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The People's Journal.
LOCAL ITEM. d
Dr. W. F. Austin will be at Pick- d
ens court week.
0. T. Miller is teaching a flour
ishing school in town. It num
bers 44. All advancing.
Auditor Christopher is receiv
ing returns quite lively, consider
ing snow storms and blizzards.
Miss Eliza MoCaslan left Clin- t]
ton a few days since to accept a tl
position in the city schools of Co- a
Miss Melanee Thornley, who has
been spending the winter with
relatives in Anderson, returned
The Secretary of State has is
med a charter for the Lockhart
Wills, capital stock, $50,000
rohn.C. Carey is one of the direc
Mr. J. D. Morgan, who has been ai
n the mercantile busiless for sov- fi
iral years at Mile Creek, will at an T
)arly day move to Central to sell w
Rev. J. E. Foster and entire S:
'amily except two children are P
sick with pneumonia. Mr. Foster ti
is dangerously ill and there is lit- h
tie hope of his recovery. B
The Greenville News of -the 7th tF
inst., says: Jere Looper, of Pick- ai
ens, was in Greenville yesterday
exchanging recollections and jokes
with his many old friends. t]
During the blizzard last week er
the prisoners in jail would have oi
suffered severely, but Sheriff Mc- C
Daniel is thoughtful and suppli6d A
them with additional blankets and 01
H. B. Hendricks attended the o
Republican convention in Colum- P
bia last week as a delegate from P
Pickens. He was appointed to 0
serve on the committee on creden
The Anderson People's Advo- P
cate says that on Tuesday of last J
week a colored man was robbed of P
$32.60, by two white men on the
railroand track near Six-and-Twenty N
Tretaurer Youngblood's office is T
not crowded' with tax payers. Over si
one-third of taxes are yet to be M
collected and the time will soon
expire when they can be paid
in the it
sank vs. s
A. Hen- ),
., repro- ,
P. Carey og
- ;. Roper's
the field with his father, fell o'i a si
snag and seriously snagged himslf J<
in the howels, nearly disembowel- L
ing him. Dr. G. W. Earle sewed ti
up the wound and he is now doing 12
The sealed sentence of Marion
Revis, convicted at the AugustT
I ermI of 1898 of dlistiillie, was~ 0op
ened and funnd to be nineo months
in Pickens jail, from which two
months dluring wvhich he has been
confined under bench warrant was
James M. Burdine a prosperous If
farmer and prominent citizen of P
this county, died at his heme near nT
Easley en the 31st inst. H~e was
about fifty-five yea~rs old and had it
been ,. great sufferer for several st
months before his death, lie wV
leaves a wife and several children c<
to mourn his death. e
WV. W. Price, who has been for si
more tham. a year connected with ci
The Columbia Register as cam-p
paign correspondent and city edi- t
tor, has severed his connection ti
with it in order to taste again of f,
the delights of country journal- bi
ism. Ho has purchased the Pro
gross, a paper published 'once a
week at Cleveland, Ga., and1 will bi
pioceed to make it hum. et
Goodloc Davis colored and his a
wife Polly, lived near Pendleton.
Jasper Arthur, also lived near.
Nowv, Jasper had suIpercedled Good- b]
loe in Polly's an't etions, but as
there is n19 divorce law in this
State, Goodloe had to be gotten) ti
out of the wvay some how, so a hot- si
tie of whiskey with "rough an w
rats" was put in a convenient oi
place, and wheni the said Goodloe p
partook ho was "laid-low.'' Polly ti
and Jasper are in the Anderson d
jail charged with murder, p
The attention of our readers is
calle-l te the quarter page adver- "
tisement, in this issue, of J. McD). si
Bruce, successor to Hlagood, Bruce e
& Co. Mr. Bruce is a young busi- t
ness man, of sterlhng wYorth end V
wvill treat you right.. He deserns, C
your pgatronge and is bidding for s
itane his add. will. testify- With t
every 50 eent cash pulrchase you c
make with him, lie will give you, r
free, a 25 cent package of "Presto" A
the great inagical washing corn- a~
pound. The business of Hagood
Bruce & Co. is being wound up by j
him, and if you owe the old firm e
anything he would like to receipt c
you for it. You will confer a fa- r
Voy on him and THE JOUNNAL, <c
when you make your purchases, to a
state that you espw his add, in thisIa
When in need of School Books (
all on John T. Boggs Liberf-f S. C.
