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PICK.ENS C. E., k1. C.
9 E. BOGGS, Editor and Proprietor.t
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A-Ivertisements iiscrted at one dollar
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quent ins-Ortion. Iabheral discount made
tf mivtrclants and others advertisiIg for
six 'rtits or by the vear.
ZWYPUSITLION AD) ElTISE3IENTh
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Tribit es of Itc-spect, CommniItill ijcat-ion
Of I. persoial claracter, whenl adiissa
ble will be char-ed for as advertisemets.
TIIUR1,DADY, FEB. 4, 1892.
IN A BALLOON.
We did not know what was the matter
with the Journal, or that there was really
nnSthing the matter. Itt it had been very
quiet, peaceful and courteous for a year. It
has been startled from its pacific conli
tion by the following editorial thought:
"The People's Journ:d has etered upon
the work of anolher year, which prolioses
to be of iuisal itICrest and moimienitous in
port to the destinies of the Aiierivan peo
ple. It has its share of Ilie work to per
form in the grund movenent to emalicipate
the people Irom the oppre:sive task-mUtas
ters of plutocracy."
A dream like this would have made Rip
Van Winkle start. This is one of the
,vorst "ccracics" there is. The supple
pleamcut to Webster's Unabridged may de
ile it to be a Governinent by the rich.
But the Journal is trying mighty hard to
make us all believe thiit it is entitled to
m'(1elerslIip inl the "PlutocIACy." It E1ys:
"The Journal has done more advertise
ment its first year I thant at paper in Pick
ens county, barrin-g Ihe fees for the tiln
nouncement of candichates. The Journal
Ilas the largest nubeit.r of paying subscri
bers than any other imper inl tie county."
There are live VoilIImCs of the 61.TNtL
through which if Ihe 'J"1urna1.l shioild look
-it would tfid that it is mistaken on the "ad
vertisement" que-tion. If we have not
been misinformed it is doing this work tco
at 50 per cent less than the SitiSE TI
charges. At such rates the SENiiE.
would have no room for lueal n ws. The
Journal p.ints forty (111iles Ch,10 week.
About .z88 the S:iNIo:t prited each
week forty-five or more. 3 (st of the Jour
Iuls sublscribers 11.Co take t0h Si:xrixar..
There is not a g-aod iusines nui in the
COM)ty WIho WOUliv e:ze i. t l ke the
ENTiT:N.'S for two like the Journa"s.
80 far its the S.:-riNr. is concerned, it
had n1,ot heard that. the Journal w%as "sick
or dying" but it heard thIrougih a ntost
trustworthy st:-.-kholder, that it was inl
debt. There is 110 usv colltenlmiary, to
"et. your lia") up about tlat. You have said
he NIaMe thiniig IId MUCII llore IbIt tile
'peple" ( being in debt. ''iis tho1ugiht. Was
s. bad thought and wu- as a public utter
"It will inake it. quite lively 1et, for
hose wlo hsaVe wishel I for ami pr;)phoesied
i!s early diboltiion, and son.i weak kn1ceed
9lce-h1olestU- , who have forgottcen their
"iod., 1may leh remindcd that the Journal
,stidI in the lanld."
'You dlid not fecl goold a biI just a fter you
-01 that off. You felt like you had bleen
ewing somithinlg tirceisoiely toti.1b, you
it it oat and it. smielt like l urn, leather.
is a slamn on all the (huice-holders. Why
'id you not give us their namnes? ~Maybe
e'll help you " wool" emt. We n.ver did
te the field against at mani seekingt a counl
(o1lice. B3ut if youi ead oIf right we will
- to follow. Our edito.rial curiesity is ias
bas thce new court house till we know
eweak-kneed gentlenmen. Weak-k need
*d kniock-knieed mn shll not ha&ve iee
thIs county if wve can help you ptrevenit
. W are nmot iartiularhi iibout thleira hels i
r their e!bowvs, but we shall see thait their I
nees are perpendicular. Let this bee no
e(e to every body. W'eak-kneed ollice 1
'old.ers get them knees right, if you don't
1- Journal is going~ to stand you oni yourr
.Lhiis sudden attempt of the JouIrnal to
ili itself over the fence by the tugs of I
iS boots, will be a great relief to '"the
argest niumb~ter of paving subscribers than 1
ny p aper haes evershadie in Pielcces counity.
