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The Pble's Journal.
Col. William Nimmons, of Eas
tatoe, is sriously ill.
John T'. iog'gs, of Liberty, keeps
school'boJh fbr Wnle.
The court house is protected and
adorned by. lightning rods.
The Hagood school, No. 88, will
begin Monday the 22nd instant.
L. T. Winpy & Co., of Maynard,
have started t)iem a jug factory.
Mr. M. B. Moore, of Crow Creek,
had cotton blooms on June 27th.
- Come out candidates, the pri
mary will be on the 87.h of July.
J. H. Clayton, of Mala, found
cotton blooms on the 2nd instant.
A. M. Mauldin, of Easley, re
ports cotton blooms on the 1st
Miss Stella Newberry is visiting
friends at-Princetown in Laurens
G. W. McOlanahan is hereby an
nounced'as att candidate for Cotton
Weigher at Liberty.
J. T. Hit reports lice on cotton
in Mt. Oarmel section, and other
crops in fine condition.
J. E.. Sanders, of Liberty Town
ship reports good crops, except the
cotton which is badly injured by
The Piedmont Baptist Associa
tion will meet with Flat Rock
Baptist church on Thursday be
fore the -firAt Sunday in August at
10 a. m.
R. K. Lewis, who cultivates a
part of the farm of H. J. Lewis
sends to this office a well developed
cotton blooin which opened on the
G. W. Bowen, of the Pickens
Rifles, is now a full fledged Major,
being so elected in the last military
elections. It'was an honor wor
AD. P. Kelley, of Gates, made
ninety bushels of corn last year on
1} acres of land and his crop on
the same land is more promising
this year than last.
Married at the residence of the
officiating Trial Justice, B. D.
Garvin on the 7th instant, Miss
Columie Smith to Mr. John Mat
tox, all of Central Township.
Protracted meeting will begin
at Secona, on Wednesday before
the first Sunday in August. Rev.
J. E. Foster will conduct the sor
vices and expect to begin at early
D. V,-wo will begin a imeting of
several days as the Easley Baptist
church, beginning on Tuesday nigth
after the third Sunday in this mnon.th.
R1ev. Win. Leathers has promised to
aid in the meeting. All christians
are requested to attend, and pray for
the llresence of the Hol.y Spirit.
.Rxy. L. T. WELDoN.
The Pickens Rifles were out Sat
urday in full force and did some
extra fine drilling. Sergeant
Lewis formed the company inte
line and turned the soldier boys
over to Captain Mauldin, who in
spected the guns and drilled then
a few minutes. Captain I. M.
Mauldin, of Clemson College, be
ing present, was requested to in
sp:ect the company. through a
thorough -test, whiclh proved satis
factory to the commander and very
interesting to the spectators.
The -Normal, Musical Institute
for 1895 willibe held in Pickens
in the Baptist church, under the
direction of Prof. J. M. Looper,
begining on the 17th inst., closing
with a grand concert on the even
ing of the 80th. Voc.al music will
be mge a specialty while proper
attention will be given to instru
mental. Terms range from 50c.
to $1.00 for the session. Private
lessions on the organ, voice or oth
er branch 25c. each, Tuition is
dud at the close of the term but
those who are not prepared to pay
then will be indulged till the first
About 5 o'clock Monday afternoon
dark clouds were seen in the north,
and the display of electricity was
gralnd beyond dlescription. The
storm started on the head waters of
Eastatoc and Oolenoy alnd traveled
at tearful rate, wrecking crops, fell
ing trees, unrooling buildings.
