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The People's Journal.
Mr. J. W. Hopkins, of Central,
was in Pickons Tuosday on busi
T. D. Harris says "shoos" this
week, besides many other things.
Read what ho remarks in another
Miss Stella Nowbery, who is vis
iting in Gaffnoy, was reportmid as
quite sick last week, but lator in
f ormation is, wo aro glad to say,
W. F. Dodson was tried hoforo
Magistrato Jonkins last Friday oil
the chargo of violating tho dispen
sary law and was acquitted, the
evidence proving not suflicwlit to
Madison Jenkins, colored, says
ho wished that the "niggor" had
chokod when ho was Oaltini' iloit.
fine Wvandotte rooster liho run',d
from the r'oost ait his house inst
On the 12th day of April at the
imm11o of tho bridl.'s fIt her, Ai '. .1.
1\latt Itaipoy, Al r. lRohert Cant r. I I
was married to Miss Jannah Ram
poy. The ceremony was pei~rfor
ed by B. 1). Garvin, Esq.
N iss Anna A melia iii ooko l-ft
Pickens TuesdIav for Easley to ro
mailn until Weal;dly with Mliss
Alice Finncy tit which tine she
went with her family for iheir
futuro hone in Florence county.
The family of Rev. T. J. Rlooke
took their (leparturo for Florence
county Weoleslay to join Air.
Rooko. We regret to lose so esti
malble a family and wish them
well wherever they may cast their
Mr. 'A. V. Eicholherger, Stato
Constable, was inl PickIOns4 Alonlay
looking ator tho Stato's intorests
inl tho way of "blind tigers." ill
will bo in tOse parts for sonio
timo and says the tigers had bot
ter look out, for they will surely
ho taken in if they porsist in
Diod, on Tuesday morning at -
o'clock, Mrs. Alihnda Stow-art,
wife of Rev. J. M. Stewart, in the
54th year of her ag. SIhte has for
many years hen a most conistut
member of the Baptist chuchi, and1
was buriedt at Secona on \Wudnes
day m->rning at I I O'clock in, the
presence of a large Con1cor-o ot
sympathizing rolatives and)l friciais. I
Sho leaves a husband and toilr
children, all grown.
The railroad commission at its
meeting a ow days ago 4ixd1 thi
pa~sseng'er rate on the leadiing rail
roads os the St alo at 8.4 cents for
first -class and 2i cents for soeand
class. On the small1er roads it
w;as fixed at 8.l and 3 for first and1(
secondl-clatss respoectively, thecso
rates to go into oll'ect oni May 1st.
Passengers who pay on the train
mayfl be charged 25 cents extra but
th1e conductor must.t give t hem a
dlraw- back-ticket syhiich shazlIlibe
cashed at any Oilica on tile line
upJont its p~resentationl within
twen-ty days from lits dato(. Clil
dron over~ six and und(er t welve ar1e
to he charged not more Ithani 2
cents a 1mil1.
Ini another colitumi will be fon
tihe profeJssional caenrd of ir W. \\ .
B lassi ngamno, at(torm y at. law Alr
1Blas~sinigamol come lin our~II mith111
not as an1 en t iro st raing'r f or lie
was horn and1( raised iin And1(ersoni
ons. 110 gradula ted at Piurmn
U niversi t in 1890) andl studliedl
law a lonlg port ion of his tim1e1
smco0 lie chose thialt as his profe's
srin, undI~er thi Hon01. J1. E. .1 b ggs
fall . 1 le is a young gent lemani ot
.11no attain tmentIs and we 1hospea k
for hi m mucih success lbfore the1(
bar, lie cani be1 found1( ill thi
H llinlgswior'tlh uiing adjoi~ninug
L. C. TJ.hornlhey's store.
'lThe A nacor1(da RiEcorderi detl ivers
itself of the following pieC)cito
sonso0 expreMssed inl plin Eniglish.
Doun't got mad1( if your visItor's
nam~lo (1oes not appear ini thle per
sona1fl coluamn. Perhapsi yo ~id 1i~
niot kell time editor ; lie's no( mind(
reader. Don'it get, miad it yourl
n)eighblor's (do ings atre referred toi
m1ioo frequently t hant your own).
Your neighbhor uses hiis 111outhI.
Your mfodesty may be keepingyoui
in obscurity. Tihiat's no0 d reami.
