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The People's Journal.
See change in Ilarris's ad.
Everything is quiet around the
court house this week.
A. M. Morris made a business
trip to Anderson this week.
T. D. Harris visited his mother
in Greenville county this week.
It is a race between grass and
cotton, with grass on the inside
W. R. Price, of Sunny Dale, was
in town Tuesday, on a visit to his
The Liberty sub-Alliarce meets
next Saturday, the 25th instant,
at 3 p. in.
. J. E. Hagood, Jr., of Easley,
was in town Tuesday to the delight
of his many friends.
W. M. Hagood, of Easley was
in town Tuesday en route to his
Twelve Milo river farm.
Auditor Christopher has comn
menced on the fourth township,
having three already on his book.
W. S. Kirksey, who lives near
town, is again infortunate in the
loss of another mule, which died
last week from lung fever.
F. V. Clayton, of Central town
ship, was in town Monday on bus
iness, and his old friends enjoyed
his pleasant conversation and hu
Miss Nancy B. Ferguson, of Eas
ley township, was examined in the
Probato Court Monday for lunacy
and was discharged on the roport
of the physicians, Drs. Earle and
Isaiah Cox, who has been visit
ing his parents and friends in town,
returned Sunday to his post of
duty in Washington. He is quite
a favorite in Pickons and his
friends wore sorry to part with him.
Rev. T. J. Rooke preached an
eloquont and inqtructive sermon
to a large erongregation in the
Baptist church Sunday. After the
usual services, the sacrament of
the Lord's Supper was administer
ed to the members of the church.
The Pickens Rifles did some1 prot
ty drilling Saturday afternoon.
They look more military like with
their guns and accoutrements.
Capt. T. J. Mauldin is a fine officer
and is exerting himself to make
his company como up to the high
S Tihe Sunday School mass moet
ing at tile Baptist church Sunday
afternoon was quite a success.
Prof. Hughes, of Greenville, did
not appear and address the audi
ence, as announced, but Professor
Striblinig made a capitol speech
and eoryb~ody was leased and
1In the rep~ort from the old1 folks
singing at New I10opo the annlounce
ment made for the next singing
saidl that the association wvould
meet wvith Peter's Creek church
the 5th Sunday in May which
should have been in June. This
wvas an oversight in tihe secretary
and not of the typo.
In the vicinity of Huigh Falls, ill
Oconee county, there are f oxos that
s beenx some
31m at several
y. It has been
manyll as thirty
hlounds wore in one race, p)utting
hliml in his (lol of rock.
A large crowd attended the May
mlee'ting at Cross Roads chlurch
last Sunlday. Rev. W. C. Seaborn
preached an able and eloquent ser
mon to a crowded 1house4 of appro)
ciative hearers. A ftor a short in
term issionl the sacrament of the
Lord's Supper was administered to
the comlmunicants of the church.
Sutherland Bro's., of Pumpkini
town, lost their store house andl a
a large quantity of goods and1 corn
by fire about eighteen mlonths ago
anld theoy havo be.'n workinig up
the evidence against the incendiQ
ry ever since. As a result Frank
Miles, colocrod, was arrested and
committed to jail ill default of
bail, to stand trial for arson at the
next term of the sessions court.
Sutherland Bro's. had no0 insur
anco on theoir property and their
losses were very heavy.
Da cuaville, S. C., M ay 18, 1895.
There wvas a shooting affray at
Trhomlasvillo, Pickens counity, this
atternoon. Isaac Bentley shot and
killed oneC William Austin, the de
ceased being the only son of Char
ley Austin, a man wvell known in
Pickons. The shooting occurred
about one hulndred and fifty yardsh
from John W. Thomas's store.
There were four nye..witnesses to
the killing. The b) all struck the
bro'ast hono and ranged toward tl~
heart, dilling him instantly. The
only word he spoke after being
shlot was "Lord have mercy on me."
Cause: WVinskey and( pistols.
Result: Th> life of a followman
blowvn out. Th'lo inquest wvas 1held
tonight by Trial Justice John 0.
