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Youthful life6 ih Plokba isa inl
Monday m~rbing Was tiid dhrMeft
klay of the witer.
Federal supbivleion of eleutidns hah
gone by the board.
The afternoon mail noW airives
and is distributed -B 4 T.
The 6th of Febtutly wah iW1d day
s1 ,the countycbib hishibne's office.
Mr.dJohn Lig o of Green'ville
paid our town a fying visit last Mon
Lak week D. X Hendricks sold
hirty bales 6f cotten to W M. Ha.
good & Co.
'As wifl be se on oUr first page,
there are now fifty-hine digeishties
in the State.
Some how sitting UP biose to peoule
you don't like very Well; never makes
you any warmer.
. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Sutherland, of
Pumpkintown visited Mrs. Florence
Griffin last 'I uesday.
James R. Morgan and several mem
bers of his fawiily, who have been
quite sick, are up aid abbbt again.
Nelson Smith is a tinodel ahd suc
cebsful farmer. His fields are as
neat and orderly as a well kept flower
Judge Brawley had an ovatioil on
taking leave of his inttiy Washiigtoi
friends. He had prepared himself
for a most useful car -., in moigi. ss.
John N. Smith has dug a well and
is preparing to erect a dwelliig on
the public road, just this side of his
father's. He has certainly selected a
ltich ilosamond's shop caught on
fre last Friday, and but for the very
prompt action of the few near at hand
there would have been a serious con
Daniel Baldwin, who had passed
his three score and tei v-arp, 'ied at
his home, neat Sunny Dale, on the
6th inst. lie was a nativ. of . nt
.Ron. Judge W. H. Brawley ar
kived in Greenville, S. C.1 from Wash
higton last Monday evenin-. He wfias
%iualified Tuesdav anld iunxiediatelv
assum'ed hi's duties in the United
The well known firm of AlcAlister
& Bentz, W'f 'Gi enville, hat1 been dis.
solved by mutual consent. Mr. Mc
-A-lister bas bought Mt'. Bentz's inter
%st and will -conti'nko to do busiuees
aut the old Vtai'd
Afia. Joseph -Jennings, the founerr
of the Jennings Orphilage -at 8paa
tanburg, died last Friday. She lived
to. inaugurate a groat and noble work
and was blessed with seeing it prs
per in her hands.
We sympathizo with Dr. 0. M.
Doyle in his recent suddeh attack of
agule while hunting i the Indian
Rivr ectonof ,Florida. It made
-his hnsrebeso, the whole prty
vas disappointed in having the cov
eted Yension for dinner the next day
The Cosmopolitan 'Magazine .for
February is now on file in Tn E SENTrI
M4EL office, and is a gem in both cofln
p)ositionl and workmanslhip.1T Any
une dtesiring good literature for the
home, will do well to sectire the Cos
W mfopolitan. Spcimen copy may be
-seen at this office.
Every (Sabbath school stiperintend
enL and teacher should haveo a copy
of 1'eloubLet's Notes on the Interna
tional Sunday School Lessons. It in
the best book of the kind extant, and
.a valuable addition to any Library.
Pr'ce, in cloth, *1.25, by %Wilde & (J>.,
Attention of out' readers is specialy
- alled to the Gum Roofing and tPaint
advertiged in our columns; it is ready
for use, easily applied and a very lowv
price-rliable article. Nothing bet.
ter for a newv roof, or an old roof need
ing repairs. They will mail vou a
sample if you write them at once, and
mention this paper.
Mrs. M. A. iR. Durham died at her
.homne in Oconee county last Thursday,
nndl her remains were buiried on'
Saturday at Zion, in Pickens countiy.
Her maiden nlame was Mc "~horter.
She had been for many years a de
'voted member of the 'Methodist
-church, an earniest and zeahmis Chris
tian, and leav~es many friends to
bnouirn her loss.
Capt. J7. T. Prior having recived all
the habiliments of office frotn Column
bria and Pickenis, has qualified as
Tr-ial Justice of Dacusville Township.
