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THlURSDAX, FEM. 11.,1892. i
A STRADDLER. bA
We have often heard of people "strad- o
d1ing the fence" in politics but we have Iu
never seen an editor of a newspa)er strad
(lie an issue so effectively as the editor of the Il
Journal. In the last issue of that paper a
the editor says that the editor of this papert
"makes a personal attack on the editor of
the Journal," and in the very next breath of
"Now as to so m1u11h of the above, as
says, that "it goes to 1mu1ch against the
grain to handle ouir neighbor so roligh)y atS
ils case deserves," we will simply say, that
i is not our ase, whlich is under consider
ltionl, but it isi tll( ease(i of Governor Till
man and the ofileers elected in IS90. ind
the good people of this State who lected
Now from the two satemelCInts howXV lre 1]
we to ay whether the editor is fighting ti
his own cause or that of Gov. Tillman? "
We wish to remind our brother, however,
that we have nothing agilinst him. Our$
remarks lpoln his Subject have beil Con. G
fined to Uov. Tillmlln Itil1 Ills admilistra
tiol; but if our. ivighbor wi1s to stanld
in front of the (overnior 111141 defend him
for what. he has done and what he hasn't n
done, we have no objections aid we will
not be caught craw-.isn. ile
In alother place we cl ip the followin Im
from the Journidw:
,"The1 SE:N-rINI. annMOMIne"s Ihe W01nd1r- r i
fiul fact, 111:'it it tof)k tIhe (ditol of1 the jour.
nal at yeur to get ruadY lo Jumil onl theS:
'risr. biout oppoling his views. 11 iS no!.
Very' cleair whleiher thll Sl:l-r NEi. l)eanlIt t
111'y ('i111' %V11VOWTV 01' 114- S II' Iii 11)1111t,HC
M'e vditor'. views or Governmr Tillimm's.
This Caps tile climax. V1)Cver heard
of such a hilng ws a newspape(.r that is p(
owned and Co)nItrolled by at stock copally H.
or syntlicate oll,osing the vies of ihose
at the hlead of the (nterplie. le hav i
been uider the impr1esssion that tleb.loir- th
mil was an avowed friild and advontle of m
GO'. Tdhlan, ad if so, it is 1111d for 11;
to lilerstlld how the vditor of that paper l
could Iiave made upt) Ilis mind to think for ei
it llolent that we macclsed him of taking it 11
year to get ready to oppose the views ofi
the Governor. No, frield Chris, we did I
not Say Ilhat, and di-.1 not think (f sich 11 l
thing. Read our piece again and s(ee if I
3011 dol't uII'lerstalld whose views we said h
it tooIk you a ye1a to get ready to ()IppoSC. ff
We do'tll think the editor of the Joul 1<
considered the plport of tI.s last. state- '
ment, Or he 'volld n1ot have writteI it.
Buchl rs:4rtions as5 thliS migh~t make!~ (liver- I,,
cause h:im to throwv s(om o.f ihos' reYM at
We ti theI I Journaii~l is very'~ inconsistenlt si
in several1 re4'pects . It is a1 fact thatt lat wI
year that ipl was1 an) alrdtlt amiler of '
Col. Neilt , as5 evidenced by tile facet that it s
frequenltly (juoted that,11 gen)tlemlenl's uItter- 11
anices on) tIhe A llince dlemanlds. It hubl- atI
lished hlis spe!chest anI d the niewS)pper ar- )
ticles of Col . Elli so)n S. iKeitt, espxeially '
those upon42 the sub treasury. Now~ sin ce
Col. Lison Ercit t ha:s declalred tha:t T1ill
manl isi a frud lad hlis admniistra:tion 21
failre thle Joudrnlli drops him like a hot1
cake. Govern'or 2 Tiillmaln, as~ is well knolwni
to everybJody, is bitterly IJli posed to the
su1btreasulry scheme and Cal. Keitt is in)
favor of it. The Alliance satys ele'ct suchI
one of thecir demanli)ds is thle sub-treasury. I
owC we1ak a1 generou1s public if it does
niot look like the edIitor was dloing s~omei
very nline st.radd1lin)g. I Ie is a supporter11 T
and1( defender ofi Gov'. TIilhuann amlt a sup
porter and1( defenider of theC subl-trvasury to
schemle, and the sumb-f reasury don0't gee-ha 11w
It is hard'( for ns to1 understandl how a4 man21y
Canl be a friend to both11 and1 he conisist ent. .I
Ye c'annot sierve two mailsters. If you are .I
goinig to stick to T11unani) and2( let tile Alli- d:1
ance go, you ouight to 52ay so, and( if you 1
are goinig to tight fior tile Alilinnec dleman1ds
it sems to US thait you will hlave to lit TIill
Th'iere wa'ls a ferritble ho41lost iln Newu
Yolk last Sabblath mIJornin)g ait 3 O'clock.
