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The Peopds JournaL
Miss Annio Forguson, of G reon
villot is visiting Miss Hattie Grady.
J. T. Hitt, of Cross Pains, call
od On 1i. Jovu xNAl., and reported
cotton as almost a 1 .ailuro in his
Married on Sunday, Sept. 15th,
at tho residonce of th) brido, Mr.
Andrew Rackloy to Mrs. Elizaboth
Vickory, Rov. Bonjamin P. Moore
F. . Morris & Co. tiro sawing
sonio as fine lumber att their mill
throo miles south of Pickens ts it
has been our lot to 8so in many it
day. Orders filled at short notice.
We are requosted to state that
thooK will be an all-day Singing ti
Cross Roads sahool house, near W.
It. Garrett's, the first Ai dnay in
October. Conio early and bring
your books and baskets.
Mrs. Frances Barrott diod at hoi
h1om1o in Dacuteville towilslip on
tho 13th instant. Sho was ninloty
fivo yars old 1111d I devot0(l m1om111
her of tho Methodist clhu rcli a(
)acuisvillo. Sho leaves four chil.
dron to mourn hor death.
Mtarried at the rosidence of Tri
al Justico Garvin, in Contral town.
ship, onl tho 13th instant, at 12:81
a. im., Mr. William Connor, 01or
od, to Mliss Allartha linker, colored.
Trial Justice Garvin ofliciated itn
his usually felicit ouis 11111nneri'.
Rufus Durham, a young&) m1an
living on J. E. Ilorougls' fa Ilrm inl
Hurricano 'Township, fell from ia
troe Monday an IId was 11 Ilm lost ki I Id.
Hij 'head was badly brised and
cut, but his injuries ir not con
sidered at this tielic very serious.
Mir. G. Sinclair Whit mliro) died
it Ils hom1o near Peter's Creek on
the 11th instant. .le was seventy
oight years old and a consist.ent
member of th Nine Forks chureb
from which he was Ilrid on the
12th instant, Rev. 1. jE . M1ullinaix
c11ducting the funeral serv ices.
.1o leaves i wifo alid two childreln
to mourn his death.
Wo undertaind thalt. olle of oll'
Diacusvillo citizins' only crop this
Yomr is tobacco, witl which li has
ill)ored very paiotitly, steminii g,
suckering, an1(d trying to cure.
His hou1so has a tin roof, and le
twists his tobacco u1p il In lgo hun
(1ls, omewhat miallr thanl a
bindle of fodder and la's out on
his roof, to dry as ho claims, but
h0s neighbors say it is dono to let,
pnJoplo know he has raised a crop.
There will be ani all day sinaging
at Cross Roads chuiirchi, fo u r ile is
n orth of Easley, oni the Ii fthI Sun
day in September, he-ginniing at
10) o'clock, ii. mi. Ever'ybody is
jinvited( to comio andl bing all t heir
old( ''National Singers"' a ii "Plo
ron nial1 Son gs,"'11( and w11 Ii lld has
ketsi. Messrs. (G. W. Singletn J.
M~l. Looper anzd J . T1. ChIildr.ess 5 will
s.-o tilat voll have an clijoyald~e
En'ToH lOi'IINA Lt:
Di.:Aa Sini:-MlyselfC aml familyl
dePsiro to roturn'i ouri hiearitfelt
I hainks and( grnat it tul1o to <,iltr kindl
kindneiss and1( aittnit ion to uts dur I
inig my1 wvife's last anid faa iI iless.
[ ay t ho blossmugs (of Godt a (ttend
101m thriouighlifIith is out'r i vr.
T1ho Pickens C. HI. Allio neo will
moot Satu1rday, 21st inust anlt, at 8
to lbe present as1 11 noibns otfi mlpor'
I anic( will comoi uip for' 'onisidlera
tion1. J1. 'T. YoiuI.o;n, Soc.
'l'ho' P'ickens C1ounity All ianice
ig with iAlay nar'd AlIlianne. on
Wodnesdayui~ (Octobear 2d. at l() a.
im. Distriet, lreturer li' laki' and
perhi'us11 theri' speazkirs w ill be
Thei Counity Alia ~nc~ oft P'ickenis
couinty' wtil lhld its ntext. quariit'rly
2d, next. JouN C. WA'm:1.wN,
Sec. Third Dist. Alliance
Ainderson, S. C ., Se pl . 1.1, 1 S..
that th Tw' F~el y \l i le sining asso
ciiton~ wIill iiiiit wvit hi the \l cii
htnin (irov' ijiap't eis' rc I he o ift h
Let overyboly c'ome. (On neriiin I
of the huisv seasi >n i I In via r
ther'o wihllb hon dayO(li oily.
