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The People's Journal,
Notes from our Looper corres
pondent is unavoidably crowded i
The farmers are making every
day court, this pretty weather, in
Checker playing is the order of
the day no'W-too hot for pitching ]
The merchants are kept pretty
busy these hot days, fanning and
You might keep cool by reading
the accouts of the blizzards in
last winter's papers.
Our merchants have laid in a I
supply of fruit jars, jelly tumblers J
and sugar, for the big fruit crop. I
Misses Alma and Mattie Kay
are visiting Mrs. G. R. Shaffer, of
Princetown, Laurens county, this
See change of Harris's ad. He
has bargains all around. His 1c.,
5c., and 10c., baskets "takes the 1
J. E. Boggs, of the Sentinel,
caine in from Dallas, Texas, last
Thursday, refreshed and well
pleasdd with his outing.
Jas. W. Earle, living near town
has been confined to his bed for
several days the past week, but is
somewhat improved now.
When you need anything in. Mc
Fall's line call on him. He keeps
whatt you want, at rock bottom
prices. See his ad. in this issue.
The Pickonsites can now keel)
r, etc., at popu- 1
n tickots at a re
residence of J.
the 26th instant,
is to Miss
Whorter, N. P.
Dr. G. W. Earlo, assisted by 1
Dr. J. R. Gilland, cut out an
Epithelioia tumor of four years
standing off of the body of Thon
as Duke's wife, colored.
Harrison Rigdon has his distil- (
lery all complete and will begin f
running next week. Ben T. C
McDaniel has been assigned to du- (
ty there as store keeper and gua
Married at the residence of the
bri(le's father, on Little Eastatoe,
on the 2d instant, Mr. Clayton
Martin and Miss Ida Winchester,
all of .Pickons county, Rev. B. F.
T. J. Mauildin, accompanied
Misses Marie Huffman, Aurie Hlol
lingsworth and Hlortenase Mauldin<
to Greenville last Tuesday, and
returned to Easley that night
where the "light fantastic toe" was 1
tripped to the wee sma' hours. i
Moses Crewv, seventy-three years
old, a colored Methodist minister
wvell and favorably known through
out Pickens county, (lied at his
home on Pea Ridge side last Sun
day. H-e was a very humble man,
and wvas well liked by both white.
George IH. H-endricks came to
the show last Friday and ini acon-- t
versation, remarked that lie had' s
b)ought 15c wvorth of plug tobacco v
in eight years, andi then it was for (
anotner person. IHe always raises t
enough to (d0 him and have some
There is a movement on foot be- a
tweon the Pickons Rifles and the j
town to Pickons to raise a band <
fund for the Rifles. Liberal sub)
scriptions have been made by the
citizens of the town, and the effort
is receiving hearty support fromt
Samuel Edens, son of Warron '
Edens, dieud at his home on the
Oolenoy last Tuesday, of erysipilas.
I-e wvas taken with it in his arm,
last Saturday. It then wvent to
his neck and at last penetrated
his brain, causing his death. Sam
wvas about twenty-five years old, ~
and wvas well and favorably known
to many of our p~eople, especially
in Pickens, having wont to school
Treasurer Youngblood returned
from his trip to Texas last Satur- f
(lay evening well pleasedl. He(
found things in better trim and I
somewhat different from what lie I
expected. In Hill and Ellis coun
ties, in which he spent most of his
time, he found them laying by
their corn; cotton wvas not as good
as expected, wvhile he did not see
over fifty acres of wheat in the
State, oats being sown almosti ex
Troots Bros. showv caine to town
last Friday, but had a small crowd,
on account of our mountain far
moer friends expecting to see them
perform at King's 01(1 store, but
their advance agent changed his
mlindh after hie left Pickens and
billed them for High Falls for
.Saturday. Thme performance was
Wood in every particular-tighi Land
:slack rope walking, trapos3 acting,
~song And dance acts-all very
.good, They gave two perform
.ances her and the audience
:seemned to be well satisfied with
athe time spent munder thme canvoss.
~Tf they ever come this way again
fim ein will anve a large andianne.
As I have not . seen, any thing
from this section for some' time.
[ will give you a few dots.
