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The People's Journal.
Arthur, Porter lost an infant
from whooping cough last iveek.
W. A. Palmer, formerly of
Pickens, but now of Greenville,
was in town last Tuesday.
Rev. J. M. Stewart had a good
congregation at Enon last Sab
bath which listened to one of his
There will be a grand Sunday
school celebration at Tabor next
Saturday, commencing at 10 a. in.
Jas. O'Dell and Riley Ellen
burg, of the Bevemly neighborhood
were in Pickois Saturday and
made us a substantial call.
D. C. Alexander, at Meet, grab
bled in his8 sweet Potato patch on
the 28th ult., and found plenty of
them, one weighing one pound.
Hon. W. P. Widoman, of Abbe
villo county, comes bof -re our peo
ple this week as a candidate for
Congress from the third congress
Mr. J. E. Stansell (Dul) died at
his home on Big Eastatoe Tuesday
afternoon and buried Wednesday
at Nimmons. The deceased was
about 26 years of ago.
We are in receipt of a kind in
vitation to attend a Fourth of Ju
ly colobration at Gaffney. Gaffney
is a hustling town and never does
anything by halvGs.
In the case of the killing of
Gus Tanner by Peter Rowley on
Thursday night near Greenville,
the coroner's jury rendered a ver
dict of wilful nurder.
At a meeting of the patrons of
Farr school, the following wore
elected trustees for the ensuing
two years. J. H. Bowen, W. F.
Pace, and L. Ml. Berry.
Harris says fruit jars this week.
He has lots of other things that
you will want, but read his new
ad and drop in and soo him. He
has a full lino of general Imerchan
Mrs. Albert Arial, who lives be
low Liberty, has been very ill for
som0 weeks with brain affection,
but at last accounts was accounts
was recovering. Dr. 4. E Robin
,on has been atten(ilg her.
Miss Lena Stowart has been
quite ill for several days but hor
numerous frionds will 1o glad to
know that she is convaloscing un1
der the care and treatnont of Dr.
G. W. Earlo.
ThelL passeniger dop1ot at Liberty
will be a very hadsome afliir when
comlteted. We arc glad to eo the
railroad coimpan f mnllifes~ting all
inlterest iln tile metropolis of Liber
ty for thley deserve it.
All those living in tile neighbor
hood of Enon church are request
ed to be at the church, on the 2d
Saturday in July at 9 a. mn. withl
suitablle tools and assist in clean
ing off the cemetery there.
The young people of PickenB
and vicinity indlulgod ill avery do
lightful sociable at tihe residence
of Mr. B. C. Baker lest Aionday
night'. Some thirty young folks
wore in attendi(ance. All repoert
hlaving hlad a splendid time.
Tholl Bethlehem School, district,
No. 20, will begin July 13, 1896i.
The teacher and trustees of said
school requests all of tile patrons
to be present withl thleir children
on thle mlorning of commencing
as it is a mlatter of implortance.
The Easley Township Singing
Association will mleet at Rock
Springs chlurch), three miles east
of Easley on tile second Sunday
in July, at 9 a. mn. Let everybody
come lpreparod to stay all day.
Thol Hion. J. E. Boggs is expected
to I e presenlt. The candidates are
~' also invited. Let lovers of mnus'c
not forget theoir books.
Hunter, Boggs Co., general molr
chants at Liberty hlave been dis5
solvedl by mutual consenlt. Mr.
Wash IHunter will continue busi,
ness at the present stand1 and T.
N. Hunter andl C. E. Hamilton
have formed a partnership and
wvillI continue business iln tile va
,canlt store room on the same street
abtlovo) their present placo of busi
ness. Woe bespeak for thesoe gen.
tlemen a liberal patronag& in theC
future as they have had in thec
p~ast, as they know how to buy
goods chleap and sell themIllthe
same way. T1he onlly andl original
Bob Robinisoni will be0 withI hun
ter & Ilamilton, where he will be
glad to see his friends.
