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:islttire adjuourned last Satur
:night, of Marshal, Texas, is
ives near Gates,
ies Stevle, of Greenville, spent
ha relaNel here.
Irice, of Anderson, visited rel
luring the holidays.
.dy have a b4g timc this week.
:ome but once a year.
idr!cks and Lucy Iagood were
Sunday. loth colored.
. B. Kershaw has been apoint
:r at Camden by the President.
.enkins mid family Vpent the
:t relatives in Greenville cou1n
rget the Union meetings next
I Sunday at Shady Urove and
-1anlon spent % parA of Christ
I friends at Peters' Creek and
Pes School Commissioner ))right
aving his salary cut down.to
Mrs. T. E. Coleman visited in
)ldajy and left oil Tuesday for
ArS, J. ). Harris, of Green
ic guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
ling of Fairview M. E. church,
vill be let to the lowest bidder
y of January.
near Table itock on tile 27th
;raveley and Miss Lidie Turn
r. Singleton oieiatin.
a Bowen who lis been a.temd.
ston Femaile College c4ime
iday to spend tile holidays.
Mirs. 1). F. Sutherland, of
i, spent a part of ihe holidays
her, Mrs. Florence Gritliu.
Mrs. u- S. Innter, of Sene
o or three da) s with Mrs.
er, Ma1j. J. .1. Lewis, t1l.s
Baker comw from Wicliita,
unday and marrid JlanicGrif
in elopement and both parties
Hianion gave a week's vacation
ts of the Pickens Ilifh %ehdool.
will be resumed on the first
at the residence of the ollci.
lan Rev. J. M. Stewar's, on
istaUt, Mr. Hovey Neely and
Mrs. W. W. White, of Andor
I here last week to spend the
,h Mrs. White's parents, Capt.
Olive and Melonre Thornley
been visiting their sister Mrs. I
hite. of Andcrsonm f--r sev&ual
nel hole last, Thnrsday.
SW. Singleton passed throug'i
liursday on his way homit fto o
ant visit of ahoit ten days to
I friends ill Oconee cou.,N.
at tle residence of the hiide's
and Mrs .1. Malti- Stewart, oi
tart, Mr. John Childs and Miss
irt, 11ev. J. M. Suwart iolleiat
>semondLY, colo redt, host teni dtol-t
last Saturday. IIhe hlost hiis
nI's store and Cot. Ilollinigs
ni Thomas Porter, a we'll knLown
- especCted citizen died at his
Idtay mlornlin.g. lie was ahontII
sind wasl, htnied the (lay follow
iiaiv fr'om N'., York' whe&'re
11stan ac'metii'it 11iv milit'
Las when the left foi' his pst ot
o M. Wethorn is a chaml'pioni
lIIe alwayt~s ralise's ils i higs
killed five. 'ixteen mlolnthis l,
one :17n,. one I:t: atnd one: 190,
it of I ,900t 1lujd,:
mn Simmons. Chief ('lerk in
s ottice at Chbarleston,. was in
T'hursdcay. lie e:n'''o-pn as
lihe case o,f the' Un:ite S1tat es
*tnd for perjury which was
JT. TI. Porter. E1. F. Looper,
caindeor, Ale'k ( an non aind
lie had( a b'ig~ fox chiase' in
ty last werk. Th'ley we'tre snl
-apturinig two, hut one 'erve
ace which tasted for fourteen
ntive 'ommIilitteeC of Ithe Twelve
'I1., on TnlEsda,y thle 2d dlav
%94. A futl at tendan ce is de..
is bine l(ss of imilporitanlce toD
0. hlowenl. M. lienldricks, J.
,B. II. Williamsn and C. E.
istmaUls tre'e was a grand sne.
t,here as wa'is exp'ctedi. Tlhem
playedl te role ofr Santa ( 'LanLs
i'ristic'ally and f,. K.(' h'Iires,
rns. Sunntit p"-rso ile Every.I
I a:, tIle resicre of the Iin ide("
andt Mrs. (I. W Oritllln, ti('i
ilhe 21st inistat, Mr'. TI. TP.
d Miss .JE'I.nie (Grilli. 'Tlt
le' aire ve'ry poipular w.ithI a hirg
Pin IliTtlc8s who J oh. wtiuth us it
It l('ni. hp;>v anud proisperln.