Davis. 'The slayer was arrested by
James L. Aikens and oiscortedi to
the Pickens jail tonight by eight
or ten special deputie3. Your'
seribo wna a jurorm of inu..
Mr. Abe Williams iand chai
ing daughter, Miss Mamio,
Pelzer, visited relatives and friez
Monday,May 18th,1895,will Ic
be remembered by tho farm
around here. White frost t
morning and today the farm
have a very uncertain look ab<
their faces, not knowing to wl
extent their cotton is injured.
looks now as if it was killed
the lower lands. Vegetation lo<
May meeting at Peter's Crt
witnessed one of the largest c(
gregations as well as most orde:
that over assembled there, but
stead of the usual May-meeti
riggings gloves, overcoats, clov
and wraps were in style. Rev. J.
Foster preached a very able serm
on the subject of tho Lord's Si
por.Praise of the sermon was hot
on all sides. Prof. J. M. Looi
was on hand and added much
the enjoymeint of the occasion
furnishing the very best of ius
Those who fail to enjoy the Pi
fessor's music-well; they mi
have a very dull ear. Ho can i
with grace, dignity, power and e
ganco, more cloffs than "Goo a
C. 0. Guess, son of Thorn
Geuss, near Olga, is seriously i
Dr. J. J. Morgan is doing all th
medical skill can do for him.
Charles R. Singleton, now
Oconoo county, visited his fath<
in-law, Thomnas 1-. Williams, h
week, and his wife, who has be
spending a week among relatii
and friends, returned home wi
The young ladies of our secti
havo quite a number of visito
but I will not toll you of ONE U
til HE goes and takes the preacl
with him, then wo will tell you
The presidont and secretary
tho old folks singing say they w
be at Peter's Creek on the fil
Sunday in May-My almana 1I
only four Sunday i) May. Brol
ren, Peter's Creek will give you
hearty welcome, if they only kn<
Wo are glad to see that assista
county Sul)ervisor of Registrati
has adswored us if you, broth
editor, have not, and will be doN
on Saturdy,- May 25th, to regist
every body who wants his certi
cate changed, &c., so we can vc
at Peter's Crook.
The Foster's Storo Democrat
club is called to meet that day
Peter's Crook for roorganizatic
at 2 p. in., sharp. 1y.
Tho exocutivo committoo of t
Pickens county musical conventi
are requested to moot at Easley
Saturday, May 25th, at 3 p.
By order of the p~resideont.
J. T. Chilcdress, Pros.
Dean Singleton, Sec'ry.
The Johnston choir will sing
the Liberty Baptist church on t
4th Sabbath in May at 11 o'cloc
Miss Ol ive Kennemore, daugh i
of E. E. Kennemoro, of Easi
township, is at home for the vac
tion. She is attending the grad
school in Greenville, where she
making rapid p)rogress mn her stu
A Buasiness han
Want. to know the truth, the whole truth, a
Rothingf but the truth. Andi he wants that
truth boled dowa,
He has no itle to waste la skimaing abi
the edges of a svbject, he wate to get at I
tist of the inheis matter, afid dest not care
for # tiundred pages of eptaiene ifhe cas
et ettta a hundred hans 4f tolid facts.
Thast to eay' be wants the Escyciopandi
Dritanaita, for so other work wtil do
Cempletely eet the buS? P'en'e need.. It
has juttly been called "the knowledge of I
whole world compressed into Eve feet of
Of the business man is that he ban an eye
the dollars. If his goed judgment enables
him to detect the actual merit of a project
befote his neighbors yet into line he "geti
In on the .ottom door,' whIle his less shre
neIghbor waits until all the world wants It
end then he finds "~ the stocks have goneul
ItIsthi t ire itiic of C:artlna busin
procure the tintyclopadla britannica whili
may be had at l~troductory rates. A thorot
bueiness man ses how the Britannica
publishers can afford to permit a gre~t pap
Ilk. The Columbia State,
*fi'er theIr up-to-dato edition at introductot
prices for a short tIme unttI the public
generally has become famsiliar wIth its
eutpassing merits. Then all wIll want It,
and thiey i .i hate to pay the publishere'
regular price ; while the man who was shr
*notr h to purchase duriAg the introductet
iW~ has saved Just Si~es per volume e6
jples of the work.