*iey haive been confroentedl every week
vithi this notice at the head of the locnl
colunitt. ''The J ournael needts a little muoney,
ot mutch, bitt what it does nteed it must
av."Thsor thle editorial onle is le shi.
Vlhich? Neo, esteemied conitem)poraery,don't
y to:tbulldoz7e the free lborn white men of
iecs (countty to support and stand by
-on. Deserve it. Th'Iat is the~ way to get
.Ihecafter you ibraz On u.s antd we wilt
-rag on yeu, anmd we umy fool our reaee s
* to thinking we have both learned some
"IOI'LL liE NonETlNA'r'..9
Manty remeimber thle late Se'nator Bieman
ec wits oce presiding atl a teowni metting
*lied foir the tneomination of cilleerse. It
cd been airranlged, it seemis, tha:t al certaint
Izent was to be nomtiinted feor a certitin
dee. TIhis eie,..'Vieame restless 1e *,ce
olay of rout ine work and kept risinig 1but
bce Chair would as promptly reequire him
) sit dlown. Alt last lie atrose up impatiently,
whten the Chir as impatiently storedc out
1:t hhm. ''You sheust tatic youtr seat. I
. ou'll be noinlat&- " If we are not ntomii
nated for Glovernor pretty soon somebody
will have to tell as to) sit down.
I on't call a, mlanI d dotmagogue beceause
hie is on thte other' side.
Don't believe everything you hteiar
Don't tell atnything y'ou d10 not hiotnestly r
bliheve to be trute.
Two men can ruule otn one horse, but no
one main can ceier drive in two butggies at
Ant organ iniformse uIS the State levy fer
next year is half a mtill less thaln the pIre
vious hovy. A niewspaper Ite us that this
hc 'y is made on a raised atssessment whtichi
w' ll make outr State teaxes $44,000 more int
'1 8me thtan they were in 189)1. Both arc
(Crrect. Support tIhe how tax hight asses.
ment Governor if you watnt to. We can
taud It If the rest can.
'bThe fourth Congressional district will r
hae atnother shakhing upi this sumimer.
Ifon1. John Sam Verner lhas antnouncd hits
canideacy, Senator D)onaldson Is reported
to bec In the race and the p)resent incumbent
G. W. Shell hopes to hold the seat. Whto
Why the little patent aheet country
fieekly has the audacity to attermpt to
alin on- their readmr the ideas
Ind oplailons of this.Gurdian Saint,, (il'he
itate)a their own. We would suggest to
hem,. t the interest of their readers,. that
icy heve the blank side of their patent
heets printed in the State ollice,. and the
work- of rehashing fresh and interesting
ending iatter would be saved, evidently
o the delitlit of the readers. They would
Ien get the sitie thing in muef better
hape than, they are now compOled to
ake in the present Unuseating mess.-Peo
The first period of. the above does no(
uy anything but its effort needs a reply.
rhe Joiunal would be a great deal more
readable, if it used a patent outside. Lt.
stead of this it uses on its outside, every
week from three to five and. one half col
umns of boiler-plate matter, interspersed
with hideous engravings to illustrate a
stale and fictitious love story. This is very
old and tiresome compared to the sparkling
miscellany which appcars on the "little
patent sheet country weekly," But the
Journta look a whole stick from the State
last week without credit, quotation marks,
rehash or anything of the kind. It
does look like, if the editor of the Journal
could read his plate matter, sterotyped
love story without getting sick, lie ought
not to gag, over a perusal of the "Couitry
weekly's rehash of the States news. Tbis
"iius.-ating mess" no doubt gave rise to
the report thait the Joiral was sick. What
c-Ould be more retsonable? Tike the 'mess"
in broken doses hereafter, anld do not shie
it so much after takiag. The readers of
the SmTIN-L. and Journal will recollect
the editors of the two papers aire lawyers
andl(I do lnot get inad at each other's side re
marks. Tile S rINE-:. is for Boggs and
the Journal ftir T illmian and all three of
the gentli-ten are after tle people's money.
