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THE PEOPLE'8 JOURNAL*
T. C. ROBINSON, EDTOR.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Entered at the Post Offie' at Pickeus as
For Congoss, Third District,
A. e. LATIMER.
JOHN GARY EVANS.
For Lieutenant Govornor,
W. 1. TIMMERMAN.
0. W. BUCHANAN.
W. T. C. BATES.
Secretary of State,
D. I. THOMPKINS.
JOHN GARY WATTS.
Superintendant of EducittiGn,
W. 1). MAYFIEL).
W. D. EVANS,
J. C. WV1LBOR 1N.
W. H. TH OM AS.
For Stato Sonator,
W. T. O'DELL.
For tho 11ouso,
I. J. JOHNS'TON,
J. T. YOUNGrBLJO).
For School Commissionor,
T11. C. ROBINSON.
N. A. CIIRISTOPIIER.
For Probato Judge,
J. B. NEWBERY.
ipervisor of Registriation,
... . KENNEMI.'R.
I)r. EARLE I NTE1llfE1VWE).
)r. Thomas T. Earle, of Green
villo, whilo on a visit to Baltimore,
was interviewed by the Baltimore
News and hewed to the hume. D)r.
Earle is a Conservative, but. is
fair and willmng to ac~ept cetodi
tions andI facts as5 they really exist.
It is am11using to soo the inigenui ty,
with which the anti papers are t ry
ing to oxplain away thie opinionis
of Dr. Earlo and to obstruct the
good offoet of his wise andl liberal
observations on the state ot po
litical affairs in South Carolina.
Dr. Earle is a close ob~server of
the contests, which have boon in
polities and looks through all the
p~retenlces aund plausible pleas into
the real merits ot the situation
He is manly and fair ,and freely
admits, that the State has under
gone a social revolution and that
the commnon peop)lo have conquer
ii the aristocrats; that he cannot
blame Tillman, 'who, after all, has
only carried out the laws. Hie
says, that the affairs in this State
are not as had as outsiders think,
and -that the newspapers are re
sponsiblo for such imnpressions,
He thinks, as the Tlillmanitos arn
unquestionably in thme majority
that the opposition ought to re
main in retirement and keep Si
lent unless they had someothuing
better to offer than criticism.
H~e thinks that the negro willI
be dragged into p)olitics and that
it is uncertain which faction will
control more of them.
He has not the slightest dloubt
that the T~I~lmani ticket will be
elected and Trilimnan sent to the
senate. H~e says that Butler is
as much of a populist as Tillman1,
and he had rather see the latter in
the senate; that Butler bolted, but
he bolted alone, Hie says that
Butler lhas no backing and less
moraml standing than he had beforo.
Ho thinks that matters will adjust
themselves to an orderly basis af
ter awhile, but not bjefore there
has been considerablj more agita
Atkinson's. Dig Majority.
Atlanta, Ga., October 6.-The
consolidated vote of last Wednes
day's election shows Atkmnson's
majority for Governor to be 26,
000. The rest of the State ticket
got BQ000 majority. The Demo
crate will hie a majority of 125
in the House and 87 in the Senate.
