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The People's Journal.
T. t. ROBINSON, Editor.
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uItuS Itild opinioita of correspuondetla, ni
e the Sa4ue are editoriallv endorsed. t
T IflSAY, APiIJL I.1, 1895Z. C
THE FORTY CONVE.NTION.
Th coluums of thle JouIiIrl Wer a
k LOWded lit eek that. oditorial
cumwln1101lt 01.1 the ConlferenlCQ bhl tld
in Columbia ol the 2ith lut, wanzs
post)0nk!d to the it.-M iSbUe. 'T'he I
proceedings~ nere11 pumh~sbed eS
wvoek and i k j-rv i air a IId
iiIit i acco lmi ; . jait r. l ti rpa i
1) "he; m . " elf! Vj)0 t. Of tlie
)etcil s. ilio il ele V I'lilig anl
penu a seneten,-d Nua ort.
*'11 Ii o m polue ;i4
tiictldi: theyL '11' toache~d -
bu t he c ore weai
Ai 'it ' ! e \t'k if iii mUi0 4
L hF01r t-td sur
L!e: 1'Vill i.m lLuagri lut'i.u (1''itt
.to W0 t . 11ds a l n *vtltI ' li 'wn 114 'L
Ill. I. av
.'o ti-r cotllttvnline''s. its i it.
satt!s1d X:tC1: with tie c -ur 2 *f
:iifalrs anrd .tzinid to 1)6 quliet allti t1l)
pear poteIu1 . ''here was i good1
d f iUlllili. E'an1s. Barunwill
and ith other equal (ivido crowd
mn the Sp-'ches iln t he .floor and ,d
they were? quotedI to a large extet.*
ats models of patriotismn and malig
nimi ity,' butt thir inmu a~~~i grre
lImeit , 111 whole or inl parlt, I was n<t
illcorporated ill iith pilatfoirm. It
siomeihow su ite*d for p~urposs of
argumen~it and illustruatioin, but
was not the '-xact t hing ti b Ve adop
ted at this tim and iicll by 21this bod.
Like appropriationt bills, it ight
hafve had too manyt'1 riders won it. r
It was mo0re like anI agreemnt,
wihero all thei parties8 were bound-.a
anld the terms8. explicit anid unl)'- tui
quivocal. The pl atformn of the for- tht
ty is mitre of a general naituire anrd P~
broader in its scope, not altogeth
er definite and exact in~ its terms, so
e!xcept as~ to the division of dele- ye
gates to theo contitutiontal con1ven
tiont. In that respect it isl linl C
enough antd no Iteformner cani dey.
that the Cons'ervatives will be jus-- at
tified in expecting tit least oniej al
half representation in the consti- Ci
tutI ional conlvenitionl..
Thle twto planis of reconicilationl a
are before the people, they can se. p
leet either or nteithier, one is nmo 2
mfore~ bintding on them than the
other. They are merely sugges- ~
tions, and can be0 adopted or reject- I
das the peopleC see fit. While it 2
1s anl object worthy of the people's
mnost earniest consideration, that
the white, people should unite and
forget the bitterness of the past,
yet they should not go into any
scheme without a clear, distinct
and proper understanding of it in
every detail. They have the right
to know what material will be
used in framing the constitution,
and the right to exact pledges of
men to whom they intrust this im
portant work. A mistake mado in
this matter can hardly be retified
in the lifetime of the youngest
Our farmers should have good
hogs this fall, and we have decided
to offer a premium, of five dlollars
in cash for the largest, any age,
hog, by Novoember 1st 1895; and
three dollars for the largest one
year old hog, and two dollars for
the second largest-all persons in
Pickens county who will hereaf
ter become subscribers to THE
JJtnnt, or those who are already
subscribers, and will pay up one
year in advance, are eligible. Go
to feeding your hogs, and try for
this prize. Remember the prize
closes on November 1st.
ORRIS cOT Tm AILMM ODGA.
Pursuant to call of corporators,
,he subscribers to the capital stock
)f the proposed cotton mills com
)any met in the office of Dr. L. G.
