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CAMPAIGN AT CENTRAL,
e neeting at dentral was late specifying,
it fifty people collected at the school
)luo about 12 o'clock to hear the candi
ktes In the primary for the constitutional
MXilen00. The candidates are: W. T.
W. T. Field, R. F. Smith, Fred
I e, John H, Bowen and Laban
n. Dr. H. 1F. Smith having to leavt
a-theoorth bound train briefly and plain.
steted his position on a few of the ques
Capt. John H. Bowen said we are con
'onted with the most serious qIstion wi
ave had In a long time. I was in favoi
f a convention years ago when all wai
eace and quiet In the State, but wa
gainst its being held at this time. But I
i on us.
The questions are suffrage, free behools
nd the homestead. Election laws hav
ot to bear alike on both white and black
L law may be made to appear this way
and still not be fair in its practical lppli
ation. I was sure Goff's declsion 'wouh
in set aside. I am opposed to any electioi
aw that needs fraud to carry it out. W4
!an afford to have a fair election law WI
nust have it, and yet the white man musi
m1d will rule this country. We can rule thi
iegro without fraud. We can make hin
rote our way. I have tried It and I know
low it works. A race so dependent can
tot rnIe us. I will not have the negro t<
omO into decide a question between me
nd my neighbor. Let every body coin
nto the primary. This is the plan to pici
ur men. We can find them to make f
onstitutLion that will suit us all. Th
omestead ought to be reduced, not blot.
d out. Amount should be made smaller,
nd absolutely unsalcable by anyone. 'Th<
xcuse for the lien law, is that it gives Ih
oor man credit. But Georgia repealed I
nyhow, and she heard no more of It. I
ic landlord had to be trusted for suppliej
c can get them for his tenants cheaper
'he lien law ought to ho abolished. lh
omestead encourages reckless speculation
'lie mnen who could have the benelit of ti
omesteid nearly always niortgnge It, s4
6 goes at last. Thu plan of allowing cael
ax-payer to say what school his ta
hal go to woulk be dserimtination all
ould not stand the test of the federal coli
titution. Blti suppose we have no fre,
chool. The north set the negro free an<
t feels responsible for his education. I
ve don't pretend to do it the milionares o
he north and congress would senid thei
noney down here and give the negro bet
er schools than the whites have, and th<l
iegro would soon be over our children
>esides the world wivil fIuiwI Oil US1 fI
>iing niggardly towards the negro, lie vil
ive on half rtions11 and Walk live miles t<
ehool. White children will not do this
Ye must. have ai liberal free school fund.
1) reply to it question he would not advo.
ae a ihonmestead half as large as the pres
it. It shotuld just. be large enough to en
ble the 1nnan to subsist till lie could do
mIietlhing. T1his is not a piolitical question.
e all want the sanme thing. We Want a
1)od constitution. Neither faction "can
urt the other without hurting itself. I
In here to commit as iany as possible of
ic voters of both factions of the prima.
y. 111 wits to make a pledge here anti
id it wrong I would not he bound b13
Laiiban Mauldlin : When I came I hid no1
ccided to run, but I have Icen enitC'IOUrage<
o make a race, and will let you know hov
stand. On the suiTrage I favor white su1
iremitcy without isfranchising a singl
vhite man. I don't know what I wouli
Io. I rat her favor the Mississippi plin
Ve cannot maintain so many colleges
,et the 8outh Carolina college ind citide
o and the others stand. The tax-paye
an 1Say to whit school his money shall go
do not, think this would be c.mntrary L4
lie federal constitution. It cannot be set
led till carried to the courts. If uneonsti
aueoonal we will have to aidopt some othe
>Ian. But 1 amn in favor of a bette~~
son sstemif we have to hlelp the iicgr
niore. lieI ought. to be edluntedl out of th
eniitentiariy. T1hue honmestead oiughit to b
educed. As It si tands it is against thI
toor manll. ilis credit is hurt so lie hai ta
~o to the nmerchiant for his goods. Poc
nan hias nothingir but his labor. WVithi
~:00 honmesteadI he will lie better oil
t'ou wIll still need a lien law. $300. wouil
inake (one owned~ by a heep more men, ani
hey coulhi helpi eacha othier wiith their cred
ts. A small homestead wiill p~rotect lh
voment and children, and they must be pre
ected. Co~nstiution1 shioul providie I ihn
1ny citizIenl wh'o Is in employ of ia corpor
lioni should( be ineligible to a seat in th<
4egislature. The scripture says ''ye car
ot serye (God and mammion." The Dii
ensary should not be putt in the (constir
ion we mlight want to change to prohibi
ion. Th'lis shoui1ld be left lothie Legislatur<
supported dispensary as a step towvard.
