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LOCAL NEWS. 1.(
-11ss. Hattie Hlarris has returned home. --The
-Mr. Lessene, of Kingstree, spent a few While t
days in town this week. church Ll
--Mrs. T. ). 1arris visitedq relatives ened.
in Oreenville County last week. -Eil
-J. F. Wells who has beenl on a visit to the col)
North Carolina returned last week. discharg(
-Eugtne Alexander went with the par- 8evere oi
ty which left here last week for the World's not subly
-The boys who went up on Keowee
last week fishing reports plenty of fish and EnITo
a nice time. to give
-Thie colored people are carrying on a We aI
protracted meeting at the Baptist church (rops of
at this place. fair to hx
-Tyg abundant fruit crop this year has The(,- C
give the merchants a tine trade on fruit are gett
jars and cans. rapidly,
-Miss Helen Shumate, of Greenville, their hI
and Miss lary Clyde, of Easley, visited bos-ses il
in town last week. monley *
-Mr. and Amrs. Prince, of Fort Hlif, I suppo:
visited AIrs. Prince's parents Mr. aid Airs. the neg
J. 31. Neely last Sunday. they Irr
-This oillee is prepared to do all kiids tried to I
of jo') work with neiatness and dispatch on was, tli
short notice at, reasonable prices. On1e of t
- Mrs. J. L. Thoriley, Mrs. B. F,. it aroun011iC
Kramer4Miss Sut(e Kramer al 13ertran negros I
Thornley are visiting ill Aiiders-m this the tlr-ell
week. they w
-Col. Cal. Caugman failed toget the po. And I I
sition of realdiig clerk in IIe U. 8. Senate, f
but lie will get another job there at $',om 11(
per year. i-ig m
-Earle bloseley, it prominent and well haimppenie
to do citizen of this comity died at his intId swc;
h1omi1e 01n tile 15tlh in1ist. of dropsy. ie was negro li
41 years old. his r0ca.,
-1r. Thomas Sloan was in town last o"I.,kc
week foi* few days. IIe jined his faimi- hle wul
ly who ir. stopping at the Jeiiniigs house im 1l
or a while. rustitionl
-The new press for the Journal arrived proilleti
last week and has been put in positio. rant for I
'Tle first issue on the new press will be run is til! on
off this week. that has
-The youig people of the towi and !i"
community enjoycd I tllemnse!vvs Ver-y mu1111ch except I h
ait at latWn1 par11ty atL Mr. 1I. A. Riche-3's last
n ~tractor 1,
-Judge Simonton has issued an order
for an extra Session of the Unitd(' Si'ate('S
Court to be held t lie 3d Mondav in January
1894, instead of the regular February term. K \ox v
-sanl Joies saYs hurrah for Tilliman i -
arning his spies ailud ordeiniiia them to In adesire
Shoot down any one who offers to insult or or less ar
hinder them ill the performanice of their w.is6al
-The county board of control for Lm- tie :m
rens couity refused to establish a dispei- left Spart
sary it Latirets because tie petiticin did i. y*(st(l
not have a majority of the frte-iolil tiful an1
voters. Si: t: h
--Juilge IIudson has leen honored wvitht t.iO.
fiml inutation to dehiver anl a<hhe..' (nihelri
"Jurisprudence and Reformn Law'ma the Your. eq)
WorlW's Congress of lamyers at Chicag". 1111e, b
-Inteligcnicer. We i
-A sleeudid meteor was visilble tull-'1,igh- diallY tm
out a large portion of the Slate oi T I - lls.
