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-Rait The first rain sinlce court week
fell hero last Tuesday.
-Born. to Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams,
on the 21st lust., a daughter.
--Dr. 0. W. Earle's and Mr. J. E. Cox's
iew residences are going up rapidly.
--t Is said that Coroner-elect W. S. Par
ions is thinking of moving to Texas.
-Mack Graveley, who has been very
ow with typhoid fever, is convalescing.
-Prof. W. V. Vickery, of Hartwell,
Us., was among his Pickens friends last
S-Urs, J. L. Thornley and sen John,
tisited relatives and friends In Anderson
--A meeting of jthe directom of the
3ickens railroad will be held here today
--Colttmbus day was not observed at
his place by anyone so far as we know or
-There were thirty-four applicanIts for
ertificates as teachers before Commission
it- Bright !at Saturday.
--Mr. A. M. Morris has had two nice
:himneys built to his dwelling and dressed
t in a nice coat:of paint.
-Squirrel and partridges are very plenti
'lI this fall. On the first day of Novem
)er the game law will be out.
-One of Mr. 1. B. Merck's little chil
tren got badly burned on the 17th. The
)articulars could not be learned.
-Give the SINTINUL your advertising
md job work. It will do you good work
ud treat you right every time.
-The ladies of the Liberty Baptist
hurch, have arganized a "Ladies' Aid So
ety," for the benefit of the church.
-Rufus H. Hunt, son of Robert. 0.
lunt, died at his father's last Wednesday,
2e 19th Inst. Aged about 18 years.
-Mr. R. A. Howen haq sold his livery
ables at this place to Capt. J. L Thorn
y. J. L. Thornlcy, Jr., will run them.
-The bridge aero,s Town Creek on the
uInpkintown road, is haolly in need of re.
airs. It is said to be in a dangerous con
-Anderson Babb has completed his new
welling, and it is a very handsome one.
fr. James Raines will occupy it and keep
-John Allen, colored, was examinled be
are Judge Newbery lAst ThWsday as to
is sanity. le was adjudged insane and
int to the asylum.
-Miss Lou L. Gridley, of Greenville,
at the Ambler House. and Col. W. A.
>Aelough, from 0ainesville, Fla., is also
sticating at the Ambler.
-The meeting at Golden Cr-ek to be
nducted by ltev. It. 0. Berrv, wil
,mmence on Saturday, instenil of Priday,
was stated in last week's 8HNTI.XF..
-The eclipse of the sun came on last
iursday as was annunced, but not exact
on time. It was 12 o'clock before it
as seen here. It lasted about four hours.
-We regret to lern thet Mr. .J. Willie
ithem got painfully hurt last Satumday
rning by steppiing on the overhead ceil
g of a _building which gave way with
-Mr. J, T. Price has bcen sfudying te
traphy at Senoia. Ga., this y ar and his
cnds will be gladi to know that he has
mipleted his course, lie is now one of
e lIhtning slingers.
--Dr. J. Rt. Riley wa detained at Green
>od last Sunday 4y the illness of a neph-.
r, Iu tho reason lie (lid tot, till his appoint
--nt here. lie will preach here next Sun
y at the uzsual hour.
-Mr. . R.Kay has bought a quantity
b Ritper. near ilee(-I's Moutnfaint above
-igtsod's Miil, ai-Id will seen move his
ill there to saw hunber.
---One hundred anti twenty mnGnshtiners
jail at Atlanta. have petitionied the pres
ent to pardon~t thIemi before the gene(ral
ection. Th'ey promnise to vote for flar
son, if he will pardon thorm.
-The' chief en:rineer of the R. & D). 11.
.in compantiy with MIr. John F'erguson,
spi%ctedi the Piekens Itailroadt last week.
he purpose of his visit is not known, but
is thought to mean something.
--Rev. W. K. Boggs amnd family 'were
ere from Augusta, Ga., visiting relatives
ad friends last week. Mrs. Boggs and
idren are now at Mrs. Sarah Alexani
,r'a, Mrs. I1.'s miother, andi( will remain
-Mr. 8. A. Burns wishes to notify his
2stoaners that lhe expects to spend! several
veks in Fhoridat durinig the winter, anti
eenid like for thetm to bring what work
hey want (done (durinig the winter by the
5th of November.