3layton in Central on the 2nd in
tant, there were present D. K.
qorris, T. M. Norris, A. B. Wil.
iams, H. C. Shirley, F. L. Garvin,
F. Hendricks, T. L. Watkins,
t. M. Norris, T. C. Martin, J. F.
,ay, T. C. Robinson, W. V. Clay
on, E. B. Richardson, B. P. Kel
y, James Hall, Hovoy Smith, B.
rorek, J. P. Smith, J. M. Hook.
V. L. McGeo, Hugh MeCartor, and
. U. Clayton.
1). K. Norris stated the objoCtof
ho mooting, road the notico of the
a1l1 and the Commliilission of the
orporat-ors. ). K. Norris was
lectud chairman of thu inooting
Id L. (T. Clatytonl, Scoretary.
On iotion it was ordered, that
10 notice of t1 call and t0h001om
iSsionI of tho corl)rattors be re
siveod ast in1forlmtion an11d bo
jre~ad ou the iutes.
'1he 'hairman read the subcrIipi
on lists and there N ero 7tsitiares
Li the saie. which the stockhol
ers p~re.Sunt had ,1r n 0tresented
y proxy . ggregatin.. *t.' no.
6 S j I t 14 I, 0
ade'* arn. u~ to get th infrma
en ai S I o te- loc ti o t I mll .
m wa-t#r iullning o\' r the Shoals
'lTwelvei lile iver, about four
iles fri Central, and about I
-e nils from Liberty, and- I.*
iles north of the railroad~ will
rish U tll pow. The question
location of the mills is not set
d al.d will dtpnd for its answer
ain 11on the report If the enigin
r anid the induc(ments offered by 'l
Road4 Dutly and Poll Taxecs.
ithe compt rolir genera has d
Ferred t he (quest ioni of the li abil- g
,f school truste s to road duty C
d1 poll1 tax to the attorney gn or
who decided "'thait all mles be- r
eeni the ages of 21 andl 50, except (
oso i ncapalec of earninig a sup- a
rt from being maimed, or fromn
y other cause, are subject to poll I
x, and all able-bodied male per
n18 between thle ages of 16 and 50
ars, in all counties of the State,
cop)t Charleston, and in ttha
unity between 18 and 45, oxcept
Ichers and students of schools
d colleges, and ministers whlo
C serving a congregation, are li
>lo to road duty." Tile inquiry
me from Newbherry.
As to the time persons had to b
the State before they were hi
1oe to the polTY tax now being
rosecuted, it is decided all males
1 or over, on or before January 1,
894, are liable for the pol11 tax for
be0 fiscal year 1893-94. Th'lose who
ame into the Stato twelve months
Lext proceding tile 1st Of January,
894, are also lhable to the tax, as
1hey are entitled to become citi,
~ens and are given the protectionl
af the State.
Twelve Male sinagsag AssocihaIon.
Tile Twelve Milo Multual Ilm
provemlent Singing Associationi
met with Prators Creek Raptist
chutrchl on the 31st of March. T1he
presidenlt not being presnlt, W
J. Bowling was called to act in1 hlil
place, an~d p~rosidedl in his most ex.
cellent manner. After prayer by~
the president elect the condullctor,
Prof. J. L, Murphiroe, took chlar~e
and arranged the class an~d sang 2(
mijntos, nlext ws W. F. 'op01)
kinis who sang for 20 minutes fol
lowed by C. Euge Thomas for 2(
inutos. Adjourned I;} hours for
dinner. At the expiration of that
time, all returned to thle house
andl was treated to some fine mu.
sic, by the following loaders, Aach
for fIfteen minutos: Marcus 0.
Looper, Prof. E. M. Bolding, Rt.
F. Smith, Prof J. 0. Garrett. Re
coss for 10 minutes, after which
all returned to the house and Prof.
J. L. Murphree treated thle congre
gation to some excellent music
Found in "The Fountain of Praise."
