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-Mr. G.E. Payne harented ioom6 froi
s. Ann Griffn.
-The heaviest ra% of the seaAon fte
e last Friday night.
-The rains of last wetik were very gei
1 through the county.
-.WMr. Thomas M. Clyde was confined I
room several days last wcek.
-The Pickens merchants have be(
it quite busy since the recent rains.
-Come to Pickens coUnty where thei
to polities,and precious few want offici
-Court of Genetl Sessions and Con
IV n Pleas eonventd in Abbeville last Moi
-Messrs. W. D. aid T. S. Glenn *:
t soon to go on a pleasure trip to Tei
-Mr. F. M. Morris has his saw mill I
od working order now and is ready I
-McFall's Almanack will have anothi
page of new and useful hints afti
-Mrs. R. S. Brown, of Easley, wi
mg her Pickens friends Tuesday an
-Misses Aurie Hollingsworth and He
te Mauldin are visiting Mrs. Rt. I
ith, of Easley.
-When the first whistle of the rallroa
ine blows in Pickens, you will het
e big guns fired.
Zadie Cox and Henry Durant wet
i this place last Saturday on the excu
to Talulah Falls.
The many friends of Mrs. Laura Bi
will regret to learn that she has bee
! unwell for several weeks.
The Pickens Minstrels are preparin
nother entertainment, to be given f
. Several new faces will appear.
H. B. Hendricks attended the Reput
National convention at Minneapoli
week. He was not a delegate however
fee M. Robinson, in company wit]
tephews, Bailey and Christie Robin
went on a mountain fishing tour thi
ir. Page, of Landrum, representin
Hutual Life Istsurance Company, o
ucky. is In town in the intcrest o
irs. Theodore Smith, of Brush3
K, and Mrs. A. M. Folger, of Easle
t a few days with their sister, Mrs. J
owbery, last wek.
Mr. G. E. Payn'e, of Greenville, mos
ver to our little but thriving tow
Friday. le will soon have a ful
c of goods in the Lesley store room.
If you want to ke, p cool get Jo
ch to use his clippers on your heai
k a glass of B. Lewis' fine soda watc
get in the passage of the old comi
Mr. D. W. McDonald who lives o
Cureton's place just north of Picken
a fine field of cotton. He put on ou
: last week several stalks having f rot
-n to ten leaves.
-Dr. J. J. Morgan of Dacuaville, we
'ickcns last Friday. He was accompe
I by hic mother who remained over o
sit. He gives an encouraging report c
many fine farms about Dacusville.
-Quite a severe stormn, passed, up Ili
t few days with handsomec i>oquets set
by one of his old sweethearts. (.
irse the foreman will punch this itei
t of the copy of the paper that goes I
e editor's homie.
-Mr. J. B. Clyde has greatly improvc
s recent purchase, the Hutchins place
e has made many tepairs and touche
ings up tastefully with the [paint brusl
Is an elegant little country home. TI:
rm is under the management of Mi
aomas M. Clyde and Is in fi no fix.
-There has been a rush for p)laces on or
bacription list recently, but still ther
room for hundreds niore; ThIs paperi
tting ini news and putting on styli
>ok at the niew nonp)ariel. But it is bi
Smeans liable to forg.i its poor kin, c
Srich kin elthet as to that miatter.
-0. C. Page, the popular and elceier
;eut of the Mutual Life Insunne Con
my of Kentucky, has just returned f rot
tri pto his home at Land(l-um, Spartar
urg county, having traveled in a buggo
arough the country. lie says there
ot a grassy crop between here and ther<
- -Mr. Thomas Welborn has a fine flel
lupland corn. Cottom must be ver
auch humiliated, as the old1 standiby hi
isplaced it in so many of the fertile field
f the county. But it is still sneaking I1
>inrket, lI[ke so any hounds left in tU
base and crawling in long after the kil
--In another place It is stated tbttt t1l
keachers istitute will be at Piekents. Cont
aissioner Bright says it is just that way
he teachers cAn get board cheaper het
han anywhere else in the county: PicI
:ne will do the entertaining well and at
nost reasonable rate. We know the diret
or and his asistants will be glad to spen
i fortnight here.
