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Local and Personal.
-For furniture, see McFall.
-Fine cigars at Mrs. Cureton's
-Nice Mince Meat at Mrs. Cure
- :'ead notice to debtors ai.
.t .. ---a ad crackern
at Mrs. Curetou's.
-Ten poui.ds of cof'oo for one
dollar at Mrs. Curoton's.
h -For drugs and toilet article
go to Bolt & Thornley.
---Dr. W. F. Austin will be inj
Pickene January 22d and 23d.
-Mr. J. C. Stribling, residing
near Pendloton was here Tuesday
-Mi*s May Robinson has as
sumed charge of at school at Oole.
--Mr. J. M. Jameson of the Eas.
ley section was here on business
-Read W. T. McFall's adver.
tisement and when in town call to
-Mrs. Thomas Trotter of Table
Moun ta in is clitically ill with
-Thos. L. Robertson of the Six
Nile section was in Pckens on
-Mrs. J. R. J. Aiinhony who
rpsides near Field P. 0, is serious
1, ill wiIh pn1ei1uonia.
-Miss Viola Runion of Ele9ly
visited friends in Pickens last,
week, roturning on Sunday.
-W. T. O'Doll, after attending
a meeting of the PenctentiUry
Board of Directors, is at home.
-George Grogan has returned
from a business trip to Pickens and
Easley.-(Sat.) Greenville News.
-Road advertisement of A. M.
Morris Everything you ibud can
be found in his woll-aippointed
-Probate Judge Newhery was
kept busy Monday looking t.fter
applications for pensiois; by old
-Building in Pielrens is on a
boom, yet not all lie deirablo ap
plicants for dwelhng houses can
b.- suppli< d.
-Laban Mauldin, aftor a resi
dence of one year in Easley, has
returned to his plantation between
Easley arid Liberty.
-See new advertisement of the
Heath, Bruce Morrow Co. Thsy
deal in eJverythinlg needled in the
hiouseholdI and on the farm.
-Rev. R R. Dagnall filled his
at this place last
aching to an appre
'raham. a common cial
man, known as "T1he Infant,'' is in
the city today. Hie weighs 410
pounds.-(Sat )Greenville New..
-Married Jan. 10, 1(01, at the
home of the bride, Mr. Walter
Tjurner to Miss 8 Adams, M4.
Fi. Hester ofliciating; all of Pick
-Miss Lila Stevonson whio has
been critically ill for some time at
thie home of W. B. Bramlett at
E~asley, we are glad to report, is
---If you hiave anything to sell,
advertise it in the Journal which
lias a circulation reaching overy
section of the county and is coni
-Prof. WV, E. Dondy and Johni
L. Thornl ey have eXchanged resi
dences, M4r. Thorn ley having pu r
ebased the prIoperty formerly oc
CUp.ied by Prof. D~endy.
-J. C. A lexander w ho has blion
a resident of Pickcens for several
years p~ast, serving as a D~eputy
MIarshal, has iemoved to his form
er home on tho Eastatoe.
-Mr. RI E. Yonguo)'s handsome
residence on t lie corner of Liberty
and Johnson streets is about comn
platedland1 ready for occupancy.
J. E randy is the contractor.
-All per.nnA indobted to the
estate of J, R. R. Freeman mus',
settle at once with Amanda E.
F~reeman, Administratrix or WV.
F. Blaesingamne, Attorney. 2t.
--,Murri .d, by RI y J. M. Stewor ~
at the residence of thle bride's fanth.
er, on Sunday Jan, 18. Miss Corri'
Dillard to Mr. Henry Rig~iima, both
of Hurricane To)wnship, this coun
-Although Clerk of Court A. J.
Jloggs has niot yet take.1 active
char'ge of his office, Maj. J. M.
Stewart is acting in his stead and
tttendhing to t he buis~s in his
tisual courtvous manner,
---W~e notice that Solicitor J.
E. JBoggs is at work, in the engross
ing departnment, on a hi 1 propos.
