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The. People's Journal.
J. E. Boggs and J. J. Lewis went
to Greenville Monday.
L. C. Thornley who has been on
t ho sick list the past week, is out
Miss Maggie Darg an, of Spar
tanburg, is visiting M iss Melanee
Mr. John T. Richey, of Fair Play
S. C., visited his brother, H. A.
Richey, list week.
Mrs. Eliza Durham, who lives
near town, is quite sick. Dr. Earle
is attending on her.
J. M. Stowart, clerk of the court,
is. holdmg references and getting
his r-?ports ready for court.
Watch our advertising columns
and you will know where to go to
got your goods at the lowest prices.
Maj. Whittier Symmes was par
donod on the 7th instant. The
governor's act is commended by
B. M. Griffin and B. D. Stewart
went to Chapman's Ford, on Keo
wee, last wek and caught a large
quantity of fine fish.
F. C. Parsons, of Milo Creek,
was in town Monday enroute to
Greenville. He was accompanied
by his son, J. E. Parsons.
The time of the Easley Town
ship singing association has been
changed from fourth Sunday in
June until the second Sunday in
A girl was seen hoeing the oth
er day with an umbrella over her
-she had the staff run down her.
back and tied around her waist.
A pretty good scheme.
An exchange advises: "If you
would have fine, luscious fruit this
season, keep it well thinned.
There is a heavy yield, an~d this
precaution must be taken."
J. McD Bruce and L. D. Steph
ens went to the factory site on
Twelve Mile river last wook and
tried their luck fishing. They
were satisfied with their success.
The men who dosen't advertise
will soon go out of business, and
the woman who doesn't read the
advertisements will go without the
greatest bargains in town.-Denver
Flour is going up in price very
rapidly, and if the rise continues
it will boon be worth about as
much per barrel as when cotton
wvas bringing twenty cents per
Married on Sunday morn ing, the
9th instant, at 11 o'clock, a. im., at
the residence of the bride's par
ents, at Central, S. C., Mr. J. S. H.
Price to Miss Julia E. Wilson, all
of Pickens county; Rev. J. M
Daniel Gaston, colored, died at
his home near town Sunday. He
was a victim to consumption and
leaves a wife and a number of
children to mourn his death. Ho
was inoffensivo aind industrious,
and had the good will of everybody.
Holly Bush and Enon Sunday
schools will hold Union services
at Enon the third Sunday morn
ing at 10 a. mn., after the regular
services. The day will be spent
in singing. All are mnviteQd to at
tend, and bring your dinners and
have a good time generally.
A writer mn the Macon (Ga) Tel
egraph wants that paper to keep
constantly before its readers the
fact that the South expends $100,
000,000~a year .for food supplies it
can produce at home. Once the
fact gets drilled into the heads of
the people we may have that agri
cultural revolution we have been
looking and hoping for so long.
The churches of the first dlivis
ion of the Tweolve Mile River As
sociation aro~ requested to elect
their dologatos for the Union Meet
mng at Potors Creek church the
fifth Sunday and1 Saturday before.
An interesting progriam has been1
arranged and all the churiches are
expected to send doh'gates Don't.
forget this mattor at yonr church
Allowv us to repeat tlhe requlest,
that parties in dlifferenIt sections
of the county, send in short news
items. Weo (10 this in behalf of
our patrons wvho are urging us in
the matter. If you have no time
to wvrito, slimly state facts and we
will try and put it in readable
shape. In (doing this you will
help) your self b~y helping others,
makoc the paper more interesting
and inicieaso its patronage.
The third qua~frterl1y conference
for Pickens circuit was hold at
Fairviow Saturday. Rev. T1. J.
Clyde, prosid ing elder, preached
an interesting and instructive ser
mon in tho morning and presided
at the conference in the afternoon.
The reports woere satisfactory in
the main, although the financial
condition of the charge was not
very encouraging. J. P. Smith, T.
C. Robinson and George Ellis w~oro
Selected delegates to the district
conference, which convenes in An
dorson on- the 10th of July. The
next quarterly conference will be
held at Twelve Mile one day dur
ing the campmeeting.
I took in Greenville's Memoria
Day, Monday, May 27th, 1895, bu
they had so many other thing
crowded into it that it seemed nor
like a "Gala day." But as yoi
were there, Mr. Editor, to tell you
readers all about it, I will only sa;
a word or two. I went with th
Pickens Guards, a military compa
ny that every citizen of the coun
ty may well be proud of. Ti
finest looking body of men in th<
whole regiment, their praise couhl
be heard on all sides, and thei
they acquitted themselves liko sol
diers. I have seen soldiers an<
know what I am saying. And :
hope when the Pickens Rifles comi
to the front that they will not fal
behind the high mark already set
for Pickens troops.
