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per Ilio for first, inserton aiu oi u a -
oalh subsetinient. insert-ion.
No favorites. Ono price to all. No spe
cMal por.tionl 01r speci.i rates to foreign ad.
vortisera. All stieit must take the run of
the ip&er nand :tide lv stch rates.
AtIve'rtiIserentit i sc fort citning isstto shoultd
he hatwlvl inl ntit. later than Monday morn
TLe editor w ill not i r- ponsible for the
'0ews, : anIo op'inions of cor-respont ntl , unlt
less the s.5 uine :.ro editoiaitllv endorsed.
Til1l1S ).\Y, DECW. 21, 1891..
At this writing Congress has not
adjouinal f-r the holiday reces:b
but aftesr W\ed nesday the imember
will bw free from duty uintil the re
rumption (if businso for tho new
year. The financial bill will be
forced thrnIIh t he House ard the
result is :. I,. L n): co llch isioll, as
it will receviri' 4 eveIr Republican
Volo Aind at 1,:1. :1 bL ikmcTic
votes. Tho -n'u :,ill recefive
this bill and refer it I: commit
too onI finance'. It *-. x *ted to
be cola dor-ed by i, inl the
8(en Iattir Til a o thelk
front Mondiay with a r. I onl
th11 Philp )pinle queCstion, , :l - ij a I ;
that iider the h consdittitIon t ho
federal 'over.imlnt has no power
to Ile v )Oiial dlepltmecies
and gfurther that we
i' retelio:I of tho
Is by the nliited
thait it, is Our purposo to
conseIlt to th e in dependence of the
~F iliin s.' son as a stable gov
rnmn t. .Iha11 be established by
tllin. i u ild tihe Il)pt Ostab
lishtjilt ofI Filell goverlilnoilt we
plce oillr fritnidly assiistanice.
E vynhe're thele is i demand
r l'et *r l' : arid raiti progress
roa l'bis t .,iie~
1PaI~in ni*d (lhe peopt1~l) oganli tes
Sire s ri ' y situdy~ about th
maiitter'. ~\'hat was done, may' no
their jothou': ait isfactory or' to thi
or' control ed b
end, I am conaldI of thle coun11ty, butt th
of the return o.'rt better rostI ha
such of t'e nmemb ,. ..-..
ecured, to aid( taggfl' earnest and wil
the Iilnd" tokt ter roadijs. Th:res hai
. -) a' steen di I'eoiC o si opini ot
atboult the~V~~l- roadsun rosad l ws, lhu
.theoy have'OI o ben miore abit th i
detailsa than any:,'tintg udso. PTh
peoplo1 needct and must haqve bette
roadsl, andi( it is no( us~e to hinide
anrd delay' the best plans for ohi
. fcmm fosr c ompilaint ait t's. wvork al
readyi, db~ts, li:i et O''S
gallant fight of 1t ';d th'i.
victories have a - 'a.man
anyth ing aboeu It th.:.. thsey
read abo011ut i ir hatth-*e . (on
be nartural for A moricana sym.
pathize with the lioers, 'i it
migh t be0 a caseO of miisplacedl ('nfi.
donco and1 synpathy. Engiandl is
a great (and power~lfulI country and
knows~ her buisinhess, so TilExh Jor
NAI, propoPses to( let her' gettle this
dhispulto with the Boers tile host
Already the war has cost Eng
land immlfonsely ini treasury and
blood and tho words of President
Kruger of the Tr'anvan republic.
seemi almost inspired, lie said that
the republics aro detrmitnhd that if
they ,must belong tEnlda
Sprice will havo to be paiid, which
T stegger humnanit y. Havo, however,
i.ff l faith thig ihe son of liberty
shall arise ir south <Africa as it
aroso in Nortfh Amnalica. News
.4om the~ TrhisV6 battlefields in
Natal and ap eyrecalls the
dhecaration of Tre~ ent Kruger and
the casuality.3d shows that the
British have lost 6,946 soldieg .in
. . ,n0w '.rustees'
Record Books and New Teaohers'
Registers. These are to take the
placo of all now in use. All the
old books displaced are to be re
turned to this office as soon as the
propor transcriptions can be made.
The TeacRIer's Associajion.
At the last meeting of the Pick
ens county Teacher's Association,
it was docidod that hereafter the
association will meet at different
places inl the county instead of at
t , courtlI house.
Thu following is the program for
0h0 llnxt 1e11ein g Which is to be
hei.ld at Cross Ra1ds laptist church
on the second Saturday in Febru
Miss . aine Frg soil W ill fu rn ish
muslic fl)r the occasion1.
)pnoig adbress, W. W F. 13 ight.
Most useful Ilne of stu(y for
boys anl girls, Prof. Wye'r.
Duties of trusteos and patrons to
teacher al( school, Prof. Folk.
