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The People's Journal
Dr. R. Kirksey is prospecting i
F. M. Morris wont to Alabam
last week on business.
The rains Sunday did muc
damage to the lands just plowo<
J. E. Boggs, Esq., is attendin
the Presbytery at Liberty as a del
egate from his church.
L. R. Durham is hauling th
dispensary supplies from Easley
and Mr. Baker will begin to offe
the goods for sale next Monday.
W. F. Austin, dentist of Sonoc
will be in Pickens on the 16th in
stant, and will remain a few day
for the practice of his professioi
A. R. N. Folger, formerly o
Easley, is now in Greonville wit
Messrs James 1. & E. B. Dicksoi
where he will be pleased to see hi
H. E. Russell, of Easley, he
graduated with first honor frou
the Atlanta medical college. TH
JOURNAL congratulates Dr. Russe
and wishes him success in his pr<
The Pickens Rifles met in th
court house Saturday and adopte
by-laws and aconstitution. Aft<
the meeting a squad drilled on tlh
square and acquitted themselve
Married, on Sunday morning
April 7th, 1895, at the residenco c
the bride's parents, Mr. Blufor
Smith to Miss Bettie Clements, a
of Pickens enint-y J. M. Stewar
not hi al
' u .aturday an
AAL o erm no to
large congre tion. He hasrocav
-ered his strength and health, an
will be prompt at his churches a
Treasurer Youngblood and Au
ditor Christopher are getting thei
books and reports ready for th
annual settlemen t with the coip
troller general, who is expected t
ms for that purpose abou
Chriatopher will get
95QO a year, the amoun
allowed by the State, and no addi
tional compensation is provide(
for the work dond for the county
as has been customary in this couni
ty and is still in vcgue in near]
all the other counties mn the Stat<
>ers of the p~ensiol
a day, for 8 days mi
.cod to $2 a (lay fo
irecent meeting C
oard, they decided t
the legislature gav
tnein uer pay. It takes at leas
four clays to perform the work re
quired of them.
J. C. Jennings roturnedl frou
~Charleston Friday, where ho ha'
been as escort to Elliott Stauisehl
who wvas under a seal sentIence
Although it read for six mnonthi
Mr. Stansell was fortunate enoug:
in prevailing on Judge Bramwley t
change it to twvo months in th~
Pickens jail. The same good Iue
came to J. M. Chapman, who wa
there at the same time, in charg
of J. M. King.
W. B. Allgood, who lives 3 mile
wvest of town, was in Liberty Fri
day and met with a serious acci
dent. His mules were f righitenle
by a trabam of cars and, in attempt
ing to run away, upset the wagol
b)0d, Mr. Allgood being thrown ou
under the wheels and run over
He was carried home Saturday an<
is still suffering from his injur1ie
but they are not thought to b
Mrs. Elizabeth lRackley died a
her hom j near Nine Forks churel
(Ducuss ille township) on las
Saturday evening, the 6th instantf
at the advanced age of seventy
eight years. She was for man
years a consistent miembler of th
Baptist church. The funeral ser
vices were conducted at Nine Fork
church, by Rev. E. J, MullinaN
and the remains were then in terrca
in the Samly burying ground b
the side of thmose of her husmdan(l
'The deceased was a sister of Jlosopi
Looper, Rev. Thomas Looper01 an<
Jorro Looper, whIio res idesC tw
~miles -est of Pickens.
.J. H. Paxton, Esq., Ex-Repna
sontative of Tfraniyvaia~i counii
(N, C.,) passed through trown hIa
T1uesday, on his way to Con tra
Mr. Paxton was one of thme jurynme
of the e~uperior court of that comn
ty, which convened at Brovard la.
week, and ho mnforms us that th
indictments against .J. B. Chapmam
jr., were all nol prossed, excep)t it
assault and1 battery, with intent t
kill', on then person of Mr. W~hii
mire, ahd mn this case he was ser
tencod to ten years in the penitor
tiary. V. B. Powell, who it som
was the ring-loader, wvas also ser
tonced to ten years, and L~on Rol
inson an~d Farm Revis, who woi
aloinpilicated, receivod eight an.
sxyears im the penitentiary, rt
spectively. Chapman, Robinson
and Revis, turned State's evidenc<
against Powell, and their sentence
were lightened two years, each, re
spectf ively. Link Masters receive
four months for larceny. Thisi
the way they do business in tm
Mrs. BOtsv Rickley iH:g t'd
to dio, sh1 has beei i I for -,oIo
Mirs. Maiy Locw pr a ( daugh te.r
n are improving.
Mliss Botti ChiidIre is i inprov
a in s1owly.
V. 13. Loop"e Cr kiled.1 I groli
hog on his gato post Frida.1v 111n
in~g. Ho0 h1ad com e (u Lt oenhn
Wo heard t lie wh i p *orwi a
tho first of April.
