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e People's Journal
LOCAL ITEIMs. ,
Mrs. A. B. N. Folger visited rel
ves in town this week.
Monday Morning the mountaina
3re beautiful and the distani
ie were covered with snow.
The Easley Democrat has noini
nated Maj. D. F. Bradley as a del
gate to the Constitutional Con.
Qounty Supervisor Hendricks
3 having a fire place put in the
'robate Judge's office. It is much
ieeded this winter.
I The Nicarsguan Canal bill, with
overal amendments passed the
lenate on the 25th. It will now
:o to the House for action.
Auditor Christopher will finish
us tour of the county Friday and
kfter the 1st of February will be
n his office to take returne.
Married, on tjo 16th instant, by
'1ev. J. E. Fostor, at his residence,
4r. Ben Findley to Miss Mary
immozs, all of this county.
Dr. Riley met his regular ap
yointment at the Presbyterian
-hurch Sunday, and the exercises
fvere interesting and profitable.
Married on January 23d, Mr.
Tolin Wimphey to Miss Milley
Rendrick, all of Dacusville. J. A.
Robinson, Notary Pubiic, offiating.
Treasurer Youngblood's office is
not much crowded with tax payers.
There are yet 1620 to pay and the
sum of about $14,000 is yet on the
books to be collected.
larriod, on the 18th instant, at
the residence of the officiating
minister, Rev. J. E. Foster. Mr.
Jerry Batson to Miss Dora Stroud,
both of Greenville coun ty.
The case of the State vs., Brooks
Ferguson for arson was heard by
Trial Justice Bramlett Thursday,
and the defendent was discharged,
the State failing to make out a
prima facie case.
Married on Sunday morning, the
27th instant, by John 0. Davis,
Esq. Mr. W. Elbert Hiinton to
Miss Qattio R. Riddle, eldest
daughter of Mr. M. V. Riddle, all
of Dacusville,, S. C.
Will Wofford, tangled in the
Addington distillery case in Pick
ens, has been sent up to court by
missioner Hawthorne. He gave
bail. He was arrested by Deputy
Marshal Ligon.-Greenville News.
Married, on the 30th instant, at
Add ington, the Pickens distiller
wvho has been in trouble in con
nection with the burning of his
distillery and robbery of l'is ware
house, has given bail and been
released from jail.-Greenville
Married at the residence of P. A.
Porter, Esq., uncle of the bride,
and by consent of all the parties,
on Wednesday Evening Jan. 23rd,
1895, Mr. Warren Boyd to Miss
Martha Adcox, Rev. J. M. Stew
The papers generally throughout
the State are commending Gov.
Evans for the native efforts he is
making to have South Carolina
represented at .the cotton Stata
and International Exhosi tion at
Atlanta this year.
The District Alliance of the
third District will hold its next
regular meeting in the City of An
derson on Friday, 8th day of Feb
ruary next, at 7 :30 o'clock, p. m.
JTno. C. WATKINs,
Sec. 3rd District Alliance.
H. H. Penny, of Piedmont, will
deliver a course of lecture on Phre
nology at the shool house in town,
to begin Monday night, 4th Feb
ruary at *8 p. m. The ?dulissibn
will be fi ee, and the puiblio, includ
ing the ladies, are invited to at
Mrs. William J. Ponder died
at the home of he~r husbanid' in
Dacueville. Towniship on the 23rd
instant, aged about 50 years. She
wvas a devoted. memuber of Monnt
Carmuel church. She leaves a hus
band and ix children to revere
Don't. worry. Don't rim in debt.
Don't trifle with your~ health.
Don't try experimfen)ts with medi
cine's. Don't wvaste time and money
on worthInes comnpolud s. Don't
be persuntedl to tabe a~ substitiate
for Ayer's Sarsaparililla It is the
best of llood-purifiers.
"Five .vcars ago," -says Anga A.
Lewvis, Rliard, N. Y., '-1 had a con
stant cough, night Awnata. was
jail Thu~lrsdaiy b~y Constablo Mc.
O)lannahan, having failed to give
bond before Tril Jiisticd Stewvart
to appear at the next Sessioni
Court and answer to the charge 01
forgery. Hie practiced his gam<
sucessfuilly on several of the Lib.
orty merchants, before he came tc
LIBERTY, S. C., Jan. 28, '95.
