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J. B. Hill, of old Pickens, was
Col. R. A. Thoipson, of Wm
halla, is attending Court as i
See the new ad. of Alexand
Bros. &,Co., Greenville, and gi
them a call. -
There will be an all day singih
at the Baptist church in Libor
A. M. Morris went to Anders(
county last week to attend the fi
neral of a relative.
Mrs. John Cockran, of Calihou
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. ]
Newton, near town.
The Methodist quarterly coi
ference for Pickens circuit will I
held on the 8th instant at Ruh
The' white Republicans of t)
county are busy, getting registr
tion certificates for the colore
Rev. 0. L. Darant preached c
excellent sermon, Sunday in ti
Methodist Church to a large coi
H. 0. Bowen, Esq., of Shorma
Texas, is attending Court, at
will r3main in the State aboi
Capt. J. A. Griflin and wife,
our town, visited the latter's fath<
Rev. W. B. Singleton, at Rico
H. B. Hendricks wont to tl
Virginia markots last week with
car load of cattle and got satisfa,
tory pricos for thOn.
Miss Cora Bowen, who is teacl
ing a flourishing school at Dacu:
vilee, spent Saturday and Sundv
in town with her parents.
Supervisor Hendricks put dow
matting in the bar of the cou
room Wednesday, to soften ti
music of the feet, as the lawyoe
and jurors promenade all.
At the call meeting of the Com
ty board of commissioners, Moi
day, the decided to use the rai
road money to pay past indebtei
ness, as far as it would reach.
A torm passe
part of th
ow down t
, who liv
n of J. ]
has been a
..- and Califo>
A(, returned home on the 4th ii
Mr. Forsythe, son of Attorney
Adger Forsythe, of Brevard, N. C
passed through Pickens Mondi
on his wvay to Calhoun, where I
goes to matriculate in Climso
Thme County b)oard of contr<
met Monday and approved ti
>ond of B. C. Baker, asi dispense
[t has beeni forwarded to Colun
)ial and the dispensary is ex p'ct(
o be opened in a short tim.
The Pickons C. H., alliance
ereby called to meet on Saturda,
larch 9th, at 8 p.* m. Evoe
.iomber is requested to be presen
.a business of importance wvill t
:ansactedl. J. T. Loormen,'
There will be an all clay singil
t Mt. Grove, Sunday. the 10th
larch at .10 a, mn. Prof. ..
[urphreo will be0 prOeent and
>dd timo is expected. All persoi
~ttrested in music arno invited
ing their books anid baskets.
J. C. Joffrios, Esq., of Grei
llo, was in town Moinday, appi.
I to .Tudge 13uchanan~ for an i
a ction againust the mortgage<
-non Weil, whosmo stock of goo<
s seized last week b.y the mor
zoo. Mr. Jeffri es represen te
Screditors of Weil.,
Somne [pors >n or persons5(i on m
ief or mal ice hent removed a1
Rain Guage from its station
lot at; Central the o'ther night.
oc observor will be glad to get
.ek anud 1no quesOtions asked.
h)e complleltd to look it up, t1
S.S. Government may have somr
ing to say a bout it.
Mr. Thomas Jordan, of Trains'
~nia county, N C., passed throu
r towvn last Truosday, on his w
Liberty to acc'ompany I
ighter, Miss Lu'a, home. M
ala has been spending the wini
th Mrs. Walter L~. Boggs, a1
her friends at the lettor plat
r.. .Jordan inf~ormed us that 5~
mdsl~ and too mulIOS "vas put
Ak on the Hondersonylllo a1
irevard Railroad Tuesday.
Miss Bell .Jott and J. 1D. You
>ro married at 3 o'clock
muradhay, Fob. 28th. at the roa
,nce of tho bride's father, J.
