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71fnRa8DAY, AUGUST 30, 1894.
Prof. J. M. Looper was in town,
Mqrs. J. Boatwright a nd children
are visitinig.friends and relatives.
Mis s Nellie Miller, of Greenville,
visited Miss Essie Earle this week.
Mr. Charles Johnson, of Charles.
ton, visited the Gradies last week.
Prof. O'Hanlon has gone to
Georgia, to join his family.
Mks. John S. Ashmorq is vis
iting- friends and relatives in
The cheapest line of Coffins and
Caskets in the State. B. L. Susman
D. F, Sowells and family, of
Greenville county, are visiting
friends in Pickens.
Misses Hughes, of Walkoraville,
Greenville county, are visiting
Miss Olile Kennemur, near Easley.
One Kitchen Table 6x3 reduced
from $8.50 to $1.75. B. L. Susman
John D. Harris and family are
visiting the family of T. D. Har
Mrs. W. S. Ligon, of Anderson
is visiting Mrs. MoD Bruce this
John W. Grady's and Zade Cox,
of Washington, are visiting their
parents this week.
One Trunk $4.75, reduced to $2.
87. B. L. Susnian & Bro.,
B. A.- Hagood returned to
Pickens last Sunday, from a busi
ness trip to Chatanooga, Tenn.
B. P. Porter and Benjamin Bold
ing killed two rattle-snakes at the
farm of W. -N. Bolding, last week,
in Hurricane Township.
If you want thorough-bred Po
land China and White Chester
pigs, call on Mrs. J: B. Watkins,
or at W. A. Arnold, at Central,
or R. J. Watkins, at Stewart.
Silas Williams, of Peter's Creek.
was bitten by a spider last week,
bir. Williams was seriously ill
nd was attended by Dr. Morgan.
D. C. Durham captured two
large rattle snakes last week, and
had them on exhibition in town
Leaders in low prices, Stoves,
Tin-ware, crockery & Glass-ware
at Bottom price,. call and see
us cdx & SEIQLER.
184-Maini St. Greenville, S. c.,
Walter 0. Hester, who former
ly worked in the JOURNAL office,
but who has lately bden working
in Washington city, is er a 4isit
Sto his parents.
One Wire Spring $1.90, redu~ced
to $1.09. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
St., , reenville, S. C. -
ke Rebecca Curtis, wife 'of
as tis, died at hier home on
kon the 23rd instanta
e ' buried from Six 'Mile
n) t the 24th instant. 45he
qs a husband and several chil..
dren to mourn her death.
One Rocking Chair $8.50, re
duced to $1.50. B. L. Susman &
No appetite? Then do not try
to force food down; but use thE
most scientific means for restoring
tone to'the stomach. How? Why
by taking Ayer's Sarsaparllla, and
in a surprisingly short time, youl
appetite will come again, and come
William Mauldin, of Hlurrican<
Township, returned Sunday fron
a. visit to his brother, Americu
Mauldin, at Waco, Ga., H
brought back with him a branel
of the long loaf pine, which wa
quite. a show in his section.
One Mattrass $2.60, reducei'
$1.72. B. L. Susman & Bro.,
A dose of Ayer's Cherry
ral takon in time has p
many a fit of sickness ?
numnerong lives. This
necessity of keeping
parable medicine w'
readhly reached at.
day and night.
One BureauF $8
98, B. L. Susw.r
Mr. and Mi , Mr
T.R. Jrda~ .* Jordar
Mdiss Bes..s .'.' as Alic
The following is the result of
the election in Pickens county, on
the 28th instant:
For Congress-A. C. Latimer,
For the Senate, W. T. O'Dell,
1468, (elected.) Populists-B. J.
Johnston. 1021). (eleotod :) Frd.
WVil IiatJms, 816ft. Ilt ed ~~t j.
For County Supervisor-Hen
dricks, 585; Fields, 869. (Rumo
S oh ool Commissioner-T. C.
Robinson, 1197; (Elected.)
