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S ..LOCAL NEWS.,
.lernsn4Pollege wall opert July 6th.
-It Iook~ery much like that areenville A
VUb a dispenry. * 18
R-Iead the notice of the town council '
ahsid-Can -up your premises. g
t. J. A. Griffin has been -elected o
T i kihal for this place. - al
-.Azzle Larilng, colored,.died last Sat- i
urJ3* might of consmption. tr
-Fi.Judge J. B. Kershaw has rew.nued fl
the practice of-law at Camden. A
- -The hardest rain th at has fell here this p
spring fell last Tuesday morning. a
---The excursion to Tallulah last Satur- t
day was a success andi all who went came
back well pleased with their trip. 0
-W. A. Barton, a life insura nee agent
*ma-eenville, was in town last week on
aps. . Le Tlaornley has laid in sev. e
eral thousand shingles and will shortly re- e
-cover tMe hotelw p
-Preserve your fruit. It will costs you
on one cent a pound if you use fruitue. n t
J. .. Lewis & Son sell it.
-A careful Cstiknate of the acreage and f
condition of the cotton crop this year shows n
about the same as last year.
-Mr. Lee P. Orr has given universal tu
satisfaction as a jeweler since he has been c
. here. Give him your patronage.
. -Lieut. F. G. Mauldin graduated with
tie de.e.q of batchelor from the Columbi- rc
an Law tchool al. Washington last Tues- "
-Laurens is going to build a S100,000 ill
cotton factory. The books of subscription ty
-were opened recently and $50,000 Nere sub- cl
scribed the first (lay. ta
-0. B. Vanwyck, shoe dealer of Ander. it,
son, made an assignment last Saturday for a
the benefit of his creditors. Assetts and to
liabilities ab-ut $6,000. $
-Fruitine cost you $1. a box and will T
preserv*twenty-tive gallons of fruit, No se
cooking or sealing required. Get a box of
from J. T. Lewis & Son and try it. at
-It is said that the Sassafras Cap Turn- a
pike road is being put in first-class condi- q1
tion for travel after 1st July. It is alo said
that the capacity of Cooper's distillery will f
-Mr. M. B. Moore, of the Crow C! rk II1)
Section, lost a titne aare mn the Ith insIt p
by beIlng chocked to death. It is thought
slhc was Chocked on foddcr. bhe died in S:
about twelve hours.
An old justiec of the peace from N-w- ""
burg visited N vw Y k the other day tosee
how t.e'Taninany justice marhine works P
but found it. so dre-y that he went t,sleep
and was fined 3 for snoring. ft
--Mr. w. T. McFiall sent ten and a qiiar- bi
ter pounds of money to the E'agley Bank so
last Saturday. It was all in one cent pieces hi
and there w as 1,500 of them. ie still has kr
about 100 or 150 which he is keeping for w!
-The trustees of Clemson College met dr
at Fort ilt Wednesday night in extra ses
sion to elect a president. A Dumber of c
ballots were take without an election.
There is getting to be too much politics in 3
tiae College. fc
-Mr. D. W. McDonald re(uests us to y
statethat he is having his thre-hing mach- iII
Ine overhauled and will be ready soon to ui
Altresh. the wheat for the public an cat
- heir fried chickens. Messrs Byars & Mor- w
,Ain will assist him. lo
- --By mistake we said that Mr. Wi li
-, MMahaan haad,very fine wheat on the Green. o
ville ro:ad, in last week's issue. Tihis ge- tb
tleman dloubttless hase fine wvheat for lao is
au.excellent farmer. but we are told th at
It Is Mr. Tf. HI. McMahan t,hat has the tine 8
wheat on the roadl. ini
- -News was received in this county last
Monday tha.t Martin Bowlin, son of Mr. ye
Mat. Bo4WlinI, of this county, committed dr
auicide by shooting himself through the es
head <,n the 8thi inst. He was living at the am
tamo.cin Ilismiark, Ala. No cause is knowut te
*here. for the rash deed-.n
i-B. D). Stewart returned from his trip 7
10 the.wild and wooly west last WVedn'eo
.(day. Thtis is three of thec boys that ha.ve
returned. There is yet one lone wand- a-o
* from tihis place, \Villie Price, and we ex
pet hu.in to returnt .oon. Let us :ing:
'Thaere is no place like homeo."
