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T: L DAY X NE' 21, 190').
STAITE CA 'AION AN) VAN
Special to The Stato.
Oingeburg, Ju'y 14.-"Tb Cdis- v
peilary. Thiat is the koynote to v
the State Democra' i camlIpaign pre. a
piatorv to th) primary election in u
August. The chief intei'est Cln
ters in th1 candidates for governor, V
who rentroseut di.feront phasos of i
Tho first ieeting at Orangeblurg
yest'erday Opned rather tamely, t
but cganii to get spicy, and it ap
pears that tLero will bo quite a deal
uf old timo "fmud-slinging" in tbis
campaign. Mr. Patterson of Barn
well mde Nicious attacks on Mr.
McSwooney; Mr. Caper and Mr.
cMaian began to warm ip; Air.
Prooker and Mr. Dorham k.howed
signs of word-scrapping, aind M1aj. I
Dlnrnard JBee Evans jui mpld on Ils
dist.-int relative, Mlr. W. D. Evans. I%
Tle candidates for Sate OfliCts r
who are pornitted to onter tho pri- It
mary are :
FVr Governor-M. B. McSwe'ui- i
ey, .1. A. Hoyt, F. B. Ga, A. 1. 11
-o- Limfena! G(v-ior-Jo1,i
T. Nen.C. l.Wnur .L
Blese J.i. TI ma. -I
F. r kUt 11r:WV' UeOrIlO---U. I',.
Ilingt.er, J:umc's .1I. i\ooe.~
For tv ul :t~c-M. R.
For at Trarr-W 1.
i~rCo p roll")r Generl ---J 1,.
D11, ham.w W. B rooker.I,
For 13pinildent of I(luca.
ti n-,. J. El'[!h, El!isol (a
For- AuItant .d luiIspec(or G::n
r, \. 1'oyd, Gorge Dor I
li~a. lleuse ie.
F(rl) lra Cowmmisioner-\\.
.If. tEv I . U n . F r uidg .e J. 1I.
h T.irry, W. D.
1ayfi.-Id, B1. i-n aJ. U, Petti
9.. 1" 1 \v
ll.. J n . l
u~*d i m j e~j~~c .6 tmlau giv
wa eiled to'mInt of th0 vic[
of the I ur the ftI goverilor ..I
on th1 a onrr a h m id
"the e the iu ti for ths
the i'itution siu~i beleman
need. 1the ropses ta o stundl80( thn
isrcod ndel tha t his rerd ii
lOrneburg ca te cham psignmy t
oug amon~go throuhngsLhefsaid :n
"hato t liora lustio ir, ithi
tions thue pSeoe haot endrse the~ dV
dinotary, wint is givng bette.ro-at
Iifation nw thano lit haslil~ evr i
done. I i Thei hrot dispensar wa
now ted as thesmearnorw
clse by ecourts, and thlt Stte
wVas flooudat with blinid tiger Ii
''He. said he~ would like for Ite
honest and :,incwero prVohib itjinits
and temperanclilo people to ask
i anoa and)( the( aldvocates of
'hg lit' 'uk are .so mainy of the il
advo'(calting proijb1iion anid then
Htop lon;; enouighi to anslwer- it. Do
yOU suip1)05 for a momeont, that
they really wiant to see 1-Cal prolu
bitionl? Tht'ir pime reahoin as
stated by thI'mnselves is to break
lowni ad loverth rowv the dispenu
is that th1ey believe prohi Ibit ion
wouli d be a faP.lure and then the~
State would adopt a liconso sy.
temn and final ly returni to the ol.
bariirooml. If not tht those whoi~
want to engage in the '.licit sale
know that thle 0)oortunities aure
illneh greater un d-r prohibition
than the di'pensar'y."'
Col. James A. Hoyt~ was not
without fr'ien~ds in the audienco.
They greceted himi wvarmly on his
nippear-ance. Col. Hoyt said the f'ol
Jowing and moro too:
"I am not here to plead my own
caiuse or to ur-ge for anyu) perrional
reasons8 that tha peoplie should eo
vato m11 to the high chica of chlief
:imagistrate of the State. It is a
call to duty that hbrings mes to thus
platfor-m, aind to the best~ of my
a~bility it is incumbal)~t for me to
represent those who are diesstis
lied with the present status of thef
liquor question). TIhat there are!
manzy thot suds who do not be
lievye in the continuance of the dis.
peusary system), whereby the Statto
is caused to be engaged in the traf
1le of whisk'ey as a, boyange ~, ha.
oition grows stronger the mor
ight thoro is thrown upon thi
also and perniciOus8 SystoW, b1
v:fieb overv citizen of the State i
nado to sharo in the fraflic.
