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THE PEOPWS JOURNAL
T. 0. ROBNSON, ErDiTo.
et~asXD ZVBar THURsDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Etred at the Post Ofice at Pickens as
For Congress, Third District,
A. C. LATIMER.
JOHN GARY EVANS
For Lieutenant Governor,.
W. H. TIMMERMAN.
W.. T.. O'.)ELL.
For the House,
B.. J. JOHNS'IlON,
J. T. YOUNGBLOOD.
For School Commissioner,
T. C. ROBINSON..
N. A. CHRISTOPHER.
For Probate Judge,
J. B. NEWBERY.
For Supervisor of Registration,
J. H. KENNEMUR.
WHERE. If .IE SENTINEi?
For a long imo the Sontinol was
roposing swe( Jly on the fence in
company with the Greenville News.
T.he position on the fence has 1
abandoned- by th
..Au be heard from
-op rail of the fonce, when the
Reformers were settling their
family mattoIs, but. the silence of
the Sentinel is painful at the julie
ture, when tho Conservativos have
a little businoss of their own for t
attention. is the Sentinel still on r
the fence, watching tho develop
mont of the In(lepondunt move
mont. If you are against it, let us r
hear from you and receive your x
timely assistance. If you are with
it, join rapidly or you may be class
od as a'latter (lay saint.
Independents of P icken s met
at Easloy on the 15th istant and
had a small crowd ini attendance,
not over a baker's dozY/en. B. C.
Johnston, was elected Chairman,
and J. M. Barr, Secretary. D).
B. Bradley was lpresent, but
left the meeting, when it was de.
cidedl to send delegates to the S.tate.
R. G. Gaines, Dr. R, F., Smith,
J. H. Bowen, L. K. Kelly, Elias
Day and J. B King were elected
delegates to the State convention
They go uninstructed and are
probably divided on1 the (question
Special to the Greenville News:
COcUMBIA, S. 0., Sept. 17.-The
convention adopted resolutione
demanding that the State conven
Lion of the 19th adopt the demo
cratic national platform and do.
claring that if it adopts the Ocabs
platform or nominates candidatei
who accept it all democrats wvil
be absolved from allegiance to thl
An executive committee, oni
from each county was alppointed t
take chairge of the reorganizatiom
party and call a convention to (de
termnine .further action, to miee
here between now and October th'
The convention adjourned at
a. in. A. B. W.
Col. Breckinridge's manager
claim that Owens's- plurality om
the face of the returns is but 161
and will contest the election
There was a time when the people
of these United States were proud
of the chivalry and virtue of Ken,
tucky, but i4f seems from the re.
~,cent vote given Breckinridge fox
Cogress, that a great change has
come over the people.
Mrs. D. A. Rogers, sister of the
late General John A. Logan, who
'took morphne, with suicide intent
Wednesday, died Saturday night
t'heir home in Murfreesboro, Ills.
Mr. W. 0. Singleton of Daous
> 1e, Piokens county, was in Oco.
last week looking around, and
p1bdrn that he contemplates 1o
thig apr here. He is a brothe:
o arfod Mr. 3. TC. Singleton
The following are thQ, totals he
cording'to th6-6filoial oourit in the
second Democratic primary, for
Matthew Hendricks, 747.
0. P. Field, 548.
Hendrick's Majority, 199.
N. A. Christopher, 776.
W. H. Bryant, 588.
Christopher's majorify, 248.
Juno oF PRORAT r.
J. B. Newborry,. 702.
M. F. Hester, Majprity, 607.
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATI&N.
J. H. Kennomur, 877.
I. Alonzo Brown, 407.
Kennemur's majority, 470.
Anm Aftersnoon VaUcus.,
PRELIMINARY GATHF.RINO TO .MON
DAY NIowe's INDEPENDENT CON
A. good. niany of the delegatos to
the Indopedndt State convention
will reach columbia this afternoon
and, to-iigh.t, but the majority will
I It is bollived that thoro will bo
a fair attondanco at the conveti
tion. Unless thore is a change a
full. Stato ticket will be nominated
The following was sent out yesto:r
Columbia, S. C.,, Sept. 15, 1894.
'o the Dologatos Electod to the
Doiocratie Coavention on the
_y caucus at
.ll. Monday afternoon,
Ith,.and I so invite and earnostly
irgp your prosence.
THOS. W. CARWILE,
Thairman Deioaratic Conference
Coni tteo.-Colunibia Register.
