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THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1890.
AMENDE. RIONOII ANLE.
On aecount of the circumstances,
and the relations- existing between
myself and Rt. A. Bowen and Jamies
P. Carey, in my judgement, there was
3othing wrong in their opening a sjac
cial telegram sent to the iX:ENTIN1:1.
last week about the election of U. S.
Senator. Any remarks herci ofmr
published, reflecting oi Ihir(i act ion
in the matter aro wvith(lranwn. I lad
I been in the ofice, this would have
Jr'.n-S TE. R:cw",
South Carolina is the list 'tSate in
lin Union to send ani Alliance man
of the House. Ile is the man.111 to pl
the work through ii a hurry.
'Was .you surlpri-SedI 1)>y the <1cct i,)n
'S Senator'! This llts hk<n a vet
o)f sullrpris(-S, and we ha\v he"''1nVacn
u-Ilq1tmed to seigthe um<i( ta
bob )u, and it docs not ee camuse
tart tr exclaiationl.
Never in te histr of Pilwls
V'lltv have om-i. peoplc beel So hIpv.
Jul for the fiure as at presei. All
. p togetiher for thfe intcrest
t ih counlily, a1n1d wvill muake cvery
"nterpriSC at C01n0n10n benec-'t.
The ladies of the citis of (cfn
Vilh, Anld Chalehston ..re .,Ingo
ltie L\%iit whi glov-s oIY fr
!ilg bacbmk on lh1iapton, 111l lmve
.tdopted and'( publisheirv( utIn
Cap0. J. WY. Prillit in, . ."v trn.aIur
(er (I Abbev'ille, djild ver sui hl
at his hoime lat Sat urtday. Ii' was
o.n, andii ini his death th e con' 'l us~
tain a svere loss. li Iet luit t en
Thie town of Westmuuinsfter in ( a
ne(e coutsl ha:s a popu~i:i ll:o of ', I
llsen'itce of whiiskv gii a)v Lii 1j in.
* . I
lick of aniy uIse for anu fllicer. .inp
he adopttd ini the Uittd States S(n
ate, byV wh:chi inetans it is thouiightI t
that the force bill will b>e paissed at e
this session. Let the g. o. p. go i<
ahiead. Tfhey don't don't uant to die It
uLess' they~ die for (cause4, and14 tis - hI 1
Theo Leg"isJlture has refuse (1
aibohli the olice oif Superisor' iii
R[egistration, and a 1 ill ha:s bein iin
1tldce'd to elecet an < xl t a a u
Judtge wiho shall he callecd anyi time i
to take thle place of either ( i:-cuit iir
Supreme Judge that nmv hs' dis
qjualifiedt temp irar-ily fromu seitngc on
It is now knowni that the( nlt ,N
t ional House ot' Iluen)(SItat ive s will
f'onta1ill two0 Inin1d1ed alt1 thui jv.fouii
lkimOer-akti ot of thlree hilitdrid fl
1.hirity-two muembler s t hat. compose iaSth*e
lIfouse. Tlhis is the largest mnaji 'y i
thant any podltical party has haid in i
that body', and1( shoss that the conu
1ry is' den ail convertedt th
* 'f~he Noirthwesterna (delegaites to thet
r'ecent meeting of the Natjiinal Alli- i
anice, whlo were priipaUih ll Repulil
cans, have fully demionst rated that t
it is the solo aima of the order ini that
part of the country to try and hood.
wink the Southern falrmer an.d get Ii
- themt to form a third party, so 11s to
bust the solid South anid by that 10
2neans keep the governmnt in the '
bjands of the IRepublicans.a
1RI ADMNNISTR ATION.
