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The People's Journa
T. U. ROBINSON, Editor.
pUBLISRED XV3Y THUiBDAY.
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views and opinions of corresponidents, to
less the same are editorialv endorsed.
TlUISl)AY, JULY 4, 185.
We sce from the Sontinel of his
week that County Clairnau, W. A
Hamilton, has called "a Democrait
mass meeting of the while Demo,
crats of Pickens county at Pickem.
C. H. oil loiday,July 8th." Thu,
week he has favored Tu JoURNAI
with the saie n10tice. which is Plb.
fished in this issue, aid also state
that he sent one jlast week to Tim
JOUNAL, but it tailed to receive it
The County Chairman did not stat<
the object of tile meetluig, which lie
should have done in order to insur<
a full attendance and aflord the pa
pers an opportunity to exhort a littlb
and help rally tile people, who woulk
probably have beel pleased to knov
what busilless Ihey were expected t(
consider and to have had bone tim<
to think ovel' 1he mat ters before thi
If the farmers can lpossibly spar<
the time fromi t heir crops, they shouh
attend and get all t he informatiol
availab'e, for it is not long until thi
primary election will he held and no
a single candidate has yet been an
nounced. It is due the people tha
they have full opportunity to knov
the candidtes and hcar them discus
the issues, which will probably con
front the maikers of t he con.t it utiol
Since the threats and dispositio1
1)f Some11 antis to crush tie will of th
white majority by negrc ballots, i
well for the Reormei's to b
antis do not control thl
.or the "intelligent an(
.ty" ilght disfranehi-se
go%- rtion ol the "Cpoo . anid ig
J. M~1ims Suilivan., chairged ivit
the murder of Hoernion G. Gilreal
in Greenile Jiuie 11 Ab, 189D2, ira
acquittcd in Aniderson oil ile 29t6|
timoii. Thme jurors werc' in thei
-twenty I wo hiours before the;
' eood eight for acquitta
imenit of some kin<
'nt, out. This hai
ben. I hard fought cast
and for tmxa ears Sullivan's fhti
hass been hanging in the balances
with fortune aipparantly agains
him. Sentiment had changed an<
the result of'jury verdicts is different
and the man once condemned te
death is free again and enjoya the
ecmpany of his family and faithfu
friends. T1his ends the caso and eve
rybody should acquiesce in the r'e
sult and give the last jury credit fo~
acting as honestly and conscientousl;
as the first.
There are several accounts of th<
the battle betweeni the blockaderE
and the constables near Mr. Waddii'E
house, five miles above Spartanburg,
and they agree generally until the
point is reached, which fixes the rces,
POnsibility ot the trairedy. From the
account given by the Tiedmwont IHad
light editor, who was early ont the
ground and hadtc every oppor11tinity oh
getting at thme tirue state of facts,
there can be no0 doumbt that there
were four or five ol thle blockade.'
and that they began thle shooting ai
were we'll prepared for that business.
Some strange things have alreadl3
been revealed and other matters wvil
throw light. on the methods of gov
Greenville is the scene of aothe
honmicidie. Saturday evening, Jamne
D. Lewis, conductor' on the 0. K. 2
W. railroad, shot and killed Henr
Rutledge, his brother-in-lawv. Do
nmestic trouble was the cause of th~
shootimg. Loi mado his escap
andl has not yet been capt ured. Hi
was.represented at the trial by Capi
J. A. Mooney, Who nays Lewis wi
surrender for trial.
tb it batd becomo very commc
hPeaple trepass- upon the publ
a tpninere is so many difle:
St onentj~ of thaw, I publish fI
taha e b~j f), certain parts of il
fow rid theqsa o~he overseerst e e
* If' any person shalneu n
struction to be' pe ause an
the public highway o part
to obat rnct orne mne y
diffileult the assage of carrig
other travel t ereon an# 'shal
unmediately remove the same 4
r quired on conviction may be I
ten dollars and required 'to move
r Twelve hours notice must be g
before working.. All hands i
bring such tools as the overseer i
idirect. On failing to comply
tle above he may pay one dollar
(day l'or each day lie is warned ot
work; said amount of one dollar t
be receive(d in lieu of work, ex
in cases where there is failure
work on suddenly obstructed %s
f three dollars per day shall be req
ed in lien of work,
r Where a person moves and
perforned the whole or any par
- paid tie whole or any part and e
produce a certificate 01 the saw
is exempt for the Lime.
The residence of any person
has a family shall be where his fa
ly resides and the iesi.ience of
other person where lie boards.
