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T. C, ROBINSON, 04164.
1ulMLisifEDI FEEY THtfnSDA'
Subscription One Dollar a Ye
Eiteroed at the Post Office at Pickens
THURSDAY, *.I'LY n, 1900.
The Rlepublicans have nomin
ted a strong ticket. They are goo
politicians and do not hesitato
distribute the cash where it wi
do the most good. It is a pit:
that the South will got none of i
Those doubtful states will reap
harvest inl the coming campaig,
William McKinley and Theodor
Rooseovelt are the nomineos and n1
effort or expenditure will be spare
to secure their election.
4xMtEENllO1Io N. C., AND 111
The Charlotto Observer sayt
"The following resolution wi
Unanimously adopted, after whic
the meeting adjourned
"Resolved, by this convention <
citizens of Groonsboro, called to
gether by the In(Iustrial and lim
migration association, at the re
qluost of Mr. Moses 11. Coie an
othors, to diseuiss whether or no
the dispe)sary has beon a dotri
mont to the business of' tile city
That, after hearing evidence, it it
of the Opinion that the Ovidencm
ovorwhelnijugly establishes as :
tact that the business Mf the cit)
has not been at least a detriment t<
the business of tho city ; but on th
contrary that the business of tih<
city has been better during the las
year thani ovtr before in its his
From all accouitm war sceni
inevitable between China and thl
powers. Baron Von Ketteller hi
boen killed, so the reports go ani
they are behovod, and great unce
tainty exists as to the fate of t
legations in Pokin. In Washin1
ton it is expected that Gormai
will declare war against China at
the United States will follow su
asi moon as congress can be eo
When the clogs of war are turn
loose there is no telling when th,
will be chained again and wt
damage will b done. When
government is etther willing for
citizons to disregard all rules of i
ternational law or is unable
protect foreigners ill its count
then it is time for tho world
take drastic measures againt su
y~overniment, for it is no longer e
titled to a place almonig the niatiu
of the earth.
It makes very little differenco
'M murdered peole and their re
- '"~whether they r
Snenit. It appean,
has usurped the imperinl pu.
and ordered the attack upon f,
olgners. Gen. Yung Lu, comma
dier of Pekin, is powerless to pi
teet the legations and ministers,
the soldiers refuse to obey hi
Nothing is left but for the powi
to consolidato and protect their ci
z.ens. The legations are besiog
and provisions are scarce.
The Italian and American los
tions have been burned. Fighti
is going on at Tien Tsin and t
allied forces are awaiting rein ford
inents before proceeding to Pokc
as 50,000 are necessary for that<
p'edition. T1he situation grows mi
seious every (lay and relief is r
gerly expected .
The next Union meeting of t
first division of the Twelve M
Association, wvill meet wvith SO(
nat church Satur'day, July 28th,i
stant, at 10 o'clock a. mu., and opt
ed with devotional exercises cc
ducted by the Moderator.
Subjects for Discussion :
1. "How can we know that a p
sont who professes Christ is trr
regenerated?" By Rev. B. Hold
2. "Do we sufficiently oxami
converts who apply for memb
.hlp in regard to Baptist doctrin
By IRev. T. IF. Nelson.
8. "If a tree is known by
fruit, how are we to judge o
church mnembers?" By Rev. 3.
4. "Should a member of a lii
tist church be disciplined for pi
taking of the Lord's Supper wi
other denominations?'' By R<
Devotional exercises Sund
*norning at 10 o'clock, conducted
J. T. Taylor.
Stinday School siddreess at 10:
l'y C. E. Robinson.
Missionionary Sermon at
o'tlock by Rev. Z. P. Hamilton.
A program for Sunday afterhio
will bo arranged at the meeting.
The Pickens County Allian
will meet on Saturday, July 21i
instead of Italy 15th, se advertig'
heretoforo' W. . O'DaiL
CONDUCTED BY W. We F. BRIOT,
C- Oountv Sunt. of Eduoation,
as Opening of vine sehools.
Heretofore it has beoi left to
the judgmont of the trustees as to
the time best suited for the open
ing and closing of schools.