On Saturday, May 25th, the' Po.
ter's Creek Democratic club mot
and organized, eighty-two strong
the first day, and it a somewhat
rainy one. W. N. Hughes was
elected president, J. P. Robinson,
vice-president and G. W. Single.
ton, secretary and treasurer. The
President on taking the chali
made quite a nice little speech
thanking the club for this repent
odl honor bestowed upon him, (he
was presiaent of the Foster's Store
club of which this club takes the
Our assistant Supervisor of Reg
istration failed to put in his up..
poarance as ho had advertised that
he would. Perhaps li is the one
man that is "a sceared of Judgc
Golf," in Pickens county.
The Pickens County Allianct
will hold its quarterly neeting
with the Poter's Creek Alliance iu
July--we will toll the day if we
ever learn it. But will say in ad
Vance, that some of the most prom
inent speakers in the State will be
on hand and all of the exercises of
the clay will be public, including it
basket dinner. The public are
cordially invited to attend. And
to the County Alliance we will say
as you are to moot at the Alliance
hall and hold your meeting the
night boforo, homes have been pro
vided for you and your company
by the Peter's Creek Alliance.
Whoat has the rust already-te
add to the already distressing col
dition of our farmers.
Missos Neena and Mary Wil
lians, formerly of Easley, S. C.,
but now of Brevard, N. C., are on
a visit to thoir uncle, G. W. Grif
fin, and other relativos and friends
Mossrs. John E. and G. W. Sin
gleton went with Mr. J. E. Fostet
fishing one ovening this wook, hav
ing hoard that he was an expert at
that sport, as well as in spiritua
things, and report that he caught
with hoo0k and( line fourteen fisl
in about five minutes anid the fish:
didn't bite good, he (Mr. F.) said,
But I would think if I got thai
many iln all hour it w~as good fish
ing, andc that they were biting
Just learned that Mrs. Sarah
Fridldle was bitten last Thursday
by a spider and is seriously ill at
her home near here.
Ihazel 1Nuts Craickedl.
As we hlaven't heard from this
part lately, I will give you a few
The plows and hoes have been
going wih a rush51 to it this week,
It has beenl a tight race with the
grass and weed~s and( cotton and
corn during tihe p~ast wet weather,
Cotton is looking badly in this
section. Small grain is looking
fine. Corn is looking very well.
Toots Bro's. show did not comt
to King's old stand, (at W. W. Ai
ken's store no0w.) Tphere were m'
large crowdc cof peoplo there and ah
were disappointecd. It would lhav<
p~aid thleml to come.
I have just got back from the
old time singing at Mountait
Grove. Woe all had a nlice tim<(
and enijoyed ourses and1 hac
some1 fine music.
Teowas a wedding in this sec
tion today. Mr. Clayton Martir
was married to Miss Idai Winches
ter, at the residence of the bricde'e
father, J. M. Winchester. Rev. B
F. Muirphroe performed the core
mony in his graceful manner.
Mr. Editor, tell tile folkcs that
there will be0 an all-day singing ai
Antioch Baptist church on Littl(
Eastattoo thes socondl Sunday ii
.June1 begining at 9 o'clock in the
mlorin g, to be- lead by Prof. J. L~
.lurphlroo. Everybody comoi an<
hintg thlirI b)ooks and1( baskots w~el
Of the' Sunday~l Schi( ol \l is~s M\ont
Th'le exor.cises will beginI ait, fiv*e
o'clock ait the Melthist. church
0pne withl pra'ye r, aifter whiel
thor) wil bi a5 fe lw ietosA~ sun g ii
wvhich t he j ~ pbic is cordial ly invi
ted to join1. An adidress will thhm
be (101iverod by IL. .. llayniswor-th
of Greenijillo, and the remaluin
der of the teveiing will bo' d~vote<
to son1g. Thle o'xrVc isOs will clIos,
The Pickens (GuardHs will mes
Saturday, the 15th inmstant ,for thi
purpose of hoiling an electioni 10
Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel an11
Major of tile fifth regiment. T1h
ontire membership must be proes
en't, at 83 p. mn., to drill after thl
election is over. By order of
J. R. LAT1m, Capt.
Do not think of knocking oui
another peorsonl's brains because h
diffotrs iin opinion from you.]
wouldI be as rattion~al to knock youi
self oni tile head because you diffc
from younrsnlf tonn yenrsago
Maj. Lewis R. Redmond was in
I Pickons last week.
