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The People's Journal.
T. V. RO INSON, Idito t -
W. 0. IIKSTICl, 'ublilrhar.
dLIst11D EVERY 'HRSDAY.
Subscription One Dollr a Year
Entere(d at the Post OBico at Pickens as
'JltSlY,)A1 NOV. Ui, 1897.
TI<F O. 1.98 SCORE ANOTHER
Columbia, S. C., Nov.5.-Anoth
or rap ! That is what the dispen
sary peoplo received today in its
arusado against the original pack
ago stor(. Unless the General
Assembly interferes with the pros
ent situlatiIJn the 0. P.'a will have
six months of legal license, and
they SeCm to be masters of the sit
uation until the Gonoral Assembly
insets. W1hon the State lost the
Bamborg case appeal papers wore
prompt ly gotten tiup, and a caso
carried to the Court of Appeals
nOW iii 5' 5Sion in Richmond. It
was all very well to try and get a
proipt. anw final decision in this
case, but. for good reason there
will likely ho no argument of the
case for months to come, and very
likely by the time the Court. moots
again thne Goneral Assembly will
litte lanuiged the situation.
Todny Attorney General Barbor
telegraplhid Governor Ellerbo that
the original package case would
not come ip at this term of court
for the reason that the counsel for
the other aide would not consent
to tho immediate hearing. There
scoms to he a rule of the court that
cases cannot be given prompt hear
ings unleis it is by consent of
counsel for both aides. By the re
fusall to permit the case to come to
immediate trial the original pack
ago people rote in their present po
sition in the fight, and Judge
Simonton's decision stands as the
highest authority. This is all the
original package people want. In
the maanwhilo the profits of the
dispensary are going r itmering,
and hack profits are Ihmog realized
and converted into cash to make a
good show for the dispensary.
It will be seon what. a consi(lera
ble brenthing spell the original
package p"ipl( have obt ained when
it is stated that the Court of A p
peals does in,t meet. again mittil
next A pril. By that timo it will
be too Into foir the Court to act
upon the situiation exactly as it
now stanls, as the chances and in.
dications arm emphatically in favor
of a consi<b,rable change of the
status by th" General Assemhly,
Governor Ellerbe did not oaro to
discuss the situation at all today.
He was talking about the profit
feature. and said that he thought
that if the dispensary (lid not
make any profit at all it would
likely he more satisfactory to the
It is to ho nlotedl that there is a
p)retty general request from all
over the State for lower taxes.
and, while the profit will from now
0on go to the school fund, the mu.
mucipaliti"i will want them some
liquor money, and tho taxpayer'
genorally would like to have a lit
tie rovenu" hv which their taxei
may 1.e reduendi.
wait to or can do und(er the proa
ont state of aiffairs is a p)ur.zle. I
was the hope of the State authori
ties to hiave' t he case decidedl i
time for the legislatuire to take ini
telligent action at its noxt sossior
but the at'orneys for theoorigina
package peop)le defonftedl ihe obtject
Senator Tillman will be hears
from at the next soissioni of Con'
gross and( shuoui his bill beome
law, then the State could con)tr(
the whuiskey huininess. A t present
however, Jud(ge Simon ton is run
ning the buiness,t. and the liquor
dealers from abrioad are reapini
a bountiful harvest. G overn men
by injunction is the order of thb
Thle Eastatue Tfownship Sin1ginj
Aesociation muet with Shady Grov<
Baptist chiureh the fourth Sunda:
in October. The presidenIt beinj
absent, Rtev. 11. F. Murphree do
livered andl oxcellent sermon to
large congregation, after whil
one hour was taken for refresh.
mients. In the afternoon all rm.
assembled in the church and the
conductor, Prof. J. L. N4urphroo
sang 80 mmnutes; and thent A. TI
Wiachestor took charge of the
class for 15 minutes, followed b)y T
HI. Stewart. Prof. J. L. Murphrec
sang the closing song and the As.
sociation adjourned to meet with
Mountain Grove church. Tfhe
time will be published later on.
A. T. Winchester,
Between Pickens and Mile Creek
church, a buggy robe, worth about
$3.00, nearly new; and of dark
and light red color. It was lost
on the afternoon of 27th ult. The
finder will be rewarded by return
ing same~ to mnc. WV. M. Harden,
Pickens, S. C.
