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THE PEOPLE' S J
1.4CKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1894. N
"R. ROBERT KIRKSEY
Physician and Surgeon,
Offiee at his residence Maiu Streo
H. 0. BowrN. L. B. CHuwtnxsS
-]BOWEN & CHIPIDRE8,
AttorLneys at w
Oct. 5, 1898.
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
*W. M. Nowoon, Assistant. Office
88 Main Street, Greenville, S. 0.
Jan. 9,'90 y
D R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gre')n
ville, S. 0. Office over Addison A
McGee's Drag Store.
DR. W, F. AUSTIN,
SENECA, S. C.
W1l be at Central the 2nd. week and a
Pickens the 3rd. week in each month.
. August 23rd. 184
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
'20 years experience. Graduate from first
Schools-under patronage of highest Mcdi
eal authority, makes and properly adjusts
any style Spectacles. Office over Dr. Ad
dison's Drug Store, Greenville, S. C.
June 28, 1894.
J. S. CoTMRN,
G. G. 'EL, Greenville, S( C.
W. F. ANsECL,
T. P. COTHRAN,
C. L. HoLLINosWORTH, Pickens, S. C.,
Have associated themselves together for
the practice of law in its various branches,
and will give careful attention to all busi,
ness undertaken by them.
Loans and discounts negotiated.
May 1, 1894.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
The next session will begin September
26th, 1894. For Catalogues, or for informa
tion about the Courses of Study. Mess
Halls, Private Boarding or other details,
apply to the President.
July 26. C. MANLY, D. D.
f. E. IAGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY, Ju
L. C. THORNLEY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livery, food, 116 & 110h.e stabll,
Easley and Pickens, S. C..
Carriages, Buggies. and Saddle Horses, at
8&- Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
M baig C Uraite Monuents,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
8. C. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURIES made
in the State, go to
118 MeBee Aveunc Greenville, S. C
g& Crayon Portraits a specialty
Hlaving an experience of flitteeni years
in trenting all diseases of cattle, andi
having mnade the disease of Murrian, in.
all of its forms, a specialty, 1 offer my
services to the p~ublic. Will treat entuoa
Muffering with any ordinary diseases.
B. P. GRIFFIN,
Febc. 1-1y' Piekons, 8. C.
Mchies, Ginwolds & JewelrY,
GREENVILIM, ,S. 0.
REPAIRING A 8PEOIAt.TY.
W E now have for inspectbin the most
comnp lete line of XILLINERY, DRESS
.G00DS, NOTIONS AND LATEST N0VELTIES
of the Beason, selected in person in tihe
The Record Broke Again !
We will send one l' of OUR LEADER
LIVER PILLS, (Two. ,,y-flye cents size,) to
:any address, for tifteen cents. Try themi,
T. X. L. COMPANY,
230 Main Street, Columbia,
HaS just opened all latost styles of
Spriog aNd Srummer Millinery
At the lowest possible prices.
Main Street, Groenvillo, S. C.
Apr11 19, 1894.
Fun is the only llustratedl paper pulish,
ed in South Carolina. It is plumb full of
wit and humor. Sent to your adldress six
months on trial fort wenty flye-cents. Send
stamps for sample cop)y and club rates.
Address Fun Publishing Go, 230 Main St
M olumbia S. C.
Physicians reconmmend it.
All dealers keep it. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine
fama.ranemarandaoreased red lnes on wraDpe.
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
weeic. 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.
The following letter from the
happy holder of a Tontine
Policy, gives a few facts and
figures, in which there is profit
able food for thought:
Mfr. WV. 3. RODDEY Manogor, fock11, 8. C.
the 20th ist, en closg cl eck o *0 la
81,B2 o my 11 in tihe Equtbi LfAsau r
a jitaNea with the results on my polier
seeking LieIsurac a a ea nd reinable
copny:o thtnmeets isaims promptly
Yours very truly, W.S. POPE.
