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The. People's Journal.
-Court begins Monday look out
for rain and mud.
-The Liberty oil mill is being rap.
idly pushed to completion.
-Miss Anita Ambler has gone to
Greenville to visit friends.
-See advertisenment of Columbia
Female College elsewhere.
-Governor Evans presides over
the constitutional convention.
-Wilat has become of the Pickens
Sunday School mass meeting?
B unto Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Hester on the 5th inst., a son.
-Miss Essie Earle returned to
Chicora College, at Greenville, last.
-Miss Sallie Holder visited her
cousin, Miss Emma Smith, of Liber
ty, last week.
-Miss Lola Holder is teaching a
flourishing school at Rehoboth, in
-Misses Janie and Virginia Lig
on, of Greenville, are visiting the
family of Sheriff McDaniel.
-W. F. Austin, Dentist, will be in
Pickens during court week, for the
purpose of practicing his profession.
-These are fine days for crop
gatherers. The germs of disease til.
so get in their most effective work
-Misses. Laura and Lucie Hagood
and Miss Morrow who have been vis
iting Miss Fannie Hagood, returned
to Biliningham last Monday.
-An interesting protracted meet.
ing has just closed at the Liberty
Babtist church. The pastor, Mr.
Weldon, was ably assisted by the
Rev. Mr. Leathers.
-The many friends of Walter H. I
Griffin will be delighted to know that
his condition, as we go to press, is t
more favorable than at any time for
the past two weeks.
-Win. Murphy was committed to
jail last Friday, by Justice Merck, in
default of bond. V. A. Murphy ap
peared as surety last Monday and he
was allowed to go till court.
--Mrs. D. W. McDonald breathed
her last on Thursday 5th inst., and
was buried the next day at Bethle
hem cemetery. Our sympathies are
extended to the bereaved family.
-Mrs. Betsy Roper, mother of
Spencer Roper, died at her home near
C&lar Rock last Monday morning,
aged about seventy years. She was
buried the following day in Tabor
tichel, and Mrs.
have been ata
have gone to
so - time beor ey wdlh spend
sometim befre heyreturn''to Char- I
-On Sunday, the 8th inst., Miss
Mattie Mosely wans married to Mr
Aaron Bishop. Both parties reside
irtire Looper section. of.-this couty..
The seremony wvas performued by Rev.
J. E Foster.
-Mr. P. Eugene Alexand has so
vered his connection with the SENTI-4
NEL and gone to the prosperous city
of Atlanta to try his fortune. Mr.
Alexander is a bright and thoroughly
business youngman, and his pirospect
for success are good in any locality
~e may choose. Pickens regrets to
lose him, but this paper with many
stanch f.Iiends bids him God speed.
-As Mr. WV. L. Boggs and his sis
ter, Miss Corrie, of Liberty, were
leaving Pickens on their way home
from Brevard, N C,, last Saturday, 1
their horses became frightened, and
succeeded in running a good distance
in spite of the manly efforts of
Mr. Boggs to hold them. The I
buggy was considerably damaged, J
and both occupants wer~e p)ainfully
but not seriously injured.
-Supervisor Hendricks passed
through towvn Tuesday on his -return
from the new road and site of the
proposed bridge on Twelve Milve
River near the Norris Cotton Mills,
and he reports that the sickness of
his wvife will prevent his visiting every
part of the county. This bridge will
be over shoals in the river and no
light affair will stand, The hills
closes in on the river and one hun
dred feet will span the stream from
the rock piers on either side. The
factory company wvill pay part of the
expenses and Mr. Lay has made a
flue road to it at his own cast, with
convict labor. The bridge will he
covered and Mr. Hendricks thinks
that an iron bridge would have been
a mistake and when this bridge is
completed, the difference will be very
plain. Mr. Hendricks is right in
making the improvement of roads and
the building of bridges of a more per.
manent and substancial nature. It
is a mistake to have makeshifts and
temporary affairs in the way of
bridges and other public improve
We desire to publicly express our
sincere thanks to the good people of
the town and surrounding country
for their many favors and acts of
kindness to us, and their many ox
p)ressions of sympathy for us in the
recent severe illness of our little son.
