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heitf eqp1 Journal
Local and Personal.
--See tax notice in this issue.
-J. E. Hagood and wife, o
Easley, spent Sunday in town.
-Capt. J. L. Thorr.-loy wont t(
Anderson on business Tuesday.
-Harry Stool, of Atlanta, i1
spending this wook at J. E. Boggs'
--Born unto Mr. and Mrs.
Elisha Gilstrap on the 15th inst., 1
-Our m erchints are puttuing in
a larg steck of goods for the fall
- .P. Carey, Esq., went to
Wat Ila on professional bus ness
-Mrs. A. N. Brune, ot Easley,
visited the family of Dr. G. W.
Earle last week.
-Road notice to applicaits for
teachers certificates iml educational
column this week.
-Miss Sophia McAlister, of
Greenville, vieited Miss Queen
Hagood this week.
--Miss Ida Wl:itmire, of Joptha,
N. 04is on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Prico this wek.
-Miss Essio Earl1 is visiting
relatives a-id friends in Anderson
and Bolton this wook.
-Mrs. Charles McAlister, of
Greenville, is stopping at Col. J.
E. Hagood's this week.
-We wero glad to see R. L.
Hien(erson on the stroets Monday,
after a protracted spell of fever.
-A. J. Boggs, wife and chil
dren, of Fort 1ill, are at Mr. and
and Mrs. Jerre Looper's this week.
-issKina Earl, 110one of Green
vllo,-accomiplishod ladies, is visit
ing Miss'Queen Hagood this week.
-The members of Crosai Roads
church have elected Pov. J. Al. Stew
art as their pastor for another year.
-Mr. Will Blassingaime, of
Pickens, worshipped in Seneca
last Sunday -Oconee Nows, 14th
-The funeral of Sam uol Brown
will be Conducted at the old home
place the third Sunday in October,
at II o'clock a im.
-T. D. larris md family and
J. F.} 41rr-is and)( Wife Visited relat
tives - nd frienis at Lenderian
Greenville county, this wee.
-M isses Nay ll Robinson and Olive
Nowton left today, (NWednesday)
for Rock Hill to enter the Win
throp Normal and Industrial Col
-P. . Taylor, the geniiial, jolly
assistanmt cashier of tho City Nation
al hank of Greenville, visi ted his
brother, Conductor Taylor, this
-Joseph Keith, of Tablo Moun,
tin, was he Saturday. He 1ha1
just retuirnled from anl extended
visit to Montana and othior Western
-Dr. A. J. S. Thomas met his
r-egulIar appointment in the Bap
tist church Sunday. An able ser
mon was delivered to a very large
-Send( your application for cen
$sus enumerator in each township
to IHon . G. WV. Shell, at Laurenis,
S. C. lie is the conmissioneor for
this 'Tonsus dlistrict.
-Mrs. Keaslor, late of this coun
ty, but nowv of A bbeville, is on a
visit to her soin, H. 13. Hendricks,
m~ town, this we'k. She is in her
97th year- and is ii7 good health.
----armor3! Bring or send tile
fruits of your labors to the State
Fair at Columbia, Nov. 6th to 10th,
and you 1nood not exclaim, as mlany
are hleardl to do evoery year', "I canh
-Someotinug of interost iln THiE
JOUnNAL this weok is no0w adver
tisemlent of Belt & Thorn by. A
nice line of' ltugs have been openied
up and th- h' held reasonuable.
R~ead th r , he( con vinced.
- ro1( will a. of tile
farmers of Hlurrica1. 'p at
Mile Creek school ho. rida~y
September 22d 1899, at 2 .i'clock
p. mi., for tile purpo'l~se of organ iz'in
a Farmor'g Club. Let all turn'l out.
-R.. L. R. Bentz'/, the~ Ointerp~ris
lng Greenville merchantd, retu rned1
Monsday from thue easternI umarkets,
w here lhe made(1 the larigest 1)u1rcha:se
of fall and1( winlter dry goods and
novel ties since hoe has been ini busii
raiiro.,ale opoin g upl in
a.de Masonic Halll, but it will be
abk nit a woek before thei stock will
be ~ comlueto. Theiy will carry a
full and( 01, couleto 'line of genoral
merc~hiandise andl~ wo bespe)ak for
them a Ii beralI slharo of the trade.
-Spain, she had a little lamb,
the sl ickotI lmb aroun .d, She sol
the lamb to Uncle Sam for twenty
il ilions (down , t hen Sam 110 took
it by tile tail to lead if homo, you
k ow ; t ha 11 muttonl1 rr tumrnled out
a boar, and Sam canu't let it go.''
