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PIoKEN8 OI,'s. C.
3 0. BOGG , Efdtor and Proprieto:
FiorSubscrlption, . 1.50 per anni
strictly in advance; for six Imoths, 75
AdverLisements inserted" at one doll
per squaroof one inch orless for the fir
hisertion and fifty cents for each subsi
qunt laisortion. Lielvral discount mad
to mnrchatits and others ad vertising R
six )mdaLuihs or by the year.
OIitta.ry Notices exceeding five line
Tilbutes of ti;pect, Comtmunicatio
of r. personal character, when adlisso
ble will be charted for as advortis=miA"
THU RSD T. 24,I
TW ,NTY EAR s.
'h e S r i .:I r. h a I c o m p lete d its tw e E
10eth volume, and thlis Iss, mkst
first on the twenty..frst. There are nr
twenty volumies of the record of any count:
in the State more interesting thanl that cor
talied in the 1ilcS of the SENTINix,. A
tie goes by ily become more interesi
ing aild valuable.
In this twenty years the SPN-riN. hri
faithfully rcorded the rise and fall (
many men and measIr-s, but withal hi
pursued the even tenor of its way. It I
been blessed with a constituency as tru
its stel. If it ha:s not actually (1
served the syinpathby and support of thI
conlstituency it has r l-ived large credit f(
its good intentions. It has tried in itsturi
to be fitiihiul to this constituetIcy, and tIh
effort has Ima.de it a few elenics, but it
a soURIc of much congrat ulat ion that it i
this week a larger and better paying list
suiscribew.-rs tian it has ever had.
JI the di.tseharge of its duty as an indl
pei(-ni> De mociatic newspaper it has o
fem!ed afew, btit reconciled many.
It* *-;ws mI mny political questions al
known mn rea-I of ill men, and its rei
r,ons inive ver been honestly and coi
sc ieiowy atv-signed.
it n-ver has and never will wait to sc
which w;y the cat is going to jump befo
it' tahd-s its stand, consequently it hI
often -een in the minority, and expect
frcgnentiL to be there again.
It Las aways itkeni a cheerful view c
tIe prost< ct for Pickens county, and ft
this it han ofteni been asured of haviml
greatly promoted the general welfare. It
opinions in thris regard have been based u
on facts which defy siccts8fll coitiidit
tioi. The progress of the county is pr<
chiimed adiid re-echoed from hill to hill an
sweep over every plain.
Solomon says it is the sluggard wh
ERith there is a lion in the way, but th
Si-rim. knows some who are up t
6heir eyes in success who would have t:
people think that they hardly have one ra
Wlhate'ver others may do the SrNTINY
will continue to, hurrah fo. tariff reforn
for tl railroad, for. the Democratic par
and for P'ickens county.
x-Conressmn Scott, of Elie, Pe'
sylvai:ia, mid one of the main Demnocral
leaders in thII Ist campaign, died last Bu
-*day fr-omi heart failure. This has been
had year oni ptomnilnnt men.
D)on't tr-y to impedle the progress of ye
S3tate andi county by put,ting out repo
that you are not prosperous. The ptib
wvork going on shows that the State
pi(.spercus and( thle prosper-ity of the pc
pie is just as pe-rce-ptile..
iT. Allen .Johnstone, one of the Clenst
truistee, soa thant if the gc.vernmecnt wou
buy from fort3 to lift3- thouisnd bale's
ctLt(on eh yeari and burn it, the farm,
would be able to get a better price for tJ
staplie. This is a new idea. How do yti
Col. Sam~ B. Pic-kens, formerly of. Pec
dleton, (If late years a resident of: Charle
toin, dlied at, his hionme in that city last Thu
day after a shiort illness. Cot. Pickens wi
w~ell and favorably known to many of ou
citizens, and they will learn of his dleal
with sor-row. 111 death is.a loss to- t
'rhe accomiplished and1( charming y'omi
lady wvho edits the local colunms of tl
AhhIeville M-ion, giv'es this~ advice to he
fair readers: When asked to malirry, feib
sur-pri e, hishi, if poissible. Doin't atppe;
too delighted. It will give you away. T<
him 'Moheri nmust not knowv of this; at
really papla wilt be- very angry.''
