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:,-MIss Lena, Bowan is in chargo of the
dttict school hear Six Mile.
--Mss Minnie Kent, of Charleston, Is
'vWeltlug Miss Fannie llagood.
-Thos. Welborn is visiting his father,
tol. W. 1. Welborn, on Tuga oo.
-Six Mile Club reorganized last Satur
day and elected T. L. Iobertson president.
-Mrs. Georgia Boggs is teaching a flour
Ishing district sehool near Capt. F. L. Oar
David Holder is the owner of as fine a
f6X months' old colt as can be showin in
25th of August, is set
Iie Creek. Next Sttur
vas elected mayor of
by a smaill majority
is return ed to jail to
U out 11s sentence. The sheriff
W'r te himie to come and he caie.
*'-The pastor, 1ev. G. 11. Shaffer, assist
bd by R1ev. E. P. Iutson, is carrying
on a protracted meeting at, Bethlehem this
-The Rleformi Executive Committee of
Pickens county met at this plice last Fri
day and establised a voting precinct at Call
-AMr. A. Kohn, the enterprising reporter
fdj the Charleston News and Courier, at
toided the campaign meeting here oin last
-Jno. I. J. Miller is teachiig a flourish
ing school near Five Forks. We wish him
much success. Ile is well equipped for
-T,hC Columbia State, one of South Car
Oliniq most worthy ipers, was well repre
.senti) on campaigin day by Mr. J. W.
I-After the ball the town council did a
tvisO and timely act in having the rinds all
gathered Up and removed from Cbu streets.
'he plea was self-defence.
-The attention of our readers is called
to the advertisement of .lo:,es & Carrisol.
They have a new stole and new goods, and
that is the place to get bargains for your
A protracted mecting was commence(d at
8 -on last Friday evening by the pastor,
I tv. J. E. Foster. M uch interest has ad
ready developed. It will go on during this
---W. W. Price, the jovial reporter for
the Columbia Ile-igter, visitel list Friday
with the caillign,ers a1 dulid his share of
keepling the assembled crowd well enter
-Belle Murphree, white, was commitned
to all la'.* Monday in defalit of boiud to
mthwer at tle next term of Court for mishe
havior. Jake Lynch, colored, chargett withl
thie same offence, gave bond for I1s up
--An overland mountain party left Pick
ens last Saturday for the "Laud of the
Sky," by way of llighlands. 'i'ley were:
Charles Prileau, .Julins Cogswell, George
Mloffat, 13. A. I Hlgood, Charleston; T. 11.
Butler, Union; J. \V. Bruce, Anderson; P.
E. Alexander, Piekens, and Jas. Gralam,
--Our old artist anul expert job printer,
J. E. iinch, is in the Srrxn. -c a2in.
andl is ready to execute promilptly and in
the best style all kinds of job) priniting.
Bend on your ordlers for en velopes. note
heaids, letter heaids, welding iinvi tations,
pamphlets. &c. All work neatly dlorfe and
promp~tly dleliveredl at moderate pices.
--Mr. S. J1. Chills, who lives in IBrushy
Cztek township) on thle line between An..
dkfg:on and1( P ickenis coun ties, brought, to
tims plae a load of forty- live watermielons.
the largest one of which weigrhed 4;2
pounids. TIhe total weight of the fi rny- five
melons was 1.710 poun..s. Mr. Chtils say
lhe has nn acre and a half aull as line 'as
those soki here.
-There was a good andl profitable moret
lng at the Camp Ground last week. Tlhe
inistcrs ini attemldance were: S. P. Hi.
Elwell, D). D)., C olumibia; J1. 1B. Earle andl
E y;&i~din, Wecst Andierson (1irenlitI;
0. L. Durant, Tlowniville'; John1 0. WXilsoun
P. E., and G. 11. Shalfer, paistar. Thme ex.
ercises cIlosed~ last irriday tnorniing.
--James N. ilichey, the father of ex
Sheriff Rlichey, died suddenly at hiis home
(in last Tfhursday mornIng, the 2d1 day of
August, at tbc advanced age of 79) years.
Hie wvas an hionor'ed and resplected citizenl.