E Jvery one ought to tako advan
, tago of the abundant fruit crop
, this year. Thore is nothing health
r ier as a matter of diet, aid is also
a source of considerable wealth.
A young lady was heard to toil
- a very talkative young man the
- other afternoon to "stop up that
holo in his faco and give the at
mosphere a chance to circulato."
She didn't (1o a thing to him.--tx
The old story of a man who hal
novod so often that his cliickons T
WoUl lie on thoir backs andl(] cross
their legs to bo tied when they saw
a covered wagoni tea clis tho effect
of training wIlero t hore is no relsol
"Farniors, brotini corn will pay 1
you from 200 to 500 por coit.,
niore than cotton. And it always
finds a roady markot at from $O Ni
to $90 a toin. It roquires inuch la
bor and care, it is truo, but not so
much by half to raiso a toni as it,
does a bio of cotton nor nourly so
imuch la nd."-E xch a nge.
It has boon oxtrem<-ly warm the
last few dlays.
The farners ar! giving tlie grass i
ihe worst of it and crops ar1o look
ing well in this e:eltin. Wheat
and spring cats are nautich ietter'
than last crop. ] f rust. does not
prevent they w%-ill ho good.
Jose'pl 1o)Per1, sIr., v isited his
children, Mrs. a1 ntt hew In lllldricks
and Mrs. Abner Chastain, last
Mrs. A. J. Looper visited hil'r
parents, Mr. and 11-is. Rilev Sin
mons, of Groenville count6, Inis
May meetings are all a thing of
Rov. J. Foster preachod at Mt.
Tabor first Sabhath evening.
It w il not be bit a fiewv days fo
until we can iid 'erries of all
kinds for pies. Fruit crops geliene
ally are going to bo very good.
Peoplare hi v plent y(of
Irish 10potatltov t% 4 nt. since the lit
It wil inot be Very iiir n ut il
we can lmve water wI00ons. Tlhu n1
wA efn Cut and (,at- oIw-hjllf for thie
"lh- old folks '"Do, H"oh. -li, D40
will I moet at Poter's Creek on tho
fifth Sunday in this nionti. All
como and bring a big basket of'
dinior and have a gmood tiio; but
rell.olior your best i'rienid when
you get ready to eat, is
A healthy appetito withIi perfect
digestion and assi nlin mainty be
secured be thio use of Aver's P11lls
'They cleanse andl strengthen the
wh'lole alimentary canal arid ro..
mlove aill obstriuictins to eithier
sex, withlout any uii pleasain t effects.
WitIh the blood full of' hu1mors,
tho heatedh term is all the more op
pressive. G iro the system a thor
oughi cleaining withl Ayer's Sar
sapariilla and~ a (d0so or two of'
Ayer's PillIs, and you wil einj v
Summi r i ast never before iin you'r
life. Just try t his for once,'and1(
yOU'll inot r'epentl it.
A mm. W i.:i. TinlI.r ENns W :iiu..
-if' you buy firoin uis, we hav'e go t
ad. in the wor'ld is a sat isfied curs
tomori and~ we haIvG yet to hear any'
Di.w-s & Co.
'"Keel) yoto-i nameo i'ior the
KeeI yourl good(s before thleir
like a chuirchi withbout a steeple,
.lie who (108 not1 adlert iso.'
Call oni J. M. Hatunpev f'or d ress
goods andi~ tr'iumnigs, Laces anild
Embroider'y-the latest styles.q
Good corset, 25c.; Men's good %
elastic shoe for 8l1.00; Ladies'
dongola shoe, $1 ,00; 251h brlown
sugar, $1.00; GIb coffee, $jl 1..
Gents' finnishing goodls.
Easley, 8. (.
Special Drives !
