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THURBDAY, AUGUST 9, 1894.
Miss Cornelia Lewis is visitinE
friends and relatives in Pickens.
One Bureau $5.00, reduced to $3.
93, B. L. Susman & Bro.,
Gus Hargraves, killed a Imad
dog near town las week.
One Bedstead $2.50, reduced tc
$1.87. B. L. Susmon & Bro.,
B. A Hagood, Esq., is up for the
Julian W. Bruce, of Anderson,
is spending a few days in Pickens.
A protracted meeting has been
commenced at Bethlehem, Rev. G
R. Shaffer is conducting it.
Work had been commenced or
the public well, but the progress if
One Sato $3.50, reduced to $1.75:
B. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
St., Greenville, S. C.
0. T. Jones, of Farr's, was in
town Saturday and imade a pleas
ant call on the JOURNAL.
Messrs. Coggswell & Moffett, of
.Charleston are visiting the Ha
Bix Chairs, rattan bottoin $4,00,
reduced to $2.94. B. L. Susmuan &
The Excusion to Ashoville last
week was well represented by
Joe. E. Kinch is again in Pick
ens, and at work at his old caso
eI the Sentinel.
Miss Julia Synunes, who has
been visiting Miss Bruce for the
past two weeks, returned' to her
home in Greenville, last week.
Our neighbor Charley Robinson,
says he will finish up his building
on Main stroot, and soon havo it
ready for occupancy.
One Mattrass $2.50, roduced to
$1.72. B. L. Susnian & Lro.,
W. N. Bolding and E. F. Loop
er had an exciting fox hliase Sat
urday. He was a redl and captur
ed on Woodaile mountain.
A. C. Tilden~ left here last Sat
urday, for Greenville, where he
will taike n' position oni the Bap
t ist Con rier. '
,One Rocking Chair $3.50, ro
duced to $1.50. .B. L. Susmian &
Mrs. J. D. Curoton sent the edi
tor's bettor half, a nice mess of
strawberries from her garden, this
week. It is not often we can have
strawberries and cream at this sea
son of the year.
The cheapest line of Coffins and
th3 Easley High School, and comes
here highly recommended. ie and
his family will OCCUpy the Brad
One Kitchen Table 6x3 reduced
from $3.50 to $1;7T>. B. L. Susman
If you want thorough-bred Po
landl China and Whito Chester
pigs, call on Mrs. J. B. Watkins,
or at WV. A. Arnold, at Central,
or R. J. Watkins, at Stewart.
Dr. J. C. C. Noewton, Missionary
from Japan, preached a very able
and interesting sermon at the Meth
odist Church, last Sunday morning.
A. night he gave a short history of
the religious -denominations of Ja
pan, which wvas'listened to very at.
tontively. The D~octor left on
Monday, for Virginia, wvhoro he
will spend some time with friende
in that State.
One Trunk $4.75, reducod to $2..
'37. B. L. Susmian & Br').,
"Canat thou minister to a mind
diseased?" asks Mac')oth. Certain
ly, my lord; the condition of the
mind depends largely, if not sole
ly, on the coindition ef the stomn
atch, liver, and bowels, for all of
which complaints Ayer's Pills are
"the sovereignest thing on earth."
ME~ETINO OF WAREIHOUSE DIREc
Tons.-The Directors of Alliance
Warehouse are hereby called tc
meet at Easley, S. C., en Saturday,
the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock.
The Executive Comnmit~ee at least,
-are expected to be preseht.
M. P. RonGERs, Pi sidont.
OneaWire Spring $1.90) reduced
to #19 Susman & Bro., 115l Main
T. J. E 11 i s, of Pelzer, visite<
friends and relatives on the 8d in
Sec T. D. Harris' ad. ho alwayi
has something interesting to, tel
you about his goods.
The Baptists commonced a seriet
of meetings at Secona, this week
Services conducted by Rev. J. E
At a family ro-union at V. A
Ferguson's, August 4th, one of th
past-times was a game of marbles
in which Jesse Eflis, aged 79, tool
an active part, knocking the mid.
die man twice in succession.
Liberty Democratic Club met
Saturday the 4th 1894,W. T. O'Doll
was elected President, G. W. Mc.
Clanahan, Vice President; John T.
Boggs, Secretary; S. D. Stewart,
Treasurer. Nine delegatos appoint.
eod to County convention.
JoHN T. Boacs, Soc.
Praters Ieforima Club
Met and organized with thirty
two members-W. R. Garrett,
President; E M. Bolding Secreta.
ry; M. B. Garrett Treasurer; J.
