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PICKENS SENTINEL.
LOCAL NEWS
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Prince, on the 29th ult. a girl,
The back mountains, ist Tuesday
mrnAg, were covered with a
of snow.
Read Sloan Bros., A. B. C.'s and
learn to miake your gardeu a blooma
ing success.
Twenty six new cases have bee'n
filed on the civil docket for the next
term of the court. -
Press Brown, colored, of Easley
who had hiF leg broken, was able to
hobble out last . Iouday.
The .attention of the farmers is
called to an important notice it, an
other column from J. 1. Stewart,
president.
Mrs. Hester A. Stewart; the mother
r R. 51. Stewart. has been quite sick
for about five weeks. She is some
better 4now.
Forty acres of well improved farm
land. one mile and a half south of Pick-I
ens, for sale, $600, one half cash,
balance in two years.
If you want your house well fur
nished or your teams well harnessed
for the least money read McFall's
Almanac for February.
Many farm houses in this conty
are still fortitied with Jaeksonian
breast-works to help them withstand
the attacks of. per cent.
Maj. J.. M. Stewart receiveA a let
ter last week written from O-GUodli a
'in 1874, notifying him of his appoAit
ment to the ofice of trial justice.
News comes that R. A. Bowen has
secured the Pickens post oliee plun.
He was recommended for the place
by Hon. A. C. Latimer, last fall.
John T. Lewis & Sai will soon
have their new store r.-adv forgo ds;
customers and cash. N. A. Palner
is putting on the finishing touches.
Some of the fiue oak timbler on the
water shed between Twelve Mile and
Xeowee Rivers is being manufactured
into cross ties for the 1. & D. rail
road.
Six blind tigers were arresied3 in
Columbia last Friday by a regular
State constable, working under ap
pointment from a trial juistiee. Th .
- ases have been set for hearing ou
,February 1st.
J. P. Carey was last mderved
with an injunction by the big Nirth
American constable, La~Gripp~e, for
bidding him to appear in court fer a
few days. Dr. Earle at oce com
menced proceedings to dissolve it.
Just as y-our wife remuarke-d on
yesterday, you will finid that earl'
and proper attenltioni toi your garden
will give better results than anythimg
else y-ou can try at this time. Read
the 'remtirk of Ca~penter B:os , in
ainothe.r column.
A farmr who lives three or four
tuileIs in the country was so anxloo
* to hear fr-m the Corbett 3htehhii
slugging match, lie pe-rsu:ad -d a
neighbor to come to to xn last Satur
day to .<et t.he news. He wanted
Co bett to whip.
Some .e si the impressionl that
the coactygoverutment law nmade at
the recent session of th- general as
-sembly does away with the offce of
school'comisiS~oner. This is not the
case. The office of school comujissionler
is-not mntionied in the act.
1 here will be a meeting of the
sch:,ol trustees of Pakstine district,
at Palestine school house on the 10th
of Februarv, 1894, at 10 a. mi. The
p)atrons are requestedl to atte-nd. as
there is business of impoir?ance for
~their conideration. B. D. Mauldbn
SClerk of Board.
P. Eugene Alexander, wh >for the
pattwo years has been serving in
tlhe- capacity as clerk f,>r Hagood,
Br-uce.& Co.; is no0w connctedl with
THE SENTINEL, an7d \wo)ilM i) P.e:M
to welcome his friends at his new
po)st. He has pu~rchased a half inter
est in the b~usimess.
Messrs. T.Q.*and A. H. Donaldsoi
and B. A. Morgan, attorneys repre
senting Mesdames ia Q. Greene
and F"rancis T1 Grere, have filedi
complaints against W. W. F. Brigh:
and B A. Greene, exe-cutors of E. H-i
Bates, deceased, asking j idgment for
$1,833 in each case, rents alleged. to
be due the plaintriff-s on the Picke-n!
county farm eleven yers
Lawrence \l. Be-rry. who lives fonur
miles east of Easley, last year nomde
fourteen average 5 0 pound bal's of
cotton, on fourteen acres of land.
He had two acres whih prod'ce-(
5 ,762 pounds seed cotton, beinga
sufficient quantity to turn out four
bales, weighing 480 pounds. Pick
.ens county is the place to muake mone'
farming.
-The case of George Cax vs. Pick~ ns
county for damrages on account of
inuyto team fulling throughi a deft-e
tive b>ridge on Saluda, was caliad be
fore Trial Justice Rlobinson onth
24th ult. < . E. Robinson aIpeant d
for the plaintilf, and J1. P. Car-y f r
the detendant. Soveral wit nesses
wer exaineal~ and the case w-as cin
tnued to the 3d inst w'hen it wil be
concuded. The 1laintif a~ks for
$75.L0.
