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he People's Journal.
T. V. IROBINSON, Editor.;
W. U. IIECSTERCI'tblitthar.
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T1IUl1All k Y, DEC. 9, 1897.
Mr. Editor : I Pend you a few
)rsos of poet'try taken from 'T'hos.
ray's (tligy written in a country
nurch yard. As I think it good
>r us occa'onally to tear loose
:om tho never ending strife for
Ithy Inert", and think of some.
hing more relning. It realhy re
uires a let'perate effort to let
: stl the 1,'ngh afl'airs of life,
ino insttead of dividing our time,
. o., the twenty-four hours into
hree equal parts, one-third for our
isual avtcnttons, one-third for
est and slep and ono-third for
vership antd charity, as advised by
;hat noble order of A. F. M., (that
egond trnet', back to the building
>f Solenttttt's temlplo.) Mttny of
as havt to soeratci for a living
ibout twntynf hours per day, and
tumblo in rt'st Iess dreamls of hun
ger etc., ! he ba,ilance of the time,
sin1co a limied few have appro
priated t ho means, so they can do
all the ret itint, worshiping and
charity. It St'ets to me the God
of m11amm11nonl is the only ona do
voutly wtrshpe d, (except by a
veory f'ew) and c I do not hear of any
tharIty, excvpt to col logo ofliciale,
by the law gi vers 1111(1 the groat
Lrust cre'atted by them, to their
'The enrfew toills the knell (of elperting
The low ing bt.d witn)s slowly o'er the
the plonglbmn:at I.minelwvard plods his weary
And leaves the worid to daikrness ani to
lenentli tho:e r;ggedtl tlns, tint ewe-tre eis
Wlerte heaves the tnif in mn.y i luotul
Cel in his narrow cell forever baid,
The rittle f.'e-fit hers of the htin lett.sleep.
'he breezy iii! I,f himisnn-breathitng uorn,
The swallow twittering froin the straw
'The oentk's shrill einarittil, or the echoeing
No tuor'it shi,all roe helvne fronin thieir
loive'ly lhe< .
et not ainit iozj n tunek t heir unseful Itil
ThIei r hnoiniely jeoys mni ,hest iny obisetitee,
er grtnel'iieu hear with dicisdhaiiftIunl hil
Them, shoret an, ml simnelel' auttinals oef tihe poor'1
he beonst eof heralrv, the inng of iiower',
A mnil l tlea? be'auity, aell that wccealtht O're
wa'nit eli kr. thle i nov-it abe letir:
'Time pnt-hei of gh,ryi hinl lot. to tho grave.
erhapejs in tIhis negh- eedee slpot Is laid,
I'omie' heartioe p'lre'gniantw'ith celestial
anidsc tiimt the ird of entmpiro inight have
Onr wcorlod, te erstzae'y the~ living lyre,
it kirowvledege t the~ir eyes herv aphle hmge,
li vi wi thie spoeil s of tuite d11d ae'er
i'ill P'enuryc r''ensede thnoir nobile ramge,
Anmd tfroze' the twe eiaI enrrent tof thie oeul.
iil inainy. a geei Cof iCu)rest riay neee',
e dlaik , unzefathli Cn'dc caves of ocean
- boni tie hhishi uinse'en,
-t niess one the dle'set,t air,
wn'i, thait wciith daeunt
his t'els wcciuiteoodl,
Soint'eeuirinw.ven, guiiltl ess if his countr's
i' fromii th lit am ening e'reew'ds igniol
['helr ioer' wiihe- niie'er le'ar'ned to stray
eong thie ('ool e ISu est er'd vae of~) Ii fe,
1'he'y kepjt I he niieless teini' of their way'iL
are rests his lie'aie ipnie tine lapeef earth,
A. yotinth toi foritune and to famitiiieiunknow
t'r sc'ie frcw'dvm' e not.o heiIls buniibele lirti
An d mnelanchly .tk.'de himi fur he'r eew'
erge wax'ii his hliy and)? ism soul Sinci'ere
e gave imiser,c aelIlie lentad, ai tear,--'
HeI gainted freoml I leen ('twa alvlm hi
wcciseda.) it fri e'nd.
Sfuthier see'k hiis imarit., to udise'loio,
2nr draew his frai i lis fr'om tiel drea
hore thley) ali ke ini m emnbling hopei reposo,
Tho bosbma ofi his Fathler amni his God.
