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Buy your Diamond Dyes from
Miss Maggie Dargan was visi
tgr over in Greenville last week.
Dr*.J, R. Riley filledhis regular
appoinitmeut last Sunday.
9 The best cigar in town for sale
- -'--- byGeW. Earle.
r. and 4rs. E. . Hagood of
Basley were visiting in town last
Cadet Leo Gillespie, of Clemson
College was-home on a visit last
The County Board of Control
held its reguler meeting last Mon
Tho Second South Carolina
regiment has arrived in Savannah
where it will be mustered out
Buy your Drugs the cheapest
and purest from G. W. Earle.
- ~ "J. D. Ross of -Central has re
..---A to mentgomery la., to re
Ils job of rail roading.
and Mrs. S. M. Perry of
'. C. are visiting Tresurer
blood's family this week.
i Cream and Vassiline Cam
[ce for chapped lips and
nanue for sale by G. W. Earle.
'Miss Amber Hunt of Rice's af
tr a short visit among her Pick
en- friends returned home last Fri
The County Alliance will moot
at Pickens Court Hlouse on Satur
day April the 8th. at 3 p. in.
H. T. O'Dell,
Dr. Austin will not be in Pickens
the dates that were announced in
last weeks issue. le is suffering
with a severe attack of rhouma
* tism. -
Married at the rosidenee of the
the bride's father at Liberty Miss
Willie Parsons youngest daught of
W. S. Parson, to Mr. Robt. C.
Robinson all of Liberty S. C. Rev.
W. -. Workman officiating.
I1ev. Robert Mason of Pickens
died at his home in the city of
Grieeville last Wednesd ay in the
Uth. year of his age, and wast
'buried the next day at the old
Pickens Chapel burying ground.
R. G. Gaines and Gssaway
Brothers have just recoived from
Tennessee a fine lot, of saddle and
harness horsea and extra fine lot
of well broke mules. They are for
eale cheap for cash or good papers.
Mr. 1. T. Meares, who recently
moved from Pickens county and
bought the old Perrit farm on
Cane creek near Seneca, was at
the Court House this week. Mr.
Mearos is a valuable acquisition to
Oconee 's ci tenshi p.-Oconee News.
The Treasurer says he is no re
specter of persons, and all who
have not paid their taxes for year
1898, can now settle with Sheriif
McDaniel and bring an ext ra del
far for Treasurers cost of writing
The Covnty Equalizing Bonrd
met in the Auditor's oflmeo Taesda y
* 28th. inst., and completed their
* .jork for this year. Many wer'
- - made happy by getting their
property put back to original as
Rev. K. ?. Matheny editor of
the Southern Baptist will preach
at Ooleny church on Thursday and
Friday night before the first Sun
-day and at eleven o'clock omn Sa t
urday and Sunday. He will use
somne special subject and, a full at
tendance is requested by thn pas-8
tor Rev. A. W.
Editor Journal :-I notico in
your issue of the last JournLl
then Mrs. Sexton had a quilt that
* . had something over sixtoen hun
dred pieces and you asked who
coul dbeat it. I have a quilt that
hAs 'or'ty one thonsand two hun
* ~ dred and nine (41209) pieces in it.
-I now ask who cani bost t.hiat?
Grace EC. McDanill
T. A. Walker formerly of TP. L.
Walker & Blros., is with William
Yagan crtener Main and Coffee St.,
.Greenville S. C., whore he will he
proud to have his old Pickens enis
tonsori and friends call on ibm.
Mr.- Walker is long and favorably
known to the dry goods trado of
this section and we bespeak for'
~him a liberal trade fronm the pub
-lio of Pickens.
RUW FIRM, NEW GOOD)S.
Messrs. J. T. Lathem and D. F'.
Bradley have formed a copartner-.
*ship to do a general Mercantile
* .* business at Ensloy S. C. They
-.'. have a splendid stock of good fresh
goods-none of them counter worn
--and they defy comnpet iti on.