Fredt Williams: Would lIke to hav
and a large audience. I hiave voted an
rgued as a reformer, but am a Caroliniat
Ye needl not fear any race getting abot
is. We have got to meet numbers wit
ntelligence. The hill of rights is ster<
ypedl. Legislature should meet once I
we years on a slary per member of $1C
ier dienm and mileage, and let him sha
here six months if lie wants to. H~onu
itead should be confined to the number I
amily, $50 per head for each child. Th
viii always provide protection for wvome
d1( chIldren. I come before you with se
led coinvictions on this subject. Allos
henm the honmestead in their finery if t
vant it. As it is it makes a man disho1
mst, makes him want to speculate. Hant
(nown one neighbor to hiomtesicadi anothi'
uit of a home. That Is not just ali
right. Go'vernmor's termi should lie for fmi
fecars. Jury system shiouild remain as iti
supreme Court Judges shouhl( 1)e elecC
by the peep1le for twvelve years oine toy
aut every four years. The pteople shoul
vole directly for clrcuitl judlges If we eni
have a majority of white votes in ene
judicial district. The Pr obate couirt shioul
be substituted by a county court to atten:
to the duties of Probate court, Scho<
Commissioner and Supervisor's duties.
wvouldl have a leading market roadl kept ui
by a tax on property. Others should I:
kept up by it per capita tax. I watt
give the Legislature great latItude..]
thould classify the roads. TIhie ad~ valorei
ax should keep upi tihe mami market road:
['he big factory should pay accoriniig I
lie valu te of its pr'operity. Legislatur
hould make the most possible out of th
Two races on the State--one suiperiol
lie othier inferior. Wuhite man brougli
egro hero. We have to p~rovidle for th
ivo races. Shall we make the negro vot
i down the vote of the white man, an<
topardlize the rights of our chIldren?
tvor the,.Mississlppl plan. We canno
arve hirm 01ut, one negro can starve on
tywhite mecn. We have tried fraud an<
dto try it. It is not fraud to gli
illiterate white mani a vote and deni
to the negro. Any lilliterate whito
an lias more intelligence than a negro.
e have got to manage the negro, andl
hi do it. We must settle this question
*d not leave it for our cildren to settle.
There are ontly 7,750 words in the U. 8.
mnstItution; there are 16,000 in ours.
I advocate a limit of $3.00 1)0l1 tax. All
rporations shahl pay a just and equitable
are of taxes.
The educational question is next in imt.
rhance to the suffae.,.
We have school di trlets. Tfhey could
classed as W and 0-whtite and colored,
d let them vote for trustees and have the
v to say where each one's tax shall go.
cere Is no discrimination where there is
dIstinction. It is not' dlscrimtinuating
each one to say what school shall have
Stax. I am opposed to the State paying
Shigher education. It should l uste do
sugh to get its share of the Hatch Ftnd,
e have fine institutions costing us $160.
3. It Ia discrimination to send one chIla
college and anmother hOt,i By kceeping up
school at Rock Hill we break down other. d
just as good. Do not want dispenseary nut
In constitution, but want it to be constitu. c
tional. Tho profits should go to the pub.
lic schools. I don't want any one to vote
for tme because I am a reformer but vote
for me on my merits. o
The speeches of W. T. Bowen, Dr. W. o
T. Field and It. F. Smith were over when
the SENTINRI, scribe reached the ground 1J
and discovered tile audience. We are very f
sorry to have missed these. They favor a
modification of the homestead, a stringent r
but honest election law and a liberal Irec
A good crowd collected by 11 o'clock.