tt, '78 Jones avenue. Ata
in., and left at 4I o'clock for B3
inigham th'd hodie of the groo
iss Boll is woll kpown to ma
I.his conllty, having visi'td A
ed Mrs. J. H. Brown, of Liber
r several summers. Mr. You
a native of Pickens county,
1 dey have the congratulations
. any wvarm i riends in South C
Proceedings of Court,
1 Court of General .Sessions c<
venod on Monday at 10 a.. i
with Judge Buchanan on t
i bench. Thero was a large croi
in attendance and plenty of wo
ready for the- machinery of t
1- court, which immediately began
The Stato vs. William Sullivi
or The Grand Jurors were call,
ve and sworn. Judge Buchanm
charged thom as to their gener
ig duties and explained the bills
indictments, as they wero hand,
out to them for their consider
Everything moved smooth]
a- until the Solicitor nnoQunc
that the witnessess in the case
the State vs L. E. Childress we
discharged until the next term
the Icourt, tho indictment not ha
ing been handed out by the Soli<
- tr to the grand jury. Mr. Car
)e defendant's attorney, objected
a- such a disposition of the case ai
demanded that case go to t]
grand jury. The Solicitor stre:
1 uously opposed giving out the il
a- dictment at this term. The judl
id held that there might bo some ro
son which should iot be ma<
public, why the Solleitor did ii
want to proceed and he would ii,
. compel him to send the indictme:
to the grand jury, or nol pros t)
case, which the solicitor had
n, right to do, im case the judge rub
id that thO case should be sent to tl
it grann jury. Mr. Cary. thon ask<
that clerk spread on the record
A the court, that -the defendant a
3 peared, demanded his- trial ai
i that the Solicitor -discharged tI
witnesses for the0 State until tI
next term of court and refused
ie hand out the indictment to t]
a grand jury, and the demand w
0- so entered on the journal.
The case against Lomuel Trib
for gambling, was nol prossed.
1 The case against John Hunt f
9 carrying concealed weapons ai
Y the case against Alice Alston f
petit larceny wore sent to the tri
justice for trial, as they wore ii
rt properly sent up the sessions cou
ie the trial justico having jurisdi
The first case for trial wi
against Ed G-reene, for lious
i- breaking, J. E. Boggs, Esq., repr
i- sented him. Vordict of the jui
1- was guilty, with recommendatic
- to mercy.
The next was the caso again!
d W. L. Gilstrap, assault and ba
tery. Verdict of the jury wi
a guilty, with recommendation I
True bills were found agaim
Luaa. Farr, obstructing railron
track, and Chas. Spencer, murde
3 William Wright was tried f<
a forgery and found guilty.
A. T rewas a true bill against
..- A.Howard, for disposing of pro:
.. erty under lien.
T1he case against Adam Kirkst
and Etta Wright for adultery w;
J. noi prosed.
~., There was a true bill again
y John Alston, resisting officer, ar
ue assault and battery of a high ar
n aggravated nature.
John Lance was tried and co:
1victed of larceny of live stock.
There wa~s no bill against E
Peek for hlousebreaking.
-. V. A. Howard was convicted
disposing of p)rop)erty undeor lien.
S Grand jury found a true b
against James Lowers for. forger
is and nmo bill against .J. F. Wells i
g, . anmah Young, ad ul tory.
-y When Court convened Tuesd;
t, the case against Charles Sponc<
>o chargcd with meurder of Jamr
Alexander, was taken up for trij
J. P. Cary, Esq., rop~rosentled t
defendant and Solicitor Ansel a
ig pearedi for the State. Verdict
of the jury was not guilty and t
-. prisoneor was discharged by3 ord
a of the Court.
8 Order of (dischmargus were pass
to in the cases of Ben Durham, Gri
fin Mulliutax, John Lesley, Williai
.Sitton and James Rtosemion
charged with gamibl ing.
. James Lowers was tried amid co
,victed of forgery. Ludai Farr w
Is tried tor placing obstructions<
trailroadl and a v'ordict of not gi
d( ty was rendered. Mr. Cary repi
senitedl the dlefendant. Hamipt<
Rosemond w~as tried for bigani
s- and acquitted. Mr. Cary defen
-T ed him.
in' Grand .Jury brought in the
-- presentment, whlnichi is publish<
it. in another colunii. The piresi
Ifr ing judge complimiented t hat bot
hue very h ighly fo r the faith ful di
.e- charge of thoir duties and1( for I I
oxp~edlitin and511( sa tisfact ory i
pa litchl of buisi ness. The comp~
mont was certainly doe.or; 0d.
T~IJhio case against, Ernest Was
iingtoni for aussaul1t and ha tier v
a high andi~ aiggravated naturo' w
ss triedl and the vordict of the j1u
er wa it guilty. Mr. Cary doefem1
The'l11 caso againmst Rohort JImat
tOfor housebyeraking ad( compIol
tolarceny was set for Wednosday al
the court adjourned for I li day.
