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T1IURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1891.
Listen for democratic news from Ohio tu
and New York. C,
The News and Courier has published an
editorial frelm The State. h<l
The balloou bridal party that ascended C<
from Birmingham last Thursday landed th
safely that night reventeen miles northeast Se
of the city. fo
The editor of the Greenville News gr
preached a sendid sermon to his readers
last 3abbath. lilis text was taken from
The price of all school books has been
Considerably reduced. This will be good
news to the patroiis of the schools. The
reduction will be given later.
Pir week in Columbia next week. If
possi,le go and take the mother and the
chileiren. One week there is the best n
mouth's schooling you can give the girls v
and boys. fr
The Cotton Growers Convention at At- b
lanta last week recommended the limit o)f b
twelve acres in cotton to the mule. All of i
their recommeudations will be published T'
Just about the time the United States C
recognized h.11e reeomstructed reptublic of im
Chili, the Chilins proceeded to mob two I
or three Amerie:an sailors at Valparaiso. C
Chili wi,l have to apologize or fight. (11
Darnwell is all rong in polities. It ap- t]
pears that at the clection for' -ePresenti
tive on the 29thi ult., All, independent, was
elected over Att,tway, the democratic nom
Inee. .iBrnwell demlocrilts should not haive
allowed All to do 'Attaway. fi
Not a tremor was felt here bil thousands t
of people perished by the recent earth- i
quake in Japan. Thetown of Okaku Kano
and Kagamatsku in tihe province of Nago
ya are the principal sufferers. This news
was receive-] by cable from London last
L.3ast week in Charleston was one contim- sh
ued round of pleaure to the thousands of ry
visitors who went to see the sights and en- Pi
joy the fun. It is gratifying that the Gala ti
week has become a perminent institution. et
It is sure t) increase in popularity as the ts
years roll on. s
Mr. J. F". J. C dclI co eNvwberry has
Written the News and (Courier- a splendid ii
article on the d:mgers oif these timies to the si
e'~mocratie. - arty. iIe insists that it is Ii
safer for the parity to stick to thc lahtformus
of 187; aind l 1. The Sm- aE heart ity ati
agrees with Mr. ( 'hhvell. tl
There was a baloon accidentj ia flaeigh,
N. C., lhet wek Mrs. I Iawkins cioi a l
dog~ went up) in t 1e hblon, and a colored
muan was .acidteintly caaght up1 in a rope m~
andl fell a distancme of sixty feet withi fatal lh
result. Mirs. IInwkins ascenided and de- g
scended withI saftety ando the dhog. thi
Attoiriey Gieneral [Pope hams appointed t,be
followig sl icitorsq to serve in the engros. i
sing deplantmeiit at the next meet ing of thle
benc ial Assoemb~ly: J. M.- Johnson, P. lI. in
.Nelson, (O. L. Seminpeit and M. F. Ansel. hi
Heretofore all the solicitors have been re
quired to attend. This plan mnayi prove
Luther Law soon, a colored boy of fifteen w
years was coniviede( of matinslaug:hter last hi
week at Aiidersoni aii sentenced to fou- i
teen years in thle peitent iary at hiarid labor. 1
iIe set tire to the lint room of a travelling til
cotton gin iin whtici were two little boys. at
One of the.m, Chmarley Wanslow, was fatal-li
13y burned .
The Greenivillec boardi of triade at a call vi
meeting ou lie 291th ult., heard Mr. WV. A.
Gkaiines, piesidhent of the Flormda, Georgia
& Carolinma lihay company, in regard to
to the lproposedI Ithroughi line from 'Tampa, y
Fla., via abbe-ville aind Greenville to Ash
ville, N. C. kThe boiird pledged the assis-"
tancen Iu tinmanei m uppor t of the~ ('ty. tt
When Gireenv ilke gets this it, won't tieed 0
any more rilroa0ds. ye
Thei Greenilleh NewIs of the 31stin.,n
worth estate wvhichi is now estiatedl at inV.
