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e PQeople's Journal.
".cal vind Personal.
- A. John Boggs, of Fort Hill,
was here Mogday.
-8. :. Wyatt, of Easley, was
heVre Oil business Monday.
--Mr. and Mrs. Jorre Looper
v Vited ill E'asley Sunday.
-Miss Fiioy, of Anderson, is
visituing Mrs. J. L. Bolt this wuek.
-Misses Lila and Rachaol Har.
ris, of Field, visited friends in town
this wov k.
-A very enjoyale sociable was
given at \1r. and Mrs. J. J. Lowis'
-orn unto Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Cooper, of near Pickens, on tho
15th inst., a .
-. Lowis, who has been very
ill with the fever at his home in
town is limiproving.
---Ilorii uto Mr. and 'Mrs. An
drew Blalckstol), of near town, oin
tho 14th inst., a son,
-Section Master Partridgo is
having a ncat cottago erected on
his lot near the depot.
-M isses Florenco Bowen and
F!ormno Bolt are visiting rclatives
at Dacusvillo this week.
-Mrs. llora Lathiom has pur
(haso(l the old Bradley house and
lot and has moved to Lwn.
-Rev. A. j. S. Thomas treate'
h1is congregation to I fino sormon
in the Bapt ist church Sunday.
-H1. C. Shirley, of Liberty, who
has bln very low with fever for
0some timue, is improi slowly.
- G 'u'li Ham'od and
Viola lbun < 1 Ea.flv, visited
the Alis .:%-; Folur in town last
~-p--M srs, ihby . Thompson, of
Walhall, Ourdthe contranct to
iild fifty tenant oli)uses for the
Easle~y cotton 11i01.
-McElreath &k, Ilaiiltonl, of
Iley'slv , livo pllr(haills'. a brich
mahie ndmeab~out readIy to
Tna si oftow an vittcine.
tv w ,ro tirnato ar lkVery isre
ty, but late ot
-. d V i PicIcens and
:~ -ilke here hi(- future home.
Tl'), % ( v-11 1 (if .1 adge Now
i b.: ib brue' father,
Jo ss MLiranda1I M~cAl
-(c .(). Skel ton, of' Liberty,
L IvIl~i 1and, Abblov ilI lo uty. Rev.
have\' the congrtulatjins of many'
*-E liar Pob1r a id wilo of Gafi'
noly, aro vi t inag rel ati ves ir1 Pick
enls this weei.k. 11 is many frie-ids
were glad~( to I)-re him [and1 to kn1ow~
that lie ha~d recoveredl from his~ mnis
fortuno whiichi befell him i some
-10 ti: replorted that the citize~ns
of Libeiy arto trying to get a cot
ton miiill. SeeralI thiousand ldol
laris has al ready heen subscribed
towardI (11o anhd wo0 hope a sufli
cienit amount to build ono there
will be raiVed.
--C. B1. I f agood h as recentlyen
te'rredi Clemisoni Col lega. JIohn N.
11 allumn is~ e'nterred South Carohina
College. Bloth theso young men
were admittetd without examina
tin, uipoin the merni'is of their dii
phutnai~ts fr-om the Li sloy GIraded
chased t h I very st ablo of IL. M,
(imfo ~, nearli Ashmoftre's shop, and(
will put1 ini Pievera'l nice h)orses and
vehi cles t his week and hereafter
wil run111 a fir st cla ss hivery and
ai liberal 'ri' of th pa ~Htroniago.
-TIhe tu Wses will let to tho
lowe'st,10 reponsi'-ible bltldir, Ocitober
20th, at 10 . mi, ti' h( coilin and1
niha Ii .Jhi ltiis f.,r the Unioli
la :.wi nes. Ie a ou
C" "* i ng. in t
e'I. ry of toni~ Prter's 3reh
-Calvyin Chwou, who:-c home ii
~i 11. Hfe Wase on y sie!<( a short
ii fift V years olti
t n f )ie Batis~ mt church
HII Iinv'i w ife aind eight chi1
drn , m , r hi s ii deU~~ [th, h
f- i . i .. he Sa ud Ji
--Seaborn Keith, or tlo Table
Mountain section, was in town ol
business Moliday. Ho brought
with him a boll of cotton that had
Sixteen locks of cotton. lio has a
laigo fiold ot this cotton and saiy1s
there is no uso going to Texas (;o
rauio cotton when yoU C11n1 raise as
nmucl here oi less money.
