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The People J Sottrial.
T. C, iI9IINSON, EIditor.
1t' 18111A I E') EVli Y TP1 IJISDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
ntteredI at the I'ost olco at lickensi as
II[-" UHDA Y, AUl'. 10. 190-).
iIO0i. WI. D. MAYFIEL D.
Ilon. W. D. Mayfield is a canl.
didate for I ii] road Commissioner,
look to the candidates colmniuli and
sc his card conitaining the head
ing of his spoech. Mr. Mayfield iR
well and favorably known in Pick
ens coinity, an1(d is almost a Pick.
ensite. having boen brought up on
the banks of the Saluda and asso
eIted with (h people of Pickens
sinlce his boyhood. It is safo to
preldict that he will get a handsomo
vote in this coulty and he i as I
worthly of it as' any caididato run
ily for that otlice.
Thi Chliis tloops and tho al- i,
l have been) I:ghtmig, but the I
C hun s forces Wec coiiopelled to
retIi 1 It and the 'Illie's liow Occupy
YagT 1un. which they will manke
i b ase inb tir advance upon,1 Pe.
1 h. I ill States have beenl
v4 rv 4 aluti'ois ill (very stop talkei
m. thI( Chluese tiolible, but hAs at
as i'eided, that the allied forceS
will b(e nIgaged at least six months
:and tbis Iver innen t is making
pn' ati ti; to that end.
T'Iie li4iu.e gover.iunt has ap
p''inltted p'tl Li lfaing Ch.mng mill
ister 1ce)uepotentiary to negotmi.ite
with the powers for an iminediato
CQssatrin ofi ho stilities.
SW s ana Courie'r Says;
"Th 01 t itud assumed Iby the
(Idhilatic Iepreseltatives of EIlu
reeI)nIIl governumnilts in Waaliing.
t14n is Si)ll'iciont. oVidenco thAt tihe
utowers will press Vigurollsly the
ti'e (omlnianids which they h ave
111)(m thit' Chillo o gvorniant. To
]P.kin t ahe 21lhul a" r1.' les will go, it
; (1adcl:iol fr llk I , till los I vvry
l nni2:Iltl 15: : eetd to fla(d -ll pos.
Ieparl Inln is made by China
'or the on lag's alraldy commuit ted
Ncg-Aiatitis la'kinit to lily other
s(t theno, l ta disturbaiico ill
China1 will n't be considered selri
(IS l1av) for
Ill to Crops
- me, sa'g w~hom they
th ln in l thle a pproa~uching primariy.
3 t hias b ~e n i a many caseis ai houise
to lhdus canivass and, when the
V tes2 arn coiunted, someW of the
Wie poS '~ liiins14 ar hkoly to ho0
d1ec'ivel in their estimailtes. lio unas
andt counlter looms will eiit little
ice in lbhis pr inry, the ailientI vote
will tell the( tale, as~ the peopleo are
doing morel'a thiniking anid less talk
jing than Cver bef~ore known.
TocirciI, will give :'
foranc atYN'' ,~ .~'
195?w wvil be1 the ca nidid u1 l s f r leg.
~islatur', supervIisor hand county
comiUssaioners. Thle niin issue
for4 themil to is cuiss will be thle
Ie~ ny W toU ha Vo good roadts.
Thr are I hree palansi propjosed andi~
tach o these' canidaltes will be
exp~ectid( to line upi and exp)ouse
one of themn. Although it is hard
to expect thle Vanidtost for su
pervisor and comnussioner to take
part in this q1uestmin, as they are~
c nly atniis ltrat ive oflices and
must work in Obadienlce to the hian
given themi lby the m1embe hrs of til
hiouso and senate. The plans~ pro,
pIosnd at presentI are Ii rst t o bui ld
an d rep~air thbe pul1i highIiways by'
taixat ion; secolndly , bya gi vin g thli
presen t a w a fuirth er trialI; thirid
iy, by etu a~lrning to the old lav
with some modv~ification1s. Of coiursi
t hese will be fully dIiscussed anc
thle voters will bo accordingly en.
l igh toned.
Ueald(es t hi suil-joet o f good roadls
the canildites fer legislaturo wvil
be expeOcted to speak upjonI the Ii.
