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The People's Journal.
T. C. ROBINSON, Editor.
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'he editor will not be responsible for tle
'vs and opinions of correspondents, un
nsame are editorially endorsed.
.11AY, JUN E 1:, 1895.
the work,. 'he for
ty to meet in ll
instant. We hav
the exact obijOct of t.
ganization and what spoene
it can claim over other coin I
on1ces, which proposo the sfam1e
plans. As the organization is
pledgod to abide the action of the
Stato Democratic oxecutive com
mittee, there can he hittle for the
working comlmittee to do, except
to exhort the people to go into
the priinrios and get the b hst
11101) possible to reprosent 111111 inl
the Constitutioilal ., I veni Iitn.
That. eilig the only work ope'n to
fliol1, there i e s o go to ithe
iXlenSf' of liieeting inl Coliibili.
bili, f'rom the tone of someiu nows
palper. wilicl are editedI y l pa1. iv
ipllits in t he orty confVrl(1 le ,
there seemls to ie an idon lthat wi
forty are not pledged to itido 11h4e
action of tlie St'ato Dociratic
Conveitiotn. Should the workinur
Committee endeNvor to follow t hit
ida, t lie eferi-rs who wNent it(t
the orgainizaltiont in good faith wil!
cortainly iithdraw, feliii g that
they have beeni imposed u1nill
If, is a littl singulir, what :1
diterent. construction is nmW being
attempted to be put upon t1e for
ty resolutions, from ihe one coi
tended for theimn b1y their adv1ocates
in the colicereilce; and it is a lit
tie more singular Ihat this djiffer
ent intorpretation shoultId omelti
immelltdialtoly after' (otrs d1ec 1iin.
WVhite unity and1( whtite supremalucy
woreo the hatiel legenids in fihat
have lost t hieir po werl to tinspiro1
an~d to enthusle~t.
it seems1 to us, that each counity
can be trusted to select, suitable
111e1 to. representI it in the Const i
tuitional Convention, without the
intei'foronce or dictation of any
organ iza tion1.
The South Carolina Stato Press
Association met in tho city of
Sintor on the 29th ultimno and
were in session two days. Gener
al Moise delivered the address of
welcome and really made the edi
tors feel that they were ini the
hands of friends, and Presiden t
Aull responded for tihe Pross Assa
ciation and reciprocated the friend
ly and noble sentiments, expressed
b~y the p~eople of Sumter, through
their representativeo,Cheneral Mociso.
The program, as arranged b~y the
executive committee of the associ
ation, was follow.ed strictly, excep~t
iln the case of absence and then
substitutes filled the appointmentE
with credit to themselves, andi
p~rofit and pleasure to the audience,
All this was ver~y ('ntortainingp
and profitable to the press gang,
but a detailed aiccount w1old(
hardly interest the average readler;
so we will say somoethmg of the
elegant banquet given the associa
tion by Sumter. The weok p~revi
0ous, tile Knights of Pythia's had
been royally ontortainedl in Sum
ter, but the knights of the quill
did not receive a less cordlial wel
come or magnificent and hospita
b)1e attention. The bainquot was
superb and the speechos were res
ponsive to the sentimente, as se
Jected by. the committee, and elic
ited the applause of tihe jolly
crowd. The next day the visitors
were shown around the city and
were delighted w.ith the evidences
of thrift and prosperity of this
beautiful and historic town.
An excursion havimg been tein
dered the press gang by tihe Atlani
tic Coast Line railroad, a party of
torty-one loft Sumter for Rich
yond and Washington Friday af
.tokoen. Richmond was reached
-tday morning and for two
~ eries of invitation sto at
t ] Rpions, religious services
tbe ppropriate resorts for3
at~ ~~egiven the: party. ECv
eryting was accepted and South
Carolina tried to be equal to Vir
ginia hospitality. Saturday was
devoted to visiting the publio buil
dings, battle fialds, and the mills
of the Richmond Papor Company.
Tho manager, Mr. Charlton, was
very attentive to tho larty, show
ing tho process of papor making
from tho pulp or rag to tho paper
ready for shipment, and not for
gotting to hand around the cigars
and other refreshmonts, su itale1
to weary travellers on a warm day.
