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Tile People's Journal.
T C I IINSON, Nelitor.
SubscriptiOn 0:C Dollar a Yea
ntrdat the Post Ollico at Pickeas
d liain ttter.
-an-i paY, .1l'i, 20. 191.
] o lThe Snli-'r I-i
Tc coty cdhain gang force ha.
av..nit4Tedlat''ly from twenty-six to
t r Itll six ma11f les, t"
r II'mac in.. and soml o carts.
Thega.g has Ite milhployed f r
se~veral NN,w k-, recently at and around
Sm'ithiville, an11d s Ollar good work
la.i hem done ol th. hill roads
LV. hSrond n Ota (ia e dIIo filnct
wVl-tk and l Sv St t r:I sIo ,1h,
1and with 1te propher s pe to hed
\\'herver te roas have been,
wvork- d h~v the chainl unn.,. theN
WFr ill 11111 h beCtt ir co-d, it I t1I in thal
f ermlerly and11 no onl - canl hul t,
see Ith improvement.
\\ kin cnviets on the publ~e
r.:.Ii' tI b - pr pe us t maki
i -,I, Inlueh hlk. t hIlanl pamtig ft
cotton, -,nd4 ".tr i etter- tha-i keepinig
ma - i th ' tI i in jail.
\\' shop 11.0e I II t whenl
al1 oi i 'I I ' il bi t il pu,
.e in r1- menlwits, atll whalttoe l
m .is d n bi Ibe l:t uricteid
t a . , nu i., provisionIls to fee~d thos'.
t onn thw poit eltiary.
Toi Sit an I' I ut od
t ~i. * I 0t 1v I:1 1 t 1 t t w
It. ' I ii 1:1 -U , v iil ''
rIals but we d IA lied a cotton dc
li li; I v i Vv.1tt111 illI
Utei ~'S -t0 h' a itt t -l t l s .t
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1. I 1 Iil" , 'e I iy I It I l s, cI
th . lah' >rlt 'i'js lip , et i h s t I
V0 I' a - 1. Ch(tilht I i of I
Im prv m inI:V . . i to Iear ie that
I* t - Lw t ! X ti:( th - 1a t ho u 0
t1 t thv 11.-- rava 1111 1 r:.. it d I
tT Iei n be .\or.c I.adrionas dr.+. h(
.t ~ tid l t t r tax th.- l Sun t
''':1 i hai wOr i~, ..nO h l i nLL :
tuttv lw.e .no thseewhw wotf ai
1ry ca.;it ptl' or u e a himt y is th
c~ountry1. darue itli u~ckti . and ofi
(1e(31 his f: thin;11( w iie ta itle pr o - th
oer Wi yOit ax f h tlor it i l o h jtri
ni~ d tak -ii te1banhe ol of soutnli
ito w d.p. Itit Ili nnoitd go ito a
W, thttt WProni Jury. b(eg leom- 6e
tat ar ned prlhosenh ult fr thson
oimn . usi by th lnIle S oletra l ici-o
dOr-C,in2 oowni11n, j eu bgtieft.t
Wee divisted rofther r'attnane
fiun t h efr (Ifn t we)ll car t or
Tin< x sp-cctfthinsin i sut ee
na :sela expnditre Fum .ny ex.
cel.'. the lo (i f a 1,o n
meos. \A ugiut that Ithe at.n ha
lull attnda to v(erd weltius
Gec. H. Anpeonn Jtiti the
th etplnls he(helfor venitilatedn
ane uh he om thewos.ciy Lur
thler n-t bomvel oao sewa
m. B rair ese otheaemlv. Tpo
\ fe Clicitao thes puliKodsl are b
))Jmt0 C boy canworke be sonm ren.
Woid tihlat tr ared men sub .o h
.'r 'lipelad dut who hae either v3
wo~ red te oad o pi a commuta
\'n an mumenrd tha theprad ~
CONC ESSAN A. C.LTM R
CON CRESSM A 1 A. C. LATIMER.
Nowv tha~t thoc campai*,g-n ii t~'ii us5 it i.- t0 c fashion of S"'111 people
ilo eOpposed to I ,1timier t,- ask th'2. (jwk ~iexi "Whlat. hias Lat imer
To meet anil answer that question put his friend, by way of remem.
