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The -People's Journal
Miss Ellie Price, of Sunny Dale
is visiting relatives in town.
W. T. Nalley and family visite<
relatives at Calhoun 1 ast week.
Homer A. Richey matriculate(
at Clemson College, last Monday.
See notice to township Asbessors
by the Auditor, elsewhere in thi
Judge Norton and Maj. Dendy,
of Walhalla, were in attendanc<
on court last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. N. Folger
of Easloy, visited the family 01
Judge Nowbery last wook.
Miss Alma Smith, of Andersor
county, and Miss Lida Folger ar(
visiting Miss Stella Newbery.
Consult McFtill's budgot aii
se what he will furnish you. H(
does so much-you do the rest.
J. H. Kennoinur received hii
notico of appointment, as super
visor of registration, Tusdlay.
W. N. Hughes and G. M. Lyncl
wore appointed township conimis,
si'nmors by Governor Evans on the
1 Ith instant.
The Books of Subscription t
the Norris cotton mill will b(
->pened on March 20th, inst. Se<
The reading public appreciate f
rood thing when they see it, henc
ho subscription list of THE Jout
AL is steadily increasing.
Soo inportant notice to trial
ustices from the supervisor ol
registration, and registration no
tico to voters, in this issue.
Messrs. A. Blythe, B. A. Morgar
and H. J. Haynesworth of Green.
yillo attended court last week, il
the interest of some litigants.
Miss Lillio Bowic, of Eastatoe.
was enrallied Monday as a pupil
in Prof. Stribling's school. She
is boarding at Mr. J. K. Kirksey's.
W. L. Jenkins is putting up
shelves and counters in the old
auditors offico, which will be used
by dispensor Baker as his place of
Miss Sallie Brazeale, of West.
minster, is visiting Miss EmmiC
1endricks near Liberty. They
s)ent Tuesday with friends ir
The cotton crop of 1895 is aboul
all ginned and packed. C. T
Hutchins finishedl for the seasor
Monday, having put up 811 bales
at his gin.
Are you reading "Chiickamaui
ga?" Kooep up with Miss Baggs.
Jakey and ''Rats." Thme plot dlee
pens and the sto)ry growis more in
tensely interesting each week.
Appl ican ts for county teachorE
certificates should( read tihe notie(
in anotheor column. Thie exmn
ation willI be held on the 10th of
A pril, p~rox.
II. B. Hend ricks, by thle advic<
and consent of rmial Just ie' Bram-.
lett, has teindered his ros gnat 101
as constablo. It was reqiu sted or
accoun t of partisan poQlitics.
Trial Jastico Bramlet~t tried the
case of F. M. Cassell against J. L.
Amber, Monday. J. E. Boggs, Esq
appeamred for Mr. Cassoll, and C. E
Rolbinson, Esq., for Mr. Ambler,
The trial justice decided in favoi
of. the dlofondanti.
WV. A. D)uncan was soveroly
hurt, last wee-k, b y a log rolling
our'I hiim. Several fingers wbee
broken'1), one . houble IIcrurIshedI and1
dislocal d, anid, it, is featced, he is
is attending him.
Deputy umarshal s Roark, Jamne
soni, Clox anmd TPhorn11loy arrested
Albert Babbml, W. Anderson Babb.
.Jamiies Babb, and H an ford JBabb
Monday night, for violating U. S
rev'enume laws. Thoi d istilIlery out.
it wasi .oiede and1( briouight inmtc
J. 1). (Cui eton, su~porviso0r of
reg~isra t ion, is lhe b'us'ios. man in
towni the appmlicant ii5 or cortiii.
cat os being nummerous and prsis
t00t in their~ doniianjds, The whit<
are faithful to theirp color'ed con
stituoents [and( aro. furnmishiing then
Folger and '1. D.. H~arris are. act
ing as notary pulblics andl are muak
mg a~O( good hing of it, if thir feo;
are paid. There is a rumm'l~i afloa
thut hoodle'hias beeon fui lished (a
dlefre~y timn expenses and that th'
white leaders are getting gqod pa
for their services.
Thle seAcond~ quarterly conmferenco
of Piemkons circuit was h >~ld at Ru
hamnah Friday. Rev. T. J. Flyde
the p)residinig older, pro~acl1 a h
the morning a very into~ stin
aind insitruictivoe sermflon. He is n,
rngrin econs copty an i
or~wpng nmore andl more iii ftivo
Wilti the people in this circuiit. I'
the afternoon the regulIar1 busi nos
of the conference wais transautod
the reports showving imnprovomen~i
in the wvork. The next meetin
will be at Fairview, and Joh
Smith promised the mnember
pletyoffried chicken and huch
See change in the advertisement
of Gower & Goodlott, in this pa.
