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' SKENS BENTINEL.
of land are to be sold
A-^r. %x. vv. Earld has been quite
biok for 6veral days.
-Maj. J. M. Stewatt has received the
benbsion checks, and is ready to diatrib
--its. Jason Gillespie was qUito sick
last Sabbath. She was attended by Dr.
z-bhod eomtnisioner, a. m-. Gla
Din, 1s atiftiided this week as a ouadi
C dAe for re-election.
.-Sdveral members of Rev. S. G.
Sloan's family in Pumpkintown, wero
sick with ilfluenza last week.
-Mr. Tom Hughes, of Richland, was
on a visit in the county last Saturday.
Ile has our beat wishes for his success.
-The Liberty road has been changed
so as to avoid the mud hole and little
hill jdat beyond Mr. J. L. Moon's resi
me to the examination of teach
the 4th inst., (Friday), if you
) teach a publio school in the
., .jen you see a man keeping up
Us terraces and keeping down the briars
and thistles on his farm, his land is not
-]'he free school term in Pickena
closed last Friday. Monday mormng
did not show any great falling off in at
-Miss Luanna Norris was on a visit
to Westminster last week, to see her
brother, who is on a short trip from
-Send your name and address to
Chas.A. Calvo, jr., Columbia, S. U..
and hd '11 send you the Weekly Regis
ter one uth free.
-We from the Laurenrs Advertis.
Y er that A . A. Lemilie, jr., is keep
ing up h putation as a progressive,
thorough g farmer.
-The line bridge to be built
across tie . ee about live miles above
, will be advertised for
nt Elders' and Deacon
ta at CTaUal
muce is ear aested.
Corner 8 e prepared to fai
,wi 'o ah to use the pop ar
ilcoxso t w;:e fence.
--Mrs. White, w%d of the
late Jobi , of Abbeville, ilied on
the 19U at the age of 81 years.
Her deat cakeaused by influenza.
-Becat io-orn is only fifty centA a
bnahel it Ao sign it will not be as useful
.zext win r as it was last. Bo sure to
raise enougi for yoursewf and stock.
-If the mo oM the farm is
growing, the fi will break through
the terraces. I . a mortgage is getting
less, the terri. will s.and the storm.
-Oi Tie 20th ult., ut the residence of
the brlde's father, Mr. W:lliamti Mastprs,
jr., Mr. Nelson Chastian aid Mis Leo'
nora .Masters were married. Rev. 8. 0.
which is appreciated. D)eale.rs gener
ally appreciate their profit.
---Mrs. Ary Price was sick a few days
ago with Ia grippe. Dr. Earle was call
ed in to see her. She is 72 years
old, and this was the first time a physi
clan had been called to see her.
-The festive bpe-iinea are not wio des
pondent this airg. notwithstanding
the delay in tlt forage crops. The win
ter has been s mild, generally they put
on a look of (much independence and
ru thait TWiyinea was
i. extenda tagks for a
-Mr. Jas. E. Burroughe was. quito
sick the first of thd week.
-A daughter of Rev. T. F. Nelson
was quite sick last Monday.
-Mrs. W. A. Palmer has been quite
sick, but is much improved.
-Qreenville's success in the canning
factory euterprise is now assured.
-Every democrat that has not regis. 1
tered should register next Monday. 1
-Mrs. J. B. Carpenter has been quite
ill with pneumonia, but has about recov
-Mrs. W. T. McFall has been quite
sick, but in up again. Uuy was in the i
hospital last Tuesday.
-Silence is the toost massive thin
conoeiable sometimues. In its ntrengtf
there is graudevv.
-The whet around Pendleton was
much worse injured by the recent freezoe
than any we have seen in this county.
-Prof. John D. Edens and Mr. Rob
ert Lynch left last Monday for Wash
ington Territory, to seek their fortune.
