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THIURSDA,Y, FEB. 18, 1892.
TilE ONLY lEASON SUFFICIENT,
If the people intend to be true to them".
selves they will return G. W. Shell to Con.
gress from the Fourth iDistrict. lie is Ont
N.f those who Stood in the forefront of bat.
tle in accoiplishing the revolution of 189H
and 1)has searcely yet got warmI)l in his Con
gressional chair. The lIskellites wouh
giat over his defeat, nid I his, pari i-ularly
should he a good reas.;on for tihe Democrat
ic party's giving him loyal Suppl)ort.-Col.
Iow refreshing to read the bold, inde
penit, lionest, convictiois of an esteeme(
colitenpory. It believes just wIat, it says
Who ever read or heard of three more co
gent or logical reasons for returning a mai
1st. He ",od in the forefront of thi
battle in aecomphAliing the revolution o
2d. Ile "1has scarcely yet got warm it
his Congressio1al chair.
3d. Thte licIllites 'wlld gloat ovel
you need not. 11lgh, geutle reader. Yoi
mafly not he .ilforimled ag t!) what wai
achieved by "the revolutiou of 1890." A
hurde of profligiltves alld si plnthr1ifts wCrt
turned out of offiee, and higloned, econom.
ical 'reformers w ere :pit in thei
places. We turned out. 1hose who 1imd
becIn 1"hamlbooZI led a;d <'ntuched :ndi Who
haId allowed "the goverliment to beome
pernc.ited wid in.iit-pient rotttenness," and
put ill men Sond to tle vore. 111n who
voul( e e the jolbery, tricdwry and
waste of tle p '11monley f r the last
fourteen yenrs. Our fellers have Iot donle
that yet, but they will. (GiN'( them two
yea-rn.; more. They cau't, work goI till
they get warmil. 1esides the fellers we
turned out, were 'kin to many of our fel
lers aInd( we don'[ want to hurt feelings. It
ha,s taken : little Ilore Inxes to supIort the
goverllmelit born of "the ruvolition,' but
where is the numot 1101 21 ofilee hol-der, who
wouhl ;lot lirefer 1o live under at reform,
VC011o1oica! govellimenit, to beinge rult d by
men who hlad beenl ill ollice a lollg time.
Of course that Congrei+jonal chair
should b)e th(rougilly -%a tirmwd. It shall
be wirimed if we hAve. to use some of the
Contingent fund to -:nni a coalt stone under
But the pm:ticilar1y" '.ed, the third
an( last reason for retuning the Catain
to Congress, is, if we should not (10 this
tle .11askellites would foat.'' G!oating
inl iis tribe2 is forb2hidden' by (li. of Ciong'ress
and is liable to the 111Inishimelt presrihed
tIll u'1ing a r'\eenue -enveleope to avo( idi lhe
pa)2ymen2t (of postageX. TIhe voters of thuj
'7th D istriet 21oul-t ponider thlea* reasons212
-well, coun2t over thle tr'ophies we-n by the
bat tle, saed'iu vetran2 (If 182m, i show
t heir appr)eiationl of the lusoius apples
knoeked down for theml by t.he ".UaM)rch
2 Hle ha:s not only Sinnled a1gains1t DemoeI'
iacy lumns"lf, lutl Ims ma2)de all 'Jsre&J' to
t in-" '- Pe'22op1e's Journ i-al.
thie name of the last idividl:21. Web~st(er
di elinled to int roduie 'is. as lhe huimso!- had
rot the pleasutre of nak acq1uaintairam. -
. Pshaw!l Israel lived since 'the d)ood, and12
it is use.le'ss to sear1ch for is -nae) on1 the
p:uger of the antiqualtd and 12( obsolete Web..
ster's, w hichi our ne22ighblor is offering as
pizies to circubh:2e his patenxt :sheet-'Peo
Our W'ebster's mlay bIe m2rtiquate'd anld
itedleluvlian1, but .vhai our p)aper goes
out wei inivariably spell our21 words like t hey
22r( ill the pii?.e we offer. A nd we thlinkJ it
wvould be better'2 if our ne(ighbor5)1 had one4 (If
'him n ! be~1 c( ouldi co0rr'etly spell
wasI made(1 ill NoahI's ar2k, we noetice gets its
(orthiographdy exclus2ive'ly fromi our1 priz.e
J ict ionary2, benee12 stanids .a head of the
mlodern school Secondi and2( th ird pages of
"T[he i3E - iss. is for Iiuoggs and2( the
Jo2urim2l for Tlilthnn and1( all thiree o1f the
genlt lemn aIre afte the peopk-'s)NJjlC moneyt'."
