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THE PEOPLE' JOURNAL.
- T. C. ROBINSON, EDITOR.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Eitered at tio Post Ofico at Pickens as
c"nlmd-c lass matter.
Tie cost to the United StAtes of
)uttiig down tho strike in the west
is estimated by governinent offi
cors at fully $1,000,000. Tho esti
mato intludos tolograph bills, dop
uty marshals' pay, and transporta
Con and maintenance 'of United
Rev. P. S. Whitman, of Toccoa,
Ga., has given one thousand dol
lars to Furman Univeorsity, Green
ville, which is added to the same
sent by him last year. His liberal
gift is intended to provide a home
for worthy students, male or fo
male, in order to lessen their ex
penses while prosecuting studies
at this institution.
The.County Alliance mot at G las
y ountain school houso, on the
11th instant. J. I. Blako, District
Lecturer, dolivered a very intor
osting and instructivo addrOss to a
largo audience of ladios and gon
tloimn. Tlie ioro tho alliance do
niands are odiscussod aid studied.
the more clearly the wisdom, om
boIdied in them01, appear and the
more deeply the necessity is im
pressed 1upon the )()1e to (.1t
them into law. TIhe addross was a
honefit. to the c'1au4 of the people.
and stroligteioled filei inli l r)i
strugglo for a bottorment of condi
Akll (legalt. dimier was spread
by the good ladies and111 all the pec
plo did vat and were satisfied, sov
eral basket-fuls remaininiiig after
. d Nfrs. .ais lilit oiin
eliteri-htill( al thleir h)1oi nal' l1%.
a partNy of calidatt's almI visit'irs
whl) orelor u )(11 -l xcellelt iilli
alld a 11,a111 re"cept10),
The after nonl wa'Is devo*(ted( to
1 h e 'gull ar <irdlt'r of4 liiiIiH, wil e I
Was properly- Iralsaet(d; perfe I t
harmoily and good felitig preval.
-Ma 0 f*'- -l
\ Il t 10 1li . Orgsi rizailo a ti
at il ilistililt th l i dhm41 iil ig i'ests
le11111 wilsidIe.red liv. b. an.
that it would he be'st to do4 aLway
with thema and l.'t all the eami
dates for State tliret's go intio thI
regullar IDeio 'ra tie Pri mary Elve
t ien. Tllose' who teceive' iii he 11
jorityv of thu vote.s ciast to be tih
Tilhat olur C'oliityV e(lIllllit tei'tini
be' r((eueted( ti ask t he State ex
('eut ive coluini t 4 t ( luSe tolind thir
acth 1 1 re(lirin g 1ll. f(o111natio 1(1,f4
never furi'~shed( withI this retsiohi
tion and bienie' didi not birinig th114
imahtte~r to thle alt ti'ntionl of Stat e
commhlittee,4 whieb miet ini Colum
hia on the 10th instant. By re'
forring to th1e4 tii'st page oft h114
Joua INAL 01ur readers4'1 will see thatn
the Stat xctiveL'l o mmit -
tee for the Re'ofomers aidhiered( to
their formier' action and1( would in
all prIobabi lity have done the sameit
thing even) if the above re'solua
lion had1( been) present ed by thom n
mitteemanll. A t thle first. mee'(ting
the whole matter was t horough ly
dhiscuissed and1( considlered, and I he
comit tIo dlid r'ighit., in1 our1 jud~g
mntI, in niot changing the ru les
Easley cl ub should1( come to thme
coinclu1sion.1 e'xpressed(' in the reso..
lut ions, as a greatI. many Reform
ers appeauir to be (confusedl about1
the same maut ter'. We aisk them
to readL( thIe pr(ced inogs of the
State e'xecuitive comminit-tee, print
ed on the firlst page of the JOURtNAL
anid they will see', that the best
course p)ossib)le f'ori the Reformers
has been adopted1. We must bear in<
ninud that these commnitteemain
voe acting for the benefit and <
>rogress of the Reform movement 1
.nd for the purpose of pr1oviding I
lie host modo of thinning out Re- t
orm candidatos for State offices
o one in a hill. This is the Re
>rm method for selecting their
cket for State offinors and the I
atis, if they do not wish to have I
ticket in the field, should not
>ject to it, but should allow Re
rmers to settle their own affairs
their own way. We .say this
maeh, because we believe thaf, a
consideralo amount of the comfu
sion1 existing among Reformers in
rogard to the organization of their
clubs is caused by the misleading
Rosortions of the antis.
