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A VERY IMPORTANT AOVEMENT.
Purchase of 134,000 Acres of Land
Franz Bussebatun, of lamburg,
Germiianiy, was in the city yester
day, ccompani ed by Prof. Finel
lin'g of Adger (College, Walialla11
Mr. Bussebaimi. who speaks no
En lOishi as vet. c.-ane to this coun
try recently representing an a sso
ciation of wealthy Germans, of'
which he is a ieinber, formed to
purichase hnds ill this Section.
On TuIesdtay he ()m pletcd tle
rcia-se of a tract 0 13,0001
acies of l11(d in the upper por't ions
of P'ickenis and Oconee cotlities,
rn nning r'i'omn the Greenville line
:1n( eibracillg thQ corICr of Ihe";
St.ate bolnded by North Carliona
A consider-able portion of, this!
han is settled and cultivated bv
parties who1( have obtaied o sses
Sion from timeic to timle, but 3%1Ir.
Iussebauiii has purchased from
t he heirs 1 of the Ioldrs ot the orig--:
1 inl g ra lit froimi t lie -Sta te, w ho are
reprI V1eseited by thIe heirs of thew late
('ol. . 1r'o"n., of (II a rIleston. Al I.
Bissebai lm does not, hcmvever, pro
)(ose to harras those )cc I py ing
the land, and will ivthem good
t itles on terms which will (1ut
less he iiiut iniall satis factory. Ie
propoSeS to bring over t'amilies of
Gr(11 an s to set te oi the unoceu
pi ed portion of th e hiuge tract he
has purchased. Iis designs is t
have the land o()r the occupation of
t he new settlers prepared for t hem
by opening aid b reaki it u) a11(
plantingo it in grain,potatoes~grass
l anld1 frits. for' Stock and grain
farms. thIat bei ng the systemil of'
ciltivation withi which they are I'ICa
iliar. Cottoni will probablv niot
he gri'owvn at all- certa i ily not for
The imi31granits will be bi( olt
ovr at first in siall parties of 15
or 20 at a time, but h ir. Russe
hami1 is con fident titat he will set
te friom 2,000 to 3,000 persons on
t ie tract, within the next few vearls.
I Ie is a prac8(tical business man
and( has3 the capjital beh inxd him to
exec ute his semne. lHe ha s g~one
over' al1 thle groun rd and ('onlsidIer
ed all 'ond1itions care'(fuily, an
knowvs exactly what he is doing
He. was introduced to Johnf eri
guIison, ) Direc'tor of' the (Coluimbia &
G reenvi lie R~ail road, who stated
that the manager's of. the Clyde
systeml are sincerely anxious to
pr'omote immnigr'ation to th is see
nomiinal rates for the trlansp)orta
tion1 of' such perIsons fr'om New
Mir. Besseb~aum will r'emlainl here
preparing for' the recepltionl of the
inunigrants and( will make this
''ity hiis lhe adqu~arters. The i mmi
gralnts wvill also be br'ought her'e,
and( each'1 companyI1 of them will re
miain1 hiere until the lands1 dlesigni
dl for' them aire readly for! their oe'
('u1pancy', the pur ipose being to
mmake themi comforomtable and to
show them that they will be in
easy reach of at city of some size.
Mr. Bussebaiumn was taken to
Gower & Reilley's and shown what
t his section can produce in the
way oftfruits. lHe exhibited much
nileasurIe and( interest in examin
ing the ma1gni i liceit Speciimens pre
parIed for the Exhibit'n on the 29h.
He has also been taken by Mr.
.111lhn to see the Carpen, G rreaux,
and Marshall vinea rds and such
otherl demonstration's of what our
soil will produce as would he like
ly to interest himl), and seemed to
be thioiooghlv illipressed with the
("llpabilities and advantagecs of this
sectio 11. lie ex )1essd )11 ch p s
IIre in t he businesslike, wide a w ake
aspect of'Greenville.-I)ailY News.
A Mmn )wai.nVeO.
--In the ('ourt( of Comion Pleas
yesterdayV I)efore Ju(lge Firazer,
Mrs. Catherine I Iagueri ma de appli
catioll that tle Imarriag'e contract
existingo. het ween herself and Roh
eit Little, other iise known ais
Robhert, llag-er, he declared vo)id.
.Jd(ge Frazer in fililn his decis
ion declared the Imarriage cont ract
void and of none effect, upon i the
gr'ouiid that the defeidait, had N
vife living) in North Carolina :t
the timet he Illarried the plainitif.
Tlhe lawI governi ng in hle ipremises
is new to mour practice. :il this is
perlha-ps the first case (of t l kinid
i'ouglit inl this State. 'Ile par
ties A re well known in (ireenville
anlid the niiversal sentimieit is
with the plinitiff in the above cas(.