Hurrah for Chickamauga, Col
>nel Maynard, Miss Baggs, Rati
;an and Jakey. That sure was a
,reat. If the JOURNAL has any
noro stories like that, lot them
Mrs. Sarah Singleton of Oconeo,
risited her aged father, Joseph
Looper, Sr., last week.
Miss Melanee Looper, of Dacus.
rille, visited her Uncle S. M.
Looper this week.
Rev. W. G. Mauldin failed to
neet his appointment at Mount
Vabor on the fourth Sunday.
'hero was a good congregation
The May meeting at Cross Roads
vas largely attended. Fashions
)f all kinds could be seen. I will
rive the two extremes. Some
ooked like they wore cut by the
;ate post; others more like they
lad taken a. pattern by the bollows
n the blacksmith shop for sleevos.
[ believe there is a secret in the
tatter, they can carry their pockot
looks and dinner in their sleeves
bvithout danger of being robbed.
Cotton looks very sorry since
Lhe frost. Some had to plant over.
The fariners aro having a t ime with
the grass. I don't know anything
better for their comfort than what
t sick lady said. When asked by
'he preacher what verse in the Bi
blo was the most comfort to her
luring her sicknoess, sho replied:
'I hardiy know." After some
imo she said: "That little verso
ivhere it says 'grin and endure it."'
io farmers I thnk we can apply
lhis to ourselvOs and find comfort
n that little vorse that has never
tppeared in tie Bible, 'grin and
midure it. UNOLE Aiu.
Tihe Ui01on Picici.
Last Saturday was a (lay long to
1e remembered aiong the young
)oople of Pickens and vicinity
After two d isappointments, all the
nembers of the Pickens Sunday
Bclools that could well attend, as
ieibled at tho place selected for
-he picnic near Clement's mills.
)ld Sol was quite offective In his
vork but in spite of the disadvan
ages from heat, everybody had a
)leasant time, andi many of the
)articipalts in the day's outing
vore loath to leave when the time
or departing cane. The children
specially, found no end to their
Oun until the emlphiatic buit gentle
,ommniand of their respective par
mts or temporary guardians hade
hem to cease and return hone.
Dinner was spread between twelvo
nd one o'clook under the sholtor
)f the saw mill just beyond tie
-reek, and after an imipressive
;race b1y theu Rev. J. E. Foster, all
Iproceededt to partaike of tile boun11
bifuli rep~ast. Anld it was such a
east as is calcullatedl to satisfy.
['here wvas not a rule (luring tile
rhole day's experience; tihe ladies
>f every denomination did their
itmlost to enltice pleaisuro and to
~ratify thn eager ones; and nlot one
eturnedi from the trip without be
ng impressed with tile perfoct or
ler an~d harmony of details. Mr.
3lemen t, with hiis usual hospitali
y an~d kindness, gave a cordial
r'elcomoe to his 11011o andl surround
ngs to all, and1( seemed0 to exert
imself to iusure tile comfort of
tis visitors. Tile Oveini og was spent
aI fisinrg by tihe children and
ourting by tile larger ones-tle
nlarried 1mon1 and Iaadies looked af
er all, but cupid vied withl thle
un in his efforts to mlake things
r'arm ill his prloper spherem. We
ongratulate the moving spirits ini
lhe enterplrise upon01 their success.
Thle Old Folks siniginig at Moun
ain Grove was largoly attondled
nd1( w~as in all respects a su~ceoss.
Ieat nor cold does not affect thlis
~rgan izationi ; tile crowd alwaiiys
:ets there. A plart of tile after
ioon wvas given tile young folks,
~rof. J1. L. Murphree conducting
he exercises. The new~ mlusic is
eory animlating anld pleases tihe
nind while thle old time mlelodlies
~re very impressive anld reaches
he heart. After spending tile day
'ery pleasan11tly,dospite the extreme
ieat, tihe association adjourned to
nleet with tile uniionl meeting at
'eter's Creek chlurchl thle fifth Sun
lay iln June and at Mile .Creek
hurch tile first Sund1(ay inl July at
A ggengoen. ihens uitnes.
