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TIURDAY, OCT. 29, 1891.
It is only a little over a week
antil the elections in Ohio and New York
take place. The democracy of these States
are feeling very hopeful of winning in
each of them.
A railroad to Pickens will make every
bale of cotton you raise worth from $2 to
$4 more than it would be worth without
the road. It will save you money at both
ends of the crop.
Notwithstanding the low price of .
this fall, there will be less hd' >er than
lastI year. Allhfa.
last .year. All ,f,. r farmers are now
aware -,it tie South lost several millions
Ihat year by holding cotton over frcu the
The Alliance has made the mistake of
its life in not jumping on the tariff with
both feet, as it did the jute trust, and then
when the democracy got hold of the na
tional government, it could have arranged
the currency question.
So long as there are seven men in. the
county Alliance, who are honestly opposed
to the Ocala platform, there is no room for
bard words against outsiders who hold the
same views. "If these views are held in
the green tree, what shall be. done in the
Tie Pickens SH4rINi. is strictly $1.50
per annum, whoever says or thinks other
wise is mistaken. We have been run
-ing it for more .than six years, and our
honest conviction is that no such paper can
be published in this county for less money.
We do not make a distinction among our
subscribers. Cheaper rates of advertising
than the SEINI. Offers cannot last long.
The unveiling of ihe Grady monument
in Atlanta on the 21st inst., was a grand
success, and the "Gate City" outdid all of
her former efforts in doing honor to the im
mo:tal journalist and orator who had (lone
so much for his city, State amd country.
The city was thronged with visitors from
the four.extremes of the Union to see and
take part in the imposing ceremonies.
At the meeting of the Florida State Alli-.
ance last week the fact was developed that
the membership of the order lad falle!- off
over thirty per cent. in the past year. The
order in that State enn only control about
one sev'enth of the voters and as a conse
qluence there is not munch prospect of it
controlling thme next election. Thme increas
cd dues is saidl to be the cause of the de
crease in the menmbershmip.
The B3uns' Mlill Alliance has siirredi up a
large racket between the a.sleemued Keowee
Courier andl the esteemmed State. This Al
liancee resolved that South Carolina should
go into the fertilizer businers; and furnish
the stuff free to the taxpayers in proportion
to the aumomunt cf taxes paid. The Courier
approved and the State disapproved of the
ideca. They ha:ve begun an argunent. The
Courier intimates that the editor of the
State is a lunatic, and the State says the
editor of the Courier is ic(ious. The Sxx
'rINEI. flatly contradicts both of them at the
risk of 1osing~ its scalp.
The receipts of cotton at th lorts has
been so far this season largely in excess of
last year for the same tinme. Tism is given
as the reasoni for the lowv pice of the sta
ple. The foreign buyer refuses to believe
that the crop is short so long as the ship
muents are so far ahead of Iast year, andh
thus the imrket is kept low. The October
rush will soon be over, andl no doubnt the
-rceip)ts at the p)orts wit) fall off so sharply
that the "bulls" will give the market a
"boost" that will send the grie up) several
points at least. The price h'as got downm to
that point where a man that is not in dlebt
cannot lose umuch by h olding back his cot
ton. But this is a business that every pro
dlucer must decide for himself. T1he mar
ket may he better in thirty days or it may
be worse. No one (erm tell for a certainty.
-There are thousands of acres of the best
farming~ lands in the famous Piedmont bet
here in Pickens county, waiting to be op)en
edi up and yield rich returns. These lands
lay well for tilling and are as productive as
can be found in the whole South. IIere
capital, can scure a home that will soon
afford him an abundant living, and also
produce enough to sell as surplus, to lay by
a few dollars for the rainy day that comes
to every one, sooner or later. These lands
can be purchasedl cheap, with only a small
cash adlvance. The residue can be madie
out of the land purchased. These bargains
will-not be offered for any great length of
time. As new developments take place,
real estate Is certain to advance and nmow is
the time to induce immigration. Send out
the word and let the honmeseekers know
what.-we have to offer.
- Oleveland'. Way.
