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MARKET REPORT.
Corrected weekly by the tica th, Btuwe
Morroe Co. '
PRODUCE.
to ..... .7 to 77-8
gA. .. ...................... . ........12 1.2
cken-I ....... ..2 to 25
yers......... ............ 10 to 16
tter................. ..........12
'OAwaux...................................24)
... .......................13
-W. F. Austin will be in Liberty
Nov. 14 oti 20,
-Try us for Men non's Talcum Pow
der, toll &'Thornley.
-Pttivatized sage, ginger and red
pepper at Bolt & Thornleys, Fresh. .
-Bolt and Thornley have the agency
for Nunn)l!)'s Pura candies at Pickens,
Always Fresh.
--The Board of Stowarts of the Metho.
diat li ch are remindea', that their an
unal meeting will be held at the church
at Pickens Saturday next at 11 o'clook.
-Died, on Monday evening, Nov. 6,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary
Murphree, age 74 years, and was bur
riod the following day at Pickons come
tery
-Friends of ti, lato J. T. Young
blood are reminded that Rev. J. E. Fos
ter will prcech his funeral at Secona on
the first Sunday in December at 11
clock.
-Ladios, Do you wan't to make $20
per month at lome by doing writing and
agency work. If so write.
Mrs F. E. Cox,
2w Pickens. S. C.
-'Moarried at the residonceo of D, C.
Tompkiiin near Hughee Post Offico on
the 10th inut, Mr. Frank Tompkins to
Miss Mairtha Castle, Rev W. C. Seaborn
ollimiting in the pres, nee of a few reia
tives.
-Trustees an1 teaclier should by all
moans look aiter the exchange of books
in their districts 3#nd schools. By pro
vision of the law no exchngem caln bn
inloii after November 15th. It is'highly
iiportant therefore that they give this
matter prompt attention.
--Those indebted to the ,JoURN AL on
accountai made before the 1st of Janna ry
1901 will p'e.usO settle with m at once
ais the books will be turned over to tha
stoekhmolder4 at aU1. d meeting in No
vembor notx. Journal Stock takon at
par on.subseiiption. T. C. Robiusoi,
NOTICE STOCKHOLIERS,
The Annual Meeting of the stockhol
dera of Farmer's Publishing Company of
Pickens will ha held at Pickons on the
fourth Saturday 1231 i'i November 1901,
at 11 o'clock a. im.
W; W. F. BRIGHT,
Secty, and Tras.
TEACH ERS ASSOCIATION.
Arrangoments have boon made to con.
tinue the Summer school under the name
of the Teachor's Asociation. The whites
will meet at Pickoens on Saturday Nov.
30th, 1901. Thte Nogroos on the first
Saturday in cooh ionth.
Tle school. will oponi at the Court
House at 11 o'clock a. m. and close at 2
p. i.
Prof. Dominick, principal for the
white in Pedagogy assigns the following
lesson for Nov. 30th, 1901. "Landon's
Teaching and Class management" chapt.
1, Pages 1, to 25.
In adition to this chapter every Teach
er pupil is expected to hand in an essay
of not loss than 500 words, writtoo onm
the subject'"E~dneation, its aiin or end."
-Every Teach'r pupil must have a copy
of "Lanudons Teachaing and Class Man
agement" which can be obtined from
the County depository for $1.28.
Prof. 0 Dells first lessons wilt be on
Primary Arithmetic.
Miss Swvan's first lesson will be on
Primary Reading.
Prof. J1. 13. Simpson, the principal of
the colored department, has int yet fur
niished the subjects for the first Saturday
in December.
All teachers holding their Comm is
'sn to teach in the County are expected
to attend thair~ reannative mntin's or
ronder an excuse deeomed sufficient by
the County Bloard of Education.
W. W. F. BRIGHT.
C1k. Bd. Ed.
EASLEY.
Mb'. ccilia Fretwell of Virgintia was
g~uest with friends at Mountain View Hoe.
tel Jaust week.
R1ev, Mr. Mills of Columbia conducted
public wvorsh ip in the Presbyterian
chaurch Sunday.
Mamj. T1. H. Russed, after spending
somo time in Auderson and Wilhiamuston,
returned to Easley Saturday.