-A special to a Charlotte paper of the I
28th ult., said work had been commenc
ed in Greeiville on the Mua street
bridge across tWe Pee Dee. I
-If you wish to have any pig pens
left in town, you had better turn out and
vote against the presentt members of the
town council. They will certainly al)ol
ish this luxury if elected.
-Remenber the meeting next Mon- I
day, and get your neighbor to Gone.
The gubscription fund to tho duniy t
line has now reached about 18,00), and ,
subscriptionn are still being received. a
-Celia, the wifo of Eliai Anderson, '
colored, died at her lone in Pickens, t
on the 25th ult., at the age of fort' four
yetis. Her remains were interred some
where in the neighborhood of Easley.
-At a meeting of the citizens of Eas
Icy last Saturday, to subscribe stock in
their proposed oil mill, $5,600 was raired,
in less than an hour. There is no long- r
er any doubt about the success of the
-Dr. J. B. Carpenter will be at Cen- e
tral on anid after the 2d inst. Those de- 2
siring dentistry work done will do well
to call on hiiin at once at the residence of I
Mr. James Warnock. After the 10th
inst., he will be at Liberty about two
-Capt.. John L. Thornley was treated t
a handsome present last woek in thI (
ape of a beautifully engraved orange
valking cane. It was sent by his son,
Ernest L. Thornley, who is now the
niost popular-eonduotor between Savan- .1
nah, 6a.. and Jacksonville, Fla. IIis I
run is on the Savannah, Florida & We- F
tern railroad. I
-The people of Pendleton are taking t
a lively iutere-t in Fort Hill. Tho new
road surveyed has been almost coi1plet
,.d to the county line. We trust that i
Aic:ens county's section will be an R
Proinpl:y finished up. Pendletou and
Anderson county atre such good neigh
hors we ought !o give them a Prom'Pt
and welcome receptionj across our bor
Tie farmers are very hluAy just now.
he poplars are green and but litile corn
in the ground. Tho continued wet
wtather ha put farm work behind the
Ve have somielhimir a little sh-,
--.-...,.- na a oerni ile laig
topic for~ the last fewv days. Somae thiink1
the nlomlinations1 wer preminre111, hut
have no comlaint to miake ablouit the1
nominees. One poor fellow saiys it will
split tne party. I am glaid to find only 1
ono though, who is so wise. He seemst
to have a peculiar thinker anyway, 5o0
allowasnce miust be mnade.
The Allbance men are still getting
freight here. The Shabtown Aiance
got a car loadi of coru last week. 54o
leue'e, flour. sugar, e<Nd'., bugJgi. a, I
Wagons, ete...arz(dr(ppin)g m8 t'elon
' The Atlanta'C:outienationa estmate4 i
t by organir.ing the f rmlers of ts r
ited tates wilt save ,aout $10,000,000
isya.Let the goodi work go on.
e~ ,farmler needsR a small lilt, buit aot
t of his b)oots as is commiion.
r road working camne to grief, as]
isnde concluded they would not
the streets at thiarty one cent s a dlay.
p)aid out. The work will be done
,tract for this year. Oasuamyan.
The Duaay Line.
.ral subscriptions to the dhummy
o still b)ein;g receive~d, anid then ent
se is no longer in doubt. Thle pIhe-4
.nal growlthi of commliieren~ ill and
Pickeins, which first "iuggested the
bility of its success, noit itnly do
the road las a somurce of profait, buat
necessity. The impjoitanie oif the'
eme gro .vn withI the argumlaenat in. its
thieie aire none to oppo.wKui it,
ed miea ini Pumpikiintowna, say
iS wilil have a ~ppul:aion oaf
1,000O in twielve. imonthaa after
put ini opert'ion11.
hbiing thea iliabirond.
o wats madte last week to the
arey AlIen land b'ein coinmdatedl
is plaice on a chmlge of sta
a ar at Cetral. 'The Craeen
haf the 27th uIt., has the fol- i
ves of the Richrmnd & Dnn
aid have unearthed a big~ rail
ry at Central, simiila- in tall
the one which waf so exten
I oni he-re ovearaa yea.rs lago.