Iing to rolarrannge the congressionali
districts whieh will bo prosented
ylc Iha has heeofr eo
a: unusually sitisfactory business.
-Tho Governor's ninual mes
sago appears in full on first pago of
-Miss Goode, lately a guost of
Mrs. Dickenv, has reurned to her
homo in Groenvillo.
-J . . atsoi of Beverly was
in town Monday in the iuterest of
old soldier's pensions.
-It is rep rted that tho Easley
Cotton IMill will bo ready for w...rk
within the comning week.
-Soene i nterosting coi munica
tions are crowded out this wuck
they will appear inl the next, issu.
-Tl) law regrulating the di Ari
bution of Selool boks rendirs tle
oflic of Supt.o of Educatioll a veri
table packing itablislhmet.
-J. B. Freieman o)f Pichei)s
count y. a forIm sltidetIt, (or Fll.
iiiani Unliversity, spc.it yest.'I day in
th city.--(Sat.) Greenville Newi.
For Sale.-100 1.u- ihls of Russell
liig 10ll Cotton S1-eel. Price 65C
per bushel. Apply to
w2 E. S. Griflini.
-The pulpit of Grdlin church
was filled last, abbath i by Rcv.
McDaniel, hlit) pastor, who preach
ed to the usually largo coligrega
-Gaines & Gassaway Pros., of
Central, now have oi hand a ni ice
lot of good Tennepseo horses i-d
mule1 s For sale f otr cash or1 good pa
pe r. t:2
-Tho Comptrollor (erlmi'1 has11
notified Tr:-orier Yoighlood (hat
by virtue of thu auth.iri( i vested
in him byl the act, (df 18', the tiio
for payli nt it taxes hias b en ex
tended to Februar-v Ii..
-Teachers notIId patr-ons will
profit by reading tih re1gular1 'oi
tributionls of Tat hrgh TIs
week ho grives informa'tion r'sp) I'
ing re(luilolnl-I'ts as I ).school b oks
which is hi-eratlive.
-Mr-. O'Bryan, Iln ig jd w idow,
r~el*.et of 'Ilmolthy O' tianl wh
flor sovoral )ealti ha-c residt-d at
1Iagrood'I. Alill, di'd last Th ursyday
and was burlIe:d the following" day13
in the wester1 :,k clroll of tItO Cunll
-Tho Pic'<ens Methodist. Sr
day School ha; midertaken the sp- I
port of on" I t !. iph a girl It I
the Epworth Orphiainge at Coluim- I
bin. Ifer ln iaio' is Es'Ntellh lauk- I
night. It is a worthy cas) and I
a christiin dity at oic beau
tiful and imp-rativo.
-MAiiss Nona Raini, daughter
of W. A. Ramosi, who reasided near
MAr '1, (died on Turday morn
ing Jant, 8, of a comnp!ient lion of (d s
eases, after' a l inger.nig illnhess (of
nrearly three years. She was bar
ind the following day at Cross
Roads cemetery, Hov. W. C. Soa
born conducting the funeral oxer
-In tihe article fr..mi Agricol irt
last week on Wa r, thyroI' was an
error in which, in thie engagement
there descrined, Gen Jenikin's comn
mand waIs made to a ppe:ar as hav'
ing plc C onl the ii-:ht, wheni the
mlanuscipt~ stlat".d ihat Jaclksonis I
comnii~id had that pla.1t
-A. A. P'ae> has oh'iPine upi al
mea'iit market in thi' Earl buildinig.
cor nor M alin antd Church~ I s reetIs,
where you will find most ev ery
th ing usually kepjt mt ai market
Asidel from his ,mar:i heaof
wa'it'.hes anid clocks. Mr Pare is a
new~~ citizen ini icken'~s on-1 shi id
be (incouragr'd b y a li ber'al patron-~i~
A dam Man.-el, c~iooed, is the
boc.'s slaughterer I of . VLnmIe. Ini 1i.e
last seasonl lie has killed sixty-i.iine
pigs in the towni of P ickensi an1d 'i
cinity arnd lie is of the Op~imon tlhat.
