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-Miss Lilian, daughter of R. F.
Wyatt, is serieusly ill.
-Mr. A. W. Folgor, of Easley,
was in Pickens last week.
-M. F. Williams, of Clement,
was in Pickens last Saturday.
-Senator O'Dell left Easley
Monday morning for Columbia.
-Elias Day, of Easley section,
was in town Tuesday on business.
-Prof. A. B. Riloe, of Easloy,
was in Pickons on busiless last
-Prof. I. M. Mauldin took
charge of the Liberty school last
-Mlr. 0 rgory Omlorg, of G roon
ville, visited at Capt. 11. C. Grady's
-Reproson tat ivo M iior took the
early morning train Monday for
-Rv. C. L. craig wns in town
Monday and paid the JoURNAL It
-Mr. Marcus Duckworth, of
Morganton, N. C., has moved in)
the Durant house.
-Rev. W. M. Harden pieached
an interosting .sermon at the
Methodist church last Sabbath.
-Dr. F. S. Portor and family
visited tie forimor's fathlrer, Mr. C.
C. Porter, of Westminstor, last
-There was it most enjoyablo
sociable giveni at tho residence of
Mr. H-. B. Houndrick's last Friday
-Joe and Tom George, escaped
from the county cnaip gang Satur
day and have ,not yet been over
-An infant of Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. Barron died on tho 9th instant
and was bur-ied at Secona church
-The young peoplo of the town
11:1d . very enjoyablo sociable at
tio residence of Mr. B. T. McDan
'4ie's]- last weok.
-reasurer Youngblood is as
busy as a bee, making lists of road
tax payers ior the county arid to wn
-John T. Wuason, of Easley
Township, was in town Tusday
aid reports considerable sickness
in his neighborhood.
-' reasuier Youngblood is haviug
his - dweihng painted. W. W.
Oglewby, an expe: t painter Irom
Greenville, has th- job.
--B. T. MoDanicl, who is Store
keopor and Gauger for-a distillery
in Abbevillo countv, aild Pickenms
a Ily ing visit last Sunday.
-Edgar Arnrold, of New York
is ain artist in signr painiting. Look
over the doors of thme count y o ficers
arid you will be pleased 'with his
beau tifulI wor~k
-Cnsablose Ei cklebergor andl
LaFar have about, got thoe block
adlors stloped ini this c unty. Out
of about twenty-six warrants they
didn't got anything.
-Tlho <hvolI.nrg of M\rs. Mufir
p~hy, whio/iis on .Maj. Ambler 's
4o uui.,'*as I/tirumd Sattirday xnornu
irjg. .1t is sl~upsed to be the
work of an~ incotidiary.
---Tho Twelve Mile schoel open
ed last Monday with flattering
prosp~ects. Miss Miary Kirksey is
lin charge, and thre patroens ar1e
pleased with hrer mnethiods.
*-Mrius. P. A\. Porter, whoe has
ben mtrousl' ill with pneinnonma
for the last five wooeks, is .somiewvhat
better, aind lhenr inuy frieinds hopo
shre wvill soon be returned to peCrfect
.--ir, .J. C. (Swooetl,) Alexander,
pf~ 4iloxander, S. C., tht popular
palesmnan of Wr. D. .larris, has
4loved in the M rs. James hose oni
dbt.sllrt. \Vp gra alwvays,
glad o hav such mUon in oggi
-Will Ariail's horse became
frighrteneid hrist Weidniesdauy at a
doeg onr thu Eaisley road nud ran
away, throwing "hill"I' out of his
yohi-cle arid bruisi'ng lini uip conr
sifdera bly. lHe at. onrce securmed a
phot. gun~ and killecd thre dog.
-Fran iFergusoe n, who) Iivyes in
the. (Oolo noy' see tion r, lost his house
by fir e last Sur'lay night. Every
thinig was hurr d,1 butt a cow, whInich
was hiod ortby tihe house w~ith a
u'o.i and somio one cut the rope
jJeo'e'she had' burntd l > doatl.
