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-are. .IX Aew.b V her father, i
r P. Mauldin, last week.
-Mr. W. B. F. Taylor, of Slab- c
Wn, was in Pickens last Monday.
-J. H. Bowen will represent Bates I
Igo in the Grand Lodge next week. f
-The Byars & Major restaurant
a good run of custom last Mon- t
-Shoriff-elect McDaniel contom
eM moving to town between now c
-kir. and Mrs. J. E. Cox, of
enville county, aro visiting their I
ghter, Mrs. C. E. Robinson.
-You will miss much interosting
ling and useful information if you 1
to consult McFall's Almanack for i
iAttention is called to the adver- I
ment of Byars & Major They (
ught on some as fine fresh fish as
ever sold in this market, last Sat
-Mr. L. Ross Eaton secms to be
eliever in the soil around Contral.
purchased tho W. B. Boggs place
Monday for $1,255.
-There was a touAh little fight at
West End Methodist chirch,
rod, last Saturday night. It is
ned that George ILygood gave
I Anderson a goo whipping.
-Senator O'Dell camo up from
unmbia last week to attci(d the
0 on Monday. The Senato always
works the If>use, and finds tiio
rest saleday in December. t
-Thero was it good turn out of the
tibers at the last comunication
1eowee Lodge. The Grand Lodge
ts in Charleston ou the 13th at f
2 o'clock, I , inst)ad of on tlI C
as published last wNeuk.
-D. F. Sutherlan, of Pickens, fell
a his wagon near Pumpkindtown
t iraday and broko one of his legs
NOen the knee and the ankle. Ito 1
taken home and received medical
a :ution.-Gr-onvillo N(ws.
-Sheriff-elect J. 11. G. McDaniel,
m'ty Commissioner-elect 0. P. 1
la and Coroner-ect W. S. Par
. appeared lefore Clerk of Court
wart last Monday with their bonds
n and executLd their bonds. f
--Married at the residenceo of the
c's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
ter, on tho 4th inst,, Mr. W. 1. c
rester, of Spartanburg county, to
s Lillio Porter, of this county, H. r
Richey, Notary Public officiating.
-Mr. R. A. Bowen has set out
entire court house lot in red ehns.
H is a commendable step on the 1
t of the Commissioners. In a
years we will hlave one of the
ttiest court house lawns in the
-President Strode', of Clemson
lege, has re&gied because of ill
*.lth and his recsigna.tion has hoen
epted with regret by the hoard of
stees. A flood of applications for
vacancy is looked for. Who will
the plumn 7
-At a reguar conununiention of
owee Lodge No. 79, A. F. M., thei
~owing officers woro elected: W
McEali, W. M. ; T. N. Hunter,
W. ; P. H. Boggs, J. W.; J. J.
wia, Soc.; A. M. Morris, Treas.
stallation will tal:e place on Thurs
y 22d inst., at 7:30 p. mn.
-Central Lodge, No. 229, A. F. &
.held its regular communication
the night of the 3d inst., and in
aleod the following ofieers for the
tsuing1 Masonic year: F. B. Mor.
.T. Leavell, 'J. W.; T. RI. Cheathamn,
ec.; J. T. Gassawayw, Treas.; J. N.
[organ, S. D.; C. C. Fricks, J. 1).
-Alexander Brown, a colored
'ampl, wYas found dleadc on the rail
>ad track at Easley last Sunday
iorning. It is thioughit that lhe lay
Own with his head on the cross
es, and the north b)ountd pausseniger
* .-ain Sunday night killed him. His
kull was crushed. Thme Coroner held
a inquest over hhaii and the jury re
.irned a verdict that he died from
is own carelessniess.
-The funeral services of Prof. H.
D. Harris, whoso dteath was puIblishod
ast week, was had on Thursday
norning fromn the Presbyterian
,hurch, conduchtedt by Drt. J. R. Riley,
A ssisted by Rev. L. T. Weldon. Hon.
Jhn S. lHarris, of Baiteowillo, Va.,
a brother of the dleconised, and M.
