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The People's Journal
-Next Sunday is Easter.
-The tent meeting closed her.
Sundtiy night. *
-The fierinors are making gooi
use of this beautiful weather.
-W. A. Boggs, of Fort Hill
was in town on business Friday.
-Miss Anitha Ambler, of Am
bier, visited friends in town las
-Seo notico of stockholder
meeting of the Pickons and Ean
ley railroad company in anothei
-Rov. Kinard, of Ninety Six
is conducting a holiness ineetint
-Read the advertisement of F
It. Carter, of Calhoun, and giv4
him a call.
-Wo aro gflad to say that ikr
and Mrs. . I. Prico' are aile t<
bo out again.
-Soveral interesting commum
cations woro unavoidably crowdet
out this wook.
-Miss Rachiel Harris, of Field
spent a f( w days with friends ih
town last wook.
-J. W. Caps has moved hh
shoo shop iiito part of the olc
-liss Mattio .Johnston, of Con,
tral, is visiting at Mr. J. H
Brown's at Liberty.
-Dr. J. R. Riley is attendint
the South Carolina Presbytery ir
Anderson this weok.
--See what J. McD. Bruce has tc
.say in thris issue. Ho has such
goods as the people need.
-J. P. Sutherland, of Pumpkin.
town Township, was among hi
old friends in town Saturday.
-Tho Charleston Daily Sun haE
hoen changod from a six columi
quarto to a sov6n column folio.
-Daniel Volsey Vorhees, Uni
ted States Sonator from Indiana,
died at his home in Washingtor
on the 10th inst.
Tho newly olected Intendant
and Wardens, for the town 01
Pickens. were sworn in by the old
com cil Saturday.
-John11 Ligon, jr., formerly ol
Greenville, but now of Anderson,
was on a visit to his old friends iii
Pickens last wook.
-Rev. IV. M. Harden preached
an intoresting, but instructive ser
mon to a largo congregation ir
the Mothodist church here Sun.
-A. B. Chastain, a prosperoum
farmer of' Oolenoy valley, was iti
towni Saturday and report the
farm work rctardled more thail
-Supervisor Loopor purchased
a pair of mules from Gaines, Ga.
saway Bros., of Central, last week.
lio says they are the finest in the
-Cards are out announcmng the
appro~achlin g mriii age of Miss
Mamio Fiolger, of Easley, to Mr.
Milton Clap, of Central, on the
-H. B. Hendricks loft Thurs.,
day last, with a car load of the
finest cattle we have seen in some
time. He will market them at
-Wo have received a copy of
The New Caroliniani, published at
Seneca, S. C. It is a seven col.
umn paper and well gotten up. We
wish it muclh success.
- Read ch anigo in the advertise,
ment of~ A. K. Park, of Greenville
anl ' give himi ai call, for* he is proud
of liis P'icken~s friends and wvill dc
hisx best to leaOse them,
-M. F. (Tup.) Hester made a
pleasant trip to Liberty Tuosday
with his new team, lie says he
can haul six hundred pounds al
one load when the roads are good
--The Sylvan Valley News, ed,
ited and pub~hlished at Brevard, N
C., by Mr J. J1. Minor, has abolish
ed the pateut outside and the pee
of Blrevardl are furnished with
-A JOUaxA l representative won
to the <hisponsary Tuiesday ani
-called for a b)ottlo of "Adams Al.'
and the noew clerk looked all ove:
the house and said lhe guessed i
had all been soldl.
-Ed. Hiend~lricks and Calwel
Patterson were before Commig
sioner ThornleIy last week for il
l icit distill ing, but the evidenc<
was not suiienot for convictioi
and they were (discharged.
I~*t takes musical instrument
to comipleto a home and if yoi
want yours completedl call on J
0. Brock. He keeps all kinds o
musical instriumonts on hand al
the time and1( at pricos to suit lb
-Thme Cotl on Plant comos to ui
thisH week with aii new eoditor an
publ1)1ishier, Mr. W. TI. Crowvs. Iti
publ i shed now i at Laureons and Mi
Crewui is ani old( and OxpeOn~lOe
jouirnalib,0 and1 wvill no dlOlbt plpse
h is radlers.
--MamrVned on Sunday morninj
I i tho 4h inst., at the home of th~
b ride's faither, Mr. William Ai
ni old, near Cent ral, by Rev. WV. (
$ ('ab(orn, Mr. W. Preston Came
o f Anderson county, to ?Iiss qI:cl
Arnlold, of Pickenn onnyr
--Mr. Gideon Ellis.treated him
self to a new buggy last week.
-Watch for the change in th
ad. of Sutherland & Griflin next
-Notice the change in the ad
of McAlister & Beattie, of Groon
ville, and call oi them.
-Freeman & Hendricks are al
ways ready and willing to sell you
anything you need in their line.
