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GOVERNOR TILLMAWS MESSAGE.
Review of 1he Pst, Reeensaf3men
diontmas fe tle Fest arnie.
WHAT "RrNFORM" itAs ACcorLismnD-'tin
DivMION OF Ifi WHITE PROPR OP THIR
STAI--Tue IAVD CH AnOnS OF FaAvD AT
TR INRCENT ELaCTlN-HOW THE CoN
STrUT'ToNAlt, CONVENTION XUST 93C MAN
AIED--A DEFaNCE OF TIE DiSPENOART
IAW ANI3 ITa ADMINISTBATION-TH DAB.
V.INIrrON TRoutLms-THEu DisoRavIZA
TION OF TI MILITIA--DUCATIONAL IN'
STITUTIONS bUeT COONOMIMr-LONOKS
ANT INCOWI' FROM PIoaPIIATs-OTHYn
Gentlemnsou of the Ceneral Assembly: I
herewith present to your honorahle bodies
thie my fourth and last annual message.
Since my indiction inte office, four years
Fage, the Admiristratiou of the Executive
doeparttent ba loon beset with difficul
ties. Complex problemia have forced then
selves forward- for solution; reforms of a
radical nature have been accomplished.;
abuses of long standing have bean corroef,
ed, or attempted to be corrected, and the
natural result has been that the period
from 31arch, 1890, to 1811. has been one of
intense political activity, and wil), mark
an epoch in our annals to which the future
historian of the State must devote more
than a passing glance.
During the time there has been no per
functory performance of routine official du
ties in the Executive oflice. The irro
pressible conflict. between capital and la
bor-between the corprations and muoney
on one hand and the people on the other
which is fast marahalling the American
people Into opposing political armies, has
been waged here in South Carolina with
relentless fury. But, thank God, Ma
- hiavel Ian cunning and unscrupulous polit.
ical methods have been met by honent p
triotloim spnd untlinching regard for duty.
The peopl e have sustainetid our offorts to
make r orm nan something, and the
victory I 1(a been with the State Admistrm
tionl inl very essential partieular. The cur..
piratioi lave been forced to how to the
rule of ight and justice. The lawless have
been tl.nght that a sI atute of the State can1
gt. 'with impunitty he alntilled boy a mob.
E junlity of benefit and etqality of oppor
tunity, is now more nearly a ruli than at
any other period in our recent history, and
the march (if progress, wlii've over rough
roads, hus been steady. The people of tl e
State govern, the majority rules and the
a Ivance tin education, in temperance, in
all that goes to make up a higher, better
civilization and more prosperous, happy
people is marked. No unprejudiced man
cau deny it. No trtthful mai who will
deal with facts will deny it.
The reprceentatiu .s of the once privileged
class~es wilt pbrotest umot vehemetlty. TIhe
n~ewspapiers owned or sutbs'idized1 by the
liquor dealers will gontijne to howl and
gnush their teeth in) rage that. the gobele)s
traic is beingslowly but surely tukeun fromi
their ..--- - -lottided withlin) reason
*,oundM. lhut the great
that what I .atate is
I cannot expatiate or go int~O details; hut
ia brief rocaptulationl of the thinjis which
lhave becen accomplishued by the Rteforma
xaovemuent in Southi Carolina can best
ahow the truth ef what t assert. They
,ist. lThe erect ion and sendowliment of Cltem
- son College,.
cud. Th~e overthrow of the Coosaw mo.
:td. The just and equltitale~I assesnnsent. of
ta xe' oni railroads anid other corporal tins,
and thie victory in! the Courtts compilellin)g
hemz to pay
4th. The passage of the dispensary law
ande the diestrttction of the0 har rooS011.
5th, ltefunding of the St ate debt, which
anes .78,000O a year in interest.
ith. The establishment of the Winthrop'
nd~ Industrial College for Wo
ion of tlhe railroad comemisioners
ple, and allowing them ton) pas-15
ii freight rates.
natugutration of thet plrimtary sya
nom)lintions* for all oilices in
lot a function of government,
ather to party mmgemnent;
b it, and the battle fought
rest halve come. By
light us so doggedly it
0 it the unity of the wheite
dlestroyed, the Domocratic
tuider', andi the4 kindly feeling
*;fo ou 0111e for each othier replaced by
factional bitterness and st rife.