Sam. Page, of Red I till, Va., a broth-i
er-in-law, reached Pickens the evening
before. Mr. P.age retuirnedi on last
Sat.urday and Mr. Uarris on the (day
-The Teachers' Association for
this county meL in the School Comt
rmsioners o00ice last Saturday. The
meeting wvas very harmonious, and a
very good attendance of teachers.
All the sub joets wer discussed with
p)rofit to thoso present, and neroe pro
sentedl by Prof. M. S. Stribling and
School Cinissionmer W. W. F.
B3right. Prof. Stribling gave quite
an interest,ing talk on how to get a
mogular attendance upon thme schools.
The meeting passed oil (juietly and
--People ulhonhd never walk on a
railroad trach in view of the engineeir
of. an approaching train. Those who
oan hear may not run11 any p:ersofnal
risk, but their action in st'epping oilf
just before the train gets to thmem ha~
caused many a one who could niot get
off to be killed. E'ngineers canunot
afford to-alack their speed for people
who can hear ; if they did they would'
soon fall behind timo. They are
annoyed beyond measure by sound
people taking chancees of stepping oli
just in the .i, of time, and theoy sup
pose all persa,.s will sitep oil; and thus
z&nontly kill the deaf.
--There was t&uch money i6und
nd about last *eek. We i
- Last Satutday was a Yety busy menta.
ay with our inerchants. county
-The Reiblican campaign fnd from a
D wblo he
i said to have been $3,600,000. they v
-Mrs. W. J. Ashmore has return- be abl
c hbme much improved in health. publieli
- Mir. and Mrs. L. 'C. Reid, of
1vtes, visited friends near town last to A I.
;aturday. will sel
-Rev. E. M, Mrritt has been l"a N"'
ransferred to tho North Carolina
donference, A Ma
-Mr. Sam Priori of Piedmont, is all the
n a visit to, his uncle, Treasurer s ea
-James Rosamond, colored, of Eas- iIY tl
Ly, lost two sons by death inside of U.ited
,vcek--lenry ond William. i ,
--It is eXpected that the fourth nunt
Jasonic Lodge for PickenR county deesmS
rill soon be organized at Liberty.
--Capt. P, W. Scyle has sold his on in
>laco near hero and will move to "'
ireenville and engage in business. blng tt
-Mr. Whit. Smith, of Piercetown, Ii t
Lnderson county, was in town last
haturday trying to buy a saw mill.
-Capt. and Mrs. J. L. Thorn]ey S'
imited lrs. Thornley's father, Mr. 0. Whel
1. . Fant, near Pond leton last week. " to 9
-We regret to learn that A. Matt. Tli
30ggs has been quite sick for sonic un.i b*
ine, but he was up and attended the En 11
to be lie
ales last M11onday. 8th dix
--ev. W. C. Seaborn is )uilding rae,
neW dwelling. Ile is getting good traio
riek cheap from W. C. Bramlett & ve lber
o., hore at Pickens. el
-Dr. J.' 13. Carponter passed
lirough town lost Saturday to Lib.
ty, where he will be for a few days To Ge
gaged in dental work. Pol
-Rev. J. T. Lewis got excused
r-om Serving on the jury in the United W.'
tates Ccurt in Columbia last week, mie
ud retur-ed home Saturday. tAII)SCHI
I-I and lu
-Mr. George M. Maddox killed a lishedI
Aoland China pig last week. It wan
7 mouths old and weighed 444 0:0e
ounds. This is hard to beat. Flit mer
is. at hii
--Mr. John Ferguson intends to terlain
lant all of his upland on his Glassy "
lountain farm in cotton next year. eht to el
lo will cultivato it with hired labor. trai
-Mr. W. B. Bramnlett came in to 7o-tiel
'ay his annual respects to the Seuti yi'r
el last Saturday. lie has been our Varmer
riend and patron ever since we start regliar
-Copy for the Twelve Mile Asso- 1 4'. V
iation M!imites is n:ow in the hands nt,
f the printer. The work will b % ih
eady for distribution about January
-Miss Clovia and little Hattie, A e
laughters of Capt. J. A. Griffin have
>cen very sich from cold and whooping llrn
:ough. They are improving at this readerm
S-ritmn . Ulonlti1
--AMtontiona is called to the fine stock Oao
f candies advertised by A. M. Mor- 1~W
-is thlis week. Besides this he hla3 iler
enLuineC bar-gains ini many other lines N'
hat you wilt do well to consult. ul apr
--It is a hlard matter to give an ;"4
dea as to wvhether the Limo for pay.. omlee.
