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The People's Journal.
-Corn planting time is near at
-M. W. Newton lost a valuable
horse last woo.
-has. L. Curoton, has boon ap
p6inted Stato Constablo.
-Squir) T. R. Price is confined
to his room with the grip.
-A corn crop can bo relied on
to koop starvation away.
-J. L.' 0. Thompson went to
Groenville on businous Friday.
-J. M. Skelton, of Kings, lost a
valuable mulo on the 14th inst.
-E. F. Allgood, of Slabtown,
was inl town on business Friday.
-The County Board of Exami
nors met last Saturday the 13th
-Judgo T. Lathom, of Eas
loy, was In town on business last
-We notico soveral peach treos
have put on a now dress of blos
-Our inorchbants aro constantly
getting in their spring stock of
-Rov. J. T. Lewis sold his prop
erty soutn of town to "Boo." Lewis
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Williams, noar Easley on the 12th
inst., a son.
-Androw Curoton, of Groon
ville, spont Sunday and1. Monday
-0. -E. 1obinsonif has torn away
his (wolling house, preparatory
to build a now ono.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Freeman,
of lice's, visited relativos and
frionds in Pickons Sunday.
-Got a Constitution from our
agent and road all about the
-liev. Georgo Nalley will preach
at Re-Union church on the first
Sunday in May at 9:80 p. m.
-Mrs. Bonajah Williams, who
lives near Easley was reportod
Monday as boing dangerously ill.
--There was a very enjoyable
sociable given at Mr. and Mrs.
H. B Hendricks Friday night.
f-Sh eri f' McDaniel has had com
plted the fonce around the jail
which is a neat and siubstantial
-Ai rs. Mary Anne Smith, who
lives aboult threo miles east of
Pickens, is seriously ill with peno
-Bad weathor still prevails in
this section. It will make the
farmers considerably behind with
--ThPe Pickonis High school,
under~ the management of Misses
Carrie and Emmiie Sams, is in a
flou rish ing cond ition.
- -TIhe estate of J. F. Lathem
dtecealsed, was wound1( up Thurs
day the I It h ins.t., b y the excutors,
.J. S.and1( J. K'. Lathem.
--Contractors A. A. Field and
W. RI. Oats has completed a very
durable bridlgG across Coon Creek
b)Et.ween~ Liberty and1( Easley.
.-M iss 1-ossio) Ligon), who has
hoon1 spending severalI weeks wit~h
the liI issos M clan Il, roturnmed to
her home at indI~or last week.
-Earl 1-end ricks, colored, was
before Magistrate Jonki us Mon
day for dviolationi of the dispensary
lawv. He was bound over to court.
-Rvs. McElroy and' IHayes are
condluctmng a holiness meeting at
Pleasant Hill. They expoet to
cointinuo the meeting ab~out two
-B. T. McDaniel, who is
storokoor and1( guger for a govern
men t d1isti I ry in A bb)levi lie cou n
ty, is syni'ding a few days at home
-Iv C. L. Crmaig filled his regu
I ar ap p)ointmen) t at (GriiniiJI Bptist,
church SundIay aned del ivoroed an
Iinst ructivo sermon to anl a ttentivye
--Samul Stephlens was hofore
MalgistratI.e JonkI(ills Snaturiday for
violation of the disp'nsaury law,
high4 theov vidlenc was not, sulihcient,
flor conivictioni and he was ro
-Rv. WV. M. Hardoen filled his
regnIrm a ppointmLien t at the Motho
(list church Sundl~ay and prclhod
an interesting and inmstructivo ser
mon01 to a large andm~ attentive coni
g regaion ~.
- Wteht. M iilor~ was tried before
Magl'istraIto Ciirot~on on the .12th
instant, f or posi t I arceony. Ho was
found1( guiil ty and( Si setenced to
twenty-fv ive (hays iln the County
--W woroO iniforinud Monday
*thatI a deod of the P'ickons and
Eausley rail road has been given to
Northern capitalistsa. We (len't
think there is aniy doubt about
No tting the road completeod now.
