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AX. JANUABY 18t 1894.
W-e will sehd the JOURNAL and
he* MoaA p~n year for
,.ow 0bg 4te lat Monday for
.rd.M. Hester is confined to
roofa wIth, the grip.
harles E. lRobinson is- confined
.is roodiih tie grip.
ailrop news, ii encouraging
woi*ill begin soon.
. foirris' ha's been confined
thI 'g efiok to the house with
Lon. .. E. Bogge has been com
soned4 Notary Public by Gov
ra L. Smith, of Liberty Town
4, ited'-his -brother, Barnett
ith, near town Monday.
drove of fine mules, bolonging
i. G.- Gaines & Brother, passed
Dug towA Wednesday for Cen.
Vm.. Hunter, jr. of Central
vnship, iW visiting in Atlanta
t may locate in businoss in the
lies Annie Boone, of Gaines
e, Ga., is spending some time.
h Misses Ola and Aurie Hol
. comical combination white
so was sold. on the block, in our
n last week for the munificent
. 1 & ten'dollars.
lisses Mattle and Junie Wyatt,
Brushy Creek, Anderson county,
ited at ex-sheriff Richoy's last
urday and Sunday.
L good iiany McIntoshs were
played on our stroots last week.
thing like wet weather to bring
th good overcoats and nice um
4faster George Cureton, Pickens'
Qient newsboy, having a desiro
learn the "art preservativo of
arts," is now sticking typo on
*Ltention is called to the change
T. D. Harris's advertisemnw1t in
* isue. Read it; and give) him
all, Hie has a carload of choice
* r whichi he is selling cheap.
~Irs. W. W. White, who has been)
*iting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
L. Thorniley, returned to her
mue in Anderson last whok. Perry
ornley -accompanied her and
.yed thern a fow days.
'irs. D. J. Cartor, who visited
r parents at Pickens the past
ek has returned, accompanied
. her sister, Miss Mand Ashmnore,
- c1 will spend some time at, this
ace.--Forest City (N. C.) Lodger.
* Warren Turner, William Turner
d HE~il Benlks~ero cobimiitted
jail on the 18th instant by Trial
A ~ uitice Stewpirt for trespass after
otice. Each is sentenced to a
arm of fifteen days.
Deputy Marshal's Roark, King
aid Thornley made a raid on an
ighty gallon distillery on big Eas
btoe oni the 9th instant and comn
letely demolsehed the out-fit. J.
.McLean and. Joe Chapman
ore arrested-and will answer this
oek beforo Oommnissioner Thorn
Thomas Hliinter, of Central
'ownship, who wvas hurt in- a run..
way . peiderst abouit.one year ago,
'as treated by Dr. Leo in Green
ile last week and com~pletely
ealed. Mr. Hunter's neck was
diff and he. could not torn his
ead, but he can move it now as
'oil as he ver 4ootild and 'thinks
he oe' , ei'miment one.I
Saimuel *Jmeon colored, was
* hot by Williain F~erguson colored,
hrough the abdonn and will
hardly suitvive. the- wound.~ The
hooting occurred on the" .1th
n ,itant at the residenco of Pini
ilassingame colored, in Easley
'?ownship, where.a dance was mor.
iy progressing. Forguson is ii
: otnty leif
J. Addisod Boggd, of, Liberty
liedat his home, on' the 10th in
taut, after a liigering illness 'oj
devea'l inogthe. Mr. Boggs wats I
cosistnt .and< nseful member o:
'ho .Presbyttetltn 6brch. He was
'is d~ath Will be a serious lose ts
hi~s dooty and church. He leavei
CHIPSWflhTH ~ "ON.
Girls, *ivoid esapa
Don't toll pal)l6 -.
Be candid, not hypQeritio
There are honest lawyers.
Always boom your oivn town;
Speak gently.ii the sanctum..
Courtesy conquers prejudice.
Politics will howl in th'o spring
Greatnoess is generally goodness
rtop whining about hard times
Debts make honest men misera.
Necessity makes and also breaks
It is raro, indeed,' tat 'the pun
Every life is largely hope and
It, takes money to mako a big
Anger is the poorost argument
The girl who kicks high is apt
to fall low.
If a footpad hold you up shoot
Do your best and the Lord will
do the rest.
It rains on the just as well as on
Monoy is the root of nearly every
Time is like money in the aver
ago daily. - It flies.
If you d:n't see the newspaper
you want, start one.
Rakos, - male and femalo, are
When you joke allow a listener
to lead the laughter.
When a man asks .a favor ho is,
to a certain extent, a beggar.