- m11 l fresh pIsI ssion of lis recol-rd is bre I ptise.1 to givo short
sum of his work, nt. in :1i1y s pirit or wor-is of ful som! aldulation,
ut to give a sin plo reelbtal of Lh facts m sim'pl jiutice to tilo man
ud his record. What ht is lie 1dm.? And first ind foren10st lot it, be
aid that ho went to Congr'ss IM ieklilttd by his defeated opponent
-ho put tht- stiimi of poputhui uia n hiin1 ad the democratie Votors
f the(- Third district who senit himl the"re and whol, set himself up1 as
hle self constitited r preplt.:ativ- If thlte Third district so far as thp
atronIgt at fite disposil of the Clovl.uild amillistratiml wias concern1ed
lt has tiliv",I tlus an11d omoliQ to see hii im(elf reognL'tllizxl .as the only
ngr'ssman froil tIhThird district 1wihas brioight tailgible results to
>)stitIenits that enli he cutiited in hard -'ash al(d practic:l1 benefits.
thers had triid to sero for N nybrry Clt its just claim for darn.
ies due from th... federai governaat . bti rmained for Latimer to s.
ir.. the mlon1y', thfe atuil cash, ld this h1, diI by lard and porsistoII
1rk with the inidiviulnal iiimber ind with the collllittoes of Col
'l It, will b. remembe ltb ovrybod that the South Caco.
la itr a i hia hl.-n for 1a& in th.. hatds f a recevlivI aPPOinted
i f.d -ral jud I- and it hit pv'r-istntly r1 ined to pay the taxes (Iu
Iv State oi its pr. op-'ty. ()vr( nix'or T 11m in unid.'rto-)k to collect
is tax by having th slhvriffs levy 1.n th, lr)oprty. They woro ar
st''d and :iled by .ndge Simont fn. Thr- upon l,m aliner introluced
) succeeded in getting in!passed wi.flo (ngr'ss a hill for rolief re
iiit g Cor0*pol litiom inl tII. l un l.d (If I.-civr s to ply their taxos to
e State jius'it th same as th farmectr (r 11i14;1 S. 111:111 adocs. The result
this act was that -21H.000 of last tfIxe <1, t I Stat) w.ls p.aid into
State tieasIry by tho South Car.> na railtoni1. A snug little sum,
It is largely due to Lationr's efforts th.it the systo:n free rural mail do.
rery was orininiated and engrafted upon the potal system ot the gov
iinent and is destined to perm ma to in Lit 1 futuro overy section of thc
uintry bri .ginug to citizens of thle rural dIistrietLs the sa rec postal faicili.
.s onjoyed in the towns and Cit es TPh> maitter was agitated by hiw
his Lih t ter ci' e.:n9lgress. ()a1t ' f twventy-oneo routs5501 surc'blfor the
tire S4ato inst yecar, hx, securedt teln of tllhom for his~ district, thut
!nging itt M ncs o th is'rit and he ha'n led in' havin the
pr. priat ion fr thIiis ser~vice increawtd fromi $ W00,000 to $1,750,00(
s year, anid hans t ho promixis iof a comp lue serv'ice ini Pickens an<
lnee coiunt ies s'outhi of the Soiit horn rail way andl in Anidersen county
11isimeans a bouxt si x t' y ca rriiors at a salo-ry of $500) each or $35,000
Ih the laust ten already secu red. Thiese are actual, tangible results ii
ltars amiil cenits. It is the initenitioni to inicrease this ser'vico in thi
xtI five yeiars to ono hundred and1( fifty carrier~s binginug into the die
et $175,000 besIVides5 benjefit of the froo dilivery of' malil to the farm
almost at their doors.
Ie has seeurod an increase of the agricultiural appropriation billI fu
mi bllet ins an Id for seeds for the farmers aga inst the unax
->us I oport (If the conmmittee, and lie n:ado a fightI on the floor of th~
Iiso for it and secuired1 it by al(dding $0,000 to the bill. Il hasui su<
u~led in passinig thle bill th rough the flouse, mlovinug ti: e dxy doo
>nu Port Royol to Charleston, awii hats chamllpionied thle bi ll to build
dIier's home at or near Chalestoni, antd the editor of the Newvs an
urior openly comlplimllOnted hiini ini Wash inugtoni by stating that
L~timerc's aid could be soecured for thle drIy dloek, soldior's home and e:
>sitioni those bills e,>uld bo passed( thirouu'h the" IIous1', thus shoin~l
0o (esti mato ini whichu his influonno is held in Congress.
