Newspaper Page Text
From Lberty. I.
D. A. Charnblin showed us a fair-, is at
nip the other day that woighod 71 son C
pounds. Ho has a pattch or vory and T
fine turnips consideri ng the dry ious t
iat fall. Davo is quito a suecosful far- Jol
or. mor who lives ti home'.I town
led Wheat sowing and cotton pick- I)Ioyv
led ing is being rapidly finihlied i). pa t iI'
lst- J. C. Boggs and 11fam Ily, of SIabI- fm
lie, town section, boarded iho train at.
>n- this place the other day for T xas. Th
There is considera'Io movimg I
about hero this fall and vacant
tio houses aro scarco in this vicinity. 1.0
There was an alarm of fire hore I
the other night about 8 o'clock,
sap and it was found that the cot t1n
vill on the depo platform was inl a fair
way to go up inl smoo. I wa -
mo- prniptly dumped oil th4 T1rounm0 r
and rolled a safe distam-e ii. o tib
tie dpo aind watered out t30'Cy 04.1, 1*
bales wore singed and :,: . hdu'ni
lod will cover the danp. t.\ l n 81- 4
I1th uitesj more fif'ty hal-!..; :a t ,n h
the d(po would hii i n da
the ed. A spark friim a
Pigo. SUI)POSed to hav:: sta.r' (Ih 4 r
\e liard of :P Ii il, h
who wero ili a great *;',h. u- ,
they visited thew inx;.-.. s" I'
say they we'r titv V n ed h
to own they wor from th dio e(d
the State of, outh Can. . hv., .ai
ing them think a1bon ' nod e it 1) m
ive they canl thinlk ()f r1o\ '-Yf* h1v an,
can do botter. If so,'it is a (11t v wdd
t they owe themse'lvs' t o vlunw
got. Tho Stitv enn pr m hi
led illman ad lh an sni 1o : a g"t
terror to thoso fin1 rei of th, who h
Past as they did not digrc th -I dra
of StAte as claimed, it was th1e solid fa1vor41
wn truth they tolhl tinat v)'. to strn who
C. for their foeho di._ +- m t l1'n
report now is tha T 'h1'n 1m i d
Rr, Evans are very ppular in GeIr. w4(
lat There will he a Xmn ri:; at . t Th1. .
Baptist church on the niht of the trm%
24th of Docemhr. -\ll (lo woril
the nd tho balni e imkmd are
Invited to atttenid nu. p4r'i P
as. if they dosii'. 0 ('
.J. E. Parsons. - . 4 44 l
ge, last weekc. It.we-: :!0 -
ess was II)OIt tw 4 : , .
aid 1 loolly, Coloi , :
all. killed oe tha . h. C .: ,
tie it also was two V:, 1 J.
Smith killed on !- i mont
-ter old that weighd . a 4d 4
de Come along wit h pmr , -
's. Doc. 17th 1895. C
tho 44 *'24
St.r ntiElmAs, itl4 1 -
., * nction withi our' b 1 4-]
id- Rev. Olin L. Dura 4
with his d<-part a1ro n*- 4.111
god we lose t he as Ie a a
gui- tian wifo and e a
his Whoreas, we f
efforts .that h Li; 4
2103 main taini a hen IH h'' :' -sh -
sat this church ii. '. h' -
its' ana wifo have't beenII. .-,
Wheroas, by 14
the commflluty loa.