ng taxes will be extendcd or nlot. A """"
>ill has been introdluccd to extend
he time till the first of January, but STAi
t is very doubtftul about its pa~'ssn. (
- Silas Chapman, son of Philip B
hapmnan, who lives near Shallow oBym
?ord, died last Saturday of pneumno- order~
lin fever, and( was bturied the (lay fol-tu
owinIg his death at McKinney Chp hiheC
-1. HeI was about ninetecn years old . doorh
--The Clerk was busy- last Monday
Lnd Tuesday filling out bonds for the next;
lew ofliers and settling upl with the the it
>urchlasers of 1land( saleday. Treas wit:
irer Youngblood was ah'o very busy .J. B.
'eliovinig the pocket-books of some of
he citizens of thirl bulrdlens. J. H.
A very good cro~wd att t 'nded the Al
ales last Monday and land brought tract
rery fair ipricos, much bottoer than aafr
nonth ago. '111 following is a list atoe t
if whlat was sold :las I
In the caso of E. H. Brock, et al. crs,
s5. T$. J. HutI, et al., onle tract of 672 sixty
ceres, was sold to J. W. Thomaris for 'le
t.I,000 t; a second tract o)f 33 1-8 acresOl
vas sold to A. RI. Hutlt for 8020).JD
Both tr-acts in Daeusvillo townlship).
In the case or iAlar-y E. Boggsi, et
ml. vs. II. G. Gans 15- cesna townl
?I.atral, was sold to L. Ross Eaton cmt
In the ease of Sallio Nix et al., vs.
T. M. Winchester, et al., 3i50 ac.re* adjlo
i n -statoo township was sold to J. at
51. WinIchester for- $400. west,
The Sherin' sold a smnall mountainiov
ract wh ichi b)rought abount $1 5, an13rad
\I(assr, W~elbiorn & Stoddar-d sold a 5111
nouniltahin tract which brought atbotSan
elI1. Thre-e mules, one 1hors0 and a ieP
:ow weore sold and brought almost Pc
From,u central. of la1
Dri. McBryde preack(hied Buoday nnd( Sun- t7 anl
b3 .ght to a argei~t and att ent ive conlgre- of M
ati m. lie will lhave an election of 01- streel
e'r on his next. regular aIppomiInn on Buck
b i firsit Sabbasth.
OuM"wamnp IDude" is opeing ouIt a 011011
.;rocery stor )in I the inu in part of town. whlicli
Mr's. We. TP. RowlanIl Iviaited hier miother, Churn
>f WalhmallIa. Iast Satnnbd,,y and Sunday'.r
Mr-s. Biag.well is with Ii tagain.
Mr. 0. B. Ma tiin was homaie last Satur..- al
y.ie has a flour-ishing schoosl at hion.. Frat
Mr. Bell, fathe~r of Walter iell, is sick- (Corril
A t1Is..tatement~ < 2rr.'c tedl.
H[o:rAN's S-roSn, Nov. 26th 189%. All
Mn. J. E. I3oss Denr Sir. In your tr-act,
net paper- you gave an accouInt o,f the cont
hontong which totok p.lace here on (-lect.ion
lay. You are mlistaken in regrard to Hien- town"
v Hiolland's death. TIhree white men, two con~ ta
hemlcr-ats iand one Repubilican, were kill- four
dl. Henary' Holland was lilt by a.stray ball jing a
mnd at labt. ac-oun,ts was improvmng. It is
toped he will soona be wvell. Ilatnytoni,
lrl is entirely recover-ed. to 1i
- ~ Yours ru~ly, Tel
~ 1E.B..-Denn-r one y1i
.B.Ranhdolphd, IBua ick, Ga.; wriate-s.top
"1was under- the care of : ir. differenttop
Send us the News.
Would like some friend %t evory post
o send tit the news in short state.