Probate Justice-M. F. Hester,
695; J. B. Wewbery, 681; (Ruuover)
County Treasurer-J. T. Young
County Audiior-N. A.. Christo
pher, 478; W. H. Bryant, 477;
Supervisor of Registration-J.
Alonzo Brown, 016; J. H. Kenne.
mur, 649; (Runover.)
Dacusvillo Township-Trial Jus
tice-John 0. Davis, W. F. Hen
Hurricane Township-Trial Jus
tice-W. H. Merck, -100; J. T.
Bowen, 07; (Runover.)
J. F. Cawley handed in a cotton
boll, taken from the stalk on the
26th instant. r
Six Chairs, ratti.n b~ttom' $4,00,
reduced to $2.ph.t)3. L. Susman &
Trustees of School District No.
30 are requested to meet at B. L.
Holder's, September Ist, at 2
o'clock. J. D. HOLDER,
August 28, 1894. Chm.
- One Safe $3.50, reduced to $1.75,
B. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
St., Greenville, S. C.
Prof. Stribling will open his
school in this place next Monday
morning, and requests the patrons
of the school to visit the school
house every morning and see how
the school is progressing.
One Bedstead $2.50, reduced to
$1.87. B. L. Susmon & Bro.,
Rev. Hartwell R. Moseley was
released last week from imprison
ment by the authorities in Mexi
co, and went at once to Mobile
Ala. He is expected this week in
- Parei~its, next Monday the
school opens. How many chil
dreni can you send the first day
and keep them there the whole
session? We are aware that times
are hard, but we cannot afford to
let our children go uneducated.
We see many evidences that busi
ness will liven up. There never
wvas finer prospect for a good crop,
both cotton and corn. The peo
pie everywhere are tired of this
stagnation in business and there
seems to be a general sentiment
to liven nmp business and make
times better. The tendency is to
pay more attention to the educa
tioiL of the masses. "The comn
~onsch iool is .the hope of the
4itry" is the growing idea nowv.
ar going to help in this all
lierta1Qk? Let us see to
it tiat oui~r~ 1, is well patroni
zed notgnly atJhebeginning but
through,,eut thoe #e#6
The UniQgi~eeting ' e t
Divisiopi of T~ee
chi at Griffin s a Satu efore
the 5th Sunday IINSepte er at
Introductory Sermon, J. Bur
1. What is Christian Baptism,
and who are entitled to partake of
the Lord's Suppers.
J. T. Lewis
2. Should wo contributo of our
means for the support of the gos
1 pol? If so, to what extent?
J. T. Childress.
S3. IHow can our people become
Sbetter informed concerning our
nme heathen b)o saved
o gospel. R.Holder.
->nary Sermon. Sunday 11
J. E. Foster.
te Churches are requested ti
T-. J. Rooke.
For. Ex. Coin.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding clalimi
against the Estate of B. S. Por
-ter, deceased, are hereby noti
fled to present the same to th<
undersigned properly approved
-on or before the 1st day of Octo
, ber next, or be barred from par
e ticipating in the funds ->f sait
e.Estate, and all persons iradebtec
CAEAP TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D.
C.-The tickets sold by the Soith
ern Railway to Washington, D. c.
and returned at the special low
rate , " one faro, have beei extend
ed to September fifteenth (15th,)
instead of September (th. This
will be of great advantage to any
who wish to take the trip. Th.,
tickets will be on %Ile it all im
portant stations August 23rd to
28th, at the very unusually low
rate of one fare for the round trip.
While the rates are made espe
cially for the Knights of Pythias,
still tickets can be purchased by
any one desiring to take advan
tage of the rato
(I know an old soldier who had
chronic diarrhwa of long standing to
have been permanently cured by tak
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoai Remedy, "says Edward
Shunpik, a prominent druggist o1
Mlinneapolis, Minn. "I have sold
the remedy in this city for over seven
years and consider it superior to any
other medicine now on the market
for bowel complaints." 25 and 50
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.
My boy was taken with a disease,
resembling bloody flux. The first
thing I thought of was Qhamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme.
dy. Two doses of it settled the mat.
ter and cured him sound and well.
