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The~ Reeple a Jeurzal
TUIDAY, OCT. 4, 1894.
T. N. Hunter and family, of
L i b e r t y, visited relatives and
friends in town this week.
Robert Stewart, of Meet, was in
iown Monday, and paid a pleasant
fisit to the JOURNAL Offlice.
One Mattrass $2.50, reduced to
$1.72. B. L. Susman & Bro.,
Rev. Hovey Clyde, who has been
Visiting his parents in Easley, re
turned to his charge in the Or
angeburg district last week.
t One Bureau $5.00, reduced to $8.
93, B. L. Susman & Bro.,
Miss Jesse Berry and Miss Cm
ma Johnson went to Columbia on
the 25th ultimo, to enter the Win
throp Training School, having re
ceived the scholarship for Pickens
The cheapest line of Coffins and
Caskets in the State. B. L. Susman
W. L. Jenkins, who has been
home in town for a few weeks, re
turned to Rock Hill Tuesday to
resume his-contract on the build.
of the girl's college.
One Rocking Chair $3.50, re
duced to $1.50. B. L. Susinan &
B. D. Stewart,. of Piokens, went
to Greenville Monday, and has a
position as salesman in Walker's
Cash Store, where he will be
pleased. to see his many friends.
One Wire Spring $1.90, reduced
to $1.09. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
St., Greenville, S. C.
Miss Ella Mears, of Pickens,
went to Leesville last week to on
ter college. She is a favorite with
the young people -of town, who
wish her success, and rapid pro
gress -in her studies.
Six Chairs, rattan bottom' $4,00,
reduced to $2.94. B. L. Susman &
Mr. J. 1). Carter, Editor of the
Herald, and wife,
cens, Monday even
* to Mrs. Carter's pa
One Bedstead $2.60, reduced to
$1.87. B. L. Susmen & Bro.,
W. A. Palmer and family, of
'.ens, went to Pelser last week
-ill make that town their
"hey carry the good wishes
'ire communwity with
be miss4( bys their
One . ' S redne
from $8.. *.. unman
Mrs. L. R. Da ~ 'reek,
who has been ver 'id
fever, is recovering
T. E. James attended h.
One Sate $3.50, redpced t.,
B. L. Susman & Bro., 116 ? .dn
St., Greenville, S. C.
"For several months, I was
troubled with a persistent humor
on my head which gave me consid
erabl!e annoyknce, ifntil it occurred
t'o im to try Ay~'a Hair Vigor.
iBefore using onle bottle, the hu
mior was healed."--T. T. Adam.,
Ge~neral Merchant, T1urbeville, Va.
Married on the 23rd instant by
Trial Justice Cureton, at his resi
dence, Miss Martha Cappa, of' An
derson county to Mr. Win. Grif
fin, of Pickens county.
.r child is puny, fretful,
with glandular swolling,
'yes, or sores on the head,
dy, a course of Ayer's
is needed to expel the
* mros from the blood,
,ae you begin to give this
medicine the better.
McAlister & Bleattie, of Green
ville, have inoved into their new
store ,and are in fine shape, to show
their now stock of goods and entep
tain their customers. There is e.
ry convenience in their elega*pt
rooms and visitors will have splen
did accommodations. L o o k
through their apartments and ro
member that Bob Ambler will give
you a hearty welcome.
A Pideene Cmapany.
The Secretary of State has grant.
Id a charter to "The H~unter.Bogga
Company" of Liberty, Pickens
county. It will do a general mier
chandise business and will have a
capital stock of $5,000, divided in
to ten shares of $500 each. The
incorpdrators are William Hunter,
Sr., T. N. Htunter, C. E. lHamil
ton, M. A. Bogge, B. D. Mauldin
and Joh n flunter.--Columnbia Reg.
Col. J. E. Hagood, who has beei
in Pickens for a few days, return
ed to Charleston Thursday. He if
hopeful of an early settlement 01
the Pickens and Easley railroad
matter, and thinks that work or
the road will be resumed in a short
FOB SAL-A good, young horse;
known 'as the "Frank Looperh
gray. Will sell to the hWghest
bidder, on the 1st Monday in Nov.
ember, at Pickens C. H., or at pri
PENDLETON E. ALEXANDER.
