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R~OBINS4ON, E ditor.
1) IVERY THURSDAY.
don One Dollar a Year
9 the Post Offle at Piokens as
RSAMY, JAN. 4, 1900,
&'EI) By W. W. F. BRIGHT,
Sunt. of Education.
cr teacher, the consus enu
will be around noxt June.
the childrei abovo sevon
d in yowu district read and
It not, i.3 it not time for
ho i) and doing something
gool of yoni' foW man?
brother teacell(r, the tru-s
ive aitihoiit.y to otop the
on 1ecount of cholera, yel.
:I, isiall pox and like con.
. iseases. The modical pro.
I Say that vacciniation is v
le't.ventativo in small pox,
knlow more ahl)Onlt it than W<
d. They ought to knov
about their profession thai
,1and we o'Ight to study an
iecw Tearlier's RegIsters.
Shave received oiio hundre(
rcdskrs and are sondifn
out to tl toacliers its fast a
ilo. In s"1m> casos they ar,
to t!ho clrk of tho board o
es. OTher is no(ut oniough U.
foi tLe ScIl'Ed year, but mor
ben d nod N 11! he son
is new regi t'r is to tako thv
of the old oie. All record
o old one siice the first o
IS99, ar. to hw tirmaniscrihe(
new ono un1d the old on1 t(.
iuriiid to t he Couity Supor.
keepi1ig (he niew register,
rs fin( ii iti uchi easier to onl
*upils iiiones a lhabetically.
a.imes oif it Hrpils after they
intrd mumust be kept, on the
line r 'I to the vn of the
inril1 , i-het must be
011t. pll jut y lit the close of
2001 inal banded to e Coun.
ted by anyone who s') de
1t. is the duty of the grand
catrrants will he scnt to the
*the board oif trustees ne
a1 iiiiaheial repotrt,
hooks for that. purpose~
ont Whmen rei~''ved.
bireo month wo8 .'ewjill lot
sy r'eaderjs of Tr Jorax Su
(Stnge in Win. Fagan' auverti
uieUt in this issue.
-A son of Joseph Pace, v
lives near Pickene, was out b
hunting Monday with several i
boys and was acoidently shot
the eye. From reports, only
shot entered the eye. and it stri
a tree before hitting him.
Bolt carried him to Greenville
same day to have it taken out.
-Capt Jno. P, Leach, of Lit
ton, North Carolina, who rel
sents large exporters of hard w
lumber was in our town the I
wook and spent two days insp
ing the timber forests in the Es
too region. He reports the tin
is of sufficient quantity and et
ble quality for his trade, but i
ceptable and of no value unless
can pursuado his people to
struct a railroad hence to the I
ber tracts. He thinki that '
one or two hundred thousand a
of timber land at a reason
price, he can induce his comi
to construct the transportation
cility. We urge our frionds a1
the line of the survoyed rout
offer all necessary iieou rlagol
to this ouitorpriso. P rlties inl
estod in thi enterprivo can get
thor information by aipplyin: I
Jno. L. Graveloy, 'C., ti
Dale, S. C.
On Thiurslay i neitl Ill w 21,41
Decemlber., the1 l'ic'ken.-4 ]iih Sl
gave aln ontert Il!llni'it ill 11i
loum to a n r :* d1(! ie('. Ill]
miiss:ioli feo waS olly it'll Ce" It.S
about 4:20 Ia, realized. 11 ''1
of the Outer! -Iilllilel. wns 14r
advalncemellit, 1, pr1 ili. o!..
Domlore .slo lilwdd WO aI
to On1e of 11110 Colltf lits f '
be)(st. sp)ech i:1 pirhibit i-m. I
'gram111 w:w a lw:
Is~t, Spen by Ac1ball Unk r
2d. peonclh by WaIAyne 1 Maul
Charado, on titled( "Mistakeos.'
8d. Speech by Joo Kinchi, jr.
4th Spoe-cli by Miss Flor
Charido en Ii tlod "Jlard Tim',
5th. Speocli by Miss Nellie Gr
6th Speoch by Miss Ada Gil
Charado, ontitled "MNad Cap."
'tl. Spoech by John Field.
