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in Asbror fleft Sunday for a trip
P. Barrett, of Spartanburg, was In
Icitor Ansel was In town this week
e youn; people had a grand hop at
11 lastWFriday night.
s. W. S. Hunter, of Seneca, Is vis.
,r father,'Capt. J. J. Lewis.
W. Griffin, of Williamstn, visit.
ives In Pickons last Sabbath.
s. W. S. Hunter and daughter,
is visiting Maj. J. J. Lewis' family.
try Bowen moved his saw mill last
Bell Shoals, on Twelve Mile river.
. Mary Charles, of Greenville
Is visiting her brother, W. U. Ash.
W. T. McFall is having his dwell
roved by the addition of another
iumber of recent converts were
by Immersion at Oulenoy last
rig, Major & Co., have moved
- mill north. of town near Judge
ly Springs campmeeting will com.
m Monday, September 12th, and
- urday 17th.
first bale of new cotton was sold
last Mondfy by M. L. Latimer,
c hay;while the sunshines. We
finest weather of the season for
Ider, hay etc.
L. DuBose and wife, of Charles
stopping a few days in Pickens
H. B. Hendricks.
nes Rt. Morgan went to Webster,
st Monday. His trip will con
less and pleasure.
V. H. Ellison has been quite sick
- for the past week. At last ac
was getting on welt.
ew Baptist church will soon be
-ud covered- Let us all chip in
it finished right away.
. C. Jeffries, a prominent mem
Greenville bar, was in town last
)n professional business.
Presbyterian church has been
rited inside and out. Everything
readiness for Presbytery.
ross ties will soon be all out on
the new railraad. Mr. Payne
ushing the job with a vim.
Hortense Mauldin will attend
nston Female College this fall,
rpose of taking a post graduate
'resbyterian Sunday school will
e old icourt house next Sunday
The church has been painted
,cen .. - ue most pop..
icetteachers in tile Willham
e College, expects 50011 to go to
Ohio, to attend the National
M. Morris was called to Hart
ast Saturday, to attend the fu
s bIrother's little daughter. Tis
id child Mr. J. W. Morris has
the last month.
~ting was begun in
here last Sunday
ght Dr. J. T. Pate,
er to assist the pas
Iroughout the meet
s did not have much
bad a0good pinic
~t Old Pickensville
hi was greatly e.n.
the young people.
L an Ideal spot for a
John Ferguson, of
from that city to
orning on a safety
id twenty minutes.
when he arrived,
take'the return trip
Ion conmmenced a
Holly Spriogs 0on
atinued with una.
ays. Hie was as.
jine. There were
embersh~ip by con
'is greatly revived.
s ay. Hie drove to
r ntry Friday, and
,1 >k sick an:1 died.
At him only a few
e. 'ately purchased
>o Co., the Dr. Wit.
o lst inst.,, Mrs. Jaimes Alexan.
Crowv (reek section, was severe.
'y a mad dog. The teeth of the
at brought blood from thirteen
>lacesI, besides making a numbher
. The patint was romptly ate
yteD.it R. Krey. Th resuhl
tehe wih agreat deal of inter
led mfeeting of t-he County AlII
held in the court house last Sat
resakient M.. L. Donaldson am
'. Duncans of the Alliance Ex
iere hero and addressed the meet
do,~ not know what was done, bu
d that a part of the business wa
aand lay plans for opening an Al
re at this place. It is saidl tha
the cause of Mr. D)uncan's p res
e.We merely give this as heiar
Smeeting wab haarmienlous ana
Crow, crow, crowl How black it is,
But Neverthelefs truth ib mighty and will
You tell sonic certain fellows from this
great city to be'more careful or they may
have another fellow in a fix, for they
might have "long legs, bander shanks and
no body, the legs hanging from their
Items are somewhat scarce and I have
to put on my studying cap to get some
thing to make copy since the election is
T. H. Gassaway has built a new house
for one of his tenants.
Mrs. Madden has a new cook room.
One of the candidates that has to run
the second race will be rewarded if he will
come and talk like a pretty fellow.
The SENTINEL had On a good head Of
steam and came in on time, if the fuel was
crow, but the reverse with your neighbor.
She failed to "git thar." Must have fouun
dered at sea. Please send out your life
crew and see.
