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The People's Journal.
LOCAL ITEMS. al
Miss Tirzah Hughes is visiting in
Miss Stella Newberry. o
James Bowen, of Pelzer, visited y(
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. er
Bowen, last woek. at
R. G. Gaines, general storekeeper fo
and gauger, was in town Monday a
on official business.
Mrs. T. J. Jackson, of Atlanta, th
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. pr
J. F. Willitma, at Liberty- at
Miss Mary Allgood's school clos- lo
ed Friday, and she entertained her
pupils with a candy-pulling. fa
Prof. J. M. Looper, of Mica,
spent Sunday in town and wor- e
shiped at the Baptist church. ii
Friendley Cisson died at the
county poor house on the 17th in- cl
stant and was buried at Concord ol
baptist church. He was 93 years i
This week Miss Baggs loses the s
telegrams she had deciphered- P1
Col. Maynard proves a friend- rti
"Rats" proves his devotion-but th
read it. 01
Married, at Dacusville, S. C., on le
March 7th, 1895. by John 0. Da. at
vis, Esq., Mr. James W. Clements
to Miss Cordelia Williams, all of m
Pickens county. a
W. B. Allgood received a val- or
uable present last week from his ox
sister, Mrs. Adal ine Keith, of Cher- th
okee County, Ga. It is a pair of cr,
gold rimmed spectacles of the wl
finest pebble. no
The county board of control n
met Tuesday and made arrange- th
- the dispensary. fo
- was ordered a
will be ready w(
soon as it ar- ta
The closing exercises of the col- su
ored school, taught by C. T. Miller se
Friday evening 8th instant, were th
very creditable to both teacher and pr
pupils. A large number of whites er
as well as colored witnessed the Ot
W. L. Jenkins and W. 0. I-os
ter were elected by the members of W
the Baptist church in town as del- u
egates to the Union meeting, which u
will be held with Concord church o
Saturday before the 5th Sunday I
in this month.
Treasurer Youngblood is busy
writing executions. There are 200
to be handed over to the Sheriff, fil
niv o avrrage number. The C0
- are for poll tax, but
:-ewners will have di
- the sheriff. 11i
~. ass Alexander died at
her home on Crow Creek on the
18th instant, and was buried at in
the family cemetery. She was X
abouit sixty-five yen -s old and
leaves two sons, G. XX . and E. M. in
Alexander, to mourn her death.b
Mad dogs are becoming numer- Si
ous. There was a lively chase af- i^
ter two on Crow Creek last Thurs
day and Friday. James Stansell fe
succeeded in killing one large black lei
and yellow tanned .hound ; the TI
other was at large at last accounts. cui
Rev. Tr. J. Rooke p~roacheid Sun
day morning to a large and appre- C<
ciative congregation in the Bap- M
tiat church in town. His sermon
wvas in the interest of home mis- wg
sions and containoed much valuable flC
information. The audlience re- M
Rlpondon liberally to the call for of
A sad accident occurred in Cen
tral on the 13th instant. Philip 6
Gre and his son, Jeff, were at
work in a well, drilhing and load
ing holos in the rock. As they ra
had about finished packing the last
hole, the blast exploded andl killed
Jeff. Philip was hut, burt niot ati
D~eputy Marshals Lowvis, Jon.. c
1nings and Thornley made a suc- e
cessqful raid on Crow Creek Tumos- di
(lay niight, cap~turmng one distillery V
n full blast anid 1,400 gallons of n
beer. There wore four or five op),.in
eratives in the conceru, hut only i
one was a.rrostodi, the others leav..
ing n hot haste. ih
There wvill bo in connieti -m wit~h Ie
tihe p~reach ing sessioni m t. t hei Union )11
Menting, mit old fol kRS siging at &j
Concord chuiirch the 65th Siundaliy ~
in .March at 9:80 a. mn. Every i"
bony, especially the membners of
old folks association, are invited ti'
to be present. Bring your dinners *
andl your Iiarmony' antd have a hi
The Old Folks Musical Associ
aitioni will hold it's first meeting
for this yeari at Mountain Groys
church the 1st Sunday in April at
9, a. im. All the members are r~.
