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The Peopql's Jour
EGOcAL Ixf nYs.
Maslos is still prevailF
Cross Plains settlement
T. J. Mauldin Eq w
Greenville last Friday u
Maj. -J. J. Lewis le ft for -the
position Thursday a fternoon.
Miss Hattio Grr -dy is spendi
the holidays vi.t1. ier friends in
Col. J. E. 1a good, of Charles
ton, was with fis Pickens friends
John L. Tho) .-nloy, jr., is at his
post again aft or spending a few
,days im Atlant a.
Misses Lucil L and Marie Folger,
'of Easloy, are visiting Miss Corrie
Bruco this we ek.
MissOs Eliz a and Mollio Ariail,
of near Easle y, Spont a few days
with Miss MA dtie Hester last week.
Last Mond ay was without doubt
one of the zu ost disagreeable days
this regi.on I Ias soon this winter.
Pari nelia Hunt, of Cross
Willvery ill. Her friends
pes of her recovery.
arle, who has been
ak in Atlanta taking
.on, returned on the
.4gs and family, of
t last wok with Mrs.
s, Mr. and Xar. Jere
J. H-'-. i who is in the in
suranco bnA. 0ss in Alabama, is at
hiome. --e vill roturn to Alabama
in toi or twelvo days.
Ex-Coroner P. H1. Boggs, of Con
tral, was in Pickons last Thursday
on business. Ho reports every
t.hing quiot and lovoly in that sec
Prof. and Mrs. J. M. Looper, of
Mica, have boon visiting Mrs.
Looper's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wl. C. Brailott in Pickens for
John Herd and Florence Ander
son, colored, were married on tho
Ovon'ng of the 26th ult., at the
resit nce of T. J. Hord. lion. C.
It. Carpentor officiating.
Thero was a social gathering at
tho residence of Mr. C. E. Robin
Son Christmas ovening. Many of
the young-peoplo put in their lp
ponranco and had a jolly time.
Lewis F. Rohinson,.son of J. A.
R1obinison, hoarded the train at
Easley inst Friday for Tonnesseo,
whoro he will spend this year in
the Groonville and Tusculunm col
Ex-Shor11T HI. A. Richey, accenm
panid by four of his children, re
turned fronm the exposition on the
24th ult. They, like everyone who
visited thoe fair, are well pleased,
with their trip.
Miss Essie Earle who has been
spending the hohd~ays wvith herx
parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Earle ,
left for Spartanburg last Tuesdayj
where she will resume her studiesa
in Converse College.
P. Eugene Alexander, one of
Pickens' former citizens but nowv
engaged in the brokagoe busin ess
in A tlanta was among his rolatives
and friends here last wveek. He
left for his home Thiursd ay after
On the afternoon of the 27th
uit.., at thme residlonce of the bridc's
father, Mr. J. A. Cisson,Mrs. Alice
Trotter was happily mharrie. to
Mr. Thomas Suddeth, of near
Greers station, M. F. Hestor, N.
Mr.. J. F. Latham, of the Cross
Plainms section ,diled December 25th
aged 68 years. His (deathi was rath
er unexpectedl. Ho had been sick
well for sometime but nothing so
r'iouis was expected. lie wvas bur
ied on the following (lay at the
Luthem burying ground.
Married at the residence of the
bridle's parents, Capt. RI. F'. Lewis
(on Wedniesdamy evening, D~ecember
25thm, 1895, Mr. Robert Lynch to
Miss Maggio Lewis. The waiters
were Willie Stewart with Miss
Laura Low is,A rchalous Lynch with
Miss Martha Masters, Rev. J. M,
Th~e young people of Pickens and
vicinity >avo been having an un
uisually gay time during the holi
dlays. They -ere ontortaineod at
Dr. G. W. Earjo : J'my evening
at Captain Heinry Grady's Wo~d
nosday evening, at the Rev. T. J.
Rtookos Tlhursday evening, and at
T1. R. Price's Friday evening.
Died, on the 25th inst., at the
home of her father, Mr. R. R.
