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Tle People's Journal.
T. C, IOBINSON, Editor.
LIB illljD I I-'RY T _URS A *
Subscription OneDollar a Year
jruterte at the Pmt Oflico at Pickens as c
50etion -ls mantter.____
Il U llSI)AY, .1,Y l19, 310.- t
]FAIR PVI VV.
lon. E. E. Verner, iepresenta- r
tive :>A Oconce and a candidato for e
Cong' ess in the Third Congress- 0
ional diitrict, spent sevoral (lays in v
Pickeus this week. lUe is san
guine of success and is making a
favorable impression upon the
people of this county. Ho is an
intetisting talker and wishes the
popilo of this county to hoar him.
It is cl:timod that the incuimbents
in congless do not wish to moet
th'ir comptitors inl debate be
for- the l) . There is sume
color' of title to this assertion, aF
the history of (apina igns shows,
Mr. V- rinir thinks that sin-ce th
enndid ats f4)r coigress aro ases$
ed fiftY dolhirs, thr-y Should have
nI pp IIInity to i 1.t h 1oph- I
-1 dEni1s the issiles with their
-Th.. Pikens county
c, di-;jse .ed the
not arrive at a
jitillh.. mlatter., so I t
wa s -ft to . agr- tn t of tihe
(lidlliltt-s for c IlIgress ainolIg
While li nited ttde and
(b th p0 - ar ying ' V to settle(
theu.st:0v.he-ther thlt, Situation
in (hi is due to the Chinese
(g'v -r mn't or to the Eo f SJ- i is
butchrd.1 A awl t'rtzr..d to u.".th inl
the most silvalge( 11au!.nerl.
' If- po' r t-> , - r*w ri> I
a:.4 aj'p-ar t ,j.1 b1!po d a too(
(IjCin . go ,nti or th j~ 5 CIe I :
ar r n . It t h i
da: : th v w r- : tid spay n2 > I
-1:~ ~ o:j.,t.,.1
tin 1 :.:p p :'jt eting and
res::uii .e J o 'fr. mt'~ ~
lurra ris.s :n more forv
t!.: : s 'i.- : ' ' h ah rn
C!. 2. N r :. t: news c n b.
Ibtm t , t. fhata L;f hento:- t
ef t *A npl'~vans were~ hit.
"C I l- innm :s replorted to1
iv . bi.mrtalyv wounded as
h. -'s wa :i:42 in tront oI the
troops. .\tl R':gan and Captains
iBuck.rn.(r, Wilcox and Noyes are
Ifming th: wo'un~fded.
Thle m- irin k ssess iniclutdo Cap
tajin Dav.s I:i lb:d, and Butlor, L~eoni.
ardiOi ' an '-vieral Io'therl wouutdod1.
Th :' rs de(':1arro that it was
All the ,'oundled e nd prisoners
w~ho fell into the hands of the (Jbi
nese V ve frightfully tortured.
Th0 b)odies had been cut into
ieces. First, the eyes had been
hackedi out, then the cheeks, arms
and legs cut off, untill death end
thei suiff'ring of the poor fellows.
WVhen Admiral Seymore, in his
retreat, found( himiself so hiard
piressed t hat hie was uinable to lon1g
er carry his wounded with him, lie
"Wih (1o you per~ifer, to he
left to the mercy of the Cinese' or
be shot by your own comrades?"
As Admniral Seymr lli)put t he
queistion tears wereC runnlling down
shoot us now that we may io liko
men," w~as t ho pi teouis respose of
the helpless men.
A firing squad was soloeied, and
while the little alilied force stolpped
and boat off with gun fire the, Chii
nlese borde that surrIounded('( it, ini
sides its lines an act of morcy was
performed as the firing squad car
ried out its orders.
A few merciful volleys front the
rifles mi the hlandd of friends and
the harrassed expeodition was re
Ilioved of its burden of wounded;
the fanatical Chinese borde was
chleted of victims for its torture,
and the sufferings and fears of the
unfortunates wore brought to an
ntnd in an honorable dloath tinder
their own flag."
E~ditor Joural: I see ini your
issue of last week ihat Mr. Mat.
thew Hendricks gives isi views on
certain questions which hie thinks
should be enacted into law. Among
them he dwells upon the road law,
As hto asked to hoar from othiers, I
will give my views in regard to
the road 1awv, and would on the
other questions, but it, would take
too muchI of yoijn space i one
A MM709 y i
great doal of experience 'anid ob
ervation in regard to worknig the
oade, and will say we will never
lav suich ioads as we ought t)
ave under the old system. Those
rho have nothing don't think they
ught to do as much work in koop
ig up tho roads as those who own
be proporty, and hence, when
bey aro called on to work the
ands, they kill all the timo they
an. The roads aro usually work
d after crops arc laid by, and
hen many of our pour piiople
ave little to oat, and it works a
tory treat "hardship" on some of
,hem to do it onl bread and water.
