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W. W. F. BilIOnT, -
OAI O I ANT S
The rogular s01i-annual oxanm
natioli of alpllicits for Teacher's
cortificatos of qualification to teach
in the froo public schools of Pick
ons County, will bo hold at Pick
ens C. I., on Friday, the 19th of
Applicllts will bo oxanimed on
questiols furnishod by State Board
of ixamiuinors, and may include all
the following branches: Spolling,
Roading, Writing, Arithmotic, Al
gobra, English Grammar, Litera
turo, Geography, History of South
Carolina and of the Unitod Statos,
Drawing, Physiology and Hygione,
Civics, Ethics, Elements of Vocal
Music, Eloments of Agriculture,
Tho examination will bo hold by
numbhors. Only applicants expect
od. By ordor of State Suporin
W. W. F. BRIGHT, c. 4. c.
lit in n a w or to somo inquiries
about tho branchos on which the
exainiiiatio) would Ie htold, and
the probablo dillicult.y in p)asing,
wo would say that this School Com
missioner ind his Boar(l know no
more than overybody olse ought. to,
they are not informed or allowod
to soo the quostions until the ox
aminations is ready to coimmnice.
The trouble sooms to be-thoso
nemw r1aniches-IMiusic, Ethies, Civ
lin Civics tho following quest ions
might do am ai illust ration: Give
two (ends to bw obtaield by t1ech
ing civil government. "All di
ties, imports, and oxcises, shall b,
uniform throughout the Unllited
Statos." Why uniform?
D4wrme.--Draw to reprsvit at
cluster contaiiiing at lelait fifteon
grapes wholly or partially.in view
diamotor of largest. to be half an,
inch. Show stom. Givo the nalnes
of six colors soon in the Solar spec
trune Give nam,,o ,of th( .huo'so -
curod by illixilig ono part orange
and live parts yellow.
E'rnics.-What are the three
courses which we ci tako in ro
spet to thos that d1 w r I nI g
Ought us to 01boy rules and lauws
wvhether we alpprVov t hemn or rnot?
Why'? Should we tako boeth ox
ten uatinig and1( aggravat ig circumi
stances inito thle accounti in judginig
of an act ion? Why?
Ano(wi'ruxi.--Howv many13 dlif
forent 0lomon1tary'Hil subs tes are
there ini the mirth? Name the
most comminon. What is an1 aitomi?
Hanve you over seon one? What is
chemRIical actijonl? H ow does5 the
substance of thet so i pas, into
plants? What elomonlts are' most
generally3 lacking as soil becomes
imp~overisaiblo? lin whiat way) does
cultivation incrense the supply of
moisture? Road your Pedagogical
library so as to be able to ansiwer
anly question in that lino, and if
they fail to as5k. why you teach your
pupIils to seo, to kniow, and1( to (do,
or what~ is moeant by3 "from the
known to the unknown," or, ''from
the near to the remote," y'ou will
have lost nothing.
We will mako no more sugges
tionis, but if you will subscribe to
the School Journal, Teacher's In
stitute, or seime other good educa
tional p~aper, you will find plenty
of examninationi questions to keep
you busy, and furnish you wit~h
plenty of matter for your Friday
In some plaices schools are ready
to begin for the next year. If you
are not among the lucky oneos, it is
time you were trying to be. Thereo
are still some good teachers look ing
for a place. They do not want a
six woeks or two month's job, but
employment for e i g h t or toe n
IHave you read Peterman's Ele
ments of Civil government, if not,
get a copy and study civics these
long winter evenings--yes, got up
a debating society at your school
house--you will find some good
questions for debate in Peterman
and it won't hurt you to stand up
and try to tell what you know so
well while sitting comfortably lis
tening to some one else. Encour
age the boys to road, study, and
take a hand with you, there is
where the greatest good is likely to
come from, they need training in
that line, and do not get enough of
it at school. Avoid partisan poli
K ties and religious creeds and go
He only half dies who leaves an
geof himself in is sons.
