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The People's Journal.
LOC AL ITElYA.
Miss Cora Bowen is visiting t
friends in Central. 1:
Major D. F. Bradley was in town f
Tuesday on businoess.
Miss Tirzah Hughes is visiting
See the advertisement of the Vic- I
toria Hotel. If you go to tho Ex
position, stop there. C
If Satan over laughs, it must be
at the hypocrites; they are the v
greatest dupes he has.-Colton.
For'tho sake of depriving others t
of pleasure, some people are willing 1
to endure hardships themselves. C
Dr. J. J. Morgan, of Dacusville, I
was in town Monday to see Waltor
Griffin, who continues to b very e
ill. ' r
James G. Seaborn, who has be3n J
teaching a large school at Concord, t
near Seneca, is hoio for the vaca- 1
Dr. R. F. Smith, momber of the
Constitutional Convention, speit
Saturdlay and Sunday at his homo
The hardest people on earth for ti
an editoi' to please aro those who a
borrow the papor from rogular t
To store our memories with a
- vA f ; niiJQIien. is; to fill with r
- Walhialla, d
ana1( A. my3 > Y b ., - Groenville,
nttondod court last wook on pro. k
Prof. J. L. Mturphroo will sing a
lesson in vocal music, at Oolonoy d
Baptist church, on the first Sunday p
in October at 9 o'clock, a. im.
A man should never be ashamed a
to own he has been in the wrong,
which is but saying, in other words,
that he is wiser today than he was
Dr. Riley met his regular ap
pointmonts Sunday in the Prosby- s
torian church. He delighted and a
edified his congregations with two
of fur- (1
thout it 0
The reason why seome people
cannot mind their own business is a
two-fold; one is that they have no dI
mind, and the other that they have t~
Don't for a moment suppose a
that the wvorld or any part of it,.
wvill go to pieces when you leave it. a
The world is a great dleal more w~
necessary to you than you are to it.
The fellowv who advertised iced F
drinks "as cold as charity" no
doubt had a prettyv clear concep-u
tion of the kind of charity which.
wve sometimes show to our follow
Miss Sallie Duckworth, daugh
ter of Mr. B. W. D~uckworth, is F
withi the Misses (Rogors in Groon- f.
vill -, andl will bo pleased to see
her Pickens friends and sell thomn V
goods at a low price, a
All of D). W. Mclonald 's chil- (
dren are up and inproving of the
fever, except his oldest son, Oscar,
who was confinod1 rocontly to his
bed, hut it is not thought his ill
neoss will prove dan1Iger'ous.
The prize drill hotween thme mom
bors of' the Pickenms Guards, at Mt. V
Carm ol, notice of' whlmich was given r
last week, will take place on Sat- (
uriday evening beforo thle first Sun
day in Octoher at 3 o'clockc.
Captain Mann ig Jones, of
Maynard1, attondled courtf last wocik 1:
and mado a pleasant call oni Tu: i.
JOURNAL. He is oighty years old1, 1
but is vigorous and active, and t
looks after his businos like a young lP
Ituport P. TIhomas, son of .John s
Trhomfas, of D~acusvillo, was a wit- n
ness in the Bontley case and recoiv- e
ed many complimonts from tho y.
court and officors for his intolli- d
-gence and courtly manners. Hie a
is only thirtoon years old1. p
T. D. Harris has a carF of salt, at
Easley for the P. & E. R. IR. to haul
up. lie has his store packed and
jammed with goods, and will soll g
thorm at close p)rices, as a glance
at his advertisement will show.
Hie also has fine cigars, Sabiroso,
etc., and smoking and chewing to
bumccos for everybody.
Th~le following citizens of Pick- v
ens county were convicted andl re- I
ceivedl their sentences at the last a
term of Uni ted States court,: Au-i
gustus ''hiitm ire, four months ins
Pickons jail ; Lewis Roper, ono
mog.th in jail: Jiohn W. Herd, sir i
m<oTitbs ii jail ; Ji. M . Chapman, 1
twvo muon'hls in jail ; .Jamos L. 1;
Stewvart, three months in jail ; S
John Wooten, three mon ths in jail ; f
Joseph C. Dodgens, six months in a
jail ; WV. M. Chapman, six months
in jail ; James R. Bahh, three hi
months in jail ; Arthur White, t
colored, four moths in jail; Riley I
Potte'. four months in jail.i
The case against Isaac Bentley
esulted in a verdict of guilty of
anslaughter w'ith recommenda. (
ion to mercy. Ho was sentonced 'i
. five years at. hard labor in the V
onitontiary. This was considered
victory for Mr. Carey, the do
Jack Hughes was tried for houso- u
reaking and compound larceny I
ud was acquitted. C. E. Robin
iouiid guity of r
r and rocoived a i
n' at hard labor
3 the penitentiary.
