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The People's JournaL
-Cotton 6.1 (4) 7.
-The Pensioni Board mot Sat
urday, the oth int.
-Dr. F. S. Portor reports his
patients all improving.
---Wo had some boautiful weath
or at this term of court.
-Roligion is liko nidiciio-it
is the overdoso that nutralizes.
Miss Texi, Porter is confined
to her room with typhoid foyer.
-Mr. B. D. Stewart has boon on
a visit for several (lays to St. Louis
-The United Statos Court
closod in Greenvillo last Thurs
-Col. Hollingsworth sold about
seventv-five balos of cotton last
-Keep your eyo on the columns
of the JOURNAT. and k001) up with
-Mrs. J. P. Carev is on a visit
to her mother, at Woodbury Ga.
-Col. J.. IE. 1Hlagood, of C hirl''s
ton ,Wais am111on1g his Pickens frieids
-!)r. C1. W. Earlo has had a neat
and beauLtiful sign put u) o his
-Th() Joln;on Chapel school
closed S ti-day. Miss Cora Bowon
was tho Laeltr.
-Mi s-, 's I)orsI HCe i>Or()ugh s and Ida
Gilles3pii , of Pr-ater n;, wer i t Dr.
Porter 'si:ast week.
-.1)oh'ltfogt the jrye moot
ing at the (14( hdist. chulirch ovo-:y
Wed Iesdaly night.
-Goo 1-,. E. rincf', Escj., of A nder
011, ws ill Pickens on professio
al husnes lst Friday.
---Mrs, .\. It. N. -)b?(r, of Gaf
n1ov, is oll a visit ) ir. and Mrs.
J. B. Newbory this week.
--Tho Iogislare has extonded
Ihe t illo for collection f th coin
1ulitatiolI roaid lax to 1st April.
-Mer.janlles Osborlo1 alid
lugetr 2lechry, of Celitral, were
ill cw on bln-inas laast week.
-..Irs Dialia aines who 1s hooli
colllined tf) hoel roomi for soveral
days with the grip, is improving.
r. J. II. t-enonur and
0j11 r o ,_" visil to relativos and
frifnds ill tht .Ioopr seCtion L1is
-Tho Couty Board of Commis
sioners mot Monda1y. We give
the pr)cf'feoinugs ini another col
-Th le younlg people of this place
had a most enjoyalo sociable at
Dr. G. W. Earlo'si last Thursday
-TPherc was a con siderablyv
amount of fertilizer hauled by the
farmers during the dry weather
--Mis Stolta Newbery has boon
confinied to her room for soveral
daiys, but we are glad to say is
-l'ho Picens Stiring Band made
sonwif fCxfl lei n music last Monday
night, but the "'Tini Pan Band'
t4 ~. *..h ip, is readyI 1 to makfo a ship
mont, to China, having killed l65i
raits last b-afturd~ay.
-R ev. W\. M . H arden will preach
in Itle MfoI,hoilst chinrch hero next
Sabbath at Ii o'clock, and atI
Beth llehiem iat 8 p. m.
---I e. D. 1B. F..innoy, after an
in town wvith is (old friends thie
latti part ofi4~0 las't woo2k.
K irkutv li: (iff > i streft., wll(ll
-Ii you41 wat) ' to 51:4 a good44
CIuitI'.I no ipj)kl. on1 ' 1I0 ha. itves
allII'-15atest new . fh1rib for11
-fneil - v'if 14 1 in t. a rLy
a aN or of I l'nr wor 01ion.ser
J. .\. Mc~llonhlMoirf . AToaP.
C(Okb~ Lud I 1if.i A.i~ hiMora. All
PIiikln 1lie. h an nuleaont tof
hfle ineooleetwoiltr. hemot
-oe p1 ost e unillandthis
structiv. eron tho at very. atn
tiveoegatio. Fs suorjMat
Wits~~ MIfiO in 41t1( 1Phit llledo
it~ir. gJ.es f.dars ofitidir
(wf kaeptont~ gthe ifouer The
tgat faith wa speere and hucoy
lastiFindagn. poceda n
-Lost timo is nover found.
