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14 0DA 'ERUABX 8, 1894.
Vo 'W1 sond the JOURNAL and
t4 -omb Azb FAnm one year for
they are feasting on strawber
rieos:it .Augusta, Ga.
Lent onmeoced on Vedneiday.
Eastet eggs are now in order.
The new moon appeared last
Mrs, Litzio Capehart returned
hono Saturday from Gaffney's.
It is now abp,ut time to think
about gardoning. Our merchants
have the seeds.
Tho United States Court mot in
Iroonville, Monday. They have a
A .hirgo ..crowd is expoeted
a New Orleans to attend Mardi
The recording angel nover sooks
iformation from a gravostono.
The Exchango will be the head
.WrAkrs for the Pickens boys, dur
1g the United States court.
J. B. Newbsry is in Greonville,
tonding United States court as a
Miss Charlotto Murff is visiting
latives and friends in Greenville
Don't fail to read the advertise
.'nt of J. E Robinson, Easley,
I give him a call.
'ho County Comissioneo' court
a thronged Tuesday. with parties
3rostod in the roads under con
roln W. Thomas, of Dacusville,
3 in town Tuosday, attending to
.d cases in the County CoRmnis
J. L. Thornley is in Greenville
tending United States court in
a official capacity, as Commis
Deputy Marshals Lewis and Jon
ngs are in attendance on the
aited States court in the tranms
S. H.frown, of Field, was in
vni Tucmaday on business and -ro
ets farm wvork in his section as
.>gressing in a fair way.
Rev. J. M. Sanders, of Oconee
uinty, will preach at Mountain
-ov church, on the third Sun
y in this month, at 11 o'cl'k a. mi.
HIarried, at the residence of the
ido, by Rev. Robert Springfield,
January slt, Mrs. Sarah Alli-.
in to Mr. John Sathrlanmd. All
Miss Cora Bowo'n camne hoaie
mnday from the Willi~nun~s
m ralo colleige, where sbo has bien
ri1 . urso na ttoforence
W >f Prators, was
t .nd moado a pleas
* ' , IRNA L ofdico. lie
3 happy and namo~d the boy,
['he Ambler school district has
plendid school building nearing
ipletion. The piatrons are mask
pIrolparations for a fine school
V. A. Palmenr is puahing to comn
ion tho new store house of
ris & Son, which they expect
a to .occupy and fill with a fine
' of goods.
[arried, on the 4th Feb. 1894, at
residence of the bride's par
* , J. M. Porter, Esq., Mr. Harri
*Hunter to Miss Lizzie Porter,
of Pickens; Rev. J. M. Stewart
(arried, on the dth February,
L, at the residence of the bride's
mts, Mr. Norman Alexatider to
a Anna Porter, eld~t daughter
.. R. and Lucinda Porter; Rv
L Stewart otflciating,
Ied. Qatri'isoti, 9f.Qrydinville,
o'r G'coreaspaqe ing the JOURNAL
- 3t th4pAngl - of.'tis ..outty
w 0Ysut'teir neW/stdek -of
i, whil eillbereadyj for in
~rat of March.
~d fivo hundred
a : ') mo an witnessed the
.o, ~xd Mitchell fight. The
nsnme 'vas Nerrine Willis,
she was frd~m Louisville, Ky.
Wes dressed in male attire, and
arrie4 tethe light by the son
wesitdanker, of Montgome..
A joint stock odwpaby th I
capital of $6,000 has been organ
ized at Gaffney for the publiatio1
of a weekly paper. Capt. R. 0
Same will be the editor.
Rev. G. R. Shaffer preached a
very earnest and candid sermon tc
the young peoPle, last Sunday ir
the Methodist churoh, on the pre.
vailing mgin of. the day. Thor(
was more trtith than *poetry in v
good deal hde said.
There was an enthusiastic and
interesting meeting of the Trustoes
of the public schools, in the county,
hold in town Saturday. The causo
of education is engaging the attoii
tion of citizens and graid rosults
The colored pi troi.s (f the W1
Creek mchool ISL-ii. will plei
meot th 'Trustuos of said district
at Pickens oin te h instant, at
to o'cock .A. . .,. , l pulrpA t .
receiving certificatos of transferr
for their childron to other school
districts. W. 1. AuAioon,
In Suction 2. of tho ame0n(ed
act of 1888 published in this issue,
tho following orror occurs: "That
the tax so levied shall be repealed
at any subsequont meeting." It
should read "that no tax so leviod
shall be repealod etc."
