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ki. T~ ",.6 i 14WSDAY,
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A in not lator tiati Monday norn
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vwws :oii opijiions of correslio(ttents, un:i
less t.lio saine aro cdtitoritillv endorsed.
T1illlSDAY, APRIL :0, 18., .
Don't forgot that the colstitu
tion of the Democratic party of
South Carolina, adoptod inl the
State colivOntion, September 19,
189-1, is tho only law to guido and
govern tho clubs and conveitions.
There is nothing in it to01 hold .ek
anly rtformor from takiig IaL in
thei proceedings of the club meet
grs antd no humiliating pled"
can be eXacted from any p)ody w%
puts his name on the club roll.
tlie reformers wish to contiiuo
control of the party machin
they1 must. go into the clubs
send true men1 to the county t
ventioni. Because thera has I
FO mu11]ch talk for the purpos.
Col fusing and misleading the
ple, t1 IN A will aigain
1ishi the11 resolution1s of the ?
D"imocratic executivo coilli
and agail Call the aItentioln of
fornioirs t' the fact, that the
nothing. inl the resolutions or
conistitution of tho party to
vOlt lintim from ptart-icipatiig m
the club muwtinls -Ind controllin
(!dg o the einhbs and
. Turn out and assert
s, and victory will con
.the reward of your do
votion to the principles of true
The fiolowing are the resolua
iResoived.talnt nach count y chair
manl be rIquestod to call aI moot
ing of each DIonlocratic club in
his county to ho ihd 1 n thle11 soc
nd1 dy' of May, 18 ;, for the pur
poso i organizing the clubs for
the ilnsing eloetion ; of electing
one1 ('xecut1\O C ommnittoenman to
represen('itihe club inI tho county
Oxeutt ivi' commifi ttoo for the ensu
in toyer ; of olecting one rep
tiefor each twenty-five
or' mlajority fraction there
he' clutb roll at the first lasi
linog primnary election tc
, . ,nt thle clb to lie held al
thle Co unltv seat oll tue first Mon
dlav in Mavy and he is further ro
cinested( to caill a meeting of tih
Dloeorat ie coun ty con'veni on t'
hie hohl( iat the county sont on th
Iondaly in l1lay, 1896, at 11 i
r the( purposo of electinig
y ovecutivo commflitteO andi
(oxcdutivo commi ittomafl
.ur tile next ensuing tWo yoaRU
anid of electinlg thle n'~iubert
repre'senltatives to which his coui
ty is entitled to reprosanlt SUC
c.ounty inl tile State Democrat
conIvention to h10 held at the Sta
capital on1 the third Wednesday
Miay, 1896. T1hat the cl)s at
cunlty conlventions5 inl their a
I ions hereunder will ho0 golvern<
anid guiided by the conlstituiou
tihe D~eimocrattic party of Soul
Carolina, adopitod ini Sat 010conlvo
tion at Columbia, S. C., Septori
he1r 19, 1894.
ORG(ANIZE~ TilE (ClXIHS.
As will bo soon by referenlce1
thle last issuo0 of the .10ournal1, tI
county Domocratic execuitivo cot
mfittaa) has called thed clubs1
meot next Satu rday, to organi1:
for the ensuing ('lOetmnl andi
elect dolegates to the county coi
venition aind ai member of' tl
county executive coimmitte
Chairman Hamilton pri(~eents i
- leading issuo of the campaign ar
propei'ly urgos the attendance
every voter at his clb mootii
next Saturday. It is a busy tii
with the farmnors, but thley shoun
not let that keep thorm away fro
* the club meeting, for thle baittJo
on and will be fought to a finis
Southern Railway to Rici
.Sixth Annual Ro-Unin of tI
United Confederate Veteran
Richmond, Va., June 30, July
and 2, 1896. T.Iho rate for th:
occession ilil be one cenlt pt
* nile traveled from all points o
Kor via the Southern Railway. T1l
rate from Greenville, S. C., wi
Tickets from stations in Sout
Carolina, Georgia and Teimessc
north and east of and includim
Savannah, Atana ad Catt
utd 29th, with final limit Jul:
6 ,th 1896.