I heartily recommend this remedy to
all persons suffering from a like com
plaint. [ will answer any inquiries
regarding it when stamp is inclosed.
I refer to any county official as to my
reliability. Wm. ROAcT, J. P.,
Priniroy, C a m p b e II Co., Tenn.
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle, Pickens.
C. N. Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloan;
& Co., Fort Hill; Hunter, & Boggs,
Liberty; L. R. Eaton, Central.
Kenneth Bazemore had the good
fortune to receive a small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarxhoa Remedy when three mem
bers of this family were sick with
dysentary. This one small bottle
cured them all and he had some left
which he gave to Geo. W. Baker, a
prominent merchant of the place,
Lewistown, N. C., and it cured him
of the same complaint. When troub
led with dysentery, diarrnmea, colic
or cholera-morbw, give this remedy
a trial and you will be more than
pleased with the result. The praise
that naturally follows its introduc
tion and use has made it very
popular. 25 and 50 cents bottles
foi sale by Dr. G. W. Earle,
Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Easley; Hall.
Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill; Hunter, &
Boggs,' Libert~y; L. R. Eaton, Cen
CHEAP~ RATEs.--ThbO Richmond
& Danville R. R. will place on sale
the following very cheap rates:
Spartanburg, S. C. National Mili
tary Encampment, July 1--11,
1864, a fare and ono third for the
round trip; tickets to be sold 1st
to 11th inclusive, final limit July
THE SAME RATES will also
ap~ply on the same dates for the
TEACHER'S CONVENTION at
Washington, D. C. Knights of
Pythias Conclave, August 27th
September 5th, 1894, rates of one
first class fare for the round trip;
tickets to be sold August 23rd-28th
inclusive; with extreme limit Sep
tember 6th, 1894.
Cleveland, Ohio., United Society
of Chiristain Endeavor, July 11th
15th, 1894, rates of one first class
fare for the round trip; tickets to
be sold July 8th, 6th and 10th ; fi
nal limit July 31st, 1894.
Thus aff'ording an unusual op
portunity for a pleasant trip.
Genl. Passr. Agt.
S. H. HAIRDwIcK,
tS15 Asst. GenI. Passr. Agt.
* The trustees of Hlagood School
District visited the school one day
last week, and found everything
in good working order, under the
superintendence of its teacher,
Miss Tirza Hughes. She is n ex
cellent disciplinarian' and has her
school under good control.
- SORE JOINTS
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
"somie time since, I had a severe o
attack of asthma, accompanied with a 0
distressing cough and a geaeral soreness a
of the joints and muscles. I consulted 0
physiciana and tried various remedies,0
bu ithoettng any relief, uintlI
desaird f eerbeing well agan
Finally, I took Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, 0
and in a very short time, was entirely
Cured. I can, therefore. cordially and a
Confidently commend this medicine to 0
ali."-J. ROSLS, Victoria, Texas. *
"My wife had a very troulesome og
Cough. She used Ayer's Cherry Pecto- a
- al and procured immediate relief."- 0
.(. H. PoDRIORj, Rumphreys, Ga.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral"
Received Hismhagt Awards
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Cu Iile %ros Pans Ceda ock,
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$ "'clock, a."m.
Le Al ln oqJon, *Six Mie,
c . *olpr o.
lie CeekA iojnce,%%j ep 4T 1%0 o'k
E lln 1o'lok, 0.1 m
Picken Apixane uvqwv Mil.
I sudevey a' h
Ais Lteerb d atn . ..
KNIGH T OF FYT IS CONLGvE.
I.wilI mt tie following Alliances, be
rinig hit the 27t i of Aug helt 1894
First (rirp-Peters Creek, Maynar'd,
)acusville, ?rrosm Plains, Cedar Rock,
Ilashy Moun ti, .ica, Puinpkintown.
eabovetir Liep will met atCro Roade
turcu at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Hamilton Boweu'e Mill, 18 Mile rmeet
rt ion sciuor Itouse, Augtst 30th, at
L0 o'clock, a. na.
Liberty Allizhnee, Johnson, Six Mile,
raters, ales.%ine. Meet at Johnson'
ciaool Chrpel, AMonday, Sept 3, at 11.
