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THURDAY, %tAY 81, 1894.
We will send the JOURNAL and
) HOME AND FARm one yeax for
A. E. King, of New York, was in
tn last week.
F. B. Cobb, of Richmond, Va.,
3 in town last week.
'. M. English of Columbia, is in
'n this week.
V. T. Mears lost a very valuable
- last week.
1. E. Wilbur, of Charlotte, N.
was in town last week. -
.bb, a very old and faithful
I dog, belonging to Eugene
cander, died last week.
ur farming editor says that the
ot cold snap has damaged the
. D. Harris has a change in his
this week. Call in and see if
2asn't something to suit you.
as. P. Carey and Julius E.
gs went to Augusta, on railroad
. D. Bruce who has been quite
in Anderson returned, home
Monday, very much improved.
ee P. Orr has finished the build.
where he is going to put up a
3reifus & Co., of Greenville
o sold out their immense stock
lothing to a Charlotte firm.
(r. and Mrs. John Ferguson, of
nville, visited friends and rol
es in Pickens, last week.
[is Anita Ambler of Amblers,
ted friends in Pickens last Sat
arried, at the brides' father, Mr.
. McDaniel to Miss Rosa Low
Rev. J. E. Foster officiating.
M. Rampoy has something in
sting to buyers for read. See.
change of advertisement.
lios. L. Bryans, the genial trav
g salesman for Arnold & Mc.
i, of Atlanta, was in town last
ave Arial is engineer, conduc
baggage-master, flagman, and
ress agent on the Pickens ard
ley road during Capt. Hester's
oy. Mr. Rook of Pelham, has
2 called to the Baptist Church
.11 the place of the late R. WV.
[arrried, at the residence of the
te's, aunts Mrs. Jane Wyatt, on
r20th, by Rev. J. E. Foster, Mr.
F. Crenshaw, of Oconee, to Miss
a Kilby, of Anderson County.
T. T. Rowland, the genial'editor
he Central Tyro, made a pleas
call on the JOURNAL on the
nith and Bristow changed their
ertisement last week, if you
o not read it, then see what
;ains they are offering in
[arried, on May 8d, at Hellam' s
esmrg, by Rev. J. E. Foster, Mr.
E. Burns, of Marietta, to Miss
.Powel near Hellam's Crossing,
apt. J. W. Butler the very pop
Straveling salesman for the
nk E. Block company, of At
;a, Ga., spent two days in Pick
aiding deputy collector Blay
:, assisted by L. C. 'Thornley, J.
'ennings, and A. C. Fiden, a cut
lockade distillary on cane creek,
iss Hattie Grady, daughter of
). Grady returned to her home
- Pickons last Saturday, from:
mnyille, where she had been at
ied, near Twelve Mile Caml:
mzd, on Tuesday last, Mrs.
~crombia, wife of John Aber.
ibie, aged about 48 years. The
ral services wore conducted by
W. C. Seaborn.
'od, when it sours on the stom
beco~mes'innu~triti ve and u i
esome. It poisonis the blood.
>Oth mind anid body suffers ini
aquence. What is needed ti
re perfect digestion is a dose
o of Ayer's Pills. They never
'teen dollars a day rel~re
the average amount paid
every saloon in the Unit~ed
The Musical concert, given by
Prof. Leoper and his class at the
Baptist C h-u r o h last Saturday,
night, was a grand success. The
Prof. thoroughly understands mu
sio and is a fine teacher, he will
probably teach another class here.
GooDwiN, S. C. May 20th, 1894.
Sir: I notice in your issue of
the 17th instant you Announce the
death of W. H. Summey, it is a mis
take he is neither dead nor sloop
ing, but up and attending to his fi
nancial affairs. W. H. SuMMEY.
Gertrude, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pritchard, died
in Anderson County, on tho 20 th -
instant from cholera infantui, and
was buried at Prospect Church the
day following. The funeral servi
ces were conducted by Rev. B.
Deputy Marshalls F. E. Cox, J.