A counttry niOWSpapejxr man11 can't
spondlc all 1his (3ino on1 the st reet -
and make thro meas1011 a day. I
4 ~you know (of news, 1ho1( us up and1(
give it out of yourI systemhl. Six-'
hanlid there will bo0 a N'1under inl it.
The11 effort (of any newspaper11 t a
bu(ild up a town1 is pr'acticatlly niut
lified((1I ule it is backed up hv
Uhe bieslsH men.t A stra'il-Ir
turns from the news columins oft a
- palpor to its ad~vertisin1g pages, and1(
if lie fails to find( there the hbusi
nss cards of the. me)rchiant s andl
professiona)lIf Ihrms,ho comes10 to ite
)cclsion thalit the pulblisher is
no;t apprecia1ted iln which case it is
a goodl 1)1ace for him to keop clear
of. No town ever gr~ow without
the active assistance otf its news.
papers. Nor can paporshl grow and1(
build up their localities without
the assistanlce of the town. iBusi
nos9 mon01 should1( realizec this and~
rememnber inl givin~g supp~hort t~o the
ne0wspapers they aire not onily
building up their own bi
moess, but helping to support that
which is steadlily werking foir tc
W. 0. Willard, of Liberty, mot
With anl accidolit last Monday af
tornoon that might havo provod
very serious. He had started
home from Piehns and when go
ing down the hiil near J. L. 0.
Thompson's houiso tho horso took
a notion to tako the cross street
and go to~vard tho jail. Thoro is
a gully paialelling Liberty street
and this gully is spanned by a
smilhl pliink bridge. Before Mr.
Willard could check the horse ( and
start him straight, one side of tho
huggy dropp( oft' the end of the
bridge into th gully, which is,
somo two feet (eop, and inl an in
dleavor to save himself from fall
ing, lie itiatteIpted to jump b1ut
alighted on his face, and lost thle
re(ins. The horliso disic)oering that
he haud no driver kept, in his
co rso toward s til jail with Alr.
Will ard's littlo Sntl, who cl lile to
Pickons with nim) still ill tie hlug
gy. Alr. Thoil pson hap]wl 1p.eel to
he in his back yard1'(l antl se ing, tite
~ianil ina tr-t-class way to r1o
pd hi. ( lru i. Willard' ice, was
veryt~ badl 1ut cn h th b-f ty
1htd !" art . i", i h imsell iit 11.
ili it4 hi. r. an Iio'at
va.lm honY e (Ap ll l . th ,exn-M whor
Wr tW e w at lio a letOIilclt d
shot, and kilh-.d h.(I limself in his
storeo at thait placee Tuesday m1or
ing ablout. 7 o'clock. N'r. Gilreath
was 0on0 of the most prominlent
citizons (f Gr1eenlvillo anld ait. the
imo of his death was the head of
t it( irmill of G ilreathI-DurhIa m Com
any. i is.deathI Will be a SOiOUs
loss to hiat, city.
All groel'( r.(s at. L. C. Thor1ly')sIV(
chapler thalu ayivwhero cis'e. Re
nl iwhe m,,y G poundl c '()I- fo (ilw
(dllr. C( ant ! . heat. Con.. and
set) meW tid get. IyV picMs) gods.
I not icol pulidu-d inl your. las-t
i co*U'"pid A frio-m m he n vIt'';IilI
tsys -lt the building' of, thle
lEasev coere.-d wAvnthd-n brid:.ne had
lwt'e avlwr41d4d to \\illialus & 01
Son1. Tint - arieCS wer! awa rdld
the colitract kor t lie I'so11a11Wand
A, I). h Il i .; .; he cont ract IEtir t II'
Iti'ile. *110 e' ilra'ct4.( 1 m l r
was.- awa,'I ttI I.") p idil.
m:! wil N . .t ipp1 Irm C n r:!.
Pickenls c niv. You;I see ou lu
i is ' d h.. 1 1 1 ill vu r 'ill In
tIvm.t ill r v~si al the l V.d - e ilI
w\rI Up !l l ir. . n t 4 imt w Ill o4.
Iin t JOd ' <tl A s-li A v Ia y hf r wla .
ir)n wi1e I a'ti t hin-.~in wl
'.!ii xri r ia I 11i EI x ) mU\4 14:C,
*;tiiiii~ t llit y o lor vi) lst
Mr.i Ii I )'i5C. ' Ti )lrn i ) tav coght
andi s i ge 14 lsmni No i.en t us~ cof-nn
:i nazd.Iie cryod goiengd.'
