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The People's Journa
T. U. ROBINSON, Editor.
PUBLSNND BygRY TEUYRDAY.
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ier tier and abide by such rates.
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he editor will not he responsible for t.
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Ti IiiSDA Y, MAY 9, 1895.
The riekens DispenisaI.
Editor Sontinol: Will you al
low m spaice to cr'hiticisu ali edi
torial under the above head ill the
The JonsA Ays t peopl0 in -
vited it, and if ihey nI11an1 what
tleir otos show, they -Should Slip
port it, inl prefer-eneo to o)lin-r' defil
ers in liquor. Does its l11anglage
not give encouragemont. I does it.
not favor the dispensa Iry? TIhe
JoUIaxAL says tho que1stionl Of pro'(
libitioll is not llow under conl'sid
Onrtion. Wo know it is not, be
Cas1180 tho plollibitiolists hav', by
a Legislati re and Governor, beenI
roleed of their rights as fIre citi
zenis. The dispelsilyN has 111ee
forced upon them notwithstanding
they voted 10,000 majority for
prohibition. They are asked to
take the dispensary in plauco of pro
The Jora. says: "Will tho
)eopi)j) support it, after voting it
oil the county?" I do not know
that that, is any special reason why
they should. I I you could seo a
list of tlos who voted for it and
11 list of tlose who voted against
it, you m0ight, got considorablo in
formn t i I i.
The J'UNAL ays the question
oIf whether' th will patronize th
disenaryorsom11 otheir liquor,
dealing is preselntd. I clam that
blockaIde whiskey is ans lawful as
dispensimary wihiskov. Both are un
l1awfuil. 'le (Ispelsar'y law (se3
called) is on the statuto book
The law is against the dispensary
acecordinig to the votes of the pro.
hhiinilsts. The dispensa~lry lav
(so called) or bill palssod the log
islature by a majority. So did pro
hibiit ion first by3 the people.
The JovUNAL says the reformer
should see that the disponsar
sllhuld ho given a fair trial on i
mierits. It merits the same as anl
The .JounNAL speaks of the pro
its going into the school fund.
wonder if a true full blooded ph'
thropist, that would be willing
school his children with blo<
mloney. Take the money thm
should feed the poor and nee0
and school their children? Oc
forbid that I shoukA ever do su
ai thing? Just so Aoon as I kn<
dispensary money was being 1)
to1 a teacI(hetr I would take my ch
dren'1 f'rom his school.
The JOURNAL must excuse a
bear with me. I expect to hu
whack the dispensary so1 long a
and it live; if all prohibitioni
should do the samne, I think
would leave for parts unkniowin.
never was inl ai dlispensary1 that .s
liqnor. It is a saloon pr1(ote
by lawv so called.
It is rather strange afteri
many courtesies extendledi
Rev. B. Holder by the JOUJns
that he should select the colun:
of the Sentinel, in which to ci
icise his'old f riend, an d it is v(
surprising to lovers of fair ph.
that ho should choose to gi
only garbled accounts of 1
editorial under censure to ret
ers of another pap~er. It, wol
have made no difference to I
JOURNAL rcadlers, who had I
opportunity of reading the ed
orial, but to others it mnight
The JOURNAL will not attem
to follow Mr. Holder and answ~
everyone of his complaints,
he appears to have consult<
his feelings more than his re,
son. That the dispensary Ia
is not to be recognized and r<
spected as law, is a remnarkab1
POSition for alaw abiding cit
men to take and needs no argi
guments to show its absurdit
The charge, that the prohilI
tionists were robbed of thw
rights as free citizens by ti
legislature and governor, ci
not be supported by the fat
and ds d ti
proved.' If prohibition.has b4
an issue in aniy 8tate campa'
and any menber of the legis
ture pledged to it, the JOU14N
fails to recall the fact. So f
as Pickons county is concerne
tho prohibitionists have had i
opportunity to prevent the <
tablishment of the dispensa
system and failed to conve
the voters to their way of thin]
ing. They should certainly su
mit to the law of the land, unt
they are able to repeal it or coi
vince the courts that it is i
Mr. Holder claims that bloc]
ado whiskey is as lawful as di
pensary whiskey, the JouRN,,
is not surprised at the statemen
wheii it remembers how litt
effort the prohibitionists mac
to stop that business, during tl
period of time that the supren
court declared, that no whislec
could be sold in the State. Tlu
was an era of prohibition al
the dispensaries closed in obed
ence to the law, but did the pr
hibitionists assort "their righ
as free citizens?'' It would ha'
been more commendable to ha,
given the blind-tigers open b
tle then than to be "bushwhac:
ing" the dispensary now.
