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The next : session- o.- We0 bouth
Carolina legislature is rapidly ap
proaching and tho members 'her'of
are gotting their bils in shape for
consideration. A great many of
these bills will dio in the commit
too rouny, seio will cease to exist
before the General Assembly ad
journs aid a few will become law.
Each meimber feels th at he in ust do
siomething for his constit3ecy, and
hence the multitude of bills that
go Upon tho calendar. Too much
is expected of tho members by the
the )'opl. and in tho effort to
moQeL ta.at. )xpectation, much val
uable timo is squandered in the
introductionl and Conisideration of
unimportant bills. Yet the mom
bor1s have gwat responsibility upon
them which0 ima)y peoplo) never
seem to appreciate. Often the
voters appe-ar to concern themsel
vos more a1bout, the Selection of
ien for all the offices than they do
for suitablk members to make
Inl a Sei.So thv h lvogat ion inl fho legis
ltiro is the guardian of the coun..
ty's intir As. No utter of taxa
tiol enl I in: posed upon tho poo
ple, unti! it has, been passed upon
by the delegations in the legisla
tire. Often great cred it is given
to county heards lor rdfurm in
unity :ihin iistration, when tihe
delegatinII inl tho legislature is en
tiled t Inom. b, The members of
the legin atuin have tho opportil
nity to sitdy and learn the condli
tion of county affairs and are in a
positioni to (lt'et and correct any
misimnagmen or extravaganco.
in the ahiinistration of the samo.
*Thiey hold high, hionorablo and re
sponsible h1hc's in public liifo, and
the p11i141 hay' a right to expect
their V'st service, but whon that is
renidered the people should be sat
Pria'identM-Kiulev has finishied
his noil.SMsage and1 .n i L to' the Sen
iii and .1(louse of Rleitntatives
thie United1 StLab1. It ispu.
hed in TIin; .Iorul \ this week
Ld every (en0 ui he( wishei can read
i is cutmryiinesae
pushtea praidon ma1 ts)age
STin.: Jorn i l.will be no ex
itioni to I t ruttle. Tin.:i Jo U tNAl
tor has fi led the messaige for fu
ro reference and1( will read it som11
these days, if ho ever has t imo
esidnt MKinley isi paid to pre'
iro such d ocumieints, and oil
:'iso wvho aro paid for' that pm1
eo over rea I liemi. In ever
printing (fliee t wo inmdiv idu als roa
the lpresidlent's message, buit the'
do it uder pirot'st andl a fear e
losing their jlbs; to-wit, the prin1
ter who pluaei it ini typo and tl:
Pr -ieto Meily has beei
calle upon to tre~at niew sub1 ject
.in h i esage and has (1no1i
with credit to htinuself, evoen if I
"M"" (an n11ted ,imai the nOiibhlatioI
Lmy muuno mou ....... -.,an
the equal power of eovory dollar a
amll times in thle markot and in th
paymeInt of all dlebts."'
ie donouinces trusts andl says tha
combinationg of capital organizo<
into trtists to control the conditiol
of trade among our citizens, to sti
flo competitioin, limit prodtiction
determine the p~ricos of pr'odulct
11edrnd consutmod b~y the people
priovok ing pub11 licicus
iould( early claiim tho at
Great stross is 1laid on the re.
tention of thme Phillipplnes. H(
says. .that Cuba and Porto Ric<
must have stable governents.
, He no0w repeCats What lie said iin
Jisiiaugurid address of March 4
180'7, i'n 'referenco to lynching
''The constitutional authorities
shdtitd be cheerfully uphold.
Lynchi:ist.i1&ent be tolerated in a
groat'i dcivi lized' obuntry like the
Unitqd Stat'os. Courts, not mob,
ni\ust execute the penalties of thme
laws'he preservation of public
order, the right of discussion, the
Sntegrity of courts, and the order
iy9jinistrationl of inittic6 must
* 'or Ll'o rock of safety
-A UA dt
the court house.
The following is the program for
the next meeting which is to be
held at Cross Roads Baptist church
on the second Saturday in Febru
Miss Janie Ferguson will furnish
music for the oocnsion.
Opening address, W. W F. Bright.
Most useful line of study for
boys and girls, Prof. Wyer.
Duties of trustees and patrons to
teacher and school, Prof. Folk.