"Talee away the profit fwaturt
md tli defonder of tho sytw)r
i'i:l grow fewer every year. Thii
3 the basis upon which it rests
md the outiro structure will fal
or lack of support. Behind thi
):oL1 lies th strength of the dis
ionra-ry in this prescint camnippign
ith its distribution. of the gais
mIoug the town and ' county gov
o man ha- yokt been found t<
rgue that tho morals of the poop 1
ro intrinsically benefitted by th<
ale of hquor. It wasi never or
;ued in tbo'daysif the Dalus the
hey improved t - morals or pro
noted the ' rightUoUsness of an)
.omimumty, anti tho mioro chanlge
if method in the sale does not and
-c:mot altor tho situation in thiE
"Pro!i;bition DeloratIre op
kUv(fd upin p)rincipl to this.- trialic
iad'or a1ly systol), 'iand I'y aro
Oil.,:, Upp)(ed( l tlhe e-,inion
eua t. bewig 11 : :.- i t , b . usi
cst, for it m:tLos I hen abareron in
10 pr fnt aginilst tlir prote(t.
ther are they roeponsible for this
. n -i- mado p< litical and the
iyof the Iast Alil t un tly slls
. A. H. Patterson said in its
I: Al tho following is oily a
. 0I (if it:
188n 3 h waIs chairan
the county prOhibitionismt in
ar-: arl t hat Ie had thn
Shw ti(: i t.y of :uh(! move
C11tinu''i he said: In thiI'
latform. .I -rohibitioniist, hulvo
lop , u dtisp)insary ide', thoy
y, ini1 they wNil I 'in"py lop -f'
le boverlage ftn-:re o t Aw
S stil . i 10t t";d(. ~ u
4. The prohihi 1 iotani ha are niot
in." flr a 1)1 1. y 1:!W
I18L th -ah- of th1y:W.e
aC l skin.1 'l i. L, I -a--a
m'o soll ligr f n a -
al, n.:dicinial atnd sacrimeIInal
rietor, camlie cut i.; i0 -1
.3 u will obsorv :at
.uof his p.per z., M ih . B.
wney, editor rud prcpric:.r
id tLhe reporters, ini defendin
overnolr McSweey, said that
Wy did not know but that he
ald have f.:vored soumethiatg gf
1m kind. Why did ho -not comfe.
t. iko a man and say czt that,
mc 4.1 am not in (avar of the dis
"Since Mr. Mc~weeney baI3me
>vornor of So ath Carolina, he has
itronizedl bh n tigers hirmself.
Hlere in the paper that makes the
iargo, an~uthe editor of it saya
la-t if he denies it that he will pro
uco the proof.'
At this point Mr. Mc~3weence
iterrupted Patterson to denmy th(
atemenit that he was a patron e
*1 S *- -
Mr. Frank B. Gary, speaker 0
bie house of represenftattives, mad
very clear and1( candid spe~ec
'ihich should be printod in full
unt Tuii JoUiiN u,. han not spaco
"I1 ami before yon as a canididtlt
'or the high anid reisponisible oille
>governior. I ou~tered tis Pr
wl1 of miy twnl motion and to grat
fy my own amibitioni, but. it w.
it the solicitaztioni anad earnost rc:
jUst of maany inembhers of the geat
'taI assinmblj and others who fo(
a deep[ inittest in the we!lfare i
th comrn I country. I have bon
urged byv manliy whoa feel th $ th
lack of enfiorcement of the dlisper
sary lauw is suarely undormin ing i
aliii '.' 'venituaIlv wreck it. The
h* .o *, d moa to' make th is rac
known me ' to be11) a real fraenil o
tiihi dlijspnIVr huv, anud behievinz
thart ni lon as thie law is uzponi Lih
statuz IO boks I woul d hav'o at e
forced. T[hey' urg~e mo-to mia k
this raco knowing,' too, that I an
nii t iav('r of :orcin(g the law ti
on sin anwilling reog'ie, izid that,
nain in; favor' cf alilowinarr each cm in
ty to deter rin0 v..h 1bhr Itr uJ
thlora 0 all be1 a di m rv in it,
It has ben ez~l o te,1 i y stater
that thme g~overnor anid I wvill re
r'osent theo same views uipon in
fienads, is ar mnistaik-,e is cuor, l
interpot his nwe'saugeto 10 en :,
si assembly. In) that message h~
urgos that the conto! or'' tI ti.
penisarios should be >n tih ana o
Staite houso officiadk. In this 'v
:l iffer. I holievo that the mfanlai
UOLnt ei the' liquor shoulId be r
I ticail intlhion)ce. Hio bolhovas thai
hie board of dirocttod shoukd l:..
