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iA gISULE iBU'T TOO TIl.
The Easloy Domocrat, unable to
answer th( argunmont of the ,ToUR
AL 1111d too stubborn to acknowl
edgo its blunder, trios to obscuro
the issue, by printing a column of
misquotations, garblod statomon ts,
personal lings at, the editor of tho
JOURNAL Inid snoering allusions to
the Weaver mon.
The D)emocrat accuses tiho Jovit
Nu1. of using the eX)rs(sion), "hy
pocritical antiis, t he 10:t.Al, d
nies this chargo, but. did allude to
soee of them, as "hypercritical
conservatives," as they woro criti
cising without good reason its form
for annomicing candidatos. Ther<
is some difforenco in the meaning
of the words, hypocritical and hy.
percritical. as the editor ot the
Domocrat will soo by referring t.
iis dictionary. The ConservativvC
lave callso to coilaill of (he
JoI'INs.a, but it did not on tihat
,ccasion allude to them its hypo
ritos. The Deimocrat should ho
a refl al)Out correclii the In -
(age of the jou NAl. or tilkkiltly
Iptiouis excoptions to its foriis
if exprossioil, for: the, reade rs
ho Jr01NAL areO practical and ri: -
onible people, anld th1 JornNAJL is
.uhlished with view to ieet tlhe
prvlof stich people.
It is the custom with fir tws
1upers to publishill the t i llillins
he editorial or othler mat to *r wtliti
hey propose to criticise and tliell
t thOwir comments follow, but thie
)emoerat, for rt-(ollS lest killoWni
A itsol', h1as failed to exto'tno.d tis
oirtesy alid evidllc 40, fall pl n ,i v
I the Iorl.'NAl.. It ha. pr1ef1rred
.) give its rael-rs i Ut 'Wil eolnst ite
ion a of Wll l tl d,'Ioi rat i
r- thian thll languaolge itself. Thll
orVIINAI. I Iatavs willing to Ih(
'Id reSponsibl toro its words, but
t4s novt proolse t3i answor mis
tatementts oof its position or miH
lit att it Ins oft its language. Wlii
vo i h ltoctrat ca)n como withir
heo ri l oaf fair 10ournfalismu, th<
ort ttN A. will be pleased to discus~
juestitons of imviport anen to t01
;enor at pulic with it.
As ithe Dem~ocrat has commenl~tc(
lhe afflair anid has soon) lit to mak
t pers'~onafl miatter of it, as5 it eimi
iot refutod argiuet , thet Jo OItAx
wvill notice some of the facts an
probable caIuses, lead~inlg tup to (11
ontroversy. Ther('O is ivter
attack on a newspaper withot
design. '.I'ho Jor~tN A . has b1e ~iot
mnany a battle and still survive
the most brilliant newspaapjer ta
mn. of the counmty hav'intg bieen a
rayedI against. it. One by one hats
hue editors of the Doemocrat hturlc
~heir darts with a madman's ftur
it the JoURINAL on account of it
>rninciples and its dloctin es. A
ast a. Tillmanito su1ce(ds to~ th
ditorial chair, butt the (cnlieto
till is raging, the samte tatcties atr
sed and the samo) wanttont spiri
nid malignant design 1. ar videntI
The Demnoc rat Isays:
"W~e thtoughit oof course'I thatI t he .loru lsA
old siinp1Sly rpudiote , in a31 few well o
n words, any* intio n i deatitj ont it s " pri
slighitin3g ItheW3t w ordD ino3*ert, o nd wind
o problotty w ith~ a peroratin on the granii
ttr and subloiity of nemciocrat ic" pri.
es with ant avo'twal to stand( by theni
rough thick and)( thoin, and11 thus1) set at
ot I tese doubts."'
The JoinstNt is indo tlsiorroiy that
could not catch the( itntentiot
d purpose of the D~omoerat it
iung the JOuRNAL, to task abou
mode of announcing candidates
ad the JovllxA1:s attention boet.'
