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-R. A. Ik>wen Esq., has been re-appoin
ted United States deputy marshal
-The Eighth Circuit will bo called in
the Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 18th,
and will have four days.
--A somewhat unusual lunar phen omen.
on occured during the month j;st closed
Two full moons have come and gon e with
in the mouth of January.
-Married at Saluda Hill church, on Sun
day the 29th, ult., Mr. Alonzo Cassell, of
North Carolina, and Miss Marina Clark, of
North Greenville. Matthew Gillispie, Esq.,
notary publlc performed the ceremony.
- What appears to be a reniarkable case
of faith cure has been revealed in Colum
bia. Mrs. Ann Eliza Tutt, the wife of a
printer there, ban been a helpless paralytic
for eighteen years She had been attended
by the best physicians of that city and had
also tried prominent specialists and they
all told her she was incurable. She beleiv
ed that she was put here for some purpose.
A faith cure minister called on her and
talked with her. She read the Bible con
tinually and prayed that Gotd would spare
her for a good purpose. She dreamed she
was walking one iight and next morning
sitting in her chair she said she thought slI
heard a voice saying "Arise, take your ch.ir
and walk." There was a chair close iy
which she caught hold of and began t"
walk. Since then she has been growing
stronger and stronger every day.
To Openo In July.
The board of trustees of Clemson college
met at Fort lill on Wednesday, 1st inst.
Proper steps and arrangements for the
opening and management of the college
were comipleted and all bisiness that came
liefore the board was diRposed of. Col. J.
L. Orr, a member of the board from this
city, was seen last night by at News report
er and gave the following statement of the
It was decided to open the college on
Thursday, the 6th day of fJuly. All the
professors are re<lilested to be there on the
29th of June. excep' the professor of phy-y
sics, who will coie n advance to arrange
his apparatus. At the request of the board
most of the professors were at Fort lill
and submitted a scheme for the college
course. Four year's study are required to
obtain it degree, which will be a very com
prelensive course and the standard will be
high. For the purpose of aceommnodating
young men who are unable to take a full
course, a two year's cmurse has been provid. I
ed, which is not so thorough, nor do the
studies extend to the highest branches.
Such stuidents as are proficient in this
course will obtain irt r iticate to that effect.
A very thorough course of chemistry iathe
matics, pure n11)1 appied, physics, nechanl.
ics and aigriculttire, lals bven provided,
while English history and driawing. hoth
Ilechianicl and free had, will be taught.
''he reguht' sessionl will open on the tirst
Thursday in December. tlis giving a full
ten months' course, with a few days for re.
creation in the summer about tie first of
Regular work will be done on Saturday
as well as on the other five days of the
week. The college will be under military
deisipline, and tle coM andanit will he a
graduate of West Point-ia South Carohn
iln W1.) has gainled dintinletion both in the
-cientitic and military world.
There are 1,000 applications on file for
admission. but as a good nisny of these
were made eighteen nonths ago when the
college was first expected to open, nmany
applicants have imle other arratngeltents
since th'n. "'My impression is.'' said Col
onel Orr, "from the best infor:nation oh
tainable at present, that the coll-ge will
open with between four and five hundred
students. Those who wish to go should
file their applieations without delav if their
inames have not alreadv been seit in. The
loss (if Praof. Strio de as piresident of thle
co Ilege is regarde'd by ninny of thle friendls
of thle institution as a serious one, but it is
foart unate that lhe has consentedl to remnaiin
as p)rofesihr of mnathmemtatic'. It was hoeied
that we would lbe abile to select a new pres
ident at the laist mneetintg wholi could take
cha~rge of the 'eiieral aiffairs (of the college,
hut it laeing iimpossibtle alt that timie, the fac
ulty prFesent were reqluested to seleet a chlair
man to act as presidenit not il (tie wais eleet
ed, amid two other nmemtbers of the faculty
tea assist himt in the general plan of organi
"Col. J. S. Newmnan, the professor- of''>
agricultucre, Mr. IInt diin, p)ro)fe-ssor'f chem
istry, and C. W. Welsh, pirofess<.r (if phty
Sies, wvere se-lectedh for these positioans.
Cootmmunientionis in regard to thle college
shl d tie adudressedl to Ctoleonel Newman.
