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The People's Journal.
$t)h(1flIF.U IOYE14i '1EON1"SI)AY MORENINO.
'., J. MAULDIN ........... .Editor.
W. I.. MATUENY.......... Bus. Mgr.
Mnb)otrtption $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rites Reasonable.
n$ro?d at tio Post Offico at 1ickons as
second-class matter.
PICKENS, S. c.,:
Timrda. Jfiary, , 1 E 9r3.
Dr. George W. Earle.
Dr. Geoorgo W. Eatrlo. One Of the
oldest and most honored residents
of Pickens!died 'Tu'sday af tern1oon,
after ashort illness
ie was one of the land mnrks of
Pickens, having lived hero almost
from the founding ot the town. ie
was a physiciani of repute who
sOrved hia patients and profession
with faithfulness. and moved 'in
and out aimolig his P oble, enioy
ing their confidence and esteei.
At a ripe age he pass's away,
leaving to his s,)rrowing ones a
reputation an 1 a name v hicl
they, with friends, may well re
member as the best legzacy he
could have leeft.
BIRTHDAY OF ROBERT E. LEE.
M1oun(ay. ,l anuarv nineteenth.
was the birth-day o: l 0b-rt E .
Lee.
It recalled to mind the many
public service's e: this 'pa t riot and
the sacrifices he male ::n r1,sf.nse
to the call of dutV. It is emi
nently proper that thi1, day b- tit -
tingly observed ie:,au, anside :r<i
his many pu oi c"'-rvi ce :1.d sa -
rifices, the life a:l chaattir of
Gena'ral 1 ,"e mn ark the li : t ex
ponents of the true lif' , a !' .x an
exalted standard for m i and
private conduct.
Gene-ra! Li'- will h ar.cd
when l.sser e :te ;.:'i. -hall
hae been f r.tte:.
MR. CAREY FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
If the S:,uth ' : - 1 'a
ture wants to d 11: n i : n .
Vice to' th":ir state the p' rtup'': n t; y
is nouw presente. : a:ld ca 1 e rn-om.
plhs'.ed by th 1.l ti ; : Mr.
James P'. Car'-v as Asa e -it.. .T :s.
tice of the Sup;re-mii C iurt, wher.
h is talenit and l-'r::n:: w ::1 tin(
their p)roper sphe-. .and th: lie Vi
ions to be ree :,rde! in t h.. .Stat.
Repore herafter &:>u'd h.- r.:;ie
upon as aN-.- exp..s;tio:s of the
questions involve~ 21 ( every case"
calling for his cjpin;i n. 3Mr. Ca~urey
.2 not a po iticiana : alr;.r
and that tribunal db-manI:ds t h
best legal talent. Mr. Carey wou:i
meet every requiremlent.
THlE SMALL POX SCARE.
Small-pox in the vic(inity' of
Pickens callis ior the exercise of; cv.
ery reasonable p)recaultioni.
Vigorous mneasures at the Legiin
nling might save the country the
expanse and inconvenienice and the
misery of fearful epidemic.
The status of things now
requires positive methods.
The county authorities will
doubtless do al] they can to stamnp
ouit the disease, but their efforts
will a ail l ittle without theo coop
eration of the people in the a ifectedi
district.
Trhere is no cause f :> be alarmined,
but peopl1e shouln d not take chiances
when timely attention is all th at
is needed to save the country fromn
iudue excitement andl con seritient
'noonv~enion ce.
THEY HAVE OUR BEST WISIF.ES.
The inew county oili(ors who
have already taken, charge of their
much protested plaesu anid tho0se
soon to be installed ar'e not just
entering upon a hlng season of
easy, bappy work.
A county offica, it matters not
which one, is a hard place to fill.
Each is full of difficult work
and heavy with responsibilites,
No public official can call his time
his own. He is a pubili servant,
and the public as a jealous master
B3y the time an officer spends tw<
y ears looking after the business o:
h,id people, his own business, if hE
had any, is falling to pieces, pro
Vided that officer looks properly
after the business of his office. But
they are all goed men in Pickens
tounty, and the success of their
Work will depenid u:pon the meas
tire of support and consideration
liven them by -the people and the
diligence with which they .look af
Wter their'duties.
We wish for eech just as much
;i sasstw a osa get out of it, all
heum los # $t0
election if ho does his duty and
wants tht 00ice any longer. 'T'hnat'
enough. larl to 'V is1 anybody
mixed up with :o littlo good.