-The public term of Town
Creek School closoa Friday. It
was taught by Miss Lola Holder.
-R. L. R. Bentz, of Greenville,
has a change in his advertisomont
in this issue and lie offers sone
good bargains in Dry Goods. See
what he says.
-J. F. Moore, of Starksvillo,
Miss., representing the Britishiand
American Mortgage Company, was
in town on business last week and
spoke very highly of Pickons and
surrounding country and said all
we.-needed was a railroad.
-Hon. J. N. King, of Ninety
Six, a former representativo of
Abbeville county, was im town
Monday on railroad business. Air.
King is building an iron bridge
over Saluda river near Dacusville
and will build the railroad from
Pickens to Easloy in quick order
if the railroad authorities accept
-We are in receipt of a beauti
ful calendar for 1897 by The Brad
ley Fertilizer Company, through
their representativo, Mr. T. ).
Harris, of this place. He sells the
famous "Sea Fowl" which has
been used by our planters for many
years. Mr. Harris has a small
quentity on hand and those who
wish to try this popular brand
would do well to see him.
-Mrs. Mandanah Williams,
wife of Mr. Benajalh Williams.
died at her residence in Easloy
Township on the 80th uit., after a
protracted illness. She was a
daughter of the late Gon. Fred.
Garvin and a consistent member
of the Baptist church. She was
buried at the Mullinix cometery,
Dr. J, R, Riley conducting the
burial services, She leavoa,- hus
band and five children to cherish
--On the 5th inst,, Mr. W. T,
Berry Jr., and Charley Glasby,
colored, were trying to cross the
Saluda river at the Easley bridge
while the water was up and they
got into swift water on this side of
the river and both of the mon and
I the mule and buggy were carried
down the river. The nogro and
mule were drowned, but fortunate
ly Mr. Berry caught to a tree and
was saved. He stayed in the tree
nine hours before help could reach
him and after the expiration of
the time above stated, some Qo
secured a small boat and wenit to
his rescue. The body of the negro
was found about a hundred yards
below the bridge and Coroner
Jones held the inquest Tuesday.
I have shipped a fine Jack to
Easley. His services are offered
to the people. Mule raisers should
see him. He can be found at W.
T. Bowen's and wvill be at W. J.
Ponder's on the 19th and 20th
inst. DR. W. J. B3owiy.
The btockholders of the Pickens
and Easley Railroad Company,
are hereby called to moot in the
oflice of the president, Julius E.
Bogge, Pickens S. C., on Truesdauy,
the 18th dauy of May 1897, at 10
The purpose of the meeting is
to consider the question of retir
ing all the outstandling bondis of
the company and havimg the mort
gage by which they are secured
cancelled of record, and for the
purpose of considering the ques
tion of issuing new bonds of said
company in a sum not exceeding
$85,000,00 to be securedl by a first
mortgage on all the property of
By order of the president.
JUiUos E. Ros P'resident.
*J. P. CARE~Y, Secretary.
WVe have some sunshine again
t and the farmers are getting a move
on them and corn planted two
,woeks ago is coming up. Some of
, the farmers concluded it would
yert in the ground, it rained so
The public roads around here
1 have been much improved by the
Wheat and oats are looking well
1Parsons Broa., have greatly im
proved the sidewalks around their
s store and are building an oflice.
j There has been a good many
,. people in town attending mieting
f at the gospel wigwam, who art
I rarely ever seen at church.
e The colored people were onter.
tained at the gospel wigwam Sun.
This is truly a wonderful age of
Screed., icks and isms and it some.
times takes a well balanced man
to tell "where he is at" in iroligioii
or whethier he realy ever~ had( any
op nt. 1hIapy a poor fellow findf
wheni he applies the guage his lit.
E, tle stook of that valuable commo.
0 dity falls "far short of the guage
-generally laid down, to say noth.
). ing of perfection,
I he beelk Mountains woero whit<
0e with snow last week.
nity wals gren t Iv Ih'.o ed I ias t M onlI
day niglit whenl the news clini
that John i M. FlPr0emarri was Idrown.
od at cox's bridgo. Ill1 was buriod
Wodnesday at Cross IK(ads church.
Notwithist.andling tho- threaton
ing clouds an1d rain., the long
promised entortainment At May
nard school hou)so on m ( ff OE.. Ther<,
wIR 114A11 tI odVvtl hon11.q, but . those
preson t seined w 'll pi lased and
ilavo aIsked i) havo it rupeatod.
