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The People's Journal.
T. W. Wyatt, of Greenville,
was in town Saturday on business.
Miss Florine Bolt, of Dacusville,
is visiting relatives in town this
Waddy MolakI, of North Caro
lina, is visiting his uncle, W. T.
James Smith is now running the
Hollingsworth livery stables in
John Welborn, of Oconee co.n
tv, visited his brothers near town
Robert Robinson, of Liberty
visited his brother, C. E. Robinson,
Mrs. Julia A. Smith, of Liberty,
who has been critically ill, is il
Miss Aurie Hollingsworth went
to Gainesville, Fla., Tuesday to
visit her sister, Mrs. Lancaster.
A child of Robert Perry, who
is teaching the Crosswell school,
was seriously scaldod last week.
F. B. McBee, Esq., of Greenvillo,
was in town Monday, on profession
J. H. Brown, ot Liberty, will
soon have his new store completed
and will move his stock of
goods into it.
Mariali Blakeley, i young white
woman, was examined in the Pro
bate court Monday for lunacy, and
Contractors for building the
store house of the Hunter, Boggs
company, of Liberty, are pushin ;
the work to completion.
B. 0. Ambler was in town Tues
day, with corn to sell. Ho killed
three pigs, nine months old, that I
weighed 1058 pounds net.
J. M. Bolding, Jr., of Praters, I
who was attending a chopping r
at Samuel Stevens last week, got
his foot seriously cut by aglancing
lick with his axe.
Married, on the 16th inst., at
the residence of the bride's father,
A. E. Kelly in this county, Mr.
M. C. Graveley to Miss Maggie I
Kelley. Rev. John Attaway, of- ]
Married on tihe 13th of Jan~uary.
1895, at the residence of the brides
father, Mr. Joseph Chapman, Mr.
Bright Gilstrap to MisR Mary Chap
man, all of this county. Rev. M.
L. Jones, officiating.
Prof. WV. H. Steele, has been en
gaged to teach six months school
in Gap Hill district, at Keowee
church. Prof. Steele graduated
last year at North Georgia Agri
cultural Collego, Dahoonega, Ga.
Miss Alice Farr, Daughter of 1
Mrs. Francis Farr of this county, j
died at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
Moore, in Greonville county, last s
Tue~isday after a long illness with t
dropsy. Her remains were interred
at Berea on Wodnesday last.
D. K. Norris and J. F. Lay,
wvere in town last week in the in
terest of the cotton mills to be
built on Twelve Mile river, near
Central. T1ho enterp~rise is receiv
ing encouragement and support
from the citizens of this connty.
M. W. Coleman, H. J. G ignilliat
and G. WV. Gignilliat, of Soneca,
have ap~plied to the Socretary of'
Stat. for a commission for "The
Bank fo Seneca." The bank is to
havo a capital stock of $25,00, with i
the proivlege of increasing to $50,- r
rial Justice Bramiett and a
jury, were engaged Saturday in
sottling the title to a fat pig. .J.
E. Boggs, E1sq., was the attorney
of Abner Griflin, the plaintiff,
anid J1. P. Carey representeri S. N.
Wyatt, the defendant. The jury
decided that Mr. Wyatt was the
rightful owvner of the property in
Tlriall Justice Bramnlett had his
first case Wednesday andl decided
it ini favor of the plaintiff. It was
a clin and del ive)ry action. in
which F. M. Cassell was plaii'itiff,
and J. IL Ambler, defendant. j.
E. Boggs, Esq., represented the
plaintiff and( C. I10. RAoison, Esq., (
appnared for the defendent, A a
new trial was granited to the de
The lioard cC(ofl trol, M atthlew~ I
Hlendricks, w . T. Field and IL. R.
Durham, meot monday and~ organ
iz4ed. Matthew Hoendricks is chair
man and WV. T. Fbild societary.
There were Several api picationis for
Dispenser, but as the location
has not booni set I hed, the .bonid .