The sessions -of his court will be held
an the school house near Mrs. La
them's when school is not in. He
will weigh all his cases on the plat
form scales of honestyi, and the law.
yers must not try to p)1lug the
The chimney to the auditor's office
in the new court house caught on fire
a few (lays ago and emitted sparks at
a lively rate. Fortunately none fell
on the inflamiable roof of the old1
court house. If it had the whole
business would have wvent up in
smoke. Now, come right away and
get out all your deed(s and v-aluable
papers. ~There is not r oom for them
in the clerk's safe.
The marriage of Miss Olat Iolligs
worth to Dr. RI. A. Lancaster, of
OGainieville Flat , has been announced
to take place at the Pre-sbyterian
church, in Pickens, on the 21st inst.
at 10.30 a. mn. The ceremony will be
r~ performed by the piastor, Dr. Riley,
assisted by Dr. Curry, of Gainesville,
Plat. M~iss Hlollingswoh is the adl
rimred of all admirers, and if any one
coul be .worthfy of her heart and
Wedding bells will soon he r1nging
The Prees iid Banner informs us
that there is h scarlet fever scare iff
Col. James i 1Iagood Clerk of the
K. S- Circuit Court was in Pickens
last Ba~bbath,. J
bn. it.. F. Smith and A. W. Folger
bhlpp'ed a cut- of fAve beef cattle to
Norfolk last Fridat.
Mepsrs,.Gus fShuklin, of Oconee,
and E- Blythe; of Greenville, have
bien thosen da tUtors at Clemson
The many fidIidh of Mrs. John L.
Thuinley will bb glad to know that
she has quite recoiernd from her
C. F,. Roibhhorl will soon have a
new office on the ruins of the old one,
whiulh was destroyed in the meruor
able A-4e of tuiji 1893.
Capt. IL C. Grndy and Mr. Ward
will eauhh at sik horse crop this
year. The toirthr broke up about
thirty acres of land last week.
Mrs. H. C- Gitidy 1as a fine muster
of paafowls; and we have been inform
ed they are for Anle. Some prefer
the peafowl tb thrkey for dinner.
Some malibibns person last Wednes
day kiiltd it tiuable pointer dog, be.
longing to Uiaj. J. J. Lewis. His death
will be generally regreted by the
sportinen uf Pickens.
O4 the 1st Intt. Col. R. E. Bowen
atteudb , hibeing of the Clemson
trtitees %t Collifbbia. Several have
had the~i inameb itititioned as condi
dates to eisfceba Prof. Newman.
it is a i-lel with TiE SEXTIN1in not
to publijli annymous iortfihiba
tions. Put whti duboHiphfiied with
two dolligti' .bash hey will receive our
prompt and bareful altentio6.
Misses Lidio Folger and Lucy Gos
sett, two of E asley's beautiful, charm
ing and aceotnplished young ladies,
visited the Misses Murff and New
berry, f this place last wek.
So:ne comparisons are not by any
means odious. For instane Samuel
B. Dole looks like W. J. Ponder;
Wa3 no Mceagi like T. C. Spencer
and President Piexoto like N. A.
Mrs. Cresswell of Landrum's is
visiting the family of Mr. T. C. Rob
inson. She is teaching and selling
the art of crytalizing photographs.
She had for exhibition some very
pretty spelimens of her handy work.
Six Mile church, which has just
bleel finAhed, a few miles west of
Pickens, was burbed to the grouwit
last Tuesday night. 'The fire is sup
posed to have been of incendiary
origin, as ah empty oil oan was found
near the front step~s
"On to W#shington" went WValter
0. Hester last,ifriday mantled with
the kindest; winhos of his friends for
hi4 success, and arnred with a moth
er's praye.rs, and - biessings, fir de
fnice. Hie has the promise of a good
job on a weekly paper.
A bolt -of lightning near Luling,
Texas, struck the corner of a house,
passed through a shelf, hit a snouff
bottle and leaped to the Iloor, where
it seemed to exhaust itself on~ a little
two year-old child. The child was
only slightly stunded. but in a short
time its bank turned peifectly black.
Collector Townes has nofified D. T.
