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NLO1GN8 0. H,,8. C.:
;AT, OTOE3R 30, 1884.
20UN H. '1JOWEN,
tol OtI.MR Of COURT,
y. J. LLew1..
11. A, RiCLEY.
ton rROa1TE JV00fc.
3. H. NEWTO}W
ean' - cUooL GOMSIIOS rPo:.
Tr'' t' COMf10SsiOMEt8.
J. A. Llau..
The Piokens C. H. Democratic Club
will meet in the Court House at 2 o'clock
P. M. on next Saturday, the 1st day of
November. Let every member of the
Club attend as preparations for tne elee
tiou on Tuesday next are to be perfected.
D. F. EnADLEY, Prep.
C. E. ROBINSON, Soc'y.
Democrats, don't neglect your duty on
Vote early and tiy at the pl)11s uintil
the last vote is cast.
Blaine has given up Now York. 'TheI
rascals must go."
See that every Democrat in the Coun
ty votes next Tucday.
Remembor the election is next 'Tues
day, the 4th day of November.
Next Tuesday tells the tale. Let every
Democrat in :'ickens do his whole duty.
We expect to be able to give a good
accunut of the Democracy of Pickens
county next week.
The plumed knave will never be Pre
sident of these UnitedStates if all )ono
erats do their duty.
About the only question now, it seems,
": what is the size of the majority for
Cleveland and Hendricks going to he?
The officers of the Democratie clubs
in this County should seei that every
member of their clb votes next Tuesday.
If yon arc a Demnocrat turn out and
vote on next T1uesday, a'id see that all
your Democratic neighbo5rs do the same.
The election of Cleveland mieans a
change of Federal oiis ini this sectioni,
and at change of Federal oflhiils in this
section means peace( to its citizens.
We predict thnat New York, New Jori
say, Indiana and California will go Dem,
ocratie. If this should prove true, the
electoral votes of thtese States4, sixty-eighit,
a(dded to the 153 of the Southern States,
will give Cleveland and Hendricks 221
votes--20 more than is niecesary to elect.
There is a strong probiability of other
Northern Statese casting their electoral
tutes for the Democratic eandidates, but
wvebelieve those mentioned are reasoni
bly certain, and that Cleveland aw.l Hen
dricks will be triumlphantly elected.
Blecause there is no0 oppositioni to our
local ticket, we should not be inidifferent
about voting. Th'le Rads are going to
try to carry the State for Blaine, and ox
peu.L to poll every vote. This is one rca
- son why they are making no effort on the
State and local tickets. 'They think to
throw the Democrats off, their guaird b)y
this means, andl capture the electoral vote
of. the State, If the Deomocrats turn out
arrd vote they will be beaten, but if they
do not, the State may go for IBlaino. By
one supreme effort in 1876 the yoke of
oppression was throwvn off in our State;
by one supreme effort it can be thrown
off in the United States. Let us make
that effort. Up and at 'ema.
Instructlins to Sutpervisors
As County Chiairman of the Demo
*ratic-party of this County, I have re
eivedi, from Wmn. J. Gayer, Chief U. S.
Supervisor Eleotions, District of S. C.,
thie following instructions which I am
wenu.ested to impress upon oach Super
visor. Mr. Gayer says: "Instruct them"'
Ethe Supenvisors) "to fill up the blanks
as'irdioated thereon. Should no one
'have been challenged by Supervisor, as
1hudested on blank No. 2, and should
ASQ oneo have been rejected by Managers,
s incUoatd on blank No. 8, then let
papivsor say 'None,' and sign oficially.
tot them to be particular in keeping
0'o1LIB and Beturns, as to votes cast
obr Congressmen and Electors, and to
Z,uryn all blanks to me. as soon as pos
ble after the' election. Let them use
envrelopee enclosed in~ package, with
ap~1ne address, in which to return
~ taken ti method of conveying
.:lozetions. Sup9rvisors will
tn and call on me. or
JA F. BHAuara,
iTrue Matf dej on yk ty
3rAT Daioca T Ex. Coignrr,
CopLvxs1 1.0., Oct. 22, 188t.