(did not elect anly. P'ickeins
Eaisloy and Lfiborty are) ini )nmina
lion f or the pla 'ce, wvhero thes
d imp)onsary is 1to be located. Pickl
sin; Meomns to bo ini lead.
Williami H. Pilgrim, of Prators
a boy about 10 years old, acciden)t.
by shot himselfI on the 19th inst.,
and died in six hours afterwards.
Heo was at work in the field andl i
.had his gunm with hijm, anid in lift.-i
ing it over a log, it is sup1posed, the <
hammner wvas Atrucok against a limb
wvith such ..force, as to make the
gun fire. The whole load wenut
into the loft side iibovo the heart.
Dr. Kirkscy was sent for and
reacheod hinm before (nl~fh., but
Doard of Comunssioners.
Monday, the Board of County
Commissioners turned over their
Dffice to the County Supervisor
and the Chairman of the Township
Boards of Commissioners, and
they now constitute the County
Board of Commissioners. Mat
thew Hendricks,the County Super
visor, is according to the statute
the chairman of the County Board
The chairman called the meet
ing order audtthe following were
M. A. Boggs, Liberty; J. F. Lay,
Dentral; J. R. Ross, Hurricane;
T. A. Robins6n, Dacusville; W.
B. Jones, Pumpkintown; Jesse J.
Lewis, Eastatoe. Pickens and
Easley were not represented. J.
A. Robinson was elected clerk of
The public highways were or
dered to be worked by the old
sight hour custom.
The section of the law in refer
ence to pedlers was considered and
the license fee was fixed at $500, a
H. A. Richey was given the
right to appeal on balanco of
:laim of No. 187 in 1892, which
was disapproved by the former
All petitions for now roads wero
:>rdered to be posted by the Town
ihip Boards in conspicuaus places
md be heard by the County Board
t the next regular meetings.
J. F. Lay was appointod a mom
er of the State board of equaliza.
It was ordered that the railroad
noney on hand be usend to pay for
)ridges to be built the present
The seal of the former County
joimmissioners was adopted as
he seal for the present board.
All funds, set apart for building
>ridges, were ordered to be paid
ut at any time by the county su
iervisor and clerk, after the bridges
ave been received. The board
djourned to meet the 1st Monday
a April, the regular quarterly
Praters Creek singing choir will
aeet at the church the 4th Sun
ay in this mouth, and a good at
endence is requested.
The trustees of George Creek,
To. 55, school district are W. R.
owen, Elbert E. Perry, and T. H.
James Watson, of Andeson coun
y, has purchased W. J. Pickle's
ivory business in Liberty
Roll of Honor.
Thomas Johnston, Gen. W. Kel
ey, J. J. Chastain, J. L. Thorn
ey, Reese Bowen, W. R. Garrett,
F. M. Gillespie, Warren Simmons,
s. M. Perry, F. H. Stewvart, S. M.
ronies, D. G. Parsons, J. W. W.
~arsons, F. V. G. Parsons, W. D.
Cing, J. Massingale, W. M. Brown,
ra. L. Smith, J. T. Hinton, M. P.
togers, John B. Hester.
Trhe above is a list of JOURnAL
ubscribers w ho paid up during
he first wveek in January.
Rice's Alliance wvill have a call
ioeting on Saturday, Jan. 26th, at
p. m., at their usual place of
nceting. We hope to have a full
urnout of the brethren, as we will
iave business of importanco for
2t.. WV. T. O'DELL, Pros.
Remember that you can get the
-Iome and Farm and the Poople's
ournal one year for $t.25.
School House to Let.
The trustees of Wolf Croek school
listrict, No. 30, wvill lot, at Holder
,nd Griffin's barn near Pickons,
n the 26th of January at 10, a.
n., the building of the school
ouse for said district, to the low
st responsible bidder.
Plans and specification made
<nown at the place on the day of
Trustees reserve the right to re
oct to any and all bids.
