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The People's Journa
Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Ce
tral December 1pth to 14th.
Supe 'sor Hendricks was in I
office Mnday attending to coun
.Uncle Tom Price killed a h
last Thursday that tipped the bef
at 850 net.
Ernest Folger, of Easley, is ai
with J. McD. Bruce and will
pleased to see his friends.
Misses Bettie and Mary Bow(
and their brother, Thomas, to
in the Expositioi last week.
Advertisers,- stick a pin rig
here-THE JOURNAL has THE cir(
lation in this neck of the wooi
Miss Cora O'Dell, Wade al
Ross O'Dell went to Atlanta le
week and saw the Exposition
Mirs. Cora and Lena Bow
visited the Exposition last wei
Mrs. D. F. Bradley of Easley, %i
in the party.
W. J. Ponder, that big bodil
big souled resident of the Salu
side of the county, was in Picke
Read the new ads this week,
which quite a number appo
More than likely you will fi
something that will interest y(
A. A. Fields, of Easley Tom
ihip, was in town last Woek
muiness. He has a splended cc
which he was riding for the fii
The Stewards meeting of Pic
ms ci I.uit will be hold at t
Nethodist church in Pickens, Fj
day bofore the 4th Sunday in L
11 at h1
Uraig Baker treated himself lI
Monday to a bran new span
imule colts. They are surely go,
ones, and Craig, as a consequen
has to open his vocabulary on 1
J. F. Hendricks, of Conti
Township, attended the moeti
of the Methodist Stewards in toN
last woek. He is interested in t
Norris Cotton Mills and is helpi
to make thin~gs move there.
Married, at the residence of t
ity, to M:
.s, .. . ... .... igerville.
W. T. Bowen came home fr(
the Convention Wednesday of bi
week. He did not take in thee
p~osition. His friends in the cou
ty are pleased with his position
Constitutional question, and wv
voto for him for the next Conve
Dr. WV. T. Field was in town h
Saturday- He did not go to /
lanta on South Carolina Day,
business at home demandadl his
tention. His coursa in the conve
Lion was characteristic of him a
will meet the approval of his cc
3wards of Pickens circi
esday of last week in t
church in town a
a?nal settlement for t
s trence.year. Whilethe circi
(lid not meet the assessment in fu
yet the report was satisfnictory ui
der the circumstances.
A son of J. T. Childress, Eisi
of Dacusville township, was so
ously hurt on the 29th in a run
way accident. The wagon wi
loaded wvith cotton and wvas on t
road for Greemillo. In goi
dowvn a steep hill the harness ga
wvay, and the horses ran away.
WV. C. Gaines, of Central Ton
ship, killed last weoek a pig. whi
weighed 28G pounds not at eig
months old1. He says that t
farmrers of hiis section have m<
liIs on our north. tine ii ttlo lo
possum was the result. Cal. .Je
nings says the crowd had twenil
dollars worth of fun and lie wo~t
not have missed thie hunt if "nar
'possumf had-been caught.
The advertisement of the Gror
ville Coach F actory appears in ti
issub. It is needless to speak
commendation of this firm,
their wvork, samlesO of which m
be seen wherever high-grade veh
los are in use, speaks y
umes in their praise. The readi
of the JOUnNAL will do well
hoed the claimsn of this firm. TI
number among their patrons ma
of 'the good citizens of Picke
county, to wvhomn they are glad
refer as to the high grade of Lh
work. Read the advertisenme
and wheni in Greonville, call at I
old reliable institution near i
river and see some real honesty
B. A. Haynes killed a one-year
old hog lately that netted 280
Capt. T. J. Mauldin left Monday si
for Atlanta to take in the eights of la
the Exposition for a week. b<
Lis Miss Corrie Bruce returned last
Tuesday f.o1m a few days visit in
Greenville, among friends and rel- g1
og Mr. J. C. Parrott, editor of the
People's Tribune, Dalton, Ga., ty
made the JOURNAL a pleasant call H
)W Monday. hi
be -Christmas will soon be. here v(
and Harris has fixed himself for. b(
n, the occasion. Read his change in
ok ad today. *l0
Harper Haynes killed two hogs D
ht lately which weighed 604 pounds tl
u- net. One was thirteen months old,
1. the other eleven months. as
id Dr. J. R. Riley preached a very
t' appropriate sermon to a large con- ot
in gregation in the Presbyterian ar
church in town. on Thanksgiving ro
k. Mrs. Maggie Roax, of Alabama, ci
'as and Miss Stella Newbery, of Pick
ens, are visiting Mrs. A. R. N. Fol- ir
id, ger, John street.-Greenville News th
dIa Dec. 8.