* *-Anderson People's Advocate
says: lHon. A. C. Latimer spoint a
portion of last week at home wvith
his family and~ seeing his friends.
113 loft last' Frliday for Washing
ton to ho0 pr1esent at the openmng of
the extra session of Congress. Hie
has booni conistantly gat his post,
not having missa a day.
-Plant a full crop of upland
corn th is yoar.
-Let the oar be moro diligent
than the tongue.
-B. A. Green, df Maynard, wias
in town on business Monday.
-W. R. Price, of Sunny Dale,
was in town on business Monday.
-Tho first dictionary was made
by Chineso scholars B. C., 1109.
-J. H. Payne, of Fort Hill,
was in town on business the 11th
-E. B. Lathem, of Easloy
township, was on cur streeto last
-The County Board of Commis
sionors will meet the first Morday
-A good railway ongine will
travel 1,000,000 miles bofore it
-Not to enjoy life but to om
ploy life ought to be our aim and
-If your paper fails to reach
you on time, please report it im
inediateiy to the editor. tf.
-W. A. Jennings, of Gronvillo,
has an advertisement in this issue
and when thoro givo him a call.
--See J. 0. Brock before you buy
a clock,. or watch and wheni you
want your watch repaired call on
-N, R. Kennemore, of Kings,
was in town on business Monday
and reports the farming intorost
on a stand still.
-If you want a first class meal
and room in Contral, call at the
Railroad Hot61 and J. M. M Corklb
will certainly please you.
-Several interesting commun.i
cations was avoidably crowded out
this week for want of space. But
they will appear iii our next issue,
-We call your attention this
week, to the advertisement of Mc
Alister & Boattie, of Greenvillo:
and when thero give thomi a call
-Mauldin & Co., have still a
few horses and mules at Easley
and they will sell them cheap for
eash or good papers. They expect
another car load in a few days.
-The County Board of Equal
ization met Monday in the Audi
tOrs office and assessed the propor
ty of thr county. They will meet
again the 22d inst., to finish up
--The re-enlistment of the Pick
ens Rifles took place the 13th inst.,
aid the company, under the efli
cient management of Capt. T. J.
Mauldin, was re-enlisted for the
next two years.
-W. A. Mauldin, of Easley,
was in town Friday on business.
H~e says ho still has some fino
mulos and horses on hand and
will lie glad for you to conme and
soo thonm n hen in Easley.
-There was a pic inic given by
the Re-Union scholars last week,
which was much enjoyed by all
present. The violinist made some
e.xcellent music and the best of
order prevailed throughout.
-J1. M. Hall, who carrios the
United States Mail between he're,
and Easley, always comes in on
time. Ho says the "MU D" does8n't
have any elect on him, only to
break his vehicle occasionally.
-Dr. Leon ard, dental surgeon
in Greenville, is well equipped for
tho business and invites his friendls
and patrons in Pickons county
to call and see himi in h is excellent
quar'ters ovor Bruce & D~ostor's
-E. M. Kennemore, of Easley,
is going to try a new cotton send
this season. It is claimed to make
four bales to the acre, averaging
fortr hundred and fifty poeunds.
Cash p~rizes to the amount of $1'75.
is offered to the farmer sonding
the largest stalk with the gre.\tost
numb~er of bolls on it. May Elias
lie a winner.
-A burglar tried to break in to
the home of Mrs. Amanda Konno
more on Friday night the 15 th
inst., but Mrs. Kei nemore was
awakened by the noise and cal led
to several of the naar neigh hors
for help hut they did not h,-ar her-.
