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e ieple a Jourrl.
TUURDAY,&IU3Y 81 1894
We will send the JOURNAL and
the HOME AND FARM one year for
A. R. N. Folgor, of Easley, visi
ted Pickens last Sunday.
Capt. J. W. Butler, of Athens
Ga., paid Pickens a visit last week.
Miss Melanie Thornley is. visi
ting her sister, Mrs. W. W. White,
Meiars. John Robinson and W.
C. Smith attended preaching here
Mrs M. J. Harris, of Greenville
county, is visiting her soi, T. D.
Read T. D, Harris' ad. this week.
He has something interesting to may
We gMi4'se'veral changes in our
Greenville ads. this week. It might
be profitable to you to read them.
Miss Grace Williams, of Wel.
ford, S. C., is'visiting the family
of her brother, Dr. J. F. Williams.
Homer Richey, of Clemson Col
lege, visited his father's family, H.
A. Richey, this week.
Miss Dora and Miss Lydia Fol.
ger, of Easley, visited Miss Stella
Newbery last week.
Messrs. J. T. Lathem and H. E.
Russel, -of Easley, were in town last
Audrew Cureton, of Greenville,
rode over to-Pickens on his wheel
J. E. Brown, of Central, has
some special attractions in Spring
Goods. Call on him.
J. R. .Ross, of Kings, made a
pleasant call on the JOURNAL Mon
Miss Mary Kirksoy, who has
been teaching a very flourishing
school near Dacueville, returnod
Miss Mattie Kay, who has been
teaching a very flourishing school
at Double Springs in Anderson Co.,
has closed, for the Summer.
Miss Marie Huffman who has
boon visiting her uncle, Mr. Carey,
for the past four months, returnod
to her home in Seneca last Satur
Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1*. P. Fant, who1
has' been visiting Capt. Thornley's
family for the past three weeks, roe
turned to their home in Seneca
Misses Rogers has opened a corn
plete line of Millinery, Dress Goods,
Notions, and the latest novelties of
the season.- .Call and inspect themi
at 45 coffee street in G'reenvil1e.
Rev. Dr. Bailey, of Greenvllg,
preached a very interesting ser
mon to a very large and attentive
audience last Sunday in the Bap-.
Capt. W. P. Conyers, of the
Qreenville Guards, caime over last
Weingsday to help organize the
u'9* muilitary conopany in Pick,
'There was a military compa y
orgaizedin Pickens last We nog
dp'yi the ogeew. were J.. Lewis
Captard, B. M. Griin, L. E. Chil
dress, and J. D. Holder, Lieuiten.
The immense stock .f- T. A1
Walker & Co., of Greenvilne, isanow
on the market and wilabe sold forn
*eneh at a. great .sacrifnce. New is
you*4pportunilty Ito gtateargains.
.Lura Reaves, colored who lives
~near-town, was bitten by a spider
last week and was seriously ill
from the effects. She is attended
by Dr. Kirksey and is improv
Dr. WV. A. Cox, of Hart County
Ga., is visjting his father, S. M.
Cox, of Briggs. Dr. Cox brought
his father a bluo cat fish, which
was 82 inches long and weighed
16 pounds. It was ettught near
the mouth of Tugalo river.
Dr. W. F. Austi will go to
Charleston Monday to attend a
meeting of the Dental Associatin,
and will be at Pickens again May,
14th, for a few days.
The autograph letters festiyinag
to cures made by Ayer'w Saire Aril.
1a and other popy onfa kept
on file at the J. 0. #fjgeifu. ofice
Lowell, Mass. Th 4~from all
over the world and ste ilwefully
shown to any one desirous of see,
Mrs Susa Hill, wildow of the lat
Louis Hill, died at her residonc
near Dicusville on tho 30th till
She was 70 years old and left si:
children and many relatiyes t<
mourn her death.
Sam J. Ashmore left Picken
last Sunday for Ruthorfrd, N. 0
where he will go to work on the
Sutherfdrd Herald as publisher.
We are sorry to lose Sam from
Pickenu,. but wo wish him much
For every variety and phase of
the many diseases which attack thei
air-passagos of the throat ahd
lungs, Ayors Cherry Poctoral will
be found a specific. Its anodyno
and expectorant qualities are
promptly realized, and it is always
ready for use.
