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(1. I111!'3)Ifll), ~11 liMb, St n1csni~
l)OiO~'eLI cit izin, wzu~ bliriell a
entiro city tell. I ho lOSS afi
I heir grit'f. .1 t; yes t ho desi
*IlI(lge H)1IV:)l:~z, there ~lioii1
the si ml)] est. exert' i.9es wheti
011(1 cr11110, aiid iii icc~rdiiiwe
this ibsiro 1' I'llllgeaiea I
tho szid CCI'0l11c1,V ot tO-(I fly
This is the I i 'no oC tlio
when tiio lli1111C1'r4 of i\ansas
(i)klnhoinn hill) oil 1, for tiioi~
nual i'fli)l)it liui't. Ono day
week nearly 2CR) fziriuors of K
COflfl tv, .kaa~n~ had their
flfl(I i)aggo(l 1 ('fly. 6,000 rai2
~oxt week I im're will he a, hun
*WToodscouilv, Oklahoma, in w
i,00() men will lake part.. I~nl
tlrO 50 liUflielleis jIm that sect 10
the coiiiitry I hat. fill linhiulli sin
for s Ilecessary in order to pro
j1101)1 from hecommii''g a pest.
1\Cw conmit v plaits loire not
Od. Citizens ill I ho lower pai
Aiken coiiii Iv are working I'
310W COunty. to I 'e loriiied I
portions of A a ken 1111(1 Barn'
and to 1)0 kiiowii as .E Ikiuton c
ty. As 1)0W Otitlitied it will I
long narrow Cull!) (V. h starta
~3anbar Ferry. just ho1o~v Aiigu
and runs dowim I ho Savnnuah r
about fifty mj~es to Brown's ii
its advocates claim that they
como lip to all tile recjuiromonl
tho now constitution. A sni
has boon Ina(le, fl1)(I petitions
now being circulated to go be~
.1~ditor llOiUj)ili of the Al
'yule Medium, who by tho v
was a, member of time Constituti
al Convention, tIliUkS the 1iC~VC
stitution p~ol1) 1805 a, bonanza,
south Carolina lawyers. lie s
in his paper: ''1 tnink I ii
riafely pre(lict; flint tho lawy
oral years. 'iThero will 1)0
j ~ will have a profitable tiinofor~
'.jib))al questions to be dotormii~
e lawyers will have a P101)10
~K~aking Objeoti6ns and fight
ip to the Supreme Court,
thinking ~f trying i~y hanc
4ga~p, for th6 .k)roppeot
I. Co. ll(,i~e may ito uk
'1110 of every iulilinlat.I
~iCrli I. Of (tilO 01 Ii 0
re of detid l)V the 10il(l~i N
I ho pen lilen Ii ug w i tb the iil)1)Ot itt'
with t~j)i(IPr, 1111(1 COillpiiIiImg its
~ for ~1flllac1iY 't't i lii (limit 01 ii 11'
finds that not (weii (.1'
were fairy IZln(l were ere(I iF
eating (~ii~)ilCitY an
liii~e to ii IISoiIl ti,
year boit to his weight i..
1111(1 spicIer (1005. .11. ii iiiiii~
811- 8l)i(IO1"R I)lOl)i1'tioit lie V.c,
last: slime (lie ('(llIiVilIOIit, of lout
51100 of fish, ii (lOZ0!i flogs, ti1
cliiv. 811(1 tivo oxen in 5iii~
t in .111 011(1 of the leacliiig Fill mi
Of Motif C'~'i(lQo I lie t(~i low i Jig ~
ii icli vent iseiiioii t ~ PPearod Vi CeO I lv
ibi Is SOP'' neli yoUng woman would Ii.