Child, Miss Mamie Child in the
22d year of her age. She had for
gover'al years been a 'consistent
mnembe)r of the lHaptist church and
was buried at (Camp Crook church
on the 26th. Hern pa'rents have
the sympathy of many frinds in
Doo as a wvhoel barrow roiling
nonr the .comotor'y on the 25th ult.
Those wvho attended raporp phet it
was the mos0t amusing ontortain
mont of the holidays. The per,
eons who rolled the wheelbarrow
were blindfolded and it was very
amusing to see them. AfCtor goi.ng
a lhttle way they wvould find them-~
selves turnuod around and walking
in the opposite direction. Mr. F.
E. Clox won the prize as the best
s Aurie Hollingsworth visit
mflds in Groonvillo last wook.
. C. L. Craig, of the Koowee
. spent part of the holidays
ph Freoman, Esq., of Briggs,
town this week among his
-r. Hughes and family, of
r, wore in town this wek,
Southern railroad paid their
taxes last Monday with a check on
a New York. bank for $7,>98.76.
The public school in Ilagood
District, No. 38, will op'tlie 20th
inst. Miss Mary Bowon will teach.
There will be a. Steward's moet
ing at Now Hope (Blue Ridge Mis
sion) on Saturday, January 4th at
Mr. CI. W. Kolley has a pig that
is a little over fivo monthu' old
that we ighed 189 pounds on Docm
ber 25th. tit.
Mr. W'. P. Dickson all attache of
the Oco- nee Nows, was in Pickens
last Fri, lay and mnado the JouuNim,
a pleasa ut call.
Mr. W'hite, (Dog eye) who has
been borrding a i'iw months with
Sheriff M IcDanol, was turned out
Saturday night at l1- o'clock.
The P'ickens Riflos 7not on i ho
24th ult.., and had an al) day drill
Daptain T. M. Mauldin, of Clem
3on Colk1ege, was the chief instrue
Missa Batrix Miller, a b;igIt
(oung lady of Georgia. has L eon
risiti'ag 7at Mr. and Mrs. W M.
Elarper's of Six Nile, during tie
W. 1-. Young, who has fo" some'
fimo be( in living on) tIhe Tn' 1'hams
olbor i place just east of Pick
mns loft for Pelzer last Tue.da to
ocate f .hero.
Ther o wias a sociable gi %on by
Miss L ena lBoven afl, her fiather's
.esider ice Saturday monin: L. A II
vho a' ,tonded wore especially do
ighte- d with the ploasant wv they
Ma rried on the 20th Il, at the
e 0id- mnco of the bride's fat her.. Tr.
krke lius Yates, Mr. Willie ed ln
1 T iss Addio Yates. Jas. ..
Bory-oughs, N. P. olitujating. Al I
>f J 'ickens county.
I fr. Jorro MeKinzie and MIr.
Ha ckey, of Grevo Station, Green
vil Io county were in Pickens last
u,'nday and Monday. gist.( of
SQIieriff McDaniol. Mr. Mchin'izie
iel a cousin of tho She i'.
The Pickens igh Scho! opn
d Monday the 30th ult., w ih M.
S. Strihling as principal and Mrs
J. D. Cureton, assistant. Thosow
teachers have won qjuito a reoputat
tion in their line and are worthy
the patronage of the en tirCo com
munity. Let everybody strive to
build up here a school to which
we can p)oint with pride.
Married on 24th Decomiher 189$5
at the residence of the brido s pa
rents,Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Allgood,
Walter J. Boggs to Miss Mary All
good. The bride's miaidls consist
od of eight beautiful young ladies.
Miss Em ma Allgood, of Anderson
county, with Miss Corn R~obertson,
of Oconee county. Miss Ora
Boggs, of Pickens county, with
Miss Ja~nio Robertson of Oconeo
county, Miss Maggie Allgood, of
Anderson county, with M iss Min
nie Boggs. of Pickens county, Miss
Ella Ford with Miss Bettie All
good, of Pickons county. Thie
bride received manyv valua ble pres
onts. The occasion was a most
enjoyal t one. Rev. J. M. Stow
As you have not lieard from ouri
town in somne timo, I drop you a
few lines to let you know we are
still in the swim with our heads
up with care.