Wednlesday t~he prisonlers w
ng were conic~it'd a I, ii terni of
oni court were sen~ teni ced:
si- W. L. GilsI rap's senitoniee oni t
B. first case, was I fiat, the defendua
La, ho confined in the penitentiaryI
ir- 80. months and in tIm second el c
mn. that ho hp con finied in the ponitt
I tiairy for iG months.
fr. John Lazjco was sentenced to
ty, term in them penitentiary for I
John Wright wvas sentencedl
of work on the public works of1
-county two years og be confined
the penitntiarv for two y.3ars.
James Lowers was sentenced to
>n- work on the public works of the
1., Coulty for two years or be confined
lie in the penitentiary for two years.
vd Ed Greene was sentenced to one
rk year on the public works of the
lie county or one year in the peniten
Grand Jury's Report.
Un To His Honor, 0. W. Buchanan,
ed Presiding Judge:
We, the Grand Jury, desire to
'al make 'the followir g presentment:
of We have passed upon all the
ad bills handed us by the Solicitor
a- and made such returns as the evi
dence, in our judgment, justified.
y, WeO have sent a committee to
d, the jail and find it in good condi
of tion and well kept, the prisoners
ro well cired for.
of We have sent a committee to
V- the poor houso and find seventeen
,i- paupers there, who are well fed and
y, properly clothed, and find that
to the Stoward is doing his duty.
id We havo appointed a committee
be to examine the books, bonds and
1- other matters about the County
7- officors, including trial justices,
, and report at the next term of this
10 It has been brought to our at
tention that tho Southern Railroad
Company have been running their
It freight trains through the County
10 on the Sabbath, and wo rocom
a mond that tho Solicitor take such
,d action in the Iattc)r as he deems
1o sufficient to prevent a. repetition
xd of such conduct.
of We'o recommlnd flint thei Couily
P. Supervisor rofurinish tlho har of the
id court room or remir the furitire
1e of the same, so as to make the
a transaction of businoss more con
to venwienit anl(d oxI)oditious.
o We recommeind that. the County
as Suervisor puts up more shelving
in the vault in Clork's office for
le the records.
Wo extend our thanks to His
or -Tonor, the prosiding judgo, to the
id Solicitor and to tie ohlicers of the
or Court for courtesies shown us.
al Respectfully submitted this 5th
.day of March 1895.
G. MT. LY-xeH,
Loopans, S. C. March 4 1895.
E DEn JOURNAL:
Wo are beginning to farm a lit
'3 tle at last; your scriko saw a far
iler plowing in snow last week.
So ycu s.o they mean business.
I We have a new departure up this
way, there is a kind of mania, here
s for going into the morchantile
0 business. John Freeman & Grady
Roach havo added theirs to the al
ready large member in this section.
C Mrs. Elizobeth Rackley is in
proving, and will soon be out a'grin.
Rev. J. E. Foster will, with
r care, soon bo out again among bis
P~ Rev. Trhios. Looper and wifo visited
Mr. Miles Singleton and family
' Mi~r. Charles R. Singleton and
h is wife visited relativesand friends
sin his 0old neighborhood last week.
Charles is very favorably impressed
id w~ithi his now home in Oconee coun
ty S. C.
A large number of our people
are at court this week.
d' Mr. W. Henry Williams will
.soon bo offi to attend the sessions
ol of the North Greenville Baptist
, i school Success to you
Y1Wo now havo a now voting pre
~cinet hero, Poetors Creek. Fos
tors Storo having been discontin
n ed, hy the last Legislature, so
'hcandidlates for the State Conven
es tion will plenso take (due ntico
' andl govern themselves accordingly.
of LinIEaT'Y, S. C., March 4, 1895.
be Last Saturday evening Coke Had
or don shot Bill Lemons in the face with
a 22 calible pistol the ball taking of
ed feet near the end of the nose. Both
f- colored. Drs. Sheldon and Williams
m attended the wounded man bnt Owing
dto his bleeding so badly did not
probe thme wounmd. It is t hought to
n- be inai.
as Th'le new store hioure of the corpo
mn rato company is about finished, shclv
i.l- ig anma (counlters to put ini yet.
e. The1 nill and ginniery company
m h uve beeni having their grist and saw
y mill overbauled and greatly improv
d - ed work for thleir customers is thle
r Last wveek was lthe busy wveekc withI
d( the farmers, sowing spring (ats. The~
I- Plows weire rushedl lively a few days5.
y \\ inter grasses amid wheat have be
s- gun to show some igns of life. The
mu wheat is not so badly hurt as was
ssupposedl by iimny. C.
h.-Mni. E)troI:---AIlow mo pac
ini your valuablo paper thank my
neighbhors and~ friends for their
as kinidness shq wn me and family
dumrinmg ouri recont ill ness, also to
Dr1. Morgan for his miedical aid,
and inav the Lord b~less them and1(
'~theirs4 is myw pray or.
i.J . N. FosvrEa ANT) F~~ui L.
