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THURBDAY, 1E3T. 6, 1894.
Directore of Journal.
The Director* of the PnorL's JoUuaiuL
hereby called to meet at Pickens on Tpe.
day, the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock a. na.
By order of the president.
JouN T. Boaa,
Miss Sallie Holder is visiting
relatives and friends at Central.
Claude H. Alexander returned
home last Saturday from an ex
tended trip to the mountains.
Mr. Gassaway and Miss Roches
ter, of Central, were in town Mon
Mr. Pierre, a U. S. Post Office
Inspector, was in town the first of
Miss Lena Bowen has just clos
ed a very flourishing school at Six
The cheapest line of Coffins and
Caskets in the State. B. L. Susman
Trial Justices will please call on
the Clerk of court and get Vol. I,
Revised Statutes of South Caroli
na. J. M. STEWART, 0. C. P.
One Kitchen Table x8 reduced
from $8.50 to $1.75. B. L. Susman
J. P. Outi, the U. S. Deputy Col.
lector, was in town collecting reve
neu on playingpcards the tax is two
cents per pack.
One Trunk $4.75 reduced to $2,
87. B. L. Susman & Bro.,
Prof. Stribling opened school,
Monday morning, with 43 scholars
and the prospect is that he will
have as many more in a short time.
Loaders in low prices, Stoves,
Tin-ware, crockery & Glass-ware
at Bottom prices. call and see
us cox & SEIGIER.
184 Main St. Greenville, S. c.,
John M. McKissick, the popular
traveling salesman for J. C. H.
Claussen & Co., of Charleston, is
in town this week.
One Safe $3.50, reducetto $1.75,
B. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
.St., Greenville, S. C.
Mrs. 0. ~. P. Fant,. who has
'been visitiu her daughter, Mrs.
.J. L. ThornII, returned to her
)home, in 8eneca, last Saturday.
(One:Bedatead 62.50, ifeduced to
9187. B. L. Susmen & Bro,
Rev. T. 3. Rooge will-pteach at
Liberty the second Sifhdei i Sep
tember, at the Baptist churtch.
Six Chairs, rattan bottom' $4,00,
~reduced to $2.94. B. I4. Susman &
qj. F. Sutherland and family, of
IPumipkintown, visited en the 29)th
lit., Mrs. Florence Griffin, mother
of Mrs. Sutherland.
One Bureau $5.00, reduced to.$3.
98, B. L. Susmaiv& Bro.,
J. G. Langston carried six bales
of cotton to Piedmont, on the 80th
ult., for H. A. Richey. It was sold
for Q 7-8 a pound.
One Mattrass $.50, reduced to
$1.72. B. L. Susmani & Bro.,
Mr. Q3ideon Ellis, who lives near
town, lost a valuable mare last
'week. It is supposed she was gor
'ed by a gow
One Ilockhng Chair $&50, re~
'duced to $1.50. B. L. Suhman &
~The Croas Roads School house,
-near W. W. McWhorter's, will be
uold to the Qighest-bidder, on Sat
urday, Sept. 22d, at 4, p. m.
One Wire Spring $1.90, reduced
to $1.09. Supinan & Bro., 115 Main
St., Greenyfile, S. C.
P. E, Aleyanider, L. C. Thornley,
.B. M. Grigfin, B. D. Stewart, and
P. F. Thornley, went to Greenville
to puee Pinafore played last Thurs
Mri.- E. F. Alegood, of Slabtown
iis crttically ill with typhoid fever
~Keith and Clay Alegood are sicki
'with fever, but not so seriously ai
Don't fail to visit Lewis & Son
Just opened---nioe line, of attrac
tion Dress Goods, some remnanti
to close out at a Bargain.
We are requested to ask any one
having copies of the Pickens Son
tinel of July 6th and 13th, 1898, t<
return them to the editor of tha
paper, for which they will receiv
Rev. G. R. Shaffer preached
'very interesting 'sermon at th
'arthodist hinoh. last an'a.
' A cordial invitation is extended
to everybody to come out on Thurs
day, Sept. 6th, and hear some good
Maj. Sanders Glover, clerk in
the U. S. District Attorneys office,
spent two days with his old army
friend, last week'
Miss Lanta Lewis is teaching a
flourishing school at McKinney's
John Lance was bound over by
Trial Justice Robinson to the
court of sessions, to answer the
charge of larceny of live stock.
