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IURBDAY, APRIL 19, 1894.
We will send the JOURNAL and
11HOME AND FARM one year for
o. Murphee, of Dalton, led the
ist singing, last Sunday.
S.e Misses McKay's advertise
b of their New Spring Goods.
. E. Robinson, is finishing his
store room, on Main Street.
H. Newton went to Liberty,
Saturday, on business.
'. A. C. Merrick, of Walhalla,
in town, last Saturday.
: ,rrey C. Thornley and P E. Al
i nder went to Greenville, last
r. MoCampbell of Knoxville,
%.,was in town, last Saturday,
iss Alma Smith, of Anderson
nty, is visiting Miss Stella New
rayton Price, of Sunny Dale,
ted his grand father, T. R.
e, this week.
iss Sallie and Annie Smith, of
A irty, were in town, last Satur.
> tta, the two year old daugter of
and Mrs. James Garrett, died
Monday-she was interred at
r. J. M. Rampey, of Easley, was
'wn, last Tuesday, for the first
in eight years.
. Birch, the popular salesman
he King Horderere Co., of At
, Ga., was in town Tuesday.
-ad Dreifus and Co's advertise.
of their Clothing at 50 cents
A. Palmer had to kill his ed
* :3d dog, last week, on account
:, being mad-dog bitten.
ere will be a Pic-nic, at Brock
:, near Liberty, on the first
rday, in May.
. Cannon and wife, of Brevard,
., visited friends and relatives
ickens this week.
*T. McDaniel, of Dacuaville,
ed hie parents last Sunday, and
. M. Hagood and family, of
wey, visited relatives ini town
hn L.Thornley jr., of Easley,
'as Hattie Harris, of Greenville,
* siting her brother Mr. T. D.
ria, tia week.
r. Reade, of Lowell, Mass., was
)Wn, last week. Mr. Read rep.
aits the J. C. Ayer's Medicine
ev. Mr. Seymour, of WValhalla,
- iched two very interesting ser
is, in the Baptist Church, last
V. L. Jenkins left Pickens, last
a cday,'foriRock Hill, S. C., where
..will go to work on the Woman's
Miss Ella Price, of Sunny Dale,
1 Miss Whitmire, of Brevard, N.
are visiting friends and relatives
;own, this week.
~. C. Jennings left last Friday,
*Charleston, S.C. He hadin
*charge a prisoner name Patter
t is reported that a certain old
power of our town is growing as
kcey as a kitten and that he
ohes the mail from Pickens,
r y closely, and at times his sighs
as most distressing to behold.
It is also reported a certain per
* in Pickens, watches the Easley
mail very close.
Gsee. W. Patterson, the, prisoner
b am J. C. Jennings carried tu
*rleston, was sentenced to 80
if'e in the Pickens jail.
Thanks for the kind invitation
Sthe Sunday dinner at th Ex.
K ange Hotel, in Greenville--New
vme., strawberries, and ice cream.
Mir. and Mrs. J. L. Thorniey re
oned .home, last Saturday, from
uderson, where they have been
iuitingatheir daughter Mrs. White,
for the past week.
Miss Cora Bowen, who has been
teachiug a very flourishing school
a 1 Daousyille, for the past three
H. 0. Bowen left Pickens, last
Thursday, for Sherman Texas
where he wil I loca-te to practico law.
He will go by way of Atlanta, Sa
vannah, and the Gulf of Mexico.
His many friends in Pickens wish
No small objection which you ig
folks had to tho old-timo spring!
medicines was their nausoxusneo .
In our day, this objection is re
moved and Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the
most powerful and popular of
blood-purifiers, is as pleasant to
the palate as a cordial.
Emory L. Jones, of Dacueville,
Township, had the misfortune of
getting his right leg broken last
week at Easley. his mulo became
trightened at a bicycle and ranaway
with him. Joseph Looper, jr., who
was riding n ith him was also seri
The Twelve-Mile Singing Asso
ciation will meet with the Prators
Crook Baptist Church, on the fifth
Sunday in this month, at 10 o'cl'k.
