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HE PEOPLE'S OURNAL. 7
PICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. No. 35.
D R.ROBRT KlRKSlj
Offlee;at his residenceMain Stre .
March 8 1894.
H. 0. BOWRN. L. B. CHILDas
BOWEN oc CHILD11ESS,
Attor neys at
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist, Dr
W. M. Non9WOOD, Assistant. Office,
88 Main Street, Greenville, 8. 0.
DR.J. P. CArLIBLE, Dentist, Green.
ville. S. 0. OdIce' over Addis1on &
McGee's Drug Store.
DR. W. F. AUSTIN,
Will'be at Central the 2nd. week and a
Pickens the 3rd. week in each month.
August 23rd. 1891
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years experience. Graduate from first
;schools-under patronage of highest Medi.
cal authority, makes and properly adjusts
any style Spectacles. Office over Dr. Ad.
dison's Dru Store, Greenville, S. C.
J. 8. COTEnAN,
G. G. AS, Greenville, S6 C.
T. P. CoTHRAN ,J
0. L. HOLLINGUWORTH, Pickens, s. C.,
Have associated themselves together fol
the practice of law in its various branches,
and will give careful attention to all busi,
ness undertaken by them.
Loans and discounts negotiated.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
The next session will begin September
26th, 189n. For Catalogues, or for infornia.
tion about the Courses of Study. Mless
Halls, Private Boarding or other details,
apply to the President.
July 26. C. MANLY, D. D.
1. N. IAGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY, Ja
L. C. THORNLEY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
LiBy, fill, We I & hc1ani Itablu,
Easley and Plokens, S. C..
Carriages, Buggies, and Saddle Horses, at
&1* Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
Sar11 i Qkaits Honumati,
'TOM)STONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
B. 0. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURE$ made
in the State, go to
118 Mcflee Avennereenville, S. C
3W- Crayon Portraits a specialty
Hlavin g an experience of fifteen years
in treating all dliseas~es of cattle, and
having made the disease of Murrian, in
all of its forms, a specialty; I offer my
-nservices to the public. WVill treat cattle
-suffering with any ordinary diseases.
B.~ P. GRIFFIN.
Feb. 1.1y- Piekens, 8. C.
Watchas, Diemonds & JeoelIy,
* GREENVILLE, S. 0.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
w c r et ief:,MIL EY DES
G00DS, NOTIONS AND LATEST NOVELTIES
of the Season, selected in person in the
The Record Broke Again!i
We will mend one box of OUR LEADER
*LIVER PILLS, (Twenty.five cents size,) tc
any address, for fifteen cent.. 'Try thenm,
nonebeter. T. X. L. COMPANY,
* 230 Main Street, Columbia,
Has just opened all latest styles 01
8Splig aNd Summeir lilhery
At thle lowest possible prices.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
April 19, 1894,
F'um is the only Illustrated paper publish
*d in~ South Carolina. It is plumb full o;
wit and humor. Sent to your address sh
anonths on trial fort wenty flye-cents. Send
s/ tamnpsao sample copy and club rates.
Address Fun Publishing 0o, 230 Ma in Si
O olumbia S.C0.
Ue Browa's Ire. Bltters.
Physiia reconunend 1t.
All dealers keep It. 61.00 per bottle. Genin
taM traaemark andcrossed red Mason wramper,
Mr. A. K. PARK is now
North and will visit Balti
more, Philadelphia and New
York in making his Fall and
Winter purchase. Many of
the new goods will arrive this
weec. No reasonable offer
will be refused on Summer
Goods now on hand. Ad
vice before leaving was, "Sell
A. K. PARK,
16 PENDLETON STREET,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
And thereby insure the comfort
of those who are depending
on you for support. If you are
alone in the world insure your
life and form .an endowment
that will comfort and support
you in after years. At all
events insure your life. What
is the best form of insurance?
The Tontijie Policy issued by the
It offers advantages to be had
under no other formi of in
surance, besides being backed
up by the richest and strongest
society in the world. Write
at once for particulars.
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
Department of the Carolinas,
ROCK KILL, S. C.
threat, M arsea Wh
need esand o ua u
gakenl iF Sl by Diu gits a ua
SHI'OW's DBLIADONNA PLATihj
eosts only *2.00 per L00 square feet,
Makes a good roof for years, and any
one can put it on.