VIs- tingent1, 1in that 1 -
his th1Omfs(lves everJ r I'44 44
the to o)very (amorgency, m4\ h]-4 .n
ms faithfl fin i olj'(e' a; h'4-1u)- a'1 ru
u, Re'' 4ved, I , TI h:i: n4
11 school iin voicin. 4 b2) '1'1in n
On otltis cominity~i . Pt24ni i'I'
01nCo as. a (chiist ian4 '-2:' 'II4t
pa 1mrts withthes fih, l 444rvant I
I. 2, TIhat oiur2 uii p-o
nie with them, aiskini~Ib ~ h ) nhine4efw.
lait- the Lord( to (.w [12m4l( 1n ! ti i Lv ii
findl their lots et. ini p':4s of
rht usefulness and. chiristian p rosper-I
be.. 3, T1h at a 'opyI 4)4 Do 14resolo~' lt
in L ionsa1) boi'orwnrd'd1 (i i ou re'tirin [44
be p)unlished~( iniin b in. 1b' "'04 44
the pes.Ti: ILa
ast t.,I 9*)4(
BBo erray E xyei(un. Al
ilo The~ namio (of I. C). lI erry w'a '4l42".
his cal lod, when h is 1 prsidlin 24.1(Oldm.,
stated that he J'ad n4o. '11n1oni4n'd I n.4
irt dluring the year11, and2( I he4 rfid (om--12
at mrittee h1ad suish)ended'& bim . t~i .er' 2'
the lawv the luh))p app'inted4( the TI'K.
>u following comni t4 ot t rl ) D D
SDantzler, R. H?. Ungimahi, C. I.)
MN~ann, J. L. Stokes. J1. I,. .h'urle1r, (. and i
ow T1he b~ishop appoite'' J .\.(4 if
mit, tonu to pr'eside, wi 1 \'.' 4 . \\ 4
2d( caise of Il. (O. 1 . ,ri, m.
.i del)Fpse from thi' n'''b ')4
eh alhity, andl h1is credon1' ! u4
nii- Boetter lat - than n~ ~;
'ol- Trhe Farmers''' .' 44 n
rts coun uy, S. (., a In 4~(' 44
to arijo day ini Jantnr n," 4'U' ii
ay All the m10)Iembers 44 '-a 4'41.'111
for tion are i'e juost 4'4 (' 1) - n ,1'>;si
ian (3specially [lie bo~ I .4..~
Ba. Wvill be conlsi((dered.>~
at.. -.M .
'ee- Dec. 16th, 1895.
OI u ant any1 ' 4~
lee ~ ohn T'. .og,:324 *'".!~~t
.i' Don't wait until the rn1. -:...4
1so( Xmas when I can't ko' .i
vfas of what you wiat.
vas . -----. .. ..
to NMarket till the hi d. ~~ ..iI) 44
nyW Asignsof m...s ei,...
The People's Journ4
Don't put off attending to t
subscription account any long
J. E. Parsons' of Liberty, kil
a 400-pound hog on the 13th ii
A. C. Welborn Esq.,of'Greenvi
was in town Monday on professi
W. A. Boggs, of Calhoun, wai
town Monday and is, enthusia
for the new county.
. Next year will be the last 1
year of the century' Another i
not occur until 1904.
The Twelve Mile Singing Ai
ciation will meet at Secona on
fifth Sunday in December.
C. E. Hamilton, of Major, ki
a fifteen months hog on the 1
inst., that weighed 535 pounds.
Rlemember that you car. get
"Home and Farm" and Tipn 1
PL1E's JOURNAL 0110 year for $1.
T. T. Hughes, of Looper, wai
town Monday and reports lI
areas being sown in wheat in
Rev. T. J. Rooke preathed its
church Sunday, morn
ning, to large and atteni
dooney, colored, of Lib(
tow izohip, knocked a hog on
head one day last week that pul
the scales to 628.
J. H. Kennemore, supervisor
registration, has removed to tc
and is occupying one of W.
Mr. J. W. White and daughl
Miss Fannie, of 'Vhite, Anderi
county, made a plleasant cal
the JOURNAL office Monday.
Married, on the 1st inst., at
residence oflicietmng officor, W.