Contest,, have been filed by the
Populist. ir fie counties. They,
complaimed ef frand,and the boem
ocrats charge that the, onit
rePeated in several countese Tehe
8tate Legislature meet, on Octobo
Complaint has been made to theI
JOURNAL about the publication of
in article, which first appeared jin
bhe local columns of the Green
ville News and which purportod to
give an account of causos and cir
-unistances of the recont unfortu
nato tragedy at Mount Carmel. It
is charged that the News' account
was full of malicious and mislead
ing statements and that the Joun
NAL should not have copied them,
knowing them to be of such a
As to the first the JOURNAL, has
nothing to do and think that the
News is the proper one to answer on
that scoro. It is custom with news
papers to give their readers news
and when that news is obtained
from other papers, to indicato tl
ftact, so that t hie credit and respon
vibility for the same will rest with
the proper authorities. The Jol'a
NAL SO acted inl this case and did
not assume to speak for the cor
rectness an( acciuracy of tho facts
an(1 reports in that. accoint, ex
cepo)t that it (ontaind substalnei
ally at stiatelnllt of the origin and
circtinistances of Ithe homnicide
As to the other mat lvrs de-t.ai ld
Iy I lit l!ws, Ilie .JoR'aNA1. di d IIot
have atilieieit iiii'forillatioll to ff iu
an opinioll a1id woaln iti)( a e
the rusponsibility to contradiet
t.hei, ts 1 iey a~pearied to le giv
ell by tlie Inisley corre~pondell.,
Wo vas slipuosi'd to n ill flll
po"session 41If ILI facs.
It. has b1Een(1 purposp)c of tli Jount
NALr to wit h fairness to) all plar
ties conet'-eti'n and it hnas iot stat
ed anythinig Ihat coul( be preju
dicil I.) llt oilf', I hilt has refraill
I fromli eXpressilg all opinion,
leaving the public to judge from
hie facts, which will com0ie out at
tie( trial 11 the Case.
Hill, ckwood and RroWn.
N.:w YoK, October 6.-The
uncertainty regarding the Demo
ratid ic tke in this Stato has at.
length been removed and the 1ol
towing ticket will take the field in
Lil) ciming election: For Gov
3rnor, David B. Hill, of Elmira;
for Lieutenant Governor, Daniel
Lockwood, of Buffalo; Court of
Apeals, (Charles F. Brown, of
Newherg. This result was accom
plished after a conference lasting
all day, in which the members of
in' Senate committee, Seniator
Ii ill aind the leaders1' of the party
fromi all over the State participa
ted. Nearly all of the members
of the D~emocratic State conunit
tee assembled at the State head
quarters at the Park Aveimoe Ho
tel at 11 o'clock to-dIay. They
found very little to do, however,
but wvait, as the leaders of the
party were holding a conference
in regard to filling the third place
onl tile ticket.
Shortly before 5 o,clock, at
which hour the State committee
was again called to order, the
c.ommittoo would nominato. Judge
Charles F. Brown, of ' Nowhorry,
for Judge of the Court of Appeals.
Thlis was the result of the all-day
conferenco bet woon the leade~rs.
It was theni announccd( that Judge
Charlos Browni had been unani..
mlouisly nlomlinated for the thiud
plae on thle t ick't . Th'len thle no
tificat ion 3111 iont too hieaded byv
M najor Hinckloe, chairiman of thi.
Stato (comm11)ittee'., proceede~ld up-)
stairs to3 no'tify Senator llill andl
Frossa Shad~y (urove.
The Old Foiks musical Associa
in met31 wi t~h Shady (I rove chu iireb
Sunday, October.-7th, and had a
regular mnusic feast. At sonn-i
other places wheni thit Associaition
has c3onvenied te5 siging hias b'een
grand hut the Shady (. rovo per
pie equaled if not1 excelledl t in
The Associa tioni meetIs withi
Griflin church the 3rd Sundayv, in
October, and at Liberty Bhaptist
Church the 2nd Sunday in Novemu
ber at 9. a. mi.
By order of Association,
J1. M. POR-rER, President.
E. J. PRIINCe, Secretary'
By order of the Postmaster Gen
oral the Post Office .of Eighteen
Mile in the county of Pickoe, S.
C., has been discontinued to take
effect 15th of October 1894, and
from that (late will mail for saidi
office will be opened, (delivered and
recounted for by p. mn. at Easley,
J. P. Carey, Esq., has made appli
sation to Judge Watts in Walhalila
for bail for L. E. Childress. It
was granited and the suas was fix'
Sd at $8,000. L. E.. Childress
SIisi rg As eisdaou3at Mile VOelk
The Twelve Mile singing asso.
