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MARKEr l1IEPORT.
Correctod Weekly by t he lleath, Bric
) Co.
. 7 7.Sto
0- ---- ---- -........ ... .......12 1.
--11ens...... .................20 to 2
....................................10 to 1
Mittel 11
J eSw ax . 2...................................... 2
H llams........... ....... . .]
--Dr W. F. Anelin, dontist, will bo i:
Easley Oct., 29 and B0th.
-Don't forget to bo on hand nex
snleday if you want to bid on some gooi
tracts of land.
-Presiding Edler J. 13, Wilson wil
preach at tho l\1Ithodist church Thurs
day night 24th ist. Tho last Quartel'
Conferenco of the year, will bo hold 01
Friday following.
-Auditor Keith has complted ain
forwarded his abstract of rcaln d iperson
al property to tho Comptrollor. Ther
is a considerablo increaso in the total val
nos of property assessed over last year.
-TIhosc illdbted to th1o JOUNAIJ oil a(
couits made beforo the 1st of Januar
1901 will plesom settle with Im at ole
as the books will b turned over to th
stockholders at annual meeting i'i Nc
vember next. Journal Stock taken i
par on subscription. T. C. Robinson.
A DMINISTRATORS SALE.
wo will sell to the highest bidder at th
la'e residonee of Andrew It. William:
doeod on Thdiay the 7th dayNovembe
1901. Comnmening at, 10, o'clock a. m
Tho personal proporty of sid(l estate (on1
sisting of house 4hold and kitehon furti
tulr, 3 mules 0ne lot cattle, wigols
buggies, barnoss, farming tools a1m
111111Y other ticles two numerons <
mention. Terms Cash; This 181b, Oct
1901, S. E. WILL I A MS.
J. M. STE WAT.
A)M INS.
Tiu; JOURNAL is (o1 dollar a year. I
you owe the paper aiythinig, pleas pa;,
it.
NO l'I( U 1 .ALJ.
Ilby virtueit of all order of the l'rob It,
J1iIl. of Pickels cni\ny, I will sell :
lihe !Ite resii liete of ItNIsom linke, 4de
et azecl, o , 0he 157 day of Nuoei-her 1901
the peSona 111operlty (if :ild Es'tate Coli
i-tinlg (of -I mniles, 2 wagoins, I ional car
11111on car(, faringl took,. 1-arpenter'
tools. corn , fodder, &C.. Terms Casi
O0e., 15 1901.
JA NE DT;K E.
A lniinij-tral ri x.
ANNUAL STATE FAIR, COLUMUILA
S. C.
Oni accoulnt of this occafsion the Soulti
ern RauiI way iIIannouncs roind trip rate
from all points of its lines inl the Stat (1
South Carolinia. also from Asheville
Charlotte, Augusta, Savamith tnd inter
mledialte s4tationls to Columllbi:1, S. C., Anl,
return, for individuals, one first clas
faro for the rounid trip plus 50c aldmii
sion to the fair gronndts; minlimum rat
including admissioin to bc $1.00 for adul
111(1 50 cents for children.
For 1 ilitairy compainies ind bras
hids in uniform, twenty, (20) or nor
on one ticket, specially reduced rates.
Dates f sale, October 26th to 31st iN
elusive, and for traiins scheduled to ai
rive at Columbia prior to noon N )vemI
her lst, final limit November 3rd 11901.
'or detail information aus to rates, etc.
un or~ addross an~y agent of t h
1th1r1 Rail way or connecCition..
COURT.
aurt111 was called alt Picken~s Monda
mlorning at 10 o'clock--Judge TIownson'
procee'ded with1 dest'5lchl cousmu01o1111
no time inl charging the Gnulad J ury a1
they lhnd already been twuico charged
0O11lya small number of indictments wer
hianded out. S,>licitor Boggs, theongl
s till weak, was in his pla1ce; he was as
sisted by Ivy M. Mauldin.
Th'le question as to the illegality of tha.
jury was ra 10ised ldge Tiownseni
hiohl, as in ot her places, that the juLir;
la1w, as5 it no~w st-inids is ihvallitl.
