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ogidar oxanltionl of ap.
)Icants for Teacher's cortiflioates
of qualifiCatioi, for Pickons coun
ty, will be hold P.ickens C. H.,
on Friday an1ds1urday, April 20
and 21st, 1894.
Applicalits will b.oexamied on
spelling, Reading, Writing, Arith,
motic, English Grammar, Geogra
phy, History, Physiology and Hy
gione, and Theory and Practice.
Tho following will, in all proba
bility bo added by tio State Board
for the higher grades:
Algebra, Drawing, Civil Govern
mont, Elomentary Agriculture, El
omentary Ethics, and Elemontory
By a recent Act the lifo of a first
grade certificate will be for five
years insteodioftwo as heretofore.
The examination will be held iii
Only thoso who wish to obtain
certificatosj4i. be expect(.
By order of State Superintend
ent of Education.
W. N. F. BRIGr,
The trustees of Mica No. 33, have
their houso nearly roaly.
The trustees of Gilassy Mountain
No. 32, have completed their school
houso, 24x36. It is nicely coiled
throughout, and well-ligh ted. The
grounds have been cleaned oef so
nicely that all the teachors who
see it will want to teach for thom.
Kings No. 25, have let their
building, and Milo Creek, No. 41,
will soon tollow suit.
Last winter the trustees of Roa
noko No. 21, concluded that their
children ought to h) cared for,
and that there bwas no other Way
for it to be (lone than to build
them a good comfortablo house,
which they did, 20x30, with a good
fire place and a chimney, that does
not smoke, to give additional heat
they use a stove. Tho houso is
tolerably well supplied with black
boards. One of the trustees in
formed us that they expected to
complete the house soon, and put1
in desks and seats. Now the best
part of this tale is, that tihe pa
trons of this dlistrict engaged Mr.
S. W. O'Dell, a graduate of Fur
muan, to teach for ten months, and
he has fifty-one enrolled, and( made
an average attendance of forty.
Mr. O'Dell p~rop~oses making leach
inug a professioni, andi from report s
the patrons say he w~ill be ai suc,
cess, as ho is learnmng the children
how to use booka. Go thou and
Mr. H. WV. Steele, of .Gap Hill
district, will graduate at the North
Georgia Agricultural College in
June, and in all probability will
return to this State and enter the
profession of ye pedagogues.
If tihe County .Board, the teach
ers, the trustees, and the peopla,
keep on as they have beoon doing
for the last six months, Picke
County will lead the State in edu
cational affairs in five years--and
don't you h~opo they will?
The State Teacher's Association
will meet at Spartanburg in July.
There will be some novel features,
a Sunday department--a trip to
Blitmore, are you going?
Teamchiers holding claims for ser
vices are requested not to sell thorm,
there is a reason for it--wait.
TEXT-BOOKS FOR SOUTHERN
I think that the South nmeeds speC
cial books on certain linies. We
have alwvays dopendid to a groat
degree upon Northern airthorities
and Northern Pmblishing houses
for the book that we use in our
schools. Wheun we venture to ox-.
press the opinioni that Southern
pons should preparo the. material
which is to ho rai&aod. I is said
that if we are sincore in ourr (do
sires to porpotuato the union of
States, we will bo satisfied to use0
thme same books in our schrools as
those that are used in the North
We might agroo to such an arrangeo
snent, if wecoldh b)0 allow'oc to
furnish a part of the books. Lot
-our auThors prep~are the blOOks that
we wish to uso, and if they com.
pare favorably with others, if 1.11y
are worthy of adoption, )ot thnn bh
used everywhoere, irrespective of
sectional lines; then we will be
adyoi akote an inter.change tc
discard what is objoctionablo. Is
.it mlanly to fphd oiug 1minds and j-.
lont ly allonil thoe4van bges
cont tin uo oni o sidep?
