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Tho State Board of V.irgiia have
re.adopted thO entire series of text
books used in that Stato for the
pat four years.
I thTn.M .
It is ann o t r
Harris will bo U. S., Conuissionor
of EducatiOn for four years more,
providod there is no politiCs in it.
Iowa pys o'or fivo dollars and
t.wolty-fivo coits por capita, salla
yx0 t inluded, for the
pupils in ler pulbklic schools.
Ve pay-woll. it is not quito as
i oTeaclier's Ilnstitute for Pick
eus County will be hold at
Tlio Stato Board reconneids,
and the County Board agroes that
your attondaic on the Instituto
ought to havo some weight in Ox.
aminatiol and renoaw 1.
rake notice and govern your
It is hoped that. inl addition to
the teachers, all ministers, trus
teos, and othors interested will at
tolid. Begin to got ready now.
The National Educationil Asso
ciation will be hold this year at
Asbury Park, N. J... July C-13.
Do vou wish a scholasihip in
the Peabody Normal at Nashvill?
If so, writo WN. 1). Mayfleod, Stab
Superl itendent Eiducation, Colhmn
bin, S. C., and tell him, so thai
preparation will be made for yoi
The examinatioll will bo hold a
Columbia about the 20th of JuI
Pickonls has not won a schlohu
ship for a long tinme--sono (m
break the record.
First (Orado uti ut'stit se11skd a
the recent exiiiiiiiiitioni wilt b
publish ed 11; son ias p s i ib l e
Thoro sons t) I two opinions a
to the diflieitv of givilg co)rIeo
answers-wlon publisied vou car
form Your opinioit. First Grado
if wol now las fri liv 4 y1rs anc
should mean som'tling and thl
questions meant to tiod out if ti1
applicalt know 11" munch as b1
thought he did. Thire is nto di
grace inl being alo'' t') get even
third grade, if won host ly-thi
is nlo honor ini hiolding ai irst gr'ad
Onice and a wivlto it. seemis t ha
ovelrybody doelts niot under4'istandt al
the peculiarities of' the~ scool~ laIw
nor the duties of the' School (Com
mlissionier andut hislBoard. The fol
lowiing is published as inf.>rmna
tion: 'lThe Counuty lloard ot thi
county hold that teawcih' cert ili
cates of quablticat ion and pay wai
rents must, have the~ seal oft th~
School Conuni ssioner's ollico im
w1 ondlorsoeneit. will beo maiid( o
ertificates from other counitioi
mnless they contain seal.
Thait no County hoard has thec
ight to renoew or rovivo ai cotrtifi
nlito, out. of dtei, given ini aiiother
That County Board has no an
thrity to grant eortificatos on ro
F r o m, . I hEd c a t i o n u ! K t e .
The1 host discipline in oitheo
family or school is that which so
cues the most chot'rfu obedione
are the most complete control
ith the least attempt at goven
ont. Th'lo control which soceurc
s the result of brute force,i
ot a complete control though
ay for timo secure quiet and
how of order. It is the contri
hich the the tyrant on the throm
zorcises over his subject, but it
t the same time a control whic
ill sooner or later overthrow ti
yrant. Much like this control
hat which is secured by a code
nflexible rules rigidly enforce<
eeming, obedience may 1)0 the ri
ut, but it is only soemning anid n<
real obedience. We sincere]
oubt if it is any wiser to adopt
ode of rules for a school than it
o adopt one for the fam-ily. A:
ar all, the school is or ought to 1
very similar. Of course the variou
utily governments nore are mnir
gled, but there is no reason wvhy th
best of faimily government shoul
t be best for school govornmon
d when once we learn that kind
ss is the basic principle of eithe>
shall be able to do very muel
tter work for the childrer
dr our care and secure vera
oh greater comfort for ourselves,
~ leoturer is said to have spokeni
$ eaoher, saying substantially,'
hi~an Is not noted as a dimoi
'pbut every boy in his
1tts himn the Greatest man
*~ ~ Jfa~'tthe lebteu r
in this very spooch acknowledge4
unwittingly that his friend thi
teachor is a disciplinarian of th<
'first rank, froin the very fact tha
he secures the highest respect 0
hi' pupils and the fullest control
without making any show of gov.
ernmont or dosciplino? This ih
really the essenco of good disdi
)line, we think,--tho ability to gain
the respect, and lovo, an1d good
opinion of ono's puI'>ils without a
a constant show of authority.
41macer Signs and Notices.
Go whoro ono will they staro the
observed in tho faco. Recontly a
Richimond paper announced :
"For Ront-Two rooms furnish
ed with a young widow."
Also tio harrowing announce
"Wantod-Four girls to strip in
a tobacco factory."
A lady who is dosirous of dis
posing of sonme property adverti
"For Salo-A piano by a laidy
with carved logs."