-Tie following is a list of the
Potit Jurors drawn to servo at this
torm of court which convenes the
23d inst: T M Joncs, W A Grant,
Miles Allgood, B Rt Porter, W J
Gillespie, J D Cronshaw, W C
Daeus, Elias Day, Joo Fiendley,
13 F Froeman, Allen Durham, R
P Iamilton, Charles N Durham,
Bowei Stowart, Rial Barnett, Thos
Durham, Joe -lughos, J 11 Keith,
W V Clayton, TihoamnAs B Arnold,
J M Childress, J J Drake, 11 C
Crawford, Z N Mullinax, Rob( L
Perry, T C Cobb, Z T Jones, W .\
Gantt, E' B Shlieriff, G V Broazca
-J T Hinkle, -James Stegall, A J
Loaper, A J Perritt, L 1, KEll y
and ) A Gilstran.
No R itght to UiUices.
.l'he wNoulai- Wl,1 11 lovi ly I i
form an1d temper will w: hav
frieinds, but, OU who Woul 1(1 I t
tractive inust heo] ]ler hl- alti. .II
sho is weak, sickly ant all run
down, sho will bo iervous aid ir
ritable. If she has constipation or
kidnoy trouleo, her impure blood
will cause pimples, blotclies, skin
eruptions andf a wretchd complex
ion. Electric Bitters is the best
medicine inl the world to regulate
stomach, liver and hidoys anid to
purily tho blood. It gives strong
nierves, bright cyes, imotlh, velvet y
skin, rich complexioni. It will mal:v
i goud-lookilng, charming wonm
ofa run-d:>n invalid, Only .'
cents at W. T. MlcFall's dinig store.
Notice of Finll"I Settlemen':.
I will apply to J. 11. N w ey r!
.fIndge, fori 1iCkeniS cOuItV, fr0 I finli
settiflenent, with Iny wanl4IS, Willim
Wallevr Ilvendrielho. ct, al] , minlon-, wn tHw
loth ( y 4of Novemi be 18 ', :md i ask 1t
be diits::ed ams G inu i din,
oct 12w4. GUntian.
vais wviih pai
nx the lie u,
ha hr - -
'. C:c pains a re symptomsl of
clangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The mU1el-l
t-rual function should operate
*~~:f " er"~min painless, -
nd regular. It puts the deli
cate menistrual organis in, cond
tioni to do their work prope,1y.
Andmc that stops all this pam.n
Why will ainy woman suiffe
mouthafter month wvhen Wine .
of Cardiui will relieve her? It
costs $r.oo at the drug store.
Wh y don't you get a bottle I
F or advce in cases requiring I
special directions, address, giv
inig ,symptorms, "Thme Ladies
t Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Mr.of Osanaville. Texas, say i
"I ws troUbled at monthly Inrvaig
with terrlie pains in my head and heck , 4
but havo beenl entirely roliowed by Wino I!
FREEM AN & HENDRIOKS,
OBYrLowe-t prIicots andi first class
2I0'iI~omo and sen us.
J ~narger stock of goods than
over b~efore andmu moro to comei'.
Youris t rulyM,
FREEMAN & RlENDRICK8.
P. 8.-The time has come for
ll seHttlfieents. Plons5oU do't
on e.us in mhat respec't.
re~Sp:.. ~ re:adily to propecr fer,.
Larger~ Crop), fuller ra; andi
largecr grain are sue: to *ul
fromU a 1iberal use of teruliz~ern.
conftainingl~ at Icast 7% adual
Our books are froo to farmers.
GPRMAN~ KAMA WORtKS,
. 92 NJassau Bin.. New vapI~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Larg(e drove jut in from
Tenness;(ee, fine, young, soun1d
and nt living prices.
We dey competition in our
inspection of stock solicit
'tibles mnd Storehouse
River Sti cet,
GREENVILLE, - - S, C.
Ask For Tra ding Sta.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Every Department now Refilled
With Choice New Material.
IN DR ESS GOODS,
SILKS A~ND TRIMMIN~GS,
Tho assqortment would do credit
to some of the big city stores.
They have all gradesi from the
cheapest to the very finest makes.
They have trimmings of all doC
scriptions to match all shades of
IN WITEl' AND WVASII GOODS
Tfho assortmenit was neIver mnoro
comiple. AllI grades of white andl
coloredI Organd ies, I aiwns, iil ushins,
Piques, Swissos, D)ucks, French
Ginghams, Poercales, Calicoes,
etc , etc.
THEIR LINE OF LACES AND
In the largest over displayed in
this part of thie globe.
Ini all b ading mneko--long mo
dium and~ short cuts, From 50
Pl'AAS),2 A ND SU N SII AIDES
In all the n'n': up to date idleas.