T1he IIotel Royal was destroyed by fire and.
many of its guests perishled iln tihe flames.
The'secn was he'art rendering. a1
Blessed is trLc mlan whose heart is not 0)
troubled with polities, and wh'lo seeketh
not an1 oflice lat tile hanllds of his neighlbors. -
.is sleep is sweet and1( the lics lhe tells lire
Jamecs 0. latinte anid the edtor) of the
SEN'riNFr.. hlave fully mlade iul thIeir' mlinds ,Jr
not to be candidates for' the Pre'sidlency
this yeari. 5)
All f'or (ongress.
There is Superintendent Col. Talblert,
who wanits to beat Col. Geor'ge Tfiluian f<or
Tile Cotton Plant has bllossomed'( up at .
last, Editor, Senate>r, A lliance(( Prelsidenlt "
D)octor, Farmier, Ilirmer J. Wmn. Stokes u
ill run agalinst Maijor Brawle'y.
Clerk of the Senlate, D)octor, anid Furm)- ait
er i.n political science Samlpson) Pope is e
anxious to dl) up Col. George Johnstone. 111
Johnl Siim VernerCI, Lewye'r and1( (leve
land Demiocr'at (which e about, the same 01
thing as5 Cklvelan1d politician) is ging to
tackle Capt. Shll. So is Dr. Blob Smlith.
Again we ejaculate. "Th'lis is a great
counltry for promiotion !"--Laurens Adver- TFl
Hiatorical comittlee. Ju
Co!.MOuA, S. C., Feb. 3~d 1892.
To Mest'e. 1R. E. lBowen, Juliuls E. Boggs, m;
andl W. K. EaIsley: he1
OE'r.RMKN:- At a pl)lic meeting of anI
citizens from all parts of the State, recenlt.
ly held in Columb)ia call by tIle South iisl
Carolina istorilCl Society, a resolution to
was adopted directhig me as chairmian of ce
the meeting, to apIpoint a colInmitte of - m
thlree, in each county of the State, charged P1
with the duty of estabiin1)g branch So- M
ciee, anrd otherwise promniting the aims aIt
and purposes of the HistoWkaI tuociety. en
In PuiuA4e i tlet resolumtioni I beg leave mf
tdesignate youi as suich Conimitt ee for
Sour counoty. Very respectfully. F<
* Hanv MaVR, C. n.r... .. .. .
1TIies No Marlysr.
lovernor Tillinau and his backers can
sucli methods and it is all proper and
it. 'hey. 'an- accuse bonest Ien of
nes and Film and fail to prove them, anid
is "inanly and gallant defeneo of the
l Ae" or something of that kind.
Now nobody Is tpplied to G-vernor
hni, so far as we recollect. a single ep.
t not borrowed from him. Ie ha. done
igs which it his opponents ur predeces
s had done he w-suld have mitate the oc
ion for all kind.4 of insinuations aid ae
lltionls. Hlis practical co-operation witi
land phosphate Cotmpanies against their
als the river miners; his veLo of one
Iroad bill and( the defeat of another by
amendment intended to give him mory
wer, offered at the last lloillent; the fail.
