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The People's JouAI .
T. C. ROBINSON. Editor.
FU11LISHNDA EVERY THlURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
nitortl at the Post Otice at Pickens as
IllURSDAY, (C'T 1900o.
TOO 3Il'CH LAND.
Most farmers in this and other
count is have too much land unless
it was better and could better stand
the burdens that are yearly in
creasing ipon it. Land is a good
thing to own for the purposeof tax
ation. there is no doditing of the
auditor and his board.
The recent rise in the price of
co:ton is likely to stimulate the
price of inti ani it -will be a good
lime to s(. A man who owns and
tI0s to (0rtrol more land than he
n.,11.-Y van properly Inan1
i2-2e A ling. b'Usirlezs. It
- y :'wuldi-eS of
SrA InUall y, but
C H NES PUZZL.:
T N:- :hat tre dark and
- 01ai the heathen
but he does
1.: *ev lin11 ic-e ill the re
t -e .t~s I s1 0ve him1.
se~~A iIe o he world.
. BX~ - ts t the best of
the :- ief~ir~iitig iut are
'1'.t In t lit' t rillsaction
aa, vx-e a1s ies of punish.
1 (1 \l thl e worlcd " ini st ;i'tttjre
the alttitie"t' I tiern am, towardls
i h t. t e'unrv thi'<>ngh"l weak
1t5.V\2 itt ers, tetS u'ir iresitlents frti
'it ath 1 ''1. -I 's ]it i' dieserve the
1 300li a 0.erlin nt. inll( shouldl
i1113 One . 'i .
T iw' t'pr.! - gen ral has1 re
"e t " ih F(nua ret::rn of i -
.bh- p -Ivi froml evvr onyi
tte tIatc .1alw Picken:S. The dielav
inl gettin I ii r-p rlt is vex.;
I iful. \\.It it h r all ilthe tables
V(nhll- coinph'teul i1 t hie annua1itl
h''wing wabt he ilbtanile.
The abse fi last riday's
Columbia6. ae loes miur ( ounty
A ulit or al \' e r V - "Tt ilj.st ice
Mri. .Ilnuit .sent in his irelturnt on the
24 th of uptenthe Ir. We hope thle
State will inivest igaite again ~ and
whmen it lindts (tut thaUt Iit wis mnis
taken ini the iimatter it will maitke
-Mureus h as ta ken a second
thrughIZ lt anl out the m natter. He
expla inls that whe tn lhe ia j(1 ii
Chicago "'tiher' nret no trusts"' het
mieant to add ''fin jrous to the peo
pie."' Asi to which the peoplo can
judge quite as well as Marcus. His
idea of the character' aniti work of
the concerns which supply hum
with campaiigni "f at'" is not impor
meneetl a sur'ver- looking to the ex
lensioni of thle Trmylani rilrotadl
Ji is niot<(l(e(i~tteI lihere 1he sou th
(rll eninuis wvii l b, ais much will
dlifferenit rou1 t's, This will lhe am
ly at hiarge . -lroiad News.
Let Ithe rilroiadii( 'omei ti s way,
genitlemien, poissibly our little roadut
wvould r-e(ei ve e'n(ouragemnent
(!nouigh to me(et you somnewher'
nea2r the foot ot' the hiills on la.
'r. C. iB pt-r. :. u'
j'ar 8pei rc 6, '' ~ e
To'c the Defenv . . '- -.i'n.
Y'oufare hureby -..r -. 1 -:'0: 't
to 1answer ti pt : - ...,.-.. ...-.
thisetion whieh wIs 12 r ,... q , ,t
frj ProAte,~ for th Cr ( nm iy j0.-; ! ast
aiforri: l. 'pn the Dth it elut (p. rkg
W)0 %/ n.t t i n myeV1. n 1201 V tf '. t; nI' wer*
10 th fl' id petitlon anid cotnjplaint on thei.
b e h r em 'at thevir ofile' ait Pitckt'ln C. 11.
to r. C;' ro inn, wit hin t wventy daiys after
tir t ersle ie eofi, (eclushe of the dlnyof
i ch "- vlce'; andi~ If you fall to answmier
I:-. ' for t'T .i2 ,~ tO h lin ifi n tI Ihilsi et loln
a;:; ab,*4 tihe Coin t for the relief de.