-I$200,000 to $300,0010. The only lands1 of e
the estate in this county that we know of a
1 a 5igall tract adCjacent to the John F"er- P
.wson1 finids at Glas~sy Mountini. The o
lease on this land had been renewed to',Mr. he
Judge G. F'erguson a short time before his hii
death, and thtus descend(ed to his heirs. ch
There are only about flften hundi e Iicr- ha
turns of poll tax in Charleston. Therc are y
eighteen hundred in Pickens. In .1880 in $2
the case of the State against Jackson,
Judge Pressley held that the lawv which re
quires Imprisonment for a refusal to pay A.
poll tax, is unconstitutional. Little trouble tI
on this score hia been experienced In Pick- C(
enis contty. Full returns must have been o
made to the auditor within the time retiuir- mn
ed by law, as we have not yet learned of to
any (defaulters. Pt
Several boards of ti-usteces in Aniderson
county have fixed the salaries of teachers
in the public schools at #12.60, $10. and $8 el
per month. The school commissioner of P
that cotunty approves the plan, and says t
that the patrons of the school 'wIll have to
supplement these amounts with as much d<
lor4, arnd thus have longer public terms W
$'Ifs ettet plan is to het the puibie fund gr5
e lle'1le amount wll it will last, lII
, degthe patronsIo the same thing. wi
Aohier bestowfl im .ie ,on thie,
- 0~th 004f7. gr~
Flower was elected (overior of New
ork by a large najority; Russell In C
assachtusetts, M1cKinicy carried Ohio by
Dimi 10,000 to 15,000 i;ajority; Iowa is I(
'obably democratic; Pennsylvania is rc. s
.iblicaun; and Virginia is democratic. Re- pi
rIs are incomliplete, but they indic.Ate the i
>ore Statement. 0
A good many colored individuals were '
the court of General Sessions lust weck 11
Anderson, and our esteemed contempo
ry,,the Intelligcneer, makes tLe.following
"As a rule, however we suppose 75 per I
ut. of the cases trid are negroes charged u1
th rome nisdemeanor, whicht a sensible 1
al justice could dispose of just as effec
A113' as the Court of (cneral Sessions, I
d with great d(tal less expense to the v
Anderson, thn, is not so fortunate In
r Trial Justices as Pickens. When our
-ial Justices send trivial cases up to the '
mrt of General Sessions, it is the tault of (I
c ilw, or the testimony. The General 1
sions is responsible for every case put he
re a ju,' an( nOt the Trial Justice
1o sends it up. The very fact that the
and jury finds a true bill precludes the
a of a lack of sense or good judgment
the Trial Justice who sent the ease t1p.
ds oflicer has to make the case, as the I
-neral Assemliy makes the law. The de.
nice sometimes Imlakes trivial, that which
18 pri'mla facie very grave. Judged by
e law which Trial Justice,1 are sworn to
>merve, they g< icrally act w el the(ir part.
1V4OS F LL 4he 4 O Ny s,
There is a serious stIate of alTairs in len
,ssce. Last Saturday the iniers at Bricv.
11 and Coal Creek releasud 20a; conjicts S
(,lin the stockadtes. Tihle jinagazinle ,%asr
ow1n:l) and tle Ito( klh's (IIIl ished,
it io one was hurt, a1. the guards had
-ten Overp1)owered and forced to surrender. i
lie uiners have gritly determinect that t
e owners of the ainnes and the State of 3
-n1iiessee shall not twing conivicts into i
IIpeCtitionl with free loaruntil the contest d
settled betixt tle law of the land and
e law of self-preservation. A colored
nviet telegraphied tile GJovernior from
intonl that he andi11 162 ofitis were in that 4
wn and vicinity awaiting his orders as to -
lat they solluld do. Tle wotis must be
11 of them.
THEI I-;RtA 11I.1 1
No one need pay aiy alention to the
et that Mir 11urkhlt (er was not here last
onday. Work atal vote for the railroad
bscription just the sam!le. A teleigrai I
t Siturtlay atinounice, t hal1t pressing lus
PS9 eigagements uniforeseet by Mr. Burk
Iter made it inposseh-!, f(Ilr liim 1o ()11C.
hlen the subscripltion is volvd, building.
e road will lie 'Mr. Ihurk hate's mtst i
itant business. If aniytling however
ould happen to prevent Mr. Bi. from Car
ing out his propoaiiion tto the peophI- of
ekens it will not dl!ay the bluilding of
e read. WVith the ubhetip*,ion voted htl'
n1 soon find a1 plan and a man to put it
rough. Tla town. the county an( Tran- -
Ivan inaneeds it, andl it is coringh.