-Su bscribe for Taxe JpUJRNA1.j
STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PIcKrENe.
In Common Pleas.
In pursuance of Deoretal orders
made in the following stated oases
and on file in the Clork'a olfico for
Pickens county, I will sell the fol
lowing described lands in the
several oases named on
Salesday in December,
next., at Pickens court house, dur
ing the legal hours for sale to-wit:
Emps. Freoman, et. al.,
W. B. Freeman, et. al.
Tract No. 1.
Containing thirty-seven and one
half (314) acres more or less, in
the county and State aforesaid,
adjoining tract No. 2 and 8, Thos.
Looper, J. H. Brown and others.
Tract No. 2.
Containing thirty (30) acres more
or less, adjoining tracts Nos. 3, 7
and 8 and J. H. Bowen and oth
Tract No. 8.
Containing thirty-six and one
half (163) acres more or less, ad
joining tracts Nos. 2, 4,.5 and 7
and J. H. Bowen.
Tract No. 4.
Containing forty-four (44) acres
more or less, adjoining tracts Nos.
B and 5 and the Hamburg road.
Tract No. 5.
Containing fortf-one and ono
half (413) acres more or less, ad
joining tracts Nos. 3 4 and 6 and
the Pace land.
Tract No. 6.
Containing forty-nine and one
half (493) acres more or less. Ad
joining tracts Nos. 5 and 7, Ken
nemoro land the Pace land.
Tract No. 7
Containing thirt.y-ono (31) acro
more or loss, Adjoining tracts
Nos. 2 6 and 8.
Tract. No. 8.
Containing thirty-throe and ons
fourth (334) acres more or less
Adjoining tracts Nos. 1 2 and 7.
Thzese lands are sold for parti
tition among the heirs at law of
James G. Freeman, decoased, in
Easley Townshi p. 'crims one-third
years time with intorost from day
of sale, Secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of th<
Purchasers to pay for all papors
and for recording the same.
Plate of all the lands on file ini
the Clerk's office and will be exhi.
bited on day of sale.
Also all that piece parcel or
tract of land in the couity of Pick
ens and Stato of South Carolin
on Mile Creek waters of Keowe
River. Adjoining b~ nds of A. I
Alexander, John P. A lexander, W
E. Alexander and ot hors contait
ing~ sixt.y (60) acres more or lesi
in 1 [nrricanie TVownshi p. Sold fe
T1'rmis are half cash on day<
male the balance on a credit<
twelve months, with intI%st froi
day of sale, secured by a bond
the purchaser and a mnortgags
Purchhser to pay f'nr paplot
and for vecording the saum.
Jne B. Jones, ot. al.,)
Lj. Jones, ot. al.
il1l that cortain plieco parcol<
ct of haId lying, being situat
:ho count.y and State aforosai
on head waters of Town Creol
waters of Twelve MIile Riveri
Dacusvi lie Townsh ip, boumled I
-lands ot B. L. Hlendricks, J. I
a Smith, .. II. Amle,r and1( other
- conteininig two hundaud ain) si:
teen (216) aes more or less.
Tesrmis ono-thIiirdl cash, the ha
a nco ini oneC aind two years wit
leave to the pu11relhtsor to an!)tie
p1lato p)aymlent, withI i mtorast fro
day of sale, secnred by the bor
of t he purchaser and a mnortgni
of the premiises.
Pqrch amer to pay for papers aii
,for recording thj fdfm)e.
r Clor~ k. of Court.
t Th le bluadueier wna even t.a for one( pit
adas senchb It is no.t Ilih!e lo aniy for]
4f Ilsense e~xcepjt byv oneit of t u~ I) wayj~
Th~Ie lirst way vIs fromi imefh tnti on Ii <1,1
the kliiys. T1he seconiid wvav lrI
can Ies,i Ilaeal g rent~ ijelnt of o'thIer dlinen
iieys lis thle (chief eiinlse 4f hhuier tr.. oidde:
So t. e,h omb. like the bhabler(.i wa.s Oen
itPed f(or ci .c p)opow4, awld if lnot dloet4me
too much Iis) not 110. bb'il 4) wVenlke, 1).
