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The JoUmirAot has
the public for three
Hile it has not reach
taition of its friends,
umed. to be true and
in its course. It may
it has the consolation
that those who are
nied as to its opportu
lanid willing to sup
the future. They have
ast and it is the wish of
to he worthy of it.
hIi . -csperous
or lReIV?u ernent
principles of the Alli
6 given so much space
pensary law this week,
can not comment on it.
s been so violently at
nd so often misrepre
t would be well to read
Jinim LIUas l, wi b. i
at ge Democratic and the Re.
u icans ought surely to be
, as their favored insti
uti nBS ot be seriously af
boted by its e aotmnent into law.
efouth can ig' 'itIble comi
ta its provisi IU,#for the in
stries, that needed piemtr
t non,, and the articles which
to be purchased will have to
paid at an advanced rate for
e beneflt of the New England
anufacturers. The South sells
a free market and buys in a
rotected one. New England
uys in a free market and is pro
ected against competition in
e sales of her manufactures.
fConld the McKinley bill please
-etter than the
re can certain.
~ce to the Re
* Mr. Cleveland
i d his willing aids. and a pre
-SidJentof their choice. U~ewa
*with theni-oi'n'f'arice and is niot
* ar from them on tariff.
OxoA, S. C., Dec. 215th, 1893.
Married, at Mt. Tabor Church,
47~ 4 o'clock, December 24th 1893,
*e Church bemng beautifully de
.' orated, and a large congregation
~yfpeople assembled to witness the
~'ige ceremony of Mr. Matt
Kto Miss Lelar Simmons, all
adusville;- M. R. J. Coleman
tdthe right hand door with
.~ Norris leaning on his arm,
~Uj$Mr. Norris with Miss Robin.
$.ntering the loft hand door
heyt Hester with Miss Ellen
j,,9lowing Mr.N~orris. Then
i grooan, with his blushing
nak bride leaning upon his
in r. Colgplan down
11 .~l mahthing near
,~~fow~iJg a half circle.
6~e~.1~C~ Foster, in hiB
~ ~ aimer, soot
a~i ogr laie
on sa be
tato board of control
shall require the manager of such
hotol to give a good and sufficient
bond, in the penal sum1 of three
thousand dollars, conditioned for
the observance of all the rules reg
ulations and restrictions proscrib
ed and imposed by the said board
and with all tho requirements of
this Act: and it shall b lawful for
any constable or officor thus om
powerod under this Act to ontor
such hotel and search it at any
timo, day or night, without a war
rant for contraband liquors.
Soc. 22. All places whoro alco
holic liquors aro sold, bartored or
given away in violation of this Act,
or where porsons are permitted to
rosort for the purposo of drinking
alcoholic liquors as a bevorago, or
whoro alcoholh liquors aro kopt
for salo, bartor or delivory in vio
lation of this Act, Bro horoby do
clared to be common nuisancos,
aid any person may go boforo any
trial justic in the county and swoar
out an arrost wvarrant, on personal
knowlodgo or on iiformation and
boliof, charging said nuisance, giv
ing tho names of witnesses against
the keopor or managor of such
placo and his aids 1111d aissistants,
if iy, and such trial justico shall
direct such arrest wairraint vithor to
tho shoriff of the county or to any
special colstalblo, Comailnding
said defoidalt to )O axrrestod and
.Ofore him to bo dealt,
ding to law, and at the
shall issue a search war
which the promises in
hall bo particularly do
iammalnding such shoriff
1l to thoroughly scarch
seS uan1d to seizo all alco
.101s found thoroon, and
f them as providod in-soc
md sh all also seize all vos
fixtures, screens, bottlos,
m(d appurtonances appa
4od or suitablo for use Hi
Sliquors, to mnake ia com
rontory thereof', and depos-05
imo wi th the shier i. That
Io arrest warrant the do
:at shall be arrestedl andl
hofore such trial justice
case shall be disposed of
30s of otherl crimos10 beyond
1(diction, oxcep)t that whten
.iit~s or binds over the par11
trial to the next term of' the
court of gonora~l sessionls for the
county lie shall make out overy' pa
por in the case in (dup1licato and
tile onie copy of the pr1oceedings
with the clerk of the court-for the
county and immliedlitohy triansm it
the other copy to the solicitor' of'
enhu uit, whereupon said solici
tor el Agg- ail Uq~the cir
cuit judge et cham >or witllih..N
circuit for aorder restraining the
dlefendants, thoir servanits or agents
from keeping, receiving, bartoring,
selling or giving away any alcohol
ic liquors until the further order
of the court. Such circuit judge
is Iherrby auth ori zod, emp iowered
andl roquiredl to grant the said ro
straining ordoer without requ iring
a bond or undertaking upon the
hearing or roceipt by him of said
papers from the said trial justice
by the hands of the solicif~or ; andl
any violation of said restraining
order, before the trial of the case,
shiall 'bo doomi'od a contonipt aif
court and punished ~as,, such by
aid judge or court, as for the vio
lation of an order or' injunction.