W. T. O'Dell called the meeting to order. I
Dr. Fichis was the first speaker. iHe
3 briefly outlined the importance of a proper
constitution to hedge about the Legislative 1
department. The first is suifrage. Who
shall vote? We must have white supre
m macy. We must control. The colored i
vote is 40,000 majority. They well nigh
i ruline( the State once with a debt of $18,
000.000. We must arrange an election (
law to control that vote. There are many
plans by which we can fix this. South
Carolina is unwise to try to maintain five y
colleges. It is claimed that we have spent
$1,000 per student, per year at South Caro
lina college. Liberty township (lid not
have any more than $800. I said I would i
oppose any money going to any college,
but we should give enough to soe0e college
to get the benefit of the Hatch and Morrill t
We should have a homestead law. Texas
hals till iron clad one of $2,000 not to be (
waived. Georgia will let you waive down
to $300. Alabama also. I think homestead I
should be reduced. Wish it had been sub- 0
mitted to the people. 'ihe greatest men
i ace to ourI county now is concentration of t
wealth. If homestead will prevent this it
ought to be maintained. If we had been
true to ourselves all nations woul have I
adoptel our formi of government. France
llas done so. Monarchies are wrong. I
i think I have covered the most important I
points. I think we should have bieinial
I sessions of the General Assembly. Would
- thus save $125,000 every alterniate year.
The free school questionl is knotty. The
I colored people now get. $10.00 to whites a
f $1.00 of the school fuld. There should
f be a f3.00 poll tax to make them pay their
r* share to educatioi of their children. One $
- mill coist itltiotnil tax is enougI sIpple
mented with poll tax. Constitution rc
tjuires schools to be openi ten months in the W
year. But it is not done. At leat a two
I dollar poll tax shiouhl be required. The a
colored teole1h show they intend to have tj
their share -is they wvill go any distance to
school. The Rock 1Hill sehool is important b
and shoult1d alive as tuech laid as schools fo' n
boys. We owe the ladies everything. We
are just w hat they nmiake ts. 'rying to be 0
worthy of the best nuakes us whatt we are. p
Ani for female suffrage if necesstiry to
save our goveniment. The Bible justifies ti
divorce. Our law is too rigid on that
point. South Carolina is alone in this,
but schi a law is no hobby of mine. One
point On lwhich I amn emi:hatic. Counties,
towns and townships should be prohibited t
froiml "iving tid to railroads. Such taxes
are rouibery. Thie benefits are not eveii, t
and this makes it uujust. Besides there
i are more roads now than commerc de.
)Dr. It. . Smith: A voice I"That is Frank." M
South Carolina is a state of which anyone
I niight well he proud. Not on account of
the genial clime or fertile soil, but for the
character of her people. But there seems
I to be little interest in her present velfare. r
r They do not seem to realize the importaneJ
of the cotistitutional convention. 16, I
affect alike tie rich and tie. of -
-ounitai.s to tho sQ.We should see that
- the 1inmldJ ,-' law is founded inajimst ice
Em 'righti and pr'oper men~ should be sent, to (
e make this Constitution. Th'le questionis are
a suffrage, pulhic schlools, higher education
o tand the homestead. 1 hardly know whlat
e to say about, sutffrage', butt I waniit Sothl
e Carohnat to be governied by her white men,
>and she wilt he thius governed. I am for
r justice to thme negro. The plait to acconm
Li plli these objects is theo one I wtant.