Don't keep your smiles for
friends and your frowns for your
A man must try before he can
find out how big a failure he may
Firmness in a man commands
respect, in a mule, kicks and cas
PolitonesR is a passport fliat
genorally gets everywhoro without
The printer has a wanrm place in
his heart for the man who writos a
Th new year is yet young, but
certain pledges are in very ragged
WUVhc.n debt winds around a ma
it is somrlti Lmos worso than the em
brace of a serpent.
Systemw gets thrr with ath fee
while :!ip-shml mlethodsI fail l.
Tt is hrt ter to bie an sentist (out
of thme mud than a mnnvith abhil
if v do-wn in tho (dirt.
Panrents who noglect to toneh
their young 'ones good manner,
neglect a very~ important duty.
Heroes are getting mighty scarc(
and the few on deck are not up tc
the historic and romantic stand
It is a very good plan when
man reads to reflect here and there
It gives him a greater cinch ora
Too many men who can't write
think they can and that is why
there is so much literary and jour.
Men pay for eating, pay foi
drink; pay, when they cut a ca.
per ; yes, pay for everything or
earth, except their county paper.
It you can't give a mondicani
money do not offer him advice
Respect his -follings if you cannoi
relieve his necessities.
You may depend on it that th<
man who sees little or no good i]
anybody else has little that is de
sirahmle in his owvn composition.
There is too much acrimony il
the wvorld. Remember that kind
ness, like charity, covers a multi
tude of sins, and mitigates a mnulti
tude of sorrowvs.
It is singular so 'many fail t
apprecio the fact that talking rt
qmuros much more exertion thal
listening or ruminating. .Therei
too much talk.
ifThere is a fortune for everymai
ifhe just goes about it in the prop
er imnnor. Juist what that pr~opo
manner is, is the point *for oec
man to settle and seize upon.
Girls, look as fino as yo ear
You, like flowers and othior boe
ties, are madtce to adorn aind cheC(
the earth, whieb, withonut yoi
wvould, inideed, h)e a valo ' f tearsi.
A dirink of goodl whiskey in inoo
oration warmis up~ theii heart, an
(1o0s not hurt 1he soul. Litluor:
ve o enugh so long1 as5 you accoj
it as aL servant, but ii. is~ d(;wtructis
when l youperm~Iit. it to beomeOli ti
SIt has~ been said "Marry ih has
Sand re~pont at li('*ur," but it shou j
hb, marry at your leisure ori
hasto-and never repent, but alwa:
exult that you marrled when y<
; did and the woman you did. A
L sume to he happy even though yt
aro like a man on the gallows wil
the rope 'round his neck. Ha,
too much fortitude and pridA1
ofess your tailing. beforo t]
iero is Wintor? It seemn that
fall is still in her lap.
Soo add., of Carpontor Bro's.,
Mansion Iouso druggists, Groon
villo, S. 0., and givo thom a call
when you want now and reliable
-Capt. Jamos H1. Rowland, of Cen-,
tral, Pickons county, was in Wal- C
halla;on Tuosday norning.. He is .b
now 'the popular. railroa4 hotel
man at that place.--Keow4' Cour
Messrs. F. W. Poo & Co.,. have
some fino. bargains in clothing-and
shoesanld they tell the JOURNAL's h
many readers about them in this V
issue. Road their add. and profit
Hagood Bruce & Co., will have C
something of importance to say to a
the trade next week. Look out for b
their add. In the moantime par
ties indebted to them are earnestly
requested to como forward at once
and inake settlement, they need
The County alliance fnet in town
on the 16th instant, ad .htd. a
good attendance of delegates. The
alliance engaged in.inatters .only
portaining to the order aid gave
politics a Mao. berth.. The ojrder
in this countyis ir-flne shape-and -
is gaining grou'nd anong tlie". far- g
The Trustees pf 'Glassy Moun
tain School Districf have ordered i
an election to be hold on. the 17th 1
of February, next, for the ,iurpose tI
of voting on the quostion of levy
ing a two mill tax q(n said :school
district. They will also on that b
day lot to the lowest bidder the c
building of a school house. S. H. Y
Brown, J. M. Hayes, D. Hendricks,
I'have received the Readers
and Histories to be sold at intro
ductory and exchange prices.
Will have the other books in a
few (lays. J. B. NEWBERRY.
Owing to other arringenients I
will Yclimain in Pickens a short
imo and ask all who nood work
in mv lino to call on ino as soon
. ns OIlconiont. L. P. OInn.
Jan. '4, 189.
Just received a drove of excel
lent MULES, which we are -sell
ing cheap for cashr or good pa
pei-. C'ome on and get what you
want bef'ore they are all sold.
