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The People's Journal.
-Gornany has 884 female
-Go to tho Drug Store for the
bot,t ginger cider in town.
-J. B. R. Frooman wont to
Easloy on husna)s Friday.
---In 1860, the American papers
printed 928,000,000 copies.
-Homor A. Richoy is consta
blo under Magistrate Jenkins.
-'lhe County Pension Board
met in the court house Tuesday.
-What d>os it profit a man to
b)o wise, if ho marries like a fool?
-A. M. Morris is preparing to
put an awning in front of his
-It was roported to us that
frost was seen in many places last
-A healthy man or woman,
averages 70 steps a minuto in
-'he finest kit mackorel in
town at thto sto re of Sutherland &
-Freenl & IIendricks will
soll vou nine pounds of good cof
foe for $1.
-Mrs. S. A. S. Porter is criti
cally ill at her home on tho west
and of town.
-The fari'rs tro keeping l)
With their work and the crops are
-W. W. F. Bright, of the May
1I1111d section, was in town on busi
----Cadot Bertran Thernly, of
Clemu.ofi College, visited his par
ents this weook.
-Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. W. Robin
sont, of Easley, visited friends in
town last week.
--Geo. W'. Dillard, Esq., of
GIeOnvice, was in Pickens on
-Prof. J. L. Mlurphree will sing
at Nowry, Oconoo county, on the
third Sunday in Juno.
-Sulperi1tendent, Johnson, of
the Easloy oil mill, was in town
oil llusiness last week.
-Remle11er the meeting of the
Bomard of County Commissionors
next l onda , Jun 7t1:.
-AIletn K. Edons, of tho Table
Mountain section, was aiong his
Pickens friondiS last week.
-Cono to town next Monday
and purchas,) a tract of land that
is to be so1(d hv tIhe sheriff.
-Th1lerei will bo) a picnic at the
Lonhard4 I(1t school 1house 11ear1 T. A.
McMlan 's next, Saturiday.
--When you want a pair of
shoes or a nice hat of any kind,
cll on Sthorielanid & G rifli n.
-Prof. J. M\. Looper conducted
an aill dhay singing lit Ruhamah
clhurichj, neair LiAberty Sundaily.
*-TLreasu rer .J. T1. Youngblood
and famni ly visited rolatives and
friends in Piedmnont last week.
i ng the G reonvilloh News, was in
Pickens Miond ay and Tuesday.
-W. T. McFall and family
spenlt several days tbhis wook with
relatives anad friends in A aderson.
-Tbhore wi'ill be p reaching at
Grillin church tie second( Sunday
in Jun1) by the11, pastor, Rev. C. L.
--t, is estinatid that the cot
toni cropj of hest yeur is one miil
ionA bales shoti' of thalt of the year
-Mrs1'c. Nainey'I LoopOr, of near
MoutntL Carmiel chur ich , wiho was
veriy siLla hst week is miuchi um
-Conistab1 lesq IIowie, May and
Curet on seized I rem the Babb
boys Satu irday, two gallIons of corn
-A mlost enijoyablo lawn' par'ty
was gi ven toi the young poop1)o of
Piciwns b)y Miss E~ssi( Etarlo Fri
--Auditor Christopher spenlt
saoralii dlays last week with old1
friends andi relat ivis in the May
-Mrs. .' D). Dacuis, of neanr
MavoIn.rd , who lias leen very' sick
for srseralI days is reported as conl
--Capt-. Itober't E. Stol w'1 ias ro
p)orted( as h avin g been very') sick
for seve;" i:lVay last week, hut is
[Lit It!o(c Chal in, son of Mr. anid
M1rs. I, I1. L~ opr', of Neodmnoro, is
still critieally ill. No hopos e n
--MIrs. It Wi. Ilendier'son, oif (Jar
Son (Gre-k, N. (C., has bebn on a vis
it.ofl twoi wve'ks to relat ives anId
fiends(ha in) the AliIcaL section.
'-1 id you feel thle earthquake
Monday outli 2 p. m? It wvas
>t feel it.
