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TIHIURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1891.
What a pity that Campbell, of Ohio, is
not a South Carolinian.
Vote for the rnilroad between 8 a. ml. and
and 5 p. m1). next. Saturday.
Does The Stale. of ColIumbia, know any
thing about the married state?
There are fewer people now than there
ever was before in the history of the world,
who cannot he induced to go to an exposi.
tion at Atlanta.
The Greenville News failed to reach us
a bingle day last week, in the forenoon.
The State would make its appearance as
early as the News. What i-i the matter,
W. J. Tllickstonl, wvlo was ehrk inl Siu
perintendient Miaylleld's ollh e, lls resigned
his position and is travelling ilI the interest
of the Garrett Ilydraulie Molor ComlApany,
in 'vb1ech lie has al interest.
Work and vote for the railroad subsciip
tion. This i4 the oipportinHy oft a life for
Pickeis canilty. What tax we will have to
pty far the whole time, we will get in ad
vance in benelits the first yvear the railrnmd
The Democlatic nominlce for lie Lee-is
lature in 3arnwell ti-mliY was lint So badly
beaten by Ite idepenilent after all. The
(Ali-ial couint gave At taway thiir-ly ilaijority.
Less than tei per cent. of the Deioerratic
vote was pollvd.
The prices (it ially thiig-; its weli 1s cot
ton are low, but not so with cotton when
Inade into goods. They aue generil
ly, in price, about six mon11ths behind the
fleecy staple. 'I llanumufacturers keep the
goods up t ll hey are a..ade whole on what
the cottion cost Ileml.
One exchange hails a1aalaly bfg-in to cry
firl an extension ot fiit for tihe 'many a
poor1, tax p ver." We have ie'ver heard a
good relln.1m1 :msiglcd for extension yet. If
extension were not expected, there would
be no more defaulteers on tle I.tlh of De
ceniber than oin the 15ti of next March.
ThereW is some intiilatiion 1now in otlicial
CirCles thiit anlier 111 en it is to be4 instituted
against tle Colailw Phosphat e Cmilpaly.
.t'resumnably the suit wvilIl he for damages oir
loss to the State biy the comt>aniy dryinag its
rock hefore it weighed it to ascertaini tihe
amifountt of royality. As Coosaw hasi no0
. 2oul, it will l ikely "cus15."
On the 4th inistanlt, Thei( state reachied
Piekens at 41 p. in. on the day (of its pubii
Cation. T1hiis is the first daily paper pub
Iishedl iln South Carolina, outside oif Green
ille, that ever caine to Pickens by that
time onl the daiy of its plienitioni, anld the
only oneC outside of Greenville that has
ever reached Pickens hby mail oni its ibli
cation day. H urrahi! for the Lmnrens route.
Govermior Tillman wroite to Aitor .J.
~l Clyde thjis week to kno~w if we lad a
poor house in this eounty,. and if so, wans it
self sustaining, or did the County Commiis
5i4)ners applroipriate fuands to hlp sustain it.
For the information of the Goverinor and(
ni othlers wvho do niot know we will say
that the County (Commlissioners mallke a
levy' every year and have a scpeatet fund
for the paupers. known as the poor fund.
Wo (do not unidoltandl as tli'he(Kowee
CJour'ier, thait the News andm Coaurier means
for the out i-subh-trieas nly e!ubs to bolt the
Democratic Party in case thlay coultd inoit
control it. The c'lubhs Iproposed are toi pre
venit the sub.-treasury planlk from in 'lg liut
inl the Democratic Platform. They will
nlot Recessarily be new clubs lint, simuply the
old( clubs of 1890. We cannoiltt e'ven read
any third p)arty indications betwecni the
The Abbeville Praess aind Banner thiks
t h re is no morie use for U (counlty poor
house than for auty a isylu oii r penlitenl
tiary, and.wants themu abmolishied, iandt ree
omends a State inistitult tin to take their
place. Undecr thle g'o m( ianagemnen t of
the Pickenis otylil; poor farm, a State in
stitutIon w~ould cost us iil imuchmre iniro
portion. Transportation for one iinmaite
would( pay his expIenses att t he poor farm
for two years. Asylumns antd penlitent ia
tles are expensive prisons--poo)(r houses are
apand inexpensive resorts for honest
n welbehaved pu perr.
UILIItOA D l'IuossIssawsoN.