When it reaiched PickenaR, court was
in session and the court room wit
crowded, horses were hitchedl onan
around the court house %quare , vehi
cles of every kind being near the
horses. When the Judge looked at
the jury after the ramn began to fall
and the wind to blow nine stuck to
their posts and when hio.lookced again
only three could be seen. The busi
ness of court wvas susplendedl and ev
ery man, woman and child took such
position as suggested the~ best means
of safety. T1he full force of the Wind
lastedl about flve minutes and intense
anxiety prevaied in that short thne,
as the rain come through the windows
andl the window glass was hurled by
the wind upon the mass of excited
and almost. utamipeded humanity in
the court room. Thme fury of the
storm was soon over, hut rain con..
tinued for about an hour. There
Were no deaths and nto one was humrt,
even the stock everythere escaping
from injury. The path of the storm
was from the mountains south 01
Pickens and then east for about ten
miles and being about three miles in
The court house was crowdei
when the court of General Session
convened Monday at 10 a. m., witl
Judge James Aldrich on the bencli
Solicitor Ansel and Stenographe
Aiken were present and every thini
was in readiness for pWompt trans
action of business. Judge Aldrici
stated to the Grand Jury, that a
they had already been instructei
on the general duties, he woulk
confine himself to the explanatioi
of the bills of indictment. He
however told them, that they ha4
a right to excuse their member
for a few hours, if it was necessary
He instructed them, that in case t
member of the grand jury was i
witnesb before that body, lie shoul<
be reqursted to retire as to tha
case, also in the ovent that a rola
tive of the accused was on th
grand jury, lie should retire durin
the consideration of that case
Judge Aldrich's charge on the bill
was cancise, yet clear and satisfac
tory. The grand jury wonit t<
their room and the names of tli
petit jurors wr'ro callod, every on<
being present and answering to
the call of their nanies.
The first case for trial wan against
William Sullivan for ass:ault and bat.
tery of a high and aggravated na
ture, Mr. Carey appoaring for thc
defendant. Jury rendered the ve
dict. of not guilty and I he defendant
The next case was against W. H.
Colhs for burglary and compound
larceny. The defendant. wanted to
plead guilty, but Judge Aldrich re
Fused to accept the plea, but required
hin to go to trial, as the jury might
recommend him to mercy, which
would lessen the punishment. He
went to trial without counsel and
was conVicted without recommenda
tion to mercy. His sentence was
imprisonment in the penitentiary at.
hard labor for lire.
The case againsw Mary Algood for
assault and battery of a high and ag
gravated nature was nol prossed anti
the defendant was discharged from
the custody r I the sheriff.
The case against Henry Byrd for
assault and battery with intept to
kill, resulted in a verdiot ol guilty,
Mr. Carey representing the defend
ant. This was for shooting at the
camp meeting, in which J. E. Brown
was shot and wounded by the defend
ant about two years ago. The sen,
tence was a fine of two hundred dol
lars or confinement in the peniton
tiary at hard labor for a term of one
The union meeting of the second
division of the Twolve Milo River
Baptist Association met with Sa
lem Baptist chureh the 29th and
80th of June, according to pro
gram. Rev. B. F. Murphroe
preached the introductory sermon
from John the Baptist, 6 ch. and
7th verse. After the sermon thc
president, Rev. W. 0. Seaborn,
made some pointed remarks in
close connection with Bro. Mur.
phree's earnest sermon.
Church letters wvere then called
for. Thel following churches wvere
represented: Six Mile, Keowee,
Old Pickens, Little River, Salem,
Shady Grove, Mile Creek, Mt. Car
mel, Pleasant Grove, N. C., and
Praters Creek. The following were
absent: -Golden's Creek. Pleasant
Hill, Camp Creek, Bethel, Cho..
wee and Travelers Rest. Then they
proceeded to elect oflicers. Rev.
WV. C. Seaborn wvas elected chair
man 4nd Rev. C. L. Craig clerk.
On motion the body adjourned
one hour for dinner.
E veinrg Sesion:--The co ngre
gation was called- together by sing.
ing one stanza of "Jesus Lover of
The moderator called the house
The questions were debated then
1st. Does the Now Testament
teach missions? Opened by J. B.
Colley. It was further discussed
by D. Littleton, B. F. Mtwphree,
C. L. Craig and WV. C. Seaborn
On motion it was decided, yes.
2nd, What are the ministry tc
teach, as it is enjoined upon their
in Matthew, 28 :20? Opened by
B. F. Murphree. Spoken to by
D. Littleton. On motion th<
query and the debate was tabled.