Cruor issue and1( woe un to him who
aittcmnpts to dodge, as8 both p~rohimbi.
tionists and dispensary'itos will
want to know friend and foe in
this fight. It is the chief qluestion
in Stato politics and will ho in the
various counties of the State, so
far as tho mnllbors of the genoral
ussemibly are concerned. Happy
vill be that candidate for the leg.
islaturo in this county who will be
fortunato enough to got on the
right side of the liquor questioi
and the road question too. There
ar'e dangers ahead, look out fo,
Mothers endorse it, old folks use
t, We refer to One Minute cougI
Oure, I will quickcly curQ "3
/ tybron tld inng troules, Dr. U
TIe death of this yoni g 11al
which occulrred on July 24th, a
Libeity, S. C., was romarkably sa<
and a most terrible shock to hit
parents. His home was in Jeffier
son county, Florida. and ho ha<
come to spend the Summer witl
his relatives. He was tako sud
denly and violently ill at the liomi
of his; cousin, T. N. Hunter, an<
only lived about a week. His pa
rents woro summoned and came
only to seo him pa e cver the dark
ie was just entering manhood
being only 19 years old, and gav<
rair promise of becoming a good
and noble man, but God know
best and took him to a halppy
homo above whilo y.At in the bloom
It is a blessed consolationl for us
,o have his (lying assurance that
'All is well.' nnd to remember
hat he said "'Amen'' when lie
cnew that the Master had said
'Como unito Ale."
Ile ladi mado many frionds in
his county, who sincerely miourn
is death and feel the deepest
ympathy for his sorrowing pa
ents. 1lis remains were laid to
est ill the old Liberty cemetery
mong many others of his kin.
'Farevll dlear Toimo., but nit forever,
The- will of ;Iil i olone ,
ind swvvtett boneiliction fall
oil the blohvel 41ne.
\hovc I1ho (1-ep blue vaui4 l bove,
cios,- iy G l's shining thprima
ke' i nt-et tie vith tty crowtn anq harp
Iin our eterna'.lhoine." X IL
19eS0otiont of Iespect.
Sacrtd to the memory of Mrs.
Wherers, Almighty God, in hhi
w\iSdomll, has scol lit to take froin
our indst Mrs. Pauline 1o Boggs
onel of the mombers who doparto<
this life tho 19th of A pril, 1900.
Resolved 1st. That in her deti
wo mourn the loss ot one of out
best members-one who was devo
ted to the work of this society an<
church and to the causo of Cliist
Ono whose gentle Christian chirt
ter extend(led a holy influe.co oi
all who came in contact with her
lie it resolved
2'nd. That tho symprthy of till:
society is tendered to the boreavu
fnmily, and that we pray that ou
blessed Master iiiiy com fort 1 hen
!m this great sorrow, 1.e it resolve(
:ll. That n page of our record
he dedicated to her llem1o1)ry, lie i
4thi. That a copy of this bo givei
to the family, also sent to tl
Mits. W. A. SmE.noN,
Miss ELLA. WoRtKMAN,
COND)UCTED Yt W. W. F. U_ aIAT,
o oun ty Eunt. of Educatio
T1he State board of ed ucatic
will meet on the 8d of Seoptembe:
ine3xt, to adopt text books for tI
free pulicth schools of tho.S~tato.
e4IJitioni would liko for all thi
teachiers of the County to send( hin
at Matynard, a list of the best booll
ada pted to the nieedsA of the countr
schioois as9 soon1 by thle inilvidfl
'fhe answers receiv'ed willt
tabu~llated andl sent to a member <
the State board and1 mayU be tl:
moans of bettoring the prospects<
fi vet tsanld children. Doni't di
lay, brother teacher, but waiito r
once, if you havec any choice.
Wo01ent our "oin~Iion"' absi
two mlonths ago. "The best bool
adapted to the country echool
wvithiouit referenico to price', lowe'
possible of courses, ten years ado
tonl, nlew bo'oks furnished free
plae of old, where now11 adlopt io;
ar mt lad e.
You say so, briiothi'er, to reach
not later than1i thel 18th Ii int.