Rev. W. H. Workman who has
beep confine4to his room for sey
ikal days with'grippe is better.
Mrs. 3. A. Smith is still on the
Mrs. J. M. Jameson is still quite
Miss Lizzie Boggs and Mrs. .D.
J. Greer are on the sick list also,
besides many orthers are complain
ing more or less.
James Watkins has bought the
Pickle livery stable and gone into
the livery business.
Last week was court week at the
trial justice court-whiskey case
from Easley-J. P. Carey was on
hand in interest of defendant and
Gen. Gray, of Greenville, appeared
for: prosecutor. No case. Liquor
The school business seems to be
tied in a double bow knot. Thus
Miss Ella Workman, sister of
Rev. W. H. Workman, came in
from Clarondon county last week
and will make this her home.
Judo Boggs shot Frank Reed,
both colored, with a shot gun Sat
urday, sprinkling him with several
shot, but not seriously injuring
him. Drs. Williams and Sheldov
picked out some of the shot. Jude
gave his wife a good beating as she
was a party in the drama and then
took log bail and hasn't answered
to roll call. '
So far there has 4een but little
progress made on the farm toward
a crop for this year, there has been
a few oats sowa, the wheat and
early sown oats appear to be con
siderably damaged by the severe
freezes. Seed oats are in demand.
There is more home made pork
and 'corn on the market here this
winter than for years past. It be
gins to look like old times when we
made our living at home, when we
did not have our corn cribs and
pork packed in the far west. We
might improve still more on this
line aw there is always room at the
top. We should diversify our crops,
planting fewer acres of land and
putting in our time improving and
bringing up what we cultivate to a
higher state of cultivation by plow
ing deeper and sowing peas and
clover and applying home-made
fertilizer more liberally. What is
the use of our young men going
west when they can make more
here than they can there as the
times are now. The more you
have to pay out for labor to make
or gather a crop the worse off you
will be, as the man who raises one
bale of cotton and clears ten dol
lars is much better off than the
man who raises 100 bales at a loss
of $100, if the ten dollar man
does not have quite as big a name.
But what of a big name and an
emplty parse backed by the fret
and worry of gathering an~d mark
eting a heavy crop,.with the fact
continually revolving in your mmnd
that you have expended your lahor
and your reward is only sad expe
rience and the knowledge of the
fact (provided you think any) that
the profits have gomne to the class
of favored gentlemen wahose wish
es and welfare are considered by
our national government. They
live like kings and absorb all the
profits of labor so injudiciously
expended. Give us the ten dollars
and lot big names and experience
pass to those who crave it most
and are willing to pay the cost.
For rheumatism I have found
nothing equal to Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It relieves the pain
as soon as applied. J. W. Young,
West Liberty, WV. Va. The prompt
relief it affords is alone worth
many times the cost, 50 cents. Its
continude use will effect a perma
There is good reason for the
popularity of Chamberlain's Cough
Remnedy. Davis & Buzard, of
West Monterey, Clarion Co., Pa.
say: "It has cured people that
our physicians could do nothing
for. We persuaded them to try a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
'Iemedy and' they now recommend
it with the rest o( us." 25 and 50
dent bottles for sale by Dr. G. W.
Earle, Pickens. C. N. Wyatt, Eas
ley; Hial, Sloan & Co., Fort Hill;
Hlunter, & Bogge Liberty; L. R. En
Remember that you can get the
Home and Farm and thme People's
Journal one year for $1.25.
Many stubborn and aggravating
cases of rheumatism that were be
lieved to be incurable andl accep)t
ed as life legacies, have yielded to
Chamberlain 'sPain Bal m, much to
the surpriso andl eatif(ication of
the suiffoere. On~e application
wvill rel ieve the pain andl suffering
and its continued use insures an
effectua l cure. For sale by Dr. 0.
W. Earle. Pickensa; (. N. Wyatt, Eas
les; llall, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill;
Hlunter, & Boggs, Liberty; L. R.
Carlton Cornwell, foreman of
the Gazett, Middletowvn, N. J.,
beCliOeves th at Chonmberlain 's Cough
Remen.dy should be in every home.