-M1'. TV. A. Walker, wvho is wvoll
ari favorably known to the buy
2y f dr~y goot1s ii piclhon9 co(uh
ly, is wfth Eba.)tigh & Jordon onr
tlie co)r)or of IMaint and Coffee
stroo4 in Ureenyjlbp, wh;ore li w;i
bo pleased to so1 hris Pickens
-Ad. Blassinrgamuo andl Robert
Blassinigame, son of D). W. Blag
$ingaumo, were traveling together
in Igrayson couipty, T[exits, on the
1st inst., anid I ghtninjg strupk the
vohie, seriously lbui Ii ng Ad.
Blassinigamo arnd instantLly killing
-Do%'t forgot that Smith &
Bristow will treat you right, if you
want anything in thio clothing
}in. They will do wvhat they say
in thei r adv~ertisemen t. They
have mado a cut in thre pricos and
ihe goodls will cortainly go at the
i from Pickons coun of on of t
saddost andi-1 most r LItil trial
edies that ever blighted a Sou
" Carolina homo or darkened a pa
u- ini the nriminal history of ti
State. It is the record of anoth
bhe1 mountain crime, harrowing in e
on. ery detail.
Shortly after midiight Wodine
day morning tho residenco of ti
,ch Rev. M. L. Joues. near Field, wi
in- burned to the grouid t d his elde
daughter and son wore cromat<
or- in tho con flagrition. Tho only ta
100 giblo evidonce left that they oin
0oxisted was their charrod, almo
formle~ss hoie, which wore rake
from the coals.
co(, Tuosday igh t Mr. Jones !
tir- home about. sutdowi to spenid il
ill might with his sick son-in-Ilaw aln
i d. neighbor, i Mr. Loopur, who live
a1 SiEmrt (Iistanico away just, out <
- sight of bis residelnce).
lie left inl hi o11u1s15 his elde
yd auitghtIcr, at beau11ti fu iIYounI
IVwoman 17yars1 old, and (1
oIbert, about grownj. Thl'.
retired, it is presuimed, acc-ordini
C to their custom , earley in the nigh
neiver imiginiinig it would bo thIiie
Oi Shortly aftcr imidmght J. Foste
Sillitl, it :'eighbor who lives i
sight of th e Jones place, aild Vh
at happliod to be awake it the time
, saw Mr. Joio's house ablaze.
t-, Slipping on his clothes he hii
33 ried out to the rescuo and weit b
Al fmr IltatIr Jolles, i Son of the Rov
d Mr. Jones, aroused him and tht
of two ran to the scelie.
W - i i they' got there it horribl
is- sight met, their view. The todor
d. box lk( building was all ahlaz
of and the flam s were licking t h
clh swayiig walls in miad fury. Th
a1t fire was be'yoid all control al
inmossilslo of approach and all
._ read' the roof was falliig ill.
EdiThrougIt tht shattered wi n(1
t tho brother and i frieid could cAel
Occasioal glimpses of the alread
ilCoiSCiOust and almost iunrecocy
iizable bodios of the brother mn
sister, Onio awful. :resound in
1118rash followed and 11 moro wit
scon of the lovod ones until thpi
blaickenled bones Nwere drigge(d froi
r tie hot coals 1111d usho.'s. Mr. Joil
it Ws Ia'oused and notified but oni
m in timo to so the wreck. His er
tire 1hom1e, iicludinlg corn cribb
and smoke house, wa'iis raz-d t
the ground by th) fire,
The sao affair bears-. d oul
a heavy umil tio vo unablo main
od heart, frIomi the fact tiat oily
in yeir ago e lt his beloved W-it
of nild alothilr auighter ly dmatlI
Iollir ch ild nei ilow suiipyve.
