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TBURODAY, APRIL 20.1894.
Ve will send the JOURNAL and
HoME AND FARM one year foi
. M. Burns, of Lau-ens, was i
n last Sunday and Monday.
R.B. Algood lost a fine mare
day, with blidastaggers.
. E Griffin, of Liberty was in
alter Griffin went to Green
last week on business.
D. Stewart went to Greenville
week on business.
'. E. M. Payne of Laurens, was
wn last week on business.
M. Adams, of Atlanta, Ga.,
.n town last week.
r. and Mrs. Harper, ef'Six Mile
ed R. A. Bowen and family
iffin & Holder sold part of
cattle Monday, to W. C. Mc.
pbell, of Knoxville, Tenn.
J. Bunson, of Traveller's Rest,
)d his brother-in-law, L., E.
Iress, last week.
Eubanks, the popular travel.
gent for the News & Courier,
n town last week.
e young people of Pickens had
y enjoyable sociable at Dr.
a last Monday night.
ank E. Cox visited friends and
ives in Greenville county this
O Sentinel had its photograph
it weeks issue, it was very good
. J. R. Riley preached two
interesting sermons in the
byterian Church last Sunday.
-e P. Orr went to Groers, last
d,'ay, for a photograph outfit.
rill open up a gallery here.
tes Corrie Bruce visited friends
relative in Greenville last
M. Hagood, who has been
ill for the past week, is im
ireath Durham Co's Ad. re
ed too late for this issue. They
K:be heard from next week.
ie young men of Pickens have
nized a military company of
it 60 men,
'bert Hester and J. L. Thornley,
two of Easley's most popular
g men, was in town last week.
*r. and Mrs. 0. H. P. Fant, of
~ca, are visiting their daughter
'VJ. L. Thornley.
r. Amos Sutherland and Miss
*ie Chastine wore married last
- lay. Trial Justice J. J. Lewis
*r. Samuel Edens and Miss
* ie Ligon were married last
lay. Rev. J. M. Stewart offi
r. and Mrs. B. A. Morgan, of
nville visited Mr. Morgan.''ais
Mrs. R. A. Bowen and Mrs.
ence Griffin, last week.
*)sers J. C. Jefferies and Jas.
S uon, two of Greenville's,
* .popular young men, were in
. last week.
a rried, at the residenoe of Mr.
-iseon H!unter, on Sunday, April
1894, Mr. John Hunter to Miss
?' Hunter. Trial Justice Jesse
m't forget to notice the change
.K. Park and Jones & Garri
* advertisements in this issue.
hasers may save money by
*'g them a call.
o have heard a rumor of im
ant news concerning the Eas
nd Pickens Railroad, but know
ing officially. We hope the
~rried, on the 17th instant, by
R)ev. B. T. Murphree. Mr. R. K.
s to Miss M. E. Lewis, dlaugh
*of H. J. Lewis. They haive the
*wishes of many friends.
heo Merchants and Li'.riy i ..
okons and Easloy aire getuig
subscription to imnprove~ tihe
-oad from Pickens to Easly.
want to make a now road
the- Ariol place to Easley.
pt, J., A. Griffin, Dr. W. T.
* I and D. A. Cooper loft Pick
~ast Monday for Birmingham,
* to attend the Confederate
r 'ans which convenes in Bir.
-ham on the 2rth and 2oth of
Thore were only twenty'eight'ap
pliants before the County Boar
of Examiners last Friday and Sat
urday.-25 whito, 3 black.
"Half a spin of angry steol" wil
produce no moro fatal results thai
a noglected cold or cough. Fol
all throats and lung di1aasosAyor'
Cherry Poctoral is t bobst remedy
It is inivaitliblo in cases of croup
Whoopiiig colgh, brOnClitis, and la
Married, on Sunthly (ho 22d
April 1894, at tho 1:osi(onene of
bride's graidimot-hur, wid. .'
C. C. Parsons, M r. Jose ph I oic.
to Miss Lonor Cox, both f 'Pi. k
ens county. Rov. W. C. Sea bora,
Spring is full of -terrors I o ,1!
whose constitution is niot a le1 to l'o.
sist the sudden chang's of iempr
ture and other insabii Ities ofl he
season. To put the system inl cont
dition to overcomo - theso ovils,
nothing is so. aifoctivo as Ayer's
Sarsparilla. Tako it now.