'Te Presidetit,~it is saId, wililon10 pr
vidle for- sonme more of his hIdiana friend~
Attorney--Gener-ial Miller is to get the Fe
el-il (ircuit hi-eh and Judge Brown is
be Attornuey-Genermal, Gen. Lew Wallace
also saidi to be stled for the war depal
mient. Theli Lloosiei-s seem to be wvorkim
their little. man for all he is worth.
The statistic's of thme matnufaceture of cc
toni in the South duriing the 3-ear 1890f-9
shows that South Carolina is the foremc
Southet-n State in the consumption of c<
tonwithi Geor-giat second and Nothm Car
lina third. OIther Industies are~ beginnit
o-l he developed heie and it will noti
many years before we will be lending
thiese as we are in the imnufacture<
Oklahoman Mo. iiIl be opsened for st
flement today (Wednesday 23d) by ro
lamnation of t.hc PreSidlent. Thirty thou
and personis have been waiting on the be
der for lie past ten days for the timie toa
rive for the opening. Free land is mo
attractive to a Western boome r than a fri
lhmch counter to a Baltimore buimmt
Two thousand negroes ar-o on hand, a'
have guns and Istols. They say they wi
have a claim or- a fight.
The AlIliance farmere of Kansas~have
taken the advice that was given themi
repudiate their mo'-tgago indebtedness, lt
are paying. -It up as fast as they get
money for their crops. The statistics'a
cently collected on the subject are encom
aging to all holders of farm mortgages, al
pleasing to everylbody who believes In tJ
honesty and honor of the farmers of tj
eountry. It is a sound poliey that il
Kansas farmers are pursuing in thisr
spect, and it.will redound to their adva
tar~( p.t onea and hereafter.
8wx~tz ~.50 per year.\
C The above engraving shows the main f
building of the Farmers' College now be- 8
is ing erected at Fort 11111. When It Is comn
ir pleted it will be one of the finst buildings c
1, of the kind i the South. The site chosenfor 1
is the building is just north of the old Cal- t
is houn residence, which gives a magnificent
is view of the mountains and the surround
>f ing country. The splendid farm of eight I
hundred acres which belongs to the college
lies in plain view. The size and plan of
r- the bulding is as follows: Front 1410 feet; f
depth, 120 feet. On the first floor will be 8
e an assembly room 3.1x60 feet; treasurer's f
- oflice 26x33 feet; four society rooms 36x28
feet; liall 18 fect widte. The Chapel will
be on the north side 50x 118 feet with a t
e seating capacity of 800 persons. In front
e of the Chapel will be a tiled vestibule 24x
S 50 feet. Second floor: Library room 86x ,
s 67 feet and 8 inches; seven society roons
28x3(; feet with hall full length of build
f Ing 18 feet wide. Third floor: Auditori.
r urn 68x1 feet; Y. .M. C. A. hall 80x86
9 feet; two society halls 80x41 feet. The
8 height from the ground to the cornie
will be fifty-five feet, and one hundred and
fifty feet to the top of the clock tower.
The clock in the tower will have three dials
d facing cast, north and south. The build
ing has a basemenrit story of nine feet
0 where the apparatus for heating the rooms
c by steam will be placed, which will also
0 afford room foi, a large supply of fuel for
C the furnace. The foundation of the build.
Y ing up to flrst;floor is of gray granite quar
ried io the college property. From the
,L first 1l1 ill) the structure will be of press
1, ed brick, hard burned. One million one
Ly hundred and eighty-two thousand of brick
will be required to complete the wall. The
door and window sills wil be of dressed
n granite. Fifty masons are now at work
. laying brick on this building, who, with
the corps of assistants, give it the appear
ni- an1ce oif a bee hive ini midlsummer. The
a phiastering and finishing inside will be done
by contract, and from base to dome will be
fiished iln the mlost mlodlern style. Pipes
will ho laid for a complete water system
ur and all the rooms lighted l)y electricity.
ris The corner stonie of the college was laid
eabout two months since, (July 28th) and
.C tile trustees hope to have the finishiug
1s touches put on la time for the opening of
o- the first terim in February next.
As to the cost of the structure, that will
not be known uIntil the work has been
(lone, as where work is done by daly labors.
nl The cost genernlly runs widle of the estl
Id mlate of the architects. Most of tihe work
oon this building is done by free labor i. e.
rr roh many convicts are used for all the
ruhheavy work, such as handling lum
ie bcr, carrying mortar, brick and stone.