. -Last Saturday about four miYes beo
Casley, a shooting took place baetwee
fohan McCracken and WV. H. Hlamtiltoi
('he difficulty is said to htave grown out<
in old feud. IHaifton idiot at McCrael
in wIth a pistol and McCracken return<
he fire with a shot-gun. Bomei of tI1
hot struck Hamuiltont in tho leg, but di
tot do any serious (damage.
-Our good friend AEnd former- felIo.
sitizen, Wmt. Ferguson writes from Kansn
hat they have had plenty of rain so Ial
('le old settlers tell hinm that lhe has a goa
arospect of getting from 25 to 80 bushd
f wheat per acre.- He has~ 200 acresi
rheat. lHe says there Is too miuch wini
tore for him. He is delighted with Ih
eighbors, Bays ho never has seen kinde
r better people.
-Wmn. Kelley, chlored, on N. TI. Ma
n's place, near Symmes' mill, tried1
*Ill Wi. Foster,-also cloloted oni the nit i
-The Easlef Oil Mill is In good sha p
ta meeting of the stockholde.rs Iast 1fr
sy, Maj.- Bradley. Ellas D)ay arnd Col y~
Pickens declined re-election as (lire,
rs. Dr.- Rt F. Smith, J-. E. Robinse
zd A. \V. Folger wet'e elected to fill tI
*canCles. ,The other dlirecetors were r
ected. D'r. Smith was e'lected Pres
n..t, and WV. M. liagood te-electedl seer
* ry ande treasurer. A di videnid of Ih
s'er etna was declredral.nnd ordrr.,1 pai.
Iie health of fe0. B. Holder hat
ie health of Mrs. E. J. Hunter, of
euWUton is improving slowly.
U -Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lewis visited
friends In Pendleton last Sabbath.
1 -Mr. James Raines has put a substantial
plank fence around his lot on Garvin street.
-Loafers were shut out of the new court
house last Sabbath. It is now near enough
complete to be locked when the workmen
--Pursuant to the will, the property of
" the late A. C. McMaban was appraised
last Monday. His widow Is left with a
-Mrs. J. NeD Bruce and Mrs. W. M.
Had attended the marriage of Mr. C.
.C. Tiy and Miss Mamie Evans, at Spar
tanburg last Thursday.
c. -On last Babbath David Butler, color
- ed, was married to Martha Wee'ks, color
ed, at the residence of the officiating offi.
cer, B. D. Garvin. trial justice.
0 Mr. Rex Dalton and others from the Mile
Creek section report that their lands were
terribly washed last Friday. Nearly all the
r streams were out of their banks.
-The excursion to Talulah Falls last
Saturday was a complete success. AI
S though the weather looked threatening
d there was a good crowd on board.
-Last Monday was sale day. The sher
iff sold a sawmill, engineaud fixtures. He
also sold about 1,300 acres mountain land
to Col. J. E. flagood for 15 cents per acre.
d -The Twelve Mile muddied up the corn
r crop very much last Saturday. It was out
nearly all over the bottoms. Mr. L. D.
It Stephens says it was not as high though, as
t was four years ago.
-Mr. D. H. Hopkins, has made the edi
tor of the SnNTINEL as fine and as nice a
pair of shoes as can be purchased any
where. They are made of the best kanga
roo and fit like a lady's kid glove.
--Uncle Ephrian Gilstrap has lived on
Little Eastatee forty years. He says it was
four feet higher last Saturday than it has
- been since he has been there. Much dam
s age was done to the growing crops.
-Mr. Sam Hinton was painfully but not
i seriously hurt one day last week by a kick
- ing mule. The hind leg of the animal
s struck Mr. Hinton twice in the back and
made an ugly place on one of his ears.
-Mr. F. M. Morris has a fine field of
wheat just west of town, and Mr. J. S.
f Mur )hree also has a good crop of wheat on
his field on the Easley road. Mr. W. A.
Mauldin of Easley will have to harvest his
-Maj. G. M. Lynch was in Pickens last
Tuesday. He says the Oolenoy last Satur.
day reached the high water mark of seven
teen years ago. Much daimage was done to
the growing corn and the farmers there
abouts were busy Monday trying to redeem
their corn from the nud.
e -There was a small sized freshet inl
some parts of the county last Friday, es
t pecially in the Crow Creek section. The
streams overleaped their baiks in about
30 ininutes after the rain comimenced. At
i John Thomas Porters the wind did c(insid
s erable damage, unroofing his crib, blow
r Ing down fruit trees and fencing.
