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Till TRISDAY, MAY 21, 189c.
Charleston is agitating at guber
pea oil mill.
Groors is going to build a cotton
8ed oil mill.
The Shah of Persia, who was
recently assassinatod was estin
ted to be worth $20,000,000.
A daughter of Viec-Prosidont
Stevenson is soon to be married to
a Son of Ex-Governor Hardin, of
A bicycle Manufacturing com
panly, of Washington, ). C., waln ts
to movo its works South. Char
loston wNanlts to reach for them.
T.ho cottoll mill at Greenwood
last week declarod a diviie11(l of
twenty-five por cent besides pl-)
viding for an extcnsioI of its
Th10 festiviLies atten(dait upon
tho corolna tioni of the Czar of ]ius
sin, which takos placo this week
costs that omipire $12,000,000.
Royalty coJmes high.
Joinrv lBollill, the embezzling
troasurer of Omaha, Neb., has
been senteiced to nlin ietoen years
in the penitentiary and to pay also
a $210),00) fine, that being Ao1bl0
the ailouit, he was convicted of
Massachusetts has it nCw Ilaw
which compels the Anmrican flag
to be displayed on all school
hiluss in theo Sta1to at all times.
P'atrn itim is not measured b y the
(lags dIispiryodl, and the truly pa
triotic mian, like the truly pious
man, does not have to make a con
lihinuous paradlo of his virtue.
It makes us tired t~o see that
some1 papers are bent 01n saying
"third term" for Cloveland, and
that it is the country's only salva
tion. I H Cleveland was to r'un
for a glue factory this year lie
wouldln't get anywhere near a1
moll. Hie is most empllhatically~
''dead' ' in thbo estimation of the
masses both North and South.
A portion of TeXas wvas Visitod
by a most tremendous wind, rain
and hail storm last week. Hail
stones as large as hen's eggs folF
in Hill county. Sherman sufferoi
the most disastrous results. 10O(
persons were killed there. A1
Howe eight is the number knowi
to have been killed. The corm
crop was completely ruined.
A large quantity of arms an
amnmuraition consigned to Cuban
has disappeared from the wart
house in Jacksonville,' Fia.,i
which they weore stored. Thi
steamer Thlree 1riend(s, whic
took tihe Collazo expeditio
to Cuba iln February, has also di
appearedl. It is said the muln
tions are on board, thle Thri
'Friends and that the latter is agai
bo0und for Cuba.
Bret H-art's new story a nd Jaro0j
K. Jerome's latest piece for licti
have both been secured byThe L
publication. Jerome's story is call<
"Reginald Bilake; Financier and Cad
and sketches an incident in fasino
able London society. . Bret Hiar
calls his story "The Ind(iscreOtionl
Elsbeth,"and pictures the romance
a young American who falls in lo'
with a German prinicess, mlasqu~erac
ing as a dairy mlaidI.
Southern Railway to Rich1
Sixth Annual Re-Union of ti'
United Confederate Votoram
-Richmond, Va., June 80, July
and 2, 1896. The rate for thi
* occassioni will be 0on0 cent pe
mile traveled from all points o:
* or via the Southern Railway. Th
rate from Greenville, S. C., wil
Tickets from stations in Sonti
Carolina, Georgia and Ten nessoe
north and east of and including
8e.vannah, Atlanta and Chatta
nooga ay be sold Juno 27th, 28th
Afd2th, with Anal limit Jul1
JEpesidia 'Dssireg 19tetyear
TConltia)udd fporn April 80, 11896.
Mr. Editor: After giving you
general idoa of Pendlotoln distric
ninlety yeairs ago,I tvill attempt .b
givo you a moro mmiiiuto doscrip
tion of the prncipal placos of his
t-ric intorost and natural curiosi
As stated above the court hous
was situlltod at Pendloton villag
near Eighteen Milo crook, i
branch of Soneca river, whoro i
now stands. Tho .town duriin
that timo consisted of twochurch
es,Presbytorian and Episcopalian
>0 houses, court hioutso, printmL
office, and an academy. TePeOO
p1le of Peidloton were a refined,
and a wealthy class of citizem.
who canie froli tho low coili try.
aind se(ttled whefre they Conld gt. :1
full view, of the mlounltiains whieb
bound the horizon to the north.
