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T. (. R1OBINSON, Editor.
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views a111d opin ions of correslitletits, an
less the saime aie edit rially v eitorsedl.
TI'll'UIII)A Y,* JU:NE 11, 1800t.
The State Executive Comiittoo
mot ill Ciolimbia Friday nigh t and
completed all arrangenints for
the Pimary10 to b hold Tucsday,
25th of August.
Thoel ca mign will open ait an-)
unmg nlit the 22nd of Juno and
close at Albevilo on the 19th of
Augist. Thoro will hte a meeting
inl ivery coiiitlty of the Stat and
(-Very'\ canlldidalte from United Son-1
ator down.11 will have the oppOrtui
nity of addressiig the )e(ol)o. It
w\*ill talw l even weeks to make the
rounds a""cirdilg to 0ho soliedulo
of mhetings. The executivo comn
mittee., id iot forget tlho assess
met o1 ()f CandidItes 111(1 the usual
le/vy wats nlit. The assossmonts
anI otler eXpelnss of liaking the
Canvass will caluse a candidate to
cIt leb Ite h is ciaices hoforo ontor
ilg ti ie* '. le old rules woro
ameliil1(I ill a few pilacos and
1i', dirict primitiry for Uni tod
States Si.c tit"ad Stato officors,
Which la e n110 proimlised for C
lon ii100, hots clli ait, last atli
Sil diub, IC-s 1 ivc . slisfaction a
evI il I df t ho Stato calin fin
out tu1s i dear people livo h1im
it f ' :.i t i's iind has tl 0on1o'
t, tinl. the race. it will be0
plasiur to tho pelet) See th
candidlaitis :ul( cast their ballo
fcr' t h' ml of their eboicofor Ui
ne malllor 'Is lo
till(r coigessmall, Iiciit 0i
c1Aunt 'lilc'r. The only obj
tin toi lhi Phln is thet increasei
thet. expel)isi's and the licssl
vi Te cure in re th e 1robah
M\. I rby, l'ited SItatcs Senator.
Wi. HI Illcrbe, dlJohn 1H. Iarr
Suut ati .1.. \\ itliiandu.ovoriio
)cl. 8l. 21cwecilley alul i1 . I
C c0jel'. I,1ct1tellallt~bt~Ivernil'.
.Ja ine N icrton, Compt iollti. (o0
crll. .aroAory elr
J. (. Watts and 1H. N. Rie
h ou rg, Adjtan t and ' il InIspoetI
WV. D. Mdayfield and1( T. C. Robu1i
son,Sulperinltendanlt of Eduicatia
J. C. Wil born and J. A. Shg
flail road (~Commnissionor.
Thec rtcenlt Now York Timeos D)i
pantch fron. Baltimore, giving t1
alleged details of the alloged b
stato bond deal1, comeIs in oni tin
for campa)tign putrposes. Wh I
will bo thei offect romatinls to1
$001n in 0111) ai short t imel. TI
sameU (old sonig was sung in thoe la
campa)fign only ini a lower~ tont
with t he view of defent ing Ti!
man for the Uniitedl States Senat.
T1heo people1 of the SLtato are a<e
customned to suich caimpa ign trick~
andI" willI not ann~oy t hemuselvc
tioni, gotitonl up pr'.OSumiiably by th
0onomi es of Go vornlor' Evans11.
It is stated by the Register, than
Governor Evans andt( Troasuren
Bates aro' preparintg ai sttomoin
for the p)ublic. As it will spoa1
for itself and saitisfy till roason,
ahle people, it will bo only neOCos
Hary to wait and1( se0 the same old
charge run (down and again knock,
ed to ilidors.
Aum Irish natin and a Fierenchmar
were dlispuitmg over the natloonolit,
of a friend of theirs. "I say "sait
tiho Frenichmaiin, "that R he was born
in France he( is a Frenchmn" 'tBe
gorro," said Pat, "if a cat shold hav
kten in the OVen would you ca
thomn biscuits?"-Toronto Ul'rietia
DEAR TOURNAL: Times seem t(
be prosperous and the peoplo ar<
in good health and spirits.