Miss Leo Stephens gave a mi co
dinnor Xmas (lay to her fiends(,
among thomi woro: Mr. anid M~ rs.
TI. P. Weston, of Charlotte; Mr.
and Mrs. Jason Cannon, of Ml bui
ta; Mr J. H. Gresham, of Wash
ington, and Mr. 0. C. O'Farrl, of
Mr. C. W. Young. who lhas h .n
in business at Pondhlonm (lr sonle
time, wil~l comec to C'intral and
opon a store at an early dato. Mi r.
Young is a good, clover busineIss
man and we wvill bo glad to hav''
him anmong us, although wo ay al
reajy a little crowdod~ witi mner
chanfts for tho size of ours \ 'Ie.
Mr. Dainiel Raimsuer, of Li n
cointon, N. C. is visiting h is sis
ter, Mrs. C. G. Rowlandl, and othI
er relatives at this plae.
Mayor J. H. Rowland is iln b~d
with grippe, but hopo) ho will not
be held tight or long.
Mr. E.A F. Wyatt, of Easloy,
stopped over with us yesterdlay on
his way back to Atlanta to finishi
his medical study. We hope it
will mot be long until ho can stop
with us as D~r. Wyatt.
'The saddest event of our Xmas
was the death of Mariah Gaines,
the ton-year old daughter of RC. 0.
Qaines, Shlo was taken sick at
scoo~l Thursday and jus t lived one
week. Hecr remains \,o'o bluiid
at the Methodist church, Friday
evening, Doc. 27. Mariah sceomed
to be the Idol of her father's bo(art
and he h as our ' hoart-lelt symnpa
thies in lhis sad bereavemont.
,/Poc. 80th 1895. l~R R
EnITo1 PHoPLEs JOURNAL: In
all business relations with the pub
lie, cspocially so in small towns,
whore municipalities are obligod
to enforce laws for the good of
their follow-citizens, and the coun
try at largo, it is oftentimes more
repulsive to tho officers than the
offe01(nding citizel. With fOOlings
like these, thero is no necessity for
apology fQr firm and dlocidOd course
purstod by tho Town Council of
Pickons, and her duly appointed
ntarshals. Tho object to be at
tainod by the editor of this article
is to. sustain the prerogative right
of a municipality whon they ire
attacked by tho friends of the vic
ti ins, who have boon dealt with in
just accord with tho ordinances
formulated for tho good of the
whole. Tie logislaturo in grant
ingy Countiog a chartor as a corpor
ate power, invest and makos laws
for the government of those coun
ties, and are dirocted to elect such
ollicors, such as mayor and alder
mon for cities, intendants and
wardens for corporated towns,
Thoro is a sound distinction given
to such oflicors by the legislature,
for the performanceo of whichi, such
officers fool obligated to .perforin.
The elected oficer wlho from fear
of pubbie, censure, or from partial
or intnrested (muses, fails to per
form ]is wholo duty is anl unwor
thy Citizen, an11d is inofliciont to
tho.puirposes of his election, and
slioild bo held in censure by his
uatrons. Pickens county is known
asalaw-abiding county, from "the
saa shoro to tho nmountains." Thm
couiirt. record& show loss crimes
than any other county in South
Ca rolitimL. Her citizens aro hospi
ta1blo, kmd and forgiving-no bot
er people ever lived togother. On
1estivo occasions liko this (Christ
m tis,) it hits iappe-ned that some
%' i'r very best citizens, both in
owni and coulity, havo answored
1)oforo thev Town Council for vio
hn:i n town ordinances, and have
rehponded to the charge liko law
ful citizons as they aro; thereby
suistailing the carrying out of the
majesty of the law without resent
mu t. In this -liko other matters
()t puibic significance, wlhere thO
a elo followd the sound" disinter
este< (parties, it is said, infer a
mnotivo: That the marshals are
"A ing for tho fee, or "fino"
imLi money out of it.) This
iAptre-stoin is wrong. Formerly
tLh marshal's pay was regulated
the fines; it, is not so now. The
o Young gentlemen to the "man
01r b(rn" when earnestly solicited
Iby the wardens of te town of
P'chens, to accept of the oflice of
ntinrslimls of tho town of Pickens,
with~ u1:ch) hlesitanlcy they accept
ed the unigrauteful oflico (though
an ofheo of hlonor) b)ut their soinse
of hlow.r was above receiving the
emloIlmenits of their oflice by foes
loss concise should be infilicted up
on~ themf. Thlose genttlomon ac
coptedl the position for one month
only, for the interest of the town
of P'ickons, in which they live and
h avo an intest, at a stated salary.