When we arrived at the Hamp
Lon school house, the toacher and
rupils had gone to their usual vo
ation. The school was run but
mle 1m1011th on account of using a
part of the public funds for build
ing. John D. Edens taught the
school with a fair enrollinont. The
houso is a good one 20x82. but no
no heating apparatus yet.
Miss Tirzah Hughes taught the
lIagood school with a good enroll
mont. School was closed on ac.
-ount of building, but the patrons
wore well pleased that a supple
mental school will soon opon hero.
The 11houso is a new one and seenis
all right as far as comploted, ox
[3-opt the foundation is hardly suffi
Tie Cold Springs School, color
od, is taught by T. M. Elroo, with
a smallor enrollmnt than last
year. Ito sooms to bo industrious,
and was teaching the olomonts of
vocal music With the aid of the
blackboard alone. The louse is
about ISx20, coiled and in good
Waliing for Work.
TnE DI.NlociA~i Er UTV Com
NirIrI.:EE ADJoURNED UNTI, AFTER
'rH E. INDmPENDEN' CONVENTION.
Th State Democratic Executivo
Committeo met last night at 8:30
o'clock ht the offico of Secretary of
A good deal of routine work was
don1 whichi was not of pubhe in
It was decided to have a cam
pa ign Committe of five to he ap
pointed by the chairman, and with
Chairman Irl)y as chairman, the
following wero appointed : Chair
man Irby of Laurons, 0. R. Low
man of Orangohurg, .1. A. Sligh of
Newborry, C. M. Efird of Loxing
ton, ). E. Keols of Sumnter.
Tie co mmitteo has aircady made
assessmnnts for campaign purpos
esH oil tihe cointy exocutivo coim
il i ttoos.
Tl'o committoo adjourned until
i I o'clock to-dry to await the ac
ion' of the Indopondent conven
The following is the conuitto
and most of thom wore present
A bhvillo-.J. Y. Jones.
A iklo-Wm' l. Jordamn.
Anderson-J. P. Glenn.
Baurnwom'e--S. G. Mfaytiold.
Bonufort-T1. Mart in.
Borkeley-R. H1. Sweeney.
Charleston-P. HI. Gadadon.
Choester-J. TI. Cunn inghmam.
Chosteriel-G. J1. ReodfOarnlo.
Clarondon-Jas. C. Davis.
Colton-Dr. A. E. Williams.
D~arlington-J. N. Parrott.
Fa irfield-T. WV. TIraylor.
Florenc-lR. M. McCowan.
Goorgetownm--R. J. Donaldson.
Greemnvillo--J. W. Gray.
Hlamiptonm-M. B. McSweeney.
Hlorry-J. P. Derhanm.
Kershaw-T. J. Kirkland.
ILurons-J. L. M. Irby.
Lexington-C. M. Efird.
Marion-J. D. Mon tgomnery.
Marlboro-WV. D. Evans.
Newherry-J. A. Sligh.
Oconoo-W. J. Stribling.
Orangeburg-0. IR. Lowmaun.
Pickons-T. C. Robinson.
Spartanburg.-U. L. Ben nott.
Sumtor-D. E. Keels.
Union-A. C. Lyles.
Williamsburg-A. HT. Williams.
York-W. T. Jackson.
A Noted Minstrel.
M. T. Skiff, formerly business
naunager for W. J. Scanlan, the
:rish Comnediani, sufferedl with
houmatismi for years without re
iof until he brought a bottle of
)rumnmond 's Lightning Remledy.
wo) b)ottles mlade a well man of
liml. Tfhere are a thousand rome
lies for rheumnatisml, but none
'lave received the unsolicited tes
tinmonials from prominkent poplle
mis shown by Drummond's Light
mung Remedy. Ask your druggist
for it, or send to the Drumimond
Medicine Co., 48-50 Maiden Lane,
New York. Agents wvanted.
A NEw HOME MAaU(wT FOR Corp.
TON-The building oM the Exten
sive Cotton ill on Little River,
and the growth of the Mill Town
of Newry, which will have a pop.
ulation by the end of the year
opens a heavy cotton market fom
farmers on the next side of this
county. Col. Williams has loca.
ted there, and is favorably known,
having purchased cotton at Sono.
ca-for several years. Hi- adver,
tisement appears m this issue.