T1he Union Sunday school pr~omises~ to
be0 a suIccess. On Sunday evening at
3,30*i President (leer called the assombled
cro~wd to order, nnud re]uested Caipt.
A. WV. Hfudgens to take the chair Capt.
IUdgens took up the duties of chairmran
in his usnud concise and business like
way. After the singing of a lhyman, the
reladinlg of some selections from the
Blible, anmd prauyer bychairmi m Hudgens,
an elect-ion for itlcors wvas heh'l. Mr.
A. HI. Mc[ebemc wvas unaminously ellecoted
RuMini ~m~ tenenut. i[Mr. P'. If. Boggs, :1
cotllee
g vote
A. HI.
Ealoy
en by
ar this
Sun
11ev. WV.. E. Wiggins delivor.'d a mas
terly sermou in the same church at 7, 30,
p. ma.
MTnn-Honansa.
On .Wednesday evenin g last at thme
hmome of Uppt. A. W. Hludgens ccnred
nt marriage whlich for its .nlcganmt and) re
ineod appontment as a private eemony
couuld hardly be.Imptroved upon. Thie
cerason wasi thta. tnarriafge of Miss
.iBlane. eldest daughter of Oap t., and
'Mrs, A, W, Hiudgenm', to Mr, flonry A,
Mlertae of Oohtlmi, ai promilment In.
't*-o - n haaandsom sy decoratedl,
gueosts were assembhlod,
1Aje.ttee amta Miss lhada
1. stood before 11ov, 11,
in his nuua and im.
,u~ perforl~med thme ser.
aimony which uninted '.those two popular
paunng beoie in wodlook,
rThe hau 4amro cou pIe wore then rool
plioont4 of the uongratulatilons of all their
assembhr d, and other expossions5 of eco0)
will had) beedredt und reeved thme
noEw wet ituplo dei parted for the depot
wvher4 iy i'os1ded the por h b~ound)
a vtt~I1It lB UPI 6 a.I WVIMd U9 W(ll'
W. V , .
At a speelial meeting of Aspen Camp
Woodmen of the world held Tuesday
evening Oct 29th 1901, the following re.
solutions were unanimously adopted,
viz.
Whereas, God in His influate wiedon
hti seen fit to onill from our camp to the
great Head camp above the name of our
brother Woodman Sov. Wm Walter
Bowen-Resolved1.
.That while we bow in meek submission
to the will of Him who doeth all things
well yet we realize that Aspen Camp W.
0. W. has lost a worthy member, one
who by hia uniform courteay and gentle
menly bearing had not only endeared
himself to his fellow \Voodmnen, but to
tho comunity in which he lived, and by
his diaily walk and convorsatiou setting
.tin eXamplo worthy of eintilAtion bY I
young men whoso object in life should
he a desire to the I rue and noble. IRe
sod-that a pige in onir records lie de
voted to his meniory. Resolved further.
That a co py of these roeolittions be sent
to his family and also tho county papers
for publication.
Respoet fuly Subi)mitth d.
C. 1'. MA RTIN,
It. F. SMIT H,
L. W. PICKENS.
Eisly, S. C. Oct 29-1901.
INA MAGGIE PRINCE.
In our last issue, an error was male
in the composition of the piOte contribu.i
ted under the above heading. It should
have read as follows:
Tho Little daughter of Marcus and
Laura Prince died at ther hom nor
Slubtown, Anderson county, Oct, 28 aged
two years and 14 days, ind was buried
at Mountain Grove cometery, this coun
ty, on the 29th, Oct.
"Onr dear littlo Ina is fromi us gone,
We have no pot to elicor our hiomoc;
One precious thought now cheers our
heart,
We canl meat her whore we'll never
part."
A dollar is a small anioiunt, but it pays
for 010 Y011' ibsription to Tin; Jorin
NAT,. Send its yotur d 1l1ar.
NOTC1'i( E.
All )ersons owing me either by note
or neount. must coie 1!) and settle at
olee or the s im will be place.1 in the
han( of au lttortey my books last. he
gotten straight. W. HI. ASIMORE.