ICo the Democratiis Voters of 8outl
The political e1temy is hard at work it
he middle and lower counties of Soutl
iarolina, where the Republicans alwayl
sxpeot to obtain their largut vote. Ther
a not much display. Their public meet
ings are few and unimportant, but thi
rallyers of the party are passing fron
house to house notifying the colore<
peole to vote early on election day ant
teljW them iv the usual Republican styli
tha t.they will imperil their freedom i
they -fail to vote for Blaine.
In some parts of the State secret gath
cringe of the c >lorod l"co,)le take plac
every night, and the speakers fioreol
exhort their hearers to be ready to figh
for their rights.
The Democratic organization is not a
thorough nw it should be, and the Den
ocratie voters, it is feared, are not full
alive to the necessity of exerting then
solves to their utmost to bring out th
full Democratic vote. With the Repul
licans there is little need of organizatiio
for the leaders rely on appeals to the is
norance and antipathies of their sul
porters. It is prudent, therefore, to l
saine that the solid party strength of th
political enemy will be arrayed again
us. The danger which confronts us i
due to D)enocratic apathy fir wore tha
to Republican activity. The way t
meet it, and the only way, iS by ine.
saut politic.l work from this tine ant
the closing of the poliv on election day
Seutit ('arolina may well prove to b)
the pivotal State in the lpesenlt giganti
conlttst. If the 1)emorrats carry ti
whole of the Southern States togef"he]
with New York, New Jersey and Con)
necticut, or if they lose New Jertsy V Illa
Conneetienrt and1 carry in their stead t i
Rtt of I (nianva, (over lveland will
be the next Pre'idei'nt of the United
tate4. uint if South Carolina be lost t(
the )emnocrany in this elergenlcy tht
i)enoerats must carry New Jersey ()I
Jonnectict inl addition to Indiana, of
aust find in the Northwest or along tin
Pacific Suites nine electoral votes to takc
lho place of tle.o given to laine byv
";'eson of iudiflerene or ever confitlenctI
n South Carolina.
It is be' t, that the D)emlocrat-; of the
Rtate shioultl know the whole truth.
iouth Carolina's electoral votes will be
given to Cleveland and llendricks, it
l)very democratic voti) white and colored,
be) dly polled and counted on elect,iol
day. Any lukewarmncss, anly careless
ness, in any county in South Carolin
putx the whole State in jeopardy. 'Tlher<
is no security, no certainty of victo)ry bu
in diligent, untiring anl systeinatic can
vassing during the att few days that ar,
The County Chairmen as the immelid
ate repres4entatives of the )cnocratic pat
ty are directly res:ponsible for the re-ul
of the election inl their respective countie:
Futll instrtetionis have already been give
thell, and it catnot lhe llpposed thn
they are tunminlfill of the ir'plortant ntec
(if arousing every D emnceratie voter to
sense of his pol itit:il duty. 'l'hie Counit
Chairmen are nofw urged and( instru'ete
to1 conmmniilicate2 imnodiately withI thl
Preideto the IDemuoerati' Iclubsi iani
theIi hleadfs of subhordlinate ori auixil iary oi
ganizations in order that notI a Demeral
ie vote shalIl bet lost lby iitltenition o fr wnn
of ca~re. It is no t tooi laitf evenl no0wt
visit every D emo~ cratie voter in ever
countty andh ensuie his atteindaint at t I
hiolls. Th'e peo ple whlen theIf natuie
the conmte'st is exp lainied to thIem will in
be found wanting. TheIy who haivo al
reaudy dalre'd and11 wonl 51) much for tb
Demofcraitic parity will no t failt er in thli
houilr of tiail foir the~ Sta~te and thie rei,uh
Ileside's the cau vassinig C' mmnittee at
pfointed by the Comnty Chairmn, thier
is roonl for volunte'ers. Intel(ligenit cit
'ach (ieerywherel ennI render vailuabl le ai
vice biy oenllig fil thir neiiglhbr an2 11
showmng t hiem the imporfitanle oIf vo tin
at the approThachting eilection. Eever('
D)emocrat who con('slltitute.1 hlimlfIf a con,
mlittefe of onel cani reach1 ai dotzin voitfrs 1
m1ore0, and1( a ginl ini this way f (211
livei votes at fea<'. precinet will nmeke
ditferencti of about three thiousandtt vote
in the State. Th'lere is mluch to accmil
lish and' the timne is shorut. It w1ll be th
ietout.is (11araciiter of uth a pnescen.tioitit.,
strugglfe if their' frima Ian111d cuintan 11
eefn are2 I nt, by perlf'onl appLhhle l a!e i
unmite'd efforts (itffl ve a hndfl ifsagz
emus11 andt zelou is I )e;ioerat4 ill ever
counhIty will give cohelsifin and energy t
thet IDemoceratte host all along the line
'There wvill thouii bei untity aind strenlgtl
sneenanf wvhielh the Statte requlires and2( de
Chiairmnan State Demncraiti~ Excentiv
TIo TIIE PunsiDENTsi' OFi T~utt v.nilols l)n.