C of the seperate race coach bill in twc
Mons; his acceptance and Ilse of th(
!e passes aid express franks; his sale ol
i cows to the lunatic asylum, all givt
nnds for niewspapers to draw uncharita.
deductions and Iase svrious clurges u)
lie (lrged Inel with corruptioll witi
Ls basis of fact. Every body knows In
The niewspipvrs d 111(a nlti Tillman peoplh
ve Clled (overnor TillnIIII1 no mm1vle1
d have not 'fissakiled his dimracter. 'h'lle
ve stuted facts, as they had the right, a
Wats their dity to do.
Because they have dlone so tile pitiful vr'
persecttion is raised. Ani effort is mad
pose Glovernilln Tillman 1 ts a Ilallylr suf
ilng for leviot ion to the people.
lIe 1as showi ii no devotioin to the peopl
v lios not nlot giv-ie111) it dollar or i dn'
' t em. lie hI- takeil fill pay for hi
rvie s and everyt hiing Ie has lu, tihe eO
I, andl the StIlt V la v('.
lie is 2a publi 1111m 111d his acts nrv prop
-r Isulbjets o' consideratioi. If state
ills ()f them amllount to aibuse thalt is hi
VIn [latLit. lie st:art . the IId Slinginlq
" (IInZht t.o be 1110! o Stl ip a11nwd tak
e reSults (if wllt hle t u hias doll- anld slid
i long as it is stated decently and respect
We efy thI'! Meditnll) to point to a sin
v ill ipIo Imt licetationl naoe : ains
Iv. ' illmnan 1 which hik friends haVe d
vd. We cbll l it to showll. S t slandt
wi (1f, abuise, (mc in.jilliurs cpitelti ap
i1d ti) him.
Thait. cick wlt igh.Governor Till
a11's frivild!, will havc to) WI*er at y1ronl-v1
fenve a1n tnt .std crv yof * per)1 een
oi, wIIl lImv III phay hinm III o u srn
1artth.1 lh it, i liw ilnn e 1i n sliserine.
r tyr 1. T1 im- pc(pplv call't Iw' f4tif-d d111
ty; M . 81 -ttld ()III ,I,; pntril) sll s11S
iil. r,4441rpwr ::,.I a l eswhoI wa; tV
Iit-, 1s 1 l )o thll, happy hlnd of ('anaan.
(1Ilusl 14' ove 11 to) it a l l Stick to it o
MONlu'ei VII4I MOSIVY hal(- C11 e
Iny a 111aa is rich w%ithoiuit m11(tmv.y
10 1:0 11- h lt' I 'l ll-I ith2 l1w i ng ll O wil.2(1(
oIs:t1ii ,i ki iien v; 21 t I.o (11144
(kels, and Iwwt ..nd wllmit en a
eket,4! 21n'1 ri1h. A't~ i:n horn w,ith l1 21ood
111( cotla itutio ll 4 .a ) -,o tld om lanch. a l' >d
ar1.t and m11 "l llbs. :2 1 a (p ltty 2.ll
adtpicce w" nech.. (b.A hoI a Iv;Ire beltel
r2sill i 1h:1-ci ti 1 'n, l erry ' .rpy. tnd
,I,V. I0 11tti h1a, r 1 h aie h d 2 1 ta11 U e
'f. ililigil arrti.l 1101cl . 11:1 )W:V. and2i1
I tI i.,; ht-lict, )4 1113011 I 1:11- ill 411 ( 4 Ic4
ve the right kinld 4f at fatheri and imilh.