We wish to build up the whole
and, therefore, wooid like the-news
1i points. We thank those friends
,ve been obnding It to us, and hope
'ill.coutiine to do so. Wo may not
a to publitsh long letters, but will
all wo can.
ituo df a erAtin chattel mlortgige made
ontder 11ros. & Co. by Itutha Alexamlier, I
on the 9th day of Decemnber nlext, ore
oavis Sewing lachine. Sold tosatisfy
rtgagd. Torin-i cish.
It. A. BOWtEN, Agent.
Read Tlis otter.
p 6x4 Cot that giVes you the pictures of
Presidents alt( their 11u1tograpihs front
gton to liarrisoa, whei iid onl what Ii4.
ch was elected, also the electoral voto
>ular vote of every emndidite for t reaw
hto ot)l)ilatioll of tie t'lited Statex for
ve var, froi the first to the laeIt eettsus,
n harget imil most complete Inap of the
States ever pulbiislvd. P1rico ?5. COUICs
0 -SN.Ni for 90 eentm.
il' o our latds is rolibited.
\ m. W. MARTIN,
J, n. N-EWTON.
Mon1e) to Loan.
Iltved ftrin lands iln slitilt, of f300 and
S. lalli; repnabile in sa.ll ann:ual pay
hrotagh a Iterioi of sIx years, thus elia
e horiower to W ay off his titlebte<ldneis
Oxhaustilig his vrop Iin any otte yoar.
J. E. BOGGS. Attorney,
Plckens, S. C.
010 SOUI'll CAROLINA, I
Newbery, Es uire. Probate Judge.
:11, 1). E. ilieidriekti made suit to
rat hiin letters of adinitisti-litiorl of
Le Of WiltI effects of Livicey lendricks,
tire tlierefore to cite ito oniL)lish aIlb
(hlir the kimtrid etaitd creil tors of the
a vitcey Ilendilcks. (levensed, that they
1ppear before oi it the 1ronto (Iourt,
141 alt lickelis ('ourt lliiNe, s. C., oli the
of necemlaber i-ext.ufter publication
t 1 o'clovk i tle foreiolsi, to shew
aly they have. wlv ti le sail itilminils
AholAti l he goiltell.
unler laty litid this ItI day of No.
IR)!, In the one Iandred and -evenl
var of our linMeviendeaee.
.1. Mi It AlttY, J. P., P. C.
r COSTS YOU NOTHING
mire a Year's Subscription to a
mlar Home and Farm Jour
aal--Read Cur Great Offer
re pleied to aialtmminc- tit we have
11ian1ui:leils by which we are prepitred
y free to eawh ft our sl,.iheis a vea rs
itioi to thut nell-1.iowis inisnlthly Iltoic
ril .louai,fl, the Amot icin armer, " inih
,L Sprin;t-iel n,lii ith-velitl, O io. we
its ofre 110 LeWh of ouilr sulvcrilers who
'oup sill ilrce; on :u.siit lon) 11n11
r i atvittnie mi t!) all anew ssIh:iribers
otie yvitr iln-Iwir-c. 'rhe .\mlericti
is tit, it tly NAional is its eirncti-r. It
I.la!ss ilustrlate .141Iiraitl lilli with en
rl" i'll-I inAtuctive re!iling maItter, (,oil
ealh 11i4 th 1111iiueh inlafin1:ationa that Is
ble! to iarieulturists wout of :pecial hiter
teh mneinber of eveiy Imie. It. is si let.
political 1at ioti--evtnrial. It has at
corpis of contribitoil.; atlil is carefully
The vi sriolia (tttimtinents (f Or a-arni,
lture. Sheeto nd Sitfie, h e one. 'lhe
ti le Dalry, are fillel with bright id
nintter. The reitters of the .\iaerlean
aire ultiverisl lin its praise atd llok for
thly visIts with keen atiitp,ationl. The
sillitripti<i prtve to the i Amierliein
is $1.00 per yeir. but by tht is arrange
costs 3 ou lo0hing to aecelve tlat great
lion for (-,ie year. Do not <lny tn tilk
kltage if Mis ofrer il vail I alt onie or
your .subriptimi. sitinple copy of tle
in Farnr (atil he seen lit this ollice or
siliplied direvt by the publishers.
