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THlURSDAY, NOV. 2,ii
Columbia Is in the zenith of her glory.
The caill was opened last atmiday for the
first titte, and she will now realize, we
hope, some bellefit frolin her pet.
The laying of the corner stone of the
Confederate monument in Greenm ille city
was Celebrated last, ''Lursday with appro
priate ceremonies. Gen. Capers, of ''u
lumbia, delivered anl address.
We dislik;e to kiek for ours--elves or1..pRr1',
One clse, but W( do wish tIle " -IlnVille
NeWS WOUld realChI UR occ-s' 11kUll on timelf
to receive it 0 ' UI m11orning I It,as ill ih
Last Sa:tunixt dohniadu
clerk inl lillif a presciptil, pult upl m1Ilor.
phin le..ISofta tl Of 111i IiIne. ThI e pa Irent.I
fbiVe one ulose to Ihuilr little 411ill 111111 d.ent
to prenohing, and on returning foimi thwil
little one CO16 inl tlh:Iih. W%Ik a t a ITribli
shock to the plrellts allil aIt terrible illistakI
by U!:e dru".lek
1last week t'.. LaureuSVille el start
ed inl onl its- forty ixth v"Ihmov. I1 is old.
ubit t wellty ye.ilr VOlllelr1 tha1n its senio
editor, Col. T. B". ,re(w. IN. i'4 certainly I
veterall editor lis pal-pe I"Is lived Itm
Ilourlishled to sEve thle (Iuliet little VIP!- grmv
.mito a tiriving anl prosperous city. ThI<
Herald oughtt Io flourisli. It Is wim;lon
and experienive inl its senior edlor, :tn<
pilik, enterprise and entlhistim ;in its jun
i0or editor. Col. I". C. Wa'IS.
The IIIst two- isusOf thet 6ENNTINE
haive bIeenl -enecrally commlelded ais bri-Ih
In bo ll ndmlld iiIg wih i eI w't. Iheq editr ill
Iadvertently nlegle-cto Mo mntl!ion thle fav
that Ie Ilad tllv valuable 1' ista n 1, of Ml
C. E'. 11hllhmsoin in pri-cuI ing and wriil
up thle nww. Mr. NolIbIns0 iHn on IhI
Sta' 111d is ail 1141riz-d Io r i ail. n
eipt for subcriptiins or aly siis <h I tl
Vul lir. we fev sure thit i e wvill bI)e
valtable aid, and10 thakt o rIli ILade l l il al
preciate hlis efforls.
A l(legation fromAngsta avanna
Athiens aid othr Il tonS kamoI lonit SavaI
IIh rie I ( I 1 G -or:iI Sidi., na.41 frill
Abbe-ville. AiAvrson, Port1 Itavall anild oil
er voili ties onl te S uli t ' 11111 V i'rolina i ,il
in convelio.1at Auustim th 19th insi.
and paFsed -soliti i ll - l iet Ihat 1111
smn11ti.1 i-t ads (f1t il e erI
atl allao. ' At(i13 thgion i il lilbie Ie
to W.ashinto l~li~ a ait (lonh longru.ls i
las al thist've rive sofi'me. Alnidl
tiof I Itwoul be sofe isreat covieni'l
andueules tIo thlie along11o the rie
iae itide nav ixt:ablieli lol i
W'' o er i ne:nherskllll'5 of1 !b aeislatuIi(
wi nort ol the fitta hf n n <
more tie at our failIS neo eaf ar o,a
cougrn her t'i pl>in. The cr'imtiigm
tookds unearlyd t ilh' lwtte, andi i
comyer idott t try~ o mxpore than ha
thead e fuir ca.n onbest,inence thenel'i
malsnd ontaeir livid t ooer, uno
tur Mlarch tort, a f, however, g twte
tid any dtrInk alB Gnll Nti wle e
fthe, uetrasltrnek they otilpen lisen
weearin hr f a Ithouhln be nII
andot nt ee wratit. nSohe iii' r ei1
ctersen tie lilyeand cte landthe fr
Wye ho(luristhr will not $c a oveteo
thevIs ofn lovter,e to aseak had
Tiatthe badrTaved ivig had come o
peiol renvefro thenkfuttSme tIal
x"hankfuloalllse time. fOhe raie 'thai
Sony; atile. AhmyOtSfi wi'. h1o1 '"rie f
Scr~J ius: d Inrhi membtt s "of Ol "chun
a; re a~tsh:nel. etank o o ful.r rustoel
muhth rit the God atif ehds
STATE IOUSE NOTES.