Hie usedl it for a coldl anid it offec
!Md a speedy cure. Hie says:-'t
is mndeedl a grand remedy, I can
recoinmen~ ~ all. I have also
seen it use 'fr whooping cough,
wv it h ' -' b oe t. results."
F om sale by Dr. G. W.
Earle; Pickens; C, N. Wyatt,Fasley
lAli, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill;'Hnter
& Boggs, Liberty; L. B. Eatos, Cq.
15u1NERAL TRADE IS QUIET.
Outlook Favorable for Conservative IN
nose for some Time to Come.
NEw Yong, January 20.--Bradstre
Special telegraphic and mail advices fr
she shore important distributing centres fail
reveal any narked improvement in the moi
woent of merchandise and products, and t
conclusion is forced that the general trade i
uation remains as previously characteribe,
by small volume, low prices, hand to mov
sales, and the outlook favorable to a very oc
abrvative trade for some time to come.
Gains in demand have boon noteworthy or
at Eastera woolen mills for men's wear, fabr
among Providonce manufacturing jewel.:
wholesale dealers in staples at Augusta, Me
phis and Now Orleans, and, in the west a
northwest, at St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Pa
and Minneapolis only, improvement be
rather by contrast with recent dullness thi
with the volume of trade ordinarily transact4
at this season. An exception is in wool salc
which have increased sharply, though prico
are no higher. Mills report unexpected
heavy orders of men's wear, woolens for fe
delivery, in spite of foreign competition, clot,
fers having placed the bulk of overcoatings at
general suitings Contracts with domestic mill
At the south collections are slow in Soul
Carolina, Georgia, Virginia. Richmond jobbe
and Charleston and Savannah respectively r,
port fertilisers and naval stores more aotiv
At Atlanta jobbers are awaiting results
February 1st, settlements before seeking
entend trade. At almost all southern contrn
general trade remains quiet and a very mode
HOW CHATTANOOGA COMES It
Six Million Brick Contractod for With
a Chattanooga Industry.
CHATTANOOGA, January 28. - Moi
tigue & Co., of this city, have receive
a oontract to furnish $0,000,000 of bric
to the Dwight company; which is g<
Ing to build a cotton mill, and in fact
town near Alabama City, Ala., Cha
tanooga will more than likely get
eotton bill, but if it does or does nc
this city is certain to reap large benefil
from the influx to this section of norti
ern capital which will be put in cotto
factories. If cotton mills are estal
lished in this vicinity, they will n
doubt be largely built with materit
from Chattanooga manufactories an
many thousands vf dollars will com
here for building material, etc., for th
ecuinmont of the mill
!4aturallsing Cubans In Tampa.
TAMPA, Fla., January 28.-The C%
bans of Ybor City are making preparl
tions to vote at the next election b
becoming naturalized citizens. Mor
than too are petitioning for papers, an
today twenty-one Cubans took the na1
MIXEb THE POETS UP.
The High 8chool Pupi's Error and tl
Confusion Which Followed.
Now that the "sweet little girl grada
of last year's normal class are bein
Drystallized into the prim schoolmarm
of years to come, the never failing st<
ries, true and otherwise, funny and sul
posed to be, of class bulls and blundez
are cropping out and being added t
the already great volume of "Englis
as She Is Spoke." One of the lates
comes from the high school and is fasi
ened by the Washington Post on
sweet-voiced lisping youth, with an it
cipient mustache and a furtive glane
that will wander toward the girls' sid
of the study hall. They were bein
called up the other day by the Englis
literature teacher and examined as I
their memory of last year's work, at
the sweet-voiced youth was asked for
quotation from Scott. He startt
bravely enough, but mixed his autho:
ties before he finished:
Oh, woman, in thy hours of ease,
U~nccrtain. coy, and hard to please;
But seen too oft, familiar with thy face,
We first endure, then pity, then embrace,
The conclusion was entirely too muc
for the class, the red-headed corpor:
from D company exploded in a reguls
vacation laugh, the 'rest of the roon
including the teacher, followed sul
and the sweet-voiced youth collapsec
vowing lie would never memorize ai
other quotation so long as he lived.
Take your Cotton Seed to P. I
Cureton, in Easley, who will bu
your Cotton Seeod anud pay thle higi
est cash price for thlem He is b)ua
ing for the South Carolina Cotto
Oil Coml)pany, Greenville Mill,
A well imnprovedl two horse far:
two miles from Pickens on1 ti:
A good one horse farm 0n1 1:
Parkins place, three~ miles froi
Liberty, on the Pickens road.