Relation of common schools to
high schools and colleges, Prof.
Sohool honso furnishings, Mrs.
Tho box plan in teaching history
and its rolativo iIlportanco of his
,ory in the curriculum of our
schools, Prof. Ilallum.
Local history of Pickens county,
Dr. W. T. Field.
School ontertainments, Prof.
Why do parents send their chil
dren to school? Is it not for ad
vancelment? If so, and they do
not advance is not the paront dis
appointed and the child discour
aged? You w ill be blamed brother
tenehor-aro you guilty? You
hold a cortificate that certifies that
you answered so many pr cents. on
certain branchos required to bo
taught in school. Would you em
ploy a lawyer or a physician who
had no books relatmng to his busi
iess? How many books do you
own, road and study relating to the
seience and art of school manage
ment? How many educational
journals do you take? How many
want fifty dollars per month who
are only getting twenty-five? There
has been, and thero will bo, plenty
of places for bottor teachors in this
county. If you expect those places
you must proparo yourself tor
Let us suggest that you become
a good teacher by reading and
studying your own calling. GOt
all the books your spare change
will allow, relating to the scionce
and art of teaching. Road them
study themn, and talk with your 101.
low teacher, and get his ideas er
the subjects you doubt. Subscribi
for and road seome good educationa
journal. Attend your county as
sociations untd if you don't agre<
with all that is said-get up an<
ask questions-ox press your doubt,
Be a teacher, a good one. Learn
howv to un fold the moral and ini
tePllectual minds of children. Skil
observation and thought aro re
-quirod *to do this work. It is no
hearing lessonsB, nor keoping schoc
either. It is higher. It is th
causing~ of the pupils minid to grow
expand, to think, to see, to know
TFribute of IRespec..
WVe, the members of Mountaii
Grov lOOchurch , realizing the faith
s fuil anld competent service of ou
t beloved Pastor Rev. TI. C IHolsclaw
a hereby tender our hearty and~ sin
core thanks for saidl work and oul
-prayors to Almighty Glod that his
-loving kindness may at tend hun:
I wherever lie goes, Tlherofore be ii
y 1st. T1hat the thantks of Moun
I tain U rovo chu rch are duo and are
~hereby tend~ered to him for hiis
faithful labor whi ioI he wats wit h us.
3 2d.'lThat the prayers of this
clinch and commity should fol
,low him n wherever ho goes.
hd. That we can recommend him
as a faitf'il and comp~etent minis
ter of the Gospel.
Baptist Courier please copy.
T1he next Union meeting of the
first dlivision of the Twelve Mih
Association will ho held 'with Se.
con~a, commencing Friday before
the 5th Sunday in December. The
following is the program:
IIntroductory sermon Friday ai
11o'clock by Rev. J. TV. Lewis
Missionary sermon Sunday by Rev
T. F. Nelson.
1st. What is the duty of the
churches as to pastoral support
and what is the pastor's duty tc
the church? By 0. M. Lynch,
2d. When should apJplicants for
membership be received into a
church? By Mw. Hendricks.
hid. What is the need of Mission.
ary work in the bounds of this as
sociation? By Rev. M. L. Jones.
4th. What is Salvation? By Rev.
J. M. Stewart.
5th. What is the meaning of
Luke 3d chapter last part of 10th
verse, and kindred passages? By
13. HI. Williams,
6th, Sabbath obqoenanoe, 13y
W. P. Wyer.
-Pro= Cteena ..4ofleke.
It is the intention of'the colle
authoitieq to give only one or t,
days holiday Obristmas and ha
a continuqp sessio.
Mr. 1Ad ama,' a well knom
photogrpher, haalbeon here durii
the past week taking pictures.
Mr..Waldin, a popular diale
imitator, lectured in the chapel c
Saturday night inst. He had
large and attent:i audienco whic
showed its appreolation by.repoat<
Tbe three literary societies
the collage are doing some goc
hard work this year. It will I
remembered that- last year Clenso
won the champiouship of the sout
in oratory, being represented in th
Southern Inter-Collagiate Orator:
cal contest'by Mr. W. L. Moise. I
is hoped that we may be able t
maintain our stand this year
though Clomson does not claim t
be essentially a literary college.
Miss Angel Blue, a popular younj
lady of'St. Louis, has been visitinl
at the home of Prof. Wm. Boohm
for the past threo wooks.