,he Comptroller Ueneral recomends the J.
rment of claims against the country hes
ough his.oice. This is one part of his 1101
>ort to the General Assembly about Noi
Iic4 lie hits not studied much. The coun- spo
a prefer to have local self-government. the
icy can n'anage their own affairs. The the
ministration of three or four counties foil
the State liias been bad. The other thir
-one well managed. Let them alone to
At the three or four learn to do better. tui
le want no centralization. Pickens coun- co
- (1ilils can be Fafely intrusted with any I
nount of money. be
The following is from the report of the W
ecretary of State: ki
Tle nimber of persons relieved or sup- of
orted inl the poor houses vary from 6 in si
hinter to 199 in Berkeley. In Iichland th
here were 126. Thw average weekly cost II
>f supporting each pauper in Berkeley was
8 velits, (honce $2.54 and in lIiebland a
1.82. In Stunter the value of the por
iiue establisImient has been inpeased il
1,r1m $1,two to - I,500u.
It Alows itself wihat foll,-it wout e to
iave a State poor nouse it olubia.
le cou it ieseaii mana e ' ese things bet.
er amii .m.-re econo ally the State. The
p1, Hikiing inl ( ' . mbi:a would cost as much
as all t conoity poorlheuses put together.
LetVAem be as they are.
I IS recommendliation of more and better
liglits foir Ohe Geicral Asseibly should be
heatily enlorCd by that body. lie wants
to eliminaie gas aind substiltue electricity:
All the gas ftirnishers will object, but as
1 the pli is feasible and both a time and
money savcr it should be adopted.
Thel (ompinller General recommend
all Imsu.mo Commissimner, another
IllIer. l1is salilry is to be $2,100. This
will increase the expense of lie State Gov
-rineint. If le is anly aeomt,l at all, lie
will Fave the SIlate tll tiles that umlount
i every year. flet ns llive ai 1nsurance Com
Imssioilrr. Inlsoat.nc is Ihout to become
I thle largest hu.iness inl the State.
Tile Colp rollir (eiieral actuilly recom
i(Ids Ili amendment of the law for tlie
cssessment and taxation of property." If
Solomon wi. lire lie could not tell what
tlik law is now, and ie and Solon both
could not fix a satite that, would meet. the
exigenlcy in this State.
- cA lng w(ary sessitn awaits our Solons,
if hi 1iy unertake to lear the full report of
- .idge Malier on theO vc(tifeition of oi
liws. Tlwiv will I little time for fun for
v lie I 'i fithfil and cmiscientimis legislator
ly the lime tlhey, are tlirougli with the re
piorts (if the Slae oflicers. mani will b(
ready to cry ot: "No ore! unless it is
.\; ti Legilaitue has so much exti
work oi its limids it houhl not undertake
to) do1 any1oihing wvithi the consliitutionial
amendment abolisling he oilice of couity
commissioner. Tile law in regard to these
ollIvers will be of fol ce intil it is repealed
It. did not, fall Witli the Consittitionl. I
wtill n 11uir. mich tinmt and car-efil stud)
t- to get upl) a syte-Im that will take the plae
i- of the present alirangemienit.
he Supleint(eiilent Mallield wanits mior
it mioney' for the public schols. P'ickenl
al (c1ont doeLs not . wanlt any3 higher schoc.
a- Ia x thani sIh' is painhg- two miilhs mand th
toI that th cion(* I!titut ion he so) amndied as t
pro'4vide for1 ai plI tax oIf miore than on
dlar It' go at this we shoul d fur'the
unwnd byl 1cutlItinig down tIme conistituticns
It wo4 Iiis schIool tax l ione milh. Th
around,14 and we wou(Jtld vote_for them.
