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IKENS SENTINEL.
LOCAL NEWS
Many bales of the fleecy staple
pod through to market last week.
Tuz SENTINEL Job Office has been
Ar .)pt humming for the last few days.
Miss Mattie Kay is teaching school
kDouble Springs,-Anderson county.
One of Dr. R. F. Smith's fine drove
>rses died last week of lung fever.
The only pig stile we remember
tving noticed is to have the tail
tried.
Pay your taxes before you get your
xt SKNTY.NEL." The time will have
pired.
The waters of Tan-vard Branch
'e mingled with somethiug besides
d oak-ooze.
Two or three good little farms for
.le by the clerk next sale day, Mon
ty, the 5th prox.
Andrew Cureton, of Greenville,
kst Sabbath, visited his uncle, Dr. J.
Cureton, of Pickens.
B. D. Mauldin has been appointed
otary public, and is ready at all
.les to ratify marriage contracts.
Ex-Judgo T. J. Mackey is writing
indicate letters for the newspapers.
hey are very readable and character
Itic.
If any of the candidates for gover
or have imight marus, they will find
ood harness at H1agood, Bruce &
o0.
During Christinas week Mrs. Kate
fouston was happily married to Jesse
'. Lamb, a prosperous merchant of
Vilson, N. C.
Walter Bowen. one of the hand
ome and efficient raihioad superin
ents at Seneca, was visiting in Easley
ast Sabbath.
There were two moons in Pickens
sat Saturdav-a ftill moon and a
1oney-1moon. There was a man in
te full moon.
Rice's post office i i now at Henry
'arr's, but thre is no postmaster.
ir. Farr has been sworn in and iS
cting as assistaut.
The friends of F. M Morris are
lad to see him out again, after an
luess of two weeks or uore. He is
gain ready for busittess.
The porkers are getting the grip,
r something besides the stiletto,
-hich lays then taut pretty suddenly
-hen there is no water hot.
On the 9th inst. .ohn MoJunkin
ied at his b,mre near Table Mountain,
t the age o, fortv-tiree He left a
idow and three little children.
k John FeIgns m's inativ frieids will
e glad tq l4-an-1 that his health is
tehI Ilim .edt o tlat lie will soon
a ill bos . -, it b:s, oid stand.
Athens andi Tratvellers Rest, in
reenville coutntyv, oni the 22d inst.
,rformted thle. r fi rst mniipial acts
- electng jintendalints and wardo Es.
Why is a disp'nsary constable like
still wormi? .Be cause he conveys
ua whtiskey to a phwlae wAhe~re it can
provedl, gaitued anid stamped by
o governimnat.
Wadi .McF'all, of Winlton), N. C.,
bright anid han dsomo youth of
veniteeni sumtnmers, is ini Pickens
is week, thec guest of his uncle, the
manac mnan.
It is estimated thmat R. M. Foster
as mo(re cornt in (one hulk than any
ther citizen of the countv. It will
)me in mighty- handy from now un
I crops are "iaid-bv."
Lee hiolcomnbe and James Bentley,
this co,unty, were before ('ommis
:mer Hawthornie last week, charged
ith working in a distillery. T1he.
.se wats continued fort more testi
V ony.
Somec are loouking for work and
IIC le. are lokintg for Workuten. Let
ach invest a few shiekels in advertis
g inl THEi SI-.NTiNEL, and1( they will
'on have the pleasure of seeing
,ch other.
Thios. 1McXW horter, of Rice's, bas
ft with TH'iE SENTINEL three grades
as fi:le tobacco as we have ever
mn. It-s appesarancte and quality
.th show that it has been handled
- an exptert.
Saturday was a cold, gloomy day.
iPickents, buti no0w and then the
im would strike thtrought a rift in
he clouds andI fall in spots uipont the
orthtward hills andI mounutainus, w hith
leemted to be posing for ideald land
icapes.
The Chtester Bulletin says: "Cards
are ouit anntIouncingv the marriage of
Mr. 0. E. Lat irnter, of this citv, to
Miss izziie Curetuit, of Green~ville,
S. C., on ~Januar-y '24th." The pros
pectiv.e bridhe is a daughter of Dr. J,
D.;Creton, of Pickenis.