OeRATIc CLUnS IN PleKIINs (tOUNTY,
Th'le above aoddress gives ai' the atigli
of wvarning. Pickenis ounty should giv
the Electoral ticket over twoe thouisan~
majority, and1 11he will do it if we) but d
our1 dulty. 1 appeal mf you a:; the um,h.
heads41 of the~ Vaiouils Chibs in this Comi
ty, to assist 1me, as youri Counn ('hi,i
manll, ini briinguig ouit every re'gisterf
Democfiratie voter inl tIhe (CounIty. y:
will therefore take such steps, ilmmedl
ately, na5 will accoftmpilishi thi1 endl.
wonld suggest t.hatt ai strong raldlying e'fin
mfittOfi he appin1ted b)y each Preside:
who(so durty it shou)ild bie to remnainl at t.1
l)-ills all (lay, andI tosendf for such'l Denu
crata who, trough apathy, are unot lat th
polls )1 orwho for the wanlt (if (cn vivamll
cam noft lie there. See that ('very D)ono
eratie Vote atI youri precinct is polledff.
1). 1". hnAmiLEY,
The "'aggressivfe" latinie fearii.i, 1a1S
that lie will lose Nevada. With tlbi Statl
added to the Siouthe.n States ,inni INm
Jersey and New York, Mr. Clevelan,, dCe
be elected without thio vote of (Cio nl nect ieuit
Look where we) maIy, the sAoonei' is thi
same-desperate fighting on tho' partc
Mr. Blaine to mainutin p)osseesioni of oil
Republican stronghiolds, and an enthus:
a'ti'o advanos by the D)emoerats in Den1
seratie States and in thie States which aj
Voting for Preiden,
A vote for the Democratie caudidates
or Preeidential Electors which is cast in
Qoofee counts as mich as one that in
cast in Beaufort or Hurry. Ti' whole
of the people of the State, without regard
to dist.ricts, vote for the whole of the cau
didates on tho electoral ticket. For con
venience, the electors are designated as
nominees from the State at large, add r
- from the several CongrossionQl Districts,
D but all of them are elec"d by the wvhole
I State and not by Districts.
The majority given the' Democratic
1 candidlates in one county helps to cancel
the Republican majority in any other
f county. The vote for electors is not a
vote by coulnties, lmt i vote by the wlole
State. The responsibility on the Demo
e cratic voter in i white county is fully as "t
y great, therefore, as the re:isonsibility
t which rests upon a voter in the Seventh
District. Every vote couits, and every
e vote is needed.--News and Courier.
y Colorado is now in doubt, and the
Blaine managers have another cause for
e alarm. It is a small State, having only
. three electoral votes. These three votes,
n joined to the electoral votem of New York,
New Jersey and the Southern Statt4,
will give Mr. Cleveland 201 votes, which
is precisely a mnajority.
Speaking of Now Jersey, the electora,l
votEoi of Nevada, Colorado and Connecti
cut will elect Mr. Cleveland, when added
to the votes of New York and the South,
witlout the help of New Jersey, even if
1 that stanuch I)oiocratic State could he
found oilt of line.
'T'his is no tim t for lggar<1s. Look up
your registration certiflhute and he at the
1polls eruly me t TIsisdiiy imoruiiig, id
stay there mad work f i the suet-.e; of
the I)enoe't c elecoal tiek-!t until the
polls ir closed.
The cleelotl vote of Oregani and Nevit
dit, whiicl Mr. Cleveland will probably
get, will enialle him to dispense with the
electoral vote of Conuieticut.
