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The, People's Journa
r. W. F, Austin is in town this week
CoI.W. E. we lborn was ii town Tues
and is visiting 1ise sons.
J. L. Thornley, Jr, of Easley spent a :
days last week in town.
S. D. Glenn is having his houses in I
erty overhauled and repainted.
D. H. Sutherland and family, of 1l<
visited relatives in town this week.
J. T. Richey, of Oconee county, visi
life brother, H. A. Richey, last week.
Dr. J. F. Williams, of Liberty, was
town Friday on professional business.
Miss Maggie Dargan, daughter of P
J. F. Dargan, is visiting the Misses Th<
J. E. Parsons, who lives three miles y
of town, reports a good rain Saturday in
D. W. Hopkins. the ahoe-maker,
moved back into his old quarters in
mrs. M. A. Boggs, of Liberty, is visit
her mother, Mrs. Dunwoody, and watch
at her bedside during her sicKness.
Rev. W. B. Singleton and Rev. G.
Singleton returned Friday from a pleas
visit to relatives in Oconee county.
The excusion to Atlanta from Spart
burgI failed to run monday and several
our citizens of Liberty, wore disappoint
Prof. A. W. Lynch, of .vohnston, Ed
field county, visited Pickens last week,
his return from Wofford college common
On account of the report of Treasu
Youngblood being in this issue, the Tea
er's column, along with other matter,
Miss Essie Earle, who has been attendi
the Chicora college in Greenville, is ho
for the vacation. She made rapid progri
in her studies.
J. J. Lewis, L. C. Thornley, J. P. Car
and J.!IMcD. Bruce, went to Keowee h
week to try their luck. They have not
ported what kind they had.
0. P. Jones, of Farr's, was in town M(
day and reported corn in fiue conditi<
cotton thin and not very promising, whe
ordinary and oats very fine.
L. R. Dalton, of Huricane. was bitten
a spider Friday and suffered intensly. I
Earle was summoned and applied remedi
which soon relieved him and mr. Dalton
now out of danger.
A lively contest for the position of cott
weigher is anticipated i Liberty. 'l
candidates are W. 0. Willard, Job Smi
Willie Gautt, T. H. bioore, and others w
probaly enter the field.
Mrs. Eliza-Grfilnn died at the residence
her uephev, A! en Durham, near town
the 12th instant, from heart disease, at
advanced age. She was a cousisteut me
ber of the Baptist church.
Rev. J. T. Rook met his regular appo
nent in the Baptist church Sunday a
treated his large audience to one of his b
sermons whici was delivered in his i
captivating and impressive manner.
Dr. Davies, of Greenville, visited frier
in town Sunday and attended the Sumd
School mass meeting at tihe Metho(l
church in the afternoon. lie was w
the Presbyterians in the morning service
B. A. Allgood, who has been attendi
the North Georgia Agricultural College
Dahlonega, came lionme last week for
vacation. Mr. Allgood took a good sta
in his classes and reficts credit on his col
G. M, Lynch, chairman of the Grand.,
'rors appinted to examine thme books a
bontds of the county ofilcers, requests us
say they will meet in the clerks office, .Jm
2d. The Trial Justice of each towvnsl
willl be present wvith their books for 1insp
J. H1. Newton, Esq., who is busin
agent for the Farmiers Mutual Fire Iss
anice co p any of Alabama, returned lie
last week and wvill remain a few dai
The comapany is (ioing a goodl business u
Mr. Newton is giving perfect satisfactioni
his new field.
R. A. Bowen brouight Tun JOUnNAL qmi
a curiosity in the lhant kingdom this wve
It appeared to be a strawberry, growing
the vi ne of the sinkfoid. Itis tasteless ,bi
of no special benefit to man or heast.
grows in large quantities, on the farnm
Mr. Reese Bowven, father of R. A. Howenm
Prof. bI.f S. Stribling's school closed I
day afternoon. There wvere no conmien
ment exercises or other exhibition 4 to ci
same the time of the pupils but thme aclm
works continued to the cl osing hour wln
Prof. Stribling dismissed them wvith an i
proprate and touching address.