Only 0110 caso was given to th1e peti
juryI, thaut of Orianit Moore charged witl
Galmbling, he( wa1s foundl gulilty anm
lbentenceed to pay a fino of $10.00) and oni
hourii's imiprison meot,or pay3 a 1111( (If oni
dollar and serve imp~risolnment for on
I heury Lo~ve was br1ou1ght itto comn
amlhieardl a sealed sentonce aginist Liz
left from the laist term of Court,-thm
PsamiO being $-10.00 finio or two mlonl i
JRiley Hlolcomboe 11nd M~oses Picken
pllea-led guilty to minor chanrges.
Th'le Sessions Court alllrnied at
(o'clock( Monday, antd Common Pkca,
opened, fi nally adjourning onTud'
TI'ls provedI to he the shiortt st 5essio
held in Pickens iln many years.
Final Presentmaenit.
T.1o His Honor .Judlge TIownsend.
We, the Grand Jury, bog leave I
marke this onri fin~al prel('0tinent for i
termt (If the court.
WVe hlave passe5d on all flhe bils lnde
to us5 by thei Mal itor and( have losidlere
51u1ch verdicts as tile evidence, in 01
(pinlion, julstilios.
We( presan lt for' forn icat ion~Varren Crai
and11 Frances Glasaway and F~I'a . (hisse
waiy and give as witniessos A. R. Crai.
Wmn Craig, .Jos D)odson. Elisha A lexan:
derI, R. A. Alexan1der, Alrthur1 A lexai
W'te presenLt Hlulda Philips and Tb'cu
Turn~ier. for Adu lter~y, and give as wil
llessosl W. D). Hlendricks, ,J. , Jana
Turner01, R'lnben1 Philips, IFr mncus Piilip
Nilos G raveloy and L~awio Philips.
'Thaunking his hlonor, the Sohitor anI
otheor oficors of t~he. Court for c'ourtIesu
hiown us,3 we beg loavo to lho dischazI ge'
from further attendance at this t-rm o
the cour1t, Respetfully subm1ited, .Ila
thew' HIendr1ieke Forem~an.
'.lh following Orand .Jijrors war
(rawn to hiold Over for thio coinling yenl
J. 'T, Powor%,, Wmi F~hlis 1econ lowei
J1. HI. Gaines, J. C, Ga:rrott and1( M. '
ilogga.
"'One Ilight nE3y brotheri's bubi'v w:
talken1 with Cronyp.'' wtrito. Mlis. .1.(
Snder, (If CriIttendenli1, Ky., "It seenn11
It wuld st ra ngle befoi e WCook11( getI
dlelori, so we g:ve It, Dr King's No
I i-covery, which g.i vO (quick relief alt
Il'eraetly enre P~lIt. We al wnyvs ket.
It Ii ihe hou se to tm etect Our I chib111re
edywa ~ wonhl~ Iro'ieveo
WIIA'd YOURt FACE WVOl'f 1?
So mletimes a foitune, but never, If y<
lhavte Ii snilow compflexionI aL jal a~l
look, moth patcheos nud blotehes on tI
skin,..all signs of LIver T1rouibhe. l'
Rhig's New Ulfe Pills Clar1 S3kin, IRo
Cann fickCl1peImOiy e
w. ii. EASI4EY.
*W. I. Bryant, of tihe Sout hern, speIn
Sunday Witi his fanily.
Mrs. Alice IB rh'meturned 7londay f'r'o1
a short stay in .'reenivilie.
c ir. mnd Ars. Ehier FlIgerl' arev:siti
relaitilves In Easley and11 vicinlity.
AliWses I.ida lagrid 4nd Il'sie Simuklil
reIturned Satllrday fin41 a tiip to Anderson
2 .James 1. Ale.Mlal isA now itl)acol
utaking a course ill a I lisilncs' le al. tha
place.
Mliss CythiliN Nvad h-f4 LitA wiek fo
R ick lill where She :dn in rs \\-inthro
College.