Upon conviction of said defend
ants of ifraining simid nisex
at the trial, they, or any of them,
shall be doeomeod guilty of a mis
(demoanor, p)unishhble by imlpri
sonment in tho State poenjtontia'ry
for a term of not less than three
months, or a fine of not less than
two hundrod (dollars, or by both,
in the discretion of the court, and
the restraining order shall be made
porpotnal. The articles covered
by the inventory, which were re
tained by the sheriff, shall be for
feited to the State and sold and thoe
net proceeds sent to tho State comn
mnissioner, -and the sherifl' shal F
forthwith proceed to disposeoOf the
scoholio liquors covered by the in
rentory as provided' for in this act
ra when other liquors are seized.
Ieh finding of such 'alcoholic lii
r4e on suoli premises, witb satis.
ryovidence that the samne was
l4ispoded -of omtrary to this
4ded are gend
-ithalsl ie foi damagep
ego jto friso by seizure and do- '
tention of liquors under this act.
Any .porson violating the terms 4
of any restraining order granted I
in such procondings shall be prin- 1
islied for contempt by a fine of not ]
1013 than $200 nor more than $1,
000, aid by inprisonment in tho
Stato ponitontiary not less than
ninety days nor moro than . one
In contempt proceedings arising
out of the violation of any injunc
tion granted under the . provision
of this act, the court, or, in vaca
tion tho judge thoroof, shall havo
power to try suimnarily and pun
ish the party or parties guilty, as
roquirod by law.
Tho aflidavits upon which the
attachment for contempt issues
shall make a prima facie, casO for
the Stato. Thu accuseod may plead
in the. samo manner as to an in
dictnit in so far as tho samo is
applicable. Evi(lenco may bo oral
or in the iorn of aflidavits, or both;
tho defeidant may bo required to
niako aiswors to intorrogatorios,
oithor written or oral, as in the
discrotionl of tho court or judge
may soom propor; the doelndant
shall not necessarily b discharged
upon his donial of tho fact stated
in the moving papers. Tho clerk
of the co urt shall, upon th appli
cation of oithor party, issuo supo
inas for witnossos, and except as
abovo sot forth the practice in such
contompt proccodings shall coh
formuas.noarly as may to tho prac
tico ini the court of comnion plons.
'Th1e Stato coillm issionor, uider i
rules- and rogulations provided by I
tho.Stato board of control, May
outer into contract With rep.)onsi
ble grapo growc I'S in th is, Stato for I
the slo of, domostic wilos throughi
thu disponsary, so as to encourago
grupo growing in this State, and
in furtloranco of this object not
moro than ton por cnt. profit to
the dispoiisary ovor tho Oenmsos i
of botling laboling froightago ole.,
shall b charged for tho hialidling
of such winos.
Thu manager of overy registered
dlistillorf of liquor ini tis Stato
shall r'epor t quar terly to the St ate I
comml~issioneor, shocwintg thie niuihr
of gallons of each kind of liquor I
on handi, Imanmifactuirod or (dispos-'
ed of (luring thu quarter, and if
tho said report fail to correspond
with the return of saidI distillery I
to the Uniited States internal roe
nuo1 coillector for this Stamto, or' iti
is showni that said manager has c
dlisposedl of liquor contrary to this *3
Act, said (distillory shall ho dooiodt
to bo a comlmon nuisance, anid the
saidl manager and( hlis aiders and
aissistants and the promlisos shn.'
b)0 pr'con4dod against flQ M'i this
ro itos TVO places where li
quors aro sold contt'ary of this Act.
