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The People's Journal
LOCAL ITEMs. 4
Col. J. E. Hagood was in town last h
Married at Pelzer, on the 18th se
instant, Mr. William Osby to Miss
T. J. Mauldin, Esq., of Atlanta, B
is visiting his parents, Mr. and ir
Mrs. Joab Mauldin. S
George A. Cooper, of Clark & <
Cooper, Greenville, was in town w
Tuesday on business. 0
Oat crop is killed and many farm
ers were ill town Tuesday, buying
secd for the Spring sowing.
Auditor Christopher is taking th
returns at a rapid rate, but is not
rushod so much this week.
J. P. Farr, of Farr's, S. C., was (1
in town Monday oil businoss, stop- el
ping with Auditor Christoplhor. id
J. E. Boggs and T. J. Mauldin W
have formed a partnership in tho t
law business. See their card In the 'V
Several Centralites were in town t
Tuesday and gave encouraging re
ports of the progress, whicli the fac
tory enterprise is making.
A petition is being circulated for
tle pardon of Marion Revis, who is
serving a term of nine month in jail, a
for violation of the revenue laws.
i1rs. J. B. Newbery has ret rned P
froi Easlev, where she was visiting
hert neice, Mrs. A. R. N Folger, wh ()
has been qnite ill, but is now cons I
cred out ofldanger.
Troasurer Youngblood is kept 3(
busy receiving taxes, and still has o
040 taxpayers to wait on bofoio t<
the let of March, it they wish to a
mhiss the penalty. N
T. D. Harris quotes livir g pri- d
cos in his add. and is preparod to in
furnish court attendants with nice N
lunches. For an aftor-dinner it
smoke try one of his cigars.
J. McD. Bruco calls attontion
this week to his home mado and
warranted goods, in his new add.
and says you will miss it if you
fail to get you a trial box of Pres- i,
Married, at tho residence of L. 4
0. Lathmoi on the morniog of
Fobruary 24th. Mr. Silas Curtis "
to Miss Lou Aarial, !Poth of Pick- ."
ens county, Rev. W. S. Singleton
In Trial ,Justico Braminleft.'s w
court the proliminary hearing of iin
the State vs. W. L. Gilstrap for Tr
assault and battery was held Sat- gi
urdlay and the case sent up to the e(
sessions court f or trial. t
Auditor Christopher has pr'esented
the cunts., ofice rs w1ith haundsoaome
sign.. for their oflices. Mr. Chiristo
phier is qjuiite anR artist aud was par-t
ticu larly happuly ini his wor~k on thmee
sign for the Slher if's oflice.
Treasurer You ngblood has roce ived
instructions from the Comptroller te
General to coltect taxes after thme 1st
to the 15th of March, with ihoe penal- ti
ty of 15 peCr cent added. After thme p
15th executions will i mmedi.itely is
sue against the dleliniquienit'.
The supremo court on FeXbruary
20th lended down a decision granit
, trial to J. Al ims s~ullivan
nderson jail and en ivicted
county, under chainge of
the murmder~ of II. G. Gil
Lin in Grieenivil lo citIy m 1892.
.John lEarle, w~ho was convicted in
the Untited States Court last week, is it
ser'vingu ins sentenmce of six~ month in mi
jail, ,Jatms Kemip, who was also con- S
victed,. hias a sentence. of three
maonths. All the other Pickiens cases rt
were conut~tiued, exceptL a few, where 0:
the defendanmts plead guilty and their as
senltecei's were' suspeiided. mn
Sup jervioor HIendlricks' oflico h
was thronged Monda1y with citi- I]
zens, wvho caimo to town, expecting
to got their cl aimis cashed. Many C
were disappomted, as the amounts
rep)orted by thed troasurer wasi not al
sunfIiniont t o reach t hoir cla ims-.
$l,858in jur'y and o
;, thore was only a
- for Cutrrent o'XIon- a:
pas)t indolopnoss. ,
A out . W.000 wore collected for ce
the railroad and $630 in coupons
were on hand to he paid and can
celled. The County Supervisor
lhas cal led a meeting of h)is board(
for the 1st Monday in March andl
it is understood that the object of
tho cull meeting is to take some p
actionf about, the railr~oad mfonv. ,J
'this is being collected to pay theo
railroad boinds, when they fall. 1
(due. Tho1 county canm ei ther do
p)os t it in tha baun k's, whore it will P
d raw five cenit init crest or can use d1
it now andt replace it out of taxes to I'~
be col lectedl in thle futuro. After
payintg the initerest couplons, thore ~
will be about $'.!80 in t1bo treasury
after all the taxes mire collected. n
As the banks pay only a small in
terest on the monecy andl as thle
owners of countty claimis will hlie
comipelled in many cases to sell
them at a great sacrifice, justico to ii
them ought to induce the county
h~oardl of commissioners to app~lly Ci
the railroad fund to the payment of
these claims. If the hoard should c
adopt this~ course, a considerable A
amiouint couldl be put in circulation
(ourt week and the V"naiour l y.