GUM -J LASTIo PAINT cost only O(
centa per gal. in bbl. lots,or $4.50
for -gal. tubs. Color dark re(
Will atop leaks in tin or 'iron roofi
and will last for years. TIav IT.
Send stamps for samples, and full
BUM ELA8TID ROOFING 0O.,
S9 & 41 West Broadway, NEW TORK
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
Feb. 8 189)4.-..Om.
Some Chineso and many Afri
cans use the ear as a pocket to car
ry coins and other small articles.
J. H1. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Nenralgia and Rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his Liver
was affected to an alarming degree, appe
tite fell away, and he was terribly redu.
ced in flesh and strength. Three bottles
of Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd Harrisburg, Ill., bad
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
,Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arni
ca salve, and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had flve large
Fever sores on his leg, doctors said his
was incurable. One bottle Electric Bit
ters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him entirely. Sol I by Osborne &
Kirkscy. and W. T. McFall. Plckens.S.C.
She: They say that persons of
opposite qualities make the happi
est marriagos. He: That's why I
am looking for a girl with money.
BucklenM Arnica Salve.
rhe Dest Salve in the world for cuts
bruise"' sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, . chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by W. T. McFall, Pickens, 8. C.
In that portion of Texas and
Arizona known as the great Amer
ican desert there are no odors.
Flowers and fruits grow in some
parts of it, but they have no smell
whatever. The raroty of the *at
mosphere is said to be the canlse
1 FOR TH1 I!, BLOOD
esakneas, Malaria, Indrgestion and
IHROWN'S IRON HITTERS.
It cure quickly For sal by all dealers fV
While analyzing and criticising
your neighbor's charactor,Iit might
be well to find out what he thinks
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
consider it the best remedy for
a debilitated system I ever used."
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
old by all druggists.
The swagger of a girl who is
conscious of her beauty, is like the
swagger of a prizo-fighter who is
conscious of his prowess.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist, and It is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bit
ters will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt
rheum and other affections cansed by im
pure blood. Will drive malaria from the
system and prevent as well as cure all ma
larial fevers. For cure of headache, con
stipation and Indigestion- try Electric Bit
ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price, 50 cents, and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by W. T. McFall, Pick
ens, S. C. ______
.The bost way to discipline one's
heart against scandal, is to believe
all stories to be false which ought
not to be true.
A Guiaranteedl Cure.
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to so Dr. King's New Discovery,
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
upon this condition. If you are af
flicted with a Cough, Cold or any
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and
will use this remedy as directed, giv
ing it a fair trial, and experience no
benefit, you may return the bottle and
have your money refunded. We could
not make this offer did we not know
that Dr. King's New Discovery conld
be relied on. It never disappoint.
Trial bottles free at WV. T. McFall's
store. Large size 50c. and *1.00.
It is a commnon thing to blame
a man 's downfall upon whisky. It
is unjust. Whiskey will never
trouble you, if you will only lot
Ii shou14l e Elm Ever'y lIouse.
J. B. Wilson, 371 (lay St,., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
ont Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds that
it cured for his wife who was threat.
ened wijth Pneumonia after and at.
attack of "La Grippe," when various
other remedies and several physcians
had done her no good1. Robert Bar
her, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
Kings Now Discovery has done him
more good than anything he ever~ us
ed for' Lung Trouble. Nothing like
it Try it. Free Trial Bottles at W.
T. McFall, P'ickens, S. C. Large bot
tles 50c and $100.
The largest family in the world
is that of the King of Siam. His
Majesty has two official wives, 88
wvivos of minor order, and 72 chil
SHIILOIH'S CURE is sold on a
guarantee. It cures Incipient
consumption. It is tho best
Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose. 25 cts,, 50 ets., and $1.00.
Sold by all druggists.
A fire is a good friend, and yet
how often we turn our backs upon
it: in cold weasthe.
A Very Brief Session.
MEETING OF THE STATE DEMOCRAT
It was a brief and important
meeting of the State Exocutivo
Committee held last night at the
Not. a word was said about the
Independent movement. T h o
time of the present committeo will
expire when the September con
vention is hold and the new Exe
cutive Committee will take charge
of affairs. It will probably have
to deal with the Independents.