Wto I., application blak te
"~MmsD~q Columbia, S.
El Magnifico Cigar, the best be.
mi- article on the market.
of Forguson Bros., Greenville, S. C.
ide Call on J. M. Rampoy for dress
g oods and trimmings, Laces and
ng Embroidery-lhe latest styles.
Good corset, 25c.; Men's good
elastic shoe for $1.00; Ladies'
ne dongola shoe, $1,00; 251b brown
t sugar, $1.00; Gib coffee, $1.00.
Gents' furnishing goods.
Oil ~ J. Mt. RANIINy,
&k Easley, S. C.
ok . L. DouCLAS
oil- IS T H E BEST.I
-ly FTFRAKIN. TH
1~$3 SHOErI PiFORA.TH
keg $W4~3~A FINE CALF&KANGAROOL
ks $3A9 POLiCE,3SOL.S
Oil -EXTRA PIN K
Lp- $2.1.715 BOYSSCHOLSHE 1 40
to W.D 0 fTl
by .. moClerON/M4S. -
by Over One Million People wear the
o' W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
st All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money.
so They equal custom Shoes In style and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform,---stamped on sole.
Id Prom $x to $3 saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
For 1:ale by
11. W.T. McFall, Pickens, S. C.
at F.B. Morgan, Central,S. C.
H ealth F
of means so much more than 8 *
ill you imagine-serious and Lar
th fatal diseases result fron La
as trifling ailments neglected. Tbc
11- Don't play with Nature's for t1l
a greatest gift-health.
If you are feeling
out of sorts, veak
lit and generally ex
LP U VI~ have no appeti t~e
er and can't work,
begin at once tak
Ing tbe niost relia
er -medicine which is19
Iron Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot.
to T ties cure-benefit
comes from the
* h S-1 very first dose-ji
c won't stain your
teth, and It's
t .. pleasant to take.
"') It Cures
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Io Neuralgia, Troubles,
3f , Constipation, Bad Blood
>n) Malaria, Ner'ous alments
n, Women's complaints.
Get only the genu Inc-it has crossed red
flines on the wrapper. All others are sub
wvill send act of Ton Beautiful World's """"""
Pair VIews and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD.
kc, SOUTHBRN RAILWAY GA
e.io.sed sBeeule in EKNe
---March 17 th, 1595./
Trains run by 758' Meridian Time.
STATION8. JO yj
Ar Newberry... ....... .....,.....,.
Er ~oiision u isj.............
N}iinty-x. ..~............. ....,.,... .00cpm
"Grei'nwood ...................... 2.17 pij
" Hodges........................... 3.00
L v.tevll.......... ............ 01a
"v PiCedmont1............ ...... ......10.49am
" Wiliumnston.................... 11.12 am~ We I1
" Bultor........ .... ................ 11.45 am
Ar. D)onad a ......................... 1218 pm th
Lv. Ab'.' ill................ .........'100a
"(reein'odi..... .... .... ......... 1.15 I'm
"Nnty-Mix ............. 37p
SClinton ilx, Sun)... .............. 11.10am
"Prosperity.................. 2.15 pm
Ai. C'olumbia............... .......... 4.15 lpmf
Wetwoona &ouiTi i T nd A's'liisT'l
Daily. I 'alk flaly. Dn1l
No. 13. INo. 15. ST ATION- ~No. fS. No. 14.
ag n li.5.iS.IJ Yi',n.imL tiv~olunInir. 1.45.n,~8.55m C
12.20pm I.10~a.iu 4. . . . A lston..O 1.00: 8.10pm C
1. ftpm 7.180.m "~ r..S . ..niI .'' 11 X.50pmi 2.2p
lit 2.0O9:n 8.1%I.m, "~ ..Jont ,;vil'o. . l.0pm12.42tpm
b4 2.19pm~ 8.27nm " . Pucolet... . '10.51pm 12.28pm
2.0m8.55.i im Ar Spart b'n-Lv lO.20pm1I.45au4
,,B.t1:m 9.00a.miLv Mnart'b'g ArI0.ifn1?a~
6 50pmin2.00n'na.Ar AshevIlloLV~ 7.00pm 9.00a$
* Nos. i i and 12 are solid trains but woon Oharles.' nem
ten aind Greonv'illo. ICUC
Tiralis leavo .Spartanburg, A. and C. division.
