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The People's Journal.
T' (. 'WINSON, Editor.
pT I$il'ID II)- TiRSAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Entered at tI P -t Ofilce at Plckeus as
A ' La 5, 190'1.
Tit.: Jouvrnm, editor has boon
stuing a certaini proviso of the
<hspohar'y bev sile( tho adjourn
mnent of tLo legislature and will
give his opinion on it soon, if the
Att orney General continues to re
main silent. It may or may not
verv seriously aleet Pickens coun
ty, that deItpends upon the construe.
lion of tho proviso. It is short,
but knotty, and may require the
opinion of the Supreme court to
Mr. n.'O's, 'lit.'r of' an Orange
nr p r. ( oilsulted SonatorlI
Tih m o. t!' ' advisability of I
ah c.mvass of the StatE (
by . j 1. 0 Stato oflieCos. I
'. bl :-0p1lied inl hi-4 us8-1.
"1. ~ e bu h t Tni.: Jorit
d L< i-atch his coil
nlo of, tho prer-oga- 1
v high plices to talk I
ino e i v of thoir audiences,
so let it w in this caso. Sonator
'"ilbiiunn !onltd alford to be indo
pond- it and definiite to at hair's8
bvrea.hi %J) so h.. will ovidently
hay no (Iphpositiol to amount to
anything, if anny at all, buit he hIas
chosn hotherwise and phacos the
respon 11 iity of eCXist.ing perplexi
ties 1pon tim nle!'wspapers. At this
pinil1t it may ho well to state that
the . ws mpers havo always beon
willing io pblisih, in reao1a1fblo
liit'. dh, views 1ud1 opinions of
candiatls t stto offlicos and
Ow heth amel has1 not beenl donle,
it wa- eithrl he'ause the candidate
laul lnon , (,! did not, eare for the
}peoplo t'o know'% thln.
.it is .t ' lt h!I l .] :i t. the powers
thl. hit wVi:1 not pr..hib lit c:llidjthmlates
it woubIl be -I! o horf Iijustico to
nI::irantI :iutld whl be.. inth
i:tr t of!b ri :. A tate pri
mu-ywas y p mi--dthough h
1t. t o 1 1 . 1 l Ini. not ib(%
I I_ 11
whe m to voliug, they
p '' t" wal h. v sight. A word
di ates 1 oII *' oi . o shlouhil g )v
erni thlitsin' aV ccor idoigly, if they
'lT .\ ofI ' the Gleneral Assecm- w
liy ot S mh I Ciaroliina n t its ltast of~
j shedl an, h'ee, canniot be (quo-. nnl
ha1~it [the chianiges ani
I is Ivnt governmIt~ en1 t te,
.~ w. .'S.L will1 refer only of
- to [ho counity ai
* . \~~will rtiiiombe~r, that yt
- tiI' ho pos of al courT- e.
.1~-.V ~'1uperivisor beng h
A .~. ~pialde and the other TI
Iwo of the board being S
t h*e - the governor upon si
Ih LU i) dazt ion of the delega- 11
tion In I>. legislature. In this
.'cpEct the law w'as changed by the I
a dtr at then last seasion, so as C
to makc not only the county au- .(
porv!io elected b~y the people, but <
also the other two motnbers of the
board. It was also changed a to<
the compensation of the member's
of the board, the salary of the
county eupervisor being fixed at
$200 a~ ya for two years and the
iialaries of the other two members
of the board being fixed at the
samo. Thle present plJan was mnade to
be as nearly the same asB tile old
plan of three county commflissioners,
but owin~g to thefact that the of
lice of county supervtisor is a con
stitutional one, it could nmot be
changod by the legislature and i8 1
retained in formII and namo, al- I
though the supervisor hiasjo greatar
))ower o0 largri pny3 than the other
two memrflw of the board.
To Mule Raisers, t
T offer the servic0s- of my thor
mugh bhred panhish Jack to thepub. ~
Jic. Can bo found atl honme -at ri
WI V ot,
time. W ,ggi
CONDUCTED BY W- W. . FBRIGHT,
ounty Suot. of Fducation.
