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The People's Journal.
T. C. ROBINSON, Editor.
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THlURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1896.
Thebank of Lancaster is short
a few thousand dollars, owing to
Unwiso investmonts by the cashier
in futures, but it will do busiiess
at the samo stand and the cashier
will probably continue his absence
from tho scones of his youth. A
few of th county dispOnmsors are
short in their accounts and their
hondsmon will b(, short in their
cash, but tho disponsary system
will remain all tho samt a thing
of joy to its friends and a constant
cause of irritation to its onolics.
Afying to th law a biding
aidithougltfu t . .f, hat he aT
torney-general is procemdilg to 6n
force the law 1against th disl)o11
sors, whi1 o ha1ivo violated the law
and imposed uponi the110 confidence
of their friends.
It will strengtlien the Reform
imoveieit to lot the peoplo of th
Stlate understanid, that tl 0 Cllicors
of the law will do their duty and
show n o favors to any transgtess
ors, withoit regard to action ,lar
ty or lilly other previous 'oniClditioni
of servit(d(. The sum111 total of
the shorigos, as the llfiures now
givo, am1-ount t to at least seveni
thousand dollars, being dist-riblited
among eight colilies. It is a
good idea to put money Im circulM a
tion and it, is easy to ciriculat
some body's (1se liloney, but, it, is
hard on the hoidslieln in those
cases and it is (discouraginig to thei
frionds of the d ispenlsary systemi
to encounter such a disregardl of
the laiw by)) the dlispensers'i anid
such slack miantagemenit of tis
donpartnanit of( the( Stato's1 buIsiifwss.
Whilo all this shows upi iniz a had
firm andl imipar'tial wayt~, yet the0
other dispenisors need nmot be'
daned on that, aceount, nor the
dispits'ary sy'stemi 1)e doonwid to
deostruction. Thet l iuor queist:en
is n tough one0 at the best, and
exp)oted(, and1( wuiith th( e hst planis
and most51 ellicienit olicers, the a
fairs w ill niot move on withI ont iro
satisfactionl, bmut the Reformrers
should inisist ont a strict eniforce
mont of the law. 'iiThee is a charge
of apparentI secrecy alaouit thiese
dispensary short agos, witich is ino
doubt, withot' founidationi, and1
this shld1( urgote Ito mlicer's to it
full and thtorough legal inivestiga
tion of the cases, and1( to a spieediy
puntishment011 of thet gui lty pa rties.
EX--'D-E T. . MAOR EY
caused such at setnsation1 in P'ickens
county about iniiteetn yars atgo,
is back in South Carolina. VTe
court olliis anid attenidant s r'e
member his wild antd famous or
der for the captur'o of Lewis R.
Rodmond. T1hie sheri' aind his
p)osso were willinig to execute the
warrant and left to do thinr duty
and1 to on force the law in goodl
faith, but11 dloubtlRss felt they were~
going on a wild gooso chaso.
It was a good jokia on Pijckonip
county at the oxpense of the tax
payers, hut the newspapers Lad
something interostinig for their
readers and Judge Mackey was de
lighted with his patriotic and un..
wise labors. Judge Mackey after
an absence of fourteon years, is
happy again in South Carolina
and appears to be the same inter..
esting talker that lie was in the
stormy days of tihe Hampton camn
paign. For the last five years lie
has been engaged in farming in
France, but at present lie is devot
.ing his time to literary work.
3..Boyd Thatcher has pub~licly
declined to head the Democratic
8tate ticket of New York. Ho
was put there by D. 13. Hill to in
jure the chances of Democratic
niational ticket, but Mr. Thatcher
0lhows that he has more principle
wbb Mr, 11111l
Cscherm-Their eustics cind Neg
The word teacher may bo ap
died to a largo number of peopl d
kpon whom rests great roBponsi
Teachers aro divided into three 1
great classes; viz., primatry teach
>rs, (parents,) intermediate, (lit
rary,) and advanced teachers,
Those throo classes are divided
and sub-divided into i numbor of
smallor classos, of which time and
spaco will not pormit me to dwell
upon at presont.