State Chairman Irby called the
committee to order shortly beforo
9 o'clock. Secretary Tompkins
and Treasurer Jones wore on hand.
Those present were: M. L. Don
aldson, Greenvillo, National Com
mitteeman ; J. Y. Jonos, Abho
ville; J. Gary Evans, Aikon; W.
A. Neal, Anderson; A. 11. Patter
son, Barnwell; Jno. M. Kinloch,
Charleston; T. J. Cunningham,
Chester; D. J. Bradham, Claren
don; A. A. Grandy, Darlington;
0. W. Buchanan, Fairfiold; J.
Walter Gray, Greenvillo; J. L. M.
Irby, Laurons; C. M. Efird, Lex
ington; J. D. M o n tg o mo r y,
Marion; W. D. Evans, Marlboro;
0. R- Lowman, Orangoburg; T.
C. Robinson, Pickens; C. A.
Douglas, Richland; and A. C.
Lyles, Union; Ira B. Jonos, Lan
castor. The absentees wore Henry
D. Elliot, Beaufort; T. WV. Stan
land, Berkeley; D. M. Redfoam,
Chestorfield; A. E. Williams, Col
leton; H. H. Townes, Edgefiold;
R. M. McCown, Florence; T. J.
Reilly, Hampton; J. P. Dorham,
Horry; T. J. Kirkland, Kershaw;
Bampson Pope, Nowborry; W. J.
Stribbling, Oconoo; N. L. Bonnot,
Spartanburg; F r a ni k Millotte,
Sumter; W. M. Coopur, Williams
burg; D. E. Finley, York.
A. H. Patterson of Barnwoll
and H. 1-. Townes of Edgefiold,
a disciplo of tho 'now style Demo
cracy, sent in their resignations
as members of the committee and
the resignations were accepted.
THE CONGRESSIONAL VOTE.
The committee procoeded to
tabulate the votes of Congression
al candidates in each district 11nd
to declare the result. The fo1ow
ing is the voto-1or each district
and the candidates who roeeivod
a majority were declared the nom
inees of the party.
'Wm. Elliott. Sullivan.
Charleston, 1,257 1,457
Georgetown, 553 16
Beaufort, 219 17
Williamsburg, 350 .34
Colleton, 256 1
Berkeley, 159 140
Totals, 2,937 1,789
WV. J. T1albert.
A. C. Latimobr.
A bheville, 2,348
Wilson. Duncan. Johnson.
Greenville, 1,789 295 1,4135
Lauronis, 1,321 5.1 888
Fairfield, 232 454 7
Spartanh'g. 2,493 81 404
Union, 670 504 243
Richland. 398 308 696
Totals, 6,903 1,696 3,628
Wilson's majority over all, 1,570.
T. J. Strait. D. E. Finley.
Spartanburg, 944 77
York, 716 1,094
Chostor, 914 131
Lancaster, 1,375 431
Chesterfield, 859 542
Korghaw, 930) 286
Union, 303 94
Total, 5,442 2,655
Majority for Straight, 2,787.
John L. McLaurin.
Florenco, No report.
'J. Vm. Stokos.
A BEAUTIFUL CONrWs'r.
Tho Reformors and the anti-Till
manitos each hold a primary in
Boaufort County, and the question
m11 before the committoo of
:ounting tho voto for Congression
11 candidates. E4ach Sido claimed
to bo Domocratic. The committoo
locided to count all tho votes in
mch of tho primarios for Sullivan
Beforo adjourning the commit
,oo passed a rosolution asking the
ailroads to givo roduced ratos to
lelogatos who will attOlld tho Stato
.onvention this month.-Rogistor.
A Politic'al Neisailon.
:ENAToR JONEs oF N:vAnA JOINs
Washington , Sept. -1.-Th Ev
ming Star to-day says: To-day
rurnished a genuine S(lsensation inl
political circles by the statelent
that Senator John1 P. Jones ol' Ne
vada, who has represented his
Stato in the United States Senate
for over twent.y-onie years as a Re.
publican, has formally renounc(
his allegiance to that party and
east, his lot, with the Popiulists.
