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The People's Journal.
-A large crowd was in town
-rho wind Monday was a re
minder of March.
-Capt. T. J. Mauldin is visiting
in Anderson this week.
--1. B. Hendricks lost a fine
milch cow on the 19th inst.
-J. E. Hagood, jr., of Easley,
was in town last week on business.
-The Missos Harris, of Field,
visited friends in Pickens last
-Mrs. H. B. Hendricks is criti
cally ill at her home on Factory
-The barbers wore all kept
busy cutting hair and shaving Sat
-Ex-Governor John Gary Evans
was inl town this wook on railroad
-Soveral Pilconsites left Tuos
day morning for Charleston on the
-R. M. Stewart, of near Hazle,
was among his old Pickens friends
-Miss Bessie Ligon, of Pindor,
is visiting the Missos McDaniel
-What has becomo of the Pick.
ons base ball nine? Can't one be
-There will bo prayer moeting
at the Presbyterian church overy
-Mr. Benton Freeman, of the
Briggs section, was in town last
week on business.
-Mrs. W. T. Field is visiting
Mrs. R. A. Bowon umd Mrs. Flor
enco Griflin thiis week.
-Ml. J. F. Banister, of Cateo
cheo, worshipped at the Presby
terian church Sunday.
-Mr. John Richey, of Oconee
county, is on a visit to his broth
or, ox-shoriff Richoy this week.
-A goo( new buggy for sale for
cash or acceptablo paper. Ap
ply at tho JOURNAL oficO. tf.
-Mrs. J. E. Boggs has been
confinmd to her room for several
days, but is much improved now.
-Mrs. S. R. Day who lives two
miles south of town has beans
over an inch long. Who can beat
-Tho home of Maj. Warren
Boyd was mado happy Tuesday
morning by the appoarance of a
-W. T. McFall is making some
improvemnts on his store. He
wvill also putL goods in the old Sen
-WVheat harvest is near at hand
and ntot more than one third of
the farmiors are through thinnfing
-Maj. .J. J. Lewis has treated
himself to a nice newv buggy. He
purchased it from H. C. Markley,
-Mrs. J, L. Ambler, accompa
nied by her dlaugh ter, Miss Anitha,
worshippod sti the Presbyterian
-T1. 1). Harris is still enlarging
his store, lie is having a furn i
ture' store erectedl in the rear of
his mam i store.
--The Pickeons Sentinel has been
moved from over W. TI. McFall's
storo' to the seconld story of the
old( Freeman building.
.-G. W. Chi ldress, rep)rosenting
J1. Hi. Mor'gen & Bro., of Green
viillo, was ii Pickensj 011 business
Iast wee. Hie was stopp)ing at
the Il otel de Thornl1ey.
.--S. M. Ellison, of Seneca, was
an town on buisinessi Friday. Mr.
E llisoni wamel i ng a patont cotton
harrow, which is tihe best thling we
have sooni in the way of harrows.
-L. R. D)urham, who lives two
miles south~west of' town, has the
finest field( ofI wheat w.o hav'o sooni
this yost', 'The wheat and oat
cr1op promises to be0 goodl this sea
-Doeputy Marnlshal WV. J1. Roark,
accompaniied by Mossrs. B. D).
Ste#wairt,. F. F. Cox a nd Robert
Roar'k eut up a sixty-fivo gallon
stiiIll ntar Tahloi Mountain Fr'iday
-WSj. II. Ashimoroe, and old
and eniterpr'ising citizen of Green
villo county, is on a visit to rela
week. .Ho ie a grandI-father ot 'T.
-An infant of Mr. and Mrs.
John1 Cilds(1, (ied oin the 10th
instan 1, a t the hiome of Mr's. Clild's
father', J. Matti . Stewart, aged
(eleven mon11this, and1( was buiried the
(lay following at Griflin Bauptist
-Mi'. T. WV. Tfowne1s, who lives
near Porter post oflice, got his
house and everything in it burned
to fhie greuni on the 19th inist.