The memlnhr; of Cotr lock Al
lianjci and (t hers I hat bought
gltlio alil ti hroligh ti Cedar
Rock Allianc a1re*0 reuojistmd to
meet, on Satun rdaY tho 1h inst.,
for. th. purp'no W. sigiling uj pa
pers. . o I[. l I.I.:n,
Tie tax.lpayeri . Schol District No. :11,
In a Ipubl Iic g II (. -Iing:, at. Pi(kenll. ,. II. , Oil
the li17h a, v id April l897, firl the puirpose
of hlallti . n 4ll t h <iaaitie i of a1 ob:14li4tion..
al hev i 0, 1o ) t N4o -1 1 x1111 f 11r1mill, filr SelnM it
ill leilre ll. Wd. i .. ,he 1it,,'
A 1 ? Nv r I . N 11.IL :i.s I , )(I
1i 4 dusil-cl . \V i L. J lianm
G IlN TS W.\kN'ili-o Wa inV
A Cub.tvySnrQesna um
by CubI I : ri1ot*. 11 11In t ime mns e
mAnIl. M . n: m/. il o r t a' fent. O ny
erybily~ u%% a t1 o nwly, endor:.ed, irli.
a b) l b hk. ( ' -fr . ': v
$300a m)I mih wiihl, li i n 1 (' mb. A d.
dress to8lay, NNTION.L, BNO
The fir.4; of Anwien-n Newspapers,
Charles A. Dana, E-ditor.
The A i e1 n ai n iltionii, the Am.
ericanl Iden1, ilwo .\mer.icanl Spirit, The 0,s e
Irs$, hand11 am allime, for4ver!,
Daily, by' mail. -- -- 6 at year.
Dailyan'i Sunhy, by mail, --- $8 1 year.
is the greate-1 *Ni lay New.iperI inl thle
Price 50-. a nopy. RY mamil. a year,
AW(hlr~Ss T1l- I 'N, Now York.
A FIRSTP Cm- S COMMERCIAL,
I 10'T'E M.
Newly 1 e1i t 4.41, l 4CiMiefu tnish :md Mode.rn
w 41ith 41 Ope );rths. I*'rg Sample1~
Terrns per Day, $2.00.
(eA e-r. W. 12. Wai~rre, (chf Clerk.
L > Mi
Oi~~'~L1i he dai oor. 'L-oa
N. 11 Nothin Street,
LARGESTf K IN -} TOWN,
2&-l lY G(h 1)S Ml lIJIN BY.
81101.8 lirom 25a eentls to $1.(00 a
Aen al141 (1Iiillien 8ilit Iroin 50
cents i) e I 2.ttn .
for ladie's tan:1 c'ihiie, lik a~ F lowaer
Gahvdenl, andit Noah Ark, two of a
kind. A t the
dennings Bargain Store
Withi car'eful rotation of
crops and libearal fertilizations,
Cotton land1s will imprl)ove. The
application of a prFoper ferti
lizer containing stuflicient Pot
ash often makes the difference
betwveen a p)rofitable cr'op and
failure. Use fert ilizerts contain
inig nlot less than 3 to 4%
Kainit is a comle(te spcihf ic
All ab~out PntiashI--,,th e lrs of its use b - atal ex.
perient onf the becst farr~ n i~ a the i" U it State%--i
told1 in ai little booik wvhich, we puibashi :and will gladly
rnaulfree to any farmer in Amnenica whou w il wuite f.>r it.
GERMAN KA I. WVOR Ks,
Dry Coods, Notions, Car
pets, Matting and Win
Do you wantf a Sp'ing Dress and the
Newes-t ol tlie New 'Trinmnings.
A cargo of the choicest of Dress
All the Novelties in Spring Trim
All the new and flshionable Lin
ings, with all the other innumerable
items in D)ress finishings.
There is no article used in Dress
Constructioll overlooked in our selec.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
We have sets in these goods which
in desigi and beauty surpass all for
lel _Fancies. G.' We especially
ige mspection of these gooIs.
'Iliis is peculiarly a Wash Goods
so.on. Greater effo)rt has been made
in this department by the projectors
hman ever before-resultoig in fabrics
better in weave, more beautiinl in
pattern aid of superb coloring. See
WYe have a few pieces of "Lappett
INulls" in lovely colors at 1.6 cents.
Or'gandies, French patterns, 10lc.
Dinities of pretty patterns, 7 and 8
cents; cheap at 10 and 12.
ALL TIE WEAVES IN WHITE
Organdies, Mulls, Persians, Swiss.
es, Nainsooks, French Swjases, P.
K., English Long Cloth and the
Ladies New Collars and Cufls (tiis
sos'n'iis fs cies.)
luching and Accordeon Pleating
for Neckwear and Trimming use,
from 35 to 85 cents. (ie latest
Plain and Embroideriod Chiffons
in edgings and allovers.
Damask and Towels, new patterns,
just over, see them.
No nook, no corner in the house
without some useful article. Prices
are guarantee(l to be the lowest in
Ferris WVaist, chibiren, misses and
ladies, 25 eents to $1.
100 1Rolls Miatting, all grades.
