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The Peop11's Journial.
Local pnd Personal.
-W. J Dickens is at homo with
his fanayd in Pickens for a few days
-Mrs. Barnett Porter, of Fielt,
is reported as being very ill.
-lobt. Hendricks, of Field, spent
a few days of last week in Columbia.
- Mrs. Rogers, of Lexington, Ky.,
is visiting Mrs. U L. Hollingsworth.
--Mrs. J. L. Thornley and son,
Bertrau, spent Monday in Greenvilre.
-J. . H1agiood, Jr. and family, of
Easle , spenat lt Saturday iii Green
-Lucius Earle loft Sunday for
Baltimore, here ho will study phar
--Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. and
John Haynes, of Liberty township,
on the 23d inst , a son.
-Presbytory was in session at Ft.
Hill last week. Dr. J. R. Riley, who
attended, returned Monday.
--J. B. It. Freeman and Sh.eriff
McDaniel caried John Eades to the
State hospital last Thursday.
-W. A. Roper, of Field, has a
fine horse for sale. Price reason
able. Call on him. 2t.
-Misses llulaih and Claudia
Chiles, of the Brushy Creek section
are visiting the family of W. H. Ash
-Jas. A. Hendricks is erecting a
large and commodious residenco on
his well tilled farm at Tablo Moun
-Experience and observation
are our best teachers, hence the
necessity to visit the next Stat..
-We learn from Monday's Daily
Times that Chas. Garraux left for
Pickens to take charge of Neal &
Newell's bAlk yard.
-Ellis Clark began opgratog a
government distillery over in the X
Roads stelion last Wedtiesday. Van
Freeman is the guager.
--F. F. Spencer shoes, successor
to Win. Humphries, Greenville, tells
you on our first page aill about his
shoes. Read his ad.
-J. J. Fretwill, of Anderson, is
overstocked on wagons, good wagons,
and will sell the-n for one-half cash.
Read his advertisement.
-Sam Looper, who has been in
Columbia for several nonths,returned
home thisoveuk and will attend
school this fall and winter.
-All parties desiring watch
work done will find J. (. Brock in
Pickens, October 5th, 6th and 7th,
prepared for watch work.
Misses Money, Lilliai and Victo
-s. Richard and J.
ille, are on a visit
jr. Boonnett Hill,
. . a .lassingame, of An
derson county, father of lawyer W.
F. Blassingame, of this place, was on
a visit last week to Dr. W. T. Field,
of the Maynard section.
-The new hotel at Easloy is a
sure thing. $1ho contract has been
let and it will be a forty room struc
ture. It will occupy the site where
Hlagood's li very stable now~ stands.
--The town has been full of insur
ance agents this week. \V.' A. Bar.
tun, J1. M. Jordan and C. L. Yates,
all of Greenville, and all mnsurance
menS', were in Pickens Monday and.
-Thoe Pickens railra rO(1iun1 at) cx
tra train to Easloy last Sunday for
tihe accommodationi of the colored
people of this vicinity to visit that
place and witurss thle baptizing of
twenity live coinverts.
-J. D. Holder is flooring tile ware
hlouse at the depot and fixing ai drive
way through the nuiloing for the
easy haiidliig of cotton seedI, imal
an~d hulls. T1he improvementI will be
a labor saver and conivenient.
---The county chain gangr has just
finished a bridge neross T~velve Mile
river at, Graveley's mill, and will come
to Pickents next week to work ont the
streets of the t')wn and1( thbe roads
leading out from here. They) cannitot
got horo' too soon1.
Lockhart Mills pepl have aigreed' to
build a line oif railroad1 thirteen imikfs
long, from the mills to Orr's on the
Southmein. Rt. C. S rother-, of Wal
mhli, has thme contract for ih11( grad-.
ing. Ho began is work last week
--The meeting at Bethlehem), con
ducted by R1ev. .J. S. Porte., assisted
by Rev. J. E. Rtushton, closed last
Fridany night with six accessions anid
a number of conIversiois. There
were good congregations t hroughmoutI
the entiro mieetinig anid much interest
-Deputy Collectors Gus Aiken
and West, anel Depuity Marshlals J.