Amiiong the freaks of these colos.
.sail mounds is the entrance int
th valle of Joea SSee, celibrated
in song. 'O1l inl tlie distialice, the
eyo rests oI that splendid perpen
dicoiir rock, which is adimired I y
1ll travolors, the Talble l Mounitaiin
by% tho Iiost olovIted grounda inl
tfho Stiate. 'hle Sassaras n un
bain now cal1led Baild Ku116.
Thor were several vilbige.; os
tiblished at diterent parts (t'f thie
district. One of thie ohdi'st nas
Pickensville. it was I III I ly t eI1
seat o-f justice but is now rf-hlefd
to (11000 or folli 9. 98. 1 wa-s
sitlulted about t wVo mihi ofu h of
the prest-lit towin < visley. It
wfas the Imivte'r !w!tl ol I ih 17h
reg luelt di fliglit'w r''-v~lit loiniry
Riock lills wais In Geon
llro)ssitt-. river'. v rm h o a a
nah rivr It. waO the wt If'the
hil (,St. m io l i 1 l *I ill li ' is.
iiet, I e C lo f I o I'l a\ ri ' aki d
Irwis,4.1 als v itilr . Centre
ville was establish.d by v+:. Ealnle,
E'stq.. prill('l jill '.,[ fil b'I( tr ,l nu u -
ill, purIi))es. .\ towl was laid it
by (elleral \ lil'rsil, on tho Tug.
1lm), 'Ir vivui'Ilvlah 'ivo. at th
Jutllei11 oi Seileen .cli le i l Aidor.
It, was sit iuitod :I1, tle ivery point
of a pJleliilliI and wi aI H very ro.
Tlle littelligt 1() 11aho it, at com.
meii rcil spot wa s a filiure. At
t HIat. plaee Vere two mills andl 11
forgo, lind also an estiblishiient
tir ill te nmkillg of' sial I a'ills,
l'er ws aI stfo which lltd
fromi the indi11n1s tlie pilk root
whieh wa malde up into hundlK
ot ono poudlid 4ach, stIem .d1(l aIl,
which wev re 1 resse'd in t larg
Ilogsleaids emint ailling GOOlt pollill(
''1,ch. It \v wi s wvas wrt Ih cent s e
pounud' in Cllarl Phi'stmi aid Snvaln
nah., Thre w ,r a -so larg
liimounits oL giiis iilg,black andl Seni
The river at this place was 4()(
yairds widle. Tunaleo and( 8olie:
(called Keoweo above) are tw<
great branchos4 of the Savannal
Tho Tlugailoo wasfl nafvigable Ii
smlall boaits to the iindan town<
towvn ancd P'anther creeks. 1F
siuicinig these sitroam ils it wi
thbought, could i hoi made~l naviigal
to the miounta ins. Boant s deseoun
odl the Tugalo) fr'omi And~er'so
ville with 70 hales ofl cot tiiin
T1he Soneca wvas navigated I
.smaill b)oats to thle distanlcel oh 5
miles above P1lnieol li i Coill
houso. At the j unction of Twe'l
Mile and1 Senieca, thle Seiie
chalnges its namiei to N eowee wihi
was11 navigale to ai coiisideral
distance by sll1 uig.
Thlese are the prinlii mavie
ble streamls ini Penduilleton distrai
Numerous biranchies r'aiiy fr<
the main rivers ; the prinecipal
Iwhich lire waters of Senieca a
K~ooweo. Their m'u~unes are as f'
lows:R T.he TIoxaIiay ( head brac
.of Keowvee,) th Six, Twiel
E Iighitoon, TwventyI-t hre an 1 d Tw<
ty-six miiulo erw'ks, so namedi'c fr<
Ltheir distaunee fromi tlie uiilitai
staltmni at. Keowbiee dhl or't,
(iChatuga,. ad (iii'' Coneo8 'cee
i Rock rive'r, l'ig andii Iit Ice En>id
,.. too, J1oecisse uad \\'hito \at1
Screeks, also Geo'crgo's andi Brus
Cireeks, .lBroad AlouiithI, 11llrri
0 \VilsonBi cm ek and imii ot
n1 ers, all which Icunish line hui
f'or farmiiing, lewv coiui'nis a
het ter waitied thn P'endlctoni d
10 tict. Chairlestoni11( an .ha uhu
ai were the two pinucipal marke'l~ts
- the district. But little progre
c was11 imadle iln maniciluatures, e
dc opit. in thle domeest ic wary. & 'e
"' famuily manufactured cotton elo
~- for their owln use, wh i ebI gave e'
eo ployment dini'g wiet weatherid
>f cotton fac t ory, ow neil by r'. O(
~e r'ision, ini the district.