the sizo iand qualitiy or th.i) por'kers
are bottLor than over. Ev'oryonie of
his patrons airo well please~d wi th.
his skill rand successs ini the busi
-The fi rst. Quairter'ly Conflereinco
of' Plkenia ciret t for .1 '0O1 will be
be~ held at Tboir church oin F'ridary
1st (lay of Febrluary. All ollicial!
are earnestly requeosted to be prues
en t as thie assasmeInt fori thet year1
will he iiiadoi up; this ineln les the~
preacher's salar'y and all ch urch
ixpenses . A good'~( atte.ndane is
d1esir~d ; let everybody intorested
-T1here are enrolhI ~d for tihe
monthi of .Janaurv ini thle Pick en s
OGratded Schloo I Gh. 7thi, 8th I faid
Oth grad.s, thIirty-five pils' and3(
in the pr'einary d.opartii.mnt.,P sxty
puijls. The totalI enirof lment loi
the session agreigatos cone hi;ni
dreds an d I wenty -forr pupliI, fity.
one of whomin ar in iho a Iv1~aned
grades. The schl i is in exeA
lent conidith~n and1( one mriainrg to
v ille, who Wl was confined to his be'd
for' somo1 timoi u ith feer, and1( was
just rOcovermi g. wats moned01(( t wo
wooks ogo ti t ho b thido of hiis
siater, Miss hil a Sto'n soii, whoki
oriticaIlly ill art thle h ome of W. 13.
B3r'amlett, nt I asley, ri'np111ed( whlile
t hero and palsse i awacy Mondaiiy
afE ernoon. His rinls wero0 car
riod1 brack to A bIeville for intor'
meln t. Doceased~ w is abtout :3:
years cf og'o anid uiinarird. lie
leaives sever'al b:rolhore6 aid sh t >rs
Irnd a host of frio, dj to mIIurnI his
gagem as the genoral maauge
tl.o store of his brother,L. C. Crai
lie is a successful merchant at
has dono good business. Duriu
their stay ho and his excellent wi
have made many friends who sih
corely regret their departure. 11
will resume business at Sene<
with his brother, L. C. Crai
May the greatest success atter
them. -Kojowee Courier.
-As tha Journal goes under
(ifferent management 1st of Jani
ary 1901, and will be on a diffre
el't halsm, the stockholders hav
lecided to make fimal settlomer
of the old business. It is ther
for iecessary to collect all a<
coun ts possible and disposo of thos
not collected. 'T'. C. Robinmso
will kenp the books until Tuesda
after Salerday in February ne
11d then turn them over to th
directors. Vhat they will do wit
I lin remains to be known but w,
would be glad for the delinquoi
list to be as short as possibbc
Come forward and bring your re
ceipts, so that the settlement wi
be final and satisfactory. t
Most all the old pupils have z(
turned to the Central High Schoo
and many now ones are coming i;
ror the remainder of the bchoc
y'ear. Central bids fair to rival al
aLher towns )f the county in schoc
matters. Come and help us an<
xe can havo as good a high schoc
is the state affords. The count
iweds it, the state needs it and wi
ied(l it. We have every reason tN
>O encouraged. Board can be ha<
it very low rates and tuition i
laced at one dollar for all.