Theo whola thing has been acurately
ihotographed. The leadlers st,ill ap- 1
i oAr extreme, but tho follow'ers arei
sper'vatiye. When the Legislature p
- orus there will be no sudden jolts. r
osewhao have been expcting a Ii
endous far wi be disappointed. e
a hudredand. twenty four mien li
~eeted& by th~e people, waa most n
o~t furnish nore level heads to 8
The-Itepublican party is now try
1g to play tho role of a whipped el
pauiel. It want to- show a ready G
,Ud willing obedience that the nation li
nay remember with gratitude some o
>f its last acts. Congress is now e
-onsiderii g several propositions for b
le relief of the financial situation. r
p-hey will urge the adoptioi of Dor- t
0y's bill to reduce to I,OCO the miini- -e
ium amnouit of United States bonds 11
which r atier'al tni.s 0l-1ll be re t
quired to kee) (i deyosit, and to t
lurmit the issuec of ciruenting iotes t
by natlionlal balinks to the full amount. t
of the par valic of liifds (eposited. a
This vol1 ill at shlot time ilerlas0 I
tile ciruhitioll about $18,000O,O, and i:
give i hculthy stimuhli to commerceC S
The :c l.o popose a further conces- v
.in tl the fat rl I's by subjecting llna- n
ti)Lal 1!'Itis aId U. S. Tj etaury notes e
tio State tax-dion.q
Do ircs-N says the restoration of u:
(oId1ence A.Ill help the situlatic,n I
n11r iluyi nthint.g else, that it will i
brinl"g out the nillioni Which has 11ld
for reluge into the vaults of the v
J INJ wait and wAitch these wir-ey r
. .e ar t)o shrewd to t,
leave to the fainisled Deiocrats nll e
lie .;ry of savinig the country. I
Lhit WV (01 a ':Inst. in thlir 'eth th .1
hmilliliAtinlg favct thait. thyieverli
nus decAs nlitil i
(oA i., ..
ln,at h r, it < ( ills v t.nt(lv ed a i
nton s 1est. 'I hs iIs ratIIIr eal fiI.or
111 (011'0 ZlI t i4..lliof ],(. il!"I lit tl(le ,Uf
h1. AIlli, I)ec, tio h<i O th: fil I .t its
hi 20ers la2'a [U I a den1 tit ini tiir :n
hties and have ben using their p
ItIein tol:.AN( ((ce thell( ien )und "
ill ii t I .ds. 'I Il- f:. ii ers 'r cI.ar n .11 A
Il VIt 1n.pidly tt!mi s lk mlln wN h a
h.1 A v I if . ud in(,till ill Icr Ill 4'.St li,
io s f thl. I ,. for Ill, liuly d](1141
I ( gail! th.e ca fidhlic. mid vp,|
h ll .n :s-t< I I 1,(mcl. p ne and t
(.: !t h1. '1 k ('* n(Tn n et g to f e
Air. Ar.. 1A.11c, P'1k m11tl LIV.11 S
ltI11 I* n
f d l ive il ill I 1 4 -t e i t p
I' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l lAIl( il . ( u
1 l1d'te are1n4 toe larnifc1'i the u-ed t
'1' the mve, athe usle 21 ethonortedt.W
('ot 24(1 y M. lii Ibe2 dr( ) iged of and
>thlr v,iil take the elean uinage
T S o m en rer rms.t fe
Th n15o fe It:uetin i n-(5 111111 te r i(' i s i
no tis toers tssidh v j1'(8< en caused by11 ll
he cntro1Wl of theset hIats re lvir ?I
I fly tlll. t ake tlv1ate gof an oppert.
Sicket. L11( tiilhl isa e(d tnil
,rk ithe coun~'1tr (i .If we luS1111
al t'all t sthn w illd e wia teIeitr1)
t. for'1 oth'<r.io. Nof ouan Moldl "r
It re 50s 1 (12 luu .il~of tille a(.p( l. lit i l
is c ounr ils 11.1dt wth.a bFrl 1'J
ISet chetioI, col atg inc tie a1 1are
nago Iini I the Stae, e t therovern It
t ~Vmalit tin thpoedil)l ofinn of au
&us that av ayoi Il allie h omr-s
t uitbl, alays t Scuety $rbl .i'o
e m:l.et andthepwduer i theof
An OANEWOTENT COV UWOR.
If a measure now before tho Gen
al Assembly becomes a law, the
overnor ot the State will have un
mited power over the management
i public institutions. At i: pres
at GoveiniLr's suggestion, a bill has
een intruiiced that will give him
ower to appoint all the boards of
rustees and dircetors of our public
utt<uprises, and will put him at the
ead ef the sonic. The members of.
bese shtall be deposed at his pleas
Ye, and of courue they will not dare
) anagonize any measure favored by
lie Governor under pain of dismiss
1,. The war cry of the last cam
mIign ias oligali-Oy, ring rule, Loss
Alm anild centralization of power. If
uch a 'law as that 3poku of is en
Cted and it do(s not mean oligarchy
I'd b<isism, wiat does it take to
onstitute sue a state of affairs?
ie IMem11beis of the Legislature are
ot allowed to di-cuiss these meas
1r1s, as a gag rile btus be.n puIt in
0orce ud(ing- off de4bate.