d (iElase. e.xert') ini rn re eni,e,a. 1(. It i itia
-14 ed back of and very cls to. the11 bl ilIea
therefort, any p-ii. hji.ease or loov
Sbhubier tar Itrinar pa4.hg.. Is ofte b
, IsIta1ke', at trnibued to female. w4Illeakne
or~ 4l wom troulei of some1~ so'ITe e.i
ror Is eeiily maude~ siu li3 may b as entsll
avoidled. i'To 11h14 ot correntO Ir. set yor1
nrino I's de for It w--nty-fr-r houris; y sed
mientt or Set thing Indientes klitne or bha
deor t rouble, The mild Ia i th exti roX 1
Root, the~ gr.eat kIine andt bladder remli
dl A itoon rlize. If you naced a meod
eine you1 shoutild have Ihie best. At dlrIt
gliat fifty ceitte and( cite dollar, You ma
ha1ve aI sample~h t.cttle andc pamlphlet, bot
sentl free by mall. MentIon Tiux Pai
PLIE'S JOURNAJ tL( nd sen your addr.ess t
Dr. Kilmter & Co., Blnghamroin, N. 1
Thme propricters of this pape~r glmaranlte
the genuIinenen5 of this alte.
Every day srnhn h eifo g
uentphyleias t Impur.e blood Je the
use of the mihority of our disease.
fieave yareaothistheory ws needt
Btters. The man regnrkb1 Aure ffw0et '
by this famous old houseod remedy are
sufflcient to prove that the theory is correct.
Browns Iron Dtumi Is .ola bA .33 dese...
STATIi OF SOUTH AfROLINA,
OOUNTY,OF PIOKENS. f
In the Court of Comiion 'lons.
Neow ton Oats, et. al., P'laintiffev,
Rtufs C. Roper, et. al, Defendaunty.
Complaint for Pa titon a" 1 ale of Real
By virtue of a decretal order made by
the Ilotonrble 0. W. litchatnan, presidr
lng .t4,i4dge. on the 27th o'f October, 1897,
in t bI 6'bove stated ease, I will sell to the
hilgh"t hblier at I'iekenis Court sline.
South C.ttolln, oil Mondla3', the 6th day
of December, 1897, during the legal hours
of sale, for oue-third 1ash and the other
t wo-thirds in eqal annutal instaltnonts
With inlterest. fromh day' of saua, secured by
t h bond t'f the pnrchaser and a mortgave
of the premlises sold with leave to antiel
p a1e paymn( tt, the following deurribed
lIn(1s, btlontinig to the eatate of ifin
amid Milary. (nt's, dece tcd, l%itng in the
State and Conity aforesaid, within and
uear the town of E:asly, to-wit.
Lot Number One-Contalning 29 310
acres, adjoining lots No. 2 and 11, and
lands of A. G. Wyatt, A. W. Eniger, I1.
C. Johnson and oIthers. .on Table lock
street and I'iekesvlle road.
Lot N mnber Two-Cootaining 23 acres.
adjoining lots 1, 3 and 11, attdjoliing
lands of A. 0. Wyatt and others and an
extelbion of ''able Rock street.
Lot Ntumber Three-Contnining 30%
acren. ttdjoiin lot'; Nos. 2, 4. 9, 10, 11
id 12. :tntd atjo ning l:t.td+ of Aloo
1'o!ger andl othe- s.
Lot. N-imher Four-Containing 261
acrteg, :alj-.ining lot 14 Non. 3,5, 1) and hauds
of E>t-le Itus-tll d1141 otht'rs.
Lot Ntuber -'ive-(Conta'n 311-6
ae '-, itij .iui.g lo'. N wo . -1. ( ant 8 ltnd
balttl of l'asly .autd P,ethl nt, roa,l.
.ot N linher,t"t SI\ ('mniltiinltg 2 -l% neres,
at'ji.i .ii g h s N o. , 7 at.d l .d . of A.
(. V'.nti. andi others and I::toley and
1'itd'nltt, t rtrnd
ILot Number Seven - ('ootaining 16 7.10
aeres, a,lj:ining It ts No:. 6 a. I inds of
A. 0. WV. ttt 11rs. 31.tryp Briggs andi
others onl 1S.isley wi1 I'ir'imio tt ro:l.