Any Reformer is entitled to be
::omo a member of the clubs, and
it is his duty~to do so, and any oth
)r white mani can also join, provi
dled he will pledge himself to sup
port the State ticket. This is the
extent of the pledge and no Refor
mer should hesitato to join the
clubs onl that account and if our
friends of the other faction desire
to unite with us, they shouldl not
object to our modo of proceduro
and to a pledge of loyalty.
Uncle Gcorge Declines.
SAYS HE WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE
FOR GovERNOR AND GIVEs REA
CLARK's ILL, S. C.,
July 12, 1894.
Editor Registor: I ask spaco in
your paper to publish this lotter.
I am not a candidate for governor,
and as I am tired of writing sopa
rato privato lottors to that oflect, I
hopo this public responso will suf
fico for a reply to numorous uian
swor(l solicitations from strong
m11en1 of all political factions. more
or loss, rosiding in nearly every
county in the Stato, urging mo to
ontor tho gubornatorial raco.
To say nothing of being very,
Very busy with farming operations
and rebuilding my dwelling house
which was recently burnod, many
other reasons concur to prevent
me from standing for govornor,
mly one of which I will mention,
looming itall mufficient..
I am not one of-those who soom
,o think that Edgofiold and four
)f its adjoining counties are the
itate of South Carolina, and thore
oro it occurs to mo that the oter
mla fitnoss of thiings forbid an Edge
ield man should run for govornor
ii the poiding canvass. Edgofield
lily, produco all the Ca'sars 1111d
ix-sovenuths of tho thirty-four oth
r conilitios m1ay furnish most of
ho umiorlings of South Carolina,
till I cannot divost myself of the I
'clief that a niajority of the othor
1utits.9 likowise havo good mato- I
ial. , 0ir 01 of them an abundance
if tfo lmkinig senators, conI
;ismenl~ i judi~g(s, govoernors, or I
IHeini.min'g the manyii high
laces IEdgeflild miin (including
iyselfI) have filled since 1 876, and~ f
ioisidlerinig that she now has a ,
inited Stub-tis seniator, a congress
1na1n, a goivernor and a11( i cu it c
utdge atillyl ini ollice, whilo at t
he ism 1111me she 11as two candi- ni
ors conigress', onell canid idato for a
I IuItenaillit gover'lio, olie candidate e
Ior Sec'retar ff i Stajte, iand still y
ntothier canididalt(' for r a ii r o (a d1(
.om01issionter, if I were to come
inut for govsrnioi also I fear Ilious- ~
uiids of modest 111l1 would marvel
i sutch aud~aous 18iilieimuece.
Thliis geograp hical a rgu men t ini
aiv ir of' assign inig hono1 ra ble civil
listinctions aikini toi a just prloor
I iont or1 rotaltion1, is usually all po~w
erful and1( it ennl nt 1h long ore
most of the undioerling (countion10 of
the State shaltl assert their natural
sun ti ment of sel f-respet. and re
ciproIcal equality iln awarding poli
tical honors. 1Henice, 1 do not cl're
to prlovoko too mutch the fatigued
indigntationt of theosupposed uinder
1 ligs, who, sooner' or later, aiccordl
inig to tile law of all reactions,
shall1 surely combine to retaliate
against Edlgeieldl, and whenl that
rovulsioni comies, as come it lust,
or else all history is a hio, ai gene
rgioni or twvo will likely have to
pass betoro atnotheitr Edlgefioldl man
shall be able to get aniy p~ositioni
ouitsido of his couni ty.
in othe'r words, I can not st and~
01r governoer now11, becaus() I have
too l ively sense of the indlecey
>fa few counties, 01r a few famili
's, or' the same county, or tihe
ame family, at the same time at
ompllting to monopolize the best
ffices of the State.