:I'de :n :hipetitin and1( coniplluit,
~.1- ganit & lli~liae,
J. I. .% by, Pioteii Judlge (Sen I).
';rr the~ r.'--it defendant-, Felix
'Jr :.' 0- that the tuntinons,
s h 52 a copy, anduc the pell'
t:.4 nd' (fu. i~.'. he reIn werei filed lii
6.4 ,,!f:.' '.1 ! E'- .Jvdge rpf P'robaste for sakti
Cor ur,4 btate on the 9:h day of Oct.,
-Vor 8tW'60OZ0 six-borse powe
p ?seiks enigine. Good hx,
Nu M ~na Esley. 8.0
CONDUCTED BY W. W. F. BRIGHT,
County Suut- of Education
At advancod education ho toils
with a will,
And ' the wondoring ieighbors
3oth Latin and Greek ho can read
with much skill,
But in English his spoiling is
['HE FAILURE TO TEACH
-Graduates of our high schools
how a woeful lack of knowledge
)f the common branches, particu-s
rrly orthography, English gram
niar and composition. Not one in
wenty can write a fair business
1and: and, wors than all 'ise, the
'reat mljori ty areutterly untrained
11 careful and methodical habits 4-f
vork. Tho facts aro recognized by
l1 business men who havo under
aken to employ high school boys,
)r girls, in any clerical work.
Census Siperintendont Morriam
aid of the candidates w%'ho took the
ompetitive exainations for cen
ms positions: "They aro lacking
n ordinary English grammar and
namposition. ' They can't spoll
1nd they can't do ordinary arith
Imetic. Fity p'r ceont.. fail, and
Hwy fail hecauso they cani't divide
100,000 by 4,028, that is they can't
grt the correct result. It's simply
marvel ous the lack of e(Iducation in
t1ese ru1dimen i*tary braniches.
There's something radically wrong
with our system of, ducation. Our
public schools teach bo1any, physi
ulogy, pyschol ogy, Sewing, molding
nd a number of other things, but
tliey don't. appear to teach ordi nary
simple arithmetic and spolling."
S-veral causes undoubtedly con
Iriblit to wveakon tle elenentry in
straction iml our -schools. New and
attractivo ethods, dosigned to
make easy the road of learning,
h ave takein tho plice of old 6 te
thorouginess. Again, many thmgs
are now taught which could ho bet
ter dispensed with t0han the essen
tials of an English oducation. The
common branchem are "fin ished"
too soon. English grammar and
aithLmetic req1uire, for their sub
slatia1l comple)Itiiin, a degree of
maturity of mind much greater
i hnn thaut b.ehaging to t ho average
eighth grado~ pujui1. Finally, to
the tendecily to make tho hiigh
school simpl~ly at school to prepare
b)oys and girls for. col loge, is large
ly due the prattical failmo of high
It would b)e of ,great advantage
to the real ofliciency of our schools
to extend the teaching (of all the
common brnches th rough the first
year of the high school ; and Eng
lish grammar andl arithmetic in
some form th roughout~ the course.
G1VING T~OO.Ma UQ(I 1E LP.
Thelu mind, lille thin body, groiws
stronger by exercise, anid the best
and1( miost profi table exerie isi that
wi' ichi the child ge.ts from his own i
work. Thte t eaciher (loes thIi chiiId
a great wrong in doing his wvork
for him. The more a pupil does
for himself, the grs:at.er will be hh,~
!!2f- i .d .penfdenfce aind the more
.....-. . we exp':ct a child to
grow99.%.y trong if conitinul
al~y crra~ .h: ~Urs5's armse, as
'expr.t n~ t. grow rrtor.tally strong
wdile rece.iving t he con~rstan t help
oft the teacher. It is what the
child does for himself that atrong
thons his mental faculties and fits
him for his subsequent work.
The pupil should not be permit.
ted, howoyor, to wasto timo in
wrestling with difficulties beyond
his stren gth. Hie should have no
direct help in doin~g that which he
can do for himsolf, but it is useless
and unprofitable to: portnit bin to
waste time ini futeupting to solve
problems beyond his comproben.