Fodder pulling is the order of the day,
and there has been much pulled down in
places. The mornings have been so cool
recently that it does not cure fast.
Miss Lou Anna Norris' school at Six
Mile will close id two weeks more, an
then a big exhibition with an invitation to
the editor of the SENT1-INEL, a high old
time and .Ine results.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Hunter, accompa
nied by their two children, and Mr. Robt.
Hughes and sister, Miss Nancy, of Cash.
ville, 8. C., spent a few days with Mr.
Hunter's father, Capt. Wm. Hunter, last
Rev. T. F. Nelson baptised eight con
verts in the river last Sunday, and then
preached at Golden's Creek church.
I renimain yours for good luck,
Sept. 5, 1892. Bon JoNEs.
Killed At His Post.
J. L. Worthy the faithful old watchman
at the Saluda trestle, was instantly killed
between 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock by a pass
Ing freight engine.
Mr. Worthy had been the watchman at
Lhe trestle for four or five years. At night
lie carried a lantern and as each train came
ilong lie got on the side of the track near
he engineer, waved his lantern as a signal
,hat he was on duty and then crossed the
'restle to see that no fire had been dropped
Yesterday morning lie was seated on the
west side of the track waiting for a south
bound freight train. He was probably
:ozing when he heard the approach of the
,ngine. The engine was coming from the
3outh and the watchman's duty was to be
Dn the east side of the track. The engine
was almost upon hini when lie seized his
lantern and tried to get across the track.
The engine was too close upon him and
struck him. The engineer T. D. Ilaynes,
and a colored fireman saw the lantern fly
into the air and fall to the ground. They
knew they had struck the watchnian and
stopped the engine. They went back and
found the lifeless body of Mr. Worthy be.
side the track. The body was not man
gled, but blood flowed from bruises in the
head and in the breast. The body was
carried into the watchnman's house, rivht
on the side of tht. trnA nnf
.,.. o, u clock; Pickeni
., r. raday evening 23d1, at 8 o'clock ii
the Presbyteriani church; Eunon, on Satur
day the 24th, at 11 o'clock; E'asley, Sundaa
215th, at 8 p. in., in the Biaptist churcli
The public generally is invited. HIis ec
turs are.in the cause of missions.
The County Commintsoners.
The County Commissioners met las
Tuesday, their regular mieeting dlay.
The first thing done was to app~rove somn
accounts and( issue a few certificates.
They then took up a petition for change
Oin the road leading from Old1 Pickens t
Pickens C. UJ. The petition was granltedl
and J. N. Murphuree, Robin Stewart ani
1B. D). Mauldin were appointed as specia
commissioners to lay it out.
A petition asking for changes on th
road from Manming Jones(~' to Mrs. Dorcu
J- Roper's, was taken up next and rejcteI'
on the ground that one had already bec
hieardl this year for the same purpose.
Thiey then adljournedh to their next regi
har meeting in October.
Notice Trial Justies,
Trial Justices in Pickens county are ne
tifled to submit their books to the spechi
committee of the Grand Jury, for exam
nation, on or by the 12th of Septemibi
Foreman of Grand Jury andl chinia
of said committee.
Jury for the September Court.
J. D. Crenshaw, J. A. O'Dell,
GIeo.ge Lathiem, Julius A. linuton,
J. Fi. Lay, J. W. Major.
A. D. Young, J. T1. Fowler,
H. C. Hunt, Rial Biarnett,
A. A. Alexande., B. A. Bowe1m,
A. 1R. N. Folger, Alfred Sherell'
J1. 1L. Thomas, J. E. Craig,'
A. 8. Porter, J. B. JIamis'on,
W. C. Ballentinc, WV. TF. Day,'
N. Tr. Martin, WVilliam Kennuemori
B. H. Williams, Hi. W. Liuiwoody,
WV. E. G4riflin, JT. 11. Looper,
.JamIes Massenugale, JT. 1. Chazp lau,
M. W. Newtons TLhonmnu (1osset',.
(4. WV. IHend(ricks, J. Fi. Abercromnbie,
U. E. Wbite, 'J. N. Wyatt.
Cheap 'rickets E~ast..