0010(1 to thoe applarenit omisi<~ I
the word, "DJemnocratie," in tinm
mako the necessary correct ioi
the noext issute aufter the canid
- 'es bogan to be anntoutnced, s<
to avoidl any chance of injuri
catndidates by the springing o
.question on thomn, then th<
arnal would readily have -sect
fpropriety of the suggestion
*for the sake of innocent pair
would have conformed to th
~an of Demnocraat. The Democtat,
wevor, waited four weeks until
tim, groat majority of the caindi
dltes had boon atnnounced, and
sprng the qnestion just a woek
baoforo the State Executive Com-.
*ictoo met, and at the time the
~o4tgpress was urging the Exeen,.
1iv6 Committeo to oxcludle the
Whaver men from voting in the
~prhniary .eletion. These facts, in
aiditioni to the fact that thieoditor
Qf 19h Democrat'was reported and
%xi skted1 to be a candidate for
tivo for springing this quostion
at that timo and under thoso cir
cumstaneos. 1Had thoro boon mor
it in tho point, and had the State
Executive Committoo adoptod the
suggestion of the anti press, the
editor of the Democrat and anoth
or sot of candidates would have
had an easy timo in tho primary
election. So the editor of the Jour
na1l assumii tll th responsibilty
for using that objectionable fornm
of anillnolnclieilt and succossfully
showod tat the objection was not
Wel taken. If li has nip)p-d inl
the bud i sceloillt to d4eat Candi
datos, who had boon anniouneed inl
the J ournal, I is ready to hour all
the persoial slings anl un1jut in
- V011 1%44 I til t - 4 X 1 4. t tl 4itli l. h It ill I
atti uaioli(41 aai n fr tili til
tD emot t armenlit i ll it . 1) I'I
"\e ei ply i a de Ovr thila b ril pr
owe ur i led w r11111 y t to e xplin our
squarwdi wtel ilt %i.t iayin y 1n1are. aIl-er l
I ut aitps af cal for t t hi li na
i kc n imew h that on of allhi h ri
4)11lr .111111%!141W llti:ilt - Ia itIhel ( f Ihe
wI l h :I -rinoet in t . A1- el win 40t < :1 th i.
prov- te'. wiin d, no thig.Aiecni y ri
be su-f. e ring w ih n i xt, s %%V Wnat ria :
% tl nt 1 et, r i. ncil h e , asx w lltt h Is
s, 1 f1 10 k 1 O I thingl iNts rti f11
wed lidin that' coit y t e Ople ti 4 i -
i nne hi) ;mo n n i is n t. a ish
(the ll (r i l) 4..'t Thanl ' i .ht o s at :e
\ r ilofor rs inig i t e atidle
(I t\ frlat lth u h. l w eas inn ither utn
NO)1Nh 'l a arliwe tha i tol were ill hhik1
Ill. i ' p tlitica lb-roor.. W e ll
aId li , iatit issa la l fr stir aIssI
re 'our argine tha it is ato ore
f it i1 i t t (' o l ni
M) Cil I to i.liit'i's t xil' ld'. \ t a I
\Vt;feti (v f regardedbl the aril
in th'i i kena ra aso i tn i ng ilth
heil p'ioi ta11 ro . prmis( , tal o
hile it kls a lo , a t plall
tiol o1wh thiti partular form
why111 the wo,111N Dwmier til, waki
oi tt . W e i t -i h tatl explt t ltt 1)
Iatisfacte~ ion' of r'easonbiol
:nueu ilustratd iit by theex-sap
onthe AieconI Times tti, bt t tht
The ore wolt cot nser s will mtt
the) mohe wo~j are( 1impressedil tu
tho'r ois.cmiaio gtu
d 10 istg 5blC(e'5 amollg 'lilt'liss b
some Oilpose wc ill Il sbiitkelz
appoliury sois lorl latir lin itn enln
p1raignoe, and thait te forito 110 i
or nl iiimousin-i m n wasI llionly
protonencu to gmoi ie CI'on a.
