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The People's Journal.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Austin are
in town. .
Money to loan-Call at P. 0
Box No. 45, Pickens, 8, C.
The bridge on tho road botwoon
Clayton Smith's and tho river
over a branch needs fixing and
Capt. T. J. Mauldin roturned
last wook from an oxtended and
delightful trip to southwest Geor
gia and upper Florida.
The Liberty Sub-Allianco will
meet at 2:30 p. m. noxt Saturday,
May 16th 1896.. All members are
roquested to be present.,
Miss Anna ('harlos, daughter
of Capt. Charles, <f Greenvillo
county, was visiting relatives and
acquaintances in Pickons this
Tho JOURNAL is publishing the
list of subscribors, as they pay, an1d
will tako it as a favor if any one is
omitted that it ho roported to tho
Rev. W. M. Hardin preached a
fino sermon to large congrogations
last Sunday morning and ovening
at Pickons and at Bethlehem in
Thoro was a large congregation
at Mt. Carmel churchl last Sun
day. Comm tn ion services were
held and conducted by Rov. W.
E. C. Brown, a former citizon of
Pickens county, was in town Wed
nosday among his friends. He is
now in Groonville in the mercan
Miss Stella Newbory who has
been very sick at Gaffney, wo are
glad to stato is much ini)roved.
So much so that she was able to
ride out a few ovenings ago.
A largo congregation was in at
tendance at Peter's Creek church
last Sunday to hoar an excellent
discourse by Rev. J. E. Foster.
Several Pickcnsites wero present.
WV. K. Stewart and Chastain
Stowart knocked the record MIon
day, the 4th, on squirrels. They
haggd 243 boforo diunnr time on
that day. They saw three times
the number they killed.
Mr. A. J. Major, son of Winm.
Major, formerly of Pickons coui
ty but now of Greonville county,
was visiting relatives and friends
this wook. H1e was acenlmanlied
by his sister, Miss Sadio.
The "city fathers'' of Easley
are J. '. Latlhem, inteldlant; W.
.B. Anthony, J. E. Craig, J. E. Ha
good, Jr. and J1. B. Robinsoni, war
(d01s. They have emiployedl as
town marshal, Mr. A. G. Smith,
R. G. Gaines, of Central, was in
Pixckons last T.hursday. Game
s aye Central is still there and
that there is no telling when she
wvill1 go, notwithstanding the talk
that is going On ini regard to the
removal of the railroad d ivisi m.
It seems as though the editor of
the sentmel has pulledl a groen
onie, if he will refer to the registra
tion notice in a back number of his
papr. lie will find that the regis
trationi books will bo open live
woeks at this pla1ce after the 16th~
*Married, on Wednesday evening
Mn y 6th, by the 11ov, Dri. Bahhv1 in,
isaih (Cox, formerly of P'ickens,
;S. C., to Milaude, the t hi rd daiuigh
tor of Capt. and Mrs John F.
.Moachami at their residlence, 810
5th street, N. E., Washington,
Samuel Rily) was~ arreste5~d and
lodged in jail Monday, being~
chargedui withl the killingt of .Jogeph
Hunt on the Brunsoni farmn about
three miles from JEasley. The
statements differ as to the origin
oif the difliculty, bu)lt it is aigrood
that they met at the pl ace and a
row ensued, which resuzltad in the
death of Josephl IJnt from a stabl
inu the .abdomn, and anm ugly
wvound on the throiat and clhin of
Samuel Riploy, made by a knife
in the hands of Jose'ph Hunt.
Hicks says Lhat M~ay willI be the6
wvettust month ,of the spring-that
.too much water will fall ini that
.month for muaniy lowlands, and
.ensough1 to thoroughly moisten
alt wections of the country. The
*Solstico rains mn June will not be
exoeliVo, but sufficient in panrts
to nourish well cultivated crops.
In localities here and there heavy
down-pours will Ioccur. TPho last
half of August andic into Septomn
her will bring aniothoir period of
rasins to opntral and norf~inerly per
~tionms of the country.
. On the beautiful stream of KIo..
wvoe river, nni May 1st, at the clos-.
