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The people's Journal.
-Cotton 6 @ (4.
-Tio public school will openi
hero tho 1st of Morch.
-Miss Gertrude Hagood, of Eas
Joy, is visiting Miss Corrio Bruce.
-Capt. J. L. Thornley is attend
ing the Unitod Statos court this
--Mrs. P. A. Porter, after sovral
wooks, illness is ablo to be out
-0. II. Hondricks, of near
Easloy, was inl town on businoss
-Capt.. J. 11. Bowen, of Easley
Township, was in Pickons on busi
-J. A. Wood has oponed ll) t
barbor shop in part; of the Froo
man building. -
--Maj. J. .J. Lowis is atteiiding
tho Uni ited StAtes court in Green
villo this woek.
-Frooiani & Hendricks .are 1m
proving thoir prenises by fixing a
wagon lot and horso rack.
-J, M. Chapman wis commit
tod to jail last wook oi a bench
warran for illicit distilling.
-Do not refrain from doing
hocauso You Caln.oily do a little.
Remomber that God can make
that little much.
-Thomas Willi ams, of Thomas
ville, was in town last. wook and is
now 77 years old and is as hale
and hearty as ovor.
-Deputy Marshals Corbin and
Fishor cut up a gixty galolon still
on Eastatoo last week anid cut down
two stands of boor.
-Married, by Rov. J. M. Stowart
on Sunday the 21st inst., Mr. Tom
McKinney to Aliss Ida Arthur.
.Both parties colorod.
-There was a most enjoyable
social givon at the residoco of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. G. McJ)aniel's
last Thursday night.
-Master Jesse Palmer is tho
hustling agent inl town now for
the Atdanta Daily Constitution,
as well as other papors.
-Thlle) Pied mont Sun says: Miss
hattie Grady, a charming and ac
complisiod young lady of Pickens,
is spending a low days in towin.
-- Married, on the 18th instant,
Miss Eva Hunt, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Hunt of Dacusville,
to Mr. Mull, of Ntortli Carolina.
-We had the pleasuro of moot
hu, biel. 'flboihp woll linown
inst., Mir. Nichard .Layos to Mliss
Q ueen Alassi~igale, Rev. II. Holder
-Washington's birthday was~
colobratea by thie Farr school. Dr.
J. RI. R iley and1( Ca pt. J. H. B~owen
delivored applrop)riato and in ter
-Roev. A. .J. S. Thomas, Dl1. D.,
of (Aroon v illei, preachedl(~t an inteIr
esting and inustrucetivye sermon to a
goodl conlgregaition in thle Baptist8
church last Sabbath.
--'.The meeting (days of the Oo1
(onoy Unpt13ist chuarchI have been
chani ged bacek to t he~ first Sund (ay
at 11 o'clock, and Snaturday before,
-Tlhe J1ovumNt is indebted to
W. 0. Pyles. of Columbia, for aL
copy of his Legislative D)irectory.
The price is only ten coints, and it
is we'll worth that sum of money.
-Our corresp~ondents aro re
qjuostod to sente ini their comnmuni
and3( state whore it is from and1( let
the signalturo of (lhe sender accom
pany the samo.
-Ru fus Ashmo11r( andi John
Duckworthi are now agents for the
"'Common Sense Jack Liftor'" at
this piMco. It is ai good thing and
overybody (ought to have (on1.
The11 price is very roasconablo.
-Accordling to ther News and
Courier, amlonig t h sick m'emblers
of thle (GonoraI A ssoimly', who1
took an outintg from dha rlesto (11on
the briny (doop, Represent(ative
Miller was~ conspicuous, lie wais
glad to bid ad iou to the beafuties
olf the sea andi~ tur'n hiis thoughts
to grandeur of mountiai n scenes.
A nogr~o by the name of White
sides, who wa's shot las't week on
Capt. J. B. Sutherland's farm in
D~acusvi lie T1ownshi ip, by Eugeno
Mils colored, died on the 20th
instuant. Mutgistrato~ Hendricks
hold the 1 inquet ont thie 21st inst.,
andl Dr. Ilpton maido the post mor
temi oxaminiatioi. Mills has not
yet boon caught.
