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- il's OQat
JtneAningis came home last Sun.
-I. O,Dowten has become a member
%rAaict earthqake shocks were
feM-A.. geId last.-SVday,
'-eimas a,plcitIc at Brock's rock
--Dr. J. . Carpenter wam in town last
Aeek doing.eona dental work.
* Atff-i Wddi bs painted for Dr. 0.
'WiEarle a briiadsome drug sign.
-W; C Br ott rs special induce.
*teC:weeki; Call on
F ., athesided'the South
at lignea Path last
-Tifts 11obinson has a mask and bat
i i wantb to:orgaaIe a b*W ball club .at
-Mr. and Mrs. ?). F. Sutherland of
P Jum:klntow.b. apknt last Saturday and
bundy t town.
-Milton Boen'and Corrb Grtffin bW(h
colored, were married last Thuray by
IU+. J. T. Lewis
-W. R. Kay and V. A. Fcrgueon are
the dlelegates froin the. Pickens church to
the Union meeting at -Griflin.
-The Farmers are getting along appndid
with their planting. Some are through
planting corn and some are planting cot
-Ephraim Cassell and Hogshead who
shot the green goods man, Appo, in N.4w
York some time since was put on trial last t
-J. L. Brown, of.- Awderson, came up
last week and spent several days. While
here lIe added fuel to the ies of the bl.
cycles crase. I
-Married at Bethel Baptist church on i
the 2dInst., Mim Naomi Kc:ley to Marion v
Gray. Rev. John Ellcuburg performed the
-Twenty eight accessions to the first
Baptist church in Grectnville was the result
of a protiacted rmeeting recently conducted
by Itev. Mr. White of North Carolina.
-Hon. Samuel Dibble, of Orangeburg, 1
-bas accepted the.invitation. to deliver tl.e
address before the literary societies of the
Patrick Military Institute at the commence.
4eJ in June.
. -The county board of equalization was
i session several days last week. The first
day several citizens appeared before the
bo*r1.to get them to reduce the raise made
by tae. township boards.
--here was a narrow escaipe from a dis.
atimus fire In town htat Saturday. A spark
froni the stove chiimncy of Mr. J.' E. Boggs
caught the sliliogles but was'discovered and
put out.before any damage was done.
-Franklin 'ickens McAliter, of Pied
imtiont, a'd M!ss Rebecca Thomas, of Pick
etis, were married near Piedimont Sunday,
the Rev. J. B. Marsh otliciating. The
groom 16 72 years old.-Daily Neys of Gth.
--i#Col. D. P. Duncan, s-.cretary and
Treastirer of the National Alliance, is quo.
ted ;s saying that the Allianco c.11cers are
gohvgis prevent tihe.imachinery of that or
er fom1 being used for politici purposes.
~ - ouve gentlemen-.wlth plenly of means
nand.nmich vim sed energy are teking steps
~.~l'Ip the wire3 and ha.e. E~asIey andi
y U~ei1la city pilt in co)lhimiunicattion. with
each other by telephone.-Eae'ley Demo
-Chief of Police Ligon, of Greenville,
w~as stupended last week by the city coun
A eli.forione month without pay for taking a
few drinks of whiskey in the bar-rooms.
' It pohth'a suspension will amount to a
-Mr. B. P. Fisher lost five oxens last
-wet.k aupposert to have b)eeni bitten by a
T't* Iad dog. T'his makes about ight head of
a tUe that have died and been' killed to.
- ethier the.past.. three wqeks, .on Keoweec
-F Hver supposed to have been biten by some
dog,gesides several dogs and hogs.
7 IT.'C. Robinson and J. E. Hagood, Jr.,
whel)attended the State Sutnda School Con..
Tentioniat Abbeville last wee were very
)avish-with thejr praise of the convention
an'd the hospitable treatment they received.
They'are well pleased with the features
and workings of the convention.