Sion. W~hen the teacber onco dis
covers that the child is unable to
overcome a difficulty, it is thon
titue for him to givo such sugges
tien as will start a proper traini ot
thought in the mind of the child,
and thus enable him to win a victo
ry.-F'rom School M anagomnhnt, by
A. N, Ilaub,
"Drun SIRn:-I '*ish to call to
the attention of the school offioor.
and teachers the possible benefits
of making at the State Y*Ir oin ex.
hihit of pubtic .cIant ...r... -Om
of the schools can not,be represent
0d. in an exshibit: little een -
shown besides manual work, an~t
this is being done in very few
sc1ools in our State. . Novertholeso,
an exhibit. can be made that will be1
of value inl its suggestiveness-. -
such work as globes, .mags, .dr W
imgs, papor-cutting and- o!di
I shall include in the oxhibi
some work done by toacher-pupils
in summer schools;..
If any 9c1hool wghf 0 contri4y
ute to the exhibit, The teacher 1s
requested to communicato with me
Very truly yours,
John J. McMalan,
State Sup't. Ed."
The foregoing explains itself.
I saw in your issue of Oct. 4th,
whore all books now in use in the
pub1ic schools will b0 unlawfil
after the 15th of Nov. 1901, except
a few. Now, Mr. Editor, I wallt
to know if all -thoso books usli(I
Jast yeai are to bo entirely -'.
harred from the schools. Last
year and this year children pur.
chased books, which were expon
sive, and studied thom for only ax
short poried, having to stop school
in order to help till the soil and
make bread for the homo. Now
have those pupilti-that is a large
number of them-finished-nay,
even gono one-third of the way in
thoso books. What are thoso who
are unable to buy the new bootsr
prescribed by the board to do?
Thfey have the books. used last un&
this year, all over the State. Tbey
have not been far enough in thiose
books to even master the first 27
pages of each book; they woro' sick
soie days, working others, and the
school session being very shert,
had not much time to devoto lo
thoir books. Now those books 10-e
to ho laid asido, iot to he uset
again; they canl not even exchango
theni for the ones "prescrif)Od by
the board, theroby having so many.
hooks to lay around the houso cova
ered with dust-useless, and ther4's.
110 possiblo Imeans to turn thie n,
I am not talking to hoar mysolf.
talk; hut I know from experiunce.
I hid ch aige of a sinall school this
last sossion, and when I took.c-,arge.
of that school, children b-rought
overy kind of text book.posible,
by every author imaginablo. 1
was told that I had to get books
for my pupils then proecribod by
the board. So I told eachi.6e to
get the )oo(kS I wrote out n :l-'ips
of pape r--try ing i) ..la iy- .. nd
give to each impil the b oks re
quiredl. But, alas I it waus ',futile
attempilt. Some saidf thof- Niiuld
stol) it they coul 1(n ot study1 the
1)ooks whiichi they .brauight go:-thmey,
were iiot able to buy new. n. So
when loft there, school bedigc.ut;.
the children had hought no 'new
books, but used the sa'mo onieathat
had been handed down."tdo hemn
fr'om brothers and sisters, etc,
Of coutrse a few~ bought ntav
booke'-somne very expenisiveo oiies
too--atid that school ,session lasted1
only six weeks. Under the -nw
"ACt" of the board, those w'ho-paid
as high as one and t wo dloljnre 'or
now books, for that short s0ssiofl,
will have to buy o)ther 'new es
beoro uinishing--nay,' before .gt
ting atarted in the ones. .bougb'ippr
that short sossinm. . . .
The; board did not tako-tbime .to.
conhsidler this,' or else t hey th'.tigh t
that t'ho childiidu in the' connf'ry.
wonid be 'able t.o jurchas. cow
ones, after citton advanced in pri(e..