Last Sunday was childlremn's dlay
at the Presbytorian church at Lib.
erty. A beautiful andl intoresting
program had been1 arrangeod whiicl'
wvas carried out perfectly, The
Ringing wast very goodl esp~ecially
b~y thle little ones. Prof. Clink.
scales, of Clemson, aind Solicito,
Ansol hlad boon invited to delivom
adldressee, bult Mr. Clinkscales, was
unavoidlably absent. Mr. Anso]
spoke about an hlour directly tc
the chlildlron and was listened tc
with rapt attenmtion. Superi ntell
dent M. A. Boggs presided and
Mrs. L. R Smith at tile organl. Al
thle conlclusionl of tile exercises r
goodl collection was lifted for for
ole misios.It was a very en
joyable occasionl to thlose whoe at
tonldlOd. In the afternoon Mr. C.
E. Robinson made a sh~ort addresi
to tile Sabbathl schlool at theo Bap
To firm known as Hunter
Boggs Co., have dissolved co-part
norship and there will probably be
more stores in town as a result.
The new passenger depot is well
under way and there are to be oth
er considerable chanfes conneoted
with the railroad,so tis said. The
talk of some more new domicils
soon to be orectod is being dono.
The tocsin has been sounded
and the spirit of improvoment has
moved on this nock of the woods.
J. H. Brown is having somo fino
toltches put On his new hotel by
Mr. Marshal, lato from the Van
derbilt Palace, N. C. whoro he has
A large cotton seed warehouso
is one of the buildings on the list
for the near future. Lumber is
being laid on the ground now and
will be built by ordor of Hiram
Mickle, of Elberton, Ga.
Tlhe town now has a lot for a
school building and theQ next best
thing in order will be a coimiodi
Gus school house on it.
Our farmers aro pretty well up
with their work aid crops are look
ing fine. J. D. Smith has a patch
of the largest cotton in the coun
ty, so far as wo know, at least.
Whoat is thrashed and out cutting
is being wound up. The fruit
crop iq rather inferior gonorally
Mrs. J. A. Smith has roturned
home after an extended visit
among her children and friends in
the Easley section.
Solicitor M. F. Ansol, of Green
ville addressed the Sunday school
at the Presbyterian church yoster
day. Children's day exercisos
wore observed by the Sui-nday
C. E. Robiison amd wife, of
Pickens, vi.ited I)r. G. E. Robin
son, tho fcrmnor's father, yesterday
and lie addressed the Baptist Sutin
day school in the afternomi.
Mrs. J. R Chapimii, of Contral,
is visiting her mother and ot her
relatives in town.
J. H. Sanders, who has beoel on
a N isit among relatives in this see
tion boarded the train hore for his
home in Atlanta, (I., Saturday.
Ex-Judge J. H. Newton, of Piek
eni,boarded tho traii for A labama
Saturday. He is working tihe par
mers Mutual Insurance thero aid
reports businesss good.
Leo Sammons' baby died last
Friday near M arietta and was hur
iod by its mothers side, (whom it
survived but a short timo) at Ru
hamah church last Saturday after
R. M. Wertz, who is now en
gaged on a mill building near Ma
rietta on the Greenville side, was
in town yesterday.
WeT noticed Mr. Iholder, of near.
Pickens,in towni yesterday looking
after somle of Liberty's fair at
tractions. Ilis visits may not
seem1 numerous bitt regulari.
Mrs. V. E. Hud(gens returnied
home last week fromi a visit to rel
atives at Norcross, Ga.
S. D. Stewart boarded the train
for Richmond, Va., to attend tile
old soldiers re-union.
Mrs. Dr. Wiulliams has been very
sick the past two weeks but is
The ratio 16 to 1, (that is 16
ounces or p~ounds of silver lo 0110
of gold) is the bottle cry of this
cam paign, andl in ev'ery other re
spect. Let's have every dlollar
imudo equal to every other dollar,
regardless of what material it may
be composed. Let's have no d is
crimination dollars, and A merica
for Americans, andl they free, and
as near equal as they can get or as
circumstances will permit. C.
Liberty, June 29, 1891,
TIhe following is a list of thme Juirors
drawni oin the 24th tilt.., to serve at t he
couming term of court Lo be htolden come.
mencinig oni the s'cond1( al OndarI in J .tly.