It is earnestly desired that al
1"%V studints get in by the tenth o
On Dec. lAth, 100, Mr. Thoma
mer was happily married t<
0ies Corrio Crow at Portor's Chap
-1 church, lRev. I. N. Stone ofliciat
u1r. Goorgo Porter with Mis:
\.rdolla Stol- and Mr. Ed. Bra
elo witli Miss Sallio Porter wer
Atendants. Immediately after tht
I,!eiony, the paity repaired t(
h10 gr'cs ho' miie wh0r a magni
-ent. spread was made and every
)dy enjoyed thomselves. Th
intppy couple have the congratu
atiotm of many relatives an<
'1ri)ends Wl.o wish them a long
1ppy and prosperous journe;
The following statament wil
how something of the possibilitiem
f poultry raising even on a smal
cale. Th~e statement was furnish
d by Mr. J. B. Newbery as actua
esults from his experiments:
So ogs use.l 004 Don. Value $0 6C
" sol 30 "' "' 5 0
" e 36 " " 3.6
1c eeens sold 16.1
13 " itu d in fatally 14 8
Deduct from this the value o
6 dlozeni eggs set and there wil
ppearni a 1>alance of $42 .6.1 gros
uii hts 3 OCeived fromt 24 hens ii
he 'oumrse of ono1 year. By consid
lbrinig thme cost of feeding and at
mu ding to the poulitry, there wil
ople'tr a reasonatble proit, with th
:ejns still on hand,
As Ii hmaveni't scen anything froni
his n~ lace recently I will try t
Oive you a flw (lots.
I mpr)ies yourm imany readers tha
he ine iteenlth centuriy is past ami
V' are now entering the mnorninj
>f the twenttiet h, anld as I futlly be
i(ve2 at its endintg up judgmnen
lay ni ill be at handi~, let us mak
he pr...s. m t cen tur'y brighteor atn
2 (0r. pleasant than the old one fo
sie will never see atnother.
About twenty-one yearg atgc
\Irs. Nancy Wooten (nee Pressley
ait at cornt stalk stuck in her righ
eg below the kneeo, making her
:ripp~lle and ever since she has ha
:o go~ on C terches. About font
vocks aigo intflatmmta i m set in at
fter' much suil'erinig she passe
tway 0on thme 10th inst. She wa
ilmnost 75 years of age and a con:
sten t member of An tioch Baptis
-hmurchi. She leaves a son and tw
riand-childr'en with a host c
riends to mourn hi r death. lIc
'mflins weore interred today i
>ow Friendship cemetery, the fL
wrial ser'vice3 heing conducted b
R~ev. John TI. ILwi'.
lFarimcrs ar'e givin~g atttentLion t
thi'ri erck and brancht banks ge
sig thbemt in n ico order. Sp i
')t :sowinug Is at hand and we lo
for an eai ly spring.
Mr. and Mirs. W. E. Curtis at)
faiily .f Dalon1 , postoftice, woi
gue'sts att A. T. Wmichester's lam
S'atur iday and3( Sunda(sy.
Mr. andl~ Mrs. Rt. P. Prince<
Pinidor visited Mrs. Daniel Wit
choster last Satturday and Sundai
Mr, W. HI. Gilstrap visited h
drtnghter att Piedmont last woee
Mr'. Tho~mms Walkne who hi
been liv~ng with Mr. Silas HlinkI
Pi Cane Lre-k the past 27 yea
will1lhvo on the Ouonoy next ya
January 12 1901.
Ts FATU~T Sosed l
weather will permit.
Among the many visitors here
during the holidays were Dr. W. R!
e Hollingsworth, Mrs. John Hen
dricks, Mr. Pressley, Will Majors
and others of Texas, whQ are visit
ae "g t'e scene of their younger
' Lqgrippe i, abriad in the laud
and many of our citizens are strug.
gling in his clutches. They say he
a grip3 quick enough but is exceed.
. ingly slow in iel axing his grip o6
I. hi victims.
e There was more moving around
it during the holidays than over in
I. this section among the tenant
0 Among the changes in town we
n noto the following. W. S. Par.
sons and R. F. Shore occupy the
t the Joe 1unter house, he having
e iovod to Groenville. Job Smith
It jr. has bought and now Occupies the
e Chapman house vacated by W. S.
t Parsons. Tm (Blue) Smith 'has
. built and moved to town. S. 0.