All heads of familios that are
willing to aid in carrying on a sun
day school at Johiisdn's Chapel,
will please meet at that place on
Sunday evening the first Sunday
ip M(ay, at 2 o'clock p. m., to co6n
sider the propriety of a school.
The attendance of the Quarterly
Meeting at Fairview, Saturdpy an4
Sunday, was large and good reobrth
from the charge were received. Rev.
John 0. Willson, the presiding
elder, preached the dedication ser
mon. Fairview is in a good-sec.
tion and promises to be onle of the
leading churches in the county.
Lost at the Uftion Meeting at
Enon, on the 5th Sunday in April,
a pair of Gold Rim Spectacles; the
rims to eotend over the ears. The
finder would confer an appreciated
favor by returning the same to the
owner, Rev. L. T. Weldon, at Lib
erty-leaving them atJ. H. Brown's
1100 1n Gold Preminnas.
We will allow a ednnission of 15 per cent
on all cash isubscriptions obtainied fo:
Tui CoLU31nL WERKLY RICOUSTERi, 1.11
nioney in all cases to accompany the or(ler
And we will also give THR EE CASH PIVE.
MIUMS' OF $50.00, $40.00 and S20.00 IN
GOLD to the personi sending ts the thre<
reatest number of cash subscriptions a
61.00 each by the 1st of September, 189.
the subscriptions may hN forwarded a
taken and an account will be kept, givinj
due credit for all naimes received. in thb
contest for the three cash prizes no con
missions will be allowed. In sending ii
subscription in competition for the cas
prizes, state that fact.
For one dollar a year [money, notstamps]
you may get Tnn COLustRIJ WEEKLY lIEG
lsTER, published every Mlonday andl Thuri
day. It vputains the latest telegraph news
full marlset reports,.all the news of tht
State capital city 'and correspondence fron
all parts of South Carolina. TI-is is a fresl
and original paper-No rLATE MrATTEn. Tor
RuousTER stands squarely by the intorest:
of the farmers. When you conclude to take
a weekly just remember that you cnn, I:
your mails will admit of it, get in TuE REo
rSTER a first class paper twice a weeok for
the same price you would have to pay fora
paper coming to you only once a wveek, and
Yery likely containing more news of anoth
er State tihan of your own. TuE RtEolsTER
ought to have thirty thousand farmers andl
their dollars at its back-won't you be one
of them, and at once? Remit to CIAntLe
4. CALVO, JR., Proprietor, Colnnbia,.S. C.,
by P. 0. money order, registered letter or
Express draft. You may get TUE COLost
ElA DAT REGISTER, containing the latest
gfor S0 a year or fifty certs a month--a
etu~t and wvell filled newspaper.
pli tessing Cough,
~-- SORE JOINTS
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
"somo time since, I had a severe o
th4ilrof asithma, aecomnpanied with v, 0
dJ4r4 pugh and a general sorenes:, *
, ttb ..i s and muscles. I consulted o
-b~~uandt' trIed variouis (emnedies, Q
b~fiu getting any relief, until .
of ever being wvell again.'
ially, I LoOk A yer's Cherry P'eetoral,
and in at very short tine, was entirelg
curd.,I cntherefore, cordillyan
confidently commend this medicine to @
ali."--J. ltosEutls, victoria, Trexas. ..*
"My wife had a very troublesome g
cough. Shem uri:d .\ycr's Cherry Pecto- o
rat and procuredl inmediato relief."....0
(U. Ii. Ponnien, hlumphreys, GIa. O
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral !
Received Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR S
It Slaouald Ie in Ever'y Niouise.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be witi:
out Dr. King's New Discover'y foi
Consulmption, Conghs and Colds
that it cured his wife who was threat
ened 'wtIh Pneumonia after an attacli
of "La Grippe," whenu various othe,
remedies and several physcians hai
done her no good. Robert Barber
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King'
New Discovery has done him mor<
good than anything he ever used fo,
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. F roe Trial Bottles at W. T. Ma
Fall, Pickens S. (). Large bottlei
The NoC CIt
Spring and Su'
For Men. Boys and Children. I
or 50 Cents on the Dollar.
