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f have an e lectric
-' is, of Ceasar's Head,
confined at home
ek on a short Ti8it.
>mmnenced his school
- with a good attend
- ,sworth visited Miss
of Greenville last
lets baptized thirty.
A near their church
ntion meets next
- Let the delegates
ve7 dusty so the
b welcome last
,r., hn been quite
iorc. We trust that
I to health.
ssioners will have
I on the overhead
'ive 0llices and also
ad bound10 purN1uo,
henee Ut first she iew,"
orter is teaching a
-5 on, below Easley.
lce Miss Mary i
e better Ist Tues
iends hop) to hear
ere next Monday,
ies Aldrich, presid
weekm thi tim- I-.,
s uiuero irs. Well,
no doubt make it a
tves on the planta.
Is, on Twelve Mile,
isles last Sabbath.
sick with the same
of Mr. Ervin Hen
Willie, brother and
xpect soon to take
~f to his
>t. will bie
I at Paice
dI to act
eat it al
mJI out of
an out in
A, , athrough
ibbathi on the north.
* . car in which he was
)Iacerded mi iaming
*e Chamnp len of the
en recei vinig more
* atic President-could
ied at his home in
iht the 12th Inst.,
- s sick only a few
w and five childreni.
- 'called, was a good
ny friends who will
of is death. is
isly ii for several
it to be getting on
g t, Clerk of Court,
U uove into his new
~e the change sogn
fcourt. Wheni all
- ected into the new
tend to as much
-as in a half a (lay
*It, exposure. And
with 01ne, aill wiil
So many who are unworthy apply foi
charity, that the pathway of a deserving
unfortunate is made rugged. Mr. Tire.
walt, of Catawba county, N. U., witi
eighteen otherF, consisting of his children,
two or three of his neighbors and their
children, last spring went to the Indiar
Territory to try their fortune. They be
came so aflicted with malarial fever that
they lost their crops. With very littl
money, somC hope and many chills, they
pulled U) stakes, hitched up their teamis
and started for their old homes. They left
two of their number beneath the westeri
sod. They struck camup at the Wolf creel
bridge near Pickens at nightfall last Sab
alth. Three of their number took a lan
tern and came to town to beg bread. They
returned, ate their scanty store and wen
to bed with their hunger, their chills ali
their sorrow to dream of a life of plent3
and gladness in the old home, then t
awake again to hunger and chill and sor
row and weariness, and look with logini
eyes and fainting hearts to the ence happ;
homes left in the hands of others. The3
wonder, "Will we get there?" and still th(
wonder grows "W Wy did we leave?" Mr
Tirewalt was very tired.
To my friend "U" again. The proof o
the pudding is the eating thereof. We
have ate of this Tillmianisim for two yeara
or about so, and we have found it very,
very bad indeed. And as to your third as.
erion, I at contident you never saw Inc
for I was not at Pickens on the 10th of
August. It makes ie feel awful bad to
think that people will join a band like
"Uideons Baud," which band a uan has
said is worse radical than the Union League
and the oath terrible. The fellow said he
once belonged to the Union League and he
found it so very rotten that lie eased out of
it and ie did the sane thing with this Old.
cons Band. I have his word for it and
that is all I know. Thanks be to God you
will never get me to join an oath-bound
political party and God deliver me from a
man who is a candidate for office who does
belonm to -nn ' k,, -e4 - - -
-- - - -.,.y 'wot 1abbath. The fu.