\iull, one of
I friends at
. IC) last woek.
---Marr'i'd, at t.hc r'eQidenco of
the otliciating inister, 1Rev. Thos.
Looper, on Sunday evening May
23d, Mr. Calvin Loggins to Miss
01l1 Iinghny. Al11 of Pionsn conn
-Germany has half the world's
-Read the professional cards in
-See Suthei-land & Griffin for
your grain cradles..
-The Washington hand press
was invented in 1829 by Samuel
-See Supervisor's notice of
bridge to lot in another column in
-Freeman & Hendricks have
just opened up a nico line of
shoes and hats.
-T. D. Harris and family visit
ed r'latives and friends in Greon
ville county this wook.
-About forty million foot of
timbor is annually mado up into
matches in this counitry.
--Rev. T. C. Holsclaw will preach
at Griflin church the first Sunday
in Juno at 4 o'clock p. m.
-A good new buggy for sale for
cash or acceptablo papor. Ap
ply at tho JOvUmRNAL oico. tf.
--Rcal the change in tho ad
vertisemont of \Vm. Goodlott, of
Greenville, and give him a call.
--All kinds of iceo cold (1 rinks
servod in first class style at the
Soda Fount of Sutherlaiid & Grif
--The little shower Monday
evening was a groat hel p in set
tling the dust. Sovoral more of
such is greatly needed at present.
-Tho examination for the West
Point cadetship took placo in An
derson the 20th ult. Cadet Car
pet:ter, of Clemson won the cadet
-On a fine day it is reckoned
that the cycle riders of the world
cover the grand total of 1,000,000,
000 miles, or 4,000 times round
-Fred. P. Day, who has a nico
position with the Southern Agri
cultural works, of Atlanta, Go., is
on a visit to his mother near Eas
ley this week.
-B. M. Griffin wont to Greon
ville on business Monday. Ben
went in a hurry to Easley on his
fine horso, only having a short
time to meot the train.
-Mrs. R. A. Lancaster and
daughter returned to their home
in Gainesville, FIa., after a pleas
ant visit of several wo,eks at the
home of Col. lollingsworth.
-George Cureton can now be
found at the "Soda Fouit" of
Sutherland & Griflin. lHe is al
ways ready to wait on you when
you want an "'ico cold drink.''
-Hon. E. A. Aikon, in company
wvith Deputy McElroy, have been
playing havoc among the moon
shiners of Pickens county, S.
C.-Brevard Sylvan Valley News.
-The Rev. W. T, Huinley, of
Gainesville, F'a., preached a forci
ble0 andi instructive sermon to ai
largo and attentiv() congregation
in the Baptist church Sunday
-John W. Thomas, of Thomas
villeI, was in town on business last
woek and says they caughit between
at:; and seven hundred fine fish
in the little pond1( of water in h is
--Mr. R. L. Hienderson movod
his photograph fixtures back to
P ickens Monday. lie stor'ed theni
auway here ini town unt Ii' fall He J
will go) to his hioime in Northi Car
Ii na the last of this week.
-Martini Lut her .Jones, of' lhe
Mica section, was in towvn Thu r
day last and1( amuised sev'eral pte
pl1o with sonie fine mumesi. lie
hiasin't forgot how to 1ph iv yet and
'tis a treat to heari him inl ay.
-The County Superv isor' has
purchased a new safle for the
Clerk's office. It is a large one
and1 has been mnuchi neededU( for
some time. The old onme wa put
in the Probate Jud(go's oflice.
'-Theni Pickens high School,
which w~as tauightI by M\iiss Carrm(
0. Sams, closed Friday for- a v-a
cat ion of thIree monthls. TVhe pa
tirons are wvellI pleawed with her andl
will try to got her to teach the fall
-Jlohn M. Williams, who lives
njear (Cross Roadls clhuirebI has a
fine field of wheait which will he'
reQady for the sickle in toun (livy.