'(oni.h tife. lie'v. D). C. Free.
-med4( the ('eremiony.
.'as a1 (owardty. low~ diown'i sneak
i ttihng thle Ch'lristmaiis tree t
'hl(ever dlid it is devo'( id of pritn
banter. The Liie is Ihad( W wok
an rday and4 Sniwhilty niglht sonli
nrm ori curs rmol)veds one1 of tlin
tis oni the side of thte d1 or, won't
then limblis off and( ruie 'the1' in
las dtiscoveredl' Mioniday mol'ruuil
(on had1( aniother tre' readLty.
nighit (If the( 70th Iinsetant at the
(Creek cani'lh, ThIos. Nftore, bi
I ilenry Oates. 'The f'cts iLn'
we could gaIthter are ablont as foil
. re was to have hea"r it frnlie a
that1 ight and I (enryt Oiltes ii
with Edh. IIXlffton at tenidi'
.rt Is that onel or4 tirrother bit l be,.
ville ttht dlay and, hirffn d i
penIsary' lfirior, at lensf ji is sai,
nei ibaUlinr,annti W('er drinkinu
-ac'h 'g Mtoore's a dti tTi'ity tol
t wen (Oates an- 14 John, isol
Id .Atr. MIoore endeavored to stoj
itrnedl onl MooIre', kn'ck('d thhn a' on
-:IT'S AN OVERCOAT OR A DOCTOR:
e You'll hYu to have Me litter If you go longer i itot an o ergarment of some sort
thlej chin!)'~1e wi hetlitr . Evetybody im talkinig about our
great line( of Overcoats fit
Azid a gteat many are wearing the. Are you among the lucky ones;
it not you had better ettli and get one.
SMITH & BRISTOW,
Leading Clothiev and 1-atters,
Greenville, S. C.
Where is the Place for
And Where is the Place you will Buy
FOR LMA PRICE THAN YOU CAN BUY COMMON OOODSI
TIIS IS 1EASY TO SOLVE,
THE PLACE IS KNOWN TO EVERYBODY,
xI x' -x-xIE
LeadfEngand Wide-awake Clothier,
's M :V L E S. C.
K i e will give you mtore goods and better goods
for a dollar thanl! you will get elsewhere for $1.25.
And K~irsmas kums~ butd onco a yeat,
T1ht, timo now isi draiwini' near.
Bov and gun and yaller dog,
Daddy scrapIinl big fat hog,
.Mammiy drylin out thet latrd
All mutst forget that t.imes are hard.
k'h krsa thlings ar.e ktmin in,
The kwestlonl "a~xed" in whaur ve bin ?!
-sJust onie atnser, thaiits for all,
To( the store of W. T. McFaiull.
Of all! thet phlc(s, thaits -rrl: p hlen
Te fo spreaid aL slluile all olver yteI fae.
For Frutiits and1 Nuts, Toiys ied K-md(y,
- McFall's store l il aways handytl~.
Always whenI he comeI to town,
D)rap' inl ch aind loo1h tk aroun1)1,
J.See the. Chuin:a TIoys andu Tlin,
>r- It's eno ugh to make old1 Sata grin.
b.y Thar's Suigarl antd hoffee, P'eppeXr andl(
Gritnstand Latrd andiu Cheese and Rice.
.Alwaystv kim heItre for breadI atnd meat;
And everything Else Ve 'wnt to eat..
Thara Powder andi fa andl Kapui
he and Sho t,
Fec nthe) gamel(, put onl the pot.
k- Ketm on lloys ainhI)hiV a gun
Nows the time to havLe sum tun.
Hii and Lo, ricir atdd pore
Kum111 right onI to McFatll' s tore,
f'or a merry Krismasi to y'ou all,
aI am11, yours' truly,
lie W. T. McFALL.