- Gomil breeds :nul h:. l breeds exI
11onl! mlenl US reallly. ws hvn 'ish aw,
r . ieAlc tion mailly d) Imich t(I checl,
'il tendlenci(-s Ilr t') dvvvlop go()dl one';
it it is1 a ..,gat thill. to inhewril the iuwb
',1p(rtion of faculltit's ti) stazrt willh. 'I'hl
anI iti ri,hwohsago ipsto
hto is ImIti2lly 11n p 111 2 n t c g fu
>11chel, :id who has le%mr (idf wit ont
II inl his com p)iti . The l tIlln S m thin
(. ,t. oi wit inl thi.s lif44) s 1: ' is -i
-If. A s . )lih fvll o, a ( 1 s-ni -ni
ncanihtinliv, fellipw aItimi'.11 anran
111-d h , 11 11 n al h1 or de. 1 ,>r1 . I ..
iS ilm u inta.. Th'ydo it l -np buttiw
Won.lhI soiei:rI s d11 o 2' )1111
Inany41 war t i the114 UiteIa,jd Stat
or h gn r til Nin tihingjai
An:whoswrt h he.Tesasa
rieswoldhae o tlier142 defenderf
aI the Iae who''i1t 'J'le formied' part( of04h
the1 arm ("or1 iav l2ewilon ouived II1)
Woo1(1 ll shit and24 a. broke .i, bill nms'll
in:l oft(I's ' the4 l)21ne f l'natorlial, judgInl
4.TTE 1-'1; TilTl CA114 4tlowll NA,
Cr.tIl ry10 0 or lIe it:::. en:1ds. i
Cot Ilf ('. O(mnPla
11h)rd A.t'i tilestr, lnt' if te(hi
te wII Unrkf and41l12r' Th t'ierM:2.f
Iunn Comany 1'Ih-6-m'. .t41(''
Ciu it Onsfo Rlif
>~ the Ih-Nf'41hint, he (lier l1-uiufar
'nswer the' er.Oi) hIin in ts cin, 1)'
th', i 2(213' 11 int4 ' 4 e ' sht eriber2~ al(1
( fie,i 'itkens io. C,wtbnIet
ly oJf Iuch serVi1'2:y an ;i ('ou Pf:u o
ViCX' Olthe 1 pa M . i this ac'tio wil a.p
vtot'w (Ifourt fo11rth llef dIeman221-d I
tee l(l th4l-'c'brluaroy, it .\. ). 41 2 1 ).
nI1. 1)r llm:g1. C. h('' kllrlt2.1('(4
IS (If th i' l.l' . t1 it l0t'
lSc,tIt liy l:' linti pll'sA for e.
Takei hoticerL(' 11 '1d1 ohe laiti ti
tikn ws fi.e 1.S. n the 2eeofthe 143'I
the21 1'X1 2 ' ('outfr hel county1 :>1 Pirken,
.th I t o feok il Ili Feru ry, l Ol, o il.l
1lSC~ ~ 4l J 'y l 'C, ' 10.113'te0 (I Ad.
ltltrt11 1i aul t. ion.'(ltd
Count11.(l 1l 141( h~9hdy of Pces
shrunr. An 1. Nehe)rry, 1Esquie,Pron
Mr. . NEogs, ir7a J. P.C
Thes ar,t . etre.. . it.. . lwh o
1TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
By virtue of decretal orders made
on tho 10th day of January, 1892,
by lion. J. B. Kershaw,. Presiding
Judge, in the cases of Samuel Banks
et al vs. W. T. O'Dell; Samuel Banks
et al vs. M. A. Boggs; Samuel Banks
et al vs. W. H. Sanders; Samuel
laks et al vs. A. Mat Boggs; Samu
(l Banks et al vs. B1. F. Harris; Sam
ual Banks et al vs. George Banks;
Samuel Banks et al vs. A. W. Mc
Crackin, I will sell to the highest
bidder before the court house door
during the legal hours for sale, on
Sale Day in March, 1892,
the following described real estat(
No. 1. All that piece or parcel o
land 0on the morth si(o of Goldon't
Creek on the road leading from Pick
ens C. 11. to Liberty, containing ser
en (7) acres more or les, and describ
ed by metes and bounds in a dee(
froi Rt. P. Banks to W. T. (YDEll
dated 8th day of January, 1881.