All le4iders and the public gener
ally are invited to bring your song
books, and especially your dinnor
baskets. E. M. Bolding, J. G. Sea
born, J. C. Fow-Committoo.
Henry .Ward Beecher once in
formed a man who came to hiR
complaining of gloomy and do
spondent feeling, that what he
most needed was a good cathartic,
meaning, of course, such a medi
icine as Ayer's Cathartic Pills, eve
ry dose being effective.
Carpenter Creek school kouse in
Dacusville, Township, was finished
by Thomas H. Willis r and W. -1.
Jones, and tzg maoi a good job
of it, last week.
PENSIONERs TAKE NOTIcE.-Pen
sioners who are entitled to any of
the Artificial Limb Fund 1884, are
reauested to call at the Clerk's of.
fice at once, and make their appli
cation before the Clerk of Court.
J. M. STEWART, C. P. C.
April 12, 1894.
.w ro UR 71 rIC ACES
Or you re all wom out, reall go'd for nothing
it Is general deihity. l'ry
11nowr?"o m ov Wi1vi us.
Juwmoure ra M a0r.
SOUTHERN 11APTIST CoNvENT10N.
Dallas, Texas, May 11th-15, 1894.
It affords us much pleasuro to in
vito your attention to the suiperi< r
advantages of' the Georgia Pacilic
Railway, the Great ShunrgLin e,an
its unequaled attractions for your
journey on the occasion of the
Southern Baptist Convention, at
The Georgia Pacific Railway
from Atlanta vis Birmingham, is
the only Line presenting choice of
Via Birmingham and Memphis,
and Shreveport, and New Orleans.
In addition to regular service in
daily operation, the Georgia Pacific
contemplates Special Trains on
this great occasion, to most com
fortably and expeditiously take
care of our Baptist friends.
Diagrams are now ready, and
you should most certainly look ou
for your own best interest, by soo
ing or communicating with any
Ticket Agent of this Line, or with
one of the undersigned before clos
ing your arrangements. Be sure
you get the best.
WV. H. TAYLOR, Div. SPas. Agent.
A. A. VERNOY, Pas. Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. (10 Kimball House,)
N. B.-You understand of course
that the service returning home
ward, is also the best by this Line.
ATTACKS THE EVES
"My husband was subject to severe
attacks of neuralgia which caused huim o
great pain and suffering. The painsO
Were principally about his ey.es, and he
often had to remain in a darkened room, o~
nIot being able to stand the light. Ayer's Oj
Pills being recommnended, lhe tried them, o0
using ens before each meal. They very o8
soon afforded relief, followed by perma- 0
nent euro. I am a strong believer in the oi
effleacy of Aye'r's Plls, andl wouuld not
be without thema for ten times their 0O
Oost."-Mrs. 74. Et. DnBDAT, Liberty, Te x.
"I have used Ayer's Pis in my family o
for forty years, and regard them as the.O
very best.-Uncle MARTrN lANCoCR ,
Receivd Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S PAa
The Ne OCh
Spring and Sur
For Men. Boys and Children. t
or 50 Cents on the Dollar.
A man in our Store said last
for a pair of trousers, "if we c
country, what must it be with tli
ing?" He could not understan
trousers for 40 cents, or a coat f
Nevertheless we do it. thougi
the why or wherefore. We al
$10,00 Suits for $5,00, $15,00
for $10,00 and $25.00 buits f<
blacks and blues, ' in cassimeres
citaways and Prince ALBEDWPs.
of CLO,'HING ever brought
a1 fresh froin the manufsicture
offered FOlU SALE IN A 1E
are -ELLING iL right throug
AM' Whon you como to Greenvil
around for a few minutes to satisfy
truth or not.
Groenville, S. C., April 19, 1894.
It Should Be in Every House.