Among other practical meaisures wich hoe now has on~ the calend,
'i the louse, 1s 011e requiringr thait the imney nlon' used in buyinxg se<
a givonl d irect to tile experimen~ital stat ions to bo us~ed in growing arn
stinzg seeds for distribution a inonIg fairmel(rS thus51CC1211 achaing them a::
sting t-hecir valuen beforo the~y are s 'Int out.
Ho also found that thirteon original Statois whiichi founded t he tni10
ad never socuired any of' t he puiei lantls foir public schoo,1l prose
rhidle all the now~ States haxd two sections ini each townishiip (I:2
cres) set ap1 irt for t his pur~pose' andit hli has nowi~ peliding
ill to equaiiliz') thi) iol States ini this matt.-r. This woul give Suit
'airol in a pub11i c lait ds w.orth(1 $ I,5t I t to bei in vested inH governmo1t0
tonds for thle?1 binit o (f her sch (ool fmi l IIt is truje thiis blill has nt(
'et passedl, but it is grxoatly to int imer's ~e'it thti~t 110 alone of all th
~ongressinon we hlave had thi're ini th la Ixst centuiiry thouighxt of such
Bu t the mu tst stuiipend~ous i underltaik ing he( has biefore Conigres~s is til
mxe to red ucI letter piostago to on) 0( e(n'lt, e'stabl ish tre rural deliv'.eu
ill ever thle I iiteld Staiti's to tile peo~ll. wipe out thI > dilii it of $6,00(
)00 and leave a surpluxs in1 the t 'iesiiry. 1to is this measu re welli
fail11 a lihas (on1 hunradli(.( 111ftly miimbners t> vote for it.
This is but a smll ep'it..>mI) of wimt he tias dlone and is tr) ing to d1
andio any~ mnl who visits WVashinigt on with tbe bot h surpjrised and grat
fled to find the repuitaiti Il his~ Congrelssliman has thiere for haird,persistoi
indo indus18t riousii work and) work ini t hi' itntrst oIf is~Ci cont ien ts.
5isot thle manii w.hio ma11kes fino fornis i e (his1)Iys oil the floor of tI
Iloose thint counts fox' somethling, hut the manl who gots prnac!tical r,
suitsa in benlefits to his peop01le, aint suc(h a1 man11 is A. C. Ltimo ilr. *,*
ItJA"H'iCN b "f out I a i'd of "tee. I1
U 1U Rj, op'ed that (ho truxsfeos will mn
CONDIUCTED~I BlY W. W. 1". flti~lTI, take's nd errors somlet imels occ
30unty Sura- of Education. knwit1- an exir corrc it
voni enxi before rotirliitig to th
New Trusteecs Records havo~' boonli auiiitor. Th1ose who hav'e becomi
tent the Clerk, also Teacher's Reg. of ag sinico the first of Januuar
sters, but nlot onouIigh of the Ilat- 190 ar1 xnot lIablo to pauy poll ta:
er o lst or ho chol yar-heIt wotulId Ibe well to son each perso
er t las fo (li scool earthenhoIso namlle is not <ni the list as
oupply received wiasluted~~. More't whyIi beforo re portling. Dout us~
v'ifl fol low' . Teachers are request abbroviaxte.l Or' niek names, bu
~d to enter in the colum undI~er the spell o"t iin ful l.
uend of "remarks" the ago of ii. AeLmt(
'it and( the letter "M" for' mal ,,h~a iiaI let g o I
mid 'F" for female- , stockholders of' the Easley Fai
** mars Alliance WVarehouse, will 12
The apportionnimot fromi the held at said wariehioue onl Tlhurx
bro mill tax, thoesur'plus from day, August 2(d, 1900, at 10 o'cloo
be county disponisary, and th ul a. m, Al stockholder, are requei
t00 to tho preseolt,
'ohIe au roturnied to thi8 ounty Au. W. W.* F. BflU4IIr
160r. hAV0 bo00 ent to thQ Clerk Scatryan Tnm,
Reasona b I
Come'ajnd oc for yoi rself (hat
i) lo 'rices aid are payii..t a nioO
We havo on hand n barrs-l of liteo
galon ; Musenvido, 45.
Try our (Good Luck Coreo at 5c 1
We have just received a iuee line
dry gcods line, notions, &c give us
Tjo time for public schioo:s to oj
prePared to furnish the clIldron w
chalr, &c. A largo mnouit of enve
i nd lodgers.
. As thus is a scarco time in moneo
thing wo can for the bewu lit of our
We extend the time of' buying sel
linish our car load.
