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PU NS SENTINEL.
-Miss SIe Ambler ls visiting friends
-3fr. J. McD. Bruce has put a telephone
rm his dwelling to his store.
-Born on the 16th inst., to Mr. and Mrs
John F. Freeman, a daughter.
-Little Bill Howard was acquitted of
mtardee in Greenville last week.
--Ur. W. R. Kay is making some valua
ble Imptovements on his (tweiling.
-Miss Ida Mauldin and Miss Artie Smith
am on a visit to Mrs. A. M. Morris.
-The delegites to the March Convon
Ion left here last Wednesday for Columbia.
-Trea%urer Youngblood has issued one
kundred and ninety-threo executions for
-Miss Sallie and Joseph Norton Jr., of
Walhalla, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Me
-From all over the State comes the cry
give us a better man than Uovernor Till
man for governor.
-Mr. Evans Kelley, of Greenville,
county, paid Mr. It. A. Bowen's family a
Visit last Saturday.
--Miss Maggie Garrison and Miss Flor
ence Hewer, of Greenville visited Mrs, 1f.
U. Grady this week.
-Mrs. Mac. Cantrell, who lives near Pin
dor, P.-O. is very sick. Ve hope to hear
of her recovery soon.
-The young mien of this town have or
ganized a minstrel troupe and will soon be
ready to give perforiaices,
--We wonder who Vill saV that the fruit
Is not all killed. It would be welcone
news to hear somebody say so.
-Wipe and grease yout guns boys, and.
lay them up till next fall. The time for
ihootlug birds is out next Friday.
-Daniel Hollingswortli, died at the
home of his son I. P. llollingsworth, in
Chick Springs township, Greenville coi
ty last week.
-Married at. the residence of the bride's
parents on the 16tb inst.. Miss Lizzie llab
and Mr. Sulliv.A Chidiress, Rev. J. M.
-Informa"n now comes to this olice
which amply ,stitles t.he whipping of the
tramp recently at Lilerty. There are two
sides to every question.
-Miss Alice Looper, duhl.ilter of .Ioseph'
Looper, died Saturd-vN hist of pneumoni
Beveral (Ahers of Mr. Looper's family are
quite sick with the s-tine lisecise.
-Nenily all of our readers know that hist
week we'had soie severe weathler. That
It rained.and froze anid was real cold, so
we w ot say anythin about it.
A. G. St apel is at % -rk on the
court lhcuse ieing aarthis this week.
Several Of the olliees have been floored al
the ceilitig of tIhe court room is r.earlY co-il
pleted, \Tle Corn1icilg will be Ip and tli
window saSh placed in about two weeks.
-T ad dog ich was killed inl town
last Ft~ -eame1 Mr. Josephli HabWs,
who 1i near Glassy AMt'.'; early th'it
rnorning and141 bit oine 'ff Iill, bos. r1)1.
Earle was C-lel inl aD> Of thz the wond.
The bite was on the 10etaiy o' not a se
Tere onl -. y.; i zati
--Mar-iied, onl Tlhi :.nn g Maireb
8d, 1892, Ut the M< 1 odist 'irtestant Par
sonage of iarru_h Station, by Itev. C.
Mc. Smif Mr. James L-awr-1nce Wilson
the case agaiinsc George Ari:0, colored, who
was conmvictedl of urder ii the lIt.4 term of
court here and1( senten)cedl to be hang,-d on
the 15th of A pril niext. Mr. Carey went to
Greenville Iast Saturday and1( served on So
licitor Ansel his notice of acpp)eal.
-A cotton buyer informs us that the
price is still decreasing. The prices now
range from 5% to 6 cents for whit e cotton.
The estimate now is about ine nmillion
bales for thae last erop. Thle prob'ablity is
that cotton will go downt to live cents'un
less this crop is v.:ry short. The(re is two
million bales more than the world needsn.
-There was considerale excitement in
town last Friday caused by the cry of
"ntwd dog "' It was first seen near I Tagood
and lIarris' mill on T1owni Creek, but got
away from those who wvere following it'be
fcre ft got to town. it emne11 oin into towvn
and snapped at a little coloredl boy on Mtr.