When~t the~ grounid was01 cov.teed with In low
and1( it didn1't look like( we1 wxould ever wanit
suchl l~in gs I hoingght fruiit. jars----I ennl save.
y'ou mone11y algainst any1 mariiket inl the( Sitte
wh'Iol4esale; I 'unn also( fmishx the sutgar .
hhiadeIs' att. St. .90. illy'x so'k of drIess gioods,
Ilaces ao tt traw hats is I well xelec'ted1 mid
turl at: 1.'i. pr. i'kg. as long as it hits. A
enng funish0i thet hiocs. I iing on~ vom- m'm1
hide an4 i d silv.*'
T. D.HARRIS. IF
of l'ioh'ate' for' PI, keins '..uty, S ('., for
M1. 4) ,1 'lii. ;to' ask to4 b' (b-mll sol
[ tty 2o.h is 95'~.--'*;w
3 Don't Tobacco Spit. or Smoke Your LIfe
3 (pIrii andl enn't,us "I''No-t o-har.'" lhIraces tup
sons,io mkes weatk men41 gailn stren4ig th
weight and.igftr. l'400itiv '. re or14 money101''
-..4IAtls The~ Stling itemedy'4I (o., (Chicagoe
44liic4, -15 1844t1llphi St.; New'. Yorki, It
C Spu,ce St. for1 sale ait thiis' ob-e.
Notice to TrespasserS.
11 'lI easo oIf recentlI dama111ges from11I' persn
fish ing and14 huntin upon myj(Il11' 14 lands 1 and go
I lng t hrough 1my3 paust.nres'i, a41 l per01son are4
0 herebyi13 notitle to414 keep1 off ef miy 1lmI5,ex
cept010 throughthe ubi hI ~413 )1,OCigay. Is115
-ax to) the4. la141s 0ach has11 renlted anid t hose'
C. L. Hollngsworth.
Mni 22 9918%.
'HE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCKI
Tow For the Bargains.
wver Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
MW' 10 Car Loads of Coods.
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
10,000 Yards Lawns and (inglais.
10,000 Yards Shirtings and Sheeti ngs.
4,600 Suits Clothing for Meln, Boys and Youths.
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four Iundred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five Ihundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Iose,
Two TJ ,*houJsaid pairs Best Shoes, till kinds.
Sixty-Five Hundred pounds best Plug Tobacco.
Large lot Smoking 'lobacco.
Large Stock M[Jdlinery Goods,
Thousands of other things cannot mention liere. Come,
the BJG SAL E is for you,
GREEINVILLE, S, C,
eare Now in Our
AND ARE READY FOR OUR
re have ini our stock the f~lollig goods and you will fin<
that we are LOXWER IN PRICE and better in grades
than any house in the city.
Men's Suits from $2.50 to $20.00.
M\en's Pants from 50 cents to $5,00.
Youth's Suits from $2.oo to $10.00.
lioys and~ Children's Clothing from 75 cents up.
WVe have a full line of
lats, Cap)s 1( an Gents' Furnishuing Goods.
Call and' see our egligee Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
Full line ofI Rufus Waterhouse Neckties for 50 ets
A Dandy line for 25~ cents.
lull line I oys' Shirt Waists from 10 cts uj
emembher our mou o:
"'Satisfaction G(aanee or Money Refunded.''
IiQU Call and Examine Our Goods.
DEIFUS & Co.
THE NEW CLOTHIERS.
. Creenville, S. C.
WRATS :. THE o
After a close inspection, we
JONES & GARI
Ilave the Best and Cheapest
DRY GOODS AND
In Greenville, is the verdict of
When you come to Greenville you
pocket if you don't come to see us.
JONES & GAIR
We 1ow ol'er to I le public ( he hargest stock of
Ailer nrturning frinin- .\' eritern Mlar-lai when
ininighi all h11 Noveltist of thm Sson we ight ahe
MI L LIN E R Y that w:1-s, w-el'a-I :,' Thlielity am)l st
We are I1 parel t-1 Sell L adies un11 41 Nlis vs l4t4- l
('aps froiln 5. to .3.
All ar( cl lially invileil I) vall :1 il see 011' in444n4en,
ling April ist. Lie (if lDlt im 'Y (114 )8, --)e. 4142 Ihe h 1
WHOLESALE AND RE
FORTUNE SMILES UTI
Accept Now, andi Look Not Ra<
It, is not4 e'ver4y~bry 4.luit the4 re4:44lers4 oif is 1in-gaini NE
Ilury opportuniiIIity of 4 his4 kiiiI presente4I~'' to A-r (Ise. A
th1e4rn. It is not44 4every <4 1 hat 11 he4 I E4i 4ire i 44 n. (I f a11
State 84upply (h4444panyv if A'iI:tlant, 4:4.4r- rustM4ly aricle(1
giri, reaches44' 14444 withI ~~ 44e a 11 tr i libright. en1tion44. TIii
ant11 winini4g barga~4ins4. It i fr l i' nite1 l not,'4 he44 11 ran1s14
timae, a1444 to4 i41n1 Iur incr'ely' a4 li4w 44f har4- 411 who144, is alI
ga'4in supp14ies4 into1 every4', houw44 II in 1 44ihi 4.m- it. Inty~ a) S
41ionweaV444I.h, an1 ailverit imenit, for' 4.44 th m 4estm '4t foir
selves byMI wh44ih 44 the 441' r 'l ortun . Three4 44er, st4 olen'4t,
ar1ticl4e 444nly ar24 4offere4'4 toI 14h4 r4ea41ers of "4It, i4 a4 go4
thle .4ounNA I . at441 1h4' sale44 will h44 411is444ut in- He4inem' iwr "'4
41444 a14. s1.tt tim44'. Ier ii h 1ey ar4e. 4 u-ml1
a144( prolisl 114,4424N
I14rgain No. l---CASH REGISTER, wIon- pe4rIM. Cani
41l'rful1, use44ful, s4imple,4' convenient,*44 4' comparlt , Tryi' it. 1(4.4.