-The people of towni wore
arousedi Stuirday abou11t nioon by
the cry of firo, and1( in a short time
it was discovored that the well
house of .IDr. Earho, wnero( D). 1B.
. nney, iye~ as on fire, In a few
mjnu tes the Irro was extiniguishled
and very little damago was done.
Notwithlstidin( mg, thle hiouse beinlg
so noa., wni m1 grea da1...
--v. . erice, ot tunny vate,
was here on business Saturday.
--Dr W. F. Austin will be in
Easley 26th and Piokens 27th and
-D. B. Finney now holds a lu
crative position in Dr. Earle's
-This is beautiful weather for
tho farners--not so warm, but
--T. D. and J. F. Harris' are
having' the sidewalk in front of
their stores inacademized.
-Drugs for the new drug store
aro daily arriving and in a few days
the stock will be c.mplete.
-Arrange your plans early to
attond the 81st Annual Stato Fair
at Columbia Nov. 6th to 10th.
-W. A. Roper, of Field, has a
fino horse for salo. Price reason.
able. Call on him. 2t.
-Section Master Partridge, whio
has been in Lavonia and Atlanta
for two weeks on business, roturned
-A new warehouse will bo put
up at the depot soon. B. E. Grandy
will also have one erected on his
lIt near his ginnery.
-Over 200 applications for on
trance into Cleuison College havo
been rejected on account of not
having room in barracks for them.
-If you have anything to ex
hibit at the State Fair send to Sec
retary Holloway, at Pomaria, S. C.,
for a Premium list. Do not delay
to d-i so.
-Fivo indians are stati-med on
Crow Creek, near Jordan Rice's
and are mialking some nice baskets
out of cano. They arrived there
a few days ago.
-Call on Ellison Bros., for bar
gains in every line. They have
the largest fall stock they have
ever had and at better pricos than
-FOUND-By Susie Bowen,
near Childress' mill dam, one
watch. Owner can get same by
describing it and paying for this
notico. Call on Augustus Bowen,
-Note the3 cliango in the advor
isenient of Mahon & Arnold, of
Greonvillo, on the first, page. They
aro offering some special bargains
to the Pickens culinty people and
when, thore give them a all.
-The Sumnner sclio. for this
co-unty opened Mondi ' in the
court house, wiith Prof. I.1uGlieo in
charge. A very laige number of
teachers were present, but not as
many as wero expected. Every
teacher should attond that possibly
can as it prumises to be instructive
as well as interesting.
-J. Galloway and Will Cantrell,
of this county,-who were arrested
on a chaige of larceny of live
stock, some time ago, in North
Carolina, were tried last week be
fore the Superior court at Brevard,
and found guilhy. They wvere each
sentenced to twelve months in the
North Carolina state penitentiary.
-A very enjoyable Lawn Socia
ble was given' at Col. J. E. Ha
good 's Friday night. Each person
that wvent paid five cents for every
root they were high and for every
3xtra ioch one cent. The amount
reahized was $18,10, which was up-.
p)ropriated to the Presbyterian
Thurch. Re'resh ments wcre served
and the evening was very pleasant
-Mrs. Mary O'Dell, wifo of Cal
vini O'Doll, dlied on the 19th mnet.,
at her home near Easley, alter a
lingering illness. She wvas about
00 years old1 and a (devout member
of the Methodist church. She
leaves a husband, Eoveral children1
and a host of relatives and friends1
to mourn her death. Her remains
wvere interred the (lay fobiowing in
the family cemetery.
--Mrs. Looper, wife of William
Looper, of Mica, died on the 15th
inst., of fever. She was about
twenty-five years of age and a use
ful anid consistent member of the
Baptist church. A husbnd, sev
aial children and( rmany relatives
and f riondls are left to cherish her
mfemiory. H1er remains wore laid
to rest the dlay following in the
Nine Forks Baptist church ceme
--Roe Keith, colored, was run
ning on the "D. & 1).," schedule
Sunday and soon had a collision
with a brick yaird engine. The
colhSion occurred in front of Mr.
11l arris' st oro, several flying pi)ces
strikinig the storc anid doing damll
ago~ to it. No one was very seri.
ously hurt only Roe came out
minus pairt of his clothing, otc.
lie was trliedl before is honor,
Ma iyor. Lewis, TuIesday and was
fnind $ l( or thIiirt~y days on County
-The R~ev. anid Mr s. A. S. Orne,
ol Sy racuiso, N. Y., have invaded
P'ickens with r helir Gospel wagon
label led ''Stop) Sinning."' They =
make ai special ty of visiting jails
an poor1)01 houses mi Counties. T1hos
werIeI pleased with the state of af
fairs at the Pickens county poor
house atnd its general management,
arid Were loede~ .also to find( s0
foey confined in, the jail . T1hey
think .the poor house in nood( of
some improvements andl conveni
eneos. This is their firat visit to
Pickens and this is the twenty
seventh Stato in which they have
travoledl in their wagon. They
came here from G reii vill.