JRe it so. 'The balame rests with thoSe
who, whliet claimin~g to represenlt thle muasa.
es, where entrenched in our high places as
4-'Orpolrations and advocates of
egesifor the few and, polittedl
financial servitude for the
dh the D~emocratio plarty of
,ite and nation i)emnocratcy does
nlot mnean the greatest g(od to the great-est
Inuer, and the rule of the majority.
Let. white unity go if the bond which binds
e Is not that the brothren with equal rights,
linka aristoicratic privilege and the
of inher g..-ty divine! right, to a
Foif the rights of fresnmob,
The National Democracy betrayed the
people and broke all of Its pledges. It has
been given a deserved chastisement, if not
a death stroke, by the voters, Bunt the State
* Demoeracy, although stabbed in the back
by whIte men calling themselves "our best
people" and the only "true Democrats,''
has triumphed over Btourbonism and troach,
ery. The presence in these halls of an in.
creased number of Reformers shows that
he people ~are content with the *overna
nuett as it has been adinimatered, and
Iitendf to continu, the polioy I have put.
Freedom and tyranny canenot revolve Ia
-the same orb 'en e eji-G oterament
.~ nles n t Is Wp. The poite
lik z in lvited- by, tha *lection of
Sthe freespeople on top Athe
1~~ the natura~ ~lp1hosaa
Opecl1a pAvfleges and class 14641tion-.
ave Aloulghed offinto a party of their own,
and have gone tothe negroes ai test. They
live not been content, how*ve. to go in
lecont silence and vote s they pleased,
)u$ remeinbering'the possibilities of the
lection machinery of their own contriv.
snee, aud bow the' bad cheated in le.
ion in the pat, they have raised one general
horus of "Fraud!" "Fraud i" all over the
tate: and this without producing any r
uitable witnesses to Irove a single allega.
Ion, and in face of the fact that no Iuotive
or fraud is shown, and the vote the light
et oil recotd.
It i a disgracetfui pectacle 'that South
'arolinians will to Ala'nder theirown State,
tit. political nIalice and lying for nioney
-an accomplish a great deal of noise in the
ublic prints. 'ihe Courts are open to them,
he law provides for contests before the
outnt-y canvassers und State board. But
Ahey have not dared attack the legality of
fhe election before either tribunal, except
it at few precincts which could not change
1,he result. They siinply charge fraud over
anonymous signatures or through the
itmouths of lbrasuz tools bought to do the
dirty work of slander.
This cry of fraud, under the circrunstan
ces, calt only ellianaatel fron hearte reek
ing with fiendish nialace and envy, or it is
paul for by the whiskey ring, which orga
nized the bolt and furnished the catapaign
fund. The vole was very light, because
the people were not airoseti and did not
know of the intended coup e'etat of the al
lied Republicat and Independents; but
when it is rtinombered that the sane man
agers who returned Evans utajorities re
turned large adverse votos agalist the Con
stituttional Conventiton, which was special -
ly linked to his candidacy, it can he seen
how tureasonable and false is the accusa
tion of hallot-ex atufilng and false count.
Ing. If there had been any concerted or
organized piurpisee to cheat. aiionig th tItan
agers, theae contradictory votes wottid not
havo been erturued. I assert that the eloc
tion was as fair and tarkedi by as few ir
regularities as any ever lielhl in the State
ainee the recotistruction period.
Iht I cannot refrain from congritulating
the peoile itin the opport t tity now of
fored, after long, weary years of waiting
and struggle, tW pit. our beloved State he
yond the reachl of ignorance anul vice in
The Constitutlonatl Coivention has mentu
called by ptopuilar vote, though by a sail1
tuajorit.y. It will lie your duty to providt
for thle el14t ion of dlelegatts to it and to air
propriato a suitm of money for defraying its
expenses. Tis Is tat atdditioinal achiove
snent, by andt through the Reforms nove.
ineit, which will have iuore to do with
the future weal and woo of our Citmaon.
wealth thani atny or asll the rest I hadl hereto
fore entunerstedl. It. is a fitting capst.one'
to the triltuphatl2l arch whitht the connimon
people have (reetl to liberty, progress and
Atigl-Siaxon civilization since i890.
There is one asptet.ct of the Convention ex.
penses to which I would direct your attets
tion: The per diem of its anietiners houtIld
be not nore tian two dollars per day andl
one railroad insileage to and froin Colutnila.
