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PICKENS SENTINEL.
LOCAL NA-01f
'-Cotton 71 @ 8.
--Winter has made Its debut.
-Come to Pickens to buy your goods.
-Come to Pickens to spend your money.
-The merchants expect a big trade this
fall.
-Yellow fever is subsiding at Bruns
witk.
-The school at this place Is steadily in
creasin'g.
.-et off of your head and read blcFall's
ad. straight.
-Please wait on us awhile for that rail
road news.
-The State Fair will opcn in Columbia
next Monday.
--Mr. M. T. Smith, of Liberty, was in
town Tuesday.
-The United States Senate will pass the
repeal bill this week.
U-W. . Bramlett's is the place to go to
get your falligoods cheap.
-Preaching in the Methodist church
next Sunday iy the pastor.
-Next Monday is;saleday. Several tracts
of valuable land to be sold.
-Job work of all kinds executed with
neatness and dispatch at this ollice.
--M. F. Hester and E. F. Looper went
to see .J. Perry Looper last Monday.
-8. W. O'Dell opened school at the
Wolf Creek school house last Mon:ay.
-Mrs. F. M. Fart' was very painfully
burned on the hand and face last week.
-Mrs. Atna Turner, of Greenville coun
ty, visited her brother T. D. Harris laA
week.
-It is said that Mrs. Sarah Alexander,
on Eastatoe will make 1,;)Uo bushels of
corn this year.
-Tie County Commissioners should look
after vme bridges on the road fron here t6
Pumpkintown.
-The minutes of the Twelve Mile River
Association will be ready for distribution
from this office next Monday.
-Disn't forget to patronize the livery
stable when you come to town. They will
give you good horses and buggies and feed
high.
-Miss Ola 11ollingswortlI returned hoine
last Sunday after an absence of several
monthls on a visit to the summer resorts of
the North.
-J. Minis Sullivan was convicted of
murder it Anlerson last Satirdtiv for the
killi (of 11. G. Oilreath in Greeiville in
Jite 18 2.
-Mrs. J. t Birdine lost a silk veil at
th( Union m11e-tini: at Oolniov last S1u11nay.
Anyone finldin' it will ploase'leave it at I).
F. Sutherland's store.
--The cotton crop inl this part. of the
wortld h1as illlut all hieln thljcIeed an4 Il(
most of it sohl. The c, irnt crop, is vt ry tinte
anld is now being g:.thered.
-M:ari-d on the Isti inst.. Joe Biazeale
anrid Miss Miartha lihIson. W. 13. Allgood,
Esq., N,,tary Piblic, i'rformed thu cere
mtiony ill his itual gracef-I syle.
--Tihere was a very g.id crow,vd of appli
caits before the v.,1ty) loard of exalminers,
fcor tvicher's certilicales list Friday and
4 S.Alturday. 'I'he rusult will hot be known
for some time vet.
--B vlis Farr, a well to (1- and h1"Ahly,
re.spec4t ed cit izen cf ithe Sahi: sei~ ction . d iedn
ccn the 25 th ofci Octobeh'r, IlJe was about (N
years5 14 1(bl . an ,:4 horic'l t he dlay follo wingI
at lBereat, ini Greenville co untiy.
-A tele'2rami to Mir. .I('re Looer last
Mncidaiy conitinied thle inttel itnece that his
so-. J1 Perry 1,'c per. has I been daun?erons
f1'- slit at ilmversville, Gai. Nothing of
fie pari culars couhllc be le'arneid.
--Deput y M\arshlcls J1olin l iing and Ren..
jaini Fisheicr, of ' Pickens. S. ('., wer'e here
this week, loo' kineg fori otne, l'oell, who is
wanted in thir State fo r v i(ihiiing the rev
euue laws. --hirevard (N. C.) I lustler.
