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The People's Journal.
geo Morris for anything in school
Boin 'Anto Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Hopk'is, on the 28d instant, a
The Fckens High School will
open n Monday, Prof. M. S.
Stribling 1 charge.
The .wife, daughter and three
- sons of D. W. Mcdonald, of Rices,
are confined to their beds with fe
Lawrence Hutchins' son had the
. misfortune to have his hand very
badly hurt last Thursday by the
discharge'of a cartridge.
E. C. Sanders had a finp speci
mion of cotton stalk in town Satur
day. It had 35 grown bolls on it
and is an average stalk of his crop.
Ezekrei Whitner, colored, of
Central, was committed to jail
last week, to serve a sentence of
thirty days for assault and bat
Treasurer Youngblood was tho
first one to show an opn boll of
cotton this season in Pickens. It
was found in the field on the 24th
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of J. E. Hagood, Jr., to
Miss Dora A. Folger, in the Pres
byterian church at Easley, on Sop
The Thornloy brothers have sold
their interest in the livery busi
ness at NEasley to their partner, J.
E. Hagood. Thay will continue
in the business at this place.
Rev. J. E. Foster was in town
Monday. He is holding a revival
meeting at Mountain Grove and
graid - oxpecto(, so
taken in it.
isvillo, S. C.,
y John 0. Da
I. Hinton, of
- 'ounty to Miss
ting that has
v.1. olly Springs,
1)y Rev. J. . Singleton, closed last
Sunday, with two accessions to the
church, and great interest was
H. A. Richey and J. L. 0.
Thompson visited Brevard, N. C.,
last week and report having a
splendid time, and that country in
fine condition and very much on
thused nvor +),-;,- --ailroad project.
as before Trial
- Ilonday to ans
ssault and bat
a. uon ino person of George
Cannon. He was discharged upon
failure of proof by the State.
We wvish to imp~ress upon your
mind the fact that the Pickenis
High School opens next Monday,
and you should all be9 prepared to
start your children in the first
day. See notice in another col
Rey. D. E. Friorson is helping
Dr. Riley conduct his meeting at
the Presbyterian church this week.
Hob is delivering some forceful and
enthusiastic sermons, andl his
preaching should be productive of
T1his is no "ono-hoss" toyni any
more. Harris keeps over~yliih ig
ho now handles "Huyler's Can
dies,'" the best made. TVhe price is
a little high hut we must have it.
Call on him before paying a visit
to your best girl.
Westfield and Hoellamis, of
lrenivi lie, have an i mnmone stock
of Furniture, which they wvill
make to your intorest to see. If
you nueed any thing of the kind,
call 01) tlhem and got their prices,
andc you will not buy anywhere
else. Look out for their ad. in
soon, andl in ,the mean timo buy
your goods5 fro~m them.
There weore six companies of the
fifth regiment inspected at Green
ville Tuosday, by Adjutant and
Insp~ector General Watts. Pickons
Guards, forty strong, was com
mandod~ by Captain J. R. Lathomi,
and the Pickens Rifles b~y Captain
T. J. Mauldin. The Pickens com
panies made6 a handsome appear
ance andl passeod a very creoditable
inspection, receiving many comn
pliments. The Greenville com
panie~a were hospitable and kind
and treated their guests in a man
mer such as to mekoe the occasion
most enjoyable and evor to be re
memnbered by the visiting comn
lorning about 8,
wo miles west o)f
eod by fire. His
- a fire in ordeor to
which to scald
anid had stepped out; the door to;
see her brother, who is a flagman
on thme rail road, and when she re
turned and wvent about her work,
sho discovered the soot in the
chimney on fire, which ignited
the roof. An alarm was raised,
but the house could not be saved.
Miost of the furniture was carried
out and saved. Theli smoke house
was also burned dowvn. Mr. Ken
nomnore carried $1 ,000 of insurance
All kind school books,
A. M. Mounts's.
John Harris, of Greenville coun
ty; visited his brother, T. D. Har
rie, last week.
: Miss Nanny Yates, of Piedmon
is visiting relativos in the Eigh
teen Mile section.
