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ude Alexander Esq., of Atlan
tam, visited relatiVes. in town last
T. J. Mauldin Esq., of Atlanta,
visited-U Is parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joab V-uldin, last week.
Rev. A. R. Fowler and family
of Columbia, are the guest of Mr.
T. D. Harris this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J- P. Morgan, of
Central, visited relatives and
friends in town last week.
Messrs. Cox & Seigler of Green
ville, will change in their adver
tisement this weect. Look out for
J. E. Craig, of Waxahachie Tex
as, is visiting his parents in the
county and will remain until next
J. M. Duckworth and son, Lem,
are visiting Mr. Duckworth's sis
ter Mrs. Hattie Duckworth,at lIMor
ganton, N. C., who is very ill.
Married on the 22d ult., at the
residence of the brides father, Mr.
James Byars, Miss Byars to Mr.
Riley Dodgens. Rev. B. Holder
Rev. J. M. Stewart was elected
pastor for Concord church to serve
next year. He will preach at that
ehurch every second Saturday tt
8 o'clock and Sund ay at 11 o'clock.
Married on the 26th ult., at the
residence of Mrs. Harriet Bowie,
Mr. A. A. Alexander to Miss L.
A. Nimm-ms. Trial Justice Lewis
officiating in his graceful manner.
Some very good anonymous news
contributions occasionally come
to the JOURNAL for publication, and,
of course, they do not get in print.
Please do not forget to give your
Married on the thl e
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Craig, the bride's parents, Miss
Sarah Craig to Mr. Ross Hender
son, of Anderson county. Rev. J.
R. Riley, D. D., officiating in his
Dr. Shields, an eminent physi
cian of Tennessee, says: "I re
gard Ayer's Sarsaparilla as the
best blood-medicine on earth, and
I know of many wonderful cures
effected by its use." Physicians
all over the land have made simui
A January thaw is always more
productive of colds and coughs
than a January freeze. Then is
tho time Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is
needed and proves so extremely
efficacious. Ask your druigg'ist for.
it, and also for Ayer's Almanac,
which is free to all.
Married on the 24th ult., at the
residence of the brides parents in
Walhalla, Miss Eugenia Moss to
Dr. Joel Bowven, of Mount Pleas
ant. uifter a short -visit to Hon.
W. T. Bowan, father of tho groom,
they wvent to Mount Pleasant,
wvhere Dr. Bowen has built up a
lucrative p~ractice in his profess
Charles WV. Garrison, of Easley
Towvnship, died at his home on
the 21st ult. He was 88 years old
and leaves a wife andl~ four childr(eni
b)o.ii los ai hot4 of1 fr'e-rl4 1t) mo:~rn
death is al greiI loss to h is '(enm.
t tho Jamni AT, and1 it ex Iends its
lO a a son of Thiomas 11. andl
Mancy E. Bowon, who live in
Pickcens county, until they wont.
to Texas in 1858.
There ie goodl renson for the
popularity of CIhamborla in's Cough
Reined fr. Davis & Biuzard, of
Weost Monterey, Clarion Co., Pa.,
say: "It has cured people that
our physicians could do nothing
for. Weolpersuaded them to try a
bo~ttle of Oh amborlain's Cough
itemeody and they now recommend
it with .the rest of us." 25hnd 50
ent bottles for sale by Dr.- (. \V.
JEarle, Pickens. .C. N. Wyatt, Eas
Icy; Hall, Sloan & - Co., Fort Ilill;
IHunter, & Boggs i.berty; L. E. Ea
Bee change in the advertisement
of W. T. McFalls this week.
Mrs. M. F. Ansel, wife of SOlici.
torAiusel, died at her home in
Greenville on the 25th ult.
Owing to delay in getting paper,
the JOURNAL is oneo. day behind
.this. week, but will bo on time he'o
Mr-s. Jno. L. Thornloy, accom
panied by her son, Bertran, visit
ed relatives and friends in Ander
son last week. .
Mr. J. R. Bowen and wife, of
Pelzer, spent the Christmas holi
days with his parents, Mr. and
Mirs. W. T. Bowen.
James F. Lay, of Contral, was
in tow on th 31st ult., and is get
ting things in fino shapo for a cot
ton mill in that community.