Ex-Ptresidentt I haiyes is to visit, Cohuinblia
'xt, week, ail South Carolinians shoul, I
otw to him iad the country that they re
cmbeitr withI grilatiude his net of the I11th
Apiri, li. 7, iniat rein4ved the b ayionets
dI fired the negroes and scatawags from
e State IIouse.
inl pri'e, aou sii x mionths behind the
n arte low. bit not sio with cotton w~hien
ude inito goodns. 'I hey an e general
cry'3 sttiei. TIhe mianuac(1turers keep thle '
odIs up till they are made w hole on what '1
e cottii coist them.
IDeathl ofa Galat YIunn.
James M1. Giilliam died early Tuesday
'wrning at his h<oane ini the Siharon ne'ighl
rhuitid at an adtlvanced Ine.e. Il Icuul been
dhecliinga he'alth lor' years and1( latd lost
'I tye sigh.t. li, wats an htono able andic
lipeeltd main. D urinog thle war lie was a
Idher in the 1st S. ( . Cavalry. On4 one
(easion whilec engagid w%ithI the enemy on f
moes Island~t his comradtiI4e ,J. J. Pahner had
s hoirs' slitot unlder him ind was severely
otuindedc. The deceased was un1w iling that
s woundtl 'd friend shiol;hi fall intoi lie
itdts of the negr~mo troop 'ls w i th whom thle
val ry was figh ting, dlaimouanteid, p laecd
lImter (in his hotrse atiil tiootk the conis(e.
ances. lie wats calpftured . liifob1I'ittld(
d( proltddd w-thI l the negro b;aro~ tnes andl
nubl hav'e bleen Killied it' a white tificir
ad not iintrfered mti Savedl his tle. Siuch
manlt was Jamiles M. G il;1im. To) sadve aI
lend( be put his own life at stake. -Abbe
C'oht of' iingui 1goyy,
A eareful in v stigItor of' th le suibject hIas
:nr'ed out tIh' ftollowintg initires'ting "ex
1st' account,'' whiIb is' dleclaraid to lie
iclow thle nettid fig uri's, if anyvthiing.''
rhea( cost oif raising' an ordcinay 1boy for
fIGst t wty yer ofi t his life is har'
11'in:5 P 'yair fori thle first. tit yearts, aill
penes, t)0, ot 6;.tti in al-; $150 pteri'
ir' foirtli'tc'h nxt live4 ye'ars: i,2i per' year
the third tiv'e:~ ;ot0 per' year' fo' the
t thiee' years, iiand 600 for' the tic'xt
(4, or a tol tof '1,150t outhiva~ by the~
ilIc he ho is oft aige aiih aIle to hustlev
'hiimse'lf. " We',t hojie thie Stair stubsei ibt
uil wi'c'iiciml,mber41 tit the ('d1itcor hais take'n
cotntract tot raiis( twoi hoi)s, amnl i'y
II grataly hl 'us 1o tut ini raiisiing thu- fuia 1
884,:'00 thait hias gut to bie expended'( inl
4111 ctf thI l boy lt3s beiftire ;ur respon44si -
itie cease('4~. A hin at to thte wisce is scull- I
lit.--La I eleI Sta:ir.I
l'hae ccditor and( foremnan of the' Saxrixxcu.
Vt' (each'4t c ontced to raise thrlee. Iten ew K
ir subscript io ns and help uis to raisc' the
TtAi'u.xtro , S. C. Nov. 2.- --llenj amin
Illag~ood, son of Clerk J1 . I laigool, of t
nited Staltecs couttI, wasq totday apjpit- o.U
assiatant Unitcod States cdistritt attorney bt
Anderson, is a~poinitedl to the place foir
3rl hIeld by3 Mr. Illagttod as chiefr elcrk
te district attorne'y's oilcee. TIhe re-1)
blicans hlere are multch "tiled" at both U'
A Qu-err IIookter.
WI. M. Land, living unear Mounitain Creekt -
turch, Sve illes abIove the city, owns a
ymnouth IRock roo)ster which is a curhosi. (
.Mr. Land brought it to the city yes.
rday. Thle rooster is like other Plymiouthi
)cks except thaIt the left wing I'. entirelyI
volp of featthers and on the tip of the
ng somewthing like a chion's toe has
own. The rooster hides its nudto wingI
der the feathers of its body. Th le peu. I
rity hass beeni not.icd ever since the bird
a hatced.2-Greenvlleo News.
