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13, e.p1's Jourx)&l
THUSDfAY, JANUABY 25, 1894.
W A I PRAGRAPHS.
We will send the JOURNAL and
rhe Houx AND FARM one year for
J. H. Newton went to Batesburg
add4McFall, of Wilson N. C.,
i visiting his Uncle, W. T. McFall.
Pen eh'1iwo in the advertisoment
y Jag~ . 'ruce & Co., this weok.
b for Federal officos
'aierous in this coun
Col..W. E. Welborn, of Oconoo
ounty, visited his sons near town
L. E. Childress, Esq., visitod
renyille last wook on profession
Andrew Cureton, of Greenvillo,
8aited his .ncle, Dr. J. D. Cure
f)n, this week
John Mears loft town Monday
'')r Ashville N. C., and will prob
bjy locato near that town.
.J. F. Wells is finishing up and
uttiug on the ornamental work of
1. H. Ashmore's building on Low
Mrs. Lettie Newton, wife of Rev.
. C. C. Newton, Missionary in
Ppin, visited relatives and frionds
ear town last week.
Mrs. J. L. Thornloy, who has
son on a visit to her parents, Mr.
ad Mrs. 0. H. P. Fant, at Seneca,
)turned home Monday.
H. C. Markley, of Greenville,
'ou want carriages,
one give him a call.
Cox or minur, of Greenvillo, has
'nothing of interost in this issuo
' the JOURNAL to say about their
no of stove. Read their adver
Perry F. Thorniley has matricu
tod for a courso of law in the
fico of Bowen & Childress. Wo
ah him rapid progross in his
this circuit began at
Monday with Judge
* on the nnh. It
an wa at Picko~ns on tho
at Monday in March.
H. 0. Bowen, Esq., returnod-last
ock froum a prospec'ting tour in
xas. Hie wasn much lease~5d
thLi the Stato and may locate
e to practice his profession.
J. E. Sirrin~o, civil engineer of
eonville, has his .card in the
MRNAL. If you wish any survey
jterracing or any work in his
* e, he will be plnased to serve
H.arried on the 18th instant at
i residence of the officiating
*nister, Rev. G. R. Shaffor, Miss
mjie Mauldin, of Pickens coun
to Mr. Lewis Goslin, of Green
r'wo children of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Lewis, of Eastatoo Township,
*d last week. Ono was three
.rs old and the oilher throo
niths. The bereavedl paronts
to the sympathies of the entire
amunity in their irreparablo
I. Lewis says that Leowis & Son
I1 occupy their new building as
ias they can get the saw mill
cut and dress their lumber. In
>meantino they are rushing
ode at rook b~ottOm p~rice. Call
d see them. You will get your
>ney 's worth.
Rev. R~. W. Seymour preached
a salutatory sermon to his new
,ck in the Baptist church Sun
.y mornmng, and also preached at
ght. He made a good impress
wo the people of this towni and
a ministry promises to be bless
I with good results.
Jamios P. Bratehor, a y'oung man
rFCentral Township, was oxamiin
I by Drs. Earlo and WVilliams last
oek in the Probate court andl was
3pIarod a lunatic .hy Judge New
*rry. Hoe left Tuesday in care of
[. A. Richey for Orduumbia, where
o will* be confined in the Asylum
tr medical treatment.
The poultry show, which was
eld in Greenvillo dluring the last
*eek was quito a success. Many
aluable preiums were given to
be prize winners, and the exhibits
f birds were very good arnd oxcell
ed any over held in the Piedmont
elt. -Piekenis should be ready to
iko' nart ini the r, onx
Maj. E. B. Murray, of Anderson
was in town Tuesday.
Miss Ola Hollingsworth visited
relatives and friends in Greenville
W. J. Dufflo, of Columbia, was
in town Tuesday, returning hie
lands for taxation.
J. F.'Roborts and wife, of Paris
Ten'n., are spending a while at the
Zade Cox. and Samuel J. Ash
moro are visiting relativos and
fWionds in Greenville county.
