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The People's JQirnal.
T. C. IOBINSON, Editor.
PUBLISHI EVERY THURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Eitered at the Post Offico at Pickens as
I lsll)A Y. MAIICI 19, 1896.
"Coming ovonts cast thoir shad
ows boforo" and politics in South
Carolina 1)romises to ho lively and
intoresting. Thero aro Jgions,
who want oflicQ, and are watching
the popular wave to waft thom in
to a place, where the duties are
light, and the componsation, am
plo.- Tho trouible, however, lie-s inl
tbe fact, tht tho dear people thiiIk
for theniselves and sottl) matftors
accor(l ilig to their own notions,
of4timeos playing havoc with the
best, devised schomos of politiciiiis.
They can penotrato plots and can
judge mnl, iot, being etasily de
coivcd by amlbitious aspirants-with.
Already combinations are re
porLed in Washington and the
band. to play. Shell and 'McILni
rin havo been in closo coiversa
tionl, and Sholl pronouncesCO McLau
rin the biggest man in Soutl Caro
lina. Irby is not idle a11nd come1s
to the fr int with his call for a
meeting ,of tho Democratic F'tate
Executive Committee. After mak
ing the formal cll n11(1 statinig
the olbject, ho takes advaitage oi
tho opportunity an1d preaches a
little srmni onl the princils of
the deoicraitic pirty l1(1 the
danger to its purpose an(d success.
He workd t t'lily oni I lie i'elii1).gs
of, tho Coilot'lvatives 111( pit I llll1
all to shoutinzg, even the News
an1d Courior exclaims amilid ars
Of joy. that ll'liv iS ri i olln 011o.
Bowden il 111111611'i to(lie o ' h 'r -
tre)e )( 011(1 ol ' illI to i ii. It o
(lhr- I wo, ( l II i 21 (1t1 1' it i (iry i I
this st' i. d (s ill (lagir of be
ing1 p lhd Ia ii.r. ''lier' is ]wo
rleal Cai'l1o f i1'i1, an(I tlie p'o
plo sI.,lld '4111lil) tilil'til ' -Ii( I
)Iy no t Itention to all this oliw
alldi lli'' citilUlt C lotlillg, (XC.*pt
aI (lsiro to) h". proniinut andl inl a
)osition to jick uip the est Iun s.
Thell silver n14"n Ilr,( going~ to .aI p
ture the c(liicago Convenitioni and
South Carolina i 8 must htve a share
in the joy of it.
Congressman Latimp~r. e
In tho last issue of Tr. non
NAL, was published a lotte?"fPn
JIohn Altheus Johnson, reviewing
thte contest of Roberti Noormanii
against Congressman Lajainor be
fore tihe Elect ions Comm it tee of
the Hous1e of Rlegrsenltal ives, anud
giving a b rief sketch of his Con
grossion al Iifeo. Of cou re, t he
readers of' the Jot:HIN.\ and11( lhe
constituents oif Congrest-muan Lati
mer read~ thle letters w.i th p leasurle
anid gratifientioni. Tii: JIovUiAh
- a '-''ing to that lette'r, but
ibservyat ion of C'on
it i ine's 5cours'e( ini Coin
ndorso)5 all thle .letter
0.. Perhaps 1no Con
gressmum has had so much to coni
tend wvith and has so successfuhlly
overcome every ('bs tcle. T 1he
people of his (listrict have juin
cause to lh proud( of hi um, and his
services in t ho House p~romises to
be mforeO aicctabt le andi suiceessii
than ever, .le is capabile, eflicienit,
and true, and commanhlsll the re
spect and1( conlfidenco of his follow
.laborers in Congress.
Chiairmial Irby Calls the Siate
Committee to Meet.
WVAsn1NOTON, I). C., Mareb 13.