Mr'. WilIi amis is a nimoe fari'mor
and overythm tg looks p rospwerous
-WV. H. Ash more handed uts
last week some fiull gr-owni beans,
which he says lie had, ini con nec
Lion with irish p)otatoes, for dmii
nor one (lay last week. Mr. Ash
more has a fine garden an id lie uni
dlerstands cultivating it.
-Rev. W. M. HlardenQ preached
an interesting ser'moin to a larg(o
congr'ega tion at the Noi'ri s Cotton
Mill Sunday. lie hiad the pleas
ture of enjoying the hospitality of
Mir. and( Mr's. .1. F. Bamister, of
that place, SundIay noon1.
-Wim. Simnon, colored. was
before Commi "' ornloy the
26th instant f, z whiskey,
but for want < e, lie w~as
released. Bof ot out of
town ho wa on1 State
wvarrant for v .f the dlis
pensary law, 'idenco was
insufficient i 'as turnled
lQoose. He wi efended in
thro"ast offe . -P. Carey,
---Georgia has 3,000,000 cotton
-Icoecream freezors at Suther
land & Griflin's.
-Mrs. Julia Smith, of Easley,
visited at AIaj. J. M. Stewart's last
-Tho best Kentucky crab ap
ph' vinegar for sale by )r. G. W.
-Not ono American woman can
walk five mules unless it be on a
--Rea(l change in the advortise
nlet of W. T. McFall and when
in town give him a call.
--Nicest lino of dress goods in
towi at Sutherland & Grillin's.
Call and see thom oil the corner.
-Sth orbsmd & Griffin keeps
bridles an1(d harness and they in
vito you to Come and inspect their
stock beforo buying olsewhere.
-M Ir. Jesso Ropor, of the Tablo
Mountain section, was ill town on
busin(ess Saturday and reports the
farmers in that section as being
protty well up with their work.
--We men t ioned last week that
Mr. L. 1;. Durham had the finest
field of wheat. that we had seen
this seaSon, but M1r. Geo. A. Ellis
has some that is equally as good.
-A child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Smith, who lives on the John
loper place, near Maynard, died
oil the 25th tilt., and was buried
the day following at the Williams
-Messrs. A. W. ludgons & Son,
of Easley, fire insurance agents,
comes out this week with an ad
vertisemnut and if you want your
property insured it will be to your
m t'rest. to see them. Road their
advertisemuent in another column.
-M isses Grace and Bessie Mc
Daniel and Ruth Stewart, accom
panied by Messrs. Walter Griflin,
Chas. Cureton and Larry Thornley
sj1wnlt. severnlI hours in pleasant
conversation at the residenco of
Mr. 0. P. Field's near Pindor, last
-Last Sunday was a typical
fif th. Large congregations gath
ered at many churches. The day
was devoted to childron services,
and many intorostinlg speeches
were made. In our own vicinity,
services were had at Enon, Beth
leiot am1(t Mountai n Grove.
-Green Torrel and John Miles,
Colored, were boforo Colinissioner
Thornley on the 28th lit., for il
licit distilling, but the evidenco
was insuflicient and they were re
keased. Sampson Burgess was
also Ibefore him the 29th ult., for
same off-iso and was bound over
to the United States court.
-Theli time for the votin)g of
special taxes for school purp~loses is
(oit and the auditor is busy comn
lltinig the tax duplicates for the
fiscal year 1897. He wvill be ready
in a fwv (lays to make a report to
the County Superintendent of Ed
neation of the amount of money
to he apportionod to each school
(district in the coumnty.
-Some sneaking thieves, too
low (downt to (10 their mischief in
(lay time, stole from a good old
christ ian lady Sunday night, the
23d uilt., a chicken anid picked it
and wetit to the house of at good1
citizen and put the chicken in a
room of tho house, in order to re
lieve thwmselves of the crime.
This is a carteless pliece of business
andu( the pe'sons that did the
st''aling hudllbetter' look sharp for
thIiey kno weth niiot whIiat they arme
i\l a. l in'roa A s I haven 't. soen
anytv hini. fr'omi ouir sectioni will
givo you ai f ewI (lots.