W'e noticed a.n aril e a few days a u
calling attention to the powerful ag e
ey of t,he railroad corporatioins in piromlot
ing the catuse of temiperiancte. A miomecnts
ireflction will conviico aiiy one of this
wholesome fact. It is a stanidingv and in
flexible rule of 376 companies out of 600
that any railroad otticial from coincto)r to
flagman who tamnpeirs with whisky, does so
at the peril of losIng his position. This
riAle applies as well to all depot agenits eam
. ployees and telegaph operators. It is a
matter of business with the railroads. They
cannot trust their property and the lives of
their passengers to any otne who allows al
chohol to benutmb hIs senses. They re
move the tipler as promtly and with as
good reason as they discard the decaying
Scrosie. No qtuality of bark or kind of
wood can save the one its place, neither
ca" any money bond or quality of heart
saVO the other hils position.
* Secreta erronafort.
- thot, h sometimesmuall, evIls, like invis.
fl$oIees, in)flic$ pain, and a sinugle haIr
)Iqt1p a vast &iachine, yet the chief e
rqfOmufCrtlies la not, suffering trIfle,
~ 'me'! n -u" itntly v'hivatInr an
M TEIVIE nUsNEnsm NEXT YEAM.
The merchnuts on thile east side of the
ver except one who have been doing a so
lime business have Infoi mially agreed that
hey will not (o a litne busmines iiext year.
Land owners formerly seenred the paper8 cl
f their tenalnts, but .they now find it cheap- w
'* to borrow money from the bmnks, pay
-ash for what their tenants get and take
he papers themselves. c
The merchants have not orgauized form
Sconibine, or anything of that sort, but
yave just reached an u1nderstalnding for
heir own protection.--greenville News.
We have heard several of the merchants
>f this county say the same thing. There a,
is not a merchant in this eomity but what
will lose money this year on the class who
have to be furnished stipplies under lien or
mortgage. Suppose the merchants general
ly Come to the same conclusion, what is to
become of the renter? The landlord will
have to supply him or lie will become a day
Ilborer. Thenl the question is, will tihe
Iandlord take the risk to furnish him sup
plies upon lien or mortgage like the mer
chant now does. We don't think so. While
it Is true that the landlords are able to do
so; they will not take the risk, from the
fact that to furnish two or three or perhaps
a half dozen faitilies and take the risk of
some one else having the oldest lien for
Riipplies, or run the risk of a fieshet or
drought and mny other thiiis wiould not
pay. So then if the merchant or landlord
drops him, the Only alternative left is to be
come a day laborer. These remarks apply
only to those who give liens for supplies.
'iE EFARM M (-31i1Iss.
One 1Rembiert, of Texas has iivented a
roller attachimenit to compress or at the
lint cotton ats it comes from tle ginl, and
prepare it to fall i i tle press box in order
ly Invers. When this it dlone the power of
an ordinary press is slillicient to make the
hnle as small111 as the tremeidois pressure of
Ile git compress (-nn make them. A
little Ielection will show many ways in
which this N% ill be a great saving ti the far
(is. ly this invention a live hundred
poid bale is rediole to half the ordinary
size. The1 mncahine has been on exhibition
at lhe Atlanta Exposition and. has attracted
Th ile Democratic victory in New York
was complete. It seems to have been an
utter repudi1tiO on by the peoIle 01 tile
principles and practice of the Iepiblican
party. I. is also a treienldolls boost for
Cleveland in u12. The Democracy won
its great Stale victory oi the line which lie
marked out for it. Goveinor Tillinu,
don't you think now that Grover is tle
man to lead tle nation to Demiocratic vie
tory next vear?
Iowa is in tlie I)elocratic ranks and is
likely to be there in 1892.
The ob ( dyveVd.-inII-th Ie -wNool Itepublicanl
State of Massmelmsetts is safe within the
Democratic fold. and will help to elect,
Cleveland PIresident of the United States
next year. Long' live young Govtrnor
Canmpbiell, of Ohio, made~ a gallant tight
againist protect io init lie .went doi wn be
fore t'he multitude over whose eyes Me.
K(inley had puiled the wcol.
Jerryv Siimpjson was surprised at thle result
ini Oh)io iad Kansais, but lie is still pound
ing away- on his thlirdtII paty ( h-tires.
