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The People's Journal
Saltday mod off quietly and no prope
ty wvas '801e
J.. m Neely, wbo lives two mile south
town, found a cotton blossom in his field c
the 1st instant.
A rattlesnake pilot was killed on Silvi
Creek last week and it measured near]
seven foot in length.
A~sS Cora Bowen, who has been on
ple ant visit to relatives in -Central, r<
turned home last week.
The will of Miss Eliza Griffin was admi
ted to Probate on the 26th instant, and ti:
property goes to Allen Durham.
An excursion will be run from Grewi
ville on the 9th instant, at 9:30, a. h. I
Asheville, returning Wednesday.
See the change in the advertisement <
misses. Rogers and take advantage of t)
reduction in the prices of their goods.
Superilsor Hendricks was in town Moi
day on official business and says that ral
is needed in th-j Pumpkintown country.
Charles Childress, who lives about fot
miles West of town lost a fine cow laI
week. It is supposed that lightening kille
Prof. W. W. F. Bright was in tow
Monday and reports crops in fine conditic
in the Cross Roads section, but needii
Married on the 23rd of June, Mr. Han
ton Burgess to Miss Mattie Trotter, all 4
Pickens County, A. L. Edens, T. J. of~c
Dr' J. B. Riley called on us stonday o
his Way home [romn Amiblers, where 11
preached Sunday and established the Rile
W. N. Bolding, of Pratcrs, was in tow
Monday. and says that huckleberries ar
plentiful, crops in fine codition, and rair
Prof. H. L. Clayton was in town Mor
(lay. He is engaged in surveying land an
laying out roads for the Norris Cotton Mill
Remember the Old Folks' Musical Assoc
ation meets with Mile Creek church the 11
Sunday in July at 9 a. m. Every body ir
vited to attend.
The Liberty sub-alliance will hold an ir
portant meeting Saturday, July the 6th, a
3 p. in.. All members are requested to tax
due notice and be present.
R. E. Boggs, of Liberty, was in town Mor
day. le graduated last weeK with distinc
tion fron the Citadel Academy in Charle
ton and'will engage in teaching.
There will be a children's day at Cros
Roads church next Sunday and it will b
celebrated chiefly by singing. Prof. J. 'I
childress will conduct the exercises.
(1 ur Liberty correspondent says that E
B. Richardson brougnt in, on July 1st, th
first cotton bloom he has seen, or hear
of. It appeared to be about two days old
Jamies Durliani, who lives on E. B. Rich
ardlsons farm in Liberty townhhip, brough
to the JOURNAL ofllce a cotton blossom
which he found in his field on the 30th il
J. E. Parsons was in town Saturday an<
reports good rains in his section every Sat
urday for the last three weeks, and L. D
Stephens makes the same report for his 10
Prof. J. M. Looper will sing at the Dap
tist church, in town, next Saturday. Le
every body attend, and have a good time
He will probably arrange to teach a clas
Robert Olenn, who lives on the Nelsoi
farm of C. L. Hollingsworthi in Libiert;
townshin. has one cotten row that is a lit
.It is in
to to spartan
.He will bi
epared to d<i
g .June 23rd a
.,thecr, Mrs. W
ohlis to Mis:
ktetter Smith, all of Oconeec county, 0. S
Stewart N. P. onficiating.
The colored M:. E. church has been rc
purchiasedl, and Elder G. A. Browi:
preached an interesting sermon in it las1
TIhursdlayn night, and lectured Friday night
which dlrewv a large attendanoe.
W. D. Evans, President of the State Al
liance, and congressman W.J J. Talber
will be at the county Alliance at Petern
Creek and (deliver addresses. A good timu
is expected and everybody is Invited to be
A. C. Latimer wvill be present at the
County Alliance meeting at Peter's Creel
on the 13th and a good address fronm hin
may' he expected. Hie is thiorouglhly ir
sympathy with his brother alliancemnen anm
will speak to the point.
On lost Thursday, June 27, Wmi. Barker
son of W. S. Barker got his hand badly
sawed at the saw-mill kcnowvn as Garvin &
Merck's. Drs. James and Clayton wvert
called in and they took out twvo flngers t<
the wvrist. lhe appears to be doing vera
wvell at present.
Rep ember that the Easley Townshii
Sin ng Association meets at George':
Cre on the asecond Sabbath at 10 a. mi
In additIon to the good music, there will
be an address by Hion. 'W. F. Ansel wh<u
never disappoints his hearers. Note change
of time to the second Sabbath in July.
Anderson Ellenburng, who lives on E. F
Loopers farm about tree miles fronm towvn
has ten acres of cotton in full bloom. H14
sent one blosson and a small bo0l1 to the
JOURNAr, office Tuesday. Mir. Looper says
that lice are destroying his cotton and the
same complaints conmes from other sectionm
of the county.