By order of the Board,
J. D. Hioxtmn, Clerk.
Jan. 14, 1895. 2t.
FRE~E TO JOURNAL, JEADERs.--Thle
rOURiNAL is anxious that its sub
cribers should have the advantage
>f every good thing going. WVith
his end in view we havo arranged
vithi The Hostermuan Publlishin
jo., of Springtield1, Ohio, for a
tipply of yeurly suibscriptionis to
beir groat monthly, "T1'rE. AMmu
:AN FAIRM Nmws," wvhich will be
>ronAted( FREE Tro EVERY P'AID IN
anvANcE subscriber to the Joun
Ta':ko your. Cotton Seed to P. D).
Ju rat' n, in Eaisloy, 'who will buly
:ouiir (Cotton S*Iieed anmd p.ay thle h ighi
"et. 'wh pienc for thonm lie is lbuy
311 Companij~iy, (Greonvillo Mill.
Oct. 1 l-4m
F'or ilrhutismi I have found
moth Iing (equl1 to Chlamberlain 's
Pain Bahn (. It, ril ieves the pafinI
Ls soon as applied. J. W. Young,
WVest Liberty, W. Va. The piromipt
'elief it affords is alone worth
na~ny timoes the( cost, 50 con ts. its
ouind use will ffect a porma
Ayer'4~~it Vigor is 'cortainly a
eekal preparation and noth
ng like it hams ever been producedI.
\T( matter hQW wiry and un-i
nanagoall the hair may be, un
Governor Evans has cut down
the constabulary force to for ty
one men dropping about thirty
who have been omployed up to this
time. The constables will bo ro- p
quired to wear uniforms. L
The County Board of Control
of the Dispensary will meet at c
Pickens 0. H-., on Salesday in Fob- be
ruary. All persons desiring to
filo petitions for the position of
the Disponsary will hand them in So
on or before tlht day. G
W. T. Firmw,
Sec'ry., County Board ot Control.
Meeting of the CoumC(y AllInuce.
Owing to the inclemency of tho
weather the County Alliance failed
to moot on the 9th instant accord
to (all of District Alliance. All du
subs are requestod to send their do
dologates to a meoting of the
Comty Allianoto be held Wednos- in
day, Jan. 30th, 11 a. Im., at Pick- -
ens, C. H. All members of the ty
allianco are invited to bo present Co
with us. c
2t. W1. T. O'Diimi, Pros. i
Thoro is good roason for the
popularity of Chamborlain's Coutgh
Remed . Davis & Buzard, of
Wost Monteroy, Clarion Co., Pa. r
say: "It has cured people that ni
our physicians could do nothing th
for. We persuaded thom to try a
bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough C
Remedy and they now recommond ch
it with the rest of us." 25 and 50 ,l
cont bottles for sale by Dr. -G. V.
Earle, Pickens. C. N. Wyatt, Eas
toy; Hall, Sloan & Co., Fort 11ll;
Hunter, & Boggs Liberty; L. R. ]Ea
Read Ayor's Almanac, which mn
your druggist will gladly hand
you, and noto the wondorful curs to
Df rheumatism, catarrh, scrofula, aua
dyspepsia., eczoma, debility, 1'u
mors, and sores, by the use of _
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sar
saparilla admitted at the World's
Many stubborn and aggravating
cases of rheumatism that woro be
lievod to be incurable and accept
ed as life legacies, have yielded to
Chamberlain'sPain Balm, much to
the surprise and gratification of
the sufferers. One application
will relieve the pain and suffering
and its continued use insures an
effectual curo. For sale by Dr. G.
W. Earle. Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Eas
les; llall, iSloan, & Co., Port Iill;
Hunter, & Boggs, Liberty; L. R. 'S
Eaton, Central. W1
Carlton Cornwell, foreman of -'
the Gazoett, Middletownm, N. J., y
believes that Chomberlain 's Cough
Ronedy should be in every home.