If the people are Wise they will select, for
thet ditficult ail dtelieate task of fraining a
new Constitution, the vcry Wisest,, putrest
and best rnen we have, anitl pay themlt
en(outgh to defray actual oXieses. InI the
very natture of thiings the Constitution to
lie fra ined will be' largely theo work of a few
leader-', and t iwo inina buitniiess oof thle gret
ajority of the deolegates will be, to ot iscuiss
atil rFject or autoopt t hie sutggestion tits
pireseniteot . This WIllt he a wvork of contsidl.
erabole loing th, lbut it wilh he. dtonse inutch
Nooner- and boetter, anti the work will loo
pre-so.eol to roughttsion atMtypitur tess cost to
th- taix payers, if evr dtelegaae is iade to
conmt.ribaute his thone free'o of -ost to (Ith state.
Any minn who Is ntot willinug to attend to
(his pust rioth-i woork att actual oost to lhinso-f
is tunwosrthyo to sit in the bodioy.
If thlis suggest ion is fol lowed theret will
lie no teniptationt to prolong the messooin.
Eve'ryotne will work to get. thtroutgh nta soon
it piossiblo'. It is ntot desirabale that. thte
work shout. toe hurried, butt it. is alt ogether
ntecessatry to have it cost aSS little as potS.
[Continued on out side.] |
A n~ag the La-MEakerq.
I)EAR oUIRNAL. Tlhiniking that
a few dots from1 the Capitol might
be road by s-'me otf your manny
T1he pe'rsonolle of the menmbers
of thet p~restl GAenral Assemnbly,
ats a1 whole 1s fine. in t he House
there aro eighty-nine new memt
boru, havinog conversed wvitha mlost
of thorm, we' learnu that. they are
going to make a dletermlined light
for rotrenchmtent in State expn
No elections for Judges or Su
perintendent and Di rectors oif the
There are three candl( idates *ini
sight for the Judgeship in the
eighth judicial d istrict, Norton.
Earle and Breaizeale. It is not
possible for us8 to know which willI
b~e the lucky one. T1he majority
of the meoamres introdnced up to
thle present, have bult little it anyi
bearing on the issues that are be
fore the people of the State Somet
of a general nature have been in.
troduced, but the most of themi
aro of a local character. The focal
qulestion to which the Legislative
talent seems to be dirawnt, is the
Const ittional Conlventi oln, we'
think that measurelt will he0 given
its much conseidftrationh as the timno
in which to consider it will give.
A strong sontiment among the
members is to postpone legislation
until the new constitution shall
have been framed.
Very likely we wilt get down to
work in earnest early neoxt week,
as many of the conimittees are at
work on the bills that havo boon
introduced, the work done hither
to has been routine,
The Pickens Representation is
comfortably quartered together in
close proxialty to the State House.
Au Assaulk om Thankheglvls4
The above assault differed from
assaults iln general. For instead
of grieving over looses anid injia.
lea sustained, the patty attake
are left to consider imn what way
they nan anmamet tema.prl
tion for the 'kindness exhibited]
and the benefits conferred.
We had received some inlima
tion of the intended invasion on
the day previous, in the shape of
sundry bage, boxes and packages
received from the brethren of
The shades of night had gath
ered around the departing day.
All nature seemed pervaded with
a spirit of restfulness which !im
parted a seiise of security and
peace to all, when. lv th0 st.'Mimd
of the alarm bell breaks. out u pI
the stillness of the ight.
What could it mean ? We were
not left long to conjecturv. it .
the preconcerted signal t .,r tlo
gathering of the invadi'g1 b
Scarouly had its last vibrati1mi
been stilled into silence whu tL
the door was heard, rap! rap! rap!
We opened, and the columnu tiled
in, all fully armed, and bent upoti
the accomplishment of the pur
pos intended. What could we
do but surrender gracefully'?
And who could :lamne us, when
the sole object of the victors was
to help and benetit the vanquished.
No resistance was made. and by
the armful. in packages, boxes
baskets and by the wheel-barrow
load, the ammunition brough
was deposited for safety and fu.
ture uso in a magazine provided
by the preacher's wife.
We then gathered together and
for an hour or so engaged in so
cial converse, interspersod with
music and singing. One by om
our friends left for their homes,
leaving the preacher and his fam.
ity refreshed by the social inter
course enjoyed, and grateful tc
our friendii and brethren of Pick
ens and Enon for the substantial
evidence given of their friendshi i
and brotherly love.