quested to ho preont, as there willm
be a reorganmizat lon and an election a
of officers. fo
J1. M. Po1irEn, Pros- m
E!. J. Piu1NCEg 800 el
Thie followmng named gen telein sh
from Pickons Couty have hoeen W
(drawn to serve on the jury for thei l
August term of the United States I
court. T. N. lHunter, JIames A. i
Hughey, and Wesley Norris, on
the grand j ury ; W. A. Palmer, W.
li. J. Lesley, J. N, Morgani, W.. A. hi
rboggs, k M, golger, Mcl)ufT Al.
exander, B. F. Lesley, James A. i
Warren Spearman died suddenly
om heart failure, while travelling
one, about three miles from Pel
r, on the 8th instant and his re
ains,we interred at the old Lib
ty cemetery west of town on the
Ith instant. He was about sixty
ars of age and leaves a wife, sov
al children and a number of rel
ives to mourn their loss. He
,d been a citizen of this county
r man y-years, but movede to the
Dtory last fall.
The sun is shining brightly and
ore is some indication of ap
oaching spring, the clouds have
last passed away, the doves are
oing and the farmers begin to
The cotton market has boon
irly lively here of late.
Cotton seed meal and acid is the
rtilizer titat seems to be taking
e day this season as they come a
Those who have been disposed to
ass Liberty as a staid, old sleepy
d town had as well disabuse their
ind of such an idea, for while
o has been slowly, she has boon
rely, forging her way along in
etty safe bounds, and has a trade
at need not be sneezed at and is
shing along pretty lively all
ese dull times. If you are not
Pen to conviction stand back and
t others have your room, or come
We notice a great ado is being
ado just now, about registre.tion
d any and every thing, the re
rm element in the State has eith
intimated, suggested, done, or
pects to do. We further notice
at a good part of this jargon is
edited to disgruntled reformers,
10, when the truth is known,
ver had any more sympathy for,
t with, the reform faction in
is State thin a hungry sow has
r a poor man'a potato patch on
lark night in August. We often
mndor what these njumb-skulls
ke the people for. They are like
D Dutchman said, they try to
ike a fool of the people but only
oceed in making a fool of them
.ves. The people are quiet and
ey can be depended upon to act
imptly and right when the prop
time for action rolls around.
ir State's safety lies in tho peo
3-not in the "diegrun tled," par
an, self-styled reform croaker.
e have had bluster enough-let
have somo sense, and that well
ed is about what we need worst
all in our present condition.
t everybody keep cool and act
sely and patriotically and all
11 be well. C.
Rev. J. E. Foster was able to
I his appointment at Peter's
eek Second Sunday.
James Clement, on last Thurs
.y night, stole all of Mrs. Wil
tms' sugar, amounting to over
e hundred pounds, then went to
ial Justice Davis and compro
ised for 0one dollar.
Mr. Rector Smith and Prof. J.
Looper conducted an interest
g singing at Nine Forks last Sab
The public school ciosed last
turday in Mica district. Miss
mo Philpot wvas tenoher..
J. Thomas Looper while fixing a
ace ,Wednesaday morning, cuit hiis
about an inch w~it h an axe.
uis is the fifth Loop~er that has
t himself with au axe this win
Mr. James White of Anderson
>. visited his sister, Airs. Allen
iuldin, this week.
The mud is deep now, loaded
gons can not tralvel without dif
ulty, but Mr. Daniel Boyd and
iss Elian lUlakoly took advantage
the mud, and walked to .J. A.
>binson's, N. P., and got married.
G. B. Looper moved his family
Pelzer a few days ago.
The r~e h as not been a snck of gua
hauled upl the Pumnpkintown
ad past Mica yet.
A Quiect lone wVedding.
Thiore was a quiet home wedding
the residence of J1. L. Gary on
ain street, oppo)site the coach fac
ry, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'
ack. T1hos. WV. Bradley, of Pick
5s county, who is a po pular con
ictor in the service of the E. T.
& G. railway company, wvas
arried to Miss Etta, the chIarm
g daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Gary, formerly of Fort jIll.
The ceremony was performed by
e Rev. J. R. Riley D). D)., of Eais
. Only pe'rsonmal- friends of the
mily were preisent, w~ho warmly
*ngratulated( the young couple.
jere wore a number of valuable
M~Ir. and( MIrs. Bradleoy left on
e 4 o'clo ck train for Atl.1an ta,
0 re they w ill make their fu ture
mnm.-Greemnvills News, 15th inst.