Brumssells Carpet 50 cents, made
~YX1i 9ITE TI
P. S.-Butterick Patterns.
Telephone Cali 93.
TIhe muost intensely inbred
M~OR'QAN :-: STALLION
in thie Stato, w ill be, at Liberty
every other Mondlay and( Tuosday
and( at Mr. TI. L. Robertson's every
other Wednuesdany as per tablo:
LI BEl TY.
A pr il 5th, 0t h, 1 t h an d 20tb.
May 3d, .11 h, 17th, 18th and 3 1st.
.Junle 1st, 1-1th, 15th, 28th and 29th.
April 7th and~ 21st.
May 5t h and 19th.
Juneit 2d1, I6t h and 30th.
Tho bahi.nco of ti me will be at
F'or P'ed1igreesi and1 other in for
apr 1-97mdi 1. C enit ral, S. C.
Anon t o ' i ttar ltaet
S Ir:T r11, Ciil' lt [A N
MUNN & CO.
I i t Mrnnwnv. New Yorwk.
A House Fu
More on i
"'Come and Tal
Before the Stoc7
Sugars, Syrups, otc.,
u.) mbrellas, Underwear,
Table Damasks, etc.,
Hose and Handkorchiefs,
Eage Pncils, Earthenware,
Jibbons, and Rubber Goods,
Ladies and Gents Hoso,
D rugs and Dry Goods.
All Kinds of MERCHANDISE1.
Nothing SHODDY in STOCK.
Don't wait! Como at once! I
RUN! for our BARGAINS t
indigo Blue Calicoes.
Fine Combs and Cours Combs.
Fine line of Neckwear.
induce others to como
NOW for BARGAINS.
All of our Goodt
We are Willing to give E3
For The Next
Come and sec us AT ONCE
PHUN and PHAX
FOR T HE PHOLKS.
Now is a good time to fix
We have all kinds of Seeds
and Garden and Farm Tools.
Cotton Seed Planters,
Double Foot Plow Stocks.
Barb wire for pasture fences,
cheapest and best,
New Goods every week.
Look through our houses.
If you don't SEE what you
wvant, ASK for it.
Wanted-An Idea ra
.11 of Goods,
e Your Pick!
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%kU~qNjry~jjN 3o0O111, oil,
"RIGHOT I i (
3c J)) 3RNpull,
wante ag1o10 fs or SJO Sdrdl
*svT1o0JMU) ptl 1haut,10
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pt. qu ans& aswyBos,
VC) & Sjw GR IIFN,
PCenra, S. C.
MaDn TS!rt READILE THIS!.
a ve angow reay or sEd lh e
orse Sy ior nooM
Ha, eone aand C,
CepFor LAs, ose and Chipdrn.
No (t Uies a & o say on andallth
Yourpatr nagelte . C
Main Street, ee~nville, . 0.
We wb ready o sad a the
ats andet alndnets,
yo vr sawe, aties ano rn.
ill elfieve itost sepeig.
SoYour ptrosnge lao enet lyd.l
Physician and Surgeon,
Offleo at his residendo lt- 11he Kirkey
home11 phice, on Tn elye N1 i It I veR!.
March 8, 1894.
DR. T. D. LEONARD,
All work guarantoed.
would be pleased to servo you.
(reenville, S. C.
Ofileo over Bruce & I)oMter's Druig Store.
C. T% iAi, 1 1TO'(RA.
* lie, G re(.e ville, S. . Ollice ovcr
Addison 's I)rhg Stor.u
Al work ;rant11 eeI to give satisfac
To The Public.
17 .wonhiresn -f *ly inlform1 the Pilb.
lie that D~r. 1N.Tl. Welonl, %%ho is
well am11 favorably%. kimllwn to (he citizenist
of Pickvens 'on1y, ik now :tssociated
w%-lilt is ill tlo pract1ice of D. i-try.
OAlice: 1lltire flo 1r) oumIs (11') s4ta1i's)
City Nationni Minh11k Blok
ieenv~Ilk-, 8 C.
It. A. AloitOAN, . .lS Io SI
(Greenvillo S. C. Piv eiwi S. C.
Mi[orgall & Biassinga me,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pickenis, C. II., S. C.
Pract.ice lin alit the eos1rts.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
JINI .llA8K101, weiLghs abut, WnO
1)4111131t41.'% i ls will sene 11 res at 'i ui-i,.4 for
SIn flor a l. .
CLARK & CO R ,ER
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
amd WVroughit, fron F'IGC(I NG.
alw8-97l. Greeville., S. C.
Is Oomplete and FRESH,.
Sets. in fact <-verything
that can be found( in a weCll
HI ig'hest market prlices 1 pidl
for all kinds of counl~tI y pro
Cal10 OH1Iw'\~ wlon1 iln lmslcy,
i. H. MARTIN,
EASLIWY, S. (.
Summonis for Relef
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