It is of Y44ti1 noeessity thaI I wo
tlhoild use our own (liitett ,I:to
1- istorie. Tiose wh0 o-1o 1ivo( on tih
othor sido' f tho lin min noo-r toll
d dorstad it, from,
oiur s,,oy Iluivo not t ho
vener 6 ojjorogthroy
oys i irls
ouri thN~~' I ; 1zj
of Owl'Soifth t6 hhvo. We o not
inteoi-1., to teach that the Foderal
ranklp pd the patriot army,
whil'6the boyb in groy woro rebels.
and fought for slavery. I heard it
teacher say not very long ago t hat
it made no difforonce what histio
rieswo sedbecusethe fvoAlngs
of p,-.. in wNer ingrainod in the
VIry I aturo of Southorn clhildienl,
and that they woro taught it s
thoroughly at 1101110 that lhe folt 1o
tpprellelision about tho mattor.
That doctrino might do if wo novor
mingled with 1)01)10 from other
toctions. But so 1on1g as our broat
acros and rich resources attrac
strangers to our sunny clino, there
wvill bo opposing influoncoB which
wo must )e ready to comnat. I
would bo very far from depreciating
tho valuo of the instruction whidh
our children recoivo at tho firosido.
Tho fathers who learned history
upn011 the march and at the camp
firo, who took part in the bloed
and carnago of battle, and the
mothors who waited in long sue
pense and in tears for news from
Iho front, will surely teach tho los.
ions most thoroughly. But the
,eneration who was a1 part of those
Limes is rapidly passing away.
TherO will soon b6 inon of them
lhft to tell the story, 1and1 how will
it be taught, aftor tIhat? Whet
would we know to-dne N. (, nid
mnd his Spartans at Thniply be
w ithout( i L th e record s of b'Ji-. nr
what mlight thie rvecor b d
if Olnly liid (Ollonly llh -
I s t repur I lie hato 1 -,.
la there' nothing o
t, keep akinlfld the :
iw _, iih i 1 t! " dIv.- I.%, b
Cvihe Wlle in' tda
tllrnil led ilheO nation's ej I rJ'Um
Souther t.11.L1!iOnge? I it natual
that1 eitiahyt10*r blood sh..uhll is
iitI~ie to runm i lii 1)he nar.: 'bat,.
be 1 1 wio-awakfe to t ho strPid o pro.-!j)1
Nort hern brothers, but let us move
in) ii h1)pa1.hs8 that suits uts best.
Allothe f~Teattiro0 of (our text-bo( ok
BliIih leo to enlargo the study ofi
Enmglishi andt to develop the tailent
Mpupomat Ie thme 11 mnors antd cuse
tomst~ of our country. 1Th0 home
life and1( the chlaracteristics of other
see tions~ has boon given to the world
by giftod pens, whilo little is known
of our people, excopt by occasional
ghmphlsos, and oven these abound
in dark shtado~w. WVe have been)
painted much blacker than wo (1..
30rvo. Lot us find the remedy in
our schools where the spirit of
Southern life and Southern inst i..
tutions is understood. When we
have put the poncil and the brush
into lovin~g hands, tendor touchos
and bright colors will make the
canvas glow with a picture which
delight the beholder wvherovor it is
displayed, and those who now loek
upon us with distrulst and avor.
sion, will learn to admire our vir
tues which have been distorted and
An arebeLativo and Nxavs 'Teo
Sold byDigtor ent by ini). 25. 60e,
and iOpor a ag. amplen ifree,
Unptain Sweeney, U-S-A., Sam Ty dac, C iI
sAye: "sh'oh,'s Catarrh Riemedy 1i iho
! rrsa tierr F c o J
GOOD LAND FOR SALE.
All that tract of [and lying ini
Piekens County', on head wvators of
Gregory Creek, 'waters of Twelvo
Mile iver, ad joiming lands of
Abereromioi' lhomas Durham, J. R.
Iagood and others, containing 300
acres more or loe. ThisB lnd s
wvelh locatod abouta four ilehs from
Pickens, and( is well timbered, theo
niosi1, of 1t. binig in original forest.
Terms casy, and price very low.