neral was had from the Methodist church
being conducted by the pastor, Rev. Bal
lenger. A large concourse of relativem
and friends were present to witness the
last sad rites. The church was nol
sufficient to accommodate them. Six 01
seven years age Mr. Ellison united with
the Presbyterian church at Mt. Pleasant,
Some time after he moved his membership
to Zion Methodist church, this, as his pas
tor stated, being more convenient to his
in aad aroutnd Wihuuingdmx, andl elstwhlr
on the line will taike adlvantagi of thle lo'
rates to the National Capital and to Bait
utiore, Piidelphia, New York and othn
cities North. Rt han already been1 at
nounced that the cheap rates are offered c
accoumt. of the encampment of the Gras
Arm,y of the Replublic at Washington, bi
of course, the excursion rates are offere
to general public as well as 0. A. Rt. me
Tickets wvill be on sale from Septemb<
13th to 20th inclusive, and will be goo
returning untl and includig the 1st <
The rate for the round trip has been fiy
ed at one fare and as there has been som
inquiry in regard to the matter we are at
thorized to state that passengers will hav
the privilege to stop~ over at all points b<
yon d Weldon and proceed on their journe
at any tune until the limit of the ticket eal
pires. This will give a splendid opportu
nity to those who desire to stop over an
visIt the battlefields along the route, is
cluding the battlefields arvund Richinoni
atnd at Stonoy Creek, Reams' Station, Fiv
Forks, HTatchers' Run, Graveley Run' Lee
Mill, Malvern H1il1, Seven~ Pines, Fredeu
ck sburg, Chancel lorsvillo, the Wildernes
and other historic sputa.
The cheap rates by the Coast Line whic
is the shortest, and qjuic'aest route North
will afford a good opportunity to mer
chants for an economical trip to the Nortli
ern markets. The service will be doubt<
dlaily,wvith through Pulman palace b)uffe
sleepmig ears, and the trip willibe jutst a
comnfartable a one would desire.--WVil
ming~ton Messenger, Sept.. 2(d.
Time to tAo wesat.
Now is the time to take advantage o
tihe low rates and (luick schedules o Terei
by the Rtichmiond & I)tville railroad t,
the ''Great Wes.t."' The Tlhrou'gh Ca'
Route via Birminghtam is the short, line t,
Arkansas, Texas, Missouri, Indian Tlerri
tory am.d the other Fitates of thatt won'to
.Qsctin. D)ouble daily schedules rcacl
an i qul klyter points most comiforitabl
anhrouickltohis wa.B age checke
thrleg and (etrit on k r maps, tu
age~ n d th r lfwation, call on an
aR.n W. ti grat system, or addl e.5
ov. '.At. eGa.Pne
As far as heard from Easley gives Mau
din for the Legislature, 103, Lynch, 10
Field for County Commissioner, 144, He
dricks, 110; Boggs for Coroner, 112. Pt
sons. 148; Clyde for Auditor, 120, Bryat
143; Morris for Supervisor, 114, Cureto
Pickens-Mauldin, 127, Lynch, 68; He
dicks, 70, Field, 129; Boggs, 08. Parson
123; Clyde, 110, Bryant, 88; Morris, 8
Liberty-Mauldin, 76, Lynch, 67; He
dricks, 69, Field, 72; Boggs, 50, Parson
77; Clyde, 62, Bryant, 71; Morris, 0
The following are elected: Laban Mau
din, Re resentatiye; 0. P. Field, Conini
sioner; V. 8. Parsons, Coroner; V. 1
Bryant, Auditor; J. D. Cureton, Supery
Will givo the full vote next week.
-Since Mr. J. P. Carey has finished tl
repairs on his dwelling, it is a thing o
beauty. The location Is one of the best I
town, and it shows off to great advantagc
It has two two-story bay windows, largc
well proportioned rooms, plastered on th
side walls and ceiled over head, with nort
and east front piazzas. The mantels ar
in the best style and elegantly finished i
antique oak, and the building is beautifull
and tastefully pailited.
Sunaimer Excurnion Rates.
Commencing Tune 1st 1892, the Riell
mnond and Danville Railroad will put o
sale reduced rate round trip sununer excur
sion tickets to all summer resorts. Ticket
on sale June 1st to Sept. 30th, limited re
turning Oct. 31st 1892.
A VALUABLE PiESENT.