The dormitory or mess hall is located aI
short dlistaince inl the rear or west of tIle
main1a bulildinlg. It will be by far the lar -
5- est building of the kind in the State. rt
r- is designed to acconmodate the six hundred
astudlents who Will be at Clemson for ten
m5nouths (If the year. It is locatedl On the
r bro0w of the hill overlookIng the river and
h rich bottom .lands belonging to the inlstu-I
eC lion. Thjs building is to be of brick three
stories high, and has a ' f ront of 235 feet.
with a *depth of forty-six feet with two
wings rumniing back one hundred and forty
Sfour feet, with a width of forty-.flye feet
eC also three stories high. Tile wings make
r* the building enclose three sides of a square
or court yalrd im which will be placed the
launldry and1( kitchen. At the rear of each
Swing an1 ampllle fire escape is built which
11will afftord the occupiants rapJidl (gress in
d( case of fire or othier alarmn. Thle rooms for
the situdents are 14} xl7 feet, lighted and
venltilated by two windows and1( transoml
doors. A spacious hall1 runs tile enltire
-length of the building. Tile (lining hall is
s-on ;,he lower floor ill the cenlter of the
d- nmain building. The room is one hunlnred
to and1( twenty-six feet long by forty feet wide.
Is It widl seat the sIx hunltdrrd studenlts with
so me sic to spre. O~n the gond floor
ig for thle storage of soldierly equipments to
be used mI Iraiminig tile boys in military
tactics. Broad stairs will ioad from the
-t upp)er storie.ato thle dining hall. In this
structure will be one hundred and( fifty-rix
't roomis, three hundred and eighty-eight
it- tr-ansomis. It will have two hutndred and
. sevenlty-foulr squaresC of till roofing to cover
it. This will be put onl by conltractors.
Th rle wor-k is being p?ushled as rap)idly as
Xe possible with about fifty hands at work.
In Mr. Sharp the superintendent, says 110 will
yf hlave it readiy for the boys before the timel
set for the opening of the school, if he
(1oes have it completed in that time he will
tdo well, as whlen thle roo)f Is on the build
- inlg wvill not be much more than half done,
e- and there is yet several hlundred brick to
s. lay before It will be ready for the rafters.
r-The pointitng andi plastering will *also be
*done by a contractor.
re Ths OKINO DEP'ARTMRNT
T is hportant department will be Io
~Ocatedl In tile court yard fortmed by thle
r- wings of thle mess hall that runls back 144
id feet. In thIs building will be placed thle .I
Ill000 cooking and heating aparaus re. I
cently purchased by tIle management. Thle
builing will be 40x60 feet with a base- I
meat story of nine feet for a boiler room. I
Oti will be placed In tIle center of the court t
to yard and wvill be connected with the dining
ut 11a 1 by a covered passage wamy nIne feet I
he wide. Thle heat to warm the buildIng and
tile hoit water for all uses will be supplied
|by the kitchen boiler. As In the main I
r- buikhing, electric lights will be pla!ced in C
d1( all these departments
e The work of excavating for thIs buildiug g
Sis under way, and the brick laying wIll be
Lcommenced In a short time and will be
lie rushed as fast as possible, as it will be Im
e- pssible to open thle school until the cook- t
n. ing machilnery is in runnnodr All t
work on1 the main building, mee. ball and I
cookery. The ground Is covered with ma-c
terial for their construction. The three or I
jULTURAL COLLEGE, F4
jur acres of ground on which this work
oing on. Is today the bu<iest spot in the
,ate. The nmnber of free laborers aver
ges about two hundred and thirty, most
f whom are at work on these buildings.
'he wages paid these men run from sevep
y-tive cents to four dollars per day. The
reckly pay roll runs up to about $3,000,
r $500 per day. These expenses"will, of
ourse, soon count up to a large sui, but
t is not to be expected that to erect such
ingnificent buildings as those at Cleison
romise to be, that it can be (oce at a
nmall cost. The work and material is all
rst-class and the structures will be sub
tantial and well adapted for the purposes
r the which they are intended. It Is safe
say that this will be the finest and most
opular college in the South when com
leted. The applications for entrance is
iis , school has already run the list of
ames above eight hundred, two hhndred
iore than can be accommodated. Orange.
urg and Barnwell counties head the list
1th the largest number of applicants.
to doubt the roll will go beyond the pres
nt number befor tho examinations begins.
