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5 . EVERY THUESDAY.
oe -o-n; One ollar a Year
Post Otico at Pickens p!
Dr 1EC. 13, 18t4.
of Ilast week, the
>r had tho pleasure
Columbia 11n for a
'ittnessing the inter
at the State Capitol.
the State House we
uises of the Gveneral
808sion 1111d every
r for the inaugural
We secuJed at good
o hall of the House
ted the Pickens dole
ught the eye of Rop
>hnston, who iinme
to u1s and showed Is
ies. In drawilg for
I and got the fourth
lid not learn which
o draw, but suspect
opreiienta'ltivo it John
an 1old miember alni
at the game befor.
I seats A on the left of
sie in the seco(d tier
>waker's desk. I n t
the vo erable Sena
.into the ha11l1 of the
ugural ceremonios be
-st. The State Oflict,rit,
urt judges and cireuit
-el t'he hall in great.
iok plaes around the
ik, and the oaith of of
aiinistered to Govern
- Chief Justice Mlver.
vins delivered his ill
,r.s18 inl his happy 1111d
manner. The address
tHy en rofully prepired
111)10 state paper. It.
e policy of the admin
Id co.itai ned many ex
ommeumItions to the
While the olive branich
to the opposit ioll anld
ive cour11s0 is indicated,
ill he no compromise
.o or surrender on the
mnt Attorney Gene'Itra
'ouIld be the win nor (I
on the third circuiit, 5
ver'ified til. h eicti44
Fraser was retiredl t
>.1The race for ih
he eight clircutit wa
d1 the friendls of thi
, was evidet. to ai clos
at Judlgo Norton ha
second hallhot was th
Saile and General K ar]
!W ehF 'tri ident , hut at thi
timc l#re~u ared( to) accept ani
noin t e signs and4. make dui
e I'r promises8, wh1lic
not. be luhiilled. O)n th
Josep)h 1H. Eiiiarlo lacl
onlI votes of being olectet
te v~ n lg; IEarle, 78 ; Bron>
Kortoni, 27. On the ser(
General IEarle, 10(0
i49; Norton, 8.
* ho electijon of Judgeu
IwasR re-Qlected1 wit hou
Suporinuten'denit of t h
ry; and J. W. LylesB, 'J
i 1u . M. Sprol
*d Directors of the peni
4ut I'. . C. Alexander, of 0ct
. . the race for Directe
nda~l from the up1 cour)
t4v' 8 tor G. Duncan Ba
~ )i/ ~Joof 9ti t4. 56.
r~t0~ 10mon Co
apd extends t' hearty welcome t
their friends and constituents.
Senator O'Dell, who is now en
tering on his second term, is a,
home in the Senate and is ver3
popular in- that vonerable body
He is a close observer of men and
measures and readily penetratet
the schemes of the lobbyist and
Representative Johnston is a
good imeiber and is perfectly fa
miliar with the rules. He is well
inforiiied oe Statuto law and
his judgient on legal questions is
Represenlitat ivo Williams is a
very earnesl worker and attends
closely to all the proceedings of
the House. He is punctual at the
committee meetings and is quite
active inl the discussions of the
matters, there considered. Mr.
Willi ams has clearly defined
views on all questions aid votes
according to his convictions.
Doc. 8, 1894.
MAi. Em'ron: News in this sec
tion is almost as scarce as lion's
tooth but wo will try to get up a
01 courso thoro is a heap of talk
hut it has becomno nmnatanous and
is a bore to us onless thero was a
remedy, that is low cotton and
searcity of money. But as a sort
of stimulent to this we manago to
keop a dimo andl a couple of ton
pimy nails in our pockot. to mako
othors think it is money but wheth
er they canl tell the differonce in
tho jingle or not we don't know,
but we hopo they wont find out.
Cotton is nearly all gathorod
and ginned, and abundent corn
crops have boeei haulod which is
at (0)soling thought.
Une 'lo"Tom " says he has cribbed
hIt wool 500 and 800 bushels. Col.