All of his children and1( grand-children at
* n"v ." th. runor,,,I ovo'nt .Tohni T1'i -
couiy, and1( LItu: ileeus,5 e,i, 'aeil.~ il, 111
h lne have their at tentiona called to his runm
ning ad~vertisen:eniits in this county, to0-wit:
Thec line, slyishi huggies, and1( the subsian
tial and light, running walgonl no0w being
used( by those who know where is thle bmest.
place to get, good treat ment and1( good bar
*gns. Hie always keeps oii hand1 at tbot
t m icnies most any kind of conveniences
you need( on a farm.
R1ev. 11. A. Childl, of Chester, prenehed
at Washington street Methodist Church n
Sunday. The sermion wals an earnest and
eloquent effort, and1( was1 listened t.o withI
deep inteeb ai large c'ngregation.
-" o roulnc o God"' was the'. (llpit of
M. L. lUceziey, of llount county, Tenn.,
a geologist of some niote, was ini our town
the other day, and from the specimen of
rock bilack blatedC~ from (our public wve'
which is being sunk dIeeper', say3s that, we
have sonme of thme best granite rock to be
found anywher~me, uund if the attention of
outside capitalists coul be called to this
f 't big developments would result. 1 Ie
1 ther says that a belt, of this graniin runes
quite thlroulgh the county and has a breadth
of about thirtecen miles, including Glassy
-Johni L,. Ellis, of Gainesville, Gan., was
shaking hands with his old friends in Pick
ens the first o( the wveek. Hie is ini the
best of health and is doing wvell in his 11all
county home. He~ hats gotten over the2
Texas fever of which he haul a severe at.
ta -k about a year ago. lI[e is straight
r)gia1 De~noer-at and thinks thme emplire
tito will snow the populiste under in the
next election, lie was mn the county con.
vetition and exp~ressedl great suirpri ses at
Cleveland's unpop~uharity there. In Gleor
h. $ hev are still proudl of his (de
* '' * .01(1ld istol
H which lie
oned.0~ to re. arm~siil wheo
ft embedIded itself against the bone, with..
Cut eve n penetrating the shirt sleeve which
was dleftly tucked in the wound along with
the- piatol hail for a 38 calibre. The coat
sleeve was penletraited andtt badly powder
burnied'. After the wound was dressed by
D~r. Williams, lie wvent on with Ils work.
*If the missile had had three or four feet of
momentum,. it would~ have broken his arm
Tlc ConIveltiol wNas called tco ordcr 1ast
BMInIy at II a. Im. ,i. I. Miller nomia.
ted W. V. 1F. Bright for teLliorary chair
Iaul. W. N. Bohn nomninated J. M. Stew.
art. The vote wias put on a (ivision ain(
J. M. Stowart was elected by a vote of 26
to 28. \Y. V. F. Bright was maide secre
On m1oliot1, a conimittee of five Oil cre
dentials was appintmed: J. H1. Miller, WV.
N. Bolin, 0, T. Martin, J. 1). Mt. Keith
and W. N. Ilutghes. The hitter was ex
cused as he was on2e of two delegat ions fhom
Foster's Store, and M. A. Boggs was up
pointed inl his stead.
Tile point as to whether the ehlims of
tie two Contesting dlecgations shoidd go at
once to the collilittee oi Credentials, or
be reserved for the consideration of the
convention, was discussed. One of
these delegations was composed of
J. It. Featherstonl, It. M. Fo)ste-r, Th'lomas
Jewell, and It. B. A. Foster. The othe r
wits Composed of U. W. Orillini, Miles Sin
gletoil, Arthur lunt, W. 0. Singleton and
W. N. Ilughesg.
Tihe conililitteec Sent out for One of Ilege
delegates at it time to conic inl and inake
a statteient. Mr. Johnston called for in
formationl as to the refori primayrv. Mr.
T. C. Robills(1 Said he i nlot, knolw that
it was in order to speak on that Subtject now
to a dem1lloucritic coliventioln, but lie ciuld
speak to I hem11 ats reformIiers. Th'le clubs Swould
meet oil tle 1 iml ll sendil (e.'legat('s to hIle
coiveitioll to me1, -et, next. Monilay ThIatL
Convention woulld see what. wolib he done
about, the Choice of the convention for
Governor. I urge upoin you to have every
reformer amd every conservative w% ho de
sires to vote, to have Ihis n2iiie ed upo1 iin
tile reform cl rill roll4ni or hy SlturdiaY,
Iaball Maiiulini Said 111 ccill w for , p.
m. and the election could niot com1e ofi bc.
fore that tiile. -
Mr. Robinlsonl Said ie did not state the
tille as he thought it wou1d be at tile usizual
limtie. There was another. thing. h'lcr
was som talk of calling off the (chb vilce
Lions and the conveniItion 4 refoirmnirs at
Colibilia. Iay loatiction to that i is it
goinhg to Ie o(nle- WN'e l:ve 1:SS-( (i1n thit
twice aml a1gr'eed to it, and I amt gnill- to
the iletil~g t~iiolrrow nIl am satisfied it
w ill not le donle.