A Decision Tomnorrow.
A Columbia, S. C., special
the Daily News of Ma. 6th, say
This morning the dispensary cat
were hoard. Dr. Pope called t
attention of the court to the fh
that the tomporary injunction
Judge Goff restraining the Sti
board of control and the emph
OeUs of the State dispensary fr<
intorferring with liquor while
transit or in the hands of origil
consigneos had been disrogard
After reading the papor, Ju
GoIf issued an order against
M ixon, Stato commissioner, A.
Davis and S. T. Lafferty, St
constalos, to Show causo tom
row niorning at 10 o'clock v
they should not be attached i
punished for contempt, of court
Judge Simonuton was on
bench with Judgo Golf. The
pensary cases camo up this mc
ing. PrOeoediing wore openod
tho roading of tho rulo and the
turn thereto. N r. liarker r
the return and Judge Towns
opened for the Stateo. H-Iis ai
Snwent was against the jurisdici
of the court iln the caso. lHe
-voted considerable attention tc
meaning of theL word ''arrival"
5showed that in both eases be
Ythe court the liquor had not
a seized until after delivory to
Y consignoes and so no0 matter
construction wvas placed ulpon
f- word "arriva' the conmphin
I ill those two cases had no stan
t- in court. Ini the afternoon
to Pope and Caldwocll spoke. 'I
)d waIs considerable p~olit ies ini
at remarks with whieb iop'
Iy menced his spe'ch. Thiey a t to
:d, the constittionality of1 theisCI
oh sar~y lawi geinerally, lbut paul
w cial attention to its ailleged
ii- law.. .1. P. KI. Hlia will s
in thle morin g aga insiLt lhe
id and AtItorniey ( Genieral Iarber
hl- close for tih' State.
.s '.11'ha re.gistraion141 decLisioni w
dts rendeltred We'dnes day mornaing
it * - -
Thet cottonl (rop) of last
nutmrket(ed and in sight , has rea
in round nmumbers to 9,5(11
has nothinig toi do with tho i
bi ut, supp)ose thait onily se'ven
he lion hailos5 had1( been mlado doos
,11 one)retend1 to 1believe' thait et
ns would ha~ve goie d (own to 4A
SWith aniothii'er cop)t '(ielu
rylast year aluid t he. price will
. . -irm.1 01 (' -111 l4
Recon I ly Sn.oe n o
hegersol were iln St . l ouis at1.
idsamed timen. Sam i ebll en~ged(
le to aiJ~ jo it (4)1 d b t(. 'l'he~ lait te
ptJlaces. TJwenjty tousan pti <"
bewnt tl to heari the (erangev
pt whiile thie inide1(1 spok(e to niot.<
live hundrod PAI. is thiis n ot sigi
canlt? Good for thi plell of
- We fully agree with the Augi
w Chronicle that the public so
- ment of the country should I
e cule the idea of a party am
- cading behind an indefinite i
- form like "h~onest money."
,. moans nothing specific. '.J
-. shiould be forced to declare ti
r selves the "gold standard" pi
e or the "anti-silver coinage". pi
n Come out in the open and
)on local ~sanhedrim has
a ,very busy day f it-about
gn four hours' session behind clo
la- doors. They disposod of the po
AL offending sinnors in groat sha:
ar making six or oight of thom squiry
d like a poor worm on a hot briol
' teaching thoin tho groat lossoi
that the way of the transgressor i
- still hard.
ly Thero wore 2 blind tigers sei
rt prowliing around the suburbs o
c town yostorday morning and i
the afternoon our Town Bill,
Slinger got on scent of the sai.
il tigers and found them in their o1i
1- jungle just west of town and cap
tured one and 2 kogs of liquo
which was duly landod in towi
and the inquest hold (over th
liquor) we moan. The "Sanhc
S- drim" headod the Tiger up for $1
,L or twenty days on the stroots c
tho town. The town coffors wor
le recruited considerably, tho oxac
amount is not known to ye scribe
e with a lot of liquor for the stat
Le to I)oot. C.