Mr. andl Mrs. C. E. RoBINsoN.
Married Sunday morning Sept. 1st
at the parsonage, by Rev J. F. An
derson, Wmn. A. Cantrell and Miss
Fannie C. Smnith.-Easley Messenger.
.The Quarterly Conference of the
Easley and Bethesda circuit will be
held at Easlev on the fourth Sunday
and Saturday before.-Easley Mes
The report of the County Boar
Commissioners has crowded out m
contributions this week and. ind
the columns of this paper hae la
been unable to hold what has I
sent to it. We ask the indulgent
Dur friends and will treat them
right, but have to hold over arti
which can stand.delay, and give s
to news items and other matter wl
would be out of date, if not publis
immediately. We trust our cor
pondents will appreciate this
3ontinue to let our readers hear i
them. Your turn, will come next.
McDonald-Mrs. Margaret Un
McDonald nee Morris departed
life, in peace, on Sept. 5th 1895,
the 46th year of her age. She
the daughter of Jesse Morris, of
derson county. She was married
D. W McDonald Feb., 25th 1V
She.was a member of the Metlo
Episcopal church, South, and live
consistent christian life. During
last sickness she said that she
ready for death and had no fear
all she regretted was leaving lier I
dtred and friends. Her remains w
intered at Bethlehem church in P]
ens county. She leaves a husbi
and six children to mourn her der
O. L. D
-On Wednesday 4th inst., 1
Dora Folger, and Mr. J. E. Hago
Jr., were married in the Presbyter
'hurch at Easley. The ceremony v
Lerforied by the pastor, Dr. Ril
n the presence of a large concou
)f relatives and friends gathei
,rom various parts of this state, v
rom a distance. It was an unust
y attractive program, such as i
>esses the observer with a full sol
>f the solemnity of the occasion. '1
)rido is a lovely brunette, who
everal years, has been a promin
actor in the social element at Easi
nd whose popularity was attested
ho numerous expressions of oste
mid concern. She was fittingly 1
iandsomely gowned in a go-av
tress, of soft grey, with green voli
he tastefullness of which attire i
subject of favorable comment. '
,room is one of the stable suppt
)f his progressive town, and enj
he utmost confidence and good
)f his acquaintainceship.
At 2 o'clock the couple boarded
,rain for Asheville, N. C., unde
hower of rice and old shoes. Al
t short sojourn in that beautiful c
hey returned to Easley where a
-eption was tendered them in ti
uture home, made charming by
vant and numerous presents,
-Gentleman of the constitutio
-onvention from Pickens left for ti
>rcerous and responsible duties I
We admire the fearless manner
which Brother Shipman, of the I
rard Hustler wvields his p0en.
rust his implicit reliance u~pon tr
nay yield him abundaut return in
,ablishing the merit of his paper
Ex-Judge T. J. Mackey is now~
Mewv York making his living by w
ng for magazines. In tihe last J
irson is an interesting article f]
is .peu on George Washington ai
:itizen soldier, statesman and pair
rudge Mackey is a versatile writer
til who know him wvill agree. If
loes not happen to, have
acts convenient, lhe is in no v
>ut out. In short order lhe can mi
ifacture one to suit. At any r
he time has been when he could.