Diud aI. IPeiieacih 10th, Ra
el Moody, formnerly of Pickens
unty. She was bo(rn in this
unty ijn 181(1, and had spent
0 most of her life hero. The
use of her death was pneumonia
1(d old age She suffered untold
isiry. She was a true Christian
Ld memrber of the Baptist churich
r thirty-five years. A loving
other and a friend to every body,
e has fought a good fight, now
e is gone to wear the crowvn,
ujch th Lc~ord, the Righteous
idge, has prepared for th~em that
ve him. She leaves three soiis
1(d two daughters to mourn their
es,_ F. N.
Vjckens County Alliance wvill
>ld its next quarterly meeting on
rednosday, the 10th (lay of April,
)xt. JoHN C. WATKINS,
Socn3 DRellt. Alliance.
A mass meeting of the Demo
cratic voJors of Pickens Count3
is hereby called to meet in th<
Court House at Pickens or
Friday, the 22d instant, at 11 a
m., for the purpose of electing
three delegates to the conven
tion to be held at Columbia or
the 27th inst.
11th March, 1895.
W. T. FIELD,
JAS. F. LAY,
JULIUS E. BOGGS,
R. F. SMITH,
J. D. CURETON,
W. A. HAMILTON
J. J. HERD,
L. R. DURHAM.
Death of Dr. Broadus.
LOUISvr LLE, Ky., March 16.-Dr.
John A. Broadus died at 3.40 o'.
clock this morning.
Tho death of Dr. Broadus ro.
moves one of the- most noted di
vines of his day. He was well
known in this country and Europe
as a scholar and orator and has
several tinies lectuted before Yale
and Johns Hopkins universities,
and was considored one of the besl
Greek scholars in the world.
The sooner you begin to fighi
the fire, thu more easily it may b(
extinguished. The sooner you be,
gin taking Ayor's Sarsaparilla foi
your blood-disoase, the easier wil]
be the cure. In both cases, dolay
is dangerous, if not fatal. Be sure
you get Ayer's apd no other.
"A* stitch in time."-A dose ol
Ayer's Pills has saved many a fil
of sickness; but when a reiedy
does not happen to be at hand.
slight ailments are liable to ho neg
lected, and the result frequently,
is serious illness; therefore always
be supplied with Ayor's Pills.
Spring goods arriving ! Zeph
yrs, Nun's Veiling, Muslins
Lawns, Percales, and Novelties
in Dross Goods. Trinmmings tc
match. Full line of Gents Fur.
nishing Goods. Five papers ol
Needles for 5 cents-good aE
any. J. M. RAMPEY,
Easley, S. C.
IS HEREBY (iIVEN that there will be a
meeting of the subscribers t-) the Capital
Stock of "Norris Cotton Mills Company'
at Central, S. C., on the 2d day of April
1895, at 12 o'clock, M. for the puroose of or
ganizing said coinpany. in accordanci
with the laws of the State 20 per cent. o
each and every subscription to said capIta
stock will be tiue and payable to the Bloar<
of cJorporators on the day above named fo
signed : D. IK. NORRIs,
J. F. NOBRIs,
,TAs. F. LAY,
GEO. F". VONKOLNITZ, Ji
March 4-10 Board of Corporators.
Tihe County Board of Exami.
ners wvill meet at Pickens C. H-.
on the 19th day of April, 1895
for the purpose of examninina
applicant~s for County Teachers
Applicants wvill be examined
on questions fur-nished by State
Board of Examiners, and may
includo all tihe following
branches: Spelling, Reading,
WVriting, Arithmetic, Algebr'a,
English GIram mar', Literature.
Geography, History of Souti
Carolina and of tihe United
States, Drawing,Physiology and
Hygiene, Civics, Ethics, Ele.
ments of Vocal Musio, Elements
of Agiricultur'e, and Pedagogies.
T. C. ROBINSON,
School Comn. Picken-s County.