Life insurance under the
TPontine Plan of the EQUITABLE
LIFE is an investment, not an
expense. The returns mature
during life, as well as after
death. If you are a single man
**oh. owe it to yourself.- If yott
am' are a married man you owe
:t Tt3o your family. The time to
act :is now. Interesting par
*ticulars can be had by addressing
*W. J. RODDBY, Manager,
Department of the Carolinas,
ROCK HiLL!, S. C.
Sol dby Dggist or set byml.25o.,G0.
and $1.00 per package. Satlos f5ree.
aya',*hiIi's tund8 Due o
meitoI hago ever aoun thtrul do me
Daolon soa u atee aro
costs only *2.00 per .00 square feet.
Makes a good roof for years, and any
one can put it on.
Guix - ELAstIe PAINT cost only 0
cents per gal. in bbl. lots,or $4. 50,
for -gal. tubs. Color dark rod
Will stop leaks in tin or iron roofs
and will last for years. Tay IT.
Send stamps for samples, and full
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.,
49 & 41 West Broadway, NEW YORK,
LOCAL AGE NT5 WANTED.
Fob. 8 189M-Owm
A rocking chair worked by olec
tricity is one of the latest inven
J. If. Clfllord, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled witi Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his Liver
was afilected to an alarming degree, appe
ite fell away, ond lie was terribly redu.
PCd in flesh and strength. Three bottles
of Eicetric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd,Hlarrisburg, Ill., had
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 five 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 &
Kirksey. and W. T. MeFall. Pickens.S.C.
Lots of girls with lips like clior
ries and chooks like a poach have
HiucklenM Arnie Salve.
rihe oest Salve in the world for cuts
bruise", sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevor
sores, totter, 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, S. C.
Becker-I see by the posters
that Footlights, tho tragedian,
travels inder his wife's manago
mont. Dockor-So (dO most men,
but they don't advertiso it,
FOR TIM i001D
io Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion and
JIROWN'S IRON hITTERS.
it curs uiuckly. For ttle by all dealers fv
W1hon some men. got religion
the very next bonio they give to
their dogs will have more moat on
Mirs. 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. PriceJ5 cents.
old by all druggists.
A loud clap of thunder will
causo a lobster to drop his claws,
a crawfish his fins, a woman to
scream, a cat to becomo deaf, a
pig's nose to bleed, and cause milk
to turn sour.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electriv Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist, and it is guaran
teed to (o all that is claimed. Electric Bit
ters will cure all diseases of the liver and 4
kidneys, vill remove )imiples, boils, salt
rheum and other affections cansed by in
pure blood. Will arive malaria froim the
system aud prevent as well as cure all ma
larial fevers. For cure of headache, con
sti)ation and indigestion try Electric Bit
ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price, 60 cents, and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by W. T McFall, Pick- ]
ens, S. C,
"Thoi grand essentials to happi
niess are something to do, sonmc
thing to lovo and something to
A Guuaran~teed Cure.
We authorize our advertised drug
g'st to se Dr. King's Newv Discovery,
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
upon this condition. If you are af
flicted with a Cough, 00old or any
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and
will use this reladhy as directed, giv
ing it a fair trial, and experience no
benefit, you may return tihe bottle and1
have your money refunded. We could
not make this offer did we not know
that Dr.King's Now Discovery confid I
be relied on. It never disappoint
Trial bottles free at WV. T. MlcFall's
store. Large size 50c. and $1.00.
Some 1)001)1 say their prayers
without taking troublo to think
wvhat they are saymng, and console
themselves with the thought that
the Lordl knows their sentiment.
It should Be iu Every House.
J. B. Wilson, Wl7 I lay St., Sharpr
burg, Pa., says lhe wvill not be with
ont Dr. Kings New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds that
it cured for his wife who was throat
ened with Pneumonia after and at
attack of "La Grippe," whlen various
other remedie(s andl several physcians
had done her no good. Robert Bar
ber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
Kings New Discovery has done him
more good than anything he over us
ed1 for Lung Trouble. Nothing like
it Try it. F~ree Trial Bottles at W.
TI. MlcFall, Pickens, S. 0. Large bot
tles 50c and $100.