TJo the miniiihers of thle State I )emiocratic
Execut ive C2oiitt(e:
Puorsuiant, to thle call of the Deinocratic
National Excuntive Coinit tee requiring
the sections (of delegates froiin eachl of the
sev'eral Stateus to aissembile in Chicago oin
.July 7th neOxtI for t he purpoisi of nioinatling
coni diates fo r piresident andii i ice pre'sideniit
of the U'nit id Staites, the demoiiicratic! State
execiltive coninit t ie is hierehiv re'questetd to
meet in the city of Columia oin Tuesday,
the 7th day of A pril, 18911, at thle hour of 8
O'clock p. mi., for th le purpose' of taking thet
nce(ssairy at eps looking to the reorganiza
tion oif the deimuarat ic party aund to the aa
semnbling of then State conveintioni to elect
delegates to the naitibonal convention, as
provided by article IV of the constitttli
of the party.
Rtecoiriing as5 we must the wide differ
ences (A oi~ion as. to the detaiils of piarta
politics anid party mnanagemient, yet fullha
alive to the present emiergeincy uponi th<
democracy, we cannot bunt realize that the
party's purpose and suiccess can only be at
tained byv disciplinie aiid orgaiza~tioin.
.As understood by us the pol iticalI hope o
the country is cenitered In the demzocratic
pat.Its principiles, which have heet
Jinddlown from JTeffersoni and Jackson
are absolutely necessary to mintain thi
equal rights of all the States andii to secuire
the wise~ andi economical goverinent of the
country. What ever dIfferences there may~
be as to the appl~ication of the prinlcipile
for which the party stanmds, all must agret
that only by harmony coiicession and
loyalty to the party cani its endts be accom-*
The representativcs of thIs State should,
*therefore, go to the National Convention
with a fixed dleterminaittioni to mei(et their
*brother democrats in a spirit of amity and1(
with a view to hiarnmny. United iandt in
perfect accoird i we oghit to be able to con
tinuo in control of the government. With
a dletermnination to proeilC harmony, we
can gain much in the direction of our do
tires as to the app~licationl of democratic
prliciples. We can gain nothing except
thefeat of the deimocratic party by open
declaration of our dleterinalitioin to dis
organize if we cannot have our particnlar
views carried out. However we may dlif
for as to details with our brother democrats
frorn other sections of the Union. we all
know that the democratic creed and~ a
deniobratic conitrol oif the government are
far bettor for us than anyting we may ex
pet from out opponenta.
08Ig5d,) J.I.1!. [In,
As I have not 1oon any sugge
tions from any one from this coun
ty as to how we as voters are t
pursue during the campaign us
ahead of us, I thought it migh
be well to vonturo a few thought
as to the best way for us peopl t
pursue. Shall we - go into th,
Democrat party again to got wha
we want. Is there any earthl1
hope for tsatLparty to ever got in
to power again. The general bo
liof is no. Why not. Should an.)
party live any longer that hai
mado such a blunder as the Dom.
ocratic party.- has mado, aftoi
abusing tho republican party foi
years for partially demnonotizing
silver and otior yicious things and
just Rs soon as they got In powei
they done worse things tha they
abused the Republicans of doing.
Shall we try to worse or encourago
such a party asthat. All sonsible
peolle will answer no. Grover
Clovoland was suspicionod by
many of our voters as being a dan
gorous Jman to our liberties. Was
they wrong, did not four hundred
and sixty-four in this county say
4o by their votos. Wts not, they
right. Thoy voted their convic
Lion regardless of party namo inl
mlly opilion; that is what we will
have to d6 before we got the relief
lesired. Leaving out tho boe
jacks, who is this that wants
sound -money the gold staIindar(l.
mat vants silver no longer as re
demption Imoniey, calling silver
fifty-nine cents dollar it is ill my
opinion that that. class that wants
fivo cents cotton, liftyelcents weIlat.
lnimhiployed 1a1r, stagnaltim iun
businc.ss pape-rs, dissa1tisfaction
and discon.tetment. lIavn't we g ot
the gold stmdard al ready and the
bahuico too. NowN if we u(d uice
n110l10v ill cireilliittoll wllo11 kiloN.s
tllat hitter (hal w!' di. Ilnw aire
wo to gdt it. Go and coiisilt. a
party that iu (inominiat[,d with
1)1011 (1hat. wants f'very till ig cheal
blut their sailry or their Illy'v.
