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The People's Journal.
Maj. J. J. Lewis is visiting in
Seneca this week.
PrItty cool last Monday and a
fire felt comfortable.
So far, more rain has fallen t
above Pickens than below.
The fish which escapes from the
hook seems always the largest.
It is thought that the cold has
not hurt the fruit or vegetables.
It is about time now for the news i
paper jokers to begin on the "sum- t
Mossrs. Isaiah Cox and P. Eu
gene Alexander visited Greenville
Mrs. D. W. Hopkins is visiting t
her mother, Mrs. Bellotte, of Cal- I
houn, this week.
When yon plant your "goobers"
put in a few for TBE JOURNAL force
to "chaw" this fall. C
Now is just the time to subscribe e
for THE JOURNAL. It is brim full
of news on overy subject.
J. P. Carey, Esq., is in Columbia e
this week on professional business I
bejore the Supreme Court. r
Mr. J. McD. Bruce has joined I
the order of wheel men, having pur
chased a fine wheel last week.
Send in the news from your see- c
tion of the county. It makes the r
paper interesting and people like t
to hear from you.
When you are in town call on
the editor and tell him the news
from your part of the coun try. He
is always glad to get it.
dif. McDaniel, who has
oeper at Ponder's dis
- oved to town and oc
? 3almer house. -
Strawberries are getting plenti- S
ful and our "devil" is waiting pa- a
tiently for some of the subscribers I
to send in some to the office. c
Miss Maggie Ferguson, of Need- I
more, has been visisiting her aunt,
Mrs. N. A. Christopher, and other f
relatives and friends the past
It was thought expedient to
change the day for the union pic
nic from the 18th instant to the
25th, allowing moro time for ar
Women's rights work well on I
seone farms. What would many a a
farmer do for cash if the wife did 1
not run the poultry yard and see e
to the butter?
ass in natural history be
I the difference between a
i tree, the head boy an-t
"A tree is covered1 e i' h
bark, while.a dog seems to be iini:d'
Our country friends are reques- '
tedL to romomb~er our adlvertisers ~
when they come to town to trade. 0
Look over the paper and keep 1
posted as to whom it is your. duty I
Editor Robinson is in the city of
Columbia this week, attending the i
meeting of the State Executive t
Comnnitee, and THliE .JOu NA is
do inlg the best it can uni der t ho s
Dr. J. F. Williams, of Liberty, t
was in Pickens last Friday. He
has been confined to his room for ~
several days, but is out attending ~
his practice again. Ho reports
come iderable sickness through his
Treasurer J. T. Youngblood loft
las Tuesday morning for a trip to I
Texas where he goes on a visit to
relatives. This is his first visit to o
the Lone Star State. Ho antici- t
pates a most enjoyable time, and v
will, no doubt, be well pleased with d
the trip. s
Leo Maxey, who lives on Ccl.r
Hollingsworth 's Major place, met
wvith a painful accident the other
day. He was riding a mulo and.
carrying a mattock, when, b~y some
means ho was throwvn to the ground 0
falling on the mattock. He was
struck in the chest, and his lunga -
are hurt. He is spitting upi blood.
Dr. Earle is attending him.
Lawrence Stewart, son of Carter I
Stewart, and formerly of this coun- ai
ty, died at his home in Peizer last v~
Siunday evening, May 12th, at fivo E
o'clock, of consumption, at the t
age of twenty-four years. lie 1
leaves a wife to mourn his demise. e
His remains were laid to rest at a
the >ld Stewvart burying ground, in e
this county, on Tuesday nAorningi
following his death.
Ferguson Bros., of Greenville,
are tip top followvs, allround, and ~
they know how to make their
friends "feel at home," wvh.n they
visit the city. W'e woero treatedi
quite handsomoly b~y them last
week, and they inisistedl that do 1
sample their cigairs and tobacco,
aLnd look at their flourg, so' we could
tell our readlers that they carried
the best selected I inc in that lace.
