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TIlURSIDA Y. .1AN. 10, 1890.
The Sentinel devotes about one
and a half Cotlullns of its precious
space to a goenral fusilade onl th
Jou.. an1d to contollptihlo,
personIl rtlh-etions5 on its editor,
an1d trie s to justify its unribecoim
ing1(1 Colduct toward the JoURNAL
editor, by claiming that, tho Jovi
NAL calleqd its editor a hypoerit
and a bldakguuanl. ald the Joun
.I. ever entertained such tin opin
ion of tlie Sent tine.l editor, it had(
too imich respect for its readevs
to annoy them with matters pmn
ly persolal and irrielvant to the
discussion. The Senineliu, hotw
Oer, took ("mid ('1r1 11ot, to pul.
lish thett Jors.'s ditorial oil the
maifill issuels Ill discussion anld fail
od uttrly i p'in out the facts to
prove It1 t N-sII f ()' d1epart rig
from tei ssI's ill cisplit 1111d as
suing the (,to a a in the
caul . (f i ]rillmanity.
Thebenin1 mverhud much
lust for ie :1ld w.- always glad
to avoid tll(V. r,-v r wrrving it
self over a d f: in the (isclssion
of them, so the Jo m. was a lit
tit , u' i at li-' I to iiscov< I the
Cn:sO 11f 11- .x"a .r mare :ort iot
puit forth i i ; I a I i ssuIs. .11
cauld n1-t hatvo e 4)n almw oi'1, 0
llo exposiure if tf i. unt -nalile
groundi. of~ l' N-niiil's agi
ment, fir til Cotinl, if it, vnid
have svln it s rid iCulOus sittlation,
is somiwhat (tt-eutmed to that
iandt hypt'eracy alileged t~o
een made againtst the Sent i
ne'il (edit.or, for theo Sen'it iinl wouild
hmavo puiblishedit the editorial com-~
p~lainedl of and tidiented wherein
thu languago was abustive, anid oh.
jectionmablo to hiis pious ears, and
painful to his virtuous and1 tendotu
heart. The Sonltinel is too muel
of a vuloran to hoe disthurboed witi
attacks along those 1linos, but it it
vulnerable anid the wvoak p)oint b
its vanity. Off'end aigainst it it
that respect andi it will fight lik
its pot liger. Tho Sentinel wa
fishing for comnplimnits upon it
recont tale of' woe andi hypochonu
driac editorials, hut failed to go
thorn from the Jt)IInxAL, so it im
agined the JouxAL\ was vijulic
tivo and abusive, andi~ oni~ouis o
thie supposod glory and1( immortal
ity won by the Senitinetl. It singf
its own praisos in the following
which is b)ut at now toot on th
same Old horn:
"So far as wo havo boon ahlo I
find out, the J1oIHxaL is alone i
condemning the first articlo whtue
we wroto on tho subiject. 'T'hia
wals ro-prinited ini mny of our es
teemed con toemporarios u nder thm
mot08 comli mnentIar'y headl iness
An estceiemed daily so maitrkedl it
and sent it whizzing into (ver;
county in tho Stato. 'This is th
secret of the autso which Ihi
JOURNAL has heoapod~ upjon the 0(d
itor of the Sentinel.''
All Solicitors~ do be There.
Attorney General Barber Wed
nesday sent notifications to all thi
Solicitors to be proentft in Colum
bia during the sossion of the logis
laturo. A few years ago the cus.
tonm was iinaugara1ltedi of only hav
ing a certain munt~ber' of solicitors
in attendance, the selection being
made .by thu attorney general.
Mr. Barbor, howevor, b)01ievCs
the services of a I are' nooded and
is not inclined aniyway to make
any discrimination ini his sclec
tions.--Columb Jia Registor.
There is no news to report in
South Carolia mat tors. It is
feared that Elliot wl1l be unseat
ed in the first dlistrict, and Dr.
Stok~es ist also ini so1mo danger. But
tho rest of your conigressmien will
d1oubtless retaini their seats. Buit
as the republican majority in the.
house is largo andi unwieldy Czar
R~eed may decide not to seat any
of the contestants.--Washington
letter to Piedmion t Headlight.
