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. We wi usInd the JoumN.r i a<
the. Hom AN IF' 0n1 year foz
T.ir~i alist ice - - :up
hh , w"as inl tev ahy
Miss; Corrio BI'ruco is visitinj
friends and rolativos in Andersor
Mr. A. Charles Tilden visito
friends in Greenvillo, Saturday ai
James P. Caroy, Esq., went tc
.Xroonvillo on profossional businosE
Jesso Palmor caught an ool, last
Iuesday, out, of Wolf Crook, which
ioasuirod tfwo foot and threo Iichos,
Rov. Ir. Soy mour preached twc
rory intorosting sormoiis in the
laptist Church, last Sunday.
J. T. Loopor has a holn, that boats
lio record, having laid ninotoen
ggs in ton days.
J. H. NQwton is at homo on a
hort vacation. His many frionds
. re glad to soo him.
Whon in neod of a shirt call on
iowis & Son--tioy have tho finost
>t of shirts in towni.
Julus E. Boggs, Esq., of the
ontinol, w(OInt to Chiarleston last
ook on buisinoss.
J. W. Sutlierland, of Knob, was
I townl Miiionday, and mado a
loasant call on the Journal.
Mr Jos. L. Looper, of Maynard,
.is marriod to Miss Lily Un3ailoy,
Gleorgia, on the 14th inst.
Thomas Cannon, (co!ored,) aged
last Thurs(ayl morn
burid ait llotiloliem,
.ro in the adveriis.
: G oodlot, and
yout haver vn a I aryou n
orso8n M~ills last.
Reoad the advertisement of Jones
Garrison, and if you want brand
wv goods' at low figures, call on
am and~ exami no their large andl
oct stock of' fresh nowv merchan
rThoe friends of Walter 0. Hester
11 bo pleased to learn that he
s been promiotodI to a hiigher' po
ion, and receives a salary of $40
month, lie is at work ini tho
'by' job) ofiico ini Washiington.
'at .11 o'clock, on the
at the residence of
t her, M~ r. II. S. Lynch,
\I. Chastaini to Muss
th, all of Piekens;
. Jamnes T1 Jird ine ofliciating.
>e thle chiaing ini th liad~vortiso
* t of Smith & Bristow. Mr.
th hats just roturnmed fr'om Nowv
C, whe he p~urchased one of
mandsomues, stocks of clothing
br'ough t i 0 r'oonvillo, and1( tho(
>s are awiay dow~n.
dini TUiersity, Orangeburg,
th.a colored teachers
idvantages of that. In
01' o advance wvork,
Sistinti on ini the
et ico of TPeacinug,
of charge, fromi now1 until May
1. II. Allgood is ai model farmoir
sH mnakhing aL snlecss 1)f Iarmii
oin the initen!sivo p)lan. .11is
crooek l a nds hiavir.g I )'fi(com too
for eciv he is im-n'ing
lhi'y v . ~a ysgreet
n .' el 1.. -:gh ter wihen they
* ill leave here
to practice his
)Sioni, of law. Wp are sorry
so such a valuable citizen a
**howon, but we wvishr him a big
388is in~ his ,ur~ ,fild
Miss Kato Folgor, of Hasloy, i4
visiting Miss Mattio IHestor, hi3
Mrs. '1. T P. Jackson, of Atlanta,
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. F. Williams, of this town.
Mr., E. Frank Looper, roturned
from Morristown Tenn., last weok,
bringing with him some very fine
horses and mulos.
The next quarterly' mooting of
tho County Allianco of Pickons
County will bo hold WednOs(av,
April 4th, next.
JOHN C. W ATKNs,
Sec'ry 3d District Allianeo.
The secretary of it 1lihart. Carringo
and liarness S1if. Cti., of IHhart, Iind.
Informs ts tit, t heir pries will b d lowe.
for 181) than er. ei wis.s s to awe
our readers iot, to purcha~ U aav in
the line of carriages., w Ions bevels or
harness until tihey hi-. wat, - ini in
Statlps to paj pOs ta. en iir I p
cataloguc. V, a!)vio t he re irs of this
paper to rememei his figetion.