Apply to T. C. Robinso, Pickens
To or nwny rien (oad Customers:
When *ho (loc. in every hom on
Mlonday morning, Marh 12th, 1894,
strikes breakfast. time and the fai-i
lies gather for, thle morning meal,
please add to th-1 sweeteimg of[tlhe
coffeo two extra large hlmps1 of good
wh fo1ror the n1ew litm of Joia &
Garrison and accept our hearty
thanks for your unstmted patronage
smnce our open1in)g.
That is the, word that best conveys
the extent of one1 purchasen of New
Spring aid Summer Goods Oi sale
this 12th day of March.
This is tho word that most fit
tingly describes the nature of this
stock of Now Goods.
This is the word which in fullest
mOnsures tolls just how wo are go
ing tIo 81)11 this ltrgo and solect
stock of fresh inew merchandise.
You will find much ploasuro and
profit inl this divor-sifiod stock.
Mako it a point to soo it.
JUST FOR FUN.
Fruit of the Loom bleaching at
Indigo Bluo Callicoes at*5 cents.
One case Challies at 3 onts.
One caso Giinghams at 5 cents.
JONES & OARRISON,
M arch 5, Greenville, S. C,
PICIts.N C., c ., .hinuary 27, 180O-1
ro 'rmv: rr iiet:
For th bi'lit of I hose t hat are suffer
ing wiLi '4IFCOr 6r Tum11-o1S, I Will giVe
you a staIeml nt of Imy ease. About
three yearsl algo hist .prin~ o n oticed a
ntla rmIed an (' n15ulte rd a IDotor amiu he
id hei treaiti'd it nlwhileuand E.4 pri'IOune
'dII ''i nllut- int bout six mont' s4 it
:ameiI4 back ain,, b'nel o1 tli he t bi dayl of
N'ove her. last I ('nom~ ,'i-d I hi' u1se4 (o
'r1e ('m114 ot, leauvinig aI silliphs lore' tO
imiO. anid it appearulis now to ho soum.'
.1ind we.'ll. TheI .\M .:mri xr is --ulperior to
JTA11Ei- l. CO)X.
Tihe foregoeing ttemenll~t rey ardin~g the
mPe) of J1. E. Cox's tumoer Or ciancer' is
sorrect. .J. Hi. U. McDIEL~n, s. P. o1.
W. C. BRAML.ETT'S
Whiuch will certainly go cheap for the
Cash. It, will be to your interest to
see my Goods and get prices.
A good BUGOY and On-~Honsmc
WAaoN, will be sold at a bargamn.
A lotof BUIRT2 to bo sold at a
sacrifice, from 25 cents to 75 cents.
Of all kinds, always on hand, will
be sold at the smallest p~rofit.
5wr Call early, nnd onll often, and
see if I hiavn't got somecting you
WV. C. Bramilett.
VALUA E LE~ PREM1wrUMiS
-01 mN AWXA Y
A valule( Book for a 1". rmorE and4. Biusl
0QUnmbhln So ventir Spoon1.
The Weekly News & (Tourier,
The Great Southierni Family Newspaper,
Offers to every Yearly Suils0,.rie elthe
of the above Pre'mlums
ABHOLTE'fLY FREE I
'PThe Weekly Newsn and) Coier, 1. yeari
(wiqtg.Jremimm) $ 1 00
'Theo eckly News anid ('ourieir, six
Send for samle copies and1( ('ei~rlr.
Addren.. T iJE W E KLYF NEWIS 4.
COUlI1Rk. Chna.Linan, u. C . a
I have been trying a long time to
se011re a real good Cofleo tianr I canl
sell at 5 pounds 'fur $1'00.- I have,
attlbst, b i ebu'ib-at big lot, sometbing
that I q eyp p a.at price,
ver frlac4I g grainST y a 1l:161r1
* /11~tdoen A.xinvat 50.0ent", a
lo ua thoy lust. Persoons who have
bolth~tisi Ae re gyPe d it highuly,
xnd L.i. too.
Iron So11060u HA"ill going at 50
cents, complete. The very best Pitcl.
Forks at <15 conft, and a good stoe
Sh>vel for 50 1cento. W hein my so
Cond shimt.i of vil f-mH. Pov Stock"
uri\, which will 1e II a lew days
they will go at. 60 c is complete.