Call and see them (in the L~athiom
Block) and be conlvincMd thatt
hey mean just what they say.
I hereby notify the public not to
trade for two notes given by me
dated about the first of March
1899, for $185,00 each and( duo
15th. July 1999 anid 15th. Se'pt.
1899, respectively, as said notes
son of fond and hopoful parents; ft
ho was one.of nature's young nobl<
men. A nobler boy than ho I ha
nevtr known. le was my frieo
faithful and true, in thosc halcya
days of youth, when ties most Ias
ing are 'formed, ties which neitlh
timo nor change can oecr effia"
But, Ahl his days were numberv
all too soon! Some eight yOars siu
he was called to go beforo his fatle
to "that undiscovered colmtry." A
ter graduation our pathls in lifo (I
verged, but >ve' passed i )t out c
eatch other's mnind. le eluse ued
cino, attonded collego in. a distan,
state, comnplted his Curce, rotur Il
hom1e, and began tIle practiec (
'the healing art." His .ility
of a highi or1dr, and as a physicia
his services were soon in, IeIlalli
But, just as h was atIl to tstand am
gain a clear visioI of a propitious I
urfe, jkust as he was about to attai
the. full fruition of thntt laulablo am1
b)itionl Whiehbhad firedI his life thlm
far, It dea(dly Imlauilidy seizt upoi
him, and none could aay effectively
"Illysicial, h4al thlyself . " It in us
have beon a happy rellnionl %wli(o
father and son struck hands on tL
As a lawyor I knew Col. Hollings
worth by reputation, ratbor tiian )S
association. Others have H)okon of th<
method of his work, and the maunei
of ian ho was, from daily observa
tion. I behold his well rounded ant
symetrical character from afar
Others wero permitte(d to see ti<
quiot and limpid springs from whil
floved the coIstat. current of gen
te in flucce inl his social, professiolna
And businuss life. But it wits uiln
to behold the stream farther from iti
source, to sos the peaceful river flow
ing in its steady course, iIcreasin'
in volume, weight and worth, util a
last it 01mpties into the ocean.
It is an old saying [.ha1t "all mo
think all Menti lllrtal but themselvoi,
and this was doubtless as true U
himl as of any of us today. On tha
afterndon of the sixth (f. Jraiary
when h closed his ofico door, an
walked out, ho, perhaps, litbi
thought it was for the last timo. H
was still in the enjoymnemlt of groa
menc1)tal anid physlical vigor, but th
dread similous cne, and ho cas
not on1o longing(, lingering look bo
1in-1d. HoW inscrutable aIre the way:
of l'rovidence to our finite miinds. I
is not 1our to rec-ason why: we 011
only submIit, knowing that the Judg
of ill the (arth wiXii do right. Whel
receiving the stroLkio of the lihamm31e
on God's anvil, as standi) g It th
brink of theope gral 1:1ve, \Nhonl sulji'ei
ing the pan'.gs o 'iiliLion, we ma
coiml.SIo ousolves that
"Spite of pride, ill e g reas'i's spite,
01ne truth is clear, whatever i, is right.