Iti oh pleasuro of this town
cu ilin vindIication of their
toIwn maiirshatls characters, and the
firm maimor in wvhich they have
d ischlarged their disagreeable dui
ties, to subscribe our names offi
cially, and ask tile favor of the
14:copE's JouN4t. and Pickons
Sentinel to publishi.
JIonx L. TITOoRNLEY, Intendant.
J. McD. BnucE,
W. T1. McFA LL,.
Thle Xiilas hoelidays'. are about patt.
Th'ley hav e been extremely quiet here,
e'xcept) (lhat Xmasn eve was a little noisy
:unt one1 11t1 e skimish in town. TheIi
h-mil :ce of the time has beenl almost lke
Sundal~y (minilg the day time.
L,. L. TIemipletoii and bride, of Powers,
Laiurens eon iy, visitled their brother-i..
.\ vs S.I D. itat visited her sister' In
Greent(fville~ doing' thle hliays.
Mrst'. .J. T. Nel~aey of Iirevaird, N-' C.,
oppel rv oin her reL itur frOin A Ilanita
and viite er dauighter M~rs. WV. L.,
T.*Jr If. More v'isited his dautghiter, Mars.
SIiimois. at..Idarraiet * Ca irenvillhe cun..
ty v hvet ek he' I ms the fev.gj
' \ire Ii. 1 . Ih bg is visit ing relatives
Tenitoy Yourg wuis kicked in the face
utj over the ighit eye by a mimle white
etri i' u yust erday, firactiring the
oinu ir. Shlontli was caliled and dIress
Lid the wounttd. Ii s(eemis dotifuil ia-bout
'aviing his righlt eye ar this wiing.
A inegro, lil Leumn, died just below
het leir ihe olhatir day. I Jo wits shiot ini
ini th anda l,4Aast winter by Cos't Iladdlen,
taoh11 Cd, for wvhich the lattero was tried
an aicquiitted1, but lby someu book or crook
he Coronier was called oni to Investigato
thel ( ase, though ii. app~ears thait liLmon
hadL( been'i ick for somne time antd t~he find
ing oaf thie jury was death from inattrl
ae; mifs. lDrs. Shieidoin anid Wiliamtts helb1
ia post. mlor'temt exaiumiat ioni andi found
ihn( ll lodge~d in thie skiull boneL againist
t he stilini of the brinhi, but it wias not,
tuhought to he the cnumse of his death If we
covrectly uiideirstantd the jury.
IWell really President Cleveland is a
great mani, nutwithistanding the fact lie
hire'~d a sabstitnite in onr late wiars hie nowv
sieeims disposed to pull thu British LIon's
tall while lie (the Lion) is trying to get to
chiaw oil' a hind leg of Ventezuelai. P'er
hapi lhe thinks ho ennt pIlse the Lion
choked oin It and1 thien throw sand( in his
eyes. Doni't you knowV that would make
the Lion roa r.
Ye' scribec visited Atlanta and peeped at
the expiosition sorme days ago andI saw
thel hw the city and the battle icl
daad.l ot ni. pethp mos1 li~it of the audi
('nce hats seen it all I wIll not attempt to
tell .vo' wmhat all I sawv, biut will say to
any i ofai on who aid not, hapipien to go you
iisi1ed (lhe biggest show for the mnoniey
thaut. waus ever ini the South. C.