"Last winiter an h~it 0 i'd 0f mine I
had erituip 1-. a %i lent fo .m, - a% Eliler
J4.hn1 W. .1grs CIIti n Evangelis,0t.
of Fitl ey. Mo. "I gave lIe a few doeIs of I
Chatl ierlaln's coneh Iet.naely a1n1d inl a I
shoit t ine all dalgor was past said the
clilid r eoveied." 'This remedy not only
14cerotm, hIt whtllen given flas soon 11s
the thlit sytpton A li er, will prevni-nt I
ti itt t ek. It coitainis no 1 iium or
other biarntil subtalce and may be giv
(i as e.oniide Ily% to a 1) th s mi to ai ad
tilt. For sale by 0. W. E-rie.
JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL.
The lIt tle daughier of Mr. J. N. Pon ell
Jnmtiped Oil aln inverted rake maide of ton
peniay nails, a(d thrs-t one ill enitIly
throogh her foot lad a second onIe half
way throighi Chlaberldain's Pain lIim 1
was. proilltly applied anld fhie tiniitiies
hiter the ial landisapplt eled an.1 110
miore' suil'er ilg wasl e'x perieacl t. In thr.ee
dlays the child was weariig her shoe 'as
u1suial and with absolutely no 0dIcomfort.
Mi. Powell is a well iknown nerchant
of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm Iis I II til- I
septle heals stch injitrie;s without matir.
lation and inl oIne-third the tile required
b%. (lie isual teiatmtll0lt. For saleSS 1' (b . .
I have just bught a tohorse farm
and a one horso far-m ni ar' tihe Court
House, and I offer the same for sale or
rent. IVY M, MAULDIN,
TO' IIE PU BLIC.
Allow~ meI tou say at few~ w"ords ii' naalse
of Clhe hin~'s Cough Remerly. I ha~d
a1 very sev.ere couighl m1id cold andl feared
1 wotl get pneumon)111 i, bitt after' taking
thle second close of this mledicline I felt
bet ter, threec but tles of it curied mny col
and the paine Ina my chest d1iilpared en.
tir'ely. 1 am1) miost tespOct fulhu yours for'
helalthi, R AI.PH 8. MiYEaS. '04-ThIr ty
sOeenth S-t., Wh.:eling, WV. Va. For sale
by G. WI. EaI he.
I. T. McIInt'y, St. Pauil Malin., who
hIas been troubled with a diso dheredi stomi
aCth, 513sas, I C haerhn's 8tomnach and~
Llver- Taiblets do me)1 mor-e goodi thiaa
ainyting I have ever taken."' For sale
by 0. W. Etil.
WANTED.
A male1 teaicher to t~eh the male
school at Johnsto'a Chapel, District No.
10. Apply 1o.
1). 0. PARSONs, 1
Nov. 7w2 C'h. B'd. TIr ulltees5.
IIUll h tl,A IN'S
ST'OM ACi1 ANDl I'EII T1A IilT'S
Wh'lemi you feel dull after' eaing.
Whena 3o' have a baid taste in t! o
WVhaen yo'u- liver is toridt
When'i 'O you bol)'Os :1 r' colhi l sted.
Tl(ey will imiprove y'ouri appetite,
r'egalat, 3Ouliver Vand (1 bowels. F'or sale '
WVe wotild like to closo theo year with- 1
Out ai del inqiunt subs5criber-.
'RHESPASS NOT1iCIE.
Noutice is liereby givetin tt all peraona
trespaissinlg in any annoair whaiteve'r on
any of' my lands will be prioscuited
to the full extouit oif the lawu.
D). A. Chamblin.
Liborty S. C. Oct.. 24th 1901 'It.
TH'IAT 'T111 tO ING HIEAD)ACHIE.
WVold( quaicly1 leav e y'ou. 'i you use
Dra. h iung's New~ Life Plls. Thioaisands of
mnerit, for Sleik amli Nor'~itn llendaches. *
They maike pur~e boodl an id buiihld ny your
health. Only' 25 contt. Monely 'iack If
not cured. Sold by liott & T.morailey.
Drutggist.
GR E~A'T LUCK OF AN EITOR'0.