J. E. Boroughs wvas in towvn Monday oi
his return ftomx the union meeting, which
was -held with Salem Raptist chumrch hi
Oconeei county Saturday and Sunday last
H[e says that the meeting was very inter
esting~ and had a larger reprosontatlon thai
usual. Good ralnst wvere abundant along
the road from Salem to Plckenis.
.1., I ennemlur, Supervisor of Registra
tion, was in town Monday, attending t<
*11he duties of his oflee. A large crowvd o
colored voters beeseliged his otlice all do'
Lind were clamiorous' for registraition certif
Icates, Only a few had comnplied with th4
law and were entitled to certificateCs. 'The,
remnaindeor were badly disappoinited ani
left murmuring qgainst the laow and1( oh
Next week is court week, and of tonrs
you are coming around to inspeict Ta
JOURNALa. Yout wIll see we have expenldc
ai goodl deal of time and a lot of moonev I
bringIng it up to its present high standart
andt we hope) you willi app~r(eiate onur effer1
to give a good, readabmle, newsy pap1)
enough to help us out-either by gIvingi
50om1 now subscribers. tome in and aee
anyway and tell us all the happening
Liberty is comning to the front with a rus1
When she undertakes to (10 a thing sI
doces not blow, but goes aliead and( (lees i
There has been a little talk about an e
mill there lately, and now $10,000 has het
subscribed and the company organized ft
business. Theo movers proposedi to sta
the enterprise and put thme shares at $54
each. It was not long before twenty shar
were taken and success wvas an asqsured fac
The company was organized Montday, b
ehethig the following directors: WJ. I
Chapnman, U. E. HlamilIton ,J. M. Jamesoi
J1. A. Durham, M. W. Cantrell, E. I
Richardson and J. Frank Boggs. Willia1
Hunter was elected president of the coin
pany, and T. N. Hunter aderetary tin
treaaurer. Work ill begin immwedilatel
and the mill will be completed in time
' The County Board of Commissioner
met in: their office on the 1st Instant aII
the following were present. Mattheo
Hendricks, CfiIlrman, E. E. Perry, Et
ley ; J. A. Roblison, Diaensville ; W. N
Bohling, Hurricene, L D. Stephom
- Pickeni C. It.; At. A. Boggs, LI be.ly
J. F. Lay, Central.
f After hearing evidence for knd again
n the petition for a road leading from T. A
MoMahan's to Greenville, the petition wa
granted, and special Commissioners, J. A
r Robinson, E. E. Perr3 and Elliott Wil
Y llams, were appointed to 1113' out the roa
and report at next meeting.
a The petition for a road leading from 11
- R. Porter's to J R J Anthony's wi
&Yranted and the Pickens township com
- miiionlers were appointed as speci=
.e commissioners to make survey and repo
at next meeting.
A petitition was heard for a new roa
leadi g from a point On the Six Mil
and Penleto roaId, noliF. L Garvin'v
to the Norris Cotton Mills, crossin,
Twelve Mile river near Silver Creek. an
*e a other begintning at Camp Creek churci
following the old K~cowee road to or nea
to Dogwood branch at lTwelve Mih
" river, to Noriis Qol ton Mills was granted
J F Laiy, E E0 Perry and V t Boldini
were appointed special comIsI Isioners ((
r make surveys in dI report It itext leetiig
it S echa com:lissiners, L D Stepliens,
d B ViLesley ani 0 P Field reported tla
they had surveyed the road from V '1
n CochIans to Mrs Pigim's and the grad
a did not exceed eight inelics to the rod.
g A petition was heard for a real front
J E Boroughs' Mills to Liberty illd th<
. sane was granted. M A Boggs L E
>f Stephens and W N Bolding were appoint.
L- ecd special comimissioners to lay out th
road atnd report at. the next meeting.
, D Stephens, M A Boggs and W N
Bolding were appouicn special comis
stoners to make survey of changes in th
road from Liberty to Central near ''hon.
a1 J , Matthews was given thecontract to
0 put lightening rods on the court house.
8 A special meeting was called for the
26 (lay of July.
s Now is tile tiime to go t.o town to hat'
yolr nam11e annlounced in tle palper. If
_ they dont know you they will amsk.
t The farmers ar.- bisy and not nuehl
goilig to town, and the Editors arc very
busy trying to get up news to Jill ot
their papers. So they are glad to gel
t I heard iai man saiy a few days ago timt
those confouid tore keepers ihas an easy
tine. I think he was mistaken, for mani
- a merchant sits and fights flies and gnats,
- sprinkles and sweeps the floor, looks at.