"A thior'ough water supply has been p)ro
vidled nde a contract has lie-ci made for
electric light. A large liarris-Corless en
gine and boiler have been conmtractedl for
aind arrangcments were madec for the equip
ment in thle most subistantial and modernt
ma' ner foi the teachting of the agricultural,
metchianical and scientifie branches.''
Fa ...d Localn.
There htas baetn a great deal of sickne-ss
in this section, your coi'respoindentt being
onie of the pat ients. lBut we are thank ful
to report. that we are able to be out again.
Mr. Wmi. Et'att, wvho lives bttweent this
lace(~ aitd Ooenay-, has a small c hild lying1
seriously ill. It is attended by Drc. Cren
ik,r to Mir. and1( Mrs. J1. B3. R. Freeman,
a sont, wveighinog twelve l)oundis aind a half.
Miss Margairet liill, a e:aptivatinmg young1
lady ''' asIley, visited the family o f Mr.
Ja' .4rris duoring h21st week.
tn Yomnmg folks oaf t his sect ion w"re
given a dhelighit fuml and( eiijovabtle party :at
the residenice of Jase. L. Brown on the.night
of the 31st, tilt.
Yourit correspondlent celebrated his birthI
day ont thle 310th ult., withI a lig dlinnuer.
As it is not frupuent ly the case t.o tell the
age of a swappiing heorse, we will withhold
We are coinstrainedh to commn-d the edt.
tcr of the Se:Nrrin, Mr. Chins. E. Rcobintson
for his recipircocal libecrality. We are nowt~
a recipient of a free subseription to thec
ME~NmTNEL. Many thanks to you, Mr. Rob
We wouled like very much to te-lI our
w~ort hy friend, if lie is a rcewler of t.he Swa
'TIsar. which we hiave' ino donut, hot whtat lie
is, ntear this place, teo lie a little careful
about htitching his imule the ne(xt tinte he
goes tea see I.s girl. We knowv it ma;nke
himit feel very bashiful fear his mule tei get
ashuamned oaf his staying so long and( leave
The farimers have gotne to itining the
soil again ato pclaitt mtore 71 and 8 cents ciot
toni. WVe will predict that if the ftarmecrs,
conttinuie to raise coittont at these prices,
pay 1 24 antd 15 (mitts a piond feor their
omeat, (for thIey don't raise it,) atnd votig
for Gov. TIilm uain and "lenformi'' legislature
ini two y'ears frcam now thiere will lie more
mien weaiiig patcede breeches andh hole
shoes thtain Pickens county ever witnessed.
Yeteay 'morg at tho re ence
lie c-ifty, a1 vu 'pr'etty, queiet, happy we'd.
ding tooak plaice. Ancdrewv .Jackseai Jonte's
andlMiss Susie Lenodhart Gairrisoan were jin.
eel in thle htely bocnds of matritmony lay
the liev. N .J. IIohntes, of the Secondie
Rloht. L,. Ambtler wvas best man anid Miss
Mamite .Jariatt was baest girl. Thle
oather at tenidaints we're, WV. WV. ChIiheres ande
Miss Susie Me ilgh; Walt er West ine Miss
Ecta McGee ;1H. S G arrison alnd Misc
l!an'lce D)outl' '. A large numbier ofl the
f'rientds of the happiy coup)0 lerve frotm the
city and from the surrieonding counutry to
wit nest the event. A ft er the ceremony
congratutlat'onis feolloawed and the party
dlrive inito toawn. Mr. and Mrs. .Jea,
tok the 12. 10 C. & 0. train fear Columbia
and other points followed lay thtegood wish-.
es of many friends..--ew; ti
t to Anderson last week
F. Ansel was In town
llen, of Central, was in
are very much behind
orses and mule from Ten
*n this week.
y has had a telephone
-ore to his house.
FMorgan, of Dicusville,
T town this week.
H n11 list is being increased
time to subscribe.
net o hear that Walter Grif.
\d hope he will soon be
B. Richardson visited
father Mr. Thomas
, gets $750,00 of the ap.
t \proveinct of Southern
,le re selling in the New
b cents apiece and fresh
e wiln while at work on
during the pretty sun
i wen, has suspended hier
on account of the bad
I uner term.
r . Herald, whi-h correct
nt cold wave, says the
is now over.
c er returned from Fort
tit)le said snow fell there
ly an inch deep.