Hie was in the field at work when
he was notified that his house was
On fir . Several offor'ts were made
by thi (citizonls near by to save the
house, but thmr i efforts wis all in
vain. Mr. T1ownes had just comn
p1(4t(d the hiouse andl had just
mlovedl into it. The' los is very
groat to him. It is thought that
-Match boxes are now filled by
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Central June 1st and 2d.
-Miss Lida Hagood, of Easley,
visited friends in town last week.
-T. D. Harris has a full line of
dress goods and shoes. Call and
-Always read the advertise
ments that are in thie JoURNAL and
-Misses Nora and Lula Hen
dricks, of Field, visited friends in
town last week.
-Cadet Cleon Mauldin, of Clem
son College, was on a visit to his
parents this week.
-Road what McAlister & Beat
tio, of Greenville, has to say in
-Capt. J. A. Griffin, who resides
about five miles north of Pickons,
was in town on Saturday.
-For sale, four good milch cows
and young calves. A pply to B.
H. W ill iams, Cedar R ock. 3.
-Read change in the advertise
mont of the Dickson Shoe Store, i
of Greenvillo, and give them a ~
--You should readl the adver
tisement of It. L. R. Bontz, of I
Greenville, in this issue and give (
him a call. t
-Read the chango in the adver
tisemioit of Clyde & Nalley, of
Easloy, and when thoro give them
a call. Thoy will treat you right.
-Rov. J. M. Stewart proached
an able and interesting sermon to
a large and attentive congregation
at Enon Sunday. After which the v
LTord's Supper was admin istered. I
-Mlr. J. M. Hall is not out of a a
job yet. He is now mail carrier y
for Mr. J. A. Clardy, of Easley. g
He carries the mail from Easley z
to Looper's and also from Easley t
to Brushy Creek. This is quito a
j.)b for one man.
-A party consisting of Messrs.
Georgo Lathem, of Maynard; S.
M. Childress, Greonvillo; B. M. j
Griflin, John L. Thornley, jr., and ,
Homer A. Richey, of Pickens; at- s
tended IL dance at the Table Rock
Hotel Friday night.
-Lawrence Turner, who lives '
on B. A. Green's plantation died t
on tile 23rd inst., in his 80th year.
He was buried tie day following I
his death at the Mount Carmel I
Cemetery. He served in thc Mex. I
ican and civil wars.
-There will be an all day sing
ing at Cateechee the first Sunday
in June. Prof. J. L. Murphree
and other professors will be pres
ont. All lovers of music are in
vited to come andl bring song books
and well filled baskets.
-Rev. Mr. HeLndersen, of Abbe
ville county, p~reached inl tihe Pres
by terian clhuirchi Saturday evening
and Sunday morning and evening.
His sermions wereo well prepared
and abeodedI in deep thought and
--Mr. Jorre Looper has about
ten acres of tihe best corn we have
seen this season. Uncle Jerre
says ho and Sloan Medhin are
go ing to take thle prirze ont cotton
and1( corn this year. He cortainily
hias fi no landl to cutltivate.
-Central was visited by a big
fire F'ridaly niight the 21st inst ant,
wichel resul ted in the loss of prop.
erty to the amount of about $20.- t
000, with on ly $t6,000 insuranice.
Th'le fire started near the rail road
ho (tel and t welv h louses were des
royedl hoforo the flames were ex
to igu ished, and1( b y th slill fu iil
work of the cit izenis thle fire was
stopped at Mr. .Juo. lBrock 's store.
Th'Ie flames w~. s seeni by a Inmber
of our citizens here.
-The May party given by Mr~s.
J. 1). Curoton ini thle cou rt house,
Friday night, for the benefi t of the
three difforent churches ini town
was a grand suiccess. Trho enter
tainmer~t consisted of dialogues,
speeches, etc., and each part was
in teSt ing and amusing and the
younig b~ dies andl little boys7 do-,
serves the pra ise for the man ner
ini which t.hey acqiitted1 themselvyes.