Mr. J. P. Farr's littlo son hafth
boon quite sick but is bettor.
Mr. P. K. McAdams'infalit child
is very bad off, but I hopo it will
I see the insects is upon the cot.
ton, can't toll what the result will
It seems there are plenity of can
didates this year. Can't tell what
the result will bo this fall, "they
all hope, hope." What a source of
human happiness rests inl the pioas
tires of hopo. Man cherishes it to
his very ton-b. Take from him
hopo, an(d lifo itself wouild bo a
hlurtleln. HoWv wisely ha1s 1ur
hieaivoily Fathor bionded ill our
cip of misery, soft whispers of our
fittiro oxemptioi from its iflu
oncO. "What ('o I hoar from that
beautiful young lady." Young man
hope on. Is thoro a hOilg who
lives withIiout this balm of colso
lation, th's h(,po of heavoily hirti
which tells of happior days in
bright anticipation. If such art
tihe advanitiages of hopo, as to the
tiings of' this field of thioris and
briors-this valo of tears--wliit
may wo expoet from that oilotioni,
whon it bibracos the certainty of
enjoying felicity with God in otor
ity. 0Hopo on candidates.
Liko Causar whei crowned Em
peror anld iivested with tle im
perial purplo, ho will exclaiin, "and
is this all1."
Potor Johnson, Esq., I think we
had betLer leavo the caso of Cor
poraul Jones aid Mr. Finley, to a
board of honor. I think you ha]
1no right inl taking the stand you
did. You said Mr. Fmdley haI
treated the Corporal with siloni
I t1hink it is a misiderstaid
ing 110po it can be settled satislac.
tory to both sides, if not theU antI
only thenu I havo tho iilor to b
Very respectfully &c.,
MIA.. JACK BANISTERH.
Mrii. EDITOn: As it has b)]
some time silco our burg has h)3ol
represented in your coliinsin w
thought wo would givo you ai iter
or two ill order hit you ma
know that wo are moving along i
the even tenor of our way, an
have been rejoicing Ovor tho cop
ous shower which havo fallon t
re0fresl overything,baut a1re abloit.,
beComo a littile dspondent for for
if teiy should con1tinue, old G
oral Gr(een with hlis force migi
A steal in and giv! us a ihaird figi
P Yet. So fllr tle victory 1 has .iup
- ('ow.R1j%7-ille, andi are ill a(
_r:Uliesl td te uisou liveauie f th
favorabsle spring. S([ud ill (-(i)
ti are Illirolls.
T'ie ainging at Mt. Iarme1 la
Suniday wats aitten~ided by' a got
c'ong'regaition 11 st, w1 i th sI a dit bl
i' er wen re severa I ot Iher gai hring is
V inl the coaunuty of the samne fail
iss i 51ida lowen, closal3( ai flou
ish)inag school0 at \ ine5'~lnd acad1(
miy last. leriday. Anu entertaii
m'e1) nns gi ven'hIy t lhe schiool 1F1
day ni aght which was sinjed biy
.Ilrge' crowd ofi pat rons and visi
ors. The1 schoslarus reflectedl crsed
en thleir teacher *and thlemaselvi
and1( showa~ed tha~t t heir moniutal fai
r'II lties hiad noat b een niogloete<
-. Alusic forP the1 occalssion was fui
niishi'd bya Msisrs. W"s. 3i 1 Ponde
'la. 1'0. Ilunat and1 Oscar Ilunt, vi,
liniists5 and1( \lis T85 xio lcoweni atl
Aliss Lida I .ong, of G'reenvillI
p Iresided1 at thle organ much to til
(delight of the audience.
s- Tho Pickenas Guar1ids hiavr imo vt
thelir drill grounds to \'inolai
Lschool honso near Col. R. 10. 11o
i.ens antd govern Ithomiselvesa acear
Lor Rev. RI. J1. Williams ti''hi elov'
11a15tor of G'ieorge 's C reek rot unt
1fromi aill ex tetided trai p t hroum
PahIst ine, andit priealched) ani (exe
Slent serimon at Georg' 's Creok hai
hi, Suniday miornin 1g. l~e will at
del iver ai letur one01 thle -Ih Satt
Sunday school p)ienieu.
s- Miss Laura Hlaoombo, of G roe
1o vi lie, is visiting her grn amhnothli
1(, Th'1is sido of the Countys is w
roepresenlte'd in the ipol it ical I I
Sthis timol. Wo hiope they will 21
Ml gilt har buit- .Irmsu.