"For two years't all efloris to oimo Ec
'A'tma it the palmus of myi3 hands faihled,"'
witles Edlitor 11 N.- I.ester, of % rnas-',a
Kan1 , Ihien I was wholly curead hby lhick
len's Arnhl a Salv"e. I I It's 'he world's
best fior EruptionAl, S1n1 n anid all skin
risease's, 0On1y 25e ait lts Sj' Thioraabey
lrug Store.,
When~ tin lgs aro "the heat" they b
0Otn "t hen' se1llng'"~ A brhiamit) i-m
a, h aL-lhig dra ggit, of Belleille 0.
wi les -'El~eetarie Iitter-tsiln' the best ochj
Ibag bItters I hiavo handled In 20 years."'
You know whlt Most diseases begin In
disorder~'a of stomaeloh liver- KIdneys. bo0w
el'0 bloaoduim and erVes' Electric intbers
tontes up tihe stomnehi regulates lhver, kids
aeyts and boweis. purlides thei blood,
err'lgthens. the neit'vei hen cutn-s mhulil
I talds (11 tiahldler, It htit dsup th ensc~
the u rstem,. Puits naow thai niid Vlu'Igll.,
tato al Iue ank. skly. h,.t ..... .111 .... .
. ~ . .. . ..
N
,
opy RI OM
SMITH & I
'ince the fire in June have laken the store.rool
Street, inext to Finlay's Mlurkek. We I
WVinter a new and co
Clothing, Furnis
Hats and Shoes
Of tihe same grades kept by us in the past.
hant ever. in adliiion to ia new stock we hay
NVORTI[ OF WINTEl CLOTIlING SAVEl
)ITION, TO lE S l,) AT A SAC(t FICE
'ood clothing at prices 11111ard of before. L
nore you look dit better you'll be pleased whei
.All G-cod~a So]
IBabb liuilding. Next to Finlay's M~arket.
T. W. . CURETON,]
B
EAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES,
(Good Fresh Stock and t lPull Stpl3y of
11 articles needed for llouehold Con
uniplion. Store is on Table Mountain'
treet, rear of Dr. Smith's Dnu Store.
HICHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IIf
'OR ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY1
3RODUCE IN EXCHANCE FOR!
%OODS. If
-1.Remember+the+ Place.-16
Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTIi CAROLINA, {
C11unty of Pickens, L
In Common Pleas Court.
In pursuance of decretal orders and or
lers of foreclosure mado ili the foiiowng
ianmed cases and on2 file In the clerk's of.
ice at Pickens, C. 1H . .'. C., I will sell to A
be highest bidder at Pickn oirt I10121s'.
3. C., on sa:leday inl December, 1901, dur.
nig the legal hoirs for sale, tihe following
lescribed real estale. u1)o)n the ternis hern in
ifter mentioned to-wil:
klary V. Mlajor, et al].
.'s
. Marin I1un,it LJ
Jundgrnn ut .3f F"oroeiosulre
Ist. All that certanin piece, parcel or trilet
>f laud lying, being siIuate in te counnty
ud state. aloresaid contain.ing one h !nunIre
md~ two [10O2) acres mone on' less, adjoining -
ands(1 of WVm. Brnockmuan, Elias Hlolcomibe '
raicts No. 2 and '., an'd others, and)2 known
s tract No. I, in thne division of E. M.'
12unt's home planttion,
2nd. All thnt, other pleen or p~arceI of
and, aidjoiniing tihe ablove described tract,
tind treet No. I. Frank Ale-xander a12( nd th
3rs cnontaining seventy-fouir anld three
'outh~s (74 ) at r'es ore or less, and known
1s tranct No. 2.
3rd. All that other' par11ce1 or pilantti n
raf land adjominiing inrets No, 11 and 2, Rev.
Thomas Looper', Elias Hidonob mid oth-.
rers,known as tract No. 8, contanuing seven- if
Ly One and one-haltlf [71.A) aIIcs more 0or less,
agreeable 1o plats of thle same 2ma de by'
John A. Robinson on 10tth day Julty, 10 ii, -3
12nd On filc in the clerk's odilee.
