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T. 0. ROIlEON, Editor.
JULX8HMD XV3R? TiUaSDAY.
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THURSDAY, JLTIY 11, 1895.
It is truo that tho mass meting
was rather an extraordinary affair
and was called in an irregular
manner, the County Chairman not
having the authority in his oflicial
capacity to mako the call, yet "all
is well, that. ends woll." Tho poo
plo can always he depended upon
to (1o the right thing, when they
are given a chance, an1d the inldi
viduals of tho mass meeting evi.
dently took that, view and wore
willing t. submit, all tih matters
under Considoration to them for
their solution in the primaries.
Tho action of the 1mass meotingp'
16 endorsed by th(: peoplo and
ther course w ould certainly
hoon rlpudiated by them.
that is left to be done is for
1110 canldidatos to apper b ulore tih(
voters at the poiits seluete'd lo
tho execitive commilittee id vN-.
tilato their idtas on 1lte qunestions
Which will proably confront tl
A chance is given the conserva
tives to bring out good ment an
go into the primary and unit
hands with the reformers in go
ting tho best 111011 for i
- 'ived. If' the consorv:
tives will part.iciplto ill the pr
maris and show I disi)OSitioni I
lay aside partisan feel intg, thloj.g
formners will meet thom~~j
and the cnt
a moans of restoring uni
porary Chairman, who asikOdl so1
one to explain the object. W.
Hamilton stated the ohject to g
'it candidates for the Constit
Cionvention, and hear fra
- to plans &c.
,'Qs elected toi
C. L. Hollingswo.
son, J. H. Bowen woro
on the motion of Mr. SingloI.
that comnmi ttoe.
Tihe committee reportedl the f<
1st. Resolved that it ho subi
hie Democratic voters of ti
to select by Primary undi
is of the Party, candidat
2nd. Resolved that the voters
the Primary election be loft
their owvn individual selection, ai
recommend to vote for mon be
suited for the place without rega
to factional lines.
Hon. B. J. Johnston said
thought the meetinig should nai
the candidates to run in the p:
mary, it might be urged that th~
Was going back to the conventi<
plan, biut he did not think the o
jection could be well taken. ',
knight name six to go into the pi
1 ~. or of namii
'was so nei
s was in favc
.......... .. Amet us h ave
county canvass and who pleaise
may run and can be heard and th
people would thus have an oppor
tunity to vote for the fund amenta
principles of tihe constitution, with
out regard to pafst political differ
encos. H~on. WV. T. Bowen though
the meeting might make suigges
Hon17. Laben Mauldin said h
was in favor of the resolutions re
ported by the committos. It wa
S matter that belonged to the peo
anid tl~sould rule it. Th
W. W. *'. Bright said the
should be some plan to get can<
dates out, by drafting, or subsori
W. A. Hamilton thought t)
suggestion of Mr.. Johuston was
good one. It was evident th
candidates would havo to be co
Hon. Fred Williams thoug
that tho field would be full of ca
Mr. G. V. Singleton thoug
Lhe subject should be referred
the editors and have theni soli<
candidates and reduce the price
W. A. Hamilton moved that t
mooting bring out or suggest soil
Hon. J. H1. Bowen thought t
adoption of this would be a
suming to dictate to the poop
William R. Oats said he wou
Nay something and say it plai
Thero were two partios. The 1R
formers woro going to stick to thc
party, and the antios woro going
stick to their party. He did' n
want men suggested for him to vo
J. R. Latem was sorry to he
such remarks. Thoy were oppos
to the roolutions just adopte
We want the bost mon for cal(
datos and thoro would be0 fomt
men with patriotism enough
aliounico tlemiiselves for cam
dlatos in the pvrilalry.
The rosolutions was lost and t
The Pickens county Doiocrai
E XCltive Com mlittoo mto at aPic
I1ns C. 11., oi Mondaly 8th, wi
\V. A. Hamilton in the chair.
A ppointed managors at the d
e'nit procincts, vis.