Mr. H. Wiig on, of Neweb .n 1
part of hlst week at tih ho1ni of \v. II
T. K. Iludgens, <- I .nr'ns, ()In hi-; vm
t to Atlatl U, S' otlped ill tow%%.nt r4 ' a Shot.
while Sunday.
llar1relstonl ibinion' md Mis(1 Ah. lzzie! Mw
ens, of Greevi'm le, viod .. \'iola ui
ion Sundny.
Cadet F'want liowen, ( ('1lems:ion Col
leg"e, visit( (I his pI:u s4 ,w11 ho W ) live .r. En%1-:
ley, oil S11ttliy :and Siitlthly.
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anid P'rank Alexanier.1 iebnsi iie
K .Shanklin. Ohw (.itly I10, tlte week~
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A.
SMITH& &i
'4in4e the tire in . Jn'!- lo,''9ire ala- the~ store-ro94
lothing, Furni
ats and Shoes
unec t-k pt by tl, inl the pl -
DIThO'NT T 0 : .9 . .\ 4M'l1l Flu
non0k Yal 1;k lw in l ite I y 'lib- pleased whl
A 11 COdC
y1,
"M
EAVY AN FA1iNCY GRaCE RIE,
Ens:..wisA a Enl1i Sulily .I*
at 4i-le .e for 414 ) ll ! u 4i1b (I n -
.1 4 -4. re - 4f l Iiv. S)ni Ihs . ini 4 1 i Itr .
HI'I '.iT .Aim'ET PRICE PAID
CA AL2.. .jjS OF COUNTRY
PRDCOUCE E. S XCHANCE FOR
COODG,
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1: NM. I s
S w- ' we'r4L \4,
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next. . 4'. 9 obin .u
. i . .. 1, ef 1$.m witt
c 4 . .h is 'n!- wIit'e contrac't.iu'
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14. wlit 11 l.,-)d 4,i1., f~lrm ihe nemestO~ 1.144 wnda
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a /o-tr'--wh .i ( IbNE I 3: ofth
.U.."in WIn n leo ysm
lew Coods
lew Stand
lew Methods
3RISTOW
111m1 knownli a1- the flu Bliah liiling oul Main
have .1t1, openedI f'or the Pall and
-otu1plete Stock (,I'
shing Goods...
t. \%,( feelbete prim rel to serve you
vE t\' ERI, 'I'll \ SAND DOIMAIN
:1) Fit( .\ TillE ili- E I ON (OD C)N
[-'. D)on't Iiss- this opportinlity to buly
Ia)nk a1411id before you1 comeu hero--the
N, YOU realch u4.
>d. for, Cash..1
.D MEOORE,
:Ihle We(t Ind Merchan.lit
11.\ So11ME (,()1I)
BARGAINS . IN - CLOTHING,
IN FA T I' LItY IlING.
Suits from S2.co up to $ 2.00.
Ane licle (f Pants Cheap.
Il yo' aInt an) Shoes I have
them AT, ANY PRICE. 1
I you want Something to Fat,
I have it.
I IATS AND CAPS,
from roc up.
l)RY G()ODS AND N\O
TIONS, as cheap as
ANYP>O )V.
A\lso Shotguns and Shells, also
Axes and I landles, and
lots of Soap, and Ev
erything you
\Yant.
Coic And See Me.
J. ). IIOORE.
Seed !
Int stock; fnouLclh to sow forty acres.
Bet ter sow a goodlP ptch 1now.
FRUIT JARS
AND RUBBERS'
Will eoine in hiandy for thc next
sixty days. Plenty fur all. ]
ji handiy tii have, too. I have
lots oif it.
keep iover'y th ing in the G eneral
\Ielihndise line, and will supjply
rou d as .i IE AP if noit CHIE AP ElR
han anlivonoi else for the same (lass
>f gto-Is. I solictit y(Jttr patronl
Ige. Yours truly,
A. M. MORRIS,
Pickens, S. O
f'*rHomo TPh one No. 24.
feb22tif.
