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iad eoGillesp rviiting
-Dr. WtAin will be in
skops the Wtb1.11th, and 12th
-l. ~pe, of Clemson-Co lege,
spending t while with' COeon and
-Miesek Essie aud Annio .Num
me.yeied relatives and friends
ir town .last week.
-Prof. B. F. Robertson and
det' Sam Robertson sponb the
lidlay. ith their parents..
-Mrs. Airken Nowton and Miss
rrin6 visiteditho family of Col V.
Pickens, near Easley, last weck.
-Misses Nottie and Addio A n
ony of Fields visited their bro
)r, Mr. Wi!l Anthony, in town
-Tlie sociable givoi at the resi
a c.Tot Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Boweii
it wook vas much eujoyod by
Marriod, on Docembor 28th,
88, Mr. Luther Burnos to Miss
>rah Hayes, Magistrate A. A.
-Misses Childs and Sitten, two
arming young ladies from An
raon county, are visiting the
-On last Monday the yoiiung
ople of the vicinity, ol ijOyed a
ciahle given at th residence .f
r. and Mrs. O'Dell's.
Marrie&on the 21st, inst., at the
sidencs of the offimating ini.
r, Mr. Seabrook Atkinson, Mr.
. D. Dncan and Miss Elleno
-Sorgeant James 'T. Jonos. 4)f
attery C., Sovonth Illin iis 1 i.h
artillery, who hits been vis;i:t
fii - - Joims, of liriggi,
ift on the 29th nit., direct for
Married at the residence of i lie
rides father, Warron Tumrnr, 0n
unday Dec. 25th, 1890. Mr Jaimes
Tix to Miss Amanda Turner. O. A.
Cillis N. P. of leinting.
-Mr. L. S. Allen has been al.
>ointed General Passengor Agein t
>f the railroads comprising le
3eaboard Air Lint with headquar
:ors at Porthuniouth, Va.
-A doflghtiml (lance w-as pari
lipated inl last Fri(lay Oveling b)
,ho yonng laios and g'tdin If
this town . -Dospite the inclonit I
,veather tihe attendmee was good.I
Married at Mr. Bonnett Satter
field's on the 25th, by Roy. W. G.
Miauldin, Mr. Lawrence Morck to
Miss. Lizzio Satorfield. At the
samie time and plae and by tihe
sama. John Perry to Miss Maggio
---W. F. Paee gatve ai reun ion o
his family on the 28th inst. The
ocassion wvas one of porlioct enjoy
ment by every memnber, and is oneo
never to ho0 banished fromt mnwry.~
D). F. Paeo [and( famiily of t~
p)lace were nulnabered( among thIi
many, guests on this pleasant
-Capt. A. Blythe of Groni.
ville was in P'ickens Tusa onI
-an inmnportant tresfe renc cel. lIon(.
C. UF. Robinuson being the refe ren
Capt. Blythe ms a memberm of legib
Jaturo and is gettog his volumnifil
tinows law buin~lOSa. in shape, so
that he can be present ait the
opening of the sesioJn.
Wallace--"I did 'ont know you
rode a wvhool."
knickerbockers and a s w.a t er for?'"
"To keep the fool bicycle ridors
from runnin~g over' me. TIhey
imk.I'm one of 'em."
-The Sunday school at Griflin
church celbrated Christmas with a
Chrvistm as treeo. A bor u tifunl pro
gram was rendelr..d and~i thie prms
.onts wvere mniy and beuiifltil.
Tfhis is the largest Sunday schiool
perhaps in the Twelvt M ilo, Assionia
tioni anid its success is duo largely'
to the efforts of its worthy and
faithful Superintendent, Mr. M.
Barton. The Christmas tree will
long be remombered by mniy ch l
d-ren wvho wer thiere. Thov ar
looking forwardi'( to sprinIg innhen
they will hiave a grantd col ubrationet
.of Childrons Day.
-Married, at the residoumce of
the brido's purients, Mr. and( Mrs9.
Richard Hill, in~ Easley on the
~21st December, 1898, Mr. John I .