M. Childress, G. C. Bolding, C.
G. Lewis, Chirman. Any one
wishing to join the club can (to so
at the next muieting on Saturday,
August, the 11th, at 8 oclock.
E. M. BOLDING, Secretary.
MEETING OF COUNTY DEMOCRAT
Ic EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-Moet
ing of Executive August 3d, 1894
authorized the opening a Poll at
Calhoun. Managers: W. A. Boggs,
Dr. Haines, V. M. Pool. The com
mittee decided to close the County
Campaign meeting, at Pickens,
August 26th, 1894, making five
Imoetings in the County.
B. J. JOHNSTON,
Ch. P.C. Dom. Ex. Coin.
Jxo. T. Bocws, See'ry.
The annivorsary of the Palmet
to Literary Society will bo hold
Friday, August 10th, at 8:30, p.lm.
in the Memorial Hall. President
Wilson, of Converse Collego, will
doliver an Address. The public is
cordially invited to attond.
Noruiem.-Owing to meeting 01
Reform 1jlubs, August 11th, RicO'F
Alliance will moet on the 18th, a
3, p. mn., at whieh time we hope t<
have a full meeting, as the Count3
and Assistant Lecturers are ox.
poeted to be with us.
W. T.' O'DLLmA, Pros.
Nervous (debility. is a common
comnplaint, especially among w~o
men. The best medical treatment
for thiis di sorder is a persisten t
course of Ayor's Sarsaparilla to
eanse;& and Invigorate the blood.
'This b~ei ng accomnplished, nature
will (do the rest.
The Liblerty reform club will
meet at Liberty, August the 11th,
at 3 o'clock, p. mn. It is necessary
that every reformer should he pres
ent to vote for his choico for a re
f o r mn candidate for Governor,
Come one ; come aill.
W. T. O'Dmu Pros.
A Wonderful Triumph fo;
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy.
When our little girl was about
one year old, she broke out witha
Scrofula on the head. The wholc
side of her head and face was ii
solidl sore, which was very offon
sive, and her general health gav<
.way under her affliction. We triel
various remedies for twelve months
without avail, and for four yeari
she remained in this condition
As a last resort we tried Mrs. Joe
Person's Remedy. We could see e
ch ange in 24 hours. The sore com
menced to dlischarge corruption in
such quantity that weo' became
alarmed and feared the child wVould
(lie, b)ut knowing that Mrs. Person
claimed that her Remedy would
expoel all bloodl impurl1ity, wo4 con
tinued it, with faith in its final re
sult. Thu amount of corruption
thrown out was almost inlcrodlilo;
somnetimoes a cup-ful wo'uld be dis.
charged during a night. The chili
boegan to improve, the sore begai
to heal, her appetite became bot
tor, and after taking 19 bottles th<
child was well, the sore ontirolj
curedl and~ has remained so evo:
sinico. She is now twelve yearu
old, is perfectly well, and has nov
or had a return of the disease
For four years I did not knov~
what it was to got a good night'i
rest, as the child was in such a con
dition I almost fo'a.rod to go t<
sloop. T1hanks to God and to Mrs
Joe Person's Remedy, she is nov
perfectly well and in good health
H-argrave, Granville county, N. C
Sept. 28, 1893. 30.
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earlo, Drug
$ist's and Merchants of the town.
FARR'S, S. 0., August 4, 1894.
Pursuant to a call of the President
of the County Executivo Commit.
tee, the Cross Plains Democratic
club mot to-day, and roorganized
by re-electing C. H. Carpentor pro
sident, T. M. Frooman, secretary;
E. T. Holcombo, executive commit
- teeman, and dologates to the Coun
- ty convention as follows: W. F.
Paco, J. E. Garrick, J. W. Hunt,
J. B. Mauldin, J. B. Findloy, and
W. A. Phillips. Adjourned.
C. H1. CARPENTER, Pres
T. M. FREEMAN, Soc.
CAEAP Tini' TO WASHINGTON, D.
C.--The tickets sold by the South
ern Railway to Washington, D. C.
and returned at the special low
rate of one fare, have been extend
id to September fifteenth (15th,)
instead of September 6th. This
will be, of great advantage to any
who wish to take the trip. The
tickets will be on sale at 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 rate
KNIGIHTs OF PYTHIAS CONCLAVE.