-A good road makes short, trips,
and noar neighbors.
-Snow has cost' the city of
Now York, $400,000 this wintor.
-Court of Gonoral Sessions
convonos in .Greenville next Monl
-Mrs. J. T. Burdine, of Sunny
Dale, is reportod as being vory
-W. F. Ariail and sister, Miss
Eliza, visited friends in . town
-Miss Eula Cox, visited hor
sistor, Mrs. J. R. Gossett, of Briggs,
-Kop a Watch on the advor
tisoment of J. McD. Bruce in
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Rovis, or. the 2nd inst., a
son and daughter.
--Mr. Ira L. Smith, of Liberty,
was inl town last Friday among
his Piekons friends.
-If your paper fails to roach 1
You on timo11, please report it im- t
t: o y to the editor. tf.
S - Ih--r is improving his i
t. . ast, mid of Main
- * . 1 1I and substantial
- Jihn L. Thornley, Jr., and
brother, Porry, went to Atlanta,
1111d St. Louis, on a prospecting trip
--Proc I. Al. a1\'Iuldin, Who is
princitml of tho Liborty H igh
School was on o1r stroets last Sat
rda.y aid Sunday.
-Road tho chango in adver
tiscnelent of the 0 Factory "Shoo
Storo of (Greenivill-!. and Wh10en
thore consult thom".
-W). G. Lewis, travling1 sales
man foe the Clark Hardware C(o).
of Atlanta Ga., paid PiicksI a
flying visit last Sunday.
-H1. B. Ileidrick has fifteei
of the finost (xen w' havo sen
this year. Hb will put them en
tho market in a fow days.
-The Groonville New's of ti
'Ith says: Maj. James I. A iblr,
of Pickons, is visiting his soi, R.
L. Am bler, on North street.
--Tf you wanit at good watcl or
clock, call on J. 0. Brock, the jow
Olor, heforo you purchase. I sell
first class goods, all aro guaran
--Mfessrs. Ben I'arsons, Dr.
1. F. Williamns, W. B. Chapman,~l
a1nd Frank Jennings, of Liborty,
vas in town Friday attending
-- A. E. Kollecy cut anid split over
200) rails onie (lay last week and
juit about two( hours beCfore sunl
lown. Mr. Kolloy is now 65 yearn
dd. Who can beat this at his
-J. Warren Hop~kins, of Con
~ral towVnship), deserves chicken (
pio from his neighbors on demand I
the balance of the chicken year,
having slaughteredl three hawks ofo
immense sizo3 last week.
-Hon. J. E. Boggs loft for New
Yrork Tuesday in the intorost of
theo Pickens & Easley railroad.
Nay the trip) bo fruitful of much
Lowar id the completion of our
~reatly cherished enterprise.
-Married, on Tuesday 3d inst,
ii ILih rt v, at th) residenco~ of the
.ride's paiirentIs. Mr . and iMris.
iBrnles, Miss Adai) Barnies to M r.
Too0 Link, of Anderson county,.
ev. L. T. Weldon afliciating.
-Those, wishmng to read a good
11111y papr, Will (10 well by get- I
tinig the A tlan ta onstitution from I
is hiustl ing '1gen)t., J. C. Palmer.
il. is: dl'.ring thlem lat theolow rate
5f-1'ispe week, or 5 cts por' I
M i0 lo icrc was filIled last Sabbiathi
by t he paistor', liev. W\. M . I [ardeni.
11(o ropilesta us to stalto thait i'i
i('counit oft heii uni favorahoi1 wVont hier
ils hadI ini six lhl mnhis.
lii~soll who lives nlear Icert.y,
liedl> oIll Illh ind., ag' aiuit
la l id et~~nsstill it ingll i'r (of t he:
M.,ethod(ist c'hurch an-I wazs buied
l~th day follown hieVreath: frnm
---.L.T. Woldonii oilut ing thei
week, conmes o1lit under new pi'o
M~ossrs. Homer A. l ichey and .1.