TheIll supi1ertendenCt i.s abou~t right in sayin
thai t thli haanls ofi ex aminer s sh<muld hav.
more~~ pay. Titme has hecome too shioi't am
pei4 us41 to b e rit ed o1 'J(f an~y citizen with
hi'' show vi vI l'.aily thalt lie is fat
at from beiuz s-aistied withI the atinlllistratil
t- schood 4llon.issionecr shlouiI the aplpoinlte
kill ea~ch t'ongre~sionaIl district. Of coiurs
We n ill hiav'e to excuse thema for the priei
Itlinit iln regardI to theI( Normal school of ti
11n1 ('2a1 denyi it. ' Dut it s4houlld be pos
W' are sorry to note h thait the Sumpeil
I.tenden lt is deprli ved of his~ tili(ce by tI
Stte l lose conunllission lie hIas lih
'I1 r 11rom1 thle Slupremeit ('ourt1, thle t1o
lit rl. The Supren,e Icou'Irt, need not laugh
f- (If I 4h1irat41ion must hiave' someW place to k
' i- TIIt II.ll I .1 Ia l2P( i'5 .
to) keep you11 poIstedt oni its pr'ogre'ss. It w
ayI not1 bIe built1 by~ the firist of Jan:uary, '1
ichibut It wiill ('(me1 julst as s(oon15 as hei iremt
etaince's will athunit. The bonds will not
i15- demanded oi' delivietd until the e'ars r'oli iln
tes thle inIcorporlate limits (If Pickens and d
Pit' liver' some fre'ight. Mr. Blurekhailter is g
ding ahead perfeeting his planis, but he hi
er- to4 stop) occasi4inally to ('at atnd sleep ai
ie settle wVithI his grocer about once a wvee
es- Besides, lhe has become a suibscribier to il
er- Suc-rixIN . andit its pag's c'hiimii his attenith
mr11nc ai week. Look11ing the iw hole situiati<
eover fromi a business stlndpoinlt, we s
're nothing in the way of the road's beii
11a1 comp111leted4 ini a reaisonafble lime. It is n
bai ta work of gracee, but (of pr'oit. This is
Ne'arcity of 3Money.
IMr. Keitt says "'fromil every quarter I
ilI thle 'ouint ry comes1(' the comuplai-' of Il
gs. !seai.eity oft money'.'' In 0one sen1se 'alt
ted true, and wold( be true wer'e the circulatic
the a hundred doillars per capita; for the:
led1 would he secarelty of monelIy even thie
>la. with mtny people. But Mr. Keitt roee
thet to a general scareity.
hat * * * * *
in The reasen thabt money is scarece wit
ro'b us is that we send iearly all our money I
is other sections of the country, in the shla[
ool of tariff and penionls. which we cannl
ou help, and for corn, mules, bacon and othe
to-. thilurs lhat we might raise at home.-Nez
TINE COTTON qUESTON.
McD. Bruce, of 11agood, Bruce & Co.,
shown us the cotton circular issued by a
ikins, Dwight & Co., dated the &th of
retnber, 1891. After saying that the b
t sales have been short, and reviewing li
October prices in the Contract Market,
y conclude this branch of the subject as
rho buying early in the month was due i
reports of killing frost anl low tempera
e in the south. The Bureau report was
very good, but all other influences were
1npletely ovetshadowed by the enormAi\s
>veiezt of the crop. Killing frost has
et reported from numerous places, but
my advices indicate that but little dae 8a
e had been done on accoint of tl,.
ather and small top crop, whilw disr,(,-1
town that the receipts are '3 atLcation
the crop, yet their, iffs 1oY voluml1e
tggered every w ,) h- -t is surprising
at there has nlociateg -a greater decline
Laa it1, iP ; has been unich less dispo.
61 .. Nate, and ianly people ate not
take the "Bear" side and see nc
.utcwineut to buy. Our stock af cottou1
Is ainlost till liedged by sales of contracts,
and tierefore re :resents a long interest il1
the market. \Ve think the snort interesl
has been increasingof late, and the "Heals'
are now quite confident that the markel
nust decline to (lite low prices. Unde
these circumstances the market gives wa3
slowly It steadily, and will not cliang(
until a sharp drop in the receipts comes.
