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THUIISD'AY, SEPT. 20, 1894.
DrameTons or PSOPLE's JOURNAL.
The meeting of the Directors of
the JOURNAL is postponed until
Salesday in October, and full meet.
ing is requested. By order of the
President. JOHN T. BoGs,
Mrs. Dr. G. W& Earle visited
friends in Belton last week.
. Mrs. W. H. H. Arial visited W.
P. Hester's family, last week.
Col. Welborn is in the county,
visitinig his sons and friends.
Prof. Andrew Bramlett's school
at Field's closed last Friday.
Nios Lettie Grice has been elect.
p4 .e9her of the Zion school, in
District, No. 8.
Mr. AaronlRogge, : Calhoun,
visited her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Nfewton', hear-town last week.
. Miles Hunter, of Pendleton,
visited relatives and friends in
town last week.
. Harris has had some very ne.
cessary improvements added to
C. T. Miller col d. has opened a
flourishing school on the Moun
tain near Ball Knob.
W. C. McGowan, Esq. of Abbe.
Ville, was in town last Sunday and
Claud H. Alexander, went to
Atlanta last Sunday on business
We had a heavy rain here Mon.
day night. Our streets and roads
have become quite muddy.
. One Mattrass $2.50, reduced to
$1.72. B. L. Susman & Bro.,
Mrs. IC. B. Finley is very sick
with fever, at her home on Mile
One Bureau $5.00, reduced to $3.
98, B. L. Susman & Bro.,
W. H. Crane, while out hunting
laot week, was bitten on the hand
by a spider. It was very painful,
but he is doing well.
The cheapes$ line of 0o0flips. and
Oaskets in the State. B. L. Susmian
Mr . C. Arthur Rainea' family,
from Richmond, Va., whonhsa spent
the past month with his father,
left last Tuesday, for horne.
One Rocking Chair $8.60, re.
duced to $1.50. B. L. Susman &
J. W. Sutherland, from Oolenoy,
will move his family to town in a
few days, and will occupy the new
house recently erected by B. D.
Stewart. He comes to educate his
One Wire Spring $1.90, reduced
to $1.09. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
St.,. Greenville, S. C.
Silas Hinkle, from Eastatoe, will
mnove his family to Pickens, and
-occupy the "Williams" house, own
ed by Dr. Earle. He also comes
to educate his children.
Six Chairs, rattan bottom- *4,00,
reduced to *2.94. B. L. Susman &
Some of the boys who came to
Court last Monday, becamue quite
lively early in the day. There
must have been a "blind tiger"
One Bedstead $2.50, reduced to
41.87. B. L. Suon & Pro.,
Mr. J. E. Kinch'mfai~1ly arrived
in Pickens, from Mississippi, last
week. "Little Joe" looks as natu-.
~ral as ever. They will occupy the
"Major" house, owned by Rev. J.
Prof. J. L. Murphree will sing at
Concord, 4th Sunday in Septem
ber, at 9, a. m. Ali his olass are
requested to meet him and have a
Nine converts to the colored
Baptists (Church. at this p~lace, were
baptised by immersion last Sun
See the change of ad. McAlister
&IBeattie, of Greenville, they have
somethin~g of interest to tell
.One Kitchen Table 6x8 reduced
from *8.50 to $1.75. B. L. Suonman
Miss Lena Y earg an, a very
charming young lady of Green
ville is visiting Mrs. C. E. Robin
eon, this week.
One Safe *8.50, reduced to $1.75,
3. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main
* &.. GraanvIlla,. 0.1
E. Frank Looper has two o
his children sick with fever.
Don't fail to read J. H. Brown'"
ad, Liberty, S. 0. His prices ar
low and he offers inducements fo
you to trade with him.
Miss Mary Kirksey, who ha
been teaching school in Easle:
Township, is at home for the va
Miss Sallie Croswell who hai
been visiting Geritrude Hagood fol
the past two weeks, roturned to hei
home in Washington last Mon.
Miss Virginia Ligon, of Green.
ville, and Miss Millie Foster, of
Dacueville, are visiting the Misses
McDaniels, this week.
Rev. Mr. Rook preached two
very interesting sermons at the
Baptist church last Sunday. One
member was taken in.