The Laboratory is completed and is now
ccupied by Secretary of Agriculture, J.
1. Smith, and Col. lardin, State Chemist,
vith two aisistants, Mssc... Sims and Shi
er. These gentlement nie now hard at
vork and have just issued the first bulletin
if the Clemson Agricultural College and
ixper;mental Station of South Carolina.
t contains a complete analysis of the
lifferent brands of tertilizers used in this
;tate for the years 1890-91 the analysis are
!omplete and very satisfactory to the de
>artment. Only a very few of the sani
)Ies fell short of the company's guarantee,
and those that were short only fell below
Space forbids an extendid article this is
iue and later on we will give a report of
he management of the fa in and the pro.
fress of the many other improvements, the
tock and the accommodations being put
ip for cattle and horses, also the various
llcers, their duties and salaries. As this
a the people's work, the public should
unow each man does to earn the money
Avhich he is securing and just what the
)robable cost of the whole establishment
wVill lhe when completed. -
We give below the rules that will gov.
ern the institution.
Students are not to be adlmittedl under
Iteen years of age, except where two
tirothiers apply, one being over fifteen, the
>ther not under fourteen.
Thorough profieiency in arithmetic, ge
>graphy, history of the United States and
fair knowledge of granmnar are reqiured
or admissioned into the college classes,
mt on account of the condition of the
mlic schools thte faculty are requnired to
stalblishl preparatory classes for pupils not
uflicicntly advanced bunt of' required age.
Students will be required to bring with
hemn two sheets, two blankets or comforts,
ix towels and oneC pillow.
All students will be required to work two
ours each week day, unless excused for
ckness or other necessary cause, and
omplensat-on to be allowed not to exced
Ight cents per hour.
Students who perform extra labor, not
rccessarily educational, shrall receive com-.
iensation according to faithfulness and
nuality of work not to exceedi nine cents
A fee for medical attendlance or hospital
ee, shsal 1be charged each studenut upon0 ad..
nlission), not to exceed ive dollars, and( no0
.xtra charge shall be made in any case of
Expenses for boardl shall he actual cost
>f provisions and service, not to exceed
!!7.0i0 per month; washing fifty cents per
nointh. Books and stat ionary at actual
All students shall he required to board
n the institution, exceplt those who live
mith their parenlts near enough to attenid
rom their homes. The government shall
ie military, and each ttuden t shall1 be re..
1mred to purchase a prescribed uniform
>f cadet gray, to cost niot more than e m
da fatigue suit not to cost more than $8,
mid such work clothes as he may (desire.
Eachi student shall deposit upon admis.
nion the sumi of $24, for said suits.
The first Thursday In February shall 1)e
he beginning of the collegiate year, which
~hall terminate on thle four th Thursday in
Th'le Board decidled that with the work,
'ecreation and diversity of em ployment,
he students could well stand ten mnonths,
wvith thme six dlays of re'gular (lit is, better
han nine months and five d1ays Inmder a
liffereat system, andl it wvould eniable the
Joys to get a better ad1vance in four years.
'hIe cost to a poor boy stums up:
11or board ten months..- ........ 70 00
P~or medlical atteomion.--... ...... ...5 00
P"or washing-.--. .-.-............5 00
P'or unIforms or clothing..... ... 24 00
Total-..--..--..-.... .... . ..$104 00
Whbich he may reduce by his labor. To
his for hoys of nmeans must be added a
ultion fee of $40.00.
The college shall have two regular de.
arttmentsa: the A gricult ural D)epartment
mnd the rTechnologicail or Mechanical D)e
The general purpolse of the Board Is to
equire the same course of study for both
agricultural and Mechanical D)epar'tments
n English, Mathemeties, History and Po..
Itical Eonomy and Physics. The course
nill begIn to dliverge in Chemistry after
he flist year's course- Agricultural Chem-.
atry willI be requnired only of students in
ho Agricultural Departmenit, as will also
liology, Botany, etc., with Hlorticulture.
n the shops drawing and farm mechanics
nill be requIred to a dogree for students of
othi departments, but wIll be greatly en
srgesd for MechanIcal or Technological stu
cats, who will be required to take a'i ex
nanive course in Mechanical and Civil En.
Blood dIseases are terrible on account of
heir loathsome nature, and the fact that
bey wreek the ecnstitmtion s. completel
nlsese the propr anidosi is applied..