1)d iWohnlwIy whalt. honevs cou!
of' he0ound werc gathered ill ol
[or heap anid the corioir's 1'H ilust w\.:
mt held oveor Hwbiv, t he old gen.I (t-ema
of sittinlg overt fte sco.ie, Il hiva
-oo) bowed in indesrliblablo grief, alt
tlt) tear1s Ilowinug fre.ely fro hil111
1(or blood shiot i'yes.
)in '1'hre was ito Olbl' manl in tIn
of sectionl or in Pickor~s counity, mor'
or,. sincerely and widely r'eyered a i
beliovedt than 1110 Rev. Mr'. Jonte
lie hatd bioin a proactnhor' for tw'
at ty year' -11( and'as a prominient miai
ra, For the last fif(teen y'ears lie ha
W. beent pastor of1 the Trinity Baptis
pi- chlur'ch of that nleighborholot
of wh'Iichi11 al th elel~t there atitent(
)r, 0(d Onl aleetount Lof hiis kindly13, geintJ
Ig. <h!sposit(ion ni ti [pure, Obii'tia
lio Recently t ho good peoploe
a : that sectIi in-had beeni gr'ea tly at
t1g itoyod hy alii i i1le'Case Of d ruikn og
iii ainlIlg ai Cei'tait set, Oli alccoiit
on a marikedli llertensO iin ii [ t distih
ist inhg, ald u.(tI Gii~ln b ogan to cry
tto Itall i',o aignlist. the lawtlesanosS
'iiIlu i is 1began 1 sovor'a1111 months ag
ire Bt-wi'ein six and seven mon01th
ish ago a M r. Tr'iot t er, one of M r. Jono
L'9nih'boS, sui p)~)~ go hay' i
nedgthe reeu o~ltcore8 to some11 stil
n~g wlich werei' do)stroyed, ran amuc
'ill of the mlooninnliers inud tiorrly e
ros Cape' wIt h his l ite corni stalks an1
other iinflammab~ttlo ma1terial \voi
piled upon his house and( flrot
lHe twoke, and running out tile r'
treating gang firedI uponil him an
ur wound ited hi m. The firo was ex tir
of giuish~ed ithoI iut considtle i dan
0(d ago and wa of the( gangi are ny
ntd awa itng trii in thle Pickensg jai
in. flhi id not.( 11 top101 the evil,'an
'is the lter'. Mr'. ,Jones0 began to 1 n)
'si aigainist. Ihe' gr'owintg i~piri of' lau~
adl h('sans9, byi his r'equesft, ai Sbol
its inn' ago, his s.on, i'lbert, led Ret
rio, etnue Oflic'r I)iiilap aidt a f'or'o (
oni dtpie ts to ~iSome stills near' th~
h), home, anid al are 11 ' n3vO.inlced~ tIn
tor hla man~odhinitors fired the hous
m.l ill retv''n!ne to burnii thli soii.
ty Ma':joi r'.tulap know Miss ,Jone
io. antd thle faiily porison1 ally andi
ed imuch'l e)xercise )d ovyi the turibl1)
neo affaniir, 11e has goimto to Ohar'lei
mus ton1 toI 'rep'or't thiis and QIthor mat
30. ters to Jdg it Ilmuwley, and say
mid he wtilh do all in his power to brin
as thle guilty p)ors8ons to juistieo,
ys Tlhi a ifuneral was hold( yOstoi
thi, danY.--( Irneenv illo News,
iss Osa ~ny ' M4iiiper.
Ier nI ..t i 'u t o I io ii ,,y t e ur 'o t
)n Ilyut it hl ',- hrn ll , t'e prgei
ihie frnVu bbi refr hebeeiof
rk in 3"n ""'''6""Pe
Allost i\rs Itsli. a1 theOCII exetiI u
(I at le ab u . A conl ltt i al i ini'tat'(h
0Sexor i)00' cat ll 01o a'teIn 'antI5
1o ~ t otepiue Ian.kethe pt.li'.
m tho building of tho school housi
I- from this (late until 15th of Jai
uary. Plans and specification,
o e? be seen at Chapman & Calla.
IS hal's sioro.
FINAL SCTTLmMEET NOTIcI.