-Mr. W. R. Kay has made many and
very desirable improvements on his lot near
s the Methodist church. In addition to a
neat garden, he has enclosed his yard with
n a beautiful picket fence. If he will have
I Sloan Bros. to send him some of their
paint so shine it up, he will be ready for
e the advent of the steam engine.
. the pastor of the
eaichetd ia most prac
bath. his text was
a made to the dlici
to ask Him "if he
."Ie (lid not app)eal
mission to what
at he said himself, but
to did. "Go and tell
g and lie will know
the practical and coin
.ieh to judg~e the lhfe
.. - .a. ..- w,e can certify to char
ac ter f rom profesion, hut our characters are
u determined andl fixed b)y what we do. We
e profess to be christians. Do our works
prove oar profession? Bome profess a sec
ond blessing-the higher, better life--I
d don't knoiw about it. "Christian" is as big
.a word as I can use. If a mans works
dI prove that lhe has a second blessing, he hats
a. it. There weie 88 men elected as dlelegates
e to the county convention; 86 came. T'wo
c. were sick. These arc not all methodists.
I like to see men take an interest in polities
rand I like to see methodists ini the confer
rence. Thiere were not more than 50J per
Ccent of the delegates at our last quarterly
conference. What we do proves what we
are, If we have more interest in politics
than we do in christianity, wve will attend
to p)olitics better than we do our christiabi
ty." And with nmany other such exhorta
t t ions of a practical nature he urged his
-hearers to prove themselves by their works.
- From Gates.
y ,Copious rains have fallen in this sec
.A man ''running snipe" on Big Crow
dCreek the o,ther day, !onsaideredl himself
Joinah and1 swallowed a minnow andit
sthought it was a whale.
Th'le infant of Samuel S. Knight, near
Central, died yesterday and1( is to be bur
i ed todaiy (Monday) at, Enoin.
iRev. Tj. F. Nelson pireaced( at Golden
Creck yest erdlay.
Me.ssrs. John and( ., d'iuis O'D)ell were at,
e Gates last Sabbath. The former is one (of
i- the fine op,erators in the emloy o,f the Ri.
f & D). in Georgia, the hitter is an excellet
e Operator and the eillcient dlepot agent it
a TIhe little children still have the malady
r(cenitly menItione(d in this corres'pon
d deuce. It is difflcult for those atfiieted
with it to get enaoughl sleep, aind they are
Sgreatly annoyed with a cough.
T,fhe; farmers generally are about up
Nornaal Sinigiig Selaool at Cross Roads
(IProf. A. J. Shiowalter will teach a Nor..
Cmal School in singing at Cross Roadls, be..
dginning the 22d (lay of August, and ending
on the lst day of Septembjer 189)2.
S Terms of tuition fe the ten days ad
s vanced Harmony class, $2 each; Elemeinta
.ry Harmony class, .$I.75 each; adults not
dI with liarmony class, $1.50; childreni lie.
ts tween 12 and( 15 years of age, $1.25 each;
n children undi(er 12 years, $1.
dl Only the best miethods will bie used.
s Bloard (canl be procured at *$2.50 per week.
,r For any further particulars, address, J1. M.
Looper,, Mica, S. CI., or The A. J1. Sho
walter C'o., D)allon, Ga. '2tom
occasion thie Richimond &
rets to Newhuerry, S . n
Illowinag rates fraor, points
utermiediate pointe in saaie
ekets on sale Junec 10th to
di June 18th.
I 75 Ahh,eville. . .. $ 2.90
Blancksburg. .. .15 Chester . .... .3.90'
.Clinton... .. . 110 Columbia ... . 2.25
I- Greenville . .3.75 Oreenwood. .. 2.001
~Lancaster.. 5.75 Laurens...... .50
nSuanmer Exenralon lRates.
eC Commencing Jumo 1st 1892, the Rich.
-iimuid and D)anville Railroad will putt on
I- sale reduced rate round trip'summer excur
mion tickets to all summer resorts. Trick;ets
e on smale Juneo 1st to Sept. 30th, limited re
I. turnian O. .nst ,8oJ
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The Teacher's Institute for Piclo'fitwill
begin the 27th and continue to the 2nd of
July. It will be conducted by Prof. C. W.