Skolton has moved to his new rei
1 dence, A. O'Dell has moved to
I town. Berry M Whorter has
bought the old T. N. Hunter resi.
denco and moved in it. Thomas
Hunter of of. Twelve Mile Side has
built a dwelling on his lot piear J.
D. Smith and has mtoved in. Pal
mer Grear, John Gautt and F. F.
1oggs are to start today for Macon
Ga., whore they go to take a besi.
ness course in the Georgia-Alabama
Liberty, Jan. 4, 1901.
A TEXAS LETTER.
To The Jourail.
Valley View, Tex., Jan. 6, 1901.
I will write The Journal a short
letter as I pronised.
After leaving Greenville on the
12 :30 train, I reached Atlanta
about sun-set; my Chattanooga
train was just pulling out, but I
made a good run and caught it,
then for Nashvillo. I reached
. Memphis the next evening about 4
o'eluck and had two hours stay
there. I reached Fort Worth at
S11 o'clock the socond night and
aslept fivA hours and got ready for
my ride 45 miles over the Santa To
and Topeka R. R., and glad to
stato to you all I found my family
. all well, and kissed my baby boy
and distributed the nice presents
. to my wife and little ones. My
I wife ate the cake that Misses Min.
iiie a nd Bottie sent her while I play.
ed the Arkansas Traveler on my
violin, and rejoiced to be at home
once more with my loved ones.
Good-bye until next time.
I e Peerless eligiune. Good fix.
JASM . BA an, Easley, 8, C.
The Auditor or his deputies will
will be at the following places for
the purpose of taking tax returns
Sfor the fiscal year commencing
Jan. 1. 1901.
Six Mile, Wednesday Jan. 9. 1901.
Calhoun, Thursday " 10 "'
Cen1)tra I, Friday " 11 "
Catecchee, Saturday " 12
. Liberty, Monday ** 14 "
. asley, True, and Wed. *' 15-16"
Cross Plains, T1hursday n 17 "
e Looper's Shop, Friday " 18"
Hughes' Store, Sat. " 19 4
Pumnpkintown, Monday " 21
Iholly Springs, T1uesday " 22 "
Eastutoe, Wednesday " 28"
I i ile Creek. Thnursday " 24 'a
o P: ater's, Friday " ' 25 "a
After which time I will be in
t my oflice in the Court lHonse at
I Pickene', S. C.
Remembher the time expires Febl.
-mrary 20th 1901. All who do not
t. make returns by that time will be
3 required by law to pay 50 per cent
I peonalty for non returns. All re
r turns must be made by school dis
tricts. Please remember thais and
,if you do nat know your district
) ask your neighbor to tell you.
t Dec. 61. 1900. td. 8. A. Hlunt.
B. . GRIARfY.
o -DEALER IN
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
v eiling, and Weatherboard
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds, Leather and
t With all kinds of
f~ ENGINE AND PIPE FITTINGS.
. Also Engine and Cyinder Oil at
Is lowest prices.
c, Linseed Oil, Both Raw and
as Boiled for painting, and White
e Lead of Best Quality,
rs Give us a ~trial'before buying
B. 5s ORANDY.
loa and Warnanna ne na.
is all right, if you are too fi
and all wrong, if too thin alread
. Fat, enough for your habit,
healthy; a little more, or less,
no great harm. Too fat, consu
a doctor; too thin, persistent
thin, no matter what cause, tak
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Livq
There are many causes of ge
ting too thin; they all- con
under these two heads: ovej
work and under-digestion. -
Stop over-work, if you car
but, whether you can or no
take Scott's Emulsion of Co
Liver Oil, to balance yourse
with your work. You can't liv
on it-true-but, by it, yo
can. There's a limit, howevel
you'll pay for it.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Live
Oil is the readiest cure fe
"can't eat," unless it comes <
four doing no work--you can
ong be well and strong, withou
.omc sort of activity.
Tho genuine has
.his picture on it,
ako no other.