We havO also received a suppl.1
the Now Tracher's Register.
opies havo boon sent to teachorq
hoso schools were known to be ii
assion that we wore unable to sup
ly the first of January owing <
ie limited numbor received.
Trustees nead not return thei
ecords as final report until Jun<
,t is the Teacher's Register tha
hould be returned at tho closo <
;chool for the school yoar oidin
Funo 30th 100. Thoy 111ould Com
vith the toachor's last pay warran
or tho year.
WO r'ceiv-1 co Ii, s < f t choi:(
h~av, elitio. of I :-A, wek an<
lav seilt .! (p'. to 110 clerk
Ao 1io rd ofTruss. Wo ar
imblo t(, sipply th! fehr'rs an
ttIIr1 who' left, r( 'tI-Z;t.-. T' .
niay be ahlo to get a co1py from ti
Tu swil4 G;l tad the Spcial Ta
aOvy for schIoos -_S ennet'Led by 1
astt Legislaituire, in 'i'i.: .JOI t a
>f March 291, 1900, on the fir.
page, coliin four. utit, it out ail
pasto it inl your hat. Iln this C"
timn of th , saile issut' you will m<
Ietter of Stato Sullint.(ndenti
referen o to the same. If you <1
nlot hative ill tll, school faciliti*
ntcoded---hero is the, remedy.
Columllbia, .4. ('., Abuchl It",I,. 10
Counlty Su~pt. of Edluent ion,
DIear Sir :
I vrite to at.k J,u (() give imls il
formation (in to' ftlloItivg ! ints
1st. Ale c'lli r IV (omit st iI
(1ell ill ,our Siul y, a111l 11(.
n[m leh lailg--r \% I ill Ihey jiro"',ailly 1)
o Sonme o4 tilo vr'ulltIes anld spewldt
few day1s , - Sting the. coumntry
2d. Please send m. lj of' the
'tller ith I d j.t A
3d. Wht w1 l!1 h b e1s
tool for teher., in your county'.>i
wish1 to avoid a4 cooliet ith jth
ill e conienc o: e teaich
1, and he Mp eih ii: n < .
eI C cutiy . i\0 e:in *al shouldI
pormnit ted to ha ::u. ht in itn.
et iith I le schtool for teach1els.
'01ry teacher shou1ld have' anf Op.
rtuniity to attend the profes
4Ith. Please let me kntow tihe
mes10 of the text-books t hat are
mosQt geineral us m10 your c'ouinty
as your Coun Uty Board over or
re'd a chatnge to I t standard as
is provich'd for in the adoption
Thi fore(guing y'ou wvili pleaso
swer at once. You will necces
ily take some weeks to obtain
in forination usked for ini the
lowing, tha. 5th head:
5th. lea15' get out a letter of
iriy to all your tachers, white
d black, anid obtain from enci
cleher a list shlowinge tho numhtiei
1d author, owned by t ho childre:
thei schtool. From the se list:
mU can1 deterinet with practtein
curacy tho total numuber of book
each kind that are nowv fn th
inds of our school childronc
hese data will ho of value to th
tate Board of Edahti otn in con
dering tho quostion of adoptint
ow books for the schtools.
In case of the adoputiont of a am
ook, the Stato R1 ard should r<
uire that old books be taken n
m teram that wvill prevent finan
~ial loss to the people1; honco th
mlportanlco of knowing the niumbe
>f such books.
Yours very truly,
State Supt. of Education.