-iation mot at Mile Crook church
>n Sunday, September 30th, at I0
>'Clock; the prosidont was at hie
post ready for duty.
Mr. Willie Gravoloy led inl prayor.
The exocutivo committec handed
in the program for the forenoou
which was'as fellows:
Prof. J. L. Murphree,'the polito
conductor of tim association ar
ranged the class and sang for thir.
Mr. J. L. 'Tliomas noxt led foi
twenty minutes. Prof. Elford 1,
Bolding noxt conductedl the clas
twoity Illillutos, at the closo o
wich the association took fifteel
Tlie peoplo roussombled to th
h1ou1s aigaill at ti( sound of til
organ, and was led by Prof. Mafi
cus 0. Looper for fifteen nnute
ill in tilentid Imlanier.
Mr. I. M. Bolding .next, le( fh
fifteen i minutos. The presiden
then atroseand announced that. th,
conigregation could Consider them
solves discharged for ono ioi am
a half. A reasonablo part of tli
tim)e was devoted inl rolinving ti
hl'vy 11dln baskots and truimks o
Chiir l arder. A fler being ref rshe
by Ioumitiful ropast and the tim<
giv wal %is up, the singers roturned
to tho houise, also the liarers, aii
engaged i) makiing som( excelloii
music during the ovoning lessomit
winch wore very ably conducted h
Mr. W. F. Tompkins, for fifteor
minutes; Mr. C. E. Thomas, fiftooi
m1inuitos; Air. Willie Graveley, fif.
Leen minutos; Nr. Robert Smith
lifteen minutes. The class wer<
given fifteen minutes recess for rE
froshients, after passing the tim
among the poople again re-assem
bled in the liouso ( were led b
tho following professors, each on
acting hl is part weol hvli li resu I te
in excellent music. Prof. Mm
phroo, ton minutes; Prof. L'opl
10 minutes; Prof. Bolding. tei
Thle pre-sidint, Mr. Z. 11. Sjuithj
sang i few excellent pieces of I
ti me music wi ieh was w-.l I render
0d. He then retlrneld tliamIks t
the people for exceeedinigly gool
order and fine music rendered, an
hoped all would work to keep th
association, as in the past, in goo
harmonious work ing or'der. As
was oirganized1 for the hobnefit an
improvemett of all intorestedi
After singing an approprial
song, Mr. Willie Gravely, led tIl
association in p)rayer. Trhe assi
ciation was then (dismissed to me
on noxt 5th Sundlay, at Sha'
Miss Alice Thompkins, Mi
Nannio Murphiree, Miss Elk
Looper andl Juliuis E. Parsons, hi
charge of the organ wich wI
handled1 with great prudence mi
harmony. 0. S. S'ru.:wAur,
See'ry of T1. M. 'S.
October 8, 1894.
Rev. Lafferty of \a., is to prent
here iext1 Sunday 14th, at 11l, ai.n1
ini thle P'resbyterian church
MIrs. htobert Tlhomnpsoni is .s
MIrs. J1. W. Dawson hasi h)o(
very sick butt is con va lecentt.
M rs. 11. A. M oore, of ( reenivil
is visit i ng lher sister.
Mrs. S. D). Stewart, who I
heen41 quito sick, is better.
R ev. L,. 'T. We!ldn was nU iot ab
t) fill his appo intmen t vesterdahiI
owing to the spell of sickness he
wee'k, fromi which lhe had not su
fi eient ly recove red .
MI iss Corrie lRogg.s ha s ret n rne
froim a fewv we'eks visi It totelt in
in Laurens Count '.
MIiss LAiio lRoggs reurned P ieo
Pelz.er last week, where she wi
again engage in the inill inerv bus
Lee Sammuion hams locate(d her
to buy cotton and cot tonl sed1.