Mr. James C. Stowart of Alex
ander loft December 30, for Heard
mont, Ga., whero he will ongage
in business for Col. Mattox of thai
E. F. Loopor, 1.F. Leslie and
0. P. Field have boon appointed
as the Board of Township Coi
missioners for Pickens C. H1.,
Leo's Minstrels began their en
tortainment in Greenville Monday,
and will contmnue evory niight this
week. They are the best on the
road and the prices are low.
The Liberty sub-alliance will
meet Saturday, January the 5th
1894, at 8 o'clack p. m. All mem
bers are requested to b present as
there is business of importance to
Married on the 26th ult., Henry
E. Batson, of Greenville, to Sallic
T. Gossett, daughter of Mr. Pink
Gossett. The ceremony was per
formod at Antioah church by Rov.
J. F. Anderson.
Married at the residence of the
brides paronts in December 26th
Mr. Willie Lawrence, of
Cenial, to Miss Hester Lewis, of
AnJ. -on Mills. All of Pickens
County, " 0. Roy. J. M. Stewart
On the 11th instauml, I started to
Glenville, N. C., an(I was accompa
nied by James Morgan, of this
county. When we got near Keo
wee river we met tho Oconco U. S.
officers. They had been dlestroy
ing Christmas in this county.
We stopp)Od 1.1o first night with
M. Nicholson, of White WXater.,
where we were well cared for. Thme
noxt miorin g we started on our.
journey to Gllonville whore we ar
rived at about 5 p. mu. TIhe city is
located near the Bluo Ridge with
some high poaks atroundi it and we
found it a benutiful place. The
city has one0 hotol, two churches,
tw~o stores a post-oflico andl one
blaclksmit~h shop)1. W\o found the
p~lace headquarters for politics.
This little city is blessed with two
schools, one of wvhich is run by the
Baptists and Democrats and the
other by the Methodists and Re
publicans, known as Ithe racket
school. When the? hol inings the
streets are crowdled with dinild ron
making for school. We had the
pleasure of meeting Rev. J. Owens
who informed us that he was sup
plying a church in this county,
which is about 45 miles from his
home. He receives 60 dollars for
his service. I returned home on
the 16th inst., nnd was glnd to
meet my Pickmns friends. I learn
od that four or five (logs have been
k ilIled sieI In1f4t, all supposed to
Im''. bene mand withI hydropho-.int,
a1 lo 'kou1t is beinig isopt for~ more.
The niI)) m0. bso'f th Pickulns C.
H-I., all iance are' re'quested to meet.
in call meet ing), 4aturd1ay the 5ithI
'I.oflJanuary, 18%) tni 10 o'clo~ck tn.
............ ... . l o'tm.:nys
(. W . 1',Alt Ls Chi m. Board.
Thne nudilimng doerk is striking
from the Su'escription list tihe
names of dolinquonits. Some will
be surprised, but the JoURINALA can
not give th~em free re ding any
'Tako your Cotton Seed to P. D.
Cureton, in Easloy, who will buy
your Coltton Seed and pay the high
est cash p)rice f'or them. li is b~uy
ing for the South Carolina Cotton
Oil Company, Greenville Mill.
Oct. 11-4m -
SlF VOR~ IIACK( AE7KItI
-Or g'on aro all worn out, realI fym itming~ht
Il.s daler hei ftedicinr.
TiE STATE OF SOtHii CA ROLINA
COUNTY OF PICICENS.
John T. Anthony, adim'r, ot, al. -
Blassingime, ot. al.
Complaint for Partition.
By virtue of decretul orders tuado in
the oabove stated case. I will sell to high.
est bltldsr before the Coutrt Mioust) doors
at Pickens S. C., ditnlig the legal hones
for Stile ol Saleday inI Janiuars 1895, the
following desetived tracts of land sold fi r
Pairtician to-wit :
Triac'. No. 1. AU that piece, parcel or,
tract of land I.laVg, bein.g, si. ato int (ht
County mid Sta'o aforesuid on braticeh
waters of Town Creek, waters of Twelve
Mile River, bounded by lands of ). E.
