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--Cotton 1@ 7-J.
-A little elect fell here last Friday.
-Yellow fever still. holds its 11ol( at
-Andrew Bramlett left Monday night
for the Augusta fair.
-Miss Marie lluff man, of Seneca Is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Carey.
-Mr. E. J. PI-luce presented us with
some very fino turnips last week.
-Preaching In the Piesby terlan church
next Sunday by the pastor, br. Itiley.
-A mule beloinging to Mr. II. C. Grady
broke one of his legs in the stable last Sun. 1
-Miss May BoMsard, of Sumter, paid
Capt. Thornley's family a visit last Sun
-J. C. Wilson, who lived near this place,
moved with his family to Peizer last Fri.
-Maj. Stewart Is having a new dwelling
house erected on his farm near Judge New.
-J. F. Wells is building a nice dwelling
house on his lot next to Uncle Mike Kenne
--It looked as if winfer had ousted sum.
mner last Tuesday. We hadt a mixture of
rait and sit.
-Messrs W. J. Thackst-m and J. M. Fer
guson, of Greenville, were at Mr. 11.
C. Grady's last Monday.
-If you want all the news from the Leg
i4kture sbtiscribe now for the SENiNm..
It is $1 a year in advance.
-The grand jury at Gmienville last week
threw ont three indictmei.ts agair.:t parties
for violating the dispensary law.
-.J. L. 0. Thompson, editor of the
West min nster Bamine was aromund his old
baunts last Satturday and Sunday.
-Dr. G. W. Earle tells us that he has
cribbed 1,500 bushels of corn this fall and
has a hog which will wvigh over 400.
-L-M1r. Walter J. Bogs, of Liberty, paid
his respects to tihe SUism.K. last Saturday
and also his subscription a year ahead.
-Col. C. L. Ilollinmgsworth has erected
a neat and stibstaitial fence arounnd his va.
cait lot next to iagood, Bruce & Co's.
-Mrs. Morgan, of Dacusville, visited her
dauighters Mrs. Rt. A. Bowen and Mrs.
Ficrence Gritfin last Saturday and Sunday.
-Mr. andI Mrs. 0. L. Dennis and Mrs. J.
C. Jemings left last Monday to take in the
Augusta Exposition and Georgia State Fair.
-Adai% Dodurins was brought to the jail
at this place this last week from Oconee
jail. 1Ie is serving a sentencee for revenue
-N. 1). Parsons, of the Crow Creek see
tion, has moved his family to Pelzer. Re
port has it that Air. L. R. Dalton will also
-The railroads have granted reduced
rates to the Stale laptist Co nvent ion which
mi-ets at Anderson on the 2Sth inst., next
--- 1'. -Langst.n who moved from here
to Anderson counyt two ;r three years avo
is moving back. lie says there is no place
-The grand jury at Charleston Montay
returned no bilis agaimst parties charred
with violating the dispensary 'aw and be.
--Ii you want to see a mappsy man traide
w ith W. C. Branuieit. it makes himu sinuike
and4( he will give yiu a dollai's worth of
goods for 919 cents.
.-MW. A. Ti. Williams, the able editor of
* th a News, passe lhrugIh Pick.
n ny on a visit to Mr. .J ohn Fer
gi ;sy monaini.
mnrsday is thanksgiving (lay.
C tens tha:t. d;ty to the oh! Con
f. lranis i' meeig -md enjoy your
mne hoh.day. You wvill never'
r. C'orhett, of Americn, andt
n ell, of E'ngland, have signed
it, to fight at prize light, for
cksonviile, FIa , on the '25th
mani of this tonwn paissed the
ast Sunday and renmarkfed that
I -as now a solemniI reinuderI to
I i of the lawv of the stripes
nx at Columbia.
inanie, the railroadl dete'ctivye,
I of the charge of munr(der for
latsonu at the Air Line 1t. 11.
Ienville on the 2dl oft October.
is tie .d last Friday at Greeni
rget the old soldiers re-uintioni
ty the 30thn. Every old solier
9 'is expected to be pretsent andi
mm incidenes and privations
radeis. A god timic is anitici -
illin, nmerchnant at Liberty,
'nmnient hast rihursdlay to TI. C.
thencbenetit of his creditors.
t the liabilities amnounit t(o about
tihe assets abiouit $1 ,2(00. A
ne credlitors was held Wed nes
4 roes wvere coinvicted of rape
la'tt Friday. Tine erime w~as
Sa mulatto. Tihe prisonners all
a rel igious (ordeIr cal led thne
Six" anud cliimed that they
ced by the spiits to commnit,
ere two clantmants for lthe 65i
by Carplen tem Biros. , of Greein
lar-gest Lurnuip gn<.wn from
Tlhney were J. C. C. T1nuner,
, ainid S. C. McWhnorter, of
They ('eh weighed7 poundsmi(.