PIlaItioni of common schools,; to
high schools and collegos, Prof.
Solhol houso furniishings, Mr1s.
The0 box plan in teaching history
and its relative importanco of his
!ory inl the curriculum of our.
schools, Pr'of. Ilallum1.
1o(al hIistory of Pickens county,
Dr. W. T . Field.
S Pcho11 ntertainments, Prof.
'E4u~Ii 'I4'1(a 111i (*1 'u0o tI~l)IliCN.
We believe in a uniform serios
of text. books for the County and
Stato und1(er prop~er regulationis. Weo
believo in having the bost books on
the branches required to ho taught
without roforonce to the cost. On
account of cost and confusion we
blievo the period of adoption should
be ti years.
Wo beliovo that all school sup
plies should bo bought and sold
under the samo restrictions as
'- mnow supplied,
and1( Shmed11 men Ii ko Tutwilei
Driumholloi' & Co., wou'ld i'oamn ovoi
the State and devour her scho(o
substancest. In poalco prepare foi
warp. We belieove that whlin tih<
State board adopts anything unuiis
1the publisher' wish." "
to make a deposit of I th same wiill
thle counity supeiintendenit, au(
whento the teachers, trustees 01' pa.
I tns)f a school wish to pui'chase
they' can exam ino and be satisfied?
before hand1( that they want 0or need
it. Th'len give the order to th<
coutn vty per'inutendnut and ho (t-'
,.were held in all thc
coulr. ties of t ho Stato for thle Ier'm
of' onie month. W\e believe a mis
take was made, if' not, then't the
county~ b)oard havoS 1 been1) too str'ict
in passing on thle paper's loft by
the applicants for' teaichori's cer1tifi
cates. Otherwise, t he urn form
questions furmshed b~y the State
board has fiiled to bring out the
dlSIesir per cents. Wvo believe that
one week's institutoa in charge of a
live condulIctor who wab awar'e of
thio condlitions of th'o teachers, and
the schools of the county, would
accomplish more good than a Sum
mer schiob1 of one month's dura
tion. If the common schools, the
high schools and the colleges fail
to give or preparo persons to teach
the ordinary commion school bran
ches, then we think, it would be
the duty of the logislature to es
tablish one teacher's school in each
coumnty for the purpose of specially
preparing teachers to teach. It is
as imphasible to prepara persons to
teach in onen month as it is to grow
a stalk of cotton to bloom1 mn a
week. We believe that institutes,
when properly conducoted, are
worth more than they dost.' We
believe that the county hoard
knows more about the conidition
and ai~~ " ere and
of every planter whc
raises Cotton. The
book is sent FREE.
Send name and address to
GERMAN KALI W RKS ,
93 Nassau St., N rk.
No Right to Ualiness.
The woman who is lovely in face
form and temper will always hav
friends, but one who would be at.
tractivo must keop her health. I
she is weak, sickly and all rut
down, she will bo nervous and ir
ritablo. If she has constipation 0]
k idnoy troublo, lier iipuro blood
will Cause pimples, blotchos, skin
cruptions and a wretched complex
ion. Electric Eitlers is the best
medleme in tho world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidnoys a)d to
jurify the 00d. I.t giVes Stl'Ong
nervos, bright oyes, emootlh, velvety
skin, rich complexion. It will nako
a good-looking, charming woman
of a run-d:wn invalid. Only 50
conts at W. T. Mcall's drug store.
His Life was Saved.
Al r. .1. E. Lilly, a promment ci ti
zonl of Hlannibal, Mo., latoly had a
wonderful dolivorance from a
frightful donth. fn telling of it ho
says: "I was takon with typhoid
fever, that rain ilto pneuionian.
My lungs bocarao hardened. I was
so woa I coulldn't evell sit up il
bod. Nothing helped m1o. I ex
pected to soon to (lie of Consump
tion, when I heard of Dr. King's
New Discovery. One bottle gave
great relief. I continued to uso it,
and now am strong and vell. I
can't say too much in its praiso.
[his marvollous medicie is the
surost and quickest curo in the
world for all Throat and Lunp
Trouble. Regular sizes 50 conti
and $1. Trial bottles free at W. T
McFall's Drug Store; every bottk
Tho tax books will bo opon a
Pickens, court house, on Octoboe
1ii U89, and romain open unti
- 31st 1899, for the col
, 3) "
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''1~l ax frmI i to '' , l
Pa.r.-ons sending lax mneuy h:,
mail lmst inicluido excangei.~ , wan
and p)ostfago stamnps', otherwise th<
receipts will not b0 mlalledl.