TH' E STlA'lTE OF NOUITH P'AllOLINA,
WllEliE \S, . M S-tewart, U. C. P
madel, snit -0 mel, to giantI him I etter's o
Adiniistrion Iou f thei Estattoelo ui
Courit II ous'. N. ' ., on 2811h day
Alnrehi 1895 next after~i iulientiion hie
of, at, 11 o'cloc'k in the foren1Ioon, to shev
causet, if anya th.y hav"e whyv the sahi
\dmlliniistr'ation shon'd (11o0 be granted'.
ive undee my1(0 Iiland11(. t his 25 hi dayv
February3' 1)5 in the 119th yeari of ou
(si~t J ) .11 Newh'ry, J1 P P U
Notice to1 IDebt ors and EOrediter's
Al jU re-g% h1 a vi chthus agiia is. t h
e's are. of J. A. lggs~ deceased, mui,,
pileaise make .c ment al0110 once to
W. 1,. 110(08,
E' xecat Ilrs.
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gans fi'wm $25 to $500, Sewmcg Ma
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makes of Se wing Macumnes.
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g&" Crockery, Tin
Now is the time to g
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wear them befor tli
Our Mr. Jones is no
ing our Spring and H
and goods are arrivii
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BOGUS & MAULDIN,
feb2SmG Pckens, S. C.
D It. it101tT K KSIY,
Physician and Sureon,
flie at his residoQe111l Mi Street
Matrch 8, 1 8U.4
DRI. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
WV. M. Nonwoon, Assistant. 0111ce,
884 Main Stret, Greenville, S. C.
Jlan. 9, 'l)2 y
R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gren.
vilic, S. C. - 0llice over Addisol &
McGee's Drug Store.
If yon want the finest PICTURES made C
In the State, go to Celn
113 Mclee Aveunereenville, B. C 0
*li Crayon Portrait~s a specialty
A pril 7-y.(3
L. C. TlIIORINLEY.
HAGOOD & THORN.LEY BROS.,
Easley and Pickens, S. C..
Carriages, Buggies, and 85addle IIorses, at -
g~ Your patronage solited.
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years experience .1 Gaduate f rm firat
.Schaools- tuder patronage of hilghest Medi
eal authority, iinkes and properly adtjulsts
any ,tyle Spectacles. Oillee over D)r. Ad
dison's Drug Store, (G1reenville, 8. C.
.June 28, 1894..'
Clark & Cooper, M
IAarbic and iranito MonunQiont,
VOMJUSTONES, of every description
Also. MANT10L'TS, STPATIUAlY, VASES
and Wroughlt Iron FEN CiNG, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19, '91.
Bepairing of aill kinds(1 of Saws
J. C.;1 M auld in, P roprieter.
- - -
ia~IE Mxsss MKAY
H-as just oponed1( all Jlateststylos of
Fall and Wioter Miner.
At the lowest possil~o pricos. t
Main Stroot, Groozrm1ln R C a.
A pril 19, 1894.
WE PAY 0L
For HIdes, Beesw. ; s
WE sell hiarness I
Kips, Calf Skins, She,
Loather, Hino Strintes.
et your Spring
p so you call
o Summer is
iv North buy
ig every day.
hatt over, and
ilow you the
E STORED! "NERVE. XEEng';
Wor in Generaive Organs of ci' s.'i.erx cvotq
ra'ors, excesI'o utiP of tObacco oI 'i or suim
y, 'Xonsuuaitonor livinnt C'am lo -nrrca it;
'or~., ~y 1111im-ejl. Kvith it%-.~ ortier wo
S DitU STORIE, (Ene ey tain.)
Will of'er their entIre line of
BLACK DRESS GOODS I
kt greatly reduced prices.
Ptnrietta4 at. $1.2-2, $1 .18, .98, ...2, .34,
.19 ecets ~; former prices $1.50. $1.35
25, .85, .60 and .25 cents.
'ashmeres at 70, 62, 50, 374. and 19
ts; former prices $1.00, 85, 75, 60 and
and 65 MaIn Street., Greenivlle, 8. U.
(Next door~ to National Blank.)
P. S. Butterick Pat terns.
FOR THE PHOLKS.
I~er'e's the wvay it is:
PLOW GEA R$,
"V' fe1i, h kIhose't~-You dJO the
SAY MY FRIENS ?
The Gold Bugs and Dead
e getting the~ best of mec
>w, so I am~f comnpelled to
low all of my honest-cus
mers to help mo by settling
~~ P~isan do ino