The School Comnmissioner has
sont tickets of admission to Cloni
som college to the following young
men R. T. Hallum, Liberty, S.
C.; Honry Hunter, Central, S. C.;
Langdon Clydo, Easley, S. C.; o.
F. Boggs, Liberty, 8. C.
Saleaday was compua r., i vely qui
at, and not many 1)opl were in
town. The following lands wore
sold: In case of 13. .1. Crano vP.
Eliza Miles, et. al., 100 ires, to
J. E. Boggs, for $312; 22 acres to
C. L. Hollingsworth, for $140;
20 acres to C. L. Iollinigsworth,
for $250; C. T. Hutchings, et. al.
vs. J. B. Clydo, et. ul., 55 acre,
to Charles .Hutchings and Elbhu,
Gilst.rap, for $875.
Greenville, S. C, Feb. 8, 1894.
Attention nf our readors is spec
ially called to the Gum Roofing
and Paint advertised in our col
umns; it is ready for uso, easily
appliOd and a ver~y low pr'cen
liablu article. Notuhinig buttor for
a new roof, or an old1 roof needing
repairs. They will mail you a
samiple if you write them at once
and mention this paper.
Constab~le Elliott P~ardonced.
Governor TFillnmn yesterday re
cnivedl the ipa from Trial J1ois
tin'e BurneLtt, of Charltmston, in il e
case *of Conistable11 Elliott, conlvic
ted b1for h*im or I)' strilkin g i wa;
matn and seu'--n zrd ( sorvo thit
dlays in jail or pay a fine of $50.
The Governor at once wroto a par
donm for Elliott and it was sont) tJo
Chareton ye:.A..erday afternoon.
E!! 1iml h'.;mi r be int oil snA*.
the trial, anid will now he at liber
ty te-. rg where he p)les. N\o
trouble islooked for in Charleston
ini consequetnce uf the pardon, as
it hats been well known there that
lhe Governor intended to writo it
so sooni as he got the papers.
Mrs. T. S. Ihawkins. Chattanoo
ga. Tenn., says: "Shilohi's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.' 1
consider it the best remedy for
a de bilitated system I over used."
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
Sold by all druggists.
"fIlousoe fuis~thingii-gootis r a very
comphI)es~ive~ termi, ytI IL fails to COn-.
voy a clear~ id.ea of the vasg ao'sort.mient. of
atll we keep both Ilsefuil and1( ornann2tail,~ i
that is requiredo~ in finrnihlhinig P'arlo, Din
n~g-r'oom1, or Kitcen. t.Gnnangg
11AM COMP'A Nv. O,-ceiivlIe 8, C
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresh
ness and clearness to the corn
plexion and cures Constipation,
25 cts., 50 ets., $1.00. Sold by all
druggists. __ __
Just received a drove of exce'
lent MULES, which we are sell
ing cheap for cash or good pa~
per. Come on and get wnat you
.want before they are all sold.
R. 0. GAINEs & BRO ,
jan184t. Cen tral, S. '0.
Sitove. There Is niothing yd11 buy where
qualty shonkt be mnore 'carefuilly coniid
ered. We kee'p stoves of all grades, antd
gutaranitte every stoVe' wve sell, to be as
r epresenotedl. Gm Lat.Arni. DUnniAM CosM
| ANY, Greenoville, R. U.
Notice is hereby given that the
Third District Alliance will meet
at Belton on Friday, February
9th, at 8 o'clock, p. ii.
There will V ) f th<
sahool trustoes ol- ; Arl
No. 26. at Palostio
on the 10th of Fobru. .. .
ten o'lock. a.nm. All t I)
are requested to bopresen( "'
businiOss of iiliportanco t,. at.
tend to. B. D. MAULDIN,
C. B. T
SHILOII'8 CURE is sold on v
guarantee. It ctires Incipieni
consuiption. it is the besi
Cough Cure. Only one cent v
dose. 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1.00,
Sold by all druggists.
Ilucklens ArAica Salve.