It is at mlistake, whe.rever you saw
it, that thle State's sto,re keeper anid
galge.r, Yehhd-ll, was drawing a-salary
of $1,800. lie gets $75.00L per mtonth
andI his expentses If his expense
account triuns to $75.00) per rnonth,
the salary will amiount to $1,800.
The girl had yawnedl behti .d her
cambric handkerchief until it actually
had a iap ont it; still he stayed otn
and talked. 1lThe git 's evident weart
floss at last appea,tkl to hit. '"Bless
my soull"' he exclaimed, '-whtat time
is it?" "T1imew," she rep,lied, "it must
be eternity"
*Elton Mel). a four-year-old sonl of
Anthony B. Lewis, died ott the 16th
ins,t. and was buried the (day follow
ing. .Ott the mnornting of the 18th
thie family awoke to find their little
four-months-old child silent and cold
inl death. The night before it only
seemed~( to have a slight touch of
cl.The parents have the symnpa
thy of many fu entds in this two-fold
hereavement.
Rev. W. 0. Seaborn will be ai
Mile Creek, his new charge, neki
Saturday at 2. p. m.
Mr. Roberts, of Paris, Tenn., ac
companied by his amiable and charm
ing wife, are in Pickens, the guesti
of the Hotel de Thornley.
Henry Jones had his right hand
badly cut by the circular saw al
Vaughn's mill last Thursday. He
was promptly attended by Dr. Earle,
and is getting on all right.
Major E. B. Murray, of Anderson,
was in Pickens last Tuesday on pro
fessional business. We notice from
a card in another column that he and
Lawyer Boggs have formed a part
nership for the practice of. law.
Rev. J. E. Fogartie is again a
member of South Carolina Presbytery,
and is to be installed pastor of the
Greenwood church on the first Sab.
bath in February. There is certain
ly a warm welcome in the Presbytery
for this earnest and elloquent divine.
The following promising young
men of the county appeared and
stood the competitive examination for
%dmission to Clemson College last
rhursday: Messrs. R. T. Hallums,
Ienry Hunter, Langdon Clyde, Os.
.ar Boggs. No doubt all four will
je admitted. .
Henry W. Farr is selling the most
,eadable book yet. It is entitled
'Four Centuries of Progress," and is
t master piece of workmanship, both
ts to composition and binding. The
Binle *xcepted, it will pay the best
lividend for the price of any other
2ook yoou can buy.
James Bratcher, a youth of seven
een, was before the Judge of Pro.
iate on the 17th inst. on a charge of
unacy. He was adjudged a proper
mbject for treatment in the asylum,
md the unfortunate young man was
,arried down last Tuesday by H. A.
Iichey and W. A. Palmer.
Only about $600.00 wor"b of 'h
reditors of W. E. Griffin, complied
vith the terms of the deed of assign
nent, that is, accept the same and
xecute releases of their claims, with
n sixty days from the date of the
leed. Thus, those who have accepted
6nd released, will get just about 10
ents on the dollar on their claim.,.
On the 16th inst. Mrs. Naomi
Iauldin, relict of Benjamin Mauldin,
lied at the home of her son, Allen
dauldin, near lumpkintown, at the
ige of seventy-six years. Her re
nains were buried at Tabor, the cere
nonies being conducted by Rev. G.
R. Shaffer. She was a good woman
tnd a member of the Methodist
,.hurch. Her husband died in 1887.
Beauregard Kelly, who lives in this
county, rode into Pickens Friday on
the baca of the famous black mare
which South Carolina's only Redmond
rode in his palmy days. It seems
that the mare is "slightly disfigured,
but still in the ring," and it is esti.
m)ated( that she carries about nine
unces of lead just under the surface
>f the hide.
A stockholder in t,he Easley Bone
Yardl was in to see us last week, and
reluctantly submitted to an interviewv
in iegard to the future of that enter
pise, which, in substantial dividends,
seemis destined to echipse anything in
the county. It will be chartered by
ii halter rein and incorporated by a
saddle girth, at both ends of which
buckle and toungue will be required
to meet.
Elizabeth J. Moser, wife of G. WV.
Moser, died at their home, near Old
Pickens, on Monday night,at 7 o'clock,
from grip, after a brief illness. She
was about sixty years of age. For
many years she had been a member
of the Methodist church et Old Pick
ens, at which place she was buried
on WVednesday mornmng, after funeral
Bem vices conducted by 11ev. WV. C.
