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The"- Peonle's Journal.
Th , ) mis Gilstrap
I, *has gono on a
vis iddlotonl, Ga.
Mli) ;ivos in Pick
B., as ro-elocted
cot iborty town
y is visiting
her V. White, at
wO minday, Rov.
of Easloy, is
vif Hill, inl the
C11r .., j-otas neigh boilhood.
Tlho looting at Grilflin closed
Fi'day. 14ivo will bo baptized oil
the --ond Sunday inl SoptQomil\,r.
Mr. T. D. IHarris says "Co st !"
Road his chango in advorLisoment
this woolk. Ie ha11s a stor'o l full of
Mr. Lurry 'I'lornley who has
heen down ill Andersoni says crops
(10 not, near compare with the crops
in Pickens counitv.
B. F. Griffinl kilied a ratt.lesnako
noar town the other that h ad sov
en rattles and and a button.
Capt. IT. C. Grady hlas at 11o(
that lio says h will ainke Weigh a
1_000 pouInds by killing tinie. It
is at red Jorsoy and is a rousIr.
Tho couity candidatos startod
Ol thoirl camlipaignI Tuosday openl
ing at Easloy. They ato accomli
paniod oil thoir rouds by a brass
A very dostiructive hail storni
visited the Prater's Crook settlo
ment last Friday. A good deal of
tho fodder will hardly he worth
'1ho -following is the result of
the revival at Flat Tiock Baptist
church Aiqgu;t, Ist t:>8th. Phirtoon
by exp eoience id 3 hy letter,tot.al
1(,. Mr. Willi am Brown was the
praelior inl chargo.
Last, worslk Rev. W. M. 'Hardon
lost a1 pair of' gald ri1mmd spoeta
(les in a leather case inseribd W.
R1. Hubbard, Anderson, S. C. jew
eliler. TPhe finder will be suitably
rfewarddd )y rOLurn in Ig the samo to
this offico or the owner.
T. 1. Hayes living on Dr.Field's
p)laice just east of1 town had am iulo,
whic ob i was riding, to scaro and
throwv him oflf 01no day last1 wook,
tie struck t ho ground on his face
ahid wa's painfully bruised and
huiirt. Dr. (1. WV. E'atrlo alttondd
the wiounidedl main.
Mlr. J. J. Chandler, has filed his
pledge; and is in the race for cor'o
1ner. andu wantIs hiis friend(s to r'oe
olleet him in thle p)rimiar'y. Mr.
Chiandle r is f'ul ly quiL led for t ho
position). Mr. Chanidler hans only
re(cent Ily decdiod to make the race
and1( didl hot, autigiolCo bu is 11ow
in it for al1l he can i be. Ho ean ost
ly solicits your suff1rage.
Messrs. F. M. Cross. Georvgo and
CorleZ. Brown, alid( WaIltei tiaston,
of WVest min ister,whiile on thteir1 reo
hi ma1 I10i110 fIoni a in liin trip,
h$oppd ini P.ick'ns last Thursday
night the gue'sts of lDr.V. 8.P'orter,
:1(1st oxo(lell.t lilll.ic hoth vtical
A !y del ighited some of ouri dwell ings
lDied, near Six Milo oni the eve
min of Auigust 1ith, Mrs. Matilda
Aills, relict, of' the tato Danuiiel
church'Cl on t he 18th at 4I o'clock p.
mu, 8ho leaves no ch ihirrn, but
se(verl rol ativies, Mr i. 8. 11. M\lann
beinig a briotheri, anud NMrs. J1. T.
Y'onugblood an iaun t. '[le deoceas
(ud was11 greoatly b)0lo ved1 by all wvho
Priof. M. S. Stribliing has boeonm
niected principal of the Wastmin
ater i gh School and1( will soon
movo to that place t~o tako charge.
TPhe patrons of the school at this
placeoiregrot to give up Prof. Str'ib-.
ling whoe ht) has taught so faith
ful1ly and1( oflicien thy for two years.
Hof is a pur'e christian gentlemani,
a thorough scholarI, an excellent
.toacher', and Westmiinster is to 1)0
conigratullatedl on soc uring him n.