--Cato Edenis, w-ho wats taken from jail
ome two or I ttree weeks ago., ont :tcount
if sickness, died at his home oni last Fri.
lay night of typhoid fever and pnemnltonin.
-ls remains wer buried at Ocienoy the
lay following htis (deatht.
--Atteution is called to the new adver
lsemenit of Smnith & Bristow. They have
.n Ifnmense stock of lhats and 'st-ylish
slothing for boys atnd men. Their prices
ire the most reasotnable, and they neverci
all to give perfect satisfactioni to their eus
--Behannon & Wiltson, house, sign, car
lage and-wagon paintter~s, beg leav-e to an
ounce tha fact that they are located in
'ickenis and solicit your p'atronage. Fiist
lass work gtuaraniteedl. and prices as low
s the lowest. All orders left itt McFall's
tore will receive thit- prompt attention.
--Mrs. Vicy HIendricks, widow of the
ate George Ihendricks, died at home near
Iriffin chuirch last Friday night at the ad.
- anced age of 8'2 years. SIhe was a sister
.f Uncle A bner Mullinix, and leaves many
riends and relatives to mour-n hecr death.
icr remains wetre buried in the family
urying ground neatr her 1homie, on Sunday
---The friends of Henry Dutratnt andl
.arry Thorn hey will be glad to know that
icy htaye secured a position otn the electrie
Ir line.- in San Antonit, T~exams. They'
ro n&.t very' well plensedh 'itht the con
y nor the people', and spe'a of imotvinog
ist. Th'ley have wvritten b r-k to other
nng men here advisine themii ntic to~ come
eore as jobs are very htardi to get.
---Mr. John Freetmnn, one of the most
tiable and substantial eitens of this
)mnfty, diedl at htis home three tiles above
are last Thursday night of consumption.
o was 5~ years of age, and leaves a wi f
1(d three children. ils Vrmains were humr
d at Becana lat Satua day. Hie was a kind
.tIher and htusbantd, a good neighbor and
tizeri, and a brave soldier in thie late War.
-Mr. John L. EllIs, cheered *mur sane.
- 'm by a short visit last Monday. His
ay friends in ttids commnunity will be
aif to know thait lie and his are enjoying
-reasonable share of health and prosperi..
.He has always been a democrat to the
re, and informs us that liall county,Ga.,
safe in the deniocratic coluimin. 'ihe (Ie
ocracy has beeni giintg ever since the
-Col. T. N. Cooper, one of the best eit
izens of Transylvania county, N. (1., (lied
of appoplexy on the 12th inst. Ile was
out on a hunting excursion on Davidson
River near the Pink Beds. IIe wa many
years collector for the Western District of
An Irishman and anegro agreed to settle
the (111estion of Wilt) was the better man.
They also agreed that as so)nI as one was
satistied he sho0Id indieate the fact by Rim
ply saying "suftleient." After pounding
each other for sometime. the Irisliman sang
out, "sullicient," when much to his disgust
the negro exclained: "Sho, I've been try
ing to think of that word for twenty min
-Last Wednesday evening as Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Kirksey were returning bomle
from a ride and as they turned from the
street into the lot, the mule they were driv
ing took fright and ran away. Mrs. Kirk
Scy was thrown out iand hurt right badly.
Mr. Kirksey tried to stop the mule but it
ran on sad against a fence with the buggy
which upset it. Mr. Kirksey was thrown
out and sustained some very severe and
painful injuries. We are glad to state that
they are both recovering and will soon be
out again. The buggy was completely de
Too uch1ue Frolicklng.
At a negro frolic in this place last Satura
day night "Jinm Bob" Rosamond, it Is said,
shot John Bowenl with a pistol, the ball en
tering on one side of the forehead, and
glancing around the skull, coming out on
the other side near the temple. Rosamond
asserts that the damage to Bowen's head
was caused by a stick with which he
knocked him down., and that Bowen's
pistol, which lie had drai n on hin' "went
off"t as he (lowen) fell fromthe elfects of
the blow lie gave him with the stick. Both
partles are colored.