4t Hale, S. C
The Pickens County Alliance will
meet atSmith's Grove School house
two miles East of Easley, on Octo
ber 10th, at 10 o'clock, a. m. Rev.
E. P. Hutson will deliver a public
Address. Other speakers are ex
pected. Brethren will take notice
and govern themselves accordingly.
W. T. O'DELL, President.
Builsding a Dig Dam.
The contractors, W. A. Chap
man & Co., of Providence, R. .,
for the now huge dam of the Pol
ser Company, two and a half
miles below Pelzer, are hard at
work and making rapid progress.
Labor saving machinery of .every
description is being used. The
dam will be about 400 feet long
with nearly forty feet, developing
5,000 horse power, which will af.
ford sufficient horse power to run
another mill similar to the one
now being built.-G r ee n v i I 1 e
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 29.-Dr.
Sampson Pope, of Newberry, who
has been, a prominent reformer for
four years, and who canvassed the
State in the last campaign as a
"reform" candidate for governor,
but who refused to abide by the
so-called democratic primaries,
will issue a manifesto tomorrow.
He addresses it "to the democratic
voters of South Carolina." He
pledgos his honor to remain in the
race to the finish if his life is
spared, and to be a candidate for
governor in the general election.
le says he is fighting against ring
rule more desperate in character
than Tammany, and whose exis
tence is acknowledged even by Lar
lHe says that it is a ring which
threegens to destroy not only the
reform movement but the demo
cratic party as. well. He says the
members- of the ring "laugh in
their sleeves at their power to fool
thespeople, not only out of the
officeslyuL..also in so shaping the
platform,. thait none can under
$tand it, playing the role of tricks
ters--a ring that is using the dis
pensary to perpetuate thdnmselvcs
in power, even though blood, the
blood of tho citizens of the State,
shall be spilled to carry out their
1esigns for their perpetuation in
powe " ILXe says there canl be no
peace until tehe power of the ring
"Then let us join hand's" says
be "and flght ring rule, the dis
pensary and the constitutional
convention gnless the constitution
to be formulated is to be submit
ted to the people for ratification.
Let past difference be forgotten in
this struggle for the rights and
the liberty of the peoople. To ac
nomplish anything you must not
only elect a governor but a legis
lature as well."
*He closos with the request that
anm organization be made quickly
as the time is short between now
erl the election.
WhiTe in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahler, a prominent shoe merchant
of Des Moines, Iowa, had quite a
serious time of it. He took suich a
severe coldl that lhe could hardly talk
or nav: ;ate, but the prompt use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured
him of his cold %o quickly that others
at the h~otel who had bad colds fol
lowed his example and half a dozen
persons ordered it from the nearest
drug store. ThIey were p~rofuse in
their thanks to Mr. lKahler for tell
ing them how to cure a bad cold P0
qum kly. Fo, sale by Dr. G W.
Earle; P~ickesa; C. N. Wyatt, IEasley
Hall, Sloan, & Co , Fort 1Hi11; Hlunter
& Boggs, Liberty; L~. R. Eaton, Cen
Irving . Larimore, p~hysica1 'lI
rector of Y. M, C A., IDes .\ioinep,
Iow'a, says he can conscientiously
rec.ommnend Chambarlain's Pain: Balm'
of athletes, gymnasts, bicyclhats, foot
ball players and the prolession in:
general for business: sprains andl dis
locatloons; also for soreness and stiff.
ness of the muscles. WVhen applied
before the parts become swollen it
will effect a cure in one half the
time usually required. For sale by
Dr. G. W, Earle, Pickens. C. N.
Wyatt, Easley; Ha~ll, Sloan, & Co.
Fort H11ll; Hunter, & Bogge Liber
tyf L. R. Eaton. Central.
Married, at the rosidonco of J
B. Newbery, Esq., at 5 o'clock, p.
m., Tuesday, 2nd instant, Mr. A.
R. N. Folgor, of Easley, to Miss
Charlotte Murf', of Pickens, S. C.
Rev. G. R. Shaffer officiating.
Mr. Bluford Alexander is very
sick with typhoid fever at his
home on Mile Creek.