They have our thanks for their (
kind treatment, and by way of em- e
phasis, we will remark that their i
"El Magnifioo" cigar is the best e
50. article on the market today. (
Our smoking readers sho~uld pur
Table Mountain Notes.
4 R. E DITOR :
Still it rains.
Horse swapping and cotton s
6nd corn planting are the orde
he day here now.
We have rye in full head-rat
arly mothinks for rye to head
his part of the Ptato.
Sanitary condition of this
ion is "bon.s" par excellent,
he season-nothing except co
ieuralgia and a little toothach
omething for the local physic
n his office to do, as you know
it has been said that pu
oads are the great arteries of
lizttion. Assuming that to
rue, then neighbors, what of r
oads? Logically speaking r
0n(1s m- ould he the great Aortal
i j.:-t as the greatoc
or steamniship lines woild be
-reat hearts of civilization. TI
vhy not we Oolenoy valley po
>e more and moro civilized by 1
ating the extension of the C.,
a W. from Marietta to Hc
prings to intersect with the Pi
Us & Easley road at or near t]
ilace? This once completed,
hance of an extension on thro
o Brovard would be virtually ov
oio from tho fact that Brevi
n all probability will have (
romn Hendersonville before t
umner is ended, and will in
ry time of need lend a help
Land. Why sit we hore idle?
nust be up and doing. Our nei
ors at Pickens have been over
lio alert, using every availa
neans to secure a road from E
By to their town and when tha
Ince completed they will :
aerely be contented but will
heir utmost efforts and means
n extension to Knoxville. Fell
itizenB of the Saluda and
)olenoy valley, why not have
ailroad from Marietta I W:
ixteen miles of road in the gra
Id Palmetto State-State of Sol
larolina-will offer one-sixth
nducements or be as profltab
'here is none that will pay so w
i'his is no little railroad puff,
ard down facts and can be s
tantiated. Look at the Wilk
nd Mullikin factory shoals on I
ine I Look at tho numerous I
reek shoals for milling and ot
urposes, to say nothing of
inest timbers in the State, and
Auost and most granite rock in
Itate all right hero on this li
CDITOR PEOPLE's JoURNAL :
We wish to treat no one ,
njustice, and if you think we h
reated you unfairly, we hope
vill pardon; wo did not take
hought, until the mnanuscript
oft our hands. We accept v
~ratefulness anid highly appr
,te the courtesies that has Jj
xtended to us by THE JOURNAL
s said, law is founded on just
nd if so thme dispensary is aul
iii. Is it just, after the mjoi
f the pl~t)~O demanded proh:
iln. th-t thmey should lbe put<
- to drmivinmg out overyb<
L--. i u 'ld whiskey and( mon01
bizo t1&a vho thing. for the si
f ma k ing mmoney for itself.
laim) it 1s a bliot upon the p
f the history of South Caroli
nid tihe logislature of S. C. ti
niado the law, and I am not
yself by thousands in this 1)ol
'he legislature had just as y
ave passed a lawv prohibiting a
ody else from buIying cotton 1
lie State and appoint her age
i over tihe stato andl establisi
tanda rd price-thebre would( h
een no more injustice in it ti
le dispensary law. For tihe St
o become guardian of the poo0
nd say we will furnish you p
rhiskey, and after driving cv
thor out, put an extravagant pr
ni it, is, in my mind, very ridi,
>us and hurtful to the charac
f the State.
No, brother Chris, we don 't
ove you voted for the disponsa
But if wvo could see ourselves
thers see us," it wvould be, ma
Lines, to our profit. My attonti
as called to) your editorial on1
ispensary by another, which shc
mom one else believed, as we d
bat your editorial favored the ci
ensary. B. HOLDER
sabbatha school Mass MZeetingi
The program of the mass mec
>g to be held at the Baptist chui
n next Sabbath at 4 :30 p.* m.