Wo will a ,VpIy to J. 11. Newbery, Jud e(
of lrobate, for leave to mnak. a Illul sette.
10 "nent of the estato of L. G. Itiiltont, (le.
Is'oe'I, onl the 14th (liay of Jaintary, 1897,
alil asked to be diainismed a4 execitors.
W. A. IIAMIIr'ON,
A. It. HIAMII/urON,
Notice of Final Settlement.
A I Willp ipf to .t. t N itw bery, til
f I 'rIbat ., fr i- v to 111;hke at 1111al set
th'nienlt of thl. (iat f W 11ill )(]m
r Ltse iiot.lcneI on the 12th
th o1 (if I".1hr ia-y. 1897, a1-k to Ie <lim lissed
aI Aimiiut rator.
W. H'. NDI'MONS.
- 97w -Al ns rator.
4 Ii accordlana with law, 110 Itegitrationi
books will I bv opened it Pickens C. i1., three
9 lavs itl each ionith for year 1897. Con
11 neneig ol first. fonday of each ionth
ane tin ne thr&e e oneentive tlays. All
a2lti nsiii1 inust be mail il ierson1.
J. H. KHMNiacmuo,
b .3. TnI. I ,oorn,
11. W. FAnn,
M1r41 oif Registration for l'itckens county.
ja ( GICNTSI' WVA NTI'E)---For War in
T* Cub r. by ! S'inoi)r Quiesmgin, Cubl:m
relate-4sent:ialve at, Washing-tonl RIlllor.,et
> b.h C bi Ial riots. Ill treenli(oisi de
ii:,toli. A bonanza foi- Rr ageits. Oul%
- 1.50. Biig booki, b'g commissilos Ei'v
yrthe only elorse, rell.
:fhl - book. Out 1lks frev. C:-eclit Wvr-v.
' FIreigh(il paitd Drop all1 ra'sil, :1m1 "make1i
$300 a nonth with War in Ciia. Ad1
e lress tioi v. 'I'l l1 N ATION A I, 1100
SCON(ICIRI, 352-356 Dearborni Street,
e'1T.\Tit OF. SOUTiH CAtOLINA,1
Cotity of l'-keiii.
- 11% J It Newm.:y, I Pqirlrobate
.1 i g
, Whereavis, M. F. Willins n1mde Rnit
to Inle to granlt, himl Letter's (of Adm1inl
ir-tlion of the state and effects of
.Sal110- a biel t ilet. deenaw .
Thse r11e 'TI'heriefore I oi (o 11 ( iadmnon
ish all1 null sinlguliu-. thev kindred tnlered
itors of t ie Raid 8:aai liel Clement. dle
co8sed, thnt thehv be fnd apper1' before
t me inl the Couirt of Probato, to be held at
r Pickens Court I 10in, S. C., on tie 2Sth
dlay of .0i1 1897 nepxt, aifter pmbliention
he04rf, at 11 o'clock in the fo'renoon, to
e show clu1. if 11n).V they have, why tie
snii; Adiiinistration should not be
Giuvn inn lily 111d. thim 9th dav of
.T:i 1. 8)7, in the 121 year of our Inde
4 ;..%] J 1 Nuwtioii', 1 1 P C.
Neiicrofagsi Inaved Ulv-caes vered.eg
S There is 110 doubt, according to
the ilanly iremarkable cures p( rformed
bY llotanic lilood Balmn ("B. B. B."'),
a that it is far the best Tonlc and Blood
Q in ilier over man tfactured. All
8 others palo Ito insignificance
I whent compared with it.
