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The People's Journal.
-}Vhatever the heart does is
-fl'is quite a lively time with
th.e "hare now.
-Thursday, the 25th inst., is
--Every drunkard's ivifo knows
thWIbre is a devil.
--ead the advertisement of B
. xifu this week.
j-e,-Col. J. E. Hagood, of Charles
ton was in town last week.
"Corn shuckings are quite num
erous over the county now.
.-The Academy at this place is
being recovered by the trustees.
---L. C. Thornley has treated
)iin.Melf to a nice, new "wheel."
Read the advertisements in
the.JOURNAL and profit thereby.
-The farmers are having fine
weather for gathering their crops.
, r Will gtawart, of Porter, has
tretted himself to a nice new bug
- Miss - Sanders, of Wal
i!,,wisited at J. C. Alexander's
.-Life Insurance agent, O'Neal.
is registered at the Hotel do Thorn
ley this week.
James T. Porter, of WVestmin
ster;-visited his brother, Dr. F. S.
Porter this week.
-The Town Council will soon
nt in rock steps from the post
ofMoe to the court house.
-Miss Maude Ashmore is on an
extended visit to Miss Beulah
Chiles, of White postoffico.
-These autumn days are so still
that you can hear a bill collector's
fgtsteps a quarter of a mile away.
--A meeting of the trustees of
thb- several districts of the county
was held in the court house Satur
-The photographs of the Pick.
.ens Rifles are now ready. All who
%want one will please oall and got
-The Old Folks Singing Asso
oiation will meet with Fairviow
church the second Sunday in this
---Married, on the 3d inst., Mr.
W. A. Clyde, of Easley, to Miss
Major, of Greenwood. Rev. J. T.
--W. W. F. Bright was dispen
ser-in-chief, on Thursday last,
Dispenser Baker having important
burps at home.
-T1~h. Liberty Township Sing
ing Assoolation will moot wvith
the Flat.-Rock church the fourth
sabbath in this month.
-THE JOURNAL comes out aboead
,of time this week, as the p)rinters
4ill attend the State Fair, which
,convened the 10th inst.
--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs, of
I1FIort Hill, visited the latters par
.ents, Mr. anid Mrs. Jeremiah Loo
per1 Saturday and Sunday.
-W. F. Hendricks, of Table
Mountain, was in town on business
last week an4i reports the health
of$hat community generally good.
-Married, October 31st 1897,
Mr. Adolphu9 Bagwell to Miss
Emma Pace. Megistrato Jones in
bis efficient nmanner officiated. All
.of Pickens county.
-Magistrate Jones, of Dacus
ville Township, reports cotton
alabout gathered in that
section anid that gathering corn is
the order of the day now.
--.-Will Holden, who was com
mitted to jail week before last on
a'charge of obtaining money under
falso pretenses, was released last
week. Hie proved out of same.
--Rev. J. E. Foster filled his
regtlar appointment at Secona
Baptist church Sunday, andl
preanehod an able andl instructive
:sermon to a largo and attentive
-Mr. A. C. Edens, of th'. Qolen
.ey valley, brought to this offico
:$aturday, several laurel blooms
whaich he secured on the 5th inst.
'This is something very unusual
for the. time of year.
---W. R. Major and1 family, who
live near town, left Wednesday, the
10th inst., for Piedmont. We are
oryto lose such an estimable
family from our midst and hop1)
. b~ey will be pleased with their
-The infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Sutherland died on
the 4th inst., at 4 p. mn. Tfhe fu
neral took place the day following
at Holly Springs church. The b)e
reaved parents have the sympa
thies of many friends.
-We have been requested by
several parties to ask of the sev
eral ginners of the county the
numb~er of bales of cotton ginned
during tihe year 1897. Let the
JOURNAL know by the 15th inst.,
on a p'ostal card, so same can be
puablished for information of oth
--A meeting of tihe County Su
pgyisors will be hold in Columbia
in the State House, on November
10th' for the purpose of discussmng
the road question. This meeting
should result in much good, in
fagt . should be held every year.
anid we hope that the Supervisors
-Road Clork's sales this weok.