LIIIfTIUlJAS. HI. CARLISLE, I,L. D., Prest.
I YYUNe eUary.exUUenJeJEforJone yar, Oneo lion
r)t* For Catalogue-'
IIol PARLTANBURO. S. C.
whereupon the old man left thein aud h
into the hioUse. As h01 was ettlgi
theihousp (ates shot at bin tut mism
About this time the daugliter of Mr. Mool
appeareid upon the scene and triol to Oat
)eac(etut the ever readly pistol Of oat
was Lbrust into their fC09 with deflaNcI
Imio. Aloore, wilo bkl( OiCevt'littkg woolc
'I1 hos. 1 Store, w ome remuarks to Oatt
w hereion me i was levelled upo
h ien witp these assrtion that Oates woul
kilt him if lie fooled with him. 1i101
kil hti tatn loore thought lie ought to tak
he LaV(t a lick on the light side of th
head will thle axe he badbettl cuttin,
wood With frot tihe t:etA of which lici
oates died alm"ost instantly. lie neve
spoke after he W.Ls strtick.
it iiqsC8t wias leld last Friday aDl. th
evitlence adduced, st, we are told, substan
tially cort'oborate the facts here given. -
Moore made no attempt to get away biut
quietly waited for the Slieriff who went
(own anl brouiht iiim to jail last FridaY
night' The 'oceurrence is to deplored, but
it is attother evi(dice of he dathiger there
is in liquor even thouigh it be _dispensary
A Siooting .telay.
Mr. W. I. Price shot Will Fleniig last
Fridav night This wils the news that
spread lver the streets liere early, Saturday
tntrnlng and nothing of the particulars
could be learned until Mr. lrice reaclied
town ahint ten o'clock. ir. Price came
lown for the purpose of sirrendering to
0hc Slieriff if the wounI had proved. fatal.
te particulars, as gathered trom Mr.
Prik,e, -ten to be Ahout these : Fleming
Neit to his house about dark Friday night
ud asked to get some whiskey. Mr. Price
old him he (idl not keep whiskey for sale
iut would give hi:n a dram and started
town in his cellar to get some for him.
While he was getting the whiskey Flem
ng had left. and went down the hill to the
road where anether mnan wts who had
Come witi him Mr. Price came back att
went down to the road where they were.
plening is a tollistonleI man and some time
aigo secured ai aAvAr.i of several dollars
from Mr. Prive miti tlie promise to (o
RomIe work for him. I r. Price told him
that le wanted his mmey back. Fleming
flew intio a ratre ami bvgai to curse
and ahitec Mr. Price. One word brouglit
in anther when itally Fleming drew at
pistol and by tl! titme lie got his out
Mr. Price pulled his anl tired. Mr. Price
then rushed in aid took his pistol from
him. U'pon exami-itionl it was foluid that
mne cuartridge hiadi bjeeI s1Ipped o b)jLut fail
(..I to tire. The hall struek Flemiing in the
left cirek andl ranged aroumi belhii the
ear. It is sai'l 11ut tl, wound il not l dan
z.rms t ad ioat with pi oper c i.e Fleming
wilt get well. Mr. Price greatly regretted
Wel1, Ilr. Editor. tlhings are Imlovinlg
aIlonu lively. The huium (if the Spindle is
still hivat at theo rate of eleven hours a
day. WI altl signed a petitioin and sent it
to the II44n)riitle L-gislatire to repeal tle
elevenl hour law and make it, twelve hours.
Yot linive promised to keep 4us posted as to
the ptira clcuinus of the Legislature, and I
klniw you will dot) it, lN1t I h1.1ve not secnll
anythi:ng oif 4ot1r petiti yet, :ill we don't
luch look for it. ollt M u. len ca1 lave
5anw44 Si-l %l heads eUt, off, the best mIlVn
of our St.it bi. cause thev (did not favor
his liquor law, anl then the honorable
b)(dy jumped on tlie ptor dogs and trietd to
cut their t-lw off. Is this Reform? I
for ie ami not inl favor of payimg taxes to
supifoirt :-.v such law makers. We havc
it d1ow,g aiiI Ihis n:1-me is Dixie and lie is 1
('onserni i%ve Denitwt'..
