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The People's Journal
T. C. RtOBINSON, Editor.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Yea
Entered at the Post Oflice at Pickens a
T1 tl17 SI)A Y, A iti ?11 2-3, 1896.
Red Bank, Saluda county, S. C.
has a niew six coluinti folio, thr
Courior. Its motto ip: "The
three groat loxes preservinig ]I1.
mnl lioIrty-the Ballot Box, th(
Jury Box and the Cartridge Box.
In the house on the 15th inst..
Nr. Boil, doiocrat, of Toxait. call.
Vd up the uallfol u repo W1 of
el.ctios1 comilittoo No. 3 in ho
caso of Moormiati vs. Laier,
from the third district of South
Car-dlna, rVcommen101dingr the( aldop
tiioin of rosolutions declaring
,oorillanl, repuldlicall, no0t elected
and 1.atieir, dem11ocra1t, elected
an d enltitled to the seat, hlvd by*
him. Tlin rellrt. ws agreed to
'solut 0n115s adopt ed.
illy to soe) i fariller jullp
litor anid hear him ask
- you wlit 118 to (Iuit ra1is
si for, whell wo eint soll
allvtiils.i else?'" We don't, wallt.
lom to (fult for anvtling. Our
advice has belni, rasu it sitliciency
of food crops an1d let the surplus
le cotton. A farmier collaily call
product- h is bread and meat chiap
(.I thall he0 vall raliso 5 volit <-ooll
to 1u v '.2 co <t'i illmon itt 75 cellt
(41111 witlh. .Is tl<re dallYthlln lilt
rr'n"ona l' ill11 tlh e propo)sit ioll'.
RienA 'ill iaim O-v ation la IIe )as.
SolulaitA mailli ll wiII arri\(l inl
leliver ever tIi lhlrliigton rI--ad
at, 7 :80 'e '( ik this morliig. )ii
ing tit) dav the (list inlulilshed vis
il 'r will h-' 1.'' guest, of ille po
r a11d Ciorado with
>n of 1111t, ad is
wil bIo tondered a
()Itl it (lt) Browni Pal
l1lorroN eyellinig tflu
ldress t IlI. State Dmiil
ocratlc Coivoll ti loll. ()it husiday
le will 1e the gist( of the sllolter
11Ill (if tho city. alid is wehodled
to spe-ak at Arliingtonl park.
'Senlator, TVllimlanl will bO mlt, ait
the' d1t. I y leading dlllocrltl
amid will be scortod to the i 1 rowii
Pahlce ioteil, where h will lool
the com(I illittmo of, receplt.Iit, F1$
Io. A t 10a. i.eI t Aerltio
dIrive fiuuit tile cityv. The rtcel
(1011 Ilis eelinlg prillisOs to h
(11l( (If thfe grea(.Ost a65 lfflirs of tl1
kind1( ever held in D enlver. Ti
'filliail club, Silt strolng, wvill tuim
ilit to a11ii al1, C ve1ry iiomheiir ca rr
iing al pitchifork. The& dfemnd wi
SO greait yesterday th ht. every pit
fork oni salain Dl 1envor wi
dlispos)ed of( and1 tile dlemnd w:
1nsit ieitl . Th'le c lubI~ will asser
b)( illo I a.w rencoi street, biet we<
Sixtooni for thelt Pa
(If mluslic will
hotel and( the- dloe
t.1ilie itst, 'ver Pse
IVpiiid it all addr11iess II t ll liei
uites ini leungthI. A t 7 :1 p. mn.
R. Hloldenl, inl biehlfH of 1 le Tli
]1an1 cluh, ill IPr~sellt the Heliat
wvilli a pi tell fork 11itade fromi Col
radoI silvor and1 gold.
Th'le piaradle wviIlt b(If s9peciali
tert't froiii the 1:1 ige lillnIbor
hIll oIY(f f.ho~ pero11ili ill tile p:1
cosiiion will lie suppli1 ed withb Til
man11 u lagems. 'Ille Ilie i of 1111r(
will lI e flii ixtcell 111 stelet.
(1loula ril, II) Sevnell th , Ill
thence tto th liB rown hottel.
- 'Tho following dlispiatchi oxlil
itstelf. lbev. %/.11.Smiith is a brpotl
or of Foster amnd Williamil Smit,
and his wife is a sister of Mr.
M. iMaddonl, of this counlty. T1h<
mioved to Missouri in 1870:
Bourbon M o., A pril 7.-Mrs. S
rah Smithb, wife of 11ov. Z,.
