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T1IURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1892.
Col. Jos. H. Earle, of Greenville, S. C.,
will deliver the anmversary address before
Erskine College at the approaching com
Imencemlent in June.
A large and entlusiastic me - in,g of den
orrats was held in Greenville last Saturday
to clect delegates to the March Convention
About 300 by actual count was present.
Col J. L. Orr made a strong speech In
which he showed the failures of Governor
Tillman to carry out his pledges and prom
imes to the people. The followowing dele
gates were clected from Greenville county:
A. 13. Williams, Col. J. L. Orr, Dr. V. L.
hlauldin, Col. R. W. Anderson, J. W. Me.
Collough, P. D. Huff, Josiah 8. Kilgore,
Sr., Silas Trowbride, T. 11. Cunningham,
Dr. Dr. 1). Anderson, T. G. Smith and
Messrs. Samuel Lord, of Charleston, Ira
B. Jones, of Lancaster, and C. P1. Town
m-nd, of Bennetsville have been employed
by Governor TillIman to assist Attorney
General McLaurin in the railroad fight now
on hand. Three big lawyers hired at big
fees to help the State's attorney do his duI.
ty. Just think of the money it is going
to take to pay the.e big lawyers for doing
the work which the Attorney ( eneral is
paid to do. If there was ever assistance
ealled to help AttUirney General Earle or
Attorney Gienwr.l Youmans we never
heard of it. "But Governor Tillman did
.4 and,its all right."
We were surprised to see this choiec bit
of entreaty after its recenit .attempt to craw
fish Irom a similar position waken by our
neighbor. We think this is atlhr c)ol ill
the swiml. to acenlse the people of beinlg
fools and gulls at one time, 1111d tlin ask
them to rvaon together like civilizd pe.
The above is a fair sample of the inter
pretations made by the vditor of -thle Joubr..
nal of matters wrtten for this paper. lie
charges in t.his pi-cee that 1his paper va)led
the people "lools aul gulls,' which this
3>aper did not do, anad w4ich the editor of
tithe Journal knows is mit true. It our
friend was conscieitions bt his- colstrte.
tion of our article, he -certainly does not
inderstand the Englisk .anguage as he
'The editor of tHi People's Journal said
to a O.psesentative of -the SENTrrNI. the
other.dla5 that he would r.ve signed the
call of the couservatives, publlished in hast,
week'a issue of this -paper and which is
publis;hed .again this woek if he had beeni
asked tn-sin it. We sre sorry that our
friends namic is not to the call and that he
was not effred the -oivrtuniity to sign it,
butd we mnust -beg 'hi pardlon and excuse
ourselves by saying that there are many
goodl demoi~crats lik-e the edhitor of the Jour
ital, who w'onkl'hosve signed it too if they
had been askud to. We are sure there is
nlothinIg in 4he call that cannot he endlorsed(
by every 'democrat. We wvill say to friend
Chris. hocwever, as well as to all other dem
crats, thatthe convention meets next Sat
uirday inl the court house at 11 oelock, and
he with all other dhenocrats, are cordially
invited to attend4.
We were looking over the files of the
(Gi enville, News for March, 1890, and1(
found1( sonme interesting facts hearing on tihe
Tlhe.repor'ts of the mass meetings held in
:res ionse to the Shell mianiifesto show that
an 'horena-eu noty the :nlass mieet ing bey an
with 16 menl and ended with 3:2. In Fair.
'tield 57 mna attende'd. In Orangeburi'.
.Anidersoni anud ClIaredlon the aitteindiace is
-reported at 100) or less. in Marioni andi Ab-.
ibeville the 'ittendanie wals very smalhl. The
s-ame report enmeil from Edgelield. In
Illampton no0 mee(tinlg was biehl.
Yet tall these counties were swept by Tlii.
It is not safe to judlge the strength of a
mo'.ve t>y' the size oft thei meetin ugs hi' ait
tile count, biones. Peoplle whoI( staiy ait
hlomle someltimles standl upi to be counitedt on
election day. t his fight has just begun.
