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TRURSDAX, -OV 15.16 .
The editor of the JouagAL h Iyced
sanmy,, is.erder- to wd tb.e '
embecribers-and I needs bis Wy if
you are a friend to d "uYo
succeed. you will not delay further in- pay.
Iwg.your arrearages. . Thoso who disregard
thia notice. may expect their uames to be
stricken from the walling list.
The n~iai'nicleri does not kilow who is
good pay-sud who is not, but will be gov.
erned by thi books, when he.- begins- to cut
off subscribers. altd'the editor is fortifdIen
-T. S'rouxF GOODs ATc~fi.-Wt
offer our entire Stock of Goods at
cost. We mean business and the
Goods will go. Come.,to.sQ US.
Gaide's, Lewis. & 0.
4t. oAli~ 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Baylus Higgins are
iAting relatives. and friends . in
Soo the change in' ad. af"Cox &
Seigler and get their prices on
J. A. Easley is seriously ill at
his home in this city.-Greentville
. Mr. and Mrs. T. D: Harris are
visiting relatives and friends in
Mr. J. P. Looper, . of Carnes.
ville Ga., is on a visit to his father,
Mr. Jeremiah Looper.
W. C., Mrtin, of Redmond,.
was in town Tuesday and spent ia
few pleasant moments with the
Lewis R. Redmond wa's in town
several days last week. lie had a
7..! ov.sof- Utah..horsee, but-did- noe
The County ComiI'ssiiers will
ajrg* to -fay .off the cbunty
claims as fast as the taxes are
paid iito the Treasurer's office.
Mr. and Mrs.A. A. Paco, of
Ashevills; who have been' visiting
relatives and friends in the county
for several' weeks, returned home
W. K. Merck will be his own suc
cessor, as Trial Justice for Hurri
cane Township for the next two
years. It was so decided in the
Mr. Joseph Wilidnag jr., of
Welfor4, Spartanburg county vis
ited his brother,. Dr. J. F. WiI
liams, of this place last Saturday
Prof. J. M. Looper, will sing
*t the Baptist church Saturday
aeenn at 8'o'clock p in. Mn the
eesis .reuested to be present and
bring their books.
Treasurer Youngblood will be in
his office the remainder of the year
to collect taxes. He has written
114 mnore receipts to date thain for
the same time last year.
Married, on the 8th instant at
the residence of the ofliciating
minist'er Rev. W. C. Seaborn, ,Mr*
John Abercrombie to Miss AnLie
Day. All of Pickens county.
Married, on Sunday the 4th
instant'at 3 o'clock p. mn., at the
resisnce of the brides F'ather, Mr.
Pearcy Robinson and Miss Sallie
Nelson. Rev. L. T. Weldon offi
-.Married, on the 7th instant at
the i-e'idence of t'he brides' par.
ents, Mr.. Will Young, of Ander
son county,.to Miss Eliza McWhor
ter, of Pickeia county. Rev. L.
T. Weldon officiating.
Rev. M. L. Jones preached at
Eastatoe Sunday a very excellent
sermon and'.the young. people had
a singing in the afternoon. Profs.
Mulrhre, Looper and others led,
and Mig~ Murphree presided at the
D. I.S, Hendricks, 'of Field, is
inliprovilg hismill property ner
. his homei and. "v i put' in patei)t
roller mills. H. A. Niedirig, of
the Case' MaiuifdAtring Conipany,
(Colulixbus 'Ohio, .called on him
8Saturday, t.4'911 huim the necessary
ifnill na' h.*4 3rj,. maitant, the
ib, .'i' w~ th ril pnIZ4, w#Js wof',by
SergeantL W. A. Philips. Thoetall
vtor mredal, which wats offered by
Gon Fazrb:y to tihe' best targot shot
Wiis carrhed ofif by $ergeant 1. P.
Uartick. Capt. W. A. Conyers
and Vtrry ileattie were the judges.
Capt' Conyesr presented the prizes
to Lha snanaanful nttattnka it'
A teljam wea sept hero lasil
*ighit romo'9hef Consbtable Fant
hojis .in Atiderson, to Governoi
Tilliani, * stating that the chief
constable had raised the saloon 01
John O'Donnoll, in Anderson, and
had captured 700 gallons of whis.
key. id two 'cy loads of empty
bottT0 and jogs.