HeI used it fcr a cold and it effec
ted a speedly curo. .He says: -I
1s mdeel~d a grandic remedy, I can
rocoiimmend to aill. I haivo also
seen it usedl for whooping cough,
w i t hi the1( 1. 0 8 t results.''
F o m sale b~y Dr. G. W.
Earle; Pickenis; (.. N. Wyatt, Easley
Hall, Sloan, & Co., Fort H-ill; Ilunter
& Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton, Cen..
80 YuoNOUNCED --
By the Physicians 'r
At Night m
a Spilling Blood i
Given Over by the Doctors! of
L.IFE SAVED BY
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL.~
"Seven years agony wvife had a "e h1i
severe attack of lung trouble which o os
the physicians pronounced consumption. 0
The cough was extremely distressing, g u
especially at night, andI was frequently o
attended with the spitting of blood. 0 t)
The doctors being unable to help her, o e
I induced her to try Ayer's Cherry Peec- o p
toral, andi was surprised at the great 0
relief it gave. Before using one whole
bottle, she wvas cured, so that now she is o rf
g ulte strong and healthy. That this 0 i
oleine savedi my wife's life, I have not o N
the least doeubt." -K. Monurs, Moem- O
phis, Tenn. l
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Received Highest Awards0
A T T HE W ORLI.D'S FA IR 0 --
W. L.. DOUGLAs
$3 SHO em -
7FREKNCH & ENAMELL.EO CALF,
S4.2.49 FINE CALf &KANOARaOG *
/ $3.9 POU E.. SLS.
$2. W 0'1s OR LS OENG
- XTA iNE
Over On~o Milion i'.pic wear tho
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shmoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best valuet for the money.
They equal custom Shoes in sty3'o and fit.
Their wecaring qualities are ensurpased.
The priccs tare uanhiorm,...stnamped, on solo.
F'rom $a to $3 svedl over of her mak.'o
If your dealcr cannot supp:ly you we ca. S3old by
I'or s.ale by D
W.T. McFatI, Picken~s, S. C.
F. B. Morgan, Centrat,S. C.
Notice, of Fliahn Nethalement. (om
r will apply to .1. II. N :whrIuI~ , Jmg tra~
of Probate' for I 'iekI'ns Cono~ity, S. (., for l'"
leave to make a flial ietleet ithi ho
Mauid l anl Mlary E'. lglrtn. 21mi ask5l Iio
beL <llsii ssei' l ats Onart dih, '1 I the 15tL~h
<lany of Febrttary, 1895.
Al 'I.Vl T.Ti.1 I A iIt'ONw 0 -.m
A well improved two horse farn
to miles from Piokons on thi
A good one horse, farm on ti
Irkins placo, three miles fron
Lborty. on tho Pickons road.
To Sjetc.-A pair of mnules,
'o horse wagon, a one horse wag
, and a milch cow with yount
if, for cotton paid next Noveni
r. C . HOLtNifaWORTT.
UTI U ' AOLINA,
REENV. EA' COUNTY.
C:.- OF COMMON PLEAS.
POrIs;L 1 to Judgnen t of the
)Urt in the above entitled cast
will sell at public out-cry to the
ghost bidder before the Courl
ouse door at Pickens Court
)use in the county of Picken
ring the legal hours on Sales
sy in Fobruay, 1895, the follow
g real estate to-wit.
All that tract of land situate
Central Township in the Coun
of Pickens, State aforesaid,
ataining four hundred and
ty (150) acres more or less,
joining lands of Mrs. I. R.
iild Harrison Vaughn and Fed
rvin. Sold under order of
urt in the case of G. . W
Lylor, vs. P. B. Watson, et. al.
irms one-half cash, balance in
no months from day of sale,
o credit portion to bear inter
from day of sale, and be so.
red by the bond of -the pur
aser an(d mortgage of the
enises. Purchaser to pay for
pers. D. P. VERNER,
Master, Greenville County.
lo E'xecurtors, Adiniistrators1, Giavr.