It is evident that nothing that Mr. Cleve
land can do or say will please the liepubli-.
can-newspapers. When he was silent, the
denounced hin for shirking the responsibi
* Sty of advising his party; when he wrote
letters, they said thath should have pre
served the dignity of his position by taking
no. part in politIcal affairs; when lhe declin
ed to take the stump in Ohio, they said lie
was a coward, and now that he Is making
speeches and presiding over bnass meetings
in New York, they have gone wild in their
*. deDunciations of him and his course. The
3oston Journal declares that "no ex-Presi
sIeot et the United btates was ever so de
rded before." In the meantime, Mr.
eloeland Is going straIght ahead making
t'oter for Flower and teaching the D)emoc
'tO.that the only hope of the country is
5~tbtiot,yof the party and in its triumpoh
aecton in 1892. It is plain that thme
gos is cooked In New York.
The modern tendency Is to cxtrenes in
rerything. But the tendency Is not so
todern after all. Pope said: "Man is a
endulum betwixt a smile and a tear." He
i now a pendulum betwixt a loud laugh
nd a melancholy howl.
There aRe all serts of political evile
Jroad in the land. Every class is pinched
y some custom or law. Those who study
icir own conditions, as a matter of course
arn more about their own wrongs, than
hey do about those of others. All classes
i this southern country areso closely iden
fled with agriculture that they all know that
te farmers have not had a tair deal. When
he whole situation is viewed, it is very
lear that farmu prcducts arc unjustly tax
d. This has been done by sleight of hand
brough the protective tariff. This is. tile
oot of the evils from which we suffer.
Political agitators have gone to great ex
remes In putting this before the country
ws oppressing the farmer alone. All who
ire trying to make an honest living In the
3outh are equally oppressed, but~,the leal.
urs are radically different as to the remedy.
rhey talk, and preach, and write against
each other as if they were respective -0
jects of lostile-croiis. They go alike te
ridictllius extremes in charging each oth
er with self-seeking dishonesty and corrup.
tion. Consideration on the part of eac
might lead them to the conclusion that the
other is actuated by some other possible oi
probable motive. It is common nowadayB
to act more oin impulse than judgement
It is not impossible for men to differ hon
estly. One may be better educated in hhi
line. IIe may have studied more, and had
better opportunities to learn of his side of
the question than his opponent. Much
harm often comes of not halting to take
this view of the question. One who spends
all his time in thinking of his side of th
question is sure to go to an extreme and it
is not surprising that lie thinks his oppon.
ents dishonest. Common sense and reasor
teach conservatism. Passion and prejudice
The farmers of the South have deter.
mined to mke their crops more diversitle(
and the next year will show a large (1e
crease in the cotton production and a cor.
re.4ponding increase in the other crops thal
will keep our cotton money at home.
$2.50 a Tree.
How would you like to sell your timbe
at that price, brother farmer?
How many of you are selling wood de
livered at the railroad for A1.40 a cord?
Ilow many are selling crosslies ti twent,
cents a piece and haul them several miles
Well, farmers, $2.50 a tree was paid
few days ago by a Northern lumber coin
pany for 200,000 soft wood trees, standimg
mn a Southern State a little North of us.
You ask if farmers sold that batch o
trees? Well no, they had been sold by ti
original owners some years ago to somi
speculators for a song, and the immens(
prollt in this last trade % ent to the specula
Farmers, the timber of the Northern for
ests is nearly exhausted. The inlensi
lumber mills now operating must move
and they must move South. They hav
their agents all through the South buyinf
up lands at a ridiculously low tigure. A
few years hence the landt you sell them a
$3.00) an acre will he worth all the wa'
from ten to twenty-five diollars an acrt
1loid on to your timb)eredl lands, farmerm
Thel, near future will prove themi to be
mine of wealth to you-you may in les
thanm live years sell the timber at $2.50.
tree antd have the landl left.-Cotton Plant
Lands to sell next Monday: Norris vs
Norris, 90t acres; Burd ile vs. Lewis, 244
acres; Alexander vs. Hamgood, 48 acres amh
the Green house and lot, in Eaisley; IILunte
vs. Singleton, 703 acres; Taiy lor vs. Smith
58 acres; AI. M. Ilunter, trusiee, will sel
224 acres near Fort 111ll and tihe Bellotti
store house in Central; Dacus vs Kenne
more 100 acres; Smith vs. Stephens, trac
nio. 1, 88 acres; no. 2. Ill1 acres; no. 3, 61
acres; Smith vs. Pickens, two tracts, one 0:
53 acres, the othter, 72 acres. On the samn
di.y Major G. M1. Lynch(l, administrator
will sill the personal property of the late
Johnl F. Stewart as per advertisement. Or
the thl, Thursday, Major Stewart, execu
t"r, will sell thme personal property of Mrs.