--Miss Olga ieLoey left for
Winthrop College Wednesday.
-Miss Bessie.Bright returned
Pickens this week after an absoi
of a month vibiting her home
-The many Pickens friends
Elmer Folger, of the Soutle:
railway, regretted very much
learn of the unfortunate accide
that befell him near Gastonia .
P'aturday. 10 was caught betwo,
the cars ard an, arm was crush,
and mangled. Monday evenin
the arm was ampuitatod at ti
shoulder and is recovery is Vel
uncertain. His home is in Greei
Ville, but he is being cared for i
his father's hoint in Gaffney.
-Cornelius Vanderbilt, the hp,,
of one of the world's richest fanl
hios, died vory suddenly at h
magnificent residene in No
York on the 12th inst., of paral,
sis. H1e was fifty-six years old atl
was recognized as socially the hon
of the Vanderbilt family. B'efoi
hiis death he f~lt the great respoi
sibilitios of his position and wor
and helieved he owed obligations t
all. About one-fourth of his tim
was devoted to religious and chi
itablo work. No estimate of hi
wealth cai be formed, but it run
far into the million's.
-A number of sections (if th
8tate report an unusually favoi
uble sentimeit among the farmer
toward having a larger acreage i
wheat. A desire to raise thei
breadstufls at home, coupled witl
a desire to get unadulterated floui
will stop the heavy receipts o
western flour in the State. A
seventy-five cents a bushel th
home farmer is placed on an equa
footing with his Western brother
and he should avail himself of hi
resources, not for competition, bu
for protection. W~e hope to sem
some substantial encourageinen
offerod the farmers, that they ma'
be induced to sow heavily this falI
7md, if the conditions warrant it
let the mills of the county, largi
armers at d local interested busi
ess men offer i number of prize
'or best yields, and at tho same
ime assure the Iarmers that thei
home proluct shall have prefer
lnce over the Westerii. -Anidersoi
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn
scald, eut or bruise. Bucklon'
Arnic a Salve, tho best in thu world
will kill the pain and prompti
heal it. Cures old sores, fever sorei
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all skii
eruptions. Best pile cure on eartl
Only 25c a box. Cure guarantoe
Sold by V. T. McFall.
Spain's Createst Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelon:
Spain, sponds his winters at Aiko
3. 0. Weak nerves had caused se
vere pains in the back of his bead
Jin using Electrio Bitters, Ameri
ma's greatest Blood and Nerv
Remedy, all pain soon left hinm
[le says this grand medicine ir
,vhat his country needs. All Am
trica knows that it cures liver anc
cidney tr'>uble, purinies the blood
;ones up the~ stomach, strengtheni
she nerves, p~uts vim, vigor an<
iew life into evry muscle, nervi
ind organ of the body. if weak
ired er ailing you need it. Ever)
>ottle guaranteed, only 50 cents
Sold by W. Tr. McFaull.
MIotice to Debtors and C red
All persons~ hin g (claim s against th<
-tate of 11. 8. L[e, ct.ea4ised, ar rc e
ineste I toI preent the samue ,o the un
iir ignied, prop erly atlleuste(d, for 1)ay mei(
'y the Jst cly of l).-eer, next. Per
'lymein to Mrl s. Elizabetlh Lynch,
Saig3 w3- Exeemri ix.
Mjotice to Debtors and Cred
P er'sons hnLving climsu. against the e.
gt o~(f S.amu el lt rown, deceased, wilI
leuise present . the a:e , prelyC 17C atts
ed, to the ntudershiined for palymenat b)y
he 1st dayv of .iutmarv, niext. Thiomi
ideblted Iio said (!,tge p'iense in rke pnyS
neit, to the ni iulersigned.
THE NEW WAY.
- to think " fe
. m alie diseases "
could o nly be
treated after "lo.
c al examnina
\ tions" by physi..
clans. Dread of
kept thousands of
suffering. The in
Wine troduction of
Wieof Cardul has now demon
strated that nins.-tenths of all the
cases 4 :aenstr'ud d ~'3orders do
not requirte a physician's attention
at all. The simple, puro
EL VQE E T
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home Insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cur*s any
disease that comcs under the head
of "female troubles" -disordered.