.'There aire objections to the MIssissippi
.1 pltan. Our' presenlt law Oil that is good and
.1 constitutional. Would inot, commit myself
- to details of any13 plani till I heard it vent i
e lated. I am for a liberal free school sys
temn. Ignorance is our greatest enemy.' 1
t am in favor of higher education, andt the
-constitution should require the law-muaking
power' to provide for at least six months I
- school. I am11 ill favor of a two dollar poll
-tax and mote if nlecessary. Make the cal
-culationi and see what is necessary to mtake
-it. Clemlson must be kept' running, but
.three-fomt Lbs of the boys there are of pa
s rents wvho would have sent tliemi to school
anyhow. I believe ill the mechanical part
o of it, but there is much bosh itn the agricul
di tural diepartmietnt. I cainnot sutpport home
.steaid to get votes. I must be hoinest in
0 presentimng mty objetions. The homestead
h is wrong in prinacple, destroys confidence,
i- anid rewards fraudo. We wanitt our soil dlec.
n oratedl with honest metn,thie noblest work of
0 God. The lien hawt wvas born1 of it and wvill
y fall wvithi the homestead. In a tiade for a pig
-on a credit thte hlomlestead encourages one
n to rolb the othler; It just makes a foot ball
ls of hoinor tand encourages rascality; youl can
in buy nothhtig on jour honor or your face,
but ont a paper(~ you sign Oil youtr little prop.
v crty. It keeps the poor1 man from usimg
y whabtt little lie has. it makes a fight betweetn
I- those who sell and those who buy on a
e credit; in priniciple a man's ht at should be
~r security for his word, but i do not believe
d at maln should tie stripped. I w oul~d pitt it to
r houtsehtold furniture and enough to eat till
i. heo conl ''do aboutt"; this would make
dI them consider when they promised antd
0 whecn they3 (did pr'omise they wouldiper'formu.
dI Thle cedioht system is ruintittg the country. It
nt is said homesltead~t~ prmotcts widows atnd oir
hi phams-it robs more thtan it protects, tand~
it thtey canl be pointted outt. If we were till
dI rIght mat hmeait, the state wold~ soon1 be alt
l right. If electedl to conlvenltionl, I woul~d
I vote atgainlst anything thamt wvas unjust.
p Seventy-five per ent imnterest is not right,
e amid nuo one will charge it who htas a prtoper
o feelimng for his nbeighblor. Poverty does not
A miake ai itman dishoinest, mnot' does muoncy
a matke a genmtlemani. (Thme supemiker could
m. inot relyh to some qitestions as tme was up.)
IDispensary shmoukd he left to Legislauture.
o W.T owenm: WVe have ai constitution
e~ senit ius fr'om the North. We wanit one of
oiur own. T'hc ne ro has beet) freed, and
, giveit his vote an thus putt tihe contitu.
t tionI on ius. We have bien trying a long(
e time to get this coinvention. 1 have not
it outline~d thme cou-se I shaill pursueli if elect..
1 edl. Theme will have to be conlcessionl and1
[ cempromnlso. No one will get ini all Ito
t wants. Tncii preseitt schmool systeml is bet
ltr than weo had before the wvar. Thien the
I chikidreni who were helped were looked
d (owni uponi - not so now. Dispensary
should iiot be piut it theo constitutioni. The C
law-makinig power should manage that, so a
we can repeal it, if we (do not like it.
There should be a $2.00 poll tax and ntot
more thani 8 mills tax on property.
I too would have liked for the home- -
s11(qteadQetmon to have beemn submitted
to thme people. I never Itought it helped
the rich mant. It is larger than it should I
be. It shiotld be emut downa half.v
ElectIons should be held only every four 6
years. ThIs hs suifhlloent. Judges shtould s
hold1 sIx years. The people should hava'r
all thte rlghts and privhleges they want, biut S
judt(ges shtould not, be undeor obligations to
individuals. Thtey should ho 'chosen by g
Legislature amnd kept above p~artisan influ.
Schools should ho run at least six mon this.
Two dollars out- of five go to colleges. til
The schtools.shiould have It. South Care- si
hina Oollege and Citadel should not .be a
longer supported by the people. Clemson
.colego is not strongly advocated by mer
bUtt is hore and we should give It and dm
7enk 11il1 something. But the State -has U
-he Peo TiI
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TIURSDAY, JULY 25, 1895.
GO To TIIE POLLS.
