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The People's Journal.
Dr. Randolph Dupriest, of Gal
loway, N. C. was in Pickens Tues
Mail carrier, J. W. Adcox, has
moved into the old Leslie houso,
now owned by W. T. Moars.
Hon. A. C. Latimer was in Pick
ens last Thursday shaking hands
with his many friends and admir
Irvin Miller, living on the R. A.
Bowen place, near Pickons,says he
ato waterinelon on the lt inst.,
There was more than enough
'watormelons in town Saturday last
to supply the demand. Thoy wore
raisod in Pickens county too.
Gordon Langston, of Wallialil,
was in Pickens last week visiting
his brother, John T. Langst-on,aInd
other relatives and acquain tiancos.
Mrs. M. K. McNeil, and (aulighi
tor, Miss Clara McNeil, of Perry
Avonue, Grenvillo, S. C., Ir() so
journing for tho sumilmer at tho
Waddie McFall and wife, of
Winston, N. C., paid a visit to
Pickens the latter part of last
wAek and wore guests of Mr. aid
Mrs. C. E. Robinson.
11. F. Farmer's wifo was thrown
from a buggy Saturday evening
just east of towii aid received
very painful, though not consider
(d dangerous injuries.
James Hughes, son of J. G.
Hlughes, killed a 1)1uo crane on Ju
ly 2d which monasure(d six ferst
throe inhes from tip to tip. fivo
foot one inich from ond(1 of hill to
end of toes.
A. B. Durham, of Forsyth coun
ty, Ga., near Commini)g, arrive( in
Piclcens last Wednesday, 1st inst.,
ov a visit to his brother, L. R.
Durhai anid other relatives. He
will bo in this vicinity some two
Capt. R. E. Steelo owns among
one of tho finest farms on the Ke
owee River on which tho histori
cal Fort George. (Field) lios just
blow Birches Ford, whore all lov
ors of fish gonorally visit during
the summer months.
Two ministers of the gospol, so
they claim, of Latter Day Saints,
or Mormons, from Utah, are in
this county distributing printed
matter at each whito person's
house, who will accept it. They
have boon on the Keowee sido the
LMarried, on Sunday, Juno 7th,
1896, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Will iaml Sini
gleton, Mr. WV. E. Pace, - of Pick
enis county, to Miss Fannie Single
ton, of Greenville county. Mr'
Elias Raines, N. P. pierformend the
Bonnie, a little son of Mr. Perry
Field, fell fr'om an apple tree last
'Thursday and sustained injuries
that necessitated the presence of a
phy'scianl. Dr. Earle was son t for
andi atoended the sufforor. A lirge
cut was made in the back of the
boy's head w~hicho requ iried fouri
stiches. ie was getting oni all
right at last accounts.
The Carol in ian is a new Ipl'r
p)11ubshed at Senec~a by Mossrs.
Capers & McWhortor'. Vol. 1, No.
1 is bofare us and it is a icely
got-ten up, we'll piintedl andl very
reaanble journal, and should re
ceive the hearty support of Senoca
and surr'oundling comnmuntity. A
town the size of Seneca without a
ne0wspaperO is not mtuchi evidence of
A large and ttt ti ve congr'egai
tion grooetedl Rev. .J . E. Foster at
Seconia last Sundaliy. Tho( Saci'a
ifw'nt of the Lord's Su1pper was ad(
iiig will be Ihogun at th is churichi
Sut nan mi A ugust. AllI membn ers
are atiii' cuilarily ri'ueisted to lhe
priosenIlt on the Saturd'(ay pro'ceed
ing the first Suinday.
Pi'of. .J. L. Murph roe will sing
at Concord on the second( Su nday
inigJuly. An all day singing wvill
bo indulged in and everybody in
vitedl and be sui'o and briing well
filled baskets nnd stay all (lay.