But. thle "'Si: n.l . wvill (lie inl its trancks
fromi starvation or (an ly tilgl else Ibefore it
will Nacritie pruicipe. inldepend(enlce. (2r
coni20tece.'"' "T'he spir it is indll(eed witting
but the flesh is w(2ak,"' and the pe'ople''s
mlonley is hard to( ref use by 2a stalrvingI news
pape1r. - Pe 'ople's Jo021una.
Whast we s:id wa~s tiue Th1e editor of
theC .Jou2rnal realizes t hat it is trule, because
hue does nIot c'ontraduiet 02' deny23 it. Thiough
''the flesh is weaik," the t'r.x-ris il, hls paid
its ed(itor, comlpositors and1 (oillee renlt anid
is not ye(t, in a star2vin2g conlditionl.
The Glreeniville New~s of last Sunday
The Natiuonal ban2k, Pe'ole's bank, and(
S'avinlgs ban1k of this city, will as5k .Jud(ge
. Iludson, no0w at Anldersonl for a p1'eemp-.
tory' m1an1damus2 to compel anud requ1ir'e the
c'ount.y auditor to correet, thle re'turnis of the
three banks anld to 'ompel(l the county
treasurer to permit the aulditor to nmke the
correction; 211so to receive the taxes on the
IamounIt givenl in for taxation by the b)anks
anId austained by the county board of
'The PeoIp'e's blank anid the National bank
on Frida2y offeredt to pay their taxes to the
counlty' treasurer on a basis of the original
atssessmenCt fixed by the county board of
eqcualization and as returned by 11hem1. The
.treasurer refusedl to accept the taxes unless
they. were on the inlcreased asseEnsm.hent as' or.
dered b)y Comptroller Ellerbe. The banks
refused to paty on the raised assessnment,
and Cohran, WVells, Ansel & Cothran, rep.
resepting the two banks, went to Ja4dge
Hudson at A nderson, Friday night. lie
signed an order rcquiring the auditor and2
treasurer to show cause on1 Wednesday the
17th, at 1 p. mn., why a peremp~tory man11
damus should nlot be Issued. Palpers were
served on the two- county officers 3-ester
day. The Savingw bank decided on th
mne plan and II. J. Iayneswvorth left yes
* day af ternoon for Andemon to have an. or
The mIandlamYus wIll iudoIubtedly b
issulsted. Trhe supreme cour has sustained
Judge IIudson In 1his a1cion in the Newber
ry bank case and there is no lunger any
raon why the banksn should not be reliev
e d of the ea sesnns
Ion. M. L. Donaldson, of Greenville,
has been suggested by some of the news.
plpers and many others who are not con
iected with newspapers, ats at suitable can
didate and proper person for Governor of
this commoiwealth. Since the brainy and
conservative Jtmes L. Orr has declined to
be a candidate, we think Greenville is the
county to furnish the man for the gover
norship, and we think that man could be
found i the person of M. L. Donaldsoi.
Mr. Donaldson is i very conservative man,
is fully indentified with the farmers and
would do more than any one else to heal
the breach and restore peace and harme ny
In the Democratic party of this State.
That Governor Tilhnan has made mistakes
and blunders, and in fact is almost a fail
ure, no one can Succesfully (eny, and that
there has been breacies and disruptions in
the Democratic ranks is equally true; and
we desire to sece unity, peace and harmony
restored, which will necessitate the eCc
.onl of a Iore conservative man thanl GoV
ernor Tillman. Ve trust that lion. M. L.
ionaldson will become a candidate and be
elected Governor. We don't think Gover
nor 'Tiliman is as strong now as le was two
years ago, and if Ie was le has made so
iminy mlistakts and ihunders that we he
live ith: pople w%ouhol iNpporlit a conserva
live and upr11iglt man against himl, especial
ly one who isso fully indentified with lie
I;eople and has their interest ait hleart like
Trralxlvailia Glng Law.