There is wlere. we niade the I mis
take. Who is it t hat is o0ntrollinguf
tile 1)emoerat al1d 1%e0puI)lical par
tit's. l0 tir e )'o 1101. th mi e1 t iat
forced (ho exepit ioen clauso on the
'efOilacks, tio ill n that retir(d
Le grueillaeks an( issnedl ilit ent
eariig Iln(ds, t he 1en who passed
Jli Crelit sthelly'ii'ilig act, thme
11,n1 that. deiiiomalized slivor, the
1l11 lbI!) rep 'ailld tlhe Sherm an -
blanl silver I'l. ythbe inil who is
ued Ilodiis ll tim'' of pefte, flhe
li)n Wlho, lire trying to rttiro the
emi111er of the peopl'S 11on1ey.
.1ih(t h the old partios aro guilty
>f the abovo laws. Can we tIrusI
tIh em any lon'gor. Lot us orga nize
L.luI get togotler and say what w<
w4anit an1d' lot our men or larty Pas
tha.t is not abovo suspicion.
Now as to stato politica v
shiould.niot 1l't 1no man got inl oflie
that was not ini acordl with thi
.froocoinago-of silver at 16 to 1.
\- Wo ha'vY.the state in our hant
and'iet us Ikeop it. Neverthelee
wvo have been called all kinids<
namies except Democrats. We al
anld have 1)o0n fo.r Jefforson a n
J1acksoni principl)os. Let us (igi
her those lirinciples undier wivl
ever banner is, hoisted in their di
fence. Lot us not he~ re'5sonsib
to a COfeOion who may pretend
represenit us in thlo 2Nat ional1 Col
ventioni at Clhicago. For it,
plainuly seen on the surface biefor,
hutand, the only aim is to snar ilI
Rit seems to me that it is a lit.
cheeky, for the poewer1s that be
expet lov'e from the people1, muc
less idolization. They should "C
nidrton keep. Kings oughti
spear and not skin their sheep
1i am glad to see that somo <
the leading papoprs of the natic
are beginlmnag to look at the agr
cult ural figures. 'rho Now Yo1
II eralId, A tnla't Cnstitution ol
Thyv .shmow tha ~t the producers
the four leading crops of cor~
wheat oats anid cotton have lost<
their crops alone since 1890) a su
olual to *1.178.000,000, nearly tA
billions of dollars by tho deli
of p~ricos. Thon thoro 1 is ti
moendous decline in tho) values
farms, etc. But here we im
watch our state authorities, th
do not wish to appear to be poev
ty stricken, and mako most (d<
perate efforts to keep up the
sessments; amnd but too well si
coad oni this line. I must conif<
my opinionl of my fellow maun
the decline, am disgusted with o
part for op)prossing, anod thIie otl1
for submitting. As I1urns sa,
"Good Lord what is man, for su
ple as he lookcs, do hbut try toe
velop his hooks a nd crooks, wi
h lis'dopthis anid his shaullows, I
good and his evil, all in all he ii
prolem must plol/.t thle devil."
fear -we .will not puzzle him
bandly that lhe will fail to get I
brand on us.
An implortant p)oint to renwi
her is that maniy acres puroduce $
to $100 dollars, so many11 alel
must only produce $1 or less.
can show you acres that you wou
not give so much for.
What about our boasted civi
zation with 9,000 or 10,000) mu
d ars annually and $18,000,000
roplorted 'ombezzlomon ts, probah
only a small por'tion publishecd.
For sale or trade, my lacO 2
sido the corp~orato lim its of II
towvn of Pickens, containing Nv
and three-quartor acres of groun<~)
Two good dwellings 01n same an
necessary out buildings. Will so
cheap for cash or tradie for fan:
ing land; fine wvell of water.
W. C. Bn1MLETr.
4IMaske Uottei ta starisists Urwol,
We dosire to impross u?Oi th<
D farmors throughout the Sotith thi
t importance of planting full foo<
t products for the coming year
s Circumstances mnako it more im
) portant than over this yeair.