s dlevidled between them.
nlted States court at Charles
(lay argumnent was inmde in
(e It. & 1. II. 11. vs. Lewis.
dlisplensary constable, for con
ying upoun g'oods in tine posses
tei vers of tine railroadl-. Judge
lered testimony taken in the
, . 1tiley, D). D., p)reachned a
masterly sermoni last nighnt in tine Presby
terianm chnurch on the subject (.f Missions
inainly. Thie voice if thne old war horse
'aug out like a clatrion call to thle chnureh of
Jhrist to guo forwa.rd in the execution of
ner great comminission.-P'eople's Andernson
-It is suggested thatt thnoughn thne county
mnly liked ten votes of going for WVeaver
n tine last (election, we are indt in rebellion
mut are still citizenls of tine Uinited States
mnd to prove thnot we are, tIhe (County (Conm
V niissioners have ha~d tIhe stars nud stripes
nut on the counrt hnouse tower, mninnus the
tars, as an evidence of that facet.
Table Mloumntaln Topic's.
Oni Saiturdamy night, tine 11tIn, Nathanniet
nicJunkin, wino lives near lis plac', 1.st
m Iifant. 'The child swallowed a etfnut
mmd a piece of it lodged in tine wind pipe at
Ihe ramification of tine Broncii and it died
)y 4 o'clock Suniday morning.,I was hnr
ed 'at Omnienoy Monday. It was fifteeun
Married at thet resildeince oif L. H. Simi
mona on tine 15th instant, Maler Findlay
anid Miss Texie Ann Simmons, Rev. JT. E.,
fRev. L. T. Weldion, pastor of the Baptist
,htrchli here, has resigned and Alr. Ed
waorls of Firman University was elected.
Mr. It, A. Gilner, of Ft. Madison, vis.
ted friends and relatives here Saturday and
A man supposed to be a tramp was
bUnd dead at the depot Friday just
fter the passenger passed. It is thought
ie was killed )y jumping front a train.
Air. lagnell, (of Chesterfield, was elected
o teach in the selhol here last Saturday.
Ie is a graduate of Wofford. 8chool will
open Mionday the 27th.
Mr. Keels, of Ft. Hill, was in town last
Who Can Mebt III
While traveling in Easley township your
.o respondent spent thet nIght at Mr. Law.
ence M. Berry's and he saitd he had gath
-red and weighed ill) 4.500 pounds of seed
,otton and would still get another bale from
wo acres of land' this year. Tlat will he
our bales of cotton on two acres of land.
Mr Berry Is rauting a dairy and had his
and highly fertilizel. Iie used], I think,
'wo saeks or nuano per aere.
Mr. J. C. Howard tells me he raised near
.his place 2,0o pOunis of cotton on one
ad a quarler aeres of land.
Hurrah for Pickeis! L. C. R.
Otr friends will please remember its lin
lie distribution of their toney. We (1o
lot inteln to press anyonme btit are obliged
o have money as well its anyone else tw
r(t through on. If you cannot pay all pay
And if you have not the woney we will
ake corn, fodder or wheat.
-'Tip Top' Cough Syrup, the best out,
or sale by Sloan Bros.
---Lee P. Orr, the jeweler, will repair
our watches, clocks and jewOly and
nake them as gool as- new. IIe canl le
otild at W. C. Bramilett's.
-If you have &ny broken window panis,
;loan Bros.. can fill them. Sloan's is thIe'
lest place to buy winlow glass and putty,
>aints, seeds and drugs.
-For fine scmars and good ch1ewing to
acco go to Lewis & Son.
'Mrs. Winlslow's Soolhiig Syrup for
hildren ''tihing" sofiens the gunts, I
1auces inflaimation, allNys pain and cur(s
Xind colic. 25c. a bottle.
-Sloan Bros.. will tell you l'ow to paillt
Four buggy for lifty vents.
For Sale or Itent.
.iy Saw mill, Grist mill anll Cotton gll.
) 'Town Creek, nlear Iie!w1-11o. C IT., for
9.J. E. Ib.(ool),
-You can always rely on anlythilg
)olight of Sloan Bros.