The Superintendent, Rev. J.
towart, wvill begin tihe oxerci
y reading appropriate scrip~tu
fter wvhich there wvill be an
ross of teln mmliutes by Charles
tobinison. TPhon there will b)o
ddress by Prof. Hughes, of Orei
illo. The chlildlren of the Sabbi
chools are requested to ocoul
lhe front seats. The exercisesv~
>0 mlterspersodl with singing byi
ntire congrogation. 'l'h -re will
picnic of all the schools at Cle
nt,'s mills on Sat urday, the 2~
ustant. All tihe Sabbal)th Scho
nd Sabb)ath School workers.
ordially invited to attend
Married, May thoe 9th at tihei
don1ce of Mr. Jies J1ulian o(f I
>lace, Miss Stel la Clark'I to Mir. I
y McKe->, all of Ooonoo coIui
1ey. T. ~J. Rooko olliciati ng.
Call on J. M. Rampey for di
~oodls and trimmings, Laces
Emnbroidery-the latest sty
sood corset, 25c.; Men's g
~lastic shoe for $1.00; Lad
ongola shoe, $1,00; 251b brc
ugar, $1.00; 6lb coffee, $1
lents' furnishing goods.
J. M. RAMPEy,
Enale S. (
Several communicatione and ed
itorials crowded out.
Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pick.
eed ens from the 20th for a few days.
of It goes without saying that
Sloan's cooling drinks are thefinost
her in Greenville.
in Ferguson Bros., of Greonville,
have a change of ad. this week,
which you should roaid.
Ids, Miss Aurie Hollingsworth has
-- returned from a pleasant visit to
ian Florida and other points.
The Editor returns thanks to
lio Mrs. J. H. Newton for a basket
-iv- of deiicious strawberries.
be See changeo in the advertisement
%il- of Smith & Bristow, in this issue,
al- and when in Greenville call on
I of them.
)an Snow foil on the back Moun
the tains last Monday, and was plain
'on ly visible from Pickens last Tues
Ple daly mor111ng
The heart of the editor was made
K' glad by a box of large, luscious
k- strawberrios last week from Mrs.
J. ). Cureton.
Aho Thore has been a light frost
gh which has damaged cotton to some
er- extent-helping the farmers to get
trd it thinned out.
me Missos McKay, Millinory, has a
his change of advertisoment this week.
3v- Read it and call on them for goods,
oig at popular prices.
Wo Wim. Smith, the brick mason,
3h- of Easloy, is putting brick pillars
01 under the Presbyterian church,
ble and otherwise fixing it up.
as- The guns have arrived for the
18 Pickens Rifles, and some awkward
.ot maneuvering will next have to be
r9e overcome. "Shouldor arms."
or Misses Emma and Alice Finney,
Ahe two charming young ladies of
a Bowman, Ga., are sponding som1e
)at time with thie family of Rev. J. T.
ith Editor Bloggs, of the Sentinel,
the loft last Tuesday for Dallas, Tex.,
le? where he goes as a delegate to the
all. General Assombly of tile Presbyte
mut rian Churci, May 17-26. This is
A)- a pleasant trip an( will 1), no
ills doubt, greatly enjoyed by him.
his The Greemr illo News of last Satur
ine day comments on the increasilng ten
her dency in these )arts to raise and ship
tile fine cattle, and coitrasts the inferior
the quality of beef that we usedi to get,
the and it further remarks that lr. J P.
tle Charles siupped the day before to
Norfolk, Va., ten heavy, fat hogs and
twenty-eigit head of as line beef cat
ih tle as could be seen any where. Prob
iivO ably Pickens county was WELL repre.
sented i that bunch as Mr. II. F;.