A Year's Subscription to a Popular As
ricultural Paper Given Free to
By a special arrangement with the pul
lishers, we are prepared to furnish- FRE
to each of our readers, a year's subscril
tion to the norinr 1-onthly agricultuin
f our subser
.ages on sul
rance, and i
pay one yet
. and rant
i Farmer ft
can be see
All persons having claims against the estate c
Thomas M. Clyde, deceased, of Pickens count3
S. C., are hereby notined to present the same I
gaily proven, and all indebted to said estate wi
make payment to the undersigned at his oie
at Picken C. u. J. D. CLYDE,
Better Than an En
'Verlible i1torial Ch t, PC
8 1 1. . ilMa%Combind .
i Istory of our Govornment by A
and Conigresses. Latest 1892 Et
thies (largest ever printed). Mou
at top and bottom.
rrangemnts w,ith the publibhc
-obtain a numbeor of the abos
spe an prpos tofurnish one
abscriers. T iap is ai nCces
tirehool or otti.ce, 10nd willi be
.ble to refer to daily duri;g t]
aal campaign, as it locates at
npJortant fact connected with ti
country and American politics.
OUJLE iAtP CON~TAINS:
hiowing all of the Political Pam
-howing all the Presidents at
howing the Political Cormplexio
iiowing the Creeds of the Worl
ho~wing the Standing Armiest
lowing the N aval Tonnaigo
.1i of the World. 13x20.
('g f the Unitud States, Eati
itraJ Amenrica. l0x 10.
ith Afrien. 10xl3.
;>er Nutbia and Jlabe,h or A bys,
sia, Afghastant and hoeluchista:
a d free to anty part, of the Unlic teu mun, no
I st Th any new sub!scriber.
2d3. To anty rene*wal .sineriher.
r 3d. To any subsr.or now in arrears who pa
.As* the jnb'lishers limit the time they will ft
ni nah thaee m.u at tie low I .ices, weo adshi:e
d who dlesire to a',ul the,oelves of th,is opport
tnity to attend to it at once
For Younig Ladies.
Superior c: uontio,nal adv*aritages, t'hristian:
iluences; healthful location; meidicinal wait,
mountain scenery; commnotions tbuildings4 wi
Sopen ire-places- practical training itn hlOnlPel
e study, all for $8 per month~ for b:oartn and
tton . For ciretulars, address
REV. C, A. HAXPTON,
' uly1802. All Hecaling springs, N. C
SNOR MA L .-. SUIIO0
} The South Carolina Normal Musicatl Insiir
for 18192 will be held at Cross lIoads chturc
S(near IEaslOy) 8. C., colnmecing Mondtay At
S 2it, con.tiuing for a termh of tendays clost1
with a grand concert Trhursdrlv eveinig, Soj
istA. J.Shoaltr,Principal, J. Md. moopr,4
sisatan ereay Additional Teacht
will be P'rovided as needed.
Tuition For Fulil Normal Coturso rPupils
in advanced Harmon y Class..... 2.
. ull Course Pupils in Primary''harmony
Children between I2 and 15 yoeur''''~.
Child ren uinder 12 years.... ...... ..'''.
.Plrivate Lessons, organ, voice, or othier
branch, per It s"on......
hoard M50 ~i per week. 1ar inthr pftrietlai
adtdres.1. M1. Loop.t r, :,ien, 8. C1., or The A.
NO LOT fERi
*14,400 IN GOLD COIN
To be Giveni A way AbMoltieI
A 'iy-o for on,lyI~ E*jM on en't' bol t
Week ly C ourier.an , al for onet y-ear with t
oppo)(rtunIity o,f :.ek.:x4 e'timnns" for t he I'0
Y of fi't.;00 h i b.bi thin 9:atl .i p:-w.e .f
entt hi GIll 0l' I'ni. :mli.p: 'onv' of the. Week
(Conrie r-.'urnid cani be, tenl at 'thik oliir,
n u ill at cqto ",h Ien- e . i.dr LV,*
X 13 GO 0
They have swung their corners,
Some swung in some out,
And all wanted Sugar in thoirn,
It is now time to dig a hole and
. Bury the toruahawk and file the
Edge off the scalping knife, and
Put it up on a high shelf and let it
e Stay thero, and all join hands and
a Give a long pull,
i A strong pull,
And a pull,
All together, for the good of oui
i Our countiy, and thin Almanack ani
* We get everything pulled ou
Let loose and go home and attend t
Our own bnsiness for the next
And lej other folks business alone
And see how that will work,
A working man always has friendF
' You can't hold him down.
d He will got up.