The th eif b~ciamin frigh tened and
ran off'. Whoever lie was didln't
-Mrs. Tabithla Loggi ns, who
lived at Briggs, dliedl on the 13th
instant. She was taken i'l Sauter
(lay about 2 o'clock andl died ab out
8 o'clodk that ntight. Shoe was a
devoted and consistent membher
of the Antioch Methodist ohurch,
from which she wvas buried the day
followving her death. She loaoe
three sons and many relatives aiid
friends to mourn her death.
-Some sneaking rascal, too
cowvardly to do his moca nnoss opon -
ly has been making too froo with
the bridles and harness of peopl1e
in Pickeine. Last Sunday night
this unprincipled scoundrel in
duilgod in depredations greatly to
the d iscoinditure of a gentleman
who had hitched his horse in the
rear of the Court Hlouse. On
starting home, lie found his horse
gone, the remnants of a cut bridle
rein hanging to the post and to
this (lay the saddle has not botn
found. A man w~ho will do the
likoc of this will be exposed( sooner
or later, one can net take untl iimi ted
liberty with the proprietios of coin
-Mr. F. H. Cartor, of Calhoun,
wishes to call the attention of
the trading peoplo of this section,
that ho is now roady withi a bran
now stocl of goods andl(] occupies
the largo Doylo building. Mr.
Carter will be delighted to show
you through his store and if you
are in need of anything to make
your home comfortabloand happy
you will 1ind just what you want
at extremoly low figures. Seo his
advortisement in another column.
Wo still have wet weather and
mud. Tho bad roads have becomo
a household word, "its all over
Last wook was a lively wook
with our topors and to wind things
up1) graceofully with all the grace
left off, they hold a special pow
wow Saturday and such scones has
never been witnessod in this town
since the bar rooms wore closed,
if then. Without the offondors
being taken in hand and called to
-,count for thoir conduct. Our
"Town Dads" are aged and they
will soon bo called to turn the
cudgel over to their successors.
From what can be gathered con
cornng oxisting conditions among
our "Town )ads" it scoms that the
letter x, wilt bost oxpress it. They
fell terribly but in opposito di
roctions. Consequently the town
just runs riot. When Pandemon.
ium reigns and ladies and children
must stay clear of the streets of
a town or hear the jargon of the
sots, it is timo for fair minded
people to look into matters
J. Sam Wilson -was in town Fri.
day and Saturday looking aftei
his guano. Ho bought one hun
dred and fifty tons this seasen.
Pratty good foi one man.
Hon. J. P. Carey, of Pickens,
paid Liberty a frofessional visit
Old blind tiger and tiger thai
is not blind keeps constantly
moving around, searching for some
one to buy, and it seems he has
good luck, judging from the ap.
pearaneo of things on our streets
Saturday. Whero is tho town
council and whore are the Stato
coi tables ? If over they were
ioded it is now.
Mr, Jay Boggs had a wrestle
with a freight tiain one day last
wook. The train being the best
man was succesful in giving Jay
tho old fashioned high scotch.
Taking his moarsuro full longth
in the mud. No serious injurios
Moss J. J. Rodgers and Earlo
Robinson loft Saturday morning
for Polzer, on a visit to relatives
Mrs Ella Workman, of Easley,
paid her brother, Rev. W. iH.
Workman, a visit Saturday.
J. D. Thompson and WV. H.
WVilkorson gave Liberty a warm
recoption last Saturday.
Mr. C. N English, agent South
ern Railway company here, left
last week week for North Carolhna,
where he will visit relatives and
Jasper IInvthornme Casup.
The Jasper Hlawthor.o Camp, of
17. C. V., No. 285, met at this
place oni last Saturday for the pur
P''se of electing oflicors for the
next ensuing~ year and the trans
action of such business as might
como hoefore it. The meeting wvas
of moroe than usual interest, as
under the amended Ponsion law,
the camp elected the township
P'ension Board andl delegates to
the re-union of the U. C. V., from
aill the late confederato states, in
Juno next, at Nashville, Tonn.,
and to the state re-union at Green
ville, in May next.