.J. Frank Jloinlgs, la 1H. A. Foster,
BI. F. Parsonis, J1. M . ( arrisoni,
A. 11. Unmiltmn, E. 11. Shier I,
WV. L. Parrot, A, M1. F~olger,
J Mi Green, .J M Nation,
A .J Wel bornl, J.1 B torronghis,
.J C Alexander, L. M. Itigdoni,
TI. (I. Oliver. 0 S stewart,
T1. II. Ilolliday, ,John Heoper,
M! Calvin Smnithi, Allen Maulidin,
J. L,. Thomaus, A. I). Mnnz li,
WV. J. M nlllnax, .J. F. (Ca nnan,
We the undersigned members of
Six Mile Baptist church in 1uck
ens county, S. C., will apply t~o J.
M. Stewart, Clerk of Court thiirt y
(lays after the (late hereof for a
charter incorporating Six Mile
church. This 22d .Junuo 1896,
WV. I". M\AsSHIxmII,
WV. K. I~M.iee,
W. RP A. G AmmIune'I-r,
RI. E4, P'Auno'r',
1). . H'wrluxs,
CJoimmi ttoo for said ch urhn
A JNouseh~Iold UReeny.
And It iever fails to) enite Rhenlitit 1m,
Catlairrh. [Pimblehs. Illotches antd all d1i~eas.
es aishig froml imlin (e blood(, is ltotic
filood Blmi ( U. 11 ( Thiouisad endI I orse
hi~t a the be t remedy over' or fered(( to
misinkd. TIhie thmoiuands of cormes perI
formiedl l y th IS remnedy a re' ahnos4)t imiraicn
bins. T1ry It. Onily $1.00 per harge hot tie.
For sale by diiiggists. See adv iet~siseent
Thero will be a pictnic at Koo.
wee church on Saturday, July 18,
utnder the auspices of the Citizons
Union. An invitation is extondedC(
to everybody. Prominent speak ,r.'
will be present. No painis will bc
spared to make the day enjoyabkc
A 'S0e1e1 Event.
The most delightful social oveni
of the season was celebrated at
the Hotol do Thornley last Tuos
day evening. William Allan; thet
gifted musician of Groonville wa
on hand with guitar and harp and
rendered sweet strains to the sat
isfaction and pleasuro of all par
ticipants. Besides the youig peo
ple of town and vicinity, there
wero prosont several visiting ladios
and gonts whose presonceo a(lded
zost and feeling to the occasion.
The following is a coinpleto list
of those comprising the party:
Chaperons-Mr. .and Mrs. V.
W. White, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Low
is, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Boggs, Mr.
and Mrs. J. McD. Bruce.
Misses Olga Richey, Nora Rich
Oy, Daisy Jennings, Cora Bowen,
Florence Bowen, Bessie Ashmore,
Mau(lo Ashmoro, Molanoo Thorn
ley, Olive Thornloy, Carrie Wyatt,
Clova Grilfn, Mattie Hester, Net
tie Symes, Lidio Hagood, Corrie.
Bruce, Anita Ambler, Bessie Mc
Daniel, Janio Ligon, Aurie Hol
lingsworth, Hattio Grady, Essie
Messrs. L. C. Thornley, Bortran
Thorniey, John Thornley, Homer
Richey, Ben Griffin. Walter Grif
fin, Claude Aloxander,Walter Hes
ter, Johin Ltgon,W. WV. White,Har
ry Hagood, Charley Bowen, Rufus
Ashmore, - T. J. Mauldin, F. G.
The following now contracts on
innil routes diverging from Pick
ens wont into offoet yesterday, Ju
Pieckons to Easley, douvle (laily,
J. W. Ad,!ox, carrior.
Pickens to Stewart, tri-weekly,
Israel Fergluson, colored.
Pickens to Nino Times,tri-woek
ly, \W. 11. Grant.
Piekens to Alexan(ler,dai ly,Wim.
Pickens to Suinny D1alo, semi
wooekly, l lan ford llabb.
Picklns to Riverview,senmi-week
lV. J. W. Adeox.
Now is the Time!
YIill will iI-4il rui j;rs, .ielly t11nn1blers,
go al 't vig i am I i flaivin , ri. I
hav. h n'. Also sticky fly paper mwl
turn.1ip) Sved. I halve smeine gr ji1in 11u1S.
c~l~ul in~l~ees . few hau r. li comlmon
mlobs S it ya u on\I price. ( C:iinn'd
* ioba~oi autl so'p- Wihe Wiki Cat
a1, 4 eeni a bar.