l Mr. Leland Smith, of Oconee re
county, called at the JOURNAL of- fe
of fico Monday. He is a good news- of
ir. paper man, and the JOURNAL Was cO
ad pleased to see him. fri
m1. Rev. J. E. Foster has been called Pc
n. for another year to supply Secona to
on church. He preached one of his co
It, best sermons Monday to a large ry
-at and appreciative congregation. 1)
Ray. 0. L. Durant left on the in
k- early morning train Monday for ne
he Rock Hill, to attend the Methodist hr
i- Annual Conference which is in ses- bi
sion this week in that enterprising lo
and growing town. wi
rn Dr. R. F. Smith went to the Ex- Pr
k, position on South Carolina Day.
d- His friends are proud of his rec
h- ord m the Convention and will be to
willing again to put him in posi- r,
of tions of honor and trust.
er Mack Hunter, colored, Wh:> was
t. committed to jail Saturday by
STrial Justice Bramlett for selinmg cc
property with a mortgage on it, cc
adjusted the matter Monday aid pt
at was discharged from the custody
of of the jailor. u(
:A W. R. Rosemnan, colored, living cc
ii on John Lathom's place, killed WI
four hour hogs a fsw days ago, the
largest weighing nec 525 pounds,
al 14 months old, the next 430, the e
11g third, 366, the fourth 379, total,
11g J. J. Lewis, J. C. Jennings and
La. C. Thornley made a raid on Ce
dar Creek last Truesdaiy and calp
__tured a still in full operation witha
etwo op)erators, Ben Ellenburg and s
-Wesley. They were brought
before Commissioner Thornley and
term of the .U. S. court. e
ist Mr. Thomas Christopher. grand
*x. father of the auditor, died at his v
n- home near Reidville, Spartanburg T
on county, the 28th November, in the t
ill 94th year of his age- He was a hi
n. consistent and devoted member of
Abner's Creek Methodist church ti
from early life, from whichh is re-s
mains were buried the following e1
Lt- R1ev. 0. L. Durant met his regu- lk
n- lar appoinitmuant in the~ Methodist $1
'id church in town last Sunday and cr
n- preached a splendid sermon to his V
congregation. This was his last
tsermon for the year on the Pickens sm
he circuit. Hie has rendered good and R
rid accepitable service to his people, M1
he andl his labors have been a bless- fc
is ing to this ch'&rge,
11, nlef flnomor.
n- Thes followving subscribers have P
paid their subscription to ThE S
'JOURNAL since the last roll wasA
as Rilr'y Simmons, D Z Pressley,
he Mrs Harriet Griffin, T J Boggs, WV
ng D) Jones, S W O'Dell, N A Christo
ve pher, Mrs D P Robinson, A La GiL
strap, Elisha Gilstrap, J E Smith,
.W D Chapman, C A Holcombe, TI
mh D Smith, J J Chandler, Gilmer
htEmith, B F Farmor, L A Gantt,
lie Mrs J C Watkins, ft J Watkins, C
reP Miller, J TP Hendricks, W C
es ainsW B Allgoodl, A A Field,
MaheoHndricks,Laark in Hughes
ty J M Hunght s, RI A Cochran, J W
S Jewell, C E D~ay, B A Foster, J
TP Craig, J W Jo~hnsoni, D HI Ken
15t nemnore, Ephriam Gilstrap, T1 0 se
nl- .Jamison, WV T Daty, B C Baker, 8 bi
as- H Hood, J M Eintrekin. y
ne0 PrIze Offer.