- his goois, waits (or time few dozeits of
eggs to be exchanged for coffee and ro.
E bacco. for that is the principal Itrale lIa
summner, and when night coiesi he focs
like he has a much harder time than the
farmer, wio has nothing to bother hi),
only tile grass, and wvhen lie gels up wimh
his crop lie can go a fishing. We have
heard nierchants say the farmer W Is the
happiest man in the world.
Crops looks well In this section. 1
mean corn for there is- very litt le cotton.
J. M1arion and John L. Looper have
plowed iheir c., ton. It seems by guess, tile
seconid tume- And when you ask thei
about their cotton crop, they will 52ay
their Cori is looking fine. 'Ihcre ai 11th
- er cotton crops around here ihat would
plaigue a 1- .11 stone to try to lilt the
Saiuiel H. Looper killed four crows
- Friday at noon while he was restinig.
t Moses Cantrell has been on the sick
list for over a week.
There will be i.nu all (day singlng at
Cross Rtoads the first Sunday in July1
conduicted by Prof. J. T. Childress.
The uni onl mecetinig of tile (I1rst (divisIor
-of tile Twelve Mile Associaition met purw
snattt to appoitmen111t at Peters Creel,
ehu lrchl last Saturmday and( Stiiuday. Tbcim
> oderaltor being ab sen t W. TI. Bowenl
was1 electedl Molderator pr'o temi. Aftei
sining1 a fewv plees of miusic Rev'. J. TI.
Lewispreacht d the introdutCtory' sertmon
whieh was iateresting and full of meat
for thinking p~ersonls. After thle sermon
thle inner mani was satisfied to tihe fnilI
from tile boulntiful baskets of the Peters
Th'le renmaindecr of the day was proll
t ably spent in discussing t hreo of thle silb
jects wvhiich had beena prep~ared for tile OC
casion. Every speaker wt as present and(
had1( something good and initeresting for
Stnday morninig two quleries werc (lis
cus~sedl aid One or' two S1unday3 School
addresses madec, after which Rev. T1. J.
Rookce pireached Ihe missionary ser'lmon.
A coilection was theni taken for the Or
phanage amiounltinlg to $3.03. Tis closed
the business of the untoon. And after
adopting a resollution of thlanks it was ad
Tihe cotngrega tioni 81und(ay was larige
and1( orderly and1( the hospitality of tile
people ihnmealsur'able. Everyone went
aLway' wishing that ever'y union meeting
could be at Peter's Creek.
Sunday evening the 01(d folks sang a
few pieces and Prof. J. M. Looper led a
class, both of which was v'erv enjoyable.
FAminn's, S. C., Junei 17th1, 180~>.
Mit. Enrron.-TIimes around In oum
neighiborhood are plospeouls. Corn, cot.
ton anid small graln are looking well and
all the farmers are Ill wvithm iheir work
Thell wife of Mr'. John .Ed1wards di di on
the 14thi. She leaves several children to
grapple in this wvold~ of sin.
Every man is looking to his work now,
ntothinlg to mar his sweet repose, but, I say
wake up, Sampson, t he Philistines be up
On theie, the devil has rose up1 as Pretori
an, and the combined forces of IHell ale
his witnesses to declarec G:od's wtork and1(
w1ords1 untconst Itutilonal. Thlere' is no love
for' one aniothuer, The Chrlistialn pcopile
are cool, I le chlurches ale cool, 11he Sun
day Schools are cooli, hut pbolit ics arc
war~m. Th'iere is a hot 11(1al wave raginlg
now11 ab1out lit.iClcau aer's.
Our friend. "'Lost lloy'" is still in a fee
ble state of heal th. I wvould like to see
so1me m1o01 of is wt'Inhg.
Thmere is so) mI h hat1 red1 4(, a1ng~er and1(
je'i ousy, andl 1no love', tilt I. am1117 afiad 1(1
erite mlehl. I thinak somet'imue I will
''oime onit, on anger' amnd je'aiolus1.
M1AJ. JACK itANNISTRRIi.
[Tisl shmould have~ m appeared~ last week
hait was5 laid (over oin aUccomlmt of the cr'owd.l
'ed conmdiltion of our coIlu11ms.--E>.]