> Iln t, books andi~ outf it compl)0ee
frLi. Ch arlos E. Ro~binsaon will as
sumo11 the 0(1itoriail tipod0(1iand frlom l
w~hat weI know of Mi'. R~ob.inson ais
a writer and( mani ho will fully and
gracefully fill the vaicuum made by<
tho rOtir'~hoont of its r'Ceout editor
and proprietor', IHon. J. E. Boggs,.
Thel n ew pr'oprietors are bo0th
young meon, havo lots of energy
and1( push, and wvhile Mr. Richoy is
noew in the neOwspaplor harness, Mr.
Thompson is quito old in it, and<
caln soon bring Mir. Richey to a<
full realization that he is fully at
home in a newspaper office. WVo1
b)espeak for the young gentlomoni
mutch success and good wvill and
extend a most cordial fratornal
-This is the blowy month, he
caroful with your firo.
-Soo notico of military meeting
in alnothor coluimin.
-Magistrato S. D. Stowart, of
Liberty, Wis in town last wok oil
-There is notlhing so good for
burns as a mixturo of cooking
4oda and lard.
-The sixteen months old in
fant of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Roso
nond, col., died on tho 5th inst.
-Bortran TIornlov left Ties
lay for Clemson collego where
io will tako up a general course of
-Mrs. Dr. Cannon and Miss
kra Whitmiro, of Brovard, N. C.,
risitod at Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Price's
-Mr. J. A. Palmor, of Ander
ions Mills, paid his paronts, Mr.
rnd Mrs. W. A. Palmor, a flying
iisit last wook.
-Bud Brooks, one of tho mur
lorors of Millard Hunt, was cap
ured ill Ocoioe Friday and taken
.0 jail in Jef'erson, Ga.
-Boggs & skolton, of Fort Hill,
.ivito you to comie and inspect
Aheir stock of Gonoral Morchan
1iso boforo you buy. Road what
Ihoy bay in another column.
-Ahout nino hundred guossors
11ame10 in for ai division of the prize
r)ffered for the moissing vord inl the
Constitultionl. "ILinked", was 0he
word that caught th prize 11n1d
the money was dividod htween)
the numher nienitio(l above.
---cr. T l loma .a: lnsol) , an a'.d
a.d r oiet ld i in 41 thi of 0 1 n.
. :doil th1o :M amy., witlhpa .
nmano ~. Ib.4 wasi about4 I vem
h . [ethofi-A elmhu . IlI w s
buiei(d tho d&'v ffalj.wing1r hs deat
:2 unt UIeimi 31thodist, chiurchi
iev. . L itliid ) coiduct:d the
inn r 'm ( l s ric.'. I e n ves a w%. i [,(f
an( !'r-oi chilren and iany r('b*
1v1 s and Ir -d ) 1t. muirn I Iis
heJ amwith some froo hand
1 r ns. I I , xecu ted I by hor.sol f'.
h0Y are Simply beautiful and
ifo-likf and show what can he ac
.ompli ced by N anl arltis, Whot is
im]( .o)th by natlire P.11d diciation.
li-s JC-lSio inhoietjrit0!d the talent, hor
ather and graln d-father Ibeing
pecially gifted inl that respect,
n4 Im a; cultivated it to a high do-.
reo, iking a fll I couriso ill the
rt (epartment of Converse col
-Groonvillo News 2d inst., says:
telegram was received by Ia
ives her~e yesterdaiy announcing
he (leathI at BaltLimore of Mrs.
ano E. Cauble, mother of J. 0.
auble, Mrs. M~attio Gil'eath and
rs. W. d. Gibson and sister of
/lrs. R. E. Bowen, of Pickeis,
irs. .John WV. Rosamond, of Brushy4
Ireek, and Miss Lou Oliver, of
"ickens. The deceased was the
.1idow of the late Hi. A. Cauble,
no of Greenville's oldest residents
.nd the daughter of Dr. Oliver, of
inderson counlty. She is romomi
>orodl kindly here for her generosity
nd deeds of charity and many
>4her estimable quldities. Sho
cas in her 66th year at the time
f her deaithi.