T. J. RoOn:,;
Pastor. Pickens Raptist church
For rhoumatism I have found
nothing equal to Chamnberlain'
Pain Balm. It relieves the pain
as soon as applied. J. W. Young
West Liberty, W. Va. The prompi
relief it affords is alono worth
many timos the cost., 50 cents. Its
continued use will offecti a perima.
nont cure. Foi sale by Dr. G. W,
Earle; Pickens; (. N. Wyatt, Easley
Hall, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill; liinter
& Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton,, C(w
Mr. Ira P. Wetmore, a promi
nont real estato agent of Sain An
golo, Texas, has used Chambr
lain's Colic, C"holera antd Diir
rhoa Remedy in his family for
several years as occusion required,
and alw ays withI peirfect success.
lie says:S "I find it a perft'ct curo
for our baby when troubled with
*olic or diysonm tory. 1 no0w fool that
my outfit is not comnpletei withhlouit
a bottle of this Remedy at home
0or onl a trip) away from home.
For sale by Dr. G. \V. Earle.
Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Easles;
Hall, ~Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill;
Hunter, & Boggs, Liberty; L. R.
Any one whot has children will
rejoice with L. B. Mulford, of
Plainfield, N. J. His little boy,
five years of age, was sick witli
croup1. For twvo days and nighti
le tried various remedies recomn
monded by frionds and neighbors
He says: "I thought sure
would lose him 1 had sceen Chaim
berlain's Cough Remedy advortis
ed and thought I would try it a~
a last hope and am hiappy to say
that after two dioses ho slept. uniti
morning. I gave it to him nox
(lay anid ai euro 1wias effec(ted.
keep thIiis remedy in the house nov
and1( as soon1 as aniy of my chiildroi
show signs of croup) I give it t<
them and that is thle hist of it.'
25 andI 50 cent bott1 les for sale ba
Dr. (1. WV. Earle, Pickens. ''C. N
Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloanm, & Co.
Fort Hill; Hunimter, & Boggs ILior
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy will Cur. an'
Form of Blood Impurity If the Bitte. ant
Wash are carefully used together.
Four or fivo) years~ ago I had:
breaking out on my nose an< faco
it would come in hard knots vhiel
would . bMcomeO ra1w Aces, The
trouble extended to the eyes 'im
weakened them ; the lids hocan.
sore and discharged. The fact
had on itching, stinging sensation
as if needles worc pricking the sur
face. Nothing I tried gave m<
any relief. Some ono sont mec s
pamphlet of Mrs. Joe Person 's
Remedy, anid I concludled to gve
it a trial. I bought her Remedy
and Wash, andI I began to improve
at onoe. It soon made a perfect
cure, and I have never been troub
led since. I also found it a fine
tonic and appetizer.
DUNCAN P. JONES.
Laurinburg, N. 0., June 24, 1894.
For sale byDr. G. WV. Earle,
Pickens, S. C
?siotrecomm Irn4 Ier.
W1 HO B800 Bau"iin Hus
SsiA b aA Arture'
ee . rVal value
65 c. $t per yard. Just
think .f it a Black
Silk dress, worth $14,
for $9i 10.
(7 ices more of those
' beautiful all wool Nov
ty Dress Goals at 35
| cents; we told you the
35 c. wool had to fly last
week and the good
work still goes on.
| Spread out your wings
( and come to see us.
(27 inch Cotton Plaids
at 5 cents; nice Dress
style Ginghams 5 cent
5 c. -50 (ozen mens' Hose
(at 5 cents; 50 pieces
Calicoes at 5 cents a
yard, see them.
Bring In Your FEET.
( We will fit them to
| youe liking and save
S you money. Too many
h m niens' and womens'
o 1iIgh grade Shoes.
e I Charles Heiser's hand
S I made sewed for men,
vworth $6, at $4, ladies
(-.50 Shoes at $2.50.
JONES & GARRISON,
No. 9 PENDLETON s [REET.
Nov. - Greenville, S. .
Agents standard Patterns. Cata.
logue free on reouest
IEEP 00T OF THE BOl.
Prudence will dictate to careful buuy
era that the Iian whoi~ sells strictly for the..
cash has the iniside tr~ack on those who
take long chances on freshects d1 ronth
and 5 cent cotton.
Spot caish biefore deli1very' has1 been lmy
motto, that enatbles na to~ p-y the cash
anid nmoe ,such prien as long comipetitionI
in, thme h-ule, and bring joy to the muli
w~Ith a lit t Ice enlh. pay t he ensh) aind keel
unmt oif the hole.'