We are authorized to state that
40 public termi of Pickons school
istriet will opui Monday, March
th. 'Tie accounts of those living
i the district, and of those who
ave boon transferred to this dis
-iot will bo credited by their pro
6ta of the amount paid to the
B. C. Baker was elected Dispen
,r for Pickens County by the
oard of Control at the last meet
ig. The board will meet next
aturday to pass on the bond of
ispenser and mako arrangements
) open the business. Mr. Baker
ill keep shop next to the JOURNAL
iice in the Auditor s old oflice,
Lit will hardly bo ready to supply
io attendants on Court.
Married, on Tuesday the 20t.1h, at
ic resideice of the bride's father,
liss Sallie Harris, daughter of James
. Harris, to 3Mr. James Iendricks,
ii of Coimny Sipervisor len.
ricks, by R-v. J. M. Stewait. An
egant receptoon was held at the res
ence of the bride's father, after
hicli the lap)y couple left at once
r the resideiCe of the groom s father
here a cordial receptioi awaited
Mn11. EJ)ITon:--PleaMse ann0e-c
iat the secoid quarLerly Confer
ice or North Pickens Circuit will
ieot at McKiniey's C.hapel March
t, and oblige, H1. W G Anv.
FoR SALE.-One fivo horse p1OW
Eclipse Enllgine, good ais no0w,
ounted on iron wheels, One King
otton P'ress. Ternim easy. Ap
ly to G. 11. Hendricks, Easley.
The Churches of the Second Or
estern division of the Union of
1o Twelve Milo Association will
icet with Bethel "liurch on the
)th and 31st of March at 10
clock a. ni., Saturday. Introduc
ry sermon by Rov. D. Littleton,
id missionary sermon, by Rev.
T. C. Seaborn. The churches will
ke duo notice and send a full
)legation as there is business of
aportance. Balance of program
ill be arranged on day of meet
1g. Taylor 1-. Stewart.
8. W. Howard,
W. R. Garrett.
Pickens Rifles Reorganized.
At a call meeting of the Pickens
ifles in the court house Monday
ght, Capt. L. E. Childress, in a
1y eloquent and pathetic speech.
signed. his commission and put his
iccessor in command of the compa
r. Appropriate resolutions of grat
Lide and good wishes for the future
tile retiring captain were passed
y tihe coimpanly. A new enlistment
r,s ordered and thirty-four men be
g present, subseribed to the oath.
lhe election of officers was then be
in and Tihos. J. Maujldin was elect
t Captain. Captain Mauldin, onl
king tile chlair and command of the
Lspany, made a capital speech,
ousing thle patr'iotismu and tile
ilitary spirit of his company. Tlhe
ect ion of the other commission ofhl
rs i esulted as followvs:
J. R1. Glifin, 1st Lieutenant.
B. M4. Giriflin, 2nd Lieutenant.
J. E. Parsons, Junior 2nd( ieu1
Tfhe comisi~on onlfeers apjpoinited
0 followiing illeers 01 thle coml
Wi. G. Lewis, 1st Sergeant.;
R. A. Porter, 2nd Sergeant;
E. G. McDaniL, 3rd Sergeant;
WV. IH. Stewart., 41.h Sargzeant;
1). A.. Cooper, 5th Sergeant,
J. 1). G ri tin, 1st Corporal;
A. S. Pot ter, 2nd Corporal;
J. (G. Sei a an, 83rd (Corporal
G. W. 1Bowen, -I:h Co: p':i.
F?. E. Cox wvas e'leed~ Secretar~y;
-sse J. Lewis, Trenflenrer1 ; and1( J. C.
11unings, QuIarter Mater Sergenat.
The following were elected, rank.
g 1t lieutenants, Rev. J. M. Stew
-thnpla in, and1( Dr. RI. Kirksey,
Several reservo members wvere en
diedl, and1( many prominent citiz.ens
the town and county wer'e elected
honorary memubers. Among the
mitber iln the county, we remember
earing tile names of WV. M. Hlagood,
. TV. O'Dell, 1B. J. Johnston, T. N.
uinter, Van S. Jones!, R, G. Gaines.