I know that the pupils will u
able to go t~o the e!xpenseR 01 b lig
a now outfit of books tex t sessioni
if the mainjoirity of the countr-rii
pails are like thlioso that. I had i~iider
mny charge last sessioni. What's t
be done? Thi new "'Act"' says
that a teacher wont, h able to co
l.'ct their salary, if they adwpit i:n'
their schmools any. other hooks nut,
proscribed by the board. Ii, dhil
dren at tend a schoolmand ato n..
able to purchase five or t'60 rollhr's
worth of new hooks, theh. The
teacher is to closei the dog ion
them. 'The children go hoz.W wnid
stayV, growing upl in ignoraiie,- for'
the lack of money. to folh te
foosih acts of the board. -. ome
may think this is absurd -talking,
b)ut I know from exp~erien)ce. While
I had my ochiool, several pti hbis
were told to get the necessay>a.
per, ,lates, books, eto, but were
unable to got the ones I told thein;
the parenta hecamo angry Andl
stopped their child ron. Someth ing
had to he r'epaired, and that. ao
01ou .4 t ily,
I. 1P. JBumgarne .
PreVo tod a 'Iragedy.
Timely in format ion given Mrs,
George Long, of New Straiztsvihlls
Ohio, saved two lives. A frightful
cough had long kept her awake
every night. Sho ha~d tried many
remedies and doctors but steadily
grow wvorse until urged to try br.
Kigsew Discovery, One bot
tle wholly cured her; and sho
writes, this marvelous medicino
also cured Mr. Long. of' a severo
attack of Pnaumonia: Buch ouires
are positive proof of of its powreto
oua all throat, chpst and - lng
thouzbles. Otily 500 andv $600;
Guaranteed, Trial boties fvoa a~
Bol$ & ThornIev's druU Itufen.
FF FOR N
.k, nln. Faga is ncw in Ne
he'fall ahj winter trade and wi
ast' yars prices as it Is possi~i'le
eived 3,5oo yaids of Outing
-ok_:'tils priece.) 3.000 yal
iQd\rdiogbest Ih)rk and
Pi,'t ;.2ya 1 5, 19, 22, and
z7t1efr and' Vhite Shirts and (ra
Vonen's, W s and PInts, 25c.
Cashmere's and Brocade Dress
?o and tsc. and inany other line:
k nt'dnow reteiving and shall sell e
* y trade the. past summer h1
ast- year and I am prepared to ir
. ., .
nontlis at least one-half over las
I.cordially invite alI Picken
tille-to call and see me--on Eat
s. Grocery store, where yc
villirg clerks to serve you.
Land For Sale.
:J;Ie 1411(iersiglled will 6tl at the
at14C9 rJU'dlnce of.. A .. O')ell, on
0 -r .1tll)00, tle follow
nj iycts of .
Tra't No, 1, containing fifty.one
.1 -100) anid forty-four one
IWnd. lths acres, ndjoining lands
>i J n MaulhJin, tracts No. 2
1d .8. On this.,ract jis a fino or.
iard,, good dbwulin e house and
. T1'raL No. 2, cOn~lailing forty
r, 43 77-100) anil sevnlty-stiv
tIirthsene iiudIM- dt's -acreo, adjoin
ng lands of IkhaA iauldit), C. E.
iield and tract '-No. 1. A good
lweling house of this traet.
Traot No% 3, cohla-ining fifty-six
650A1*106) and flfteen oIne hun
rodths acres, adjoining lands of
G 'VO'Doll, .. Koini.mor, Is
tWi llon anid ttact No. 1.
'The( nabove descri .wdNdsi
iu11atkAd .wo umiles- we;t m tho
townl of EaslV on pu.i r, , ad..
Terrns cal on1 day of F:t' o. Pur
hi isnj to pay for all p:iiers and i
l'* I'f'Cordilig iame .
F. V '. - .
$Dt. J. P. O'DnA.
L. K. K..N
denktd.00 t 15th
A' Fa'w inothers are healthy', because
their duties are so exacting. The aniIety
of penancy, the. shock of childbirth,
an~ 'e care. of young children, are
sevei'e trials on any woman. Dut with
WInS of Cardul within her grasp, every
moth~ r--very woman In the land-can
piay ~he debt of personal hecath she
OiVes her loved ones. Do you want
robust health with all Its priviiges and
pJhasures? Wini ofI-Cardul will give It
strengthens thsefemiale organs and Invig.
orates weakened functions. For every.
farlllhf1 6F weakness It Is the best
meIIn mtade. Ask your druggitst for
9Dottts).Vine of Cardul, and take no
? s i ije under any cIrcumstancus.