I smncerely thank my many zeal
maS friends in all parts of South
)arolina for their generous confi
lonce and cordial assurance of sup
port, and deeply regret that I can
tot comply with their wishes at
G. D. TILLMAN
There will be a meeting of tihe
teformors at Six Mile Church,
saturday the 2 1st, at 4 o'clock, p.
Also, a meeting of the Demo- <
iratic Club at the same time. By i
>rder of the Sacretary. c
The Board of Equalixation Con
cludes Its Labors.
The State board of equalization
completed its work of adjusting
the tax assessment on all real
property in the State. The result
is an average raise in the values,
as reported by the county auditors,
of 7 per cent. for the whole Stato,
which is equivalent to an increase
of the value of all real taxable
property of about $6,000,000.
This makes the total value now
The following are t h e changes
made as to the county auditors'
Abbevillo-2 per cent. aldded.
Aiken-5 )er cent.. added.
Anderson-2 1)er cent. added.
Barnwell-5 per cent. aded.
Beauford--5 p-r cent. off.
Berkeley-5 per cent. off.
Charleston-5 )(,r cent.. added.
Chesterfield-5 per cent. added.
Clairendon-12 per cont, added.
Colleton-5 per, cent. aidded.
Darlington-5I per cent. addod.
Edgefield-10 per cent, idded.
Fairfield- 10 pe-r cent idded.
Florence-5 pe(r cent. added.
GeorgetownI-.-5 1e ceilt. a(dded.
Grroonvillo-2 )or cont. iddod.
Hampton-5 por eCnt. added.
Horry-10 ol nt. idded.
Korshaw--13 por cont. added.
Licteastor-5 por cent. added.
Liaurons-6 por cont. added.
Loxington-15 )or cent. addod.
Marion-15 por cont. added.
Marlboro-5 por cont. added.
Nowborry-2 por cent. added.
Oconoe-12 por cent. added.
Orangoburg-10 por cent. added.
Pickons-12 por cont. added.
Richland-5 )or cont. added.
Spartanburg-2.per cent. idded.
Sumter-17 por cont. addod.
Un ion-2 peor dont. added.
Williaimsburg--2 p~or cont. aiddod.
York-2 por cont. added.
The Quarterly Coi ference of Pick
nis Ciircuit. will be h1l at Twelve
Mile Camp11 G round nl TIlLdayi, .Ju
ly 818t, 18941, ait 3, p). mn. .Alnd (ha0
>f Blue Ridge Mission will 1 held
it sm1*1e plaice ()n We(dnesdtay, Au
ist, 1st, 1891, at the same hour.
)flicials will plealse )e rIefsent
>roiptly, so businss enn be i rans- t:
lnCe witli Camp meeting, J uly,
894. JOuN 0. WII~k'oN, P. E.
From H ingu. i
July 16, 1894. ,
As I have not se01n anything c
com these parts for some time I c
-ill give you a few dots:
We had a light rain last nmght-b
rops5 look fine-melons will soon
e pilentiful as thore never was
more planted-grain has been
lrashled, wheat about one-third of R
crop-oats good, everybody is E
~yinlg to kill the grass. Most all
'ill finish their crops this week.
Our candidate has become a
traniger in theso parts, lhe has left
0om0 and we know nothing of him.b
Miss Mullagan opened her school 01
ore this morning. A FARMiER.C
From Nix Mile.
Mr. Editor :You will please an
onneo ini your papeor that there
v'ill b)0 a Children's day, at Six d
filo, on Saturday bofore thes so
ond Sunday in August, andl overy
>ody is invited to como and bring
askets-and the following Sun-L
lay Schools are cordlially invited i
to come and take a part with us.
TUho kind of badges for thorm
to wear. Prator's Creek, dark
bu;Shoal Croouk, pmn; Camp
Crook, brown ; Garvini's Sunday
School Pleasant Hill1, purple.
Re'v. Jalcob Ohapmian died on1 the
13:*th inst ant, at the ago of 81 years.
Hio loaves a wife and several chil
dIronl to mourn his death. C.