1- 3. (Botane Blood Bahm)' Is Gomnbs
f the true true antidote tot blood p4.on.
ta usenav tans t I at.iW.e.oti.
WrA C.LY ~A
)RT HILL, S. C.
Corner Stone Laying.
The corner stone of the new court house
will be laid on Saturday next, the 26th
Inst., at 12 in., by the Most Worshipful
Grand Master, L. T. Izar, of Orangeburg
or his deputy. The notice is short, but
the brethren thought the iatteV Was to.
important to be overlooked. The Grand
Benior Warden, Maj. S. P. Ddndy, has
been invited to deliver an address.
Steps have also been taken to -have a
band of music.
Messrs. Julitis E. Boggs, W,. T. MFall
and A. M. Morris 'have been, chosen.as a
committee of arrangements. Uvery mew
ber of Keowee Lodge has been appointed a
committee of entertainment j%nd we trust
the visiting brethren will enjoy the hospi
tality characteristic of our pedple.
\V. B. Allgood has been chosen cbief
marshal with power to oppoint as many
aids as may seem to him necessary.
All the county officers, meralmrs of the
House and Senate, and meiubers'of all the
town councils in the county arW cordially
invited to attend and partiolpato in the ex
Written invitations have.lzen lnt to all
the neighboring lodqes, as t db to those
in contiguous counties. t
By resoluti(n of Keowee Lodge the
merchants art reqpested tp close tiir
stores from 11:30 a. m.1d . m. A
gene.tal good time is anticlped. (I
Camp lWeeting UdIM
Rules for the government of Twelve
Mile Camp Meeting to begiu.Qgtober let,
Rule 1--No boarding hotige diAll be run
within the incorporate limith'of tbe arbor,
without a written license froi .the board
2-No sales will be allowet of nierchan
disc, provisions (raw or Or'epared), fruits,
vegetables or confectloni'ies,- without -a
written license from the board of trustees.
3-Any person found in the possession
of any intoxicating liquors, or.in a state of
intoxication, will be arrested at once and
dealt with according to law.
4-Ary person or persons' engaged in
disorderly conduct or using pridfane or in
decent lawnage will be arrested, and dealt
Iwith ac' 4idinig to law.
5-Any person found smoking within
fifty yards of the arbor during service, will
be arrested and dealt wiL according to
6 -The hitching of horses oz- stogping ef
vehicles in the line of tents is strictly pro
A. WV. WAa.i*,.P. O.'
Notice Gf' Intentionito Claim
Not.ie is hereby given that Mrs. Diana
Janmes has tthis.day filed' a pietItion in
myls (ofice uindier Sect ion 2002 of the Glen-.
(ral Statutes of this State for a homneated a
for herself in the real and personal estate
of her deceased husband, Geore WV.
Dated September 22, 1890t
sept4w4 J. M.STEWIARIT- C. C. P.
The County Treaant af Pickens
will open his book -fal* deleeion of. v
taxes fiscal year 1891, in his office at
Pickens court house on Thursday, h
the 15th day of Octoldav.914 when
the followin~g taxes will be collected :n
State, 4% mills.
Ordinary county, .1raill~
IRailroad1, 4 milils.
School, 2 mills. s:a
Making a total of 1 a ill. All
per1sonis betweenl the aces.of 21 andn
50 years of age are liable for Poll.
I will be at tho following plaoes on
the (lays named below :
At Central oni Mondaya and Tues
day, 9th and 10th of Noviber.
At Libea ty Wednesday and Thug
dlay, 11thb and 12th-of Novemnber-.
At Easley, Fr'iday and Sat.r day,
13th and 14th of Novembbr. '
At Crs Plains Mondify, 16th of
Dacusville Tuesday, 1'1th of No- a
vemnber. a i
Foster's Store Wedncsday, 18th
A t Pumpkintown ~uriay; ,9th
At Lynch's Store Fridary, 20th of
At Eastatoc Satur<ay, 21a6" of
At IIlurricane MIondtuy, 23rd of
A t Six Mile Tuesday,'24th of No
Prators Wednesday, 25th of No.