It was Siles Robinson and not
Silas Williams who was bitten by
a spider. Mr. Robinson is not
yet able to do his usual work.
The State Democratic Executive
Committee was called to meet in
Columbia on the 4th instant, T. C.
Robinson has gone to represent
Fannie, the infant child of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Harris, died
on the 20th ult. at the home of
her parents near Rice's, and was
buried form Enon church.
Miss Boinest, Misses Marosa,
Mrs. Jordan, Miss Burgess, and
Mrs. Jordan, who have been at the
Ambler House for the past two
weeks, returned to their homes in
Charleston, last Friday.
Which is worse, imprisonment
for life and or a life-long disease,
like scrofula, for example? The
former, certainly, would be pre
ferable were it not that Ayer's
Sarsaparilla can always come to
the rescue and give the poor suffer
er health strength, and happiness.
Rev. J. E. Foster closed a meet
ing a Sechna Sunday, which had
been in progress since Friday.
Eight joined the church, one by
experience and seven by letter.
Mr. Foster _was unanimously re
elected pastor. His labors have
been abundantly blessed and the
members of Secona are devoted
We have received the premium
list of the State Agricultural and
Arechanical Society, of South Ca
rolina, to be held in Columbia, be
ginning on Monday morning, No
vember 12th, and ending on Fri
day evening, November 16th, 1894.
A big time is expected. Reduced
rates will be furnished by all rail
The editor of the JOURNAL di..
not report the proceedings and
speeches at the campaign meeting
and is sorry, that Mr. Laban
Mauldin was not correctly quoted.
There was no intention to misrep.
resent him and we are glad of the
opportunity to set him right in
the colums of the JOURNAL.
The~death of. Mrs. Alice Boggs,
wife of Mr. Hamilton Boggs, jr., is
announced in the Anderson Advo
cate. She died at the home of her
husband, in Slabtown, Anderson
county, on the 81st instant, in the
25th year of her age.
Petit Jurors, Sept. Terna 1804.
JUDaS R. C. Wrr, Preui4ing,
Sai Neal, T. G. Fennell,
E. E. Xau'ldin, R. T. Lewis,
J. F. Carman, W. I,. Cox,
0. L. McWhorter, W. E. Alexander,
L. F. Moon, - J. B. R. Freemnan,
T. 0. Hunt, H. C. Shirley,
J. N. L. Ramnpey, 0. 8. Stewart,
J. Power, E. A. Lewis,
B. M. Bowlin, J. E. Mulinax,
J. M. Childres.., J. E. Robinson,
J. R. Rigdon, E. A. Jones,
J.A. gn, A A. ield
F. G Hil, W.D. Hendricks,
J. M. Hay~es. C. T. Hutchins,
JohnT. Mtt, W. S. Kirksoy,
R. A. Duncan, F. EC. Cox,
B. T. Dorsey, R. P. Ham'ilton.
*b~OOO for Nethaing.
Curtis Buntin, President St.
Brooklyn, N, Y., sp)ent $1,00(
with doctors, and at famnoul
Springs, in the effort to cure a ba<
case of Rheumatism; but to n<
avail. Drummnond's Lightnin
Remedy helped him from the star
and by its use ho was fully restor
ed. It will do the same for you i
you give it a trial. Ask you
druggist for it, and if he canno
supp)ly you, write to the Drum
mond Medicine Co., 45-50 daidez
Lane, New York. Agents want
Chief Justice Mclver has agree<
to call an extra session of the Su
prome Court, to hoar the appen
from"Judge Aldrich's decision in
volving the constitutionality C)
the dispensary law, providedl th
attorneys on both sidesA signmif
' their consent in writing. This the
will do at once.
t Norres.--All land owners ar
a hereby notified to take out durn
the month of August all obstacle
in the streams running throug
8t J. J. Lzwrs. Clerk.