-T'hornley, JrI., to M ins Bidd is H ill,
~Rev. J. Ri. R iley officiating. Quite
* numbher of the relatives and
friends of thin groom wenit down
onI tlhe trami to witness the core
mon y. The floral dOcoratitions5 were
the p~raise of all pr'tsent, but the
a~ppearance, and the beauty anmd
Tihomasi illI, a b rother oif thli
bride. Corresp-lnd~etsfrom IXti(hatI
towin have said many I- leanit
.1hingsa ablitmt the ocassi, wIeb~l
-:-Married, on \Voduesday the
the 213t Ilt., by Rov. J. M. Stewart
at the residenco Of til bridu's par
orf t, Job, L. Parsons.- to Alitis Nan
nio Murphor. WVaitors: Ri. NM.
Bolding with Mis's, Nissio Parsons.
S T. Wmeliestor with L Mi3s Fiera
omiiuas.----fasi' Week tho Jour
11ado a mlistke inl ho h inaies
eo a, ibove parvties and takes
ilurO ill maling the correction
in this is.io.
It is -commentary on the news
ness of our country and'the rapid.
ity of its growth whon we learn
that Jonathan Norcross, the man
who built the first houso in At
lanita, then call(eid Martilasvi lie,
died in that oily oi the 18th ul,
in tho 9s1 at'yea r of hi 1 ago. H1e
had ived to sua a city of 100,000
inaiitatsj grow up1) whore he
built tha fir.st kou!.o i an old
field, and had so) that saio city
shakoni b~ :ho thuudor of a besieg.
ni' ar-my bulijiNd Lo th(o ground
end ris in from its ;ishes.
A 1" 1\W SUISCRI It.,
"Say, Kornel," ho said, as he
walked ito the At lanta Conlstitu
tioi ednr's okico, and stamped
about d*J pouid8 of muid oi his
bootk aibat tle logs of J1t Mtovo.
"I sortV ihou.h t 1 tako your paper
of yu d do thi ksiimro thing."
"'Why, of cours, wO are ai lways
glad to acmmlhodrte our su b1 Sc i
"WellV hr'si a bituary of Auint
Kaline-li it's jos' t on pagos o fools.
cap, ald won-' mklie mu11ich I roc
Ao' youU :iOnd 10 clpiqes of the
papIt er t o ;.ij !;'.-ul . ,' relaGYiv 1s,
An' next wood my daughter So
rilly is going to get miarriud- I
rel l on yII princ a hu lot about
Of* vonu that's news."
"A ' I'vo e
linlest young" shloo.; youl over hlave
8aYV. .1. witit you l [ colle olit
soeim day an11d writo up hit."
"I shall lbo gla(d to do so.''
"You Iain't got a dozon or two
o1lidmagazIinesi wh ut you's done read
I-laying around lidy hov you?"
''Ye S; hlere's thl..'o e r four."
you.1 th' quat 'l og hi fal
DI) YOC KN OW
That a ima of hot ismid relieves
That w I urt\ wtaar will re
ve de i i ;.
ih el tandls too long
you ini sowing to
lat-irons should be
th boo30waxc a1nd lard.
Thta hot, strong lem~ona~do
ta ken at,1 bedt-tLim w1vill b.toak up~ a
lior sic, odace caused1 by indi
'iinia toiuh maa-t is madluo tendor
by l ying al la.w min]utes ini vmegar
Tihat a' el u hot waterU drun~.k
bef ore ii I2a will rel ieve. nauson0I
Tha Il venilated. bed-rooms
wil prev.:nt 111rnin g head~ach~es
.iui~ lasi uide.
1to all the people of P'ickons~ counity
anld elsewhere, whlo remiem ibered
t18 inl our1 ifiotillo whiici lap
pene~d eni the (1hL of' Novemiber,
189$. Our I d1we'lng and conitents
were ontirolf dlestro)yed by fire
whilo e wO ~~ere a't tindli ng rel igions~
service s, thus t hrow inig 1us upon
the me cy' (of It pelo.l Kind
find.; Ion t a helping hand 1111d
no0w we ato comfl ortal iy arranged
in i no0w dwvolling1. Woe feel that
th e Lor~d u-ill abLund an tly bless all
wiho so k iindly hlped us..
