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-li1ppy Now Year.
-,Boom up your town and countty. t
-Lot Ps all work for the good of each
-R. C. Robinson of Liberty, visited In
town this week. n
-Mr. W. G. Lewis has moved into the
house in rear of the store. t
-The HENTINEI. will be sent to any ad
dress one year for one dollar. N
-Subscribe for the SENTINBL. One dol
1 ar will bring it to you ono year. el
AN -Mr. W. H. kiDanlel, of Dacusville,
%lulted Sheriff Mebantel last week. in
-Mrs. Etta Kirksey, of Campobello, is
Witing her father, Mr. J. B. Clyde. le
-The Ii-ommunication from John Allen w
)Kctte came too late for this week's issue.
-Married, at Due West, Miss Annie
Belle Miller to Mr. L. I. Williams-all of bi
-Let us make greater efforts this year l
to materially advance the county than we
sedid last year.
or .4od "Mr. T. R. Coleman and Miss Sallie B.
the dli ilpot, of Dacusville, visited relatives in
tully a last week.
hym -The 41MTr-1L dhe edest and best news
per in the county is only one dollar a'
ar cash in advance.
---Married on the 18th of December, t
gen Lenry Kirktey to Averi!la Griffin. Rev.
. T. Lewis officiating.
m -See change in Sloan Bros. advertise- dc
ol hient this week and when in Greeenville i
a call on them and they will treat you right. C
Ii --Married, at Piedmont, 25th tilt., at the
a lbrjdo's father, Mr. Janes Nimmons, by
Rov. Mr. Maish, Mr. George Young and
ias Ella Nimmons. e
- -Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Carter, of Atlan
c ta, arrived in Pickens last wuek and are
t Opending awhile wiih Mrs. Carter's parents, N
t Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Aslinre. hL
t- -Married at. Piedmont at the residence
b f the bride's father, Mr. l riteliard, on the
W th tilt., by the Rev. Marsh, Mr. Edward
Aouch and Miss Fannie Pritchr-'rl.
- b -Sheriff McDaniel killed a hog last ed
'hu;raday which weighed 442 poutnds Af
erit was cleaited he was oflered $40 for bu
t. Who says it don't pay to raise hogs? lt
ar -Married by the Rev. Boyd, at Pied- ye
iont, att the residence of tho brid'.i motlh- (li
er, irs. Gulden, on the 25th Ilt., Mr.
Bricks Fletcher and Miss Ma,rgie Gulden. 01
-Married at the residence of the bride's, C
father, Mr. Robert Freeman. at Pie,b-Jiun, 1ih
on the 251 tilt., Mr. Clark Uip,on and 1,
Miss Jan Wreeman, the Rev. Christopher
60 -We call attention to the advertisement o
f the Pickens Livery Stable. If you wain T:
rat class Itu-nout call eii 3. L. 'T'lhorult-y Sit
andand hc will fit you up in style at a mom
-Mrs. St L. Stanell, tL
V.io lives about seven milles ohove here, a
died on the 28th tilt. She leaves hius- 1 :
hand and several eiildren, the baby one T.
belig only two or three weeks old.
-The first snow of the seaqon fe;1 livre a'
last week and soie of it staid on the il
g round for a week. 8ince the snow we ht
ave been having some very cohl weathei it
-the coldest we have had this year. .c:
--Mosrs P'attersoni. co loired, while walk- i
lng along the street in G reen ville one day
Jlast week, stjpped on a0 brick v.-hiieb e:nne'd fa
him to fail, and ini fullhng struck hois headl w
against a plan1k fence anid b)roke his neck. 'Ih
.-On account of the changing ha:ila of i
f,he paper and the anmiount of work to be he~
donie by the printer, Mr. W. 'T. MeFall
made his Al manack short and sweet this"
week. Re.ad what he says, it may be of
futerest to you. HI
-Mis. W. U. II(tt, wife of Mr. W. U of
Hunit, dlied at her home necar Daieuisville, .
on the night of the 28th~ nit. 11er remain 'i
ivere iinterredl in the fatnily butrying gr.tundt th
on the day ftollowing her deat hi. She was Ii
g sister of Capt. A. li!ythme, of Greenville.