Tho first or primary class of
teachors are pairents, butt as a rule
they dou't consider thomisolves
teachers tit aill. Thoy begin teach
ing children fatherly care and
mothorly lovo, almost as soon an
they aire horned.
Parents teach childron their first
lessons that they roceive. Later
otn they should hegin to toalclh
tem the groat, prilciplo of right,
and wrong 11 comlialnllded in the .h
It is their duty to teaicl tl(ir
cli ld(r1o piety, love, rect,, gont
tienless, temperanco obodiene and
truthfulness with all other rules
pertainlining to Inoralit'v. We
may then say thiat paroIlts at
teachert's lpon wilm rests tho Je
,qponsibilities of the first le sson s,
1111d o( wt ill havo to give a ail nc
ounit. ait, the juldgemet41 for. th('
performianco or negtlect of ttir
We see from tho fruits of (chil
drn t tIht paren tg havo no!gl tviiectd
ina ia rge tmels uro to do their diu (
ties, and1(1 have t1 otrayed their Ir
1,01ruS ted by God to them
Miervanitits. T''- aIo de , his
(i', secontd a nd * e' " Ott""
dlwti't' I'" C' t ." "
l ,., th - llp thteir' skirts
Ind hil .r nogligenco.
'iTey Soom to ho looking for
aird wvith Oxpctalititon of a great
promiise of blhssilgs for wit thley
have not dono, ra1ther. than. what
t1hy havo.( donle. With thoso con)I
siOlations t'hiey sit dowt for their
S111 to tako thoi. Iatise, depenling
on te suco4t anid t third chases of
teachors to iold 1 l o f )rt.,btt, thteir
nigligmico 1binigLs su11(dden01 destu'C
t ion .
'F1e interleild into or scold class
of tenlti'rs ae those whlto v m
pl tyeId to givo lit o alry inlst Iict io s
40 eb11ilo inl at co)llee.ivo body,
aifter till prieits have a111 anl p
portulity to give I ihei t heir first,
This class of toaclhi's lre4 (n
tru'lsts'd with tho caro1o childrenl
(f) inst rutct thoin for. bu1siness life
aid correct ho flt yit impressions
l yparents )n their young1
'hIIey have to dial witht childrn
01. 114a1ly very'ti d(egr'4o of clta rac
As tliis eliass of I teters have
to 1la1bo1 titicder disad(vanta~tges,wit h
1)a1lty (of the 11arei(tIs, I itcy stituId
th11orougly ppare11 4 i'-mselves 1.4
gi ve I ho host1 inttruc'i tions1 f'or tIte
d~ia'rent avocattotns of lif Cand to11 (
remodetlc1~ tito mistakes made by pa-1
1IThis inltrmodt4)1iatto class6' of toneh4'i
'irs are niot 011 ly re'spontsi b)1l. for
114ho buiss and5 11( eliira~erist ical
istruions b4IS ut. fotr the bodily I
But this class 1has also44 gofttn
ihi'td of its sadow a111d lost1 it
'lthey aret Car fromtt whtat, th'y
T14)o manliy oft tem are seekking
tihl lpay and( tnot. thle .Oecupationt
Thius class oft teaheri's shou01ld 'It
ganiiz/e loical asialtions11 Cotr mui
tutal inist ruons to1 1 ach other011)1 in)
order(I'11 l'Il to n-oar ttsle ho '45Iat ter'1
fotr their' dati ly work.
The atdvantced or fthitrd c'lass of .~
techor's ar the tC V41 prechrs who14
proclatimi Iti 'etna| t ruth 14) dv
the inistti1'titolts of' biolt lte olier
It devo'4lv'es upon0 this 'Ilass to e
tetachi righiteoutstess atnd ~ po(it out
(hi' wiay Lthat leads to 4't(ernal life1.