Granulated sugar 16 pounds foj
00.Q at L. 0, Thor~le~y's,
.i , -livo 8ttideni S)amely, Iron
Oco'nee, Plckens ahid Andorson, met hill
ij, hIs recitation room at 10 o'clock Satuiri
dlty mninitlig the 28th of March, to spem
anl hour iI the sttdy of tIe history ol
Penldleton district. I hanld you, Mlr. Edl.
tol, pretty full notes of what was learnedl
there. Let Me lsk the teftcler of o'
Collity to 1se these notes, or better IM
teril If they cani find It, In teachingu ourl
boys and gils the history of ouir colnit ry.
Strong efforts are tilade at. Clem2son to
teach ho101 history. \Ve ask our *telioo
teallers tInd our niewspapers to hell) in..;
(his good work.
Peri'lletoti dlitrlet wavs so 11 ed in
comlp~lIliment to llenry Pl'edletonl, aI nal
tive of Virginia. an11d one of tilie Judges of
the Coirt of Commiliionl J'le:is In Sith
Caroliin. It formed file niorthIi west. ex
tremijtty of the ,itate and,(I wA%(s obltild
fiomi tle Ilndia1ns by I reaty ill I .7 foiuld
et onl their coiiioest. ill lie pec('(eedin2g
ye2ar; but ti sell lemIen of It was defer.
red till ithle Iellilat fil) of file revollition
ary% war ii 1783. I'., lirst white seti.lIs
igldrated pIllncipally from the districts of
A b1eville 211(1 York in outh t arolina;
ani froim Nortli Ca'roli.t :nld V11 irgillia.
Amon tIhe llost Ilotable of theIm were
Geeral iickes and GenrlI Andersoii,
:lso Colonel (levelan1d, who had at com-1
m Ian I le engagement.a1, King's Almoi
ain1 in October, 1780. Ile was remillark
able for his great )ul1k. bei 'ig said (to
weiAlh m2ore t hani four bitirii1e1 pomlids,
and for not havinl.,ig beein able to lie down
for solle years prevTious to Ils devaith.
'I'T( dist.riet w formlely occpieid by
I te Cirokee 111dianls, who 11ad i colisid
tablie towli nhount thirty m4-ile4 above fill
coifillence10. Tlugaioo at Keowee rivers,
knowi by he 1 220ne of Senleen. There
Ivlement. of Il ians3 remliln
tern .ide of the mounta111inls.
I iiei re'iloved fromu 1 Small
Can1e Creek, abo-It. Ihe year
, -two or tlhree sIrgers re
, lihat nleighbo~lrhIood residiig
V whiles, tund pwovuingi" gamlie
.Their nearcat. cons40ideable
I tigh2t.y ,ar~ ag) wa- nM the
sile of tile Ino tllI ills, aboti
's from tI'eiillti e1111 urll11t houe.
t hel inalde someik advances UMw
of them-11) 1111 spra11'te fni-Ils
.1w-Y (.)u2ltivated witlih Ile plow.
IIheml t) at (-onj.iderabtlle extent.
r2 also skillful il m:iking ms.
niespunll, etc. Th'lev still retained
iinliiess for spirit12olus liquor..
.k a11nung the(12n met wit1. a hos
reCeTioll. These indiam2 were
niaited itih t-he valueo of 1)mV ner
,ni transacting husiness were nlot
olitry is gelerally lineveln and
gni!nally mlore hilly :Is it. a1I2
P1r011m-S1 to the 111ouitains. These are a
part of llte grea ill e I2 i 1ge , mr. litk
Bloe of lt! UnIitedl States and14 are4 4quite
linictitlivated. The nar-row valh-vs u %hiehl
run between tihe arl . e very fertile a.1111
w oIce (v1 eed witi can1es whieh nt
(at2le which lrang a o, thm1 11t11i
ed to at cons'iderable sizel and mladev very
line heef without ever having Iastl r
1ainl of corn11. The most leve ad 11 al. I.
able hus ar sit11uated uipon thev wate vr
courses. an1d inl their vicinity. The Couill
try is gelerally wel w 'alt-1ered Vby Soile
large rivers an1d nIllllerolus sum1l t eI'vaims
w1ihae 21 Ne!r k1nowi to fail. Altiong
the re arr riversq nuy he mIlentionled S1ln
eeil, 'I'ugaloo. ltovky River. 1.111le liiver
and Twe1\\lve Mile. Near the moutinslil
these streams are simpil tat stOnes (nn
hIe s'en at, the deIplh of live or' six feet.1 h
low the Sur1faceC. The wil ahua111111s were1'C
much01 same11 as. those1 iln t he lo1w (countryI,
withl Ithe addi2hm 2 o11Ef hea'2r5 and2 seline 1pan1
12hers inl theO vicin y' (of 1the mounta1ins221.