The city schools in Columbia
op~ened on Monday last with aboui
8,000 children in attendance,
EUGENE iFi IATES,
[Successor to Bates & Ferguson,]
Carriages, Photons, Surreys,
VEUICLES, of all kinds, HARNESS, Robes. SADDLES.
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Sole Leathcr, ShoC Uppers,
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Goat Wagons,
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturine
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co' Columbia Bicycles.
Largest Buly, Wagon and Harness House im the State.
Greenville, S. C.
GREENVILLE, S. C,
100 BREWST ER BUGGIES !
Cheapest ever Offered.
We Make TIhe IBest WAGONSlin the SOUTH.
11?. 0. Mllarkley, Prop'r.
G. WV. Sirrine. Sunt.
-AT-- tv le
A REDUCED PRICES!FieBck
We are overstocked with Hiar- Sicl ue1'ueLaIn
ness and Collars, and wvill save et(Iiad'urotleLn
you money on either. We also
have in stock SOLE LEATHER, mn&Mr~nzpr ed~ie
UPPER LEATHER, HARNESS
LEATH ER, WHIPS,LAPROBES,TN IS
HORSE COVERS, HARNESS &
TRACES, SHOE F'INDINGS, ofin " '
all kinds.IiiP tIn fa iDeui
A ftll line of MENs AND BOYS
,We will save you some money entsadPse'Pri
ifyou will give us a call before Chrc'ipoed olwtr
you make your p~urchases.
GOWER & GOODLETT, .AAATNE
102, Main-Street, Boh hieaditishebs
Sept 13 180. Geenille s.* Le, Drain, G
2.0 pe 00squae fet.irG,. Brick
GuK~LATIOPAIT cst nly 60 urStricktpo h t Lo e d, ian
cens ergal i bl. o~o $4 0 tase Oi d T u~)SSretimeut Lnge
Willato leas i tinor ronmoof &ose Mlariez iv e ea dy o wied
and willelast fordyears.erUParis.
Senstmp fo saplsBndtuh whTe an inW ti&s thebes
ptu..8 Ore894S.., MarLcAT1NG'8.
ROM EL8O RFIN ,G
a A 41 Usesorroanr. or nron roof
Send L stamp s aple and fulrecimndit
~'tb.8 l84,...4gSAUdSH , DOORS i N. 600orBtLe.GineS
BR8E LME, 1L
Are adding lots of useful BAR
GAINS to their Stock for
Mn. IAQOOD is in. New
York now; we expect him to
do wonders this season, as
Goods are cheaper now than
they were ever known to be.
We are better prepared] than
ever to serve you, and ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
PickensM, S. C. Sept. [ L I '.
200 Cords of good Tan Bark.
To be delivered this Spring and Sum
tuer. The bark must be w eli taken
care of. Will pay cash on delivery
APply to GOWEIR & GOODLETT.
MatLch 22. Greenville, S. 0.
W E have just received our STOCIE
OF GOODS for the preseni
seaseon, which we offer at the lowesi
We keep constantly on hand i
goodl supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGARS, COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TE AS, H ATS,
SH OES, CLOTIlING,
D R YV G 001D ,
II A 1RDW A lIE.
Al1so, FARMERS' TOOLS, and every
Ihig neededI for Fat'iuiiig pur-poses.
A. G. WYATT
Ensley, S. J,
If!You Want Anything
QFCALL ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notions,
IBoots, Shoes, Cro
and a full line
of Farm Sup
I can give you a low figure orn
Flour and Farming Implements.