Vnu'simnacuy to SE'ltool.tu
Much has beon satid by way c
drice to teachors in the columti
f THE JoURINA, .but these fe
~ords I propose to direct to pr
~rons. It is all right to doman
hbat your teacher be informo
bouit his business: that11 he~ bo noni
)unCtual , zealous, faithfl and er
>alble. I ha~vo not obj:ection to that
3ut there is anothert 5ide to th
[tiestion. 11e shouldI he roasonabl
roll paid for such services ats yo0
Ltomand. You agree, dear parent
hat he 15 in at very responsible pc
itlon, you admit that your chti
?0en are very cdear to you.--deare
satt yoti' houses0 and: your ande
9'i 9499 99d t4) t9ii phip1'
Iacor and t.- - uhi deti-.- u uIo)oiu to a
Cjnsideriablo extent. upon tho train
ing which they receive ill school
from1 day to day an1d 1from year to
year. And yet, dispite these things
whoN it comes to employing a
teacher, is not, the fifst, que-tiona
wiclh the ave'ago communiLy asks,
"How mu1111ch mill be ->s;t is?" His
(1alifctions are a socondiary con
-sideration. - C .4ot a t that
the tolcheisof Fickeins oudty are
the m1o1t, poorly paid men ip the
coun11ty, inl proportion to .tlir ro
r sponsibilities and to tho doliains
Inade of thlim? Clan you o0m ploy
t bank oflicials, railroad ment factory
,r ;uporitenoid,.nits and mnifngers of
other rmaterial ontorpris.'es at such
e rates as You eXp)Oct to pay compo
t tent teacior? If not, why noti
l.)eq it, requiro lss talent to in ,u
algo a m1ill wie re hiinuia soulsar<
Le eng forlne d , and Ihi man desti.
I n belg sh.pol than itL does t<
f manage a cL.otLon mill. < an oi
& mill, ori a1 hau1k, or at raCi1'-lr.1, 1
1some? untrpn ( in w ije .- i.
y iS-. I d aI ts.
o t nw i llf: in tri a nliI t
less o o(uL -nd to Your c(m1n.in
t y thanl tho cheape--t drumior wlh,
. isi Lt you i I w I i 'wrt t- i:
thouse.? I f so, tlo.1n y"t 11ar1pt,;
d a %mall 110, v i i nr Oii -at-i , :In
. :"Il can11 .<earcelyI e.-:p ct yi;arl chij.
sI rn-n to lok.: up.,n it j iI
I v 'b no <b it
sill)n( suril - ilog if or,-hlihdlrcn
-houl 4.aiec r iL I i-.boutl g II g
ill l I' ll I C M ) I l e v a il 0: (t.1
rteachers byI( pay; th.,ty olas.
of h had a b~irlityd O~ to, rendposi
H tyoo, bt' yVoud eno:. -tore~ to .m
d o l l( i' er V.. rA id r, 11dh '
rml schlolle 1111-. . 'lr-tive.
M a ll N, I I 1;1 . .. 4 < i .
(eaher , ar ada -n r ulp r
ishnot illoing t. contibre 'thabu
b.:i-her'se n e i , :a . h -
ucl toas- 2. li iI~' bn -a -
thonm hts la k - o uponhithe
bl. :1 m. .. neither Pol,
nrthona; hut if ti. true. ton
onl t enar w Cii reasirabaymop.t
rtioe1-ma: thevyhis~i illustr1
in ton thlouedabd lallarsewrh mof
muc toard hlisi.chil's euda
tin pt a low. --valuo upndil
no popular-,4I3 but i st,rue11I.1-Th
Ionly mon whdal osoal p
Span' UoncsJ Langstd.
Wai thg remit of.i itts, Apleni
hea lth'. Iiic'lil :mad tNre
.lm t he't , a pa iit'OdI am I' . 1111.
lie0 1 ' they~ hgng, n1(- ir. io '
) ' wa l)if3 c l'tit 'y . c.'dhey deeloAn
i-rya knower of4 r. '1F'in 1 body.
r toit0~ tip\ s 11:. T . Mel''all's.
SpaW in's 1)t Coatoi s]o Neet
ardorpans in t he bck. Is hed
uned01 using E Mletne Bit. Am ei
bo'sl gratest hod, nd5 Neorve
Hisas thio grand medvemei
r tnerf up t It oma. s''ti' *fnghon
thenerfvesdpt. i ei vig.: andi.
no ife~ 'inw~to 1very musehI liorv
andei orgato thoi bo.v. ''MIf we~oak
t1Mied or a .'.il ig you end . E Verv
bott. gutaanteed ou y( 50 cetsI
HisLif wa SvedI x
zlon, of lannibal, o., latvhaa
s wenor ~fl I delime 11ti'r a~Us
V frin htful denth fn (o l ing of( it b
. 'Iys oI was ta nwih t 01c; c.phold
v1 oi lung a 'J.-end ' iiI as
t- and . Notingi he(Jed m'ee.t\Y Ix
- dpneted t oo ~t ose; o Con -)O p.
iin hnIhrdo r.Kog
miia Io ib 7 d
1 order that our cus.toierw may not be dippoinedI,
*e quote prices on scrap iron, etc:
Di' Bonf s, 25 conts por hundred.