J. T. Anthony, of Field, ha
the thanks of the editor for som
Miss Emma Holder, of Easley
is-teachmng a music class at J. A
Hinton's, of Eighteen Mile.
B. N. Williams, of Cedar Rock
is building an elegant and comma
dious residence on his farm.
Mrs. Fennel, wife of T. G. Fen
nel, of Liberty Township, is criti
cally ill, Dr. Gilliland is attendint
J. J. Herd, Jr., of Crow Creek
killed a rattlesnake last wok
which was four foot long and ha<
10 rattles and a button.
W. A. minilton was in tow
Monday and bays that tho Schloo
at Zion church will close nox
weok probably with a pic nie.
Miss Addio Simmons, daughte:
of A. A. Simmons of' Libert
township, is seriously sick with fe
ver. )r. Gilliland is attendinf
James MeNealy of Briggs, wai
adjudged a lunatic in the Probat<
Court on the 23rd inst., and wat
corried to the Asylum Saturda:
by the shoriff.
The constitutional election lav
does not provido for the compon
sation of coninissioners and man
agers of election, so they will no0
get any pay for their r'rvices.
S. N. Wyatt has oe)ned tl
Clyde Hotel in Easley and sots a,
elegant table and koeps good an
comfortable rooms for his guest
1- solicits your patronage an(
The Pickons Rifles got tho uni
forms last week and made a hand
some appearance at their drill
They have gono to Groonvillo to
the inspection and will no doub
roflect crodit on their county.
Prof. M. S. Stribling will opoi
school on Monday, September 2nd
Lot everybody patronize that can
and -lot us build up a flourishint
school hero, and incito the teacher
to greator energy and strength t<
"toach the young idea how t(
shoot." See notico elsowhero ii
Smnte Uncle Abo has found soim
thing else, other than Mica doth
to busy himself, and to keep hih
andihis mind employed, I will ver
ture to give you a fowv dots froi
We are having a bund ant shower
in this section which are welcome
and we are much obliged, coi
Corn is better than average witi
an increased area. Cotton is wvol
fruited wvith a little more than hal
Prof. J. M. Looper accomnpanie<
by his wife left the 10th jistan
for Simpsonvillo where lie has
W. J. B. Chapman has treate<
his home andl famiily with a fin
organ, but we cannot have goo<
music without sharps and flamts.
T1hme only vacant house ini thi
town was vacatedl one night earl:
in the spring by WVill Turner, wifC
child and dlog, which was at t ha
time only the fifth time Mr. T1ur
ner had movedl this year.
Pleasure seekers and1 visit
ors to Table Rock are constanuti
p)assing this place, four and fiv
wagon loadls, some (lays. Tabhi
Rock is one of the greatest scen
oriess east of the Rocky Mountainm
Too close t-> its edge looks scar
JOE RoosrE .
Dots~ Froms Crs Pialuas.
A series of n.ootings closed a
Mount Carmol last Thursday wit
seven excessions to the churc
with good prospects for more be
owing to the inclemency of th
weathmer the meetmng was compellhe
to close, Rev. W. B. Singleton di'
som11 eanost and fai th ful wor<
We are enjoying good season
nowv which come just in time t
save our fast perishing crops.
The election passed off qulieti
at Cross Plains with the smallei
vote ov'er cast at that placo.
I see Read Handl greatly regrel
John L. Looper is not, a (deleget
to the Twelve Mile association, hi
being a good worker and makin
things livelier. Yes, I heard c
his works en the head waters a
the Ooleoy near a year ago. 1
is said lie rendered some goodi an<
much neededl service to somo) C
our Cress Roads delogation. I d
not know that our D~acusvillo coi
resp~ondent was there but sulppos
that he wasi. Yes, .J. L., is a gee
jolly, follow, charitable, too, hay
ing sent our neighbor over 0:
"Slickin" a first, class pair of boot
in a sack of toll whoat for whic:
the recipient is very groatful.
Roiee to MYachiniit.M
I can now sell you Machine Oi
cheaper than you can buy any
whore. G. WV. EARLE.