Mrs. C. B. Findley is reported
some better with fever, having
been confined to her bed for about
next Saturday, 6th instant, at
half past 8 o'clock p. in. All
members are requested to be pre
sent as business of importance
The Republicans Making a
Strong Effort to Bring out Con.
Columbia, September 29.-Spe
cial: The political contests in
which Democrats are now interest
ed are for the Congressmen from
South Carolina. The Republicans
have centered their fire and enor
gios on capturing just as many
Congressmen as possible. The ex
ecutive committee has strongly ad
vised that a Republican nominee
be placed in the field in every dis
trict. It seems pretty clear that
the Republicans hope to secure
control of the next House of Rep
resentatives, and the orders have
been that candidates should be
run in every district and as much
material as possible should be col
lected for the probabley contest.
Special orders have been issued
that a record should be kept of
every citizen who was debarred
from voting on account of the reg
Up to this time the Democrats
have ci sentrated their thoughts
on the State ticket, and it may be
as well to work a little for the
Congressional candidates. The
Irby executive committee was
loaded for a possible opposition
ticket and it may be able to do
some good for the regularly nomi
THE CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS.
Up to this time the Republican
"slate" has not yet been complet
od, but as it now stands it looks
First Distrist-Democat, Wil
liam Elliott; Republican Geo. W.
Second District-Democrat, W.
Jaalbert ; Republican, H. Dick
T h i r di District-Democrat,
A. C. Latimer ; Repubiican, Rob.
ert Moorman. H. H. Evans is
running as a Democrat.
F o ui r t hi District-Democrat,
Stanyarne Wilson ; Republican,
Lawson D. Molton.
F i f t hi District-Domocrat
T. J1, Strait; Republican, C. J.
Pride. Col. WV. RL. Davie is run
ning as a "True" Democrat.
Six District-Democrat, John
R. McLaurin ; Republican not yet
J. William Stokes; E. M. Bray
ton, contested by Col. T. B. John
In two of the districts , the ls
and 7th, the Republicans have an
idea that they can win at the polls.
With anything like the usual work
the Republican candidates in both
of these districts can be easily de
:NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
O11lee of County C ommnissioners,
Pickcens, 5. C., Oct. 1, 1894.
All persons holding bills, accounts or de.
mands of any kind against the County of
Pickens, not heretofore presented, are here
by notified to file said demands with the
Clerk of the Board of County Commission
era of Pickens County, in the office of the
said Connty Commissioners on or before
the first day of November, 1894, that the
said demnuds may be examined, approved
and ordered paid out of the funds(l of the
present fiscal year at their annual meetings
to be holen on Thursday after the first
M-mday in Novenbor, 1894, and all denmands
not so presented will be dlebarred payment
out of said funds.
J. J. LFnwr, Clerk.
RUN DOWN WITH
DYS PEPS IA
, \ STOMACH
Almost in Despair
"For fifteen years, I was a great suf- 0
terer from indigestlin in its worst forms,
I tested the skill of many doctors, but o
grew worse andl worse, until I became 0
so weak I could not walk fifty yards 0
without hiavintg to sit down and rest. My
stomach, liver, and heart became affect
ed, and I thought I would surely (lie. I
trIed Aycr's Pills and they helped me o
right away. I continued their use and
am now entirely well. I don't; know of
anything that will s, quickly relieve o
and cure the terrible suffering of dys- 0
pepsia as Ayer's Pills.--Jonri C.O
PRIToHAnn, Broie, Warren Co., N. C.
Received Highest Awards o0
AT THE WOltLW'S PAIR 0
Krs. loe Person's Remedy will oure Rheu
matism. The best in She world for Rheu
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
December 10, 1984. f
I have used Mrs. Joe Person's
Remedy, and it is the finest medi
eino I ever used for rheumatisi.
F4 or more than 20 years I have
been afflicted with muscular rhou
matism, and had tried every known
remedy, but without avail. I was
often so bad .off and suffered so
much that I could not. lie down,
but had to be propped up -in bed.
I had been subject to these severe
attacks for 20 years. I tried. Mrs.
Person's remedy last spring, and
am perfectly cured. It is the best
medicine in the world, I think.
