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The People's Journal.
Miss Lena Bowen is visiting
friends and relatives in Greenville.
J. P. Carey, of the Pickens bar,
is in Augusta this week, on busi
Trial Justice Bramlett is busy
issuing warrants against delinquent
poll tax payers.
Snider Price, son of W. R. Price,
of Eastatoe Township, is critical
ly ill with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Field were
in town Friday and were the guests
of Mis. R. A. Bowen.
There has been very little guano
hauled through town as yet. Our
farmers cannot stand the price
with cotton so low.
Married by Rev. I. B. Jones, at
residence of Riley Sutherland, in
town, James Griffin to Lila Alex
Pickens County is getting on a
boom in the way of government
distilleries. Two will start w)on
near Easley, and two near Pick
It was Friendley Chastain and
not Friendley Cisson, who died at
the county poor house last week,
as reported to the JOURNAL ind so
An exchange asks: "Should
ministers smoke?" We suiplos
they should be allowed that priv
ilego here, as they are not expleted
to be exposed to it "in the sweet
bye and bye."
Joseph Hen dricks was bound
over to the court of Sessions lnst.
Friday by Trial Justice Slaiton to
answer to the charge of assault.
with criminal intent on Miss Jose
Dr. Riley preached Sunday
morning and e% ening at the Pres
byterian church. A large cougre
gation attended the services and
Dr. Riley treated them to two ex
Testimony in the Moorian .Lati
mer contest case will be taken in
Easley on the 2nd of April. The
managers of the federal election at
Easley, Liberty and Central have
been summoned to appear as wit
Tha dispensary is booked to get
"full" next week. W. L. Jenkins
has about finished up his part of
the contract and Dispenser Baker
hah already placed his order with
the State Dispenser, and the same
has been shipped.
Don't let the reported rile in the
price cotton fool you into planting
.a big crop. It is done for that very
purpose, and heretofore it has suc
ceeded, thus keeping the price
down. Plant more "hog and homn
Any and live at home."
What ab~out THE JOURNAL now?
'We are turning out a much neater
and a better paper, having more
current news, and the advertise
ments are set with some artistic
effect and style now. Taking it
*altogether. "aint she a hummer."
Dr. Samuel J. Hester, formerly
cf this county, died at his home in
Becca, Spartan burg County, on the
24th instant. He was about forty
years old and had been a constant
member of the Baptist churc h since
hiia youth. He leaves a wife and
- one child to mourn his death.
Mrs. Willimnon, daughter of J.
.M. Garrett, of Prater's, and wife
of John Willimon, who lives just
'on the outside of town, on Mv. Jo
~ah Mauldin's place at what is
known as the "Hunt house," has
been very low with fever but is ro
ported a little better at this tinme.
The South Carolina Presbytery
will meet in Liberty on Tuesday
before the 2nd Sunday in Aprii.
Rev. Samuel Wilson, of Abbeville,
will preach the introductory ser
mon. J. E. Boggs was elected
Sunday by the Presby terian
church in town%, as a delegate to the
-One of C. T. Hutchins' mules
got away from the driver as he wns
about to hitch to a wagon Satur
day and was plaving a rouaind.
While runn:ng at full speed, ,I was
t-'ip1)ped(in soe way and th ro wna
agamast a tree breakinlg im~ basek.
It had to ho killed and M r. Ilutcha
ins has lost a valuable an inhal at a
very busy Season of the year.
Mr. P. A. Porter was tearing
down an old buildmng laat week
and mounting the plates lie pro.
coeded to priz+ off the gable ends15
Swhen one of thenm gave way, fall
ing on him and knocking him to
the groundl, bruismng his thigh and
leg considerably. After a wenk of
confinemenat to the house h~e was
able to be on) the streets of Pick-.
enis last Monday.
On our in~side pages this week
we present a neat and attractive
double half-column advertisemenit
of Dreifus & Co., Greenville's pop.
ular now clothiers. They are the
only clothing merchants in that
hustling city that are patronizing
the columns of THmE JOURNAL and
eur readers should boar this in
mind when they go to p~urchase
their spring clothing. Aside from
this Dreifus & Oo. live up to their
motto of selling goods cheaper
than ano other house in the Pied
See change of ad. of T. Di Har.
Dr. Riley has been among hit
Pickens parishioners for several
days this week.
Mrs. S. J. Garrick, of Need.
more, is visiting her sister, the au
ditor's wife, this week.
Treasurer Youngblood finished
Tuesday issuing executions againsi
delinquent tax payots..