ICmi(, women(i andu love are thre ie forces
bard Ito omi -et . But, conniemct inig thle thlree
us, closel y as tihey seemt caipable of bmei.ig
jom ted, it is Ii tial to jutdge thaimt women
are be t titd to wrtit e tid tion which is
1purmiy romtatii. At aniy rate, Mrs Amie.
hia E. lI arr. whlo is, perhaps, thle mo)st pop-.
uilar A miie:mc ainnth hir of today, leads one
to this belief. Stie has written ant exquis
itehy roantic andl idlyli e lovye stor~y, which
slhe hans namedu --Love for an Ilour is Love
Foi revert,"* whIiebl is son to h appeair in serial
formri in the ciolumni s oif a met01ropolitani
weekly. lin what weekly it will appear
has noit yet been0 ainounimc(d. The stoiy
opens in the West lhiding of Yorkshire,
andl thle scene shifts later to ai pi(turiesquei
and unmfamiliar region of Me xico, anid then
.Mr. Peter Kieg, wihose illness we men.
tii ned in thle last IntellIigenceer. duid at his
hbinie in thle tower (dge of Hrnsbly ('reek
'Pc wnshipj lust Sat urdayv night. after ai long
aind l'ainful illniess. Mr. Kling was horn
andc lhas ahvais n i sided in Ainderson (oun-i
ty, andi( was ii most upr)ight, worthly citizen,
whose dea:thi will he amurin d lhv a wide
ci rcle of friende s and( relatives, lie was
abou tt siventy-eighit years of age, and for a
long immitiher oif yeats was ai conisistett
miembier (if Shiloh Met hod ist Church. On
Sundayi afternoon his reimins were interred
in the Shilh ('hnrebyvard. the fiinc'ral suer
vices being coniihueted lby liev. S. I1. Z/im
mermaii, im Ithe ptresenice cof a large coni
cou'trse if sorro1w ing fiends. (One sin aind
one1 dauighiter a re lefIt to) cherish thle mnemo
ry of ai devoted fathter. --Intel ligencer.
Thomas A. Ed ison biegan as a tele~graphil
('hange orI 'ehedule,' C. & (A. Dyiy, II. &
up. II. ii.
Thaiking effect Sundlav Novembher 1st 1891
there will lbe thle followinig chaniuges4 in
sedtule of C olumiaili: & Greenv'i lie D.ivis
ion. infoinunltion of whiichi cnn tbe obitained
I r'oma Agenits (it thal Division. Through
trainis will be iip erated het weeii Coh imbia
andi( Greenaville. 8. ('., via. A Istoni, New -
berry andit Laurenis as follows: L.eave Co.
htnibia 7.0,0 a. mi., Altn 7.50 a. m., New.
hetty 8.-15 nanm.. Laurenis 10. It a. mi., ar.
rive G reenvil IcI.;:km a. im.: ret urniing, leave
Green villhe ..0 Ip. mi., Laureiis 6.0 p. mi., (
Newbherry 7.59 p. mi., AIstont 8..55 p. mi.,
mrive' Cohunibia 9.-1. pi. mH.. ( omitectinig at
Newhierry withI trainms nmbenir l ind 8 toj
timd fiont Griein wotd, A bbheville, lElItoni and1 C
Andesoni. 'Traiins niuimber 1:1 amid 1-4 will I
rtun hbetween C'ohummbia and( Greenville via. -
llelton as heretofore. 'Trainms will runi be
t wein Green xille, S(eeei atnd Waulhalla as (1
heretotfore via. hielton andiu Andeurson, coin- (1
nectinig att lIeltotn withI no. j8 for Grieen
wouod, mand mall C. & IG. ,ointIs east (if l1i1. -
tom. Trains tio. 15 and 16 ht et wveen ('oluim.
hia andl Spatrta'nburig imatking cioection
bt.wdeen (Chamrk-ston and C inclnnat i e,inrry-b
lug thrnough sle~eper~s wvill be operauted asn
her'etofore. \V. A. 'TUnK, A. (G. P. A.e
Thle real estate nmrket wvas never so ne,.
tiv'e in this count,y as norw if yout want
toi hick up a baurgini in land, yout hioutld
subscribe for the Senitinel and tchl uip J
Land Agency hasm been greatly needed ini
tis counmty. It has been seliing andI buy- C
Ing some good bargainis for its customecrs, e
and If you ish to sell or buy, sendh hn
you~r name andh a description of what yo'uI
have to soll, or of what you wish to buy. I
The A gency wIll be more than apt to find
The results of yesterday's election prove si
me things very clearly.