1 , &C., youI a1r required by law 1(,
ie yoiI 1u1ammal ret uris before the,
,bate Judge in the months of JannIiary
I Februiary. I hope, von i will atteml
tle mtatter promptly anud not waitfor
, other notice.
J. B. NEWBERRY- J. P. P. 0.
ra . 17th, 1d04- 2t.
Ve need that little m11onley you are dulc
, Cone and settle now, We told yor
ken you got the goods we could 11o
luge you lolig. We sel at shor
Aleiment.s be;. us'e It Is best nw you 1u
r us, comnd sel-ttle andi save troub' e
JOHN 1T. LEWIS & SON.
.Jainuary 17th 1895.
TE S-rA-rE 01? ou'rni CAnOLINA
Coux'ry 0or PwcIess.
Hanvin~g tho poweor gran ted I r
B b~y JosephI Boatwright, in ti
artgago excntedl by him on the
hi of Aprmi 1893, which is record.
In Register Monso Convoyanec
ice Pickonsp county South 'Cr
in, in book I, pag'e 496.
I will oflor for saile at pu; li
t-cry on Salesday in Fobruar'
*xt, at Pickons C. H., to th
ghost bidder, the fo~owing roa
All that lot of land situated ii
e State of South Carolina, Coun
of Pickons and adjoining th
urporato limits of tho town o
ickons and adjoining lots of J1
.-Holdlor on the wost, J. W. Coch
n onu the east and south, C. E
obinuson on tho north anud .J. HI
[3 owt on tho east. Contain in;
'0 acr'os and1 has tw good springi
id braniches on the samno.
J. IH. NEWTPON,
AND FIRE CLAY.
BIrict ly pure1 WV nite Lead ,IIn
'4 Oil and1( T'u rp~entiuml , Long
ni &~.: MarI tiez paure lReady muixed
18, Podilan find RosoI18lod
Churuuhes' improved Cold-water
IBoth while anduu ini Oints, Ihte JHEST'
8H, 20018 AND BlIt 8;
ESED LUMBER, MdUtLD
- ouru Ofllce Is atI same1 addlress, 10O,
shintgtont strttt, bunt weu have remuioved
Sto~uck to the bhasieent, wilth anj en
1eeOi [onarens street, Iaout al hundred~
fromu our Oflico at the reaur ' o heare,
tISe, lease0 give ius a call o rwrite us
T. C. GOWER & 80N.
Groanval. S. 0. Marexs 1894.
Why at the low prices we aro
Bolling goods at. It is true that
wo aro selling goods cheaper than
thoy have over boon offered hofgro
(o'' in G3olvillo or any other
plaeo. You only have to call and
got our prices to be convinced of
Our stock is all now from A t0 %
1 so you can bo suro that whon you
buy from us that you aro not gt
ting any old last year's goods or
goods out of style, but overytling
nlow and inl the
Our stock is coiploto in every
lino. In Dress Goods wve load inl
Styles, Quality and Prices the
Call and soo our lino of Blaif
kots and Comforts, Caesiieres and
Joans; rod, w"hito and black Flan
Our stock of Tablo Linen can't
be boat in <quality, and prices are
lower than over.
Canton Flannels all prices,
from 5 to 25 cents. This week we
will soll our 10 cent Canton Flan
nol 12 yards for $1.
Romember, for this woek only,
10 cent Outing 12 yards for $1.
In Hosiery we lead. Noto a
fow prices for this wook only.
3 pair 25 cent fast black ladies
Hose, all sizo, for 50 cents.
3 pair childrens fast. black Rib
bed Hose for 25 cents.
Mons 10 cent, -IHoso for 8 col to.
8 cent 1-4oso 5 cents.
A 25 cent ladies heavy ribbed
Vest for 18 cents.
A 50 cents Vest for 45 cents.