rOes were ii aseted last week,
en4ville, Georugia, ande& one at
wholesale arirests are looked
I wiagonm lomas of the stolen
fon I in the hon,0 01 tile
ad at Central. 'The urelima
iaion into the ease will bea
raal today and s4ome startling
I are eixpec(ted. (C. F. Dill,
lash been inmmaoned to dle
ath of iii.. Wh1itner.
eevda te.legra na froum .
moin,ig ann lonin*itg theai
:hiace of his sister, .\ ISS .\n
Heir (leafth resuiltedl frma
of whlaieb dmesaaso she land
somne taie. She was thme
r of Miajor B. F". Whitner.
hI take place at thie Pre
'in this city on Wedne:s
live alhway,'" said the
mnent of poetic raipture.
not either," says ,Jo"h Billings,
irreverenitly. So we say-ut then whliin
we do live. let us hold on to our health
and spirits. The surenat way to do this,
is to lay ini a supply of Dr. Bull's Cough'
Bernn. Tre i*a
Tho Air iAno kadoread Mobbertes.
The preliminary examination into th(
kir Line railroad robberies at Central oE
hursday developed a conspiraoy similal
o the one wbich was broiten up in thif
tity by detectives several years ago. Il
wan discovered that the robberies have
xen going on systematically for three
)r four months. The goods, which
were stolen in small quantities, were
nissed, but no clue to the robbers could
)e obtained. Most of the stolen good
were consigned to merchants at West
ninster and other small towns along the
in. I'Th robbf-ries became so bold thal
lbe Air Line company, employed Chiel
>f Police T. N. Haynie, of Gainesville,
leorgia, to ferret out the affair. Mr.
iaynie is a- gtue and shrewd oflicer and
ie commenced at once. Ou last Minday
n open daylight a negro nauted Carey
Olen wa found in a boz-ear oadnd
timelf with goods. He was arreste.
ollowing upon this Detective Hayuie
earched the honse et Jack James, col
red, and was rewarded by finding a reg
1lar warehouse of stolen property, in
luding dry goods, tobacco, colle, and
Al kindi of provisions. James fled, but
ras captured in Gainesville and brought
Puck for trial.
At the preliminary examination Thurs
lay T. K. Earle, of this city, represented
lie Air Line road in plaei of Col. J. L.
)rr, who was engaged in court here, and
marey Allen wan represented by 0. F.
)ill, of this city. WitnesseA testified
hat both James and Allen had been sell
ng tobacco and all kinds of geodr for
one time pa-;t to different persons at un
.u41lly clhep ites and when asked
6there their supply came from they said
hat they were agets for Atianta houses.
ames saw that the evidence was strong
gainst him aid made a confossion, claim
rig tnt Allen was Ne robber and
ranght the goodn to him to hide. Both
iie negroes were rent ip to court, and
rere lodged in the Pickens jail.
31ore of the stolen freight was disoov
red Thursday in the nionse of Dorca
lurphy, a iegro woman living at Cen
ral. it is the opinion that there aro
rhite men ongaged in the affair. War
anta have beea sworn out for a number
f other people, both white and colored.
t is thought that the supposed gang op
rates aill along te line from Central to
ttlantr, as it is not knowu that all the
oods were stolei at Central.-Greenville
iewti, 29th instant.
The president of every Democratic
lub in the county is earnestly requested
sendL me his name and postofflce ad
ress at ce. Business of importance.