Home people Ire slow in telling wmt
goti things have been done for them,
bit Mr. John P. Daly, of (illisoiville, 1
S. C., mays he t.akes great pleasure in
testifying to the wonderful eflicic y of
I rown's Iron Bitters in dyspepsia, fever
antd ague, nld general debility of the sys
tem. He hms )ersoiilly oxperieiteed the
iuot, satisfactory results from the.,utsn of
tins valuable medicine. \i.,ke a mteinor
:ndum of this, all ye winse - a4 are
run down. Brown's Iron Iitters will
T netn fli'Hml fCm
sinners of I-', 1 Iei r Slate, Ii . iv
I dI JudIei'f IOLlIiES, h l. tiatlt e i1 oulltik
.s E. llowen wa, s iflec t!ll-l C-rma inl.r
Pn i e ts inPce1 ou tv owl
I Asley it J.~t ilied' , ir W . \
Foni, T A. Ae ilm.
lo Lirt (eo.e. Am.lrson , . mh
N i ae i'. I ih;m in. i;:e
Ca En il tW .I 1( 41.C layton, W. IIi *.tl....-s
s .l~,itIiene EI. C.lS Parons W.lk J. Mils.
e p ',A.1.i nti-IIlLs' :1 I).h 'ar
- iece ns It . II.ao Wi 1((5. II.. lr T. C. 1
ten weusv 111. \c im.i 11h' irst M. 1ll ant .
('ress l' iiis W. I linlv, N. K.ec iSmith
Pelunpk itow W. N o-, .M
Nun,nos , Pilli ECu~Ei;.tlbnaIn. lct1(
h-(EeI l lies1114I m li loclhe f .Iat h e '(hn irt
il t'i., in helli pned. at 7 fl 'cllo~n c A. t S1
nIn of ti ii ad at i e ns -. 11. S.iE I,
hw Ih s ' and folitiii.nsrctos
W. 111.1A I AI). )
- 1111c I-M Si w4 t
IIt I IE un rii ;e n asinr e
di >erEl' ec t l llion d for 'ii e Ii , I . li t i
Iit, 88, andI fraied1 by th(e ie:Ieion
11f 1 it A. Cild, (Iti r mn.it l'Iu-t hen pro-.
4 eth-e ef I i h ge i mea of .\|anagrs fri
r- E l tI na fr hei ari us t Vig- preine s c
ii aEdlt' s i o f th Al tnagers apptI 15. nl 11
- Ial J. Sn th
J.0.! akh . '.(D I
(t"dannsloi....ef .t. .
J.t 8 1,884Cry
Great Reductions i
rices of Everythir
n our Store to ma)
'oom for a Large Sh
nent of Goods Bougi
y our Mr, M. R. Dic
on, who is in Ne
York looking after of
fterest and Buyi,
oods for us
UST THINK OF 11
0 Pairs Grey Wool 3lankets at 6(
0 Pairs 10-4 White Blankets at 90c.
0 Pair 10-4 White Blanketa at $1.76
ir Prices on all other Goods are t,
OME AND C U ;
J M. DICKSON, Agent.
G r-eenvill11e, S. C2.
(fc' -3:), 1881 6 3n
\ R ;'rson areherh Feri densl
:]ee C.> 11.r 8. an at uitht or3 to -1.
reuMmai IItSata l e. Ah
'n.t 30.r( perso , isregarigM(I thsiot
ill;I e pr ~oseuted (' 1- 8 the fulxtnt ofI
iliiiilIi!! ~v~ T i(lrA OP lFFIN,
D.(.W '' L FH 3(. ,l'((tlinn t:v.
J.I . T. A)) Irrno.1.
Pikest . 11,5. . o t2, 1884:
higest hidertliseens .I.
mtng, ToArmasi moreorals,l
1Vwn as h bieJesdnfe of Co.
o . 1W. i TAYLno , Esq. e'orek. nt
IMOS. B U GOO LETT,oa Ju.C
ew A dve y llfrtisem G ets.
WILA4VB & 8 hm. Ct,he o.