RET is evolutlng. WIhen is progeny
wa,another foot he will be a c:unel.
The Clenlason- College Situation.
As we mnderstand the case, it would not
t strictly true to say that the trustees of
lemsot are borrowing money at a high
ite of interest to carry on the work. The e
ily actual borrowing lts been-according '
I the statemnent of Colonel simpson to the 3
partaiburg Herald-on an individual note
r the trustees. The amount waa some
x thousand dollars and was borrowed for t
short time to tide over a temporary defli- I
eny until some property belonging to the C
>Ilcgc can be reahized on. Certain notes I
iven the trustees by purchasors of the ex
erimental farIs property wee e discounted
his could not he regarded as a loan. * The
otfs were property and were sold, pre- 8
Iniably at a fair price. The college will
ot have to pay interest oin the funds so se
ured. It was a simple question of figures
rhether it would be cheuper to sell these
otes, to borrow money or to suspend work
ntil funds could be obtained by natural
We think the public generally will be
eve that the board of trustees has acted
.iely. In the first place suspension of
;ork at the college would mean much de
xy and serious loss by the disorganization
f working force and exposure and waste
f uiconileted builings, material,
'he interests of the State and people re
Itire that the college be put in openo ion at
lie earliest day possible with ju licious
xpenditure and good work.-Daidy News.
Suved by n Joke.
For ge-tting .a nIan 1:t of a hu1rd place a
oke is soin uInes better thia agin, thinks
he Y outh's Cominion. A Yankee (Irum
iier boy was out on . little foraging
xPediton (Iing the late civil wai all by
utiself ani1d had scaled a bristle picket
Ilncee to get at a tree full of tempting, rosy
Lpples. lie had filled his haverstek anid
)ockcts, whei he was startled by a itento.
ian voic.: "i)rop them apples, boy, and
rit, or yq a lear1 yank."
Crashin.g through the tall weeds Cane
lie owier of tile apples, rille in hand.
l'le boy ral for <lear life, but clung to as
naly aippis as Ie could.
I.n re, 1 ing thl, fence lie graspe<l a post
mld tricl to l.nib over, but the pickets
temeicd to have gainl it a foot in height and
iany dcgrwes i Aharpness since he entered
lie oN-1h1:1ti, :nd as lie scrambled over, one
>1 thet matinaged to insert itself between
lie smal of his hack ati his leather belt
11 much a way as to hold him suspended at
he tutrey of his coniing foe. "Git, I tell
o;i! ( it, ot I'll shot!" roared the confed
he'li boy looked over his sn'ou!der, and
esplite. tle ugly rifle leveledl at his lead,
afled good itunoredly: "Oh see here,
ow doni't shoot! Don't, you see I'mi oin
,i(.I;et att vm't heave tuy post'
'lhe inan k.wereul his gu, a broid smile
,ie can1e over his face. aid lie he an
wredt: "All ri,,ht, sotey, stick to your
'Then he turned and went away in the
birectitin whIence he hid come, leavitig the
anlke hoy to get out of his pretlicainent
1S best he cotild. whlich lie finally (lid by
uttin"g his helt with his pocket knife.
Gen. Iu:ell A. Alger earned his first
ion'y inl tloiiig od jobs for the neighliors.
TTICE TO DETlOlS ANO C'HEI).
T >l .-- l persons hiolinlaIm ,
. u l the .tte 1f Jities 0. losie'v <le.
(..a:4vl, lit ' l' Pickcils C ty, South
'aril in, Wi'lpr'sutnt lhet legally attest
<I to 11th Iuer ined y st .I f Ja:ni ary
or p' vilynenit mr hev bar-redl; anll thost. ill
cb:e<l to said Istate will make payinent,
y Jiumary' 1st 189i2.
~W jania.3 PIstE
MIRS. N. S. MOSLEY.
Ov. 5, 1MM wV I Administrators.
~-T(Yl'E OF FINAL SET'TL[GENT.