Velock, a. in.
ile Creek Al bauc Sept 4th, 10 ock.
Easation Ah nec, 10 o'clock, a. N.,
Pickes Allionet-, Iti's' Twelve Mile.
Met. at Concordl Church, Sept. 1th, 10
1 would like to nreet, every one that hasi
ever belonged to ain Alliance '1ie public
the are invited to attend. eapicially
La dieM-. Let -4%%verybody attend.
TaieLtu an iol be wn~ elliafor
,11whos can to te a1rsdantgeof
hi opportn(iT. Asstd
A Wognidienfu Thrimphf for
igs. Jof Perso's ilRemheldy.
gutWh Tuickttl ogir tas Piout
>nt yAr oLid, will broe put owsith
Augus of8he2hea and facl e wasod
uotil Septemerich.a Oery ofon
fa vian hoergedra heh roavd
tra.yi underhrliction.t the red
raiouserveeispeor traivs mondh
spiaouthavaig, Pndlfor four year
man' reduaion is copdietion.
ls he as restwed tie natioa
CapitolRemndy. Wole coull for
allngo cn 24tou. takeadvntre of
Mr. quatit Peroa' embeame
Whrednd areditte hild waoutd
oe yl,buknwg hat bros. outrson
cimouao th head.RTmed wole
inuead twir faihennsfal helh rae
us.he aedun this corruption
brwAtws almos rsotete MnrdibJo;
Person's aemedy. We ould see dis
caged ding hour. Thoe coild
meane to ispre choruptonga
suhe, quaptitoha weae bot.m
armead anferedin the chiloldh
die, but wnolln that s. ersirl
claied andhas hremedy oulde
expecal bloo imnowitywe yeare
tind, it, wifetly faith ind its inev
suit h amoeunt of thordiseao.
hrow ut as lgost inrodnible'
argen asngh.the childwainucaco
itiondI almost ftaking 19 botte tc
cured. Tdhas remoaind so evs.
Jo. Peshen's Roedyelhe isenos
odsperfectly wel, angod hsalev
Hre rv, astechlrain scho con
Fitor salmostDr f. . arlet goug
g1it) anTMhans of thdae ton.s
Warren.- Grfist graony N.aco
T n f
- 4.UT SUPE~IsoR
b a d as
O4. P.FEL sheeyanon
pCrv:or t ujc toteacino
him asaCnodiate fo Supidaevior
Cofnt Regitor, subject to the ac
tion of the Dmocraintic Primary
election, September, 11.
J.e HnAnreYd fW1 KENMR is
herepfly announce ai Cniate
fo Supideior ofregistationfo
Cutuiosubject to the wiloc-epopei
in comingpepe Primaryebr
J.AB.HEW BEY RCK isheeysn
heoanounced or r-oiationnasda
Our r. ConISnow i he
byanenoirne astc of Cadiae for
Cointer Auorsndeat to he precn
lots of good things in tre ir
ouTheny feretnds. You Bal
ATispl ecuy awone hmen
Couent Auior, asdoljar' toth of
taon stof in peope inoue Primept
hereby annoy uet s andidatbe
wtee ao rfte p epew thng Pri
can prois FIEL isheynounsi
odr aitl CadiaefrCutu
peior monectt thn actionher
teole inreevima let.n
Behow fred ofhe nAesofNZO
BROWNl rebecflayt aeeouance
ofRgtarnceR Subject A. theac
tiones, ThoDmocraL. riuryn
elecion Septembr, Arhi1.Brn
J . HAREYDLEONMRET.
hArbyannonced anea anint
Did You Kno'w1
The Featberbono. Glove-ilting CORSETS
and Waist had a regulation tht other Cor
let manufacturers envied? Do you know
why the Featherbone Corsets are better
than all others? We only repeat. what our
customers say about them.
1st. They fit better than any other Cor
2d. They certainly wear longer than
3d. They always give the wearer a good
4th. They are the most comfortable Cor
5th. Tbey are by far the cheapest corset
that a lady'can use. Every corset is well
boned with Featherbone and acknowledged
to be absolutely unbreakable we uar
antee every corset, and will coeerfulyre
fund the money to anybody that becomes
dissatisfied with them after wearing themt
four weeks. They are certainly the nost
unique and original corset ever produced.