AmIlonig tile usefull vegetle produe1)2)110
sna2ke root andl the 1pi1k 1roo1. Th is 1:a1 tel
their v'ielmity as t toi'orm11 an1 aricle of e'x
portIon. 22. From2l2 t.wenlty to tlbirt'y pou1tu1
l f it could be ga1thered 'in a1 day122 h2 a sin2
2 gle per'son2. The geion root 11). :n1o' gen
sing were0 common2211 ml many.3 par11ts of -thi
lds ie2'. Thle're was21 a1 valuab12le plhni
' coi11monl1y kno2iwn 11y 1the m1une2 of 22arthI
- galI. This had~ gr'eat. ce1earit.y' for its cio
tiencoy Inl 22uring personsll hlit ten1 by vene
mous1. anhnals211. Th'ie romt~ waw1 Ieised are bl
oIne 21r t wo 111110 spoonlfuls (of 21( heN expre
('2 j 2ice were mixed1 Iw1it h moilk :112
poured01 down11 the pa12 jtie'sthroat1I'02. Thi2
hI a1 sta2te of grea2t. lan Igu 11w, butL 'l enir'e
l'relievedI froml Ithe e(ts o (f I Ihe12 poi41on
StonleM wereI2 fundie which :uiswre ('11 12
Simlport' edt, hut. t her' was noi o112e u112 ho mad
22it1 1a2bu1ine's to) 1nepate 222 hemII1 for 2u 1
eC wereO used1 11y iheO nInIIIers flw gi1ulin
le 1ha2rk, and22 al1so lhin that ones41 of'~ a con'~lst
la erable2length :I u b211 reade tht which01 made(1
It)olably 52mooth 1 hearth I, and1 wonh112 n1
'ti sIt(ne1 wh'ich'l stoo theu 1 action 211 of tire, an1
ofEf whlichi rough2l dura22b1'le ildinlgs 1we
cons1,truc0ted', 1but. non1e2 were' knowni thI:
p 12look the 11a21112 of 11narble2. Thliee
21 lremiarka;ble fali 11 (on Connero.,s~ ('re2
1- whiere hilp121trick's mill stoodlh, wherel2
fallI of about1II te fe1 het over12 1a lege' <
roc0ks. There1 was a2 2Ii 12 reakab ~le enver2'
onl thei s:11ne cree'tk 12arge <mou21gh2 o1 (em1
2121ain O22 12v1ra prsons1. II formerly'i s erve'
I as a12 ret rea2t. for' i hieves. Thereu wer W2l0I
otil nrl il'~1known221 h11 ironII. 11he oreO 2
2) dliltric. A gre':l1. delt' of white 2.and1 1v2I
foie .1pon)1 the poor11 ridge's, 21112 Ilarg
.o I lie sinullI St.reams12 of watei ; of 11hem1 goo1
bricks we're node21, andl the'y wouhil edolbl
les ha~ve answ5~ered2 for potteryCI.
10 The12 ( )oItry abuedi w1(1Iith l brge rock~
at1ion) (of 11he wa;ter' cour21ses. 21m1 formle
If atti22a21 12avement21 fill 2'rossing' thlem. ()n
of1 t11h1 mo2t remar21kab.le shioals u122s knowl
by 1 he 111' 2n121 of I 'eortman11'S, l ~in en
rfi1ver. The21se' shonis were about foll
liiles iln length1.
Th fle 021nitiatiln of thle ground114 was (12ic'
t0oI lrriedl (on by plo~winig, and2( 1h21 undeih
geFl( iumny) ina2eria ('1 ch( ange's. The liin
(2 meadowvs then01 exist ing ha~ve beenl eul
mn vted ', y 2ielig abundan112t. ('rops5.