It will he renemb ered I11t:1t Little
maruriel a won an in (eorgia after
he disappe Ired from t his cit v somile
time ago.(. and his latest escapade
was the Iuning. away with his
third wi fe's horse and hmyi., th us
addilgo insult to in jur, as it werc.
-i):ily News, 25th. tlt.
At a meetin rg of the ( 'ounlty Ex
ecutive Conn iittee, huld July 1 8th,
1884, the following Scries of pub
lie meetings were arratiged tor the
llurricieane, (Nine 31ile School
ollse,) Ihu'rsday, Auguust 7th.
Eastatoe, Fi day, August 8th
PuimpiniitownI, Satur iday, Au gust
D acusville, M~ond;y , A ugust
Cross Plaiins, Tuesday, August
Easley, WXednesday, A ugust
Liberty, Thur'sdlay, August 14th
Central, Friday, August 15th.
Pickenis C. II., Saturday, Au
Al0 eaidiates in the couty,
who 1h0l( themselves subijct to the
primary election, are r'equiestedl to
be p)resent at these meetings and
address thne peCople upon the polit
ical issues of the day.
D). F. BnAm)1i.y.
BACOT'S LIV ER PILLS.
I NIllS is to cerrify that~ I have givenu
.heLI V ER P L L~ (M anuf ae
tuiiredl by Messrs. I>. T.1. BACOT'i & CO.,
Grneenville, S. (.X.) a1 fairi trial, and~ cani
unihes.itatiungly say that they are supe)
rior to any~ pill I have ever uisedl.
REV. I). WEiSTrON IlioTT.
Easley, S. C., July 22, 1884.
TJhe above pills are sold1 by all Drug..
gists, and Merchatnts generally, and
can also be found at the~ Postoftice at
Easley, S. C., where you can be sup)
plhitd by A. M. Folger, P. M.
jnly 25 3m
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
(or. Main al Wahington Sts.,
GR1 LVVJILLEN. S. C.
OFFERSto the pulic, one of the
b )es sel,,mectvdl. puirest andl freshecst.
OCk of Drugs. -Iliciies. int11I s.Oils.
S)v St ii ts, 'I'(let article', I'ateni
mIIlivines. ie best braids of Segars
an1(1 Tob(*co, Notions., ete., etc.. to be
fnhin( inl the State. Also, full line of
Garden. F1owe.r anil field
Guanenlilteeti fresh all gelinlie. an inl
fact everything- lsually kept ill at first
e1Iss )rI I St ore. II is
is ill full hhist, and well silpplied w ith
eve1ry (1o1cei v -Ile iul of 1lavoing
Sy P111), rn, etc., :i servel inl the
host styIe ill the (itY.
l'lite ail atiit live wlerks, with A
full :lid select st ock of G(otld iS MVr
-IUll liitin ellivilit I fo( '}r:p: ' I n .
VIei I I o ' ilMe 11i (. reenville (1o0 1
'aN call (m ilue, :Ind I gularantee sat
faction. .M v st ok is too large to n.
d t akII e to( emn 1114erae al It lw-e i'1 .
.\iy 23 tIf
Inll all its hlllehcs, don.e by
("ive him : call il satisfh1tioll wil
RICHMOND & DANVILLE
ESI NG H" I )EI'AIU.MENT.
n a fler .1i ' S ih, 1881. Pa-enrv
'al crvicv onl the A. & C. Air-Line
lon will b - follovs
I'xpe% ia il,
No. 51 N(). 531
I__):tl . IY):ailv.
L-a oAthainta A 4- 0 -1) S-10amI
A r. (ain sville. . ( 57 1, 10 35 a im
L i,.. .. 7 25 p 11 0 1 ila
bItlh (Th1) J1ntiteB> 8 12 1) im 111 a m
'.()a . ( . .' ,54 1) m i 12 04 n
.1ncca City. .I) 9-5 tilm 1 00 m
entiral . .. 110 32 pm 1 52 p in
IL be rtyI... . . . 10 5:3 m 213pi
aSley' 11 10 p m 2 27 pm
Greenvill E' . I 11 12p im 2 47 p in
Spartanbar 1 1 01 a ill 3 15 pm
Gastnia R 7ai 4p m_
No. 0~ N o.52~
D aily. DJaily
Leave ( bar lotte . I8 nI10 )i
Al. G;ast onia.....21 In 41 n
"Sipartan oulg 42 i pi
"Easley's..... 1 tn 6pi
"Senieen Cit v ..73 i 3
"LulJa .110. 0. aii 85 i
"Gainesv'ille. .) 36i 9 5j
Atlata....2.1 00pmli :] 4pmi
A ii e (a i wi 17....m. 52 pmi
L'v Gaii~vile 73...am. 007 am
Leav Chrlot1.. 0...am. 0p m
Arrie (affe 103...am 95p m i
AcrvoGnnoie.''ran,.AirLin Belle) i
Araive At Elat............... 0 O5 prm
A rrive a inbesvill..........8 25 p mn
A rr ive ACl nta............... 7 30 a m
No. 17-Local Freight, Going North,
LArve Genle............ 4 45 p m
Arrive at Libert t............... 15 a ir.