M;lst week, sonie young people from ten.
Cr'al ntendekI, a-i I while the p-trty wvasa
in progress comie piersoni or pesn with.
out the fear of the haw before thedir (eyes,
t'rt uip the harness and vcbehe behonginig M'
to the Centrml ple()h. T1hey shuldh be de
Stected and ptunished. t
--Malssrs. Hunter & IHawtthorne have not f
been muerchandisinig very loug hut have
built a trade of which any one might hie
preud. Thev are now building ihenm a noew"
store across the street and when it is finishm- re
ed wihl put ini a fresh stock of goods.
They are nowv selling~ goods ait cost. Sec
their advlertisemienit ini this issue and call on M
themi when ini town. I
--Died on thie25:th of December., 1802, at gi
av the residence of Mr i. M. R1. Brggs, m-ar
~ entral, Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, mother ini
law of Mr. IBoggs. She lived to the* ripe
age of 87 years. was a membher of the Hap.
list chiurch aiid a true christ ian womain. Shea
was laid away to rest ini Mt. Zion cemeterv in
on the 26th iinst. The bereztpvd lhas th'e
sympathy of imainy friends in this time ofC
-Mr. Isaac Weil, a p)rominenit c'lothiing
efealer in Greenville, miade an. assignmentmi'
on the 27th of last m.mnthi for the benefit
of his creditors. His liabilities are esti. I
mated at abotut $20,000, and his assets, :me
tusl d 'nminal are est, nated in the
neight hood of 920, 000. This is a great i
r,urprise to many pe'ople in t his county' whoIl'
know Mr. Wime andl have traded with him,
and we know they all hope lie may come p
out whole. p
-A c.orrespondent of the Greenville
iews wr iting from Tugatloo, G)eonmee conni
ty,s so "Theec lihteelnmonths' old daugh-~
ter' o John Lim say, at Fair Play' a rw
mIles from here, was fatally burned a few
? days ago, death restinug mn two honrs.
The nmother was (out uilking the cow and t(
the father hand gono~ into thme yard to speak
wIth a neIghbor, leaving lthe1 clild alone inz
tie hiouie, when it toppled into the lire.
S When its father reachedem it in responise to"
Its cries one of the child's ears was already .
li-Te preliminary exia-ninit ion of Ita- I
' his CJooley, ,J. 11. Earle, S. 1I. Earle, P. GI.
.Earle, T. B. Wright, J. 11. Wrlebut, W. V
i W Wrighit, TI. W. Norris arid M. TI Flem - ti
b trir e who are charged with interfering II
witti a Unihtedh Steten officer In the dis- ri
ci harge of his duty, was to have been held.
. biefore Unit e'd States C,ommilssionaer IHa w
thorn" in (O re'villhe h',sd week,. but owiingn
-Go td work and stick to It and stop
-Flne shoats. Apply to Tiotn Wel.
orn, Pickoub, S. U.
-Mr. W. W. GAffin. of . Williarnaton,
ras In town last , Kntlay.
-11.1W. Gillespie, of Pendleton, was in
>wn last week on business.
-Frank E. Cox, of Greenville county,
on a visit to relatives here.
-Look to the welfare of yourself, your
,ighbor and your country.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White returned
Stieir homse at Anderson last week.
-A bale of cotton recently sold at the
ei York Exchange for 771 cents.
-L. E. Childrss, Esq., visited- his par
its In Oreenville County during holidays.
--Mr. B. F. kecnzie and son, of Pned.
ont, was in town last Friday en business.
-Miss Olive and brother, J. L. Thorn.
y, Jr., visited relatives at Andeson last
-W. 0. Singleton moved his family to
elzer last wcek, where he will engage in
-Miss Maud Folger a charniNg young
dy of Easley, visited Misses Cora ind
e!LJa Bowen last weeh.