Durinug tie luill awIaitiing the report, of
commilittee on credient mits, Co iiv (ha2illmn
Johnston twngged to tate that. (each Voter
shinul ru'ieie r tlit in oidel to Vote at
the primalry, the iiiuine of (he voItelr mullst
be enrolled ]iv-e days before tile election to
he held on tlie '28th of Aiu'..,iti, and the va
riou1s Chibs should noat10e the tact.
The c'ommiiiiitee on cred.litials after hear
ing 11om21 Sir ghicton id F'eailicrstont pr4
and con oi le Foster's tore deliemins
also called for W. A. Phiillips, W. N.
I Iiuczlies and H. M. Focr', heari-g Ifrom1
One at a imi .
A fter ahit oie oumr's dielmbration i he
report, wals presenAid. It n---1ommein-v
thle :-e ting- (d thle (". W .- Grllin dee at 1.
it. .J John t mov~ed I(. ado(pt the( --
pirt of the collmiiltec. J. 1. "tiherstn
protested againist this. lie said .1. It. Suwit
erI'ild was the real pre.:idiet o)f Iti clh.
Anld legroes whoc were nii) of age had beln'
brou-ghat there to Vote 1gini list I1S. When
we (heelec a presideit the other del eA:.:atioin
split off frolIl us ain 'd went to the wools and
Idonl't knlow what thley d]id. If, that1, is de.
niocracy I aill no diemocrat. If ( WI' aunl'u t
ret represelt ation they (olight nit to have it.
W. 0. Finigletoni sal he :nhiii d that
he Voted at Daeus"ville. He hceni the iox
w11as going to be mv Iied to lsniper's Slip.
We were then haalier tii l 1.' r's .-r).
r. Fcathirston: " on't yu hlne'.' tl it't buct
prciict could not bec move(d wilhout an11
act of tle Legislatire ?" Mr. Singletan:
"'I don't Ikniow."' Mi'. O'Detl: '"The2 voting
precicict was changed from D)iasville to>
L~ioper's Shiop ini 189i3. " Mr. Siniglet on
said ias to giimg to) thle woods, we mail er
stoind that, Mi'. IFoster' ordcer'ed us8 out of his
store. Mr'. Foster: "'I den~y it.'' Theic
Chia aiman: '"Now bretheren~l, let, this maict
ter' lbe discussed quiiet ly. Tlherae is need of
a little oil 1)n the tronhded watrrcc.
Miles Sinigletoni said thle dele'gati's were
about to lie appin ited wihouit ai r'eorc'-uli
zaction. Our crowil w~ent to thle wiood0 s, re
nrgaize',.cd and apipiintedl the th legates dlne
of whom I amn whieb. Thi''cis the striilet
of it.'' Oni moitioni ofl WA. N. 1iwliin the
cert if1icates fiom an1osteri' Stoic werei re'ad
and(I tihe (hliest iion wasic called for. 'Thle enii'
pu2t thle voteIA andi declcar ed t hat the "a:ve-"
had it. Tlhie chairi tlwni acskedI whoii t th
(conlvenction wo'ubi lt have forii ieri anentii
1'rteietI .J J. J1ohncstoin wa':s ni':ni~nated
anid J. M. Stewit, 1)n 21 division1 Mr'. Ilohn
ston was111 dclhiredtC elcte bylli a v'ote of 1
the chiri and thaniikedl the cinv enioni l fori
lhe hionor', for ihle c'on1siidhered~ it ac ri 12ien
puigned. tic was as gonodc cii a th-mocat as
thier'e was in I le landl, but, ifI Cle'vehual was
a demiocrat hie (Johuiston) was no t. (Cleve.
landI wa'cs noi bet'.ir democrai'it tha liiiBen lItar
Mr. Uighzlt was miadei permanilhenit scare
tr'y. J1. M. Stewairt was elected vice pres
'T'he followving were the(n elected as mica.