The Democratic primary for the
iomination of Democratic canidi- 0
lates for membership m the COn- 11
titutional convention will bo held t
iin July 30-a week from Tuesday. a
1vory Democrat in South Caro- i
ina who is loyal in the party or
tanization should vote in the pri
nary and roll up such a vote as i
vill show that mndpendentism has
lot a ghost of a chance to thrive
ind prosper in South Carolina.
'An ounce of prevention is worth
i pound of cure ;" a light vote in
he primary will encourage the In
lependents to run tickets in the
;eneral election, and while wo
cnow such tickets would bo defeat
d, it is better to pile up such a
rote in tho primary as will (is
-ourago the Independents and keep
m10111 from making a fight.
Tho members of thocontitittion
II convention will have vast Pow
rs and1( these should Inot bo On- "
,rusted to them lightly. Every g
vhite voter in the Stato should go a
1o the polls and cast his ballot for 1
Ihe mon who most nearly advocate
ihose things he wishes incorpor
tod in the new Constitution. Lot
-ho imembers of the convention 10
3hosen by the fullest possiblO vote
>f the white people of the State
md because of the accoptability
>f thoir views of the voters, and
.vc guarantee that the new Consti
-ution will give greater satisfac
ion1 than in any other case.-Co- t
Little more of conqulest s?' n
oft for the bleve'lo oti~ "- .naiI
am~ and his fiery tayus
as gave been1 subd(ued. Two Tndians
.m horseback were cutting up cal
pers in) Pendtletoni, Or., last wook
md1( br)1oko( sovoral city ordinanices
inl a Iow inlutes. Marshall Means
started to arrest theml, and1 the In-~ I
.lians put spur's to their horses and
mado(1 l'or tho prlairie. The Mar
shmall is ani oxpert bicyclist, andl he
mounted his wheel, and, with one
hand grasped tihe handle bar and
tile other clutching his gun), lhe I
put after the fleeing redskins. lie
fore he had reached the city limits
he had wingod one, and a fewv hun
dred yards further he caught up
with the other and broughit him
bac1k in triumph.
Three half-breed Cherokoo In
diains, man and wif'e and a little
girl, walked into Kansas City last
week, the woman bairefooted, drag
ging a small huckster's cart on
which was piled a curious assort
ment of household effects. The
man said ho wvas Bill Smith, and
that they wvere making their wvay
to the Indian Territary, to take up
their abode in the Cherokee Na
tion. They had walked all tihe
way from Abbyville, Va., through
West Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois,
and Missouri, a distance of 1,100
miles, and were going to enter thle
Nation by way of Coffeyvillo, Kan.,
a distan ce of 350 miles more. Then
womlan, hler husband said, had
hauled tihe cart thle entire dis
- ~ - . -t
Phliladelphia has suffered great
ly lately from the caterpillar pest I
in her par'ks and public squares,
and now a new pest has arrived si
there, whuich is proving much more i
troublesome to indlividual citizens. ai
It is a spider, said to be of "a new an
ipecies" u~ ith~ a remarkably poison- 'E
:>us sting. It has appeared among '
the trees in nearly all the p)ubhic0
squaros, and many citizens have
been bitten or stung by it. The c
auperintendent of tihe Penn Treaty
square was so badly stung on the PC
11044.recently that it swelled to be
an.enormous size, and he was a
obliged to have it treated by aI
It ls reported in New York that lii
an immense trust is about to con- eu
tro1 phiosphato latids ln this State,.I
Fotl na Tennee.
one enough of this kind of work.
Our present election law is good and th<
nutitution -sh1ould conform to it.
Judge Wilson, ot Cincinnati
id while passing on an alimonN
Pse, "that any man who turned
1 all his salary to his wife is 1
>ol." The Milwaukeo Journal
)marks: That might be true ol
rime men who were unfortunate
3 marriage, but the married mar
rho acts 8n that dictum will misk
is figure nineteen times out o
wenty. Women are, ans a rule
riore careful with money thai
nen. They are botter traders and
uore inolinod to lay up something
han men. A large proportion ol
leposits in saving banks are mad(
>y women, many more than by
non. This tolls tho story.