-Married at Williatiston, on the 25th,
t., Mr. Geolge Watt aul Mliss Mattic
olden. Rev. D. W. Hiott, ofliciating.
-The tax books closed last 1aturday
id Treasure Youngblood infortus us that
ere nre about five nimudred delinquents.
-Mat ried on the 1st, inst.. at the home of
e bride, Joseph Fields and Martha Fergu
n, all colered. Rev. J. T. Lewis olliciat
--Mlarried, on the 25th ult., at the resi
nce of ,quire John Ellenburg, the oflici
n- officer, Mr. Mac. Martin to Miss Mary
-We uslally keep a pretty good fire
d whenl you Collie to town coie in and
I us. It you have no busine.s with us
mec arouu andi warm.
-Married on Christmas day at the resi
ice of the ollicintiing clergyman Rev.
L. Jonts, !r. Will FreeinuAn and Miss
c Cox daughter of Mr. G. W. Cox.
- Itev. G. 11. Shaffer preached his first
-mon in the Methodift cliuch last Sun
y. It was an able und instituctive dis
fise, and the congregation was greatly
-Celey Ellenlbul.r, wife of J. C. Ellet
rg died on the 27th iult., and was burit.d
Bethel church10. She was seveity-onle
ars of age, and a mOniber of the liaptist
-We have a ice letler this week from
yni, if Fort lill. We hope lyn w%ill
itiuie to give the rei derst I the 6FN-rivK.
Sbellf"t of his pen and the news of
nt illii and Calhoun.
- -So far as we know there is but one
ver'Iretil distillory in thiis colunty, that
W. J. lonier on the dSahia river.
iis will fall uder the axe of the dispen
ry law after the 1st of July next.
-Four men came to town the other day
ittle liungry and ate ten pounrls of oys.
, three dozen hard b.oil(!I eggs, two aid
.alf poutids of crackers, o,w pinit of vine.
r- aInld two bo)ttlIs of peVIp' sace.
icy ware supplied by Mr. T. 1). Harris.
--NWe want all lie news in the county
d 'Vould h glad to have a corrspcildent
everv section. A copy of the paper will
sen1t fle to any o:e wio will send us
:Imls of news as often as pissible or w- of
if as news vcvurs. &end it on a postal or
-IL-ip)~ yat is~ gonte. T1he girls who
lied to et "ff hist y< ar by thejir endea vors
II have to wait fou r ini. re long andio
ear*y yearsx. It is to b te hoped however
it some fellow willI take pity on the hash
I girl who wvoutld not take advantage oif
r leap yeiar plriv'ilege and niake her a
Last Mondatky inighit '>ili Ilk.1i1 shot W.
Cranxe. Th'le hall enttered thle left sidle
the Ileft shoulder ad m1ixade a llesh
nul. Crane x-xis tiey hand no dilliiculty
dl dois not known whv I11ill shot him.
-. . W. Eatule aiuend( d 'raxne and e'it
:hall ouit. A warrant was sworn out for
ill amtI conistablIe i. A. Bowen hunted
r' lxxxn nearlyv xll nxigh! , but lie was no
lianw and her moth-.
iere last 'wee.k At.
4xturnie. Itli her old I
is will rint theiire I
ni jinhr lu'xishand at I
re they will make
)r. Williams hxxs ai I
hiimond to work for
Ne.w V rk l ife inosuraince companiliy. Lie
t herex la't Batuirdlay foxr thal place.
& regnt v:xry much to lose D r. and Mirs.