Miss Smith, of California, is via
iting at tho home of Mr. Danio
Ravonol who lives ntar the collogo
Prof. Wm1. S. Morrison was in.
vited t- deliYer an address at Or
angeburg on Tuesday night th(
5th inst. Judging from reports, I)
was highliy coinlp i mented.
Prof. S. Sh ivcr, Who ha.s hoer
for somo tiio at a Philadelphia
hospital, under-going nervous treat.
ment, is reporteA as improving
This dolightful woather is very
conducive to study anld Clemsor
boys are putting in somo goo(
hard licks along that linto. Whoi
a days work is dono, the cadet wh
can lie down with a consciousnes,
of duty rightly performed, may b
well mured of sweet sloep.
D~ec. 9, 18i9.- (1,. o. .)
Ed LorA Eure.
Sealed bids will bi reciv fo
position of editor and husin es
mianager of' Tim, l.:oIu.:'s JOLRNA
until December 16th, 1899, for th
year 1900. Parties desiring the pc
bition will please send their bids i
at once to the secretary of board c
directors, or weet them at Picker
December 16th, 1899. Board wi
reserve the right to reject any (
all bids. For further informatioi
address John T. Boggs, Socretar
Board Directors, Liberty, S. C.
Tho tax books will be open
Pickens, court house, on Octob
16th 1899, and romain opeln unt
December 81st 1899, for the cc
lection of tho following taxes:
Stato tax, - - 5 Mill
Constitutional school tax, 3
Ordinary county tx, - 4
Retiring RI. Rt. Bonds, -- 5U4
Special school tax, (list. 9, 2
*~ " 10, 14 "
44 44 ~ 4 13, 4 4
" R R tax Hurricane tp,3}4 "
1 "~ " Pickens c h tpj, 8 *
- " " " Eastatoc tp1, 84 "
Poll tax from 21 to 60 years o
Road tax, one dollar.
Persons sendling tax money
' mail must include exchange, v
- and postage stamps, otherwise I
,receipts will not be mailed.
- Respectfl ly,
tJ. T. YOUJNG HLOOD,
Pickens, S. C
o Sop. 21, 1899.tjI.
Wei iiffe4r One4 Jnnellllla i1:rs ilsew
for ) any 4 (aeif Catarrhiii I hat1 canoti4 hie eni
I ., ) I I i GNt l'Yt 0. , 'r. sToel
IChetney for the la1;s. 15 years, andi hieu
. hitu pierfectISly honorableiq ini al' huinj4
transue4t ion si t fi nania, i v? ableto er i
out, any3 uiblig..t ionls tnacle h) I lieir firuti.
West4 & Trna x, *whoitlesahI' )rni.is ,
h'olo, 0., Waing~ii, Kinnan .V Mlarv
ait ing, directy uponJ~i1 thei loo mit 10 mnten,
itkrfaces. of t h1'.eisterni. P ritie 75'.. per bi
AS W E
Christmas is comling and1( 1
have a lot of Xmas trix and oth
goods that we must got oil' befo
and during the holhdays.
You can still have your pon.
pies5. We can sell you cannod pc
ches at proert wholesale pric
and still make a nice profit.,
contracted for them before the ris
'We are going out of the Clo
businoess. We. still have a fow
those over reliable eight day cloc
that you can get at almost yo
own price. We haven't the spa
to quote prices here, but we ha
specials all along the line.
Try Capitola, it's a splendidp
wheat flour. dp
Try us, if we can't savo y<
money we don 't ask you to buy.
FREEMAN & HENDRIOK!
Plokens, 6. 0.
decided to go out of busincss, will scll my entir
eO I*T 0*ti0n8
r FIRSf COST.
--) -- -o--- --
rare chance you cannot afford to miss,
ertismien t is not to deceive the public.
a uake a
Of everything in my stoic. Come at once and get you
share of the I arain:; .