.0. A. 1., WVashington, D). C., and Nava
. Review,. B3altimnore.--On these occasior
I the Richmiond & Danville railroad will se
fromi all its coupuon ticket (utles excursiu
tickets at one loweit lirst-class faure for t:
round trip. On sale Septembuer idi b
20th~ inclusive,. valid returning until Oct
h er 10th, 1892. TLhuis gi ent systemn h
Smade exratordinory preptu-a;i,,aIs 1o haind
. this immense business better 11:1 yeari th:
- o n rvosEncampment. hBu:i
formaiotial Irrom anly a1t''t
-Mrs. It. 8. Browa has been quite il
for the last few days. Her many frit udi
have been very anxious about her.
--We have been requested to announc(
that Rev. S. J. Cowan will commence s
toont meeting at Seneca on next Sabbath,
-Maj. Whitmer Symmes has been ad.
Judied Insane and sent to the asylum.
Sheriff Richey carried him to Columbia
-Mr. James Harvey Cleveland, one ol
the oldest and most respected citizens ol
Greenville, died at the home of liatnill
Beattie in that city hst, Monday at the adl.
vanctd age of seventy-seven years.
-Mr. Matthew Hendricks states that ho
Is in the race for County Coiilissioller,
and will stay iul it until tihe last vote is
counted. It was rumored that Mr. lien.
dricks had withdrawn aud would not make
the seconi race. This Mr. ll.ndricks sAys
lhe thouglWht of doing, but at the earnest so.
licitation of friends, has conicluded other
wise. le desires that hiis friends do not
forget iIm", next Tuesday.
-A map 6x4i feet that gives you the pie
tures of all tle Presidents and their auto
graphs from Washington to flartison,when
and on what issues each was elected, also
the electonal vote and popular vote of ev
ery candidate for presi(ient, the population
of the United States for every five years
f rom the first to the last census, wit h the
largest and most complee inaip of the Uni
ted States ever publishied. Price 5.00.
Comes with the SKY7INaV. for 90 ets.
-The Easley Oil Mill is ready and wait.
ing to gill out the cotton crop, ard make
the seed into oil fertilizer and cow feed.
We suppose hulls luave become too vuloa
ble to burnt, as the mill has cord woodI pil,(l
up sky high till arouind. It did a reasona.
bly good busiuness last fall and winter, ')ut
with favorable seasons, it will do be;ter
this fall. As soon as the Pickens railroad
is completed it will be a t;reat advantage to
the oil will. It will put it in comnand of
the Pickens territory from which to draw
A Chance for Land Inventmenlt.
I offer for sale on reasoiable terins, miy
farm on headwaters of ltice's Creek, twn
miles from the town of Easley; two good
dwellings on the place, a fine orchard and
well of pare water. A three-horse crop is
open for cultivation and in good conldition,
aug31ml3nov10 J. B. Ci.yn.
Stiumner Excursion Rates.
Commencing June 1st 1892, the Rich.
mond atd Danville Railroad will put oi
sale reduced rate routd trip summer excur.
sion tickets to all stimmer resorts. Ticketf
on sale June 1st to Sept. 30th, limited re
turning Oct. 31st 18!.
Well oiled machinery requ'res less pow
er to ran it, and wears kss.
G. M. Carter, Chester. S. C. writes: "A
negro boy here had a Iatd caSe of scIofkula.
The doctor -aid it would kill him. I got
' 'use Botaic Blood Balmn. ie too
mn bottles and is now well. lie ha
sed it for four months and cntinuci
Ad iitrtr Notice.
eronis hbiviiig limts iist the estate o
As Ct. Clyle, deceased, of Piekeis county
tre hereity iotilied to iresent the samne 1',
>roven, itild all indebted1 to said estate wi!
ity-mint to the uuder.igned at his oiie
keln U. It. .1. ii. C LY 11,
tter Than an En
t Wonde-rful Publiention ever issued.
~emraible Histonical Chart, io
Ma ni U, L May Combid,
,to llistory of our Government by AM
us atnd Conigresses. Late:,I 1892 Ed
achies (largest ever prtetd). Mout
is at top amad bottosa,
airranlgemnents with thec pub)lishel
-.0 obtin ia itiber of Lthe abtoiv
i's, and1 propiioe' to uiish one ,
sub scribe rs. TIhis NIapi is a ncs
urm', schooul or otlie., aiud wll b e e
rittlo to refer to tiaily duoring (11
.ittalinapaigni, ats it Ii)t'tes at
important:1 fiaet co,aiiected. with Li:
r counotry andt A 1ilican potiecs.
i)OIlH MA.\' CONTIA INS:
Showing all of the Political I'ar
Sh,owing all thu l'rt'esiets aui
ai)imgratul Shaowinug the. Political Comipleiv.iv
of eaich Congress. 22:66.