Treassary Clerk's Divcsie,
Washington, Sept. 15.-Secre
ary Carlisle to-day called for the
esignations of Jason E. Biaker,
nldial chief of division in the
reasurer's effice, and D. W. Her
iott, aasistant teller in the cash
oon of the Treasury. He also
lismissed clerks in the classified
ervice of the Treasury, the gala
~ios oif whose places range from
p720 to $1800 per annum. A
number of women are among
the higher priced clerks discharg
T1he requirements of the new re
organization provided in the now
appropriation bill as a result of
the investigation made by the Dec.
kery commission. These dismis,
sals are the first batch of 160 wvh<
will be discharged between nov
and October 1st, next, when thE
new law takes- effect. Changes t4
the number of 500 in matter o
reductions, promotions and dis
charges will be made before th
reorganization contemifpleted i
A Deadly Deael.
Waco, Texas, Sept. 15.--At G ale
ton, the terminus of the Cottoi
Belt Railroad, 43 miles weost o
here, to-day a fatal street due
took place between J. 'r. Goodmari
editor of the People's Voice, ani
B. G. Armstrong, editor of th
Star, both weekly papers. Th
duel grew out of a poersonal cor
troversy in) th(e papers over the &~
Cash lynching, a few months ag<
The two men03 opened fIre on eac
other just as they met in front c
Goodman's office. T1he latter wn
shot through the heart and Arm
strong through the bowels, bot:
Sdying at onces J. 0. Boomnan,
by-stander, was fatally wounde,
in the neck by a stray shot. Al
leave families and were well know:
in this section of the State.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 15.-Thi
campaign between morality anE
licentiousness is fought ouat an
the result is still in doul. L, bot
Breckinridge and Owens c aimin,
the victory, while the fol.>wors e
Settle, who was left '.a tihe ballot.
look on in grir" silence. The Ini
dications e:t,, .t Avever that Owen
Several fights occurred durn
A G3eorgia editor, in afit of des
peration, dashed off the following
"The wind bloweth, the -wate
floweth, the farmer soweth, thi
subscriber oweth and Lord know:
eth that we are in need of our dues
So comue a-runnin, ere we go a
guwnnin', this thing of dunnin
gives us the biues."= -Fxchange.
.hBenidge giveOs up the glght;
September, 17, 1894.
We never said it, "that Libert)
is still boiling,'' as the JOURNAL
made it appear to put it last week,
We said Liberty was still building,
etc., and .we will stick to that.
We did not ask "is the present
government worthy such a succos
sor.." We said such a ("sacriflco,'')
and we don't sce where in the "Na
tion" you found the word Nation
in our article, you seem to have
got things out of joint, and got
the cart [upon the horse-"sorter."
Yes, Liberty is again on tho move,
another new firm was organized in
town Saturday, with six stockhold
ors, as follows: Capt. Wi. Iluntor
& Son, T. N. Hunter, M. A.Boggs,
Bascom Mauldin, and C. E. Ham
ilton. They propose to proceed at
once to build a large and commo
dious store. H. C. Shirley has
bought a lot and proposes to build
a large storo-house, and run the
business under firm name of Shir
1ey & Perkins.
J. 11. Brown ispreparing to build
a now store, and Mr. Thaxton, of
Spartanhurg, was in town Satur
day, he visited tho Shoals on the
Twelve Mile River, he reports
magnificent factory sites, or rather
a succession of them,. aod estimat
ed sufficient power there to manu
facture the entire cotton crop of
Pickens. Now in order to got the
benefit of this power and its work
w- - ust come tegether, take stock,
it our shoulders to the whoel
-idle this idle power, and
benefit, and at the same
itly enhance the real os
.Fe value of our county,
J. V. Griffin, of Seiieca, was -in,
town Saturday, looking at some
land With a view of purchasing and
retiring among us.
News has reached hore of the
death of J. Smith's baby.
Le Lamon is to buy cotton in
this market this season-he is ex
pected here in a few days.
"Anarchists." The following is
from "The Hoosier Blado, G reen
"The old parties should be or
dered to leave the country for
crimes they havo perpetrated."*
"The two old parties have do
stoyed two billion, three hundred
million dollars of the people's mo.
ney to accommodate the fewv whc
control the gold o~f the world. Te
have caused 13,000 annual bank.
ruptcies, made 2,000,000 paupers
3,000,000 tramp~s and 60,000,00(
"They have subsidited the press
the pulpit, the courts, an~d execu
tive and les~islativo branches o
government, stateand :znationi, b'
sending armies to overawve the pee
pie of a State, have defied the pea
pie to punish murderers. The:
have deceived the people in ever'
platfprm since 1864. By threat
- of discharge they have forced labo
a to vote for its own poverty. Tho;
a have fixed the prices on air, ligh
and water, while their trust con
troi the infants milk -and the dea<
-man'se coffin." C.