Naomi L. Claytoni at her late resitdence.
A Newberry special to the News ani
Courier on the 23d inst., says E. C. Long.
hone, a gaillanit confederate of ('ompany B,
2d Soumthi Carolina regimteint, died in town.
ship Six, on the 22d, aged 50 years.
Capt. E. GI. Alitchell, a well known an(
prosper<.>us farmer of Laur ens countfty. wau
mn the city yesterday. Capt. Mitchell wilI
probably imo've here in a short timie to g<
mtto.bulsine.ss and to educate his children,
lie is imuch pleased with the educational
adivantmages of Greenville.-Daily News.
Demorest's Famnily Magazine for Novem
betr begins a neCw volnne. Ini thmis numlber
a thrilling story, "11cr soul's Secret" bi
Mmne..Je'anne Miret, is commilenced, an'(l
there is also an iinteresmting sketch on".
mnous Bleauties of the South." There ar<
nuimerous shorter stories and sketches, a
miong whlich is aii illustrated article on les
sons5 mi riding for ladies. Pniblishedh by W.
Jennings Deimorest, 15 East 14th street
New York, at two dollars a year, singh
COp)ies twelty cenits.
The ValIue of Vecgetableg.
Celery acts upon the nervous system
anti it is a cure for neuralgia. Toinatoe:
stimulate the liver, and sp)inaich and eoml
mn dandltelion prepared in the samle wal
have dlirect effect on diseases of tihe kid
ney. Oiiions, garlic antd olives promote di
gestion by stimlulating the circulatory ayp
temi withI the conIstanlt increase of tihe salivi
andl gastrice juice. Raiw oniions are rasi
regardled as a remetdy for slteeplessness
aind the F::ench believe that onio,n soupi
an excellent tonic in cases of dlebility o
the digestive organ1s.-Phiiladlelpia~ Press
Reduced Rates. to Piedmont Exposl
Lion, Atslanta, Ga.
For above occasion the Rlichmond .5
Danville railroadl will sell round trip) ticket.
to Atlanta, GIa., and return on biasis o
three and one-half cents per imile one waj
for the rotid trip, plus1 seventy-five cent
for one admission to Exposition ground
anti transfer A tlanta to ExpositIon grountds
Tickets onl sale at all statioins In South Car
lina antd Georgia, tIaily from October 18th
to November 6th, limIted returning Novem
ber 9th 1891.
Special Day Tickets
will he sold on Tuesdays and( Thiursda -4
from October 20th to November ,th, llmnt
ed five days, Including (late of sale, om
basIs of one cent per mile traveled, plui
seventy.fiveu cents for one admIssIon to Ex
itio grondsand transfer Atlanta t<
For full informatIon call on nearest tick
et agent, see advertisIng matter, or addrnes
W- A. TUnIK, A. 0. P. A,
00~bn to *8.500 ai year ean he mad<
~ U by iactivye agents: either sex
easy work; sure pay; exclusIve territory
W'rlte at once. L. P. Wnrrh,.Sbe'y,
oct9wt Pledmaont, Wy.'Va.
Written at the &nti
THE ANNUAL MEETING I
The Annual mecting of the Board
of County Commissioners ol Pickens
county, will be beld at Picken. Court
House, S. (., ih their -office on the
FIRST THURSDAY after the first
Monday in November next.
All persons holding bills, accounts
or demuands of any kind against the
county of Piokens .which have not
been before presented to the Board
of Conty Gnimmissioners at special
meetings held during the ycar, are
hereby notified to deposit the same
with the undemrsigned, clerk of said
board, on or before thie first day Qf
November next, so that 'they may be
examined and ordered to be paid at
said annual mepting.
0. L. DURANT,
oct21td Clerk Board Com.
Anmesment of Town Property.
All persons owning property.real or per
sonal, within the corporate limits of the
town of Pickens are hereby notified to
make returns of the same to the Clerk of
the Board of Town) Council on or by the
1lt of Novemnber 1891. after which time a
penalty of fifty per cent. u ill be added
without fail on all property not returned.
'Tle object of tle above assessilesent is to
raise imoney to enclose and comiplete the
work on the Ceimeterv lot.