A I)iagriam Showing the Croods of the WortI
A I)iagramn Showing the Stand ing A rmies<
Each:Ii NatLion. i3xi10.
A Diagraiit shouwing the Nav-al T1onntago
Eacht Nattion. tr3x(Li.
A Complete Mtap of the World. 12x 20.
A Comnpieto Miap of theO Uited States, Ra:u
MeNaltly .a Co's 46x0.r
A Maip of Conitril A nerIen. l0x 10.
A Mtap of Alaska. iixir3.
A Mtal of SothI Afrita. (tx 13.
A NI ip of U'pper Nutbia anid llabesh or A bys
A Mtap of P'ersia, A fghl.tanm anid Iieluchhlta
A Complete M1ap of thec Solar Systoui-iest e
er made. r3x1i0.
P'ICT'U '1501" '. ,h 'Tlfr.: iES[ I)EN'TS FiRO
it also ivies ini b,rie:
rThfistory of Coilia jl Po,iitie-s.
ThL'lii.story~ of 1kevolutoinary Po it Iies.
'The Ili tory of! the' iu tonfedration:.
TUhe listory of the U:. S. Giovernmnent biy Cii
The IiIictory of the U. S. by Adinlistrations,
S A in .\nalys is if the Fedlerail iiveruuinent.
Valuablehl Statis es on5 Eiit x juind itures.
Issut' iif atlt Pl' itita part ie.s,
. Thie lii-tory of all P<d.i Itial Parties whickh han
Ox ise ini thtis inant ry.
A~ Chronoialog,ical1 tiable of 319 oif te most I
porftant even-cts fromi the i)iscove-ry iif Amiierl
toi the' preunt I y.
The,. pui lisheirs pit hce is 5.00 v. hii -h is ve'ry ii
. on-.ideriing its inerits. b'it wa' ii imionnectI,
v.cth sonie' of thec leaingii. p'ubli:hers cin ailh
States, havei beenr firtunam'c~ ini a rrumgiing
r el freo to anmy pairt iif thei United States as f
1st. 'To any new subsc'riber.
Li 'Nd. To aniy rem wiil subtscriter.
301. Tio any subtscuribe'r now ini arrears whoia pi
tip to .tanmuary 1st nex t.
As the paub,lisher.< 1iin1it the Lime ;toy wilt fl
niPh thesne mnaps at thew- price awe adist
whoti de~sire to ail ftemselves ,I this oppoir
nit(y to attendt to it iat onie
For' Younig Ladles.
Suiperior Oil oient iiinal ad vantag;es, Christ inn
iluenics halt hfual lumntioin; mediiinal Wai
moniiitini5'Om scney itliami on s buiilingti s i
pen0 i:re c.-ces'': pra:t !'rl trin!nt in hiouieii
wotrk withoniit iinterferlhw. iv wih hi ien htioni
', :,t.:dy, all for h per mi'oil hi for btauincg aindt
tIoni . Foar iircii;r::, adId ros
REV. C. A . H AMPTON,
NOR MA L .-. SCH OO
The South ''arolina Normal Mtusient Inistli
for hs9'2 ill bei ihld itt 1'ros itoadis chitr(
flinhr iXa-yi a S., 'ommnii nti-ie uiiombliy, At
'i,a ciiulw for a termi of ien<b- - iiio
wvith ia grund I i'nii(rt Thuir. 'iiiy eveni ng, Se
I st . . -. Siiowalter. P'rinii pahol, . 1. NI. o Liiar..
5 sishaut andi' Si' ietairy. Add it l9:mil 't Oiachti
fl wilt bie Prov-iied as neededs.
Tuitot [ar Full Noria'. ''nt'i e ui
I in h'IvaincedI Ibir..a.ny a-*.,i .