. A thue 112211e grass, known,,1 1as Ithe re'
is rass(, wh'1ich is perenal was1. 112 uletivate212
b, and1( a2lorded a1 laIrge quan11tity' of go1i
hayV. (o0.102 wa'Is the staple2 Cr411, b12
the limnmer1C1 was2 fr'equent,1y too shot. i
Its COmple~ite ma12turhy.. Indligo 1was fl)
merli'y cultivtated it smial1 patches(' to1 l
10 uisedl as5 aL dlomeste Idye3. Tobacco2 I
520some year's, y'ielded( very' wt~ell but1 froi
its reduledl pi'co it is no0w rarely21 cultiv2
tedl for sa12e. 1IImp waZs rairely Cult ivate
8 only prIoduIcing onl the best, soll 1and2 wVI
r aban111doned for pe1 llltable croj:s. Rico t
nsome extent wrC ultiva1ted1. They03 foun1
tha~t they cotuld by irligation01 growv as ill
0rice as COuldl be grownt ini The Lo'
Country. Flou~r, rye, wheat, (1a1s an1
barley were cultiva1ted1 to a great advar11
Silie public roads were nlot Iunpro'ved a
ethecyrmight have been. They were gen
e rally too )iarr'ow, and2( more1 2nmeron
- 11han2 cou1ld be kept ini good repa)lir. Th'ier
were but few bridges andl they were no
durable, beig construlcted1 of wtood, alI
thiough there were large qtuantities o
stone In the ykInlty. During the yea
1808 th~e public a ttenltion wvas turned tI
opening tile navigation of ivers. Senl
eca rIyer . Was ren~dered n avigable ir
mlauti. duliani1 yet
it anoe owl that bouts Ctiying
tllu tho11silu(1 po)(1(1, couldt he slifoly *uilv.
Ilte.'( (olo)~ to A ligustlt The prillilpal
obsti14tlimis we're linge tre(ss wVili II(
falilen liaW t(110vWAtol'. 'l'luQ goeler ii(e1)tl
of tilie IVer w'O'ld IdillilL M1l1$' flint bottom
boaits, OXCeJ1t ill ufll$se1 Of hligh ril ic
W1'ien Ole soi and t mI1(1stiq 1 aI'o'
able, tweilty It4Ces of coii cold bec cuilti
guated by 0110 If)1l1lall and1( two It()(
11111141. '1.ho pi'odlict %Ti.. nbout forty~
l1511(' t(o tile ac~re. Theb averalge nice
of corn wAvs fifty cellt~ tier huisl.0 , there
fore thle thIiree Jabore'z wouild r:.'kc loin'
hundI4red( (dollars fi 0111 (11- it.V 1010. A
siuuilli' force N'Otild cuilt ivate Jifteeg,
acrles ill cotton. 'I'l(' lwoillet wollid
briring about1. fourluiiilrci aild c.ighlti'4(
lars. The~.e we've i le tWO :lt pis Of1 MW
4!oliIlt.IVy. Coin1 wits le. liable Lo) he aUIect.
edI 1).% ten fayo0I .lIe iZ~t40IS thall t'ottoii.
aind Is MS18.) 1114414 (.,sl Y prepalred for In:i r
ie. Ill law spreing igle haot0111S W(1re
infested 1)y it black worm~i, lvi' 111t410$ thle
e.0lllliioll grub, wic fie ilst- js ItIl vegeta.
tLioii ntil they 1400illie ili'iii1ito (Il np-!21)
wvere fouulil ile ti11412111. If it lll.1rkel
for- I-le eq uuul to uh at, of (1 au'listol or1 )
211vailliaill. voEi . founid -a t A ili~l I4a , Il.
wasI( thoughdi r uolmv tha ,LInt mlore D10110%,
(1)I ld have~' 140l Iilaldi Iy Ow In(lilt jv:1i44il
Of tlis u li 11111) t-it ii'l' Of th Im llj t'4(.d
IIig. Ill mi: ly sit 11.11 ioltI; I ltIri wiere s itall
ii((1 d WithI a ( Ii.11111 of watl. whvlil if
till(, i pro let order'I wou(ldl ha2cvie .114
I h lee haro' Is pe. :e. 'I'b ice 1:1i l'( I's
Couilil cu11livt e 1%%*Vclve Nere. W11101h WVOll'Ii
produ(llce hilt -six II2rivis. a111( thiis ijlonii
Aix and14 s'rvvc hllllri'IIre dullai's. I o w
groit)l1N were I bed troait (Avvit , v1t
i4)ii.y (dolars per 1're ('.ri Ilil l 111;41l1 from
fiftv cj' (14) toiv! flollal.