.'rs of thme ('ounit y exi'cutivs ('iiniinillte':
'islc' WV. A.I Ihuniilton; 1ihty, II. (.
.rsc, WV. IH. Gac irett; Iluriiennie. J1. iN. ilur--"
phire'; (Cross 1 l'hins. J1. P. l''emnd er: 'Cent ral,
A. B. W illiamis; IPiecensc, (I. \'.'I) irr; Da-c
cuisville J1. TI. t bihicires; Foiteri's St or'. W.
0. Sinltonm; I'wompkiintowii, ). F. Sith
crlatnd. Eaistactoc' and(10 11alhoun wereId ilt
reprel'senlted. .I. 'T. 1 cithe offertil'ed the (1 fo
lowing resohnt ions which twere adopt< t
by a riing voted:
Resolved, ThaIt wve, thce pe'op le of '~ici..
(ens counitvy ini(11 coneintion am mblei d oci
hereby (expriesi (ur2 hearlty end114rsenn-u'it of
aind the able cad ccessfull m-auiiier iln
whitch the has illed his high atnd r'e.sponlsible
I lesild, Thact w~e conn11 und thle veryi\
able mannerl~cl in whmih CI ot ressmiian lI
gress, andI as the htigh est.(11 compitni'it we
coult( 1113 la~iiii, pledlge o)ur2 1.up1lfort, ill thes
0ensum g inimary.
WV. 0. Singleton wished to hav ~e Iliw res..
oluit imn of 1"oster's5 St ore chihi endoi rsinog I).
by thle convent ion. Mir. Bheriff tohld him i
tco wr'ite out is r esiltion and1211 submnit it.
WV. 11. Briyatl. 510n4i dl. Norr'iis plosit iely~
.Mr. Singleton said In' wan ted himi for'
ieutnt -Gtit'overnor02, and 2( I h i a not hi m
T1his is thle rescoluition, w~hhi wcsash ipt..
Rtesolveh, TJhatt we heirilly einniom' I lon.
ID. N. Norris for Lieutenant-Governcror, and11
woulct1d he ightecd to 50 11 hilm electedi to
'Ithe convenltion thent adjournedl 1ine( Ii'.
'lhe exed ut ive comuunt tee then1 miet andii
eeted 11 ..10Johnston its chirmanit aind .
TI. Child ress asH secretary.
Th'Iis (club1 met, ini thle courit hioue at .1 p.
im. Inst Mondahiy, andll was1 cal led to odI'
by lIonl. WV. 'T. Bowen,. T1here wer'e thlirty
TheI pre'(sidenht redl ttbe (sall of ('hidirmnis
Johnstonl and1 stated that the flrst busi ness
was to (hel t ai pcsidtent. (I. W. Do)crr
noinailftedI I ton. WV. 'T. Boweni. Ter"' bic'.
ing 110 other noiatin s I il, he wad eec I 'A
by iacchunailtioni. J1. k. iliggs wits mociie
vCIicepresit and ,J. M. Stewarit was madioe
secre'tariy and1( treasulrerl. L. h. Durb'lain,
Iirvin Mlleir and TI.. (I. Rlobinsoni were elect
edl as the (excenltivYe commitee.
Tihae foillowin u ~~werie, oil mlotioni, appo it..
cd as idel'gates to thme coiunity coniiventionl:
J. M. Stewart, TI. C. Rtobin1son, J. Ii. (1.
Mcaniel, L,. 11 hDurhamn, 0. T1. 1futchmiis,
MI. II. Bowen and( Irvin Miller.
and E'~lsha Gilstramp werCe malde ltelrnateii.
Oni motlin the club adhjouirnled subtjeet toi
the call or itmu jormint.
---The board of visiters to Cleinson Col
lege rsport everyithing quiet oi ie enueca. 'r.
-Irvin lloggs is teacling the school at i'
Liberty drring his vacatiou front tie
. n--The liasip-mllecting Was the flfty- t
sixth. Auit )Oi a Almrphree was there, S
and0 that Inaide flfy-t wo times shte had( at-a
tenled the ieIt'ting inl succe'ssion. SIe Is e
eigty-ihnwe years of age.
