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The People's Journal
-Cotton 1 @ 7.
-Next Sunday is St. Vallen
-Cold weathor is only a leave
-Dr W. T. Field was able to bt
oil our streets last wook.
-Miss Anita Ambler visited
friends in town this week.
-Miss Alico Finnoy, of Ander
son1, visited in Easloy last week.
-Heavy north wii(8 in thi
month forebode a friuitful year
-Mr. J F'. Banister, of Cateo
chco, spont last Sunday in Pick
-Miss Mattie Hoster visite(
tho Misses Ilarris, at Field, ias
---le back mountains were
covorod w'ith isnow again last Sat
-1-. B1. HeIndricks shipped u
car load of cattle to Norfolic, Va.
--For ovoy thOndor with rai
in Febriiary, there will be a col(
epoll in May.
-Cou rt convenes hore the firs
Monday in March, with Judg
-Mr. and Mrs. Jep. Morgan
of Central, is on a visit to R. A
Boweni's this woek.
-M. F. Iester is preparing :
erect a substantial barin on hli
premises in town.
---OconOO News says: J. E
Boggs, Esq., of Pickens, was ii
town last Friday.
The County Board of Commis
sioners brought a good crowd t<
town last Monday.
-Mossrs. R. G. Gaines and JefT
Gassawny, of Central, was in towi
Oil busineOss lIast wOOk.
-The serenaders made excel len)
music for sevoral of the po pe il
town last Mondity night.
-There was a most enjoyabl
sociable givrn at Mr. C. E. Robin
son's last Tuesday night.
-Rov. M. L. Joins iS eirecting :
neat and sIhsanti-l cottage fo
Ed. Hendricks niear Field.
-Mr. Aaron Dogr;s who liss beri
seriously ill for F-overal weeks
is reportced as convaloscing.
- Ex-Spv l)110(l1ndricks o
the Tllble n l Alolltnill vetion , wal
inl towi AIond POf on bilsi ness.
I-W V. F. Brigh t was inl towi
on1 buisiniess lasTt week a nd made
a pleasantii calli on the JouunsAr
-Thle road( h)Otweenbhoro an<l
Rocky branIchi sihouild be looke(
af'ter at one.. It is almost0 impas
--fr. J1. R. Ifarris, of Field
wvas in town Onl buiness last Tuosie
day and( miade the JouinxAL 111pleas
-Thoro) has hoon a p)eti tion ci r
cuilated'( to malke PickOnls schioo
distriot and TFowni Creok distric
in to one. ,
-Mfr. Malrt ii lloen and1( lamilh
was in t own laust WVedne)sday amiI
spen1it ai few I)ii moets ini the .JoU1
*-TPine Pickens 11 ighi school, unf
(ler tlle liianlageml oitf fis;
CJarrio O). Sains, us in a tlolirish in'u
-Al is Florene'P1 o ll owen, who ha C
hsein teaucing ai flouishingL scho0
ini Anderson coun)ty 2s at homo1 to:
a few~ dhays.
---Prof E. F. D~eLriest, of Gal
loway, N. C., was in townt 0n bus
iness last wo'ek and1( called at th<o
~JotV1N A L oflico.
-Al rs. 1). .. Carter, a)fter' spon1(
herqe, [eft 1last week for her1 home1 ir
Charlotte, N. C.
-\liss lluolahi Childs and broth
or, Oscar, (of Aindirsonl county
v isi ted: s rlat ios and1 fr'iends 5i
P'icke*ns last week,
-Ther'o wvill be( pre'aci)Ing a
the Meth)odist churuIch next Sah
---Sherihl' Mclaiiel will have
substa:ntial h'inc( put n1rotund thIl
jailI sooni. TPhe work will he, don1,
by llov. MgL. Jones.