LOOK OUT NOW.
Shot 6 et per pioundm, Axes 50 cenut
eaZch, Powder ~ 2 'I cen per pomund.
1 doze~ nuxes nmtcheu5 cents per dozeni
l'epper 8 anid 10 cet'ti per poundi. .ile~nn
20 cenmts per 3 ardi. Sugar 5 e n's pci
ji'-niucd. I Iomes'pun 4i eent perii yard, o
fee 20)"I cets per piom nu. -he1.lIm 4 cen,
pt1 ra yin d. oja 5) (eent. ,1 Pe r poud, Coa.
Thread 41 for 15 *e 'ntii, Sp ice 10 cents pei
juonmul, (". Th1rewl.' 2A centls 200 d.
centI s, (ib- 1in< 10 cenut aper ponundii Sal.
mon)1 10) cen't'e, lla..-. half prilce If yo, don'i
believe'.it1. oeint :at1l se. thle tarrifY ant
profIit h.ih Iiham~ been~ cut off our woo
gioods. 1hinlg u I Corn I" le.i uICl seeI.
enttonl it aill cotunts. lik~e cas'h at oumr stor<
you)l'h heart froim Iis ngini bfore' Ci-.
T. 0. HARRIS.
!)ee. G 94Pcn., S. C.
LEWIS & 8ON'8.
For the next thirty days we wdl
offer' on wvrittenm stock at a great re.
dluction in price's we bought ratheri
hieav y and~ I 'Ust sell the goouds. 11
you are hunting the place where your
dollars will go the fartherest, conme
m~ arnd let us show you and you will
bo aistonishedl at the prices we are
naming on our' goodsA. Hlere is ai
fewv of our prices :.
A good W~atter-buceket, 25 cenjts
worth 40, a good A xe, 50 cents wortti
65, A better one for 60 cents wortd:
75, T~he best. calico 6 cente fast color
worth 8 cents, Good Cotton Checki
4 cents worth 5.
Everything else in propotion te
Nice Oranges, Raisins Candy, Co
coanute, Citron, Cheese, Macaroni,
Nuts, &c. for Xmas, come early and
aidi the rush at LEWIS & SON.
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
December 1st 1394.
THE NEW TARIFF
Goes Into Effect*
We pr~opose to anlticipafte it by
giving our customers the bene
fit of the reduction now.
Therefore if you are
Or aniythiing COn taining Wool dIon 't
fail to get our pries before
buy'ing. WVe mean busi.
MOALISTER & BEATTIE.
(63. and (35 Main 6,t.
(Next door to Nat iai Bank)
P. 8.-Butterick Patternis.
The Auditor's Office will be ops
from the first day of 'anuanry 1892
to the twentieth day of Februari
1895, to receive returns of Rea
and Personal Property for Taxatio:
in Pickons County tor the, yea1
TVho Auditor or his Deputies wil
be at each of the following Pre
cinets to receive Returns for saih
Calhoun, Tuesday, Jan,. 15, 1895
Cen trail, WVednesday, and Th urs
(day, Jan. 16, and 17, 1895.
Liberty, Friday and Saturday
JIan. 18, and 19, 1895.
Easley, Moday and TIuesday
.Jan. 21, and 22, 1895.
Cross PlainOs, W~ed nesdlay, Jan
Dacusvillo, TIhursday, Jan. 24
Fostors Store. Friday, Jan. 25
Pumnpk in town, Saturday, Jan
Eastatoo,- at':Klngs- okl.. Store
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1895S.
Hurricane,- Wedntesday, .Ja-n. 30
Six Mile, Thursday,' .an. 31
Prators, Fridlay, Feb. 1, 1895.
Pickens -ourt Housn balanco o
All chan~ges iln Real Estate mnus
he made and all now building
erected sinIce 1st (lay of January
1894, returned for action1 of Town
ship) Assessors who are required bj
law to examine all returns mafd4
Ignornc OVIIo f timo1) of l istinogis
no0 Jxculso andl a p)onaflty of 50 poe
cent. for non1 returns is strictly en
joiied upon01 Audlitor.