Seaborn, assisted by 11ev. J. C. Spann.
-Keowee Courier.
Mrs. Lisle, who lives with her son
in law. Mr. Matt Knight, near Pied
mont, Ala., has recently passed her
one hundred and fourteenth birth
day. She was born in South Caro
lina, but has lived in Cleburine county,
Ala., for more than h:ilf a century.
Hecr senses are, of co urse, enlfeebled,
but she munanage-s to get ablout the
house without any trouble and takes
an interest in what is going on airoud
her. I ier son .-ma, Mr. Kinight, is
hims~elf a very aigeud man.
Mrs. Louis R. Redmzond lost thei
thumb from her left hand last Fr-idamy
in a mos-t painful mainn'r. She was
trying to untie a rop)e by' wvhich a
strong ox was hitched to a tree. The
ox b)egan surging and caug~ht hier
thumb bietwe-en thle ropie and tree,
cutting it off at the secoind joint and(
tearing out fourteen inches o1f th<
leader-s of the aim with it. Dr. J. S
Stribling rendered t he necessary
surgical attentio,n, and she was doing
very well wheni last heard from.
Keowee ('ourier.
Rev. R. W. Seymnour, the nlew
pastoir, preached in the Bap t ist chiurel
last Sabbath fro~m the text: "T1houigh
He was rich, yet for our sae lIe be
came poor." At the morning servie<
die paster conisideredt the original
iicies and humiliation of the Sauviour
At thle eeing -c sevice, the reasom!
fo,r Chist's, poverty wer,' conisideredl
Both discourses were much appreci
ated by the audi.ee. After thi.
mornulig ser-vice, the sacrament (i
the Lord's Suhpper was administered
Praye-r-mieeting wvas announced fo
next Thursday ev-eninzg.
F"or anything in the Drmug line g
Sloan Bros., Greenville, 8. (5.
WAniTED~
1000 Bushels Shelled Corn, delivere
at Pelzer, S. C., for which I will pa
55 cents p'er bushel cash and retur
aks. THO. S. MARTIN.
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In which there are FOUR PRIZES offered
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IN GOLD for nearest guess to the crop,
$200 prize for second, $200 prize for third,
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Clerk's Sale.
TATt OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
V. F. Hayes, et. al.
vs.
. E. Ilendricks.
Complaint for partition.
In pursuance of a decretal orde1
ade in the above stated case bi
on. W. H. Wallace on 27th Sep
393. I will sell to the highe"t bid
er before the court houase door a
ickens during the legal hours foi
Jie, on
Saleday in February
mxt, the following described rea
tate towit:
B. Crane,
VS.
liza A. Miles, et. al.
All that piece parcel or tract o
nd in the county and state afore
iid, on branch waters of Wol
eek, adjoining landb of W. T. Bow
1, Russel Duke, Mary Ann Snitli
id others, containing one hundre(
00) acres more or less.
Also all that other piece parcel o
t of land in said county and state,
,ar the corporato linits of the towni
Pickens, and touth of said town,
ntaining twenty six (26 acres mnorc
less, on which Buncomube Arter
)w lives.
Also all that other lot or parcel of
nd adjoining lands of Henry Law
nce, Wesley Griffin and Jacoli
riffin, and the last above inentioied
act, containing twenty acres (20)
ore or less.
Terms of all the above mentioned
acts in this case, caih on day of
le, purchaser to pay for papers andI
cording the same.
J. M. 81EWAiA ,
Clerk of Court.
Dec. 14, 1893.
HAINEP LIGlTNING
'he railroad has not yet votne to i'lckena, bu'
kens i in speaking dihttinve of the ruilrom
ryou are in Eanev or l'iekens icnd wish t<
tto anyone in the other town, juist step t<
"phone", and call the onte you wnnt.
'elegramn pronptly transtittedi aind correct
so gtahaateed. A 11 messaget for 'ickeni4 tn
Inity promptly delivered.
PlICKENS TELPIlONE CO
. L. DOUCLAS
*3 SHOE Now'Wp,
I you wear them? When next In need try a pair.
Best In the world.