-Moore, N.P., in Central, Mr. J
Summny to Miss Ulggie Evatt.
ion. C. H1. Carpenter, of Brit
was in town Tuesday on busit
with the County Trasurer, i
paid the JOURNAL a lpleasant C
Married, at the residence of
officiating minister, Re%. B. H<
or, on the 12th inst., John Tro,
A t;.- Qn T esley. No cai
Trs. Wright, n
n the 15th in
-.t to James F
Auditor Christopher has chan
his domicile to the William Foi
son farm two miles from to
where he will be pleased to see
Go to .Jake Martin's in Eai
for staple groceries, fi rewo
fruits in season, and for currel
citron, raisins and everything
make fruit cakes.
Mr. M. Hendricks, the Super
or, wvill be in his office with
private secretary on D~ecember
23d, to give checks on any cia
payable 't that time.
Mr. Aaron Boggs, of Calhc
visited his daughter, Mrs. J.
Newton, Sunday, and was in t'
Monday on business. Ho was
comnpanied by his son H-al.
Married, on t he 8th mnst., at
residence of B. D. Garvin,
Thomas Rampey to Miss Jai
D)ark, B. D). Garvin, T. J., offic
ing. All of Pickons county.
0. T. Jones, of Farr's brou,
to the JOU RNAL last week the eh3
pion corn stalk of the season.
ing seventee'n and one-balf feot
length and large in proportion.
Jos. O'Shields, wh-Io lives in
Mit. Carmel neighborhood, foll
the fire and was badly bur.ned
week. lHe was convalescent fr
the measles and~ fainted wi'
standmng near the fire-place in
R. C. Young and fa mily, of Fr
field county, who have visiting
7Dr. J. D). Cureton's, theo father
Mrs. Young, returno home Mi
day. They were plear~od with
county and may make 10 their
Rev. 0. L. Duran t an d fan'
left Pickens Tunesday for' thoir i'
homie oni the Greenvi llo cirici
which is at Reedy River. TI
have th(e b)Pt w~ishos oft this 5cd
miunty for thir pro~sperity ai
Mi ss laI Glazoirner hats an eX(
lent sch~Iool ini Zioni distiict.
itecigin the ne'w school ho
which has haon just built by
trustens of that dlistrict, who
determined to advance the edui
tional interests in that commu
An exchange publishes the
lowing touching and suggest
poetry: "How (tear to our hiea
is cash on subscription when
generous subecriber presents it
view; but the man who don't 1
-we refrain from description,
perhaps gentle reader, the n
may bd you."
The Easley bridge over thei
]rida river fell on the 10th ir
A 'team belonging to Marion Fr'
maun, and the .driver wvent do
with the bridge. Onn of the me
was killed thce th~er saved b~y hW
work: The necci. 'it was a surpi
*Ie 'Wrybofd~v as thle bridge1
conide(iu*d a' bsoluitoly saft,. It
a cost l y. '.fin' ir d was expected
T. Hallums, of Liberty, who
home on vacation from Clen.
ollogo, was in town Tutesday
>redicts an usually prosper.
>rm for his collogo noxt year.
mn Craig, of Pi diont, was in
Tuesday. IN has been om
d for soveral wooks, nursig
nts with m1easlIs, nino in his
y having just recovred from
ti1io tol the payment of
"a" not boon oxtondod, tho
>iites haviiig rofused the
Oxcept. inl the stori-strickei
'es nij tho coast. Treasurer
lo)d says that not one-half
x is haoboonl collected.
If. Ilughes, a prosporous far
lied at this homo noar Easloy
'o 15t instant of brain fevor.
1 a proiniiient and useful j
ei 4f tho Mothodist church
it. buried from tho Easley
ist, chirch. lie leavcs a
ad s'(veral chrildron.