- - ~ . ------mw* _
Tho west has always boon ricl
n queer niames, and very ofter
hey are brought into quiant jux
aposition. A Mr. Somors and i
lis Winters, were married al
lottonwood Falls, Ian., a fow dayi
go. A passongor train running
ut of Sedalia, Mo., has a conduc
or named Light and an engineoi
amed Arey, a great combinatioi
or a fast breozy run. Prof. Way.
ack of Missouri, is advertising al
lound City, Mo., as a music teach.
Mlr. W7idenor, the Philadelphii
Lroot railway magnate, it is all
onnced, "stands roady to pay
1000,000 to anyono who will in.
it all eloctric car fender that
ill actually provent loss of life
ind limb." Evorything comlies tc
ose who wait. People who havc
Den waiting for a chanco to makc
konoy easy will please lake ai notc
f M r. Widner's address, Philadel
tin, and send on their contribu.
ons. Good hick to you all I
The Birmingham News says thp
ianufacturers who wero prItec
onists two years ago , id peti
oned the Alabama ielegation ii
engross to voto fe'' and fight fo
rotoction to t e coal and iron ar
,oil satisfiO(' under tho oleratio
f tho De' iocritic tariff law. I
act, 01 rO has boon an absolut
.-sal I of sen tim1ont ill that soC
ion wiith regard to protectio1
ineo the belneficial offects of dem1
cratic tarif' reform havo booi
Thoe Governor has offered a re
vardl of $250 for the arrest an,
onvictioni of the lynchers of Ir
rohnson0, the noegro) who was re
ently lynched ill Greenville. HI
leso offered a reward of $101
or the arrest and conviction o
he mnurdelrors of Constable Petti
~rew, and a like reward for the ap
>rehentsionl anld conviction of Holn
y3 Piestor, who killed James P
n~iox in Nowberry county.
rThe secretary of a big irrigatio
~onvention called to moot at Goot
and, Kian, last week, was proveni
>d from being present because (
uis inabmility to reach the town o
Lecounlt of hligh wator, caused b
Tihio many friends of Labai
lIauldlin hereby announco him as
~andidato for Delegate to tile Con
titLutionlal Convontion, subject t
ho action of tile white voters m:
~he D~emocra tic pri mary.
'The many friends of Dr. R. F~
Smlith hereby announce 1hun) ats
~andidato for Dolegate to the Con
titutional ConiventLion, subi!jet t,
he action of the wihito voters ii
,hio Democratic p)rjimary-.
The many friends of W. T.' Bow
m hereby aninou~nce him as a can~
lidato for Delegate to the Consdi
utional Convetion, subject to f,h
cetion of the white voters in Lh
3)enocra tic p)rimlary.
The many, friends of W. TI
'iold horobhy anniouncos himt as
andidato for Delegate to the Con
ho action of the white voters i
lhe Democratic primary.
'rie many friends of Frodl Wil
iams hlereby annaunce him as
andidate for D)elegate to the Con
titutional Convention, subject t
lie action of tho white voters in
he Democratic primary.
Have You land for Sale?
n small or large lots. If so, sen<
ithiout delay dlescription and1( pric
> Hartwell M. Ayer, editor of th
Late Hand-Book, Charleston, 8. (
Ltato whether thero is water powe
1(d howv grgati'or minerals on thb
ud; whether therb is a railroad o
svigable streai I-near. A specjia
atuire will b)0 wade of lands for salI,
this State, and from the wide
road attention the book is oven not
tracting there is every chance o
aching a customer through it. Ad
ess Hartwell M. Ayor, Editor Stat4
and.Bonk. Oharlaston, R. 0.
THE BIG RAILRM
Now For t
Never Has Such An Opporti
SW" 10 Car I
17,820 Yards Calico.
20,000 Yards Dress Goods
10,000 Yards Lawns and 4
10,000 Yards Shirtings um
4,000 Suits Clothing for 1
Three hundred dozen Shir
Four Hundred Dozen Boy
Five Hundred Dozen Lad
*Two Thousand pairs Best I
Sixty-Five Hundred poun(
Large lot Smoking 'obac<
Large Stock MI-linery Go(
Thousands of other things
for the BJG SALE is for yo
The One (
of farming gradually exhausts the
high percentage of Potash is us
larger bank account tan only then
Write for our ' "Farmers' Gui(
is brin fu of useful information f<
--ill make and save you money.