Smith, comi11tted suicide at h1
hom1e1 3 mi11les, froi>m horo Mond:
morning at 10 o'clock. For at nm
her of years Mr's. Smith has hi
apells8 of being tonmporalri ly ins5
and since0 her' dauighitr, Mr's. N
Gregor, of t his placo, diedi a f
neo0 she has bem Uii
for the past two wooe
very bad requlirinlg Co
01hm1g. On Mondaliy h
anhd Rev. Watson wato
ory closely, thoro boin
m,-porson on the place. S:
wvent out to tho b)arn and the go:
tiemn wonut out to keel) ill sigi
sooni she retulrned anid woint in
the house, andl shortly tihe gentl
men wont in) amnd not finding 1)
)fn tihe lower rooms, Mr. Watst
wYout up stairs and thero foui
her hanging by the neck. He cal
ed and at the same timo ca'g]
hiold of her and raised her up. N
Smnith camne and cut the rope. Si
breathed three times after they I
er down. She had got a ropo
thei barn, seeroed it on her persc
went up stairs, wrapped it twi:
aroulnd her~ neck, .stepped on a be
about a foot high, festoned ti
other end of the rope to .a raft
gnd stopped off the box. Hey (e:
- were resting on the floor who
found. Mr. Smith was making al
rangemonts to take her to the as)
lum and was waiting for tho cou
to moet this wook for an ordor.Sh
leaves t husband and two son
Rev. T. M. Smith and Elija
Smith and one daughter,Mrs.W:m
Dixon to mourn her untinel
Mr. Editor: Ini the article
wroto before in answer to you
Croswoll correspondent I tried to
inform him in ovory way that
could how I had acted inc (0o3r
part of the business, but it HOll
that ho does not consider it, trtic
in any snso, so for me to writo tC
try to givo iny personl of thlt dis'
j)ositioi satisfactioI I (o not pro.
pos to spend tillo that wiy, but
I will ask in the plaieO, of charg
fig mie agamI of ming a l te
roatd in the statuto of Sou th Carn
Hina, sectionl 650, and Boo if the
coiiutaitiition tax in l'iekons coun
ty was not two dollars or six days
work list year. So I submittil
time question to the couinty' board
of commissioners last October for
them to docide till) tax or 4ot. anld
my rocollection is the voto was
ullaillo11111S ill favmor of payilig the
t) (oillars. So 1 authorized tho
t~l(.as1u1ror to c(olec fni'o anly 0that
wish to pay anld pulsheod the ale
tionl of the board. He1(avs that
aceoruling to a statemint ilid b1Y
(O Of th Easley towlishli board
it was a law and that, mado by
you aild the county board. I have
noillilig tof Sily al1ollu, wlhat. (Atbor
men01 has sait nor done.. I assmert
facts anI ti s vi u)l it tio d() I i i tll lo.
I 1.1llIoInhewr tllat wllell till) nla1t.hter
1Ni' h f1r1 the e t~lrd io 1,ta rt .
P4'1rry sptokeo fit avorinig the Groe
ville law,4 o doll 2111d o nIlu mill
or tllf propur lyv. w illforid im1i
aete alrad yl Iw that wvo could
maoti ii no lvyg (n11 the pro gerty.
Now r ar 1w t sction efWi-exrd to
aid call the irur township con
tmsion rs to .9110 th copy of the
roadI( law passo'd by the last logis
latulro, rehiling the tax to $eei>0
or four days wto retid ) ceived at
le1tter fromn thi) lon. .B. J. Jolhn
stmil ilnformling meo of the chlgp,
notifying ie thOnto wilno wa xtel
dd to the firs', of April to pay
this year. I suib1il ittreil ile inkattil;
the o)LunllitIy lOrd. HO t e I C
'ide:mirer wtas odeo Ird t I
nly $1.n50 and to refund 5O ctl;
to those who had paid. IlI say.
ill o ir judgin , tell if .llad went it
thI (lrome lvill tilp'rvisor c' e If
b11w l aliy proof thatpo is i I'o
-tilio by inllir l assi ions. I )o .
aitis is not proof ill spaktilt"
th womdIon brii". ) f olmargs l
f siaying that I nor nh ith
L'man had lioard that. ireenvill
Iil ariie tl Iild aI ood
ordf j u t il111 I', a w ld WoI'r i th
board.i' ot. Ieat h I wrol
1and1)1 iti to%1li11 thi ten Sta
weeillii ator t'hi0?lwenlt bo the 'e
CosAtecyItll w1(.. '11 o hat Wyu h1 I
it.efor II went .1 befoe 11tem, bil
chlen could111( 110 Iiud ('1111 Ni'g
o f li lry illitI '.t i'OllI, ri h e let
S t i 'l fo t le s r thai ail ale
aol li(' w t.Ioi' t il ati I Sp'i ke g o.
e 'la t e115il'V lillientitifll. iiioll tw i
(1e 8t.i o advetisr ill ld aliv Wiit.