Mf. 0. Looper next led for twenty
minutes. Prof. E. M. Boldmg
sang the closing lesson using some
>xcollent music. Misses Nannie
M1urphlree, Aurie Bolding, Omega
GeOwis, Mrs. E. M. Bolding and C
Iugene Thomas presided at the
organ. The good ppeople around
Prater's certainly deserve credit
for their kindness, and especially
the good ladies for the sumptuous
feast they had preparod for the oc
casion. I for one shall look for
ward with a bright anticipation to
the time whon we shall got to visit
Prater's again. The singing was
good throughout the day. I will
say to those who were not present i
that they missed a treat. After
Prof. E. M. Bolding sang the clos
img pioco, "What Shall Our An
swer Be," John Gillespie led in
prayer and the association adjourn
ed to meet with Mile Creek church t
on the fifth Sunday and Saturnay
before in June. Thus ended one
of the I est singings we have ever
had tho pleasure Lf attending.
SHERIFFS SALE t
STA'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CoUNTY OF PI4Ul.Ns.
In ('otn on Pleas Cotirt.,
J1anes lioainond, 't al. a
liv \tu1e l an order of ftU'iochs
,ti 7 i Ink Itbe abve stated Cade
oni hle 7ti h(ol' Maichl, 1895, by HonI.
(). W . Ho a a ,I \%ill ( Id 1>1) a
:ti i Ut n wit, t ilk o
Saleday in May, 1895, ni
ti mbt: r
'1 'Vli5 ~ I iu C ItY V I'l .i7ILL
tiw :nt r1 I e ! t ilnt' to
711 1 - NW i :!L i . V Z. CA: 1-1. t h-'il
''3 ~ ~ ~ ~ Cll ill iia ''u' ) h e Oi
wt tinise 1r and' a me'rtga: et~ the
[11 l'uhe.r.i to y -.r al papers cur
nd :,>r r' .' e :aling tU "dmllQ. erl
J. H. C. McDANIEL. a 11
eti iff ctf l'kens County. I
rri tw h1n2. ani
SHERIFF'S SALE. api
S i- E01 Sot Tir C'.wors.i.u,4
County ofi Pickens.
. I. o Moriis & Co
ll? \irtU of an eXeention in the
b)L'e 'stated~c easiie I have levied upon Pc
l~on andi will sell to the highest bid
('r, be'fore the court house (100r at
'iekens, S. C., on
Saleday in May, 1895, li
uiring the legal hours of sale, the ofi
>llowing described propecrty, to wit:
Ine hlousie and lot, (the lot contain
g one-fourth (1-4) of an acre,
iore or less) adljoininig lots of Dr.
1. W. Earle and others and known
a tile lot conveyed by G. WV. Earl, at
o J. F. Wells. Also all that other d
at of land near' the town of Pickens tC
~ontainiing one0 and one-fifth (1 1-5) I1
cres more or less, adjoining lands of
loab Mauldin, WV. WV. Martmi and 01
>thers. Sold as the proporty of J. si
LFrank Wells to satisfy said execn- al
Lion and mortgages held by A. M. si
TERMS: CASH. b
Purchaser to pay for all papers. t
J. H. C. McDANIEL,
Sheriff of Pickens County'
Not itee of Flual Settlemeiit. c
We will appliy 10 .J. i. N en'hery. .Jindgs- C
of Probiat' for Pken's c'onniy, 8. C., for C
estat.e of1 Jacobe 311013tlI('t. Kitecasd on
the 1th day of May. l89,d. asil 1k to
be dismi-ed as inhlit ratoris. j
.1. MON hOE NN.
so PIIoXOUNcED P
By the Physicians
Spitting Blood u
Given Over by the Doctors I
LIFE SAVED BY 0
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL.
"Seven years ago, my wife had a U
severe attack of lung trouble which o
the physIcians pronounced consumption. 0
The cough was extremely distressing,.o
especially at night, and was frequientiy 0
attended with the spitting of blood. 0
The doctors being unable to help her, 0
I induced hier to try Ayer's Cherry Pec- o
torah, and was surprised at the great 0
relief it gave. Before using one whole:g
bottle, she was cured, so that now she Is 0
quite strong and healthy. That this 0
medicine saved my wife's life, I have not o
the least doubt."-EK. Moinns, Mem- o
phis, Tenn. 0
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Received Highest Awards 0
AT THE WORLD'S PAIRg
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens
n the Court of Common Ple
L Hollingsworth, Plaintiff,
L R Hunt, Defendant
By virtue of a decrotal ordc
aade in the above stated cas<
n the Oth of Mach, 1895, b
ho Hon. 0. W. .Buchanan, Pr(
iding Judge, now on tile in th
lork's office, I will sell on
Salo Day ilm may, 1895,
t Piekens Court Htouse3, S. C., t
lie hig hett reponsiblo biddei
h.e. following described lands
1st. All of that tract, lin
nd being in the State and coun
v aforesaid, in Dacusv ille Town
lip, adjoinling lands of John V
'hom1as and others, contaiting
lir th re and one-eighth (3:3
Cres, muore or less, it, bemug the
11e !and puehased by the de.