A Wonderful1 MIan,
Prof. Winston Smith, a traveling agenlt
of thle Semli- Wee'kly News Is one of thle
mnost won1erfuina en of the age. Mr.
Samith is a brother of Captain Tipi Top"
SnIth. lie was born at lirewerton, L,au
reusa county, 24 3 ears ago. A t thne age or
four 3 ears both of his arms were cut oil
ini a cotton giln. The heft armii was (cut oil
near the shoulder. Thue right onie was cint
(ff aln imeh and1( a half bielowv the elbow.
Despite that lhe has nioting but p)art of
one arm, lie wakes his way through the
world as easily as those who have aill theira
limbs. Prof. Smith is a fine pienmnan, and
has taught writing in (different pllaices. le.
h.md .a larze school inl Augusta. I lis wvrit
ing is beautiful, iIe cani keep b)oks asM
easily as many of the biest took-keepers,
but (toes not, like an itldoo)r life, and pre.
fers traveling., lie can plow, kill a bird
flying, bate a fish hook and catch fishi and
thread a needle and aewv ona a button. Inl
fact there are few things anybody else can
do that lhe can't do0. lIe has no artificial
means of dloing all the things which aire 5o
wondlerfl and1 has nothing bult a plain
leather strap tied around the slump of hlis
arm. Hie cain knock a manll down in pugi.
listic style and in his travels for the News
dIrives a three year old pony. lIe dresses
and undlresses hhinsnelf and asks no0 help
from anybody. Yesterday whilhe on the=
streets lhe was approachled by a mian who
offered to play "'hard knuckles'' with him.
HIe acceptedl but warnedl the manSl that lie
would skini his knuckles. 'rie man persis
ted and( the result was that Prof. Smith
hadly skinned the knuckles of his oppo.
nent. The man did. not care to play any
PrfessoJr Sinith has been gi'ven liberal
offers to go in dime museums in tile North
but p refers to stay In the South and earn
his living by wo:kI.
Files are now sharpe:led by eleotricity..
They are immnersi d In a liquid and the eur
rent turned on for twent.) minutes at the
end of which time they cenie out good as
oe pie Imagine they are makiog
grt ctt'e every tim~e they kick,
A CALL. *
To the Denoerale Voters of Pickens
The undersigned herchy call a mass
meeting of the democratic voters of Pick
ens county under the terms of the address
We suppose the purpose of this meeting
is generally understood. It will be to elect
six delegates to represent this county in a 0
convention of democrats to be held in Col- C
umbla the fourth Thursday in March.
That convention is called to find and use
means to restore peace and good will
among the democrits of this State, to put I
an end to the unfortunate conditions, now
existing, to guard against the dangers to
the peace and liberties of the people now 3
threatened. It will be "authorized" to :
nominate a State ticket or any part of one. :
It will have large powers. The only limi
tation the addiess seeks to put upon its ae
tion is that any contest it may decide to I
make shall be inside the democratic party
lines and under party rules.
All democrats of Pickens county who
Rre in sympathy with the purposv3 announ
ced in that atress are invited to nect at
the court house in Pickens on Saturday,
March 19th at 11 o'clock.
Our delegates should go to Columbia
with the itrength of Pickens' united de
mocracy belind it. Every nan who ap
proves the purpose of the convention ought
to be here to cast his vote for delegates and
to give his voice for it solid party and a
people standing together as one man, and
the rescue of our State and party f,-oi the
perils now surronding tlicm.
F. C. Parsons, O. Washl 1Doweln,
1i. J. filliland, sr., J. i. (1ossett',
.. M. Jones, ElianI F. Elli-oll,
W. B. Algood, Thos. Parkins,
Warren Hamilton I'l. E. ]Bowen,
T. D). Ilarris, .1. H. Amibler,
Rtobt. T. Stewart, T. N. Huniter,
J. 0. HIarden, T. J. Boven,
Elian .Day, J. Sam Wilson,
). A. Allgood, F. hL. itodgers,
job F. Smith, 1). F. Bradley, C
11. C. Grady, L. M. Berry,
Uhaen Cotton Was 3 3-8 Ve'nts.
