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The People's Journal.
The old ticket was ro-oloctod
Monday to servo our town as may
or and wardens.
Mr. Ben McDaniel who has boon
down in Lexington county for
someg timo arrived homo Sunday.
Rov. J. E. Foster will proach at
Oolonoy Baptist church on the
fourth Sabbath in April next at 3
Married on tho 5th at the resi
dence of Mr. J. E. Oowons, Mr. Leo
Presley to Miss Estello Thomas.
B. D. Garvin, officiating.
Mossrs. J. E. Boggs and T. C.
Robinson have been appointed by
Mayor J. L. Thorniey as delegates
to the Southern Cotton States con
vention to be hold in Spartanburg
on the 15th inst.
The services of the Oolenoy
Baptist Church this year eimbraces
the first Sabbath and Saturday ho
foro at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
on Saturday and 11 o'clock oin
Sabbath and 3 o'clock tho third
Ricos' Alliance will meet at the
usual place of moeting on Satur
day the 11th inst., at 3 p. n. All
of the brethron are requested to
be present as busimess of inipor
tanco will coio up for considern
tion. W T. 0 '1)i.i,L, Pres.
Died, on the 1st of March at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. McCoibs in Codar Rock
neigh borhood, Willio McComhs in
the 19th year of his age. His re
mains were interred at the John i.
Willivms burying ground on the
From sonic cause Rev. Muliinax
failed to meet his appointmiont at
Cross Roads church last Sunday.
Stops were taken to organizo a
Sunday school at that church next
Sunday at 10 a. i. and all in that
vicinity are cordially invited to
The contract for building the
Easley coverod wood bridge has
been awarded to Williais &Olson
It is to be built of Georgia long
loaf pine and work will begin as
soon as the lunihor is shipped-in
a few days.-Greonvillo News,
Mr. Connie Gravely was in town
last Thursday. Ho was all smiles.
But when ho told us that it was a
fine new girl, and that the arrived
at his generally peaceful and quiet
abode on tho 28th ult., we oxtend
ed our pump handle worker and
John Wyatt who for many years
was a resident of Pickens county,
is now running the Greenvillo(
hotel in West End. Hie would
like to see our Pickens people
when there and they can depend
on being well fed and cared for.
Give John a call.
Died, on the 29th ulit., Rubio
Robinson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Robinson, near Easley
aged about three years. T1hie fain
ily has the sympathy of a large
circle of friends. Th'le b)urial took
pla1ce on the day following at
Enion Baptist church.
The 01(1 Folks Musical Associa
tion will meet with Holly Springs
church the 4th Sunday in A pril1
at 9 a. m. All the members are re
qjuested to be present as tho asso
ciation will 1)e ro-organiized at that
time. All who love good music
are invited to h)o pro~sent. By or
der of ex-committee.
Mr. T1. D). Smuth, of Central,
paid the JouNam~ a very pleasant
call last Monday. Mr. Smith is
one0 of the pr'osperous citizens oif
(Con tral t ownishi ip,is a aont Iern i n ing
convorsationial ist and it (lid us
good to mieet himi. Call again \l r.
Smith. Our latch strig wvill1 al
ways b)0 found on the outsidle.
A Sunday School was organ izedl
at Bethlehem on last Sunday, thle
5th inst., with the following of
ficern: Mr. Reed Day, Suzperini
tendant, T1. iF. Nelson, Assistant
Superintendant, Earle Huninicut t,
Secretary. There was a large at
tedance and much interest manl
ifested. The Sunday school will
meet ovory Sunday hereafter at
8 p. mu.
Married. on Sunday, A pril 5t h,
1896 near Easley, at the resideonce
of the bride's parenlts, *J. P. lilas
singame to Miss Mary Branch, A.
W. Folger, officiating. "Paul,'' as
overy ono ini those p~arts know
Shim, is one of our most industri
ous colored citizens and is now
living on Judge M. WXeolorn's
place just north of Pitkons and is
hiold in high esteem by his employ
er besides a large circle of wvhite
A bout 150 of the old soldieirs
me't in ,the court house last Mon
day in response to the call for a
convention to olect~ two of their
number as miemboers of the Coun
tExamining Bloard of Pensions.