NI r. Wmit. I iarpo'i has gonoi on a
vi.it ti' relatives and)( friends ill
Andelirson county this week.
Rev. Ii. C. Atkinson pr'eached1
an1 excel lou t sermuon to an atton
tivye oingiregait ion at Six Mlito
sc hool hoi use Sa tur'day night thet
Rev. Wi. C. Soaborn preachedl a
formci blo Sei'umn to a large congre
gatlion at P leasan t HIill Sunday
the 2;8d uilt.
Mis. W\m. L4ogint is oii a visit to
reltives ini Spartan bu rg this week.
Nlri. W. IR. Guai'rott has the finest,
field o.f co'i we hatve seen this
The Smiuday s4chool at Six Mile
church'el is it a flourishing condi
ton. The enrollment is ninety.
Ma. E niron: As I have nuot
seen a nyt hinig fromhi) thIis secti on in)
somut t imhe, will giv'o you a few
The~ farinwr is have their cotton
thiinined an id have bee~n veory btisy
duiiiing the beui tifitl weather.
JIepth lKileaslei''s shi inglo mill is
ini tis sect iont and( lie is cutting
tmber ini a huirr'y. Ilie makes the
best shlin igl(s in I be coun ty.
Prof. .J. L. \lMurp'h re will sinog
at Antiochi lhattist, chui'ch the
secondc Siimlavu ini Juno1( at 10 a. mi.
E~veryb)ody is'intvitedl to comio and1(
binmg Crowning D)ay No. 2. Hoe
wtill teachI a ten (lays r,chool at
Attiochi church soon3 and( Crown
iing Day No. 2, will be used. All
wh'lo will are inuvited1 to comte ai.d
join the class. Trho (late will b)e
publhlished later on.
jG jr-WA NTIED AT' ONOE: -KetIv
agentsi fori each'l counity. E~xcIilsi 'onhtroli
nsi no risk. Will clar 12 to 25 hundioredl
dollar aiijii .yEar. Einclose sitamup) for fiill pair
t.iel,Ihrra, or 25w for $1 ioain,ple. limo itAiie
MINI.mA r. W1-rTn u no.- I Itu-a, Mi ii
JuuNt From Easley.
Misses Emily Johnson and
Blanche IIudgens visited friends
in Greenvillo county last Saturday
Mr. W. M. Ilagood has just con
ploted the pc.mting of his yard
fence which adds much to the ap
poarance of his beautiful place on
West Main Street.
Mr. Porrin O'Dell is building a
There was a largo crowd in town
Saturday a1n(1 our merchants
seemed to be doing t good busi
A good many of our young peo.
plo went down to St. Paul M. E.
church last Sabbath to "Children's
Rev. Mr. Reed, of Pondloton,
assisted Dr. Riley last Sabbath at
Mt. Pleasaunt in the morning sor
vice and thon prorchod an able
sermon hero in town in the even
og to an appreciativo audience.
Mr. R. G. Gains, of Central, gi.d
his two sons, Edwar(1 and Paul,
visited the family of Capt. A. V.
Iudgens last Saturday.
Thoro is to be a meeting of the
stockholders of the Easley Oil Mill
Company next Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Some of our young men who
had imbibed too much "mountain
(low," and had triod to "paint the
town rod" the night prvious,
wero boforo tho town council one
day last week and contributed
some eight dollars to the treasurer
for their fun ( ?)
The many friends of )r. Ed. F.
Wyatt wero glad to seu him in
I is Gertrude IIagood returned
homo Mlonday afternoon after a
pleasant trip of soveral weeks yis
it to Spartatnburg.
We wero glad to meet our friend
Capt. John H. Bowen on our streets
last Monday afternoon.
Mrs. W. Z. Davis and friond, of
Atlanta, Ga., returned hom Mon
day, after spending several days
with the family of Mr. A. W. Fol.
Mr. Newt. Oats has been elected
temporary policeman by the coun
Miss Texio Bowen has put up a
neat wire fence between her lot
and Mrs. Aiken's.