Miss Bossie McIaniel actedl as the
May Queen andl Miss Gussie Cure
ton as tile Fa iry Queen. The
l adIies woroe all droessed ill a icelv
p~repar~ed coe um1o1 to su1it thle occa
5in. Th e.osmg o)xcIi5s was a
beaui tfull cek fo the prettiest
lady in the pa rty, and1( three gen
tlemen were appoinited to select
the ladies, one from each church
in towni. The young medi then
were given ani opp)ortunlity to vote
for any of the three ladies that rr
ceived thie noinaiil~tion and~ the re
suilt was that Miss Bessie Mcianiel,
of the Baptist chuirch, received the
largest lnmber (of voltes andl tihe
cake was aw~ardedl to hier. TIhe
court house was crowdled to tihe ut
most and1( the best of ordler proe
vailhed th roughiout. Music was
furnished b~y Messrs. J. 0. Brock,
Rt. E. Yonguo andl Dr. 0. WX. Earle,
wh ) madle some fine musgic for the
audlience. Ico cream and straw
berries was servedl an~d the amiounit
taken in was $25.50 and( after the
exponsesO was takeni out $18.00 was
loft to be dlivided~ among thle
churches. Spaco woutldl not allowv
us to give the names of all that
wvas in the party and the above is
only a briof statomiontof it. Mrs.
Oureton dloserves great credit for
her wvork in the arrangements of
-There will be communion ner.
vices. at Mount Pleasant churcl
next Sunday by the pastor, Rev. J
-Henry A. Durant and brother
Robert, of Reedy River, Greenvilk
oounty, are in Pickons this wooh
-Hon. A. C. Latimer dolivored
an able address to largo crowd at
Cooley's bridge, Anderson county,
on the 22d inst.
-Adam Mansel, colored, was
before Magistrato Jonkins Tuesda I
for violation of the dispensary
law. Ho was bound over to court.
-R. L. Hondorson, the well
known photographer, who is now
Btationodi at Central, was~in town
lesday on businos. Mr. letnderson
is as gay as over and says thore is
401i10 pIospects of his coming back
-John W. Thomas, of Thoias
'illk, in the eastern part of this
101iunty, lot off all old pond of
vator in his bottoms last woek
m(d caught an immense quantity
>f fine fish. Some of them was
bout 23 inches long and weighing
rom four to six pounds. He in
itos all his many friends to call
n hii while lie has plenty of fish.
-Mrs. Harriet Nix died at her
,()mIe in Oconeeo county on Thurs
lay the 20th inst., and was buried
he day following hor death at the
Ceowe3 burying ground. She was
good chrittian inay and was loved
y all who knew her. Sho Jeavos
Ilany relatives and friends to
herish her inmorv.
-Mr. R. E. Yonguo and family,
f Buckhead, Fairfield county,
,ho have been on a visit for the
ast. month to the family of Dr. J.
). Curoton, returned home Mon
ny. Mr. Yonguo contemplates
loving to Pickens this fall and
oing into tho mercantile business.
Ve gladly welconie all such men
-Married, on Sunday May 16th
897, by Rev. G. B. Moore, at Pis
ahi church at Equality, S. C,,
liss Emma Allgood and Rev.
esso Vermillion. Mr. Vermillion
an just completed his theological
tudios at Rochester, N. Y., and
oes to assume the presidency of
n institution of learning at Rusk,
'exas. Miss Emma was one of
he choicost young ladies in the
labtown section, and Rev. Ver
aillion has made no mistake in
is choice of a wife. She was a
iupil of ours some years ago and
he was as good a one as we ever
ad, and has taught since, several
erms in the public schools. We
,re sorry to see her leave the State,
mt our best wishes will go with
ier wherever she goos.-Anderson
WWWANTED AT ONCE :-Active
gentsl for each county. Exclusivo control
lind no risk. WVill clear 12 to 25 hundred
lollars ai year.i Enclose starup for full parU-.
ieulalrs, or 25c for $1 samiple. Bio RArIns
siINJCaa WA'rER Co., Big RapidH, Mieh.