The land owners of the 1Casta
too section have petitioned;. the
3eg1sture t1 exempt that 'portion
Mf~ount ifoir he . operation
MR. EDITon: I think it of the
very greatest importance that wo
all stop froquontly in our wild fo.
rays,.and ask oursolvos whoro wo
are at, whoro we are g-Ang, and
how fast aro wo getting thoro? I
still maintain that the pool&
farming do not make on an aver
ago 15 cts., por day, for the 313
work days in the yoar. I am sure
that many grown hiamids do not
mako moro than $30 to $-15 gross,
and a fow of the best crops 1 know
of havo only aimotinted to $80 to
$90 per hand gross, tako out the
rents, guano, &c., an([ see wIIt is
left. Wha1t is to bo dono about, it?
Cannot. the wise, good and great
givo some coinisol. I know many
will swear it is from puro cissed
nOss, laziness, &c., The trilling
amount of mion')y thi crops will
purchase, they tell us is from the
tromenldous over pro(uction: if
this bo so, double the labor and
and (oublo the crops and1 you
woull( re(llco the prices 50 per
cent and realizo the same inonsy
return, from (ouble the labor of
gathering and market ing. It rath
or strikes me that our schools.
colleges, governm en ts and even
civilizltion m111ay become to bk
doubted as I e t ter' lletod of
rulining tho worldwithoit ho man
ciinory worhs better.
It, 18 Io 811Ipriso to lo (hat
there vas very greoat d isalpmilit
ien t ill the atteunlanco on tho At
alita expositioln froI th South.
ult 1am1 survplised( at Somne peole
g'.illg, that I hnoW.
If oir lnople could he aIlb)wcd
to convert thieir corn into w Iisey
tleoy might reahi a little cash,
Since .her v seems to bo mar 111likelt
for en. 1uit ol. roses grow on
thornl bu1sip-s. The whisko.-y m ()IId
bt, drank AIv ive, :1nd children1
mor01,e ahIdIl and less clotlied aiI
A man who males 15 cents per
day and iuays a gallon of whiikey.
lt. 1a dollar, pa)ys ai w wk's wo irk fore
it, by losing a half daly to mak'
the pIlurclu-in. 111( Slome lose four
days to rilnk it, and(1 poS4,iily I
do a little (leveltly'. il llw nwan
ine. Ionfly ugsttwe ia
Ili . W1 It ill In t l ml- (f th 1, 4,:! 1 1
Of thll JorINxAL Mr otherVIs 11-i1)
-4)lv( Some of t llo kii 't (v proy d-n11
I sppose the(_ norhentts ar1%
ill et.ter shape than we, as thy..y
draw a heavy tax by tariffs, inter
('-t anid penilonls, ote. 1 sullppo'.
givon to hire thoil PII)oplo to lov'.
the governm 'it. I think the great
tr'oullo is the sma111lll mount ot
the mioneCy owners5 ha~ve' any hegis.
lation (don1 thley wish, so( as5 to en
alo t~hemn for a1 few dollars to huw
thes world. It has a'lw~ays sae
a little strange to me that Conl
gress wold gi ve the amIounliit. o
l)'nsions ioy d10, when('I I bey kito
hoy fouight 70)0,000) men! or h-se
with 2,600,000. $0omo say :2,S00,
(000. They mmustl tnk t hey hlad
fight awfully hard. II have neve
heardi of anly O1no, suigge0sti a ri
(ductionl of wages, as we woul
Ihave done, in like c'irc'um~stanlce.
Does it niot seeml tha11 t sotothin
wvill happeni that. a few at 1e1st ha
rather 1n0, halvt'014 oiw of ths daysil
Pilaso figuro up1 the cr'ops umad
a lrounid you0l at1id see if you Il n Oi in)
we~t all grow a1 lit IlIe galrdenl su0
but this is all com~an d a14lt bom11
- vet tihey gital exceer4lingly Msu illi
TIhough 'lie, staonls nutil wvaits wit hi patlie
A bout, 15,0010 toni of (1tarc1ieh hasn
~been made~lt fr'om potatoe(0s this 8e50
0 son1 iln the thr le( State 4s of W isemO
Not 11a1 fr'oml l lhree and1( ai hlf I i
lionl hushels ofi potatoes have tilu
abouiit hjalfi the pr'oducIts ofl the la'
11a1o belt.. The farm'mors hiave rt
civi an average pr'ice oif te
cenlts at bushel for1 thle ir pota11toe:
- lin Memory~i' Of Mrs. Ilung.