Mr. 1R. M. Witosides, of York
county, C~ommuiissionled agent for
the Plan~1ter.s' Register wias ja PiIick
clna last Mondahy' Sh)owintg ai book
that shlol d be in thie Iihands of' ey
4)ry) far'mer'. H o wranrt fo cstabl ish
loal agent s in thie county and will
omiguge four' ori five for that 1pu1r
pose.' Mir. Whit'sidbes will agini
be in Pickens Sat urday next and
will iexhtibIi t the wo(rk anpd wold
l iko 1.4 have par)11'ties whlio wi'ill push
1ev. ,J, M. StewartL is conduct
Ha revvivail moioting at EnIon
II .st chturch, wh ich commiteniced
Iha~ 'Thursday igh~t. -Great; inter'
(1St is bomng manifeated( by the
enuritch anid community. Revs. WV.
(1. Mauldin and T. F. Nelson nyo
aisting thle p)astor'. Five have ooee
received into the mmnhor11e1ship) og
- the churiich, lad othlers' are expect
edi to join. Th'le ordinance of hap-.
S tisml will bo admiinistoreod noxt
,,nriny na- 10 a. m i
A good crowd was in attendance
at th Easley county campaigners
Mr. 0. H. P. Fant, Jr., and sis
tor, Miss Julia, of Anderson, are
visiting relativos in Pickens.
Miss Maamie McLendon, of Flor
olce, an1d Miss Alma Smith, of
Burdino, are visiting Miss Stolla
Rufus Ashmore and partf who
wont to the Whitowator section
last week, aro still up thero living
high on fish and squirrel. -
Miss Leila Whito has returned
to her home i Anderson, after a
most enjoyable visit among rela
tivos and frionds in Pickons.
Dr. J. J. Morgan, of Dacusvillo,
who has boon very seriously ill
has so far recovereo as to bo ablc,
to bo out. He and his family wore
the guests of R. A. Bowen.
Jorro Looper had in town last
Tuosday two fino specimens of tho
swins. They were just five weoks
old and th oie that was woighed
pulled the scales at 23 pounds.' R1.
A. Bowen purchased one of thom.
Moso Losloy on Martin Howon's
plice one might last week accidlen
tally shot his wife. The ball en
tered the right hip and lodged inl
olft groin. Dr. Earlo was imm1e.
diatoly summlloned and alttonldod
the suffereir who at this writing is
inl a fair way for recovery.
Tho Stato campaignors reached
Pickens last Thursday and wNero
cordially recoivod by a largo auadi
on(ce. 'T'lheI meeting was very or
dorly and each candidate was ac
corded due attention. Our
space is too hiiiited to go into the
details of what was said on the
occasion by the candidatos. They
left in the afternoon for Waialia
Wher they engaged the attention
of the 1)001)1 of Oconee On tho
The election for cotton weighmr
passed off qiietly Saturday, and
votes stood as follows;T.H.Moore,
93; V. N. Gantt, 73; J. M. Hint,
14; P. C. Cartoo, 2; total 182.
Wo had a fino rain on tho 14th.
The farmers are biting their lit
tle finger nail and saying only a
h1altf crop of cotton this time, for
aill the fin'u prosl)cts, for an i
usual fino crop was never soon
than the first of July, but this
scalding hot weather hais just
knooked the socks off the pros
The depot has been rollod back
from the railroad track to make
room for another side track, so tis
T1he furniture has b~een litted up
inl tho( no(w paisseungor waiting
Mrs. D. IH. Templeton and son,
Eugene are visiting the formers
daiugh ter Mrs. D)r. WV. A. Sheldon.
Mrs. D)r. J. F. Williaims accom
panaied her mother on her return
home to A tianaita last week.
Mrs. P'lummaer has juLst retuirnedl
hOmeO from Atla ~nta, w hero she ha s
been visiting relatives a mionth
Giles TemleltonI, of A bbeville,
is visitmng at S. D). Stewart's thi.s
Miss Mullinax is visiting Miss
liev. R. P. Smith and family of
mad L. R. Smith, and wall take a
1 r'i p to t he nmoun tailns this week
Recv. R. P. Smith gave the Su nday
8chiool an inlterestung lectiurie yes.
M~an in lltoresti ng (ovents too nu1
nmurouas to nmentioni might be noted
but time will not pOrniit it niow.
A ug ust, 17, 189(6. C.
Numnaiaer' IomeSh and flesor't.