-John McCrackin was adjudiged : it L
subject for the lunatic asylumi by thec P,-o. in
bate Coem last week. Thie p:rpers has been tin
Heat to the Superintendent for i;- lection i:
and 0'mninatio''. L'tO 'u ano'n w h et her ini
the board of Asyluaa physleL:u-. will say be a.
is a proper subject for that plaice or not. se
Meanwhile .John is inm jail. A
-The Central Amateur Minstrel Club j"
w ill give an cntertaininent in Academy Hall, a
Meonday evening Juno 19th. Will you
*Please grace the occasion with your pres. rc
ence? The p)rogramame, besides inusac,-r
reci.tations and plays will embrace soame
novel features. The ladies of the Presby- t
terlan church will be requested to furnish
* Ice cream and other refreshaneatsa. Only -j
a anuli adlmission fee. t:
-A .party of young people fromn Central at
and (Greeniville passed through town last am
Monday evening 'n happy amissqion. They ma
-..... w.ere going to lirevard to wiitness an inter- fr
state marriage. Th'ie contracting pairties to
are Mr. Jeff. Gassaway, of Central and Miss at
Annie Zachary, of lirevard. The marriage te
ws schledulied f - Tuesday mught aind $we w
presunme it took mi:t for~ there are very gi
few thintgs that caui prIevenut such contracts J.
being consuamated. -it
-We regret to announce the death of 5
Miss llarriet McCracken, which occurred ,jt
ina Greenaville city ona the 6th inst. , at the
--home of Miss E. J. Sterling. Miss Mc
Cracken was 82 years 01d1; she was the sis
ter of the late Samuel McCracken, a man
well known, and of some proaminenace in
this county. She was a native of Newber
ry county, but canme to this county whmilea
quito young. She was a consistent mem.
bcr of tihe Metho(dist church-el for many years.
She has always lad the gleatest respect of
the people amonag whom she lived.
-D)r. Wallace, the Surgeon fromb Green. ti
ville, S. - ., will be at Pick-ens, C. ii ., Juzie a
,19th, 20th, 21st and 22d. All p(rsons p
necedin/g Surgical atte'ntion will find it to
thecir interest to consult hinm while hei is I
here. ,No charge fo'r cons.ul tat ion or e x.
amnamtion. Canli refer youil to TI. 1). 1111mris 'n
anid W. C. I ramle:'~t. Speciatl aitt Iion t
paIid( .0 dIieam- of I he iye'. Eair, Nose and C
Throa. W -ill ha1ve1ii a u l ine of sp* It a- J
cles and allI the Ilatest liproved inmstrutma. ;
for fitting gla'uses iIentiticailly.Itwl
cosHt you not,hinm to go to see l It 1)i't
miss the opplortmunity. 21.
--Thme wails of Fo-rdV:'si -Tter at M M
mngton gave way last Fraiday w ith a tI- i
ble cr-asha. It was a fivc hiry nuilinag anmd
was the buildinag in whlicha Abaam Lini
coIn was asq~saiunatedl by John Wilkes
Booth, Aparil 186.5. The rovernment uar
chased the building after Lincoln was kill
ed and it was used ais an army mulseuma
but Congress ian 1885 dleclare.d the builing
unisafe for even inanimaate skeleto,ns, mum
- mieos aund books of the army medical muse
- umn. A bout 500 clerks were in the build
ing at the time the crasha camne. 'Tire wal's
gave way by reason of time dligging of a cel
lar umndeIr theo building. Tme fifth Istory was
thme first to give way and it cashmed tharouigh
-two or three other floors until the whole
buIling was a coi)mplte wreek. Thme lto
- accounts wvas that twenty-tharee persons land
beej klled ands amny inured.
"What do you think about the oppoal.
on to the estabHshment of dispensaries?"
The July sun will evaporate all that, and
Iore long dispensaries will be established
i nearly all of the couuties and, before
tuary even in those counties where there
now absolute prohibition. The cheapest
hiskey that will be sold will be $3. a
We will get a net profit of one dollar out
every gallon of whiskey we sell - and in
Idition aconsiderable revenue from wines,
.era, brandies, etc. It won't cost more
an one hundred thousand dollars to diR.
ibute the goods and It way cost twenty
re thousand dollars to enforce the law.
ltogether I can't see how the minimum
ofit will be less than five hundred thous.
id dollars the first year." Governor Till.
ian to a news reporter, in Columbia, on
ic 20th uit.