Saturday evening Governor O'Fr
ral and his winsomec lady received
the editors and their lady friends
,t, the (XeCectivO mansion, wi'here
anl hour was veryv pleasantly speint
n col vrsition mid nusie. The
Old Dlominiion' club took chargo of
the v'Isit(s anud escorted thomli to
their roomis, whoro an informal re
coption was held until twelve
o'clock. When Virginia and South
Carolina moot and the reminis
'eos of the late struggle aro
tiimo glidos rapidiy and
comles too soon.
norniing tho ladie's and)(1
I I. (Iho vditors wit, to St.
Paull's to worshipl, huII, the major-i
ty wet to livi r .Iev. l I. Jaspw.i
preacell 11l1olit, "'T lo S111n (14 luovo."
The afterinoon was spent, in) visit
ing lloilywood cem'ietery, where
Ii'-s a ilumber if Ilie (onfi'dorate
(en(l, ali t(, reave of resideilt
a)avis reviv s ile lilill'ories of ilie
Moi(Illy moring wi I rollie
11alieo the pirl.v left icleilioid 1n(1
iII a few 4llo1 rS (Ielletd Wila sliisl
to, stlopping at the .Mletropol htin
li<ti'l, which is lion lt siarters for
stili t Ilorliols. lilli y d , thi Solli ll
Carolina Cololy paid illlir respect .1
ain te l d thwi I sE-v ces ill
zilikilli ille se) >urn pllu'salt ald '
illieri'stliig. Coil. 14ob1i1 (". Cap'rs,
Who WIs onwe a mewill' r of the
'ress associatioL n111(d who is now
0110 Of the ai stat at(orneys in U
1iw a1tor'i g(eolleral's olic(, had
irra111nged every thing and took t
1on111nan)d of the e(d itorial squad.
Ihreo (Iays were spent in tho na- t
loll's capital. visiting Mount Ver
ion, Arliigton Ileights, tho pib
ie buildongs, art gallories, muse
is and other attractions.
We had the ploasuro of soing
saiah CoTx, of Piekens county, who
las a nice and lucorotivo positiont
ia the government printing office.
Io was in fino health and spirits
mud took eospecial care to make our
taiy enjoyable. .John W. GI rady
~allod ont us and wvas attentivo andl
ind, contributing no) little to the
pleasure of our. visit. Hie has a
line situation ont one of t boe electric
rail roadls, and the salary is good
and ample for a hachelor. Mr 1. .
C. K ay, who wvas formerly clerk for
J1. E. Robinson, of Easloy, has a
place as conductor on the George
townt road. Hie extendled us some
courtesies, but we could not aiccept,
as wve loft Washington at shor't time
aifter meeting him.
Our party divideod in Washing
ton and some of us loft Wednesday
n ight for Nor folk. Luthor Lesloy,
formerly of Pickens county, wias
on board, on his wvay to loin is
comnpanty in Savannah. It had
been a long time since we met, hut
it was not diflicult to reognizo
him, even in his unmform. 'We
passedl several pleasaint hours ~ taslk -
ing of Pickents and t ho folks at
home. We parted at Norfolk ;lhe
wient on to Ssavanniah andl the rest
of us to our homfles.
]R. IH. Aull, 1'resihent of the as
sociation stud C. C. Lanigston, Seec
ret ary, were t ir'eless in their e'fforts
to msake the excursion a success
and they suicc4(eeed, Each indi
v'iduail is undelr obligationis to them
aind ill neOver forget thieir' kind~
and thoughtful at ten tion.
Some folks, when it's ramin',
Have gr'ounids f or complasiini',
And samte, when' t he ? weat her is
Kooph gr'owl it' t ogeth er,
And( wiishi for wet. weatho hr,
And frown at the wvorld and1 the
No matter what's seont, us.
It's hard to content us;
Wo~' growl from the Etast. to the
And if six men or soven
Should get into he'aven,
They'd say they had too much of.
The friends, when P. 'T. Blarnumi
Were full of thank fulness and
To know his mind at as clear--he
'Judicious advortisinzg palys!"
With these bravo words, lie p~assedl
ro upper lands of endless bliss,
Shomib of ever lasting cheer
1or those who advertiso in this.