Simply try one and discard all others.
We'have the entire control of the Feath.
erbone corsets and Waist. Ask to seo our
$1 Featherbone corset, extra long, waist
high bust, watch-spring, steel stays, and
Try one of our brilliant corset etay pro
tectors, and you will have no more trouble
with your corset steels breaking or rusting.
Remember that we have the lon -Ieeded
Pocket Fastings in black, gray awd white.
We have gone through our stock and
marked down a great many things that
must be sold before we buy our Fall and
Worth. 50 Reduced to
50 cts. Pieces Valencelaes Lace Insertion,10
1.00. Pieces Valenciens Lace, good sty les,20
1.25. Pieces wide pat. Val. Laces, 35
25 to 40. Pieces black and cream Silk Laces,
per yard, * 15 to 25
35. Pieces black silk Mitts, 25
50. Pieces black silk Mitts, 3
25. Pieces Ladies' black Hose, F. C.4 15
15. Pairs Misses Ribbed Hose, finst black, 10
50 to 35. Pairs Men's Suspenders from 8 to 25
25. Pieces black and white French Satteen 12
25. Pieces unbleached Table Damask, It;
15. Pieces Flannolett Suitings in cream,
light blue and pink, 10
15, Pieces all.wool Dross Goods, summer
Straw IIats worth froim 25 to .10 to 10 to 35.
Pieces all silk-ribbed, at your own price.
Greenville, S. C., August 30, 1894
MiAUIETR & HATM1E
Diy goods, Carpets, Mattius and
Offer everything from top to
bottom at cut ratos.
Our stock of Ladies and Gent's
Umbrellas at $1.00; 011ld)prces
$1.50 and $1.75.
A nest of clothes Baskets,
(consigned) at cost. As they are
not on our line we want to get
rid of them.
Indigo Prints 4.1 cents.
75 cents Corsets 50 cents.
50 cents Corsets 40 cents.
Small lot of 50 cents Window
Shades at 38 cents.
Cornice Poles 22j cents.
McAlister & lBeattie.
P. S.-Butterick Patterns.
Greenvllle,8S. C., August 30, 1894.
Notice of Final Settlement.
I hereby give notice that I wvill apply to
J. B. Newberry, Judge of Probate for Pick
ens Colmnty, S. 6. on Salesday in Septom
ber 1894, for leave to make a final settle
went of the Estate of W. S. Clayton, de
ceased, and ask to be dlismissed as Admin
istrator. August 1st, 1894.
F. V. CLAYTON, Admu'r.
I hereby give notice and forewarn any
person or persons, not to hunt, nor trespass
on mny landi after the advertisement of this
notice, or thaey will 1)e dealt with according
to law. This July 31st, 18a1.
Ang.9, 1894. 5. G. SLOAN.
NOTICE TO DE TORS AND CREDITORS.
Parties havin 'laims against the Estate
of Marquis D. Kitha, dIeceased, are herebly
notified to present the same properly att est
ed, to the undersigned, by the 1st (lay of
January 1895, and those indebtedl to said
Estate will lIease make paymmetto
August 9, 1894.
Prof. 1. U LOOPER will teach, Classes in
Music; the 6ourso of Instructions will cona
slat of Voice Culturo, Light sinagine. P'rac
tice of Church and Sunda school Music.
Terms of Tuition for ten days us follows:
Students in the elementary Harmionay
class, - - - - $1.50 each.
Adults net in Harmony class, 1.00 "
Children from 12 to 15 years of ago, 75 "*
Children 12 years and younger, 50 "
All private and instrumental les
NOTICE OVERSE ERS
The overseers are hereby ordered
to put not 1088 than three dayc' wvork
on all the public road's in the C~oun
ty before the 15th of September.
By order of the County Commis
dioners. J. J. LEWIs, Clerk,
Auguist 16, 1894.