Senator Jonies has writt1en ia lot.
tet to his constituency which will
be published in Nevada to-morrow
and will be the first. intimation t<
the people of that, State that l
has doffed the political garmonll
which he has worn with such dis
tinction for Bo many years, all
will don the garb of the third par
ty. His inten tions have been kep
secret from all but, his most iiti
mate associates, and it was his in
tention to have the first public an
niouncement of' his action made it
the letter which will be pniblish14(I
lished in his political ioiu.
Vit'h this ond inl view", Sellatos
Jones doI1ine((d to-day ti) SpMeak of
tihl cosi tents ofC his lotter', but. it i~s
understood thiatI his change of' pol1i.
cy is based almiiost enire iily uipon
the (inostionl of silver'.
Senator J1ones left Wash ingtonii
to-day for New York. His bolt
makes the Nevaidai0 Congr'essi onal
dellegationl solidly Popunlist.; Sona.
tor' Stewart having left the liepub..I
lican parity some timie ago anod
R(elresentativo Newlanids having
beeni e'lected1 as a silvi~ te.
Conmsables arae ActiEve.
Dispensary constablos1(0 made(14
somne big hauls of co(ntrabaned
Constable was at the f're ighi tId.
p~ot of the Sout hern Rail way yes..
terday mloring arond for' 'onltra
hand11(. 11He went, in to a fre igh t cari
and11 thiereQ not ied a bo4 x marked't
wVardI Mc1Cradly of Chlarle4stoni. 114
thought that thet bolx had a p'cu-'
liar rattl and111 snii-ll for mer4'chani.
dise and1( seized'( it . WX'hen it was
op)Eeed it was found t4) conutaini
two teun gallon k egs of t he fine'st
corni whiski'y, shi ippe4d from Et as.
ly, ini Pickensl C~oun ty, to Mr i. Mc.
Crady. Mr. McCradly will haIve 14
go) thirsty unill he)4 cani get a new4~
supplly, bocause tile P'ickens c'on.
signmhuent of elegant ) orn is in tI 11
Statte Dispensary in charge of
Coimmissioneru Trax ler'.
Chief Conistalie Fiant broke t he
record of sewiures4 at the I.:nlion
depot. HeI~ seizod threie4 packaiges of
conitrafband~ there and senut thcm
to the Stato Dispensary. One was
at two gallon piackage of' corn (di..
i'ectcd to A. Foelder at Wodgelield,
Theo other wats a five gallonu kog 011
its way to Dri. Flagg; at George.
town, andl tihe third was (directo(
to "MN.,'' at Peak's. It also con
tainedl five gallons.--Columibit
Florida produces over 50 varie.
ties of the or'ango. Tihl anuli
cron is nao 2,rn00 bones.
So(I cles Jerr~UyM campu jaIgn.
SAYS 1TH Im NeomIE Tax WAs A Pop
Wielhita, KanI., Sept.. 4.-Con.
gressmlan J'rry Siipson opened
his cvaipaign here last night. ]I(
appeard reillrkably well and
Spoke vith i strong voice and
without apparent effort. He de
voted most of his tii . to the "Re
lMepublican inority inl CoXngres.
with responIsibility fr niuch of
the legislation of the Fift y-third
Congress. To tle Pop ulist m1.11m
her hw credited the incom)1 taN
anne11x, anld said it. was the, onlyI
measur1111 paissed in the interest (;I
tho Imlasses, and le alIlge'd that
thel- inoph eould expect 11) Ielihi
unlless thevy eh-eted Populist, Cm)n
gressimiol who are pledgE'd to giv,
i he coutry a elr n1( -nlev basecd 11o
only (n gold and silv.4er', hut, ol all
thll wailith o)f all 01h. h11d. MrI .
Simpson spoke heart ily of wom4i
)1AMOND CU-T DiANrOND.-I-rofes
sorJolii Stuart Blackio onceo turlied
the laugh against some11 of his stiu
donts who thought they would
havo a littlo fun at his oxpinso.
A notico was posted pl) 011r
morning at tho rook class room:
"Professor lilackio regrot that
lto is uiiahlo to lmoot, his classes tli
A paIwkv stiident cloverly ohlit
oraited th le," so that the nt1ie
"Professor liblck ie' regits thit
hto is 11111blo to lloot his liasses th i.