(G. WV. and S. G. Kelley
Will meet on Saturday othe 14lth
inst., at .3 c eikck p. mn. to conisdor'
the fort i' ir puirchiasos for the
Have yourii hland surved, I am11
pepa red v ith firs't claiss4 illstru
menW ~ (o you' a~ firit class job
an - i ( u d m ei en
NOTICE TO0 D)EBTORS AND)
pr. rIp ':iU-ed 0( o I ih under
signed lhe ha4 day of February
.180J0). 'a rties inodebtead to saidl
AQ , p~(%Ilease miake paymeni~t to
Ar~o Von Weak ?
wo4fa nca maifesta itself in the loss of
amiion aml l chi nglji bonie. The blood( is
WO?4'iry ; the tiSiues arie wvait in--the doorW is
b~emga openedl ~ (lisme. A hottle of Blrown'
Ion 11nr taiken in timo will restore your
stren'th., uoothe your nmervenu, maoke your
. inou r a icI .1:11 r... Do .. m r
NOTICE OP L"INALC $ETTL B.
I will apply 1o J. B. Nowbory
Probate Judgo, for leave to make
a fitmi sottlemnont of the ostato of
Mrs. Nancy L. Lathem. docoasod,
onl the 6th day of January, 1899,
anl ask to to dismissod t, Admin
istrator. J. K. Lathom,
The Auditor's offico will bo open
from tho 1st day of Jan. 1899, to
20th d'y of February, 1899, to re
ceive returns for real and personal
property for taxation in Pickonis
county for fiscal year commoncing
Janiuary tho 1st, 1899.
The Auditor or his deputies will
be at the following precinect to ro
ceivo roeurns for said fiscal year.
Calhoun, Monday Jan. 30t.h 1899.
Central, Tuesday and \Vodnos
day, Jan BLst and February 1.t,
Norris Cotton MIlis, Thursday,
Fobruary 2nd, 1899.
Liberty, Friday and Saturday,
leob. 3rd and 4th 1899.
E asloy Monday and Tuesday,
Foh. Gth and 7th, 1898.
Cross Plains Wed nesday, Feb.
I moper'si Storo Thursday Fo). 9th
P1ter's Urcek Friday, Feb. 10th,
PumpkilltowU Saturday, Feb.
Holly Springs Monday, Fob. 18th
Eastatoo Tuosday, Fel 14iIth,
.H in urricane Wodnesday, Fb. 15th,
jix M%11o Thuriisday, Fe). 16th,
Prators Frida y, Feb. 17th, 1899.
ickens, C. 11. balaiuco of the
N. A Ci11R ISTOPHiCER,
Auditor Pickons County.
AT'TEN'1TON ! OLD FOLDIERis.
In accordanlce with the law tho
soveral Tlownship Boards of Pen
sions 1 ill meet, at thoir respective
places of meetinrg on Monday the
16th day (if January, 1899, for tho
purpose of' sidering applti10,
aind the County Examinhing Board
will illet t the Court Iouse onl
Thu da y i ,o 25t.h thereaftor, for
for the purpOseb O sotthug all dis
pulte and coitest.i. Tho law roads
0us: "The everal Townihip
BPoiards .iihall Ieut at Such tile
nd pic mLC: ost coveie befor,
'ho 1st. Mondry in May, 1897, and
0n h :;( \iozday of .January of
each foccedd y nr, for the pulr
p08 Of conisidering applications,
ando witn inl an days thera t ter the
Coun ty Examn i ng Board salld
ment at tho several county sonts to
settlo all dispnitos and con tests"
deec5-t2. Ch'mn Co. Po'n Ilo'd.