TFhey woero a young firm and on
torprising, and so they advertise
their laundry busiimess:
"For nico bosoms go to tiho
Misses Jones, only 10 conts."
Down in Now York, on Park
t ow, roads a sign :
"Your hat blocked while you
wait for 50 conts."
Frqlintly c) he een t he an
"FoImalo Pants Makers Want
A doublo lhuIdor was oico com
mlited inl anl iland it.The re
portr- got, ll the dll t iis. I to s1said
alOlig oither t hiiiigs:
"Johnl Rive was. shlot inl the
11h)(iOloll tio other mllm got 10im
ill till) salool iieXt door.'
It must have been flte saime re
polltr who wrot':
4 Svori (dogs I1*Prt' si t ill wvest
Sswinginhg Nigim iI frnt of i
( hicigo storet hars the logeond:
"Tru1t1h spokn hre." lling inl
'Chic'ago, it it trcts a great doal of
attentio. mo iighit. the boys
will ho putting it in front of m
lawyer's olluco for a joke."
a hut tih h limax is elapped who
WO fiid citio s advertising.
A' nXot ito aii J hbih'igh re)stanran~
r('il thuls: "I'Eri:amhs wishinig t..
I thle sq~iua' toIe tim's first."
G'ov. 'Tillma pa11 lssedl through
Athmatta on hiis way to attendl the
re'-iuin oft Con fedte(l soldliors ait
ltiringhiam, and halud the followi.
ing con'versat ion with a r'eportor:
"He( said~ l' Conhsido~red the dis.
penisariy laiw wholly a doadl failurt
"What will l)hiom of' the stoe
of liquiorH oin hand1(?"
"Wei'll, thatI is hard to say insl
now. I have nio aut(hority to t ouch
these I i (j u 0 r s . Tilt jaw unido
whiichi the StaIto camo11 iinto poe.'5'
51i1n of themi is dead1(. I cani deI
nothing. I guess the liquor' will
have~ to stay whero it is. Tlhore
airo no liquor laiws oin the staitute
books of Southi Carolina. TIhe~
were all1 wiped out when the dlis.
elpensary act was passBod. Verct
- whiskoy, as free as anything eve
o gots to bo in America, soomis to b
,the order of the day. So far as
en (' soo50 anybody andi overybod
(1 can sell it anywhere and eor
a whoro. The court, you know, d
it iid that a municipality caiin 4
a~ a lieno and( as there is no Sta
l law all I can do is to stand
10 and do nothmng, while the 8
is promo Court explains itself to ti
e G'ov. Tilbinan would say nothiii
is Li bout an extra session of thme I
>f gislature, and what course ho wi
1. take wihen ho gets the Supron'
3. Court with him. IHe evidently bi
t lieves things will turn his way ai
ytor thme State is delighted with a
a loons for a while, especially if ti
a ropeail of the dispensary shoul11
.- entail a heavy loss to time Stato.
The king of one coiuntry was at
gry with the king of another. Lu
the peole fight it out, said the;
and weont homeo to road rer1
from the field. Whonel the war wi
over the conquered king owed mi
ny millions to the victorious on
Lot the survivors pay it. said theo
as they shook hands amicably; an
The general opinion seoms t
be that economy should begin a
somebody else's home.
Sowing-cirolos are sometimeu
gatherings whero dresses are sew
ad and ehnrntors ripped.
THE LEADING STOVE OF THIS COUNTRY.
The Best Sve Evi Sold Hero For The Prico,
FOR SALE BY
GilreathM urham Company,
66 Main Sivret, G reeiv ille, S, C,
Deale'rs in everything in IOC KERY: ChINA, (LASS
WARE, TIN-WARE, WOODEN-WA RE and
Carriages, Phtons, Surreys,
VEHICLES, of all lIinds, HARNESS, Robes, SADDLES,
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Sole L.eather, Shoe Uppers,
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Coat
Wagons, Ciri's Tricicles.
Special Agency--Colurnbus Buggy Co's Elegant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturing
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
factu ring Co's Columbia Bicycles..
Greenville, S. C.
100 BREWSTERI BUGG(IES !
Cheapest ever Offered.
> We Make The Best WAGONS in the SOUTHi
G. WV. Sirrii e.n Snpt
25 PER CENT BELOW FIRST 00ST!
Now is the time to buy Clothing
for your Boys. Can give you a
No, 1 Suit for $1.50!
Call, get prices and be convinced.
J. C. ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walkr Stand.
No. 90 Main St., Greeinville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 1894.
We can, and will avc you from
10 to 25 per cent. on all grades Im
fever purchase anlything in our line
until you get our prics, and a visit
to our Store will convince you that
Headquarters for Goods
In or01 ]lne. See our) 65c and k1 .00
(ash paid or Imes, Bi:swax &
Gower & Goodlett,
No. 102 3uain Street,
GuccNivu'.1, S. C.