Capt. J. J. G(arvin diedl at his homeC
near ientral, en Wecdn~esday, t be 24t b
of Januiary, at the age o'f sevenity three
,ears. At o-ne. time { apt. Garunz u. as
an active and accum ate surverv r in
Pickens district,anfd the records show
that he did muceh work inl Pickts
county since the war. In his deanings
"ith his fe-liow imn he wvas always
gfided by his con'.ictions of what wast
right and ho 2est, and in hi-s frie-nd
ships, which were inaniy, he never
-wavered. He w: E always recognizod
The continued rains have made the
roads disgustingly pliable.
there was not imuch of a rush of tax
payers the hlt day. They are pretty
well paid up.
Ball Childress has moved to Oco
nee county, making hii home near
Little River chlurch.
Frank Lenhardt, vice-president of
the Easley Bank was in Pickens last
ruesday ou business.
The coroner, W. S. Parsons-and
is wife returned last Tuesday from
t pleasant visit to the old home near
Uarnes',ille, Ga.
Me-s 4rs Boggs and Alexander of
HE SENTINEL, are the champions for
;ioking good five cent. straights on
,he Corbett-Mitchll mill.
Toney Ferguson, who was one of
Judge M.Fergason's faithful servaiits,
died in Greenville city last Monday
at about the age of sixty-three.
Last Friday evening, at the opera
LOuse, the Butlar Guards Minstrel
ho.w co.opletely captivated the audi
ee. All who saw it were uelighted.
Last Fridar night Dr. R. C. Wy
tt's ftue saddler went siek and died
The unwtable, wintry weather seems
to be as severe ou equiuity as hu
nanity
The beautiful and already ienonned
Dr. Leo has presented the Butler
uards with $100.00 to aid them in
heir trip to Richmond to attend the
miVv-iling of the Confederate monu
zuent.
Miss Laura Ellis, having completed
he post graduite course at the Nor
in College in Lebanon, Ohio, is
iow engaged in t-aching a fi .urishing
hool near Gainesville, Ga.
The Executive Committee of the
Celve Mile iiver Association is re
pwste(l. to met at Pickens C. H.
Iext Monday (saie dayv) to transact
)sine'ss of iuip)rt .1.- Every meu
)etr is urg1ed to ( esent. I he
.ussioliaies are UAS'. Livitted to be
>rmeu t.
The large pcrker, menticued t'vo
three weeks ig)o as belotiginrg to
W. J. PoudCr, of Daeusville, was
ilaughteredI last Friday. Its net
ecig ut wa 86 pound's. This is ahead
)f auN thin i' LI tile coutyut vet reported.
1ort'Coue, of Easley, will have to
ick 111: Iht iand come again.
Milton Ponder, a son of W. J.
koude. of Pwkens county, is attend
cIg ciege near Greenelle, Tenn.
1Ie is the largest on e among 323
oin' i.ue iui at't-udance at the col
ege. Dacu.,viile, the see ionl ini which
e as raised, is e uing quite re
ned for its large, partly mein and
ts fhar and comely woea
Last Tuesday- little Eairie Jennings
el fro.m the top of ai p~ain.g f-ece,
lear the Methodist p)arson sge, and
sustained a comupoun~d fract ure of tihe
Left arm in or near the elbow. The
yo~u l is a serion and paitnful one0.
Eh limb. was caeal~ set by Dr-.
Earle, and the little saifrer is doing
well as c-ou-d be expected.
Walter L. Boggs, of Liberty, has
ir thaukis f.ir a q iarter's worth of
L-egan t. hom mi~fi:u te cigars, r-ollea
saa f spanIiish fillers of his own
row th. T hey we-re suipeirb suwkers.
'uere is no lunger any do0ubt that
the soi and chimate of Piekeus coutyt
is adated to the successful growti
of al the best qualities of the weed.
Cotton is all that has kept it from
being one of the staple products of
the county.
Miark Printee.
Mr. Pr-ince dijed at the homfe of
as son, E. J. Pincie, near Picaeus,
n the eveniulg of the 24th uit., at
he age of eighty-oneC years aind ten
oths. Hlis fuuceral was had from
ie Presbyterian chuarchi in Pick"us,
tue services in the cburcb being con
ueted in1 a most appropriate and
oCieu manner Oy the pastor, lRev. J.