.1 It eures0. pimles, nlcers, ekini
j diseases, and all manner of blood
s and skini ailments. Buly the best, and
don t throw~ yourl uloney away oni
,t subswtituttes. Tr1y the long tested and(
a old reliable B. B, B. $t1.00 per large
b ot lie' Voi sale by Dr'uggists.
t. The Autaht's oflce w'ill be open
d fromn the 1st (lay of Jannary, 1897,
*t to thle 20th day of Februaryv, 1897,to
l, receive returns' f'or i'rol alnd personal
l-pro~perty for1 taxai~Lon1 in Pickens
e omity,' for' Iseal year commencing
11 Jainuary the 1st 1897.
T1hie Auad itor or~ hOis deuties will
f be at each of the following pr'ecinlcts
- to receive returns1ix for sai(( (ieeal
If Cl.hoiunA~, Ani Iday, JanuarQy 3I
s- Centtia.l, 'lTuesday anud We~dnesday
3. Jannary 19th antd 20th, 1897,
s,. Not ris Cott on Mills, Thursd
is Jan uar y '4Mt, 1897.
dI war'y 22d and 23rd, 189t7.
Is E~asley, Monday and 'Tuesday,Jan.
3- C'ross Pains, WViednsday, January
(d 27th, 1897.
*o Looper's Store, Thulirsd ay, Janunary
- Peters Creek, (Ilughes Store) Fr'i
dday, January 29th, 1897?.
- 1'uniiplanIItown, Satur'day, January
R astatoe, (at King's 01(1 Store,)
.I Tuesday, Febr'uary 2d 1897.
I h nir'iao , (at M ie Cr'teok) Wednesq
hI (day, t'ebruiary 3i d, 1 897.
- Six M il2, Thursday, F~ebruar'y 4ith,
- P raters, FidayFebuary5th
f' 1 X7. .'.. Cl'f'y th
0o Plekens1, CIourt lI oue balance of
t the timte.
o All c'hlanges, in real estate mfust bo
m1adle and~ all nlew bu1Iilgseece
ssinceQ the 1I id(ay ( Jainuar'y, 1390,
.s rotonedita 'or' akction of thei tow.nship
o assessous wvho are r'ecruired by law to
-ex'amuinc all ret urns made. Ignor.
-anc) of' the tin1to of listing is no ex
s c1ase andi a pe~nalt~y of ilty pier cent
g for non1 returns'I1 is stictly enjoined
upon01 the audItor.
-All tax patyer's must make their ro
ttm'nsMII in prso or' by some one he
gally' atuthorized to (do so in case of
sickns or'85 1 abhsence from1 the~ county.
s. Ihniks, Iltaildi ngs antd baan \A~.o.
a ciationa, Iireo, lai1gandtu other insur
n- aneeI Ci) )1 cm nie's are'19 rqired by law
bt to miake0 return's. Each! iand( every
~person will please be prep'lareCd to say
,n inl what tow nslup and col d(101(istrict
-i- they live at the time they are re.
I i < tuired to mlakce their retnru'y All
mnales 1)tvYCen 9 1 and 40 ygge' oi
ne age, except thioe ecgctsod by law anc
y? li ble to poli tax.
,f FEx-Con fedcerat e soldiers aro lIabk(
to poll1 tax bletween 21 and 50 yeaii
of ago. N. A . CA aLI'troiiua.
A uiditor' P icki t s County.
Dcc. 3d 180.t
All Kind of Shoes, Ladies Shoes, Men's
Shoes, Boy's Shoes. Cheaper
than ever before.
HEAN/ Y' GOCERIES.
Flour. Bac - c). 'uvar. Salt, Lard, Molasses,
R le, Crits, &c.
Come to seU us :nmi let us show you our Goods
whether you want to buv or in t Pil'ite and courtcous at.
ttention to * veryhiot. C V 1 ,s v 1::1! and wo will treat
you right. Don't f i , t (I ( ! .e , t coiler.
SUTHERLANiD & I1FF1N,
P"ickens, S. C,
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
11. C. M ARKAL Y.
And Every Variety of Fine Carriages, Buggies, Carts,
and Harness, H-a rdware, Paints, Oils
Greenville Coach Factory.
G W. SIRB1lNE, Superintendent.
A lrge lot oif men02 andt bo-.
I keep a full line of
6jF*I pay casha for hidesu, wax an tal.