Can't any body with the cognition and
itellect of a common school boy see what
ic Dispensary law is for? It is not to di
inish the murderous crimes that are fre
4ently being committed; it is not to chris.
knize the debauchees, it is not to give
>nsolatiou to the poor broken-hearted,
)wardly mothers and children; it Is not to
at more bread in their mouths and shoes
2 their feet; it is not to have a more tem
rate, quiet, social and religious commun
y; It Is not giving to the- majority of the
>ers of South Carolina what they voted
>r last August. But it was got up and
ade a law by that champion, stalwart
overnor of South Caro!ina, B. It. Tillman
id soe: .f his meek crew, ,hat great his
rIcal iciorm legislature of which some
rtain organs of Mouth Carolina can never
t done eulogizing, in order to whip the
ail around the stump, establish a bar
om in every county, "even where it is
)w absolute prohibition," and corrupt the
me with that baneful extirpator-whis
y-that has been the extermination of so
any lives, whether the peoplc of the coun.
want it or not. We know there is a
ste of people that will have whiskey if it
kes the bread out of their mouths to got
and if we will pass a law prohibiting
y bar-keepeeper from selling it as here
ore, monopolize it at wholesale prices
.50 a gallon, and retail it out at $3 a
lIon, we can make a net proft of one
IlIar out of every gallon of whiskey we
11. We have about exhausted the coffers
the State building that inaugural stand
Columbia. with our fatuous lawsuits &c.,
d I think this would be tI'e surest and
!ckest way of refilling them.
Now gentlemen, thoe of you who do
low dram drinkin", wil$ you have your
mcy trvasured (,very night, vdhen you are
t comll".d to dto it', t) pay debts_ m:ide
anothv-r nint. Y.yonl buhiuor uf di 4.
nsi1siLIi, you will vertainly- v ('r it.
Now lot us miki vx tin lil- rigi. e :
y a Imnl wals hired at -10. 0 i ill .mnth
:st :abc tw, bNLt ii goodl h:m-;! gots it ni-im h i
woOkd hallVP to w%orli .-n .-_v.i aldit
If to buy one g:klln of v. 11 - of. L a dis
Nmw if he n .man that feiows drink
and will bae whi.,kcy, w1hlt wouhI his
dily do fcr at supoirt? It it was prolh
:ionl hec coulin't.fget it. N"-w b clinn
lie Say ihat it is s good a hiwt% - i i.
-ionl whenl, to bf- imk ab* it, they
mw its in,t, (' Now fa 'hi i-. ii yui ur
It you wvork seven ys a.d ai half for
(! gallon of Wit'40'y 11 while you are
inking it hear yoir dear chilhIren, that
e so near to y(1 I at.d woj, 111Vt: ha I) 11
, to look ti, for a insport. protectin
it their fLher cry f->r bore.d ? Oh! can
in bear the thoughts of drinking when
iur wife kneels besidJes you and begs you
r God's sake to quit drinking. or no boubt
iu have oftve, seen her on lir knees ask
g God to have inerlcy on yoU while i an
Now young men, can you or will you
r>rk the same number of days for one gal
n of whiskey, and while you are drink
g it see the tears decendingfroimi the eyes
your p.oor mother and sisters, and heanr
ear prayers. ascending to God asking Him
save your immiiortal soul? Young mien,.
r Godl's sake, for the sake of your own
nIPs salvation, and f(or the sake of keep
your character don't visit a (dispen
Mlake a vow to God and staind to it that
u won't buy, dIrinik nor handIle another
op of whiskey, unless it is in a case of
igence, for two years. If you will make
d stand to such a vow, we will guaran.
e at the expirationi of set time you would
it get drunk if the whiakey was given
We hope every body will boycot the dis
llsaries. If they vill dt this what would
e Governor de wi;h his tine liquors.?
The railroad is co0min, so) "they isay."
et the Eaisley Democrat and all enq(uir.
g persons, whether interes'ted or not,
ke notice and govern themselves acco. d
gly, for "they say" the railroad is com
g. TnIe bitch has been with the town
ip) h.)olsi. Arran.geiint Iii w<re-' ad
verali mhonths ago with Mr. L,ockh.jrt, of
nguista, GaS.. to) furiish the imoniey to fin.
a the road and equip it, but after he had
~reed so to do a question arose which in
ilved the validity of the township bonds.
de question was hr.t inasmuch as the re.il
ad was not, compilted 'within the time
>ccihledl by the first contractL (which wvas
e 1st of Ocetober, 1892', we believe) that
e towniship bonds were invalid. But
is question was upset. Theli first con.
wct not bas ing been cairriedl out could not
feet the v'alidity (if the bonds becuise the:
t. authorianiy he townrshuip soniitioni
tr's h ond(s to be ius.uied whn the
lihuoad is built equippedI and running
L)m andii witin the corpoirate limiiits oif the
Wnl of Easle'y to and1( withiin the corpior
e limiits of the town of Pickens, if it was
n years. llut Mr Lockhiardl it setmis
is not etirely siatislied wiith the oinioni
ven himi 1by the attorney of the* road, Mr.
