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o People's Journal.
T. U. ROBINSON, Editor.
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THl URIS)AY, JAN. 30, 1896.
lison has boon electod United
)s Senator from Iowa.
io millhon two hundrod and
,y-six thouisaind oight hundred
sixty-threo personis visited the
bill to mako Lincoln's birth
Fobruary 12th, a logal holi
has lhen introduced in the I
le by Reprosentativo Smith, of
;-President H-arrison has for
y annouced his engagemont
rs. Carolino Lord Dimimick, a
of his first wife. Tho mar
will tako placo right after
-o farmors of Sharpsburg, Ky.,
ht $30 worth of law apioco in
Ig to sot tle inl court a disputed
of twenty cents. Thon they
the matter out of court and
noral 'Thomas Ewing, ox
ber of Congross from Ohio,
on tho 21st inst. His doath
lie rlostlt of injurios received
<ing struck by a Cablo Car in
York the day before.
-Senator M . C. Butler has so
at positi'ni as attorlney for
'ram ps h ip -bupiilding con
at a salary equal to
ho recelve(l as Unif.ed Statos
,0r. 1o will rosida inl Wah
Sdemocratie executive comn
o of Alalaima Imiet at, Mont
Iy Ttos(day, elected four free
illeln to fill viclnie it'S 01n the
littee, anl selet-ed April 21st.
' date fr holdil the State
Coiltv (Jonuinissioners of
'son c(ouniiity at their last
ng pjasF;(d a resolution isk
ing the General Assembly to levy
a tax an1 all t axale property of
one Mill on t(e dollar for a term
of six years for the purposo of
building~ ai now court, houso and1
jail. UEt gina~ Tob)Caist,
The SouthI CAg~AAdo the South
a jiournal dovoted T lSt, will
Carol in1a tobamcco intiX(>'-jgarv
make its appearanice~ on Fe1) >.
dth next. it will be' published ii
Sumter by N. G. Osteen, and lIeu
bJort CG. Ost o"n will be0 editor'-in-o
chief. It1 wvil bo the puriipose of
generalI and ex tenisivo culturo of
tobacco by the intelligent plainton'
in accordance with the most suc
cossful and scientific methods.
TLhe report of W. 'T. Harris, comn
mlission'or of education, to the
Secrotary of thle interior gives sta
tistics of litoracy among tho no
groes wluich show encouraging roe
sults. In 1870 it was 79.9; in 188(
70; in 1890, 56.8. If this rati<
shall continue the negro race wil
soon occup)y a creditable positioi
as compared with the whites
Much, howevor, yet remains to bI
dono when the statistics of Gor
many are stud ied. The total ra
tio of illiteracy in thme UJnito(
States is 13.8; in Germany it i;
1 per cont.
Somo interesting statistics o!
suicidos aro given in a recent issui
of the Journal of the .Americal
Medical Associat ion. Tihley shioa
that siid(o is frequient in old ag
From 1835 to 18$80 there wore il
France 191,289 su icidos,and 48,93
of those woro mocre than 60 year
0o(d. A quarter of all tho suiclido
occur after the ago of 60, and the
are nearly fouir t imes~ as numiorou
among femnales. Th -a most froquen
causes of theo act is bolioved to be
some form of insani ty,molancholis
being the typoe imost froquonmt
The 19th Annual Convention of
the South Carolina Young Men's
Christian Association will con
vonmo in B3atosburg on February 6,
1896. Some of the leading Chris
tian bulsineOss me1u of the State are
expected to attend(. An attractive
program has boon1 arranged. Ro
ducod railroad rates have boen se
cured over all the roads in the
State. The rato will be about a
faro and a third for the round
trip. The Blatosburg Association
will obtertain, free of cost, all dele
gates. .Reduced rates havo boon
secured at the hotels for all do
irmg to entertain themselves.