-The Greenville News says:
~oneca, S. C., March 8.-T1he
owli is agog over developments
vhicli hav'e t he allege attempt at
*uicide of Dri. .1. S. Stribl ing, one
f the most priominen t physicians
lere, oin Friday. It is said that
he doctor waIs suspected by WV. A.
tmsoy of' intinmacy with his wife.
)r. llamsey is a well known coL
on buyer. Ho resolved to wvatch
hio coupl and on Thursday niighit1
a sw Dr. Stribling going in the
i'oct ion of hiis home. lie f'd
ow~od, going ini the back (donor,
ind walkod( in on the couple withr
drawn1 tnel. IJisteadl of sho)ot,
1 tiet14 1: m vak.- him
b b' .,S4 hi i k phi of sft O
*h1an .' ii hlor1'form ho1) l t th
.\.1-la wa ald t o 4
ad k''d faiithflt ily for' half a
4' are \4 hia bi. ut, teen no(w he
ut Hi d (illgr, although it.
p) +d' ei117n andi hias beeii mar
1 ab .ut.i !!4 yearPs.
Theri ill)Sse a eetin ad thei
>any aro*urgodl to h o presenit . Thie
10o-comis*isionodl ofic''rs Cnd ]
)rivalos aro OrdIered to rep1'ort at
he armor'y prIompl)y by 2.30 p.
n., bringing with them their arms.
niforms and all other State pi'op
,rty issued1 to them since their
riginal enlistment. A failure to
Lthus account for such articles will
receive promptL and vigorous at
By order of
F. E. Cox, T. J. MAutmDN,
In the ca.-o of Irvin Jamison, in
dictod for larceny ill the 0(fold, ho
was solt.oncou(d to six Illontlis in
the peilitontiary at lard labor.
In the cio of Tom I agood and
Will Clayton, indicted for resist
ing an oficor. Ton H-agoo(d was
Sent.oiceid to threo months in the
chatin gang or pay a fine of $50.
The fino was paid. Will Clayton
was sentonced to throu months in
the chain gang or a fine of $26
11 paid the fin.
The only case of importance inl
Common Pleas court was tho rail
road caso. The ver(ict of tho jury
was $500 damages.
Your correspondent promised
to write again and, hearing no
seriously advorse criticism on his
last production, gives those pres
mnts for what they are worth.
Judge Lathem doos not improvo
in his weather managemont, and
continues to favor doctors and top
buggies rather than tho tillors of
the soil, but it is hoped that he
will order rain in proper quanti
ties next summor.
My friend RaNmpey can still
be found at the samo stand and
is still 1s clevor and lialidsome as
ever solling goods reasonably eiap
and can ho rolird upon in every 7
statOment about his goods.
Easley is headquarters for horsos
and mu los, and tho faImers are
supplying themelves with good
Clyd & Nalloy aro livo awake
an(d Istoin sh thoenativos with their
1s .ilm ng ilado an un
:;Cssfu riaiI last wel: ulpon
Prs' phla c of bu sii ess, he neover.
h~eanything ')f the kind o..secopt
Iitl. e lii, I rill) vilmoet lIv.
Jake Martill retailis his elastic.
it.V of )irits5 n(d ii ready (o sol
go('ls 4)11 sight of imoey.
In farmers are buying
heQavily of thei( gun agents and
b'uihliig up their lnds and for
Th1o pric of (Iray anillials i,4
expeted to declinre soon in this
counlty. as the Pickens railrond
be1gi1N to bud with the approach
The joyous Coulltelaice of J. L.
Thornloy Jr., was seon in our town
Mondav; ho1 is ever welcomo horo.
