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Thle NJieepl's Jeurgae.
THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1894.
We will 011d the1 JOURNAL an(1
ith [omo AN I) FARIM ono y'Our foi
Mr. J. C. Mulln, of Archniy,
Ohio, Was ill the City last wook.
Mr. Thomas Bryans, of Atlanta,
Ga., was in tho city last week.
Mr. Frank White, of Richmond,
Va., was in the city Monday.
J. L. Thornley, jr., of' Easley,
visited his father's family, SunldLay.
Col. A. Blythe of Greenville,
attonded Court here last wook.
P. E. Alexander, of the Sontinel,
went to Greenvillo last week.
T. L. Watkins, of Central, was
in town Tuesday.
Mr. J. H. Davis, of Central, is
visiting his son, D. H. Davis.
&Miss Lola Holder is visiting re
ativos and friends near Central.
W. J. Pondor, of Dacusvillo, was
in town Friday.
Mr. Watts Hudgons, of Easloy,
visited friends in Pickeiis last
Mr. James Stoolo, of Groonvillo,
visited his aunt, Mrs. S. P. Bruce,
Misseo.sailielnd Igila Harris, of
Fields, vieitod Aii.s Calrio Wyatt,
last Week .. -
Judge .1. 1. ;Withorspoon left.
here last Saturday for-Groonville,
whero ho will hold Co'urt this woek.
Miss Maine .Ligon, of Pindor,
is visiting the family of Shorifn
J. C. Jefforios and Thos. Popo,
Esqrs. of Greonvillo, was in tho
town last week.
Julius E. Boggs, Esq., of the
Son tinol, visited Greenvillo, last
The Pickons Minstrel Club will
givo a perfo'rilance inl Easley, noxt
Fril y niht.I
L. T. M hlr Ell'
uNir ra Loonera son Lenus
lf hors Stolat ondaoy, for Mris-wu
isowisitingfriends in affneyfthi
JoVhn Miar ,1( of Ashiellon.
Lwis T. Sonr.Thyhv te -
lest hard larst Mondpay f Moips
ei &P. Ty hasoveit thef
hoean rget odieday o Rev. i
MissM.osaLeic, o Cear Rock
Tehiny frioolds cono Mr.for-h
gast thof monhsvi, willurngd om
trtash aslast week.
E. . cEiwaick, oneda ouka
en man friesw of Mhrlst or
ganC, ofwasile, wilas Seaday.
letarn th~ilhlsat shoiscnsalot
terta sonwas ofastyweek.y
WhenGo.y Edwards tho u .popular
Evaas jur ogswo of Charlsto,
ac.ut wl, in te tow casth Satay.
vs. The ootas Mofsubforinbersr
Who P.Cey cV~ioo th~i( lo t pay
Douputy Manrshlbal. 'RoarkI andt
Kling, capturd l hor lid, Mo.
da ~(yoriI, wii~* b 7.11l g, allo'. o
bondit for trial .
which wea sp!'d lid for~ the short
longth of' timio' they hadic to3 got it
Married, on the 11ith instant, at
the residence of thei bride's father,
Thomas Hester, Miss Jane Hestor
to Riley Boeardon, James E. Bo
:roughs, Notary Public, officiating
- i b.lndw an moetmanr
See the ohange' ir T. C. Gower
& Son's advortisenont of Greon
villo. Call and eo thon,you may
find sonothing you wialt.
Tho articlo on our -front page
heaided "Hoio Folk in Wtshing
to,' should hamo bon credited
tu the Charloston Nowe and Cour
Dr. W. F. Austin has roturlod
from Athmta Ga., liavinggraduate(
in donist-ry, bringing off aI hand
slomo gold niodal. H-e will be inl
Wo call special aittontion to Lii('
advortisoiont of A. K. Park, Groon
ville, who has movod his stock aId
is bot-tor ablo than over to accoim
inodato iiis custoiers. iv h in a
call wleni inl GroIn ill, .
$. B. lue, t io p l'' -l'traw#lii;
~~Vi~~~~c. II Nit e i lo. iidy
S I 'l(, ,t v)a~ I Iv, 1)(11M ' IlV l* I\
a ifo r hSaillnd Soi
Malino CopanyiI , (f iichjl oul,
Vat., Wits Inl th10 City last Monlday.