I woubl like very muhel it sh.ow fil la.
dies n tc' (f rashm eres,
li e & . A i'n-uIiful line of calicoes,
veryl' be . \tv luesv~ al. 5 centlb.
i har' i il featihe. ci l' that will
hohl toil. :m1i4l tel (u:r-tei sleeting.
Big lat (of plaids and domiestiicsL. Mv
eI~~ are . as.h or t .. r. an d I want corn'
eli hicken s, heeswna aid hame,~~
I wvillI save you mioniey Oin shoets.
YXoui wvil liind me1 for awiAle at the
liii T. D.HARRIS.
It wifl pay you to visit thik
store whIen in GreenIvile.
1G tO 1
say it is the C[HEAPESTJ
PLACE in town.
A. J. JON ES,
205 Main Street
Agent Standard Patterns,
Beforo the first (lay of August
189)6 thle rogistrati on boo0ks shal.
b0 openl ini each pol1ling pr'ecinc1
for' inot loss than 0on0 nor mor<
than three days in accordance
with law as follows:
Easley, Wodn iesdaiy and Thur's.
(lay, July 15th and~ Puth.
Cross Plains, Friday, 17th.
L1oor~O's5 Giln, Satur day, 18th
Petotrs' Cree(k, Movnday, 20th.
I 'uinipk intoiwni, Tuesday, 2 1st.
Easta toe, Wednosda~ y, 22d.
Alile Crook, 'Thursday, 23d.
Six Milo, hriday, 2.lth.
1Prater'i's Crieek, SatIurdayn, 25th.
I 1 ierty, Monday(1 and1( 'i Tusday,
27th and 2XthI, upj to I o'clvock p,
(lay, 29th and 10thI.
CalhIioun, Fr'iday thle 3i1st and at
Pickoins, C. 11 ., onie wook ini Au
gust and S'lptemhor~i each.
All IpIersons ar' r'etiuired to ap
1ply iln perso~n for' rgistr'ationi.
Board of Registrtat ion for' P'.0.
T1he books will bo0 open ait 9 a
mi., andl closo at 3 p. m.i
-Physician and Surgeon
Offlee, at his r'esideaico Min ii St reet.
Ma'ch 8, 180..4
II.JWV N~fltWOOD, Dentist, Di
/I. . Niinwoon, Assistant. Ollec<
88 O~OMain Street, Greecnville, 8. 0.
Tho contributors of tite Piehlns
High School are heroby catlled to
meot at the court house, on Tues
day, tho 7th day o' July nex(, at
10 o'clock i. m., for the puIrpuse
of olocting it board of trtustee-s to
sorvo for tho noxt year.
C. E. ROBINSON,
Se~c. Boaird Tr-tiste-.
'hio Old Folks Singing Assoeiz
tioni will moot. with t ho Six Mile
church on tho first S1n(biv in July.
All comoe out.
All announcomniots for candi
datos aro strictly cash with ordr
for the sanw. tf
I he-eby annonnee nvsll . vi'a calld1:ite
(or Congress froin Iie thid Con gresion
-l1 tisriet, .sub1ject to the action of the
dielnocra tie prhna:'v.
. W. P'. I141MA N
Imnione lself asu aiuldidhtte forg-lee
tion to the Fifty-Iifth Congress from th :Ill
South Carolinit I)istrict, subliject to the
voters of the I)elnloolrtic Prinl *rv.
A. C'. I,'Tlall1it.
IION. J. V. IONNllCN, if Aierson
county, is hereby an E3nott 212ias .14analdidate
for Congress fronm tie :l congressional di1
tritI, siihject to the prinntry, elec-tionl.
The Iany frietnis of J)S Il I,. K E IT'i'
hereby mnnoune himn as a camdidlate filr
Congress, subjec1t 14 the voiters of tle :11
congressional 4listrict inl thev pitry e-li -
TJ'le 1iany friends of lft IE) WN I11, A 31S
hecreby an'1oiluIe him111 as a 4e4n1t41ile fill
re-election to the I moits4 of iepresenttive,
sublject to the( voters inl the( prisntary e c
Tile Iany friends of W. A. I IA.\11.I'(T)N
herebIy alniottel4 himitas a 1Et ijil1hit filr. Ihe
I 1l4tse of itepresentative, S111j4c,t to the
voters in the prinmary election.