Z? us'rI c
GI!T1 WANTI'D---or War inl
Cuba. by Seno QOn(es1ada, Ciubaln
I.-Ietaiv at Wil~o , 10nldor- qd
). Cu1ban i triot. In1 1 reinend(lolls; Ie.
mul. A honianza for ageits. o1r
.i book, h n i o Zl.
' 1bdy wlints i .e only eldorsed, reli
tble book. Onnhii1ls free. Credit given.
reight paid. Drop :all trash. and nmlao
1300 a mnilth with War in Cuiiba. Ad
Iress todahy, ill N ATIONAL BOOK
'(.NC ElI M, 353--:G Dearborni Street,
LF YOU NEEDg7qg
3A RPETS AND MATTINGS
HERE'S YOUR PLACE.
Dry Coods, arpets, Mat
tings, Oil cloths, cornlice
Poles and Window
\ fteor stock taking they commen ced
>a(tcingi u p the brok en places, level
ng the nneven anid nowv the whole
took is ini the best possible shape.
New as'-ortmen14ts in )u Onings, S iirt|
Chieviots (newe.V01t patterns), Per
al. and! Calicoes ant nll snieh goods
>OM E NEW DvREss GOODS.
I les an(i Enlaroidtle late 1l0w OnI
lie roailI. A fewAI da ys will giv us 11 8
':ed l i t o slo w ani 44 soMl I inulnt O
.deli <tf ile rdriet (lei-gils ali(1
n li l ie
I 'i4ob l hei l)rills 4. 'aiuts.
I I vard o45(f in cen't Jh-aebning for
TableC ( il Clothi 19 cenuts. bi
Mens., l1Inlie~s and Chibirens Under
tI ar4, 25 per cenut, * 1 lmer regulahr
Boys 35) cent. Heavy Winter Ihose
W\indow ShadeIs, Spr4inig Rollers,"
A real good Carpet at 35 andl( 37 i
Items inn nmerale at lfar unlder
P. R. -Buttorick Pa ttorns.
A House Fu
More on I
"Come and Tak
Z3efo7,e ltte AStoc
ugars, Syrups, otc.,
U mbrellas, Undorweal r,
1able Damnasks, olc.,
. ose and IIandkorchief1s,
I aglo Poncils, Earlhenwaro,
-Iibbols, and Rubber Goods,
1adios and Gonts Hose,
)rugs aInd Dry d
11 Kinds of MERCIfANIisE.
othi)DOi ii i 'K.
D0n't wit! (',1m1 "It n
J)rocries, 01 in a ms.
W N for our BA 1A1].N.,
Indigo .I1lue (Calicos.
mo Comis and Coulrso ComI.
iR, lin of N kw4r
[n)duco others to comC o
ow for IIAlGAINS.
ill of our Good,
Weare Wvillingr to give E~N
For The Next
Come and see us AT ONCE
BUTiH E R LANi
Ne apprecciate the trade g
andI are nowv loaded ( to tl
EUrer 3r D33y
Nothing Shoddy. Ev
We meet all Hon<
IHave' yoU uiI ar lI '.ry
(.,onniy of !'i le.1 .
In the( 'out of C nn n I'ICen
I )ark, M.lhrg:4let h~-ea!tri 1tH 1r41.
I )efemin, ts.
Ily v'irtuei of a 1decretail order au-l . le
IelI(, mad~oe by IhIi' lhcn. .JoIseph II. I'.ik-,
residIing l ge, onii n41 o-1 1 iti h of prtil,
I I he4 -thove ski aed 44 4. I '' ill sill in' t he
ighest4 bidder ait. 1.11 p ib I a )4 ion tt. l'ick-.