Dr. R. F. Smith spent several
days in the thriving city of Ander
son last week on business.
Wo, with others, have beon won
dering why Mr. Walker Curoton
has boen wearing such a broad
smile since last Sunday? But we
daro not ask him.
Mr. John L. Thornley, jr., spent
last Susday evening in our town.
I will be at thie now bridgo place on
Twelvo Mlile river, near Thonuts Gaasa
wvay's place, oni .funa 19th 1897, at 10 o'clock
a. ini., to let to thei lowest respiblell bid
decr the. hiling of the rock pilers to said
E. F. LooPRR,
j3dwv2. Counity Supervisor.
Gower j2 Speights,
City Warehouse. 107 ILuronls st.
Would be glad( to havo' our Pick-|
ens friends visit our Coal, Wood
and1( Lumber Yard, on C. W. C. R.
R., corner Broad and Georgia
Cower & Speights,
G reenville, S. C.
miirhe sorewith the ''Lion" in
No. 118 North Main Street,
LARGEST M IN M TOWN.
8&-DRIY GOODlS M1LLINERY.
SHOES fromn 25 cents to $1.00 a
Mefn ne~d Children Suits from 50
cenits to $12.00.
NMillinery Deparitment the "finiet."
All kinds of Hats and Flowers
for ladies and~ chIildrenl, like a Flower
Garden, andi Noah Ark, two of a
kind. At the
Jenning~s Bargain Store
GmREENVILLE S. 0.
Sutherland & Griffin's
IS THE PLACE
To Get Your
Dry Goods and Notions.
ed.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 I,aoes, Embroideries, Finishing Braids. Ladies
Belts and Ladies Underwear.
NEO K WEAR.
A BIG LINE of NECKWEAR. Ladies and Gentleman's
Ties, Collars and Cravats. Come and see them.
YES, a big lot of F.traw Ilats, Latest Styles, going cheap.
In fact all kinds of Hats. Come and see them. It takes a nice
Hat to make a man lcok well dressed.
Buggy Umbrellas, Hand Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. They are
what 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
Men's Shoes. Come and see us we van fit you.
All kinds and sizes, going at cost. Come and get your dinner
Sugars, 20 pounds for $1.00. Good Coffee from 5 to 8 pounds
for a dollar. Come and get some Kit. Mackerel. All kinds cann
ed goods fresh and cheap.
Tobaccos of all kinds. Cone and get a ten pound caddy be
fore they are all gone. Cirars and Cigarettes, smoking tobacco.
HARNESS. Wagon Harness, Single or double Harness, Col
lars, Bridles, Collar Pads, etc.
HARI)WARE. Plows of all kinds and sizes. New Patent
Sweeps, 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.
SUTHERLAN-D & GRIFFiN
Pickens, S. C,
MoE A LL'S "JSTIN.-.
o'"BUDOET-" L AMBER T"
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKO.
Come yourself and tell all- the
PHOLKS TO COME
and see us in ouri newly arranged
houses, where 'you can better see
what all wve keep in stock.
Everything more convenient and
coming in every week, and we are
always glad to "Wrap 'cm up and Tfhe moet intensely imbred
roll 'em out." M M N::SALO
OUR FURNITURE DEPART..M RA -:SALO
MENT in the State, will be at Liberty
will be more attractive than ever. every other Monday and( Tuesday
Don't fail to get one of our Woven and at Mr. T. L. Robertson's every
Wire Cots, a nlice Lounge, or a Fold- other Wednesday as per table:
ing Bed'1 LIBERTY.
I.RGHT NOW, A pril 5th, 6th, 19th and 20th.
.May 8d, 4th, 17th, 18th nod 31st.
Grain Cradles are the proper~ thing Junie 1st, 14th, 15th, 28th and 29th.
to have and we have a few more OET N's
HIandlecd Hoes to closo out low. A ril BERTnd ON's .
Come and se0 us. * Ari 7th and 1t.