1.ot NIutnher 1.i"ht-Containg 46g%
nert"F, adjoinin g lo's No.;. 3, 7, 9, lands of
Ao.yatt. 1r y.3ly ilri~xs and oth
('r-, (in Easley anlt i'i lmntt t road.
I,ot. Niner Nltin-Cne t.ntniniig 24 2-3
lt., :,jt ini ng< 1.i: No . 8, l :in, 3 . atd
i t d.< tl.: "fl:1 i1' h . A. W, ,'., B iggs and
l,nt Nl1her'i' Teu-Cootaini g 3-1%nerts,
adlj.initg I.t.s \ ;i. 1, 11 : }I haud, of
.\. W. ''i . ,W '.\ Ne il au( a thers.
,ot, Nrtlnher ICleveu-(Cout.tiuhtng282-5
a er e , .j1.inin . I.-i".t Not. i 2.i, Itn 12.
tht t gra ve- a.,41 l . t, j. j inltr ladisi . of
itlehan L.ilartf 1. A. Neal, A. G.
W1'nt e ii rl orI h.rs.41e to (it 114
1toi':tt Ituia. o th i1t tIr'ktulel n
.. M. 111 i RT.
Cl.iek of t'nrt.
T1'AI AfT OP' 11i i, cA OI 1NA,
COtunty of I'iekenis.
liv .1. It. Ne wh,ery, 1I''lure", P'tobate
W herens, J. R lin Irdine iatlle stilt to
me, to grtahh lit hu.vitenaa of A1dninistran
tion of the Estatte of and t'11iets of J. T.
These are TI'I.erefotre to ite and all
moui.h all I.d silar the kin trtel at
'rediltor- of timt -aidl .1. TI. llurdine,. de.
('cn-ed. t hat tw hy I.e n1141 appe(ar" before
tne, hli the ('ourtt of I'r"ohnte. to he hlvd
at Piekens ('otnt ilouae, S. C., on iht
26th day of Nov. 189,7 uext, atfter pubii.
ca tioo ht reo, it 11 2'elock in the fore
.noon, tA ilp-1 t'nt., if any the"y haver
why the naidl Athillinli-tratIonl N0t-uld Ilot
,'iven itt -'r t lyltnl, this 4t.h dato
f. 1 7 the.. 1.r e , f -
[ sct1 97,l. .Nxu.n.,.P .C
novi i w -
They w2r4il41:e'yll bosh ha. woie and fal
coanvinceai . It t alo kep a11 nic WIl'linei ofi )rng .
or aleo ru ai ,i ey f n C c a g
I hrll' the t'i ne and~:I at~ reasnabl ri(4gl'ates.
Sill tbey orsa inle and24 hoilrsIit'1 e ;
Ii 111 1)4 97yr 1.iIIgi'It' Picken, 41. C.(14
h 12 hut '}14.2 P4'*...
All$ peron who eyWareak orfal
Wee, hoke ni estitatel ins tmenein buy
theinetin anthoug bones Tharabtood fi
r tey; The yes are whaitnng-.hendor
ran ter i thken hntmn wily andor yhourd
aotb' negleted yur a nervm,hnni.o
as r are manythmiP$. \vinsm 1i,1%ir ng
nran CIprelles and Eyoare Olases o
Srnns thyrnn hlter bouh at b a lowpr
and thusl aplord a gr e r, butohaea
diastron iet oni 'ith ys 10 n1l1o buy
C, W E AR & , Dike, . ()s,
ont11 28rs 91 f A 1,i,atiN~sae
. l We'aknessiaifestai114 itef in, th lo Aof
fs,aitio and a1chig bone,. Threblodr,
i. te ry;thet tissues are wasti'h ioo ts
Jr itters tae i n 1' 1ime iwiihl. retr you&r
-A ills apply' UN., Nwhery robate
NOW FOR A
The ntmoiiere is ciarged with ec
;ricity of activity and renewed coniudence.
Irou eaus feel it in every brrath you In.
hale. You can see acennlating evideuces
>f it on every hand.