Tho most prosporous farnors i
6 the South are thoso who make fil
food crops and plant thoir surplum
One roason why it is moro im
portant this year to make ai.in.
croso inl food crops is furnishc(i
inl the war clouds that hang arond
us at prosent. While thero My
bo no dangor of a foreign war, thc
fact is vOry lppaitreint that, whi IleI
we may not hocoio complicated
im it, a foroign war cannot h much
longor delayed. Every nation inl
Europo and Asia is hotfteretiuipped
for wtar than over hi 11fori. I t scomls
that they have I'een prepatring for'
'years to strengthen their atlra
monts and to increase the capacity
of thoir war (chests. Thoy have
gono so far that, very ono of tliem
is afraid to re(luce taxes for fear
that some otier will ttako a(lvnni
hag of it. Thinking men soo in
this a great mennlco to the peloo
of t h) worlkl. This bing the casl,
and th( knowledge of the fact that,
tilly wialr ill Europ would vei
much affecti the prieo of cotton
'andt( enhan1ev tihe) valuel of broad..
st u fls, induices uits t.) insist that
farmrs of [he South increase their.
The iden has gono abroad that
thore will be a very large cotton
e'ro)1 planted this year. Whether
thw aereago is inlcreasd orI not, tlio
Consunu101.rs of cott'on feol certain
that it will be, aidt the prieo of
'dttohn will prob)')ab 'ly be mcli low
er Whwl the liew crop comlies ill
thal it Is n1ow.
A 11man makes no mistako to
plant enoigh food crops to 111ako
him inidependeit of any other far
mri. Cotton will keep even if it
is at a low Iprico. .1hat a --anl who
lais to hold his cotton fn(d bity his
provisions onl ti ime 's letting the
can tid l burn at both enlt lds, aid .it
is ()lyl.\ a questiol of tile whien be
will go to th wall.
Th Somth esp(cially will sutlfo
it hreadstufs riSo ill prico. A ma
ca1111111t eat his co)t toll', an(I1 , un1for-.
tunlabtly, wov sIld six-vighths ol
Mur c*OttOll pr~odietionl oult. of thif
South to be ma llact rt'(ed hoforn
wo (nnl use- it.
Our ftirmrs should see to it tha
tlhey havo (loillh supplies a
home, and wliatmver they can ti
ford to plit over and above, ia
thev sould pit ill cottoln.-Con
A Joyf ul Enninavg.
Evforybody knows Unclo Jari
Looper, innd his botter half, who
alway untiri ng ini bor eifor'ts I
p llease those' who may chanice I
come11 umle1(r her purioiw..
1lifie last Friday niight wh'<n
abomut. I thirIy peoplo of v'arious ag
(gat hored t hero froma Pickens-to*a
and1( v'iCinity to spend1( a f'ew hiui
inl joy fuil e'xrcmiso respons0ive3i to) I
skillful touch oif two violinists.
Unc le J.1 (10was 11h lif of (4 l
Sparty and1 urtgodl all to make thiet
solv4's at home1.
D~ancinig hogani at about S:
So'clock and continued in unbroke
succession till nearly (elevent whi
reofresh ments were announ iced,
which till prosent partook lieartil
lo for thoro wa'fs onugh and1( to spai
o ovonl enough to food t hirty p ol:
A After suippCer the happy dante
o repaired to the dane1o0 hiall, am
o' again the house reisountded wi
f the cheerful voice 'of iAlajor
mn W~ash Roweni whio was nmasteir
.. ceromonilos inl that I dephar'tmol
*k Midniight como( and the patl
c. recognizing the fact lthat a f
of hourn't sleep to ho st and1( hositess
nvell as self was a Ihing ott
mI neglected, bot ook it self' homewa
m fe'el ing sat i ?fied anad thian kflu 1I
ro the manity Ci c oeie.s and pleasui
n. ableh inc10ident s of thle ('von'inlg.