Prof. ---Lesene, of Kingstree, is visiti
near towvn. He is a graduate of Woff<
college and is teachinug a fine school
Marlboro county. He attendedl Sun1
School in the morning and the Sund
School mass mneeting in the afterno<
This was his first visit, but lhe wvill roti
siiss Essie Earle is home for the vacati
She took qutite a prominent part in the ce
mnencenment exercise of the Chicora Colh
in Greenville and her rendition of a sole
the piano wvas highlly complimented. E
took a high stand in her clases and her p
gross is very creditable, mnakinig her frici
very hapy about it.
si. P. Rogers, Pres. , requests us to
nounce that there will be a meetIng of
Liberty township singinag association w
the Ruhamah Methodist church, two ml
south of Liberty, on the fifth Sabbath
this month at tea o'clock sharp. 'We In
all lovers of music will come and assIst
sini ing. Be sure to bring your books a1
weoI fil led basket.
E. at. Bolding, chairman of the comun
tee, of the Twelve stile singing associat
requests us to say, the Twelve stile asse
ation will meet wvith the stIle CreeK Bap1
chuirch on the fith Sunday and Saturt
before, at10 o'clocK. Let every body coi
All churches and Sunday Schools beo
ing thereto are requested to send( dlelegal
as the election of officers wvill taxe place
sira. R. Dunwoody, wvho lives near Sha
chuirch in P'icmcens county, met the mis!
tune of getting her leg bronen on the
instant. She had been to church and1( a
returning in a buggy, when the horse
camne fr ightened and began to KIcK,I
ting s. Dunnwoody wvith one foot
breaxing her leg below the Knee.
Watxins is aittentdinug her, and her eel
tion is not yet favorable.
sirs. Elizabeth Gaillard, died at the hr
of her son B. if. GIaillard two mIles north
Easley, the 23(d uilt. after a breif illn,
She leaves nine chld~ren, seven song
two daughters, twenty-three grand-child
andl three great grandl-cld 11ren, besIde
a host of friends to mourn her doepanrti
Her remains wtere burioid at Sandy Spriri
on the 25lth, Rev. Z/inmerman condhuc
the funeral services in the presence <
large number of relatives and friends.
The Norris cotton mills compli
completedl the prolemninary arran
iments and~ gone to work to dlevelop)
Jpower andi1 Idh thme mill. The site
been lmIoca ted, plans11 of the (laim dral
streets are being surveyedi, andl bumild
material is being hauled. The direci
have (decided to buIld the mill at the po
on the rIver and will not experiment vt
electricity. The nill wvill be one an
quiarter miles fromt the Sotuthe.m rail
and a good graded road hias becen surve
to it. T'he power can 1)e developed
the buildings ercted at the smnaI
eoft, owing to the natural atdvanmtages
the location and time ab~undlance of ti m
andh other bulding miaterlal so near
0. P. Fl Id, Iwho lives five mile northwes
. of ton, has been on a visit to his brother;N
0. Field, il Elberton Ga. returniug las
weeK and was do lighted with the citizen
of that town.
Henry Bird colored, who shot J. E
on Brown a prominent merciant of Central, a,
the canpmeeting of the colored people it
this county two years ago, was arrested it
lay Greenville Saturday by the police after i
desperate light and locKed in a ce 1I for fu
turo delivery. Trial Justice Stewart hn
ew the preleminary trial-Tteoday at Libort3
and mr. Cary represented the the prisoner
The resu It has not yet been ascertained b.
,ib- the JOURNAL.
There was a big trial at.Jiberty 1ond0a
ek, before Trial Tustice Stewart. Bright Hu
ter, Berry JeniKes, Lewis Ellis and sever
al others were tried for riot and resistini
ted an officer. The town council were tl
prosecitors and consented to a comproinim
after the parties begged pardon and plead
in ed for leniency, promising not to repeal
their conduct any more. James Calihour
the leader of the gang, had fled for parti
of. unKnown, but was captured near th
rn- North Carolina line and lodged in the
PicKons jail for safe Keeping. Wis case was
compromisod on the smilar terms and ly
a larger fine than the others.
Born to Mr. aid MArs. J. 1. Kfineh on
ias last Fr-iday aftrnoon, a girl. Dr. J. F.
the W1illiam1s wits in attenidaIc, and both
mother aid babe are (oilg evll.
lig Fou SAJ.-A largo lot of field
ug peas. Apply to
W. ~T. K. HIUDGENS,
tit E4asley, S. C.