!llroth~er tillsteo, is that we)ll
sprinig ini good condition fro
- hich the childrenlt~' aro gtti I
their supply of driting wiat
during this heated tormi? If no
It is likely ini attempl~ting to pe
(f11m the dutly of SOllinig sch1e
books, visiting schools and1 tryii
to perform the other dutioes
quired of the County superinten
ent, that you will not find imi
his of~ee to lot you hlavo just wh
you want in the book line, wh
he is away, inquire fot that o6t1
follow, Hie will do the best ho c,
Our capital to buy book. with
limitedl to $400.00 no0w, or abo
eight cents per clpita. We are o
of First Reader. nlow, but expe
to receive a lot before this is
type and a socond lot before y<
When books are wanted by mat
lend eniough to cover postage;
too r'nch in gent It wmm u.
i Diet' Jottfnal: I sej fronri tho
SIftst acts of tho legislature of our
I State that all Old soldiors aro to
i moet in oach townsh i) o, the liist
- Saturday in August and elect one
I of their iminuber to see after their i
I Pension, anl thl len tile first 8itur
(lay inl September the uman who Is
elected from each townipslui) is to
I moot at 'ickolls and elect ia county
board of ponlsionJer'S. I havon 't
1seen anything said about it. I
thouiht tlie o l c ounty chairmaln
had to call tho meeoting of thQ
townships what day the Journal
says, its hre soon. As that is the
request of othorwise known as 11.
II. II. Bones.
The quicker you stop at cold the less
danigor there will .e of fatal lung
troulble. One Minuto Cough Cure
is tho only hiarmiless remehidy that
gives immediato reuilts. You will
like it. Dr. G. W. Earle.
You will never find any other
)ills so proml)t and so ple)an11t as
D)eWitt's Little Early Risers. Ir,
G. V. Earle.
-Tecolored schol teachers of
this collity are earniestly requested
to ileet at the counrt house oil Sat
urday the 18th iist., it 10 o'clock
for the purpose of organizing a
COlOred techeCI(rs institute.
It Helped Win Battles.
Twonty-nine ollicers and men
wrote iroim the F'ont to say that
'or Scratcho, Bruises, Cuts,
WoUnIds, Soro Feot and Still'
Joits, Bucklen's Ardien Savle is
tho best in tho vorld. Sio for
Iurns, Skin Eruptl.ionis nad Piles.
25 cts. a box. Cure gua ranteed.
Sold by liolt, & Thornley druggist.
conreera! 1e.cra V.s
will m1ieet il the variouis townishaips
in Pickens county on Saturday,
August 25th, and orgaize by
olocting ia chairman nil( socretary.
'They shall elect one of their nmiii t
bor, (not, a ponsioner or npplicnilt
for pension) who shall meet at
Pickens court houiise, Moniday, So)
temliber 3d 1900, to olect a counuty
Ch 'iml. Board POIn91.)iolers.
I Timely inforamation given Mrs.
j Georgo Long, of New Str.itsvills,
O Oio, saved two live.s. A fright.fil
t cough had long kept her awake
every night. She had tied many
romiedies and doctors",bult ptOa(lily
a grow worse until urged to try Dr.
King's New Discovory. One bot
tlo wholly cured her; and she
writos, this marvelous medicme
also eurodl Mr. Long of a severo
attack of6 Pn.aum,'oiai.. '.t-phi cures
aro posit ive proof oIf of its power' to
cure all thlroat, chest and lung
thoubles. Only 50e and $1.00.
Guaranteod. Trrial hottls freo at
Bolt & Thoroloy's drug store,
fl Whereas, the mill hands of thle
Norris Cotton muill are very anx.
n aous to see and hear what the re
spective candl~idatos hiave to say,
and as the county D~emocratic exo
cutivo, comittee failed to give
Ca techec ai mee'ttinzg, we Iive inade
C a rraingoment s with thle Superina
e tendenut, Mr. J. B. Meachoam, for
the candlidatos to address the peco
plo3 of' that place on Saturday even
ing I 8th inst., beginining at 3
Yo'clock. Let everybody who care
Ito hoar and see the candidates
come out. Remember that (late,
eSaturd ay 18th inst., at 3 o'clock.
f J. At~oszo BuIow.
e lleware of' Oinitme:mts for Ca..
tarrhi t sat conat aili Mercuy,
as mnercuary wil saurly de-traoy thec senaea of
t. amll and comaple't elr k-raa age iahe n ha 'le
systema whlena entearhig it thraouigha te
:anacoaas suriface--. Scha ric les shaoauhI
ii aaevear b~e uasel ex\cet.t oan praeseirtiin s
arom irepjute.a la v~i - anas, as thled tag
thecy n11 Il. 1lo is ie fl I i1 tiahe gootl youa
, ennf paossibly deiv from tahIeaa. II a Il's
C Xaarh (cure, uanauccneatcared hv 1-'. ..