Rev. WI. (1. Hixllitns is in Pickens in the in
'est ofc a book entitled " Charnecter Ske'tchl
hy llev. (Geo. A. Lofton. A. M., I).- I).
xe nooik is ai series of illuxstraited kdct Lres
pielintg the life, success and failure of
itikind. It is repilete withI practical and
igious subjects, presenited ini an entirely
w and1( strikinig manixner. anid is ilhxstrated<
thx ovei' fifty ente'ravings.. WVe commienc
r. HolhIins iad his vaihiale hook to the
bic. 11er. Mr. Binnier'. of hiiekorv, N. C..
si this to say about the boo11k: "'1 woul
IC ei one dliir i to read' "Charaxcte Si ketcht~ 8'
St onei dxiy.
I .ast M oday waxs sale lday andi it brought
very'~ good crowd toi tiiwn. Th'ex f,,lhiw
r eal (state waxs sol lhv thle ch-rk.
I ir the ease of ( . I,. l)uraxnt vs. J. D).
iretont , one lilt of half an acre itn P ickens
as so,ld to J. . >Ioig.1 for 09:i1 .10.
Ini the icase of S. S. Thomiipsonxx vs. Th'le
Iored( Methlodist ECpilsetop al church, half(
re Ilot xand chiureb buxixkling w~as solid to S.
'T'homplson for e? 11 li..
lI lhe caset( of I n:tn -S M4. F'olgel' vis.
rni i M. D avis, e t. at.. th irty thi-e acres
Easley townsip wi'as sol to A. W-'
o!ger lot' 5.300.
Monxexiy xxmi.ti' 1:r- getting eiC' fill thle
- peit y sohl las.t lMnday broughxlt fair
.Onie of tiihe lesanieK eiints of the sea
mi wias the umrrxixag' ofl Mlr. Hater lhun.ii
W, Ito1 Mi. lx.la I .xawvrenxce, 1bo th ox(f Pi'-lenxs
'ii OxilI Tiir'Rtil I ecgmbii 'ni22 at thec resi
iinCe Cx pt. FxilIs, of (Centl . I h-v. Mr.
/ijlsoni, if S-inen, lperf fx'rmedl the c'remotny,
hxese youing peiople hav e le'ximnxs o)f frienidi
ho 'i h themn joy fux Ilives.
Mariedi, xtt thle home of tha bridle's par
it's, neaxr WalhllaI, on t he 22d iniist., Mr. i
ohert Lee to Miss T - "'.
-W. Seymour oIlii
Mr. Lee le oxne i;
ounxtg farmers and 12m.
ye heathI. ' Th'le lbrd lx
inv(ed fi'-om Pi('kene2xa
ixny friends anidxa
Tlai i N iws was fo t
piiec'e of the dletleji
DotS Front Piedmont,
Everything passed off quietly durii
Christinas. The young people enjoy4
themselves fine.- Josh did not get to st(
the balloon. It went up and the Profess
made it all right. Everybody has gone i
work. The hum of the spindle is 8ti
heard. Why not have a cotton mill
Pickens some where? There is as thie w
ter power there as there is in the Slate.
cotton miill or two would be as good an e
terprile as the rdilroad, though I. have not
ing to say against the railroad. Let. son:
One write Up the cotton mill. C.
Watch out for mistakes In dates fR
awhile. 1H92 will be written for 1893. ]
is to be hoped that all the good resolvt
will be earried out.
During t he holidays Mt. II. II. Lynel
wife and dauighter Eva-, of Knob, and M1
Sidney 1. Edens and sister Belle, visite
ielatives and friends in and arouud OateA
We hope they m ill come ag inl.
Mrs. Jones and the little Jones' spent th
irat of the holidays in Anderson county.
Mr. Henry Bowet, of Easley, will locat
is saw mill in this city in a few days.
holiday Notes frona Looper.
Christmas about here was void of an
eiellents. The young men engaged mooi
y in hunting and maniy rabbits were kille(
The health of the community is general
y gool, except a few cises of measles.
M r. M iles ingletou killed a porker whic
ve Iihed 430 pouind.