J. K. Kirksey's lot thlen the cry bieciam
louderand men and boys withI giuns, pistol1s,
focks and sticks got after it and son ki hilled
It. Walter (Griflin killed it at llev. B. 0.
Mr. F"rank JBarnes, no donht is the
youngest typo in the State. Frank is eh-v
en years old, and has been wvorking at the
Emsiness for about a year. I [e commenced
his trade at Camdlen in the Chronicle oflice.
Frank is a ib lit., as well as a handsome
boy, and will yet imake his mark in thie
World. Ife now hias a case in the Detmo
erat ofllee. -G(Ireetnvillec D)emocrat.
You are away off, Mr. Decmocrat. The
SENTJYNRL has a typo in .Joe E. KCinch, jr.,
who.is-entitled to thle persimmons. Hie is
- - *.4g4t yearn oljt and set.s ty pe ight. along
wIin "'full-fedgers" withbout. any questions
or bad ''breaks." He connenced setting
type when six years of age, and when not
at school hasq worked at the busineuss sinice.
Hie can set a column of solid brevier ainy
day In the week, and lie enn do it very cor
rectly. Mr. D)emocrat you will certainly
have to come off your pereh. If we mis
take not our neighbor, the E~as:ey Demo.
crat, can also call you down.
J.Thn P. IUoggM.
John left .ibmerty fifteen years ago to
seek his fortime in the west. Hie was at).
sent nitne yeats, then re:-urned, and was
fromi '87 to '80 on thbe At lantije ocean, as a
sailor. .The lirst of 18$9: lhe returned to
Pickenaf'om Ilaltimore, and1( was a most
efficient helper In the editorial depar tmtent
of the Sentin~el. lie hiad a kindh. go od heart.
He had a restless spirit thbat bht lied :mgahist
its cage 'till the frame work fell. Withal.
he loved his filiends. Hie forgave all, and
all was forgiven.
"No farther seek lbis merits to dlieI se,
Or draw lis frailtics fromi their dlreadl
There they alike ini trembling hop)e re
The blossomi of their father aind their
"Come to my arms," lie said. Cant says
she, "P've rhieum-at is." "Get Salvation
Oil. . She wvet-inmmedliately anid bought a
bottle. 25 Cents.
Many a home has been robbed of sun
shine andI happiness bty the loss of somec
dear chtild whien D)r Bull's Cough Syrup
would have saved it.
Chicago has a training school for lire.
Th Arizona Kicker.
Explanatory.-In a late Issue of thc
Kicker we spoke about Tom Jones of the
Bald Eagle 8aloon, diluting his whiske
until one gallon made five. Such Items of
ten creep i during the hurry of going to
press. Mr. Jones has calle(d at our ofice
and satisfied u1s that he follows the rule laid
down by all others, and that one gallon 1q
made to produce only three. We cheer
fully make the correction.
Not Ouir Man.-The boyR over In Clinch
Valley tent us word the other day that they
had hung our agricultural editor and want
ed to know whatshould be done with the
body. We replied that our agricultural
mail wits at. that m11om1eut sitting ill tle
saituim writing a column article entitled,
"Will the Coming Cow Make Use of the
Catu I for PO idOr?" Tate boys lwI
made a inistake. We are not (ite certaii
who their Victim waVM, but we Suspect that
he was a naturalist from Chicago who
wrote u1s about four weeks ago that he waM
heading-r Isll. way
The Clinch Valley boys have been down
on us ever siice our winning mul1e cleancd
them out of $751,000 cash oi a Mile 11111,
a,nd they n,o dolubt thought they had a rich
joke on us when they run down the tell
derfoot. Ouir agricultural editor doesn't
know iny too much, but lie never strays
oitside the towl.
Take Noot ice.-Whereas, all ilivilial
known as Bill Poole 11:1 -41ul fit to sPIrcald
the report. thait I am an escaid pri!o4ier
from tihe Kansas penitentiary, til, is to nlo
tify him that if he does not lilielv retract
the same inl tihe next issue of tile Kicker, I
shall shlitot him wherever I may find him.
I 1iin a I elefully miindt(I mani, blt I feel
that I must proteit miy chlarcter, which is
all I have a.s working capita!.