Tho Un io iting of t hi) rst
division 12 Nfile iver Baptist As
sociaton, will coivento with thieo
Baptist Church, at, iikons C. 1.,
on1 Saturday bifor.e thc ifth Sah
bath in April next,, at 10 o'clock,
Tho union of tho socond division
of satid Association, is rospOert fully
invited, and they aro hereby re
quosted to mneet wit h s at tho
t im me0'n t-ioned, withl dolo-gates;
from all tho Chur1'chIos.
It is boliovo(l tlIt such a meiot
ing1 Will pr'ove hoollefiial to the en
Tho Executivo Conmittee of the
first division of said Association,
is hopeful that this at1rangeneitt.
will moet tho approval of the olli
cors of the socond division1hi, an11d
that they will. arrango at once to
conuformn to our request, () ii
mleetin ig matters of great imltr
tance vill ho) cOnsider(d.
It is hoped that veriy m11 'e
inl the bottids of the .\siation
will mteet wihlh h, atlh
tio10 mentioneud. Tf t;
na; alUIterna to, Rlv \i . C. Sw..
Queries, 1st. Is it the dtty of
the Baptist of South Carolina, to
sustain the Baptist State Orphan
ago? Op 1ned by J. E. Foster.
2d. iH as Stato Mission work boon
a1 suiccess inl tho past? Oponed by
J. T1. Lowis.
Thel qlusztijoln bo0x will be on
lutth, itt I 1, a. mi., by Rev. T. M.
Bailey, 1). D).
JamEs A. GRJLIFIN,
Comitteo 1st D)ivision.
SHLILOiI'S C~Lm~ is sold( on a
guarantee. It cutres Inci pien t
Consumption. It is 'the best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose. 25 cts., 50 ets., and $1.00.
Sold by all dIruggists.
J1. Ii. C'lifford. New Cassel, Wis., we
trouled with Neuiralgiai ant Rhemaiim ,
his st omach was disordlered, his L iver*
wats atleoted to ant alariniig degriee, appe-ic
Ite fell away, anad lhe was terribly~ redui
oedl in tieshi and st rentgth . Th'lree' bo1 tIes
of Electrie liitters~ ce(e htim.
IEdwazrd Shep~lhierd, ilrIIrisur, Ill., hado
a111 r ung sore Onl his l('g of eighit years'
s4tn(bn.sihr~ed11 ee ho)1tt~e- ori Flectriet
liit ters aanl( 50even boxes of flUoclen' Ari
en Salve, and( his~ leg is soiiiumi ma well.
,J ihn Speaike r, Cat awhaiz, ()., had) li ve lari'-e
Fe~ver .sores onI his leg, I l(2 docor aid) itt
wvas iinciitlet. One hot tl Ileetrlie iti
ters. anud oine btox lInc kle 's A rica Salv~e
Kirksey' and W . 'i M l'all, l'iekenis. S.t.
fte nest. Salve in the world for' ent
sores, tet! er2, chapped htandits, chiilldinh-,
(")irtns, aind aill skini erulptions, and( positu'.
Iy enreCs piles, or' nto payi riredi(5. It is
guatranteedI to give perfel(cl saitisratelin, or
montey refunded. Price, 25' centls lper box.
For sale by WV. T. 1leFatll, Pickens., S. C.
It shOuld lie Ipm Everyj Ihouse.
J. B3. Wilson, 37 1 Claty St., Simrps.
bur.ig, P'a., says lbe wi~ill ntot be with
out D~r. King's New Discove'ry for
Consumnptiott, C1onghs and Cols,
tht 0 eured Itis wife '';ho was I thre'.
of (ook.-port, la., (chi.nts :. iin
New l~iscovery has dont. 111 h im ore
good thani anythintg lie cver used for
Lung Troublo. Nothitng like it. -Trv
it. Freo Tr~i Bottles at W. T1. Me
Fiall, Pickoe 8. O. Large b)ottles
500. and *1.00.