Prof. Mur'phroe trusts all his old
classes will be present, viz : Anti
och, Mountain Griove and neigh
boirhiood simgor'. IBring books.
Candidates are invi ted.
Died, on Monday, June 29th,
1896, in the 76th yea~r of
his age, Mr. D)aniel Looper.
Hewas stricken with paralysis
some ten days previous and gr'ad
uially grow worse until the end
came. He loaves several childron01
amionig whom is our Mi'. Tyre
Looper, and manny friends 'to
mouiin his (lOath. Ihis remains
vore interred at Nine Forks the
lay following his diemise.
Some confusion has arison in
oferenco to the time candlidates
>r county offices are required to
lo IpJledges, and to set the matter
t rest we will quote the rule as
uid down by the State Executive
ommittee. It is as follows: Can
*Adates for the General Asembly
and for county ofhces shall, 1.0
afs pr'eviou~s to the primary eloc
ion, file with the chairman (of the
. )unty executive comumitte at plodge
awriting, to abide the result oif
me pr'imlary and support the nom
A largo criowdjwas in Pickens
Wolf Crook and Roanoko school
will begin July 13th.
Koowoo school will begin next
Monday the 13th inst.
A fine growing rain visited Pick
ons last Sunday evoning.
J. J. Wakelin, of Central, was
soon on the stroots sale day.
Dr. W. F. Austin will be i i
Pickens from July 18th to 10th,
B. C. Baker will pay you c'Ash
for your jury and witness tickets.
The rogistration books wil I be
open Monday arid Tuesday of
Mr. Gus Day brought to this of
(ico last Monday two well devol
oped cotton bolls.
Dr. J. J. Morgan, of Dacusville,
is reported as being prostrated
with bilious fever.
Dr. John M. Cronshaw, of Ta
blo Mountain, reports having 111(a
rasting ealrs on londay, 29th of
ariedCI, by Rev. W. . Sigle
ton, On Ju Ily 5t1h, 1S96, 1r. . .
Dnc111 to I iss L. A. Dunicnu, all
of Pickens county.
Tho public schools of H augood
district will on on the 20th day
.July, 1806. Miss Margaret Wel
born will h1a1ve chargo, of the Ha1i
The Rev.El ijah Roper is at Olo
noy church from Georgia and he
and the Rev. J. V. ermillion aro
carrying on a serios of meetings at
that placo this week.
N. L. Long, representing the
Schuylkul Mills, of Philadolphia,
was inl Pickens Monday and Tles
lay in the intorost of his coni
pany. Ho loimiciled at the Hotel
At the election of Trustees at
Dolonoy school district, No. 86,
3aturday lth inst., the samo old
board was ro-elected, viz: A. K.
Edens, J. D. M. Keith and Dr.Jno.
Miss Essic Earlo is visiting in
Anderson county this week. She
ill be tho guest of Miss Gussio
Norris, a classmato inl Converso
Dollege, a large portion of her stay
I take this method of thanking
my neighbors and friends for the
ikindness siown io during the
icklnoss and deat h of my husband.
May God's blessing's over rest on
them. EuTzAm.Tl S. LooPi:.
Mrs. Mattio White, sister of Mrs.
J. T. Yonnigblood, of our placo,
who lives iln Oconeo county, and
who has been dangerously ill for
somo time, is much better and
D~on't forget tile iemen at Koo
wee chuurch on Saturday, thle 18th.
Thle following speakers will be
present: Hor.. Julius E. lBoggs,
Capt. R. E. ie, Maj. .J. M.
Stewart, Mr. Joel H. Miller, Rev.