They M11u.t G.--Whien the Mayor of this
town (wln> is (IrseIlf) returned to his olice
after lumeh,ni the other day, lie found
Grizz!y Bill in posnession. (. Bill had
been bll'ing to some of the hoys that lie
propoI ti ln the lavor's oflice thereaf
ter. We co urteouely invit(d him to vaeate,
but lie I-ollply refused. anld cnlled us a
one-hors- Mayor of a one-horse tonll.
The doettirs predicted yesterday that lIe
would Oil. as the still went down, but lie is
.tKil! living as we go to press, and mav pos
sihly imll thromigh. If lie dies we shall
follow .)iir usual course and burry him inl
outr private Lirravyard ind foot all expens
Cs. If le lives, we .-hall advise him to get
out of im)Vn 1ais sool as he canl walk.
The biys die hard, but they must go. As
Mayor we l:tve a certaini dignity to in
ain, and shall maintaii it at any cost.
Our oflici:l oflice is neither a a poker room
ior saloon. As ed.tor of the Kicker Griz
.ly lIill anid the rest of the gaig Cln face
lioiislv p:ke us, ill the ribs aind siish our
liat over, eye<4, butt its Mayor we shall per
Ilit no uiad'le fitil P'iarity.
N I- a.Allanou a ziet y
We are willing to admit the depravity of
Everi te:pat:ttin is an opportunity of
get tio 1:r r to G4(1.
A great inimiy pe(ple pray mio it for the
Lhings they do not reed.
Th-ere isn god enough in the world to
make a di ventetl ill ill rich.
The aily to iever have any cloudy weth
r is to ll:ve tle Si i 1side of you.
T ies ar- ri- n t-ira:i's inll -1.rliii whnro
ior.- Ilt-t i-i the only iat served.
As so-m aS a iebt, is i ilt rIacted it b," inls
L grow arger by the illtere.t taken ill it.
The iiemn who sits his eye t i a li.t, sin
wVill oon bu walkilig arm-Ill in arm wi.h at
U ou think more than ) on talk,
perhls it w cu'td be jiu it as well nut to talk
nIid take the conlci it cut of
lie remhains wVould defy idenfl
stari ts out to reform hlimself
sken a job th-at will keep:
I any whiler., andi you will
iy highly re.,pectablhe pe(o
'is no Itig that it tiakes
mind I:lt, about, hi msl-f as5 tI
.e is sti-Igy.
Thet min wvhi goes airound loo hing foi
spots n ti i -r peopl1e nIeve-r li kes toi hook in
the- giu' 1( to ce bow lie looks himlself.
Ie said: "iy lo I am sorr 51y to <li8iap
po inlt you~i aboutit the p)ien'i i, bunt liy t rotter
has a himei fooit."- That's nothaing! Wc' ve
gat lenity of Salv-ationii Oil.
Thf '' traIit Free Pre- ~ Fienid lhas bieei
puninl;g on1 Dri. ll's~ (2ough Syrupj lIi
is oly Vgnat itudll: for all thinkiug InenIl knlow
its meiits. --(i:xeh.)
Ani old Iphy11i'1(an,1 iretiredI from:i piractict
Iindi:i mliSiiimuy the formuila i)f a1 simpijh
vetale'h I! r:nyfo' thie sp)eedy andi per
mminlt ('2re5 of Coiinumption, lironichait is
A\'ie'tions; als~o a poisitive uad radli(al emrt
for1 Nr-v-o uis Deb-iityi an aLillih Neiviouls (om1
p'all ints, aflter hanvmg tected its wi. di-ifu
(1urative powersI in thious mids of calsl's hil
ft-lt it his luty to mke it knocwni to his suif
iein g feIlimvi. I Aei-ate by this moi1 tvem11
thlis recipe, in Germlan, Fr-ench or Eng.lish
ing. Stt byi ml buy hII(re'ssingr w-it.