I i' jtl Yfei( NDaltimor. Steet, 1 Balimo
f,~ Ef I - -i Niw~ 3i.OAD(lN
tcWhoesaon by(an foerCtlg
CHREVI,LY 8. ALE
iamn of1 cos t ion in ibr t s mo
tges,antnA LLe throaan d lng
Des. F1 r interna pai a.or n i
hr si1k Desa ; ,
''he uality and prices tell the i.
story. Ve successfully matcheIiedslliple
fromn Now Yo rk, tnd dicouted the prices,
If any one doubts our ability to sell r
Iiargaii in a Silk Dress let thenil bring it
- their amnples. We are in posssion of th1
evidence for conviction.
J Never have Woolens been so fearfiill
s'anghtered. _We are aettnally showinj
s1nme lines '25 per cent c'h'aper than the
ce have ever heen sokd In Greenville.
It's a Fact. No Catch Penny to drav
trade. During the past. week a Lady drev
from her shopping hag samples of Flannel
from one of New York's h(egest' retail
houses for eompariaon. What was the re
sult?" e sold the F'annels; she emt
readily see that it was to her interest t<
buy and she did so.
''hey who bu' (Io( ds as Cheap asJ..
, :I . MORGAN & BO. will have to:
:have UM good faci'ities and as mu1iCh:
experience to throw into the effort as:
BLACK CE SBMERES.
We eballenge the world in Black ('ash
For 08 cents we sell it Cassmnere that i
truly wonderfhl. It was never intenlet
to be sold for ess thani S4.25.
Here is a Ium for You,
0 Thoset who do not care to buy such mo
expensive Dress we will sho(w themt at heat
tiftil iaek 'aashmne're 40 inches wide, ti
wool and warratntte for 5.) cents. It woull
be cficatp at '5ac.
Lower numhers real good values t 124
25), 391, 410 and 3)) ('entli.
Ilomc' M[ae ,Ja'eats, all Wool Filliin it
IBlack- Mix, 13hte Mix, c'rny and I3rowvn, a
:13 cents, it is wo'tI 45 , anl none ha
)c, heen sohld at tihie (lo4sest prices for I ess tha:
40 cients. We hna e the cheapest Gooda
Iais seatson ever sho\wn I1 (Gr'eenville, ant
a Fha I be pleased to show them.
J. H. Morgan & Bro.,
30 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MER.
9 GR "'ENVILIM, 5. C.
State of Soutl ('aroliusi
('o'N'Y ,)L Ia'KENS.
IN C(IU11T OF ct):M.\IoN l'LE:.\S.
WV i 'in la, . Ihml psitn, Iia iua if' , I. .as l ns
Gab.lriel Th'1.1114l n , T h ' ..m,.ts T1hom n11u
.\ia ir.la t '-ol, %.-plant K. Clark. iler
im1: -rit'd with a i n.tu In-.'a of wlomi
unknton u: I)ntley 'n1.ty. E:lias l'1'ey
A\ hIIr T aiil lTi y, .Jsaeph i',alley, epi oi
WhIleni eitger. A agel lie sah riand
I msnily 'ar., .Ilthn T aih-y. I'l,atm,, 1;yaihe
..i, t'ergusn . .lunes Willi.tnm,., .\age
1lit Wi,l.,i s. .h- a'sie l'te,g'nssn aot al
(o5 15e' lsi-l'.siis ailn l5swit. aia s'c'(t'lte f)
fliiia i -.---6 '.\ .1 .N' -GoMe, ('a i 'S tiN N
ala')Cir herts by3 'i.iinoned's ad ri'iire,
tr .L* il5 a swer'als nesicio:sgiout inaa i's nea
a l'- iona. w. Iish is filed1 ina ishe Clert's . aflista Pu
ice~ Pi:kega' siniy. ". 1:., asnat in 5erv~e sa copsI
uh'ilscibera's al lieir salie sal Pieka:ens I 'ssai
flasuses ~ssoih II'asoliii, wtinil a went5y s.lsy
, atr thae seraviace lhereofs e'xcluisveoatf ie,'~a
oaf s-aeci sea ce; ial if yeia l.ai tso siiswc
w Isin: the' im a forets :tsia''sa . a le p'aan aii i
alsaus ain nah itapplty ass sihe courts' ior ala
realieft deataisrd isnai the emnplaint.l
ISlbte 4 )eiaaber duaa h, 18-I.