I hereb'give no 'ilti'e ilmt I will ap
ly to .l. I. Ne(wi wrry', J1udlZi (If Priobate11
or l'iclki'ii en'u ty, S. ('., on t he 7tl dayh
'i t linitt ';if 11 h( slat e of Luv in a Houssell,
'lensed Iandi ask to be d ismi ssed
Thei( (ounuty Tre'asur er of Pickens
'Oi.nty will open-l his b ook for c'ollec.
hin of tatx(s fiscal year', 1891, in his
tIico at P'ickens court house on
'hi:isday, the 15th day of October,
891, when the followinge taxes will
Ordhinary cy'Anty, 3 mills.
Schlooll, 2 mil1ls-.
\lakinug a tot al of 102 mills.
All niale persons between the ages
f 21 and 50 y'ear's of age are liable
I will be at the following lactes on
lie days namdblw
At Cen'tral on M.loniday and Ttuee
Lay1, PiI thtia 1(1thi of iNov''t ebr.
A t Libert' y W ednesl1av and Th urs
1ay, 1 1th and 12th~ of N'ovember.
At I'iSleyv, Friidlay and1( Satur'dav'
. A icrossih' Plansu Muda, at -
Darusv'lle,Tueda, 17th of No.
IFiosler's Store, WAedne.sday, 18th of
i NoIvemberI 'i.
At .Lynch's1 Store Friday, 20th of
A t I'l:;ittoe, Sat urday', 21st of No
At Iluricani'iio Mondalty, 23d of No
At. Six Mile, Tuesday', 24th of No
Pr'ater-s, Wednlesdlay 25th of No'
Rahlnce (I'ftime at my', oflice at
i'ikens,- 'our it holulse to Decembher 15,
Sul. All ta.xes3 shouild bie paid in
w' followinug kinds of funids and no
(Gild tund silv'er ('oin, U1. ,S. ('urren'f
hiehi shll become pay',able during I
ie year' 1891, or the consaolidaited
aids of this State known as Br'own
>nsilidatted bond1s, and1( the bonds of'
*o State knownx as Bltue Bonds, anda
ILny other Statet bonds which may
issuied by any other act of th'o
enerai'il Assebly~ , the coupons of
lu are' by3 suich acets made reeceiva
o for tatxes. Jury'~ cetificates andi
'r (diem oif State witneos are r'eceivat
e for county taxes, not includinui
hool tax. J . T. YoUN(oiooJu,
Treas. P. 0.
The Pickens Markets, C
>rn per nu .. .. . .... . . V
ltter per 1l>- a --..... .... . O .15II
hckens peah ---...........2 105 2
LlotnB pgreb-----.....8@ v
..eepr.h.---.. ---...... 2
Offce of County Commissioners
of Pickens County, S. C.
Whereas a majority of the freehold vot
rs owning Real Estate in Pickens Town
till, Hurricane Towuship, and Eastatoe
ownshi), in the county of Pickens, 13. C.
ave petitioned the Board of C.unt
ominssioners for said County. to submit
) the qualified voters of sild Townships,
to question of subscribing in seven per
ent. Coupon Bonds of said respective
)Wlships: III Pickens Townslip the sum
f Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,00,1,) and li
astatoe Township Thirty-five Hundred
)ollars ($3,500.) and in 1tirricane Town
hip the sum of Thirty-five 1undred Dol
irs (93,500,) to the capital stock of the
'ickens Rail Road Company, under the
rovisions of the Charter of said Company.
And whereas said County Commissioners
iave by resolutitpo, flxud the amoumat to be
ubscribed by Pickens Township at Ten
Photusand Dolhrs and by Eustatoe Town
hip at Thirty.five Hundred Dollars and
lurricate Township at Thirty-five Hun
Ired Dollars, as repiested by their said
espective petit ions now onl file in this of4ice
Now, therefore be it resolved and order
d by said Board of Couity Commissioners
hat the prayers of said petitions be grant
d and that an Cection he held at the sev
-ral eleetion precinets in said respective
l'ownships on the I tilh day of November,
N. D., 1891, to determine the question of
ubseription or No Subscription to the
?apital stock of said lail Road Company
is aforesaid. Those in favor of said sub
ieeiption shall deposit a ballot having writ
ten or printed thereon the word "Subserip
tion;" those oppostd shall (leposit a ballot
having the words "No" Subscription.