* -Mr. J. H1. Vaughan, of the Camp Creek
section, near Gates, had stolen f rom his
-house bet ween the 2d and 8th inst., all of
his beet wearing clothes, *15. in money
audasn accotinit oii B. fP. Watson for $8.
'4 No clue as to.who comnited the theft up
-to date. - Bon JoNES.
Ou0r young' friend, and nunibier. one
farmier, Mr, J. 'U. atheinm, sold to Messrs.
W. M. ilagood &Co., 24 bales of -cotton
thefirst'of the week at-8 l-16c. per, pound.
At,nop.tirn'e he was offered 10 cents per
*pound for the lot. The prIce of cotton is a
vely'jIeeving.sort of thing, sonme times
it 4r~thold ap4 then again it don't. --Eas.
--The following have been drawn' to
serve .ae grand and. petit jurors at the
Auigus4term of the Wmnted 8tates court in
greenville: Grand JTury -Jeff. Weibom,
J. J Cantrell, W. F. Rodgers, J. 11. Brown
and J. Lee McKee. Petit Jury-W. L.
Mauldi, Ballus Arthiuf, Alfred Siheriff, Wi.
E.. Gralan, Wmn. Arthur, 3. W. James and
4': - :The Greenville people arc going to make*
'an effort dofeat the disp>ensary law by not
signing the petitioni. 'he faculty of Fur
-man University and( many other citizens
and prohibitionists will soon organize comn.
Smitteds to see ev"ry citizedi to get .thenm to
wiSliold their., signatures. It is .said the
movement against the dispensary is a pow..
erful one and enmes fromi the best elements
of the city and lts success is almost certain.
-Tie meinb bym the Alliance, it is re
ported, are disposed to regard the black.
listing r,f Presldent.JDonal dson by Govern-.
p, Tillman and Senatorlrby as a declaration
of hostility to th'e drder. The Greenville
county aillance'dlt its qluarterly meeting last
* !taturday passed resolutions calling upon
Giovernor Tilimani to- know if it was tru'i
and If s4) to furnish his reasons as given to
Preldent Cleveland for his action toward
. 'be Zxeutive Committee of thie.Pick
@ns Couty Sunday School Co'nveiition illi
.be held next Saturday even ing, 35th, to
trausact important.business. The commit
tee wonld be glad for the Secretary, Mr. 0.
', B.iartin to bepesn. The following ia
the committee: ii. W. Newton, J. Rt.
Me , BH. 0. Bowen, J. L Bloggs and C,
LIbno. Tm delegate. to the State
Convention are lted to be presert.
C. E. RoINsoN.
--The explosiap -of a meteor in the
elements st Fraby atgbt was seen by sev
eral of our citiaensan cauoed a great (teal
.f talk; It maeAvery brilliant light for
arheut a seesdI oand then exploded.
ISany whodiQtseft heard the r'
and th~oughrt it was thunder.. Mr. WiI am
Kennemor was riding along the- roadt near
rn., ~I1lder's said that he' .saw
teor. It came from toward Glassy
Ns ain ad went west, and was near
es11 to him-for him to feel theheat from
kt, ias is aptodedi he said all khnis of
0dartcout from it
Col. R. E Holeombe.
Wertfo fteord the death of one of
aisperous and prominent citi
es. OoL Holcombe died at his home a
rew miles below Easley last Sunday at the
kdvanced age of 70 and was buried the day
rollowtig at George's Creek church with
issonlc honors by the Easley lodge, fi
he presence of a largeconcourde of friends.