The presiding oficer ca'ded on T.
.Hobinson for a speech, and lhe
oke some words of encouragement
id promised his ansistaunce in pro
ioting tile advancement andI success
the company. Capt. James A.
riflin made some good1 suggestionis
id manifested all interest in the
elfare of tihe members of the Pick
is Rifles. Tlhe mreetinlg adjiour'ed
id everybody is alronsed and deter
ined to make tile Pickens Rifles one
the~ best compa nies in the Slane.
RolE of Hionmo.
Tlhio followving suibscribotrs haive
idt tiheir subscription to Tm'uru
mum:AT sinco) the last roll was
P N Moody, B C iloleombe, E E
erry, Mrs .)ohni Shruim, G 11 (len
icks, .J L Ilend ricks, Jf H La w
niee, J. HI. Baleuntinte.
lE STATEi OF SOUTIll ('AlROINA,
C'oury or l'xix.
WHIEREAS, J. M. Stewart, U. U. P.,
a11 .uilt to mle, te grant hi 1.efters of
d numsitrat in of the Estate of 1(
reets of lI enry Hidden. deceased, that
icy 1 e and appear' before me, In the~
ariit of I'robat e, to be held at l~l('ke~m
lurt House. 8. ('., Onl 28th~ day (0I
airch 1895 next, after publication1 here.
,at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew
u1se, 1! any they have. why the sid~
rhnlinisltrationi shoul d not be granited.
G~iveni under imy Hland. this 25th day oh
The following is the tax levy
for Pickens County for this
For State purposes, 4.1 mills.
For School tax, 2 mills.
For ordinary County tax, 3
For past indebtedness, 1- mills.
For railroads, 4 mills.
For court house bonds, 3 mills.
Total, 17 mills.
ALL RUN DOWN
No Strength nor Energy
CURED BY USING
"several years ago, my blood was in Oi
bad condition, my system all run down, 01
and my general health very much im- 0
paired. My hands were covered with 0
jargo sores, discharging all the time. 10
ha no strength nor energy and my feel- O
ings were miserable in the extreme. At O
last. I commenced taking Ayer's Sarsa- O
arila and soon noticed a change for the O
better. My appetite returned and with
it, renewed strength. Encouraged by 0
these results, I kept on taking the Sar- O
saparilla till I had used six bottles, and 0
my health was restored."-A. A. TOWNS, 0
prop. Harris House, Thompson, N. Dak. O 1
Ayer' s ;,Sarsaparilla0
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR O
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SEMENT WAS IN HERE!
VOULD BE READ?
rylit and see !
JULIUS E. Ilt000&. T. J. MAULDiN,
BOGGS & MA UIJDIN,
feb28mO Pickens, S. C.
Romombor that you can got the
Homo and Farm and the Pooplo's
Journal ono your for $1.25.
Notice of Flia Settleeanent.
I will apply to J B New bery, Jndge of
Probate, for Piekens County, S. C., for
leave to make a final settlement of the
eMtae of Bally B. Mosley, deccased, on
the 29th day of March, 1895, and ask to
be dismissed as administrator.
j. M. STEW ART,
Specital Itemaiaaku to Ladies.
I eantnot too urgently Imupresse apmi ill
who try my Remedy the necessity of going
through a full vottrse of treatmelit with it.
The cu res are all made hiv purifyitag the
bloodl and htilidng tIpl the systein. This
re(ptires t ime, :t1d 4'IUt'C its lct ion is often,
itlprenit ly, slow. For a grown person, suf
fering frotm t chronic dlisese of lonig statln
ing, at two 111onths' Colrse-/0 dozen bot
vles-is intispelnsable. I hald ~n ich rathe r
iey woulit tot toteh the Itemiedy than to
"Itry ome bottle and if it. Ioetis any godoi will
get miore." If %4 alozen h. tri .) I inn ncii
afraid of t.he result i itaes l' or whili I
'eVCo0lonentd it. WherIet 01ne on1ly nis. . a
tonli0 or oiid puitier, (if cotraie'ott t or 1 we
bott les will I ie sniliviient. It is very selbloiln
tOat it. ever reinire timore thati One or two
Ottles to eitre It Child. I have had a greatl
oleatil of exierience ilt tCe t reatinent of t rout
iles, tie testimionilts of vihtelh I .ann1ot
Idltblish, but. il1 0aes (of tulveration or inl
lit notat in of tilt womb the reattit is sat is
factory if t he Wash. is' usel in 'onotection
with tle Bliti-ers. Where thie Wili is need
vd inn lrge <juti1t tity I naal--e spe'ia arrange
1tetts to furnisli it, so that it enna IhI freolv
nsed at at ieisonlable ottihty. In vase's of
citeir of the woilb too filr- gonte ton aiitlt
the hope of elnre, it will check tie heioorr
hage at1i gi ve freatlm front iatinl, in d I have
kniown none case of thnt kilio to he iterfectlv
cureil by usiig the iellmely a1t4 WItsh, af
ter it imt liiii pr4nonnteet a io teles ciase.