J. B. 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 his wife who was threat
ened with Pneumonia after an attack
of "La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physcians had
done her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery haa done him more
good than anything he ever used for
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Free Trial Bottles at W. T. Mc.
Fall, Pickens S. C. Large bottles
50c. and 41.00.
A Caisaranteed Cure.
We auithoi izo our advertised drug
g.ot to se Dr. King's New Discovery,
'or Con- umption, Coughs and Colds,
111m tihis conidit ion. If ) ou are af
ii I ieted with a Cough, Co-d or any
Lotng, Thuroat or Ciest trouble, and
Ii us this remedy as dircted, giv.
inig it a ilur taial, and experience no
beeft, you may return the bottie and
have your money refunded. We could
noi make this offer did we not know
that Dr'.King's New Discovery could
be relied on. It never disappoint.
Trial bottles free at W. T. MicFall's
store Large size 50c. and *1.00.
Wile thae Doctors arc Doubting.
Scientists have discovered the
germs of many diseases but unfor
tunately not as yet the moans of
the destruction of these germs.
At present the "culture" and not
the destruction of the deadly bac
teria seems tc absorb their atten
However they all agroo that a
well nr)ishedl body and1( plenty
ofI ozone1 aro dlocidedly unfavor
:ible1 to their' deve'lopmenOt. While
he docLors aro in this Stato of un
certainty ; and even longer, would
iLt1not be well for the patient to
have recourse to the well-triod
Compound Oxegeim, wvhich is both:
germicide and vitalizer? Duringi
the last twenty-three years it hasj
cured cases pronounced incurable
and this statement substantiated
by those who have tried it. It
has witnessed the failure of
"lymph" and life elixir.'
Investigate the matter for your.
self. Send for our book 200 pages.
It will tell you about the remedy
and furnish you with many testi
monials and records of surprising
cures. Book sent free, Drs,
Starkey and Palen, 1529, Arch St
Philadelphia, Pa. New York, San
Francisco., Cal, Toronto, Canada.
Mrs. T. S. Hlawkins. Chattanoo
ga. Tenn.,, says: "Shilo. 3 Vi.
talizor 'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
consider it the best remedy for
a dlehil itatedl system I ever used."
For 4lyspepsiaL, Liver or' Kidney
tr'ouble i! ('e os. Price 75 cents.
Sold( by' all diruggtsts.
8IlI1,0lI'S (il RF, the great
Cough and croup Cure, is in
great demand. Pocket size con
tains twenty-fiye doses only 15c.
Children love it. Sold by all
When you get to Greenville go to
Gireat h-Durham Conmpany for u~ hat
ever you want in Crockery-ware Tin.
ware or Glass-ware.
Use 54.wa's Xroun nitter.
o -he sold at exactly half-price,
Saturday, as he paid 40 cents
omplain of hard times in thit
e people who make this Cloth.
d how we could sell a pair of
or 50 cents, or a vest for 25 ets.
i we did not explain to him
so sell $5,00 Suits for $2.50,
Suits for $7,50, $20,00 Suits
ir $12,50. We have them in
of every color, in sacks and
We have the biggist stock
t5 GiJRENVILLE: it id ALL NEW
rs' hands, and has neVer been
PAL bTORE befrIe, and we
11 at 50 Cents in the Dollar.
le just como in our Storo and look
yourself whether wo are telling the
DREIFUS & O.,
The New Clothiers,
TO ALL THE BAPTIST CHURcHuE8
.N THE SECOND DIVISIoN OF THRE
eWELVE MILE RIVER BAPTIST As
WOCIATION.-As we have beon invit
>d by the first Division to moot
*vith them in a Union Meeting, at
Oickens C. H. Baptist Church, on
Saturday before the fifth Sabbath
in April next, and we think the
proposition a good ono, and hereby
express our willingness to accept
the invitation. The churches of
dho second Union District will
therefore elect their dologates to
moot with the first Union District.
at Pickons C. 11., at tho tino
above mentioned, and it is hoped
thely will siend at full] delegationl.