A VALUABLE P11ESENT.
r1 %abseription to :a Popular A"
eilturAii Pallter Given Free to
1peclal arraaiiietii with the ptlishers,
prepare. to furiiihi ER IE to each of our
, a yeir's subs-riltion to the piliillar
y wrinilturnl jotrinal. the Amielri-entil
publtlsheIalt Sibinglelid aind Clevelnkstid,
offer Is mi<do to sany of Our sublscribers
11 tpn-ayp alil inarirgis lot aubscrtition
it year Itil advance. lisid to any new at ub- t
w lho wi ll iiiy onel your ill adviince. Tt.l
inn lumi er enjoyV 5, isnrz- nat ional~ e reiu
ands. raks among5a thle leizl ing lsgrit''ltur
rs. hty thlsisa rmi:emen it t'ticTS Y)t
NoU to t reciv,. tie .\ mer!-:si i r:nier r-r
ir. It. wilh l,t [ vosr aiiyn-a 20 tos nil
ly. baisuple euptles can1 be :seen lit our
E OF SOUTII CAILOLINA,
3onnty of Picke'ns.5
In Cotmmon Pleas.
virtUo (.f decretal orders fand
of forecloseuro mado in the
ing named cases, and on file in
[erk's office, I will sell to the
at bidder before the court house
it Pictkens C. H., on
Saleday in January,
during the legal hoius for sale,
liowing described real estato, to
Newberry, Jtudge of Probate,
Juditgmten t of Foreclosure.
that cer'tainl piece, par*cel, or
af land in the coutli y andt fstato
aid, on Toxaway riv'er, inEat
o)wnhdip, aidjoiinig lanids oaf iSi
linckl -, Perry Fishaer, anid oth
lontainaing eight hundred and
eighut (868) acres, morer or less.
C!uretonl, et al., IDefendantILs.
.1 that cer-tain liot of laind, in the
of P.ickensx with the buiildina;s
on1 I, J . D). Cure'toni, no0w live;
ning nearlly one1( nereI, m~ore or
ml the ntorthi siio (If Matin street
hing liot (of ,J. HI. Amllr on the
anad W. J. Brandeltt on the
being thie situo lot of land
ved to J. D). Cturetotn by D. F.
-ms5, eafih, (on day (If sale.
el S3. Thlonpiuon,
that (ctinI pitce', parel -, or hot
1(d in the townt (f l'itLkens, co Iun
d state aforesid], on sou th sido
unl s-treet, andi fronting~ on satid
I bg.oods atnd ot hIer, conItining
~lf ( !i) aeroe, maore or less Amdi on
the Pickenus Ch-apel MI.E
di now slntl8i.
mns, caelh. Purchaser to 1.a for
is M. Folger,
3 M. 1)is ,- t al.
C~ompjlainst for Pi[artition.
lyitng andt bieig situate in llae
haip, en ,i ttlhe George's Creek,
liing. one0 hundre-d and forty.
(144) acfi, maore or lesst, it be
polrtioln oIf that ttaict of land
d by John T. Go~ssett, dieceased,
miths Medoaa Folger, et al.
m1s, one( half cash, balance in
Dfar with bonld of p)urclhase4r atndt
rage oif premries. Pu rchatsers
y for pnipers.
J.KM. STF.WART, C. C. P.
We had lots o' fun last month with
the boyF. They Nio right Op, like
little men and helped us out of the
worst kind of a scrapo. Others sent
us word they'd be along by Christ
was with their'n and give us anothei
But one big follow like to give us
trouble. Ho wanted to pay us more
than we had agin' him, but Uncle
Mike explained that it was uninten
tional an our part and that seeined
to satisfy him, and we took his mon
cy and got out of it.
And right now before the crowd
gathers we just want to Bay, that
Krisinas Trix are now in order and
that our storo will, as usual, bo THE
Oranges, Apples, Raiginsi Cirrants
Citron, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Ex
tracts, 1"ine Cheese, Best Syrups and
Flour, Baking Powders, and Toys for
the little folks.
We have a nice line of Crockery
and Glass and Tinware, Pocket and
Table Cutlery-all good for Christ
imas presents. Bargains in all these
lines these hard times in order to
m11ak then easy.