T. D. Harris says he has too
many goods for the capacity of his
store. He will soon -have to en
large his store to accommodate his
Miss Minnie Kirksey, who has
been teaching school in Eastatoe
Township, has finished her term
and is at home for a short time.
She is very popular with her pa.
trons and scholars.
One Trunk $4.75 reduced to $2,
87. B. L. Svuman & Bro.,
Miss Essie Earle 14ft Tuesday of
last week, for Greenville, she will
enter the Presbyterian Female
College at that place.
The young people of Easley and
Pickens joined force and had a
most delightful dance at the HQtel
De Thornley la-t Thursday oght.
The music was furnished by Bill
Allen, the popular Greenville mu.
W. R. Garrett, of Praters,
brought a freak of nature, in the
way of a stalk of corn, to the
JOURNAL office Monday. It had
three years of corn, and five blade.
of fodder to the joint, well devel
oped and perfect in every respect.
It was grown by A. W. Carter, o1
Miss Eugenia Curtis, daughtoi
of Bilas Curtis, of Hurricam
Township, died on the 15th inst,
of typhoid fever and was burried
from Six Mile church. Three oth
er members of the family are sicli
One advantage .of taking Ayer's
Sarsaparilla to purify the blood is
that you need not infringe upon
your hours of labor not deny your.
self any food that agrees with you.
In a word, you are not compelled
to starve or loaf, while taking it.
These are recommendations worth
If you want goods at Green
ville prices call on J. W. Thomas,
of Thomasville in Dacusville
Township. He will pay the high
est prices for county, produce.
He will gin the farmers cotton for
the lowest rate of toll and wvill
make the finest meal at his mills.
Hie solicits your patronage and
promises to give satisfaction and
the value of your money.
Go to Cox & Seigler for bargamn
in stoves, tin ware, crockery, 01
anything in their line, their goods
are rmaked down 25 per cent.
There is nothing to prevent any
one concocting a mixture and call
ing it "Sarsaparilla," and there ii
nothing to prevent anyone spend
ing good money testing the stuff
but prudent people, who wish ti
be, sure of their remedy,. take oni;
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and so go
A NEw HOME MARKET FOR COT
TON-Tihe building of the Exton.
sive Cotton mill on Little' River
and the growth of the Mill Towi
of Newry, which will have a pop
ulation by the end of the yea:
opens a heavy cotton market fo:
farmers on the next sidle of thii
county. Col. Williams has loca
ted there, and is favorably known
having purchased cotton at Sene
ca for several years. His advor
tisenment appears in this issue.
.M U s i 0 A L~ AssocIATION .---Thi
Twelve Mile Musical Associatioi
will meet at Mile Crook Church
On Saturday and Sunday, Soptem
her 29th and 80th. Professors am
leaders in music are cordially in
vitod to attend, also, the publi
generally. Please bring singinj
books. 0. 5. STEWART.
Sept. 80.-.--2w Secretary
Cotton Buyer, Calhoun, S. C..
Will pay highest price, for Cotton
sA. J. BOGGS.
W. L. Jenkins, who has been a
Rock Hill for the past five months
returned to Pickens last week.
Judge Watts arrived in Picken
r Tuesday evening, and opened cour
at the usual hour Wednesda
Treasurer Youndblood sends ou
his Annual warning to his friendi
in this issue. He wants all to b(
apprised of his coming.
Death at Brgge.
Benten S. Freeman jr. the fifteer
year old son of Benten Freeman
who lives near Briggs in Picken
county, died on Sunday.
Miss Dolly Robinson also livinH
near Briggs, died on last Satur
One day not long since, a citizen
of the up-country was out hunting
and during the day a rain-storn
came on him, and in order t<
avoid'getting wet he crawled int<
a hollow log. When the rain be,
gan to fall the log began to swell
until our friend could get neithei
way. He thought his end had
come, and thought of all the wrongs
lie had done, and when he had re
called that he had not paid his
subscription to the JOURNAL he fell
so small that he crawled right out
of the log without difficulty.-M
Little Nora Wilson, daughter,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Wilson for
merly of Pickens County, died
Sept. 7th, at thn bome of her par
ents in Pelzer, S. C.