At tho ond of the second wook
the bills on the calondar we.re
noarly all disposed of in some way
and the .'work for this wook is
tackled with moro vigor than
Saturday tho followmg bills
woro road tho third timo and sont
to tho Senate:
A bill to requiro Magistratos to
send all convicts sentonced to
work on the public roads iii the
county direct to the oflicor or per
son in chargo of the county con
A bill to pay jurors and State
witnesses forriago paid by thom
while atton(ing courts in thoir
A bill to amend section 216 of
the Criminal Statufos, Vol. 2, Re
vised Statutes 1893, Lrolating to
A bill to proscribe and fix the
foes of physicians for post mortem
oxaminations at Coroner's in
A bill to limit tho time in which
coupon bonds payable to bearor
and their coupons of the State
may bo con solidated, converted,
funded or paid, and to repoal con
A bill to amend an Act antitlod
"An Act to incorporate the Evan
golical Luthoran Charities Society
of Charleston, S. C."
A bill to requiro all porsons
holding past due school claims
against any of tho soveral coun
ties of this Stato which havwe been
unpaid 0a estahiish and prove
them boforo certain ollicers, and
to requiro the County Treasuror to
Tho bill to provido for the saiii
tar'y Ixlinatioi of' jails coming
ill as ifinishud linsess, Mr.
Johnson moved to iniidefiniitoly
postpone tho bill, which motion
Mr. Johison thought the coun
ty physician and grand jury are
si flicient. overseers of tho heal l
of an11y jail.
1li r. .1lder'toni said IlIes;o ima ttrs
had hooni reported to gIrlnd juries
but it had beoon found impossible
to get.i the county officials to act
The amendment was reelctd and
the bill Wils ildefi iitel 10' postpoined.
The coel lreclo colimittoe ol
the Supirele Court bill reported
thalt thel(y wereI~ una1ble tOlagree and
a conimmitteo of free con lfncihev
was appoiiteI colsist inhg o Ales
srsq. L. J1. Williams, T. J. Wilhamils
Adr. Garris' bill to exe.ilpt dell
Lists from serving on the jury, hie
said, w1s8 introduced al. the re.
quost. of the Dontal Association.
it court weeks, couiltry poople
often attended court al wanted
thir teoth workd on-. at th le sa nalII
timie and if the dent i st of It)
town was onl the jury they could
not1 have Iih's work (10n1.
J udgo O 'uowsonid 'ouildin't, see
any goodl reason for thle lawr. Tih e
donltist cani pay~ $2(0 and1 get ~ i al
together or lie '.nn get excused anmd
goot n pl toot,bi y rec"
- y...r ayceoo'os
M1.%4.-'.A'uwoll didn't soo ani3
reason for exempt intg dentists ai
0on a vo0te ben aenl thie. bill wa0
The bill to ('eempt certaiin por
tions of Pickons coun ty froim 1h<
operations of the stock law wn:
discussed at somo1 length, but wai
passod to its thirdl reading.
Th'le following lull ini r'eferi c<
to schoo01 ldist rieits was inexi. takot
upl. Its p)rov'isionls are ais follows
Section 1. That each Count.
School Commissioner and1( CountP
Board t' Commissioners i.any di
ing thio year of .18%9, or t.hioroafItei
div'ido thioir respective Counctie
into school districts, whicih sha11
coiitain niot loss th an nino nio
more than forty-nino squiaro1 nu les
the aronei within said limiits bini
left to the County School Coniuis
sioner, with tihe appro(val of th,
County Boardi of CJonunIissionetr
of eac Coun1 011ty, for all pu rpose
Icennocted w.i th the genleral ilt er
oist of' education, and red ist riet. Iih<
sam111, .and form nowV. district
whbenover iln thir ju~ idgmieni.t, ih
general goodl requires It: Provi
(dod, Th'at inl cities (of 10,000) in
habit ants and over th is himi tatior
of area shall not apply: Provi
o dod, further, That, whlen unI
1 school district laid out on der thi
1 sec!tionl shalhl emibr'aco c'it ies (o
townsll ahlready ogaild it
spcialU school dlitriic'ts ill whie
graded school buildings have beei
orected biy the issuo0 of bonds(1, o
I)by spoeiail laxatlin, or by donia
said school districts shall1 bear it
first prop~ortionl of any tax th11
may be levied to liqu11idate sueli
bonds( or' suppoirt tihe plic Cschool
therein: Providedl, further, Th a
nothing in this section cont a ino<
shall b)0 construod as a relp(al o
the laws undler whlich the severa
gradlod school districts of ther
State are organizedl. And each
County School -Commissioner an11
County~ Board of Comminissionors
are authorized and om1powood te
make contracts for the formation
of schoeol dlistricts as aforesaid, and(
paymenlt thorofor shall lie mado
out of tihe genleral schlool fund for
each County. There shall bo not
more than ono0 school f'or the white
and one for .the coloredl childlren
in each school district formed~ unl
der this section. And white chii
dronl shall attend only schools for
tihe white chlildron, anld the color
ed children only schools for tihe
colornd children An aidn school
shall bo locatod ats noar the conter
of schools districts as will best
subservo tho interosts of the peo
of the wholo district. Tho loca
tion of the schools in tho district
is loft to the discrotion of the
County School Commissioner and
County Board of Commissioners.