1- A rifle gun fac tory was e'sti
hished on the (Chatciga creek.
Th'le celima11to as stated aboi p
01on' one1 of the Ibest ill thle I.
andl qtuial to any ini the wor
e The thermometer is selonm hel<
, .18 ini winter, aindh 11hat for onily
1 few days, in suimmor it is nme
S over 90 to 97 and that lasts on
r' for about ten days in the ei
1 part of J1uily, which is thle hiotit
> time, so that eleven mon this ini I
1 year arc comnfortalhe to wioik in.
TJhoero were nto local diseases (o
copt in the neighiborhiood (f mn
pouds, or in similar dampl si tu
Stions, wvhere a defetorious air w,
produced by the decay of voget
ble matter. Such sp)ots wore rai
particularly ini ulpor part of II
4intfini-. Thnrn wna a simnua., m
M ease -prvailing ini thq mflountairs
callediilk lsicknese, and it stil
exists. It produces such a per
% version" of tho lacteal juices ir
t cattle,that thoso who dse oither th<
> milk or butter, die, or becomo ox
- tromely sick. it is liable to be
- contracted only inl certain places
- that, aro uniformly inaccessable to
the sun' rays; and some of these
spots -., inhabitants Iavo foncec
iml to provent their stock fooding
There vas another curious fact
Th honey c3llected by the boos ir
-phlcets whoro the Rhododondror
laurel iiounds, is (0o(oed pOiSonl.
ous, and causes vll iolent vom itilgs
vn en in cIses w hero it was spar
Genoral Pickenis, and Gou. Rob
ert Al.iderson, Whoso namfllos stand
ntlet !~aiong tile worthies of
the revolutionary war, were resi
dents of this district. Genera
l'ickans commandod the whole of
the Southern militia ol the mom
,)rablo 17th of January,ati the bat
t!( of Cowpons, and by his good
co)nduct contributed( much to the
sitcese of tho American arms. He
was honorod by Congress with a
sword for his gallantry thero. On
ove)Oral occasions lie distinguislied
hiiself, and adviianced tho honor
and interests ot his country. Gon.
Anderiktson also distinguished hum
;olf -A the10 blIttle of Cowpons, ad
reIderod other servicos to the
State, whichl have endeared his
memory to is. At tho foot of the
mountains rosidd Capt. John
Lynch, the author of the famous
law called by his name, of very
notable effect. Near to Capt.
Lynt h's h ouso runs tho 35th degree
of north latitudo. it Was here that
tis important poimt was first as
corta i nod.
PndlAton beinug the last princi
pat frontier of the provinco of
South Carolina, includes a number
of places of noto and interost.
The chief of those are the Oco
neo station and Kooweo old fort,
or Fort Prince George whuen timhose
torts wvere built, they wero in the1
midst of the Cherokoo nation, ro
moved 800 miles from Clir'leston.
Th garrisons wore both solitary
and much e xposed.
l''ort Princo George was first gar
risoned in 1756. It was built on
the banks of the Keowee.
A great nmer of I11(ia tribes
in1ihi ted Pondleton district, orig
il ly belonging to the Cherokee
ation.* Thu olloving locaitioll
'and namles of the-se have boon pre(.
serZ(ve(d. ()ld 'KPow(10, Just eo
Port PriniCe George: Sugartown, a
lit tle above 11N- fort, Now Ko\4 kowee
ou Mile Crek; Aconeo oi Oconee
crook Eastaltov, oil croek of saIle
111nm10, Qu11acoratehic. on Crow
(ter Indian hiains occur in thi
.R water coursies, besides the above
) T1hose iare, the .Jocasso, which give
i m111mo1 to ai miost romianitic valley
>Chieohee, TPoxaway creek, Tommas
1see, Oolenoy, Ko~shwoo, Gonerosite
and Coneross creok. Peindletoni
r the only district which hais rt
ii tineid so numliy Indliani nami~os <
s' plaicos, OW ing to its being the him
y resting place of thle aborigines<
is South Carolina.