Welch,. School Commissioner Bright will
make arrangements for the board and ac
coninodation of teachers and the citizens
of Pickens will try to make it pleasant for
them. It is hoped that the County Com
missioners will have received the new court
house by that time, so that the sessions of
the institute can be held there. As educa
tion Is said to prevent aud courts to punish
crime, how appropriate will be the dedica
tion. Prof. J. R. Rodgers and Miss Helen
MeMaster, of Columbia, will assist Prof
Welch in his direction of the Institute.
There will be all day singing at Bethie- .
hem the second Sunday in June. All lov
ers of music are invited to come and bring
their note books and dinner baskets well
filled. There will be several pieces of mu
sic on hand. Prof. W. B. Justus, wil de
liver an address on music and Sabhath
School work at half past 1 o'clock, a. m.
We would like to enquire of Prof. Ju8
tus his purpose of consenting to deliver a
Sabbath School address at that time of night 1
and whether he expects to get through with
the address In time to get home for break
C. A. Thompson, Seymour, Ind., writes:
"My sister Jennie, when she was a young
girl, suffered from white swelling, which
greatly impaired her general health and
made her blood very impure.
In the spring she was not able to do any
thing and could scarcely get about. More
than a year ago she took three bottles of
Botanic Blood Balm, and now she is per
South Carolina, County ot Pickens.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned. will apply to J. M. Stewart,
C1 .k of Court, within thirty days from
this date for a charter incorporating Beth
el llaptist Church, in accordance with an
Act entitled ".An Act to provide for grant
ing of certain eharters," approved 20th
day of February, A. D., 1884.
.J. W. Head, Jaincs Holden,
,John Holden, B. P. Moore,
M. L. Ellenburg, Wi. Cantrell,
J J. Rice.
May 17th, 1892. w4
For the Campaign.
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the State. It is as necessary to a proper un
derstanding of the issues involved that the
people shall be fully informed of the prog
ress of the discussion from day to day.
Adopting the words of Capt. Tillman, m
his speech at Rtidgeway in 1890, we say to
the D emmocratic voters of South Carolina:
"You need goodi newspapers, honest news
papers because I say to you that we are too
ignorant in this State; we readl too little,
and that is the cause otf the trouble in the
IIolding steadfastly to its own conviction
of right and wrong, The News andi Courier
gives both sides of the controversy, confi.
dent, that the State can rely upon the wis
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prejudice to any of the speakers and with
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All kinde pf carpenter work well
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IrPrIces and work satisfactory. Giv<
ic a call. PICKENS, S. O
Fly Time is here.
'ans Fans! Fansi
lutterfly Hats for boyal
Sailors for girls!
Nicely Trimmed Hats
road brims for Men.
All kinds of hot weather goods
Fruit Jars and Sugar
weeps, Plows, Bush, Briar and
Nico Honey. Seed Tick Coffee.
W. T. McFALL
We Divide the Profits !
Perhaps you think that's a flighi, of at
stic imagination? It isn't. Tfhe artisti
ght as far as he goes, but, lhe doesn't g
uaite far enough. W hen you split a thin
itwo it doesn't alway happpen that yo
utt in the center and we are not dhividin
ut, profits inl the miiddle. On the contrar
ur divisoni is over whelmilngly in favor (1
Lie purchiaser. There's a good reason f(
bis.unusual proceeding. TIho timle for r<
ucimg our enormuous stock ol' Winte
lothnmg has come and big induecement
ave the way to big redunctions. IIere ar
omne pricos whuidh will show you that th
atter of profits in not b6thering us a
030 Suits now .f25.
25 " " 20.
20 " " 15.
16 " "' 12.
Overcoats at a very gr-eat sacrifice.
Underwear must be closed out.
Call andI( see the goodls and hear tI
.e1m Oreenville.-8. C,
1. MAN "*"'"g.", a"""an $45i
N LY $375.0(
FOlR TIlE SlANE PIANO.
Neither one~ was w orth ai nieke*l ovi
4100. I NHI'RE Y(OUlJISEL I" again
saying exhorbitant prices by huving dired
rom J1. C. GARR ETT,. Gates,'S. C.,
Or J. L. IIAY NIE & D)A U GITEIA8,
.(Greenville, 8. C.,
Who have butt onei price and that il
rweet known. You can't pay thenm moi
ha~ nmstruments are~ actually wvorth. h
ra' not. hnilt that wart w..o lat..