Have your Watches, Clocks, and
Jewielry repaired properly, and by a
thoroughly reliable workman at Gil.
reath--Durhamn Company, Greenville,
(Captaint Sweeney, U. S- A., San
D)iego, al, says: "Shiloh's Ca
tarrhl Remedy is tho first modi
cine I have ever found that
would1 do mec any geod.'' Price
25o. Sold hv all rggisn
iug to t0 W ' - oi C.
of sa (
to atte-,. Al
cents e-.i i. nr,'., or
by the I r o i i i order to
keep ) 1 our. organ ization. Be sut
to bring your ten cents.
J. A. Gairx, Capt.
W. B. Ih:imilins, Si:c'ur.
W4h ile the Dvotors alre Doultineg.
S cienitists havo discovered the
germs of iniiy dist'ases but nIltor
trumtelv not. as yet th mu ns of
thw dcrlrctionl of* thoso eri
At preseit, th "culturo' and noti
tho (4'st r'uition of, the 1(deadlY bie
teria see(ms to absorb their atten
Ilowover they allI algreo) that a
weil nourished body and plenty
of ozono aro decidedly unfavor
alle to their developilient.. Whilo
t Ie doctors aro iII this Stato of un
cortaiity; and even longer, would
it not. he vell for tho patinmt to
hav recourso to the well-tried
Compound Oxogomie, whicl is hoth
grn'riuicido and vitalizer? During
th laist twenty--threo years it has,
cured cases pronoinced incurablo
and this statomoin t substanutiated
by those wh-o have tried it. It
ims wit iess'd tho failuro ol
"lymhhl" anild lifoelixir.'
Inivestiga'to the m11atter f'or youlr
sol . S1d for our book 2000pages.
it, Will t0l1 yu(it about tihe- reno'(ldy
and %urnihIyt with miany test i
mnutials ad11(t r .cords of surprisinlug
Bne . lo.)k s nt 1fr(,(, DrP
Starlhwyv iod Pialen, 1.529, Arch Sit
PIiladl'Aph ia, Pa. New York, San
Ftranicisco., Cal, Toronto, Canada.
Reieinbor that th place to buy a
Coodllng 'Stove a' It illreatll- DIIr
hani Co)ip ,( renville, S. C
KAIli:S Cu' I\' T 1 will
purify your Blood, clear your
complex ion, regulate your Rowv
els and make vour head clear as
a bell. i5c., 5i0c,, and 91. Soh(l
by all diruggists.
Whleni you get to G reenIvi lle go to
GireathI-D~urham Company for u hat
ever you wvant in Crockery..ware Tin.
wareI or Ghss- ware.
Mrs. T. S. Hawk ins, Chattanoo
ga, Temnn., says: "Shilolh's Vi
talizer' 'SVED M.Y LI WE.' I
considler it the best remedy for
a debilitated system I cyCV used.'
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75i cents.
Sold by all druggists.
KAR~L'S (CLOV'El R~1OOT,' lhe
great Blood purifier gives fresh
ness amih elearness to the coin
lexionl and~ (cures' ('onstilmtion,
Z5 ets., )0 ets., St.00J. Sold by all
A Guans.lateed (Cure.
We alit hoti ize our advertisede drug
gist t o s1 Dr. .Kinig's New D isc'overy,
for' Conisunpt1) ion, CoXugths anud Cols,
Ilictohi wi Ii Cough.,, C'old or anyv
will uISP this~ renitly ae- dir etedl, givT
ngI it aII til'r tratl, :unii e.xpeic e nolI'P II
Ithat I )r. IKing's N'w IDisctove: ; ou
Tri'al b.o ttl.es breet at W\. TI. \Ic a's
st orore .1.i'Csize noeI. and :100
inlug S?}I '}(hr2: lie tti t' i .l (a [ H*(" A l
.io. Ali l nh. h' m tre HH r
siild lie - . . . . b.' ... . M.. .
200 CJords of good Tan Bark.
To be delivecred tis Sp'ring antd Stii..
mer. Thle hrik mcust be n~uell take.
careQ of. Will pa1y cash 0n delivery\.
Appldy to GUWVEi~ & GOOD())I l'VTT,
March 22. Greenville, S. C.
hini~lg 8181'ie ihe <disease of .Iirrin, inl
all of its foriiis, ii speltlPltI , I offer1 liy
Rrie tOIliie pubillie. Wi- r iiIea d eni
HOW TH-:EY Al- U, 'D FOR LONG
AND ;HO Di3ANC'i MOVING. f
U:r ana Troublo Saved by
-- ;' U .. .~,'--!Tho Business of
1erim; : - 1: .:A to * SciOncO-Trav
cl by T.al ani .teanboat.