(Obituary next week.)
NOTIcE.-All persons are hereby
warned not to harbor or give cre
dit to my wife, Mary Craig. as I
will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by her, as she has
left my bed and board without
cause. RICHARD CRAIG.
Messrs. Cox & Soigler.
Gentlemen:-I have an Excel
sier stove which has been in con
stant use for 20 years. I consider
it the best stove made. Mrs. Dob.
bius says she would not exchangE
it for a new stove to-day..
D. S. DOBBINS,
____Reedy River P. C
The Twelve Mile Singing AssO
ciation will meet with the Mil
Creek Baptist church, on the fift)
Sunday and Saturday before, a
10 o'clock. Every body is invitei
to come and bring their dinner
and their books, especially th
ELFoRD M. BOLDING,
Cronic Sore Leg Cured b3
Purifying the Blood. The
-Cure is Permanent.
-Nine years ago I was a sever4
sufferer from a bad sore on m'
leg, .caused by milk leg. For twi
years I tried every known remed2
withoiut deriving any benefit.
had the best medical treatment
but it failed to do me any good
my leg .getting worse all the time
The soru was in a most irritabli
condition, was about three mnche
in circumiiference and had eaten t<
the bone. I suffered mtenseleo
with continual pain, and coul<
not rest day or night, but had t
lie with my foot proposed up t
get any relief from it. For twelv
months life was no pleasure to in
and I saw no hopo of relief. 2
friend told me of Mrs. Joe Pem
son's Remredy. I bought i do:
bottles of the Bitters and three c
the Wash packages, and withor
any faith in anything I commor
ced its use, anid soon found it wi
Sdoing me good and I did not su
for se much pain. The leg felt
if hot embers had been p~oured ul
on it, but the application of ti
Wash was so soothing and hea
ing to the sore, and my generi
health became so much bette
that I felt as if I would be~ cure
After using the i doz. bottles <
the Bitters and three packages<
the Wish .I was nearly well, ail
again n.ough the samo quuntit
and by the itime I took the do
bottles my leg was entirely we]
It has been nine years ago sin<
my leg was cured and I have nev<
had any symptoms of a return<
the disease, and my general healt
has been good ever since I wi
cursd, thanks to Mrs. Joo Pe:
son s Remedy.
I am very truly,
Mns. .J. MAno'INE~ LYTCH.
LycRichmond Co., N.C.,
3' June 24, 1893.
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle, D ru
ists and Merchants of the town.
- The Chinese aire deofeated, til
orinental war is practically at a
Mr. J. ,' Davis, of Central, is
visiting his son D-, It. Davis near
ThefParennial songs' is the booh
b to take with you to Cros8 Roads te
the all day singing on the fifth
Sunday. J. T. CHILDREsS.
Rev. E. T. Hutson has accept
ed an invitation t6 deliver an ad
dress before the County Alliance,
which meets at the school house
in Dayton school district, No. 2,
on the 10th of October next.
Everybody and the rest of man
kind are respectfully invited.
W. A. HAMILTON,
Joel H. Miller County Alliance
Lecturer, will - speak at Peter
Creek, on Friday before the 5th
Sunday in September, at 2, p. i.,
and lie requests all who are now
or ever was a member of any Al.
liance, to meet him there at the
Alliance Hall at that hour.
G. W. SINGLETON.
My boy was taken with a diseaes
resembling bloody flux. The first
thing I thought of was Chamberlain'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. L will answer any inquiries
regarding it when stamp is inclosed.
I refer to any county official as to my
reliability. Wm. RoAcH, J. P.,
Primroy, C a m.p b e ll 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.
WANTED.-A first grade teach,
to teach an eight months school in
Zion District; No. 8, will pay a
stated salary. __
W. A. HAMILTON, Easley, S. 0
Cox & Seigler will sell you a
bucket and dipper for 20 cents that
you have been paying 30 cents for.