J. T. YOtUNG BLOOD,
Sop. Picke "1
Sop. 91 -ie n i Ibr.j 1o
\~ei ''rau ,'. Iil(l, I.I u g a tt~ bel'iv
..~ls(it~ l honrae i n ake ui~t niis1
st, nyI li tios if i t u ii le by 'Z 'The. r ii
Wes'. &d Tra, \vole ugsh Drugist, Teu u
YES0 n, WJlng iUST Mri
arigdist-yup ihe bcoing andi wnei
sn uring ofthe hotid.ie5.prht
jtie. Weh cby sall ouss ctand ia:
cres tpeortw.eal liQ
Ha~lstll'mas a'unt Pils rithe bWet
Wehrma gooing nd thweoc
gooss. thtWe mst goa offw bfr
tand ve d riale eghday lck
th. Yu can etil hao alor peach
opies.e can hseln'o canned spae
tos alt~ presor thoeosaut pies
and s tlske a ic1oroit, pWr
contrate flor te ooe h io
Wey ar, ging oucat sfah ylock
buiness.' Weu tily asu ftw buy
thatyouanvet atoalst, ou
spcil --Dalogth in-..
Tryea~l, it'sa lndid e
Try s, i we an'tsav you
7,~.- 44 \trV
out of business, will sell my entire
AT FIRST COST.
This is a rare chance you cannot afford to miss.
This advertisencut is not to (eceive the public.
1 will make a
Of everything in my store. Come at once and get your
share of the !) argain .
616 Pendleton Streot, -----Greenville, S. C.
Fel he BOYS!eu
IWe have lu oight a1 lot "f Fire Works in order that the boys Ilay have "Sotn
Fun" diuring the uiolitny-, ind the price4 are so low that the mnil eiL boy with it
smallest pocket book may shoot s to his satisfaction. Grnid display an'd ilooi
aseen-on In front of our storC Cln imL:a uight.. Look for it,
W-Don't forget that we are The Leader-, for Drug.<. Try the ever rellab
Grip Capsule for Grip :n- Golds. It your lipi fh-inp mud your !ki is ougih, u.
Bolt & 'htorniley's W beerinie 1elly. It'R i good thinig. l1' you aro troniled n ith
cough you will do well to try White Plie Cmjlomp d Call oi -s f.w anythin' it
the Drug line.
We sell the be:st,
5 and 10 Cent Cigars.
If you want a Cool hw Aw n oni .
our line of F'ine (an~iim c .m't lhe excelled,';und. it's FRE'SH.
Yours very truly,
Fr'oomnan Block. Pickens, S, 0.
HERE tiEND I
Wec have opened up a Poultry Business in Charleston, S.
C., and we are O nowcrearedl to ihndle all the Poultry an
Eoggs ini the coutry, at ai good price. Bring them on.
OUIJI STIOCKF OF GOODS IS EXCEL.
We have on hand a nice line of Eight-Day, half-homn
'LOCKS at Lowv Prices.
mbg! Bang !! Bang 1!!
Fireworks, come to see us, also Candies, Oranges,
Ec,, give us a trial before you buy.
oct5 09chetw. Pickenis, S. C,
- WF-'Just ieceived a Tron of Whoat Bran. Como and got some
biefore it is all sold1.
..Shoes and hosiery .
We have opened a full and corn
plete lino of
--SHOES AND HOSIERY
andI~ aro Hfeadqumarters for Shoes
that fit and we-ar well. Everythinig
- ~ fnew, no (old stock, All goode
4 l)~~oughtL fromt maufacturero and~ at
Lowest Cash Prices.
* We can save youl monoy Onl any
thing in our lhne.
&tWGive us a look beforo buy
~ ing. All goods guarantited.ga
Solo agents for Krippendor(f & Dit tman's
KE68pecial attention givin to mail orders,.
PRIDE & PATTON,
106 Main Street, - - - Greennile, S. U.
N*ext door to Lipsoombe & Russeli.
Beginning on Thursday Decem
bor 28th and continuing Friday
Dec. 291th and Saturday Dee. 80th, S.
unless sooner disposed of, All the F
goods in the
PICKENS BARGAIN HOUSE,
Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, iI
Hardware, Plows, Cooking Stoves, a
Hats, Caps, Coats, Olothing, Shirts,
Groceries, Tobacco, in fact every- fc
thing in the house. Everyoody
JOHN F. HARRIS,
B]. CU flY.
---DEALER IN - r
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, i
Oeiling, and Weatherboard- L
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds. Leather and
With all kinds of
ENGINE Alf0 PIPE FITTINIS.
Also Engine and Cylnder Oil at
Linseed Oil, Both Raw and
Boiled for painting, and Whit.
Lead of Best Quality,
Give us a. trial before buying
B. E. ORANDY,
Pickens S. C.
Offico and Warohouso near De
1)rAssed and mateksd (!irt;
IBraded anid mvatehed (111 per N. 11
%'as . t1 per 3xb .
Jie xiag IDase, plain sx1in efre 4.,
1IoardIs <Irelsed 258. and? Hemwn
S10 per K. feit.