No. 2. All that piece, pace(l 01
tract of hmnd containing three (3:
rC orl eI'O or less, dedeC( to W. T.
OD(ll b)y Wililliu Baiinks on the 1st
day of A pril, 1874, to which demt
- rf('relnc is had as to m!tCS a1mC
No. 3. All that other tract of lan
containin . six and three-fourths (6
acres adjoiing the above three acres.
No. 4. All that piece, parcel 01
tract of lan( i:1 said county an(I
State, containing twelve and one-hall
(12.,) acres, on north sile of Gold
('s (eCk, as describod in a de(ed
faom it. 1'. 1.anks to I. S. Boggs,
dated 171h Decembwr, 1881.
No. 5. All tlhat. othor parcel oi tract
of hNud on the norti side of Golden's
crvek cont ainilg eighIt. (8) acres more
or lcss, anld des(cibei w inl a deed from
Enluilv J)inks and Ge'r;e Bainks to
V. 8. .lAggs (Ited DUrCeliber 28th,
No. . All tfmt .the11r tiact or plan
liati(11 If h1n1l inl said stte and coun
1.v on Gr(old i' k, kniown as tihe
old h]lnestemt h1lt of I. P. Buinks,
dr- 11d, bounded by lands of WV. T.
O'Dell, Mrs. Clayt *n 111I1 1. A.
s e u cl1tailling iiften (15) acres
MOre or, le.;s.
No. 7. All tlit othiner tract, or par
cl (if lL1i. on Gohlen's creek conltainl
il4 lifty (50) :crvs inr or less, ad(1
jililling 1:inds of \\. T. O'Dell, A.
No. 8. All that other piece, pirct-l
or tr onet.1 Gbldeln's c(!, wateri of
Twt lve Mile rivcr, cw t-tilling thirty
five (35) acres more or less, and ha'v
ilg -uchl1) meites :iml boun1lds its net
out inl a ded from '.*'. ( . CIavtni to
W . 11. (ander., on 15t Novanber
No. 9. All thit otler piece, parOel
or t,Ict of lan1d in said ceunty and
liite ontininlg twelvde and one h:dfil
-(l''\) no(es mor or(I4 le)'hg, ll-roeale t
l'le of 5:11ne im:ale liv ,J. J. Ontvin~ on
dI DreenII.r1, 1881 , lnd sc l~ by ~ Su
sani A. Iiaiks to1 A. :ilatt ilggs o1'
No. 10. So mutch of all that piece
larcel or tract (If lamli claimed h v A
i at Btrggs as falls within the 'tw
Ihiunidredl acre tract (If land deceded bIy
l aso anik~.-, senlior, 1o \\illiai:L
Uiks on the 16th dyv (If ~January
118til, plat of same0 cani be seen on
dayv of sale.
No. 11. So much (If the tact of
land claimed by B. 1". H arris as falls
withlin the I to huindred acre tract ol
land (dde by I tain:tm Banks, son.
bor, to Willimu Banks, on the 1(;th
~January, 1861. PHat will bie exhibit
edl on (lay oIf sale.
No. 12. So muchi of the tract of
land now in the possess8ioni of George
Banks as falls within the two huin
d rmi acr tracI 'lt, deeded bliIansom
B:i iks, senlior, to Wi'illiaml ]hmaks on
the li th JanuaOir 1861. Plat 01
smnte will be e.xhiibit,ed on day of
No. 13. All that other piece, par
eelI or tract of hand in the couants aind
St ate aforesaid, conht ainling one and
one-.limlf (I).) acre mlore or less, ad
Jriiung lands oif the ('Ntate oif James~
l 'ar.isons, 8. A. Mc(Crackiin andl the(
e'state1 of l iansomt Bu:mks.