The pension board, which has
been in session for several days,
has just completed its work. There
are sixty iames on tho roll.
Mr. Mark Prince, who resides
with his son, E. J. Prince, near
town, is critically ill and is not ex.
pected to live more than a day or
Mrs. H. A. Richoy and daugh
ter, Nora, who have boon visiting
relatives at Oainlosvillo, Ga., ro
turned home last Saturday. They
wore accompanied by Mrs. Fannie
Evatt, a sister to Mrs. Richoy, who
will spend some time here.
Mrs. Mosor, wife of G. W. Moser
of Old Pickens, died at her homo
on the 16th instant. She was
about fifty years old and was a
consistant membor of the Metho.
dist church. She leaves her hus
band and four children to mourn
Mrs. Naomi Mauldin, widow of
the late Benjamin Mauldin, died
on the 15th instant at the home of
her son, Allen Mauldin, in Dacus
Yillo Township. She was 77 years
old and has been for about forty
yoarE a devoted and consistent
membor of the Methodist church.
She leaves three sons and two
daughters, and many relatives to
mourn her death.
To the Executive Board of the
Twelve Mile Bapt:st Association:
Brethren of tho board, I soo the
State Board has sot aside $100 to
tho Twelvo Mile association. I
don't think tho intention is to
give it, whether wo give or not,
but I sulpposo they expoct us to
give another $100.
Would it not bo for the henefit
of the cause, toe hold a meeting and1(
engage a Iman by the day and seo
if he could niot get up money to
balance the $100 giveni hy the~
board, or at least, to pay for. what
time he workls. B. H~oicunn.
Scuoom, HLoURa 'rO LE'.-TheO
Trustees of Mauldi n School d is
trict, No. 14, will be0 at the bridge
across Goldon's Creek near W. E.
McCollumr's, on Monday, the 29th
instant, at 10 o'clock a. mn., for the
purpose of letting to the lowest
responsible bidder the building of
a school house at said place.
Plan and specification made known
on day of let ting.
T1rustes reserve the night to re
ject any and all bids.
LABAN MAULDIN, C. B. T.
There will be a call meeting of
the Pickons C. HI., alliance Friday
.January, the 26th 1894. All momi
b~ers wishing to buy guano, are re
quested to be present,
M. 0. LooPER, Soc.
Just received a drove of excel
lent MULEiS, which we are sell
ing cheap for cash or good pa
per. Come on and get what you
want before they are all sold.
11. G. GAINES & BRO.,
jan184t. Cen tral, S. 0.
KARL'S CLOVER BOOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresh
ness and clearness to the comn
plexion and cures Constipation,
25 cis., 50 cts., $1.00. Sold by all
There will be a meeting of the
Glassy Mountain alliance on thme
27th of Jan uary 1894, at 2 o'clock
p. mn. T1hie speaking will ho p)ublic
let all come. JOxl, U. MILHa.:m,
SHILOII'S CUlm in sold1 on a
guarantee. It cures Incipient
consumption, it is the best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose. 25 ets., 50 ets., and $1.00,
Sold1 by all druggists.
Rices' Alliance will moot at the
regular place of meeting Saturday
the 27th of January, 1894,-at 8 o'c'k~
p. mn. All the brethren art reques.
ted to be p~resent. W. T. O'DEL,T
There at e a greatL many thinga beslde
the prices to be consldered in buyinp
Stove. Tlhere 13 notig you, buy where
quaalty should be more carefully consid
ered. Weo keep~ stoves of alt grades, and
guarnteei' every stove we soel., to be at
Aerq.*Mtd O LRE4Arn.DuxflAM~ oe
n0e Brushy Creek correspor
ent of the People's Advocato st3a
It Is said Mr. Ross Hondors
will soon wed ono of Pickons cou
ty's fairost young ladies. .Ho h
his house almost completed.
Miss JosioC. Robiinson, a you:
lady of Pickons county, is toachil
school at St. Paul. She is doii
Miss Lidio Bowen and Miss
Dolla and Jossio Richey visit
theso parts last week. They we
accompanied by Mr. Walter Humr
all of Pickons county.