- 45.00 3.00
400 $2.50
43.50 $2.00
Felt LA91gg
162.50 -$2.00
$2.25 $1.75
$2 roR Boys
FOR 41-75
FOR
If you want a ine DRESS SHOE, made In the late
rie, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00
I Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look ai
ar as well. if you wish to economize in your footwea
to by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name ai
Ice stamped on the bottom, took for It when you buy.
r. K.. 330UGLAB, Brokton, Mass. Sold b
WV. T. .MicFail.
Notice of Dlisoiestion,
The copartn;ership3. here(tfore~ <xistir
twen 7. II. Morwan & Itro. *,.,am J.J
rgan under the firm name' of J1. J. M.i
n & Co.,* has been this daey dlisove I I
titual consent. .
J. J. MoI:U.N & Co.
Dec. 20th I893.
J. E. SIR R IN E,
ivil Enginer and Surveyoi
Gre'enville, S. C.
Special attention given to Sub:
vis on of land, Terracing andi esti
ationl of Water Powe.r. Office 88;
ain St., over Flton's Book Stort
mn24 3mno
E.. HiAooon,JR,, J. L. Tlriouxsu.rv, Jal
L. C. Tnus.v.
,IVERY, FEEl) and
EXCRIA NGE ST A lBI4E
EASL.EY AN)) PICK1-:Ns, S C.
(Opposite notels.)
nab,le Rtates. Y~ouar l'atroInne4 ' I It.
am
7Iec. i 4
~ cfteheady
icacy,
PRICE S0 CENTS PER BOTTLE. 4
SKI1 SF VALUASLE INFOIMATION FREE.4
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
ewspapers .-. F REI
SEND Yol'It 1 w N N. \ 'I: Niuid 41dre55 a]
IoHe of fivto ten oi,'f yoni forie or tneighblr
ria tstail ittrd. or othe,ru it 444 a tt , f
AvA N N.ll w L-lI,V N\\N w il bI tent
tch addlress tre:.
TII ~v . ll:N I., N Iw
a 14t.1Nr-t ANDt tA:It N stu.eArt r4 n -ril
!IUN'Oin TY..A r,n. It ,* t, l.arg:':'s t \\e kly p,
shed in the SotI(h -ix tteen tnrtrt 4tCtas. It
,lendidly i(,tt':upandetn'reft,lyedited. It y
ave ne'vet seen nI Iop of it, %tend for onue al
aper you ever ren.10 r.
avann, Ga
LADI eUREICI Al'TEft .MANY t.AI(.' xlPyg
"'I've beel) a sulffere'r frm dyttpeps~ia
wenty years. Was ) itt.tut a~ fix I b,..dh
se the mroelt enre4 wilth my it ns a haeh
!'d( Tyner's h'lyspepi:( h(tnm.dy and cI
on eat anth inug w ithIott inon venienfl
t is trully a eet remed,v.'' Mrs A ut4,
)uncan. Try it for all stornach disore
L never disappoinits. Price 50) cents 1i
Atle, For a:de hv all drut:e~
HAGOO.
AN
To begin
trade and :
have never Ii
position am<
counts. WC
can for them
been in som(
to come form
your help, ar
and give you
We have
Coffee and I
Plw,Plow
Tools. We
will sell them
Come to see
McFALL'S
ALMANAC1
-FOR
e3.l T37ID.-.M
1B94.
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And Ihere's at ye agin,
And (ood luck to ye all i
Th,!nj's the sentimnentu
Of W. T. McFall.
We have a nice stock of scnonal
goods and inore to arrive.
We wish to sell them is rapidly
poisible, and in order to get o
B -lvvs out of the woodik," we wj
as much ready cash sprinkled an
th, sales as we can get for at le
the next thirty days.
d We called on our friends carlv
A the fitll to help us, which they
very handii(somelyI, but we find r
thaut we hadn'it a suflicienit niunbei
themJ, or eIse they~ never alli got lht
Now, theriefore, we call on all i
other boys to comeo up.
F'riend or 1no friend,if you have a:
mi miey of any kind bring it on a
let us place it where it will do
mol(st good. NOW is the~ cme
pblint it for at goodl spring crop,
Com ani~ ed see us and see our goo<
To see is to b)uy-to buy is to
made hap)py.
W. T. McFALL
2.B94.