JOn 0. KAY i8 with mec and will
be pleased to have his friends call ori
J. E. ROBINSON,
Easley. S. C.. Fob. 8. na-..1
SOTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
Route of the Great Vestibuled
OoNDINSED 80HEDULD OF PASSENOBR TRAIN6,
In Effect August lt, 1894.
vo. Lin F'st Mail
Northbound. No. 38 No. 30 No. 12
Daily Daily Daily
Lv Atlanta a time 12.00 N'n 9.00 pm 8.00 am
Atlanta i time 1.00 pm 10.00 pm 9.00 am
N r l --or -...... ..-...... 10.37 pm 9.44 am
"G ''''''' 11.00 pm 10.20 am
,,ainesvillo.. 2.14 um 11.31 pm 10.54 am
Lula ....... ..... 1:3p 1.9a
" Corneli.--.:: ......11.3 pm 11.19 am
Mt. Airy ....'''''''.''.''''1145 am
Toccoa ........ ..........' 12.10 pm
Westminster -......... 12.45 am 1.40 pmn
Seneca ........ .. .... 140 am 1.35 pm
". 2.10 am 2.05 pm
G~ reenville.... 5.8 pin 8.00 am 8.05 pm
Spartanburg.. 0.22 pm 4.01 un 4.11 pm
"Gailnoys. .... ........4.42 am 4.53 pm
Blacksirg .11 pi 5.00 am 6.10 pm
' King'sMount'n .........5.23 am 5.10 pm
Gastonia ...... ..-..... 5.4 am 5.58 pm
Ar. Charlotte. 8.29 pm 0.80 am .40 pm
Ar. Danvillo...... 12.27 am 11.-5 am 12.40 am
Ajr. 10olimo1d -am. 0 -iij4W:jjj -tt
its Wii n iiton..f3Aiiii-- psjin....
"lHaltin'o P.n... 8.20 am 11.35 pm
" Philadelphia .. 10.46 am 3.00 am ..
Now York..... 1.23 pn 6.23 am
Ves.Lim V'st Mail
Southward. No. 87. No 85. No. 11
Daily Daily Daily
Lv Now York P.11.n 4.30 pm 12.15 n't.......
Philadolphia.. 6.55 pm 7.20 am.
ialtimore..--- 9.20 pin 9.42 am .
Washington... 10.43 pm 11.01 am.
Itichmon d2 'H1 O~~~. a m ~m740 i
" Dalivillo ....... ~~54~im ~1 P6-9 E
Charlotto...... 9.35 am 10.50 pm 12.20 n'n
Gastonia --.... ......... 11.20 pm 1.02 pm
" King'sMount'n ................. . 1.25 pi
llacksburg.... 10.48 am 12.0a.m 1.50 pm
" Galinoy ..... ....... .......... 2.05 pm
Sparrtanburg.. 11.37 am 12.57 am 2.50 pm
Greonvillo..... 12.28 pm 1.62 am 4.10 pm
Central....... 1.15 pm 2.40 anm 5.20 pm
Seneca......... .......... 3.01 am 5.45 pm
W estminster.. .......... .......... 6.05 pi
" Toccoa....... .......... 3.49 am 0.45 pm
" Mount Airy... ................... 7.35 pm
Cornelia ....... .......... .......... 7.38 pm
Lula...--.... .......... 4.42 am 8.05 pi,
Galnesvillo.... 3.31 pm 4.b9 am 8.30 pm
Buford..--- . . ......... .......... 9.03 pm
Noreross.... ........ ...... 9.39 pm
Ar Atlanti l time 4.56 pm 6.20 am 10.30 pm
Ar Athianta C tim 3.65 pm 5.20 am 9.30 pm
Pullman Car Service: Nos, 35 and 30. Rich
mond mid Danvillo Fast Mail, Pullman Sleeping
Cars bietween At lanta and New York.
Nos.37 anii38 -Wushington and Southwestern
Vestibuled Limitod, between Now York and
Now Orleans. Through Pullman Sleopers be
tween New York and NeoN Orlcags, via Atlan
ta and Montgomery, and also between Washing
ton nid Aliniphis. via Atlanta and Hiriningmam.
Nos. 11 and 12 Pullman Slooping Car between
Richmond, 1)anville and Greensboro.
For detailed information as to local and
through time tables, rates and Pullman Sleep,
Ing car reservations, onter with local agents,
or address -
W. A. TURK. S. H1. HARDWICK,
Gon't Pass. A4rt. Ass't General Pass Ag't
WAsi.NGUrN, D. C. A'iAN'rA, GA.
J. A. DJDSON, Superintendent, Atlanta, Ga.
W. 1H.GREEN.- J. AN. CULP,
0en'l WI'gr., Tratltc Mh'gr.