We see that Governor Evans has en
ecided that dispensary clerks will Io
ave to go after March 1st, and theco
ispensers will have to do the work ab
We see that Greenville is get. ar4
ing up a petition to the Southern g9
ailway to run double daily pas
inger trains between that point o
uid Anderson. e
The Greenville News says that to
ie United States court docket con- pe,
dns between 250 and 800 cases Th
ad court will be in session two or in,
iree weeks longer. m<
Married on the 7th instant by an
3hn T. Lewis, at the residence of pil
lquire Price's, Thomas Hagood to 4.
[iss Lucy Clayton, (colored.) All o
the town of Pickens. o
This snow and cold spoll is the ow
Ost general for years. In the bu
yrth the thermometer is way be. thn
w 0, in the west the snow is not
irty inches deep on a dead level, pu
id the orange groves, and in all
et all vegetation is killed. by
rains are blockaded, rivers frozen, go(
ater pipes bursted. fro
Mrs. Gresham, nee Miss Sep 16
loan, sister to R. E. Sloan, of go(
Dndloton, and Maj. Ben Sloan, of to
Lo South Carolina college, and its
isband and son were crossing we
road river on a ferry boat at mn
ish Dani, in Union county, when gel
to flat was in some way ovbrturned tui
id sho and the son were drowned. no
A charter has been obtained for on.
ie third of the five new mills to ra
i built in Greenville this year, hit
6ys the Greenville News. It is CO
ke "Economic" Manufacturing all
omnpany, with J. H. Heyword, G. roi
. Norwood, H. W. Cely and oth- to
a as corporators. The capital I'
ock is $50,000, with the privilege t14
increasing to $260,000. They do
ropose, as soon as the weather ba
armits, to begin the construction tui
I a $100,000 mill. th
Boll of Honor. bei
The following subscribers have pri
xid their subscription to TmE jcl
DUINAL sinCe tho last roll was lik
William Ellis, J. E. Parsons, th<
r. T. Bowen, A. J. Boggs, A. D. rai
ann, G. W. Earle, 0. P. Field, las
aniel Mills, J. B. Simpson, W. m<
Nalley, S. F. Robinson, C. E. coi
mupson, W. J. Koiley, W. W. tui
cWhorter, J. F. Hendricks. ti
The county -alliance will meet "
Pickens C. H., at a call meet- a
*g on Saturday February 16th at ,aE
a. im., f or the purpose of elect- 5,l
g a delegate to call meeting of
bate Alliance to be held in Go- i.
L'mbia the 19th inst. Delegates i
ho served at last meeting of w~
>unty alliance will serve at call pr
Griffin & Holder bought four cog
eers from Mr. Wilson Brown of Thi
>cassee, weighing 5063 pounds, tha
te first cattle that has been in tir
his community for a great wvhile. thi
:r. Brown caime to Jocassee three kei
mrs ago and settled on rather sci
aor land and commenced farm- an
ag and tradmllg and raising stock. bli
ho first year he made 10 hushels ta]
' corn1 per aera on 20 facres, hast
ar 200 bushels, and 6300 this sti
mar. He says he aims at 75 bush- no
s, por acre, he was told by his ini
sighbors when ho camne there he mi
mlld not raise corn on sandy ch
ad with manure, but he has gis
rovedl it by e>:perience to be a |
People say (thait never has tried pr
) we have not got a grass and an<
ock country. Northern men say up<
c have a better stock and grass ing
mUntry than they have. What pIe
ecry farmer ought to do is to get sie
to best breeds of every kind of ccl
ock and then keep only wvhat lie th<
mn care for well, and always im- cal
revo what he hats. Five cent cot- in
>n is the best friend we have on ra]
tat line, grass will grow better in
r stock in the future thani over to
iforo. 13. HoLDER,. eel
Any tendency to premature th
Lidness may be p~romnptly cheekc- OEn
1 by .the use of A yor's Hair Vigor- scd
on't delay, till the scalp) is bare stui
ad the hair-roots doestroyed. If
3u would realize the best results, nd
>gin at onc~e with this invalua- ta>
0 preparation- ah~
A young man in Iowel, Mass., w
oubled for years with a constant
Ic2ossion of boils onl his neck th
as comp~letely cured by taking
tly threo battlos of Ayer's Sarsa- n
rilla. Another result of the i
'eatmlent was greatly impr~oved(.