The oil mill at. this place commenced op
eration for the season on the 16th inst., but
the prospects for a successful run are any
thing but encouraging, as the cotton crop
in this section, from which the mill se
cures its supply of seed, is not moro than
a half crop.-Easlcy correspondent in the
MR. EnTrOm Sir; I am the one that got
up the petition for United States pri.
oners in Pickens jail. I vicited the pri3on
ers several tines, and at one time while
- Keith was sick, (the man that died)
then again, just as Edfens wYaus taken sick,
anld when I went the next. time Eden had
been taken home. I warned the ienit that
there was a liabhiity of thei all taking the
fever. I leArned afterwards Dr. Earle said
it was not fever that caused Keitl's death.
I saw nothing special as I thaught to cause
fever, only so many together, which caised
a sickening scent to oitsider coming in,
which the prishAners could not tell, being
Ised to it.
It was entirely for humanity's sake I got
upl) the petition. 31r. HRiebe, as far as I
could see, was doing everytiing in his
pfwer for the comfort of the prisoners,
and t hey spoke highly of him, not havin
the leabt charge to bring a-zainst, him.
What we done we ailed for g od-thev
were not in jail for hi:nIuzzizg Crimies - -and
we thougit they could he 11tlidoned out
consistently. We aiie-d it for "!s)d, but
it la:; turned out worse fur the prisoners.
I lhave no dout tihe prisners lnd rather
have staid in l'iekeins jail to serve out thir
sentenice. If thu gnvea-rm1nent iad known
thlm all to he Ilt-puhtlicans I sIpmse they
wotild have beoln turned ( ut to VIte I
hamve alwa1y; heard Mr. RIClehey spoken of
as treating the prisoners weil.
B. llo R.
TMVitned It cpne Day.
Mr. W. J. F. 11ynes, wlo live- near
Brig.gs P). 0., '11iA c-unt, is our local
weathecr prci .o :catora. iIe wats inm Pic'k
en~s on the 1'tth inistmit, anid when asked
abla it the" weatheri said we w' uhii bare~
somue hadt:, di, g reeab'~c weather'i',, aouit them
said thaxt there wouhill in all prc oh:itv he
an eartioploaker atbou t the sxme time, lth 'ugh
we might not feel it here, bunt said to match
the niewspap~ers ad see if it was not s>.
Andmt sure cuongli here it, is:
Miartinsv'ille, Inad., Ocet. 10.-Two dis..
tinoct eart lupiake. shocksc we're f.!ll in M'ar.noi
!iOi'iaO.Zs in this townm were shial en: andt
clocks were' st nped. No dam'eage re.suit'd.
A chiance' for hanvd I nvestm nent.
I offecr fir sle oin reasonable c'termis, my
f:n m on headwaters ofi ltic's Criec k. tw'o
well of jloin. water'c. A thiree-horse drolp is
open1 for enitivat i:n and in goi'i condiitjin.
aog3I m:iov id ,I . IH. Ciaumi.
Whoid will b e pre.iente bend yourlt an
swer, wit,h eight tw"-rent stamps, for a
saiinlle copy3 of the Catnadlian Queen, cont
taining rules and 'ond(it ions, and seure
one oft time following valuable pirizes: Tro
the fir-st correc't answer will lhe awarded a
Steiiiway or (Chinkering Piano: thec two)
n'ext, 'ach ax pir~ of be'autiful I )iamn d
h'Kir-ltiigs the, niext ten, eachl a tir:t.i'iss
Sewing Machine. and toi thle last tein will ne
awarded ceh a full Silver 'T'a Service,
(viluie n.(t.0.). Ini a,lditioii to these, ev
ery p erson corrfeetly. nain g tin next P res
ldent will hiave' their chioice, of a a:emti
een'it D j'iaonil llraxcelet, a pa i' of Di:u'nond
(a-lin ' or ui impor zted Opera Glass.
(C''itc't e'losd No vembiler 7th. Any letter
lostma nork'd I tatde will he na'u'ptedI.
Du)trinog th i .m ite-t. special prmize/s wil be a
gi vein to th' t. ten ainswer's it ei el each
.411~ prizecs tor' theit U. 8. free of duty. A ds
dress'5: Dep'l t. "A\.''liT' Queenu l'ublish.
iing (ci., Lid., TVoiroint, Canada.