Th'lis class0 al so is resp1ontsibli4'
nieglect t~o do t heir dutly.
Comp11 lints tat they too( are'
tnegl igent1,and1 have'4 wand11(er'ed from
the paths of dutty and1( hiddont mt
the swamplls oIf darkness.
I 1f1a1r11hat1 too manity of them
are seokitng mtore etarnestly the AlI- 1
mnighity (dollar moro than the soul
sailvation of men't.
.We find that there arie deficient
clos im tall of theso class, cove1ren
with tihl shadows of heavy responi
I find 1no justifietntioni for nto
glect, caulsinig inflliciencios itt anly
(If thtOSo three classes. A willin.
noss of mind~ will be more accept
able than a justificationl of ignor
alice. There are some Oxcelptions 1
to all general rules, but those who
hiave made a study of this suibject
are obliged to admnit the applilia
tion of it to the majority of the
pecople included in till three of
Tro needs to lhe a genieral wak.
ening up to a sense0 of duty among
all three of these classes for it is
on thorn that the wheol of actiou
Lets all do somoe deep thinking
and put up fewer excuses.
J. M. L.
Snhseribe for the JOURNAL.
Here is an old plank from the
emoratiC platform of 1859, which
i right in hne with the Chicago
teclaration and even more radical:
"That congress has no power to
iharter a national bank; that we
)elieve such anl illstitution one of
leadly hostility to the best, intrest
>A thisi country, dangerous to mour
republican institutions and the hi.
n'ties of the people, al calcilate(d
to place the busin1ess o the country
Within the control of a concentrated
Money power and( above the laws
and will ol the people."
That declaration applies wvith al.
most, equal force against the present
national banking system, which
through close wsociation of tile ba"I;
an1(d co-operatioll inl their actions, is
Orentinig a conicentrtildI mnoley )ow%%eI
whIch I nlderta 1ke's to corder I l1it
legislation .shall he as it. desires, or
wVill precipitate panlies it wVill d11141 ruill
thousands of onr business mein.
Brockton Diamond .
Inasmuch ai Joe Manley tele
Iraitpied I is congniatlations to Alark
Hanna f' irsi atld to Major lcKinley
Lweiity - oui irs Iater., there seems
to be little <donbt ini his mi as to
who im the hlead tail, hid(e and tailow
>fr tho republican ticket.-Chicago
E x-( overnoir 1Ho ggw, of Texas,
predicts that Pahne11r and luckneor
wvill niot carry a single county in
Lo Lin ited stlos.
When the( people of St. Louis take
[0 ligtiitJrj ;.Zmor> N
nw iak mg B ryan'i h and we
vojidur that Iho M cKieivy imaige'rs
eel that, thil c:nolidate shold1 get
mt and sh4ow that. he i.4 runling.
Benl 11. Grillin co)1ond, is cor
Lainly a profeossional stnok mnan
Arou1111u( P ickens II . I Ie 1u11is po rfo"rmIIIed
> 1 200 swiino, al I of wIIivI siIrvivod
except, thvo and hias Ili. ooli t ill'(.(
11i los frimll cliv (!)IfrH. Ilifmlso ; auld
h)i t.his may be adhled 21, hi-ad 4
1at1,1n, fill (f wllioll sill'vive(d. Dimr
ilg salli po lod la( hi s ot' Il 11( h1ll)1
lor wvas, 1W".-So illet.
F'actory prices paid 1forI cotton
b~y 11o. Conl" alnd Iho e~mvillwod.