Is courthonOai on thelii first .\lm iv ini
pil,. 18h7, dur1inlg the lega1lihours oif
ue, for one-ha~lf en11h an the Ili renl e:~i'
15, sohil a11n heaini~g ini ters. fromu the I
;iy of isle, w~i t lv to t he potichaser15
'"All1. tt certaini piece. patrcel or* trnet
11.10111 John .\J ,uiont,) wh1ereont we
ow ive, con1,-untintg two hund)red( and1(
Iihty-slx (284) atcres more or less, in the
Ioothiy am114 St alt fralC41(, bounded14 b~y
11nds o~f Job1 F5. St h, J1. F. Hlendrlcks
nd. WVIIitiun Hunter, belug the(' sameW
itmd' bonght by MVj~j. J. Jaitisonu, then lin
rieks fromt huerii mothier, Maurgiaret Kenst
er, deed1( recorded In book E', patge :30."
Purchaser to pay for (ieed, bond1(, muort
cage and recordinag the samte.
J. HI. G. Mnl)A NIFt,
ll of Goods,
e Your Pick!
ol Q i l8 J o k) ! l mou X
[IN I' I' I I IV Jo.[ om
q(. JIM ', o ussi t) pt uOrxj
& (t RWFFIN,
iveni us tile p)1u yen-*,
erything the BEST.
ii tr .1y
S - 1 - . .
Ha'dts, iRonnt and4 1( Caps,
IFor Iuiis, '.\i7.s's an iolilreni.
Novelt iP7s at, lowed7 prices.
Youir paitriona1g sileil7.
W\e wantiii to ;r' nt, hi100 or buly ii
t(n or(7 twel vo or fifteeni horso on -
gino. HUI'erINS & MoIlIIIs,
mnar4t2. I nghes. S. (.
To The Putho,
IV i1 wolreetfully i oi 4 the pub
Hie(lhat Dr. R. T. Weldon, n ho Is
well ahul favorably known to the citizens
iof 'iekels . county, Is now associated
with ii in the practice of DenIttry.
Alloce: 10titire front rooms (Ip stairs)
City Ntuotiomi Malik Block
DI)S. N oR wooD & NoRWOoD,
Grceuville, S. C.
D Physician and Surgeon,
OIice'.at his residence tit the Kirksey
hloi phace, onl Tn% elve Mile Rive:'.
March 8, 1894
DR. T. D. L4EONAlDI,
All work guaranteod.
Wo 4111b1 p11leased'(1 to 4CeVe y0u.
Greenville, S. 0.
Ollico over llrtwe & Doster's Drug Store.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
.101 llASIC.,. we4i4.Ihs aboit 1000
pn4mmis andoi will 4erve tutares itt 1iekens for
$10 fol-r Ill.
TRMP EI Ti''T, is fiur yarA old, weighs
0141ot 60pud n will ser-ve) mares at
noubwlime vtree farn, I,,r -f for.: a olt,
C. L. Hollinaysworth.
Dhe. 5, 95
Horses and Mules!
.\ cal. l4ad1 of 11in4 hors'es 31m1 mleslt..
it t rveceived from4 St. Loui a. 11 nii wore to
''hey are -'0" S.\10 at rock botton
WM. A. M A U LDSN & cO.,
nov ~t il:aSley', -8. G.
It. A. 11 Mf AN, W. v.
Creenville S. . 'iekenls, S. U.
ATTR Y AT LAW
P-. H.. S. C.
i c. e.- in . Ote mi
\ - \' on
,." 0 Ill'
L , t V.)1t:
M ISSE!S RO(&~ERS,
GlmEN VI LLE',S.C0.
It w ' ' il p ao '0 vi sit th is
store& whlen ini (Green1vile.
Our triJ) ,
A. J. JONES,
h( l(w~ bu(1 1 fock.
EA LE , .C.)"
Notice of' Fiiniil Settlemient.
of Probate414, of I'iekenls E(ounty,%, for loava to
I",'.4I4tei, deI'.ensedl, 444 th 1 I ~ th daty of
NI\4arch, 1hmi, and4 aske ) to4(14 4 1h0 d1ism11issed as
J. K. LAATI1uM,
febl1 wi. Excecutors.