ii of to II1flITV 11 ',
vh.. family. 'Ol1Ii~ 1111111 ot go~
'~ 1110 cleltts (II 111W hit 1110 liiishan
~'ent Sc'nd iiiiswer Wit ii Pli~t (~gra ph
I. P., at the ofhiee of 1. lie joiiniial
The i tiserter Of Iii iS hot iCe wax I
eas- (It her than one II sane M ejersipi ~i,
I of i~ienchant, tai lop, what had just. 5
a 111) a estahi islimoii till Mont or ide
rom 1~Y t.lii~ piaii lie h)1~Ciii'e(I thu phi
tot'raphis of ninny uudcs~ rable eu
1)ry corn cobs (10 not burn wil
C ~ a very fierce flame, hut. saturn
I at two or t ii roe of them ~vi (ii ker
sin, 50110 oil 811(1 theY will easily hi~l
iver a fire. They are the vei*y ho
11111 tonal for tii iS l)IIIPOSO, as th
)niy ~i'iIl 1101(1 11lOl'0 oil than any kiti
~ of wood. it, iS I))' saturating SOlll*
s of thing Wit hi k~i'os~ii~ oil that thi
VC3T 81101114 always 1)0 used for kinditi
are fires. 'l'hero i8 flO (lailger from
kerosene if it is used in this wa'
010 andi it is a quick way to make
1.risk fire OIl co1(1 lIloritIngs who
be- getting tho fire going quickly is a
uiiportant item of comfort.
'fty, ''Oh, papa," said a little seven
on- year-old Milwaukee girl the etho
Oil- (lay, 1)oillting to some workiiwi
for who wore on tile roof of a vor
high building, ''see those hitti
R3TS browilies up there I'' "Those ar
iay not brownies, iiiy dear," roplie(
eis the matter-of-fact parent;, "thosi
ev- are 1)ig 111011 like mc, and they lool
~ little bectmse they are up so high.'
od. ~ tiley wore ill) twice as high
would timey be twice as small?'
111 pursued the little 0110. "Yes." Th
lug juveiiile brain was at work eom~
I seconds before Toach ing the logict~
at conclusion: "Tiley wont a~11ounl
to much when they got way ii
heaVen, will they
,Yorl~ ~rin~x~e, Papa. ~-Novi
Ryst pres lige.
- ulled and4coaxed oar
9 Way thronih the Pros
issgo with ktio interest
o, but with semo regret
st. If wo are any wiser
voro beforo reading it, we
it, though wo honestly
hat Cleveland is not re
for our inteohoctual cali
the nessago is a trip
ho world in C0 minutes.
great panorima itn which
ted all tho nations of the
inppy, at peac(e with thc
that be, and financially
d sassy"-al oxcopt tho
it's own dominion which
is "sick." Says it is very
Ad that it needs "horoic
nt and ipleasant romo.
'hat m(ins1 more life bloo(
taken from the patient,
iat more iterest-bearmi
nust ho plistered on its al.
,eakened bnack. But let 'oi
rover says so, and that
it right. .
or must have felt sonm
a1t confessing that all tle
one horse inations of th<
are rockinlg along so wol
his own great domiiiiion ib
mtino, 1eplblic an( Brazil
voland's- advie, havo "m11ad<
l are nlow haoppily huggin;p
other.. Ho Shook his Ien<
hili (elcided not, Wipe up tI i
d States-Chiti took tcl
naln lld (hiina, at Clovoln'.:
I, qulit, killing f-neh thr
rs an11d aro now ihasking in
uIl ight. of lovo.
tells hmw h,. p.rAteefie1 thc
of Vohrling He"a from Eng1
is greody fishermneni . We in fei
Sthe ghoniral t lor of h is me
thali.t it is ai1 right, to sol
.ricn intr-rost; dand mani111mot1
h(inglish gold, but wheo hlu
poring with S1h,1 allnd driv.
t ott' Ll ifr t'lli a .ji t,; 1-41(ln
vl'ation), vnit l'enlark int, 1111h
eea ught Imt. to hav r
Thalut nnny he1. the- cause' of all
ot0 tcsi th, tr of t i linii
wa1iian1 I rauhllN mtd howN% the m111
o the neigh
ounmd the wVorldl
Iiome( long enough
.0 coutry~ is "sick.'