All th.oe willo jI iAll1t05lso fort iilizer
roin l mo this St-as ll i llI - aVo e(4)1
t,0lo llote's, tlo saill' 11i1il4, Ii paid
Inl COttoll delivoil-o at ('al oiilli,
S. c. A. J. Blonos.
All p<ersolls art.e I vrb warnledl It( .Jo
riI Illy 1.an1d, ill 'i kens141 countl4 y.
by 111-:lshin 1g , 1 u t in n. lin imi ber
> il an way teri m t he111 114. sailne.
poJAMFS Ki. KilMiSEY.
'(,llectio of)1 ta 11xis, tiscal your
t895-tI, in his~ office at Pielonis,
I 1)'9, wh(nl the fo14 lloig taxes will
Stale lax -la mills.
( )rdillany eolIity ta 121 :
Conlstitu'l school tax : "
Total1, 17 mills.
All able1( bodied05 m1on1 ho(twoon4 21
14d (it vI'ars of1 alge, eixcept 01(d
olier l aro11i liabil to 1pol1 tax.
A spjel'C11 2 il s will 1)e collect
dI inl I'la1vnard schlooldlistrict and1(
n thel townl 01 E'asloy.
I will bo at the following plalco)s
At, Prfators Nov. dlth until 11 ai.
A 1 Six Mile Nov. 4t bu a ftornioon.
Al. Norris Cotton Mills Nov.5th.
At Contral Nov. 6th.
A t Calhoun Nov- 7th until 12
At Liberty Nov. 10th.
At Easley Nov. 11 th.
Al. Cross Plains Nov. 12th until
1 a. m1.
At LLoopo)rs store NOV. .12th1, afi
At 11 llghes' storo Nov. .13th.
At P'umpkinutown,Nov. 1-1th un
il .12 mn.
A t Holly Sprin~gs Nov. 17th un
ii 11i nm.
At Eastatoc Nov. 17th. after
A t Milo Crook, Nov .18th until 12
Tho( commutat11 io ro a ~1td tax willI
Iso ho r~ceivedl at th() sam1o1 Limo).
A t tr01asu1rr's oflle laco .I of
ho timo1, unltil Dec. 31st., at whichi
imo1( the blooks will closa3. I will
>o compel led to 1loavo each pllace
I. thle timfo speOciIled inl ordor1 to
(oneh1 the next appo)in)timnt in
imo1. * RespectinIly,
J. T. Y ousantoon1 0,
Motice to Debtors and
All 1)ersons' hioldinig c)4 laisigainst the
state of D~an ie MIlls will presen'ut 11hom
o) the umIoer'sIgnled duily alttestedl by thel
st day of November~ for po ymen lt. A m'l
.11 pom~ons indebited to sahll estate munsti
naike paiymlent by thait da~te.
J. TP. Youmnannoon,
Bridge to Lot.
I will be at tho MadIden bridge
mi Twolvo Milo rivor on Tuosdaiy,
ho 18th (lay of Octobor, for the
)Urposo of lotting the contract for
.bill of bridge lumber and the
mUildmg of a bridge.
Bids will also be roceivod for 20,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We are now ready for you with a big stock of
FALL and WINTUI GOODS
We are proud of our purchases, and feel confident that thoy will
meet your approval. For six years we have been work
ing for your trade. We have studied and learned
your wants. We have bought
Dry Goods and Shoes!
To meet all of your wants, and by far the largest we
have ever bought.
We want to be Helpful to You!
And will do our best to prove to you that your best buy
ing interest centers here-that for every dollar
you spend over our counters, you will
receivo a just equiv alent.
We give you good GOODS
The Lowest Prices!
And polit'i attention.
Our Dress Goods!
IDepartminent is complete, with prices ranging from 10 cents to
02.00 pr y(ard. All the new weaves and colorings,
Triminiligs in Braids, -Jets, Velvets
WTe head the list on Linings.
C"old Weather is Coming!
Propd.o for it II time. IRed Flannels, White Flan nels, Twilled
,an!!(s, Plain l'lannels: a good heavy led Twill Iflai
nel fur 10 cents; our 20 cents Flainel
can't be heat.