-WVhoro ten 1.uid red among
yen now heal hiigh with pure andl
nob)0 ~loproso 1nino hundi~red 0(dd
alone will live to greot the new
contluriy. You who arie doomed
to (lie lg the way as we move on
wvard to a now age what ponison
will you confer upon the warriors
for good tha t nro( ordained to fight
later battles. You whose eyes
shall soo the dawn of 1901 wvhat is
to be your children anid childron,s
ch ild ron as to thio new problems of
the hundrod years to come). Gon
orosity of mind ;the surrendering
-If you want bargains, try
Freeman & Hendricks. .
--W. J. Ponder, of Thomasville, N
was in town on business last wook. d
---Nice fish, five conts per pound 1)
at Freeman & 1-lndricks'. fl
-Bon P. Fisher, of Jocasseo, h
was in town on business last week.
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in [,
PickOns from March 1Lt to the 4th il
inclusive. , h
-Go to Freeman & Hendrickr 1
for all kinds of Gard6n soede. -4
-If your paper fails to roach g
you on timo, pleaso roport it im- 1
inediately to tho editor. tf. 1
-J. if. Martin, of Easloy, has a
now advortisoment inl this issue U
an(d wheln you nood anything in
his line call on him. h
-Read the now advortitmnill11t.
of Misses Rogors, of G reenvillo, in
anlother columli~n, and whoeni you
need aniything inl the AlillineryN
lino give them a call.
-W. A. Mauldin & Co., of Eis
loy, have now on hand a Car l11d a
of fino mulos and horses. If you
want on cheap don't fail to see
thmt't. Thoy will treat you right.
Road what they have to say in
their advertisemont th is week.
Olga Dols' J.
C. L. Fostor, of Greenaville, is
on a visit to relatives at. this 1lace. f
Messrs' Henry Baton, .J. M. U
Gwynn and Henry William is went
to Groonvillo on businoss hst
A (lolightful ontertainmont was ft
given by Misses Atl iilie and Buelah
Fostor at their h )mo last Thursday
night which was miucl onjoyed by P
the young peoplo of this vicinlity.
I iss Kiato Aiayfiold, th ocharm inga
daughter of Mr. W. M. Mayfield,
visited Rev. J. E. Foster's family b
M-n. Enroi: Clomson college h
opened Thursday, the 18th inst., fr
with 250 stidents. Thero are a
good number of now cadets and b
the tondency is that the institu- tu
tion is becoming more popular
every day and wo hopo to see the (
day that sectional strifo against h
the college will be done awaty b1
Several of tho graduatos havO Ll
returned for a post graduato course.
Ainotig them are J. Hunter and n
T. W. Cothran, who will tako a
courso in olectricity. B. R. Tur- t
nipseed and J. 1-. Moore will b
take a course in chemistry. They ti
are bright promising young men a
and will no doubt reflect honor
upon their alma mator by their
future usefullness. te 0
The drill grounds have beon im
proved sinc Christmas.
The farm is being paut in trim In
by Prof. Quick, the Agricualturist. e
Prof. DuaIroe, the Hlul tieultut iit, a
is putting his dlegartment in finet
T1he different decpartmoents of the f
col lege will soon b)e well equ ipped l
andl thent it will 1)e Stuperior to anay k
of its l'ind in the south.
Pickenas county is well renre
sontedl at Clemson. Z. L.
From Liberty, I
Rev. WV. H-. Worlkman dlidl not "
till h is~ app)ointmne1t hero last Sunl
ilorbort Parsons and family, of n
E lberton , Ga., are visit inlg rola- "~
tivos in this section. I
.Joh n L . GIoun , of Puacol ot, visi -
ted Dr. W. A. Sheldon last, week.