Tt'hel Fclenl ni net an bad-op
l.haric gowpinr it ittlnient Oa-tus
wil h ei n .luitil eng.-l se1e ( henCl' it v
'1rat. :hole co-ilntry iavn prvol itlfrd
in Woe luo-da, bait idfar tha e
n hardraf had fos lo ouc oher
'. it A.d ~r uid sonpw rct h scof
Dr. J. T. McBride, J). D., did not
fill his appointment boro Sunday
as ho has gone on a tour up north
for his health.
Wall stroot has selectod our Pro
sidonts and controlled logislators
long enough. Lot the peoplo 111v10
a turn at tho bat. Thoy have bcen
yielding ovor sinco Abraham Lin
coln laid down the nit. ( Peoplo's
Voico,) that's what I siay. Why,
did'nt you know it, that truth will
compol you to assort, thut, thoro ii
not a prinildo numErated inl the
Om )aho platform that wals not ad
Vocatod by Jofferson, l'rank iin,
Madison, Cailhoun, Jaiclsoni. S'Ny
Junlo ISth, P 91.
; . Smith, tiiveling ('vaigelist
of iKoy West, Floridna, pronche(id it
tho Hlaptist chli rclh hr,1 iist, n ign t.
Mliss Emma1111 llen1driekl., !1as re
tirlied froi Texas.
Miss Austin, of Arkansaus, is vis
iti)g ier' brother, Di. W F. A ustin.
Champl Parkins has returned
from Toxas, he rieports good criops
anld poalchos r-ipo.
'Tho throshirs iro closing ill) he
iheat crop inl this section rapidly,
whvIat is goenrly sorry.
Dry anid hot wouthor just now,
o ver1 t i etks sinco we havo had
J. S. )'Dell's house came near.bo
ing destroyed by firo Sunday night
justl at dark, tho family had just
loft tho house to attond church,
when1 som on passing discovered
the stovo room was on firo inside
near thu stovo, the timely applica
tion of a fow buckots of wiater sav
ed thu building. Tho firo was un
dor good hoadway and a fow min
utos moro would havo dono th
tho work. Causo unknown.
Some of our I faskol I broth ron ar
taking it very much to heart be
0au1s1 tho triuo Doixiocriats of (lii
Stato aro alilowed to pirt ie ill:0 Ii
the prililry oloction, w Ii' v lwan
it. ropOrted tnlat s''verai Ihe
most excolitlt"h~igilt j
wisd mi il (1010 own estilinnijull
l11ave slI, alnd Haid ag 7 milli , and iIoeh
a a yin1 1g. lint the D ,ocrats i
m ani, ini the- hist &ileet ion1. i tuldh no
'roegret to4 b' alIo toi S t ai I tha11
i ifromii l'lshiazznr's ol fox ( as thie
nyving is) espcill i teyhoie
.a nod tliniik a1 t 11h0y net. the'
havo sneh ani 0v'4rstock of pjuie~i
Ihat they' Will not in1vest igate, ani
i is. I i kc Ii easitog pearilslholor
sw1 in o aIirgu( wiithI suich gen11tle
Ii Ine hand boy1 tiles together th
0 tails ofi two cats and1( hangs thou
on th Ile ('cltes line~s and( they turi
I toi and t ear an(d cla1w (eh otheO
o ad nt h oy wvho got thom int
The'i mloneOy sharks have sk innoi
3.the whole )Opeoewhotrgd
a p~arty or rol igion), and1( now thi
skind v)1(1iict imIs fighit each othier i1
ii tIl famo of party andm keel) 1
an icessauit howlinug "lack o
conifidenc" " 0 y 0 r )prodclltion)
"T1ariffT," ete., phraso IieHput in thei
mouths by tho mlonecy powers, lick
Sspit Lio, viz, the old1 party boso
-Whoro'inl are those 01ol party sliave4
wisor. than the cats?-( New Chos
DiJon't got dliscougod--thoro ii
a1 tLim 1)0comin)g in) thle neoar fut ure
a tim when svlome5011 mlor people wi'ill
ha111on to) reason.'' Tlhiey have not
boon pushod to thle wal yet, nior
felt thu kooni paungs of hunllger. nor
Lstoodi onu adve0~rities burinuk, wdh I
4 star'vationi stainiig thieii in the face,
al Il iso harud tiien." aund ye( i
luny bo hairdetr to breakuh the speul
- t hu 'inn-mbetr. itutooi fory ye rs i
"ir. -'itr:\oaevy dry
hieire now)1-had not ram ii ni inearly
biireo wueeksi. Crpus are 1lookin1g
iiel() icie'rig the seasuo.