Ile had twice been married. - His first wife
led ieveral years ago. She was a Miss
irnold and they wee blessed with veveral
.hildren. His second wife was a Miss
3owen and she with. several childten sur
rive him. Col. Holcombe was one of the
most energetic men of the cotinty, not.
withstanding the fact that for the last fif.
een or twenty years he las been such a
rictim of rheumatism as to be unable to got
ibout except with assst:nce of crutches
id his family. Ile was one of the first
erchants and settlers of Easleyi and has
mproved and settled more places than any
)41er man of his age in the county. At
me tine lie was county .commissioner for
hi4county, but was not *a politician or a
n Who sought office. Indomitable ener.
y and Courage marked every act of his
&e, atd there are few men who enjoyed
tfie respect and esteem of their ncighbors
ind fellow citizens as he did. Ile leaves
nan relatives and friends to mourn his
.The next Union meeting of the first di
rislon of the Twelve Mile association will
uc held with the Griffln church commene
fig Friday before' the fifth Sabbath in
Introductory sermon at 11 a. m. by R1ev.
'. T. Lewis, after which the following
[ieries will be discussed:
.1. Ilow can we get the members of the
hurches more interested in the Union
aeetings? Opened by Rev. J. E. Foster.
2. 'T'o what extent is the church respon
ible for the morals of the people of the
omniunity in which it is located? Opened
y Rev. W. B. Singleton.
3. The aims and objects of the interde
ominational Sunday school work. By T.
4. Is it against the rules of the Baptist
lenominiation for members to dance? If
o, how should such members be dealt
vith? .Opened by lev. J. M1. Stewart.
i What arc the evidences of a change
rom nature to grace? Opened by Iev.11.
Sunday will be used by the Saluda musi.
it asssociation for singing.
At 11 o'clock Sunday a collection for
Itate missions will be taken. Let every
iody come prepared to contribute to the
pread of the Gospel. J. A. GOFFIN,
B. Hi. WnIAxs,
J. 1). FICm.rKY.
Cmmittee on Program.
The County Commissioners at th ir last
aeceting, the 4th inst., granted ehanges
In the lIagood bridge road Ito commence
itar Carpenter's Creek, below .1. P. lobin
on's and coinect with the road near Peter's
, reek church. E. E. Perry, M. Ilendricks
mnd 11. L. Perry were appointed special
:ommissioners to lay it out.
A petition for a bridge across 18 mile
creek was postponed for further infor
niation. Several claims were approved,
tud an election for an intendant and four
wardens for the town of Calhoun was or.
:lerd for the 22d inst. 11. T. Boggs, G.
B. Cochran aud% W. H1. Crawford were ap.
pointed managers of the election.
Tie following reslution was passed:
"Resolved, that the Pickens Telephonc
Company be and it is hereby allowed tht
'rivilege and right of erecting a telephonc
iae from Pickens to the Saluda river by
way of Easley along the public roadl, pro
YideCd said coipny in no way lnterfeie
wvith travel along thle roads. Provided
[uriher, that th.e county coimmissioners miay
have free use of said hino biet ween Easley
mand Pickens for county business.''
Several pettitions) for new roads and
hantige s will be heard at the next mceting.
.An A ppeal.
To the churches of the Twelv.> Mile river
Baptist association : On entering upon
lhe dlutie~s assigned us by the association we
nid that we are badly in debt, debts which
ire unpaid. Thue money is duie to Bros.
Nelson and Mauldmn, former misionaries
and for board and tuition of Bros. Nelson
and Craig. We appeal to the brethren of
the association to take collections and' help
as pay these deblts. Ten cents for each
member will pay us out of debt. Brethrcn
will you colie to our help in this matter?
Let us payV off the (debt. Send your collec
tionIs to the chairman of the board.
J. T. Lewis, ch'mn'n.
J. A. Girilln,
- M1. Hendricks,
S. II. Brown,
F. C. Parsons,
sousthern Baptst Convention..
There promises to be a very large atten
dance on tbe Southern Bap:ist Convemaion
at Nashville. Tenn., which will occur in
May next; tind its usual, the Richmond &
Danville HI. R., is making all the arfange
ments for a comifortable and pleasant trip
ror all those who wish to attend from this
Special low rates and exeltaut service
ire offered to its nummerous patrons for tbis
iccasion. Any of the agenits or ofhicials of
his great system will take pleasure in sup
ilying all desired information, and will
rive the b)usiness their very beat attention.