TVerms onne half cashn, balanc21e (on a1 credit
f twelv'e monlths, cr edit portion to beat' 221
terest from day of snale. secitred by the I
l)02nd of tihe purlchanser' and ia mortgage oif di
the0 premises, purchaser to pay for till pa. k
pers and for r'ecordin2g the same. s
Wmi. J. Crow, et nd, }
Dath er'ne Ca2nnon, *t nil,P
D)ecretal Order. |L
All Ihbat certain12 piece, parcel or tracet of Ii
and2(, I) lyi L b ing s~itat inl the( conity a~nd
ltet afor'esahln in I lurrietnnne township) on
)trai chI walters. of 'ix .ilileI cree'(k, adjIcininw"
ands(1 of' Williaml (Garreitt, Wh'iit G1arre'tt
)un(can annd other's. co'nit:,inig twei'nty-'.fourn
24] a1cres, m2or2e or' l(ss. TIermis enh, p
!basers2' to pay for papersCn, anal fori record-n~i
nig tine same1).
Terms'21 of the abovie men'itionned sale's
u2st be c'omplied withI in2 nonn'ou on' thne - -
rei2''1)es witIlil bn'resihd on same14' day.
I ly virntune of1 tax exec't'in42 lodtg('d in my)
1lice by ID. W. 3Ietaunrio, angenit f'on' ion. (e
1 . 11. Cooper, Secretary'~ of Stat(', 1 have( pe
eIvied upo an w2 111~ it sell on2 sale.'bly in 1)... 22(
einber 19)41, ant t'l'nns ( . II. durningn~ tine ,14
rgat Ihouris for sale tine following desthSIl'telio
eni estant. tonwit r'e
Al Itit : 'ertin iecpal or'1 ~l2t(I(2 et of1 ~ t
anit in i'um2pkinltown2 to)wnship, Stante amnn fi
-ouinty alfniioresaid cnuta:ininig thre'e hum21ired1 224
nmd Iiftly thre2e {:;5:4 neces2 more 2 or10 i le'ss ta
munnded by land o122 f Mr ns. K ate (Canrpenter, bh~
V. A. Ma~sters, II. A. Keithn andl others' lev-. 50
od uipoin as thei e'state 441 ( 'rinw hus K'ithI.
2r. ,andt sold to ait isfy taix execunt ioin nngainist
alid( propetC ty, also: y
A fllht 1iec ac el or trnct't(2 no f land1( in)
lurrican12e towin1nip containing seventy '
m e (7 1) acn es mone on' less bound1(edl by
a1nd(s (it C [L. Ilollingswor'th Estate, J. J2.
Ingoodl, Abe Stewvait old ptlace and( <.thners NA
eviedt~ upon)2 as lnmnd of C. TI. Marti n andfo
01ld to satisfy tax executn a1gainst, pro.
>ertIy. Te'rmns oIf abtove tr'act. cash 02) (lay Al
>f sale. Purcha~ser to1 pay for' papers aind
or r'ecordin2g tine sime.
J. 11. 0. McDA NIEL, S. P C.
ASTOUNINGY DI COVEIty, fr<
Fromi Cooper'svhie, Mich.,, coien word WIn
fa wlo2neer I dlhcoverny i~f a pleasnt 21
Iinbg by aniy oin tr'oubl'o.l with ai ba'd red
kmnghn nlitaya c.isures3 ai gool night's h.
est. "'it will -4oon (cur2e then congh '0o',' 824
writes hic. 8. I iimelbmurger', ' fi'r thie 11)
(e2nerations of 0222 fait .1ly havie usedC~ Dr. an1
Kinog's Newi D)isenyerny f'ir Consnuptlion
it- 14nver fotnud lt~s equiAl for Cottghs atnd ha
joIda '' il's tiln22 urivated3( li fie-aaver wn' onit,(
Irved for desperat'e14 lung~ d I ' ises. Uit.),r
mi ted1 biot teS 50 2m1 $,Oo 22t Blt &
l'hoit'nicy D)in;. St oret. 'Tr''.tl )2 lols ti'
fre, b,.
