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The Ieepl's Jemxy .
THURSDAY, MARCH 29,1894.
We will send the JOURNAL and
the HOME AND FAnM one year for
Auditor Bryant went to Pied
mont last week, on business.
D. W. Hopkins went to Spartan
burg, on business, Saturday.
Jauies . lagoodjr., of'Easloy
Mr. 4)pgdwin, of Philad i
Pa., waftni -town',1 4Eaterd
Col. William gielmniq
son county, waiin tow -
Mr. King, 'fNow VTr -
town last week.
A. Ml. Morris has a hite
is very sick with lung fm-cr.
Martin Bowen. lost -a valuuW
horse last wook.
Dr. R. F. Smith, (f EIasley, was
John Ferguson, jr., one of Groei
Ville's i tn popular -young mon,
was in2.town. his weok.
M4 W. G Lovis viuitod her
fath D4r . Eliap - Mauldin, last
P. E. Alexaider, of tho Sentinel,
visited Greonville, last Saturday
. N. Bolding, of Praters, was
ins town Saturday, and paid his
respects.to the JOURNAL..
qur.farming editor says that Dr.
W. T. Field has.the finost field of
wheat in the counfy.
I)r. J. R Riley preached two very
interesting qermons ii the Presby
toian-Church, lay )iupday.
... P' Carey has sold hislast year's
wheel and. bought'O imNov one of the
Jas. Steel, of Greenvillo, visited
friends and relativbs in town this
Rev. Joseph Looper, ot Farr's
was in town, Saturday, the first
time in five years.
Go to Lewis & Sons fi bargains
in Tobacco. Red Fox at 35o. por
If you-smoke don't fail to try
Topaz Smnoking Tobacco, for . sale
-by Lewis & Son.
*lMiss-Alma Kay, who has beern
teacijing a veo-y fiouri'sh-ing school
''D. W.~ Hopkins has bgen
deputy sheriff, in th~
T. McDaniel, whlo >
Mrs. R. A. lBoven .V -
ence Griffin visit.'d
Mrs. B. F. Igorgtu., .. *'.*
**The Shoriff he L"-1
.busy for tho pa f. *
lecting taxos froma
-Mr.'J'homais Bryans, the popular
traveling salesman for Arnold &
McCord, of .Atlanta, Ga., was in
- * miss Stella Newbery rturned
he e,,iiday from an extended
vJ~yi.t friends and rilatives in
-It is reported, that a .largeo wild.
aidal .is torroriing the people
- of Oolenoy. valley near Pumpkin
town. - i'
Mrs. John L. Thernley returned
horne last Saturday from Ander
son, where she has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. W. WV. White.
In this issue will be found an
interesting letter from our Central
correspondent. It did not arrive
in time for the issue of the 22nd
*Mr. Jess Robins, of Anderson
county, passed through town, Sat
u -day, with-a drove of line mules
arid horses. He wvas oni his w y to
*Anderson Court House.
William Porter was before Corn
missioner Thornley last Satirdi y
*morning.for. distililing. His case
was dismissed, as the ovidence was
not suflcient. to convict him.
* If you want some thoroughbred
pigs call on T. L. Watkins, Cen
tral, or on R. J. WVatkins, Stew
artt. They have Chesters, Berk
s # and Poland China.,
--Thera.,ril)e*A .a a*y Sinighi'
at holiy Spriups~p ,~r rh, on A -
-2d1 -StndayJig. 1. P.. of.
- utrphree ad A: Po v n
Dr:, W. F. Austin will be in Pio
ens April 2d, to remain a few day
H. 0. Bowen went to Greenvil
last week, on professional businee
W. J. Pondor and E. M. Hunt,
Dacusvillo, were in town Monda
J. D. Dickson, of Greenville, w
in town last Tuesday.
The recent frost is said to hal
completely ruined the fruit crop.
- L. .; Clyde Esq., of Groonvill
was in town, Tuesday.
B..T. McDaniol .f
W. S; P"'ode- 1.
Opui. -a .d
diaprian -A -
Wil1n1 a , a~ mip r o
lored Ifannrj--, n1% e trlw a
tally shot .y Eugeno \Vrigint,
white boy aged 14 years. Wrighi
mistook Biair'c hat for a ph'ea'nt
The Coroner 'pronounced it aoci
dental, and let the hey go froo.