A new lot Furnituro on the road
and it imoves out about the same
wvay. Call in and see that depart
A large lot Peas, Corn, Rye and
Don't forget all these little things,
but keep "wallerin" 'em over and
over in your mind, especially where it
says "lots o' fun;" and remember
This -Month is the When.
Call in and we'll e.xplain all the
whys and wherefores and give you 5
cents for every nickel, and advice ans.
for 30 days, in plain lengleesh.
W. T. McFALL.
THE MEAT MARKET.
Pork and Stall fed Cattle
Wantd We wvant egg, tur
keys, &c., for' Christmas. Alb
parties wvanting a whole hogi
can save money by buying
front us, as; we hee- a iuge
number on hand. Everything
kept in the neatest order. An
dy is still in the R~esta&iant
readly to fix up the meals you
want and like you wvant them.
All or'ders for meats promptly
.BYARS & M3 A JOR,
PICOK ENS C. Hi., S. ('.
East Room. of old c!ourt h,ou,o. novl7mu3
Influential foreign and north
ern syndicates are flow p)repared.
to invest in mineral lands of all
description regardless of cost.
Special attention given to gold,
silver, lead, tin, zinc, bismuth,
antimony, copper, iron in all its
valuable: varieties, viz: Pyrites,
sp)athic, haemnitite, magnetic,
&c. ,cobalt, ar. rical and chrome
ore, asbestos, steatite, marble,
kaolin, mica, manganese, coal
Opportunity nlOW occurs to
dispose of the mineral lands of
this section which may not oc
cur again. Parties wishing to
avail themselves of this shiould
have their prop erties carefully
mnvesuted~C, which will be dlone
on temost reasonale termn
Thle cost of p)ro)speclionl is
ntigcomp ared to the enor..
mosinterest you have at stake
his section of the Carolinas
contain minerals ifl quality and
quantity equal to any. Appli..
cation should lbe madec at oniCe
to avoid delay. Correspond..
ence solicited. Mineral prop.
erties of all dlescription negoti
FoJr an partiicul:us writo to Pick.
es Land Agency', lPick~ens, s. C.
9 1 llvor eijd 6 ,~.on )lrf n] a, naxt,ar e
y ~nit, ufarea dIIo,.EN hlooa,lenturn Face
Apg~' Jlco, ('orr -o 44 n ,
f A lara Tf J)ilraa. (1Aan' I ,a. . Irrbei I2
t. P.a I. oa6. w ok
-BI Paying Hagood, lWruce & dd. Wihai V(
-our Christmas Goods from them.
They have lots of blank receipts that need Alling oui, itid si
or money to move them. Will January find you still hiding You
Finest Drugs Always at
S L O A N'S.
73 Haini S1.,
Greenville, S. CA
Carriages, Buggies_and VWagons,
TO CASH BUYERS!
'We effor at, REDUC.ED PRI1CES
Carriages, Buggjies and Wagon.
. . COME, EXAMINE AND BUY.
The (;reenville Coach Factory
H. C. MA RK LEY, Proprietori
IG. W. SI IN%E, Supeintenden("t- ap30y1
Autumn is Here
'fo CASH EnIyers thian ever before.
New Goods Arriving !
Ki Sells for' CASH.
A Lot of Stoves
Coffee, Suigar, Rice, Lard, &c.,
.A .n on lanuiI.
nerm thn nu fin. lgnt r toi r > ~ hi r ver I il a at ronnge 'luiring the rhall aumo
J. T. LEwIS & SON.
February 1,1802' PIckens , S.
The Caueo ies
Science traces the cause ouf disease directly to one arid the sam source
a decreaso <,f thc ViTAL. FOR~CJ.
The Electroptise is a scientifinlst'rument based on the common
ense theory that to restore the strerigth and vitality Is to restore the
health. It does this work quickiy and effectually by enlisting OXYOEN,
the health giving element of n:ature. When drugs and medicines fail to
reliev'e,'he ELECTROI'oISH~ will effect a piermanent cure'. If you are a
sufferer frto n some physical iil which has tormented you for years
dind years, it will Cost you nothing to investigate the merits of the
ELECTROPOISE3, and may save your life. Correspondence invIted.