1ov redtbritigiot b letgi)Iie ti 1'l
reh~'igo the -ld thceiay I'wet. h
Chfel ilAil, St,11. iO(0
l t a toi Alet 1'till I 01( alioll (I
~ rbridge bin to br thy ganmr
w)'Mi.assWrti of'n. 111n1 speak1 ofi
I- hasnd benithart Ioaf the bullpe
VIfor tof ) Al eyn Clu'ty to 1be1
to181 buid th bridge. ~usThistledd ali
propthed tol~ put. it. file tiheI cornr
t(coi twou clliIes l sali Soiry
out ii y ae o o llil U ( t ltlli 11
of1 jtirigs t ltilo, aclu, Iwio l all
a1- pleiof thant ~i o .11ubli jllflt
it m .ay oto 1)8ar S ry eat a oii,
r.ofilI ortanve arsnthe cas
~lristh atiiyolle own actioll tU
I havoit nt boaedn~l of shrew'
n peached1 thMois yfr on $he edl
,- moring Jo xoletho Rev. Gree
, vlandum Cofinchond froi.
ly SuilH i oudhv oi
n oestiocratic Excesiarve ozamxittee
The County Domocratic Exocu
tive CoImlittoo Mot at the cour
t house April 22d, 189(3 1111( passed
e the following call to the Doimo
cratic voters of Pickons county:
b All the local Donocratic c lubE
in Pickenis county aro requested to
y moot at their respectivo plilcos of
Imiotiig on SAturdaty tih 2d day
of May and elect delogiates to the
I County Convention which m1ioOti
lat Pickons C. 11., oi tho first Mon.
(Illy ill May at 11 o'clock a. I.,
aSo one executive co1n)ni ttenian.
Tho financial quostion hats forced
itself to the front and will be
the parlulloun01t issu in this c1am1l
paign, thereforo it. is the duty of
ovurv Domocrat to turn oit and
See to it. t hat, you elect menvi1 who
aro inl favor' of' a free and untilimit
(d coiaig*o of both gold atid silver
at a ral iIo of itI to i, and a 1at11in
aIII urroicy safl fo, silld and flox
ible issuod by 1ho geinral govern
A full lega! teder for all debts
reeivabllo for all1 public dulos anld
w ith1outt the ilntorvelition of pri
vato corporations or aittiolll
billks. Tho ciditions ill o1r
volliltry are alogar to thiat of
FI'ranco befor, their revolution b)1ut
if wNe act ill 1inn1e we clln Slve oIur'
naI10ion by the ballot. wich l"'ranco
could not then do, thw result, be
ing a dolungo of blood. let till)
sllides of th imimorta1.0lJffrs1
urge every tiio (mlocrat, young
11n1d old to it, olle buckil ol their
.ar-1101 alld be) con1svless ill this, flo
se'(onId struil for indeendence
a1glilIst the sel fish w('ealthl of the
world Hait kilows 11 hlag :>r coun
try1 aInd llo Gold bult. 11lain11mli,
V. A. llAIIM I rON,
As I nevur see allythling in your
collinillsi froinl this part of Texals
if yom will pornll' t 11, I will give
your many reitders i flw i11'8. I
wallit to Say that sothl(ilig over
two y'rs ago, I Sold m11o4t al I
had in the Plleltto Stato and
brought lily family here to the
Lone Star Stu.to, an(d at tlis writ
ing wfe are blossod with good
Ialt'hl, ind tiako this opportunity
to lol a 11ll1my old friends and 111i
ance10 bretlhre-'n an1n 11elow scldifrs
kIlwt 1 1..111 I amill still oil fooit anld
inafiofarilmn couintry, and
wvlore I en mak more in thato0
clplitill thuir I ever did if we
coild got, till WoIth of tho filrl11
produclets. WN\popl inl Texas aro
tire-d of 1 1111d 5 celt cotton and I
think that, at great m111a re goin
to b' 'vry cirful thatt they don't
voto fort 'a rep r-sltnltativo of Wall
rStreet this fall for president.. ]
halve till) principal of ref.orm with.