0. P. Field has 11110(l his spacious
barlis to ovorflow, and a great many
others have plenty and some to
Christnims is iar by and th<
usual jug carriers have started ox
the huiint for somothing to niak4
them fool rich onlce more in life
biut on0 poor follow happened t<
drop his jug the other night. an
lost the much desired contenti
uu'ar omu .>oa. al
Iaratus. T1he correospondents mi
b~einxg accustomedl to such del ica
diet as requiredl by the "'JoIInsAI
3 has with-held thme prioduction frol
L) this corner to alilow this patient
little timon to strengthen ux
8 Hopoing it has suifliciently raco
e red. I will procond to pop in
e' few nubbins) to see how they wi
I So j ust here will say thiat th in;
s are still a little (in theo progressi'
e orde*r horo yet. Tlhore are thxr4
now stores unideri way, Shxirxley
(I Perk ins now store is now recei vii
e* i ts finiishinig touches of the pain
Y ors birush.
" Mr. B. F. Parsons01) uns mxove
h into Mr's. J. A. Smnithxs house.
e llev. W. F. Workman, (it Cla:
ondon Couty, S. (., has mhove
.into the Chapmuan house. I1
preached here yesterdlay and lai
night and will p)roach at Carm
chxur'ch next Sunday.
We havo visitor's coming ar
'4 going, to ii numrouis to meontioi
*t So take all together and 8supp)'
0 we aro moving along veory well.
. Crops aroe pretty well all gathere.
t the cotton about all marketed ax
- There is quliet a number of pet
r 1)10 moving to thme factory of late
At the regular commnixcatio
,f Keowee Lodge No. 79), A. F. M
teld Doecember 8, the follo-jiu
)fhicers were elected to serve f<
the Oenuing year:
W. T. McFall, W. M ; J. 1
B loggs, S. W ; T. D. HarrisJ
A. M. .Morris, Treasiuror ; J. .)
Lewi8, Secretary; R. H1. Bake
YTyler; J. R.'Morgan, S. D; J. 3
a Stewart, J. D; Jno. T. Lewis an
Thos. Welborn, Stewards.
'The installation will take pla<
on Thursday 27th of December
7 o'clook, p. m.
Wrapping sleeping nature in h
Weekly she beheld the little ey
Kissing the angel spirit away to
land so bright.
When the spotless soul had winj
ed its flight," --
With mother love she gazed upo
the marble brow,
Knowing that to the -King <
Though it be with a bleeding hoar
sho must bow.
Disturb not the dreams of th
With sobs of anguish and bitte
le was gathored homo by th
Who is willing to listen to you
Hear Him with tender compasi
"The little flower I gave you fo
Was too beaif.iful to wilt and fad
Too pure, to be sullied by sin ano
The fragile stein was clipped
Upon which the tiny blossom
As the fragrant petals fell the:
Tle (lark grave of its dismal hue.
So weep iot for the preciou
On the resurrection morn
The little sleeper will awake
At the bright and glorious dawn.
In memory of William Nesbit
Payne, who was born, June 6t1
1893; and diod November 10t]
1894. M. CORNELx NEWTON,
Dec. Ist 1894. Laurel Hill, S. (
THE NoatMAL MUSIoAL INSTITUT
Fon 1894.-Will be held at Pratei
Crook Church Commencing 17t
day of Dec., and continue for
Term of twelve days, closing wit
a Grand Concert on evening
Dec. 29th, inst.
All who wish to study Vocal
Instrumental music will do we
to attend. Only the best metohor
will be used. One lossoin N Voio
Culture each day. Thorough dri
will be given in Church and Su
day-school music, Glees, Pa
3 Songs and Authoms.
.J. M. Loorn.:n, Principal.
W. F. ToMPKINM, Secretary.
Students t in E lomnntary Hairmori
Adults not in H-armony Class
Children betwoon twelve and fifte
years of agoi 74
Childron under twelve y-ears or i
.Private lossons, Organ, Voice, o:
- other branch 2!
Ls For further piarticulars, address,
.J. M. LooPER,
Mica, S. C.
)t Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy will Cure
o Form of Blood Impurity if the litter.
,,Wash are carefully used together.
'Four or fivo year3 ago I ha<
nbreak ing out on my nose and fa<
ait wudcome in hard knots whli
Swould become rawv seres. 7I
trouble extended to the oyg a
Sweakened thenm; the l ids boc'hi
sore and discharged. Tholi ft
had an itchinig, stinging sensati
as if' nood(los worc pricki!ng the mi
efacao. Nothing I tried gave
any roliof. Some one sent me
pamp~jhlet of Mrs. Joe Peso
SRemeody, ando I concluded to g;
tit a trial. I bought her Rumo
dand WVash, and I began to imiprr
oat onc.e. It soon made a porfe
cure, andl I have neve~r b)oon trou
-led sinco. I also found it a ti
toiiic and ajapetizer.