OI Hendricks sold twenty-seven head
tA to Mr. Charles a few days ago.
ith Greenville is pushing right ahead
sci bnilding good cotton mills and as
ee Ebetter" men are at tile head of these
it enterprises, tile word fail is not dlownm
ice, inl their vocabulary. There are three
y.new mlills practically bumt-the first
ity one to let out specifications being the
bi.. Amerciicani Spinn Ring Company, which
lis the Sampson cotton mill, of which
>dy .1- U1. Morgan has been eleted lpresi
-dent. Thlis is goodi news to his nmany
ike friends in this and other counties, lie
We is an energetic, pushting, high-toned
gegentlemen, who will bring this en
a.terprise to a successful termination
and help to bmlld up Greenville.
by ~ -i ~
iof. 'l'li.n wil bI e a meet i ng of the
eIPickens Hileos at thle Court House
7-' Saturday aftternoonm, 18th instant,
>ut at four o'clock. Every active
nts mlember is expetod to bo' present.
a IIereaftor the rules and~ regulations
iv will be0 strictly unforced. Equip
Smonits for mopst of the company
ito have arrived, and a more lively in
ple terest is anlticip~ated. By order of
ire F. E. Cox, T. .J. MAUnLTN,
3ry Secretarly. Captain.
.means so much more than
ot.. you imagine-serious and
ch. fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
-Don't play with Nature's
.o greatest gift-health.
-If you are feeling
-F out of sorts, weak
f. andi generally ex
mi- andu can't work,
th Tngste most rella.
'ill A VIIBrown's iron Bit
oters. A few ibot
TI ties cure-benefit
lrS ver frs oeit
m... oon't stain your
111- LLL~L teeth', and~ it's
>thi pleasant to take.
hle Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
- ConstipatIon, Bad Blood
es.- Malaria, Nervous alments
his8 Women's complaints.
p., Ge1t only the geniuine--it has crossed red
t y, stltutes. on receipt of two 2c. stamps we
will send set of 'Ion Beautifut World's
Fair views and book-free.
BS fROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD.
-d~ A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY!
loff ~ liish Washer:s. I neveinrsaw anything, takon lke
in s a e lie jiie fr th y' ntsx tiy bu .
. will mnake 3.000h tuh year easy.
THE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCKI
Now For the Bargains.
Never Has Suoh An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
gW 10 Car Loads of Coods.
S200,O I WORTH.
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
10,000 Yards Lawns and Ginghams.
10,000 Yards Sbirtings and Sheetings.
4,000 Suits Clothing for Men, Boys and Youths.
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four Hundred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five Hundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Hose,
Two Thousand pairs Best Shoes, all kinds.
Sixty-Five Hundred pounds best Plug Tobacco.
Large lot Smoking 'lobacco.
Large Stock M linery Goods,
Thousands of other things cannot mention here. Come,
for the BIG SALE is for you,
J M1&El B. DICKSON
GREENVILLE, S. C.
WWe are Now in Our
AND ARE READY FOR OUR
We 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.oo to $1o.00.
Boys and Children's Clothing from 75 cents up.
We have a full line of
Ilats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Call and see our Negligee Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
Full line of Rufus Waterhouse Neckties for 50 cts.
A Dandy line for 25 cents..
Full line Boys' Shirt Waists from mo cts up
Remember our motto:
"Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded."
(tiir Call and Examine Our Goods,
DREIFUS &c Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIER8
Creenville. S. C.
ATS :. TI
After a close insp
JONES & 4
Have the Best an<
In Greenville, is the
When you come to Gret
pocket if you don't come to se<
Accept Now, and Look
It Is not every day that the readers of this
paper have an eye-opeiilg, ileteeith een
tury opportunity of this kI ind presertod to
themn. Ii not every day that the Empire
State Supply Company, of Atlanta, Geor
gia reachmesi out with ttelh a trio of bright
and w1inning hargaina. It is for a limit ed
time, and to introdunee merely a linio of bar
gain upplies Into every hiomiw in tis cotn.
monwealth aln advortisoment, for them
aelves by which the read er fortu iemS. Three
artcles only are offored to the readers of
the JounwAi an11(d the salo will he discontin.