Corti planting i Ht: -rd,- to'
0 If turnip seed had not o
failuro so, we could luul jl. ni
r ad~ od T(- Ei,- '\> N :d
som0t Oggs for laslI . u' a -
ry thing wouild h~e n
s We havil't Iny 1'11'
11ou c t his t illi', 1)11
Tn11 JouRlNAL I' (m.' , \
ago. 1 linv ' \ au\ s J_
1-1r. J. E. 1 ;II1 ima ri -
>sophonlo Ili"' on a !lI h
s twoll tv-,o bi lii j
Mtr. Roswell l ii'i . v ' -
S I havk h!m I h! hav'.V
onl top idf the hI;, n!1
rm Lewis Alil:'..1\
011 la t Tumin n
e 'J1li Sc1.. I \' 8 n -
It fodH ta 2 to'h!
rwaIs hail on the gi 14aan
eThe stonvs wereh
sWhole eart 1 h was eo -!
oie inch dop ilM h: !
very OXtell'.iv'. ld w
h damage save t,)
aire plalnting. ::I:
Al rs. Elizabh !
goroisly ill t11 lit. 1' I
-Forks church. T~..
1 Looper, her bert? hi
at this wee( k. .\ 1w 1
-at her bedlsi~b..:n n
1J. S. Barker. of1 Cuibonnm
s A cold wavl. ru Icwk 1 1 h
noSday, 111l onm Thuri l n
_ the therilm oeter re"":!.-A i
grees abovo zoro.
l lo f I ul e t a1.1 c2,I
ing ine p'o rter'. ''I . i
n1ot ho lacking inc h n d hI i i4 l
t Prof. J. M1.Lom n
Nineo llorks4 la'w San'd
N o I .~ ; la : i. , 1
splendlid Singing. whr.
to eniploy a gcd M a,:b
sie teacher I 1wfiev I h n4
for themiselvos tIni t '
Peter's Ciee- 1nd n
churches now havl b
SSunday school. thi
mlornhing and( t he ha
- plies the pulpit 441 1 b
r W\e se' an1iher .~~
I oil fert~u'e
iii reclientl, na
3Sd leat es \\ Iil -
I (l v 'lt i~I l
Woe doPu ..b
all: ti111: <:
I lwye (f'I' ge t 1
ari iti ha
go. 14Y 1u': n
fie ll t 'e vill -iH ' I ' i i'i1
MR.isoi E inon:
1 e aJ flw0 !n. .sjhi ici
al. our legi .
iol'I i lueni wer ,~' * ..4
iyard. They w4 -'. *
* ta, ree vilel;n
w JreIaft'1 < 11 I d b
C ilf o~ d iai h l
all41 *'1 ou lae tillIs I
. came)1 by ih in sido
9 11ames(T lihinsonii and11 ' i.
LI arot visiting.)V hisiY m cb'. M~C.'
ir am s . rill.yr.
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rHE BIG RAI.LROAD WRECK STCCK!
.'ow for the Bargains.
[ever Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
aw 10 Car Loadsl of Goods.
S2O,OOO -.- WORTH.
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
1(),000 Yards Lawns and Ginghams.
10,000 Yards Shirtings and Sheetings.
1,000 Suits Clothing for Men, Boys and Youths.
Tluie hundred dozen Shirts.
M II ndred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five I lundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Hose,
'Pvo Thousand paiirs Best Shoes, all kinds.
Sixty-Five Hundred pounds best Plug Tobacco.
ILariIge lot Smoking lobacco.
L.jarge Stock M iinery Goods,
Thousands of other things cannot mention here. Come,
or the BIG SALE is for yoi
J* 1&E B.DICKSON
GREENVILLE, S. C.
WWe are Now in Our
AND ARE READY FOR OUR
Ve have in our stock the following goods and you wvill find
that we are LOWER IN PRICE and better in grades
than any house in the city.
Men's Suits from $2.50 to $20.00.
Men's Pants from 50 cents to $ 5,oo.
Youth's Suits from $2.00 to $r o.oo.
B~oys and Children's Clothing from 75 cnts up.
\Ve have a full line of
lats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Call and see our Neglige Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
Full line of Rufus Waterhouse Neckties for so ets.
A Dandly line for. 25 cen)ts.
. Full line Boys' Shirt Waists from 10 ets up.
temember our motto:
"Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded."
ffiir Call and Examine Our Goods.
DREIUS & Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
Creenville. S. C.
Now is the thne to get your Spring
Goods-mako them up so you can
wear thom belore the Sumnbr is
Our Mr. Jones is now North buy
lug our Spring and Stnimer Stock, 0
and goods ar0 arriving wery day.
Goods aro Cheaper than ever, and
No will make it to your interest. to
call on us bofore puIrheasing. We
guarantoo quality and prices.