. Frank Looper says last Saturday
m1torniig Ihe caugh it a red fox lifter at tWo
ho11s taIia anld a (ive hours race -a firl and 101
squore race bet wixt Ih' dogs and fox whieh '
was caught on the grotunt lcause Ie could -
no longer out. Windm anl out ri the (ogs.
lIe says tit he has the best pack of (logs
Libri !i in the Slate. Thi rae was a inost
exciting anid interestinig one.
-Priof. Il. S. St ribindg lias hn 11 (leted
principal of he Pickens :-clool, for i le enl
1ting schohlt ic yar.The ishool will
opeanabout Srpinlbvir 1st. Mlr. S1ibling
1s onw. of, tle(. best and1I lilsts popitlhtr3 tIachers
il the State anil thoroin I ovmspeeil.
Good board cal be had ill Pil-knlls at ]ilost
r lsonable rates and this k thet! plice for
youig 1111 to comze to prepare themselves
for the sophoiore class 'n1 college.
-Last Monday when S. 1). Stewart,
Trial Jusltice at Liberty was oin his way to -
Pickens hi spirite.1 stced tok fright at a
dog just Ihv other si(de or W)lf Creek, rani
away, thr. w him out aail bro)ke. the blig-y
antd hari1ss. lie was prely sn1iri-1ly bruisR
(I up, slighitly cripple amit odnly inissed a
few iniches in beuing brained by a Iree. le
(ile oin to towiI, attenl( 6 his alTairs and
was not coiplaining-, but seeicl very
tiinkful that hi e.-caiclw with his life.
-aIs that ho "lwavs !-eps Dr. .ing's
NeV Discovevry in the houtse, 'id his
fmil u a i I ways foudI the very bist
resubsi- follow itsi use; that hie woudld
not be without it if procrahiiil. G. A.
Dyehman, drugist, Catskill, N. Y.,
says tilt 1)r. KIinlg's; Ne..-w Disovery
is u14 lol tedt i lv th h'.:'t cut)g'hi ruerne
dy ; t hat lt h 11 .;:l it inl Ik famlily
fo ig i :I u id it has never failed
to d.) all timt is claitiied 1.r it. Whv
Wit try a n. imdiv so lntrild a1d
t ds , al.'Trial bou le-s fre(e at 20enll'Is.
eghudII size 50c. aid .1.
The (il:l 3huha! Assciation con- 5]
veoi :it Ib-thihnA. E.. Ci (' hure \Aigust lii
0:1 h.int'i abilt, of the pres.iitllnt, .1- ani
M1. lie.v ilb.Y epehhnale e (te
ex li t. 4.1.r whihi t a1lil s' ui i!n was L
h4 it ;1 nill,:v r( veril y Iy I. .l Pime,
/. 11. V. W . \** .'oilis ;:dt 11. J.
I W . J h; I. lwh- wl (lected orlgan- hi1
It 1for t ih .\. -ritio5,Vi. 4 oaiii'h lv
Ak rv(n!,: of ne ou was tUmnl for yo
dinner ind aill sein.ei d o( enjoi th lospi
tality (4 thc Bllih -emi com'mn. iti y.
The enngSe-rviceA welVV ('41'd1,0eted by -
W. A (. .. M. lickworth ndy the
presdent .l.31.Pon etr.
The asociaiadjourned 1o mevet 'with
PatrI'.i Cr-eek chmrch thle fourlth S1)iday 11
in Aturist, In hivi-ttion hLlaving bee-n un- 1
dInd by th i'ahb. si
PBy order of aeriitio. i
J. M. ie mn, Pide l i
E.. J. al:' t :,Ii elb tar. al
1 1 a i . ,.. . . . i
PTie tickes til (y thi ae thell ipoit
way tii(S~~(j~' to Wahi.8on D .:t and r etur a
(the special low inSe fI one iare have tben
extnledii i Ito ietember.- of5th I intstad ofll
I cet Calbe toisl. Tis~s wil beii ofll gretia'
iiatato takanyawhoiwishetoftake te rip.g
Th.re tick<t.I ts wllbeonsal at al. amot
unuwilly slow ate) of i oiil fare for thec
rounIri, Wh1t~~ile8d 1h faiso madeisp lt
ticket en he ilurchased byuf and netdeir
(i to s ta adatag of ste te.lctiio
Fno e'ht makeal the . atl1~L
--i t: o;Im diwn:; -
It willesl aut ulii co outcro sale
day, W Set iher ;kl, b:>ust a lot l
rino i g streets: 1 laive an ei-ookig
t runk, and 1-(o fiez air wastiih. '.i'en
sti ash.ao s J.1 .I p.5 :si WKiy, i
~-~ sl r ~iIi C 4Usicen, S.~l . Ii
Wat caui~1sis hadi 41 dream) Zis aI quei's
answerf but, lin nioi eAsot \o
of .\uperfIct dieton ic-Ih a few e
oSofA vrsar~p ar illa~c.c
Jday. wU1~x. a j
fabl, r dscoed aicsosg the
1.tualcoorofyotht arow., lo
S~al o N th rolis orid of f ti
Uedford, and Dul~e's Yli dn"s h
bestIof Con / lbaccofat Moris's.