Tho estimator for a storago and van
company will walk into a houso or a
flat and estimiato within a Cubic foot of a
how uuch spaco thu conitentsi will tako d
up pack-ed, Lmadi ho doesn't maho iy
olaborato coni-uuta'iis cither. Ho just
wallki in i liurly way through ai f
hue froi itcof to c(llar or through a r
,at fromn end to e.nd, and When ho Is i
bhrougth Ito knows. Hfouses vary g-reat- f
ly. On1 thr3 O story hlouso might havo C
in it three voUI loads. Tiho houso just
like it nextdoor miight have six, but tho
:stinator rarely ialkei at mistalke. 110 0
mliight get half a van load out of the I
way in estinmatig a six load houso, but t
his wottld ho qitN I unsuial. H1 would I
bo 111uch mioro) lila 13' to hit tho mark.
Tih( contritact pr)ivo for lioving ineans I
for tiovinqg froi amy floor to any floor. a
If it i3 dCSiled, ti Co1upanly Will sei S
barrels, boxes and packIcing materials andl Q
men to pack crockery, bronzes, books, t
bric-a-brac, anid so on1, at 75 cents a t
barrel or its eiuivalent ill spalco. Tho 0
timo for loading (1and for starting tho i
vans would diiil oimowhtat oi whoro 0
the goods wevo going. If thoy wero go- (
ing 410 miles into the country, tho vans
would bo loadel tho afternooi beforo 1
mnd would start at 2 o'clock in tho 11
morning. They would arrivo at their r
lestilnation at about 10 o'clock thuosamno 1
Imorni)g, the horscs would ho put ip t
and tho vansq iloaded, it) shirt on the d
returtin 'would ho nade at Ibout :2 ("'clock 0
th1 next imiornilig, an1d the arrival in the V
city would be at albmout 10.
Vansaro pecally cnrutdWith t
largo bodies and lowV wIieeI ls for trals
portation by (amboalt; or railroad. N
\Vhether iIiores are talkin on such trips b
dIelni altog 11,eth -r' li th listaico the
vansH ar, gon 1 If toI a nearb~y ploint,
the ore go alonig; it' to it dis.tanlt
point, it iA chieaper to hire horses there.
if vans woro going to Nowport, for in- t
ta1in, theV woIt(I h, shipped on a
riht popolorwhoZo derrick.wolid
pick ti hem up like greIat les o'f goods
and 1:111l h n idk. On1 such a t rip
horses wouit' nie he ftonen, but hired ini
Newpori- for thel haling1 tihe, llorseii
1 ould ' mee the vo at ihn dock3 uponllh
their V, :'it h;q4 .'\n g w atleast
as far as Lo isvii s pu ) ato lh it it r
,i f ahilnlne .-es sy t
I v trl_. I1- y wIdit h, b
thl pi orer 4rl
* *r- re, too, and so t hey
aln iutfit to tuk.
good to destiinatiol
t Ih v-1u13 v d ab iawn by four horses.
