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t iring us a pair of turkeys and pa3
a SAirntEr for one year.
Or.. J. F. Williams went to Pied
tuIot last Monday on business.
- "arm to rent near Central, S. C
r to J. It. Williams at Central 9
i.'here is a demand in this county a
- 2t for mules and horses at fai
i1of. 8. 0. Sterling with commence
-- at Gap Hill on the first Mondaj
tev. A. Stephens Lesley was as
I by Conference to the King'i
Xr. Jessie Crenshaw sold his farn
! oal Cr qk last week to Mr. Arthui
ieon for 08,000.
Quite a number of farmers are leav.
tton on deposit with our merchuntt
ait a rise in the market.
-[r. Henry J. Lewis is very siol
ever. His friends think him some
but not out of danger.
fr. J. H. Jones, of Loopers, it
ill with catarrhal fever. He ha
:oufined to his bed for three weeks.
rof. Dargan will close school nexi
for one week, to give the pupilF
20e to enjoy the Christmas holi
rs. D. F. Sutherland, of Pump.
nu, ha- been quie ill with puel
for the past week. She is much
'he drop in the cotton market ha
I the pocket books to close with a
nd money is not so plentiful it
.Vtion as it was a month ago.
ok Frost came in last week in reg
-d-fashioned style. The prospect
I for the coldest winter we have
3need for a number of years.
i Mary Sanders, daughter of Mrq
s Sanders, died at her home in
ont on the 10th inst. The burial
'lace at Secona on the afternoon of
lie time for paying taxes has been
led to .'ebruary 1st, 1891. At
ts this ':ule prevails, our peopl(
ever learn to pay up before th(
ty reference to the report of r-a
transfer in another column it wil
n that the laud market has beet
tally brisk in this locality for thi
he Dacusville Factory Company
ought tlelBeatty farm in the forh
river ju.st above the shoal. The lo.
of a thriving factory town at thai
is an assured fact.
he College as Fort Hill is to gel
ore convicts, and the work will bt
d rapidly to completion. Messrs.
in & Gillespie will finish theii
r contract early neit spring.
rael Ferguson, has bought 121
of the Hendricks place north ol
Ureek, for whinh lie paid $1,400.
; oie of the most prosporous o:
ored citizens of the county.
fter the adjournment of the Con
0, the Bishop chaned the appoint
of Rev. C. 0. aIrmon and A
Talker. Mr. Walker comes t<
is and Mr. Harmon goes to An
lhe sound of the tin horn proclaimi
ic small boy and Xmas are nigh
fathers" have decided that lhe tha
ed with the festive firecracker
to hence and enjoy himself with
a corporate limitit,
d Charley, Col. Hollingsworth'
eaded bnggy horse, is nio more,
a Mondlay lie was driven near at
I on the Goodilett lot, and a mis
* ut him to the bottom, sixty feel
and broke his neck.
.st Sunday, at the residence o1
de's parenta, Mr. JTohn Singletoa
tarried to Miss Sallie Sanders
. F. Singleton ofileuiatii.g. Th<
- wishes them a prosperous an<
. W. A. McFaill. a step son of
allie J. MeFall, formerly of this
died at his home in Andersoi
on the 6th inst. He was an esti
roung man and his early denti
-eat loss to that community.
.t. JT. A. Griffin will move t<
a short time. He has rente<
and wvill come here ona accoun
.lucational advantages. A goot
ill alwvays build up a town, anm
one of the best in the country
lkens ha~s retainedl most of th
* ado this winter. Our merchant
ir goods at city prices and hav
nuch for produce as the buye
railroad. Such enterprisei
.make the towvn and countr;
Walter Griffin left last Monda,
maton, where he has aeceptet
as clerk in the store of hi:
- . Will W. Griffin. WValter i
;41y steady lad. We wish hini
- aU a kind reception among hi
.1~Deputy Esor with Deputie
* id Roe, made a raid on Cro1
lriday morning, andt cap)ture<
n~i still aind smashed eighteel
~ash. Th'le still wvas in opera
time, and Tom Alexanmde an<
auman were takein into custc
~ugene Hollingsworth ha
thIben hands with bloc:k ana
*ployed Tuesday afternoon try
"0Ol Carley'' from tho bol
3 old well on t he Goodlett 101
:is of the west end object t
caed horse on a level with th
.W. Walker, the new pastoi
a able sermon in the M eth<
last Sunday. He will prenel
1 Sunday here at 8;80 p.n
:80 p.m., as heretofore. Ma
amany old friends on thi
e wams pastor here thirty-tw,
~d also twelve years ago.