A lato act of the legislature -ro.
quires that tho county superintend
ent shall "koop his office open each
day of the wook for one wook prior
to the time appointed for the
schools to open in his county, and
for one week imnodiately thoreaf.
ter and for at least ono day in each
week during the remainder o the
school term for the convenience of
those wiehing to purchase school
Tho county board of education
has made the date for opening the
h schools, Monday, July 16th. If
thero should come a wet spell, it is
hoped that the trustees will use
their judginont as to timo of open
ing, as to closing, they will con
intue to use their judgmont hav
ing due regard to the available
funds, and the welfare of the pu
The national educational asso
ciation moots this year at Charles
ton, S. C., July 7th to 13th. Tho
railroads will charge but one fau,
for the round trip, plus $2.00 mom
.)orship foe. It is probable that the
city will be taxed to its utmtost t(
entertain -the association. Hav
S you made arrangements for you
o welfare whilo in attendance?
d Thero will bo held on Friday
July 20th next, amn oxamination w
e all applicants who may wish ti
I- outer Winthrop Normal and In
Y dustrial college at Rock Hill, anl
d the South Caroli na college at Co
it luibia. Don't forgot the tit
- and como early.
Mr. Editor: 1 will give you
a Up till the 26th day of June, I
at rained twienty-ono (ays and th
tAs armers are baily behijid with thoi
to J- If- Brown and C. T. Hutchiti
., p~asad through this $ection JAs
' weok threshing wheat. They ar
to cer.tainly doing good i'orlk.
.h E. R. WakIrop) had his wh-..
n- threshedl last week. Hie only mad
nifty-t'o bundiols andI it, was tett
W. S. Norris calrried as nico loa
to of nice peach(dos to Pied mont 1S
a- week and found a goad sale fe
s- heo trustees of the, Reuniol
scoldistrict met last week an'
'Ma Misa MeWhorlier teache
pent the fouirt
r- H. ea. vhsited Georg
-~ Konnemuore huet ,.ook- We are a!
0- ways glad to see you Harrison, a
as come again.
m. Henry Leo, littleb soa of Mr; an
iSMrs. J. A. Norris, Is seriously ill.
.E. 1). Allgood 'was the guest <
-W. J. B~oggs the faourth Sunday.
od Mr. Stephens is not running hi
canning machine -now on accoun
a- of the rottening a o fast.
ag WHI sic us.
eo- O nLusdIay rner? ning, Julne 26t1
n, our little burg was wrappod in;
x.111 matol of sorr~ow,. The soul of Oil
re wortybrother, H ayniosJos
Sment and took it a flight to thi
reahnsq of eternal bliss. In tht'
midst of life we are brought face t<
eface with death, hout often it
honly the narrowv valo that separate
us31 from heaven.
-. Bro. Jones wasn -ifty fouir year
-. old at the time of, his death. Hi
-. was born and' rnared in Picken
county andl his good qualities ain
correct habits, w as knownm and re
marked on by uverybody in th
ir- commnunity wh'bro .ho l ived. TI
ly those who knew- him, he has left
iir. memory whioh 'will be onnobbmng
no and those virtnes which made th
r,- memory priceless will brighten a
-? time lengthenp. His mission 01
tsearth was one of good and he wa
tskind, gentle a.md uniassumiung, an(
uall that knew him loved and re
6. spected him.
H~e was sordly afflicted for miori
P- than six monshe with that muel
r- dreaded disease, consumption. Ye
th lie bore it all withi meek submissio
'. andl unnuirnitring fortitude. Brc
Jones was a worthy member ani
ry deacon of the Peter'% Creek Bapj
>y tist church and his place is vacan
at home, at church and in th
30 community, and his vacancy cai
never be filled. We doeply fee
11 our lose, but our loss is his eterna
m He leaves a wife, two daughteri
and one son, besidce a host of rela
tives and friends to mourn his tin
timely death, His remains werE
e qSiotly laid to rest in the Peter'i
t, Gro cemetety thme day f ollowing
Shis death in tho peence of a larg<
concourse of relatives and fe1lna
Lily doIthy hltai npon thy survivord
e loved the wollp. bt Jesus1 loves theO
d osd Night.