D I4a J o)a:A I'i'have saw.
notingas rom ith is sctionuI.wl
lTre Alar Dch' winds010(1mi a p-e
tirngs qitd lo c for the s
TheIy~ furnwr HS) ao coing riht
StCong I) wit ttir with no Sumalh
11ain ~is ito s in thi4)1so cion.
Vite tarwr ardtie psanting tcoretn
hurry nowm hui~t' noilci tion t 11ds,
.at te puting kin guino al
Issea ryar d wa an14'~ I yl Grtaelt
1id)0 aI visit toltivs and i 4 nXis
1;urihn I subscriptionhe 'scho I at
few4 days1 ago. \ i n his 5 sect.on.K
large isubci in ( schooI.w~ l at Jiamp-4)
'alast' In'rd. llSho'r clos. Ithe
shoo a. 1 o'clockol sh avidth
ill)ye t he mselvesi ict ly playing1"t
ste lat r a '; otheril so iable
plly l4oand4 als gav t' has ne
ganizel ah. iabbath Schooale and ion
ites te iTwlve4 ~ Alio Singing As..oi
softion( il unet wf 'ih thm the
ldthiaunday hi av an lso :in-.
v ie .t hl time singin 1 o m41 1 ee
adi spr15'm'ting r h imer l '.l' . will
re bye er kindly.
Mr. Editor: I regrot that. wha
wo had to say about tbo buildint
of the Easloy bridgo has caused i
con tro% orsy with our Superv i sor.
WO will ropoat that inl our judg
mont if Mr. H. had gono to ti
Supervisor of Greenvillo and given
him to undorstand that nothing
bu a woodon bridge would lith agree
to build, instead of monkeying
with the coilbiailttioni, 0110 Io fa
vored, we would now havo a bridge
to cross oi. I guess the brot her
has forgot ten that., two or throye'
woek-i was lost ill trying to com
bin tho two, Yet ho says tIhero wa
no( timlo lost ()n his part. H-) furl
ther' Says that. ho li or It) other Initil
ldid hearl that re'Plivillo h itid
agureed to build a -voodoln bridge
l'uitil h went hoforo 0 0t bollrd.
Was inOt Imly letter writt en Iwo
weeks- after. you wvent before theml
and really, it wais advertised ill
Gr1-eenvillo papers ait tho timlo ()f
lly writing, but, I ain'It noticed it.
Was L Ioi correct in sayog that
Greenville. ha.d agreod to buil a
w Iden bridgi I vas 4) 1 il, opjin
ion that it wo h aive to h.. :-.d
Vort i-4id ill our county pap s aN\
lIy N wrote as I did. If 'ir. ii.
0.1n have it bridgve built t hItI -. Il
In. t wvo o r thrIo gene* rations- for n
silaill milm f 44 mulleyv w y did 11'..
I.iy so laril to cotillbint 1 W t Iwe
roa1ds, when.1 there is, molw trav.'tl
ile either of tholl. thall mIv otht'r
1,01ad in tle comity. It Il hi) d fn '
Ceodedl. in putting them h1th iinto
on(e, aniid ll iitirely ilow road
aS it would havO b'On with thei i
m0se travol oil it, wo fear -smile
of us would hRvo boohi found sttck
111) 1 thil mud.
The brotlhor Pays he nevor makos
law. We would liko to know why
the peoplo paid the $2 road tax if
this was iot law. According to a
statement made by onn of the
ElIsloy toiship board, it wNas a
a law, and that mado by you and
the countv boaird. Ile says ho
tried to havo it $1 insteaid of j2
Iut i imajority favored tho $2.
No.brother don't. 11at lo)ok itw
a lIaw made by youI and tho h l ord.
I mean fixing the road tax at, $2.
JIlo says had he succeeded inl mak
ing the change 1. woutld have 11(1
the hest, ronid that I ever I iravlh d
donl't. vish any better romdi tIon
wo hav', es$)pecially th e ( rt. oviH
rfotd tax. lie aso s aid Ithat vi v
likely'. it this et h d wo ad h ',
charge f the busi tIe.; w* uiu
d4'~g' In lett I lica itd t, ia
le hsta bitdg by Julv t t e
1~cI fow I ot t 1ill ad i ta ickn has itb
11hrlwd mcl heldonment iu ri i at r I
aliad vurbtax acmerc wlas ;i gh
itc orwn thylarg n th .ir. ig1.