day night about ,9 o'clock. It fell in al Tis is
im rsh six mt Ile. from Sav aninah and was as h"lly ':
large as a b:urel. hole i i
-The Camperdown "%ills of Greenville 'Tie
are now runing on hialf time--Nlondays, Knoxill
'Tuesdlays and( W~edlnesdlays. The sti ingen- steady,
cy of money malltters5 has1 produ(htced this con- Hno
traction of labor da3 s- enitireo y
-The protracted imeeting at Grihlin a1)1ulea
chul1rch last week resulted ini hive alccessionsi talit of'('
to the chluirch amul a L-renit rev ivalI oh tihl saw al
mnembhers. Revs. .J. TI. Burdinle 1and J. T. "ull""d)
D)obsoni done1 thle p)reacing. han)ho'n
-M%rs. J1. it Ihi.rins is vlisitinlg iier' (atne to
grand( lather Mir. .Jer'e Lonoper. Altr. lIig- i Se-rI. -:
gins inuteiided( spenin'g~ aiwhliel with iis but1 lhe h
wife at, Mr. Loo per's hut was eatll'd to ilSI ino It
Rtichmond, Val , to rieve an'V operaI('torl whlo be'
there., overl I' il'k
- Assistant district attorievs Itagood ie
andl C_oehratn, T1. i. Bhttl'er, (of t. lin, t1l11 ir
Misses. bA/izi and1 Juhila llodgers, of New d'ilfereni
Orieanis and Mliss Mia (Capers, ofi 'Carles- 'I'l) .
toin, spent, ha st Sunlday with Ii r. and( Als li lllj
J. McD). Bruce.an a
--Arr'ivedl at the Ambiiler llus la5' :st Ne w
week: Mri. P'er'y S,nithI, GeorIgeto wni; MTu.1
lisses51 Bet tie and1( E'vai LipscombeIil, Z,l 0i 'hee w'i
Elmmna Burti, Mr. iilarrshal i"iniy, Mut. I. ( rieek e
La. A umbler, oft Gr'~envi lie; andl i. W. 11. 'The Sun
Amb)ler. of Gaffnbey City. Ivitd to I
--Dr. Wt. J1. Bloweni spent last Siuday C 11!(
Bowen. TIhoe friendios of Dr. IBowen will It n0
be1 gladt to know that lhe is well situai'tedl
hils a tlatterinig pri' ce aul is v'ery sue1' rnv l ri
cessful. le ret,urnled Mlonday.tewa
-A negro was lynched at Greenwood happyl)~ "<
last MndaI:y for the usual crimie. He acs.|nee,I' all
sauilted a respectale ldy and wold( have'o i (ilGel
alccompliisheod his feindilishi purpolses but I a it ing1
for a1 seve'r' dog. lIe was ('auight am111lin'xt Surl
p)romllpt.3 lyispose'd of. T1he niegr'oe's hielped v'al I ha:1
to. lynch him i. ha:1 1over
I 1i1i rej
-James! L, 0. ~Thlompi)Ion loft he're last it. is
Monday for' Wes'tmhhist (I'r wher'e he( will ('lit i
take eliarge o)f thle lBanner'l. WeO coi- nIot 5(o m
S mend hiin'to thle lpeole ofl Westmni::ister tuiil
an cne ont in ope ht e a We. I;
receive a libera)iI lipatr'onageg. hie 'has 1I110 II t;(
e'xper'ienice mi thle newsin'pe b1101 usincoe al lon' to I
if enicourIago'd widIlI dunt less suceceedh ini
his new enterrliise.