On hii1el or hilly rotidls thoy would take
six herl:4s. It is initerestinig to noto, as
the ii.itlu of thle divertsi' oblsLrvaltionls,
that-1 the1 ; re aroi untd New~ York aro
bette r thlaun thiey uso l to bo, anid that
thewy ar~ sti:nliiy imip~roviing. N\ot ini
thei city3. For' exampl lle, ai~i getiemni
wvho livedii in a towni near Bridgeport,
Conin., who wats abot:l to miovol to a
plaeo(' near1 Tarrytown, ini t his state, con
tracted with ai vanI (enipany of this city
to m hIOOlimt. Tlhr.e vans wouit uipl fromi
thcity 13 on this (expedition., Tho work
tookc abouut two weekn. H ero tho dlis
Ie to be0 coiveral dwas so gr'at that it
was iupissiloi Iio mahlo it ini a singlo
day, mal tiho vans halIted at inighit anid
went oin in thii inin~lt1g. Theiy wenlt to
and fro in tism wa~y uitl i 111( wvork was
cmpi)lted. TVho bill foi this job camto
TholL vani compniesiI' niovo gooda bo
twoon''I points ini thei city aus we'll as to
and( fr om it, and1 bleside's miniI~g hiouso
11o ld todt thiey w'ill estimaitO on1 andl
contrti1L to remiiovot the~ ciontents oi(f a
stori or Uil d bin11mg to ano1 theri. stor'e or
buiblding. A re cent moI vinug jobl in th is
Int In vans on tirnhels aro:;1210 :u.01 niot,
i'hmred8. In trait~ by rail o boatds te
enolistai(' ns. It is (Icaper' btetween~ sea
s0oam, anld theo nature' of thio roads to be
covermied tm ight havo soimmthinig to do
with it. Tlo Molirristowni, N. J., distancoe
5ao j1iiwouli d ho 83t5 a vanil anid expess
t ho expimes bei110ng ferringo and to!lls.
To'1 a poinut, say, 1 'miiles fr'om the city,
.in the busy', seiniuiA, theo rate would bo $20
'IThe storago1.~ and v'an buhsiinss htas ini
crealsid g iity ini N"e(w Yjork ini recenit
year *. T[hi, hppulaltion of the)1 city and11
sonm ihs hats i nceas;ied rapidly3, land(
bi .r) 1r Je \w ilro~ minl( days than11
r, Ii hliich-istown'i thalt run1
h :1u f tow fo thel
a t to lurni l o
tid .I rit ing).
ta .! iL is imightly dull1
co ro'Ii onel perison has) to
(do ;.0 - -. . :. bu kt it is no unuisual
thing to find ai porsnZ whose idoa of por
feet con versiatlin is whero ho doos all
the talking.--Boston Traveler.
A remariiikaFl - ,ight to 1b0 Pe5in from a~
1<alImon is the .ttomi of lakes and ponds.
Whilt over Lako Eri Carl E. Myors,
im lalb,--'ni,0, say's ho saw clearly a
w..r a ls:N under '15 feet of water, Tt
v.. 1 I a 1:chloner', sunk 40 years
;i. A aiIi i'hI of half ai miilo tho en
tirm I, 1 om 'f a nihnalil lako 01r pont1( can
hol ('learly I.. and Mr. Myers boliovos
-!htat eon~(i a1 cl:a eaia aer'otnut of good
vis~ion conh 01 iiI m1 a hight of a milo
ruamnrin' ohj, e1 o 'i ll'pth of 400 or
09 noeet holntnthi the water.
'hoy Occapy Only a Few Seconds and Are
Affocted by Events.
Doctors assort that dreais occupy a
iw seconds only-at most the spaco of'
bout thrco minutes. This statement
3 startling to those who havo not no
lead for themselves what part time
lays in such a connection. The writer
as had several opportunities of prov
rg its correctness herself, and many
ight arrive at a similar knowledge by
eking to be awakened a minute or so
fter falling into a first sleep. All who
reani will do so immediately on fall
ng into unconsolouness. Another roll
blo test is to be found in the sleep that
Alows upon the morning summons for
ising. A few more moments snatched
Dr the tempting after doze will not un
requently mean a dream of a very olab
rato nature-ono which implies almost
s miny hours as seconds.
Are dreams affected by the evonts of
ur wakeful hours? is the question that
as betni asked over and over again, but
ht result of observation leads one to be
levo in such being the case or not, ac
olding to tho importanceo with which
o treat them. In connection with such
question events and individuals can
arcely fail to require soparato consid
ration. Events that are all important
> some do not commend themselves in
at light to others, and this fact leads
no to express the opinion that, accord
ig to tho intensity with which outward
vents occupy our thoughts, will our
reams be in any way affooted by them.
To one woiman the exercise of hos
Itality means the entiro surrender of
or mental domain to all the worries,
)al or imaginary, consequent upon the
reparations for the contemplated on
?rtainment. To another, tho needful
irections once given, there is an Imme
late return to considorations which out
,eigh in her opinion the more material
ties that hold a whilom place in her
bouglits. In the one caso culinary fail.
res and visions of indifferent service
fill probably haunt the dreams that
recede or follow that ontertainment.
a the other no such tortures aro in
olved inl the sleeping hours.