[. bly, D). D. After this the re
i:1ns were taen ini charge by Jeo
wee Lo(oge, No. 79, A. ik. M., and
muinutte d to the sde-nt t(omb, with
he usuailii imressi' e ceremonies o1
he rder. coidut.Ced by the wvor.ship
ful master, 'A .1.T. Mc-Fall.
A was eloqiently and truly r-e
aked by the pastor, Mark Price
was a good main m lie fullest and
orndst sens~e of tihe term. He was
fori irt-three years a malster mallson
and for forty years a memhlber. of the
r-steiaue c-h, having .j. ine~d
at Good Hope, ini Anidersonf counity.
He as a vointeer inl the Semimole
war of 1836, ande for several ears
had be u enroll-ed as a pensioner as
oiCeA the surn~vOrs of tuat struggle.
II s devoted wife ed~ the 26th July,
187, and hi- srviving chil'ure~n are-:
Ada-ms, Mr-. Htarrison Mc-Kee, .urs.
Rbec...ca Freean and Mrs. A. T.
Mr. Priuce served his clay and
geier~tion well, and in a ripe and
ip ali age, witib unwavermng fai: h
aidibii,.:,bt ho of immortality,
rossed oc r the avec to "rebt undei
Chicago Outdone,
Thre will be pilenity of no~velties ai
Ca ditornin! idwin.te-r fair. One ol
-onsideatlle interest wvill b~e a yerita.
le lake of quicksilver. Cannon bal.ls
ledlg hauners, rocks and othei
eav artiec will be la:c-ed besidt
te lake, anid 'isitors will be priv~i
lged to sail these strange craifts ir:
the silver sea. Ano ther exhibit is tc
be ;' house buziit of pine boards 15(
fet long. The house will be of thai
length and mot a cross cr;uck will be
sen ii its .side-s. The Fers is whee.
and Efel tower are to be outdrne
by a figure of .justice 150 feet high
hoidng in her hand scales with
e-s-s beam 300 feet lon~g. IIn eac
scale fifty people may be seated ant
. -asd by dipng the scaes to
~APER
k
For One's Price.
iBY SPECIAL ARRANGEME
WITH
TH: ATLANTA VEiU
CONSTITUTION
We are 'nabid to offer it with TI
-SENTINEL for (me vear f-'r $1 50, ch
hing subscriptions to be sent to this oil
and accompanied by cash.
LIBERAL PRIZE OFFEF
Every subse:iber to this remar'abahlec!h
bing pr position is entitled to enter TV
PRIZE CONTESTS, seuding his gues
for the
$1,000 Cotton Cr01) Conte
In which there are FOUR PRIZES offei
for tie NEAREST ESTlIMATER of
sir~e of the c'ttona crop of 1893l 4. nlow
ing mnarketed, and award to be made
soon3 as the. New Orleans Cotton Exchmai
announncs the odilin Crop tignresi. S
IN GOLD for nearest gpmess to the er<
620 pr zu forsecond. 900u pnze fom th.
(100 f r fourth, 8100 f .r fifth.
Crops for- rncenmt years ha~ve boen
follows: In 1888, 7,017,707 hal 5; in 18
(i,935,082; in 1850, 7,:31:,723i; in 18
8,635,,3i8; in ;53070:5
In addition to the above every ctiuW
ub~criber can enter our combination
70R FElBnUtART,
Supply the missing word in i
foliwing sentence:
"In society the all absorbii
topic in England during t
quarter was the Prince of Wai
and th ....-.....a f i.
ONE FOUR VH of the net si
. -iption receipts of thoase enteri
*hi contest will be divided amoc
?ihose who supply the correct word
:he lalnk in the above senten
Chas, if there re $5, 00, one fou
xould be~ $t,250. If ten supply
c irrect word, each would receive $1
if 100, each $12.50, &c.
IBoth of the above contests I
u d in addition to
TWO PAPERS
For the Price of 0r
IR WiTE CM1Qfii
Has a circulation of 156,000, an1
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. It
vors Tarift -Reform,. an Indcivi~i
[ucome Tax, and the Expansion
the Currency to a degree sufficient
meet the legitimate business demna
of the country.
It covers the news of the Wc
every week, having news corresito
ents in all the news centres of
world.
We offer you THE PIC
ENS SENTIN EL and Ti
ATLANTA WEEXI
COSTIUT10N for 81.
n)ar year.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
W. F. Hayes, et. al.
vs.