A'hnersill aoulivey toh-1 Icuity tho
brt idge I fee~ ,'uil osan hd 0th itak
factndod o gave it rm alos relibe
hinanllt o' Anderctyanooll tontv. m
siRecived twnth Pilt)hfirks.c
fTcho o rcuie boad of ahe Tior
main ofu thel ta o t ng ato~l oh
choamie' of tmme Carsl inigh ii
ia Ind conclde to i arrang. fori a
n T allan wi ityiv a i (t cig to
tten the od eowail coveniona'
rongte1th ando onghe i0thi is
intk.ndesto Bloodi addrsh
hpepleorgte city and ofJ Pl the
surrondin t Lown wo atn hec
Diener. .galf rates il~l oa inr
t intl)cn of the sta1hatcrwd tof
tPhe admrersl in thiev Cai nia aefro
intarerndlaoing toanarlum Ther-i
noe ha ll thecitya Inlargeiar enugh
fo will crowd eu' w 'jiaosoe ar
hav h' iim speakork win sitome larei
o'r and J. G rw eea h
estii te coin-Call thatr. )
iThe parad in thfvnngbfr
'hjpan ill'jkt1i bo atiIv. distncrtio
ado.et' il l have aoiti hle mil i't ap.
1p'onreneo, 0s \oe man is expected
to cary apitchfork Th armersi
wh'o will atyen aro requestedI toxaii
bryig, theiors w'iiiti I them.-Den
Ilo N . -5,Plce'. C. iNo,
Kll Scoll Co.lliutyi I)corti.
Apicknson edesdy he 3n
Cotinty Siperintem (ltit o( tinention.
To tho voers of )iteir(e outay, I hor
Iy aninonne1o iyxelf a i i tidhto for the 0o
Ilee of, Cominty st ipSi Jili IIetimr iet t of lItluel
tion)i, alIjevt to the voteIs'4 il the priinar;
clection.J. Aimoszo .llaows.
To the voters of I'ikli)s cotity, I here
by amunnsv myself it canlidlato for the of
flee of (o .inty Treasuirier. Siihject. to tho v4
ters in the printary elections.
.1. ). Cmtnwrox.
DRt. T. 1). LIO-N AltD,
A II w4oIrk gI:rant i . t-(
Wouhlbe ple ' ae t 0) v you.
( reelivillo, S. C.
Oiliev m iruce &I-114. S oster's Drug Store.
tur b1Iy I.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
P'lauters Bank, of Greenville,
W. ITf. Su,1tnmolv.
J udginet'of Fore'closura
By virtue (d a judgmIleIt of
1 r(e(ure u inatle in thu above
oinled cask, by lon. Janes Al
d(rin, p residi;.- .iudge, on 23d
n'y l ' will S(ll to th ll igh
e:.aOk i hcra Iebns C. .fl. dur
In,, *14h1- iIwlhne or sale, Onl
h' i l n .\ V, 189(6,
19' Nin4 og decribed real es
I: btt? ceta ~)in pc, parcel
or piintatio' of land lying, be
i1i' 'it t t ill ih Colinty of
'ickens, t:;ato aforesaid oil 'Tox
MVaV 1iver in lastatou Town.
ship bomi(led by lands of R. L
Touias, W. J. Dufliie and oth
ers, containing about seventy
Iive (75) acres more or less, it be
ing the same tract of land con
veyed to the said IW. Hf. SuInmey
by uid from Jno D. Galloway,
l'er1t 1, Cash on lday of sale,
purch baser to pay for palers.
J. \M. STICW'\A.R,
Clerk of Court.
4th April 1896.
T ,1111 1KiA0N
No Iu nsl n lO
N v.1.k - 4 s :11 iW an.-, M iss
you t un toSecur lhiain s Com
:m'i so-heise th meae picked
The ~actory Shoe Store.
J. M. Dickson,
rII eed shoe miaker, is with us, who
r11airs; all kinds of shoes, ladies
shoe0. a speociality.
mieh I 07.