NOW the condition is such that the Said
Rail Road Company as above within twelve
months from date do construct, build and
rqufip a railroad froit the town of Feasley
to the town of Piclens C. 11., and the
said Ten Thlousand Dollars for Pickens,
Thirty-five I1undred for E.astatoe, and
T'ilty-five lutindrid for ulrricane Town
ihips he subscribed to the said Pickens
Rail Road Comnpany, upon the condition
that the-said Pickelns Riail Road Company
lo build, construct and comnph.te a Rail
Road, or cause the same to be built, con
4trieted and completed. from the town of
Easley to within the corprate limits of
Pickens, C. II., or within a mile thereof,
Provided, no botnds shall he issued till
the road be tun to Pickens and euipped.
That the Polls he opened from eight
'8) o'clock, A. M., until live (5) o'clock, P.
M., on the day of said elections: at which
lection all the 41u1alitie'd electors of said
respective townships shall be entitled to a
vote and registration shall not be rmquired
s i (Iialitication for voting at said election
That the following Managers are hereby
appointed for their respective precincts
and it shall be the dlty of said Maa.gers
to count the votes inmilediately on closing
the polls and make their return to this
Board onl (I- before the 16th dt(h of No
Pickens C. 1I.--J. E. Ilagood, Jr., Ludd
Hawthorne and J. B. Freemaii.
Eastatoe Township-J. V. Thomas, A. 4
A. Alexander id Robert W. Gilstrap .
iurricane Tviship, Six Mile Preinct
-W. II. Thomas, Aaron (Aarrett and J. S.
Praters --. E. B >roughs, W. N. Bowlin
tad V. L. Morgal.
Mile Creek-L. R. Dalton, J. F. Parsons
mud J. S. Howeln.
Hy order of the Board c.1 County Com
mssionerf Pickens Comnt y.
L.S.] MATTIlEW IENI)RICKS,
Chairman of Board.
Olin L. Durant, Clerk.
WVritten at the ,Senti
R t,he place to get yourt mloneysV.' worth.
Vu,heni you1 want anythI img in thle dry
9ilmds, lioits, sho'es. buits, clotintg line, all
oils of g,roceries, it yolt (lon't go to
alrgant's yiu ni ill always~ legr<t it.
9ecid1 harpain fr the Next hirty
Llso a futll line' of fur niture attd' uder
takintg goods, tiollins, &.
F. B. MORG AN,
'et Eln I- Cenittal, S. C
pecial Summer Sale!
) NE lThousan~d Sutperbl New PIANOS
and& (l~ RA NM, from best maikers,
13'. to he sol during JTuly, Autrust , Sep
mihier andI October, 189)1, at, lpot cash
-iCes, wvith paymenlClt November 15th next.
PIANoS-$25' cash and balance No
nimber lI,th, 1891.
ORGOANS-$t0 cash and balance No
RElMEMwER.-Lowest eah rates. No
Ivance. No Interest. Write or call on
J. C. (JARRIlE'T', Gates, 8. C., I
Or J. L HIAYNIE & DAUGHITER(c,
Greenville. 8. C.
o 2,000 Memtora
N Try Us oi
Are your Windoi
R We Can F
The Finest Pres
S in the
We offer at REDUCED PRICES,
H. C. Iv
A. W. Syni x-, IS13peI.121t
'he getlherin' uv the stuff is heer,
The tryinest time uv all the veer
knd while good peeple pay th r~ bills
The bad man dou't kmzu nleer.
'he good man buys our mete and
Aud never duz he run,
hut bad men wishes we wer ded
So ded, we kudn't dun.
The erly spring brawt sieb n krowd,
We kudn't heer it thuuder;
Vbat menes all this sudden change
.From good to bad, we wvonder?
That bad man sed he'd surely ray,
.He'd kum right up) to taw,
3It now he goes sum other wa
And never shaiks our pawV.
ve sold h';m honest, Rolidl goods,
WVe tride to dun our best,
ni fact we sold him ull we koubl,
And now-he's sumwhar in t he
That bad man sod he surelv kum,
Grate teers stud in his ize,
Ie sed he had no bred at home
And toldl lots uiv other lize.
Io sed lhe liked our wa the best,
(We know he liked our bakoua),
hut when the thing kum tu a test,
That mant, his flight had taken.
f you'll sta gon, ole "vagahtone,"
And never will kium ba~k,
~ou're welc(me to aill you've stole
And I'll throw in this Almannek.
N. T. McFA LL.'
- *and get i
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Write for our Nt
THE EFFEl. ATER WHE
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OF TEACHERS. Open e
W. T. N. BELL, A.M.. I
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Tobacco. s -
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Es and Wagons,
iber and December,
es and Ta'(lons.