Editor Journal I see from the
papors that the Allianco is on a
boom all over the country. Do
funct Alliances aro .being ro-or
ganizod and now inombers aro be
ing added by the hundred. Thus
may the good work go on until all
the demands are enactod into law,
for it seems to me this is the only
hope of the country.
The law-makors of tho Stato has
passed many laws of groat interest
to the people, but th imost noodod
good must come from our national
law-makers. But, alas, we caniot
expect anything from tho present
administration that will be of ben
fit to the people.
When I think of the situation
we are in, it reminds me of a fel
low once, while playing a game of
cards called "ol d a le d g o ," was
caught with an extra "jack" up his
coat sleeve, and in reply to the
fierco denunciation of his adversa
ry said, "Bill, you know we aro six
and six, and it was your d1a1, and
I were obliged to do something."
Now, I don't say wo aro "six and
six" with the gold-hugs and copor
ators o1 the country, blut somw
litimg must he done, anid it will soon
b our "deal" ait the bal lot box, and
lot us play our hand in such a
mann111er ias to d1'alI out at s t of om..
cors who stand !!t-footed on al'
our dlomaniIds. The imore I thinki
of it, andl the miore I le ar of001 thei
oppression of the peop le. the mi' re
I ami in favor of all oiur detmands
A few days ago a nwni orderid :i
pair of barred Plymni.ith: Rock
chickens from the State of Ohio,
and the express on thomn at Easley
was $4.70. I make this stat ent
that othere may not be cauight(. as
this man was. When we mnake' or
ders we should know wha t we are
to pay laid down at our dlopot.
I want it understood that I am
in the reform saddle, andl there t o
stay, until something is dono1 for
the common 1poo1)1 of the country.
Yes, until we procure "equal rights
to all, and special priviloges tio
nono." LAJIAN M[AUImN.
-A pril 21, 1891.
Mr. Editor: As our pairt of the
country is with out a correspond
ent, and feeling that it, should not
be the case, I will try to scribble
a fow lines to inform tihe goodl peo
ple that we are yet alive, and en
joying our part of the great mans
ter's (Cleveland's) blessings, n h ich
you all know, we prize most high
ly, bitt as I have not traveled tihe
political vond very far, I wvill step
off 'till sometimo in the future.
The farmers of this suction aro
well up with their wcrk, the most
of thomn are about through plant
ing, and are taking a rest for a few
Our postmistress, Mliss A 1 i c e
Tompkins, has beon contined to
her room for the past week wvi th
pneumonia, but~ we are gha(d to re
1)0t that she is imprloving~ 4nd w% ill
b~e up1 again soon1.
F~or thu last low dlavs we base\
had plenty of rain, aind overyting:'
in the forest and1 field isbegiiiing
to pa t o1n its summ1Ifor aippearancl Io,
and1( look its if n inter was hidd i ig
N 1) hi-on all for th0 s0.m~on,
mi pm 'er to Oeiod our m~any
thanuks to) the good peop11s g (
community for thu lovi:,g hiad..
ness anid assistance w Meh I boy
showed us in tile illness and 4(a
of our infant daugh ter E t a. :I ay
the blessings of our Heavenly Va
ther be with thonm now and1 "or
The Ne C!
ring and' Sit
Al\h. Ikys and Children.
'0 r on the Dollar.
11n1i1 in mir Store said las
for , lpir of triousers, "'if we
con l r, w hat must it be with I
d' t 11,- could not understa:
roters~ for 40 cents, or a coat
X vnholss we do it. thoug
t h why or wherefore. We 1
$10,00 Suits for $5,00, 15,0(
for $10,00 and $25.00 Suits f
blacks and blues, in cassimerci
eutaways and Prince ALBERTS
of CLOTHING ever brought
and fresh from the manufijetur
oi'ered FOR SALE IN A RI
are SELLING it right throul
MD When you como to Groonvi
around for a few minutos to satisfy
truth or not.
Oreenvillo, S.C., April 19, 1894.