Srd. WVha~t is sanctification at
taught in the Bible, Opened by
C. L. Craig. Spoken to by J. B
Colley. It way nowv night and ii
motion was passed to refer the
query, to the next union as th<
brethren are eager to talk on it
The peop~le were anxious to heai
this debate, consequently, they
gave good attention. We hop:
that ''rock bottom" may bc
reached on this at the nori
The coimmitto on Sunday's ser
vices made their rep~ort next.
Prayermoeting from 9I to 1C
o'clock ; preaching from 10 to 11
o'clock b.y Rev. C, L, Craig. A i
11:30 o'clock a. mn., Rev. WV. C
Seaborn preachied the misasion ary
sermon. A collection for Stafn
missions was then taken utp
amounting to $l1.d4
T1he cominjttoo 0on place an-i pro
gramn for the next utnion sulamitted
the following just hofore the churcL
service was closed on Sunday
Fall Creek is the placo: Rev. .J
B. Colley to preach tho introduc.
tory sermon and Rev. C. L, Craig
to preach the missionary sermon
Query 1st. Does the Bible teach
the final perseverance of tho sai ts
Opened by B. F. Murphreo.
2nd. What does it take to con
stitute an extortioner? Opene<
by W. C. Seaborn,
IQuite a large number of the pee
nie unrea gand tha~t every body tool
a heavy rain as they went home
I Sunday, for the crops; in many
a places, had begun to suffer. We
i trust and pray that every body got
a Spiritual shower by being at; the
r union. May God mako a - houl
saving meeting out of our union ;
and if we do our duty He will.
The delegates will not forget the
3 kindness of the Salem peoplo sooli.
C. L. CRiA, Clerk.
(Keowee Cdurier and Oconee
News please copy.)
Stanny Dale )otm.
Inexperience is a great draw
back, and as this scribe has nov'or
tried corresponding boforo you an(
yoir readers wil I have to look over
The rain last wook throw the
farmers a little )ehilld with their
work. Some are begini-ing to lay
by their crops and all are wanting
Thoro is very little wheat raised
im this section this year.
A good many of our citizens will
attoid court this week.
Price and Durant, of this place,
have ant alligator on exhibition at
their storo. It is a groat curiosity
Mr. E. J. Princo, of Pickens,
will conduict a singing at Holly
Springs church on the third Sun
(lay in July, commencing at 8
c'clock, a. in.
Everybody should b happy for
thero is plenty of fruit an(1 borrios
Dr. J. 1). Cureton, of Pickens,
visited our section ono day last
week. E. Y. E.
The Cedar Rock Alliance NO.
1014, mot at a call moineo~ig July
6th .1895 and elected oflicors for
another yoar. I will give the
names of them, so they will please
take notico and be at their next
rogular meeting to he installe(.
Otlicers: President McElroy J;a
meson, Vice President W. D. Ranes,
Secretary Sam T. Smith, 1'rem.uiirer
M. It. Bowen, Lt.-ct urer Joel H.
Miller, 8' -ward, lleeso Bowen, door
kepor 13. Budne, oiplaina. W. T.
Day. St-rgeait at airms C. E. Day,
business agent. Joel 11. Miller.
We wih that ill me mlers of the
Cedar Rock Allhince wedd be pr'es
et at. the next. regular meeting, July
27th 1895. Yonrs,
SAm T. Smrn. Sec.
A mass meeting of alliancemen
and the public generally will ,o
hold at Sandy Springs Camp
ground, in Anderson county, on
Thursday, August 1st, 1895. The
meoting will bo held under the au
spices of the Sanldy Springs alli
anco and everybody is given a Cor
dial invitation to be presenit. Sen
ator Marion Butler, of N. C., lion.
Thos. E. Watson, of Ga., lion.
Jne. LA. McLaurin, and other dis
tinguished reformers have heen in
vited1 and wo may expoect two
sp)eehes on the issues of the day.