I'le oest Salvo in the world for cut
bruises. sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fevei
b'ores, tetter, cliapped hanlds, chiilbliains,
corns, and all skin ertptions, and posit he,
13 cures piles, or 110 pay required. Ilt i
gutitranteed t4) ZIVe perfect satisfiction, oi
muoney refunided. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by W. T. McFall, Pickens. S. U.
Notice is h reby given that
the Policies of the Farmers'
lutual Fire .Insuralnce Absoci
ation vill not take etl'ect until
the first day of May, next,
The delay is caused by ,ick
ness, 'alld tinfavorable weather
for the agents to cauvass the
county. J. M. S'ric Anr,
Feb 1-4t Pres.
Esi iiiENDReCKs, (oOCi,, i11y
wife, having left my bed an(d board
wvithout cauIse, I hereby give notice,
tha t I will not be responsible fo1 debts,
onLtrael.s,1 or other lialilties incurred
by her, ,n:1 all persos u1aVfully
'liarboring her vill be dealt with ac
cor lingP to law.
I'Ceb. 8, 189.-.1
An agreeable Laxative and NERuvE TONIC.
Bold by Druggists or sent by mall. 25o.,60o.
and ,10O por package. Samples free.
Ol O The Favorite TOOT! POWDIR
K H for the Teeth and Breath,25e.
Vaptain Sweeney, U.s-A.,SanDiego Cal
says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the' fir
medicine I have ever found that would do mo
any good." Price 0ets. Sold by Druggists.
Tmis GnIAT CoUan Cunz prompt1yetres
no r.val; has cured thousands, and will omwd
You,if takenintime. Irico25otu., 09tu., L1..
P I LLS.
The onily genuine cure( for Lost Manuhood,
lI vhnsted Vitality-, WVealr \ilmo-y, Pailpi
taitionl I of h heart, Prenmtuir' l1-eny, I~Lck
of conid~encee, Inliliity of thle Married (.i
tiihir Sex,) and1( Despfonldency', ali of wichl
fol'low ini the trail oif youlthfull Errors, LIni
-'rudenie and11 Excess.
I 7- iively guamrantee these0 P'ils to do
ver. t hing I clahiitu for them1l-so1 stronig is
* brjih in thiemi that you can returnl thiem
f t .. y (de not( help) you.
To initrodluce these Pills I will sen~d a
hirge ONa D~oLLAn PAcI(AOE, wihel (olght
to) be Sllhidienlt to curo anyi, caise of ijehilIit.y,
fur only 20c. : eneclose ten two-eent. st.iitnpls
in a1 lette'r with your11 atddre~ss writ tenl plin
ly, and11 you wiill receivo thle Pill By return11
WVith the positive assuranice oni my1 palt
that you1 will never01 regret the 'day tlihat. you
calrne iln possession (If this priceless retnedy,
whs iniliuenice beidesl restoring ihe Vital
force, elxtends1 itsel (to the intel levt t fau
culties, elevating the1 emotions, d ispe~ lig
thie han111 of life and restoring its lhhissing,.
110e(d tilt ifollowin~g tesltinlioil~s as to
whethIer 1 am1 cuin ig people4 or' not.
"'Thei trial piackage of Nervons IDebility
.11. M. WVxnsTRa, Wa~ltonl, iowa.
"Send me01some more of these Pills as
those41 you senlt.114 me done111 nie) aIll good(
Iita I thou~lght I would soend for mloCre of
"' Find1 stamn ps encelosedl for two more1 pacik
alges of your N errons D~ehiliity Pills as thost
I got. of yo u before done0 11 m 1101oregiad than11
anly 1nedi1ine L1 have '( ever taken.''
En. Vin1 SsTONx, Fri'eericksburg l', 0.
"'1I0eeivedl the mledlicinel, 1 think it good
Joux1 WIExx(s, Broadlndis, Iii.
"T ri'4(4ived VII your14 meicin ami am1 v11 er;s
readly. Encelosed in money10II~ for anoIlthi
$500 -R EWA RD
will lbe paid for a case oIf loost Mlanhiood
Exhaiusteud Vitality, Weak Memoriiy, lPa 1p)
tat ion of th41iellar, Prema~t tr )ecay , I ~iil'
(of Conithlene, fniiilit.y of the' 1 Mariedl 4)
either sex, ando D eslponi' eny, t.hamt I enl(I
Now a fteri readlintg the abo14ve if youl 1ha1v
nlot s40nd, bult if you)1 really want, to get, eir.