Vrite or call on
C. L. Hor'ENs, Tiav, Pass. Ag't.
Cha! ot.te, N. C.
R. W. IIuNT, Tray. Pass. Ag't.
-The Louisville Courier- Journal reports
that D)olly Johnson, of Kentucky, is to re.
Acine $150 a month as cook at the White
-Thle Chickasaw (Ga.) Messenger is re
sponsible for this bit of humor:
"A man by the name of Corn was mar.
rned in a Creston (Ia.) church to a ladh
named Wheat. Thme choir sang, 'What
Shall the Hlarvest lBe? A gamin in the
gallery yelled out 'nubbilns,' and they cias
himi out of thle synagogue."
fly specIal arrangemniit wuith the' puilshers
we are able to obtalin a ,numbecr of t he abhovi
book, and pr opo(se to furishi a copy to each o
The dictionary Is a nuecssity In ceery home
school arnd businiess hionse. it fillx a vitenntey
and furrnishes kniowledIge wich no one hun
d red other volumes of the choeicest books couhi
supply. Young and OlId, lidIuen'tedl andiu Iin
rant. Ich and P'oor, shiouhbi hauve it withlih
teach, anid refer to its .onsients every' daiy in th
As some have asked if this is realily the Orial
stal Webster's Uniabiniged i)i"tlollary, we uir
able to state thmat we have ieariied dlirect frmu
the piuuhbers the faet, that thi.s Is the ver
work complete oni which abont forty' of the beui
yeaIrs of the authoir's life were so well emli.-e
in writinlg, it cotiitas the entire v'oenularl
of nhbouit 10nI,00al words Including thie courreu
spelling, derivat foni anid definiltioni of samne nn
Is the regutar standard sir.e, conltain!-ng abtiu
300,000 sunre Inches of purinteit surfacet, ana
bound11 hi t'loth, half moiroccio aid sheep.
UntIl further unoti'e we will furnIsh thIs va
2d1, 'To any renuewal siausrihier.
al. Tio any ,oubscrib,er now ini areart wh'o pa)
up tw Jant. Nx next, iat the followIng prices. Vit
Kuir elo( t himid, gilt. side and1( bne.k-stampi
mnarbled eelge., 90t".
lIn1f Mioroneo honmnd. gilt sle andi ha'
staimp'. murhled ed~es. 91.15.
l. I h Sheep b,otmd~,nt,bher label, ma rbled edge
D)el'vered free from our cOhlen.
Hub,ucribets at a distance may have the Diu
tionary dlelvered by special psepaid express ft
As the puhbl,Nheru limit time time and numi
ber of books they wIll fuirnish at the low prie
we adishe all who desire to avail them selvese
ARE AGAIN I
Ii stock of
rer eclipsen all of ourpreylous adi
on will only favor us with a look
certainly make a
Customer of You.
log a GAT Line o'f
rfrom a6 geot Suit up. Hats in all
'Shapes and Colors.
:with Starched Collars and Cuffs, from 75 Cents to fees
]TH & BRISTOW, -
.Greenville i . C.
Blinds, Stairs, Wainscotting, Mokatels, Soap,
ing, Mouldings, Balusters, Brackets and I a
is, Oils, Paints, Varnish and all the7abore plete
)n short notice. Wi
i on Building Material call on or write to more
iods and will not be undersold. with;
e Manufacturing Co. eh
Greenville, 1. .C. busin
- Ad te.A-3;r11.
An stey y that to Dig
The old Oourt Il.maeoup and Plant
It in a new p)lace is
The Proper thing to do-but La!
. . Its time now to scratch
HiaR Just received andl will continue
e.To get in all sorts of Implemnents
To stir the soil with. All kiids
all Of Plowg, SweelA, Wings1ji oes,
di- Forks, Shovels, Spades, Mattocks, T
Picks, -Potato IIoqks and "sica like."
u.Always a full stock of-Buildin-a
Material, LoMcks, Hmnges, :1ts,
Latches, Hookis, Hasps, Nails
Paints, Oils, Varnish and Brushes.