-If y-Oir ham<ls aml face chap inl cold
xeaiher, Sloan's Cainphorice will core
The exervise4o this istIM.iton tire expeete
to "" mll ionce oil tile fir-t .otliliy of I t141b11er
I:,. Ilnd 1 nid iu ior ten m-ihoii'stiv mmicis.
withi a int4-rvcniiig vatentitn. 'Te frilmvwi
r ot' o l ition i ave beel 1a 1Ie.. il- Trus
.\ iitietii. G;eographtty. <tranmmer, At' ...
1lh .aeimy is' I ' n r d ill ' r.l!i ll ...
.\11v.ancvdl khl.- in ;nnv abo'lv v r;ah,.. :.
'hiss in l.ati, Iraek or .\lgebra. A '... '
At t who14 en't er I he sethool ais Pul pils. will bet re
'piblet1. for at:Iton famIti alae of i'nt rane' unt
til th;e 4'lose. of the live 11inanthseri, I: ,Ie.s ther'
he4. aI priv'ate l'tit rn't wvitha 1he teniehter.
'n'iichool. i1ttidtit't il hoped that thellii ii' lute e te
if 41 hetilthftti li1inte, 11 inotral tad 'ill et on
muit ly. taend inndtterntae rat)es oft'. hordl idd iuilioil
.oo'sl A NttolN Prootn
A recent discovery byan old
phsiciIan. EtdccsflyI used
mionlthly by thouads of Ina
duies. lathordy perfectiygsoft
- minui reliablo nic<ticitno disicov.
ered. lowaro of unpurinciplot
druggists whlo offer Siferloa
medicInes In place of this. Asrk for Coox's Corr'oi
lhoot oOMPiOUND, $tate t sttbsffte.at' orinclo.io sl aDt'
It cents in post age in tetter, and we wil )And soated
by return mait. iFull sealed particular a iplair
envelope, to ladies only. '2 iatm >s.
AddreBs Pond Lily Company,
Sold in PFckens and every where b3
all res p onlsble Druggists.
---GU I V E0N .\tt W . -
A Valuable llook for ni Falrmetr andt llusine1.s:
A lill 't'i1 FI.
C'OLU'MI11A N SOUJVENI II
---N iEWSPA it,.
Olr'ers to every Yet'arly Subsctrib.er Eilill ER ol
Tlhe Wi5eek ly News tandt <'ouir, I yearI
Thel4. Wee'tkly New" 11nd4 4'oturier, ai llntllnts
u(wit hoat Plrenum)................ 5
Charles't onir C
HENRY WATTERSON, EDITOR
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SEiN lI YOU Il (iWN N A i 111r1 atddress anlt
tho'st' of hve. to t'n o,f youir friends1' or lneighbltor
tIl aL p4olt ea ri , or 641helrw ise,. and4 n1 t'opy of I th
S.\V A NNAll WF,F.K-~EI,Yi N EWS w-ili be tent t<
etach addlress yny~:t..
i%il~NTtAi Wi)'. IY NIWis1FlP5Tl
tlted iln lt' 5outh sixtleen hiartge pila-re. ff i
haveS m'le'Sr st'en1 n Iop o13 f ift sed foir onle ain,
youl wmtl proIt)ionne ita it hiest tandt biest newtt
papJer youl evecr read~t.. Adhre-"'
T Ifl E ERIll I,Y NIEWs,
May .Ake place In
Mtty Occur in Aus
WAN T OF CO
May ex6t ill the Unit
May be the order of the
BUT ALL 01
Are lesA Interestitg t< the Init Iv idunthsi tirsona mnt
htapphiess If you Clothes doit t it pill. It '-, o rhi"t
perience, plenty of g40dhs and lowest Prices Wil I do it i
SMITH & B]
Where is the
And Where is the Pl
FIRST - CL ASS
FOR LESS PRICE THAN YOU CA
TIIxx Is EASY 1
THE PLACE IS KNOWI
1endi ngand Wide-a w
(4 Vc I I' I
tWP iIe will give you nioi
for a dollar tiu you will g
And Now we H
*2g 4 .*
Bureau~1ls, Dressers, Tablies
Mautresses, Red Spi:igs, WVin<
Stove Pauis, ('ake Panis.
WOFF6RI) COLEGE dr
SPARTANTURO,i S. C
N OF SILVER Sh
Iay In ladlia: a I
STI Hd ES Ei inh
lopearancile. You los f balf of your carthly St(
i- will 41 re,nsyo e llig1%. If large -
1m11 it wIlI), *yu 'll coie to US. W o
Place for _
3ce you will Buy
N DUY C01110 N UOODS?
q TO EVERYBODY,
ae Clot hier,
I ,N V 1II A., . 4.
et elIsewhere' for 81 .2.
