres
ifine pinie t imber. Price $1100, one.-third
lOrealh,rhamein iotg timet. This is a
S123 acres no(rthwest of Sy imes'
,70 acr*es in cult-ivation, 2.5 acs ht'bott
I landi on Fifteen Mile Creek. In a hi
state of (lit ivationi; good buIildhings; fine
s wat er and a good orchiardl. Terms, 8 per
cenit,.; t imei, 8 years
1A splendid lfarm of 100 acres, 29 miles
Iiinorth of P ickens on gradled road; three
y, good t ouant. houses, 60 acres in high state
.of cultivation, 30 aets best Tiwelve Mile
1)bottonm; dloes inot overflow; flne pasture of '
f 10 acres, g(ood fenice, goodl wtell of water
ani t wo good springs. WVill sell on easy
-termos. Price *$1,800t.
. 10 acres near11 Central with 75 acres in
.a high sta te of cultivation. Good dwell
iing and( ne(cssary out buildings.
. il2001 acres on IBig Crow Creek ; '75 acres
icultiva*iin; 25 acres best bottom land;
18 acre's of it without a ditch; the bottonm
land not subject to ov(:Ilow; half n le of
mill and gini, one mile of school and
church. Price, $2000; termis easy.
175 acres near Pump,kinttown in original
forest: 1 00 acres lies well and timber fine.
Also 4010 acres Imimiproved tract
10 acres hot tiinom uimprovedl; 350 acres of
rait in original timber. Price, $4.50.
8-. acres 2 miles southwest of Cross
Phuns on wvat rvs of George's creek; good
(aotton land(, onie-hialf in original forest;
fine tiimer; about :i5 acres cleared and in
a high state of cultivation; good water and
necessary buiiklings; termis easy.
41 acres just north of town, joins the
cororate limits, all in cultivation, 10 acres
of the finest bottom land, fine building
site. This is a good b)argain for a person
wanting a small farm near town. Price
$700, half cash, balance in one yeasr.
For any particulars wa to to Pickens
Lemd Aroncy, Pacns .. C.r