n- Our farmers should h a~ve good hogs
tythis fall, and we have decidecd to offer
na premium of five dollars in cash for
the largest, alny age, hog, by Decem- or
e. ber '25th, 1895; and three dollars for ed
mis the largest one year old hog, and two
in dollars for the secondi largest--all 01
aspersons in Picke ns county who will wV
.,herafter become subscribers to Tmjj n
ol.. JOURNAL,, (paying thierefor in ad
~rs vance,) or those wvho are already
to subscribers and will p~ay upi one year J
ey in advance, are eligible. Go to feed
naing your hogs and try for this prize, er
to Remember that all persons trying for '1
iar this prize must pay up their past m- ol
idebtedness, anid one year in advance, 7'
he no later than November 1st, 1895.
on Bear these dates in mind and govern a
Mrs. J. A. Boggs and daughter,
isa Lizzie, who has been quite
,k,retiirned from Elberton, Ga.,
at week. Miss Lizzie is nuch
D. A. Chapman received a tole
am from Avondalo, Ala., on last
riday, stating that his son-in -law,
. E. Griflin, had relapsed with
phoid fever and was very sick.
is sister, Miss Eula, has gone to Cl
8 bedside and reports W. E. still
iry sick, and not much if any fo
Several of our citizens attended th
0 Exposition on South Carolina
ay, but us far as we have heard, as
oy had to put ip their own cash,T
none of thren seemed to be of
o regular sporting stripe. An
her small crowd of our citizens
e fixing to go to Atlanta tomor
We wish just here, amid the
ash an# clamor on the cotton
ising and selling subject, to re
ark that tho average cotton buy- th
has made ten dolliars on buying "i
is year to ono laft year, and ho
) defy any buyer to successfully m<
fute it. While the farmers were lit
3ling good about the advanco e
cotton and bad about giving m:
tton notes for guano, the cotton DI
iternity have nicely lined their
ickets. My proofs are in the cot
n quotations and local prices
nipared, to say nothing of facto
prices. But the farmers are a .
ry able and long suffering peo
e. When he and his family are .1
rags all all tattered and torn,
ar all other enterprises not only
>ld their own and dictate terns,
tt many do actually prosper and
ok upon their superiors often,
tk contempt, as the man who
oduces to food the hungry, is
uch niore honorable than those .
lost only aim in life seems to be w
rob honest laihor of its just
Dec. 2, 13I95. .
People are about done gathering g
rn and picking cotton. Late
rn and cotton is short to what in
J. Thomas Looper, son of Sam- -
II M. Looper, of Mica, has beel N
nfined to his bed for over four
3oks with typhoid fever, and is ta
mngerouslv ill yet.
Rev. G. W. Singleton, of Loop- Th
, is improving slowly. P
J. lMlarion Looper has suspended
ork on his house on account of
is sick brother. ABE. C
sale J)ay. a
There was an average crowvd in
rvn sale day and p)roperty sold|
fair prices as the following will
In the case of L. M. Rigdon vs.
ewis Terrell, 125 acres was sold
> J. E. Boggs for $35. Terms.
In the case of P. E. Alexander >
i. Rebecca J. H-endricks et al, A
.Wyatt w~as was the purchaser of
velve acres for $235. Terms, one
ilf cash, balance in one year.
Ephrniam Gilstrap bought one
ijird intere)st in 500 acres for $13, 2
>ld at the suit of Louira Rhodes, "
al, vs. Ephriam Gilstrap et al. ~
orms, onie-half cash.
W. E. Alexander had 110 acres "
nocked dowin to him for *
S85, sold1 by ordecr of court in the a
iso of Sallio Alexandor et alvs
~. E. Alexander.