A. W. McCrackin, one of the
penitentiary guards, came for the
prisoners Monday. WilliamWright,
James Lowers, Ed Green and
Robert Bates were carried to Nev
oll's farm in Anderson county, and
John Lance and W. L. Gilstrap
to the penitentiary.
Treasurer Youngblood is not so
busy this week. There are 340
taxpayers, who have not, settled
with him, and probably 300 of this
number will be delinquent and
have to pay to the sheriff, in whose
hand executions will be placod
after the 15th instant.
The County Board of Control
met Monday and approved in duo
form tho bond of B. C. Biaker,
which was returned from Coluni.
bia for that l)irlso. Thero is a
good deal of rod tapo about. the
Dispensary bnsitness id tho lock
aders took advantage of the de
John Lanco, who was sentonced
at the last term of the court to
five years in the ponitentiary for
stealng cattlo, atteil)ted to break
jail Thursday. le had romoved
one of the iron bars in his cell and
was in a fair way to get another
out, when one of the U. S. priso
noers discovered him and informod
Sheriff McDaniel. Mr. Lance was
chained to the floor to await the
arrival of the penitentiary gtiard.
Last November J. H. Newton, of
this place, went to Montgomery,
Ala.. prepared a bill stnd had it in
troduced in the legislature to givo
him, W. A. Clyde, C. T. Martin, B.
D. Stewart of Pickens county, J.
D. Barron, ex-Soc. of Stato, of
Ala., and W. R. Green, of Mont
gomery, a charter under tho name
of The Farmers' Mutual Insurance
Association of Alabama. The bill
passed the 18th of February, an(d
on the 1st of March Massrs. New
ton an-I Martin went to Montgom
cry. The company organized
by Olecting J. D. Barron, Pres.; C.
T. Martin Vice-Pres.; J. H-. New
ton, General Agent for the State.
Mr. B. D. Stewart, and perhaps
others, will go to Alabama in a
few days to ongage in the business.
Tako notice that a meeting of
the Pickens Riflos will be hold at
the Court House on Saturday, 23d
instant. Business of importance.
By order of
F. E. Cox, T. J. MALDIN,
Proceedings of Cosart.
All tho proceedings of tho ses
sions court have been p)ublishedl,
except the case against Earnest
WVashington, which was tried
Wednesday, the 6th instant, and
which resulted in an accquittal.
Court of Common Pleas was
opened on the 6th instant andl or
ders for judgment against the de
fondants wroV passed in the follow
ing cases : E. Hi. Lawrence agains t
W. B. Lawrenceo; T1. L. Langston
et. al. against J. D). Smith ; J. 1).
Church vs. T1. J. Bowen ;J. D).
Church vs. L. A. & L. W. Stewart;
11. A. Thmoni, Esq., representi I
edl the plaintitf ini the first case,
and J. P. Cary, represeni~ited thet
plaintiffts, ini the othier cases.
T1he miost initeresting case of thle
termi was an action for' slander ini
which WV. A. Fortner was podnin
tiff' and W- F. Reid, dleembot.
Fourtoen wvitnessos wore sworn a nd(
give their testimony, andl the jua
rorsi~ were much puzl~od over the
apparen t conflict ini the state
ments of the wvitnesses, they final
ly agreed on a verdict for the (1o
fondant, but his Honor, the pro
siding judge, promptly set it aside
and grain td the defendant a new
trial. .J. P. Carey, Esq., rep~resont
ed1 the plaintiff. .J. E. Boggs, Esq.,
reprfsenlted tho dlefehddnlt. Order
for judgmonit against the defond(
antI wor~o passed in the fol lowing
casos: Ji. 1). M. Keith, Executor
against S. 'T. Mchugh ; J. 1). M\.
Keith against S. T1. Mc'ugh;
Charles Patton against HI. E. Mull;
(G. A. Browning against P. D). Da
cuis; WV. E. H-olcomibo against R.
Ordler, conifirmning report on sale,
gas paIssed1( ip the ()aso of J. G. Tin..
51loy & Co , against J. 8. Barkor;
a . Cairy re~prosPnting the pl inti If.
T rewas an order to amendl in
the case of Sallie Millikin against
'T. L,. Robenrtson.
.Judgmien1t fo.r foreclosurIe wals
given in thme casoe of C. L. 1hIiings.
woith vs. A. R. Hunt, and in the
eases of1 Frank E. JBloelk aga ist.