The following very pertinent remarki
are made on the Crop Prospect:
We are in a decided ninority, but thinl
this crop nay prove very much Itss that
current estimates. No one can tell unti
December or January, for receipts are no
till then any indication. The weather ha
been almost the reverse this fall, of las
year, then the rain and late fih added a
least one million bales to the -rop. 'rhi
year a hot dry beptember was followed b,
very extensive killing frost in October atn
very low temperature. Last year pickin
continied until spring, and no killing fro,
unttil Deceinbwr 8th. Last year's crop ha
a good start, this year's cropi a poor one
last year a wet full, and cotton growing t
til 1eeenber; this year very dry, with kil
ing frosts October 3d to October loth i
many sections. The popular idea of thb
crop is now about -'M nillion bales.
Here is also an instructive paragrap
from what they have to say about Trad
It is said business with the East It.di(
would be better if they were not afraid <
some inOre wild silver legislation by til
Uniited States. We have managed to hu
.,50o,o0o tols of silver, lit it in o1
vaults, and still trices for silver declim
What at coinnientary on the liscal policy 4
our govurnment !It will continue to d,
range trade and be a menave to ile price 4
silver, for no one val permanuentlt del
the lavs of supply and deand. Oth1
couitries are reported as doing it fair b
iivs- ii Maciehister. but thie general trm
ouitlook is worse than a year aigo.
In regard to the proswect in general t
circuiar concludes as follows:
A,; stated last month, t lae statistics are i
against high p1rics, an11d we (n1111 ad but 1
tle to what was then said. The planters
the souilth aire marketing their cotton ve
freely, fearing to lold and make saich a
vele losses as iley did last season. So lo
as receipts are so enormous, there can
no lieanmenit improi-vemnt. As ouir
vices indicate thait panters will sell f-et
again at any advance of c. (4 ic., any I
provemenlit is likely to be tempirary tan
something more decided can be learn
about the crop. We do not see anythi
Init lower piices ahead, with i a coanmere
crop of 7- mnillion bales. By at comm
' i'ial cropi we maean the qIpiantit y oif cott
marketed from 1st Sepltemaber to 1st Si
ie Cotton is low ini price, and we amay fi
a huayers for t his crop1 e'ven if a large oune,
or abhouat 7Ai'. ini thle soulth. on account
its unuatsually tine quality; bu we are'trei
e ingi new antd unred grounaid in t he hist<
s oif cotton, anid piredtict ions ale (it little vall
> lhese quoitaitionis thlrow muchl light oi
sithuat ion, comting as they (do from suel~
r taustwolrthy souarce'. There is munch in1
i assertion that "'preditionas :are of lttlb:1
iiue,"' butt it is p)lain thaut this yeatr's expi
ence will be worth inillions to the south
TilE T.ilNtcFF TAHE INNI'E.
Tine Senatinel lUau IHeen Say iug So
lne Tfina--Allascenoen, heced
- Thiuie ena ugha has elapsedl since the:
elect ions to aidauit of (11hn1 j1ugment e
ceiio thae results. Andai thec sooner<
rIeinitg meni and th ma iasses read caha
i ths latr esults iand uanderstand themtu-tI
aelat ionts to atiterdeniCft ev' tnts andut pirioba
trelat ion to the fuatunr- -tihe better for
Most of the leading papers anad pol
e' citans hatve givetn tat terance to thesi r est itm
. of thiese results tad what thley sigify
.. the ftutare. Most, of' thiose who have spi
eni have spokena well, antd with greater
less dlegree of atccuaracy'.
In outr jutdgmencat thne results show, as
* beent pertinenatly teitnrked byv aliost,
e the D eaneerautic aund Rtepuliican papr
o thait t he taittil is not a di:oi issute. It I
tii(t beetn at dea'd issue for fortty years.