Every school district organized in
pursuanco of this article or other
wiso shall bo a body politic and
corporate by the namo and stylo
of School District No. (such
a number as may be designatod by
the County School Commissioner)
of County (the namo of th
County in which the district is
situated), tho Stato of South Caro
lina; and in that namo may sue
and bo sued, and bo capable of
contracting and bo contractod
with, to the extent of tho funds in
thoir possession, and of holding
such roal and porsonal ostato as it.
may com1. possession of by will or
otherwise, or as is authorized to be
purchasod by tho provisions of
this clial)tor, all of which shall be
used exclusively for such school
purposos. Each school district
shall be under tho managon-ont
and control of the Board of School
Trusteos hereinafter provided for.
All Acts and parts of Acts in con
flict with this Act aro hereby re
Mr. Sturkie said ho expectedto
oflYr an amondniont allowing )oo
plo to havo moro than one whito
school in a district if they wanted
it. Oi his motion the debate was
adjourned until Tuosday on ac
count of the importance of the
A comiulsory education bill was
next considored . requiring - c.hil
drion hotw(n the ages of Viand 18
to attend the free public school
four hours eaci dliy. Any )erson
violating the Act shall pay a fino
of $1 per month for oach child
failing to ittend and bo iipl)rison
od not excoevdmig thirty days.
Mr. Thoim)son of Spartanburg
spoko in favor of the bill, and Mr;
Brionzeale moved to striko out, the
enl.actinlg words, which was agreed
Mr. Otts' bill repealing the Act
requirinig iiigrant agelits to tako.
outi a license in tho State beincf
reacled, l Mr. Alagi moved to
striko out (hw enticing words.
Mr. Oils, in sieaking of the Iwo..
pleI, solok( (f the overwhvel im ing
negrro poimII.tionl, anld hotelive
1no) IiIm)p(lilmeint shouli bo put in
their way if tihey wanit(ld to leavo.
Tli bill wa s overwhelmiiigly'
adop1) (ed an d wIls orderetd to its
Mlurd rea ding.
Mr. Williamis of Pickenis liail up
anlother dh)g bill, and1( mlado quito
in ailrnest )h1iiliilic against the
caninlo rao generally. The ob
ject of the bill was to cur-tail the
ralCO of dlogs as far as possiblo.
Theli hu1l wals, howevor. kil led.
Mr'. Barry's bill to require Coun..
ty .iloairds of CJommiissionc-rs t~o
Provide f ootways whierovor niecos
sary broughit forth I on di-~i
toll, ilocst of w ).pli M'dIu (Il~cus
g fke.Akwiwaasd n was favorable.
lishiod ainy one riding or driving
over theum shall be subject to a
htin of $ (0. or thirty (lays impr~is
onmuent. Tholi bill was ordered to
a third readiing.
TPhe Senua to con ven ed at 11
o'clIockc Satlurday, Sen at or IIar
TIhoro wvas a pretty heavy c'alen-.
dlar to htatidle, .special ly when it
wvas seen that nearly all the mom*
h ers woro ge't Iinhg anix ious to go
home)1. Haid it inot hoon foro thlis
dosi1ro amiong the mnembers t~o go
hmdoubt less there wouldl havec
been ai lively Session. Tlhe "'yaller'
(log" bill and the shad, sturgeon,
" 'cootor, '' tad polo and1( wigiglota il
hil11 and the piizo fight ing; pugi
Slistic, 1noso mashing bill have all
a rriveud and t here are busihos of
fun and1( eart'loads of gas and .t om
of oraitory. In additlion to~ Ihosc
a bill to improve the morals (i1
-the brindil cow Cwa~'is introduicedl.