Plenty o extia 1,an0les at 15 cents.
Ary size Gojtton Hoes lioi 6 1.2 to
7 1-2 ine!.es t a quarttu.
A good Ala-i's it for 25 ccnts, and
r fine oei for a $1.00. Serap Cdlic
for quilts alt 5c. a 'ard. Good Je1n
At 10 cents.
My stock of Dry Goods and )ress
(Goods is complete and the prices are
Bargains in Shoes and Leather.
Try ily Flour. I will vave you
money and piease you in quality. A
big lot on hand; in fact too much.
My house broke down last week, but
the prices are moving it off fast.
Black Pepper 10c., Soda 6c., Salts
5c., Sulphur 5c., Hood's Sarsaparilla
)0c., best Oil 16c.
1 want 500 bushels Corn and 100
buindles good Podder.
Yours for trade,
Pickens, S. C., Feb. 15th, 1894.
N. B.-I have Cotton Cards, and
jave 'em bad-Whittemore's best at
NEW GOODS JUST
DHRISTMAS GOODS COMING
Dry Goods tobesold cheap
Arhiuckles Coffee at 25 cfa,
j)er 1)Ou l1I1
To01 n sa e miioiiey by
Ja111s E. BrOwn'S,
('elitial, S, C.. Nov. 30 93
All other stoves bayc tak,
en a back seat,
Call au-l .eee our Bargain Counter, [In
COX & SEIGLER,
134 Mala Street,
l3REENVILLE, - - 8. c.
I'. HI. STALL, Manager.
Jan. 25, 94--$t,
-NEW CIR )' -
BI' R'S~ S~i.mD~ Ilere 3r< ( en them
selv t* Io be ii. ii s-u:i..-l u * giuranutie
to smi. Ni'()I, j I I ).
Mwansilon H~ouyie Drug Storeo,
(H1IC.N vI,.I,l':, S. (',
W n *a, u'ggtonAnlg
Ie nuo uk'..~w by anl dealera Ia
. W0111Il OF
26 PFQ GENT' BELWR RRUT COST!
NowI is the time1( to buy Clotht~ing
for .your) Boys., Can g,ve! you,1 it
No, I for $1.50!
Call, get Prices and be conviniced.
J. Ce ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walker Stand.
No. 90 Ntain St., (Greenaville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 189 1.
We can, And will save you from
10 to 25 per cent. on all grades in
lever purchase anything in our line
until you get our prices, and a visit
to our Storo will convince You that.
Heoadqurtors for oldos
In our line. See our i;e n *1.00
Cash paid or l? . . &. . &
Gower & .tt
No. 10 (K
A sl> -
W E hav2 just. received our STOCK
OF GODS f-or the present
season, whuichl we offer at the lowest
We keep constantly on hand a
good supply ofr
BACON, FLOUfs, SU(4118. 00)1'FEES,
Also. FA1IM E1l. TOOL4S, and over'
hinig needed for-I' rting u r p o e:o4.
A. G. WYATT
E-4' y, 8. 1,
JOLE AND TUR~ & C N8.W
And LOWS~1 . PU
of \ai -nid Ane.
Wihen 1 r. c' o'.. an-I
J1. "T. LEWIS B& SON.
H O EiENTLEMEII.
, $4 and $3.50 Dress Shoe.
$3.00 Polie Shoe, 3 Soles,
$2.60, $2 for Workingmen.
$2 and $1.75 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
$a, $2.o $2, $1.75
AU ON If any dal wr
1Bii4os at a Rediced ca
Says thathem, with.
ot llo nanae startse
Son the bottomn, Vu h?1%
down a fraud.
tylish, easy fitting, and give bettet
other make. Try one pair and be con.
name and price on the bottom, which
iars annually to those who wear them.
11 Shoes gain customers, which helps te
They ea afford to sell at a lose profit,
ig all our footwear of the dealer advea%
I. We L, DOUGLAs Brocktens Kease
Pickens S C.