C. Alexatnder and 11 C Grady, elim
inated two stills in~ Centrai townshlip
last Saturdlay. They dlestroyed about
1,200 gallons of Leer and captured
Charlie \Varren at on~e of tile shian
- - WV. E. Stephens, of Redmond,
while out on Bald Mountuuin on the
19th 4nst., after rhuscaidinos, met with
a serious and what came necar being~
a fatal mishap. He wvent to stel:
across a chasm some1 fewv feet wide
and thme rock and his shoes being wcd
shipped as he0 made his jumifp anid fell
between sixty and eighmty feet rigi
down tehe mou ntgin. For a wond~ei
he was inot killed or no0 bones0 wer
broken. There were eight gashes cui
in1 his head to the skull, and his b ody
wvas c.onsiderably bruised. Dr Robt
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Cen
tral next Wednesday.
-Mrs. D. B. Finney and Miss
Emma Finney are in Auderson this
--Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
N. Folger, of Gaffney,on the 28d inst.,
-Dr J. M. Cronshaw, of Table
Mountain, went to Seneca last week
All enjoyable sociable'was given
tlhe young people of the town at A.
Morris' last Frilay night.
-Mrs. J. H. Abercrombie, who
Jives neair town, is dangerously ill
-Secretary Holloway informs us
that 1te prospect for a fino exhibit
and largo attendance is very flat
-J. 0. Brock, the wiatchmaker,
will be in Pickens October 5th, 6th
7th. Partes desiring watch work
will find him l-.ie on thoso days.
-The demand for premiuml a
of the State Fai r contianei. Writo
sooni for a Copy to Th'lios. W. ful
loway, Secretiry, Pomaria, S. C.
--Married on the 18th instant at
the residence of -Mr. Rial Barnett 'y
Rev. Johnson Sheriff,'\liss Curry to
Mr. D. Barnett, all of Pickeiis county.
- We have plenty of receipts and a
mn in lo office who will ilways take
pleisure inl waitin~g on von and write
you i recipt for wVhat you pay us.
Come up and settle what you owe.'
The Governor 6f North Carolina
and the Uovernor of South Carolina
have gone to attend the Dewey cele
bration in New York. The proba
bilities are that they will not have
occ asion to make nny remarks upon
an extraordiniry lapse of timo be
t wven drinke.-Savannah News.
-W. E. Choswell, superintendent
of tho Newry cotton mill, is the
primo mover in the.establishment of
a cotton factory at Westminster. He
and Capt. Win. A. Courtenay and W.
P. Anderson and others, of WOstlli)
fiter. have applied for a charter, an)td
e"verythling now points to a successful
- Proprietor J. G. Wyatt., of the
Greoiville hotel, in Augusta street,
has decided to give up the honso on
the 1 of next month and remove his
familyN, intoi a residenco in Rhett
street. The hotel is the property of
0. P. Mills and W. A. McBrayer, who
have not %et made arrangements for
its rent after this month.-Greenville
-- Mrs. Mary An O'Dell, relict of
the late Calvin O'Dell, anid sister to
h. 1. Hendricks, died at home neat
Easley, on the 19th inst., after a )in
gering illness, in the 60th year of
her age. She was t consistent mem
ber of the Methodist church, Har
remains were interred at the family
burying ground on the day following
--Cards lhave been received here
ann'ouiig the coming marri'age of
Miss Marie Huffman to Dr. Jlohn
.James Lindsay next Tuesday at high
noon in the Presbyterian church at
Seneca. The marriage is announced
by Miss Huff'man's unele and aunt,
Mr'. and Alrs. Frank M. Gary, of Sen
e' a Miss Hufmnan has frequently
visited in Pickens and has a wide cir
cle of friends here and throughout
-Dr. J1. M. Crenshaw of Table
Mountain, is interestmni himsmelf in a
telep)hone line from Pickens to Caes
ar's Head. HeJ has enr.ugh sub
scribed to put up the line from Table
Mtountain to t he 3eaid, and we hope
he will get it to Pickens. This, we
th ink , would1( be a Iirst rat4 lin e, as
the line firomi the [lead extends to
Brevard, N. C., and we couild timn
order-aur cabbiiges, aLlple sand pota
to'es as we neededl them from our
North Carolina neighbors.