Prof. O'Hanlon received a telo
gram, Wodnesday, calling him tc
the bedsido of his dying wife, near
Rome, Ga. Mrs. 0'Hlanlon .has
)oen ill for several months. The
Professor has the sympathy of ho
many friends in Pickens.
Mrs. Mary Lark, wife of J. A
Lark, died at hor homo near Crose
Roads church on the 26th instant
and was buried from that church
of which sho was an oxcnplary
T)ro will be an alI-day singiij
act.Bothlohem on the 2d. Sunda3
in April; all lovers of music ar in
vited. Prof. E. M. Holding, W. W
Norris, and other leaders are ex
pected to be present. A good tim'
is expected, como along and brin
your books anid dinre
qf asy - - .
I :.'. ... -
on or aiore.
funra o ' F. m, p
Sun~&y in April l 94. and wvil
also preach at Camp Creek, on Samt
utday.- before the 4th Sunday im
April, at 2 o'clock in the .ovoning
and the Sunday following at 1
o'clock, a. mn.
The County Board of Equaliza
tion mot in the Court Hous~atuu
day, and heard all complaints fror:
tax--payers. While the Stato an<
County did not suffer in thoi
hands, yet their decisions wore nc
ticoably in accord with the spirn
and ohjoets of the law in referenc
to their duty, anid gavo satisfactio.
to al11 conicerned.
Read T. C. Gower & Soni's ad
vertiseomnt in the JOT'RNAL,, and i
you want to get aL good idea of th
variety and immenseness of thei
stock of Painsa and Building MF
terial, visit fhliijl'argo warehouE
on Washuington s'treet; -'iri Grer
ville. 'rho first floor ifused as th
city depot for the N. & Di. Railroad
and the basementis welt v mnti ln
and lighted, .icd H .*
k- NOTIO.-All who live in Gate
,s. District No. 22, are asked to meei
le at the center of said district, beinj
near W. H. PJrry's on the 7th o
April, at 3 p. m. Therofore fai
not as businoss of importance is t<
Y' be transactod.
T. L. ROBERTSON.
J. C. GARRETT.
A. B. RIGGINs.
COUNTY ALLIANCE MEETING.
jh, County Alliance will meet at
-. April 4th next.
WId thv Lncture
-.1Vubli. \Will b, glad to
- asn~rn of I brthren pro
'ilt a n ind--lothe publl
toi t )t on (li the' sp1ak
a -. T -:\' \)V':2UN OF 'rI,!
A \ I I iV: 1In% : ifwrir As
a~. w- hv oon invit
r D1)iviion to me iiet
1 4u ill a Union Metig, it
C. . Bapist ChIuirch, on
day ons hefifth 8nabbathi
. n o ,11thik the
U a:i a g dI .u, and breby
o. ut ine to accept
~ ti i . A.ti churches of
. : i trict will
4. 4 1e h a i logates to
-. : U District
d:: . ., at the time
a, o 1e ti , aid it, is hopod
they w ill Ied a f ull dologatio.
W. C. SEABORN,
Modern torI of Scoo'nd Union Dis.
School Commissioner Bright is
confinod at' home by broken rib
and other injuries; received in a
runaway accident last wook. He
was riding in his huggy on his way
to Greenville, when a mule, attach
ed to a buggy in tho road behind
him, became unmanageable and
run into Mr. Bright's buggy, strik
ing him in the side with the shaft
of the buggy' to which the mule
The following is the rai'lroad tax
Ordinary County, 2419.03
- Past Indebtedness, 2004.91
- Court House, 475.23
Of this aimount, the sump for or
:1 brv (e< not" v andix pnst indebted
x -. e applieable o
p1 *,(t't -Yi ICouty Comn
m12.d :4ri.a2 ". *norhioid to uso
)t~ 11il lict
* -h 1 -- hot w tho
4...un ii, ai Ii h I icuke.3 Pai rsonl
4 r i .qu ~ o [..-s,2fltilig (he
.n ), pr.~ .y . .aue~d, to the
undmigned,~( on1 ( I-fe.(t ft 20th
at Arilk I-. .t a y ;. the pur
p -' of pavi4.* up the eluimsi
,:do (.1)-i <-', jo .1* prosent
udaca~t -to proent all
nu ..rt;1i I 2,: 22:r.t Quarterly
-1*. :. :W ivure funds to
pesV t samei. Those8. who hold
aniy e1iai m nill therefore soo the
Siportan a of prMesenting tho same
'r. c. RonnisoN,
Chairmuti of Committee.