igestion with inacreasedl avoirdu- I
lenic vo0 .JoI)IN AT l IEADE Ris.--Them yoi
OPInxAL is anxious that its Subt- ha
3ribers shiould have the adlvantage we
f (overy good tin g going, With pk
bis~ end in view wo have arranged cli
ritlh The H)storiman) Publishing aga
So., of S-pria.glioid, Ohio, for a
uipply of yently suibscripltionsH to
heir great mionthaly, "'Tua AMFR1I
AN FAnM Nm.ws,"' which will be g
resenrted I.REuE T(O EVERY PAID) IN m
1AVANcE smiscribor to the JoUR-ti
a no use to Cl)5a or discuss 5 cent th
utton, I have a nice lot of milch ta
ows for sale and if I can ntgt~
y price I am going to take some
ne else's. I also have some horses to
chdi m1ules running the samle gm
Ct r. nrmLN~o.,... h
rhe tomatitutional COUventoM.
Es there any good or help to
no of this convention for Pick
a county or the State? Will
no of the wise heads of the
nity tell us what they think
out it. The longer and
ore thoroughly these questions
diacussed the nearer we will
at the will of the peopie.
['o begin with, after the question
white or black supremacy is
tled there are but three other
portant changes that we ought
ask for, for as a rule the more
>ple ask for the less they get.
e three things I refer to as cost
; the county and State more
ny and time and worry than
r other is the railroad tax in
kens, the two frequent meeting
the legislature and the educa.
n of the negroes at the expense
the white people.
qow there is not a taxpayer in
county that has not felt the
den of this unjust railroad tax
t amounted for several years to
rly as much as all our other tax
together. The total sum of
this railroad tax and cost paid
the county would build us a
od cotton- mill, and the profits
m this mill in ten years would
r for another if run right, but
tod of doing the county any
>d the whole sum is forever lost
us for this railroad did not vary
course six inches from where it
uld have gone anyhow, and the
re I think of this the madder I
. We ought to have the consti
;on so changed or amended that
one could vote or compel any
5 to take stock in or build any
lroad or any thing else against
will and then turn it over to a
poration. But the law should
ow everybody that wants a rail
td, factory, mill or anything else,
have the privilege to build as
6ny as they want and pay for
)i just the same as the farmer
is when he builds a house or
en. This change in the consti
,ion is not hardly necessary for
) protection of the present gen
tlon of tax payers for wa have
m bit so badly that there is no
)bability of any future railroad
kome ever controlling anything
e a majority of the votes again
ring our time, but unfortunately
same fools that allowed the
lroad burden to be placed upon
are now probably raising a few
ire young fools that may got the
inty in like trouble in the fu
e and this change in the consti
Aon will prevent the recurrence
this monstoer blunor.
Dur legislators in both houses,
d all State officers should be
cted for four years, and the leg
ature meet once in two years,
less convened by the governor
case of emergency. This change
uld give us more time to im
ve our farms and homes and
re us a deal sight of trouble and
rry over a division of Opinions
3l also a large sum of money in
it of elections and legislator.
ore is such a thing as governing
Speople too munch, we some
rues change the laws so frequent
ut no one but the lawyers can
3jp up with them and again we
rcely get in one sot of officers
dl law makers before we are rub
ug up and fixing another met to
to their places.
Vhe farmerucis have pr.ieent thr- ir
ength in controling the State,
w lots prove our wisdom by lay
down all prejudices and select
our host men to make the
rugon in the constitution and
'e us a rest in safety.
Schooling the negro--as the no
tes have their own churches anid
sachers and their own schools
1 houses and persist and insist
n voting a different or oppos
ticket to that of the white peo
I can't see howv they can con
tently object to suppoi ting their
001 teauchers too the same as
y (10 their p~reaichers and politi
leaders. It is commendable
the negro preachers for themi to
ly their brethren to take a hand
the coming convention. I like
see them desirous to help them
ves but they should not stop on
way. I want them to back
~ir own politicians and preach
and back and pay their own
ool teac~hers too. Don't under
nid me as being opposed to free
bic schools if we can be allow
to name the Achool that our
money shall go to, for I am
rays willing to help educate the
ites but it goes "aigin " the grain
me to he forced to help edlucate
negro who I know will use all
force of this education against
and mine and good govern
nt on every occasion.
n my next I would liko to re
wv some of our oxperiences with
pot-hag and negr-o and scalawvag
rernment for the benerfit of the
ing voters of our county-it
i en nearly twenty years since
freed ourselves from this de
'rable condition a~nd there is a
mece for us to drift hack there
Thue Alliance Called.