(cardq of Thankuujus.
lho Wi' nik this method of thank
lhe ing ou' I r~iends andm~ neighbors for
their I. indnuess and~ sympathy ex
he tenided na5 duing th~ le illniess and~
at dent I' of my wife, Nancy lIiott.
or Ma y t he Lord b le'mss( hmu all.
I i e 1, 1110o1' A NO IAM Im.
t'ood, whlen it sour's onl the stomn
a itch, be(comies innutrivo) andl un
tyc wholesome. lIt poisons tihm blod,
anud both1 ind andl body sufifer in
to Iconsequence. WV hat is needed to res
thie toro perfect digestion is a dose or
ini two of Ayer's PHIs. Thuy never
1894 Behind Us.
We close tko hard timo year, 1894. First., by thanking
all our patrons; we are thankful to every one; we have tried
to do our duty to all, and every thne giving tliem
$1.00 WORTH FOR $1.00.
We havo done a large business (big business.)
Notwithstanding dhe hard times, we hear from every
ide, wo have been favored with many now customers and
the , id ones have teen kcpt in line, which is sufficient evi
dence that we are on the inside with goods. and prices.
We announced in Timnc PicorI.i's JOURNAL. several
weeks ago, that we had to unload our immense stock, that,
announcemen' , met 111e oyes of Tlious mds who were In want
of 8110ES and sucji a stampede for our store has never oc
ourred before When these poople Cano for Shoes they
boughut them. As our Prices and Goods wer.) light there
wias 10 looking aroudil thinking they coukl do better. Our
Prices and Goods dii the work.
We begin the Now Year with new zeal, backed by every
advantage known to the trade; with our own Factory behiIu
us ou1r stock will be larger Anld Prices Lowor t1han any house
Honest Goods anid full value for the money diives away
aill hard times.
JAS. M. & E. B. DICKSON,
Siept 24, '94
NOW T HEN!
Let Every Man,
Woman and Child
Set dlown and study this advertisement as though you
wvere going to study your lesson, and you
will see ini a very' little time why
we can sell vou
CLOTHING! + CLOT HING
Cheaper than any other house in this State. In the fi
place, we claim to buy more Clothing than all the Clothi
Houses in this town put together; in the second place, we
not buy our goods from TFraveling Men, who command Jar
salaries; in the third place, we pay spot cash for every dolla
worth of goods we buy; in the fourth place we do no crc
b~usmess--we k.eep no books, therefore we never lost any m<
ay in bad debts; and in the fifth place, we have been in t
manufacturing business for twventy years and know the Clol
nig business from AX to Z. Put all this together and you c
eadily see that we are just what we claim,
\'ens' Suits from - - - - $.0up
Chiildlrens' suits from - - - 1.0 "
B3oy' suits from . - - -2o
N'ens' Overcoats froip - - - -25
Loys' Overcoats from - - - 20
Chikclrens' Overcoats from - -15
-at rm - - . - - - 2.50 "
Come in and see them and you will see we make no
Bluffs. Come in, and as sure as you do, we
will sell yOU.
DREIFUS & Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
Greenville, S. C.
10SentO4t~f 11n Matn mtr.ni
to get your Spring
ii up so yol caln
ro the Summer is
is nlow North buy.
id SIiimer Stock,
rIiving every diay.
erthanl cycr, and
.o your intereRt to
-0 purchasing. We
us show you the
of Novelty Dress
ht to Greeniville.
You will Find !
AT BR UE'S!
,The best., lot 4)f thw n lS ii g
l'obnletos 10 he had4 ait . In h*t and 20,;
ipIr pi- g.
ipetiaIi Prices oil Boxes
11lme-mIade 8hne Collars,
. lome-mlade lilms,
I lnloe-ma11de Baicon,
Ieavy Cheiks and ShIr tinigs,
New .Dry Goodsa atl Notions.
Farming Tool..; inl (irati Variety.
Wo luy Ilhe BEST ad sell the
r rneans so mnucn more c'n
-yo i magine-secrious .
ftldiseases result fuonu .
.('trifling ailments ne'ee d.