Call on J. M. Rainpey for dress
of goods and trimmings, Laces and
ad. Embroidery-lhe latest styles.
go. Good corset, 25c.; Men's good
on elastic shoe for $1.00; Ladies'
'o- dongola shoe, $1,00; 251b brown
sugar, $1.00; Gib coffee, $1.00.
Gents' furnishing goods.
is J. M. RAMPEY,
Easley, S. C.
' Many of the citizens of Ralisville,
V lInlialta are tever witlhot, a bottle of
Chamberlain's Congh Remedy inl tv
hotie," says Jacob Brown, the leadinr
ey tmerelant of the place. ''h1. Renicdy
"4t has proved of so much value for colds.
crollp d wlioopinig Co ,h in children
that few mothers .vho now its worth
- are willing to be withol , it. lor sale by
n, Dr. G. W. Earle, P'iecns; C. N.
at N. Wratt. Easley ; 11id, Sloa , & Co.,.
F'ort. Hill; 11miter & Boggs Liberty; L
by R. Eaton, Central. aprl
DO YOU WANT TO STOP
he YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE USING IT.
11 The habit of using tobacco grows on a
man until grave diseased conuitions tre
produced. T1obacco causes ciner of the
of mouth and stomaeb; dyspepsia; loss of
on memory ; nervous affections. congest ion of
anx the retina, and wasting of the opitie iierve,
n. resulting in impairmnteit of visioni, even to
the extent of blindness ; dizziness, or vert i
go; tobacco asthama ; mighty siuifoention :
it- (ull pailin in region of the heart, followedI
uid later by sharp pains, palpitation and weak
)st ened puise, resulting in fatal heart disease.
)bt it also causes loss of vitality.
QUIT BEUOnR IT IS TOO LATE.
(I1 To quit suddenly is too severe a shock to
ayN the system, as tidhaeco-to an1 in vqterate
ist user, becomes a stimauhiut thiat his system
ith1 continually craves. "Baco-Curo"' is a
F. scientific and reliable vegetable remedy,
guaranteed to be Ierfectly harmless, anI
ng which has been in use for the last 23 years,
at having cured thousands of haitual totbaeoto
he users-smokers, chewers and snutf-dip
i- You can use all the tobacco you want,
while taking "'Baco-Curo,"' it will notify
you wihen to stop. We give a written gu
iu- arntee to permanittly cure any case with
nd( three boxes, or refund the mneney with 10
to pier cent interest.
ly "Baco-Curo."' is not a substitute, but a
Lii) reliable and~ scienti fle cure--which abl)u~ttte
se- ly destroys the carving for tobacco without
the aidi of will power, andti with tno incoinveii
ience. It leaves the system as5 puret andti
as and1( free fromi nicotiine, as the day you took
ir- your ilrst chew or smoke.
nie sold by all dIruggists, at $1.00 per box,
is- three boxes, (thirty datys treatmet, and
til guarntee cure,) $2.50 or sent direct upon
in receipt of price. senid six two-(cnts
stampis for sampijle box, booklet anmd proofs
free. Eureka Chemiical & ixanufaicturinmg
ite Company, Manufacturing Chemists, La
.Crosse, Wisconsini. .June20y 1
"e pen omc oeta
2 trifling ailments neglected.
he Don't play with Nature 's
(18 greatest gift-health.
If you are feeling
i- out of sorts weak
he auid generaily ex
lo BUh I hauistedi, nervous,
have no appetite
and can't work,
ini begin at once tak
p0 Tilg the'most rella
ud j hEmedicine which is
Brown's iron Bit
ters. A few hot
it- comes from the
oni rs very first diose--ig
ist feeth, a nd i
ay __________pleasant to take.
onDyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Onl Constipation, Bad Blood
2 Malaria, Ner'vous alknents
'as Women's complaints.
bie- Get only the geniuine-it has crossed red
alt- hines on the wrapper. All others are sub
mnd stitutes. On recei pt of two ac. stamps we
)r will sendl set of Ten Beautiful World's
P1 air Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD.
re PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
.20 years experience. (Oraduate from a i
ny Schools--uder patronage of highest Miii
ee- cal authority, maikes and1( propi'rly adljust
meo any style spectacles. Oflice over' l~r. A d
ha dlison's Drug Store, Greenville, s. C.
ye, Junie 28, 1891.