And Tools ta put 'em togethe, G.
*. Saws, Planes, Files Hatchets,
ags IIammers, Bitts, Squares, Levels,
Screw Drivers, Wrenches and Trow
And a working person iniuit.t,
- Lookee here, we havg Pt-ovisions
To suit all,. Hams, Orit.;'Rice,
- Syru ps, Teas, Cdfies Sub~r and
er- Our Furniture department t%rXs
ifh For its self. -It rtigh i t. It
, .. upportas.
000 It self and don't make-an bad4lebts,
tGo in there and make. on iRl at
W. T.McFA LL.
mCrteIwekly by A. Jhl. 3iorrie 710
his l'eas.....-.- --------
youar Chickenxa, Fy~......
Coffeewas ..... ..........U
# Ejcco...... ... ...... ... -i a
m.. ,Ilt~.............a.k .........,I J
For Spring, which
The Newest Id
In Everything, and if y
We are show!
Mens' Suits at !
Everything in Boys Clothins
The NEWE ST
A Magnificent Line of NEOIoE SHIRTS
March 23rd. '93,M3.
Manufacturers of Doors, Sash,
Store and office fixtures.
Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboard
We keep a large stock of GlaF
mentioned Materials and can ship <
When you want Bottom Pricei
SWrWe Manufacture our own gc
March, 23rd, 1893-mG
We have moved our Market n
Restaurant to the Lesley house wh
we will be pleased to serve
We have several Sewing Machi
which we will se- l cheap for cash
exchange for Pork or Beef.
Call on us and we will endeavor
Respectfully, - ..
BYARS & MORGAN,
P'ICK1ENS U. HI.,S. Q
All kinds of Drugs on hand at
times, and all kinds of Patent Me
We are open all day find cheerf
iy respond to all night calls.
A lot of Fine Cigars and Tobacc<
KIRKSEY & OSBORtNE
This is the place to get. your Dri
. i.a rors, louts ofI mtanlyv
Varhele, ett': i)r. D)u Mont's NerYe Rt
effe-ct a ttpeedty cu re by itsu use, thouuani
eni,eK of the very worat kind anid of long ati
inug have beien restored to perfect healthl. If
te'.tiinonials from all over the worli. P'rice
pnekage $1.no, six for $0.00, trial package en
curely ttealed for 10 cents postage.
Addtress, IDr. iR. )rMoNT,
08 S. Iltalstead, at., t'hicago, Ills, 1'-S.
mar f ath93 ly
OUR CLUBBING OFFER.
A Farm and Stock Paper to Fv
Subscriber of The Sentinel
Read our Offer Below.
wedesire to plense our large family of r
era, and are gladi to announcine that we b
inade arrTF.nmgernenCts with the punblishera of
iFarmier's Gude alH omoin aion. of ill
ingtn, Idiaa, wereb weare eniabledi top
to ou r aubsacribeysa two papierul for almot,t
Icost of one.
'junll who pay airrealrnigen and Si .2.7 in
Wfance we wH I send thle SKN-rI N V. anid the i.i
-eras (un id e anid IHotne C'otnfltton, one year
To new tmti sbrihert bothi papemrs wilI be
Sfor one year for *t.:1, cash in a' yvnee,
The anubscripit isn pirite of the Si:stiser .1m
Vin advancee, antd te price of thme i"arinaer'aG
and Hme Cmpanfn i cflft cets, buti by
:io nragmns ocngv boIth ptapers
'lhe Patrmer', O iude anl iomne Correal
a nlemht-pauge, forfy-columnli semiinan11thliy F
ato eml iouiehotld palper. it I it ul of vatlu0abi
Sforlmahton for the Farmer, stock raiser
housekeepter. It ts a piaper e-very Fatrmer aIs
rt/*om- in- ait OniCe
rji1fi E lN r)EitSiSN l'1 respe(fully informr
I patrons anti friends hthe hats fitted
roomis over the Oreenville National I
where he will contiinue to Shave, itair-cut, Si
kpoo, -c., i-n the most airtistit style. lboptina
strict andI prompt attention he will merit
4patronatge ini the fuure as in the past.