W. G. Mauld in, Rev. B. F. Mur'
phroe and( CI. E. Rd.inson01, Let
J1. D. Ross,of WVest Palm B3achi,
Fla , and a son of our' Josse Ross
has been visiting at his old 11omo1
inl these plarts for thle past week.
if. avorduhpois goes for anythli ng
we would say that the Florida cli
malto greatly agrees withI him. Hie
leftL Tuesday morning for hiis
M~r. T. c. :Robinsonl, our eoditor,
camoE ini last Saturday evening
from his caimpaigunmg tour, le
will bo0 hero the romlainlder of the
week, but 01n Mondaly he1 wVill sho0w
up at Sumter with thle other can
didlatos ondoeavoring to knock thle
other man51 out in his r'aco for State
Superintondant of Edlucation.
A family re-un icnn occuredl at
the hospitaiblo 1hom11 of Mr. W. R.
Garrett on tile 4th inst., and ac
cordling to tile r'eport of our friondl
Mr. 0. P. Field, one of the guests,
ai mloro glor'iouis four ith hais seldom
boonu spent in Pickons county, Thel(
occasion wais enhiivenied by sweet
strainls of music by Mr. and Mrs,
E. C. Bolding, inl which the~y aro'
very proficienlt, Mrs. Bolding proe
sidling at the organl. TIhe inner
mlan was carefully anld albundant..
ly looked( after by tha hiosts and
over'ythbing that heart could( wish
for bot11h to eat, and1 drIinkl ini plen1
Ly nad hoartily .onjoyed b~y all
pr1oseont, Mr. Garrott hafs a fino
farmi and( knoews howv to run a
farmn. His crops are uip to anuy. A
grander timo0 could hardly have
been hold( in thlo county before.
By the kindlnoss of our c'mtom
porary, thle Se'ntinoel oditor1, J. E
Iloggs,thle repor01ter' of tile .JoURiNAL
took a seat hes5idot him and went
to Thor on file 4thi. We found a
largo crowdl there'. T1hoe speaker's
were H~on. J1. E. Boggs ando Rov.
for abouL aln hour and made a
imostL favorablie( im11pressionl andl
speech. Mr. Harden mado(1 a short
tailk which was wolf received. The
dinnior hour arrived1 and1 all seem
ed to h)0 ready an~d an~xiouis for it.
Wie (lined with that gocod, chis
tian gentleman,Mr. S. R. D)ay,and
did the bountiful repast justice.
After dinner tihe sinigers and~ chiil
(Iron reOpaired to tihe chulrchl andi
had( som1e fine music1 10(1 b.y Prof.
Leslic. We noticed several cand(i
dates inl tihe assembly and aill wore0
a smile. The day was a happy
one anld will long be rememlbered
The l'ickens Comnty Democra(1-1tic E,'xet
utivo Commnit'eo met last 31oulay an3I
wao called to order by (lte Chairman, WV
On motion, Laban Mauildiii was electe<
On motion, tho following freetlig
were appointedl, aid tIle cant(lciats fo
Congress al33( Solicitor illvite(l to shIre
the people, 10 Wit: Ceinitl, E3asley' 11m
Pickens C. 11. The chairtmin wvas 'au1
thorized to name die time for huch imeet
On Iluo(ion, each eanuikdlle Is requlire(
to Ie Ils pledge with Ihe r ; m:lrniuim:t 01
Seciret iy atL lel 4 el 1113-1 bei ,re (-e
pi in'ary elect iloo, al-zo it' .t elhe l it
be asses-d tOi i Is(o pa% for ticke.
0. ltotioll, Ohe folilowing mveet 1ig,
were aplipointed for itleV3atites for -i
Legghitme and i e vario is comit v olllee
v'iz: En-ley. An I st 18th; Ce ti-al, A1m
gu-.;t, ]ih; yhad ( orve, Angust, 20th;
Tb 1) .lI 1 A e tait, I AgrliA. 21si; I'ieke ,
C'. If., A ui- t 22d1.