Rememnber that you can. get th
"H[ome and Farm" and.( rTu11 PEC
iSm' JmUN ne- ye.,ar fra *1r2
The Liberty Township Singi
Association, will meet with Ei
Baptist church the socond Sini
in September at 10 o'clock, a.
M. P. Room s, Presidenit.
A thorough bread stalion t
years old, son of the coloiat
"Chanco To Bo." Apply to Thelio
3 as G. Johnston, Central, S. C.
Found D~ead in 11ed.
Stephen Siininonis, a woll kino
and rospected citizen of Piedmo
a workman inl tl) fazctory tle
was found by hi);s wifo dead ill b)
at his lomo at -1 o'clock yosterd
morning. He' had ani attack
cholera morbus on l riday. I
wats 45 yoars o(ld and w as origina
ly from Iln)irty, Pickolls count
- -Areenvillo Nows Avgust 25.
The farning class of peol)e a
somiewhat down-hearted just no
Fodder pulling is oil hand, and
thero is anything that makes the coi
lmon farmer envy other occupatio
it is fodder pulling. It is enough
discourago any man. To houso o
hundred bundles is a pretty good v
erage day's work for a imnlu and
great many times it injures the co
one dollar's worth or more, and th
gives you 25 cents for ptlling i
hauling it to imlarket, provided lie 1h
any to sell. But we generally gath
fodder just for the looks, for peo
would say we .vere lazy if we let
r dry up oil the stalk.
B. it. Williams of Cedar Rlock, 1
a two-story house inl processcC erectic
Mr. Shock i Easley, is the contrr
- Mliss Launa Tracey, of Ohio,
b a1Ccompliiised teacher, is spendii
the sumienr with her uncle, F. )
liogsed, of Daeuville. She will 1
3 tun hiomle 1 irl- of September.
Miss Ei1uma111 HendIricks and 11
I brother Henr are spenid ing a f<
days in this place with Mrs. E
Miss Janie Looper, Gainesvil
Ga., is spending the slliniier wi
her Cousin, Mrs. CJoseph L. Looper.
By the way, the boys tell ia lit,
joke on Jo. They say he wakes I
t three moilntils' old baby up of a nig
to see it laug1h.
Miss Bettie Childress is recoverii
slowly, and we hope to see the d
when she will be herself again.
Miss Nettie Robinson left Eais
on the 2Ad inst., for Greenvil
Tenn., to atteild the Greenville al
Tusculum College. She will col
home in May lext.
Miss Janie Field is visiting re
tives and friends in Dacusville tl
Warren Sutherland is going
move baCk to his Oolenoy farm tl
- fall. lie caine down to raise coLt<
but lie says 110 can raise corn at
Icents better than he can cot toil a
-cents and Warren is a close obser
1of facts and figures.
Rlobt Arial has just returned fi
an1 extended trip) to relatives
friends ill Seneca an~d WVestminst
We wereo very glad to meet our
friend, Willio Dihworth, of Ocon
last week. He came over an~d sp
a few days at his 01ollome nlear I
cusville. While lie is not imuch of
.sportsmani, I believe lie is on
huint of a bird on thlis sidle. TI
1kind of ganie is plentiul on thlis si,
iWillie, and1( good gunnelltrs sometini
-bring diown their victim.
'111 commnissioners were all pr
A petitionl was plresenlted for
'change in the 1t0ad from siding
3 railroad to Norris Cotton Mill u
gran ted1. Special comisisiinrs,
Fi. Lay, J. H. Ballentine and N.
A~ petitionl for ai new~ road fr<
near WV. P. Baker's to M'iounb
Grove was ';ranted. O. P. Fie
Jesse J. Lewis andiu R. Lj. Gilstr
were made special comiiissioneO is. TI
samile actionl wais hlad on1 a peOtiin
a rtatd frtomi Aiken's store iln i'as
toCe to Wmi. Ni's Spcial commn
sioners:~ J. Ml W inchiester, Jesse
i' Lewis and RI. L. (Gilstrap.