Wo vonturo thle assertion th
Miss Emma Allgood keeps scho
as noar all (lay as any teacher
the county. She is trying to
her best in teaching the your
poplo to count, giving cards
tho onos that count the most co
rect, and not allowing thoin
trado whilo in school is a got
"llouse fin rtishiig-gooeds" iF a yo
comprelenlve term, yet it fails to co
vey a clear ilea of the vast assortment
all we keep both useful and ornamenti
that ls reg.fred1n furnishing Parlor, DI
fig-room, or Kitchen. GILREATn-D;u
HAM COMPANY, Orcenville S. C
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattano
ga, Tenn., says: 'Shilol's N
taliter 'SAVED MY LIFE.'
consider it the best remedy f<
a debilitated system I ever used
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidm
trouble it excels. Price 75 cent
Sold by all druggists.
Are broken down from o\crwork or hotmiob
cares Brown's Jrei Bitters
rebuilds the system. ataa digestion, removes e
cess of bile. and enres inaaularla. Get the glnuL
Use Brown's Iron Bitter.
Physicians recomnend it.
All dealers keep it. 51.00 per bottlo. Geuin
has trado-mar: and crossed red lines on wrappoi
T E. SI1tINE, Civil Engl .eer a
U surveyor, Grecnville, S. U.
Spechl attention givenl to "Subdivis8
of iand,"1 Terracing and Estimation
Office 889 Main St. over Felton's no
Jan. 25, 94-3m.
P I L L S.
Thle, only genune euro for Lost Matnhoc
EHxhaustled Vitali ty, Wear Memory, Pail
tattion of ihe heart, Prematuro Diecay, La
of ConafidnlIce, Inability of the 'married
ther sex,) and I.er.s1ondency, all of whi
follow in tito trail of youthful Errors, I
prudaence and Excess.
1 postively guaaranteui thtese Pills4 to
overythinag i claima for thaem-so strong
mny faith in thlema that you cani returnt th
if they dte noit hlpj you.
TIo inrtroduce theses P'ills I will seand
large (ONE D OLLAO PACKAGE, whichh oua
to lbe sunlicienat to enure any case of D ehlai
for only 2)'.: enaclose ten two,-renit sttant
in a let'ter wvith your addaress wvrittena pha
ly, 'andi you will receive the Pills aby reta1
W ith, the pos~it ive. assuarnance on nay p
tata you will naever regret the day that .s
camaae in possessionl oaf th1 is priceless remaae
whose intiluencra besides resator'ing the Vi
force, extends itself to the inatelleeltual
cualties, aelevating the emotions, dispelli
the bane of life andl restorling its blessinaa
Itead theo Ifol lowinag testimaonals asa
whether I amn curing people or niot.
"Thae trial package of Nervoaas Debit
Pills you sent done mne good. I was tr<
bledt witlh whant I called Rheumratismn in1
thaighas anid thaey taetped aane wonaderfually.
Hi. M. WanS-rnu, Walton, lowna
"send mec some more of thaose Pills
those you sent mec done me so mucha ga
that I thaought I would send for more
JoHN WArKKIs, Colliugton, N. C
"Findl stamps1) enelosedl for two mgr~e pai
ages of your Nervous DebIlity Pills as tht
I gaot of youa before doneme nciore goodl th
atny medicinae I haatv ever taken."'
En. FInasroNJ,Frederlekisburg, U
"Rleceaived thae maedlicine, I thilnk it goc
ill order saomet miore.