Sm:ECIAL TaTRAINS FoR SOUTHERN
B A r Sr co'NvEN'rbON, DALLAS, TEX
A8, 3 1 l11th-15th, 1894.-The
Georgia 'Pacific Railway has ar
raned with the connections spo
e iil 1 ti roigh train service from At
lunta to Dallas, leaving Atlanta
Tuiesday, May 8th, 9.30, p. im., after
the arrival of all tho trains from
Tho connections of the Goorgia
Pacific at Birmingham will take
up the fast schedule from that
lioint, and you have the choice of
the routo via Momphis, via Shreve
1) rt, or via New Orleans.
T!i (eorgia Pacific is ouo hun
d1 . d toto hundred miles shorter
t -Il n~ i t Owher line. anld will opil
r*th , quick~t selhedilil" both
Tihe 5pcial trainl will reach Dal
Ias 7.00 n. Im., Thu rsday morning,
MAlay 10th. Tlhruigh Pullmansleep
ing cairs and fi rst clIass daiy coach
es willI run through A tlanta to Dal
Ias withloutl chango.
SEndlf in your name to any agent
of' tli he Grgia Pacific or its con
- ' "-. niTTEIIs.
- .-~~b nur"I dealera~ Ir
N.i-rThe) second Quarterly
hil t-t in g for tho Pickens Circuit,
will con ivene at. F'airview Church,
on1 11h0 28th instant. At the con
eluion) of thoiesermon on Sunday,
the 29th, the Church will be dedi
A full atfeoddanco of the Stow
ard'(s I desired.
GT. R. SHAFFER, P. 0.
It Shsould Be in Ever~y Hlouse.
.J. B. WVilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Con stumption, Coughs and Colds,
that it cured his wife who was threat
ened with Pneumonia after an attack
of "La Grippe," when various other
remedhies and several physcians had
done her no good. Robert Barber,
of C'ooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good thlan anything he ever used for
Lonrg Tirouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Free Trial Bottles at W. T. Mc
Fall!, Pickens 8. C. Large bottles
50c. and 31.00.
A Gutaranteed Oiue.
WXe ai't hot ize our' adlvertisedl drug
gist to se Dr. Kinig's Newv Discovery,
''or (ion--ump-tion, Coughs and Colds,
upon this condition. If 3 ou are af
flicted wvith a Congh, Ceid or any
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and
wvill us. this remedy as directed, giv
oi, it e finr teil, and experience no
b tnfi, you may return the bottie andt
lik I this- <:'i (lil we not kn iow
t !h l K gi's Nw Discovery couii
T~ :n a n . T. .\d Is s
siiiiers. Whot ar-e (nt ii hed to iani <>f
the Airtificial 1Limb1 Iuind 1881, are
reques ted to cal I at t hie C I l.k's of
lice at onici, andit ma~ke I hOr appli
(lion1t befi)lo thei (lock of Court.
.A p ei! 12, I1 t1.
.QIL~Oh'8 CU;R is so1(1 on a
gur un.Li (. It cures incipient
conmantipuion. It is the best
Thigh Gulro. Only one cent a
dI~ o 2) et s., 50 ets., and $1.00.
8old by all druggists.
IS & CON,
to he sold at exactly balf-price
t Saturday, as be paid 40 cents
coiplain of hard times in thi.
he people who make this Cloth.
ad how we could sell a pair of
for 50 cents, or a vest for 25 ets.
I- we did iot explaini to him
[iSO sell $5,00 Suits for $2.50,
) Suits for $7,50, $20,00 Suite
or $12,50. We have them in
3 of every color, in sacks and
We have the biggist stock
to* GREENVTLLE: it is ALL NEW
ers' hands, and. has never been
'TAIL STORE beffire, and we
h at 50 Cents in the Dollar.
1l1 just como in our Storo and look
yoursolf whethor wo are telling the
DREIFUS & CO.,
The New Clothiers,
11' --ert.lrv of the Ellkhart Carrianav
. n MI CO., of Elkart ini.
:.,"ills us that, tIheir wrl ees wllwb lower
Lr~i M thn 1ver Hes iei us~ to :agl
. reuders loL t.) pure any thing in
- .1 lino of (arria..s. wagnc, bicy cles or
1-uSA until thoy lir'vo sent 4 eeiunts in
:,. ;.4 t 1 pay 1,osoag ott their 1. '! pago
-a a'ogau. WM dv.' 1.he reatlers of tli
uit;)eri w. r-lwe-hilt, %,.ggestiuon.
latcklen's Arnica Salve.
mue nest Salve in the world for cut-s
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rlicum, fever
flOres, tetter, chapped hands, c'hilbluini ,
001ors, and(3 all skin eruptions, anl( positne.
e0res piles, or no pay required. It is
gtlarlnteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
nuoney reflunded. Price, 25 cts per box.