' rHILOAH'S CURE is sold on. a
I guarantec. It cures Incipient
consumption. it is tho best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
- dlose. '25 cts., 50 ets., and( $1.00.
.. Sold by all druggists.
r troItble~d with Neura~llgia4 andeiI Rhetttai iin,
his$ tomiach~l was~ dliordet ed. his Liver
wasti Vf1'eteto an11 alarnt.ltig dlegree., appe-(2
t it~ ed l a4 way, and4 lhe was2 t err~ibly redua
*.-., it' lle--' ited -l renI'I th 'P'hree bot i.e
13 E,1 tectre liin e rsC cred hun,. I.
., st .4si .4ret ..i 1hi5.h-g of eightl. yeatrsi
.9:41d14 '.~. LetI 4e 2 1.ree b ttl.S ef El~ectrie
lijtt..-rs andt eve' bo4xt. o'f isociden2I's Arn'i-i
eat salv~.- an, d i4j. l'-c is eitid and wei
f .Jlihnj Speker, Catan b lil. O)., had ive larg~Se
P.Vc; sture., iii hi" lteg. doetIOl Said( fl-*
w; wa. inetrabh-. One b~ottlec Eleetri hr.
s*'ritd him enitirel. .* ' by OsV(bornuie &
i, It.-1e3 aniit W. T'. M1 l-'all, lekens.t 8 C
Bet eulenM A rnica Sa1v.
heit orset Salve in, the world for cutea
(3 ttis , Aerces, uliceri,, salt rheiam, feye:
Sores'., V-.tter, ch.ipped hatids, chilblains,
a4')4 and aiI'll (ite rin, and >iositlIft
en ' pips, 1)1 '. . to~ 'ay r?(pri . It ii
- .. e m etsfactlo'a, ol
cu. .i a8 C
- .irt, Ind4.
- , 4 cents ir
-. fl naar
The next quarterly meeting 4
tho County Alliance of Picker
County will be held Wednesda
April 4th, next.
JoHN C. WATKINS,
Sec'ry 8d District Allianc
It Should Be In Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay StSharpi
burg, Pa., says he will not be wih
out Dr. King's New Discovery to
Consumption, Coughs and' -Colda
that it cured hin wife who'wasihrea
ened with Pneumonia after an attel
of "La Grippe," when various othe
remedies and sevoral physoien. hai
done her no good. Robert Barber
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King'
New Discovery has done him nor
good than anything he ever used foi
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Trj
it. Fro Trial Bottles at, W'I. tMc
Fall, Pickens S. C. Large bottlei
50c. and $1.00.
Have your Watehes, Clocks, ai
Jewelry repaired properly, and by r
thoroughly reliable workman at Gil
reath-Durhani Company, C rep9ville
Electric BitterS. atw
This remedy is becoming so well knowr
anid s0 popular as to need no special ien
tion. All who have used -Electric Bitterf
sing thc same song of 'praie. A pure
medleiIne does not exist, and it is guaran.
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bit.
ters will cure all disacses of the liver anti
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, sall
rheum and otlier affections cansed by im.
pure blood. Will drive malaria from th(
system and prevent as well as cure all ma.
larial fevers. For cure of headache, con.
stipation and indigestlon try Eloctric Bit
ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, oi
money refunded. Price, 60 cents, and $1.0(
per bottle. Sold by W. T. * AleMl, Pick
eus, S. C.
A Guaranteed C.i.
We authorize our adveitierd drug
gist to se Dr. King's Ngw Discovery
for Consumption, Cougl' itColds
upoin this condition. If y are. af
flicted with a Cough, Qoid..or an3
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble and
will use' this remedy as direuted, giv
ing it il fair trial, and experience n<M
benefit, you may return the bottie and
have your money refunde<L We could
not make this offer did we not knom
that Dr. King's New Discovery coulk
be relied on. It never disa poiut.
Trial bottles free at W. . T. N AleFall'
store Large size 50c. and $1.00.
KARL't CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresh.
ness and clearness to the corm
plexion and cures Constipation
25 cts., 50 cts., $1.00. Sold by al
Mrs. T.8S Hawkins. Ohattanoc
ga. Tenn., says: "Bhiloh's V
talizor 'SAVED MY LIFE.'
consider it the best remedy fo
a dailiitated system I ever used.
For dyspepsia, Liter or Kidney
trou ble it excels. Price 75 centa
'Sold by all druggists.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will
purify your Blood, clear youi
complexion, regulate your Bow~
els and make your head clear ai
a bell. 16c., 50c,, and $1. Bolc]
b~y all dIruggists.