Deat to lie-Har to ab- 'la
tns., nd 0
romirica. rolt.ti nti Wh O.
Sagrons ap ocareilla0
flt dmttd o ht aro- 0
-Vi ta P o' ~hrousj:'-.1 or of- 0
te1t - fensnoIls14( t i vo,-a m-as o
e c au~dlmei
Chicag, um893 an ti
Why o mttedto th Epo-Po
I1E sTATE 14, sot:'il C.\%OINA,
CotvNTY or. PIcliLN14.
J. 11. N EWH E RtiY, Exiitire, l'robiate .Judge.
Wti;nxA4, IanISOm Duke into 8suit to me
attit hin letters of administration of (he
le of ilid .)irects ofilussell Duke, deceased
hlime tire therefore to cite and ainoiisli it
it singular the kindred ant creditors of tI
Ii lidi'sell iuke, ileceased, that they be eui
pear before nil ii the Court of Probato, I
held at Plickens Court louse, S. C., on t1i
h daiy of A ugust, 11i, next, after public
ii hereof, at i o'clock in the forenoon, I
!w caulse, if any they have fay, why th1e sai
miniitration should not be granted.
ilven unider my laiti, this 7th daly of Al
ms, lsi, iii th one hundred and nineteent
ir of our Independonce.
'1)ws J. H. INEWHBERY, J. P., P. C.
For One's Price.
Y SPECIAL ARRANGEMEN
HE ATLANTA mw :K'
I. are enlabled to Olter it with 'I'll
'NTI NI, for one year for $1.50, cli
og subsetiptionms) to be sent to this o0l1(
d aceompanied by cash.
IDIERAL PRIZE OFFER:
Every subseriber to this remnrkatble ciul
-m proposition is entitled to enter TW'
dLZI' CONTESTS, sendiig his guess<
1,000 C otton Crop Coites
I which Ilhre are FOUR PIZES offert
r the NEARESTi ESTiMA'TES of tU
Z of the cotton crop of 18%3-4, iow b
: marketed. and award to be made i
)(in as tie New Orleans Cotton Excham
1m)ounlces the olhicial Crop figircs. $41
\ GOLD for nearest guess to the cro
200 prize for second, $200 prize for thir
100 for fourti, $100 fIcr lifth.
Crops for recent years have boen
illows: Ini 1888, 7,01 7,707 bales; in 186
03J5,0832; in 1890, 7,313,726J; in 180t
65,1;in 18'J', 0,700,305.
In andditioni to the ab~ove every chibbir
bscriber canm enter our combination
Supply tihe missmng word( ini the follos
I te crept to0 this place and1 wa'ited a f:
rable opp1or'tunlity. It camte at on(ce, fi
e keen earis of thie guard heard some ic(
ualt sound as TIhura~tbi (ceched behu)1
ONE FOUJRTII of the net sumbscriptic
eeipts of those entering this contest wi
dividied aimng those wh'Io sulpply ti
rrmect word in the hmmk in thet above se
nee Ths if t here are $5,000) oneC fourt
oddl he $I,'25(0. IfC teni suly the corre
onli, eiah would receive $125, if 100, ea<
1(th of the above contests free and ini ad(
TW O PAPERS
("or the Price of One
as5 a cirenlationC~ of 150.000), andl is TI'l
(IM~liS PA PlEIt. 1I. favors TarIff R
rmi, aldihviiduanl liInlcm Tlax, and1( t1
xpfanlsionI of tihe Currlley to a degree st
in~t ini met tihe legi timate buiniesst d
anids oif the country 13.
it colvers tihe news~' of the1 world eve1
Pelk, holmig nIews corre'spondents in all I]
:ws centres of thle world.