J. E. BoGs, Co. Chrm'n.
Look ont for counterfeitsf See that
on1 get genuine Sa'Vation Oil Do net
At the dealer twl you soma "just as
ood," hu1 innist upon getting the gen
inn with the Bull's Ilead trademark on
Massachusetts is a great state, and
t is a pity she doesn't send a few
tatesmen to congress. lere are Mr.
lt)ar and Mr. Lodge, the one in the
ienate and the othe-r in the House,
ach with a bill to do away with fair
1ngressional elections in the South.
tTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
-1,1 j Alexaiidcr. Plaintiff,
iii, et al., Defen(ants.
uie of ai dee of foreclosure
iniade in this caise by hie
alge W. H. Wmallace, on 11th
ly 1889, I will sell to) the
hler b)efore the court house
htown of Pickens, on saile
ayt in Ai il 1893i during the legal
iours of edet, the following described
ual (state, to wiit:
All that pi'ce. parcl or traict of
ind, lyinig and being in and near
lhe coirl)>rate limits of the town of
Casley, County of Pickens. and State
fo reiad, boundeilad hvi lun<is~ of Allen
mad othetr,, co:taaiaeinag iievenaty-foulr
done haelf (74 i) sercs, imore cr l+ss.
Teruc uf ucale, '.ne.hialf cash. and(
b h bul-hine .,u a cdit of t welve
u. a.thas far,m day of salle, to b4 eqnur
iib lv 'l of purebasr bearig in
eres,t from day~ of al4e, and a mnort
tage of the premises. Purchaser to
>ay' for paper01s.
J7. M!. STEWART,
ilar. 4th. '00. Clerk of Court.
FOR .-.SALE I
A gcood formn on the Piokens side
af thei Sahla river, ten miles from
3 rc'enville, co ntaining 381 acres, of
ri bic 100 acres is fine river botto4m,
.00 aecs good caoto laand, 1i40 acret
ni forest, well timbhered, ad 30) acree~
if gOaal g,rainlg liai(d, uipon which
herie arte 7 se*t t l'eents in good re.
'air, knoa' wn as. the .\ ajar place.
Tums iaoad,- Ba suit the purchaser.
Anda 2 yoiung work mules and ont
3 milik cow and young calf.
2 oxen fat enough for beef.
Also monIieya to lend in siums and or
imeac to suit those who may wish t<
>orrow, secured b.1 real estste. Cal
mn m t may oflice ait ickensi C. H.
cnd hbe convinced that I mean what]
sayT. C. L. HlOLLINGSW OP.TH.
R. B.& tJ.L1 CARPENTER,
Mani on Houcase D)rng Store,
Near Court lIouse.
U1REENVILLE, - S. C
Whcen you come to GreenvIlle, call anm
iee u:s. Yoau will findl at our st, ri a ful
t< ek of Pure'sa wl'Fresh D)ruag, Cheii
'ac 'e t 3Meliciina. Itrushaes, (Comrbs
i*a evecrythIing ao a first cl;a' drug store
Hus anal Ferry's (Jarden S1eeds, ALl
1'llt;sl. Orcard, Blue anid Herdi
ama~ and ('loar.
& Best stock tobaccos In the city.
A.B1. & J.L1 CARPENTER,
much :ut C
deSuDriar to ail Setitutos
DRE W'so rali'.cg nd ' hca". ht,'ie .
(auke, I'lei, Ruffian, Wafies,
TAJ(.h nniy (aike, ('ra Rread,q thor$
EAT(ke, Pot 'ie,, Damplings,
n Io I Iecd Paddings and Dunke
PU whceat. M pound cans 5 teat..
'mold by Country MNceants.,,
Damp Mansfaetasm G
Bay, Y04 F11
We ask you to o
ity, style and price.
Compare them with
selfishie3s of so:ne j
hones'y aid wisdom
ing but a iummer ze,
We cl-Iin to hi
CLOTHING ever bc
We Claim to bai
in this town
We claim to hav
We claiia to hav
-Fur. Wool and Sly
We are Pelling a
A nice assortmne
We try to keep 4
The above facts
-Dummy or no dunmy! That is
the question, whether it wcould be bet
ter to iVO olut our days in these
Mountains and be ealled all kinds of
ugly names, and finally be dug
around and dropped through, or put
our "filthy lucre" together and build
a railroad to the Court House and
keep an ugly hole from. being made
in the ground? Echo seems to an
swer "iumnmy!" and a voice in
the distance seems to say, " e ies
Liberty or give us death."