Notice of Intention to Clail
To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Banister S. L-nch, as guardian n
litem for the minor children of Jol
F. Stewart, deceaFed, has applied
0 me and filed in my office a Petitia
- praying for a Homestead exenpti(
for said children, in the real and pc
sonal estate of thieir fatlher, the sa
John F. Stewart, deceased. The sa
i Petition wvill bo passed upon in ni
office at Pickens Court H-ouse, S. (
on the .31st day of August, next,
- 10 o'clock. a. m.
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
S This 22d July 1895-ju25w5
3 Eitationi Notice.
TI IE S'TATEI OF( )CTIl CA(I It()f.1 NA,
By Jl B Niewii 1ny, Esquire, Proe:ba
.W'hereas .1 M Stewat F, c e I' hasi ma<
- -1 uit to me1 to granit 11im Letter of$1 A
. iisti ratio o f (ithe est a te of andi (ffee
-Thiese are Thecrefore to cite and1( admno
ish all and singular thle kindred mi
creditors of' the said Wairrreni I) Edeii
(deceasE~ed, that thley he and appear beo
a me, in the Court of Probate, to be he
-at Pickenis Cour't Iouse, 8. U., on I;
5th day of August next, after publient<
heroWf, at 11. O'CloCk in the forenoon,
fshow cause, if any they have, why t
said Administration should not
y(iven unider my hland, tis~ 22d day
June11 1895 in the 119 year of our Int1
[sslen] J1 B Nniwmnm, 3 P P C.
THll ESTATE OF soUTH CAIROI[NA,
COUN'rY Or PIcKENs$.
m By .J. B. N~wnERYv, Esq., Probat e .Juidy
Whereas, Mrs. S. G. Onts and Wmn.
Oats made(1 suit to me to grant them k
- ters of adm~iinistration of the estate
) and effects of TIhiomas Watson, decease
1 These are' Therefore to cite anid admo
ih all and1( singular the kindred and ere
itors of t he said1 Thomas Watson, dcceni
ed, that they be andl appear before me,
-the C'ourt of Probate, to be held at Pie
i ens Court I louse, S. C., on the 9th (lay
- A4 ugust, next, aft er pub1llient ion hereof,
11 o'clolk ini the foreniooni, to show cau
if ay t hey hav e, w hy thle' said Admiini
i traitioni should not be grateud.
GIiven unmderm iiy Iland, this 22d day<
July 1805 ini t he 120Jthi year of our Inod
pendemice. .J. 11. NE w itEny, J.P'.I'.C
FOR THE PHOLKS.
~ Now is the time to con)sidt
- the Fruit Question.
~ We have a large lot of GLa
Jars, Earthen Jars, Tin Cant
Jelly Tumblers, and Sugar.
1 Also H~oney and Hams.
A few Straw Ihats to g
cheaper than ever,
U lmbrellas and Parasols.
A good -stock of Summ<
Goods of all kinds-Ceap
Come and see us, and loo
through Our houses.
W. T. MoFPATL
W WIECK STCCK!
inity Been Offered to the People
e and Vicinity.
of It. o
.oads of Goods.
I Sheetings. e
[on, Boys and Youths.,
es, Misses and Men's Hose,
3hoes, all kinds.
ls best Plug Tobacco. Al
cannot mention here. Come, A2
B DICKSON A
GREENVILLE, S, 0. 8.
land, unlets a Fertilizer containing a
ed. Better crops, a better soil, and a
le," a 142-page illustrated book. It
>r farmers. It will be sent free, and
.i KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New York. }
n1 Summons for Relief
TrEl STATE (IF SOUT1 CARIt
County of Picke
Court of Common Pleas
u John Ferguson in his own I
0 and as Executor of the last
and testament of J. G.
Ferguson, deceased, and as
Testamentary Trustee there
Sarah McFall, Anna Dean, Jas.