W. i. Stewart, was before Coin.
ruissionor Thrl- atL Mome11.
for d istili ; hIw s m o\-er
to U. IS. Coul i Grenil
JohnStear was bef'oro Conll
mhissionlr Tho reIy last, Monday.
for rotailin ag wIiskoy without til
U. S. stamp on it ; ho was bo Id I
oVor to court.
B. T. MtcJaniol, son1 of J. 11. G.
McDaniel, rocoived a lotter from
Collector TonVIIs aI)poinltilg liim
Storokeepor an,11d (Gaugor at E. F.
Elison's distillery, near Easloy.
J. If. LawA reieo, o (etral, was
inl town Tusa, and hlad busineoss"
inl the of0010 of J, D). 'urlon, 'Su1
porvisor o)f Rlegi.4tration, preparing
for the townelcin
J. Antion was in to.II
Wdne'(sIIldlay oil Ihis return fron
Clemlsol C(ollIe', wrt. lIi- h1ad
b0011 to f-n"111r 1-lis Sonl. \\iljalili.
He reports; 5rGOstuIdentsat thalit in
statultion and several nt(\w bu . dWin1-2
Noi'T'E.-We u ill let t, lie low
s hilhler the hlibling of a sil l
, Vn h : . t a
enou)ighi advancedL to be damta
OxF'iCE C0UNTr C~OMr sl8oNIW,
OVRSE s OF INOADs
AreO hereby notified t~o p)ut
four (day 's -vork on the public
roadIs, between now and the
15Lth of May-tney will careful
ly observe the law in regard to
defaulters anid return the natues
of all de(falulters as requir'ed by
U-f orderC of the Bloardl
J1. J. LEWIS,
Clerk of ltiiad.
Pickens, Ma arch 5, I 10--2t.
SILLOIL'S CUi lm is sol on a
guaranttee. It cur es lu(ipienti
conisumlptionI. It is thie bestI
Cough Cutre. Only one0 cent al
dose. 25 ets., 50 ets., and St.00.
Sold by all dIruggists.
J 1 lii fii, ru~l . New i- i case w'I ..., egll
'rotu editiNeura. ia :l)l Oshn-mnat
IalIs 4 stmah] " P was d ionh-t ghi L i
l' i way and~ tw wastl teb.nd
'I i t h Sal: e ii renat h I Thee o (e
of')t, i I ltic, Hitersenred im.s Ii haji
'o run la oII' W. n .h i, l jtof ight year
'at ingt . -0 it. Iot- ~ nt
Ritteran herr n xood., noer.I aill
en, 'ok mo)l i h- dr iis . :n iiw
John Sekei Caiaw ba (Oii., hidii lie r
Fevr ore oitn ahlis i le everor usrd n
waszi Trurble. Onotie lwie L Tr.
i. r eoe boxa Bottle8 's ArW- '1al
FKll k- icns w. . -age biok<a.le
lhe~ yosr Santhe, wok forl(I
nuses.y reire ulcpersl rem, byve,
torosgtler ichadilowhan athilbin.
rn dall sktuin erupions, . oitoe
Fathor-"Why do you lot thal
Young mian pity You Such a 1011t
oallh?" Dauglitor-B1ocauto, papa
overybody says ho call'L pay any.
Lb jag 01.10, a11d I W"aIi i to encoir.
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Ai a biushol of wvheat wma
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to have VOn O1101- .9OO sow.
-'Wiolll t.-4j' havo dificovorod tlu(.
giormis oI' mal,~r dJist uos but, unfor
I I n d 'sir iiVIIion or Ilieso ge1r111.
Al pilj si.l th I "''ii o'' an n 1iot.
1)1()i'~ti lll 01 of to deadly btic
1i l'lS to Ilb)8011 the~ir ttten
lie Wl'~Vl' thl(y all groe thatt 11
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iiVI\l I''9 it ie to till well -I ied
( 0)1 clii ld Oyogolllt, wh~ichi is 1)01.1
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QOUTN*W"Nw4 PM 'fl
Important Iappenings Told In a Few Line
For Hasty Headers.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 28.-Th
criminal court of record convened a
0:80 a. in., and the street around th
courthouse was thronged with specta
tors anxious to so the two pugilists
Corbett was the first tp arrive arp
was soon followed by Mitchell
Be~sides the boxors prosont, t]toro ar
arraigned for trial Joo rondig, J. E. T
Bowden, Harry Sibler, R. H. MoMilan
13. F. Blake, of Duval Athletic club
and Billy Thompson and Wmi. A. Brad
as aiders and abettors. The trial
Corbott was first begun and the resul
of this wilt decide tlo balance.