Aliso, I am agenit for Ihickey's CelebratedI
mulhwi, for prevenitionm of italdlness, -ienini
-Seiap, removing Dandlruff anid allaying Il
- etNa aral other'diseases of thie SeniP.
Very Rtespectfu iy,
U. .1. Hlooran
014i:l:N VliI, L ;.S.
rJa. 12 oan1.
Dresa Goodx r
I nf ham. Worsteda, Pnannels, Out.
,%"rdit tol, l ane. and Plain L ,awnms,
11 NOT01tie,. F~ancy Mualin D)repaws. Fancy
I Nalusooks,Il)otted and Figured 8wiose
lack Lawus, Camers and other dress
We won't iname theo. You know wheth
ah Is bad oe or not .re ocan onlyaI
I;th a yo asct. Are you acigydu"
iquare about It?
line of Cajusd ooodg. Pickles, Cod Fish,
1. New Orleans and Homespun Syrup.
$I Coffee to be bad.- Teas. su garm, 11ij re
Silver I-raf Lardi, Cotnvasmed H1ams, liv,ii
Ily Pater,%. UJolden Sheaf and A. I Flours.
tabl, byands andi prices are r4flit. Come
D for yourself.
E BARGAIN HOUSE
The Most Goods For The Least Money.
HEADQUARTERS FOR DRUGS,
-ines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuifft, Fancy Toil
, Tooth Brushe3, Fine Perfumes and Toilet Articles. In fact ever
that is usually kept in my line.
a constantly receiving a largo and well selected Stock of Drugs, P
dedicines of every kind, and will always keep onl hand a full and cor
Stock of such Goods that will meet the domand of the Public at Larg
ten you are in town call and see me and be convinced that you can bi
Drugs for less money than anywhere in the up country.
raicians prescriptions compounded carefully, and all orders answeri
,are and dispatch.
mking my friends and customers for the liberal patronage herotofo:
led, I hope to merit a cointiuance of the same by prompt attention
ass, pure unadulterated Drugs and prices to suit the stringency of 0
ring my absence J. C. JENNINGS will take pleasure in waiting on y
"Old Stand" on the corner of Main and Factory streets, oppos
G. TV. EARLE.
B. All persons having a family right to manufacture their own sc
ow buy Al the necessary ingredients from ine cheap for the cash.
G. W. E.
L,rriages, Buggies and Wagon
TO CASH BUYERS!
We offer at, RlEDUCEDI PRICES,
Carriages, B3uggie and W111Iagons.
COME, EXAMIE AND) lUY.
e' -(Greenville Coach Factorn
GRIEENVIL14 S. C.,
H. C. MARK LEY, Proprieto
MI1UR1%E, Superlmtemdeuut. ap30Oyl
THE CASH STORE !
LEWIS & SON, Proprietors.
They still Lead the Trade and are never
For the NEXTrJ
Every person buying One D)ollar,s worth
- $:Rememcrber, will notbeudro.
J. T. LEWIS & SON.
ickena, S. C
VE :. YOUR:.. MONEY
And the WVay to do it is to B?uy Your
Goods ot ME.
ry Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes, lirdwarie a1
TOO CEEAP to 1YENTION.
ood Flour at $3. Best $5i.50
have a Splenidid Coffee V pounds for *1.00.
[eat, Lard and other Neeessaries of' life CThe
'ming tools, Plows, Hoes, etc., almost given aw
T. N., HUNTER,
Liberty, 8. (
uuary, 12th '93y1.