LI mnfy hosomi t hat I had1( when01
1m1a1. Ilholler' hulrralh for' 10t
''Tillman11 's s 0lec inl 1the 801nato. I
~*sectio 1 n1 d man( Il~~ y 'would ho gila
ofv till (11nin10 to get. to votn I'
we haviie sa1id enooght a1long tI
~ ill'. I want111 t) say that1, 1 like' Ih
arl I'sono 0 tings Insro thait is n1e
prfeabeto ""outh1 Car'olinla, lhu
taikinig 0verIyt inlg into0 cJmsider'l
llo all myinds and 5111' relativa i
f rienId to all. Ii. 31. l,00oeIx, lion
-..:V- 4*P e - -
YI01ey 1w ('IiIsas'ctes'.
r-Tus ai 111an1 iiazkes Otf lII
money0 ('V,als well as8 111 way 10 take
toI get it, furn'lishles ai ''ry tlos
test of whlat, lit' is. 1128iU'('oill
h)o0k IS a1 betterl Inde1x to hlis lii
convesionhih do1es: not unlllolls
mlure. i It no way will a man11 dIi
fund8 codldl t Lihis l~geueI vithii
10 G) od or hlis follow mien!.
Thiero are' not b etter Irul es for thI
right use( of 1on01 than1)11 Joil
~Wesley's: (Got al1~ l ula, say
a.ll you (can, gie al miiyou cal1
Somle other1 good rlels 1tha1t shou11
h)e comnn~ltted1 to hleart by over'
youn11g man11 aro'l thlo follow idg. No01
or borrow where1' thlero is a1 chan11
that you maly 1not be ahblo to ropa)Il
nover lend what I you are' not pPL
0pared0( to) givo, never' guaranltoo fo
an llother whaiit, youl cannimot fulfilli
t he other should1( fail. Save 1mor1
Sthan y'oul spend1. 1 ~ay by~ somt
Itmig I)very your11 if ift ho bIut a do]
-lari. If youl canno110 inlcreaso8 you
meanlu1s (hiinish y'ouri wanits. IH
(Iwho a1dhore's to t hose ruiles will ir1
evit ably acquireo a iompiloteneCC
i tst tile joys oIf finanl~cial irl
h oIpenden'IcO, and1( the still h1igheO
joys of an1 untarnliished~ chara'icte
and widespread1 usefulness,
'r It is said, and1( 011 good1 authori
nl ty, that b~y the timoi thole ave
g fall there' will be ostablishod, iln
e large and1( commIfodious no0w stor'
y housin11 Pickonl 01n0 of the iaos
t, uip-to-da to gonoeral mlorchiandiso os
.1 tabllishmlOnts ill the upl country
We would advise overb.ody to koo]
thleir eye on the vacant corno10
next to the Lowis & son building
'Rodbank hafs, aftori a1 heafte<
Scontest, been1 ac10Locto as the coun11
K y vito .for .the now county of Sa
Everything around the old Fort
is moving along inl the sa1e Sy
tematic way. Wo havo had sov
eral visitors during tho past few
Mr. J. T. anLtt, of Sartllburg,
lha1s just Coio out. ill IIe Cotton
Plant with quite an elaborate ar
ticlo on "What C01mson is doi ng
for the State." Wo adviso all who
are anxious to get a correct idea
Of tho managoiont of the diffor
eit departients of the collogo,
thoir facilitios for instruction, and
tho resuil ts which are derived to
carefully rold this ar.ich. The
author goos soiewlait into detail,
and1(1 atiler dl~l~e'cribing tho soerl
dopirtments and t.huir functions,
closes with tho f lollowing v'ery up
"In Cleiison College the present
geotratiolln will lIavo to Ipsterity
anl instittutionl thajt will nialke bot
tor an11d better citiZenIs out. of tLeIII,
il inclllbator of scientists whIlo
Will (o their full11 sliri towards
builhling up1) t(e wisto places and
develping the boundless resources
of our Stato.'