A 11incidon walS pre1qen)I* nsking for a
votinttg . p.c(imt. ii the p6 -arv electjioi a1t
Norris ( o ii M ill, u% bich almot ion,
K':i.lt Ieiocratic 4.1clh is rVIte.uete:- Ill
lieeft lit their 'otintg oi llt. on the fol
lowin~g myst wi( - fo 1 h' 3e itun-pot e of
July 15; t I ts laine4, .iday, 17; 1.oopl
fer's Gm, SaItula.y, 1,1: l'Mer's Creek,
M'lula *y, 20; l'umpkintown. Toestlay. 21;
lit 3)'.Vwedline.,lvay. 2-.; Mlile Ctrek.
'I'litisday. 2:'; Six .\ill, I-'r;d, 21; l'rn
ter-'s Crk. atrt:h:rda , 25, Libiert y, Mlli
tay%-, 27. Norri Cotlena Nill, 28 At. I 1. m.1
Centra-;l. Wvejlnesday, 219, Calhomm, P-i
diar., :11. Pickens ('. II., first Mo liday ill
The chlaillun-m, W. A. liamih01on. Iven
dered Ii-Z resignlationl . wh-11'e1 onl 111'io.nI
wa 3 necteC(~)V, :n13. d1. T,' lioggs wa.;i elect
edl -n his steml.
()n mo1(tionl.:nljourill.4 to mlect, on the
lirst. Mlonthy inl Auguist .
.olon1N T. IBoo(s. ( 'hi'rm3.
LAIAN NIAU'lDIN. Sp.
Mr. and MIrs. L. P'. Craig an1d
family, of Seneen, S. C., are visit
ing Mr. W. S.Craig and family, of
noar Stowart, this week.
Tho voters of Palestine (ist, ict
ict Saiithiy, 21st (of Juine, and
elected tru1stees for, that district,
viz., 'Messrs. D). B. Alaauldinl, J. E.
Bridges and W. B. Freenan.
Old mieni in this coniluinity say
that they never saw crops look sc
flattering at this ti me of the year.
Cotton blossois wero abundant
by the 20th of J'ine.
Dr. W. F. Austin and wife, of
Seneca, passed through this part
of tho county, Tuosday, 30th of
June on their way to Whitowater.
F ANY .
Now is the Time!
YouI will nieelI frt it jiars, .ielly 1in lers,
good stong vinegar anl flav'orinlg, I
lave thm. Al.o sticky 'ly paper adl
t1rnip seetl. I Iave Som genin(1131e m11us.
eavlo 1m1olasse.. A few ba rr. 1s CollimonI
Iiolasi'ss at yot'ur own*03 price. CaIeiell
goods, tobICCO aid So'l-the Wil Cat
at. 4 cent-s a baIr.
I would like very Intel to showv t!he la.
(lies my stock (if dry geodS, (ashieres,
brilliantines, screeslawnsP K's, snit gs,
otings, &C. A heatitiftil line of calicoe's,
very3 best na'vy blue a35 t 5 cents.
A b~argeini in fethier tickiieg that wvil
hold (il, 3( and tn arer t~heeting-.
liig 3t (If ldiids :( (anm ost ics. Ma
10e1m3 are0 (13sh (or harteri' al I wan(t c(orn
eggsv chtickents, heeswaV1X ande hatn333,
I wvill saveO ymt money30 (on 'h.1.
You wvill 13m( me3 for IV awhile at thi
T. D. HA RRIS.
J. 3 %.) Pickens, s. C.
It wiM lpay you to visuit thhi
storec whenci in Green vile.
say it is the C('1 P S
PLACE in town'.
A. J. JONd ES,
Agent Stanidard Paitterns~l.
iRegistrationi Not ice.
Boforo the first dayl (o1 Auiguist
189)6 the registr'ationl b)ooks shal
for not loss than 0one n1or mor<3
than thre d')(ays inl aIccordan3ce
with law as8 follows:
Easloy, Wded ay08I and3( ''i Thus
day, July 1.5th and( 16th3.
Cross Plains, Fr'iday, 171h3.