NI mrs. F'omrtmia .llunt111, wifeo of MI
' Jae 1 i0 un11t , detparted tis life r
1101 hom1) nlOar Mlt . Carmiel chulre
-Moniday Janunamy, the 6th, 1 s9(
Shlo was a conslistent mlemb~er<
MI t. Carmuel Uapt ist. (church' f<
many1)) years, and served fa it hfu'llI
to the ond(. She was a su(Yeroer fe
manly y'ears but bore her sun'
ing with passive enduranio ; y't
willing and1 waiting readly to1 go i
anyl hour11 01r waIit and su O'er longe'
submissive spirit to a close. A bue
daintly sustaiulod to the last 811
quietly sank to rest. Two daugh
tor's and1( a hlusb~andl surivlo lh
She w~as buriodl from Mt. Carnw
chulrch on the 7th1 in~st., at 1:
o'clock. Th'le Rev. J. E. F"osto
conductedl the funeral services.
"Deanrest miotheor, thou ha.'t left us,
We our loss (d0 deeply Ifcol,
B~ut 'tis God1 thtath. beft usf 1,
Hie cani aull outr sorrows hteal." T,
- Wantedl everybody to know t hal
thle JoI!ImhT now has oneC of thl(
best 0(quippode Job) dopartimonts in
uppe~r South Carolina. Th~Je fact
that it is uinder ihlnmanlagomontl~
of that weoll known job pr'inte'r, J.
E. sKinch, is a sufficilent galarantee
that the work turnod out from thle
JoUflNAL4 will bo first-class in every
partioular. Our prices will alway
be as low as tihe lowest. Orders
by masil promptly attonidod to.
Now is the time to subscribo for'
the JOURNAL, the beginning of thi'
A logra play IWorta neeping.
Tho biography bolow has boon
copied froi a work, in tho hands
of a lady in Charlotto, ontitlad,
"Tho Living Fomalc, Writers of
Tis work was gotten up by a
lIady in MlIobilo. under tho nom do
plumo of Ida Raymond, uid dicta
ted to Jolm IR.. Thompson, of Vir
inila, James Wood Davidson, A.
I., of South Carolina, Ilon. W. G.
cIAdo, of Georgia, and Charles
Diiitiy, of 0laouisialna, a quartette
of Soutler'n alu thors, who have
over kinadly oncourietaged and judi
ciously advised the feinalo writors
The Living NVri ters werle storoo
typed by Fagan & Son, and pub
lished by More Brothers, of' Phila
dolphia, InI17I Not, at volumle
of this work Caln now ho found for
The mnme that, heads this arti
clo will call a ithril of pleasuro to
Imanty Ihe arts, for this lady is ono
of th Ilost noted and SuIccossfulI
teachee. of the Stato of South
Carolina ; and lilhuidred3 of hr old
puipils, 1111117 of' titolil now talili
itjg tIlrcIgitout tho land, retitlom
hoer Illr hilldiless anld c-litiro ull1
1o iS tile 111.--: j elorot us of wo
tt . liter i tilli, l 'or tillo ts, 110r
wIldly go(Is tro ait th com nd
()f all hle rl'ls sayvs ol-io of hlor
ks add l, a nlative 4f Virgin
ia. was I ll i ' tIber 1, 09, inar
riod win-n; ehht e veas Id to
r. Eatld, a pilitrail 1111d niii a
tIvI ' paIt ii- . l I tr d li n
was atI 'har I I. t t tat t n.
ro, seviral 4e'Sc t l Iuie, Ihar
ra 1n:. I l dil w t to Iioetrtt
wlhit h waisi i i ld, edt ill tilt , va 11ril
p l it.als (I '- li 11Y. ['or tlr '
h1a 1e v sli was '
]i!(17 IIIl elll ealitU)
whichI~t I ttt '3h-t'cionter(bompt
ll, in . I n r i. i ,:WId ItI
r It . i ti 1<1w!
0 (1 a)lo I I li , wi r
the ~ '(3itt Ii. f ' I l : I'i ill 1,6 h
dita's wuhh-h 'e.t'ain 'si eit o we l ie
~us ti~u t ol i in t I' tel s' wa, n~t
Ioh! lut t t nt tibutd
\.P~itV ad NI ' i nad d i z -ril I.
