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TIIl'8RDAY, AU(i'WST 15, 1895.
'oto at the General E lection,
;ust, 20th, for:
W '1' .1I1. 1,11)
W1' T' BOWE N
I the United States circuit
, at. Richmllonld, Judge Goff
ded downl mn the 60li instant, at
f in the South CaronIa regis
ion cess, distilissii!g the Com
111111 s hill for iln injunction. c
his opilliol ho states am111on0g
%Ir things, that his views upon
qtuestions prosentod in th is elso
Sxprlesosed ill tho ease againit
s vs G rei, which gave the in
mlidoiits and ii' 'rois So miuch
and which was aftorwards r
od by the Cirlit Cllrt (if A p-I
s. Judge G"oil Call not seo tle
01l W1n V h10 WIS reve'rsed bV
court and still clinligs to I is
.S, hut, ill (left relco to that ( o -
>n1 ho yild and de.cides 0he,
c to con;form11 to thlt o)pinlion of
Circuit Cuirt ot Appeals, as n
< ca1se is similar t") the Millsi
0. 11o thrlforto reflses the inl
eimn and dism clisss tie coi
int, which his duty, if not
inclinationi, rather impollhd
I to do. In this caiso Ills dilly
inclination did 11ot u 11111 to
wr, as inl the mills caso, and hu
iloul ofl filowing inclina
inl the ov.therl caset.
his dlcisiol is fI course, tho
of all hmop (t) the inIdepeldent
toit, that was fonldly expect-iig
ido into power upon the inegro
. The Oittim ie's of the Staite
1 heen IOXl sxpose andto mt iith
>iilouis defott, so S~outh Car
a will 1not, for a long~ ti me to
0 h)o inl dani ger if unsruile and
Jat ion, such as she. sui 'eredo
r' to .187tA.
pre)1sent therei. is n1( sign of an
1)ond1en1t or Rsopi ulia ticket,
ickeins co un tyv, yet thie wh ito
lo should turnl out on the 20th
vote. Any hop1o of wininlg
it ioneouge Repubiili cansi and
no~( out anid see whait. wvill beL
thle joinit (debate iln New York
eeni Sonator Till mani and Cx
. St. John), oif Kansas, as h)o
ion, thle ju ry gav'e tho v'erdict
tinaltor' Tillmni by ai vote of 11
r.. Alexander W. Smith, Chief
hoe Depart melt o (f Pubili c Comi
,has arranI gedl with thle P'ullI
SSleeping Car C :umpany for
,e hundred(1 sleepinhg ea rs, to bii
(od(o Ohe1 railroad01 si dinigs in
about Atlnta, and1( has ar
god with the (city' for the~ nieces
sanitary serv ice. Thies' sleep
cars will necommoda 111 I t At woen
'0 and 8,00)0 people)I, and~ thit
.hs will bo ren ted 14 or $1 por
it. Mr. Sith hais seculredl
1the Southern R ailway, sidings
igh to accommodato onie-t hird
10s6 cars, and( expets to pla1co
rest wuithu tho otheri roads1. Th'Io
og of room s by t ho Puiblic
fort Doepartment is veriy sattis-|
>ry, and inucludos5 111 aprtmon ts
anty of the hand1(som~Ost rosi
es ill the city. PuiiJ C spirit
>eonl ap)pelld( to, ats it was ini
idel ph ia, during tho Conton
and the d1ispositionl of the peo
f Atlanta is such as to mako
foaturo mlore thorough than it
vor n aCiit any groat Expo
anuuaaker Onl AdverWt iig.
is is Johin Wanamiakor's idea
Sadvortising: "I (10 the
est advertising inl (dull times.
it is when people look mnost
y for bargains and aro anx
a know how much things cost
rhero they can save money.
artise particular things, give
a andl~ take as much pains wvith
antouncement as i do wvith my
. One big dinner won't keep
oreputation of the houso
mady, good cooking does it.
at normitted interest in my
mneeit to lag, and never
- m isane n my chosen publi.
-Is. Ado lm has made my
The.Real Motheip'4n Law.
Who was- it taught my wife to bake
t loaf of bread or fancy eake
and appetizing dishes make?
Vho was it, when my wife was ill,
3estowed upon her care and skill
uid saved me a nuro's bill?
Vho, when my little ones prepared
,ach morn for school, who for the
nd all their little sorrows shared?
Vho was it, when their prayers we:
lo snugly tucked them into bed,
tnd till they slept bosido them staye<
Vho for my clothing then took car
Vlio overlooked my underwear,
tid kept each garment in repair?