V Concluded next, week.
1r Thie Stato bl oarid of contre
ha fve ru1led tha lt t lie Couni RIyt d isple
I ,i ser usit give as hiis botidsmen or
'I f the secuirity cmail doiI
r 11 11lt. (ness oin the Stae in tl R
-Ia s I uld at. requecst of Gov. E~vai
.li 1111.aV(t, ve clerk be p)lace'd ini Sil
bond1(. Eve'ry gurn iltio c)ompR5i
:n has an1 iniSlpoetor and they requi
:t. that he have thie right to ovorlot
,mty hu11si ness whlen t he compai
of wr'itesi a biondl. Col. Willie Jtont
nit chaiirmaniii ci the board says th
chi 1 bond for dIispensers canl got
torm fomi Ihe uit horizinog i
..si ola in iispotIors toI eXain 110(
mi pese' boIoks and( accounts
rv lly VI11iniin the pitirsuanice of thie
r~ buisineitSO. On. July isit aill bonl
er muist h~e iRven mI a garanitee emO
pany1Ri.- I his will be gener'al, as t.1
a-- dliser'I i not ontly responlsib)
fy for su1Its aga;iiinst thimi tfor viol
ttin Ef thle d iibensary laiw, Il
h- hoard wiant ed a uni iformi rule at
id1 haIve adhopted thle plani as abov'
r'e only to accept gu~aranlteo c)omfpal
l. s as su ret 1(5.
New 'o'k s $tetnatormzi mol
II.ill sayvs 11h0 ret iroeontoft gre
ba uc k s witich holi is t ri ving to al
com11pl11ishi l meese tihe deman~i~
for sundl~ mioniv. Certaitnly; an1
lhe increa'used~ diemandii wvill mak
thill bre wl hae to wor
r- lttle Ilonigeri each day, or give U
mi( o ofhi lt5Cot 1011, or corn,. <
11- who8at t o get int possess5ion of a (10
lair. See anytit hr aotu
derstaninillg that? iilmi)iR.ii
Re14 S surl tO carllyII read (ou
(.outside this wI'ek. I f you (loln
youR will miss a groat t'reat..--E~
IsWe frail andl imiporfect humlan bc
1 igs\Ol~ oveywhrO aire cotnstant Ily af
pealing to rho world t~o behold oni
lvoutsid(es. Iif the pulic eye couil
tpetnotralte our in iside and' seeo
Slnor, or. hidden selves, the worh
wonuld standl du1mb with consteirnit
X ion. What a displiy of outside
1is going oni conistatl.y thiroughiou
a- A pension bill beo Congre.<
o, gives $12 a imonith to a man whos
ie disability was ''caused by overheatia
s- hiimself at the battle of Bull Runn"
Cleveland and rlielo evidently
got their idea of eeping up the
gold reserve from ho stingy man
who tried to app so his gnawing'
appotite with 0110 morsol of meat
which lie mani ulatod in this
o auner: Havin tiod a string
around it, lie woukl then swallow
the moat, and in a moment jerk it
out and swallow it again. The
man got fat, of course-just like
the Treasiry is doing I
What sixteen to One Means.
Under this lav, with us, 3711
grains of pure silver were put in a dol.
lar and 23 1-5 grais of pure gold
Were put in a dollar, 16 gold dollars
to weigh as much as 1 silver dollar.
That is whatil6 to 1 means. In other
words, any one bringing 3711 grains
of silver to the mint had it coined
intoa dollar and any ono bringing
23.22 grains of gold to the mint had
it coined into a dollar And as long
as this was the law no man was willing
to sell or did sell that much silver or
gold for less than a tollar. Foreign
inducements at times caused much of
our gold to leave us as it is doing now,
but we had silver to fall back on, and
then again when much of our silver
left us we had gold. Thus we walk
ed down the century on two logs
from 13 poor colonies to 37 grand
DI. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist, Dr.