I have knowia ninny who s ll'ereol from pal'
ful Iand suppieseil menst rinuttion to sitelh all
extel t t hat they were cottilied to the ded
one or t.wo days every nionth, ito be etti rely
eetred by using % elozent bottles of tine lit
ely. Where reaction is needed tn ext reini
Vtses, even I of fever, tie Reinety is inval
niable. I have kieowin life to be saved by it
in sntnh vases where it, was t.h lt t le a
tiemt was bound 14) die. It wonII reqIuiri a
book for tle test itionls I atl coistItit.ly
Ie'eiving, aitl we're I to piblish litIeml it
wotbl ituleed he said that "Airs. Person is
claii.ing ha1t he Ittemedy will lrle ev'r
thing nm, bit. nit experietce of llfteon
years itn its use has proven that it will cre'
any tronolhe that vnn be eired iy purifyiig
the blood an0d illding up thu system.
I amtil reswetfully,
binls. Jonic ss
Kitri-tt, N. C.
You will Find!
The best, lot of Clewin;; 11110 S.piltimp
Tobaccos to hbe iad lit, 5c 1 Ot mtd 2th
U4'r i g.
Special Priies~ Oil IRoxes!
I lomne-madee Si'h' C'olIaris,
I loor e-mnade 8yrutp,
I Iome-nmadle lliams,
nevyCeks .uud Slhtrtins,
Newv I try G~ooids :ni Not inine.
Fa:rin ug Tooiels ini Greni Vartiety .
J. Mci. Bruce
Thle nmuyn hav oo few antid thne few to
miny and' 11( ini.. thlese~ day3s of paif 01n1
ha id tintes when thie ichl canonot 0afftod I<
waiste thiei: motnney', and( thec poor requliri
dohitleo inty V of everiy pennty, thne car efn
buyer wlli go where his nmney will hn:1
(lie most ood1.. A miong our m r'ecen0to arri
vals ar nomeoii bargaIns lthatare beyom
the wii'sper' of cometliitioni-A bran ner
suit of (lothes, somnethhing nice, for *2.05
101-4 sheeting iat 153c per yarid; l,(000 ydh
sI tindard pintsi at 4Ic and1( 5c pri yd; besi
dress ginghams, 7e; fIne sntings for dress.
es at 7ee; hadles inudervests, 15tc to 25c;
Shoies, shoes, Shoes('--do( let me) sliow you1
my' shoe's; 2 spiools maeine thread1( for' 5c.
200 yatrds oin a spool; the carpet a imples
are hiere and goinig like hioa. cakes nit 25c ii
ilp-i-oi ca capet a Q.i big roomn for very
lit t.e money,' andtu for usc tiney' are julst to
good as a110 dolhoir an 'ar'd.
ARE YOU COMING!
If w0i 00111 on me for' youri luinches, Al
kIinds (cannited geiodsl, cheese~t ,cralkeris,
cakeo', &e. Stihnon, 10c; Sarditlnes, 5ic
3ySteI liI (c--hit 1boy3s p~lase doin't asd
mue to lin h i thne crack01er.
I nai I, t~ 101hoy 1 ,000 Dry Iiides, 530 bin
(oobhers and cor'n, peas ant d eggs.
I espect0 fiully' sbi.It Led to lie cashl I rtdk
T. 0. HA RRIS.
lP. S. I aoinn epared mtl 10 pay I lie cash
County Board of Com
Tihe County Board of Commis
sIOnersA is horoby called to meot
in their office at Pickons on nexi
Mlonday, the 4th of March, tc
consider' the propriety of using
the railroad money on hand ii'
paying off the past indebtednest
and such other business as ma
properly claim the attention of
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Axes are now in order, and
we think we have the best, but
are not cortain-we want the
Pholks to try then and see for
theniselves. We also have a
lt of Farming Supplies and
Corpouter Tools. Wagon Ma
terial and Houso Furnishing
Goods. Lots of Shoes and Hats
and a few pieces of Heavy Jeans
to close out cheap.