10. Al. o bi .
Thore will ho a ) piiw dr ill ait
Meant Carnmel chiurclb het w'..n thei
members~i' of the, Pickensu (GuardIs
tor Itho two companuly miodalIs. Th'le
Fer'guison meldall will go to the best
drilled man 111 ini theo mianual of uirmi s
and1( the socond( host1 will get. the
Parley medal. 'lTho public is c'or
(lially invitedl 'pPciilly (ho ladies.
Major C. WV. loweni, Capltain T)'. .
Mauldini and1 Captaini W. A. Ies
tor are0 invited to act 11s jdgos.
Th'lo (rill will c '~iiiommeco at 3 p. mi.
Ssharp. By ord(er ot
J. RI. LAniut, Capt.
W~ho wanits it'? A Cutmp solf
inkor', hand-leve ir, '7x I I job pross5.
Will dto good1 work. Make 11s an1
offri. Oigtiilly' cost. $50).
Tho loauding Cigaris, Graind lRe
puibl ic, Saboroso andi( Figaro,
Wilfiam Austin, in the afternoon. We
Fit went a quarter of a milo up to Mr.
v. Thomas' Store. Isano Bbutley said
jr to Jim lot us go down the road. le I
. had just got 25 cents worth of coffee <
This was betwoon four and five I
n- o clock. We mot Isaac Bentley. I I
P3 said to William Austin wier are
you going. Austin said, we are go- I
ing down to the mill to se"1e your1
r father; he has boon sitting up witla
rs ny wife. Bontley says 7God damain
lo the mill. H tho kicked Austin. j
ur He then pulled out his pistol and I
it, shot Austin who jell. Austin lhadi
said nor dono anything to him. I
tried to prevnt himl bit he jerkled t
away. After shot, I caught Bentley, 1
" and ho cursed me and sai(d to let him. t
19 loose. I turnied himl loose and lie
of went 111) lie road. Austin died inl a I
18 few minutiaes. 1Ie was shot inl or. A
aibout the center of the breast.
lie Cross examined by Mr. Calrecy. I s,
Ins had takeni three driniksit takes iltlt A
to twenty dlriiks to maiukO mo tlrunk. 1 1<
d 1 not think Ihat I swore 11 trial jus- I
tiet has it downi. Auistin took two o
or thireT dIrinks. Do inot kinow that v
t Bentley and brotler Jim did. Broth
er Walter lad a little whiskey at the )
sitAre. Every thing was friendly ad
- pleasait then. 1 and brother Jim V
hlad nao rueuis. Benitley did not take
'Jim ol to keep mIe and him from fa
having at fuss. It is a quarter from c
T homiaias' store to mill. About 150 k
yards from Mill to where we met. fl
Bentley kicked Alustin. Austin said p)
you maust not do that. Bentley then C
0drew his pistol. I do not know at
wlethear lie said "Bill Austin'," or 1
'"boys," I gral'bbed enttlv's lf t<
arm11. He was try\ingq to shokot Aulstinl.u
There was a knife layintg oin the F
g(ouni1d. I saiw it before W\illitim c
SAutin laind it. I ' deeased took it
from his pocmket 1 d ii inot not sea it. fl
e It was lying there elo.-ed, Jh-other n
Jim picke1d up kniife. If I tu not t<
e mistakien I told aboit kiife at inquest f(
and saw Austin's hlandls lie ladai no
knife ini them. ie did nout, get knife it
e out after Ie fell. Neither I nor iy\- b)
brother Jim told Mrs. Owens tha't
Y we were so drunk that we did nt 1
kinv walit, we were doing. 'Saw %ai
Sat-terfield. le did4 not give im1v any \
a sweet, milk to sober Imie up1), so I oil
go to tle ii(j'mA.. Did nlot say ill
presen e of Warren Gi0s,1, aow
d walk straight, we don't, waint pa to o
klii.w we are dirunk."
J. A. Hinton sworn: Am i b)oth.
er of M. F. Iinton. I got to still
h ouso atboit, oIt o'clock. BrhAller
0 Marioni, Mr. Robitison and otliers Ii
e were there. I am 22 years of age a
)s ad brother is 20 years of age 1 I:
dona't kniow who had the liquior.
i Whien I got to store I called for som< Ii
0110 to come to store, 1lariioni calight h1
hold of me a11 torae my shirt sleove
0 and I wCl t dowil to Mrs. OVens' to It
get it sewedt up. Bentley gave hier a
nickel. \We started to s Ioe. .\l e. l1
Alustina 11ad brot her. Austin Said t
Swhere arc you going. We tohal him. p
e Bentley said, where in the hell are t
-you goinig. Austin .said, '"to theo mill ba
f t se yor falther."' lit then kicked a
t Austin' two er three times. Austin A
6' said you muilst not do that, B~entley' o
th len puilled his pistol lad shot Aus
e tin. Austin fell to (lie r'ight lad 0
e' turn'ied otn his back. Knife was found ii
1to left of Austina toward his feet shut.