An article bearing this head appeared in
ithe l'ickens SENrIm, lNst wCk, (lited
Brevirl.d Januany T I . The article
wis preseintd us for puliembl ion, but we
have somlething more intler-stinIg to give
our reuIlers. The SENriN:e. (erlain1ly dos
not think very iigl0y of itsef or no SUch
falsehood wouhi have reeived ttntin.
We Shall not roule miur realders to read it
in (111r res(.1ptable little sheet, for any sen
sible ler-son knows therc is not onle word
of truth vonnucted %witi it.
For tIe benefit of some Iho mu1y% not
un11derslltid wIh.t we intndl to hiing ont,
we will give a few dots. The jus
tie coIlrt was in session in lirevard, and a
imlitr of wit (ineses verc 1 inmoned to
lippeir beforc that court. Among Ihem,
Ilil I V'I illM1rt:1t1 40ne oo, WIIs . W
I It0olilnie, 1%1(nh we afterward lealned hmd
iaiflted le l eveIuI laws in South Caro
iii, and n;as kt-pt fi)m jiil only by giving
ln<d for his app111n11i1ce at the next teri
of tie fedcral ccurt, (as has leen stated inl
a reet numbeiar of tiis Iper). lie (tid
not apiear. however, 111d Ils security of
fTd Ia Smal reward or his arest. On
flie 12th ilt., two y*ni;8 gellemen of this
CoulilNty, . (In-e of w0l hIlad jlst retliried
from 'Pickeins and') knew of the rIwird)
busicI themselves to cross tie Bi l Ifidg
aInd1 inkfom111 two) s:il to La U. S. marsi;i s
where anl when 3Ir. floiomle could Ie
fouild. (TIIey were to r-eccive part of the
reward wve undur.,t:':m). Conslue(jieltly Oi1
thle morning of Ithe I11th, .1-1lrnin t1wil
selv es ' if thy wele goig am ailng 1 it y
(if cainnilis, ihey Fet mut for No-ith Ciaro
lina- *xpoetoi "ly," bujIt to their grIea,
surprise they fell siirt, of their intentiolns,
Its yo will in lld )Y Itd1lilg rll issle of the
21s. The who1l0e SCNI'le waIIS a ftiluire,
and thev Iflots did not it-ceive their rewar.d
Poor fellows, they haod ridden through rain
and Storm for 31 mimber of days, and in
(eedl it wis too 1.ml dhat aill their valuable
lssislllice Shoul prove lseless. illyI, do
not he discourag(d. Many callant' men
ilve lilie(d ol the bakttletield ir ml1anly
(realy da.y1, s , w ks, 111 t at1l. 11ied
withou)11t3l31 raing theiri Ire ward here. Many
oft 1111 ablh-st mlinIisterie w ' ithlout see(ii
thle good31 they havie accomplllhlihed. T1he
wvilI rec(eive'( I their reward1'( in the falir lan'd1
beyotal. iAkew'ise you aill 1may3 re
INo true Tran1lsy'lan11 'ia wo~uld ~have writ
teni such1 an1 inf311uou fa lhood as5 the' arti
ele w( live julst inen!Itionled. Thei gentle
men1 $1r31om Pickens wmould have belen Iteat
ed as thley shuld had th<v acItedl like sane
men'I. Vi hy dlid they3 not 011main1 unltil the
courl1t adl jouIrnled and3. ask the~ shecriffI here
to a~sist in (nturin)g thle (ou1tlawm, ats they
w'ouhtl hav'me arislIn, and11 thle p)oor hIovs who'l
pilot)1ed t hemi over wou0111ld ave 1eelo 3com 31
Tfhis IS not ouIr fight, and11 we pubiilished
the article referred toI for the benetit of our
readlers. We pnlblish the whole of the
above to let the peoplec see how comiipletely
lie liustlter 'oInfirmed what the correspon
dent of I le SurrNr-:1. said abou01t the affair.