W. W. F. BaRIaT, Editor.
THINGS OF THE MIND.
(Many sentenco3 from a remark
iblo b.>ok just issued with the
tbovo tito by A. C. McClurg of
jhicago, from tho pen1 of J. L.
Spalding, Ihshop of Pooria.)
A good book may ensily bo more
intoresting than its aithor; for
jhoro we find pure and refined what
il lim wa commiingled with baser
Tho euIllentor's Ilim is to create
itorest ; f(or thus alono is it pows
3ible to awaken mind.
Botter not tech thanl to Weary.
Tho sel f-taigh t look At tho( world
with their owi Cyos and think
tieir own thotights. Ho wh)(o
think11s fr I himsolf is raroly por
miaded by anothor. in formation
Ind inspiration he( gladly receives,
hut he Irms his own j11lgmneoit.
Au einiiglitened mind sympa
thizes with the multitludo ats he
sympathized with children, not so
much fo.r wlNit. t hieiy a r as for
what it is possible to m1ake (f'
. I' alol j' is a1 trulo j)ssi iniist vlo
ileithier 14ij)es i(lo loVes.
Rvligit.1 clll rlIyil (I dnelltioll
ill(% a trill|* V.
The h11et (ir sIri', wmlat ever t heir
special occIpa(tion li 1 t4 fit
tIl(iiS(lves !4> life ill I lie ri i
(o1 od t r11 (hellr$ b'4,I I at 11 t''v ar
41u''nlitig tlheil.'Iv.'s ts Iw'l! its
le Illl ld illilinjill. Itho staul o
: b r Id fr )I oth l er
NI lhing deply iliteresting is
aII'd wh1(ere mI m1ee11145t to eat, and
Tho er'avin g' for applallso is as
)rbid as te i raving for alcohol. h
hEduicatioi lays the foundation; i
lf-educatIiig vrects tho building. b;
To edulicato to passive olbodiceC
to predestinate to failure.
When we clearly see a. thing to
o possible, wo have begun to teach
uiirsolves how to mako it real.
The supreme problem is how
o harmonizo liberty with ordor.
In every dl-ordered household
horo is dogeneracy.
Our intorosts in oducation is thoes
noasuro of our interest in tho
vorld and in human'ty.
'hero was a man in town who i
thought h1i im wond1'rous
Hob sworo by all the fableogods he'd
His goiods wVOro advert ised1 ore long, 1
anid thlorob1y hangs a tale
Tho ad. wans set in nonpa riol and
headed0( " SheiiTI's Sale !"'
Our fairmers shouldll have good
hogs this faull, and we havod(eciod
to offor a premiuim, of five dlollars
in cash for the la rgest., aniy ago,
hog, bly November 1ht 1893, and
three dollars for~ tho largest one
year'o1(d hog, and~ two dollars for
the seconid hir gest-al per)CsonIs in
Pickens counity who will heroaf
tor h~oonmo subscribl.ers to TH'IE
JolmN A fL, or thioso who aro alhready
sublscrihors, 1and( will pay up one
year inl advance, are eligible. Go
to foodiing your hogs, and try for
thIisl prizo1.. eioomber the prize
clse o Novemuber' 1st.6
FinsF 'r'o Jor- UNAT, liiUAl)URs.
Tuine JounmNA1. is anxious that its sub
scribers should have the advai.tage
of ever y good t hi ng goinag. With
this end4 in View we have arraniged
with T1he I los ermian 1'umbl ishing C2o.,
of Springlieldl, Ohio, f'or a sulpply of
yearly subsc54riptin to1514 their great
News,'' wvhichi il hi e pr1eented i1l.:1.
To' i.:VU~av Pa.ll IN A DVAxi'it )IlSubscri.
her t 1 Uil 'Jol'INA ,.
I Ciiiiembe that you ennl get the
''1lomo ~i 'an 11rm andl TPni. l:oe~.:'s
JIoLIRN Al 011ne year fe.: 81 .25.
AS IN YOUTH
Ayer's Hair Vigor
* ' IR
- - EN
\ *' ~ .IL.