And this Almanack will always
Slip tho scotch under the bin'd whec
0 For him whon ho begins to fag,
r But he must not "back" nor flicke
a nor "Sulk,"
s But come right square up to taweacl
r There is no one who appreciates i
n Man any more than we do.
There is no better stock kept in thi
Country foi him to select from thai
Keep and no better terms offere
We can offer, and no better induct
Our sales last year was the largest o
Any preceding year, and this prom
' car- That shows w l fo
* qualities and we hay
. -.60 Stock of shoes, and tb
Largest Stock of Clothing, and th
- Largest Stock of Hats, that we hai
Ever offered the trading public.
To say nothing of Furjuiture an
New goods will be added to thiR lin
1- From day to day and we will kee
Upg11 with the times. CJall in and se
Te'sno "dodging these questioni
Are herie to back 'em up, come a1t
W. T. M\~cFAL L
A MAN "*"ug!", """*a$4
n 300. INSURHE YOu n
payit'g~ exho' rbi tant prices by b,uying dire
from .1. C. (IAItiEETT, (ats,o~, S. O.,
G reenuville, 8. 0.,
dii Who have butt one pirice anud that i
u-. lowei't known. You can't par thin mo:
thtan intstrumntsa are actually3 worth. Thei
7are not built that way. Write for late
~ a I ns ine to i ule
)0 to - five td, o nof yu red rnih
rn oe apol ed of herwisedlu , an a). cop of.t
c. SVA al WIjL NISs w i sn
uc drspaponar... RE
- 'fillE WEE1KL,Y NEWS
INt it in'HINF/.M ANtI FAMI1.Y iE1PAP.1R F(.ini
6o1 Ut nv i.F.it),t. It11 i the Largest Weekly pul
liahed in ths) mu,thI -11xteeni largeo pages. It i
uqpIelu1 ily igolfu :t of, nn' t -fuly'ti ed .x If yo
hacve ieve'r x.in a cop;y of ii, sendt' for otte an
yout vwll p-ond e Mit 1te l.lsygest und beat ntew
itPpe you evft read. Atldureti
'rT: v.Wi;Ei*LY NE.Wa,
0aid settees for Rt. R.lDepota
BUIST'S TURNIP SEEDS Large
In Blk nd Packages. All varieties. SugA
Masen's Fruit Jars, The]
Tho Chm6 #ad Mie BeaLt.D
fStrong Apple Vinegar Tke Fin
We have some bargains in Good Shoes. Makiug ap4w for ko best atook
The best Goods for tho least money can alwayu be ad at
Largest, - $7.50.
21, - $5.00.
3d, - $2.50.
At SLOAN BROS'.
All our Turnip Seeds Tested.
Carriages, Buggies_and Wagons
TO CASH BUYERS!
We offer at REDUCED) l'RICES,
Carriages, Buggiies and Wagons.
COMIC, EKAMINE A Me n
The fl,'na of MYorris, MaKsjor & Co. has bCeen dissolvedl
It I hare bought thme entire stock or 'well selectecd l)r.a
- (Goods, Rhoes, hats, Notions, 4Arocertes, &.
For' the next Mlxty Days these goods uwill be sole'
at and RELOW CONT'. I insust haaye reousn for new"
geeds. This is the opportunlty of the season to gel
I meli striedly for CAsIt. D o o rdt
JOHN T. LEWIS.
N. BI. P?arties indebted to Lewis & Morris, will be ex
Spected to come with the money and SEITTLE AT ONCE.
L EWIS & MOR RIS,
February 1, I8N- Pleckens. S. V.
TeCause of Disease
* kience traes~ the tause of disease directly to one and the same source
a decrease of the VITAL. FORCE.