This is a iiec*e of poetr1y thati
or'thy of 34t Idy' - and( 1 pi ty th
;nh whlo is seo biljt in the he'at
'id heart ho cann)iot ap)prEiat
ich p)oe'try. T1'here are man)
-*hbl perr.ons wmmho are admilired by
10 great, as theoy admire the as8s
mly3 because~ 11e is a quiet anll
.:atien)t beast of buriden, that doo01
) t kick in) th harnei tt)ss9. it maittter's
uet how heavmy nor' how Ilng the.
aneil1 or hmow nii'mgro0 the fare. lBut
when he0 strikes the bridge of Al
orat (assor'mt,) that is likecned to
thie ieb of a fiamI)ished spidor and
r-yjands thoe abys of he(ll and1 ex
Cends to 111henven, his l ight hlad of
(:eis will be) at blQsing, sinIce none)
bt the lightly' loadled cfa pass
< 'or thle bridge. Will there not
Le' a tumbling at said bridge? and
. ow many roach it promaturely
from the cause of glutony on the
one hIand( and( stiIl more from star
vation) on "the other. This is the
Mohammedan theory of the route
to paradisc anid I exp)ect a very
covirect -one0 as to slim chance of
reaching the place of eteirnat joy.
Ye'e, there are two classes that
a~re suzoiding. One the class who
dio from over riding and ever
en Aftng, the other from being over
i4 iaund under fed, and volun
vnso. thev belong to that
most 'contemptable class that is
known to civilizatioa, the syco
phant who is fool enough to be
proud of being ridden by the
great. It is my opinion this is a
far worse cheracter than the hen
pecked husband and that if they
have a soul to loose, Old Harry has
his indelible brand and perfume
all over him, so he could recog
nize him at long range, even on a
dark night. It seems to me this
class are only fit to be put up on
th" roads as a target for the dogs.
They by their actions make the
great believo we all ought to be
ridden, hence the starvation as a
calming process we are subjected.
Jackson's Limbless Cotton
Can be Obtained fron J. C. May
field, Atlanta, Ga.
From the At.linta Constitution Nov. 187.
Jackeons Limbless Cotton has
created more talk throughout the
cotton growing world than all oth
er varioties combined. There has
been over five thousand people
from nearly every state in the un
ion to visit the farm of Mr. Jack
son near this city and they are
unanimous in their opinion that
it is the most wonderful and pro
ductivo cotton in the world. Not
a limb on it., it grows from 6 to 14
foet high, planted from 6 to 10 in
ches apart,rows from 3 to 4 feet
wide and has from 40 to 100 bolls,
to the stalk, so anyone can see
why it will make from 4 to 5 balos
per acre. The staple is white and
silky and much longer than com
mnon1 cotton, and brings a much
higher price, and it can be ginned
on all ordinary gins. Yesterday
at very pronllont farmer from
Mississippi said: "I have often
heard cotton was king, but I never
realized it so fully until today,
when standing in the five-acre
cotton patch on Mr. Jackson's
Every farmer that goes to see it
is impressed with the idea, not
whether he wants to buy those
ieod, but the fact he must do it to
protect himself and make a suc
3ess of raising cotton at present
prices. This cotton patch is
;uardod day and night, but every
L)ody has an invitation to come
and see this wonderful cotton.
A syndicate of Now York mon
bavo bought most of this and they
propose to plant every one of their
J. W. Smith, who is Cashier of
Pho First National Bank of Gaines
villo, Ga., has for sale some of the
Jackson Limbless Cottom Seed at
the following prices: Two hun
dred dollars par bushel, seven dol
lars per pound. Thoy also put
them up in packages of 200 select
80od to each package, at one dol
lar por package, 0 p)ackages for
$5.00, thirty-five packages for
$25.00, seven ty-five packages for
$50.00, one h undred and sixty-fivo
packages for $100.00. All seed
aro p)ut~ upl with ful1l directions for
planlting. Hie has adapted this
plan11 of distributing the 500(d, so
t,bo merchanits can ordler for their
customers or aniyoneo can make
sixty doIllars profit by Rolling 160
packages. WV ichb ach b)ox con tain
ing. 160 p)ackagoa oif seed, he pits
in 01n0 lrge photograph (of the
Jauck son cot ton patchi with niegroes
picking it, and circulars giving
the hiist.ory about this wvondorful
cotton and testi moiaols from 1.