Lawrenco Shields, of Carthage
N. C , a salesman foi: Alexander
Bros. and Co., 6f Greenville, died
of heart disease OL last Sunday in
that city. . His remains were seni
home for interment.
Dr. J. R. Riley will be at thi
Reunion church, near Boggs' moun
tain, on next Sabbath (the 5tl
Sabbath in Marol,) at 11 o'clock
a. i., and will prea-ich it that tif<
and place if the way be clear.
The Twelve Milo musical iisso,
ciation will meet with Praten
Creek Baptist Church, the fifti
Sunday in March at 10 o'clock, lel
every body come and bring thij
books and dinners, as a good sing.
Ing is expected.
Miss Essi. Earle came homo.' laist
Friday evoning from Chicora Col.
loge, on a short visit, and was giv.
on a sociablo by her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. G. W. Earle, that night,
Several of her friends were thore
to welcome her.
James Stephens had his mule tc
lie down and diO last week. Ti i
falls hard on Mr. Stephens, at t h is
time of the year, as the farmnorF
are so behind in their crops. Hc
has gone to North Carolina. we
understand, to try and purchasE
The auditor nats forwarded the
returns of the various townships
to the board of assessors of eacl
Towinship to be passed on and re
turned to his office by or btfore th(
4th of April, as the county boar(
will hold its annual meeting in the
auditor's office on that day.
Seo the law card of Morgan S
Robinson, they have formed v
partnership for the practico of law
In Pickens county. All businesi
entrusted to them will recev(
prompt and faithful attention.
Mr. Morgan is well known in this
county and will be pleased to meel
his friends. He expects to attend
each session of the courts in thi
Cox & Seigler have a changE
of their advertisement this week
read it and if you want an3
thing in their line at manufactur
er's prices, now is the time to buy
Some of their goods haye beet
slightly damnaged by aire and th<
whole stock is offered at manufac
turer's prices. Excelsior stovE
which has been selling for $16, cai
be bought for $12.
There was a little fight at Mourn
Carmel last Sabbath. A Mr. Hen
dersem of North Carolina, and Ma
Bower freeman p~assed a few blows
but they were not near enough tt
theO ehurch to disturb any one
Freeman rather put it on the ta
heel.-Easley Correspondent (
The Mt. Carmnel people wantsi
dietmectly understood that tht
above difficulty did not occur a
their church, but are informed tha
it occurred in the neighborhood o
W. A. Stewart, son of 'Squir,
Steowart, of this plne, was robbed
knocked on the head, his throt
cut and left foxi dead, one nigh
last week, by a band of robbers al
Blacksburg where he was nigh1
telegraph operatLor for the SoutLh
ern R. R. Co. He had just taker
charge and it was his first night or
duity. The gash in his throal
was al 3ut four inches long anm
hiarely mnissed the jugular veini al
one side and the wind pipe at ti<
other end of the cut; there was ar
ugly gash ont the side of his heat
wvhere lie was also struck. His fa.
ther andl mother visited him thE
next day andl found him dloing as
well as could be expectedl ; he camr
home Saturday. His wounds are
doing nicely. There has been fsay
oral negroes arrested on suspicion.
Ther was at tOro brok''n inito( thior(
the samie aight.
Our town was~ visitedl by Dr.
Scofi..h's museum1 sho51w last week
:au id :t raietett a conside-rah'in crowd
0Guan. haaulinlg has be(en' the rage
with the farmers the past51 two wooki
t.hn Slahtown' Allbance crowdl tqk
ing five ca r loaids o f acid anid cot.
tont seed meal.
Tlilo plows are stan~dmtg waiti ns
for driy weather.
Peach bilooms1 in town.
Sweet p)otato 8se(d are in grea
So far ats we have heard Libterta
did not tako a very large stock i
the forty convention and the qjiuas
tion is how many did and( hov
many more cares a fig a 1,000 fo:
it? It seems most of the peo~pb
are attendinig to their own busintesi
and will vote as they please5 whei
the time comes. Who is it aftel
Cuffy and the poor illiterate vhiites
with a pitch forkay ytin
to disenfranchiise thor ay, It yi11
reformers we know. C.
Do you suppose that the wort
would be as wicked as it is if Sa
tan was so indolent in doing evi
as many Christians are in doing
FREE TO JOURNAL READI2S
Tin JOURNAL is anxious that its at
scribers should have the adval.tt
of every good thing going. W
this end in view we have aran
with The Hosterman Publishing C
of Springfield, Ohio, for a supply
yearly subsoriptions to their gr
monthly, " The American Fa
News," which will be presented Fii
TO EVERY PAID IN ADVANCE subsc
ber to TiE JOURNAL.