(ceney &.: Co.. 'i'oiedo~a, I) contaaainas na
[- ameremya ~, antil is taken ianternaaay. :ueiniai.
1direIcjt apo l.e bo ,l :aand aaaaco suar
fee.; si a hue eyv teaa. Ina bt iag liaI[s
1s (CatuaI (Cae h te suareaa/ yo y ' geancinue..
It is tuaen i nternual al is a nuale iaa To.
Ildo, Ohio, by I?. .J. Chaeney a& (o. 'Tuss
Se ci by iDrugi-b , pra'. Ttj . pea rc hol.
ialil's i"'aaily 1'il :aa a'hecc best,
m1 Your Kidneys.
yr Unleattry Kidneys Make Impuire Blood.
t, All the bio.p4 in your body passes through
your kidney; flasey he iutes.
-- ter out the wqste or
impurities in the bloo'd,
.If they aresick or out
of order, they fail to do
oh '1. their work.
ig matism come from ex
0- - ' cess of uric acid in the
kd. etroble blood, due to neglected
at .Kk4dney trouble causes quick or uunsteady
at heart bests, and makes one feel as though
they ha4 heart trople, because the heart is
mn over-working in pwmping thick, kidney
erpoisoned blood through velns and arteries,
or It used to be considered that on ly urina'r
in troubles were to be traced to the kidneys
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
if! byou are sick you can make no mistake
byfrtdoctoring your kidneys. The mild
ut and the p~xiraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamip-Rooc, the grpat kidney remedy is
tsoon realized. It stands the highe# for its
n: wonderful cures of the most distressing cas'e
and Is sold on its merits
Uby all druggIsts in fifty
cent ana4 ne,-dollar siz
es, Youa may bevpe a
sample befIs agly g ,
if fre, also ppfli tel~ng yo o
OQt if yoa hp' hidney er blidder ''b,
Matln tIt panar whanWI(P wr t nr. ,.g
T1 evidence tha ;'KnowIlede is power." is sec o (-Very hand by thu ii16U
!ttatlal and.iiffercit obsei ver; and the need of ediucatirii Is icoming gretiter
Leacl. 3 ear of tile prpgressive ago in which we live, Reali-ing tli fact, by special
Ict of the lwt Legislature an act was passed creating it special school district em
bracing the town pf Pickens. A few months liter the voters of t to district, recog
Auiaint the ieeds aid advant-ges of a Graded School voted a fuItr mill tax for its
MPPOrt. With this financial backing and united support of the patrons of the
chool; it is tie earnest desij e of the niauagemenit to have a prosperoos school, mer
ting the patronago of every individual within ic of it,.
The principal is a Fraduate of N. G. A. Colleg -, Dahlon-ga, Ga., a branch of
lo Stato University of Ueorgia. Since his graduation in, Juni, 1891, ho lia ben
onstantly engliged in teaching. Ie has attended Various institutes and asso( pt
ions, which specially prepare buna for the delicate and arduous duties of theschool- t
oom. For three successive years was principal of Greer's iligh School. For the
>ast three successive years was Superintendent of Yorkville Graded Schools.
Miss Janie Ferguson, m .o was ccoinected with the school the I ast session, will
o in charge of the primary del artment. She is specially fitted r or all th incu.n
ent duetes of this importaurt: position, and rCeds ro further rvcomm:;endation than I
Ler record the past session.
'ThIe denuad for musica; training, has necessitated the ' 9rra.ngement for its in
truction. This deliartiment will be Im charge of a thoroughly competent teacher,
:iving instinaction in both vocal and instrumental music.
This will be done by kindness and reason so long as this ap eals to the pupil.
qot the slightest deviation from any rule or regulation will he allowed. Above all
Iags to be desired in the school-room, is mutual respect betweenl teacheru and I
T'wenty minutes each muorning will be given to devotional exercises. Parents
Ire urged to have their childiren in school at the appointed hour for opening. In
ase of tardinless please sond written excuse. Punctuality is one of the greatest
*equisites to a pupil'u success and advancement in school.