TJhae Southern R ailIway is the Iirst
ofI our gret ral ilay sys'tems~ t.o give
in formation to the piublic anad to fix
how eXeuirsioni rates for a sumimea
Oultinig, god for return unatil October
31 , by issuing, with usual paromlpt
nless, its Summer Hiome andl IResort
Jt is hanadsome ini design and1( artistic
in every resp~ect having thirty-two
beautifully illustrated pages contam..
ing the most complete anid convena
ently arranaged infor mation calculated
to aswer fully and satisfaictrily ,cvery
<piestion lhkely to be pr'opotinded,
such asg routes and1 distances, hotelh
an h11loarding houses, naumaes of pro0
plrietors, howv to reach thecm, rates of
board by (lay, week and month, etc.
The Southern offers a choice of
monmntain andl.1 seaside resorts,thae suarf
b~athiing and sea breezes of some of
tihe maost delightful resorls on the
Atlantic Coast or the cool mnoyntain
breeze'/as of Swananoa, Ashoville,
Lookout Mountainu and others 2,500
feet above then sea level,
For copy of gide call at ofhice of
aniy pr'ominent coupon Ilgont or send
2-cond1 stamp to 8, H1. llardwiok, As
sistanot General lassenger Agent, At
Danu .JoURINAL: 1nclosod you
w"ill findu somei openH cotton which
was f oiund( opep on the 3d1 inst. It.
growni by ..M. Loopoer on WV. N.
I lughes' plhmtation. Jac[- is a goodl
farmer ando lumia about twelve acres
of the fleecy staple, hoomides fifItoon
of corn, which is as goodl as any in
the county that has boon1 seen by
Wan tedl.-A teacher 10or the
Pickcene H-Iigh School. Torm~i be
giaos lirst Monday iln Septomboar.
Send applications to C. F:. Robhm
son, &eorotary Boaird .of Trustees,
P'inkanu $. rt
In the communication of Agric
olist last wook we should havt
said thoro was 98 por cont of alco.
hol in a gallou of that article, anI
it will tako nearly 1. of it to fur
nish onough of alcohol throo gal
lons of whisky. Typos will get
"ofi" inl spito of the bost of eyes.
Mr. McD. Aloxander, from
Heardnant, Ga., has boon visiting
relatives und Old acquaintances inl
this county during tho past week.
Tho Piodmont Union meeting
will be hold with Beavordam Bap
tist church in Andorson county,
Saturday beforo the 5th Gunday in
August at 10 oclock.
Introductory sermon by Rev.
W. 13. Singleton, alternato, F. R.
McClanahan. Missionary sermon
on Sunday by Rev. L. T. Woidon.
Quory No 1. What shall wo do
with dologates ex-officio for not at
tenlding the Umon meetings?
Oponed bo Bro. A. M. Young.
Quory No. 2. How can we stir
up nlore interest im missions ini
tho Piedmont Association? Open
ed by Bro. M. E. Owens.
fl. C. Siuntuv, Clork.
A meeting of the Pickens Ri
fles is called for Saturday aftor
noon 22nd inst., at 4 o'clock p.m.,
at tho armory for the pirposo of
distributiiig uniforms. Every
member who has a gun must bring
it, with him and thoso to whom
iiforims havo already been issuod
must leave them at the armory bo
foro now suits will bo issued to
them. By order of
1'. J. MAULDIN, Capt.
F. E. Cox, Soc.
Strayed or stolen fironm my place
on1 the 18th inst., one Poland Cli
na gilt,black with few white spots
kinky hair and ring in noso. Re
ward for information.
T. D. HAIms.
A special moeting of the stock
holdors of the Norris Cotton Mills
will be held at Cateocho, S. 0.,
Sept. 22d, 1896, to vote on secu
ring the issuo of bonds authorized
at the annual meeting held on the
13th inst. J. P. SMITH, Sec.
An ld Doctor's Favorite.
Dr LM. Gillam, who practiced med
icilne over forty yeirs originited, used
and claimed the 3otaiic Blood Balm,
(R1. B. 13.) which has now been i) use
about fifty-live years, was the best
Toniie and Blood Purifier ever given
to the world. It never fails to cure
the mlioit mualhgnant ulcers, sores,
rheumatism, catarrh and all skin aid
blood diseases. Beware of substitutes.
Use this standard remuedy. Price
per large'bottle, $1.00. For sale by
State of South Carolina/
County of Pickens, ',
Notice is hereby given that we
the( unidersignied will apply13 to J.