"I can cordial1) ; HlaIr o
Vigor, as one of .atlons 0
for the hair. Whoe \yer's O
flair V'igor, all the y .'Cend OO
-about half of it- h-i use 0
of Only i~wo botti ' "atural o0
growthi, which stiR in ma
youth. I tied seC--...---....ssings, 0
but they all failed. Ayer's Hair Vigor * _
is thme best."--Mrs. J. C. PRIEUSsFRn,0
Dr. A 0, AVER S CO., LOWLt, 'MASS.:
ee it. They
tyles of up
cc than else
is not neces
fressers are -
cre to find
!d astray by
ily On to uts,
ev want at
You can i
-e you to do II
d - la
Greenville, 8. 0.
MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY
Several years ago, I was ailicted with
soie blood impli.y, whlich resulted in
0boils anld sores onl mry neckc whih tron
bled mie continuolusy for foiur yeans.
'hIe troeii a1lected lly general health,
eaisilig Ine to feel tirei and worn out all
Sle iime, was also restless at night, not
leihig able to sleep well. I coimelnced
uising 'i i.s. Joe Pers-oni's Remedy1 and be
- gan to ft el better wilh thie Ibst bottle.
My general health began to improvo, my
al)petite becamie better. I slept. better lit
ns Iiight, commenced to gain 1i, the sores
- a ll tirely h"ealed. my11, systerin was biltil
ey Iiy, and I have been inl perfect health
or ever sice. aid have niever be) troubled
.I- since with boils or any form of blood im
kid pirity. WAmrER A. YoUNQ.
You Are Looking For?
Then see our Bargain coun
ter during this week.
4 Beginning Mouday moning
we will countinuc each day to
throw upon this counter bar
gains~ in Colored Hash Goods,
aWhite Goods, Figured Piques
are hiere to show for them
c. selves and if7 you miss the op)
Iportunity you will be the poor
er for it.
A. K. PARK,
DRY GOODS AND SHOES!
1.) Pe'ndetoni St., (Greenillhe, S, t'.I
FOR ALL TIME TO
Wec will have
to offer our Pickens
Conme in and look at our Flour (Il
Sample our Coffee.a
Taste our Sugar. o1f
Read our Seed Books. Oi
Buy our Geoods "i
And be satisfied <In
That you have made a b~argahin. ti
FERGUSON BROS. ac
107 Main sireet., Green ville, S. e,
- Isacrti uo o honcBr(Ee h
.. Granulated Eye Lids Soro NippePles, ]>i~
Eczerna, Tetter, Salt R eum and cldHead, M
25 cents per box. For sale by druggit,. ti
F~or putting a horse In a fine healthy con- g
l ition try D)r. Cady's (ondithon P'owdel. "
they tone np the system, aid digesion, cure
-me of appai reflev constipatin, correct
Iddne disorders and dlestroy worms, gvng
wI tot nodo vrwre hor. lvn I
aenteper ackae. Fr sae bydrugisti
-1. A. MORG.AN, .T. 0. BO BIl sO ,
Greenvile, S. C- Plekens, e. U.
MOlGAN & ROBINSON,
Attorneys at Law,
Piekens, L. C.
g5'Praetiee In all Courts. . meh28tf.
JULIUS H. BOGCs. T. MAULDIN.
B10G & MAULDIN,
feb280 -'ickenl.e, S. C.
RlI. ROBERT KIRKSE y
' Physician and Aurgeon,
Office at Jils residence Main Street.
March 8, 1.894
. J. W.- NORWOOD, Dentist Dr.
W. M. N<,nwoon, Assistant. - Offile,
88. Main Street, Greenville, 8.o '
ana. 9,'92 y
DRI. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Green.
ville, S. 0. 01iee over Addison &
lcGee's Drug Store.
If you want the finest PICTURES, mado
in the State, go to
113 McBee Aveune Greenville, 8. 0
#&, Crayon Portraits a specialty
ABE CLARK. OEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
Marble and oraite Monumenta,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19,.'91.
Min Street., GREENVILLE, S. C.