R. A. Hester and family accom
plished by Rev. T. J. Rooke, wen
on a mountain trip last week
When the party reached Chap
man's ford on Keowee river, the riv
or was considerably swollen. Mr
Hester, Mr. Rooke, Mrs. Hester ani
one child were in a double buggy
and crossed safely. Four chil.
dren were in a covered one horst
wagon and followed the buggy,
but the bod of the wagon was
hoisted from the running gear and
floated down the river a quarter
of a mile, Mr. Hester swimming
after his children in awful sus
pense. Fortunaily tho bed of the
wagon with its precious freight
lodged against a rock in the mid.
die of the stream and Mr. Hester
reached it almost exhausted. He
hold it, until John Chapman and
Robert Moseley, who heard the
cries of distress, plunged into the
river and carried the children out
safely to the bank. The mule af
ter getting out the water with the
fore wheels of the wagon, was
dragged back into the river by a
log, which struck the hind wheels
and was drowned.
Chronic Sore Leg Cured by
Purifying the Blood. The
Cure Is Permanent.
Nine years ago I gas a severe
sufferer from a bad iore on my
leg, caused by milk leg. For two
years I tried every known remedy
without deriving any benefit. I
had the best medical treatment,
but it failed to do me any good,
my leg getting worse all the time.
The sore was in a most irritable
condition, was about three inches
in circumference and had eaten to
the bone. I suffered intensoley
with continual pain, and could
not rest day or night, but had to
lie with my foot proposed up to
get any relief from it. For twelve
months life was no pleasure to me
and I saw no hope of relief. A
friend told me of Mrs. Joe Per
son's Remody. I bought 4 doz.
bottles of the Bitters and three of
the Wash packages, and without
any faith in anything I common
cod its use, and soon found it was
doing me good and I did not suf
for so much pain. The leg felt as
if hot embers had been poured up
on it, but the application of the
Wash was so soothing and heal.
ing to the sore, and my general
health became so much better
that I felt as if I would be cured
After using the I doz. bottles o!
.r' Bitters and three packages o:
t,. Aqsh I was nearly well, and
again ioought the same quuntity
and by the time I took the doz
bottles my leg was entirely well
It has been nine years ago sinc(
my leg was cured and I have nevei
had any symptoms of a return o:
the disease, and my general healti
has been good ever since I was
cured, thanks to Mrs. Joe Per.
I am very truly,
Mas. Jl. MARTINE LYTCH.
Lytch, Richmond Co., N.C.,
June 24, 1898.
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle, Drug
gists and Merchants of the town.
"I know an old soldier who had
chronic diarrhoea of long standing tc
have been permanently cured by tak
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhmea Remedy, "says Edward
Shumpik, a prominent druggist ol
Minneapolis, Minn. ''I have sold
the remedy in this city for over sever
years andl consider it superior~ to any
other medicine now on the nmarkei
for bowel complaints.'' 25 and 5(
cent bottles of this remedy for sale by
Dr. G. W. Earle, Pickens; C. -N
Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloan, & Co.
Fort Hill; Hunter & Boggs, Liberty
L. R. Eaton, Central.
ATTACKS iTHE EVES
" My husband was subject to severeg
attacks of neuralgia which caused him o
Igreat pain and suffering. The pains 0
were principally about him eye., and he:i
often had to remain in a darkened room,
not being able to stand the light. Ayer's
Pills being recommended, he tried them, &
f using one before each meal. They very e
a soon afforded reliet, followed by perma-.
nent cure. I am a strong belIever in the
efficacy of Ayers PIll., and would not o
Y be without them for ten times their
eomt."-?Mrs. M. E. DEDAT, Liberty, Tex. O
"I have used Ayer's Pills inmy family o
for forty years, and regard them as the 0
e very best.-Uncle MARTI UANCOOZ g
Lake City, Fla.
* AVER'S PILLSI
Ii Received HIghest Awardo e
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
Judge Brawley and the Betasterl
L Judge Brawlew's conduct of th
United States District cout; a
Greenville, does not seem calcula
ted to inspire a great deal of respec
for Federal justice. On the con
trary, it would seem that thi
judge looks upon the court ove:
which he presides, as having beer
inaugurated solely and entirely ai
a black-mailing scheme for th<
collection of revenue.
At the February term of ti
court Judge Brawley asked wit.
nesses in the liquor cases, the
queetion: "How often have you
been here before?" When the an
swer of the witness indicated that
he had been Ithere more than onoc
the judge replied: "Well, you
had better be.very careful how you
come back again." The ostensi.
ble object of this threat was tc
"purify the court of perjurers,"
etc. The actual effect is to make
the witnesses referred totestify for
fear of incurring the wrath of the
The injustice of the judge's
threat is apparent at a glance.