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to C; < "Ph If o ibeir Ri.
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Potr, <i :d v rg i t ithint reac, and re itttt,
fe' t is otnsev hiv in 0the:d vur.c
tiI t223 s l it have a<ll ied iftis ict all
ar , we 22 ar t abli li tte tiwt w e ie l-tn
ed3 diect Jrain.~ Ith e x ub!hr the facl,othat
abot fIrt ( f t he testii yeart of( the atu
~thors Il ie ere siw l e poeti.rt
tr.ir tep olstis.-l the tie tai!ar nof
ai u t o 0,0 wo rds~ ll i ncvl lilui the oec
abou at la 21alo tIeua re inl- lfp itd sur-0
faIte, t t isiI s o nd tin gr tl ot n hal tnorocc
nt) i lo t u t ntiew wilfrih t s
Id, T n y subtNavt,tltt ihio in arresjts who
p* it fli' ttt,tia .isrt neXt , at l'ithleti 5g
is-e .iorSc bon,wu iand back
1-'lltShteei htund leatherabel,omarbled -
Lars, E .0.,t'A r.
press PlAN . Ne: 1 ra. tln hctiItr i
Aiert pubbsher,t s i it the L ti n . num
helttr of t books . th ei fr eis . e
~uItendt o t Utho e faTi,
j C. JEFFRIES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 79 Law Range,
GREERVILLE, S. 0,
Practiees in all the courts. Can give
very best ref erences. Telephone No. 79.
1I. 0. Bowen. J. B. Freeman.
B OWEN & FREEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
akp2y1 PICKENS, 5. U.
Wm;.s & Oa, J. E. Boea@
Grcenville, S. C. Pickens, S4. 0
W ELLS, OliR & BOGGS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS C. H., M. 0.
f1. F. ANtpi, C. L. 11O7.LINOGSWORTM,
3olicitor 8th Circuit, Pickens, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
NSEL & IIOLLINOSWORTH,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
PICKENS C. 11., 8. C.
Practie in all the courts of the 'State,
ind attention given to all business entrus
Led to. tliem. mh14-88tf
H ILL & WEILDON,
[22 Main Street. (MEENVILLE, S. 0.
(as given every Thursiday and Friday,
%nd tecthl extracted without painl.
N OTC'O REMOVAL. A
My Dentl Rooms are now located in
WV. C. Cloveland'sA new building over the
,;avings' Kank and Felton's look Store.
J. W. NOIWOO), D. D. 8.
W. M. Nojtwoon, I). 1). S.. Assistant.
GltEENVILLE, 8. C.
1t. J. P. CAlTIXLE,
Ofliee over Westmoreland Bros. & Duke's
-- Drug Store.
jin1'89 GI1EENVILLE, S. C.
I)L. FRANK SMiTI,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is now permanently located at Easley,
am1 respectfully offrs his professional
services to the public generally. 2jan9o
GIEENVILLE, 8. C.
Over West morelaud Broe'. Drug Store.
All work done by the instantaneous pro
Iess. Alo iuike enlargements from old
pictures to any size in water colors, eray
mn, Iklia ink, 'oil aid plain photographs.
GHmIANVILLE, S. C.,
I1"! been n rwl refitted and excellently
fur:ishcd. It is iirst ('rass in its appoint.
miei-ts, 2c!d is (e of the best hntels n the
iuthlli. Sitlated in) tile healthiest and
mnot dl ghtf ul locality in the country is
ffvrs sutpe-rior a0 trali(ws to visitorm. It
musice tnn;t be (excIlb-d in aly city.
T. J. L I;WIS. I'tLILUS E. BOGGS.
Tjit- Pickenms Landr Ag.ency row has 1sr
:1' theIt followingr deCsirahle. lands.
300 ac'r(s in IDaeiuiville towaship ten
nitle.; from Greetnville on piublic road; 125
irsinltrl'1 t it in, 40I acres goiod bot
I ml a: d 1'25 i'l pastturt mile and1( a half
r. uln (hlurchi and school(4 house; three good
t'nanlt In>tIes, wcll wiateried; would sell in
me tuait or' div ide into tracts. Pairt cash,
nlan'ce on lon:g time' at 8 pter ecct.