G. W. EARLE, Intendant.
J B. FitIMAN, Clerk.
I will let to the lowest bidder, Friday,
30th of October, at' lo a. mi., the building
of a bridge over .Town Creek, known as
the "Calholm Griflu" bridge.' Plains and
specifications imade known on day of let
Sting. liight, reserved to rejectany amid all
bids. J. N. At VUI,ilE,
15w3 Co. Conmmissioner.
s STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,1i
County of Pickenis. 5
In Cammnon Pleas.
James,T. Hunter et ali, suirviors~,
John Singleton et al, Defendants.
Byv virtuei of a decree of foreelos
u re muade in the above case by lion.
James ,Aldrich on the 5th day (of
March, 1890), I will sell to the high
est bidder on
Saleday in November,
next, before the court house door at
Pickens C. H.,during the legal hours
of sale, the followinig described real
All that p)iece, parcel or plantation
oif land zituate in the counity anmd
State aforesaid, on a branch of
Twelve M ile river, containing seveni
ty and( one helf (70.1) acres more or
less, adjoining lands of Richtard Lew
is and Mrs. W'ilson on the north,
~James Ilunt.er & Sons on thme south,
Samuel Neal on the east, Hamp Fos:
ter and Dan Burris on the west.
Terms, one:half cash, the -balance
on a credlit (of twelve months with in
terest from (day of sale, the credit
portion to be secured by a bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premiss, with leave to the purchaser
to anticipate payment. Pu rchaser to,
pay for pampers and for recording the
same. J. M. STEWART,
.Clerk of C~ourt.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
kJCounty of Piekens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
G. W. Taylor
Henry B. Smith.
In pursuance of a judgment of
- ill nell to the highest bidder on
Saleday in November
next, before the court house door at,
Pickens C. H., duiring the legal hours
for sale, all that.certaini piece,, parcel
or tiract of land in the county' an,d
-State aforesaid, boumnded by lands of
P. Gossett, John Norris and( WV. E.
Cox, anid beinjg the sam6 land pur
ohased by WV. B. Smith of A. M. and
M. A. Ashmore, containing fifty-eight
(58) atcres, more or less.
Terms, cash on dlay of- sale, .pur
chaser to pay for papers.
-, J. 'MI. STEWVART,
Clerk of Court.
A pamphlet of lnfonnaation and ab
stract of the laws, ehowi iow to
Obtain4Patent, ?av4ea Trade
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
Mary A. Norris et at
Mattie Norris et al
Complaint for partition.
In pursuapee of an order made in
the above stated caso by the I lonora
ble Court of Connoin Pieas, 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 lands of
Henry Arial, Smith Griffin and oth
containing ninety one (91) acres more
Terim', one:third cash, balance on
a credit of one and two years with
interest from day of sale, secured by
a bpnd -id mortgage of the premis
es,--purt aer to pay for papers.
Nancy J. Burdine et al
Naomi J. Lewis et al.
By virLue of a decretal order made
in. the above case, I will sell to the
highest bidder at Pickens C. H., on
Saleday in N'ovember 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
iel Baldwin and others, containing
twb hiintrdT'Ei foAy-six' 4.6) acres
mofie or-1kss '
Terms,*oneihalf:cash,- the balance
on a creidit of twelv.A months, secured
by bond and mortgage of tho prem
ises-wittr interest from- drite of sale,
purchaser to pay for palers. -
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
STATE O SOUTH CAROLINA, (
C,.unty of Pickens,
In Common Pleas.
Mary E.-Alexander, et al
W. M. Hagoodl.
CompH laint for partition.
By virtue of a decretal order made
in the above stated case by Hon. T.
B. Frazer, on 20th November, 1889,
I will sell to the highest bidder before
the court, house door at Pielens C.
Saleday in November
next, during the legal hours for sale,
the following real estate to-wit:
All that certain piece, parel or lot
of land lying and beintg situate in
the county and State aforesaid, in
the t.ovn of Eisley, adjoining lands
of Mrs. Gilliland on the east and W.
W. Robinson oi the west, and W.
M. lagood on the south, fronting on
M ain et, .and cotatiniig one and
three:f4iitiS (1) aeres.
Also all that other piece, pareel or
tract (f land in the county and State
i4oresais1, on branch waters .of G.old.
en's creekr, adjointing land of WV. H.