-Mr is. J, 1. Newi t1) has ben0
onl a visit for the past, wonk to 1h0
faitheor, Mr . Aaron Boggs, of Cal
houn, who has boon seriously ill
--Mr. Pete Ferguson and wife
or TPexas, 1s on a visit to ti
fahI~rme'is brother, Mr,. V. A. For
gusAon), who l ives (ivo niles soutd
-Thoiure wvill bo preachtig a
Ooleonoy Baptist chiurich onI th)
beforoc, in ('ach1 mth~, inl~sa ad1 0
-Mr'. A mibr'oso E. Gr'i fin, who
has been ionated in Ohjatchile, Ala,
for soverual years, is Or. visit to i
father, (.pjt. Jas. A. Griflin whi
lives fiv~ mil s north of ijckom)
--Now is the htme to sulbscrib
for the JounaNAl,. It is givin~g mor,
read inig ma tter than any othle
1)1)p01 in) tihe coun0ty and1 it givos al
the county nlews nnd1 Lsgislaturi
prioceed ings everyv wook. Read tn
Joun NAL and( adis your friend
to. It will help you to get along
-A. At. Morris wont to Andor
011 Oil business last week.
-Dr. G. W. Earlo reports his
patients all doing very well.
-Miss Lila, Harris visited rela
tives and friends in town this
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Easloy the.16th and 17th of Feb
-Read the advortisemont of
W. M. Goodlett, of Greenville, and
when there call on him.
--Don't fail to havo your ph1o
tograph's taken whilo Henderson,
the photographer, is hore,
-Read tho a(lvertisemlent of
NcAllistoi & Beattio of Greenvillo,
and when thero call on thm.
-If your paper fails to reach
you on timo, pleas report it im
mod intelv to tho Cdit or. tf.
-Auditor Christophoir has com
pleted his rounds and will be found
at Pickens tho balance of the time.
-If you need any Carpr;ntor
work done, call on the "Live
Yankee." Ho's always up to dato.
-As a rule, you will find tliat
the man who luis tioubles of hi
owni nvero wars a button saying
-Four of our great Prlostl
deromiiinations now re3flse to ad
mit ruin sellers to church memlber
---See the advoirtisoment of A.
J. Jonles, of Greenville, and whenl
you nood anything in dry goods,
call onl him.
--Something happens every day
to convinco a man that he lets peo
ple soo too much of him, to add
L to his popularity.
-Mrs. Solomon Looper, of Da
- cusvillo Township, slipped up en
> tho ice on the 1st inst., and re
ceived sovero in juries.
-Jno. T. Boggs, of Liberty, was
in town last week looking afte~r
the interost of the now road be
tween hero and Liberty.
-Readers, don't forget to call op
J. 0. Brock whilo in Pickens and
havo your watch repaired. Work
done at reasonable prices.
--Rev. M. L. Jones filled the
app)intiment at Secona in Rov.
.J. E. Foster's stead last Sabbath
and preached a very instructivo
sermon to a largo congregation.
-Freeman & hendricks 1-re
openiug up a new stock of Geni
Oral Morchandiso, which they are
offoring at the lowest prices. Call
and see them in the Frooman
-The Sylvan Valloy News, of
Brovard, N. C., has (inlarged thei
size of the palper fronm a se-ven
Icolunm folio to1 a live cohumin
l qunarto. iinor de(serv'es cred1t fo r
- his~ aidvanOd ideas and~ should
hlave a goodl patrona~ge. lie is
laboring hard for the up-building
of Brevard and surroundling couni
--The Orangebuig Patriot says:
Just as we go to press, we got the in
formation from Jiud~ge B. lHart Mess,
attoriney for Corngressmani Stoekes,
now in Washiington, that John rson
has withdrawn his Contest for Stoke's
unexpired (erm, or the the 54th Con
gross. Johnson will use the same
ev'idence in presecut inmg his chaiin11
for Stoke's seat in the 55tht Con
--ooo Jones wains in towna
Muouna recorin g thle prtoceed ingU
of thie inquetl(st o)ver Mir. .Joromii ah
Trainum, who dlied on the 7thI
nst. The verdict of t he jur my wals
that lhe came11 to his~ deaithI fronm
natural causes, lie was abont
83 years of age and was highly re
spected by all w~hio kinew~ himi.