Fror sale by W. T. McFall, Pickens, S C.
1i. 1 Clifolr. New Cassel, Wki., ai
tr'Oubled withi Neuiralgiali Ril eu ~l(tualtjismj
hi, -It --,tl di isorldelet. 111. L Viver
W's all' (VItIl to ti illarti.hig tlgn, alp.
Itv fell a way, mnd he wai nrribi\ rc.<l1
e!- i i f1-11 "Wf 20:1 st rengt I. Three bottle-,
411 "'.( 1 1 'r tie himl.
Emp~ e~edlarsun Ill., haft
: rN . 11n1 --we oil 11i- lg of eight years'
-3:3<'1i.:. li-oil three bottle. of Iclectric
Iitt kni A.ve3 l ox'e9,of Bucklin's Ani
'N alv'. . Cud his le j is d andi.l well,
-.a 13 8130:erw, Catawba, 0., had live larg
I )vo3. -ore6 ou his leg. doctors said his
w;ItA ieir:ble. one bottle Electric .
ters tind( one box Bitekller' s Arnlca Salvt
estred hIm entirely. 8o. ! by' Osborne d
Kirksey andl W. TI. McFall. Pickens, s.C
This remedy is becomning so well koowrn
and so popular as to need no0 special men
tion. All who haye used Eletric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist, and it is guaran.
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bit.
ters will cure all diseases of the liver' antd
kidneys, will remove pinples, boils, sa3lt
rheumn andI other affect-ions cansed by im
pure blood. Will arive malaria f romi the
systemi andc prevent as welhl as cure all ma1
blrial fevers. For cure of headache, cont
stipationi and1 inIdigestion try Electric Jilt.
ters.. Entire satisfaction guaranteedl, or
moniey refunded. Price, 60 ents, anld $1.00
pe'r b)ottle. sold by W. T. McFah, Pick
eus, s. C.
Remember that the pace to buy a
Cooking Stove is at Gilreath-Dur
ham Company's, Greenville, S. C
They sell tho wvell known "Iron King'
Ellmo and "Liberty" "Stoves" wvhichi
are the best Stoves ever sold here for
WValle tlee Doetors are Douabting.
Scientists have discovered the
germs of many diseases but unfor
tunately not as yet the moans of
the destruction of thoso germs.
At present the "culture" and not
the destruction of the deadly bac
teria seems to absorb their atten
However they all agree that a
well nourished body and plenty
of ozone are decidedly unfavor
able t~o their development. Whilo
the doctors are in this State of un
certainty; and even longer, wuould
it not bo well for the patient to
hav(o recourse to the well-tried
Comnpound Oxogem, wh ichi is both
gormiicido and vitalizer? D~uring
thto last twenty-three years it hats
ciured casos pr'onlotunced incu rabI]
an(1di his sta tomnit subsi13tantialtid
by thoso wvho have tried it. It
he itnec.,.-d tihe fai lm i 3a
"ilymph"' andi lif' 33lixir.'
I ioIstigal3t lie 33: ini for' vom.-3
ourll :. Hoo3k sont free, Drs,
Strkey atnd Ploln, 1529, Arch St
PhIiladelphia, Pa. Newv York, San
Francisco., Cal, Toronto, Canada
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanoo
ga. Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.'I
consider it the best remedy for
a de bilitated system I ever used.''
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
Sold by all druggists.
When you get to Greenville go to
Gilreat h-Durham Compan~y for w. hat
('vte o wanit in irnoa'..--..-- " --
Monday morning our 'SNOW
WHITE SALE,' begins.
Londsdale Bleaching, snow white 8
cents a yard.
Thousands of yards of Embroide..
ries, 2, 5, 8, 15, 25, and 85 cents a
yard. No such values have you ev.
er seen given..
Come on snow shoes, come on foot
or on wheels if you like. The prices
have melted way down, but you will
find The Ground Thoroughly Covered
REIGN-We reign as monarch of low
REIN-We are check-rein on high
RAIN--A pril showers, (uWnIURELLAs).