Reports will he issued at the end of each month, carefully grading the puIpil in
very situdy. Parents are urged to carefully scerutinize thestl reports, thereby en
OuIrIIaging pupils and greatly atstisting teachers. A daily record will hev kept of tile
pupils work; the monthly report will be obtiined from an averag.) of the daily work.
Tuition will be free to puimpils liting inside the special district. To those living
Ititside the district the low rate of $1.50 per ionth will be charged, payable at the
111d of eacl monith. Bo.rd van be obtained in the best families very cheap-$61 to
$10 per monith. Persons desi ing board will be given fill I informat (n by a>plyin g
to tle Principal who will ta e pleasure in locating pupile. The school will offer
am lendid advantages to pupils in the country that have progressed aus far as the
couItry school oldicarily a.h% aunes.
.1' T schol begins INAloni:'v, Septe-mber 3, 1900. Parents are urged to place
their children in school at thi opening, as this gives them a muutch better opportu
nity than starting them later.
It is the alin of the ilalagement to have a thriving school, moriting the patrona
age of all, and to this end the hearty CO operation of' all intertted is earnestly so
heitcid, for "In inilion there ii strength
For further information call ci or ddress
W. E. DENDY, Principal,
Pickens, S. C.
Come .ad see fur y 'rself that we are oi efring cu goods at Reason.
lo Pr ics and are pay0i .a ice pWice for poultry of every kind.
VVe hav on hand a barI .,l Of n ice hoimemade molassos tt ".5 cents per
gan :111 Muscwava'do, d5.
Try Our, Good Luck Co:Teo at 5: pe.r pkg.
We ha1ive just receive o . nice lUac of prints. For anything in the
d ry g-:od!S line, notioAn. &c give us a chance.
' TAIO)NE P1Y .
Tho ilm for public se'joo'.s to open is close at hand and we are
prepared to furii sh) tho eh1i11tlron With paper, tabluts, 1.eci6s, slates,
ba lr, &o. A largo amouint of envelopes, Iagal cap paper, day books
As this is a searco time in monoy matters we try to haid!o overy
thing we Canl for the henefit. of our cistom1rs.
We extot.l tie swrap iro: till July loth in order to
hiulsh ()url ear load.
Clean up tho old pots vi'd :toves around your hoise. If they don't
bring much you will get them out of your way. Wo buy old copper,
brass, etc. WonldI ike to have all the old "stills in the Bluo Ridge
imiuntiiins. Boeswax is juist as good as money at 20c per pound.
Our customers know that we cant't be glutted on chickens. So bring
the en 1 inl anv quantity.
octG 99letw. Pickenf4, S. C,
Clark Bros., &
Manufacturers aid Dealers in
AIWoi,%pV 9,,,ol eltLw d CL 3INUUM M arble and G 'rainte M\onun..
mens, Tombstones, mantles,
'u~td 2111m4qu noq ot uo~ Don't you w t nice cAmM
SI0 uetery or residence feice? We
r qulwd J~qn111A 'lP 3j U .10W mA pi i'j411t\1Wt,(I
A("V311 W'qip pi spus a S fiell the bes W ru Iron
"A I npiv,10 " UnCe mad1,
I UsJIAi.,.43 W Juif 64 j~ Ul \Ij i, 1.ClI~jt
W D U! PI IOJW O You wvant at wonlilon01t or.
wn-p Auv japun tombstone? We el li he apr ant (d
ou )p) puy #lnpjv3 j0 2ujj 211loq O0-It
joj plW~njp JflO4(%%f - fiurni.h a better c!asi of wok thani
piq S3ql sl 11 JOA no Ill - anyone elso in tle' bus18in)es. W
Axamv joj. -suogpunj pau~f)m 61WJO sell arything in maljle or Granite
4IAUIpuuUbJ1U~s Ui03lWj 4~)4j1~U) s from it small vas! to a sold iers or
sailors mo iluwnent.
We havo the firest line of de.
signs an(d i les known to th'
trade. CorreI spon1d11(1eno promptly
11 )aAlW 111M In3 JO SA Ianswered. Your's for business,
uvUP*l J)4 60 CLARK BROS., & CO.