The road may be made twenty
wiae and shall protect them by i
abl0 drains from interence by ci
If any person shall destroy, in
or in any manner hurt, damage,
pair or obstruct. any of Lbe pt
highways or any part thereof or
bridge,.culvert, drain, ditch, ca
way, embankment, wall. tollg
tollhouse, etc., on conviction wil
imprisoned not more than three
less than one month and pay a
of not more than five hundred
less than twenty dollars and be li
for all repairs.
W. W. F. Buitrw, Editor,
J. B. Simpson, colored, is d
Some capital work in the way ol
lorimmg and educating his pupil
Two rf his pupils stoM a com
tive examination before tho
board and made second grade
Ho does not endorse tho plI
importing teachers from other c
ties or States, when we have ju,
good matet ial to manufacture as
we import. Why not itilize ,
we havo on hand first then ini
ie also thinks that educating
mass of colored people would lie
solve the problem that is giving
government so much trouble; hi
dorses the educational qualifice
for sut7rnge, but thinks there A
be some restriction to it. He
not think those who were raised N
the law forbade them to be educ
should be disfranchised. but all
have been0 raised since the State
propriated funds to educate I
should undergo the qualificatioi
He would like to heatr fr'om
other colored brethlren through
Tieacher's Column to know what
are doing in the way of impre
BY WM. A. MOWRY.
S1. Schools are maintained at
lic expensme by direct taxation
t he benefit of' the public. The te
eras are employed by the public,
the will of the public is to be cal
I2. Teachers should always cxc
a high r'egard for the rights of
parents as wvell as of the pupil.
8. They should confer frequ<
with the parent as to both the
portment and the progress of
4. That teacher can do but:
-in influencing the mind of the <
who has faileci to secure the res
and regard of intelligent parente
5. The esteem and approva
both parents and children are csa
tial to the teachers' highest suc<
6. The teacher should make
few promises, but should keep sti
ly every promise made.
7. No child is receiving the e
ful training which the school o'
to give unless voice, gesture,
riape, posture, manners and m<~
are being prop~erly cultivated.
8. Cleanliness and nieatness of
saon and clothing on the part of
p~upils should be sought for and
cured, sometimes by direct effbrt.
often by indtirection.
9. To this end, attention to ii
noas and attractiveness of' dlress
peison on the part of the teache.
10. Every teacher should give
st~ant anad carelul attention to lesi
inl patriotism, instilling const a
love of country~ and of' home, and
dtiesC of an American citizen.
For the purpose of lettin
- the lowest bidder I will be at
a Talley bridge on Saluda the 2
of July at 11 a. m.
e At Kay's mill, on Geor
.Creek, on the 2'2d at 10 a. m.
II At Kennemnore's mill at 31
mn. of same day.
At Lathemn & Lenhardt's y
onthe 23d at 10 a. mn.
c'At the Golden creek, bel
--W. Hinton's, the 25t~h at 10 a
' At c. B. Findley's on 3
* creek the 26th at 3 p m.
At the bridge below Pond
*b. mill on the 29th at 3 p. m.
as MATTHEW HIENDRIKS,
is or RIUNE OJJER.
not- Our farmers should have good
rhen hogs this fall, aad we have decidei
Ined to offer a premium, of five dollars
the in cash for the largest, any age,
-hog, by November -1t 1.895; and
ven three dollars for the largest one
ball year old hog, and two dollars for
ma)' the second largest-all persons in
vith Piokens county who will hereaf
per ter become subscribers to Tag
I to JOURNAL, or those who are already
bull subscribers, and will pay up one
Dept year in advance, are eligible. Go
to to feeding your hogs, and try for
hn this .prize. Remember the prize
ur-closes on November 1st.
bas FREE TO JOURNAL, READERS.
I 0' Tru JOURNAL is anxious that its sub.
3 he scribers should have the advat.tage
of every good thing going. With
who this end in view we have arranged
.ni- with The Hosterman Publishing Co.,
any of SfZringfield, Ohio, for a supply of
ret yearly subscriptions to their great
uit. monthly, " The American Farm
lti- News," which will be presented imE
TO EVERY PAID IN ADVANCE abseri.
.ure ber to Tine JOURNAL.
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I be ALL RUN DOWN
nor No Strength nor Energy
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CURED BY USING
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a i, es. lischatilig ll tlw (111'. I 01
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pro> werri rsete in t h xto rome. At. 0
la~st last, I ceolicned tauking Aver's nSam- 0)
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cer- ~ ~ ?u tte.Ay appelifto ret uil41 n1111 W101 0
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these Icots 1 l~it on Inlig the .Sur- 01
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0 il h itfil v.s restrit .'- -A. A.T T WN,*s, 01
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AT THE WORLD'S FAIR 0:
Ip to UUU~l3USUI .
the ~-1 --
they 7tun~'/? <f Eh.ax
FOR THE PHOLKS.