To SELL.-A pair of mules,
two horse wagon, ia oneo horse wai
on, and a nulch cowv withi yom
calf, for cotton >aid next Noven
ber. C. L. HOLLINCIsWORTH.
lBepairIng of all kinds of Sawys
J. C. Mauldin, Proprietoi
W. L DouGLAS
$3 SkiOEmo A I-..
- RENCH&ALN1AMEttEO CAi.,
6- 2 WORKINGM1~~
' e EKTRA PINEe
Over One Milion People wear the
W. L.Douglas $3 &$4Shoes
All our shtoes are equally satlsfactory
They 5;lve the best value for the money.
Thy qaicstoml shoes in style and fit.
Thei weaingqualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform,....stamtped on soie.
Prom $t to $3 saved over other mankes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Ior auie lby
W. T. McFall, PIckens, S. C
F. B. Morgan, Central,8. C
Notice of Final Settlemeont.
leave tomake a final settlemnt wil
Maud and Mary E. Uarton, an:d ask
be dismisQsed as Guardian, on the 15
day of Febrnary, 1895.
MELVI LLE BARTON. Guiardian.,
01 J. McD. BRUCE,
a. HACOOO, BRUCE & CO.,
ly Our iu- - will be conducted in the
a ame lib a . tnner a4. heretofore.
id We lye e01.g O01t;
"j OLD GOODS AT A SACURIFICE
r and New Gc ods are being received daily.
Pnrtles expecting any tutre faivors
I from us must settle in some satisfactory
way their past obligations.
J. MeD. BRUCE,
-COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Persuant to Judgment of the
Court in the above entitled case
I will sellI at public out-cry to the
highest bidder before the Court
House door at Pickens Court
House in the county of Pickens
during the legal hours on Sales
,day in Februay, 1895, the follow
ing real estate to-wit. i, ..
All that tract of land. situate
-in Central Township in the Coun
ty of Pickens, State aforesaid,
acontaining four hundred and
fifty (450) acres more or less,
adjoining lands of Mrs. R. R.'
Child Harrison Vaughn and Fed
Garvin. Sold under order of
-Court in the case of G. . W.
B Taylor, vs. P. B. Watson, et. al.
0 Terms one-half cash, balance in
ninfe monthis fromn day of sale,
the credit portion to bear inter
,d est from day of sale, and be RA
a hsradmotaeo h
U-peie. ucae t a o
a Maohesnter' Sl.
J.RE.NILE W iCOUTY. P .C
Jan.rsuath to01 Jugen ,fh
Houe n thalte ony o arceu
durin Ctme lneale how.s on toles-o
ayhen youuyt 1895ood the folldo
v. Andlgl thaoua of land seiateor
s-ttofPimenscas Staes aforeysnad
containime ng fettr hndraed trobde
Yousfor (450)tertesmr r es
M av oldtgager orer o
Courving the paof gt. to~
m Tayr Josp P..oatrigh, etn a.
4Term one-hpalf93 cwhc balaneord
the creditportionto beo ntyanc
Id will fomffyofo sal, ad pbe ic
out-ry nheodyf theFobur
n her and Picortgage., o the
h-piges.P bidder tpa fologra
All that oticane itaedi
the Sta'eteoSout arolin( ato, Coun-ar
amy oike ins andl ao ining b thoeli
co 1roato limite f the town of ur
Piko len tand adoipl n not wi oJ
1- D. Holdo.r notewsJ W oh
-.ano th. Nast andRY J.outh, C. E
J01. 7t J.B H. NEWON
Why at the low prices we ar<
selling goods at. It is true tha
we are selling goods cheapor thai
they have over been offorod befor<
for in Greenville or any othei
placo. You only havo to call ald
got our prices to be convinced of
Our stock is all now from A to Z,
so you can be sure that whon you
buy from us that you are not got.
ting any old last year's goods or
goods out of style, but everything
now And i n tho
Our stock is complote in evory
line. In Dross Goods wo lead in
Styles, Quality and Prices the
Call and soo our lino of Blan
kots and Comforts, Cassimoros and
Joans; red, whito and black Flan
Our stock of Table Linen can't
be boat in quality, and prices are
lower than over.