% n .Al(ledttic iv 1alid
Il'il1% Oh 4'xiA Olne Of
OwFra Wr a'th, publi.shedt inl
her( I h'dt a regular contiuo
tt. r. lirt , in.. a nortic of
-patit ng f AlhtiN . Lad'sI lotil
wI k savelid. "Thwey ar' the weot,
sell wrt afi l wlgl11 , tt at' icularl' J y
shi, btm lie thdgt mu hi
avoi 1on h'r ar l)(1~niesfh
1110 'sliiiet waf sodlge'tiollhalt
she b 'I f e <rytS alti lco ra.
nilnt of wht clhar behvin that
th aylt soialt depeltlii til it. OVi'o
l'(ayl1(lt'i' Jriei' 'ilevi'Cli ol lowina
hei o thl Ct(o1-tll)Oiflyo1 intln
lfl~to wth~ clie 11; th ouh notl
IealI 11.itiwoi'dlfi WtSt lokeil raiin
yon lally fiL eit.sio hse ai
prfl Ll pay, wrbitto enat th
in vr aI01gllt failisl d o'inoin
statl on thut occrtetveryo pithlar
ingloject zt(v' oie(lit" ad i.tunry
e~~cUII~ SO . o ela 'acit' s lore t a t
Jll or 'o itig]1. Ae ofriompofI
SI'ol l8 adllisa w~lefl
bions show the rapidity of thought.
Even now, at the ago of fifty
3ight, woreo you walking behind
bor, you might mistake her from
Ite light bouyaneo of stop, for a
Mrs. Ladd, the subject of the
tbovo biography, is now in the
.7th yoar. of her age. She coi
moncod teaching in South Caro
lina in 1828 and hogan her litor
try career in 1829. She is now
thr oldest living writer and teach
nr in tiwis Statie. Froin a sevoro
It tack of'nogrl.Igia inl the head, in
ito year 1891, sh was stricken to
tally blind, si nce which time she
has writtLen nothing but poetry.
Fairfield News and Ilorald.
Food For Digestion.
Foni Tmii .: J IUnR:%Al.:
From the l apparent Condition of
thl Pickenus Rtilrotd, it is doubt
ful that, it will bo finished. The
Ahief reason why tho sanmo will
not bo builIt is that the profit is
very questionable on so short a
lino. Without any railroad, ex
perienco mon would know that the
longer the line of road tho cost of
Aperating diminishies, and the
l iorter, vice versa. Thereftoro, it
onis host to aib1ianldon the abovo
proposed or pdrtially constructed
ro(a ,d and innttninto at road
that problibly Canl 1)e built, and of
4uflicienit length wnd surroundings
to lbe untport'ui( and very profit
1bb., if pr)pierly aid judiciously
plannied. The) schemiio is to got
Augusta, Anldersu on, Easley or Lib
urtv, Pl' iks and lirevard, intfor
'sti d 'I united an1(1 cXtllld the
avnah\albcy liailroad" froml
Aml'rs.mn by ieretowil, Easlf'y
ir Li ity,' Piekens to 1 revard,
shiorv there is now a rtd to Hien
lersonville, N. C. This would
ntako a good line. Put Augusta,
\ lld ol-im an1d ail t rIl 's) poill ts ill
011ion with tho n;orthit-west.
\ so with the10 illo'e) valleys of
'ikels cointy anld her timber
u(d minerals. Hvsids a pictur
SWIte S'll''1nier 1(.Fot eiintry, that
al't IMw su rpssa d for viienod nut
ral cI scelnerv, sich a ts Tahlmo . Moun1
ain1, i1 Ilickells county whero il o
lwas I 4141on hwoforo the lato war and
esa r's Head. A nd many other at
ractive, yet undeveloped points.
his road would touch ,;nvoral fine(.
onls with natiral fall suiimiolt
4o (11ewrato various mailifacturiis.
holtliciall result would bO the
ove)Il)pment. of all tho mountain
uid valley section of Pickens Coun
,y into profitablo stock raising,
vhich is one of the bost watored
muinties inl America' Being on
the south side of th 3 Blue Ridge
Mountains, tho w"mters ar~o mild,
grass is up) early and about half
the food is requiired to winter stock
her) that it takesacross the moun
ti imh er atlo ng tho Line is thto best iln
qual it and greatest inl variety andi
quantity. Thlisiroad would con
nect tihe. cotton fields andl~ milh~
w ithi tihe timbler,. min ierals, steel;
andl grain, wich would h)o an im
por'ltant comination1. What does
Augusta, Anidersoni and( the othtei
po'intts say? .1. H1. Nmew'rox,
Jant. 18t h 18~90. Pickens, S. C.