Let's tote fair with them.
W'Len I went into oflice I found
that all those who are liiblo to
roal duty in Pickojis couinty were
paying $2 comutation tax1 or work
ing six day on tho public ruads,
and that the law provided that
two comlimlisi.ons should be al
pointed by the Governor upon the
reconoiinendation of the dehfgation
1roml eachl e.nunty inl the G'ulerl
k1ssemobly, to work t( igether with
,he Conity Supervsor inl tho man
Lgoment of the c.,uity affair.
The h'm has ben chrigd byN
It') last legilatul re so that all tilo si
iablo to road duty instit pay $1
omu tation tax or work three days
Pii the public roads and that the
wo comlhTissioiiers ate electrd by
hw pe ople-, and(] that they togeth!r
vith thif supervisr, if the ce20m.1
Latiin tax With tiet chain gar.g and
a d fines and profits is not
enough to work tho roand a:.d
kefp themtn in good conlditioni, have
the, powei- to, lr-y ats much ne one
will (1i1 pret0 erly fuu0 road pllptSliH.
Thfre are a few meo a l, are <p
1o.sed to a tax oln propr'mtV to wor I
the roids but I am glad that I
':ail say that I have ,llsulted a
immbit r of mnch t)f pr'i rty who d
iot il(*.I s ti i. A number
f tIfmit agree with mie that we
vii never hav L rO d ui(l n 111til
Vo tr' Wit n.g to jpy for them and
til the burdii ought not to be put
>n labor. It has beer; circulated
n1 som11e sections of the county
hat I Attend,)l to pa'- a law that
m torant houl work except
n the fain oti which he 1 vcs. I
.on't oNly say this is falso but
al sa without Lear of successful
Jittadiction that Pilcens couity
as not sent a rnati to the 9egisla.
ire for a numJbei of yoars who
as done more for the Lommon peo.
le of our than I havo done.
In addition to those already
ruimerated I will mention some
tws~ which~ I was instrumental in
;in;; in 1892 when I was in the
'gislatre. I introduced a1 bill
u~d it became a law t.> reduco tha
ilary sf our county auditor from
800 to $500 which saves to the
ixpayers of the county $300 each
ear. Also, the salary of the
hool commissioner was reduced
cie same amount and is still the
tw and ha, saved to the schools
f the c'ounty the same amount.
'rhe office of jury commissioner
rae abolishod which saves to the
ioople his pay which wau $3.00
I could name other thiags that
have done which wore helpful
to the common people1, but I thmnk
[ have named ouighi to contvince
any fair minded man that I would
never do anything thing thai
would be injurious to them. Whik(
I will do all in my power to enac'
laws that wvill be bonificial to oni
commo 1101pe31ol. I will (10not hi n
to enact laws that will take froni
our' mntied mni(t wrongfully and
(ldon't think I was locing so when a
smitall shatre of the butrdont of koop-.
ing tip the rcals was placed onl
proper'ty. Good Ioatd s are as good
an ideX to a country as anyottg
watnts to see atnd will cause~ those
se~ekiing homes to set tle in at coun.
try when if they had hiad toads they
woult Inoit. P'lease tell me who is
betit ted by such sottletunts, ox
eept thos~e who have the pr1operty
the v'alu ation of which is i ncreased
by reatsoti of such emigrants e t.
thng among them? Those whC
have nothing cannot be benefitedl
by any increase in values,
ro illustrate: A . owns a farm~
in a country where there is no
road loading to it. Hie hires B3 to
help him make a crop. In the fall
his crop) must~ ho carried to market,
hut a road must be built first; how~
tell me, 1s it right for B to do as
much work in making this road as
A, the valuation of whogo land is
increased by the builditng ot' said
.The r'ailr'oad companies are also
interested in goods. Please tell
me, what would become of their
business if there wore no roads
loading to the depots and stations
along their roads? Then, why
shotuld they nlot be required by Jaw
to help make those roads? A tax
on propert~y is the only way they
can be reached,
Also the towns are alike interest.
ed in good roads and ought to be re
quired to do their oqtiitable share
in their construction and keeping
Now, Mr. Editor, I feol that I
have plainly demonstrated that all
classes of our people aro interestedl
in good roads and that all should
help to mak thorm, in proportion to
the amounit they are benefited.