- hias tanore than onace b.een ('towided ito
baackgronud fur awhlile, lbut hike alil ill
tionis Itanut intvo)lve at inc iilhe of jutst ice a
i- equi1it s between dIi Ilerenit ilausses ofi p
e, pie an Ite satine( cutr y, it will a:raina a
agin ise up1 1 to Iplza-te thei goveriueti
tIl it isi set ledI right.t :
loTi' 1)meaiic party lnmst retuatn to
dtrnofa tartiff for revienue (itly. 01
tiear to tr(ee trade its poussile. It c'Zaa
ifwin bef,otre the people int a conites't (in
tauriT whiete theure is less than la per' ic
itnt the adi valorema tax actul Ily ini operti
unadir a IAepuablicat aitanillist rat ion and
proplosed by3 the Mills b ilh, --Coittona Pia
CI(lnA.rrI', N. C., Nov. 17. 1891
J. E. Uons, EsQ., P'ickens. S. (.
allI a.an Sta< Th'e following let ter' ft
'2, the maunager oIf (our1 seabhoart depiartmt
I). touagh which deptartmnt, the ianua
wvas plaiced on thle life ofi oveatnor LI
eof llhode Islah,d, speaks fur itself:
to N uw YoiuK Ct rv. Nov. 1th, 1891
',_ MyI )aAn Sta: In thte matter of the
-tiele as punblishedi in the Newv York Tliu
iS tunder iate of the 8th inast. , rebtitive to ti
1(d Ladd of Rlhode Islandai, and Fredet
s. Webbter, I wouahl state:
eFirst, It is charged that Latdd is insui
withI us for .$I(10,000. This is faalse.
"curries with us $50i,00O. It chiatrgeid I
ml Laddl's insuance was writ teual uon thei
~e tribt'ation phmua. Th'lis is false. Eachl oif
polleies is oan flhe twenty-year (endowni
>t Seconad, It ischarged tha Giov Ladd
a instared by Webbier. TIhis is 'tise. La<i
applienatioins were secured hiy ithuer age
t'hirdl, It is charged that WVebe naot,
ly mnisrepresen'atedl the lisurtee of Gii'
>t nor Ladd, bitt that he thecreafter gloried
ec the doinig. Thais is false. Webbier
k ne'ver solicitedc Goiv. Ladld fur interanuce
n Ini fact, the whole article is false fi
e beginning to end, from side to side, ta
n top to bot tom, and thaeae is no(t a scinatilh
'a tr'uth in It. I remain
Vea'y truly yoiurs,
(Signed) HENIIY WV. BA.wmN,
o Youtrs trualy,
'e (Signed) WMr. IH. BaRans,
r Per Chuas. 0. Whaituae)
r- p. 8. Here is another of the Tfita
The Banks onTop.
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 18.-Th, banks
c on top now. Judge Hudson deelded
>day that the comptroller general In order
ig the auditor to increase the returns of
anks acted without authority of law and
Is act is therefore illegal and nugatory.
The case cane up on a petition form
vrit of mandamus by the Newberr
ional bank to compel the county
o change his tax list and tay,.l 1.'and
educe the aFsessinent eturns as
nade by the prq4idektf 'a ank. The
)etitioll lias grau ' / 3e clerk of the
,ourt, was o orthwith issue the
vrit. a '
ThE a' 7 as represented by J. F. J.
41 , 1sq., and Assistant Attorney
, eral Townsend represented the auditor.
Thip return &.aieceed by the township
board of asessors and the county board of
eqnalIzation. The - market value of the
stock is about $60 tho share above par.
The con ptroller general ordered the audi
tor to change tihe return and place the
stock on the tax duplicate for taxation at
Its inarket value, thereby increasing the re
turns of the bank about $8o,ooo. Under
this decision the auditor has to correct
his tax duplicate so as to restore the origi
inal valuation of the property and make
the corresponding reduction in the tax pay
able by tihe banks. The case will go to the
suprenie court.-Greenville News.
In tho Good Old Timtes.
Mr. Thos. Parkins has shown us a bill of
two bales of cotton sold by his father in
llamburg in 18 18. The two bales weighed
1 682 pounds awl he got for it 71 cents per
poutd. In part payiment for the cotton lie
received 2o pounds of coffee at to cents
per pound; Io poin(ds of sugar at to cents
per pound, and 29 pounds of ir-m at $1.88
for the lot.
lie also exhibited to us a bill of goods
S bought fron a merchant by lis father in
t 1845. For ozenburgs lie paid 11 cents per
t yard; for 4-wtds-of elio' lie paid 37.
cets; set ct4ps and saucers, 31-k cents; 1
pound of sulphur,.12. cents.