WAsix(;roN, D. C. .Waijington D.O.
Al Tremnendous Lot of
CHALLENGE ANYBODY ON PRICES.
Laces, Einbroideries, Tusortiorie hi1ks-and
SIlk Trimminugs, Silk Mitts, .Sik Gloves,
Uml1rellas andi Palmo Fans, lalles' and
Gents Belts, Collars and Cuffs,Gents Hats,
latest styles; Sheets and Shiirting, Mp'gs
Summer Underwear, LaWnis, Cni-tains anid
Quilts, Cuff Holders and1 Scarf Retainess?
Tooth Bruishes and Shaving Brushbs.
Large quantity of S0a Island at 5 cents a
yard-aind many other things too tedious
Kemember that J1. H. Martin'is with me
andi carries a full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, and wvill exchange for countr
Easey ~.c. . M , RAM PEY,
EaseyS. .,May 24, h1894.
To the new Store Room recently Crect-~
ed by CI. E. Robinson, opposite thle
JOURNAL, ofice, I will sell, to matke
room11 for~ a new stock-,- thte Goods I
n1ow hlave on hland,
.lTo save tronbie of mloving.v . If you
wisht any goods I no0w have 0on hand,
call in, and I wvill mlake the prides to
sulit you. Of course, selling at coat:
I can only sell for cash,.so, 0- i
theO time to securie bargains. I have
many utselul articles which it would
be well for you to look at.
W. C. Bramlett.
FurnIshed on1 15 day s test Tr'ial he
hie proper contracot Is signed..'
If yotu wanit an organ of Reputation
Buy the Carpenter Organ.
L~OWE.4T' PRICES FOR CARIh,
Sheet Music (1% cents, till June 30th,
Bargains in ORGANS now. (Jail or wvrito
WV. J. RL. STILES, Teacher Vochi and In
strumnental Music, 3I Main Street, Green
ville, S. 0.
W.'J3. B. STILES,
June 14, 93.
Vfintenate nd teenIambok~t
ldest burean For securing patenta In Aeia
tanen Out byyn6 ruhtbfr
WAA~~f f ana
SOUTHI M #AILMY Co.
ondensed schedule, In Eftreet Ag. Ist, '.4
Trains run by 75th Modfdian Time.
AINe rry o..p
"Columbia ........ ...............140 ar
Ar. Clinton ... (Fx un) -n.S41pi
"Laurens ..,(Sn... AX V M
". . . . .' ' . . . ' - '. . -. . . . . . . 2 p
........... 2.52 9 la
SAbbovill '""'. .
'An'' .* - .'.. 4.55 pm
S. . ...-.. 4.3 p m
Walhalla -.-.....40 p m
lav. Walhalla....................,9.35 am
Seneca ............... 10.00 am
Anderson'.............. ...... 11..5 atk
Bolton .............................. 1 -5 pm
r. Donald's................... 56.1pm
6.A bbievy.io......... ..,........; p15 m
"H oes..''.* . . ......... : 10 5 M
".Nwor .................... 2.30 pM
rospery--.....-............ 2.55 pm
" Charlsor-...-....... ..15 pm
-lq v -....... ... ... ....... . 9 .4 m
lietween Anderson, Ilelton and Greenville.
Da .- - - ------- - Daily.
No- 1.- STATIONS. .A. No. 12.
B:08 p. n Yv.. .,Andurson.......... Ar'12.07 pm
4-05 p. " ........lton.......... 11.45 am
4.2 P. .n . .Williamston........ 11.09 am
.31 p. ........Polzer ............ 11.03 am
- p. Ar....Grconville..........LV 10.15 am
Setween Oolumbia and Asheville.
. INo.ily STATIONS. I Dail Daily,
No. 3. N., 1 No.16.1 No. 14.
a --.:.L Charleston r .,.45pm
. ....--- .00 a:mLV Jack'vifle A10.15ami .....
.....1.45a.m " Savannah " 15.80am.....