King Atlantic Electropoise Co.
m gStreet, CH ARpLEsN , 5. C
JW owe them, d4d Buli
acks of goods that aie W"affini n.
r face froin them?
AE & CO'S,
J. LEWIS. J'LIuS -. BOCC.
Thi l'iekens Land Agency 'low han for aa
he following Oe,irable lnd:
I50 air 1"Wne" belo1w Libesrty; 12 5 oto-41A
high state of ultivtlon; good urlhgard..
lIwellings anl other iouses,; level; thu be,
liall farm lln Picken " ouinty; termls easy.
50 acros i Wol arcik. 1,omd farmig or p-.
Ure lll ; 2 n1('Fes inl elitivation: I mile frori
'ickens onl L-:sley rond ; ol tihis I;ce iR good
rater jat- wit %% ; ist tu;j , cottn gin anel
Ir11. 4itt11 RIdi-bl set wooal cards wit h brakr ai
Al r1xllleN; all run by 1Ltfel wvater whte"?
wellin'1ou9 W ith well of .od water and a?
ICClssary Oit binil llfilw . lso httse for miller; a
lexirblto ad11 lt(;o table 1al0. Telui s ealF.
l6 neres oil 'l% ia I ' me an i ilu west o Pilk
msnli; ispndid 1wer; sitw 1 , coftto gin, feed.
ir and codienmr, plowcr pr(st, gri:;s niill, mill
ri Itouso, muc Innehiry Iit operaiot; goodK run
itcustoin; qne-ltlf cash, bal11CaM .1y annuao
234 tnrem ot graded road to ptmpkintown, (
ulle iorth of Pickuot. (ne hundred acres In
ultivation: 25 ncres beit Twolve Mile river bot
omi. Good cotton iad grain land. One good
wellig Iad otne good tenant house. Term
asy. Liberal discoit. for all spot cash.
1d.O norepi moutaiiit lantd: good for range,'
Invard, arnrudr, etc. Finely timbered.
174) acres oil wateri of Saluda river, I mile friin.
'leasiat Grove church and schlool hopse; zl
t4.s cleared hinil nr branch bottot'nOn
oabl ie rowl, well watered: price $00l cash.
215 ticres of lan. it Iluirlietine township nea
hlton; 45 nres i iiitivittion balance in origi.
ml fore,i atboutiding in the hest piue timber:
Ytil watered; price, 1650, unc-half cash balaned
it 8 per cent.
400 iterem 3 miles of 1.herty on the road froad
areenvillo to Old l'ickes; 125 acros lin cultiva
in talitice in fine pitte and oak timber; will
livito hito three or four tracts; three settle
nulntR oil thexplae;. a rare biirgaiOn.
A hotise tnll lot on MiN at the heahed of Gar
in street: gimtd two story house %% ith ill necwe
ary out blildliugs.
300 tvres in lhttutville township toit miile.
rroi (ievillo Ot public roatd; :?5 ncres in enla
LIvation, .10 acruR good bottom and 126 in pas
tlr6: uile and a half froum church and school
house; three gol titait hoitses, well wutered,
would tell lin ono tract or dividu into tracts;
part cash. hlntice on long tine at . pnr cent.
A desin:rth!c !un!lr .;:e' i! < :t G'rviu Stret and
PleO1 ttont avenue: $100: nlso tiesirale lot frout
luig on llow en street; *100; best hargina int town.
66i0 tacrus in IEastatoe towtsitp, good touc I
honnae; I5 tieros in cutltivation, htainnco flnb ti -
her and grass: 4150 io long Ihnue.
220 aeres int CentIral townipMul, 15 neres in Cal.
tivationt, It0 acis tIno Pas'ture, balatnco in Pest of
titnher; 3.ilIts oft rilradta lation, M anile of
elhurch a:.d school; will be siold cheap on easy
A gOaul banrgain-100 acros it Dacumivillo town
mile of chtirchtt ian ltchol; detsirable nieighboy
hood; parico $900;4 ca.,y lertis.
100 acres i iniles west or l'iconia on WaThnPr
road : level land;: will inake splend Ic farm ; tina
ber is fine; itiust lbe solil..