8th. Speech by Brandon Tay
9th. Spooch by Lomuel Stans
This onded the program
ry anid W. F. Bias
d their decision ne
todial in the con ti
d to Mr. John Fie
ado the best spee
es were good and e
n tostants were h is
.. ..~.- by the audier
Prof. Wyer and Mrs. Cureton
servo miuch praise and credit
the training they have taugh t
p)upils of the school and we h
that uinboundod success will or<
their further efforts.
The music1 wvas furnished
Messrs. James and Ben Parm
and Ross O'D)oll, andl was cortai
fine. Thley undelrstandi( their b)
nose, and thoso wvho were not p
ont to witness the exercises
hoar thne music certainly misse
Counity of Pickons.
.LB. Newhery', Esquj1ire, J
?, tO grint Iinh Lf L'ors of
strtinn of1 i tho1 E&t ate of
a of T1. E. .Janwis, deceasede
so aire Troforo.( to elloI
uliSh all Olld ringill'th I
m1105, d (*I'd' , ha! th v
a.t(e, to b' held lt I -k
I louse, S. ('., on11 tho
a itin erV, 1 )U1) ola e
renloonl, 1t shw causi'n, if
-ave, why t he saiid Adii
I shoub11 not. hel granitedl.
tin underlt my lland, thlis 3
' D~ecomnber, .1899, in the .1 2
f oulr Indehpemidelico,
I-:A L.]J J. B. Newhery,
w2. J. P. P. (
>f South Carolina,
'ity of Pickens.
1. Newbery, Esquire, 1
reans, R. 3. Rogers and
ire mad, suit to me, to gr
,otters of Administratior
ate of and effects of Ho:
Sare Therefore to cite
:sh all and singular tho I
nd Creditops of the a
Rogers, decessed, that tI
app ear before me, in
of Probate..to be held
Scourt hoUse, 8. 0., on
of January, 1900, next,
lication hereof, at 11 o'ol
forenoon, to shew causE
iy have, why the said,.
itlon should not begran
1 under my Hand, this :
')ecemnber, 1899, in the 1!
J. B. Newbery,
v2, .Tndan 1'atm o 4
NESS TO COLUMBIA, S.C.
ore WHAT I SAY i WILL DO, I
Dr. Competitors, you had as well try
the to lift yourself in a basket, us to
e. My desire is to move goods, not
e- to got cash. Shrewd buyers need
)re- no arguing. Each and ovory claim
cod made by me at this sale is just as
at- represented. I do not advertise
something I haven't got. I will
ba- sell in the next thirty days, twon
.ber ty Pianos at factory prices; sixty
ita- flve organs; forty-five sowing ma
ac- chinos; ten hod of horses; twelve
he wagons; eighty head of fino Jersey
on- milch cows; twenty head of thor
."- oughbred Jersey heifer calves.
vith The pianos will be sold at whole
:res sale price for cash. $450 pianos
a)le for $300; $350 pianos for *265; $250
ianty pianos for $145; $85 organ for $55;
fa- $75 organ for $45; $55 sowing ma
ong chine for $28; $45 .machino for $18.
: to \Vili sell milch cows on thro
LOentP 111011114, mot., and anyove buying
fur-a Im ilcl cow from me, can pastir(e
fu- nxt suimnmer Iroo of charge, in th
ito hrry pastitur, six monltsi,
y wich aniounts to $9.00.
It is not ,, much ioney tlt J
1 want, as (o got rid of tho pialn->,
organs, w win~t maclaines, horsos,
wagmns al et ws, (bait I ha've oni
0 hrd. I !':!, re'(ted i stor iln
l.nnba PC., a1 will open up
bn1ines ther 1 n Janary 1st
. 10. VTI .' b v onl 1a11
r.s!. . l r. r I' .s o I he 1w co t,
A n a o t o 1 ! - T i s i d i s n o f a k e m i .
I hahibm eb n ste ,
hand ! I hev wil hr cl,'
If you lav got tioe c.1 % w it
Io flm :.1 ' n I 2 '0 a . Q-1pi61 I
wlt w. lh at wiN0a, orr .an alnd
.wnig nmuchn. AflinullO i at ,
lifelunet - n M w a-mie pices.,
Th11 011.-uni w n , iho deal1
(Irl a pr(Iiit? 1141 d, al'O all i aU a (I
You got tlieln alt wllolwsaler's pridit.