It is evident that the united Democracy
n elect its national ticket next year If it
ill do two things:
1. Nominate iten who couinand the in
mldunce and respect of the country. 1E
2. Make the tariff the main issue. at
With a good ticket and a sound platform gi
ic heart and center of which shall be a
w tariff plank, we cannot only carry New m
ork, New Jersey, Connecticut and Indi.
ia, which have hitherto been suflicient to i
isure Democratic victory, but we can ci
old Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and lo. I
-a, and make Illinois, Michigan and Wis- 0
onsin very doubtful. If Democrats take b
ced of yesterday's election they will win
great victory next year; if they shut their 2
yes to this they will have to endure defeat (
s the penalty of unpardonable stupidity.
tlanta Journal. t
An Old Gra nt.
We were shown on Monday last by Mr.
. bi. Shanklin. perhans the oldest land pa
mer to be found itn this section of the State (
[t was a grant to 238 acres of vacant land t:
idjoining and partly within the incorporate
inits of Iendletonl village by the State of
south Carolina, to William Symnnies, dated
ii 1797 and signed ty Uovernor Charles
Piinckney,under the land grant act of 1791, 1
February 17th. The land embraced in
this grant was in what was known then as
Wa1shingtonl county, with the court house
it Pickensville. This county embraced
Lhen what is now known as Greenvilb-, An
lerson, Pickens aid Oconee counties. J.
II. Waring was 8ur%veyor-G(eneIIAI of the 1
State at that titme. This traet of land has
bveei owied by only a few persons during
lie past one hundred years. From Symin s
he property passed into the posession of
Win. Anderson, Mary 1). Anderson and
'arah Anderson jointly, and by them it
was conveyed to Jos. V. Slianklin, and it
s now owned by Mr. E. I. thanklin, his
lon. We were struck with the neatness,
iccuracy and nice penmanship of this an- .
Aient paper and the plat accolpanlying it. c
loth are in an excellent, state of preserv..
ion. The ink with which the papers were
written is perfectly (listinct and clear,
ihowing no fading or dimness by age.-- t
A Federal Pl.itto.
The scraible for the position of aPRsist.
lt United States district attorney tias conie
to an end and, as frequently happens, a
lark horse won. The appointment of Mr. t
lenjaiiiiin A. llagood to that responsible
posiion was made public yesterday. and it
is one which will give gentral satisfaction,
not only to Mr. lagoot's friends. but to
the legal frateri.ity throtighout the entihe I
Almost every coity had an appliennt
wh4se claims were pressed4 vigorously but
Mr. ILIgood was selected on aectoint of his
known ability and titness, and for the good
4tvice ie lias already performed while I
iontinected Wili the United States district
ittorney.'s otlice. lie is a sonl of Col. J. E.
Ila1goodj, clerk to the Uniited States Circuit
'totrt, and well known thriughout the
state. Mr. Iligood is a graduate of the
University of South Carolina, and though
4till qiite a young man will rellect credit
iton his new position and himself alike.
News aind Courier.
There is tilk of alliance democratic
Alubs, anti -sib-treasury democratic clubs.
straightolit democratic clubs and how many
Alter sorts we do not know, in the Sitte.
What we want is for all the democrats of
this state to get together withou 'it regaird to
eliquies and t'artisan orgniiztions and
site as old1 Jetfersontiani demnocrat s for the
welfare of the state. - -Carolina Spartan.
TRie legtsaialsag or Ihlihes.
linssell Sage was a clerk. I Ie learnedl
rrugaility ini his brother's grocery stoie at
I'resident Ilarrison found his first (do1llar'
in the toe of his stockinig oni Chiristmnas
Vice l>resident Levi P. Morton e-arned his
irst dotllar as a clerk in a village dry goods
tore at Shotehtam, N. H.,
James Gillespie Blainte taught school in
-estern Pentsylvania foir his first dollar.
~ater he biecame a newspaper man.
An old physician, retired from practice
tavinmg had pilaced in his hands by an East
tidia mtissioniary~ the formtuta of a simple
~egetabtle remnedy for thle speedy and pet
nantent cure of <mnsutmptiont, lBronchiitis,
'atarrht. Asthma. antd all throat anid Litni
Xt'ectitons. alsi) a poisiti ve andl radical cure
or,Nervous Debility and( aill Nervous Coam.