SuIccesRor to (owr & (Goodh-14*t.
10 anStreet, Greenvill.,S. .
THE SOUTHERN, Ileahe stc
(Late I(x)change. lI otel,) o d i ~s~yallii't
CR EENVI LL E, S.c C. zw o hscony
A FIRtST1 CLASS CJOMMEtIIAL IL tj i ~liIawl C
Newly Iefitted, liefinrniihed, and2( Mode rn-i ''' I ~
ize.c. All (utIAM ' ltoomsi. L~arge, ILight, Il 10 w y ' 1)y Go .',i0
w ithi Open G rates. ILarge 51 auple II I
ItUoms on Otli'o 1'hor. (,ityv, . i.. , J w h
Rtailway from Air Iia ne(
to 110tel. 3T
Ters er ay $2CO ic2n3 CLeYDa E . tc
CAI re v.lIZ.lls Of tills coief Clerk
hly vi r~ie f innIdiort and aedni please yoni
Larney attathedayiofn toymGoldy ,No..
Jones m tl~,28ti~tf Ans, aatt ,I 8~-, ,asewehy,
cordelin th C lOct22fie., T.l.C LY D E.g
54. e W. wi lto trra Chige C ller a
ptbrney ache, n t o mef~~ by, ' S. 11..
daiy , the 30th, day oif JIanuary 1897, all that -
pie ae, parcel or trat oif land, on which N/ T AI
Trhoc. Unmith nowv lIveja containing twent~y.. l ~ i il(.1
two (2 ) aerces mor'. or lessa. Adjoiningil tFU0 'IJI iL
landa 1 i 1lliott 'Willias~ns, J. A. i [nghey
anda others. Sold as thet property of Eilza
both Smiith. Termsl cash . Main Street, (lIE ENVI iIJ.E, S. C.
JanT-97t3. M rtgag e. J lave now ruday for sae all t he
________________________Latest Styites ini
Notice to ExecutorAdiIs
tratol~s, (Olardiana, &c. IaS, B0o111ts lhldl Caps,
Y~u arv~e ra~~d Izy la to rake you For Ladh-as, Misses and Chibir en.
aiii rt reirii b e(o ~ h o 1' robae -A~a3 W 'Ihey keeap consiitanft 13y on2 hand( all thie
Jen V~se atie:\< I o the mtatter' promiptly aul oetisa lwud res
no0 (ore 111e to 52nd any13 n1otices ontt by theIE11 Yo r I trouge mtoitedl.
Ja. t3-. Nytut M'SSEs McKAY,
--- -i 'rlne 1uda. ~ [ j Mon~ S tee, Girreepyille, S\. C.
Wanted-An 8da8s4y xiontrntt,. o
PW r le& N tj ny tgt a- - ' " ,.A itat Olg
It will pay you to visit this
ktore when in Greenvile.
1G tc 1
say it is the CHEAPES.'
PLACE in town.
A. J. JONES,
20-5 Mafin Street.
A 'uni Sanidard Patterns.
Odds and Ends
LAW NS, SW I -Es, 311TLIS &C., IN
PLA IN, STRAIPI I'1'C , PLAII)
A\N 1)1 Il ED.
chil'Irens, all aLt o4444n- 0own l)itceS 0r thero
(k)(111 fi-iiretd lwns -1n11 'K (1eeks at 5
Go oze io s :091 Nbil's lit to t h lf price.
T, I I :11:1-k Table Covers84,
':l ad, 1h~i 125, nly :-.I I fi. (et one at.
'i valIu . l tt..r :'(. 44 n i b: 3too 1 Ito.
-)li:-( Iht New\\ I'vee:11e
I 1;)1k li Navy lilae I)uck,
011r Stck 11:1s Ig:iin Itins in ll de..
dX 1.liii (II 14 ' . tem 3.4': 1141n111 tliti
pa~iilent aumny un ler vie
AI I pi-clI Thuis nreaflntta
all vk . .1114. andl wanle 1 th'o g )1-1Our
dlill'ernt11 depatientls; svee barg-:.Ils mnl
geL't pr1ices-w.el w\.()I th the trip.