Fle<-ors' Pupils ini i'i oimr-, Ib rciaany
u'uibteti thetweeni and itI, ::r'
C 2.i'dtren ine.i,a . '.--'....
n rii'nh t.eor i'. ra ote,o t
i.brmi,p. l- o
They have swung their corners,
Some swung in some out,
And all wanted Sugar in theirn,
It is now time to dig a hole and
Bury the tomahawk and file the
Edge off the scalping knife, and
Put it up on a high shelf and lot it
Stay there, and all join hands and
Give a long pull,
A strong pull,
And a pull,
All together, for the good of our
Our countiy, and this Almanack and
We get everything pulled out
Let loose and go home and attend to
Our own business for the next 2
And let other folks business alono 2
And see how that will work,
A working man always has friends,
You can't hold him down.
Ho will get up.
And this Ahuanack will always
Slip the scotch under the hind wheel
For him when he begins to fag,
But ho must not "back" nor flicker
But come right square up to taw each
There is nu one who appreciates a
Man any moro than we do.
There is no better stock kept in this
Country for him to select from than
Keep and no better ternas offered
We canl offer, and no better induce
Our sales last year was the largest of
Any preceding year, and this prom
Beat last year- That shows well for
"Scotching" qualities and we have
The Largest Stock of shoes, and the
Largest Stock of Clothing, and the
Largest Stock of Hats, that we have
Ever offered tlo trading public.
To say nothing of Furniture and
New goods will be added to this line
From day to day and we will keep
Up with the times. Call in and see
There's no "dodging these questions.
Are here to b'rack 'em up, come and
- W. T. McFALL.
ON LY $375-00
FOl THE SAME PIANO.
MNeither one was worth a nickel over
3nn0. I NSUlIE YOUlISELII against
paying exhorbhitatnt prices by buyingdtirect
-Or J. L. ItAYNII & D)A UGHTKEIl8,
Greenville, 8. C.,
Whou hatve' but onie' prie and that thne
thatn inst rient s are actuanl ly worth. They
are no(t built that, way. Write for latedi
Id fEj] RIPANS TABULEI rntlato thne stomnoh,
CIrn,l 11,,r Mmma C arun 1 ei r roubl es1)*.
109on Mai. Ow 1i "
-r d,~2'~ fiR o la,kBen e.o
- LOot. r, ere, Wal9oe Iiaa&
r r osc uo the p T at ite fr t
no1th ineli ot a a oinur o In the Diop? delt-na
P. ot.neoxtGma.hN liver rn.
to -- -v -aeln --w -je
U O 'R taigowN, eNt.\ io nitine ade an
"th fieo too te of yoaTurred op ighbors
:n nh* pota cad,e orloer tte d,y f h
1ne. addr 18ente. 't
Si t N1) nVA) n 4 t, is theM I,a e tOeekl pub.
Ifspen ivy 14,ttentr 'y oura kenf ly 4died nn II ou
L- 2 hav never4 con ac, p o ieu t , tendii foy oe nru
' yu illAI W.rnou Ceity the b ige tand bet ews
04114'* l i -' w: I:-:N LY Iw
tX ) ylIt9 ANt Ani N.4iA'lnFRtn
I )1'i iV LA '21t I sCtHe O.eget%pkl pHURC , .
'R ~R.n ' rkI :IV Nfl Ws, (
Wxcrm Ma, 4s
BUIST'S TURNIP SEEDS Large
In B Mk nd P ekages. All varieties. Sug
Mason's Fruit Jars, The I
Tho Chepent and the Bost. PURE S]
/Strong Apple Vinegar The Fin(
We havo some bargains in Good Shoes. Maing ma tw the b4 at**
The best Goods for the least money can fdways be kad at
Largest, - $7.50.
24, - $5.00.
3d, - $2.50.
At SLOAN BROS'.
All our Turnip Seeds Tested.
Carriages, Buggies_and Wagom
SPECIAL OFFER I
TO CASH BUYERS I
We effur at, RtEDUCED) JRICES,
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons.
COME, EXAMLNdi AND~ BUY.
The Greenville Coach Factory
G&IE ENVIIJAE. ii. C.,
H. C. MAR K LEY, Proprietol
G. W'. MIRtRIXE, Suuperm'stendent. p30y1
NEW SPOT CASH FIRM
The fina of MYorIs, Major & Co. haM been disolvWed
I have bonght the entire stock of well selected Dru
GAoods, shoes, hats, Notionn, (Arocerie's. &c.