I a If you want the finest PICTURIES mad
ray in the State, go to
mud Wheeler's Studio,
ef 118 Mcflee Avennec Greenville, si.
te As~ Crayon Portriaits a specialty
FOR ALL TIME T(
.We will have
to offer our Pickens
Come in and look at our Hou
Sample our Coffee.
Taste our Sugar.
Read our Seed 3ooks.
BuyI~ our Goods
And be satisfied
That you have made a bargain
107 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Sometine10 o I was tr1n4d wih al
attack (if r-hei'mlatism. I uised C"hamberw
lain's i'ain 1lim anmid was com4pleell
curedl. I have since advisd mltanoy of m1
friends nid eustomers to try the remiied'
and all speak highly of it. SIMON GOLD
BA UM ; Sanl Lu1is l V. Ca I. For sale b.
Dr. m. W - Earl. Pielwns ; s. N. WVy
alt, l na:ley; lall. Sloani, &' Co. Fori
Ilill; t llunter & lioggn. Liberty; 'T. Rt
l'"Iatonl, Ceitral. apr1
You Are Loolking For?
Then see our H,rain coun.
ter dtuing this week.
Bcgining ML on ay 1 i1n1gIiil
wve will coun1thiu vech day tc
thro-(w uponl thi!s <'l-int bar.
gains in Colore(d Aash ( oods.
white Goomis, Fktiured Piquecs
Lawns, e te.
Thisis nocItch. rjheoood.
are here to show for them.
sclves and if you miss the op
portulnity you wijl I ! thi'! poor.
er. for it.
A. K. PARK,
DRY GOODS AND SIM01
15 Pendleton St., (Greeiville, S. C.
acts like rnIvai
cureCoi c, ramps
K\eePat ~o D $ I t
R f.MIpV iid world for
WouN DS er SAfluit
Dri. C. N. Wya'tC: Ea1e%; S .\. Willi:>ii
& Co., (Ceniltral; lir. W. A. Shelon, Li b
erty, S. ('.
Notice to D)ebtors and Crediters
All personsI hain eitimo s agai ist. 41h4
est at o Sam '.i-e s decn2dmu
please0 mal~o itymeint a t ince 1o
Special Drives !
Such thiiig4 I bouight frui jari i - n I su4414i
y4otI in4on4y aga9ina anty14 1ua:o-Iil i St sal
-Cotie 444 at1al get thein4, thle pier' wvill I
loweI thanii ti-y 4enn no4w hei iinoght
whleale;11( J (1an also rniishi thle suga'1
".Joshi lerryv" grain ini les'1 withi the4 111444
blades.1 att. SI .90. l y sto1k of] 4dress,$ good44
laCes and11 stra1w hiats is4 well elec4tedI a41
Cheap. 1 don11't. hty themii to) k(e. Toba41
co 10c. pr. Ibi. utp. 5i1inin4ons I .i '4r llegl
1(or at,. 150. pr. pkg. a1s.14onig asM it. h1sts4.
bJoy with ai h144an kliill (4 loto grass41. I i;
enn I furish4 the hioes. lIrin~g on1 your1 44or
Don't Tobacco Spit or Smnoke Your Li
11h4 trutthful1, startlin4g titleI of a 1hot
ab1)tt14. NoII-tha, 114 he4I nl harless4.4, guaraF1
1114d tobc4-hab1I4t 4'ure. If yo want''.l
u11trothnZ4,d ne4rv4es, 441liiniiates1.1 nico(tine4 p<
wetight, a114d vigo)r. Pos1itiv cure or 4 mo4414m4
refutuled. Ilhook at1 dIrtggist , or' tiual ed frt
A41h1ress 'l'he4 Ster11inhg 1(41enily (:4., (l'hh
Sprilce St. IFor1441 al t this 4,4ice.
Notice to TrespasserS.