J.eeiuber 31s at 1895a.
Giini & IIQIdor have four nice
mules which they will sell cheap
for cash or good papoers.
s <e<BU DCETm x
PHUN and PILAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
AND THIS IS HOW 11' IS!
In addition to tho usual coiplet.
stock that everybody is fainuliar witi
and in accordanee with the delUmindo
of our growinig county,
has added another new line win
we think will be dventageous to all.
Especially I) cold weather. It is4
GLASS, PUTTY &,
And to go with these, wo have
Prints, Oils, Varnishes, Brtishes and
Building material of all kinds. Call
and see us.
AND HERE'S ANOTHER "UO1W
IT 1 IS."
Have you settled up or made an
move in that direction? We are not
exactly on the war path, but w are
standing right oi the edge of it., and
must insist on giving a clip here and
there with our "Tomahaw~k" where
ever our own rights and ive'
are intruded upon. Now voni coine!
and see un; or take chance on a
WV. !T. ilL'i/KJ.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickon:
In the Court of Commoi Pi.-.
J. B. New bery,
Judge of Probpa to,
Mary T. Ilester, et a1.
By virtue of ain order nade in
the abovo stated casu~by H-Ion. W.
C. Benet, Presiding judge. -,th
September, 1895, adi( o li! iI m
the Clerk's office, I. will s'il t')
the highest bidder at 1iickens
Court House on
Sale .Day in January
next, (luring the legal h Iours m
sale, the following dest-rib I1
tracts of land to-wi t:
All that picoe, parce-l or twract
of land lying, being situato n
the county and state fora10
in Eastatoo towiihip, on botil
sides of Big Eastatoc Creek. wa
tors of Keowee river, contain.
ing seven hundred (700) acres
more or less; adjoining lands o!
the estate of John 1. Stewart
on the north and east: oi th<
south by lands of Damel Win
chester' and otheis, and 1-n~owi
as the Abraham Stewvai: lhomi
Also all that other, piece, par'
cel or tract of land lying, situ
ate in said county and. state o2
both sides of Big Eastato, creel
adjoining lands of Hariot Bow
ie, J M Winichester and th<
above mentioned tract, contain
ing eight hundred (800) acre:
more or less, it being the sam<
tract of land convoyed to J. I
Stewart, deceased, by Hiario
Bowvie on :3d day of February
1800,Recorded in Book "L,'' pag<
54. Terms cash, purchaser' t<
pay for papers.
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Pr'obate.
Gideon M Lynch as Adlmin istrn
(or of theo estato of John i J
Stewart, deceased, Petitioner,
Oscar Stewart, Emut S~e wa rk
et al, Defendants.
By virtue of a d(lee 0 or th
Probate court for Pickens 'oun
ty dated D)ec. 10, 180, 1 will sen:
to the highest bidder at Picken;
U. H. on
Saleday in January,
189)6 the following tracts;oi luuld
to wit: All that pic, parcei or
tract of land on I ig E'as;tatoo
Oreek, waters of Keo wee .k i v e
:3ontainmng one thousand acries,
more or less andl deeded1 to JIohni
Fi. Stewvart and .James M. mt.s7
Lirt, executors on thme 11th day of
All that pic, pa.1rc l or hract
:>f landl in thme coun ty noud SF
iforesaid known as th; N
place and being a part of. L0,
Fourteen hundred and n inet.'
oeven acres dlcededl to .h dm E
3towar't by the Clerk of (Conm
For Pickens county and contoi in
ng siX hundred a1cre(S 1l!roi or
less. J. B. NEWVB E~ RI[ 'Y,
JOB -a IPRINING!.
NOW HLAS A
CONNEJCT'i'E WT H IIT
EXAMINE OUR WORK,
THEN GILVE OiR
SEND US VOUTR PATRIONAGE.
Let usn hear froum you.