We clip the following from the Edg< field 1
Our esteemed friend, Jas. Y. Culbreath, I
of Newherry, a native of EdlgeeldlSaluda
man, writing us about a little matter of s
business, got's on incidentally in this pleas
ant and sensible manlier:
"I all h1y n IM ean1s despondt-nt about the v
future. We are no better off tluen 'our I
dhddies.' In 1847 or '-is, olh (*ol. Smillh t
Irooks sent his overseer to Hlamburg wit
four hules of cotton. The latter reLurned
with the Irceeds of sale, to Wit: forty- I
eight dol lars. ThIe 1(old Colonel in his nod
o., exasperation, threatenedIt tll-t11 himl olr. a
The overseer in reply thereto, said: 'I got
m ineh as allYbody for your cotton.' Yes )
I know you did, but i'll be- if I am
worth jin overseer when four hales of cot
ton fim 0lnly worth forty-eIght dollars.' An
other .oe of the neighbors got a little tip. 0
sy, .and w1enl bsid the top of tile market
for his mton to wit: tlhiC and three
eights, aepl.ih '-3Oy'ou fractions; I iever
did like .teim. Give me three all round
ald take -tI Utton.
"Mr. Sampsen Wheeler, who, by the
way, is Onle aHMong our most seisible and
honorable mn, hias often related the above
to me. They were paid for their cotiou in
those days ill So,uth Carolina mloniov.
"'Ever sincee the production ef' cotton,
tile prIices; thiereof have beln Iixedl in En
gland, and1( will ha for mnany years' iln the
future t4imlply because mlost oCf it is ex
ported from our c'outli.ry. Tlhe prices have
beenI 11s vailel inl thle past as A pril weathe
er -conltro)lled -entirely bty 'suipply andu dhe.
mland'. Thlis counmtry callmot ct'rol the
price, when .ii on1ly manufactuIIres abouit
two and( one-haml.f million bales ouit (Cf t he
p)rolductionl, auruaZy, 12,h,O00u in the
"ecan onitrol the price onIly Iln one
way' to wit, redtucc in the South the pro. C
diutionl. As we .raitn ilbout two-thirds of
the entire cottu cr'op of the world, if we ti
w~ouhll ralise less ofi it andel more stupplies,we
corulh conltrol the prices by the uncbange
able law of supply and demland.'
"I believe the productioni will decrease
this year-no0t so imxchi by the peopule reso
lultimg,' as thlat capjitliiss am1(. not nuow, nlor
will be, incelinmed to tie invest their mloney 'n
as hliviqb ly as heretofore inl tihe prodetioln
of cotton at six :enlts. Alreadly the uIse of ir
guano is visibly decrea'.'sing. - A
"It takes moneley to pIrouduce cotton. One
man11 enn1 cultivate twenty acres iln corn, y
11nd, say, the samie ini whea't anid oats--all CC
with Cone biolsc, and no0 adiOti onal labor, Ii
'xceptl to harvest thme small11 grhain. It will 15
a:ke I we) hoCrses and1( at least four mieni to at
'tultivatle the sam11e iln vtton. After all iti
.hongh51 our1 surplu el rop (1))should be cotton,
n order tee keep US oltt of jail.''
P'resenht1mnt of the Grmand Jeury. w
statcelof Seoutha(l Carlimle, Cotluty of P'ick,
(ns - Ini Gteeal Sess.ionse. fui
1'o lI s lIonier, J. II. IIudsoIn, Presiding aC
We, th~e G]rnd Jury', for the Marel.
erm1, I1892, (Cf court, be.'; leave to1 mIake
his, Cor prlesentmlient.:
1. We hauve il;ised uiponi all the bills
and(l(ed us bcy the Solicitor.
2. We ha~ve by a comnmittee of our 1body3
'xalamned the jsil and fillet it, faithifillly
eIt. Wee do no01t thinIk, h!oweve'r, that, it is
ni a sefe' 'ClIndition,I and reconnnhhende( thait
omeW nIeieed repairs ih' Cput 1upon1 it.