1H0W TO FIND OUT.
Fill a hot ble or commiton glass with Un Ine
md let It sitand twe'nfy-fourt hours; a sedi
lent or' sell hig Iidicaites ai diseaisedl Col
[itilon of the kidn~evs. Wh len iirine stainsi
limen it, is positIve evilence of kidnmey
roubhle. Toe fregnient desire to urinaste
r' palini in thle baeck, is also 2onlvIicin
i'rf that the kidntey's and1( bladder are
it (of oriler.
W1HAT TO DO.
Th'lere is coumfort in tihe knowvledge so
fte (e xpres(5-ed, thaut IDr. Kilmer's Sw~amip
teor, the. great kidereey fulfills
very u iI int uelieving pain in L~he back,
lie inneyt V passtge. It correc us in abuilIity
ahel I I rite and wetl'dint palin inl palssing
!, lrhii eti'ets. foullowing m-e of liquor~,
-fleet if Sia tmp l.out is soont reailizedl. It
>f ihe mt~- istre'ss-itg ('ases(. If yout nt(eed
iy dr it , prtie' fifty ('ettn it i l oneu
1e11hur. IFor au .samplfe hot tl~e and pamphi
I'. u-ri:'s .Jiht'nNAT., andm sendu y ourt full
t-I ille'' addr es. to Drt. Ku ier & Co.,
It igh:in iinii N . Y. 'The~O pr oirs oif
We' will be ready on and after the
8th of APR.IL,
t0 snippl y y'ou wi ih thle prettiest
you ever saw, at prices thatt no0 one
vill blievcie, without seeing.
So youri presenice is eai'nestly sol.
Cited at c store. No. 106 Coffec
GRE~iENVILLE, S. C.
READ fTHI PREAD CHIS !!
--IF ". YOUi
want a good Harness or Saddle
Horse or Cood Mules,
all TENNESSEE RA ISED, comno tc
We keep on1 hiand,
WVAGONS, BUGGIES and~ HARt.
Cheap for CASH, or good papers.
Rt. ( . Uaines & Gassaway Bro,,
Central, S. C.
A GENTS WANTED-For War In
Cuba, by Senor Quesadat, Onban
representative at Washington, Endorsed
by Cibain patriots. In treiendons de
mand. A bonanza for agents. Only
$1.50. Ilig book, b'g commInsslons. Ev
erybody % ants the only endorsed, rell
uble book. Otilts free. Credit given.
Frelght paid. Drop all trash, and make
$30a month with War in Cuaba. Ad
dress today, THIE NATIONAL BOOK
CONCERM, 352-336 Dearborn Street,
STATE OF %OUTII CAROLINA,1
County of Pickens. f
By' virtue of Tax Exeoutions lodged in
my office I have, by my Special Depitys,
levied iipon and will sell for CaRlh at Pick.
ens court houise, S. C., on saleaday iI
Jiune, t he following tincts of land
All that certain piece parcel or tract of
land e Hurricane Township, Pickens
Couiltv, S. C., conitainlh g on6 hundred
mnd suventy-elglt (178) acrem more or less
boaunded I y lands of Mr s. Elizabeth Mar
tin, Mrs. C. L. -Johnsonr, Mrs. Amandi
Alexanrder aid others, sold as the prop.
erty of A. R. Flowler to satisfy tax execu
tion s'ngninst said property.
All that piece parcel or tract of land In
Prmpkintown To.vnship, Pickens Conn
ty, 8. J., containing one hundred (100)
acres, niore or less, bome:ded by lands of
Buld ilarker, Mrs. Talley and others, sold
as the property of WillirIam Temipson to
'at isfy tax execitlon agaist nald proper
All h irat place parcel or tract of land in
Erastatoe Township, Picken Counity, S.