It is a patent fact that terrible inroads
ire being made upon the forests of this
couity. The stately oaks have fallen by
the thousauds '11cith the sturdy stroke of
the farmer. An observant citizen tells us
this is a suidhh policy. Thee is more
cleared land in this county now than there
is labor to properly cultivate and take care
Af it. The same C., penlded in rejtIvinating
lie old, vould paty a iiiuch better dividend
himi in making b:arren the new. Fertiliz
ig the old ficlds adds greatly to the value
)& aiiy rarm; tigiiw down the forests ex
musts and depreciates it. The trees are so
naltn3, hailds which mother earth strebchvs
Forth to diawher susteniace fronm the world
irouln hie. iCut these otT and she will be
*OMet poolr indh-I.. Leave those Lturldy
rees to slii and ,-oftein the droith of
-timmer, and only use their decaying
uk' to spreaud it chterful glow around
he ni0ter's eaithi. lhen thy sons and
1a1ghtCr. will i.e up and call thee bhiss.
Chill tlhi. Is lov geographics and Web
4ter spell it. That little country has he
ha1ved biadly towardi the Unted States,
mt>t if it has ativ Colilmonl sense in ite war
Itl'artmeit, it will 1ot get ;it a (iglit with
mr folks. It andvt we aret mIaking great pre
'arations, but this nly have tht el'eet of
,tarting t) the dentit to have a tooth pull.
Dr'. liasil Mlanly, Pro'fesor of Old Testa
neut and Bitblical Introduction in the
sou thern Bap'tist Trheological Seminary,
l.ed at Loutisville, Kyv., on the al~ st uilt.
Ele had been sick several weeks with pun
nionia resulting from grip, and( he also had
partial stroke of pltJil sis.
Onec reasonl tight times about money
ires; so hard on the debtor class is, that
he price of money goes up and the ('cd
tor class want better rates, so they call in
he'iir loans. If there were no debts for
ntore than thirty day s at a time there would
>e'It n paines.
''lIe has not only slinned agaitnst Demtoc
ncy himself, but hats made all 'Isreal' to
Beg, pardon, but we don't quite catch
he nmte of the last individual. Webster
leclined to introduce uts, as he himself had
ot, thle leailsure of an ac'quainttaince.
Rev. Chas. II. Spuirgeont, the great Lon
on p)reaecher, (lieti at Mentone, England,
horily3 a fter 11 o'clock on the night of the
1ist tilt. iIe had b'een in fiiniig health for a
ong timae and his dea1th was expectedl at
Does prohlibiitionl p)rohibit? School Conm
ntissioner ltrighit says it does for traveling
in thle proh ib,i t ionl roadI is prohi bited by3 the
nuid anid thle had cendit ion of the road.
('ongressiman George Johnstone' has the
hatnks of thle SxtrisNa. fo'i late Washing
oni and( New York papers5 et.utaining all
he Chili war news.
A P'rlinary for. 'osrnor.
It is ai seious r'election upon tlthIle fatirness
aud j ust ice of thle liow-counstry3 pele to
ay thait they are D)em'ratts for re'venute
imly. We hamve alwayuis be'lieved thtat the
,,ioC 'atnd lile' of our pa rty in this State
vouild read(ily grraot a reformi in otur mteth
xis of nlominiat ing ('anlditaltes, if they lad
mi opportunity. Th'le potliteians lave kept
ni abi'ieyanc the right of tihe people. and1(
lie niewa issue is not imnprov'ing thle situa
ion. Elvet ing dlele'gatets to the State ('on.
'ent ion tunderi the plresenit plan1 is a farce
md travesty up1on1 the people's right. Ev
'ry mian eani j udge as we'll of1 the titness
mid etapacity of ciindidttes for Glovernor as
he deClegates for whomi lie is expected to
rote. Th'le pimary is to be hieldl on the
iast rTuesdayv in August, bitt thle decree has
toneit f orth that thle peiople caaunnot be trust
vith t he selection o,f ita ov'rnior and Lieu
enanit Governor. If [lie peoplpe are not
end(y to surrienider (every vestige of their
olitical rights into the hands.of Ite oflIle
uohders atnd ollice-seekers, t hey will revolt
gainmst this fresh iniventio:n of tyrannmy
iid opprtessi'on. -Moutaine ituer.