BY Af NVEV LOT
TURE]' NE W
B(eds, (hairs, Safes,
tundi (s, Sa tches, Val ises,
low' Shiade(s, ValIey Tin, S
and( see. TI
l'or (iis tmias Goods.'~
S. HI. CARLISLE, LL. D., Prest.
*~ir a. jn'' fr -ar, one KEvun
l'or a'ntalogoii aa lelI(.
W. M. HAG
Mr. Hagood is in New York now
mies" he will use more diligence thi
are obliged to have. Special cai
We are daily receiving our stock <
oes on the market. Ve buy the I
mnown fact that our Shoes are the
We expect every man who owes u
Y or delaying. We need it, we ar(
Le man who don't appreciate the ci
mach. As necessity requires yc
We are going to buy cotton as ust
country. Get our prices on Bagg
Ie 111 .1aace in I e City
CA R PEN,T E
~HALIM Bit 00.1)
twsiee tiuat to pe-4d1
n .niy otui it chtap mnferi(r (
"-A'CNL AMIN MASSO)N & 11AM!1
New Low Pri
Costing but Little M
twice the value andl di
For Best Pianoq or 01
John L. Hai
ne Hundred Brewster
The 1BEfST andl (f
'ver Offered in S<
Onie anl1 TIico IIlor4
Whyt~ buy Ccap Weisterni Wagons11 whent you
thazt w%ill oulas tz~
H. C. MA R
S11 ~ *' 'cIries. I )rv
iMIOZLE :-: (
hat Man Hasniit Oome X
TO BUY Ui
ndO onls( j iuently we hve not g,ot
>we ask those friendsl whoml we ha
>')fI come up nw andl trust its with a
>l,Rusty Silver or Greenbacks.
WVe still have some goods to sell a
cap for Cash or Barter.
J. T. LIEiW
Those who owe Lewis & Morri
ar 1891 mutst come uip andl Seulhe o
ftes . 40.
OOD & Co., Easley
buying goods for the Fall l'r
an ever in looking out for ba
-C will be given to the selecti<
>f Shoes from the Factories.
)cst and sell them as cheap
b)cst. Try them.
s a dollar to stand to the ra<
obliged to have it an(d we
*edit extended him this year
u will hear from us later
al. In fact we hope to mal
,ing and Ties.
to Iny A" OVe.
Greeni-ille, S. C.
(~ ay uy a
OR (A N "11tsti,
ae-. Think Iumi herf,n- ymu wvaste
nnt. All te W-rb kn iowsabout Ite
m tc -.%. .
cod Styles Just Out,
ore th-n Cheap Organs, but of
nihility. atal gues Iree o all.,
gans at Lowest Cost. Write
mie & Daughters,
miter and M. A.
pubi1lic~ that they
mnd are peae
Vith the Spondulix
all the money we need.
ve~ truisted wvit.h our
T IM Ei
little "BIimietal,"' Yellow
"Time ab)out is fair play."
dwe want to sell thenm
IS & SON.
PICkeUn. S. C.
for goods; bought in the
ade. On account of "Hard
rgains in the things our pco
)n of Dress Goods, Clothing
\e don't buy the cheapest
LS others sell shoddies. It is
k. 'This is no time for flicker
vant it out of your first cotton.
has no heart in him, he is all
)n in plaeinr and more pointed
:e this the best market in the
tUCE & CO.
DD & CO.
Will give achand every customuer a
to any aml - f r 45 And 55 ents,
aIlso thr<-- sflir one(
value for your iio...
Dru1gs, Seels anid PalintS,
Lfasa.s and Puttv.
See the "sell ?"
3 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Whie it i
WuI t on w
Ahvays iinIg to do0 the best4 pos
ible0 for miy euistoiuer's. Come anid
A finei lot of full Cream Cheec.
All kinds( of p)latin and faneyvernek
rs the I very best iFrank F,.1 El oel
ran<htd; ( am11 recrivinig all kmnds o
-esh (cannled goods.
(omew Rad SeeO
A. M. MORRIS.
T 'ONl(', NF.RtVINI-, 111000) P11RIl- EIC
ldke Ce I(' ike.
L'he Poison of thec swnoup hn:>~ its An,ftole in
the sw,. np.
F' 2 ^tari, Nervoisness. Indligestion, J) N
n tery and4 Hiowg Complaintii, u&k you10 0ba#
or ION T iil It fhe iIoesi not.keep i, ii W'1 If
etl yOt olNl ruo bottle, expmress p)repaid, onl to