But till) profossor, Coming 11 11
lit1lo lator, porcoIved the alora.
tion and as eleverly oblitei 4r1ato
the "1 " so that, it now re~ad :
"PrfIossor llaickim regrets thu
ho is 111111blo to mInect his asses thil
Aftor all, Blackio had rather th
bost of it.-Glood Nt'ws.
Inesede I)ueocra ic4 lsaajor'iiy
Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 4.-Rl
turns from thirty-threo couiiiti<
indicatod in1creased Democrat
imajority ovor two yoars ago, it
though tho total viot(o will likeic
ho 20 por cent loss onl accouint
tho now olltion law. It is osti
mated that. ttio) imocrat ic Stat
ticket. is oloct(d by t least 2-5,001
Roturns show at doeraso il voi
uist, ti'kot, whil4 t hl' Populis
ticket is tirdi'l ni th1e4 race. T'Jl
wais much(31 smaller than anit icipa
The)( inltost rumllor1 is to' 11ho (4fi((
thaut the (Conservativo Demlocralt:
1oo1 unableh( t4) hold1( up) (hirnt' )
of t11ho Iin21 inl jolint.d(1iscussion21 witl
(ho Roformoitrs and1( are4 ging ft<
ca11 in1 outsido4 alidl. Bou11rkco Co ck
man, .John lI. Gordon, (Charlos I"
Crisp and1( other dIist inguishet1c
1)01omocraits ha 1ve) beell named a;4(12
amiolig ioso t,o Carry 11 aL llutle
pr0~)aganda12 inl South1 Carolina
wa'lrmly weblcom anlvd listeneid t<
r(espectfully3, buit 1(ot, (lhomn kool
their hands11( ofl' our falm ily ligi
wvithi thie (Icircumstanlcos ofi whic
thiny ar1'e not acqua121inted0- Outsid
nter'forence is4 neover a1ppro'(ciatlo)
and(12 is roly hohpful.--Coluini~
MrIi. Ed.(itori: I so4) thb Peop1lo)
P'arty mIovon~O~t thr ouigh th14 oy)
of an1 oldI hincoln Ro'publican,
1'avo fol1lowved the Itl)publican1I p)ar
1)y, fromi thio outbrea~mk h r'ough it:
glorouts tr'~Iumps) in 1.1ho field 0'
na2tiona1l IlegisIltion), but11 1 11ha1
'noft follow it to its graive. C(ll mi
anar11chliist if you will, but, for miy
soclf, I soo4 ill thie Peop11lO's Part)
1the inidus1trial ma1ssos50 rising ii
their m'iighit, Itodor the4 (10ar1 4ok~
1flag wich~l only last boinig soon,1 ii
a1 truth ful hght 01nc( sinIco 1771
loatodl over a wor'thiy caulso-theo
(d0ar1 brothers, lot mo ask yon t
rally once( moro aroun~d the oli
flag that, for tho thi ird and las
timno, wo may demufonstrato to tht
mlonlarch, of Euuro po, that a gov
orinment by3 tho p)oop1'. for thl
p)eop)1, and1( of theO 1p0opl1, shall no(
porish from tho narthi. Glod, a
ovor, is with us, and~ victory wvil
bo ours. J. Loo'm n.
In Brazil at (couplo iyt b)0 mait
nd by drinkin braud tmgah
A Teuribjeo Blw.,.
lNDEPENDE~N~IsM~ ORUSHED FRoM
Thlloro is l0s political activity
I broighout the Stato than would
he expectd inl view of the proba.
b l nw Indeplndent m10oemont,
A good ininy people aro fast com
mg t (it, conclusion that the
moV0iiiewnt, is ]ot. going to move.
It has beei slow in materializing
just rveived at crushing blow from
Watsihington which aifty kill it
dedlel than i the illustrious IHector.
Tinews 1"8from \Vashington is
that tle Natiou Democratio
Cn1gr-sinl coiniittoo will not
P441g?.4 r i i ith ln claiming to ho
I)-Imocruats an d has squlnroly put
Stle( dowl as I ld'eipendellts.