'in response to a request of ail
neemnen from various parts of
a State I hereby call a convon
>n to be composed of two (1l1..
tee from each county alliance to
held in the city of Columbia in
o hall of the house of represen..
Lives on Tuesday, the 19th inst,
8 p. m.
"The object of this meeting is
take mnto consideration the
iestion of fertilizer supplies for
e coming crop and such other
binnt na pertain to theagmric.l
tural interests of the State# Whe
ever it is convenient the count
alliances will hold meetings an
elect said delegates, otherwise tli
eounty presidents are hereby at
thorized to appoint. -
"The expenses of said delegat
must be paid-by- thie pounty all
ances. It will be well that u
orders for fertilizers be place
until after said convention sha]
"Other agricultural i organizi
tions and individual farmerh, wh
feel an intorest in this matter ar
cordially invited to participate ii
the delibmi-ations of this conven
tion. "W. D. EVANs,
"Pruddent F. A. of' S. C."
WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
The condition of the treasury shows:
Available cash balance, 8142,288,802
gold reserve, 8428;045,888.
The annual dinner of the Harvard
club of the district took place at the
Bhoreham, Washington, Wednesday
The Spartanburg Headlight states
that South Carolina is being flooded
with worthless kerosene oil by the
Standard oil trust.
The third annual convention of the
wholesale druggist of the south meeto
in Atlanta today. This associatiorn
was organized last year.
The United States treasury Saturday
lost 129,000 in gold, $104,000 from New
York and $125,000 from Boston, leaving
the gold reserve $41,490,333.
The credentials of Mr. Perkins, of
California, for the unexpired term ol
the late Leland Stanford, has been pre
sented to the senate and the senator
Mr. Fardell, conservative, has been
elseted to the house of commons for
Paddington to fill the seat made vacant
by the death of Lord Randolpl
One hundred and twenty-five repre.
sentative Michigan lumbermen are on a
southern tour and will spend several
days in southwest Georgia looking over
the lumber region.
There died at Sylacauga, Ala., a few
days since probably the oldest Rerson
in that state. She was Mres. Elizabeth
Mizzel and her age was 114 years be
yond all reasouable doubt.
The president lent the nomination ol
Mr. Rotert G. Denig to the senate t<
be chief engineer in the navy. Mr
Denig formorly occupied the positio,
of passed assistant engineer.
In order to avert a crisis in the presi
dency of the reichstag the members o
the centre propose a compromise it
creasing the powers of President vo
The British parliament reassemble
Tuesday with the customary ceremt
nies. The session was opened at
o'clock by the reading of the speec
from the throne.
It is worthy of note that the tot
cottoa ,receip~ts Tuesday at August
Memphis, St. Louis, Cincinnati an
Houston were 11,534 bales, against on1
8,987 on that day last year.
Mrs. D. Gill, of Baltimore, wife of
wvholesale lumber dealer, dropped dei
at the Arlington house, H~ot Spring
Ark., while walking out~of the diniri
room. Heart disease was the cause.
Frank Atkinson, of Peoria,.Ill1,
patent medicine vender,; reeily iii
Ihis sister-in-law, Lena Sitter, killin
her instantly, lie then shot himnse
fatally. The cause of the act was fan
At the North Carolina departmentc
agriculture it is said there wvill be a
increase of 18 to 20 per cent in tobacc
acreage, and at least 25 per sent i
truck. There will be a considperable h,
crease in rice,
Thle .steamer (ienfengos. 'ua
.-no~th, ofth . kCNwl Yorkl and t'uba l
81 for Santiago via Nassau, strands
shortly before daylight Feobruary d
near Harbor Island. All saved.
W. B. Ryan has received the ap
pointment of general eastern joini
agent of the Mexican T1~ri'rational,
Inter-Oceanio of Mexico, Mexicant
National and Mexicaz:'denitel' ltses,
with headquarters ini New -Yorkv
Edger 0. Snyder, a well known
Omaha newspaper man, has been ap.
pointed private. secretary to United
States Senator John M. Thuiirsoni. Mr.