I ~ Liberty Dois.
tow I 'mmwi yon ma fewt dois. We~ haul co
ai uilt.,. w lhihi in. reemhel even ii bin1g,
s We had ~llII hibbo '.- day1a l'iresbynterilau
a chm lch yesterdaiy, wil hi sonags iby the small
chmildrlen anid an :sihlress by Ithe pa:storm
~. Rev. WV. ii. Worman i:.. 'lii heexercise:
0 w~ere hiighiy en joyved byt thlei audience.
t. our town is on. a1 bioom, thme oil mill m(
ii ilnger ini doubt.l
nf<lr<lcimnt~ ~twn 'onii~l ar t'umaking
i thhuiga live(lt forl of'emiers. Obur 1towt
() mar..baa is evier onl the wat ch.
s llusineOssI in very' depart mleiint is Ialkini;
t. Ont new lf. All wve wtanlt now to~ maik
every t hinig move in its proper'i spherie l
R E Iogsgrad uate fr'om thle Citad<
acaemy laat, homne. hie is looikini
s ome'what fatigued by)cam life at Cani
ml dent. _________N. 10. C.
o Bu~y Frnilt Jars and Sugar frbum .1 tarii
Un will avo yon monny.
B. D. Garvin, trial justtce of Coni
Township, was in town Tuesday on olkh
v George Hawtho-no, color'ed, who lives
J. T. Uassawaa' farin in- central To
1ship, was bittejn on the head by a wa
nioceasin Saturday. le was very sicu,
his condition is not dangerous.
Gcorge Lindsay, brother of W. K. I'l
Bay, was attacked In Ceitral %ltIiday lII
*irge lnastiff, belonging to C. G. Itowla,
s After a despe'ate struggle he aeIEEth<l
reacllilg his pistol antd liriig it tire ii,
frighteneEd the dog away, being s-# liI,
held b tihe dog, that Ie coInl nollt get I
pistol nl position to hit htinl,. Mir. Linals
was not seriottsly luirt.
Ira Holliday, mo of Jaines I lllid
had a miraculous (escItle froin deat;l at I
m1101110 in -th Six Mile crlintry last wei
Hro a ridein a Im', w i e gears <
froin the iehl wa lhrowi, get (intg tw
led ill tile gears. Ihe briVle broke aI
to m11u.le ral, dr lagging hlie hilv a lt thi
liindrel yIrds. I id Ilid no4 lose his pr.
en1ee of niind .1114l alttempii11ted toI il h.
O01 the 11nile, InitI. was k icked ck.
seond tirne emade1114 ntler elfort to sa
hiomself, Inld atte(ee(Ied ill loosing himsl
from the gears 111(1 lttig he it C go <
He was britised a1u4 seratclted, btut is i
The P ticenCut Alliance will Ie
its <iuarterly mieetting 'with Peters Cre,
Allille oi the 12th and 13th of July, pro
A 11 delegates are reqlested to be on 1111
)11 the 12th at 4, p. m. Tht(e routine w)
of the allianlce and the electioI of oflie
will be on the 12th. The 13th will be d
votedI to pu1blic spleakin11g by promine
speakers and dinner will be served by ti
brethren and citizens of Pete'rs Creek
their usual hospitable ilmainer. All il
alice-men anid the public generally are i
vited to be present.
W. T. O'Dv,,, Pres.
Notice of Tlianalcs.
We the ulndersiglel, huisbandsl and cI
drell, of Mrs. Sarah A. Clyde deeesed, (I
sire to return our leart felt thilks, to 01
kindred, neiglllors aul friends, who ha
heen se kiild to uts dtring our late I
May lod's richest blessings rest. ip<
theml) an1d may 1NU His Spirit guii themgi In
all truth 1and the way of et erliji life is 01
'. A. CLi-B A ND FAMILY.
There will be a IIepetiig (if the Pie'
Riles onl Satulday, July (ti at the ( I
House at 1:30 p. m. This being a re .l
lleeting, a11l active memb1ei4'rs arc cxi, eto
to be present. By ordier of
F. E CoxSee.'I'. J. MAIr.nrN, Capt.
F. 1B. ClOX Sev. (11t
Special illueenlIllts on1 ill lilies I
Tihe Board1 of TrS'I't ees for Liberl
school distlri, No. 11, will imneet :It atLibCrl
on 8atulray Iext at3 1). Il. fo' the p,,
p' Ise of electing a teiehier to Ieach It I
simlIer terim. I. C. 8 i LEY, Clerk.
Iharris'sells Tobacco cit 10e. per pount,
The Picikeiis ('ommtv 7eInoera Iic Exe
u tive Coimminille will nwet at. Pickens i
II. On MOdy, the 8th of .Julv. A fu
at-tend~ance' is; earnestl eu., ' as hit
iles's of iIlloI'rfIMe ik to coot' lefore 1l
body. W- A . A. . l~ro',
Ciairmani E.. Comn.
New crop Tutrniip Seed at I larris's1
'le patrons of the colored school
Pickens C. 11. district, is lereby eall
to meet at, the school iotise on neIxt ''e
daiy, the 911 instant., it 8 :30 p. im.. f,
the pirpoze of seeilg abolut, repairing il
school house seats, and decidinig w<I
the sehiool shall 0ll'oe.