MIr. Ed(itor:' We havie had good( a
seaslonis ini this setionl and1 the ai
cropsj) are fine. We ar'e not afraid
to c'omlpare with any section in the ~
We had an all day sjiginlg at.
Damp creek yesterday. M isses~
Beotte iRobinson and( ~ Miss Aur~a
3oldinig peorformed1 at the or~gani,
md~ every body was (elighted with
he music. The class wnsl led b~y
>rofessors, J. C. Garrett,1hob Rob
ns0on, WV. H. Bryant and( others.
'rhe candidates are walkingJ
Iround glad to see everybody, and
>verybody is glad to see them, they S
tro a jolly good sot of follows and
101p0 they wvill every one be elected,.
mnd believe they wvill from what, S
shey say. REGULAR. i8
Powdered charcoal, if laid thick
in a burn, causes the immediate fi
bbatement of the pain- A superfi.
jial burn can thus be healed in c
bout an hour.
ALEXANDER, S. C.,
July 14, 1894.
Mr. Editor: I havo boon ro
luosted to give my views through
your valuable papor on taxes, and
18 S 0 8 Il , o n t s. There is great
irregularity as to tho assessments
of proporty. It sooms to me that
there is a romedy whoroby such ir
regularity could bo mado more
equal, viz: Mako our trustees as
sessors for oach school district, and
havo them go to each plantation
or rosidonce, and assess4 roal ostato
only onc inl four years, and per
sonal property aninally. This
wotld ro(uco the Auditor's work
fifty por cent., which would incur
little more, if ally, oxpenso, ats the
trustoos could do this for $1.00 por
day, and would not- consumo moro
than throo to fivo days. Also.
would do away with the equaliza
tion board, wh'ch is almost uso
loss. Dear readers, ponder over
ovor thoso thoughts, if worth any
thing, then accopt, if not contri
buto it to the idle thought of
Tribute to E. it. Muarray.
At a mooting of the Pickens Bar,
on tho 17th instant, C. L. Hollings
worth, Esq., was called to tho
chair, an(Id T. C. Robinson was ro
questod to act as Secretary.
Tho following resolutions wore
ufforod by Mr. J. 1. Carey, and
Whoreas, it has pleased Almighty
God to romovo from his sphoro of
usefulness on earth, Edwards B.
Murray, and wo have hoard with
lorrow' f of [ho s1(deI 111(1 une0x
poeted death of this brilliant law
yer in the vry primlo of his life, as
an exprosskoi of the sontimnnt of
the Pickons Bar:
lo it Resolved, 1. That in tho
]oath of Edwards 1B. Murray, of
Aknderson, the Stlto has lost on1o
)f her most patriotic citizens, tho
iihurc1h o)n(I of her most devoted
ollowors anid the Bar on of its
>righ(st( adornmenis. 2. That
ro tender to) 1 ho wifo and family
>f thm dv(ecease(l or sincero and
eartfel It. s Npaty. 8). Thatl a co
y of tletse res0litions bo trans
itted by the Chairman of this
looting to tho bereaved wife, alnd
lat the same be published in th
We cordially invite the follow
ig Sunday Schools to meeot with
s at Re-union Church, Flat Rock
i borty Baptist and Presbyterian;
olden Crook ; C a m p Ground
rook ; Fairview, on July 21st, 1894.
Don't forgot to brin~g woll-filled
Iskots, as it wvill bo pic nic.
The following spoakors are ox
3ctod to bo present: C. L. Hol
nlgsworth, John T. Lewis, T. C.
obinson, James P. Caroy aind J.
.Boggs. J. SPEARMAN,
Superin tendon t.
It Shaould Bge in Every' IHoase.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
irg, Pa., says he will not be with
it Dr'. King's New Discovery for'
>nlsumpt ion, Coughs and Colds,
at it cured Is wife wvho was threat.