stral. We're only glad
,ant titIhe $500,000,000o in
>acks and treasury niotc
whicoh hear no 1n0 into'rest) to
A g re-ealled anld burneiid upI. Wha
will bo0 put in] th( p)la'co of the
la p1 ace of them? National bantlt
(.. notes wihich are bas~ed on bonds
A TVheset bonds( wijll bear' initertest and1
.o are Iust as much(1 of an I)hl)1iga tiota
>dl just as miuchi ai debt of IhIo goiverni
y monett as aro the grenbi ackhs and
d. I reasuriy niotes. Butt the ho(nlds
o bar' mtt(est mal5 the others~ (do
0 Th'lo lboring mar1. gets his tatgr.
a1 as usmil2. 1 It is waruned of'-t d
't. many."' an a11:ssutred ohf the hajpi
1.1nes the '"sound" dIO)l1ar will bre2i
>-ihim. Tellshtimi that. he' needs1 i
3-. dlol lari tat can't h.e 1caled o1wni t
hall price; biut ho kniows at the
h1 tiunie not 01nelaboin'g man12 (out oft
Le 02n0 hundred gets h is wages ini gold.
.. HrO tollIs us ai lot of other funniiy
it. thotgs and1( w1ind(s upl in btehalf of
30. t4ol inonlonn'tal ismi. IHo virtual ly
tells Enaglandi~ that America is for
dsalo' and1 will son be on the block.
Ronds, moro btonds, som1e mnore
g o old y bootk..huyrs,'. th is ve',
Swill (imd ai weailth of tempt intn and
aittiractivo111. p ~uicts, fromi the
9xp~msively pr1inte 1 and11( boundi~
e (ditioni d~ J lixo of no0W or standalIrdI
w~~orks, downi to the inex
p)Onsivo, though alttra'lct ive, ii
-lutstratod books for children. An
r' impljar'tial and comnprehousivoe sur
i voy of the field of hohlday publi
P cations will appear in two'edlitions
3 of the Sunday School Times, D~e
) comber 7 and( .14 r'Ospectively.
IThe articles tell the pr1ospectivo
purchasors wh~at the now books
are, wvhat they contain, how much
thoy cost, andI where they cnn he
obtained, inl additnon t-i ani intor
osting and critical judgment on
their relative merits.
JOHN I). WATTs,
1081 \Yalnut St., Philadelp>hia,
Save althe o mortar for
About tihe Warm.
If liens tire too fat, food loss
corn and moro oats or whoat.
Clean plllmago niid bright red N
combs are indications of. good
After washing why not uso tho
hot suds by scalding out te lion
After a lion is throo yoars old
the niuinh'or of eggs will annually CO
The too frequent food of alfalfa
is apt to have a noticoble offect on
the flavor of tho milk.
The layitig of munsally large
eggs is proof that the hens are in
an over-fat Condition. At
Thorough and judiciolus priming
each year has it tendency to pro
long tho life of the peach treo.
Tho Plymouth Ilock attains lay
ing imiatitrities (earlier than the
W~'yindotts, but the latter is the
more11 per-sistent la1yor.
Th hens of the sim.allI breeds
start in laying earbor than those In
of the largor bree(s, bit they also
begini to fail (arlior.
As the late summor is the season
for buldd(ing, many a good-for- As
Snoth ing fruit tree may )o traits
Iirmned into solilethinlag worth hav
otg I by the prUcss of budding.
Tho e firs are gool places to root
()II, drojinlieo anid lon.", dep set
ithnas. 'fl'o wise Ilarmer realizes
thatt. l e allilt" a !ord Uo liiiis a
otl hing s .> attends the fairs.
Thie best. way to get a good flock
i toI l44 raiwe it. KeI1p the best; and
n'lldi Hie infrior 1( the butcher.
eo ly th(oroli!gllbrv(l raln, buit,
1oillcl'i'or .n a pedigree (l(o4S not
liakoa al ,ilvop a i l 11')ro thall a
dipilia miakes a doctor.
The sizo o)f al11 melons, squash
piillp Pihils imay ho incroas(l(l )y
pin 1ing back the (5ds of the
vile lft r Ertlit 111s Se't. It is also
woll to reiovo soie (if the lator
b14ossot.s md iho small fruit that
will "t "tL large (ilougli to lise,
t lies divert itg to what, is larger the
p that would otlerwiso go to
TIm pv revailng impression is, ha-t
erop (df either gan otbeo
fruit, 441 4 sn4. tho lOxt wi'l 1w.