Vho oft to me her aid has lent,
o buy the coal or pay the rent,
Vho'd gladly see me president?
loving grandmother is she,
generous friend she's been to me,
orever honored let her be.
JolAt Ballhang' Gide to Henltha.
Nover run into debt, iot if yoi
111a filnd anything elso to ru1
B hooest if you can; if yoi
an 't ho honiest, pray for healthl.
Mi arry ymung. and if you make i
lit, kep cool mand don 't brag abou
Be kind to y Io)r mther-i n-law
mid if Il weessary, pay for lwr boar<
it Some good1 hotl.
liathorol y (oe a week it
f(It, wvater, k astel s 1a , anldavoi<
Exi-Ucj4. inl opn air, but doin'
;(w% wood unti11 youl are obhliged to
La11' overy tilo yol fe-fel ticklwd
nd a1111, '.ln il wilie) aniyhmov.
Elat hash washiing days, 1111d h1
Ionkphul if you hzive to shut you
yes to) do it.
Ilol the bl)aby half tle time
uid allways start the firo i th
nn11111ing ald put on the len-kottle
Don't jaw back-it only provo
hat you are az big a p1hool Iz ti
Never horirow what yu aro al1
o buy, alld always have smiI
thmlgsi you wonl't loind.
Never got. inl a hurry ; yu ca
walk ia good deal 11or1 inl a da
thall yl can r.i1.
Iho't swair; it may Convii
V1u, but is Sure nlot to coliviice .ac
If yu lavo dalughitors, lot yol
wife bring thei up; if she has g,
o n011111101) s0110 she Canl boat. a
D~on't dIrink I.oo~ much nu) cid1o
anid, hlowe ver loanl yui miay 1
dtol1't abuse a how.
A PronluiNing 1Boy.
A bOY ini the Wichita, Kans;
schools hasi / h 4on1 suspended I
readIinag the o followintg ('ssay
Capital: "Pants are miadoJ I
1)011 al11I itot it for panlts.W
11o01 are11(1 mad for m1101 alidil ot,
panuts. Whloll a mlall pallis for
w4iflla aild ai wVOIIIOl paints foir
all tlley ario at pairl of pan11
Such pants11 (1011t. last . P~iaits n
like molassos ; thev are tfby '"'
ini the mioon -:haniges
pant1 s duinlg the ecl ipse. D)o
yout go to) the pantr(y for pantIs, y
m ighlt he' mistakoni . Al on are
te m'ii ntaken in panti s. Sulchmn
I tkes malukes breeches of promli
to wheother panlts is sinigulli 1' or })
t boy~ (101't wear panlhts it is Hill;
lar. Mon go) oni a tear' in t1:
pants, andi~ it is all right, but wi
the pants1( go oni a tear it is
It is frt1ojiuent.y that the re
iIl a ral'1!(1d si It ' lli'' holl
roost. For insitanic'. no't'' th
loinig fr.,1ibh locea! e',umnsI,.
"The' lady (? whoyV. or
4'al~ld thi' att*nt ion of anot(her
our11 p-itched''I br'.c hes. whe oreait 1I
both11 laughed So boairtily. is
formedl that at no4w pair will b)e p
chasod wvhen her huisb an d's bill
settled. it. 11 ha be (ln t due arl3
year.. Doen't criticise a p)rinlt.
dre1'ss too cl Iosely wVh ile you;
woariung silk withi m1onoy (du1
T1olh your husband to send us $40(
and1( salve the cost of a lawsuit.
no0od an1othQr pair of panits."-C
Our farmers should have good h<
this fall, and we have dlecided( to of
a premium of five dollars ini cash I
the largest, any age, hog, by Dece:
ber 25th, 1895; and three dollars f
the largest one year old hog, anid ti
lollars for the secon~d largest
pers5ons inl Pickens counity who w
hierafter become subiseribers to Ti
JovUIIA., (paying therefor in a
v'ance,) or those who are alrea<
uibscribers and will pay upl 0one ye
in advance, are eligible. Go to fee
ing your hogs and try for thus pri~
Remember that all persons tryinig i
this prize must pay up their past m
debtedness, and one year mn advanc
not later than November 1st, 189
Bear these dates in mind and gove>
Raymond Mears, an old bach
elor near the ago of 70, was bru
tally murdered at his honileo nea:
Suo Bolle, Hampton, on tho nigh
of the 9th instanmt. Hoe went t<
the lot and was hit Im the heat
and his throat cut by partios un
known. An unsuccessful attompi
was made to murder him lastyoar
Mr. Moars was a much rospectot
citizen of that county. He was i
ifarmor and merchant and wa!
pretty well off.