M. Stewart, Clerk of Court for
P'ickens county, for a charter in
co~rporalting Elat Rock church in
Pickens counlity, 30 dlays9 from this
(late, ini accordance with the laws
of this State. This 18th (lay of
Autgusit, 1 896, signed
iM. C. Owens, J1. W. Fowler, F.
Bagwell, W. J. Ilopkmns,J. G.Fowl
or, J1. .E. SmithI, M. D). Cothran,
WV. S. Smith, W. 0. P'rater, C. B.
. Ropeir, A. M. Young, M . Barkley,
J. 110 Roper. J1. A. Boggs, commit
tee fo F'lat liock churiich.
State of South Carolina,
County of Picken1s.
By33 virituo of a dlecretal ordem
made ini the abovo stated case b)
lIton. D). A. TPownsend prosidinh
.Judge, (daited 17th (lay July, 1896
n)ot ice is hereby~3 given to all th<
ereditors of thme estate of Janmoi
F. Lamy (deceased that they mnus
provoe the amunmt, (late aind ranl
of thoiir respective climis oni or b'
the 15th (lay of September next
before mec or he barred from par
tici pat ing ini the funds of said es.
tale. This .1st day August A. D.
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
It will pay you to visit this
store when in Gr'eenvile.
say it is the CIIEAPEST
PLACIE in town.
A. J. JON ES,
Agent Standard PTter bns.
1'it.iIll( I JlKSTY,
-'Physician and Surgeon,
(Offlee at Is residence .'Jaini Street.
AMarch 8, 1894
Tho appointnents s
Circuit for 1896 are as
Proaching on first
11 a. in., at Twelvo Mil.
p. in., at Gap Hill.
Socond Sabbath, Piok1
a. mn., and 7 p. in; Betl. .. . .,
3:30 p. n1.
Third Sabbath, Rubmahii It 11
a. in; Fair Viow at 3:80 p. in.
Fourth Sabbath, Daeusville at;
11 a. in; Tabor at 3:30 p. in.
W. M. HLAmi)KN, P. C.
'1h0 following uceti(,n;gs were afloiliteil
for candidates for tile Legisla tire anl
tihe various county ofile's viz: Eniev,
Augusit 18th; Contral, Angust. 1 19tb; A1il(
Creek, A ugist 20th; ''able M 1o1tain,
Augusti 21.t; PlickeiisC. II.. Augu4t 22uI.
Tie county. campaign will bo()
onlivonod this year by music f'romu
a firs't-class brass band. Prof. Julo
Parsons will load.
I hereby annoinnce myself t canlidate
for Cologress frotul the i 1irtl Conigres-ion
a4 iis.rict., silbject to the alction1 of the
* W. 1). WIDEMAN.
T annonien Inyself ats1 a ealdihatte fir elve
tioln to the lift.y-Ififtll Congress frain'i the :W
S ith Caroli , I )ist.riet., sib1ject tll tihle
voters of tle I)emocrati Iriiary.
A. C. LA'T1I EU.
HON. J1. WV. ISO)WIN, of Anch-r''.'ont
counlity, is hiereiby an11 nonniiesas a intl14iste
for Congress froiln the :hi vongrecssitillal Ik
trict, sublject, t o the( prinmary ch4.-t inn.
The niany frientis if JosiiHji I,. h' I:TT
hereby ann11ounce hirni as. a it didate forl
Congress, sbihject to the voters of lihe :;il
congressional <listrict ill tihe jpinntr vlv -
'ITe miy friends 4of FE'il) W II,I A NI N
hereby aninottn4e4 lijit aIs at ennliliaite fC1r'
re-election to the 11ouse of lepresentatie
subject to the voters in the primary vl-c
The many frienits of Wmir. A. I A il II UTN
hereby announce him ats a4 eanitiate for t he
t1011 (if itepreselitaive, iilject t.4 tlie
voters inl the primary election. *N
At the solicitatiot of many frienids, I
hereby annoutince myself a cnlibat filr
thle Ilottse of Riepresentatives, sitIjtect to
th(, voters in the primary election.
I'lhe 11111Y friends of W. G. MA'IU'IIN
hereby annouince hi isit as a ntiilte fir It h
.1louse of letresenttives,s1hjectto thie vo
ters in the primary election.
The many friends of C. IT. CAUlPEN-.