'As lie fell, he said Lordt have' merev''~.
I asked him if ho was hui't,. Marition.
took Bentley oft up t~he road a pie1ce,
and Bentlev left.
Cross-exained: Hadnt taken t~wo
Cdrinks. Was nt dr'unk. lBentlov'
ikiekeal Austin on the left hap, t wa o0r
ithree times. I picked thet kaifle upj
and carr'iied it taway, I don't know~
whose it was. it was closed. JE look'.
-. lke a knaife I saw Austin haivc; Bent
e)oy was ini two or three feet of Auas.
~titn when lie shtot. HeI got out hais'I
fpistol r'ight itow. D)id not tell Mrs.
Owents that we were all so tlaunk we
-' tdiid o ktnmv hiow it ocurrted. anuk
somoe sweet milk at home. Dida noat
"say there conies fatheri aind lie must I
naot kniow~ ave are drunak. No oine
helped us5 on our1 hiorses.
Re-dlirect: Auastiin did nor tried [to
-tdo anything to I itnton.,
I Walter H-intotn: Was at Potiter's I
t still. All thie boys took a draitnk. O
Nonue were drunk. Mar iion tore Jim's e
e' shirt. Did not hear' pistol shot. We
weie aill fariendlv.
Huhal~la O)wens: Live neaur bv. Saw~
Isaac anda Jim Hlinton. Nowed up ~
a .Jimi's sleeve. Sallie was there. Wh'len I
1they left we startedl out. Saw~ Isaac
kick somebody, then Itake cutL his pis~ t
tol anal shoot (lie man kicked.
Mrs. Owenas (ross examainaed: Did a
tnot swvear' at. ini iulest tht I was ita a
my )ar 1' ini my dhtoir. I: said it wvas e,
wonl have kept mea fromiti seeinag [lie e
diflhiculty. I stad Isaac belal .Jimt's
hteadl while I sewed uap htis sleeve'. e
J ust, after thie oteanrrencee I shiowed 1 i
severial where I wais sitadintg.
Re-direet: It was One (if the 1Hitonii Si
hoyvs who took 1hold( oif .\Ir. Betley --- I'
M r'ion 11Hintont. C
.Saillie ]Banks sworn: I1 was alt biomia
. till aiftern'ioon, then w~eint, t)o Mrs. Ow-.
I. (ens. Was1. thIere, when. Jim and tIi saae
camute to get sleevoe rew~ed tip. TLhtey '
s (lhen went, oil' up thle roadl. J1imo ai
I panted lo be, tight. Bentley dad nt
a aic, like lhe was tight. We' sitartd i
1 ail' antd htearud sotte talkinig. I loikd il
e btack uad saw~ Isaac letnilev kiek e
som te (one, theta lae pulled) on t liiis nis.
e tail and shot. No onte was alainug allay.
a' ing to haimt. datley vwet t r aal'p "i
.1 the r'oadl, atnd I iran tand toild Mr.t '
-Bentl1.ey. I theta weant to Auast in. lHe 4
y w ats hying on hiisback; wvas noa t dead.
,s I was thie first one thiete Whler'e we I
n~ were we could son shooting platin. 1 Il
.heard s'(ilo one say, "'Isaae, get a
C(ross-exained: I don't, hatvo any
-' idea hiow long befoi'e we loft hons, ~
ar howv far it was to the mill. Of ~
course155 I heard some~ Uo say,"Iaa
get awa." I didnt comoeret te"I ac,
~story, Mr'. Carey, (with toar's in lieu'
(1 <y'e). I have toldl you what I know. (
." ('ould no~t say howv far Austin wasf
'a fro~m Bentley whenu shot waIs fired. C
d Dr *J J. lsogn wr:
The court convened promptly
10 a.mn. JudgoW. C. Benot presidin
Solicitor Ansel and Stenograph
Aiken wero on hand. His Hon
charged the jury briefly as to its gc
eral duties and among other thin
'You will still be in office after y
aro discharged until your successc
ire appointed Tho interests of t
county are still in your hande. Yo
duties aro weighty and importai
and should not be performed porfu
torily. You havo two duties. 0
is special while in attendanco up
court, tho other is general, covorn
the %Nhole year. All the affairs
the county are under your superv
ion. The trial justices may not brii
everything to the atttontion "f t
court. If you know" of aniy violatio
of the law, yoi should bring theimi
the attenitioi of thle court It is y-0
dutv to do this. What i.; (verybodI
is nIobody's biusiIOSs. You cani. blil
things to the attenitioi of the coiu
ulder the se'reco the gIliii jiulr
made so far if y1ou pNkI* ritectct ioni.