have fiiend or refativ
stant State, yen canne
better than to send thea
aL for a year. Commnuic
ristmas number. It will b
ttractive, and will be bett4
iefore, and will give mnor
-* ounty news than any otMa
circulated in the county.
make the SUNTrNErL mot
k ,han ever. Everyone wh
and Inclination, is regnest
the cash premiums, still ei
does any work under tn
will heceive a premini:
nust be thorougly eanvasa
re nt time to do this i
vs propose to pay liberall
Transhr er meaI EsUate.
Sines our last report (November 20th)
! the following transfers of reallestate have
been entered on the record:
M. W. Hunt to J. W. Thomas, 81
acres in Dacumville township, $70.
W. L. Mgan to J. R. Morgan, 199
acres in Hurricane township, $100.
B. N. James to W. H. Duncan, 40
acres in Hurricane townsoip, $230.
Bloomer Merck to M. J. Biggins, 87
aores in Hurricane township. $150.
C. A. Ferguson to S. A. A. Parsons,
118 acres near Glassy Mountain, $1100.
r A. M. Morris to E. A. Gibson, 2 acres
in Pickens township, S60.
I Larkin Hughes to J. J. Pannel, 800
acres in Hurricane township, $1200.
L. E. Price to J. D. Stansel, 2 acres
in EastRtoe township, $25.
Bloomer Merck to 1. Stewart 32 acres
in Hurricane to,wnship, $128.
W. T. Mears to Tom Hagood, I acre
lot iL Pickens, $80.
Joseph Wilson to Carrol Wilson, 80
ac'er, natural love and affection.
A. 0. Bowen to Martha Ferguson, lot
in Pic ens, $80.
D. F. Bradley to Thornley D. Harris,
108 acres in Pickena township, 81321.
F. M. Morris to 0. W. Earle, lot in
E. M. Irby to Mrs. A. M. Haynes,
farm in Liberty township, $450
Mrs. J. J. Lesley to Juo. F. Stewart,
house and lot on Main Street., $900.
Amanda Smith to Lewis J. Hopkins.
58 acres in Pickens township, $254.
R. 0. Williams to H. W. Ellenburg,
50 acres in Liberty township, $416.
A. Sheriff to T. *. Fennel, 132 acres
in Easley township 8900.
Jessie Crenshaw to H. M. Looper,
farm in Dacusville township, $872.
M. L. Roper to Mc. D. Farmer, 36
acres in Pickens township, $390.
0. W. Taylor to T. H. Gassaway, 60
acres in Central township, $315.
R. S. Smith to 0. J. Smith, 23 acres
in Central township, $68.
L. E. Gilstrap to W. H. Crane, 220
acres in Pickens township, 150.
A. H. Cureton to E. J. Robinson, 160
acres in Easley township, 81900.
J. M. Gwynn to L. Kate Carpenter,
145 teres in Dacusville township, $50.
J. A. Higgins. to S. Sullivan, lot in
D. F. Bradley to J. M. Stewart, 15
acres adjoining the corporate limits of
A. E. Cothran to J. R. Williams, 10
acres in Central township, $52.
D. F. Bradley to J. T. Lewis, 69 acres
in Pickens township, 838.
W. A. Simpson to J. Haywood 72
1 acres in Huricav-e township, $238.
A. M. Haynes to C. L. Hollingmworti,
18 acres in Liberty township, $400.
L. H. Nally to P. B. Nally, 40 acres
in Eafley township, $425.