' .J. W. JBowN~,.
'Whecreasi cclain rumors are in cir-.
culat ion that A. Ri. GowAin has made
violent threats against the white
pleI, we the undersigned, wvho
were pr'esent at the timec alleged,
certify that no such langnage was
used, which we are able to prloveC by
all present at the meeting, both
white and colored.
WN. R1. E.lens, J. B. Sizemore,
W. Rt. Burgess, Willis iGlenn.
The Pickens 0. H1. Alliance will
meet in a call meeting July 19, 1 895.
all members ale regnmested to be pies
not JT. 'T. Looper, P es.
The Pickens county Institutc for
white teachers will be held during
the week beginning ,July .15th, 1895,
at Pickens. It will b)e in charge of
Prof. John G. Clin kscales, of 0Cem -
s0on Agricultural College, withI able
assistants. All teachers in the p~ub
-hic sdhools will be expected to alttend(,
and others interested in the work of
education, espeially school trusteces,
are earnestly regnlestedt to come.
Liberal arrangements will be mad:3
for the enatert ainamenat of t hose who
send in their namies not later tiani
T. C. Robinson.
S. WV. O'Dell,
J. P. P'arsns,
Co. B'd ol Exam'rs.
For the purposo of letting to
the lowest bidder I will be at the
Tralley bridge on Sal uda the 20th
of July at 11 a. mn.
At Kay's mill, on George's
(Creek, on the 22d -at 10 a. mn.
At Kennemore's mill at 3 p.
mn. of samo (lay.
At Lathem & Lenhardt's mill
Ion the 234 at 10 a. m.
At the Golden creek, below
W. Hinton's, the 25th at 1() a. in.
At o. B. Findley's on Mile
fcreek the 2(ith at 8 p mn.
At the bridge below Ponder's
mill on the 29th at 3 p. m.
Notice to TrospasserS.
By reasion of trcent damlhiages~ froma persons~
fish ingW and huinting uaponl my landsh andt go-.
in trouigh my I ashturesCi, allt persons are
herebiy not itled to keeof ot f my landsti, e5x
(eept thriouigh thae ' pubic~ ighway. rthis
Inotice appies4 to aeery onle, except, tenants,
as to thealand e1(1 ach iaas rented and( thiose
haaving a special pefrmint from mel.
C. L. Hollingsworth.
DO YOU WANT TO OTOP
YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE USING IT.
The1.i hit of 1t1in1g tOlmeco grows on ia
natiu trutil g rave diseased coudtitions 0ne
prohtsIv. Tohteeo entiet can'r of the
Illottlit aneil stoacilth ; dyspeopial; loss of
11 ielnory ; ie1vois aiffectio ia., congestion of
ile retitia, .111( %at stIug of tho optic nerve,
restiltinig ilt illlairi'atent of vision, tVOl to
t extent. of Iliitlness ; dizziness, or verti.
go; tobacco alstalinntai ; Inighty mitioeitiot, ;
dltill pain in region of the heart, followedt
later by slhiri)arp pain, palpitation antt weak
ened pulse, resulting In fatal liea rt tiscase.
It also etistes loss o8 Of vitality.
QUIT n11WOniE IT IS Too LATE.
To 1 lu, suddetIly IS too severo a shock to4
the systein, as tobaicco-to i invoteratte
Ilser, hetmes a stiIIulantt thait his systeti
conthitially eraves. ''Baco-Ciaro" is i
scientific andl reliatble vegetable remedy
gaantinteeu to he perfeetly lairtnless, andi
whici Ins beet in mse for the llst 23 yeNars,
hav ilag cui' tousand1s Of habitil tobaco
iers-tuokers, chewers ndit ' suftif-dip
Volt enti use all the tolteco yott want,
whilo taking "'hiavo-CurO," it will notify
yolu wheni to stop. WO givo at written gu
arliteo to perniantly cire any case with
three bIoxes4, or refutnd ti ueney with 10
per cent int e-rust.