Guiy, the infant son1 of W. P~
inst., at his hiome near11 Olgi..
lIev. GI. WV. Singleton, Friday th<
.1 saac Mcl aniel, son of W.X. H
\lcl~aniel , ns somtewhaiut ont tho illM
Miss i\l ill ic Fo)stert, one1 of Olga'i
mlost chtarmning youn~g ladioes, vis
ited P'ickenis last~ iSaturda(1y ai(
E. 0. McDaniel and B. d. Ligon
of' Pickenis, visited thto family o
llovy. J. E. Foster last Friday anti
Saotuirday. LooK Ox.
Thle .lomai.I is publI~ishing th<E
1list of sub scri bers, as they paty, an11
wvillI tako it its ai falvor it aniy 01no i
om11itt ed that, it ho rol)rtedl to th<
C lrili & 1101(1or have founiet10
mule1 is wh ith tey will sell chenj
for1 cash4I or good p)apors.
Land for Sale.
A~I1:( tr i of lta on Gr1 egory 's (Creek fon'
2441le.O fron 414I'iekiens, -contaiin g 200X acrest
5S) acres412 in a u line stae of enliti Vvat.i02n, hli
anveo in orliginalt foresit.'' W% ill be' sohl4 a
piva 0to "Sat t. lo 1.4 'gigures nuitt oni eas2i
ltetu. A pply to T.' 0. RiolINSUN, PickI
ens, 8. C.
Har'wood county, N. C., with
genuine Tar' Heel flavor.
Klingler's unadlultor'atedl Penn
Klingler's lperd Buck
Ralston Tlealth Food0(.
Ralstou .Pancake Flour.
Ralston lhaltl'.hlkir at
If you wanlt the flnest PICTURES mnade
Lit the State, go to
1 13 Mcee Aveune Grecenville, si' C
Zt6lY (Jrayon Pottraits at specialty.
Now that the Fall and Winter Season is again at hand, and
Cotton has again proved itself King, we wish to call
your attention to the Stock of Goods we
have to sell you. Our line of
CV OTL iG
Consists of every Style, and is made .of every fabric. The
Prices are such as to enable every one to
buy a New Suit.
Trousers and Suits to fit the Boys and Children.
HATS IN ABUNDANCE!
At all Prices, and Cheaper and Better than you can get in any
other store in the State.
From 50 cents a Suit up to $5.00.
In all the Latest Styles; made by the best houses in the world.
UNIVERSAL SHIRTS !
Ask to see our UNIVERSAL SHIRTS; Laundried and Un
landried. They are said to be the best shirts in
the market for the money.
In fact, we have EVERYTHING that is carried by a Clothing,
Hat and Gents' Furnishing House.
E VERYTH1 IEW
NO OLD GOODS, and all we ask is a call from you.
Thanking you for past patronage we are
Djr=dfusM &L Co.,.
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
113 and 15 Main Street, Creenville, S. C.
A Word to the Wise,
I do not mean to bother the readers of Tii' JOURNAL with any higl
flown advertisement. I mean only to state a few facts and I am sure you all
are wise enough to profit by it. When you come to Greenville if you are
wise you will drive straight to the Mammoth Dry Goods Store of R. L. It.
BENTZ and he will give you bargains that will make you iappy.
I will give you
IIeav'y Canton Flannels for 41c. y.2c rd e wle ln
Shirting Calicoes 4nl
Tndigo Calicoes 4 i- lnes5
Soz. Wool filled School Boy1-IWieIt prls 5
Jeans 106 l olJceslts tl 17
Sloz. Wool filled School Boy ic motdalwo
Jeans 20 Sre l oos 2
10oz. Wool filled School Boy46ihImotdllwl
Jeans 25 I Sre l oos 3
Yard wide Bleaching (no etqliyarnighm5
starch) 5 kI1dit ttnChcs5c
Medicated all wool twilledlutCnoiFnelnerhSa1c
Re Fanel12 tanerl 10l~u
Lac ofspae pevets y mn10-in houBSrads fohe50gan
have o o~>'. ome fnd 8 fo inchlvs-A Imyods were oo ghi
Jun anl Jly hencoton as c.,So er oge als theylos 25lgieyoh
Ord Flanneln E 12en Hun ther,.rdckng.lo ig J0. C
Campbell, Allen Par's ins and Franl: Walker, will take pleasure in showing
you through my immuense stock, which you are cordially invited to inspect.