TP. N'shit, the Commuirssioer ol
Agriculture of Georgia, and J. S
Neowman, formerly of the Agricul
tural depart meint of Ala,, now o
South Lharolina they both havin1
examtinlod thi- cotton in thu patch
All seed will 1 o delivered fro
at the abhove pri'cos, s0 send fo
what you want. at (oce, you ca1
send chock or P. 0. Ordor or leg
ist0rod letter to J1. C. Mayfield
Manager, Atlant.a, Ga.. Box 74)
Itf you r order is received a fter at
seed is sold your1 mioney will b
returned free of cost to you . Th
seed wil no it.hIe1)(( pdled out an,u
partin waninrg thie.'e need canI ge
;. tiem byi 'rdler ilig iem i irect fro0
J.C. Mayfield. lie huas araznage,
wit. Mr. Juekson's5 son to sup jerinI
t end theu packing amnd( sh iping a
Tlhiere will no donht1) he faker'
ped1 inog cot torn seed cliiminrg then
to ho Jlacksoni L,imloss Cotton, s
order at once for wh)at you want.
In 1805, Mr. Jaickson had1( onil
57 stalks, this year the crop hi
raised would birinog over on0 hiun
dred thousand dollars. So you d1
rnot have to bo rich to get a start
New is the exceplted timue, bu
somie of these seed. The firs
bale of this cot ton 50o(d on th
Atlanta market Nov . 23, for l0cts
per pound3(, the stap1le imeaseure<
one and3( one-half inches lomg. Soe
Atlanta Journal of thatdate whicl
gives a full account of thle valun
and qualit-y of the C"ottoii, certiflo<
to by export Cotten meon.
Mimoulid HEave a alnowluig.
If a man11 had a two dollar bul
pupl says an exchange, ho wouk(
look after it carefully and not Iei
him be around at night all oven
town, but if he has a boy it ms dif.
ferent. He is turned Icose at an
early age to go to the dlevil, and
then people wonder where the
army of dead boats, tramps, boms,
hobo., loafers, gamblers anid
drunkards come from, They are
germinated from our homes and
sown broadcast on) our streets and
alleys. It may be that your boy
is taking growth in that direction.
At all events the boy should be
given a showing with the bull
tftolesuaber This iove.
"If our young men and boys,'
says the Barto\v, Fla., Courier
'would make up their minds tt
put the same amount of carefu
study and thought upon agricul
ture and horticulture that thoi
would upon book-keeping, or law
or medicine, they could becom(
just as successful so far as ione
making is concerned, and at th<
same time enjoy a far groater free,
doi for the worry and trouble
which are unavoidably oncounter.
od in all the other trades or pro
fessions." The News and Cour.
ier says this holds as truo in
South Carolina as in Florida.
Our young men and boys would
do well to considor its truth.
A Now Jersey suburbanite tells
There is an editor in our little
town who just for the present wish
es he were somewhere elso. Do
siring to compliment the school
teachers of the place at d extend
the circulation of his nowspaper
among them, he wrote an elaborate
article, which is headed, ''Pension
a Lot of Our School Teachers.''
Ho thon continted in an eloquent
strain to declare that ''there are
about a dozel of the best known
teachors in our schools who, bo
caus() of their long service in the
harness should be punsioned im
modiately." Of c:>urso, the intel.
ligent compositor got in his work,
and, as the old man failed to read
his proof, he ws horrified to find
his paper declaring that there were
a lot of old school teachers in
that town Who ought, to bi*
''poisoned'' immiediately. The od"
itor informs me, with tears in hiE
eyes, that this is one of those uni.
pleasant episodes which occur to
an editor nlow and then.-Hard.
The Right Matt in the Righi
Is our County Supervisor, Mr. E
F. Looper, who earrios his head o1
his own shoulIers, and when hi
sees anything that the people real
ly n1eeds, he takes right, hold at(
putlS her throigk.
For inlst.aiiee. We hlsavo beei
coitonding for a change in thi
Greenville road limading from th
Petor's Creek settlmont., via.