C'ongressmnan Shell has inItrodu1ed( in the
I louse at bill askinIg fo r ian opprop'olriaLtion of
.j3,500I for the inmp ro)vemenit of the court
h)ouse buthiIIld at G ' reenvmill.
died last TueIlay and13 11waIs bulriedl at Gold(1
413 (relk (il W\ednesday.
TIhel Camp14 Cre iek (thurchcl membllers hlave'
im143nt 43 r Ias lead(ing tol it halve' been worked.
evela Il'parties 'wenht 13) ibet last 118
we1ek and)1 boulght 01(ts to s1awm 0 thi erinig.
ThaiIt is 111 ind(i(iati1: tha lItheIl' farmers have
golt t ird of so una11 h 4 and 5 enit cotton.
Gabe SItephen?is is g3i n to opein a black..
smjith Iho a14))3t 5. W . I low'mV(s on Garrett
R1ev. J1. L. Mulliinix failed to put ini an
appleaance at his schlool at this la3ce last
weeklo acconult o f the illness of his
sister, whlo wals ~vry l t la1st accoun1t s.
Your correspondenit interviewed a1 geln.
Iliman whou wals a3 strong) 'Tilhnlanite ini '90,i
and nlow does 1not like Thilbnlanl, norm the
speechI he made1( lit Laurenis lit 11he "1ow
con ference'' during ithe Chriistomas hlitdays,
11nd( says O rr is the man11 for himl.
Pro f. Vickery, oif lIar24 well, (Ga., passedl
through this pltace hlst Frialy on1 his wmay
U. K. C'osurt Laat WVeek.
L~ee W. Stanisel wias alcquIittedl of retail
I iamiiltoni C. Stanse)ll wals convhiicted of
remlovinig and conlcelinig, a seaIled sen
tenice left for himi. -
RanIsoml D. Childress was conuvicted anud
sentenlced to) (ight months in the P~(ices
jail and1( a hundred dollals fine. All Pick
--Thie fine mlare blelonlging to Jlian1 WV.
Brucee, cash1ie3r of thec AndIersonl ianik, (lied
last T1uesdaly eveuiing of pnleumiionia.
- -The Greenville News hais as large a
list as8 any pape13r that comelis to this plae
except the P'ickens SEWH N1CL.- Bob Jones~
in GIreenville News.
--It was nearly a dlouble tragdly. A.
M. Morris' little ch!lild rain (lut of theo house
last Friday with its clothing (on fire. The
wmfdtiass hlands whlo wereO halinilg out
gravel from the newm well, let go at the
saime lustaIl I-to rescue the child, forget[fii
-all of thte peril inI which this placled the
well dilgger, Mat Jenkins. The (1hlk( was
savedl uharmued, but1 poor Mat -hle dodged
the dlescendhig tubl of earth.
TFhe ,total receipts of B3arah BenhIardIt's
dramatic elie tilnment i A tlanta amount
ed to $2,687.60O. Tlhat does not look like
halrd timos andl U Cent cotton.
"And now there's~ the devil to pay" ex
claimed the newspaper manager late Satur
day afternoon. And out of the cash draw.
er he took 92.50- omervllo Journal.
ThO Convention of Cotton Growers which
met by appointment last week in Augusta,
recommhiended a reiluction of 20 per cent in
the area planted.
WC trust that this recommendation will
be adopted by every farmer. It is utter
nonsense to talk or to think about the prob
ability of your neighbor planting less
while you arc plaiting as much or more
than you did last m ar.
The only way to reach the cnd proposed
is for each farmer to covenant with him
self not to plant within 20 per cent. as
many acres as he planted last. year. Any
plaii that proceeds upon a different line is
doomed to distippointment--isappint
Inent of the individual farmer, disappoint.
ment and disaster to the country at large.
Let each individual farmer realize that
there is no motey but actual loss, for him
in any acre above 80 per cent. of what he
plaited hist year; and thien act like an in
telligent business man. --Cotton Plant.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,)
County of Pickens.
Court of Cimmon Pleas.
S8ummon,01s. (Complanmt, otrve.l)
Clatidus lurns, Othello lhtrs and Kitti!