Iidaml.: frcmi the plaintiff as
iowii by deed recorded in Book
2d. A t1he interest, right
id tih? q! the defendant, A. R.
ut, inl al, 4' th.Lt tract. lying
1d being in the State aforesaid
w vh 1,. Il. Utit 11now Ves,
it1ainii ng 111 htundred and
v r . acres, more or
s 'adj..nm y :aids of John
>bis. Yiza Atn Lathei,
hin W. The tnas. A. Griflin and
TERMS (,' SALE:
For casi sudicient to pay ail
us for taxes upo"n said prom.
,. costs an(l disbursements of
s action. anl the amount due
the t wo notes past due, in
ding interest to day of sale,
wit: the sum of five hundred
I one and-tweinty-one one
idredth ($501.21) dollars, and
remainder on a credit until
21st of December, 1895, se
ed by a bond of the purchas
with two good securities and
1ortgage of the premises sold.
'urchaser to pay for papers
I for recording the same.
J. M. STEWART,
1I hw4 Clerk of Court.
tate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens,
In Common Pleas.
ter 0 Marchbanks.
3y virtue of a decretal order
tde in. the above stated case
Hon 0 W Buchanan, presid
g Judge, on 6th day of Marci
35, now on file in the Clerk'E
[ will sell on
Sale DaI 111l ay, 1895,
Pickens Court House, S. C.
Lring the legal hours for sale
the highest bidder, the fol
wing described land, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel
tract of land lying, and beinj
tuate in the county and Stat,
Eoresaid, in Hurricane Towni
lip, and cottamning seventy
ye (72) acres, more or loss, an<
cing the same land conveyce
y plaintiff t o the defendant 01
1e 15th day of January, 1891.
TERMS OF SALE:
For the costs and expenses c
his action, and for $14(;.92 wit
aiterest thereon from the 1st da
f Decemiber, 1894, to be paid i
ash on dlay of sale, the balanC
ni a credit till the 1st itay
)ccmber, 1895, with interest a
por1 cent por annum, secure
y the .bond of the purchase
,nd a mortgage of the premise
old, with leave to the purchat
r to anticip~ate payment of th
Pnrchaser' to pay for all pt
ers and for recording the samt
.J M STEWART,
p~rllw4 Clerk of Court.
N'OT1ES iOST1-Threeci l-'rt-~ ,en in;
,;ep. llrat. foir $50, <tea .,n 1it dayi of *Jlan
r1' , 1894; secondut for $1 00 (llIe (o \ i
wiher 1st, 89.1; tidrd for, $1'd, (111( o1
t daly of Novenutr, I M.it, lveni to' lo'
Istu~~ of A ngiist, 1893 and inadodt pay1 .hk
1nW. All per'sonn are herebui ,noi llen
*t to tradel for sidt nole's as they~ htay(
nl set tied for. ELI M I)A Y.
E'aslery, S. C. Ai ril 5t h, 1895.-ape 1 wa
CAN I OBTAiN A PATENT? For
aMIJN o, ho nate had neary fit years'
tealan ientlfle boos sent free.
gCeeiaintouenthe CONa~aiR Aeanand
ou sA othe ietorbefore the pubi ith.
weeu I.. eeantilun rt ed bas by ar tihe
ri.5 ea. Sam e o ent fnreeth
:e0i1s,2sonts., r mer oieo eau.
house. wihpans, enabl ng buidersa o n
1MR's" aE Midsee nn et Aa us
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE!