Thn lot eaoh one Of U9, gid 0RO0I
Blass of Ius. nnsh ani m 1 aty Wm....
Snt1 put our shoulders to the wheel
and give a hard push, and a long
push, for butter roads. Let's keep'
our county abreast with tho other
0,.unties of the State and our Stato
tbreast vitl the othel'r tatfs of the
Union in t';o matter of good roads.
Respect f ul I I,
It becomes the nriter's qjtd duty
to chronicle the death of little
Juli.us Jol Parsons, infant sol of
Mr aind M rs. J. E. Parsons, of Mur
plre, S. C. , which occurred at
their linw .June 28,th at 10:30 a.
M. The d'ath was caised by tu
bercula imningtus. The duceased
a ged o ) year and four months,
hd1(1 bein a life long suf'erer and
was bIt, a swoot roliof to
him. Tie. remains were laid to
re in the Secona lcoletory June
-.th, 1i the presence of a goodly
ni '-r o: r,-lativ-s 1111 d friends.
Th.. fuiTeral servicos wero conduc.
ted by Iev. J. M. Stewart assisted
by Revs . Z. P. IIaIiltol and M.
This is the thir(1 precious flower
tha't has bein p:ucked from Mr.
Puirsons' faniIy to bloom in a more
cONienial cliiim.. Surely their
trials are' grit, but ''Yhiero the
triisurte is there will tho heart be
Tle' bereavod fa mily have the
sympatis o4 iany friends. 'Tis
ai , r t Cl I n' I1m1 t') Ic noW that
"the Lord l'veth wh ul lo chais
'''lhi to-. ie-,r Isa. -.-* 1.: iair,
Cal h.- f-T0r I ...y vm.-r d n ,
Camue, bu1t t", nh.ow hI I . oet 00'i wer
A 11. 16 ! t 1nb-. - a ' r i -f w ,
- r all inan r .! < ' n
xan(IL'r, S. C .. July ,d 1900.
ii. me'j en tiui. mt ef!ctive
:.r I : -ire o ipation anI all liver
trouh!.--t- faii'us littlo pil
know :nDe Witts Little EarlyI
i r s.ap .
Dr. G. W. EarIo
Are grand, bit Skin Eruptions rob
If0 of j<v'. Bvkliin's Arnica Salve
cures th'm also, Old, R1unniiig
1And Fe(!ver Stres, :lcers, Boils.
F'lons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Burns,
iruis.s. Scaldk, Chapped Iliands,
C'hiiblaiNs. Bo-St Pile Curo oL
Eirth. I)rivos ou paiis and aches.
O)ily 25c. a brjx, Cure guaranteed.
Summons For Debt.
Tl I S-r A'TE OF S-,I'II CA vr.i NA,
Plekens County. .1
Mhuis;trate's Smumnous For Debt,
'i.lia'i S . 'ru ms, Pliitiff,
T1o John WV'oev.
Cmniu1t 1mKin.11 ben made uuto me
by Willuim 8, PlrPons that you are' I i.
del ted to hLn 1- lha sum of silxtee di(ol.
Iiai< and( forty clight I.cents, on 1 cun fl' il or
gomi -obl aund dl;Iierd by3 himt, to you,
irom the 2h <iidar of i'eebruare, 10)0, to
the 5thi (d.11 of M.y, I1)00, inefu-'ve,
'This I lui hrfo:v, to :eqire you to tip.
M. (C., on thle i xth d ,v from thme serIvice
of t hi- Smu11mons, excli-ve of the day of
service, at 10 ii'e!nck it. mu., to answer to
thme si, c oilI lmiit, or' joigm ient will be
ga'em agmmiMs toil by chfau'lt.
1)rted May' 24 h., A. ID. 1900.
U Eoihol l . lti)II-S )N, [gga&.]
Size doesni't indicato quality. Be
w are of coun terfeit and worthless
silve offered for D)e\itt's Witch
lHazel Salve. De\itt's is the only
originail. An infallible cure fo[
j~itlad all skin diseases,
ir. (. W.' Earle
IIf so, there must be sm
trouble with its food. Well
babies are plump; only the
sick are thin. Are you sure
the food is all right ? Chil
dren can't help but grow;:
they must grow if their food
nourishes them. Perhaps a
mistake was made In the
past and as a result the di
g estion is weakened. If that
is so, don't give the baby
a lot of medicine ; just use
your every-day common
sense and help nature a
little, and. the way to do
it is to add half a teaspoon
to the baby's food three or
four times a day. The gain
will begin the very first day
you give It. it' seems to
correct the digestion and j
gets the baby started right
again. If the baby Is nurs.