-Ho was a imeimber of t he Met ho
diet church, and was buried thei
day fol lowinig his dea th. Hie leaves
a wife andl many friends to monurn
-Oconee News: The1( follow ing
appoinitmentIs have been miad. forii
Oconee: Troarui'er, Th'los. luhhh
Auditor, J. 0. Adams. Magistra'tes:
.T. Ashiwor'thI, Wagoner ; IH. 1.
Sti'iblinig, Seneca; J. B. Sainders,
CeniIor ; D). V. \fgrlight , Fair' iPlav,
'J. L. McCar'ley, (P'. 0. TIownv il he
8. C..) Seneca Tfownship; (1.
Ihitnter, Tugraaloo; 8. 1II. Johns,
W\es tmiiunstor;' .h une Wi Vhi te, 1K -
Punlaski ; J. B. WTsonj0, Fort. l1ll.
---The Andi1ersorn foito 1 Cllgence
says: J. W. Keeinei' and J1. W.
Pi'ico, horse d rove'rs from Webs'teri
- N. C., who( ar'rivedl inl Anderson
. ar'ly M~onday mnorming, were1( ari
resated1 by ShorifIl' Gro'nu a few
hiouris later on in format ion re
ceivod from Shieritl' Mloss, of' Wal-.
halla.T y aroehre witbki
img a nr'gro while crossing tho
mountains last lFriidny, near11 the
L North Carolina 1line. Deputy Sher
Iiff Rose carr-iedl the prisoners t~o
Walhalla Monday night and do
Iivei'ed them to Shii I Moss. The
imon admitted that they had a
negro withl them while they wero
cr'ossm g the moun1IitaLins, but said(
a lie got too drunk to travel arid fell
y o0T of a horseo; that they left hiim
.thor'o, after having gi ven a man
50 cents to take care of him. Shor
i iff Moss, however, was in formedl
1 that IKooner, P'rico andl the negro
r' wore all drunk, and that the later
I was struck iln the hicad and1( left by
the w ayside by thie men. Court is
> mn sossi this week aut. WValhialla,
3 and the prisoners will dloubltless
-M110n1 lose more by solfisluiess
than they gain. .
--The devil-Is a good start inl
e'very hm whero there is a mliodor
-When you need anything in
1the Millinory lino, call on Misss
McKay, Groeiniville, S. c.
-If it, thundors in this month
lookout for a drouth some timio
during the yoar rom iine to twelve
-See the advel-tisemuent of H-.
C. 'Markley, G reenville, S. C., and
whol youm walit. a good wagon,
bui5'Lv o carriage o13 col tlt himl).
- -1".1d the advertiseniuit, of R
(J. (hliies & Gasiaway Blros., of
ou.t rill, ill allother. coltillull, andi
i ml wallt a good iior Or 0111iil
it will he to your interest to call
-ugien e Gary, idest soi of Mr.
iund lrs. John .1. Drak. after a
brief' ill nes, d i(d on the 28th it..
Elgeine ws a i bright, boy and wa.s
Ini no years of ago. Di rillai ns
weire in terredt at Tabor church tire
day followiig his death and till
funiier seri'vi(-s vvre coniuicted bly
! iv. J. I. R iley. Ho was l i'
by all who knew hlim and only at
fe~w <blys befrore his dttlho was
inl pefe i-aith. The broaved
familily havu thle s.ymlpathy of mlanyv
reintIvtes ad rildt hti"Ils t, iI'urn11 his
deIa t II.