In comlplianice with in)strustions5
romn the Adjutant and Inspector
iheneral, tihe Pickens Rifts are
oereby ordered to molet at tile court
iouse oin Saturday tihe 8th instant
or the purpi)0o of holding anm' olec
Ain for a Colonel, Liecut. 0010on01
mid Na ijor of tihe fifthl regimenit.
l'ho0 entiro0 mlemblersip mu~lst be
wresent, at 4:30( o'lc, p'. ml. prop1
arly equlipp1od for dill I aftter tihe
>elcion andi~ otherm busIIineOss that
will be b ro)ught to( the at btntjin of
11he compa~iny. .iy orderi of
Most coughs may1 be cured in an
fewv hours or at any rat' ini a few
lys, by the~ use of Ayer's Cherry
l~ector'al. Wi th such aljlOl promt
and sure remedy as 11hat at hand11(,
thlera is no0 nili of proilnginlg t he
agoni. for woeoks and months.
Keep this remedy in your house.
H-eal~ and happmness arerla
tive COin tions; at any rate, there
epnn be J ~ttles happiness without
helt h. To give the ,bo'ly its full1
measare ?42 tr~mngth and energy,
thle blood shi ldbe kept ptfre tnd
vigorous, I6y the ise of Ayer's Sar
-Jf1r. 0. P. Fiold, a, progressivo
farmer, of -Pindor, aqcompanied
by his daughter, Miss 'Jhiio, weit.
on a pleasuro trip to the KoowPev
last week. Ho paid his rospects
to Mr. J. Bonnett Hill, one of the
imost progressivo farmers of Oco
.neo Couilty, and found him well,
and everything arouind him m go)(
shape, with as line crops on his
farm as ho saw anywhoro. While
out ho wont fishing and hookod a
large blue cat, the first ho ever
caught or remombers to have Son.
Mr. Fiold boarded the cars at Cen
tral last Wodnosday morniig
for Eldorton Ga., whoro ho goos to
visit his brother, Ex-Judge W. G.
Field, who now resides at that
Call on J. M. Rampey for dress
goods and trimmings, Laces and
Embroidery-the latest styles.
Good corset, 25c.; Men's good
elastic shoe for $1.00; Ladies'
dongola shoe, $1,00; 251b brown
sugar, $1.00; 6b coffee, $1.00.
Gents' furnishing goods.
J. M. RAMPrEv,
Easley, S. C.
READ RULE XV. 0j
that are in o"
* on any way dan- og
PA gerous or of- 0-1
D 4 fensive, also g
C o patent medi- 0
empirical preparations, whose 0
ingredients are concealed, will os
not be admitted to the Expo- 0:
Why was Ayer's Sarsaparilla admit- o
tedI ? liecause it Is not1 a patent, inedliie, 0"
not a iostriiii, itor a secret preparation,Oi
not dangerous, not ai exterinitei, anl io
because it is all that a family medicine 05
should he. 0I
At the 01
WORLD'S FAIR o*
Chicago, 1893. 01
Why not get the Best P D
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is Ie'reb1y givenv to all IIrsons
ho1(19ling clinsW.1 l~ginst. the( esAtat (if lie
ry Iladdonl, colored, dlec(!.ed, that they
llinust provei their claitins before m oil or
by the IOth day of ,il:, next, or be h.ar
red from paltielpating in the filid of said
estate. .. M. LlAVAtT, C.C.P
Thi.. -Ith Ida .uno', A. 1). 5 w4
.Special Drives !
When4~1 the groinal wats! coered wvithI snow
andlit .t doidn't. look like. we' woul ever*ii.~ want,
suchel thtinigs I bioiight fruit jars-I enni '.~ sae
you~ uoey aigainlst atny 111urket. in the St ate
-Cnice on unid get thiemi, the price wvill be
lower thanuu they enni now he buight at
whlesale; I I enni also ftiiriishi the sugaro .
"Jo7shi Iterrl'y" grain eradileis withr the Iliood
b~ladtes att l. 19. Myt stock of dtress goods,
tiaoes and14 straiw hats is well iele'ctedl un oi
ceap. I don'11t Ity thiirn to keepj. T'olte
co lo0. pri. Itb. upt. Siinions' Liver llegiula
1)or at. Itic. pr. pikg. uis log as it lusts. A
boty with ai hioe enn1 kill lots of gruss. I (lnn
euln fitrnish thte hoes . unring oni your orn,
hiul's andt sitlver.