10ed with Pneumonia after' an attack
"La Gmrippe,'' when various other
me~dies andl several phy13scians had
mne her no good. RobertL Bar'ber,
Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr'. King's
ew Discovery has domne him more
,od than anything he ever used for
unfg Tr'ouble. Nothing like it. Trry
. Free ruial Bottles at W. TP. Mc
all, Pickens S. C. Lar'ge bottles
De. and *1.00.
nd1( liar UP~s .1 1g. Co., of E k hart, Int.
uifornas u s that t heir pr ices will be lower
orm 1S.U tfa an ever. !le wis!~he4 us to astk
ur raude'rs not, to Irehase antythinog in'
lhe line of cairriages, wagn~ bicycles 0r
t ahhuil t o p;.y pbost i.ro ,-n t i.1r 112 pap.
atal1ogue. '. adv'.', $ h: n-ader-, (of the.
Go to C'ox & Soiglor for bargaIns
1 stoves, tiln waro, crockery, 01'
nlythling inl thir line, thir goods
ro) mariiked down 25 por' cent.
Prof. J. M, LOOPER will teach ('ies in
use ; tho C~ourseW of Ilustriuqltions will ('on
si of Voic(e4 Cu 1lu nre, I .iht Sinugingi, Prau.
en of Churchi ato Suidlay School Music.
Ter'ina4 of Tu'it 1 i nf or ' (len das as follhows
ttltdtst inI the Wlenwtaihry Itarinonyv
class4), - - - - $1 .50t ChSl.
hii Wrenl from 12 to 15 years of age, 75 "'
hibirent 12 years itndo youniger, 50 "'
1I priv'ate itol intstrulimintmal les
w ~ill be pleased to fill or'deris
fo nr TnIES, GRAIPE VINEs,
rRAWBER aY PfIAANTS and ORNA
ECNTAL Sn'R UBBERY. I am Agont
r E. L. Taylor's Nursery, which
located two and a half miles
uth of Greenville, and which
filled with Trees and Plants
lited to this climate.
I have been in the business for
fteen years and will help you
ileet Fruit adapted to this cli
kate, and the location of the or
tiard- J. M. TEAGUE,
July 19....m nalton. . C,
STATE OF SoUT CAROLINA,
EXECUTIV E CHAINuI-A.
Whereas, information has h i
received at this Department tha
oil the twelfth day of June, A. D.
1894, the barn of John Ferguson
in the County.of Pickens, was burn
ed, and there being reason to bc
lieve that the burning was an ac
of i nlcendi arisin,
Now, T1cueoi, 13. Rt. Til]
niani, Governor of the State C
South Carolina, in order that jl
tice may be done and the majest
of the law vindicated, do hereb
oiler a reward of Seventy-five Do
lars for the apprehlension and cor
viction of the person or person
who coiniitted said act of incon
In testimiony whereof, I hav
hereunto set ily hand and cause<
ithe Great Seal of th
State to be affixed, a
Columbia ,this Ninth da:
of July A. D., 1894, and in the on
hundred and eighteenth year of th
Indelpendence of tihe U nted State
By tho Governor:
B. R. TILLMAN.
J. E. TINDAL,
Secretary of State.
Chamberlain'm Eye and Skin OLntmen
Is a certain cure for Chronic Bore Eye
Granulated Eye Lids Soro Nipples, PIle
Eczema, Tetter, alt Riheum and Scald Head
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
TO HORE OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powderf
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cur
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correc
kidney isorders and destroy worms, givin
new life to an old or over worked horse. 2
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
Wheo You Visit Greeliillo
You Will Not Do Yourself Justice if Yo
Don't Call at
Mr. Walker haw juist returned fromt Net
Y0 kf, feeling proi of is siccess ini lu
ing goods o very very cheap. He wei
purposely to buy, and lhe kew tlhalt. ie votil
bu1y (I-thituht helteiaper now than his con1
petitors did first- of tlt seaono hUt. hP di
niot expect to have thenilt ahntlost give hi
Glools hotght late met'anIs goois blougi
cheap. Goods bought cheap ueants good
We attemtpt to git'* yotjt prices on i few C
our inny bargain.-t. Wet( heg ytt to not
difference inl prive., and thien conme andi le
11its Ionvne y-ou that what wve ia~y is true.