--Th0 (rleenville News of the
>ilh in t., says: '. E. Koliii
mulr' (d, Pickenls vcoun~t. ,1amW to
town W hie'day ;d a fter l.ok
ing after oma bin ssarte-d
h o :, uh t .: ()! I 'cl ie;. il b! . ia
hitehud 1t Ihiis 1 y a ra-tther wild
h .els ; v. A t th unter atank om1 cppo4i to
the Amorican i Iank, ho took tho
hit ouit to l;et th;e im l1 drilk,
w.ithout warnjl-.;in: t hehrsf-ase
(1t1. Alr. nn m r' s n wh
wjV 111 1 l e. ii f I d I (3$ o. d h ..
lines 1until the ihm-- had rull own
River stieet, i l1)l biott ald thou Ii
ma l01de a s iarp turn into Pendleton
throwing the boy out. Ho ran on
up1) PeIdleton until ihe struck a
teleg'I raph pole where tho buggy
was torn up, ho brke los ( and
left town oni a dead rul. Mr.
Klinncmi ioro hunted for the horse
all d'iy yu-toI'day but could find
no 1race of him.
--Th1e Piedmont Headlight says:
Oi Saturday night, Mr. M ark Grif
fii, who live's on Mr. Davo Mooro's
place, ear (lierokee, was reoti-i'
inig lhiomO froI Mir. 1,7ell's, he
reached the F4'ster bridgo, across
the Pacolot, just about dark, and1
whilo in thoe overed portion was
attacked by four n egr'os(S. They
liuuidled him v.ry ruouighily, cutting
Iis Coa t tO pieccPS in sealIrch (of
money ('~. imye ev'idenitly know~ of
MI'. Gruiflili hiaving inoney v in his
posessi on, for lhe had bo'rrowed it
fr'omi AlrI. Ha'venei of'11 Spat anhburg,
t.o buly l100 hsusholsi. of cornl with,
1.nd( onel of t he robbers was w"ithi
him at the time. Mr. Griflin was
reho ived otf $87.50, when he was
turnied loose. Mir. Griflini at once
alar'medi the set tlement , and soar'ch
was miade for' thle nlegroes. Ther'o
hiad been a l ight fall of sniow, and
they wer'e tr'acked to Mr. Dave
Moore 's plalce and to a cabin occui
pied Iny f'oui' negi'oes, who l ived
ill the sanme llouse, V'i',., George
N esit, Nimi C.astleberry'I', Brooks
her.uison anid Jimu Brawley. At
:2 o 'cilock Sun day niigh t the' house
was surro~unded, and all of tho in
iiuate's foiiitd at hiomeo OXCpt
Geor(lige Nesbit, who was a Ms
go 1 to Cwopen to hiold a rel i
ha10111 iilg. Being Conlfi'olted
with I holi test i Iiy~i, thle thr'o
negr'o os e a p i iroed c on (esd th e ir
guilIt, anid sad t hat, Nesbit waits
wvitlli t hioini al1so, anild Ihad Ii ho mionev'
ini hisI posanss iol. O)ticors wor'o
at olice sol onl to (CowipAui to
appri~iehiend the leaderol. Thiero is no
dollt hut thluit thoeis.e (fu ollego
were hand t ogetherlo at highway..ith
awaen. Tle reenl t~mil'ne~ hav
fronuii ('105.9 A lhor, one froin
alidi one f'romi A s:hievi lile.
00"1d we.ther'i, f'olltowed by hail,
Sauerl Il and1 Iflenry L0ooper
did( thle b1st jobi of ifcadaiiz..
inig the~ road with r iock betw~een
kinltowin iroad that, I have Gonl in~
Stiprvisr 1,0i' i8 beginning
to lolok int o t he details of the
Mr'. I ,copeir can manago the oflico
as well an hle can fell the story of
a big fox chiase, we don't fthink
ihei'e wvil be any i c'omll~ainat.
teaching a llouirising schooil at
Josephl I~o Oper', Sr I., isa ini hettor'
healthi th~an lie ha s b een! in several
'The gr'ip ini this15 connuiiiity has
abhoiit lot t he people~ 1loose,))1 o't
know of any cases.