Cp.J. A. Griflin was elected
chairman and J. R. Gessott secre
tary. Stirring addresses were
made by H-ons. B. J. Johnson and
F o Williams, after which a bal
of teaord.There woro) more
han a dozen put in nomination.
lie election resulted in favor of
Capt. J. J. Hard and Maj. Warren
tb-s rebel yell, the convention adl
onjon.i~ 5 (iei. Much good bhooir
weont around among the comrades
* o thirtv-fivo yoars ago.
From Cleuen i
Mr. Editor: Thing.. -j' ..
in this neck of the wo. iu .
arything rocking alonig as
usual, oxcOpt i little imn1prov lent
in tho way of farming, farm im
plonionts and farm bols. The
community is arousod oN ory morn
ing at live o'clock by the merry
chimo of Capt, J. H. Bowons bell,
but more welcomed about dinner
time. The captain is a little irrog
ular wo think with his ringing,
ospecially about noon.
Mr. J. P. Farr, says measlos did
him sona good in one cespect. It
sharponed his appetite, and things
lie always hated ho now loves and
that is cow peas.
The stolen mulo of V. F. Pace's
has novor boon found, or hadn't a
few days ago.
Corporal Jones and J. P. Fend
ley is not on any bottor terms at
this writing. Mr. F. says the Cor
poral wears too hard a shirt for
him-, to recignizo him. Tho corpo
ral says Bud is treacing him with
Tho bihalth of the community is
Maj. Jack is still grinding the
very best of mal.
Clement, March 80th '96.
A few wooks back a stray dog
pased Henry 1ortnor's biting two
of his dogs and a hog. Tho re
suilt is that he had to kill his dogs
and the hog is mad.
). C. Freeman has gone to South
Alabmau on a business tour.
Mat Julian has gono to Izard
Couinty, Arkansas, on a visit to his
brotheri, and may locate there.
Our school oponod up this morn
ing with Miss Bettie Bowen in
'Our Allianco had an old timo
meeting last Saturday. County
Lecturer Miller was on hand with
other distinguished visitors and
Plum and peach trees are in
bloom--the tulip and hyacinth
the turtle dove, tho cat bird and
the whipporwill are making their
wolcome music and spring will
soon be here.
What is the matter with the
Stato dwmocratic platform of '92
being reafliried in '94, with the
16 to I plank nailed on? Why
send dolegates to the National
convenLion to stiaddle issues and
then conie back and tell us what
we wanlt. Why not ignoro them
instead of letting them ignore us.
Only one new casO of sickness
to report this timo. Mr. Holland
Childress has a Sovero attack of
inflaiatory rheuinatism. Previous
ly reported cases are thought to be
J1. PETrn Louis.
On last Monday as Mirs. Davis
and family wero returning from
the burial of a child of Mir. A. P.
Robinson,the horse became fright
oined antd dIid1 not stop) until it had
thrown out the occupants andl do
miol ished the wagon.
Mr. John McCombs' son, Willie,
died last Tuesday of fever andl
was buried at the Williamns bury
ing groundl the day following.
F.~io tornl was planted last wo'ok,
andC on Good Friday the timeohen
or< d custom of bean planting was
'rho apipoinitment of Rev. E . .
M mllinix to preachi at Cress Roads
ye wrldaly was a failure so far aa~
pr. achinmg-a fler prayer meeting
it was concluded to run a Sunday
sei. ol to commence at 10 a. m.
ne . Sundayii.
'. J. Cission has so far' recover
ed1 :s to be abloe to attondl chuirchi.
Mdaynard, April 7, '96.
Everythiing is lively in our
neigh borhood. The people are wvellI
up with their work. 1 am glad
to rep~ortl Our tow m ~i good helth.
I am sorr MO~ lr. J. Fotor Louis
founIId so muclh fault with our
roads*. An old bachelor said the
rdsworoO SO steep) in the neigh
b~orhood ol(f Maynard that you had
o move tho hack-band upon the
mulle's neCk to keep the wagon
tonguio from irunmilg into the
J. Peter Louis wasq teo fast when
he saidl that there was a house mn
the town of Farr's that didn't have
any calico in it. Listen, friend J.