;ing of Mr, 'J. E. Parson's school,
itaught at Keowee, Pickenis county,
ithe school aud commni i ty enjoy
Itho pleasures of *a picnic. Mr.
Ears8ons is an excellent Leachor.
H~e did overything in his pow~er to
make his school iteresting and *a
success. A large crowd auttended
the picnic, atltholugh the morning
was very inclemont. Evor.y.onM
enjoyed thomuselvyes vary much,
especially the pupils in fishing and
boat ridibg. AtL noon an excellout
dtuner was sorvedl at the Old Fort
Gerespring. This spring is said
to hatve ,bovn wvalled up by the In
S'. dians- 1otat,y Svater never flowed
rnmA th Rlinn ,Rla~ 'h ills.
Nero Hallum, a prosperous and
highly respected colored citizen of
Contral Township, came up early
Monday morning and surrendered
himself to Sheriff McDaniel for
killing Richard Anthony, colored.
Richard Anthony married a-daugh
tor of Noro Hallum, butq they sep
aratod some time last year, and
since their soparation Richard An
thony has been noticed to be at
ten tive to his wife's mothor, Nancy
During the absonce of Nero Hal
lum from homo last Sunday, his
wifo, Nancy Hallum, went to visit
Riohard Anthony, who occupies
one of the section houses on the
Southern Railway, about two hun -
dred yards from Noro Hallum's
dwelling. Amanda Kirksoy and
the wife of Richard Anthony mado
a call at his residence, but woro
refused admittanco to the dorm
tory. Upon Noro Iallum's roturn
they told him what thry had soon
and heard at the Anthony house.
When Nancy Hallum roturned
home, her husband told her not to
comio in, but to leavo his promises.
She left after considerabl mouth
ing and sivore that sho would re
turn and burn every building on
tihe place. Noro Hiallum thought
it prudent to keep watch aboult his
buildings and went out to his barn,
taking his gun with him. After
staying there awhile, he started
to Hlon. B. J, Johnston's, a friond
of Ils, to get advice. As he was
gotting up n -ar the house of
Amanda Kirksey, which is about
on1e hundred yards from his house
and near tho path loading to Mr.
Johiston 's, Ie heard soio talking
there, but supposing that Anmanda
Kirksey and her husband were ill
Some dispute, went on and mot
Richard Anthony inl the yard.
Amanda Kirksoy said at the in
quest, that Nancy Hallum and
Richard Anthony canio to her
house and were talking to her
ibout their conduct. As the dis
puto waxed warm, Nancy ial
lum loft, and Richard Anthony
drow his pistol and threatened to
shoot Amanda, but he uent out of
the door with tihe pistol in his
hand and she followed him to thmo
door and told him not to como
back to her houso. He was in the
yard and turned to go back in the
house, but sooing NPro Hallunis,
wenit toward hii with his pistol
still in his hands. Amanda Kirk
soy (Iid not soo them moot, but
heard the gun fire'. Noro Hallum
says that Richard Anthony snap
pod his pistol twice at him, beforo
lie fired the gun. Richard An
tnony was shot in the left side and
died about 1 :30 o'clock Sunday
Tpo the citizens of Pickens and
others inteirested: Ploase meet at
the cemetory Saturday, May 16th,
at 8 o'clock. Bring shovels, hoes,
mattocks' and forks. Wo' wanit to
clean off the cemetery. Come. If
you can't come yourself, send a
hand ; If you can't do that, give
us 50 cents. We will see that it is
spent to the bost advantage. We
want to dig the sedge up and haul
it out. Come and (do ono days
work, you will never miss the
time. J. T. YouxnUI.oon,
A. M. Moasms,
W.T R. MaJon,
TI. D). HlAinus,
DEaAm Jou1nNA : I will give you
ai few dots from here today, and
will say we were visited on the 5th
ist., with one of thbo heav'iest hail
and1( rain storm I over witnessed.