Verily it, 'ivns as if the people are
ot to have much10l say in the manage
tent of aiaii's af lor ill, a-s Mr. Evans'
tile liiiifs dt-batv (n any qui:Hion to
ii 1milites, there will be bt little
lmnie11e to throw light oni iiportanllt
ills that ire l o(ught before the
lowi i. T1he utting of more power
I the hads of ile Goverm,r thani1 he
myw its will bae a (aniger-ous experi
(s w.ll as < xiaivi-e if it shoul
iiish ( GenerIaIl H aipton. Al
:ived 2.5 N-o( s inl the calcils of h)is
n fr!action against 39 f,;r Donahi.
an. Dildsn %%as It accIIsed of
Iv sins :gainst (1h-1nocravcN hut the
itire wer of the a1dil'inlistrationl
as used againlst limill, although lie
as 1ernI.1SCt1ative of the Farmtrs'
Hilince b) whbiull mi(re thanl av other
:' thing lit ahinistration OiVd its
* * *
'Tlie histroy (f the wlolo business
that i 1np1111toIIs plaie was wNailted,
at Mi. Jiby wiran it and that Gov
or Tilmilli (ecided that his inter
(4-ialaed Ilait Mr.. Ilr-by should
%a it F r t e reSIsons, 'n dmubt
1Ii(lena in hese pww wcular timues
a1 sllr- i nt, thie callcuns Irle was
pliel, the caluius lile was drann,
0 (111clni Vhip was plied smva'gely,
d1 all thle y-ressure the adiniistira
m could Comnancid was Lrought to
ar -I"ainlst both 11hmiptonl anld Donl
I be I iiation are that both the
*fen:b1i parlths have their fighting
ti sltur(ed. Senator Haption re
n-u to iianke ai ('oncessjin or a Pn-om
a to waite a let ter: s'peak at word or'
lw hris friiii to itnke anl or.gan
I et hrt in hnis 1behalf. lie went
forea iI- . L(gisaIrure on'' his record
d a- i a lnryrecognition of
a1arso ora quart' repuidiaition.
is ui bi-'l(1 lire here tat his purpose
ainl is toIi apeal to the peole in
ne.xt St: a avas's, and if lie liv'es
tnala- iieh an1 app<j) al it will hesuchi
-Ia as has never1 beeu known
Sais Ih Caria. Hm, e intends to die ~
hi ant aissurancie of the love and1( coin
enee af hii .a ppe r<ceived direct ~
friaIn ih< ii aftir a full hear'ing or
h their sj;narec', direct repuiattioin J
11tm. He4 is; n.aady to mee-t that
neeC. Thel i iit of hat te is ill lim.
*il* i no yi 'hlin g or* uuort itication L
miua~l.g in his coaurse. He is '
mytonaalt lhe tliht(er stunig to the tight.
liontit anid lie is comainig with an
hie farmers aid the Alliance men01
wivafhy' tono. One the surface A
re is ha-nee. The Tlillmuan anaconi- .1
hi~ a wallowev.d the Alliance iamb e
it is a hard headed lamb with
lis withal awal re-fusa a to lie qunite
stay swall- aed'(. Re'presentiatives A
hlat. (hlin(nt loaak on here a11n ut- 0
:Zaang th< mwaelves. Thi'.y sec a ni
antd knoaw it is a tight one. t
y' cnn feel its coils aUi Plbout them,ii.
they, too, are secretly giirding for"
.a hr iS (aoing to be at bottiime tl
l892.-Coihunha Correspondent a
lie G reenville NewsV.
I?on-c n1ur r-rythlina. T1
hle art of inot beaing should be
nedi by', all. Ther'e arc -.0 muanyi
gs which it is pai'.ful to hear',
manyli of whieb, ii he.ard... w,ill
urb'i thle tnipei', ('a irupht sim11pli- 8
anld modes(1(ty, de(trac(t fr'om co'0 --
miet mal1( happiness. Uf a tm
in to a vio)lnt paionil 1 a n at
lli mannier of names1(, at the fir'st
dwe shoul hiut our ears, am1(
r' no' muore. If' ini a quiet vl<yage
lIe we find~ oiurselvest' caught in one
hiese dlome(stic whlinvuds of scol
we shoul shu t our ears as a sail -
voul furl his sails and, making
tight, scnd bnefore the gale. If a]
less~ manti begiiis to inflame our
inigs, we' shiouild consider' what
chief the fiery' sparksI~ may (io in)
nmagazine beliow,,, where our1 temp.