Looper's Gin, Saturd(ay, I1t
Potors' Crook, Mond(ay, :i(t h.
Eastatoo, Wodno31sday, 22(1.
MilI o Crooctk3 TIhursday 3~, 2nd.
Six M\ilo1, Friday, 2.t'h.
Priater's, Creok, Saturday, 2.5th
Lihorty, Mondlay and1( 'i~'sday1
27th and1( 28th, up'to I (3'cloo I
mn., Tiuesdlay andl at Norris Cottoi
Mill at 4 o'clock p. mi., of sa id day1
Contrali , Wodn~osda and11( Thu rs
(day, 29th and1( 30th.
Calhoun, Friday thle 31st and a
Pickens, C. 11., one woeok ini Au
gust and Septenmbor tnachi.
All person01s aro' requ ired'( to ap~
ply inl person for registration.
.. WI. FauNI:n,
J. '1YRE Loo'Elt,
Board of Registrationi for P'. .
The h)ooks will b)o opon1 at 9
Offiee at his* resideonce Main3 Str'eet.
Marchi t. 18'.1.
Bids will be received at my of.
fico on the 27th day of July for
the keoping of tho poor farm for
I the next year. 4.11 persons making
apIlications for the same must bo
prosent on that day.
IMiss Williams, daughtor of B.
A. Williams, will teach the schiool
at KNings school houso commienc
ing next Monday the 13th inst. ""
A in announc ionts for candi
(Ites aro strictly cash with ordor
for 01io sanw. t f
I hlereby annlotintee Iturself a1 Candalihte
for Congrea&ss from I he third Con (gression
: tistrieI, subtjIe lct to the act ion of the
I vvtioneer tInyw f as a:t n ilate for elee
ti( I ) k -e I , y- '-1 Con1gress from the 3d1
Soo .I (' C ro.'.. * i irit., si1Ihj'ct to the
volen ' t - i v-in aiie Priinntr..
A. C. IATIM Elt.
P!ON. .1. W. iOWi)EN, of AlnIerson
cot. ,.y.-. is he.-ehy %nnt tit l a~edIs a Iratol Iidhtte
1 :4).' 4, 1 "''tess front 1 he :"d conigressional dis
'ts jet to t.e 1161i1r1y 414c1tion.
The 11:a1y f: i4.n4ls of JOSPI I. L. K ICITT
hereby1. intne itn s at vatlitiatev for
Congilres 4s, subijei-t. 14 11141 voters of t :141
congre1'tssionai~l ristrictt inl the prinliary Ove
Thel( inany frivin(Is of I IE10) WILLIAMS8
herebly ai4n111441 him as it enn4ithate filr.
re-election to thet. Hotme of elieresenitaitive,
Si'iert' to tite voters ill the 1ril11atry (('C
The 1nany friends (f W. A. 11A11 1TON
here1! >y a141141'O hin as 1 411neidate' for ilte
Iu- I oow4) f liepresentative, subject t the
rowe-s ill the primnary election. *
A t. the solicitation of inan41y friensi, I
hlreby' 11.1o4041(tn ituIy-e1f a entildlitiat4 fr41'
the4' IlI 4ttse of Riepresenlt14t ives, 541a41jecI to
the voters ill the I' prin'try electin.
Jose', 11. 31 I1..-:n.
Thite imnly friends of WN. G. MALI N
twreby, announce hiini as i a niaitat for the
S141use of to'tpresett ivs,sttject.tt he vo
trs in tile primary election.
The many frivt'is of C. IF. CAlHIC N
TEIti hereby 11111 tteO him 11 a titid4date
for tihe lo1se of l-opresentatives, sub1 jort
to tile voters iln tilth priI1tuary electiOll.
GE01G1 1 H. PIlNCE, of Alnderson, S.