Tlher~e was a good turn out of the
01(1 grizloy vets., and more than
usual interest mn the meeting was
manifested by most of the mem
bers present. The following offi
cers woroe elected :
Conmnander, D. F. Bradley;
First Lieut. Commander, B. 0.
Johnson ; Second Liont. Coim., L.
Mauldi n; Third Liout. Com., Fi.
M. D~ay; Adj 't and Treas., J. IH.
Martin; Chmap-lain, J. M. King;
Sur~goon, T. J. Bowen ; Quarter
Master, J. N. McElroath ; Surgeant
Mlajor, A. J. Bradlley ; Vidotto, S.
.J. fumnbl ini; Color' Surgoant, G.
W.r Kelley: Color Guard, R. K.
Ilill and WV. A. Duncan. Mom
hers. of Township) Boardl, D), F.
Bradleoy, .J. If. Bowon and B. C.
J1ohinson. Dlologatos to re-un ion
at Nashville Tenn., D. F. Bradley,
B. C. Johnson and J. N. McEI
reath. Dlolgatos to State re-un
ion at Greenville, .J. R. Gossott,
T. .J. Howen and B. C. Johnson.
Thell camp fixed the next time of
meeting on the 3d Saturday in
A pril next, at 3 o'clock p. mn., at
which meeting a full turn out of
the camp1l is desired. All con fed
erate soldliers who are withio reach
of this~ camp andl are not already
nmembers of it or. sonme thter camp,
are cordlially invited to unite with
us. 0. V.
Easley, S. C., March 15th 1897.
Olt'NTS' WA NT'ED1-I or War In
C:uba. by Sen~or (ques~uta. Ciuban
rin-31 entatI ivle at Wa'~shi ngto,i 1no.J t i~l 'I
by3 U bman palIrlots- i 1 i tremenItionsI (14
na1,1m1. A hIOnanza'.: for agents. Ol
$1I.50. liig book, b'g commissions.. IN-.
erybod~ %ily unt4 tI.e only' eorsed., reli
able book. OnitIlts free. Cre:c gien
FereIght pabl1(. Drop) all trash, aiu nal mko
a300 a1mo th wIlb, War 3 in Cuba Adl
<11rhss tol'Iny, TIlM" NAT[ON AL BOOK
(N ( ID R, 352-356 Dearborn street,
PHUN and PITAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
The time has arrived when some
thing nas to be done.
Our houses are so full of mce
dint a person can hardly draw a long
breath for want of space. This won't
do. These Goode must be moved
out. Tell the "GOOD P1IOLKS"
to come and look. We do the reat.
The LARGEST SPRING STOCK
we ever had. Everything bright
and now, and cheap.
Everything in Dry Goods,
Everythnig in Hats,
Everything in Shoes,
Everything in Clothing.
Crockery and Tin,
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Paints, Oils, Varnish.
Nicest lot of FURNITUR E in the
See our new Oak Suits,
Stoves, Wash 1ots, Everything.
W. T. M'Fai.
IF YOU NEED' ||||
CARPETS AND MATTINGS
HERE'S YOUR PLACE,
Dry Coods, ' arpets, Mat
tings, Oil cloths, cornice
Poles and Window
After stock taking they commenced
p~atching up the broken places, level
ing the uneven and now the whole
stuck is in the best possible shape.
Newv assortments in Outings, Shirti
mg, Cheviots (newvest p~atter ns), Per
cals and Calicoes and all such goods
as are needed for present and future
SOME NEW DRESS GOODS.
Laces and~ Embroideries are nlow on
the road., A few (lays will give us
position to showv an assortment of
Laces of the rarest designs and
Unbleached Drills at 5 cents.
14 yards of 10 cent Bleaching for
Apron Check Gingham 5 cents.
Black and Grey Calicoes 5 cents.
T~able Oil Cloth 19 cents.