All Tax payers must make theil
returns in) person or b~y some one
legally authorized to (do so in case(
of sickness or absenice from the
County. Banks buildings an<
Loan Associations, Fire, Life, anc
oth~er Insurance Companies are re.
quired b~y law to make returns
Each aind every person will
beP prep~ared to) say~ in whatw
sh ip and1( School Distici .t thi. ..
at the time, th. are reqilieu ti,
make thiar return1.1
All Males between 21 and 50
year of age except thloso excused
by law are liable to Poll Tax.
W. H. BRYANT,
Nov 29, 1898. Auditor of P. C.
Ate broken down f-0: .-. ' t. seol
earos BrownI'M a- . I'. (ers
rebuilds the ytemi,ain: ai.u:.-nu.i reoeax.
weeof P810. *'4 cuw~ zsaia. ,Oc the. gnui.
ut yourself if you fail to c6me an,
t which we are
Boys. and youths' best quality R
p ring Heel. The vory thing to d
Bring your girls and boys along
he best made Shoes in the ity' ar
Why not have the best? Our good
than others who try to imitate wit
Jas. M. & E.
Gr!eenville,%.. C. lNtv.,J8
Messrs. Cox & Soigler.
Gentlonen :-I -havo an Excolsir
urso for 20 years. I consider it th b
she would not exchange it for a new
Sept. 2., 1893..
Messt's. Cox & Seigier.
Gontlemen :-It gives in pluasiro
to any one who expects to buy. I ha
sider it a porfect baker. You
Sep 11, 1893.
Caome and see this wondelrful stove
COn ckery', Ti i-wa ro and Glatss-war
WVould bL. gidl b sow youH our goa
Nov. 15, 1894.
SHEPPARD AND ELLISON'S
P'-ICE LI6 i
Geotigia Home-made for rough
ware, is the best '.
;Nice hone i.adjues' Shop. pote"nt fast.
enlers 1giv~en with ~h- es. eN .-. i il :j
ncot be - i. o r bo; - ' - :,.
, Indeigo P ..
All woe. T.
F cents per. yairdl..
AlIl wool 'iT wI.
L cenits per yar.
All wool Sod o,1 l;...
All wool School Boy beat Jeans
20 cents per yard.
8..4 ShirtingA cents per yard.
7.8 Shitting 5 .
--ats all kmnds, and styles with 3
per cent off. I 'qn't mfis getting a'
$2.00 Hat for $1.50. Come early
before they are all gone.
Good line of Shirts and undea'wear,
A Good par BnIlankets, 90 cents.
1 parCounterpaines, 90 cents.
. . Pocket kmves 20 per~ cent
Nails steel cut, 21 cents per ponrd.
By the keg-24 " " ' a
'.ho. 6& cents per pound.
Powder 20 " "
Ilest Piatent Flour *3.75 cents per
Second Patent Flour $3.60 cents
Straight Patent Flour $3.25;
per 'barrel. - t
We have madny other thmngs. that
you will ineed, which space here
don't allow us to to mntion, so cal
to see us when in town
$HEPP'ARD & EI.LISON
Easley. 8ent. 27 1894.
- *~ v.4 .
d get the- GREAT BARGAI
usset .Leaeer 4'aee and Butt,-,
ress your boy.
with you. W wilfit them w n
id save you money o'n the d
high grade Shoes are chea
h trashy stuff.
4tove wbidi hmas been in consta
DAt stove mhde. Mrs. Dobbin sa
stove to-day, unless-it was an E
D. S. DOBINS,
Reedy River P. 0.
to recommniend the Excelsior sto
6o used one fov' 20, years and c(
MNs. W. T. DR.AN,
. Greoonvillle, S. C
before you. buy. Stoves of all kin
at. Wholesale ald* .Ilotail pri.
'ain Street, Greenvibte, S.4
11 ilon 1% aga, A my ting
a&CALL ON eME.
Dry Coods, Notion
Boots, Shded, 'Oro
and a full 'line
of Farrm TMup
I can give you ai vo figure
LPlour and Farinng Imerner~m.ts.
JOHN 0. KAY is wIi h e ajnd w'
5be pleased to have Ilus frier dp call'F
. .-- C. e'..b.. 8. 94-..y.
WVo are going to close out a lar:
ETA RN ESS3,
- - 'WHIPS8,
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Everything kept in-at frst chi
These egoods have get to go as
hie business has to'bd closed owl
'i ill close out -Ui -buk:
iOWER &( 0OOO.ETT,
- *. *,.,102,. Mgin-Street,
8ent, 329 Greenville. 8, (E