1.S0ain 5.10 an xnLv.qjojujnbiUArI 1.20Opm 3.ffpm
2. pi5 .10 a in ..Alston... "112.3Cpm 8.l pm
1.20pin 6.5 a na" ..Santuoe."11.80p 2.O0ym
1.opm 7.10aim".1Union... "11JpM 1.40pm
2.13pm 7.30 p in ..Jonesvilloe " 10:4Ap 2.4pm
2.2pi 7.43 p m ".Pacolet... 10.33p12.21pin
2.50pm 8.10 P m1ArSpat''l)g'YvIO.5pnll.454m
8.05pm 8.15 p m Lv Dart.'b'g lo.pn 11.30am
6.20p)m 1.201 m A r Ash'oVille Lv 7.t 8.40am
Nos. 11 and 12 are solidirains between Chis
ton and Walhalla.:
Trains leave Spartanburg, A. and C. division.
nofthbound. 4.0l.a. m., 4.11 p. in., 6.22 p. m., IVe.
tibuled Limitedl; southbound, 12.57 a. n., 2 Mp.
in. 11.37 a. in., (Vestibuled Limitctl):
bound, W. N. 0. Division, 8.15 p. in. for lonw
sonville and Asheville. - .- ..
Trains leave Greenville, A. and C. bivision,
northbound, 3a.m.,3.05 p.m. and 5,30 p.m.,(Ves
tibuled iinited); southboud 1.52a. in., 4.10 p.
n., 12.28 . in., Vesti.buled Limited).
Trains lave Seneca, A. and C. Division, north
bound, 1.40 a. in. and 1.35 p. n.; southbound, 3.01
d. in. and 5.45 p. n.
Pullman Palace Sloepliig Cars on Trains 35
and 30, 37 and 38, on A. and C. Division.
Trains 15 and 16 carry Pullinan Sleepers be.
tween Savannah and Hot Springs.
W. H1. (REEN, J. M. CULP,
Con'l Mg'r, Traflic IMgr.
Washington D. C.
. RYDEt, Supt., olumbia, S. C.
W A TURIK, -' S. H.IHARDWICIC,
rn' Pass. Agt., Ass't Gon'l Pass. Agt.,
ashington, D. C. Atlanta. Ga.
W. L DoucLAS
FR N H&ENAMEL.EDCALF
* 3.49 PO1LICE, Sol.s
- : BDYs'H001S E&
SKND FOR CATAL0GijE*
BP.. DOCK'TON MA55.
You can Iave mnoney bypurchasing -W. L.
Bedause, we are the lakrgest-sadnufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
-the vaipn bay stam. pl. ,the namie and price ota
the btoiom whaich oltc~s yon ag'ainst high
'. ice andtlhe iId eenan's prts. 0 sr shoe.
'ual eustoni wor ast asv fitng and
wearing qualities. Wec have theni sold p very
where at lower prices for the valus gliven thatn
any other mnake. *Take no substitute. If your
deatrcenhot-supiply you, we can.:.Sold by
W. "IV c~aIl,.R ckeje S. C.
B. FM rgan,Cetra,$. C.
W E haereceivedl OUr TMA L Stock
of'S'HO EN, IIA T S, DRlY
&O: We bought..ytther heavy in~
Hlats and Shoes; and .mpWt sell -thenm.
If you wanU4 Bargains..ini geither call
and let us shmvyuad y'o ill be
astonlished ab term kailow pri..
ces wo areC offering thorn.. ..
We dlon't sell anything inl Stoves
we can't guarantee.
Our~ Stock of
Is alwvays coniplete. If you want
the-besqt Soaps try our Clairdt, none
better for' all purlposes.
It's ralther' early yet to say any
thinig about debts; we hope. we won't
have to say anythIng about themn tia
Beason, Your~s for~ big trade;
. JHN T. LEWIS S0Ka
Sept, 27, 1894 .
Hase received bsi Stot~r of
Best Style h n~d Latest Pat
erne--Come and See Thems
I pa~y t1h0 highlest.prices for
~nd will 5oil you Goods813n exchangq~ at t'ue
Rlememlber that I keep everything in the
Grooeries and .Dry Goods.
Key N, Q9ant* e. Q, I