U c c)mmencedl ab~out 2 o'clock and
lasted near thirty minutes, plenty
of it fell as large as patridge eggs
ind was two inches deep all over
thoi ground, andl the heavy rain
wamshod the land the worst I evor
saw here, and swept down all the
torracos. The ha ildriftedl six ini
ebos5 deel) in many lhacos and~
there is pjeinty of it here today at
10 o'clock, and I think it will he
bore all dlay. The cropa are all
hadly dam'aged. Cotton and cor
iiro beat inito the ground, gardens
are ruined where they were in the
nmailn streak, which I think was
about twyo miles and a half wyide,
andl 1 don't kniow the length of it.
It went in the dlirection) f Pickens
C. HI. So the canid~i(ates may not
look for beans nor eiarly ipelons
sooII for they are all cut upl with
hail, bult it seems thoroe wont be
many as they haven 't put their
namois in the JOURNAL so they rcan
be0 soon by BONEs.
May 9th 189%.
Trfj01 was a terrific storm pass
0(d over t he easterni porition of this
county Siuniday, 1the 3d int., play
ing h avoc' withb fences alnd tinllbor,
Thiiis pencil pushier wans compolled
to bunildl filly p~l~anos on) Sunday
OVOin g, but I reckon that's all
right since Sunday is not the Sab
bath, gjo Q)o adlvent ist say.
T.lhore was aw hpp y wedd inmg tookc
place at the r'esidehica ef the ofli
ciati ng Notary Pl' ie, J1 obt. V.,
Froomatn, on May the ihd, Mr.
Leigh Owons to Miss Fanio Tc'1ate.
All of Pickons eaunty .
lIay thne #1h 1896.
"Walk this, way maiullC,"' po
li tely regn;ested an affaible Iu tvery
bow leggeol 4mo' assistamnt, of a
rathier antiguate4~ J.ogng dame.in
old ancient, in bwihleredl aston
ishmnont, "I couldn't walk that
way if you ivas to give me the
whole ahon t'
The Union Meeting of the first di
vision of the Twelve MilE Associati
on will be field with Oolenoy church
on the fifth Sunday iii this mionth
and Saturday bofore,begmning at 10
o'clock. Devotional exercises will
be conducted by Rev. J. E. Foster at
10 o'clock Saturday.
Introductory eriion at 11 o'clock
by Rev. B. Holder.
Adjour for dinnor. Afternoon
1st. Should our churches retain
in fellowship a member who uses im
toxicating hquors as a bevierage and
if not how shoi1d such a member be
dealt with? By ltev. J. T. Blurdine.
01nd. Should one church receive a
member by letter from another
church without examin ing the appli
cant as to his or her converioin
christian experieice, life, etc? By
Rev. N. L. Jones.
3d. Ilow should those mem0iiibers
le dealt with who habitually absent F
themselves from their regular church
meetings and fail to help pay the ex
penses of the church? By [ev. J.
Sunday mlornlilg begilnlig at
o'clock, a Sunday Sc-hool mass meet
ing will be held( and tenl miite talks
interspersed with music will be made
as follow s:
What is a Sabbath School? Rev.
J. M. Stewart.
The ain atd object of a Sabbath
School? J. 'T. Childress.
Some ol the results ot Sabbath
school work? Iev. J. E. Foster.
Should unconverted persons teach
in Sabbath schools? Rev. J. T. Bur
The reward ,for faithful Sabbath
School teachers amd scholars? Rev.
J. T. Lewis.
Missionary sermon at 11 o'clock
by Rev. J. M. Stewart.
Every church il this Unioi. divis
1011 is requested to sen(d delelcgas,
and the delegates are urged to come
and have a good meeting
Your Briggs corresponden t
would have put in his appearanlcv
many days sgo if it had not been
such busy times. But I ai thank
ful the battle is about half won,
ats WO aro dono planting.
Cotton is uip and looking fine,
whilo Corn is just as good as th
host farmiers desire to see it. Rain
is beginning to ho badly n(eed
Tlhe Editor of Ohe JouuNAi. pass
ed turough town with his family
the other day, (.n rmnto to Greeni
ville. He wore a broad smile and
was Vivacious as a sweeot sixtooner.
Quito ia larg8 crowvd fromil Briggs
11( vicinity attlnded Bethsda,
on Sunday. Preachi ng ih1as 11en
going on foir a week 0or mi'ore and
has beeni largely attended.