1d II nn ndiil vl gualranltee to cureC youi.
manily year1S and4 dulring myl experienci'
ne~ver en1in1( acrossn quIte as' goodl ai remedvii
fori Nervous Debliilty as I offer heore-it 'h
one of the most04 vahtable remedIes ever (dis
ioveried and1 if I was11 a yOtinlger porson
wuildI advertise it everywhere at $1.00
Paickagie, but get 1in eli along ini yeari
aind having ailready made a fair sized for
tun e in my meiidica ll'ractice, I have n1)olde
Sile nowii tom get richl, all i enre for now it t<
they may13 enjoy this life. Nowi rOeembe)1
that for a short time14 longer I will sendo yor
ONE laAn((l P'(AIKo 01F Tnil(E lu1,s if 3'4)
will wvrap upl two dhn1e1s atul 50end toi n11
withini tenl day1s lifter you receive tis 111
per, I hmopo to hlave the pileasure oIf hear inj
f romi vo(Il at once0. ?Oroeyu rfrt
Will I he sitec'essitulordyopeert
relmainl a lifelonlg sufferer?
Enlhlio twoi 41imo10 inl youlr letter, (aml
ltend~ at 011ce to
Dr. A. H. Smith
AVON, ?. Y.
and4 yolu will recve a I large One D)olla
Paclkalge by return mai1l1.
D~octor smiith is reliable and14 mlerit. pull
lie conflidenlce. Novi. 2a, 189t3,
wenme '. - I Inigestion and
It ('ur.' -. . ?y till dealers it
This Space is Reserved for the
new firm of
JONES & GARRISN,
Who will Open at the old stand of
PAuK & JONES, 9 PIendle oul Street,
on or about the 1st of Mareh, with
an entiro new stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND
Our Mr. A, J. 'Jones wvill leave in
a few days for Nev Yoik, B)ostmo,
Philadelphia aid Baltimore, for th1
purpose of buying the slock; and at
tile greatly reduced price for gools
the coming seasoi, we will be in po
sitiol to offer to the tradl, goodIs at
lower prices than ever shown in this
city; and solieit your patonage.
A. Ja(x Jomi.s,
P. S. --As it will be seep that th.e
firm of Park & J onles has di.lve, 1
(10 mlost siincerely inanlk myl f riendis
and the plibl.: ill gaineIal fO. th-iu
kindniess in1 the- pant. Mn.1 e.n tIinly
pr-nnIlise thLem1 that ikr the. lint oA
IMIrlh, I call make it liiorei jo.. y rill
interest. to deal withl mie than er
b-fore. A. JACK .JN:s.
If 1'on Wnuit A n. I *,hin
oGFCALL~ ON M1C.
Dry 9oods, Notions,
Boots, $hoes, Cro
and a full line
of Farm Sup
I can give you a low (VMure 6l0
Flour and F~arintg Imlflhnetruts5.
.JoIns C. ha.v is with me nd 1( will
be paleaserd to have is fr'iends call oni
J. E. ROBIN8ON,
Eae ,S. (C., I' Li. x. i- y.
CU M-E LASTIC
costs oly 8-.00 per 100 squarie feet.
MaIkes a goodl roof for year's, a 1nd anly.
o1cll 1in put i. 1
Grn-ElrAsil- PA IN'l cost onily 6(1
cenits lptr gal. in lbhl. lots, or $.50T
for 5gial. tubw. Coloi darh redl.
WVill st op leaks in tin or iron roofs,
anfd will last for years. T tr.
Send( stampljs for samiples ailid full
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING GO,,
39 & 41 West Broadway, NEW YORK.
I.->cAu, AGENTVS \YANTE J).
Fe b. 3, 1894.--6m.
NEW GOODS JUST
CHRISTMAS GOODS COMING
Dry Goods tobe sold ehke p
Arbuick1's Coiee at 25 ech
Yoi can saeO money by
buying goods from me.
Jamies E. Brown's,
Centrail, S, C.. Nov. 30. 93
. Vs YOVIt 1A cK ACIIER2.
Or you1 are all worn OUt, really good for nothing
Itwill cureou 1 nd jivo a god appetito SoI4
All other stovws have tak.
en a back seat.