We iknow''. that. tir prices Aa( -roto i.ou.
hut thiey tare not b~y aniy meanils
We, w..at yott tto talk thtemu.
100) yards Lae, * good value,, at 5 cents
wothI to-dlay one-half cent per yard.
9100 yairds Laee, gotod valueit, at 8 (ets
worth to-paty :i tents.
900)yatrd s Lace, good value, at 1 % wortC
5 cents per yard.
10010 yardts Late, geotd value, at 15 cetsith
w.'orthI to-dany H 00ents.
1000 yards Laces, good valtue at 20 tcents
wthl to-tiny 10 cents.
1.000 yards Laee, gtod vatlue at. 25 cents)
wortht to-day 15 cen~tts.
We here about 250 pieces of Laces wel
worth 2, 3, 4 and 5 cents per yard, thtat yot
e'nn buy at 6i, 8, 10, 12 and 115cents per diozeC
Ovr Entire MILLNERY Stock
Will bte tclosetd out at half price. We har.'.
ax big stoc'k of Straw Hats, in blatck anti et
lored, ini all the neCw shapes, intfats sill
andi lawn Capi.
1000 pieces of Black andt coloreti Millinetr'
Ribbon worth 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, 3!!
50, 160 anti 75 cents per yarti, at 3, 5, i;5%,
10, 12, 131, 18, 20, 25, 30, 35 cents. Nowi
the tiinne toi buy Millinery Goods.
WVe cant soil yon goods to-tiny chea.tpe
titan we couild have 1boughit themi thet fire
of the season. Nowv don't forget w.htat w.'
have toldi you, but comc rliht to
WALKER'S CASH STORE,
81 Mlin Street, Greenv. ille, S.
Jtuly 5, 1894.
Lies ini IBying
i'Tere are certain prices below whieh t<
goodl hontest goods ean be bought. Th'los<
pi)ces ate our's. If you pay3 less you ge
less. No use dotdgiug the fact,
JOHN T. L EWIS & SON.
( d Make our' plaec your h leadquart~iter
u.' bile at Courht. .July3 5, 189 1.
I NTIl ItN.\ I. it I'AVIGNUIC S10lt VIC1,)
Il s~~iti'~l or SouTut CA kor~tA, I
I h'puity Colleet or's Offiee.
ICAsxute, S. C Ju ily 2, 1894.
Thle following descriibo.d pr'opertAy hav
itng beein seized for violattiotn of the Untite
St ates Initernaltut llev.enue laws. tot ice h
hi'elb given thlat. thnA owner or elaimaini
ma11y re~cover' possession of thle samto b3
givinig a satisfactory bond to the (.ollce
totr of tho Distr'ict of 8outh Car'olling
withbitn tirtt days frotm the (date htereof
otheorwlse the property will be declare<
forfteited to I Io United States:.
One Bay Horso Mulo,
Dno Road Cart and Harness.
A bout 10 Gallons of Corn Whis
Sized asi thoproperty of Joff I
Wood and1( James Toagno.
J. P. OUZTS,
4th Div. Col. Dist., S. C
5W TOUR1 R ACK AC OEg
Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing
iIt isneral debi lity ry
RO '8 IRON 11TTRRg.
R wl110.oadotvgoi a''petto. 9ol4
a -r O FE
SMITH & E
'f Will offer for Thirty days the foi
y Suits at a terrlbl
Y Lot 1, 37 Suits, 34 to 12, at $12.50. I
sold for loss than $16.50 and iumy of ti
8 Lot 2, 12 Suits, 34 to 42, at $10. Thi
'Ilis wo believ
t Ever made in Clothing in Greenvillo.
brics aniid nmado by the )Ost tailors that
) isli. A fow minutes s onlt ill exaini1at
0 means a salo. A omo an( soo tlo
Main and WA
May 2.1, 1894.
We carry at all times, a stocli of di
COPPER, GALVANIZE) and PLAL
&c., and are prepare( to do all kin
u REPAIRING, from putting a botton
out and (out elaborate articles and v<
Our prices are always as low as c
good work. Don't have work of thi
or Galvanized Iron until you come t(
When you want a COOKJIG S'101
ELMO, and ILIBERT Y, andi come to
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We are never out of SoapJ- e~
no0w is the time to~ use Soap)- or'
every hodly needs Soap, and
nearly every one uses mlore 01
less Soap. See what we haive',
Fine Toilet~ Soaps. coii
White Castile Soaps.