B. King, P. F. Thornley and raid
ing deputy R. E. Causey, of North
Carolina, raided and captured a
blockade distillery, and in the dis
tillery J. M. and W. M. Chapman
was found on Eastatoe, last Sun
It is a great mistake to suppose
that a simple tonic gives strength;
it only stimulates the stomach to
renewed action. To impart real
strength, the blood must be puri
fied and enriched, and this can on
ly be done by such a standard al
terative as Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
We have been requested by the
postmaster at Gates, to say that
the mail will arrive at that place,
at 10 a.m. and leave at 10.15 from
now on in place of 11.15, on same
days, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Mrs. Joe Pearson was in Pickens
last week, and billed the town with
her posters of her medicines. She
does not depend upon others to do
her work, but does her own post
ing. Her medicines have a good
reputation in North Carolina and
other States, and she is just intro
ducing them in this State. Dr. G.
W. Earle has thom for sale.
A CARD.-Mr. Henry Fortner
and wife, desire to roturn their
heartielt thanks to neighbors and
frieuds for their kindness and as
sistance during the fatal illness of
their son, Jan.es Henry.
M1AY 29th, 1894.
The election in the Bethilehemi
School District was held ou the
26th instant, on the qujestion of
special tax, and failed to carry in
favor of special tax for .said Dis
trict. M. WV. NEwTON,
(Ch. Board of rustees.
The Liberty Township Singing
Association will meet at Tabor
Methodist Church, about four miles
North-west of Easley, on the so
cond Sunday in Juno, at 10 o'cl'k.
All lovers of music are requested
to come out and bring their sing
ing books, and.take part in prais
ing God in the service of song. We
expect an address from some one.
Let everybody come.
M. P. RoGEnS, President.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San
Diego, Cal., says: "Shiloh's Ca
tarrh Remedy is the first medi
cine I have ever found that
would do me any good." Price
25c. Sold by all druggists.
Mrs. T. S Hawk ins, Chattanoo
ga. Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
consider it the best remedy for
a debilitated system I ever used.'
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
Sold by all druggists.
ATTACKS THE EYES
"My husband was subject to severe -
attacks of neuralgIa which caused himn o
gr'eat pain and suffering. The pains 0
were principally abqut his eyes, and he o
often had to remain in a darkened room,
not being able to stand the light, Ayer's 0
Pills being recommended, he tried them, g
using one before each meal. They very o
soon afforded relief, followed by perma- O
nent cure. I am a strong believer in the gO
efficacy of Ayer's PIlls, and would not
be without them for ton times their
cost."-Mrs. M. E. DaniAT, Liberty, Tex.
"I have used Ayer's Pills In my gamily
for forty years, and regard them as the
very best.--Uncle MARTIN IIANcocR,
Lake City, Fla. '
Received Highest Awards*
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR *
CLOsING NoTrON.-We, the under
signed, merohants of Pickens, agree
to -close our plmes of business at
six o'clock, in the evening, ex
cept Saturday's and public days
beginning on May 21st, and to con
tinue until September 1st, 1894.
T. D. Harris, A. M. Morris,
W. T. McFall, W. C. Bramlett,
Hagood, Bruce Leo P. Orr,
& Co. J. B. Newbory
J. T. Lowis&Son,
The trustees of Six Mile school
District, No. 27, will met at tho
house of T. P. Garrett, at 3 o'clock
on Saturday, the 26th, May 1894,
for the purpose of lotting to the
lowest rosponsiblo bidder the build
ing of a School House. Plans and
specifications mado known en the
(lay of letting. Trustoos havo tho
right to reserve and roject any and
all bids. W. 11. Tu1oMnAs,
Chairman of Board.
All who are interestod in levy
ing a special tax for school pur
)o0e in Johnson School District,
No. 110, are- hereby notified, that
there will be an election hold at
the school sito in said District on
the 31st day of May. 1864 to decido
the matter of the said special tax.
By order of Board.
B. J. JOIINSTONE,
May 17th, 1894.
Wlhile time Doctors are Doubting.
Scientists have discovered the
germs of many diseases but unfor
tunately not as yet the means of
the destruction of these germs.
At present the "culture" and not
the destruction of the deadly bac
teria seems to absorb their atton
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
Compound Oxegemn, which is both
germicide and vitalizer? During
the last twenty-threo years it has
cured cases pronounced incurablo
and this statement substantiated
by those who have tried it. It
has witnessod the failuro of
"lymph" and life elixir.'