-qkira) Iron, 25 conts per hundred.
,Heavy Coppir, 8 cents per 1outnd.
NP isale for Old Pots tind. Brass.
Can pay 10 cents por Hundrod for Old Stoves.
-.Poltry is i 1.great demand and we will always give you
Iull value for all you bring.
Don't wait for bigher prices for that will not be this
We have a full line of goods as cheap as anybody.
oc05 99chetw. Pickun , S. C,
Masoile B all Building,
Having' decided to go out of bunieiCss, will sell IIw (iltire
AT FIRS. C O.STo
Th is a rare chance you cannot af'ord to :niss.
Th'. advertiscmi-,t is not to deceive the public.
I u. ii miake a.
Of everythiing in my stor'e: Come at once an3 A et yotu
shamn&of the Bargains .
0316 Pezndleton Street, - - - -- Groenyi leS. C.
WILL MGVE PLACE OF BUS I
NESS TD OCOLUMBIA1, S. .
AWi' tSAY I WILL 1)0, 1
DO, 1)0. -'lA ~ V
Comipotitors, you1. had as well tiry
to lift yoursolf in a basklot, asi to 1'/
My desiro is to move goods, not
t9, get cashm, Sihrowd bny~ors need
no arguing. Each arid every c lim me.
made by omn at .this sale is just ais Watches, Co k:( s swi a
llrprel1ntd. 1 do not ad(vertiso
Hdtnethinig I haveni't got. I will Mainesi~r an~ v c.e
sel&l ini the next. thirty dlays, twen. repJaired 8:1d new iu(. * .w a
ty ianos11 at factory pries; sixty. same1(. AllI repamirs wau*r.. l,
five organsz; forty-five sowing maif
chines ; ton h~ead1 of horsos ; twvelveo
waeigons ; eighty head of fino Jersey
milch cows; twenty head of thor- -Maehin~e Necdjcs -
oumghibred Jersey heifer cal ves.
The pianos0 will bo sold ait whole- marts and finest oil always on
suilo p)rico for cash. $450 pianlos inn
for $300 $850 pinos for *205; $250 ffr-Twony NXars oxp(iene
I imnos for $145; $5 organ for- $55 ; inl tho busj ins. I.f(4 vone a
$73 organ if6r $45; $35 sn-wig ma- 00ood Watcrh give or se.1 mo yanri
chinaI for $26; 845 machmoe for $18. orel~ r*
Will soll~nilch cows on three I hlave somo1 Special )ar ains
months, n and anyono bliying now.
a nudech coW-from me, can pasturo
next sumnmer *ree of charge, in the
Maiyberr~y pasture, six months, JOHN T. 89G[9&
wich amounts to *9.00.
It is noat so munch money that I Jvwoler and Job Pr i er1.
want, as to get rid of the pilanos,
organs, sewing machmoes, horsos,5
wagons and cows, that t have on N. B: -Phangaphs~ *nd Gr~ b
hand. I have rented a storo in ophontes an fnlio( 1is for sale :2l
Columnbia, S. C., and will ope~n up repaired promipt'y. L~ youri w.,aIJ
business thoro oil Jauaury 1st beknowni.
1900. Trho goods I have on hand doc790m5.
must be sold regairdless of the cost
Ivaluo to me1. TIhis is no faike sale.
I have theso goods and stock on
ha nd, and they will bo sold1. _______
If you have got tihe cas~h show it -
to mne and you will be surprised 8100) ULewar1' 8100,~
what wit! buy a piano, organ and 'I he reaiders of t his impe will be pl1ena
stv iin g' mnauhino. A oh an ce in a ed to' learn ii Iht there Is at1 he, -I onied Ie:d.
Iife .-im1o1 to buy ait wihmolsalo prices. e Iiai !ii chi-negis ui ben ble te.