Recently there h as been a gi
leal of talk about building a sI
ailroad line from Charleston to
W~est-Knoxville, Tenn., via Gre
,ille, running directly from the mc
ains to the seaboard and vice vye
'his talk seems to have started
>all molling looking to the consti
ion of such a road, for yester<
he Secretary of State issued a coi
;ion to Frand Hammond, W. E. Be
ie. James A. Hoyt, A. G. Furm
uewis WV. Parker and Joseph Mc(
ough, as corporators of the C
itruction Company of Greenvi
'ormed 'for the purpose of constrt
ng a railroad from the city of Cl
eston or such other point in this
my other state as they may do
nine by way of Greenville, in
laid city and State, to the city
(noxville, Tenn., or to such ot
>oinlt as they may determine."
apital stock of the company is to
~100,000, divided into 100 shares
What there is behind the organi
ion of this company is not kno
icre, but it looks as if the Greenv'
>usiness men mean business.--Sti
SoutlIern Rtaiway Rate', for thme St
Tlho Southarn railway will do
p~art toward making the State fai
meceess. This company has arran,
for cheap tickets from all overi
State, and takes Savannah, Augu
ia Athens, in Georgia, and
Asheville, N. C. Tfickets will be
sale from the 9th to 14th (of Nov
her at one full fare for the rol
trip) to and from Coluianii with
cents added for admission to the
grounds. The finaml limit of tI
tickets will be the 18th of Noveml
On the 12th, 13th and 14th of
vember tickets will ho sold at
cent a mile traveled, wvith fifty ct
add~ed, with mifnimum rate of sos
ty-fivo cents, including admnise
coupon, finmal limit, 15th of Noven1
These tickets will be sold withii
radlius'of 200 miles of Columbia,
include Savannah, Augusta, Atli
Out of the prisoners in seven'
states, numbering 110,000 in 187
was found that there were eight t:
as many illiterate as those who ci
road and write, and thatlamong I
that had trades there wvere f<
criminals than among those who
I of Given to students wishing i
any enter the Easley Graded School v
leed the Easley Hotel. For terms, &(
,tely call on or address,
men S. N. WYA'rT, Prop'r.
all The leading Cigars, Grand R(
oles public, Saboroso and Figaro,
ace At Morris's.
hod For bargains In anything try iarris.
-res- Harris cashes connty claims.
rom NoTICE.-P. C. Cartoe will bc it
Pickens 12th and 27th of Oe:
month to buy chickons and egg
etty for cash. sept26
this New lot Crockelry ware at .arris'
was 1.iIaiis tobacco at 20c. pel 11> is a go(,
to Big lot Tobacco, cheap too, ali
dist Sardines 5C. Salnion 0ce. ait Ilarris's
her Try lialrris's honley rupt1 ait 40C.
f it' \iVho wants it? A Gump solf
ill- inkor, l1h(-lOver, 7x11 job prIess.
ere Will (o goo( work. lako us an
ick- offer. Originaliy cost $50.
Fre-h tCeai Cieese and Crackers at
'liy a warrianited nixe of liris alt (i5c'
[iss For a good smoke go to llari-Is.
ian Fresh ChOese, Crackors al d Big
vas Lot Fresh Canned Goods
ey, At Morris's.
ey, READ RULE XV.
Clithat are in O
* on any way dan- o
A gerous or of- 0
as D' fensive, also 00
e eICA patent medi- 0
rts ~ cines, nox-o
oss trums, andg
wvill empirical preparations, whose o
ingredients are concealed, will 0
the not be admitted to the Expo- 0
t' a sition." 0
Fter Why was Ayer's Sarsaparila admit- 0
, te( ? Because it is not a patent iedicine, 0
not a nostrum, nor a Secret preparatioll, 0
re- not dangerous, not an experinent, and 0
ei because it Is all that a family miedIcine 0
ole- should be. a
At the 0
icir WORLD'S FAIR o0
Chicago, 1893. 0
Why not get the Best 0
Wie - --
""Columbia Female College
Columbia, S. (0.