Burns, iiors, by their gitardiai ad lit
ei, Lewis urns, I'laintiffs,
Eliza A. E. E. flughes, Lillie ". Knight,
Mary T. Thompson, Estlit r L. Fowler, i
nunilor, JohnmeT. Stephens , Samuilel U. 13.
SteplhIems, "MaI ry Jane St(plens, James K.
Sti-lphens, Mary Ann Stephens, a inior,
and A. T. Steliens and J. T. Lewis and F.
M. Morris, paitners doing uisiness under
the name and style of Lewis & Morris, )e
To the )e'endaits above naintiled:
You atre hereby summoned and required
to answer the coipliint. ill this action,
which wais IIil i tlie ollice of the Clerk
Of the Court for the county and State
aforesaid, ol l:e ith a(ly of ebrmuary,
18a2. :tid which is now oi ille in said of
lice, aind to serve a COpIy of your answer to
the sid I complaiit on the subseriber tit his
ollice at Pickes, S. C., wiLhin twenty
days after Ile service hereof, exclusive of
he diy of such service. and if you fail to
an1tswer the coIp1h3iint within the time afore
said, the phiintilys in this action will apply
to the court for the relief demanded in the
Dated Ilie ith day of Febrliary. 1892.
CIILWLES E. RItONSON,
-- n.] J. M. S-wrnrr, C. C. P. feblsw;
DATZLER & SMITIl
Bedsteads, 1. 5.
cliairs, 40 Cents.
Safes, 82. 0.
SIits o f 10 Pieces,8 12.50
Parlor Snits. Plush
T rinmmed, 8'.WS400.
Colli ns and 1 Caskets at
.1m1y time, (lay r01 night..
Push the bluttoll oil our11
front door aid your CaI
will be answered iunedi..
To1( get youri good1s ehe1Ct1)
IBATLER & SJVITR,
OgiTelephtone Nos. 64I and 38.
T~lAT'i- OFl St )-ThI (AlloIN A,
). CorTy or Pwi.i:xs
Evel inie liarkert atnd Thlie Geiser Manumifac
turiing Comptanyv, Ih bfenda:nts.
Summitots for lielief.
Tlo th ItDI)'fetdatn t, UTe Geiser Mannufatc.
Ytu are herebt-y stiitonedi and re'tilirmed
to antswver the comlint ini this actiotn, of
wIticht a tiopy is I-rtew ithI served tupona
vyou, attnl t serv att~t :1r of'l~ i yur answer
to Ih :l . i mlinittt n lie 'subscr'ibIer it
his tittice, ini Picketns. S. (C., wit bin twentyv
lays itfteri ser-vice hlerceof, i-xclusi v' of th'e
day of such-l service; anid it you fatl toI ain,
swir ft' chmpllainit within tI le t im' afori
satid. the laintiff in this a-tion will itp..
Iply to th litouflrt for the r telief demandtted ut
Ib)tted 5thI Febru-tariy, A. 1)., 189)2.
,J. M. SiEw.urr, C. C. P.
.IUCI.Il'S E. 1100GS.
Platinlt ilTs At tornte.
To Itle I )-tendlant, lThe (Geiser Alamtiitart
Takie noit i'e t hat thlit tcomlaint ini t his
aitI ioni was Ii led ini thle tlIhe of thle ('Ierk
on te II(th of Februari y. I S~1.
rehil w(' Plaintiff's Attornev.
STATE OF SOUTH C1AROLINA,)
Coiunty of Picio'ns,
Ily J1. 11. Newblerry, Eiti rt', Pirbt e
stt to mu to grant htimt Itters of
adn'hitstrationt of thte estate and effects
of Mrs. 1I. S. I iozns, d teeasedt.
'ITese are, therefo- u re, tot cite and adlmon -
ish1 all an;d si nguir thle hiitd red andh cred i
Itors of i hi saiid Mis. 11 . S. Ilo gjs, de
ces'ed, I hat t hey be1i and appearu lietore iteu,
mi Ithe (Comit of Priobate, to be hel at
Picken'ms C. It., 8. (C. , onth flit h ll day of~
Februtary tiext , atfter piubilicat ion hereof,
at I o''loc'k in the fotreinotin, to show
(-aitse, if any t hey htave, why (lie satid atd
miiiistrat ioni shul not. lit granmted.