Liquor selling, whether with or
without license, is a business, and
liquor drinking isia habit. Liquor
drinkers are naturally thrown in
continuous contract with liquor
sellers. The seller, of course, is
the defendant and the drinker is
the witness. For an unlicensed
whiskey dealer to go to Greenville
twice, or even three times for the
same offense, is nothing usual ; and
for the same whisky drinker to be
there as a witness again, if not
against the same seller, against
another, is no more remarkable.
Therefore, to threaten the wit
ness against coming a second time
is to say the least of it, very
unjust. It also savors strongly of
an effort to protect the whisky
seller, and to give him full sway,
with assurance of absolute immu
nity from Federal molestation.
Federal control of the liquor
traffic was of course never inaug.
urated as a moral measure. It
is purely a question of revenue.
Before the dispensary law went
into operation, and licensed sa
loons were scattered over thc
country by the hundreds, it. was
to the pecuniary interset of the
government to protect legitimat(
dealers by punishing those whc
dealt illegitimately. This pro.
tection was not only a matter ol
interest, but also clearly a iattei
of obligation. The dispensary sys.
tern has so reduced the number ol
licences that can be sold, that the
protection of a few' loyal dealerI
that are left, is no longer a mat
ter of interest to the government
It is still, however, a matter o
moral obligation, and in his lemu
ency toward unlicensed sellers
Judge Brawley is evidently ignor
ing that obligation.' If the judge
action in intimidaiting witnesse
'against testifying leaves an,
*doubt of his object; that doub
must necessarily be dlissipated b;
his action in susp~ending sentenc<
upon offend~ers after they have
pleadl guilty. If these things ar<
true, and we have good evidene
to prove that they are, to ou:
mind, the only legitimate infer
once to be drawn from the wvholi
thing is the fact that Judge Braw,
ley has no other motive in th4
matter than to withhold what lit
tle influence the United States
court may be0 able to exercise, nt
the enforcement of the disponda'r2
I will meet the following Alliances, be
ginning with the 27th of August 1894:
First G]ronp-Peters Creek, Maynatrd
Dacusville, (Cross Plains, Cedar Rock
Glasay Mountaina, Mica, PumpIkintown
The above (roup will mneet atCross Roadi
Church at 10 o'clock, a. mn.
Hamilton, Bowen's Mill, 18 Mile mee
at Zion School House. August 30th, a
10 o'clock, a. mn.
Liberty Alliance, Johnson, Six Mile
Praters, Palestine. Meet at .Johnson'
School Chapel, Monday, Sept 3, at 1
o'clock, a. mn.
Mile Creek Alliance, Sept 4th, 10 o'ck
Eastatoe Alliance, 10 o'clock, a. m,
Pickenstli Alliance, Rico's, Twelve Mik'
Meet, at Concord Church, Sept. 0th, 11
o'clock, a. mn.
I would like to meet every one that ha
over belonged to an A lliance 'rhe publi
the are Invited to attend, especiall
Latdles. Let everybody attend.
The L~ecturers will be on the Allianc
denmands and the oppressed comilitioni
.JOEI, I. MirLn, Counit Lectuirei
0. W. SNOLEroN, Assisted.
Kenneth Bazemrore had the goo
fortune to receive a small bottle<
Chamberlain's Colic, Chiol era an
Diarrhoa Remedy when three nmen1
bors of tis family were sick wit
dysentary. This one small botti
cured them all and lie had rome lel
which lhe gave to Geo. WV. Baker,
prominent merchant of the plac<
Lewistown, N. C., and it cured hiri
of the same complaint. When trout:
led with dysentery, diarruama, coli
or cholera-morbus, give this remed
a trial and you will be more tha
pleased with the result. The p'rsik
that naturally follows its intrbduu
tion and use has made it -ver
popular. 25 and 50 cents bottk
foi sale by Dry. G. WV. Earil
Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Easley; Ihal
Sloan, & Ce., Fort Hill; Huniter,
Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton, Cer
SHILOII'S CURE, the grea
Cough and Croup Cure, is il
great demand. Pocket size con
tains twenty-five doses only 15<
Children love it. Sold by a]
N. A. CHRISTOPHER is her
t by announced as a Candidato f<
County Auditor, subject to the a
tion of the people in the Prima,
election, Septombor, 11.