( l'" (4f 5C 'it y. ~Aetilig ilp1 this
lig'-'s( jui, .1il grov(-rS jii the
Soutth A tI intic St avts have ma121do
a ~l4'. o r toitt l i z l ) i 0t1 proselit
tlilproc((klltet Crop, es-pecially of
apple.s-, inl the be;t, possile way\.
.I I V
x t-% dw'0111
Raiston Health Food.
Rlistoni Pancako Floiur.
Ratston Health Flour' at lia
J. M. IRAMPIEY,
.Fori- Clothing, Hals, Boots
L~8 lies D r.s~ (ood.s, Drecs
Trlihningsaii o( all s'iiidS, sii_
ve Urn' i'id, Gohld Uraid, Silk
l1'raid. Silks, XWlvet anid
chei a fs the cheap~est.
Six j'ound~s of Coffee for l$1
oct~t Easly,,8 C.
$10 A DAY TO AGENTS.
A 143 one4 ~ who4 wan~its to get r'iich :4 ul who4( hais
a litt 14' enItri seil~t enn4 s'curI'i $IO a day ini
4h:yt. Onae aIget ileared 4'C n $24 ver''Iy dar:~ for
44i:ue: 414 "4oliiting; D Iisha \VI:a'er sohait i.
h444144; a4 pe4rnmuenit po4sitionI ill iiow , (itlv
44r 4country.~' O)n44 n41ilio t4o be4 sob1i. A\ j "
o ilimax Mig Co0.,5(0%X starr A ve.,Cohunhos141,,0 V
ii A. MtoiOAN, '1'. (. t-Oluxso'i -
Gr'eenille~, s. C. leker~s. M. U
MIt>H(AM & RlO IlNAON,
Attorneys at Law,
P1I~ickens, . C.
C-#7'Praellece hi till Courts, m'eht2st f.
If you want Ithe fitnest P'IUTURENs mile
ini the Slake, go to
Wh~ieeers Stuidio( at
11 le ldee Av'ennte Greenvislie, S. C
O&j- Cr'ayoni P (ortaits a spcially
DR. J. W NORWOOD), Dentist. Dr. No
88~ Main Street, Greeniville, 8. C.
ant. 0, '92 y
D~ R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Green.
l'yle, S. C. Ollico over Addison &
McGen'a Drna Rtonel
w that the Fall and Winter Season is again at hand, and
Cotton has again proved itself King, we wish to call
your attention to the Stock of Goods we
have to sell you. Our line of
nsists of every Style, and is made of every fabric. The
Prices are such as to enable every one to
buy a New Suit.
Trousers and Suits to fit the Boys and Children.
HATS IN ABUNDANCE!
all Prices, and Cheaper and Better than you can get in any
other store in the State.
UIND ER WEAR
From 5o cents a Suit u1P to $5.00.
all the Latest Styles; made by the best houses in the world
UNIVE RSAL SHIRTS!
k to see our UNIVERSAL SIRTS; Laundried and Un
landried. They are said to be the best shirts in
the market for the money.
]EV1 RYT]E[N G.
fact, we have EVERYTHING that is carried by a Clothing
Hat and Gents' Furnishing House.
NO OLD GOODS, and all we ask is a call from you.
Thanking you for past paLtronage we are
THE NEW L0TH1ERS
11"3 and 115 3ain Strieet,
II to the N e
Is Eu~f ciet-4
I lo not manvah lo hotler the re:alers ofl Ti JOUnXA T with aIn hiIh
Vl a vertise.mnt. I infl111 onkl to site a few facts and11 I aml sm-1e vol al
wise enhioleji l) prolit by it. vhen you) c o to (;r:enville it you ar
4y w1l r iv traight. to tlw MammonetAh Drv Goods te of, i. L. I
NTZ and he will give you bargains that will m11ake you hapy.
I will give you
avy Cant on Flannewls for 4I.3c. vl~5.~oeRl~i dld1
rt ing Calicoes 1.14b~iit
ligo Calicoes 4
\.\Wool filled School Bov I)'\heht~ped (
JIeans " 610 *\lg0lJi~t, ~t5 tl 1
D'. Wool filled ~c Scool Rov ? I1i ~l' l o
Janns ~20 g.llcoi
nz. W\ooI filed S5chiool 1ov l ilnotlalwo
Jeans "25 : l oos
rd wie Bleaching (no 'I'ilt po Iiilaa
starch) 5etquiv(ut01Cek ~
dieated ull wool twilled 8 1('noi!liie l alh (
AlldJd ~le o! nwsS. o ol a ts , h iest yl ie yo1.75
b~lL otinch Imrl>rte11i:illiwoo.