P. Carey, anid wanited a confirmnation of
biy Att orney G~eniera l Towisend. So
r. Carey anid Mr. Lekkhart, went to, Spar-:
nburg last week where Alttornmey General
)wnsiend wvas engaged ini the railroad tax
ises and obltained'( his writteni ipinion as
the validity of the b'nds. That, gentle-l
an confirmed the op)inion already given
Mr. Carey. Th'isI, it is sid, satislied
r. Lockhart and work will cimmenee at
ii early (lay andi be pushedI u to (com plet'ion.
i the thle language o)f thle Greienville News:
W: may lie hiappy yt t, y on bet.''
ArtiletaI Linab, hiencteiar4es.
'lIe follin~ig a;e enh-d 14 to a part of
i( art ilfi i l ind, I id. anid I hi;i u h
mouniit. n.uned fior (i ac n, and1 yo i wi ill
.li i'....... ............. 1t.P
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COPYRgn VIOHTS, etc.
Okdt buea o. 561 BIoA DwA Y NE W YoaSr.
Of bra fo euring pastents in America,
nveryPatent taken out by un is brught before
thbepuuuno by a nti given free of charge in t.ho
Largoet etrenlation ofan scientific perin the
man should bic without it. Wee lntiaFn
car; $.60 zs 3onh1 Addreany Z'atykCiy
HERE WE ARE AGAINI,
.With a Stock of
Clothing, Hats and Turnisbings
For Sprlng, whieh far eclipses all of our previous
efforts. Ve have
The Newest Ideas
In Everythfug, and '! you will only fAvor us with a look
we wIll certainly make b
Customer of You.
-We are showing s, QREEAT LUnesof
Mens' Suits at $1o.oo. *.. al .
E9yerytibingn Aoys (lothiag frors 0 *cent suit asainal
I he NEWES9T Shapes d COlors.
A Magniscent Line of NEGLIO. SHIRTS with Starohed-Collars. arid Cur6,;gft 74"ate-,jo
SMITH & BRIS'06W,.
wwi(e .s.wa 1e~ axonVberu.
Mrch 23d T2,.3..eevn, .c
The Greenville Manufacturing Co.,
Gr:een: x111e, Let. C.
Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Stairs, Wainscotting, Mantels,
Store and ofice fixtures.
Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Mouldings, Balusters, Brackets and I
Wo keep a largo stock of Glass, Oils, Paints, Varnish and all the above E
mentioned Materials and caii ship on short notice.
When you want Bottom Prices on Building MateriA call on or write to v
vO' Wo Manufacture our o. n -() - and will not be undersold.
Greenvile Manufacturing Co.
March, 23rd, 1893-mil (Areenville, M. C.
A MILLION FLIES!
Killed with 10 cents worth
of our Insect Powder.
Will destroy all in
sects: Such as Ohick
en Lice, Fleas, &c.
Best Sticky Fly paper at
Free! Free I! ___
,For the next three er four months we
will offer Free of Charge to any of ourcus- i'
tomers when their cash purchases at our
store have amounted to
TenDollars A M N O
A life size Crayon and Ink Portrait . any 3
Photograph you may select. Now .f you
want a good life size Portrait of yourself
or any fri-nd nlow is the time to get it.
rhese beautiful Portraits (a specimen of
which we exhibit at our Store) are the same
size but much better pictures thab yout can ~
For Ten Dollars W aealrelto hm swl.
or 'more. Hence we consider this a very lib -i Io tngctUsdpat
eral offer for we only ask you to huy of us
goods to the amount of ena D)olara and ietIthlstmk hdtme
we assure you that we will sell them : a: ty
low as the lowest. How can we afford to
give ymt a TFe. Dollar Crayon and Ink Por-Gan r ic
trais of youruelt and oily require you to
tradle only ten dollars. Iaenwi re n orniho
Now this Is a question often asked bydotlietlani.Bi,o,ad
our astonished customers, but alU we wantyohaei hnouedit"Te
you to do is to come to Greenville and call.
nn us and we will show andl prove to you soey
that we are doing just as we promised.