IC:%xMr#7eS7 fis C
W4M. HAGOOD &
mi~SLdIr, s. c.
Are Now Receiving Their SPR
Dry Goodi. .
Special attention has been given their Dry .We are heavy
Goods Departments and among the seloctiond keep only Good
are the latest and beat goods from the dulterated Saga
New York Market.
flWyok IrkE Some of our
They are closing > and ends in about tho balan
accumulated old stock. Any ," "no
Remnant of Cloth that has the mark of ago
on it is sold regardless of cost. ain't our fault.
Some rich bargains in these for but remember N
Cauli Buyers. predict a horeafi
WS Mm oAGO
How dear to my heart, as tho seasonl advances,J
With smiling and frowning, with sunsbino and rain,
Are the thoughts of the past, of its dreaas and its fancies.
Its sorrow,%, ita p)leasures, its joy, and its pain,
I muse o'er the orchard, tho Jnealow, the mroantair,
The bridge and the rock where tIme catnracL~ fell,
But dearer than all is3 the thougbt of the fountain
Of icy cold soda, that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst-quenching soda, that Sloan Brothers soil.
How oft have I grasped, with hands that were glowing, 1
In the heat of the morning, the noon and th night,
A glass filled with nectar, with coolness o'er flowing,
A ro to the taste, a boon to the aight, i e
HOW sweet from the clear oryTstai brim to receive it;
Fresb, cooling, just drawn from its own icy willn
Not a fhll blushing glass Could tmt me to leavo it
The fragrant cool soda, th it Sloan Brothers sell, P
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright sparkling soda, r
The thirst-quenching soda that Sloan Brothers sell.
That silver-bound fountain, I hail it a trensure, ILI
Of sweetness and coolness~ and fresliness untold,
How oft have I drawn from it exuisitivo pleasure,
While drinking its contents, pure, sparkling, an cold,
And when far removed from its loved situation,
The tears of regret will intrusively swell,
I earnestly long for a change of location,
And a iraugt of tho soda that Sloan Brollhers sell,
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst-quonching soda, tha Sloan Brothers sell.
The -Finest rescription Drugs in Green
y swle, at SLOAN BROS.
Andwhn ar emve fromp~ its lovey itun
The earsof egre wil inrsvl stwell,
I earnstly ong f rchngemno lo cann,
An adrugt ohe sotat a n!ter el
Thefrsh famngso a,dtheebright,sak inge oda,n
e~By tn hiren'sching o th Cloa e Brothe sel.
Od ville,ndShirtWasLoAN BROS.
Apr11 7,ma GOREENVILLE, S.. C.,e
Carriage,n ickyes oun. agn
OM Xants nt WaIt)o By.
Th-renile C ahorFcor,
Cariaes Buggiese and Wagrons,
Carige,Iug ife\an< We urag,e , Ihons.
The Greenville Coah F P-ci l actorya~ ,
A. C, MARKLEY, tP ~roplret.
G. W. NtIR*Rl as E,l)repeolIt(.ende'a'.uap30y1
AddEs NEW M D LH L TYPE WRITER!'V.FN.61W3imgo t,Bso, as
buyers and lowest sellers. We
Flours, Purest Lard and Una
ra and Coffee.
friends have acted cloverly
es duo from last year. Wo
n" Cn Ree us any more. That
tonJ aoi, a 7a, about it
Don't got madi t'VIt.
-o think of you overy dal ii. " .
or to all such doings.
Ua1e to See U11,
FCE & Co,,
D & CO.
. J. LEWIS. .JUIUts I. IIoGGS.
Tie Piekens Ladt Ageicy iow im for salo
le followinlg deu'sirilble htan":
5) ieres on Wolf ereek, good itrmiun or pas
ire land: 20 neres in cult ivat lim :i I ul fom
ickens on Eni'ey rotdi; o I thiv ph-co is goodi
-iter power with grist mill, osttoln gin ild
rcsg, ndt double set wool CrftI wit.h liner and
il fixtures; nil run by Lef'el water wheel;
welling house with well of 0ood water andi all
ecessary out builidings; also hotite for miller; a
esirmblo and proflbile iace. Ternis en.