H. Aria!,. E. S. Grillin, Mrs. Norris
and D). D). Byars land, containing
forty.eighit (48) acres more or less.
Termwgone-half cash, balance- on a
credit ofU t welve mnonths, r.ecured by
a bondl azul mor01tggge of the.premis
0es, puirchiaer to pay for pnpersV and
for recording the same
J. M. STEWART,
oct3 ..(lerk of Co'urE.
is .the place to get your moneys' worth.
When y'ou want anyt hi ng in the dry
goods, b,oots, shoes. bats, elot hing line, all
kinds of groceries, if you do:ii't go to
Morgani's you will always regret it.
hecia1tah ii for the Nez hirty
Also a. fqll line o,f furniture aIndDmdner
taking goods. collins, &c..
F. B.. MORG AN,
Wt.est En I. - Central, S. C
Bly viMiae of an order of the Probate
Court I will 14e11 0n Mondaty the 2(1 day of
Novemb-r, .1891, at Pickens C. HI., the
perso nal lproperty belonginur to the estate of
John F. Stewarf, deceased.' Suchl articles
as are not soldlon that (lay. I will sell QIn
tiIe'Tflgay M1lwing, (November 5th,3
% tt' fuvgi Iace of the said John F.
stewart, dleeasedl, on Hig Eastatoe. There
will be~ for sale: Four Mules; two H-orses;
three Milih Cows; two Yoke Oxen; several
Dry. Cattle;'one Ca rriage, one Buggy' and
Ilarness; one Glood.Organ; one Mewing Ma
chine; 000s Cooking- Stove; one Set Jhlack.
smith Tlools; two Copper Stills; one Molais
see Mill;,ua large quai,tity of liousehold andl
Kitchei Furniture, and( many Farming
Implmens.~There will also he fora 8a1e a
larg mtiberof smaller articles, a comn.
plete list of which eon be seen at the oflice
of J. P. Carey. Tferms ('ashi.
* G. M. LYNCH,
Adm'r EstII. J. F. Stewart, dee'd,
A Household Remedy
Botanic Blood Balm
it CureSCROFULA, ULCERS, SAL.T
ItC rS RHEUM, ECZEMA, every
formi of malIgnant SKIN ERUPION, be.
sides being ellicactous in toning uap the
system and restorIng the constitution,
when Iknpaired from any cause. tts
almest aapernatural healing properties
justify MS in 1saante*ting p cure, it
,lirecti@as are f1Itewed...
IENT ,REE! NAitW..
BL60SOh.CO Atifda, a.
T-his farmer iU ImPUt
1113 caittle lie feed%
With follige he grows
- From Mloans' Grass
It pays every farmer to have a Clover patch and
Pasture. Sloan's Drug Store is the place to Buy the
Seeds. The Best of Everything at SLOANS', Green
ville, S. C.
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons,
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During the months of
October, November and December,
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We offer at IEDUCED PItCES,
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A L ~ ~ A s some1 ha~ve asked if this Is really
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705 - ~ airy, wve aire able to sta1te that we have leatrn
ed direct freom the publishers the fact, that
this is ihe very work complete on1 which
abloult fort 3*of the becst y ears of the aui
- ----- to's life were S 1 wvell employed in wr*it
ir.g. It (onltasins the~ entIire vocablary of
~ e-t~~er 8ab(ut 100,000) words m inclilg the correct,
- spelling, denivation and1( det mlation1 of samte
LOOK OUT EOR FROST ! und is the regulatr stand1(ardl size, containing
iaboutt 1200,000I square iniches of p)rinted sur
:Now is a good time to invesFhi falce, and1( is hound in cloth, half morocco
Jeans and1( Cassimeis, also thieker and( shleep.
Shoes and Rubbers- Una i >ur )r notice we will furnish this
This Almanack has a good Stock jist, Toany new subscu iber.
of Ready-made Clothing, Overcoats, 2d, 'To any rene wal subscriber.
Hats and Caps, Ladies' Tfriineod ad, To any stubscriber no0w in arrears who
llats and Trimmuings; Heavy Flant - pays IltoJain. It next, at the folnowing
nels and Toboggan Caps and Coats Full (loth bound, gilt side and b)ack
for Children. stamlps, mtarbhled ed1ges, V5e.