A man in our Store said last
for a pair of trousers, "if we (
country, what must it be with ti
ing?" He could not understan
trousers for 40 cents, or a coat f
Nevertheless we do it, thoug]
the why or wherefore. We al
$10,00 Suits for $5,00, $15,00
for $10,00 and $25.00 Suits f<
blacks and blues, in cassimeres
cutaways and Prince ALBERTS.
of CLbTUING ever brought
and fresh from the mnanuf icturt
offiered FOR SALE IN A RE
are SELLING it right throup
M' When you come to Greenvil
around for a few minutes to satisfy
truth or not.
Greenville, S. C., April 19, 1894.
SPECIAI TRAINH -F0U' SOUTHERN
BAPTIST CONVENTION, DALLAs, TEX
As, MAY 11th-15th, 1894.-The
Gooi'gia Pacific' Railway has ar
ranged with the connoctions sp)
cial through train sorvice from At
lanta to Dallas, leaving Atlanta
Tuesday, May 8th, 9.30, p. in., af tor
the arrival of all the trains from
The connections of the Georgia
Pacific at Birmingham will take
up tho fast schedulo from. thiat
point, and you have the choice of
thl routo via Memphis, via Shrove
port, or via New Orleans.
The Georgia Pacific is oue hun
dred to two hundred miles shortor
tim any other line, and will ope
rato tad quickest schedules both
going and returning.
Tho special train will reach Da'
las 7.00 a.. i., Thursday morning,
.May 10th. Through Pullman sleep
- ing cars and. first class day coach
,es will run through A tlanta to Dal
a las without change.
Send in your name to any agent
Sof the Georgia Pacific or its con
nections for reservations.
GE NE RA L CONFERENCE M. E.
CrURCH, SOUTH, MEMPHIs, TENN.,
MAY 3d-31st, 1894.-For the above
occasion the Richmond & Danvillo
Railroad and Georgia Pacific Rail
way will make special rate of one
first-class fare for the round trip;
tickets to be sold April 30th and
May 1st and 2d, with extreme lim
it June 1st, 1894.
The route via Birmingham is
the only through car line to Mem-.
phis, and the time going and re
turning by the Richmond & Dan
yille and Georgia Pacific in con
nection with the K. C. M. & B. is
several hours the quickest.
Be sure your ticket read over
While the Doctors are Doubting.
Scientists have discovered the
germs of many diseases but unfor
tunately not as yet the means of
tho destruction of these germs.
At present the "culture" and not
the destruction of the deadly bac
teria seems to absorb their atten
Howvever they all agroe that a
well nourished body and plenty
of ozone are decidedly unfavor
able to their development. While
the doctors are in th is State of un
certainty ; and even longer, would
it not be well for time patient t.o
have recourse to the well-tried
Compound Oxogom, whichm is both
germicido and vitalizer? D~uring
thme last twenty-throe year.s itha
eurod casl priOHllonounced .incurale
and1( this statemo t subsetan tiatedl
by thiose who have tried it. It
hm witn~essed the failur- of
"lymph" and life elixir.'
Investigate the mat ter for your
self. Send for ou r boo0k 200 pages.
It will tell you about the remedy
andl furnish you with many testi
monials and( records of surprising
cures. Book sent free, Drs,
Starkey and Palon), 1529, Arch St
Philadelphia, Pa. New York, San
Francisco., Cal, Toronto, Canada
SHILOHI'S CURE, the groat
Cough and Croup Cure, is in
great demnand Pocket size con
.tains twenty-five doses only 15ic.
C hildren~ rove it. Sold by all
ith iog Store.
S & Co.,
.o be sold at exactly half-price,
Saturday, as be paid 40 cents
.omplain of hard times in thir.
te people who make this Cloth
d how we could sell a p.ir of
or 50 cents, or a vest for 25 oPs.
i we did not explain to him
so sell 15,00 Suits for $2.50,
Suits fo- $7,50, $20,00 Suits
)r $12,50. We have them in
of every color, in sacks and
We have the biggist stock
t5 GRENVTLTJLE: it is ALL NEW
rs' hands, and has never been
TAIL STORE before, and we
-h at 50 Cents in the Dollar.
lo just come in our Store and look
yoirsolf whether we are tolling the
DREIFUS & CO.,
The New Clothiers,
Wait until all my 20 cents New
Orleans Molasses are all gone before
you lay in a supply they are certainly
a h-argain that you don't get often.