Messrs. L~yn'ch, Robinson and P
Stephens, spectial road comm issi on- "
ers to lay olY the road from here ''
to the couit house, woro ina town
Iiast week an re(1p~ort th proposed t
duimmy line routo practical and a
slplenldidl gradlo. A mauch better r
grade and a shorter route la whatI I
we to the court house. Tho next hi
th intg is t~o oponi thle road at onieo.
It was never noodeld worso than b~
nowv and if anybody alotng thoe line F
wvants dlama~ges just. ask them if' a
they would bo willitng to make a
bond never to travel t.he road, just 9
to see what thoy wilt say. (
Thocre was an oyster sutppor ~
served att Dri. Will iamil's ono day
last woek for the honaefitI of tho <l
Quite a nuamber of our young C
folks attended a mutsical socitabIle
at Senator ()'Dell's one n ighat ! atg
week and report ai~ grad timou."
P. of. M\auld(1in hias a~ Ilourish ilng (
sc hool. (
The11 contractor hasi ~ coneinced I0
wvork on thp now school house
building. Badl woatthier lhas cautsedl
considerable dlelay inl get ting the a,
material on tho grouind. '2
Rev. WV. II. Workmana is to move a
mn this week. (
Our farmers wvho sowedI 0ats
in .Tainuary did a good f-hintg, as
the bad wveathor hans much dlelayed
tho farma work and~ oat sowing will
S. D'Stewart has been re-ap
Doctor--I~ow is your brother,
Miss Cynthia ?n
Aunt Cynthiaa-IHo's worse I Iahi
morning, dloctor-a lot worse.
l)octor-D)id you giveo himi tlaat i
modicinoe as I diroceedl-a ton
spooniful every houtr ?
Aunit C ynithia-No, dloctor. I
just gave himn thle whloe bottle a t;
once. lie wanuted to hurry upl and
get well, so's to go to the dance
Subscribe for Tiu.: JoeuxAL,i
only .$1 ne yonn
I The follow lutIsg ia I I ist of le 0 r I.Im(I
L J rl Is to s r o I le eaI i r 189 7
i G. '. x. il is, . l ''. W il ar ,
- h .1 . liiggins '. \\'. Jiohnli i
XW. I. . r'aI 3k 'avini Keith ,
A . I ,C . 'r i i Ilobt. 6 v te art
a.I I '. I \\- it I , 14 ic,
M1. 0. I'moper. . f k ;illesl-pi li stittio
W . I'. 'oin i tti ls, F'. I. .lorga 4,
-eV .. I ).tilio , l' 11 . An xu b .
PF.Tl .* ~ tO
he foil lowinlge i.; a lidL ( f thl'tPetit
J ort) to .'erve for the 1:nt h it-enIC. o
S- 11..Aa o \.1.H w n
31. 1 ustof h a..ii 1A. Gohlii
lillufoni( 8 m ill b. F-. W . Il .w-vd,
Terel l . ('('1, ieiu>. $;unapevx
111. C. shi le , .t..A.m
P. . il 11b l .1. C'. ;r ey. 1
W. W. N orris, El .. .l . I cvib
lreil N. .1. nlz e, W \-. W .
o.Int i i .l i.-<m l. .ob) m 11ii
,ee- i C. Tmpkin
fE1. .' . '0111r, - - i i o er sI
j G E , TM A t E 1 - 1 i
Un-ekney . ht' Sc'mw It i. (;iC. Cili
1.- 1 ) il. i'Til, Johni W . sherilY,
41-ner 1:oer, hn W .Jhi son,.
Will. 3t . l(l l, Gie. W . G rillinv
W. U C aenl. B: . .11 (;ritl 1.
I will be at the George's kridge ol
the new IEi sley ro l, .\c arel I 1a w I lt 1897,
at 10 o -k : tni., to . let tthe lowet biAll
tier tlih buil1li e fsii of 41 rile.
feh) 8 w' . etinty ituper('-vist1r.
Notice of Final Skettle(men1t.