J1. N. WVyatt, ILaban aud
WVm. McMahian, T. J. Bowen.
Tyler Moore, E. 13. Richardse
IR. C. Robinuson, 13. S. Callaihi
J. 1h. -6ntino, It. F. T. Bla
orby, J. N. Morgan, 'T". 1. A rno
is, J.1. P. Robin
(1. W. Grillin.
n. J. 13. Loo)or,
Johnl Finley, V.
. 1lin5. -
I- Jolin A. b Arthur R
M-A. H1 rodricks, G. MI. Lynch,
). Ml. Kith, M. Gillospie.
Pickenis (5. 1H.
A. M. Morris, W. L. Jenkins.
John WV. Tlhomasl, 'T. H1. Stow
J1. L. Gravely, WV. Ri. Prico.
s F. C. Parsons, Smith R~owen
\. R. Dalton, 13. F. Mlurphy.
et Six Mile'.
'Thomas P~owers, Wm i. 11
Sdricks, Thomas Garriotit, N.
P rat ors.
n- Jas. Moore, Jri., J1. 10. i3orous
ry WV. N. lHoldinig, Laflayette A
'Which ele(ctioni shall bo I
thme the following ph
andidttos to go beore
ral, Monday July 22nd.
Al(ey, Wednesday July 2
blo Mouintain, Thursday J
Shady Grove, Friday, July 2
Pickens C. h. Saturday.
ie The polls shall be opened f
3r 8 a. mu. to 41 p. mn.
Each candidate for the Coi
euinlConvention shall at I
"' ten days before the said prin
m~ election file his pledge with
to Chairman or Socretary of
id County Deniocratic Exect
Committee that he will ahide
tresult of the election and Supl
dthe nominee of the party, andI
vote for any candidato w~ho
lie failed to sign such pledge sha]
To provent the single 1o)0]
is of candidate no vote for deleg
ishall be counted which (does
m contain the names of dloleg
b- who have signed the pledge of
rsame number as the numbei
. delegates to which said count:
~entitled nuder the Act callhng
.r The Second primary shall
held on August 18th, if necess
r according to the rules of the pa
and the same managers shall so
The managers of the election
5 required to nmake each voter ple
a himself to support the nomir
. at the general election.
..T.W. A. HAMILTON, Ohn,
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ber to THEu JOURNAL,
W. W. F. Baront, Editor.
COMMON BUSINESS LAW IN o
THE PUBLIO SCHOOLS. wi
BY AUGUSTINE SIMMONs. TO
Among all the schemes and do
vices of educators for the bonoilt Sara
of childron, olementary business M
' law ought to have a clanco, g
To the ordinary mind it would D.
t seem as if a knowledge of the form Forg
to of a promissory noto and of the
common legal principles that gov
ern it is as likely to lit a child f->r To t.1
the activities of lifo as a knowl- YC
edge of the form of a plant life. requ
1e Some commercial forms are now plai
o taught incidentally in tho gram- a Co
mar schools, in connection with you,
arithmotic and bookkeoping; but auisV
[e the law that goes with them sel- the
s- dom, if ever, recoivos proper at- No.
e. tention. So far as I know, a book Gret
Id on common businoss law and dayl
i. forms fit for grammar school use clusi
0. is yet unwritton. vice:
ir If no suitable text-book can be the (
to found. teachers may give oral in. afor
t structions in such topics as requis- acti(
to ites of a binding contract; what for r
constitutes a sale; what an agent plain
ar cannot legally do; what a partner
3d ship is, and what a partner can or
d. cannot legally do, etc. WTI
Ii. But much of common commer- RA
id cial law Ia he hostdied with
to forms; for example, lot the oral Tc
i instruction begin with the (late of Lim'
a noto tnd end with the igmature, Lin
1 and then pass to the indorsers. In Sam
this way a teacher cnil give his p- J. 1
pils the common rules of law about PI'
ic rocoipts, promissory notos, (u Sum
k- hills, orders, checks, If ol mes' actic
01h notes, chattel mortgages (or mort- the (
gago hills of salo). and a 'solutto on
if.ills by sale. oi tI
This legal instration is what 1895
common people need in their daily ('
contact with tho buistling world. RAN
It is tho instruction that thev.
should have had in thoir school Ju
n, days, but which they must learn~
n. in worrimnmit ovor lawsuits and in
tears for their losses. The great
k- mass of children never becomo
i. bookkeepers, or merchants, or
hankers, but their-linos of life will
>n, lead thOmn among business transac
tion of this busy world.