lBy v'irble of 12n ord4)r o1 the Pro'b:ite
Judge%( of Pickens county, I will seIniat S
11)ho latA res'iden'2Ce ot Ran~n~om Duke, do
Ci oen, o i tim 15) dasl of No)ve~nothe I90l,
the. peronId 2221 perlyi tIo(f saidl 1Estate C(n
slstinig (If 4 mu~tle. 2 %a 2gomn% i. n1a'l Curtt 11'
I 411mp2 1ar dul s(t'ing 2 oolf. "tit'pente's It
in1 n 'lt orn fodder', &c. I'Trm Ctt1ahin
ew Coods
ew Stand
ew Methods
Ir t
)RISTOW
n known as the Babb ldilinIg (n iniii
uve just opile4d for the Fall and a
m1plete stock 44
hing Goods ..
]
we feel better preparled to ser-Wv t o
u SECVIEiAW, THlOUSAND) DOLLARtS
FRO THE, FIRE, IN (00) CON
)an't m1iss I1313 opportility 14) bu1y
)o4k ioimd befr(el' y(ou collee hiere-tihe
I you rechc13 uis.
.d. for Cash..
VA- "AA
ljan IEEN\' I;, N
r. D. MIOOREX
.lThe Vt4 IAld 11 er- h lit
11AS SO1E (OO )
ARGAINS . IN - CLOTHING,
IN FACT' E'EiRYTIIIGNo.
uits from $2.CO up to $ i 2.00.,
A nice line of Pants cheap.
C
you want any Shoes I have
them AT ANY PRICE.
you want Something to Eat,
I have it.
HATS, AND CAPS,
from ioc up.
RY GOODS AND NO
TIONS, as cheap as
ANYBODY.
iso Shotguns and Shells, also I
Axes and Handles, and I
lots of Soap, and Ev
crything you
wa n t.
Come And See Me,
. D. MOORE.
NBO W.
>uld be a good time to buy some
Heavy Winter Shoes,
FLANNEILS, t
Ol'TING(1S,
A lot of Childrons' Union Suite,
e 25c kind, only 15c.
Lot of Misses Union Suits, worth
>c to closs theO lot at 20c.
A lot of Lad ies Union Suits eas
y worth 500c to clORO at 3c
Men's 1leavy 1l leeca. Lined U i.
4rwaar. I~cavy work shirts to
sep the cold out.
E~E MY LINE OF SWEATERS'
Lots of Loaded Shells, Shot,
on der, &c., for tho Bird Ilunters.
Ots of good things to eat. Full
neC of groceries at1, aill t imes.
CallI to ses themo early and often.~
A. M. MOR RIS,
Pickons, S. C
gW'Homo 'Phone N4. 24.
feb22t0f
A F*ilC;N ISli ATT'A(K.
An attnezik was latiely ma.ule ont C. F
IIlEr of (Cherokee, Jtiwn, Itat, nely 1
)lved fatal. it, came34 throug3h his3 kiel-J
ys. lki batck golt 21 lame lie conl niotI
IEOJ w i ut gen i n noru 1 s1it in 31
I is except lpropp1.e i by ensions1(3. Ni)
neily helpedc him nti 31lihe Iied lee
'liittpielr~ whe efoea d eh1 ai wonder.-~
chansge. th hii(le wri;Ies hie fee 134 ike 33
wilmin. Th'isM marvelonsM miedlicine nr
iskaehei 21n.1 kidneyi troublle, lhilles3 the14
,od4 :(l bh'ils gil you~ itl I, hea ih () ly
I'l foe JoiN AL, is (4ne( dolher a year'. If
n owe the ppr anythinig, pleaso pay '
E
Pauy youir subs)cript)1ion to Tn E Joun
L, then read the news and keep in.
mNUAL STATE FAIR, COLUMIA
S. C.
Dui accounit of this~ occaslion the Soutli A
Railway annUounco' roun3d trip rates
mi all points of ita lines in) the State of of
nthi Carolina. also from Asheville, ty
artotte, Augusta, Savannah and inter
iiate stations to Oolumbig, 5. 0., and
31rn, for inividulsl, one first class~ y
e for tlhe round tipj plus 500 adis
n1 to the fair grountds; minimumtin rtte
-indling admissiont to be $1,00 for adult 8I
ri 50j conts for children,
I~oi' mihtary companies and brasa
ntds in uniform, twenty, (20) or muoro
0110 ticket, speciallsy ledu~ced rates.