Ing but does not thrive, then
the mother should take the
emulsion. It will have a
good effect bo0th upon the
mother and child. Twenty.
five years proves this fact.
LSoc. andi 42.gi, eli druggists,
SmOr a nn0 WNu C.....t.. w. Y....
The Time Comes
to every elderly woman when an in
Portant functional change takes place.
This is called "The Change of Life."
The entire system undergoes a change
Dreadful diseases such as cancer and
consumption are often contracted at
Wine or Cardul
strengthens and purifies the entire
systbem. and brings the sufferer safely
over these pitfalls. Its effects have
been wonderful. It is good for all
menstrual troubles, but is especially
rvcomniended at this ti.e, Ask
your drugist for the famous Wine of
Cardu. r .oo a bottle.
For advice ix cases requiring special
directions, address the " Ladies' Ad
visory Department," Tho Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
THOMAS J. COOPER, Tupelo, Mi68
says i-" y ler suferd from irregular an
palnful rnenstnmatiug, nnd doctori could no)t
relieve her. Wine. of Cardul ti;,:rc-y cUtcd
her. and also eitiped my iothr L.rough the
Chajpgc of Life."
Clark Bros., &
Manu ftacturic rs an(d Dealcrs in
M\arble anid ( Grain tv M n
D 't you Nvant a lice c(lfm
(tery or resi(ehce fiice? We
YOU h bs Wroilou t r
I4 you Wvant' a mioni~uent or
tOlfllsJetole? , W so elh.aper and
furinielh a be3tter class of vork than
Iyon elke 9 in- the business. Wo
sell anything ill marbe or Granite
from a small vaso to a soldiers o(r
We havi 00 inet 1i) of de.
signs and .Implos ki.ow i to th
trade. Correspondenco l:romptly
anrswerrd. Yours for business,
CLARK -BROS., & CO.
118 McB.e Avenue,
apdr.9~7y, -.Green'vlle, S. 0.
WVo, the ]b.ird of I;d i in for
i:.eW.s cotuity will be at iith. fo1an .
ulu i prlneICta for thle puroi r egi'sC C
tening or t r~insfe'roi those~ u o bh l t~
vo: u at the. sat d.1r'' cte:
Wedn-ty, ugus3t . , t Cio~Il ete,
Alliit' w bc uih !tw.' eM - el p -ic~
wRlpheeaon ad iib,
'Corne frnm seehor yen-n usl ti
ablo 1'rl W. K.d ar illa ue co
We havo on hand a batrrol of niet
Try our Good1 Luck CoiTeo at 5c
WYe have just receivoed a niice lin
driy goods l ine, nottion, he(. giv Vdu
pirepa1r('d to fuirnishi the( chihiro i
chalk1P, &c. A largO amlounllt of ear
As this~ is aI searco time in monw
thling wei canf for the hendIit of (ou1
We extend the time of buying M<
huiiishi our car' 101ad.
(lean upj the old pots an d at ovo
binig much youil will get. I hemi out,
brass, etc. WVould hke to havo all
miauntains. llees5wax is jIs t asg<
Our cuistpmuers know t hat We cai
themi on in anyi~ quantity.
.Maisonec llall Building
To havt~ y'our VWhive mat e
*repaintL them at tho 01
--We Malt~e 1.2 abber
During the c.1( old ether hare
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
if they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
Pains, aches andrheu
matism come from ox
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unstead
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble. because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidnoy
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 ama
sample bottle by mail norne of Swamp-Root.
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.
Grr-en String Boans, 2 lbs. for
10e, 3 for 25c; Small June Peas, 2
lbs. for 10c, 3 for 25e; Sweet Corn,
2 lbs. for 10c, 3 for 25c; Pie
Peaches, 3 lbs. 15c, 2 for 25c; To
mnatoec3, 3 lbs. for 10c; Rod Cher.
ries, 2 lbs. for 10c ; Strawberries,
2 Ib. for 10c; Pink Salmon, 1 lb.
for 10c; Armour's Potted I1am I lb
Joe. # for 25c; Vienna Sausage, i
lb. 10c; Corned Beef, 1 lb. 15c; 1
cuart nice tender Piekles, 2.5e; Sar
dines, 5 and 10c; California sur
dried peaches, 10c. per i1,; Nor 11
Carolina sun-dried Apples, 8c pe
i)ound. Your orders appreciated
and carefully oxecuted at
Pickens, S. C.