-Miss Alma Kay will teaoh the
Six Mile school.
-A watch has boen invented
that runs 45 days.
-Three may keep a secret if twc
of them are dead.
-Thero are now 750 prisonorl
in the State Penetentiary.
-Will Nicholson, of the Keo
woo side, lost a fine cow last week
-Waiting to be whipped is th<
most uninteresting period in boy
-Mr. Hfirry I.oslie, of London
county, Virginia, is visitii:g at Col
0. L. Hollingsworth's this weok.
-Mr. W. T. Moaros, who was
hurt 'in a runaway scrapo some
timo ago, is able to I'o out again.
-R. L. Gilstrap and three chil.
dren are still very low with ty
phoid fever at his home in Pied
-Thero arc very few mon who
are homoloss, hut there are a groat
many who are at home less than
they ought to bo.
-A good article is rarely doar
itt the price isked. A bad one is
costly on any terms. Soo that
you receive what you call for.
-'ho cabbage and applo crop
in North Carolina this year seems
to be of a large quantity, as the
wagons, loaded with the above
vegetables and delicious fruit, pass
es through town ovory day.
--Did you say you wanted your
"Photo" taken? If so, Eugono T.
Andorson, the photographer, will
only be hero two (2,) weeks from
the 10th instant. If you want
any work in his line done give
him a call.
-John Patterson was before
Commissioner Thornlcy Saturday
for illicit distilling, but the evi
dence was insufficient and he was
discharged. J. M. Kelloy was also
betoro him for removing and re
tailing and was bound over to
-Cenitral has had another big
fire. About one hundred balos of
cotton, bought by R. G. Gaines, a
cotton buyor there, were burned
Sunday. They wore sot on fire by
a passing engine. The loss is be
tween throo aid four thousand
dlollars,which tho Southern Rail
way will havo to pay.
-Priestly Maxwell, a farmer
living near the Easley bridge, died
Thursday morning the 4th inst.,
at 1 o'clock. I-o was stricken with
paralysis F'unday night and never
rallied from the attack. A short
while before his death he became
unconscious and (lied while in that
condition. Hie wvas 62 years old
and had always lived quietly anid
alone on his farm, having never
been married. WVell known in
both Pickens and Greenville coun
ties, he wits highly esteemed and(
had fewv enemies. Four sisters
survive him and they reached his
bedside just before lhe (lied. Mr.
Maxwell was a man of frugal hab
its and leaves quite a valuable
esta to. The body was taken to
Pendloton, the old home of Mr.
Maxwell, for interment.
--Country store advertising is
improving, and as it improves it
grows more and more interesting
andl all th~o better for the interest
it excites. It was formerly of lit
tIe con sequence, because country
storskeepers took little interest in
this department of their own bus
iness. The ad vertising wvas un polp
ular, was negl.cted and regardled
as a bore, but it wasBconsidered an
expense rather than a scourco of
pIrofit. S4hrewd me~n have taken
the advertising expense account
from the blacklist it formerly oc
cup)iedl and plut it in the light, so
that we can plainly seo just what
its value is and its probablle and1(
p)rofltable returns. -Money is now
spont, not grudlgingly, as formerly,
but freely and voluntarily, and in
some instancos? lavishly3. That
none may be thrown away the
qjuality of country store advertis
ing should be carefully3 consideredl
and overy help toward good1ness
The D)acusvillo Camp of Confed
erates Vetorans will moot at Loop.
or's Gin on Saturday, November
the 13t h, 1897 att 9 o'clock k. mn.
All miemb ers aire ('arnestly request
ed to be l)rosontt as businoss35 of im-n
p)ortancte to the Camp needs atton
tioni. lBy orde(lr of
W. TV. Field, Commander.
W. W. F. Bright,_Adjutant
Tha Board of County Commis
sioners met Fridamy the 5th inst.
andl E. F. Looper, T1. A. WVilhiams,
J. J. Lewis, H. C. Shirley, W. B.
Jones and J. E. Boroughs w'ore
All potitions for neow road1s and
changes to 1)0 heard at the Docem.