stamn, l:eiiiu'' tis paiper. WV. A. Noyes,
W. Power'siltck, Rochestr, EN. Y
lBy iorder'i of the State Demiocraft ic IE.ve
cultiye ('onuittee'. All Decmocraltie (1lub)
in Picken's count11y arle lhereby ordlerd to
iitndh,airb. ini Apriil niext the 9thI day
ut. . ini., fori thei purpose of reor)lganiizing1
lhe clubiim' l e111(lect ing delegates to ( nmnty
Coinlventi<m whichi is to meet at Pi-kenis,
C. II 111 tn ir.4t M omlay thl,i til ot M[ay lI(xtI
t'oc rrai' the pamrty in the coiinty to
elect a new ounty '( ectiv ue Coimit tter
and(1Ii t'oct "ix dleates11 to) tO" Stale Con.
suich ot hetr buti~iiess s ina byb r tic l- 1('li.
dIer the ('onstitiutioni.
clubml inim t counlty coniivention hll b111le omi
delegate f or every- t wenty.mve membeihiir:
amid one deleg ate for eatcth miajoity fractioi
thereof. (Onily such D)emnocrati Ic lubl a5
we'ire inii' eist'lee on t,he ~ tiuf Au 21. r5
shall be recignizi-ed. Pr-esidtlits nf lon'a
cl ubs take dueI' 0 noie aml a ct aiccorintliigly
A VA LUAB~LE Pil ENT'.
A Vea '. Sma mer'ipmtihon toi a Popumlalr Ag.
'aielt-u ira Il' Pap'ie Eie F?ree to
By. a utpeci:al ar rangenment with the puh
li-lhers, ne ar' i' preplamed to .fuirtishi Fl" '
to eachi of our readers, a year's subtscrip
Lion toI the pioplaltr mionthly agr-icultuira
journ mal , Ithe Americall larmiier, pulihshie<
at Spin igfiehl andl htV leveld Ii,hio.
Th1is tilTer is mande to amny oif our subhscri
liers whlo will pay up all)I aritreraes on stub
scription and one year iiinadvamle', andit t<
amiy ne(w sulbscibers who wvill pay onfe yea:
in advance. The Amoericami Parm~er emnjoy:
a largte lhtionaIlC circulaition, pag ni ; itj
among the leadinug aricult ural pt t>ers. Bt
t hIs arraineunt iI COST.9 yOI I NOT
INGl to ree -ive the Ammerician Fariicmr fo
one year. It will be to your adlvantage t<
mi'Pon ptly. Sa.tmple copies cani be sce
MR. EDITOR: Will you. allow ne spa
Il your paper to return Jimtks to the kii
peoplo of Pickens for their apprreciatt
to inc and my family by giving momlle lu
Ishiment dur?,ig my affliction. May Got
blessling rest on all of them. I am getti
some better, but very Slow. I hope to r
turn to my mission work just as soon
the weather will permit if I contilnlue
improve inl health. I ask all the prayii
people that read this to pray for me.
blarch 17th, *92. E. M. MiKSi4,C.
BOYS AND GIRLS
fave Voct Meel
That beautiful Illagazine for Souther
Boys and Girls. It is the haitiiilsome
YoUllg 1Peo)l's Mirazine ill Anerica.
has becomie It Welcoie visitor to thousmi
of Soithern Ilomw,. No iins or expen.s
i- Spared to ma1,1ke it attractive. Each nun
her contains a vohmie of very ilterestin,
revalinlg for young folks. Short al coIl
timieil stories, out-d'oor sports, new amune
aul in Ict evervthi'hi t. interest boys ani
ig rIs. Twent y-eiht pr A amli Cover enc
lpale liandsoniwhy illu2trated. It is "''ll
Qecen of the Soumb,'i "IlThe Pet of ever
I lline Circle." an io 1 iny or girl can a:
ford to lie wilhout it.
I,o See it is to wNIllit it. 1111 to have it fo
six montlis or year is a c'nt iil enjo)
ment, for all the fanily. \Ye want ever
boy and girl who has not seen this charnm
ing Ilagazinle to Sen<l Is seve:1 one-cer
stamips at oice for a samp!e copy- or, be
ter still, if you wi'l sendi ui me dolltir w
will send you Siulthini Siuhwams for onl
year anil make you a prewot. (if "Cooper
Lthcarstocking 'T'ah-s." Five great wor
in one large vohimle. free of all cist.