14iy4114 rea41 o f rec'4et <hn1n ages: fro perso~4'4'
fis41hng and1( Ihting upIonj my l1444ds 4114 j
1 4 ing throghi my4 Ipastures, all I~a a~is~~1
11u4in4g a4 14pei p~erm4it fron1(4en14..
-.L Holingswo rth.
Chamberlalr'a Eyo an Sh'in Otinmo
114 a ceritaini Cnre for Chrioni0 Uiore Ey4'
Granulated Eye Lid.', Soro N ipp1lC, 1"ih
&-l~(zema1, Tetter, ISalt, 'l1 ih u ad tScaild I 1ea
25 cenits per box. For sale0 by druggi
TOHo Eov n.
For pulttng aI hor11 ini a fineO healthy eo
dition try Dr. (ady's C!onhdition Powdei
TheI1y tone up~ the r~y temn, aid digestion, ent
loss of appetite, relievo const1illation, corre
kidneyisordlers and dest4r'-y ormns, givit
new hfo to an 01(1 or over wvorkeni horse.!
centa per package. For sale by di -uggists.
ginE n~ Egg' %r
Come to us because they knowv a
good thing when, they see it. They
can get the' VLAPy best styles of up
to-date Clotlhiug. and Furnishing
Goods at much less price than else
Where. Exjrg'yggance is not n'eces
sarily a part of 'vell diessing--fact
is, frequently the best dressers are j
the most ecooomical. They know,
"chick" styles' and where to lind
them. They are not led astray by
superfluous gab from unreliable
houses, but. come steadily on to us,
where they get what they want at
the right kind of price. Ycu can
do the same. \Ve invite you to do
_Grenville, S. C.
THE BIG RAlLROAD WRECK STCCK!
Now F or th.e Bargains.
Never Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
TI hink of It.
9w 10 Car Loads of Goods.
$2OO O -"'- C.'> tI -E.,
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
0,000 Yards 1a1ns aifnd (4inglhais.
10,000 Yards Shlirtingos nuid Shut'etings.
.1,600 Suits Clothing for M'en, Boys and Youtl4.
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four ilndred Dozonl Boy's Waists.
Five 1lundred Dozeni Iadies, Misses and M \[en's Hose,
. Two( Thou~lsand p airs B~et Shoes, all kinds5.
Sixty-Five 1I1undr ed poundls hest Pllug TobIacco.
-Large lot Smoking 'l (1baceod.
Large Stock M hliniery Goods,
Thousands of ot her t'hingis cannot mention here. Come,
for the BJG SALE~ is for you,
GRICIiNVI1La, S. C.
EaWe are Now in Our
AND ARE READY FOR OUR
Wehave in our stock the following goods and you wvill find
that we are ISOWVER IN PRICE and better in grades
than any house iln the city.
Men's Suits from $2.50 to $20.OO.
Men's Pants from 50 cents to $5,oo.
Youth's Suits from $2.oo to $io.oo.
Hoys aind Childlren's Clothing from 75 cents up).
W\e have a lull line of
H Fats, Caps anmd Gen ts' F'urnishing Goods.
Call and see our N eglig~ee Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
II Full line of Ru fus Wterhou.~11se Neckties for 50 cts.
A Dandly lhne for 25 cents.
Full line Boys' Shirt Waists from 10 cts up.
Re.member our mnott<>':
'Sautisfaction (:.uaranflteed or M\Ioney' Refunded.''
fe (I~ rW Call and Examine Our Goods,
DREIFUS &z Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
Greenville, S. C.
BJN 1P7 7i c, - T, /U 1- ?k2]DCOiD ./
Air. E ii. Cu~k, o lI ry f tlie atory 0' ., S. C., has an Excelsior
Cook Sove winch P(has been inIconstant.ue2 er.Ii aga a
benkeepin hu, mse 17 y'arrs andi' is no(w 1 usig~ hr third S-t ov e. Net r
one as ant lElsI(Ir brt I.Cost her lhe price we ask for the Excelsior Cook.
ArClark says his ol Ex celsi. r will b e cooki ng good biscuits whten his
daultghter's third store is buirnied out. Wec woulI be pleasedl to shtow you
ant Excel'I ir )t C~ok.