A petition for changes on thi
road from Robt. Lathem's to Farr's
Mill wals pre'(sented. To be heOar(
at neoxt meeting.
A petition for changes on thn
road from Naomi Clayton's placi
to G4assaway bridge was presentod1
Petition granted anmd the Super
visor is authmorized to lay off th<
road on the most pracf*ical route
free of cost to the county.
On motion thes Supervisor was
anthorizedl to build a four roon
What is going on in and around Liberty.
(Correspondent to the JOURNAL.)
Liberty, S. C.. Nov. 8th 1897.
-There are a few fine turnips
ini this section.
-Cotton still comes in at a
lively rate and has gone to five
-The school is improving in
numbe s considerally since cotton
has been picked.
-The farmers are gathering in
the top bolls of their cotton and
gathering their corn.
-Rev. V. H. Workman atten
ded the meeting of the Presbyterian
Synod this week at Darlington.
-Some few have taken up their
sweet potatoes and report early
varieties pretty fair. much bettor
than the lato varieties.
--Thore is a good chance hore
just now for somen'man with a fain
ily of children to send them to
school. One good house for sale.
--H. C. Shirley and family have
returned from an exteneded moun
tain trip. They went as far as
Asheville, N. C., and report r
-The cotton seed bring bettor
prices than the cotton and the
Oil Mill is getting them in lively.
The Oill Mill Co., shipped a tank
of oil this week.
-A little daughter of Arch
Smith, is very low, being paralized
in one side. Mr. Smith is very
unfortunate, having lost his wife
last weok after a long lingering
illness of about a year.
-Constable Wyatt, of Green
ville, sold a crop hero to-day that
had been levied on by a firm in
Greenville. The same crop was
levied on by some of the hands
for labor rendered in making the
same, and it was sold under a pro
test. Now for another law suit.
-The doleful moaning of a few
lending members of the mystic
circle over their many short coin
ings, at a little "pow wow" the
other night, was extremely amus
ing. They were planing some
wonderful schemes for the future,
-Contractor, King reports the
piers finished for the new bridge
over the Twelve Mile river near
Thos. Gassoway's and says he will
finish the wood work right away.
This will give another new road to
this town and we hope a better
one than some others in that sec
-Whoat sowing is about the next
most important thing on the far
mer's docket. There is guano here
for those who haven't suflicient
home-made fertilizer for their
wheat crop), and lackey is the man
who will have the money to pay
for it after he gets his rocciplts all
--Life is too short and space
too valuable to Lake more thani
p)assing notice of a howvling man
gey 01(1 flea bitten "Gray" hound,
with a record for villiany a. black
as the hinges of midnight. So let
her roll. Little elue but lies may
be expected from much.
I think the ball will soon
close as I can hardly ever see a
piece of the rag. I do not propose
to be forced out by straight out
lies of "Gray.'' I will smile and
pass something cresp. I do not
propose to disgrace the page of
THE~ JOURINAL with their names or
paper unloss they oome at me over
their own signature. C,
STPATE OF" SOUIJI CARO[lINA,
Ccounity of IIcken,s. J
S. A. Gosnioll,
Mary A. Smith,
By virtue of a D)ecretal order
madec in the above stated case, by
the HIon. 0. WV. Buchanan, Pre
siding Judge, on the 26th of Oc
tober 1897, I will sell for cash to
the highest bidder at public sale,
at Pickenis court house, South
Carolina, during the legal hours of
sale, on the first
Monday in December 1897,
all of that tract of land lying and
being in the County of Pickons, in
the State of South Carolina, ad
joining lands of Susan A. Gosnell,
Mary A. Smith and others. Sup
p)osed to contain from ten (10,) to
fifteen (15,) acres, being a part of
the tract of land conveyed to Mary
A. Smit h by Wim. Duke on the 24th
(lay of March 1870, lying on the
West Side of the old1 Pumpkintown
Road. Purchaser to pay for dood
J. 11. 0. McDaniel,
Sheriff Pickons County.