:io power to place dispensaries ii
Liy counties exceipt countios a!
aud y dry, and whero over tho>
eo tit, whoether the ounties desin
(isp~lsary or not, io this vri
bffer, Sinceo theO last act of th<
nuklatur0 thno haannlt, of a 4eanan
h 10 areany, wh'ich attend a
dispnsar!, are coIflued to the
)ottoIy in1 which the dilqUsary is
locatmi. The profits of the dispon.
s!ry now go to the county.in which
it is located. Thie ijing so; it is
lmoro tlIn evor a local illtitution
lo0al in its ovjlq .andp local~'in its
"What does Col. Hoyt advocate?
A bastard.- dispensAry ylan. He
i advocatos inliintining the dispen.
- st'(s with all thoir expoi)nivo ma
Cia.. ny, with all their salaried of
i . 0. a I ll the oppo'tuhities
;.. s.- and corruption which
utly portrayed, And
> if llIfor sacranibtal
, - cientific purnosos.
oOl .h e ople of -;South
aolif.. )I s It what yon
m.? a wanit to) go doop
down -ilt - poe:ti to Uain
tain tie di. ~wsarios f Or the pir
posoi naiied? This is what mllust
be done, or oleo blii' tigers will
run riot over the laud. This '
mon.ning; offuch prohibition as
Col'. Hoyt advocates .
Not on1ly tQhis, but COl. Hoyt's
l)Oi tL is (or'ectly stahId, ho is
willing to join hands with any And
ill Cloments inl the gotieral assom
bly, whether high licceso Men or
wh..t not, to uproot the d ipottary
system regarlecs.s of what may sup.
Hon. A. C. LaLiie., Congress
man from Ih,, Thir )istrict vill
b0 oppos(l in the coming primary
by Dr . Wy'che of Newberry an'd
Hion. E.' E. Vorner, Cditor of the
'Th,e nw:vpapors hiave. lately been
silent bou IL Congressnan Latimur,
but lhe has been at work. ' Without
d icounting th claims of hia coin
petittri, 'I i JOURNAi. Will rOcall
is'nia thuing4 thaL he has done of
hcno:i? t1 his -u stituents and)l es
[,oe:d . to th i.' nimpers, and will
ah>-y sornething about his rec
rd 'd '. -Jk in viow tor him
i o a .~ n 9:. 1t to com14
nia; ' :. 1* r'oN for rural
dl ivery in 1 th- District about the
th f this n- h, will put one
k -onie in Abbeville
%'1 then put inl solid
r .iouthcrn iailroad in
c ..i id 0o-oteoti)ties south
a's \ndorson county. This
* c kl ':yor sixty carriers .t
..2: 2num, Will Lrin about
Ju,-.j '0 d ars in the District more
Liaui any iouP3r of Congress wi'll
g*t lIe hase ttn roiftes or car-.
rier.s already in the .Tietrict and
hopes in a forv years to ha'e-solid
rural delivery all over the. DisticLt.
He ha6 ai .trong pull'ii. Washi-ng
t on' now and if the D'emocrats carry
the U.ouse, will be Chairman 'of
*' .* -. tbse leaders in the House
a ~. . ii' -influence as it Itakes
rea an'd work to obtain. Ho got
$6b,000 .toa'ee on the agricultur
al bil, s'070 to buy seed for far.
more anai 9..,000 for fartners -bul.
lotini, Heo made this fight agia
a solid comniitteo roport a nd won,
Heo wot1 the fight tor Charlestoni's
dry dock in the House and did
many other acts of interest .to the
T lhe radters of I his impetr wvill be jpleis
ed' iolH'tn l Stha t tre iis at l 'st owlebend,
enr ie ini all its stages, anld I int Iis ('ata(:rrh.