- rokeyGassware, TIinwvare, Stoves and( all Ilousefurnuishting G~oouds
at. co)st utiil farther nti h-le.
00iX & SEIGLER,
I13i .Main Street, GREENVJILEE, S. 0.
After a close insl
JONES & 4
I lave the Best an<
In Greenville, is the
When you cone to Gre
pocket if you don't come to se
We now offer to the public ite largest t
After retingiiii from the Nertheroni
iinlting all tIhe N ovelt-ies f Ile Season,
MILLINERY hat was wreew at
We are prepared to sell 1,adies an Ii
Caps fromit 5c. to .$3.
All are cot idally inviteil to caill aini
ling April Is(. Linle of D. E -IS GO(.001
Accept Now, and Look
Opportun ity With
It is not, every day that. the readers o( thii1
[mper luve a1 eye-opeoning, Ititteteeith cell
L.ury opporituity of this kinil preetd ti
tihe t. not every dluy that. the Eimpire
Siate Stipply Coiiltany. , tif Atluta, (ior-.
i, r'eahe114 (tit. with si ch a1 10 of bright
anld witinling bargIinls, 1t ik filr a1 limnitedi
timte, : 1 it illtrot4litIe4 Iiierely : line o4f hair.
iteonwetih, a n ativert iseinent1 o t het-.
4elves by which t heI- realer frill 1111w1-. '1l14
irticles y111V Ire ollerect1 t 0 1 Ith ren'attirs Ol
.It.he JouiNAl 111111l the sall Will bit li 0(4lis nt ill
te ait, stated ltime. Ilere they atre. lIcact
Ilargaiii No. 1-CASH REGISTER. wm
lerft 1l, liseful, simple. 44nvenieitu , 4.1o pac ,
iniliental, aii DiCtiiti.iii AT YOtUl 4,<(Mt
or . 2.00. Thn , f it ! Now m r ion
Ima.iness4. man11 .4h14nh14 1W wit hoil it.. TIillt
1-4 miloitey , hut wh ity SpiIt all 1.11 ho mi oney4 to
comirlinl? tile? Save the greatelr oari
and hity a %,2.041 1?, gister. What. otier'4
say, y4ou1 will Hay. Iitl "I t is n p1421-aisur
to loo.k at, it, 114 and '4 s e '. ow ine it. wor'uiks"
"Best, artieo I everi uisedt'"1 1iunes aii'
hard, elmnge is si-are.-, bout I miiitt Im.
(4n4'' ' imt. tellIs th lit 51 ry'., Orider' F T4-14.v
P ianos(1 fri om $:225 t o j$1,000( ; O r
ganis ftrom $2. to) $500, &-wting Mla
1hies, NE'-:w, fr'om $1 7.Fdl0i to 80. Wc
tIso) sell Oil anitI N elesh 10or all
make~ts of Se'wing M aenites.
Re7.paiing and1( TIiuig ou shtorl
Call and1 see us 0or write
107 Washintgton Street,
*G GREENVILLE, S. C.
7thtiL e Jf ~tct x
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Sweeps, Straw. I [ats, I 'm
brllas1, P arasols, Falns,
CJoine and( see.
WV. TI. Mc FALL.
areO tronhle4' w4.11 ith howl (omhinjiit.I
gLIVe themti Chiambelrhuin' ColIk', Chiolera
am14 I~irrhieca. Heiedy am114 it. aneI- like at
charm-ti- I ('arnes0t ly recO~aotluol it, fim
childIhirenI wih 1bowe.(l trioiies. I was tmy.
Woti. W. L,. I)UJNAtiA N, lionagnqta, Ilick,
attt., I'lasley; ilalul. Sloh4.4i. &4 (o., Foi 11111
All perison1s aret h-eeby warn ted tnot 1
harborl0 or' emloly .Iris. .\Ir :1''. I1tpe
or her'i sotn- Aaronit and1 Noath HOItopr mi
der4 penatty of law as thety are1 tiiler coti
tract with mue for- the ye-ar 1895i..
Mtay 31,1 1895. W. l>. X'iEyA Il'T,
Juno 13 larin..m-. 8e n
>ectin, we find that
I Cheapest Stock of
verdict of hundreds
enville you will rob your own
ma In this City.