P'REV ENTED) BYx TAKING
"Our Native HERES''
Great Blood Purifier and
200 DAYS' TRE A T MENT $1.
Containing a Regisitered (Guaranitee.
:1 page Book anid TVetim,onials. FREE.
Senit by mail , postpaid. SrohIlily -iby
'The Alonzo~ C. Bliss comipany,
no44.Washington, D. C.
Is selling at or below cost and
we sympathize with the farm.
ing people, as we have had
some rxperience "long that
A short crop and a low price
is a double calamity.
He can't expect the people
to pay even a liberal profit on
their purchases under existing
We are willing to divide
our Profits and in this way do
all we can to tide this emer
We do not boast of the lar
gest stock, but we do boast of
and at as low a price, if not a
little lower than the other fel..
Try us and be convinced
that what we say is true.
Yours for trade,
FrcUiiil & I1Olth'iC~S,
Pickens, S. C,
PHUN aid PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
We havo just opened up a new lot
of Ladies Capes, and have a nice
line of Trimmed Hats and Sailors
for Ladies and M isses to arrive this
week. Come and see them. Tell
all the Pholks to come.
Now is the time to fix for cold
weather. Our stock in this line is
Jeans cheaper than ever before.
Outmgs, Flannels, Velvets, Gloves,
Shoes, Rubbers, Macintoshes,
Overcoats, Umbrellas, Oil Cloths,
down stairs, up stairs, every whole,
Furniture and Stoves, nice, new
Axes, Hlatchets, Iron Wedges, Corn
Shellers, Wheel Barrows, Grind
Stones, Iron, Steel and Nails, Rims,
Spo'.es and Hubs.
AND SEE HERE, whilo I think
of it. A good many of the BOYS
came in last month and "PAID UP,"
and that was8 right, but there are sev
eral more who don't seem to have
the moral courage to come, because
they can't "PAY Ur." That is wrong.
It strikes mo that since Ii have car
ried themn from year to year through
all these many hard years, that they
should give me the benefit of their
cash trade, and not run off to Ham.
burg with it. Don't it seem that
way to yo-? I wish you would men
tion this. Probably they haven't
thought of it. It would look better
in TIxM and they would FEEL bet
ter and it would do me a uight o'
good. You might send 'em a copy
of your paper and maybe they will
WV. T7. .M'Fall.
Making WAGONS and BG0
GIES in our new quarters near'
the Livery stable and can fit
you up in the wvay of a neat
substantial Wagon or Buggy,
one or two hor'se.
PR ICE S
are equal to five cent cotton.
All we ask is for you to
give us a trial and be convin
Repairing of Wagons and
Buggies a specialty,
Yours for trade,
DUCKWORTH & PALMER,
oct2-97m6. Pickens, S. 0.
Notice to Trespasers.
All persons are hereby warned not Itc
hunt, ibah er in any wy trespass on out
disear1ing ti no tice wil e prcuted
D. E. Hendricke,
Dr. w. T. Field.
Joe n. Findley,
.ewme aB. V. Farmer,
Fresh and New
Is our entire stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, MATTING
Our stock this fall in all the above lines is the largest and .most com=
plete we have ever had and ever shown in one house in' Greenville. We
extend to all our friendra cordial invitation whein' in Greenville to give
us a call.
We have some rare bargains .to offer. A few we will mentton.
The best all wool filling-Jeans 10 oz. 25 cents.
The best all wool filling Jeans 8f oz. 20 cents.
9 yds all woul twilled 'red Flannel for $1.00.
A 25c. all wool twilled Red Flannel for 15 cents.
A heavy Outing in all colors and black and white 5 cents.
All wool cassimere, the 50c. quality 35 cents.
Table Damask fast colors 20c. a better at 25 cents.