emkby W. 1F. a
May it pleaso vou r honor: I heartil;
endorse all taint has been said lie
today in memfory of Col. Hollingn
wvor'th, and feel that I cain add( notia
ing more to tihe beautiful tribute
I knew him, I studied laiw with him
practiced law with him, and perhap
did the last work with him that h
ever did. I was in his office his s
afternoon onl earth, discussing an ir
tricato question of law as I often di,
when I hadl suich quesi tions5 to solvt
I have often thbought since how clea
his mind was that afternmoon, search:
ing to the very riot of theO qulestiol
ill issue-wishming to know thne reaso;
pro anld con of overy phtase of th
mratter, sholwin g the thorough train
in~g that his mind)1 hadit unider..,one
anid [an interlect that belonged to Lb
successful lawyer. Again in Lh
evenling, a1 fo w hours later, sittLinng b;
his lire side ini his own l.ome, inl thIe
famnily oircle, that circle which he si
muuh loved, there in social converi
tionl after the day's wvork was done
without a note ol warninig death lai<
low the mlind that, was strong aml
clear but a fewv hours before- a bod
that seemod~t to ho in peirfet healkt
Often have I thIoug1ht kninig as
did him, tha~it suich a (death waspr
forable to him, lie seo<-med not
fear deanth but1 I have~ alwy thVSLlouiglt
that it was hins wish that, he shool
die inl harness als it were, at his wvorl
His body and mlind~ disliked iniactiv
A notheU p)rominenit Itrait of hi
alharnctet- wuas tilo Lhorouighnesi wit
wich ho di'i hisiu work, which wai
p~erha:ps tho key-note or his suc'ces
ffis legal pap Iers 'vere aliway s in pei
feet form, it had a mlost becomio a
&very-day saying~ '"if Col. Holling
worth uro y up th1.so ppers, the
are dono11 corroIly." No fear wia
ever eni trtained as to thleir inauccur~ei
[a him I lave lost a frienid, th
I 'iekens~ Bar in him has lost a frieml
andl Ihle wasIi one Wna t ruofl t t10o hi
frieslts in every sense0 of thle word.
D~eathi is mysteioius, whaiti
mioians wo know not. Thii benyoml
is shiroudied in darkness. M on her
below spend1 thiir years in tra1inini
that. Giod-given fa: ilty, the mind10
how to reasonl and thm ~k oorrectly
a11nd Lihere is stored in) thiat mind1( riel
treaisuirs oIf thioughlt, work of lon;
years of sintdy, thei nou n rhejoices il
theo strenlgh of that mlindt and whil
ho is just ablo, it. seuinls, to enjoy thi
fruits of his labor, (teath in anl it
tant sweeps away thait whichi too)
years of pat ient toil and aind unlcoan
inig work L to aCliuulato. Stur.1
there is heond a hauveni where indl
and souls hko( ti., I hat have ulpon
thir lives in doing thleir (luty no
Cinjoy then fruits of thair hi:trd labo1
It was 4 pleasure( for him to wari
andi I shlieve t he 011e whom we es
paying tribute t. to) day, realised
the highost <degree thlat lire wag nt
to b)o1wasted in idio draamis, that t&
groot God who ima'o hbra had a pn1
>o in iw. lHe roabized it, h
ihlled that purpolso. jifo to lhi
was no idle drna i, hitl a solem
realit~y Ila foun-t out his i ask, stooI
h in wm-rk is dion
coased member of your bay., entlo.
Ien, is beautiful .and I heartily en.
>r dor-ic all you have so well said. I
-have kn~own Col. H1ollingsworth ever.
e sinceo mfyl' elevation to the beich and
1, After watching his course at the bar
n have'no licsitation in saying that tie
t- was a true and worthy rnemi-er of
r our )ofession. le belonged to the
. old school of South Carolina lawyers
who are sio rapidly disappearing from
o auimongst ti. An ominent writer has
r. gaid that- the profession of the law is
r. scarcely lower than .the ministry. I
i. endoiMe WA senthseit. It in true
>f t aw worthiy memnbes dp oeoGasion.
i-ally mtr oin- rank, bus tho soon
t disappear; wed their killuene is lost
i Jist as 4o" se their methods are
t kiown. Out profgion has obbained
its high eidtard By reaso of the
fact that its lading membaer are
gentlemen and men of honer. Let
us all learn a useful lpsson frow
the lire and character of the dceased
ieimiber of your bar, of whorn I have
heard so many beautiful words said
today by those who know him beskt
and whose testimony is of the high
st valuo Let the resolutions be
adopted by the cturt and be spread
upon a blank page of the joarnal of
the cort decated to the meosory of
the deceased, and as a further mark
of respest lot court now adjourn.
Rompt-ks by B. A. Morgan.