o0- -. n -ang Aso-an-iosa.
of We, the iudersigned'(, do ask h
steverybod sy initereisted mn sin gi
Swil 1mineet withI Sicn '41 lc hitrch
'the liifthI Sundal~iy ini Mlarch at
Woe also ask that. '.welve 31
binginig Associat l ion ot wit li1
4' Ill. F". I 4sley,
th ii1. S. StiblIing,
So I itend1 goinig eat ofI -huine~t
my store'4 will b~e sold1 at. COST'
1)-:( d~iso ofl them'i. 'Ilhis is tne lhm
It) hug but. a rel reaIitfy, so como11
es' andi get thle pick. 'P'hiis is foir sp
ld w ho have niot yet settled t hir 1'i
.(dohtednltess to imo. .1 want, to 1r
hi- indl such fthat I still need 11
r'- mlontey and they will (oblig e 0I
tif conuniig up prompltltly and. sett iin
hy ..I.Biv r -r'.
J1 wa's biornt near I-'dgihl, I . (
I hiavo inv~entfed thle best, ani
a- ch1(apest stock hit(chlert that wi
l0 i'ver' in veinted(. Agets wantite<
oh Addres'0s W. P. Itoly, Gireetnvilli
' i t' he t voter (f P'iken 4') rotity, I hier
1- by atili neeici inlysel fi a candidate1 for t ho
flee of Coun lty Su~perinltendent.11 of mie;11
t ionu b iiljet to tli'he vters ii tlh. pritii)
Fro '' W Aegi vtsyssasa'es
i 34vIiatd school wis closed onl accotint
of so iuch sleknes liardly onea-fourch
of thosO entered were able to attenid for
-Mrs. Clark Is Impioving sonic.
B. J. WIlliams' Soil <loes 10t SCems to
31-,IIs8 E1iliiile 2111d Cl(aretice WI lliitnis, 2s
11m as liss 10ssic (iCox are conlvalescotit.
.'laiU1, soin of J. M. Williams, Is very
I W with pliuemonlilia. Mirs. 11la(iIlit Silith
aI)1 twolo-f her dauighters, Blelle anid Fan-.
ni11 arc .si'lously ill with iunctimoi Ia.
John;f AWllmliiis sill ill feehle health.
Cr Ross at(s had btll few worshippers
Tis.8Is a-hoit (lie tlme of fle year that
Iteecideital fires get ou2t. T. S .'I'lulner was
sa'life niahyoniha ,accountl. Mlonthy
cvebllig, biut he saved hlk fodder.
We lrve h1e:rd of but, liu le Corn belig
llidiitetl aind 220 ottoln See(1 yet.
The Uiion1ul leeliig of (he liftih dlvis
lo2 of thle Twelve 'Mlile Associatioi will
be leld utith G(rillin church on the fifthI
Sinlnlay inl I sli.. nio 1h I:222 Sat IIIday in,
before, begt~ii lt' 10 o'clock. I evo
tional exc'eieses will bie coilicetl Iiy
li.J.-10 O Ste a1 1-0 o1. o'clock 1wly,
Intr-odnviory smrlinon ait, It o'clock by
Row,. It. Ilfoer,
A dji irn for innler. Afterloon-ir
I-4. Shouhd tur chlilhe,4 ICain Inl fel.
lowship it i el ber1 Iho uv0lses iitoxienlI i'ig
lignirslas 1 !wveIag, 2.22i if ntl ho y
sl Ionhl seih :a inei'lber be lealt with? lBv
2 1. 'ho ll . (i Iv (hii1rich receivO a no-m-|l2
her ly letIor fiot :i anilioer ciurch witl
out exan illing th1' apliliic-lit as to Ik Io
Iher conllversiti, chriktianl expel I, nee, lf e
cle? Noy.%.. N1. Lj .onv-.
i low .-mII IIl thios' inlmters Ie
ilt wit ih who l bitially abei Ohnm.
- s"lves frain thi ie n~ h rc ei.
01n.1i fall toi piy iiw exjlises of th'
c rh? It.y Niev. .1. T. Lewi.