ned at stated time. I1ere they ire. Read
Targain No. 1-CASH REGISTER, won
derful, useful, nimple, convenient, compact,
ornamental, and D,1vT1nF.) AT Vonlit Doon
for $2.00. Thilm of it! No imierchiant., no
bujliesj man shol b without. it. Time
is money, but why 1apenld all tho mioniey to
OConiomiIze) time? Save the greater mart
and buy a $2.00 Register. What oth ers
say you will nay. Read: "It is a plenanIMre
to look it it and see how lin1 it works"
"Beat article I ever u1ed"; "Times are
hard, change is scarce, but I must, iiave
one": That tells the story, Order TO-DAY.
"It will not be thus always."
BRB/ZAKS - TL
Mr. E. B. Clar k, of R~eedy River'.
LCook Stove wich has been in const
been keeping house 17 years and is
one was an Excelsier, butif cost her (I1
Mr. Clark says his old Excelsior wvill
daughter's third stove is burned out.
an Excelsior Cook.
SaiCrockery, Glassware, T1in ware,
at cost until further notice.
134i Main StreeCt,
'We will receive next week a nice
selected stock of Ladies aindn Misses
Hlats with Ribbons, Flowers, and
New Dry Goods and~ Shoes conm.
mng in daily.
Tihe best Grain Cradles and Grasm
Blades ever seen.
Side Harrows, Double Stocks am
other Farming Tools,
Groceries advancing-We havi
the best and our stock wvas bough
before the rise.
H~omespuds, P1laids, and~ Yarn
cheaper than ever.
Lots of Goods and but little money
I .McD. Bruce.
P'ersonms wh'o syimpalthImze wi th tihe i.
fueted will rojolce with I). E. Carr 'A
1235 IIarrisoni street, Kansasn City. i
ia an 0old suffehrer from Iiilaimmttory
ahieumat kim, buIt hs~ nIot hieretooro beenmi
tronbled In this climate. Last, u inter lic
venit up) initt Wicnsn amnd in conise
qjuecel hais lhad a no0t her atI tack. "'it samt~
upjon me a rini very acuite amid severe,'
lie said. ' M y joints sweiiled and becamt
Infilamedl; sore to toneh or~ almiost to 10011
at. Upon the uirgenit requmest. oft m11
muother-hmi lawv, I ti led Chaimberbini's Pair
Balm to reduce the swelling and14 ease th<(
pain, amnd to my agreeable su1rprise it dii
both. I have used t bree fifty-cent bottlei
anid believe It to b)e t~he linest, tiing fol
rhmeumatmsm, pamins amnd swellings extent
For sale bmy
1)r. 0. W. Earle, Plekemns; C. N. Wy
att, lNasley; lmall. Sl~oan,. & Co., Vort 11i||
hhimmter & Ioggs, 4Ibermly; L. R. IEaton:
ection, we fimd that
I Cheapest Stock of
verdict of hundreds
nville you will rob your own
DES UPON YOU.
Not Back Upon a Lost
Rargain No. 2-Think of a TYPEWRITER
for $1.00. Uit. so it is, rnov 11)10) you 01onm
AT ONCE. A liti)le Witintag 1itnachine w it-la
in reach of anybody. Doe.s tho work of a.
costly sartielo. A tritunplh of modern iI
vention. 'TheIo world's biuinesms to-day con1d
iot, he trantisneCte1d withlout themt1i, but who,
oh n 1o, is aile to pit ,100.007 D' on't do
it.. Blny at $1.00 macaahinae. A splendid in
vestiloent, for the merehian, Iawyer, miis
ter, st.ntltI, eetttary, Che o11me1 circle.
"It. is a goond thilag, hlao li.linah it, aong.''
Item-miher "we. PAY 'rnl. IrutICowr."
Ifargain No. 3-it. pizzlcs daniond ex
pera. Cai .von lte11 t fioi n the gemiin.?