Jeans" Jeaus! Jeans!
We have inepared Ifo Ill the boys, old and yolng, with Jen s
front 10 cenits to 5G cents per yarl. See oir 2) cCents
Jeans, an1ul if yo).l don't say it is the best. you
over saw for Lhe Imonev, we won't
say Jeans to y ou yuor.
h4es- Shoes. Shoes.
Ie'imember that shoes are to he worn by all Classes and con
<lition of nio, wonio and chitiren. We are reauly to supply
their vants. No man can down me t.n shoes, either in qiuitdity
or price. We do mot claim to be the only iman who sells good
shoes, but we do let the other man sell aill the sorry ones.
We can't toll you all in this advertisement, b)it call at our
store in the West End, and we will prove to you that this is the
place to do your trading.
(Greenville, S. C. West End.
Mlain Si reet, G * E ENV I L LEF, S. C.
I Inivce now re ilv f or s.ti d i llte
Ihats, .Ronnets and1( Caps,
Now has on sale, slample For L~tdlits, M isses~ an11 d lrn.
OOS 1oveh's at. l wi t piies.
~ialin Street, Gvreenville, S. C.
3,000 ( -Mns w. ('(. m,smn
Pair of Mien's, lioys', Woma'0,11ss
es and Chibdreni's Slhoes, factoysm n - s'liR e
piles, to be sold at less th~m anmif ae. AT TOR N EYS AT L AW I
tur'ers pricesl beinnig Febary111 liegen I, C. II., S. .
1st- Praciitice Inll Itlthe 'ouru.
Such chiances to buy chteip shoes a ni-I iIlp.
Onily comeIs on1cC a yeari, and no0w 1s l.J. P'. (CAL1812,, Dentist Gre--n 1.
your timne to Secure l Iirg.itn. ComeC Me(t~~ Iriu Store.)iieoe dio
and see before Ihe s'ees aret pickedl -L.NHO)),l~t~
ouit and~ sold. I)W. M. NGonwoon, Assistant. Omeie,
584 Matin StLreet, GrIeenlville, S. C.
The Factory Shoe Store. "1QjVjg
tiinhri' oir crinielg I~turilnises ill aniy way~
sent: e1. A A U ON L0OP'Flt.
P. S.----, C. Schlalfier, an (ex pe. - '' "' '' Aiii '". '1 i%
rieinced shoe miaker, is with us, wvhtoI
repiairs all kinds of shoes, lambes
slhces a speciality. e
and exhausted fields which
were once productive can again
be made profitably fertile
by a proper rotation of crop~s
and by the intelligent use of
fertilizers containing high per
trover Cleveland centages of
wVil 110 he nom1 inat ed 1reesident , hei-d
we will 11an.' a few piices oif goodits thaIt
will aistonishi 3 ". We are OR
Coming Strikingly profitable results
to (te coninCI-Ilionat low prices wmi have been obtained by followv
alwy win ~vandt we are determnined to sell ing this plan.
goods chleaper thaon eye-'
Our pamphlets are not advertising circtilars boom.
ing special lrtilizers, but arc piractical works, contasin
- Ing latest researches on the subjiect of fertilitation, and
I 0 are realy helptui to farmer.. rihiey are 9sent free for
convInce yoUIi':ied tia. 2 spool, GERMAN KAI wVoRKS,
best Cottonl for' 5 (t$.. :;s hic l'eale 8 ga Nassau st.. New York.
cts., 2'7 Inch I ''real. 5 et<., 12% ets. diem- ---___
ty 8 ots. 15 et s. organide, for' 8 ec s. 12j -S---- ------------ -----
ets., erepon1 8 e*ts. Big lot calIco 4 ets.. 0ntf0A rl n
25 yard'(s '"' Ishunlii $1 0 (0, lii yartds BestA~~y11
D rIll, $1 .(00. :1, i'ies I ress (Goods, h~alf gn o
pl ICe 20 pieceine l 111 ' i 'i Cents perLl 3t yard.