Cloant up the old pots n14d aovos
lring much you will get 11m) out to
brass, etc. Would like to hav, all i
In o1ntaills. Beeswax i; j'ust as go(
Our customers know thait wo can
them on in iy iquatl)ity.
Masoinic 1lall Building.
FeIbr is1.- a
To have your Vehi,-'- made gt
rr ilt tleN at the Gre
- W e sake IF Labber
Durirg the 'ld weat her have t
1geS nd fl'gg-im will
?mW'and in- your veh cl s nv w
H. C. MAR
CT. W. SIRRINE, Supts
You ig Women
The entry Into womanhood is a
crltical time for a girl. Little mn
str'ual disorders started at that time soon
grow into fatal comnplications. That
female troubles are filling graveyad
proves this. Wine. of Cardul estab
Ilshes a ainless and natural menstrual
flow. Wen once this imp~ortant fusne
3tion is started right ahealthy life will
Cardul. There is nothing like It to
give women freedom from pain and to
r It young women for every duty of life.
-$1.00 bottles at drugglsts
S Miss Delia M. Strayer. Tuily, Kan., "I
have suffered cuntold pain at mnsntruat pe.
d riods for a tong time, was nervous, had no
appetite, and lost Interest i everything,
in fact was miserable. I have taken four
g bottles of Wineof Cardul, with Thedford's
Black-Draught, when needed, and to-day
I am entirely cured. I cannot express the
S thanks I feel for what you have done
lions. addr s, givig ay ptoma. bo Lde
Lewi Dennis, Saxlemu, I ud., says:
L "'Kodol Dyspepsia Cure did me14
Smoro go 'd tha~n any thi: g I ever
a took." It digests what .v n at, anid
cani niat hielp~ but eure F y spec:sia
0 anud stomach*l iroul es.
7 Dr. G. W. Earloa.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
l- -flow To Find Out.
S Fill a bo'ttle or commnon glass with your
water .and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
~/ tling indicates an
tion C.f the kid
/ neys; if it stains
your linaen it i
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
-frequent desire to
.,. pass It or pain in
n cnvicin prof hathekidneys and blad
ooften epesd htb.Kh~nSpp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfillsevr
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kldneuys, iiver. bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It Corrects inabtilty
oto hold water and-scalding pain in passing
Sit, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and omvercomes that unpleasant
tnecessity of being compelled to go often
during th8 day, and to get up many times
during tb~e night. The mild and the extra
ordinary. effect 9f. swamp-Root is soon
realzad, It stanids the highest for its won.
0 der-ful cures of the most distressing cses,
.If you need a mediclne you sho~mld Iave b
best. Sold by druggists iu0 C0c. and $l'.sizes'
.You may have a sample bottle of thjg
k okthat tell
.- more-abot $8, bol
absoluteiyf egy f,
addr#3P K1J er et
Wu are offering ou goods at lleaso
I ice for poultry of tvery kind.
homeImado Imolassos at or5 cents p
of priits. For anything in th
on is close at hand and we ar
ith papor, tabletp, pencils, slates
lopels, 1cgal clj) paper, day book
I mattors we try t.o Iandlo overy
apl iron till July 15th in order t(
around your I house. If they (1011'
youlr way. Ve buy Old copper
ho (Id stills in t-he0 BlIuo Ridgi
d 1ais Imlonecy at 20. per polind.
t be glutted onti clckon.,. So brink
PickenS, S. C.
nd - arcli
od as new. We repair qnd
enville (oach Factory.
Tpires- A wpeelaclty..-.
hto repairin g 4one Po your Carri
and New For
GIREENVILTLE' S. C.
GreenI Stiiung Bens, 2 li.a. to
100, 3 for 25e; Small Junec Poe,
lbs, for 100, 3 for 25e; Sweet Cori'
12 lbse. fir 10ic. 3 for 26e; Pi
Peaches, g lbs. 15r0, 2 for 25c; T
- matoes, ~3 1b3s. for 10c ; lied Cher
1ries, 2 lbs. for 10. ; Stra wLerrii
2 lbs. for l0e ; Pink Salmon, 1 11
for I Oe; A rmour's Pottied Hb ami - I
10c. 3 for 25e; ViennIa Sausage,
lb. 10c; Corned Beef, 1 lb. 15Sc;
quart nice tender Pickle.", 25e; Sar
dines. 6 and 10c; California surt
dried peachos, l0c. per lbe; Nor :
Carolina sun-dried Apples, 8e pe
pound. Your orders ap)preciato
and carefully oxocuted at
Pickens. S. (.