1. J. Carter, of Atlanta,
V(with Airs. Carter's par
W. 11. Ashmore.
it here were soic what
a y morning to Illid the
11 covered with sleet.
el and ex-Sheriff Hich.
le last Saturday. Sher
tI himself to a fine bug
's St. Valentines day.
i0uld not forget to send
e usual mi.ssives that
ew Y-varm i sunshin,ie last
e 1 by the farners. In
e th looked fresh from
lexander, one Oconee
t, larmner.-, has purchased
tec on Crow'Creek, and
'uissioners are hereby
lusley road this side of
h. in a terrible condition
cl to have a call last
. 1). F. Bradley. lie
e spent the day Wit h
arn that Elmer Boone
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L.
aartow County, Texas
uar y, uift.
s, of Coltuinba, made
trners last Monldav ill
trtiliz-r, after which
natph '.r Proceedings to the
,all i t niext week.
ropierimitte of the Twelve
rntai met last Monday to
to~4 1(5 rise oney to pay'
,jitedne.ss of tihe associa
complete their wyork
I ./ Sentinel and you will
'l merchant in GIreenville
' s been greatly benefited
Spa~per. The aid. dlid not
0! ut had4( been thei mieants of
or 43l00. worth of goods.
ritlln dlropped ini last, Sat
1 a year ill adlvance for
e says the SEN'ilN Hr. has
t.o his family tlhan anly
>onght for the amount (If
.elittedl his children more
LCt Of Central, is ini town
igMessrs. Norton & Ash
~oop of t,ohacco, and1( he
to thiem. le had five
1a year and is well leas1
his crop. lie proposes3
en acres niext year. -
ainy is in from Franklin
to pay Mr. J. 1). loldler
1 is1 in a land of pilenty.
>rn 35, pork 8 to 9 cents.
mee couinty when a bilg
Sn Missouri a Miss Porter,
d 0lom t his county, and who
t im'of Mr. .Jacob Lewis,
o pi' goodl crowdl iln at
IpSm 's hast, Monday. The
y;macres in l)aeusvile
f 6prn jif E. ii. Brock. et.
'. ".' P. Verner, Mtas
in Pumpkintown town.
Anna Dora Fleming vs.
ord about "Character
(lant caricaturing. pure
u , we have never seen it
r, is ai miodel of purity,
n . Wereconmmend1 es
nig lectures:' vthuireb
'"On the Fence,"
or* vil Around the Stump,''
erit Bug Convention'' and
10 1 . Rlollins is selling the
lag are that the UiTon Al
ichcl nre now located at
1g, Marion, McCali's and
COntinuei(d. It is reportedl
operaitinig the stores hais
Sfitale, anid will as soon
to wit hdraw~ their capli
ath. Theli AIlisance has
se stores have saved the
ssociation a great deal of
(copie( are in a fair way
(1(1 esLtablishied at, this
raisedl moneyv enough to
lhe Oolenaoy Iipt is - A aso
ession appoinated ITenry
GIriflin, Charles Anuthonmy,
hoard of trust(ea, and
(purchase a lot and( erect
iey got suflecit funuds.
the lot and hope soon1 to
. Their efforts arc Coml.
ild be encoumragedI.
t4)r Ensor atided by Depui'y
wag inigs, J1. Ii. King and(
buggy >turedl au (eighaty gallo1
rTorkey ('rck Mountain
.28.. t. The still andl a linge
awas dlestroyced. There
&7lt till but. thre-e got, away.
era to 11. Lwis .Jacob Lewis,
t Of CO A i'lsou and1( J. L,.
1 t uornley where thev prompit
mut r their pretin.inary examul
I will preach at Bethlehem school house
on the second Sabbath In Februtary, at 11
o'clock. Same day at Bro. Sam 11rown's,
at 4 o'clock. E. A. MOKIssiOK.
-Car load of fine Mules anl Horses for
cash or on good papers. Cone ani see us
if you want a good horse or mile.
. GI. GArN8s & lio.
Central, 8. C.
EnITOn SEISiNEL: Your Field co.res
pontent asks who would tell how many
tines "Collin" was mentioned in the Bible.
It is oily nientioned c11C. Gen. L c.,
20 v.-"1o Joseph died, being an hundred
and tenl years old ; antd they einbalined him
and lie was l1it ill a Coli1 in Egypt.'
We will ask how many times is "grl"
mentioned ill the B3ible. L. .