Sounds well in poetry but yon will
need an Unbrella to prevent many
ailments. We have them bogining
to-day at the following prices:
Ladies 24 inch Silk umbrellas,
worth $1.50, for 99 cents,
Mons 28 inch Silk Umbrellas,
worth $2 for $1.25.
You know we never advertise any
thing wo do not have, so 'first come,
first served. We have fifty of each
Hands and feet nicely clad this week.
ONLY THE BEST QUALITIES.
Our reputation on Plant's Oxfords
for ladies, and the best $3.00 shoe on
top of dirt, for men, will not suffer in
the least by the display made for you
this weck in our Shoo Department.
Also Poster's Genuine Kid Glove,
lade by old man Foster himself.
A..FEW THINGS WORTH MEN
Those Wool Clallies at 124 cents
are passiimg away.
Lace Stripe Scotch Zephrys worth
35 cents are moving at. a quick step at
20 cents a yard.
30 pie 2ies Jackonct Duclies at 1.5
cents :1 yard that. mako h 5) Centt
Zephrys split, Zvphlrys not split..
Zephrys White and 1 Black, Zephirvs in
all co lor t eents111 Ilu ..
JONES & GARRISON,
No. 9 PENDLE'rON STRERl.
ArniM Geenv110 S.C.
Best Cotton Hoes, all sizes, at 25
Plowvs redluced to 4 cents. .A
small lot of plows at 2~ cents, to close.
Only a few more of the 00 cents
A good Cedlar Water lBucket, only.
Blind Bridles, only 50 cents.
When the little lot ot New Orleans
Molases are rold out, that will end it
at the present prices, conie while they
last, 5 gallonsfor $100.
I have some real fine Molassecs, bright
as honey and a few Home-made, they
ar-e for sale.
ii ine line of Shirts, look at themn.
1 00 Envelopes, 5 cenits.
Lace Curtains at 50 cents per1'pair,
and Curtain Poles at 20 cents comn
T. 0. HARRIS.
P. S.-All kinds GARDEN SEEDS
and IRISH POTATOES for late,
April 19, 1894.
HaIs just opened0( all latest styles of
Spring~ and Summer illinery
At the loivest possillO pries.
Main Street, Groonvillo, S. C.
A pril 19, 1894.
NICE LOT 01F
All new clean Goods. Call and aee them
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
A pril T19, 1591.
Notice of Final Settlement,
I hereitby give notice thatJ a w ill ap
ply' to J1. R. Newborv, Ju 1rbof of Pr"
bjase for Vlcken dotn Iy, S. C., on
Salte'sdav in May 189.1 !ni' tiifhl g't.
dismis-d a-. Administr il-r. .
J1. W. Sl'IIEi LAND,
Adiniist rator. 1
Apri-il 12, 180.L-1 .
costs only *2.00 pcer 100 square feet 1
Makes a good roof for year's, and any
one can put it on.
GUM-ELJAsTro PAINT cost only 60
cents per gal. in bbl. lots, or .$4.50
for 5.gal. tubs. Color dark red.
Will stop leaks in tin or iron roofs,
and will last for years. TRY IT.
Send stamps for samples and full
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.,
39 & 41 Want Rrmadmwv. NWuu YOnn
10 'rMXs: -rjM.a.r:M-a
All other stoves have tak
en a back seat.
Call and see our Bargain Counter, In
COX & SEIGLER,
134 MIain Street,
GREENVILLE, - - S. C.
T. fl. STALL, Mianager.
Jan. 25, 94-t f.
L'leUiST' SbICIii have provenl Iet
to smI, No 01, ) ,i 1).
Mansion IousT Drug Store.
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W. C. BRAMLETT'8
Wich will certainly go cheap for the
Jarsh. It will bc to your interest to
iee my Goods and get pr'ices.
A good B~ooY and ONE-IhouSE
WAaoN, will bo sold at a bargain.
A lotofSHI RTrS to bo soldl at a~
acrifice, from 25 cents to 75 cents,
Of all kinda, al way on hnd, will
be sold at the smallest profit.
mii Call early, anld call often, and
see if I havn't gt somiething you
M uroh 1. 189 .