Thie law i:j regard to the c)unii
su[pervisor impose so m1le niew duti,
oI you. lie is Iequir vcI to imkake .)
itemized report to 3'ou of Ihe expel
diturCs of IIe public imoney. I
connicet ion with this you should
re1t your alintion to thoe(. roais an
bridges. I. wait to say%3 to you til
it is ia pleasuire to Cross th ie le ini
Pickens c.otuicty and travel on your 0:
cellent riods. I tirust, yo ill pr,
serve tihe go4od reputation of yor
cmiily inl this lespect. Good roa(
I a r c1:ommenl11Ric1)dnitioni to anly coulIt
You havo lta elganit court hou'
but. I reg'ret that the jail is not i
fioeping with it. You should gni
this itittper yoir attention and re
immiiend to the proper atihority th
app)priation of ia suflicien t amou
to imake ia good coiifort able and sul
stalitill jail. It is in your provin<
io iumiike ally reconm)ilnlllations in r
gard to legislation that you mu
deem propr. Suich no doubt, wi
receive respectiful consideration.
Carrying concealed weapons is
great Iid growing evil. The law wi
amiuen'ded SO as to put this crime
the jurisdictioi of trial justices, ar
it, seeml1s to have been buried ther
The carrying of conecaled weapoi
is the fruitful source of 11mny gre
crimes. It causes neirly all the Ior
icides. Statistics show that we ha
imore than tell times (ir proportioi
number of unliwful killings. Th
is du to the pr act ice of carrying coi
cealed wcapios. The crime shoul
be pu1t inl the jurisdiotiol of the (Oe
eral Sessio lls, ad tlie ofll'eder pil
ishied according to the gravity of 1.1
criie. Yol Clini make such recol
iiceiitlation oinI Ole sub ect as you in)
Tou should carofully observe th1
Obligation ) ou have taken to presern
thle secrecy otf thle counsels of youa
self', your fellow juror and1( thait<
t he St ate. 'This obligationi does ut
eenlse with your ollice It is veryV ini
p or'tiiuit thalt this should be hosever
It. should no4t he r'eviel by anyv on
of Vour I n.unblecr. It muist nlev'er I:
lkno~wn how an~y anoe stood iii regar'
to thce Iininig of a1 true bill. Thm
is r'eiuiredc toc give that perfect fic
demii ol expreOssioni which sh01oldma
aleteiz/e the deliber'at ions of the jul
T1he couilrt thon proccoded to iI
trial of the (case agaiinst Joseph 11ei
th-ieks for crimuinail assa,'ulht. It o4cci
piie.d thle courlt for' incst of the da
'Tle verdiet was guiilty' with au r'eoi]
mueindatioin to th e ii orey of thce courl
Th'le necx t eas~e Cci(led was the or
againist Jack H ughces for house brean
ing and har'eny from thli house <
J1oichi lughles. PoCiilinig this hieaini
court adcjourued till Tiuesday mornin;
Agaii.i his lionor, Judge Boneo
eclled the attenction of t~he grand jurl
1.o thle gr'eat, iimportacO of a1 inew jali
lie sid the jail need not lie as coil
fortable as a hotel1, 0or very er
pensu1ive, but it should be coir
miodious, substantial and abocve al.
should be hecalilhful. Tho jail is ne
for punislunenet, buit for safely kee1
inmg pr'isoners. 1 trust you will so
your wvay clear to rOcommeni~hd thc
neree('(ssar'y apj propriation to build
good)1 jail foi P'eickes countty.
TJ~he solicitor annoncied~ that hi
had incthIing further tor tihe gran'
jury1. It wals iinstrucited' to repoi
whet her its prio~uis rciOnlunlenldatio:
hcuil 1hecen arried cout. If they wer
not, the (courit woul look into an,
sc'e whyc thIey' were not carr'iied 01ul
TIhe jury1 t hn eir IiPd to makel~ its S
inal p2 esenlt mmnt.
' Ihce' ocurPt thlen r'esu med thle hiem
ing of1 the ease aigainst Jack I~uighey
Judicge I ene it. 1nu14le a cla and14 en
hiaustiv''elicharge icn this cause coveini
cniirelyc~ the lawl inlv edl iln thle thirc
defensc' presented~(5(11.4 Iby ( . E. hlit
scin thle lttc~lcne for Jck Hu[ighe('
miilt that hei did n1ot1 do4 the crim<
'Thec recel wacs I len Iluledl to th
juryl' A\ fcr becing cout aI 1ha1f houri
retne ai 1 v411erd'icict cf "not. guliltyv."