Vvstorlnr strolled into tho
wllphin mint recently and
Major Worman to have the
dont of ono hundred and
'ighit avordupois figured out
m ill gold. Ho was intro
to Cashier Loidy,,to whom
d thtt his daughter was to
rried to an Ottuiwa (Iowa)
md 1ho desired to make her a
nig prosent equivalent to her
i gold. Mr. Leidy figured
Lho future brido's worth in
was $35,000, and the man.
tft his card, said he would
1 chock for tho amount in
of the bridegrooim-to-be,
inie he also loft. He had
ht (f s' u.111rilg th) actual
but cnl tided that a chock
r, was a fatal and disastrous
t wreck at Thickotty Station
Southern Railway, a few
n1ortlh of Spartanburg,
(av Illt betweeni 10 and 11
k. A north bound froight
' puhlmgi out whon anoth
l bound the same way,
.d mitoit on a heavy down
- amcr turlee, of the
ren wvas instantly killed.
fire" man was severely
* n1m broketi and other
. ('urleo left here oily
In yg ago, having boon
- I'rnnin g the shifting On
in thec Gretinville yard. Ho
Ii- anI friends hero, b)
'rst-class man as well a good
' ongino was, as railroad men
1m11-derod," being smashod to
c r ars were badly
ri alre the wrecka-go block
t mck so that all trains had
nII t Sid( o11 until yosterday
roconlI teinug stories of
of 'he dIisstr. Some say
I'' ' yneC of the train
hIle crew of the rear
* 1wardl train had1( not
!".. out. T1ho 1m10n of
aim .1 boy had just call
ut.n'-C ronville News Doc.
- 'cIm.\. is pulhishiing the
' li ers, as they pay, and
it as a favor if any1 0110 is
d ihat it be reported to the
p'r'mus owing m11 en account
wrw'isO will lea(se comoe for
at e and settle, as I am
ig the muoney badly.
e to Debtors and Credi
-grsons hiavinig claitus against the es
J. I"'. Laty, diteetai, are reesetiai
-nit thle sam3le, IpC6ro1mrl ttested to
irsgiigntI by the 1st daty of F'ebiiirar
Ii'0ho e i bt ed to 'uame esttt willI
*1rsonsi having'!ehaims agins.t the
of S tI tal Alar y L Edlenistdecensx
riserly n* tt est ee. an md all those be-.
itht ed 4( o ;tid e'sttat es are reqiuiest ed
it. ofi he saiui the undliiersigmned
iti i -en t h day of .Janunry, 1 896.
'I' .1 b, l(IN, Ad ininistor.
19Mt h day of I lecembiler 181)5. ]
I ii ave seera goodi workc mitiies
and ii hore foal oil terins to
0. 'L. Hollingsworth. ]
1 huri~ Ct iton at, Central and t
, .C. Ami ini aotint
:'iees. D)on't fil to see
re you buy.
3 A.1J. BIOGGS.
cm: fuli rotation of]
: 1.uIl Iheral fertilizations,
i 2ndsb wvill improve. The
*:ll on1 of a proper(~ ferti
teln makes the differenlce
LIn a profitable crop and(
. Use fertilizers; contain
:t less thani 3 to 4%
1. is a complete specifie
t: " Rust."'
a re i n o averidng: circulatrs banm
an1,/E * i b tiare pratelical works, contain
huCeim e rim nt in lth itiUe.
irisoiuti have a copy. 'Theyar
GERMIAN K'AI W~oRKS,
o i Nasuuit Se N..w voth.
O' heavy loss by firo Monl.
day, lorces us to call on you for
illnnediate sttlcment. If you1
(ver e,%x pect, to heil) u1. now is the
tie to (10 it. Wc vill buy co
I.ol md c1oI tiu14.'0 our businWess
ns best we cai under circum
sICes. CoMO to sco us at once
as this is a vital Imatter vith us.
W M. HAOooD & Co.
T EBR1 ARE MADIE BY
'r. rl C71A
Who Also Sells tho
Th ." Stdker ."eWgo
And Fxery \'ariety of Vin! Carriages, Bugics, Carts,
and Harness, ILardware, Paints, Uils
reenilie Coj Facvory
,-:*"7'0N 7 - r 1
.h( - p r
tIre to4 say thabt we( lIut~v( one of the' i hanul omest ines ~ver shIow
inl this town. W\e cni't exn~ -ly tell you how mainy desp'"uns u
have as we are selling' out of certain lines o.very dIay. See the
and( you wvill buy them.
have'( cu~stoer w4l';'e ii -v~er would see if our IHosie.r v no d1)((ra
them111 so noe:i. Is.
ri o;:cke(d. Wec know cotton hasu
[n pr ice a~nd wet have cut our pr ices, so wvhen you wvant fir's
Ilm g'Ooc( in the
lne, kindly give us5 a call and we wvill make
price to) -suit yOU.