LITTLE ROCK, Feb. 28.--At Arkadel
phia Willis Holder, who was convicte.
of wifo murder and sontenoed to be oxo
cuted March 2, had a rehearing on i
mandate fron the supremo court. on
tored a plea of involuntary manslaugh
ter, and was sentenced to one year li
stato's prison. The supreme court re.
versed the douision of the lower couri
because of reprehonsible language used
by the prosecuting astorney to the trial
jury. rho caso is a novel one, the ocr
mal4I stopping out of the shadow of thi
gollows into a short term of imprison
mont within one week,
NASIvLLE, Feb. 27.-Tho city coun
eil coninittoo appointed to investigate
the charges brou lit by certain paytioa
against two members of the. board of
public works and affaire, inet an I
agreed to hold secret sessions, from
which all but the committee, one wit
ness at a timo and the sworn stonograph
or will be allowed. There is some oriti
cism of this action, as the peoplo have
very little if any beliof in the truth of
the charges so far as the officiple arc
concerned and wanted the investigation
held in public.
Tuo.NASynixA;,, Oa., Feb. .20.--The six
prisoners who escaped from the jail here
after shooting tho jailer were overtakeni
by the shoriff's posso and threo of thom
woro captured. Henry Spencor, the
condenmed man, was shot and seriously
wounded, but will live to be oxecuted
next Thursday. Jim Kennedy, who
shot the jailer, was run 10 miles0 by the
hounds, and upon being called upon to
sirreader refusod. 14o was shot and in
stantly killed. He was in a pond of
water up to hiis neck.
MONT;osinny, Alia., Feb. ' P.---lepro
setativos of coiniercial Iodie's of Birm
inghain, Mobilo, Montgomery, Hunts
villo and( Tuiskaloosa, met hiere andI do.
ched to issue a1 call urging all the towis
in t ie stato to organize commercial asso
ciations and to oeihd delegates to a stat
convention of the coinniercial bodies iii
Alabana to nwet inl Birmingham mo
A pril 25, foi tlo luirposo of forini g a
pulmianent stat e or , "11nzationl.
AVU.TwrA, (Ga., Feb. 28.-Tli polier
Com)tnIissin has iecepted tho prolwititoll
of the guarm:11tors. of Pnvaia. fol
plb-iy <m11e ipolice forc of A ugusa.
It il mn indlelmnity of wvages inl 0.
aa11n1 an,01) ini case tit deathi. A
IaiLe an uid1u.
SA NToiNtN , Tex. Feb. 7.-The rt
part 4of a hib gold discovery in (Gi ill'
pi coultyit v, eiar Frederickstburg. ha
heen'i veified. The find( wais inmado ini th
m lotuntainsi on the rantch of Dr. Cr1
Ahthaus, a mineralogist of consideradbl
Irepittation. A. samplef)1 of the tor wa
sont to Now Oriloans int for examlinai
tionm, anil returned wi th a cortificata
statinag that it assayed $09. to the ton.
Hous'rON, Feb. 26.-Information comes
from the Starr county section of thi
state to the effect that a famine is tbreat
onred there. Ninety per cent of all cat
tlo, horses and sheep are dead; no crept
of any kind have been raised or har
vcsted during the past year; groat desti
tution anid absolute want exist. Many
peop~lo are without food or proper
SAVANN Ah, Feb). 24.-A telegram from
Scotia, S. C., has been received hero an
nouncing the capture of Ed Davis, who
mutrdered Willis Brown at tile 5-miles
bend on the Augusta read, Jan. 16. Da
Chiathatm county' jail. Hie will be tried
at the March term of thre superior court.
Hlis crime was a most brutal 6no.
lRdemoso, Feb. 27.--The Confedorate
Soldiers and Sailors' Monument associa
tion, at a meeting, has decided to unveil
the mnoniiuit May 80, next. ' hie mon
umliont is mituated on Libby hill, this
city, and is a tall granite pillar, suir
motunted by a bronze figure of a priviate
soldhier. The selection of an orator was
left to ia committee of five.