Alareus Noith, Sr., diud oni the
I Ith inlst antI, of II rights D isoaso of
te Iiduoiiys, and1( wa~s inlterred( at
M~loss D). F. Sutherl and & I ro's.
storoue andiR 111 n itir'o stock of
goods, and1( about t hroo hiund (red
b)shls~l corn was barneod up on the
night of the 13th inlstant--causo
un)known. Loss about $2500.-nio
Born to Elijah Edons on the
8th instant, a son,
SThere was nobody marriod re
cently in or around-. this vicinity,
but from tile wa cokid s r
body is going to marry or keep
"batch," and that would scom to a
casual observer to bo at diflicult
task to koop 1)"batlill" and post of
Glo too. LoOl.r ON.
Liberty Ningisag Association
Mot with thel Tabor Mothodist
chburch SuidayN, the, 10th of June
18941. Preside:nt .\1. P. Rogora pro
sidinig. SerJviceS Was openeld by
reading tho. I;L54 It p.lam. Prayer by
bohrJossiv El Ii.. 'Tho Commit
nity nprogran i preselted the ful
lowing liders-firs( I'ro4. W. W.
Norriss to arrnngo thi class and
loatd fifteenl mlinics.
2nid. J1. T. HIlonods. 13rd. L.
T. Wimpy. Ith W. T. Day. 5th
\ BII i la t. Ein-h l dig fif
\'hei one hour aind thirty minu
te's was givo) for rofreshments,
whion thero wits a suilptions din
ior takei aill arouid the church in
tho grovo, after thoro was iany
baskets taken up somewhat ligh t
or than they was when put down.
Ro-assembled inl the house at the
appointed hour. Class arranged
and lad by W. H. Bryant fifteen
minutes followod by Prof. J. M.
Looper, J. T. Hammonds, and M.
(. Looper. Aftor which brother
Tr. C. Robinson and Laban Maul.
din addrossed the Association each
with a nico littlo talk.
When Prof. W. W. Norris takeii
chargo of the class and sung thro(
pieces closed with 'God be with yot
till we moot again. And the Asso
ciation closed till wo mot with thl4
Easloy Association at Zion M. E
Church oin the 28th and 29th o
Thero was a very largo. crowd ii
attondaice ( and a lotty good cro
of calli(latos tio, an1d aill 0 seomo
t(o oily t ih Occasioln.
Tlh nisic was good, 1111d botto
al hetim., th Ab.s inl tho after
Io(n. we think. Thuis enuled;
gol~''l <lm 2Thr.
. 1'. Itorn-:s, Pres.
W. H. SwMri , Sev'ry
Oinchai .Xof ier ofl' . a IE fos'alv ()a'
;vat it1W31I 1011.
Puirsuanit to resolution adopt
>d by the reform Stato execu
ive comillittee at tlie lleetiij
I bel in CIolumblibia on thie ithi da,
'or Apili, 18')1I, t he refornmerso
t. Pickenis couty arJe hereb)
cal111led upon to moot at their re
spectivo voting precincts on thi
first Saturday in .July (7th) ata
o'clock p. mn. and organize
thiemselv -s into :reformi clubs
eacn to enroll its members, anw
elect a president, vice prsident
secretary, treasurer' and1 an Oe
cutiv ecommnittee, the numibe;
of which committee to 1)e deter
amed b~y each club. Only thos<
1 persons5 ar~e qjualified to becoHIn
members wh~io are known t<
have voted for the reform can
a dlidates in 1892 or those who wil
pledige themisel ves in uniting ii
I the club meetimgs to support th
> reform candidates, wvho shall b<
> nominated by the State reforn
1connuilittee to be0 held on August
ithe 14th, 18mi.