Givent tinder 5ny hiatnd thtis thle 9tht day
if Febr'utt-v. Anno11 ) Domtini, 18$92.
Si' TATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
Couintty (of Piekens.
By vimrtue of ain exetwion f'otm the
Dort)t (If Pr'obate at thte suit of Car'
Ies I have levied upon and n ill 'sell
to thme htightest b)idder', on)
Satleday ini Mateb,
bexi, dutring the legal hours for sile,
Lho following describedl real estate,
All that pie0ce, parcel 01' tr'act of
and situate in tie county andi St ate
aforesaid, on waters of Fifteen Mile
I.re'ek, adjoinintg land)ts of F. V. Claty
ton, WV. V. Claytont, Witdner Symmnes
and others, containing sixty (60) acres
more or less. The land is sold to
Terms oash. Purchaser to pay for
papers- Uf. A, RICH EY,
fe9Sherif 141-on omum'.
S TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
By virtue of decretal orders made
on the 16th day of Jonuary, 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
Banks et al vs. A. Mat Boggs; Samu
el Banks et al vs. B. F. Harris; Sam
ual Banks et al vs. George Banks;
Samuel Banks et al vs. A. W. Me
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 estate
No. 1. All that piece or parcel of
land on the north side of Golden's
Creek on the road leading from Pick
ens C. H. to Liberty, containing sev
en (7) acres inore or less, and describ
ed by metes and bounds in a deed
from Rt. P. Banks to IV. T. O'Dell,
dated 8th (lay of January, 1881.
No. 2. All that piece, parcel or
tract of land contaiiiing three (3)
acres more or less, deeded to W. T.
O'Dell by Williamu Banks on the 1st
day of April, 1874, to which deed
reference is had as to metes and
No. 3. All that other tract of land
containing six and three-fourths (64)
acres adjoining the above three acres.
No. 4. All that piece, parcel or
tract of land i-i said county and
State, containing twelve and one-half
(121) acres, on north side of Gold.
en's creek, as described in a deed
faom It. P. Banks to R. S. Boggs,
dated 17th Deceiber, 1881.
No. 5. All that other parcel or tract 1
of land on the north side of Golden's '
creek containing eight (8) acres more
or less, and described in a (Iced from I
Emily Banks and George Bauks to
R. S. Boggs dated December 28th 1
No. 6. All that other tract or plan
tation of land in said State and coun
(Y onl Golden's creek, known as the f
old homestead land of It. P. Banks,
deceased, hounded by lands of W. T.
O')ell, Mrs. Clayton and M. A. '
Boggs, containing fifteen (15) acres s
1ore Or less. di
No. 7. All that other tract or par
cel of land on Golden's creek contain
ing fifty (50) acres more or less, ad
joiningi- lands of W. T. O'Dell, A.
Mat Boggs et al.
No. 8. All that other piece, parcel
or tract on Golden's creek, waters of
Twelve 3Mile river, containing thirty
five (35) acres more or less, and hav
ing such metes and bounds as set
out in a deed from T. C. Clayton to
W. H1. Sanders on 15th November,
No. 9. All that other piece, parcel
or tract of land in said centy and
Sl ate, containing twelve and one-half
(12 %) acres more or less, agreeable to
p)lot. of same made by J. J. G*arvin on
2d Deccember, 1881, and sold by Sn
san A. B3anks to A. M att Bogon- -
10 th Jan uary, 1884.
No. 10. So much of all that piece,
parcel or tract of land claimed by A.
Mlat, Boggs ais falls within the two
hundred acre tract of land1( deeded by
llansomn Danks, senior, to William
Banks on the 16th day of January,
1861, plat of same can be seen on
day of sale.
No. 11. So munch of the tract of
land claimed by B. F. Harris as falls s
within the two hundred acre tract of n
land deeded by lRansom Banks, sen- a
ior, to William Banks, on the 1Gth p
January, 1801. Plat will be exhilit- ti
edon dayW of sale.