)haimts, after hatvmng tested its wonderful
uirativye po wers ini thotusntds of cases has 4
relt it his duty to make it known to his suf. I
rering fellows. Aetitute by this motive and
li desire to relieve humitan sutffering, I will
oend fr.ee of chIarge, to all who desire it.
this recipe, in Germtan, F"rench or Eniglish,
wvith fnll dlirections for preparing anid us.
mng. Sent b,y imail bty addressing with
stamp, nammitg this paper. W. A. Noyes,
52( l'ower's Block, Rocester, N. Y.
TATE OF SOUTH CARIOLINA,
kJCounty of Pickens.
r. J. Smith in his own right, aind as
-eeutor of the estate of Lucinda 4
lHussell.1, deceas~ed, ill behailf of
htimself anid aill other cre-ditorst, if
any,. of the estate of said deceased,
By virtue of a dlece mnade in thisq 1
ase by his H[onor, J. B. Ker.shaw, on1
he 9th day of June, 1886, I will sell ~
>efore the court house dloor on
Saceday1 int Decemtber,
text, dhurinig the legal hiours for saile,
hie following dlescedt tract of land:J
All thatt lot or parcel of land itt,
sentral Trownship, in said cottit andI e
;tate adjoinintg lands of Siltas Curtis, '
ubrey Brewer, D). G. Parsons, and e
thers, containing Oneo hundred andd
wetty-five (125) acres, miore or' less, h
being the the p)lae whereon Lucin.
a Rutssell livedI at the~ time of heir
Tem: Otto-third cash. Balance ~
I otne antd two years' time, with ini
trest frorn day of stile, to be seured pl
y a h)ond( of theo putrchatser with a
ortgage of the premises sold. Pur. S
htn.,er to pay for all papers.
H. A. RICHIEY, S. P. C. as
Notice to CredltorsM. nc
By virtue of an order of Hon. J.
1. Kershaw, made onf 5th Novemaber, ce
891, notice is hereby given to all the M
reditora of Geor-go \V. Miller, de- Po
naaed,to come in atid establish their B
emainds before me on or by the 12th1
f December, 1891, or bebarred
rom participating in the funds of Le
hb<4Mate of aid Geoi W. Miller, 1
Iete5e. J. M. 8T WART.
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
County of Pickens.
In Cimmon Pleas.
Complaint for Partition.
By virtue of a decratal order made
the above stated case on 8th Oct.,
91, I m ill sell to the highest bidder
Pielrens court house during the le
il hours for sale, on
Saleday in Ducember,
xt, the following real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
id, lying, being and situate in the
)unty and State aforesaid, in Easley
ownship, containing twenty-two and
e-half (221) acret;, more or less,
outnded on the north and west by
m)ds of John Lathem, on the east
y John F. Merrett, on the south by
lunn Smith and J. W. Ellison.
Also all that other piece, parcel or
,-act ot land in the aforesaid county
nd State, adjoining the first Inct
oned tract, Glenn Smith and Mon
)C Ellison, containing twenty-two
12) acres, more or less. These two
racts will be sold together.
Terms cash wiLhin one hour after
ide. Purchaser to pay for all papers.
J. M. StEWART,
ov.9 'Clerk of Court.
1TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Coiuty of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
L -1. Huater, et al, 1)(fndants.
Complaint for partition.
By virtue of a decree for partition
1nde in the above stated case, by
lon. J. B. Kershaw, on the 5th of
Tov. 1891. I will sell to tile highest
idder before the court house door,
Saleday in December
ext, the foll1owing described real es
ate towit: All that tract of landsit
ated in the county and State afore
aid, oil waters of 18 Mile Creek, ad
Alling land of the Plaintiff, Dr. H.
. Miller, estate of MeDow, and oth
rs, and containing one hundred and
wenty four (124) acres more or less
Terms, one half cash on day of
ale, the balance on a cre(lit of 12
nonths, secured by a bond of the
iurchaser aid iortgage of the prem
ses with leave to anticipate paylienit.
'he premises are sold su4l ject, to a
ease for the year 1892, tile purehas
r receiving the rents if he comply
vitll the terins of sale.
Purebaser to pay for till papers.
J. Al. STEWNA RT,
Clerk of Court.
Jritten at the Senti
3pecial Summer Sale!
NE Th'Iouismal Supe-rb New PIANOS
and ORG ANS. from best nmakers,
lily, to lbe sold1 during JulyW, Auagust , Sep.
embier cand Octobe1r. 1891, aIt spot (alsh
ries, wi,tlJ,paymienit Novembier 15th~ ne xt.