Another lot of goodl Flour, and( 11alf Morocco botund, gilt side and back
lots of honey. stamips, maiirbled ed(ges, 2$1.00.
Andnobdycandon u o To- ed ce- bound, leather label, marbled
bacco and Segars. 1)elivered free from our oflice.
BJring y-our trade here and1 help us Subscr(ibers5 at a dlistatnce tmaiy have the
boom our town, thc best plaeon I)etonary delivered by special prepiaid ex
earth. ~~~~~~~press for 500i extra. lmtteIilciidim
ber of books they wvill furnish a h o
pr icesE, we ad vise al1l who dlesire to) avil
th&emiselves of this great opp1ortulnity to at
tend to it at on1ce.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
A ine falrmi of 224 acres in CentraIl
townip1 on grad(ed road( trom P'endleton,
to Fort liii11, 2. midles from P~endleton antd
I i eI from, ( lemn Cloil( dlege; 10 acres in
hiigha stalte of cutlti vat iot, 20) aeres$ of fine
brae n-h bottom 7i aicres (If fine t imbler,
iiew (-room co ttage residlence with hall01
~ T 211and tw orchet~l1s, 2 tenant hotuses. fine
~V~V 1 j/j ~J4 j j~ . rell water. This is one of the best farms
ini Upper Carlna.
A lsoe thc .1. E. IH-llott ( store house [and
lot ml the towin of Cenitral now occuit)ed
by Mr. IIeinry. Theare is a1 good granery
3.B~~]. (lit this hot andiC it is a NO. 1 butsiniess stamt I.
All the above property must15 be sold on
Sale 'ay in Novembt,-r if nodt dhisposed (If
alt pri vate sale betfoeht 121 time1(. Tlermse~
onle-lhal f ensh , balance in oneo -ear. AdI
(.r(ess Piekenis Ltand Agenicy, Piekens, S.
C. , (er the 'itdersi 'ned-C at Pendletonl. S. C.
and get MORE POWER
and use LESS WATER
Write for our New Illusatrated Oa'ntogu,e for 1801.
THE LEFFEL. WATER WHEEL & ENGINE C). " *ENWoUNTi AVN
,, RUTHERH ORDILTR INSTITUTE,
BOARD ON SUPEVmspn Mrss Py -NNwfhidnsni1j,1
rP si ,S RS O e at nan
*W. T. R. REtL, AM., aurn... ,t RTHRO..Q,N.C
j C. JEFFRIES,
ATTORNEY AT LA T,
No. 79 Law Ratge,
GREElVILLE, S. C.
Practices in all the courts. Can give
very best references. Telephon No. 79.
I1. 0. Bowen. J. B. Freenan.
B OWEN & FREEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ap2y1 PICKENS, 8. U.
WICi.i.s & OHn, J. E. Boaos
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, 8. 0
ELLS, OR & BOGGS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS . H.,.S. C.
M. F. ANsR, C. L. Ho'.t.tNoswQRTH,
Solicitor 8th Circuit Pickens,,*. C.
Greenville, S. d.
A NSEL & IIOLLINGSWORTH1,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
PICKENS C. It., S. C.
Practice in all the courts of,tlie State,
and attention given to all business entrus
ted to them. mnhI4-88f
HF ILL & WELDON,
122 Main Street. G11EENVILLE, 8. C.
Gas given every Thursday and Friday,
and teeth extracted without pain.
N OTICE OF REMOVAL. -
My Dental Rooms are now located In
W. C. Cleveland's new building over the
Savings' Bank and Felton's Book Store.
J. W. NORWOOD, D. D. S.
W. Ml. NoitwooiD, D. D. S., Assistant.
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
D R. J. P. CARLISLE,
Ofice over West moreland Bros. & Duke?s
.ianl'89 GREENVILLE, S. C.
D I. FRANK SMITH,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is now permanently lovated at Easley,
and respectfully offers his professional
services to the 1;ublic generally. ' 2jan90
J C. FITZGERALD,
GREENVIILE, 8. C,
Over Westmorelind Bros'. I)rug 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 am.d plain photographs.
Al ANSION HOUSE,
GEENVILLE, S. C.,
Has been newly refitted and exculleihtly
fui.ihed. It is first-class in its appoint
ments, ald is one of tihe best htels ill the
Sorth. Situated in the healthiest and
most dei ghtful Iceality in the i.um.try it
oflers stiperior attractiol:s to visitors. Its
einille cannot he excelHed in ay city.