When you get to Greenville go t<
Gilreath-Durham Company for a hat
o'ver you want in Crockery-ware Tin
ware or Ola-warg.
Remember that the place to buy
Cooking Stove i~s ate Gjlreath-Dur.
hamt .Oomipany's, Greenville, S. C
TFhey' sell the wvell k: nown "Iron King'
Ellmo an d "Liberty" "Stores" which
m te b esh.t Stoves ever sold here fu'
SIIILOII'S CURE, the grea
Cough and Croup Cure, is it
great.demand Pocket size con
tainis twenty-five doses only 15c
Children love it. Sold by at
While -the Dioetorff are D~oubtIng
Scientists have discovered the
germs of many diseases but unfor
tunately niot as yet the means o:
tho deostructioni of these gorms
At proen1t the "culture" and noi
the dlestruiction of the deadly bac
Ueria seems to absRorb their atten,
Hlowever they Iall agree thsat
wolt nourished hodly and lbenty
of ozone are decidedly unfavor
ablo to their development. Whib
the doctors aro in this State of uin
certainty; and even longer, wouh
it not bo well for the patient t<
have recourse to the well1-trie<
Compound Oxegem, which is boti
germicide and vitalizer? Duria
the last twenty.three years it ha
cured cases p:-ohiounced incuraN'
and this stateinent substantidte<
by those who hae,. tried it. I
heQ Witnessed( the failure a:
"lymph" and life eliair.'
Investigate the mattqr for youmr
I elf. Send for our book 200 pages
it will tail you about the -remed:
anmd furuish you with many testi
mnonials and records of surprisini
curesi. Book sent free, Dri
Starkey and Palen, 1529, Arch S
Phiaelpihin. Pa. New York, Sit
>f NoTICE.-All old soldiers belon
is ing to the Wolf Creek Camp of Col
r, federate Veterans are hereby notifle
that thero will be an annual meetin
of said Camp, at Pickens 0. 11., o
. aturday, March '31, 1894i at to
o'clock. Every member is requesto
, to attend. Our annual dues of tej
cents each, must be forwarded on o;
r by the first of April next in order t4
keep up our organization. Be sui
to bring your ten cents:
J. A. GRIFiti, Capt.
r W. B. IIENDRICKs0 8=01ty.
THE FIRST IRISH POTATOES.
Sir Walter Haleigh Planted Them Near
Cork, but the l'oope Fenred Them.
Sir Walter Raleigh was an unprin
cipled adventturer and ii led s an ad
inistrator al eolonizer, but Io had
a muost coimendablo tasto for plaititing
aid gardening, aand inl these branches
of oiitort is influenco relails poteit.
Three hundred yoart havo passed since
ho lived in [roland, in the county (if
(ork, on the vast .osti att. which had beon
bestowed upon him, but the yellow wall
flowers which ho bronght 'to Ireland
from the Azoresstill flourish and bloom
in the very spot where Io planted thoem.
Near by, at Youghal, neAr Cork, on
the shiores of the 'Ulackwater estuary,
staids the Athine chorry. which he
planted. 8omo cedars whic') l1e brought
to Cork aro stil.-lgrowing at a place
called Tivoli. Four yow trees, whoso
branches have grown atid interlbcLd
into a sort of suinmor houwo, aro point
ed out is having sheltered Raleigh when
h flint snoked tobacco in his garden at
Raleigh tried to mako tobacco grow
fin Great Britain, but the climate wat;
not found suitable to it. Ho ticceedvd,
howover, by introduoing thehabit of
smoking it, In .magiug it grow io plenty
in other .places. ,
Moe important to tfie woeld than the
spot wvierb Italeigh sat-And smoked his
Indian-weed is-another spot in his gar
den at Myrtle Gr'ove, in this same
Youghal. This spot is still bounded by
the town waft of the thirteenth century.
It was here that Raleigh first planted a
curious tuber brought from America,
which throve vastly- bettor'than his to
bacco plants did. .
This tubor Raleigh insisted was goo'd
to eat, though common report for a long
timo pronounced it poisonous. Some
roots from' his vinos he gave to other
land owners in Munster. They culti
vated them and spread them abroad
from year to year.
This plant was the Irish potato. 13o
fore many generations it became tht
staple food of the Irish people-almoost
the only- food of a great many of them.