Low l1miate Again.
The Southern Railway has agaii
arranged, exceediigly cheap ratlo
for occasion of the Knights Tom.
? lar Conclave, at Bostoni Mass.
from August 26th to 30th 1895
Tickots will bo sold on August 23d
D, 24th and 25th at rato of $250(
round trip for individuais, and
$22.00 round tril) for parties of ter
(10) travoling together from At
lanta, Augusta, Columbia and in.
termediato p i n ts. E 1 e g a ni
through trains will bo rn. Ai
other rare oJpportunity is o fore(d
the public. Yours very truly,
S. 11. HARmWICn, A. G. 1'. A.
Girls 11141 noys Make Monmey.
Wo want an enorgetic and an.
bitious girl or boy, in oach city or
townI to assist uls inl inrodu'cinig
our high class, illustrated iowspa
por for womei. You can make
nioioy fast, or socuro am article
f rom a tot to a bicycle, fo r t few
hours' work eahel Satu rday morn.
ing. Ir your parents collotll, en
(10s0 stamp11) for list, of artielos
givn, sam1plo Copy a 1d 'ull par
ietilanrs. A(ldross: 1,a(di's' Eve
i-v Satiiday, Cireuila iion I part
1inInt, 86 South Se'veithl St.. Phil
- --N- 0 - ,A- -
T-': -r URMo Jo4 k nNa i i iis.- .l :
JnN.. iS allxions that its siubiseri..
-hers should have the adh anagec of
,eVry good thing goilg. W ith this
01nd ml View we have arranged with
The I1OSterman Publishinig Company,
of Spi-ingfield, Olio, for a supply of
yetarlyv Silbseri ptiois to their great
n111011tly, "' Tlc Ameirican Fairm N ews"
which will be preseite(d .1. ) icv.
ICIY I'AI) IN AIWANCR sliseiilb e-r to
P I II, Jo I' A I.,
ALL RUN DOWN
y No Strength nor Energy
CUREU BY USING
'"st'verai~l~ year ago, iny bloodl was in 0:
o1 liatI enoiti ion, lily systinall ~ rim, clowni, Oj
I'ilred. Mvly hatuis were', cove'rect with O0
last. 1 cn ne'm ii-iiill akinmg Aye's sa ' el
:lrli~ ainil soiii notb iced a 4'h:it iii hi' 03
or .i ete. NIy1 l) e peite returnled and ' th oh
a saparllin, t ilt I hI'use sig atti
s- prp Ise. Trun, so, N. 1)ak. 0:
Th'm arsaparilla i:
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR 0
nustpesn t atprprA ilse
lu- tis.hey o anuaryp189
~*v 0q.4o,'z.. tt.\tlns.~ O. E.nA TS
W.\. 5...\T 4
tjaertre - ,e
'o iv* Dr'fichenorh :nt-Iie *
Wiv at.c old~e~ Su A.ilol
vI e C o., -- -oorI If' /.A.leoo , erI.
AoNtiepIiiti. t la
.78 iErth forW m ondi d'e f'l
I. F SteRai, dRIes5,hsapidt
lymeaT f/ilet d yo'e a ei tie
frs id c tiler ill3 th 'All d y'6
orlo esae ofy.-r i.ii.Ear, ieni
r. onC. SteWyart, oley Se . li aim
)r Peito, entrl; Dr. Pa.e A.Shpon, inii,
.orfert .PcesCutiorS .
on Ntice oftla ofntent stn to ,latn
10ao'clock . m-casgadina
:1J.twat deeaed STEAppTe, t
' ly e an'ild inm ofc a out.i
This22d uly 8%-j25n
Of Mid-Summer Goods!
To iake room for Fall and
Win1ter GOODS, a1l1 Sum
me'r Fabrics will be sold 33A
lper cent. under former
A big lot of Embroideries
an.1 Laces will be sohl at a
A iew pairs of ladies' an(
cluldren's Tan and Black
Oxford Tics. If I have your
niiinlier, you caf buy themn
at illmost your own price.
ThlI(se goods cannot be charg
ed At the prices they are now
DRY GOODS AND SHOESi
15 Pendleton SI., (Greenville, S. C.
Notico of Elctioli.
Ille( undeisigned cmmissionersl
of election met, at. Pikens Court
Ilouse onl Monday till 29th day of
.JulIy and olganized v tIho oloction
of J. N. Ml'urphroo as chairman
Iild J. 1'. Ioggs its clerk.