Mr. J. P. Robiuson slaughtered a ho
ix ionthsi anid one (lay old that weiglie
!05 pounds. This was the best pig in ou
An .nusua' amount of moving has takel
Capt. 0 W. Gritl1n has moved into hi
iew ftine residence which has just beei
:omplete1d by M. L. Jones & Bro.; Browi
. Foster has moved into his residence
tev. 0. V. Singleton las moved from W
4. Iughes' to S. P. loWinson's; Mr. Ab
Villiains and family have moved to Pelze
actory; C. C. Jones has moved to Grov,
tation and will take chargz! of Mr. F. E
IeKinzie's dairy farm; Mr. Elijah Jone
las m1ovt (I into our coimmunity.
I will tell you of a marriage that is to bi
oonl. It is a secret now.
Mr. Mac. Hill and Miss Cox, daughter o
1. W. Cox, were marri-d last Siunday.
From Fort H1il.
Christmas, the merry season of the year,
4 ovrr and Fort Itill line fallen hack iitt
ts former busy state. This Christmla
ike many others, has brought pleasaii
nemories to Ilmind, -4d to sipme it hma
Iought gifts froim absent friends wh<
ave taken advantage of the season to ex
ress their feelings by the time-honorc
ustom of inaking Xias gifts.
While the 23th of December was a da
f rejoiing to so mlaiv, yet to one be
eave(d family I know, it brought, deepesl
orrow. Suinday af't'ternoon we wece at tlt
Icath-bed of Mr. John 11Ibertson, of Sen
ca, a former einploye of Clemson Coil, -re
t was truly v heartrendin)g sight to see t.
xpressi-,ios of grief and to hear the pite
ims screams of the poor bereaved family
'et we could do ii, thing but offer t hein thi
-onsolation of religi"n, viz: A hope be
,ond the grave for those who trust in God
(he deceaaed was about 75 years of age
md leavt.3 A wife and stveral children
onie of wlian are quif.e small.
We had the pleasure of wairing an al<
U-colnse on. Si.nday lust at the First Bap
ist Chmreb of Senbey, hv the lRev. Dr
2is. Manly. of FuIn:n lnive^ity. Ili
we:e basId up- the l3th v. i
i 1st ehliter 1st Epistle of Peter. ''lh
ext was adnirahly aidled ti) the edilia
ion oIf a large aini ittenitive :ui4dience. Ib11
bl; tv ali.o preahedl in thme eveing from
Numbi~ers, lith chapiilter :i4i h v: 'n bi(lI
alI 1d thle namne of thamt plac(e Kibtumth-hat
aatah, becae:-,e there th uiedC thle pC
le I ta t ie." 'I . here w'ere twt) add it r'on
>y let ter, a lady from W~al hall a amI Mi
dcCravy from the Beaverdami Baptis
huimrch of Laurens couniIty, S. C. Dr1
tiaily will Ipreach in the af'ternoon in ti.
necian ical ll of (Clemnson College a
('on1 as the days get longer.
catrs St rodle, Newnmtn and Prume Hl
re Spenin;g the hli damys at their re:;pee
(C'i. we'V'1Rnlli it a }ity wIent gtbnni 0.
esterdtay and1 shIlot twen,-tive rahbits
'le Colonumel isn t to prot~ ud to) eat rabbiit
l'1e conviets were remembered ini the di
ision of the xaune.
Mr. Geo. W. lIell, o)f A nderson , S. C.
ass mo)Ived LI) the miee little town of Cal
oun. lie is en:gaged on th lin he residlenec
f Mr. I lester, wich( is ini process f~ (coim
letion anid whmich will be quite an Iorna
nen)t to thle t on u. Theire are several nes
torts going up.
Mr. Jim) ribbmle is happy over his Christ
inas gift. It's a boy. O.vN.
--The exceutive conIiitihteeC oftlie Twaelv
uns, 8. II. Brown, J. A. Gillini andM
leindricks, are requemsted4 to meet at iek
~ns, C. 11 , on Monda:y, the Iluth, inst.,
o'clock P. Ml
.JIins T1. Ls:wis, chairman.