()uu' saesunn, ~gen Tinler (at lC ran J. lan lon ar nh,8':(1.0
ce to i r . Come i n .il~e n ftor :-ooroI lve .\ ai cilly Govjc od inwerbogt.i
TRAIToEVER PL'Bi ,
WiMa.E TALK NG A30.J.
Look over the stock; it's ro: 1
and see if you don't agreew h a U. :
two things we alvays meani l) do n
you beCtter goodls than you fYet (els'
the same pr ce ; to sel you the 8 n~
at a lower price than you g'~t thl
Ga . NV LL, C.
F'or the neCxt Thirty D ays we wvill offer Special
'Ae have gone through our Finock and marked them dow~
rprices that .vill make theyd gG Give us a cal Ibefore bu
,and1 save your mnoneyr
Don't fail to see Our. 25 cents Felt Hats.
We carry a beautifu3 line of Stamped ILinen, and Xmas
* Misse~ Rogers,e
WHOLEA E AND RETA1L,
FALL .. SEASON
We begin it by offering to the pu .
lie a large stouk of Dry Goods, con
sistimg of Silks, Woolei and Cotton
I fenrietta and Serges in all the
cotto goods in almost endl~fs
T[hose La Bell Crepons, the very
thing for early fall wear at 12J cents
''hie biggest stock of Flannels, red
and white, plain and twilled, that I
have ever had.
Jluyers of Jeans lill do well to sco
me before buying. I have a big stock
and prices will be made to suit the
Shoes-Mens, women's and chil
dren's Shoes, ull "uilp to (late" and
warranted. 'T'liose who have bought
shoes of me know what, my warrant
Imleans to Satisfy the customer.
DRY GOODS AND SHOES I
1 Penileton St., Greenville, S. C.
Main Street, GREENVIF
IIve now rcadv for sale ill the
Latest it vies inl
HATS, BOMTS AND CAPS,
F'or tl ies, Misses and Children.
.7 Tlo; Th); kO t constantly ott hgid all the
NovIelties A. lowt-t price.'
Y our Iiat trotge solited.
.'a-1 St re.t., Grteenville, S. C.
00il ofilfer geed)
W'o doe5 not
- e,0ugll t'o
BrITchenor's Ant iseptic
ATYs carc riampeor Coii
e Vmp it In e ov re drvgPi+ +011
er . -e it ne no of p A.
oulde~ tf e fJfi ll ru9
I)(blN. Qt(Ai-; A.
J reP~ A A11tts tellb og et
iIor le by:--Dr. o. W. Ea.nr w, Peke,
to .Civ N.tWyn' t aler 111A. Wiliam
erty, l prpryfrt. aini
e Asensset No1 i~tice.711
h The Auditor' ofhicot wlilli bie opll
e t th 0,h< of ebruaryWin 1890,
t receio returniei'is of ea and per
commenigrt \( No(vembor1 thurst
The Amlitor l orlthtn s il
CalhounITuesday, ,Jan. 3-1th
day Jan 151(1thl an luth 180itG
Jun P17tn8t 80
Jgn. 20thit and 2sto of8i9G. i
11 y.iiE Jati. a penlt1 ol50p.
((tt. b-r ine \\tui 18 ostrictlyn 20th
A I t i rh11 v .,sluint.:ak() 189i.
1('t t Ils ~' I '(81 :llb 8.11'0 0110s
. led l tinc t he j'.C l to day 5 il can-.
(ity 8i1115, r(turnedSIO r nlon tof
Towsp s sss wo arCinjn e ro('1
<Pnire byv law to exaino al ret-s
cilt. for( SeIn .d~ n )istrictly IiV
atoin1d tutpon Auitao.(11 ~il
A IIl aI paemt miI 1ad tho
unv. Auks l[uildOingsI nn
< iAd 11(11 .-.V of iae reo4 A ~It.yrn.
10.vh andh ov.prowilpas