A magnificent gathering of the
Knights of Pythias will he held in
Washington, D. C., beginning Au
gust 27th. Tickets over the Pied
mont Air Line will )e put on sale
August 28-28, and will be good
until September 6th. Only one
fare will be charged for the round
trip. In addition to the regular
train service special trains and
special through Pullman and oth
er cars will be run for the accom
modation of special. parties. No
man's edutcationi is complete uni
less he has visited the national
Capitol, and it would be well for
all who canl to take advantage of
"I know an old soldier who had
clronic diarrhwva of long standing to
have been permanently cured by tak
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, "says Edward
Shumpik, a prominent druggist ol
Minneapolis, Minn. "I have sold
the remedy in this city for over seven
years and consider it superior to any
i other medicine now on the market
for bowvel complaints.'' 25 and 50
cent bottles of this remedly for sale by
D~r. G. WV. Earle, Pickenis; *C. N.
Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloan, & Co.,
For.t lUll; Hunter & Boggs, Liberty;
L. RI. Eaten, Central.
My boy was takenl with a disease,
resemlblintg bloody fluox. Th'le first
t-ting I thought of was Chlamberlain's
Colie, Cholera and I )iarrhoen Rome
dyv. Two doses of it settled the mat.
ter and cured hliml sound and well.'
I heartily recomnmenid this remedy to
all persons sulfferinlg from a like coin
plaint. I will answer any ingmrlmies
regarding it wvhen stamp is incelosed.
I refer to any county official as to my
reliability. War ROACh, J. P.,
Primroy, C a in p b e 11 Co., Tienn.1
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle, Pickens.
C. N. Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloan;
& Co., Fort H1ill; hunter, & Boggs,
Liborty; L. R. Eaton, Central.
Kennieth Batzemore had tihe good
fortune to receive a small bottle of
Chamberlain's Coihc, Cholera andl
Diarroa Remedy when three moam
bers of this family were sick with
dysentary. This one small bottle
cured1 them all and he had somie left
which he gave t~o Geo. W. Baker, a
.ipronminenlt merchant of the liace,
Lewistown, N. C., and it cured1 him
of the samo complaint. When troub
led with dysentery, diarrawffa, colic
or choler a-mnorbus, give this remedy
a trial and you will be more thtan
pleased with tihe -result. TIhe prise~
that naturally follows its lntrodulc
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 lill; Hunter, &
Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton, Con.
COmeAl' RATES.--Trhe Richlmond
& Danville R. R. will place 01n salo
tile followving vory cheap rates:
Spartanburg, S. C. National Mili.
tary Encampment, July I--j1,
18(4, a fare and one thirdl for the
roundl trip) tickots to be sold 1st
to) 11th inclusivo, final limit July
TilE SAME RATES will also
app~ly onl the sam11 dlatos for thle
TEAChllER'S CONVENTION at
Washington, D). C. Knlights of
Pythias Conclave, August 27th
Soptombor 5th, 1894, rates of 0110
first class faro for thle round trip;
tickets to be sold1 August 23rd-28th
inclusive ; with extremo limlit Sop
tomber 6th, 1894.
Cleveland, Ohio., United Society
of Christain 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 81st, 1894.
Thus affordiijg an unusual op
portunity for a pleasant trip.
WV. A. TURK,
Geni. Passr. Agt.
S. HI. HARDwICK,
tS15 Asst. OAn1 Pna- A~
J. Ii. Cllflord, New Cassel, Wis., wt
troulbled with Neuralgia anud R1heimitism
his stomach was ilsordered, his Livei
was afl'eted to ati alarming degrce, appe.
ito fell away, mid lie was terribly redu.
edt i llesh and strength. Three bottles
of Electric Bitters cured him.
Edwar(l Shepherd,Ilarrisbunr, Ill., hia
a ruinning sore on his leg of eight years
stain)lg. Used three bottles of Electric
B3itters and seven boxes of Butcklen's A rni.
ca Salve, antid his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had live large
Fever sores oin his leg, doctors said(ble
wits Incurable. One bottle Electric Bit
ters and one box Huckletts Arniea Salve
enred hi entirely. Sol.l by Osborne &
Kirksey. and W. '1'. MeFall, Plekens. S.C
The secretary of the 1lkhart Carriage
and IlIaruess Mfg. Co., of 1lk hart, Ind.,
hiforms us that their prices will be lower
for 184 than ever. Ie wishes us to ask
our r<-aders not to pureliIse aniiything in
the line of earrianges. wagons, bicycles or
hiariess until they have sent 4 cents ii
stam~is to i -)ostago on their 112 pago
catalogue. ?Vo advie the roaders of this
paper to riiemuher bl% suggestion.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresh
ness and clearness to the coin
plexion and cures Constipation
25 cts., 50 cts., $1.00. Sold by all
WANTED-A fow Boardors. A p
ply to mrs Janes Thompson. If.