No words of mine can express the
benefit I have derived from its
use. I suffered from palpitation
of the heart from the least exer
tion. Of that I am perfectly re
lieved. My health is now perfect,
and it is all owing to Mrs. Joe
Person's Remedy. I am strong
and well, and can take extended
exercise without fatigue, I advise
all who need a tonic, or are suffer
ing with rheumatism or eczema,
to take it. I was induced to try
it by its having cured my little
grandson of eczema.
MRS. S. M. HOWELL.
For sale by Dr. G. V. Earle,
Pickens, S. 0.
A. M. Bailey, a well known citi
zen of Eugene, Oregon, says his wife
has for years been troubled with
chronic diarrhea and used many
remedies with little relief until she
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and diarrlice6 Remedy, which has
cured her sound and well. Give it
a trial and you will be surrrised at
the prompt relief it affords. 25
and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. G.
W. Earle, Pickesa; C. N. Wyatt,
Easles; Hall, Sloan,. & Co., Fort
Hill; Hunter, & NIogs, Liberty; L.
R. Eaton, Central.
The county Treasurer of Pick
ens will open his books for col
lection of Taxes, fiscal year
1894, in his office at Pickens C.
H., on the 15th of October 1894,
when the following Taxes will
State Tax, 5 mill
Ordinary Co., 8
C. H. Bonds, I
Past Indebtednoss., 3 "
All able bodied men from 21
to 50 years of age are liable to
A special levy wvill be collected
from property holders in sever
al school Districts.
I will be at the following pla
ces on days named below..
At Calhoun, Oct. 23rd.
At Central, " 24-25,
At Liberty, " 26th.
At Easley, " 30-31
At Cross Plains, Nov. 1st. a. mn.
Looper's Shop, " 1st. p. mn.
Foster's Store, " 2nd.
At Punmpkintown," 3rd
Holly Springs " 6th, a. m.
Eastatoe, d'6th, p. mn.
At Mile Creek, ' - 7th.
At Six Mile, ''8th.
At Praters, " 9th, a. mn.
At my office until December
30th at wvhich time the books
I will be compelled to leave
each place at 4 o'clock, p. mn.
J. T. YOUTNWBLOOD,
Treas. P. Co.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
us e outt
Sicomes fromn the
LDILt?1Sveryfir t dose-4s
Dlyspepsia, KIdnoy and L.iver
Constlpatlon, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous alment*
linet ont heenn or u
atitue,.i On recei't of to c. qtOp we
Paie Views and book-free.
BROWN CH EMICAL. CO. BAL.TIMORE, MD.
POR TIHE PHOLKS.
Now1s the time- for F A L L
AOODS-we have our Store now
ready for the Fall Trade and will
be glad -to have the Pholks coime
in to see us. New Goods'bf eve.
ry description, arriving nearly
every day, and we think we
know how to please the people.
Honest Coods at Reasona.
That's it. We have two Hiou
ses full, and if the Pholks don't
come and get them it's their
own fault. Here's how, it is I
Useful articles all along, like
Axes, Augers, and Awles; Bas
kets, Brooms and .Braces; Cof
fees, Calico and Caps; Drills
Dippers and Drawing Knives;
nvelopes, Extracts and Essen
ees; Flour, Furniture, and Files;
Ginghams, Gloves, and Guns;
Hames, Harness, and Handsaws;
Indigo, Iron, and Ink; Jeans,
Jewsharps, and Jugs; Knives,
Knobs, and Knitting Threads;
Lanps% Lanterns and Leather;
Neat. Matches, and Molasses;
Nails, Nutmegs and Needles;
Oils, Oil Cloth, and Overcoats;
Pane, Pens, and Pins; Quilts and
Quinine; Ropes, Rims and Rods;
Sugar, S h o e s and Shirtings,
Trunks, Teas, and Tobacco; Um
brellas, Vinegar and Whids, and
Yarns, the best on earth.
W. T. McFALL.
Octoberber 1st,. 1894.
McAUSI[B & BEAII[E,
Dry Goods, Carpets, Mattiogs a2t
NOW IN THEIR
CALL AND SEE US.
MOALUSTER & BEATTIE.