JouaN WIENKS, Ilroadllands, Ill
"'I reaceivedl your meidicinie anda anm vt
mnucha ple:asedl with it; it has herlpedl me
ready. Enelio5ed fi in oneaay for Itanotl
T1. M. ANusoN, Westville, 0
$500 R EW A RD
will lbe paid for a case of Lo1st Matnhos
ExhnaustedI Vitality, We'atk Memnory, Pai
taitionj of thae H eart , Praemaatuare Deeny, La
of C'onathience, I nabhility of the Marriedt
eaitheir sex, andl De)spamndency, thaat I camt
Now after readling the above If you he
anay doublts abouaat, mae or* miy mueaiciee
not send, but If youa rally wanit to get e
eat I cnn anad will gaarateeca to cura you,
haave baeen a Practicing PhysIcian for a gr<
manay years anda during may expaerlenet
naever ameaaa across quilte aa good a remae.
foir Nervous D~eblty as I oler here-it
one of the maost valablhae remnedies ea er a
covered anda If I wvas a youanger persoii
would avertise It everywhere at $1.0
Packiage, tbut getting, welt altong in ye
and having already adae a fatir sized
tune in may meadicalI practie, I have nao
sire ntow to get rich, all I cnre for ntow It
See how man ay peoptle I cain euare, so t
theoy maaay enjoay tis life. Nowai roeem
that for a shaort tinme longer I will send
ONx LAnaon PACKCACE oFr THraosR FnLLS if I
wrill wrapl uap twvo dlnaes and send to
withinm teaa adaysa aftetr you receive this
per, I haapte to haave the ploeasuare of haear
f romt youa at. once.
Will I bet succe~assful ? or do you prefei
ra'aaaina a li fe. lang saufferer ?
Encaieset twoa adiames in yoaur letter, a
sendat at aonce toa
Dr. A. H. Smith,
AVON, N. 3
andaa yaaa wil receive a lairge Onae Dol
Packatge lay retuarat maitl.
Docatoar Smaitha ist reliable and maertasp
lie conilldenc~e. Nov. 23t, 18o
GOOD LAND FOR SALE.
All that tract of Land lying
Pickens County, on head watori
GIregory Creek, waters of Twe
Mile liver, adjoining lands of
Abercrombie, Thomas Durhamu, J.
Hlagood and others, containing
acres, more or less. This land
well locatod about four miles fr
Piokenms, and is well timbered,
most of it being in original forest.
Terms easy, and p rice very lI
Apply to T. C. Robinason, Pick<
That aare"440MOR ORag
re ,,*-r fteumalea e o sa
it me. =ony a ae.
in atetoyou, de
r- I have a fine lne of
of CIGARS, the best 5 cent Cigarette,
, and the old Coluubia Cheroot--l the
n best in town, five for 10,ccnts.
It- I carry a nice line of fresh fancy
Fresh SODA CRAOKERS all the time,
and the best. CAxND OYS'TERS you
hr ever seen. Come and see them.
- Will not be undersold.
y Just received a lot of TIN-WARE -
s. will sell them cheap.
Iuve plenty of Pow1VER, Snor,
CAPS and SIEL8, for the boysq. Dy
Ld namite Fuse and Blasting Powder to
blow the rock out of the wells.
Also, receiving a lot of heavy DRY
GOODS, such as OheeksS-irting,
Sheeting and Drilling. A good lot of
See my FLOUR and get prices
before you buy.
A. M. MORRIS.
E' h b'" jna g ei I!ved onr STO'( I
YIOF~ GO)l) ror the presenI
~rt s.engo,, whaieb w-- offer at thbe lowest
ti Wer keep constanutly on band a
fa- goodl supply ot
.BACQN, FLOUR, SUOARS. C()FFE1HS,
to M0LASSKS, 'I'EAS, HIATS,
SH OE9, CLOTHING,
D iR Y U 001 D i,
Also, FARMER~s' TOOLS, and every
.lhng neceded for Farminig-purposes.
as A. G. WYATT
EsaSy, S. J,
rrl. 4R DIO
they~/ mus t pay thefidlerxo
of n westtn he smce ougai
hE. ou Yeright w n thrwotat iete
sayt to thos ho haet doe
omto ato dome gain this yoe
mdtheymspa th fddro'
m wit us . T . manwhAsLdL.s
The Partnership existing between
Par'i & Jones IVill expire.the 1st day
of March, 1894, and they intend to
turn everything into money by that
Worth of Dry Goods and Shoes to be
sold at and below cost. As we have
:)nly been in businees for three years
we have no old stuff to run off, buy a
nice clean stock of goods will be of
Fered to you for less than you can buy
them at wholesale.