Sammon , Shirley and1( Brown d1
not belong to the anti Farmer
league here who declares "'war t.
the knife andl the. kife to thI
hilt'' on t he farmers cotton weigh
or.. Keep it all and you abli
foot, tho bill s and keep your li<(
closed IS the miott~o except a:
Tihe nowi buildinigs of the tow:
are being rapidly puIshe~d to comi.
Cotton and cotton Reed are com-.
mng in right lively occasionally
Cogton is .beomg gathered righit
lively in some places, it is over
The Molasses crop is m~rtt
Oliver WindelI Holmes
BOSTON, Octobor 7. Oliver Wen.
dell Holines is doad. Without th(
somiblanco of a strugglo or a pain
he passed away as he lived, poace
fully and bautifully. Tho end
Calm at 12.10 o'clock this attor.
110011 at tho venorablo poot's town
house, 298 Boacoit street.
He was qtrrounded by his chil
drii. and v.sibly conscious of their
plresence up-t) wit" itin a few minu.
tes of the last, though t1Iable tc
speak. .Tii e closed his eyei(s
wea ri ly atnd semied to f:ill asleep,
als islvled hel did-he shvqp of deat 11
at Which tift whole world will
1mour1'nl. Ilis death was due to ex
haristi' followinlg a sevree attack
.\Ir.. ltr You will pleast4
- announc' through yoiur' colns
that for tlw. I xutiv. cmm01111)ittet
- which was appointed by the Eas.
lev and lihel ty Township silgingp
fIssO'illt i<ll t4 see f lte' til'llo amll
I, [phll0 h.s 11 a0llul (11rgatliiz a erstilt
t ty singing conveLntion I will say t<
1 ilm peol that we have seiectft
- El1 bip311)t ist church f'or he plla<
f to meet an1d orgnllie, Nwe will mteel
11 th11e thild Sat irday and Sunilday
in October 1891, at 10 o'clock.
will sav to the lovers of music ii
this <-ounty to 14) ho suro and he o
hand strictlv at the hour state(
for the pl)0lose of o1'(ralizoing tli
couity singing convention. Th
success of this work doponds oi
the etfort we make, lots meet aiu
make it a success.
A. 11. li.:simo, Chairman.
1 On and'aftor Monday the Whis
key Trust-proposes to discontii
giving rohath C6r'itificates. Go4d
will ho'i~lled'dhtt. Thro ;s n,
change in pice,.
. Ilgl'am 1 s . 1 1) ( t IIei - i tall
yarn' Wilfin wlh killed a Mir
Gladdoin in Yorkville last vear
was acquittell tit Lancaster ysster
Tak\4)1, (yIu l lton 86.(d to) P. 1)
Ilrln in -ah-y,1 who will hull
yoplr ('( 1tt0n sed and pay the high
- eJst cash prIil* fo theml I1o is buIy
I iny. for the South Carolina Cottoi
1Oil Comnpainy, Greenvillo Mill.
j Oct. 11-din
e' Thrlow a'wa~y your old sit,l that Ihori'
d iinig. and't 111w of . 1. 11 AM 3PKY'
lii suig-luting newv snit.
d Iloy's. Sit s, $1 511 Ii o 2.50-'
Men's Sitits, $1.50 to $7 .)0.
SMen's Clay Worsted, *310.00 to1 $12.5
Meni's Sautiniet Cork.seicw, $12.00 io $1
0 Th'Iere is notlhing ne.aidental abont1)41 o1
.0 display of LaieIs' IDress (Good41. Th<Il
Canniot fail- to leafse thle iO-t e'xactin1g.
Alpaccas, 9 cents peri yard.
410 inichi llenr ietitas, 15 to0 40 cents.
Y Di'ess Flaiiels, 25 to 10 ('('ils per y:ii'
All-wool Ilarge, -12 inches w1ide, I 43 ee
(1 Gghaius 0 to) 8 cents pci' yard.