Snyder willecontinue his editorial worki
at Omaha until the next sesslop of con
A resolution has been introduced pro'
vidling for the appointment df a cony
mission under the direction of the see.
retary of war to make preliminary sur
vey and submit plans and estimates
for the construction of a ship canal tc
connect the south end of fLake Michigan
with the Wabash river.
NASHVILLE'S DAY OF FJRES.
Two L~arge Jiuiding. Gutted at, the Sasmi
Hour-The Losses Hetavy.
N A $1uvi 1-.5, Te'nn., February 12. --The
building occupied by Marshal & Bruce,
one of the largest publishing houikes i
the south, wasI gutted by firo ye'sterday
afternon; loss about $50,000i fully in
sured. I 'resses, hook-bi ndery and1 the~
forthcoming issue of the oity directory
which was abnost readiy for distribu
tion, wvere en tiriely destroyed.
W~hile the firemen were engazged it
fighting the Marshal & Bruce firec, an
other broke out in Sul-zbacher Bros.
procec establ ishmuent. Trho building
was saved bunt the contents amountin6
to about $10,000, were destroyeid.
QUIET WITH THF, _HAWAIIAN S.
Thie Minister of Foreign Affair. Teitgrapi
'Ihant Alt ise Serene..
WVAsuiNo-rox,, Februar-y 12. - lon
Lorin M. Tihurston, the Hawaiian mirs
inter last evening received the follows
ig telegram fr'om IF. M. Iftch, H1.
waliian M inis;ter of Foreign A ffairs
Honohtlu, F~ebrudi-y 2, i895.--Hon. t,orin ?M
Thuraston, Hlawalian Minister, Washington,
All quiet, trials progressing smoothly. 9uoee
to be tried Monday (4th lnst.). Cranetl
(Amerienn) ; Muller, (Germad)an4dJohnsto
(English) dleported por Wag'~noq,.-oor Qonspir
acy. Cranston andl Muill- r 1KbU fiiplicated
with conspiracy to use dynaumite. ; *
POPU LISTS HOLQ THt DALA NCE
Another Acquisition to tihe iiepubieam
Strength In the United states senate.
WVAsHIsoTON, February 7.--Anothe.
acquisition to the strength of the re
publicans in the senate was made yea
tot-day in the person of Mr. Clar-k, e
WVyoming, who appeared and took th<
oath of ofile. The senate nowv consist
of 87 members, of whom 43 arc domc
orats. 3J9 republicans, and 5 populist.
WHY THE N.IANO W. FAILED.
d flatement About the Receivership of the
0 great Virginia RaOirOad.
o PrLADELPIA, February 7.--A bill
for the appointment of receivers for
the Norfolk and Western Railroad Coin.
U pany was yesterday filed In the United
* States Circuit Court for the Western
o district of Virginia, at Richmond. Th
d application was made before Judge Co;
and he appointed Frederick J. Kimball
and Henry Fink as receivers of thq
company. Mr. Kimball is president of
Failed for Over Half a Milion.
0 PITTSOURG, Pa., February 12.-The
e ourt of common pleas yesterday on
- application of stockholders and cred.
itors, appointed Henry Warner, Esq.,
receiver of the Linden Steel company.
The company's statements show as
seta valued at 0685,000, and liabilities
S485,000. The money stringency and
inability to realize have caused the
proceedings, which are regarded as a
step leading ultimately to the running
on the mills.
No Buoy Where the ibe Went Down,
LoNDoN, February 12.-In the house
of commons yesterday Mr. James
Bryce, president of the board of trade,
said, in reply to a question, that the
government had no intention of plac
ing a light ship or buoy upon the spot
where the Elbe went down. The
ounken wreck, he said, was nearer to
Holland than England, and if the spot
was to be marked the work should be
done by the Netherlands government.
Wominlation of W. M. Campboul Rejected.
WASIlNoTON, February 12.-The sen
ate committee on the judiciary yester
day, without division, ordered a report
rejecting the nomination of William M.
Campbell, to be United States marshal
for the district of Minnesota, made Do
comber 5th, inst.
New York Treasury Hlalanees.
NEw YORK, February 12.-''reasury
balances; coin $07,810,000 ; ourrency
HOW EVANS WILL PROCEED.
Will Perform Some Act as Governor and
Call Upon the Courts to Enforce.
NAsuvrLuc, Tenn., February 8-H.