PIANOS--.9:> enasha andl balance No
embler 15thl, 1891.
(O) GA .NS-4j101 cash and balance No.
It EMII:EIIlt -12'west (1ash rat es. No
Or J1. L. ][IA YNIE & D)AlI''lEIIS,
Greenville, S. U.
OT()ICIE TlO I)EIJ'TOlRM AND) (CitE.)
ITl'() S. --All personis hold11inagclzaimis
m~Iin-t Ihle esutate of ~iJamaes ( . Mosley' de
ar-l htna, ii i presenit them11 Ilegaily I)att est -
I to thle undrit ned~ byOl l 1st ( f Jianuary
>r p 'aymn t or hie bar rutt andl t hose in -
1b-edl lto sai estate will zmaake piay3ment
. January I st 1 893.
W. IU PiRICE,
MRtS. N. 8. MOSL,EY.
>v. 5, 1891 w4 Admuinistators.
jOTFICEl OF FINA L SIETTL'JEMIENTl.
I h-ri-by give notice that I will ap-)
y to .1. 11. Newhterry, Ju dge of P'robate
r P'ienas cotyI, S. C., oni thme 7th day
-reamber, 1891a . tor leave to miake a Ihal
Itieent. of the (estate of' Lu vinta llaussel I,
(ceased(, andl ask to1 be dlismtitsed
J. I. l3ALENTrINE,
The Pickens Markets, 4
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5our pe r...... ..
o 2,000 Mentoran
N Try Us on
B Are your Windom
R we Can Fil
The Finest P"rest
S in the
During the i
TO CASH ]
We offer at )EDUCED PRICES,
H. C. M
U. W. SI I. N S0per2iante
The gethint' uv the stuiff is bier,
The tryiniest time uv all the veer:
And while good1 peeplle pay thi-r bllls
The bad mfan dlon't kumn neer.'
The good man buys our mete and
And never duiz lie rim,
But bad men wvishies we wer ded,
So ded, we kudn't dun.
The erly spr:ing brawt sichi a krowd,
We kudn't hieer it thunder;
What mlenes all this suidden changeI
.From good to bad, we wonder?
That bad man sed1 he'd surely pay,
Jle'd kum right upl to taiw,
But nowv he goes stun other wa
And never shaiks our paw.
We sold him hionest, solid goods,
We tride to du1 our b)est,
Ini fact we sold himi all we kouild,
And now-he's sumnwhar in the
That bad man se(d he surelv kumn
Grate teers studl in is ize,
iIe 0(1 lie had 1no bred at hiomie
And toIld lots uIv othefr lize.
He sed lhe liked our wa the best,
(WVe know he liked our bakon), t
But when the thing kcum tu a test,
That man, his flight had taken.
If you'll Mta gon, ole "vagab)one,"
And niever will kum baik,
You're welcoine to all you'vec stole
And I'll throw in this Ahnanack.
W. T. McFA L L.
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GlEE.NVILLE, S. C.,
rf:s been i - itted a;d excellertly
furnisihed. It i first class in its nppoint
itIs, and is oce of t le best hotels in the
South. Sittited in the healthiest and
limst del ght fil Ncality in the constry It
(lTii:rs supirior attractioi s to visitors. Its
4tisine V1anno1ts be excelled ill al.v city.
J. J. LE'WS. .Il'lIuS E. bl0GGB.
Tlhe P'itkenus Lanid Agency now has fer
sale thle followiing desirabhle'lands.
A ihouse and1( Ititon~ Maini at the hiead of
Garv i Street. (Good t wo story houso
with all nec essaryv out buiiiing<.
00 iers s in I )eusvill e towishi p ten
nu h-s .fiii ro inte vi ie n pulic road; 125
nitres mi ('ultivaitioni, 40I acres good bot
tomii ard 125 iin pastlure; mile and a half'
hr. iiicdhiich am Il ihool house; three good
temmiit houses, weilI waiteredl; wouIld sell in
niie t ract or di vidie inito t racts. Part cash,
bahiinei oii long time at S per ecit.
A idesirab:let hailfI nere hot on Giarvin U t.
.iisl l'inliletoin a'e ; 81 hit. Also desirable
Isot n rnf intg tin I howen st reet ; * 100. Best,
Imargaiins in town.