J. W. Thomas to S. C. Dixon, 16acres
(factory site) in Dacusvillc township,
S. G. Gibbs to Elliot Williams, 150
acres in Dacusvillr township, $2012.
Samuel and M. J. Mansel to M. Oilles
pie, 136 acres in DacuBville township,
Bloomer Merck to E. P Merck, 31
acres in Hurricance township, $125.
The cotton market remains about the
same as for the last, two weeks. A con
siderable amount of it is being marketed
in this market.
Trade has been very good during the
last week. Our merchants have an in
usually large stock of Christmas goods
in stock. Our furniture man has his
storeroom crowdedl to its fullo't capacity
t and the cry is for more room.
.Mr. W. J. Smith drove forty hogs to
this place instead of tea, as you put it
last week in the Liberty notes, all of
which have been sold.
Miss Lizzie Bogge has (losed out ther
millinery business at Fountain Inn and
returieud to her old home.
The Ginnery Co., have done an unus
ually good business~ this season.
We had an entertaining lecture last
Friday night by Mr. Scott, of Clinton,
S. C., on the orpthanage, showing its
growth under adverse circumatance..
Tribute of- R espect.
At a call meeting of Pratter's A lliance,
Nc.. 380, the following resolutions were
V31iEREAs, It has pleased God in Isis
infinite wvisdom to remove from our
number on (he 23d of November, 1890,
our beloved brother, Joshua Owenby
Smith, therefore, be it
Resolved, 1st, That tthough deploring
the loss of our brother, we bowv in hum.
1 ble christian submission to the will of
an All Wise God, wvho does all things
2d. That we cherish hsis memory and
-imitate his virtues.
3d. T1hat this Alliance tender to the
bereaved wife and children our heartfelt
e sympathy, arnd commend them to Him
r who has promised to be a father to the
afatherless andi a husband to the widow.
4th. TI'hat a page in our minute book
1)e imscribed to his memory.
5th. That a c. py of these resolutions
Sbe0 sent to the family of our deceased
I brother, also to the Cotton Plant and
I Pickens SENTINEL for pub1hi~ltioni.
W. C. SEAnOuN,
J1As. E. Bosnouons,
P. C. ROBEuTSON,
Kiod words For Mir. Chaild.
1The report thati Rev. R. A. Child
wvould be0 sent by the aiunual Conference
to another field proved to be too true,
anid in conssequensce there ntas much die.
tress in his congregation. He lhad labor
edl zealously anmd niecesnsfuliy here in the
great eas,se of religion and won the love
El and highest esteem of the people of all
it dlenominiationss aend thme sincere good will
-iind resp~ect of thme none churchmen, and
-his flock felt they coul d ncot give him up.
. No maen ever lived here who was nwore.
o universally beloved, anid when he bids us
e adieu this week lhe will ieave nmot one
enemy or finnIt-finder beind; The earn
.est good wvishes of tIe whole p)opuilation
will accompany him anad heis fiamily of
mo,thierleses chiildereni to thmer newy home.
-Bock Hill Herald.
'Prof. Leonard T. Wilson, of this
pliace, and lur. Lawrence Barker, of
e Six Mile, have gone to Arkanssas. The
SProfessor has had a school offered to
as him for ten monetie ut $50 a month.
e The subscreptee,n hist of the SENTINEL
. has beens greatly icreas.ed, andt from aell
e accounts wi;d consteiue to do so, aend the
r boundaries of this city acre icreasing.
A host of the Prater', Alliance mem
'e hers p)assed through this place eroute
o for Liberty for goods they had bought
a- through the exchange.
r- The buzz of the gin ise about to cease
e for tire erop of 1890, with a larger rec
e. ord of hales than iany year previo)us.
e- Dec. '15th, '00. DIon JonDs.
y* Manted-Thiree thousand good
i- ahieghei. Address or c.dti at the Sarrr
Directory of the 1. B. Cbureh Soutt
Pickens Circuit Appointnent.