EW"'~Homno 'Phior.e N -i. 2 1.
Clark .Bros., &
uanufaceturters and1( I )cenlers ii
D~on't you wannt ai11 n ~i m
etery or residlence feceI(? AV
iell the besbt *Wroughit JIro:
I.o( you want n IiImoum-m C
tombstone? Wet seI 3ll chpr anl
urish~ a het ter( e:.: of work t ha
nyon ~ls le ini tl.e businq~ ce.W
elI anlythling ini inarble' or (Granit
f romn a smnall vaso to a so1ldiers 0
WVe havr) the fiinet IinaI of de
signs and1 111 smlesC kno.wn to th
trado. (Corrrsepondwnco() promtfl
alnswlered. Yours. for bus1iness,
CLARK E1ROS,,& Co
1 13 Mc B'e A venu le,
air-97vl. Greenivillo. S. C.
Digests what you eat.
It ar ti fIcially digesig the food an Sid
Nature In strengthianing and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. I t Is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonio. No other preparatlol
can approach it in eficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently eure
Dyspepaia, IndigestIon, Heartburn
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea
Sick Itoadache,Gastralgia,Cramps an,
all other results of Imperfect dIgestion
sualisie 'ab touu dspopeiasl o tr
The modern and most effecty,
cure for oonstipation ail all liyea
trOules-theO famous little pill
known se DeWi4t/ LIulo Erlj
Dr, 04, Wa Eule,9 j
WILL MOVE PLACE OF Hold
NESS TO COLUMBIA, S. So
WHAT I SAY I WILL 10, 3
Competitors, you had as well try
to lift yourself in a basket, as to
a My dosiro is to move goods, not
, to get cash. Shrewd buyers need
3no arguing. Each and every claim
made by mo at this sale is just as
- represented. I do not adveitise
something I haNn't got. I will
sell in the next thirty days, twon.
ty Pianos at factory prioo; sixty.
five orgaiins; forty-five sowinig mha.
chines; ten head of horses; twelve
I wagons; eighty head of fne Jersey
mijlch cows; twenty head of thor
oughbred Jersey heifer calvos.
'I'he pianos will be sold at whole.
sale price for cash. $450 pianos
for $800; $350 pianos for $265; $260
pianos for *145; (85 organ for $55;
$75 organ for $45; $55 sowling mla
chino for $28; $45 machino for $18.
Will sell miilch cows on three
months, noto, and anyono buying
a milch cow from me, can pasture
next suminer tree of charge, in the
Mayberry pasture, six months,
Which am lounlts to $9.00.
It is' not so inuch tloney that I
wanmt, as to got rid of the pianos,
organs, sowing machines, hurses,
wagons and cows, that I have on
hand. I havo rented % store in
Columbia, 8. C.. and will opei up
buasinesq there on January 1st
1000. Tho goode I have ou hand
nuist be sold ringardleis of the cost
value to me. This is no fake sale.
I have them gools 111d aoCk oi
hand, aid they will be sold.
If you have got tihe cash show it
to Ie and you will Ile surprised
what will buy a pian, organ and
sewing iachine. A shance int a
life time to huy at wholesale prices.
Pianos at $111.0O. Th.iak of it!
Thel agenlt's Onmisi-onsi, the deal
or's profit, are all taken off, aid
you gt thlem at whe!eoaler's preft.
Sewing machine needles at 20
cents a d'ezen; 10 cents oil at 5
cents per bottle.
$8.00 Guitars for $4.50; $5.00
Everything else in the small in.
strunicut line to go is proportion.
Come while the goods are en
M. L. ALEXANDERl,
Glreevi'lle, 8. 0.
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL
Larlge d1rove just in from
TennesC.aCe, fine, young, sounid
and at living prices,
We dety empetition in our
Inspction) of stock solicit..
l Stables anid Storehouse
Rivecr Sti eet,
-(GREENVILIE, . - s, c.
B. B. CIANBY.
.Sash, Doors, Blinda, Flooririg,
Ceiling, and Weathericard
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds. Leather and
: With all kinds ef
ENGINE AND PIPE FIT TINS0.
Also Enigine and Cylhder Oil at
LnedOil, Both Raw ad
Boiled for painting, and4 Whike
Leadt of hest Quelity.
Give as a trial before buyy4.g
S, B, RAMfMY,
Osse an$ Wask.waa ... e n
IVY M. MAULDIN,
Attorney at Law.