TheI c casi agintst Isac Inntley wac
thccn taknci uip. Th'Ie jury weore 21
IIih. i lt i nip:~ ct theI cc prisonerl ani
hce dc'a21 1, W ilhioun A i in. Non1
wer nc ilat cl. Whenlcc sevenc had hec'
('chalcinge IbyI c hccdefendant, thlre
Ihv 11hc Stt .,11 an,11 one ctcid asidle fc
e';cusc, thei pccinc wasi~ xbcauscdc an1
only3 clcn ni jur " ri swornii. Thlcis Ibiloe
('c the14 (court till 1cc t he cclghes' jilr
rechdcl: ac colie't wh lieb it did II
abovec stted~c. -I bc lDent ly jiu'y thce
be(ing~c bompledtedl it c'lectc'ii A\'. I
Con G ravely, 11. .1,. Gilst'ahc, W. (
WVelbcornl, J. B3. E~llisonl, A. I. ( 'rai~
(5. M. Graveley, 1). (1. Th'Iompkins,
M . Mafculdin, J1. T1. AntIhony.
M. F. Hintoni sworn'i: Livo in Pic1
ens county. Knew descasuied an
know Isaac Bentley; was at Ponlder'
still house on that morning. Woe,
>assing down tho road just at timo
lifliculty occurred. Saw man lying in
lhe road inld crowd collected around
Iiml. 11e was dying; had piece of a
araicker in his mouth. Wolid was to
he left below tho right, nipple and
aniged downard. It caused his deat h.
)id not, see dlley. Thoiglit I lill.
oil boys werec. drinkiif.
Cross-exainie: Do not knaw thei
Ru1fus Thornsas sworni, Said: Bill
Lustini and Marionm Iinton camne ilito
Ie Store. Isaae aniid Jinm wNenit uip to
Ma1rds Albe Ianiks house anki cume
>ek, tlie they wetil down1 tle road
awar'ds the mill. We heard gun Jire
ud went down there and found Aus
Cross-examinl: Walter and Jlim
[intoll uere scllfltinlg; all friendly.
.ill thiriteen Years old.
Eliza 11,unt: Saw tle boxinig ainid
ulling near the store; heard Bill
ustin tell BeitleY to take Jim ilin.
)i oil. Hleard shot. Wenit down
iTre with Mrs. 'h'oniis; I l1ulat Ow
I wvas down ther'e. Thoutglht they
re pylavillg it th store.
Cross-exainined: Tlevy appeared to
0 seulillig. The killing was hu1lf
avN betweenl lluldat Owlens' and J.
,ilih W. ''lomlas swori: Was inl
o ft of1 nv gate when shootilg oc
re.1 heard C~hat Benle~ly hadl
illed Au-tini, anid .1 wvoit, on down
iclr. .1 saw no k nile Ihere. From
Aint shown Ime by Htilda Owens, one
>ild easily see wihat was g oing on
place, w here shooting took place.
adl a Conversation w ith one of Hinl.
m bovs. He was inin ler inlitence of
h1iskv. Heard talk lomi point where
ula1 Owens wIas tO Ihice of killing:
In hear verywell.
(ross examinmd: It was 632 fivt
m1 where Huhtilda Owens was to
here sho1oA4tilg wls. This witiess
stilied a1s t") Beitley's reptliation
Re-diriect: Heard of4 nte hav.
ig dilliCultV With Austini aitd otelIrs
Willitun .\ikenl Swvorn: SHaidl 1saale
entlly ttalm him (witness) 111A, he(
as going to shot liill .\ustin. This
as about 21st April.
CI X:11i1e : I d 'li nout. tel
us! ilk ablouti i . I hav iol oin
gaIuist the Bnih y'. They vwo't
li a1 warrtT1It for IM, allmil 1n Yom-t
leg). l t.ntlev aske I me il I hadI seen
mst ii tld Ohwn Sh111 w% hut lie wais
'1111.r it) 4141
dinne1WS Ilintonl sr., \wVr : Was -.t
0111V when s!ioti ngll. O 1*r!(d. Was
t a-I ll hon41lse. Saw lienth-y~ !o.id1 hi
Cr.oss exa ine(d I Ie:Ir.d a i-ol
re I wice. TnIis w: behsre k saw
tin load it,
Gv I1 rhvanh4, swori: Never.
enil Jenley ake aily thit s.
Jl'ne- A i ken, swor,: Wa-s living im
i4 1 lnit downHIM. there. ais pll
1i 1 1 d (. it m' ist Ientey.-. K Iocked
rl aihile, 1m111 CIlly II caE I oCi
Il .-in'iei reol di . lie said41in h killedI
ustini. Tia Au(sto drew~ hiis iie
C'ross-e(xainiied : 1t wais about S
elock. lie toldl meI to ge, l. awy
om the udoor,
MrI s. 1"izabe nthI Owens: BQeitley
my1 soni-in1-htw,\ I liand a eenve1r--I
tionl with Jli HI-nton. lie t41h1
ie lhe was so drunk that 1 hu. (.1bl
ol tell ineC how~ it (4cconl C I.