Bounds, of this city, to repair at onlce
to the distillery of WV. J. Ponder, in
Pickens county, to act as store-keeper
and gaugei-. This ill a temp~orary ap
pointme'nt, but it is understood that
Mr. Bounds will have a p~ermaknent
position soon. We congratulate him
on receiving the first lum from' the
Uncle R. E. McWhotetr rites
fromu Salubrity, Ga., to renewv his sub
scription to TIlE SE~NTINEL. and COnl
gratuilates the editor on makinig
friends with thn governor, and initi
mates that a smanll nibble from the
pie counter set us adi right. He is in
tine health and spiritR, and notivith
standing the low price (if cotton, he
is preparing for nuother big crop
Venum and Nap~oleon.
At presenit, Venus is our- nearetst
neighbor ainong the planets. It will
not, be so near igain in eighty years.
About 2 p. m , anty b~righit, clear (uay,
it Jna~y be seent at its meridian The
Washington Stnr has the following:
"lIt is l'elated by Ar-ago that Napoleon
Boneparte, upon his repairing to the
Luxembourg, when the directory was
about to' give him a fete, was very
much surprised at seeing the multi.
tuide which was collected in the Rue
do Tour-on pay more1 attention to the
region of the heavens, situated above
the palace, than to his person or to
the brilliant sinaff which accompanied
him. HeT inquir-ed the cause and
learned that these curious personts
were observing with astonishment,
although it ws noon1, a star which
they Svpposed to be thtat of the con
querer of Italy, an Iilusion to n hich
the illustlious general did not seem
itdifferentwheni lie himiself, with his
piercmng eye, remarked the radiant
A (apitel ChIaracter Dead.
Mma. ('lara Morris, known as "Lady
Jane," who kept a phlotograph and
curio stand ila the corridora leading
from the rotunda to the House, died
Wednesday, at her~ hiome, 515 Fifth
str-eet southbeast. She was born in
8ou th Carol in a seventy-fou r years
ago, and( came to Waskhintgton at .the
close0 of the war. She had a peculiar
personality, and wvas known very well
to visitors and residents of the city.
She died p~ossessed (of consider-able
p)roperty, consisting for the most part
of twelve houses. Funeral services
will be hetld at the residence to-day.
Requiem mass will be0 sung at St.
Peter's church at 9 o'olook--Wash
Atitior or Pickedi dt,
e4- . Be it enacted by the Senat4
aid l-buse of Representatives 'of thf
State of South Carolina; now" met an
sitting in General Ausetibly, and b)
the atithority of the same, That aftei
the lassage of this Act th' County
Auditor ol the Cotinty of Pickene
shall receivo ai aniudlMsalary of five
hutindred dollars: Provided; That the
Cbiuftrollhr-Oneral shall not issue
to tlhe said Couritt Audfbr a warrant
for his satlary tintil said Auditor shall
hav6 filed in the ,offleb of the Coipa
Lroller:Getlral all Absfracts and re
poftS due by said Auditor to be filed
wvith thei Comptroller-General: Pro
eided; ffitei' That said Auditor shall
iot receive any conpensatiol froii
A i County to defray the expenses of
issessnfent of .propbrty; as now pro
ided by lVw.
Sec. 2. That the provisions of thiN
Ict shall ot iake, effect untill the 1st
lay of Janutry, 1895.
Thdt all Acts inconsistont ivith
his Act be, and the sinide are hoieby,
Approved Dedember 18th, A. D.
rhe Fdi-in'ek and the Niwapses- Slai'
Many men think that newspapet
non are pereiftent dunners. By way
>f comparisoir; let us suppose tiat a
Farmer raises 1;00 brishbls of wheal
i year and sells this to 1,000 persons
n all parts of the country, a great
portion of them 6aying. ', IJll hatid
you a dollar in a short time." The
rarmer does not want to be small,
ind says all right. Soon the 1;V00
aushels are gone, but he has nothing
'o show for it, And then lie realizes
le has thrown away his whole crop,
imd its value to him is due in a
Jhousand little driblets. Consequent
y he is seioitsl embarrassed in his
business, because his debtors, each
>wing him a dollar; treat it as a small
natter and thitik it w(tild tilt help
nnch. C~ontinne~ this kind of bu..inxM
eal in and yeari out, as the pIlilisher
loes--how long will he sta' d ii? A
nonien't's thought will diitinde any
>nm that h ptibllhei- bas cause for
PRICE 50 CENTS PE R BOTTLE.
