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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1894.
'e will send the JOURNAL and
Ih- HOME AND FAMU one year for
[. 0. Bowen was in Groonvillo,
4r. W. L. Cobb, of Richmond,
was in tho city, Friday.
'rank H. Word, of Now Yok, is
istered at the Hester House.
diss Lillio Bryant is visiting her
ther, Auditor Bryant.
'liss Stella Newbery is visiting
).tives in Easley this week.
M1r. W. Prico and Mr. McDade,
Ashville, N. C. are at the Thorn
\Iaj. E. B. Murry, of Anderson
r, is attending court hero this
Messrs. B. Lewis and Duff Stow
t visited Gronville last Thurs
Julius E. Boggs, Esq., of the
ntinol, attended Courdf at Wal
Ila last week.
Mr. John W. Butler, of Athens,.
I., paid the city a short-visit last
Prof. O'Hanloi, our Offncioni,
hoolma stor, visited friends and
latives in Soenaca, last week.
J. I-I. Brown, one of Liberty's
4ost popular merchants, was in
io city last Saturday.
Tho frionds of Mrs. Thomas Wol
orn will be sorry to learn of her
Col. R. A.Thomson, of the Wal
alla bar is attonding court hore
John R. l:llengor, Esq., cf Greon
ill, is attonding court hero this
Dont fail to hoar A. Charles
'ilden deliver his fatmous stump
pech next Friday night in the
Ad Court Ill7v.
We notice in tie Columbia Jour
al wheoro H onl. Geoorgo D). Tillimi
as boon1 ii nmed as5 a canid ida to for
ove'rnor of Southl Caroulina.
M rs. L. E. Cildr(ess5, who has
monI on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
TV. Lewis, returned homo last
Judge I. D. Witherspoon, of
ork, M. F. Ansel, of Greenville,
.Wyatt Aikon, of Cokesbury, are
the Trhornley house.
Hlomer A. Richioy, who is attend
Sschool at Clemison College, is
hiome on a visit t9 his paens
. and1 M rs. H.' . lAichoy.
)on't fail to see Franik2L. Word
-the 01(1 Court House, next Fri
- Evening, in his famous p)lay,
* tlod "Qmick, I am dead."
r. Robert Kirksey has his pro
onial cardl ini the JounNAL, and
givo his enitiro time to his
Lico. His ollico is at his new
* .n1c( on Main Street.
illis Stansell died at his home,
a lonioy, on the .1st instant.
as ab~out 80 years old, and
* a wife anid seven children
* urn his (leath. . ..
rinE MEMBEI(s Olf 'HE PIQga
.1H. A LL1AUEx.-You are re
d to bejosent at the next
rmeeting of the Alliance.
J. Tr. LooP'ER, Pros't.
Zachoery andi wife, of Bro..
N. C., passod0( through the
ni thir w.~ay hiome from Con
:hore they have been for the
vook visiting Mr. Zackory's
Mrs. Jofl' Gassaway.
m nany fionds of Zade Cox
'gladl to learn that he has
+ work in the Government
ig oluico in Washington, at a
* of $100 poer mionth%
ill p~roach at Twelve Mile
*Ground, 3d Sundlay at 11, a.
a at Mount Bethel, at half
* o'clock of the same (lay.
'1 Pickens Minist ret Club under
* n agomnon t o f laranik I.[. Word
'0 an onter'taimnnonit in the
'i .trtT~ouse, on F'riday even
* thi instant. Mr. Word
m for the past three years
* :3 Al G. Fields' famnousnmm
* 'nd understand the business
hl.If you don't want to
* reat you had bettor attend.
ion, Adults 25 center Chiil.
15 cents. Ten conts ext'ra f-.-,
m'd eats Ticets n-sae '
"'The Court of Sessions convened
on the 5th instant, at tho-usual
hour, with Judge I. D. Witherspoon
on the bench. SoliiItor Ansel and
Stenographeor:iken Woro in Court,
for the disclargo of their duties.