Don't fail to try a dollars worth of
my 5 pound Coffee-arid don't for
-jet the 10 cent Pepper .aknd Spice and
Scents. sodla, sulphier a-Ml sardinles.
Don't erase to irmember that I
want. to sell you. Floun,land that I
gnetrntee my prices and the goods ex.
actly as repr sented.
Don't buy your Cottoni. Roes until
you see. mine. If they don't keep
your crop clean it won't be the fault
of the Hoc.
Don't ladics want a pair of beauti
ful Oxford Ties. I have them at 75
cents and Patent Leathers at 81.00.
Do't buy -traw Hats or girls -md
ladies Sailors until you see mine.
Don't. You need Plow S h o a s.
Don't you want shirts. Don't you
like my 25 cent Tobacco.
Don't f orget I sell Hood's Sarsaparilla
at 85 cents and a supply of Simmon's
Liver Medicine and Black D)raught.
D~on't forget my Cigars are fine.
Don't fail to call on
____T. 0. HARRHIS.
The seerv~fary' of the Elkh art Carriae
anid 11arness Afg. Co., .of.,EiJkhanrt., lIn.,
muformrs us thazt their prices wiii be lower
for Jmt than ever, le wvshes us to ask
our readers not, to purchaso anything In
the line of carriages wagons, bicycles or
luirness until they have sent 4 cents in
sItmpsr to) paypostaget on their 112 page
catalogue. W e advae the readers of this~
paper to rem"'nber his suggestion.
Esnekien'sf Arnica Salve.
rhe nest Salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sorcs, ulcers, salt rheum. fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positi'.e.
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by W. T. McFall, Pickens, 8. C.
J. Hl. Clifford, Newv Ctissel, Wis., w.vr
troubled with NeuralgIa and Rheumnatism,
lis stomach was disordlered, his Liver
was afl'ected to an alaring degree, appe
ite fell away, and he was terribly redin
ted in flesh and strength. Three bottles
>f Electric BlItters cured him.
Edward shepherd, larrisburg, Ill., had
u running sore on h'13 leg of eight yas
tanding. Used three btesof Eeic
Bitters anid seven boxes of BIeklen's Arni
ma $alve, arid his leg is sound and wecll,
John Speakcer, Catawba, 0., had flye large
Peover sores on his leg, doctors said his
was ineurable. One bottle Electric Bit..
tcra and one box Buckler's Arnica Salve
mnred hIm entirely. Sot I by Osborne &
Kirksey and W. TI. McFall. Plekens. S.C
This remedy is becomIng so well known
and so popular as to need no special men.
Lion. All who have usned Electrie" Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
mnedicine does not exist, and It is guaran
teed to dio all that is claimed. Electric Bit.
ters will cure all diseases of the liver anti
kidneys, will remove pimp~les, boils, salt
rheuno aind othier atfections cansed by im
pure blood. Will nive malaria from the
system anud prevenlt as well as cure all ma.
lari fevers. For cure o headachc, con.
stipation and iniigest ion t.y Electric Bit
tern. Entire satlisfactionu guaranteed, or
money refuinde'd. Price, 60 cents, and $1.00
per bottle. Soldl by WV. T. MeFah,, Pick
Remember that the place to buy a
Cooking Stove is at Gilreath-Dur
hami Company's, Greenville, S. C
Th'ley s'll the well1I: no-.n "Iron K ing'
Elimo a ml "Liberty'' "'Stoves'' which
nre the best Stoves ever sold here for
Mrxs. T. S. Hfawkins, Chattan oo
ga. Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.'I
consider it tho best remedy for
a dlebilitatedi system I byer used."
For'( dyspepsia, Liver 6r Xidney
troublo it' excels. Prico 75. cents.
Sold b y all diruggists.
When you get. to Greenville go to
Gilrearth---Durham Company for v, hat
ever you want in Crockery-wvare Tin.
ware or Glass-ware,
SHILOIX'S CURE is sold on a
guarantee. It cures Incipient
consumption. it is the best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose. 25 ots., 50 ets., and $1.00.
Sold hy all drnggintn.
Olast weerk wesetery wA ooehcour&ging,
bringlug many newfaces and njaking a stron
ger hold on our numerous customers that we
have decided to continue same this week.