It was the "Irish potato" which
camo back to America and becamo the
groundwork, so to speak, of the Amer
ican farmer's and workinigman 's daii lY
breakfast and dinner. Sir Walter'i
curious exporiment in acclimatizatiot
I became an economic step of the ver1
frst consequence, and the spot at You
ghal which was its scene-deserves mark
ing with a montimuent much more thai
Sdo the placee where the blood of me
|has beena shed in battle.- Youth's Con
Neve hasa men been spore method
foal in hisa work than Profpssor Ruskin
nor aiare grecis in obedienee to the
rules he'hs laid dearn for hii guidance,
His working hours have always bees
from 7 in the morning until noon, and
on no aceount whatever would he ex.
ceed the limit. Within those flve diaily
hours hans ail his work been produced
books, lectures and buisiness, public and
private correspondence. Workc in the
afternoon has always been by himsolf
forbidden, unlesus it took theo foria of
reading. Uis earlier works, of course,
were written at Horne or at Deminark
Hill or while 03n a tour on the conti
nent. HI-s later ones haive been wrought
In great part at tho flower dteckedl table
of his study, overlooking Coniston lake.
A wonderful rooni, that long study of
his, wvith his Turnerh upon tho wallk
and ranged in'raniks in the great Tiurnou
cahinet upon the floor, ith its b~ook
cases of wonderful missals and'mann
scripts and early black lotter b~oeo and
the original mianuscripts of a half den
of Scott's nove*ls, with its suporbi Lucca
delila Robbia " Virgi1n iand Child'" over
the fieplaro at ono endio andt the inei(ral
en-bine't at. the other. WVith what, ple'as
uroe did Riuskinu hiow themi to muo on my
first visit-- --the unrivaled 'collect ion of
aigates and the qfuailiy perfect collectioni
of gold ores9 ando the rost.--McClure't
- 'The Ohinoao.Bunehback.
I- -am.: re~minded of a picture I pur
chased somne time ago. I bought it bo
cause I thought it was the ugliest pie
ture I had over soon. I tried to find out
the history or moaning of the thing for
some time without any success until
few days ago, while studying Taoismn,]
found the'- ugly man was one of the
Taoist gods. In his early days hisa spiril
had the power of leaving lisa body. and
roaminag ever the universe alone. When
oft on one of these trips, wolves eamn.
and ate his body. So when his spirit re.
turned it found only a few bones. Afte,
hunting around for awhile the spiril
found .the body of a dead hunchbaol
Sbeggar who walked with an iron cami
in his lifetime. The spirit crawled ii
this flody and has lived ini it ever since
Tih Kwalel, for that is the god's name
carries a gourd on his back, which, il
the breath were blown out of it in ti<
heavens, would bring back his original
body. .According to last accounts, tie
Sbreath has not flown out of tihe gourd.
Canton Cor. LouisviloCourier-Journal.
Where snow Is Rled.
Snow is sometimes found in polar and
SAlpine regions, where it lies unmelted
Sfrom year to year and the annual fall
Is small, colored red by the presence ol
innnumerable asliall red plant.. In i
I ative state the plant consists of bil
lia e globules on a giblatinous smes
Bed now asebeerved by the anoiate
a passage in Aristotle referulng te i
but it attracted little ou no attenti
until 196, when Sanasure observed I
Pin the ANpa and eoneladed that e *at
due to the pollen of a plant, it we
also noticed by the arctie expedito
under Captain Ross on Bafflu's bay show
-on a range of cliffs, the red color pens
Strating to a depth of 12 feet. Loe fre
,quent is a green growth on Snow.-Ja
dies' Home Journal.
3 A men mnat 8t4ands8 oroct., not be
THE LEADING STOVE
The Bost S tovo [vor Sol
(( Main Street, (
Dealers hi everything in CRC
WARE, TIN-WARE, WOO
IAYS THE BEST GODS
February 23, 189-1.
(Successor to Ilates
VEHICLES, of all kinds, HA
COL LA RS, BR IDL ES, Sole
Shoe Findings, Sal
Vehicles, Kentucky V
Co's "Old Hickory Wa
facturing Co's Columb
laraest Bumy, Waon and H
We Make The Best iW
Hl. C. Marki
G. WV. Sirn
0 Hero For TN.Ill
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FOR rTH Price
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a Leather, Shde Uppere;
sy Carriages, Cost
us Buggy Co's Ele
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armess lione im the Stats.