P. S.-Butterick Patterns.
Greenville, S. C. Oct. 4.
Spot 68sh Beore Deh#eiy.
It matters not whlere you price
Shoes you had( better see ine before
buying, I have never been able to of..
fer as manly good bargains in Shots as
I now have, all kinds. all grades,
bring ime all the measures and let me~
fit the whle~r family special, induiC
mnents in large lots, a good woman 's
Shoe for 75 cents and the best man 's
dollar Shoe I ever saw.
I can beat the wv'rld on ,Jeans if
you don't believe it dIrop) in and price.
Check Goods such as Calicoes andl
Gingham they correspond withi the(
price of Cotton.
My little store is cronmmed full':o:
goods and it is hard to call for any.
thing that I dlon't 5ep
Big Bargains In Every Line
lf you want your dollars to stretcl
out this fall, visit me, no use to say
"I wish I had( seeni your goods befor,
I bought." See mec before you buy.
If you want a lunch whil m i towi
drop in and see howv nicely I can fia
y'oi up. The best and cheapes
Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Tobacco al
ways on hand. Those dollar .Mow
ing Bllades and)( Snaths will soon b<
gone. Yours for trade.,
T. 0. HARRIS
Sent UL, 1894.
Boots & Shtoes
We are too busy to 1'
liT P "E
97 Main Street is~ our Niuber'.
[#M' We can fit any 1
Mothers- call at once and get onc
Man's'" L ace Cail( Skini, Sto
wor'th double that mon
keep your Ho
Jas. M. & E.
M an al
Grpenville, S. C.. Sept. 27, 18'
Th Fe T HAron Glvetting COrSCT
anti Wast had1 reputationu that terCr
stnianufactuireru enIvi('l Do yoI ko
. why thu Feat.heurhone3 Co3r4ets are beti t er.
Lhan all others. ? We only repe4at whiat ) ur
(e1t03torer sayI abt1)I th.13
1st. TIhey it better than any ote (Cor
2Ad. T'hey certainaly wear longer thni
311. 'They3 atlways give the wearer a goond
4th. They are the mhost com3fortale ('or
5th. They aire 1by far the (heapest i corse'4t343
that a lady (enn use44. Every cortl. is well
hone10( with F~eatherhone)) 13 and neknow le4ig4ed
tI) o e absolutely unbireatkable14, We L'nar
ateeu every corse~ and1 will e4er fitily re
fundl thu miontey ittanybody tht becomes
dlissa4)tisfied.t withi them) after weain g the1(1n
four weeks. T1hey are certainly the most)4.
unkptjlo and1( orliginal cors7et 'eer proldneed.
slimph try one and1( dIisclard allI otlhers.
We have thu enit.1re controll of the) Fea'~thI
$1 1FeaIthierhmone corset, extIra lon3g, wa)3ist,
highu bust, watchI-spring, steel stays, lad
TVry 0one oIf our Celitdloid corset. :-Uay pro-.
teto~rs, and31 you3 wvill have 3)3n4,mre trouble)13
with y'to corset steels breaking or rustin3g.
It0eeinber Ilihat weP ha3ve theI Iongj-neted
Placket Fas5teners) in blauck ,gray andu wh itec.
We4 havi~e gone throuigh (31ur st4ock aiti
marked do(wn 3) great many 33 tintgs that11
muitst lbe tiol before we huly our1 Fall nII11
Wrth. 50o 11educed1 to
50 et'. Pieces5 Va)leneenes, LaQce Inse5rt i43n,110
1.25. Pieces wb'le4 pat1. Val1. Laces,4 35
25 to 40. PIeces black antiueamo Silk La~es,
35. Pairi lahck 14ilk MItts, 25
50o. Pa)ir' black Silk Mit ts, 35
25. PaIrs Ladies' lalck Ho1se4, Ii. e.* 15
15. Pairs Mi154sesRbd 1t1 ose,4 fa)s3 nt black, 1(3
50 to 35. Palirs Menl's Sus pelulers from 8 to 25
25. Pieuces blacks ando white F4renlch 8atteen 12
25. P'ieces un3bleached1'1)131 Tabu Daask, in;
i15. P3iecest F'lannielett. Sutit igs ini cream,1
light blue1 tit pin3k, 1(1
15, PIeces all.wool Dre'ss Goodsk,smn
strawv Hauts worth from33 25 to -10 to 1 it 13 .,
Piees all 141lk-ribbedLth, at. your31 3wn iien.