TwhilIl"I ahniels, 19 celnts per' yard.
School Iluy .Jeruis frotn 15 to1 25 et s. I4
II Not lonts ! NotI ions1 ! ! Not inns4'
Go~odiline TPowvel, 25 cents.
( 'or. ets,'25' t4 05 ('entsL.
A id'aiH else, ini pr'ioortioln.
8Bid" Cazll 4early to) avidI 11 the lih
J. M. RAM PEY.
h1 Easley, S. C. Oct. 11, 18(1
11cCo l'autent I' han, $.50 per'i arreil.
So Ib- . Fl'ot'. '.100. 25 lb.. IFlori -14'.
'adine14s 5fl. goodl"' Shmnon 10 centsii.
Mla-on's lii.g box lllbickizng 50'. I wo ho.1)
1es l..hn' 5-. .ondo od o
that I willNar 'ant o f C 's
A ai of1 1''t ln I auls for1 Wre , (or Ww(
('to. t,5;i is htu ,lhnhn
a :aI Ih I('., ;Iw*inu! eh:; p.
Won.:l - 's go 'ls 11'o e,,' Son 1al ~'i h.; lo.,
F111 in Sh'.., u i i i , s a >. I 14 if
do'r tin F1n Y. I ell~dn 1y11 t:'e oN oe
b1. r sa l e .e n s a diy m ..
iac tof m e,1 youE bShOES Io-n :ni:see
si e s- h -t l'-c. t 3, ie 1
41 ole 15.,ht (ia, pe alo . V
SHEPPARD AND ELLISON'S
Georgia Home-made for rough
ware, is the best.
Nice line Ladies' Shoes, patent fast- G
elers given with shoes, so you will
iot be sewing on buttons every Sun
day before going to church. Chil
dren's shoes, a specialty.
Indigo Prints best, 5 cents per
All woel Twilled Flannel 16 2-3
cents per yard. .
All wool Twilled Flannel best 20
cents per yard.
All wool School Boy Jeans 16 23
cents per yard.
All wool School Boy Jeans best
20 cents per yard.
3-4 Shirting 4 cents per yard.
7.8 Shirting 5 " 4
Hats all kinds, and styles with 33j
per cent off. Don't miss getting a
$2.00 Hat for $1.50. Come early
before they are all gone.
I Good line of Shirts and underwear,
A Good pair Blankets, 90 cents.
A good pair Counterpanse, 90
I. X. L. Pocket knives 20 per cent
Nails steel cut, 21 cents per pound. 0
s By the keg 21 0 'i
Shot W- cents per pound.
Powder 20 " ''
Best Potent Flour *3.90 cents per 0]
Second Patent Flour $3.30 cents
We have many other things that
you will needl, which space here
lon't allow us to to mention, so call
to see us when in town
SHEPPARD & ELLISON.
Easley, Sept. 27 1894.
WHEN____ AND___ WHERE____T______.
Whien youl wattiei hebs n
cheapst lne o tll kins oDest
NovedSui nGenil go to
Jones & Garrison's.
-W'hen you w~ant to find the ewtn
mingpst ine all kinds of ketos
Jones & Garrisons.
When you want to paird the nadiest5.
r cenns anos allorn of cen nd nthreen
par f5 et ~s o 1go to
Jonies & Garrison's.
. Whien yh oldwa morninirgs laremind
a youat in er 2its igiand thet0
you will have to get. some Woolen Un
e deiwea r, (ither hlies', men~is'or1 clil d
rensi' it y'ou would like to have themil
miade of free wool go to
J1onies & Garrison 's.
Wh'len you want whiie and' ('or''d
Shirt lFioiik to w';r wit' v'our ila*
Su ir ad a 77, ('('t l'n!lu'l Shirt
fr ourli hiusbdla 5i0' cents go to
IWhenci y :>u wat t aniythinrg in Dry
:1("i;. and Shoes y'ou canu'tt'inudaniv
WVheni vou wvant the best anid cheap
est )'hoes in Gr;ieenil~le go to
Jones & Garrison's.