Caln is thy luinbor, as. an infanits stee,)
But thou hmailt llake no nore to toll and14
Tlino is i cperfect rest, rest secure and doop
Until the abao)s4 from this earth are east,
Until ho'gathors in his sheaves at last,
Until the twilight gloom be ovorpist.
Only good niight, belovod, not farewell,
A little whi e .ald n.1 His Saints shall
I dwell '
III hallowed 111[011 indivisible.
Unt'll we'ineet again before his throne,
Clothil in the spotle4ss robe hte givIs his
Until we'know n'en as we are known.
"BlessedI are the dead that die fi the nalmec
of the Lord.''
The County Executive Committee met
July 2, 1900 4tnd transacted the following
On muotion It was agreed to have cam
paign inectings at the following places
and on the days named:
Easley. Aug. 17.
Liberty, 6 1 3.
Central, " 20.
Six Mile " 21.
Antioch " 22.
Pumpkintown, Aug, 23.
Dacuaville, " 24.
Pickens, ' 25.
The following managers was alpointed:
Easly-A. W. Folger, W. W. Robin
son, A. W. Iudgens.
Central-J. N. Morgan, W. A. Oliver,
T. T. Arnold.
Liberty-1'. N. Hunter, E. B. Richard
son, M. A. Boggus.
Pickens-RoIs Moon, F. E. Cox, W.
lIester's Store-W. A. Heater, F. \V.
Hogshod, 1. i. Philpot.
Punpkintown-Joseph Keith, W. E.
Jones, Joe Hendricks.
Eastatoe-Daniel Winchester, Calhoun
Bowie, Lee W. Stansell.
Cross Plains-4. l. It. Williams, J. i.
L0athem, Waverly Htunt.
Catecclec--D. G. Parsons, A. J. Crane,
J. P. Smith.
Peter's Creek-1l. A. Foster, -J. P.
) itobinison. it. J. flugheo.
r Milo Creek-O. S. Stewart, J. L. Mur
phree, R. F. Herd.
Praters-C. (. Lewis, W. I. Tomp
kins, It. M. Bowlin.
Six Mile-J. T. Dillard, 1) E. Uarrett,
Calhoun-W. A. Boggs, Ilaylis Dil
lard, J. (I. Evans.
> Holly sprilgk-J. J. Chaitil, J. N.
Ligon, Robert lavnel.
(lap liill--h. n. Mituldin, W . .Fond
I ley, J. E. Bridges.
l.ooper's (1in--J. A. Itohinson, J. 11.
' endley, 1,. L. Jones,
0 Urosswel-W. D. Masingili, J. I.
Garrison, T. C. Speneor.
On motion it WIs agroed that at each
camllpa"ign mieeting cllidates be al
towed to speak na follows: Candidatos
for the legislaturo not exceeding 20 min
utos each. All the others not exceeding
16 mimllitesi each,
t On motion it was agreel to have 6000
L ticlets printed, to be printed on the best
r paper subrmtted( by J. L.. Thompson
and that all county candidateq )e As
sossed the Bium" of 25c. each. to.pay for
a sam11 and that canlidateti for Congress
t aul Solicitor be assessed [0c. each. The
moey to be paid on or before the '7th
day of Aug., 1000, to J. T. Youngblood.
Adjourned to 7th of August.
rIlTh modern and~t most -effectivo
cure for conslipatou and all liver
troubls-the famous little pills8
known as DoWitt's Little Early
r Dr. G. W. Earlo.
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
' life of joy. Bucklin's Arnicat Salve
ci oros themn; also, Old, Running
r and Fa"ver Sores, Ulcers, Boils,
Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Burns,
I Bruises, Scalds, Chapped Hands,
1Chilblains. Best Pile Cure on
Earth. Drives out, pains and aches.
Only 25c. a box, Cure guaranteed.
SSummons For Debt.