, elv. J1. T. Sing'lot(oil fi littd his
fiirst ap~poiuanment itn this y'eari at
Mount Tahor', on thei fourt Ih at
urd(ay anid SundaIly 1and( was the
guests of Prof. J. M. Looper.
LNCI,I: A Ii:.
Suibscibol for' Tu JoINAm,
otivy $1 ,mr ye..
T'ie special call moting of tL
Board of Commissionors iuot
the offico of the County 3upervis
list AMonday 8th inst., All we
Regarding the un iknown nog
at. tho poor farm , that the Supo
visor writo to him folks if t<i
could ho founad d aseertain wIj
shou11ld be (10110 with him.
A potition was orderd by t
Board to be sEnt to the Senator an:
A~opesentattives; at Columbia, r<
uommnding that the road tax 1
$'2.00 or eight, days, instoad of tL
II the ia tt r of damluagos (o \)
W. C lIY t-o' I hic 1)t1 a S. W. ()e]
was assensed at, $100.00. It wm
moveVd that, now comisisoneurs L:
lippointud to muako chlingos inl th
r'oids m) ats to do away with thi
quehostioI of damiges, motion cai
I-i ed. W. N. lloldin~g and Ml.2
Beggs)' wo-ro appoinited Special Conl
missionrs to look after the matte
lin the imattor of the road froi
Fairviow church by Robinson
bri(dgo, at putitioni was file
Lisking the samo to be koj
li the matter of damiagos to
Reno Boggs land J. 'J. Wakelin )
ti, road ruiing through their landi
the re port of thluoliomms isioniors t
a2ss thl laiagres was read ill)
.. RnIo Bmggs clainwd $5.00 a,
I1. J. Wakelin *7.50. It was move
to pay the dailmes.
A propoit.io1 b1y.) th Prohli
Ju(dge 3l.k11d ShilYf, askinl
the l ard to purh Iuase sa fos f.
[Ineh1 of themll camla up1. I t \Ta
m114 )VOd that a coimmittov. he aI
poinlte(l to See (s Xao I ly what i
needed and find <mit what thIm
will cost. E. 1. FLopor was a
p()in11ted atS comi1itt co.
The pot it Iotn for a ni(w\ road frmoi
l'ickens", C. 11., to Liber-ty wal
read lind was nm CVC(1 ilnd ca rrio
Shat same be re-su1v'vd. Joh
A. IR obinsio, l. 1). Stb'phens an
U. Al. 1Lynch Wre ippoiited to Il
off the road.
As to the mattor of the Suip:
visors annual report was orderc
that a condonsed statoment of h
report be published and not in full
In the imattur of a chango in tI
roadl near Iltughos' mill, Ml.
Boggs was appointed as a Speci
Comiissionor to illy off tle roa
Born unto Dr. and 'Mrs. E.
Ii Iine oil the 3d inst., a daughti
Mr. Aaron Boggs who has bei
dangerously ill for the patst ir
weoeks, We lire glad ho is improvii
slowly, and he teniders his thn
to all for their kind attention
himll during his illniess.
Mr. J. R. Tribbl whbo has he
sick~ for ai. longr whil is ablo t
onl hi s fOet aga'Uin and1( me1et 1
friends with a sm ilo.
Mr . Ramsey D~oylo andl famni
havo mnoved hack to theoir K~oow
farmi afIt'er a two y'ourls atbson<
Th'eir' friends hero aroe ghid to ha
thmem hack again.
Our little towni Calhoun is st
bOokedl fo'r impnlro vomen)ts. A fc
nlew bml dings in tho Oastorn paC
tionl of towi~n are now noticoab]
Boggs & Skelton niow have a fi
stor'o of f'ancy groceries, driy goot(
&. s ever was made and1( the
prices the sameiio, and( 1lays aill co
p)otitors ini andi around (Calhoun
the shado. 'Thoir faces are brig
and their boharts aro made lhghtI
the liberal patroniago aw~ard
them by3 the Clemson olites, who
o)rdeCrs koep their doelivory manC
huistl ing at Clemson aftebr nig
1filling the(ir' ic ord0 'er. gi von hi
at day-light. '-ILonmor and fat
from nmo Coiition rise, ntot wI
your i part, tow.ard1 Clemson, if y,
wvould wvin the pr'ize.'