Spring goods arriving! Zep
yrs, Nun's Veiling, Muslir
Lawns, Percales, and Novelti
in Dress Goods. Trimmings
match. Full line of Gents Fu
nishing Goods. Five papers
Needles for 5 cents-good 1
any. J. M. RAMPEY,
Easley, S. C.
''Iier , you would niot I link so, Il
yVIy 1. . propotioll of di'eases iI N<
York, ( .mIs from cart-eessness abo
catchillg old,"- s:ys Dr Cyrus Ed-c
,It. is .tlnh :1 simpe rin.IIIg aid so co11mm
h r ew ateopIe, n s %t 1. is a en
of imeii; onh t pa attnton T ere a
1 greaitt in II (st's of eIt:jrrh atil cc
14u111ption u hich halve their or-Igin in) tl
Iii'giert of It ie sliiinpl pre .1ant lon of eve
clay lie. Th'le Inlost senshidle advice
wh yot haitve onle. get rid of it as sol
It 'os-ih-' Br t i Im Ins do not I(
'"i .'' :. r, )t. dsoit dost not tell
liIIwv to''a' :1 1 l-( htr we will. Ti
r al h 't- igs, 3ad xpIIetoration, oi
Itse a-~ lols Ian(] soot ef1'fet a perty
11011t Cure. 25 Ili 50 cent botties I
Dr. ( W. Ear'e, 1'ieke-s; C.
N- - : a,.. & 01
.1 1i -. ; lin te & i i.' [1h &rt ;
'tt Ist RI.1 ti .It i I II Ii p I . i noip
-er avill me-trat Pik nyr.
I fr te pu-posea o:,i exaini
s ".nlc a-ts frCou nty 1. JTcacheop
Cnerii cawn drugeis. . If 0eM
low.l. form r- i melml bs At thmmf, I
) nll Aa .,v -I v I- to- 1 hie (!, .htl onII I
a pp..ti n.- With all he onhl do bem e
nlot IIIt Oil1 (f it no1tili h1-nlplie-l i -hamI)
otnN quesinsfrn. ishedly aSthr
Bardiatm of xin, ers. , an ln
inle he - lf the f-o olH
IrInhI- Spell...Ig, Redi
iti, , A. e - tc .. Iey
"nrs G.-aieker C. N. e
t. ray,; I1h11. 810:m. & Co., Port (I
Colinter & a, oethe L .nit
The, County Board of Exan
ners will meetlat Pickens C. I
on thie 19th day of April, 18
for' the purpose of exanmini
applicants for County Toache1
Applicants will be examin
on questions furnishied by Stq
Board of Examiners, and m
include all the followil
branches,: Spelling, Readin
Writins, Aritheetic, Algebi
English Grammar, Literatui
Geography, History of SOU
Carolina and of the Unit
States, DrawingPhysiology a
Hyg1in Street, GEthille, E.
mnl ts f 7oa uiEee
of Agriculture, aknd ofedagog
t istii Calf Skins, he.kn,
Lethe the Strigi any amc
t GOWED & BOODETT
x1894 Behind Us.
We close the hard time year, 1891. First, by thanking
af1 our palrons ; we are itankful to every one; we have tried
. Y to do our duty to all, and very time giving thet
n. $1.00 WORTH FOR $1.00.
ke We bave done a lare business; (big business.)
I Notwithstanding lie hard tinamo, w: hvar from every
side, wo have been favu c with tiany n-w e isto'cts Anud
the Id ones have beci kiwt in Ii. wh -ili is -umfl~cient cvi
or deuce that. we are on the side wi'h go. !, and prices.
We announced ir- "li Proi, .Tot' oNAi, several
.weeks Ago, that we 11 (1 . , unaloa " r i-111menis1 stoak, t't.I
,annIIeI; n)lief. Ow -' , 1f TI -."I' -- 0wh werr inl watit
Of S A12-, a ad such a - 1 pede ir in e ( 1 t11 ha iever oc
curred belore When i --se paoo.i. V.11111 1or Shots theV
bought th, in Am our P, --es in 1 .)m d w'r., I iigi' 'ehor'..
wais 110 l)o.tng around tiimkinig ) iy colltit 'to bett ' Onr
Prices and 3oods didi the work.
We begin the* New V, ri with new zeal tick1 di by every
h - avatitage kiotwn to the tr:de; wi., our )w Factory behind
irt us outr stock will be largtr and Prees Lower t htan ally house
in Greenvillo. "
Hloneat, Goods and t. value fr the money drives away
00 -all hard times.