Ihentiks and oiers. conti one
hundredl and forty-sIx (I 11i) aces... more or
TI'nier No. 2. atdjoiling tIrat No. 1.,
1). E. lietuirieks J. . .1. Anthony and
ot hte's., (lunttaini ng two h mInre( a mId s ve i
ty (2~0)7:cres nina or less. This is t he
hole place of 11. J. Ant honly dceceatnst,
divided into t wo t:-ates. 'l'Tnts one -th ird
cahI, balance in one anl two yve:s, with
interest from date of sale, withi bonid and
tnot gage of the premise , im:Iniser to
pay for impers andl f.ir vvenvdling the
P. A. Porter, et.. al.
David Porter, et. al.
Comltplalit ol Pletitioni.
Tiact No. 2. All that piv:-o parcel or.
tract. of hati lyig being in [ ilk coniy
anid .s-ta n afor.-swdi oil br-alc watrlo
ligood MIll Crevek, water, 4f Twelve
Mile River, l(joininig tiaot. No. 1, :) and
T'dNs. 3. A djoiing tr*:ict New. 2,
ul i lhe 16Ith' i John 1'. l'olntr dv
re0:SC-b vo..1ainig thirty1-t%%o (:32) neces
mor-e - o f i. It. heint4 %nI I i of t hv ie hni
phic; of 11. S. Pol-ter lees and Soldl
TrtnI11 tOe thiril casl, Lie i hl.meie inl
one1 antit wo '.nr with itelt- from day
of alv, secued by I lie bond of the piir
elaer and at 11 mottgage of (Ite premises.
I'urchaser to p ty for papers and for r
cording tle smaime.
J M. STE It 11,
c. C. I'. C.
TiHI STATE OF SOU'Ir CAROLINA,
CoUNTY OF PIcKE-xs.
By J. B. Nowbory, Esq.
"WIrTEREAS, Varina Garrison and
Emos N. Garrison mado stit to
me, to grant thom Letters of Ad
mini:,tration of the Estate of and
effects of C. W.Garrison, deconsod.|
Thoso are Thorifofre to cito and
admonuislh all tndI singular i tho
kindred and Croeditors of th said
C. v. Garrison, deconsed, that
they ho and appar hoforo me, inl
Court of Probate, to h'eld at Pick
oe Court House, S. C., on the
17th Janutary .1895 next, after puh1)
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the foren(oonI, to show cautse, if' anv
they' have, why the said1 Adrainis"
trationi should not be grated.
G iven iunder~ my H-and, this tst
(lay of Jitiuary 1895 in the 117
year~ of our Inodopence.
J. B. Nitvwu.:nY,
2t. J. P. P. C.
1tniE T'A'TM 01' SOUTiT CAtuRIN.\t,
CoU'N'v ot.P 1' is.
Hlaving~ tho piower gr~anited t
me1 by J osoph Roatwvrigh t, in a
mortgago exceultedl by imi on t he
4th of April .1893, wihich is record
ed in llegister Meinso Convevannee
offico Pickons2 county South 'Caro
linat, mi boo0k 1. page. 496.
I will olhor for' sale at pu , lie
outL-cry~ 01n Salosdaiy in) Fobruiary
next, at Pickens C. H1., to the
highest hiddder, I th followj ig real
All that, lot of land situanted in
tho StatoI~ of Sou th Cairol in, Coun
ty of Pickonis and adjoining the
c~lopat(o hlits of the twn of
Pickons and1( atdjoinIing hotsI of .
D). 1.iOlder Onl the west, J. \V. Coch
ran11 ont the east and sou th, C. E.
lltb inso 5On)O the northb and J. IT.
.Neton' iin the eat. Contatiing
I wto 8ert and hast~ itwo g~V)!ood sin~l'gs
antd branttches5 oni the samno,
J1. H-. NEWTON,
20- Motg agoo.