Mens9, Ladies andl Childrens Under
wear, 25 per cent. under regular
Boys 35 cent. Heavy Winter Hose
Windowv Shades, Spring Rollers,
A real good Carpet at 35 and 374
Items innumerable at far uinder
P. S.-Buttorick Patteirns.
READ THIS! READ THIS!!
-iF "." YOU
wvant a good IHarness or Saddle
Horse or Cood Mules,
all TENNESSEE RA ISED), come to
We keel) oin hand,
W~AGONS, BUJGGIES alnd HIAR
Cheap for CASI[, or goodl papers.
RI. (. Gaineos & (Aassaway uros,.
Central, S. C.
A House Fu
more on I
,lCome and Tak
Befot e the stocA
I I -
Sugars, Syrups, ote.,
U ibrollas, Undorwoar,
TIablo Damasks, etc.,
I0oso and MIandkorchiefs,
Fdaglo Pon cils, En rib en ware,
IRibbons, and Rubber Goods,
Ladios and Gonts Iroso,
ilrugs and Dry Goods.
il Kinds of MIERCIIANDIsE.
N othing SIIODDY in ST C.
D on 't wait! Como at once !
G rocories, a inglhms.
RUN! for our BARGAINS!
Indigo Bluo Calicoes.
Fino Combs and Courso Combs.
Fino line of Neckwear.
Induco others to como
NOW for BARGAINS.
All of our Goodt
We are Wvilling to give E
For The Next
Come and see us AT ONCE
He appreciate the trade(g
and are now loaded to t
Nothing Shoddy. El
We meet all Hon
Ihnve you mnade your y<
$STATEF 01" SOUJ'ii CARIOLIN A, '
Ini the Coui. of Commnon Ple'a9.
Johnt MI. Glenni, as Ar'lmhiilsltor, of t he
Estaite of WV. D). G;lenni, deceaised.
Johni .J. .Jamiisoni, M . J1. J~inisoni, Laura
Da)rk. Ma rgaret Kenosler am41l ters.
By yvtue of a de.creta:l ordler :aid ji.g.
men'it mai~de by t he Ilon. JoQ(eph II. Earle,
Presk~ling .1 eige, oni Ie li itih of A priil,
189)0 and aillrmied by the 8upre u rt.
in Ithe abo~ve sItateid eaise, I will sell to the
highest blhbler at. puih) c auion11 it, Piek
ens court. hionse on th e firstN Monday iln
Apil, 1897, duiring thle legal honrs of
side, for one-hual f ensh and( I le remiml ie:
in six monthus, sieenir..l by thle bo. ii of the
purchaser and1( aL miort gafe of th pwlrei
8es, sold and( beiarinig interest fromu the
da~iy of wdte, w'ith hav to th pojllIcihaserI
to anitlclpate paymeniL'ut.
''All timhaCt cetin ie~ce. pirelo iC(1'1ract,
of land, (descibied by Ithe deendats, M.
J. amd Johna M, Jamuison,) whlereoni wye
nowv live, conitainig two hiunidred 1nnd(
ulgghty-sIx (28(;) acres morei or iless, In the
Coninly amd St ate aiforesal. b)ounded'( b)v
11amla1 of Job1 F. Smith, J1. F. liemircka
ai Williami Hunuter, being the same
1la(1ndtoght, by~ M. J1. JIamison, theni lien
dricks from hier motlber, Mar'garet& Keas
her, dheed recorded in boiok E, page :30."
Puirchiaser to pay3 for deed(, bowl, mtort
gage and1( recorinihe 1.wsame.
marl1.07td 3. P. ., S. C
11 of Goods,
e Your Pick !O*
is JH ROKL,V.
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s o() .111o sp i o put
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MON"3d 0111 M'f
31T1 8 .1110 it l(I)I X.t0AO to
i ae first 'Accvit
Not ee t Iickern, ti C tos
;iven us' l t h~3iiil ie pa st 1y, 1333
r~111 .EEt(, IIIVE3,g'elin
mrlyc ofFa ettlement.