T.1ho man who boasts that he
works with his headl instead of his
hands, is respectfully reminded
that the wvoodpocker does the same
and is the biggest kind of a bore
SHIILOHI'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 cts., and $7 .00.
Sold by all druggists.
Tho grand jury found no bill at
Florence in the Dianensary casos.
THE P'HILIP'S D1OAN SONG'
Oh I that I could but sing like
the Angels in Glory,
I'd shout hallelujah to the Lamb
that was slain,
I'd shout and I'd sing, and I'd
praise my Redoeer,j
Rejoice in his goodness exalt and
And tell to the world what a Sa
viour I've found.
Como yo Methodists and Baptists
Let's all join in one apid ongage
By fasting and praying and watch
ing and striving,
Aknd reading the scriptures exhort
ing and hearing
L'he gospel sweet sound and the
work will begin.
3oio poor sinners enlist under
Jesus your Saviour,
)r you'll burn forever in tormont
3ehold now's the time whilo the
saying how long ye simplo, ye
scornful and foolish,
Will you take delight and go on in
)h I if you will refuse to return
from your sinning,
bid you adiou in the bowels of
am bound to go on in the strongth
of my JOsus,
Und walk in h'is footsteps andfol
low his precepts
Jntil I arrive at the Heaven above.
Lawyers in the Dispensary case.
There was considerable talk and
peculation here to-day about the
atest turn in the dispensary liti
,ation. As the Court and overy
me else ought to want all the light
ossible on the subject there ought
,o he no provocation for a sugges
Lion that the "Charleston lawyers"
itre crowding things. No one
ought to have such an idea, and
Attorney General Buclkanan is able
to handle the case with an array of
lawyers against him. He has kept
up with all the law on the subject,
md will make a good argument.
The lawyers who aro now in the
:ase are .Woodward-& Ch o, of
A.iken, and Mitdhell &.S th and
r. P. K. Bryan, of Clrlostoa,
vith Mr. Buchanan looking out
or the Stato. In either of the
,asos the constitutionality of the
aw wvill be fully developed. Tho
njunction against State Treasurer
latos is bascd upon the constitu
ionality of the law.
NJUNCTION AGAIPsT TREABURIER
The ordor mn the case reads as
stato of South Carolina--In the
Supreme Court.--Thoodore Mel
chers anil F. WV. Jesson, comn
plainiants, against D. H. Tfrax
lor and WV. T. C. Batos, state
Treasurer of South Carolina do
On hearing read the verified pe
ition and complaints herein,
raying for injunction and further
'cef thereunder, it is ordered that
,he same be filed in this court.
It is further ordered, on motion
>f J. P. K. Bryan and Mitchell &
smith, Attorneys for complain
mins, that the defendants b)o and
iro hereby required to show cause,
if any they can, hefore the Supre
me Court of the State of South
Carolina, at CJolumnbia, on the 12th
day of September, 1894, at 11
o'clock a. mn., or as soon thereafter
as counsel can ho heard, why the
saidI dofondantashould be restrain
ed and enjoined as p~raye(d in the
said petition) and compllainf for
injun cti on.
And ir, is further ordered that a
copy of this order, together with a
copy of the petition and complaint
herein, he forthwi th sorvedl upon
all the defendants herein.
Heonry Mclver, Chief Justice.
SPECULATION As TO TiHE DECIsION.
The general inmpression herea
bouts is that the Court will remain
in t~he city until the decision of
the Court is announced. It may
b)0 that a verbal statement of the
decision of the Court will bo made
after consultation, and that the
final and full opinion will be filed
There is a possibility that the
Court will, when it meets file the
opinion in the Charleston..herkeloy
County case. It would be in the
interest of all parties if the decis
ion wan filed son,
Two Convict* Pardoned.
LJTIER TRAIMMEL, OF GREENVILE$
SET' FR1Elt. AN ABBEVILLxEI NY.
GRO GETs Ou'r.
Yesterday was a good day for
convicts with Governor Tillman.