Mj~r. Moses m8ovedl10'C to strike out
thuo eniactinIg wordls of th h l r41 o
quiirinig County Treasurers to e
to coirtin poinlts in t ho county,
I .ast year the hi1ll was~ passed 'o
lievinig the treasu11rers r'omi the
very duityv this hill domaniids. It
wats s111uply going up the hill and1(
1Mr. Moses moved to strike out
the ona cting wordls of t ho bill.
This (as01on andl the bill killed.
Th lifoll owing bill el ic ited con
A bil11 to require all perons
holding school claims against any
of the several countieos of thlis
St ate, except Ithe)(011 conies of
Giroonvill e and lVa irftiold, for any
fis4cal year, which have been imi
paitd, to cst ab1ish1 and1( prtovo same
before lthe School Commoissioner,
County TIreasulrer and County
Auditor of .'laid enunl~ty and1( to le.
Iquir ithIle Treasurer otf said1 coun
ty to pay aniy claimIls wh ich are do
charred valid out of any funds in
his hands b.olginhg to the school
(listrtict against which claim 01
claims are declared.
VTo (log bil n1ow bobbl.ed upi and(
hofo re aniy 0110 knew what. was go.
ing on, Mr. Williams, from Collo
tont, miovedl to rtrike out the etact
ing wordls this wa'fs (1011, and1( ,the
"'yal her dog" addehd 0110 more tri.
unmph to his p~reviouis recordl.
I have placodl with Boggs &
Mtoildin, Pickoens, S. C. alli notes
given me oin preiums1~ii on1 insuir
anco.Co. Please comoi up' and set
tle at once, we nood the monoey.
B. D). S'rhe wAtuwr,
for Thomas F. harmon.
child and Mother.
.0 Inothor-'y-ove, if you'll give Ine youl
And gowhere I ask yoU to wander,
I will lead you away to a beautiful land
To reailand tiat's waiting out yon.
We'll walk i sweet poaie-garden oul
Whero moonlight and starlight arc
And the flovers and the birds are filling
With the fragrance andl music of dream.
There'll be no little tired out boy to tin
No (Iestioni, or cares to perplex you,
There 4 be no little bruisos or bumps 4c
(No htching of stocleings to vex yoU
Foor I'll rock you away on a silvor-do
Amd-sing you asleep when you're wear
And no one shall kiiow of our beautiful
But yot and your own little doario.
And when I am tired I'll nestle my head
III t1 boson thaIt's sootheIl Me so oftOn,
And the wide-awake stars shall sing, in
A song which our dreaming shall soften.
So, mother-my-love, let mne take your doar
And away through the starlight we'll
Away through the mnist to the beautiful
The reailand that's waiting out yon
Rats in the crib give the teams
paius in the ribs.
Little seeds mako tall woods, but
tall weeds make short corn.
-A dog is more noisy than a pig,
and is not fit to eat when ho is tat.
..Afarner who does not see the
sun rise has need for an alarm
No dust affects the eyes
liko gold dust, and no glasses like
'The 'personal property of' Eu
gene Field, the child-poet,
amounted to $26,000.
Yet Sing a Chineso grocery mor
chant of Augusta, Ga., was mur
dered and.robbed in his storo last
The tomb of President Monroo
at Richmond, Va., has been robbed
of the silver plate boaring the
date of his birth and death.
. The area of Chicago, including
all the suburl)ban towns aii( outly
Ing country that has been gathered
ilto thocity limits, is 189 squaro
Tho city limits of San Francis
co coi)riso forty-two and one
fifthl squaro miles, and its popula
tion at th beginmning of 1895 was
estimated at 30,000.
The largest tract of mineral
land in the United States not yet
)ros)eCted is in Arizona. The
mountainus are full of gold, silver,
coppr, Ilead ana other valuablo
The ground in the natural gas
region of Indiana is said to be so
perioated with the gas that it is
daingerous to drop) a match mn a
well or any sort of digging in the
Minister Ronxiero and hi
Lr are g h mosta ~ lhe
rt~S~ s at thomaoa (pli
tal. They a~Wn old butlor
whoso. diining room decorationsa are
Senator and Ml~rs. Morrill are
considored the finest looking 01(d
couple in1 Washington-a dIistine.
t ion that forme.rly belonged tc
Sonator and Mrs. McLonald, ol
Mr. Gladstone, who has just
comlploted his 86th year, has fin.
ished revising the p~roof sheets ol
his edition of Bishop Butler'i
works, and is planniing new liter
ary work for thne year.