--[h.X.] J1. J. Lf'W I8. ae a'e
A NShL, &' NE'W"TON.
tis. Tfso h aove n;taneda l)s fensihasnt'-P-lleas
aas asake~ sIoli:e ah- falh is selin is bIs:ngha?l toa
of alia pasijpsse etfvsalisininag lie h:eal E'na
Ssat'o le'as;inat Tho1555p sas, de'sceasedl, si- inila i
eat, ahe cotialy ofi P'iaceas asasi iSt.u sal Ssii
md(1~: ibotasnn. adsjaoiinsag 'ianis sat A. 11 TIalleha'
j). IFaink iRobisonis aai oalhers, cantaiini
onae liihindead acres, more or less; sand atha
or ana psersosnsal d emitand or cimn is msad
mie 5~ lagist iherca of' ymsi.
M, ANSEL, & NEWTONJ,
PlIaitiiaI f's At'itrneys.
oct 23. 1884 4 43w
State of Sousth CariuoImuu
-- 11oarrY' of' PieKi'Ns.
iN COUL.'IT OF PiPOII hIE.
Abhssai Ii. Tlalley, as E~xcetitaor of Ciiis
'Tal lay, deceaseds. Plainlil irT, nigns1 insli issle
' s iailey, A bri'ahis ta Talley . .Josep1h 'Talle
Anageline Sautherilanda, .Jsluit Talliey. Emiail
(Cair. 8sephron'saa Wh fillenbera'ager, Thaf55a5
lih e, as l',lic I"eagulsasn, 'Jamelsss Wa ill'isa si
TO 'is he De' )fenadasas ablov . named.'t
Y OUt atre hereb'cfy ismmoned ca an r1 equir aei
10 anlswL'r thei C(sipl;aaaa in) ijsine
H ion, whicb is tiled ini fte alise ash IPnst,a
Judsiage alt P'ickess.s C. it.. M. I., andat l~o serv'
55 Copfy o55 yours i' anser to as he said conspl~aina
ona athe subsciriber'a al. aisofhe,ick' 1ilenas (
ii. R. C., avithsin twenaty days afteir i
ser'vic ereof,'l excilusivye so'fs he diay of' sisal
service: lanai if you) fail iso aniwe'the comsa
pflaint withlaia she times aforsnida. the piin
lirf ina this actlion ill apply to (hs Courai
for the relief afeurnasded ina alia complajiat.
Dasted Ocstber 20th,. 184.
'uai'tfI asAi rney
sift' E it' (of iCarril tal ley, deatacse, as as
ni,p13yiag at' procei'ls to ah facsaymen'at ssf hh
debscil~tushn ths at sas pesnafl dem'anss u
ch limsi iss ll;"tde aig:linst yasn or' s'iaiher or you
Tss J. (. IROlIlNSON,
I '~~ i'lainiii'ss AsIornsey.
-ha oct 23, 1 884 4 h
P'. 'T A TE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA
a'COUNTY5 OF Phi K EN..-.i' J. It
N l'WT'Oa N. Jaq1., Pri'ie jud isge.-XVhieras
- JI. J. LeiA's, Ct. a.g5., hias moila' sait a t'
tos grant iml! L'ttIsrs oft Adini 1striationi o
ths Eaute andit eff'e't's of Maray Riders
TJhezs' are ther'efoare' toi ita' anal aidmonisi
all cad 51inguhalir thle kinudred sad erediahtora'
af lte saidl M ariy hlaider, dsca'aseda, tha
they be and appear, biefaore mue, In Phi
VaCourt osf P'roblate, ta be: seld ait Psickena
C. II., (on the ;k ay of 1 )ecembher, 1884
after phhienation hsereoif, sat 1t n'cfo'k b
the for'eno<m, tao shiew cause, If ay the;
s have, whsy thei said adlnslnistration ohioufa
r, snot he. gvansit'ed.
d Aivea'a undaea r my hianul, this 101th day o
Octobier', Anano Doiii 1884I.
uct. .. 18831 4 (11w
A large portion of our Stock was sei -
this season and pai( for
Thrown upon the market at
By Hoses that have
And are going out of business.