Those who have read our advertise.
ment in the past know that we do ex.
Actly what we say.
We feel very grateful to our friends
for the kindness they have shown us
during our business career and trust
that they will not loose this opportu
iity of doing both themselves and us
good, III this short length of time.
All persons indebted to the firm
will plea6e settle as early as possible.
No goods will be charged from this
date. N: goods sent out on approv
Everything in the house has been
re-marked in plain Red F'igures, so
there will be no confusion in selling
Then that Red Ink means that not
one cent more nor less will be taken
Park & Jones.
Gronville, S. C,
November 18, 1893.
I thank my13 ficods arnd patrons for
their very, lhberal patro1nage durimg
the past yegr.
I have done mykest to give you
goods at living prics, and the peop~le
have given me a liberal share of their
patronage, for which I am grateful.
During the present year I shall do
my utmost to merit a continuance of
your trade, andi the same eash policy
w iIllie adhtered to----nothi ng charged
I have a Car Load of FLOUR at
Easley no0w, bought cheap by the
car. Until it is all hau led away,
which will be in a few days, I will
sell y'ou a splendlid flour, good enough
for any one, at $3.25 per barrel. It
you are not satisfied with it I will
take it back and pay you for haul.
ing. This offer is for 5 and 10 bar
rel lots, andl will not last long, so
comfe at on1ce.
Tremendous lot of llows and farm
inig tools soon to arrive.
Just receivedl a big lot of Jeans
andl Suiting Cloth'. Good Jeans at
10c. per yard.
Newv goods just received from auc.
Iron shoe lasts, complete, with
three feet, for 50c.
Nails, all siztes, cheaper than ever.
Let ine price you nails.
All my former prices hold good.
Sugar 5c. per pound.
Good molasses 25c. per gallon in
5 to 10 gallon lots.
Come to see me, adid bring me in
Yours for trade,
Pickens, S. C., Jan. 18th, 1894.
airN. 1B. Best Kecrosine Oil, pu1re
water white, 150 fire test, only 15c.
tilmt en. hrlbowi4er
Gold and ,Goldwflleed
LOWER TH'AN EVER KNOWN BEFORE.
-- .Just Think of It
A'solid-Gold Ladies' Watch from' $19.00@up.
A solid-Gold.Gents Watch from22.5Q up.
A Gold-fled Ladies! Watch fron)4$10,0 up!gne'ant dor
15 yearIs. arnqI r
Same guatranteed for.20 years from $15.00 gj.
A getlenans Gold-filled Watch from $12.00 up, gua
teed for 15 years,up adif
Same guaranteed for 20 years frin $16.76 up.
We also have a large stock of Silver and Nickel Watchei,
Jewelry and Holiday Goods at reduced piices. Call and 8e
us, d e
66 Main Street, Greenville. 8, C,
Overcoat Sale for Cash,'
We have a larger'nuuber of overcoats
than we want:at this seaHon of the
year, and have determincd to carry
110ne of Itheim over. Come and look'at
the RED LETTER prices mado'on
Itheim today. Cheeper than you" havo
ever seen th1'samiiegoods. Brig CASH
it you m ant one.
Simith sf Brstow
January, 4, 1894.
EUGENE F. BATES,
[Successor to Bates & Fcrguson,]
VEHICLES, of all kinds, HARNESS, Robes, SADDLEB,
COLLA RS, BR IDLES, Sole Leather, Shoe Uppers,.
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Coat
Wagons, Ciri's Triciclee.
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's IElgant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturing
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
factu ring Co's Columbia Bicycles.
1~argest Bumy, Wagon and Harness House 111 the State.
Greenville, S. V.
Gree nvIlle, 8. 0.
100 BREWST ER BUGGIES !
Cheapest ever Offered.
We "Make The Best WAGONS in the SOUTH
H. 0. Mlarkley, Prop' r.