--Married at the. reside'nce' of thle bride's
pa rents Mr and Mirs. Z. TF. .1.ow-is, nearn
F'iebct, on then '2th iit. , i. JIohin Freem'ian
mai Miss Kacnie .1 oes. ln-v. D). (. Friec
imaii performiiedl the mnariaige c'eremioi y.
- The l'hecut ive' ( Cmmiit tee of( ble T welve
M,jle River A ssc'iation is retrliesti to i mee'ct
at my ouliee next Monday at :1 c'clck p. mi.
to transact bus iness of impilort anoce.
II. 0. Ilow.x, (Chairmian.
- Deputy Marshal Rloark carr ied Michieal
Mortomn to (Chaleston last Friday~ be(foreC
Juidtre Similonton focr senitcet focr violati.in
ocf thle r'~eenue hiaws. Ilie wais senitece,l to
serive, fccuri months in th.e jail here and1( pay~
$'4 101 lIne.
-Carter Illarson, mayor' of Chicago,
was assassinacted. in hiis -hoe la4t Sat ur
hig:~ Hec was5 tive' timesI maiuyor of thatI city,
>nice a (Congressmni'.cunly Commnissiconi
1r, editor. cap'italist andl authorin.T'he mian
w'ho didl the killing was an ex-policemaii.
-Married at the resid enece of the oc)ieIiat
iig cillr Erniest ( . W~till iams and cl iss
,cnra llampiley. Ia t. lceid , Not ary l'nb!ic'.
ierformied the ce'remoniy. We' ex tendi
iearty congratubitio ns to the newly marriccd
'oiple and14 wishn for t,heiin a lccng, lhpy
tad prtosper''(its lifec.
4IUnitoni Met ig.
TUhe Union Mcec'tiing& of thle first division
>f the Twvelve M1ile' liver(' Assoccciticoi onci.
?enedl with the ( ciiOen' churiichiI lastc riy,
)ctobier 27th,Ii and 'cnitnuedc'c forc the dioi ays.
l'Ii'he inrodcitory sermm c as prea li''checd'hy
11ev. .1. T1. lBardin. l) Iclegates frncineit.
::huirchies were prnesent.
T1he first query: 'Toi what, 'xten'it is a
church responsible for1 thle am.or:is of thei,
community ini whlich it is loc-atd ?"1 'Wa~ s
fully discussed and( was answereid that liw
chi uch is responcsibile to thle extentt that.~ if
$.fails to live up to her (lity mnd keep
ier member:s in subjection.
The services cof the second dany wias opcn.
3d biy a half hours devotional exer'cises.
The second ciniery :'Is"lae ee a gr'owinii
ndiffe'renc(e in this age amontrg thle pe'ople.
ni atteiiding church, if scc, w~haut a--e the
-aus?" Wais ne.xt tiikeni upj and1 ni' swer
d no wil-out, discuii'sionci.
"D'Io we need a M is.sicnmyr in ourii 'inds,
so, howy shioubl he hie pid ?" '' as next
iscussed fully. Muchl gicod was the result
f the dliscussion cof thIisi subiject and it was
nsweredl that, we didl neecd a Alissiconary
id that be shiouhll be paiid by the ''hunches.
The focllowing iresohuiiions was adol ptedc:
liesol vedl, ''That it is Ithe sense of the.
-st Union district that, tIhe tormaition cf a
wi ass'ociationi by ti (h clree ccmp1 - s
g it is desirable, and we re<pl.c
.e clhurche's to cconisidrc' thei: n.erie.
yvke act,iun and reporIt. to the nieetjing (of the
nlon , when if a salleient inumber'i agrnee
it, t hey will, thri'nighi their d elega:ites,
- -best a disimisal fromai the Twelve Mijl'
yern Assoceiationi aiid formn a niew onei."'
Riesoilved, 'That thie dichmees lhe r''cpi''s
I to say how mnih money thicy wd'cl give
pe'r iresoltin at the A ssoo'int in forci
ssion woik in this Association and( tor'
..rd the. same to) the Iliardl at onice."'