Tit ' hereby ainnounce ill as.i a ca15 l i idIlI.
for the IHoluse of Representatives, 14ubjit
to thte voters in theit priniary eleitioii.
GE0110E It. PRINCE, of Anlersn, S.
C., hereby illiloulces hiliself as I cadi
.ate for S.olicitor of th14e eighth illit, subh
ject to the Voters ill the tlilnOato iii im
ary election. I
I herebly annouince mysemlf its aenuiat
for re-election to th.ei otlice iif Soliitoi'jr of
the 8th juilicial circuit of South Caroiitn,
sublject to the act.ioln of thle etniorerativ
party in the primary election.
County Superintendent, of Eiluentionl.
lel( nmnny friends of DIR. JO)lN 'M.
CRIIENSIIAW hereby amince him as a
eandidate for County Sulevrinitemi-iiit. of
Eluentiol, siiject to t.ie vote.rs ini lie pri
The many friends oi W. W. F. ll INGl IT
hereby anlloile m ais a ctuiliati for
lie oflice of County Stlerilit intilit, of Ed
tIenltion, siIject to the voters inl thes priita
TIhie Snany friends (of D)1. ,J. II. u IlLEN'
hereby a141noutnee him11 as a enniditit fior
the40 4)tliee of County Suplerintellent iof lEul
ucatlin, subject to the voters ini thes prlinm1
The many13 friends oIf WAl Ii EN 1).
J1ON ES hlerebly ann~ouncie him a4s a i'amli
date for C .ooner (If P'ickenoit y li~, sub1 jet'o
to) the v'oters inl tile primlar'y I ec4tionl.
The miany frietnds of WV. S. P'A IISO)NS
hierebyl3 anlottnee 14im1 a4s a i'ntlilate for' rei
electionl to the otice of Coroneor oif I 'iikells
couni Ity, sithject to the v'oters its thie pinntryl'3
Theii nlany3 friends of MAT1"'1IliW HI IN
DI)l CK heey(non8 hiur.13 itu~llO114 as as entiii
<114te for Su perivisor (of P'ickens45 countiliy, subl
j ect to the voters in the pr1illury elec1ition.
Thei( n14any3 fr'iends oIf 1. 1". L A)r )I *EI
thes oiliiet oif SupesrvIior oIf P t ickens rottnt v,
siliject to the4. voters iln th114 pr1intaryl (l'4e
The many113 friends oIf O. P'. icii r'
spietflly' anno1inee4' hl44 115 a4 cicl~liciati fill
Coiinty Supiervisor, subhject to4 te voiter ini l
thle piinn 14ry3 election44.
, The inanyl friienils '-if 1 (lli)i; ST'' ''ICW
Al'T hierebyv announci11e ian a4s ai dichttelii~4i
for thie oflice (If Cunt iy Supevisor~ 11,, subjecti'1
to4 the voters inl the45 priinarly (seit iion.1.
The 414n1ny friends (if ,11E088E10 1. I 1055
oIiieu of County11.3 Super~1visor'1, silijiit. toi t1he
voters in1 tile prianary 114 elcion.
TIhe manily friends (If ,1 OIIN WV. Ti' I 1..
AS,1i of tIrastto Tiownship,454~ 441t3 lin-rebyi 4an
no1'u'ne h'iniasa 5ticia(te to the nire of li
thiff o141if Phien slibount tubect ~'toi the
thet11rl1in the priionay lecio.
The leler'o Piken Courtyrsec ul
annoneeJ III.G filei)A NI Mi. .1. as. aSTan
of lat e for e- ectio (Itoi he 44 ijlice 14 h if of1ii
theipriary lecition.Iid~iS .44 ~~
11Th many~ If ie el W3it 1.' . POI)ii,
thee of lerk (of Sher, 5jsuecti eiu voter in
iltle Ipriar~y electin.I
Th mn fre iJ o 3A.. . I(4 T I IC-.
'To the voters (If ic(kens5 coitty, I here
by aantonnee414 mysel45f a1 4:andiichlltt forl th In if
11(ee ofCrf Cut Corit,i'r subjct, to he. vo r
trin the irIy lecitio.
.1. hA IVEY JonNE A.I Iieou'sso11.