For the second tinie will stand in the
porlico of the beatitiful National Capitol
on March 4th, 1893-and be inaugurated
President of the United btates.
What a great event this will be, and what
a countles nultitude N ill be there I
A vast number will conic from the South
and Southwest, and nost of these will take
tlie Iiclimond & Danville It. R.--the great..
st Southern systein.-Its regular service of
three claily trains, running solid, between
Lhe South and Washington, including the
anly vestibiled linited, conposed exclusive.
ly of Pullman Palace drawing room andi
Elining cars, will, on this occasion, be great
ly augmented by the most completed arranq
ment of extra service ever offered;by Ithis
Excursion tickets at: the rate of?a'are
ani a third for individuals, and one fare
for party of military, twenty-flve.or more,
will he sold on Marlch 1, 2, 3, and for train
to arrive Washington by noon of March 4.
Valid, returning, until March 8th, 1893.
Further infornation obtainable from any
igent of this system or of its connections.
A Lie Nalcd.
I hereby certify, that I have today
lolivered to Sloan Bros, two boxex ,
branded in stencil "Buists Prizo
,dedal Seeds," and that the railroad
vay bill and bill of lading show that
he stme were shipped, by Robt.
3uiAt, Jr., from Phliadelphia, Pa., in
he imlouth of Janutr% 18'J3.
Signei,) C. E. WATSON, Ag't.
Air Line Railroad.
Greenville, S. C., Jan. 1893.
This settles a lie that an interested
)arty has been publishing in tho SEN
INEL, leading the public to believo if
ve offered Buists seeds they would
)> old stock.
OUR CLUBBING OFFER.
I Farm and Stock Paper to Every
Subscriber of The Sentinel
Read our Offer Below,
We dere to please ouir large fantily of react
r:,. ail are gltit to iaTac thl at'we have
itile atrreagvmnent, with the pbti:ishers of the
"'armer's Cilt ite ittill Ilomt ( '011upan11ion). of If klu t
ngtoln, I1cti. nat, whereby we are etalleti to give
o ota r stal,-ribers tw-o laliers for almost the
ont of one.
'i'llis Is "UR i FFE.It:
'o alll who IMv acrrar-tges and $ti.2 t ad
aacee we wVil seneI tle M:ENT1. an.d t.ie Farm
r's (;tiile atct itome tc ompitaion. one year
To nIew c scaimribers iiti intileria will be ment
or one year fter $ v.i, cclh in ativancee,
'le su bsis!ri pt imn prive taf the SY:NTIN IS $1.00
i ai iitiveac. a tile liri-c of the vartner's Guel
a4i ilain1e tTltT'n 1Ii ii i liftl- cent. , but by mpe
ial trraingements we van giv e bli papors for
The Farmer's Guidle and liTe ('com1palionl
Ta 'ighat-pae . tc' y-c t mi emi-in.th. t.... .a.rm
Tactl l ich la paplc.r. It i. ful t actVluatbitle int
armtcatIiamtear thetc amer ,a tok re:tiser canel
aous.ekejeer. It is a impier ev,ery lFarmaer shocuhci
DN'caime in ;a~to ce(.
Better Than an En
'he Mlost Won eaterfult Puebtaliin ever issuead.
Praess' atad iPubtlic,
liNticaeM anbl , ~itiMq Chmbine,
A kancrma of America~ Hidtery.
A Comaplete llitaryor eaur Gov'ernmeant bay Ad
ainbittrutatons andii ('ongeressaa'es. t,atest 1802 Ett I
iont, -16xli10 ina'tc (targesct ever parinateet). Mouna
eel oan roltlecraa at topan bcIIottomta.
liy scpec!tia arrantgemaen'its with the pcublishers
Vie are eae to obltAan ea lttmbaaer oft thIe aboc'vec
nen'atiedi% Ma'a, actact prcctacse teo tat nis jh eL tea
ateh af ouir acelbscribers. 'Thie Mceap isc a taees's'e
y tia every' hcotme, s'lcoot Car aatfare, cat w'ill bae 'e
,ee IIty <lesl rale( tC) refer to etaaily <at ring tho
:ottinag aolt ial entin aitgn, aes it etesC at a
[hetante every impacrtcant facat conn tecteci with thea
tistory of tour caut ry atc Amae-i icant poalitie.