The commutation of the sentence
of Carpenter is mIentioned else
where. The Governor is just now
beginning to have time to look
over and pass upon the numerous
petitions for clemuency. They
have been) aceiiuulating for
J. Luther Trammuell, of Green
villo, was pardoned yesterday by
the Governor. In 1892 Traniniell
killd0(1 Eugone Robinson, a waiter
in Ligon's restaurant in Green
ville. He was tried in February',
1898, the jury failing to agree.
He was tried again in July of tho
samo year and- convicted of man,
slaughter. In February of this
year tie Supremo Court refusod
him a new trial and he came here
and 'surrendered to the penitenti
ary authorities 'to serve out the
sontence of four years which had
been imposed on him. The peti- I
tion for Trammell's pardon was I
signed by nine of the jurors, but
Solicitor Ansel rofused to sign it, 1
Judgo Nortoni did not make any
Anothor convict pardoned was <
Pleasant Miller, :colored. At I
the [June, 1892, term of the
court for Abbeville Cou .ty, Mil
ler was convicted befo e Judge
Pressley of arsoi and was senten
ced to life imiprisoniment..
The chieof ground for Millor's
pardon ivas an aflidavit, duly
signed by' F. W. Knox, stating j
that ho was prosent at tho trial of 1
Miller ind that the conviction wa1
based outirely upon circumstantial
ovidenco; that at the trial a mea
sure was introduced by one S'am
Adams, a witness for tho 'Stato,
purporting to be a measure of the
defendant's-track; that the mea
sure was afterwards compared with
Ploasant laillor's tracks and that
the measure did not fit, but was
very much longer; that the said
Sam Adamis thereupon cut. off
about two inchos of the said mea
sure so as to make it corrospond
to what was.kigown to be Plosait
Milloris traek'; that the ineasure
thus tamnperedl with was produced
at tho trial and sworn to bo tho
measure of the tracks soon around
tho burned building. Furthor
more that the prosocutor fried to
got him (Knox) to testify that
they were Pleasant Miller's tracks,
but that he refuised to do so; that
neither theo(defendanit nor his at
torney know those. facts at tihe
trial and that he (Knox) was not
called upon t~o tostify for tile de
Another aflidavit .is signedI by
C. J. Pursley, and states that ho
knows that the facts set forth in
the affidavit of Knmox aro tru.
The Saliuda Mystery.
Special to The~ D~aily News.
WnIIuAMs-roN, S. C. Sept. 11.
'The julry of inquest after having
tho(roulghly examnined1 inito tho Sa.
luda river. mystery has filed the
followving verdict: "'That we be
lieve ti' b)ody found in Saluda
river 1.o ho that of Marshall Slher
rard from Greenv'ille, S. C., anid
the ' ho camne to his (death) by hay
in been killed andl mrdered by
so. oc person or personis un1knlown,
agh'nst the peaco and dlignity of
the ,dtate of South Carolina.''
'This~ concludecs the coroner's
work on t he case, every effort will
yet be made to unearth the vilI
lainms who perpretratod1 the dark
dleedI. Six thousand two hundm~red
wordsH of evidence were taken (lur
ing the examination, and thmis is
fi led as evidence ini Aniders.on.
Williamstoia Female, College
0loen tom~orrow. Thei( prospects
aro. unuually fine. Wv.
Sale of time Canaiperdowia Cotton
Speciaul to The Danily News.,
CrIanm.:s-roN, S. C., Sept. I1.
Judlge Simon ton to-day sent down
a decree in t he case of 0. HI.
Samplson & Co. vs. the Camper
(down cotton milIls of Greenvi lie.
the sale of the mills is ordleredl on
At the scond~ primary at WVal
halla, Tuesday, nominated J. R.
'Earloforouso of Representatives,)
Thos. Bibb, Treasurer, W. F.Grubs,
Auditor, and F. Martin, School
Earle on Independentisma.
INE TINKS'IT MEANS NEwio Do.
MINATION--E CALLS UPON ALI
TO SUSTAIN WITE SUPREMACY.