Aiflifl t r ofs .I' ha ig , (ls against, the
es3 t a of alail C1Xn.-7, ahol srt, b wil
to zsu he lne sig et,rbt . Ityor
189 . I hose~ unetlt theIIIM e tate wil
D1Notic , f FinlN Setlemet.
J1dge forlav to tanke a foiL'tulI 1etl3(
ofthaetnti o H Si''. Mo iini eeae ,
r Is dl a s , sw adni(nistrat0or.
~a S Ire , C EEN VLE, S. C.
WanteA ityes in
For Ladis, Mise ai nt Chi lren .
NoveWlnt , at . (lowe or p ricf
a in So reet, Greevilo e, S. O.
DR. IROBERT KTRKSEY
Physician and SurgeO1%,
Offico"Int his residenlco at tho irkoy
h1o0in1 plice, on ''n olvo Mil Iiver.
March 8, 1894.
DR. T. D. LEONARD,
All work gtaranteed.
would lie pliCased to sorvo you.
Oroeuvillo S. 0.
00h-o over liurnec & Dostor's*Drug Store.
To The Publio.
IV 1-i wouild respectfully Informn the paibr
lie 1i1:1 l)r. I-. T. veldon, who is
Well ainu f:avorably known to the citizels
Of Pielniis cfiouity, 1is now tassociated
wit h 1- i t he Iprac ice of DentIstry.
o llee: 1t1Ice front. roosnis (1p stairsH)
City N limiiuu 1hi k Block
I)Ds. Nomwoo) & NoRwooD.
GreenvIlle, S C.
It. A. MiIUMAN, W. F. fLASSINGAMI,
Grenivilli S. ('. Pickens, S. C.
Morgutii &- Blassinigaie,
ATTOR N EYS AT LAW
Pickens, C. 1., S. 0.
l'ri t.iee in ail the coirts.
COME AND SEE US!
We wfil SAVE you MONEY on
We will also save you MONEY
onl buying GOODS.
Doni't fail to 'ee uts before vOt
BOGS & SKELTON,
F(?T HILL, S. C.
Of Ribbon to go this and next
week at New York cost.
In Fact, anytihing in our
ST. LINENS, &C.
(4HEllNVIL LE, S. 0.
43. e. QT O> TX 4E
It wi'l paiy you to visit this
store whenvi in( Greenlvile.
1G 'tc .
say it is the (ClIEAPEST~
ILAC'I in town.
A. J. JON ES,
205 Main Street.
A gent Sho:uliard Patterns.
M[Y STl3I OF
Is Complete and FRESH.
I keep the best Flouri, Corn
Menl, Potattoes. both Ir'ishi and
Sweet, Oinions anid Onion
Sets. fin fact everything
t hat enn:3 be lfound ini a well
I lig' 'dr 1 1Ihest nu-ke i'ies paid
f'or all! kin( o1 couniti y pro
(Call on un' whetn in Eaisley,
J. H. MA RTIN,
EAXSLIJ4Y, s. C.
('itti on Noticoe.
STATIC ill SolfI'll CAItoLINA,
'nty o V f P ien' s. f
IB, .3 II Ns:win.:ny, lCHsquire, lProbalte
.ine' to granit, hun11 IAett.rs oif Adtiit.
Nirgar et %l. Kay and ( Jiosrhentite Cr'aig,
dJe'ain se 1. -
.t Thse are ThereforeM igou i'. :te admon
aiti s o ti i i'l I i' ii th ' i liga e 4 't of Iay a nd
S. C., ont :hi day~ it f jipril, IN! n~ exf;,
after publlien('t iont herefi i t, iii II o'clock
ini the for'enoui, to ih i enni 25lSt', if anyt~
Given under' miy Iliinnd. Ihis I 1th dayi of
Alarch ItN1!1, in, thei I1l yearts of our In.
te Wsluid C . lN-: m: ,. P ,