C., hereby annout11w11011es 1ie1l111S4f ats aI caali
dat1e for Solicitor of 1e14keiglith elreuit s1h
ject to the voters ill th Ieitiocrattic prina
I hereby ' n111110111e I1yself entlldifiatet
for Solicitor of the 8th judlicial circuit of
this State, sihject, to th deltnoeratic pri
inary ele tion. 1. M. SI[UMAN. a
I hereby 1110111 e ysel f 141 4naliidatU
for re-election to tite office of Solicitor of
the 40h jtIlicial cirtuit of Smuth Carolina,
subhject, to th action of the dentioreratic
party in the pritinary election.
M. F. ANSEL.
Cotuity Su leriliteltelt of Elt'luntion.
The ntiany frietnds of DRt. JOHlN M I.
CII CNSJIAW heV4ivreby annoince4 hinitas at
can111idate for- County Sutperintencint of
41l1ntioll, su iject to t h4o voters in thit: plri
The iaalty frivtids of W. W\. F. BRIGHIT
ireby atinounce hit a s aI 1 ni ite for
the 4tlie of Coullty SuperintenIent of Etd
tiation sli jIeCt to thl voters'1 ill h priuia
Thlt 14nanyI frient14is of' WA~lit CN I)
.1ON ICS herebyiI~ 1 ann14ne him4(4 1 a11 a1 nt 11.
<tlt foriii C ooner 4of Pi'kens4 count y, subijet'l
'Te nliiany fr'ientis (If W S. P~A ISON&
herebyi)3 anotair144e 1hin4 as8 a latoi4ia11te for' 14'
T.iIio luntl4y fr'i4'4is oIf 31AT"I'[1I\V If[EN.
D)IIC KS hereby'il announc44(e 1hi11 as ai caiti
jec4t. to1 the Vote'rs ill the pr'3inary4) ele'tin.
'1Te 1414 1ry fr'Icials olf 1'. I". LOOP)1'EIl
The1 14u1tny fr'itnis (If (, ). JIFi4i re'
spetf(Illy ann114 1tn4Ie h144 11s a4 et'litte' fto4
A IlT herebyi13 ann11ounce'( hin1 as8 a4 ('11441ichtte4
fierth' li. '1liof (Coluity~ Sup(ervisor, sl hject
Ill thetV IotersI inl till prinntryV1)134 ele1tio. *
'il'14The iniy fr'ientds (If JIESSEIC 1. 1t0SS
441li1e o f ('ounity3 Superlvisor11, subijec't to (till
The14 (44iny frien'14d oIf .1 ()H N WY. T1'!FO1..
AS , 4of I:4astlto To)'I wnsh4 ip, hetrebyi an1
nonneII' i' 1as a4 cant4i14htte for' th ill ien of
Shlerilf (If ickens'1844(4 couty, sub Ije4t to th4e
ve.ter's' in tile prlinnlilry eleion444.
Thet V ter oIS(f ickens(l4 (oty3 r'espect' fully3
date4 f4'or re1-I'letion11 to Ihte ofie o14'(f Shleri If of
Th144 444111'y 1'ri'4nls iof W 31. .1. I 'ON I )EII,
the41 411i('e oIf Sherl3 if, subhjetL tihe voterC1s in
Clerk (If CIurt.
The14 11111ny fr'iends( (If 31A J1. J. 31. STIEW
djidate' f4or Cerk'1 (of Court1'(, subljec4t to tile
pinn1414'trelectionI of P'i4kens( ('ounty1 . *
To) thle ' vot.ers (If Pickens ('ounty4, 1 144r4e
byI annoutwe14'4 11nyse!lf aI I'nt41litie forl th1e( of
1141' of l e'ik of Cou rI, subljec't. to) thei. v'ter 4S
144 ~ Ctilt)III1443 )4tt rtrer
.1. ii ..\'IC Y K EN N EIC Iit hlereb1y an4
4tie o11'(f Treasurer44il (If Pic4kens4 4outyt., sub-1.
jell to1 I IIw voters4 inl tile pronaryi'3 Ceetiont.