]I. Ga..GAINES & BRO.,
.jan184t .' Central, S. C..
TVhere wi'll1ho a *imeeting of the
Gilassy M oftlitain llinn00 on te
27t.h of January . 1894, ait 2 o'clock 1
Kp..mn. The speaking, will be'public
let all come. JOEL' H. MILLERl,
County Lecoturer. 3
Rices' Alliance will meet at the
regularplace of meptinig Saturday,
the 27th of January, 1894, at 3 o'o'k
p. m. All the brethren art reques-4
ted to be present. W. T. O'DELL,
"House furniablng-goode" ia a v'ery
commprehenmsive term, yet It fails to con. 1
vey a clear Idea of the vast assortment of
*all wve keep both usektil and ornianentad, 1
that Ia requiiredglin furnishinig Parlor, D)In - I
n ig-room, (or K itcheni. G InnAru-DUR
11AM Cour~ANy, Oreenville S. C
Raisins, Mixed Nuts, Candy, &c.,
'cheap; at LEw~Is & SONs.
Nice lot of Oranges, just arrived
, at LEwIs & SONs.
3Jlucln's Arniena Salve.
Pix'e utst Balvc in the, world for cut
biruies, sores, ulcers, salt rheumn. fever
sores, telter, chappedl hianda, chilblains,
corns, and aill skin eruptions, and posithie.
-y 1'cures piles, or no pay required. It Ia
-guaranteedi to give ,perfect saitisfaction, Or
money refunided. I ric, 25 cents per box.
Ior sale by W. T. McFall, Pickenis. iS C.
may look bright enough to-day,
but wvhat guarantee have you
-thant they will be the samte a fcw
yeairs hone? Ilow doh you knowv
'' bu t th at you will be0 incapacitated
or die;':ind of' your preaent- in
wno bye an unxforseen calamaity ?
AU he saine questions of a
policy holder ini the
and see how qjuick lie will answer
d~ that hc is p~rotecd against mis
n - fortune ; thaut he Is assured of
acomfort in his old age ; that his
family is provided for after his
- death. This is worthy of close
suInvestigation. For particulars
re W. J. RODDIBY, Manager,
Io D'partment of the Carolinas.
DejlROM HILL- SL C
I have a Iiine line of
IGIARS, the best 5 cent Cigarette
ad the old Coluutbia Cheroot-is thq
est in town, fixe for 1Q.conts.
I carry anjue. line or )resh fancy
resh SODA CRACKERS all the time,
id .the best CANED OYSTERS you
ive ever seen. Come and see them,
'ill not be undersold.
Just received a lot of TIw-WARE -
ill sell them cheap.
Hive plenty of PowPIEn, Sno'r,
APs and SHELLs, for the boys. Dy.
nite Fuse and Blasting Powder to
low the rook out of the wells.
Also, receiving a lot of heavy DRY
OQDS, such as Cheoks,8lhirtiug,
beeting and Drilling.' A good lot o1
See my FLOUR and get price
afore you buy.
A. 'M. MO(RIS.
Dec. 7, 1893.
Tlio Auditor's Office will ho op0on
-om1 the first day of January 1894
> tho twentieth day of Fobruary
B94, to. receive returns of Real
nd Personal Property for Taxatior
i Pickons County for tho yoal
894. This is the year for the ro.
irn of Real Estate and all partioi
,ill govern themsolvos according
The Auditor or his Deputies wil:
o at each of the foflowing Pro.
incts to recoivo Returns for sai
Calhoun, Tuesday,'3an. 16, 1894
Central, Wednesday, and Thurs
ay, Jan. 17, and 18, 1894.
Liberty, Friday and Saturday
an. 19, and 20, 1894.
Easley, Monday, and Tuesday
an. 22, and 23. 1894.
Cross Plains, Wednesday, Jai
Dacusville, Thursday, Jan. 2E
Fostors Storo, Friday, Jan. 2C
Pumpkintown, Saturday,'Jan. 2'
Eastatoe, at Kings old Stor<
[iesday, Jan. 30, 1894. :
Hurricano, Wednesday, Jan. 3
Six Milo, Thursd ay, Fohruar'
Prators, Friday', Feb. 9; 8194.
Pickons Court IHouse bahmIticom
All changes in Real Estate mus
o made and all now bu1 1iig
rocted since 1st daiy of Januar3
893, returned for action of Town
hipi Assessors who aro reqjuiredl b:
aw to examine tall roturns mado.