The Clerk, Sherilf, and other Court
officers were prionptly at their
posts, and the Court :inachinery
began to run smoothly from the
Every muimber of the Grand Ju.
ry was prosent and W. T. Bren
was appointed foreman. Judge
Witherspoon charged them fully
on their general duties and upon
tho law applicable to the indict
nients upon which they were to
pass. He' also congratulated thein
on having such a nice, commodiouq
at'd well appointed Court House.
This was his first visit since the
erection of the now building.
The following are the indict
lents sent to the Grand Jury:
William Williams, alias Bill
Brocknan, assault and battery,
with intent to kill; John Ar6ld
and Mary Arnold, adultery; John
W. Thomas, assault and battery,
with intent to kill; Elisha Law
rence, houso-breaking in the night
time, and larceny; James Blythe,
assault and battery, of a high and
aggraytited hature, and with intent
to kill; William Fergusob, ssault
aind battery, with inteit to kill;
,Kinalie Ellenburg and John El.
loftnirg.jr.; larcony of live stock.
The Gi'ana -Jury returned no
bills in the caso against John W.
Thomas, for assault and battery,
with intont to kill; and in the case
against John'Arnold and Mary Ar
nold, for fornication. Tho Grand
Jury found'true bills against Nan
cy E. Ellonburg and John Ellon
burg, for larceny of livo stock;
against William Ferguson, for as
sault and battery with intent to
kill, and carrying concealed wea
pons; against lonry Patterson,
for houso-bronking and compound
larneny. Jim Blythbo was convict
od of assault and hattery with ii
tont to kill, and was sontonced to
one year in the ponitejtiaiy; Eli
sha Lawrence was tried f(or house
breaking an( comjpouind lareony,
and was acquit-tt2: W il Vm ii
liams, alias ill Brkn ai, was
convicted oif n:end mAl tierv
wvitha intent to I, s.Onten3cedl
to piiy a fineo ' seon ty-fivo dollars,
or 1)o imp~risonodl in the penitentia
ry for six months.
*Married, on the 4th, at the resai
dence of the brides' parent., Mr.
B. S. Childress, to Miss Matilda
Sanders of Oconee. Rev. B3. F.
Murphree per formed the ceremony,
Joel Griffin and Elijah Young.
blood killed two white squirrelson
Eastatoo last week. There are two
more w hi to squirrels in thatsection,
and they will try to capture them
a live. -
hucklents Arniea Salvo..
I'he cest Salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever
sores, tetter, chapp~ed hands, Milblains,
Corns, andi all skin eruptions, and posith~e
Iy cures piles, or no pa y required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. PrIce, 25 cents per box.
lFor sale by WV. T. MFall, Pkens, 8. C.
It Sluoulid lMe Iu Every Housse.
J. 13. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
that it cured is wvife who was throat
ened with Pneumonia after an attack
of2a Grippe,'' when v'arious other
t-emdle~s nmd several physcians had
dotfi'her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cookepor t, Pa., claims Dr. King's
Newv Disdovery has done him more
good than anything ho ever used for
Lu ng Trouble. Not hing like it. Try
it., Free Trial Bottles at W. T. Mc
Fall,: Pick'ens S. C. Large bottles
50O,. and .1.00.
This rteedy is becomling so well known
and so popular as to nieed no special men
tion. Ala who have usen~d Electric Bitters
sin~ the sameI song of praise. A purer
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lers will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, willl remove phnplles, boils, salt
rheum andi other affect ions cansed by im
pure blood. Will uarive manlarla from the
systemn and preveIt as well aA cure all ma
larial fevers. For entre of hieadachoe, con..
stipation and indigestion tr~y Elect ic Bit.
ters. Entire sat isfact ion e larantee~d. or
moneaay refunded. Jrice. >0 lets. and $1.01)
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A Guuaaeel cur e.
