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THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL
T. C. ROBINSON, EDITOR.
pVDLu hHN BURY XEUVNDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
lantered at the Post Ofice at Picketns a
Tle legislatuire will convene
ext week and the people of the
tate will watch the proceedings
ith more than ordinary interest.
his will he the first session after
le campaign and the pledges of
ie members are fresh in the
tinds of their constituente. Dur.
ig the heat and excitement of
to campaign, the oratory and
comises of aspirants for legisla
ve honors were profuse and cap.
vating, and the people will ex
,ct the fulfillment of them as
r as practical. They, of course,
d not, at the time, and do not
sw believe, that the members
uld accomplish the wonders
ey imagined, but they will look
6 a faithful endeavor in that di.
The time has come for reduction
in taxes and while salaried officers
may not be ready to concede to
such a preposition, if one of the
imeanls to that end should cut off
a portion of their income, yet,
the tax payers are m earnest this
tiie. With the prices of farm
prodiults below cost, it, is no use
to ftrther argue and delay the
matter. It has been fashionable
in the past, when the reductior.
of salaries was agitated, for the
legislature to fulfill the spirit and
letter of the promise inl that lille,
by whacking away at the fees of
trial justices and constables
abolishing cost of witnesses and
jit'rIs il erimtinail cases in trial
.1istice courts. Of ecurse that
"s Paltriotie and mighlit have re.
.dluce'd 11 taxe.s of the average
linyer one-tenthl 04 a1 cAlt a year,
buit the people will demand some
thing more talgiblo vid apprecia- t
l1 iln th0 future. Tlw redluctioni
by the aet o)f 1893 was a step inl
the right direction and will be
i'd, still the purchasing
money is increasing and
p~ayer'9 ability to pay is
; less and~ less'
.....lie manyii dlemanids oni the
average citizen, a sense ofluty t
hiimselfI aind fitamIily appelss3t.ronig
ly for a curtaihnent of e3xpendi
lure and111( taxes shtould receive t he
attent ion of the law makers first.,
lait and all the time.
ted ont the .)t.h inastan t inunigra.
11(3n Agent of the Sou thern Rail,
way Companf)t~y, with office at 1800
P'ennsy1lvan ia A venue, Washiuy
ton, D). C. The puIrpose of the
agency w ill 1he to pilaice before the
piublic the aidvantages and oppor
Stmites oil'ered byv t he section of
thle 'ount ry tributary to its lines
of irailIroadl, with a view of increas.
ig the sett leme~nt and( dlevelop
inig the inidust ries.
The comipany will issue and cir
culate circuhars, phamfphlets, etc
among peole, who may contem
plate a change of' location and
will assest and co-operate with tihe
people in dleveloping the country.
Trhe light of a happy home near
the town of Easley S. CI., wont~ out
on the fourth of October last, leav
ing the p~lace which for ten years
had been made an attractivo, by
the presence of a young loving
obristian wife and mother in the
overshadowing (lark ness of death.
The subject of this notice is Mrs.
Ellen Clements, twife of Mr. E. B.
Lathem. We say is because that
beauti ful life which Ofendered
her t~o those with whom she was
associated for twenty seven years
is not enided, she still lhves, and
what we called hrdeath, was not
the cesaation of her existence. It
was to her a change from her temn
poral dwelling place into the ever
lasting home where tihe inhabi
tants hunger no more, nor thirst
no more, where they have the I
Lamb which is in the midst of the a
throne to feed them and lead them
ti fountains of living waters, and 11
~te wipe away all teairs from their il
eyes. Why call this change death )a
when we have the comf->rting evi- h
donce 'that int the case of sister w
atbem~ it was excohanging a home. el
$"this vale of teara 'for a never y(
paidence~ in heave. "N, F,
~'I ip~aj p~lofloous J,
i~ obtA.Mhealthfu3 th:
more." When quite y6 de
fifteen years of age;she consporzat
her life to the service and glory
Jesus Obrist by being baptized ar
uniting with the Baptist churce
Her profession-was not a ?more ror
inal one but the new life that ha
been begun in her by, the re-gene
ation of the spirii '3hanIesoted i
self ' in those graces tt "ev
adorned and beautifid hr 'lif
Religiomi to her was a living' real
ty, and- hof' cohte4irted, -pat-isn
cheerful dispositi'in commende
to others the religion w,-; sh
professed, whose ways arei pleaul
antness and whose paths arm peaci
She ever seemed happy in contril
uting to the happinesi of otheri
Well does the writer remiember
day spent in her homo-,. how. sh
impressed him by her words ani
deeds of sympathy and kindnes
and the deep concern she 'manifO
ted, not only for the temporal bu
the spiritual welfare of her .hu
band and children.