HORSES FASCINATED BY FIRE
h Co Animals Sclazd wlth :i Strange Mad
nes01 When lin-Porli.
( The panic that is inspired In th
ImInds ofoesby a phenomenon s
strangeas fire can be understood onl
0- by those who have w itnessed a fire in
bs large stable where numbers of horse
are kept, says the St. Louis Globe-Den
ocrat. The scene that ensues is one c
7c the most frightful that can be colceive(
The horses are rescued from the burr
tng building with the itmiiost dillicult
and only with the most serious perii t
the lives and limbs of the rescuer
The animals go mad with fright, rea
kick and dash from sido to side so wih
ly as to make an attempt at rescue i
to perilous as an adventure on a hosti
. battery. Whein reseued they will oftc
break away from those who hold the
os and charge back at full speed into t
he burning building, thtero to perish In ti
c flames They resist every attempt,
take them out. They have been knou
of to tear their rcscuers with their f
Lte to throw them to the ground and tt.
pie on them, to kick out their brain
y" As tho fury of the flames increases i
)nI does the panic of the unfortunate at
mals. They scream out In their agot
as the fire ipacelics their bodies, yet wi
al they not for all that seek safety in til
d open air. They are crazed with feti
and yet remain to be burndd to dea
wh te l a tcn seconds' run would car
F. them to liiorty. Dut they never mal
r th rin, nl, as a rule, are burn
alive In their stalls, wvlere alone 0h
Lato seem to funcy they can find securit
or- There is but one wity to get. them o
and that is to blinid them with soi
hy convenient cover, such as a coat or
t'ld blanket, and thus, unable to see t
tilgers about them, trembling
e every limb, apparently ready to fall
the. thle cart with foar, they may be I
S out. lnt tho cover imist not, b t
(uickly removed from their eyes;
rn- fact, it ishould not be taken off ui
by the anImals aro out of si+' of t
burning building, otherwise icy u
break away from the persons leadl
Gaid them and, in spite of the stoutest
and forts at restraint, will dash back to p
ish in the flames.
ion TOURNAMENT AT BOMDAY
doe- Engtli s nluintn Itogtiinet Join
llitar'y ati Ailitotic siports.
A great deal of interest was nmv
adfested Iin loambay, recently, in the n
fore and milit ary toutrnamtent. lancouraj
motby the suteses which attended1 a simi
progrinmfe previottsly given, (I
v'hat add1 l~ tuny new'~ fealtures, withI the res
that crowds assembiled~ on each day
hewit ness thie variouis tont ests. Tick
antiis wverei resdhl nt a pritnum, and s
intrees uover'hloingi thle oval wv
" t lrone'iiitgc hiIIi~ .ihtsee(rs. Thie seet
-t l ~'eening, says ai foriigni e'xichanlge,i
e touirntitanent was attentitld by th' g
erniomrgeneal , I.iord 11 tarris, whoi, as
I be famuts ait hief C, i'ujoyed I hie calpi
hu ary, attIireid ini ihe roya rti till i ery u.
fo rm and, esicortd byi Ii, r(oop~s, ro de up
Ia' hi- is excellency mul priestled imi wI
sp i .aprogrammiite. immiedliat ly a fterwni
a hiugle sountded, andit the miilita
S tait Iii to tticmiced. All the tines we
' ee Scotehi, thie piers if thle Toyal ~e<
hiuidred imn next tuiurchied in lih
litw, caret ryinig iiolore'd iat, tierui. while t wet
w j) iliiiiitary handit s co nch idedi thle ii
with a slentdid rendeIritng (of thie "'
liiuntdied th." D rivinug lby thle royal in
Il b)e lery, antd exhbit iion of sill withIi n d
clubs by'I I twt nIIve regimenits, te
piegginig, t riek-riding, and gun drill
meni of thte roys1alt nvy were w amly
i'(Zr , preeiit ed by the muitltitutde. The I
i'hed isee( voiuteteris fromii 'otia were ia
,00cilly popular. ________
pply A CRUEL PRAYER.