. (II I u d .11no:: 0.inln :It I 'Clock
Sinnhiy~~~ vH1( mho \a .lei~ ill b!
lib iiul 1t2n iii ne 2 alks(' interuspersetl
wil i 1nsie'ht' . wi. .e ia, iile' 2-a folllwlsv :
What is a 52abb th :(,hoo,': Rev. J. :M.
Il'm ainm an ('jet of a sabbath
School? -1. T. C'iles
Somie 4f tlh l't-irhlti of Sabbathb Sehool
work?~~~~~ -le.,.E o r.
Shoud unouvelai n~rsns tach Inl
80' ~tth Shouylb~. .. T. linrt-dlne.
Tle rew:ild fir fAifuil Sabbazith S10o
.eachers nii' -thobui? Iev. .. 1. Lewis.
i ii nry Sr112m aIt II o'clock by
Revy, J)- A . - te wn-l.
Senl ts i' News.
It i. iarnostly requested that
o1ur. f1lnds all - over ih(o county
w ill . 1u -m i any and overy iloiu
01 AnOW'S, pers)n ls, (te. It is tho
d14sirn of the alnatllgmuotl'A t;) mako
this po mer emphatically n.1 ows
Iape21r t thtO-cOunIlt.y . lld witlh the
co-o-'al. llhof our friends We ar.,
L "ure t(2 suCed. Please se(nd us in
Sany 2itll of ii terest.
All jo) priiting is ensh on d.
(1 an y sn!ch lil d the s ar t , iso li
Ill11 B-1.m1 ik a confvhnir2 n, 'g imtl.
0 d . i i1n1. i - uVvn
.3 m- i I by lan enti "it p'Y i '. 1It i.,
l Ih b t.livi --. i . v l t o
pulc :l oandl iSuersgen
- tliixas.;.in h i n '.-"'l u ra h m in i lu et.
Qonupi4 nywe eelid..
i ' .t V he ."g(b li I f i-e." a n l v.-riis
lnoutw. ee :rsaeb ho s
22 - I s Ill, a ; 'lin-jlt Sof '
w *e np e l )I N'1'y. 1
I', . t. -1. l.' lT I il l S
le Physiciao~n and1i2 'Srgeon
''li. hi p .o~ c .\tin'kereet. C
rs \iach N. 189; if
() e af Ca1h, o inauo'
-2212 ail ull lsineo
Sneensor, to o&(ordlett
(1. T E l.AN A1MED,
FO U jOe SKCN IN. ESE
Would b ph.lad btto see o
2 SC%~ULA,,. UC rS, eCnville,S..
an ll ovter crne & Doter's DIrug~tN( 033re
RUN. OROFS. 22R . bD., 2112(1 301 ai j
bwhen n ole otp~ rosial y engag~
and OOD-Nalf OAlna Tim .
Odo Improved Chester
I haVe FIVE MALEs of tihe abovo breed
Of hogs that 1 now offer for sale. Woro
fivo weeks old on the 14th. Call aid see
thou whil0 In Easley. Apply to
T0is. K. ID 1) ENS,
March19t4l. Etisley, 8. C.
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Right now is a good timo to
begin a garden. We laVe all
the seeds you want and also
Irish potatoes and tools to work
them with. Don't forget these
Potato looks, Rakes, Spades,
Shovels, Forks, and Wheelbar
New Hats and Shoes.
New Spring Dress Goods.
Nice and bright.
Go in our furniture rooms and
look all about.
See the nice beds and bureaus
aInd pretty rockers..
Sit down and rest that tired
Come everybody, but don't all
come at once.
TT7. T. .M'FaI.
Pickens & Easley ItR.
To be finished, provided we
can raise the money. Now, in
order to do that, save your
dimes and they will make dol
lars. Walker & Owings have
bought out the cheap "W reck
Store,'' 117 Main sree(, Green
ville, S. C.
'h1ey a1ref closo cash buyers.