ilm Full elective and degro courset
Fifteen departments of instruction
c- Able faculty of specialists and distini
a .guished corps of Lectur-es. Delight
iot. ful.groun~ds. Magnificent buildings
son which -$12,5000.00 expended thiu
th e year improving and enlarging; wei
ris furnished; equipped with all mioderr
an- appliances. Labrotory, society halls
ate, gymInasium is; elegant studios, library
and Reading rooms, telescope. nov
eat chemical and Physical Apparatus
ort All rooms wvell furnished, carpete<
the and lighted with gas; hot water hea
en- Peck Smnead closets; Pure Oisteri
's.Water; Tennis Courts; Industria
the Home, reducing board to $75 a year
uc- Telephone, electric Bells. A numnbel
ay of scholarships. Famll terms begim~
a, For further information, apply t
jul REV. JOHN A. RICE, A. M., D. 1).
or The County Treasurer of Pickena
ter. wvill o pen his beloks for collection o
of taxes f iscal years 1894-95, in his of.
her- lice at Pickers, 0. 11. n the 15tl
['he of October, 1895, when thle follow
be ing taxes will be. collected:
at State tax.........4A mills.
Ordinary Co. tax. .3"
ille Railroad tax..4
ito, School tax......2
C. H. tax.........1 "
its Total..........17 ''
*r a All able bodied men be. ween 2:
ed and 50 years of ago are liable to Pol
sta A SPecil 2 imills school tax w il
dlso be <ollecte Irco liiproports holders ii
on Daytion antd Maynatrd anmi 4 mills ii
(imf- Eush-~y school distLrict s.
50I will be in my oillee until Decemn
fair' bor 1 895, at which time the book
nose w 1! close. Respecit uilly.
mer- J. TI. YOUNG BLOOD,
No- Co. Trells.
tnts MARRY TIS SIRL-80MEBODYI
n MR. 3ClOtto:-! stained a blue silk dress with
ion lemon juice; what will restore the color? I am
r. making lots of money selling the climax Digih
e. wahe.lave not mlado less than Sin any dayI
worked. Avery family wants a 1)1sh washer, and
ia pa 15 quickl when they ice thu dishes washed
il and dried perfetly int one minuto. I soil as many
washers as my brother, and he is an ou sales.
ens man. I will clear 13,000 this year. A ddress the
Climax Mfg. co0., columibus, Ohio. A nyone can
do as well asI anm doIng. M A(OllC Rt.
CC1Dennis's Liver Assi a
" Says Mrs. . C. ,Jennings: W
mies the htoutse readly for use0 in ase
guld Wheun we see had health it any
honfatnity, we hiitve in the hiouse ti
omsing remtedy to give and give
wor to nasit thei cure; we cure en
wa ihout injury and save a la
pense andit oftent prevent, nntels
naIn- ler ainO tw 'W (' lirn
t THE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCK1
'Now For the Bargains.
Never Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
f'o 10 Car Loads of Goods.
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 YarIds Dress Goo(ds.
10,000 Yards Lawns and (inghams.
10.000 Y41adsShirtings. and( Sh- e'6ings.
-1,000 Suits Clothiing. for Meni, Boys and Youth
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four Hundfl(lre(I Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five 1I1n1(d( Dozen laldies., Misses and Mten's Ilose,
,1"wo Thousaind pairs Best Sh:os, all kinds.
Sixty-Five IIundred pounds best Pl1ug Tobaeco.
Large lot Smoking. 'lohnco.
Large Stock MIllinery Goods,
ThousandIs of other thing s cannot mention hero. Come,
for the BJG SALUE is for you,
J1Mq& E. B.DICKSO4N
Gl IfZEN\ V 1I 1, . (.
Can Sell Coods at oi
below Cost and Live,
Unless He Sells a
heap of them.
We cannot reduce the pri1ce of ou r goods, because it hm~
ahiays been our custom to give our patron)s the best goods or
the market at thc shortest livi.ng p)rof its. O u r stock of Cloth
ing and Genlts' Furnishing G;ood1s was tnever mior~e comleteC it
every line than it is today. WVe have used outr utmost en
deavor to select outr stock from the best ma nutlhetu rers i r
their lines, so that each article wve sell leaves outr store will
our guarantee stamp~ed on it. All that we ask is that you givt
our stock a p~ersonal1 insp~ection before butyinig, and we will sel]
DREIFUS & Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
113 awl 115 Mlin tet , Greenville, S. C.