Pople'sui~ Advo iat : Ther:o pass
ed froan earth to Hfeaveni on D7eo'
22, 1898, onI the Pickonii sidle ot
the Iin11, neariI 11 ickory Elaut, one of
tie m)os:t god ly womni weoever
know, Mr'5 A innIada Kn.lighlt, the
wife of M1 r. W\. WV. Knight, onle of
the oildors9 of Carimol chuiirch cfor
rInlar' t han forty years. HeIr maid
en name11 Wfl. IRobhin~on, of Scotch
Iish :<trlactiOn, and sh ha bee
a meihn.il r of C~armetl ch urch for
six dy-se'ven years, her li fe' wh ich
wa:lia lo eis one, co'ver1il1ii aperiod
of t)I four Sor (eard. \WJe cannot,
her, for she~ dam31ild us5 jon har
knioos in ouri inftatcy. Shle aliwayas
unpr1)ossod us as one of' God's
ant, 81he was a ch ild of afli ie
tin 03 romi~ her youth , and1( thou gh
fai- L as vi.lm as8 the. o)verlastiig
hill s and she could( alwaysa say, "'I
kno w that imy RodIemor liveth , "t1 ho'
1I( Slay me3 yet wiih I Ii ut, JUim."
tior life wais a beauitifulh life, siml
plo, ser'ono aund peaicefal like a
cle: r, ahining ligh t ''that shines
mor0e and more nto tho pol feet
day. Anid wo feel suro that she
haa comoe to the porfoot day and
that she is among that 1blood wauh
ed throng that "have come up
through tribulation and wiasheod
in the. blood of the L..amb," and
that "God has wiped away allh tea
from) hor eyes." Old Ca rail is
poorer' but haavon is richer by
her proesonoco. We coun11t it as one
of' t. h blessings of our life that she
Was our lifle long frienld andl it is
privdeg1 to pay this tribute to her
mnmo1'y. She was buirie.d at Car
mol theo' !th ult .
resp~onds3 readily to proper fer
Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least 7% actual
IOur bookse are free to farmers.
Notic& is heroby given to all ti
creditors of tho Estato of Casle
W.. Cumm fings, decea'sedj that the
nlIst prov their clainims agaiI
said ostate oil or by th10 18th da,
of Jaoluary, Im)9 beforo iio or I
barrod froi any participaion i
the funds of said ostato.
J. M. Stewart,
I, the County Troasiuror of Picl
ens county will open my boobs fc
the collection of taxos for the fiE
cal year 1898, in ipy;oflico at Pici
ens court house, on the 15th da
of October, 1803, when the follow
ing taXos will be cllected :
State tax, 5 millh
County tax, 3.)
Sinking fund tax, 6 "
Constitutional school tax, 3 '
Special school tax, Dis
trict No. 9, 2
Special echool tax, Dis
trict No. 10, 1
Special school tax, Dis
trict No. 11,
Special school tax, Dis
trict No. 13, 4 4
Spocial sclool, No. '10, 2
Special Rt R. tax, Ilurrican
"t "4 " Pickens', j')
All ablo bodied mon botwOon 2
anld 60years of ago aro liable fo
$1.00 poll tax, OXCI)t old soldier
who are exempt at 50 years of ago
A two dollar comnutation roa<
tax will be collected from all abli
bodied iIn froim 18 to 50, excel)
old 801dio' an'd milistors eupl:l'
All pon0s sendii ioney hi
ban1k chocks or ioiney oidors wil
P1leaso includo 0Xpj)MI's, such a
stamlp onl cheeck, oechanigo, anld al
10c exchange on checks under $25.
15e " " " 50.
20c " " ' $75.
25c " " $IoC
and so on inl propolrtion to amound
of check. Pleas. ltz S1411iu1) sap
each check and cnneil samno "witl
(lay, dato and initials of you:
namo.. Respect fuill V,
J. P. YOUNOGBLOOD,
Anonc siondln a r n i'otel and fret cri j11 on may
quilidy naii-rtnin. free, wh~et horna Invonti pu In
probably patouitaI,. ('eeiquaolctoas sI ricfy
eonlidentil. uldeiL npouweyftter .nr ut onito
lI A.,erlca. Wo hve a I.I on ie*.
iatents tnkva through Vtunuu - co. romys
special notico In tho
yasii thi rr i rei an ot
NHONN' & 00.,
3(11 Briondway. Newv York.
You will find at Nisses McKay'i
the latest styles and1( real worth o
your1 mone1iy in Hatsa, Caps snt~
Fnye~ Goods. A call is solicited
Woe will do our. best to please5.
11 9 MIa'n Streit, Grt eniville, S U.
the market to) sel IH1A TS, and
if you will visit Iur storo)
you will see wher' the
peo'"p all bu y.