Go west young man, (Jo wvest!
was Hioract Greely 's advice to
young imen, but our yemnugster's
somii to have a head of' their own
and every Sunmday, flock exactly in
an) opposite dir'c tioin.
M1\iss Len derman, of' the Green
villa Female College. visited her
cousins, Misses Meta aind Ul~a Cox,
last Saturday and Sunday.
Toowas a big fishing party at
Farrs' on last Saturday.
Whether cupid( played any
pranks or not remains unknown.
One young Adonis went from
Bi'iggs and1( repor0ted ai good time.
For fur'thier mfiormnation apjply to
Maj. Jack. p.
Musical Associiationi, willh moet
with the .hhlehenm chiurich, two
miles soiuthI of P'ickens on the fifth
Fundlay ini May at 10 o'ciock a. mn.
Each church, sunday, music
school aind sinlginig chiri is allow
ed r'elpeintaltives of thrleQ malies
31. \V. Nm~wvoN,
Mihle Creeck (Club.
Pur'suan t to thle call ofl the
Pickens Conuty Demnocramiticeoxo
cuitive coimminittVe, club miot and
eloetted tihe folliowing de(lega tes to
the counmty conventfion, F. C. Par
sons, J. N. M urphiree, 0. S. Stew
art and C. Hi. lillingsley . also 0.
S. Stewart execut ivo commlliit ton
manl). The11 roorgan)iz/atinot of the
(c1lu ospIl od ini the elect ion of ..
N. N~ uirl ph reeipesidentl , J1. K. Bow
on, vice-president, .J. .E. P'arsons,
secretary. J. E. P'AhRsoxs, Sec.
Tfhe Cross Pliains~ Demuiocratic
clubi met op the 23d init. , and1( (ol((
Carpon ter, racr'otary, and( J . P.
Garvrick assistant secret ary. Th'io
club ond1orsed1 C. 1[. Carpenter for
tho logislaturo andii W. J . Ponduer
for sheriff. J. R. Lathem, C. 11.
Ilarton and1( Joo Le 10 ' woro( elect.
od dlelgtes to the Count.y Co nvou
Admiiral D~ot, the well-known
,dwarf, wvho has exihiiedl h imiself
idl over th0.vorld., no0w runs11 a ho
tel at Whito laii'is, N. V. Mlaor
Atom, another muidget,is the night
cicik. Thoy are the smallest boin
ifsces in the country but they (do
a big business for all that.
r aid that'a little suphoer
cluckens~ apil glyon onco or twice a
day will pront gapesi.
A sqcesgful n~yih sas
a sucos .a a Lz(ep and as a gon
lnrmau, 110Oi04 o 0y any man on
Corn and cotton is a good sta
in this sootion and the grass
m -oro than a good stand.
Tlio flies and gnats are gottinl
very sociable and are very kind
hoartoed. They will not loavo you
alone at any time.
The farmers havo laid aside
their winter woar and com out in
their sumnief suit, consisting of
cotton goods, palmotto hats and
sun grins,so they aro ready to bat
tIo with general groon.
Miss Nora Smith and Mattio
Jonos visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Jones last week.
Wo had throo washing rains in
this section last wook and a big
mnil stori iln somo parts.
Prof. J. Marion Loopor was oni
hesick list last week.
Joseph Loopor Sr., is still visit
ng his son, Joseph Looper, Jr.,
i(d is very feoblo.
Tliero is at flourisiiing Sunday
;elool at Aica school houso, with
1. Marion I.ooper as Superinten
Mir. W. C. BIaInlett 111 cut off
i's wihiskers and says le is now
W.1ady for general green.
"Lon Brown who W0Was a candi
late for. Shool Commissioner for
i few Weeks, lis clitinged Iiis card
1o read for troasurr."-Pickens
Yes, Bro. Boggs, and I aim to
"git thar" too. Horo's my tW.
J. ALoNzo BlowN.
Afteri eiiient physictains andiall otlier
<nwI) remII edies fail, lloticilk Ilood
lbito, (11. It. 11..) will qtickly cure.