Hunt's bridge, for t.h paat four o
five years, but never coul(1 got i
until Mr. ILooper catio down i
look after the intorest of our sidi
of the county, when he wis asket
to go and look over the then pond
ing change, he went, tind lie sai(
the change must he;. and sur<
enough Thursday the 25th tilt., th<
road was comlpleted. The roa<c
was graded and1(1 all bridges btili
b1y t hl oIll c ntly chiiin gang, anid is
belhove, one of the bet'i. roads, no
only in lie county. but in thi
lie not onily gave us our' road
mut had 'rectedo byv Caplt. J . N
Kng, iiear i'i. O. lien11'8 oni Falg
.da river, onei oif the b'est bidges ii
Liie up-couiltry. '1'li' bridIge is Hai(
to bo by nirly all t.hatt hiave sont
it, to b)e the 11uost, substanilI pier:
mdio br'idg,' ever b)1nit. ini thle couni
ty or liet weePii t he Coil it. iOH ; an(1
from what I can hear, Mr. Lolopa
a~ doing thle go. d work all over th
'.ounty. In 1898 this sido of thi
county' is goinig to hollow Hurrah
for Loopear. A Salutdanito.
4bNE OF TWO WArYsi
poe. iay,v leceptue~(le for t he ing
of diseae excepthV:tne o tw o'a
. ted for oneit ipuin,, taitl if not dlot
to tu nc II i s no ht Ihable Ii) wea'iknes,
tlibes cNeopt. inI p.iargcss, is otit ,a
I thefr e~l anyii p, ii li di ies or inconv
- iu i I "nan ifete in t h('tec kine st hae
f o isnhl easi'l u mite an. iima hiei a ei
- avi<e . ou - iTilu lid it' corecti. Aet vi
ine aief or ci wntu -- oil r hulii ou 'li
m eit fr etlin itit liet s khhIlu l'ae or hh
i'Ji' 'lot lt, theirea k 'id and th irrems
dv. iluitoon r ealm. Ifi yIluou e . 'n.
gisth lfiy ce t an hne dllar.'gi: You t
till ge'nulinenes's of t his oiifer.
Are different from all other
nmedicines. Each perforims
a specific duty, thus doing away with
drastic purgatives and curing by the
Mild Power T'heor y.
One Pink Pill touches the liver, re
Smoves the bile, the bile
nmoves the bowels. The
Tonic Pellet does the rest.
Wave One? Sample free at any store.
Oomplete Treatment, 23 doaes 25c,
Drowa Mt'g. Co., N. Y'. ? oeneville. Tenu.
For sale by F?reemian & HIendricks, liek
ens, d3. C. jul8yl.
UIlRelilef Cures Sick-Heartacehe
?'N kasgia, Cramps, Cholera Mo: hw
Diarrh'4a, &c. 2,5 cents for large bottle
For salk by Freemaa & Hendric ks, 1ick
en., S. 7
responds readily to proper fer.
Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal-use of fertilizers
containing at least 7% actual
Our books are free to farmers.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
J. A. SHEPPA.RI)
FANCY - AND - TkPLE
I koop a Fresh stock nlwfays on
hand and will not ho "U NDER
I will havo a Nice Fresh. Stock
in a few days. Call a v(1 see my
stock hoforo buying y( .ir Fall andl
Nails steel cut 2 and t1 coutta
Nails, Wire 21 to. 2i ct-nts per
L You I will fid rie :.t. the Quillian
01(1 standi, i.r J. I. \ Lart i n'm old
stund on '- ho corner.
J. A. SHEPPARD,
EASLEY, S. (U.
'T ht':. you now. .Jo t
saiH, hitt ihe lij-n *esi is t.he~ iWoiof.
I will sell. yo heaivy i hirtinig at '4e.
A goo se I lwea. vy Cot: on1 l heks at 40.,
uAl be,f l'iii ur. h ci a,
Good e -i l -l I bi' .Fenn ais' t 15a.
Shoe"' troJ 250. 'ir. I bne ai loIt @i
sma1lI N.r'. tihaet, I . ill .-; . t. 75e.. Sonie
cost.4 4.300 malii as high ;o i.I.35,-. Yc.u
'ich otr ' .52.
1 'ae 'L -e~Ill1mola1Ste', froem 20o. per gaI
lon up ons 45c. Very good44 -u 20e.
-- 5 lbs-~.; o4d LTociuidry ison a for1 15e.. '1'r:
A gonalt*IT ~ slh.shIirt. fir I ie.
W al W.r Bekets for 10.'. en: e'h.
Gootd .6. -:egs l':in ts for !,Ine a 1it ai an
.etter e'ni i foi- inoe unieit .