Two of the latter, little boyi
entered the heavenly Canaiin ahen
of her. Two little girls and he
husband remain in the earthli
home of which the mother an(
wife's presence, was wont to be th
lunshino and joy, and that whic
made it so was the light -'f Hin:
who caie to be the light of th<
vorld reflected in the daily wall
mnd conversation of the Christiar
mother and wife. That home if
still blessed by the memory oi
her, who be her daily associatior
with husband and children, by
-ounmsel her words of cheer and
loving sympathy making it a swool
ind attractivo place. There is nc
lame among the children of moi
;o sweet, so dear, as that of moth
-r and wife, and the dwelling place
)f such an one is the dearest place
f earth. Tiho spot where angele
hid a resting place when bearing
Aessing. fro'i. heaven to earth, and
Ohat piUce called home will evei
)o hallowed in the memory of tbc
mrviving members of the little
'amily by associations with onc
,hero whose very name will evei
) doar to them. The life of such
ml one, though .comparatively
>rief, will continue to be a' bless.
ng to husband and children; and
.o relatives and friends by that; in.
luence which does agot..genge .witl
,he lifo of the body. She being
lead will con tihue~ tr apeakc ii
immnbe red precepth and' exaniphl
ni that beautiful Ch ristian con sis
eney that charactetized her in al
hoe relations of life. The pfyi
hie daily ot'ered in the shiys -
ocr pilgriniage, foi her loved ones
tre recorded in~ the court of heave
md doubtleoss will. be ans~vdred ii
t~he way. and time which seem
b~est to Him, lvhpin she sanpremtel;
loved and faiThfally served d-rn
her birief Nojiouro, and 'nuay he
presence there piaho h usband, chil
droni, and frienids mor hevnl
minded, and may bier Chtristia:
life, while here, sory as a beacoi
light to direct t~hem ond ~iOe ayI
her home in the cebistial eity ;..
the prayer of a..
Deautifup WedIng swa $)geus IU
Yesterday at noon Jeptha No
ton Morga'n an'd Miss llinnie E,
Morgan were united in tihe ho
bonds of miatrimnony according
the beautiful rites of the 'Meth,
dist service, performed by the Re
John 0. WVilson. . The weddir
was celebrated at. the home 'oftl
bride's mother Mrs. M. M. Aorga.
Dacusvillo, S. C., and-was witness
ed by the family and a. few int
mate friends. ft -was 'a love]
wedldinig, sweet in its unostenta
tious simii.h icity,
The drawing room, in which th
ceron y was p lerformned, wa
decoratt .I in ferns -and 'yelloi
ohryean. henmumis. 'The, halpp
pair reco, Ved the heal'ty good wish
as of friend's while standing unde
a floral arch froim which .was sus
pended a horse shoe of chrysan
The bride wore a handsome gowi
>f heliotrope, trimmed with vel.
ret, having a vest of cream venga
mnes. She carried an exquisite
>ouquet of white chrysanthemums
nd calla, lillies.