JAS. M. & E. B. DICKSON,
Sept 24, '94
maiWe are Now in Our1
I NEW QUARTERS,
AND ARE 'lEADY FOR OUR
S'pring -:- Trade!A
We have in our stock the fvllowin'r g~oods and you wvill find
~r- that we are LOWER IN PRICE and better in grades r
than any house in the city.
Men's Suits from $2.50 to $20.00. '
Men's Pants from 50 cents to $5,o0. E
Youth's Suits from $2.oo to g ro.oo.
Boys and Children's Clothing from 75 cents up.
We have a full line of Car
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
yCall and see our N egge Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
e Fllline ofRfsWaterhouse Neckties for 5o ets.
ng A Dandy line for 25 cents.
Oc Full line Boys' Shirt Waists from 10 cts up.
Remember our motto:
"Satisfaction Guar; :eed or Money Refunded."'
Mii Call and Examine Our Goods,.I
DREIFUS & Co., A
THE NENJ CLOTHIERS
Qreenville, S. C.
I I~e andI
Now is the thne
wearl them beforc
Our Mr. Jones b
ing our Spring an
and goods ate aI
we willimake itLt
call on us befor
Call, and lot
Goods ever broug
Yours very tr
faI'""* i r ona
r n d 1 0 am k o
,)88.( vriti n a s nd o n
,lrmi twisti. A k (or I.. till
A1 I."') 1 inlt wralpaur. Artro.
For sale In I'ekons.8. C., by I. KILtK:
ome of our Goods linvo been
order to disposo of thei,
Our entire st(ck at M
Call early and obtain
And everything els
134 Maini Street,
I. A. MOROAN, T. C. d nINSON,
lreenaville, S. C. Picker~., S. C.
MORGANT & ROBINSON,
Attorneys at Law,
IWPractice in all Couirts. mnehau8tf.
BOGGS & MAULDIN,
feb28m(; Plekene, S. C.
R I tOI~itT'l KIRKSI-Y,
Physician and Surgeon,
SMain Street, Greenville, S. C.
Jan. 9, '92 y
.ce's Drug Store.
If y'ou want the finest. PICTU' iHES made(
113 Mc lee Avem GreenviU l lle II, S. C
g& Crayon PortI raits a spcially
pril 7-y. -
[AG00D & THORNLEY BROS.,
Easley and Pickens, S. C..
riages, Buggies, and Sal(e4 Ilorses, at.
PRACTICAL AND BCIENTIFIC
i yVeaIrs experience. (Graduat i froma first
0018s- unde~ir pattroinage of haighest, Medi
authority, miaike and p~roperly adljulsts
style Spectacles4. Ofilener D *Ir. Ad
on's lDrug Store, Greeuivi lle, 8, (.
une1( 28, 18941.
E CLAHIK. GEO. E. COOPER
(lark & Cooper,
Madb1 ad im~ite MonwnQnts,
BI1ISTONES, of every description
Iso. MANTIErLS, STATUARY, VASES
Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
ept. 19, '91.
s just opened all latest styles of
all and ~Wter ilnery.
At the lowest possible prices.
lain Street, Greenvillo, S. C.
Lo get youtr Spring
CL Up so Yon canl
1 ,thc Summer is
'lnow North buy
A Sununer1"j Stoec,
riving every day,
er than ever,3 an1d
M yourainteresit [to
1H show you " te
of Novelty Dress
it to Greenville,
~ TOR ED! r egg
k, Weak MN , oi of uirai
j - t rjn of cithor Ox calused
rn ', ~ iit t t ba~ceo .0t:m or Un.
slightlydaimged by fcir. In
we have deided to offer l
a1 bain A $1 1 0.00 yfi~..I
3 Cut ill pLOporltiOll'
Or e1'ENVI1,1 N, S. C.
FOR THE PHOLKS.
liere's the way it is:
IRI18IT PO TATOES,
P LO G'.ls,
We furnish thewse -- ou doth
mecans so nmuch r~
Don't play wiu 6~ix
greatest gift-he h
IIb gi t onc IAn. I
B ters. A fe bot,
Dyspepsia, KIiney and L~te
Neuralgia, -Troubles, "
Constipation, Bad Blood ~
Malaria, Nerv'ous allmeto,
Wcmen's comnplainte -
Get oty the genuine- it h.'c cr'on~ red
nues on I ite wrappelr. All otr m - ut
sties. On receip)t of t We *e vtatopWwe C