C 4. ]P . "77.LVA.1iTn
616 Peuidleton Sitet,----Greonvillo, S. C.
F"RE W ORK S
We have hoIht a l(a .f Fire Works in order that the boys may have "Soi
Fun" durn g the oliday -, and the p-ice;4 are so low that the smallest boy with ti
Y s lllllie.st pocket book may1. Shoot to his sati-faction. Gr.id display aid Balloc
ascen-ionu in front of our store Cu rist in s night. Look for it.
ftYDon't forget that we are The Leaders fot Drugs. Try the ever reliab
G;rip Capsule for (rip an I Oobi s. I your ii cihp and your skin is rough, u!
at Bolt & 'ihornivy's 1iveerine .11lly. 1t'8 :1 good thing. If you are troubled with
3r cough you w-I do well to try White 1ine Compoind Call Gin uis for anythin.I
the Drug ! ine.
Wo sell the best
5 and 10 Cent Cigars.
If you wait a Goo(l (.hww Wcan sWeC3 piy 3 oil.
Ur uei of Fine Call I*es e.ni't h)(,. exetlled, an31.1 it's FRE SFY,
YOUrS ver'y truly,
Freotman Block. Pickons, S, C.
WVe have opened up a Poultry Business in Charleston, S
Xe C., and we arc now prepared to handle all the Poultry ani
Eggos in the country, at a good1 pice. Bring themn on.
We have on handi a n ice line of Eight-Day, half-lhou
strike, CLOCKS at Low Iiucs.
F'or F"irewor)ics, (come to see us, also Candies, Oranges
SLemUons, &c., give us8 a tial before you buy1 .
oc(5 09ehet w. P'ickens, S. C.
Masonmic i lall liui!lding,
- E.Jun~ Recived1 a Toni of Whoat Bran. Come and got som
rbefCoro it is aill sold.
..Shoes and hosiery .
We havo opened a full and comn
p)l0te line of
1:7 and aro Hlendruarte for Shoe
re that311 fit anid wear well. Evorythii
- c . new, no( (31( stock, All good
ii ' ~~3 h ougli I from manu facturors and a
sLowest Cash Prices.
We can savo you) money on any
Ic thing in our imo.
...8iOive na a look before buy
8 * nhu. All goods guaranted,g
eSolo agents9 for Krippeandor( & Dittman's
GPSpecial attentlion given to mail orders.
' PRIDE & PATTON,
100 Main Street, .4 , , ,- Groonyilli, B, C,
BGi-Next rioor to Lipscomibo & Russoel,
I always make big preparations
for Christmas. Thie year more
than ever. I can supply you with
apples, oranges, lemons, (at 10tc a
dozen,) raisins, figs, nuts, candies,
grapes and in fact most anything
you can think of to eat.
Powder, shot, caps, shellsh shot
guns to shoot 'em with.
Dolls, wagons, vases, cups, sau
cors, mugs, bowls, albums, silk
and plain handkerchiefs, air guns,
toy pistols and horns to make a
Big and little rocking chairs for
grandaddy and the baby. Ele
gant rugs for everybody. Some
very fine goat and velvet rugs. To
soo one of these elegant rugs is to
want one. Nothing nicer for a
I bought a whole lot of furniture
at auction, mostly bedsteads and
bureaus. It's bran now stuff and
if you need auything of this ki-ad,
I can certainly save you money.
Do you want a good stove to
cook your Christmas tutkly on.
Come and get it.
It's early to talk about turn
plows, but I have some that will
do the work. Take one home with
you and have it ready.
Come along and get up your
Christmas tria, the goods and pri
ces will keep you smiling the bal
ance of this century.
Yours for a good time,
PT. D. Harris.
Bi B. CUNBYl.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
Ceiling, and Weatherboard
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds. Leather and
With all kinds of
.ENGINE AND PIPE FIT TINUS.
Also Engine and Cylaier Ol St
-Linseed Oil, Woth. Raw and
Boiled for painting, bhd White
Lead of Best 4uality.
I' Give us a trial before bnyig
B. E. ORAN DY,
Pickens S. C.
'Oflic& and Warehouse near De
Dressed and matehmed lri
Btraded anid miatche41,l~
%4 , i nIssprxte
Boexing Dase, plads iTd l, Drese
S 1% x 12 8. [4umb", s16 r Ia fe
i ne ards dtr....d 2....d 2 .. esse,
610 per M. f4.
Mouldings, 104 per C. ft., for each
inch in width.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Glss, ?at4~
Painte, Stains, Varnishe., eoi.
Lath., Lime Plasteriag, Hair, lias
ter Paris, Nails.