P9001 - TIMES ARE
1-'We intend to make it to for those.
whe tr.de with na this fall, by giving
them b. tter goods. at lower prilees than
they have ever been able to get hreto.
g'We are daily receiving new Goods
for every departnent of our store. Such
as hats. shoes, dry goods and clothing.
WWe have just received a ilce litie of
ladies trihntuol hats an,l sailors. All to
go at very lto prices.
t?-We keep as comploete a line of Glen.
eral Mereh:iuidi6 as cnn i t found in the
S Ou r strongiet eomination of trade
---winnere hre high graide warl, lowest.
possible prices and straight forward deal
tW"We invite our friends atd cnstom
ert to visit our sore whtenin IEawley.
SWWo are cantident that. the vahuet
we have to ot1'or %i Ill idnee you to btty.
Mi-With thanks for ymir past patro'i
age, we are
Yo'trs very respietfully,
j17-97yi. EASLEY, A. C
J. A. SHEPPARD
FANCY AN - STAPLE
" GROCERIES I"
I keep a Fresh stock always on
hand and will not ho "UNDER
I will havo a Nice Fresh Stock
in a for dlays. Call aint sue ni.
stock b)eforu buy3 ig your Fall ai.d
Nails steel ecut 2 and 24 cents
Nails, wiro 24 to 2i cents per
You will find1 me at the Quilian
old stand(, or J. H!. Mart in's old
stand( onl the orne.r.
J. A. SHEPPARD,
EASLEY, 8. V.
TiIs i what you5 w%Ant to k now. Just
whali:t yoll can do, not what someil one
uays, but tile tlggnres Ila ihe WOof.
I Will WI ,Yo~l |eayy i Shir ing at 4o.
40 in. heesthg ait 41% lhy t he bolt.
A good heavy Cotton Checoks at 41oe
by3 the bolt1.
Al is rad of Pints at 5 cta.
Good S(chool Boy .JennaI at 15iv.
Shoes from 25c. up. I h-.ve a lot of
small Nos. thiat I w Ill ,eli ait 75c. Se
cost #1.00 and as high a.as $l.35c. Your
choldeo. for 753.
I will sell unolase fromi 20e. Per gal.
iou up to 450c. Very good at 20i.
5 lb.e. gol J(iundry S)oap1 for 15e. Tfry
4 goodi tUnder,ibirt for 14S,
WatIer Ulnikets foi l0c. each.
(Good Jleai* P'anits for 50o. a pair anid
i etter onu for mtore~ money.
A good p.ah' of Boots foI 15.Abr
Hiats for noys and Men as..cheap as
aneybs.dy's. Also many othier things too
nIiumiprons $o mientioni ,11d don't fo, t I
will take chIueken., eggs, te., in eXclpiage
fol od aebf se ri )4cs. I wvill ailso pay.
1 (ic. .t biUhu for oottonu see(d.
JuLs't Tin7UlJ /
mBombent '1nd If yo'u (iWO ) m nytiwi,
vton had1 t.p.te*r come11 at ('Jon am11( p'y i t o.
I ii ill be surie It d'I y4 gr h)'y 600s
0one tol d0 11o for mp.
You,s for mIore buineess on a cash
J. H. BROWN,
mar4-97. Liberty, 8. C,
Five Ceni Cottons
ents nao lce at n4 store. You won't know
you had to soil roa that when you see how
a dollar stretehee out here. Bleet paids
3%e by the bolt. Beat.yard wide Boa Is.
hl 5ie. A aha ulp worsted all colors at
10le. A tine Cassimere for 20e. A Dongola
shoos for 75c Itnwilayeo to bring ru
your ineaanrs ndet ieAt up the family
in ahtos. I amn whacking prices en every.
tihing. The goods mnnst mhove off. lig lot
bloys~ i1 alp el n9p ohPIng, Cats Eoods, cake.
chuese ceines spt evs bl4uig $o make a
fodder, hides and alkinda of produee.