THAN EVER PRODUCED,
WE'.a.E TALKING AB3OUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete nowv,
and see if you don't agree with us. One of
two things we always mean to do: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewhler e for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a lotter price than you get them else
GREEN V LLE, S. C.
For the next Thirty Days we wvill offer Special
WVehave gone through our stock and marked them dowvn
at prices that will make them go. Givc us a call before buy
ing, and save your money.
Don't fail to see our 25 cents Felt Hats.
We carry a beautiful line of Stamped Linen, and Xmas
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
aplr4mO 106 Coflde Strent (Under Onnra Uoune,)Grenvnot(e. 8 (.
THE PRESENT COLD
I havo 10 pairs wool Blankets
which havo beon roduced to $3 and
0., Theso.aro co'rtainly bargains.
Woloh Underwear for iol and
womon. -MubtI b sold, our pricos
KEEP YOUR -CHILDREN
A big lot of children's Wool
Drawors. Those goods will bo sold
for los-s than cost.
A full stock of Shoes always onl
DRY GOODS AND SHOESI
1r) Pendleton St., Grcenville, S. C.
Main Street, GREENVILLE, S. U.
Ilavo now ready for sale all the
Latest Styles inl
HATS, BONNE[S AND CAPS,
For L-tilIes, Misses and Children.
7- They keep-coistantly on hand all the 9
Novelties al lOWet )1iceS.
Your patronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
The Auditor's oflico wi!ll bes oponi
frong tho 1At day of .Tanuary '.1896,
to the 20th day of February 18960,
to recoivo rotunis of roal and por
sonal proporty for taxation in
Pickens coulny for fiscal yar
commencing November tho Ist
The Auditor or his deputes will
bo at each of the following pro
cincts to receivo returns for Said
fiscal y' ar:
(.alho11un, '1Tuesday, Jan. 14th
Contral, Wednesdav and Thurs
dav, Jan. 15h 111 16th 1896.
I iherty, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 17th and .18th 1890.
Easloy, M ondIay and1( Tuesday,
.Jani. 20thi and 21st 1896.
Cross Plains, Wednel'sday, Jan.
L ooper 's Store, Thursday, Jan.
Peter's Creek, Friday, Jan. 24th
Pumpkintown, Saturday, J an.
25t h 1896.
Easta toe, (at .King's old store,)
Tuesday, Jani. 28th~ 1896.
H1 urricanoi, Wecdnecsday Jan. 29th
Six Mile, T1hursday, Jan. 30th
P'rator's, Friday, .Jan. 31st 1896.
Pickens Court House balance of
All cha nges in Real Estate must
be madlo and all now buildings
erected sinCO the 1st (lay of Jan
nary, 1895, returnied for action of
T'ownsihip Assessors who are roe
qui red by law to examino all ro
ignoronce of time of listing is
-1 nXo ue and1( a penall~y of 50 por
cent. for nion returns is strictly en
joined~ upon Auditor.
All tax payers nmist make their
retuns in piersoni or by some Ono(
legally auit horiz/ed to (d0 so in case
of sickniess oir absenco from tno
couinty. Banks. Iluildings andL
L oani Associa~ltiolns, Firio, Lifo and11(
other 1 nsu ranco Comnpanies, are re
quired by law to make returns.
I'ach an d evory person will please
I)0 prep1ared1 to say'~ in what Town
shti p and School District they live
at the time they are requnired to
make thoir return.
All Males between 2.1 and 50
years of age except t hose excused
b~y law are liable to Poll Tax.
N. A. CIllRI STOPHl ER
Auditor of Pickens County.
Nov. 28th 1895.
costs cotton planters mnore
than five million dollars ani
nually. This is an enormous
wvaste, and can be prevented.
Practical experiments at Ala
b)ama Experiment Station show
conclusively that the use of
wvill prevent that dreaded plant
O',r pamphlete, nro not advertIsing cIrelanrs b~ocm,
ing speccial fertilizers butiI are practicalI works, contain.
lng the resni!ts of #Intest experimients in t'is tine.
nvr t t f areskr should have a copy. They aro
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