C. H Alhford , aind C. L. Hlollings
wor,1th agauinst P. C. M~archhnanks.
V'ericts b4 y consont1 woro0 t aken
aiga ist thle defend ant, in the caso
of Geaorgf B. Ryorett ag~ainst W\.
H-. Hotstor ; aipd W. l. oddy
ag~aibat WV. IT. Hester.1
Orders conufirinag replort. on ailes
worO passed in the cairo of' it.Ln
hardt; aiaimst M . E. tolcomh e;
Cuj . fl. ,Judaon, T'I' o3 against
'Tate & Unail, Coi adj~lourneIid for
,On the 7th instaunt, verdict by
in consent wvas rendered for the sum
4 of $36.36 againis, tihe defendant. ini
the caen of GA. w T' ignst
rQgjoy~s confliramit ,on saules
1 wevo passed in th J 1. T1,
,Blassingante et. al ,... Por
t tor ot., al, again ~ orin ot.
; ali. Im the ease aga ~ ning
i J. Fendley ot. al. aM~ 4i ilda
a Looper et. al. an ord. ,:' .nco
A mass meeting of the Dor
cratic voters of Pickens Coun
is hereby called to meet in t
Court House at Pickens
Friday, the 22d instant, at 11
ni., for the purposo of electil
three delegates to the conve
tion to be held at Columbia
the 27th inst.
11th March, 1895.
W. T. FIELD,
JAS. F. LAY,
JULIUS E. BOGGS,
R. F. SMITH.
DOEs Frna liuigs.
Times aro getting a little haIr
tho sniow is all gono and wEo ha
to st)op ra))it huniting,-onts som
ing taking its place. The fall oi
tare about aill frozon out, aid ti
guano is the next wo have to ta
abouit.. I tliiik the farmers wi
plant a bout l1ilf the cotton a
uso about one-haIt tho fertilize
they (lid last year.
M. ). Fairmer will soon have I
mills running oi Six Milo creek i
tihe Phillips' old mill place.
Rev. W. G. Maul(lin will me'
to Pelzer this wook. K.
Dea th or (Aeera'al Ayes.
Aidtnlerson, S. C., \l arch 8.-Go
oral Lewis il. Ayor died hor ti
day. His (aith was - ntirely il
exI)ected. IHol was a little ill th
norig and for this ronson di
not go to his cliss room at tho I
M. I. Diuring the morning I
wont to bed. H]is (Iiugliter, Mr
Vandivor, was in the room sev<>rl
tines an1d oi going inl about tu
o'ckek found him unconsoioi
and he died in a few minutes. F
was in his seventy-fourth year.
Spring goods arriving ! Zep
yrs, Nun's Veiling, Muslin
Lawns, Percales, and Novelti<
in Dress Goods. Trimmings 1
match. Full hile of Gents Fu
nishing Goods. Five papers <
Needles for 5 cents-good r
any. J. M. RAMPEY,
Etasley, S. C.
FI'r -r0 JOURNAl. RAIADERS.
TilE JoUirNA I. is anxious that it3 su
scribers should have the advar.tal
of every good thing going. Wi
this end in view we have anangi
with The Hosterman Publishing C<
of Springfield, Ohio, for a supply
yearly subscriptions to their gre
monthly, " The American Far
News," which will be presented ri
TO EVERY PAID IN ADVANCE silbsc
ber to TInE JOURNAL.
Is no us o t- cuss or discuss 5 coi
cottonl, I havo a nico lot of mik1
cows for salo and it' I can not g
my pr1ico 1 ain1 going to tako son
one else's. I also have some hors
and(I mules iuliiig theo sau
JUIUS E. Bo0(1(s. Tv. .i. iiIA(ULI)
I(OGGS & MAUILDIN.
febi28mu I'iekenis, S, C
IeM::irin~g of all! kin 1ls of 'a wis
J. C. Mauldini, Propriete
('1 itioli Nolice.
TVIlE STIA'i TE1" SOlii ('.\H0IalNA,
('Ou'v ol-' I 'I'ImNs.
dIl J .1.N-:n u , Espi ,, 'rb
WillE' \A, .1. M~ Stc'.cnet, ('. ('. I
madtEE it -o mie, to g.nn hli i ei ters <
I Iets of i' lenr ci ji' I' uhl te de ien , i hi
Courl t II iuse, X. 4'., ont 25 ih Elayc
(cauise, i anyi~ t hey hacve,. why I lie sta
A~Ehniisctraction shIon'E not be grancted'c.