MAy it pleaso your honor: I was
not awaro that those services were
now to be held. I must take advant
age of the opportunity, however, to
add one mo0re bud to the memory's
wreath of flowers. That which I
bring, when contrasted with whut
has been so beautifully expressed,
fails t.o "blend in beauteous tints the
colored mass," but as truly speaks
the sentiments of my heart as would
a wroath of immnortelles.
A few short weeks ago the morn
ing sun arose from its purplo couch
and found Col. Hiollingsworth in the
prio of his manhood, in the vigor ol
his health,and, as it slowly climbed the
r eastern sk to its zenith, through the
L hours as they sped away, Col. Rol.
, lingsrworth -was found at his post of
I duty. Tho day wore on and drawing
I near the evening shadows were. He
hind the vestern hills the sun began
to sink and fall away, casting long
shafts of purple and of rcarlet against
1 the mear by mountain sides. Ho left
his offico then. A few short hours
3 and it was night. Then it was death.
t Not iniany yenrs ago and I had not
I known hiii, neither had I s6en with
in the walls of a cou It of justice. I
was but a by th len. With my father
t I come th old court house stand
c ing out there ono day, and together
we liibcd the cluated seats to be
r oolare may lit in.ight into the
rkiings of the law. Ilow well do 1
riieember sceing Col. llollingsworth
n I his associates, both of whom now
too, are dead, battling for the rights
of their clicots. I did not know it
theu, but the course of years were to
a: d did bring me l.ithe', and at that
-same bar it has been my pleasing
privilege to join him in battling for
the rights of our clionts. That my
name has been joined with his in the
e practieo of law is an honor that I
claim. I have practiced with him as
my associate and have reaped the
b lenefit of his wvise counsel and advice
1. have practiced with him as my op.
ponen anud felt the sirong and manly
light lie made.
a While I am but a visiting member
ofthis ba, this is my native county
anid its every term of court it has
been my privilege and miy duty to at
ted h adjournment of this ternm
oftc.>urt---how sadly straunge to
that of the last! T1hie last case then
hieard stas one in which he was en
gaged. That case was not concluded
and st ands here today to be deter
mined yet. But one of the counsel is
I have said that the day preceding
h ls dtht was a busy one and from
what has buen sa(id bore todiay, I may
add that eveu in the hour of his fataml
attac wa~'s he husy, toilhng to the
la.- Gmone he soon muust be and I
a ncy tha t as ho felt himiself sinking
SnIt) eternLal rest and looking into
d that mysteriouis sphere beyond the
stars, he caught a glimpse of the
w~hite anigol of peaico as sho left her
hecav enly hiomo, andI as she spread
her br-oad :ugis o'er his depart ini
hi spiriit, miethinaks his ho-rrt, beating
out lifes lingering spark, timiod its
strok(o to the rythmi of that dsweet re
"li nu wearyt and tu iin overwroulght withb
y L-iy thuy sot handl upon my bl ow an I
A maR n ever geotssodprtoha
he das not care0 lhowcough moda iuo
C;hauri aible -The woman who (o0(8
n iot pu11t her thoughts of other w~omen
,' I the patronis of Pallistinio
school isrtrict No. 20. Yo arl te)
all requoitsted~o to mee"t at the school
hou-so on Saturdaiy 1-st. day of
A pi189at 2 p. im.- husiness of
imporancoto attend to.
1B. 1). MAutmsN,
C, B. T.
* Tlhe Union ineeting~ for the Bret
i l)istricet 12 Mila River Baptist As
s ociation will moot with the Oole
noy Baptist church on Friday
night ho ftre the 5th. Sunday in
SA piiI 1s9', an d conitinute in cl udi ng
Sunday. '1 he chinrches w ill plerse
senid full dolsgaition. All the
patr and mioisters are expected
to ho pr-es#3it. The program will
be anniounicd later. Dr. TV. M.
l'ailay is oxpected to be with the
11nion and1( other visiting brethren
ar% exp)ctedt to be~ with tin on that
occasion . J. M. S-rrwAnT.