At the s4oliiitatioln of 111aIy frielld, I
114reby 11111olne nysel f at eeldi1tiat I'llr
the llou(se of IlIpresenta:ti's, sllt ij toI (
the voters fin the prinmary elec-tion.
* ~,IOEI. I i. 31 I.l.1:22.
Th Inlly friemnis of V. (;. Mi.\'l1N
hereby annttnelie hlilk as a1 v:111lblate filr thle
u11011.4 of I(lp ntivesS3be2 to Il vo
ters ill the primnary elect ion. *
Tit n1any friends f' C. 11. C.\lIu'CN
TERi herebly anonehim a1- a vainlidlte
for the, 1llse of hqwti.2i1es. subjort
to the VoLterS inl the( pr1iumryll * leV 1-41iion.
1.,1r Soli itol '.
G10'01I(10 1.i 1 NCt I, of . ller.on. S.
C., herebly auone isl saeu
dlate for Solicitor (if I l- vight(h circuli, Ib
ject t) the voters ill the 3h-1 u 4rati prima
Iherebly ann:unIe nylf aI n-3111lillate
for Solicitor of1 the '-Ih jiluicial vircui1 tof'
this Iltlsu je t 1to 4 lhl- lnt ra Ic r
1111try viel'etion. li. 31. ,il. 31 A N.
I iereby a11111 u E ini . b 1 a1 : lliilate
for re-electionl to the oillicl. 4f Solicitilr tif
the 1t-11 jildiiti11 cirtil'it f11' Sou33th Carlolin3:l,
subject. to tillh action of thel. 4 1 (3 ln rera t
party in the primantry electtion.
Coun1ty Supewrinlt entient (if J."lin1-ation.
'lel! mnany friendIs f 1) . .)HN 31.
CRIEiNSILA herblv 2nnonn1 e himil as a
v':llidate for Couint Su*erintemb-1 of
EIttentilt, s4ubjecvt t~o the vipters inl (he p ri
Tile inay frie1mis oif W. \V. F". lIUlIOIIT
hereby aantule him as a clitilt. foi
2tientio131, sub1 jec(t, to I hie voter'ls iln 113 he pinnI:
The( 1iny fr'iendsi 43f 1 4K. .1. 1t. 121,i.;yW
the (l1i1(! of Cl 3u11ty SIuperinte'li3h-nt Eof 113..
luenti143n, sub~iject. to til:e ' voters' ill tilE priina..
Thie! 11nany3 fri'1end 331 \Al I I N 1).
~JON ES heeby:4' 411 annonn'e: imIl as 24 ('n13i
Thell manily fr'iendsl oIf \V. S. I 'Al SO N S
elec'tion1to thel l)lce of Coron'er1 of' l -nk314
('oul~t3', subljet to tihe v'oters ill th riE' nary12'
Thell llnany1 fri01e1:s of MAT'Ill I W li lKN.
D)l1 CKS h121eeby1 announce114' hilm ats a 3'amll1.
411late for Sup jerv'is1or Elf Pickens: 33ounty , sub11
jeet to tile volters' ill tihe ituar12 y e'4lclilm.
The1l nl1any3 fiends14 o3f 11. I..0Lo)Pl.:lI
thle .otlice (if Supervl~isor11 (If Piela-ns ('ounty,3
422ubject to [lhe vo(ters' iln till prliltuar1y ilee.
The1l many11 fr'iend4 (If 0. P.~ F'iEhI re
21pec(tfuly 1'211111. annnne hint as2 a eI'll1ichtte.4 foi4
Counlity3 Sup lervisorIt, sub1jec4t. t(o14 theoter CinSl
Th'Ie 1n122ny fr'ietis: of 12011li'i2'T STICW.
far the1 4lic o11(4 f C~outy 11 SupJer'visoE r, sub1 jec3t
to tile voltersI' iln thE! prIillnary e'1ection1. I
TheIn 01nany friel~s of .1 1' ', 12. 111)SS
hIereby1l announce13'l 1hit3 as4: a 11n1lij32tte for1 thll
otti1'e 43f ('ount41y Supervl~isor,' subIject'. 134 1 he
v'oterIs ill the prIinnr 13: h-c'.101ion.