Clay Evans who took the oath of office
as Governor of Tennessee on Wednes
day does not appear to be in a hurry
about asserting his right to the post
tion. No legal steps have yet been
taken to compel the delivery of the ex
ecutive office into his keeping. Mr.
Evans' probable course will be to per
form some not required of the Gover
nor, then call on the courts to enforce
his authority. Some of his advisers
- have urged that he await the conclus
f ion of the investigation to be made of
alleged frauds by the legislative coin
i nittee appointed for that purpose be
fore making any further move. This
d advice is founded on a belief that the
)_ investigation can be turned to Evans'
s advantage In spite of the partisan bias
h of the committee.
L1 Al-E.I\NDIA, Va., Febhruary 12.
t., General Montgomery' Corse whlo served
di in Confederate army during the war of
.y the rebellion died in this city yester
day, aged 709 years.
a As Yet No Election in Oregon,
Ld SALusM, Ore., February l'.-Yester.
Se terday's senatorial ballot was without
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral
"Some time sinice, I haud a severe u
attanck of asthmna, accomplanied with a 91
distressiiig cough and a general soreness
of the joints and muscles. I consulted o
phlysiolans and tried various remedIes, 0
but without gettinig any relief, until I|
despaired, of ever being well again. o
Finally, I took Ayer's Cherry P'ectoral, 0
andi in a very short time, was entirely 0g
cnrced. I can, thmerefore, cordlially and o
confidenltly commend this medicine to 0
all."-J. ItOsF.LLS, Victoria, Texas. 0
" My wife had a very troublesome
eough. sheo used Ayer's Cherry P'ecto. O
rai lid p~rocerd immledliate relief.".-- 0
I. IH. P'onnimcz, lfumphireys, (a., 0
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ?
Received Highest Awards o
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR o
FOR THE PHOLKS.
SAxes aro now inl order, and
we think we have thle best, but
-ar'e not cortain--we wvant thio
-Pholks to try them and seo for
:themselves. We also have a
lot of Farining Supplies and
Ca rpentor' T1ools. Wagon Ma
ter'ial and~ House Furnishing
Goods. Lots of Shloes and Hats
and~ a few pieces of Heavy Jeans
to dion out cheap.
A aiew lot of Clothing and
other Goods for the Spring trade
to arrive next week. It's no
use to say anything of prices,
they are just right.
we have just recel
, For the
The prices on the greater part<
We never had so good a 75c. I9
Come and see the line--we can
P. .-We keep all kinds from the cheap
Remember that you can get thl
Home and Farm and the People's
Journal one year for $1.25.
Notice to Claim Holdexs.
I will be in the office of the
County Commissioners, on the
25th instant, to issue checks on
the Treasurer for money collect
ed and applicablo to claims
against the county.
Notic of Final Nettlemllenli.
I will apply to J. B. New bury, J uige
of Probate for Picketns colmt y, . C., for
leave to make a fnai l settleiiient of the
estate of 1.1. J. Aiitholiny, deceased, oi
Ae I th dilly of Marcih, 18915, aid ask to
Lbe dismiised as administ rator.
J. 'T'. ANTHONY,
Adim'r. with will ainexeid.
Jani'y. 31st, 1895-7fe 3-lt.
We t(eed that little money yoiu nre di<
us. Comiie an14d se1tle low.* We told yoi
wvhen you got the golols we could lot
mthldige you long. WVe sell aii. shor
settlemlieits becatise it is b1st for $ou im
for us, come an1(d settle ad 11(lav(t trouble
Youri for butter times.
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
.January 17th 1895.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious aind
fatal diseases result fromt
trifling ailments neglected.
D~on't play with Nature's
If you are feelintp
out of sorts, wve;k
and genetrathy ex
~~ anid can't wuork,
begin at ontcetak.
Iing the most rel..
Iron autcmedkinte,wicuh i.
JBrown's fron lit-.
ters. A few hio.
B tters me frm h
cr vry first dose- it
'I.~- pepsiai, Kidney an.
Constipation, Bad Bloodi
M'aIlat-a, Nervous ni
* t only th le ui ne04- It hiar. er
* n~(I reClt of awo
0. WV. 0. Ilardman, Sherafr ofi
Co. w. Va., applrecites a goot
and1( does nlot. heiataito to sur so5. 1
almoltst prostralted with a1 cohl %t
procutred a bottle of Chamaberlaiun's
Rtemedy,~ I o sa~ys: ' It gave 1110
relIef. 1 1111d It to be li oan iniab
liy for conghs and cohlM."' For
['aisley; flall, Sloano, & C'o, Fort
finter & Boggs, Liberty; L. Rt.