>ub- Now~ is the ti ne to consider'
orthe FritI Question.
and1( We htave a lar go lot of Glass
idJars8, Earthlen *ar's, Tin Cans,
'cise Jelly Tiinblers, and~ Su gar'.
Also 1Honey aind Hams.
nt7 A few Straw Hats to go
the choaper' than ever,5
little Umbrecllas and Parasols.
pect Agood stock of Summer
. Goods of all kinds- Cheap!
sen Come and see us, aad look
:ees. through our houses,
'ct.- WV. T. McFALL.
CAN I OBTAIN 4PATENT 9 For a
'oni- ' anh aehada near yt teate'
on foniatrl confidenti.l. A st'dbeeoofo In
a~ytI n cn free. nR atntalosuee ouneohan.
he tent taen th ou i alnD&. receivg
t i aar the we entite ti eth
- ssued wee~Y eeantl Iinstroted hab a te
d a r e t cactat o f an y s i e n rO ? n t h e
ildt gdya.Bmlcilssn re
nous wit pans, erinan butla og show theo
Dth TVIlE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF' ICKENs. J
B' Jtm B NEm.unn, Esquire, Probate
WresJ M Stewait, c e ir, has made
suit to mec to gr'ant nlim Letters or Ad
P. )umiil,ntion of the estate of amid effects
of Warren ID Edens, decease 1.
Th!ese are' Tfhe'efore to c.ite and0( aidmiOn
ilill lshal.nl and sintgulhar tihe kindred and
creditors of the said( Warrren D) Edens,
dleceased1 that they be and appear before
lOW me, inl tile Court of Probate, to be held
. m. at P'ickens Court House, S. (t., on1 tihe
5th (lay of August next, after publication
'file hier'eof, at 11. o'clock in tihe forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, wihy the
rsid Adiistrartionl should not be
Given under my Haund, tils 22d day of
.Tune 1895 in the 110 year of our Inde
[suAQ] J II NnwnrnY, 3T P P C,
IHE BIG RAILROAD WRECK STCCI
Now For the Bargainc
ever Has Such An Opportunity Been Offered to the Peoj
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
OW 10 Car Loads of Goods.
BEOOOO -n "wrVOT9.Ti
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods.
10,000 Yards Lawns and Ginghams.
10,000 Yards Shirtings and Sheetings.
4,000 Suits Clothing for Men, Boys and Youths.
Three hundred dozen Shirts.
Four Hundred Dozen Boy's Waists.
Five Hundred Dozen Ladies, Misses and Men's Hose,
Two Thousand pairs Best Shoes, all kinds.
Sixty-Five hundred pounds best Plug Tobacco.
Large lot Smoking 'Iobacco.
Large Stock Ml linery Goods,
Thousands of other things cannot mention here. Com
>r the BJG SALE is for you,
I1 M1 &E. B. DICKSOP
GREENVILLE, S. C.
The One Crop System
of farming gradually exhausts the land, unless a Fertilizer containing a
high percentage of Potash is used. Better crops, a better soil, and a I
larger bank account can only then be expected. 4
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Sumr. one for Relief.
Tita STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas.
John Ferguson in his own right
and as Executor of the last
'will and testament of J. G.
F ,erguson, deceased, and as
Testamentary Trustee there
Sarah McFall, Anna Dean, Jas.
M Ferguson, Ava L Link, Au
gustus D. Ferguson, Samuel
B. Ferguson and Mattie J.
Summons for Relief.
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the com
plaint in this action, of which
a copy is herowith served upon
you, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on
the subscribers at their office,
No. 94 Court street in the city of
Greenville, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, ex.
elusive of the day of such ser
vice; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court
for relief demanded in die com
Dated May 1st A. D., 1895.
J. M. S'rEwA'r, C. C. P. C.
UOTHRAN, WELLS, ANSELN, COTH
RAN & C. L. HIOM.INCSWORTH.
Plain tiffs Attorney.
To the Defendants Anna Dean,
James M. Ferguson, Ava L.