STATE OF SOUTHi CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKiENs.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
J. H Simmons,
A. M. Simmons.
In pursuance of a judgtmon t o
formclosuro made by lion ). A
Townsend, on 7th. M arch 1899,
and filed in the Clork's oflice. I.
will soll to the highest bidder on
saleday in Aprl 1899, at Piukons C.
H. during th, legal hours- for sale ,
the following doscrilod real
estato to wit:
All that pieco parco-l or tract of
land situato in the comiaty a d
State aforosmid, on branicl wabters
of Oolonoy river bounded hv land s
of Bettie Simmons, W. HI. iigden.
Allen K. Edens and others. CoI
taining one hundrod and fort,
four j (144) acres more ( r le.s
terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
stampe, and recording.
J. M. S'rEWA'r.
Clork of Court.
Notice to Debtors a., d Cred
Persons liaving claims against
the estate of Iteury S. Couch do
consed will ploase prseut thu santo
proporly attested to the i udarsign
od by the ISt. 4I1y of My l1.
Those indohted to said stla to plaso
make paymniot to
J.l11. Srr n.
March 10 1809. E xecu ti r.
um mons forRelief.
'Ilhc State or 'outh i (: i < u -i
counl oi f Pi hken'g . Im Ph -
T. G. Boggs, ats exclnt'lr of i. will .;f
E'. 1. W illard- dreenst l. Plai I;nt-i .
Mary P. Wilhard, W. 0. il
li exectitwfs 4a) the wi.l ,f E E. \\-ii , d
decased, 1 10d il h i cs!wn aiaht, 1-:m .
aaoiaw i, ait lages, ,1i11li.. lt a ''.
A. McClanahan, N3 . . .lenninci s, Ella' .
Cravy, Z. A. WLong-E ie \\'all. .l. C. \\
ad I I , P. C. W i . IhIr Ian d . i. \i I Ilh
SU .1oNS FlR iEW!ERP.
(Pninf s phiat s ived.)
To the Defendlih;-. ab ove niameiil:
Yiattr 11e re siintu ma anit ii i Iiw
oanrswer the c lzaiAiiit inh this acii i
Which a Copy is herewith) served ulpon von,.
11m-. to Serve at copy (if yourl am w ervl tm'sahl
c, ano t hao te fQhs ribers hi their ihc e
ait Pickens . C. H . S. C., withini twent
days after IIhe- Service ieireof, ex la .s
tle diay of ich service, la nd if yuI fail to
answer the compl in t within w h ti.
aforesaild, the phiinsiff inl III- a i .t .1 1
apply to the ('onrt for the relief denI.dedI'1
n o 1he 1 \ complinit.
Dated Jan. 40 .\, 1). 1sto.
J. Mi . Cer,(. C. 1'. . m ]
Morgaa&w lsi-km- P.akin (iff. All-r
T o h or i- de . illrvI Te I
teil) Gary, Eswie W ll, -1. rt -,a iid , oI
\Villard, E. M1. W ilbmrd. P mpijniit itn w
t tha th do u ad firt n ln. c ht
nction wils 11l14d ill the 411114-4., j
of i .t ( r i'" f C.,-own (1n p l .i ,.:;
o Iy and Stat I-1 n sai Io I s at
Morga& Ylad in e m.', 10:80
Have you landsurv It a n:.
prepared wih *oi . claras ir
Alexnd'r S. C.,or youca ihn.
abot LSOTTS PARLSON.
it Adat ppo dntmells.
tus. Itnday codelver il, the3
purstandth Picest in the m
wrda buthad so p.ta
ble tha aMlostm everybody
cantak i".Tw early~o all m
ildrn ik it ndH as forMa
mo"re br. p m
look like cramvague noion
isthes ith asde body oft
ithe baby chil ad smel ad
abe ts thr creamlsiv ay
othrs food the estne t
bwarsd abut made sam palaa
hae thad amos exerience
cildre find tht thind a fact
~lok addtika vaeam; it becur
ishesoe the astedVod ystef
taiont thrc1 emtson thatol
with . other so-c.alte "rust as
.WHOIESALE AND WTAIL
Large drove just in from
Tennessee, file, young, sound
and at living prices.