I CC0, tlohammiuodatns i'Iead for thie D~entuct
a[[.- of UnbIellov'ers.
The following is an exact Iranasit
fiPan front the Arabic of (te oillii pra;
itton of Islam, wichl is uisedi thrioniight
Turkeyiti andl iiiiiilyi rae i nikit (i
"I1 seek irefugye w~ ith Allhahi from Sa tt
-lie aieiinisedi. Ini thme namei of Allh tlI
('omipuia iitate, te 31ericifuil! 0, Lo:
>111- of till (mreailtirs! Oh, .\llah! lDestr<
the the iniliel tatd polyt heists, thtine en
mu i's. the ientieis of the rielighin!
I o~b Altlbl 11a1im theiir childreni orphaflr
re anmd deile hi'Iheir maodes, anmd (cause thui
l'eeit to silip, timd give themn, andi th<
aliteIis, aind t heir htousehohlds, al
IPl i lieir woimien, atnd their children, al
thleir relat ives by marriage, and thu
btrotheirs, aind their friends, and th<
ispossessions, and theIr race, and thi
'or wvealtli, and their lands, na booty tot
* M'osle ms, 0, Lord of all Creaturesi"'
lif- n all the other rlgosof even I
S t.. semi-civilized nations of the globe thu
can be no prayer found to parallel t
cruel appeal of Islam to the spirit
isainhumanity. Rlulgaria, Damaseus, L
aanon and Aimonia may or may not
iiti- mere hotbeds of anti-Turkish intrig
jdi. with such a national prayer Turi
stands self-condemnewd in the oycs
aus- thes world._________
i-Ini the Street.
R Mr. Nowralga-llowv's the wind
hey Old Blonder-Wind is easy; but in
toem- ey's tight.-Utrooklyn Life.
1ry A ly of T(,uitble.
It. "Well, Jane, have you found the r<
for may hair yet?"
gt "Yes, tnadame, butt now I cana
nnad the hair."-Lifo.
The aist annual ropbR h
Ban of Franoo shows th iA e
possiblo to koop a stook of 4i1ver
r an'd gold availablo at the same
o time, and also that a silvor reserve
may bo 'utilized to provont tlhe
stock of gold from being dimin.
The Philadolphia Times has lost
$45,000 in a libol suit. That sort
of advertising is quito exponsive.
Wo tho undersignod merchants
of Liberty, S.. C., heroby agroo to
. close our stoyes at 6: 30 o'clock, p.
i., prompty, (xce)t Saturdays
and public days; this to go into
effect 13th of May, 1895 anti to ro
. main inl offect uitil Sept. 1st, 1895
) -"cexceptions in Ca1ses of sickness
f or death":
D J. HI. Brown,
.J. D). Smith,
Hunter, Boggs & Co.
Shirloy & Parkinls,
Chapman & Callaliami.
As the strength of a building
deponds tpon the soliditf of its
founda tion. so health deponds up
c ei the conIdil ion of tho blood. To
expel impi-tios and cause tho vi
tal fluid to hocomo vigorous and
life-giving, Ayer's Sarsaparilli is
the most p<>werful and oll'oetive
medicino ill u.
Investigation blatzos the vay for
y humian progress. Rulo 15, wvhich
provonted the admission of patent
medicinos at the World's Faii
i- caused an investigation of all the
is blood-purifiers presented for exhi
0 bition purposes. The roport of
" this examination by scintific
men, proved that Ayor's Sarsapa
rilla was the only remody of the
kind ontitled to the confidenco of
In tho comiilittoo, an( worthy of their
s. Remember that you can get the
0I'1"omo and Farm" andi Ti PiomCE's
y JOURxAL 0oo year foi $1.25.