"Nntne Your P'izen."
Tilhunan, irby and Shell each made an
penting speech of the campaign for this
ear itt Laurens. Each holds a high oflice
vith a big sahtry gotten hby the vcotes of the
tlince. Not one of thenm, according to
lie fullest and frienidliest reports (If their
peiches, madlo the faiitest atllusion to the
Ulllance. They senm to have forgotten its
nission and its demnands. They talk< d of
lie curs, lloodhiounids ando mtoccalsi ns of
laskellism with great earnestness anid vol
ibtility, hut oif the Alliance anmd its prog
'ess and of their initerest in it.s welarue,
hey lad noting to say. Is the Alliancee t<o
>e a mere tool of these olIlee hunters itnd
iolders? Allian'cemen, think of these
hiugs. --umnter Fr'ieemitan (Alliancee).
Judge Noath Davis was born on a farmt
ud realized h'e first moin in sollug e-.
Women seldom ineatin the pleasant things
they say to womep or the anyleasMAi tinga
they say to miein
Backwoods Subscriber-We want ter git
a.look at the editor. Whar 'bouts is hc?
Office Boy-Thnut' llim sleeplug with his
eet on the desk.
Sundilv School Teacher (sadly)-Pim
afraid, Johnny that I will never miect you
Johnny-Why? What have you been
"So you want to know where flies come
fron, do you, Lucullus? Well, the cyclonc
makes the house fly, the blacksmith makes
the fire 1l'y, the carpenter makes the saw
fly, the driver nakes the horse fly, the gro
cer makes the sand ffy, and tihe boarder
makes the butter fly." Doubtless the per
petrator of the above is now making coal
George Jaynes, of Gainesville, Mn.,. is a
rattlesnake farmner in a large way of busi
ness, having about ten thousand of the re)
tiles in stock. IIe keeps tie pests for the
sake of tine oil which ie gets out of them
when they have been fattened and killed,
and ie slaughters about 2,000 of theut
every season. The oil is worth one dollar
The people of Paris consumed within
the past year 21,291 horses, 229 donkeys,
and 40 nules, the meat weighing accord
ing to the returns, 4,615 tons. At the 180
shops and stalls fromlit2 sous to a france a
poind, the latter being the price of the
best horse steaks. Only about one-third of
theineat is sold fresh and undisguised; the
rest is used iu making sauivages, 402 horses
having been seized and condemned as Uln
ilt for foed before being turned into sau.
The public agitation on the frequency of
railway accidents in France has become sc
seriosi that the matter came up at a recent
cabinet meeting wl:en the minister of pub
lic works announced that he was giving his
attention to the question ot givitig greater
secrity to travelers and especially to "les
sening the number of delays to trains,
which have been one of the principal
causes of recent accidents." The matter
has even been brcuight ip by an interpella
tion in the Chanber of D)eputies.
The annual mortality of the entire h
man race aimiounts, roughly speaking, ac
cording to a French iuedical journal, to
33,000,000 of lie sons. This makes Ihe av
crage death per day over 91,000, being at
the rate of 3,730 anit hour, or 62 Ieople a
miinite of the day and night tihe year
rounid. A fourth of the ruce die before
coim1pleting their sth year, and one-half be
fore the und of the 17th year; but the av
erage duration of life is about 38 years.
Not More thnl I person 100,0U0 lives to be
The first transcontinental railway of
South Americn now acks only about fifty
miles of track to complete the line of 850
milvs from ilie Atlantic at. Buenos Ayers to
tle laciic at Valparaiso. This last link
however, involves the difllinit work (.f
crossing the Andes-the s'innmit level be
ing nearly 10,510 feet above tie sea-and
financial and )Oii[ical dilliCuliti's seVi like
Jy to deliay its coinpletion. The joutroey
Over the gap, lgever, can be nmade by
mnules in about ten hours, an11d it is intend
ed to i'l%prove the road so that carriages
ciu be used.