A 60 cent Vest for 50 cents.
A $1.25 Vest for $1.
A $1.50 Vest for $1.374.
Call and see the bargains we are
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Shades, Curtain Poles,
Lace Curtains and
al kinds of Up
For this wok vo will givo you
A 35 cent Slado le spring rol
lors, completo, for 20 cents.
A 50 cent Shado on spring rol
lers, conmplete, for 35 cents.
A '75 cent Shado on spring rol
lers, comlolto, for 50 cents.
A 81.00 Shade on spring rollers,
compllote, for 75 cents.
A 50 coed; Curtain Pole, brass
fixtures, for 20 cents.
A 75 cent Curtain Pole, woodI
triminnngs, for 35 cents.
Curtain Polos in Oak, Cherry or
'We haven't trbo spafco or time to
q1uoto any mlore picos, but rest
assuredl that (overythIiing you got
from us will ho at the lowest, pos
sible figuros. I extend many
thanks to all for your i ibe'ral p at
rontago sinice coming batck and
starting business ogaini aod1 beg to
say thiat .I will always do every
thing im muy power to treat every
Nov. -22-94. O roenville, S. C.
I a am very much obl igodl to my
- riendls andc customers for past fa
.vors and1( wish you all a happy and
-properosl~) no0w yea r.
My a~dvice is, start~L01 ut righit
I thI)is year, plan11t moro gra in, raise
moro1 hogs, plant less cotton, buty
less guano and stay (out of dloht,
giv~o moi( all the tradoh you can), i
propose05 to koop) ilh pri~cs right.
Just a littlhe Cash, Cornm, Peas,
(Chickens,.aggs &c., will h''y a big
load( of goods now.
As a stairt-r. We will imake you
aixos at 50 cents, Shovels at, 50,
Works at 410, Shoe Lasts ot,.10, lBro
gamn Shoos 90, womnents Shoes (65
and 5 lbs., good strong Coffee for
$1 ,00, dlid you over' hear the like of
that, somo1( Ibrich I ,oadlin( uns to
swvap for homo made imolaissos.
6 l bs., A r buchos's pafrched Coffee
for. $l .00.
T. 0. HA R IS.
Jani. :i '5 IJeJlwI3, '. C.
hambrlan'o E'ye and skin Ointmen
Is acertin cure for Chronic Bore E'ea.
Giianulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Ple,
Eema, Totter, Salt Rheoum andl tHead Head,
25 cents per box. For sale by druggista.
TO HORSE OWNERsi.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. Clady's C~onditions Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, curo
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correcti
kidney dannrsr and destroy worme~, gIving
new hfo to an old or over worked horse. 25
Centa ner nackage. F~r sale by drugist.
The NAMES are being
Easier to imitate the names tha
are kpown all over this Couni
When you want a Stove b(
Sign of the B
November 1st 1894.
The Auditor's Of1ico will be open
from the first day of January 1895
to the twontieth day of February
1895, to rccoivo returns of Real
and Personal P1ropert.y for Taxat ion
in Pickens County for the year
Tho Auditor or his Deputies will
be iat each of the following Plre
cincts to receivo Returns for said
Calihoun, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1895.
Contral, Vednesday, and Thu rs
day, Jan. 16, and 17, 1895.
Liberty, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 18, and 19, 1895.
Easloy, Monday and Tuesday,
Jan. 21, and 22, 1895.
Cross Plains, Wednesday, Jan.
Dacusvillo, Thursday, Jan. 24
Fostors Storo. Friday, Jan. 25)
Puipkintown, Saturday, Jan
Eastatoo, at Kings old '-toro,
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1895.
Hurricane, Wodnosday, Jan. 30,
Six Milo, Thursday, Jan. 31
Prators, Friday, Fob. 1, 1895.