THI SHOOTING IN COLUMBIA.
The :hooting of N. G. Gon.ales,
editor of Tlt ('olrmin Ste, h y
James II. TillmIn1an Inst. 'l'hursdyii
was an act totally un,justilia hlt
ad at Iho time unprovoked.
It is a most deplorablo happni-.
iug.
Jalmes I. Tillman and the dleatl
1an wero not tih only6people 1
oneoried in this unfortunate at
'air.
The )0ople of Souti ('awlin,i
had i right to expect better con.
duct from their Lieutenant Gov
ernor, no matter what h: provo
cation iifght have been'l.
Tlillman was an ti1cer sw':n It
support the laws of hlis st.;te. andt
yet in violaltion of a latw Iu ie'edl
to llako lie went ia'd n .11 tw.,
ulawfu\I'l p.)stoIS and,t1 w ith1 'lt w\ irli
I11g, fired uipi)n his v: t11n1 in1i 1t:1;
a ImIoal t'wound. it is a
sad commentary u114:1 tl:" nt
its executitol.. It ilnlk , rii'
tale to le trati-1nitteI to thi e hvli
are to follow and tak. u the lni.
(ell atd dilies of t".t. t .-iliji.
\V1atcevor thII 11rovoe'i:-' . I:it ;lit
cal,tII I ' i1 i- d il"' l aw1\ III* ;in tl.'
in:1ds of lawlu idi: t '- 'i i who
lot,k It) . i hi,-h ' . -i:1 1ttlr tilhe
be-t lint. '1 tt inl t::. Law" t .r.,
their co ullilt':.
RENEW1EDl CON(iRATELA:TION S.
1: \' w\ rl": i I:te pr'.ill: tur'e r
Hi.yw ri h t v* .*. and va \ e
s in_h\' at tr.:11 a stat. inm i t , a:
t Vern r' i' -f r-. hi in tu lura.
w i t' & v r : V t; h :.:'xt tw
vears-w~ IL:- a hu::ost:'Mi:::. ne
II :e' a .r i. i., -' I e th - tat' :'
net u;' p rt . --v . y.-a i tt
eii: :. . th.. :-tst and i:." . -ac
tlA: .a : n:. ':.: ..r. . a
l ..:1l '! V - p.c. w'a:.t to ,
the 1p~ :. ma.ta.: i : as Ce t.' :
p:.V tisi in:.- -:C 'ta : .a be i
va:e to h ;o:. f1 -r . .p
e:t i -:t)~ a r)m . hia t .V 1K). - ca.*
trne ca:sep:h'r theo'~ N.: icd'v ofL
C uty h. .:-Sit r u h i :.
ti il - ii't a I a non th p .t :
maytust. H.:ie( i.ihst pur+ ..
forto h-:(1 Ivn rw i f a.1b- pLi rf*ei
hoof o thii ( eL'. arln ih u ti ..: 'r
hr e oi' , - L>li.ir ri iit:rest :
ilckenslOIuty : i, uch) vie e.,n.'
law,n ashe t f')r .ools. . )Oa'.r
puhle thai s f.ic bp-erl re:
for its i bu thenoht etg
whfich, tak:e :altogthr.: imad
County.Sprnednt ..:
Allhthis, gos to emprhasiz::e th
grin ideauc remon leitor tha
the gmpertalco educitin. ar':tth
leormlatde, ithpt t-ot relc ren
lesefthimn ord tis indat most
ther duationa ners oft
ABoutc- theeius luer,t in~ ee
phrge of openhemorat int.rsm.
pas ittl sito gie hoe inpern
waenainancsies madtedingetoh.
consi<,dratis, The Scholt S~uper.
intendent,s ohe is byvite ofac t
whichs te tied, tor tof hole
tan one ver mfiae.timn u
tiA haverl ev hase boeei ltun
fol his~o isabotte tomet acinr
omcnetaken aloetherr,in th
the~ imortancemof edc tn The
and iatingelnent of this ilerot16ed
tfund, .:tl the additional work en
talil'l th'rthy iitl as a reslult of
other n'asurles ell et ing that office
niake iensotn ttr adiditiolull pay for
the otliti'1r retliied to look after
:idttl t' spntt siltlu for all this.