CuranEs'ron, Feb. 27.-The court of
sessions convened hero with Judgc
Townsend prosidinig. One hundred en)d
forty-fivo criminal cases are to be dis.
posedl of, 410 of which are broutght under
the dispenisary law. The dispensary
cases wvill not be hqnded to the g rarnd
jury, however, till it lhas finished itsi
AuouWsTA, Ga., Feb. 2.-To'-givo em
ploymnent to the unemployed laborers,
Na3 or Alexander issued a call for 200
.menIl to apply to the ohief of polie9 to
clean the streets and c'rossings of sleet.
Tfhey will be paid $1 a day, It is esti
mated that the damage sto merchants'
st'cks5 b~y leaks will amount to $30,000.
DIrAnT, Miss., Feb. 28.-A train 0on
the llinois Central railroad was do
railed three miles from here. The
smtoker sttrucik a broken rail andi~ with
thi ladies' coach was thrown dlown a
Ihib ,'tlmhnent and~ severe injuriet
were infllictedl upjoni niearly all the pea.
Dcnnet, (Oa., Feb. 2.-A fearful
wreik ecturred oni the A ngtusta South
ern rond ne Bmu's, in1 whc the ten
der tad fouri car. were derailed. One
negro womian was slightly injured. The
can fthtO0.1le wrec1k is unkntiown.
lBiunisonA, Ala., Feb. 24.-Partiet
broke into the com thxous'o at Ashland,
Clay county, and after saturating the
floor or the rocord room with kerosene,
set lire to it. Tlto re~d lyero altpost
Blalfour Will lie Returned.
LosnoN, Feb. 26.-1t is reported thai
Jabez Spencer Balfour has been turned
ever by the Argentine authorities to the
custody of the British police inspetom
who woent to Buenos Ayros with the pa
pets demandinig his extradition. It ik
unaderstoodl that the inspector will im
mediately leavo for England with hit
Professor Phelps Out of Danger.
HEw H AVEN, Fob. 26.-1I6 is roporte<
that Professor Phelps is now out of dan
unor and imnroving sloWly.
A" -OLD SOANDAL.
The 3eeher.Tilton Sensation IN Not Yet
5 Dead In London.
LONDON, Feb. 20.-The case of Mrs.
t John Biddtulph Martin. formerly Victo.
ria Woodhull, against the trusteos of the
British Musoum, has been heard in the
high court of justice. Mrs. Martin
I some time ago obtained an order froin
the courts directing the trusteos of the
British Museum to divulge the names of
the donors to the museum of two books
relating to the Beecher-Tilton trial.
Mrs. Martin in her petition declared
that the first of these books impu4ted
that she as Mrs. Victoria Woodhull,
had made obseine and libellous state
The second book, according to Mrs.
Martin's complaint, purported to con
tain statements made during the Desch
or-Tilton litigation, which, she clained,
reflected upon her. Sir Richard Web
stor, her attorney, said the books qon
tamed iaginary interviews with Mrs.
Victoria Woodhull, in which she was
quoted as stating that she had lived
with Mr. Tilton for three monthe. She
was also charged in these interviews
with blackmailing the tev. Henry Ward
Mrs, Martain the4 took the stand and
gave the story of her life, During the
courso of her statements Mrs. Martin
said that the interview published in a
Chioago paper in 0872 and copied into
the book donated t the )3ritish MAuseum,
and which was one of those which she
doviplained against, had never occurred.
When asked if qhe had ever been
guilty of Inmorality, Mrs, Martin said
tht from 1870 to 1881 she was daily bo
fore the Amorican public and that no
charge had ever been made against her
character. Cross questioned in regard
to the Rev. Hlenry Ward Boecher, Mrs
Martin said that if the Boechor-Tilton
affair was to bet ried again in London she*
must have time to prepare her case.
Tie Defenso Claiuns to Have Scored Sev
eral Good Point".
LEXNGTON, Ky., Fe). 26.---The week
will probably bo consumod in the taking
of depositions of witnessos in tho noted
Pollard-Breckinridgo caso horo. Two
things the dofonseo clains to have fully
established by the examination hero are
that Miso Pollard is now .31 years old,
having been born in 1863, and not in
1804, as sh claims, and that sho was a
frequent visitor to places of dieopute,
-and was in dio habit of associating with
men for immoral purposes before she
met Colonel iBrockinridge.