Thomas Hamby was acquitted
f assault with intent to kill. Mr.
larey defended him.
The case against W. A. Martin q
ras tried in his absence and the 'I
ordict was guilty. A soaled son
onco was deposited for him, but
e appeared after the sessions
ourt adjourned and was discharg
d on his own recognizanco, to a)
ear at tho next term of the court. -
Joseph L. Hendricks, who was 8
onvicted 0f assault with intent to F
aivish, was recommel(ded I)y the I
Liry to morcy alid was sentenced a
o) throo yours at hard labor in ithe I
They wero taken (owi to the li
Olitn tiariy last Monday morn ing Ii
'y the glar(l.
In the court of Common Plons
he Only Cas1 for the jury was the .
no of Lothe Ann O(rifli, t al.
gainst Rebocca Whitmliiro, et al., 9
"d it was for the recovery of A.
ract of land derde( to Mrs. Whit- '
iiro by Robecca Kirksey. Thmet
ordict was for tho defendants,
h-> wver represented by J. P. Ca
)y, Esq., Mossrs. Boggs & Maul
in being for the plaintif's.
On the equity sido of the Court,
ecroo for foreclosuro and salo was
ikon in tho'caso of Sallio Mutli
in against T. L. Robertson. 0
The sam order was passed, L.
E. Rigdon against Lewis Terrell. 9'
Judgment for $101.28 was roen
3rod, J. T. Blassengamo agaimst.
J. Williams. c
Decree confirming compromiso
Ad discharging administrator was
iken, W. T. Grifilin, et al., against
R. Craig, et al.
Decree for foreclosuro and sale
as taken, Greenville Supply Com
any against James Peek. S
\irit of partition and order of h
dio was takon, 1). A. Cooper et al.,
gainst Elizaboth Coopor ot al.
In the caso of George W. Banks
gainst John Skelton, ot al., decree"
as taken confirnung report of
4foreo and for cancellation of h
cod and mortgage. This was an
itorosting caso and something outt
f tho regular busineiss for Piickone 0
J1. 1B. Newber~y, Probate JuIdge,
gainst Mtary T. Hesteri, et ali., a
ecree for foreclosure and sale was
Paul Alexandsor et al,, against
1. E. Alexander, decree for sale
Lid distribution was taken.
Abner Griffin against S. N. Wy
Lt, order dismissing the appeal t
Richard Lenhlardlt, against Geo.
.Mooro, et al. , order confirming a
port of relorce and for foreclos- ft
ro and sale was passed. ti
J. M. Stewart, C. C. P., adinl- hi
trator, aigainlst Thomias Cannon(11, p
L al., order recommitting to spec- P
1 referee was passed. h
Pleasnnt E. Alexander against
obecca J. Henldr'icks, et at., decree
>r foreciosure and sale was taken.
Wade Hlollingsworth, et at., vs.
~. C. Tlomipkmis, adinistrator, ot.
i.. ordler sustaining oxcpt ions to
(iereo of Probate Jud~ge was taken.a
In the case of Caroline Blrock, ot
ieot gran ted t he motin to re
)lrm tihe (1eed ol Stephen Clayton ~
SA. T1. Clayton, by inserting tile
-ordl, heirs, and t horony min ig,
he0 deedl convoy the fee. The
lainti fls, it is ulndorstoodl, will
ot alppeal, and this will make Mr.
'Doll's title perfect.