he nlor tihhound. 5.83 a. mn., E40i p. mn., 8.15 p. mn., (Voin.
tibuired Limitedll; southbound. 1.00 a. mn., 2.54 p.
mn., 11.37 a. mn., (Vejtibmuled Limited).
Tralns loatvo GAr.envtie. A . and C. Divislos,
Cnor thh~ound, 4.23a.m..23'5 pxst., nnd .7pm.,(Ves
enTrains leave .Setacca. A. a:ni C.1J3ivision, north
bound. 8.01 a. m. and I2.59 p.m.; southmbound, 8.08
S Nos. 15 aind 18 havo Pullman Siseping care
ese betwoeon Asheiville andt Jaciuonvill.
Pullmni P'aircO Sleepin,'t Cnr., on rauins S
Sand 26. 37 andic 38t, on A. and 0. DivISIon. .
WV. H. (O EN, J. M!. CUL IP,
er Con'l Mg'r. I'Ln. Syu. Tramc Mgr.
WVashington. i). C.
I E. llE RIEL EY, supt., Columbia, S. C.
WV. A. TU HIK, S.1I1. H A RDWICIK,
Geni. P'as. Agt., Aa's Glen. Pas. Agt. Eams Sys.
sA CHANCE TO MAKE'MIONEYI
y The I imes are h~ar, but here I, a goodi show.
In~ the last muonthm I hmave imadme eI75s elingm, t'imnx~'
imsh Washerre. I niever saw anmy tim, taike like
they do. Wh'len any women see men wash tie dimn
mner dlishes, eleRi andl dry thmem In (ln ininnte,
the'y buy~ one mright mnway. Anyonme can miake to~ a
day l ighti at himn easy. I have not canva gssed, so
amno are thme people for thmo Olimax they sendi,
for thenm. WVrite to time Ciimnax Mi fg. Co., Colunm
C bita, Oio, and thmey will sendi youm circulam a. it
Is 'a si ng what overybody wanits to buy. I
BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCK!
w For the Bargains.I
Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It. P
AG' 10 Car Loads of Coods.
O,OO@ : WORTH.
120 Yards Calico.
100 Yards Dress Goods.
00 Yards Lawns and Ginghams.
'00 Yards Shirtings und Sheetings.
'O Suits Clothing for Men, Boys and Youths.
cc. hundred dozen Shirts.
r Hundred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Hundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Hose,
Thousand pairs Best Shoes, all kinds.
y-Five Hundred pounds best Plug Tobacco.
ge lot Smoking Ilobacco. .41
ge Stock M llinery Goods, g
>usands of other things cannot mention here. Come, ti
BIG SALE is for you,
M,& E. B.DICKSONK1
GREENVILLE, S. C. 4
r4'r ow i u
itwe LOWE INoEwnbte in Orae
than any house in the city,
Men's Suits from $2.50 to $20.00.
Men's Pants from 50 cents to $5,00.
Youth's Suits from $2.00 to $ ro.oo. U
Boys and Children's Clothing from 75 cents up.
We have a full line of
Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. b
all and see our Negligee Shirts at 50 and 75 cents.
Full line of Rufus Waterhouse Neckties for 50 ets. e
A Diandly line for 25 cents.
Full line Boys' Shirt Waists from J o cts up.
nber our motto:
''Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded."
El~ii Call and Examine Our Goods,
REIFUS &c Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
Creenville, S. C.