Howing miachino nowllos; at 20
cents a dozen ; 10 celts oil at 5
celts por hottle.
de $8.00 Guitars for $4.50; $5.00
3.1 lEvorything olso in the small in
strumenit lin1e to go in proportion.
an Come while lho goods are on
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Oreenville, S. C.
His Life wa; Saved.
Mr. J.. E. Lilly, a pon un t 1 ti
or. zon of Iannibal, Mo., latolv had a
o1. wonderful doliverance fromn a
md frightful death. In tolling of it ho
iel, says: "I was takon with tylphoid
n--fever, tht ran into pnoumonia.
,to My lungs bocaiue hardened. I was
0- sowoa I couldn't ovon sit up1 inl
ids, bed. Nothing helped mo1. I ex
oh. pocted to soon to die of Con sump
sob tien, when I heard of Dr.- King's
hly New Discovery. One bottle gavo
Iee. great relief. I continued to uso it,
do- and now am strong and well. I
for can't say too much in its nraiso."
the This marvellous medicmne is the
0ope surest and quichost cure ini tho
>WnI world for all Throat and Lung
Trouble. Regular sizes 50 couts
by and $1. Tria& bottlos free at W. T.
ens McFall's Drug Store; every bottlo
ulsi--_ _ _ _ _ _ _
o- $100 Reward $100.
and Th'le readers of thls paper will be pleas.
d a od to learn thaimt there Is at11 Oleat'eread
ed diseaise that sc1Ience ha~s beeni abhe to
curo in all its stages, anid that is Cataih.
Hcail'R Ctarr-mh Citre Is the only positive
('tre kn1own'l 1o thme nied~ial r faterit,
VCatarrh i ng- 2 a o nIsttlIIit tinl e isen!
I 1all's ('aa r 21:2iliII oi is tak~en lternai lir,
ro acting di irct Iy upon21 tim lIood. andi 11 m'
2ionl . si faces of I he1 systA2em, thi~eeby dI
su iu''i vin a the :atIint strenigth by un'ii -
Adl- ig up t.; i 'l cositutiou and( assisting na
and( ftiore Iin doin-,ilsi work. Th'le p)roprlielors.
have 12 mn:Ih IfaiI.i iIts curative power 2 ,('
thant thmey oI1mle I linndredCt Dollars'9 for
:nm li- of mestimmonil.
ehl j~;' by 1)ruir: t, 752',
ilsfmi.1'll Jth et
AS W VE
Christmas is comning and wo
have a lot of Xmas trix and other
goods that we imust get off beforo
and during the holhdays.
'ro- .You can still have your poach
pies. We can sell yon canned pea
J. os at preser t wholesale prices
ant and still make a nice profit. We
of contracted for them bofore the rise.
ury We are going out of the Clock
business. WVe still hayo a few of
and those over rehiable eight day clocks
~in- that you can get at almost your
aid owvn price. We haven't the space
mey to q~uote pricos bore, but wo hiavo
the specials all alelng the lino.
at Try Capitola, it'si a splendlid pure
the wheat flour.
af- Try us, if we can't save you
ook money we don't ask you to buy.
Led. FREEMAN & HENDRIORS,
MAth -b.Dealers In
Pickens Se O,
Having decided to go out of business, will sell my entire
Shoes, Hats And
AT FIR S COST.
This is a rare chance you cannot afford to miss,
This advertisement is not to deceive the public.
I will m1ake a
Of e t i 1i store. Come at once and get your
share of1 th -
.. -'11.l "7 /
(. n I t - - - - - GreQnvil!o, . .
Fcir e _______
we h:ive hor -it, I ]t ire Works iI order tIit t.he boys may have "'Some
Fin" duine; II'' iotblay .iihl riieo- are sn low that- the sin.llest bo y with 11hw
.snalest oel.-M bok inn;. hot to his satislawtimn. Gzand display and Balb)on
1scenm ion in fioit of or 1,re christiai night., Look for it.
67'-l)on't fret ilit wte ire The Leaders foi Drugs. Try tho ever reliable
Grip CapHile for 1i1: :ii ;oIlds. if your hp< ehal)p and your skin is rough, use
Bolt & Thornley's , N v. rin .10lly. i' a good thing. If you are troubled with a
cotn.gh yon will dto well 0 try WhiiLe Pine Compound Call on ns for anything In
the Drug1" line.