Q~ui to ai sonsationi was1 Cron1ted ill
>wn last Sunday, ab)out midnight,
vor~ the repor0lt of ain attempit to I
nclh Isaac Bentley. Sunday
ight, James Bentley, the father of
maac, was inflormied that two p~ar
0s were being organized for t he
urp~ioso of taking his son from jail i'
nd hanging hjim to [lhe first 1limb. ,
o James Bontley hastened to tho I
deriff, ariiving in towin about '
winight and1( sp)read(ing tho niews.
hor il'f~ Mclaniol and( 111 aot tirt y
cluintoor~s mado0 pr'eparationl to
ofond( thle prnisonorl, collectIng
rmiis and aimmuniitioni and
lacing thiemselvcs iln battle array.
amp) fres and1( lamps dlispelled C
1n dlarkness of the scelnery and "1
Illected the met ahli luster of thie
uns11, staIckeOd airound( the yard~( in
ount less numbers~l', yet oimplty as a e*
eor keg at. the armory a ftir a mili
arvI' parade~l. Th'le I lchors1 did e
oit'appear and1( hosaigo tile .jaili and
s defendors.1$ buit a mysVteriouis lhe
ng with a long gun and1( broad hiat
as8 soon onl thle str'eets sp)yin~g ouitl
he land anld counto the I' meln \
nid guins iin and aben't. thei jail. it u
) sulpposed( ihis repor.t of what iho
iiw ini Pic krns chiand thrI(Ile pl anii
)ir the night, andl~ that t guiardo I
1 chargo of' Isaac I b-n 1ev wi old i
o 'vorpowere'd and relievid of'I his 1
horitf McDaniel took timo1 b he i
arolock andit lput isaac IIkntley
wiay ini some1 hiding plaice, whiero)
h0 angry crowdl coild 1(not finid
im, if they waun ted to. Every
ling is quiet now, (Monday,) and
saac will dlonbitless roach the pen
niary iln safety.
n Mlemaoxy Ot 31. S. Kenueanow4
Vio died Aprll the 16th, 1895, at I
horne In Plokens, S. 0.-Written by
niece, 10va D. Jailes, of Cherokee, G0
sir <ear nucle hats passed away,
hey bale ini(1 hiin sweetly to rest,
(e loved him we'thoight,
,tt indeed we did not.
or Jesis aloleiloved him best.
e 1r0 all very sad anld lonely now
bhen we think of the one that lia. gont
ut it is sweet to think
[ has a sweet plac
.1 the beautiftt heavenly hiome.
'har'e'8 Peace anid love and sweet hal
r the beautifil Home far above,
here uncle lils gone to ( well,
'o sing tihe Savlor's blessedu lore.
osus, w'hile Our lic-arts are saletted
Iler the polls that. death i as won.
Ye would, at. t his solem n thinkin g
ahnily say thy will be 1one.
Thouigh we'reV sad, We're not forsaken
hlouiglh we're lonely, not alone,
'htout didi, give and Thou hast. takens,
lessed Lod thv will be done.
Li lnE wr' yTin Er, 9 | 23 1 '95.
Tho protracte(d meeting contin,
ed th rough this week at tle Pros
yterian church with four acces.
1on1s to tho church. Rev. B. P
evd filled Iis appoilitllelts al
'oIndlOtOn 111d Calhoun Sunda3
lud proached horo last night, again
[ is a yoIng man of rare attain.
mnts and groat ability as a roviv.
list for his ago. Those who havc
kissed lieariig his sermons last
o) k havo let some raro opportiu
itie's )as4. ''ho meeting will be
ld(fin itely continued with preach
ig at night. No doubt tho con
iregation will unianimously con
mt for the enemies of poaco and
>od order who lot old Nick haltei
ilm in tile church yard the otlhol
ight1 will gladlv allow thom rm
isido the cliuricl, provided the
ri in usti r sel f respect enough noI
> Ulk during preach ing. All art
olcoio to como11 and enjoy preach.
ig and NW o aro glad to have o ery.
>dV come, but, don't bring a dech
' cards o' a bottle of liquor as
KIN ar'0 Io out plae anld 1101sy
m1orally. A hog would not stool:
> low as to go trotting to church
iti a bottle ofI liquor or (dcck of
"rds in his pocket to raiso Cair
ith, it looks so had you know.
Junius lioggs, who had his arm
mtgh I on a lI in shaft belt, is (io.
ig finely at this writing. Pros.
Dts of his recoverry seem vor)
LvorileI. Ifo is in charge of Drs
holdon and Williams, who giv<
im good attention.
Dry and hot, hot and dry, ever)
iv 1111d every night.
Cot ton is opeinhg very rapidI2
Ad is being gathered and sold
ur no0w cotton weighor has gottor
imself in shape, an(d if it was no
>r hittuig some old sores I woul<
-l1 you about what a great differ
Aco it has made already in oli
aloi or ruin ismi in this nuarket.