C., co'rtaning lIfty acres more or less,
bounded by lands of Anthony Eollenbirg,
Mrs. McKhrimey and others, levied upon
as tie property of Mrs. Loiu Moore and
sold to satisfy tax execution against said
Purchaser to pay for papers and re
cording the s:mie.
J. If. G. McDANIEL,
ma~.y13-97(1d. S. P'. C., S. C.
MY STUaI OF
Is Complete and FRESH.
I keep the best Flour, Cori
Meal, Potatoes, both Irish and
Sweet, Onions and Onion
Sets. In fact everything
that can be found in a well
Highest market prices paid
for all kinds of countiy pro
Call on me when in Easley.
. H. MARTIN,
EASLEY, S. C.
Gower 2 S peights,
City Wairehouse. 107 Laurons st.
WVould be gladl to havo our Pick
ens friondsn visit our Coal, W~ood
an1( d Lmbier 'Yard1, on C. WV. C. R.
R., cornier Broad and Goorgia
Cower & Speights,
Greenville, S. C.
No. 118 North Main.Street,
LARGEST M IN M TOWN.
airDRY GOODS MILLINERY.
SHOES from 25 cents to $1.00 a
Men and1 Children Suits from 50
cents to $12.00.
Millinery Department thre "finest."
All kinds of llatsr and Flowers
for ladlies and children, like a Flower
Garden, anrd Noah Ark, two of a
kind. At thre
Jennings Bargain Store
GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
Sutherland & Griffin's
IS THE PLACE
To Get Your
Dry Goods and Notions.
3d. Corsets, Table Damasks, Lawn Of all kinds, white and color
Calicoes going cheap.
Shirts of all kinds, from 25 cents to $1.50.
Ladies Waists at all prices.
A big line of Laces, Embroideries, Finishing Braids. Ladies
Belts and Ladies Underwear.
NT CKWE AR.
A BIG LINE of NECKWEAR. Ladies and Gentleman's
ries, Collars and Cravats. Come and see them.
YES, a big lot of Straw Ilats, Latest Styles, going cheap.
.n fact all kinds of Hats. Come and see them. It takes a nice
lat to make a man look well dressed.
Buggy Umbrellas, Hand Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. They are
vhat you need a rainy or hot day.
We have them, and all colors, from 75 cents to $1.25.
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Oxford Ties from 75 cents to $1.50. Big line of Children and
Aen's Shook. Come and see us we gan fit you.
All kinds and sizes, going at cost. Come and got your dinner
Sugars, 20 pounds for $1.00. Good Coffee from 5 to 8 pounds
or a dollar. Come and got some Kit Mackerel. All kinds cann
d goods fresh and cheap.
Tobaccos of all kinds. Come and get a ten pound caddy be
:ore they are all gone. Cirars and Cigarettes, Smoking tobacco.
HARNESS. Wagon Harness, Single or double Harness, Col
ars, Bridles, Collar Pads, etc.
HARDWARE. Plows of all kinds and sizes. New Patent
Bweeps, Cotton Hoes and Ditching Shovels, Plow Stocks and Cul
CROCKERY. Just received a big lot of all kinds. Nice
Berry Dishes at 50 cents a piece. Come and get your pick before
they are all gone.
Don't forget the place on the corner.
SUTHERLAND & GRIFFIN,
Pickens, S. C,
M coF A LL' S 'E"JUJST1N.
o."BUDCET-M LAMBERT "
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Nir. Editor :
Now is~ the time for the
to loiok af ter
WARM WEATHIER SUP
Slippers, Light Coats and
Vests, Fans, Umbrellas, Para--______
sols, ,Lawns and Muslins, The most mntensely mhbrod
Negligee Shirts and Under
vests, - :O-A M TALLIQIN
through our Furniture house ada r .L oeto' vr
will do you good. AlwaysotrWeedyaseralo
something new. LBRY
See our New Style Sewing Arl5h t,1t n 0h
Machines, one of the best. My3,4h 7h 8had3s
Trundle Beds and CradlesJne1,14,1th28had9h
for the little folks, and woven 0ETO'S
wire Cots for~ the old Pholks.Api7tad21t
The very thing for hot weath-Ma5tan19h
er. Come and see Jue2(,1tsad.0h
iThe balanc te will o aLry
and7at Mr. T.lL.Robertsonentralr
A pigrote9 and 0thrif.