T. D. HA RRIS.
r witl applyt to .1. BI. Ne(wheOrry1, Judnge
of Piohate for' Pie'kens Cotiity, H. C.,fo
leave to makuIe a float settlemnt 1 withi
M. 0. E t Iison. and ask to be iilinmis-edi
at OGuarthuan, on the 2 t ituav of .Junet,
Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life
Theii truithfult, start ling titleo of a boo1k
abo4tti. No-to-hat'. I hie only i~ ariess , guara nt
teed Itbaci -hab11it (eure. Ifa youi Wat, to
quoit andl enn't, uise "No-io-bari." Israces' upj
80ons, itakes wveak 1wn g ill strenigthI
refunideid. lootk at. udriigglst, ii o maild free.
Addr'ess The4 M teriling liiemedoy Co,., ('Ihiago
otiice', 45 lintdolphi St.; New Yorks, 10
Spruce St. Fort salte at thiis iiili'i.
Notice to TrespasserS.
11y reausonl of rieient.t diages fromlil persoins
tfishing andu httniig ipo my,1 ilanoids and~ guo
lng thriiough iiny pa:sture lS, all persons are01
hlerebty not1 11iIe t keepi olf .f myi thands. ex
asi tol tthe itamis each has rented anll those451
hiavinzg a spiecia Il pertuit fromil tiet.
C. L. Hollingsworth.
Mta 22d1 t195.
Taules alil Misses Tani Colored 114ose' allt
Whtiue Kid (Gtoves inl 20) uiile hAuttoin
1I)tted swisses firom to t o :tt etS.a yard'i.
Ladui's White andii Creamu Milk Hose.
WVhit e Ch'aoist (Gloves (wavshleu 1).
Lad(ies5 Teck Sellarfs aunt Wiilsor' Ties.
Neow VeiIinogs in singeIi undt dol e ~i w iidlths
Fibre14 (hIois, Ithe pola r liin o for
Wat its anid Skirts.
MCILISTER & OEATTI'E.
(Next door' to Nationllu lhiak )
Chiamberlaln's Eyo' and sin Ointmhon'
Is a certain cture for Chronic fSoru Ey'es.
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, PIles,
Eezernai, Teotter, Sail. Rheumi and Scald I lead,
25i cents per boz. Foer sale by dr'uggistb.
TO HORSE OWNERS.
For puttinug a horse in a finle htealthy con
dition try i)r. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone utp the system, aid digestion, curo'
1068 of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disordera and destroy worms, giving
new lire to an old or' over worked horse. 25
cents per nackage. For sale bly dIruggista,
THE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCK!
Now For the Bargains.
Never Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
?W' 10 Car Loads of Goods.
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
10,000 Yards Lawn.s and Ginghams.
10,000 Yards Shirtings and Sheetings.
4,000 Suits Clothing for Men, Boys and Youtlhs.
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four Hundred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five Hiundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Hose,
Two Thousand pairs B(Met Shoes, all kinds.
Sixty-Five Hiundred potndis best PIug 'pobaeco.
Large lot Smoking 'lobacco.
Large Stock M.Ilinery Goods.
Thousan(s of other things cannot mentioni here. Come,
for the BTG SALE is for you,
GRlCENVIi~l, S. C.
serWe are Now in Ours
AND ARE READY FOR OUR
prin -: rade!Y
We have in our stock the following gods and you will find
that we are LOW\ER IN PRICE and bettcr in grades
than any house in the city.
Meni's Suits from $2.50 to $20.0o.
Men's Pants from 50 cents to $5,oo.
Youth's Suits from $2.oo to $10o.00.
Bloys and Children's Clothing from 75 cents up.
W\e have a full line of h
Ilats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods.M
Call and see our N egligee Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
Full line of Rufus Waterhouse Neckties for so cts. a
A D andy line for 25 cents.
lFull line Boys' Shirt WVaists from 10 ets up.
Remember our motto:
"Satisfaction Giuaranteedl or M\'oney Refunded."
W Call and Examine Our Goods,
THE NEW CLOTHIERSP
Greenville, S. C.
VHATS . THI
After a close inspecti(
JONES & GA
Have the Best and Ch,
IRY GOODS A
In Greenville, is the ver
\Vhen you come to Greenvil
cket if you don't come to see us.
JONES & G
Ve n1ow oftler lo Ithe public I be hul-gest, Stnck
lV.EI T IJN
Afler rettrnting, fronm 1hw Neribern .\marl
in aln a th Novelt.is1 of 1 he SI ason \\.(, w Ilb
IL LIN ERY 111m1 was wasc-ledia Thilelo.
pis fromn50 to $3.