Thisa.the biggest boul recently
and will be a severe blow to O'Don
nell,- The proprietor of the estal)
liebhment is-OnO of the best known
men in the up-country. Ho has
been doing business in Anderson
for years. The capture is valued
On a farm of Capt. F. L. Gar
vin, four miles north of town, lives
a man who has. passnd his nearly
fofuescore ye afrs and ten, having
breen-brn in 1800. He distinctly
rehomnmbors his father's going away
*ro the war of 1912., btitn6r knew
until yesterday that he is entitled
to a pension. He is now as stout
as some men of sixty, has been
married four times, has raised to
-Inaturity thii-ty-five - children, and
grandchildren innumerable. He
has Und& tobacoo'for sevdnty years
and whiskey over since )ie can re
member. He came into town to
day riding A wild mule on a sad
dle without a girth,' 'and though
somewhat feeable, looks as if -he
might stand another score or two
years' His name is Flowers, origi
iially from Mecklonburg county,
North Carolina.-Central 'yro.
You may eat cheap food and not
le' seriously hurt by it: but you
cannot take cheap inedicines with
out positive injury. If you use
any substitute iu yer's Sarsapa
rilla, you d t16 peril of your
health, pelrhpsf gfyour life. jIn
sist on having Ayer's, and no
The demand for, Ayer's Hair
Vigor in such widely-separated re
gions as South America, Spain,
Australia, and India has kept pace
witji the home consumption, which
goes to show that these people
know -.gQod thing wheii they try
Notiec to Stoek Hlolders.
The Annual meeting of the
8tock-holders of the Farmers' Pub
lishing co., of Pickens Co. will be
held at theioffice -of tile PEOPLU'5
JOURNAL ini the town of Pickens ona
!.ho- f ourth S'attrhyf af. November,
(24 inst,) 1894 at 11 o'clock a. mi.
8DO YOU WANT A SITUATION?
tRO?. W(ItIBWR. SMITH. Lexington, Ky.
For 18 years Prti
ident of the re-.
cial ' olleg e.f Ken
tur kv Unhiversi'
tug situ 'tionsie fo.
his graduates Ceos
of 'usinesn U'ours
bout 990, inc1 a
ing Tiuitioni a ci
oard in a famnily.
Pmo. WLeu ft SMTH, Prof. Nimith har
taxiovos;sv o.pt boo kue; Rev
oral ye.iri' ViceP'resident of a hnnk:
WVorld's iFnir Comm) 11isioner fromu J(n.
en' .v and a. rel ,,1hle buslin fs masi'.
A mong the 10.000 snceessful gradua.
tee of the Prof. Smith are 100 in banks,
100 offic:nh, from this and other states.
Prof. E. W. Smnith, Princeipal of the Ce!.
lege referred to, wacs awardted the Mledal
at the W~orld'sg Colembian Exposition
for hBeokkeeping. etc.
li you wish a Business Education, or
a knowledge of Phoenography, Type
writing or Telegraphy. at the least total
cost, with 1 iplomua from Kentucky ~uni
versi-y on gradiuationiswe advise you tc
e.ur this out a~ndl wri-e for cirenlairs t<
'rof. W. R. -mith, l~exington, Kv'.
Between this place and the Hiar.
dy Gilstrap farm one Pocket Knif<
with a large blade and two smnal
blades. The large blade whet
open can not shut unless by pros.
sure on the small blade by a spring
There is a corke scrow in the back,
The finder will please return it..and
receive his reward.
*. W. EAnrJ,.