Frona Looper's, S. C.
September, 18, 1894.
,The elections are over, andl~ w
I are about. settled dlowni to buisiniess
o Fodder-pulling, and1( Sorgumn
o making, are the order of the daay.
- Mr. N. H. Jones is buildinig
. dw'ell ing, barn, stables, &ce., on tlhi
. land recently p~urchasedl of Mra. S
5 F. Robinson, and saiys; he ha
f so much wiork to (1o, thiat. he hard
r, ly has ti me to attend the All iancoe
-Mr. Trainum has hiis store-houisi
Sat Nine Forks church about reaudy
I for the new goods ; which have al.
I readly begun to arrive.
I The Messrs. Hughes haive th<
a lumber on the ground here for the
building of a store house in thiu
place, and then we will have an Al
a lianco store here.
1Our crops are, ordinary to good
I The cottonl, is ordinary and th
u corn good.
Mf. W. 0. Singleton, has per
f hays, the highest corn stalks o
r a n y one around. Lightninj
- struck two stalks in differen
a places in the same field (Botton
land) during a thunder storm om
g the 11th inst.
The health of our commnumtgy.i
. now good. Come to see us broth
o r Chris, if you did not get to comn
before the primiary. WV.
Deatha of Mrs. Manl~y.
Mrs. Sarah M. Manly, widow o:
the late Rev. Dr. Basil Manly, dios
at the home of her son, Rev. Dr
C h a r 10e s Manly, in .Greenvill<
Wednesday night. She was 88 yearu
of age and had 'filled her life iwitl
Fropst watoway, ..
Sept. 9th, 1894.
Mr. Editor: As I thought a few
dots from this section might be of
some interest, I concluded to write,
As this is my first attempt your
readers won't expect much from a
Th1cr.Qpp. are splendid in this
section,, an4. foddor~ pulling has
The piblic school houso just
across thehino in North Carolina
was burned to the "ground last
Monday night, with ;.all the stu
donts and teachers books, and all
other school apparatus- Tho loss
Was about $150; it was supposed to
have been the work of incondiarios.
Wesley Powell and Allen Pat
torson wero each sontoncod to the
penitentiary for a term of two
years for breaking into J. E. Gal
loway's store and tho Post-office at
this placo. They were tried at tbo
present session of Court at Bre
vard, N. C.
E. F. Depriost is teaching a
flourishing school in the Horse
Pasture District, and has an en
rollment of thirty-six pupils, and
a very good avorage.
Protractod meetings are the rage
now, and a good many conversions
and accessions are reported.
Thomas Patterson, son of Pleas
Pattorson, and Miss Polly Patter
son, daughter of Josiah Patterson,
were married at the home of the
bride's father, on the 30th ult.;
Rev. W. C. Bowon officiating, all
of this section.
. From Euon.
TheOld Folks MIusical jAssocia
tion meat.with'iEnon Church 'last
Sunday. In the absence of Prof.
J. D. Edens, Rev' G. W. Singleton
presided at. the organ, and for his
valuable assistance the Association
hereby oxpress its thanks. The
day Was most pleasantly Epent and
all, especialy the old people,:wero
dolighted. The next meeting of
the Association will be held at
Shady Grovo Church the 1st Sun
(ay, aid at t riflin, the 3d Sunday
in October at 9, a. m. By order of
Association. J. M.PORTER, Pros.
E. J; PaINCE, Sec.
Washingtopi, D). C., Sept. 15.
Secretary Carlisle has reiterated
his decision no~t to pay bounty on
sugar, in a letter sent to-day to
Senato~ Manderson, of Nebraska,
in which he says: "TI have had
under considerat ion the appl ica..
, ion made by certain producers of
sugar in the States of Nebraska
and California for the payment of
Ilbounty upon the production of
- that article under the act of Oc
- tobler 1, 1890, and have arrived at
i the conclusion that such payments
f cannot be made without further
a legislation by Congress."
r - . . .-- .
v It is said that there are mnorc
t lies toldl in the sentence "I air
- glad yo ege.you" than in .the any
1 othen six. words in the Englisha
Louisiana lhas the largesst farm'
in the United States. It is 10C
un mles one way by 25 the other.
.The fencing alh.to cost *50,000.
Fromii The (C.entral TyI'ro.