1 enre~ knowna to thea mdintl'i frteni to ,
. tarrh ein g a ( ) n- lltiuaal hl .is fi
ofesiin s aiuitt i toia ean.t
Hall's, iar j. io..t' ii' ~ t o. ternlly
ture in: doingI j it. 01' . * 'ri (A I pelt )i1rs,'
:I.ig f tes ion~ i: iiiti 'r.et
Iv S , .\T OF I U : K'Ca 1: ,ilNA, Mii -
4 nIluit i .,' luinon For Debt, il
ll a.i n 'i.~ I 'i5)1 l: ~o aren IPlintfY
.. ii I n: ,t aqirte M ai
to'pait hvig eenl) m tto 3(ne1
- :h 41 tact Fsjrmi, 1 co n'. it
h Thei tie -e. to :eqirom you to ap.
- h j ' i- n,a . my ofilee, in hdbiery,
- ' i si x h~\ d (lV firom the Ser'vic
t . * n 'ions, exclusivo of thoday of
I) i .*t -1 '''ck a. m.,to ansawer to
'i~a.*hm ut, orjfridgmevnt wIll be
) jum1dwU. 01, igtri.
S izo doesn't indicate quality. B3e.
ware of counterfeit and worthless
salve offered for De\~itt's Witch
Hamal Salve, De~Vitt's 1s tha only
origioni, An infallible cure (or
elles and all skin) diseassa
Syznii 11. A. 1'c'
I1,0 tlio I illltami lbo' '.11
(jutlid to auiisir file ct1:t0);Ae it I this~
liiloll wh1ichi i.: this d*v fl.IAI iil th ffv
of the Clerk% of (Conut of Pi'! -n*u Comi ty,
fiild to i'tmvc a colly of vo-ir al)swcr to
wit-1hi1tw I 'ity (days udtoL th S ervice
he"Cof;- Cxit8ive of tile (lly of iSiich For
vice,; Wfut( if v'ot, fail to imeiwer thu COfl
1111401t with ii filie time at. re.,:uhu, tli(.
pliadiitifl ill I hIs Iw it'l wI.aill iipl.y V) the
Couirt, for Itei wllf deum~ded ki til? corn.
Ditd Msfty 8(hi. A.- D. 1900.
CAIR:Y & M('CU L1.0 I'Mr,
i'limilLiil". A~ - (t.) ieyai.
TiO th~e llE').l'osi(I('It df:laI %S
1'il. Mvin J~~ i.. i A. Jlwgt, Mf~ I-$
I'h'ii i e: M t--: I I( A -~u I. i toiy,
:111(1 ~ :11. fl.pha 11 S3 i~ii]iU~d'4II'ii
[li) oaffice of Opt luk ik of the ('00iL of
1ufor(.'said oil Mayt SO, . A. I)., )Le
Zim[1 % 0~. I'l".I 0. t AI ff \ttleys
Mitr wroy froIid 141:41 1,14 OaI fhalcIt
mv haid, 'Vh; il te SII hi olv~ of Maiy,
0:.. or pi-.% w.t:n cra i t: krqw tho
"'C'l. slw OCa tl1rOU).h b-110 terribl3
01 inthyii. slo pattU-vf' txv4which
C%,i'ea a quick. t,
zI atioa, j t L. I.. L) b e
taken at tokao. i Lc.e '--. not 4 cou
tinual expeaii3a arid1 'roiblo. Tho
The EmMient Kidney
and !eCder Specialist.
e DCeovrer 0t Swamp.Ret at Work is
His Laboratory. .y.e
There is a disease prevailing ' i this
country most dangerous because so deop
live. Many audden deaths are caed y
It-heart diseaso. pnemonia, beart failure
or sapoplexy are ofico the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed toad
vance the kidney-poIsoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by eef.
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the mew dis
covery Is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless case:, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
Green SNring Boans, 2 lbs. for
10c, 3 for 25c; Small Jiiie Pens, 2
lbs. for 10c, 3 for 25c; Swoot Corn,
2 lbs. for 10c, 3 for 25c;' Pie
Penches, 3 lbs. 15, 2 for 25c; To
matne. 3 lbs. for 10o; Red Chor
rios, 2 lbs. for 10c; St rawberries,
2 lbs. for 10c; Pink SalFmon, I lb.
for 10e; Armou's Poit.d Ham i lb
!Oe. 3 for 25c; V ienia Sausage, I
A.. 10t ; C:ari.("1 M. 1 lb. 15c; 1
'u n1. lica tO r P'ick los, 25o; Sar
tine*, 5 d 10c; Clifrnia sul
iri~ed pech~, I. n Uor I1-;Nor h1
Catrolinaot m'in r-'d A r;les, 8c pto
ptund. Your ord..
ad cof .ul-:( eyxt-' d
I~ci'-? .:;. F , C'
J 1i- lb V! food and aids
tu . strent henring and reco.n.