I. M. Nonwoon, AssisLant. Office,
88) Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Jan. 9, '02 y
A large lot of men and ljoy'4
I keep a full line of
HA IN ESS, COILA US,
N" I jimty Cash for hides, wax and tal
WV. M. (00DL)ETT"I.
Snlveessor- to Cowver & Goodlett.
102 Maiin St-reet 1 reetiville, S. C.
March 12s 1
Now h1a4 oil sit uainuplo
Pair of Men's, Ho3s, Woman's, Miss
em :ll Chdldren's Shoes, factory sam
ples, to be sold at less than manufac
turers prices, beginning February
Such chances to buy cheap shoes
only comes once a year, and now u
your~ tune to Sencr Bargains. Com<
andl see befoW the sizes5 ar picke(
out and sold1.
The Factory Shoe Store
- J.b M. Dickson,
f P. S.--F. C. Sc.haff~er, an e.xp
r ieceI(d shoe0 mtaker, is with us, whl
repiriis all kinds ofi shioes, la(Iht
slhoes a speiality.
N.,INoTICE To THliESPASSl:8.
iiuber ir cr ossing iy pret~iseM ini anyi w
g ecept ini the, paltulie roiad wvithout any ro'i
to senit. ,J. M.Al1 ION IOt )lPE1.
M-.~ iiun, S. C., A pril 27, s5.
To t;he Public:
y \TWhenI in IEasley, call on1 J
ee M, R~AMNPEY f'or Spr'ing aiu
>k Summer'i Goodls.
ig loves, Slippers,
n Shoes, Ihats, &c
: Always a fresh line of
ri l. oud Sd to a Dime.
s Ont Saturday you buy Indg<
a- Prints at di cents ; Shirt ini
10 Pr its at .1. These prVice
'apply to Sturdays only am~
Main St~rect, ( HFEENViLLE, S. C.
Have~( now read v for sale all the
Latest Stylies ini
Hats, Bonlnets and~ Caps
(I For Ladlies, Misses anmd (2hildren.
(j 17' They keep ~onstanit ly on hand all thi
N oveltie a. lowe I. prices.
Youir patronaigi soited.
Main Stre.., Gireeniville, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Pickens, C. I1., S. C.
r' Pract ice in all the courts.
- R. . P.CAR LIS5LE, Dentist, Gre~jm
- vileS. C. Ollce over Addison .
r. MeGee's IDrug Store.
I have a li lot of
0on hand wvhich I amt selling at
"Rock Bottom" Figures.
lyjP hides aind Reeswax wvill be take,
ipayment for leather. Call and see no
C well equnipped Lannety.
PIUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Now lots look\ after the little
tle things and, lbt the big ones
take care of diemselves. See
here. Shoe tacks, tire bolts,peg
awls, harnQss menders, copper
rivets,shoe thread,belt punches,
files, rasps, pocket rules, pocket
levels, pocket knives, pocket
scissors, auger bits,. bridle bits,
pad locks, knob locks, hooks,sta
ples, stock bells, hand bells,
mouse traps, steel traps, tack
hammers, shoe homniers, nail
hammers, blanksmith hammers,
hatchets, honda-xes, hand saws,
cross cut saws, web saws, com
pass saws, gun locks, tubes and
cylinders. Tle best factory yarn
and cotton cards on earth. In
digo and diamond dyes, nice
furnituro, stoves, straw hats,
fish hooks, any thing everyth ing
T/V. T. M '-L l.
Pickens & Easlev R.R.
To be finished, provided we
can raise the money. Now, in
order to do that, save your
dimes and they will make dol
lars. Walker & Ownmgs have
bought out the cheap "Vreck
Store,'' 117 Main sreel, Green
ville, S. C.
They are close cash buyers.
Buy bargains and sell bargains
is their motto. When you visit
Greenville and want to find the
cheapest store in town, look us
up, and we will soon convince
you that we have the cheapest
goods in the city.
Give us a call and see for
yourself. We guarantee to
save you money.
Walker & Owings,
117 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 27, 1896, tf
IN THE MIDST OF BUSI
Our business so far this season
has surpassed our expec tations.
Thile right goods and the right
prices tell the tale.