The1l 1ian [lriemis' of ,it)ilIN W. lf).\1
AS, of1 i',astatue33 Township1J, hereby133 :3n
Sherliff (If ickens3I1 3'ountyI, :4ubject' to3 the.
v'.ters' ill t lu- prlilnl21ry 41331 i'2
Thel( vlter's of IPi3'lwIns comI respectl3'13' fullyv
anneotul-4 ,'l.11. l. S l1 .\3' 1 I IIIh ast'l' a I 1114'i
11h4 nul2lny fri13'lls onf \\ .\. .1. P'ON IIEI2l
thet 141li4'e of Sher'ill', sublj.1 ii''h I ot3Ir' in
I'lerk of t' ,:t.
The tinany fr4it('l s ofl h l. . ,l.2 Iii . IT I-:\l'
di10at Ef e'of (h-rk11f Co.lbject IIo ti
prtar ltion fI'il3 s maint .
1tl(ee (o f C lelk ofl('1tri sIll,'k te,21: theV ler
j(n' tE pts)~'.tyl' elltion.ll 311
J.14'11213 fIl I4V lllI NNIf(;.l i 1 1 l\h\ :I
21jet 'l to . 4 vo t 'in th l pim l le l~22 i n.
Thie2 10211ny frietlis of1 (. \ .Ii. 1N 1 I \'-:
thelIllE o f Treasurer~l'!I ( f 3i(4kll ,1111 1n~ ,2
Th 1.na4y fr'i('i Eof WJ. 'I. S ' N2;1.:i *I
otite('1(I of Treasure ofl 0 3 (i'k321 l uny Ili .I su b
'1' , the( frietni5 oI f ,I.'('l: T.I~3I V u blcl,
electionil t11o t3'ih 4'3'4'lle ofContv re3er
T43o thE: vohler of ~i kens iiounis, 3 II lo-rle
tie oflout-yTresure, subject'3'343' 111the24
31 . I. C/i J ;-:-ros.
spec3ial'II rasonsE' iirery i 2l1lI0'ran 1111a 112n
di24lateI24 for4oun' Superinn-t(ub-a13 1 of1 (3111du-0
eAt1in,1 (If asut'1(lee myseillf aI1j': t~uldtet
011144 lI ~Eo~sl J. AlItEl, Xszo4' tuowtil
For11'1I County A3'112l3 sli'(t10r.
We are Opening up Owhe es linle of
CI.OTI I I N<
Ladies and Men's I als.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,"
IIrness and 1lar1idware,
fqCver shown in 'ickens.
They are bought to sell, an,(d we
invIto you all to coie.
J. Mel). BU'CE.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
H. C. MARKLEY.
And E-very Variety of Fl'inc Carra e , I u irs, Carts,
and I larness, I lardwa' , I aint:, ( )ib:;
Greenville Coach Factory.
G W. SIRRlNE, Supcrintendent.
NEW SHOE STORE.
MILLER f & GRJU11KSB!A~ k
W\'ith a newv andl we'll selected sto ck of
L adieQ and G~entlceen's Fine Shoes a specialtv.
l'eceivinlg goods every (lay dlirect fr'om thle la -tories.
OFShoes Neat, CJomfortale and~ Liastinig.
No. 105 N. MAIN STR EET, Creenville, S.C.
tiFAgents for the WV. L. DOUGLA'SS~ Warranited shoes. octu311:.
Woaro making addlitLionsi to ourI oiur immienIs(e sto)ck (<hilly, and
when0you noo)nw, chIoico fgoods, kindly drp01 inl and1 let us showyo
throuh ou stock. We soll the very bst goodls the. couni)try afols
and o for themi at renurkably closo0 prices.
feb)0t f. (Ar(Invilec. S. C.
We are glad to say that w' cetniil ave1( hadl a ruish thir far
thlis season, and hope it wVill conJtinuIe.
WeV wvill endeavor' to keel 'ur i e~k uin il n~ are1 up pl5))iedI
wvith the latest nlovelties in his and( bionnets ini I hei miirket,.
(JCail before you huy. We guiIrantiue ourI hats will surpass aniy
in theo city, prices mFoderat(.
We wvill offer special bargains.~ ini mieim and1 81 low Ipiced hatus
for next week.
I Misses Rlogers,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
anr4:n6O 11V Colfee Street (Umder Onnra Ioine.) Glreenville. S. C.
A. Go. Wyaul)
EASLEY 8. So0
Just arrived and Cheap. Como
and see them.