agist rate Poe- Hughes, who
h)v.,s a good joke), t(ill s of a receIIt
personal experienIce with gl.ea t
gloo. Inl a cortain caeii the other
day a big colored wOman was t
wi tness5. She testilied that she
lhad whippd her little ioy very
soverely, 11nd as shoe wonit on with
tho story of the exceedingly stiff
heating ll)she hu(ad illillisterod, the
judges clear brow grew a little
darker and hIe in terrupte(d her and
askel if it had eIn liocessary to
chastiso the hoy Sq sevorely. The
witness op.d her (e,s widely at.
the q1uestionl. Gazinig intontly at
the court ,slwI' iiquired "Jodge, wuz
yO 11 ul1 (10 tfat her (If a wuth less
Inulatter boy.' tNo 110," ro
sponded agistrate 11ughes hasti
iy. "Thn1 jedog, You doll't kn ow
nulinI' allboult dI. ce-].-hi ladll
1111 ill l' i(1'ltd
Nlhorl Ta11kt% n11k AdvertIiSing.
i to I igen t. stock rIaiSers know
that a 1e'ltain m1oun11t, of food is
nocessary to keep an animal alivo.
They migh . t feed tht am't oun , as
tog as it lived , and it I( wu l -
(1r Mainl a pounld. There! is in. pr)of
it. in thit Lind of feeding. TIhec
kind that pays i the kind tht1
huilds th.sh npidly. If it takes
twenty ponmlds of food each dI
t) keep a sheep Ialive, twen ty -iv e
po11nds" a dI y will make it gaini
Ilosh. it is the rxtra five pounds
tht rnsprofit. Theli first five(
poulds'1 amount to lthing, nor
does (ho soond, Ir third or fut
it is about I he same way with
advertisinig. Yo u alive to do V
pa ssilvo re1itenecr (of the pullic
I Onmly These)b4 a1re LI tin;i;.
t, Out of 10lS nI-merl~ s of ihe Ilovel'
I the 17th daly oft .July of1 1861l, to
lite seat1 0f war1 iln \'inriia, only11
5 25 are( living to -dayl. 1aruch 2:8d
r Peter'' lird, Roh. l'lankhenal, W ,
U CrawifordI, ( l'' Chiainller, R~ l Flli
I (A iglig \\' NI l. aisn W' eiv
- Jacks-n \\ W1( l)3thinlClldit
- Ur Aiv W) 1.ahl ii) DLaddll t Af
-~ son, Jl tD t W ttent ul T Tlf Wiliam-15
111 su .31.\i have toaceti )a)n ofl~
ertiun antioilin. I, totp your ad
vert iinx alive. What, vot i payl
abiIovU that amioiunt brings profit,
11m0 adtIve:rt.i sers fai11 becaust
thE-y doi) ot. use etioughi space.
Theily useI barely eiitingl1 , or Home.
-tl11 advt i tisinhg self1-su1 t n1illin1g. A
a tise a little hit too muctihan no111 1
-Ali lo'OV are V hereby~ wtaest not. to
ii hmit, fish, or ini way TresMp:as In liny prem
-1 W '. llASSi I (:\ %I ''.
AIT~I)1N1v AT' IAw,
TI~ 1 1. J. . (' CA111,8[ , Dentist (tre'n
- ."ville, 8. ( . Ol)liceo. verA 1 E isonl a
c' ete's Drulo& Store.
"Rock Bottom'' Figures.
r wll .IllpeZ( an~y
COP VRIOINTS etc.
For information atunt free' tndbook wrfte to
MIUNN & ('o.,~ stiunoAuwAt. Nuw Yrn
(halest bureaui for Ileuring patnta~li In Amerlea,
M-.erytpatent taken ont1 by Its Is brou~ght beforo
the pubJlic by a nlotleo, ie frei oftchargo tui the
targest eiretation of any ,wientIll paper in tlho
Inlan sl)huhi heo ithiout It.1 wekly,~ $a
Vear $1lA ~ irl)t tA~ NCa Yi~ N'it'c
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
This is the season when
changes are made "all about,"
and as this Budget of Phun and
Phax has always been, is now
and always will be aiding and
assisting the good ph)olkB in
making the needful changes,
we have opened a line of gener
al change about articles for
house, kitchen and form.
A large lot of new
Beds, Chairs, Safes, Tables,
Washstonds, Mattresses, Hat
Racks, Stoves, and fixtures.
China, Crockery, Glass and
Tinware. Pretty useful and
Don't bother about free silver;
bring along any kind you hap
peu to have-we'll take it, only
don't bring (,he p)lugged article.