Cross exain~ied , Ih na. [>t see the
Iintons151 e:ne1 -to iny hou(seiS. TheyC
*eie walkingj airoun111l.
J1. M. Bentiley : Isiaae llenutley i
1y son1. Had1( conver4saion1 wtith .\l -
>coni uiet both of ( t hemt. 11.'
irt her' saitl Istue lIen'th y hadt a goodl
auaic himvnig tlas-es. 11:ad a Ius~s with:
II's sitting 111 with hlis wife. I dlid
)t know4 I th~ere wasH anlylhing paritie.
ari he't wlein Isaae anid Uli,
At t his stage thle presenint 11(11l
C gand~ .irly cameIL iltand his 11(on
C' adi hui epiie in the
lit to' c.aeb~ 1111Iia tice.
l~Mrs. ]Uecutley: .Am1 yoaung~er hia
y hh1u11inun. Wa's Ie::eiit at eeni
irsationl whlen Jium 11 inton1 said they
('rC all so drunk they did1 not know
>w it occurired.
lross-l-exatniIe: 'The'y talked lik
ey hadl been drlinkinig.
Mr's. J1. M. lUentley : IHll coniver
I1441n with lIncidah Owens. Wi t
s.e contrI.ltdicd Mrs. t).hin as 10
l1l II ieptalol as u l n h
Cross-.extnained: Illia heard4 sov
'al raytheyl(' har of1 4 hi. having! (4ne'
>(41 allIer k illing Th li IiIntoni Ier.
('It 1)1(th3e ll. ?aI hlli 'r) e ()d'C
I ngis whn hie is a li' le 1ligh.
Iilto drOWik Iueri muk11O. IV .
ilhe -.weet lIItik. hee ne ii'4 . in1 ' a~s
wVl oii aore-. ",(ver ayitw li!a|:
Leaird llIl-iah ().4ens. ,;y i-he .t ep
('d 0111, of' her21 door i44 th44 \4ard
l heharl a fiss lup :iiI 4oa a. 04d :-aw
Cros.5.exained:I N-tmr sa w pon
therad Mr's. ( wensa- . ai 1.he4 was
h~ven~s saidI shde was 5tanihlll s f>
'et, A person4i stan1Iling in4 thei 3:ard
onhd not have seenl dIiflliuty.
Oleos..exoni ned : Thle groundl w41as
measured just a tow days ago. Meas
nred through the bushes tho placo of
the body 132 f'et. Could easily hear
talk of voico naised little. Can hear
easier inl coutry wiou condition of
atmospliere is good. We talked bao
J imn Owens: Was at. mcensurinents.
Sineo hlling part of yard has been;
ploulglhed up. Person in yard could
not hiavo Scon Shoottng. (Court sug
gested that this was admitted by Mrs.
Owens and did not think it was nec
essary.) If Isaac Bentley miade any
threat, at little intioned I could
have Iearid it.
Cross- examined: I thireat was
tiimide, I did not hear it. Cannot
swear threat was not inade. I am
latherinslaw of' Isaac Bentli.
WV. J. Ponder: Knew delendtanit's (
replitatioll or pe11ce and order. It e
ross examilned: Itcanid of' his
iavini hg dilictulty with Austin , liard
Ihlis sInce killing-'.
N. K. Smith: Know deflen(Intl'
reputat ion for peace and order in thei
t'n tl44 i t1:4 K it is good.
(' i O 'S-'.x: licard of tiho fuss at
the corn! sliiekinmig. Sone of them
sal ldent iev was ill 1 rusCUs
o'e-diret : Few get oil without. a
F''rank Iloleut1be: Know his r-p
uitation); it is good.
Cross-Ex: Never i heard of his ha.v
ing :lly u e,
Isaac Bentley sworln: We wyere all
dhu re at the stillhouse, target shoot
ing. About dinner!1 time0 we went 1o0
t :-tole 10 gtet sn4e oy ste a1114d
eri:-kers. Oa the way, till A ustiniI
Said. "It is Illy trtill." I declined to
drink1 . Jiln 1111 l lanon got inl .1
tjiirr,1. 1 Stopped '4hle eween thom,
took .a\lon (11, one way. intl then
nv( lit back alid got Jim and car'ric.,
him d[(.%own to Mrs. Owens' will got
liir to scw tip his sleeve. Toen Ji,
inisteri oni going- back. We starte -
1141 met lill AIst in al Marion Hill
toco1. Austin saidl. "\\'here inl the(
nell tae you go ingI I :ol him we
were gon ig to the stor(. IHe Said V(
WerO not, n t 8lteppd ill lin01t, ()I
MO,. I toldl hi'l no0t to d10 tilit. Ile
je ll d (oit his kifikI' ain! said lie was
L_ 41ir to. (Y (I u t1. inle. Ilie was nea,
0t1u1i"Irgh to) pill his inmul oil mie; then
I ilsho him inbeanist. I thou-lght. hie wt.