Ribbons, "fandkerchtefs, Ladies, Mens and
Childrens 'losIery in abundance, Gloves, and
Bilk Mitts, Mlack, Torchon' Lafte; Suisses and
Embroideries Insertions, Fancy'Edging Nice
Pearl BIuttons, lialbriKKan Uhderwear, T omp
ws Corenv, Fancy \ elling.
All kinds of llutts, Hinges, Screws,. Knob and
Pad Locks, Itasp4, Files, Augurn, Chsel', l'lknest
Stw, Su iares, Levels, &e. Spades, Shovels.
Forks. Rakes Handle Hoes, Stovill Hoes, Plow",
Plow stocks, I'low Gear, Collar Pais, 'om Can
nons Shick Collars, Fifti Kegs NZails frqWt Faco
tory. lJought at a liargaii.
RUCE & CO
J. J. LEWi5. JUIWCb .t6GOS
Land ..Ageny !
The Pickenis Iand Agency 1oW has for sale
the following desirable lands:
Ml:0 acres I m tiles below Liberty: 125 acres in
a high stinte of culdvation: good orchards;
dweilings tind other hoties: lsvel; the best
- smnil farm in l'leins coutity; terms enmy..
50 neres oti Wolf creek. good farming or pas -
Inre litad; 20 ntre in enttivation; I-nilie from
livkeis on insley road ; on this phice is good
I' water tower with grist mill, cotton gin and
L. press, aid double set wool eards with biraker and
all tlxtiures; all rtin by Leifel water wheell
0. d welling liotse wit I we?i 'of good water and all
neesary ot buiblingis: nlso house for miller, C
1d elrab anid pirofitabte place. 'erms easy.
IF acres on 'I'ow Crek one Mile west of Pick
ens; splendi'power: saw iill, cotton gin, feed
er and confenser, power press, griss mill, mill -
e rma house. niacliiery in operation; good run
of enstom; one-half cash, baltce easy anna I
'0 2c1 ares on graded' road to pumpkintown, 4
Lo miles north of l'iekens. One huntreo aere in
ciltivatibn: 25 aere# hest Twelve Mile river bot
10 toim. Good cotton and grain ltird. - One good
d welling and one good tenant house. Term
reas -. Liberal dist.uit for sill spot cash.
l.itinere4 mountlain hanid good for range@
31 v 'ueyarl s, orchards, etc: Finely -timbered.
le 170 aeres on wni.; f Sp inde river, I in&l from
I'leasatil Ur ,ve church iai sehool house: 2
acres learud titil, II .eres branh b bottom; oil
public ro,si, well watei d: prive '0) ensh.
:15 acres (of Itid it Mi. r_tte township near
Iation: I S neres iin cultivattion lialatne in origi
nal forest aboutidig ini the hest pine timber'
UP xull wnt ired : price, CWA), one-half cash balance
at S ler ienit.
40(l are.;3 nillos of Liberty on the road from
Greenville to I Pivkens; 125 teres in cultiva
tioli balance hi fine pite ant oak timber; will
divide into three or four tracts: three - settle
tuenis ot the i place; a rare bargain.
A hotise ani lot on Main at the head of Oa
vinl street: good two story house with all necel'
nary ott bufildings.
'i arres in Diaeusville township ten miles
fromt (ireenville on public rond ; 125 iem-H in enl
tivation. I0 acres jood bottomn and 125 ti pas
ttire; mile anid a half from church and school
imise: three gnl teiant hokises. wef watered l
would sell in one tract or divide into tracts;
part eash, lilitte (n long I Inie at 8 par cent.
A closirabile half acre lot on Garvina street anud
P'etdlletoni avenute: ?lt00: p1,atlso dirable lot fronte
lug otn lowen t reet : $-i(s; beist b.argasiins iti towni.