.\n ii tta ck was lati ly c i ndiiie on ( , I'
ii 'o i r ' of Iii -rokeel owa t hat f ed 12 l y
i-y . li iita-k IIott.2 hone h be ouhl not
I !>~ Vw ithot su oi'it1 pin, to r i' t i n 1 nt
enn. lv heit hinni b trie ad kee- i
1 Ph Ioge ih it 1w it shef s jk a
>! SId :ual bu il, on h at , O l
kIe p dit Ieil & hrne' lrA~ o
W-, tel read th no . n ke n
hano creiti on
ha2rness tre Ktee
Jnc ss N il4ure
doiI n o t ibr \44( sea E l y
N.;~ ii1 o he- ieei fposetv
face'(i' to cha 1(4 f y u dsr osl
eart.l s twi (1e 0 ille ~~
RHEUMATISM and CATARRH CURED
Johnston's
Sarsaparilla
QUAR TBOTTLES.
IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH.
A Whole Pamty Cared.
Mrs. C. II. Kingsbury, who keeps a
millinery and fancy goods store at St.
Louis, Oratiot Co., lich., and who is
well known throughout the country,
s I was badly troubled with rheuma
tism, catarrh and ieuralgia. I had
liver complaint and was very bilious. I
was in a bad condition; every day I be
gan to fear that I should never be a
vell woman; that I should have to
settle down into a chronic invalid, and
live in the shadow of (leath. I had
JollNSToN'S SARSAPAlIILLA rec
olninended to ine. I TOOK FOUR
BOTTLES ANID IT CUll0 M E, lland
euredi my family both. I ain very glad
that I heard of it. I would cheerfully
recommend it to every one. I have
taken many other kinds of medicine.
I prefer JOllNSTON'S to all of them."
MIClIIOAN DIhUt 0o., Detrottg Mieh.
I.or Sit I by . w.Kale,
JIAVE L RY ...
FALL SPECIAL.
Whenl you Iake presents,
rive tasty oles, puirchasers
Juy good articles.
Pickens keeps silver goods
ind jewelry; your presents
ind purchases await your se
ectioln.
'icely Ilolled llhte I'lc e l'ins, Color
eri Set tngs, .05
til l Bro io bes, 11eantifu0 l 'at
toll(l l'te Neck Chains, WiIth Set
tings, .15
I sti tihi-l''il Ilii borgnete ains Pu.50
lack siik P-'bs. slides, .1
holdl-' illc(]edW t Chai I lain S alI
l 'ttrdli . I.
olla ihuonls, sparl t o p,.
lar itt. 5s 1-10 12
tilf rticn in4. ll Sei s p 1a .O
"tirll il kshr t i ce. (
I' ttns, G\dled.tair Col .5i0
. k Gl sh ll lngs, Ss anl pat..
Vellworth1 liravelet, :fhar il r l
Bllwoth rcelet. 3(:Il ear obi fill
ishi.5
t(elin Silver on'sel, Chinadru
Netholuelt ,
Ally article i jewelry pro
:ulred on Short n)otice.%
Rogers I147i silve-r goods:
Patterns, Vesta, Columbia,
Berkshire and Shell Satin.
Forbes Silver.I Co's., Quadrul
ple Plale Tableware.
Yourac s for trade,
W H PICKENS,
armers' I mpleme and
)ise I larrowv.
A\ll person; ind~ebtedl to us
tre requeIsted to comei inl andl
nake settltfeent at once. WVe
myve been indulgen t and want
roul to resp~ondl.
Very R'esp~ectfully,
L. G. WYAT T & C0.
-. lI- IllI)o;us, Wi. W. IIA M.\oN,
3ridges & Hammond,
leneral i Merchandise,
Li, theiir or)iginail standl, Il'ICim FNS, S. (.
f Driy Goodi s, (r3 Iiesi', Crockery, TIi n.
are, and~ A at eware.
A\ full line of coffew of the best epIallity,
, h anti 10 pioli ls for th l ularI.
Wl'i, inake a speiltdty of Shoies:. Try ou r
cryic Shoe, theiiy sell froon 81 5 0 lo *0I,00
'dit awritti)n Mgnarantee wvithI every pair.
Wi.e ideal in Siingles and tall country pro
IDrop int to .cu 4, 1n0 troiuble to show
00(ds. We wanit y'ourt tradel. If goods
re noit as rep~resented1 when sold, bring
bemtI back and1( g( yoiu' latotly,
3ridges & Hammond.
