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A bicycle for a buggy I Don't all
speak at once.
TUK SENTINL bicycles will bereafter
be found in the garrett.
The bicycle policeman~ will be pro
vided with a spy-glass and pneumatic
J. T. Steele, now of Atlanta, has a
contract on the G. C. & N. railroad
Not only was the young fruit killed
by the recent freeze, but many of the
trees^Will live to bloom no more.
The second Sablath is usually a
dull day in Pickens, as there is no
preaching in any of the churchen.
M r. Jeff Gassaway passed through
Pickens last Saturday on his return
from a visit to the beautiful valley of
the French Broad.
Mr. Bluford Smith who is farmhig
Col. Hollingsworth's place on Twelve
Mile finished planting his corn crop
a week ago.
W. H. Simpson who was commit
ted for trial on the charge of a breach
of trust, having filed the required
bond, was last Saturday released.
When .the old court house is re
moved the public square will be toned
up into a beautifni grass plat on
which e Pickens lambs can gambol.
For several evenings last week, the
fire-wreathed mountfai ns wore a night
ly beauty to the citizens of Pickens.
Ve are sorry that Glassy Mountain,
the nearest peak, had its eye-brows
"I am bowed and tired" said the
town marshal when six town bicycles
darted between his' legs while he was
trying to head one from the country.
Last Satuirday Mrs. J. McD. Bruce
and Mrs. NMarv E. Alexander returned
from Charleston where they have
been on a visit to their father, Col. J.
- Have you read the six cammand
ments' There are four grown and
two baby bicycles in P.ekens not al
lowed'on the side walks. Four and
two are six.,
Col. W. E. Ninimons, of Eastato",
was in Pickens last Saturday, cirem
lating among his many friends.
though he has long since past hie
three score and ten.
Mr. Jet u Hammond passed through
Pickens last Saturday from a visit to
his farm on the Eastatoe, en route to
Anderson. lie was accompanied by
a pack of six beautiful fox hounds.
had beo attending the United States
court as n~ juror. He was much
pleased~with his trip and had a ral
Rlead the advertisement of Smith
& Bristow, leading clothiers of Green
-yvile, and see the maniiy bargainas
which they have to) oifer y'ou. They
give a ball aral bat1 freo with every
suit of boys clothing.
If the lonfers club and the bicycles
could r-un agazinst each other for the
privilege of occupyin1g the side wvalks,
and the ladies were allo~wed to vote,
we are aissured the bicycles would
win by an overwhehaning mnajor-ity
Mr. J. P. Caroy has enclosed
about one acre of his lot for a poultry
yard and stocked it with a half dsozen
of as pretty Leghorns lAS we have ever
seen. It is a great luxury to have a
near neighbor with a well stocked
poultry yard. We tr-ust that many of
thecitizens will follow this~ example
TJhe'~ altr-cation on the 2nd of
April between Dry. Kir-ksey, .1. K.
Kirksey and H. B. Hendricks-, grow
ing out of the town election is still
growing. Cross iuiformations5 have
been filed with Trial .Justice, T. C.
Robins.,n and the paelim inaries were
had Tuesday. J. P. Carey appeared
for the Kirkeys and John R. Bellen
ger for Mr. Hlendricks.
The appeal case of Elias Day & Co
vs. Pickens counaty was heard by
.Iudge Witherspoon at Greenville last
Thursday. Th'le appel)llant s, Day &
Co., were rep~resented by M. F Ansel
of Cothran, Wells, Ansel & Ilollings
worth, and the county by J. P. Carey.
After hearing argument, his honor
determined to sustain tihe appeal,
I' but granted further time to respun
dents attorney to submit authorities
Son the point of remanding tihe ca se
to tihe aounty commllissioners.
At the regular meeting of the
county commissioners last Tuesday
April 3d business of importance was
t ransacted. Cornissioner Lawrence
was absent on account of sickness,
and several cases were continult
until next meeting. T1he first ease
considered, was the changing of the
road from Pickens to Eusley. Five
persons testified in favor of change
one against. The special comnmis.
-Aioners8 appointed to lay out the roqd
and -repor-t at next meeting, are, E. E.
Perry, TI. J. B~owen anid A. M. Mau
dini. The rocad finom 18 Mile to Lib
erty was then taken up, there was no
opposition. E E. Perry, M. T. Smith
and J. S. Wilson wvere appointed spe
cial commissioners. The case next
considered was the iroad from the
AFolger place to Central it met with
310 opp~osition, special commissioners
to lay out road, J. Nv. Lawr-ence, B.
J. Johaatone~ and Geo. N. Maddox.
The, proposed change in the road
. froni Jesse Crenshaw's to Dacnsville
was continued until next meeting,
there being no represent~ative of the~
road p~resent. The claim of J. F.