We have a trad from Pickens county NW1 odTm
that we are justly proud( of anid we mo1(stto"" Vehvthie o
cordially invito every reader of this adver.. cen p
tisement to visit our store when you come analrgvriy.u, ops
to Greenville and see what we keep. WeGodSa-wetSasftToIt
don't comnpell you to buy. We have justLanradDiiftigi)rpe.
gone through our ipnmense stock and cut adBl oahfrsaig~f op
the life out of prices in
Millinery, Laces, Table Linens,tir on01 gie ad
and Ribbons, Toweb;, (rh~ol. . ~ af
White Goods, es, i)oyies.
Black andl Plaid White Quilts,thshtdywMerbuweaea
organdies, I't.in Lawns anido
and Plaid Nain- Muslins. Fig. upy rprngmaelsIm,
sor,ks. Lace Cur- uredl S iS joE,le,Tresad adRd
tainis, Ladies Cream White Io,Pif~ is anse n
and Misses 1I hse, . r.nd 3B.ek 1rs~s
Gloves, Black Gin'g:anu' lou al oPe
atal colo-redt L -ien -.vhS,
Alitts. Win)sor InitatL ~ * i i oO r aps,itl-O I(7f5 I'cc'
Te.Fine Fasns, (o, '. 4.ul
'olored I )ressi b\tnet'. F' ai.oielmi teeeato ed
(h>xkdN. TPrim. Pa.. . I ;ii..,J)eu.u ahsa es
Faney Soaps li, n,*~ f s, I b ~ a d t i
andu in3 fact e'very thing prt- !ninig -) man.
meur good n(iS~ ii (l e l T ii< to you ;( ls
than real valne. Conme to se"e as you will I Ni't/ I
never legret it. \X.~ v
T. A. Walker & Bro.,
3711 Man l) t.,l( G lreeille, 1 . i 0,oi
isIFOh4iiulfhuii tn leIit i h.ei
l'~ fligeii te iiiireto i te Th t It to TJ. 1e Newy,.l(g
olie,for5meviiteuisof t.d ~ cliutlg Wea hav lrta forg loten outye, as w . .
5ta~.reiuvmigltuiriuY n4alaynglritas I stga dando Jure~i Vin eavatd make
Iloi amd olierilieiws thekin. of Sttlcest f Piclin eado Jare
VeryltCJ.C tful. herring. sed Don' nedc toHeisceart.
ment.JIthelps tiEnake hrd time
U dISI IL..S C 8 tniiisrea.syA..Y)s .
Calcoes Gughatum, Wormteda, ilannels, Out
Ing, (OrjieRol, Vanqy awt Pliain Lawsiv,
itaina -oeiFeF, Fancy usUn Drenvem, tancy
"tripe% NaInvooks, Dotted and FlIgured Nulmose
mad Mack Lawns, Cashmera and other drena
Nice 11a of Caned (Joods, Pieklee. Cod Flob
I&alM0. NeW Orleius and Houmexpus Syrups.
rho best (:qgree to be bad. To&". 6ugarm. Ivire
lpC64 311'rer Ieaf Lard. Cauvast%ed llamm4. Imen
Nik, I-ity Patent, 00o1dea Shegaf and A. I Flour.
L rolls le brand and. pricex are right. Cone
md see for yoursel f.
The Most Goods For
fedicinop, Chemicals, Paintq, Oils, Vai
oaps, Tooth Brushei, Fine Perfumes and
hing that is usually kept in my line.
I am constantly receiving a large and vv
ant Medicines of every kind, anl will alw
>late Stock of such Goods that will meet t
When you are in town call and see me
rore Drugs for lesA money than anywher
Physicians prescriptions compounded ca
rith care and dispatch.
Thanking my friends antd cu,tomers fi
xten(ded, I hope t merit a comtinunce (
Putiuess, puro unadtilteratettd Drugi ami
During my absenco J. C. ,1FNNTN(S v
,t the "Old Stand" ol the corier of '
iotel do Thornley.