The many friends of W. H. BRY
ANT respectfully announce him E
a Candidate for re-election fc
County Auditor, subject to the ac
tion of the peoplo ii the Primar
election, September, 11.
MATTHEW HENDRICKS i
hereby announced as a Candidat
for County Supervisor, subject t
the action of the peoplo in the Pri
mary'election, September, 11.
0. P. FIELD is hereby annnoun
cod as a Candidate for County Su
pervisor, subject to the action o
the pboplo in the Primary election
SUPERVIson OF REOISTnATION.
Tho frinids of J. A L, 0 N Z (
BROWN respectfully anno'unc
him as a Candidato for Suporviso
of Registration, Subject to the ac
tion of tho Democratic Primar
oloction, September, 11.
J. HARVEY KENNEMUR i
hereby announced as a Candidat
for Supervisor of Registration
subject to the will of the people ii
ine coming Primary, September
11. _________ _
J. B. NEW.BERY is hereby an
nounced for re-nomination as i
Candidato for Probate Judge, sub,
ject to the action of the peoplo ii
the Primary election, September
. F. (Tup)-IESTFR is here'
announced as a Candidate for Pro
bate Judge, sub ject to the actioi
of the people in the Primary eloe
tion, September 11.
My boy was taken wit a discal
resembling bloody flux. The firs
thing I thought of was Chamberlain
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem<
dy. Two doses of it settled the mat
ter and cured him sound and wel
I heartily recommend this5 remedy t
all persons suffering from a like cor
plaint. I will answer any inquri
regarding it when stamp is inclose<
I refer to any county official as to in
reliability. Wm. RoAcn, J. I
Primroy, C a m p b e 11 Co., Tenm
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle, Picken
C. N. Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloa
& Co., Fort Hill; Hunter, & Bogg
Liborty; L. R. Eaton, Central.
sFOR THE PHOLKS,
t Mu, EDITrOR:
'After all, it's wvell enoug
we can't 'see ourselves as othe:
Phiew ! Would'n t some <
-us take to the woods? Hiov
ever, thecre may 1)e a remned
for all the "ills that flesh is lie
to.'' That remedy, right nov
may beC iin a good stock of lo,
priced Goods, If our stoc
in quality and price don't pr
duce an all-over smile, an
smooth the temper, then wv
will bc in a fix. While we ai
out of cross-eyed Needles an
left-handed Gimlets we hav
plenty single-bladed two-hai
,died Knives, Wheel Whirl
and Chieken .Jugs. These ai
not to be found everywher<
and we mention the fact t
.show that a great many usefi
articles may he found hier
" th~at are not for sale elsewher
v A keg full of good Tacks f<
five cents, is an uncomnmo
Both houses are full of 14
a Goods now, and wve want o~
if good friends to hellp us o
a with them. Conme and see
Ii rade~ with me. Ask for wh
a you want and P. F, W. Y,
W. T. McFALL.
September 1st, 1894.
will be pleased to fill orde
,Afor Fn~uITj TnIuxs, GRA PE VINJI
S TRAwRERR~Y PLmANTs and ORiN
MEN~TAL SJununuxnyJ. I am Ae
for E. L. Taylor's Nursery, w'hit
is located two and a half mil
.South of Greenville, and wlh
i.4 filled with Trees and Plan
suited to this climate.
t I have been in the business f
m fifteeny years and will help yo
-select ari aapted to this c
.mate, and the location of the <
1 chard. J. M. TEAGUE,
July 19'--m Daltn. S.
Did You Know
). Tto Featbortoino Glove-fiting CORSETS
and Waist, had a reptitation that other Cor
y set rnanufactirers envied ? Do you know
why the Featherbone Oorsets are better
than, all others? Ve only ropeat what otur
cistouters say about then.
1st. Titey it better than aiy other Cor
, 2d. They certainly wear longer than
r other Corset,
. Tiey always give the ,wearer i good
y 4th. They are the inost comnfortable Cor
5th. Tboy are by far the cheapest corset
tlatit laly can uise. Every corset is well
boned with Featherbonanitd nek no wledged
to b1 absolutely ibreakable, Wo Itar
antee overy corset, and wilI cheerfulfy re
D fiui the nllolev to aniyhoIy that becolies
a dissatisiledt witll t.iten laftor wearinig them
four week.q. They are certainly the uost
uiiijtto and original comet ever produced.