Peter Louis. When that young
man you ailluded to was going to
move into his house, some young
lady m ado application for oilice
andl said in the application.
"'lordli~ romebr me when thy
conmest into thy kingdom."' HeJ
simply wrote back and~ said, "this
spring thou shalt be with me in
TIho answer was. "I know my
redeemer still livos."' So there will
be plenlty of calico in the house in
habitt d hachelor boy, and it will
be pleasant too.
AJ. JAC( lANNsTERu.
Al ten to, P'ieldsens iles.
Meet in your 'rmory on Satur
day April 11 th at 2 o'clock p. mn.,
to transact business of imiportanice.
Each member of the1 (companIly 1s
earnestly roq~uested t o ho in at teni
(lance. You wvillI miss somethinig
if you fail. F. E. Cox,
Trho County Alliance of Pickenms
county, will moot at Pickens C. 11.,
on Wednesday the 22d inst., ait ho
a. im. Prominient speakers arpo ex
peted.. Wo hope to have a full
dlelegatlon from all subs. Also
the publlic are cordlially invitedl to
A I3eautifuu Wedding.
On the fifth of April at the rosi
donce of the brido's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. V. A. Ferguson, Mr. W.
T. Frooman to Miss Tucky Forgu
sol. The parlor being decorated
with ferns, overgroons and spruco,
and the centor tablo in tho middle
of the parlor with opn bible
hedged with ferns and flowers and
a basket swingitig over it filled
with beautiful flowors. At 9:80
o'clock two little girls, Ednor and
Pearl H'ster caio forward carry
ing bouquets of flags and placing
their hands on the bible, then Mr.
B. F. Freeman and Miss Darthuly
Williams coming forward and
taking their places on the right of
tho table, thon Mr. Charley Forgu
ton andl Miss Mattio Moon taking
shoir placos on the left, then Mr.
Mickler Whitinire and Miss Josio
Freoman and stopping in front of
the tablo and then the groom
came forward with his brido lean
ing on his arm and stopped be
tween Mr. Mie'kler Whitmire and
Miss Josio Froomaii. The Rev. J.
E. Fostor in his usual and grace
fill manner soon pronounceed theim
man and wife. Thon the bridal
party after going to Secena church
and hoaring an oxcellont ser1miiOn
roturned to the brido's parents
where the inner man was satisfied
at a tahlo heavy ladon with dain
ties preparod for the party. At
6 o'clock the bridal party arrived
at Mrs Freoiem's the mother of
the graon where there was a happy
reception awaiting them; they
wero also greeted with a laden table
prepared for them. After suppor
the guests departed to their re
sipoctivo hoies. Tho groom am
bride reprosent popular and promi
nont families of this commntiity.
Attentiona, Pickens Useao'ds.
The Pickens Guards are heroby
notified to meet for drill at their
drill ground on Satulrday beforo
the 3d Funlay. All membors
mu1st attond rha01 r) the conso
quenIf ces that mIV fall upon them
foi non attenidani 1lce.
J. R. LATrhiM,?'Capt.
G. T. IIAMoND, Seo.
Homer A. Richoy cumo home
last Thoilrsday from Charlotto.
No reime(ly is as effectual in eradi
cating and curing catarrh as Botanic
13100(1 Balm, (B. B. B.) It purifies
and enriches the blood, eliminates
microbes, bacteria, etc., and builds
up the system from the first (lose.
Thousamis of cases of catarrh have
been uured by its magic power. For
all blood and skin diseases it has no
equal. Buy the old reliable and long
testeded( Iemedy, and don't thr.-ow
the money away on stubstitutes,palmi
ed off "a~s just as good." Buy the
old reliable Botanic Blood Balm.
Prnice 81.00) peri large b~ottle. See
advertisement in this paiper'. For
sale by druggists.
Teauc1mer's Not i(c.