Ir( Off'ei you TI'IIE I'I0I
TLA NTA WV IEEK L
ONS'T TTION for 81.5
'. The bst cider, theI fr eshe aind
id crac(kersFi and1 all kinds of cannehI
onds at M'orrist's.
Unsts ow cr1op turnip seed t
mo SneatL lonai in tnwn at- Morrla
11 PICKENS, S. C.
its haven't been saying ch
It is not out of place, however, t<
selected stock of goods in Picke
bargains, but when it comes to ar
IN SHOES-Our stock compris
Our stock is larger than ever and
We have suits from $4.oo to $
DRESS GOODS and FANCX
prices on GROCERIES that can't
to be found anywhere. WE AP
HAGOOD, BRUCE & C
AU G UsT,9
i NOW FOR A SEICOND RACE ON
A TURNIP PATCH.
aSEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS!
Freshi and Gennine. Early and Ofteii,
That's tho way to HIT it.
Nowv Shoes, New Hats, Newv Cloting,
.Now Furniture, Newv Goods in Every
A few odds and ends in some few
r. departments yet to go ofi' CHEAP.
Lots of them went last month. C
.- The people know a good thing a
.when they see it, and they know whatt
1( we moan when we say it.
Call in and examine our different a
mlines and rest in our easy chmairs.
"W. T. McFAL L.
CLEAllG [UP SALE!,
15 and 20 conits white goods at 9 cnts.
15 andl~ 20) cents zephyr and la~ce stripeCd
ginghuams at 9 cents.
E 12) cents (lucks and Irish lawn at 9
1c 15 cents ldies ribb1 vests at i' cents.
r. 2 sp)ools cottoni and1 1 paper)C plusi for 9
I pair la(Iies fntt black hose for 9 cente.;
15 cents sateons for1 ) cents.
.iUsTr REO ENVED!?
y Our New inme of Ladien8
Ladias D ongola button boot for $1.]
Ladies IDongoia button bio't, for $1.25.
- Ladhies cu.stomf made D~ongola button
bot 'I 2.
Ladies hand-eewe'd Doungo-la b)utton boot
We make a, leader on ourii ladies shioes
Vfor $2 and~ warrant every pa ir of theirr and
eiaranitee them to b~e as canI be bouighit.,n
()U aeenilleI for les.s tinin $2.50 or $3.
N ONES & GARRISON,
No. 9 PENDIILE~'1oN STREETI;
d AGENT1S FOR STANDIARD) PATTERNS
-Catalogue freo on rennora
E~A5LEW, S, C
e in Works than words, anyway,
.re, showing the way to the best
ing to have any two-for-a-nickld
ii, we can't be equaled,
best factories in the couintry.
ong them. IN CLOTHING
everything a man could wish,
the ladies. We are naming
stock of Tobaccos and Cigars
M. HAGOOD; & CO
)P TURNIP SEED,
Seed to be had, and to Insure
1, send us the money and we
Store, Grceuville, S. C.
still continue to mopeo around yoti'
if business with nothing to do. Run
the same old rut-seiing no goods-.
atef-prising i No advertisement to le6
rnowv you are in busines. You will
are the gentlemani's fate on your left.
E don't you put an advertisement in
medium in the dounty of Pickens
ENTINEL--and in one month's time
a clerk to help you wait upon your
it We will turnish rates on applica
I guarantee satisfaction3
know what you
y of a neat and
tisement, we do,
it for you.
ster Spring Buggies.
ci iHE APE$Mf
myocan buy a Homemade Wsgon'
to you lately. There Is ni
> put out a few sign boards h<
as County. We are diot clain
i every-day, substantial bargai
es the cream of three of the
there are some low prices an'
15.00. IN FIATS-We hav<
NOTIONS in abundance foi
:be duplicated. The largest
PRECIATE YOUR TRAD]
BUST'S NEW OR
They are the most Reliabl4
good crop you should plant t
If you can't come for then
rill send by return mail.
ansion House Drug
- . 7placo(<
This is a correct pictulre W
f tho gentleman who did the best
ol, advertise his business, HT
ud in his wild ondeavor THES
D escape from his credit..
es shared the above fate.hiey
'ho picture was taken by 'ctistomec
you press the button, we
o the rest; :1 Lion, ani
If you don't
want in the Wa
rnd will design
)ne Hundred Brew:
The BEAST an
EBver Offered in
One and Two ii
Why buy Cheap Western Wagons v
H . I