Investigate the matter for your
self. Send for our book 200 pages.
It will tell you about the rmedy
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, Toron to, Canad a
SHILOHl'S CURE, the great
Cough and Croup Cure, is in
great demand Pocket size con
tains twenty-five doses only 15c.
Children love it. Sold by all
SHLILOH'S CURlE is sold on a
guarantee. It cures Incipient
consumption. It is the best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose. 25 ets., 50 cts., and $1.00.
Sold by all druggists.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresh
ness and clearness to the comn
plexion and cures Constipation
25 cts., 50 cts., $1.00. Sold by all
When you get to Greenville go to
Gilreath-Durham Company for what
ever you want ini Crockery-ware Tin.
ware or Glass-ware.
We offer One hundred dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cuare.
F. J. CHIENEY & CO., Props,
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tihe last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions anid fi
nanicially able to carry out any ob'i
gations made by their firm.
W~sT & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug.
gists, Toledo, 0.
W A LDING, KINNAN & A RvIN
Wholesale Druggissa, Toledo, 0.
H~all's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surkaces of the system.
Price, 75c. per -bottle. Sold by all
l~ruggists.. Testimonial free.
A GAunaanteed Oue.
We auithorize our advertised drug
gist to so Dr. King's New Discovery,
ror Con-umnptioun, Coughs and Colds,
'I pot this condition. If y ou are a f
flicted with a Cough, Coidl or any
Lung, Throait or Chest trouble, an
willI use~ this remedly as directed, giv
'ig it a fair trin I, aind experience no
benefit, yon may. returni the bott:e and
have your money refunded. Wo cold
no' make this offer did we not kniow
thant Dr. King's New Discovery could
be retied on. It never disappioinit
Tri bottles free at W. TV. .\lcFall's
store Larue size Snn. ami sa nn.
Buealenvo Arntea alve.
,rhe Dest Salve in the world for cut
btulises, sores, ulcers, 'salt rhoum, fevc
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilbins
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positl
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It I
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, a
money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box
For sale by W. T. MeFall, Pickens. 8 0.
J. 11. Ollifor~d. Newv Cassel, Wvis., w%,
troubled with Netraigha aid Iheimiat ism
his stomach was disordeied. ils Livei
va11 all'eeted to an alar Ing degree, appe
Ito foll a'aly, inud he wa-21s torii06y redul
ied iii flesh atut streigth. Three bottle
If 10cerie Hitters cured hin.
Ed.ward Shepherd, larrisbur:-, ll., had
t runilug sore oil his leg of eight years
tandihig. Used three bottles of Electric
[litters and se veln boxes of Buicklen's Arni
ma Slve, and his leg Is sounld and well.
Fohn Speaker, Catawmba. 0., had live large
ever sores oi his leg. doctors said i.
,as iicurable. On)e hottle lleetric Bit
ers amid One box Buckle:-'s Arnica Sac
-tred him etiirely. So- Ib Osbone &
irksey and W. T. MeFall. Plekens, S.C
It. Slouuld Me in Every IIouse.
J. 13. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
:mt Dr. King's New Discovery for
"Olsuplil)tion, Coughs aid Colds,
that it cured is wife who was threat
L3:ned with Pneumonia after an attack
of "La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physeims had
dlone her n'0 good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything ho ever t'sed for
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it,. Try
it. Frec Trial Bottles at W. T. Me.
Fall, Pickens S. C. Large )ottles
50c. and $1.00.
Fun1 is the only Illust riated1 oper pub lish
Pd inl South Ciarolina. It is pitunh full of
wit and liumor. Sent to your address six
niontls on trial fort wenty five-eints. Send
itamps forsample copy a cub iiire.
Address FeunIl Ptblishing Co, 2 %ain St
Dolnnjbia S. C.
IIontae-ItInsed cot ee.
A GuEAr TiiiNo FOR 'OUTHERN IARMSus.