The County Board of Exami
nor1s will meet at Pickenms, C. H.,
on the 24th (lay of April, 1896, for
the purpose of examining appl i
can ts for County Treachers' certifi
Aplhicants will be examined on
questions furnished by State Board
of Examiners, and nialy include all
the fol lowinmg branches: Spelling,
readiing, naithmuotic, alge
bra, Enigl i~h gram mar, litorat ure,
geography, history of South Caro
lina, and of the l'nited States,
drawing, physiology and hygiene,
cyvics, ethics, elements of Vocal
music, emon ts of agriculture,
.1T. C. RoBINSso,
School Comn. Pickons county.
All p~ersons are hlereb~y warned
not to hire or emiplov Mariah
Blake or her son, Ed. llake, or
Johni Teeso ais t hey ar'e un der con,~
tract to ume for the v'eari 1890.
.JIHN W. Ii.H4s.
Money Ito loan-CallI at P. 0.
Box No. 415, Pickons, S, C.
An no uncem ents.
TJo theii voters (If Pickenis (e tlilty, Ihr
eleOCtmnl. .1. A I.oszo nuiowy s.
Woul be pleansedl to servo you
(Gre~en:inie, S. C.
Oflieo over Bruce & D~osteri's Iy rug1, 8're
and One-Half Tir',e,
1 have 54ealii'h gooi work muIl esiiI)
and horses for sal~o onl termiis to
C. L. Holil ngswor'th.
SDc. 5, 1895.
costs cott on planters more
than five million dollars an
nually. This is an enormous
wvaste, and can b)e prevented.
Practical experiments; at Ala
bamna Experiment Station show
conclusively that the use of
" Kainit "
wvill prevent that dlreaded1 plant
our pamlilets are not ndvertial'a rireflars boom
mg :,pecul f.1 Iihlers, buat are practi tal works, conitain
mlg the ,nI'Is f 'I lues t eperinen~ti ill thisa line.
Every c(;non faIrmer iIhould have a c:opy. 'rhey aren
Ientirce foru the askng.
O m'RMAN KALd wVOngs,
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In the Court of Common Pleas
Planters Bank. of Greenville,
W. . Sumniey.
Judgment of Foreclosure
By virtue of a judgment of
foreclosure made in the abovc
stated case by Hon. James Al
drich, presiding judge, on 23(
July, 1895,I will sell to the high.
est bidder at Pickens C. II. dur
ing the legal hours for sale, on
Sale Day in May, 1896,
the following described real os
tate to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel
or plantation of land lying, be
ing situate in the county of
Pickens, State aforesaid on Tox.
oway River in Eastatoo Town.
ship, bounded by lands of R. I
Thomas, W. J. )uffiie and oth
crs, containing about seventy
live (75) acres more or less, it be
ing the same tract of land con
veyed to the said W. II. Sunmey
by and from Jno 1). Galloway.
l'ermns, cash on day of sale,
purchaser to pay for papers.
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
4th April 1896.
Now ha31. on sale samplo
Pair of Mfen's, Boys, Woman's, Miss
es and Chuldren's Shoes, factory sam
ples, to be sold at less than manufac
turers prices, beginning February
Such chances to buy cheap shoes
only comes once a year, and now is
voui tune to Secure Blargains. Conie
anld seQ before the sizes are picked
out and sold.
The Factory Shoe Store.
J. M. Dickson,
P. S. .C. Schaffer, and expe
rrenced shoe maker, is with us, who
repairs all kinds of shoes, ladie
shoes a speciality.
Our Store, 205 Mair
Is Now Open !
We most cordially invite th<
p)ublic in general to inspect ou.
stock which consists of Dry Good
We would especially call y ou
atten tioni to our Iline of No ;clt
Drioss Goods and Trimmimgs.-,De
Silks and1( Silks for Waists.
You will find everything thaiti
kept in a first class Dr G (OOd
storo im our stock. It w' il ho ou
Dhiot imi to givo you the lates
styles, the best qualiti .es and th
very lowest pricos.
I deOsiro to than~k the poplo)l
this city andl~ surroundning countic
for their liberal pa' eroniago and th~
many favors show n mo intea
and trust that I may bo ablo t
make it to their interest to share
portion of it' w ith me in tho ft
Meh6 0. . A. J. JONES.