Ilavo jist received a second
In the latest styles and lowest possible
Your patronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Bepairing of all kinds of Saws
J. C. M auldin, Proprieter,
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years ex perience. Graduate from first
Schools- undaer patronage of highest Medi.
cal authority, mankes and properly adjusts
any style Speetacles4. Oflice over Dr. Ad.
dlisoni's D~rug Store, G reenvilie, S. C.
June 28, 1894.
All persons are hlereb~y warned to not
trespass in any wauy on my lot, at the cor..
ner of Cedhtr lcwk and Factory St reets,
then samte bieing thte ltpiem ie cupiedl by
M . F. .11ester last year, under pena Ities ot'
then laW. 0. L. D~lTtANT1.
P'ickens5, S. C., May 30th 1895.
WE PAY UASHI!
For Hides, Beeswax, Tallow
WIE sell hairness Leather, Upper
Kips, Calf Skins, Sheep Skins, Laco
Leather, linIme Strings, in any amnount,
GOWER & GOODLETT,
101 Main Street, Greenville, S. C,
means so much more than
you imagine--serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with ature's
bdi cat one tak
ing the most relia
Iron ==w'sIrn lt
ten.h A fe ot'
4pl esn ftom thke.
Dyapopsla, Kidney andS Liver
Neuraigia, Troubles -
Constpatton, lBad Blood
Mainai* Nert'ous ailments
lihet onl the genul.in has crossed re
wilsend set retof n Ba.a Gilde
F ir VioWs. and book--free.
BROWN CHEMICAL: CO. BAL.TIMORE, MlD.
Come to us because
good thing when they
can get the very best
to-date Clothing and
Goods at much less pri
sarily a part of well dr
is, frequently the best
the most economical.
"chick" styles and wi
them. They are not 1<
slperflulols gab from
houses, but come stead
where they get wvhat t
the right kind of price
do the same. We invii
\li personis areo hereby warnled not,
holr o. employ Mrs. .lary . ]tope
lier- sots Aaron anil Noah Roper, u
penalty of law a thev are ider co
1. with ime for I he Year !
Ity :11, 85. W. P". W .AT
13 Alexnnler, .. 1,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is itreby givenl to all iersc
bdling chatimls a1-1inst thle estate of lic
llatitionl, voloredl 1 ,devvntel1, that tht
list prove their cliis before lite oil
thie 1011 (ay of Jull., nxt, or be b)
d from partilimiii lin Lth f inl oif s:
tate. .1. Al STICW A i', C. P.
This -lih day Jttne, A. D., 1895 w
Ladties ami 'Misses sTan co~lored HIose
'White Kidt Gloves ink 20 and 12 hut
Whiite anal creamn Rihnrront M t
1). tIed Swjisses~ fromt 10 to 30 e ts. ai yr
Ladjies Whilte and C~reami Silk Hoisi.
Newv Veil iings in sinugl atiul donhh.id w id
lFiblre ChIamoiuis, th I n h i nr liim, i
Naiists and Skirts.
MoALISTER & BEATTUi
i3 and 65 Miain St reet, Greeniville, S
(Next door 1o Nattioa llan1111k)
TIdepone Noi. 87.
P. S. liii t crick Paltitern.
ou f ynygtied
ko1. iotred --e.
'" larry -eg
A~t &iSould be e 'akry 40o
*Tv/lUR E.'oLI m/Mij YQId W4l
Fori nsahi hiv: lr. (G. W. Ikarle., P'Iche
('o., ('entral; Dr,. WV. A. Sheblloi,, LI
ity, S. C.
CAN I OBTAIN APATENT ? For
., whon alavo hal nearly f toea
f ora in ocin t tts indbhow to e
tam the snent ree. so1 a catatogu of mocha
hcal and scientiflo books Bent free.
speil nottoaeintheh Scioeltfi Aen n, ae
nt ooa o theoinyentor. Thi sleni u poap
Borii Fad tarn o aopey ent free.
s,cents. Wvr,.numter Contains beam
ouses with plans, en abl u bilders Io show t
atost egaa."n' s"reontracts. des
MARRY THIS CIRL.-80MEBODYI
st on jie; wat wi reatore th color am
Vasher. dIave not madls tha * ny ay
vorked. Avery family wants a Ielh Washer. nnd
washer as mybroter and le isan ui ale
I have two little grand children who
re teething this hot sullmer weather And)(
re troubled with bowel complaint. I
ive them Chamiberlain 's Colic, Cholera
nd Diarrhoca Remedy and it acts like a
harm- I earnestly recommond it for
bildren witlh bowel tronlies. I was my
elf taken with a severe attack of bloody
Ilx. with eraips andl(' pains in my stoll.
cl, one-third of a bottle of this relie*dy
tired mile Within twenty-four hotars I
vas out of h. ind doing my house work,
V1s. W. L. DUNAOAN, Bon-iqu, Ick.
an1 Co., Tenn1. For Sid1e by.