H kept, and1( instatly, close tIhe
r. It all the petty things said of C
by h1eedless or' ill-natured idIlers1 S
e brought hiomie to him, he w,,ould
''me1 a mere wvalking pin-cushion
sk full of shiarph r'emarks. If we
ild be happy', wvhen among good
we should (penl 0111 cars; vwen XM
mg had meni, shut them. It is .h
wor'aith while to here what our o
hbors say abaut our children,
t 0o1r rivals say about our busi
, 0our dress, or our aiffairs .--res- ~
ubscribe for the SEmTIrsL on)ly
An Earnest Appeal.
At the recent session of the South
Carolina Conference, the Directors of
the Williamston Female College pro
posed to give to the Conference the
absolute control of the College pro
petty iso l6ng as it should be used for
the maintenance of a Female College
of high grade under the auspices of
the Jonference, provided the Presi
(lent of the College should pay to the
Directorsan annual rental of six hund.
rcd dollars, to enable them to keep
the building insurcd and in good re
pair. I!st(.ud of this, the fellowing
prl)(r was recomnjend by the Board
of Education, and adopted by the
"Resolved first, that, if, at the next
session of tl:e Conference, the Direct
0r of the WilliaMst;n Female College
shall execute to the Conference a title
to the property and appurtenances of
of kaid College, with the understand
ing that, if t he Conference shall cease
to use'tbe pr-mises for the mainten
of a Female College of high grade,
the property shall reivrt to its pres
ent owners; then this conference
agrees to accept the property and en
dorse the college as one of its instltu
Resolvtd futhernore, that in view
of the sacrifices in which this arrange
ment may involve Dr. LaDder, it is.
the senseof this body that he should
be retained in the Presidency of said
Th Diretors of lac college, bav
iig found that they can purchase for
this purpose all the stock of the com
paIy, and all the furniture, instru,
ielnts. alpparatus,. museum, and li
braries of the college, for much less
lham their actual va,lue have determ
iined to issue an appeal to the friends.
of christain education among the.
S thfe State, to raise the
teen) thousantld us
zens of Williamstou will colmtrue.
nre than half of this amount, if the
iields of the cause throughout the
State will raise the remainder.
The present movement proposes to
procure for the conference an institu
tion of high' grade of selolairship, of
mviable reputationi, of exellent re
rd, in a building favorably located,
r1dmiirably arranged, and amply
pipped, at less than one half of its
Actual cost. It seems to u1s that no
irne should be lost in securing this
lesirale arrangement. A very slight
.,rt oin the plrt of the friends of
'hristaini education in o. bounds
VoIld enalep us to have this property
-efdy as a New Year's present to the
Contributions of any amount will
)e gratefully appreciated. Please re
nit to James P. Gosset t, Treasurer
'f tLe Cumlpany, WilliamiIstonl, S. C.
Shne 41nd not LHreo th.'en*n -~ ---
Miss Anna Smith was married on
Thiursday ot last week at her home
inenir Pendleton to Hubihert Mutn ford
SartltLon. The ceremony wvas perform
21 byv the Rlev. M\r. Pritehard.
Tfhere. is a bit of initeresting~ roman.
:O (onnic(tedl with thle miarriag~e. The
inne of the groom imittil recenitly hias
>een Andrew~ . Jackson Tyvmmns. He
vas an ardenCft suitor for Miss Smith's
mnnd and heart, and although she
vias pro~bably impressed with t he man -n
he d(idl not admnire his name and
muldl not conlsenit to beOcomeI Mr.
yinmis' wife until his name had been
hanged. Mr. Tymmsn was at a loss
Li know how to do away with the ob
ectai. Mi.ss Smith, Inowev'er, ca-mne
> the rescue and p)etit.ionedI the Leg.
lature to chanlge Mr. T.Lymms' name
H -ubert Mlunford Carlton. This
ais (do1e and Miss Smithb is now Mrs.
lIoNK IN lEA ST.
