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The. dit 91 th% 0o94IKa. has a4vaced
MoNe&y, il 0r4a. to osst the paper to thE
subsoriherm aa4 sew R1es4 his .;. ii
you *a a friend to the pslrii wish,11.t
mcceed you will at-delay further in pay.
iug your arrearages. Those who disregard
this notioe, noy. expect their nanee to be
stricken trou.the.spaling list.
TkMei* eak.4oes aot know. who I
good peye lw w'4IR6f but will be gove
ernod by thbo .en he giiis to out
off subsecribers. and the editor is'' Ndden
rtferror . .
Remember that you oan get the
Home and Farm and the PeoPle's
Journal one year.for $t.26.
ROLL oF HONos.--John T. Lang
aton, John I. Williams, D. B.
Arial, W. H. H. Arial, W. B.
Jneiia E.'kennemur, J. T.
Cantrell, E. B. Riobardson, J. D.
M. Keith, J. W. Brock, J. B. R.
The above is a list of the JoUni
NAL subicriberS Who paid during
4gtg.rst week in November. We
will continue to publish the names
o.those. who pay and each week
we hope the list will grow. At the
end:ot. the year we will publish the
names of those who are two years
and more in arrears, in- order
to let tham know that fact, and
save us the. trouble of writing to
eachone ot them, as directed.
W. H. Thomas, of Six Mile, has
removed to Georgia.
B. D. Stewart returned from
Greenville last Saturday.
See Endel's advertisement on
fta pagef ed'read 'his figures on
T. D. Harris has something for
bia cuPtomers to read in this issue
of the JOURNAL.
Waltor L. Gassaway, cashier of
thgpAmerican Bank in Greenville,
was in town last week.
J. D. Cureton returned from
Westminster last week. where he
has been working on teeth.
Thomas Madden, was killed at
Salem, Oconee County, on the 1st
instant by Thomas Alexander.
See the change in the advertise
ment of A. K. Park, and take ad
vantage of his reduced prices.
JT. WV. Brook, of Central, was in
town Monday, and delighted the
,J9)JRNAL oew with his genial pres
Jones & Garrison have some
thing of interest to say to buyers
of Dry Goods. See their adver tise
*Should1 von ha ini Greenville on)
S someS bar.
lo not visit
r, of Eajsta
Uusu, wu onneis nas been crib
bed up to date.
A good many of our Pickens
~ofa attended the circus in Green
~1l) t Friday, and reported, as
t$*I kgood show.
h~:ange in the advertisement
of ses McKay, of Greenville,
en you want anything in
sd ie, call on them.
eSsse Simmione, who lives
h0' 8 mniles east of Pickens,
Son the 2d instant, at the ad
vanced age of 84 years.
M.. F. Hester: is having lumber
hauled to ripair his house oni the
east end of Main street, recently
purchases of J. B3. Clyde.
McoAlister & Beattie, of Green.
vill~ ae offering some special bar
~IS lbDry Goods. Read what
~~Ito say this week.
~the 4th instant at
on gby Rnv.
R. Sita ~ JaI hor
ter to Mr; Ohatles 1
Prof. J. L. Murphiee willp,
duct an all, day singing at .Anti.
och ohurch,. Eastatoe Township,
on the 2d Sunday in November.
Married, on the 4th instant, by.
J. A. Robmnson, N. P., fr. Benja.
smi Boyde to Miss Mary Sjelion.
All of Dhousville, Pickenus; oonty.
MiswstAd, at the residence the of
bride; Mah Abraham Banks to Miss
Sally wens, on sunday Novem.
besntbls4th, by J. A. Robinson,
Married, at the reidence of Mrs.
Elizabeth Holder, by I. M. Phil
pot, N. P., on the 4th iustant, Mis.
Vallenie Holder to Mr. Ford Mo
Read the advertisement of R. L.
R. Bents, of Greenville, and give
him a call, Remember that his
goods arie 'all new and are marked
down to suit the price of cotton.
Mr. James Raines, who has been
employed in the JOUjRNAL OIOO
for the last four years, will leave
this week for Richmond, Va.,
wheie he will make his future
Mr. John G. Capers, of Colum
bia, a son of Bixshop Capers, has
been appointed to a position in
the attorney gonerdl's office by at
torney general Olney at a salary of
$2,000 a year.