Our Store, 205 Main
is N~ow Open !
pulic in L~e'ral to' inlspLct our1
stockh wi,-hi consists ofL Dry Gjoods
V' woul )d espoilly calli your
attet t o'u ou1 ( ur lini> (of Novulty
Yo ill l hl 1(ver'ytin g thiat is
kept ini a Iirst class Dry Goods
storo,0j (i Pu stoc k. I t wiil be' ou r
chiif im to1) givo you the latest
styli's, thle host, qua11lit ies anid thse
I desi ro to thank the peoplo of
this el'y nt i suirrouniding counlities
for thieiri lihoral paitronage and1( thia
uniny fa'bvors shiownt 111 inl 4hio past
anid truist, that I many be aubl to
nmiko it. to thir~i initerest to share't aL
po rt ion of it with mu ini the fut
-A' J, JONES,
ATTh )1N -:Y Al TLA W,
l'iekens, (. 1i., S, C,
Ii * 2. in al tiatmi Iout
Just t ec ivedli !~
.4:1WA' d 1101elU b Iy'
I 1;:e ":a full hine of
I I. !? 1 .+ ' <ti 1 A l s
\l 'ii UI, (' uiSSN I [.11 , '.(5.
ll.V"I('pV Ii(h for liwa as uth
NOVICui~. . '(. 0 a T
I ~tt ut o f:'5 slwr&(l. ie
Ie .' Mn i n S. t ;e i llS.
WO are opening up1) the best line c
Ladies and Aen's I ats.
Tinware, Glaware, Crockory,
H arne'ss and IIard ware,
Ever shown in Pickens.
They are bought to sell, and w<
ilvito youI all to come.
8351 AG N
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
And Every Variety of Fine carria es, lhe
and Harness, I lardware, Paints, .)
Greenville Coach F
G W. SIRBiNE, Sup:2intendon
NEW SHOE STORE
MILLER & UUKS1
With a new and wecll s~elcd stock of
Ladies' and Gentlemn's lFine Shoes a specialtyv.
Iteceiving good( eery dlay direc"(t ftromtl the 'etoi
G2i"Shoes Neat, Comtfotabie and Las tig.
No. 105 N. MAIN STREET, Cre
W'Agents for the W. L. D)OUGLASS Warranted
Wearo making addiationsa to our (lIr immonIt~so
wheni you needl now, choico gtoods, kindly drop ini and
through our stock. We soll the very best goods the
rnd offer themi at remarkably Closo pricos.
Westfoeld and Hell
Near the Couti. H~ouse.
feb20t f- Gree
On and aftor theo 2d of Ap pil, and will sl
prot tiostItine of
HATS AND BONNETS
Witth past expebrionco and1( the adlvantange of' nors
aill the eastern fashiions, and~ wit~h great caro inI soec
confidont that tho most exacting can find what. thi(
on us. All are cordially invitedl to the opening, and
WHOLESALE AND RETAII
apr4m61 100 Cofftra t (.. der jioa.. ot
Just arrived and Cheap. Come ;i
and aeo them.
*&B-Thoso who owe- me will pleas
come and pay without further dela t 7
A. G. WYATT
J ust opened a beautiful line of novelf
in all the new coloring and desigus
O9 Waist and Dress Silks
Ini Persian and Dresden Effects.
Allover Irridescent Nets, Jewei
Edgings and Insertions, Persiari
bons, fancy littonf to match afi
the other New Trimmings. D'nn
fail to see these lines as you will find
all the Novelties of the seasona here.
NEW JOINTLESS MATTING,
[Get our Prives]
ies, Car1ts, :1111 ."opr'
s A vin x( -.
y Im -. I k iii.
11b. pa-he11d ,
hos oct im . 'i.a
k 11:111, pol
) e enile*.C
us ll itii
1vile * ronilo SC
St O~k dail., .,1with
coutryiifors ynianckhadSt. e
Klingler' hs pridziepaiiireeBck
Ralto Relt Foo. Uwt
Ralston Health Flour at
________ _ Ferguson Bros.
N b 1~* ~ I l~N I - LIE 1I2. , eis''Iilre -~lO
-- -lIi)vill, o r ut 11. O let over A io n &lii
(1w the 1tIhho i iae0 i~ fet
on al inlspecti on ofth tliSle idntwirefe
tiI g stock, wo areo0le i.I'eevx(or os,8 .
y watil b y calli ng o i t ~yo ~ll9 et
the i~ri)O0 or - yo . rie ea l'if~.:s 11?t iy
Wheras, Corrt ie .\i. Baylocki hatnodo
suitll ot e grit her le i rso ainn
As rat1 I81 in o t he a tl o a effc
o1. . INaylock, Jnsed.
T)'esrarevTerlfor to ,0* andadmon
ish ll ad sngnir ih kidredand red