mgoin to kilI l in . I wenti 1rm1 he
to my N hllmu, waIs arrestced by di111
Ailonl abou1)11 11 (1'lueli. W e h'ad al',
be(nt'I tieni. ly aNll day: ! 101 11o ) la- i
iCt a4 ug.I ist Auo t in anl nev r had. U
('ro-s IA: \1s leve r arresltd he,
r11:1 10 pistol before whln had fl'us
w1 Austlin.* I then gave pistol to
l' dI; iwards, I bd takenl i t ew drinks; I
was 14 a4 dinuk 41s the rest. I did
nit t lkick Aust in. ILe cu I ssel I1e
wh<n w it We irst linet. 1 do not know
Why Ie t( . I CeuSe.4 041SOm too; I
thllow lie pracltice of chissing. Ais.
li Said I have beeln thre'atenling to
dlo toll tipl and I1 1 11141 goilig to
do it, al 'ithe ounic tiine drming his
kilie. Waltter, Jim ainid Marion 111
to') su.w knucks1( dra2wn4.
I b't'i h- -eclo8Ced ait 5::0 p. mn.
J.W. Thomas:1;i AL the tilne there'i
(Cross texainzined: llo not th'ink
JiIl1inton( recalled: I)onied the
kiiucks epiisode alit the dr'awinlg oIf
thle koit.e by A ulstinl.
'ro s8s xan ined2: Isaac id ( cote
on let us go dlowni the r oad, anld said
.\l ii hlimtonl: Den'ied giv'irng
(Cros-te.Namiied : ThereIt was1 44(2
hoing44 that day1. 1)4Dal a pair' of
knuits bu8t diisoli d IoSCf athem befor an
LfOiie ki~.ii~ ill 'wapped k\nus th t3
Owe'sboy CtAte iiriwhich A1
441or4t IadjIIurned~h till :3 Wednesdayi4
Aye Jrn's Hnyar forig.o5
1.o I're Cnne (ods il'
A 11orri's -
montii h to buy) 4 h40a n eg
-for )44 4: e h . 4 t W0 :4. '3 (sep )' 0 1
AS'441I 'hiN'h YOU 4(4i41144 TH i W
yerI. ~'4s4'Hitir VI).igor0
Dr.i. . AER Co, OWEL TMS
pOOOOO HOO AOOOIRO
vig1) orI, as') Ione)4ii11) )444) of114he4b4st prpaa ions i
for tg heey hair whe '.I bega4 s~i g At y14 er'i 's !.
h i r it. r I 4 !!(i'he:WI f ro t' i:tuf 4ny ea 041244
oft olyt twoir b ote resto14 ire ' Iturl 4 4 4
yout. II F ri ed1 11 sevra ter 1b' drsi. s
The story is in a nutshell.
)ut Sale in September, we put:
immer Good are selling-wlc
ionths of service.
Full Line of the Celebr
eceived, at ,Old Prices.
UW AH I Ladies' Oxfords w
should contain a high pe
insure the largest yield and
of the soil.
Write for our " Farmers' Guide,
is brim full of useful information for i
vill make and save you money. At
The re tillining s k o S n-.nner I ;I .4 1
"04 It vtnill 44Vil pick!
>'l k :111 your" ('wn in -ice s
ofid, Laawnis I.:-'!nd :nl imbroilh-ril
Ilo-iery anlui( Ca-siIinires
MaIling amil apl
21 vareli 7 cen! Sea Islaiul -'
12 yartis 1) ceni be4c:14-hing. -I
11) yards IF5 cet W hitt k ( 1
Winlowlm shadles 15 cents III
( 'orliev l'oes 20 cels IIn
A nd iots3 of other11 ,. brgins.
MCAtLISTER & BEATTIE.
:1ml ni 65 Main St~tie., GIreenville, S. 1'
i'WENTYV ENERUETIU MI.N To
:ell Sew ing' Machines t~ ni ?L1 Solb Caro
nUm. We'u want to swap 1'ianios, Ir
aII! or Seing Ma~chinecs for Twenit y
B)O J ll()RoSE~S to work to Sewiing
~LEXANDER BROS.& CO.
Ill W~ashinigtont Siree4,
*G GilmNVlLL!', S. C.