l),ses of sale, October EM~th to ilst iuis
ai24ve, atid for traint 11c11.held to an
r at Coibimlai prior to noon01 N yvem l~
r 1st, 11nal1 limit N ovembeord 190t t1. ai
For de'i information as to rates, etc.,
I (on or address anty agent of the
u there Rail way or coniinections,
I I lave for sale0 several deasrablo
cuts of good farn lantd near Eae'oy,
illh be to the interest of prospective
yers to see me. If yon ditiru to selt
exchange~i for land1 see me bofore Qil.
tknto do so, Call On o1f addtesF
i .I m ton klev & V1
ItLUMA IISM ano UA IA NON 011
--BY
Johnston's
Sarsapari l
QUART. BOTTLES.
IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH.
A Whole Famiy ured.
Mrs. C. if. Kingtibury, who keepa
nillinery and fancy _oods store at S
jouis, oratiot Co., Alich., anId who
vell known throughout the countr
' I was badly troubled with rheum
ism, catarrh und neuralgia. I hi
kver conplint atid was very bilious.
vas In a bad Condition; every day 1 1:
,an to fear that I should iever be
vel woman; that I sinld have
ettle down iito at chronic invulid, il
ive in the sa1(low of death. I hv
OHINs.1'oN'S SARSAPAltILLA r
rum11enlded to inle- I ToomK Pot)
o)TI'L,0S A ND I'T CT II En I) - a
ured my family both. I am very gli
hat I heard of it. I would cheerful
ecomiend it to every one. I haN
aken n yum other hinAs of imedicin
prefer JOII NSTON'S to all of thern
MIHI OAN DIRUG :0., lietroit, Mich
Fl''. sa le by 4; . wV. Ea.:;n.|
J WWLRY.
FALL SPECIAL.
When you make present
'ive tasty on(s, pu rchase
ily good articles.
Pickens keeps sil r ver oot
nd jewelry: your presien
lid purchases await your S
-ctionl.
ively o lle P ttv 1.14v ls, 'lr
V(ctlo .
l(' hl i hore. leui'lP t
h,lled Platev Nvck ('imn, With SeO
tings,
'est (;Il.d-'illed L .r 0nene Chains,
laick Siik Faih,. Gl.l-1aled Si dvs.
hfld-Pilled Watlch Chains,411 Plain ad
Pl'aterned, ".
'liar Itittons, sepa rale tps,
ollar liu ltons, .1i oll
lift llttons, (4i Fihll d. 111 1
- k (old shell Iings, l .1 1d pit
t('rns.
Vellworth 11icelet, :3 heart :ilver- lin
kii.
Vellwor1th Bracelet -11 hfr gb in
ish.
teiling Sil ver lira let. C hamin tid
Netherslle.
Any article in Jewelry pr(
ured on short notice.
Rogcrs 1847 silver good
atterns, Vesta, Columbi
lerkshire and Shell Sati
orbes Silver Co's., uadr
>le Plate Tabeware.
You rs or trado,
W H PICKENE
EA%1l2V11 , 11. ('.
L G. WYATT & 0&
Full line of Dry Goot
roceries, Shoes, H ats, N
0ns, &c.
Fairmers' Imiplements az
ieneral H-ardware M\ateri
~ole agent for the Hlanco
otary Disc Plow and also ti
'orrent H larrow and Stodda
)ise Harrow,.
All pesn Sindebted to
reC requtestedl to come 1n a
aake settlermen t at once. V
ave been indlgLent and wat
0Ou to respond.
Very Respectfully,
~. G. WYATT & C(
Iridges & Hammonc
-De)aler ini
elloral 5 Merchiandlis
their OriginlI stand, 1'lC IG NS, S.
We/ keep conistaniity onl handii aL fuil HI
Dry (Joods, (Jrucerkis, Grockery, Ti
lre, and A gateware.
A full line of coffee: of the0 best <'ialt~t
') and I10 pounds(1 for the dollar.