Go to see them if you want a bar.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the
great Blood purifier gives fresh
ness and clearness to the com
plexion and cures Constipation
25 cts., 50 ots., $1.00. Sold by al
Kenneth Bazemore had the goo
fortune to receive a small bottle a
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an
-Diarthmea Remedy when three mom
a bers of this family were sick wit
dysentary. This one small boft
1cured themi all and ho had some lef
6 which he gave to Geo. W. Baker,
I prominent merchant of the place
a Lewistown, N. C., and it cured hin
of the same compllaint. When troub
led with dysentery, diarrnoa, colli
or cholera-morbus, give this remnedy
a trial and you will be more thaI
pleased with thme result. The praisi
that naturally follows its introduc
tion and use has made .it ver)
popular. 25 and 50 corts bottle
foj sale by Dr. G. W. Earle
Pickenm; C. N. Wyatt, Easley; Hall
r Sloan, & Ce., Fort Hill; Hunter, d
Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton, Cen
SHILOH'S CURE, the grea
Cough and Croup Cure, is il
great demand. PockeV~ize con
'tains twenty-five doses only 15c
*Children love it. Sold by al
Leaders in low prices, Stoves
STin-ware, crockery & Glass-war
at Bottom prices. call and set
us cox & SEIQLER.
184 Main St. Greenville, S. c.
o KARL'S CLOVER ROOT wil
e purify your Blood, clear you
complexion, regulate your Bow
els and make your head clear a
-a bell. 15c.', 50c,, and $1. Sol
.by all druggists.
tWhen you get to Greenville go
Gilreat h-Durham Company for 'a ha
ever you want in Crockery-ware Til
ware or Glass-ware.
1. ALL RUN DOWN
d No Strength nor Energy
f iN THE
EXTR E ME.
CUREO BY USING
i qotoIean ao~i bipa a i
e an D yneralha hre 17v ewh *
no strength nr enrad eel.
atcOmmencr tn Aer' 1ar0. A
rlaand seoon noticed a change feo h
It, t etretJ red byth
these results, i keDt On iknj the Sar
saparllla till I had usd iboies, and
an if Admiettred..A.ATNS
n AT THU WOL'PAIR
By virtue of authority contain'
od i a deocretal order and judg
ment, made in the court of Com
mon Pleas, for Pickens County
on the 11th of July 1894, by the
Hon. Ernest Gary, Presiding
Judge in the case of A. R. Harris
administratix, Plaintiff, against
John Craig Defendant, as shown
in Judgment Roll No. 1776, as
Sheriff of Pickens County, I will
sell to tho highest bidder at
Pickens 0. 11. South Carolina, on
the first Monday in Ootober 1894
during the legal hours of Sale,
for one half cash, the other half
on one years time, secured by
the bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of the premises sold.
All of that tract or plantation
of land lying in the State and
County aforesaid on Keowee
River on which the defendant
John Craig now lives, adjoining
lands of W. S. Craig's wife, A.
R. Craig and others containing
two hundred and fifty, (250)
acres more or less.
The aforesaid order of sale,
provides that in the event the
highest bidder does not comply
with the terms of the sale in
thirty minutes after his bid, that
the said land shall be resold at
the sane time and place to a
bidder who shall comply with
the terms of said order at the
risk and expense of the former
bidder who m fail to comply.
J. 11. 0, ODANIC-U,
Sept. 6th 1894. 8. V. 0.
To the new Store Room recently erect
ed by C. E. Robinson, opposite the
JOURNAL Office, I will 3011, to make
room for a new stock, the Goods I
now have on hand,
To save tronble of moving. If you
wish any goods I now have on hand,
call in, and I will make the prices to
suit you. Of course, solling at cost
I scan only sell for cash, so, n1ow is
the time to secure bargains. I have
many uselul articles which it would
be well for you to look at.
W. C. Bramlett.
FOR THE PHOLKS.