Ti'I i)(t'illl .'tA' ( ')NT1A iNS:
A l)iagramta shaowing tall of thae Polaiticai Pearl
tics. Ixla. A4
A i)tingrama Showainag tall the Pcresidaets ancd.
!aa'ine . 1i1xc'a.
A I )icCractn Showinltg thce Polit icalt ~tmplexiotn.
t eatch Concigressa. 2xclm.
A t)iagream Shocwing theo Crcutcs of tha~e worldi.
A I)iagrcamSheowing lthe Stati ling Armiaes eaf
':caah Nati tni. l:3x10l.
A Iliiegramet shocwing the Naveal iCmTnnage of
-:teh'I Naetiona. 13x 10.
A e't'omltet Mapl eat the word. 13620.
.\C ('catnlete Mat eat theat t'tnited states,a Ranad
dC'eNaly at 'cap *iaxam.
A Map act C'ettreal A~ me(rCen. l0x10.
A Mcapeco(a Altaska. 10)xt3.
A Mapl caf SouthI Africaa. l0x 13.
A Mapj Ccf I tpper Nubiaa aetaci Labesh Car A haytsi
A Mapl of P'ersia, A(KatianIc anal iHecluctana.
A 'eatnletec Macp oft the Sohlar System- -htet ev
'r mae'. tax10O.
wVasiliN(.TION 'TO li Iltis<N.
it ael'c give' itn bcriet:
''The itoray oft c'alcaial Poailities.
Theac istaory eat itc"v'atinacary i'al ities.
'Te IIistoary catf the 'c'tteceratiota.
Thelai' toIcry cat tac t'. S. Goeventtaant bcy (ama
'The i istory' catf the' '. 5. lay .tAuminist ratlleats.
An t AnTaalysis catf tha' Fee'Crcal Govaeranenta.
\'abiccthie Sl-etistic's aoa lachcs.
V'ahtcaable Stal t ti ca on ieaencte's.
Vateclual Stactist ic'' ccn t,xtcplld itue.
lses' of'c actcll Polttuc ica pa tie",
'l'ie llistory eaf call Pcoliical P,eties wicha haave
x ii at it h t is acoutrty.
A' ('hrnologaici Itale' of 319a eat thec moacst hni
cccra tat 'een tromatha Di.ac o cve ry eat Ataneia
'atahe prne' ant cicy.
Tae pubttl I-hcra parlac' Is %5.0l whiatch Is very loaw
m-Ta tieg ilitaaemerits. buet we tat c'onnTe-ctiona
thal cate oae ac ectlainig publalilhers it all the
-late". hncva' beccn fcrtupatee in arancging foar
noauaght ta tiurniihI act ontly l10 acantal c:thCdliv'er
'atre troIc anty part cat the I 'nited 'Statles, ta' fcai
1st. 'T'o anyc newl ctbcra'ibe'r.
'Mi. 'T'o any renewal ccthseriber.
3d . T'c atcy sublsc'ribter aaow hat a,rrarsn who paays
ala teo.tata ary ta' n x t.
As t he plc~~ i"ihCrs limitOII th' timea' taey will 1fair
a idah tese mt.1px at I'teaa ow prices, we'advis'le all
whoac ale-ire tcc aaaitl themt"elves eaf thtis eapporatu
italy to aettet ICo it tat eance
_ TRADE MARKS,
Fo nomton and' fr aook writo to
OlUNN bra? o 86 a anAaWAY, NEw Yom'
Oldes bureu foraaouring patensts in America.
Every patent taken out, bay us Is broucght,. baefora
t,ho publIt by a not.io glyven freo of chaargo in the
Shd idl rat IL NtiacIiont
',nn e ou At. Weky $\ .0
With a little more push and a little
more grease in the shape of Kold
Kash from last years surplus,
will soon be able to start on its jour
ney through a new year. But it takes
Spondulicks to start it.
You do the Spondulickin now, right
now, in the month of February, and
we'll do all the Scotchin' and Lockin'
up bill and down, for all the balance
of the year. We are getting in our
work now and more of it coming, and
here's what we start with.
To Close out Cheap!
All heavy Winter Goods, like
Quilts, Blankets, Boots, Rubbers,
Clothing, Flannels and Liuseys but
:nly a small quantity left, and we are
4etting in all kinds of supplies for
Spring trade. We must eat and
work and work and eat.
W. T. McFALL.
What About Meat ?