Commencing today we will of
fer 50 Men's BI e and Black
Chiviot Suits at
$3.50 Per Suit..
l You can't afford to miss seeing
these. as such values have never
been shown before by any house
in the country. Don't wait too
long, as they will not last but a
4ireeniville, S. 0.
We now ofler to the public the hugest stock of
Ever Shown in t his City.
After returningt from Ihe Net'hlern 3larket, wheir we hought it cmplete line
ineflidiit M the Novelties of the Seasol, we bouigli aboutit $2,000 worth of
MI LLINE RY that was wreckedi at 'I'hilckty and sol Iere.
We are prepared to sell Ladies and Misses 1lats from 10c. to $25. Children's
Caps frin 5c. to $3.
AlL.are co laily iiviteil to call and see outr imimense stock. We will begin sel
'.ing April 1st. Line of DlR E-S GOODS, 50". on the dollar.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
apr4mui3 45 Cofele Steet, Greenville, S. C.
Notice, County Property.
All persons having in their P e s
possession any tools belonging
to Pickens County, are hereby
requested and urged to turn them AnnunlCE
over to the Township Cormmis
sioner without further delay.
MATTHEW HENDRiCKS, M'ALISTER
apr4t2. County Supervisor.& BE T I
MRS. JoE PERSON'S REMEDY
Are you aSuffer'er f:oim iiflamtmatoi' ry os apt n
A SH EVILL1%, N. C., A ig, 14 Wido94.ds
Tw'P~elve years' ago, I waIs ai seveie suill'er- ~~ rosiiiit ttl 'i~iirI
-er frostnitullamatory Rhientttismi, ati'
for flye years I was oamost coimpletely h ' ~ iy&(~ sii
dIisabled, oftanl being conflied to imy hl tc WeoutIhm
'for mthiiils ata time. My whiole sy'stemi :ti)''i''~'
was pet tneate~d with thle <lisease, an'iet.
B ing diffeirent pait of myli body. Me. ienlSloscha
- t reaitinenit failedl to do0 me anyti gooil. ai h i gI'lmts:~c'tI.cswii
.I tr'iedl differenit proprietiary imediclines cl
without any benelilt I wats a(lvi-e~l wiile )VltWn''oe?
in Duirh.21m to try M rs. Joue Personi's Rlemt- I~ g'. oe i~d bs l)2
edy. I got i doz., bottles, andtt whent I iih' le 5cns
:a was on t le third bot tle I <1e'gani to im- Iti~.(~i~.i ~k)16ice og
prove, and hv the tine I hiad' takent the iii' ihI tn
six botthes. I was etirely Cmei d, ti dlvet lt .'Moii' .0bg 0wd,1
neeri had any3 r'etitrn of the dicease sinece iD
I believe It to be ai specilic for inlto-~i0 10it~k''wIwl olI f et
f ryv lheinatismi. L. IiOW N. fr2 et~
flTose who ntever readI lie advyertise- i'' itm o 7
y1 ments in their nedwspaipers miiss miore' thiant M A
they pre'dsttime. Jonaitinii Kienison, ofTR oju
Itolani, Worth C1o., Iowa, who latd llben
otobled with rheinatism in is back~0 ni 5~ ltS 'l et 'iI,5
If arms and shoi~uers rea~ti an itemis in his (N' .oerh aIiit ii
it -aper' abont how at prontmient Gerinman
d cit'zeni of Ft., hadl been Cured1. 1Ice pro- 'S.HhIrikldIris
1, etel te samte miedlicinie, anid to uste hisi Ni-iI
own wordls: "'It cured me righit tip."
s 1 ii lso says; "A neighbor andt is wife
- we e both sick ini bed( withI rheunmatisim.
e 'P'helir boy was over' to my house antd sahld
thev were so badllie hadl t~o do the cooking,'
I toldl hmimi of Olnanmberlinm's P'aini htalm
- ant-l how it. e'uretl themm tiy in a week. 50
ent, bottles for sale by
a'r. G. W. Iarle. P'ickenus; C. N.
Wi att, Easle'y; huall, Stoan,, & Co., Fort,
lilli; Hunter & htoggs, Liber'ty', L. 11.