The offerings will be far more attractive and
embrace greater variety. Remember, none
of these goods placed on this counter are
worth less than 8 cents, many worth 15
and 20 cents choice 5 cento.
Every cent you sa4 in the few purchases
of goods is cash left at your disposal. Now
glance at a fow money savers.
All linen, colored bordered, Doyltes
worth 5o cents, now 25 cents.
72 inch all linen Damask 75 cents quality,
now 60 cents.
46 inch Bilk fuinsh all wool, Henrietta
same as advertised by other houses as a
bargain for 69 to 76 cents, our price 60cents.
Printed pin cord ?. K's at 15 and 20
cents, sold elsewhere at 26 cents.
40 inch printed Lawns 12% cents quality,
at 7 cents.
Good pearl button in 16 to 24 line at 6
cents per dozen.
One lot ladies ten cent Handkerebiefs at
New Swivel Silks.
New Duc.ks and other wash goods.
A. 1K. Park
DRY GOODS AND SHOES,
10 PENDLETON STREET,
OREENVILLE, S. C.
M1ay 5, 1891.
THE IMMENlSE STOCK OF
T. A. V(Ier & ro.,
IS ON THlE MARKET
REGARDLESS Of Cost!
The Cut in Prices will bge Ag.
The Offerings in Values will
The Quantities in each Do
Thne DISPLAY 01? Styles and
The Stock consista of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES,
All of which must be sold in a aho rt time
The deobts have to be liquidated, and the
only way to pa~y them is to sell the Goods
and get the money.
W& We will Charge no Goods whatever,
but Expect the Cash for Everything Sold.
The Millinery stock is by the largest,
most aitractive and best se.eted stock in
the city. Everything~ in this department
must be sold1 in a few days. Ladies, and
merchai'ts as well, should examine this
stock as it contains a great many things
kept in all firstclass dIry goods stocks.
oat rota i t h entire stock. rmtesal
Our object is to sell and get rid of the
stock--the sooner the better. Any depart
ment of this immense stoek will be sold in
bulk if ay one wants to buy.
Buyers abroad will do well to note these
facts, as prices made~l on all goods would
certainly prove a good investment.
P. D. & J. D. Oilreath,
May 5, 1894. AGENTS.
xI Tm :rmar
All other stoves have tak
en a back seat.
Call and see our Margain Counter, i
COX & SEIGLER,
13i atiu Street,
GREENVILLE, .- . (.
T, H. IALL, Humnager.
Jan. 25, 94--tf.
c -- NEW"1 Olml.Ae11
*AI.17U N - m--usEn I
kjare.1. now p.
BU IS'"S SEA) halve proven them
selves to be 'rI.m..:s-e :mom m . gmarantot.
to SELL No OLD NX E I.
Mansion loiuso Drug Store.
OMlEENVIal.E. S, '.
VA LUAE LE PREMfIMS
A va~mlube Ilook for aI Ili 4:i n eml ui
-A flEA l'TIFI'i.
0011lurthiani N11Venir Spoon.
The Weekly News & Courier,
The Great Sontherni Faiily Newspaper,
Offers to every Yearmly SubslCrjiber *'ichlb
of~ the ov Pre(4I'i'miums II
A BHOLUTPE LY lit iE!
Thle W~eekly N'ewH anud Couraiir, I yea; r*
(with Preiumi) . I oo
The Weekly News aind ('oumrier, si
mnonthao (without I'ceenmima~
Send for sampleu copius at i circula, rs.
Addrenns. T'J H EE H KL N NIJ8 4.
C'OU.RIlEIR, Cham~rl'.si ou, 5.. tuy .
W. C. BA LETT'S
Which will certainly go cheap for the
Cash. It will be to your initerest to
see my GAoods anmd get pijc(...
A good lhmay and ()vOmswue
\VAGON, will bu s'oldr at a 1bar14!.
A lot of S1 IflT to be -.buI at a
sacrifice, from 25 ('ents to 75 CentsN.
Family G roeriies
Of all kinds, 0iways on han.1, will
be sold at the smallest pro)fit.
*lir Call early, and( call often, and
se if I havn't got somethling you
Mm'rchi 1, 18091.
Lace Emi deriOI(Iy, chleaperl'
Fancy Dres~s G oods, at all
grde and prilces.