Oreenville, 8. G., A ugust, 30, Iil.
All per'sons are hereby wvarn
ed not to hunt, fish, or in auny
way trespass on my Ian'.ls, ats
any violations wvill certLainly be
pushedl in the Courts.
L. R. D~'lIHMt.
Cox & Soigler w ill sell you i a
buckot01 and1( d1ipper~ for 2(1 tots thiat
youItw havei n 3 pain 30~ cents'IiI for.
Go to soo thorn if you wvant a har
KARL's CLOVElt ROOT, the.
great Blood( purifier gives fresh
ness and clearness to the comn
plexion (tud cures Constipation
25 cts., 50 cts., $1.00. Sold by all
.w YOUR IiACKC ACII lH
Or you are at wornu out, really good for in
M WN8IRON JiTTrKR!. .
n~m ana man na good a ma polamen 8au14
rr'ite .a long "ady''
See owr Immiense Stock of
ind of honan foot.
0o' m1ore palirs of ''Our' Little
cwall Tip, 8 to 11, at $1,
ey. This Shoe will
f"s feect dry.
nuSS LUnI * ut os a I tuuu.
11 y'sm will exam~hin y stock you
will be 'oninIced. that, I have goods
at. lI 'RQM Pl UCES. Just think
about the prices below..
y Shirting, .ate. . - 4 cents.
Cotton Chiecks, at 4.} cents.
(Mood Pr'its, at 4 cents.
Standard, at 5 cents.
Wool FlIanneil, froml 124 up.
E'iderdown, good quality, 15 cts.
I,'ashion~able color's of Outing, 8 to
WVoisted, all co lors at 10 cents.
Clashmnere', at 1 7, 22, and 25, cents.
Bhngains in Towels, 18, and 25
nehles at 5 cenltsI ach.
Table D~amaask, at 20, 930, 40, and
W~ork Shirts, at 20 cents each,
l'nder ' 20 " a
.1Drill Drawers, at 25 cents a pair.
(Coii urse cies Shoes, No's. 5 and
at 1() cents a pair.
Alen's lbrogans at 75 cents.
Nice Button Shoe at 90) cents.
A lot. of'small No's, in Ladies' Shoes
t andio below cost.
Bargains in slummer goods, Lawn s
t .4 cents.
Jleans WVool Filling at 17, 19, 24,
Jeans Pants, at 7r) cents,
Men's Suits, at $4.00.
" '' "5.00.
' ~ (i,00.
A nd marnny other th ings, T pan't
noention for' lake of spaice. Com& to
L. Ri:mi Sm-rlI will be wvith me1, and
ic ghld to see, and i(1serive his frienidi'.
W. l.;::: S~hmixs,..ill, be with us
o seIe yon in the (Cot ton businows.
(C;li and see 11s, if you wnt to
rade(, thati 'v what we mneani.
J. H. BROWN,
Liberty, S. C.
Sepd . 20th, 189 1
1'n i.: S'r'.vri.: oI. Sou'rn CAnOLINA,
County of Pickons.
W herens, J. M. Stowart, 0. 0. P.,
raldo su1it, to me, to grant him Lot
ErIs of Adlminlistriation of the Es
ate of and1( offects of A. M. Neal,
The1 ar tlh(ereforo. to cito anfd.
(1mon11ishi aill and singu'lai' tho kin-.
red'o iando er'oditors8 of the sid A.
d . Neal, dloconsed, that they be and
pplolur befor'o me, in the Court of
riobato, to beO hold at Pickens Ct.
Iouso, S. 0., on the 30th day of
3tiober next, aftor publication
1eroof, at .11 o'clock in tho' foro'
100on, to show causo, it' any they
huavo, why tho said Ad ministration
should niot bo granted..
Givonl undor my H-and, this 17th
day of Soptomuber .1894, in tho 117th
your of our JIdop~i'enoc(.
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