Pickens Court House balance of
All changes in Real Estato mus1
bo made and all now hiiilding,
orocted sinco lst day or Jainry
1894, roturnod for act ion[i ofI T, oi.
sh1ip A ssossors who a r,-qired by
law to examine all. ret ar ide
Ignoranco of timo (ot iiI i ngis
no 3xcuso and a pnaty I I p( or
cent, for non rotuiirnis is t-rict ly on.
joined upon Auditor.
All Tax payers iust naki- tOih
returnts inl peroni~ or by seemi~ e
legallly aluthorized t) do soi ini cais
of sickness or absoeiie from thi~
County. Ranks buildings an<
17oan1 Assiai~tions1, Fir'e, liife, aim(
other Inosumranico Companies are~ r~e
quired by law to muake returnme
Each and overy perisoni will ple(as<
be p)repared1 to say in what, T.lown
ship and School. District, they liv<
at the tine they are requir'od it
make their' return.
All Males betweon 21 and SC
year of age excep~t thloso) excused
by I aw arie liable to P~oll Tax.
W. H. BRYANTI,
Nov- 29, 1898. Auditor of P. C.
I will sell my entire stock of' goodl
except (Groceries, at cost and below~
cost, 0on and after the 15th of Dec.
Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Hardware1',
Crockery andl Glass-ware, tin -w~are,
etc. They muist be sold1 as I don't
w~anit to move anything nowoni hand
inito my ne0w house that I expect to
have ready between 1st anid 15th of
Come and get the bargains while
the~y can be had anid don't forgot to
pay meC wh it you owe me, as it is
nOwy duie aund past due and I need it,
andi~ rceember I can't sell goods lit
uost on a credit and dlon't as'. for
them that way, for you will be re
4. H. BROWN.
Dc. 13-1891- Liberty, E4. C.
A HAPPY NEl
We will mnaini a or repu)1t
roar 1895, and solicit, et c'ntiiuan<
Will continue t<
W Crooker~y, Tinware and
imitated-but be sure of -th 'A4
a it is to fnntate the Storeo
ry as the best Stoves ever sold for
sure to come to see us before you
ig Watch, near thq Court Hdu
Greenville, S9 C.
BELIEVE ONLY what you see.
Now we have recently made some
very fortuiato purchases thereby
making important additions to every
DEPARTMENI' OF OUR
which enables us to reverse and reg
ulate already seemingly lov pr c o
If it is good for us it will be best
Just received another shipment of
54 inch Table Linen worth 35 cents
Another lot of Flannelett suitings
ill pretty patterns and good valuo
for 15 cents, price to-day 10 cents.
1 Lot Linseys exceedingly cheap
at 8 and 10 cents.
Some rmore of that heavy twille'
Flannel at 15 cents.
1 Lot heavy Eider-down cloaking
good value at twice the price. Our
price to-day 12A cents.
32 inch Handsonio Drap de Viena
. uiltings 10 cents.
1 Lot Ravonette Cloths handsome
styles at 7 cents.
I Lot 36 inch Cassimeres in Plain
Plaids Stripes and figured from price
20, 25 and 85 cents.
Inl ordor 1o close thei out we have
inarke( them 10, 1,24, 15 and 20 cts.
They wait ;nA. long.
.)ml( more.T Of thoso ponIr1.1 and
are the fol
bles and al
that our B.
going to quit the busimess, iNow is
tihe lime to bJuy ttemn at half price.
Mrs0Jo Person's Romnedy will Cure and
Fomof Blood Impurity If theo Bitters an
Waah are carefully usod together.
Four or Iive years alg( 1 hmad a
breaking out on muiy noso and face
it wvould conmo inl hardI knots whichi
would hoJcomfo raw ggyg TPhe
sore and( dIi
hadl an itchmin
as if noodles a
any relief. S3
Ipamiphilet, of - - -. dlue rerson's
Remeidy, anid I concluded to givo
it a trial. I bought her Riemedy
and1( Wash, and 1 began to imptjrovo
at on1ce. it soon1 mado a *pogfect
curn-n hoon troub..