Gr-an dy, against the county, for
. building bridge w< 5 continued. *The
note given b~y counfty comnmissioner
due Fe'bruar-y 6th 1895, was taken up
by payment onl same of the sum of
$700.00; interest on cash payment,
This is the picture of the editor
who tore his shirt into shreds and
burst the 1uttons off his pants to
elect a town council which shored him
off the side walk as soon as it got on.
Prof. J. Lawrence Murphree will
sing at the Baptist church at this
place Sunday April 15th from 10 to
II oclock, the public cordially invited
Pickens is a rushing booming town.
Main street is such a broadway ot
business and s'ich a hive of industry,
that the prudent- and thoughtful city
fathers have ordained that bicycles
shall not be allowed on the side
walks, and these are the only plac4 s
in town that are at all adapted to the
use of the machines. The editor of
TuE SENrINEL are literally grounded.
The iambler was a faithful wheel,
And lis deliLhted rider b.,re
Past glen and ilale and fruitful field,
But It can ranble here no uote.
Oft It fanned the fevered bow
And healed the heart al-at anguish tore,
But now I'd swap it for a-cow,
For it can ramble here no more.
The dead and wounqed children he
Each iW his precle us Ore,
And cliildhes parents aintive cry:
"Oh, IRubler, ramble here no inore."
The roafer drags up iis heavy feet
As one wheels by the store,
And mutters out: 'Stiny In the street,
And ramble here no more."
So, punctured Is Lhe Itanbler tire,
And feet are wings tiat cannot s ar;
They are plunged into the mire,
And ramble here no, more.
Now lonely, high and dry.
Upon the bleak and wreck-strewn th are,
The- coatlr, useless wheels will lie,
To frighten grazing cows no moire.
Farewell! farewell I thou southing buzz,
hu'lt quelled the city's din and roar
lht tle town con-icil says and des
ForbIds ine raimble any iore.
Mr. B. Smith Porter died on the
9th instant, at the home of his son
David, at the age of 97 years. He
was born at the Saim Porter place
about one fourth of a mile from where
he lived. Hence all the days of his
long life were spent in Pickens coun
ty, while he was < nee r. spectively a
citizen of Pendleton District, Pickens 1
District and Pickens county. From
the days of his lboyhood lhe was a
faithful member of the Moth idist
church. His funeral was had froma
Porter's Chapel last Tuesday.
Thme Way lie Peat It.
"Helo!so ; is yer. daddy inl?"
"Yes, sir ; there's t wo gentlemen
an' onie canfdidlatel"
Will be recpived by the counity co n
missioners until the 7th (lay of M *v
next, for the purchase of the ol'd
cour t houise. Bids will be received
separately for all the timber, satsh
and doors, for the iron steps and for
all the brick Bids will also be0 re
ceived for the house entire, all tile
material to be removed by such ti nie
as the commissioners may decide up.
on. Colmissior-ers reserve the rig lht
to reject any and all bids. If satis.
factory bids are not received for the
building as above mentioned, the
building will 1)e sold to thle highest
bidder, on a credit until December
1st niext, purchaser to give good se
curity for the p)urchafse money.
By order of the Board.
J. ,J. LE A IS, Clerk of Board.
The trustees of Prater's Mchool
District, No. 28, will meet at the lo
cation of scho >i sight, on Saturday,
May 5th, for the purpose oif letting
to the lo'vest bidder the b..ilding of
said house. Specifications are: 86x24
feet; posts 10 feet; flouring six inches
wide, kiln-dried and put down broken
j inited. W eathier-bhoarding to be
dressed; 6 windows, 1 door. To be
covered with good heart shingles.
Double wvall stone chimniiey,
J. E. BURROUGHS, C. B. T.
Pensilonera, Take Noice.
Pensioners who are entitled to any
of the Artificial Limb Fund, 1894,
arb requestedl to call at the clerk's
ofice and make their application be
fore the clerk of (0 urt.
J. M. STE WART,
A pril 10, 1894. Clerk of Court.
STAT op SOUTIh CAROLINA,
Court of Commnon Pleas.
Francis M. Folger
Corrie M. Davis, et. al.)
In Pursuannce of a decretal order,
made ini the above stated case, by
Hon. James Aldrich: I will sell' to
the highest bidder, before the court
hous6 door, at Pickens, S. C.. on sale
day in May next, during the legal
hours for sale, alt that certain niece,
parcel or tract of land, lying (>eing
situate in the county and SJtate afore
said1, on Little George's Orcek. con
taining tw enty-two and one half (22))
acres more or less; it being the same
tract set off to the children of John
Keith; sold for the costs and dower
claim in the above stated case.