Refomer Iar (earne~sthy so
licittld to interest themselves in
(. fiose otinigs and see that all
kowni reforers arie enr~olled(
- as mlemberas of thme clubi. Each
club will adopt its own by laws
as to its fuitutre meetings and fut
titri enrollmnenmt of roformeors
who fail to attend the nmeetings
heeby calIled. Thie secretary
electedl at eachl tlub will report
to the under0Isignedl thle result of
its meet ings with a list of the
miemibers enr olled and the offi
I cirs elcted(. T1. C. RORINsON,
Thei P ickimns alliance olectedl at
itsIi het rularm meeting tho follow
er: \' io pesidnt, WVarren Boyd;
S'cretary-, M'. 0. Looper; 'Trasur
Stepho~ns; L ec(tumor, II. B. 1101
cut:; Stowart, J...Curoton ; Sor
gant, at Arms, P'. A. Porter ; Assist
ant D~oor-koeper, J. L. H endriceks ;
Exocutivo Conuniiittee,, J. TV. Anatho
W. 11. Bryant, J. D). Curoton and
0. P. Field ; Business AgontI., and
WVarohouso Director, WV. 11. Bry-.
CAnID OF 'InlAN s.---Plonse allow
us space in your. paper to roturnm
ourt sinc~0oo thanks to kind friunds,
for their attention to us during the
illness and death of our little babe,
We shall never forget their kinn.
ness5 on thlis occasion.
M1R. ANn Mns. L. P. Onnu.
WEATHERt-Citop BuLETIN No. 10,
For wook onding J-uno 10th, 1894.
ly normal or seasonablo tempora
turos prevailed during thu past
wook, it boing rolativoly coolor noar
the coast than in the intorior. At
Charleston the wook averaged one
degroo a day coolor than soasonablo
while westward thore was an aver
ago oxcess of two degroes a dayl
Thero woro one or two rather cool
nights, but on the whole the tem
poraturo was favorablo. Thore was
very little cloudinoss oxcept on
Wednosday the 6th, when the sky
was overcast during the afternoon.
''he sunshine average about 907
for the State.
On Wednesday (6th) afternoon
and night there woro scattered,
light showors in various partions
of the State, but they were entirely
too light to relieve tho drought,
amouting at no place to more
than 0.60 inch, and generally not
much more than a sprinklo. The
normal amount for the first week
in June is approximately one inch.
Over many portions of the State
there has boon no rain that mois
tened the soil deeper than an inch
or so, since about the 20th of May
and the previous rainfall had not
left the ground in condition to
stand a prolonged drought as the
comparative records at Charleston
and Columbia will show. At
Charleston the average rainfall
from March 1st to June 10th is
13.47 inches, this year the rainfall
has been 5.78 inches making a de
ficiency of 7.69 inches. At Colum
bia the comparisgon is equally un
favorablo. Average from March
ist to dato 13.19 inchos, rainfall
this year March 1st to date 5.18
inches making a (leficiency of 8.01
inchies. J. W. BAUER,
CUlumbhija, S. C., Juno 12th, 1894.
Witlirop State Nomai CoIIege,
COL'M lilA, S. C.
- PEN to white girls over 17. Session be
0gin4 Septeinber 26. G raduiates seete'
. good position. E:1 4-1 couinty given two
schorlsips-onetwrth1 a iE Itsessiol and
one of free tnitin. First scholarship low
vacni t ii counlite of Abbeville, Aiken,
An .14e.rson4I,1Barn1ville, lie~aufort, Chamrlest on,
CiIlren14Ion , Chester', (1CestteriiehIl, FIlrence,
Newbierry, Ooetc, o'..igebuarg, Picken,~
Kiehbhindt, Sumte.r, Si .arrtahng, York.
C'oinpetition etnihhintion Ju lly 17, at
('ou rt-Ilo of eachi :otunty.
A chIress, ni. .1. J(oInssoN, P'resident.
.h ute 21. - Cotinainbha, S. C.,
And a Ba Lot of Faos,
D Or Dress GOods
Are all new-No shoddy shop.