Editor Registor: The Butloi
Confor'oncos, as reported, aro sup.
posed to indicato that having boon
1efo'ated at the recent primary
Alections, the Genoral will now
>rganizo an Indopondont move
mont. in order that he may have
mother chance to bo roturnod to
h0 Sonato. Such ia llovolont
vould bo "conceivod in sin and
brought forth in iniquity." Suir
ly there must bo somo mistako inl
the published reports for it is har]
to believe that Senator Butler an(
his friends, many of whom havc
proved their manhood, couragt
imd patriotism, ill war atid iii
peace, would ontor upon a vonture
io fraught with evil to tho Sonato
3enator Hampton in 1878 declared
"hat "an In(le)Onden t was worst
han a Radical." The conditions
vhich inspired this forciblo ex
)ression remain unchanged, so lot
hd word bo again passed down the
ino, "an Indopendent is worse
,han a Radical."
An I i d o p oi ( o ni t movomont
tgainst the organized Democracy
-ould succood only by forming a
1oalition with the black Roj)ubli
-ans and this would ovoitually ro
;ult in their rostoration' to ibwor.
3hall whito men be ruled by no.
5roos? Shall tho Stato bo again
lominated by ignoranco and vico?
3hall we have negro ju(dges prosid
ng over our courts? Shall South
Jarolinians bo again subjoctod to
hO insults, suffering and humili
aien exporionced by them in tho
lark days of Radicalism? If not,
Ahon rise up ill your might and
?ut downl a movemont which to
gain a tomporary advantago would
:)poln Pandora's box and flood the
State with evils which will be fas
toned not on.ly upon you-, but upo1r
The duty of the hour compeli
every Democrat, whethor Tillmaii
ito or anti-Tillmanito, to light no
on common ground to sustai:
white supromacy. .
. JOS. H-. EARLE.
TH.E GoVERNOR AN) TR1EASUREI
GIvE BOND FOR TiER APPEAR,
- Jackson Miss., Sept. 1 .-Gov.
>rnor Jonos and Stato Troasuroi
IRyans 'appearedl before Umitod
States Commissioner Mosoloy th is
miorning, relativo to the specia
svarran1t and aflidavit andI waived
Ixaminaition, tihe personal recog
'lizanco of each being taken in the
mmn of $1 ,000 for appearance al
bhe~ November term of the Fedora]
Jou'. At the instance of the
United States Attorney General,
District A ttorney Lee to-dlay called
m the State officials and request.
ed of thomn the plates from which
Lho Mississippi special warrants~
wore printed. They are wanited
for evidence ait St. Louis iln the
caso of the United States govern.
mont against the St. Louis Bank
Note Company, whJich fim printod
t h2 0 same. The p)latos wor<
promptly (delivored andl Distric
A ttorney Lee's receipt taken there
for with the unlderstanldinlg tha
they are to he returnlod oni thm
termination of tihe trial. It wil
bo0 observed that this (dolivory wat
made to the District A ttorney ii
compliance with a pol ito requto
which the' Stato oflicials had1( n<
disp~osition to refus~o. Thley (1(
clined tihe demands of spOcial of
ficor Burns for the reason thai
thiey did not recognize that he 0o
any member of thme secret servic(
force hadI a right to mako any do.
mnds1 of them whtatovor. A II the
aftidavits aro) sworn out againist the
State officers as individluals and
not ini their official capacity. WV.
.J. Burns, tiho special officer, loft
last night for Washington.
KNOcKED OFF 'H TE TRAIN.-Con
tral, S. C., Sept 11.--Wm. S. Woir,
a prinltor from Fairviowv, Green
villo county, in thoeomploy of Shan
non1 & Co. of Groenville, who left
yesterday afternoon on the R. & D.
for Atlanta, was knocked off the
train near Easloy by a rock f romi
blho hlands of an unknowvn party,
Aside from a painful Wound in the
ioad and a sprain of tho arm ro.
soived in falliing from the train he
s unininred.-.-Grenvml Nws.
Doctor Pope'i ManIfesto.
To tlio Domocratic voters of: South
I understand that ono of the
ring maid to agentleman a few days
ago, spoaking of mo: "io shall
novor hold o0ico again." Chagrin
Od at my oxposutro of ring methods
now practicod, and at my check
mating him by refusing to go into
his trap at th first ald socond pri
mary, ho thus vonts his sploon.