You kinim. our boy.s delliht in sihowing
g4 i'1s: they '.ay- the goods sell themi
Dry Coods and Carpets.
Telrlplone No. 87.
1'. .-- liutterick 1Itteris.
1 wvilI s.elIl Dry Goo ds, Hats,
Shes.'t ilo. hing, Not ions, and
for the next 30o Days,
ill ol'(Ie to liilake at clbalge i1n
$1.50 Stuis at - - 8.00
85.0 " - - $3.60
$.0 " - - - ~ $4.00
87.5o " - - - $5.00
A iitl '1 hei r goo in proplwrl ion,
J. H. BROWN,
N~ov 10, ' 1. Libierty, S. 0.
(iriiniville S. ( '. Piekens, S. C.
Morgan il & Blaissingoame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
P'( ikens, (. If., S.C,
l'ra ic i nIl ail thel 44'4r1L',
1. lli I, S. ( ' Ollicc over AdIdison &
.iee's I )rng Store.
ffILt. lil!i1'I' N I I IKSIN,
APhsicianl and Surg~eon,
( Jhiie at his- ridence4'14 .biini S'tree'.
NOt)'l TO'I~'' )' Til*IPASSEItIs.
I fori a ny34 14 3 r4 n fronti (40 lmntI I ing. itting
ex44ept ini th4 jubli. road4 withou~tt my3 co0n..
!en4t- .el. 11A lItON L4OOP1lt.
M 3ira, 8. (e.. A ilri 27. 1895,I
Al wo'.' rk guarn343teed.
Woi be14 14 leased44 t(o serv4 yo44.
l'reenvillO, S. C,
Olli4e .4vr 1Iza. & D ostecr's IDrug Store,
Better Ralse Mules
Than Buy Them.
,1131 1IIASK( II,, w.eighis abont 1000
poml and34 wx1341'Vill ser!ve) )4mr1es at Iensll for
TI'it I'311PICT, is. four years14 old, weihs
abou44t, 400 ponnds441 and) will sev )4)4res at
Gouings 14 i.5creek farm34 for~ St for a cott.
C. L. Holline'sworth.
1)e4. 5, 1895.
Nic4e to Debuiors uand Oaaeditora..
1al of Note~s aunn Aceosaumg.
All persons'3 holingit ch3i)4s againist the
es( tte of .J. F'. Lathem,4 dceased404 m33 114
sen3t thei same( (du11y aItteted44, toteun .
signed'4 for paymen4413t. (4n or1 be4fore' tle 25th
day43 of .i2anna4ry, 1897, or4 behbasred from'.any
act'ion3 aigain st Us ; and1 pe4rsons indenb4ted to
1114 51ah4 es1talte, 3must5 miake paymen10)t to the
utIersi01 4gn4ed oni or be4fore 4ab14 dlate.
All note14s and1 aeronn43)ts blonging to aald
or' wor))thle!s, will be4 sold4 at Piekons ois
14a114 day) in Febuaury, 1897.
de4 t.1. 4 5 E emt~.,
-See Registration notice
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be
Central the 19th to 21st, int
-Don't forget to stop at
Southern Hotel when in Gre
Ville. You will not regret it.
-If your paper fails to rer
you on time, please report, it i
mediately to the editor. tf
-Read the change in the adv
tisemont of The Factory 81
Store, of Greenville, S. C., and
what they say.
-The Liberty Sub-Alliai
will meet at Liberty next Sat
day at 3 p. im. All members y
ploaso note the abovo and'atte
-See the change in the har
some advortisoment of Clyde
Nalloy on the first pago. Tl
mlon busiless and will certnai
lot the goods go cheap to. 1
-See Millor & Cruikshanks i
vortisomont. They are solling bo
and Shoes at cost an1d if You wi
a bargain, give them a call whi
you go to Greenvillo.