The little children of the Uni.
ted States have sont a $500 chocls
to the editor of the Chicago Roc
oras their contribution to th(
fund for a monument to the lat<
Ilonry Floorchind, of St. Louis
Mo., 4or five years a drill sergean'
in the German army, has accopted
an ofler from the Cuban patrioti
to join the forco and drill thei1
caval ry. H-e closed out his liquoi
storoe oni Sunday andl prepared foi
Admir'al Jonott says the noewh
buil t monitor "Puritan, "'is thi
greatest fighting vessel over built
'Sho can whip any war craft alloa
in the world todlay." He seem t<
think that with 30 of this kind wi
could do pretty miuch anythiing
w\ith any body.
She-It's raining, George, Yet
man'take my umbrella, but don'
forget to bring it back.
Georgo-"I wish you were a
anxious to have me come back a
you are for the return of the urn
Shs-"Why, George, yon knox
I need the umbrella."I-Roxbru:
The Railroad Comissionors woer
ini attendlanco on1 the United State
Court in Charleston this week t
answer the complaint in the mn
junction proceedings brought b;
the WT. & A. R. R. in the matter (1
redluction of freight on fertilzeri
T1he case terminated very ah:
rubtLly by the withdrawal of th
hill of comlafinit and the accop
tance of the new rates establishe4
by the Railroad Commissioner
and the refunding the excos:
4hlargeh on all shipments imnad<
since the first dlay of January
18963. Th is is a signal triulmpi
for a majority of the B3oard o
Congressmau 11. D. Money ha
boeoi electedl U. S. Senator fronm
Mississippi to sulcceed J. Z
Georgo. Jt requires twvon ty b~allol
to 'flfect the rosullt.
Now that the Fall and Winter Season is again at hand, and
Cotton has again proved itself King, we wish to call
your attention to the Stock of Goods we
have to sell you. Our line of
Consists of evdry Style, and is made of every fabric. The
Prices are such as to enable every one to
buy a New Suit.
Trousers and Suits -to fit the Boys and Children.
HATS IN ABUNDANCE!
At all Prices, and Cheaper and Better than you can get in any
other store in the State.
UNDERW E A.R!
From 50 cents a Suit up to $5.00.
In all the Latest Styles; made by the best houses in the world,
UNIVERSAL SHIRTS I
Ask to see our UNIVERSAL SHIRTS; Laundried and Un
landried. They are said to be the best shirts in
the market for the money.
EVE RYT EING.
In fact, we have EVERYTIHING that is carried by a Clothing,
Hat and Gents' Furnishing House.
NO OLD GOODS, and all we ask is a call from you.
Thanking you for past patronage we are
THE 'NEW CLOTHIERS
113 and 115 Main Street, Creenville, S. 0.
A Word to the ise,
I do not mean to bother the readers of THE JOURNAL with any high
flown advertisement. I mean only to state a few facts and I am sure you all
are wise enough to profit by it. When you come to Greenville if you are
wise you will drive straight to the Mammoth Dry Goods Store of R. L. R.
BENTZ and he will give you bargains that will make you happy.
I Vill give you
Heavy Canton Flannels for 41c. yd. 25c. grade Red twilled Flan.
Shirting Calicoes 4 nel 101
Indigo Calicoes 4 11-4 Blankets 50
8oz. Wool filled School Boy }1- o-k ,reads 50
Je 6 iAl wooIJackets,l a test style $1.75
8 oz. Wool filled School Boy :38 inch Imported all wvool
Jeans 20 Serge. all colors 25
10oz. Wool filled School Boy 46 inch Imported all wool
Jeans 25 Serge, all colors 39
Yard wide Bleaching (no Best quality apron Ginghams 5
starch) 5 Best quiality Cotton Checks 5 6e
Medicated all wool twilled Beast Canton Flannel on earth, 8 @10c
Red Flannel 12& Feather Ticking 10c.