To he ter'i's of i.ken' sI louty )W hEN
bl~ry a oeti' Itys4elf a 4candit for l ihe f..
tie~ of Count(if Treasurer.'1i'44 sujc ~i'(to 4'ti,ya:
511ter (i th s pritnary elcion.11li'~14r'41
'1141 44413'fienlst~JN. . CunwrLlox.
hnonce htlimslf It as 1 anidamtelii fir fo' Iihe
(1I11ee of Tr'ueausrerit of Picikents coun41ty3, subl
jet the votislers ii he rimar c'ltiion.~
hesrebiy announcei~i~ im 4;~ as ai handto for 's
tlh(5('l1 of1 1.4iTeaiure oif ~iickens county444i~sl,
subijesct to the( vo)ters' in the pr4ituary4' ele
The( 114ny frei of W.i'i'j 411SN1.L3TO
hereby14, iii announce1 him0 as a1!l I entlii l for ihe
olc of Treasur(iferil of43 Pikens outy,! sub-j(('
jectlt he vors1th pr11imarl5(yletin.
We, l e fr i3 iii 44 f J.11(4 144.Yonbod
herebyannouca.hi as aidto fIor re
Fillon 'oth Cllilty ofCountyr Traurr
tion(.r itil *11i143 VoT('1Iiis.
To thle Votii/ res 44f Pi.k1ns County:)E I4-r
pial reasons14'i hiii5 i h tb w'ithdrawit( far a enn
didat0 (fr C~ounty StoIrnt444 iJent 1(f itsu
t'othei' Intr in4( the~~r pimarelt.in
veare opeiniitg u1p the best line of
ILadies and Mtenl's I Ints.
Tinl ware, (Ilassware, Crockery,
IIar--ness and Hardware,
ELver solown inl Pickens.
are bought. to sell, and we
mnvIto you all to comle.
cl c. 1111'CE1.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
R. C. MARKLEY.
And Every \'ricty of 1 ine Carriages, I uis,'s Carts,
and I larness, Ii Iardware, Paints, 0ils
Greenville Coach Factory.
G W. SIRPINE, Suporintondont.
'NE W SHOE STORE .
MiLLER~a & CRWUKSHANkS
WVith a nlew and w~ell selec'ted stock of'
Laiecd and Gentlemen's F'ine Shoe's a spec'ialt v.
Isetceiv ing good"s evr day dIV irct fr . iomn the kietones''.
L/Shoes INeat, CJomforitable anid asi"ting.
No. 105 N. M AIN ST RE ET, Creenville, S.-C.
Woaro manking adicoitions~ to ourl ourI'1) immentsf' sf.nck dilyI), anid
when( yout need'( now, choiff IZroodsI, kindly dr(Iop ini and1 'lt us shiow~ you
throu ~tgh ou II 's I 1oek. WI soll th L 'Ivry be0st1, goolds th ountryII IL' afifords,
and oflor 11(hom.1 f i atremakably closo pi cos.
Westfield and~ Hellams,
Near' thm Courit HI ouse'.
Some Special Bargains.
Al ImyU summer Il ~'ess''$ goodi ait co1st. I *.*.. ..S 4L'1d S
All O)xford' at; cost. .~
I donlI't pr'Iietn to) 5ay [ ailay sfell
.OOds: I1-Cost bult at the. ('nd of tif IL - II' 1ea- I.IH~
on~ I ait illinig to sl'fl thalit. wauy I o elenn
[gains for you.l'rfocs fA rsta
'200 maflte s for' 10 bst ap iegari, LE
4 yeari hi~f 1540, goofd fobacco0 200 Ivir ib.. nSpcd e~itnns
9,goodl oigars~ ff10, a~'.i goodlf pair of in-LASi ~c~~o ooa'8.olefl
ilhlO shoeifS. f'ither'I 01'ol rrepobbleegn
fr70c, pf'tpe(r 100, Spitff 10c, gi ngeru 10c. hniee
IL la, LI n l mt n ti1how I ge'tt ihe"se good.;', vou ED nCimsion oAcfC
feet litleo. A beaui itifuil linef of buflies -
hire.-s goods in great vartiety, fr'om 5f to'P eGra
S I per' y'nr'd. ritno liine ff Ladies0 tinnn-i
N'1 lul s loo1k it t hemi. II inl liine of shno s i veu~ a'.
ilii j -aniis. I will save .vou mioiiey. Afe ii
frl' i'oin KIng, Ituth and1( Elmio stovews.bfhetercrSCtliVPP
11101avey u mne on(111 wihevr eheem.- oah4,Ott
T. 0. HAR RIS. mth-navne1ayla. dam
ES PThINGilver forces fPrca
.LEADS in Ik~i~ .mPnin anco nnpyok e~rs
LED i pehlDeatmns
EASLEY S. C.