'114 fore's',ti (if I lle Io4w gl'411i11i1 'oil 1:1ill
(V4 N% 11111. 11014 it-, %% 11114! f Ink, ('1ii1. :I'l1,
b-vIel('s biv~il vdr e1112ie4t11 letei. 4Whi1l1e4
Il 'Si id other1 si ,~:524 44111t('I firf-1. ,r 00! i
VIlt l411.s w)it :111l~ Of t'hei I leall O 11:1.
141121 til~2(tl ml' fIlla. ofii 4.'I'lliol p4 hllsr
ll.' itliW - is 411(1 ofi- 1111, 1111 111il
(A1ch.1 ThemI! Wile omiiil l of W2 tilt!A
land ill4 Ilw lil i e(lt'I2114i a(nd 2sI~to( Illve
oI' ha4'2llet. of 21 lsli at-mi~l1 I'm forilillt
illtile stut-i 01 11 of ; tIle 5 l- , 1,1 11:1.
$11141(221114 114 foel.~i 14) SelIWII.i I mill
:110elit. I theh i11'41112i11 Itockllr -a h'~ielt
mll I Il~u~~g' ,i ILr IliI'1 l;I'g 1421'-e
fl ye ill was4 ~vId k- o 'll , 211141 gr4'ek
for wa't. )f :l 1 prlt' 111115 i 14 ti lt i.tici
the at lii!2! W 111ef114' wez al-l 1
illva0O4ll1' laItshthlwlter aill1 d111 4'211-1'i
Ille1. I't llel'!I,i 111 l('4! 4 IOk'Iie wasu'o
ilstile. I lalle t*1(io I le Spring, 1,V('l
Shad ('2lte.- 111111wi r t( 1411 awls 4Ill hv
vicinit ('if (1li1 21141 1itil SIo wal~S s~ 11111
Of i (h I54 ae ild 41 t 144l (1 ad 0121111
C;1g4', 1( , il 4142 111-t'4411(4111. O h V
(14 i'tlivWa wii)14l'0 I, Iid~er wa I 3 21
so1vll~'11114 of 4II!1:11 t iva I 't, ahl'.
'-,l'l il 6lu~l1e1151v n!Ia -1A11 (111 i
lslo5llauIlllc t1111l ( lift $21141 h w 101e flet
Nv21 11 1111g1ht soll itllcl 14'ItolSl
g1'e21 -s 12 11XI 1 1. ltit i)'(PIIZtit 1111 ial 411 )4'-l..
w12ller sp1:11 liiiui ,ors 2 ~llliy41
oVI'rlils W0 fi'e Ill~ slivii Iodol~dWII
Athil I 14l'1 fo'(!l' fl'4'.I(II, c41iol:4
tlill ti and theg 0111-41:1 hi pi'44Ji(!or gel'
cask4's 014 o 404 voI 2lil '2ll1.11 v i' 'l lt '.
il d 11401-4 (was4 ollllo wi haul healthy aIIs
T whit em rae ll seliIl 1141 1,25 s.p itills It 11
fIloA prosli; 241 il421e 441 ille 111kfl411 t14
tho 'West is vory gratifying to his
friends in gouth Carolina, and
they woro scarcely proparod for
uch an unprecodonted ovation to
a South Caroliiiian, although they
kiow that whero the EJiglish lan
gungo is spoki Senuator Tillman
Would win ills way to tho hearfs
of tho people. It is a source of
pridw to his frionds and admirors
to soo him over-comoverlUo uvy difficul
ty, and ask no quartors from the
ablost meln ill the nation. By
his gonius and his honesty and
imtelsity of purposo,,bi has sue
cossfully led th( 1111ss of 1his
State fioim uider the blind sut b
llissioni to ho ru ilo of the veallth
and alleged intlligeelco of an oli
garchy to a proper apai'eintionI of
their political rights and powers.