A new lot of Clothing aid
other Goods for the Spring trade
to arri've next week. it's no
use to say anything of prices,
they are jiust rigli t.
On omr center counter theSe Shoes will be
placed and ait rlitles that the factories
will 'pt-t~tplicate. They are bro.
ken lots'- Is Wly we offer
them at tIei---pQcc-4
All other Shoes -,
stock will be sold'
LOW PRICES I
DRESS .'. GOODS.
A few novelty SIn on ianl-to clost
I hem out I will sell for 334 per cent. uIn
der fori er price.
All Woolen Goods have been marke(
down to meet the times. No use talklui
:h1rd tihies' wit I goods mint. p~reseni
'I'hme bost yard wide Sea [slanid ever ol
fered in Greenville for 5~ eenmts.
A fewv blankets at lowest prices.
A.. K. PARK,
DRYGOOD0S AND SHOES!
15 P~indleton St., Greenvlle, S. C.
SHEPPARD AND ELLISON'8
Georgia Home-made for roug
wear, is the best.
Nice line Ladies' Shoes, paten1t fasi
eners given with shoes, so you wi:
not, be sewing on buttons every Snn
day b~efore going to church. CilI
dren 's slhoes, aspecialty.
p Indigo~ Prints best, 5 cents pe:
All woel Twilled Flannel 16 2-4
Scents peri yard.
All wool Twilled Flannel best 2C
cents per yard.
All wool School B~oy Jeans 16 23
cenits per yard.
All wool School Boy best Jeans
20 cents per yalrd.
3-.4 Shiirting 4 cents per yard.
7-8 Shirting 5 "
hants all kmnds, and styles with 334
per1 cent off. D~on't miss getting a
$2.00 liat for $1.50. Come early
before they are all gone.
Good line of Shirts and underwear.
A Ghood pair Blankets, 90 cents.
1 pair Counterpaines, 90 cents.
I. X. L. Pocket knives 20 per cci
Nails steel cut, 2A cents pr pound
By the keg 21 " ' 4
-Shot 01 cents per pouind.
Powd~er 20 " ''
Best Patent Flour $3 i5 cents per
Second Patent Fienr $3.50 cents
'Straight Patent Flour $3.25.
We have many other thmgs that
you will need, which space here
don't~ allow us to to mention, so call
to see us when In1 town
SHIEPPARD) & EILISON
Easley, Sept. 27 1894.
Notice to Deb1tors andl Creditors.
A 11 persons. having clains aigainist cLI
est ate of J1. A. Bloggs, dleensedl, must
presen'it the same foir payL~mentB to the un
derisignled by the 30th of Marchi, next
and alii parthes indebted to saId estate wil
lease make pa~yment at once to
W. L.. BOOGS,
D). J. GRICEP ,
ispensry Nott .e.
The County Board of (A
the Dispensary of Pickens a
mot this day and docided to
cate a Dispensary at Pickens C.
We will commence onr
BIG SACRIFIOE SALE!
Iemeei1wr now that everything vill be
done to satisfy our C1stmer. that this is
io advertielng sleme imply to mislend
or in '13ce you to
Come to Our Store!
We iivite you cordially to isit onr Mtore
while our closing oit sale Is Iin progres.
This Iled Letter Snrifice -saie wl I be
oIII nled u1nrtil oIn- Stock of Wii:ter
G o18, And in fat, Ill Woolen Goodhs aret
Xver befote have you had all opp)ortI.
ihy liko tils 14! Iy Dry (oods, Nolt1ns,
. n in .1111i:cry at,
Your Own Price!
Neairly. Now13 don't miss this goblen ep
p1ortuni.ty for we mean-II whalt we sa1Y. Wve
r1cOoized the fact thit goods are 'niready
As far as profits are- coiceited. but In
Ider to turn 1 sml(ei of 0111 goIs)( into
ml)oney, Lower Prices iill be m3ado e bIy,
thanl yon ever hoard of before.
Don't ask us to clarge any good.; for we
cai't af'ord it when we sell them ut,
Cost and Less Than Cost!
81 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
We need( thati ir tle money. yo are fl due
us. Como mri selfu' to . We told yon1
when~i you got the goodus we conkdiriot
indulge yon long. We sell at short
s4ettl.eent4 b~eenoso it Is best. foi y ou and(
for (3us ll com uid seille and4 Save truble
Yuris for bette!' ties.
JOHN T. LEWIS & $ON.
Januaryv 17th 1895.
SEY M FRI[mS?
The Gold Bugs and Dead
are getting the best e
now, so I am comp~
allow all of myh
tomers to help me b
their account. '
with. r ',