Ignoranlce of time of dlist ingi
o excuse and a penalty of 50 pe
ient; for non returns is strictly on
oined upon Auditor
All Tax payers must make thei
eturns in person or by some On
egally authorized to do so in cas
>f sickness or absence from th
Jounty. Banks buildings aln,
loan Associations, Fire, Life, ftan<
thor Insurance Companies are re
iuired by law to make returnu
each -and every perd~m will- pleas
e prepared to say in what Town
hip) and School District they liv
Lt the time they are required t
nake thoi' return.
All Males between 21 and 6
rears of age except those excuse
>y law are liable to Poll Tax.
W. H. BRYANT,
Nov. 27, 1893. Auditor of P. C.
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Mn,~ E r'ron
In starting the machine on
New Years run, we find thlat
needs moro grease. You ma
say to tile Pholks that if the
want to dance again this yet
they m~hust pay the fiddler
dan~1ce to the rattle of di'y boneW
It% a~ piatter of cihoice wvi
them and a matter of busine
with us. The man whlo "sold u
wants suigar in de'nbuousiaq-te a
ly wo must hav'e some stigar
You might throw out a gent
hint to those who have not ?.01
so to come right on and cori
W. T. McFALL,
Toa A 1894A Dicnsm B. C'
The Partnership existing between
Pars & Jones will expire.the lst day
of March, 1894, and they intend tc
turn everything into money by tha
Worth of Dry Goods and Shoes to b(
sold at and below cost. As we hay
only been in business for three yeari
we have no old stuff to run off, buy v
nice clean stock of goods will be of
fered to you for loe than you can buy
them at wholesale.
Those who have read our advertist
ment in the past know that we do ex
actly what we say.
We feel very grateful to onr friendi
for the kindness they have shown ni
during our business career and trust
that they will not loose this opportu,
nity of doing both themselves and um
good, in this short length of time.
All persons indebted to the firmr
will please settle as early as possible.
No goods will be charged from thia
date. Na goods sent out on approv
Everything in the house has beer
re-marked in plain Red Figures, Hs
i there will be no confusion in selling
Then that Red Ink means that nol
one cent more nor loss will be taker
Park & Jones.
- Greenville, S. C.
Novemqar, 23, 18,J
I thank my friends and patrons fo
their very lhberal patrsnage durin
-the past year.
I have done my'best to give yo'
goods at living prices, and the peop1
have given me a liberal share of thei
Spatronage, for which I am grateful
During the present year I shall d
)my utmost to merit a continuance o
Syour trade, and the same cash polie
will be adhered to-nothing charge<
I have a Car Load of FLOUR a
.Easley now, bought cheap by th
-car. Until it is all hauled away
which will be in a few days, I wil
soll you a splendid flour, good enoug
for any one, at $8.25 per~ barrel. ]
you are not satisfied with it I wi4
take it back and pay you for hau
ing. This offer is for 6 and 10 ba
rel lots, and will not last long, e
. coe t one
remenldouls lot of plows and farri
ing tools soon to arrive.
Just received a big lot of Jeal
and Suiiing Cloth. Good Jeans
100. per yard.
New goods just received from at
I ron sho~e lasts, compldete, wi
it three feet, for 50c.
y, Naiils, all sizes, cheaper than ev<
Let mec price you nail..
7All my former prices hold good.
rSugar 5c. per p'ound.
IGood mfolassesI 25c. per gallon
5 to 10 gallon lots.
s Come .to see mel, anid brinig mue
Yours for trade,
t- P'ickens, S. C., Jan. 18th, 1894.
ni agiN. B. Best Kerosiune Oil, pt
water white, 150 fire test, only 1
LO0W B. ELK;W"J.
A olid-Gold Ladies'
A solld-Gold Genits Wate
A Gold-flied Ladies" Watch
Same guaranteed for 20 year
A gentleman's Gold-filled Wt
teed for 15 years,
Same guaranteed for 20 year
We also have a large stook o
Jewelry and Holiday Goods at
66 Main Street,
We have a larger ni
than we want at
year, and have d
none of tbom over.
the RED LETTI
them today. Chie
ever seen the Hiame
it you allnt 0110.
January, 4, 1891.
Co's "Old Hickory W
facturing Co's Cotuml
L.argest Buggy, Waion and
prom $9 00 up.
a from $1
3 from $16.75 uP.
f Silver and NickelW
reduced pices. Ca
le for Cash,
iamber of overcoats
,his season of the
stermine d to carry
Como and look'at
R prices niade on
per than you have
;ood8. Bring CASH
't7 -B Br'o
as & Ferguson,]
ARNESS, Robes, SADbLEK -
le. Leather, Shoe Uppers,
by Carriages, Coat
us Buggy Co's Elekant
N a g 0 ni Manufacturing
agons," the Pope Meanu~
Harmess House is the State.
Greenville, . V,