[0 DU NCAN P. JONES.
it Laurinburg, N. C., Junie 24, 181
31 For sale by Dr. G. W. Ear
Pickens, S. (I.
. Any one who has children w
se rejoice with L. B. Mulford,
Plainfield, N. J. His little b<
fivo years of age, was sick wj
.d oroup. For two days anid nig]
he tried various remedies reco
y- mended by friends and neighbo
,lHe says': "I thought sure
would lose him I had seeni Chai
berlain's Cough Remedy advert
n' ed and thought I would try it
a last hope and am happy to u
gthat after two doses lie slpt un
rmorning. I gave it to him no
Sday and a cure was effected.
*keep th is remedy in the house ni
and as soon as any of my childr<
r. show signs of croup I give it
themn and that is the last of it
d25 and 50 cent bottles for sale&
Dr. G. W. Earle, Pickens. C.
Wyatt, Easley; Hail, Sloan, & C
~OFort Hiik Hunter, & B~oggs Libi
ty; L,. R. Eaton, Central.
i~N[. h?. .~., A .miIII 6.
Dr lain's Colio, Cholera and Diar.
rhcea Remedy in his family for
- several years as occasion required,
a and always with perfect success.
He says: "I find it a perfect cure
for our baby when troubled with
colic or dysentery. I now feel that
a my outfit is not complete'withhout
a bottle of this Remedy at home
f or on a trip away from home.
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle,
t, Pickens; U. N. Wyatt, Easles;
Hall, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill;
Hunter, & Boggs, Liberty; L. R.
r For rhoumatism I have found
nothing equal to Chamberlain's
0 Pain Balm. It relieves the pain
r as soon as applied. J. W. Young,
West Liberty, W. Va. The prompt
rolief it affords is alone worth
many times the cost, 50 cents. Its
r continued use will effect a perma.
nout cure. Foi sale by Dr. G, W.
B Earle; Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Easley
Hall, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill; Hunter
& Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton, Cen.
W: Have BO BargaIN Hus
Hear Them Bustle.
S FOR THIS WEEK :
>r (All silk black Armure
11 Iat 65 cents, real value
65 c. $1 per yard. Just
L think of it a Black
Silk dress, worth $14,
II i. for $9.10.
(7 pieces more of those
beautiful all wool Nov.
ty Dress Gocds at 35
cents; we told you the
35 C. J wool had to fly last
7 | week and . the~ good
O. I work still goes on.
I Spread out your wings
)0. t. and come to see us.
gar(27 inch Cotton Plaids
)c. I at 6 con ts; nice Dress
r style Ginghams 5 cent
5c. 50 dozeni mens' HOSE
>'at 5 cents; 50 pieces
Calicoes at 5 cents a~
1yard, see them.
3 BrinigIn Your FEET.
(We will fit them t(
chi | your liking and save
'he S you money. Too many
dh |mens' and womens
ne 0 )high grade Shoes
e ICharles Heiser's hand
8ooI8made sewed for men,
)I, | worth $6, at $4, ladies
ir $3.50 Shoes at $2.60.
"JONES & GARRISON,
VO No. 9 PEND)LETON STREET.
yNov. 22-94. Greenville, S. (I,
ct Agents Standard Patterns. Uata
I ogu free On reouiest
of LEWIS & SON 'S.
yFor the next thirty days we wil'
thoffer Our entiro stock at a great re
t(luction mn prices we bought rathier
heavy and must sell the goods. If
"E you are hunting the place where your
re. dollars will go the fartherest, come
1 im and let us show you and you will
.be astoishced ait the prices we are
-naming on our goods. Hore is a
few of our prices:
as5 A good 'well-bucket, 25 cents
ny worth 40, a good A xe, 50 cents wortih
til 65, A better one for 60 cents worth
75, 'rhe best calico 6 cente fast selor
worth 8 cents, Good Cotton Checks
4 cents worth 5.
1w Everything else in propotion to
to Nice Oranges, Raisina Candy, Co.
,coanuts, Citron, Cheese, Macaroni,
Nut,, &c. for Xmas, come early and
7Y avoid the rush at
-| JOHN T. LEWIS & 8ON.
December t 1 wa.
THE NEW TARIFF
Goes Into Effect,
We propose to anticipate it by
giving our customers the bene.
fit of the reduction now.
Therefore if you are
Or anything containing Wool don't
fail to get our prices before
buying. We mean busi.
MCALISTER & BEATTIE.
63 and 65 Main St.