MISSES ,u". ROGERS.
WVe nlow ofter our entire stock of
lVJ I L L I]T]~ E
AT 25 PER CENT REDUCTION.
We make it a rule to close out all stock of each season t
make room for new;~ goods.
FEATHERBONE CORSETS A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF NURSING CORSETI
P. S.-Small line of Dr)iess, Goods at a sacrifice.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The story is in a nutsh
Out Sale in September, we
Summer Good are selling
months of service.
1 1111 Ine of' tile Cell
received, at, Old Prices.
[rAli Ladies' Oxford
JON ES *.S
arc madc to produce la
use of Fertilizers rich
Write for our " Farmers' (.
is brim full of useful information
will make and save you money,
Ti I I i Iplie 1 4 llress (;o111d \V I
I ,-i wsr :I I r :-i 4nie r oid ri.;
II i :11 ' rl ii I ts
.\LVEN Aing :nDAt'arpet
OI~LIB TEiHllAR &s BEM l)ATTI
21 \:ard 7 ven e :i 'S1: Im i I
12 3 anl, Wu cent vble hing81
Sorie HPe0cents u
I. aii ' lot tn -1iiv 'Ients i
ui'I lits te brnn
Ii :h". 15 .\lain St ret. Gre vl ,
V.S.iburi t rn d
Soel SecMulils !~ ot
1h Ill y Traps,~\\li
large ot of invy T ia e
il i ill ilgg lil OIy I mhr lae
-?U Harrl liest A pey.CI. V ui a
\(1)rnJ What lOats, Pi-:gg . hNk
it . nles, ; tes a , Slue. C.
I ll liewing Maebines i Hoth C
ID BYE. SALE!
LI -A T1
el. l)stead oI h:tving a Closing
when there are yet two <> thrd<
)Ltcpeitt r~e to or thei(
LmPtateIl Bay slale SIioes just
s will be closed Out rega)ardlcss o
SrCr and better crops by the
in Potash. g
ALIC," a .ie-pag illustrated book. It
for ihrmers. It will be sent frec, and
IN KAA IINRKS, 93j Naxs.su Street, New York..
O, YES! O, YES!
int el. l 5.. V.al ral at lon ..I . Sol[tie
E all: . lism h. .: !ni . i spod Ir ;u h e. - nt
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to\e ilit- itt, t w.t( li tilyet .-. a L N2 . I~u wIn
In \f ei . a dIl-tr n i ho il, :1toa . ('..- t
E ur Cl(rk.a i sp. ,oolit .11.. Fat .ll sh
:nI jans now . in.tI wnt t oi sel y u :1 ho0e2
9 inou s vtzI.i r h btr15.i-pwkg
' ow er & odl.t
111utai titI5(h P i iiu , S. C
.\otiyco tho iTizespofasrlh
hIliu :Ire$2 neve wtt iti n iiit, a2 bottle o
hotuse' tlt.t~.sl t .2.l b 22row, all l eadin22 12
htuit. fewl~i.2 mo tr .lho kno i\2 1ts atilt
Cre wL towthoin.sorseh:
li. 1)O0 22('e n t ra l.ivral% fin
2'D.(, .W\~lt Eaeuer, .~i~Up
t'is, C, n( n,2he S isL e
Caher Hnsome ringskin nmn
youer wC~zatcSl ~om n ~aul
II l2&cows er &ox Foole rgt,
)r Main T HOreet GrenvilleS ,
No.1 dti try ~reayspaoditonrS.d
ti raone of teetnt amid frmgeson
ilsin aptilb t,l eo cn ons aon cor
iotn throna and estr wo prsn arv
noticew ple to nvedr over worked honants
as toti-uta e achage Fren s al tuggsts