Terms12 oIf all the ablove mhenltionut
trmacIs of hiuul, <me. induf eash, the ( bal.
alice mi (Ine yeari withI iinterT.st fronm
da:y of sale, secured by bond and
miotgage (If the priemiises.
Puirchiaser to payV for plapers an(
for recordinig thle samie.
J. M. STEWAlBT,
Clerk of Conurt.
Til E STATF )J S ilI ('A INA,
Cont of1 I'iekOlOs.
CionnnonI lIles ( ourt.
. . mithi Pitionr,
I .. N. W. 'Smit h1, S.1in. Si i h, S. .
1,)anna :11.14Smith,1 L. T.t Smit h, ) o .uu s.
Ahns .1uli .h Whireof .a 5:11ry ilh, j k
A . m ih l. . mih . t'S ih an
W. IA Stpe, ~ameSmi, Sith, Sn. iV.
41lmIit and .lilInoI Stephen- )efndats
W.I tlt. (Imret, ae lS. V. Smiitth
I oan .omr iltoehn 1)41 femhmil Iis.:e 11
Ailsoi in:: 14( the 44ase of t11 son ltifs
Smi th (andr .Elnn (tepns-1 Il>rfendants.
Tolit the 41 t ) 1fe thmt1,4la. V.I tilmit t (,
toi aser )the'Sal petition (1i t'isnlacin
whit. lh~. was fi1d In heflit' ofI''1 te Cl,erk
(f hliie Conr oit uvf Common 54ry:c' il ifh
'ountyij and lSt afr1' do the 7 t11)ht day1
awtothe s2iOlaidl leiio o ihe o subscrI
hm(10 ut thir aopy o i ien r f.. ihin
twe tye ays4.lI atrt t eiie her4f,1x.
D)ated 7th (lay of ,Jainuary. 182.
C. E. HI tOso,
J1. P. CAnnyv,
II.. 8.J J. M_ STrWAJ2., C. A n. Jin .1.
Chilly, Chile, Chili.
"WARI, AND RIUMOES OF
Now what in the world makes you do
You Chileans rouid Valmraiso?
Uncle Sam says vou musn't act so,
But if you insist on a fight just say
Has ben found to stay at home
with the women and children and
who will furnish at a moderate price
Powder, Shot, Lead, Caps, Shells,
Wads, Primers, Loading Tools and
Breech-loading Shotgunls to shoot
Shovels, Spades, Picks, Hoes and
MaTtocks, to d'g the holes with.
lan11lkets, Quilts, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, and Clothing to Clothe
And Flour, Meat, Syrup. Sugar,
Lard, Grits, Cheese, Crackers, Cof
fee and Iico 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 PutatOCS.
W. T. McFALL.
A Very Festive Bird !
hail to the festive turkey! We are with
him every time. More especially are we
with him when lhe hap)pens to he with us.
iIe is not in partioniarly good hick at this
part icular season of the year. There is an
end to his pomposity, his strut and his
majesty; an end to his harn yard airs nnd
graces, ani endO to his lordly dignity. MIs
fortunes never come alone; it never rains
hut it pours. First he homes his life and
theno his feathers dlisaippear! Fine even
without feathler's, lhe is liner' with thIem, for
tine feather is make tine birds. Fine you
may he in) whait yomu are weaing n w , Ihut
liner y'ou will be arrayed in one of our new
style IlOiloespu Suits.
.Just received new nove'lties in hollday
stoods. A gonod bchiie to please your fa
thter, brothier or your friends. Call on us
when in our city.
GIreenville. S. C.
Lunde Anderson gives you a special invi
o ARESTN, .
J. J. LEWIS. JULUJI 11E BOUIR.
Land .. A ency!
The Pickens Land Ag-eney now has fol
sale tle followinIr lesilrble latds.