I igh tnn ng struck the storo-house
oft Mr. I,. Ross Eatoni the othor
day, tearing oil' the lightning rodl
andi part. of the roof. Mr. Eaton
himself was severely shockod,
P art, of tilo train dispatcher's of
fico has l0bongramnovedl to Charlotto,
N. 0. We thus lose some of our
Two ipombers of Mr. .John Chap.
man's faudily .nro prostrated with
Styphoid fe'ver, Mr's. Chapman be
ing. 'n a very critical cond(ition.
Theii Court officors and jurymen
wero on hlind Mondlay, but Judlge
Watts was dletained on account of
sickness- in his family. Court was
ad journodl t o WVednesday at 9, a. m.~
William Carpentor, the Edge..
field murdleor, was brioughmt to
Columbia Saturday niight and put
Sin the' plonitent iary.
- 0.,' e --.
"I knw anold soldier whlo had
chrong arhaof long sjaIndin~g to
have been permnanentihy mured by tak
ing Chamberlain's Colho, Cholera and
l)iarrhtpa Remedy, "says Edward
Shumupik, a prominent druggist of
Minneapolis, Minn. ''I have sold1
thme remedy in this city for over sev'en
years andl consider it superior to any
other medicine now on thme market
(or bowel complaints.'' 25 and 50
cent bottles of this remedy for sale by
Dlr. G. W. Earle, Pickons; C. N.
Wyatt, Easley; Hall, Sloan, & Co.,
Fort -HilT; Hunter & Bogg Libety
The county Treasurer of Pick
ens will open his books for col
lection of Taxes, fiscal year
1894, in his office at Pickens C.
H., on the 15th of October 1894.
when -the following Taxes will
State Tax, 5 mill.
Ordinary Co., 3
C. H. Bonds, t "
Past Indebtedness., 3 '
All able bodied men from 21
to 50 years of age are liable to
A special levy will be collected
from property holders in sever
al school Districts.
I will be at the following pla
ces on days named below..
At Calhoun, Oct. 23rd.
At Central, " 24--25.
At Liberty, " 26th.
At Easley, " 30-81.
At Cross Plains, Nov. 1st. a. ml
Looper's Shop, " 1st. p.M.
Foster's Stor'-- " 2nd.
At Pumpkintown," 3rd,
Holly Springs " 0th, a. m.
Eatstatoe, " 6th, p. m.
At Mile Creek, " 7th.
A Six Mile, 8th.
At Praters, " 9th, a. m.
At my office until December
30th at which time the books
I will be compelled to leave
each place at 4 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. YOUNGBLOOD
,Treas. P. 6o.
ANd Low Tariff Prices.
If yau will examine my stock. you
will be convinced that I have goods
at REFORM PRICES. Just think
about the prices below.
I Shirting, at 4 cents.
Cotton Checks, at 41 cents.
Good Prints, at 4 cents.
Standard, at 5 cerats.
Wool Flannel, from 121 up.
Eiderdown, good quality, 15 ets.
Fashionable colors of Outing, 8 to
Worsted, all colors at 10 cents.
Cashmere, at 17, 22, and 25, cents.
Bargains in Towels, 18, and 25
inches at 5 cents each.
Table Dtiak, at 20, 30, 40, and
Work Shirts, at 20 cents each.
Under " 20 "
Drill Drawers, at 25 cents a pair.
Course childrens Shoes, No's. 5 and
6 at 10 cents a pair.
Men's Brogans at 75 cents.
Nice Button Shoe at 90 cenits.
A lot of small No's. in Ladies' Shoes
at and below cost.
Bargains in summer goods, Lawns,
at 3A cenits.
Jeans Wool Filling at 17, 19, 24,
Jeans Pants, at 75 cents,
Men's Suits, at $4.00.
'' '' ''5.00.
'' " " 6.00.
" $7.00 up.
And many other things, I can't
.mention for lake of space. Come to
L. Rram SMfiTi will be with me, and
be glad to see, and serve Is friend..
WV. LEE~ SAMMON.s, will be with us
to serve you in the Cotton businoss.
Call and see us, if you want to
trade, that's wvhat we mean.
J. H. BROWN,
Liberty, S. C.
Sept. 20th, 1894
THE STrATEi OF SOUTH CAInOLINA,
County of Pickons.
By J. B. New bery, Esq.,
WVhoroas, J. M. Stowart, C. C. P.,
made suit to me, to grant himi Lot
ters of Admniistration of the Es
tato of and effects of A. M. Neal,
Those aro thoroforo to cite and
admoriish all and smngular the kin
dlrod1 and croditors of the said A.