Th6 friends of W. R. Kennemur
will be sorry to learn,. that he met
with an accident last week in
which his arm was broken. While
hesuffered considerably, he is get.
tIng along vory well.
Dr. Earle reported more fever
this fall than for a number
of years. He has treated thirteen
cases, some of which were of a
malignant type, with but one death
Earle Hunter, the oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jam. T. Hunter, of
Pendleton, died at his father's
home there last Thursday in the
18th year of his age after a short
illness of peritonists.
A small child of Mr. and Mrs.
Robt.'Hughes, who live on James
Hendrick's farm in Liberty Town
ship, fell out of a rocking chair
into the fire on the 8d instant and
was so badly burned that she died
. Mrs. John F. Arnold died in
Greenville last Sabbath, where she
had gone to undergo treatment,
and was buried at-tho 'emetery
here on Manday. The bereaved
family has the sympathy of the
community in this sore berave.
John E. Singleton raised on
Rev. J. E. Fosters farm in Dacus
ville Township, a crop of corn,
from which were selected ears mea
suring 141 inchas in length, well
rounded and sound. W. 0. Sin
gleton- will have to come again.
Mr. Lee P. Orr, Thomas Jenk.
ins, Joseph Mauldin and John
Duckworth left Pickens last week
for Pelzer, S. C. Mr. Orr and
John Duckworth have returned,
but. Thomas Jenkins and Joseph
Mauldin will resume work in the
Mrs. Hinton, mother of Samuel
Hinton, died at her residence in
Dauaville Township, on the 4th
instant Iekd was buried from GIrif
i, church, on the 5th instant.
She was about 80 years of ago, and
leave. many relatives to mourn
Saleday was rather quiet and
landIs sold for a fair price, con
sidering the price-of cotton.
In the case of .C. H. Judson, vs.
WV. P. Fate, et. al., the land, 160
acres, was bought by C. H. Jud
son, for $800, terms one-hialf cash.
In the case of 3. D. Smith, vs.
Jackson Cannon, the land, 160
acres, brought $150, and was bid
off b~y J. D.- Smith; terms, one
In the case of Richard Lenhardt,
vs. Martha E. Holconmbe, et. al.,
the land, 118 acres, was bought by
M. E. HIIcomnbe, for the sum of
*1,245, terms one-half cash.
In the case of J. M. Stewart,
admninistrator, vs. Sarah A. Stew
art, the land, 81 acr es, was bough t
by C. E. Robinson, for $25, terms
In the case of Nora E. Alexan
der, et. al., vs. R. WV. Holcombe,
Adniinistrator, tract No. 1, 70
acres, was bought by J. IB. Robin
son, for $660; tract No. 2, two lots
in. Easley, by J. E. B~oggs, for
$295; tract No. 8, 100 acres, by J.
E. Boggs, for $825, terms one
In the case of Jaeob Alexander,
et. al., against George K. Hen
didks., et. al., the land, 500 acres
was solJda Iphiram Gilstrap for
$850, terms me-half cash.
In the case of Mary P. Garrick,
against S. D. Cooper, et. al., the
land,- 144 acres, brought $800, and
J. P. Carey, was the purchaser,
terms, one-half cash.
.In the case of -Robt. G. Hunt,
et. al., vs. J. P. Carey, et. al., the
land1 90 acores,'was sold to M. V.
HIunt, for $410, terms, cash.
In? th' case of The Easley Bank.
lng G'ompaniy, against W. J. Cren
shaw, 52 acres, was sold to T. H.
Stewart, for $52, terms, cash. The
same plaintiffs vs, W. W. Chil
dress 6 acres, was bought by J. E.
Bogga, for $800, terms cash.
In the case of Nannie Robinson,
against Joseph Boatwright, 7 acre.
was sold to C. E. Robinson, for
*800, terms, cash.
In the case of P. McD. Kennedy,
against N. A. Christopher, et. al.,
the land, 86 acres, was sold to J.
E. Bogga, for $500, terms, one
"Turn the rascal out"-the fa.
miliar party cry-may be applied
to misorobes as well as to nen.