Mr. P. II. MAIirtil, of Mauit-n, Laurenn
Co., is the agent. for the seed of a little pllit
which pronises to save our farmers milionus
of dollars. I. pirodcee a iherry, that Is very
similar inl all respects to coffee and Cal lie
easily raised inI this climate. Tho Hoadlight
hats received a sample from Martin, and it
has the 8ame aromatic odor, ani producees
as doliciou.s a beverage as the imported ar
tiele. Tho seed is plit tip in 25 anld W0 'eiti
packages, an(1 each seed prolies it planit
rrom wheihl a pint to a cIuart of coffen'i is
gathored. It can he planted nitil Jnne
10th, an(d llatures in four montlis. Over w
busihel have been produced from ii single
iere, and it canl3 he raisell for less thimn u
'.ant per pouid. The 50 eent %%.keges will
plant 200 hills.--Baptist Courier. 3t
KARL'S (LOVER ROOT will
purify your Blootd, cear youT
Complexion, regulate y our Bom
els and iake your head clear ai
a, bell. 15c., 50c,, and $1. Sol
This remecly is becoming so well know
and so populari as to needi 1no special mner
thi. All whno have used Electric Ilitter
sing tine same3 song of praise. A pure'
medlicine does not exist, and( it is guaran'2i
teedl to(4 2111 alltht is cla~imed. Electrlie Bit
Ier (5will cure al11 diseases5 01 the live amQ 23
kidnieys, wvilI remlove pimples, hlils, sali
rheum 1411 and other affection32 Canlced by3 im
pure 1blood1. WAill ivey air ia frnomn tin
53y(stem11( andprevent, a1s wel as (lure all mia
ltipain and1 inidigest ion try Ih-etric Hit
1lers. Ent1ir isantisrfaction ginmmiteed, 01
moneyiQ retf131deld. Price, 50 ce(nit and31( $1 .0(
per bottle. Sold by W. TP. MAleiah, Pick
i'si, S. C.
Thlle sectarn- of tihe likhart, C'arriagn
andi lianess .\ fg. Co., of l: ninhat, Ind.
SIfoms us5 tht. t hnel i rices will be lowei
bor 15&t thn ieer. t ci w'.ishes uts to ask1
,nnr read~ers in.ot, to purc'hnase ainy thing in:
- iue (of cariages, waLgolis, bicycdles 03
-:1 ii)es333 unii they h'vo' peint. 4 cents ini
--ta mp j to pay Jaost agti ..n their 112 pago
Cann~ oane(. W1e ad~ve ,' .be readers of this
.aper I to 3ran,bs, hii' jk sggetjozl,
State of Sohtli CarolIia, 'g"
County of Pickons, C ommon
Copy of Summons for Relief-(Com
planint not servede .)
John T. Anthony, in hnis own right
anid as Admfinistraltor of Henry J
Anthony, Vaishti E. Henudricks
Sarah A. Freeman, Av~erilila Fieldl
Darcus 0. Stewart, Adelizta lill]
Henry J. 1). Ant hony, James R. J1
Anthony andt Paul U. Anithon~y,
Samuel Blassingamne, Reese Blassir
game, Au gustuis Bllassingamne, .Fran1~
Blassingame, Dorens C. Uhlassin
game, Averilla Blaissingame, aw
Sloan Blassingame, Defendants.
Tlo the Defendants above namned:
You are hiereby' sumnmonied and ret
quired to answer the complainti
this action, which is filed in the ofhk
or' the I:ler% of the Courit oh Common
Pleas, for the said County, and t
serve a1 copy of your answer to ti
said complamnt On the subljcrib~eri
his ollce, ini Pickens S. C., wit hi
twenty days after the ser'vice here<
exclusive of the (12ay (if such servi("
and if yon fail to answ'.er thei con
plaint wit hin the time afor'esaid il
plaintiff ini t his aiction1 will ai - i
the Court, for tho relhef dema~ nded i
J~ntedl 18th day of Mauy 189
'T. C. RlOUINSON
TIo the defendanflt Samuel Bhasnsi1
game, Reese Blnassingame, Augati
Bllassingamine,and D~areus Binassinigam<
Sloan BIass ingameil. Ta2ko nbotie
that the complahitint mi tIs actioni w,
filedl in the ofhice of1 the clerk of tia
court the Common leha~, for Pieoe
Counlty, South (Carol ina, on the 18i
day of May 1894I.
T. C. RoInison,
HOUSic oF REPRsUENTATIV1S.