(it ares ini Eastatoe township, good
te('an t hou ist, 15 neriets in cult ivat ion. bal
ani(e tiut tiinbe(.r and1( grass; *1,500 on long
220 aere~s ini (er.rail townvish,ip, 1.5 acres
ini ciilii ivatiton, 410 acres~ fiine masture. bal -
anit'( nii best of t imbuer; 8 mi lu of rail
rsod stat ion, -! raile cf ehuirbh anid school;
will lie si hll cheap and on easy terms.
Lot No. I 8, in~ the town of Pickens,
ermitonme ii of ani acure fron ting ou Maim
street, east of' I)r J1. F Wit iamis'.
A goold bargini-109 acres in D)acusville
t owis. 10'f aes in (lilt ivaftion; spicadlid
itimber; ; mii Intf chmrch and schotol; de
siratble ine(ighboitrhood . >riece $900; easy
)'.) acres 4t miles we'st of Pickens on
mI alindi ro t ad; Ilevel hind- wvill make
slltild f:am; t imbi er is fine. Mu:st be
25(0 ae's cii Litit'e F.astaton, 40 acres in
t'iltivation. l10 acre'gs bottmt, 11 ac'res iii
gtl sti 51t r. gttod log h'oits. h0 acres flue
saiw' graiss, tot ft'it'td. stalelt for four
hossts. Th'is place is we'ulI water'ed andI a
banrgaiin at $~500t.
A t.isirale liot oni Main, street, Pickens,
('"t:i;iisn tis er, gotud .stables and wvel
of' gmsud waIt'er tan premtiists. (One of Itho
moitst vahIu,bliei lots in towin; pri'e E'300.
,A I arm ofl 2;IH acrest 4 a iles wvest of
I.it'kt'ns;o ace ('lteared. bailancen in1 good
strngr; iell watrd by'ti 13 ('reek and
sprng; r:r'oni(cmt'd eburieh and school
Imss'; dIesi ratble aneighbloi'htood. Pric $1,
2:3 ae's nor'thwe'st of Synmes' mil.;
10 atr's in ' 'llt ivat ion, 25 fl(r'(s ini bottom
lnid nit Fi fteen.i Mile ('reek. In a high
s. ate o eli vat ion ; goodl buildi egs ; gin
atrada goodis orchiard. Terms, 8 per
<<tnt.; tiime. :1 yetars
A slentitid farmit of 1(10 acres, 22 milea *
northI of P ickeiss ton gradled riad ; Ithreo
i' insi .naint.t hiusts. 6ti at'rts in high sltto
of'tlt iva t ito. 3t0 nert s best Tlwelvye MilIo
ti ttom; tdIoits n tf overiflow: liine piastutre of
a0nre's, good fet'iCs, gt sd well of water
ii woi's gsooih l sri igs- Will sell on easy
t<rmts. P'rie $1 , Nit.
1(5 acre. i snr Centra ('ii iil wiithI 75 ncrtes hn
a high state of s'ilt ivat ion. Good dwell
mn necei '(tssary'3 tiu tbu ildirgs.
'21 (('it's on Ilis. (Cr'w Crteek ; 75 acres
m tult ivat ison; 25 intr'es btst bot toilm land;
Ianres if it wii itout a dititch: thle bottom
imud nogt sub ijeit to overflowv; hl f i lIe oif
iiiil aimd gut, tint' milt' of school and1(
tIhurmel. P ritet, 23, 000); ferims easy.
I 15 acres iinear Puimpjkini towin in origInal
fi'sst ; l100 aitres lies well anid timuiber'fine.
Also 400i atcrets im irov'ed tra
10 aert's bot ttitmii tlmrovtd ; 850 acres o!
i'aet iin t riginsal tIinber. Price, *'50.
,5 li('ere' 2 intih-s southwed''~ of Cress
l:iias ton wauters oif (Getrge's ('reek'; goe~d
tti i land, one-hial f in origlinal forest;
lint' tinimer; about :15 aeres cl( aired arnd lii
a high st ate of' cultivation; goed wvater at.d
titnessary huhIldings; tents e'asy.
41 inert's jutle north osf towst, johns thi
cororate Ol'ni,5 all in cultivation, 10(re
(if the fluneat bottom land, deip btul hdirg
site. ThIs ha a good bargain for t person 0
wainting a smalI Ifarm near town. Priep
e700, half cash,i balance In on'e year.'
For any patriculat wvrite to fic1cms