The germs of disease that lurk in
the blood are "turned out" by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla as effeotually
as the old postmasters are dis
placed by a new administration.
Nice Cream Cheese at Lewis &
Many people, who a little con
stipated, make the mistake of use
ing saline or other drastic purga
tives. All that is needed is a mild
dose of Ayer's Pills to restore the
regular movement of the bowels,
and nature will do the rest. They
keep the system in perfect order.
GLORIOUs NEws 1-Trade for the
past four weeks has been larg.
We have been giving our competi.
tors Japanese blows to the interest
of our customers. We are selling
Shoes and Groceries at prices low.
er than ever, this week, to make
them get on a Shanghigh move.
mont. 2t JAKE MARTIN.
Easley, s. c.
Messrs. Cox & Seigler.
Gentlemen:-The Excelsior is a
very excellent stove. I have used
one 10 years, and it is a good stove
yet. The Excelsior is a first-class
stove in every respect.
Mae. E. J. BENEY,
Sept. 5, 1893. Greenville, S. C.
Between this place and the Har.
dy Gilstrap farm one Pocket Knife
with a large blade and two small
blades. The large blade when
open can not shut unless by pres
sure on the small blade by a spring.
There is a cork screw in the back.
The finder will please return it and
receive his reward.
G. W. EARLE.
Last Chance.--on account
of my removal from Pickens I
will, for the next two weeks make
all styles of Photographs at one
half Greenville prices, and guaran
tee the work first class in any re
1 doz. Cabinets, any style, $2.50.
As " " 4 1.50.
3 "t " " 1.00.
If you have any Jewelry, Watch
es &c. in my shop you had better
get it at once or it will be sold for
repairs. LEE. P. ORR.
For a paini in the side or chest
there is nothing so good as a piece
of flannel dampened with Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and bound on
over the seat of pain. It affords
prompt and permanent relief and
if used in time will often prevent
a cold from resulting in pnetumo
nia. This same treatment is a
sure cure for lame back. Fo rsale by
Dr. (1. WV. Earle, Pickens. C. N.
Wyatt, Easley; IHall, Sloan, & Co.,
Fort Hill; IHunter, & Boggs Libor
ty; rL. R. Eaton, Central.
Henry Wilson, the postmaster at
Welshton, Florida, says lie cured
a cose o)f diarrhoaa of long stanid
ing in six hours, with one small
bottle of Chamberlain's Cojic,
Cholera and Diarrhea remedy.
WVhat a pleasant surprise that
must have been to the sufferer..
Such cures are not unusual with
this remedy. In many instances
only one or two doses are required
to give permanent relief. It can
always be depended upon. When
reduced with water it is pleasant
to take. Foi sale by Dr. G WV.
Earle; Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Easley
Hall, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hil11; Hunter
& Bogga, Liberty; 1. R. Eaton, Cen
NO OANGLR OE A ODUN.
At Harris' Cash Store. I persnaded
the boys not to go, In debt, they are now
Alad of it and so am I, awful hard to pay
with cotton at 5 cents, and I want to say
new is the time when a little cash goes a
long ways at my store.
F"or instance a let of sample hats just
in, they go at less than half1 prIce, 20
cents wvili get a good hat and they run
all the way up to *1.00 for something
It makes no dilfference to yon where I
get a good shoe to sell at 65 cents, they
are here all the same. Many fanilies
have brought in their measures and are
haappy. Bring in yours and see how
nicely I oans it you np.
I am o0'ering some extra bargnins in
Jeans, you can't afford to buy until you
Most every 0one knows I keep such
thligs as Baby clouaku, Wool 110ss. Hearfs
Fas~cinators, Hloods, Swan n~own, Gloves,
Mit ts, and 4 spools coats thread for~ 15
cents. But perhaps you were not awaro
that I kept Masons big box blacklig at
5 cents, and Soda at 5 cents, aaid ine
Raisons at 10 cents and a big line of
Groceries of all kinds such as Meat,
Fl'oiur, Sugar and 5 lbs Coff'ee. I do,
however, and( want to sell or swap for
corne, peas, fodder, seed cotton, eggs and
Come to see me and get an Iron She
Last for 50 cente.