,Central, S. c.
I HARNESS MFG. CON
profit. WO are the
nlufacturers in Amer.
sineen this way-shipg
to an n is
, ILY an agent 10
i our ownl order.
91ri o amage inl-l
to $50. Quarante N
urrey 9, $65 to S1o00 .3, ti
130. To p DuIvelea, .~~(
Pi P tone06
YV GaOneantl Ronil
135 0 to $20 .
No.:: oxti waen
, ., dro,
and FLY NETS* ElkharL Blicie 2In'whbeIe,
th order. Sand 4.. In pnurnatIo tIr a, wekitiea9
I t-Page e=mlc.. Mt4oI ubing, drop forln,.
kTT, Soc'y, ELKHART, IND.
Coubmbia & Oreenville Railroad
Saiuel Spencer, F, IV. fuidkkoper an d
Hebon Foster, iteceivers.
Condlensed Schedule inl Effect Dec., 2-, 93
Trains run by 75 Meridian Tiie.
lBetween11:Char 1le'Sttdn, Sa 'lvarah, (Col un h a
Seneca and Wuialla.
. lit I.V
7.15 1' ( ch lstoll Ar s..iii
11.20 " " C hm i
I'I4?JJ'EAl t 2on.
12.. i1n " Ni ,v .. i x '' .:.1111
12.54pi " 16-!9''' "2.; ;-,
1.:0(pm :,p i svieli .. I 1.-ani
.12,1 ' A in wers Ar ' 12.51
4 5px. "' ]iii tdge.s " 1U.25m~
pal "t.i. Doah' "A 12.10a uu
4.00pm. I-v ."eo ..i .rnnl
6.2.jp.n A i Wauiih'll iv 9.5a
5.l5pmu Ar Greenville Lv 10.15ant
Beat ween Anderaon, ilitoni and (7 ch -iK
08 >mpn Ly Anderson Ar 12 O7pm~
A'm Jr oltonk Lv 11 45amn
i 00 L Iv olton Ar 11 30am)
4 >Om Ar Willsamnston " 11 09amn
4 26pm " Peizer " 11 O3am
4 40pm " Piedmont " 10 48amR
11 20pm At Greenville Lv 10 15am
Be~tweenu Charlestonl, Jacksonv.ille: Sav'an
#afth, Columbia, Ai.,ton and Spartanburg.
,,STA TIONs. No 14,
7 15Liim I;V Chai riestoni Ar.7 I5n
7 00amx' Jacksonvillie " 9 00p
5 10pm " Coilmbie "' I Opm
S 50pmn "''ig "
7 10mn u"11 Upm)k
7 lnmo~\ ITo 1 vill 9 111
10lpm Ar Spni burg Lv 10(4p1
Hlap1I Lv Mpartahnrg A r 9 55pmi
. 20pm Ar A sheille Lv i 5i0am
3letween Newuberry, Clinton ami Lfvtre'
Nou 15n Er Sn
No 1 ~ 8TATIQ~, No 16~
A Om ' Newberry " 12 (
pm a clinton "' 1110pm
pmAt Laurone Lv 10 40am
Betwen hodges and Abbeville.
)ttlly. Dlaily. Daily ,i~
qo 9. No d-. No Jo1.
SAATI ONS. d.N1,
2 -10mn 3 05pm11 r. Ifodges ^ U ifpm 12 25p
I 00pm 3 25pmn " Daraungh 2 85n 2 fp
I l5pm 3 10pm A Abbavi!ob20pn a -
Contnectionis via F,.~. ;P Itiilroadl
No 9, NoII O D i.Naiy
COENTR AL2 TIMI.
~ ism12 00n'n I, C~oluI1) A 501.n 11 05
1~ 4 00pm'I A Havannmah r. il tom 7 20
1:0amI 9 001mID A Jacksornv.io 1.7 00mn1. 2 2
NIl . .hi an 1. -2M -7a m. .2
Inh nx and'ii.e walb al)
' ,thl' , nd, 1 .1S2 'i m , :9 1'. m ., 12.2
4tmi lih:" 'd, 3.01 ; . mV..4 a nd 5.-15 p. mn.