N. B. All porsons having a family rig
an now buy all the necessary ingrediouts
TO %JASK B1
We offer at, REDU)LCED). PICES,
The Greenville (
H. C. MA
9. W. SIRRlINE, uuper.inten
BEST AND C
D)irections4 fo U1'LT
CTe outul, clan:t fruit, pack cltowly', withoiui
ir vessel In which: it is initendeda to hte kept. 1)1
iv~e poundIlfs of white sug'tr in si x aint a half ,all
tolved and tI necessary use muore het to dliaiolvi
P'our enough oIf this 1hiid (.n theC fruit to) c ve:
fruit dtown SO as to ketp it comipletely c'overed
er the vessel ae closely as possiale to keept ''ut
juired. The suRgar aided( to the frit, with-the
The liquid fromt onc box2 of Fruitine andl Iwent
about twenty-five gallons or one humdred andl ti
It in the cheapest and best method known aInd a
nected with fruit canning.
For Tomiatoes, Sweet Corn, Reans.. Peas, ete,
i fourth pounds of comnmoaa'alt, dhissohIe the'
t0old cover the vegetftal with the Ii jinid. (he
sweet, andh fresh. Beosure to Jeep the veagetable.
not, that which is on top) w il spoil, therahv ren
ered by the liquid it can1 not r,poii. Price 41.00t
J. T. Lii
February. 1, 1892.
And the Way to do
D)ry Goods, Notions, Hiats
TOO CHEAP to
Good Flour at $3.60. lest
I have a SpIendIdI Coffee 5
Meat, Lard and other N
Farming tools, P1ows. loes,
Janiuarv. 12th '9Gay1..
Ribb,hol ifnnd ker"hief4 Ladlp n n
Childreni limsiery iin Ohn'.la ej O,Men and
Silk Mitts, llatek, Ton:- hIOel , O(le4s, and
Eulbrolderiem Ill ,r1n, y Edr Iei, t. Nc
Pearl lluttmns. I:albrggitI Ulld4t%ear, hce
SOD's CormAs, Fancy Veillig. . r
All kinds of Itutto, lIIngem, Screwo, Knob and
,Ad 1ocks, kia!;p", File, Augurvq. Chi4e!, Planes,
,r4w, Stijtes, Imvel. 'Ae. spade4, Shovelpf.
Forkf; Rakvv laudIP811011, Scov Ill hf' p, :o1 4'
Plow Stocks, Plow Gear. Co:'r l'alh, Ton Cati
rohe Shuck (ollara, rifty ieg.alls from -ac
lory. Bought eit.a urgain.
RUCE & CO.
J. J. LEWIS. JULIUS E. BOUG
The PIcken Land Agency now has for sale
the following detable l-In :
MR4 acres in IIIEwley ToWn0hi1, 4 mifleg from
En1icy 10 tini fotIn I ireemville. 4 pettlenientt
on 'lal4n-., good ole llian, l7 ares In Ie eiti
vatiol, balo-e ITI Nod". (:ie I tle be,t fai ls
in tihe emiity,
100 not* I , in below L.ibA:Ity: 125 ncrem In
a hIgh itate ti v of 1nv ti ; l J4'd1 odrei I H;
dwel!ili- Imil othevi ho.'L.. :v%U': tile be.at
sinail frari ti l'l.1 . ,. emit :iv: te mn i...-.
V acres01 A, Wlf eCIeek, -e . mi tp
It r d ,;,- a .o iniliIn ' - : :t pas
Itu Ic tn ili El.ly .1:4I ov ti - f. l n,004
wateU poner a lh gr7t i!i. at . snti
pre:4, I d114 dt bl .W i n t et- , i i *.I i er tud
it x - 4.on nit h .i ' -4 .. v-' i 1-w n a
necessort ~ ~ v int hubi,:nI;o'e':n er; a&
de shabtoo;.n prn'41in. eis rv
15 not on 'l'on ( . ee o r- ile .,1t ot i'ick
Oils: aplevtv;l e w Iv IF0 , r:1tton gi:i , feed
er and40 4.omienserMP. 1on er .'.. i;'-.n1m.~ mill -
ers' 1liise, 4nneh0it;i y iI ope:aion: ood run
ofe u-4411 01n0-h11lf cah, balnv eay annual
131 mvrem i gradel road to purnpkivtown, 4
in li o no0t1 of PikeIn. OI;Ce hundIt ll acres in
nitiatiiton: 25 acrem Ie%t Twe;vp Milo .ver bot.
tim i.4441 (ivitti wnd grin, . lamd. One good
d wvei'-iv i:l Ime gm-l lelinut bou:. Teri
va y. Iileral Oi:h .t'n1it for ai si.lt ('4 h1.