'rry it, Itere it is: BRAZILLIAN DIAMOND,
it new av111 41 1-imrkling.ge-'n1. W ill set, inl
18 K s it 1t l Ii Iti i1 1ring, plu sh east', tnl
S141 .on, ciiAtm's e'U.:eArn, for 1.2?. Tho
bargain tf the se'aston. If not. 0ptit itn ,,.
:ar'ace itia I i(10.(K rinig, se-nd it batk, and
get .0o1tr Inolln0v an IIlatalge, too. 11t cquick.
tHefere'tna'es onI appIl~intion.
k'actor'y P'. 0., S. C., h.s an .Kxcelsjir
int use' 25 ye(ars. I [iS danlghIer haIs
mow~ usinag herI thiir' tl Nove. Neither
e priee a~o:sk for thie 10xcelsior' Cook.
bet c'(oking good biialsi , when his
WVe woutld be0 please'd to sh)ow you
Stoves andl all Ilo0useilurnishing Goods
& SEIG LER.,
OR~EENVIT4EE. M. (2.
MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY
Are you a Sualerer f:m 1lin tlammiiiatory
Fourten year ag, r was taken withtl
an1 tilceratli of I ho li ps, w hieb caused
me1 greatL an11xiety as! well ats sunl'ring.
Both lIIps were per~ifeci tly rw and1( very
pa n l , 1) m ar5)0 tig an dl I'( rnl i ng ll O t heil
fear's a.. to I to e tal. I t10ie tho Iwst ited..
ial eamt th1 le (cu ttry ad'ontled. andlt
v'a arlis raimedies tat t.friinds1 would pre -
scribe, but naothng huad any13 et~e't ont me
whuatever unjtil I trai ad Mirs. .Ii0e Ptersoin'st
Remedyul~ . I saw her' amii she tl mue she
hought 'he co)uld enrue mep. I I ried hier
Recmedyv last October, and my lips were'
soon1 perfectly enred( tatnd have beeni well
Ioivr since, I tol Ma's. Peont I woutld
pay' her' $50) If she wonli entec me, but she
said( no0, she per'ferrIed my13 luinlg hter
medlicine. I dhli so atnd w~outld unot tako
h~otereds of dllarts for wtvln.I its dotno
fot' tme. ,1. 5. IJ 1 P.
Ohambe~rain's E~ye and Sin Olntnioun
Is a certain canre for Charonic Sore Eyes.
Graniulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles,
Ee~zemna, Tfetter, Salt Rhenim land Scald Iead,
25 centa per box. For sale by drutggisto.
TO HORSE OWNERS.
For putting a htorso in a fine healthy con
dlition try Dr. Cady's C2ondition Powdiers.
They tone ai> the system, aid digestionl, cure
loss of appette, relieve constipation, correct
kidney <hsoa'ders and destroy w~orms, g.ivin
new hate to aan old or over worked horso. 25
centa per package. For salo by druggista.
A ladyv at Tlooley's, l,a.. was very' sIck
wiitlah hillonts eolie wheni 31. C. Tfisler', a
pr)tomtinentt. mner'hantt. of the towni gave
herct a hot1l1e of Ch~amberla'la it's G olle. Chtol
era and i Ii Dirrhooa RemedO~y. liet says shte
wat- well in fotty intes aifLtr talkinlg the
irst. alo-e. For sale' by
bar. C. W. Earlbe, P'ickotns; C. N.
N'. Wvait , Easley ; lbdl, Sloai, & Co.,.
Forl. 11111 ; lII ttera & Roggs. Liberty; L.
FnE TO JOURNAL READERS
Tu'n JounNAr. is anxious that its sub
scr'iber4 shIo~uld have theo advar.tage
of every good thing going. With
this end In view we have arianged
with The Ilostermnan Publishing Co.,
of Springfield, Ohio, for a supply of
yearly sulbscriptions to their great
monthly, " The American Farm
- News," which will be presented'FREEo
TO E~vERY PAID IN ADVANCE suibscri
her to Tim JOUnm~T,