Pork is now bringing a fancy price,
so just trot it in while people or hun..
gry; because other things will take its
place pretty soon.
We will just say to our customers
that we still keep the best Meats in
the way of Stall Feed Beef that can
is still the centre of attraztion-as
mnuch as you can eat for 25 cents.
BYARS & MAJOR,
l'IEsENs C. II.. . c.
East Rooms of old court houso. mnovi7
Published at A tlanta, Ga.
THlE FARMER'S FRtIEND),
A HOME cOMPANION.
IIas Already 156,000 Subscrbers---The Larg
1st Circulatioin of any weekly Newspaper
IN TIlE wolRLD.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEERLY
Itsi Agrienltural Departnsent
is the best in the land.
Its WVoman's and Cil dren',.
columins are of unusulal dlotr estic in)terest.
Itm Special Features cost more
money than is paid by ANY TEN South
ern papers combined for general reading
Its New,. Coluunsi Cover the
13ill Arp writes for it.
D)r. Tahuiage preaches for it.
.Joel Chmandle'r I larris (Uncle Remus),
Wallace P. IReed and Frat.k L. Stantonu are
reglairly emiployed'( by it.
A. M. Wier(Sarge Plunketi) has a week.
Mark Twain, Robert L,ouis Stevenson,
IRudyard Kipling, Frank Stock ton, IRichard
Malcomb .Johnston, atndi the best literary
genius of thec world contribute to its cot.
IT IS A MAGAZINE I
AND) EVElRY ISSUE IS AN ED)UCATOR
ONIY $1*0A YEAR.
Agents wvantedl in every locality. Money
for agents in working for it.
SEN D FOR1 SAl E PI COIES.
NEN (1ving thet nett!resaes of you rself
NI X aral live' nei~ghors who want free c*op
NAYN EtS le. ry/"write~ for agent'sa termsa.
(B"'Uufb of six for Five Dollars a year.,
ATIl.A NTlA, GA.
'r' E l'NI DESGEkrset'lyinforms hisA
rooa: (over the G;reentvtlle N ia tai l lan k
w laere hte will ttinue ata o Shta.l e, if air t, Sham.
poo &c., int the mfoat atrtistia style.. laoping by
at aitt anad partupt; aittetion het willI milt your
paa~ tatrnae in the fu,tutr' ,as it the pastt.
Also, I aim agent for litIke ''i(elebaratedi Hair
adlane. fosr p.revenations of 1-th n eas.eleaninug the
Scalip, remnovimrn I)andtritif anad allaying irrita
tion aund aother dtiseaties of thte Scalpj.
C. J. Holloway,
T misn t~?.3GNILE8 .
last day a
'2Now is your
In order to roduco our Stock of Go
moving to our Now Store next to the
For the Next
You will miss a bargain if you do r
We will sell you Goods so cheap th
Xi-One good horme or mulo and a
ror sale cheap for cash or on time.
January, 5th, 1893.
We offer at REDUCED) PR1CES,
H. C. I
0. W. IIR RINE, uperl
Is Still ini the I
A nice line of Cali<
close out at cost. S
Men's Shirts, etc., at
D)on't forget that
and will sell them as
For the NEXT SI
make a general cleari
for Spring Goods.
No old Stock allc
J. T. L
N. Bl. All who owe Lewis
if they don't come to see them
February. 1, 1892.
Assigned Stock of
I Offer $15j,
These Goods are markc4down to
portunity of your life to obibin the b,
of (Greenille. Doors willia opn
the wholesale Slaughter leill begini.
I(WCcmeo early and get first choi<
Grenvij J a. .
i all their Customers a pros
irosperous that the one just
eanueh encouraged with the I
a Me promptness of nost ol
a1ieeting their obligat ioas. I
opent for all delinquents. Ei
f grace find you disfigured i
;lot of Plows, Plow Stocks
plenents ready for buines.
I Flour, as much of It, and j
die nothing but reliable goo
6r your trade.
o time to buy.
ds to prevent breaking and wasto in
Postoffice wo Will sell anything in our
ot emnbranco this opportunity.
at your neighbors will think you stolo
& HA WTHORN E.
pod one-horse wagon, (Markley make,)
ies and Wagons,
ties and WVagons.
INE AND) HUY.
ILITE, s. 0.,
WIAR KLEY, Proprietor.
1ead on Bargains.