W'\o h:ave ht'ar<l no4 rolulalint,
frot :tn gent letnen rtpeeting this
unctit;i ari.ll r nteleit or tlto 1 iber.
t:tls the lcgisiatitre takes with the
(ounty Superinttn'dncit, but the
facts arI thi,lr andt1 lcause lt the
a a t:mul:ati,aon e tlditt;es thit, re.
quire bis pres. I.c. inl his o:lice, the
l t' lt\ luper1i!.tlidl t 1t t 5u t nelg.
lettt thl:r w' k vetry nceCQS:ry to
thiter of t hies:tionl.
The rXay In Dentistry.
it :n: ul in den
ti-It Cl tIucceSs. It
+:: :.!:.t .hat the perIna
PIIt1'. .' -t : .. a ,.1 1 :t 11 t
lt': ' 'i i ; llt :iall ar lt1
pr T m,uth i thtus
of ofte:.r e
t::t' Tc" d i th. \\ith the N ra\
the tt':'. ann deitriune whether
the. se"'nd tooh is in the gum1in and,
if .u rit hi.s n t appe"are'd. Th'le
o' i it 1rt'::'svud. a p' lassa.il
p . t h t :h works ,rid
ua lat'.
L. xp red Canada.
S : .. ." t Africa to 1.'1Ld
unt1 - ..- .+r . T1:trte is a )>t
on.nt. -\n at
- - - Ptr' d a nI:t\w"
rit . : t b . Intvn into
i.:.d several
to itnu e its t'x
w\ h. :'.d? a I trip to
Gn -a Corbin', Report.
t:.n: I - : .n re"oltrt it has
' ....: wiil be
1 1' t'r h in
::.. t i::~ ~. :t,1 01 : t,i .
urging that
r:.t niital airs and
O der Than Thefr Grandmother.
\. :: A:lan
Sv 'ip-ou
E av. llen
gr TI of 11ns hildren
Drinking Horns.
Y ' er t.in: we eat and
s'' rank.
rndrink
t and ptWly
d - r' "d nlot on yv by acid s,but
n finf water.
A FREE PATTERN:
r o n re:ctin)to every sub
.ritr. ni; 0 cntsa year.
FMCALS~
MAGAZINEW
A LADIES' MAGAZINE.
A m;beau.tiful colored plattei lteet
fa, ns dresmaking econiss ;Ie fanscy
'a ?t. hosehold h:nte ; ction, etc. Sub
s'-et y r, ser.d %c. Ic latest copy,
l.ay ar ger.ts wanted. Senud for terms.
S,tyrllh, Reliable, Simple, Up-to
-;te, oomical and A bsolutely
P'erfect-Fittlug Paper Pattern.
MSCALLj
BAZAR.
PATTERSW
All 8eams Allowed and Perforat ions show
the Sasting and Sewing Uses.
-!y.!1 t - rs cents each--nor.. higher.
As' for tr Sm. Soltd in r.ealy every city
a:.1'',t-. , mrb rail!frorn
T HE' McCALL CO.,
113-1l5-l17 Weit 31st St., NEW YORU.
Watches, Clocks, Sewing Ma~
chines.
Pho~no~ r i;thn and Supplies for sale at
regulationi pices,
FIN1C SIL~ECTION 0OF PHO-~
NOORAPh!IIRECORDB
Alwaysi on hand.
Privato and Pnihi muic~al entertain
mlenta given on shot notice.
Mewing Machini'., Needles for all tua
ohines and lnest SoWing Mahge oil at
WaysF 01n hanid. Ne~w patrts furnihd and
fitted at short notice.
J2leyeles--Parts and Findings.
Thipair' work donne in all the abovie
lInen--28 years experlence,
WWatches for Raiilroad Service a
Specialty.
I can makce it to your' Interest to give
mie a call for anything In the above line.,
JON 1.850608,
Jeweler and Job Prlinim
Pickens
\We inVitu you to ins1)e t 1
Pe rfi
\V still have a fen i l.
Parlor and Din
Itt
ID u't tor.:'t that wo are le
('ic ng tl1:1't"s and Smo
Box 1'a1pt' from .-welnts up.