IWill convince you that, in justice to your
self, you t
F. W. POAE & 0,
GRE ENVILLE, S C.
Mi. Ln~~. i. WN(ormrl wIith w.
laa ho1se e his freiend a euu n
< t -,184
00R MATIN CFE STEEETS,
m adca'ulege the owl i Paice.
$2,000 worth of Goods to be0 sold at cost
to umake rooma for fall stock. All kinds of
O I N ~AWAIR E, SILVER
of every description, amuong which are
s the D)erby, and1( Rogers, etc. Everything
.im Qiueeniswere that you ciim find any whero
- Hlohwwnvre, Lamps, Lamph1 (oods,
Chsandebiers,. Ini fact, all kinds of (100d1
kept in a first chaus homuse furnishing
I(OodH e'Ssablishmnent. Will fit up a house
keeper for less money than much Goods
can be bought any where-.--.North, South,
East or West. He sell the world renowned
"TIMEhS" (COOK STO)VE-mr than
100,000 in daily use; also, tho ''Southern
ltaka4r."' His Stoves areO the largest ando
beist Stoves for the money to b)e found in
thui or any other market. Call sand get
prnees before you huy. All Goods guar
Hlfigheist prices paid in CASH for Hidos,
eptwa, Old Copper, Raugs, &c.
set25, 1884 52 3m
NOT 'lE givenI to theS un1drsigned for
. noie Iluundred I)ot ars, by W. B.
Iiis bee lPE Istx, buat thle sameI 111 has bee paid,
anid all perMsns aire hereb~Iy warnedi not
to tradeI for thie said1 note.
BI. 8. FREEMAN,
J1NO. TV. OOSSE'l1T.
Oclt 17, 188'3 3
Pied mont -Institute.
Trhe Exerises4 of tiLe lInsite will lbe
20TH OF AUGUST NEXT.
T1he frliends and1( pat1 rons Of thle schiool ar
mont respectfulhly invit ed to vislit( the~ In.
4tstite ont that (day andl be present at Ithe
opening exercises. Come and i(limi e
y'our interest in the cause~ oif ('dlentdion.
(Come with your Chihiren and Wards and1(
thus enCOurage, teachersfl and -pupils for
the work of the presenIt Sssionl.
- McCASI AN & ILEY.
-li 3t. l$$4 44
We announce to .
AN IMMENSE &TOe&
IS t &L3 .>14e aOUo.
Noti ons, l)re,a Goods,.
Fla nne is Blankets,
Cassi iaeres, Jea am, and
D R E S S GOODS.
SI[K VELVETS, VELVETEENS, BLACK
AND ALL COLORS, BLACK
SILKS, OTTOMAN CLOTHlS,
FLANNEL OUITINIS, DUNDEE SUIT.
INGS, CIIINES, BEGES,
GLOVES. 11081:RY R iHBONS,BUTTONS
BUFFLES, COLLARS, CORSETS,
AND AN ENDLI;S
0 00D S.
We call esppecial attention to our
LugEl stockc~f rpeo s;
Ia1 Two and Tihree.PLY
Body Bhussels and Hemps,
Rugs and Oil Cloths.
whiichk we' )popoe to sell na4 cheap) as can~
be bught ini any market, and
we guaLrant ee
The Lowest lPrices on
all Goods purchase,d from us8.
11OVEY & TSNN
Next to National .Uank.
oct 9, 1884 2S
DIILLS, 811uNSafnd Sheot,,
"ga- W. T. 3iMcF AJLJL.
TIEAS,8UG.A~S, AND SYRUPS
A L L COLO RS. Ind igo, Co).peras8
Mundder and Anilines.
F'LOU~ CiIEErSE andJ CANNEDb
W. T. AMcFALL. -
IJ0118E AND .MULEA SIiO4ES,
Plows, anbd Plow Stocks.
WV. TI McF~ALL.
New Lot Calicoes,
IUcachinlgs and Flainnela.
T '. McFALL.
SOLE, HAIiSS, LACE AND
W. T..&IcFA LL.
Cheese and Crackers,
('AN DY, STA RCII, SODA, GIN
G EU, Spice, N utmega, ioves, anid
lots l oter g od tings