Sec. 14. Ini a11 cases of places
whore liquors are unlawfully kopt
or stored, thu samlo not beimg in
an open houso or exposed to viowv,
anid a soarch being necessary, upon11
affidav'it to that effect or onl infor
umation and1( bol1iof that contraband
liquor is iln suhl place, a search
warranlt shall bo0 issued by a js
tico, judlgo or trial justice, or mayor
or intenldant of a city or town, to
whioml 'appllicationl is made, emnpow-1
erinig a constable, or any person
wihlay ho depul~tizod, or enter tile1
said laco by day time or in the
night time and to search and Ox
amine the said promises' for theo
purposo of seizinig tihe said contra
hand liquors therein concealed,
kopE or stored, whlich said. liquor i
whlonl so seized shall b)0 disp)osod
of as liereinlnftor p~rovidod.
Seetionl 25. 'That any of the li
quors set forth in Section one (1) 1
of this act, which are contraband,
may ho seized andl takoni withmout I
warrant ,by any State constable, t
sheriff or policeman, while in tranl- 1:
sit or,af tor arrival, wvhothor in pos- a
soss10on of a comlmon carrier, depot 8
a1gont, express agenlt, privato per- I
son1, firm, corporation or associa- n
tion, amnd rep~ortedl to tile Stato comn- o
missioner at once, who 'shlll diel a<
pose of the -same As horeina'fte og
provided : Provided, That liquots h<
purchased outside the State, owvnea ft
and convoyed as personal baggage, 'p:
shall be exempt from seipuro whern sa
the gaantity does not eiceed one o~
$uotlpru20. That the po~semory f~
f Nidflijaniqucr -Wreb~ro
.bi.' V iid
boit in t4
Siotion 28; Tha carriag<
ransportati, po tess gn,'remov
d, sale,' deliver3ipoeptanco o
my. packqgAcak mg, box or otli
r package,igid4. .ij other' tha
,he proper name or brand know
o the6"trade As"designating tlh
cind and quality of 'the conteni
>f the casks, packages or box<
:ontaining the same, or causin
mcih removal, acceptance, trant
?ortation, taking into possessioi
)k any such delivery, shall woi
;ie forfeiture of said liquors <
Liquids and casks or packagos, an
Jho person. or persons so offendin
knowingly, be subject to pay A fhu
f not more than $500 or impri
mment for the term bf not 1:ng<
bian six months, and the .wronf
ul name, address, mark, stamp (
style oi such liquor when seize
shall be considered evidence prin
acio of guilt. The books an
,vaybills of the cminmon carrih
nay be exauibed to trace said I
luor to the shipper, who shall t
iable, upor conviction, in a lil
Section 29.. That all constable
lOputy constablos, sheriff or mun
-ipal policemain, shall have ti
-ight, power and authority, and
hall be their duty, whenever the
Lre informed or suspect that ar
ich susicious package in posse,
ion of a common carrier contair
Lcoholic li'ors or liquids, to d
aiiin the fanfo for examination f<
lie terin of twonty-four houi
vithou6 any wailrant or proceF
Section 30. That any inturfoi
mIco by any porson with obstru<
ion or resistanco -of, or abusiv
anguago to, any officor or perso:
n tho dischargo of tho diuties hort
n onjoined or the use of abusiv
anguago by any such officer o
lorson to any other person or per
ons sh1all, upon conviction, b
leomed guilty of a - misdomeano
mnd be punis able by a fine of nc
noro than one hundred dollars o
mpirisoned for tho term of nc
nore than thirty days.
Section 31 )rovidos for the di4
>o:sitioni andl method of forfoitui
>f liquors and other goods seize<
Sf puro the liquors are to bo sol
y' the Statoe dispensary. If nc
>uro thoy are to be sold beyon
Sec tion 32 makes all liquor trams
>orted into or romain-ing in th
~tato subject to the law as if mad
Section 33 is the old1 law forbid
ng removal of liquor from publi
onvoyance excep)t at the usur
ilacos of delivery. "All liquors i
hiis S tate eept dIisponsary l iquni
.nd those passing throu~j fL'
ignedi to amsuyods 1
Siooe contrabandl and may 1
acized in transit without warran
l'he oStato. constables, sherifi
nunuicipal police or any lawfi
sonstzable Mmay onter any railror
tar, O1: oxpress car, or depot,
iteamboat, or other vessel, withoi
,varranut and make search for 51ut
sontraband liquors, and may, 0:
unino the way bills and freig]
>ooks of said common carrior
md any. one interfering with <
eesisting such oflicor shall be pum
shed by a fnne not exceeding $1(
>r imnprisonmnent not longer thu
Section 84. That any pere~on d
;octed openly violating any of ti
p~rovisions of this act shall be Ii
1u to ari'ost without warrant, pr
rided a M\irr'afit afhall ho procur<
n a rcaspnablo-timno thierouftor.