Buy bargains and sell )argfainls
is th'e ilotto. When you visit
Greenille and wVant to find the
cleapest, stoirc in town, look us
ulp, 'and we-( w\ill soonl conivinlce
111 flult( -%\-( til 1 01 Cli'l'iC
you thant we have the cheapest
goods inl the city.
Give us a call and se for
yoeurself. Ve guaiantee to
Save you money.
Walker & Owings,
.117 lain St., Greenville, S. C.
I hav: 1n pai rs wool flankots
wich haIizive been1 red(lucd to $3 and
\ oIlnI mub-rwear for meni and
"*' hi n. Mluit bo sold1, our pricos
A hig hot of children's Woo
Drlawers. ThoFso goods will ho soh
fo~r lees than cost.
A full stock of Shoos always or
.A. JE. Par1s
DRY GOODS AND SHOES!
1. Penudletonm St., GIreenyllle, 8. 0,
M310 Street, ClREENVIL~LE, S. C.
I4av( no0w ready, for sale all the
- Latest St.yiles ini
HATIS, BONNEIS lANODM'A
- C'7 'lThey keep cotnstatttly on hand all il
Novelties at lowtest prieps.
Your pat ronage solitedl.
Main Street, Greenvyille, S. C.
Final Settlement Notice.
T wvill apply to, J. n1. Newh~erv, .Jttilge
P'robaflte for P'ickens eouty, S.'U., on th~
26th dtiay oif Marchl, 158%.n for leave to 'iakl
- a finl settltenmt, of thle estate o f W. A
Perry , dleceasedl, andot askel to b e iinisase
as5 admlintstratolr. J1. TV. n A lmiWI N,
ielb. 22, 1806l. Adzninistrattor.
and exhausted fields whici
_were once pr'oductive can agail
b~e madec profitably fertil<
b~y a properC rotation of' crop:
andl by the intelligent use C
fertilizers containing high per.
Strikingly profitable resul t5
have b)een obtained b~y follow
nag this plian.
u.):r papphlets are not advertising cirtarq loom
44 real helipfut to fr ar. They are rent irce foi
tetkii.GERMANq KAl. Wolms~
I g3 Naa St .. N w' York.
I ..P.CARISLE, Dentfist Green,
ivieS. 0. Ofllco over Addison a
OUR SPRINC GOODS
Have arrived and we will be able to show you
the best line of
(D I r 1~-II35Ta Gr T
Ever brought to Greenville. Our competitors must bow to
u when it comes to a question of PRICE. Why?
This is easily explained.
These two words moan a mountain of things.
No loss, no hvd accounts, and a thousand other things that
mean a loss to any business where credit is given.
Pender over this, and if you find that we are correct in our
calculations, you will give us a chance to sell you
S"iLrTTO AJOTD S /j
Clothing to fit any size and pocket,
Ilats and Gdents' Furnishing Good at the same fgures.
Come in and look through our stock,
which is second to none.
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
I 13 and I 5 Main Street, Creenville, S. C.
Just received and opened up
the nicest line of Ladies' Un
derwear ever shown in this
maaket. Gowns, Chemise, Skirts,
Corset Covers, Drawers. We
guarantee the prices to b~e lower
than you can buy the same gar
ment for from any Newv York
house. We cordially invite all
ladios to call and see our stock,
whether you wvant to buy or
not. Miss Mamie Townsend has
charge of this department andl
wvill take pleasure at any time
in showving you through.
Ladies' Shirt Waist.
Just opened up a pretty line
of Ladies' Shirt Waist at the
popular prices--50 cents, 75 ets.
andl $1.00; these are cheaper
than you can buy the goods and
have them made up.
.Just in a large line of *Wash
(I Silks for waist and full dresses
at 33A cents. Call and see them
you are sure to buy as they ar'e
so pretty and such great value.
THAN EVER PRODUOED.
KLO THES, HT NiiiFURNISHINGSg
WE'rlE TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete now,
- and see if you don't agree with us. One of
twvo things we always mean to do: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price; to sd! you the same goods
at a lower price than you get them else
GREEN VILLE, S. C.