IA7TV G OODS
Just arrived and (hcap. Come
and see them.
AiPThoso wlo owe me will please
como and pay vithout further delay
A. G. WYATT,
oct3tt C . Easley, S. C.
Summer Coods Displacing
Coods of Spring.
McAlister & Beattie,
Dry Coods, Carpets, Mat
tingS, Oil Cloths, Cor
nice Poles and Win
Ou' 1low Irices leep good1s nioving. We
bu hil p, we Sell Iheap.
On every Tuesiav,'l Inrsday r nd Satur
<bay w rIveeive new gootis. tierefore ,all
6 o1 il0d oil orshelves are reliabl in style,
as well as <iti:lilv, and always at' the
I .atest I .taweC I I iees.
Now La w:,, lAin amd coloredl, ,just re
QivedI. luch tuner usiutal valie.
1.)000 large 'ITowcls, .IL 10 cenits, well
wor tlh 15cnt.
L c.e e rtaiin< (. e miltZ:hil $1.00. Poles
A II, I hoi I t %n t t122. A v inis,
1 (e1e itligo litu ldicoes at 44 cents,
I :uli a 'o rset Waists, at .$ , regula r
We e k . i hi rhiy," i le best Corset
hi Atnoerie :t a:t 50 ' cen!-ts.
Whill :n Navy) Dluk . at 10 ceitas.
S i hi l.a wna, tL .1 cen s.
is Diiyel. figuried, verv dlai ti, at
1 in i.yh in Ne 1 Y or k a t 15 eent'I s.
Chuek Nailo kili (litiiteul) :I,. 5 e nts.
Ta b]e L ('lih i h i week) IS cents.
(uoI assforlmeiLt of 'rochal, Raile.
J1114, Cre-4qIns, Deimls an1d thle ital11t
401111 s fil' l. e JI jI ose.IM C
I lle)1 e1'(-IC l e t 3*011o U I Ia iMn3r (hegg
fi oll iiel L vahillii
Dry Coods and Carpets.
Tvlrphione No. 87.
I'. S.I )hterick I'atterns.
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
WE OFFER .
HIOM~E AND FARM is a1 ii-paigo atgri..
ilu ra, lloralI unie by~ farmiers for. farm..
A not1 . Jane, is unequtialledI. Its Chiildren's
is entiiiriaining atai inistructive.
Ih-new v ai.w anid geL Ihis great agricu ltur
In order that you may grow
Wer recommenl~ld for your con
siderationi the use of COTTON
SImll) ME1'A.1L, wvith Acid Phios
ilihate or D issolved lBono. TI~his
Cheapest and Best
Fertilizer oni the market.
CallI and see us and got our
1)rices~ hofore buy ing elsewhere.
Cotton Oil Co.,
feb13itf Creenville, S. C.
A1 wo i rk gularanti .111d.
WVoul be p leased toi serve youl~.
Oreenivillo, S. C.
Olliei ovr iilruc~e & l)Ilter' D~rug Store.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
J1!'1 i tASK ILL, wIg.thoutL 1000
poundshlI and1 willI serve nutres at Pickensi for?
.8$10 for a rlft
T H1 I M i PiCTr, is four yeoars o)bl, weigha
a xl,ii 0 poillid ala11k411 w ill serv 0 navwes alt
Goulinugs (Creiek farm fori $1; for a colt.
C. L. Holline-sworth.
Dii. 5, 1895.
Just Received !
A large lot. of mien and boy's
I keep'j a full line of
IIA O:N 1CSS, COLLiARS8,
*0"I-143 ayesh for hiiides, waxC antd tail
Sucessor' to (lower & (Goodlett.
IiP2 NIainm St reet, Greevil le, S. C.
I have ( a fhue lot (of
on hand which I am11 ielling at
"Rock Bottom" Figures.
P,,jj ihies and lieeswvax wvIll he taken
in pymient, for Ilthe1r. Cll and( ac0 my
Jweli C(Iniplled Ianneoty.