TIimI numy113 friend1(i (of (.1. W' ASI I 13OWCN
11mr41hr anmainee11( him41 118 a vlanidalIte for
'T'he (4mny41 illa (If WV. 11. S IN N I4TON)
111'll'1 Treasu4rerl (of 1Pic ki'us ('4041ty, 5141h..
We'I, 4144 frietlis of .~ 'T YoungliootI,
' lectIm 114 II the. 411li41 of (ounty13 TIrealsurler,
To4' th4 voter jof141 Pien coutyI4hre
J. D). Cunwa'oNi.
- for' till 01lie' (If Countyl3 IITreasure'r subijet
114d1ty, jItiigI'tw4', a1s14 (d1o as'o4( woubit wisi
to he donle by3 in my43 conditlion.
.J. A I.(Iz() BnowN.
1For County A ditltor'.
The4 many113 fr'iends1 oIf N. A. CI 18'l'SO
P'4)ter, restiltfu I)lly anounenl(~l hi a
'anlI~t) 114 or. Cre-electio t of.. 1 Cthe, te
ollien of Cuty Auditorl, subject, to thei
routerl inl tile p~rimalrv elect,ion. *
Wo are opening up the best line of
Ladies and Alen's Illats.
''i ware, G1 lassware, Crockery,
1arness and Ilardware,
T ver shown in 'ickens.
'1'hey are bought to sell, and we
invito you all to come.
J. Me]). BRUCE.
1835 WAGONS 1896.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
11. C. MARKLEY.
And Every Variety of Fine Carriages, Buggies, Carts,
and Harness, HardwarC, Paints, Oils
'Greenville Coach Factory.
G W. SIRBINE, Suporintendent.
NEW SHOE SRAE.
MiLERi & CRULKSHA~k8
Withi a newv and well selced stock of
L ai an G-entlemen''s Fi ne Sh oes a speciaty .
No. 105 N. MAIN STR EET, Creenville, S- C..
L9Agents for the W. L. DO]G LASS Warranited shoes. )ct3mn3.
Now Furn iture!
Wo r'o makin~g addl~itinns to our ouir immonsol5( stick diy n
when yo nee)nw, choice' good ~s, kindly1 drop101 ini and1 lot usshw o
through our stock. We soll th' very lest goods the country allords,
and1( ofor them11 LLL na t reakably closo pices.
Westfld~ and HelIams,~
NearL the Court 1House.
feb20t f. Greeniville, S. C.
We are gladl to say that we certainliy have had a rush this far
this season, and 1hop) it wvill conitinuot.
We will endeavor to keep our stock up util i all are supp11lied
with the latest novelties in hats and bonnets ini the market.
Call beforo you b)uy. We0 guarantee ouir hiats will surpass any
in te city, prices mlodlerate.
We wvill offer special bargains in meudiumt and lowv pricdo hiat
for next week.
S Misses Rogers,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
anrV4ml i06 Collec sitOret. (Under Onera Ilouse.) Greenville, S. C.
A. G. Wyatt,
EASLEY S. .
JVIE W GO ODS
Just arrived and Cheap. Come
an( see them.
"yThose who owe me will please
como and pay without further delay
A. G. WYATT,
oct3If Easley, S. C.
Summer Coods Displacing
Coods of Spring.
McAlister & Beattie,
Dry Coods, Carpets, Mat
tingS, Oil Cloths, Cor
nice Poles and Win
Onl r l price. kevi goodrs nioving. We
11y ch11. we Sell heap.
()n every Tuev-lav, TI'imrselay c. nd Satur
day. we re li new gooljS . Ihereforo ail
goI.< 1n our shelves ar ireliable in style,
:1; well as (iuf:1liily, it(] always at the
L.atest L owest lrcs
SOME I 1 111S.
New Ida ,a:.., plain : colored, jist re
ceiverl. l1 uch n ir stil value.