After a close inst
JONES & 4
Have the Best an<
In Greenville, is the
When you come to Gre(
ocket if you don't come to se
iecept Now, and Look
It is not every (daty tlhat the readers %
iper ha1ve an eye-opening, tiueteenth i
ry opportunityv of this kind presenite' I.
ml. It is not every day that the Eml4pir
,tei Supply Copaittyiv, of Atlanta, (hr
", reachets out With cihi at trio of bright
,if winning hargains. It is for i lin4ited
ne, ali to introaite'o imroly a line of bar
,in supplie 1ito every 1home14 in this com.
iwealth, an advertismit for theuml
ives bys wich the reader fort.unles. Thrue
tieles on4ly are offered to the readers of
0 JOUDNAL an the 110se will 11 <isclOntil
Id at tated time. Itere they are. Iteaid
Ilargaint No. t-CASH REGISTER. won
rful, steful, ailple, convenient, coipact
iamieltll, anld I)ICvRuxI) A-r vouti nmot
r $2.00. Thin4 of it ! NO mertclhallt, m44
lainteia 11 ab1ould hnl witihouit it.. Tilli
miloney, but 'why alpouid all tho 1m1oley t(
onIomilze time Y Save the greate1r m111
id buy a $2,00 Itegister. What ot er:
,y, YOU will say. RI1adC: "It is 01 4sIre
look at it aiid neee how finl(- it works"
3eRt artileh I ever used"; "'Tines arii
Ird, elaiige I scarce, but I must hav
W": That tells the story, Order TO-nAY.
It will lict he thus always."
BRFJ KfS - T
Mr. E. B. Clark, of Beedly River
rook Stove which has been in cons
40een keeping hi mse 17 years and is
no was an Excelsier, butt cost her t
fr. Clark says his old Excelsior wvil
aughter's third stove is burned out.
u Excelsior Cook.
I7Crookery, Glassware, Tin ware
cost until further notice.
134 Main Street,
We will receive next week a ntiet
ilected stock of L~athes udn~ Misses
lats with Ribbons, Flowers, and
New Dry Goods and Shoes comn
g in daily.,
rThe best Grain Cradles and GrasF
fades ever seen.
Side Harrows, D)ouble Stocks ani
her Farming Tools.
Groceries adivancing--We hiav<
te best anri our stock was bough
3fore the rise.
Homespuds, Plaids, andl Yarn,
leaper than1t ever.
Lots of Gorods and1 but little money
7~ 3c.D. Bruce.
Pers'onls whno syvmpatizel' with thle if.
leted will rojolce with I). F,. Cairr ',
35 Ilarioin street, I-,1an4 :) ity . i i
an old suifferer from lintiannualllorlI
iumat ismn, bntt his nlot hleretofolre beer4
oubtiled in this elimate. Last 'uInter hi<
ent up jinto Wisconsin, and in conse4
tetice hans had1( anotheri attatck. "'it samei
po~nl me again ver~y aicut and severei,'
e said. "My joints swelledl and( beam<a
flamned ; 5ore to totteh or' lmrost to loot
. Upon the nrgent regnest of llt
other-in law, I tied~ Chamlberlabii's Pl'i
attn to redutce the swelling andl ease thii
alin, anid to myl3 agreeable suriprise it (db
othi. I have used three ifly-centt bottle
tid believe it to be the finest thling to
he'tnmattsm, p01ins anid swellings etnt
otr sale b~y
l~r. (I. WV. Earle, Pickens; C. N. Wi
.tt, Easley; Hail, Sloan. & Co., ltort 111i
luiuter & Boggs, Liberty; L., R. lEatoi
mfurlIECOVILL7 .7.>.Cl .
ectioi, we find that
I Cheapest Stock of
verdict of hundreds
nville you will rob your
[ES O U.
Upon a Lost
.gnin No. 2--Tlhink if a TYPEWRITER
.1.00. But so it i, ttiovimi, yo n
oNciK. A simlpli. writilug inclhii- with
. rach if itnylody. IDoes tihe work if 31
- ot rile. Ak triuimph of imothern inl
venton.Theworld's bisiness to-dlavy-oniet
not ~ .1 h-ta sn te itho t -hem, ht111, who4,
h 1 to, is al. to pimy 131.00? )ion', 4do
it1.. lity n $1.0 mnehinte. A splendid inl
1test.mtileit. for the merclat, laiwyer, miins
ter, mtlkliem4, seeretary, tih aoimo (ircle.