A dei'irale half acre lot on Gairvin iit..
mdl l'(em41etoln ave; $100. Also desirabi e
of it' in I 1 oweni street; $100. Be. t
f;6jt ne(r('s inl Eastatoe township, good 1
(Ioal houtse, 15 acres in cultivation, bal
Eueh le tmr and grass; $1,500 en long
22) lacres in Centratl township, 15 acree
nl(I Iuttiv4at ot n, 40 acres tine pasture. bal
lmce ml I bst. of t imnletr; 3 miles of rail
:ci sta1tumO, 4 raile oIf c'hurch antd school;
!' ib le s.ll dlhtap and (In easy terms.
LIt. No. 5, It) the town of Pickens,
rmanm (if an acre fronting on Main
A gIood balr1mlin-10O9 acres in D)atusville
townish ip, 40 alcres iln cult ivation ; splendid
imbuler; iunuile of church and( school; de
IrabC le nighbomrhuood. Price $900; easy
,1(11 arr'es 4 mliles w(st (If Pickens en
alha;llau road; level landt; will reake
Plend id farm ; ti mber is fine. Must be
250 acr'ies on Little 'ititOe, 40 acres l.n
cultivattio,i 10 acres bo(tt(.mf, 11 acres itn
"od Ilos!t1' Lre geo ltg house, :>0 acres fine
NI e gila ;, inot felled tttabitnle for four
Ilt>rS<5. 'hliis pla0ce is well watered and a
lbar g:iun at $500.
A t.tsirable11 l(it oin Main street, Pickens,
'lilaun it nere 4 l(1, goIod( stables and well
IIf gild atW: er (Il preises 5(. One of the
mo1(St valhiuble lets ill toJwnl; price #300.
,A farmil of 128 acres 4 iniles west of
IIikns ; :l0 acs cleared, ialanci(e in good
inmberi; welIl watered by creek and
lprin; limar C oncordJil church and school
II iItsCe; ('si rable ne Iighiborhood. Pric $1,
I '2: anes nIorthwest of Symnmes' mill;
70 acres iln ('ult Ivat1 ilIn, 25 acres in bottom'
land1( oni Filteen1 Mile C ree'k. Iln a high
stamte (f culivait ion; good biuildinugs; fine
wvat er' atnd a goodI( orc'harId. Terms, 8 per
A slend(lil fatmi of 100 nt''ee, 22 mite.
llorth oi(f Pickens Oil graded'( r'oad(; three
>f ('tltiva '41on41 30) li'r' s best Tfwelve Mile
il ttom11; tIots noti '411(W ovr low int pal'sture of
mI two gioodi spr1intgs- WillI sell 01n easy5
('rils. I 'rice' $1,. .
;0 acre's neaitr (ettral withi 75 acre's in
I ighi stiate o(f ('tlt ivat ion. Good dwell
ng anId nece'ssariy oumt bu11iligs.
'201 lti'res on Hli Crow' Cr'e'k ; 75 acres
Il ('IIt Ivat'ion01; 25 ner'es best bottom land
H neres' of it wit thout amdit ch: tile bottoma
and14 not4 subljec(t to overiflow; hl f n1 ike of
muil andlIt giln, (Jile mile of it('hool and
hllunlh. P1'r i,"2,000t; termsll ealsy.
I S acrIes nea Pmni Itllpk inltownV ill origina)
Jl;est; 1010 acre1s lies w~ell and(1 timber fine.
Al -100 I a('res uimliproved traet
(1 nlli lilbt tOlmli unmprovedt; 350 acres of
r'al(t iniO'~ 111I rg iltmber'. Price, $450.
8.5 neres' '2 mil14S sothwest of Cross
hans 1onl waiter ofi I George's ('reek; good
Lme tuiliberi; abou)tt 15- aer<'a etCI ared and in
hIighi stalt' of ('tlt iva'ltioni; good wateCr and
('e(ssarIbil3't dings; termlls easy.
411 neres' jutst north1 oi~f towvn, joins the
Jl.oriat e limits11, all In cultivaltionu, 10 acres
C thoie ust bet tom land, fie building
itt. I his Is ai goJod( bargain for a person
m1Itintg ni smallll l'mm ilnear town. Price
700, lal f cashi, balancle in One year.
For tiny patrticulnrs writo to PIcekeLs
and Agreney, Pickmis S. nC