The pietitioni for a nlew ro~ad fr.<
sectionl house above Central tot
t Britdge over Fifteen Mile Creek
Rtuhamiah was granted. Special c<
missioners J. F. La, J. H. Ialk
tino andt N. Rt. Kolinemre.
TIhe poltitionl for a inew roazd fri
inear Madlttden 's and Leasanft Hill
s Pickenis was refused, liut Lay, 13
0 lentine and( K~iennemore are to rep<
, J. A. Rtobiinson, WV. N. H ughes al
t, Silas Williams wereC apploinltd to e<
sid1er two( petitionls for a road [fron
a A. Robinson's by school house to 3
0 jor' pla3ce.
0 ,I.Tho Liberty towvnship comiss~iSi
8 Crs were'O poinlted tt report on 1
f road from M. T. Smith's by W.
C C.ooloy's to Anderson line mi
t James10 Johnston's.
o er the road asked for through G.
. Eailo and J. M. WVelborn's 1)1a
0 near. Pickonls.
.1 The township comnmissiionrs w
.. ordlere(d to havo thle new road fr<
SBurroughs' mill to WV. B. Aligoo
a bridge worked out.
Many checks werCe drawn on31
treasurer and much mlonley p)ut in(
1 Mnl. Enston:-1 stained a bi silk dtress wi
lemon juice; what will restore the color ? i a
-making Iots of monoy selling the elimax Ii.
wausher. hlave not umade Iess than 810 any diay
I AR YT S R-8 M 80worked. Aver family wants a D )ish w Vasher, as
pay @5 quickly when they see thte dishes wash,
addedporectly in one minute. I seil as nma
wahrsmy brother, and lhe is an old liak
.man. I will lear @3,000 this year. Address t
Cimax fg. co., Coluinbus, Ohio. Anon
.THE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCK
Y Now For the Bargains.
Never Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the Peopk
W. of Greenville and Vicinity.
:1 Think of It.
to AFW 10 Car Loads of Goods.
SOMOOO3 -"- 'N7VOTUTk I1
n 17,820 Yards Calico.
at 20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
10,000 Yards Lawns a nd Ghigims.
10,000 Yarls Shirtings an(d Shoeitigs.
4,000 Suits Clothing for Men, Boys and Youlihs.
it, Three, hundred dozen Shirts.
F4our Hunidredl Dozen Boy's WNaists.
as Five 1Lun(re1 Id Dozen liandies, Misses and Men's I lose,
M. Two Thousand pnirs ll'i~t Shoes, all kinds.
LC- Sixty-Five Ilitdred pouiids best Plug Tobacco.
ILarge lot SmokinIg 'l ybacco.
g Ijaroe Stock M llinery (oods,
V. Thousan(Is of other things e(miot mention liere. Come,
'- for the BJG SALIC is for you,
ie OVIlm"lNVILLE, S, C.
No One ? ? ? ?
Can Sell Goods at oi
below Cost and Live,
Unless He Sells a
heap of them.
We;\V can not reduIce the price of our goodls, becaus.e it har
he always been our custom to give ourt patron)s the b~est goodIs o1
Fir the market at the shortest living prf~)its. ( )tur stock of ('loth
ta. ing and G entIs' Furnishing G oods was never more comnplete it
ik every lhne than it is today. \Ve have utsed otur tm ost en
J. dleavor to select ou r stock fromn the best ma nuf acLturers i
their lines, so that each article we sell leaves outr store with
our guarantee stamp~ed on it. All that we ask is that yout giv<
to Outr stock a peisonal inspection before butyingU, and( weC will sel
DREIFUS &c Co.,
to THE NEW CLOTHIERS
111 113 anui I1 G1i tet reenville, S. C.
]WRZZ]J.K] -77iA- (7)_1COvIL
Mr. 1. Clark, of lieedy River lFactory I'. 0., 8. C., has~ ani lxcelsio
h.1 Cook Stove wich hasx been in, constant use~A 25 yearis. is t dIaughar hal
ur- beenf keeping h->use5 17 years and is niow using lier thlirdl Stove. Neithet
0one was ani Itxcelsier, bult cost her t he price we ask for the ILxcelsior Cjool
Mr. Clark says his old1 I'~xcelsior will be cooking( good biseluits whien i
(danghter's third stovec is burnied on~t. WVe would b)e pleased to show yo
an E~xcelsior Cook.