"'It chies mie g'otd to praise Botmice WMood
Balmi. It cured me of an abtiess on the
Icings and asithilnu t hat t roubiled ime two
yeazrs and that (otheri 1'eme(dico railed to bcen
Timer to E,o Wecnt.
Now is the time to take advantage of
the low rates antd qpiic! ieheduiles offered
by the Uliiimnd & hoville raxilroad to
the "'Great V West." Th'le Thri ough Car
ltaute via lirin ghm:n is thle short line to
Ai'k'.misas, Tr'xas, Missourii, Iindiain TIei'ri
tory ao.t lie othleri States o)f t,hiat woiider
ful sect ion. D)oub1 le thiily rchiedules i'a:ch..
inag all westr po511ints111 most1 :omi fortalty
and alikly t his wiiy. I agt.age chiecke'd
thlroughi to dusti nat ionl. l'r nie:ips, time
tabli's andi other informat.ion, eall on any
aigenit of this great sy'stemi, r a' eiss
Trav. Pasxs. Agit., 'I av. Il'assc. Ar't.,
oc28 Auiguetam, Ga. Chlarlotte, N. C.
Ilon. C'ole L,. I lits'', of Newherc'ry, has
post's to inlitocice at thie be'gininig of the
legishit ive session. ThIe fol lowiing is the
text of th:e billh
Sectio 1(1. Thacit frcom and after the thst
d cay of AIpri! A. I) Isle. no~ persoii shaill
imnufcture'tor i sale, sell. keep foir sale,
exchaxlew, harter(1 or dlisiense anyv inmttoxient
inug lignoi,~Vii', ho-,ib' tir hitte'rs for anyi
Ji'prpose w lhat ever in this .*t ate. P'rovided ,
I'hut. niothii'i cintain(d in thuis Act shalt
prevent miistcrs of ' thie Uos1el adminis..
viohating this Act i'hall he pun ishc'c by ax
hiio of iiot less thaii 'j.300, or more thanx
$1 ,000', or imiprisollinent, in lie State pen'li
tontiairy for1 a term of not ethan f111 ive ori
mocrte thtan ten year's for each offenice.
Sec. 3. Thnt, One-hllf of saiidIh lie shai
be piaid to the Informant anda the oither cne
half to the frece schiools of thme coutit I
To Go-West Quick aund itlca,
Would you like to know the biest way to
Texas, Arkan#..i, or any of the staIt-s out
A letter or peTtal card to ei Ier W d1EK
will secure you full infornutinta as to low
the bIest sicledules, :c., by tle grent It hrou
line over the Itiechmomd in4 Dannville I1
vin. At11than1t0l, W l Iin, in1ghatu1 . You cnl
tivket4 through by this tinle al hatve yItu
gageehecketd todlesti nitwt . nIll'je1 lilyv
land <(,ilok michedoille-t. All : tha on
R. V. 111"eNr, TorI-X . . :. in ga
U. a mIeloi,Trav. .ts.i. Al \'t., Citaitte,
Calume Aand EI1Nt.
ITe more promin t .f t !: e I'tr ,:a I
ter menbers of the s.soii ni)lt n r i. it.
man, .1. K. 'rh ial, ;. 11. si.h.. . a
K. Norris, Ml L. T.lOniSin. .loh n-. nrel I
Parley. W. 'I'. C. Ilit. .J . . .h;:. Sani
0'ie E-ingenv n;. t. Ji olm, (;Iry%-:a ,
T!lbeIl ort, W . A. courf!A'ji, Drn .I 'ri 11141111m
mijn olf. Tlhee imen ilf.t , in 4 ti' t-10e
form in thtes 1, n.i t 'Lpmd redrep,: o
evil" opprebo,ill' th a ining Classell.
At a meetiir of tle Board of Com
sioners of Electionl for Stat e, and Co
ofIlcers hield at Pickeii- C. It. oi the
October, 1892, T. C. Rt-Ahinion was ele
Chitirmlanl, anld the fiowing..'. p Is
appointed as Managers of he State
county election at the different voting
Cintltd im Pickens county, to wit:
MaIagers of Election for State
county oflicers. 8th Novembe, 1. 0j2.
EIsley-Joet It. Miller, A. W. Fu
Thos. .J. Bowen.