W. C. SEARoux,
Moderator of Second Union Dis.
CONFEDERATE V E T E R A N S' RE
UNION.-Birmingham, Ala., April
25th-26th, 1894.-The Richmond
& Danville R ailroad, and the Geor
gia Pacific .Railway, will make spe
cial reduced rate of one fare for
the round trip for all persons at
tending the Con federate Veterans'
Rie-Union, at Birmingham, Ala.,
25th and 26t.h of this month. This
is going to be a great gathering of
the old soldiers and their friends,
and the peopleoOf Birmingham are
expecting many thousands to be in
The Richmrond & Danvillo and
the Georgia Pacifnc are making pre
parations to handle the Veterans
from all along the Line in Virgin
ia, tho Carolinae, Georgia, Alaba
ma and Mississippi, and the low
rate of one fare on'ered makes it
within roach of -all to enjoy the
great p~leasures on that occasion.
Call on any Ticket Agont of' the
Lines named for full infornmation.
No'rICE.-The trustees of Prators
School District, No. 26, will meot
at the location of School sito, on
Saturday, May 5th, for the purpose.
of letting to the lowest bidder, the
building of said house. Specifica
tions are 36x24 feet, posts 10 feet,
flooring six inches wide, kiln-dried
and put d o wn broken-jointed.
Weatherboarding to be dressed,
six windows, Ono( door. To ho
covered with good heart shingles,
JAMEs E. BORovansR, ('. n. T.
Are broken diown froma overwork or household ]
wro Brown's Iront Bitters
7ero>iiteayEtern, atd diotoi remve er.
Nice line of Lad ies' Dress Goods
just received at Lewis & Son.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purilier gives fi'esh
ness~ and( cleamess 1 to5I the comn
pl~x ion :n1 cures1I'M~f ntij~at ion
25 c's., 50 ets., $1.00 Sold by all
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San
Diego, tal., says : "Shiloh's CIa
tarrh Remedly is the first medi
cine I have over found that
would (do me) any good." Price
25c. S'ld by all druggists.
H~ave your Watches, Clocks, and
Jewelry repaired properly, and by a
thoroughly reliable workman at Gil
reath-D.urham Company, Groenville
S. C. _ _
KARL'S CLOVER 1RO0T will
purify yo-ur Blood, clear your
complexion, regulate your Bow
+~c "" mu-- head cleai' as
MIr. Editor; Plonso publiish that
the Liberty Singing Associationf
met with the Enon Baptist Church,
on the 2d Sunday in April 1894.
J. A. Hinton, Presidont, called on
Rev. F. R1. McClanahan to opon.
After roading a portion of (od's
word, and after naking somo ap
propriato roniarks askod M. P.
Rodgers to lead in prayer. Aftor
which Prof. W. W. Norris arraing
ed the class and led the music in
his polite way for twbnty minutes,
with Mr. Dean Singleton at the
organ. Then tho Prosident called
on W. E. Smith, who led the class
in his butiglesome way, for twenty
minutos. - Thon W. H. Bryant led
in his elegant way, for some time.
Singing then adjourned for one
hour and a half for dinner. After
which tim re-asseombled. Cluss
lod by W. 11. Bryant, with Miss
Mary Bowon at the organ, who per
formed nicely. J. A. Durham then
led in oseo fine music. W. E.
Smith then led for fifteen minutes.
W. W. Norris thon gave us some
fino music. - F. R. McClanahan
galvo us a nico talk, and called on
T. G. Waters to lend inl prayor.
Singing then adjourned to moot.
with Tabor Methodist Church, 2d
Sunday inl June.
M. P. RootEns, President.
W. E. SMi'rn, Socrotary.
J.. 1. Clifford. New Cassel, W is., wa
troubled with Neutiralgia and Rhetmatittsm,
his stonach was disordered, his Liver
w:s afected to an :larIig legree, appe.
tite fell away, anid ie wts terribly redit
edl in 0lesh IIAnd strength. Three bottles
of Electric Bitters enirled him.