Canton Flannels all pricos,
from 5 to 25 cents. This wook we
will sell our 10 cent Canton Fan
nel 12 yards for $1.
Romomber, for this week only,
10 cent Outing 12 yards for $1.
In Hosiery we lead. Note a
few prices for this wook only.
3 pair 26 cent fast black ladies
Hose, all sizo, for 50 cents.
3 pair childrens fast black Rib
bed Hose for 25 cents.
Mens 10 cent, i-Hoso for 8 conts.
8 cent i-Hoso 5 cents.
A 25 cent ladies heavy ribbed
Vest for 18 cents.
A 50 cents Vest for 45 cents.
A 60 cent Vest for 50 cents.
A *1.25 Vost for $1.
A $1.50 VoBt for $1.37A.
Call and soo tho bargains we are
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Shades, Curtain Poles,
Lace Curtains and
al kinds of Up
For this weook wo will givo you
A 35 cent Shad H1n sprImig rol
lors, complete, for 20 conts.
A 60 cent Shade on spring ro
lers, complete, for 35 conts.
A 75 cent Shade on spring rol
lors, complete, for 50 cents.
A $1.00 Shado on spring rollers,
complloto, for 75 cents.
A 50 cent CJurtain Pole, brass
fixtures, for 20 con ts.
A 75 cent Curtain Pole, wood
trimmings, for 35 cents.
Curtain Poles in Oak, Liherry or
We haven't the space or timo to
quote any mnoro prijcos, butI rest
assured that e.very thIing you gct
from usn will be at the lowest pos
sib)le figures. I extend many
thanks to all for your liberal p~at
ronage since coming back and
starting business againi anud bog to
say that I will always (do every
thing ini my poworI to treat over~y
I. L I. BE l.
Nov. 22-94. Greenville, S. C,
Lay Your Weary Head!
On one of my 50c. pillows-they wveighi
31 pounds--good feathersQ, best satinct
tickinsr, on ly 50c. a piece; sup~ply limited.
New goods of all k1lods coming In daily
I have never beeni able to make the pi)cos
more0 interestingl F~or instance, rather
thman mlss a trade will make you 7Ib Ar
buceke Parched Bloffee for a dollar, or a
2'lh of Ornatiated Bumgar for $1.
If you need a few pamir of shoes to car
ry you thrmoughi, we wvill Ilkt you onl
J ist. a little cold1 wea1ther .Jeants left,
ithe prIices mfove it ofr.
Plenty of Clothking cheaper t han ever!
I am ex peeth ig an lhimecnae lot of ( ar..
pet sazmpjles this week 1 1 to I & yal lenigthts
of ine Bruissels Carp~e ing. Th'le price
will be 25c,
Let me sell 3-o or Seed Oatsi.
T'ermis aliwayts r-pot cas~h or biarter.
I wnant Corn,. Pensq, Eggs and. a few
home mnade Pe(a-n1tt.
J,,,n. :i 95 PlIckens. S. C.
- e The NAMES are being ii
Easier to imitate the names than
are known all over this Countr
buy. when you wain a Stove be
Sign of the Bil
November 1st 1894.
The Au(litor's 0111co will bo open
from tho first day of January 1895
to tho twontith day of February
1895, to receive returns of Roal
and Personal Property for Taxation
in Pickons County for tho year
Tlio Auditor or his Deputies will
bo tt each of the following Pro
cinets to rocoivo Returns for said
Calhoun, Tuesday, Jau. 15, 1895.
Contra1, Wednesday, and Thurs
(lay, Jan. 10, and 17, 1895.
Liberty, F'ri(lay and Saturday,
Jan. 18, and 19, 1895.
Easloy, Monday and Tucisday,
Jan. 21, and 22, 1895.
Cross Plains, Wed nesday, Jan.
Dacusvillo, Thursday, Jan. 24,
Fosters Store, Friday, Jan. 25,
Puminpkintown, Saturday, Jan.
Eastatoo, at Kings old Storo,
T ues(lay, Jan. 29, 1895.
Iurricano, Wodnesday, Jan. 30,
Six Milo, Thursday, Jan. 31,
Praters, Friday, Fob. 1, 1895.