0,.00ivres nvitOnin land4: t.wd f'(r range,
SIneyard.44 orhard, et4. Fine6y timbertd.
l7 nt4 es onil witter, 4f Salida liver. I mile from
l Glvitmkii,rtive 4it':0h ii..d hlmo houe 25
actres el.irtl :m . 11 vert-4 h1a-velit boott0m; onl
puliiI ro,l,l w wittve,. p' iev vp -h.
'2 atelesof 1111 l liiIIi:nne l itiip near
Dalton; 4.) nvirem in enitIv atiin bt ' 4e4 in iil
nal forehi nbouindlitig inl the bet-pite timiber;
well watared ; prive, 4, mne-hltf vii-h balance
at b9er (ent.
e ares ln Eiu-tatoe township, gv-d tenati
honFe; 1 acres in cWntivai ion. linnee tite tim
ber and Krats: 11.500 on1 long timw.
220 acres ill Central townhhip, 1.4 acrem it cul
tivation, 41) aete title pauitile, h.9nmve in be-t of
tImber: 3 mile:i (4 railroad roatioI, I'l, milo of
church anil tichoul;- will be bold lciap on caby
A good bargain-109 rkiares in Daeurnville town.
Rhip, 40 ueres i enlltivation, opleiid Id timber; I
mile of church and tichool: de.slratuo neighbor
hood, priec $100; easy termis.
109 aerem 4 miles west of Pliekeng on Walhalla
road. level 1aid; will iatke plendlic farn; tim
bor !s fine: iniust he 41old.
250?acr0s 44n Inttle Eamiatne, 40 acre's ill cultl
vatlon,l 1 rea bo44ttom1, II uarea in good past iare,
gCood log hiottse, 60) aicres 11 blttsa grass, not
fetteed, attable0 for four hlorses; this Ida4 e Is welt
wateredi andi a b4argnan nt 6;10.
A farm of 2t% acres -I niles wvest of Pickens;
30 acres elenretd, balance in good)4 tiuher; well
watered by cree'k nril 4sprlings: near C'oncord
church n11aIl sc2hool) house; dleirn4blo neIghbor
123444cre: t44)rth we.N of Ry10mm's rill: 70 acres
In Cultat iMn4. 25 ac0r404is ?r 4 mltoin innd( 14n Fit
teen M ii eteek ; in, a haigh 41!51te of 4ntiation;1
good buIldings; iline wat.- and4 a good or4cha4td;
ternis, 14 per "(etIt.; 1-.1ne 8 yeatrs.
,A sldIt 1id farn1' Itf 4401eres. 4 mlub north of
l'lcckens '44 grs4lv<i rond; threel good tenant
horses405, fin ncres in hil,h state of 04ni tation02, 30
acres bIest TJwe-lve AtIl b1ottoln; does nIot over
tIcow; 1fhi( p444rte t 104 aore.s, igam4I fencee, gotod
well o4f wa4ter 44nd4 1114 goodlu 44pring1sb; w jU boll on
erasy terina; J41'i' e (,4.44),
2419 04'e on1 441ilg C'row ere ck ; 6 ct' es in clti
v:l 21i411; 25 44eres bes't bo,t1422 I nid ; 184 ILt re of It
wit-hant2 a dteh;ll : h1e4 bnttorn linndl 1not sub1ject to
)verilIow; hal.1f 24n1ile 441 14nill ni 1 gin, o1n4 1mile(
of 2wchool 44nd church(1: pIc AC 2.1n4; 1C 044n eaby
172. eres 24042r I utny1kn, ii t 11 iln original fo: e.at;
I00 nere lOMIen0 well n4i24 t itu14wr 11ine: pilice t3.50
A I. o 444nres u111Jnimproved t rat, 101 at'res bot
1414o21421 1nn4-rved : 3E1 neres of tiset in (41iginal
II rnber. lirh 1e 'n. 8 1221les fr(lln P4ickenis on
gralded armzd to Entttet.
845 acres. E~ milea southiwest of Cro44 Plains on
wtaters4 of Georg.'s errcek ; gootidillton liand, 0140
half! ini origInal fo-est; l tin tibe; aibout 86
acres cleared mund ins a iIY state of enltlvatinn;
goold wVater and nece'asry l4mildit',s; terImsl easy.
41 aeres jn0t niortht of Pilckens, j(oins the corpo
rate lirnits, ali In enlttytioni, 10 a4crea of tno fin -
0O1t bottin land, fine build han uite 2 thiis In a good
bargain for a per. son1 wantinIg a timall faim near
town; price 17uIJ, half eas-h, balance Int one year
For alny pa rtitenlars wr'ite to Pickens Land
Agency, I'i4?kens, S.,4'.