A special commercial oducati on
M. is found inl the commercial schools,
but a liiowledge of tho legal rules
ofhtisiness ought to ba found in R
A..th common schools.
It was announced in the last Mn
>h- JoURNAL that a Teacher's Institute
w. would ho hold at Pickgns. corn
moncing next Monday the 15th in- the
stant. Also, thIt the public
J. schools woeuld not open until the T
'As teachers it is over duty to
>cr, attend and profit biy the institu
tionx given if we wish to succeed.
There are two many of us who
art, think that all that, is nocessary to ]
success ini the art and science is to che
pass the board and get a school,
,L. little dlruaming of the great re- J
sponsibility we assume, It is the
dluty of ev'ery t~eacher to attend, I
en- old and1( young, who desires to give -o,
R. the pupils that may he placed
in his charge the best instruction (
;hs, All trustees should attend that
or- they may see and learn what is be
ing done for the children so that
eld they may more ably assist in the
duties (if their oflico.
ave It is the duty of all the piatrons -
csof the public schools to attend who
the can ; since then children are af
fected by the good or had ideas
that the teacher may imbido, 0ob- A
sorb, or assimilate. aeg
tth. It is the dluty of both trustees proJ
uily and patrons to see that all teach- 189
ors employed by them attend, and in s
3th. more, it should be the duty of them
ruly some of the powers that be to see fort
that we profitedl by the attendance. (50
rem T1he State levies andl gathers a Ji
tax for school purp'Ioses and1( it is 80on1
isti- evidently the duty of all to see yet
cast that thle full beineli ts of I hamoney 12
uary is rece'ived by the pupils of thle ter
the froo schools1. "wil
the Duirinhg the last fourzi years the ing
tive Instiltutes oft Pickonis have boon And
the boitteri at tended(, ini pr1hoort jeon to the,
port no uhr Illned, than any c'ounity edl t
1no iln thle Staiit(. Shiall it be other- etc.
has wise ouw ? No, lets go. Tj
1 be - - . ~--- (listi
. Announcements. this
atos The nmany friends of C. HI. Car- thean
not ponter hiereby anno~unlces him as a veni
atos canid~ate for D~olegate to tho( Con.. ad to
the stitutionalI Convention, subject to tihe
of the action of thme white voteors in so im
ris the Democra tic pimary.N
The many friends of W. TV. Row- Co
be on hlereb~y airm'ounce him as a can
ary didato for dlolgate to the Consti- . j
rty, tuitional Convention, subject to the
eve. action of the white voters in the THEi
are Democratic p~rimiary,
00s PU!ZE OFFER. JIugl
Our farmors-should have good WI
hogs this fall, and we haveodocided ""it
to offer a premium, of five dlollars of y
in cash for the largest, any age, Th'
-hog, by November lat 1895; and ish
ib- three dollars for the largest oneoip"
ige' year old hog, and twvo dollars for me~,
ith the second largest-all persons ini at I
ed Pickonis county who will hereaf.. 5th<u
o., tOr' becomo) subscribers to THE he~
of JoURiNAL, or those who are already sabw
iat subscribers, and will pay up one grani
rm year in advance, are eligible. Go Oi
mein to feeding your hogs, and try for "on
ri- this prize. Remember the prizo
closes on November 1st. nn
summons for Relit.
STATE OF SOUTH AROQLINA,
County of Piokens.
ourt of COMnVn Plea'.