231 acres on Graded <oad to Ptinpkin
town, 4 miles norti of- 1'irkens. one
hiudred acres in cult ivation; 25 acres lest
Twelve Mile Rtiver botAtoml. Goodl ccttonl
and grain land. One good dwelling m-A1
one good tenant ,ltise. TerAs easy. Lih
eral <liscount- for all spot cash.
16 ,000 acres Inotmtain lan<d; good for
range, vineyards, orchards, ctc Finely
170 acres on waters of Saluda river, 0
mile from Pleasant Grove clulich anl
school liouse; 25 acres clearedi laud, 1
acres branch bottoni; on public road, well
wat ered Price $;0') casi.
215 acres of land in I lurricane town
s.lp near Dalton; '145 acres ill ctiltivaticn
balance in original forest abountling in
tlie hest pine thither; well watered; price,
$050, one-half cash Nialance a:t 8 per cent.
400 acres ;1 iniles of Lilerty on tite road
from Greenville to O!< Pickens; 125 acres
in ctiltivation balance file lirt and oak
timber; will d(ivi<le into three or four
tracts; thre settleiients onl the place. A
A house tild lot oin Main at the head of
G:irvill Strect. Good Iwo story Iouse
with all necessary otit buildinis.
300 atrcs in )aciusville 1t>wniship tren
nules .ron (Irvenville oi pul)lic ro:ad; 1,25
n les ci (tilt ivat ion, 40 acres g lod bot
U.on ar<d 125 in tsture; miile aid a halt'
f roni church anti school liolse; thbree good
tenant houses, well waet re;l would sell in
one tlct or divide into tracts. Part cash,
balance on long titne at 8 per cent.
A desirable half acre lot, on Garvin st.
nid Pentdleton ave; $100. Alio lesirable
lot fronting on Bowen street; $100. Best
bargains in town.
(Wtils avres ill E:tstatie town'tsluip, good
tenant llollse, 15 acres in cult i vat ion, hal
ance Aine t inher ani grass; 1:1, ->00 on long
22n anres in Central township, 15 narms
in cultvtiho, 0 acreS tlite l'a&iture, Inl
alice ill ht Iw ' t'lider: 3 miles of rail
road stat ion, 1 Ilile (1 f11h11treli ud se]ool;
will >e sil ' > aih ill on asy Ier;ls.
Lot No. 18, in the town of P>ickens,
cmnti"I" 1 ()1 anl wrf. frontinmr onl Main
street, east of )r. J. V,. Wi :i1;s'.
A gmod har-ain- 10!1 -ues in )aclisville
township, -10 acris in elitivatiio; splendil
tinnlt; i It' of n elAt and sbol; A
sirable licighborlhodt. I'rice $900; vasy
,.1-I 'r4es 1 mnH(Iwest of Pickens on
W alha! rnkd: lIt- el 1,ti: wiH 1ia.1k
sl 1lid tarn i l tillibe r is ine. M1s. be
250 acres on Little East:atoc, .10 wrs,- in
culliv:liil, 10 acris 1411o111, 11 acres i.
giotl pa!ture, godtl Ior hose. 50 acres fine
snare gt.not fi-nccd1, stab11le for I'mur
llors-s. Thi., p.l.ce is w 11 watrk-i and a
A 4sithalc 14)t on '3hiln "lrct, Picklipn,
eontaWnns 1 :c-r, o ">0111.tbls n11d welA!
of g(j<0 wa , )In premkisc-. Oive (if tile
Most V:ltnable l:4ts inl 'lown:, price ;0
A Firi <.t 2:;s : r 5 -1 m ilis Nvest of
Pickets; :1 av-rcs (ln,:thrn. l-aiic in. ,0ot1
imlic-r; w-l u alttr by crt-k 'anl
spriigs; tIr ('ol oncord (lm1rch and selool
11hu,;( dirable ne igl >rhuPoti. PIe gl,
121 acr-, n<rtilwtnest af Synins' mill;
70 anrns i nidn:ain, 2:5 :a-rcs in 6hnn
lantd ("I MTilte 3Aile. Creck. Inahh
state of Wiiultivation; gtl bl) lings; lint
wat er' : a 31tl oreiatrd. 'T' erms, 8 per
cent. I; I ."t', : _ I .Irs
A splenliti i :11rin of -1 (0 acres, 29 iles
L'i14<1 t'e:tu hou:ses. 0 -:t.rcs in ii lih eItt'
10 acets, goott [eca, t''no well of wauter!