When the Panama can.- was first pro
Iosel a great. cry vent ulp that such a
-.litch" would elndaInger lithe lives of mil
lions of hnumn lins. t wns nrgune that
the waters on the Pacific side ol tine isihl
mus were himkdreds of feet higher than
they wert. on thlie A lniltic side, Ind that
the great rush ot watcers to even up t ie dif
f..eI:ce inl the level of tIne two oceans
wouhl drown uit all sounthern Noi th Ainer
icn, all of the WAest l1lies anld mllost of
Mexico and Ytuealan. Vould-he engingees
and ieinsationalu edlittors paussed t heir opinion
or wrote yards of scmue editorials on tIne
subject. It now turns out that tine Atlan
tic and not the Paeihie is tIne hnigher of the
two oceans, and that in pla1ce oif tine dif
ference in level being hundreds of' feet as
hn.nd beeni atlirmied tIne stirfance of the watter
onn the east side of tine istIinnus is exactly
19~ feet highner thaun it is on tIne western ride.
A VA LUA IULl ItIESENT.
A Year'. Sumbs.eription. to u Poptular A g
riculturat Papier (Ulvena Free to
By a special arrnangemnent with tine pub
lisheis, we are prepatred to fuirnish FRE
to each of our reauders, a vear's subnscrip
tion to tIne popular muothly agricunltuiral
journal, tIhe Amnericann F"arnier,'pulblishned
nat Springhield and1( Clevelaind, Ohio.
This offer is made to any of our snubscri
bers whlo will pay up all arrearanges on sub
scription aind one year in adv-ance, and to
any new subscribiers w~ho( wvill pay one yeanr
in advance- TIhe Amnericani Farmeir enjoys
a large niational cirenlation, and naniks
i.ong thne leading angricutnranl papers. Bly
this arranigemnent it CO STS YOU h(y)T[I.
I NG to reeive thne Amnerican Farmier for
one year. It will lbe to your adlvantaige to
call promptly. Samnphe copies cman be seen
at our of lice.
TiillE STlATI-',0F SOUTil CAlloLINA, '
Conty', ot P'icke's.
Conllmmonl lea's Court. )
Summons for Rielief.
Ex -Parl e'.
Wn. F". Dosdd -- Petitioner,
J1. N. WV. Sithl, S. IR. Smith, E. 'T.
Smith, Mar'thai logrant, Sarahl J1. l)odd,
Leauntna 1B. SmnithI, L. T1. Smith, S. F.
SmllithI, Mary J1. I ilchner, Mamrth InE. Ste
Rt. Smith.,1J. F. Smithn, S. B. Smuithn and
J. A. Smith Plaint iff,
WV. A. Stephe(-ns, Jameiis SmithI, S. V.
Sim it In md ,Jonnan S lphens I )efendnt s.
.Also ian thle (-ase osf thle samne plaiint iffs,
W. 11. (hurettl, Jonens Smnithn, S. V. Smithl
and .Jonn :a St ephiens- -DI etfemans.
Also ini the case of time same phninti ffs,
W. W. ('layton, JTames Smith, S. V.
Sumith nd Jo!.lannan Steph'lens-I )cfemnnts.
To thne D)efendlant, S. V. Smith:
You are lhenreby summnonied and reqpiired
to answer theit p(titio n1~t this act1ion,
which wans filedh in the ohli'e of thne Clerk
of thle ('our't ofC C, Silomm Pleas for thle
('otunty andtc Stante afo' resaitl, on then 7thI day
oif Ja:nuai:ry, 189l2, amnl which is niow' on
hilei in said sile', ande to serve al copy oif you r
ianswerV to then saidc lint it uin on thle subhscri
hers at their iuilice in Pickemns S. C. .withlin
t wenty day3s after thet se'rvice' hereo('f, ex
elusive oif thel( day of such service, ated if
von fail ts answe'r the petitionm within
tIne time afort said, tine peutit iotner ini this
act ionl will app ly to th u'(curt for tine nre
Iief demninded in thle pe~t ituin.
Dated 7th (liy of ,Januairy, 1 892.
C. E. lhom sonN,
J1. P'. (niuny,
At,tornevis, Pr'o Pd .
(t.. s.J J. M. S-Swau-r, C. (0. P. jann I Iwtl
'Te railroad hans no(t vet 'omne toPik
ens, bunt P'ickens is now in speaking dis
14amee oif tIne mail read.
.If you1 are ini LE-sley or P ickuens, mnd
wvish to talk to anyone in the oftheur towvn,
jutst step to the ''hhone"' aid call tine one
Telegrams pr'ompitly transmitted and
cor,trectness guamrant sed.