Mouldings, 304 per 0. ft., for Maek
iunch in width.
Doors, sash, Blinds, Glass, Patty,
Paints, Stains, Varnishes, eila,
Brushes, e. in
LathB, Lime Plastering, Hair, ?las- it
ter Paris, Nails.
Office and Warehouse 107 Laureus ah
Coal and Wood Yard and Lmuaber
Lumber Shedu,, C. & W. C. R. E.
porner lBrosd en4 Ga. streets, le
Greenville, 8. 0.
1- TM18eTSM is'
I~~1Q~J1I.1 V8 PT 1
VY . RAULDIN,
Attorney at Law.
Pickens. S. 0,
ractice in all the Coart.
OMO over Earle's Drug Store,
Wexma3 women, emRysqe
ayneswortlPtarker A Rbinsone,
ekens 0. H., - south Carolina
Practice r &lp .COurts. Attend to all
uimeus5 promnptl U.
93p"Monev to 0811. e
A. MORGOAN, W. F. JJLASSINGAME,
reenville, . C. Pickens. 3. C.
[organ & Blassingame,
MTTOlIN EYS AT LAW
Pickens, 0. ., . 0.
Prettee i1 all the eeurts.
)R. ROBERT IIRKSEy
Phyalolan and iurgeon,
OM.e at his resideace at the Kirks
>te plaes, en Tnelve Mil. River.
March 8, 1894
C. FITZGERALD, PIoTOGRA.
* ker, Greenville, 1. 0. Offie over
dlaon I Drug Store.
All work guaranteed to give sa-tiefac
Looi? A Silich in Tinie.
Ives nine. 1lughes' Tonic (new im
*oved, taste plWenanant,) taken in early
wring and Full prevents Chills, Dengue
id Milarial Fevers. Acts on the liver
nes up the systemn. Better than QW
nc. Guaranteed, try it. At Diug.
ts. 60C. and $1.00 bottles.
LLL ACCOUNTS DUE
10 1irmiiiofi Norwood & Not-wood, Deu
stz, mmut bu m. Wttd by Nov. lst, 1899,
a the sIaid businoess is being Closed up1).
11 nec2otint" not paid by 11hat date will
I piced in the hands of our attorney
>r collectioi, Very respectfully,
w. M NORWOOD.
Money to Loan.
On improved farm lands i I sumns of 8300
d upwards. Loans repai able in rnall
Inual payments through a period of five
Rars, tis onabling the borrower to pay
Y his indebtedlness without exhausting his
op in any one year. Apply to
J. E. Bogga, Attorney,
0et7 98 yl. Pickens, S. 0.
Sven acres of JIne land, in splendid
ndition, njihin 1en minties walk of the
)>IIrt house. A bargain to anyone wish
g to locate lere. %ititiablte for lots for
Illding pur-posesi. Terna11 realsonable.
ppl7 to Fraik E. Cox,
Au.2 - _ekens 8. U
Have your Iaid s .ved, I in
repared with firt class instru,
eIntS to do you a. first clia job,
nd can b)e found it my residence,
iexinder, (.'- C. or reachedo. by
ot to h]unt , fish! or ini an~y way
respassH up~on our laniic 'idr
ownsh1ip). ,.Xny violator of the
id to the fu ost, e>:tenl t.
Johni }R. Buggs,
C. L.. Bogg s,
1. W. Goodlett,
Manufacturer of Leather,
[arness, Halte~rs and B3ridles,
nd all' kinids-of Harness made
Highest cash p)rice paid for
[ides, Furs, iB'.eswax and
M. W1. OO00DLETT,
100 Main Street,
Creeniville, S. C.
319 Main Str'et, Greecnville, 810
We havo just opened and1( wil3
tve constantly on hand1( (during
8 seasoni, aill the latest styles at
e lowest oosiblo pricos.
10 KENS R A.ILROAD
COn and ttor .June lh .i
SCilSchdule will be run
It, for theo puIrpose of
ad1 Down,. Mlixede TralinII Rl(nd Up.
1.20 ham Lv P'ickens Al' 7.50 ami
~.00 am A r Kna~loy L.v 7.05 am
16( D)own Pa&~eI1enier Het vicol ReOtd Up
.pm Lv P'lekens Ar' 5.45 pm
.40 pm Ar FM sley' Lv 1.05 pm
L'rainsq w'lhl stop to 616ke (on orI Jet off
Isengein at the' follmvl't.; cr'ossBinlg,
r'gulion, ason2e and1( Mu lin '.
)e pot i'll be( opon1 fori thei r'ceivinlg
1 el ery of Fre'Jiht froml8 A. M. to
Vee will make ft to your inte t to
fonie our home road by( glliving goot
vice atM promipt attent. in,
.7, T, TAYL.OR, lin , igv