'Harris sells 50oda1 at 2%ec. 1per pound1(
you spend~ a dollar with hlim, andis refui
the mon01Ey3 if you are0 not pleasedl with
Therel' will be a1 D~'1emocrie ma~ss lme,
inlg of tile white D eimoerntas of P ickr
couoty at Picken'is (. II. on M1onday,J
ly 8th. All D)emllrEats nre rerpic est od
be1 preCsent. W. A. 11AMr/ro[,'OY
A hieniy3 welcome awaitIs all at I I-r
I shiall hle ati Pic~kens and14 Easley' for s
days3'-Jul ist at:oi:blat P:I ickenls; :3d
(th aitll EslIey'-for' the bleiefiI, of all 4110
suff'Er1inig wiithi 1any eye tr'oules; also( shri
bring the larigest assor1 tlmen t oIf glassesi
r'el ieve anyl, (case of near11 '(ight or)1 ol 1a
withi glasses W A lh-AuIs
Big lot. of Canned Good1s anid Fr'ee
Cra'tckers for Court. w~eek.
Teichias' Inmst tiate.
Thle Board of Examiiner's haus decidi
that the1 T1.ilenher' InIstitte w~ill be lie:
at Pickens bleginning onl thle 1 5th of .Ju
and1( contininlg fi'e day's Prof Johna
Clincksccales of Clemuson College w~ill 1
ant Aniothiel' alssi tant will he 1 scenr<1
and1( theC name1 given niext week
Good boai'd can 1he hiad forl fifty cents
(lay and1( thle teahersl'51( are lenesily1 urgE
to0 avaiI telvCles of the0 Oootii ii
ollcered by this In)stlitu
Prof Clinckscakls Is deterinied to mal,1
au suiccess of it, and(1 alpleasanit time and1(
pi'ofltable courseS oIf inistru'iction1 cant be e:
poeted. Tleaersm' ennnlot aifford to lo:
this oppor~ltunlity an id the 1)1 ilic schoc
will nlot lhe opened'( until1 the 22d of Jusl
iln order Ito rive all ai chance10 to auttenld
1 lrris is prepar0 ed to pay3 Cash for' Jm
andl Witless c,1 las.
Th'1e followinig is the list of the Pet
sJuriy drawn i'i to serve at thle ne(xt. term'll
the coiurt. of genereai silonl , wich~l w
con)veeO1 lEnday~, St. instalnt, withI Judl
F~ L Lynchl, S C Neith.
Wi O lley', A J1 1II ):iy,
WVI D iSuther'lanid, John11 A Gary,
Jacob C Garr'ietll, Law. r'e'ce P El liso
O '' IIowlini, I E (Garrett.i
A 1i Kay,' l F Alexanldelr,
S C McW horter, it 1. Pcerry~,
[saace P Garoi'It, E lija ihV icheerl,
O W Durh'laml, W C lBr'ek,
BiR Smillh, W li3 h3Ianklin,
o A Few, D avid A Gilstriap,
M D Cerntrell, 31 T1 Jonle's,
Bl T Lesley, 1" 31 31orr's,
WV E St'ehes, P~ II Portecr.
(Go to I larr'is for~ your fLuncehes duris
Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Li
te.'d tobacco(5'E-Ihabit. Eute. If you~t wat' i
nicatinized1 nEervl'lIEs5, Elimlinae n11 E5Iicot inle pl
11ons1, ina kes wVEak men1 gaill stre'ng
reflulE'id. Ilin aEI t druInggist., ori mali l'ed fri
A\ dss5 ThIe St Erlinig ItemluEdyI (Co., Chlienm
Spruce' St. Forli sals at. thli suilicE.
Notice to TrespasserS.
S11y re'ason (If r''eent dlamalges fto 4411 rs<' M
1l ing t throghi 11y pastur lEs5, aill p Erlson Ill
h ereb y inotisl to keepl oIIf 4f liy hutls,
''pt thrui cghi thle pli14 highways13'. TI
lit ice app iIliesh tl every'3 eII(, e'xcep't I Iim
s. lvC. L. Hollingsworth.
DO YOU WANT~ TO STOPI
YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE USING IT.