Fan is the only Illustrated paper publish.
ed in South Carolina. It is plumb full of
wit and humor. Sent to your address six
montha on trial fort wenty five-nents. Send
L EW Is & tO
Just recoived a nico lot of
iVrN AN'1 D OY0
Another lot of
Ul1 to bo sold ILAP. Dou' fail
o see ours before buying.
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
mr "Make ourm place yT4111.t headquarters
A igust, 9, 189 1.
will be pleased to fill orders
for F urr Titt-us, GRAPE INFs,
S'RAWmEnuY PLANTS and Ounx
%iENTAL SntJiUBnEitY. I am Agent,
ror E. L. Taylor's Nursery, which
is located two and a half miles
South of Greenville, and which
is filled with Trees and Plants
uited to this climate.
I havo been in the business for
ifteen years and will help you
;clect Fruit adapted to this eli
nate, and the location of the or
Ahard. J. M. T4A.0 UE,
July 19-:3m1 Dalton, S. C.
It Costs Nothing
ro look at my GJoods, and it may
,)0 Imoney III your. pocket to do
;o, 'The weather is rather hot
;o begin talking about heavy
3hoes, but, I want you to know
1 time that I am anxious to
show you what I have before
roul buy, t he i icest I nelo, the best.
>argains 1 havo ever owned.
3ig Shoes, little shoes, Sunnday
Ahoes, evory-dly Shoes; a lot of
Ladi.,s' filne Shoes, nt. out prices,
ig buttons are the latest fadh in
Ladies' Shoes. I have them in
,ill wridths and sizes.
Anothor lot of I neo cheaper
Lhan over. Black Silk Laeo at
100. a yard.
A beautiful pair of Laceo Cur
bains for 50C.
A nico line o ( Calicoes and
Dress C linghai. just in-a fewoT
of those 10t.yard Dress patterns.
no two hlt'ike, the prices are less
than I have ever been able to
A. splendid Corset for 2. cents,
and the best. ;uc Corset 1 have
.1 would like to shmow von a
fiice little linio of Unnd1(1kereitiefs.
W1hmen it comies to (URO)(CE ld IS,
CA.NN l0D G ) () ) 8, COUNFEC
TIONE RIES, TOB)IACCO) and SE-.
SA RS. I anm in it.
1 want to enllt your aittentioni
to somre extra fi ne TEA, andt *L
have o1ne kind ofT (ofll'e I will
put against the worlhd.
Hiomei-madte Tobacco at 100.
perP lb-big lot of Teuni p 5eed.
Lot of lramuily Aledicines-I
cure headache for 10~c. Call ou
Au. , soT. 0. HARRIS
PI6K[N8 W1IGH 80H0OOL
Monday, September 3,1894.
M.S. STRIBTLNG, A. 1B.,
Pupils can get good1 board in
private families at reasonable
Parents desiring to move to
towvn tood~ucate thieir1children can
etrnt comlifortable houses50 cheap.
If you wish to preptare your
sons and daughters for business
life or for college you shoul
give us a trial; we will do you
Send for circular of informa
Piout S.jj C.
August 16th, 1I0-1.
BRIDGE TO LET.
.Notico is bereby given thait to
County Conunissionrs Swill be at theo
bridge, on WVoli Creek, oin I lie road
leading from PIc'kens to Easley, on
Tues~day the .Itha day of Septeumber
next, att 1 2 o'clock, for thto puarposo
of' letting thle conttract for the build-.
inmg of' a ne0w bidge. The blridge to
be0 let to the lowest respLoniblihe bid..
derm, who m~ust furnish bond for te
pberformane oif his conitract.
P I a ni H and~ speellications1 made
known on daiy of lettiing.
By order of the Countty Comumis
sioners. ,J. J. LEcWIs, Clerk.
August 16, 1804.
DR. W. F. AUSTIN,
.SENECA, S. C.
Will be at (Central the 2nd. week1 antd a '
PIckons~ theo 3rd. wee~k in each mnointh,
Auigust 23ird, 1891
Now Is your time to buy Dross Qoods.
WVeare elosing out our entiro line at4 Now
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