They say they don't4 inid to se
cotton at thle pi ce if o2very
body sold1 goodsH as cheap
Our motto, largo sales at sma
profit you save 25 pi'r cent. by bu)~
ing of us. Askc aniy of ouir cust(
moers they will tell you wvhoro to g<
(IENVI LLE, S8: C
115 South Main st reet, Op
posite Stradley & Barr's.
All !c p t wr Zmi ,;a rot &P J .iIiLr MUa
YA BIG LOT OF COOK
M& HEATING STOVES M
N o 7,A DJU!TA NT
'With 20 piie's of No. 7 vare for
.97.00. Christnias, prset,qe..
fel end Ornamental. 8 u i t a ) I e
for all. A iee lot of Jowelry.
All kinhd of Cook Vesseclm, Tin
'are, Taulo wares Porcelain
Chitta and Ul14 waresl. LaRtimIps,
Lanterns, Bihrners. am1i chimiioyii.
Every Piecu Warran(d.
Load and Oil, Fino Paints and
Stai ns for Futi rn itulo. Buggios
and Wagons &uc.
Now is the time to buy. Cotton
Cheap. Goods Choap. Come an1d
soo for. yourself.
Tin Roofing, (uttoring an
W. I. PIgKENS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Liarge drove just in from
Tenssee, ie, young, sound
and at living prices,
We defy competition in our
Inuspection of stock solicit.
Stables and Storehouse
River Sti cet,
GREENVILLE, - - S, C.
m iay1 9-98.
. -10 years' *suIcess* in t South, puroves
ilu gh en'Toic a greast. rentedyv for ChiIlls
:1111 nih M-i Iarial J"'ever*. lBeler t han
Quinmie. (iianuiieedl I *-y it. At Drug.
gist. Goe. a wl *1.00 btl t ies.
mta v1 2u f.
We Wish toTakjo ~
A NE and surround igs cou ti' lib
Happy YEAR nge given a the past year and reapet
solicit a larger trade for the future. Our be W1
oxtended to you for a happy and Prosperous New Year.
ilolger. and Thorr
I am of'oring betwoon now at.d Christm
,The .Biggest Bargaim,
-A N D
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS EVER OFFERED It
W"' I havo a very l.-rge stock on hand and I am
kuc Stceck beforo I tako invontory by January t.
So now is your goldeini chalico. Como anud bo, coivinced; a
trial wont hurt you.
A welcomo to all.
GImEENVILLE, - - - - - - S. 0
Havn't Room for Glothin
So will solI youm $2500 w orth of Ale ii", B3oy's and Childrer/s Suais
and Pants at what they cost me in market.
Look for the Red Miark.
That is the( prieo I will Bull at
Six dlozon Men'sn Stifi' Il[ats worthl $2.60 to $800 ouch-I will geli
them to you at $1 to $2 each. 1 got a bargain when I bought thomn and
now I will give you a bargain. Soft Ia ,at cost prico to close out.
Come and See Us
Innnso stock of Dry Go~ods, Cloaks, CaiposI, Undorwear, Hosiery
Notions and~ Shoos5 juist reco~vedl.
Store is jaumoid fuill of now, up to datto goodsH, all marked at the
lowest cash prico-nd im plamn igures. One price to all.
Earle's Corner. - - - . Greenville, 8. C,
Clothing, Shoes, Flats
When you needl any of the above goods, if you will come
and see us we will interest you, we have put on sale a few lots
of high grade:su its at low grade prices, when you come ask to
A splendlidl line of Over-Coats and Mackintoshes. Our
childlren andl( boys good wVere! never more complete, and is
worth you r attention. Our I [at dlepartment is beyondI conmpe
tition ; our $1 .25 1ILat could be sold for $1.50 and seem cheap,
and all othier grades ini like proportion.
\VVe have searcthedl the "Shoe \vVorld'' over for a shoe t
sell for $3. 50. We have found it in all styles, but one price
Ask to see
Smith & ~Bristovy's
(3,50 Shoe; buy it and you will want no other. A 'l these
lines direct from the best mainufacturers. If you are no u
customfer already, and will look through our stock thisiseasoo
you wvill be, Yours truly,