We will apply to) J. n1. New r "y .11n1 1
of Probate, of P ion ,*unty, for leave to
maake a1 final settleninti . of th state if J,.
F. I atl ei i , r I 8t est , 4111 Uie 11111 1 \av o
Mal , 1897, andl askel to o l iInisst' I
Idx titi S).
Fel).181)7 in 1w 1 . K.a of or l tur
A GEIGNT WVA NID-For* \\IV ill
Cuba, by Senor Qutseda enhan
r klesentative:1 Washingto , Cnar
by\ Ibeai palriot. In Itriemls lv
mlS t. A holhihzt for agos. 0On1y
R1t.50. liibk, h' Ct omisions. Iv.
;IAI y \uit. (Le nllY f eind or-v, r eli
W Iige hook. O it|i free. ('rijt ivel
P-right1 pahl., Drop all trash. anld malac
f3o0 alonth wih War il Cuba. Ad
lr11ss toihy, T1(M 'NATIONAL BGH
(IN ~ l. 3,;52.-3; Dear1born St reet,
STATE OP SOUTHl CAltoLIN,
Comnty oif 'iken us.
M- 1 I.:m y Esqiie, Probati
Wh Imees, 1Robert, Stewm-l mnade Suit
to ine to grant him Iet ters (of AI1min
is'ra:tion oft the" esthnte aund eficet~s ol
.lhn sitewari. dIteeaSe-1.
Thcse aro Therefor t oo .ilt animon
ish all amd singir tihe hilred noerl
itors o)f the( sn1il .Johm stewn-t do.
eased, Ptt Hy be an I (I CEpS, -befor
me oin (tC i -t:of Prohnte, to beheld al
'ickens C'om-t ouse, S. C., & Ch 13(1
day of .\lm.i 1897 nexC, atfiter imb1lientio0r
hereof', lit. 1I o'clock in dwh fCo oon, t
shmw 4ause if anI.y they have, why the
Saidl Adiniistrationi should not be
Given nutder my IllandIJ-his 20(h day ol
Feb. 1897, inl the 121 year of onev Inde,
s8: I-%] J 1) N1:mny ) C,
Is CopletandF E
I kep tie beTRADE- uaRCr
GR OERY.oHO O
Anlig nhst markt itw4iries piai
CaOll~e1 on mIle whenin Esle
.OI.NH.FI AERIOT N,
3ee 01 Neriw York ostVrl.
Aie icluing O!~K~!~fL
HAliiTii APS, hLACES, i'.iiI~hov
V Iilt 'eI4.;N:*'lt CORSETS,t
ier Ihiel.eiS~ T.eile i : i LIEN ,&Ciie,
ISSESE Ol' L~ O GERAii .1114e4e*
GR~vIjei 4 EENiieeVIL12,. , . Ci
fElXeb25m3i'hu .li4 r a 4:.<ii)'pme
AnyIIeeon S't4enlia sc h anal r e~tpins
1835 NWAGONS 8
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
And Every Variety of ine Ca1rnages, PuIgIcS, Carts,
and Harness, Harvdware, Paints, Oils
and Varnisli, .
Greenville Coac Factory.
a em.G' W. SIRINE , Sr i a ,-~tondent.
All Kind of Shies, Ladmo Shoes, Wen's
Shoes, Boy's Shoes. Cheaper
than ever before.
sE4to e C> 2a;V tS_42
HEAV 'Y G.ROCERIES.
Flour. Bacon, o e,', Sugar, Salt, Lard, Molasses, D
Rice, Crits, &c.
Come to see uts :nn! .et us show you our Goodls
whether you want to buy or niof. IPolite and~ court('ous at
ttention to 3veryb)ody. Givye us your trado and we will trent 't I
you right. Don't f orget theI pinee on the cornerP. tr
SUTH1ERLANDj & GRiFFIN,
Pickenst, S . O
No apprecciate the trade g1\iven u h past. year,
and are no0w loadud to the mul1Iie with
Nothing Shoddy. Everything the BEST..