. ''ucaE .. HoiinG W.~it Mc~lan
unan I T .Huchn4 (0. . Mor-tN
'N .II. K ~ .I i(trflo l \\ '. a -
of orindoo. thin. gig.t With
tr.i 01( it) V1OW id upLV dlIi ig
JouthA 'is anxisomu thatit sii sub
Co., of Springlold1, Ohio, for a
supply of yearly subscriptions to
thoir groat monthly, "Tm111 A MFRI
CAN ]iARM NtFWs," which Will be
p)roen~ted RTCIt Tno 1CVICRY PAlID TN
ADVAIN(CN subscribr to to JoUR.u
,1utA 'aw.ros 4Co isop puut e optomp 4Coup1
ISflN1OEB OH 03~
.uopJtun unag puu oAst o~tnrsr
Why at the low prices we
solling goods at. It is true tL.
wo aro solling goods cheaper that
thoy have ovor boon ofo red bofor(
for in Greenvillo or .any othei
.placo. You only have to call au<
got our prices to 1)0 conivilded o
Our st'ck is all o11w froi A to Z,
so you canil bo suro t,hat whin you
iuy froI uIs tlat you 1110 1not. got.
(ing any old last year's goods or
goods out of stylo, but overytiing
new and inl tho
Our stock is coipleto in overy
lino. 'In Dross Goods we load in
Styies, Quality and Priceos the
Call and seo our line of Blanuti
kots and Comforts, Cassiiieres an1d
Joans ; red, whito and black Flin
I nel s.
Our stock of Tablo Linen can't.
be boat in quality, and prices are
loweor than ovor.
Canton 1lainiIls ill piico9,
from 5 to 25 con. This week we>
vill soll our 10 ceit Can lton llani
nel 12 yards for $ 1.
Remneimilbor, for this week oly.
10 cent, Outing 12 yards for $1.
In Hosiory we lead. Noto a
row irices for this wook only.
3 pair 25 cent fast black Indies
ioso, ill sizoe, for 50 cents.
3 pair cllildrons fast. black Rib
bed Hoso for 25 cents.
Mons 10 cent, l-loso for 8 cents.
. cent 1-Roso 5 cents.
A 25 cent ladios heavy ribbed
Vest for 18 cents.
A 50 cents Vest for 45 con ts.
A 60 cent Vest for 50 cents.
A -1.25 Vest for $1.
A $1.50 Vest for $137A.
Call and soo the bargains Ve are
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths,
Shades, Curtain Poles,
Lace Curtains and
al ki n ds of Up
(For this wvek We will give you
A 35 en 't hudo '11 sprog rol.
lors, com))plele, for 20 (cenlts.
A 50 cent Shade on spring rol.
lors, complete, for 85 cents.
A 75 cent Shade on spring rol.
Icors, comlto, for 5) cents.
A 81 I.00 Shadle Onl sping1 rollers
iomplllete, for 75 contis.
A 50 cent Curtain Pole, brass
iixt uro's, for 20 contis.
A 75 cent Curtain Poule, wood
timimings, for 85 cents.
Curtain PiIolos ini Oak. (illrry or
We haven't the0 spae(o or ti me to
(Quote alliy mioro jprices, b)111 rest
a5SllredI that everything you get
Srmus wlli bo at t ho lowea1. pos-.
rihle figuras. I extend nmany
thaniks to, all for your liberal pal
ronago~( smIlco coming bac1k and1(
t aurtinig businiess again and1( beg to
say~ that1 1 willI always do overv
thing in myi power to ireat oever'y
B. L B.8ENUI.
Nov'. 22-94. Greenville, S. C.
I am11 very mhuchl 01)1iged to my
fri i'd(s an Ii( u(!stomors ('1 r past )35 f'a
vors anrd wishi you all ai happy) and1(
ihs jnrlbii moE'5 ('rain 1, rais
h~si li1 and Mov 01ut of (1eb1,
:I t al !bo tril >u (an, I
Jo ri liepU. \ rnl Peasl.''l
Chicken ls, good:si c.,ill Couy a bi
A$ 10 didtourter 1111'w ie lke v(1
that, somo1 llrich I oadint (uns t<
swapj flPoiro made miohnses.'
T. D. HARRIS.
etc. They must be sold as I don't
Want to move onything now on hand
into my now house that I expect to
have rer.dy between 1st and 15tb of
Coine and get the bargains while
they c-an be had and don't forget to
pay 1110 what you owe me, as it is
now due and past due and I need it,
atnd remember I can't sell goods at
cost on a credit and don't ask for
thom that way, for you will be re
J. H. BROWN.
Liberty, '. C.