HU(GHJ S' TANNERY
I IImve ai fine~ 14o of
o01 1 :(n whlich I ann 'telling at
"RjciA Bottom" Figures.
.jii 1114 L .i a411( Beeswax will be4. take
ini pauy 1m10m t for' leather. Unll and .'eo mi
well e'sqmp 1)0d tanne.iy.
A large lot of mionl and boy's
I keep na full line of
IHA RNESS, COLIA-lRS,
tG?"I paly cash for hides, wax and( Val
WV. M. (GOODLETT.
Successor to (lower & Goodlett.
102 Main street, (Greenvillo, 5. C.
T HlE STPATE OF SOUT' H CA ROLINA,
Cot:NTY 0. ol' IUKSNH..
By J1. B. Nnir.;nv, lEsq., P'robate Judge
Whlereas, C'orrie M . lahylock has mrad
suit to mne ton grant her Ilet ir of admini
istrtioni of thle estate of andio effect
of \V. WV. Blaylock, dlLeeased4.
Th'Iese arue Therefore to cite4 anid admnon
ishi all and singular the k imb'ed m111d credl
it or' of t he said W. W. lluaylock decease<
that.' they be and appeariI becfor
me14, in the Court, of Pr'oba~te, t<
bo hel at Pickensi Cour ci house, X. C,
on thle 23d day of April, 18590 nextI
atfter putblication hereof, at I I o'clock i
I he forenoon, to sho4w causie, if any the;
haive, why the said Adhinuistratioi
shiouild not bo grant ed.
Gii ven unider my Hand, this th day c
Ajpril, 1896, in th e I120thi year c
.1 1. NI'~mVBlY T1 P P (
We are opening up thoe best line of
Ladies and Men's Hats.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
Harness and HIardware,
Ever shown in Pickens.
T1'hey are bought to sell, and we
invito you all to come.
J. MeD. BRUCE.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
H. C. MARKLEY.
And Every Variety of Fine Carriages, Bugg
and Harness, Hardware, Paints, Oil
IGreenville Coach Fa
G W. SIRB1NE, Superintendont.
NEW SI-OE STORE.
!ULLUR & OCRUiKSE
With a newv and we'll selected stock of
r Ladies' and Getee' Fine Shoesi a specialtv.
Y Receiving goods every dlay dlirect fromt thle Facitoies.
s GiShoes Neat, Comfortable and Lasting.
~.No. 1O5 N. MAIN STREET, C reer
t rAgents for the W. L1. DOUGLASS Warranted sh<I
NEW Fil IU
- Wo aro making addlitions to our our Iinunonso~ stock daily, an d
whon you nood( no0w, choico goods, kindly drop in anid lot us show you
. through our stock. We soil tho vory beOst goods tho country afford-i
and offer thomn at remarkably closo pr ices.
Westfield anid Hellams,
Near the Court Ihouse.
feb200f. Gr'eenville. S. C.
MISSiES R O C3-ER S
W~ill havo thoir oponling of
s On and after thQ 2(1 of April, and will showv the
prettiest line of
HATS AND BONNETS I
( With past experienco and the adlvantage of personal, inspection o
all the eastorni fashions, and with great Caro in selecting stock, wo ar
con'fidont that the mfost exacting'can find what thoy want by callin
aon us. All are cordially invited to tho oponing, and your patronago ii
Just arrived i'
como and pay wit
Just opened a beau,
In all the new col
III Persian and I
Edlgings and luisorl
bonW, favcy Iutton
the other New T
Fall to 0e theso lin1
all the Novelties of
()iie aL his I('.,sue.~e N
McGee s I rug Sitorc.
Land for i
A tract of himal on.GreVQ
mvi les fromu Pi(1kens, eont
5a0 acres in, a ihne state ol
an.1Ce in original forest.
prli vato sale at low i';
t.erms~u. Apply tol '1'. C. lt
Fo nfration ant reOAI)a
Olidest b~lItoftQ or secvaring j
a00 i otlcog~ivt n
illIU t Ilotwa
mana9~o et bo .. o ln.a