Those wishing to spoiid tho sum.
mor months in Pickons will ind
comfortablo quartors at roasonaleA
ratos at Mrs. Jameos Raies'.
"W YOUR BACK ACHES
Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing
it is gdmicrai debility. Try
RO1WN'S IRON 1J1.T'.RS.
1t will cure yoti, ami give i good apetito. Sold
VT all dealers l inudicing.
Fun is the only Illustrated paper publish.
ed in South Carolini. It is plth111 full of
wit and hIumor. Sent to your address six
ionthis on trial fort wenty Iive-cents. Send
stamps for mplo copy and club riates.
Address Fun Publishing 0, 230 Alaini St
C olumbia S. C.
ATTACKS ITHE EYES
/ THE LIGHT
BY USING I
"My husband was subject to severe
attacks of neuralgia which caused him o1
great pain and sti fering. The pains 0
were principally about his eyes, and lie
often had to remain in a darkened room, dl
not being able to stand the light. Ayer's Oj
Pills being recommendied, lie tried them,
using one before each mneal. They very cm
soon afforded relief, followed by perma.O
nent cure. I aim a strong believer in the
efficacy of Ayer's P'ills, and wouldl not
be without them~ for ten times their Oj
cost."-Mrs. M. E. DEBAT, Liberty, Tex.*0
"I have used Ayer's Pills in my family
for forty years, ando regardl them as the 0s
very best.--Uncle MARTIN HIANWoCN,
Lake City, Fla. 0g
AYE R'S PILLS On
Received Highest Awards e
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
Wo haive adde~id to the0 Joi'IAI
a Job Press and1( Typ)e, which enai
bios us8 to turn out first-class work,
it reasoinable pricos4. Wouldt bo
gilad to hiavo yourI patLronaige. Cani
didates who wishl Trickets for the
Pri mary will please leave t heirl or
ders. .JA s R AmNES, Job Piniter'.
It Costs Nothing
To look at my Goods, and~ it may
be money in your pocket to do
so, The weathler is rallher hot
to begin talking about heavy
Shoes, but 1 want you to know
in time that I alm anxious to
show you what I have before
you buy, the nicest line, the best
bargains I have ever owned.
Big Shoes, little shoes, Sunday
Shoes, every-day Shoes; a lot of
Ladies' fine Shoes, at cut prices,
big buttons are the latest~ fad in
Ladies' Shoes. I have themi in
all wilths and sizes.
Another lot of Lace cheaper
than ever. Black Silk Lace at
100., a yard1.
A beautiful pair of 1,ace (Iur
tains for 50c.
A nico linle of Calicoes and
Dress Oinghamn. just: in.'-a fewv
of those 10c. yard IDress patterns.
no two alike, the prlices are less
than I have over been ahle to
A splendhid Corset for 25' cents,
andl the best 50c Corset I hlave
I would like to showv -yod a
nice little lino of Hiand~kerchliefs.
Wilen it comes to (ROCE RlES,
CANNED) G 0 O 1) 8, CONFEIC
TlIONIER IES, TOBACCO and1 SE
O ARS. I am in it.
I want to call your attention
to some1 extra fino TIEA. andl I
have on1e kind of Coffee I will
per lb)-big lot, of Tlllunip Seed.
Lot of Fanily Medicines -I
cure headache .Lor 10e Call on
T. 0. H AR RIS.
Aug. 9, 1894.
The Record Broke Again !
We will sendi one( boxz of 0tJ1H L1ADJEII
Liv E10 I L,1s, (Twenty-live ('ents size,) mi
any address, for fliteen cents. Try theto,
T. Y. r, Cr PNY,
I horoby announco mysolf for ro
olection to Congross from tho
Third Congrossional district sub
joet to thu Domocratic primary to
bo hold August 28,h.
A. C. LATIMER.
HOUSE OF REPREESNTATIVES.
FRED WILLIAMS is horoby in
nouncod as a Candidato for thu
Ilouso of Reprosontativos, subjoct
to thu action of the voters in tho
W. W. F. BRIGIT is horoby an
nouned i as i Candidato for the
House of Ro0proseltativos, subjOct
to th action of thu poplo in the
LABAN MAULDIN is horoby
annoinced a Candidato for ro-oloc
tioni to the Logislaturo, subject to
the action of the Domocratic Pri
J. G. STON E is horeby announc
(A as a Candidato for Auditor, silb
joet to the action of the votors in
tho Domocrat ic Primary olection.