O i Tho Iltbit of isling tobacco grows on I
t~;inan tut til grIave dliscted oCni1t1inIs aIr
er prodliteit. iobatcco cautises eieer of tll,
ilotith al stoninlih; dyspepsia; loss, (f
nieitiory is aiieus 1tfrectons. caitgest i-nI ef
lio retiiia and. wistilig of tho optic 1ierve,
rsulltinlg1 ni inpairnt of vision, even to
the extent. of blintiness; dizziness, or verti.
tub ieeo aisthtni; ittight-y suff-oat ion
VS l 'I'tin iii region of tie heart, follwed
l ate by I. sl y aIn i ns, p a Jlitat in It w a 4vik
eiId ittise, resittlitr ill fitil ieart <isease,
It .1 Iso ituses4 loss (of vitilit.y.
QIT nit.oit i s IT 1 TOO tA-E.
T'o (lit it 5iltlen ly is too Sevoro it shoek to
the systein, as ttpocc to an inveterate
itp 1 1ser, bevoilse'; it stiiin itit . tiait his systei
I i nt- u nai I lly e es. '' B ed-C I r N Is i
Setftsifti and reliable vegetable eviitndy,
Vtlt I'r a teeti to lie perfeetiv barinless, ani
which has been ilt itse for tite list 23 years,
lh avinig nried1 t.hootsanuls of li hitual tobaceo
. sersI-snk , .eers atilt siu1ly-dlip- t
Yon ean ist all tle tolacco vott want,
vewhile takding "ilneco-Crlo, it. wvill nlotify
'lyot wleu to stop. We give a written go
arnitee to perinantltly vcure anr case With
othree boxes, or refoind th iteney wvith 10
ptr vent interest.
"Bico-Cutro." is not a stubstitute, but a
reliable and scientilie curo--which absolite
ly destroys the carviig for tobacco withot.
tite aid of will power, Ituil withs it) iinconiveI
k leince. It leaves tite systoit a pitre anl P
sand free froin ticotine, its the day you took
ui your first, ehsew or snoko.
k Sold biy a11l drutiggists, ait. q1.00 per box,
rs three boxes, (thirty dlays treatintimt., and
e- guaritee cure,) .2.5.( or sent directi. u1pon01
It receipt. of price. Scnd six two-cents
a stamps for manuple box, booklet and proofs
free. Eiureksa Chemical & Miti fact tring
Ii.. Coipany, Manufacturing ChnIsts, I'l
n- Crosse, Wisconsini. June20yl
i FOR ALL TIME TO
rt We will have t
to offer our Pickens ti
Come in and look at our Flour or
e Sample our Coflee. hu
Taste our Sugari.
1. Read our Seed Books. sa
- Buy our Goods 01
j And be satisfied ht
That you have made a bargain.
107 Main Street, Greeiville, S. C.
Writing an Advertise
ix mont that alpeals to
o the Public is not an easy -
thing to do; but thos'e
awho avail themselves of
eseeing our Goods are al
ways satisfied. Dry I
ii Goods, Notions andl
Shoes are all specialties
with us. Very especial
ly are ladlies and child
ii ren's Oxford Ties. These
yv are worth more mfone~y
GI today at the factory
' than we ano selling
I:~ th~em for.
2 A. K. PARK,
2 DRY GOODS AND SHOES!
:e 15 Pendleton St., G4reetn'ille, S. C.
3 WMoMMAN a]
your S y njhpt y 1'
M does uit e~C
tak i$tered* -- d<
r ' 4rioug li o - -ti
"'~ JW jv'I henor's AntisefiQ 01
Alv/afe ownr amip~0rL0 y
go ..r, 'sal~ b:- I )r. 0. WV. Earlie, P'ickens
Not ice to Debtor's and Cireditors.
r.All persons h av'ing claims against them
estate11 iof Sait. M . hideins, deceased, mlust
Isis present thle satin tor paiymtit, to the uni
it s, d ersign ed by thle 20th oif .July, next .
ise an I all p:t Iries itudeblte'd to wlidi(S ette wvil i
plea1c se t me payt ineit Iat oncie to
TI. J1. LGON',
.rtunt 1:, b. 1Ji--hmtuw I
W HAT'S :. F
After a close insj
Have the Best an
In Greenville, is th<
\Vhen you come to Gre
)cket if you don't come to se
LCCept Now, and Look
It i not every day that the readers of thi
per haVe an eye-openting, niiteteeith ecn
ry opportunity of this kind presented t(
L1n1. It Is not every day that the Eanpir
ate Supply Coinpainy, of Atlanta, (oa
, reaches oit wit-h such a trio of brigh
A winning bargains. It. is for a liinite
no, and to introdreo inerely a line of har
in supplies into every loine in this con
awealth, anit advertitselnent for then
Ives by which the reader fortunes. Thre
tieles only alro offered to the readers o
0 .JovINAI, Md the sale will be disCoIntirl
d at stated tiine. Hero they are. Rea
Bargain No. I-CASH REGISTER, won
rfulI, usefili, si III pIe. convenienit, coinpalict
rinamentaili, and 'ni: u i r youn ii
82.01). Thini of it ! No merbanil., it
si5ne*ss 1111111 should bw withoit it.. 'ill
im4oney, lbut. why spemi all th mIonley t<
mliomil ize tieli'!? Save tlhe girealtir 1art
d buy a $2.A) Register. WhiMi, at tr
v, you will say. lend : " It. is a pleaainr.