-Mrs. Corrie Fuller d iod
her home near B1riggs post ofli
01 last 'TueRday night tio rth inH
of Consumption. She was onlv
years old. A husband, Daniel F
lor, and two children survive, a
they have the ileorO sympathy
the entire nleighl)orhood, the
ceased being of a rarely sweet d
positiont and univo'esally holovI
Tho deceased was at mombor
the Georgo's Crook Baptist nhur
bIt intermont will take place
the Antioch church.
-1-lovey Nbaly, Charles N. Dt
ham and Bart. Nealy captu r
Richard, alias' Wade, Fuller Su
urday on k'.ansom Duko's fil
about four miles east of tou
Fullor is a colored conviet, it
supposed, and has boon away frm
his post of duty for sixteen yea
having served only one month I
fore his escapo. Ho gavo t
young men a lively fight bOf<
they brought him to tormtis, but
no.w quietly awaiting ordors fr(
the poi,itontiary authorites, bei
in the custody of Sheriff McDI
-Mrs. Martha Mullinax, aftei
few days illnons from grip, di
on the (th inst., at ht41r homo
Dacusvillo, inl tho 30th yenr
her age. The death was sald
it was sudden and ulnexpected a
that section is h-reft of one
its most lovablo women. I
sickness hegIn with grip, I
terminlated in a (complicationt
troules. A htusband and ti
small1 chtild ren, many rel atLi
and~ numerous friends mourn 1
loss. VTo futneral was held fri
the Griiflin Baptist chuiircht
which shto was a devout memi:
A Pre:4y Wecddiseg.
On Thursday the 7th inst.,
half past six o'clock, Miss No
the beauti Iuil (laugh ter' of Mr. L.
W~atson, of D)acusvillec, was hap
ly mnarried1 to Mr. Thios'. West,
[tmmediqtely after)4 the coronIo(
Iho guests were invited to I
liiing room where awaited t hen
manifiicon t feast. lThe weddi
inarchl was. plaiyod by J. M. GOwy
m his violin and1( Mrs. Epten
the ianto- Mr. West has aL It
>f friends w ho congraubI
tim in winning suchl a bonti
aund accomplished lady to sht
his future happiness. Wo w
for the young couiple htappin
and success in the future. Mr. a
Mrs. West lpft Ihe day follow!
for Spartatnhurg, whni'o they -"v
WeolI, the old yoar has all
n ico flowers and a hteanrt futll
love. The old 1896 futrnisl:
1m1nch enjoymne fp' bothl old a
young itt and a'~roiin4 Calhtoi
The Calhoun Christmas free
a success from start to fin ish, h1
thing or its kind wo imyo ovorI b
in our lile town,) Tjhie proso
wgjro both nutmerous and hanids4ot
Ca lhtount( eyed its fi rst IhallI
inst. 'IThe hallI was givent tt Itm
of thet Mijs~s I .ity ni of' (I G ret
villo, g~oomiplished anmd prol
daughto'rs of Mr. Jolt 1L. IIlay r
A bout twen) dix coutnplos gra<
the floor at onte tin10. ;\bot<
hund1ed id twynnty-tv p~ lors<
present, .at)nlcded at 12:
It was 0injoyed by all present v
was o~proegid by tai unajority
the o't of Christmas holidti
On Thursuday night Januarvy 'i
1807. M4r. S. O) Skolton, of (
houn, wI-s happily married to 1'
Emma Smith, of Li ber ty, dautgli
of Mr. Job Smith, Tho ('4W01il
$44 p1400 at y qiclok, and l
performned by 11ev. W. fH. Wc
man,)1 T.he couple have the I
wvishes of thoh' many friends
The Carter Morchtandise Co.hi
openedl upl a ntice stock of goodl1
the D.>ylo building at Colho
r. Frank Carter in itchargo.
n sig a new cootn in towni,
he watch word to thle firim
oggs & Skelton is huitlo b
and don't be downed.