On imotlin it was agreedl thle next mieet
i of the Uionii ('camenice on Saitunday
f ore the Ah Sundaby ini i cemenlcr at Ila
:lock ancd thait 4)n Sundaly miorninig at 9i
'lock we hive a Siundcay Schoocl iima'*
'etinig of all the Sitndlay Schioo ls in thi
14on dlistrict.
and listened to an exce.lent Mission ser.
111011 by Rev. J. E. Foster, after which at
good Collectioi for pa4 hidebteduess jwas
taken. The UUion then adjourned.
Second Districit.
The Unioni meeting of tile second dilvi.
ion was held with Golden's Creek church,
the ii.troductory seenon being preneche<d by.
Rev. W. C. Seaborn. The neeting was
organized by electing iiev. T. F. Nelson
Moderatot and A. It. Riiggins Clerk. Sev
eral queries were discussed and much in
terest manifested.
On Saturlay a Stinday School iass
lieeting was held and soine interesting aid
(iresses miale. Rev. W. (. Mabuldiin
preached at 11 o'clock after which .a col.
lection amnounting to $2.55 wis taken for
past indebtedness. Fine music was fur
llished by Prof. .J. C. Garrett.
The next ineetiig of this division will be
held with Sha(ly GIr.)ye clirch on Satur<lay
before the fifth Sundiay in I)cember at 10
o'clock. Rlev. Frank Murphree will preaeli
tle introdc*eory se rmoi and IRev. T. F.
Nelson the MiSSioialr3 sernon.
Denthl of an Emiuent Negro orator.
CIAio' Tic, N. C., ()ct. 25.-A sp,cial
from Salisbury, N. C., to the Charlotte I
Observer tells of tie du.atl of jjev. J. C.
1'rice, 1). D., the ellileit. Southiiern negro
orator aiid Presi<hent of Liviigstone College
at Salisbuirv. I)r. I'rice was not (lite forty
Vears old. Ile was not at all the Fed Doug
lass type of negro, an<d realized that the
Soitlierii white man was the iegro's friemi<.
Ilis relations with prominent Southern
while imnii were most cor<dial. Or. 'rice
was notel for his cloqut-ice. lie was
black, a thorough negro. lie was inl Imaly
lesprets a remarkable nan.
lie was appointed by P"resident Cleve
land during hiis first terni as Minister to
Liberia, but tdeclined, preferring to devote .
his ener-gies to the adlvancemuent of the
you1th (if his race. 1He ha<l preaclied by
inVitation in both I lenry Ward l1weelier s
autd Spurgeon's cluirchls.-The State.
(Cotton EI:myer.
Th'lia iinlesi-lit-1 will pay thie higliest
cash prices ft r ('ott<Ei aid Cottonl SEiet
deliverekI it (ilhoul, S. C.
1tvSpecliflily,
4t A. .1. Bomis.
"'Mrs-. Whislow's -Soollimg Syrup for
ibirm Tethting'" softens the guiils, re
<lvies ill ,:alli:ation , allys pain anid Cures
winl olic. 2.1c. i bot tie.
For. Sale or Rent.
My Saw mill, Grist mill antl Cotton gin,
(I Town Cieek, ncar l'icke-. C. 11., for
18941. J. E. ILAuoo),
nlov. 2--4t.
The exervises of this iv.-titut:i are expected
to voillinletwe mn illhe ir-t .\41ndi-tv of Owtobjir
1D03. ani-I vowitle for ten whii, nonthIS'
n%ith an int-rvenjin_ vit.-:mi-.m. Theik f.llomima:
rates of tu itimi have bi kitti. .1 by the Tru.