In this world a man is likely t
et what hi' gives. Men's heart
reo like a whispering gallery t
ou.If you speauk softly a genti
hiprconmes [back ; but if yo
oid, you got scolded. With wha
enasure you mote it is measaurei
A ndrew Bramlett, of Pickens
d( C. WV. Martin, of Easley, stoo(
to comnpetit ive examination 01
le I21h1 inst ant f'or a scholarshil
thle Citaduel Academy. Tfhe pa
r's was gradeod Saturday by th
(lard of Exami ners,andl Mr. Bramn
it was (declaredl thle winnor (of th<
Rev. JIohn1 El lenburg, assiste<
y Mriin. .Jae 111 i Illspio, ofl Sonecai
Ir'. St ewar't, of Pelzeir, and Mr
aminpbellI, held a series of open
ir' meetin gs last w(ook in Col
[ohlIiingswior'th's lot next to J
IceD. Bruce's store. Thore wat
>mo0 in torest maim fested, lbut thor<
'(re no0 accsslims1 01' conversions
There will be a meeting of th<
'ickenis R illeIs at their armory Sat,
rdamy at 4 o'clock, p. mn., to elec
flicers for v'acant laeios. By or
It of T. ,J. MA A~itms, Capt.
A' r LAj-r-i' have good oil. M:
rico is 15 cenits per gallon.
TI. D). IlA nnrs.
P'lease 5 announ01ce) tihat, thiere wil1
o a ch ildren's collection day a
1ho Li bery Baptist church on th<
fth~ 8unday in this month. Dri
'.M. Bailecy, fronm Groo'nvilloc, wilI
o heors on that day.
B. F. PAnsoxsS.
LibIorty sub-alliance is to me
> ('lect delegait('s to the county aml
auico, and to attond1( to other im
ortat ma1I ttttors, next Sa turda'
'Iingt~. S('pt IEmbor,0 28th, mat th rei
'clock. TI. Ht. Mooins, Sec.
(Giv'en to studhents wishin1g t<
ilor' thei Ensley Girade.d School a
ill on or addhr'ss,
S. N. Wy'rr-ri, Prop'r'.
Who wants il'? A (Gmnp sell
Ia r., hamntd-levor, 7x 11 job pr1esI
ill do( glood wyork. Mako us5 a:
1Yer'. Or iginally13 cost $50).
Noi('i.-P. C. Caritoo~ will bo ii
iaes 12th and1( 27th oif one
ionit h to lbuy chickens and ogg
ir caish. sept21
MA RR Y TIS OiR L-8OMEBODY I
atn. icrron: I stainedi a l.inn eilk drcess with
h-mon~a jucic what will restore the rotoir ? I am
worked. /Aery fam ily wantsI a 111,1h wshe11r, anid
ra 5 ouiky whe theyI~o een the, dI~iha waii.hied
antd uiried Prfe['ctly in, 'one inutell. I it'll as8 many0
washers'3 as8 muy hii cihl-r, and' he I io, suob lols.
man. I will cle'ar *1,0In tis year. Adderesa th~e
imoax if. Co., giunh~ b.e Amhio .e an
1Our Fall Goods,1
Were Bought before any advance in Prices.
We are Opening Them up Daily.
Bargains In Every Line.
0'Woe want Your Trade.
Prices and Quality just Righ
IE"Highest Prices paid for COTTON!
el. NIO . 13U4TC]0
DOES THIS CATCH YOUI
CONSIDERING CIRCULATION OUR ADVERTISING
RATES ARE CHEAPER THAN ANY PAP&n
IN THE UP COUNTRY,
Circulation 1,000. Readers, 5,0C
JUDICIOUS ADVERTW'ING IS TI
FOUNTAIN OF SUCCESS.
A WAGON LOAD.
does not ne0c.saily imly content and haip
p iiness on the part oft its po)ssessor. It, is
not money that gives u~s pleasurie, hut thie
Sthings that money will buy.
0 Some people0 spend money foonlishily, and
o fan1cy they find enjoyment in doing it, hut
Itho pleasure is more fancied than real. No
mainn who advertises in or subscribes for
TIIE PEOPLES JOUNAL
to conivine~ himii of is wvisdoim.