It will lie interesting to compare the price
of these articles with the price of the sanie
tr oods at this time. It inav be a little
comfort to U.ie farmers to 'realize that
cotion has been down to the unrenu
nerative pr'ice that it is now. But then
there were no guano bills to pay out of the
cotton crop.-Ensley Democrat.
The royalties from Moody and Sankey's
famous 'Uospel 14yaus" have amounted
e to $1,1200,000, every pen:iy of which has
gone for charitable purposes.
f Cllerk'R Sale.
e STATE. OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 3
Counity of Pickens, 5
In imlnom n Pleas.
IfJohn H- Archer *et al
y John F et
r Gonplaint for Partition.
i- B3V virtue of a decrotal order made
le in tfle abov stated case on 8th Oct.,
1891, 1 will sell to the highest bidder
at PicIrens court hiouse during the le
gal hours for sale, oll
.%aleday in December,
in next, the following real estate:
ry All that piece, parcel or tract of
e- land, lying,. being and situato ill the
1 county id State aforesaid, in Easley
- Township, containing twenty-tWo and
iy one-half (221) acres, more or less,
n- bounded on the north and west by
lands of John Lathem, on the east
b)l y) John F. Merrett, on the south by
al Glenn Sinith and J. W. Ellison.
r- Also all that other piece, parcel or
uni tract of land ini the aforesaid county
lP- and State, adjoining the first mn
mid tiioed tract, Glenn Sinith anmd Moun
at ,roe Ellison, conltaining twventy-two
of (22) acres, imore or less. These twi
"(1- trac.tsl will b)e sold together.
v Terminis cash1 wVithlin one hour after
he sale. Purchaser to pay for all papers.
nov.a ) J. M1. STrEWART',
he nv.9Clerk of Coiurt.
"E AND) LIFE
ad IN SURAO E
W~IVritten (t thec Senti
.TICE'I TO DlTOl)IS AND) CHED)
- L:1.IT( lt.$. '- I piresons holding clairn
ataisite estaite of .lamies 0. Mosley (IC
iceaedu, late of- Pickens County, Sout 1
uit, 'arolinaz, w.ill preent the lciIegally atte(st
iCee edt to thle nidiimnIiied by 1st r f .Janiuara
mild for paymewnt or he bazrred; and those iin
dehi id toi saiid estat11e will make paymuen
- by Janouairy 1st 9.
W. 1. PlRICE,
ar- MIS. N. 8. MOSLJEY.
'Snov. 5i, 1891 w4 A<hninistrators.
ick NOTICE OF F1NAL SETT"L'EMENT
red icrebyv giv n( ot ice t hat I wiill ap
11 e ly to .1. 11. Newhierry, .1 udge oif Probat
li Dlcember'm, 15191, leer hie' ' to make a fi na
hj i-eltitlen of t he . esti'e f lumvina12 Itn l'
ent 4l ec4ase'. ando ask to be dismise:
wa -. J- It. h1ALEI'NTINE,
li Barber ShopJ
11 I'r'ar of Mau,sion I LOuse(,
of GItlEENVILL,E, S) C
An easy' shave gnaranteed. liair iieaitl,
amnd tiateftdily (out. Sbamnpoeing and1( hail
,(dycing. Itazoi- sharpening a specialty
' Iair tonics .for ('riathenting danldruff am
irritaitioni of the scalp for isle.
lliekey:a Magic Ilairaliumo always oa
'hanid and for sale.
a's HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Your patron a eeeao isicpn,,uly olci
O- 2,000 Hemora
N Try Us ov
Are your Windo
R We Can F
The Finest Pre4
We offer at IEDUCED PltCES,
H. C. I
G. W. S1 R11Nre E, suiperin
Tlhe getherin' uiv the stuff' is becer,
TI.he tryines. time uv all thle yee-r;
And while good plel pay tli(er hil
The had mani don't kmu neer.
The good man buys our mete at
And nev'er duz lie run,
But bad men wishes we wer tded,
So ded, we kuidu't duni.
Th'Ie erly spring brawt sichi a krowx
We kudni't beer it thunder;
Whbat menes all this sudden chan
From good to bad, we wonder!