Last Chance.--on account
of my remuoval from Pickenms ]
will, for the next twoweeks make,
all styl's of Photographs at one
hal f Greenvillo p~Ieces, and guaran
tee) the work first class in any re
1 dlOZ. Cabmiets, any style, $2.50)
1 ' " " " 1
If you have ansy .levoilry, Wartch
-- n my shop you had het.,
molt it at once or it will be' s4old I or
.Q h a ai ini the ajide or chest
Ab'-rt, is.nothinig so good as a piot'
of flanne.l dampened with Chamn
herlaina's'Pain Balm and bound or:
over the seat of pain. It affordi
prompt ano permanient relief and
if used in time will often prevenI
a cold fronm resulting in pneOumro.
ia. Th is same treatment is -. i
sure cure for lame back. Fo rsale by
D~r. G1. W. Earle, Pickens. C. N,
Wy'att, Easley; Hall, Sloan, & Co.,
Fort lill; Hunter, & Boggs Liber
ey; h. R. Ratu, Centralt
THE STkrE oF Soi a.% CANoLiA )
COUNTY OF PICKE.NB.
By virtue if I )leretal orders and ot
dots of Foreclostirc iade in tle follow.
Ing stated cases oi file in tle) Clerk's of.
fice. I %%ill sell eni Sal(day i December
iext, thfe following described real estate
on the termi and for tb purposes set
4111t in i tid orders, LO.Wit
Vesta Elizabeth King, el. ait.
Margtret C. King, et. ail.
Coimplaint. for Paurtitlent.
All that piece Iarcel or tract of ild
iyintg, belig. situiatted in tle County and
Stiat aforetaid, nea. the towin (.f Easley.
onl braicih watters of Georges Creek. ad.
j'luinig lands of E. 11 Barton, Walter
iloaCombe, Vanl Ellisot, Mrs. Monroe
King aud other, containing sixty four
(0) acre., more oI' itvs. Ternis onte-half
cash, balaice on a credit of twelve
illontls, secired by the boid of the par
chaser at a mortgage of tihe premihe.
P. A. Potter, et. ad.
D.,vid Porter. et. ail.
Coaup'aint for Partition.
A 11 I hose several pieces piarcels or tracts
of loand lyilu, being. eltinate in tlt Coin.
'y and State aforesald, on head wateirs
of ilagoods' Mill creek. waters of Twelve
Mile Rtiver. It being the Real Estate of
B. S. Porter, deceased, to wit:
Tract, No. 1. Containiing twelve .(12)
acres more or lees, adjoining tracts No.
2 .J. R. Porter and others.
Tract No. 2. Containing sixty eight
(68) acres more or les, adjoining tracts
No. 1 and 2.
Tract N-,. 3. Containing thirty-two
(12) t'eres more or less, adjining .ract
No. 2, and the EHtate of John T. Porter,
Tract No. 4. Containing forty seven
(f) acres' more or less, adjoining tnacts
No. I ail 2 and others. Plats of each
tira t onl tile in the (Jerks ofilee, and will
b exhibited onl day of sale. Termus, one
ila d cash, balince in one and two years,
w ith itterest from damy of sale, secured by
the bond of the purchaser and it anot
-age of the pretisete. Sold for "artition.
Jesse Cremahaw, -
J. W. Bradley.
All that certidn piece, parcel or tract of
lan. lying, being, situate in tie county
;Ian State afuresamid, bounded by the'lanas
of Isaae Nimmons, Silas Williams, Solo
m1on il ye. and others, coitai.ing. one
hundred and eigh:y two (182) acres more
or loss. Terms cash.
.1ohn1 T. Aithony, adin'r, et,nal.
8.anucitel lasniagamne, et. aL.
C pl phint, for Partition.
Trae No. 1. A'i that pieci. parcel or
mret. of lanid lyinag, beinag, Situate in the
ut, and St.ate aforesalid on brt~ach
aters of Tiown Creek, waters of Twelve
Mile River, coati ainuing otne hutndred anal
fot--six (1413) acres more or less.
Ta tact Ne.. 2. All that other piece pnat
essi or tract of iland aidjoitning tract No I.,
niitabihlag two hundred anad seventy (2'70)
.cres more ort leBs. Theseo ano tracts be
eg the hmeta ptlaice of H. J. Anthony de.
.ea-ed, -0old for pasl titiont.
Teraas onae- ai f cash, balace on au credit
.f tLwelve monatits, seonred by ihe bond
f ahe puarch-iser and a alnorigage oif t he
aumtae *-. i~dens,
ameos I'. .Jone',J
Compilainat for P'aritilon.