Ihlle ym folks are preparing fair ehrist,
ma as ltie mill wiil :tip Saturtday and
stm. el1,sed nmilT edv
I he-ir (f some wedding.i whjich aro
schltdti fori tbis wee'k.
LAtte Niio 1 A. F. M-., bieklat Il'iedumini
on4 thei th1 of Ih-cetiuber, thle fiolIlowinug of.
ticers wer.e elected4 and in4st atlb l ftor thu en
tinilg year: A. S. Piiwl, WV M.; W. P.
Mag:,S. W : F-. I,. !ierme:, .1. W.; J.
D). Surricne. See'y : J1. it. I let, T reas.; C. P.
J1. L. (ox anid 11. 8. ()sIeen, S. Y,
It WaiN Neell E14*(,
F-ailyv riscVs - sterda:y moltrninig had thli
p;tlesurec of witniessing a strainge iand Iteau
I4tu moni..rt far tilT tt thle E:st,* su. tidnl
andi ni ithot sound5 i orih i hieraljig a bltuisl
inud if lt, on each t side tnue ofiill hhniny
and4( then suddIenly s to ppig, elosettig u
like a t.h-ue pe assu-ninitg a h:lt like shiap
of ai ti-culiarlyv :. l-leih:.
Fr th'ree (pi:titira of ait hour thiis cuii
iis hall oft yellow tlight rested, throiwiin
heaven(4s in the E-ast rich ly tight. it wa
:n( jih lpii:ts.
J. 11 C. Turncer andit F. M1. I lodges frot
ithe I'elzei seet;on wiere i cinin to: icIs cit
amiil sawt it and watched it for fifteen ui it
It. Y. liellamus siaw it.144 atul(head a 4n4m
tier of pIeoplte ini altres spe4ak of it. 11
said thait a ctitternani at (Griy Court tiih
hlima t hat hue 'vatched it ftor thiree-quar:i ter
of at hconrc.
Gradaliy t the 1lighlt of thte hanging fir
hillI grewii dintuner.-and was lost in the lizh
of the rising. sunt. ITe riei, mielloiw, gil
den Itine fadled ai u wias abisoirbied by t b
ielori ous lighlt of the king4 oif daiy....-Dil
News of the 21st inst.
I f rid& anty one hirti ng my sons5, .Jat
and I)avidI Sti lile.s, wit lit tltnii (cnsentt.
Mis. Winislo's a5 iothtlicg Syrtip f<
drtes inithanuatiion,i aia. pain iand cur
wmd t nliue. e.te a hut ti i.
-if you ha4 li: ati faice lihp in co
eir, Sit an'is t'acmphoi(ie wtill eni
Not iee of Diioluition,
ThIe copjirt er-Ihip hlrntofr existi
IZ:iI &! . ci.. hits bieen this dhay dlissolvedl
omtdaiul (4onst lt.
IocrVr fon itale my farini of i63 nir(e. well I
Ptrtied. tenl Iiiles fr mc Gireetnvtiie. 4. It., tin 4
M!iet'r~' ptitnd autd knotwn aise . the W Sibt pint
hf ie~f%i'l before the 45th otf .ln. IK'4 it wil
oh terms io o the. -reilies at P5 lt 'cot
Thet ue rs ti t'us 1t.t tioni are expeict
-ttt o the r.. t he iii.tiltt.i f cstth
ti a Itivt .44 m- rfor si't oi tie Hailer
ci a te tift i -n:t~lt . 4 i :t tiriptdb ite T I
Priiiitu y tt1et iii i nner its 4)n Iigish ..t tt
wil trt 't t e i *ii nn i lur in rii
i, Juci.G Oahy.<LANLer. e .n .. i
cerles to be I
A nice sto(
mails for the
We are stil
Hats and Shi
You will I
the pricei's s
ton and oth
]Best Plco in the Cit'
tv Ice that to p1'o0
D-.Oneyi fn a (.capinfer
MASON & 11A 31
New Low P
Costin but Little ]
tw ce he valu at I
For Best Piauos ur I
John L. HE
One Hu:.drred Brewvete
T he J)PAST andl (
Ever Offered in .