Pickens. S. 0,
Practice in all the Court8.
Oftice over Earlo'H Drug Store.
If. J. NA'rxaswonr~, C. i. ItIo?4 oN,
L. W. PARK11Ru, Pickens, 3. U.
Hlaynaesworth, Par ker & Rlblusort,
Piekena C. U., South Carolina
Practieo in all Courts4. Attend to all
buiness pronytly. tg
BW"Monev to loan -1
DR. J. P. CARLISLE
Groenville, S. C.
Offco ovor Addisons Drug Store.
H. A. MOltOAN, W F. F. UASSINUAMR,
Sreetville, 8. c. liclQim. S. -.
Morgan & Blassingame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
'ichtina, U. II., S. ;.
Priactio inl All 0h0 (,Oil I ti.
It . '
Physician and Sureon,
Ofiltec at hits r'idelen 'it I ie Kirkney
honie phice, on 'rw .in. M 1( ive..
NIareIa 8, 1 894~
U. Il''!uitEal~li, pI'I'l'typ
* llher, Gr-eenlvil~v, 8%. C. 011*(:(, ove-r
Addijoni's I)rg Stole.
All work guiarallteed to %.ivo satsfac.
LoAk! A St itef-h fKn l'ims1
Sav~es tnine. Iluoghiek Tlen. le~'bn
f roved, lsto ph-llut. ): va
S n :1114, and Pallpri n~n I ' .
:uniad .\h~ilit l F r<.g .\i
:M() N.ald-IM Aevy(i , e the
abMu . Gmidnulte ui i .h',.
loi- s. t -l an - c - y . h J h
-i t i i l l. t o
Money to VG
"n uiproec farm in3" h- N i i
y %ri to p iaebtr t li g i h (A, i*
of his i: 4: otedu . w h ,-x' -
Orop i anly vie y.ar. p;y .
U'. LE;gg. At -n.v
Cottrt h~on-e. A b-trg in O,, 3n1,1
t:4 toloe t ere. stiit, ie im ! ,.r
Pil.y to Franlk E. CO.
Have your land eurvoyed, I am
porepared with first claps inlstru
ments to do you a first clas job,
dcan be found A my residonce,
Alexander, S. C. or reached by
We, the o:ird f eg..t I .i
Picken;s Coity will be it ti
nmilt)1oI preelnaeti for tle puit'
vote att the satid ptreeltnes:
i'Tuduy, July' 1 t, nt Cr'ns
lednesduy, Atgtlet let, itt IlesIei'
Au who~ nkh to v'ot" at.im' r'l'i(reinets
will puIense be on hanmd. Th'lose wlbix~
14) tran-fer fromu oter~ ftCLet will
ph-'five brinig I tir ol et tili. Ibi hs is
reqired by the !ttw.
j il'w4. C~i' lork lin of th ,..imtatIion,
Esses Rogers &d o.
$ l0,000 w'.ort bt wor Iu of M ilinry
1ntd 10-'y3' Shoes;V5, li', Capa),
(Clothbt;', Etc , all to go (ol~n Ial at
ii at Sner'ifice dluting tl.e sum.
(.f (utse gr' .u1' 8re prt' iis ,.~ f a
job lot we'i l.' t' i ut.<d will bo
tol regatldh; ss of any cost.
Big m oney s;aved t radinga at our
s~~to fr nxt 60 dlays.
Misses Rogers & (Co.
119 mb Iro-, I
the stttOnso, all the' b121. I I
HC K ENS IUAiA.AK)
Os and after Jnnte sth6 tii e f~h
isg Sch~edule. will be run ove tie P ~ ~'Ohn
IR. II* , foShe puIrpo rI haiuling Fiel~;gt
and( Piaqsspgers, sip:
Stend D~ownt. Mixed Traltn J:'nt Up
1.20 am Ly Pikenis Ar 7.501 ama
8.00 sa Ar Ensley Lv
No. 12.-.--Daily except t'un i
Itendl bawnt P'aunger' 8er
1 pm Lv Pikent A
1.4 pm3 Ar lo sley L1
Trains will stop ti take ont or' let off
ton.semgers at the folloingl; cr'ossinRg
Vergnsen's., Parson,' nar d Mn tii1ln'e,
a..pt will be open for' the receivlng
a liVer of Treight from 8 4 i
Je ,i ile ~)*It t5 yoriteset
patronist 011r home rod05g( ig o
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