Notico is lwreboIy given that. an
oletion ( )I' thre dellItgates to rop
rosent Pickens Count y in the Con
stitutioial Coiven t1on to ho held
in Columbia l'ginninig 1)11 the sec
od Tuesday inl Se'pteluber 1895,
will bo hold at tit various pr-ecinets
in Pickells counly o the 20th day
of Auigu1st, to wit: the third
Tue'sday. The plll p e n()l at
8 n. ml. and close at 4 p). ml.
Tho following namedA persons
arc) app.)inted managrs of said
Olection' to coldlet. the samo pur
suant to instruc11tiolls, furnished h~v
tHll colill st ite tu,iiers:
. W. T.
L I. ierty a W.( . G11 nlln,11. F
]It\ imd W.E' mih
Parsons J and .1. . ings.
C1 n ra. 1 . I- l ran .C
Martin. and W'l' il~. S. Joh ston. l
Paikes. Cut oso lih
\i tp 1C i''e ) . Stewa 'tnd J. E..
Six u ill: Je':mory Jlons, Roh-II
.lo'ie .\rial adrosp Man. opr
('ilnpinton: DJ . l'yF.JoSuther.
ard, J.l i. ). ('ih ndl'.M
I~tae 111 tt J.'kil (J. I r i 111L.
01ilrap ndl tJ.t M. Wincter. gis
CrSI.'lIi Pll ins:g N.01 W .ithi l(e ,'
Pet r's Crek: . . ug s
8'. .ngl'o :md'OI J. Sioa W111
itlt'ie I'te : Ot. 211( etowrtJ.J
H irdlj. andl .(11. Murphre 1
ll t sonl' and t il ilor llow tfln.~
\Sixl l i"'g : Jrss R. 1'('t1i0s D.121.
' lg Calh o J 11 . S (i l Payno,Jh ilT.l
S aey. and2 . D.VtI' Gr'oor.IW~O 1 i l
til' meet(I) thaaelmmss(ioners Cofl
-l Ioenesday h 121-ih ~or fugus
to receive theiI Wlection bo land in
or to l'C. tl-:er person0 wh)o salli
v oto airsaid (lto who is11mk nor in.
who saillg by fle cotintatn
decllt ion. fraud, iberv inr undumo
if ll i(1le Ci(ti,n l i al 1 be ,( llio i~
setrodl bll ea o n p'candidate
otrhn s ils oftE~ior d
signe by such28 letr.rwo hl
vNstsinced to rsaserS.
1 'll ionmen''(Ot dil aean t jier.troi
isreltioncl I)k(It t of thle Court.o
Sect.ltiljil) to. Ivery person whX o ,~ tOlth'li
ligapoeiud Conmnissironer or1Ma.
a C. Lf Elecing wolr othw
thy 2'oad ofMngr ro o
THE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCK!
Now For the Bargains.
Never Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
,w 10 Car Loads of Goods.
scccc - NO
-17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
10,000 Yards Lawns and Ginghais.
10,000 Yards Shirtings and Sheetings.
4,000 Suits Clothing for Meii, Boys and Youths.
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four Hundred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five Iundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Hose,.
Two Thousand pairs 3est Shoes, all kinds.
Sixty-Five iHundred pounds best Plug Tobacco.
Large lot Smoking '1lbacco.
Large Stock Mllinery Goods,
Thousands of other things cannot mention here. Come,
for the BG SALE is for you,
J1M1& E. B.DICKSON
R I:N VIL12, S. C.
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March 8, 1894
D J. NOWOOD, Dentist Dr,
WV. M1. NatowOD, Assistat
18 Main Street, Greenvillo, 8. C.
an11. 9, '92 y
D I. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Oreen.
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Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
ud Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
. C. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURES made
a the State, go to
113 McBee Aveune Greenville, S. 0
AkW Crayon Portraits a specialty
Main St.reet, GREENVILLE, S. C.
lave just received a second
11mer 1111ery Goods!
In the latest styles and lowest ilossible
Your )atjronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. U.
WE PAY (CASII!
'or H ides, Beeswax, Tallow
2&-"W E sell harness Leather, Upper
Cips, Calf Skins, Sheep Skins, Lace
eathier, Hlame Strings in any amount
Cower & Coodlett,
01 Main Street, Greenville, 5. 0.
CAroNt answe' andan honest opnion writo to
ep encen th'e patent business. Uomtaunera.
eca and e ientii o books aen fee. Ieln
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ters. A few bot
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Malaria, Nere'ons alimnts
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