One and Two IU)r
Why buy Cheap We,stern \a~u is I wi
rHrP~atronize IIOME INDUsTRY.
H. C. MA
(A. WV. MIEXIINE, Mauperanicas
WVe will take stock
nlew building across the str
and1( settle befor e that dIate.
Wec have waited p)atier
onl you settling now.
Wmn. Hunter; T. N.
Boggs desire to inform1
have formed a partne(rsl
to sell you Groceies, D)
and any or everything
Merchandise store as ch
$33ighest cash pr
prepared for Christmiasi
the best stock of staple
r at $4,00, and the 011 re
,k of fruits and fancy ta
ng assortment of Vases,
Noisy Horns and funn3
LR leading the trade in C1,
ot find a better selectio
/s paid for Corn, Peas, Se(
, to Inuy Abov'e.
Greenville, S. C. e
Mny Buy a.
O1GA N '1c.
Ivit-. Thi nik hA bef-fore yi w
.0rru AllIthew~in-hI iw)~ sab tathe
U . ('1 Eu4 A.-E 'U A %. W EL.i
riced Styles Just Out,
Aore th-n Chenp Organs ut of
lurability. afa 1l fgital"Pe -to ti.
DI-gans at Lowest Cost. Write
6ynie & Daughters,
*N V ILLE. S". C.
r Spring |Buggies,1
andl miove into our
.o us will plIease call
tly andI must insist
.EWIS & SON.I
I lunter andl M. A.
th pulic thait they
ip andl are p)rep ared
ry G.oods, Notions
kept in a G eneral
capI as the cheap est.
ice paid for Cotton.
;' & BOGGS,
UCE & CO.
ill give each and every custjmr
any' amo nL, for 15 and 55 centF
so thirteen two cent stamps for on
ait, and a quarter.
)ollars <nul Stamp;
arranted good. Thwy give also fu'
Lih, for Your monmv in tho bc,
rugs, Secds and Paits, Wido,
iss andl Putty.
See the "el?
3 Main St., Greenville, S.
[LOOR HERE !
1 don'lt Iffer reCwardhs fr sldg
IUrnone(s but1 Sill goods41 as ebenp21 as
myhedyI, <jiali (t cosidIered~ .
See iiiy. .Jean;s, Shirl ing, Driills,
'he eks, G>to Flannel ~it, etc . The
I hl i he bes 12' Wt grcerie's and sell
5 ceanp as oth lers soll. Try my~ Can
1 n'i1l ha2veI fruits of all'dTi
Jhrist ans. .Nort hernt A pples. Oi.
n2ju(s, Bannas, D)ried Fligs, I tasi 's,
or(oanis and lI( the finest line o.if -s
TFry miy I usca'vaLd, Molasses. 'I
] haive aL few more acfcounits that
(8(d to be4 st.. tl(ed at once, so pe.
4rne on nd tl 4tIe.
YourIs for low prliets and shor t
A. 3!. 111ORRIS,
1 i I.. rIao hasi not yet 444e to4 P'iel:en4. 1)4
I w ein In.n i 2i,n'e 2 lol ' heroihc.aut
S':M' inilu- of he' '1r 2ouni,.Jus:t stecp to
w .hor. . non en! the 'one you4 wa.42
aIre .\Ii. ll'asntes for Pickelns al.d
2'l*I~ lI EN T'2'1LI'PIIONI x:CO'
MONT E REY.
TO 4t, - m 1 1.n D P Rli
ONr.t an nowelN.: ('omplaint as P un r: eer
NT t CY fhe dsw nt eeimwp.
cil44 y44 44 i rgo bottle, express p4repulio, on re
MONT E R ISY CO.,
FiI nn 5 e' 1'ome oo n .a ifre