1,010 uge.-' t Towe , at. 10 cents, well
wwri bt 15 eenlts.
I~~arWe enti e 5 e n ift '-..00. Poles
if W it-s th ii o~tl l 2 v
to ( 111g ( I tl. (n at iv at . 1- ei.I
L,:divs 'orse.t, Nvaints, at *,I, regutlar
\ve sell lt "ropyi, Ihe Ist, Corset
inl Ainwriena . 5 cet1
\hite a: NavSy fOn ek, ait 10 Cents.
Scotc I~a as, t 1.1 ens
f4u. i (il. e y i , very: 1lain3, at
i cents, sol inl Ne v Yoirk At 15 vents.
('heek Nain,:mok tiiluitlvd) at 5" vents.
Table4 (il ( 'loth (11hik week) IS cenlts.
($()()( asa-mninen1 f Il'rchal, Ullmle.
Jute(, ('nvgonls., Dh'niin4 :1114 the usuial
oir(s for iep rp.e
'"if vonl nie- Carpiety(Int can buly thetnIl
f4o)rI mahl. r : v lue.
Dry Coods and Carpets.
Telrphn41e No. 87.
1P. s.--ltterick Patterns.
Il E ST.TE E .'I '4 I . ,N.\,
Iv .1 It Ni: -:in , EsqIuire, lrolmto
VIhereavi4s .1. .\I siwait '. '. '., 1m11le
su4it t4) m1e lo gran1t 1111 hitu LettIers of Ad.
4 n148is r-itiion (if till eslt 44 ()( 1o1f 41 effects
o)f ILie ny A. A .\b-xamlr. <h-n14 sel.
ith ll( ai4 l s ing lar it e ai l anIidicred
eIens4Il, I hai . I h4ey he 14o44 a plu-ar bfr mo14
inI 1lw (1'44rt of 14l'rb tc, toI 14w be'h1 uit,
IIl4y of Jul 443 MInXII, nexI, after4 pub14icat ion0
hiereoi f, at I I 41'clock ini thei fo4renoon1), to
-Ihaw 1:onlsi, ii anyi? theyI hauve, why the
aidi .\<liniistr4at1ion44 shonh 44414 h41 o1
4i4 Ililer~ myi liand1,1 is 19th1 day~ oIf
Jluni. I SnIO inl thel 120 yelar of) 0ur 14nd1.
In ord.er that you may grow
We reeommend for your con
siderai'tion theO use of COTTO1CN.
SEED MICAL, with ACid Phos
phlato or Dissolved Bone. This
Chea pest and Best
IF'rtil izer on the market.
(Call ali see us andI got our
l )ricCe bfore bulyilig elsewhere.
Cotton Oil CJo.,
I am now~ selling Goods at
Calhoun, S, (C. Will sell
the lch eal) f'or t he sil ver.
(Come aid see befl)Core youi
bl~hy. Yoll's trlily,
my r A.J. BOCCS.
II I Ill I). lI';s N II ),1II II
C. reei'll e , S. (C.
()li' over irrue4' &S )iste's 1)irng Stor'e.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
,II.\ Ni iA SKlI'1,12 we ~ighsn aboult 1000
144141nalis44 awl will 914rv mare4 at' Il 'ickenas for
T it I 31111IC, is fou years 3 ohl'4(44, wveligh
14b4out 1inn p44umis and41 w1ill serve maliiresi a't
(ottblin4gs ( 'll'lk frini for4 "4) f(or a colt.
C. L. Holline'sworth.
I ee. 5, 1 895.
Just Received !
A larige llt of men.1 and4( boy3's
I keep a full line of
If AlNESS, COLL1ARS5,
!Eg- I pay4 cashi for huidesi, watx 4and tal
W. MW. (GOOIUlTT.
Succesxsor tou (ower & Goodlett.
102 Main Street, (Greenville, S. U.