Address SOU'IlAl\tN SUNIl'AMS,
Box 363, Atlanta. Ga.
WHY IS THE
W. L.""dWn tA
SS1"OE CaNTTEN EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MO.E'i
It Is a seamless Moo, -with no t:te:-t er wax threa
to hurt. tho foei; aio of thwe iiest fine calf, st vii
and eaiy, anil bcct .no m<ake more Oes ol thl
prodelcii thnyu omh im a 1rre, It equaIs Ian
t"wed rhovr oast ina fron td to *5.i'0.
S00(ekni im' l1and-sevitd, tlifillnerten
-6 Moho vver cfTored fo r .6'i; 6tua!s yreno
importeI shoes which cost froni St to $12.40.
4 00 Hind-Sewed WeIt Shoe, fin1o cal
* stylish, enmfortalilo anl lurale. 'Ihe b
shoe ever offered at, this price ; saino grado as ca
tom-nioldt shr Cost luag from Ci. to Si.
S3'36 1,n P lee saoes Pariers ItiallroaId Me
a and Letter Carriers all wear It hem; flu cal
seamnloss. sinooth insie tienvy threa avles, exte
sion edge. One pair will wear a year.
So O fino engtf; n beiter sho ever ofrered
elme this prie-; ono triat wi!l convince thog
who want a shoo for comfort anl service.
$2 5 nncd $'3.99 Worldimitn's sh(m
a aro very strong anil durable. Thoso w
have glven thieim a trial wIll wenr no other niako.
OP 9.( 0 and 8~1 .753 icho.l shoei
woru by ihe boysev-rywhere; theysti
oa their merits, as the intreaslig rales show.
143. 00 1annd..ewved Oe, he!
l ortcdsh eoose 14oItuf,,ni . x4i. to u1nisF.
neiloes' 2.50), t'J.00) and St.75 shoo f
Misses ar-e the twcsr.-ine ihmugotm. Styl l.ih and curaht
Onntion.-ed that W. L.. iln a rm ai
price are stampied exn ihe buttomi of each 0l:00.
3W"TA1F. NO) SUftTITU'T.E
Insist on locli ad1vertis"td deale-rs su pyin youd
W. L. DOU(ULAtS, Blrochton, MaIss.EdI
Fi. B3 MOIRA N,
We Divide the Pits!
Perhaips youit think tha.t's a 1i!bt oif ix
ltixc imagx~it ionyi It i.sn't . 'Theci arist
rxzht as far as he xguos, btii he dlcet z't
pixIe far teni(igh1. When yotu ilsx'ilt a lxhh
iiut inth oter andii we~vi miie; no tt <:ibli
out prolits ini the michil:t. On th cod 01ral1
our~ dhivisonx i.; over wheingltii~ y ini favor <i
thlis unusl prloicigu '.l'h timec.for r
durinl g our enormouls itoik I f Winut
Clotinlg tias colme aind bi i imhiiemen
paxve th li:wayvLi to . big c reution. I!cre at
some1 pices wvhieb- will shiow voiu t hat ti
iia:tter of profits is noit bhrinlg us8
6:M1 Suits no4w $25.
15 " " 12.
O)v-ecats a axi ver grIVLts saicri tce.
(Ca1 lulcn Ite the goodsIx 'imdu hiear il
Oircenville. S . C
I' cineil ha<
- cirop ital t.mty ci.v
twso lartge -dr-awers, with ni ct i rise aid I
chir;e sold fro $0 tO o eC 0 t Onii
Thbc ii'h Arm Maichine b;. a sell -tting mlx
cdic anai setlf-thrca< iing shit.:te A i.d iny
htomei bief.re p>ay ment ist,aI. l ,0y direct
the Manufac:turera andh save a;oent pr'fits I
sidecs goti .1 cer.ificate:s (of5 unrrantee for f
years. Send fotcr n;ac.hine uit me cof ai tui
man as rcference and we wll siup one at ona
2.09q S. llt St., li:. ()t i piP.
-.i.W P5AY -i' P E I (It T.'G
> Consult your intecst and Cill on
E. KrNCH, at Pickr., if you wa
t.he ave manhine.