Al tai certtataihi ptice p~arceI or traict eI
an a l ying, being. sitatate in the Couty
mcnd I tat e af'oeald, lon 0Oolenoy Creek
*..art-r oif .amiuda River, conitainl i g uniety
o anad threec.fo-irz las (9:t) acaes maore or
en? botundedc by lands ofJlamnes K. uth
* andtit, J1ty Masters tand othters, knowa.
.- the Dr. W iilian, l'.d -ns home place.
l'ermis onte-hal f ctashi. baml:tie on a
'.rfll -f t-weave miithsi, secured ny rigs
bomd of uthe puarchaiser and a mortgage of
In ali the above Sales, purchasers to
pay for piapiers and recording thte same.
C. C. P'. C.
E. F. si er Keith,
Jaudgmetnt for Foreclosutre.
Ily virtue of ana order of foreclosure
maitde in thae above stated cause, I will sell
to the haighiest biddier on Saleday int Dc.
emaber taxt, before the Court lionse (1oor
a Pickens, C. 1i., dutring the legal hours
foir bale, the followig dlescribed Real
All thait certain piece, parcel or tract of
hmuad lytaig being, situate, ini the County
and St-ate 'afot esauid, in Puampkintowna
Tiownshp, maiaining landa of Matthew
Henadricks, Johnt Masters. Marenas D.
KeIth, lying oat wes 51de of Oolenoy
itiver. Conutaaiing one hunadred sand
nI~ineteent (119) acaes more or' less T1erme
enash. Purchelaser to pamy for patltLer und1(
recording the samte.
J. 1l. Q. McDANIEL,
8. P. 0.
Heonry Wilson, the postrnaster at
Welshtona, Florida, says ho cured
a1 aso! oft diarrhwa)t of long stand
ing ini six hours, with (one small
bottle6 of'- Chamberlaiu's Colic,
Chaohera and D~iarrhoea remedy.
Whait a leasant surprise that
mttust haive been1 to tho sufferer.
Such euares are not unusual with
Ibhis remody. In many instances
only (one or two (dosos are re'quiredl
to give permtantent reliet. It can
always be depeonded upon. When
reduced with water it is pleasant
to take. Fot sale by D)r. G W.
Earle; Pickens; t.. N. Wyatt, Easley
Hall, Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill; H unter
& Boggu, Liberty; L. Rt. Eaton, Cen
Are adding 106s of usefuli BAB
OAIs to their Stock for:
Mn. HAGOOD is in New
York now; we .expect him to
do wonders this seasoui as
Goods are chaoper no *tbin
they were ever knwiN to be.
We are better prepared than
ever to serve you, and ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO,
Pickens, M. C. Sept. 6, 189- .
If You Want Anything
"CALL ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notions,
Boots, Shioes, Cro
and a tfull line
of FPi 6p
I can give you a lo figure; Ut
Flour and armiu miplerkents.
JOHN 0. KAY. -i3 with me and wil
be pleased to have his friends all oi
J. E. ROBINSON,
Easley, S. (1.,1e.8 94-1ly.
NO fAGd O A OUN.
At. Iarris' Cash 'orl'. .1 persuade
tie boys 11t to 0>;hi dlet, they are o10
Rlad of it and1 so amiin, awful hard to pa,
with cotton a&t 5.ceitts. Jnd:I1 wiint t~o sns
no0w is the timei wVIhen a ittle cash goes
long~ wa~ys alt my3 store'.
F~or nsiane a lt ofU samle hails .ina
ini, they go nt less thain half price,' 24
cents- will- get a good hiat and1( they rut
all1 the way~ tip go $ ..00 for somiethding
It maukes no differe e~ to you whacre
get al gooid shoe to sell att -66 eents, thda
.mrie here aill the 'sm e. :Many -fasmilie
havei. briought ini theui ~tmnsres att i1 are
iiel~y I catn lit you nyt.