250 acres tot LIttle liastatoe, 40 aiercs it culti
vation, 10 ncres bottout II ticres in good pasture
woodt log h-aose, 50 acres fine stage ;rss, 'w
tonuced, stabl e for four htoises; thtis place b y
wtaterod andI a bargalita at $500.
-A desirable Ilit on nmain street, Pickens co&
laluning S acre, good stabhus and w e2 4f goort
waiter on paromisesi- ce if the most valuaiblei ot
Ino toit;I prico #1:..
A farin 4f :-; acros -I miles west of Picke':
99 acroes oloared, balance int good timber; y .
wiatertd by crook atnd rpirinmg; nenr Coney,
'hurchm an d schtool bouso; dusirable ns!ghte.
tood; price $1 ,300.
12:1 ttres ntorthawest.of Sirtma nll; 70 acr-~
n culivation, J5 acroit in bot;toim and on - .
.etn bitlle codk; in a high slate of (ltit.tivat .
~ood buildIiiits; Ilueo wiater aind a goodl orel
crtms. S a~r erit.; thntie 3 yetr.
.A tillelidi farm oft 10)0 ac;real, t2(%s nlIe ot ti
I lekens ont gradedt rtncl ; tbree gootd ten
iouses. au u nes itnI hi sltte of la :I-itlion
ii't eU best Twlvet' ic ie btltotn: . i a ,n
imoll if water:ziuil twol, *ood sprt..; u l
LIasy t tns ; pricea $1.al.
1410 aeres ntear 'onit ral wit I: atnres in a hii
dinto of aultivatlion; goedl uwelinitg and nece
"2f) ntttn lil~i; ivw e cuk ; 'in at I;
vit loli: 'L5 to- c e best biotltnI titid 18 tic.ros at
tlnl t a ditalt; te hti .;t ht :l ttot sub' r
taverllow ; iul f tulle oif ill anrut gitn. ile '
of schooal tandia t rhurIt; price u,iAu, term a ena .
1no,-les tiear lmpk it.wtt int origini fe:
100 necres Ilies V-a andt tinatter Ii ti.;. pa.
A ilts) t:ierts titIinptlroved I riict, 10 acres b'
tlot; unmiartvei: ;5 ne~ ares of treet in origiL:
ithber; pirie, *150. 8 mIles from P'ickena <
radhed rIot I to t-:nsta toe.
85 tacnt a'. milea sottikt west of Crosas Phans e
Waters o)f Georie's (reek: l'ood e'tlont land, or.
taa lit oarn;ial f oret-I; line tiinbacr; about.
eres alerid tan intta hithll state of cult ivtatio)
saadt wi;t 1r atnda ntcesniy toII)' buihH ti-u r..s ena
41 attn:tS jtust ntorlth if P'ickenst, joinst Ihe cor.
nate hnlni, al lit aultivathtin, 10 aoras of l;.. a
St botatoj latuth, finte bulbi:g sIte; ti ;.
aignin iioar a lpersonl wanuiting a stmaill ta. ..r.
all ; :rice *700), hilt caish, I re ateo It int n
l'ot tny ; artilairs write to Picketta I
\~ genacy, ickens,l S. U.
A- MA N fl*"aha:. I'I - M
FOl IlIE SAKE PIANO.
Nithler tlne was wo%rtht a nhickea ae
f3tnh. INSUti YOURISEL ai
(Areenvoiie, s. c.,.
Whio ha;ve bu:t (anet prie,e :ind( that t ;
owert kttowtn. You (enn't Ftay tlhel1 mq-e
hanll Instiunentsm are atttltny Worth. 'tey
TIe rallrada hams not yet come to Picketis, tt,
ih-l:ents is int lpakintg dtistatie(0 of the in1 atnd
If yau nare In l'taley or tickena and wli,h- to
alk tai atnyaona in thie other town, j$iat step to
h,t ph.': and cnll the~ onet Yout wtt,
'ilegramits promtlyh~ trantittettd and Correet
tes gtuatraniteeda. Al1 mesages lor Piocr. and
,icina it y paromtlt dellvcyed,
I IClGJA T ELEPoa'p;'d