Cill anl seour Brgain Counter, In
CDX & SEIGLER,
131 Main Street,
nR1EENxVI;,LM, - .- S. (,
T'. iH. fhTIA Ih, Mantager.
J:11n. '25, 91-- f.
I thank my friends and patrons foi
their very liberal patrtagc durnig
the past year.
. Ihae d one my 1best to give You
grulds : ivinig prices, and thle people
hav gi ven me n hberal share of their
paiut.>ago, (4or whiclh I am grateful.
Iurim the present year I shall <k
Imy Itm. wost to Ilerit a continullance of
V0our. tradlthe sale Cash policy
'will be adhllred to-n1othing chargej
I ],hv a Car I.cAad of FLOUR. at
En'-Ily nw, boIlht cheiap by th<
Uar. Until it is all hauled away
which will b. ii a few days, I wil
sell yI a splon lid flhur, gooI nougl
for anw, a 25 per barrel. II
you :1r iot s: isled with it. I wil
t ake it bol k11and pay )( I'u for 1 han1
ieg. ThI o1ffr i for , and in hat
ret lots, :11A will not last long, s'
C011 at. oWe.
Ire tlelots It plows anld ic arn
iny tolIs soron to arrive.
Juist re~ci- a b ig lot of ,Jentr
ai Sir ire Cloth. Goodl Jeanis:
10'* par ya*.rd.
.\w goois just recived from au<
Irn shioe lusts, comp11lete, witj
three ietl, for 500e.
NaT~ils aill sizes, cheoaper tha edl(vel
Alhl myI former prilces hold good.
Go~ tl molass5es 2.ac. per gallon ii
'oul('to 10see mne, alld bring 11O ii
Yours for trade,
Pickens, S. C , Janm. 18th~, 1894.
wter i~tet, I150( lire test, only 1 50
FOR THE PHOLKS.
What we want to call atter
tioni to no0w is simnply this:
Homle-made Shoes, 11on1a
made Bridles, lHome-mnad
HIalIters, Home,-made 11arnest
Old Meni's Shoes, Old Won
en's Shoes-a-ll ma ide of 1Hom)
Tinnetl Leathe r antd wvill stan
woar, and1 nre all lit in qua
ity and fit.
We also have al nlice lot <
Sole Leather.1, Harn~tess I edi
er antd Lutc( Letathier, i'
Lasts, Shoe Pegs and Bra
W. T. McFALL.
I~ 51 RIRIE Clvil EnIgI .ecr
* e.srveyor, Greenvllo, S. ('
Spech a ;ttniton given to "'Subdwivis
of lahnd,"' TIerraeing and( 1suati!lon
\Oni1ce 881 Main St. over F'( tonst B,
Jami 25 94...-3,.
A solid-Gold Ladies' WatchI
A solid-Gold Gents Wafch fr
A Gold-f iled Ladies' Watch:
Same guaranteed foi 20 year
A gentleman's Gold-filled W
teed for 15 years,
Same guaranteed for'20 year.
We also have a large stock o
Jewelry and Holiday Goods at
66 Main Street,
We have'a larger n
than we wnast at I
"yeal, and have de
none of ICtII over.
tho RED LETTE
them today. 11C0]
jever scen the'same g
it you ailt 0110.
Janunary, 4, 1894,
(Successor to Unrtc
VEHICLES, of all kinds, Ha
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Sol
Shoe Findings, Ba
Vehicles, Kentucky ~
Co's "Old Hickory We
factu ring Co's Columl
I- WeMk he-et
omd2 .5..up t
rom $10up. '[
5 from $15.00 .
,tch from 12.00 ) 9p
1fr0m $16.75 up.
P SilvQer aind Nickel a
reduced piices. Call atid S4
Gr reenville-, 8,cs
le fo r Cashk,
uber of overcodts
his season of the
termi d to carry
Come and look at
R prices madc'on
W1r thanl you have : 2
oods. Brimg CASFI
th cf Br1stow.
Gre'enville .8. 09
Fo EIA TES,
s~ & Ferguson,]
ARNESS, Robes, SADDLES,
e Leather, Shoe Uppere,
by Carriages, Coat
us Buggy.. Oo's Elegaht
N a g o ri ~anufacturina
agons," the Pope Manu
Hamness House im the State.
Greenvi11e, S. V.
LIE, S. C0
WAQONS in the Ot\