Dimnit y Stipes(?, nil III iols.
CJalicoe8, :'l Linds'~, 5 ('ents
Good Silk Mitts, I10 to 25c.
Look ait our1 25 eent Corset,
it is a beauty for 25 cents.
Tf you wanht a good suit of
Clothes call at the New York
Racbet-in (aet everything at
the lowest pr1ICes.
When in want of FLOUR,
call and see me,
For the Merchant that gives you
mnore G,'oods for your money thun I
Will. Just notico the following pri.
Youth's Suits at $8.74
Do. (10 - 4.7;
Do. do .60
Miieni's (10 4.7b
Do. (10 6.60
Do. elo 71
11 up to $15.00.
Coffee 10 pounds to the dollar.
Cotton Checks 41 o. by the bolt.
3-4 Shirting 41c. 4 " 4
Print., all styles, from 4 1.2 to Cc.
all colorr 7i C.
G4ood iBrogfan Sh'joei J75" conita-oth.
er' Shoes in proportion.
A lot of Shoes, smnall and large
Nos., at cost.
Childre'ns course sioes 121. cents
Jeans at. U, 20), 2 1 and 30 cents.
Can't 1e1 beat at the price.
1 will bly your. h1t Cotton, Seed
Cotton, and Cotton Seed, at market.
prices. Also, dry or green Hides.
Mr. C. H1. Parkins and Richard '.
Hitallum, are now witli me, and wil,
be glad to leet t.heir friends.
J. 11. Brown
Liberty, S. C., Oct. 12, 1893.
PIc.s . S., ('., Jiauary 27, 1894
Por it ho enefit of I hose Illat re s31uffer
ing with V'ariever or TrnrI will give.
ylnI a sa i ttit'ii t I lly case. About
till'e ve'r-5 ' () 1:1 st Spiing F noticed 11
smitall 1i n mynse i 11111 I Sool ecame
alarmerl 1-1 : li sulted a Doctor anld be
i.. 1mIllmed it ;I Tm r. 11111 treated- it aS
S I , bt l t'll-rward' % it h1 if tlt.rc 'ed. I then
consnited4 !)r Wilkins'on lt Greenivillfe,
anld h1e 1Irealvl ii a1whib'-mi1d hke pronoune111'
ed ilt %4 .1; but inl (.al , .six Ilonths ic
en11li m l nekag in, ii <ml ( ho :1)1,h1 dMy of
Noven.1.l.r, lat o n ecdthe ulse ff
W. V. 1,N l CINI1,
and n 'unti.:-:Nn~I ihve Tumor or Call
Ir- la simpl .or to
hel-1, whiech healehd 11p nlily inl a shlort
tirnie, mil if alppe-r, nlow to be soum!
m11141 wol. The \ u -I isq su1peri. to
Oll l til i h i e.\ us ,
.a .I P. CON.
Night ,nl-4 n w i ' 1 itolS, regardin the
Cor"o. -8. DA . M E
Smith 'I!& SmithI
113 ntI;5 li t Pht. reenvi
Split Boton handa l iresatliln
IOfribO111 s, CadlesC4, 'f
TE1' a b''les, ashstands1)5
A lrg Wardr f obesYlU~~ia
wil ur yui urage auCls
Cisand OPClACE' askres, wl
it a l So iit will h answereduby fole
A it in no at all tio tul Gding
of pure Dill11, CIIEMICALl, TOI
Alg ktock fl lCOUonlitSYUPSdha
full cue-n yourI' tCngh a1143 ond Cods
t full lnla f I)iaat EYEASE
an SPEscACLS for.e'i~ onr e.ull
Aolnitllc, dis now titogtoadnn
hen 'I('11'tl'tlyg'ome and allb.u
Wilke. aNh.in ontt hand. .
ful ne-an eerythnuully~ fOdutndu
Notyico ia Pre tslefulyt
W hen oremb aly give noineta a all a.
pl 0oJ . N. Wyatty, M.eo Dr.
ba',e for 1l'ichens County, S. 0., on
Salesday in May 18941 f or a~ fnal set,
tlement of the estate of Mrs. Mar'y
Ann Cantrcll, deceased, and ask to buy
dtienussed as Administrator.
J. W. S3UTH'ERLAND,