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giet to se Dr.~ King's New l)iscovery,
for Consumption, (uaghs and Colds,
upon this condtion ~. I1 .oul aret a-i
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Lung, ThiroatL or ChestL trouble, and
will use this remedy as directed, giv.
ing it a fair trial, and experience no
benefit, you may return the botti and
have your money refunded. We could
not make this offer did we moct know
that D~r. King's New Discovery could
be re ied oan. It never disappoint.
Trial bottaea free at W. T. Mc Fall's
store Large size b0c. and $1.00.
Phio is i o and Burgeo
fie i .sdne90M' tp
Whule shae iaoesoe are mem
Scientists have discovered the
gorms of many diseases but unfor
tunately not as yet the means of
the dostruction of these germs.
At presont the "culture" and not
the destrction of the deadly bac
teria soms to absorb their atten
However they all agree that a
well nourished body and plenty
of ozone are decidedly unfavor
able to their development. While
the doctors are in this State of un.
certainty; and even longer, would
it not be well for the patient to
have recourse to the well-tried
Compoutnd Oxegem, which is both
germicide and vitalizer? During
the last twenty-three years it has
cured casos pronounced incurable
and this statement substantiated
by those who have tried it. It
hs witnessed the failure of
'lymph" and life elizir.'
Investigate the matter for your
self. Send for our book 200 pages.
[t will tell you about the remedy
and furnish you with many testi
itonials and records of surprising
sures. Book sent free, Dr.,
Starkey and Palen, 0529, Arch St
Philadelphia, Pa. New York. San
Francisco., Cal, Toronto, Canada.
Remember that the place to buy a
.ooking Stove is at Gilreath-Dur
barm Company's, Greenville, S. C
r'hey sell the well knowu "Irou King"
Ellmo and "Liberty" "Stove' which
iie the beat Stoves ever sold he ffr
SHILOH'S CURE, the great
Cough and Croup Cure, is in
great demand Pocket size con
bains twenty-five doses only 15c.
Children love it. Sold by all
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will
purify your Blood, clear your
complexion, regulate your Bow
-ls and make your head clear as
3, bell. 15c., 50c,, -
by all druggists.
When you get to
?er you want in C!
ware or Glass-ware
CaptaiII S wecr
Diego, ( al says
tarrh Rmendy vis
eine I have eN
would do me an2
25c. S'>d by all
Have your Wate
Jewelry repaired pij
Mrs. T.8. Hawi.
ga, Tenn., says:
::onsider itO the 1'
% debilitated syst<
Pot- dyspepsia, L
brouble it excels.
3old by all druggists.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
rreat Blood purifier gives fresh.
ess and clearness to the cemn
Aerion and cures Constipation,
16 cis., 50 cta., $1.00. Sold by all
rio coleIos hey are in a he.t ter po
be'fore ari propose to miake things lively
New goods~ arriving daily.
In utock no0w a large lot of Htee) Nfalle
aheaper ihani we e!ver drcueae of getthig
loW pilee8 'on1 all Farm Tools
Weare sellinig Pliow Stocks ain-t throw
l1 :1~ i the llorse. and a lli.w ibo wi'old
ao with .th eout (It if lhe wai's largoecoongh.
if yout haven'tI m:1.de your anuatrl set
rMhment. with 11s come uip andi (d0 Iame1
thing~ about it. The debt dIoesn'L get
-ima~ller b~y stayiung away--but you do.
I el IQt us hearf11 you
A VATA' tv
*Wh4ns UWesee/Wiehh Mietakes
LIera Roes, Feb. +18.--WilliamlFar
rer, w"t rsvra frinds froM St. Louis,
had-bosh in the neighborhood of St.
Charles, op White River, Ark.. for sev
oral days on a hunting a4d shig expe.
ditio. &" for the * two w.ks Fan
ror aee O" bord mgondelIrIum tre
semn. Saturday morning Farrer,
Shis r eon Ondition. broke down
the donre of two or three store., and was
to delsh the door of the
sXoig to Wilber Parker whov'
the alar ofbr s was raised. Mr,
Walter A. IudWkhe slept in the ad
joining store. heard the Aoise and ran to
see what it V4eat. Just as he reached
the frost door, Parker. who slept in the
boh rsam of the sto, rashed eat with
a ain his had en4' fred a load o
of sbuowt into BoalUla breast from
ae'ect 91 whIch he has died. Parhef
turnd the other bUris of his gun
ion r and Ared, killn Mia inistant.
me Ivemate4~ WI ftlou Ub
CO e Ibe ONpaseu. Qee.