He is now carrying light to the
poor anl opplossed ill the nation
and will be among the first, to
bring the reliot which tho poo
plo iatve been demilandling for
The time has coie, when doubt
u1l platforms withI fairi, but false
talldbearer1S on thmli will not sat
sfy an outiaged people. They
iavo bee'!n deceived and their prop
rty is gradual!y, but suroly, sip)
illg away from theim by systeni
Itic olho ry illder the form of
aIw,:lld 8(el1atori 11man strikos a
respoisive clord in their hearts
when he animoutices his purposo to
lave refief at tlhle hands of Domo
3rats or leave thec party.
Horo is what he says on tho
'I dol- ' see :my prospect of anl
aidjufstmeit of the diflicult.y uniiless
the gold hugs surri'eider.. ThI'ero Is
in) cliance for1 compirolise. We
will nevie'r colsent to t'iiteln ini to
auy fiuthem c m , is !igreo
ments. \\o ilitv. had enough of
that kind of biusiness in the past.
Why, they niv colplrolmi..Od .u.is
out of the ones every timlo forI
the past tlir-ty years an d th ere' is
nothing for. uts to do buit. to d10
man(d anl ulnquivo-al and com
ploto siirri'elildi. We will go I(
the oliveitioin With a fixed deter
minuation to exerciso our' full pow
ir, and if the goldullgis are not
willinlg to listen to its they m1nuist,
take the )ns(uences. 1 hav(e
not, the, slite11st doub1It thalt the
froe silver m'n will Iimye a goo
working majorlity inl the Chicago
c01INveT1Lion1 and 1nl'ss the soun1d
submllit, to th dictation of tho 11111
jur'ity they will have to takeo lhe
responsibj ily of' bolting. On the
other hand, if the sounid money1C
tree silver men will leave the con
moneyt)3 mein are willinug to
T1o Make&( Nt rn: whbery Jelly.
1Boil I hree-(juartercqs of' a poiundt
iini(urg i (hoding (hotun' ive the
opints( ofgl siatbiries ii'1I paed in a
dartont( ilssel, add Ithe u~i'i o ofti
111w 1(( leuonscoer coI(1liern jt
thoughI ai oth 111( (anetl is the
iucerh i ttwo.-a ad a half11
dissolve in4 a1 ltldar water,
and add(1 1 suf.lii cld water8to
nia C.Vs heitrb 0llo(uart.
iulier illt .a mld u8. (2., on thera
ie oo.May 8p.1. lldiei Homo
U. C.' V's, is hereby153 ordered1, the
(dues of' tea (.eiits 1p3r iieiiber'
lumbat he pid~10( at that, timle, also
annua111 Oltion for1 1(o Illitelrs will
take place at. that timlie.
J. .II.. hh3wxx, IL . . [biowi.x,
Alinii Street, (;1mENVLLE, S. C.
L~atest Styvles ini
H lats, Rlonn~ets and( Caps,
For Lai Is, 3Alisses(43 a in CiI .
[r7~'lThey keep e'nstatfi 13y on3 hnud all the
Novli es at, lowet.( prices.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Pickk~e, C. II., S. C.
a pr- i-t(. i iy l I (. 443r
vil yle, 8. C. Ollihe over Adkdison &
McGee's Drutg Store.
IIUGIFI I TANNERY!
I ha3veI a flue lot oIf
on hand which,1 am113 selling at
"Rock Bottom" Figures.
1'/if I11(de and3( lteeswa~yx will be taiken1
in paym',ent for leater. ull and11 (ee my
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
This is the sea'sol wh1en1
changos are made "all about,"
and as this Budget of Phun and
Phax has always been, is now
and always vill be aiding and
assisting the good )holks in
making the needful changes,
we have openled a line of gener
al chango about articles for
house, kitchen and farm.
A large lot of new
Beds, Chairs. Safes, Tables,
W,-ashlst.lnds, 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
pen to have-we'll take it, only
don't bring the plugged article.
Come and see us.
1W. T .M'ZLt .
Pickens & Easley RI .