M. Neal, dloconsod, that they be0 and
'ippear boforo me, in the Court of|
Probato, to be hold( at P'ickons CL.
House, S. C., on the 30th day of
October next, after puIblication
heroof, at 11 o'clock in the foro
noon1, to show, cauiSo, if fany they
have, why theosaid Administration
should not bo0 granted.
(Oivoni undlor my 11land, this 17th
day of September 1894, in the 117th
yoar of our 1Idejoodenco.
J. B. NEWVBERY, J. P. P. C.
All persons are hereby warn
ed not to hunt, fish, or in any
way trespass. on my lands, as
any violations will certainly be
pushed in the Courts.
L. R. DURHAM.
Notice to Farmers.
I will be locatedl during the
Cotton season, at the new Mill
Town of Ne wry on Little River,
prepared to buy all Cotton offer
at highest market prices.
L. S. WraJIAMs.
SPARTANDVE0, 8. 0.
We can save y4
Fail Stock of G4
in. They are ei
Sept. 20, 1894.
Will offer for Thirty days the I
Suits at a terril
Lot 1, 37 Suits, 34 to 42, at $12.50.
sold for loss than $16.50 and many ol
Lot 2,12 Suits, 34 to 42, at $10. '1
This wo beli
Evor made in Clothing in Greonville
brics and made by the bost tailors th
isl. A few minutes spent in examin
moans a sale. g Coio and soo t)
Mamn and Wr
May 24, 1894.
We carry at all times, a stock of
COPPER, GALVANIZED and PLa
&c., and are prepared to do all k
REPAIRING, from putting a bott<
out and out elaborate articles and
Our prices are always as low as
good work. Don't have work of t
or Galvanized Iron until you come
When you want a COOKING ST(
EL~MO, and LIBERTY, and come t
' noss, all drains and loss of
ye a wai'ttea smarnal
M,*nsin wrappor. Aciross
For ealo in Plckons.85. (., by IL. K I RK8E
OEreenville Nulser ~a
Iwill be pleased to 'fill orders t
for FaUIT TRE~s, GRAPE VINES, fi
STRAWBERRY PLANTS and ORCNA- 11
MENTAL SnRUBBERY. I am Agent o
for E. L.-Taylor's Nursery, which b
is located two and a half miles ti
South of .Greenvillo, and which E
is filled wilth Trees and Plants t<
suited to this climate.i
I have been in the business for 'ni
fifteen years and will help you'
select Fruit adapted to this oli- -
mate, and the location of the or
chard. J. M. TEAGUE,
J1uly 19 --3m Dalton, 8. C.
WANTED--.A few Boarders. Ap- to
ply t:3 Mrs ams Thompsn.n +f.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, L. L,, D,
TWO FULL COURSES.
1ocossary expenses for one year
0ne Hundt-ed and Fifty Dollairs.
For Catalogue address,
3. A. GAMEWELL,
)11 money. Our.
ods Ae coming
eap and lovely.
14 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
ollowing lots of Fihe Frook
)ie sacrifice -
Nono of this lot has ever been
them at $20-and $25.
his lot was sold from $15to $16.60,
nvo is the
The Goods are of the finest fit-.
At cut goods perfect in fit and fin
ition of thoso numbers we think
':7 sf- Bristowr.
shington Streets, Greenville, S. C.
h ..a.."F 7'r4
different sizes and weightis of
\.N SIE ET IRON, ZINC, 'TIN
inds of Sheet Metal Work and
>m in a Coffee Pot to liaking
vessels im the above metals.
can .bc made consistent with1
lis kind done, nor buy Copper
to see us.
3|LREAT*I-DUR HAM CO.,
HIansion House, Greenville, S. C.
>VE rerpember tho IRON K[ NO
o see them. May 5.
gains theCl~V Etat of B.co S.ur or
nd elC* rrsin tl. properl ody a ld
ao or. beofor -rhe ~1stday Itof e Oco
N r 1 et orI be. barred fom pxzar
Noptice to theudito sai
sAte ll persons dinde cbaim
g aid stte usteakf BS.por
0entton pren the same aovte
nlrined prpel M. ppTEWAR,
Aug.b~oe h 30. Administrato.
[r heoreb e bioard fomar-n
rstaeond or persons hindebrtreds
Len ld oafrthe etiemen aovehi
otiorntedy Jl be dasTWihAcRTn
lAu. Th0s Admiynitr1a9o..
Wnr..O89 TIOG LAN