YOUR H(ME I
Is not Furishedi5. !,.I wi th:out a
~anuo or' an Or-gaun ?
NO - N on itst e nr ih do o
on a 'uING two ori1e the yenisaod Jou awoul,l
yon.4 ItIl y 1u .i4 14Yi' taboug 4ie w1ith anc untur
(14 a 61 h144d theeler hI 14 ol i 4 4.( .tU 1t41
P1a"" 4' 4l4E41jp, ve"'' 0'199. Neve r to4 g'od
fIm 'h4 ll1ney he44. th:'n :::c.h44If their to$t
.4- 1d Ith l'm ar 41m W44 lu44eduSll y eii4y, Only
aI t2- d lb-- 44I-: 41.th'1iy wi s4-utre 4one
'et tih i '7 it v-: be j.I42z and: po.i foiLter
you1 k,ne,w it.
n4:,) a 144 nt 14 I1'4n!o "r~ 44n OrIgan ? It so
aod i ! it 'oe We ca 4.41u 4it you4. and14
If (4 lIt 44 'tI4lome in tal1k it ove-r, just dropl us
JOlHN L IIA' T iE' & 1)AU'GIlTERS,
Greenvilk- . C.
Then rra has not ye coe tol Pikens, but
i kn Is in (pning di,'. If thr Ilad.
If yo l nVse If Pike lr.-wsh to
talk( ton:yn in h te on jut ste to
the "phone'' 14 tl~ eni 1he one .4a Iuut.
241 II-u444ranted A14 (I\Ill. lu1ages for Pic4ken arid14(
vic lity 4021 proinp It deivered,
I'IC 1.:NS i TLIEIlHONU CC
WE K E "'nlr r'f,-r outhfnl er
'4 1111(4 14 4 tt rs. ilor of nilyV vigor
\ arioeele etc.Dr. ln Mo t Nere IlIls wiI
(ff ect a speedy curec by its4 use, thousHands of
casesC (of 11h( v.ery woi st kInd and4( of long alnd
.ing have been01 rtstoreto: pe4 r feet heaCflth. 15,00(
tet'.tImoials from14 aill olver' 1t14 world. Pt i-o poi
pac4ka4ge $10, six ftor *c.00,1 tril pactkage 140ntse4
eu rely 804aled foIr Il10 cent 4ostage.
.\dlesslo., Dr. R. I)eMoiq-,
981- S. lialstelnd sI. ChIn.?g. nlil, 1.. $.
Ve won't tame thede. You know whothel
jrR In bad ono or uo.e ocan oulyfa rudv
the wa you act. Are you acUng raisac
are about It?
N HOUSE I
The Least Money.
-niH1hO8, Dye Stnffs, Fancy Toilet
Toilet Articles. In fact every
'oil select(d StOclk of Drugs, Pa.
ays keep onl hand a full and com
ho demand of the Public at Large.
Md be convinced that you can buy
in the up country.
refully, and all orders nnswored
>r the liberal patronage heretoforo
of the saime by prompt ttention to
rices to suit the stringoney of the
Vill take pleasure in waiting oin you
ti and Faetory fto ets, opposite
G. TV. EARLE.
hit to manufacturm their own soap
from me cheap for the cash.
G. W. E.
3 and XVagons,
AND) BU Y.
RK LEY, Proprietor.
ling Frunitine :
L tIo much mwihingm., into anmy ch an jar
ilve one box of Fmumtinue with twenty
On$4 of hot water. Seto that all is dIis.
Sthe Fruiti ne and 1 ugar withlout hoilinug.
r it ent irely. If niecessary weighut the
by thme liqinud and the work is done. Cov
my)) i lupIl its LNor dlirt. Nou sealing re
Fruiti ne makes it ready for the table.
y-five pound. of sugm,ar is suffienot for
wenlty five pioundsil of fruit, which proves
Iots aiway with much of the labor con
take one box of Frnuitine and one and
se in five* gallI.ons of hot, water, an.I when
en Ctn i Cani be k ept onl ,oht perfeu!
((completel co riveredi by th li quund. If
diering the whole ueless. If kept cnov
WVIS & SON.
P'ickensu. N. '.
it1 in to RuU Your'
, ShIoes, HIardware andl(
pounIds for $1.00.
'eessarles of life Cheap
etc., almost given away