COULD HARDLY WALK
.-y 0OX*CCOftiT Or
r- P. H, FORD
Quachita City, La.,
to ~TWO YEARS
ti IS CURED
TIIE USE OF
"For fully two years, I sufferedl from i
rheutism 51, andiu was freqluently in such 01
,a cond~itionl that 1 could hardly walk. o~
I spent, some) timo in Hot springs, Ark. OR
n~ and the trieatmlent. huel ped me for the au
.time being; btut soon the complaint re- 01
ni- turned anduc I was as badly afliicted as 01
vail ever. A yer's sairsap~arilla being recom. 0
Ced mended, I resolved to try it, and, after
lar using six hottles. I was' compl.etely
n. cured."-P. H. Foun, Qucitai City, La. oR
ets. Admitted o
eAT THE WORLD'S FAIRj
"id ?.9 9.9.9222R.92.29.
tii Reg'istrattion A otice.
to By authority of an act of the
th logislaur aproedJnuary
ry~ 5th 1895. 1 will be at Peters
ro.(Creek on Satulrdayl, the 25 in
Sstanht, to exch ange thle registrn
e, tionl of stuh e.lectorUs as mnays apl
tply to me for that purpose from
ud other precuiet's to Peters' Creek
tu-' andi to receive applications for
.regisitra-t ion, ats may be requiredl
by3 by lawv.
'ar. J. D. CER ETON,
May~ F, 1895, 2t.
hto -01 -
"FOR THE PHOLKS.
3), Harrows andi~ Ileel sweeps are nowi
.in) orde~r. We7( thunk we hmave the
Ir beste--You try thema.
,ir ilantdled( I lots,
hr Doule F~oots,
~ir Gra ssIlaes
he ie-out Chainis,
Mal Well Chins,
of WVell Buckets,
be Paiunted Baeket,
"'I'ina li ekets,4
Vc \allev' Tiin,
m- at andl M~ouse Tlraps -ace
alive or' break their backs.
>se ' Anything ! Everythuing !
CoW ''1( 571CA .T
Call on y. M. Rampey or dress
goods and trimmings, Laces and
Embroidery- ,ho latest styles.
Good corsot, 25c. Men's good
elastic shoo for *>1.00; Ladies'
dongola shoo, $1,00; 251b brown
Sugar, $1.00; 61b coffeo, $1.00.
Gents' furnishing goods.
J. M. RAMPEY,
Easloy, S. C.
Don't Tobaoco Spit or Smoko Your Life
Tho trjthful, Ntartling titlo of a book
,b'.ut No-to-bao. tho only karimles48, gtuaran
,oed tobico-h1,abit (otar. If von want, to
lit "Iud cln't, 114o "No-to-ie.'" BrIce n1)
|I('otinlizd lnerves, ollililatewS-ico t.ilo 0,
toin, II(es vek niwn gain strengthi
wveight. and vigor. l'ositive euro or monoy
refuilit'l. Book at. druggist, or matiled free.
Addross 'the terling Itemedy C Chicao
5fiee, 45 Itad(1p11111 St..; New York, o
Spruce St. 1'or aic at. this otlice.
Will Be A Specialty.
70 inch Satin Iiiiish bleached Dai
ask at. *1.
66 inch lleached i)aiask ;5 cents
5) inch (ermanl Linen .1Damask 20
Tu'rkey Ited. DIamnask-20) cents.
Oier lar1ga1ins il Table C (loths,
Doylies anld Napkins at prices to
Compar1l*e With above p)riees.
Our 'Tomels and T wiMl
have to be seen to appreciate the ex
treiely low price'
Ladies needng these goods will (10
themseleves an injustice to buy be
fore seeing these goods.
A big lot of 10 and 12 1-2 cent
(4inghais will be sold at 7 cents.
Some of the prettiest Spring Styles
im this lot..
Don't forget that you that you nn
buy Men's Ladies' and C'hildren's
Shoes for less money from mie than
any other place.
A. K. PARK,
DRY GOODS AND SHOES!