look at. it at11d see how tiIn1 it works"
:!st, article I ever usied": %'Times ait(i
rd, change is scarve, it. I imist havc
e": That tellOs the slor.y, Order 'ro-nAY
t will not ie thu's always."
e [now ofter o
AT 25 PER CE
le make it a rule to close c
EATHERBONIE CORSETS A
ALSO A FUL
P. S.-Small line of Dress
We cannot reduce the pr
\ays been our~ custom to giv
ec market at the shortest livil
g and G;ents' Furnishing G~o<
rery line than it is today. 3
~avor to select our stock fi
cir lines, so that each article
r guarantee stamped on it,
ir stock a p)ersonal inspectiot
~1 13: and~ 115~ Mainl Str'eet,
Mr. E. B. Clark, of IHeedy Itiver'
'ook Stove wh~ich lhas4 been in corn
een keeping ho use 1 7 yeairs and is
no was an FCelsIer, but cost her
I1r. Clark says his~ old ExceI~lso w
laughiter'sl third stove is bulrned1 oul
n Excelsior Cook.
GjCocker'y, Gla'ssware, Tlinwar
., cos't until furtheri noti e.
11i1 Main Srcet,
)ection, we find that
:1 Cheapest Stock of
verdict of hundreds
enville you will rob your own 1
FiES UPON YOU.
Not Back Upon a Lost -
i Bargain No. 2-Think of a TYPEWRITER
for $1.00. But so it is, Ptovin. You onelnl
A-r ONcIC. A sinple writing nmhine with
3 in reich of anybody. Does the work f Ai
- cost-ly article. A triumph of modern in
H not. ho trliasaCted witholt themn, but Who,
- oh who, is al)]( to pay $100.00? Don't do
- it. liy at $1.00 machin '. A splendid in
- vest1ment, for the mierchianlt, lawyer, miinis
P ter, stu(ient, secretary, I-t lionio circle. 4
f "It, is a good thing, help push it along." 1
- temember "wie. PAY THE FRn1101rr."
Iiiiigin No. X-If, puzzles diamond ex
- pers. Can you defe't from tho enuino?
Try it, I fere it, is: BRAZILLIAN DIAMOND,
ai ne adt sparkulig geum. Will set ini
IS K 411id 9o 1 111114d1 ring.I r,, p0lush1 ('11.4, and
seMi *Vou, vinAnomI' iCiraimi, for $1.22. The
bllirgainl of tle 4s,1son. If n1o(. eilml ill ap
pearance toa -10.00 ri hg, send it. hauk, hhet
get you r miioneoy a11 1)st alge', tt1t. qI'uick.
n o application.
iPltE S'iA'TI' SUPPYI' COMPANY
ROCERS. - I
ur entire stock of
ut all stock of each season to
for new goods.
L LINE OF NURSING CORSETS.
Goods at a sacrifice.S
AND RETAIL, .
seIl Coods at or
! Cost and Live,
~s He Sells a5
ce of our goods, because it has "i
e ourP patrons the best goods on 20
ig profits. Our stock of Cloth- to
>ds w~as never more complete in
Ve have used our utmost en
om the best manufacturers in 63
we sell leaves our store with
All that we ask is that you give
before buying, and we will sell
Creenville, S. C.
Factory' I'. 0., S. C., hats an Excelsior
tant use 25 year's. H isi d1augh'arl has
no0w uismgi her third' Stov'e. Neither
lie pricie we ask for the Excehsior' Cook. Or
ill be ('ook ing goodl biscUits when'i his 14
L. W ould~ be pleased to show you
a, Stoves and all Hlousefur'nishiing Goods i
& SEIGE I
Pianos from @225 'to $1,000; Or..
ma from $25 to $500, Sewing Ma
ines, cawI, from $17.50 to $60. We
3o sell Oil and Needles for l
ikos of Sowing Maoines.
R-epairing and Tuning on short
Call and see us or write
.LEXAN DE R BROS.& CO.