Beat Sea Island 23 yds for $1.00.
Heavy I Drilling 5c. worth 6 cents.
Dress Ginghams 5 cents and up. Cotton checks 4 cents.
Best apron Ginghams 5 cents.
Best Indigo Calico 23 yds for $1.00.
Calico for 81 cents. A better at 4 cents.
The best Calico for 5 cents.
38 in. all wool Dress Flannel all colors 25 'cents.
50 in. Black Briliantine 40 centy worth 75 cents.
30 in. Dress Flannel all wool 18 cents.
Prettiest line 25c. Novelty Dress Goods in Greenville.
10-4 Blankets white and colored 45 cents.
Capes $1 and up. Carpets and Mattings at prices lower than yott
ever bought before.
SHOES! SHOES!! We have put in a complete new stock and can
fit you in anything you want. 'Give us a trial and see if we won't save
you 15 per cent.
Remember we have no old stock to put oil' on you, but everything
new and fresh.
We have only mentioned a few of the many Bargains that abounds in
)ur store. Call and be convinced that the place to buy your goods is AT
LJDAD F 17\
LEA D1Ac .INN
NOw Store, New Goods,
NEW - PRIGES.
YES, everything new and stylish, as well as durable, will be found in
my store at Calhoun, Pickens County, S. C.
When the trading public of this locality are in need of first olass
GOODS, I invite you all to visit my stoic and examine my stock and
A look will convince you that this Advertisement ig no Humbug. My
stock comprises the latest styles in
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE AND FURNITURE.
I will make a specialty of Shoes and keep in stock all the leading
styles for Men. Women and Childreo. I also have a well stocked GRO
CERY DEPARTMENT. You will always find everything fresh and at.
tractive, at the lowest possible figures.
My present line of foregoing goods include "VALUES" that are in
demand every day The prc inducements are 'as strong as the quality of
my goods are attractive.
I amn determined to be " Leader of Low Prices " in this
locality and serve you politely and aittentiv ely.
Respect rull y,
F. I. OARTEL.
Doyle Building. CAL HOUN, 8. 0.
NWP. S -A car load of No. 1 Tiimothy Hay, at $1 a hundred
CHOCK FUJLL OF GO1ODS.
Boug Mht direct from NEW YORK, by an experienced buyer.
The nicest selection we have ever had. Our s ock
in laiger than ever before and we are carry.
mny now a little of everything.
There is no better market thani Pickens
and nobody is more anxious to please tban we are,
We ask you to come to see us. The market price paid for
cotton and produice.
J. McD, BRUCE.
FALL AND WiNTER
Goods at A. K. PARK'S, Greenville, 8. 0. All invited to come to my
store and see my Immense stock. Time was spent in searching the Nor
thern markets securing the Right Oods and Right Prices and now
seeing how well pleased my customers are, am satisfied that I succeeded.
I am new prepared to shew you a magnificent line ot all the latest
effects in Fall and Winter Goods. Notwithstanding the talked of ''Higher
Prices." I bought my goods so I can seil themn in accordance with the
present low price ot cotton
In Dress Goods I am with the first. Any one who can be suited at all,
can be suited here., A season of new and wvonderfulty beaatiful weaves is
before us,. and to stimulate early fall trade we are offering Special Bar.
gains in these goods, prices ranging from 10 cts a yard to $1.50. To ap
preciate the prices yen will have to see the gloods.
In trimmings I have the latest Braids, Velvets, Silks and Jets to
matck any goods we sell.
The best stock of Underwear and Hosiery that I eveir carried. In
heavy g,oods, such as Jeans, Kerseys, Cassimers, Wool Flannels, Cotton
Flannels, Shirtings, Sheotings, Bed Ticking, &c. I am right at the front
with quality and price.
SHOES. Thie stock is my GREATEST PET, ''Once a Customer
Always a Customer." Women's Shoes from 75 cents to $3.00 a pair.