P'i-nii ry I'hi-s-- Ii.tlb 'in lrs Ei liglish . -0
hiatermll liste tla.s ite-.:inne-s in
A rithinmt-iv. tiv ewritaii . imrll ..... . 1.50
.\dvanveo Ct 'b l inla ylkabove hliitichs. . :.n
Ehit15, inl Iitini. G;ree,-k or .\1elii. A .... L.f>1
C'ontinvcnt ft4 25 Ints -r 4vii -iiiv .
AI % w witur ilhe choii a; pupils, N\ill hie re
Spinsible fol t1uitioll flom timlIv of viltralli.t. un33
til il lo o l the ive intithiN ti-rin, uinless there
he a pi iv;tt(- vconrat with the tem-her.
Ti iS init-lite 41d it) lbe an1 En1g91lLh and141 Ct'a i
V.l SI'hool. and k- it ik h1011d thitt thef i!lIlVVlmVth
of it hI#a111hful I l ii tte. it inlorll fund fiuiet com-l.
stu ti trttnit iii tiideratt rt (i f balildadt u141 t1lilioln
will jittruct to the school at l0ib r al troillie..
J WIHANILON. Prinvioml.
NOtiCe to Debltir.- aiu.l Cred
i it(p I.
All tersons having dEiin:sliuist thie
estatc Eif LuviCey tllnricks,tl-ecl, will
I resent~ thm ealyprvr,t temae
-iil t FIithl, S . C., on1 Elir beEfore thle 251h
thoise ie.dIeLtel osai. estate wi.l.l-mke pa~y
mendt on (IoEr by IVsaitt 411-tt
XMice.
We wiVll meet thle Connli v Coin1IS
sitlners of G reenille c. nnlty at. the
Ilagood rid Ifge acro11 s! Saludioa iier,
for the I-upos o I ICLf le-ttn ilu 1 e rebuliild
ing the 1:une4 tin the-4thl day~ of NIo
vemb11 -r 1')3 aiit. 1 1 o'cloc-k a. m.- A lso
at :3 Ehil ek p. m. s:une~ day I will be at
for tiE- purpol se (If lttng the re.buihil
in of thie sidl bridge to the lowIest
b iddo er. 'ThIe4 sues-sfla i bi< r wIill1
be1( reuired IL to ex cutIe a bond11. t.oI lie
Cit 13t1 y Conunlisioners1Qp wit h I wE gooLd
Meelnreties( inl dule the amlounit of.
Itight reserved to reject any~ or all
bids. EJitwr E. Pa .:iv,('.('. P..
The Oroat English Remody.
Promptly antd pormanent.
1y ctnre, all foratO NerL'ous
Wleaklawss, Ermis, ons, Sperm-1i
atorrhea0. 1Im;>Otency' and all
Uenpre-scrit.rd over 85
yersit thouisandsi of caseCs
KN rI tO,oly1 JCcha ble a nid Jlon'.
est .D!edie-(no knteu. Ask
drtinist for WVoons's Prtosi.
fftfrgs gg p, rolliE; If ho oftetra Comno
.Ikfre ndAfer.worthless mietditino in pla~co
of tis, leave his dishtonest Iatoro, inclose- prh-o in
letter, and wo wilt send bty return naiL. l'ree, ono
Paam plot in plain sonte-d en1veto m 2 stamp Is.
Adldress TE W~lOn i) EMtICA l 00.
131 Wood ward avenue, D>otroit. Mue's.
SoMd in P'c-kens and tv3ry wheie by
ill irespons b.e Druggist-.
Caveats. and Trade-M arks obtaiined, and all Pat.
ent busiuness condu,ctedi for MAODER ATE FE ES.
I OuR OrrIE is OPPOSITE LI. S. PATENT O.rrict
Santi we can seure pten-tt in less time thlan those e
remote from washgtonLtl.
ISend modet, drauwinig or photo., with deterip- #
tlin. Wc adise, if patentable or not, free of *
charge. Our fce not deLI ti patenti is secured..
A PAMPHL.ET, "Itow to Ohtnin Patents,'' with
cost of same in the U.S. and foreign countries,
senlt free. Addtress,
C.A.SNOW&O.