All orders by mail will rcceive
A happy anod Prosporolls
To a1 tll r f!t!linn:ti custoiers,
v are r in:i I:- epalrations for the
:!v;,v t. y-a r's im h ,in as %% C have ever. tione.
N..'W ~ ~ 0o~ : d : ut A l . riving ev
.cD. BR UCE.
%. . 1 1 . l I'I ma uLe s.4lement
- ! -.% 7X A 74
A.1' A MA DE BY
n 30 8011 the,
0 -~ ~ > 'l : live . g n
me arr e , B Ir~Ies, .lCarts,
nt n . Hardware, Piints, Oils
e Coch actory.
v iR 1NE Guiporiitondent.
& TENG tock!
S Qkn 1a helligL all Wiiite.?r Goods regard
k as 01 C
Wve do b. Ii o inepin~ moneyloCked ulp ll the shelves.
>t i n,; prices are no object as you will see
ii' I v->! Sergcg for 35 cents.
I .tsiuly broadCloth 50
3nks tot s! CIoak s! Cloaks
-~ '. , d I~i:ce a siale in GreenjLviIll. Wvo wil]
(13 Cloaks $8 (0
2 1:2.:>0 " 7 50
, 10) 00O '' 6 50
41 650 " 4 00
S 5 00 '' 3 25
H f2ind'j r!go agan sw iely refuse to car.
Y ag~ntos ofLowPrices.
Greenville, 8. 0.
' \' .'~ ' i~ ed stock of
omc )21ti 'the atories,
* . .. .. ). ( - . Warran\T ed.11~~ .shoes. oct3mn3.
V'F thIe )iprpol'e of le~tting to the
bridge at the 10asley bridge ou Salu.
da, I wti eet with D). WV. Ilolland,
I ~ *'1~ . th: Supleris~or of Greenvjile county,
...........................Iith Ih ob(f Janh* .ext at 1t a mn to
........ .tsier sealedl bids for. the building
~~ ~ a a oR W two rok pilars by the squaro
*. ..:, * rd, la.id in coment, and for the bild~
'.i5 'in iron bridge on the same,
------ ~ 4)ne( hun tdred (100) feet long. All
bisto be sent to the Supervisor of
O S~ O I "'Ci"''"* "0"ot 1 orsented t
[ j-Y~.)i...:ithe bridge oni day of letting.
an cxhiau sted fields~wihM'-ie INRCS
wecre once produlctive can again dec2G1w3.
beC mnade profitably fertile
b~y a. proper rotation or crops $10 A DAY TO AGENTS.
and by t . . it.en . o Any~ one~ who, wants t'b get rich and who hias
fe 0lien cOnltaining high pero aIttle~ eniterpr~ise cant scouro $10 a day In
ie l)ishi Wase r business'14. It is4 bJooming
~(~S ()~ 11now. Everiybiody wvant'i a (Oliax nowa
days.'. one agJenit. cleared $20 ory day for
* ~~a yeari; gorati ehrice; best D)1sh1 Washer
-; nIo uoliciting ; Dish Was~hers Bold at
i ;a permanent position in4 town, oity
's o . coun~i41 try Onot nilintb od
-Iwlo-waashst*erennclar 15to $20a
have been obtielyflo
n hs pani. A. MoOAN, T. C. ROIRINSON,
Gireenville, S. C. Picokens, &J. O)
n. c .le'52.2~rqh.'m MORGANr & ROINSON,
'"luii'~1.1 i. iij. I .rtiiajo.sciAttorne a t Law
GRMAN KAi.r woRK% i4*oi~ *.C
a. M sII .. m ' W~Jraclee in all Courts, mech38tt.
Just arrived and Che.
and seo ther.