Central-E. H. Lawrence, F. B. ]
gan, D). G. Parsons.
Liberty - John T. Boggs, W. H. C
m1anl, S.aml J. IRobinson.
PI'cken.t-Geo. W. Dorr, J. Wmi. Mdl
D.ellsville --[. 11. Philpot, John J:
son, Joseph L. Looper.
Pumllpinlton- Matthe l(W "lespio, Jo
L. Stansell, Seahorn C. Kcit.h.
Martin's Store -E. A. Lewis, M. ).
trell, A. A. Alexandt-r.
Crosi Plahis Y. J. Ponder, J. K.
them,' .1. F. Williams.
Foster's stoer W. N. Hughes, GeO
Griillhi, Joe E. Fo,te-r.'
Mile Creek-L. 11. IDalton, J. 8. Boi
C. B. Finley.
Six Mile-Nosh R. Kennomore, Wa
Garr.tt, A. It. Stewart.
The election wi! hie hild on Tues
the 8th day of Novcmbler, I-S92, for
and County oluheq lid two mIetaIel
the louse af Reprnieetatives.
Polls to be opened iat 7 a. m. and
at 4 o'clock p. in.
Miaa--rs vill pi!.ve call oil the el
of this iboard at Pickens C. 1., S. C.
Friday hfgore the Itt iay of Novetr
1.NO2, for boxes and ftir'her in-itructiot
T. C. W)INSNSOON, Cl
Ws. T1. BOW E'N,
J. 11. 11INW S,
td0 w I Commiisioiie of Electia
At a mneptin-, of lie 1i-mrd of Com
s (oners of F'derl Fle tlions for Pic
(oity ol the l'7th di of October, I
W. TP. Pield was (1elect Iharnn,a(
following p(T*1ns W er '1i ppoint4-11 t;iI
$6rfs Of tl e I'd4 rai EN i-,1. to bf !
fl voting prechwv. in Pik l-s Cmu
U.iEl . hAt.1o uilo, l.TaLt
C'entra- J.I M. L-wrc, WJ. Ii. Ki:
AI-. . 1ili in o
NI.iherty i. \ . Richr,n .V
Iin,'u' \vb Chamlin. i
Pien-T CoikIII.opr, J. . r
Hser J. T. Robinson. W (I ~
Pum~ii1 kitown-J D.~ MiI a. eth
LCrcs iin- J.e Riin . Liatem, N.
tith tl ). T. .iloneiir.I( lgc.soth
MFnsers witorea c. Wlliams T
.il C., r ef-J.e. Priays, J. L. d
phreer, I8. S. ftewrt.xsatt tr
Eltctioto e1ii., o a
trict in the ift-tiCongeres f lcth
anags ers. ill ls calli onI te
mofrt thisWBoard ait Pickens Court Hd
8.C, o before Fia,the 4ni :' ithtd'
Ii.A. )tt:W.r Te . FELD hrn.
Th lartiaiel th i at e ehand
wf 11 or cih oasi h er and <eiI i
ordredtowor ot ~allne.i,
or befoethntay of livrember
E~aIct1. S.t U H ouI.
11. A.t Dtinarc t of B~Q i oar
t At fis-la hv ndhi utcep
mae tat on e mtrpaircel.o do
Iti ve Incd 1 call a t th itor- l ottice
kii Countyrck i. l of ikens*. C
Byt vit, ofI anC ore of forpel
W STATE1 OF SOUTIH CAROLINA, )
beflo County of Pickens. j
If car In Common Pleas.
I ftl By virtuo of oi-ders of foreclosure
mI- made in the following named vascs
on file in the clerks oface. I will sell
. he highest, bidder on
Saleday in Novvember
next during the legal hours for sale
bofore the court hou,3e doov at Pick
lens C. H. S. C. th1 following do.
-. T. seribed real ustito to-wit:
"itud A. P. Johnson aadmnistrator
'f r(:. Carver Raudell, Ct it
( the All that certaini pieco, pare' or
fly. tract of land lying and Lin- siate
in the county and Stato aforesaid for
merly owned by Franoia Hewer, and
Elizabeth Ann Hewer, lying on tho
wout side of public roadleading from 2
Pendleton to Pickens C. 1I. on
a branch of Egliteen Mile
creek adjoining lands of Dr.