I 'UnI.OaN (:Aln 8Eityre',
l'ii'imi~ai I'1IJace - Ioep~ing Caron 'inn
1.5 nd dd 37 and 38 o ,A. & C. Divis
V I. G R E N. Genueral Man, D.C.
. ~ E. cpE Cet1 Su'peinatendent.
Columbia 8, 0.
HI. 11 AD RWIOK, Ass't |Gen Pac .Agt.
L 114A A8, T'afic Mm agmr.
SC ,AS Shoes are i
at thc pti ies adverticed than any
'vie stamnping of W. L. Douglal
ur1ante their value, saves thousands of &
1ealers who push the sale of W. L. Dou
increase the sales on their full line of go s
and we believe o gn A
141s04 below. catlogaen m po
F. B. MORGAN
ELKHART CARRIAGE an
nave gold to consaum
saving them the dealer',
$11.00 Oldest and 6arm;
Ica sell In -ehlolts and M
witlapr1 ego to oratni
Uad. WO tt bo
oF o y. Warrantr years,
to Wtoorderforyou 5j
ling free. We take a
shilpping. HL AL
Spring Wagons, $31
same as sell for@5to5. 8
No. 37. Surrey Harness. sano as sell for $100 to 0
S37.50, as fino as sold to
to 100. Farm Wag
Milk Wagons Doellvos
3750 Carts CYCL FOIL Acv
are sold al
No.7 4, Top Buggy. Mpurf~el
No. 3, Farm Wag0. Aerrn W B. PR
Richmond dil DOWlle Railroad.
SAui-:r. W i:T"', F. W, IIUIDIcKQPRIg AND
ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE
('<::.l .nse S i1li. Iof Passenger Trains,
I i 1'', :1. *e-vw her .1 189:1.
Ea*:' i .. .'. .. ., N . :.,. No. 12.
l Fiy- Is il Iaiy
- .3 -'...4 i'a . .3. ~ i Ni. o. 12.
j.5 inm 10)..'.an
(U ;s.: 1.10 n .:6.6em
4:.t', I 1.45 a.mU. 3.55pljm
1cing's Mo. 2.07 aIRm. 7.21pm11
G astu1nia, 7.35pmn
1iellemont. 2.27 a.mt. 7.45pm
A r Chtarlotte. I8.29 p.m. 2.50 a.mf. 8.10pmn
Sou'ruunouxn. I No. 37. No. 35. jNo. 11,
Lv. Chailote, 91.35 ai.m4 05 .w 20 '
"(Gastonia, i.0. .l2fpn
* (:w~pells,2:s I
" Sinirtanhur114g .11.37 a4.1m 2~ .11 .~ i
"' (;reenuvlle, 12.2'p.m:15 ,ni .~ ~
" Mt. Airy, 7.or
" I'lton, ?.5m
"' Flowery IBr.40
" luford, I
Norer~sol s, ~
11.2Atlin. m..412.505p mI
., 12,l 00 a. mn. 1.4rip
lii 4','l *14'II'1 1 td .Mbu't i- m. O (.pm13
.1. "~114l1y,1t~ii 2.35oLco m
0(1I I I II 441 '44'~', ~'.1O't . 38p 10 m
4 P4 '4. 11,14 I 12.571414 a. m.2 3.00pm
I's I 1 . . ~** ~*t \'i3011(a. 41 m. 5 .- m
II .4 t :414 N.'6' o7.5pm .
4 n4 '~~I 7,51 4p1m
..,43 . m. 8.194''4 m~
~1 I i I l. 8.1 1 4I111 .
(4.4 .4411 ' ''Il I. .'14L
*rAthn -.r'45 m 6.2 a. m. 15~ i4
levsAtlna,0 pm rie Coreh l
4.5.2m 2rnng leaves oreatte 6.15
14JVmC : t-rives tlntl 8 1 Wa. m. etCr4
Fliug Wit Taii orarn Eberto---os a3
11b. l en l umay 'klav Toco C.