3. We leave also Iby ai (comm litte ofci our
CCC(y, exaitlined thle condelit (ion of lie p.oor
ud( po0or1 farm,ii and1 found the farm well
epI.t, lie pstupers we'll ariie'd for' and1 the
tek inl g4Cod conlditioin.
41. Thle fremanllil, Lahlan Mafiuldin anId
Ioht. TI. Stewart, w'.ere apipe inte'd by our
Cledy a specia! ('onunlittec to e'xamtine illtIC
lie (condiitionhl of the variolus 'ounmty ofilees,
vhich wvill be (lone someC timei duin ig the
5. We recomtlmend( that thle law regard
ng the issinmg of license to pledd(lers lie
We retuirni out'r thanks to y'our I lenor for
lie able and clear in)structions given us5
egarding our (duties; to) the Solicitoer for
ssistance' and1( sdvice given uIs, a1( nd til1.
'e'rs oIf the court for courtesies shiown us.
M. A. Boos, Foreman.
Many per-sons lhave an estaite ill the good
vil arnd esMteemi of ai ('ommun11ity', mlore vatl
le thaln hous10es aind lanIds. To( secureT
his requires inltegrity, dignity of eharac
er, an1:1 a social naiture. lIe whoIC goes
broeugh the world cross, cra1bb1ed anld laelf.
sib tryinig to get all the afiln po'sibelc, un1
mmdleful of others, (leer yes n1o friendls and(
will haive fewv. Ilia face benay13s his un1.
plleasanlt disposition by alway s w enring a
scowl. lie leas tno weerd of greeting for a
nleighibor who may1) cheance to pas by. The
boys cali himt old JBrown,'' to show their
dislike for him~
On the other hand the mni whot malkes
friends bcy his geicdal disposition is liked by
all. lie- is always ger,teel and dignith"(.
lie does inot seemn to seek friends, bust by
degrees, as "censioni offers, lie im1presses
ID a favorable andI friendiy way all with
whioml he mleets. Such a, man will sueee..d
far bette'r in the world, will tbe muhe hap
pier In lisa home, and will bec an advanitaa:e
to the CeolTomunlity In whlich lhe lives. Y.oung
persons should cultivate the congenl
qualities. They wI I be trusted more by
their superiors. and will aduno far fak,r
n ary business or profession. Don't go:
long with your head down A if you were
uilty of a crime, nor refuse-to speak un
ms i.poken to, and then only in a nhonosyl
Anderson Gots tie College.
Columbia. March .-,te trustues of the
outh- Carolina in(ustrial and Wintrop ?
fornial College net today. Two bids for
ic location of the'sch)ol.*wertjeonsidered
LIICIso, $75,0 and a site; Columbia.. i
12,000 and a bite. The former was ac- t
epttd and the boartl will meet in Ander- r
on AIpril 11th, to docide upon the exact i
Appointiments For Pickens Circult.
st Sabbath, 11 a. Iml., Plekens.
A ', 3:30 p. in., letlehemem.
d "6 11 a ml., Gap11 Hill.
d "t :30 p. mi., New llope.. C
d "1 11 a. i., Porter's Chapel. 2
d 3:301) p. Iml., Twelve Mile.
d " 7:30 p) n., Pickens.
tL "4 11 a. In., I)acusville.
tht " 3:30 p). ml., Tabor.
Pryer meeting at Pickens every Wed
esday at 7:30 p. n. B. 0. IInCy, P. C.
'SAVAGE IS ABDALAH I"
My line horse Alidalah will be in Pick
ns oii or about the 2tit h of March, 13th
nd 30th of April, 18th of 1ay. and 6;th
iw. Stock ratisers will pleiase come and
ev him. A. W. TiHOIMPSON,
March 10, w4 Seeen, S. C.
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3WATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens, .
By J. B. Newberry, Esquire, Probate
WiIsH A, John W. Brock,. made
uit to mC to grant him letters of
dminitration of the estate aud effects
f George W. Brock, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
sh1 all and singular the kindred and credi
ors of the said George W. Brock de
e9sed, that they be and appear before me,
n the Court of Probate, to be held at
'ickens C. H1., S. C., on the 24t.h day of
farch next, after publication hereof,
t I I o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, if any they have, why the said ad
iuniistration should not be granted.