Pickons CourL 1lous) blalanco of
All changos in Roal Estat nmust
ho madde and all now huii ild inmgs
Orocto(d silnco 1st (iay of JInIIa ry,
1894, rotuirned f" )r acl ion of TowI
filip Assessors who aro rev(gliid bY
a1 tO OXamilne all rottai'tis 1iaidor
Ignoranco of tim of listingis.
no xouso and a i piinlty of 450 per
cont. for non roturis is strictly on- c
Joinied upon Auditor. ' 1
All Tax payers must malo their
returns inl persont 01r bty some14 one
l-gally authorized to do so ini cam
of sickness or abs~enlce fromii lhe
County. Baniks bu11iding and 11(
Loani.I Associtions, Fire, IA ie, and1(
other Insurane Coinmais 10
qulireCd by laiw to maike r
Each and( (every persIon1 wil'
1)0 prepalred to say ini what
ship) and1 School District ti
at the timo theoy aire required to
mlak(o their return.
All MalueIfs hot0 wet'n 21 and1( 50
youri of age e)xcepjt ihos1 fxlcse
by 1awt areu liable to P'ol I Tax.
Nov- 29, 1898. A :nditor of' P. C,
I will sell my entire stock of goods
except Groceries, at cost anid below
cost, on and after the 15th of Dc.
Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, H-ardwaore,
Crockery and1( (Glass-ware, tin-ware,
etc. Th'ley must he sold as [ on't
want~ to move on)yt.hing nlow on haind
into my new house that I exptect to
have ready betwoon 1 st and 15th of
Come and get the bargainis while
they can) be had and~t don,'t forget to
pay me1 what you Owe mae, as it is
no0w (du1 andl pas due and I needl it,
andf rememflber I can't sell goods at
cost on a credit arnd don't as'. for
them that way, for you wtil be re
J. H. BROWN.
Dec. 13-1894. ict,~i
A HAPPY NEU
To all oi
We wvill maintain our reputa
year 1895, alnd solicit a contiuanc<
?W Crockery, Tinwar
itated-but be sure of ths--it
it is to Imitate the Stores--.
y as the best Stovos ever sold fc
sure to come to see us b6foro yd
Watch, near the Court House.
Greenville, S. C.
We will commence our
BIG SACRIFICE SALE!
Remember now that everytihing will be
lo1e to S.tlfy Our uentemners that (lia in
io ndvertising scheme simply to isklead
Ir in Nict you to
Come to Our Storel
V3 invite you cordially to visit our store
,'hil our closiug out sale is in progress.
'his Red Letter Sacriflee Salo will be
olitlitud until our Stock of Witti
oods, anid Ii fact, ill Woolen Goods are
Never before have vou hind nn opportu.
lilty lke t1.hiI t huv NIDry Goods, Notions.
,eoeq amr1l Miilhery at
Your Own Price!
Cerly. Now 41on1't miss this gole rp
>or1111n1ty for we meani whiat we say. Wlf
ecognized the fact. I hat goods am alread
o; filr W prolits are. concerned. but it
rder to LitrI .<011me of our goods int'
ioncy, Lowrvir Prices will be made by u
hiati yout ever heard of before.
141't ask s to charg any goods for w.
~ium4ator it when we sell them at
cost and Less Than Cost
Kra. Joe Person's Remedy will Oure an~
Form of Blood Impurit ft the Bitters an
Wash are careful Jy used together.
Four or fivo) yonr ango I had a
>reatkinog ouit ont my noso~( and face;
L would como in hiardl knots which
vould becomlo 1Iw ses. Th(
roub)IOoextended to the oyes and
y'eakonod thomn; the lidls became
loro an~ld discharged. Tphe face
andi itching, stinging sensation,
LB if needlos were pricking tho sur
'ace. Nothing I tried gave mec
my relief. Some one sent m() i
pamphlot of Mrs. Joe Person 'i
Remedy, and I concluded to give
it a trial. I bought her Roemody
Frnd Wash, and I hogan to improve
Lt once. It soon made a perfeot
3uro, and I have never been troub
led1 since. I also found it a fine
ton ic and appel)tIZOr.
DUNCAN P. JONES.
Laurinhburg, N. 0., June 24, 1894.
For salo b~y Dr. G. W. Earlo,
Pickens, S. 0.
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