Neh ~ rags'wo.ierMieh Wh.'7"e
to walke pereo ss house. Two weeks alter I walked
oe,.chd was hern f.f red wthlb i na 2
hours, ad had to rais, him on a bottle buause I had
no ,mile, After using the Wine during pregnancy
asI lhae nly tof mhok.rFo th brut litmepaoe
nct nemy heahh I thank GodanWnofCru"
For advice in cse requiring sal ' ireedens,
address, giving symaptoema, "The Laie,' Adisory
prnphai s a
a tle arly Rliatrs. Dr.
ments, Brot s.manle&
lDon't you want a 1 nic' cemf
e'te ry or -residence fr-ne'? We:
fencc inado, 'g o
') ho6ii want ' a on)iluInt. o
t43mbs one? WVo.. sell - elpmpr'' arti
fAir (., tof. class of' work than 1
WEIIIbthe finlOsilt' no1o d?.)
signa,.LIl .8am~ples knaown to Ibgl
trade, orresponctetijp promnptliy
Iuswerod. Yours for urnn
CliAR@m ROS.q& C0
'l c ."118 MoJeo A&venite,
#Dp6~. OraanyIla.1 0. 0,
v York making purchases for
Il sell you ill goods as near
to do. We have already re
Lt 5c. (The best outing ever
-ds of Cotton Flannel at 5c.
Indigo Calicoes, 5c. 2,500
5. 1oo dozen Men's heavy
wers, 25c. each. ioo dozen
each. 5,000 yards Worsted,
Goods to sell at 10, 12Y2, 15,
; which I cannot mention, but
Ls low as the same goods sold
as increased 25 per cent. over
crease my sales the next four
3 people who come to Green
le's Corner, opposite Finlay
u will always find polite and
er Main and Coffee Streets.
The Treasurers oflico at Pickons
ourt house, South Carolina, will
)> open Monday, October 16th for
,he collection of the following
iamod taxos for year 1900.
Levy for Stato tax, 5 mills.
" .6 Ordinary County tax
Levy for Constittuti school
.ax, 3 mills.
Levy for i)ast indebtedness, 2
Total lovy for Stato and county:
Levy for .intorost on P. R. Rt.
)onds, Pickons court iouso town
Iblip, 3A mills.
Levy for interest on P. R. R.,
)onds for 1urricane townsliip, i
Levy for interest on P). R. R.
)onds for Eastato town ship, 3
SpordZ11 levy school district.
No-. 19, 21co
81-vul'I i ,ehool district;
N0. it dist rit
I lVV fI*:scool istriat
N I5 mills.
bix ohe dol,!lar fromu ths liale
ICee' rd ing toI law.
Books (ch.a Decemb er 31st
J1. 'T. Y<.u.:gblood,
Trci.w Pickents county
sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
DJeiling, and Weatherboard
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds, Leuther and
With all kinds of
ENGINE AND PIPE FITTINGS.
Also Engine and Cyindor Oil at
Linseed Oil, BothI Raw and
Bloiled for painting, and White
.soad of Best Quality.
Give us a trial "before buying
B. E. CRANDY,
Pickens S. C.
Omeie and WVarehouani near Do.
. EIRIE ..
If it takes your lifetime~ to build
r comfortable hr me, why d o you
iot. got a riablu .0 (l~d com pany to
protect it for you by a good policy.
I will mAnro your Dwelling, Fur
ujiure, Barn and Stock, Store
LRouse and Merchaind iao, F'lour and
)rist Mill, Chnrch, Schooi Hiouse.,
J. S. iBotaded Distillery and Ware
>>tton GIini in "&tronIg old Comnpa.
dies.'" Write or call on
3. L. YATES, Agent,
Greenville, S, C,
Room 11, Cagle Block,
If not in offiee onll on Wl, A,
*e t 8loan Brog,, Druig pyg jI
nd teave 7aur meossnaa,
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large drove just in from
Tennessee, fine, young, sound
and at living prices.