Nloltts:isl of tvs41111oials atte st this
act. No ca-(e of rhIeInitism cai stamd
eforc its 1inn:ic healing power. Seil
4:1np for hook of partieicr . It con
aItinls evileice thtul will colvilice yot
Ainit. B. B. I.s the best Cnre for aill
diool aund skin d1iseases ever (1iscovorel.
:i1wia*e of subotituies said tb be ' just as
Oi." $ A1.0:) per large bottle. For sa te
John A. McCombs and family
:ako this mothod of thianking our
'riends and neigh bors for thoir
tol) and k indiins during oui son-s
ickness and b1 urial.
JoxN A. McCoinms.
I was born near Eidgefield, S. C.
[ hiavo invenited theo best and
'10apost, stock hitcher that was
wvor invented. Agenits wanted.
Addross WN". P. Holly, (1roinvillh,
All announco1imnts for cand(i-i
:ates aro strictly cash wIti ordor
[or the same. U
ie iniany frietds (of 0. 1t. Fi4-4l re.
qpeit fullv a inn iliac hi is a entididate for
iomtv Supervisor, subject to the votcrs in
the prinary election.
Theii ninn friendsx of itOBERT .STEW
f->r the etlieet of County Suipervisori, subl ject
to thei vouturia in thie prituary teeton.
T1he' niuny friiits of ,ilESSE 1t. 1(055
herebly aunou n-o hiiin as a ennlilate fer thie
(itllee of C'ountyv Suipervisr, subiject to Llhe
voters iiu thle pri (nary election44(.
TIhe voters of 1'iekeins coinity respectfully3
annonn0lien -1. I I. C . AI l DAN IEL as i a ntuli
elate feit.>e-el ect in to th(le (Ile (of Shieri I'of
P'ickens couni ity,sub1 ject to the voters in thie
the primary electionl.
Tihe many frieiila o4f WI. .J. P'OND EI(,
hereby anniioiiiie hiini ai enitulblate4 for
the ofli(ce of ShieriffT, subject the voters ini
the priinary election,
Cleik (of Contrt.
The inny friends (If A.J. J. 31. STCW.
AiT'I respiect ful ly annonniee hiim ais aen
liilate forl Cler1k (if Court, siubject to) the
ranary election of Pickenms county. *
To thi Voiters oif Picken~s coitt, 1 here
biy anniiointroe mysel f a cndidate for thie oif
Ile1 (of Clerk of Court, subject to the voteis
n the prinary ehecti on.
* .JOHiN A. lIOn:NSON.
Wei, thle frienals of J. T. You ngloot ii,
ierebly ainnieuiu' huni as a endidate for re
tectcin to e l liiie of Ciounmty Tireasurerc i,
uhI je(ct to (lie voiteris ini the intary 1( l e
ion. * orAx
To4 thle voter o'' f P i eons coun ity, I hore..
iy anounle tuuisel f a ennel idlate for the oif
i'e off County Tlreasiirir, sublji.5t to the va
eras nt the priniiiry electiton.
J1. I). CUn:rux
To lie V:iter's ofl 1Pikens (County: For
pietai itaso uns I herebyi wit hira *w as a cn-.
lidate for Counity Su pern tenelent, of Ed ut
'atiiotn, andmii nnouncet iiiyself a cnnuluit ae
or thle .11ice of Cun ty 'Treasuirer subject
o the vet ers in thie pirimarv clectien.
. hi~ P larm .ionest y, coinpeiteincy, invaI
idly, i uligenc!', anal do0 as you woul wish
(I 1he dlone by ini miy colitioii.
Fori County Atulitor,
The many fit'iils of IW. 4. UsriH iSTO
'II 0l, ro e's it Ily annonn(lien him as a
miii h tte for re-e lectioni to the- illice oif
Xuit or (if P'ickenis (*oun ty, sublject to thie
'ot ers in the primary elect ion.*
The man.. friendis of J1. 11. C1'LDE, here..
y,' annoiunce hin as a a e'amlblat fur the
hien of County Amnlitor, subject to tho
ut ers in thie liimary election.
Al 11vork gniatanteed.
iyiouhd be pileased to serve you1.
(ireenville, H. Ct.
)llire ever Bruce & D~oster's 1rug Stoi-e.