"nBao-Cturo." Is not at sibattitto, bit a
reCliab0~le Wlsetifi He (I--wh11it'h abolute11
ly destroys the (arving for Iobacco without
the aiti of will power, and with lit) icoivel
imnce. It leaves the system li pure and
tid free fronm nicetine, as the day you took
your first t'hew or saioke.
Sold by aill druggists, at $1.00 pEr box,
three boxes, (thirty days treat ment., and
ritatrntte eure,) $'i.50 or sent dlirct ipon
receipt. of price. Send six two-centts
diaips for sample box, hooklet and proofs
rree. Itirekat Chietmieal & ;%aniu(atuaaring
L.ompany, Manufacturing Chemists, Lat
Urosse, iWisconsin. Jnne20y1
FOR ALL TIME TO
We will have
to offer our Pickens
Come in and look at our Flour
-3ample our Cofice.
L'aste our Stioar.
Read our Seed Books.
3uy our Goods
And be satisfied
I'hat you have made a bargain.
107 'Alain Street, Greenville, s. C.
Writing an Advertise
nment that alpeals to
the Public is not an easy
thing to (10; but those
who avail themselves of
seeing our Goods are al
wvays satisfied. Dry
Goods, Notions and
Shoes are all specia.llies
ith us, Very especial
ly are' ladies andi child
ren's Oxford Ties. T1hese
are worth moro money
today at the fdictory
than we are selling
A. K. PARK,
DRY GOODS AND SHOES!
15i Pendlleton St., GreenyvllIe, S. C.
- C af- p3 '
Ntien !tor u rdIos
Rll.,wi'Si loin (woril. tg~bttit
'l ioo sam by-r . ., Ide~, Pikest
Drt'41. .li N. Wya ' i Ea l;~i o I. Wiillm
Notie toik Debtorst and uceto rs
est ate of Sm. M. '.deJs deca(ed, s
Jnnn 13th., 1RD;--.aunn9A'v.
WHATS :. T
After a close insj
JONES & 4
Have the Best an
In Grecnville, is the
When you come to Gre,
pocket if you don't come to se
&ccept Now, and Look
It, is not. eveTy thay that the em ie IS of tIiS
inper01. have al eye-opolning, ninet e enit-I 4.
,try opportlinity of tiis kinl presenitil tu
.inti. It is not every 1 1.hat. the I tipi-e
state supply Conimny, of Athtat a, (eor
in, reaches out, with such a trio of Irigtil
ninning bargains. It is for a limited
ine, and toit intlrodnee iiuerely in of imr
"Iin suppli nto e(very hoe in this coi
nonweallthl ,1t att adverI timet for C~hemn.
elyes Iy whic the ret ir fortutes. TrIe
Irtiiles only Iar(- offered t o the revadlers (
Ih Jot' nNA. a l the sade will le disconlti-ll
eI at, stated time. Ilere they are. IRetad
ihargain No. 1--CASH REGISTER. won
lerful, useful, simple, i ventient compact,
>rnamlieIItal, ti:.cventn AT voUR DOOn
or $2.0). 'TIhin2 f it.! No me ,rhant, no
)I4mainessm an 11h11 o11)h14 he wit houit it.. TIimIe
i mloney, bil. Why spenil a1ll tho imioney to
contoiiz tile? Have the greater pajrt:
md buy a $2.() Register. What others
ay, yolu will say. Itead : "It is a plltesire
4 look at. it teai ste how n ' it works";
'nBest article I ever useil":' 'Times are
lard, Ihanige is s- ar , btI. 1 mituist havo
t": That tilts the story, ord 41-r O-na..
'It, w i ll .1 t hu a e w y .