15 aeres on ' own Creek one mil west of Pick
ns; spletii power; 6iw mill, cotton gin, feed
r and cundenier, power press, griss mill, ill
rs'R hotse, machinery in operatioi; gooti run
f clstoln; one-half eNsh, balin e easy annual
234 acres oi groded rond to pitnpk itown, I
llle4 iorth of IPleketis. (Ole hitimirel nercs ill
ultivatioin; 25 aeres belit Twelve Mile river hot
m. Good votton wad grii limol. oine good
wellitnt: nuid onie good ten-mi himise. Termns
tisy. Libril isettit for all ipot e cw-h.
1.W) neres inoitikin liid;, iti f' Ir range,
170 aeres on waters of Saludea riv#,r. I mile from
'lenkSI%t (roV %a .1, 1 ihiul elioul houive;25
vrep cleared b.nd, It . rns branch hottoin; on
utile rond, well watered: ' rice 't") vnw:h.
n15 neres of ladi in Harrieane ton vibip near
)uton; 45 aeres ini cultivastion bnhnO ill origi
rd forest abointifiir in tih- boet 1i;e timber;
kell wattared ; prive, IS-150, one-hiklf cnsh lialanco
it 8 per vent.
-ill actes 3 miles of Liberty on the road from
;re,envilhl to Old lickeis; I5 ni cs ill cultivn
ion blanliice in line pino and. oak tinber; will
livide )lilt three or four tracts: three settle
11Le11t4 oil the placo: a rarie birgnin.
A hlioim a lit on Miin it t he h!;adil of Gair
in street; good two story house with n!l neces
ary (it 11hililgm.
301 iere,4 ink 1n1uviVIlle tOw1nshij) (en Miles
rrom (Greenville on publie rolad: 125i1 vsrs ill enil
61ViIon. 41 neresgood bottom wil 1!5 inl pas
ture; mile and1 it half from ehurhl ani I sehool
h-ose; three gooid tenInu.t huIe-. el v.n -tere
would1 sell in one traet or dividei it.) tracts;
part i-ash, balanl-e on lonlg tulne atl 8 tar cent.
A decsirnbile haLIf nere hit onl Uns rvn i ect iandt
Pendti on aCIillvenue;l $101): 1also( deisirale lo' it t'ront
ilug on flowen street: 51100: best I :tni:s :I town.
1th10 ncres inl Iastatne township. Cii, lienant
house; i5 in'res ill cuiltivat h-ion bnhLt 51' tI im
Iher naal1 gralss: $1,500) onln -u tilile.
, 2:20 ilere-s in (enitral towvnstip, lI, saC '-e in cul
liat ion, 40 neres finet pastu (re, balnwe in best or
tillnher; 3 11niles of railroa<~(sltio, M tuile of
church andi school; will be sold ehenIp 011 easy
A good banrgnin-09 acres in Dneusville townl
ship, 40 acres ini culItivaItt lotlplendIdt5 timber; I
mile of church andi school; des-iirnible neighb,or
hood;1 price *1900; eay terms.
100 aclres 4 miles went of P'ickenis on Walihalla
road; level latud will make isplenldie farmi; Liln
icr 1.s lIne: mnust be 55ohl.
2501 nerds on Little Enastastoe, 40 acres in culti
ration, 10 neCres bottofln, II neres ini good pasture,
tioud jog holuse, 50) neres fine suigo 5irass, not1
r-leneet, stabhle for four hiorseis; this pla1ce is well
wat ered nsi a blargnin at $5001.
A desirable lot onii an street, Pickenls, con
aininig ' ne-re, glod stables ni well o;f good
vatecr (1n premises; one of thes most5 valuable lots
n1 town; prlie $2-25.
A farn oIf 238 nleres -4 miles wce:t of Pick-ens;
10 acres cienred, balance ill goodl tinthler; well
rnterted b)y c-reek andi sprIngs: near Cniord3
huIlrehi anc1 ~shool house; diesiralbie neighbor
101(; price $1,300.
123 nelres niorthlwest of Syn'ans mnill: 70 acres
ni cltivathioi, 125 acres ini bottol nil ind 1n-if
ICeL ! 5il- ('rei k;: in n high state of culltivationl;
odis bu111li ngs : 111ne wati-r nliid a good0 orchard;
er111s, 1 per l:ent.;: tlnie :1 yeasrs.