If you have not
rno it, send for
*ree sample, Its a
treeable taste wit
JC1TT & BOWNE
409 Pearl Street,
50c. and $1.00; all drugglete
I now have the boat seleote
P'ALL an~d WINTERI GOODS,
[4ADIES and GENTS SHOEl
Mr. Will Looper, of Dacusvill
is with me and will be glad to i
all his friendi.
"Come one como all,
N. A. JENNINGS,
120 Main at root, Greenville, 8. C.
of all kinds.
Dried and Dressed Lumber deli,
ered on short notice.
Parties wanting Lumber of ti
above kind notify us at least t4
days beforehand that the lm
may be thoroughly dried.
WV. F. H ENDRICKS & 1BRO.,
Table Mountain, 8, C.
I will sell the k
goods at prices
ish the buyer. I
and needthe m<
Fine Dress ( oqds, medmi
ed Di-ess G~oods, F1lannels,Fa
icoes, canton "1ancls, sheeting
h hosiery, undershirts mid d raw<'i
l ' Capes and cloalks, jeans 1)a
a no man will sell you better shot
' will. Fine shoes, ca-se shoes
mIn, women and children.
WEvry pair siustibe what I
funded. If you have never traded wi
r vinced tbatI (o what.1 advertiso.
r West End,
And buy your dr
The Heath, Bruc
That we sell the Celebi ated
VERTILTZES for corn :ird eo
of blood and hone and aiial n
ter. See us before yoi biv.
The 11eath, Br
THlE NICEST LINEC OF II(> 'U1V
eFURNISIN(5 I N TI'l1
ANXIOUS 'TO FIX 'lIM l'P
AND) SENI) '10M OL'T'
WHiElRE Ti11EV I1 T) Ill I
-MOST G~O(D )j4* 11Mi0 A NI)
WHAT YOU ('A N U'SI.
IW. 'Z. .M'IaZ.
Digests what yotu eat.
Startificially digests tt)se food and alds
ature in strengthiening and recon-*
structing the. exh~ated dligest ivye or
-- gans. it la thie I.ateodicIuovered dI igest
ant and tonic. No' oth'er preparation'
can approach it in effielency. It mn
etantly relieves and perniaunently cures
Dys ppea, Indigestion, Ilcartburn,
I Ulatulenice, bour Stomach, Nausea,
8ick Headache,Gastralgia,Crampits and
all other results of imperfect~digestIOn-.
saI la. ook'a .u u~o~dypsiu izie
Premeren by E.c. DeWITT A co.. chreao.O
YOUNO MEN WANTED,
with f-.aG uaf Alo, n~i i'IfY,
,. IaI road acconnin~ 11( pt' ri'e n g.
th~at mill ston.xa
have the goods
n Drss GodsChee-p Worst
ps, drss and woringshits
nis, Shoes. I still (lahin hl t
's for any les., mfoll than I
,eep she, 0od sho<_s, for
r gro iv tinmo b , t ria md i -r
f.? 11 o) )-% I r a n
A. K. PARK,
vilk , . C.
nt4s of all knd
Ca11 T,( N~
ec -, et ,c. %-m)u
e, Morrow C.,
l'it tor, li Itl llI i; no)nc I)ct..
Cae o owPic'
80MtE 0D08 AN3 kENDS
1 wvill sell: Plobw Steels:' to h
oud henisy : ne; \ru let f 1)y '(1
nn ite .0) :ears to iie. \.i ; N il
alI i~ ba :le; \'r l t l 2. t her Col -e
tlef; :ilin in~ Sidls f, ib cie in ;t
.ineI iof t h .-:1.I V ind : ., ofh t he
at.2. f i n sti.1. ; o e lih srp
lIi'irnuei alc**. cot; j,* .h iv xpres
po(kIt knve f 0I, 5i ''r a.5I 5(
gou; :s Of('okl sl'es ia elat at
A~crd .I M ., 'm 1(VK, lun:! f ,
\PJit'. know yoMIn p odt