-The Electropolse Is a scientific Instrument based on the commo:
U, sense theory that to restore the strength and vitality is to restore th
health. It does this work quickly and effectually by enlisting OXYGEN
the health giving element of naiture. When drugs and medicines fail t
relieve, the ELLEC1RlOP~OlSE wjil 'ffect a permanent cure. if you are
sufferer from some physi.a'l lil whIch has tormented you for year
and years, it will cost you nothing to investigate the merits of th
ELEiCTROPOISE, and may save your life. Correspondence invitedJ
Lot Steel Nails.
ar and Coffee,
lost that can bo Bought.
LVTh LEIDAF LARD.
Ist Line of Tobacco
In the Market.
ever shown he'rc.
'CE & CO'S,
J. J. . 1; WI .,ii.TUS X. flOGOS
Land. i ency!
The PiekcriF .nw- . iisw hAs for sale
the f1lloW I !Iz ' r'ble i * 'i':
1'.A nere'. z8:iU,i 6 !tw' Li'urty: 12t" alerce ira
a high i.tat o f tilite: --'a d orrhai-di:
dwCliIn i .<.II ther ::('' e l; the best
AMil fnr'n it: l'lil -In ''n,1 '- yms e4y.
li'olicesol, on Wb r g .d faing "r paW
tire Inttad; 10 neres in ea'v.I.'n I wnilo from
1'i.'k6'l4 6) r :4rb1 - rm.a,i : 1% .1p1. i' go0d
wat e.w r --':h r. I cRttion MI And
Tbress, "1i dio4 'I .t' -' -I .1-. w-I br. rnnd
all thrLlrr : 1:- Ni * h''m I 1 t.'r n aatcl;
(1 wolliagm1 b'tIh' with IL? .af" 14-J4d we ~ata iion!!
necsa'4lry ont '.iblin all, ,at 1 ho' f- r n!ler; a
desirab, nt! rofitial-le ph1. Terus
15 acres on 'I Olwn cic one mile Wep (of Pick
ens; splendid power; saw miill, cotton g, -d
or and cofdnser, power Ire,4 griss' rml'; Al
ers'i hom4e, machinery in oieration;., good run
of custoin; one-hulf wn,h, bainro easy annuOil
234 iere.s on gradod rond .to p) -ipkintown, 4
niles north of lPickew. Olnlie hinied 'neres in
cultivatimn: %F5 acres bes', Twelve Mile river. jt
ton. Good cottfin .nd grain land. One good
dwellig ntilnld joilt1 to-it hmnre. Terrms
envy. ! - . co fo ; t .,h
I 6,10 acro-itninti ind ; gwrl f(i- r,ange,
170 n-.o' (I wit:rrof :iti i rivcr, 1 milo from
l'lwnn Uti- h.,rh an,l schovol hmure; 25
acres cware'.) w':0, il nere I r..wh -lw.inn; on
Public r(in.1, li 1 w t: r0l: I'- , i , .!4 1-IA .
'2116 eres of law Int ni r :rin tow:hip hen'
0a0toni .15 ncrus i t .Aivati-o. binnce itn oxii'.
ntl fopre-t abinm-.- '-e, .,,ei. ,r
oll w., (a.d;p
ut *p r cevW.
401 nter.- R i
411 1i' l, .11124 1
melIt: 4on1 the 1
A 14s. e 'Iii's i
v'ihet II i al I.
ZAN) nites b il m il tw"':1whip tenl mliles
from Crelaliville wt ini li 1 ' 1 : I~5 ac ...I
.iv ttion. il0 neres N'0 I b1ttoin andl4 i1;, ibi 'pts'
Ltnru; 1111.e .nri :t it ''a i' r 'o n ii 14h nuesitool
li1u4 I; t' .'o6 I temu4121it' houtes, weil -.y.1trg
wo'uld iiel la .ai e tr 1.t, 1 jr dii'le iptlltrQet6
part 4' th, ~ bnh1'e 6.' ln thne41 u12 at 1 bar 'eeni.