\Ve now of-er ot
AT 25 PER CEI
NTe make it a rule to close o
make room i
FEATHERBONE CORSETS A
ALSO A FUU~
P. S.-Small line of Dress
\Ve cannot reduce the pri
always becen our custom to giv
the market at the shortest livi,
ing and Cents' Furnishing Got
every line than it is today.
deavor to select our stock fi
their lines, so that each article
rur guarantee stamped on it,
sur stock a pecrsonlal inspecctior
11 3 andl 115 Malin Street,
M.E. B. Clark, of Iteedy River
Cook Stove which has been itn const
benkeeping h->use 1 7 yearsx and is
oneC wa-s ant Excelsier, butt cost her t
Mru. Clar-k stays his old Excelsior wi
diaughiter's third stove is burnJed1 out
an Execelior- Cook.
at cost until further ni ..
134l Main Strcct.
HE :*. NEWS?
)ection, we find that
I Cheapest Stock of
verdict of hundreds
enville you will rob your own
ES UPON YOU.
Not Back Upon a Lost
Bargain No. 2-Think of a TYPEWRITER
for $1.00. 111t 4) It is, ru1oviu.: You ontweln
A'r ONCE. A i1inple writinlg inniei'hinte with
ill reach of anyhotdy. Does the work of it
. loMtly artielo. A triltulp of motleri iln
ntot he transneteilwit-hout, thont, but who,
oh who, iab hle to paty $100.00? hon't do
- it. I111uyi $1.0) macith0inoe. A s4pleinlijd in.
v innt, for the merchant., lawyver, minis
ter, sitient, se retary, tho hoito eirele.
" It. is a go14)1 thing, help) pu1sh it, along."
Itemlemllber "w Y 11,1i --rnE Fn mW."
UItrgilin No. 3-It puzzles i iamlloti( CX
per-i14. Canl y dete1.0 from tho genuine?
'Iry it. 11[re it, is: BRAZILLIAN DIAMOND,
;I new a tu4 rk ling gem. WIII set; in
1 K oI god 1 illied ring, pl.41h easo, 1a1l
'.a1l y*o u. en i.:t ou Atio, for 51.22. The
'1lgain of the 4o n I . If not. (-'tt I ili al
peia ralie to it -0.0) rintg, setit it back, anid
get, youri Ioney and11 pr1statitge, too. Ite tuick.
lReferenves onti appliention.
ICMPIlli. STAT' SUPPLY COM IPANY
ir entire stock of
it all stock of each season to
or newv goods.
L LINE OF NURSING CORSETS.
Goods at a sacrifice.
ell Coods at or
Cost and Live,
s He Sells a
ice of our goods, because it has
e our patrons the best goods On
Ig p~rofits. Our stock of Cloth
>ds wvas never more complete in
Ve have used our' utmost -en
-omu the best manufacturers in
we sell leaves our store with
All that weC ask is that you give
I)ieoebying, and we will sell
Creenville, S. C.
EU - bIE~Or.D!/
Iactory I'. 0., S. CI., has anl E'xcelsior
ant use 25 years. Iligt dauighter has
nowv using her third Stove. Neither
hie price wo as6k for the Excelsior Cook.
11 he cooking goodl b~iscuts when his
.We would be pleased to showv you
.1,.1 Tvusefurn1-ishing Goodi
.ENVITMEE, B1 0
Pianos frorm $225 to $1000; Of-'
gans from $25 to $500, Sewing Ma
chines, NJCW, from $17.50 to'460. . We
also slell Oil and Needles for all
mnakes of Sewing Maenin~s.
Repairing aid Tunirig 'u shorb
Call and see us or writ(.)
107 Washington Street,
*6 G REENVILLE, S. 0.
I have t v) li tle grand11i child roni who
areO teethinig Ithi ht. ,-umer weather and
1110 t rollbiled With bowel Complaint. I
give thein ( 'ha rlain's Colic, Cholera
and D111iarrhoe-a Remedy and it acts like a
31a111- I carnestly recomilnond It for
children with bowel trohliles. I was mn .'
self tiken with a SOverC attIck ot blood'
iNN. with cranips and pains I i mystoi
ach,, onie-third of a bottle of this reled,
MUM mIle Withllin tweniity-four hours '
wl.s ont of bed and doilgmy 1house work
W Is. W. L. DUNAOAN, 1on-aqila, Hick
1111 Co., 'l'elm. For sale by.
llr. (". W% a re, Pickeiis; C. N. Wy.