Your Note or Acc
W. M. HAGOOD & CO., Easl
Have you even been to see them ? Do you
them? Thie New Year is here and some of you w
grown handsome off of our substance have nev
"Thankee" to us. How do you expect to keep u.
you do bectter than this? If you can't pay, have th
and see us and make some kind of settlement.
man to go to see you.
These remarks are not meant for all of our cu
science vill tell you if it is meant for you. To th
their best and proved themselves true friend
our thanks. We will do business at the same old
pared as well as ever to offer in(Lucements for the
gOd people. \e will appreciate your trade for at
best effrt will b- made to serve you properly.
WT. M. HAGOOI) & CO., FEask
PLENTY OF MATERIAL
The Greenville Fertilizer Company
Aro provided and have on hand, already manufactured and being made,
Of our Fortilizer., to supply every agent and customer up to the last
(1hty of thle Season.
rr Prompt shipment- ald SAI 1FA CTION GUAtANT1TED.
I o i ouor order Without deb1y.
THE CREENVILLE FERTILIZER COMPANY,
Greenvile, S. C. 0. P. MILLS, President.
1., I E I
MANSION HOUSE DRUG STORE.
Just Received. We Have No Old Seed.
IS NE\iG( H 110 p NsW~onT'iI. i'\HE &
- ~ATTO'e1~l;Ys AT' LAW,
~ j vn2m PICKE~NS, S. C
- T C. JEFFBIJEs,
- ATTOnNEY AT' LAW,
- - No. 79 Lawv ieage,
~**4* 'a,.-. ver('y be'rfrne. Tleph41one No. 791
31. F. A nsgi., (C. L. 1Ilo- untoswunt
FOR ilt.SA ~I' p \ \NSEL & It(LLINOSWOl'rTI,
Neilther ione was4 wV rCh a i kel ir AITTotN EYM A NI) (COUNSEL(lt~s
IS paying exhobitt, piro ie by lyi irct P't'li lNS C. IT., 5. ('
, It lio ave but on iii a, t i :t the -
i knw. tlut ti3rtli(- o :i' : Ii ' 'i m ni: ret
are not bu ilt tthat way'. h' nu I u r lat est E l M S
sp4cCiail offer.. 12.2 3:ain St reet. G(i EN VIT F, R. C
r ... - -( .n L~ iEv-ery liTurs<lav a :d F'rid:ay
1y I-n lot t mOils are no w locat cd is
-i~3 ~"* Y.' W. levehind s new buibuling over th
Solicits youri a1:tr(ona-.?. Wiili pay yIou Savings' li:ank anud 'eiltong's ib,k Sto'r'.
3 .per ce ((t. n it rest 41n de i s - .1. WV. iN0 ~ol\VO , I). 1). S.
lieriodts (if t hr -< n11(ouths,.a : per et . W . 31. Nonwoonm, I). I). S., A ssistat.
for periodis oif six Iiout I. interrst lto (IiTEF VyI1.,i;, S. C
e date of depoSsits. I .J. P.CAt,LE
1)cetsits ar paybl jiini Ir dem:wind with- -
uit not ice. DENT'IST,
W. M. ITA0001).I' Preie.
1I. F. L EN ii A iIl)Tf, V. P resident. Ofilcc over WIestmnorelmi''' Bros. & Du)ke'
W.~ (. SMIT[l, (ihi r. Driug Stre.
7THE ATLANTIC 00AST LINE RNIJ R --.
PASSENGER 1DtA'Al'T.iLEN'I .
EASLEY:, S. C.
W i0 i gli tn, N. ( ., 'I 'b. 7thI, t' Is now~ pi.rmanietly Ilocat ed ait Easlec
Faisi IAtne let wecen iGhrlstmn mal Co aini repeti . dliy oI'ers his professiona.
Wecstern Noth I iaroluga .
___ eow: x i se. T__ j) . U(II'll. F IIUESEY
(oin,g eVst. GuihI I Eat. I fis pieramanently locatii IId in iikenu an
'N"-. .i-'N.3. N ' d lirs his pirofei na serv,tiit Vces to thei cili
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