'riEu 8'rATEn oF ESou'ru CAUoIJINA,
Plckens County. f
Milgstratoc's Stutons For Debt,
1WIlliam i . Parsons, Plaintui;
a John Wooley, Diefendant. .
t By George E. Riobinson, Esqntre, Magle.
'1'o John Wcolev.
Compi lai nt havingj been mande unIIto me)
by William, R, Parsons tiha)t you are in.
clhietd to hthu in the snmu of sixteeni dol.
,lars andi fortyV eight eenlis , onJ atCeownl for
gootds Lohi antd delivered by h im,, to y'ou,
from the 2 i , th of &brmury, 19 Jo, to
the 5th dayl~i of May 1000,( incJlskve,
,iThis is Tiheref(ole, to :eqiure 1you (0 a~p.
- pear before met, ini my~ ollce, in Liberty,
,i (. C., on t he0 sit dayii from t1) he service
of this Siinnnlons', ('elushve oif the dlay of
'service, lit 10 o'clock '1. m1., to answer to
t~he aild comhlphldnt, or juldgmlent will be0
h giveni ngnu~ vonL by3 defauilt.
lDated May '24th. A. 1). 19)00.
GEcoG B. 10B1ZNS)N, [SEAL.)
* jl)1n (100.Magistrate.
Size doesn'tindiwato quality. Blo
4ware of counterfleit and worthless
salvo offered for DeWitt's Wiltch)
Hazel Salve. D~eWitt's is the only
Soriginal. An infallible cure for
piles and all skini diseases,
Dr. G. W., Earle
Clark .Bros., &.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marble andc (Grainte M nu
ments, T~omlbston)es, mantles,
S Don't you -want at nice cemn
,etery or residlence fenice? We~
I sell the best Wrought Ir'on
h o you want a lomonmnt or
Stombstone? We sell cheaper and
furnish a botter c'lassi of work than
alnyone* else ini the b)usiness. Weo
soil anything ini marble or Granite
from a email vase to a soldiers or
We have thle finest llne of do.
signs and samp)los known to the
trade, Correspondenco promptly
answ11ered. 'Yours for business,
OLARtK BROS., & 00s
'118 Mo3Ien AWuo
County of Plckens.
Cout1 of Common Plea.
'.V. Clayton, - 1aintlfl'.
.H. Dea, S. W. S. Dean, Mrs. J. T.
Gray, S. E. .Joneas, Miss .Jeanniette
Jonea, Miss Fredrica Jones. Mh't. M. E.
yimmes, Mr. 11. A. Petty; Mrs. E. ,.
liainey, G. I1. Syminies nid Whitner
Summons For Hplief,
(Compliit not Served.)
'o the Defeidants above.nantd:
You are. hereby . Stinonei and re.
Luired to unswer the'conpltiit in this
e.tion which i4 this (It. tiled ill the oilce
if the Clerk of Cotirt of Pickeis County,
ud to serve a copy, of your a'nswer to
ho sa(d complaint oi the sub--ctibers at
heir ofilce, Pickens, Soith Carolina,
vithin twenty da-y4 aftet the service
icreot; exeluiulve of the day of such ser
ilce; and If vou fail to aiiswer the Com1
>iaiit within the timne afoiresidl, the
flaintiff in tihis ntion will api,ly t') the
,ouirt for the relief deia:ded inl the com1.
Dated Mary Srh. A. D. 1900.
J- 1. M.TVCWART, (Si.A '.1
0. C. P.
CARREY & MCCUJ.L.(1-l[,
To the nn-reszient defendant', S. E.
Joie-, Misis Jouaiiette Jonae'. Mrs. 1 .
E. Synnines, Mrs. I. A. Petty, Mrs. B.
L'. It~tiney anil (). 11. syminle :
PIlese take 110tice tha, 1ih4' SnIon1110118
and Com pa111111nt in 114 tiCtioni WL4 flied in
tile office of tlie Werk of th Courtof
(o inen11 Plenls, Plickniis Colii V andl(I State
aforesaid on May 8th, A. D.. 1900.
CAiuEY & 1(0: ,.(o0 i,
mait wo. Iliintill''a A i teneys
I herel)v forlid tny person tromt citting
oitI a wagon roa a11(1d utsing tle SIme on
ily hinal. This the 8th dIy of May.