WainMM5e , Feb. 3.-G. F. I.
Ner'st em, Ited at J&W36 Ten.,
'0 a State on
0uie of as for datia
-aa Gemnerl Etit were wit
asems e the .emat in 1ts eae.
A WaabI ash SaPm eew 0ss.
dext Kinbal, of the life saving service,
ce 1 0 am est sve l
Awuosa., N. Y., Pl. I8+Reevugs
bevo been appointed fil the Auburn
Woolen company. to forestall a suit of
the Aubu. National bank, which hold1
,o.of tacompany's paver. SMuel
ri.president and supoitendansto
the company, and Os - art i,
of Geneva, w o re t e swift es
tate, were appoited.
3.1h Er. Geen.
Tosao, Feb. 98.-At Clyde. 0.,
whie aspoe tina g with ~omenios. Dr.
A. A. Hutohias, at that tIweo. had both
his ewes bees 4a n*coed other
seios to urie. wili probably die.
- -. . 'n
* * ** es
t4~ *1IM ap a.
How Havax, fobs tW;-t tie reported
that Psotessor Phoi 3 is pew out og dag.
ger and ianproving slowly.
FOR THE3 PHOL.KS.
Mn, EIrn :
You might now throw out
a hit abont fixing for a gar
den. The loose boat ds should
be nailed on, and attention
called to the fact that we have
just received a fine chance of
[ntrsii POTATOEs and ONbON'S,
as well ats a new supply 01
G A RDIDN and FLOWER
SEEDS. Also, Garden HOES
and Iron RAKEi. When we
"throw ini" the tools weO have
to oh arge a fraction more for
the Seeds, but they all come
We have just opened a new
lot of Willow Baskets--Lunch
Work Baskets-Fruit Bas
Hat Racks; Satchels ; Trunks;
Valises, and a lot of other use
$F'Tell everybody to corne
around and see us.
W. T. M~cFALL,
ii 1A 1rLM Y~4 i 11uI
Gladstone Will Retire from ti
Head of the Government.
THE HOME RULE BILL IS bOOME
Both Roseberry and Vernon Are Talked
as 1is Probable Suceessor-The Ko;
duran Elections to He Hold Boon-TI
Slog, of Rio las Been Abolished and No
Comes the Brasilian Elections.
LONDON, Feb. 28.-The Edinburg
Evening News repeats emphatically thi
Mr. Gladstone has resigned the premiei
ship and that it has boon offored to Lot
Reseberry. The Timos declares thi
whatever Is done about the leadership:
WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE.
is certain that home rule will 1:
dropped and neither Lord . Roseborr
nor Sir William Vernon Harcourt i
likely to revive it. The Times addi
"However much they may diffor upo
other points, they know porrotly wo)
that the British public is sick of payin
blackmal to criminal conspirators."
Though the condition of Mr. Gla
stone's eyes Is regarded as a suflcier
reason for his wishing to lay down th
cares of office. it is not believed to b
the real reason for his resignation. On
a to his great ago and waning phys
pwer, he is unable to st:in 1 ti
shafte of criticism hurled at him as wv
a few years or even only a fow monti:
Where then they would glanco froi
him as from an armor, they now piorc
him. It is also true that ho has recenti
been deeply affected by the conmments (
his political friends and allies on li
course in regard to several party moa:
ures. These evidences of ingratitu(
have pained him severely.
His course in withdrawing tho onl
loers' liability bill, Wihen lman of h1
olowers were clanorin- for ~a figI
against the house 01 lords with ti he it
mate view of coipellinig ih a thxo! i
of the hereditary bodly. h1:- (rint
more radical of his adh rent ito i I;
that his Domoeracy .hnw in-lirgonte
chaqge and this accus : ti.: t h i ti
havo taken groat pai sm h aIi r. x Ib
ears. 'All thes( tin:3, it is i:ve
have mkdo him s;i mply tir".l.