Notice to k'.ntsiers.
All persons ~t claiminig IpeionsII are hiereb
motiftied to inietet thle bo ard on the :8rd Mois
la~y in .January, which will remini in se:
mlan only a few da:ys. Those whio are uri
ble t,o come andt no dihances4 in propert
mving occuired can be represented b
Ch'rm. B~oardt P ensitonera.
.1. 1. TI fORN iL1E1., Jr.
Januiary, 5th, 1'13. Pickens, S. C.
oi(e & f Finmal~ i'et.tl'eent
I hiereby giv no. :'tilIe thlit I will a pply I
J . BI Newh Iei. JuiIg of P'rob::te f<
Febiruary, I 83. for leav t.> tiimake a th.1
settlhemnIt of t he estate of liennet Frc
nimi decease'Il, and ask to) be dismissed
adin iistrmato -
D)ec. !30--v wI. Aid niii.ist rator.
tm. tMi , i rTil:, .i.\ i.:s .\. mmoy
ri:t ::t Lving al Imamtnent to
([IIEEN ViLL.E, N. C.,
Sub-cribe:1 Capital over $8.000.
Thims Coimpmny rceivyes inteI rest hea rii
j lct to th le usualt ruiles. Ali depos)01itsa
parable oin demamnd wtttioi:t not1ice.
Y'outr deIposit.s -ire as saiI t'e with tis mnst
utioni as wit I any ohther ham.k. IDepolIsits1
eivvod ini anyi amount fromn Onc D)olhar
The oflce of the Company i-: in the b
tional B3ank of Greenville.
IF. F. CAPERS, Sec. and Tres.
iamlin fl,'tt.le, .J. A. fl'ovt,
James HI. Maxwe l, Le .JN Park
U- -reatk Itliay
"Here's at ye Agin."
Kold Cash is the Word.
"It's ago III wivid that.
blows nobody good."5
No coimplallet. thim year
about it, belig "ligger tara
youa t1lolight It was."
Ifyou cautt lpay off youe
Ijest years accoviat, 0-onae
lup like a 'littie vaI1n" a1d
CIoNe it 1by note. Do what
yoa call. 411141 ta'ast tlix
Al Ahamaak for tie balmee.
W. T. McFA L L. f
THE MEAT MARKET.
Pork and Stall fedc Cattle
Wanted. We want eggs, tur
,keys, &c., for Christmas. All
parties wanting a whole hog,
can save money by buying
nmero s as we have a large
nubron hand. Everything(
kept in the neatest order. An
idy is still in the Restaurant
-ready to fix up the meals you
wvant and like you want them.
All ordec's fot meats p)romptly
4BYARS & MAJOR,
PIt'K ENS C. I. i. (C.
nit R.oolns of (lid c ou t Ihouse. novl7m3
Influential foreigh and north
ern syndieates are no0w preparedl
to invest in mineral lands of all
description regardless of cost.
Special attention given to gold,
silver, readl, fin, zinc, bismuth,
antimony, coppler, iron in all its0
-valuable varieties, viz: Pyrites,
spathic, haemitite, magnetic,
L&c. ,cob)alt, arsenical and chronme
ore, asbestos, steati te, marble,
kaolini, mica, muanganese, coal
- Opportunity now occurs to
dlispose of the mineral lands of
y this section which may not oc
cur again. Parties wishing to
avail themselves of this should
have their pro~perties carefully
,investigated, wvhich will be done
on the most reasonable terms.
The cost of prospection is
nothing comp)aredl to the enor
,mous interest you have at stake.
This section of the Carolinas me
contain minerals in quality and
quantity eqlual to any. Appli
- cation should be made at once
-to avoidl delay. Correspond
enlce solicited. Mingeral prop..
ferlies of all dsrponnegoti
at Fr aniy lmnriienhasr~ write to Pick
ensI .ILand A gen cy, PickensH, S. (I.