DOBE RTFG LAON
With careful rotationh aprl 9h. Cnr .C
crop.s and liberal fertilizations, TH SO HEN
cotton lands will improve. The(aeIxlsno[tl,
application of a poer fert&- CENILE8C
lizer containing suffcient Pot- -
ash often makes the difference AFRTCASCMECA
between a profitable crop and HTL
Ing not less than 3 to 4% io.iht
failue. Us fertlizer ii or oigoes atund her nfoer.
~Seiaue~l I omaton dress oo Ct
(ait xno Hotel,)
CIR ENV LI E, . C
Kaiit s acomlet spcifc iauiway rotAir uine
againt "st." comltpcfcTerms per Day, $2.00.
Nu'tosylamIn g'-er$aw 'U * subscribe for TUE JOUR3NAL
home place, or Ti elo ile Ifiver.
March 8, 1894.
DE T. D. D. LEONARD,
All Store. aat~d
would be d erae s.
Office oe Bruce & Doeter D t tore
C. FITZGERALD, PHOTOGRA.
DdR G envDle .8 C. ODleN over
ll, work guaranteed to give satisfac.
To The Publio.
Ewould respectfully Inform the pub.
lIc that Dr. R. T. Weldon, who is
well and favorably known to the citizens
of Pickens county, is now associated
with us iln the practice of Denistry.
Ci tinfo rooms (up stalrs)
C Tyioa Thk Pli.
DHs. NORwooD & NORWOOD,
Gr'eentvllle, S. C.
. li hIa Dr. R v. . W ldIn A wM I,
Morgan & Blassingame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAWf
Pickens, C. ., s. o.
Practice in all the courts.
Better Raise Mules
ThanNi Buy Them.
JIM HASKELL, weighs about 1000
pron an ill serv mIares at Pickns for
TRtUMPET, is four rars old, weighs
Gouldis Creek farzi for 6 for a crolt
Dec. 5, 1895.' Noi fsorh
Main Street, GREENVILLE, S. C.
Have now ready forsale all the
Latest Styles i
Hats, Bonnets and Caps,
For Ladles, Misses and Children.
X7 They keep constantly on hand all the
Novelties at lowest prices.
Your patronage solite.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
ABE CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER.
CLARK & COOPER,
MARBLE AND GRANITE
' of every
MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING.
CLARK & COOPER,
apr8-97y1. Greenville, 8. 0.
Dry Coods, N3otions, Car
pets, Matting and Win
Do you want a Spring D)ress and the
Newest of the New Trimmings.
A cargo of the choicest of Dress
All the Novelties in Spring Trim
All the now and fashionable Lin
ings, with all the other innumerablo
items in D~ress fmnishings.
There is no article used in Dress
Constru'ction overlooked in our selec
ALL THlE W~EA i no IN WHIITE
Organdies, Mulls, Persians, Swiss
es, Nainsooks, French Swisses, P.
K., English Long Cloth and the
Ladies New Collars and Cuffs (this
Ruching and Accordeon Pleating~
for Neckwear and Trimming use,
from 35 to 85 cents. ('the latedt
Plain and Embroideriod Chiff'ons
in edgings and allovers.
Damadl and Towels, new patterns,
just over, see them.
No nook, no corner in the house
without some useful article. Prices
are guaranteed to be the lowest in
Ferris Waist, children, misses and
ladies, 26 cents to $1.
100 Rolls Matting, all grades.
Brussells Carpet 50 cents, made
P. 8.-Butterick Patterns.
Tlenhoana Oall 93