For the next rixty Dlays these goods will be sol
at and RELAOW CONT. I nmust have r.ona for n.e
goods. This Is the opportunIty *r the sennom to g<
I sell strictly for CASHf. Do not ask for Credit.
JOH N T. L EWIS.
N. IB. Parties inldeb)ted to Lewis & Morris, will beC e
pected to comeW with the monecy and SETTLEA AT ONCE.
L EW IS & M OR RIS,
February 1, 1892. Pickens. M. (.
TheCause of Diseas(
Scem fraces the sanse of disease directly to one and the same soura
a decrease of the VITAL. FORCESL
The Electropolso Is a scientific fnstrument b,ased on the comnm
sense- theory that to restoro the strength and vitality is to restore1
health. It does this work quickly and effectually by enlisting OXYGE
the health giving element of naituure. When drugs and medicines fail
relieve, the ELE.CTRoI'OISI~ w!1 effect a permanent cure. If you ar
sufferer from some phyvsical ill which has tormented you for ye
- and years, It will. coEst you nothing to inv'estigate the merits of
ELECTROPOisE~ and may save your life. Correspondence Invit
Atlantic Electropoise Co.,
Lot Steel Nails.
ar and Coffee,
3eet that can be Bought.
ist Line of Tobacco
In tho Market.
evor shown hero.
'CE & CO'S,
J. J. LEWIN. JUhts I
The Plichells Lal .g ti) now 1H
the followhig destiraie Itiok:
u-r loc Ine blw Liberty: 1:n5
A high sttte of i lti-atit: tg1d
iwellitig:4 aid tother h t,s: level
sitl farini in Ilitkwi .' iciuwity; teans es
5ieres on W%olf creck, glv.t futrnanl..
itire lail; 2.'0 i re in cult ival f iln: I n
'itkens 4tj ini EIy romd; mi this lhilt
wntwr power with grit iniii, cptton
pr,:, itil dimuble et wool rards with b
ll fixties; ill I rit Iy Li'llW watt
d wel ing le 14 N. ith I well of gomod wat#
net",esitry (lut hotilithigs; altio huuve f'or
-l .rbi witl prolitable Lh,e Te m:1 li'
li neres lilt 'I'miCi ice - one umili west
e11,;is lentdit power; -mw nill, votton g
er tint t hnd sir, 1ower press, grits tiu
orss I nsv, nuIthliery it operotion; g
of eistlin; one-half cash, baile Oats.
234 ires oi grmlded rontd to pumpki
milies oirth of Pickens. (ne hu1,titred
cultivatioi; %A iteros best Twelvo Milo r
tom. (tood eotton and grain lanl. 0
d itilud mw04oA telinlt house.
oasy. .i0beral discouit for all spot ens!
16,O)0x 214res 12101untainllan ;111 goodl fo
viityiards, ircliards tc. l itioly timier
1-76 ie res lin waters i Saltiait river, 1 tj
Plensat G.ro;e chureh anoil whool I
ioni es 4.lari h11114i, II ner.1 brimeh bot
publiv cowl, well watted: price :o i) ci
215 iteres of hlinl it 1tirrilante toNwns
i1l1tn : 15 Intes in vultivation b11hiniwo
1u foreNt IduelitiilItt i in the best ilnt
vVell wittirvil; prive, cih, ne-hi!f enxh
at - per ent.
.40 itere :3 inw (if Liberty (n thm roi
(' m'enville to, Oi.i 1i1tis; '25 iteres tin
tionl hinie4-C in fim! pinei ati eqtk tilnl
divite ll) I rirc ir fir trowts; thrt
1110:is 41n tihe phti'e; t tiror burguini.
A i oil't . lilt i' t oil ai tiat tho helt
vin sitreet: lil tw) stor4-house with it
tniay out huilitgs.
3t"0 nere.; it ihie lc towinhip t
fr4om (ireeiville li p.1iblt rel; -rv ncr
tivadioi, 10 iteres good bIottons ia I
turo; wiltel atld a half fromi chirch t
houso; three good tenant hwise, wt-11
would sell iii mne trit tir di4le
part etsl, bithive ti hang thue at
A deeIirable hualftt nere lt on theirvhm
lu1i alt lioweni i-treel: lit0: hies tiary
llt inere's ini lEnstitie ttwtnsh it,
Iisie :1 l, t tr's iit e-.:uivamtiion, biahian
her tn grats: .4I,5tM tot loing lime.