Mr. G hlstone's coliognues wish hi
to postpon his resigt ion of lt) Ir
mirhip u l the latest possible i
mont. and to eep a ueutiro au.'t in t,
cabinet, such 'au by taking the oflico
lord privy seal.
The liberals are divide~d inl opinion as
whether Mr. Gadstone's retirotmotnt w
be temporary or pecrmnanont.
Afraira in Hoenduras.
NEW YORKc, Fob. 28.-A special d
patch from Managua says that Gonort
Ortiz has formally turnedi ovor the ci
of Teguoegalpa to Policarpo Bonilla, wI
has already arranged (or an election fi
memnbers of the general assembly al
president. The Nicaraguan troops wi
retnain until order Is completely r
stored, Villola's and G3utierroz's tree]
have disbanded and the chiefs are tr
ing to join ox-President Vasquoz in 8i
Salvador. P'olicarpuo Bonilla has bet
pogIzed by Slalvado r, Costa Rica ar
The Beige Abolished.
LONDON, Feb. 28.-A dispatch frol
Buenos Ayros dated Fob. 27, says: TI
government cruizer Nicthoroy has Ian;
ed 500 men at Cabo Frio, 75 miles nort1
cast of Rio. The other governmoi
vessols are making their way towar<
Rio as rapidly as possible. 'rho statoe
.eige of Rio h as been abolished.
Arnold's Confession Drinig Others In.
LoCPORT, N. Y., Feb. 28.-The co:
fossion of John Jacob Arnold, ox-cashi<
of the wrecked Merchants' bank, hi
gthred up the stockholders of that inst
tation, and W. H. Higg has sworn out
warrant for the arrest of Josiah S. Hie
per, its president. Ho Is charged wit
kowingl and wilfully making a statt
mient to Stato Fgaminor Clark that tli
cash on hand last September was $18
745.47, when the truth was that Helmt
as p resident borrowed $7,000 from nei
boi banks to boar out the statomon
d at on the departuire of Clark thx
,.000 was returned to the banks, loal
Ig the actual cash $11,745.47.
"Sister." in the Public Schools.
PIrBBURo, Fob. 28. -The board <
directors of the Riverside school, in tI
west end have determined upon a no
departure in their management of tI
plo school. Five Sisters of Mercy,<
Catholio nuns, now teaching in the S
James' Parochial school, will be trani
ferred to the public school and the pa
lah school closed. The Sisters ha,
passed an examination and received ce
tifloates from the central board of ed
Big Convention in Detroit.
DErnolT, Feb. 28.-The second int<
national convention of the studenut v<
unteer movement for foreign mlisio
has begun hero. Fully 1,200( delegat
are present. H. 0. Willtims, sat as
retary of Virginia, and 30o delegaido fro
the state have arrived, beside~s olthe
fromi North and Southu Carolinax, Ko
tuicky, Tennessee, G.eorgia andi oth<
south ern st ates.
New York Peach Crop Hurt.
lto0HESTmn, Fob. 28.-It is feart
that the cold wave has destroyed the oi
tire peach crop of western New York.
A Curious Case of Killing.
POUGHiKEEPHIE, N. Y., Fob. 26.-An
bros. Knapp had a quarrel with Mr
Sarah Milton some time age, and Mr
Milton seized a rail from a fence as if
sttikehlim. Knapp puilled the rail o
of her hands and lacerated one of the
so badly that blood poisoning set in al
Mrs. Milton died. Now the administi
~rsofkMrs, Milton are snin him f
damages. The case wlbe tri
Ate broken down from over work or housxehol
ear Brown's Iron Bitters
g*bilds the system, aids digestion, removes e:
assa 0t bile, and cuzrea malaria. Oct thtegeauln
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* February 23, 1894.
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