Link, Augustus D. Ferguson,
Samuel B. Ferguson and Mattie
Please take notice that the
Summons and complaint in this
actioi was filed in thec oflice of
the Clerlk of the Court. of Com
mon P'leas for Pickens county
on the 2-1lth dv of .lune A. D.,
01-11 HAN, WI.Is ANSI-r:, CO'II
HcAN & C. 1. if)IL..INGSWonTH.
( 'la in tiI I'sAttorniey.
I ENS ( ') l'T .
T 'oS - rr < o>F -1 Ci.\N I As
'laniters ik. Plaintiff. I
W. II. Summe111y, Defendant.
Sm monIIIilt 11S for Relief.
To I he Defemb:olt V. 11. Sumnev:
Ii :i'e heiehv sunmoned and re
mtired to answer the complaint in this
Itloll, oI which a copy is herewith
1rm (1 iilpon you, and to serve a copy
4 ymr answer to the said complaint
ii the isscriber at his office at Pick
nS, S. a., within twenty days after
lie service hereof, exclusive of the
lay of such service; and if you fail
o answer the complaint wvithin the
ime1 aforesaid, the Plaintiffs inl this
etion wvill apply to the court for tihe
ehief demanded in the compl~aint.
D~ated May 6th. A. D). 189)4.
J. M. S-ricwAlfr, I'. C. P. C.
IL. E. CimuI)IuSS,'
T.lo tihe Defendant W. 11. Suimmey:
Please take notice th1at the Sum
n1ons and Complaint in this calse was
iled in tho ofilce of the Clerk of
le Court of common Please for
Pickens County on the 6th day oIf
Slay, 1895, and that the object of
hoe action is to foreclose a mortgage
given1 by you on1 tihe land described
Li the conmplainit. KC~lIi1s
Sea.] J. M. S-aa- .e .c
Many persons in the County have r
neglected to make returns of personal i
property for the fiscal year 1894
1895. Trhe law reqmires the Auditor
in such cases to assess the property of
these persons according to the best in
formation lie can obtain and add fifty
(50) pe'r cent. penalty.
It is very important that all per
sons5 who ownl machinery and have nlot
yet returned it should (10 so at once.
Merchants commencing business af
ter~ the 1st of January are required
"within thirty days after commenc
ing such business" to "report to the
Auditor of the County, under oath,
tihe average amounlt of capital intend
ed to be emfployedl in such business,
The poll .lists. are now ready for
dlistribution and will be mailed from
this oflice. Trustees will please make
the necessary corrections and return
thlem to the Auditor as soon as con
venient. When new names are add
ed1 to the list Trustees will please insert
tile full first niame, this will prevent
so many double entries.
N. A. CHRISTOPHER,
County Auditor, Pickens County.
TIIE STA TE OF SOUTHl CARIOITNA,
By .J. B. NEWn1Eny, E'squire,, Probate
WVlIEIIEAS, Frances Simpson has
mlade suit to me, to grant her ILetters of
Administration of the Estate of and
nff'ects of JIamne Oanltt, deceased.
TIhese are Therefore to cite and admnon
lehi ail and singular the kindred and1( cred
Itors of the said( James Gantt, decceased ,
lhat they lbe and appear before me, in the
Dourt of P'robate, to be held at Pickens
Court Ihouse, S. C., on 12th dlay of'
liuly 1895 niext, after~ publication hiere
f, at 11 n'elock in the forenoon, to show
mause, dr any they have, why the said
AdmInIstration should not be granlted.
Given nndl~er my WIand, this 22d day of
iune 189)5 in the II9th year of our n
(SEA L) J B Newbery, J P P C
B. A. MORGAN, T. 0. RoBINSON,
I Greenville, 8. C. Pickeis, k. E.
MORGAr & ROBINSON,
Attorneys at Law,
Pickens, 8. o,
4 'Praetee In all Courts. .nOI28tt.
JULIUS E. BOGGS. T. 1. MAULDIN
Il BOGGS & MAULDIN,
feb28tO Plekens, S. C,
R. RO1BEIRT KTI(SEY,
Physlcian and Surgeon,
Oflice at hils residence Main Stret..
March 8, 1894
R NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W.M.- N6nwOoD, Assistant. Offlice,
88 Main Street, Greenvillo, S. 0.
Jan. 9, '92 y
D . J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Ore-n.
ylile, 8. 0. Office over Addison &
McGee's Drug Store.
Painless Extraction of
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All work guaranteed as rpresentted by
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e, ABE CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
able aul Iranitg Monuments,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FE NCING, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURES mado
in the State, go to
113 McBee Aveune Greenville, S. 0
D"' Crayon Portraits a specialty
AMain Street., GREENVILLE, S. 0.
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- shipment of
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