Itt. :I"sloy; liall. Sloan. & Co., Fort Jil I
Hunt11er & Hloggs, LIberty; L.' R. H~aton,
Mason 's Fruit Jars,
Sugar's and Syrups,
Large lot of Heavy Tinware,
2 Barrels Best A pple Vinegar
MW o buy all kinds of Barter
SODA! SODA! SODA
at 2%e. pr lb to e'very estatlomier that trades
as~ mneh1 asx .S . Alason's frnit jars $1 per
dozlenl. Gra~ nlaed sugar 18 lb for $1. To
ilsa out-Thalanaca of ",Josh Berry"' graini
iradies at,' $1.50. oneh, "'cashu with ordier.''
14.?. of 5unnnoiir diress goodls and panits' goods
to go~ at, nt big disscounit. I try to Rave you
mon aley on~ overy tin g you haive to buiy.
TeanIs :Strict-ly sp~ot iast or barter.
r will pay13 a little over the mlarket fo
hee'swaxN, hloney, dry lhides and corn '
. ii l st aln'~
80. a THINGS!
elvedlTis Week t
PA 11A8(0)1,-llac~k Gloria, 21 In Parai
gon Frameiis, niobby handles at $1 wvorib
$1,5(0 1'All1lliBlal,AS-A a large assort-.
motin t2l , 2 an.ud i0 inehoa, good cloth,
Paras~gon F'rd nnes F"ormer priCes '"nOt in
11( in P'orcailes, 1at fest designs, gunran
feed colors 1stf llck Satines at 9, 10,
12% ani d~ 15 Ixcep tional values. A n
ut her iniceI of Alattinigs at $4 50O per
roll (401ss yrds) Nowv Wlndowv Shaude,,
as~ortI cii colors spring rollers at 15I cents
New lot of I 'nlaundried Shirts at 50O ots
formeorly 75 cents (Gen ts Silk Garters in
white, laIck and colors at 25c worth 50c
lItEMNA NTS-Mattinigs all grades 5 to
20 yards lengths at halt prico Lawns 3l
to 1(0 yard lengths lack anid color s at 5
cents reducCdfrom O10~ cents.
MoALISTER & BEATTIE.
613 anfd 65 Min Street, Greenville, S. C.
(Next docor to Natioa Ban11 uk.)
'l'elephoneI) No. 87.
' lany of the eitizens of Itaiusvile,
Indianai are never without a bottle of
Chamberhln 's C'ongh IItemedy In the
me rehan i of thle place. '('his Itieedy
hass provedl of sio mu~ich valuen for colds,
eronyp zand whiooping congh in childrenm
thatt few mlothers4 who know its wvorthm
arie willIng to he wIt hout It. For sale by
lFort 11111; linnter & Iogge
It. Eatoni, C:entrah.
Someutime aego I was trot .
alttack (of rhecrmatisma. I useu. Chamber
lain's Pain Bahrn andit was completely
enred. I have since iadvlsed many of img~
frIends anud cuistomeirs to try the remedy
sand 1al1 speaik h~ghly of it. SIMON OLTD
H AUM; Sani Luiis lley, CalI. For sale by
Dri. (1. W- Earle, Plekens; 0. N. Wy
att. Easley; Ilall, Sloan, & Co., Fort
1i111 hulinter & Boggs, Liberty; L. R.
Eaton, Central. apr'1.
Ohamberlain's Eye an4 Skin Ointmeat
Is a certain cure for Chronio Sore !.
Granuilate d Eye Lids, Sore Ni 1e Pue
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and 1dH~aI
25 cents per box. For sale by drugge
TO HORBU QWNERS.
For putting a horse in a 'fine healthy eon
dition try Ur. Cady's Conditien P'owdoe.
They tone up the system, aid d3si on, cure
icss of aptte, relIeve constipatlon, correct
kidney rsand destroy 'iorms, giving
new life to an old or over worked horse. 25~
cents ner packene. For sale by druggista,