No. 12. So mneh of the tract of 2
land1 nowi in the p)ossession of George s
Banks as falls within the two hun
dire<d acre tract, dleedled by Hansom y
Banks, senior, to WIilliam Banks on i
the 16th January, 1861. Plat of si
same will be exhibited on day of f,
No. 13. All that other piece, par. 13
eel or tract of land in the county and1 s,
Stazte aforesaid, containing one and
one-half (I 4) acre more or less, ad-ls
joining lands of the estate of James tI
Parsons, S. A. McCrackin and the
estate of Ransom Banks-.f
Terms of all the above mentioned
tracts of land, one.lhalf cash, the bal
ance in one year with interest from
day of sale, secured by hbond and1 a
mnort gage of thle premises.
Puriichaiser to pay for papersC~ and
for recordling t1.he same.
J. M. STEWART,
(lerk of Court.
Non- Itexidenit SNumons
TIf E STATI-E ( F SOCT'f' 1(Alto ldNA,
Smmoins for~ Itelief.
WI. F. 1Pudd Pet itionter,
J1. N. WA. Smith, S. 1R SmirthI. E. TP
Smih, Ma:rthaii logr:I,n, S:arahi J. J)otI
StmithI, Mary .J. I ilcer. Mar lt E. Ste
iimhens..Jnzlia A. WahIllrop, Mary Smith, W.
1I.. SnuthI, J1. F. Smith. S. II. Smith and
.J. A. Smith Plaint ills,
W. A. St eflIhens, .Jameis SmithI, 8. V.
Snith ai:nd Joanna111 Stephmels - I)cfendants. Hl
Also oii the (case of the same lainltiffs,
W1.. 11. tOm rett,. James SmithI, S. V. Smith
anid .J(4mum1 Stephenm(ts-- ).1mienant s.
Also lin th Icase of ti.e same plaLintiffsi, E
W. W ator ae mih .V
SIn iih andt .Jnnai i St (l ephes-De)fendan11ts.
l'o t he De (f,ndanit , S. V. Smit hi:
Yon are hleey sliinmmoned and1( requiredI
to anisweri the Pet itionf iln this action,
u bich was tiled in the office of the Clerk
oIf the Cont of Commoni Pleas for the
(ounty and1( State aforesaid, oni thle 7th day a
of .Janumlry: 1892, and1( which is now on
tl~ill said otlce, and to serve ai copy oIf your y'
anhswer to the said petition oni thle sube.ri- *
herIs ait their (Iflice iln P'icns S. .J.. withmn It
twenty (lays after the service hereof, ex- so
(luit5ve of thte day of such service, andl if ~
you fail to answer the- petition within a
the time aferesaiid, the ietitioner inl this i
actioni will apply to the Court for the re
lief dlemandled in the petitio,n,srt
D)ated 7th daiy (If January, 1892. F
(L. s. .3. ~Attorneys, Pro Pct.
[1- 8- J.M.STNwanIT, C. C. P. jaLi4w6 Q
Chilly, Chile, Chili
"WAR, AND RUMORS OF
.ow what in the world makes you d
iou Chileans round Valparaiso?
Jnclo Sam says you musn't net so,
3ut if you insist on a fight just sa
Has been found to stay at bom
vith the woien and children an
dho will furnish at a moderate pric
wvder, Shot, Lead, Caps, helf
Yads, Primers, Loading Tools an<
3reech-loading Shotguns to shoo
Shovels, Spades, Picks, Hoes an(
lattocks, to dig the holes with.
Blankets, Quilts, Boots, Shoes
fats, Caps, and Clothing to cloth,
And Flour, Meat, Syrup. Sugar
,ard, Grits, Cheese, Crackers, Cof
!o and Rice to feed them on.
Not to mention a lot of V6o1 au
Vool Socks, Axes, Plows, Chains
ines Washpots and Soap and L
ght of other things including Gar
Dn Seeds and Potatoes.
A. T. McFALL.
A change in our fim is contempia
xl at an early date and( from thi:
ate until our present stock is dis
osed of we will otler our entire stocl
t a great reduction.