We defy competition in our
Inspection of stock solicit.
'inha mid toreimue
N\ L ,- -I. (L.
inneous~ suirfaee.e. Mi. bi atielt'sol
never he iisert except on prn.'lirpt ions
front retii uah'te ph1, ie'.4 p* A I he damaiign
th--y w'i. tlo lt ten f..I. t., the. goodt ou
enin possib:ly . lerive fro m th.:m. ibul's
(;a'.:rrh ('ure, lei'a'iaurId by F". .J.
Chny& CO., 'l'ol.o, 0. eotajus15 no
directlyv lilnti thle blood il9 te''cowi suri..
faLces of t he Sy-etu. I.. h'tving Hall'a
Caturb Iiiiu(re b.. sure yoi g'et t he genuine.
It. is tak.m . I nt-.>rnallyl Iv n d in a ade in 'I'o
ledlo, Ohtio, by F. J, Chlney & oo. 'rut.
kio(dI by Liagit i prie. 715r . wtr hioo10I.
nall's Family PfIlis are the bes:.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
NaIture in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive ors
gans. it is thae latest d lcovered digest
ant and too Ic. No other preparation
can approah i I n efdiclency. It lin
staintly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulencte, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Heads che,Gastralgla, Cramps and
all other results of imper fect digestion,
al ze.o ut yapoplatu fre
Prsoori" by E. C. DeWITT A CO.. Chitego.
If you have neuralgia, Scott's
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
will feed the nerve that is cry.
ing for food--it is hungry...
and set your whole body going
agamn, mn a way to satisfy nerve
and brain from your usual food,
That is cure.
If you are nervous and irri.
table, you may only need more
fat to cushion your nerves-.
you are probably thinva--and
Scott's Emulsion of Cod L.iver
Dii wvill give you the fat, to be.]
Cure, so far -a It goes,
Full cure is getting the fat,
(ou need from usual food, and
Scott's Emnulsion~ will help you
H. ROBERT KIRKSEY,
Phyican and Surgeon,
Office at his residence at I he Kirksey
home place, on 'Twel ro Mile iver.
MNael 8, 1894
DR. J. P. CARLISLE,
Groeivillo, S. C.
Oflice ove'r Addisons Drug Store.
C. i?,' IL', l'III7iGitA
iper, (iree ,nville, 8. (. 0mce over
Addisons Dlrug Store.
All work guaraiteed to give sa-tisfac
Seveln acre .S of lne laind, inI splendid
condition, within ten m11in1utes walk of the
coni t houe. A bargiin to aiyonc wish.
In to locite here. Sitit:ble for lots for
uIding p)ri)poses. Terns reasonable.
Apply to Fraiik E. Cox,
aul8tf- _ l'ickens S.' C
Attorney at Law.
Pickens. S. 0,
Practice in all the Courts.
Office over Earle's Drug Store.
11. A. MORGAN, W. F. IMASSINUAIME
Greenvillo S. C. Pickeno. S. C.
Morgan & BlassiIngame,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pickens, C. II,, S. C.
Practice in all the courts.
iLow! fStitel 1Timne.
Saves nine. IHnghes' T'onic (new' lm.
Uroved, taste pleieuIiait,) Inken iI early
Spri. and Fall prevents Chills , Deiign.
and Mahirial Fevers. Acts wn the liver,
t)Itj II) the system1. M-tter tha1 Qui
nine. Guaranteed. try it. At I11ug.
giets. 50e. and $1.00 bottIe.
H. .J.I AYNisworrU, U. E. toliINSON,
L. W. PAtgan, Pickens,.8. C.
Greenville, 8. C.
I ayies worth, Parker & Rblisol,
Piekens C. H., - - South Carolina
Pracee in all Courts. Attuii to all
bnaziis"es promptly. tr.
IpWMotiev to loan.
Have your land survoved, I am
irepared with first class instru.
mmlits to (o you a firet class job,
mdt( (.111 ho founld at mly residencel
Al'::anderO, S. C. or 'raebe(d by
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3er month sv( ttli~ u(
tore for next 60O days.
lisses Roges & Co.