H1. C. Miller Eduiund Martin, and
others containing one hundred (100)
acres more or less Terms cash.
Claudius Burns,ut al
Elizal 1ughes, et al,
Couplaint for foreclosure.
Mity All that piece, parcel, or tract of
land situate inl Pickens-i couil y on
tad wIaters of Praters crevok, waters of
vere Twelvo Mile river adjoining lauds of u
'ud A. M. Mauldin, Ilary N. Chapman
pre- Nelson Bowlin aind cthers cont.inin
and fifty acres more or less.
Terims, one half en"sh on day of
igr, sale, credit portion on 12 mIionthis
Uor. timue secured by a bol(I of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the lirein
hap- ises, with inlt.erst fron atly of salo,
pllrchaser will be llowed to antici
i' pate payment in full.
une. Olin L. Durant, Plaintifi
sep J. I). Curetonl, et al, Defendants,
'"All that ceititin lot td laid, in the
Can town of Pickens'i with the builhling.'s
.t wher"'u L. J. D. Curuton nlow lm
continig nerly o acere,
W. more or less, on north side of Main
en, street, adjeining lot tf J. H. Ainblcr
' on thi clat, and W. J. Branilett (In
. the west, being the san lot of laul
coneveIe to J. ). Cuirtton by 1). F.
lav. Bradley." Terms, ci-,h on duv of
Jamr-s Duke ct al.
iur- All that cert-in pieve. parcel or
hwr, tract of land situate in the county
is, and State aforesaid, on wvaters of
ira. Wolf creek, adjoining lands of Mar
tin Bowei, J. J. Lewis, Raus'om Duko
f.iand others, containing eighty 80)
- acres, more or l-s. Ieris cash.
J. NI Snw.ur, 1(. c". P.
Oct. 13th,187 2 0
I the 3.1 9.- ,
riek, A grandit grah ;.amo will nowb.
yin, and tho 1arl L'1 wilgrha
"f This Aha'c:wiln tl' We-1l
Uni. staind first on~ onet f. t h-at ': tho
oi,ber and)t wafit wit.h timof and pa1
bair- tience fo,r sotinothinzg to 'bhb up ll." If
u)ig it don't "biob" this fall it will soonlh
i.time for us to "don't bob." We
"'bobbe'd" first, and t ime abo u t i's fair
play bt to chatng~ t.he subje~ct, if we
weru given to) lying wo shoult d say
in. that we had tihe huir'sl stock ini the
-- up counitry, and coniill ainl would un
deIrsell anjy anid evr body butt Unce
s~itag Mike says we canLI't lie. A in1 ho is
'ight. authority. 11is winhl 's thle law.
tuneP faets, we lImvo\ just ljpened it a1 new
W on .
s~. and tt miral.'It sIt(k i,f' rn-y: tl li:i
4. tald and iv1Shtoes mal ther must
A nico lot oif 1utnkets, andi Q,uilt-,
rs. Siatls and1( Overc.inals, 16lbber ( a-..d(s
and Flannels5. A laurge L. t I f (ed
-- iye anid Whieat , donL Wait until it is
al gon~;Ie, in fuss at its for ntO kr op
ing it.i We huy tll n-iIt h eep.
Athler 1l t of ni1ce Furntituwre c lml
to thtis b)ranchl aj long felt wat in this
Pthdtts, fIseriptionis, H.-rews, 'lTaeks
youl wtill bI aptlI to see sotnin]ig t hat
NA, .'want ask for it.
ndNesapr ..FR EE
.-. \ N \N.\|| wt*;.IFJv NI-.wS uuin be tent to
s ahwhrs i I:. ~ '
am .1 a .iia i;k a.,... ;. - tb.- .' ru .''- - o ;ek itg -
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'E~31CX .MER1%TM, IS. C:,
W. M. HAGOOD & CO., Easley, S.
We have just returned from the Northern markets better sa
Ever line in our stock has been added to and Improved.
We have had an eye as much to quality os to price.
In Dry Goods and Clothing especially have we tried to get tl
An enumeration of the bargaint and isoveies on ow shelvi
.re cordially invited to come and see them.
We are handling bagging and ties again.