After the cergmony an elegant
uncheon was beautifully servedi
nlmediately aftek evhich Mr. and
[re. Morgan left for their future
me at Central, '8. C. The bride,
ho is nmnch. iovedi.by a large cir
e of friends anrd admirers, is the
>ungest daughter of the late B.1
Morgan, and ~sister of Maersj
,1., M. A. and B.. A. Morgan of
is city. *
Mr. No$(g y4nng man ..f
wch nrmnae o&~Ito .r...r
e of the leadiug
)d mintie. flrns in Q66tfal..
of Gtheaivill News, Nov. 15.
STOCK o)F GooDs AT- COST.--We
offer our.entirpe Stock of Goods at
- cost. W.9mean: business and th e
d Goods will go.- Come -to adous."
r- Gaines, Lewis.& Co.
t 4t. - .Contral S. C.
)r Nice I e bh h8s at rOWA
- K .A. .McG'fro, a wel .kn
d citizen of Mckay, Ohio, is 9fathe
0 opinion that thei- is notldhg- ns
good for chitldrn troubled witli
colds or c'roup..as Chamberlain's
Cough. Reinedy. He has used i~t
in his family for several years with
the best result and: always'keeys
e bottle of it i.the house. After
Saving la grippe he was himself
Arubled with a severe cough.' le
used-other remedies without benie'
fit and thei concluded -to try the
childron's niodicino and to his do.
lighl it soon effected a permaneut
cure. 25 and 5Q pentt bopttps
for. sal by ,Dr.. G.' W. Earle
r Pickens; C. X. Wyatt, Pasles;
H-Jall,. Sloan, & Co., Fort Hill;
Hunter, & Bogge, Liberty; L. R.
Netlhabg Cheap Abenii It.
Dr. Drummond's 'Lightning
Remedy for Rheumatism is put up
in large bottles, and once seen it
is never iistakonA for any other
preparation. All the cheap rome
dies put together aro not worth
one bottle of Drumnniond's Light-.
ning Remedy, and tiny sufferer
who has taken it, will- boar witness
to its marvulous power, and the
druggists who sell it say they have
neqer seen its equal. Full parti.
culars sent by mail and the remo
dy by express. Drummond Medi
cino Co. 48-50 Maiden Lane, New
York. Agents wanted.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy w1ll Cure any
Form of Blood Impurity if the Bitters and
Wash are carefully used together.
Four or five year3 ago I had a
breaking out on my nose and face;
it would come in hard knote which
would become raw sores. The
tkouble extended to the eyes and
weakened them; the lids became
sore and discharged. The face
had, an itching, stinging sensation,
as if needles werc pricking the sur
face.. Nothing I- tried- gave me
i any relief. Some one sent me a
p lamphlet of Mrs. Joo Person 's
Remedy, anid I concluded to givd
-it a trial. I..bought her Romedy
and Wash, and I began to improve
p t'ndee 'lt dobni made a perfect
fcure, and I have never been troubh
s led sin'ce. I a-iso 'ound it a fine
i tonic and a-ppeti'zer.
- DUNCAN P. JONES.
r ~8ent with the Order.
. The C. F. Risley Co , Whole
. sale Druggist, 62 Cortlandt St.,
New York, ordered a large supply
. of Drumimond's Laightning R'eme
6 dy foshiratism,' and sent this
Sith the order:.- '"It is strango
that your remedy is not more
generally known, as its effects on
rheumatum are simp1)1y marve
* lous--suporior to any rheumatic
medicine wr- have ever sold1." This
ais-high praise but the remeody ful
ly deserves it. If you have the
thoulmatism yonu cannot affordl to
do(1 without this great remeody any
:longer. Ask. f our dIrlggist for it,
or send( to theo lirumimond Medi..
Scino Co., 48-50 Miden Lan6, New
~York -. Agents wanted'
m- For a pain iln tho sido or chest
y thereas nothing so good as a pieco
.of flannel dampened with Chiam
h~erlain's~ Paini ialm nd b11(ound on
over the seat of tmain. It affordls
if promp ano pe1rm1anefnt relief and
Sfusdin timel( willI often prcLvont
a acoldI from resulting in pnleumo
nima- Thie samo - trelitment is a
sure cure for lame bqck. Fo rsale by
- D~r. G. WV. Earle, Pickens. C. N.
r Wyatt, Easley; Ihall, Sloan, & Co.,
. Fort ihi1l; WInnter, & lBoggs Libor
ty; L. R. Enton, Centraul.