-Seneca is situated in the midst
of a ino tigricultural country and is
a thriving town of 1,800 or 2,000 in
habitants. There have been greait
changes there in five years. Old
w'oodeni buildings hatvo been sup~er
s. ded be' modern brick structures,
bnismeis '.as increased in volutme aid
thie- st.otlks. of' goods carried by her
merchiahts would be a credit to a
much larger place. The old corner
whe~re Alf Thompson used to run a
livery stable is nowv adorned with a
mnodernu two story b~rickc, and Loweri
ltird & Co do a rushuing merchant ile
busiessm there. Seneca has a fn
graded schlool and her ed ucationali
facilities ar'o No. I. Alt .her people,
espeitIlly her buiness men, are alive
to her interests and aliwnys on the
lookout; for the advancement andl im.
piovement~ of the town.
Thel (County Commihssioners will re
ceive sealed bi'ls for a Steward for the
P'oor Farm at the October meeting (2d
dlay (of October) for the ' ear 1900.
td E. F. LOOPER,
In Nilaryland there is a man wvho
has built a coffin for' himself, and lhe
lies down ini it for a short time each
(lty and smo~kei. Hie says he is "get
ting used" to the coffin. Maybe he
smoiikna in it because' lhe expects to
smoke hereafter also, and is getting
usned to thaut at the saime time..
The annual meeting of the old
Stone Church and. Cemetery Asso.
ciation will~b3 held on the first Frmi
dlay in October, the 5th day of the
month. A full meeting iA dcsiired.
There will tie an address by one 0r
more distinguished gentlemen. The
public is cordially invrted to meet
with us andl spend tae day at this so
cr'ed place, wvhere so many of youi
friends lie bur iedh.
By order of B F. SLOAN, .
Got all th9 nows of the Coumnt3y
hv subhscribinig foir THE JOURNAL.
One dollar will pay for a year .
Mr. Editor: Oin Saturday last
I thelight i would take a trii
through my settlenilt to 13o in
neighbors crops The bost cottoi
I saw belongs to Georgo F. Rob
inson. It looks its if it wouh
make a bale to the acro, even thi
sorry cro) year. The next wat
Sam Mansell's bottom corn, and i
is cortaitinly fine. BUt the best up
land c >rn I saw bolonged to Wil
liam Aloxiinde;r and M. V. ILetok.
It was planted early an(1 ciltivat
tod by mon who understood how
to farm.. WV. C. Dacus was next
that I % ill IIlmi ainl to 60y tha
he is a g o:1 farimer would b-, toll
Ing only part of tho trilth. H-14
always makos good croIps regarld
le'ss of good season.. By te way
Crat y, Couldn't you give us somll
(ots oi farming. Next was G. W,
Grifini who has fine cottaa and ex.
tra'fine Corn and Pons on his file
cotton land. Thence wo mado \V
N. Hughes' our objective point for
the night, and wo weire received
with a big welcome, and I tell you
his good wifle and d(1alughter ill-law,
Jomnie, cotain lly k now how to pie
Iaro a tablo to suit a ian's app -
tite. We enjoyed ours -lves duil 'i
our Stay with tlihem1 to per0feotioi.
Mr. Hughes lid, pa'rt.of a . no j.lee
pickled away "pIt yi sF:be vas
not u.sed to beef. Uy dreams was
not as pleaiSnt as Was expueted,
but I couldi-'t tell which was the
cause, the beef or the honey. -On
account of his lands rr..aching so
far in every direction, I did not
se but little ,of his- crops. * He also
has a largo store house and it's full
of nice goods. Also a ginnery and
saw mill. After refreshing our
selves to all othor good meals, we
wonded our way homeward.