11000. E. A. IAW.o.
"Sweet Bells Jangled
Out of Tune and llarsh."
Shakespeare's der.uraption rti thou.
sands of women. T.hCy are cdes
hoe nt. sickly, erous-a t Lrd n to
th'en selvea and tftheir (ainii'cs. T1heir
swet boitlpositionn are gone, and huy ,1l
the bolse, seega 4ily out of tujio. But
thser is a Y. Thea s"e
Wine of Cardui
It brings health to the womanly
organism, and health, there means
wl I poised nerves, calmness, strength.
It restore s.womanly vigor and power.
It tones Up the nerves which suffer
rng and disease have ehtittered. It is
the miost perfect remedy ever devised
to restoro weak women to perfect
health, and to mako them attractive
and happy. $1.oo at all druggists.
For adv e csee regumrng spec
iel directions, address, giving symp
toms, "The Ladies' Edvisory De
partment," TIho Chattanooga Medi
cine Co., Chattanooga, T1enu. -
1~V. ~W H. tm.aI..u'
ana of th womb avit entir 1
R eason abi
Come and see for you rsol? t1ia.
able Prtces and are paying a nice pl
We have on hand a barrel of nice
gallon ; Muscavado, 45.
Try our Good Luck Cof'ee at 5c
W~e have just received a nice line
dry goods line, notlons, &o give us
The time for public schools to o1
prepared1 to furnish the childron w
chalkr, &c. A largo amount of enve
As this is a scarco, time in mlonloj
tihing we can for the benit of our
Wei extend the time1of buhtyin~g sci
fiis h our car Iload.
Cloan uip the old pots and .stLovos
bring muich you will get thomn outo
brass, etc. WVoul liko to have all
mlountainls. Bejeswanx is just as goc
Our ctiutomersi' know t hat we can
them a oni in any quanti ty.
Masonic Ilall Building.
repaint them at -s
During the cohl ws.ont her have I
ngos and Buggios will
tE''Sond in your vehicles now
H: C. MAFa
-.,4.W E S t
x our auneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure .lood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
- . blood purifiers, they Ifl
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kdney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists In fifty
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail nome of awamp-goo.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.'
Green Sting Beans, 2 lbs. for
10c, 3 for 25c; Small Jun1e Peas, 2
lbs. for 10c, 3 for 25c; Swoet Corn,
2 lblj. for 10c, 3 for 25e; Pie
Pen'ehes, 3 lbs. 15',, 2 for 25c; To.
n a.toes, 3 lbii. for 10c; RE.d Chir
le,2 ll,:. fo:- O0e; St rawherries,
2 lbs. for 10o; Pink Salmon, t lb.
for 30e; Armeaur's Potted .Jam [a lb
toe. t" for 2C, \ io..ina Sausage, I
lh. 10e; Cor(etd l.Ie' f, 1 lb. 15e; 1
quarl nic ten'pd-r Piekles-, 25c; Sar
ldine, 5 :mld 0- California sui'l
dried( peauches, 10c.. per 1lb; Nor h
Carr. I an sutn-d ried Applos, 8o01)0
pound. Youir orders approciated
I an(d carofully oxecuted at
Pickens. S. C.
r20-Homo 'Phoine No. 24.
Digests what you eat.
It rt fiialydigests thle food and aids
N!atuiro in Btrengtheoning and recone
structilng thuo exhiausted digestive br
gans. 1t. Ia the latestidiscovered digehte'
ant and tonic. N~o othler preparation
can approach It in einlclehey, 1t. in.
stantly relieves and pormanently cures
Dyspopsia, Indigesolon, heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Heoadaoc,Gastralgia,Cram psand
all otheor results of Imperfect digestion.
aswiisi. il00k all aboutclyspopi mailed foe
Prepare- by E. C. DeWITT & CO., Chicago.
we are oi'fering ou goods at Reason.
ric for poultry of every kind.
homemade moiassos at 35i cents per
of priuts. For anything in theo
>on is close at hand and we are
ith paper', tablets, penc is, slates,
lopes, logal capI pnper, (lay boo0ks
meuitters we try to huand!o every
*ap iron till July 15th in order to
aroundl your house. If they don't
f your way. We- buy olel copper,
the old1 "stills in the Bluet Ridge
>d as money at 20c per pound.