We meet all Monest Competition.
Ihave you muade your yearlhy :-et tlemtet with udso
NEW ShOE STORE.
MILLER & _ RUIKSHAikS
With a1~ new and well selected stockI of I I
Ladic'! and) GentlemenM 's ine IO s .oe ia I iri
Receiving goods ever y day direct fromi the~ F Ictorn-s4. L
NMiller . j3-%~j ililg Dr
No. 105 N. MAIN ST RE ET, Croenville, S- C. j
iTAgents for the WV. L. D)OUJGLASS W\'rranted shes oct3mn: N, .
2 8ilz e Store.
3L'[1 IW~) Assl.sti.,
amStee, -eeiiville. 8. C.
RO0BERIT 1(1 fKSEY,
llhvslcian and Surcreon,
cl at his~ regidonce tit thie Klrksoy
1l11CO, on T1% 01Y 311o M River.
All wvork gtinrnteed.
be (1 ICZI 2Pd to seIVo y'p4)l.
v*el Br'uce & lDoster's Drug gtoie,
)r Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
1 1. 1~.I, .4-ig 1.4 abtlI 1000
an \i tll - 2.'vI! maresC tt Picensu. for
ii , ri*-I l. *4.II 2 o1(d, welgluin
il lw k :i \\il ,z e'v() marenI it
' t vII [lJr b i2 . or a21' colt
or'ses aird Mules!I
u' l'.~'l 'a :1 rok I)Ottofll
.A. M1ALLDIN & 00.
l.:dvIy, S. C.
lie S.( *. 1ick-um, S. 0.
O~NEYS AT LAW
I oihe'., C. It., S. 0I.
with '' \ X l' MONEY oil
,vill ;11 lo :i!vo yolu M\ONEY
I, f;ail to eQv it-, befl-i' VUIL
IOGGS & SKELTON,
LalesL StylIts ill
11 IB)ILIefi.s (andolaps,
1, I'levs, 11 i;.utsld Chuildlren.
lc\.* lnceo v,1t"il ly oil hiant till 11
Mi I l-S NICKAY,
Mau'iin S1-.(111-lVill . U
Maes9t. liakea' and M1 rm. Kay.
Tho light and bouty of thii
orld burst upon Mis. Laur:
akor about two years before i
id her sis;ter, Mrs. Margaret Kay
ut th light of the Boat-ifil City
10 "Mansions not mado witl
ands'' was onljoyed only a brife
mason by o11 until thu ot.her joino<
> minglo hr voico of praiso to tili
amlb that wasi slainl. Hlow swee
lmust iavo been fo'r sistors who
ad lived togother in this workl,
> a ripo a1go to 0entor, upon( the enl
,ymeoint of tho world etrl1,1I to
Mrs. Baker was the w,idow ol
111n11el ('akor wiho died mly yo'.
'o anVd tiho tim of tInr dti
al Of y (W-iold. Shet had livei
consiste-nt christian lif andII)( wa
me)berl tf tho 1 thodgistchurchi
It ;ill t) 3iet )I if la ils
10 wa:1s- t ra IIr 1lant11od fromt 4kh1e
IchI I M i t anItz0 I, tof I th chu rc
imphanit anld tho alnglfes bore
01r spirit to Hlim who gave it.
Ovin"w adswr tireless inl miin
-. hing to Inwr in her last illness,
uit the mwssengecr of death came
Ilst lat ILL tho bidding of tho
astei she wended her way to that
,- which romainieth to the poplo
Two daugh ters and oil son sur
v' hor : Mrs. E. F. Lnoder, Mr1s.
W. Earlo and B. C. Baker.
bist have the sympath1y of niaiy
iet.dls inl their boroavonimit.
1'r 1omalhlins w'0ro interred ill the
ilily buryingt. ground near hor
me 01 I ho 2 1st cf Fobiary, Rev.