15 Penidletonl St.,$revlS ( .
JoNoS Of Ciars aid Tohfacco,
]-m.,: : v Iu.', s. c.
Now is the tiIe for so)wilg
field seeds. When you want to
Cr(m Clover Seed
entuckly Blue Grass 1eeds.
(Orchiard IGUrass Seds,
Silver~ Unil (Unoi Seedt.
PIompel)ii t.njion Seeds,
Orl any oher Seeds, go t o
.And wvheni you wvant to buy
. I('0e, ( SeedI-tiek, R: io, )
Ori antyti hing in the Grocer iy linie,
go to 1' EiG I 'ON PIHU ).,
Does You Boy
Aye righet,4wc nd(10 okr
i g tesrttPro. It I.then tnot th.(a
erlyd is uce tibCe the Idat iti n I
. Yo brinhest, ldadio himaaula
*GcpIW. Whatd a oy$ tg
tlb wh en , a pptsr eo.IIi
do *t booke KU g
luer , d y qras "u
~ tm~naitt * 41*ntyo~ *
in ed aitoite ba
t~t~w'4 won eae
Orer afton T HU COA u ry p Ice
HIERE S, CHANCEI
Commencing today we wil of.
er 50 Men's Blue and Black
Dhiviot Suits at
$3.50 Per Suit.
Ieu can't afford to miss seeing
hese, as such values have never
teen shown before by any house
n the country, Don't wait too
ong, as they Will not last but a
GAreenville, S. C.
We now on'er to the pulilic the largest Stock of
Ever shoiwn inl this City.
After retuiir1ing- from tile Neriltern Markets where we bougIht a complete line.
whlliner all the Novelties of the Season, we banght about $2,000 worth of
VI I L LI N ER Y tlhait was WreCked at Thicty n1111d Sold here.
We are piepved to selI Ladies and Misses I1nts from 10c. to $25. Children's
'a s5 frm' 5e. to S .
All are codiially invited to call ami see outr immense stock. We vill begin sel
114 April Ist Lin i of DIR ESiS (;OO)s, 50c. oil tle dollar.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
apriiii3 45 Ce'ee Street, Greenville, S. C.
Insist on temark
ARI\ ARI HAIy\ER SODA
Costs no more than inferior package soda
ne.ver spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni
versally acknowledged purest in the world.
Miade only by CHURCH & CO., New York,
Sold by grocera everywhere.
Writo for Arm and Iinimmer Book of valuablo Recipos-FREE.
T TENTION! MAIE
ElANOS, ORGANS ocok
IEWINC MACHINES! 2 rls tgusii 1 ets
1Pianos fr om ge2n to $1,00; Or- 11 leiIelj' ei~i~bakioo
ains froml 82 to $500, Sewing Ma- :pe(8:l olul' hay Ocs,
hinetis, N llw, from $1'i.50) to 860O. Wo*igod sdlai re.
leo sell Oil and( N eedlesi for aill 1)Sl 11'ihts aao rms 1
iikes* of Sewing MacneIi nes. . utrc d2 ~(n(ato lci
1i'jTairi tig andi( TunIIing onl short lelssits e oktls 0cste
Call and1( se ns or write*iS olCo tCton1(ut.
LEXAN DER BROS. & CO.elele etin10Clt
107 Washington Street, solatlctt. leklt,3ich,
*0 GREENVILLE, S. C.8 ejtwl 'oti1 Cn.
N 'l'ES LjOST1-Th'lrce Interest->ecaing Fie liIiS07itlcWd,35et.
!s hs.t for $50, due on 1st (day of Jan- FtIsoc grsan hir lts, lo
aty, 1894; second for $l00, due (on No- ~ttiol~ iig tdtimns
br1st, 1894; third for $100, (due 01on c tdcemlae opce)Js
st day of November, 1895j, gi..en to mec1f
n 31st of Angust 1893 aini made payable 'iltokfnyac.
me. All perso0ns ar~e herebv notitled
oto traide for said(1 notes as they have MAITR&BATE
ee set tied for. 1ILI AS I)AY. ian 65 ai8tetGrevlS.C
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