Be be this as it may, this Alima
nach will still continue to open out
new goods every week, so that cus
Iomere need not go further to return
Nobody/ keeps a larger stock in a
town of this size, and nobody keeps a
stoc!k mowre suited1 to the wants of the
people. Everyth.ing can't be men
ti'ned atg once; ever ything can't be
displayed fr went of room, so when
you don't see what you wane, ask for
In 1ront mazy be seen a nice lot of
Dreee Gsoods, Treiinge and hua
Semse to ma&eb; '3 large 1o4 of Cotteon.
odJes, 2'assmerc, light Jeans and
Clothineg. No use to mentiVon6 Shoes5.
Emverybody can lbe pleased here in a
Shoe er HIat. A little further downn
a comnplete stock of JIardwlare, Ta
ble and Pocket ('utlery, (Ca-rpenters
Tools, lile,, Rasps, lnges for
doors and gatee, Plows, Single and
Douable .Stocks, Best Back Biandls in
the market. Stock Bells and Steel
Traps are now, in order and will
save time, trouble a*nd vjeation
Still further hack will be found a
room filled with Fl(AIr, Lard, Baicon,
Pico, Grits, Sugar, Coffee, Haims, So.
da, Syrup and Honey.
We always carry a large stock ol
Nails and Iron, Steel and Cas.tings,
Hollow ware, Wooden ware, and all
kinds of Housea-kor'ping OoodsI. Re
member thuis, and donif't forget the
W. T. McFA LL.
IT WiLL PAY YOU!
If you propoae going~ West
me. i represen t he Nbori
919tf D). P'. Ag't, Atlta.siu
The Original Wino.
I I%e, n the U. S. Court 1)aRAaTeJ.
- .- KZeita, Prop'rA.Q.Slm..Li,.
cred nsossrgoq Dasvea
' Asratgva Coys StoMAc., Ere.
*Chrch, Adams Tenn a-tem '
ask I should Lave been, dead but
m''.yur.*nuine"Ju^ A A
sometimes had to subsituate
I * "Eciiin's stuff" for your Medi
cine, but it don't answ.r the
Dr J R.Graes ditoi 7lh
I re5cdapisag, our Lier
Medicine, and have used halfe ofIt,
i wors lvke a charrn. I and e
tainly nmo more o Zeilin eamixtaur.
OD, BRUCE & CO'S.
L1 You ralc for To P nr t aissn
rnider the inducements we are able to offer. In qnantity qual.
,ur stock cannot be matched in this par of the country. cee and
others for your own satisfaction. Do not he governed' by the
vho seem to think they have a patetit county right for al the
there is to conduct a country store, and theii neighbora cinoth
ve the largest and handsomeat lot of MEN'S AND !OY8'
,e the prettiest line of LADIES' IRESIS GOODS..WOi,STEDS.
AMS, 8ATEENS, LAWNS, PIQUE AND MUSLINS ever seeu
e lthe lat-et shapes and styles in LADIF.s' AND MIP'SER' IIATS.
e the Chcap!t and Nobbiest lot of MIEN'S AN) BOYS' IlATS
aw--ever offered to a hare-Leaded p'ople.
tap sole brogan that wears a yei.r. I has no equal.
t of FINE SHOES for sumnier wear.
'verything the tradv d-:nids, und we -e!l on ae ibral terms as
are on exhibition six days in the week at
'OOD, BRUCE & CO'S.
C9Ppright, taaW, Fsy Peoer rrndssee, & co.
EAJRLsY G OL EN (...:LSTER WVA.!