A des141rnic 4inif ner 0'2 I n 11. 411lrvita e"r~t re thndt
!'%ra'i eta n6 avls e ' ': afl4%: al1so des3irable1 lot1 fronat
In on.4 4)2 1 w61 n161 treet: Ylii: Ier-1 b6alrrtn irn town.
tI6i arr26,6 in Esue. a I tosia P. gooai iCxma1
1a I('l': I ra r .2, ai 141,ri . III: , aint 1ce.9e ( II'
tIvi'2(I,.. -P) 66 21.en ,1 th 2'Ie initre. bnhure21', in best (42'
timbe.r ; 3 atnilas 411t aIl r'on' staL4hion 2211 (
chu ra:ca ua schoo;i wid be 6,12d s.aeap on e1ny
A good., h) bainin- -1 00 nGr1es1 ini lUatnsvli ha' town
6dhip, -10 aat're' a : ItInt'iat:e,, :,plCa'id,i tinr'r I
'2S110 ' n ri's -il in 11 i I 1a w i t, 6 1iel 11n 4 Ii a '?'
rond:22 10ve 111 ' h ;twlla, niki p'' 1'4ii g 2 -m; Ia't U .t'
god46 la44. hott1 I', 50) aI n ris Iin : ipe a.a n. 202, 22')
wnt re-4.11 a bn 1 i tlil,~ A u.6. 11k'a., (4
.11n '1 in a i g e re, 44m. 4! sal , ) .: .' wehl jol':
A fari' of1 *'l4 n.-n,. 4 miles6 west' alt. piei'
watored h4. v &'r. 14 a.m ri ng'i s: 2::enr (-I 6 eo63i
che::- '0(1 se Ie h.tae- aie'.fr,sbb. 164hibor
-1 - ' '' . :1, l-- 1 I:dr. 61 ,
fit ', ' a. 1 g , , 4.f- *
a" '- ' ': i rns c..-,
614 ' - 1 -l n a'0 *
h- 1'i a n '- . .
4' 'w I .,2 , - a,2a
r 'a - 1 -44.. nn
'1 m <;. * a r- -e21 .' .:I ' u~ a i' ('-uhy :aOri
bo.1a1 e,tt'n' 1- r- tao ' f urC 6 a dIa y~ to.& 00211of
r'21 be 'i'd 6me ra 1 .4) '. ' - ae
I 1t:12 figat refr .08 k a h~ r4.*., - a '''n 41:V hoIa
Mipy 46. .112 b:nny* .!'! ;I6 , Voce ta n i no
rnnt. 1( 1a , 1 91 1-, l4&t.!'''' ' .a 424W1h
A'4 . -me h:62' et na . f' ! . ,e.'1: t h " .rid
ye-I of624( the 6.611h' r'6 :1fe - '1 4." . 'a 1 i 122 oemr ,; .
in' writing, 14. 1. * ntni asl 4,m ent:~ire v4et11 a1;arl y
of 11bobi 11 ItIW6%1'wort.iis iraig th~e -e,(rZL'Ct,
sllih, derivoatlon andu defin:i 162n of sa.n,e n114(
i s theo regninor .tan'lardi 64d'ze. :ontIiniIa*g.fahout
300,000 minnre16 inebes' of'l pr'Fi 4. nlrince, i:.n- i,a
bounid ian cloth, half mfor'a(oco5( ndheep.
'ntiil further(4 noati(ce we wil,1! furn1ish1 this vial
- 3.1. To4 113 . 6. r il '-. 2 .. '1' i ber. 1'1.~0 .t
upj to .1.an. la 1.-:<6, 6.6. I4e i a i 1.1 0* .z 9'. via -
Full1 ('6ia i'(t:i, g ilt dea nd642. Imch 44 4 p
14r:1 ah;t 4.1m .:, . 7'I4. 4114C, tAnek~
rIr on ar r !i er I ("1 , y, 1*.' -. 'V.ld O r'
I bs rib r 1 t'a:r a: Ib at .m: a -t Ityr. ii.ne .-.
As th Wil '''h i ea d n
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