According to tho testimony she was
engaged to imarry, respeutivoly, Alex
Julian, William G. Wood, a bachelor of
40 years at the timo of her ongagement.
R. R. Rossoll, a cleric at Shillto's, in
Cincinnati; Alr. Robortson, of Cincin.
nati: James Rode. the old bachelor who
paid for her schooling for throo years
Under that undrstanding; a well klnown
society man of this city and Colonel
Breckinridge. Sio wolfo 0mngagemenl
rmigs from inost of tiese, and disa)
pointed all save t wo, who disappointed
Thio definiso has covered tie move
RIement of C(olon(vl )'rekinrlding- hetweon
Aug. .1, 18I. am St-.1, IS91. hv persons
hero, at Nicholavilk- and at \\inclbes
ter. '\li 'll dsa s n .\ u t:. i
that year, Colonel fireckinridgo calle*
on her at Wesoy an c lloge, Cincinnati,
and on thu followinig day ho took her to
the George stroot honso, in that city, and
immedintoly after this she accompanied
him to Lexington, and ho took her to a
disorderly houso hero. A witness testi
fied that Colonel Breckinridge voted
heror on the 4th, another that he waa ir'
Nicholasvillo on the 27th, 28th and 29th.
and another that ho was concerned in a
law suit here on the 1st, 2d, 8d and 5th,
nr A nunat. 1804.
H OKE ?M1T H R E SPONOS.
Heo Makca aun After Zinanew Speech Sn
Athens Complimaentinag Cleveland.
SAvANNAh, Fob. 27.--A Bpeeial to the
Evening Press says: At a dinner given
by Dr. H. C. White, of the State Uni
versity, to H-oke Smith, secretary of the
interior, the later was called on and re
sp~onded and in the course of lis remarks
paid a hi1gh tribute to President Clove
lie said lie had been called callous and
st~ubborn, but it is not so. He is a man
whomi to fully appreciate, one must
knowv intimately. It Is known that he
is a man slow to form opinions. He
takes a question, weighs it thoroughly,
anid hears all sides, and one may
think at the first that lie Is not
making any impression on him he hears
all you have to say and thinks over it.
Hol considers all things and when be has
exhausted all points of the question and
believes he has reached the truth then
he forms his opinion and decides what
is the right thing to goe and thon he is
unmnovable, 1h0 Is firmness itself, and
might as well try to move the mountain
of stone ini DeKalb county as to change
this manl's convictions.
"1 admire lisa firmness," the speaker
said, "1 adminro his courage; I admire
his truthfulness, I wvould say to you
nowv, that I am more of a Cleveland man
today [lhan 1 was last November, one
yoar~ ago, when I cast my vote for Gro
"Thoere are many who say: he should
do this, that, and the other, while he
should not (do tings ho does. I toll
nmany of these pecole that they do not
knowv what they say andl those very
people at the close of the next three
years will roalizo their error, for then
results will show him to be our friend
and still our D~emrocratic president."
A Curious Casn of Killing.
P~ornman-i:rsn-:, N. Y., Feb. 20.-Am
brosa Knapp had a quarrel wvith Mrs.
Sarahi Milton soimo time ago, and Mrs
Milton seized1 a rail from a fence as if to
striko him. Knapp pulled tho rail out
of hier handis anid lacratod 0on0 of thom
so baidly tha b~lood00( poisonintg set in and(
Mrs. M4il toni diod. Now tihe adluministra
tors of Mrs. Milton aro mning him for
000I( <bmuagos. 'Tho caso will ho tried
CU M-E LA SIC
eoss onmly 8:!.00O por 100 squmare feet
Makes a1 good rootf for years, and any
one can ait it onl.
(Gumr-,Asrw P'AINTI cost only 00
centIs per gal. in bbl. lots, or $4.50
for 5.gal. tubs. Color dark red.
Will stop leaks in tin or iron roofs,
and'\vill last for years. Tny 1T,
Send statnps for samples and full
GUM ELASTIG ROOFING 00.,
39 & 41 West Broadway, NEW YORK.
LocAL AOFNTs WANTED.
.Feb. 8, 1894.-Om.
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6 Main Street, Or
Dealers7in everything in CROC
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ALWAY8 THE BEST GOODS I
February 23, 1894.
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