The Early Golden Cluster begins to bear ea~rly in July and~ contimtes ttl frost.
The pods are from six to eight inches long, and are bior e in clust r> of fr,mni t,hee to
six an:d a-re unost fi ely j):odu1ced. The pods are of a be auti'ul g ldeni yelt. w color,
and the Cavorw is maost delicious. This varicty can be nmed either shlced or as a
strii.g baa. For sale by NIAA fll,N. Crunvilt' h. 0
TilE STANDARD FURNITURE FACTORY!I
No,w is the time to get your Chlrislmas presenlt. C'd em r' ar your elevn
bed-room suits. arlor an d kitchen fu rniture. I have a :pier.J iO o04 tini aafwY, ed
st eads, etc. F. Mf. Morns at. Pickens, is my agei.. Cr.ll on himr, o:- e *.t '.u hc.
tory at Field.7
WGood poplar lumber takeni in exchange for furnitu:, cig
(The Popular Corner Store.)
WihaHead the Procession !
Wihaline of Seasonable B:,rgapini whli-i ehrnnot he' dulpilleted c.ewhie:e, and Invite
ynu all to ('all and inspiet. (Gar stock'l has been carefe"y seicceed
to meet your wrnts, r.nld ea.ch and every artio
is marked at. Price which
*n Defy All Competition?I
We have a (Good Sh ek of
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
Our stock co~mprisec
FLOUR, BACON, LAlt I, CORN MEAL1, MOLASSES, SUGAR, COF.
FEE, SOD)A, P1EPP'Elt, MJPICES r.nd ALL1 OTHER ARtTI..
CLES !.N TH'E GRO~CER.Y LINE.
We also keep a very Complete Stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
StoveM, Htardware anud Tinrware.
20 We are Agents for the Standard Furniture Factory,adawaske
bomp)lete Stock on hand. D)on't fail to coine and1( see u% ',, nd calwapys keep ait
anythinig mn the merchandise line you wvant, and will mak e it t you yers to (1v
j LEWIS & MORRIS,
Attorney at aw,
PICKENS C. 9., 8,
W=ne to loan on easy terms -09
well seured paer e .ytrs i
Office In Court House, july26'88yi
WEI.A & ORR, J, B. B0000,
Greenville, 8. 0. Pickens a. 0.
W ELLS, OUR & BOGGS,
Attorneys at Law,
PICKENS 0. ff., 8. 0:
M. F. AmenE. C. L. HOLLINoSWoR=
Solleltor 8th Circuit. Plckens, S. 0.
Gmeenville, 8. 0.
ANE8 & ROLING8WORT.
Attorya nnd ounaselors
PICKENS C. If,, s. (]
Practice !n s. the courts of the State,
and t nt'.oa gven to all business entrust.
ed to ter. mrhl4-88tf
M.2ITI-) HU 3 LAW OFFICE,
dome Wo. 1 West btrect.
WEC:.C,)Mr, .PA- OR NIonUT.
N 6: NIX,
G.REIN-7 LE, S. 0.
Practice 1 -.11. t- <cwrts of North and
South ('1o,iUa. 'f en peir cent for collect
ing, witto-d e:ntiac, n: fnr raora or less.
U-ain tibm s tr10 cenis on the $
cohActe(A or J 01. O nor A Co., of
Knoz nve. #,fter ve good lawvyers had had
the ciairl wit".cu" coilecting a.lent.
Tle v4 c:ln and don't pay l, a double
thle. He ste&ls )-o.h confidence and money.
All the Intest tonturer : collectinf applied
to cne:. d-o'.or. ne :ol "too .ate." It
win c.'t nothint: to Sry us.
Hlefermn:es: C.r.'1dent 17ainlint Beattie,
of tne Greeniile Natlon..l Bank, and Pres
Icni. VH1trimuond, of the Peopie's Bank.