All mfessaige's for P1i'cens and vicinity
PI'CKc NS T-rEPONEo CO
Chilly, Chile, Chili
"WAR, AND RUMORS OF
Now what in the world males you d(
You Chileans round Valparaiso?
Uncle Sam says you musn't act so,
But if you insist on a fight just sa;
Has been found to stav at homi
with the wouien and children an<
who will furnish at a moderate pric<
Powder, Shot, Lead, Caps, Shells
Wads, Primers, Loading Tools an<
Breech-loading Shotguns to shoo
Shovels, Spades, Picks, Hoes anI
Mattocks, to dig the holes with.
Blankets, Quilts, Boots, Shoes
Hats, Caps, and Clothing to cloth(
And Flour, Meat, Syrup. Sugar
Lard, Grits, Cheese, Crackers, Cof
fee and Rice to feed them on.
Not to mention a lot of Wool and
Wool Socks, Axes, Plows, Chains
Lines Washpots and Soap and a
sight of other things including Gar
den Seeds and Potatoes.
W. T. McFALL.
A _Vry _esiv_ Bid
him ver tie. ore speialy ae w
with im wen4h hpest4ewt s
gAce,a Vedyt hiveor Bdigiy.Ms
ft ortune tve uom e aloei e raith
buth i porheFrsnh lospens his ie witnd
lhen is fe i atricapear!uc F hise
pwrthoula easo ftheyer. hhe is an h hm o
ine feathes pmposte is bir. ind his
maey en ehatyou hiarn wearir andu
firne ynever b cnrr aed it neve or rnw
lstl ous rt e lomsunSi s R I slie 11(
tJuts reteivediwanoearie ine holia
lioodaes. A go chane bids pleae you a
ther, b>rother or your frens Call on us
when in our city.
Greenville. S. C.
Luide Anderson gives you a special invi
The Wicox & Gibbs Guao Co.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
c fI nc
J. J. LEWIS. JULIUS E. BOGG1.
Land .. Agency!
The Pickens Land Agiency now has for
sale the followiniz, desirable lands.
234 acres on Graded Road to Pumpkin
town, 4 miles north of Pickens. One
hundred acres in cultivation; 25 acres best
Twelve Mile River bottom. Good cotton
and grain land. One good dwelling and
one trood tenant house. Terms easy. ~Lib
eral discount for all spot cash.
10,000 acres mountain land; good for
range, vineyards, orchards, cte Finely c
170 acres on waters of Saluda river, 6 V
mile from Pleasant Grove church and u
school house; 25 acres cleared land, 1 c
acres branch bottom; on public road, well b
watered. Price $300 cash.
215 acres of land in Hurricane town
ship near Dalton; 45 acres in cultivation
balance in original forest abounding in
the best pine timber; well watered; price,
$650, one-half cash balaice at 8 per cent. a
400 acres 3 miles of Liberty on the road
from Greenville to Old Pickens; 125 acres
in cultivation balance fine pine and oak 3
timber; will divide into three or four V
tracts; three settlements on the place. A t
A house and lot on Main at the head of
Garvin Street. Good two story house
with all necessary out buildings.
300 acres in Dacusville township ten 2
miles front Greenville on public road; 125
acres in cultivation, 40 acres good bot
toi ai'd 125 il pasture; inile and a half
from church and school house; three good
tenant houses, well watered; would sell in
one tract or divide into tracts. Part cash,
balance on long time at 8 per cent.
A desirable half acre lot on Garvin sL.
and Pendleton ave; $100. Also desirable
lot fronting on Bowen street; $100. Best
bargains in town.
666 acres in Fastatoc township. g.;od
tenant house, 15 acres in cultivation, bal
ance fiac tim'wr and grass; $1,500 on long
220 acres in Central township, 15 acres
in cultivation, 40 acres fine pa.sture. bal
anec in best of tiniber; 3 miles of rail
road station, j mile of church and school;
will be sold cheap and on easy terns.
Lot No. 18, in the town of Pickens
containing $ of an acre fronting on Main
street, east of Dr. J. F. Williams'.