A Desa MOheS womhat. rho hasi
roubled with frequent .Oial, COneC
o try ano old remedy in a new wa)
secordi1ngly took a tableSpooniful
timies the usua11 ldose) of Chamber
Cough nemed0(y julst before goIg tt
Tile next lorning she found tia
coild hamd almost entirely disa~ppe
During tile day she took ai few (dos
tihe remedy (onue teaspoonful at ai
and at night, agai took a tablespo
before going t) lbed, and (1on tihe f<;
ing morning awoke free from all 4.?
tomsl of tile cold. SInce then she ha.
several occasions, used this remet
like manner, with the same good re
and isla mchl elated over her dlscove
so quick a way of curing a cold.
sale by Dr. G. W. Earle, Plekcca; I
W 'att, Easley; IHall, Sloan, & Co.,
Hull; Ilunter & Bogge, Liberty;
E aton. Central.
ved a splendid line of
New Year. '
f it are loweor than they wore.
:nife and Fork to offer you before.
p~lease you now.
of the Big Watch, near the Court House,
Greenville, 8. C.
cot to the finest.
We will commence our
BIG SACRIFICE SALE!
Iteember now Yeht everythAg ill be
done to antisfy Our uostwmerP that thIs a
no) advertising scemunt nimply to mislend
or in !Iuce you to
Come to Our Store
We Invite you cordially to visit our ore
thile our closing out sale is in progress.
Thits lied Letter Sacrifice sale will be
continued uintil our Stock of Winter
Goods, and In fact. nl Woolen Goods are
Never before have yon had1( an ortu
nity like thl t buy Dry Goods, o tions,
Seoes nud Millhei ry at
Your Own Price
Nearly. Now dou't i s tbis golden p.
portunIity for we mean wvhat we say. We
recognrize i fact intht goods are already
As far a preoits are concerned, but in
*order in turiu sein of our goods into
money, owerl Prices will oen made by us
Nhan you ever heard of before.
ionu't ask us to charge any goods for we
can't afford it when we n cel1 thema at
Cost and Less Than Cost!
Lay Your Weary Head!
On one of nay 5te piliown..-ilhey weigh
33 p)ounds~-4.'aod Ie.ithersi, best satlict
tIcking, oinly So. a ece m supply limited.
N'ew~ goods of all ki idsl comnuug in dlah~y
I have never been able to make Ihe prices
more( inlterestin'i;! i'or I.'t- *ee, rauther
than miss a tritoh will anke you 7fb Ar
bulkle's Parched Boffee for a10 doiar, or a
20lb of G rainulated Bmugara for $1a.
If you nueed a few pailr of shaoes to car
ry, you thruouagh, we will Ilike you on
Jleust a little cohl weather Jenns left,
the prices nove Ith fs.
Plenty of Clotinug cheaper luhan ever!
I sam expectIng ani bunnuuse lot of Car..
pet Rampailes this week 1 1 to lI ydl lengths
of tIne liraussels Carpet lng. 'i'hei pice
will be 25c.
on your N'eed Oats,
Sspot. en:-b or harter.
Pe1aI, izgs- ai a fewi
* T. D.HARRIIS.
Ifckens, S. (I.
da'rs. IEmily 'I'hojne, who r'esides at -
ot able to p~rocure any tnediche
I auua1tisml that relieves thne
ekly and1( efl'eectually as Cham a.
n Hal m, nad that she has at!
latne back wvIth greatsulece~
r. . W. h'arle, I'ickep'
. Eaisl3 i~Il. Slotgn. & I Aans
Iter & ioggs, Liber - cent.,
itraul, ~ ,Lb7om one
beerinceoof - eoh is now
influentilal and . ~ ahntn
I with intere :' uary I1. - Dr.
the 2ountr' ~ andidate for Gov
beet to vir. to deliver here on
tuatisn m - Ist., a lecture on
nl 4. ~'~ e ig Vegetables Destroyed.
o Rerereached twelve de
Fam ebruary. Everything in
pe:e1 ato is destroyed.
* ~. x~: 41e the Charleston %tutiding.
ofjji he treasury recommends an
i .o' tional appropriation of $40,000 to
ecumplete the Charleston pubice btild
'Pg. The limit of cost of this building