A splenIhd farm of 100 ae-s, 24M mile north of
"ickenls oin graded rsoadl; three tlitd tent,
iouse, 60I llsres ini high state of (eultivaition, 30
teres heist Twelve Mile bottom: doeIS nt ov-er
low; line l:iistiure of It)nares g-ood fen-e, goot
veil of watt-r nlillitwo goodI sprinig.; will sell oni
'ln y te-rms; p rise 41,$1x).
100I ncres nenar ('sid ral with 75 n'r's in a hIgh
int ( o0If (cult Vivaton; gooiit tI well ing anlnineces
12111 (neri-ao lii lg Crows creek 75 neres 1in cti1ti
'1ntjin :lI llre.s lbest bottom011 innu; I8 irIres oft it
(iverilow ; half nelle oIf hnil nas in. 51ne1 mile1
rlf s''hooil anld s-lic ;i pl lrile $2,l00: (cr1ns easy.
(50 ierl ies we. ti hll n1i tiner Iline; pri:e $350.
A iso lO00 aces tiinipro1ved tratct, Il aeres lint.
oni iunilnllrovedi; :150) ner-s oIf trnet in I)rig;lnal
intlier: price, *i50). H muiles flit l111 I'i ns.- on
I'5 (irs 2 01ni125 rolithi we-t of Urons l'binsit Ott
I'lte'ris (If Gmeorge's i reek; goe-nItton hu5t, o- (1
Il!f ill oiii fi.rest.; linc ti'ober; abo1tt 33
c res i'leared iundi in a higih sttiei of ic Iltition;
id -tate-r nnd( neit's'-1ry b-iliings: terms tensy.
:n brljt5iall in eiltivInii 10 I is-ri-s of tne fini
Forii alny lartiuelliars wIteI to lo'i,-r Lartil
\ gen-y, l'ikenis, S. (C.
Webster's Unabrid ged
ily lspec(il arrilaotint at it tl IIers,
10elrenile.toobiilltahin II Ilinaher f tbe *Wbirs
ThlicionaI'iiry is I nleI'('ity i ' e ' ome
chlni usineti s bouit li. Itis 'I sj ('.sic)
rnl It. llilh ands Po'o. : n Ei e b wb
reachi, noil rel er to1 its Conten'hts e0 i in 1 thti
As 5011ineIhve askcs if this is r:'sly thes. Or igi
nni Webster's U:nnbriiged I itiona:1rv, we l(ri
tible to staIte thlat ws- hiave h'arne-d iieit froin
the puliishlers tIhe faser. tha hi is e'the very
work comlette oni wshih iibouii(t forty of the beest
years of the auIthoir's life were so well ('luTloveyi-t
Inl wrIt ing, It ('onItain the- (-it-nr 5'osnbhiirly
(If abisut l00.'tx) worss indha the114li correct
splellin1g, der iation nol5dsl iehnt inn sof S.me aii
is the1 rI-gnilr ltst:td size, enlltialingls abont.
3(5i,000 squell rs' ineh1s of pa ilted isil s's 115 is
U'ntil fiurtheir notlice we will fur,nahi tis val
1st, Toi any. ntew imil'sserl.or
eal T IO-,n ren(v.n uer
Itill Miothas'i-d, lilltii1 en t bis iii pac
stamps, mat1hIs-d edj:s 31.15.
F'ill1 Mlheep bond . lea hsie 1bibe' .;rledis edges,
D)elivered freec frisin our oPse.
Subtth'llrs at adisitnin y have 11 the Ille
t.lllary itelivesed by sisechi li-nM' I I'sa for
5505 ext ra.
As the pulblishe-rs limit the' firs 1,nd nim
her of boosks thesy will fuIrnish 10 ts the ha 'r!ees;
we li nilst who des4 ii'ire t1 Il tht I s ;-evs's of'
this grea oppo1 (rtunilty to1 aittend toI it (ltl nc,
The I raila haOS 'lilt y'et 'come; tao 'isk 'Sns. but
PIeket's Is nl speak mgk istanwe (If Ithe ra t ilad.
If you irte mi E-:sley or P'is'kens ands is hh tlo
tlk to aln:y-uneii n te' ter tor:s, just stepi to
Itha "phon",uc'tts alnl the one1 v'-.-n is.