D. PS. liendricks.
Couiplaint for partition.
In pursuance of a decretal order
made in the above stated case ky
Hon. W. H. Wallace on 27th Sept
1893. I will sell to the highest bia
der before the court house door at
Pickens during the legal hours foi
sale ou
Saledav in February
next, the following described real
estate toinit:
B. B. Crane,
v8.
Eliza A. Miles, et. al.
All that piece parcel or tract of
I land in the eAnty and state afore
salid, on branebh wate-rs of %N olf
creek, adjoining land- of W. T. Bow
en, Russel J)uke, Mary Ann Smtli
and others, cont aining one hundred
(100) acres more or less.
Also all that other piece parcel or
lot of land in saiLd county and state.
near the cornrt' limiii!s of the town
of Pickens, and .-outh of said town,
containing twenty six (26) acres more
or less, on -Nshich Buncombe Arter
now lives
Also all that other lot or parcel of
l and adjoin~ing landis of Henry Law
rence, Wesley Griflih and Jacob
Griffin, and the last above mentioned
tract, containing tweuty acres (20)
mere or less.
Terms of all the above mentioned
tracts in this c ase, ca.Ah on day of
sale, purchaser to pay for papers and
recording,1 the samei.
'c z J. 3.. I EWART,
Clerk of Gourt.
Dec. 14, 1893.
TE WISE GARDEN 'R OR
beFARTMER WILL BUY
!c SEEDS AT SLOAN'S
DRUG STORE, AND THEY
, CAN
b
sesIB
SURE TO GT THE KINDS
THAT GRO.V. DON'T
FAIL TO CALL AND
oTHEM WHEN IN GREEN
~~VILLE, ANJ GET THE
BEST OF EVERYTHING.
SLOAN'S,
73 Main St., GREENVILLF, S. C.
W. L DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE NOTRP.
Do you wear them? When next In necd try a pair.
Best in the world.
45.00 . 3.00
#4.O00 $250
he 0 ~~FORLADIE"
2e .5O - 2. 00
ng ~.D0 ~~~FOR BOYS
0 20 $,1-75
If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made in the lates
styes, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3,50, $4.00 oa
b- $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look ani
Iear as well. lf you wish to economize in your footwear
II do so by purchasing W. L.. Douglas Shoes. Name an<
price stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy.
I.W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, M1ass. Sold by
hj J. E. SIRRINE,
Civil Er gir Er at d Survtyol
G 0reinville, S. (.
Spe~cial at tentio n give-n to Subl
jvsion of lanid, Terracing and estj
mI: of Waitr Powir Ollice 88
m [:in St., over Feltons's Book Ston
Jai24 :no
.. R. HI A OO.inB.. .1. L. TIuolL .FY, JI
LIVERT, FEEDJ arnd
EXCHIANGEA STABLES
EiMLEY AND) PICKTINs, S ('
(Op~posite HoteM;
is Carriag'' lugi'.' ant d ue IlIs'-'e' at ~e.
sonable~ Rata5 i ya I'tron Le soli tel
adsjI
he
50 PRICE S0 CENTS PER BOTTL.E.4
803K OF VALUABLE INFORMATION FUE. 4
eOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS. 4
ANN(
To begin wit
teade and pro
have never had
position among
counts. We al
can for them thi
been in some w
to come forwat
your help, and:
and give your n
We have sc
Coffee and Flo
Plows, Plow St
'ools. \Ve hal
will sell them a(
Come to see us
Mc FALL'S'
ALMANAORK
FEB R UAIR Y,
1B94.
The signs f the d.cliack are
now twisting arnund and
getting in good shape for a
good spring trade.
This almanac will start the ball with
sa ine assortment of hoinemade shoes
a :d1 bridhi s, halters, collars, breeclhing
an.i harness- -all mtade of home
tanned leather, and1 made for service.
We al-o have a nice lot of
sole, harness and lace
leather
A spl -ndidl lot of furniture and other
goods that is required to make a
home comn )ete.
Call and see our* goods and
give usi your patronagte ne
fatr as you can. Yours,
W. T.McFALL.
Notice is hereby given that the
i oliies of the F'armers' Mutual Fire
[nsurnlce Assom'ation will not take
ifet until the 1st day of May nest.
l'he delay is ciaused by sickness and
i nfav'rale we ather for the agents
>cauvas~s the conty.
J1. 31. S rGWxil, Pres ident.
For Male.