Groenvi le. jan16tf
112 Main S'reet, GREENVIL, 8. U.
90'Gas given every Thursdays and
Fridays, and teeth oxtracted without pain.
D R. FRANK BMITH,
Is now pe,aki-intly located at Easley,
S. C., - repcet fuily offers his profes
sienal r-rrice to the public generally.
D . J. P. CARLIE,
GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
Oflee, over WcAg.moreland Bros. & Duke's
drug storc. jan'89y1
G REENVILLE DENTAL CO.
W. M. NOt:WOOn, 1). D. S., Manager.
GREENVILLE, . C.
$5 for a set o teeth; 25 cents for ex
tract ing teeth; 25 to 50 cents for cleaning
teeth; 25 to 75 cents for silver fillings; V1
up for gold fillings. You can't get, better
work no matt.r how much you pay. Sens
itive teeth filled without pain.
121 Main Strect. mrh22'88
D ". 3. B. CAR'ENTER,
Will be found at Liberty on and after
the 24th inst. le guarantees all his worlt
to be !irst-els- feb13yl
191AN510N rHOU5E i
TiE MANSION HOUSE Yi4eJJaEN
.nwy reitdand xclenl
n wheitd. It is fit-claiss in all its apploint.
mnents, andI is one of the best hotels In the
South. Situated in the healthiest and
most deltirht [fni city in the country, It of
fers tS UPERIOR A'lTTR A CTIONS TO
VISITORs anid tourists and the cuisine
cannot, be excelled 1in any city.
A. A. GATES, Proprietor.
,This HPItN DID GENERAL PUR,~
P OSE H1O.E i.) a three-quarter blood of
the famors MZorgan atockc of horses, and
e'rossed with the noted Blackhawk. All
st)el.afrnf wihinig the services of a firsta
4inass 5.ah'.on will do well to see this
horse beaoe mk ig othier arrangements.
Ile will ma'<e the Spring &ersoa as fol.
lows: Pairsonr's Mil s, zarch 8th, Six
Mile, on alcreh 10th, Pickons C. H., on
Mazrci 12, .iud will alternato at the abovd
inaceti every int i! day. TVermns, *6 to In;
l>ue no:,ice cf' ,prmanent stands will be
given- 0. 8. STEWART.
fea2MMile Creek P. 0. 8. C.
Having recently put in new machinerf
andl otherw:ise me.d(e extensive improves
men2Its, I wish -.0 94Ay to those who are in
Shingles, Lumber, &c.
that I am noaW getting out the fin es't lot of
Shles! to be had in this section, and.
wme' 9. toyu trs to call oa
notce 2.P.KE LLEY,
icb27my15 Gates P. 0., 8. C.
THB. STATE 0OF SOUTH! CAIIOIINA,
Cotuity of Pickens.
By J. B. Newberry, E5eiuir.c, Probate
e r . J . E B o g g e - E s q - , ~rm a d e s ig
to mre, t.o trant. hirm 'tters of adminis
trtono texata andi effects of Mrs.
Thin eae., eeceased.
Tsh l ard ti' refore to cite and admorn
is l tdA.gn:ar the kindred and credi..
tors oof t)he said Mrs. Licinia Alexder de
ceased. NXat they be and appear before
mne. inu the Court of Probate, to be held at
P'.ek3ns C. HI., 8. C. on the 3d day ot
April next, after publication hereof,
at.11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
eause, if any they have, why the said Ad
niniistration shoculd not be granted.
Given undler .ny liand this the 20th day
of March, Amnno Dominl, 1890.
J. B. NEIIW BERY, J. P. P. C.
Money to JdOan.
On improved farm lands, in sums of
$'300 and u lwardls. Loans rep)ayab)le inI
small annuni paymiien ts thrIouMIh a period
of six years, thuis enabling thle borrower
to pry off his inldebtedness without ex
hauistiog his cro >i an- one year.
Apply to J.' OGS, Attorne~
oc- a 'icke