Sectidii 85 says: "All alcohc
c liquors, 'other than domest
vine, in quantity more than flu
;allons, which do not havo on ti
>ackages. in wvhich they .are coi
ained the labels and certificat<
omng to show that they.have) bec
urchased,from a State officer al
horiaed to. sell them are hern
'y declared constraband, aind o
sizuro will. be foifeited to tt
tate ais provided in section 82
rovid~d, That this section Isli2
ot appl1yto liqnors held .by ih
wners of registered s'tills, \poi
mns havint nfvre .than4Ive gslom
liqiioraelevherdetiani at hie .o
r og hich thewish to koo)
thor on use,,-may throw lb
ototphf thW aw round 'thA
niO guinshl: aninventor;
the 31 and kinds to the
lte eo~ er anid applying
c.ertiftq 4 't affix theretc
tter sify days -fmom the approy
a 8 t aylitffn
i e. -*~ W ''~
Simprisoninqu And 10 fe. fgr
rescuing seized. goods from an of
Section 87 pravide $ 100 'or
:i' thirty days for handling c'ontra
a band liquor in the ~nighttimeo.
o Section 38 makes any vehicle or
a boat carrying contraband liquor
is at night subject to confiscation.
g Section 89 requires the dispen
i- ser to put a cross mark on the ]a
i, bol of every bottle ho sOlls. When
k liquor is seized for lack of certifi
>r cates or labels, the burden of proof
d to show that there is no fraud is
, put on the owner.
o Section 40 makos any franspor
i- tation company liable to troblo
r the invoice value of any liquor lost
or~ stolen from its possession in
r transit to the dispensary.
d Section 41 providos thirty days
a or $100 fine for soliciting or taking
d orders for liquors to b~e shipped
>r into this State from outsido.
i- Section 42 makosit the duty of
*e sheriffs, deputios and constables to
:e report violations of the law to
solicitors and fines solicitors from
s, $100 to $600 for failure to prose
1 Section 46 provides that the law
it shall not ropeal or affoect tho pros
y ont laws rogarding the selling of
y liquors within given distances of
;- churches and school housos.
Is Section 47. That brewers in this
>- Stato of rico* boor horetoforo on
>r gaged in the manufacturo and salo
ks of rico boor containing not more
s than 2 per cont. of alcohol shall
bo allowod thirty days from the
approval of this act to dispose of
their manufactured products now
o on hand.
I Soction 48. That Chapter 7, Title
VII of the Code of Civil Proceduro
y of this State entitled, "Of Provis
r ional Romedi('s in Civil Actions,"
- shall not apply to any officor o.
3 person having duties to perfoi'm,
r under this act and in no caso shall
t. an act ion lio against any such of
r ficer or person for damages to per
4 son or property as provided ill
- Section 49. This act shall take
o effect immediately upon its ap
-flttekenM Arnilca Salvo.
l'he, nest Salve in Ilhe wot ld for cuit,-s
.bruises, sores, ners, salt rheum, leverv
sores, totter, chtapp~ed hands, c!hilb i.,
corns, and anl skin eruptionst, and~ pi)Oihe'.
- ly cures piles, or n10 pay re(Iptiredt. It i,
guaranteed to gi ve perfect sa: istraelo, ort
mone refutnded*. Pre. 'i. m-nts ji-r biox
o iFor sale by W. T1. McFall, Plken.. 8 0.
oGREENVILLE, S. C.
t.REPAIRING A SPECIAL.TY.
s, Oct. 19.--3m
d PRIZE WINNERS
>r Farnished oen 16 day s ((est T1ril whlet
it t te proper eontracmt Is signed.
hj If yotu wm:t an organl of Reputaion
c. Buy the Carpenter Organ.
1t LOW EAT PlICES iFOit CARil,
W. J. B. STILES,
Nov. 9, 93
)0 It SaOuldI Be lint Every Hlomse.