I offer~ for i'ae tuy farma of 63 arena, well
parovedi tenu mles fraom G.reeniville. C. ii., on
siexeni rada ad known4t as thei O')shlehai's pal
ii to t sobali he-foire the 15th of1 Jati. 189lI it will
hoi atl11 nu toan oni the prei sesIiH ait I2 O'clei
Tem euay .~ HiAtis A NH HlAMiliNi
der- 7 rn i5.
C (creats, and Trade-M arks obtained, and all Pu
enot hausmess conducted for MootnATE FrEE.
NOun Orract is OPPOsiTE U. S. PATENT Orri
andl we can secure patent in less tiune than thi.
r emote frori w4 ashinigton.
Ssend maodeCI, dr awimg or photo., with descri
tionl. weC atIVISe, if patentable ot smit, free
chutarge Our f co not duie till patenit is secure<
SA PAMPHTt, "hlow to Ohtain Patents" w
~cosat of Camne in the U.S.anld foreiga counts
e:nt frcc. Addresas,
C. A.SNOW&CC
SOPP. PATeNT OrricE. WASHIaNGToN. 0. C
*~ COMPOUND
A recent discoviery byan
phbysiciaft. Mswessflyv
a. in the onl prfecti
andl reliable meoi eine
ered. Ileware oft un princl
llor cxPono,taknoeubsttut,orincolosoeSI
- Sold in P ekeis andi every where
ii all res pons ble Druggists.
O OURIER-dOURNAL I
HENRY WATTERSON. EDIT4
ONY Y$i1.00 A YEAR
list (~iconensd News,
- - aet M i.cellany,
l iest Women'iast anad Ch ild ren'sa
&ILI~ Iii partmnaat,
Oiott. Answers toa (orresponida
a j IDepiartmnt,
Heawt Eadito rlal a.
It gives away a valuftble premi
every day for the largest club
ceived.
Sample e.opaies of the Weekly Conrter-Jot
willl he sent free~ to any addren. Write to
D, BRUC]
VOUNCEMENT FO1
vith, We Want to thank our frien
rompt settlements during the
ad better collections. There se
mg the most of our customers
appreciate such trade, and proj
this year. The few who have st
way hindered from paying us
ard at once and do their best f
d you may need ours later, Pa:
r note for the balance4
BARGAINS.
some Bargains to offer in Groc
'lour to be had any where. A
Stocks, Plow Gear, Hoes and
have bought these goods lower
accordingly. Lots of corn and
us.
IAGOOD, E
NOW THE
BRACE UP
And sftop
No wondei
lave you
No? Well,
In business
vcean iard
'all and(1 g
Pu,11t an a
develolinie
will M0031
>e
,,Drugs,
Tobacc
ilt
lid ][3et Pt--e in tihe
*of CA RPE N
SMANSION HOt
ld
he
to . ..
ti'.
be
SOne Hundred Brev
Eiver Offered ii
Greenville (
sc~ We nia:
si hybuy Cheap Western Waugons)
that will
Ii 'MTPatronizo IIOME IND)USITRY.
H.c.
of(A W. P4IRRINE, Npsi
)Ro1Wlulidgarost
Al eros ne
We havelwaited
on you settling now.
ni.. Respectiv
umn
re- February. 1,1892.
trie
Kt.
S& .C0.'S
1894.
is for their liberal
past seasoi. We
"ms to be a dis
to settle there ac
Ose to do all we
(d back, or have
, we again urge
or us' We need
7 us what you can
cries. ihe 3est
full assortment of
other Plantation
than usual and
seed oats for sale,
ORUCE & CO.
groiVing about hard tintem,
r you tlink tinmes are Imarda
an add in TIlE NENTINELT
, people don't kaow you are
i tond that is thie reaon time.
1oY OU '%VIAIe others prosper,
et our rates on advertising.
I in TIhe Sentisnel. and aw ait
uts. Hard times with you
pass5 away.
OOS,
Cigars,
Seeds.
Cit y to 13uy Above.
TEN RIBROS.
SElJ DRUG STOR?E.
Greenville, S. C.
ster Spr.?q Buggies
ul (JHEJAPRL'ST' -
1 South Caroina
ocach ractory
ke the H S
Iorse WAGONS.
wIi~ VO n ('intby a HIomemade Wagon
MAR KLEY, Proprietor,
mtuent. ap30y1
Y 1st 1894
Lock and move into our
e street.
)ted to us will please call
slate.
patiently and mittst insist
ely,
LEWIS & SON,

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