Tremendous stoc~k of Jeans an<
hoes to go at a salcrifice. This i:
o old shop-worn stock of goods w<
re oflerinig butt brand new goodls
~uyers will have a picnic as long a:
There is a few pieces of Jeans a
5c., up; Shoes 20c. per p>air, uip; bes
bitting 4) cents per' yard.. JBi<
toek of Groceries at redu~ced prices
lard ware, Cr-ocke rywa re, Gliass ware
'inware-inl fact, everythiing niow ii
tock to go. No reasonable offer re
A few more of those fine Texa.
ed, RuIst-1>roof, Oats, call and ge
>melT while I hev last.
If yon owe "us any thing call and~
3ttle at once. No goods charged af
r this (date.
Six line cooking stores at cost and
eight; A go(t horse for sale cheap
IARRIS & MORRIS.
October 27th 1891.
H ~IE R1IPANS TAIULF$l regulate the stomach,
ant t ako i a ssd alaygeffecta A reiabl
reeds orllliuaoesslotee on the Fae,
Chronie D)iarrhwa. cho e TroubsoDIa.
btes, Dsisorderod *to mach, DIazines, D)ysentery,
tLe fA titn ,Me Dpsn Nausea,
tion,Pm:s Rush of Illood
toihe nead 8low conm
plexlon Sal t l theum, Scald
iead orof -l/ Iula,i:k Head.
ache Skin Di. 4 eaes,Sonr
Liver, 1/lcers, Wate r' Brash
and every oth- er sy mp to m
or dinese th,at _. .- --r esults from
aneof tIrsnctlons bythe stomach lver and
i!5(teN. Perisns givnt over-eatlegar bon.
continued use o~ the Rtipans Tabules is thne s'sreast
noting that can be injurous to te most del .
P.0O. Box 672, New York.
A N w~
stems-lalnig Yonnt Mn:i Truns & f'n. l:nntrineted
lastarted mea. I wssoke steadily ands ms.atc m r.,ss v tstr
snI expeted to. I bs, oanalto atnsy a,l-n s~, h .an risel isild
mall summier ho-tel. If I do:a't snreced t ihr t. I w:ll go
werk a galn at the busainesss in-hch I madsso r-y stoney.
l'sned - n.: ShIall wo is,rnest and stas t ynn. rendor?
we do. andI if ynnt work imhnsstrln-.ly. ynn, t =:i in de
se be able ,o bny an 1.1 nwt nndsilid a. lsmte. if ten wish
Money can he earst.l at oner esew line~ of wn,k. rap
and hsnnrably, bs ts.so of eithetr sex, ynung or oid,
in theIr own loca-fiis, whiers er thter live. Ansy on.
i dothe work. EassyItole:ern. We fnrnishlteverytinrg. N.
k. You can downvto yonrs ,s nre isnsens, er all y.our time
thework. Thiaenir&v neow tes-Il,brinsgs w,ondserfsl suC
uateeveryvwnrknr. lletihmerisnre earn ing from,S2ai to
10 per week an noswardt andi snore after a li:sinexpe.
nee. we enn' futrnah ynns ihosmptnynent-weteach yos
I,EEI. Th, In an nest .f s-rosretqn things. and here is
other great. ,.n-al. wsn.I:h givlng wtsnder. G rea.t gaing
iliewardi every insanstrinns woarher. Whesors ynn are,
d whatever vin are dloing, yon want to knew about tii
ndortfil wor~k at once. Dlelay meas ranch meney lest te
a. Ne spice to i e b4fo wi ter
ElE e v. n' 400. Aasast.a. kie.
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COST NOT CONSIDERED I
Having bought the entire Stock of Goods in the business.
of Lewis & Morris, Pickens, S. C., we propose to sell the en
tire stock of said Lewis & Morris at and below cost. These
goods are not shoddy, but of the very best quality. In order
to make room for a more uniform stock, they must go. Come:
1Z NO GOODS CHARGED AFTER DATE.
MORRIS, MAJOR & CO.
N. B. Parties indebted to Lewis & Morris, will be ex
pected to come with the money and SETTLE AT ONCE.
LEWIS & MORRIS%
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