,n J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay St., Sharps.
burg; Pa., says he will not be with
out Df. King's Newv Discovery for'
D' Consumption, oughs and Colds,
10 that it cured his wife wvho was threat.
r.. ened with Pneumonia after an attack
3. of "La Grippe," when various other
d .remedies and several physcians had
Udone her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, Pa., clain a Dr. King's
1- Now Discovery has done him more
ic good thtan anything he ever used for
,e Lung Trouble. Not hing like it. Try
oit. Free Trial Bottles at W. 'T. Mc
eFall, Pickens S. C. Large bottles
b- 50. and '*1,0b
n Eefri. Bi3tera.
Thi rmedfli'bedomingso wel now10s
tion Allwhohave used Eliectric Bitters
sing thme sanmo. Cong: of praiso. A -purer
l biedicine does not:exist,~tnd i Is guarana.
,, todd to do all that is elsiued.. Electric Bit
.ters will cure all dideasesoy the liver and
[. kidneys, .will remove pimp~les, boils, *salt
rhoum an other affectioens cansed by im.
pure bkl . Will orlvo usalaria 'fromi tihe
system and prevent as well as cure all mea.
lariaI fevers. For cure of Iheadacheo,'con
stipation or4 indl 'etlon , try Electric Bit.
s ters .l )(W'). satiafatction -guarateed, or
mne 'jad. Price. 60 eqats, aind $I.00
b .Sold by W. T. bcF'all,P1k.
h .6fCheese and M~acca
' G ~ 61t 8. is for $1.00 et
r.ps1 & So.
Or 0' a~
ONESALE FOR 15 DAYS.
Money is a necessity to effect set
tlement and all these goods inust go
without respect to cost.
The line of Dresk Goods is beauti
fil in all grades and .the styles are
Best grades of Spring Ginghame,
Outings Calicoes, 7dress and shirting
A good stock of the choicest Em.
broidery, Edgings and Flouincings.
Plaid and plain Lawns, Nainsooks,
Pique ar~d all such goods as are need.
ed for early Spring Sewing.
This is your last chance to get
good, fashionable Goods absolutely
slaughtered. Lose no time to make
selections. First come first choice.
We regiet to make such a havoc inl
prices on account of our good neiqh
hors in trade, but we are in a deep
cut-We must get out and this is the
only road to the surface.
- All goods must go if Slaughteredl
pricos can movo diings. Aml money
iuis: come to make oumr dissolut ion
McAlister & Bentz.
P. S.-All persons imdebted to us
will oblige us by sel ding at once.
Greenville, S. C.
January, 4, 1894
Th le only3 genniine entei forl .Asi. ManhI~oodl
Exharistedi Vitaility, We~ale'3tii Mnwv , P alIpi.
tation oif the heart., P'remialuro )eeny, 1,aek
oif Conidenceii(, unalit~y of te Married (ei
thier sex,) and .iespontnley~, all of wh
follow it tale trail *Et youlthinit l, , as
I positively guaran Vf'hese. Illis to iih
(every3thing I elirn for I lee1n- 40 strn Zi hi .
my faith in therniu that yo ennl .returnl then:
if they de not help yon.
To) itrodneIe thiese Pi)l i Ii semid ii
large ONI. iDou4Lan P'ACIn I, whlich ought
to be1 sul~itenl~ to enre anyI (:ase of Debl ig.t
for only 20e.. enchloe t3: two-cient stamlp
in ai letter withi your at(id ress- wr'itten1 pilauin.
13y, and1( you1 will rec~eive~ the l'jills- iy retuirn
Withi the positive assurance on miy par'
that you will never re.gret the dayi hat it yen
camo11 inl posSesslin of thiis pricelies remedy
whose 11 iliunne hieslies rsoi h ia
force, extends itself to the intAei ietaa
eiulties, elevating the. emlot in, diplljng
the bane of life and restoring~ its blessing.
Rtead tihe ifollowinug testnnoialis as toI
wheother I amn enring pleole or not.
"'The trial package of Nervous DebliIty
Pills you senit done mc good. I was trou-.
bled with what I enied0( lthenmlatijsma in myn
thighs and thley huelpied meu woinderfully ".'
"'Senm some m010 ore of thiose P'ills as
those you sent me1 dono mae so munch good
thait Ithlought I would send fo~r morue ol
JohN WVATrKIocs, Colington, N. C.