:oes, WVorsteds, Etc., to
hoes, Towels, Shawls,
greatly reduced prices.
ve still handle Stoves
cheap as anybody.
XTY D)AYS we will
ng sale to make room
>wed to accumulate in
EWIS & SON.
Pickens. S. C.
k Morris may look out for "Tup"'
beCfore February I st.
J .. sTLocx.
Lased the Entie
Goods lielonging to
l)OO Vorth of
3 an<d GENTS FUR-'
at a Sacrficc.
flaulghterinlg Pi ice,s. Now i the op
iggest Bargain ever offered mn the city
nI Monday morning at seven o'clock andi
MIaaul t lnkta.t
E & CO0,
r their eums
1n'it let tle
Lud out of
to cheap as
is and are
J. J. LEW IS. JULIUS E. BOGCg
Land . Agency!
The Ilekenx Laict Agency now has for sale
tle following desirable land0s:
2iO tcres Il itiles below Liberty; 125 acres Iin
I high state of eciltivation; )o(I orchards'
iwelliigs jual other housem; Tevel; the bet
imptl inrin in Il'ieokes county: terms easy.
50 acres on Wolf creek. good farming or pas
ure lain!; 20 acres In cltivation; I cnile from
Vickenim on lEnsley rotil : it thim plice is good
witter power with grist nill, cotton gin 0nid
)ress. Wnl (louble set wool cards mith bornhr and
Ltl fixtlreS; all run by Leffel witer wheel
Iwolling houlse with well of good tter and ali
teressnry onul I ni0gs; alro house for miller; a
lesirabli aeil 1rolitible place(!. Termns eal,y.
15 acrts on ' ownii Cree - 0ne inile west of Pik
'na; slileiil lower: saw inill, vottoin gin, feed
,r incm conteleiser, pou er press, grlss niill, mill
rm'w bouse, nichii y in operation: good run
f Ceustoill; onie-hilf ensh, bailice easy annual
Z" iere on graded road to putnpkintown, 4
ulles northo f Ilckens. Onei htindred acret in
ithitivition; *5 teres best Twelve %tile river hot
oin. Gowd o110i annl graini littid. One good
I welling and (e good tenant house. Terms
3asy. Liberal iliscoit for all spot vimh.
16,000 acres iniountaitin land; good for range,
vineynrds, orchnids, etc. Finely timbered.
170 acres oi waters of Saluda t Iver, I mile from
I'lensait (rove churlc and !:choul house; 25
aeres clenred lanid, it neres britich bottom; oil
public roal, well witei ed; rico CUX0 caell.
215 acres of hil in llurr,anne township near
Dalto; 4. tic res in vult ivatiotn baltitce in orlgl
nct forest abouniltig in the best pinte imber;
well wRtOrelt; price, M00, one-half cash Llaico
at 8 per cenit.
400 acres 3 miles of Liberty oni the road from
Greenville to OhM I'ickems; 125 neres ini cultiva
tion balnnee In tina pinie cid onk titer; will
divide into three or four tricts: three settle
ments ocn the rlace; a rare bcitrgain.
A houlse ei lT onl MNii at tle head of Oar
vin street; gogd two story house with all leces
earv out bulblings.
30 acres in 17ineutiville township ten miles
from Greeiville on plullic roil; 125 tieres in enl
tivation. 40 Jerem gool holWin anild c 15 lln pas
ture; nitlle ci( a liif frocn church and school
houcse; thrie good tentent hou.sem, well watered;
would sill in one trvact or dvicle into tracts'
liart cash. bleuie ocn long tIne cat 8 por cent.
A <ilebi -able Ihalf nare lot on Gairvin street anod
l'eendleton aivecne: $100P: naso elible lot fronet
ltig on iomn isi reet; $10;: best biargalins ine town.
606 nres len Fasteetie towneship, good lenaent
honac; I5 neres ln cliatjion, blanciieee liio limu
bar andci grass: $1 .510 in bsg t inie.
'~TO necres ine Cecitrl rdtownsiip. IN nteres int cul
tivationi, 401 aieres fiotm pastere, baiiinee iii best of
Itnimbr; 3 iccIlIeu f reel Iroeed staition, i. incile or
chuirc-h andii school; will be sold cheup one easy
A good bargin - 109 neres ine lineusville town -
shipj. 40 clnlee in l tilivaction, splendllid Itinber; I
mile of chuerch aini schooel; desiraible nceighebor
hood: price fI):) eaMy ternt.