OPP. PATENT 0Orie, WASHINGTON, C
VALUABLE PREMUM3
-G IV IN \ w. Y-I
Ropp's Calculator
At vilubl niooi i(Ik fEr aI lrtner andt liuineti135
.\tIll.
T l V s G 1 Y A T Vs U A -l N D P
4r;err to every YeaIrly wheIber I- Irl Elof
-ABMOLTELY,, pg~L!
The wIE-ekly' Ness andtt <'ou rier, Iyeair
i 11t remtIiuno . .. .
IThe we EkI i.N'ly tl 13 rr E nItit
I withoullt Prennonii..............s
pON,
May take place In 11razil;
PANICS
May Occur III Australia;
WAA T OF CONF'IDENCE
May exl4t ill the Uui.ted States;
DEMONITIZATION Of 'SILVER
May be the orter of the day in Inlia;
BUT ALL OF THESE
A re less Irteresting to the J1 ivilutal tht! personial appearan . ou lose hilf of yourr earthly
#1 1l pinems ifr your C'lotheiis doilt lit you. I t h ou1r busim-sb~ to dtre.ss you b ecomain gly. If ltirge ex
erleince, jolenty of goods tit lowest prices will tio it (mid it will), you'll coume to u.
SMITH & BRISTOW,
Greenville, S. C.
Where is the Place for
irstClass CLOTHING?
And Where is the Place you will Buy
FIRST-CLASS CLOP HING
FOR LESS PRICE THAN YOU CAN .UUY COMMON GOODS?
TIZI% I EANY TO NOLVE,
HE PLACE IS KNOWN TO EVERYBODY,
Lead lng anid Wide-awvake Clothtier,
L. ROTHSCHII
<-I?IIE"AIET LL,N. l.
Km iIe willV give yIoIoe goodIs and( better good1s
'or a dlollar thana you will get elsewhere for $1.25.
\McFALL'S.ALMANACK
-FO R
And Now we Have it Right
Side Up I
AhDSUROUNED 1Y NE LO
OF NEW- 1WNTR E
STYLES.
Ilrau,1)eses Tbes ies Cars afs
Truns, lock, Soves Wahstads,Satcels Valses
N)SRII)U J AS. H. CALSF N LOPet.
SPA RIANBR. CePs. .-Ilc
HAGOOI
W. M. H
Mr. H-agood is in New York n
limes" he will use more diligec
ple are obliged to have. Special
and Hats.
We are daily receiving outr stoc
Shoes on the market. We buy t]
a known fact that our Shoes are t
We expect every man who owe
ing or delaying. We need it, we
The man who don't appreciate th
stomach. As necessity requires
ways.
We are going to buy cotton as
up country. Get our prices on 13
Drugs,
Tobaccoc.
ebtPla.ce in t e Ci
CARPENTL
MANSION HOUSE
$25.
"* GO0I
twvice that to pr
HAMLIN A;4MASON & IIA
New Low
Stoo Costing but Little
t ,he vnlue am
P" ~tPianos C'
Carriages, Buggie
SPECIAL
TO CASH B
YWe offer at !tEDUCGEI) P'IlCES,
Carringyes, 1hiqyic
COMtE, EX AM3I N
The Greenville 4
H. C. MI
(. w. SanIItI :, S..pe..Iu..4,
AN OLD
NBEW GOI)S IN
I amv op)enli ng fresh
lly my friends wvith S
F'lou r, Miolasses anid I
anyone, (at I )r. I I
Stand).
4;RWl pay the to
C.otton.
T.N. HU
Liberty,
iMlOiLE :-:
That Man Hasn't Come
TO BUY 1
Anl conseriently we( have Pot g
So) we ask those f riends w horn we
GOODS 01
To) comi up n )IowV and( trust us witi
Gohl, Rusty Silver or Greenbacks
We still have some goods. to se
cheap for C.ashi or Barter.