.i When;;; yoiwnvnyhin.. inou
or ol stuf. W~e iiIllie glad to see
JONES & GARRISON,
Mond~ay, andr Monday only,, (one)
c3akO Buttermirk Soap 3'eents.3
No. 9 PENDLETION STRlEET.
Sept. 27. Greenville, S. (I.
Agents Sta ndard Patterns. Cata
hogue free on reqluest. -
.se YOT7IZ YMA iIE'flAC11X
Or you ar Hw r ut ral g~oid to' /Idnh
,w.RflOW N'N f itN IiI'11'ARt. . Al
0 the People of Pickens C
We have again opened up in Gr
EW STOCK OF CLOTHING,
id kindly invite you to call on us
ill have our Trade mark,
Fifty Cents on 1
-OUR STOCK CONSI
Elegant Men's '
Elegant 4 4
Elegent b .
In fact it is the largest and bes
'reenville. Come and see us.
Oct. 10. 119 Ma
When 1iby Put U
It's a day we all rem
its scone of solemn s
Still casts a- gleai
when at home we coi
For a baby form is i
no chil1dish prattle I
Its itusic sweet, refres
the babv put on pan
It closed the doors of
Opened wvide the gat<
That leads from arnis
the hill of man's estI
The light of dawning f
the fragarnt pathwva
Of baby, and enthraf
the day he put on pa
We honestly believe that our new li
ten's and boys' wearables is as comi
:the prettiest things as any store in
ir Clothing is thai it pleases the wev
id makes more friends for us. Ever
'e claim the best for the money. \Vc
-der to cheapen prices. There's streng
Le prices reasonable.
Main and Washir
Oct 11, 1894.
We cani save you
Fall Stock of G~oo
n iThey are che:
Sept. 20, 1894.13
We carry at all times, a stock of duff
DPPER, GALVANIZED and PLAIN
c. , and are prepared to dJe al kinds
EPAIRING, from puittinig a bottom
it and out elaborate ar'ticles and vest
Our prices are al wvays as low as cari
>odl work. Don't have work c'f thisx
Galvanized Iron until you come to s
When you want a COOKIJNG S'10VE
iRO, and LIBERTY, and come to set
3 - MANHOOD REG
- a as n~n 11drIn sandilosn o power
- io s3 0v lte Rtsrue to e
iA N . In plaIinwrappor. Adrs IVEl
For sale in ickens.8S. C.. by IR. K(litKSCY's 1)1t
Use Brown's Iron flitter.
Physelans recommend it
I dealers keep It. $1.00 per bottie. Genuine'
,rado-mar': and crossed red Hinos on weeiyo
renville, with 'an entirely
for Fall and Winter wear,
to examlile 0111' stock. We
t stock ever brought to
3 & Co,
in Street, Greenville, S. C.
of saldnoss, -
>f mother to
nes for fall and wintor, of
>letc and embraces as many
Greenville. One beauty of
rer, his family and friends,
,body claims the cheapest.
never cheapen qualities in
th in the quality that makes
gton Streets, Greenville, S. C
Is are comning
ip and lovely.
~EIG L E~R
ain Street, Greenville, S. C.
brent sizes and ivz.mso
of Slheet Aletal Work anc(
on (f1en Pot to ma)kin ,
els in theo above metals
be inade ceonsisten1t iviti
Li1( (lone, nor buy Coppe1
non House. Greenilile, S. (
rem~ember the IRON K[I N(
them. May 5.
n vo* i 'th b ao v itaI $ rloain
ll- m - a ,(th asc V a I i 6 .cia o rd.Ic fa o r li
U,(0o SV S Buy r Coalhoun . o g . --noralii
pa ty higett pr o fiw~a~ordettn.
A. J. BOG(US,