1(3 Junoi( 8, 1896.
L', DelAn JoU nsAI: Alic items a111
1- getting far bet.weeni. Crops aire I0o.
ing well. Smnall grain) very shio
inl tis section1.
'Fall oats and1( wheait from o1
s third to half1 crop. Spring oat
s are a failure.
- Washinlgton .Juia d1 lied at I
homo Wodnliesdaiy the 3d inst. 11
was ill ten wseoks or~ mlore. He4 wa
buried1 at Potors Creek IBapltis
chulrch on1 the dfth. Funelral ser
vices by Rev. J. E.Foster and Rev
Th~omlas P. Looper. IIe leaves
wife and 6 children and1( a larg
connei0I.on to cherishii~s momiory
Ago unknown. UNewi Ama.:.
Suummuer IIomenC and tesorts.
Th'Ie Southern Railway is the firsi
of our great railway systems to ginv.
information to the public and to lix
low excursion rates for a asummie,
outing, good for return until Octobet
31, by issuing, with usual prompt.
ness, its Summer Home and Resort
- It is handsome ini design anld airtisti<
0 iu every respect having thirty-tw<
li beautifully illustrated'pages contaim
nl ing tihe most complete and conlvenm
to answer fully and satisfactruy ever
question likely to be propounided,
such as routes and distances, hotels
and boarding houses, namos of pro
prietors, how to roach them, rates of
board by day, week and month, etc.
Theli Southern offers a choico of
mlionintain and seaside reserts,thlo surf
bathing and sea breezes of sorne of
tihe most delightful resorts on the
Atlantic Coast or the cool mountain
breezes of Swananoa, Asheville,
Lookout Mountain and others 2,500
feet above the sea level.
For copy of guide call at oflice of
any prominenit coupon agent or send
2-cen stamp to S. 1-1. Hardwick, As
sistant General Passenger Agent, At.
Ti'wenty years have passed since
Centenial Exposition was odend in
Philadeldhi. It was a great shov
for its day, but would cim tame and
antiquated now. The telephone
was just being invented, but was not
in use. The are light had been in
troduced, but cost ten times as much
as nlow. Incandescent lamps were
u nkn'lown, as were electric railways
aMd the majority of electric appli
ances now performing common ser
vlce. The phonograph and Roentgen
rays were undreamed of. It is stated
that the electrical exhibition inl Now
Y ork represents inventions capitalized
at $75,000,000. The display is won
derful for its utilities as well as bril
lianey, andl impresses all who see it
with the fact that the world is enter.
ing a new industrial era.-St. Loui
STATE OF SoU'Urn CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
By virtuo of tax oxocutiomis
placud in my hands I have thirotgl
my Special Doputys, loviod upol
and will sell for cash boforo th
court houso door at Pickens, C
H I., S. C., ()n
Salosday in July, 1896,
tho following tracts of land to
All that certain pioco 1)arcol o
tract of land in Pulpkinltowi
Townslhip coiltailiing o1e 111111(re
(100) acres more or loss, adjoin
ing lands of Joborry Rigdoni. Bu
3 Barker, Mrs. Eliza Cox and othe'r
i levied upon as the property o
W William Tompson and sold to sali
i isfy tax execr.ution against sai
Also aill that pioco parcol o
0 tract of laud inl Eastatoo Town
o ship, coitaining one1 hmunldrod fin
.r If ort y-four' atd ( throo-eigh tn ( I144
- aclOs Moro or loss, adjoin ing land
it. of lobt. L . (1ilstrap oil .b. i
it Ambrosotktt 7n the wos1
Thdii T. Lowis oin the south an
otheirs, it, being theo same lan( co
I- veyod to W. E,. Patterson by Rob
() L. lIstrap in \ pril, 1888, an
L- sold to satisfy tax executio:
against said property.