300K OF VALUABLE INFORMATION FREE.
WISE GARD)ENER OFs
FARMIER WILL U UN
SEE3DS AT' $LOAN'S
DRUO S~olmE, AND THE\
SU R1W TO GETP TH E KINDS
T H AT G;ROV. DON 1
FAIL TO CALL AND
THEIM WHEN IN GREEN
VILLE, AND GET THE
BEST O0F EVERYTHING
13 Main St., GREENVILLE, S. C
J. E. SIRRiINE,
Civil Ergiter and Surveyo:
Greenville, S. C.
Special atention given to Sul:
division of land, TJerracing and esti
mation of Waiter Power. Office 88
Main St., over Felton's Book Stort
1,. C. 'I'ItrhNL.T
EXCH ANGiR STiABLES
EASiLY' A Nn PR-K ENS, S C.
so aleR 1 at.orr i Sadl < on es t Re
I'IrAaflroatd h as nt ytome to Plcesa, h
tal to anyone In te othe to it, ja t t
th phone" and cal) tito one~ you want.
reg rams promiptl y trainii'ed and corre<
naraniteed. A 1 nsages for Pickens at
For One's Price.
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
TH: ATLANTA WEWLI
We are enabled to offer It With TIIE
SENTINEL for oie year for $1.50 club.
hing subscriptions to be sent to this offibe
and accompaid. d J cash.
LIBERAL PRIZE OFFEkS
Every subctiber td this fbmarkable club
bing proposition is entitled to enter TWO
PitIZE CONTEST'S, sending his giesses
$1,000 Cottori rop Contest
[n Whici there are FOUli PRIZES offered
for the NEAREsr ES'iNATEs of the
size of the cotton crop of 1863-4; now be.
ing marketed;-and addird to be inicde as
soon nii the New Oileanis Cotion Exzchanee
annIounIces the oficial crop flgures. $400
IN GOLD for naenflest guess to the ci-op,
$200 prize forsecorid, $200.prifze for tliirdI,
$I100 for fourth, $100 for fifth.
Crops for recent fearsa bave b-en as
follows: In 188 '7,017,707 bales; in 1889,
(,935,082; in 1880, 7,31,72%j in 1891,
8,635,518; In 1892. 0,700;305.
In addition to the above every clubbing
subscriber can enter our combinnation
Sdipply the missing word in the
"tn society the all absorbing
topic la~ England during the
qluarter was the Prince of Wales
ON1E FOURTIt Of the net sub
scripliun receipts of thoso entering
this contest will lbe divided ardong
those who supply the cofr'edt word in
the blahk in thai abbve seiltence.
Thus, if there rre $5,(i00, one fourth
would be $1,250. If ton supply the
corrct~ word, each would receive $125,
- if 100; edeh $12.50; &c.
Both of the above contests free
u nd iriftdditieri to
F#or the Price of One.
Hats a circulation of 156,000, and is
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. It fat.
v'ors Taill' Reformn, atn Individual
Income Tax, and the Expansion of
the Currency to a dogf'eu sufficient to
meet the legitimate brusiness deinands
of the country.
It covers tho n'ewvs of the .world
every week, hav inig noews correspond
ents in aN the news centres of the
We offel you THlE t'iCK
SENS SENTINEL~ alni 'FIIE
CONSTIF'TUTION for $1L50
To begin with
trade and pron
have never had 1
counts. We ap
Lad for them this
been in some wa
to come forward
your help, and y
and give your nc
We have sot
Coffee and Flou
Plows, Plow sk
Tools. We hav
will sell theni ac<
Come to see us:
The signs of the Zodiack are
now twisting around and
getting in good shape for a
good spring trade.
This alhtana will staft thid iall with
a fine assortment of home mdd shoes
dnd bridles, haltera, collars, breeliing
And ha1ness--all natcd6 of hoitie
tanned leather, adi intido foi torvice.