Terms cash on day of sale, Pur
chlaser to pay for papers anid record.
ing of same. J. b, STEWART,
I ~Clerk of (ourt
War to the Knife in th
F. W. POE & CO.'S
While we sell the Finest and
Best Fitting Clothing and Shoe!
:bat money can buy, we alsc
rovide for those who can'i
Afford to buy our best goods
md herd are some of the prices
Boys' Knee Pants from ic
Children's Suits 50 cents, 4
:0 13 years. Better ones foi
i.oo, and Real Good School
suits with two pair of Pants
Men's Extra Strong Work
ng Pants 5o cents.
Mert's and Boys' Black and
Fancy Mixed Sack Suits from
A thousand pairs Fan c y
WIixed Socks, for men and
)Oys, 5 cents a pair-good
Jeans Drawers 25 cents.
IIG BARGAINS IN FINE HATS!
We are selling Hats Way
)own Below their Value,
4'ANCY COLORED SHIRTS
We were fortunate in securing
[00 dozen fine Negligee Shirts at v
vonderful bargain, and we are going
;o sell them at prices never heard u
Our prices are printed in plait
igures on the tickets of our garmentA
mnd they are inflexible.
We will cheerfully return the mone,
for all unsatisfactory purchases.
F. W. POE & 00.
RREENVILLE, - S. C
Pianos, 0 r g a ns
Musical I n 8 tru.
ments and Parti
Call on Alexande,
Bros. & Co., 10%
Washing t on St.
Greenville, S. C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Ini Prob~ate Cout
klice M. Bruce and H. Eiarle Russell
as admninistrators of the estate o:
J1. Frank Bruce, dec.esed, Peti
Baa Bruce et al. Rtesponde-its.
Petition to soil real estate in aid og
By virtue of a decree of the Pro
bate Court dutly made in the abon~
stated case, I will sell on sale day ir
May next, during the leganl hours foi
sales, the following real estate to-wit
All that lot of land and the build
ings thereon, in the town of Easley
County and State aforesaid; said 10
being known as. lot no 3, in the plar
of said town, fronting on Main street
bounded on north by Main street, or
east by J. Ellison, on soutth bi
U. F Smith, and west by J. E. R~ob
inson; containing one-eighth of ai
acre more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay foi
J. H. G. McDAmFIr,, 8. P. C.
18th A pril, 1894.
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syru
for children teething; softens t
(gumn1f. rndulteeR inflamyation. alave. pal
For One's Price.
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
TE ATLANTA WEELY A
We are enabled to offer it with THE
SENTINEL for one year for $1.50, club.
bing subscriptions to be sent to this office
and accompauled by cash.
LIBERAL PRIZE OFFERS
Every subscriber-to this remarkable club
bing proposition is entitled to enter TWO
PRIZE CONTESTS, sending his guesses
$1,000 Cotton Crop Contest
In which there are FOUR PRIZES offered
for the NEAREST ESTIMATE% of the
size of the cotton crop of 1893.4, now be. en
ing marketed, and award to be suade asi
soon as the New Orleans Cotton Exchaange
announces the official crop figures. *400
[N' GOLD for nearest guess to the crop,
9200 prIze forecond, *200 prize for third,|
* $100 fur fourth, $100 for fifth.
Crops for recent yearn have been as Yo
follows: In 1888, 7,017,707 bales; in 1889,
6;,985,082; in 1890, 7,313,720; In 1891,
8,C65,518; in 1892, 0,700,365G.
Ini addition to the above every clubbing
subscriber can enter our comsbination
WilNO !OR CODIU?
Supply the missing word in the
followving sentence: T
The moments were numbered; the
strife was finished; the vision closed. K
In the twinkling of an eye our flying b
horses had carried us to the termina
, tion of the aisle. At right
angles we wheeled into our former
direction. The turn of the road car- V
ried the scene out of my eyes in an
instant and swept it into my dreams
ONE FOURTH of the net sub
scription receipts of those entering
this contest will be divided among
those who supply the correct word in
the blank in the above sentence.
Thus, if there rre $5,000, one fourth eff
would be $1 ,250. If ten supply the TI
9correct word, each would receive $126, un)
if 100, each $12.60, &c. to
*Both of the above contests free ..
and inaddition to
For the Price of One.
T~u 2ULT CONII~lOK al
Has a circulation of 156,000, and is E
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. It fa.
vors Tariff Reform, an Individual Co
e Income Tax, and the Expansion of 2
the Currency to a degree sufficient to ce,
meet the legitimate business demands st
of the country. for
It covers the news of the worla
every week, having news cort'espond.
ents in all the news centres of the 80
We. offer you THlE PICK- h
ENS SENTINEL aind THlE no
ATLANTA WEEKLY th
CONSTITUTION for $1.50
AGOOD, Dfl CO.