Come and see us.
11V. [T. 114-Ifl.
Pickens & Easley RI I.
To be finished, provided we
can raise the money. Now, in
order to do that, save your
dimes and they will nake dol
lars. Walker & Owings have,
bought out the cheap "Wreck
Store,'' 117 Main sreet, Green
ville, S. C.
They aro close cash buyers.
Buy bargains and sell bargainis
is their motto. When you visit
Greenville and want to find the
cheapest store in town, look us
ul), and we will soon convince
you that we have the cheapest
goods in the city.
Give us a call and see for
yeurself. we gualantee to
save you money.
Walker & Owings,
117 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 27, 1896, tf
IN THE MIDST OF BUSI
Our business so far this season
has siurpassed our expectations.
The right goodIs and the right
picies tell the tale.
Our novelty diress goods have
been pronounced beautiful. We
have a second lot to arrive Mon
We have all thme latest trim
>minigs to miatch the nlew goods.
Thei( prettiest Buttons, large
and sinma I, ever shiowni in Green.
vilule for triinning.
)nr sille departmnent is comn
silk,. and silk for wmsts.
On ly a look at these goods
IWill Conlvince yo u, we sparned
not time or mioney in selecting
wve halve recei ved amp~lly repays
us- foi 0our tirouble.
Y~our patronage solhcited.
1'- S--April 1st, we will move to
thle G;arison~l store, next to I I. E.
Allen & liro. To avoid having so
mian'y goods to uimove we- will give
special bargains on all goods.
costs cotton planters more
than five million dlollars an
nually. This is an enormous
-waste, and can beC preve'nted.
P~ractica 'l expeimien ts at AlIa
bamia Fxperiiment Station show
conclusively that~ the use of
wilprevent that dreaded plant
. )Our i'implts are ttot advert .in; circt:ir; horn.
ing spetcial fertihr~er,~ but are- piraticai works, cntain.
iti the reonhag of lattest expernntsta int this int
E ery1:, f> t~ th l ttub i have a copy. TIhey are
GERMAN IZAi~ , wolus
03N'uts s~* t.wYrk.
~B. BLOOD BALM
THE GREAT REMEDY
FOR ALL 01000 AND SKIN DISEASES
4)nrt nta Oures quink j a 4
SCR 1FULA, ULCERS, EC2EMA,
RHEL'AATISM, CAIARRH, ERtUPTIONS,
et t l er c ftret tt th~ noi anc 1 t~
SENT FR EE wVOND 'VL URIE
BLOD.ALM Raon. Ania
OUR SPRINC GOODS,
Have arrived and we will be able to show you
the he line of
Ever brought to Greenville. Our competitors must bow to
uo when it comes to a question of PRICE. Why?
This is easily explained.
These two words mean a mountain of things.
No loss, no had accounts, and a thousand other things that
mean a loss to any business where credit is given.
Ponder over this, and if you find that \we are correct in our
calculations, you will give us a chance to sell you
SP)R Jjv~G AJVA s UMALEZA
Clothing to fit any size and pocket,
Hats and Gents' Furnishing Good at the same f gures.
Come in and look through our stock,
which is second to none
DreifuS &AM CO.,
T Now C rltliors,
1 13al 115 Main Street, reenville, S. 0.
W\e have received our entere line of ne sp)rinlg goods. Dress
gods ini all thme newest wecaves, Broended~ Satin for skirts, Persiani
ils tor waists, with trimmings to match. All the new things in
Linen effects, in fact we~ have opened up the largest, most com
plete and prettiest line of Dry Goods ever showvn in this mnarkec
ad we cor'.ially mvite all the Country at large to call in and see
200) rolls of Matting, all prices, all gradles.
150 Rugs, all sizes, from 18 inch to 12 feet.
A rt Squares, all sizes and colors.
Newv Carpets in wool and Brussels.
tnew Portair~s, new Lace Curtains, new dOttedI Swiss, for cur-.
New .Jap) Rugs, aull prices that dlefy competition.
h1 le wvant of space prevents Our -quoting prices, but rememn
ber we are lower thann the lowest on everything. 'When you want
anytlun in1)I3' ootls, Notions, Mattingss, Carpets, Shades,
THAN EVER PRODUCED,
WE'ilE TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete now,
and see if you don't agrce with us. One of
two things we always mean to do: To seil
you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same pric; to sell you the s-ame goods
at a Jower price than you get them else
GREENVILLE, S. C.