J. T. LBE
T hose who owe Lewis & M<
year 18<1 must come up and setti
f, S. C.
rade. On account of "Hard
argains in the things our peo
ion of Dress Goods, Clothing
We don't buy the cheapest
as others sell shodies. It is
ck. This is no time for flicker
want it out of your first cotton.
has no heart in him, he is all
on in plainer and more pointed
ke this the best market in thc
IUCE & CO.
OD & Co.
SLOAN BROS
Will give each and every customer e
Silver Dollar
ko any amonnt., for 45 and 55 cents,
x1so tirteen two cent stawps for one
!ent, and a quarter.
Dollars and Stamps
varranted good. They give also full
'alue for your money in tie best
rugs, Seeds and Paints, Window
1inss and Puttv.
See the "sell ?"
SLOAN BROS.
13 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
The Fun Is Here!
While it is going oni you ma
ounti1 on1 me in the Ring.
Always willing to do thie best pos
ile for my customiers. Come and'(
eo.
Just Receive<d:
A fine lot of full Cream Cheese.
All kinds of plain e'nd fancy crack:
-rs the vWy besi~t Frank E. Blocke
>randl: and amn rceiv'ing all kmnds o
reshi canneld goods.
Conmc and see
A. M. MORHRIS,~
Thiie ril ri iild has nt yet 4i'co Pl( e ri,
14ken Ltis k in speak tfig d istaii-e of thle. raurOrnd
If you nre in Easley or P'ikenus and wIh
ilk to an iyone in t: othier towni,just stop td
1I. "Phone"i ai il tialI he li'one yoU want.
'telegrains l'rompntl y tra nismitted and correct
A 'ION It', NI PRINEI, HLOOD PUlifJ
Trhe Poiston of the swuj itee its -Antidot W
the swamp.
F.oti dni. Neinviousnmess, IndIgestion, nlys- -C
nnittey ai'i' ltowg (.oniplaint, ask youo deatef
for M ON'TERl:IIt:. If he does not.keep it, we wit
send y'Ot a large'bottle, express prepaid, on fe
neipt oS.0. MONTERRY CO.
Fiorence, s. C., Props, and@frW
F. W. WAGENER1 & C0.,
Chatleston SateAgelad
BRUtC]
C1= M.rT , B. Ca.
GOOD & Co., Easlei
jw buying goods for the Fall T
than ever in looking out for 1
care will be given to the select
k of Shoes from the Factories.
ic best and sell them as cheap
lie best. Try them.
:s us a dollar to standtcf the ra
are obliged to have it and we
a credit extended him this yeai
you will hear from us later
usual. In fact we hope to mal
.gging and Ties.
HAGOOD, BI
W. M. HAGO
Cigars,
Seeds.
ty to Unhy Abov,e.
'R BROS.
DRUG STORE.
Greenville, S. G.
01ty Du'y a
O 0Rattle Trap.
) ORG A N '"ar"e
oduce. Thik hard before y4u waste
it ir 4rgan. All t woril k at it th
31 LIN (EAD:wr A W.
Priced Styles Just Out,
More th; ii Cheap Organs, hut of
(iuaility. a talegues 1-ree to all.
r Oreans at Lowest Cost. Write
s and Wagon s,,
OFFER R
UYERS!
AND) IWY.
Joach Factory,i
(RKLEY, Proprietor.
itlenmt. ap3()y1
HAND
i. NEW PLACE.
g~oods and can sup..
igar, Coffee, I-.ardI,
'aconl a1s cheap as
ollin swot' Old
p of the M arket for
NTER,
at all the moneyC we rneed.
have trus,tedl with our
\l T IM E
a little "'Bimetal,"' Yellow
."lime about is fair play.''
II and we want to sell the,m
WIS & SON.
PlekenM, s. c.
>rris for goods bought in the

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