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of lIfe. It makes
women beautiful by making thema
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
-the drug store.
For advice In cases requiring special
directions address, wiving: symptoms
-the " Ladiies' Advisory Denpartment,'1
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatta
W. I. ADD'.SON, M.D., Cary, Miss., gays:
- ustae Wine of' Carduil extensively in
my practice and aind i a most excellent
preparation for female troubles."
ho - , ow's )i1( .'
We offer One utatnded-Do iarn tewai
to for any ease of Ciatarrh that canuot be our
by Ifll's Catarrh cure.
co F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props, Tqledo, 4
We the undersigned, have known F.,
Cheney for the last 15 years, and belle'
hiitu perfectly honorable in all b8tine
of transactions and finan'cially able to car
out tin% obligations uiade by their firm.
W West & Trutix Wholesale Dru gists, T
to ledo, 0. Walding, Kinnan A Marvli
Whleiea fo drugists, Tololo, 0.
it Hall's Catarrh eurr is taken internall,
in acting directly upon the blood and mnucuoi
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bo
te. Sold by all druggists. Testlneonia
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
d like every other crop, need
.. A fertilizer containing nitro
d gen, phosphoric acid, and nol
e less than 3% of actual
s will increase the crop and im.
prove the land.,,
Our books tell all about the subject. The3
a are free to any farmer.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., Now York.
We are inl need of room for out fall
A atdtI witer Otckain order to make
it we propose to sel '.wit goods we have
oin h:ld at I ,.v ligIre.
We lave a I..t oi N-' GN0oo(s already
t .aU *%-t il, y honhdser. A ilace line of elglt
d(y clocsk. Frm't ll r und Ext r'itrs
W h hii (t % inle Pic(!kili N" vInga b,-,lI
a1-u :1e Pur. A Ilie Vinegar? A r p.en.
did hue (if (hew'Cs anid siouker's goOdS
Cigrar. -we wvanlt, your) tradt. ha-l at wil
1)E high f & i jDK. n.w.
FREEMAN & R1ENDRICKS
D~ressed anld mlatchetd Flooring,
$10 to $15 per M feet
Braided and matched Ceiling,
% x 3%, $10 per M feet.
'' '' " Ceiling,
% 6/ 0, $12.50 a301815 per M feet
%x ti, Sit; per M feet.
I oxing Base, platin Casing, Dressed,
125 .I2 S. and1 E., $15 per Mi feet
1% 1 S.Lumer, $1ti Per M feet,.
Iloatrds d ressed 28S. anmd 2 E , ,onnnaon,
$10 per M. feet.
Mouldings, 304 per 0. ft., for eca
inch in width.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Glass, Puftty,
Paints, Stains, Varnishes, Oils,
Laths, Limo Plastering, Ihair, Plas
ter Paris, Nails.
Cower & Speights,
Oflice an.td Warehmouse 107 Laur~ene
(hoai and W\ood1 Ya.1 and Lumber
I unber' Sheets, (I. & WV. C. R. R.,
coIrner' i~'Boa and Ga:s areots,
ap'.r2i-17yl. (roev'). . O'I.
OVark & ODooper,
SMARBLE AND) GRANITE
Des cri pt ion .,s
MA NTPEI-, ST~ATUARY, VASEF
and( Wriouight Ir on F'ENCING.
CLARK( & COOP~ER,
apr8-97y1. Greenvile, S. (I.
te y.on l u.u (ark'eth1ta fre s e t ir nn.
11011 ilt t CAIHIiit ?. li h ibok 01 :tnt
olatent, ti t I r gh, iutu~ & (2r ar otvo
epteku notice. wHl hiut, chanrge, In the
r:rur lmonithsa. #1. sold1 by au1 nlowadnlciirs.
~UNN & Co.381 Broad-ay,.New York
Branch ol"" 6% F St., WVashinton. .,C
W AUiJAM4Ll AND rktkY.Ali4..
Large drove jtist in. from
Ttnnessce, fine, young, sound
and at living prices.
We dety competition in our
Inspection of stock solicit.
Stables and StorChouse
GREENVILLE - - S, C.
Ask For Trading Sta.*
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
E~very Department~ now Refilled
With Choico New Material.
IN DRESS GOODS,
SILKS AND TRIMMINGS,
The assortment would do credit
to some of the big city stores.
They have all grades from the
cheapost to the vecry flnest makes.
They have trimmings of a1l do
scription's to match all shades of
IN WHITE AND WASH GOODS
The aIsortmont was never morn
comnlphoto. All grades of white and
colored Organdies, I awns, Mushmns,
Piques, Swissos, D)ucks, French
Ginghams, Percales, Calicoes,
etc , etc.