Silveni utich-ri iiuy liand. t his 25 hi dayv
F~ebruary' I1895 in I'.e l lI) year oEf. ' ii
(sv4A .) J1 It Newbiry, .11 P P(
WE~ PAY OASil!
For Hides, Beeswax, Tallo
WV I' sellI harness Lecather, Upp
IKips, OCalf Skins, Sheep Skins, L~a
Leaither, IHamei St rings in any amon
GlOW El & GOt DLFI"TT,
101 Main Street, Greenvrill e, S.
IS1IiiiltBY G I V ICN EInit (lhe ito-i,
Sithipi'i thtin wV1Il iliblopne toi thei cait
stockL of 'N ric (Cttoni .Milb, ('hI.IIIpany
froum I i . mi. naiiil '2 p. mii by i 'th ub
scigned~u boardi~ of eu1 crorator, in 1 a ctcila
wit'leh l t ih e urity aw rditiremii t ofl I
t'nnaision ine tousnth0th Ei f M ar i
igd :ii lc i' . K.d~b Ncl tiid et8,
l~leti~ ni~i , p c.l et . o ~ V t,
I)0 . F .iRE.ITZ,.
1894 Behind Us,
it We close the hard time year, 1891. First, by thainking
all our patronsi; we are thankful to every one; we have Iried
to do our duty to all, and overy timue giving thei
$1.00 WORTH FOR $1.00.
We have done a large business (big business.)
Not.withstanding the hard times, we hear from every
side, we have been favored with many new customers and
1- th, sI ones have becu kept in line, which is suficient ovi
dence that we are on the inside with gooNs and prices.
We aunounced in Timia Picoria's JOITIUNAL, several
weeks ago, that wo had to unload our immiense stock, that.
ainounconen', met the eyes of Thous~umis who werc in want
of SHOES and such a stampede for our store h1a4 never Oc
Surred before When these poople cano for Shoes they
bought them. As our Prices and Goods woro j ight there
was no looking around thinking they could do better. Our
Prices and Goods did the work.
We begin the Now Year with new zeal, backed by every
advantage known to the trade; with our own Factory behin'd
us our stock will be larger and Prices Lower than any house
Ilonest Goods and full value ihr the money drives away
1- all hard times.
JAS. M. & E. B. DICKSON,
Sept 241 '94
Let Every Man,
Woman and Child !
Set dlown and study this advertisement as though you
were goimg to study your lesson, and you
wvillse in a very little time wvhy
we can sell you
ICLOTHING! + CLOTHING!
S Cheaper than any other house ini this; State. In the first
place, we claim to buy more Clothing than all the Clothing
H" -ouses in this town put together; in the second place, we do
not buyu goods from Traveling Men, w~ho command large
salaries; in the third place, we pay spot1 cash for every dollar's
wvorth of goods; we buy; in the fourth place we do no credit
-business----we Keep no books, therefore we never lost any mon
ey in bad de~bts; and in' the fifth place, we have been in the
manufacturing business for twenty years and know the Cloth
ing business from A\ to Z. Put all this together and you can
readlily see that we are just what weC claim,
Mens' Suits frqom - - -- - g2.oax upj.
Childrens' suits from - - - - 1.00 o'
Y. Boys' suits from - - - . 2.00o
Mens' Overcoats from - -. - - 2.50 "
Boys' Overcoats from . - -- 2.00 "
C'hildrens' (Overcoats from - - - r -50 "
SPants from - - - - - .50 "
Comie in and see them and you wvill se we make no
mBluffs. Colme in, andi as sure as youi do, we
wvIll sell you.
DREIFU.S &~ Co.,
he THE NEW CLOTHIERS
OreenvIlle, 8. 0.
10IseptO4tf 119 Main Street,
Now is the timn
wear thom bofo
Our Mr. Jones
ing our Spring al
and goods are a
Goods are Cheal
we will make It I
call on us befoi
Call, and let
Goods ever broug
Yours very ti
Will ofi'er their entiro line of
BLACK DRESS GOODS I
At greatly reduced prices.
llenilettas at $1.22, $1.18 .98, ...2, .34,
and .19 cents; former prices $1.50. $1.31
$1.25, .85, .60 and .25 een ts.
Cashmeres at 70, 62. 50, 37j. and 19
ceuts; former prices $1.00, 85, 75, 60 and
All other lilack (oods re(ieed in pro.
McALISTER & BEATTIE.