W E have jus~t received our STOCIK
OF GOODS for the present
season, which wo offecr at the lowest
We keep constantly on hand o
goodl supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUUARS. COFFEES,
MOLASSES, T'EAS, HATS,
D RY 0 00 D) 5,
Also, FARM ERS' TfOOLS$, and every
hing nleedled for Fairminig purposes.
A. G. WYATT
E Lmy, S. '2
If You WVanit Anything
G TC(ALL ON ME.
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Gro
and a full line
of Farm C'up
I can give you a low figurec on
Flour and Farming Implements.
JOHN C. Kay is with me and( will
be pleasedl to have has frien~ds call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
lKasley, S. C., Feb. 8. 94-iy.
W A NT ED,
200 Oords of good Tan Bark.
To0 be deliveredl this Spring and Sum
mer. The bark must be inell taken
care of. Will pay cash on delivary
Apply to~ GOWER & GOODLJET*
March 22. (,.e-.:nh e $ *.
The Best Shoes
for tihe Last Money.
.' ..... ..... .
L.DOUCLAS Shoes are
;atisfactin at thle priices advertisedI than an)
inced. The stamping of V. L. Dougla
unrantees their value, saves thousands of L
)calcrs who push1 the sale of W. L. Doug
ncrease the sales on their full line of goods
inse we bolievo you can save money 1 Y bty:
besd belolft Vatboigu. fe poui APPibcatit
W. T. McFALL
F. B. MORCAN
nave sohl to consta
saving them the dealor
$ 0 Oldet antd argest n
lea sellIn Vebilea and I
- withpv ego to exanin
aid. Vo pay frelht bot
rr. Warrantfor yoari
to toorderfor yon?
boxing froo. Wo take i
Spring Wagons, $31
No.37. Surrey Ilarnoss. saine as sell for $100 to 4
S37.50, as fino as sol.1
to so. Farm Wa
Milk Wagons, Delivo
O Carte. I1ICTra-s FOIL .11
t'.. 18*4 Top Buggy. Mnuu.f1kL
- ~No. 1, Enin1
...IN G\D ll M
stampa la - 1. tagez o,
No. :- ! wugon. Addass W. C. PR
11-:I: n -:N Foas'riu, li twci. ~ts.
TT~ONTA & CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE
Comb-10 sedl Slhed ule' of Passetnger 'o Trans,
in Ie e'.t I )e.ee*'' her~ 21 1893i.
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1, $4 and $3.50 DresE hoe.
$3.80 police Shoe, 8 Soles.
$2.D0,.$2 for Workingmen.
$2 and $1.75 for Boys,
LADIES AND MISSES,
$3, $2.80 82, $1.78
.CAUTI ON.--If an" dealet.
... oft'a you W, , bougla
0shoes at a vbdiace'd price,
oor says has them with
.aou6 the, name stampe
on the bottom, put Ia
down as a fraud.
stylish, easy fitting, and" kive- better
other make. Try one pair and bq con
s' name and price on the bottom, which
ollars annually to those who wear them.
las Shoes gain customers, which helps to
They canT aited to sell at a less profit,
ng all ur footweaq of the dealer adver.
. W. . DOUGLAS, 3rooktens Wase
Pickens, S. C.
i, Central, S.c.
1d HARNESS MFGq 00.
me. for 21 years,
profit. We are the
anufactu rs in Amor
1a1 s this wr. - sh1
be oroany rno
h ytf etis c
h Pan agontf "0
Vfrto ut own ncr..
I1 ris, of dtamage inl 11J"'1"
to SO. ouaranteed N
u e, $95 to sioo No.7008urrey.
2 3.50 me
EI .I 1
S$6to*20 No.7427, load Wagon.
aind fLY -NLTSl. 1;,ikliart Ilila clec 211nwqeh
Vi' l 4VII41 .11 C. In 10iillmttet tires, ir Ltls
Du bl e tubing, rop forguss.
ATT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
('otlibia & Oreeille~ flailroad
Saninel Spencer, IF, IV. flI1id~koper anti
Cl-Widns SeC11xi4 In Effect De"~. 24, 031
Trains runt by 75 'Merinn 'fI 1;1e.
Bet wveuiCliarle.4tdI n Savoinnui, ouifi'
11.20'10 11 ' '.St
find L N .v (1iI E 'khar nicle.'2itni 1x
12-vpnm entalegue. s b forg miy
ATT,1. Sec'yELK AT, I N.
Coulmial& reenvill Rairoadu
Samuel, SpneF W.litl 1idkoe a.Ond
C. joinsed. . Schel i fec De, 10. I03u
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