BE1LIEVE ONLY what you see.
Now we have recently mado 801110
very fortunate purchases thereby
making important additions to every
DEPARTMENI OF OUR
which enables us to reverse and reg
ulate already seemingly low prioes
If it is good for us it will be best
Just received another shipment of
54 inch Table Linen worth 35 cents
An1oher lot of Flannelett suitings
all pretty )aterns and good value
for .~> colts, price to-day 10 conts.
SLot Lins'?ys exceedingly cheap
at8 and 10 cents.
Some uore of that, heavy twilled
Flannel at 15 cents.
1 Lot heavy Eider-down cloaking
good1 value at twice the pri1c. Our
p1rice to-day 12}. cents.
312 inch Ilanidsomne Drap) de Viena
simtinigs 10 cents.
1. Lot Rexvonette Cioths handsome
styles at 7 eents.
I Lot 30 inch Cassimneres in Plain
Plaidls Strip~es and figured fromg price
: ), 25 and :35 cents.
Ini order to close thlem out, we have
mal~rkedl them 10, 124, 15 anid 20 ets.
Theiny want last long.
fasit suiting Broad Cloths that are
beirg sold for *1.25 at 98 cents only.
See t hem.
W1e have several very huinds'ome
Novelty Dress Patterns thiat we wvill
clopse out at a greatly reduced price.
You1 eann huy fromi us for
Four Dollars and A half
A hanudsomie all silk Black dress
isnt. it wonderlul.
Ini Black andl Mornning Goods wo
are the 10olks.
We call attention to our large
heavy whiite cotton filled comnforta
bles and also our line of cheap Bllani
that our 1BIG SACRIFICE sale in
Milinery is still goiing on-we are
going to quit tho busineoss. Now is
the time to buty thenm at half price.
Il MAIN ST., (1REEN~VI14E, S. C.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy wil Cure any
Form of Blood Impurity if the Bitters and
Wash are carefully used together.
lFour oir (iv. year:-) ago I hadl a
bre'aking out on1 my nosom and face;
it would como in hard knots which
-(i wu l hocomo)( ra1w seres. The
tro~'uble (ixtendedl to thme eyes rand
weaikeined them ; the lids became
sorO and~ discharged, TVhn faco
had aim it lhg, stinugintg sensaionl,
as5 if ncood his wVore priIcking tho s nr
faco. Nothing T triod gave mon
any reimf. Someio soh1)nit me a
pramiiphlhot of Mrs. Joo Person's
Remedy, and1( I conceluded to give
it a trial. .1 bought hoe Remedy
anid WVash, and I began to impllrove
at onice. lIt soon1 made a perfect
cure, aint I havo ne~ver boon trouh)
led sinceo. T also found it a fn
tonic and( appoetiz/er.
DUNCAN P. JONEs.q
Laurin burg, N. 0., .Juno 24, 1894.
For salb by Dr. G. W. Earlo,
Pieens, S. C.
are knov Coutri i"
of thts Big) WV(
Ii 1b' P~i (ii
vtlr at horno - we on
F ox Z Ijl yf o is 1n114
Its' 1Afusic , ',0 ri'esh
.the bab., put oilianl
it closod the doo.rs ofI I
Opened widi0 the glato
That leads froi arms l
the hill of man's stat
The light ofi da wnxiig Ii
ut paith wa
ut o pil
We hone stly believe that our. new li
inenl's and boys' weara' es is as coimly
of the prettiest things. yPlistore in
our Clothing is that it sds the wen
arnd makes more frieuds for'"s. Evev
We claim the best for tlie money. V.
order to cheapen prc There's strong
the prices reasonaible1 '
n al Wa.shin
Oct 11, 1894.
For the next thirty days we will o
GOODS at the following prices:
25 and 30 cents Goolb:
15 and U4 cents G,-oll(onds
45 and 50 ceit Goods
75 ceent Goods
T[hese prie - '4re below N'ew York cot,
Come early and secure ba gains.
45 (Coffeec Street, - - -
POR T jP
As soon as th
over we'll try - 00O(
pholks WV H ATbd
the mecantimes Ctid(
weaither gods .
will SWVAP EV~J -V-il