63 and 65 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
(Next door to Nationul ink)
P. S. fnt.terlek Pat terns.
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Here's the way it is:
WVe fturnish the-You do the
Th'le maniiy haIve too) fewv and( the f.'
dlonble dutly of (every pennii
buyerCI will go wherie his m
tli h(most goods?. Amionig (Ii . .ient arri
valsar s10.omeI bariginis thait arei beyondl
the whisper of completi tion- A brani new
snit of ClotheR, somietlhing nilce, for *2.95;
10.4 sheetig at 15~ per yard; 1,000 yds
st1(aar prhus~ at de andi 5e pr yd; best
dress ginghams. 7e; fine sniltings for dress
es at 7je; ladies tundervests, 15ei( to 25e;
Shoes, Shoes, shoes---do let me)1 show you
my13 shoes; 2 spools ma11chluJo Ihread for Sc,
200 3 ards 0on a spooI; thes carpe(t H imlples
areO t)ere and1 going liko hioi enkes~ at 25~e a
pleeI-~y~ou1 can carpet a big room for very
l ittle money, and for use they are just, as
good as a dollar a ya~rd.
ARE YOU COMING!
f oTO COURT?
Isocall ou me for your innches. All
kinds canned1 goods, cheecse, crackers,
enkes, &c. Salmon, 10c; Sardines, 5o;
Uysters 10-but boys please don't ask
mne to flng hn the ernekers.
I want to boy J,000 Dry hides, 50 bu.
G ber andcorn, peas and eggs.
espectiinlly snbmitted t~O the clash trade
alan, S-9 Pickens,.
P. . I am preparedl to pu '>
for Jury and Witness Claims.
3 to get your Spring -
)m up so yon can
ro the Summer is
is now North buy
d Stummer Stock,
rriving every day.
)er than ever, and
o your Interest to
0 pInrrchasing. We
us show you the
of Novelty Dress
ht to Greenville.
You will Find !
The best lot of Chewiig nild spittimt.
Tobalcos to be had nt 5c Ph- itaul 20t
Special Prices On Boxes
Ilome-mado Shuck Collars,
l ChIeIe ks 1111 1 Shirings,
New i ry Goods and Notions.
lFarming Tools iI G reat Variety.
We [ilay the BIEST and sell 11le
CiE APE3T !
of p~i~iOetim , pa'yil (l a iuelun sau lIku il
a greait nI':ny3 cases of entarrh and eon
sin pt ion wvhleh have their origin in this
niegiect of theo simaple paereation of every
day life. Th'ie most sensidle advice is,
whenii you have one, get rid of it as soo
as poselble. By n't means1 do not neg
leet it." D~r. Edsoni does not toil you~
hiow to eire a cold buit we will. Take
Chamber11 .lahin's Cotigh Remedy. It will
tellere thie inngs, aid( expectoratIon, openI
the sceoretat ions and soon effect a perrma.
non'it cureC. 25i and t60 cent bottleCs for
Dr. G. WV. Earle, Pickens; C. N.
N. Wvat., Easliey ; 10i1, Slon:b, & Co.,.
F"ort 11111 ; lluiter & loggs Liberty; LA.
RI. Eaton, Cenitral. apr1.
Al $eve*:o 4heal leaii irainil ini tho Jlft
shjoulder hliad troiabled Mr J. 11 . LoopeXr,
a neel known drugigiskt of D~es Moines,
Iowa ,for ever'i .ix mioniths. At times the
pin was WJo se0 $iVe ti'nt h.le conlah nojt li ft
:aaythlina. Wii t all beconhla) he conl
not get a h( of II a niilihen pjliedl CJhambor.
eai's P'ain linim. "'I oanly anaid three
applhienii ons~ of it,"' heo sa "anda havn
rec(onnuen~ids it, toll pruonis simnilarly at
D r. (. WV. iEarhe, l'l-keans; (.. N. Wy
ati., IMasley: lI. Sloana, & ( o., F"ort: 1illi;
Ihiaiter & hlorgs, l,ilherty; I,. R. Eaton,
*ieans so muciih mofth(,
ayui imiag4ineI-ser e ma i~
fatal diseases rau.a: re .4
trifling ailments neglected.I
Don't play wvith Natui~re's
and ge.-:,-: e~
~'~' ~..:to wind
Dy~..; T' n4ind it? W'y
Neia a, a ..s a day.-Good
?.dra.rlan and the Lady.
Yg makes one irritable and
e.~ It Is a savage--"
st, ad I Oaro'?"
j 4s, it is fatal to beauty, wvast
. it does, the
i s t'ha, So? Why didn't you i'ay
I et jra co"-i .300