100 acre'. nliii1r C(ntrl willee '5re in
ill t'ult ivat 01>n; 25 neres lest bottomn lan<d
18 nert'; of it w ithouit I dth: the bottom
lal.il n:ot SiubjecIt to overfllow ; liatlt n ile oif
('llItrch. Price. 2 ,Ol00; tterroll <- 3.
175 ner1es nar ltnijk itown I in'inl
ft,ir.est ; 1100 acres lies well and1 t!ber fa.'.
$.. acre1s 2 miiiles~ sothwest oIf C'ross
Ilaitis (Il w:It Ir of Geirge's ('reetk: go<li
(cottotn landt'l ( lneInl ill oiiginIa for-st
a hligh stat ' (I>f (uIr~3 at ion; goIl waiter andit
neccessary~ bIlin; trse-v
Cofora:t<- lints,l' aill tn itnti Vat ion1, 10I acrt's
of thfit es11 ' lb Iolto1 in b itl, t im. li tlilL,
site. I Is Ii .I( 1o , hargi n Ill o ali Inersle>n
wanllltling n'i sinll If-1-mI na tow.% lric
$700, ha lf enshi,1 alanc inI (111 vem-.
te'd at ani e'ar' l t ate iand fri this
(da0tIl until 011u' present,L sItolk is dis
posedC1 of we wivll oIlY'er our1 enItir'e stock
ait a1 gr'eatt duc't itonl.
Shoes to go at a sneif ice. This is
no0 oldI I shop-worn' stock of1 goods we
areQ ollernlg buit brn nel,t( 1w pgoO .
Buyertis w.ill have a picnic as loIng as
.fl'er is a1 few pieces of Jeans at
24.1, lip; Shocs 20.' per pir~I, tup; besXt
Sitmg 4. A entsi per~:l ym-kI. Pio
St o1'k of (Groc'ries at r(educed( prlicesq
arIitdwar'e, Crotlkerlyware,, ( 8Lssw~are,'
.i nwa'e -itn fact, (everythin no~ 1w ill
stock to g~o. No reas1onab3lle offer' re
A few'. lilt o1'(f thlose 1fine Texas
fled, Iliust pro)o f, (;ats-, (:211 3ad g-et
se ttle at oItnce. No good(Is char11ged af'
ter' this da1th,
Six fne cokin dovs a cst andc
fr'eighty A giood I hr'se fot' sale ch eap1.
H A RRIS & MO R RIS.
Octob1er 27'ith 18'91.
~IJF. TtlP'ANs TAinUoFl regulate the stomacht,
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* tIeedY for Iltiusneis, tho<ches3i on1 the Fmo,
JI right's l)latonse, Cuntarrh, ('olle, consI pation, 9
betv , i n iee 'A torla n ih, lie , 1 .v.suntery,Ill
Dvs(tli, -:zem tI iat O nceii , Femanr1 li . li d
Joa udIce, Kidnei.y mAI ,lints1., 3.tver TIrou,ii,
L Jos of Appnthito, bien Depre'ionEfl Naustca,
Sci t iau i; h, -- -- . ' nima u It lai .
tiou. P'imle sl, Aluh of ilIiied
9to tne iload, H all ow com-.
pleion,tcI sai t ' l<heam, stalld
ache, Skin ia- e , so utir
LIier .en wa t e rti.jl *
fande very oth-'CI er' 5ymtorn13
or ie'.ie that - r ne' I iut fro
Impure blood4 (r alalurO In the plroper nerform-.
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