I boliove that tho officos belong
to the pooplo and not to any indi
vidual or set of individuals. I
shall thuroforo bo a candidato for
governor at tho gonoral olection.
The last killing at Blackvillo has
conivinced m1e that. w'e caln never
havo peaco in this Stato so long as
tho dispensary law is upon the
I shall, theretfre, ri as anti
dispensary candidatto and in favor
af true ilomocracy.
Lot tho pooplo docido at this
oloction whethor or not a fow mon
shall dictato who shall h)ol the
offices, an(d lot thom docido for
th)Isolvos whethor or not laws
sliall bo pass0d ill tho interost of
poacp and hroyand good gov
At this olection a ballot can bo
Clist directly for the man of the
pooplo's choico. Lot tho peoplo
riso.up as ono man and soo to it
that thoro chall bo a fair count.
SAM 1'sON Popm.
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 5, 1894.
Deach of tle 11ev. S. f. Jonies.
SI>ARTANin110(, Sept. 8.-The
Rev. Simuel Barkadalo Jonos, D.
D., died. this morning about sun
riso at the rosidenceo of Judgo
Georgo W. Nicholls. His health
1)egaln to fail before the sossion of
itho Colnnhia female collogo closod
and ho folt that it was his duty to
Lan1d inl his rosignation. Ho camo
to Spartanhurg and then tried
3 soveral health rosorts without any
- improvement. Ho Wont to his
v s1nunor h1ome)1 ti saluda but abont
n two weeks ago ho returned to this
.city. During the last fow wooks
all of his.childreni havo been conl
stantly with hiim.
* T wo Deatlas Neuui- Clenas~on College.
Correpoidnt, of Tie DIly News4.
CINISON CoLLEOR, S. C., Sept.
. .-Mr. Beht-tio, an old geni tle
.lmon who livedil ill this vicinity,
died yesterday morn ing from the
niflcts 'of. a severe fall. lHe was
on1 the. seaffold inig of a I wo -story
c. house andl accidentally stepped ott
receivinig inte rnmal injuriios which
resu~ilted in his deaf h.
Captain Porry, lately ini charge
of the conIIviet4 gua 0rd, dI1( i he
last night of typh1oid1 fever after
anl ill ness of 411roe weeks, lie
loaves a young wiLE'.
lhov CnlAu Xr-ra1.-It is the(
greatost delusi'on11 in (lhe worldl for
ai b)oy to get theC idea0 thait hlis life
is no0 conseguneo, anid the chiarac
ter' of it wvill n ot he nlotiend. A
manl111y triluith boy will shinn like
a sta~r ini aniy community. A boiy
ma possess~ as mutch 'of' noble1
t char'actor' as5 a mani. He may so
- speak and1( so liv~e the tru'ith that
t 111he shall bo1 no0 dliscount on) his
0 WE od. And1( ther are' such4 nobo110)1
I h)oys; and3( wider' and1( dIeeper than)
sti hey arE' ap)t to th ink is their mi
iflumee. They are il hIcing among
4; their. fellows, haivinig aln immenslol5
1(. respected be(caulse of the simlo .
fact of hivinig the1 truthl.
Dear' boys, (d0 be truthful.
Keep your word an absolutely
at the house of God. Be known
for' your fidelity to.. the interests
ofl the Church and( Sabbath-school 4.
B~e true to overy friendship. Help
ot hers to be0 and (do good.
Bloodliedq in Oconce.
01) Saturday night, at 11 o'clock,
near Westminister, Bill. White,
colored, was waylaid and shot by .
some persons supposed to be Andy ~
Lestor and Bill-Roach, twvo negro
men who have beeni on bad terms
wvith him for some time. Forty
shots were put iln his back and it
is thought 1)0 will (lie.
Frank Threft cut John and Ira
>Quarles in a dIrunken row SimdaQ
mornmng on Whtstone Orbek in
Oconee. It is feared there is nQ
chance for John to renove