PICKENS, S. C.
FE haven't been saying mi
is not out of place, however
ected stock of goods in Pic
rgains, but when it comes to
SHOES-Our stock comr
ir stock is larger than ever a
e have suits from $4.00 tc
RESS GOODS and FAN
ices on GROCERIES that c
be found anywhere. WE
AGOOD, BRUCE &
3 ,-I- 0-U-R-B
ohing now to need a
Double Foot Plow Stock, a
Cotton Seed Planter, a Leather
Collar, a Back Band and
We have probably the bc-st o
eth. Something new and durabl
mU may also need
a Guano Horn, a Tic
Out Chain, a Wheel
Blarrow, a set of Harness
a good Halter and a pai
ur wife wants a
Lawn Dress, a Hat
and Light Shoes, a new
Stove, a Milk Bucket, a
Churn and a New Broom
e girls all want
t nice Snilor Hat, a
newv lot of Ribons, a new
supp~jly of Embroideries, a
new Calico Dress and a
lot of other nice things
l'ho l:oys should have a suit o
ugh Cattonades or IIICKOI
RIPES, a Summer Hat or Pocke
ife. We have ai good stock. W.
y to sell and try to please.
V. T. McFAL L
blotice is h( reby given that th
icies of the Farmers' Mutual Fir
'urancee Association will not tak
ect until the 1st clay of May next
e delay is caused by sick nesas an<
favorable weather for the agent
canvass the county.
.1. M. STEWARiT, President.
sooekon (A t c 10
ld in Pick en. eveywer b
mm on*l ofindaf
us oly $ .0 pe10 squaolpret Mae
odrffoyerand lal nb on canpu
n. GumErstl Pitw coft nly 6p
is pr galonin blglat , Wor $4.50 fno:l
Sglolaon tba. Color0 dark a red.TI
p leksintno f roofs, ad wil lan
yeta. Tt IT. Sldenli d tap f
bidpe kes and fuverparicuears
mm-tati Roo fi npo
ond 41fo es n Braday NEWo YORKp
Locaun.lnsi PAg ots onlted.
Exuors pe aln n blotire*.aOt
gllprontus. having darmand agis
Sesnt or eron rLay, deceased, ar
ifid to rest themwa, properl~
>ven, to the undersigned, withi
i time prescrib~ed by law.
ich to you lately. Iliere is more in w
to put out a few sign boards here, sh<
kens County. We are not claiming tc
an every-day, substantial bargain, we
rises the cream of three of the best
.id there are some low prices among t]
> $15.00. IN HATS-We have evei
.Y NOTIONS in abundance for the
Ln't be duplicated. The largest stock
AXPPRECIATE YOUR TRADE.
CO. W. M.
Fin WATER ME
Now at CARPENTER
Jones' Gray Monarch,
for the Market.
Amuad stop gr'owli
No wronder you
r lWave you an1 ad4
No? WVelI, peopi
in Rbusinuess and1( t
meena faard'q to Y01
4'all arnd get our
Put uni34 ladm Ti
the Least bl a) ej
iSTYL ES St
a DEA LERS who push the sale of WV. L. D
e which hels to increase the sales on their
W. T. McFALL, M
PICKCENS, S. C.
On uded Bese
We snake the BEJ
One and Two Horse
Why buy Uheap Westce Wagons when y>
that will out last
40Patroulteo HOME IND)USTRY.
H. '. M AF
I M. HAGOQD tO.
EASLEY, S. C.
orks than words, anyway.
:wing the way to the best
have any two-for-a-nickle
:an't be equaled.
factories in the country.
lem. IN CLOTHING
rything a nian could wish.
ladies. We are naming
of Tobaccos and Cigars
HAGOOD & CO.
Best Water Melons
E DRUG STORE
- - S. C.
Ing about hia:-d tianere,
thaisk thanes are Isard.
riIin THIE SENTINEL?
e dona't kasow yeou are
hat Is, dime reasonm flanecs
I whEIe other's prosper.
ates oni adIveristaag.
lme SentIn,mI anid await
Elardl tames witia you
iH OE GENIN
Vmtr proof'. Best Shoe sold at the price.
Poice ghoe, 3Soles.
.50, and $2 Shoes, og
Uneqilied at the price.
>ys $2 $1.75 scho hoes
I. ~aDlES* 17
$3,s $2.50 $2a, $ | uh 7rfc
IE WO ' tas
ouglas S hoes ga in customers,
full line of goodIs. They can
n savw uoey byying anl your
CENTRAL, S. C.
u can buy a Hlomnead Wagon
I KLEY, Proprietor.