ASu ICVERi, A IhUSTLER.
Mr's. JIuha Chapman, of Centas~
is v ist ing lher sist er, Mtrs. W. 1I. Cha
inun i thb w5~eek.
ils. .lolio \\rllijmas visited h<
Cparent s Sundioay, M tr. antd .Mirs. 1
NIl n. V ion. o~s~a iut
S 11(1.y J. S. l'l t'l wil oeav I o0
tor'1 hatknlachif business. unn
Mr 1Athur Fr'in an C'iisteg'
vite1(11C 31.11. TI. lo ints and fn
ily las ,unday.~' 011ll li(O
Dr.igtC~' W.A', Shel has' boit i
1.11 ') part of C the lbltning tos a
Wh. (R.41 tollgworh.nsWCI.
B.Th.allht' th)( ii( iso wteek.1I
Sundha bu ther is oyon
town stae that itusi'ss
00,00 arde ~ if Thnks. f he
im'ek exy ihank and bVCi't uhe :Il(
no intt tihiibmy ad a hglood (i
and(( afth thox urnng of my tdwlo
ofiloso rombl hiiow. oo Ii
110I.G LINE OF SHOES
I'( All Kind of Shoes, Ladies Shoes, Men's
Shoes, Boy's Shoes. Cheaper
than ever before.
HEA V Y GROCERIES.
Flour. Baco ,urar, Salt, Lard, Molasses,
Rice, Crits, &c.
Come to see w; vi lai s. hdiow you otr (oods
Wiether you want to niid o-sat
0 ttelltion to 3veryl'vk1 dk nd [ret
3,you riplit. Doni t
SUTHJERL A.a p)
Piens;, S. C,
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
if. C. 31VARK 1AJEY.
II A~t the
SGreenville Coach Factory
>y'G- W. SIRIB1NE, Superintendont.
m HeV apprciate the trade givren usi the past year,
1o and are now load' d to th1e muzzle with
Nothing Shoddy. Everything the BEST.
We moct all Ho-nest Competition.
HI ave you made e youri ye:arly net h-enet wvt~ ts
INEW\ SIITOE STORJ1E.
MILLER & CIUJH(SI[ANkS
L~adied' and Getlme 'ine Shoes ? peci:: lv.
dI Receiving goods ever cy daiy dir'ct fro t he 1QIe(tones,'
14 No. 105 N. MA IN ST RE ET, Creenville, S-C.
OFAgents3 for the WY. L. D)OUc;Las~s Warranted shoes8. oct3m8
)It. J. WV.
. W. M. N, 7,wor.
88i 1anin Strect, Grecnvi:,
Jan. 9, '02 y
--' Physician and Surgeon,
Ollico.at his remidonce at the Kirksey
home phice, on Tw elve 3111o River.
Muarclh 8, 1894,
DR. T. 1). LEONARD.
All work guaranteed.
would e pleas4to servo yot.
. G eenvlleS. C.
Oli-e over lrtce & D )oster's Drug Storo.
J rchi4 . I.- t c a -
Gotor Raise Mules~
Than Buay Them.
.11 M I I. AS l i- '1 , weigI ai abolit 1000
-114- and1, will serve naarti'(s at, .Pickenls for
TIiP .\H'I.T, 1k C~tl yitI':.; old, wogls
1 ., h' . " 1' 4 011:1. w 1 seI ve iares11 aI
. L 1w . C
,\t' W1 :-'A N J voi MONI;| oil11
W *. . A L N --co w--, 1. 0
C M E A X, C.
'ewiil .\A \ vonM 3NY on
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store whe in Greenv'4il. '
\ bI' Sho' 81br.1 11ern. l111(C
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