Next on-our way was T. T. Hu.
ghes' plaIn tation who had all the
land I could see sowed in peas.
Next was J. P. and S. F. Robin
son's bottom corn on Cnrpenter's
Creek, and it certainly is file co rn
andlhas 1)0011 well cultivated. We
took dinnor with F. V. IIogsod and
a nicer dinner no man ever sat
down to. le is one of our model
farmers. Thence our next poin
was h;ie, which we arrived aboult
night and felt 300 per cent. bettei
by having made the tril). N<
more. Bend of the River.
Spain's Createst Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelonn
$pain, spends his wiitors at A ike:
S. C. WYeakl norvos had cause'd se
vore pains inl the back of his head
On using Electric Bitters, Amenri
ca1'8 greatest. Blood and Norv
Remedy, ali pLiu soon left him
II says this grand nedicin il
what his country needs. All Am
orca knows that it cuires liver anc
kidney trouble, purifios the blood
tones up the stomach, strengthen
the nervos, p~uit vim, v'igor anc
new life into every mfuscle. nlervi
and organ of the body. If we'ak
.tiredl 'or oilinlg y on need it. Ever3
b~ottle guaranteed, only 50 conts
Sold by WV. T1. McFall.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horiblhe burn
scald, cut or bruise. Buchilen'
Arnica Salve, the best in the0 world
will kill the p~ain and promptl:
h~eal it. Cures old sor'e.s, fever~ sores
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all skii
erupjtionS. Best pilec cure n 1artli11
Only '25e a box. fjure guaranteed
Sold by W. T.' McFall.
Notice to Debtors and Cred
I: ite obf S4,m l' Btrown, d1(Eve ai<d, w'il
ple ise pret-et ihe' a nule. properb'l.y' atte'
ii'd, tb thre nnriiIgnieud for pa~ymen~tt b.
iihe 1st. dli a of ~ J 111nuary, ne~xI. lihos
in debt d to) sn1id et3.L.tO b luense( mll ike pai
iurentt to th-> uintrailsigne.l
LUvCIAN 11 END)RiC.S
* housands of
vals with pains
in the head,
b a ck, breasts,
hips and limbs.
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
danigerous' derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operat~e
snakes tanenstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrualtorgans in condli
tion todo their.*ork property.
And that' stops all' this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardui wIl.1 relieve her? It
costs $x.oo at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
For advice, In cases requiring
special directions, addi-ess, giv
ing symiptoms, "The Ladies'
Advisory .Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine' Co.,
Mrs. ROZtA LEWIS,
"I was troublet0 nhly ieantervals
-with terribie pains in my head and back,
but have been entirely etleved by Wine
0 To ATENTGood Idi
may be secured by
our aid. Address,
THE PATENT RECORD
subsriptonsto The Patent Tiecord Ol, per en'
* H~ow's 'ls
We offer One H[undroe Dollias irtewn
for any case of Catarrh tilt cahnot be enr
by faill'iA Catarrh cure. .
F. J. O[1-NEY & CO., Props., Toledo,
Wt the undersigned, have known F.
Cheney for the ist 15 yours, and belie
bitn perfectly honorablei in all busim,
transactions and flnai ble tW car
out any obligatinA mnado bY their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesaie Dru W ists, ',
ledo, 0. Waldin,* Iinnan Marvi
Iil 18's Cata.rrh . tu its takenl inaternaill
actitig directly upiot the blood and iutieluto
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per b<
tie.. soll-Ay, all druggists. TesillnicI
IIall's Family Pills iare the best.
COLORWardflav erof fruit
size, quality and al
pearance of vegetable
weight and plumpness of grai
are all produced by Potash.
properly combined with Pho
phoric Acid and Nitrogen, an
liberally applied, will improv
every.sd l L increase yiel
and-Wualit fany crop.
Write and get Free our"jtnpiets, whb
tell how to buy and use fertilizers wi
greatest economy and profit.
GWRFiAN KALI WORKS,
Naessau St., New York.