SAnother Lot of Steres,
To be sold cheap. Every one
we rranted to give satisfaction. D~on't
fail to call in-we have the coolest
place ini town.
JOHN T. L EWIS & SON.
We w~anlt to buy Chickens, Eggs,
Beeswax, Corn, Peas, &c. W~ill
pa'y highest prices. June 17.
Will be scarce this year, but .I have
a few for cash buyers.
Plum number 1, is a lot of the "Josh
Berry" grain Cradles, fourteen fin
gers with the Blood blade for $2 a
piece-these plums will all soon be
picked, so come quick.
Another swveet plum is these New
Orleans Molasses 5 gallons for $1
ask your neighbors what they think
of them-bring your jngs andI try a
My customers aro- always satisfied
with the Flour I sell them, every
sac'k just aIs replreented.
Como around and let me show you
somfe good (Coffee, unot a bilack grain
in, it, then I have plenty of' Iho 5 lb
Coffee, most all your lrienids can
tell you what a nice plum it us.
II you get hungry wvhile in tow n
drop in and see what a nice lunch I
cani fix-up for you.
N ie lot of [Ham~s and Br'eak fast Ba.
lonl; fino Con footionuaries, Candies,
Rliaiins and Lemons.
So take a look at my fine line of
shoes. Ladies Oxford Ties nice
eniough for Sunday at 75 ete.
No use to go bare hea ded any long
er', Ihats from 56 upJ to *1 for a fine
If you chew 01' smoke. it will pay
you to look at my plums in that line
from 20c per lb. to as high as you
want to pay. I am overloaded on
l'obacco if tihe price is an object oome
Bring in your COlHN, PEAS,
BICESW..X, IIONEY, EGGS &c
I want to trade, yours &c.
T. 0. HARRIS.
May 81. 194.
S L A UjH GLTER
C I-' 0 'T E- I N37
SMITH & BRISTOW
Will offer for Thirty days the following lots of Fine F
Suits at a terrible sacrifice:
Lot 1, 37 Suits, 34 to 42, at $12.50. Nono of this lot ias ovor
sold for loss than $16.50 and nmny of thomt at $20 and $2.
Lot 2, 12 Suits, 34 to 42, at $10. This lot was sold from $16 to $
This wo beliovo is the
Iver mado in Clothing in Greenvillo. Thell(, Goods aro of the fioc
brics and made by tho host tailors that cut goods 1)OrCt in lit ill
ish. A fow minutos spont in oxamintitiol of thoso rfecl)rs ie
means a salo. go"'Como and seo thom.
Sith i Jjs BRI spt
Mani and Washington Streets, Greenville, S.
May 24, 1894.
Sheet Mietal Work
We carry at all times, a stock of different sizes and weigi,
COPPER, GALVANIZED and PLAIN SIIEET IRON, ZINC
&c., and are prepared to do all kinds of Sheet Metal Wor
REPAIRING, from putting a bottom in a Coffee Pot to rk
out and out elaborate articles and vessels in the aboveo metal
Our prices are always as low as can be made consistet
good work. Don't have work of this kind done, norsbuy
or Galvanized Iron until you come to see us.
Opposite Mansion IHtise. Greenville
When you want a COOKING S'IOVE remember th IRON K
ELMO, and IBEJIRTY , and come to see them. Mlay
Until You have examined the B A R G A I)
OFFERED AT THIE NEW 6TORtE, OPT
SITE the Court Ihouse, (FREEMAN BUIL
I have secured the salo of the romnaindor of a Iar
lot of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, &c
and am nuthorized to sell themn, REGARDLES
OF COST! $""Bring any thing you have to sol
e if I can suit you in the artie, I can in the pric
Pikeas.c. My 7.They must lhe sold. L EE P. OR R, Ag't.
ForenA a. e n eay w7n.'muoOm
Is the* Place fortubcc, i m r tit
T~ale I tis,.(.,b I Wash tdst'~' ul;sra,(~ao tto
edsteads, MattrassestotIt O
00ffbs andCsets,SPU CG DS
T aleho eNs, ashta38.
WardrbesBest Styles and Latest Pat
erns--Come and See Them.
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