(Next door to National Bank)
P. S.-Butterick Patterns.
Greenvillo, 8. C. Nov. 8.94.
The Auditor's Office will be open
from the first day of January 1895
to the twentieth day of February
1895, to receive returns of Real
and Personal Property for Taxation
in Pickens County for the year
The Auditor or his Deputies will
he ast each of the following Pro
cincts to receive Returns for said
Calhoun, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1895.
Central, Wednesday, and Thurs
day, Jan. 16, and 17, 1895.
Liberty, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 18, and 19, 1895.
E asley, Monday an d Tuesday,
Jan. 21, and 22, 1895.
Cross Plains, Wednesday, Jan.
D~acusville, Thursday, Jun. 24,
Fosters Store, Friday, Jan.. 25,
Pum pkintown, Saturday, Jan.
Eastatoe, at Kings old Store,
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1895.
Hurricane, Wednesday, Jan. 30,
Six Mile, Trhursday, Jan. 31,
Praters, Friday, Feb. 1, 1895.
Pickons Court House h~alance of
All changes in Real Estatn must
be made and all new buildings
erected since 1st day of January,
1894, returned for action of Town.
ship Asasessors who are required by
law to examine all returns made
Ignorance of time of listingiw.
no nxcuso and a penalty of 50 per
cent. for non returns is strictly on
joined upon Auditor.
All T1ax payers must make their
returns in peorson or by some one
legally authorized to do so in case|
of sick ness or absence from the
County. Banks buildings and
Loan Associationas, Fire, Life, and
other Insurance Companies are re
quired by law to make returns.
Each andI every person will please
be prepared to say in what Town
hipl and School District they live
at the time they are required to
make their return.
,All Males between 21 and 50
year of age except those excused
by law are liable to Poll Tax,
W. H. BRYANT,
Nov' 29, 18n8. Aaitm. af P. n.
20 Days .B
These 20 days means that Shoes will t
F'air Sale open to all. Come with th
Jas. M.& E.1
Greenville, S. C.. Dec. 13, 1894
O HRIST MMi
IT WONT TAKE MU
To Get All you want. Our Goods are
When you want a Stove Qet au
The best STOVE on E ARTH for th
Dec. 13, 1894. 134
SHEPPARD AND ELLISON'S
mIhes Shbm F
Georgia Homne-mjie for rou:..h
ware, is the best Y7
Nice linse Ladies' Shoes, pat.n.- fase d
eners given with shtoes, wo v..n w~i
niot bei sewing cn buitions every~ sus~
day before going to church. Chiil
dIren's shioesi, a~ specia ty.
Indigo) Prints bet 5 cents piei:
All woci Twilled Flannel 16 2.3.
cents per yard. e
All wool Twilled Flan~nel beat 2)0 ~
cents per yard.,
All wool School Boy Jean. 16 23
cents per yard.
All wool School Boy best Jeans
20 coats per yard.
3-4 -Shirting 4 cents por yard.
7-8 Shirting 6 " A
Hats all kinds, arnd styles with 33* j
per cent off. I 'an't miss getting a
$2.01) Ha~t for $1.50 Cuime ,-arly
before they are' all goina.
Good line of Shirts arid neiderweair,
A Good pair Bla5rikets, 90 cents.
1 pair Couniterpaines, 90 cents.
I. X. L. Pocket knives 20 per centW
Nails steel cut, 24 cents per pound. prn.
By the keg 2* " ' -.
Shot 6* cents per pound.
Powder '20 " "
Best Patent Flour *3.75 cente per
Second Patent Flour $3.60 cents
Straight Patent Fiour $3.25.
We have many other things that
you will need, which space here
lon't allow 4s to to mention, so call Ala
ao see us .wien ha town n
8HEP'PARD & FA' LISON
Easlay. Sept. 27 1894.
e sold Lower than ever before.
e Rush if you want to obtain the
a GOU DS.
klain Bereet, Greenville, S. C.
d' I - .*4 f ia f |BAR
N' U0 the;ir Mt->ck f,,r. -
*I IAGO -) is4 in N- w
kn-w ; w exp -t hirni to
r)sit n e' h.-*sii-r ,oW hari)
y we ever known to be.
Ve eter p)repa' ed thian
r to se'rve yn4 -, and a k for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
Ikn,.,..Sp . .1 9
'Z49'A SI*, rEIAS,. HATS,
>. FARlMERt' TOOIA, and enay
n)~EI eede t "4for hrige popejH'.
A (*. WYATT,