Barber Shop I
And Iiati h)omP
Ini reatr of 2Ml:1 ,ir,n ilIoipse,
lmENVIJLE, H C.
fly .I. i New lery, l.Muirle, leot .I. igo.
W hereas, .l. E. Ga rrrh- k notvle stit to
mo1( ti t!rnult h im letteri of ad ut tnistrat Ion of
iTheie aire there.fore to ~cate an d namon~itsh it
aml sinrob,r the kindired! and treditors of the
snmid . A Fti ergutsont deceased, thtt, thoy
Si.el d pear bie! ore tme in t he I 'robaour t,
to b he PAi at iken wi'outrt iliuse, S. C., ont the
iith tay of ,Jan uairy, I1893, tecr ptublic'ationi
ernor att ii I oe'c lo ie foroeon, to how
enuisi, il nnty they basie, why time unid admnaI
trtat i ihid not heO grated.
Givenm ;undelr tmy handtu thlit 3rdl day of .Jai
l: ini tton htudetd nasevert
EIAGOOD, Bi &
wigh all their Custoieri? aA
More 1rosperous tMat the one just
They are'tntic1h encouraged with tiae
ronage asd f1he pronaptstess or niost o
toniers Its vateetiang their obligations. 1
are still open For all delianquentm. E
laxt day or grace find you disfigured
A large lot of Plows. Plow Stockk
Furna Iipleneutm ready for business.
As good Flour,.as nneeh of it, and
We ladle netthing but, reliable goo
knxiouis for your trade.
00PS AT COST.
Now is your time to buy.
n order to reduce our Sto- ot OoodS to prcront breaking and wasto in
ving to our New Store next to the Postollice wo will sell aniything iu our
For the Next 'Thirty Days.
rott wili wis-s a bargain if you do not enhraneo this opportunity.
Vo will sell you Goods so cheap that your neigh hors will think you stole
HUNTERl & HAWTHORNE.
&-One good horse or mule ai(n a good one-horse wagon, (Markley make,)
sale cheap for cash or on time.
anuary, 5th, 1893.
arriages, Buggies and Wagons,
TO CASH BUYERS!
We etffr at. !CEDUCE~ PllCES,
Ciarriages, BJuggies and W'agons.
COME, EXAMINE AND) BUY.
~he Greenvile Coach Factory,
H. C. MAR K LEY, Proprietor.
W'. SIRRIM~E, S-,'periuntenden~ 't. ap30y1
A nice lot of lhr
&c., (o go at COST.
Lamps, Table and
many other things too numerous o m
tion at greatly reduwed price:s.
Oranges, Apples, Candy, &c., for the
Xmas trade. Call early and avoid the
rush. T1he P ickens~ Cash Stove;
.CofTee, Suwar, Rice, Lard, &.,
J. T. L EW IS & SON.
e'bruary f, i892- Pckera s. S. C.
PASS THIS BY
Or A NETYJg} JlAT
Fo-r at little m e. byItjil a3; ll menas l, seeQ ouhr
Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods!
If you don'it, you1 will ilve toh rerret it, for we hIYe theO
Newest Slock in (Gr'euville !
Anud weenCu p.lease the mosl)t fasttIdiu 1(0.in
STY E, iT A & PiJUTOE ,
on't let sa
mad Out 6
as cheap as
da and are
J. J. LEN IIS. jt :,Us I
'l he Pickeeh I,a<l -\geno nowi has
the tollowhi tt-s!rtl1 lanidp:
')o n-re.s i 2 'ii(' h Il.w Li erty: 125
a high Stitle (of ',I : g''4 ,
d%wf,-Hiltz% 111141 oth.r hous, s: level
mi lnl iin in P'i -keni e m :tri
,50) aeres on1 w,li r r'ok. c.4,1goi
!ure Iilnd: I. , r s i '4e 4 V.n14 : 1 1
Picke oni E-:."I'y l4d 1 I Nmi- 1-1
w eor jim,er 2ih li I . v Il
press. tinl,] 1loN,1 svt %N t-il ( d k i%1h I
ftliv W i1 4'41 i -l4411:11 !,v . 1 . .....
tonm. (i Cottonwiad grain 1Iid.
d wellhlignitidolle good 1-'"inat hgnel,
enls.v i i''1ld iwovintl- ,s.tc
vitnyard , o einids, tc. Fitkely tirni
INu neres oil wtters of Sala liver. .