Sim1ly try on4 anld discard all ot hers.
Ae ave3 thU entire control of tle Foath
erbon cotiets atlt Waist. Ask to seo our
$1 Peatherheono orset, extra long, wiist
. high oust, watch-sprintg, steel stays, aid
Try oeio of our Celliloid corset stay ipro
tectors, anl yol w ill have no mhore trouble
with your corset steels breaking or rusting.
Itemeube r that we haIve the loig-neeitd
Placket Fasteiers iti black, gray atin white.
We have gotte through oir stock and
inarked dowt ak great inany thins that
u1111.4 be 401d beforo wvo buly ouir Fall a-.14
3 Winter Stock.
r Worth. 50 itelluced to
. 50 ets. Pieces Valenceintes Lace Insert iou, 10
1.00. Pieces Vlenciens Lace, goodl styles,20
1.25Z. Pieces1 Wie pa1t.. Va.11ae 35
F 25 to 40. Pieces black amt cart Silk Laces,
& per yard, 15 to 25
35. Pairs black silk Mitts, 25
50. Pairs black silk Mitts, 35
25. Pairs Ladles' black Hose, F. C, 15
15. Pairs Misses Itiblied Hose, fast black, 10
50 to 35. Pairs Alin's Suspenlders from S to 25
25. Pieces black and white Froli Sattoen 12
25. Pieces inbleached Table Ih):iitiask, 14;
15. Pieces Fllaiinelet t Suitings in cream,
light blue anld pilk, 10
715, Pieces all.wvool Dress Gloods, miunnneri
Straw Itats wvorth frot 25 to 40 to 10 to 35.
Pioces all silk-ribbed, at y'olr own 'price.
Greenville, S. C., August 34), 18911.
31 McALtSI[B & B[III[,1
C Offer overything from top to
bottom at cut r'ates.
Our stock of Ladies and Gent's
Umbrellas at $1.00, old prices
$1.50 andl $1.75.
'S A nest of clothes lHaskets,'
(consigned) at cost. As they are
niot On our1 line we want to) get
f rid of themn.
.Indigo Pinuts 44 centi
'75 cents Corsets 50 et
Y 50 cents Corsets 40l c<
Pi Small lot of 501 cents vv mnuo w
rShades at :38 cents.
Cornice Poles 22A cents.
k McAlisteP' & Beaittie.
P. S .-Butterick Patterns.
d Grecnville, S. C., August 30, 180.1,
e Notice of Final Settlement
I hierieby give notice. thait I will apply to
1- .1. BI. Nawbierry .leiige of IProblatIe fior I'i'k
ens Coun~t-y 5. 0 ., on Sale !.v ni Oc)itober,
S 1894, filr leave to 1mak e ai 11inal set t.lemen'It
with 1my3 wairdl (-orge 11. 1Ifeiii ricks an11l
0 as8k to bie <~Slischage'i as ( Gilar~ltin~.
, Sept. tOth 1894Ii, 4t.. (Gnurdian
0 ]' you wan.t thor'ough-br'ed Po4..
11 land China and White Chester
e pigs, call on1 Mr's. J. Rl. Wautkinus,
or' at W. A. Arnold, at Ce otiral,
01' R. J. Wantkinls, ait Stewart.
11 Notice of Final Settlement.
I hierebiy give niotii'i that I wil 1a1pply to
J. 1. Newbeerry, .1 uge oif Priobate4 forl''iek
hler 1894, for leaive to 11nak e a fiinal sett le
11' ment of thle EsMtalt' iof WI. H. (Clayton, de
eaen'ed, an144 ask1 t, lbe iin~iisscei as Aidmin
Li, istator. Au4guast, 1st., 1591.
WVArml'J.-A few Boarldors. A p
'ply t;> Mrs .Jamnos Thompson)80. t f.
I he0reby4 gi nodl t- and fore4warn'1 any
peorsonl or perFsonas, not, to4 lun, no r treass1
oin amy lail, after thle adel rt1iernent of this1
not1ice, or 'hey wuill bien eal, wih aicoridin4g
to la1w. '-'his July13 :31st, 1891.
S Aung. 9I, 15191. 3. (1. SI0A N.