HIg line of Neatin cheape (l t han 111you caln
buy' them~l ilnCCCI Greviie, Yen
* Plckens . 9 ar
peopile will plea-,o r''eember when y'on OEIaOM PATINTB,
como to Oreenuvilt thiat we huy. atnd sell COPYRIOHTS eto.
nlothinlg but b tr ins111. " We rte calleid N~ nfraio a0na fro Ilntok wrot
te to e ap store.- UN & CO.gr 881 e i toY NAn YrrK.
tho pubilo by a nlot co givon free of ohargo in the
Walker & Owlngs, $$4$#(z $ iRggCggg
117 M~ain Sti. Greonvillo, S. C.WIII ~uelil I listr"eel No 1tIgl
Feb. 27, 1896, tf RaiiL4lKt 30n 1oatvyNoCiy.
FALL ! WINTER GOODS!
When you come to Green
ville be sure and give us a
sall. He~ take this method of
inviting you to examine our
nlew line of
FALL AND WINTER
What iave We to s1lo wa .
We have the best and cieap
-st ine of
In the State. Not cheaI)
YOOds cheap, but good desira
.le,servicable goods 10 fit any
mle, aid any man's pocket.
Anybody can sell you a suit
>)f clothes for $5, $7.50, $10)
md $12, but we will sell you
.oods a: these prices, that we
can guarantee to be be inr
good,, better made good Is,
with more stability about th n
tluau any goods ever birought
to Greunville. Remember, we
guarantee our goods to give
you entire satisfaction or te
fnd your money.
Our mat dep'irtment is e, m
plete,with all itylosand pries,
Our furnishing goods speak
fi is o r aim1 to please- you
and give you the best we cnn
for your money. we don't
figure how mucth we can make
out of you, but how much
good we can do you for the
least inoney. Asking you to
g ive ls a fir tnMl, we arC
Yours inl trade.
Tho Now CloINiORl
1 v-00 .. . t Creenville, S. O.
Are Yfou for Goil or Silver /
o e canddatl)I es1r not t for oflice but for trftdo.
Ouri pilatfIorm is good val ut' at lotw pric(es.
We se ls at from 1(1 to 2u pir cenit cheaiper than anly (it hr
cause in, ( rt'uuv i l l,.
\uhln you como to ( r enivi le if i M O will (como1 to R I. I:
enitz' whler' you cenn gt lu--I Whliti ad G'roy lBlankots 50c.
Good enheto dri Mye a.t V i cen. t'a s.
tMe 1)uth g Ifor 5 eiInts, lust. siyles forI dro1'ssesc.
l00 out mag l or 8 eents, hensi v.
'F'he warnuist yet for ' wint r dresses', Flaanolot, f0c.
. yards 15c heavy woonl Iwilh-dl rotd Ifloll for $1.
) yards 250 heravy' wool twviIlb-d redI Ilanniel far $1I.
100 hetavy c'antou lIlannel for MA.
124 heaivy (iantonu flanne~u Ili for15.
1() oz. cannt on ihaut. o b- 1.e.
6 yacrds S oz schouol bov Jeanus, S;f.
10) oz. all wool (illing~ .jans 2We goodI for 25c.
Good dr1)ss andi apront (flek ginugham ati 4..
00 o(ol eimtrs at :1:0.
Ever'yI hilg ('leape JO hal any1 I) olter store. W~lhn inl(;~ Geanviflo
)lne andl( se1' il. Rimember liTw* am so Hinhg goods cheraper thani ui honi
>ttoh was 50 por pound. WVi I say mouro to you ini the~ next issuo of
TflAN EVER PRODUOED.
WE'rtE TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete now,
and see if you don't agree wvith uts. One of
twvo things we alwvays mean to do0: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewherec for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a lower price than you get them else
GREFNVILLE S. C.