't be glutted on chickens. So bring
Pickens, S. C,
nd( -- March
1(d( as~ now. W.e repair sud
"?nv1Ic Coach F'actory,
relepai ring dlonc so ftur Carrie
anid New For
4 GE~lifflu (3
NE6U "I OLUMAG , . .
WHAT I SAY T WILL DO, I
Competitors, you had as well try
to lift yourself in a basket, as to
My dosiro is to novo goods, not
to got cash. Shrewd buyers need
no arguing. Each and every claim
mado by mo at this sale is just as
represonted. I do not advertise
something I hav.n't got. I will
soll in the next thirty days, twen
ty Pianos at factory prices; sixty
five organs; forty-five sowing ma
chines; ten head of horsos; twelve
wagons; eighty head of fine Jersey
milch cows; twenty head of thor
oughbred Jorsey hoifer calves.
The pianos will be sold at whole.
sale prico for cash. $450 pianos
for $800; $350 pianos for $265; $250
pianos for $145; $85 organ for $55;
$75 organ for $45; $55 sewing ma
chine for $28; $45 machine for $18.
Will soll milch cows on three
months, note, and anyone buying
a milch cow from me, can pasture
next sinumer tree of ehargo, in the
Mayberry pastur.', six months,
which amounts to *V.00.
It is not so much nkoney that I
want, ai to got rid of thi pianoi,
organP, sowing mnashieos, Vorsep,
wagons and *ows, that I have Olt
hand. I have rented a store in
Coluimbia, 8. 0., andi will openl Ip
businca thre 6! ,,asPjt- v 1st
1000. The tey'0i 1 n 'e ' hafd
umu.i4t be sold eVr. rdless ofi f3u cs
valkie to ase. Tkis is n4 fate sale.
I have thosa good aend 6ek Oil
hand, and they will be said.
If you have got the east show it
to ine aud yon will e stprised
whit will ty a piano, organ a*d
sewihg suehine. A chamoe in a
lio timre to tay at, whol-tsale prioes.
Plsnes at $1 15.09. 'Aitik of it!
The) :-;.ent 1caissans,4 0he doal
er's .Prolt-, are all tiken o, and
you got dhjan aL .holesaler's rofit.
8ew ing machie $04les at 7
centt a dozen ; 10 oor,ts oil it A
ceu., pe r b ittle.
C80 Gutr or IA.11'0; .(
Tv:ytlg elin inl the FAIall in
stru.A oinv to f -r, proportion.
Com while "u podi ire on
M. L. ALEXAND) ,
GreenvIllo, 8. C.
WHOLEAL N AND ItT'I'AIL
Large drove just in from
Teinnessee, fine, young, sound
and at living pricesi.
We~ dety cornpetition inl our1
Inuspection ot .steck solIicit.
- Stables 1ni'd St oouse
(4R4l4VILLE, . S E
Oeiling, and Weathubard.,
ing, Moulding, of all
kohindL' e n
With all %Idi of
ENGINE AND PiM lTrIwg,
Also Engine and Uik.'3der Oil at
Lingeed 0il, ihath le and
Boiled for paintiet, and Whi$e
teati of host Qiuiaity,
Gie a a trial bfore~ tlyig
Attorney at Law.
Practice in all the Courts.
Office over Earle's Drug Store.
I. J. T uAIsswoAvz', 0. H. ERODINHON,
L. W. PAnKRR, PickeDs, 8. S.
Greenville, S. C.
Hayneswortlh, Parkeri & Rbiuson,
Pintkena C. It., - - South Carolina
Practico in all Courts. Attend to all
businean pronptly. tt.
Wg'Monov to loan.
DR. . P. OARLISLE,
Groeiville, S. C.
Ofrco ovr Addisons Drug Store.