-Executor's SeIe of Land.
By virtue of power vested in us
by the'last will and .testament of
John B3. Cia'dy deceased, we will
sell at Pickens C. II., on saleaday
in December, 1894, the followiiig
A11thmt tr'aot of latnd, in Pick
enls-counitf* in '- Central - Township,
on waters of Twelve Mile and Keo-.
*ee Rivers, adjoining lands of
Hamilton Lawrrnce, William Law
rence, N. B3. Moore and S.A:W Clay
tond estate, containing 1d0 acres
ahbre or less,' being the'home place
of the said John B. Clardy; de
W . I, ICNNEMUR,
* * Ex'ecutors
W~i~timYO"Bo8N BHFj'QIN Mis
a RT RUStle
1,1F1R THIS WEEK
(All silk b'ack Armure
at 65 cents, real value
65 c. ) $1 per yard. Just
think of it a Black
Silk dress, worth $14,.
for $9 10.
7 pioces more of those
. beautifulall wool Nov
ty Dress Goocds at 35
cents; we told you the
35 C. A wool had to fly last
week and the good
work still goes on'.
Spread out your wings
and come to see us.
(27 inch Cotton Plaids
at 5 oents; nic.e Dress
style Ginghames.5 cent
5 C. >50 dozen meus' Hose
- at 5 cents; 50 pieces
Calicoes at 5 cents a
yard, see them.
Bring In Your FEET.
( We] will fit them to
I your liking and save
S you money. Too many
h mens' and womens'
o 'lugh grade Shoes.
e I Charles Heiser's hand
S I made sewed for men,
I w(rth $6, at $4, ladies
l. Shoes at $2.50.
JONES & GARRISON,
NoS 9 PEND)LETON STREET.
Nov . 22.94. Greenville, S. C..
Agents Standard -Patterns. Cata
logue-free on reauest
Has just opened all latest styles of
Fall aod inter MiBely.
At the lowest possible pricos.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
April 19, 1894.
r AC s -r it'-or
n areae Tgatir nand N vu NTox.
and $.00per package sa pes free.
KO NO The aea
whmles omuc Frqmto tha
ouIa aine--srous,mdwl rn
IOtriflinlment nglc~td. ca, L9
meanso u moe thesaiex
fatl isese rel pl ti
Dont lawth esacurene .
pleat o t ak
BrItr' n Cu r c 3
Malria .Nrvus alimntsn
Cat ont theg enu ine-- t ha c e red
des o t owrra r. l the are uh.
8e 3d ?fc t ers 2. A. ~ ta.
Pairties n ook --fr m -
IRWNC ECuC.resaw .
That is the way the weather proph
ets are talking. Why not .prepare
for it? We can supply you with
And other winter goods, at prices
that can't fail to impress you.
SPECIALS THIS WEEK!
35 cents Corsets for 23 cents.
50 cents Corsets for 38 cents.
75 cent, Coralire Corsets for 50
8 pairs ladies extra heavy Black
Hose for 25 cents.
8 pairs genits Seamless Half-Hose
for 25 cents.
Ladies fast Black Hose 25 cents,
former price 45 cents.
Red Flannel shirts 42 cents.
50 cents Suspenders for 25 cents.
BRUSSELS CARPET 50 cents
A good quality Carpet at 35 cents
Window Shades (spring rollers)
Cornice Poles (cherry) 21 cents.
MOALISTER & BEATTIE.
(;3 and 65 Main St.
(Next dloor to National Bank)
P. 8.--Butterick Patterns.
G1reenville, S. ('. Nov. 8.-94,
SHEPPARD AND ELLISON'S
Georgia H~omie-made for roughI
ware, is the best.