*1--puvl b1 M. le"o A verle,
A44II 'dSVjp -144 U1414* JQP~ j 9 PUJA
41A% 11H .vuw Aus IO 61W41 40" ap8r-971!. (reenville, S. C.
aJ, 1U)aJPIli Xunoi( Jo '"a) 24j1fu
143Jh~ JO 11304 $1 AMa8U3J jo
9Jn10o AjjPi~n1 'U D R M
I -- HDEALER IN
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
Ceiling, and Weatherboard
- ig, Moulding, of all
N OW kinds, Loather and
is a good time to sow Ti'u TI, I p soed,
All kind 1900 crop at Mprris', toether
Fruit Jars, largo lot on lni~d yet
of th bost machl ine 111 kimnt Wid at ds of
Lots of hot wenther goods to ENGINE AND PIPE FITTINGS,
Close ofit cheap. See the bargain Also Engine and Cylnder Oil at
in light. Clicoes, Laiwio, &C., ip r' OSt prICes.
short lengths. Goo1 KO ,b at bar. lmol Oil, BotI aW ali
iln piees5 at Morris'. I Buj ld for paintilig, and White I
Meal, Mloat, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Load of Best Quality.
lour >r cash. - s a t o .
*&-Aoaris egn'L chaigp y'ou for vswoo
any more goods in l1O.900A~
A. E Moke i . g,
icklte, 8, C',
LU" g 'h~ue ~?'~v.1 OAlo Enand CylnderUI OilV a~ I
MIL MOV PLOooP ut
NE88 TO COLUMIA, 8. C
VIHAT I SAY I WILL DO, I
Competitors, ye had as well try
o lift yourself in a basket, as to
My desire is to wove goods, not
o get eauli. Shrewd buyers need
to arguing. Each and every claim
nado by me at this sale is just as
epresonted. I do not advertise
omething I havent got. I will
oil in the next thirty days, twen
y Pianos at factory prices; sixty
ive organs; forty-five sowing ma
hines; ten head of horses; twelve
vagons; eighty head of file Jersey
nitch cows; twenty head of thor
>ughbred Jorsey helifer calves.
The pianos will be sold at whole
sale price,for cash. $450 pianos
'or $800;-$350 pianos for $265; $250
)iinos for $145; $85 organ for $55;
75 organ for $45; $55 sowing ma
hine fur $28; *45 machine for $18.
Will sell milch cows on threo
'uonthsw, note, anld anyono buying
t milch cow from mne, can pasture
text suimmer frce of charge, in the
slayberry pasture, six months,
1vhich amounts to *0.00.
It is not so much money that I
Xvant, as to get rid of the pianios,
)rgans, sowing inchinos, horses,
Xagon8 and cows, that I have on
hand. I have rented a store in
,ol tulbia, S. C., and will open up
business thero on January 1st
1900. The goods I have oil hand
mnist be sold regardless of the cost
value to me. This is no fake sale.
[ have theso goods and stock on
10nd, and they will be sold.
If you have got the enal show it
to me anid you will he surpristd
xhat will buy a piano, organ and
sowing machine. A ebance in a
ife timoe to I.ny at whoisalo prioes.
Pianos at $11S.00. Think of it!
l'ho agent's onmiissioms, thu deal
3rs Profit, are all taken off, and
you get them at wholesaler's profit.
Sewing machino needles at 20
ents a dozen ; 10 cents oil at 5
!efnts per bottle.
>8.00 Guitars for $4.310; $5.013
Everything else in the small in
strumenit line to go in proportion.
Come while the goodi are on
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Greenville, S. C.
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large d rove jui:t ini from
]2enniSee, fine, young, soundi(
11d( at living prIices.
W.e dlely comipetitionm in our
Inspection) of stock solicit..
Stables and Storehiouse
jvpr Str eat,
4REE~NVILLE, - - S. C.
Ulgst watyou eat,
It arti Aclil ly digests the food and aids
isture in stron gMaening and recon.
tructing Vt, exhiausted digestive or
ans. ltuusthe latest discovereddigest.
nt and tonlo. No other preparation
an approach I6 In emceancy. It in
tantly relee and rcnnl ures
A ttorniey at Law.
Pickens. S. 0,
Practice in ill the Courti.
Oflice over Enrij's Dr' Store.
IL J Hauuswoi i U. B- o)WON
L.W. PARna", l'iekens, F3. 0'
Greenville, S. C.
Iayies wort II,Parkerv & Rbinson,
A E(Ic'erc - .a 1.,
Piekeol Q. I r., - - Sout h Carolinva
Prtzit C Ie Iin ill Cu 3ts. Attcnld to all
baiJns protan itly. tf.
if"Monev io loal.