N. A. CIIRISTiOPIiER is horo
by annoulcel as a Candidato for
County Auditor, subjoet to tho ac
tion of the pooplo inl tho Primary
The many frionds of W. II. BRY
ANT ros)ectfully announco him as
a Candidato for re-election for
County Auditor, subject to action
of thu pooplo in the Primary ole.
S. J. ROBINSON is horeby an
11ounIced 11 at Candidate for Couin
ty Auditor, subjoet to the action of
of the people.in the Primary elee
J. E. PARSONS is hereby an
nounced as a Can(didato for Coi
ty Auditor, subject to the action
of the peoplo inl the Primarv Elec
.r . 1El is h-orhyi ammhoiuin
codl for re-elect ion as a (Candidate
for State Sonator, sub joet. to t ho ac
(ion of the Democrat ic Pru1imarv.
C. TP. 31A RTlI N, is hereby an
un1 10I~5 I1Ilia ofPcesCuty,01 subee
(< the neIlf jic) 1'f thle l)ilut,(.rutlie
G. WV. Sl N(G Il''T(N is hiereby~
annliounce('Id as8 a Canuid ihite for'
Counity Tlrealsurer, sub1j'ct to~ the
actioni of thle pe'ople iia the Pri1ma
J. D). (UR.ETON is hereby an1
nouncedl as a Candidate for Counm
ty TIreasurer, sub1 joet to tho acti on
of the peoplo ini thle Pimary (liee
.JOSEPUI S. MURPJIREE is
hiereb~y annhounicOd as8 a Candidat~o
for CounI)ty TI'roasuror, sub)ject to
the( action of the peoplIe in the Pri
mary olect ion.
.JA MES E. BOROUGOIIS is hero
by announced as8 a Candidato for
Cou nty Treasuror, sub1ject to the
acution of thu p)eoplo in tho Prima
J. T. YOUNGBLOOD) is herob~y
announced for ro-nination as a
Candidate for County Treasuror,
subjoot to the action of thu p)eop)1
in the Primary Olectioni.
.J. A. McWIrORTER is hereby
annou need as a Cand idato for
School Commiiissionier, sihjo)ct t~o
1110 actioni of thie peop1l1 ini the P'ri
TI. CIIRIS. ROBIINSON is horo
by announed as a Candida to for
School Commissioner, subjoet to
the action of the peoplo ini the Pri
MATTHEW HTENDRICNS is
hereb~y annioniced as a Cand idato
for Counuty Supervisor', subljecft to
the actioni of the 1)0op)1o ini tho Pri
J. R. ROSS is hiereby anni'ouinced
as a Candidate for County Super
visor, suibject to thu actictn of tho
p)e0p)1 in the Primary election.
0. P. FIELD is hereby announ
codl as a Candidato for County Su
p)orvisor, subject to the action of
thio poopl0 in the Primary olectioni.
M. P. ROGE RS is horoby announ
cod as a Candidate for County Su
porvuser, suhject to the action of the
Demnnentin Primnarv alar-n
H sg oug e gs.
I~otisi. OF Ri.FPRlisk:N'rA'Pliv1'ts.
B. .J. JOIINSTON is hi'n-by an
aoullced ats a Candida(te or the
House of Represn I tatti ves, subliject
Lo to limationi of 1,he4. people inl tho
SUIPERvs8oit OR:F i'sTAurios.
Tio frionds of J A 1, 0 N Z 0
B RO W N rospectfully announcie
iimi as at Candidato for Sup)rvisor
.f Rogist-ration, subjoet, It) tli) I(
bion of thu Domocratic I'rimiarv
J. HARVEY lKENNE1tM'lt is
loroby anniouncetd Us U Candilate
1or Suporvisor of' ogistration, sub
Oct to tho will of th people in the
J.1.1,00P141,11 is her-hr ll
IOXIIlC('d as a Cllldidate for Slil'.
visor of Registrittion, subject 14
t'e action of tle peoplo i the lO'ri
nary elect ion.
'It'lle friisof .1( )IN T. L ll\\'IS
'ebileCtfillly iiNioiiceiln IiIs nCai
lidate or Probatt Judge. subjeet i
1) t l' ac t i 4)1 of I l eopl inl t I I
['rillla rv eleet it'll.