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f March, Anno Domini, 1892.
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-1'ATmE OF SOUTH CATIOLINA,
Cu.'TY OF Pie.'a. I
Court of Common Pleas. ]
tihard A. Hester, Plaintiff,
veliie Marker and The Geiser Manufac- 6
tiring Company, Defenldanlts.
Sininons for Relief. ']
1o tile Defendant, The Geiser Manufac- 'q
You are hereby siummoned and required I
ii answer tle comphlait inl this aiction, of
vlich :1 aopv is herewith served uponll
it, and t,) serve a copy of your answer
the sail comphAint on the suibscriber at
is oflive, inl Pickens. S. C.. within twenty
ays after service hereof, exclusive of the
ay of such service; and if you fail to an.
wer the comaiplaintf witihin the time aifore
tid, tle plainltiff in this netion vill I alp
ly to the coirt for the relief demanded in
Dated 5th February, A. D., 1892.
M. STEWAR-r, C. C. P.
JU LIUS E. OGGS.
Plainti ff's Attorney.
'o the Defendant, The Geiser Mantufact
Take* notice that the comniplainit in this -
(t ion alls file~d in thle (aile of the Clerk
f the Conurt for the county of Pickenas,4
n the 5ith of Febarary, 180)2.
JTUrLUS E. BOGGS,
el i wG Plainti ff's Attorney.
;TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, t
County of Pickens. 5
Court of Common Pleas. I
Sunmmons. (Comaapiamt not served.) r
'lalah:s lHun s, Othell> Burns and( Kitie
Burns, nminoars, bay t heir enardiana ad lit-c
emi, Leiwis Burns, Plaintiffs,
:liza A. E. E. Hughes, Lillie . Knight, I
laray TI. hompson, Esthr L. Fowler, a ]
iinor, Johna TI. Stepuhens, Samuel (G. B.
tephiens, Mary Jane Stephens, James K.
tephlens, Mary Ann Step)hens, a minor,
nid A. T1. Stephens and J. T. Lewis and F.
I. Morris, p)arl aers dloing b)usiness under
ac tnme and style of Lewis & Morris,-.De- p
o the D)efendants above named:
You are hereby summhaonied and rcequiredl
> answer 'thec compliaint in this aiction, S
-iehi was filed ini the otlice of the Clerk I
f the Court for the county and State
foresaid,l on tl:e 11th dlay of February,
802, and which is now on file in said of.
cc, and to serve a copy of your answer to E
ie sai:l complaint on the sutbscriber at his
111ce at Pickens, S. C., within twenty s
ays aifter the service hereof, exclusive oif
xe dlay oif suclh service; and if you fail to
nswer the conmplainat within the timte aifore
mid, the plaintilfs in this action will apply f
the court for the relief demanmded in the
Dated the 11th (lay of Febaruary, 1892. |
CIIAItLES E, 140BlNSON,
..j. J. M. STEwAnIT, C. C. P'. feb18w6
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rs, we aire able to obtain a ntumbe(r of the
hove book, andl prFopose to furnish a copy
> each of our subscribers.
The dictionary is a nece*ssity in every
0ome, schaool ad thnsiness house. It fills
vacancy, andi furnishes knowledge which
o one himd(red other volumes of the
htoicest books could supply. Young and(
ild, Eduientedl and Ignoraint, lIich amnd
'oor, should have it iihin reach, and( re
3r to its conttents every day in the year.
As some have asked if this Is reatlly
ie Orginial Webster's Unabridged D)iction
ry, we are able to state that wehiave learn
tI direct from the publishers the fact, thait
its is the very work comaplete on which
tout forly of the best years of the au
aor's life were s) well employed in Writ.
ig. It contains the entire vocabulary of
bout 100,000) wordhs incudinag the correct
pehling, derivation and (deflination of same
nd is the regular standi(ardl size, containing
bout 300),000 square incehes oif printed aur
ice, andl is bound in cloth, half morocco
Unatil further notice we will furnish thisI
aluable Diet ionary,
1st, To any new snbscriber.