Churches. Hour of servioe
Porters Chapel,................ 11 a.=
New Hope.................. 8:80 p.ai
Pickens .......................11 n.m
Campground ...................8 p.m
Bethelehem,................. 11 a.m
!labor...................... 8 p.m
The time usednwill be standard or fas
Lime, which is thirty minutes faster thai
;un time. Services will begin promptl
it the hour named. The First Quarter
Iy Meeting will be held at Tabor Church
Friday the 80th of January. 1891, at 1:
k.M. A. W. WALKER,
'ard of Tihanks.
MR. EDITOR: Please allow us th
space to uxpres anny, many thanka t<
Ahe good people of Pickens for kind ant
ubstantial remembrances on Thanks
giving Day. Presbyterian Pastor
To Our Patronp.
The season of the year has come whei
money is in circulation, and the printc:
isks that all who are in arrears come for
ward and settle. We have been very in
lulgent to many of our patrons for ad
ertising as well as subscription. To al
vho are in arrears a year or more w<
will send statements of their account
knd hope that each and every one wil
)blige us by a prompt remittanco. Thi
)rinting of a first-class weekly papr
Itke the SENTINEL, involves a great don
Af expense, hence the necessity of re
juirimg our patrons to adhere as nearl:
s possible to a cash basis. No offens<
is meant by us in rendering accounts t<
Dur debtors, and none should be taken
Observance of business principles, a
well as nesessity, compels the promp
3ollection of all dues. Those therefor
knowing themselves indebted to the SEN
rINEn, for subscription or advertisin
would confer a favor by settling at thei
-The Minutes of the Twelve Mil
River Baptist Association are ready fo
distribution, and those entitled to ther
can get them by calling at the SENTINE
Make Yor B;ed Eai%y.
We challenge the world to produce
spring equal to Buell's Patent Adjusabi
Bed r3prings, for cheapness, cleanlinee
nnd durability they cannot be surpassed
The above spring is manufactured at th
Masonic Hall, this place, by A. L. Pac
& Son. They have established a flom
ishing business. He has sold bisspring
as fast as lie could make them to man
of the most prominent people of th
county. He warrants his springs to giv
satisfaction or money refunde(
Come while you have the oppol
tunity and got a set and lie as
and save the expense of extra mattres an
feather beds- We have tried the spring
and know them to b- as represented.
-Last Saturday was a busy day wit
the Treasurer's clerk. Many persoi
caine in to pay tax, as usual at the ele
-Lost,...a fine shoto af the JTerst
stock, sady color, about three montli
old. Went towanrd B3. Holder's. A i
oral rewaurd will be paid for informatio
J. C. JENNI Nos.
Do not consult anybody, but muve
twent.-tve centsq in a bottle of Salvatic
Oil. It kills pain!
When we reflect that so many hnmn
beings die of Consumption w*e must con
to the conclusion that everybody shoul
be providecd with Dr. Boil's Congh Sy
up, the poor consumptive's friend.
WF OR THlE 13LOOD,
wenkness,* Malaria, Indigestion and
aIllionene,ss, In ke
NiNOWN's IRON BITTERS.
It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers in
meiine. Get the genuine.
"Those who are quite satisfied, sit sti
and do nothing."' But what should the
(do if annoyed by catarrhf WVhy, u
Old Saul's Catarrh Cure.
Many of our young married pe'op
don't know what a bless3ing Dr. Bull
Baby Syrup is until the youngster:
able to "yell" by thle hour.
Needin' a tonic, or children that want butldin
ui >.,dhould take
IBROWN'M ItION HITTERS.
It Ia pleasntm to take, urres Malarias. Indigeo
tiont. and HilHousness. All dealers keep it.
-Twenty one acres of land in tI1
town of Earsley for sale. A good tenat
honuse on it. $500 cash.
tf Ju,xus E. Boocs.