0Cs acres int liast satue town ishlp, goodt 'tenanrt
honse: lf5 sn'res in esultivation, Ibahluice fitte time
he-r atit grass: *l.5t5))on inug iune. -
5 2:!0 acres in cent ral township, I15 neres ini cul
her Is finte: itnsst be sold.
250) airt's nit Little lE'statoo, 40 sici-ets in cuilti
Vat 1,o1. I0 neresI ho(t totin, Ii sacres ins good pasture,
goeod log house, 510 acres fine sages grhAs, not
teniced, stable fosr four horses; this place is well
watereda si in basrgnin sit *enI.
A dsIlraille lot oii tuissi street. .llken, con
? taininsg ' acre, good! stables and well of good
wsater 4ot premsinises: 0tte (oIf th, imsst- valusible lots
In tona: lprice 1225.
A fairsm of dX sares 41 iles west of Plekens:
s0 neres cleared, baslnaIe is good timber; well
wVateredu b~v ereek antii jprinigs: nsear Concord
elhur-h a," lsool house; desirable nxeighbor
hood; price 51 .:txt
it:1 necres northwest of Symin's Ill; '10 acres
In cutivaItin, 25 aeres in bot tomr- landl on Fif
teens Mile creek: in a high state of cultivation;
goaxd buIldings: ite waiter and a good orchard
terms, M per cent.;: tiune 3 years.
A splenidt farm (of 100 acres, 2% inienorth of
ickeris ort gtsrtded road:l three good tenant
houses, si0 acres ini high stats) of cuiltivaition, 30
acres bsest Twelve Mile bottom; does not over'
tiow; lIne pasture of 10 acres, good fesice, glood
well oIf waiter anid two good sptinigs; will seo on
easy termis; price $1,1400
P 160 acres siesar C entrsal with 75 acres in a high
state of cultivasti.on; goodi d wellisng and neces'
sary out builings.
209 acres ona liig Crow creek: 75 acres in culti
~tltisin: 25 sneres best bot11tois land; 18 nesres of it
witha 'ut a d itt'hI: the bottosn hsid ino' subject to
overflnw; h mal f ilie of iniht sil gin, one mile
of wh11ols i sauloihreh; uri.e $2,0005; terms easy.
11i1neres near l'tnnpk itownlit original forest;
100) acres lis wt-ll and timbel'r tlne; pricg $,%0
Aliso 400 acres uilniprolved tract. 10 sicres bot'
-- toismli uianhnrved: 3540 aleres of tiet in otiginial
timbater: price. $4i50. H msiles from i'ickens oil
graded rom5t1 iti f~initafoe.
141 seres 2l miles soIitt hwest of (Cro.4s 'mains on
waters of (;enrge's creek ; good sot tOrm land, ones
half Iin originail forest: flne tuiber: about 3&
acets es-i.ei iid lii ni hi gh ahite of e'ultivaitioni
goord watc(r si 'ecessory buildIngs: ters easy,
41 acres just yort h o,f t'iekens, joins the corpo.
rate Ihst s. sill ina -ult ivationi, It0.acres (of (tic fIn
est bo; ossIi1 ! hrtc n tlinlg sItet this is a goodi
tsmrgsain for ai persosn watnting a simali ain near
(own; Price 1700I, hailf cunth, bahaunee iit pnO year
igorusy i articulars wt)to to P'ickens Land
A MAN "o gh - ""*i '$450
eFOR THlE SAME PjAi4o,
Neithier one was worth a ifkel ove
jMHI. INSUltl Y0U1121 a ist
Ipatying (e.ttitanlt prices by3 butyinl ltect
frm J. C. GAlt1 ETT, GateR, S.'.
11 Who have buit one~ price anld that the
lowe?t known. You cant't pay them more
ihaiistruments atre atcttually worth. They
aenot built that way. Write for latest
The railroad has not yet come to'Pickene, but
. ins is in speaktng distance of the railroad.
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talk to anyonie in thie other tow:;, inst slep to
the "phone" and call the oneo .Vou wat.
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