Balance of time it) my offace at
Pickenh court house -to December
15th, 1891. All taxes shi11 be 'paid
in the following kinda at funds snd
Gold and silver co1i,' U. S. cur
rency, National Uaiik notese and
coupons, which. shall. become pa'y
able during the year- 1891; ons the
consolidated -bonds 'of. 'this State
known as Brown consolidated bida,4
and the bonds of the State. known as
Blue Bonds, and or1 Wpy dither State
bonds which may bo' sa - byan
act of the General1 4Ap gmbly, the.
coupons of which aa by, such acts
made receivable-for - taxes1 Jury oer.
tificates and per dI6in -of State wit,
nesses are receivable for cdtotvt g
It pays every farmer to
'asten. Sloan's rug Stero
eed. Tb Bes of Iveryt]
ille, S. C.
AND FARMING I
ARRIAGES of all
rAD CARTS in'
E MERSON & FIS]
YOU WILL SAVE
GRm EEN VII
. W . SIRRINE, Superinte
Whata the matter with the Sunny
The puzzle solved at last.
All must admit that there has been,
5 now,. and always will bo
Sugar in the Gourd.
But how to get it out, is the ques
ion, and here is the solution. n
"The wvay to get it out,
Is to toll the gourd about."
That's it, and it takes a working
~aa io auli the gourd and in 'view of
bat fact and the approach of old
as opened1 a house full of heavy- '
reight goods and has added a great
lany-new articles never kept before.
The. progressive age demandI(s this
nd we are bourLd to keep up with,the
Neither Rings nor Cliques, High
'ariff nor Lotw Tariff, the ins nor the
uta, Ben Tilman nor anti-Tillman,
or e'veu the good sub treasury man,
in make this Almaunack believe that]
barvation will ever blink his eye at a
~orking Man. Work is what it
~kes, and in order to get our share
ill try to be there in time to "scotch"
r the man who rolls the gourd.
Don't forget our Boots, Shoes and
ubbers, Oilcloths, Table Damiasks,
id Doilies. Roll the Gourd an<d
sk for what you want.
M. T. McFALL. T
and get IV
WrQ.te or o.ur New
THE LEFFEL WATER WHEE
Barracks, Mess Hall, Supi
Of TIACIIIR. Ope.Se
us farmer Is happy,
is cattle he feeds
ith foi age he grows
,om. Sloans' Grams
have a Clever patch and
a is the .place to Buy the
diag at SLOANS', Green.
a and Phetons,
EN Styles, C
the above at
SE f. C0.,y
NANTED AT ONCE!
13 Yokes of Steers;
45 Milk Cows;
3 Young Mules;
1 Good Hlorse;
Ld want to pay for them
n PIANQS, ORGANS and
At the WREENVILLE
Llexander Bros. &' Co.
Next dloor to the express office.
anufacturers. Wholesale and Retail
nid Saddlery Hardware.
lequarters for goo in eutr l ide. n
Orders by mnil will have special atton
OWER & G00DLETT.;
102~ Main Street,
GREENVyLLE, 8. C.
se LESS WATER
rlIustrated Oatalogu, for asa1.
LE8MECO.,EGN !?A"E 42
* at eeseIT ARY INSTITUTE,c
tfu Is PLN Ne Bing,Inlten
rinelident. ures eitc.n FUnLan S I
AlrTORNEY AT LAWj
No. 79 Law luange,
Practices in all the courts. Can Ie
ery best referepces. Telephone No. 79
1. 0. Bowen. J. B. Freeman,
B OWEN & FREEMAN,
ATTORIINY8 AT LAW,
ip2yl PICKENS, S. ,
WIRUs & 010 J.-E. B0me
;reenville, 8. P. Pickene, M. a
W ILLS, ORB & BOOCS,
ATrORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS C. H., 0. (1,
. F. ANsir., C. L. I1o'.LINosWORTK
olicitor 8th Circuit, Pickens, S. C,
Greenville, S. C.
NSEL & 1OLLINGSWORT11,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOIRF
PICKENS C. H., 8. C,
Practice In all the courts of the State,
,nd attention given to all business entrus
ed to them. mh14 .88tf
ILL & WELDON,
22 Main Street. GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
Gas given every Thursday and Friday,
6nd teeth extracted without pain. 1
OTICE OF REMOVAL
My Dental Rooms are now located in
V. C. Cleveland's new building over the
;avings' Bank and Felton's Book Store.
J. W. NORWOOD, D. D. 8.
f. M. NoxwooD, D. D. S.. Assistant.