M. iarden conducting the
iis. 1y iwas the wi(low of the
to Doran Kay who died sovoral
14I's ago. .1or homo was at West
inster but at the limo of her
mt, whiclh occirred oi tho 1tth
i-erur, she fit was th her
rother, Mi. Johin C'raig at Nowr,y.
0 was )0 years old, a colsistent
eeihr of tiw Baptistchurch aid
ais illuCi loved by all who kniow
1r. She e.It no childronl but 11
t. of ielatives and frionds 10who
oi Sorely boreaved. Her romains
ero carried to tio Craig family
Lirying ground for intermont oil
io J0th of 1ebru1ary.
Sho to)() heard the wolcoio plau
it wh-Iich ('nly a short timelc hofore
ad h n the blesed privil'go of
I sistoir to listen to "Well dolne
i' good 11and faith ful servanit ointoi
10l1 int)o the joys of thy Lord,
Though we caninot sue thomn an y
Ioo in tlis world, and though
loy Cannot. Como to us, WO caln gu
ihei. Let us trust that thi
'roavomIeLt may be sanctifit-d tc
10 c'ternal good o( the kindrod
ad friends who are left, that erc
mig they too shli 1b.)(, cIIlled upon
enter the valley of tlie shadow
May th0e rod and Rtnl' of Oi
ltei ] ihidster cOmllfoit thomii 1101
aso~- friofi ('arfhly lh <is, allt
miy t hey be' i enablied to join wil
it s' who hlave gollo lIefor'o ii
Ilin thIiat loei's and011( hall~ti'a wsh.
I us from oill' sills alldio inado(1 1
Illgs anld pi' ists unto (lod.
As our1 littLe burg scom1s to hmave
tut ifs la(eo inl y)ouri coluimns, I
ill give you a fewI dots.
inir lan11(s for Li ni\e ropt iand aire
iuds 1 yv using)4 t he best1 imph10
ontsb for acrtiitual puriIpos'es
llo Iii1110 is 110t mar distanit, wt(
ill be th ledingoii occupation e
upr oved t11 ill 11 h1 oi~ lw : itih ss o i
Mri . W\alIter' Cox, wh'io has booi
0tR. ha~'S i'otii'ed to his llativ(
omo1( (111d is erect ing a iu- wt dIwell
r'idlgt llio thinks fthere is n<(
Ilaen liko P riggs. M~ay suIcces
maptlefton rapjidl~y oil the new~
OXI bridge andi~ hiopo to fllishL it
Mrsu'v. iI lijaih Dav'is has b)oon1
iito sick for1 th past 1 fewS day'(13s,
uit wo are glad~ to kn~owV sho) is
as II , hap l mie1'(d to Mis'.0
nI(ssio' D)ay, diaughtefr of Mr'. An-'
r'ow D ay, on Sund(ay thle 1.-Lih
Tlhorowil' e a ml lootinlg Citi
ans5 ionl, ait KOOWOS church ond
atur idany the 6th~ of M\harichi, .1897
t 3 o'clock p. mi. A fll atteni.
np jortanlco is under01 conisidera tion
Oi. S. S-r'i.wA wir, Soc.
Soatp has h(eani ini i:e for :,00(
ipairo andl is ItwicO) mntnfioned~ ii
10 Iibio. A few years'.' ago~ a soai
oiloer's shop01 wa dovered \' '( il
ompol)Oi, hiav'ig been 1 buiied0 bte
entt~h tho terrible ri'nii of ashie
hat fecll upon fliat cit~y 70) A. D
ho soa foundo ini fthi shiop ha<u
ot ilost all its ('ll(icacy , l thbough
Ilhad boon buried 1 ,N>0 years~
Olgai Netlaer'soleo 0 rite44.
Olga Netheirsolo, the act re0 2s, ha
iir iedl her at tenitin to writliig, an,
'ill give advice of a practical ntitur
o "The G'irl1 Who Aspires to IElocu
ion."~ heri con1tribuion ll ap i:pen
S an~ eari'y issue of T1he .Ladies' illora