107 Washington Street,
*6 GREENVILLE, S. C.
hiivem two little grand chIdr11(1ron who
teitg this hot isuer weather a(
troubled wit h bowel complaint. I
,e themll Chmliberinsl1i's Colle, Cholera
11 liarrloa m edy a1(1 it acts like a
I1r1m- 1 111n'estly 'recomlliond It for
idren with bowel troubles. I was my
f taken with a sevCre uttack of bloody
X. wit 11 0ram1ps and pains li my stoin.
1, one-t bird of a bottle of this remedy
ed in Withiln twenty-four hours I
s out of bed ani doing my houso work.
is. W. L. DUNAGAN, Bon-aqua, Hick
In Co., Tenn. For sale by.
)r. (. W. Earle, Pickens; C. N. -Wv
, Easley; Hall, Sloan. & Co., FortHlill;
liter & Boggs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton,
ason's Fruit Jars
Sugars and Syrups,
.rge lot of H:eavy Tinware,
ggy Iarn ess,
2 Barrels Best Apple Vinegar
"Chomically Pure I
"-We buy all kinds of Barter
rn, Wheat, Oats, Eggs, Chickens,
(1es, Beeswax, &c.
0DAM SODA! SODA!
2 %e. pr lb~ to every cuistoumer that trades
much as $1. M~ason 's fruit jars $1 per
zeno~. Grania sted sngar 18 lb for $1. >J'
ise ouIt-Hablineeo of 'Joshi Borry"' ralin
ilos at $1.lil, eachl, "'4ash1 wvithi0( orr.'"
I. of 52 sunjr dress4 good~ss andii pai~ts
go 1 at big dfi.scounlt. [ Isry t''
mely m5 .)very hin g you2 e
pe.rums: si l y *s.
wtill pay a little
sOwax, hioney, dry
mII inl It. 0Ince.
tickey ily~ jpaper sinl
ais. ;t 95 Pickens, S. C.
DME NEW THINGS!
11(leei ved Thiis WVeek 1
PA IIASOI.S-llack Gior in, 26 in Para
nI 1Frnmes(, niobby hanndles at $1 worth
,5() I'A ltflEL A8-A a large asnorb
mt in 20,* 28 and1( 1() incheso, good cloth,
,raigon Framens lFormeur pirices "njot in .
6 ini PeleOis, latest desilgns, guaratn
d1 c~olor5 sist fliack Siatines at 9, 10,
4 andl 15Se Exceptional valuses An.
Ier invi'ce' of Matftin~gs at *4 50 por
(40 yalrds) New W~inidowv Shatdes,
ortedi colors Hprin~g rollesrs at 15 cents
v lot (of Uniaundried Shirts at 50 ets
ierly 'i5 cents (Gents Silk Glarters in
te, black and1( colors sat 25c wvorth 50e
EM NA NTS--Mattings LlI grades 5 to
ya~rdl lenigths at half pric() Lawns 3
10 yar leni(Ingths blac'k anid colorsa at 5
ts re(duced fro 0110 cents.
MVcAlISTER & BEATTIE.
andI 65, Main Street, Orcenvilie, 8. 0.
(Next (door to Natloha~l sinnc:)
Teo!rephaon No. 87.
P. S. Ilge riek Pa fterns.
.\oasy of the cit iz/es of flainssville,
dli:iioi are never4 without ai bottle of
smmhlerlainu's Coughs Htemedy in the
ulse,"' says ,10a(ob lrown, t he leadinig
((Iehant IIof the1plac. Tis Remedy -
poved(( of so sssswh va:ines for colds,
I4Ip and5( whioopiingj. co1gh In cihldren
(I. fewi mothers who' know) l~Iits wvorth
tvwillinsg to beo with lous it, For sale by
n.r. 0. W. Earle, Pickocns; C. N.
Wya, Eansiey ; Iloall, Sloa.,, & Co.,.
ri Ilill; Ilunutor & lBoggs Liberty; L.
1EuI oas, ('etrali. uapr,
omietimue sgo I was troubled with an
ack of I rhemnait ismi. I uIsed Chamber
n'* slal lsahnu andl~ was completely
ed. I haei' since aid vised many of my
iends ando cuistomes to try the remedy
1 aill 1iea k highly of it. SIMON GoJD
dIt; Ssan L~uis lley, Cal. For sale by
I)r. (1. W- Karle, Plekens ; (5. N. Wy
.Easley'; Illail, Sloan, & Co., Fort
ii; ilunter & Boggs, Liberty; L. I).
Lon, Central. apr1. -
amberlain's Eye and Skin OintmeE"
is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes.
anulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipj1les Piles
zemas, Tetter, Salt Rheoum and i
cents per box. For sale by druggiste.
TO HORSD OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a flne health? eon.
Ion try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders.
iey tone up the ste, aid dieto, cure
se of appette, rolve cntpto, correct
Elney disrders and destroy woisgving
w life to an old or ever' worked horse. 2
nts per packagn. For sale by drnugsts,