Nov.84$. T. 0. HARRIS.
Nov.84. lokenhs.8. V.
Are adding lots of useful BAn.
GAINS to their Stock for
Mu. HAGOOn is n ew
York now; we expect him to
do wonders this season, aq
Goods are cheaper now than
they were over knoWii to be,,
We are better prepared than
ever to serve you, and ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
Pickeun, S. C. Sept. ,
If You Want Anything
14PCALL ON ME.
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes,', r
ceries, Hard ar",
and a full"lfr~
of Farm Sup
I can give you a low figure on
Flour and Farming Implements.
JOHN 0. KAY is with me and will
be pleased to have his friends call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
Easley, S. C., Feb. 8. 94-1y.
W E have just. received our STOCK
OF GOODS for the present
season, which we offer at the lowest
We keep constantly on hand a
good supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGARS, COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TEAS,A .
SllOE'S, CLOTHI d,
H ARDW AJRE.
Also, FARMECRS' TOOL /andi every
hing needed for Farming purposes.
A. G. WYATT.
means so much more than
you imagine--serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
it ut sres,
Ma~tar' Nervustd aentsug
Wmen's~ d cpfaints.
Pair Views ad book-free
BRW Fiersenn tonnea o
'Al Low -Tarff iIces)
If you ivill eRaiine fny stock you
will be convinced that I bave goods
it RIEFOltl PIiES.' Just think
about the pnce- below... . I
* Sirting, at petite.
Cotton Chock, at , . 4. cehis.
0ad vrints, at' ' 4 ent'.
Standard, at - 5 eent
Wool Flannel, from 12f Lip.
liderdown, good quality',- 15 ets,
Fashionable colors of Outing,.8: t4
Worsted, all colors'at 10 'cents.
OaAhmerb, at 17, 22, and 25; de6ts.
Bargains in Towels,' 18, and .26i
inches at 6 cents aeh. .. , ,,,
Table Damask, at 20, 3Q, 49, and
Work Shirts, it t b i d 1h
"Under '" 20 "
Drill Drawers, at 25'cents a pair:
Coutrse chiiden'Sloeg, No's. 5 an'd
6 at 10 cents a *pair. -'
Men's Brogans at 75 cents.
Nice Button Shoe at., 90, pents.
A lot o small1Io's. inl Ladies'l hoe
at and below cost.
'flargaiya .it euditriejo4fLitwes
at SH cen ..
Jeans Wo6l 'Filli ng at 17 19,' 2411"
'Jeans Pants at 75 cents,
Alen's Suits, at 4 0
And 'niany other things, I can't
mention for lake of space...Come -to
see .us. .
Lj. REID SMiT1H Wll be with me, a-id
be glad to see, arid erve his ftiend>.
W. LEE S&;MbOs, will be with'ud
to serve you i'n the Cotton. business.
Call 'and see us,. if you want to
trade, that'd 'what we mean.
Jo H. BROWN.
Liberty, 0. c.
Sept. 20th, 1894-.
Throw away your old suit,. that .horrid'
thing, and get one of J. M. RA3M PE'V-'8
enuz-1fttbig new suits.
Boy's Suits, $1 50 to $2.50
Mes'e Suits, $4.50 to $7.00.
Men's Clay Worsted, 010.00 to $12.50.
Men's Satinet Corkseweni, $12.00 to $14.
There is nothing ac3ldoital about.onr
display of Iien' Dress Goods. They
cannot fail to please the mos aetin'Xabl g.
Alpaccas, 9 cents per yard.
40 Ini Ienrlettas; 18 to 40"cents.
Dress Flannels, 25 to 40 cents per yard.
AUH-woo' Serg~e, 42 Inches wide,.43 cents
'Ginghaxis 6 toS ents per yard.
Twll Flamsele, 19 cents per' yar'd.
School iloy Jeans fromn 10 to 25 ets. pea
Notions 1 NotIons I ! Notions !
Good1 line Towels, 25 cents.I
Corsets, 25 to 85 cents .
Needles, 3 centa per paper.
AndI all el.se in proportion.
SW Cull early to avolid the rush.