M Ferguson, Ava L Link, Au
tgustus D). Ferguson, Samuel
B. Ferguson and Mattie J.
Ferguson, D)efendants. V
Summons for Relief.
To~ the D~efendants above named:
}You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the comn
u. plainlt in this action, of which
a COPY 1s hierewith served up)on
'you, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the saidl compl)aint on
the subscribers at their office,
No. 94 Court street in the city of
'Greenville, S. C., within tw~enty
Sdays after the service hereof, ex.
1(a clusive of the da~y of such ser
a. vice; and if you fail to answer
n' the complaint within thme time
Saforesaid, the Plaintiff in this F
te action will apply to the Court
for relief demanded in the com..
e- Datedl May 1st A. D)., 1895.K
(JOTHIRAN, WELLs, ANSEL, COTH- yo
RAN & C. L. HOLLINGSWOwRTH.
} Plaintiffs Attorney.
e: To the Defenc' nts Ann a Dean, 10
. ames M. F"erguson, Ava L.
t- Link, Augustus D). Ferguson,
SSamuel B. Ferguson andl Matti<e
- Please take notice that the I
a'- Summons andl complaint in this
" action was filed in the office of
Sthe cer]' of the Court of Comn
it mon Pleas for Pickens county
on the 2 Ith (lay of June A. D).,
- AN & C. L~. HIOLLITNOsWOJRTI.
Writong an Advertise
mont that appeals to
tho Public is not an easy
thing to do; but those
w ho avail themselves of
seeing our Goods are al
ways satisfied. Dry
Goods, Notions and
Shoes are all specialties
with us. Very especial
.ly are ladies and child
ren's Oxford Tfies. Those
are worth more money
today at the factory
than we a' s selling
A. K. PARK,
DRY OODS AND SHOES I
0 15 Pendiletoni St., Greenvll~e, S. C.
~,Notice to TrespasserS.
Biy reason of recent <lii mages from peorsonis
in trog my pastuires, all peLrrns are
heIireby notfiet ee offf ,my lm x
. ain postal permit from mec.
C. L.. Hollingsworth.
Mny 99,1 1895
3Ireonyfif6 .* O* ~ kn~ ~
Attorey at Law,'
Pickens, S. .
WJPractice in all Courts. nch28tf.
rUS E. Bo0Gs. T. J. MAULDIN.
eb28m6 - Plcens, 8. 0.
!R. ROBERT KIRKSEY
- Physiolan and Surgeont
ice at his residence Main Street.
iarch 8, 1894
R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W. M. NvooD, Assistant. Oilce,
Main Street, Greenville, 8. 0.
an. 9, '92 y
11. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gren.,
villo, 8. C. Oflico over Addison &
Gee's Drug Store.
Painless Extraction of
o eonstitutoinl or toxic oflect; No
e mouth; No slogilng of g1ms; Some.
hg now; Absolutoly safe and patiless.
work guaranteed as represented by
J. I). (URETiON, Dentist.
1E CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
Marble and Qrnito MoAnuinti,
iWISTONES, of every description
Jso. MANTrELS, STATUARY, VASES
I Wrought Iron FE NClNG, Greenville,
- Sept. 19, '91.
f you want the finest PICTURES made
.1 State, go to
113 McBec Aveune Greenville, S. 0
0&- Crayon Portraits a specialty
Your patronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Repairing of all kinds of Saws
C. Mauidin, Proprieter.
WE PAY CASUl!
r H ides, Beeswax, Tallow
WVE sell harnes~s Leatheor, Upper
ps, Calf Skins, Sheep Skins, Lace
ather, l lame Strings, mn any amount,
GO WEll & GOODLETT, 4
1. Main street, Gireenville, S. C.
R emnember that you can get the
omo1 and Farm" and rE PlcoP'LE'
UJRNAL one year for $1.25.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
Fatal diseases result from -
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
av tounor appvtat
Browns. andcnt ok
Iluge st relia
* ties cure-beu efl
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood .
Malaria, Nerv'ous almsents
sig yes and k--- two
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