IN11'Homo 'Phone Ni. 24.
Digests what you eat.
It arti Ilelally digests the food and aids
NJature in strengthening and recon
structing' the exhausted dIgestive or
gans. 1t is the latest dk'eovered dilgest
ant and tonic. Nlo cother preparation
can approach it in einclency. It in
stantly relieves and permianent ly cures
IDyspepsia, Indigestion, Ile artburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nauscai,
Silk Ileadache,Oastralgia,C'ramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50a and 1. Large size contains2%4 times
smailsize Ilok allabout dyspepsiammalodfree
Preitare by E. C~ DeWITT a Co., Chicago,
e P rices.
We are offe.ring ou goods at Reason
rice for poul try of uvery kind,
homomade molassou at 35 cents per
(I of printa. Fur anythin~g in the~
s a chauce,
p'n is clos~e at hand alndl we. are'
elopes, Idgal Cal) paiper, (lay books
y' mattrs we try to handio every
:rap) iron till July 15th in order to
around your hiouse. If they don't
oIf your; Iway. Weo biy ol .1 copper,
I ho oldl -stillts in the Bluo Ridge
>Oti as money at 200 pe pound.
't be glutted on chickons, S~o bring
Pickens, S. C,
md1(1 - Marchi
0od as5 neCw. We toplair and
eenville Coach f'actory.
T isA. SpeOcalty',-.
the ropaiinlg done ao your Carri
(.KLEY, PRO P,
Q11l!VJ I.f gl
WILL MOVE PLACE OF BUSI
NE8S TO COLUMBIA,.8..
WHAT I SAY I WILL DO, I
Competitors, you had as well try
to lift yourenif in! st bnAkot, as to
ui ell F 1 %1-..
My desire is to movo goods, not
to gk't ersh, Shrewd buyerv nwed
no a1gulig. FI4eh ,u:d k'orvery Claim
made by meo at this .ai is jut as
rolrepeonted. I (to not advertiso
somiething I haven't got. I will
sell Ru the next thirtv day#, twen
ty Pianos at factory pricos; sixty
fivo organs; forty-five sewing ma
clines; tV-n head of horses; twelve
wagonst; eighty head of fine Jersey
milch cows; twenty head of thor
ough bred Jorsey heifer calves.
The pianos will be sold at whole.
sale price for cash. $450 pianos
for $800; $350 pianos for $265; $250
)ianos for $145; t85 organ for $55;
$75 organ for $45; $55 sowing ma.
chine for $28; $45 machine for $18.
Will sell milch cows on three
nonths, note, and anyone buying
a milch cow from me, can pasture
next summer tree of charge, in the
Mayberry pasture, six months,
which amounts to $9.00.
It is not so much money that I
want, as to got rid of the pianos,
organs, sewing machines, horses,
wagons and cows, that I have on
hand. I have renied a store in
Columbia, S. C., and will open up
business there on January 1st
1000. The goods I have on hand
must be sold regardless of the oet
value to me. 'This is no fake sale.
I have these goods and stook on
hand, and they will be sold.
If you have got the eash show it
to me and you will be surprised
what will buy a piano, organ and
sowing machine. A shanee in a
life time to buy at wholesale priee.
Pianos at $115.00. Think of iii
The agent's commissions, the deal
er's profit, are all taken off, and
you get then at wholesaler's prolt.
Sewing machine needles at 20
conts a dozen; 10 cents oil at 5
cents per bottle.
$8.00 Guitars for $4.60; $9.04)
Everything else In the smaall In.
strument line to go in proportion.
Come while the goods are on
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Greenville, S. 0.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large drove just in from
TenneIsseec, finie, young, .sound1
and at living pric.es.
We dely competitioni in our'
Inuspection of stock so]icit.
Stabies antd Storehouse'
River' Str eet,
GR E VIL9 - - 8. C.
B B GIIANDY.
Sash, Doots, Blinds, Fleering,
Ceiling, and Weatherboard
lng, Moulding, of all
kinds. Lotather and
With all kinds of
ENGINE AND PIPE FIT TINM.
Also I gme and Cylnder Oil at
Linseed 0i1, Jesth Xtaw *nd
Boiled for painting, anid White
Lead otf Best Quality.
Glive as a trial betere baylng
B. ?s ORtANDIY,
Plehong S, V,
Offlo and wsQhm.. .... Z'*.