Pienswit (:rf)ve church atid schlool
ncresv Ih-rvdI hut11 neres brandiIch
""bl PoInM! wilteri'a - ll-ive ;1%w
' i r of lim-1 inl Ilurlivanne tow
Dalto . -in twrcs i 1 ntivntifnil ballinc
nalt forest ILIillItiiz ill Ile best p4
weoll % ntired -. j; rlow, '1650, Mi-nhif vt
it 8 per clit.
IL) neren 3 miles (if Lilerty on the
'"reenvilk- to ()h.it Ilinkmnh: IV, rIc4
timn hahutin iie i fino pc ann1 (ik ti
diviio- int) three or four tract,: t
uents on the jIowe; a raIre hnLlrgadit.
A .oms-114 tit onl i al t th he
vini srt r.t: gom-d I, W) story lou.e wi;'
ptn olit htilidfInIms.
!'X) nor4.i n lhicusvillt -lm ,i --
fron 4;rt-.-1 ville 4n pubbe rov#!, I-.'
tivItio . n0a11-1sil1l . i) m m.4 t
10i ln4'e 3 iiie "f r' i !rnlt 4 .f I i i
Whurch ande 14choo.; wil b.aidk sp.e
shi.40 nr in (1 e.1t 14vati4o, 4p)eK
10 ers .1 ru411 ie w4I.ofPcn
vnt1ion3, 10 ne4'r44s bottoi)n, 1I norte'i i
,4o4)d le4; houi4se, 544 ne.4res fine
feneed . ',1:th!4. for (fou.1r ho4rse; th
A dei rabjle Icot 4on tunlinI It Feet,
1taini1ng I. aere, 1.ood)4 l;talpl hIln
i' town1: 5.r hee.*.
A fa4rlin of 238s ne.res 4 iiiles w
30O nere4.s c le:tred. h41 ane III g,
wa'ter,d by) Creek 141nd siti ls
11o'143'h un't w'hoo hoioo; desl
hood4(: p'raice 1:w,1.
u':3 (4ere.'4 northwat?1i of, Symmll' '
11n cuatlt an, 25 aa''t inl bgtto
good4 1:1. b I in1.; .fli ater and - 1.
telrIns1, 14 5er 4.enft.; tir.ue 3 v'e;ns.
A 41plendat hi fa rim of too theree.
Picken tI' eind'd rondIl: thr
h4.(In.4es, 4t'4 nlerts in1 hh1.h IItate 4
noteiis becst Tw'1vde ( Ml le bottornl(:
th aw: 414. i d ire olf Inl ne4rE1.' I
wel of nl4 F 1.r . an iw4 1.ood44 hpr
Us' n''re 1:en4.lr '('ntralt withI 75
a It n1iti- ': on; go 1)0,i V.4'
hal w44',4 i', orest; li4ne
1'o44l nI er11111 1u ne4'4',.iary b1'311h
SI41 e' ju't 4north(4 f Iekom141l
ralte ln '- 't in 'itl111ivatio , 1I
1>-st boti ', .44114. 1ine4. hu4ibling 1
For3 any4 1 Artienlars9 ivr1te,
Neither'i onet wans worthl :
Ge1o. I NSUIIE Y( )'Its
lo4we(st knownsi. You ':m' (ai ar41
than i:.truetae cul!
I ll,~i r4lI~44nalt' 'Ti'om CalIifor
'kI is a Dem'ocraItic gaIn.