There was lively bidding in the ~
le of the land in the case of
chard Lenhardt vs. George E. ~
'oore. J. P. Carey got 135 acres
There will be a meeting of the
ickens Rifles at their Armory,
iturday, 7th inst., at 3 o'clock. -
full attendance is reqluostedl. By
F. E. Cox, T. J. MAULDIN,
Dear John, Woa! Don't get -
ared at. the cars. You will got a
ui.dle of fodder after whuile, if
am de not dIrop) your T1 inm the
>ggs. "C?"PIKNSNTET. -
Thie JouIxAL is p)ublishing the
it of subhscriboris, as they pay, andl
Il take it as a favor if any one is
nitted that it heo reported to the
All p~ersons1 owing meoen accounta
otherwise will loneao come for
ird at once and1( settle, as I am I
~oding the m'oney badly.a
WV. C. RAMLET'r. b
FI"I.:I TO ,JoUnNAI, REAnunis.-THE ~
>UJnNAT. is anxious that its subs5cri- it
rs should have the adv antage of
ery goodl thingm going. WVith this
d m viewv we have arranged with
he IIlostermnan Publishinug Company, 1
Springfield, Ohio,, for a supp)~ly ofa
aarly subscriptions to their great
onthlyLme A merican Farm News" n
hichi will 1)e 1mresented FREE ToN Ev
RY PAIl) IN AIvANCE subscriber to '
IUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
December is here.
Now for the good things for
The good people can always (1e
nd upon us for having something
r the holidays. Let the boys and
-is come along. You come with
Now in stock and to arrive a nice
sortmient of useful and ornamental
ys, Candies, Fruits,
Fire-works, PreFents for
both old and young. I
Substantiials for the Cold
cc Furniture, Stoves,
We thank our good friends for
3 handsome manner in which they
ihed around us" last month, and
pe to have another grand rally tliis
mth with the others who were a
e blated. Let us all get togeth
and make things lively for Christ
)N'T FAIL TO SEE
OUR BARGAIN LOT
W. T17. M'FaU.
I haveta fine lot of
o11.1d anilicl 1 1111 selling at
"Rock Bottom" Figures.
P' I ille.s and lleeswax will be taken
pa villt, for eatiher. Call andi see nay
11 eiillitieil tiunnelty.
Land for Sale.
A tr'acit, Of hatil n111 Gregor''S Cree-k fo ur
les froti 1Pickeits, vontaiining 80) acrns,
icres In a in 41e state of (.cltivition, hal
ce il ioriginal forest. Will bu sold at
ivat'o s4ale at low figlres ati oil ewty
nis. Aiply to T. C. ROIlNSON, Pick
otice to Debtors and Cred
All persons having clainis against the s
te of .1. P. Lay, cle.'ense', are replestilI
preseIt tite sainle, properly attested to
(- un1ersignel by the 1st diay of Ferainry
06. Those indeiti'd to 81111e e stato wil1
east settle with the und1(ersignlec.
N. .1. 31AnTliN,
nd One-Half Time.
I haive se'veral goit wor'k moules
an1(1 horses for 'sale On terin to~4L
C. L. Hollingsworth.
GOODS By The Cargo!
Lon041s of Gootis in1 and1 more to co0ine4.
The H. & 1). anti( 8. A. L. are'( gonue hi:i 1
ir the rest. of thle stock, so in a few aliys
(e n14ay coun11t onl a fuill sutpply fron begini
ing to encil.
we have.'( ani unuilsual ('o1lltionl of1 wonder-.
ily bieatitifni D re~ss Goodis. All the new
<eaves in the new coloirinigs ani 'olorV4-il
i xtuires selecteil carefillly andl houight, to
iIl celr. "'we ha~ven't Jioh Lot.s itl 411 ast,
T Styles.'" Onri eiffort always is to put4 hi.
t l'ellrest (lnersthe1(4Il~4tieesrelial lss
Everyt.hin ig he(re stanitis the test of fish,
in's ri Ie, so yon enn buy your D)ress withI
Tr'iitiiniigs an114 Liniings of the newest.
shiion to1 n1ih D~ress oloods.
All Ilepbarth4nenIts are takinlg inl stoick rap
13y 4an1( inl a fe (1lays we1 hope to haivo
ent fatll froml topl to bottom.
McALISTER & DEATTIE.
(Nex\t (100r to Naitional Ban1k )
Tphone1111 No. 87.
P. S. BUi'rk Patiterns.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a
popanwrand an honest Opinion Write to
0,who havo had nearly titty years'
tion si riely eo tldo1lal.b A llidobfok 1 ii
formiatin "noring P'ntentsa and how to ob.