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
DR. J. P. CARLISLE,
filce over Westmoreland Bros. & Duke's
anl'89 GREENVILLE, 8. C.
D R. FRANK 8MITH,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is now permanently located at Easley.,
md respectfully offers his professional
iervices to the public generally. 2jan90
Over Westmoreland Bros'. Drug Store.
k1l work done by the instantaneous pro
,ess. Also make enlargements from old
)ictures to any size in water colors, eray
m, India ink, oil and plain photograph.
GItEENVILLE, 8. C.,
Has becn newly refitted ad excellently
urnished. It is first-class in its appoint.
nents, and is one of the best hotels in the
south. Situated in the healthiest and
nost del'ghtful locality in the country it
)ffers superior attractions to visitors. Its
usine cannat be excelled in any city.
. J. LEIV8. JULIUS E. BOGGS.
Land .'.Agency !
If you want to buy or sell land, read
The Pickens Land Age'acy now has for
ale the followinst deuireble lands.
086 acres fh Eastatge township. good
enant house, 15 aeres in cultivation. balig
meec fiuc tirny,er and grass; $t,500 on long
287 acres in Central township, 15 aeres
ni cultivation, 40 acres flne pasture. bal
uce in besf of timbe~r; 3 miles of rail
oadl station, i mile of church and( school
nil be sold cheap and on easy t erms.
Lot No. 18, in the town of Pickene,
ontaining i of an acre fronting on Maim
treet, east of .Dr. J. F. Williams'.
A good bargain-l109 acres in Dacuvt
ownship, 40 acres in cultivation; splendid
imnber; imile of church and school; de
irable neighborhood. Price *900; easy
100 acres 4 miles west of Pickens om
lValhalla road; level land; will make
plendid farm; timber is fine. Must be
250 acres on Litt.le Eastato., 40 acres Ia
ultivation, 10 aca bottom, 11 acres ht
ood pasture, good log, ouse, 50 acres Ane
age grass, not fences, stable for foar
LOrses. This place is well watered and a
'argain at $500.
A desirable lot on Main street, Pickens,.
'ontaining i acre, goodl stables and well
f good water on premises. One of the
nost valuable lots in town; price $300.
A farm of 288 acres 4 miles west of
~ickens; 80 acres cleared, balance in good,
imber; well watered by creek aml
p)rings; near Concord church and school
Louse; desirable neighborhood. Price $1,.
100 acres 2} miles from Pickens, 40
eres in, cultivation, 12 acres best bottom
and. .will not wash or overflow, 80 acres:
ne pine timber. Price $00, one thirdt
ash, balance on long time. This is a
123 ai.res northwest of Symmes' mill;
0 acres in cultivation, 25 acres in bottomn
and on Fifteen Mile Creek. In a high
tate of cultivation; good buildings; fine
vater and a good orchard. Terms, 8 per
ent.; time, 8 years.
A splendid farm of 100 acres, 2t miles
orth of Pickens on gradedl road; three
nood tenant houses. 60 acres in high state
f cultivation, 80 acrcs best Twelve Mile
ottom; does not overflow; fine pasture of
0 acres, good fence, good well of water
ni two g odl springs. Will sell on easy
erms. Price *1,80)0.
180 acres near Central with 75 acres int
,high state of cultivation. Good dwell.
g andl necessary out buildings.
Twenty-one acres of land in the tows
f Eawley for sale. A good tenant house
in it. $550 cash.
209 acres on Bilg Crow Creek ; 75 acree
n cultivation; 25 acres best bottom land;
8 acres of it without a ditch: the bottom
and not subject to overflow; half n ile of
nill and g.in, one mile of school and
haurch. Price, $2,000; terms easy.
1751 acres near Pump)kintownh in original
orest; 100 acres lies well and timber Aite,
Also 400 acres unima roved tract
0 acres bottom uinimproved; 8510 acres of
ract in original timber. Price, *450.
85 acres 2 miles botjthwest of Qros.
'lains on waters of George's creek;g4
ottoni land, one-half In original fore,
ine timnber; about 85 acres cleared and ,
high state of cultivation; Joo4 Water and
ecessary buildings; terma easy.
41 acres just. north of town, joins the
aporat l imbts,al in 9uivatlpn, ~ ce
te. This is a oo bargain for a persom
antirog a small farm near toW'. prig
700, halt cash,balance in one y r.
For any narticulars 'writ. ta f=ceg