W() sl the best
!I and 10 Cent Cigars.
ly l v wa t ( o-)1 (*i' . we can r.nppyyon.
0Ur line of Finie ( ai1 A N. 't heexcelled, an.l it's FRESIH.
Yours very truly,
Frooman Block., Piokens, S, 0.
\Ve hav~e openedI up a' Poult'r Busineos in Charlerston,8.
C., ad( we are nlow prepared to handle all the Poultry and
Eggs mn the~ country, at a good price. Bring them on.
OUI.1 S'Zo'CL OF (-ons is E X-et.,
We have on hand a nice line of Eight-Day, half-hour
strike, CLOCKS at Low Prices.
Rlang! Bang!! 'Bangf!
For IFireworks, colme to sece us, also Ceudies, Oranges,
Lemons, &c, giv Vu s a trial before you buy,
(of.5 99 he(tw. Pickens, S. C,
*E n *a TPon of Whoat Bran. Comao and got some
Se and hoser. .
We~7 havo open~ed a full and comn.
plCto line of
--SHOES AND HIOSUCRY
. and1( are Ieadlquarters for Shioes
.7 ~K. that fit and wear well. Evorythinig
-~ *~-~ new, no old stock, All goods
. /bough t from manufacturers and at
Lowest Cash Prices.
We can save you money on any
thingin our line.
GTGive us8 a look befor, buy..
ing. All goode guaranted.i
Solo agents for Krippendoif & Dittmnan'e
oisSpecial attention givon to mail ordors.
PRIDE & PATTON,
100 Main Street, -O reenville, 8. 0.
RiNext door to Lipscomhbo & Russell.
o all my patrons for a good t*f
n 1899. I believe the principles
iave adopted will win; that of ut
lerbuy, undersell, cash down.
The only'way I account for ti
>est year's trade since I have bee
iere is that the goods and prioa
ire making a more powerful appei
,ban any argument I can make.
say boldly. unulwe I can save yc
noney in quality and price, yc
will not be asked to trade.
I am lwaye lookiug for bargaii
bo givo my customers. It in ni
bow much can I get for an artiol
but how cheap can I soll it.
pleased customer is my best adve
tisomnont. Tho more goods I sc
tho less profit I can afford to sll
This cold weather stiggests go
.3tr'is co0lt ('. Somol say it hl
goie t'.p, that 's nil right, I botigl
be<.re it wnit. up, and in!il 1
\oL i- :"id I will :ell you a; Vi
Rio, (bi and strong, not a bhu
bean in tie lot, in lots of *5 wor
ar nowards, 11 pou ds for ,
.l o i oi 1lc per' po nd,
Jot. iM! -I Clothing, me
hk.- '1:1d h ildrenls.
Margin ot ofC:1p?, h1ats a11
Sorio special bargnins in har
warel axfes, plows, and1( turn plowi
Wlilo 1899 was the best yea
como on and help make this st
A f[w cooking stoves at a bn
Schnapps tobacco, 35c. pir lb.
T D Harris.
- DE)ALFR IN
Sash,.Doors, Blinds, Floorin
Oeiling, and Weatherboard
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds. Leather and .~
With all kinds of
ENGINE AR3 PIPE P"TTIM9
Also Engine and dyinder 011
Linmeed Oil, Beth Raw a
Boiled for painting, and Wh
[ead3 of Best Quality.
Give us a trial before kniy1
B. E. ORAN DY,
Pickena P. C.
Oiliece and Warobouso near I
D~roead and mnttehed P'looring,
nraded.~ andrau d ~ tlo V 9315 p t
10 por MN
ii % x C, f12f> av $ ty
Boexing IBase, plain Caalig freasud
1% x 12 5. Lum >e:, 1i a er M fe~
neoard. dreused 28. and 2 a4 , em,
610 per M. fe
M~.onldings, 304 per 0. ft:, for es
inch in width.
Doors, sash, Blind., Glasa, rut
Paint., 8tain., Varnishes, e0
Lath., Limne Flastering, iHair, ri
ter Paris, is..
Cower & Spelghtei
Office and Warehouse 107 Laurei
Coal and Wood Yard and Lutal
Lumber Sheds, 0. & W. 0. R.
corner Broad and Gas stree,,
a~r9~9yl.Greenville, S. E,
to PATENT QoAIA
Attor'eye at 'Xi
Pickn 's z;,
Practico in all the
Office ovet Earlbe6 Drtatojo
ff. J. HAYNWORTH1 fnr 6
L. W. PARKuxa
Greenville, S. 0.