t Aso all that certain i.co pa
di oel or lot of land iln t ho town c
'Libliherty, 8. (., conltainling Ont(
s orh(4) ol' an rce imore 01r lei
hi andounded by lands of lien r
Chasti no, Mrs. 8. .J. Smith an
r- t rontinig on 1tai lroad street, lovic
0- uponl 1as the proper~lty of L. O. Hui
I- dorson and( sold1 to satisfy tax ex,
i- cutioni againist said( p)royorty.
a Also all that certain pi0Ce .pa
t.. col or tract of land in Centri
it 'l'ownsihipj, Pickens county, S. (
ys containfing one-half (4 ) acre mol
-or less and boundled by lands
I. David English on the south, Sib
rnoy White on the east and~ South
r, orn IIil1road on the north, levit
>- upon as the property of Min14
dI W'igginis and sold1 to satisfy sai
0, 4 ax execution.
o0 A iso all that cortain proCco pi
col 01r tract oIf land iln Coen tr
d Towinship containing four' hundre
d (400) acres moro or less, bonide
v- hy lainds of N .gl. Ketnnomore, .:
ii- 1. lloliday, William Brock ani
othiers, loviOdl upjon as unknow
I and1 sold1 to satisfy tax executic
1(d against said property.
;h Also all that certaiin p)icco pa
'1- col or tract of lanad iln Pickei
st Court H10u1s1 Township, Pickoi
so counity, S. C., on b'ranch waters <
r. Tfwel vo 'l i lo i iver, adjoi ninlg lam
o of the ost atei of C'huarlos PrincWo
the west, 1). E. Hend1(1ricks on ti
n- sou1th 11nd( east and others1, coi
r, tining sevonm and1 onoehalf (7
acres more or less, suirvoyedI .
'II Johni A. Robinsoni on thoe 8th<
id Mlarch, 1892, levied upon as tI
il pro~perty of S. W. Mnjor and sol
to satisfy tax executions hol
P'urchausers to pay for tall paper
ro0 S. P. 0.
I ilil beI at the Hun b1a1 .)dg() 0
e Saluda, the 29th of Juno a1 t I
So'clock, to let to the lowest reCsp)oi
si ble bidor, tihe con)tract of build1(
S of some rock pillars. Spoecificatio'
Scan~ b0 Peoin at thle bridge on LI
s (lay of letting aind soaled bids wil
1)ho recoivedl at, my ofhlee until th<i
.27th, for a bill of good beart pui
bridIge lumber, 25,000 fiet, dleliver
0(d inl thirty (days at the bridge 01
ally r'ailroadI stationi.
Notice to Township Com-s
wvork andi~ no overseer appointed.
It is no time for road working now,
hut the overoors0F must ho appoiid
todl and lot them take charge and
keep them passiblo until farm
work is (101o, then work theni
p)roperly. This work belongs on'
tiroly to you and must be attended
to prom >tly and save further trou
ble. MATTIRaw HENDICKS,
THE STATE OF SOUT'
By J B NEwurnY, Esquire, Probate
Whoreas If J. Martin made suit to me
to grant him Lotters of Adminis.ration
debonin non with will annoxed of'the es.
tate of and effects of Carry Dobbns,
These are Therefore to eito and adnion
ish all and singnlar the kindred and cred
itors of the said Carry Dobbins, deceas
ed, that they be and appear before me,
in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Pickens Court llouse, 8. C., on the 25th
day of Juie next, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show eause, it 1ny thiy have, why the
said Adnipitration 'loul(i not be
Giveii lumler my Hand, this 8th day of
June. A. ). 1.896 and in the 120 year of
[sini,] J I Ni.:wnutv, J P P C.
Section 30 of the new "School Fwv''
realds as follon: "Eael County Boardof
E ltmo., oi the flrst Ttluesday of July,
18906, u4al on tle i:et Tuestlay of July
every two years thereafter, sh1allI appoluut
for each school distrlet In their couumty
three clool trustees from the qialifiled
ied ors ani taxplavels residing within
the0 diI-trict, who,.shall hold their office
for t wo %ears andi 11ni their siucessors
are appoiltai 1111d qualilled, untiless soon.
reioved by the County Board of Educa.