Oower & Speights,
Oflice and Warehouse 107 Laureus
Coal and Wood Yard and Lumnee
Lumber Sheds, C. & W. C. R. .,,
corner Broad and Ga. streets,
Greenville, S. C.
PA Mfh? Si Mes
5 -eses ms
R?. J. &YNXISWOnTE, 0. E RODNeoN
L. W. PAuxua, Pickens, 8.
Greenville, 8. 0.
Piekens 0. H., . . outh Carolina
Practice in all COurts. Attend to all
business promptly t.
13"w'Monev to lan.
B. A. MORGA1N, '. P. IBLASSINdAfEt
Greenvill, H. C. I'ickens. S. 0.
Morgan & Blassingame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pickens, O. I,, 8.0.
lreette li all the eOurtu.
"R. ODfERT KIRKSEY
4-1 Physlcian and 6urveon,
O1ee at Ie resideace at the Kirley
home plaee, on T% elvo Mile Ilvor.
March 8. 1894
J C. FITZGERAL), Piu1TOGRA.
pher, Oreetiville, 8. C. Olice over
Addison's Drug Store.
All work guaranteed to give sa-tisfac.
Loo.kZ A " ilitea in Tiaia.
Saves ilil. Inilglies' Tonic (nlew fin
rroved, taste pleasnaInliakenl i eni y
spring inid Fall prevents Chillk, Delq .o
andi Maitarinl 1'ever. Aes on t he liver
tolespti the systein. Better thu , Q I i ui
nine. Gnitaran(ced, try it. At Drng:.
gitds. 50C. and $1.00 botlib:s'.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE
the firm of NorwoodI & Noi wood, Dell.
tsts, nini1t be sI 'vd Iy N (,v. 1s:, 18199)
As the taid bin:Is being *--closed lip.
All accomni not jxn!d hv ilhat date will
be placed iI the lnids 'of out attorney
for collection, Very' resilee fill I y,
W. M NORWOOD.
Money to Loan.
On improved farin lands i i aunsm of $300
and upwards. Joanti repaq able In smnall
annualpa yments through i period of fivo
years, t uti enabling tie borrower to ity
off his indebtedness withotio exhausting his
crop in any one year. Apply to
J. E. Boggs, Attorney,
oct? 98 yl. 1>ekens, S.'C.
seven acres of iltne kl2(, in splenrid
COnitlin, Wiliti tel iteiiitCS Walk of th0
court iouse. A batirgiiii to anyone wki.
Ing to locate hen. Stititable for lots for
Iillding pturposes. 'eim s reasonable.
Pply to Frink E. Cox,
asultf. Pickens 8.
Have your land surved, I amf
prepared with first class instru
ients to do you a first class job,
md can be found at ti7y resi(donco,
Alexander, S. C. or reached by
All persons aro hereby warned
not to hunt, fish or in any way
trespass upon our land in Liberty
Township. Any violator' of th~
law In this respect will be prosecu
ted to the fullst extent.
John E. Boggs4,
C. L. Boggs.
M. W, Goodlett,
Manufacturer of Leather,
Harness, Haltr rs and~ Bridles,
and all kinds of harness madec
Highest cash price~ paid for
Hides, Furs, B.:cswax and
109 Main Streef,
119 Main Street, Greenville, S O
We have just opened anid will
have constanitly on hand during
the season, all the latest styles af,
the lowest possiblo prices.
Itn E~oet Juhne 26th, 1898.
On and after Jutne the 26th, (lie follow..
lug Scheduile will be rn overP t-he Piceketns
IR. Rt., for thlie piurpose of hauling Fre ighit
and Passeltngers, viz:
No', 9---aily exce)L Sutndy--No. 10.
4.20 sam Liv Pickonis A r 7.50 amn
8.00 am Ar Ensley' Lv 7.05 am
Noe. 12---Daily except Suntdy - No. 1 1
Read Down Paismenger Service Read Up
1 rpm Lv iIckens Atr 5.45 pm11
1.0 mAt r~ misey L~v 5'.05 pmU
Tiralins wvill stop to take oin or lot of
pasenger's at theo fol lowing crossings:
Ferguson's, P'arsons a in d Manihilin 's.
Decpot will be open for' tihe receivinig
and delivery of Freight from 8 A. M. to
We will make It to your Iiuteant to
pstronize onr home road by giving good
wrvioe anid promlpt attentLion,