SiiThose who. owo me JflI II
come and pay without further'_.
oct3(t Easiley, S.c
WE PAY CASIII
For Hides, Beeswax, Tali
VW-WE sell harness Leather, U
Kips, Calf Skins, Sheep Skins, 3
Leather, Hame Strings in any am<
Cower & Coodlett,
101 Main Street, Greenville, S
TWENTY ENEl1CET1C MEN
sell Sewing Machines in Sou.h On
lina. W C wanat to swap Pianos, I
gans or Sewmg MAch ine:i for Twe
GOOD HlORSES to work to Sow
Machine wagonls. W rito
.LEX ANDE R R S0,& C
118 Washington Stree't,
*6 GREENVILLE', S. C
A i-gallon Coffee Pot for
A good Lantern 35 cents.
Lot Milk Pans cheap.
Small lot Table' Plates
Best Glass Oil Can in tov
for 45 cents.
3-lb can Tomatoes 1o cent
$i per dozen.
Black Pepper io cents,
pounds for 25 cents.
Thie Best Apple Vinegar :
cents a gallon.
Lot Calicos, Outings, Jean
Jecans Pants, etc., cheaper tha
you can buy elsewhere.
H A~TS at COST.
The above prices arc it
CASH ONLY, and with evet
dollar's worth, you get ani
piece of glassware free.
Yours for the cash,
John T. Lewis & Soil
GOODS By The Cargo!
Loadsi of Gouods in andi more to toomec.
'ilT Rt. & 1). ands 8. A. L. areo gonao hau
for the rest, of tihe stock, Ho irt aL fewv da,
we ;nay cotutt4I on at full attpply fron ho~gi:
ning to end1(.'
we hatve anI utinllti collectioni of wondei.
fllly beauit~tiulI Dresii Goods. All thw ino
wvesV4 ini th inw c1W(olorings anid (color4
offt sty Jl."' Our ecfor, aliways is to put b.
foro ouir (lnst411mers the new est re'liblu styhi
Everythaling hero stand~s thei teSt of fasxi
14)n's rule, HI) y'on cLan hniy yourL Dress wIt
Tlrinaning4 ami( 111 Liigs of then hnewe.
f:ahioni to umaatch I)ress 0 Gools.
All i '11 dprt~monti arS 1e ltak;ing in stoc k rn p
id1ly a11t in aL few <h;IyH we hopo to hai
themn filll fruin topI LI) blottom)
MOALISTER & DEATTIE..
03 andi 65 Mahi Street, 0 reenvil le. H..
(Next, door to Natilonal Bank )
Tlep'lhone1 No. 87.
P. S. IBitlt rlek P~at tus. 4
Bring thern on.
'Brinig on1 y'(Itr boiys' heads(h andi let me lit
themi wvithi l~ h t.'att caps 114. IBringif thiri1 feet
am14 i et,1 m Ie 4 shoe tibe. Irinig yemr own
hleadsi and4. feet, 1 4can fit y4)n. Job) lot of
hats0. very eap~j, from11 aL (Jpmrter up I (enn1
p1laso youI inl c'lothiingJ. 14 1am 1 tulerwea14r.
Whe it comes14) tol heaIvy drly goouds 1 -'In
ii h you1 withI pril( right. Chlritanx vwill
soon41 h)4 haere. L~eI. m14 soil yott1 fruits for
yur enke(s). Nie lot, (of etanies4J, raislin.,
airoi, in fact 1oerythinig. P~owdter aitul shott
for thef Ishool(ters4, hloaded4 shllx and( wads ;x
flroworks for tihe boys ; toys for the chil
dren. Don't forgot my) warranltedI ax for'
(r5 cenits, oil at 15 cenats, sod a 2%/ cent.
Btri"n on yoeggs, I wanlt them ll. Also
anythingyonu have to sell.
~'on for a big time.
T. 0. HAIRRIS.
Jan. 3-95 Pickens, S. C.~
COPYRQ VACS etc.
For informiatton and free Handbook wrtto to
Oldost breau ?o~ acriri~n atai Aort'en.
*vor patn' a ot " ai i'otigh ont
ta ilo ulatto oil ana ralte apr rIn tho
ma beo w a!oti. Wookl 3.I0 a '
si tononths. Addra. LJN& G0,,
go pdw, r Viien