Y~ou ill find theom ini black, white
TfILIE;R CA RPETWI, M\IATTlI'NG,
RUG, Shade and Curtain Depart
mient is thle largest in this part of
the country and their prce are
unranteed lower than you will (ind
~n Atlanta or Charleston.
They[ keep Thitterick Patternei
myrelialo pattern. Ask for
I ha terick lFash ion S heet an d Yark~
Stiek. and Trading Stamps-they
')resent them to their customore,
g~r Just oponed Ready Made
Shirt Waists and Skirts.
I ~ & Becattie.
Are You Prejidiced?
Are You Open to Convietion1
Many people think it necessary to go to some large city t(
DRUQ- 4 STRE
Doni't. You Believe It!
You can be eouvinced that there is a first-class drug store
here b)y calling oin
DR 7iGvIST, 1 Ia
P iK 0 ' ' T V E - - SOUTH CAROLINA.
We i :1 nd Varied Stock of
.o Brugs ami~ Vhemicals ..
STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES.
As can he found in any city,
\. Bty Direct from the Largest
in the country, andl buying for cas~h we are enabi d to get th~
lowest p'rices, becsjdes ahvways being sure of obtaining
FVre Fr~esh materials.
Again, we are not underlC en)Formos expense5 and can sell yol
goots ad fill your
PDR ES CRTIP TI ONS
A t Reasonable R~ate..
WVe Keep the Best
zP E RFHU ME S=
F~romn the Lead(ing Manufacturers.
Is Espe)Clally Solicited.
'1 U43/ % ~. n a~ re sons! utly arlinig every new, novel at
'1 mon(riI'ni, to tielIo thmat comes ithi or i
Lf I \ '1 1 ' 1e 11a ( me iin advertisedI at
wanti it, w' will ghllyI et it for youI if wo (10 11
2 lihave it in stoek.
purchse , you V1 may rest assureod it will be our cot
stuta!m to sel you01 the best goods that can be ol
,taine'd andi. att reas.onablle prices.
aug 1000 Finlena. , (1
er, but we are offering our entire stock o
Fall and Winter Goods
and we have one of the largest in the country, at the sante
prices we did when cotton was 5 cents a pound.
We are; making a speciAilty on Clothing, Shoes* Hats#
Dress (cods and (ents Furnishings.
We want to call your attention Flannels, Cabsimeres, outingi.
especially to our line ot Clothing Percales, Kerseys, and a lot dt
an1d Shoes. Wo havo nearly double Jans that's an eye opener, pried
th 4inioun11t, 0f ho h )0inos that we rom 10cent. ayard to 85 cents.
usuall carry .and aro in a botter Bed Tieking, Straw and Fqatherl
positi11 to "it you than ever be- Lace Curtains, Table Damask,
,fore, both ini quality and price. Line of all kinds, Toweling, dol'
'I'lhero is no need to toll you the lies. Don't forget to look at our
shoe to luv, for the Battle Axe line of Wool and Plush Cape.
will out, ve-ar any sloe for the same when in town. We have some
mIovl on t he marketK rarebargains to offer in this line.
Big lot of extra l'ants, ranging Hardware of all kinds. Stoves,
from 50 cents to $6.00, no trouble Trunks, Satehels, Sadles, Bridles,
to fit hoth, stout's and long's. Wagons, Harness, Buggy Harness,
Nice lino of Overcoats, both Wool Wagon lines, Lap Robes Buggy
and Machintosh. Largest assort- Umbrellas, and-but we must stop
lont, of Dress Goods ever shown as the editor is drawing a line cloaq
here. Woolen goos of all kinds, I under us and we haven't the space
to tell youi o4 hAlf' the things we'd like to, but come and see
f'or ymi1--reF, wJ will do our best to please you and every trade
Xwel 111111r 10 cenartstee to by satisfactory.
Dline of Geneal Merchandih.
Pirkens, South Carolina.
Harwar ofn' halknd.Sev
trer kin ls,
H- MV] I AM AGAIA'
t3D0INC FOR PICKENS TRADE
M~oiv of 1' ogood popjle of Pjckoi~q trado mith mie nomt. W6 ajJ&
prociaita i 1eir I. rado and love -.o ti.,.t -a t eo, and judging from the way
'11,1" 1 0 )tlii to muo they mnust believe that they have been treated
higt Woln ty goods are tho right goods, and that my prices are right.
to . it ii. iny ig claivo, f tiink 1 can justly ay that am pro
pared to iv my cistomero better goods for the money than they will
My i 'l'.. (IWes Sectin is full of everything any lady wants
I:10k ,d' Colored Goods, Mixod (bodie, Fancy Good Plain Goods,
1Einy h(e Baute Gl.A:sap eods.