ILOSIERtY AiD) UNI)EU
Yoni all know 01ur repuitaton in'
[Io1ier'y and1( Unde~lrwear.
WeT arei busiy ill this . loolk niearly
P~our itenufl of in(terest in hlosiory.
1- 1 6 cenlts per pair, former priCo
2. 20 cents per pail', former prico
3. 25 cenits per! fair'. folrmor price
4. 3.4 cents per' formecr price
j. Laoliej ve.c' ts would be
good valne at 8
2. Ladiiies vesc Ls, would
be0 good value at[
8. Ladlies ves-ts 51, would
be good value at '.
4. Ladies vest> ~ ol
be god valgp) at t
Pleaso'ask to see 1 yol.
110s as it wyill savO anid
bring you haulf to .J0
Agont Standard IIa
We are opening up the best line of
CLOTIS I NG,
Ladies and Men's Ilats.
Tin ware, (Ilassware, Crockery,
larness and Ilardware,
Ever shown in Pickens.
They are bought to sell, and we
Ito youI all to conme.
.1. Mc). ilUCE.
ARE MADE BY
-k1. K I EV.
And Every Va 1_ Carriages, lu11ggoics, Carts,
and I rdware, Paints, Oils
Greenvil oach Factory.
G W. S1-RtY.Liu, Superintendent.
:Fr C7 cI wr wvc ix c:
NEW SHOE STORE.
MILLER & CRUILK$HAk8
With a new and wecll selected stock of
Ladies' and1( Gentlemen's Fine Shoes a specialty.
Rleceiving gods every (day direct from the Factories.
WShioes Neat, Comfortable and Lasting.
l\/ill r -JEErail'ding-,
No. 105 N. MAIN STREET, Creenville, S.C
.Gr"Agenmts for the W. L. D)OUGALASS Warranted shoes. oct3m3.
Wearo making ad(di tions to ou r ou r immonso stock dlai ly, and~
when0you ned ow,, chloico i.oods, kind(1ly~( drop inl and lot usshwyo
through our stock. We soll tlIo very best goods tioe couantry afl'ords,
and offor thomi at renmarkably clOSo) prcs
Neair the CourIIt 1House.
feb20t f- Greenville. S. C.
.We are glad to say that we certainly have had ta rushi this far
this season, and hope) it will continue.
Wo will enevor to kgeop our stock upl until all are supplied
with the latest novelties mn hats and bonnets in thme market.
.Call before you buy. We gnoiranmtee o1r hats will surpass any
in the city, prices rnoderatc.
fo ill oefer special bargains in mo~digvm anid low priced hats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A* G. Wya(
EASLEY S. C.
1\TLIBW TI GOO.DS
J ust arrived and Cheap. Come
and seo them. -
6TiThoso who owo *'no will pleaso
comno an( pay without further (elay
A. G. WYATT,
octatt Easley, S. C.
Just o)enel a beautiful line of novelty
In all the new coloring and desigin
Waist and Dress Silks
In Persian and Dresden Effects.
Allover Irrideseent Nets, Jewell
Edginigs andil I Insertions, Persian Rib.
bons, rancy lBittonf to match and all
the other "New T1rimmings. Dom't
fall to See these lines as you will find
all the Novelties of the seasou here.
AND Cl IEVIOTS
NEI .1OINTLESS MATTING.
[(Get our Prices]
Dry Coods and Carpets.
"ITerlepone No. 87.
I'. S.- litterick I Patterns.
I IIav I h ii tih-st lie I Ihav over olferett
'11 i lnl ' he p i is. Ilower.
A flti 1\111111e f,-r 75-,. A liven 1mit'1011
sht- fir 1.11. .\ gooi itnvt's shoe ior . 1.25.
My stu k lof' :.'r" weries h'4 iouthl retei vo
y itrat 5tj i . is ih. Iofet - ll i
a31.. r: fir 25HA RR 1S.
Iliiei a he i.
A h t 111111 Iltg (1f7 t hi cm 's- fou 10c.
A ll III- V4111 y 31' w . It(, 21,' veits aftil
hary gClotto, ness ge :111 ah.
Farim iei t hand yous alt at.
T. E. HARRIS,
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