There have been startling instances of
ho brain's power to solvo difficult ques
ions during sleop. A caso in point is
hat of a lawyer engaged in a criminal
ofenso. The examination of one wit
ess after anqther seemed only to add to
ho proof of his client's guilt. Wearied
nie night with trying to find soe point
ihich might turn tho scale in the pris
ner's favor, he fell asleep, and in a
lreai the desi rtd point stood out clear
y. On awakening it was ijmiediately
voirked out, and tho verdict of "not
uilty" was found cotoisluent upon that
evltion altorded during tho hours of
WIen X(rcising tho imaginative fa
:ltit it to ally gi eat exteit, the dreailS
vill always pre1serve tie ideal charac
er o the Oi.w btii futl hioirs. The composer
vill dret of the ni-lodlies which pro
*idh his own Inllaby when dropping
abo Alu111:1., anld thll artist and the
,vriteV t til 11111(t ln t t dieaims inl Col
an y w ith thiaso timt tht pen or tho
1-ushi aro guided to depict With such a1
tuving hand. Plots have been furnished
and subjects for the canvas have been
suggested over and over again in the
quiet hours of the night, when to all
outwvard appearances there is nothing
but the most peaceful slumber on the
pait of the sleeper.--Cincinnati Com
A frca DInppo~ntments.
As a continent Africa is the home of
a vigorous race of. mankind, which,
while resisting assimilation with Euro
pean civilization, defies permanent con
luost. European travolers, traders, mis
sionarics, conquerors, may at their will
rmnd at their peril1 penetrate Into this
lark sanctuary, but their sojourn is for
i day, and on the morrow the faint
braces of their passage are obliterated
by the exuberant growths of barbarism.
L'rudgingly ats it is sometimes conceded,
it is neoverthioless a fact that the bulk of
tho continent of A frica Is still untouched
by western civilization. 1 for one can
not believo that Africa will ever be
Europeanuizoa or brought within the
pale of western progress, for in order
that A frica may progress it is absolute
Ly esential that it be developed, along
tiatural lines, but as yet the inherent
powers of native genius have neither
beeni discovered, nor in the absence of
my cohesion among native tri bes and ini
view of European rapacity are they,
rjvon if discovered, over likely to be on
couragedl or fostered. No; Africa is a
montinent fated to be conquered and ox
ploited by the heirs of civilization, to
whom It may pay tribute, but homage
To Keop One's Youth.
A distinguished English scientist, Mr.
William Kininear, in a magazine article
insists that the secret of perennial youth
is to ho found in the uso of distilled
water and phosphoric acidl. Ho says
that death, or disease that produces
death, is caused by the deposit in the
humtian system of calcareous or earthy
mjattir, and that thoe drinkintg of dis
tilIb-d water, which is itself a great (is
solvent, and t ho uso also of fronm 10 to
15 drops of dilutied phosphorilo acid in
elh tiiif i tIu of' wat er will remnove
Mlnih depjositi andi prioloiig huttmn life
to t hei very Iatest lii t. ini several of
te greamithetei ini New York distil led
watt'urI is proidiil it thei tablo uand fotr
tihe ni' '4 the guists in thteir roonw, andt
the mii vietitiet of t his faet I1 attracs
iiumiy patrns.iikt1roi, Vice Press.
Th h IIaioa Insr, nrrat,la
ini :.It w i nt mooa i~i~n ithl
.iteiry IV for their festivals and was
soon brought into general use, treacle
being after a time employed in the
manufaoturo instead of honey. -Popu
rln Samples of Isad Grammar.
An English paper gives the following
bntonco as the perfection of bad gramn
mar: "Thenm sheeps is yourn." H1ow
about the famous reply of the Yorkshirt
children when "Dr. Syntax" told then
that tl oir mother was calling them
John Leech, we think, reported and il
lustrated It years ago: "1Her ain't a-call
ing we. Us don't belong to ahe."-Bosfl
The titleo mayor comes from the Frencli
and originally signifiea "one wvhokop
guard." lie was the head steward of
city, adaministering fts affaire in thi
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