T. D. Harris.
Will be worth One Dollar
3 yardt good .Jeans with t-hrea1l and
butto ata, all for............................. 30c
3 yards School 3oy Jeans with
thrend nud buttons", tll fo........380
3 yards, b est Schoot .lioys' .Jvans
with thrend and buttons. all for......4ac
3 yairels bvst S-o.. all wool .leais
with Ihreaul - nIl buttons, all for......(lc
3 yards best 10.oz. all wool .)eans,
with thrend alnl bittons, ia 1 for......75e
3 yardat best 10-ox. all wool .leans.
with thread and bttttons, alI for......$1
Our retai price Is the same as by the
bolt. You can )Ilmy one yard of us as
cheap a a full piece.
"We are the people" on (nitoi F lan
nels. A Cracker Jack" for Se; a tip op
for 6se; as never better for 7e. worth 9; a
"Iistet" for 8e. wortlh 10I; a '-Corkr''
for 20c. warthi 15c, aan I onl tp to 20c. a
Yard. lleacheld amid U"ble;al!hledi. )on't.
Apion intehan Cheeks at. 4l and be.
Dresa 0inghutaiis 5i. A brauitiful lin'.
PI'ONE NO. 175. - - . oRN
,7T1.11 ~- a -ve
And getting the prices. We hav
and it will be greatly to your benefit t
of us now. Our goods are liked wher<
If you have not sean our stock, yo
variety of carefully selected and hand
Ml I N 2%4,
YOUl T lI]
AN ) (
in every conceivable and desirable sty
D)ryT Goods, Notions, Call
Lest WVeek's Stile was suces~sfuil
Our overloaal of stock has beent very nt
mnakinig othiersc every hour of thel<
Bargainsii this week as last.
We ate getting in Nrew Stock, too
sales of the Big JTobbing Houses Nort!!
New Law~rns, New Mitts, New~ W
Damtak. New Towels, New lUnderwve:
Taible Oil Cloth.
"A bordeen"' Plaid Shtirtinags (new~~
at 10, 12i and1( 15 cents.
Ncwv Guaze and Angora F"lanuels
22 yards 40 inich (fine) Sea Islandg&
You can simrply' (in manty line~s or
ILar anid F14ifty Cent s wvotth of goods fotr
P. S.-Bterick Paitter'ns.
Home 'Phone 93. Bell 'Phone 22
Main Street, (GREENVII,LE, S. (3.
Have nuw ready for sale tall the
Latest Styles in
Hats, Bonnets anid Caps,
For Ladles, Minqes andl Oh jlarpi.
t47"'rThey keqp OonstantLly on linna all thei
Novelties at lowest pricue.
Your patronage liolited.
Main Streeit, Greenville, 8, U,
UIO~Re1ief Cures Sick-Hleadachie,
SW euralgia, Cramps, Chiol era Morbus
Diarrhaa. &c. 25 cents for large bottle.
For sale by Freeman & Hlendricks, Pick.
ens, 8. C.
Money to Loan.
On implrovedl farm lands in sumsn of $300
and u pwards. Loans. repayable in aill 4
annual payments throttgh a period of Ilve.
years, S US enabling thec borrower to aiy
off his indebtedneus witlhotexhtaustinig his I
erep in any one year. Apply to
J. B. Rlogga, Attornoy,
c*17 W7 yl. Picketns, s,', ]
NIA~erve and Rone 01l Cutre
&13Rheumnatisma, Cuts, Sores, U1urnis
and Brulses Large bottle 25 cents.
For stale by Freeman & Ilendricks, Pick
win, . .
L MIGHTY .
619, .4& . 6v
and Fifty ~onts to you at
(good wool Rood Twilled.........10c
lI'st wool ]:e.t '1wille ..................121c
lI us woo'lO lI ve Tw ileil.............1e
I-'-t ' %ol led Twilled 16j, 20, 25, 35,
.1') aI 50e. Sold a cheatp as J4"11ns.
W(ell , I hey are ee('lt. All wool heavy
for $2.79. A good one( for 50c. a pair.
A bet-ter one for 6(1 and 7.c. ani for $1.
They can't be tounehed by complietitors.
All grads, all k inds. Cheap! Cheap!!
Did we hear you miention
Capes and Cloaks?
A gT oil cape for 5Oc. A better Cape
for 75e. Our $1 (atpe i" great. All
st.le; and plriccs in Plush, Astrochatn,
M(en's Gir.v Uuler-hirts 1:5. or 2 for
2ie, and41 oII ttlCI 'Nepliioct:al valuies'
1,alies' (raa 20e. il. All lir=t class
n otlhin? shtolhly.