- i~~ oexhaustedi digestive 0?
he .clat-estdlacovered dlgest-.
"' lic. 1No other Dreparation
e n as~' u"ch It in eflieloncy. It ia
sur.~ r'eliaves and permanontly cures
Dy ap iIndIgestion, fleartburn,
Fla len', Soar Stomach, Nause
Slick hiead~Ah,Gastralgla,Cramps an
all othler results of imaporfect dlgestton.
Prics y :' I. Cng sise &etea CO. time
ntinue to buy for the next
nths your old Scrapi fron,
eto bi-ing wear you have
ve will sell from $. .6')0 to/
rel. We keep 1Bread Lea
kage and keg Soda. Cof
Sugioar, both granulzated andi
it a nice line of Suinuner /
efore they ar'e pikd over.
Ilelhe sure to see ours be
tIC to by' prodIuce and will
narket for it.
hare of your puirchases~.
Pickeuis, S. C,
nim oi Mye'Cri
a , * i ROPii
Of* -J i i
WILL MOVE PLACE OF BUSI
NESS TO COLUMBIA, 8. C.
WHAT I SAY I WIILL DO, I
1)O, D O.
Compotitors, you had as well try
to lift yourself in a basket, as to
My dosire ia to move goods, isot
to get cash, Sbrewd buyers need
io arguing. KEoh-ar2d every claiW
nade by me at this sale is just as
rosented. I 46 not. advertise
somlothing I haves'i get. I will
sell in the next thirty days, twen.
ty Pianes at factory prices; mixty.
five organs; fortyfive sewing Ia.
chines; ten head of horses; twelve .
wagons; eighty head of Gne Jersey
milch cows; twenty had of thor.
oughbred Jersey heifer calves.
The pianos will be sold at whole.
sale price for cash. $460 pianos
for $800; $350 pianos for $266; $250
piantos for *145; $85 organ for $55;
$75 organ for $45; $55 sowing ma-.
chino for $28; 45 machine for $18.
Will sell milch cows on three
months, note, and anyone buying
a milch cow from me, can pasture
next sbummer ree of charge, in the
Mayberry paeturo, six monthsl
which amounts to $9.00.
It is not so much money that I
want, as to got rid of the pianos,
organs, sewing machines, horseo,
wagons and cows, that I have ou
hand. I have rented a store in
Columbia, 8. C., and will open up a
bus iess there on January Ist t
1900. The goods I have en haud
must be sold regardless of the eosb
valuo to ine. This is no fake sale.
I have theso goods and stook on
hand, anld they will be sold.
If you have got the cash show it a
to me and yon will be surpried 9
what~ w! b'i a it pino, organ and11
sewing nachine. A chance inl a
life time to buy at whiolsale prices.
f'ianos r.t j 16.00. Think of iti
The ager t '; e iions, the deal
Or's profit, aro all taken off, and
-01 vo' th at wholesaler's profit.
Sram' onhine needles at 20 I
co dx~eue 10 cents oil at S
W8.00 Guitars for $4.60; $5.00
2 inl the sma1ll in.
-> i proportion.
whr.'tho goods are on
Grienville, S. 0.
Ai A ND RETAIL
Large dro~ve inst in from~ I
Tennes:ee, fine, young, sound
and at livinug prics.
Weo defy compej)titioni ini our!
Inspectionl of stock solicit.
-Stables anid Storehouso
River Str eet,
Sash', Dojrt, Blinds, Flooring, t
Ckeiling, and We~atherboard
ng, Mouldirg of all
kin LuTUoher and
Fu : Ed~
A' o iG i ~T fl8.
A W.'in:. M' ('yrIndor Oil at p;
Load of FAct C'.y.
Givo ne a trial 'bae bwivg
B. E- ORANDY, I
Pideas5, 0, g
QA~esw4 ~iehq ~m N.
MY M. AULDIN,
Attorney at La#.
Pickens. S. C.
Practice in all the Courta.
Office over Earle's Drug Store.
L J. HiAvwXsVOnTu, C. E. RosrvSimo,
. W. PAICKa, Picken., 5. C.
Greenville, B. V.