)r. 0. IV. Earle, Pickens; C. N.-Wv
tt, 10asley; Hall. Sloan. & Co., Fort. Hill;
miter & Iogtgs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton,
I Many of the citizens of Iailisville,
ndiala are never witholit a buttlo of
01)hamberlainhl's Cough Remedy in the
onse," says Jacob lirown, the leading
ierchant of the place. This Renedy
a1s proved of so mneh valuie for colds,
10111) 3n1( wiooping congh iI children
hat few mothers who know its worti
re willing to he without it. For sale by
Dr. G. WY. Earle, l'iekens; C. N.
r. Wyatt, Easiey ; Hull, Sloa.1, & Co.,.
ort Hill; iuntr & Boggs Liberty; L
. Eaton, Central. aprl1
Sometime ago I wis troubled with an
black of rhietimatism. I used Chamber.
iii's Pinl Balm anid wIas completely
Wed. I have sInce advised many of 113'
leinds and cnstomers to try the remedy
Id all speak highly of it. SIMON GOLD
AUM; San Liuis lley, Cal. For sale by
Dr. G. W Earle, Pickens ; 0. N. Wy
t. Easley; Mall, Sloan, & Co.,'Fort
il Huinter & Boggs, Liberty; 1.. R.
atont, Central- apel1.
hu cL f Phax
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Iere it is,
Short and sweet!
I Ianll HI oes
Sweeps, Straw Hats, im
brellas, Parasols, Fans,
Come and see
W. T. McFALL.
We will receive next week a nice
electedl stock of Ladies and Misses
lats with Rlibons9, Flowers, and
New IDry Goods and Shoes8 comn
1g iln daily.
Th'ie best Grain Cradles and Grass
siad1es ever. seen).
Side0 Harrows, Double Stocks and
ther1 Farming Tools.
G~roceies adJvanci ng--We have
ie best aml our' stock was bought
efore tile rise.
H omiespuds, Plaids, and Yarns
leaper than ever.
Lots of Goods and but little money.
1 .AMcD. Brauce.
iR STA TrE olr SoUTHu CAI RoMNA,
PU1.K N5 CoUNTY.
Courrw or ConoxO PiEs.
anltersi Rank. Plainiffr.
. 1. Sitmmi~ey, Defendant.
Summllons for Relief.
To the D~efendan't W. Hl. Summnev:
.1oni are hereby .summnoned1 and r'e
ired1 to answer thle complamnt iln tils
t10on, of wichl a copy is hlerewithi
i' ed upion you, and to serve a copy
your anslwer to tile said comlpilaint
thel( sulbscibjer at is oflice at Pick
8, 8. C., witin twenty days after
a service hereof, exclusive of the
y of such sorrVice ; and1( if you fail
anlswer~ tile complaint withini tile
Ie afor'esaid, the Plaintiffs in this
Limn will applhy to theO court for tihe
lef dlemandled in thle compilaiint.
IDa.ted May 6th1. A. 1). 189)4.
J. M. STnw AnT, C, C, I', C.
L. F. Omi .nunxss,
Tlo the Defendant W-. i. Summeiiy:
Il'Jlas take nlotice thiat tile Sun.
n18 and1 Comnplamlt in tills case was
(1 mI theC oflice of thei Clerk of
Court of cO~lommo Please for
~kens Counity onl tile (th (lay of
y, 1.8%Jt, and~ 1that the object of
action is to foreclose a ilmygg
en b~y you oil the~ land dlescribedi
1L. F. Cnu,DRi~sS,
al.] ,[ M. STxtwAnT C. c. P. 0.