In A good5( patirI 4of j1a(J(ts (o) tl.50. A ha i
I Iat'e fie'ior ' 4 nova and A a 3hc)wLp
:tlny bodylv. Al-so ia oth:1 e r let' ings to
1- s une'ron< to mientl ion .1in dont Iforgef;
s. will ta:ke cbie kena , gg.-- *b'.. in nea g
fe-i good)is a t. --ut h pri(5s. fI i ll ho y
s i I ic. a ho 11hu3 fort Cotton sept.:i
Jusnt Th iun; /2
von ha1 Iud het ter comlle-.at . lnce' ad pay'I ii
r- I wtilIlhe sure' to dan yuncia or have sona
.y (i' one 45o ) so for mae.
It Yoi I. jor morel bai.wa'is 4)n a cast
3,J H. BRlOWN,
r4-97.Liberty, S. C.
'4 h lavea now putrchuaIshed ae New Stock 0:
.Uroceri,es, etc., and1( c'an be found a6 th<
oj Lewis Oh! Statu11.
Trhis stock consi,.t of all kuni .of Cannea
(Gcodse, CofToes, 8ttgars, Canidies,2ASaps, etc
Thley wIll be anl cheaOp. Como andl ibe
con4vin)cede. I also keep a~ nicoi linaf of Dfisge
LI VERY STABL.ES.
I also runa a Liver y, reed ande Exchanige
Stablo. Ituggies a Id hoarses ont handi te
- hIre all the time, an td at reasoniable rates.
Will buy or awap s ilbes and horse.
Yotn .a Ic.r trad(e,
B. M. DRIFFIN,
oct14 97vl~ T3i1kn,. C e
Will be worth One Dollar
3 yards gao,1 Jeans with thread amnd
ht tons, all for.......... ........... 30e 1
3 yards Schiool Boy .Jeans with I
3 ad col1o en ihthread and bulttons, :ah for............:38,
3 yards ht-eet Rchoot li,oy:' ,Ivn:i"
with thre:1- l :an< but t.on:s, all fo....... I
3 y=ards bc.st 8-oz all wol .h a
withi thrt.n<( ma l but t, <, :all f..r......(; c"
3 ycan,.,< best 1O-oz. all wo'ii .Ie'a:,
with threadl --:t buttonus, : I fo.......75s"
:3 yanls best 11)-oz. all wool .le:an,.
with threratl and bulttons, all for......$1
Our ret,al price is the same as h' the
holt. YoUt c:u haty one yard of ' us a
chueap a ai full piceIJ.
4Wc are the people'' on Canton I" Ian-1 I
nels. A (.racker Jnc" for 5e: a tip iop
for Ge; i never bet aer for 7c. woo th 9;a
"Bustet" for S. worth 10; a "'' 'rkirr"'
for '0c. %vorth 15c, antd c ogil to 20e. I
yard. Bleached anad U"'bIlea';hetl. I)ou't.
Api,n Ginuham Checks at 4 :tul 5e.
)ress Giinghamns 5e. A. be'autifual line.
PHONE NO. 175. - - - W)IN
o t14 97vl.
Dry Goods, Notions, Carpp
Last Wveek's Sale was successful s
Our overloael of stock has been very in
l)artmnent is in good Runting Trim. \
making others every hour of the <
Bargains this week as last.
We are getting in New Stock, too
sales of the Big Jobbing Houses Nort:
New Lawns, New Mitts, New \V
Damask. New Towels, New Underwe:
Table Oil Cloth.
Aberdeen'' Plail Shirtiigs (new
at 10, 123 an 15 cents.
New Guaze and AnNora Flane Ils
22 yards 40 inch (line) Sea Islaw i
Yucan simptliy (in manyi lines ol
lar aini Fifty Cont s worth oh goods to
P. S.-Buttorieck Paitternis.
H1otiie 'Thtone 93. Bell 'Thone:
NOW FOR A
-O 00 0 0
The ?Jniosphern ie is cir'ecil wiilth ee.
t t'i'ity o f ne(tiv'ity ital re'newre cothiIene.
hale. You~ ens I see aiccumi lt ing evilenues
of it Otn every hantil.
g ODD TIMES ARE
whoii nule wvithtgi jjs j thsell.h ivi.