I~ tili.Iiisti-elii itor iiaihlf la FO goTI in antI n Omingfro
iii s iiifJ*I~tlNthei.E luJa.f[.aym-& Co.iAssig__e__
I, tie heaS'irolingaPrintsi'3i-ceioslieiscshereoi
f'' olds erop am~t Iwhitcopii igeo i ou wRaT we!,? '
tut, t ctis tii'5~ tiiiicil ijliki ti L ~i1-Giis , w L o w (bs Iuk,2
~af fo ehilrei tolak' 5 aid I) en Omeheus l, ChapeGuns
at .i'itsei;I oll Soai. (:.,l~o'hmu; ''eih (est.i Ingk -1i~ncs, ln,
t~itiit. _______iale P omio, -10stong P19wde,2
1)im. hmoa b'tu1~. I tuanyli.t~iie 3 L nnad, 1in See, Groenvil,
It limulyas oonaslielus sy(NsoxtUIDIoNGlon MATERIA
l~r.0. V. ~at1c, 'lcone ~. P n. andt Sumriek Pat try (
REnron, Central. ai, W.'1.-- FLL
Remort'beer hae, iythe can ht t
Illomd It nd inrm" r than half P the~
, iOUR-m - Oin frld yHim, foro l,. ei ,, I .
ACT FOR YOURSELVES
-Come and slit our Ohi lrigs
Iftlo goods and prices suit you buy
them; if they do upt suit let then alone,
but so our goo.
W ofner you good Spring oinghams at
5 cents. Somo of the best brands of
Ginghamnt at 7 and 8 cents. Outing
Cloths at all prices. Beautiful poreales
for waWits at 10 cents. All the colors iI
Ducks at 10 cents.
* Cordele, tho newest and prettlest Wash
0oodo of the season.
Dress Goods-The greatest bargains
ever ofered can be had frcmn us In those
Specils--See our special offerings In
Silks. Silks for dresses, for waists, for
trimmings, and if needing anythiling it,
silks you will buy.
Children's Hose--All 25 cent goods to
go at 20 cents.
A good'Seamless, Fast Black Hose at
Shoes- Men's, W1n10n's and Childrens,
Ladles and Childrens Oxfords just open.
ed and at lowest prices.
Rennants-These goods are always ae
culkimating; they muist go at a price.
A. K. PARK,
DRY GOODS AND SHOES I
15 Pendleton St., Greenville, S. C.
JobberS of Ciars ad Tobacco,
GREENVILLE, s. C.
Now is the time for sowing
field seeds. When you want to
Crimson Clovp - 1
Pompeii Onwii oeeds,
Or any other Seeds, go to
And when you want to buy
Coffee, (Seed-tick, Rio,)
Or anything in the G
go to FERGUSON
107 Main-st., -
I will sell my entire stock of goods
except Groceries, a
cost, on and after t
Consisting of Dry,
Shioes, Hats, Cloth
Crockery amnd G lass
eCL. The1y mulst bei
want to move oinythm
into my new~ hiouse that I expect to
have ready between 1st and 15th of
Come and get tihe bargains while
they can be had and don't forget to
pay me whait you owe me, as it is
no0w dueI and past due anid I need it,
andm~ remember I can't sell goods at
cost on a credit arnd don't ask for
them that wvay, for you will be re
J. H. BROWN.
Dec. 13-1804- Liberty, S. C.
Pianos from $225 to $1,000; Or.
ganis from $25 to $500, Sewing Ma
ehines, N1aW, from $17.50 to *60. We
also sell Oil and Needles for all
make~s of Sewing Macnines.
Repairing and Tuning on short
CJall and see uis or write
ALEXANDER BROS.& CO.
107 Washington Street,
*GGREENVILLE, S. C.
You will Find!i
Thme best lot of Chewing and Spittmng
TJobaccos to be had at 5ec 10o and 20e
Special Prices on lioxes!
I lomne-made Shoes,
Ilome-miad~e Shuck Collars,
I omue-nmade llamas,
H OM E-MADE YAR NS!
Iheavy Cheicks and Shirtings,
New~ Dry Goods and NotIons.
Farming Tools ini Great Variety.
We Buy the BEST and sell lhm:
CIlE APEST I