To be finished, )rovided we
can raise the money. Now, in
order to do that, save your
dimes andl they will make dol
lars. Wtilker & Ovings have
bought out the cheap "Wreck
Store,'' 117 Main sreel, Green
ville, S. C.
They are close cash buyers.
Buy bargains and sell bargains
is their motto. When you visit
Greenville and want to find the
cheapest store in town, look us
ul), al(1 we will soon1 convince
you that. we have the cheapest
goods in the city.
Give us a call and1i see for
your'self. We gumian tee to
save you money.
Walker & Owings,
.117 Main St., C reenville, S. C.
Feb. 27. 1SM0, tf
IN THIE MIDST OF BJUSI
Our business so far this season
has surpas-sed our expectations.
The right1 good1s and the right
prices tell the tale.
Our novelty diress goods have
been1 pronounced b~eautiful. We
have a socondl lot to arrive Mon
dlay or Tuesday.
We have all the latest trim
'minstmatchV~ thene goods.
- ad sall ovr sownin Green
vill(e for trinnning.
Ouri silkr d":part ment is com-.
plete. Dlress silks, trimming
.silk,~ andl silk for waists.
.Only a .look at these goods
will convoice you, we spared
not t ine or money in selecting
these goods and the compliments
we have received1 amp~ly repays
.i usbr our t rouble.
Your patronlage sOhcitedl.
1P. S.--April 1 st, we wvill miove to
the Garrison store, next to 1R. E.
Allen & Bro. To avoid hiavinge so
mfany gootds to move we will give
sp~ecial balrgains Onl all gods.
and exhaustedl ficls -which
were once productive can again
be made profitably fertile
by a proper rotation of' crops
and by the intelligent use of
fertilizers containing high per
Strikingly profitable results
have b)een obtained by follow
ing this plan.
. our paimp.hets nre niot nhIt'rtiting circuars hoom.
ing special fertihr~ers, but aire practical works, comtain.
mug latest reea~rches on thme stibject o~f fertiliiation, and
ae really helpful to f..rnmers. ThIiey are scent fre:e for
GERMAN KALT wVoRKS,
ga3 Nassau St., New York.
J.JJ . .BLOOD BALM
FOR AtLL BLOOD AND SK IN DISEASES
*0jme md .oes qu~ 7n &5
SCROFULA, ULCERS, EC2EMA,
RHEUMATISM, CAIARRH, ERUPTIONS,
SENT FREE wOND'%&R~uE.
OUR SPR.NC GOL
Have arrived and we vill be able to show you
the be line of
Ever brought to Greenville. Our competitors must hsv."
u when it comes to a question of PRICE. Wh'
This is easily explained.
Ihese two words iean a mountain of things.
No loss, no had accounts, and a thousand other things that
menn a loss to any business where credit is given.
Ponder over this, and if you fin(I that we are correct in our
cailculations, you will give us a chance to sell you
SJXZ~ij\T&A7 "' AS' Ui1M-E i1,
Clothing to fil any size and pocket,
Hats and Gents' Fiunishing Good at tl same f'gurvs.
Come in and look through our stock,
which is second to none
Dreimfus & C.
113 and 115 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Wve have recoived our entere line of new spring goods. Drcss
goods in all the newest weaves, Brocaded Satin for skirts, Persian.
Silks for waists, with trimming~s to match. All the new things in
Linen effects, infact we have opened up1 the largest, most comn
plete andi preCttiest line of Dry Gioods vr shown in this miarket;
andi we cord.ially inivite all the country a't large to call in andl see
200 rolls of Matting, all priccs, all gradles.
150 Rugs, all sizes, from 18 inch to 12 feet.
A rt Squares, all sizes and colors.
N~ew Carpets in wool and Bruissels.
tanNew Portairs, new Lace Curtains, new dotted Swiss, for cur-.
New Jap Rlugs, all prices that defy completition.
.'hoe want of space preven('Fts our qluoting pr ices, but remem
ber' we are lowemrithan the lowe st on ceerything. When you wVant
anything in Driy (Goods, Nations,, Mat tinngs', Car pets1 Shades,
Poles and Oil Cloths, c all on
ThAN EVER PROIDUOED,
WE'i-E 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 meana to do: To sell
'you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a Jower price than you get them else
GREENVILLE, S. C,