Pilkens 0. H., . -
p Practice in all Courts
. S1""Money to loan.
0 B. A. MORGAN, W. F. BLASSINGAME
I Greenvillo S. 0.- Flokens.
Morgan & BIassingame,
0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Plekens. 0. R., 8. 0..
IseMee in all the eeurte.
D It. OBERT KIRKsEy
u Physiolan and 4urveon,
u Ocso at his residece at the' Kirksey
hone pla, en Telve Mile Elv
)t 0. FITZGERALD, P1ITrOon.
* pher, Greenville, 8. 0. Office over
A Addison's Drug Store.
All work guaranteed to give satisfac
JILok A Siltelt In Titne.
Save nhin. Ilughes' Tonle (neiv im
idnlste pleaisanat, takeni In ear-ly'
- I:I Fall prevents Chills, Dengne
!il Feveri. Acts oil the liver,
1' i the -.vstem. Better thai Q61
knu tfrand h3, try it. At Drug.
r,-. anld $1.00 bottle.s.
N 1 -rwool & N0i wood, Den.
- bes W id by Nov. 1mr, 1899,
SI boI 1ine-- i* being closea II',
Id ~ n ;;!I 11% la that dive wvill
or - lc theO hand- of unr aittorie3y
. N NuJWuol).
, Money to Loan.
on unpri ve fr I lan d I. ue i imm11. of 'E'to
al uplw.1nts. LaoVsv .,-pn 1abi n witall
I,;.a *is Juent., (n)( lim o ve
r- y Ihio 4 *fibbush. In. ing rower to pay
o0f his 4 ,ilebtednless wi hiit .-.% hantisting his
'op in 11y on4'e. year. A iply' t'
J. Er. Dogg A t.I..rny,
0t7 $14 Y1. Piekona, 8. 0.
Bevenl uowa of lin1c hilld, in splendlid
condition, withie ten minutei walk of th0
Co1(urt hlie.. A Ibflrgai.! to l4 on wMIP ish.
I) In", tIat hiere. Sgitible for lots for
I umid ig purposen. Tllms relasonable.
pply to F]ralk E. CoX,
a18tt. Ptcken. S. U
Have your land surved, I am
prepared with Ii-st class instru
-- ments to do you a. first class job,
,nd oan he found axt my residence,
Alexander, S. 0. or reachod by
All persons are hereby warnod
no, to hunt, fish or in any way
trespass up, -'-- . T it ..n.
iaw in this
Led to the I
sop28ta1,. L.BM .
M. W. Goodlett,
Manufacturer of Leather~
*Harnes, Halters anid Bridles,
and all kinds of Harness made
t highest cashI price paid for
Hides, Fuirs, B'eswax and
'M. W. (AOOI)LETT.
109) Mmin Street,
Greenville, S. 0.
) Mag .S.,'t, (Greenv'ille, 13.0
h a y n d anr t lt y o nl h a n dgu d u rin g
' thu amIJ~on, al l"h latedl 4yis ati
Set thel i(owes6t poib,4i~o liric(:.
Ot ICKUENS3 RAILR()AD
ei Schwd ule
In Ifl'et June 26th,, 1898..
On an d after JTune thle 20th, the foliow
lng Schilie will lte run over the P'iekonsu
*e R. U for the purpose of hauling Freight
an~d assengers, viy4
N'e 9--Daily except Sunday--No. 10.
Read Down. Mixed Train Read Up.
4.20 am Lv Plckcons Ar 7.50 am
5.00 am Ar JEasley Lv 7.05 aim
Nfo. 12--Daily except Sunday- No. 11
ms Read D'own P'ast-enger~ servie Roard Up
1 im Lv' Ple~kenn Ar . .45 PIP
or 1..p 0 p Ar E eley Lv 5.00 pm
Trainis will stop to take on or let off
*passengers at tiho following' erosi8s: '
Frguseon's, Parsong' and Mauldin's,
Depot wvill be open for the recnli g
-and delvory of Freight from 8 A. 1, .to
We wiil make it to your interesat to
patroize our home road by giving goog
service ahd prompt attention.
aJ. 'P. TAYLOit Giln. r