MR, En1Ton :
After all, it's well enoug]
we can't 'see ourselves as othere
Phew ! Would'nt some oi
us take to the woods? How
eethere may be a remedj
for all the "ills that flesh is heni
to.'' That remedy, right now
may be in a good stock of lo-w
priced Goods, If our stol
in gnality and price don't pro.
duce an all-over smile, [ani
smooth the temper, then W<
wvill be ini a fix. While we art
out of cross-eyed Needles ai
Ileft-handed Gimlets we hav<
plenty single-bladed two-han
died Knives, Wheel Whirb
Sand Chicken Jugs. These ar<
not to be found everywhere
and we mention the fact t<
show that a great many usefu
r articles may b~e found lher<
that are not for sale elsewhere
3 A keg full of good Tacks fo
live cents, is an uncommoi
L- Both houses are full of Fa
'. Goods now, and wve want ou
good friends to help us or
with them. Come and see
Trade with me. Ask for whi
you want and P. F, W. Y,
W. T. MCFALL.
September 1st, 1894.
Prof. 3. K. LOOPER wvili tcech Classes
music ; the Course of Instructions wvili en
alst of voice Culture Light singing, Prm
tiee of Church and sunday School Muisie
Trermna of Tuition for ton days as foiloi
Students in the elementary Harmony.
Audults not in H~armnony class, 1.00
Children fromi 1:2 to 15 years of age, 75 "
Chidren 1t y'r ern and yonger so "
sona, 25 '
Notice of Final Settlemeni
I herchy give notice that I will apply i
J. IB. Nawberry .Judlge of P'robate for Plcl~
ensM County' 8. C., on sahgmday In Octohe
1894, for leave ton make a finial settlsemr
with miy ward G;eorge I1. Hlendticks an
ask to be dischatrged an onardian.Frr,
Sept. (;th 18914, 4t. Gurdiar
Notice of Final Settlement
I hereby give notice that I will apply~ t
J. BI. Newberry, Judige of P'robate for Picle
-euse County, 5. C. on saleaday in septena~
- er 1894, for leave to meake a final settl(
ment of'the Estate of w. 5. Clayton, de
o'ed, and ask to be dismissed asAdmir
istrator. Augut 1st, 189T4. A n
Did You Know
The Featerboie Glove-fiting CORSETS
and Waist had a reputation that other Cor
set manufacturers envietl? 'Do you know
why the Featherbone Corsets are better
than all others? We only repeat what our
customers say about thein.
lst. They fit bettor than any other Cor
Md. They certainly wear longer than
3d. They always givp tbe wearer 'a good
4t. 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 Featherhotme mt acknowledgedi
to be absolutely unbreakablle wVe unr
antee every corset, ant will cheerful y re
fund the money to anybody that becomes
dissatisfied with then after wearing them
four weeks. They are certfiinly the most
uniquo and original corset ever produced.
Sinply try one and discard all others.
We have the entire control of the Feath
erbone corsets and Waist. Ask to see our
$1 Featherbone corset, extra long, waist
high bust, watch-spring, steel stays, and
perfect form. .
Try one of our Celluloid corset stay pro
tectors, and you will have no more trouble
with your corset steels breakin or rusting.
Renemnber that we have the long-nectedd
Placket Fa teners in black, gray and white.
We havd golie through ouir stock and
marked dtown a great many things that
must be sold before we buy our Fall and
Worth. 50 Reducel to
50 ets. Vieces Valenceines Lace Insertion,10
1.00. Pieces Valencicis Lace, good styles,20
1,25. Pieces wile pat, Val, I1acOs, 35
25 to 40. Pieces blarc and creant Silk Laces,
per yard, 15 to 25
35, Pairs black silk Mitts, 25
,0 Pairs black silk Xitts, 35
25. Pairs Ladies' black Hose, F. C, 15
15. Pairs Mimses ibbedl Rose, fast black, 10
50 to 35. Pairs Mon's Suspenlers frotin 8 to 25
25. Pieces black and white French Satteen 12
25. Pieces unbleached Table Dainask, 16
15. 'Picces Flannelett Suitings In creamn,
light blue and pink, - 10
15, Pieces all.woot Dress Goods, sumnmer
Straw Hats worth from 25 to 40 to 10 to 35.
Pigees all silk-ribbed, at your own price.
Greenville, S. C., August 30, 1894.
A TREMNOUS COT
The change is soon to be,-a--1
The new Stores almost r<
and the New Stock<
M~[IgT[l & 8BT.
Dry Goods, Carpets, Mattings aild
We expect to move into our
new store in a few days and our
Immense Stock of New Goods
of every description (bought just
the week after a tremendous cut
in prices) is now on the way.