Pianos at $115.~00. Th i k of !inti ~Ca Yrn-t" i ,, ' i"'- n oi v
!1lb()agenbt coJtnlissions ~ tihe deal- enire known to t he n ic fr..tiuii
o~ p- ir, are all taken nof, and ICinniThi b~eing a eoi i iI-ii-! -lise:Ise
yon ge;t thiem-a t-wl sleLIr's roit reiin a ous if ih-n I it ihnent.
Sewinlg machhtio needios a0 t 20 (.1u:ii '"!Ci*i 101I : I(i ni
,Cenmts a dozAun ; 10 cents oil at 6 consisurfaicsof lie HV tenm, tiu cinv di.
Cents p0r I,)ottle. ar Oyving 1he fou~ndatl ion of th: i'.a,
*8.00 Gupitars for $1.50; $500" :i"gAn I' I 4m'"palu ? ni
!Viol ins $~00. ure ini domii ;lts wvon k. Thenn Iropieom a
. .lverytlh mg else in tile small in. have so mulich f;)ii i ' car1tivd powers*~
strumieu4t linE) to go in proportion, that they o~ln0 o nalladed I)o'k~rs for.
Come while tho gooda .are Olonigesj'innnilIs.h oea m o
hanid, Adres, F, ,,. Oiuey c,''v
I M 1 AisYArD~ nytr' eo. O.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
Ceiling, and Weathexboard
ing, Moulding, .of .all
kinds. Lether and
With all kinds of
ENGINE AND PIPE FITTINGS.
Also Engino aid CyIndor Oil at
Linseed Oil, Both Raw and
Boiled for painting, and Whito
Load of Best Quality.
Givo us9 a trial before buying
B. E. GRANDY,
Piekons s. C.
Omhice and Warehouso near Do-,
J. 13 R. FREEMAN,
FREEMAN & HENDRICKS.
TO THE TRADE:
I havo jlst cause to be proud
and very grateful, too, for the
liberal patrotnago given the old
firm unde'r my naeamreniot.
Now, as I have undortook to
run the businoss single and
alom, will try by squaro doal
ing to merit a continuation of
your good fav rs. *I will still
carry a full line of General
Mlerchandiso. But for the
next few weeks wvill make a
specialty of Shoes of which I
have a spi(ndid line. Look
through my lino before you buy.
I might sava you somo moncy.
J. B.R. FREEMAN.
P . S.-I ai agent for the Rich
mond Guano Company, I igh Grade
Fertili-zers. Splendid goods. Lot
ma figure with you before yoiu ) ny.
J. B. R. F.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large dr1ovo just in from
'j nuessee, fine, young, sound
and~ at ilivinmg prices.
We. dlefy compej)titionl inl our
I u. pection of stock solic'it..
Stables andl Sto:-chousc
River' Sti cot,
GREENVILLIE, - - ,O0,
IVY M.1Y A .1LDiN~
Practi 00 ill all tile (:otikt;- .
Office over aru' Drug Storo.
1,. NV. PARKERu, 11l*ich ist, ~.
U reexivi lie, &0. C.
Iaynoswortli, P.arher r.-bao
Pi''Ckons C. 11., - - sout:1, ( ' arollna
Practceo lit all Court8. Atteytd to all
bulxei prompjtly. tf.
I!W-MQuOV to loan.
It. A. MOIfOxAN, IV. F. lINAII,
("I reix ilrt %. (C' Pichei!4. .0
Mog'n. &71 .ilasjIa
.111)~C MI :3.~~Y!
Ala i ; '- .W' n I :
i Y I Z A.
* ~ ('S. l. over
toixe;, 11i) Ow ~-hI I l1. (-1- UI
t fe. (tlarii: ( !tl. i tr . t I u;
nIly 1 21198.
ALL AC(:j!T .')3
11111-~iit bes W '!~ i\. 'Nov. .1, l1'P,)q
4)R4 Ilic -R ii bisi C-- Is lC -t( j(1 _.(! till
All !)vlii 10 ~ *t h: O'c 0 e Nvil
for collketiozi, V
Moncy to Lua-;
Oil impijrovedl (2z lit IR, 1 sl .l: r)f $ It;t
qell. t11. l llmf il t': I ti.ri , ! .,, pfiy
Off jNIl ut~~ Wi ldbtd ll w ti t\uf . a :
For . ?. i '
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