Pickens Dr
Announ
A H1
NEW
TO
W\ishing all ur":batr>nzs a:'la
gratefully exprssilir uNr al>p>ree
announcc that it shall i ur ut
the same :d.lity and c'urte-v w
period (f our I usi:rss in 'ilen
HEATH=BRU(
...A Bargai
Thirty Black an
Cutaway Coats
each, Thesie gZoods cost mIU(
izes are broken, but if y'ot
get glent val
Nine Pri
L Coats an<
Same mate-rjil worth from $1(
...aDon't Miss a I
Main Street
c
e Dy~
atero every d
acms. Cure that ci
beco.mei
'the only remedies which a
way. Powerful purgatvc
drug-takere. Ramon's F
syutem independent of
Your druggist wiul ful
B3rowr
and
C
Cet Out of C
Its Getti
Pneumo
. You Knt
t,ots of ne~w lFall Shoes-Sob
-uestion about you gettin)g Cornp
from us. You rake nlo risk--We
perfect siatiefaction. The largest
lect from.
PRIDE Ab
1IEWUT
Drug Co.
Itr 110W line of
AIl es,
l'hy . "t' the liinest oni the miarket.
t that we ark seillinlg at a ist1 int.
al(iuaitr t"r for tinL jg s la t;ie .
w1rs lio d: of al! kitnt-.
T;tibb.ts fromn I cen't llp.
ug Company.
cement
Ippy
A
YEAR&
ALL
ppy :,:1 pr1)1&eroQl s N.- \ e ., at.d
it 'an 1 r y \ iur p'at i u w--\ I1 t
:E=MORROW' CO.
ii in Clothing..
I Blue Clay Worsted
and Vests atS$4.50.
e han tw'ice this 2 .:.ev. The
rI SI/'? I, aijnoi g thieni yV a xill
Ize it you buvj~ or
nce Albert
tI Vests ..:-2|
'.03 to j 1 8.0(0; yiur choiAc<, fir $; noQ.
3argain Like This...T
C'oV2evI' 5. C.
peptics
iy by their own caroloos
no of constipation before it
chronic. TJake
'S LIVER PILLS
INIC PELLETS
wint Nature and do not get in her
a gripe, pain and make confirmed
"rmcdies act gently and leave the _
drugs. For salo by all dealers.
nieb a froe eample or we wi.
Mfg. Co.
w York
Ireenevill,
xfords...
ng too Late for Them..
nla and all those things
Le of themn aro sitro to please. Ne
lete satisfachlon if von buy your shoes
i uarantee every shor) we sell to give
stock ever shown in Greenville to so
[D PASTTON,
LLTh s. 0.
W' are offoring )rg,IinU ill
Gents Uiderweat', I)ress (oodsl,
we do not w.ant to carry over.
entiro linie of panlts and nre ofeim
W1'e "ant all tht, clickeus,
Very lUes)cct.Cul
CRAIi E
ONE-PRICE CA
0TI
)o
You
Wan
Nie
' ) S u it
A OA Good U
A Stylish
We h1Lav(
J J opo(nt
io unew
of thleset
a lot of c
New Gt
and
n11Vite
to come,
Let 1 us Haves
Partis coing n account will pl
Don't pttVu ls ; i ;ongoer.
N rom" horh Cred It Make
o appreciatl your Ii 1oe s h ip
U 91
P.WS . [essrs T .rn LMicn a i
Il~irk whhslt , yi! halt, WOihes I
with th right tuifWat th e r o 0rce
.\ I'tw airsof----o
Fo t espNibexAg
Grea Vausin Mens aond. om
bQe stk depinl tihe parie allnea
No roomfo te her. Itly payo e
buying hyeGood and Shaoe. e
your faodur. 1008
wait on you
Shoes, iIeavy Ovor Shirts,
1'elvot and many other things
A'o aro going to closo out our
ing oxcollenit valuos in that limo.
eggs and butter wo can got.
ly,
BROS.,
SH STORE.
lING.
t
hoe or
liat?
a ju s t
stock
ther
u d8
aill f
nr id
iur Money.
ase pay promptly this Fall
s Long Friends."
3FALL.
FRONT
03..
'ou wealth, thronghcut th pres.
.Alwayns ready for business
A lot of Odds in
Wool Underwear
Discount.
!5 per cent off.
.t 30 Days
en)s Fiine Shoes. T1he knife will
y Goods. Short lengths must go
you to come to PARKS before
P'ark,
EENVILLE, t'. Ce
:er McKinney will be glad to
unsi?
'go Stock of
L SHOT GUNS
i COST.,
'1ows , Traice Chains, Paids, E(c,
[ware Co.,
S. C.
TRADE.
Lg, showing
ARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS, &e.
YAGON CD,
its wanted
'hanks....
t or theit liberal pattoldge
er toi tit a continmuance of
HLarris.

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