N EW.Rh 0kE STFORE. i~
Lae Embrldodidey, (heaper' e
F~anicy Drlss GN(~oodsi, at all
rtades nnd prices.
Black Lawns, all prices .
Dimnity Stripes, all kinds, a
Calicoes, all kinds, 5 cents
Good Silk Mitts, 10 to 25c.
Look at our 25 cent Corset,
t is a beauty for 25 cents.
If you want a good suit of
Diothes call at the New York
Rac1ret-in~ fact everything at ,
~he lowest prices.
When in want of FLOUR,
aall and see mne,
For the Merchant that gives yot
more Goods for your money then I
will. Just notice the following pri.
Youth's Suits at $3.74
Do. do 4.75
Do. do 6.50
Men's do 4.75
Do. do 6.50
Do. do 7.00
and up to $15.00.
Coffee 10 pounds to the dollar.
Cotton Checks 41 c. by the bolt.
3-4 Shirting 41c. " I 4
Prints, all ot1leq, from 4 1.2 to C:.
all color3 7c.
Good Brogan Shoen 75 centa.-ott.
er Shoes in proportion.
A lot of 8hoes, siall and large
No8., at cost.
Childrens eoirse shoes 12J cents
Jeans at 18, 20, '21 and 30 cents.
Can't be beat at the price.
1 will bily your but Cotton, Secel
Cotton, and Cotton Seed, at market
prices. Also, dry or green Rides.
Mr. C. H. Parkins and Richard T.
IHallum, are now with me, and will
be glad to meet their friends. .
J. It. Brown
Liberty, S. C., Oct. 12, 1893.
P11euNSs C. IT., IN 1'.. Jotmry 27, 189 1
Por f h bitIfit, o t I hose t hat are sutf'r.
ing wilbf Creer r01 TI'iumnor..I, I will giv'.
yOU a 41doilid (if my ense. Abow
thr'e- vetn.1 nio List Spring I notiee d
simill 11ump11 ill Illy unso aind I soonu ICII'in.
Ithirieel anld emnsullted n. Doctor and hi.
prodolleed it. a 'Tur dl tli I (rented it I.
snleh, bilt afNN"itewods if, buirstedl. 1 tinvis
0onisUIlt1 )r W1' N'ilkjiso at reenvill.
Ill h14 t reval I- i I IwhihvauId he pronouin1
Ai it. well; buIt inlaboit -six mlonths ;I
'mne14 , ani, and o:2 I h i :10th day ();
reIi , bor, last. I oi4 nln Iiened the i os10,I
W. V. I , I ' . ICN .
:1.ttu in -room.:i:r t heTtinor or Can.
T ("-1114 41;1 .il-n a sim ple sore it,
1 i ifI 1q il a),811 1.
Sin .,with b.&e Smneevit hr
unh wl' t t .o r 1 ,
.J. INI 1> E. CON.
Corr. i, . \ud. i
Colins anmd Caskets,
Day and Nig''.
Telephone Nos. 1 amt1( 38.
Night calls will be nswered by TIele.
hone No. 38.
SMITII & SMITIT,
63 and 65 Marin Street, Greenville, 8. C.
ri VE on hndlc at all timco a tull line
of114 ImreDLUGS, CIIEMICAL., TOI.
CT1 AI2Tl(LP3, FA NCY 0 obO D 8,
Ei& U M~ ERiY, FINE STATIONERY.
hire stock of COUOII SYRUPS that
ill eure your' Conighs and Colds.
A h lin he of Diamta EYE GLASSE6
(d SPECTACrES for your eyes. I will
you up 11o that it will 'be a' pleasure for
m41 to read.
As it is now time to go to Gardening
'411e an1d seeu about
G~arden CI Seeds,
WVill keep a fah, linle On handu.
TheIin thecre aire P'AINTSf and OILB ;in
1Ii ..in-an every thing usually found a
fis-ls Drug Store.
gr Physicians' Pre~eriptions Carefully
>mpounde.l, (lay or iiight.
Weyocome to.Easley give me a call.
C. N. Wyatt, M1. D.
Quillian's Old Stand
Easley, 8. ., Feb. 9 1898. y
W A N TED,
100 Oords of good Tan Bark,
['o be deli vered this Spring and Sum,
aer. The bark must be well taken