Arrive at Easleys ...... 5'50 a rr
Arrive Greenville ...... . 7 03 a Im
Arrive Saa b . .10 20 a ml
Arrive Ga Gtiey's. 1 03 p In
Arrive Charlotte .................. G 15 p n
All freight trains on this road carry
)assen gers. All passenger ti:ins run
brouigh to )anville & L-.Ricm6nd with-.
out c'Ian1ge eonncec i nIg at 1)anvilI wit h
Va. -M-idland, to all Eastern cities, and
at Atlainta with all lines diverging. No.
50 leaves Richniond at 12 45 p. in, and
No. 51 arrives thei e at 3 50 p m. 52
leaves R ichmond 1 28 a m. 53 arrives
there 7 00 a m. The local freights stop
it above stations 20 to 30 minutes.
HUFFET SLE EPING CARS W[IT.
Om trains Nos. 50 and 51, New York
and( Atlanta, via Washington and Dan
ville, and also Goldsboro and Warn
Oni trainls Nos, 52 and 53, Richmond
:au Danville, Washington and Angus..
ta, Wa.shington :and New Orleans,
1liet m'ning, on No.52 leever Gvreen-s
hoIr) to.) Richimiom.
'l'Inongh Tickets oil sale at
( hiariott eI, G reenville, Se n(en, Spar
anihurg and ainesville to all points
Soith, Southwest. North and East.
A, wit II N E It it toaiId from1 Athens.
It, With N E It U to and from Talln
C, wth E. .ir-Lasto and tromn
Eb Irtoll andl Io -Svill(e.
I), with ine UHidge n -x to and from
Eo", vith and it -K to an1d from
Newherry, Alston and Colimbia.
I", Wit h A anId S and S U ai ci it
t0 and frain &(-desnvle,.told
(. withl Che-ter and Lenoir It RIt om
and from c hester, Yorkville ala Dfallas
1i. witlI N C DiVisionl Ilald V C Mid am
I It to) an froln Greenshoro, Italeigh,
e. EIW IN BI* Y, Supt.
M. SJAUO iITEn, Ge. Pass. Ag...
A. L. livivs, 2d V 1P & ('en. Maii'r
Sonut Car'olina Ril I way Com11pany1.
omi met iI Sunda, "May 11
. .atc 4 P m. Pas84enger 'I
w\ill I tim as follows 1unti if fnrtHlwr notice.
"'ast era time :-"
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depiart, Columbia at 7 50 a m 525 p im
Du Charleston at 12 20 a m 955 "
WEST (DA1 y I .)
Depart Charlewt on 8 18 a 4 30 p) m
)(Ie at t Coltumbia at 12 38 " 9 22
To A N) FROM CAMDrEN.
East (Daily except Sunday.)
Depart Coluimbia at 7 50 a mn 5 25 p
Dute at (Camden at '2 25 p m 8 25
Wrest (Daily except Sunday.)
D)epart Camnden at 9 00 a mn 4 00 p im
Duie at C;olumibia 1238 " 922 "'
TO A ND FOM A UGUISTA.
Depart Columbia at 7 50 a mn 5 25 p rn
Due at Augusta at 1 20 p im 8 10 a mn
D~epart Augusta at 7 15 a im
Due at Columbia at 12 38 p mi
CON NECTI ONS
made at Columinja with Golumbia and
Greenville Railroad by train arriving
ait 12 38 P mn, and( departing at 5 50p.
im. At Columbia .Junction with Char
lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
by same train t~o and from all points on
A t Charleston wijth Steamers fo
New York on Saturday; andl on Tuies
(lay and~ Saturday with Steamner for'
Jacksonville and points on St. John's
Riveri; also, with Charleston and Sa
vannah Railr'oadl to and( fi~m Savan
nah and all p)oints ini Fiorida*
At Augusta with Georgia'and( Cen
tral Railroads to andl from all points~
W est a1nd South. A t Blackvileto and
from p)omts on Bairnwell Railroadl.
Thriiough tickets can be purchased to all
pomnts South and West by applying to
D). McQUEEN, A 'ent, Columbia, S.C
,JoIna B. .PECK, Ueneral Manager.
U C A LLEN.Gen. Pap. nd m1T'rk' Agt