Call, and lot uts show you, (te
handsoiest line of Novelty Dress
Goods ever brought to Greenville.
Yours very truly,
JONES & GARRISON.
The Plums StilDrop
For tie past week our sales have been so satisfactory we are
encouraged to shake the hush again.
You cannot afford to iniss our store inl iking your Spring
purchases, if you do you will not have shopped visely.
SILKS! 144 NiI, I I SILUIS !!!
This is the gre'a test; Silks seasoln that has ever struck this
country, and we Iu-e certainly in the swim.
Endless varit y of all descitios.-Krinkle silks, Tffetas, Indin
in black and colors, Vashi silks in ncat little stripes and checks in
all colors.-A few patterns of that 27 inch 50 cents swivel silks in
plaids for 25 cents:-- I. lot figured silks in all shades for 21 cents;
-Our stock of plaid silks in surah weaves for 75 cents are great;
-Genuine wash silks in ercrai, 33 inches. for 75 cents;--.'rim
ming sills in colors.
A W rrt1 T t 1 r1sE. GoOns nuYl.V:ns.
\Ve ba'e he-onI hllh the inost, care'ully selected slock we have ever
shown. It will nehualy make you 'eel younigr to look tlirough our stock.
So full of t'resh new weaves in all the new spring shades with the latest and
correct triminigs to innteh.
A nothecr shil mnit of th at '8 1n pilily of I s inchI sO rah serige, ina black
and( naivy, for 05 cents I Iot. -10) inch wool' goods I rt 2: .ints. -I lot light
aill wool mixtures -in inch lor :V- cents. -I lot spring~ novell is :N in:h for
'2n cents. --Anythinig you desire f'or .i stylish skit. *--W 'Vai '. touched
on blac0k goods. M~lore of' that 50) cents .<-erge for. :1n am :;u (cents.-- -Ml the
latest Linings, Fibre, Chainois, I Iai r Cloth, C'rinrolette, I inst~le Clothi, eto.
Umbrellas and Parasols!
You can wailk in the slimde of ani amlI silk l 'arasol fo w s cenits, regular
price *1 .25.--Best 28 inchi lUmbrella onl foyl of (lilt for 8. --We enn save
you 25 perP cent. in this <depart~ment. Our stock is iniese.---D on't forget
our Wash G.oods stock, its as piretty as a flower gardeni.---Embrwoider'ies, Lac
es, etc. Rosectfuilly,
J. H. MORGAN & BRO.
Creenville, S. C.
P'. 8.-- lore ( hillies at 4 centIs. \l ore Lawn is" at 21 cens. I caso, J rin kl(o
Gm gha uns atL 5 cents. Aniiother lot. ( ottLon ' mis G oiods at 5 centi s.
MANHOODb RESTO~) es4rfisld
ielrinI wruppor. A eotir o riVEmE (l', o .. 0In2'In OR eLina 1 nu
Frs l~ai Pcos, 8.0 I.. ,Ronhtsao. KIK H ' l in(10 S -~our..(cni-. I - .; *- I(i
H. . o~AN T (or. 61 pe oN , 6 olaIytia llI~.~' I~,~W
Gre vllS C. ien ~ris, S. to C. mit hu Pl~0ty.Sl b
I. ORGIAN & I ROI.it[NsON,
Attorneys at Law,
JUULIU.s 1. 11000s. TV. J1. MAUJLD[N ai'.i.iIH)'iie~ lj-afVl1i d
V~R 101 Ecal K anth'Y (Irit' uke an& properyajut
d1 on'sarug stre a e ville, s. ('.,
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an. ,''9Ay 8 CL lMK. O t0 19, '91.,E
Dl.1.P.yscRinE entStren Dea rs
Offce lhi esJce's.\lrin St re.el.7hUA
Mnteale , go8t91
D .J.Wt NOlROOD Denit.tDr TOMS O St, Po very descion
88) Alainudo, au Street, reenville, S. C.atlruh rnINCNGevle
Anrl.y ,'2 - - Se p.-19 '91
D . J PI.'( ) I, C R I .E ,. DeIomntit Or C ha b rai'n. on k n i t e
Isic certainScure.for Chronir Soreisons&
I, ~' Gran uat Eyoe ds Sore Nipes, styles
Efayluywand ikst l'IC UoREtti ahos iniadeheehyco
dlinn ther. Statendliogo tory
lWh~e oel' Studio .tne uoweosstem aosid piges.n u'
Ca1iae3 Bgell Aene Grenle or, at loso MappetStre, rvtilso, eor .
e aonable rrats, kidneayty p srder19 a1894, rywoms iv
r.. e Tuo1.1:v w al~ cran curd for Cronicd ore. Eyes
~ Your atronae S~hL~tc~l.Cent8 pr paoag. Fr sale by drgist.1
TO ORS OWNRS