We a e ill lieil of inom for op. (i
an11d win ter stocks nil hl order to uali
it we. tolmse to sell wint .i.ds wN-!e hai
ol I ai d 3t. .1 1 >w .rure.
We avie t Il:t iif Nvw G(.ods rairemI
thitt. ish- tII a'id1 sk.e. A ilice tlne (of eigi
day clocks. i1ro0t . ri'id Tex u:b I 111e)
WllhittI %%i ( tn-Ii ui ikhing- Vieiner.ga
al-o t hI e l r.. A 1..- V inl . A Q11)h-e
h1d linle of Che n e t'.s and1 s.nwker's* g-101
Cigar ve % 0at your ti.l b:al and u
bld hig-h for. i .inl- lamw.
FREEMAN & HENDRICK;
Drcuaed anmathe Ploorinig,
$10 to $15 per M ft
,Braded anid rnatcelmd (Uni ing,
% x 3 , $10 per M ft
" " "(Celling,
- % x ', $12.50 and $15- per M i
" " " Partitiona,.
7/ xl6, Sit;iwpr M ft
Boxing Base, plainu Casing, 1)ressed,
2 8. a~lId 10., 81 per M1 f
I1%4 x 12 S. Liionbeuar, $1( perm M feet..
Boards dressed 28. and3( 2'10 ;eotumon,
-$10 per M. fe
Moulings', 304 pcer C. ft., for ea
inich in width.
Paints, Stainsg, Varnis4hes- 0:
Lat hs, Li mo Plaster'ing, I lair, P1
ter Paris, Nails.
Cower & Speights,
Office anid \Varehouuse 107 Laurt
Oo:ra aind \\'odl Yard anid Lll
cornerl Brodl and3( Ga's sitreets,
( reomnvillec, S. C
a p r29-97y v .
Olark & oopei
MARBLE AND GRANIC
MANTLEL~S, STIATUIARIY. VAS
apr8-97y1. (Greeinville, S. C
Sul e..y ascern unr oiinfree iv ot her
t free. lde.st gdcy fo accfn c l ialesit
.peciaLnotic, without c ro nthe
$Cittitf JimH ericatt
I enato of an clifI loral. 'erni I
ear: t our months, $1. 80d1 / all niewadeAl
Wd MO n NL 0 Itradway, NwY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large drove just in from
Tvnilessee, fine, yOung, sound
and at living prices.
We defy competition in our
Inspection of stock solicit.
Il. Stables and Storehoust
River St eet, -
GREENVILLE, - S. C
Ask For Trading Stta.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CA RPETS. AND
et. Evory Department~ now Rofiller
ueet With Choico Newv Material.
"IN DRESS GOODS,
st. SILKS AND T RIMM!NGS
y, Th assortmiet wouIld do credi
s tosomeof the big city stores
-s *.They have all gradles f rom thei
~.cheapes)t to the v'ery finest makes
They have trimmings of a1l do
scriptions to match all shades of
'IN WITE AND) WASH GOODE
TIhe asortmfot waIs never' mlor4
comploo. AllI girds of wvhite an
c'olored Organidies, 1 awvns, M uslhos
Piquies, Sw iHsss, Duicks, Frencl
oe , oe.
THEIR LINE OF LACES AN]
Is the largest over) dlisp)laydI i
FE this partL of theC globo.
In all lhaading mr ko3-long me
di(um and short cuts, From 51
cents to $2.00
ES. PARASOLS AND) SUN SUIADEI
In~ all the now upi to (late ideas
You wi lli find thom ini black, whit
THEIR CARPET, MATTING
R UG, Shado andl Curtain Depari
ment is the largost in this part (
Sthe counitry and( their prices ar
gualranIteed( lower than you will fin
in A tlanta or Charleston.
They keep) Rutterick Pattorne
'only re~lilo'( pattern). Ask ft
Ihutterick Fashiion Shoet and Yar
Stick, and Trading Stamps-the
'present them to their customers.
its', Just oponed Ready Mad
OShirt Waists and Skirts.