By in numerarble cu.tres, Dri. Bull
Cough Syrupl has one for itself a moe
I 've beeni suffering for the past thr<
weeks with a strained wrist. I tried Sa
valion Oil. and1( find myself, after harviin
usRed one0 bottle, entirely cured. Chai
Keyser,199 Mulbe rry St., Baltimore, M<
T1he Auditor or his deputy will 1
at the folloiwing places to receive r
turn of propel ty for fiscal year 189
At Pickens C. H., from JTan. 1
1891 to Saturdav Jarnurav 17th 189
At Cten tral, Monday ad 'ITuesda
January' 19th1 and 211th 1891
At Liberty, WVednesday and Thtur
day, January 21st and 22nd.
At Easley, Friday~ nnd Saturda
January 23d and 24th 1891.
At Cross Plains, Mond(ay Januta
A t Dacueville, Tuesday 27th.
A t Fosters' Store, WVednesday 28t0
At Pumapkintown. Thursday ,2901
At Holly Springs, Friday 'th.
At Ea~startoe, Sat.urdayv 31st 1891
Hurrienne, Monday Febuaary 2a
Six inile Turesday, Febuaryv 3d.
and b)alantce of time art Paeuscin C. .1
lo and including Febu 'ary '20th a
n lhieh time thet Ibook n ill clu so
A peanarlty o.f tift a e ci-, wa1 lI
iu,ide.i for B n.'ur w~ il.i req iwa l4
wtill p leasei mauett ino at their r" spaecti
p)recinicts lon day3s melt atione..
J. B. (CLYD)E,
td County' Auditoir.
JOS. B. FIIEEMuAN,
ATrTORINEY AT LAW,
PI(CKENS C. L, 8.
All busIness wIll receive proammpt altte
tion. Offlee upI staIr in Freeman bull1
ln., iMaln stee. .n.citr
Striped and Pla
stads; Pretty Outing
Linseys, Jeans and ]
New Lot Silk R
A few ladies' W
The Best Coffee
Fine Patent Fko
Fancy Candies for t1
Still in the Cott
r Did you read o1
the money now. Tb
and we Must insist t
3. a C3 GO0
D I ,cexr3j.ber.
I;M c F A LL' S
Fire Works, Fruits,
Nuts and other
KRISTMAS .-. TRIX! -
- This Almanac wishes all a "Merry
Kristinuas aind Happy New Year."
SW. T. McFA LL.
I. M.WYE RTZ,
MAlRBLE WORKS Ii
MON UM z'NTh, TOM 'i' TNEM, Coil.
NEl H'TONES, ETG ,
IM:ade' on short notice. 8atisfaction Guar- 'I
anlte((d, and prTiceP aS low as the lowest. C
D~. Ith< qiuality of the work as all times being X
-I amn agent for the h e irhon and wire
Ii-fehes n t n aliket. five m a val
)D, BRUCE & CO'S,
id Dress Flannels; Doublo Width Cashmorsnd Wlor.
Cloths; Fancy Ginghams; lHeavv, All Wool, 'IInls,
ibbons, all shades.
ilking Jackets, Nice Garments, to be closed out at cost,
we have ever had . 4 pounds to the dollar.
lir, Sugurs, Oranges, Lemons, Cocoaiuts, Iaisins aId
on Market, and wanting all the Corn we ei get.
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
ir notice last week about what you owe us? We need
ere is no prosect of cotton going up aiy time S011
hat you sell and settlo at once.
I., 13. & CO.
CLOVER AND GRASS:
Lawn and Pasture,
(Ar'ecravi~Ie, f. C.
IESTANDARD FURNIURE FACTORY
(Call on mue for your 4'efleat hedl-roomEI1 i s, i rb> :.1o ktiis Ii Ia
splendiid lot oIf till saufs, bed-st(e:tls, etc . 1 am11 l'4)w lI:7 ii I
enC Ilive." one4 of the best. hives m:ile. 1'. .\I. ('.\4i :1 ['1 P . .1
>thi furniture andu bee hives. (all en himi. or no Iat m I li ft-i~
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Greenvile and Columbia DiviMion.
11dellsed ScIld(le Augst 31st, 1890
Tyai us runl I )11 75tI didlI tiIICme.
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