NOTI'JE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
.1aI' t ies ha~vinIIg claimls ain~ilst then Ist lite
r's of Maruails I). Itith I, decaedit, are her'ebyi3
no0'aie to p14I~resenlt the4 51ame4 p4rr' attest
e'., t(o thie iulersignefd , by3 thle 1at. iday of
~- d1lanary 1895, a11t those itlebliteid to '11 id
Ii Augu .l. DI. 1). K IT IIi EI'entor.
~h Prof. 3. M. LOOPER wvill ti'ach C lasses in
mnusi' ;l t~b C'ourse' or In1strutct ions1 wil cona.
ts sist of Voice~j (Cullture I ighl Sin ng, IPraei
tice of Clhurch ai Stiiiay' Sht I 3lusic.
'Terms of TI'tion4 for ten~ 1111y as fol lows
or Studle~t In the elemenI~htary i l'hrmony3.
-Aiililt nohit iniI htrmonylhl c'lass , i.E ')
Chilldren fromn 12 to Ii5 years Of age, 75 "~
r- ChIldron 12 years and44 younger, 50 "~
A0. rivaoan ntrmnayes
Are adding lots of useful BAR
GAINS to thieir Stock for
M. HAGOOD is in New
York now; we expect him to
do wonders this season,. as
Goods are che)aper now thani
they were ever known to be.
Weare better prepared than
ever to serve you, and ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & 0,
'iekens, S. (. Sept. , 1 4
By virtue pf authority contain
ed in a decretal orde.-r and ju ..
ment, made inl the court of Con.
mon Pleas, for Pickens County
rm the I itl of July 1894, by tho
[ton. Ernest Gary, Presiding
Judge in the caso of A. R. Harris
idministratix, Plain tiff, against
John Cfaig Defendant, as shown
ii Judgment Roll No. 1776, as
4heriff of pickens bunty, Iwill
soll to thli highest bidder at
Pickens C. 11. South Carolina, on
he first Monday in October 1894
luring the legal hours of Salo,
ror one half cash,*tl- r hialf
)1n one years tine
Ohe bond of the pur,
mortgage of the prc
All of that tract
)f land lying in thOe 6ta and
County aforesaid on Koode4
River on which the defendant
John Craig now -lives, adjoining
lands of W. S. Craig's wife, .
1R. Craig and others containip .
two hunldred .and fifty, (250)
Rcres inore or less. ..
Tim aforesaid order of sale,
provides that inl ti event the
highest bidder does not comply
with the terms of the sale, in
thirty minutes after his bid, that
the said land shall be resold at
the samme tin and place .to. d
bidder who shall comply witix
the termis of said order' at th'e
risk andl expense of the former
bidder who may fail to comply.
J. I1. (G. McDANIEL,
Sept. (ith 1894. FS. P. 0.
Another lot of
All to bo sold cirEAP. D~on't fal
to seo ours before buying.
JOHN T. LEWIS & 801.
(W Make ftIr plalce your headquarter
A tigust 9, 1864.
It Costs Nothiegf
showv no , ~
you buy, the nicest line, the best
bargains I have over owned.
Big Shoes, little shoes, Suinday
Shoes, every-dlay Shoes; a lot of
Liadli's' fine Shoos, at cut prices,
big buttons are the latest fad in
Ladies' shoes. I have them in
all widths rind sizes.
Another lot of Lace ch0 er
than ever. Black Bilk 4g At
tO0,. at yard.
A beautiful pair of L& dr
Lains for 50c.
A nice line ot Caliaosy 4
Dre'ss Gingham. jus~t in-e4e
of those 10c. yard-Dressp
no two alike, the prices
than I have ever 'been
o Oer. .
A splendidl Corset for 2
and the best 50ce Corse~~
ever sold. I "
I would liko to show '
nice little line of Handkero
When it comes to GR~OCE
C'ANNED) G OQOI , CO
(JARS. 1 am in it.
I want to call yout atteittfjii
to some extra "fine TEAS "i &d'
have one kind of .0offet 14fl1
put against the wo~.gld .
Home-made Tobaet at"'1d,
per lb-big lot of Turrigp e'
Lot of FamilyMdinn
cure headache for 100, OaW~f
T. D. HARRIS'
Aug, 9, 894 . e3