3. A. MnRGAN, W. F. 1LASSINOAMH,
Greeiiville S. U. Picken8. S. C.
Morgan & Blassingame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
l'iderI, C H., 8. C.
Practice int all thecors
DR. Itl r Iliis-:Y,
Physician and Surqeon,
Office at hi& resideue ut ihe Kirkney
home placs., on T% elve .ille River.
March 8. 1894
C. FilZOEiltA,), PIllTOGtA.
phe, Greenville, 8. C. 0111ce over
Addiqoni's Drug Sntea.
All work gmuranluieed to give Ftisfac.
1ook! A Stitch in Trie.
s r1ne. Inglhea' Tonic ( few in
1'rved., tatwe plasint.) taken iII enriy
S14h11ii .114 FaI previeha Cbills, DI.1nglue
and \lohll4 Ffter.4. Acts (m the livt-r,
kukl, ml) li> e 0y.'telu. e r ( t an l g' u 441l
niI. Gubaltate4. try it. Ag Drug.
Sis '.5es tind 61.00 bott le.
Money to Loan.
.Af ibitrevOd kvIln lasti a i )1a A -
nad upwanu41a. ]f"Lion rip.43 able .a -
'nnItal "aY)"OVnts thileaonth perit 0 e <:*a
PF' t, thu, thai l ling the hoI rwer t.u ,..
tff Ifii iiduheotdn,,.am, withoutehA iag h
Mull Ia any one .vear. A'.ply as
Soe-J ,i e'7. tof fine la rd, ii n i
ronditUhu,,illain tena ailnutc vm~a
SO: t lot'. A bargailn to a1oa...
Ing a. liere. Suitable for l. .-- ',or
1uilik 1 iin emw. Termsresa
Appl.:o Frank E. Cox.
.au.8d.iekens :i. o,
have your land surveyed, I an,
preptred with first class instruv
monts to do you a first class job,
a.d can be found tt my residonce,
Aliandeio, B. C. or reached hv
"Iai ildebted to O:o
Cough Cure fot my hialt) a
It cured me of lung trouble
ig grippe." Thousands ow thelt
liv'es to the~ prompt action of thIa
never failing remedy. It eured
conghs, colds, croup, bronchitie
pneumonia, grippe and throat anti
Iung troubles. Its early us.e pre-~
?ents oonsumiption. It is the only
harmless-remedy that gives im me.
Dr. G. W. Earl
Misses Rogers & Co.
$1,000 worth worth of Millinery,
Dry Gooe, Notions, etc., Ladies'
and Childrens' Sh.&s, m'In and
'and Beya' Shoes, HIats, Capa,
Clothinag, Etc , all to go on1 sale at
a Gxreat Sacrifice during tihe sum
es)) J (0
ofthoso' goods~a re profils of a
tiold r'egadle's~ of ay cost.
Big rnoney~ saved Irainghlo at otur
I1 -1:e N o'Ah l in *o
.i M~ S IA.23 Ousovd:,Li
"WaV have jtigt. t jf~ alt a .
VO:%beatn, al! the Iuatst t-h a *a
'd~a fLer Jic theg 26ith, the iolthJw
"g $ inr witll e rum over thec l'Ier".g
a P gidar the puaro of hauling Freaghas
rad .1 asseingers, vii:
lie it Dofvn. Mixed Traint Read Un~
4.20~~ ! L9 Plekons Ar 7,50aa am
J.O sin Ar Easley Ly 7.05 am
Nc. 12--Dafl e7xceptSunlday-..No.11
Iliad DIOWn s'.~~ egr Service Read Upi
1 Pm y Plokensu Ar 5.45 pmu
1.46 pm AM E sley Lv 5.05 pm
Tritine. will stop to takeo On or~ let oft
lpasegers at the followinar cr'ossIn~st
Vetguons, P'arsone' anid Mauldinl'g,
eetwill be openi for the receiving
i eieyof fri'ght fron 8 A. M1. SE
We will umake It to 3'onrI linteies5 to
ustronlse Ourf home r'ondj hay gtliii ~a