W.4 T. i4'Jan.i Jun'oe 2d, 1thand,' Bth.
The balance of Limo will be at
"T HE SUN -:- Central.TER 1.0
'ihe first of Amnerleani Newspapers, For Pedigreos and other infor
Charles A. Dana, Editor. nmation Address
Thie American Cons~tintion, the Am- DR. L. G. CLAYTON
irina, 1 n'ericui, SrhSi *r*e aprl-97m4. Central, S. 'C.
Diai,l, y ( mal t- - $me, ne ar
Daily and ftmda, by mall, - $8a ear. T HE SOUT HE RN,
THE SUND)AY SUN CENVL,..
is the greatest 8ui la. Newspaper ini the A FIRST CL ASS COMME RCIA L
PrIce 5e. a copy. By mail, *2 a year. HIOT EL.
AddeasTil SU, Nw Yrk' Newly Relnttedl, Rtefarnished, and Modern
SP ECI AL BA RCA INS 17ze. All Ouests' noom,e Largo,Jlaght,
in Dross Goods. new lot just in. nargains looins onr Ofic ior. Cipty
isebarga s i t lon sta n olowins, a Railway from tAir L ine
in everything. Bargains ini atoves and fur
niture. Entirely too many goods, they
>ni a nd naee. Ihve a lot'f edi. Trm per Day, $2.00.
cine that I ami authorized to guarantee or OORKW ITL Mner
refund te mn ey. If yout have th e tooth-' CAP'.r. IR WIr. C}e aaerk.
mut, treeof o rgo I want .orn, chik- Subscribe for Tum $A., .A
R. ROBERT KIRRSEY'
Office at ble resldence at the Kirksey
hone place, on T%%elve Mile River..
March 8, 1894.
DR. T. D. LEONARD. -
All work guaranteed.
would be pleased to serve you.
Offie ovr Brce & Greenville 8. C.
Ofch9y .Bruce & Doster's Drug toroe.
C. FITZGERALD, PHOT1OGRA"
J pher Greenville, S. C. Olfice over
Addison's Drug Store.
All work guaranteed to give satisfac
To The Publio.
E would respectfully inform the pub
lie that Dr. R. 'I'. Weldon, who Is
well and favorably known to the citizens
of Pickens county, is now associated
with us in the practice of Denistry.
0111ce: Entire front roois (up stairs)
City National Bank Block.
Dus. NomwoOD & NORWOOD,
Greenville, S. C.
B. A. MORGAN, W. F. BLAssINGAME,
Greenvillo 8. C. Pickens, 8. C.
Morgan & Blassingame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pickens, C. H., 8. 0.
Practice in all the courts.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them.
JIM IIASKELL, weighs about 1000
ounds and will serve mares at Pickos for
810 for a colt.
TRUMPET, is four years old, weighs
about 600 pounds and will serve mares at
Oouldin a Creek farm for $6 for a colt
C. L. Hollinesworth.
Dec. G, 1896.
Main Street, GREENVILLE, S. 0.
Have now ready for sale all the
Latest Sles in
Hats, Bonnets and Caps,
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
07- They keep constantly on hand all the
Novelties at lowest prices.
Your patronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
ABE CLARK. OEO. E. COOPER.
CLARK & COOPER,
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING.
CLARK & COOPER,
apr8-97y1. Greenville, S. C.
Dry Coods, Notions, Car
pets, Matting and Win
Do you want a Spring Dress and the
Newest of the New Trrimlmings.
A cargo of the choicest of Dross
All the Novelties in Spring Trim
All the new and fashionable Lin
ings, with all the other innumeorable
items in D)ress finishings.
There is no article used in Dress
Construct,ion overlooked in our selec
ALL TIHE WEAVES 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. ('[he latest
.Plain and ECmbroideriod 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 guaranteed to be the lowest in.
Ferris Waist, childrcn, misses and
ladies, 25 cents to $1.
100 Rolls Matting, all grades.
Brussells Carpet 50 cents, made
P. 8.--Butterick Patns,