You will hik' IlE .JOt I:NAL,
mere'ly heau hm lrd I t othr loi II
bu t bia wi is re llya ieabl pal
~~1'~ Unlii t of'
The People's Jourm
Suppose This Was You
You would soon1 comle to It e~~ onluslin t hat .\dueriing
The +People's *Journal
Who is it fhalin't ibrdfIio to pay 11he
Will buy you a Clean~i, Well-l1 rini..I \'e .' - jh-l with Chioice Ikadling
Orders for All Kinds of
4'. Solicited by Mail or Othewis~ and Promp~iy
De Plivored at Prices that will Dofy
Send ini your Subhi4criipti i' I 4w or .e... in .'iiriJ' i
(T/' Samn Oi c5 f'ornishted on1 1)) onienf in.
The story is in a nutshell. IlSL(
Out Sale inl September, wec puI Septer
Summer Good are selling-when l he
months of service.
Fu11 Line of the Celebr,
received, at Old Prices.
[MEAli Ladies' Oxfords will be
JONES & GA
The One Crop
of fartnin.' Idtally exhausts the land, untles!
high per centage of Potash is used. Ihetter
S larger bik acconut can oily then be cxpect
W'ite fr 41111 " Iaimers' Guide," a 1.2
is brini full (1f usefilI info rmation fior farimcis.
will make and save you lioncy. Address,
GERMAN KALI WO
Th2 nlaini -v1k I l Wrr
o :it, 415- .. pi e 1-1: ,1 :,.
si.\'El it 1 ) 11.1 I).i l I;0 ia ;) i I .~
: Gl L ad eI.~ &e 1,1: TIEel 1
\V adowSh~b-e15 (-nt i p
< I1 1 'till I
A \1 int ii , o \ 1 herlI~ hrre has pro
ALEXANTER &BEATT&IE. E"4l W
l'. c. I"trc PALtr 1. S,
n0W1wn to swpIins,(r o
( R)l) I I ll~ S o W rk .0 e ing Il
I I SWash ion)t reI
-* 1 l ItJNl% is ~-hla be
tulst ues \\e ave*jlsI pe:o a
tw ele es, but?1~l~ wi e it rv toq
mos lie. We hav:e 1 ' ju t4en
kurny dS Ir s,10 Drilrs, Sir l in ).
in n w li e to n(11orvewrkedp Iirc h 5I n .
cens pr pckae por fl ydug~n Ie~,
ad of iaving a Closing
aber prices on now wher
rc are yet two or three
biy State Shoes jw
dosed out regardless of
i a Fertilizer containing a
Crops, a I)ttr soil, and a
page iihlstrated book. It
It% will be sent frece, and
KS, 93 Nassau Street, New York.
A I loeld 41 f 4 al 4 t 11l41y, 125 11)
Iks. if %-II will voo4e <pt-ik I will
vIl at. ilh'. Iwfor4 1 get. it, all awvy
r l hIsI I, few lays. Neairly
1 i4 of ya. wi.l shI..Ie ing now inl at
i4 ;I phonII you'l ean't, tll everyN
ill :i% e ,yIl 1111i-y n1% j)i e1ans 1114
1 i 111. 114.1 to 1 ea I t-1141
. . . m i nvig 11111 v n41111
1.4 (' t V i orIII C'lark's thail l
of clting just, inl--prict-s lo1wer.
n to Ia l vm 1111 lle 1(11 alyl4 ~l
coni iible, pnsseedl votton,
chilsensl anld egg.
Yr411114 fi l i ra(1e.
T. D. HARRIS.
-M l'ila-asS. C'
44 of th1 clii o ll: of Ra11ii o Villi,
areV ne1ver' w ill-Iet, a1 bottle of
r14111's 'o ugh Nvil l yd it nll thl
:ys .4a4oh it Iltrow, th 11311'e ldi
I i . IEarle, I 'ieen ; I '. N.
It; II'nit-ir &v Ikoggs, Liberty; IL,
idecs, Beeswax, Tallow
'4 IE14 sllarness4 Leaher, Upper
alfI Sins,4~ Sheep44 Skinis, Laice
wer & Coodlett,
1in SI.tree, Greenville, 8. 0.
tice to TrespasserS.
ll4 ii 1 t . illg IIJIali lIly h1111dM af1i gO-.
oug Ly Hastlreswolprsonhar
:14i4i4.4 to 1-11 of of) mr y lands, t e x--cl
rnathe ,i li high ways.. N ThNlis
8:.4 Li e' Holigswortslhy
I 1s1. Soil ') Fo'
on agol t'i was rou1e ' wiha
an 3utomr to ft. treed
Vlsi Thglf. ite ONGL
N. W-~it Earle iceS; A. V11N Wy
Cent'I ral . A prhlL.
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