Nice line Ladies' Shioes, patent fast-.
eners given with shoes, so you will
not b~e sewing on butt ons every Sun
day before going to church. Chil
diren's shoes, al pecialty.4
Indigo Prints b~est, 5 centspe
All wvoel Twilled Flannel 16 2-3I
cents perV yard.
All wool Twilled Flannel best 20
cents per yard.
All wool School Boy Jeans 10 23
r'ents per yard1.
All wool School Boy Jeans best
20 cenits per' yard.
3-4 Shiirting '1 cents per yard.
7.8 slhitting 5 S
H a Is all kinds, anid styles with 33 A
>er. een I off. I on't miss gettin g a
2.00 Hat for $1.50. Comie early
efor e they are all gone.
Good line of Shirts and underwear,
A Good pair* Blankets, 90 cents.
1 pair Counterpainies, 90 cents.
I. X. L. Pocket knmves 20 per cent
Nails steel cut, 21 cents per pound.
By the keg 24 "
Shot (63 cents per' pound. ..us
Powder 20 " " shi
Best Pittent Flour $3.75S cents per. cel
Second Patent Flonr $3.50 cents
Straight Patent FlIour $3.25,
er' barrel. :i
We have many other things that t
rm will need, which space here qi
on't allow us to to mention, so callsd
' see us when in town
- . Respectfully,
SHIEPPARD) & ELLISON, (
Easley, Sept. 27 1894 ~ -
But yourself if.you fail to
.ai ruc e and -get the -GREAT BARG.. N
at which we are
Boys and youths',best qualify' Russet ieat er Lace and B3,
pring Heel. The very Ming b beo !
Bring yo r girls and boys along w-ith you. We wi fit thej
he best m de Shoes in the city and save you money on the
Why not have the best? Our good high grade Shoes are cl
;han others who try to imitate with :trashy 'stu.
Jas. M. & E. B. Dioksoi
Greenville, S. C.. Nov. 1,1894
[I[ [Y MAN, Womho, Bnd Chdd
SET. DOWN, and study this Advertise
As Though you were going to study your Los...
.nd you will see in a very little time why we canf -ell yc
'henaper than any othier HOUSE, in this State. In the:
e' clain to buy more Clothing thanv all the Clothing
his town put togeth'r. In the second place, We do n
~oods from Traveling Men, 'who- comnand large salai.
hird place, We pay spot cash for every-dollar'sWorth o:
~uy. In tho-fourt~h place, We do 110 credit business. u
ooks, therefore, we never lost any money in bad Debts
fth plat e, We havo been. in the Manufacturing busi'
'cars and1 kio w the Clgthing Business from A, to Z. Pi
>gether andl you can readily see that we are just what
[HE CHE APEST
30ys' suits '2 N
lIens' Overcoats 2 50
Joys' - .AN)
ants' from .50)i~
Conmc in and see them and you wvill see we make
>mel mn and as sure as you do we wvill sell you.
Nov. 22. 119 Main Stinst, Greenvill
*The .People #pgaip
MIesurs. Cox & Seigler.*
3entlemen:--I have an Excelsir stovd W!iih h~is been i
.for 20 years. I consider it the best stovo mie., Mrs~1
si.ol no exchange it for a new stove to aiy, unless it
sior' - Yours Res al
sept. 2, 1893. .: '.-* ' j. py iv I
*58rs. Ccx & Seigler.. . .
lentlemn'in:--It givos-me pleasure to recommend the Nxe~~~
an n h xet to buy. Ih'av: used one for 20 yoe
ori efc air -. ors spectfully,
1ep. 11, 1898. * Ofeonv .
~ome an ie.his woriderful stove before you lbuy Stoves A'r
~rockery, Tmn-ware and Glass-ware at. Wholpsale and RIta~
y low. - - -- - -
Vould bL glad to show ouour goods.
t61 15; 1894-. a +184 MAIn Streob* GtM4 in~ -