Our novelty dIress goodls havt
.lbeen pronounced beautiful. WC
have a second lot to arrive Mon,
day or Tuesday.
We have all the latest trim
mings to match the new goods
The prettiest Buttons, largt
- andl small, ever shown in Green,
a ville for trimming.
s Our silk dlepartmlent is comn.
lplete. Dress silks, trimming
silk, and silk for waists.
Only a look at these goods
will convince you, we spalrel
not timme or money in selecting
- these goods and the comliments
we have received amply rep~ay
us for our1 tr ouble.
Your patronage solicited.
1'. S.--April 1st, we will move t<
the Gahrrison store, next to R. E
Allen & liro. To avoid havinig s<
muany good~s to move we wvill giv<
special bargains on all goods.
csscotton planters mor<
than five million dollars an
nually. This is an enormou:
waste, and can be prevented
- Practical experiments at Ala
bama Experiment Station shov
conclusively that the use of
" Kaini a"
will prevent that dreaded plan
our p bite are nt advertising cirulars l~oort
na tho resultiis f latare xprmet it rks ntli
er ot fr er aboukd have a copy. They tar
GERMAN KALT woRKs,
93 Nassau St., Ncw York.
Bo Bn B ia BOTANIC
THE GREAT REMEDY
- FOR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
11a e'nt ho ghy toole b' ,a
sa andouresquiokly ssa
A~e'NOGS. t yar thebeat totnl nt
SENT FREE w1VOND4uAn..
P.000 PAlM CO., Atlanta, Oa.
OUR SPRINC GOODS
Have arrived and we will be able to show you
the )e line of
Ever brought to Greenville. Our competitors must bow to
usd When it conies to a question of PRICE. Why?
This is easily explained.
These two words moan a mountain of things.
No loss, Uo had accounts, and a thousand other things that
m]ien a loss to any business where credit is given.
Ponder over. this, and if you find that we are correct inl our
enleulations, you will give us a chance to sell you
CJ]1i.jV6 .A)V(D 6 U A-tWjV[f i
Clothing to fit any size and pocket,
Ilat s and Gents' Furnishing Good at the same fgures.
Come in and look through our stock,
which is second to none
I 3-il 1,1.Ill~e. Greenville, S. C.
11;; and I1 5 Mami Str eet, le .C
We have neither (ine nor inclination to "blow"' about mar..
velous wonders of beauy and gorgeousness of styles, and tell:
"'fabulous~ facts''about mni4nnothi stocks of goods andl all tha~t
kind of circus adrvertisemnents. People cannot 1)e fooled by such
absurd advertisements d( statemnents any more. Wc have only
a plain commuon sense wverd to say to our friends and customers
andi that is this. We have not the largest stock of goods in tho
United States but we have a sufficienit quantity of bran new
goods to supl)y all of your w'ants and to give you as large scopo
to select f rom as you couild dlesire. We are not ''selling out be
lowv New Y ork cost"' that is an old "chestnut." We are buying
for cashi andl are selling on as sm:-'Ll margin and profit as we can,
andl hve. W\e dlo not lpropose to attract you by foolish words. Our
prices andl goods speak for themselves. We priop~ose to deal hon-.
estly and sqjuarely and do all that we can in a legitimate way to,
mewrit your patronage. We have a complete assortment of Dry'
goodls, notions, carpets, mattings, and window shades b'mght for-~
We have all the new "'ash goods, dinmities, percales,lawvns,swiss;
organdhes, Plisse. A comlete line of the newest dress goods and.
trimmings, Silks for wvaists, in japs, taffetos, swivels, in Persian,
and D)oesden eflects andi patterns. We have the newest styles;
andI the largest stock of black dress goods, in H-enriettas, Serges,
Sicilanms, Mohair, Oranpons and Novelties.
We wvill gladly send sampnlles upon request and all orders giv.
en us5 vil receive careful and prompt attention. All we askc is a.
fair trial andi chance and you wvill be convinced.
THAN EVER PRODUCED,
[cr7OUR. HN S
WE.'rt.E TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete nlow,
and see id you don't agree with us. One of
two thiings we always mean to do: To sell
you better goods thatn you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sill you the same goods.
at a Jower price than you get them clse
.GREENVILLE S. C,