AWThoso who owo me will please
como antd pay witliout further delay
A. G. WYATT,
oct32 Easley, S. C.
Summer Coods Displacing
Coods of Spring.
McAlister & Beattie,
Dry Coods. Carpets, Mat
tingS, Oil Cloths, Cor
nice Poles and Win
Ot- low prices keep good.' tinoving. WO
buy ele:i . we Sell Ihea p.
On every 'T' escay, Ihursdav * nl Satur
laly wer e new goods. t.f(herefore alL
goodI oil our selves are rel iable in Etyle,
as well as ciuality, andi always at tho
Lautest L.owest. lrices.
SOME ITE MS.
New Law: li.s, ph)iin ui colored, juinst re
lver. .1lh i<lier uisu1al value.
1 000 la gt. Towd i-, at 10 cenits, well
1.n4 ellrt lin 65 enltsM:unid M1.00. Poles
ton~iltII thit nit 22.1 vients.
se luili 110 M alivoes at 4A cen(s,
Laa ivs 'rtii'pt, Waists, :at $1, regilar
.We sei.1 thel " 'rophllv," t he best, Corset
i A tinl : at1. o0 ent
While :-l N:vy lickl :t 10 ventsi.
Nwis liimty, igiI il, very d:u1int , at,
'. 4ent', Ol inl Ne V Yor nt, 15 eents.
I'lek NainvmI (liii t l) at 5 ts.
Table (.1 ('lothI (t'1ik week) 11, vents,.
(" nil nso tinent11 of l'rocl- 1, Rfuamie.
TJhO . (*I'llion , ID -liin alld the fistfal,
.ri)141, filr- i.T purpose1W(.
,: If I-oft nee'i n1rpe(2 t o (an b113 ler
Dry Coods and Carpets.
'l'erphione No. .17,
l'. S. -.1hitteick I 'atterns2.
Il I. ST.\TEC ~01N'T s I' CAR.\IN\A,
Ilv I li NI~w tislv, Isiihire, Prohlitto
W hrs. Sownt '. (. P., nuul1do
su it h nw to grint hini m .t1i'ra of All..
liiis ir' II i o14 f lit t iII of inl effects
14 I.it'ntey A. .\b-x tuer, decneii.
TIl~i hesel a re T ifor I, 2424 it :ui nhnon..
is all iml s iar hle kmilie an ered. 1)
(;insed, iat' iiiy be amo, i)i nylu-r beorem
iie' 1 'itri~ 2f Irohnte, yto b)e behl aith
Pickn lour I lou , .i.on th 24h
dC hea-pl iG C otatpuiton
ilir oninler my and yo hiy gr( dof
.lne 1811ion lho lus e of COrIT'TQN
ISEE~ -EL, vith~ Aucidll Phos.
Cheaps n Bet
In rder othou mnaygrow
Weal recomme0 18nd rtyourn
pis eor yig lcwee
Sertlize r olhe arkt
Cottoni Oil Co.,
IebIl 3freenville, S. C.
1 am now selling Goods at
Calhoun, S, C. Will sell
(hem chteap) for the silver'.
C~omo andi~ see before you
1)2Iy. '10111S fml Jy,
Hfu A. J. BOCCS.
f all. T. 2).lls I N ' l 'I'
A II work g1a r~i~a lit e
4)20ir ''ver Itrii'' &V )osie'r's thrug Storet.
I will bI atn the I untt b)ridge) oni
Mua1nda2, th11 99th of' .Juno at .10
o'cloc(k, to l't to) t bto lowe'st respon
silot bidder4', the( con)tract of 1)uild-1
of1 smte122 rock p illars. Spocification
eneii be nonI~ at tho br1idIge on tho
daly of lettVinhg and1( soaled bids will
bet riece'Vivt atimy o111co until tho
->ih, for a hill of' good hoart pino
bige lumbher, 25,(i00 foot, dol ivor
i'd inl thirty days at tho bridgo or
an1 y ra21ilroahd station.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
JIM 1IASK1ELL, weighls ablout 1000
pounds141 and1 wi1ll serveo nulires at, Pickens1 for
$20 for ai 'ol,
T1'1 ICT 4EL, is four years ol, wIghsR
ablouit 2i00 pioundis andu will seroi' marei's at
GoligCreek fham for $6 for ia (c(lit.
Coli: . Hollnesworth.