"Find~ staimpjs enclosed for t wo ure p)zubh
nges of your Nervous 1 )obility P'ills as thmost
I got of 'oiu before done mie mlore goot' thnan
anay met uicine I havel' ever taiken.''
ECD. FutIIs'roxs, Fredierickshna , )
"'teceivedl the mewdiine, I thuinik it good
wvill order somie miore,
JoInN WViCN'1c, iroinllands, Illh
- "I received your meiine ini rd am ver -
mutch pleased with it Hi. Ims hlp ed me al
ready3. I nelo~o(d 11ind momney forante
-. M. ANDumtsoN, Westville, 0.
$500 R EW A RD
wvill be paid( for a case of Lost Manhood,
Exhuauuted Vitality, Weak Memnory, Pa ii
tationi of the Heart Premnature, Deay,1 Laek
of Confidence, Inability of the Married of
either sex, and .Despondencey, that I cannulot
Now after readini~g theo above If y'ou have
any doubts abut mo or my medicine (1
not 80e1(1, but if yon really want to get cur
ed I can and will garantee to cutre you. r
have been a Practi sing Physicia1n for a great
many years .and during my experience I
never enijie across quilto as good a remed,
one of the most ve t~ableo remedies ever diii
covered and if I was yi~grpeolI
wouilId advertise it everywuerii at 10
and ) ing ared maeI a f ai gi 0 (1
tune in moy mnedical practice, 1 hiave
sire now to get richt, all I care for now t
see -o )iteop,, I Cn cutre, so tha
that for a short t~mt longer I ivillr en ybor
ON IgnARO PAcKAtIE OF TH[sE PzrLLs if you
wil nR tWo dimes and send to mne
ya ftr y 0receive his a
Pe hve te p aan810 of a
1dI be sut cessfii? or de~ you p~~~
rmain a ifeono suifferer~
feonet ~ ines j~ in -~
ANd FANOY G
HAGOOD, BRUCE & C0
Ohristmas Flour Sguar oud
HAGOOD. BRUCE & C0'8
Hat8 and Shoes,
HAGOOD. BRUCE & 00,
VF Highest prices paid for Corn
Peas, Seed Cotton and other Produee -
Give us your trade.
IHAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
Qualy and Price is What
Patent Flour, $4.50
Good Family Flour, 4.00
Coffee, 4 to 5 lbs. for 1.00
Sugar, 16 to 18 for 1 00
Iominy. 40 lbs. for 1.00
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES.
We won't be undersold on Shoes.
A new lot of STOVES, just arrived.
We want, to sell you ORANG.ES,
CANDY, &c., for Christmas. Don't
fail to get our prices before buy.:.
Yours for a el erry Christmas..
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
Dec. 7, 1893. Pickens, S. 0.
Family G roceries
W E hav? .just revcie our STO('K
Ol# 01 GOODs Corihe p )Sresen
season, whicb wo offer at the lowest
We keep constantly en hand a
good supply of
BACON, FLOUl1, SUJGARS. CO
MOLASSES, TEAS, ATS'
SHIOE', ('LA ' INO,
Alson, lFA fM l1IN' TIOOLS, and every
A. G. WYATT
E-.isy, S. 'y,
When you comie to town and need any
)f' any kind, to cnll rat my Store and look
:rroundi, and1( then note mny pricea, and I aan
'1ure you will see sometinng t 'Vma need,
ndif you1 will only allow nn
I feel sure I will be able to
you -sn:l even slioiild you
-00(ds 1 would be gladl to .
friends, and have a little ci
it would cost yt u nothuIng-beides j o
'onne excellent Oider, wvhich you will findt
very refreshing th~ce nnY times. -I have
not1 onily Groecries but kuL+ every ti
else the farmer need1;.. h
.Anud I beg leuve to say to my,. friends
t ronm the counlty, that if. ou he an
u'l (Ices teipr, Eggt Iil meay or
von the iighes.t unuket pils fo t-rn
D~on't foract the place-I-cani lways be
found at Iluniter & Hawlvthorne's old stand.
*W. C. AAamnlett. -
Still at the 0. stand dur'ing. btaj
neSs ihours-always glad to serve you
Pon't you forget-I can furnish ~y
iing in the Jewvelr~y or Sewvin~
chine line. Call amnd you canoe oog.
any thing youwant - om-a" O0,0
given to fitn etco
Dee. 2L. Liberty, S.
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