That band muan F;ed he'd surely poy,
HeC'd kum right up to taw,
But now lie goe's sm other wa
And never shaiks our pw
We sold hmiim honiest, so lid goods,
Weo tride to) dii our best,
In fact we sold him al1l we' kould,
And no)w-he's snumwhar ini t
That bad man sed he surely kumn,
. Grate teers stud in his iz",
HIe sed he had1( 1no bred at hmome
And toild lots uiv other lize.
He sed he liked our wa the b es:t,
(We know he liked ourban,
But when the thing k um tu a test,
That nman, his flight had takeni.
If you'll sta gon, olie "vagabone,"
Anid neover will kumnlbak,
You're welcomec to all vou've st<
And I'll thro)w in this Ahmnanack.
W. T. McFAL L
Write for .i:
BRYANT & STF
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a tlo rtyclc. of theS bscZt ya rs of thlriI3
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and is th re rOFU A,r ULCES, 84ut
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snd temp. esoig h onttt
wht, Tpad ro nawc:-auie.
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ret ons arh liowed.:e.9e
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J C. JEFFRIES,
No. 79 Law Rarge,
GREERVILLE, S. C.
Practices in all the courts. Can give
very best re(erencei. Telephone No. 79.
II. 0. Bowen. J. B. Freeman,
B OWEN & FlIEEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ap"y1 PICKENS, B. U.
W i..s & On, J. E. Bo0, -
Greenville, S. C. Piclkena, 6. 00,
ELLS, OUR & BOGGS,
ATTORINEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS C. H., M. 0,
M. F. Axtsr, C. L. Il-1NosWORTH,
Solicitor 81h Circuit, Pickens, S. C,
Greenville, S. C.
A NSIL & IIOLLNGSWORTH,
- ATTOINEYS AND COUNSELORS
PICKENS C. H., S. c.
Practice in all the courl of the State,
a.o atteition given to all business entrus
ted to t'iel. mh14 .88tf
ILL & WELI)ON,
122 Main Street. GIIEENVILLE, 8. 0.
(as given every Thursday and Friday,
.-nd teeth extracted withouit paml.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Mv Deltal Rooms aro now located in
W. I'. CIeveland's new building over the
Savings' Hank and Felton's Book Store.
.J. V. NORWOOD, 1). D. S.
W. M. Ncuwoou, 1). 1). S.. Assistant.
GMEENVILLE, S. 0.
It. J. P. CARLISLE,
Office over Westinoreland Bros. & Duke's
j:rn1'80 GREENVILLE, S. C.
) . FRANK SMITII,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is now plrmanently located at Easley,
and rspectfully offers his professional
services to the publiv generall. 2jan90
J. J. LEWiS. JULIUS E. BOGGS.
d Th'le Pickenls Land Agetiev now has for
s::le the followin d<sirable'lands.
1(I1 are on waters of Saluda iver, 1
mile frm easant Grove church and
schol 4 l(m-e : 25 acreis cle-m-ed land, 0i
ls bralch bottioi; oil Iblic road, wel I
Wlt e(e Plrice $301 cash.
215 acres of hid in lurricane town
silp 1-war. Dalton; 15 acres in) cultivation
1hhmeI inl oriinaitl forest abounding in
the bes t pine timber; vell watered; price,
o5a. one-half eash bahu cc at 8 per cent.
n. :rl - miles of Liberty oI it road
*fromi Grlee ville to Old1 Pickens; 126 acres
ii eitivationi balance fine pie and oak
iitimber; w411i diide ito three or four
tra:i'ts : t brece settleme.nts on the place. A
li' A I .is' imd lot on Main at the head of
houarin St reett. Gomd two storp house
wiith aull necesisary ouit butildlings.
-t0 arres5 iln Dactusvi lle towm;ship ten
miles- fromi Greenville on public road; 195
h arein~21I Iut iva11titon, 40 ac~res good bot
tii m :,n 'i 125 in pa1sture; mdie and a half
aniii rlm (lirc ndt1 schl,) house; three good
an t nu.t houses.(5 well watered; would sell I a
re on tiract or divide in t tracts. Part cash,.