At torney General Pope dimissed
[r. T. B. Butler from the Ingrossing~
ecpartmient, onl account of his p)oliti
[11 opinions. This was a mistake.
onme o.f Mr. Butler's frienids had the
ttorney General arrested oin a chargei
inltimnidation. This was a greator
istake. But it is enough to say thati
e two acts rival ea,h other for being
Iconsiderate andl ill-timned. Two
uirds of tine men now in politics needi
telesc~o to see live minutes ahead.
The Indian scare is about over.
lie troops have been on hand for
>me time, andl the red men have
mindei(d that they had better not
ndertake to wipe out the United
tnates just yet.
~'i.C lKAfAM (ale.
Jutxa A. heov-, Vice Prest.
W A MO). C~s. IxcA,Csir
(Greenvllle, H. U,
Fipital', . . $75,000
Li .us, . . 15.000
.M. Tiad,n E. II. Faulenw ider, f
nimes L. O)rr, F~rannk I laimnmnd,
WV. Poe, II. F. Means,
P~. Mill-, Jase. A. Ioy't.
'The acconnta oif mlerchants and farmers pI
licited. Dleposcits recivedl fromi it1.00 to e'
y amhlotut pal'lle (in dleumannd. a
All husiness uwsual to bunking nill re- p
lye our earcfal attention, aind we ox- pi
nd every conusi S accommnodation to
*r customers.n 4..'hm..
you to col
to look yo
ed with y4
and will d
If you ci
you the t
Three Gold Premiums E
If you want some gold, hereis achance
for you to get it. To the one procuring
the greatest number of new subscribers
to the Pickens SENTINEL, for one year, I
will give ten dollars in gold. To the one
who procures the next highest mber,
I will give fiede..
flb 16eures the next 'het W 1;
I will give three dollar' in gold, anid to 1
thei oneo who procures the next highest I
number, I will give two dollars in silver.
'The iames senit in must be bona fide new
aubscribers. One whiose paiper was dis
continued before the 1st ot December
would be a new subscriber.
Th2le caish $1.50, miuit accompany each
name sent in under this pr )position.
One naume accompanied with $3.00 will
be counted for two.
'Thle nqmes of competitors and the pro
gress they arc making will be kept a pro
found secret, 8o far as I am concerned.
This propiosition will be of force until
the 15th day of January 1891 at 12 mn.
Names wiill be received and duly credit
ed up to that time and the subscriptions
received under this proposition will run
rrom the 1st day Junuary 1891 to the
mmne day of 1892, asal then be discontin
d umnless p)reviously renewed, exceptiug
hoso which were for two y*ea:s. T1he.
ENTINEL will give a full report of all the
Irocedings of the- Legishature this win-.
'er and next.-.
The SENTINEL tells. more about Pick
~ounty and its people tiemn any other pa
er in the United States. It gives more
bouthi Carolina news,. than any other pa
>er published tin Pickens county. It is
lie paper for all the people, merchants*
'armiers, doctora preachlers and all. It is
)emocratic in pol itici but alwamys comes'
mnt fearlessiy for what it considers for
lie welfare of tihe community on which*
t depends for a sup)port. 'ris is the law'
aud thme only lawv to, which it bows, or to
thich it holds its self amenable. This
a the country newspaper law of self pre
ervation. ibe SNINEL has beena a
owver for good in this county. You
mave a chance to make money by work
ug in a good cause.
Junius E. Rlooos, Editor.
The Pickens Markets.
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lutter per 16)............... . .5 l
Theksn (1r4)?................ .10 m
hceseach............... .i .
3oa rd lb..... ..........](
lour per har..... .... .....50 ,Oe
~offee per lb....... ........20
O~TICEI OF FINAL, NETTi'JMENTl. ri
ly to J1. 1t. Newherry. .ludge . .t
tmetof the etalteof Wamtsem. ~t
(eC(eased, and1( ask to be disisai
J. A. StTEARAT. r
ee tltw4 Administrator.
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THE wE EKLY NEWS,.
I3vAYAT, ( A.
WIS & MORR:
4oing to be Undersold by A
not argue that point liere,
ae and see for yourselves. 1
about blowing our horn, b
u in the eye and get better ai
)u. We are pleased with t
tronage you have given u
o our level best to deservc
tu be pleased by honest go
we can certainly fix you
prepared than ever befor(
housand and one articles y
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