'ihe "Early Bird" will not
work every time. Our buyers
were in the great Markets just
after the crash in prices andl
conseguently secured I a r' g o
quantities of Goods at low
It will be well for lovers of
beautiful goods at cheap prices
to await our Fall offerings, as
we expect to show the largest,
handsomest, most complete lines
in Dress Goods and Trimmings
ever brought to this market.
McAlister & iteattie.
IP. S.-Butterick Patterns.
Li 8pot Oa Belore Debsely.
LI.t matters not where you prico
Shoes you had beotter see mine before
buying, I have never been able to of.
for as many good bargains in Shoes as
I now have, all kinds, all grades,
bring me all the mfealsures and let me
fit the whoic family special, indue
ments in large lots, a good woman's
*Shoe for 75 cents and the bost mnan's
,i dollar Shoe I over saw.
e-I can beat the world on Jeans if
you dlon't believe it drop in and price.
Ch~eck Goods such as Calicoes and
SGingham theiy correspondI with the
price of Cotton.
My little store is ci'rmmed full':of
goods and it is hardl to call for any
thing that I don't !Leep).
-Big Bargains in Every Line.
If you want your dollars5 to stretch
out this fall, visit me, no tise to say,l
i"I wish I had seen your goods before
-I boughit." See me before yrou buy.
If you wanit a lunch while In town
'drop in and see how nicely I can fix
you up1. The best and cheapest
Flour, Sugar, Coffee And Tobacco al
Sways on hand. Those dollar Mow
ing Blades and Snaths will soon be
gone. Yours for trade.
T. 0. HA*RRIA
Are adding lots of useful BAIE:
GAINS to their Stock for
MAit. IIAGOOD is in Ne.
Yor'k now; we expect him ti
do wonders this season, at,
Goods are cheaperi now than
they were ever known to be.
We are better prepared than
ever to serve you, and ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
*ickens, 9. C. spt:. , 1 : ,
That is what we have to say
of our New Stock of Fall and
Winter Dress Goods.
It is the cream assortment
At From $4.50 to $15 a Pattern
OF AMERICAN PRODUCTION.I
We certainly feel proud this sea
son of what American Manufac
turers can do, and when you see
our Novelties at 25 cents, at 35
cents and at 50 cents a yard
you'll say you never saw any
thing like them for the price.
We will be opening
Every day this wveek, and you
34 inch Henrietta that has
always sold for 25 cents a
yard, now at 15 cents.
INNIGORATOR NO. 2
54 inch Ladies' Cloth that
never was sold for less
thani 80 cents and $1 a
yard, now 60o cents.
INVIGOR ATOR NO. 3
40 inch Storm Serge, the
75 cen ts kind, now at 49
cents a yard.
JONES & GARRISON,
No. 9-*PENDLETrON STREET.
Sept. 13. Greenville, S. (I.
Agents standard Patterns. Cata
logue free on request.
uhiney & do011i
We ar() overstocked1 with lHar
ness and Collars, and wilt save
you money on either. We also
have in stock SOLE LEATHIER,
UPPER L2EATH'IER, HARNES$
LEA TH lER, WIHIPS, LAPR~OBES,
llORSE COVERS, HIARNESS &
TrRACES, SHOE FINDINGS, of
A full line of ME.Ns AND BoYS
We will save you some money
if you wvill give us a call before
you make your purchases.
GOWER & GOOOLETT,
Sept. 13, .189.4. Greenville,.s.c.
LEE P. ORBR,
FR1EEMAN BUILDING, PIcKEpNS,. S..d
Ani nowv ready to do all kinds of Worlt, n:
liny lin. ILnstannous4 process and fintlie~
0(d in latest andtao. popular stylesat low.
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NOTIOE TO DEBTogt8 AND ORED)ITOB.
Parties havin g clalims againat the Estate
of Marquis D). Keith, deceased, are hero
nled to reen th m properly Attev
.Jauary 1895, andu those indebted popat
Estato wvill ,leaenmak paymdtt 2
.P. M. KEITH, Exectt
August 9, 1894. . '
Many Persons -~
A e broken dowin from ovveror r14