Near the Court H-ouse, Greenlle!, S. C.
'o. 'cs N uVI~ '' rrr,e
Drdenrr for All Kinds of
@ o Prd iting!
Solicited L.7 ~:ail or Othewise and Promptly
Delivored at Prices that will Defy
ii i i r )ubsipi on~0 ! 0rn 3o Sendf ini , our Jobl Wc
.0f.! 45 hav' tI y ecopy for ai Big A 1.
fV7- 54atnu ni , aI furna iishno I Pn l~~ 4.na .
nwcwBU DC ETwe":
PHUN and PIJAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
December is here.
Now for the good things for
The good people can always de
>end upon us for havinig souethinlg
or the holidays. Let the boys and
(%iils colne alongr. You oine With
Now in stock and to arrive t Iice
ssortineit of usefui and ornainieni tal I
Loys, Candies, Fruits,
Fire- works, Preents for
both old and yonn111-.
Substantials for the Col
;ice Furniture, Stoves,
We thank our good friends I'mor
he haindsomie mttmnler' in wich thwr
rallied around is" last month, i ii
LOpe to have another gram] rally this
1onth with the others who were a
ittle belated. Let us all t-et togreth
r and make things lively for Christ
)ON'T FAIL TO SEE
OUR BAURGAIN LOT
TV. T. -M'ajU.
state of South Carolina,
County of Pickens,
n the Court of Common Pleas.
r. B. Newbory,
Judge of PIrobate.
Iary T. Hester, et al.
By viritue of an order mn1ade in
1he abov) stated ciseby 1.on.W.
J. Benet, Presiding Judge, :.,0th I
3epteinber, 1895, and on file iml
he Clerk's ofice, I will e I I( o
Ae highest biider at Pick(;ens
Jourt I-louse on
Sale Day in January
.ext, during the le ol
ale, the following (I b
'racts of land to-v it:
AIl that picee, pmarcl o
>f land lying, bel.mg Shit
Ahe county andLi stato ztioi
in Eastatoo towns'hip, on
sides of Bi:.;u stat' C V
Lordli of Avoweeu rive..
ing seven huit
mIore or less- adjoini -
the estate of Jdohn 1. . m
on the north amnd (ens. ott ih.
south by lands of l)amtel WV mi
chester and others, antd 1--nowni
as the Abraham Stewvart hiomte
Also all that other, piece, pr
col or tract of land lyinog, sit u
both sides of B3ig Lastat o,> cree k
adjoining landls of Hiarmt How
ie, J M Winchester and thec
above fmentionled tract, conta in
ing eight hundred (800) ac~res
more or less, it being lthe same
tract of land conveyed to . 12
Stewart, dieceasedl, by .11rot
B~owie on 8d day of lFebrum-tv,
1890,Rccorded in PBook "L,"' page
pay for paper's..
State of South Carolina,
Pickents Cont y.
In Court of Probate.
lidleoni Mv Lynch as Admtinistra
tor of the estate of John 11
Stewart, deceased, Pti tioner.
3Iscar Stewvart, Emma Stewart,
et al, Defendants.
By virtue of a diecree of the
P~robato court for Pickens coun
~y dated Dec. 30, 1805, I will sell
o the highest bidder atPickens
.. IH. on
Saleday in January,
~800 the followving tracts of land
~o wvit: All that piece, pariicel or
ract of land on Big Eastatoo
Jreck, waters of Keowco R iver
~ontainmig one thousand acres,
noroe or less andi dieeed to .Johnt
~. Stewart andi .James M. Stew
irt, executors on time -th day o.
septemf betr, 1 883).