All an. ca ldially ivil l to) I.all :ni see fin
A pil (s i o i J 1 .l1- 8 ls,5 .
l Misses LI
Lccept Now, and Look No
Opportuityil With Sai
I is not1. 4'very3 4Ilay tha 111 he re4 1 niers' of t his | H
'1n. It.i not evey <l*V'*'12y 1 ih t h I':lpiiirO inl a
I'l Suppsv lyiorpany, of A\lbutita. (b;l'lr- 11ost
, reaches4' 4out wViI h sn11h a1 I rii of biright vent~
I winintg barginsi . II is ox lii n Iitijeqt noti
nisupiinto 1-CASH t i thGISR won- it,
nwea~ilthI, a11n aItiseinentI for1l Ith- vestU i
.iees 'Inly 1 ar ofel it o te remiers11t f1"4 t
Nit. stI' tit. lanr 01 bei~y ari Vtem
hargakeing o.~ e 7-AS REGISTER on-i perw
-ie useul sIIim.xCC(p, onvenient, lCmpate jry
t' M. Tlr ahis of 1i 1 Nx so i 'at noi 1
ines i so' e w5 ithout44 iti. m
~nonebut wh sne lii tu'y Sto hr
t, unil ftay.them : "ItI isapesue e
IAN OSa, lsheORyANSe ronv
enkef eig ->use t7 easadi o
Clarketii i sas4 htis l lhesort il e
uter's Ahr tv s undot
Exels n 0ior Cok. '(0T
107from $2.5 gtot00 Sewing Ma
nes, i.:, roNVL7.5 to80. W.o
in, we find that
L It RISON
-apest Stock of
:lict of hundr,
le you will rol.
Ever s1own il t his City.
t where ve bougtll : enlet lini.
h hit ab11111t. $2,000 worth of
0.s llats from 10c. to $25. ('hihirlenl's
v itume4 si-ok. We will begIin sel
mn Ihe dollar,
(311 1134) 11 IIP
15 ( 't1e St r (I' G renville., S. C.
8 UJPON YOU.
1; Tack Upon a Lost
rI Iin I No. 2-ThIinik of a TYPEWRITER
S.nI. h ut soi it. is, enoivml):i you 0lno3xa
-achI oft anIybodyi. IDoes4 the work of aL
ly arit ile. A tlitulnphl of miodernl in..
be t.ransn, Ietedt wVtithoit, them133, but, who,
I iny a MI .00 noine. 1P A peni 11n.
mientl for3I 1ih merchant., hI3wyer, mints
stlnht, secreir13y, the horno11 eIlre Ie.
is a gona thIinig, hielp push it. alon1g."'
Irga in No. : 11.t puozztes diamiond eix
ii. (Can3 yu dtect fromi i th.h genu3)line?
it. I ere it. is: BRAZILLIAN DIAMOIND,
03w3a33311sparlin ig gem . Will i set ini
K iuol gi il e rtuiing, pilushl case51, and33
I youii, ena.nlolls li.:l i, for3 81.22. TheIu
-ancet 313 .j-10.00I ingl!, semli it, baclk, andiu
V lio u oney ai pa isitage, tool. Jio qik
ryP0., S. C., has~ ant Ex~celsior
using hier third Stove. Neither
cue we askI for thle EixceLlsior' Cook.
ilok ig o oid biscu its whlen his8
Wi woib b plea~sedl to) sh3ow you
-es and14 all losefuiitrn ishting (Goods
S EIG LER,
(OREENVtfLEE. S. (I.
4. L DouCLAS
OHEO IS THF. BEST.
3 HFIT FOR ING'
5. CNeO A%,,
p FREN4CH&ENAMELLEO CALF,
E!XTRA PINE. ~
Over One Million People wear the
1. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
iI our shoes are equally satisfactory.
toy give the best value for the mnoy.'
toy equal custom Shoes in style and fit,.
erwearing qqsalttes are unsurpasse4,.
e prices are uniform,--,-stam ped on eele,
rom $t to $3 saved over other mnakes.
If your dealer cannot supply youwe can. Sold by
For sale by
. T. McFall, Pickens, S. C.
B. Morgan- 1Cria... C a