Ihemut h It ert goo ls u I !o wer prices ih-uii
tI r.'y lae eve hii ee i aible to get: h-.rei
foir cury~ departttiinent olf our11 ClOre. Suith
a11 hast14, shoe's, .1lry good s and Icelothing.
Ig'-We havye jutst re!ceived'( a1 nhice lin' o
lb'.lies te'iminted. hats anti isailorts. A1 to
go a t veriy low plrices.
S$'PWe keep atS comptjlente a his' of G en-i
e ral Mercitarndhits an ho fortnal inl LIhe
l eonntt y,
v lYit ner are highi ginihe ware ns. lowest
p'>atsib)le pr1e1sami stranightt forwardli( eesh
irWewermitlent that. t.he v'abIleIs
we have to )lYr ui11 i iducen you to buy.
?( "WVithI thanlks for yotter patst patro''
'Y. t ur ver respect.ftlly,
j17-'97yl. IEASL~EY, S. C
If you larv~e ibhty ed buyin hg that. v inteor
dir'si, coeii tight al (3ng, the pri will noi t
prentt ai trtaile. We havie rattIledi the
shto'gsi' j;f rettyv f:ast for thes last fe'w weeksho.
Ti: it ea 't l nlis *.or' heaivy sho,e's, cono11 ini
andti ses howlV cheapij .1 .nn fft youi aill til. I
don1't ilropolse tol ei5.rryv a sintglot suiit Eli overi
.'oat thtrouglh the u inter. If you i uny511
- tig ini that. l ine for youitrse'lf orI' i43S b loy s '
-on1. A few ladii'es tritiumoeil hatst heft, at ciost.
Mens atis l~ buoys at vrv 5'heapJ. I .51ts If
ifturniture and et,oves frto~i ow unt ili thist -
'mais. I pay hig plrie'.'s for' forbler, ecorn,
htides amIl eggs.
T. D. H arris.
. ONDE Nerve and flone 011 Cures
-~ Rheumatism, Cuts, Sores, Burna
, and lruises ILarge bottle 25 cents.
SFot' sale by Freemn & .llendicks, l'ick.
n, n. .6%
md Fifty fents to you at
;oodl wool III.l( Twilled ..................1(k;
I". Wo l' I4 'Twilled. ...............12A
ic'1;. woocl I:ecl 'l'wvil(ecl........ ....15
t ' .i wroo1 1 1 'I'w ille:I1 : ;. 20. 25. 35,
41- : :! 5 lh-. S IH n, e,h* - - i. 4)
iW tll,1 1 :he r 't!-I'h--a . \V I wi !1 hem
\ l' itt r on or+t ! 'I ):n1 75.C. :it". 1 c,r St.
I'hy c-tr.'I bo Ot li-in hod 1 ' :11n "1ll r,.
\II t;r:+h-.,, :all k:intl . (.:e: )p! Ch1 : p!!.
Did we hear 11 IIII'I1 tion
Japes and Cloaks ?
A g ol (:':Ie for 50c. A better (a1pe
:c75. (l1r $l Ca.'ap i= g;re:a. All
4(IeS :Ul) prices in l'Icush, Astroelu,
Mlen's Grey ImlershirIs 1-5e. or 2 for
15c, aii fl l 11--bxce'Ip. Iio'al v l1115e'
I,:ICIic"' fr1'"11 20c. 111. A llI lir-t clas' -
It) hiug .bO<ly,
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coun anMto. MORRIS,av
it Daw. IfIyou den ( J, S.l t(X
broke lois at 4o'o.
*. Oflie ooer Addison's -
I)J. ItOH ElUT KIRKI81ty,
Physician and Ourcoon,
Office at his residence sl th lit KIrkbey
horne place, onl 'I'ncrltre Mile Ktiver.
Marcli 8, 1.894
DRl. T. D. I,EONARD.
A 11 wo.rkc gnara'nteed,
worcnllcl le Ilt Is t Servu you.
GCrtenv"ille, S. C.
Oico over 11ruce & I )tster's 1)rug Store.
C. FT'l'Z(UPlHAI..'), PIfUl'TOG RA
'er. Greenvil!e, S. U. 0111ce over
Addison's D)rllr Stt,re.
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li. A. dtt lila\, W.' F.ltLASSINOAM%H,
t irenvile s. '. Pickens, s. C.
Morgan & Blia ssingr;ame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pickens, C. If., S. C.
P'rac tit'e 'in ell the courts...
CLARK & COOPER,
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