"rk & Rlenttic
Solid* Car. Load
We have just received a Solid Car L'
Never before has this house held such astock o"'
now has. It is not too early to begin to look after
FALLU AND) WINT.ER SHO -
This hot weatler won't last much longer,
We are making a specialty on Men, Women and ChU
dren's course Shoes, in this line buy the
and get your moneys worth. We are talking Shoes now'And.'.i
haven't time for anythmig else, but wait for our Fall .Anw
nouncement andlyou will see something interesting.
Folg er and Thornei
Dealors in General Merchandise.
Pickenp, South Carolina.
I am offering betweon now and Christmas
The Biggest Bargains J
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS EVER OFFERED IN GREENVILLE
'' I have a very large stock on hand and I am determined. to e
duco Stock before I take inventory by January let.
So now is your golden chance. Come and be convinced; a
trial wont hurt you.
A welcome to all.
GREENVILLE, - - - - - - - 8. 0.
I Wilt Pay For Room
I MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR FALL AND
CREAtT MIDSUMMER CUT PRICE AND CLEARANCE SALE
And will 8ontinue through JULY and AUG UJST. M' p~rices are always
the Lt)WES'I, but now to maike room and give my cuptomeis GOOD
VALUES tihat will make for me strong friendls for the future, my entire
stock of Dry Goods, witho~ut resorye, will be offered at a
TIremnendou~s Cut Price.
ORGANDIES which wecre sold at 20c now being closed out at 5c. Mus
lins, Lawns, Piques, White Goods, Laces, Underwear, Mens' and Ladies'.
All are cut way bolewv their value.
Iinvestigation and reflection will convince you that tho bargains I
offer are uniprocedenited. Com: early before they are all picked. r.
A, K. Park
West End Greenville, s. 0.
Farmiier's Mechanics, Laborers.
Don't Do It!
What? Buy your good1s on credit. You can't afford it. Pay cash
and buy what you can pay for. If you don't owe a store
bill, and have good health, you should be happy.
Where Will I Trade ?
At William Pagan's Driy Go:>ds and Shoe Store, of course, where ,so
many hundreds of people have learned in
lhe past year thant it is the placo to buy Dry Goods and Shoes.
lie does not chargo goodls to any one, therforo you have no
01(d (debts to pa~y for otheor people, when you deal with him.
Th'lis week we are selling all our ready made Skirts, F'ancy
Lawns, P'Ks, and Summer Stuff at what they cost in New
Yor k. If you ne~ed any Summer Dross Goods, you get them~
We have just receivedl two large cases, 1,000 pounds of
hundle prints-Percales and 0 inghams-just the thing for
bedding; also 500 yards remnants of blue double and twist
Denim-just the thing for cheap pants-10c a yard, worth
12ac. We sell so many goods that we have a large supply
of short ends ini most every kink of goods-look for our re n
nna table, you always find bargains there.
3 Early Fall Dress Goods, we have received a large line in colors
(trimmings ;o match) at prices which
you can afford to pay. We are airet dy having a goo d trade
in dross goods We have a beautiful line of Black Dress
- Goods~ and Silks, at prices that credit stores cannot match,
0 do not buy till you see them. Have you a nice silk waist?
We have over 160 patterns for you to seloct from, all new,
'Ladies' and Gents' Shoes. We are selling all our ladies' Oxfords at
fors t 1.5;*~,0cost. $2.00 Oxfordls at $1.35; 1.50 Ox
fors a $.05 $100Oxfords at 80c; 75c Oxfords at 60c-all
handsome, styles and new goods.
r e have received several hundred pairs of shoes already
for our fall trade; they are solid loather and cheap. We can
-sll you as good stock ladies' or men's, as can be found im
r South Carolina.
k It's a little early to talk Jeans to you, but I have them
in my basement-800 pieces of the best Jeans ever shown in
Greenville, at the ,price, all ready for the fall trade, prices.
e 100u .t a peg hiero and do not forget mo when you come to
Greenville to buy Dry Goods or Shoes.
VWm. F agan,