Thto Nws aid Courier corres
Iildint. tt Wash ingtonl has beell
talking to Sen atinor I'aulknieri of
Vest Vi rginian, chainii of the
Deiiocrat-ic Congr'essionalI Com
The f1lowing portion of the in
rvi~w referring of bouith Caroli
nal polilies wIill prove of interest
i view ol rilmors ais to tlie course
Seinitor hut hlr an(d Ills friends inl
tvlld 14o pursite:
1 ast'd h imi whalt the commit
tell proposeld to dh) inl the way of
llpiniig tll. Soul ih Qatrolina Dem
oeral Is in 1iho ponding contest.
"1 1o replied that thle coililittoo
would r r 84110 assistilnco in
thel First District to Colonel Elli
441 t, ut in (lw other districts there
is nit) substiialtial opposition to th
DI.)llorat ,0 1' ililline s Who Wor
11inlinateld at tu recent primary.
'Tlle colmiieo cani1ot undor
tinko to interfore wvitli the Tillniait
l)'nocrats so 41ig ats they c(Control
ihe reguiliari Dlemocrntic organiza
t ion land condiltct tlwir fight with
in tim Imirty lines. Tht subject
lhals P ceived sone attention from
it, 11141111w 's 40 the comit1 tee, but
thev vonchided that it would be
ImliSi' mor t.hn'm to takv any part
ill tlhe fact.ional light. Inl Colonel
I' lliott s dist riot. the RepulIblicans
e and it is hI[(. just HIt the com
1- mit tee should help him) its far as
y it, lies inl Chir powor. If 'i mi ar
1 conitesMt.s are'4 nuiido inl Ih11e other dis
- I rilt Ilm coniliit te will also remn
e der such ai ld anl oifort. as is at
) inIiil. h'le enililitee does not
propose to ov.rli'ook any o' thw dis
trivts inl any1 4f til StatOs wh're
- I ime'i li e sl ightest pr'obability
t, uf losiuig ai I)'iiocrautie vo4t4'.
''"Seinator lFaulkner says lit does
>inot thIinik it is possiblt) that speak
- r (Crisj), Senator (orman and
Bourlok (Cockrani are' to go into tho
So uth Carol inva campaignl in tho
inlto rest ofl Mo nator 'Ihi tlorv. Whildo
andit 1hop)4 for1 is 14suIccos, yet thoy
cannluot a l'ordl, as5 Demnocratsa, to
opoein tha1t, way th14 re'gula~r or
No EX'x-riA Si.:ssmsN.
Tlhe pul ica t in of' a story that
(Go'vernior' TIillmanii intends to call
ani extra sesisioni ofI the Loigislaturo
14) ebange the 0loetioni lawvs bo
,caus$o h4 t hiniks Butler may use
ih iho unconsti tutionial ity otf thoso
lawis ini a ciotest inl thie United
S1,at14s Sena~ut(, is puiIt dIown ats twadl
(1d4i by I b-eiorm 14eade rs. 'Tht-hobst
noi such a thing has11 boon1 contom..
pla )1ted4. Goverinor Tillmanm was ab
sen1t from thle city yestor'day and
cOild no v't he seen1 aibout the story
but, it1 is e af) topredict thait he will
l'bI,NG TIfl-:Ia IEGs,
TIhioir is ai ritmiior to the ef)'oct
thaiut the I indeplendon~ts aro' "pulling
t he legs" of1 rteveuo( olliciials In this
State for1 muoneoy for camp)aign ex
l"nse. Such rumors~i' will got afloat
but some14 eonco is attachoc1 to
themi ini view of the fact that all
1t.hei'V4l r lve ofli cialIs ini the Stato
arec arayed on the side of Senator
But ler. A large number of thoem
a ttonded)( the Bntlor contferenco.
' nema thi of. Danuiel Itavenel.
I Charleston, s. 0., Sept. 4...
t D~an iol R avonoel, a loading undor,.
writor', representative of an old
- i~uguonot family and one of the
> niost accompl ished biLbliophilos
L in tho South, died horo to-day.
Wall street, New York) derives
its naum from the city wvail that
formerly ran along it,.tho lanid to
the north being mostly in pasturo.
SIt is ahont half namien g.