Mart .~ t~ght a complete lie.
S"""'. 2,OOO worth of
1 11i' 10c. to $25. Children's
VV stock. We will begin sel
kCplP'ee Street, Gieenville. S. C.
AL_ UPON YOU.
Not Back Upon a Lost
araini No. 2--'lilik of a TYPEWRITER
for S . s.litt, o it, is, enoMv1M ol.: y O RDn ER
AT toNCE. A sillple writigig itehltie with
ill of anyboditly. D)oes the work Of IL
ostly ari t i l. A trintul of mi odern iln -
vention. TI worl 1u1sn1ess Io-dhy oi l I
n he (. tran telct 'withfout, tieiz, bit Who,
hit whl o i i 100.007 lD on't do
i (. :In 81.00 nie ie H pleticlid inl
vestinelt for tle Il\l\t't, fow er, 1 i.. i -
ter, s i i 2le ti, . rti i, t ieir e.
"It. i4 a gt i414 th ing, hlp11 plush it aloig."
livimnin er "\%wI.. e.\v -rum-: iaxronr."
Bargain No. 3-11, puIzzles dIiintond ex
pr4. C111 you Iitel t from the genu101n10?
I'r-y it. l ivre it. is: BR AZILLIAN DIAMOND,
at n ' aI I s1park1-Mling gentl. Will met inl
IS K li gobI 8 ill' l ring, lpish vase, and
ti ion, A i:iAin, for -.22. The
bargainl of t he Ifaon icit. erInalI inl apl
Iadies nl'2 2ttiss 11Tan(H'Iit Colored~ Ifose all
Whili' itd ii v ill 2) andita 12 button
.W itet . n1111 Cr41 lt Hitltto o. foi M to 4
I)'. t 4 ie d Si fr01 otn 10 t o 0 ets. yard.
I .21 lits Whi te an tti C2reamt Silk HOse'.
P'. Cenotitno-ri 's i'eebrauted Kid (Gloves,
. White ChInt~tois Glot ve' (was.hable~).
I auties Ti'ek S'arfx andl Winidsor Tiles.
New\ Vt'ilintgs' int Hintgle antti doubtllowldthsq
1ll' 'IhreChaioi, the poptular linting for
MO4LlSTER & 8EA T TE.
G3 antd 65 Mai Street, Greecnvllle, S. C.
(Next. (d(or to Nat 111io Itit lak ).
T'I'h lone No. 87.
MRS. JOE PERSON's REMEDY
Si'vterni yent rx ago, I was afIllected with
hiils an11 it ex (ionE~ niyek which tron..
biletm otinu2~ltttoutsly for fout' ye'ars.
'The 1ro tulet alf'tced my genera'l health),
(cau slintg me1( 10 feel th ted and1( worni out till
usin11g Al t'. Joe0 1' rsot's H(tmedr1 and hte
gan to feel b etter' I wIth(( the bst ho01ttle.
NIyv generatl112 helii th itg to hntprovo, miy
app1 et it Ve~ etane he ter'. I slept, better at
ttpi ti I have bieen in perJt fect htealtht
e'verl )-ti'. and1( have't never3t bieen troubled
since il b~ h (i'o alny foirmt of bloodi 11m
purlity. WVAr I,2EiA. YOUNCJ.
Notice to Creditors.
htohliing ('laimls tlga ist, thle estate of Hien.
mu ist prov~42Ie lt'i cIlimts betfore me on or'
by Ih 1(0lth day oIt'(f Jul1::., next ,o ir b bar..
trel ftrom1)1 parilpting it thle fnnd of said
'This 4th iay Junte, A. D)., 1895 wv4
We will receive next week a nice
selcteCId stockI of Ladies and( Misses
I ats with Iibbbons, Fl~owecrs, and
Newi lDry GAood~s and Shoes comn
mg iln (aily.
The best Grain Cradles and Grass
Blatdes ever' seen.
Side lITarrows, D~ouble Stoeks and.
other' F~arming Tlools.
Grioceries advancing-We havo
the best and our stock was bought
bef ore the rise.
Ilomespuds, Plaids, and Yarns
cheaper than ever.
Lots of Goods and but little money..
- ~ Your's Truly,
J. J1lcD. ruce.