I - pii-ie uiv.lf on keeping the best Jeans and Flannels that can be
sol at th. price. I oegoi my Pice on Jeads at 10 cents. Red Plan
priie toP~ Uhrao andt lovJeaon.. in tum at djdine.m h a
riht: ht ywooaro the kigtdand that kep o am. pricey leeright
Whith ui' maing foy hicli, womhink Ian juhildyn sierha for ene
paedt gvive my chtmen.~rs htaer goodlfo he foney air they l
goind hsehee. oa. c
On DrEssaGoods outima try fuhl ow overin anyi yady wanid
FieGod and i heap corbiods.ilsl yuyu lnet n uls
No fin i- yef onetepaicl tha et Jal and custoness they ga et
sld at eth fro . I. bei y rcAo en a 0cet.Re-ln
- In(Inanot s.lTha bes's 5hoJefor overe$State.
Undet arthe kind etheroo s cg you $3.60Hav anecd
shrt an rwr fo $4n fomen ad chillren's hoe leor than
vle T n hbo. pishev salf shoes solri5h; h8r pinreeny
godshoe (105;o p os to sela5z0.so orlshn 10.
OnytlnkeOUWt iou mayi~i ary thilndoern' hes you cansidr
qit oy ando prie combindIilell you arobeurblekrelable Auiny
Nair flno cm pth garte hatb lli myicuntor yeyge
th etfrmA.K A--P RK
it is th kmd othreharge, 13.5 and.
Coton$4i-coo I do otselama a. soihoe lesstha
We hi~-)eit wil $1. hihr ~The pmesen ic sol t eqin toen
a~l~lI~o i (~)Lo godll ok $1.25. aegon o ofo outi
I 1al atoesW nout~ pmetn anl avanesi mhe frc lhande $1.lace orer
wit pany youto buyrai obers alyenshs.in o nal eey
nthingI youw-.ut issoenIhv an hildrense stoes; yn canh find
piieit e Th(hos wicso18,ancn sell you arbofrtbeuargaiable in ey
rifunded oorfulS lomhr for hon piest uies
... GrvosnIenv XXillel,,S,8wrth7.
Coto 4(0( 1-2i Co eay(ttn Sc wot 14,7 4wihn r
We hop twll bo 1 v hig, bt te presntym price, 8salc. qalt
(1 0 rd, ovr thpide oleasti year. $1 w thnrgade0fh
adv ard in eavy Io gods Ckahatwe fore 1.00. d fryo ti
2l alW inter. E x ean dva neo Qityfrchnie I$pace0orer
wit manature-I andA jobersn fory inth1 prn.fr0er0.vey
3hin in~ m~y h Tweientl Io hlane all immen), fock in. ah0d.
p1,0m1n aths lowlc pgrics of19,acannote (feell yo oagnsie evey
2,nna yare :ose a'ereaeas,5 ,oworth Gic
00( yara lvy X~~ll fo Feathll, at5c, worth . .
Extra ytn slvy <uking .0 , bs md,5c, worth lic,
S,00 yads lleavy Woolng 10cey qaty, yr, ail orh, 6
.J0nans yrdwie tleahig for $1.00.ansorasut o l~bi
d 2 yars gotv i[epn OChokerserl or $1.sgod,00. cnselyo
evyAl ynros :-iack Sea Isand "ood Qaliy for $1.. .lc iue
Bro0diyo at 20 Ari A4c A whetnort 100d . BlkBili ne,2
8n3c oards e Twiood valu Flt3and (al0wol) eaful Mi.00. o
1,i0n0 0 ad Fu Beiflfncy FgrdFanetsfieured o4'nh os)8 yd:
G od name aikn thousn oether a 10c, eerth one2 ac.
Saex~iltr levy ickin but we A.), meto OURe 12Oc, wOt 10AN.
50e yard 1evey Woo0 Krse(,0yard25) ad tar elywort 85
f~i'a god h~yoneus tho thi for o er pants Wor Ja solsots
maWof asot in, o otr bary yor dreas tida(cnll you seouatok
Heav AWol lealk Soe to2 yar, brthnt roo. Btack igued
and have aol be stockof value aolt eadhe0r Bhesalflb h MieaWl
bSfuitheg advanc and c. seayul mny ongurem. (40-inot foodl tro
comies, and 200 u foa yourd.
Wne rcoude am, hoan ohe F arivyonaran
manyof Mat wme.D&o u your Sret0 JenGtl ou eeI ou tok