IVY M. MAULDIN,
Attorney at Law.
Pickens. S, 0,
Practico in a I the Cotrtk.
Office over Earlo's Drug Sturo.
Ht. J. ItAYN191won-rn, C. It. R1omlixox,
L. W. PAcMasHt, Pickong, k. U.
Groenvillo, S. C.
HaynesworthParker & Ubinson,
At torn ey-at-Lw,
Piekens C. It., - - South Carolina
I'ract.ico in all Courta. Attend to all
husi4nefta promptly. tf.
g:"Monov to loau.
DR. J. P. CARLISLE,
Groenivillo, S. C.
Ornco ovor Addisons Drug Store.
B. A. MoBin AN, W. F. nAH;TMAINA g,
Greetnvill 8. c. liel~etw, S. ,'
Morgan & Blassingamoe,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
l'iekenus, C. If., 8. U.
Practico In all .ho courts.
DI. iI CIOE lfl l y
Physician and Surgeon,
office at ile residen~e lit ti te Kirk.sey
home place, on Tw to Mile ive
Marcha 8. 1894
J C. FITZGERALD, PfL0TOGltA.
* pher, Greenville, 8, C. onlece oer
Addisotn's Drug tore.
All work guaranteed to gIvo en.tisfae.
Look! A Stitcha in Tisne.
Save8 uine. ltigheM' Toidc (ewy Im.
roved, taste pleasananit.) t aken In early
priag an11(d Fall pre1tvents Chiills, Dengile.
and MIlaIrial Fevers. Acts on the liver,
tones up the aysteain. Better thani Q1ui
ine. Guaranateil. try It. At Drug.
glt. 60e. and V1.00 bottles.
Money to Loan.
On nimproved farum lanteis i I nil of $3os
and up wards. Lottus reop.; il-le in stmal
Rnnal paymet. thritgh a 'poriod of flyv
yearn, 11hu1enablling the horrower to pay
of hin Iniebtedlneer withont exlIaustintg his
crop In any one year. Apply to
J. It. lloggs, Attorney,
Octr 98 y1. k'iukon, s. C.
Seven acrea of iine ladil, in q-londiid
eondition, wvithii tenl mintutes walk of the
eomht house. A bargitin to anyoek wibh.
Ing te loente here. Snitible for lots for
didin g purposes. 'Ternms reasonable.
Apply to Fra) E. Cox,
sul~tI. Pkens 4. 0
IHave your land survoyed, I am
1repared with first class instru
ments to do you a firat Olass job,
aid eon be found &t my residence,
Alexander, S. 0, or reachod by
"I am in(lobted to One Minuts
Cough Care for my halth and life.
It oured me of lung trouble follow
11 grippe." Thousands owe their
live. to the prompt action of this
never failing rody, It enres
conigho, colda, :rouni bronchitis
pneuminfl~h, grlpp Pc rd th roat nntd
harmless remody that givee
Dr. G. W. Earl
Misses R~ogers & Co.
$15,000 worth worth of Millinery
Dry G~aOoes Nat ione, etc, Ladie
and Childreis' S1me.s Eni anud
Cloth> j, Etc , a1to io ot' sae at
a Gruat ~Snerifice dutinag (Le sum.
of tht 60 go.L o r ot of a~
job) lt we b.anght I..u I will be
sold regat dless of aniy cost.
Big money saved traiding at our'
store for next 60 days.
Misses Rogers & Co.,
110-112, North Main sir('et,
G ImENVILllE, 8. (3
Su an Iier
119 tain 8treet, GreeniIlio, S U
We' have jnist opened and will
thte season), all the latest styles nt
the lowest nossibjr prices.
In l!ct time, 28t h , 1808,
Onedaftr atne the 2(lth, fle follow
in iheul *-111 be run nor the J'letos
Rt. R1 for t hestarta.. of hanlflg Fre Iiht
*, 9*-DaIlyezeept 14nday---No 10.
lead Mn Mixed'Train, Readi Up
41.',ar '1L9 Pikn A r 7,50 a m
b.00 am Ar Easley Lv '7.06 am~
itend Do~wn PasselUger Service IHe
1 m v m'ekeng Ar 7
1.40 pm Ar E eiey Lv
Trainas will stnop t'i take ont
passenagers at the folloni iua
Verg uon 's, I'araonas' andu Ma,
fiepet wil be opes for t
ada delIvery of Wrelght Irow
We will tnake iL to y t
patronaise 0in hume road .
seya n yopto