Men's Shoes from '75 cents to $5.00 a piir, Childrecn's Shoces all grades
and prices. I do not claim to be the only maan who soils good 8shoes, but
I do let.the other fellow sell all the sorry ones. Here arc a few instances
how I can save you money and give you groat satisf*Coi. 1 yd. wide all
wool Dress Flannel at 25 cents. A good wOOl jeans att 12* cents. An
all wool Jeans the best in the market at 250. All wool Red Twilled Flan
nel at 12ic. 2500 yds. yard wide Sheeting at 4c. Can't be bought any.
where for lens than 6 ets. A last word. Don't buy your goods until
you have seein mine and if I fail to Pleas0 you, notliin g ur.
Greenvll.~ S~V. W'.
Notice to Oreditors.
8TATE OF $OUTH CAUCIINA,
County of Pickene. }
Enps. Freeman, ot..al.,
W: B. Freeman, et. .l.
In Common Plcas.
In pursuance 6f ant order made
in the .above stated oae by Hon.
O. W. -Buchanan,. - . residing
Judge, dated 27th day of Octo
ber 1897. - -
NTo$iee is hereby .gvenj to all
the,creditors of the lnte :James
F. Freeman, that they must
prove their clains and file 'them
with me on or by the Iss day of
December 1897, or be barred.
This 28th Oct. 1897.
J. M. Stewrrt,
Clerk of Court.
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF'SOU'HH CAROLINA, 1
County of Pickens. .
Newton Oats, et. al.,
Rufus C. Roper, et. al.
,In Common llg,as.
In pursn nce,of..n pMjr"ado in
the above stated case by Hon.O. W.
Buchanan, Presiding Judge, 'dated
27th day of October, 1897. Notice
is hereby given to all pereons having
any domands against the Estate -of
Rufus Oats, or the Esiaite of Marv
Oats, deceased, to proyp tld establish
such demands before me.on or.by the
1st day of December next, or be bar
ied from any claim against said Es
Clerk of Court.
This 28th day of Octobcr, 1897.
Notice to creoi1ors.
BTATE OF SOUT[I CAROiliNA,1
County of Pickens.
Robert Stewart, 'et. a,l.
In Comnon l as.
In pursuance of a rder made
in the above stated caseby Hon.
0. W. Buchanan, Presidng
Judge, dated 20th of October
1897, and on file hi 'tl Clerk's
Notice is hereby given to all
the Creditors of the late John
Stewart; of the cou.nty and
State aforesaid, that they must
prove their claims against said
Estate on or by the 1st day of
December next, or be barred, as
provided in stid order. This
28th October 1867.
J. M. Stewart,
Clerk of court.
$'TATE~ 01 SOUTH CARQ)LINA,
Cont,y of licekens.
C. L. Hollingswvorth,
Amanda Hunt, et. a).,
Foreclosurd of Mortgage on Real
By virtue of a Decretal order made
ia.the above stated case by the Hon.
D. W. Buchanan, Presiding Judge,
an the 26th day of October 1897,- I
will sell to the highest :bidder at
Pickens court house,.South Caroia
an Monday the ola
6th day of December 1897,
during the legal hours of, sale, for
sash, All of that tract of laud lying
and being im the State ap C ounty
aforesaid, adjoining land~ j IJ. K.
1athem, 1Frank Hlogsed, 'te Tfvaline
Hunk pleoe, on MwishJ'p .'h Hunt
lived at the time of his he'i'ha, and
others, containing fiftpriirne -(69)
acres more or less, which is' the' tract
of land conveyed by C. L. Hollings
worth to T. J. Hunt on the 16th of
Purchaser to pay for his deed.
3. H. G. McDionieh,
niov4 97. iheriff 1Pickens Co.
THAT THE BEST
Five pounds for $1.00 is IlNE.
those 10 cent Salmon and 10
cent Tomatoes are the Best.
All kinid of Goods at MORRIS'
aro choapor than his competitors.
it wll payyou to go. his- J.rince.
Pickone, S. C.
Now brick store.