I1ayNe8WOrthlPathek & bimON,
.Practt4elin all Cour. Aten to al
01usj ntis prolmptiy.V
'"""i .*tse. jo .
DR. J. P. F R. LiSL.
-. . G3roeenille, 8. C.
O1ide over Alddsin-e Drug Store.
s- &. WronoAar, W - w 1,'Sua1K.
renille 5. C, - Flkgene, 8. V.
Worgan & BlassnWgame,
Pratie. ia al, 'ths courte,
apr-16-9yL . . -
D It. OlitlRT KIRK Sy
office at-hhp reslidee aIt the Kirks
notue pOnce, onl Tw olve!'ile RKNar s
Marekl 8. 1894.
J C. . FITZOERALD, PUOT'01A.
Per,.Groqnville, ft. 0O4Uee ever
addIson's Drug store.
All work gitarauteed 'o give atifae.
-Look! Ade tiaaTleme.
lavos O4ne. llughie' "Totle (now I=
roved, late t pletAanant,) taken In early
lpriu nnd Fall pretvets Chis, DenSe
Imd alari -Fevem.'Aet, on the liver,
anew up Use system. Itetr tau Qu.
lue. Gwaaneced,- -ry .l. At Drog.
we. 50c. and $1.UO lle*We.
Money to Loan.
On uiproved farpm latis i &um of $m
lad upwards. I, wss repm4. 9459 in saiasi
tn aym:enta thyoN,4O a peAod et Ave
airm, tts onabling We Otrwer 1 l
If his indebbedinose without exhausitngLi
rop in any ono year. Apply to
JIC. Iagga, Attorney,
(M7 -471. Pickeus, S. V.
Seven acre.4 of fine L.&, 1n splendtild
onditlon, Within tenl 11linutes walk of the
ourt house. A bargain to auvone wilb
n to l ILe here. Suitdblo 'or loti for
ntilin utIrposes. Tierms1 rensonauble.
k pply to Frink E. Cox,
an18tf. ~Pekens S. U
Have your lid survoyed, I am
repared with Lrrnt. class inAtru.
nents to do you A fire classi job,
md can be found A.t 'y residanol,
Ali-mander, S. 0. or reached by
' GLIUS LARSONS.
': r.:-:j.2Ait.bd n'e n Minute
e.g.- nofor my health iand life.
t. -we of lung trouble follow.
ng gn . Thou-sand ow theL
iros to' the preompt action of this
sent failing ren edy. It .opres
:coughs. colds, erconp, bronchitis
'ieumIonia, grippe and throat andi
ung~ troubl)eI. Its ear ly' use pre
'ents consumnption. It is the only
armiless.remedy that gives Imsaie
>r. G. w. Ket
.. MOVED ..
r. Ilo-lia Nortit Main
Over trade harn growva so we were
orced to wiote to get more toon,
uad kaYo idded te our large gtgek
>f Millinery, Dry Goods, NTotions,
to.. Algo fall liwe of I~die. ready
.s del Waists, in Bilkttu, La was
mnd Peronlo, fromi 45 ents to $5.00.
See na before bu ying (nd cave
0O to 25 per cout.
Our motto, "smalol profit-e andJ
lisses R~ogers & Co.,
110--112, Not th Mail) btfet,
GIEENVILLE~ 8. C
1%8EP$ McKA T,
219 M-a4i Bt'rot, Gireenv41,3 ( I
Wo have just o1,ene~d and will
ave coast-ant~ly on L'and during
be hIeasfon, all the Jatest etyles at
be lowest possiln prices.
In l~'. 0t Jnno 2ih, 1 4f3.,
C'n and after Jn tei Wth, thce fellow~
g aichedue will be run nver the Piekene
. R, for the prpose of hattling.Frieghe
'd ?Pae~oer, vIl
rae Down. Mixed Trral, Kead) Up.
4.20 &tn Lv Pleens Ar T.80 sIa
&,00 em A r Eaoeey Ly t.04 set
O. l~--Dally xcept sndsy.... ---o. 1t
an Dtw Pner servIo Rcad Up
1 pm Lr Piekens Ar 5.45 pm
1.10 pr. A r E *iey Lv 5.05 put
' ratins will dtop to take on or let .off
tfecger# at, the following ordsulage
va'nnns, Preeu.' and Maitdin's.
iDer wil be ose for She reoriving
ddelivery of Frelght hrte A. M.
IWe ill make i to oltr Inteui"
9isals owr home Vted glyklyq
ritegs4 nd.aenta 0tte M