PICK ENS, - . . Ci
JODS ++A+
EW PRICES
ng the Best!
Prices Right.
TG, SHOES, HATS,
TS' FURNISHING GOODS,
-ARNESS, SADDLES,
I'OVE'S, BUGGIES,
CONS, &c.,
\WANT, WE 1-1
Fall a larger ana of
in a position to gi% . ., LOW
ying your Clothing and Overcoats,
\Ve paid especial attention to this
of 1)ress Goods, Capes, Cloaks,
preciate your patronage and guar
tru ly,
&-TH1RNLEY,)
PICeKENS,N.O0.
RE YOU AGAIN
Your Trade!
\s my busine.s increases my
ite'r Iinrases;. I have made the
hi:s eason to g(et the goods the
it the riglt price, and if ten years
g(), I am satisfied I have succeeded.
class of goods I handle is not of
happy medium and better class of
v. I now have in store and con
)US STOCIK of
1108 11SAND flATS!
I Must Co.
AG I of competition PRICE tells,
W. 1 want you to continue shout
f goods.
ent s.
anlhI, 15 cents.
s on the market.
sts, j5 and( 2:5 cents.
sts, 25 and 50 cents.
:s andl Prices.
!SHOES! +
'RONT row on SH1OES.
)WN ME ON SHOES!
line I )res;s Shoes for men,
adl c'hildiren,
2000S AN D PRICES!
Greenville, S. C.
s for same' moneyC),
for less money."
R0 TMERS*
EGEIVED A NEW UINE OF
L! A1 NNELS30UTINGS, N
e D)ry G;oods line with prices right.
es' Capes and ask that you see
re.
IOES ! fSH OES I++
I wa- it to buy) aI pairk of shoes. That
C) our be(st t.> please you.
-( on hanlJ that was b)ought cheap
er~s the benefit of it.
ounds of ieg soda to go at 2 1-2
di as any, d1on't be con vinc( di to
to sell you something that will
a specialty of all kinds of country
grub root, and ginseng wanted
m~e to see us.
y be able to meet our obligation .
friends to whom we have sold
iardl and make neo~mnpt ,..a
NEW GI
+ NI
WrEverythi
iran New Stock with
Bi&CLOTII
D1RIESS GOODS, GEl
HlARD\VARE, I
BlRIDILEJS, S
\VA
ANYTIl11NG- YOU
\Ve have bought for thi
groods than ever and e ai r
PRICES. See us hefore bu
we might Save youmoey.
line and also to our line
Skirts and Jackets. We al
antee every trade we make.
.7u rs
FOLGER
I AM BEFO
Wanting
I aiml re:stless, nlever
desirc to make it stil r
(reatest effort of mlly lit I
g'oods the people wait and
experience is worth anythi
Ai.ways r1Cilber that the
the cheap order; it's the
gYoods, such as it pays to bu
stantly arriving, a TR ENlIFl
DtY GOOI)S,-S
Whici
IN THIS llUSTI ING
and every body tells the pr-i<
ing my prices and qluality c
ao inch Sea Island, .;. c
Standard 1 )rills, 5 cent
All \\'ool Red Tw~ill Ila
The lBest .25 cents Jean
L adlies' Il[eavy Undelcrvi
M\en's Hea~ivy Un'id'rve
1Dress Gjoods, all Grd
+ SiHRES
I still occupy the I
NO MAN DAN rn
l'rom a Hlo o..an to a
A. I
Same g.ODl~h
M'CRUAiG I
WE HAVE JUST R
I DL RLSSi;GOODS, I
A\nd in fact anything in th'
A~e have a nice line of L.adi
>u rs, before buying elsewhe
M SH OES I SI
D)on't forget us wvhen yot
s our pet line and we willd
\Ve have a big lot of of
ind we will give our customi
LOOK! One thousand p
:ents a pound, Just as goo
the contrary.
(Call on us and wve wil tr~y
give you satisfaction.
geg=Remember weC make
producc, beeswax, star grass,
B3eef hides taken if dry, Co
N. 11 In order that we ma
ye are compelled to ask our
~oods on credit to come f orv

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