J. V. LEWIS. JUrLUUS E. BOGGS.
The Pic'kens Land Agency now iv o
sale the folloingi deuirable~ kands.
00acres in T)acnsville township ten
mniles fronm Greenville on public roadl; 125
acres in Ienit ivation, 40 acres good bot
tomn a' d 125 in pasture; mile and a half
fr,,m church andl schioo? honse; three good
tenant houses, well watered; wouldT self in
one tract or div ide inito tracts. Part cash,
balanace on long timec at 8 per cent.
A desirale half acre lot on Garvin e t.
anid P'endleton aive; $100). Also dlesirabl e
hot fronting on Hiowen street; $100. Bes t
bargainas in town.
f;66 neres ini Eastatoe township, good
tenanit houise', 15 acres in cultivation. bal.
ance thic timber and grass: $1,500 on long
220) acres in Central townaship, 15 acres
in cultivation, 40 acres fine pasture, bal
ance ii best oif timber; 3 miles of rail
ro ad stat ion, 4itaile oif church and school;
will he sol cheapi ad on easy terms.
Lot No. 18, in the town of Pickens,
containing A o.' ani acre fronting ou Maim
streect, east of 1)r J. F. Williaims'.
A good b,aruznin--109 acres in D)aewaville
to)wniship, '10 acres in cultivation; splondid
timber;. I mile of church andl school; do
sirabale neighborhood. Price $900; easy
109 acres 4I miles wvest of Pickens on
M alhnlla road; level land; will -- maike
splendid farm; timber is fine. Must be
250 acres on Little Eastatne, 40 acres Ia
cuilti vat ion, 10 acres bottlom, 11 acres fu .
good pastuire. good log house, 50 acres fine
sn1;e graiss. roit ft uneed, stable for four
horses. Tlhis plaec is well watered and a
biargaim at $5(00
A dlesirabale h t on Main street, Pickens,.
contaiing A acme, good stables and well
of gooid wat er on premises. One of the
most valuab,le lots in tow;pre 30
A farm of 218 acres 4 imilles west ef
Pickens; 80 acres cleared, blance in good
tier; weclI watered by creek and
springs; ne ar (Concord churce and school
(l; esirab,le neighborhoodl. Pi
'2:1 acres nirllhwest of Symmes' mill.
70 acres ini (cult iat ion, 2.5 acres in bottorn -
land1( on Fifteen Mile Creek. In a high
state of culitiviation; good biuildings; fine
wnite~r and1( a good (irchalrd. Terms, 8 per
(ei.t. ; time. 8 years
A spile. (1(i arm of 100 acres 22 miles
north oif Pickem,s onl grad(edl road(; three
good Itnt houses. 60I acres ini high state
of culltivat ion. :30 acs best Twelve Mile
boat lomn; does not ove'rflow; fine pasture of
10 acres, good fen,ce, good wvell of water
tam t wo o,d springs. Will sell on easy
terms rice 1,800.
160 acres rear Central with 75 acres in
mu high state (if cultivation. Good dwell.
inig and necessary out budildings.
.209 acres on Hisr Crow Creek ; 75- acres
ini (iIliation; 25 acres best bottom land;
18 acres oif it without a ditch: the bottom
land not subject to o.vertlow; half nt ie of
ll i and glun, one nilhe of school and
church. Price, *2,000; terms easy.
I175 aeres near Pumpkinmtownm in original
forest; 101) acre's lies wveil and timber'fine.
Also 400 ac,res uinimproved tra et
10 acres bo,ttom unimprovedl; 850 acres of
Iraet in original timber. Price, $450.
8.5 acres 2 iailes southwest of Crcsa
Plaius on waters of George's creek; goed -4
('ottoni land, one-half in original forest;
tine timber; about :15 acres ckaired andl ini
a high slate of cultivation; good water at,d
nceCssary lulilings; t erms easy.
41 acres just noirtla of towna, joins the
coroirate limits, all in cultivation, 10ecrea
of the finest 'bottom hand, Iiae bumilig
site., This is a 0good bargain for ai person
wantlig a smnal farni near town. Price
$700, halt cash, bahince In oe year.
For any particulars write (IPile
Lanid Ageeny 14tkua. . V.o