LABAN MAULDIN is horeby
announeod a Candidate for ro-eloc
tion to tho Legislature, subject to
tho action of the Domocratic Pri
J. E. PARSONS is hereby an.
nounced as a Candidate for Coun
ty Auditor, subject to the action
of tho poople in tho Primary Elec
W. T. ODE Ll, is horeby announ
cod for re-olection as a Candidato
for Stato Sonator, subjoct to the ac
tion of the Democratic Primary.
JOSEPH S. MURPHREE is
horoby annouiced as a Candidate
for Couty Troasuror, subjoct to
tho action of the pooplo in the Pri
JAMES E. BOROUGHS is hore
by anmouneod as a Candidato for
County Troasuror, subject to the
action of tho poplo in the Prima
J. T. YOUNG BLOOD is -horoby
announced for ro-nomination as a
Candidato for County Troasurer,
subjet to the action of th pOoplo
in the Primary olection.
rT. CHRIS. ROBINSON is horo
by announced as v. Candidato for
School Commissioner, subjoet to
the action of the peoplo in the Pri
J. B. NEWBERY is horoy an
nounced for re-nominat.ion as a
Candidate for Probato Judgo, sub
joct to the action of the peoplo in
tho Primary oloction.
M. F. HESTER is horoby an
nounced as a Candidato for Pro
bate Judgo, subject to th action
of the peoplo in the Primary oloc
0. P. FIE LU is hereby annoum
r cod as a Candidato for County Su*
j pervisor, subject to tho action of
.1 the people in the Primary olection
M. P. ROGERS is hereby announ,
a codl aIs a Candidate for Coun ty Su
Iperv'isor, subject to the action of the
Speoplo in thme Primary election.
E. Fi. LOOPER is hereby an
t, n)ounfced as a Candidato fr Coun
ty Supervisor, subject to thoe ab
-|tion of tho people in the Primary
Bi iou es. tu :ie .' iniia:ia, I iidigestlon and
It,(ll cures 1 q ichy J r :ll by ull dealcra I
Inedi ine t , th ui ne i
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Ma, EDrron :
INow, as the~ warm11 day's are
.coming on, the good Pholks
will naturally begin to think
about lighter' Clothing, IHats
-andl Shoes. We might sug
gest th at, as our Stoek is gen
erally full, that this wvonld be
as good aL place to buy as any.
We have a ice line of Cot
ton ades, Cheeks, Yarns, Sheet
ings, Tickings, White Goode
.and Timinigs. A lot oi
a new Stoves and House-keeping
o Good -Flour, Wheat Bran
'Coin and Peas.
I rou, Steel, Nails and a goo<
Sline of Building and W~Xagoi
Gr'(iahii Cr adles and Mov
Bladles. Look at 'em "neIve
b~reaKE 8toye yessels.
-* Does your B u g gy nee<
~. painting?~ Theni paint it your
self at our Store for 'ON]
W. T. McFALL.
oMay '1st, 1894.
h ~ Many Pers4ona
Are broken dlown from ovetrwork or ),Ouseoldl
cares Brown's Iron JhitterI
'.r~ esifl thoaHyteni alidigestaon, remotveA(i
To make room for Summer Goods
we are bent on closing out our Sprin
Dress Goods in Wool and Wool mixe.
Also all Spring Fabrics in all materi
We have "Sliarven" prices down in
to the Very Core.
Our Stock is New-no Old Stock to
offer-and in buymn z here you are get.
ting Stylish Goods, as well as at
U seless to deny that muoney is nee~d
ed to meet spring bills coming duo
and we must get up the money.
Will These Bring It ?
New lot ladies ribbed Vests 6
Cotton Diapers 50 cents.
Window Shades, spring rollers, 25
Cornico Poles 22J cents.
21 yards [7 conts] Sea Island $1.
16 yards Piodmont iDrill $1.
22 yards iediont $1.
Coats' Spool Cotton 4 cents.
I1 yards (1.1 centsi) India Dimity
Full line ot1 corsets-"333,'' R I H,
and It. & (G.
Carolina Corsets at .11) cents.
75 cent Corsets at 50 cents.
Men's Overshirts 221 cents.
Men's Draw es 22A cents.
Table Oil Cloths 22 cents.
Smyrna IHugs 35 and 50 cents.