Agents for Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets. The best ar
Highest price paid for cotton.
W. M. HAGOOD
H u. IL
73 Min St.,
( Ten'aile,. O.)
arriges,Bugg es a d W a ons,
arriages, I3uggles and Wagon ns.
T he Greenville Coach Factory,
H. C, MAR KLEY, Preprieter.~
',- '- NIMZT . Ruperintenenda. aip30y1
GWLOOK HERE! K
Autumn is Here
AiI Idne t e rej:iredi to ofTer h
To CASII IRuyers thIan ever before.
NJew Goods Arrivinol!
WCZW Mellis for CASH4~
A\ Lot of Stoves
C1offe', SuJ5 r, Ilice, Lard, &c.~
oer mot1u , atff alirl'er1 ta u it I ii aaf tli in t nde diil h it -t
J. T. LEiWIS & SON.
i(hitarVy 1, 18 ). 1ickenM. M. U.
Is the greatest effort of mnodern science for the relief of
suffering humanity. It is not a patent medicine; not an
electric battery; not a mysterious or miraculous Cure.
Sim p ly a scininfic inlstriunzat for suHpp/lying thec sysftm wit[h
that /ife-ivinsyt) th'ncn! < naturc-O.rygen. If you are c
a sufferer from same physical ill which has baffled physic C1
cians, medicmnts, changec of climate--everything, it will C
pay you to investigate the merits of tile ELze-raoroisc. t<
Full informnatina, tes.timonials, and advice, Free. C
Atlan'tic Electropoise Co.,
222 King Street. CH ARLE aSTN S. C
tisfied than ever before witIf
le highest grade good?,
1 would be impossible. Yott
d easiest Corset made.
FE & CO'Sq
J. LI 1S. JULIUS E. 1HOUG
l'hI l'Wkwin Ut%l-l A!-iey lmw hm for sali
V toi t. ; l rnble itrltr
N501wot', I t., Inflt-s b l Ow i ty; 1 neareH lri
11W1h Nltlt- 4f c.1itIvatilbn: goodl orelhards<;
IV Iinr % ani .) I othe3 r h.it t-es ; IlevelI: tho best
minl fitrin inl l'ic-%ens -onet;A .terms eaw-.
>l avi e, 4 \\tW "erct '.. -I)< I fdNrining or PR9
re iinO r: .24 pwrv. i t ( lwitot..: I mile fron
okens :i 1:nsh- rmit mIli this plact Is good
iter powt r niih gikl n*o]. counit gina ad
ii in't - 4ble w I , ot r;s 14w Iit bri r ta nd
n 1:i r2m bw Ltel water wheel;
-ii:il o u4-. it hw lti -water andtill
l.itl ' .nb it WI 1: fi % h iio' for milier; a
r;/ --I nist stef ! ,It- I0 . T - i 1 . n -
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: iIt - n % r: tw itniil, eatton gin, feel'
f itiq 1 < r l i ti f t'.ev% ,r prv- , gri:4s m ill, n ill
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ill. 4st1i et,I M 4 gr;14 1111. 0110 good
6elII 1nt 11 471L. glwd tel;alt holli4e. Terans
V. i lk ra dlilo'olilt for ill s.kot caIh.
Ad.%kk) acres nouit:iin iitit : gi)nt frtr range,
ievyetrils. ort-haurd, . etw. Fl-'l y tiiberedt. .
17u i! reit 411N watvtr o! Sinta rivor, I inile fromt
vnsatt t.rovo " ch:1ri'b '111.1 : o lihnieC; Zro
res 4lea .1 ht I nd, ;I lir- n a, c ottoui; ou
1 nee t o f ht i i n.t litrieilnne tow tship near
in -.a1e11i14nt i% 44. oii ' luait t!' 1II origil
3 oetnno lit h '.tpine timber;,
eli unttzsr' ti; price 4)4 -It4i. iit hat of. h ang
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a]en libl vrdeiir, vz:to gritenan.
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re heat lv 1ilo bottOW; tioC6s toy
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vail terin's cl oft.800.ul
avnee nearci lenral)Cwit7=aes cnat highl
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'hri echationi of the1 Ciiadr,onhiae
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?dne no lld be' ihn arde10 prtc O50.
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