J. B. NEWBElRY is horeby an
iouncod for re-nomination as a
Jandidato for Problito .ludge, sB
oct to tho act.ion of th peop)l in
ho Primary olection.
Ml. F. (Tup) HESTER is hereby
Inounced ta U Candidato for Pro
m)to Judge, subject, to thi action
>f tho peopl inl t h Primary vlec
TIA . .1 -STwC.:1.
B1. 1101 I,1 is vweh ann1114
I d - as a lltu lidaito 1,or1 Trial .lls
i4e in l'lielo'lls C. 11. Towni:hiip.
uhject ti) the acdio 0f1wp. ph
II tihle i. lln H'ri't 6 l 1i1n:1-Y.
I res)pctfu1lly alilonilleo liy4elf
I Candidlltt f1r Trint .justice, subli
joet to tho 1)eboclratic Prii II I'nV.
W. A. P1Mlal -Alt.
W. C. PRItA M l,TT is ln"roby
U It 1 o u 0<1 a s a Cm1lidato
ftr T r i a .1 ustice in Piekn(ms
U. 11. Township, sllbjeti 0) th hea
tion of the pel)1e) in le 1 )'imcratl
I')late for re-hlinj fori TreiI~al .ii'
r''ill) Ul' v.
McALISTER & BEAITIE,
)r Goods, Carpets, M~attiin and
Wte have just compl't ed st ock t: k
ng, and onl M imdtay morin g will
91lace man~y hn11es 0f goods onl our bar~d
gamn counter's. We expect t~o miove
10oon inito our new', store4,
63 and 65 Main St.
Ini the melanitime we w ill sll aill
good1s embra3ce~ in our stock at1 great(1
ly redcedI(.( pries.
Greenville, S. CI., August II, I % .l.
Notice of Final Settlement.
I heorebiy give noice' that I will apply4I in
.. 15i.Nowherry44)I', ,1utige1 Iof Probale14 fo ii k
'ns County, 8. C. onSuIi5 alesla in 8'ept irn
nent, of hI sit e4 of W441 V. H. Cla~ytonii, ii'
'easeil , and4 ask(I to~ be lIInised as4 A 4103in
istrator. Augus4Ot li, 189)1.
I. V. (',A VT'ON, Adoali'r
I hIereby~ give4 )4114 no ill and forewar anyI 1
personI 4or p)ersons1,, not, to' hunt1, nor1' iresyn)4sM
0o law. 'Thk is uly, aIls, 1.591.
Aung.!9, 189)1. 8. (3. SliO A N.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
Panrt ies having chtians a~ga)inst,) thil :sItte
>f arus I1.1K ih eese .aehrb
For the nrinet thry sday all
fanur Dres, andth s n d Mosid
Inerye Will goas atnk pyNen or
A ugst9 81
I 'lderl tile Operal I 1)louse.
(Greeni'lle, 5. C., A ug. (), 189l. [
Prof. 3. M, LOOPER will teachi Chisses ini
insili the (Coulrxle of1 l tinstructlins wil oII ()1
1st of Volce Cu lture, I Aght, Singi Pra.
.lc't of Church and1( SudyScolusi
Termis of 'fulition1 for ten dal''i U s follows:
4tudlents in tlihe ellIentry Iarniony
clhass, - - - - $1.50 (eh,
AdIts not in Ifar1mony class, 1.0 I
:Childreni fromi 12 to 15 years of age,75 "'
D~hildron 12 years and younger 50 "1
All privato and instrumeontal le
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\L1L A'11 9 C.:N'TS TI.S W.EEK
15 tnl 20 cenlts white goods a 9
1. :1n( 20 c(Ilts Zviivi and Lace
12'. I Duk a11l Irish Lawn at
I S vents ii ic~ ri bed Vests at 9
2 Spa>ilit Cot t on :t i I Iaper Pins
orI 9 ('lnt.
I iair heliei I'at, black I Iose for
te lit S ljll
15* eints S ittns for' '. ents.
JVNT 1ISCIElV 14
Dur New Line of Ladies
Ladlies Dll ngola 1lnuton Bo<l
Ladies C(steml ade Iog.
mn Bloot .32.
I :til1i1s Ian Sewed Dongola i30t.
Wo 1.1o al1'a loadter m" ouir Ladies
lin foI''r ."- anil wv:n-rat evey pIlr
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JONES & GARRISON,
No. 9.1 1'-N]LIo'N STfEEr.
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Agenrits St 1 li Pat terina. CJata.
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