109 acres 4 mIles weest of l'lekens on WValhalla
roti; level lneit; wiill ceake splendiie farm; tim
bor is fgine; mist ba sobl.
25c0 a':res o itt 111'Eisteatne. 410 acres lin cuelti
vaitlis, 10 Ieee hottonce, II necres lee good paesturoe
goi log house, (50 acres flne sauge gras, inot,
feneced, stablle for foeir horses; tis pclie Is well
waiter,l aid a baergaine at $%00l.
A desihnl lo ht oen nicnin street, PlIekens, con -
lamning N nere goodie stables aced well tif gocd
water oii prececses; ione tif tha Ucoat valuasble lots
len town; pirlce $?25.
A farin oif 238 neres -I nellea wecnt of Pickens
30 acres clentreil, balaniice ini goodi tiinber; well
wateredt hv creek nned r,prinugs; near Concord
cheurch aced sncooil house; desilrabile nelgbr
hood ; price $t.300.
l23 ereN cnorethwest oif synm'n mnill: 70 acres
in cultiatiote. 25 neres lee bottont lend onti
teen NI lie creek; In a hcigh atee of Cultlvcaio
good bueilingN; ileee weater aged a good o,
termst, 8 per eeit. : liene 3t vears.
A splienlis fercin of 100 necres. 2Aj nille itorth of
l1lckencs oni griilel road; th?ree go od tc::aint
houeses, 1k0 neres In hcigh atee of cueltlvaetion, 31)
nerec, beat Twelve NI lIe bottorm; does ecot over
flow ; tee lature of 1(0 acres. good fence, good
well of water aned Iwo good eprinxgs; will bell on
easy termns; plrice *1,800.
l160 acres near 'ecnral with 75 nceres In a highe
stato of culiiivationee; good dweellincg acnd neces
sary ouet btuildingsn.
209 acres ont liig Crow creek: 75 acres in Culti
Vation; 25 neeres best bocttcoin laced; 18 aeres of it,
without a diItch; thce 1bottine landu neot subject Io
overflow ; hail f miilo of mcil aend gin. one nmile
of 5choolll andc chucrlch: jerhie it2.iJ(: tercms ene:y.
17i aeres ineiar l'ccmepIkintownei in originael forest;
l00 acres lies well lieti timcber fine: price $:TrO.
Alb<o 400) neree cecimpccroved Irant, 10 nereK hot
tomi uinimprovedl; 350) aeres of tract inc origle
timble'r: price. *fins. H mciles fronm Picke.s ont
gradleed ronad to I:'atatoeI.
85 nteres 2 ileN sonthwest of ('ross Plaeicrs on 4
wutera iof George's creek: gololl eotionc lancd, oneo
haelf ice lorIgIia forest: IIiee ibr: iiboe,t s!y -
acres I len. : cnd ini a hiighc state 44f cniiIvatiou
gocod watter and ce.lcce sa ry bueIlin cgs : toeen 'e
41 acres jucst nrlth oiEf ickeiis, jolinte -
rate ligits, cll Iin Iieniiaton II0 acres o P
est biottllit lucnd, Iice bullintg site: lIhe cc i-:e*
balncn fcr ie persloni wateein g a anma C ii
townte: pIril tice ,haf elh, baclantcy e m eia)r
For ancy a rt iet:cnrs write t noeya
Ag geccy, P'Iik eis, S. C.ckencs Land
A MA1N """sitg "* $450
FOl TIlE SAME PIANO.
Neither one was worth a nickel over
$3010. INSUlRE YOURISELFs against
fronm J.CU. ( l T ,Gts .U
Gireencville, S. C,
WVho have butl onee priec and( thant the
lowert kneowne. You (endi pay themn more
than inst rumit(ents are atlually worth . Thiey
are nct hbuilt thact wiay. Write for laitesit
Tlhe raillrotad leas not yet, cojine to Piekens, but
Pioket.* is ini speakineg dlistane of thce radlroad.
if ynou are in Eastey or Pickena sand wesh to
talk to anyone in the other town, just atopt
the "phone" and ccali the onie Jou went.ept
'i elegrams~ promcptl y transmtitted aced correct
cras gucaratnteedi. Al ll messages for P'ickena aned
VA61uitty protnptly delivered.
I 11W1ES TJE om-o.