Shaving Soaps. on
Carb~olic Disinfecting Soaps, thy
Ball Pota!sh, to makeI~t soft I
SOap- (though wo neverP preY
tend~ to Soft So~ap any bodyn
rTowVels, Br ushes, Combs,
P~erfumiery, Face P~ow)Vders, V
for' hot weather.
f2iir Call and see uts,
. W. T. MK'FALL.
July 1st, 1894.
LE E P. ORR, -d te
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FRIEEMAN IIUILDIN(*, PJCcKENs, s.* c.a
Ain now readly to (d0 anl kinda of wvork in dea
rny lino. Ins~tantaineouts process atnd finish
ed in latest and muost popular styles at low
est pices possible for first-class work.
I\ 3T OF
llowing lots of Fine Frock
1ne of this lot has over been
iem at $20 and $25.
1lot was sold from $15 to $16.50
B aerific e
h'1 (Owls aie of tho finest fa
cul gOods perf'ect. in fit and fin
ion of theseO numbers wo think
L~ & Bristow.
ington Streets, (reeville, S. C.
:t A L %T3
f'erenit sizes and weiglts f
N S1EET IRON, ZINC, TIN
Is of Sheet Metal Work and
in a Coffee Pot to making
!ssels in the above metals.
an be made consistent with
kind done, nor buy C)opper
> see us.
Insion House, Greenville, S. C.
i remember the IRON KING,,
see them. May 5.
rn <con ye Nru~,O or ~o ac
',eX 1isv t tt bce,, 41 o r stu
l7natuon or 1 anlv ( ati Io e irried i r
thr. Writn for frce .EtI'nI hook sent~aatedl
f. V E SEE D CO., blasonic TOrnle, Cuhca.AG
,J'itIJG s'roum, Ot~asley Station.)
LIT TLE T HINGS.
.ittle drops~ of water', lhttle grains
tly aiml is to .save y'ou a little on
ry' ting you buy of me, and these
le somethin~gs make the diollarvs
1r awhiile, for' instance, I sell Ma
's lUlacking, the 10c., size for 5c.,
I the 25c. black PepperV, 0. K. 1 c.,
1 aesof Pins for.
desfor 5c., alway,
a pice Beautifl I hat
(ells r yard. IElen's
kinid for 5 ct) Clo-th .i ,- ..u~I*
hi coillars and cufCifs, for) I ana even
Vomtan's ox fords that would be
ap) at I I.5,0, for a dollar. A Jot
\lis ButtIon Soes, N os 1 2 to 2,
i bargaini. If you cant use', these
pr)ices areC really1 leafs1m g.
'anglefoot Fly P aper cattches near
dil of them-fouri shet fo~r a ne
If anty are left, try one of my 20
have about 200 lbs of home-made.
>alcco. It's in the way, comae and~
love it at 10 (cnts per' lb. I have
of m1anuCfacturled TlObacco that Li
tiredl of looku at. I)on't forget
Flouir ain)i good Coffee and Sugar,
211 cet Alolasses, and~i Hoodl's
sapai llII' Ia at 85 elnts.
tut up th.e little man-hoe wants
", IIos W.:', ('ni .:x aI n ",d Eaas.
I~tC 2 19..T. 0. HA RRIS.
~. L. DOUCLAs
~3 SH~O uzE
4 .P POL10E,3 SOLEs.
- LAp7ES -
'SEND FOR~ CATALOGUE
tause, we are the largest usa
rtised shoes in thie world, r
'tlue by stamhpinug the nante
bottomu whtich protct s you
is an1d the milddleinan's pronl...
1 ciustotm work In style, easy fattitig and
-lng qualties. We have them~ sold every
renat lower prices for the vt lie given thtan
ather make. Trake no substitute. If your*
Ir cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
l'or s ale by
T. McFall, Plckens, 8. C.
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