The lpeseit. trustees of eacihi school di.
trict w-Ill hold electionls In their respec.
tive school 1ouises aul ree 'iiimenid Iy a
laajm1y election, the nuamue.i of three
tr1stees for each school district, to be
brou01t before tht1Uointy Board of Ed
uuat0ion for coi$,t1eration. All recoln
memitins ust'hehithe S1 perinitnmd
ent's otlice by or.'efore June 27bth, 184)6.
NoT-: -ShotldI ly I cmiendation
fail to rehel ls by this time, ither the
o!d truslees will he retained, or the Coun
ty Board w-11 appoint new I rustees.
T. (I . Ron1iNsoN.',
Count y Siupterinlteidant.
Just Received !
A large lot of men and boy's
I keep a full line of
S 7"'I pay eash for hides, wax and tal
W. M. 0100DLEl'.
Successor to Gower & Goodlett.
102 Mai, Street, uIreenville, S. C.
r Now has on sale samplo
- Padir of Men's, Boys, Woman's, Mjiss
' es and Children's Shoes, factory sam
ples, to be sohl( at less than manufac
turers prices, .heginning February
f Such chlaneOs %o buy13 cheap shoes
only3.comesQ1 once a year, and no0w is
v y'our time to Secure Bargains. Comec
ij and see before the sizes are picked
dI out and sold,.
C: The Factory Shoe Store.
J. M. Dickson,
*'P. S.-E. C. Schaffeor, an expe
0rieniced sho0e maker, is with us, wih<
repair's all kinds of shoesC, ladue:
shoes00 a speciality.
NOTICE TO TIIESP'ASSElis.
I foihri anuyperstonfromi huntiing, cutting
excpt In the pub le road withiout my13 coni
.sent. -J. MAIO~N LOOPER.
LI Mie, S. C., A pril 27, 18915.
To the Public :
.\When In.Lasley, cli on J,
(I M, RAMPEY foir Sprinig and
HLandkerwchiefs, Ribb ons
8 Gloves, Stipper's,
Shoes, Hats, &c.
lIs . a fr tiesh line of
LI 3 dunds Soda 10 a lDimc.
-On Saiturdaty you buy Jncdgc
9 Pr'ints a et hri
Prnsat *. The~1Ise jpices1
e apply to Saturdays only and
d nlo other dlays. ap30tf
. Misses. McKAY.
Main Street, GREENVILLE, S. C.
.Iave nlow ready for sale~ all the
Lautest Styles in
U flts, .B0i1i ts alld Caps,
.For Ladies, Misses antud Children.
.E- They koop1 conistantly on hand all the
Novelt ies atL lowett prIices.
Your paftronage sol ied.
Main Street, Greenville, S, C.
W.T F. JBJassinigame,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rickenis, C. II., 8. C.
Practtitc in all the courts.
f.j.1 P. CARLISLE, Dentist, Green
Lville, 8.- O, Office over Addison &
Mecoe's Drug Store.
'I ha~ve a fine lot of
I-me at. er 2
on hand which I am soiling at
"Rock Bottom" Figures.
$3" Hides andi Beeswax will be taken
in aymient for leatheor. Call and see my
L A RK I imUQIES
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Now is tho time to look after
hot weather goods.
Fans, Parasols, Hand Umbrel
las, Buggy Umbrellas.
Whito Goods, Towels, Soaps,
Porfumery, Straw IIats,
MQn's, Ladios' and Misses
Slippors and Straw Hats.
Grain Cradles, Iiandled
Hoes, Plows, H1arrows,
Swoops, Tie Out Chaiis,
TW. T1. 'Fu.
Pickens & Easley R. 11.
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 & Owimgs have
bought out the cheap "Wreck
Store," 117 Main srcet, Green
ville, S. C.
They aro 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
up, and we will soon convince
you that we have the cheapest
goods in the city.
Give us a call and see for
yeurself. We guarantee 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 surpassed our expectations.
The right goods and the right
prices tell the tale.