1444 Ihumin Rent re Ailo a cai talogue of mechan.
P'atents taken throtugh Muinn & Co. recolvo
11144 ar0 b roug t widely bofore ther plbe withd
Issued weey le ntltyi iustrated handd fa tr
largest Ocieltltton Of any 8cientifle wora in the
Wrorld. 83 a year. Sample copies sent free.
Biuldinig Edition mion biy. $7i.0 a year. si ngto
f p eshCents. 4(ery n im 14Crcontains bilall
boitties, with plans. enabimtg ijuilers to show tihe
latest (designs and secuire Contracts. A ddress
MUJNN CO., NEWY YOnIK. 301 BnIOADWVAY.
Physician and Surgeon,:
lleeo at his r'esi(1liec Mlini S tree(t.
With careful rotation of
ops and lib~eral fertilizations,
>ttonl lands wvill improve. The
P)plication, of a proper ferti.
r~er containig suf ficient Po t
sh often makes the differeni'v
9tween a p~rofitab~le crop
.ilure. Use fertilizers cont
g not less than 3 to 40
~ainit is a complete spe<
)lir pamiphlets areo t a114dvertising rirculiars hb
ti speil feruilizers, but aire piractia works. co:i
the resulti f .1 te st experimentsl' inl lius
cry cotton farmne'r shl..d haive a copy. i.e,
it free for the0 askinlg.
GRMAN At W RI(S,
Our heavy loss by firo Mon
day. lorces us to call on you for
immediato settlement. If you
over expect to 1el p us I]ow is the
time to do it. We will buy cot.
ton and continue our business
as best we can under cire.tun
stances. Cqme to sco us at oic(e
as this is a vital matter with us.
W. M. HaGoo) & Co.
THE BEST ARE MAD 'BY
H. C. M ARKLEY,
Who Also Solls io
The .. Studebake .".Waons
And Every Variety of Fine Carria', Ilu Mzies, C rts,
and Harness, Ilardwrie, Paints, 0is
Greenville Coach Factory.
G. W. SIRBRNE, Sru opri tendni.
JoiNES & N
Have had such an enorimous ' l .\ D1 f)or the past
month that they have bleell O!rdrin::
New Goods I]ew 0- c .
Every Day EveryDay
Look Out Look Ou
For some Special Drives to arrive in every liin thi \veek.
10 pieces more of those 40 inch .L li; (Yoiit :'t cents.
7 pieces 54 inch Broadcloth at 5Y n (I.
Many strive to imitate these two sp1 IF ofor,, but they
can't (10 it so tihe dear people say.
It makes us laugh to hear tien cry.
*We have them from 5 cents per ir ii ii.
Our children's School 1Hoso at 12.'. evini ( M[Ui t> any 12 conPite
IHose in town.
Already sold more than we did inst Scauim. N w line to arrivi
Childrens undlerwear a spoeintly. (Oiv(e n1 th.ir' no~e, we wil
give you their sizo--and1 almost give *yo u Ii iu ment.
Our Price On Shoes O~ur PriceOni Shioes
Is so lowv that you couldn't hear it if we we a menI it'.
JONES &~ CM/M1C3ON.
Regulators of Low Prices.
-P~S A\gont Standard 1Patternms
'GREAT SU NR
WVe are overstocked. \\~ kno c 'onl has
In price, and we have cut ou r prices, so \.niin yo want first
class g~oodsl in ther
line, kindly give us a call and we wm mi u e
WESTFEL. MS, Y"
~NtLiER & CRU* i'kKS
WVithi a newv and el selII 'vu tnek *o
Ladi'ies' and Genitlemen's Iinie Shoie. fial y
I erceiving goods.% e'very dlay d irecIti' frm in. Fatio .
Shoes Neat, Comfiortabhle and4I Last in
No. 105 N. MAIN STR EET, CGreenville, S C.