A good bargain-10s acres in Daeusville
township, 40 acres in cultivation; spleudid
timber; I mile of church and school; de
sirable neighborhood. Price $900; easy
101) acres 4 miles west of Pickens on
Walhalla road; level land; will make
splendid farm; timber is fine. Must be
250 acres on Little Easfatoe, -10 acres in
cultivation, 10 acres boti om, 11 acres ii,
good asture, good log house, 50 ares fine
sa1e grass, not fenced, staiblo for four
horses. This place is well watered and a
bar-:ain at $500.
A (desirable lot ott Main street, Pickcns,
Con tain ing A aere, good stables and well
of good Wt er ont premlises. One of the
most valuable lots in town; price 0;00.
A farmi of 238 acres .1 mil s west of
Pivkens; 30 acres cleared. balance i good
timber; well waleretl by creek and
springs; nlear Concord churbc 1n1 school
house; desirable neigliborhood. Pric 1,
123 acres northwest of Symmes' mill;
70 itcres in cultivat ion, 25 acres in botton
and oi Fifteet Mile Creek. In a Iigh
state of cultivation; good bilildigs; fine
watter and a good orchard. Term,, 8 per
cent.; tinie, 3 yeats.
A splendid tarm of 100 acres, 2, miles
north of Pickens ot gtaded r-0.ail; tiiee
good tenlanlt houst-.. 60 acres in hih st
of cult ivat ion, 80 aer< s best1 Twelve 31 ile
bototom; (toes not overflow; line putstutre of
10 acres, good fence, good we'(ll (of wateri
an two goodl sprinigs. Will sell Ott easy
160t acr'es near Central with 75 acres in
a high state of cultivation. Good dwell
ing and( ntecessar'y ont; bunihdinigs.
.209 acres ott Bi.r Crow Creek ; 75 acres
ini ('ult ivation ; 25 acrmes best bottom land
18 ncres of it without a dilc'h:; the hot tomi
land not subiject to overtlow ; half' it ile of
mill anid giln, (tne mtile of school and1(
clhuircht. Price, 8i2,000); t ermns easy5~.
175 aIcrei inear' Pumplkinltownt ini oriinal
forest; 100 acres lies well and timbtler ine,
AlIso 4100 acr'es unimiipr'oved inmet
10 acres ho bttm uimpr1itovedl; :350 ace of
tract in or'igintal timtber'. Pr'ice, &>l50.
85 acr'es 2 miles southweivst of Crmoss
Plainis Ott waters of Gecorgc's (cek ; good
cottont land, one-half in original forestt
fune limber; about 315 acres clearecd andi in
a high state of cutlivatin; goodl water and -
netcessary buildinigs; termns eawy.
41 acres just nioth of town. joinus the
coporat e limtits, all int ('ult i vat ition, 1t0 acres
o.f the fittest botront hmld, fine lbuih(lintg
aite. This is a good batrgainI for a pertsoni
wanttinug a smtallI far'aminear town. Price
$700, hltIf cash, blanacte iln one y'ear'.
For anty ptartieulars write to Pickenis
Land tAgency, Pickents, S. C.
In J"rIces !
A change in ou' firm is conitempla.
ted at an early date anid from this
date unttil ouri pre'sentt stock is dis
posed of we will offeir our entir'e stock
at a great r'eduction.
Tremendous stock of Jeans and Ai
Shoes to go at a sacrifice. Thtis is -
no old shop-worn stock of goods wep
are off'ering but braind newv goods.
Buyer's will have a picnic as long as I
Tiher~e is a few piecs of Jeans at
25c., utp; Shoes 20c. per pair', up; biest
Shirtintg 41 cents per vard.. Big
Stock of Gr'ocries at reducd prices.
H-1ardlware, Cr'ocerytvwar'e, (Glassware,
Tinware-in. facet, everyvthing now in
stock to go. No reasonatble offer r'e
A few mnore of those finte Trexas
lRed, Rutst-proof, Oats, call and get
somne wvhile the'y last. r
If yon owe us atnyting call aind
settle at onice.. No goods char'ged af
Ler' this date.
Six fine cookintg stoves at cost anid Il
freight; A good hor'se for sale chteap.
HARRIS & MORRIS.2
October 27th 1891. aLl
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