Edwird Shepherd,ilar1risbur, Ill., had
ak runntiiing sore oil Ill's leg of eight, years'
tanding. Used three bottles of Il'Iectrile
BItters aid seven boxes of iBucklen's Arni.
ca salve, and his leg is soun( andI well.
Jo ln Speaker, Catawba, 0., had lve large
Fever sores on his leg. doctors said nl
was incurable. One bottle Electric 11.
tets and one1 box iiekle.'S Arnie Salve
entred h1im1 entirely. 8-. by Osborne &
Kht liey and( W. 1'. M -Fall. P1leens. S.Q'
'ihis remedy is becoming so well kniown
and - poplar as to In<-Od no sipc< ial mnenl
tion. All wIho alive ised Electric Bitters
sing the samne song of praise. A purer
medicine does not, exist, and it is gnaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electrie lilt.
lers will cure all diseases of the liver and
kiduLys, will remove pimples, hils, stIlt
rieunt and other affections cansed by iut.
pure blond. Will arivo nalarita from the '
system aind prevent as well as eure atl m.
larial fevern. For cure of headnehe, Con.
rtipationt and idigeslion try Electrie Bit.
ters. Entire statisfactioni guarateed, or
money refunde(ld. Price. r0 cents, and $l.00
per bottle. Sold by W. T. McFal, Pick
Remember that the place to buy a
Cook ing Stove is at Gilreath-Dur
hanm Company's, Greenville, S. C
They sell the wvell Lnown "Iron K~ing'
Elimo a nd "Liberty " "Stoves" which
are the best Stoves ever sold here for
"SHILOH'S CURE is sold on a
guarantee. It cnres Incipient
consumption. It is the best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose. 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 .00.
Sold by all druggists.4
Best Cotton Hoes, all sizes, at 25
Plowve reduced to 4 cents. A1
imall lot of p'ows~ at 26 cents, to close.
Only a few more of' the 60 cents I
A good Cedar WVater Bucket, only
Blind Biidlos, only 50 cents.
When the littlhe lot ot New 0Olas
Molasos are vold out, that will end it
at thte present prices, come while they
lat, 5 gallonsfor $100.
I have sonmc real fine Molassos, bright
is honey and a few IHome-made, they
ire for sale.
Fino line of Shirts, look at thtemt.
100) Envelopes, 5 cents.
Lace Curtains at 50 cents per pair,
lndl Curtiaum Poles at 26 cents com-.
T. 0. HARRIS.
P. S.--All kinds GA RDEN SLCEDS
end IRISH POTATOES for late,
April 19, 1894.
Ins just opened all Infest stylos of
At the lowes1t poss5ibb1e pries:.
Maini Sti ect, (Grenvillo,, $. C.
A pril 19, 1894.
NiCE LOT OF'.
dil new clean Gloods. Call and see them
JO0HN T. LEWIS & SON.
A pril 19, 1894.
lotice of Final Settlement.
I boreby give notice that a will ap
l1y to J. B. Newbory, Judge of Pro.
>ate for Pickens County, S. C., on
Ialesday in May 1894 f or a final set
lement of the estate of Mrbi. Mary 1
ann Cantroll, deeaed, and ask to be J
lismuissed as Administrator.
T W MITTTlfla:T. A NV
;J et iy crN sai
4 i n
COLLADBIDL4 ESO 0o] L
The Findin ros, Bab So
V~ehiles, K .~ent uek W a()
liCor' "O 9ikr ao
facturing C .a* .
T ~ ' r 's. - -
Ioir For Ti1o *Price.
Y, ('NISA, GLA
\ \ / andI.
ESS, Robes, SADDLES
ather, Shoe Uppers,
B3uggy Co's Elegan'
i o nl Manfa~fcturIne
s," the Pope Manu
0 iIiSO l tho State,
Greenvilile, S. V.
DNS in the SOUTH