J. M. RAMPEY.
Easley, S. C. Oct. 11, 1894.
Hlome-made Shoes did you Ray
We got 'em and we are selling 'em
cheap for the SCAbs.
Lot Hlome-mnade Jeans cheap.
Hlats just a little cheaper than
anybody. Don't forget our 4 and
5 cents calico and other nice dress
We are selling FLOUR, SUGAR,
COFFEE and other grocories cheap.
We have some notes and accounts
that need punching with the cash.
Don't fail to see about yours as soon
JOHN T. LEWIS & 80N.
November 1st 1994,
The management of the
Equltable Life Assurance
Society ini the Department of.
the Carolinsas, wishes to se
cure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted
fou this work will find' this
A Rare Opportuitj
It is work, however, and those
who succeed best in It possess
character, tuature -judgment,
tact, perseverance,' and the
respect of their community.
Trhink this mtatter over care-.
fully. There's ant unusual
opening for somebody. If it
fits you, it will pay you. Fur
ther information on request.,
W. J. Roddey,' aw..ager,
Rock Hill. S. C.
The NAMfES are ei g
Edler toimitate the names -thar
are known- a1 over this Count
When) youWn q 1tove b
T he former drives away
trohs, the .latteI
THe, but we ~iave a-wy nt
.pw dto.y inquage to reta in.
yogr custopliers and .get new
undeh, every (1 ay, (lid y ou ask.
The answe- is s'illy.t.) i "We.
NO SHODDY G6e0S0
Wo brag on quaitY a",' is
quantity.1 We''i inl formed dai
ly by out' inwtng Oustomers that
weare at 'USA . t 1o 't.n'r(luntitY
dhd at ti'e ve'ry bd tt'dl1 for
Don't. confound the t w o. it(.
member qukglity is absolute and
prices are relative. PI'ton y, YOM
Afnd notid qud lity clo0.C ly as We
name the low prices.
Our buyer was the last to leave
for Market, ho went Into purpoe.
ly and he.gained b.y it, as.he..got
e big advantage in the
Dre1e GOVL...., .
thing m Dress Goods crns.
fewfdtingrichniss greets yo'ur
eyes1 and theii'n om: Triinin'g
department,: its .daWzlng . .bil-'
liance invariably templts y'ou to
SELL YOUR SHEEP ANO
QUIT THE BUSINESS,
Come. amnd grice our wvooleni
goods especially our .kens ,all(d
woolen Blankets an.d..you willI
take our adv ice.
Come and see us then yoiu will
understand what we ameni.
Now don't torget to call an;d see
us. Our stock is always comn
Our prices area o tshle
Onr service is amliple and(' ef
Heed what we say nhoId caI
promptly and often at.
81 MAxN S-r., G in n .u*. 8. C.
OOL L-1 -(
FOR THE PHOLKS.
going~ to try' f' ('I. V;;.
ing to dJo 11he Vl':'ny i i e-r:'
W~e haive twoV !.(<a~' ~
nice Newv G1ods, and~i wo;n! I.
"'dividei OU-t' monlgt onl 1n
..4 hert' ! .Just in-V -Ahlatheil
One of S~a to arrive, . I 41.n
nilture enough for a, m
nothing of Dryv (oodts -:n be
Oloting and 119 Cr ( r
P~o 'ket- -mi d- 'I a b~''e ( uht
Building XII triril--nld a - e.
line of eVOe thii ' 0 t in *e.
C0g.no to se(' u ;.
Novenmber Th 1 i
.r 0 blt e, 'st 8 1. v~e . v" .
wh ()11M to veo 1 eeks
Nov ]S O
NoVw ]tje -40 ic
all WOOL 60
1 1'II for $1 per.,.vard wl
Tl I I 1)1 1F \y N , B2'
Th I.11 i reI uusi neekwen. (
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wie'p incipaihout hiey ies and~h 0
n e in nv b'r t unieIy Ayer's Oi
usn on efr each.I~ Iincl.v - Teerty >g
n et ~e ueI an a~' 1tron hlee hy them l
cost."I s -.l ts. M. 1 'IN, I berty 1, 3
A'ke Ci~it F ;-^
Reoved Highest Awards
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