Our novelty dress goods have
been pronounced beautiful. We
have a second lot to arrive Mon
dlay or Tuesday.
We have all the latest trim
mnings to match the new goods.
The prettiest.- Buttons, large
and small, ever shown in Green
ville for trimming.
Our silkr department is comn
plete. Dress silks, trimming
silk, and silk for waists.
Only a look at these goods
will convince you, we spared
not time or money in selecting
these goods and the comllimen ts
we have recelvedl amply repays
us for our trouble.
Your patroniage solicited.
the Garison store, next to I'. E
Allen & IBro. To avoid having si
mnany goods8 to move we will giv<
special bargains ont all goods.
is a vigorous feeder and re
sponds wvell to liberal fertiliza
tion. On corn lands the yiekc
increases anel the soil improves
If properly treated with fer
tilizers containing not undea
A trial of this plan costs but
little and is sure to lead to
Our a hetarenot advertising elrettlers boomn
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New'York.
D.D.D. BLOOD BALM
THE GREAT REMEDY
FOR ALL. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
SCROFULA, ULOC3, EC2EMA,
RHEUMATISM, CATARRN, ERUPIONS,
SENT FR EE WONDUE ?~URE.
SLOOD BALM CO. Atlanta, On
OUR SPR00N GOODS.
have arrived and we will be able to show you
the best line of
Ever brought to G-reen ville. Our competitors must bow to
ii when it comes to a question of PRICE. Why?
This is easily explained.
40 LBLI . 4
The1(se. two wVoads mean a mountain of things.
No loss, m> had accounts, and a thousand other thingi that
mean a loss to any businesis where credit is given.
Ponder over this, and if you find that we are correct in our
calculations, you vill give us a chance to sell y ou
AO. 69 S ll
Clothing to fit any size and pocket,
Hats and Gents' Furnishing Good at th smc fgtrwes.
Come in and look throigh our stock,
which is seconid to none
reIfus & Co.,.
Tilo Now glothior,
113 and 115 Main Street, Greenville, S. 0.
We have neither time nor inclination to "blow" about mar
velous wondlers of beaulty and gorgeousness of styles, and tell
'"fabulous facts'' ab~out m:.unmth[I stocks of goods and all that
lind of circus advert isenments. P.eople caninot be fooled by such
absurd(. advertisemnts andi~ statements any more. We have only
a plain commlion senso wvord to say to our frienuds anid customers
and that is this. We have not the largest stceck of goods in the
United States but we have a sufficient quantity of bran new
gods to suplply all of your wvan ts andl to give you as large scope
to select Iromn as youi could desire. WVe are not ''selling out be
lowv New York cost'' that is an ob(l 'chestnut.'' Wo are buying
for cash and are selling on as smaz'll margin andi profit as we can,.
and live. W\e do not propose to attract you by foolish words. Our
prices and goods speak for t heinselv"es We propose to deal hon
estly mijd square'ly ami do all th-at we can in a legitimato way to
meri t your p at ronage Te hav a e-~ mt '1 plete assortmeint of Dry
goods, not ions. ucarpeis, maingies, and wvmlow shades b'>ught for
WVe ha1.veC all ti hie nw w :1sh goodIs. doi iies, percu los,bI iuS,sw iss.
organdies, P1 isse. .\ c' impletet line of' I hie ne('west drs IW$5Joodsu8nd.
trimming's, Silks fo r wa istIs, in janj, Iafl.mrs, swvivels, in Persian,
andl Doesden efl'eets n d 1pa1tter s. We hiavye the newest styles.
and the largest stock of hiack dIress goods, in Henriettas, Serges,.
Sicilans, Mohair, Oraponis :n dl Novelli s.
We wvill gladly send s~:mples upon0 re'quest andio all or'Irs-giv
en us wit rec''ive careful and j'romap, aution~l. All we ask.i a
fair tr ial and eb'ance and y ou will be c onvinc ed.
THAN EVER PRODUJOED.
liiLilii5, HATS AND URinll~Ii5~
WE'RE TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complcte now,
and see if you don't agree with us. One of
two things we ah~vays mean to do: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a lower price than you get them else
GRD EN'' E.' 8. 0.