I aun otYriiiig somin a- rga
Most every.3 -one( kuiorys I keep 8'r(l
-hing~s as lHaby elont, Wool 1los3, Searf
F'ascinatorse, I loouis, waiy t)own, (Glovey
M'itt a, anid 4 Si) (Joo s t.4 0'rea for l,
eein. 'tsui 1Af-bpjon 'ni re~1 n it aMae
thait I kept: Masoinn Iff .bo blaeking~ i
5 cents, and1( Soda -fat 5l Mentl., aid thm(
Raisonis at 10 .cents arnd asbi hie e)
Grocorles of ?hl kiunda' elh as Met
Flonr, Sugal! and 35 'l" Cofie. I do
however, and want Lur sell 0r -6vtp fo
corn, pacae, fodder, seedl cotton, eggs an
Comec to see me an gct an iron Shao
Last) for 50 cenits.
T. D. HARRIS.
Nov. 8- 94. P'ickens, 8; C.
means so much more than
you imagine--serious and
fatal diseases gesult from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
*If you are feeling
.1d cf s'rta ora
hae noospt e
comeas irgin the
.i44 h~*~. peas Int t i e.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver'
Constipation, Bad Bhqgo4
!' ataria, Nerva .ailments
-:t only the genuine-it hah rossed ied
.. th naa;.p'o AIIieh s~ate sub
- mtcn d at reejt .f o. eat.f orld~ av
I .dtr Vai w.i mie book-free.
-' DRW HF.MICAL CO. ,6AL.TIMpRE, MD.
Ad; low. Tarof A'-es
it y ill eamine ty to
will be convinced that I have go4
at REFORM PRjCIES. lust thini
about the prce. below9
. tShirting, at 4 6d
Cottch ChaIk, at 4k con
Good Printe, a 4 0'tt
;Standard, -at. - eent
Wool Fladifel, from 121 up.
Eiderdown, 'god qu ljty, 16'9'.,
Fashionable colors-of Outing,8
Wosted, all colors at 10 cents.
Oashiiere, at 17, 22, and 25, cents.
Barghins "in Towels, 18, ind'26
.inches at 5cents each.
Table Damask, at 20, 30, 40, and
Work Shirts, at 20 centi ech.
Under " 20 It
Drill Drawers, at - cnts'a paitr
Course childrens Shoes, NO's. 5 and
6 at .10 cents apair.
Ments Brogans at 75 cents.
Nine Button Shoe at 90 cents.
A'lot of tmall N6's. in Ladjes Shoeg
.atid belo%' cost.
Bargminh in summez good a ne
at 3g 'ents. .
Jeans Wool Filling at 17, 19, 14,
Jeans Pants, at .75 ceutt.
Men's Stits, at $4,00.
.4' 44*, It.. 5.(sO,
" "" 0.0
9 " $7.09 -upj
And many other thiugs, I ean'
mention for lake of space. Cothe t<
L. REI SMITH will be 'With me,mn
be glad toeee, and serve hie-friend.'
V. LEN SAMMONA, iM4U be with i
to Serve you inl the Cotton busintms
Call and see us, if you want t<
trade, that's whtt.we knean.
* 2~J. H.~ BiKOWN
Liberty, 4 C
Sept. 20th, 1894.
Trow aw ay your old suilt, that y ri
thhig. and get one of J. M.- R AMI'P '
snuog-itking new 'nits.
Boy's Stilts, $1 50 t.o $2.50
Mens Stilts, $4.50 to $7.00.
Mei's Clay Worted, $10.00 to $12.60
MAen's Satinet Corksciew, $12.00 to $14
Thier is nothing -.itidentali about owl
display of Latilies' Dress Goods K. The
cainnot fail to please the most, exnefltug.
Alpaeens, 9 cento por yard.
40 inch Ientlettn, -16 to 40 cents,-,
- Dress, Flit uneby,'25 to 40 erents per yard
v All-woo' Serge.,2 inches wide, 43 centi
~1nisams U (o 9 cefti per yard,
Twijl Flannels, '19.ce!ts per yard.
*School Boy Jeanszi firoin't# to 25 ets. pe
Notions ! Not iong ! ! Natlons
Good line T1ow'els, %.5.cept~.
Co~gs 25 o65 eigts.
Needles, 3 cents per pa1per.
And all elpe in jioport16i.
- "Cnil early-tbav6hl Sthfie'*b.