's GP'Cockery G-laswe, T1inware, Stoves and alli llouIsefurnishing Good
3 at cost until further notice.
131i Malu Street., 0 SEIG~EII , C
<I To A]
Thc story is in a nutsh
Out Sale in September, we I
Summer Good are selling
months of service.
Full Line of' the Cel
I(ceived, at Old Prices.
[Qif L.adies' Oxfort
should contain a high
insure the largest yield;
of the soil.
Write for our " Farmers' Go
is brim full of useful information
will make and save you money.
*LJOL R JSI
The remallin!uiug (i oc of SiiiuI r (Io
14) oAt, your ownl price!
This- applies tk I Iress Goml WIV
Iood- 1,nwais Imacev nelh Imiulnriedi
llo1:siery :1114 ('assimeres
I i ngiei~ :111 ('arpels
SIL.VER D)OL.L.\A %I0M0),ASGO[
21 .ani s 7 ceti. Sea Iladii $1
12 yaniuIs 1( ents bleachling $1
101yn) 15"ent While lhuck -el
Willow Sh:des i., cels up
I rnic!(e l 'Oles 20 eIIts u1pi
I 'ont s' Coli I on I i is
MGIALISTER & BEATTIE
(Next udoor to Natuioa Il:ank )
1uar ai Syrus
2 Ilitis M illinery, 4Tj11U~
~~Y\olitgy illbr ellacsi~il
II liarrl llaes A pleVi*g
TW \ENTY E;NI:E'lC MEN
ii atack of ,
euil i 1 .
ID BYE SALE!
Ll. lt)stead of having a Closing
)ut ept(mber prices on now when
Whel there are yet two or three
ebrated Bay State Shoes just
is will be closed Out regardless of
for Fall Crops
percentage of Potash to
and a permanent enrichment
ide," a 1 -p:-', i lihnItrated hook. It
for fuimers. It 11ill be sent free, and
AN KALI i (iKs, .M M i - t.t 1 Atk.
li\- . ni t ry it. 7 hav s oi n. nilorn o
r )1;1\*T. . HARR111101I.r
houp IiiioiI eiiu i i n:1v l e tfee fOn C11iners.
\ lHsuIluI -r. " riids g ing a1tL l i ciSennut, Stdeli
aI enlicos, h s l N. i al ill no is n Voi
ig ill. I :1111 1 o w seltling hIt I'S Iceaper
h. 11'1L.: 1
I th a k~in-i hught a whoea8 v. S11o.n.
nli"e blhwk sat14ens :1114 broevalvet cheap. A
lo Io if t ;an IItn , b n l in rein IIII14 1 - 11tnItIs ait, 5 1-. p)e r
1. hh, is Iliv loc. 111gs , i nlico re l
u~uis a 10:::h~ig nit inl towels andl ladlles
h , l iio t grci rb :avi c a l
alway;Is chv;ap. 1 10,11.'4h1 tobarrclo che-ap, It
,;s th I: I - way. v A f w re\ fru14.(I it, j arIs
)ls :01 jolly tionierlls : all Mitls S4,h1041 anyti
olies : rayins e 71. i1-1 grss. I wallow
1611., I s.1brt~ ctwtpe
T. D. HARRIS.
I(ipi .~I k x-95 Sekis, L c.
l'ii y of t he cit zen(su; of ue lainsl ile,
Indiamt :re never withot a bottle of
lunbri n's (i:oinPah Rilintly inl 0t
houe sai Iys Jacob ) li , the leading
luenreh:Hil, (If ilhe phace. 'This licinedy
has proved of so 11nn1h1 Yable for colds,
4-r-111 :and whooping.. congh1 inl childrent
Cr.wlln Lo bwhouit.wortsae.b
~lir. G. W. 45 re ikes .N
N. \\'vat Vt,~ I)Qa)ly;W alSo.1 o,
For ides Beewax Talo
Kiepslfins, Shep kin, ac
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