Somielitne ago I was Itroihied w'ithI aii
iaek of rheciimaztjim. I il-Ill ( 1'laniher
tredl. I haive sinte a(h-i~sed 11mny o (f myl
I(*nd.s anuld ensiomers 11o try t hie reitnedy
141 all spea1k highly of it. SIMsON (1(1.1>
A UIIM; San Luiis Ite'y, (Ci I. i<'or 1a 4e i
lir. (1. W- IEarl, l'ickenis ; UI. N. Wy-i
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY!
In the4 last I1innth I hnIen~ 244du4144 SI?. l.1iing (Il4.,ax
iihl washerBs414. I never( 41nw anyth111ig t.ke like
mur dishes44, 41ienn andt dry thetnin14 44n44 rinnte.1
they y li414 light nwa4y. A 44yU1ne. (car, 14nnk4 $4, 44
day, a ighti 44t ha41n4 44n444. 1I44 h ve not canvassed.444, 444
an4X ionsi at-e th 14'P4'44.1n fur tie (Othnax they7 44end
for t1h4ns. wr'ite In. the4 eiinu x M4 14g. lo., (:oluna,.
thls, 1)hi.., anid ihoy w ill 444nd4 you4 ciretu ra 4. 1t
44M 4'4444 senlig Wulint 4everi4Ily WIInIto 14, hu4y. I
will~ open'i h1is books for COleeion o!
li at, l'1ckers, (C. if. :>nl the I 5thi
if October, 1s95, whenO Ih Ilolb1w
Siale las.... ... .. .. miills.
fliilro,14 taX...I "'
behlool I ax.........."
'Total..... . ......17 4'
All able0 bheld menC~ het weenC 21
ii 50 caIrs of ago arco liable to P~oll
A specm 2 mnills schioo1l ax will
m0 <ollctIed fr'oIm p)Ioperity hoh1lrs in
layton and1( Maynarid aa -11 m iils in
'nly schiool districts.
I will be im miy ollice uinb Di1ecem
)(er 31, 1 895), ait w'.ich t.imoi 11 bc ooksF
J1. T1. YOUANGBLOOD.,
II)stead of having a Closing
eptember prices on now wher
n t1cr( are yet two or three
ated Bay Stade Shoes just
ill be closed ouLt r<wmidless of
G A I RISON.
e Fall Crops I
rceitage of Potash to
a pi-rm1anenit enrichmlent
" ; 1.2-p.:' illit ate b11 1k. It
erniera i ti l he .t. t be ee, a:d
.A1.1 W -1 : -, . ! - ill u ", . . a .
O, YES! O, YES!
A ll j11 ' 1 i ll -, i ii. I'i'si i .' 4 ;If. ill ti'll
It\ ill-4 i t % ';t 1 ; I 4l ,i tl. ll.11 fA4'4 you
I Ilai .:- l Ia r Ih a -\ III . Itts 14 n
I - l r tels I ; \ I - -;l.aIuI hi IlI.'
Ti - -i i;: h1m0. HARR. -'1
( ila l a11'1 , ; \V ti;111 l i l4. . t i N . 'ia
a;e :i.iaa tal . I it t I ai a tili t;I t li t.
* aalaf' s' a~ ' ;tt i fi i sti sct it i l uit li ll-t
ni. lt a. s ;tt :... h ap. - enA : l t .'\ it4 o'siat~
al' '. '.ii-. tt\ lit i tt .\ il I taattt.It i Vi ta' i'. l it}} IH'r
b. k~tla ala, I ra at : sal4-1111
et ~ ~ ~ ~ 111141 ("~ lb , :l I s l~ l .1-4 -.l'i' . -I v pr ii
;or :1es Beesax, T111 4alw
.I. t e l l i 1 it Its 1*4 .\ l i l:
11.n1 n Iwl -r th g lato 1 30.44M 'in- p l-ag.
Noie ato rspa srhS.
T. 0. HARRIS.
t. :-1'ieke s, '. C.
' il \ vn 4)f 11h1 vitizvnls 44 Ilin villek,
1114h.111: :11,4 neverl w\ithouilta boitle of
('h1:411i1-11ain's I .' llg 10.en14-4ly inl Itha
inerchat of the piare. 'i'his- R Inedy
ha rv fs n-h vl'o frehs
. Wat ti V t r ; a ll . Slaioa , T ('.,
FTaor ill; lyte on lking 1herl;
i~ t 'ctto, Mu al. idcmadS a rea
For putidea se ensaxn Teal ow
Te tone1 then systea ditio, cupper
Kiss o f Ietnt , e hospaStion, 1cet
kaid' , srdfand dStro ii:y riioinr
Cowa er &o ooledrgt,
lui lain Stre t, ( navile, . ('