J. Mr RAMPEY.
--aley; S. 0. Oct 14 1894
lomie-mnadd . hoes .]id yoni a
We got 'em and we are selling eci
cheap for the Scans..
Lot hlome-made Jeans cheap.
Hats .just a little oheaper thai
anybody. D~on't forgot our 4 ant
5 cents calico an~d .other nice dres
We are selhingFL6UItN SUG Al
COF~FEE and other 6rocories cheat
We have sorne notes and. account
that need punching with the, caAi
Don't fail to see about yours s Roo
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
November 1st 1894.
El f have just received our STOC~
WVOF GOODS8 for thfe presen
season, which'we offer at 'Ote lowee
We keep constantty on ha.nd
good siupply of -~
BACON, FLOUR, SU$Al18. COFFEEB,
MOLASNEKS, TI'~y, JfATS,
D RY GOO0DS,
K MAJIDW A k . -
Also, FAT(MIERS' TOOLS, an~d ever.1
hig cedd for F"arming purpaoses.
A. 0. WYATT.
Tfi NA1%tjS ak eh g
L. toier. iiat d1,4 19 011ar
Ate -known aa- over thin Couiht
.uy Whr~en you .wantu a S.teyCn b
4n of the
Nqvember ist 189-o.
W ae un eh C hand
ne the - Cbmi. tin d
The~ former: dives .awa~ - s
pt rts; the- l'Atter
His, bit; ve have aw'iyo nn'
HIow- do-you ifmfaage A) fethini
your cusboners and get-iww
ones.eve.ry daysdid you a .
The answer.i. simply .ths, 7V
.NO SHOIBY GOOUS.
Wo. brag op iqualitty am -well. as
quantity.. We are inforpid.I
ly by our niany CustO'er that
* W'e'at the top for quainitity
and at the very bottom fo
Don't confound the tw.o. Ie
member quality is absoluii' ai
pricos arowelkfive. ' tPut on voui
And noticc quality closelyiN wcve
nimo, the low pricvcar
foi Market, lie wntato ro
-' f'and he gaine 4 t u, IJgo t
the big advantao in th
thing in .1rs JV.G .ooas crVeaiEoni, :t
be'syidpring richness groets~ your
eye4s an'd then in oyIr T'iimmAe1I
departmen. itA d'azzling hvil.
.hatng~ in)vialy -templ)ta you IA
SELL .JOU .8HEEP. AM
QUT IT.NiE BUS8INES8e
Come and qpi'ce our wvi'i
:goods -especia-lly :our Jeansl~ aIl~
wooJen. Bjankgt~s jmd, you 4w1
rake our ad vice. ;b~.
understand Ny'hat < ve min.
Our prices 'aro alslw th
lowest. *. o. * h
*On,' sem'vice i4 inmple and~( 'f
JHead what -O we~ savuad (n hi
rgromnptly and~ofltent a
8 $1 MAIl i (r., i-: vn .
_POR T HE. PHOL.KS.
Thlings halve got in-l- suh a~
"fuBS" .we hardlif kn oW W h,:a~l f
Ssay, but there's one thlin g wI:; ~
Sgoing to try to do. W e ?n re go
ing to do the viuv mes-r'i wi~ cAeN,
We have two hiouises ful o f
nice New Goods, arnd want Iu
"divjde out'' amtongst ou r" - a I
neaghb~ors. * .
c. ar, load .of th at .~eu nt Wldum
..One o~f Sal t o ai' t:. m edt ,'
n ipure eu.oug,h fCr;.,tI, to say
nothing of Dry uoods ;.uid shse
GQlasaI, Tiui rmait~ overytho ilg '.
...ocket and 'ia b'le~ .iutiler'
Building Material---and al go I
linp of everything that is n'eee.,
sary ..about. a wv e 1 I reguflntu
house. --. .
Anything ! Every th in g!*
come to see us.
- - - l.S
SNovembee" 1st 1804.
.it is -toln[m deic $jt ~ L
F, VL D
' P1C . T JI t Q PI' I yo x
1.10 igi N l ip- to M CIOurft fboim
TliO 03o ~La R11 Woo P
Wov :W12 -ils ,i ., w t
.01'$ie 40 inb]
,11W O b Qients
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