WVe maiike a specialty of shoes. Triy u
:rvlcc Shoe, t hey tel1 from v ( 41,0 . .,
ithi al written1 guateitte with every pa
WVe deai i 83hinigles anid anI cuntry pI
K~e,
' op Inl h) set Ii-, no troubiu to sh,
emi back and1( gut, y'ourI ltunney,
lIes1pectfullty,
kridges & Hammonc
PICK ENS, ..- S. C,
That is to comw in Dr (elmb, J
Iavo had linc weather this fa4I, but it w
tho timo to prepare for whit is to coI.
Cold WXealth<l
i Heavy Ol'othing,
Overcoats
a1
a.
Ld Joans
Korn
e
d LA RG ES'I' LINE OF CAPES -JAI
rO EVER SH1OWN IN.
.
Not witlstoaning t f. ir w nther of t
had Such i a trlde (w 81104's , th1 accrot ft
0best. and lwE are lat \ x.- 111i It <11 fill
lhiggy or Wavonl, let us- hear t1(m) you. v1
o)vl rIir '
Wanting Your
00
O j1 restless, nevjrs W* . . \s
desire to maiike it mill ; t. .rI:
-S
o greatest elffot o)f myI, Ili.- 1: oa
ngoods the people wanlt ;ndi 'ot :w; r,
experiece is worth anyting, ;Y n
Aitways rememiber that the classa
-4
sthe checap order; it's the happy nr
a, goods, suchI as it payI\s to buy. 1 no0
stantly arriving, a T I:.\1lNl?. 'NI1) [.US
1)R Y G 0 DC.,S81O01
Which Mus
IN THIS llUSTI.IN(; A\Gl: 0
40inh1eaIslan,(aentt
' I mStdard Derils ivnt.*
Thdeie otet ns' Jan t th
L) a ies ' i leavyo ii'od ri e i a
*xen'e s H orvy Unirn sill, i a
d)rssgoods, c si pall t;o a1v.Ino
. stnl strill~,a occup the )RONT
NO MANhich MuW
- ad (V(t~ llily nomen h~ andC( chW
al inefoea sd)1 ~c E -ing ;
Stadad 1 Weis End Greenes
I flSELL*
loriegoods for s
'I'
Wehae )nic i n o Lai' Capt
ours befre byin e flenaee.
1 S HE HE
ie Don'tforget us henyu wnt t
and wewill \ioeL)l r cot-mestb
LOOK! WE thoVusn pEonds of
centJKs pound,.Jus asLgo as any
Call on usic ain win thI)ry sel
~~.mme' We hmea11Cln:o ades apci
pou c buywax srgraegruc r
DBeefohidet kwen dyome ~ito se
N. 4 Ie ha er tha t e ma beli (~11 'abb
ve the comp ld oas, urfied
Calld on ucread to como itry tr l ani
AA
annary, and February. We
11 not last always. Now is
We are well supplied with
lys
lann ols
Outings
Blankots
7KETS AND CLOAKS
PICK ENS.
is fall, we have never before
his is we sell nothing but the
eIrh. It you nced a new
Sniit, save you money.
'I OR NLEY,
lI'lCNS, S. C.
YOU AGAIN
Trade!
m ,umCss increases mly
1I have made the
n t the goods the
h pric'e, and it ten years
satI islied I have succeeded.
f goods I handle is not of
edium and better class of
v have in store and con.
STOCIK of
ANI) 1[ATS
t Co.
competition PRICE tclls,
atl you to orltinue shout
nr cents
KIOES! +
row o SOES.
IQSS ShLC(>i )i en,
idren,
S AND PRICESI
tile, S. C.
monetiCy."
IFMERSM
NEW LINE OF
ELLS30UTPINPGS, &
oods line with prices right.
~s and atsk that you see
;i fSHOESI4
buy a pair of shoes. That
t to pleas.: yOU.
I that was bought cheap
2Inefit of it.
keg soda to go at 2 1.'2
,don't be convinced to
y'ou somt)ething that will
Ity ui all kinds ofCcountry
ot, and ginseng wanteCd
~RA1(% ROS,
to meet1 our obigations.
to v'homn we hayvQ tach4
mak nromnt nnumanat.

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