TH'IEIR LINE~ OF LACES ANDJ
18 the largest ever displayed in
his part of thme globe.
In all lit-ding mnko--long me
dium and short cuts, From 50
cents to $2.00.
P'ARASOLAS AND SUN SIIA DES
Ini all the new up to (late ideais.
You will find them in black, white
THLE[R CARP~ET, MATTING,
RU;G, Shade and Curtain Depart.
ment i the largest'in this part of
the country and their prices are
gua nitOOd lowver than you will find
ini A lanta or Charleston.
They koop Hutter~ck Pat'orne
'only reliable pattern, Ask for
B utterick Fashion Shoot and Yark
Stick, andI TrIadling Stamnps--they
presenlt themn to their customers,
t("' Just opoened Ready Made
Thirt Waists and1( Skirts.
Never hfore A thk n . e
now has. It is nottpo early tk * p
This hot weather w0 Ras
We are making a specialty akh
dren's course Shoes, in this line' bi 'tI o
and get your moneys worth. We are talkin n
haven't time for anything else, but wait fo
nouncenent and you will see something interest"d
F0olgerf and Thor
Doalors in General Morchandise.
Pickens, South C
I am offering between now ant Ohrist'as.
Sle Biggest Bargains I
3ENTS FURNISHING GOODS EVER OFFERED IN GREENVILL
j" I have a very large stock on hand and I am determined to r
luce Stock before I tako inventory by January 1st.
S now is your golden chance. Come and be convinced;
,rial wont hurt you.
A welcomo to all. I
GREENVILLE, ~- .
I Will Pay For Room
MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR FALL AN
DREAT MIDSUMMER CUT PRICE AND CLEARANCE SAL
And will continue through JULY and A(UGUIST. Mf prices are aiwa'
the LOWEST, but now to make room and give my oustomers GOO
VALUES that will make for moc strong friends for the future, amy enthb
stock of Dry Goods, without rescrye, will be offered at a
Tremendous Out Price.
)RGANDIES which were sold at 20c now being closed out at 5c. 1Mu
ims, Lawvns, Piques, White Goods, Laces, Underwear, Men' and Lgdiei
Ul are cut wvay bolew their vailue.
Investigation and reflectioni will convince you sthat the bargains
ifer are unprecedented. Corn early before they are all picked ove
A, K. Park.
West End Greenville, s. 0.
Farmer's Mechanics, Laborers
D on't D o It !
What? Buy youir goods on credit. You can't aflford it. Pay cas
and buy what you can pay for. If' you don't owe a store
bill, and have good health, you should bo happy.
Where Will I Trade ?
At William Fagan's Dry Go:d8 and shoe store, of course, where ,
the past year that it is the place to buy Dry Goods and Shoe
lie (does not charge goods to any one, thierforo you have r
01(d debts to pay for other people1, when you dealh with Jhm
TIhis wook we arc selling all our ready made Skirts, Fane
Lawne, P'Ks. and Summer Stuff at wvhat they cost in Ne
York . If you nieed any Summer Dross Goods, y'ou get the,
We have just received two large cases, 1,000 pounds<
biundle prints--Percalos and Ginghams--just the thing f,
bedding; also 500 yards reminanits of blue double and, twi
D)emim-just the thing for cheap pants-10c a yard, wort
128c. We sell so many goods that wve have a large 'suppJ
of shorL ends in most every kink of goods--look for our re i.
inant table, you always find bargains there.
Early Fall Dress Goods. wehv eevaa large line in co1b
(trimins t mach)at prices whic
you can afford to pay. Weo are airet dy having a go< d.tra<
in dress5 goods. We have a beautiful line of Black Drei
Goods and~ Silks, at prices that credit stores cannot mate
(do not buy till you see thorm. Have you a nice silk wais
We have over 150 patterns for you to select from, all ne'
adies' and Gents' Shoes. we are selling all our ladies' Oxfords ;
cost. $2.00 Ox fords at .$1.35; 1.50 0;
fords at *1.05; $1.00 Oxiords at 80c; '75e Oxfords at 60-i
handsome, stylos and new goods.
We have received several byndred p~air's of shoes alroal
for our fall trade; they are solid1eather and cheap. We et
sell you as good stock ladies' or meon's, as can be found
It's a little early to talk Jeans to you, but I have the
in my basemnent.-300 pieces of the best Jeans ever shown
Greenville, at the price, all ready for the fall trade, pric
Put a peg heo and (do not forget me Wvhen yott c'mms
Greenville to buy Dry Goods or Shoes.
Corner Main & Coffee Streets,