- habs(ionlon 112inie at 8 por cent.
Al' esiable fialif acre lot on2 Garvini it.
:nii IPendh-ton ave; .'100. Also desirable
lht fro:.t ing on lloweni street; *100. Best
606*l~i ars iln Iastatoe township, good
tenant ho'use, 15 acres in cultivation. kal
anee~~' w tir. t imher and grass; $1,5600 on long
ni220) a(rrEs in Central township, 114 a";os
* inl enni i ' at ion, 40 alcres tine pasture. bal
ng -et ini lest of timber; 3 miles of rail
r' :1(1 stat ion, i mile of church and school;
wU. iill bn. sold ('liap) and( oin (cusy terms.
ths tmt, No. 18, in the town of Pickens,
cotanitt f an acre frotting on Maim
.,t reet. ('ast of D)r. J. F. Wil[iams'.
A tootl harigain--i 1 acre in Dacusyille
wh owniship, -10) acres ini cultivationl; splendlid
Iitber ti; nile ot(f church andl school; de
sirale nueighborhiood. P1rice $900; easy'
te terms P.
mek- 100t act 4 miles west of Pickens on
bakWlhllIIa road1; level land1(; wi lk make
h'ndlt id farm;, timb er is ne. Must be
rb ed acs onLittIle E'a~statoe, 40 acres In
I (tlt iv :1t loln. 1t0 acres btottonm, 11 acres its
21o1 ''a1( tur1(II, good)t ltg house, 60 acres n
a1 'e (tra.SS, not fenced, stable for four
-ii hos. llThis julace is well watered and a
1111 lit'Imr ai t $5001.
A di .sirattle lot on Main street, Pickens,
most valuabl lot i town; price $800.
A h:armi cf 238 acres 4 tmile's west of
ic k els; 30 acres cleatred, balance in good
Iinmber; well watecred by creek and
springs; lear Cl oncord church and school
hoI e desirable necighlborhioodl. Pric $1,
I2 acres northwest of Symmnes' mill;
70 ars in cuiltlvationi, 25 acres iln bottom
hmdic onl Fifteeni Mile Creek. In a high
staite of etultivat ion; good bulildings; fine
wa ter anid a good orchaird. Termns, 8 per
ei.t. ; time,1' 3 years.
A splndidl farm of 100 acres, 25 miles
I north1 (if P1ickens on gradled roado; three
(.o)od tenan11lt houses. 610 acres in high state
tf cult iv~at ion, 30 acrt.s becst Twelve Mile
htotllm; doecs not ov'eillow ; fineC lasture of
LT 10) acres, good fen1ce, gtod wvell (of wateor
antw gtood sptrings. WVill sell on easy
he terms1. Piee *1,800.
n,100 ac(re's near Central with 75 acres In
Its a high state oif ('ultiva.tionl. Good dwell.
Os inlg andl ne(essa ry ouIt butildinlgs.
It '2001 acres on 1h ('row Creek ; 75 acres
,, 1 nert s of' it withbout a ditch; thle bottom
hu1:d not subtje'ct to overllow; half n le of
nu11 ll an gIl, oWne i mile of school and
____chturchi. Price, $2,000; terms easy.
I7 ees n(I'Slear Ptlmpkintownl int origInal
fIr (t; 100 acre lies wel and111( tinmber fine.
Prhl - 350.
Also -1(00 acres iimliproved traet
101 ac(res lhet tin! 21nimproved; 350 acres of
* tracit ini .rigintal Itilber. Price, $450.
S.5 acres 2 milhes southwest of Cross
A Plaiins on1 walters of (Georgc's (creek; good
41.11011 land, one-half in original forest;
ime' inniher; aho120t 35, acres cleared and in
a high stat e of cultivation; good water and
h'a necessary buildings; terms easily.
'21 neres5 jus5t north (If town, joins the
(''[(l rat e limiuts, all In cultivation, 10 acres
.. of th 11inest5 bottom hand, Line building -
site'. 'This is a good bargaIn for a person
watn small farmt near town. Price
70,half entsh, balance in on eyear.
For ay p:uiticlarst' write to Plcn
u Lann. AmneCT Pietrans, S. V.~