Lack of space prevents my mentioning thousands of other bargains I
have to offer. Come and see for yourselves- All my Goods were bought in
June and July when cotton wvas 5c., so as long as they last will give you the
benefit of my early pur'chases.
Our salesmen, Eugene Hunter, C. Ri. Jordan, J. Milton King, J. C,
Campbell, Allen Par'iins and Frank Walker, will take pleasure in showving
you through my immense stock, which you aire cordially invited to inspect.
TflAN EVER PRODUCOED.
'NIGLOTHES, HATS AND URNISHINGSi
WEWRE TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete nowv,
and see if you don't agree wvith us. One of
two things we always mean to do: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a lowver price than you get them else
* GREENVILLE, S. C.
For the next Thirty Days we will offer Special
MI LUL N ZE R T
WVe have gone through our stock and marked them dowi
at prices that will make them go. Give us a call before buy
ing, and save your money.
Don't fail to see our 25 cents Felt Hats.
We carry a beautiful line of Stamped L.inen, and Xma
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
THE PRESENT COLD
I have 10 pairs wool Blankets
which have been reduced to $3 and
$4. Those are certainly bargains.
Woolen Underwear for men and
women. Must be sold, our prices
KEEP YOUR CHILDREN
A big lot of children's Wool
Drawers. These goods will. be s'old
for less than cost.
A full stopk of Shoes always on
DRY GOODS AND SHOESI
15 Pendleton St., Greenvlie, S. 0.
Main Street, GREENVILLE, S. 0.
Have now ready for sale all the
Latest Styles in
HATS, BONNETS AND CAPS,
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
07- They kceepconstantly on hand all the
Novelties at loweit prices.
Your patronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
The Auditor's office will be open
from the 1st day of January 1896,
to the 20th day of February 1896,
to receive returns of real and per
sonal property for taXation in
Pickens county for fiscal year
commencing November the 1st
The Auditor or his deputies will
be at each of the following pre
cincts to receive returns for said
Calhoun, Tuesday, Jan. 14th
Central, Wednesday and Thurs
day, Jan. 15th and 16th 1896.
Liberty, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 17th and 18th 1896.
Easley, Monday and Tuesday,
Jan. 20th and 21st 1896.
Cross Plains, Wednesday, Jan.
Looper's Store, Thursday, Jan.
Peter's Creek, Friday, Jan. 24th
Pumpki ntowvn, Saturday, Jan.
Eastatoe, (at King's old store,)
Tuesday, Jan. 28th 1896.
Hurricane, Wednesday Jan. 29th
Six Mile, Thursday, Jan. 30th
Prater's, Friday, Jan. 81st 1896.
Pickens Court House balance of
All changes in Real Estate must
be made and all new hni~irra
erected sinco the 1st day
uary, 1895, returned for:
Townshjp Assessors who
quiredl by lawv to examint
Ignorance of time of Ei.
no excuse and a penalty of 50 per
cent. for non returns is strictly en
joined upon Auditor.
All tax payers must mnako their
returns in person or by some one
legally authorized to do so in case
of sickness or absence from tue
county. Banks, Buildings and
Loan Associations, Fire, Life and
other Insuranco Companies, are re
quiir~ed by law to umake returns.
Each and every person will please
be prolpared to say in what Town
slhip) and School District they live
at the time they are required to
make their return.
All Males between 21 and 50
years of age except those excused
by law are liable to Poll Tax.
N. A. CHRISTOPHER,
Auditor of Pickens County.
Nov. 28th 1895.
With careful rotation of
.crops and liberal fertilizations,
cotton lands wvill improve. The
application, of a proper ferti
lizer containing sufficient Pot
ash often makes the difference
between a profitable crop and
failure. Use fertilizers contain
ing not less than ;3 to 4%
K~ainit is a complete specific
Our pamphlets are not advertising circualars boom.
log the results ofratest cxprrmets rka, t n ln.
Ever( cto frmr hesoi kti have a copy. They are
GERM.AN KALI woRKS,
- 03 Nassau St.. New York. '4
DR J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W.M. Nonwoon, Assistant. Office,
88) Main Street, Gireenville, S. C.
Jan.9, 'O2 y
D. J.ll P. CARLISLE, Dentist. Greemna
yl,8. C. 0fice over Addison &
McGee's Drust Storm.