14R ' 1 A I N & c: 1 -' i: s 1'It I C: I .
a i I lNVIl2. S. C.
r our Clothing.
e made every effort to bocin trade
0 p1urc"lmiae your
,Ver used and are the best to be ob
u will "he surpa sed at the extensive
onaic pattern in
(2I I)rrT-i (i-.
LE S. C.
N~s id hilliiow S11ia(1e8,
o far as~ min g sto XC i concrn'd.
inch lIe.I uye,I, anhd now every De.
to have .\Mauy 1:l a aIns yet, awl' m.e
.ly, so) Puirchas! -rs mayi) find as Good
every daiy, boht at the'CIi c lein
to) sell (iheap, chueap.
r, New~ Ndtions, Now H osiery, N'ew
st st.ye for(S ne'S su iuner Shi irts)
~infar.ts wvear) 25' 10 50~ cents.
goods' g(t he re this w1eek, One D)ol.
. Grteenville, S, C.
Gower A, Speights,
iiity Wairrehouse. 107 Laurones t
W1ould b)0 glad1 to havo our Pick- i
ne friond1s visit our Coal, W~oodl
und Lumber Yard, on C. WV. C R.
t., cornor Broad and Goorgia
Cower & Speights,
Groonvillo, S. C,
D1.J. 1'. CARtLiSLE, I)ontiPt, _4reetL
vilke, 8. C. Office over Addigut'
RI. 1RO1ERT KIRtKgEY
Physician and eur o'e".
Office at Ils reHIdonc at Kirkt
homne place, on TwUelve Mile IRiver
Marchl 8, 1894
DR. T. D. LEONARD,
All work guarantoeed
would be pleased to-serve youl
Office over Bruce & Doator'etru
'nebl19yl. iatru$ t*
C. FITZGERALD, 'g1ir foSR
J pher, Greenvill'e, 8. C. Ofte over
Addison's Drug Sore.er
All work guar:ant4.eed Co give satisfat.
To The Public.
S would respeetfiny infort the pub.
ie that Dr. . T. Weldon,ho
weil at d favorably known to the citizen
(if Pckens county, is now aseocitted
with us in th e praci ice of DInktry.
Ofie: intirt front. ro(0ms (np str)
City Nailuln 13nnk Bilock
)Its. NoMwooD & NORWOOD,
Oreenvlie g C.
11. A. MIROAN', WY. F. LSNG
G3 .AURA, W .JL81G%Ureenv"Ill,) 8. C. Pickens, 8. -7
Morgan & Blassing,me;
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pickons, C. H., 1g. C.
Practice in all the courts.
-un le ( l C i. NE i. COO1 a.
CLARK & COOPER,
MARBLE AND GRANiTE
MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCINt.i.
CLARK & COOPER,
alpr8-97y1. Greenvilie, S. C.
Fall iiil 1itr.
We are now ready to s'ipph- yot wit'h
your Ha and onnets. Our stock to
comnplete and prices reasonable.
Call and see our goods and you will te
convinced it will pay you to buy of lif.
All are earnestly iuvired. We are glid
to show our hate % herler you buy or
GREEN VILLE,S. O~
A large lot of ruten and boy's
I keep a full line of
f[A RNESS, C~OL4LS,
FI pay ensh for hides, wax and tai
.Sueessaor to Gower & Good ilt.,
IO ta 1t1eet. Gireenv'ille, 8. C.
We lhave thoem fromn *20.00 and up.
vaua. A1! lirst-class BI[CYCIEs.
Come -.i n,.tnn .n..,
(Late Exchmantge Hotel,)
C R E EN VIL LE, S.C.
L FIRST CLASS COMMERCIAL
l'ewl' Recfitted, Reofurnisahed, sandMo
Izec . AllOGuesta' Roomai Large, Light,
wvith Open Grates. Large Satnple*
Roomas on Ohle Floor. City
Railway fromi Air Line
rerms per Day, $2.00.
Gaxonox W. KrrTTLL3,Mnager.
CA??. WV. h, WVurra. Chief dia.k