3 Pair ladies hose for 25 cents.
3 pairs men's seanloss Socks 25
3 pair misses fast black Hose 25
85 cents silk Mitts 25 cents.
Our $4.50 revolving screan *2.25,
all sizes. First come, first served.
We have a wool Cassimuere for 25
cents, regular 15 cents goods.
Lot 6-4 all wool Cassimere for 90
cenits, obl price $2.
P. r..-l3utterick Patterns.
.Jut rneecd, the fourth shipment
of those beautiful Jaconet Duchess at
12-A cents, ini special designs and col
orimgs. Theliy will keep you cool
through the Summer (lays.
15 Pieces Irish Lawn at 10 cents.
On our Bargain Counter will be
found the foliowing lines of the sea-.
French ParcalIs at 8 cents.
Ducks of alt kinds, at 10 cents.
lHemnants of Chanmbtay in blues
and pinks; just thme thing for bonnets,
at 5 cent.
Cotton Challies at Wi cents.
Outings worth 8 cents and 10 cents,
for .5 cents.
SPECIALS IN WOOL 000DS,
4in inch, lack Gloria Silk~ at 50
46 mueh, All wool lIack Serge, at 50
4l0 inch, L ansdown, black and
cream at $j 100.
50 cents, Chinma Silks for 35 eents.
Cut this out and keep It.
J. & P. Coats spool cotton, 4
spools for 15 cents or 4 oents a spool.
Zeprys at 5 cents an ounce.
Pins at 1 cent a paper.
We take great pleasure in inform
ing you that we are agents for the
This is an ago of pogress; and
having saltisfact ion oumselves that the
StandaLrd P atterns are superior to all
others wehave, true to our reputation
forproidng hebest, then most fash
1ionable, the mnost. reliable in all lines
appertainjing to Our Business, maVde
thni-s avdition, knowing one pations
V would app'rov'e of and thank us for it.
SWhait, Strawbridge & Clothier say
of the Standa, (1 Patterns;
C'We~ have pleasure in informing
I a'ur patrons that thme great success
, hich has attended the sale of these
'patterns, Since thijr introduction in
our countics, has more than convincedl
us of their superiority over all other
pat tern s on the WUrket.
"STR AIVwnRDOE & OI-OTHI~n,
This wa'il be a Bargain Week with
us. CJail andi .eco us.
JONES & GARRISON,
No. 9 PENDLE~TON ST1DEET.
MIay 24. - .O reenviir W, ti :,
All other stoves have tak
en a back seat,
Call and sce our Bargain Counter, In
COX & SEIGLER,
GREENVILLE, - - S. C.
T. If. STALL, Manager.
Jan. 25, 94-tf.
Ifas r)ceived his Stock of
Best Styles and Latest Pat
erns--Come and See Them,
I pay the highest prices for
hald will aell you (Goods in exchange at the
Remember that 1 keep everything lin the
Groceries and Dry Goods,
tJ. E. Brown,
May 5. Central, S. C.
IT IS POOR ECONOMY
To pay 75 cents for a pair of ShfOES
that wvon't weari half as Iongas a pair of
ours for $I.00i.
There is nothing but solid lbut sOlid
rbeather ini any Sil0E we 8eIJ. We guar.
#e Have the~ LARGEST ST06K
EVER SHOWN IN PI6KEN8.
Every other D~epartinent in our Store
s just as coniplete. We' are working
or your Trade.
New Custoeros come to us dilhy and
h1e good ontes never leave us.
A pril 12, 1894.
:. -Fire Brick:
AND FIRE CLAY.
Strictly piure Wite Lead, Lini
seedi Oil and I'Trpenitine, Long
man & Martinez pure Ready mixed
PA I N TS.
(Jements and1 Laster Paris.
Chiurched~ improv ed Col d-wa ter
Bothi white and in iints, the best
SAl 00088 AN1D BlIlNWS,
DRESSED LUMBER, MOULD
BF*' our Oflico 1s at samea address, 10, ~
Washington Street, but we havo reoxuved(
our Stock to the baseomout, with an' 1n
trance on Lauren. Street, about a Iauudiod
toet from our Offce at the rear of the Ware
lhouse, Please give na a call or write uts
T, ' OWER &80N.
GreeaevIfl, . Q., ?farch 15,*1894 .