2.!0 in rex hn ('clnt ril Iiwish iip, I5 n
titihbor; 4 itiles tof rairtind illtatl,
church'h ant 4:Chootl ; will be isold chu
i-hi1,, -10 it'ee- in cult!ivat hon, spei
tulle- tof churlt tu te Ichool; utlesich
* hutte: palieu .6I(: easy tei mli.
liiio nerfes 4I niih i' wett f 'ieke'ns
iotd: leve!l.ohind: will! tinke ipletaill
Uiir is titret : t t bi- stiled.
2604 nei ce- tin I t Il Ii' sintaon, 40 t
viii ilt., It) ttr(s biotteonI, I ilntr.t fu ;
KI) ii litg hietilse, 5t0 ii' n 1es is
fotee., Anblhie for foutir horses;v this
wteredl tii a bai rgalii at *5t0.
A ste~ininhus lo t oinin street, I
tintinug 9. iere, gaitd stiles ne!l
waettir ten p.rtntists; on t ofC thj ao.st
In tons a pice iT5.
A farmi itf ,23X ntri'.i - niil west
30 ii* nel c'i<&red, blancelt~' l ein ot
tette- hvs toek titu .hpiings; I
i'hutire'h i i scltei hteti-e ; dlesiral
hoodeti ; nrh-eit..
I't nime uet nout west of Simmat's n
r Iin eiil (liaitin, 25 nerres it 'heittomi --
teen .\llie ireek : In a haighI sttet of -
tornus. S leer tet.t.; t. 3 yt rs.
A splih'ilit! furi ef lti nitres, '2y -
Peicke.ns til gi-teled real; thiree
hoi,cuse 605 notes hii high/l tte of e
* iieres best 'Twele' Milt bittm; dei
low ; iiili' itsture of ito Itt es, gtA;
wel of nt eti'r tiil two i godt .spring
I ititinret iet r4central wtI i 75 an
' stt of ult iva tit ; good drwelit
. Mary mcitiI bild iings.
20J tiiot en liig 4'rowy treok :7
- i(liti; 25 miires bett buottoin litnde;
withtit ii elitch: thi et itn ltitii
ovi-ies- lw hilf raile oft irii tunid
of! schlt i.19 li!htrch : herite f2,'(il
A0 nere l ie wlllil.hei t! brit
t:mther: pi-i*t. 'hi. ti mIles fronl
g;iehectl te l-:nttoit.
St neres 2 nii'els ti lt Ii west cfit irn
wters oft tiet< / 'i-re- : gioodi a'o
iif hi iigitan fert-st; lint that
ntet's tliired ilt in ii high sItt
-Ii tilt's ju t :ierts ii of i-kents, ja
ra,te tit 5, ail it. hI'tblat lio. iii at
hti; lt ti ii trilt li huaig sit
A' . r ytt, l't(le n, S. i.
!,tlytt *tihiitcangl nnt, ,ith ii
eour Sub:e-i I ibel
The .ie:ir. It ia it-essitys
lro el niel -ha.es hose ii 't ti~
ji::. I uniemciI i ,:w edge - -h:il
r i re11 e a.s ->f' t be~i iiol
rati. WI;i- 10u1iohur, tn hidl
atlci sntie Iavet .tht-avef tiie iiire
Uni Wbete'sUabr'dged lieli
alett -utatorha e h ve u jtlitte
the., tiih thle 11 tinot, that th
work'h entatyelete ni h ettholter.
yearst ote anth on lie werIe -h
itfi aib.out rt'O tlgnos e! Inn
plling Sterit ionti ateri lael
l'ntilfrter tie e era il im c.
, l'i ny ubcrvltyieli nwin i'lir
uap' t it. s e, .thfolw
h - Al clth botunilrs1iIt thde nd
no 't h' ra egte: , tet~ (eoo c,
I hi-cia- is oll i': botu.:', ii tc' of
ed tin urbediihiit ed es, iic el
ill Iiutlit on SIether iel,
Subsc hribers at ati diyt a isint Itlc
OItit',ryu: dlred by il eii tessi a:i (