for4 82.X4. Th1ing 44f it ! No mein4i44it, 44]o 1i K soli44 g
1h44s1ness44 man44414444 sh ouh he wit h44444 it. Tim44 4en you44*'44, (44
is4 44n4oney, 1but. ,(4. why 1' spe iall th44 mon4ey''. 4to barga4in4 of4 th
economize2'/A 4tim44? $4ave the44 greater:4 par1t 4earanc toI4'4 44
a1441libuy a1 82.002 l14gister. What 4t 44he44rs ge y4ur mon442444
444ay, you4 will say,3' lieml:4 "'It is a pl444ear lieferences'4' m
to) loo4k a44. it, no~ll see( how 11i4e it, wor44ks"
" est ar4ticle4 I (ever'4 u4s4.41; Tlime are44
1har44, ebange is5( 1 s4car4) (, 14444 I must,4144''4 have i i yllFle 8'
(4444': Tini.t, tells4 the44 St ory., order 4- 'r-A v.
"It4, will~ 4424. he 11hus4 'away."
H ZZfi JIGSK - T IC
Mr'. 1. 1B. Clark, of lle'Cly Iliver' Factory P'. (
Cook Stove wh~ichi has been'4 inl cons5tant use41 25
heenI keeping house 17 year's and( is no0w uising i
onle was ani ECcelsier, but cost her' theiL )'ce we
Mr'. Clark says his 0141 IXCxclsior will 1be (cookinte
daulIghter's tir d stove Is burned44 ou4t. W(e wou1ld
an IExcelsior' Cook.
at cost, until i futher oIce.)1(
COiX & SE
l'(Il Ma:in Stied,
SEWINC MACHINES!~ '
Pianos liomi $25 to $1,004; Or -
gans~ ' (r144 $254 to "00, iewing Ma
cin14es, N S'w., from(.'4fl.50 . to 4No.t) \Vo
also sell1 Oil atulI Needles' fo 145 lli 11
makes of Sew..intg Maentnes' vr
Repair'ing and1( PTuing onl shtoi W. L. 1D
uotice. All our sIl
Call and49C see nsor write Theyeqlo
The prices 1
~Prom $a to
BR OS.& CO. If*"rdo
10'7 Washington Street, W. T. M
*G GREENVILLE, S. C. F. B. Mt
Ever shownmv. in (his City.
Swe bought1: v e1tuplete lineo.
>11 $2,000 worth of
>41 h re.
'r*om 10c. to er:25. Chihirenl%
: It k. WIe ill Stl
St re't, ( reenville, S. C.
'k Up~on a Lost
. -Tink oIf a TYPEWRITER
II 84 ii is, enovnw~n yo IC) o Oun)1
Ilhody. I )oes the1 work of a(
. i A trinInp of motI1 ern' in
Y-IIti i w rbi ines t.-cla conhliu~ '
noter w: Aitho N e m uwo ,
Mle 41111 pay g*10.00? Isnt doi
th merchantIIJ, 1h11wyerf, min1s..
secretIl :1ary , f~e omo eire2 . ''
$IO(K h ig hlp imshl it. long."144
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ohlfil r Og plshiae /n
as1-, S. , for~ a1n2 Thceo
'(seasn. If1t, (lymh jn hap
8-1.0 ring, Soed. Nba ci '
iiy an p-,stagt00.ii iuick.od
ATEIHANTA C CL
43 S ., ha &anOcasio
be Miloepleeased thwyo
llouse$3urni Sh ods
custmeNV iLE st. s .
we?t~om...ap Dou nLs.
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