2(1, To any renewval snbscriber.
3d(, To any subascribier now in arrears who
'ay up to Jan. Ist next, at the followinig
tamps, marbled edges, 00)c.
IIalf Morocco bound, gilt side and back
amps, marbled edges, $1.15.
Full Sheep bound, leather label, marbled *
Del Iivered free from our office.
8ubscribers at a dlistanice may have the 0
Pictionary' delive'redl by special prepaktl ex
ress for ?9c extra.
As the publishers limit the time and num
er of books they wvill furnish at the low i
rices, we advise all who deshec to avail
iemselves of this great opportunity to at
M a GOO
Lnd Mr. Buck
lays he'll git
'har if we will
icotch for him, and
Ve'll Scotch, and begin
7o bore with a bigger augur,
Lnd if Buck don't slip his halter
Lnd flicker, we won't, but if there is any
lore Bucking, this Almanack will
"orm a combine with Uncle Miko,.
7hat good old man, who never
tIickers, nor Bucks nor breaks
)owr, and will hustle things
Ls they have never been
lustled before. It's now
kbout time o' the moon
['o plant some garden
rruck and Irish
?otatoes, and fix
.ood to eat
L lot of
n addition to a
'omplete line-of Spring
'oods of all descriptions..
tedl traps, sheep shears,
lnsh and briar hooks, bells,
'ie out chains, wheelbarrows,
'0ols of all kinds, iron, steel,
fails, wagon material, and nearly every
'hing that a person needs about a house.
W. T. McFALL.
A change in our firm is contempla.
ed at an early (late and fromn this
late until our present st,ock is dis
osed of we will offer our entire stock
4t a great reduction.
Tremendous stock of Jeans and
hoes to go at a sacrifice. This is
io old shop-worn stock of goods we
*re offering buit brand new goods.
huyers will have a picnic as long as
There is a few pieces of Jeans at
5c., up; Shoes 20c. pe p)air, up; best
hirting 4.) cents per yard.. .Big
tock of Groceri'es at reduced1 pricce.
tardware, Crockeryware, Gl1asswvare,
~inware-in fact, everything now in
tock to go. No reasonable offer re
A few more of those fine Texas
led, Rust-proof, Oats, call and get
ome while they last.
If you owe us anything call and
ettle at once. No goods charged af
er this date.
Six fine cooking stores at cost and
reight. A good horse for sale cheap.
2A R R[S & MOR RIS.
October 27th 1891.
erfltRIANS TIULE reue bo stomac,
h lr an b c, rif bood,b trtoau
ntoosp lanaiam e etua le Aob.
Y rmntfo liouneat Headache, o eaturn,nave,
Jarnic, Didnbey, abin Liver Troubles,
bIt, Dsordertie,fmah !) ho, D user,
ion Pampeia Eea, Rushulnc FmeCorn.oo
AL!ter, dIcerIIt, Liver' ro'ble,
to?.ha . .. -a ilwom
n Kaca."''&''litbeim *c'"d
e ted Saloe a,s ed
Liver les eeat r as
P.d v.rBo67. Newsymork.
or****eeeethat se esultseefroe
inted-by-taking e tabate neac el. Aee
adistar ed se worke tealandab .edo mtey surstr
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nTh'hj t 0. ha l ob instrneut the moar t nrede
i-tb greo bn aent.1 and *l2 1-' gront e., n
. M o 071, Neerld u ew iea ork. r
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NEW SPOT CASH FIRMI
Tihe firnm of Morris, Major & Co. has been dissol*d.
I have bought time entire stock of well selected Dry
Goods, Shoes, haits, Notions, Groceries, &c.
For the next Sixty Days these goods will be sold
at and BELOW COST. I munst have room for new
goods. This is the opportunity of the seasomn to get
I sell strietly for CAS11 5- - w
N. B. Parties indebted
pected to come with the money and SETTLE AT ONCE.
LEWIS & MORRIS
February 1, 1892.
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