All that piece, partcel or i tre
f land in the counity and 5 n
Jforesaid knlownm as thte Wii.
)lace andI be'itg a part of in
ourtteeni hulndredh andl ninletv
oeveni acres dleeded to .h.hn E.
stewvart by the C'lerk orl com
ng' six huind~red OcreS ~sioe
Probate fu lu .
onl ii nit l ii he I mnli 'n
"Rock Bottom" Figur
p, i net forP' ah r Call~t ~ :1
Physician and $ur . eo ,
ilil0e a t his residenice .hiin S(resti.
Miiarch 8, 1804.
Land for Sale.
A trac~t of iamls oin oreogory 's Crek fu
i es fromi P'icketn, contii ng iii arre 4)4 14 .'
,0) acnres ini a fItne state( of enit irvat ion, bal..
ice in origiiml forest'M. WViiH be M so l a
irivaten isale ati low~ ItgnresM ai i on 'i ',4
erims. APply to 'T. C. OIho1NSON, Pi'k--I
~i 0 ie
" Tho. wi) ow, 1110 m vill please
Colno mie 1y utithout further delay
((: Eusloy, S, C.
.1 A CAShl!
For C-dlos, 3ccswax, Tallow
W i h' . ni Leather, Upper
hi ( dih , !wp Skins, Lace
l ll, Iih S in;; inl any aiount
101 ~.l:di Rt .I Greenville, S. 0.
t2~ I U
TVENTY IEfTI0 MEN TO
sellHewng ~n- ill n ot Caro
hi:. \o \v\uit tn aS.aJp Pianos, Or
- W nfo e ahisor Twenty
4.~~ ~~ )' -Xjjj Jot4 V4 ( Sow~ing
Pot for 10
n . aciiuarl 20 *
ii |-t utings , Jeans,
Ira:cheaper than '
you ~ v here. 'Y
'4riQ':s are for
C. \ and~:11( with every
(140 v4rb YOu gret a nlice
C QJ: 'n~Ti argo!
1.1!: ,. <:.. . .4 a: mI in4 n- 3 1( com4 e.
in-|: . Ie . \. I.. 3414 gonei4 ha3elc
foru 41' no .f .:-- Ie , Mo ini :i few days~
We4 ('l.41 4siti 44n .a illi -. IgIpl fronl 1begin..
W44 hlaz e I li..ir pirtle a \o e.
4 il ( ' ... . ",. I I n 1 ,,h411 34.4 ;444g1t. 1a.-4~ 'i,
10(4 . r444., :., 444. ha \ 4444r liress4 wvitit
3 I iif 114 to ewestC41
4 'I u l 44C1 4) .
nue let 12m14.t
- 44 . .I, I l ot o
1ar44'p I enn'4
44 .1ver4 lin(.
4 4 44 .4 J (3n4
4 . 4 ' 4 44111 4444 will444
4 fritV for.
rai. 414 i4n1 .1,
- 1..m a .'sAlso;
-4 4. . io . ens 44 . C.4
4 2 ~ L A I a for
I~. 1TRAng L'angg,
DESION PATI Ys,
Fo4r inrma444114tion an frei I~lt41i44k wrfto to '
C N o., til 1443A4,wAY, NRwv YOR1iC,
Oh lehtrau b'r uoettrinR4 Un~tentsl In AmecrIen.
Every :44 ii aen taken 4444t by u4 is brottgt 4beforo
th4e 41thi1e by ai4444 no tV give fro of cha44rgO in thO
rk L!44g4n4t etreulan1on of any aIrentlflO paperw in the,
Wold spic4jl~IL!((. Illiltrate d, No intelli enOB
.venr;3 $1.J i 1x4444 .4go , . .M ire'4'-', MU.N N'&.
1 U4L4'm4;l 84i 1i-omiwn, NeVw vnc'.4r CIm.