I oier for s t!e myr fatrm of 63 arces, well im
rove. ten miles fronm Greenville. C 11., on the
; icien read mrd known as the O'shield's place.
If not solo before the 15th of Jan. 1894 it will be
;old at iut tion on the r1emises at 12 o'clock.
d ec 7.[an 15.
$ Cveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and allPt
, ent business conducted for MoDtR ATE FEES
I ~ouR oricE is OPOSITE.U. S- PATENT m ,
*,ad7ecnsecure patent mn less time thau those,
rmefrm Wasthington.
I cdmdel, drawing or photo., wvithi descrnp
E tin. W navseif patentable or. not, free of
(cag ur fee not due till natent is secured.
* APA-~xtET,"How to Obt'ain Patents, ' with #
cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries
e sent free. Address,
~CASNOW&CO.
-. 01111001
>.COMPOUND,
A recent dlsoer yanoi
y,7W~ byj th~r&Sous IA
dies. Istheonly prfectl safe
*and reliablo medicino iscov
ered. Beware of unprinclpled
drugrgists Who offer inferor
medicines in place of this. Ask for CooK's COTrole
ltooT CostroCND. take no sustist toinclo*sslan
C' cents In ;osta,-e in letter. and we will send. sealed,
by return mail. Full sealed partl~icuar inplin
.&dcre~~J~ d Lly Comany.
No. 3 klsher Block, D)etrott, Mieh.
Sold in P cke ns and every where by
al 1resp 3ns bie Druggists.
Nwspapers .-. FR EE
SEDYOUR OWN NAMiE and address and
~ hose of five to ten of yout friends; or neighbor:
in a postal e-trd, of otherwise.,ind a copy of thi
u VANNAH WEE-KLY NEWS will besentt<
Seach address FREFE.
TIlE VE7.KLY NEWS
s a BUsI3FM AND FAMJLY NEwPAE.u' FoR TN
OtUNTRY RE.ADE.R. It is the Largest Weekly pub
ishd in the south-siteen largre pages. it i:
. nlendidiy gottcen up and carefuly edited. Ifyo
iave never seen a cipy of it, send for one en<
;ou will pronounce it the bi:;~cst and best news
Spaper you ever read. A drea*
T HE 5.E L Y N Ews.
A
) BRUCEA
)UNCEMENT FOR 189
h, we want to thank our friends fos t
mIpt settlemerts during the past sea
better collections. There seeis to
r the most of our customers to settle
ppeeciate such trade; and propose to <
s year. The few who. have stood badc
ay hindeted from paying us, we ag
i at once and do their best for us'
ou may need outs later. Pay us wha
ote for the balance.*
BARGAINS.
me Bargains to offer in Groceries.
ur to be had any where. A full asso
ocks, Plow Geat, Hoes and other
xe bought these gbods. lower t.an
cordingly. Lots of corn and seed oat
HAGOOD, BRU
NOW THEN,
BRACE UP
And siol) growliu
No wonder you t
Have you an add
No? Well, people
in business and tUi
seem hard to YO1
t all and get our
Put an add In Th
developnnents. I
Will soon pass al
Carpenter Bros.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.,
Have r
Buisti
iBuy yo
have a i
CARl
sencIAL- a
One Hundred Brewster
The BEST and C)
Ever Offered in S<
Greenvuille Coa<
We make the BE
One and Two H~orse
Why buy Cheap Western Wagons whn
Grat itnatewHoY E 1 1tst ?
H. C. MAR
(L WV. SIR tiE, Superintende
-THAT oN
JANUARY :
We will take stothk at
riew building across the stfee
All persons indebted t6
affd settle befote tlhat date.
We have w'aited patienti
on vga settling now.
Respectively, L
&jcot$
4i
eif liberal
on. We
be a dis
there ac
o all we
:, or have
ain urge
We need
t you can
The Best
tment of
'lantation
sual and
for sale
CE & CO6
Ig about hard timnai
hink times are bard&,
in THE SENTINELI
don't know you a"'
at is the reasn timed
Whilt otheors prospe
rates on advertising.
e Sentinel, and await
lard tijbes with ymi
ray..
ceived their stock of
Fresh Gardea
SEEDS.
ur seeds of themn and
~ood garden. Yoursi
ENTER RROS1
Spring BuggieE,
SE APRJTT
uth Carolinar
h Factory.
WAG&NAS.
can buy a Homemade Wagon'
KEY, Proprieof,1
it. - ap30y1
st 1894
d tricve into our'
us wi1l please call
y and miist insist
:Ws & oN

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