We dely competition in Our
Inspection of stock solicit.
Stables and Storehouse
G E ENVILLE, - - C.
Beautiful line of spring sailorS,
and wvalking hats just in.
Missi Rogers is now ini New
York ,selec ting thi summer styles
Come and see the two hand
some paintings we are going to
givo you a chanice to get.
GREENVIL LE, S. C
115 South Main street, Op.
polsiin Stradley & Bairr',
You will find at N isson McKay's
he latOest st yles and) roal wor'th of
our mnIey in Ihnts, Caps and
ancy Goods8. A call is soicited.
Wo will do our host to pleaise.
119 iain .'tre -,. oreenv lie, S U
PLANT LIFE~, to be vig.
Po0rous and healthy, must
Phosphoric Acid and Nitrogn.
These essential elements are
to plants, what brpgd, meatand
erater are to mar,
Crops flourish on sofl~le
supplied with Potash.
Our pamphlets tell how to iM
httUsers, and are free to all,
a imnIA nAU Wat9
We Have the largest line t
Shoes we ever carried. Ia Men*;
and VVonent's coarse shoes,'thei
Battle Ax is the, best on eart
ror the money.
Folger and Thornley,
PickM, South Carolina.
Igm ffrig helON'0 n1ow and Chr1istma'
The Biggest Bargains Ia
-A N )
IENTS FURNISHING GOODSIEVER OFFERED IN EagRM pM
?W I havo a vory largo stock on hand andli am deteralmed to 4
luco Stock beforo I tako inventory by January let.
So now is your goldoni chan1lico. Coio ald be convined I
rial wont hurt you.
A wolcoume to all.
GRECENVILLE1,- - - - - - 6. 6
And 00 many sh~ort'1engths in Dress Goods whfehk y2il
sold ery low prnce.
mako room for my spring.'.'took ;';wieh wl
My shoe stockisawayscopete and-at lowe~prieo.
"R EMEMBER TiHIIE NA ME"
i A N I) P'LA CE.
West End Greenville, s. *
--WE WANT EVER~Y LADY.
In Pickens to visit 0our store th~ ~is sprn. It is necessary3 for you to e,
our goodls in order to alpprec'(iate (ouri prices. Word painting arid fit
phrases4 dlon t seli goods for us.
OUR LARGE STOCK
lioughit with spot cashi drawvs the people to our store and our up-to-da
styles and our. low cash prices sells the goodis.
Weo point with prideo to this departm t tent. No whore els~e is there to I
found such a malgificent collection of all that is new and styhsh iri plai
andl fancy Dress Goods. We have' in black( and coloredl Dress Goods a
the newI things in Serges, 1Popli is, Epinuglinejs Whip Cords, Silk ar
wool Crepons, 1 'agonals, Jacquiardls, fanicy Mohiairs, Granite Clot)
Sicilins, plP in 1 figuiredl Irillian line.
T RIM MINGS,
Our lhne u and Linsel Gimnps, Braids, Ribbons, LacGs, Emnbroid
ries and every't i iln the trimming line af theo very lowest cash prices.
We will mank e this our3 pot, dlepartament and1 it is Inst gaiin~lg popuhlrit
10 p~iCee 27 inch India and China Silkes, all colors, at 50 oents.'
20 pieces Plaid and Stripe Novelty Walist Bilks in all how color con
biniations at 85 and 98 cent.
20 pieces fancy Jaicquarid Taffetas, all newv, at 98 cents.
30 piece plain andI~ changeable Tafleta, extra quality and newest tints
only 75 and 85 cents.
10 pieces fancy Swivel Figured Taffeta, worth $1.00, for '79 cents.
2 pieces Silk and Linen Batiste, looks as well as a 50 cents Silk, oni
Our lirne Black Silks at 50, 56, 70 and 98 cents cannot be raatched 11
thin town. We men that.
icari'a (lrone -- - .. . rz.4,,,,;ig a