- D)on't play with l~tue'0
* * -
1 rha13ps yon1 woiihI i not think so, but
a1 very hirge prloport10 ioof dI 'ireSes iln New
York, COmeJs from1C larel-,snes~s abcur
ctahig coki,"' say~s Dr. (yruzs E'dSOn.
'Ut is '11tteh.SI1 a simpli thg a d so 50t onI 11
that vecry few people, unle1(3 it. is aL caIse
of plcloonial, pay ait t3nt ion. ThereI'( nio
g 3 t.ca111mny (115es of lou.t-ir aniIld 00on..
9111n~ olo whldih have t heir oiin in this
iegieet of the slimlle pm:,an i onl of e1very
daly life. The~ miost sen.-ile advice is.
whenl yon have one0, get. rid of it, as5 so
as8 p)ossible. By all me1:ms1 do not neg
lect it." D~r. Edsoni does niot tell youI
hiow to enre ai cold but we will. Take
Chamberlin4~ Coughu Remedy. It will
roleve the lungVe, aid expectoraltion), open
the secretaltions and1( soon1 eft'et a p erhi na
nenut enre. 25 and1( 50 cenit bot tles .
Fori. 111i1;1lunter & Boggs *,a
Rt. Eaton, Centr'a. .,nd
Asevere rheumatic .Jika
shoulder had1( troubled oikwarth
a n ecl known dro- inn f.h
Iowa, for eve'r ,. he evidence
pain1 was so50 se .urious -effeot
anly tlhing. .~j, . Hre, then, is an
not ret s i , exploded, although
lasP, o Ain official documents
shyin b ed~'ing & Son, large cedar
1a . " fa Monroe, Mich., huave re
-''~'er for telegraph poles to
ato Buenos~ Ayr'es, South
I I This Is a trial order, and it,
A oes go through safely and are
4tsfactory, -this oompanuy is promised
o a trve order.
Now is the tim
wear thom beft
Our Mr. Jones
ing our Spring a
and gooda are a
Goods are Chenj
we witl make it
call on us bofoi
Call, and lot
Goods ever broug
Yours very t
Oilu etrcune hs he will be
pAed anldat prices nt Ihe faltorie's
will njot duplicate. Thley are bro.
kenl lois I.- why we ofFer.
tIhem at these pricet
All tott'I o8terhoeln
stock w\Ill be mold
O. ve ry
A few n)ovely Sits onl hane--to lose
them ouit I will ,teli for3334 per cent. tin
dr. former price.
All Woolen G'ood~s have bee-in marked
dowi to eet it times. No use re ali ng
'-hard times" wh g-oods ., present
The best yard wide Sea 1.land ever of
fered inl Greeville for 5 eents.
A few blankets at. lowest priec.
A.K PAOW. ,
. FORLTH ESTOKS
M , WEfnisoh :hs-o 1 h
It.We' furn(1ish these -You3' o th<~C n
hr ts Mvii h licFA tottLL.t
wisothc1l1C' 111Ii co'rqiiI
(ltbi lt1O vr'spnith aeo
The mny havde Ato~ few and t fewrro
wais to thei: money ian Iii~hled poo rCCIyiuir
the wihi-per of coimpetitijoln-A bran new(1
suilt of Clothes, somet( hinig nice', for* $2.05;
10-4 shteeting at 15~C p)er yardl; 1,000 yd(
standard prhuis a t Iea 50 pr yd;3( best
dress ginghamis, 7e; line sitings for dress
es a. 76e; ladles un detvest s, I ic to 25c;
Shoes, shoes, sh1oes---do let mue show you
my shoes; 2 spiools ma~uebiic thr'ead for ac,
200) 3 ards onl ai sp)oo; the cartij a ttmplles
areO here atid goig like hot. etnkes at 25c a
pilece--youl canl catrpet ai big 10(om for very
lito ony, and1( for use1 they ar ie just ais
good ius ai( it; do ll 1(ar.
ARE YOU COMING!
li 8) call (It me1 for you luinces All
kInds cannedi(( goo3ds, cheese , era:-,kers,
caikes, &c. Salmott, 10c; Sa rines, 50c
me t ling In te cracikers.
I wnnit to hey I ,000 Dty ides, 50 bu
Gloobers anid corni, peats and eggs.tru
J. TO . HARRIS,
Jan. .9. Iogents, S. 0.
P. S. t am~' prtepared to paly the t2'
for Jury am11 Wnt nte (1:ttm