DR. J. P. CNRUSLE,
Groeenvri.1h, S. C.
Offico over Addisois Drug Store.
ap2-J 91 f.
11. A. MOR-AN, P, . LlnSSI.NO.'.1
Greesivil, S. c. .... -.
Morgan & Blassigame,
Practico in anl ti cuirts,
D11. 1)BIn1 IKSI ,; l
Office at hil- reie e. . .
homeu place, 41n T lM.tile u y.
llrelb 8, 1814
* phe G'enilh 8. 1'. Ofioce over
Addison 's Drug Stores.
All work goiaramed il) give En-tisfau.
apr~8.97yl. - .
Ltei~h A Stitch 1i 'rife.
Saves iniie. Ilib ; I i (n,. im.
I:roveld, las.n , u*. :i.. I. earen'in early
miu o .tabiil l''0vi .. .\ (:I -: w the liver
toniel up thw -Ykivn-ir. 4 ercl thlanl Qui
oti e. Guiai:ieeud. i - . .'t Vs ug.
gIts. 50e. maiii --1 .00 blot -
Money to LOan.
On im tproveti farm latls i I s f '7:)00
ant upwards. L . i r"p -'i ah in xi l1
years, thtus 'nabliig tihe I'oromwerVi to pay
off his ihlunl btlAInoss wi :o0t ix is tii; his
erop in any oeil year. A Jily 1,
,,T . i Aitorner',
ot 1.7 PQ yI. ii C.
Seven ace1' (f fa- in'. in sIlmsdid
cond(itionl, wxithil len im walk of thle
Court4 bon1w. A 1 -:ti i (,:I m c-nib
tg to loiaste [w. .ib for It.t. for
quiimig piurpose45. Ii iiun-mnh
Apiljy to Er:ink E. Cox,
ultiiP:li6e S. U
Havo your land survoyed, I am
0rcpare'd witi (Ird !as instru
meunts to do you 'a ficat clap-i job,
Alexandor, S. C. or reached by
JVL1,L PA RSONS.
M~isse. oRL . (c C. 0
$15,000 wvort h wort b of Miinery,
Dry Gooer', Not hiu., Ctc , Lai ets'
andc Cht.irn' t3m. Ma is'i1 and
ntiojd v 117 Shu liata, Capti
Clothuing, E tc , ul b (in sulo at
aL GreatL Saeiee th d dmi e muIn,
f the..s of a
jl Itit weu i1b j ~u v ho
sold r(Iudsil of i ny IVcosit.
Big mone~y Save( lvii n a tour'
store for nexit (B) '1.1Vs.
110-1 :/ Nor t h I.b 'i r
(iIMIN\ IiL SJ
119 .\:a SI rmi . 5 . *r. mle,
have consitar.t ly (:n ia ir.d urn
the0 PQeason, aill thei Ila.'t -tye s a
the lowest)~i44i posi' or- es.
HIUKENS R~A I OAD
in Eiit Jueo:0h, j-M
Oni And nitori .JuneI 1:1 2s a~, re
ing Schueda!? 'il beI rli n ; t i1.'' i
Not. 9--Daly except Sinly --No. 10.
lRt'sd Downi. iedu Traiu Hea til
4.20 Rm Lv P'lis'i,. As 7.60amin
6.00 nim A r Easiley' l.v 7.05 tinm
I6.12-1r90yi %iecept iunday- Nho. 11
I pm Lv I'icenris Ar 5.45 pm
1.40 pm A r E~ t h y v 5.0: pm
Trains10 wl~I st op i;tja Ohe oni pr h pff
passenigu'; it t the fo ll. loi X Iu)ssil;46j
lIerpot niIl be ojoca for the recnivlig
end destrariy of Freuight fromi 8 A. M, te
Wc w-Ill nakile i. in yoiui iniet to
matroize7 om home roaid by g ivin g good
ervice atni sI'()ompt. ii.I<ii iliO9.
J1. T. TIAVTI.Clt, (Ien. Mgr
palenessYo UnvtI ~?them ~f in
hot wveathser as well as~ in cold.
SCOT'S EMUL~SION cures
tliqm in S'timmer as int w~intqy,
Itis creamuy ooking~ aM~p ..