"It. N at good thing, help )h1811 it along."
Riemnember "w.,ity~n .YTiit!ClonT."
11nrgnini No. 3--11i. puizzles dhunond ex.
perii . CanlY 41v 1 l.tet f(bill tie geline1Il14?
rvry It. I Ivre It is: BRAZILLIAN DIAMOND,
it new aild sin1trkdling g(.m1. Will 41-t Inl
1 1 K sol1<1 gob I til tv1 -inlg, h111811 ease, atl
HIl n Y01u, ell1AtIM10.8 V'ICElI, for' 8, 122 'Iho
bargainl of the seasonl. If nlot e~itmll Ill ap
l()1itCenn to a $40.00 ring, send it back, an1d
I get. you r Ilolley 311141 d')stage, too. 1145 quick.
Iteferenres oi applicntion.
KElPi1E STATE SiPPLY COMPANY
HJUli - 6?_1ZC0 0rD !
Factory P.* 0., 8. C., has~ an Excelsior
tant use 25 years. His daugh';er hans
no0w usimg her third Stovo. Neither
oe price we ask for the Excelsior Cook.
I be cooking good biscurits when his
Weo woul ho pleased to show youl
Stoves and all Hlousefu rnishing Goods
& SEIG LER,
G REEN VILEE, S. U.
MRS. .TOE PERSON S REMEDY
Are you a Sn1Yerer f: om Inflammatory
Fourtt'een years~ ago, I was takeni wth
an ieirai luna of t hie li ps, u ht iebi enutsed
me1 Arent anxIie o t as ' wel as sitlierinig.
Both lips were( p~erf~ec 3tly I raw and very
puinfiI, smnartinig am134 burning all thle
titmi, entising me1 *'reat ,m3 iinag. Thel(re
waIs one0 sorIe wich~ remal3ineOl oin myi
1under0 lipi for 1-1 yeares, (il I htad gralve
fears aft.o 1thle etmi. I (1(4 ried4 h bst meod
iceal treatmtet the tount111 ry allintded, and
seribe, but nloting hnd any effct oin me
whattever untLIl I ti i d Mris. Joe1 Per'sont's
Remedy3Ii. I saw her and 11( she told1 me1( she
[toughtr she conhld enre me. I triled her
everyV since. I tohlt 3t1 s. Person)I I wold~
pay11 her $50 lI she~ wouild enret mell, but shte
said4 110, sh~e per'ferred my13 huylintg her
meidIiine. I dhll so( and( wonl not takec
hlaltere4ds of dolla rs fotr whlat it has donte
for mie. .1. 8. II RP.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Olntment:
Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes.
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Pales,
Ezczea, Te'tter, S3alt Rhecum and Benld Head,
25 cents per box. For sale by druggista.
TO HORSE OWNERS3.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con-.
dition try D~r. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, eure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new lIfe to an old or over worked horse. 2~
eents per packcage. For sale by druggista.
A lady at Tlooieys, La.. was very sick
witht bill1o11 colie whent M. U. TIlsier, a,
pr'oineniot merchaniiit of the town~ gave
her a bottU e of Chambethrini's Voile, Chol
era and. Diarrhtoea Remedy. I~e Bays she
wvas weii int forty inuttes tafter taking the
firt'~ (dose. For salie by
litr. 0. WV. Karle, Piekenis; C. N.
N. Wrvat t, Enieley ; Ihnll, Sloa:1,, & Co.,.
IFort 11111; ltllter & Boggs. Liberty; L,
IFnEE~i To JOURtNAL, lEADEIRS.
TH it JOITnNA L is anxious that its Hub..
scrib~ers shiould havo~ the advarntage '
of every goodl tihing going. WVith
this end in view we have arrangedl
with The Ilosterman Publishing Co.,
of Springfield, Ohio, for a supply of
r yearly subscriptions to their great
'monthly, " The American Farm
- News,'' which wijll be presented FREE s
TO EVERY PAID IN ADvANCE subscriq
her to TIIE JOURNAL,, -