O'.~Agents~ for the W. L. D)O)U( L Ass Warranted 4' shoes. OCt:In3:
The * People's ounl
:ub;iptin l'ri Itl
wiI buyi you ai (lean, We(n-I rinIIal N4o *. j4r hit I i Choein 4~ Iealin
Matt er E vr W. 4k.
Orders for All Kinds of
Solicited by Mail or Othewiso and Promptly
Polivorod at Pricou that will Defyr
I 'your Suimriptioni! 1rinig or Seiti in your Job Wot
i Alt us have yo o,yI fo a 144 i i Adi.
A. Go Wya
EASLEY S. C.
2N7E1y;V V &OO00DS)'
Just arrived and Cheap. Come
and see them.
4sY-Tho: o who owo me will please
como and pay without further delay
A. G. WYATT,
ottif Easley, S. Ca
WVE PAY CASH!
For Hides, Beeswax, Tallow
re--WEI sel larne ,ss Leather, Upper
Kips, Call Skins, Sheep Skins, Lace
Leathr, Ilne Strings in any amount
Cower & Coodlett,
101 Maii Street, Greenville, S. C.
T\V EN TY E NEl1ItETIC MEN TO
,ell :] wing Mik-ines in South Caro
lint. \We want to swap Pianos, Or
ga~ or1 H-w mI .\lihnes for Twenty
) 1!D HOllS ES In work to Sowing
Mai\:ne wagons\Vi~uPr. \VrIito
AEX ANDER BROS.& CO.
I S W'ashington Street,
* tGE El'NVILLE, S. 0.
A i-yallon Ccftce Pot for 1o
A i1 .t uitrn 35 cents.
I /)t i\l ilk lPans; cheap.
Su. " t Table ~Plates at
ass Oil Can in town
71b canl Tomatoes [o cents;
$1 iwr down~i.
Black Pepper i o cents, 3
1)Ound)S for 25 cenlts.
TIhe Best Apple Vinegar 20
cents a !2allon.
I ot Calicos Outings, Jeans,
Jeans 1'onts, etc., cheaper than
you can buy elsel here.
11 ATS at 'COST.
Thev ab ove prices are for
CASI I O)NIY,andl with every
(lollar's worth, you get a nice
pice of glasswaire free.
Yours for the cash,
~Johni T. Lewis & Son!
ARE~ YOU COMING!
Tio ihe i; N I (l'iTION?
.\ r ou ining to ii I ihelii Ex PoarrION? If
eocioui hlons arie i)tio be had for 1,000
guei si s peri Iay. TheI~ only firait--class Ho
tel inl lin-it'(y chaL-~ring OxNv $2.00 por
Nos. :10 82 8 I Sout h1 Pr'iyor Street, H all
I'8iik from1 ( ari Shed,
Ili lhlProi Safle for IiabIlallP, Carf.
'isliTe tiei--t l~iis ini the City. The
Tha &:eatest A T PRAOTION
Be.le f Gettysburg.
on I '- a ei iii I 'iedillolit1. A VelIlle.
Brin' i'-~m4 on.
loIi all~ fel t' e ft yn.! Job lot oft
his Mvery~ *ilhip, fromi a inrter up. I can
lieinsi yitn in clolthling am1l unditerwear.
lonii lithieik fIl o(f battrgainso in every line.
Whlen it comesl lto L ay dry goods, I am
w ii b'i you wlh prli-es, right. chlristmnas will
soon1 hei here-. I dtt 11tine Ie you fruits for
your ilnkes(1. N ite lot of eniesI~, raisins,
aron1i, ini fact evtiyth intg. P'owdior andi shot
forhi tihi shooter, iiom14ed1 shells and 'wads;
rir eworks for the boys;4 toys for theo chil
drenl. hliin'h forlget liny warranted ax fo:
65; cents4, oil at 15, tenttsi,soda 2%4 centa.
Brinig onl your~i eggs4, f wantII them~ all. Alec
Your- for a1 big time,0
-. ~Wj5 T. 0. HARRIS.
in. 3-95Pickens, 8. C'
I will buy Cotton at Central and
Calhoun, S. C. Am in a position to
k give -Tor prices. Don't fail to see
mo1 bei.foro you buy.
oct'dm3 A. JL BOGOS.