We sho have a fice lot of
sole, harniess and lace
A dplendid ldt of furnittire rtnd bther
goods that is required to tuake a
CLall and sed our goo'as and
give us your patronage ile
far as you can. tus
W. T. M\/cFA LL.
Ndtico is hereby given that the
polleies of the Farrniers' Mutual Fire
Insurance Assomvation will niot take
effect until the 1st Slay of May next.
Trhe delay is ca'used by sikness and
untfavorable w~athei' for the agents
to canvass the county'.
J. M. STIE WA RT, President.
Caveats. and Trade.-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for MODERATE FEES.
VutRICE a PPOIT U.Q PATENT OrlCE
enmotodel dawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A PAMPHL.ET, "llow to Obtain Patents," with
cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Address,
OPP. PATENT orricc. WAsHINGoON. D. O..
SCOMPO U ND.
A10 vert dso to s byano
n edionos in plac66f r s e dcoe.4u~ I rr
enrinos. l t h ulypret ae
e o anmaaidlesbne 2 t mis.
oe. isareot enprioia.4
al epnil druggistsWoofrifro
those C o f e no y ur friedorneio rs
echdent no F~~ltRF.ata.. - a~aqAi(
by.a rIAn A ND Ful poa . PAtoir gnp
lishe in thaes o Sth-s.nlag4 aos t
Slddy gtn upcc and aryheed bfy
ya ll ronouce tebirggstadbenes
N paper ed d s . . .RE
SI-Al YO~ Tu w n ; NAEi adrs, n
ona gostd rf for yealrtud and an cno pt
itA onAIWI GNnEateWaill b cost o0
t ea ind re in or1au ofs ti il.ls
fort yerTRY llA)a t . dud irgstniypufor
sapledygttstj and arulete. o
8o9 anl 41 b West 10 B adwar feet Mo'k.a
1NCEMENT FOR .i89
*e want to tieadrk dtir. fie'd's f(6r thi
9ipt seiiiedtg din elf past ed
3ettef colleciloni. There s'eenids 1
the itost of duf custopiefs to sette
preciate sitch tiade; and propose to d
year. The few who have stood back
.y hindered fr'm paying us, we ag;
at once and do leir best fot us' i
au may need ours lardi. Iay ds Akt
te for the balance.
ne Bargains. to offer in Groceries.
r to 4e Had any where. A full assoi
inks, Plow- Gear; H-des , and other F
6 bought these gb'ddU tower than u
:bididgly. Lots of dotn and s'eed oafs
Anad stop growltas
No wonder you t
Have you an add I
No? Well, people
in bustasess amid tn
meeni laard to YOU i
iall and get onr I
Punt an nddE in The~
ivill soon pass ail
The Best Shoes for
the Least Money.
NI SSTHE~ SEsr4SOE
DNAiLrR$ /ho push the sale of W. L. 13
which hlsto increase the sales on their
afo(twe a a A nas prftan4* VU e f ou cai
tV. T. MicFA LL, M
PICKENS, S. C.
Carpenter Bro .,
GREENVILLE, S., C.,
Ond Hundred Brewster
The I3EST and CI
Ever Offered in S(
Pe make the BE:
One und T1wo horse
Why buy Chieap esbrn Wagons when yoit
that will out last it
CFPatronize HOME INDUSTRY.
ie a dis.
JE & CO.
K about hard tv:$g
aliak tinmem are bard'r
lam TAKE SENTINEL#
don't kanow you are
it In the reason IImef
vhie othera prosper.'
-ates Ot tvadVertIsIga
tSNiaivtu , ind a*ait
a-d tianes witk i44
n Waterproof. Best Shoe sold at the pris.
tm n~r costig Ar o
50, and 02 Sho,
Unequalled at the price.
L0 At IE TO& I shEsW
bottom. broeka ee
IE WO "'''
uglas Shoes gain customersg
Full line of goods. They ears
ro aon apuleato.nga e
CENTRAL, S. C.
ceived their stock of
ur seeds of themi and
rood gardeni. Yours