Ferguson,. ie 9 *3 right
d~ as Execitor 6f the last
11 and test~ament Of 7'. G,
rguson, deceased, and as
stamentary Trustee there
der, . Plaiti,
11 Mc~ai l, Amnia Dean1, Jns,
Forguson, Ava L Link, Au
stus 1). Ferguson, Baumol
Forguson and Itattio J.
Summons for Relief.
o Dofondants above named:
u aro hereby summoned and
ired to answer the com
it in this action, of which
py is horowith served upon
and to servo a copy of your
er to the said complaint on
subscribers at their office,
4 Court street in thie city of
nville, S. C., within twenty
after the service hereof, ex.
vo of the day of such ser
and if you fail to answer
omplaint within the time
)said, the Plaintiff in this
in will apply to the Court
clief demanded in the con
ted May 1st A. D., 1895.
. M. 1-r'wAn-, C. C. r. c.
[RAN, W ELLs, ANSEL, OTH
N & C. L. HOLLINGSWORTH.
the Defendants Anna Dean,
is M. Ferguson, Ava L.
, Augustus D. Ferguson,
.iel B. Ferguson and Mattie
3ase take notice that the
tnons and comnlflaint in this
n was filed in the office of
flerr of the Court of Con
Pleas for Pickens county
te 24th day of Ju.n11o A. DI.,
THRAN, WEL.s, ANSEL, COTI
C. L. Houi.InosworrH.
R THE PHOLKS.
ow i., the time to conisider
Te have a inrge lot of Glass
;, Earthen Jlars, Tinj Cans,
y Tumblers, and Sugar.
\lso H~on'ey and Hams.
fewv Straw lHats to oo
aper' than ever,
Tmbrellas and P~arasols,
L good stock of Summrn~
>ds of all le inds-Cheap!
)omne anid see uis, anid 1001<
>ug(h our houses.
W. T. McFALL.
[any persons in the County havy
ectedi to make returns of persomi
erty for the fiscal year 1894
5. The law requires the Audito
uich cases to assess the property o
e persons according to the best in
ation lhe can obtain and add fifta
per cent, penalty.
is very important that all per
who own machinery and have no
returned it should (10 so at once
[erchants commencing business af
t~he 1st of January art. require<
,hin thirty days after conmmenc
suchm business"' to "report to the
itor of the County, uinder oath
average amount of capital intend
Sbe employed in such business
me poll lists are now ready foi
ibution and wvill he mailed fron
office. Trustees will please makti
necessary oorrections and retu ri
I to the Auditor as soon as con
mnt. Wh'1en new names are acdd
the list Trustees will please insert
full first name, this will prevent
any double entries.
unty Auditor, Pickens County.
J1 B Nm*wuminya, Esqujiire, Prob~ate
inreas J1 M Stewai t, e e P, hasR made
to iime to grant nimn Letters oif A d
g ratioun of the est~ate of and effects~
'narren 1) E'dens, dceaseR I.
ese a Theireforeoto cite and1 admion
til and singular the kindred an
tors of the said Warrren D) Edens,
15sed, that they bie iand appear before
in the Court of Probate, to be hield
'ickens Court ifouse, 8. C., on the
lay of August next, after publiention
>f, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
cause, if an~y they have, why the
Adminstration should not b(
'en undelr my 111nnd(, thIs 22d day of
1895 in the 119) year of our Inde
ucAL) J II Nciwnsav, J P P C.
THE BIG RAILROAD' .WRC TC
Now For -the Bargains.
Never Has Such An Opportutiity Been Offered to the People
of Greenville and Vicinity.
Think of It.
"10 Car Loads of Goods.
E0,OOO -"- "oTOni .
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, 8
Two Thousand pairs Best Shoes, all kinds. tin
Sixty-Five Hundred pounds best Plug Tobacco. All
Large lot Smoking 'tobacco.
Laige Stock Millinery Goods,
Thousainds of other things cannot mention here. Come, AD
for the BJG SALE is for you.
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