"-Ini the U. S C2ourt 1Fln ian 118it Iri
(day Mlihael Alrtn wa~%is 'convi(ted( of1 We m
(list ililig and senlt.enedl tol this jail tor i' haX hit"Iet''
weeks, and( Il eury West hlih, r('tail ing, I i thi '
guilty. (one weekd in this jaiil. The tZrand I I b''s
jtury retuirnedl true hill s aginlst CI. I *. i,ar. have'' jI
rett, .J. Wesley (Owens and11 Thomas111 .1. hrili
1liarrison for dIefrauiling1i thle governmlenit 1perien1<
and( WV. V. Ilole'n for' illicit (distilluing. We'i
-Dispenser Cartle're, of Columblia, is a tbe thirt<1
member of the fillthiodist churc'(h of thatit miaon firs
city. llis palstori, lto'v. s. P. II gIwe!i fIli
wrote himi a letter tellinug him l t hat chIargl's I'
had been prelered( againist him for se'llim, t - l(
liuour yndo calledo Itpon him to resign li"h i the'
polsitiIon and( enigage ini a buiss 115 thiat wall ~o
not sminii. iIe was I'tted to appearl be'fore(hV''
the churchel for1 t rial hit rofused to do so overn tll
aiid 11ohl the churhi' to ) its woi.st that hi ti
7 d(id niot iutend to give up~ the (hispensarliy- lie gath1
- Who ar'e they ? What are they?,rIios his
What Is their 1bus3 iness ? Thwo men(1 pass'edl as) yourll
thirough hiere last, Mliday verIy i.abbliily OI ou eli
dressed claimning to lie precaceors. One a'll ig
had( an overc('oat, at bile iandl a hymniii book. ,i num.
the other hadl a hymn bouok and ian itum
burella. One had11 sm'u0ly hea'ird on iii s face
the olther' had1( lacik mu1lstachie iand thlino Goodl
scattering black beaIrd. Th'ley salidl thiey and11 11ro1
wold pireaich or' lecture'l2 whein andl wherelov- I '''.
er perm'ilittedl andl claimed11 to possess' p)owe'r i'esi.h-nie
throughl faith in Chlrist to dIal the sick. ow'nIeS
Th"ley said1 they weu'e tati st and was problllll
preaching the old Bapjt i%t faith ami)1 religi',ii Rev.
take iouy stock ini iormnilsm 'hhey w 'hich i
claimed to he fohlowing the D)ivime injIuine- theo ('ien
tion to go preach withiouit money.3 il am 31r. .\
without, scrip)t., anid saidl the(y dlid nmot as5k ( rouicl.
money') oif aniy mlan but wouild do any kind Esr
oIf manIliual labor for' support. The soandly IN'ortl
hearded tel low said lhe wasR fr'omnea oniI'I theli'
Westmnuister, bunt wve couhil not learn
where the0 other fellow wias from, nolr [This
cO)ol we learnt thleir' nameis. Mlany of onr hlo k p'
citiz,ens thinuk t hey are Tilimain spies amdI sihouhl I
wi tatways thlink so unmt il conii'inced to La:..
the contruary. Th'ley left hier'e guing ~in * .e to us5 i
dicn bofe tohIaadmi hywr potue
We will give FIVE I
Grown from seed bou
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
Old NotldlierM Ie Nic.
There will be. an omd soldiers pic ilic
asl on ttdA the 2d day of Septen
Vtr n1ext. A11 old confederIies liviig I
1aci of l:sley are cordially invited, 'wit
icir 1:bilies, to attenl. All who1 con
,ill be cxct ed to draw from the coli
iissary, at least two days rations, ai
ring al.ig, ready cooked. that the coll
land Inuty go oi a march if the cominnam
ig (.4-neral so directs. Let the boys )ln<
-ain 1 hevotiaek around lie camp-fires, at1
Ilk overl the stvies of thirty years agi
'ie pic ic is being given under the an
ces of Japr l lawitorni Camp of coi
4i-erale veteuais, No. 1285. 0rdlers ha
(.(.I issuld to hold the pic tic and the
-ill be ,trictly oheye<d.
.1. It. Gossicrr,
1.G .11is o.,;
JON A. lio;INs,
- I. J. Be w i:s,
J. T. 1301.
AI.vA MC WHORTE11,
Are Voti (Goin:r to ChIlengot
If so go via. Asheville, N. C., anld Kno.
le, Tnn .ran.1 m1ointainl scenery
cv fast time from Asheville. Eleg'a:
111rou lullhan c:r Ieaves Astheville dail
..In, p. in: arrives ( Chicago next atter
>n I.-5. Always travel via. the Olt
eliable southiern Passiiger Line, tle E
,\. & (. B. W. VtENN,
n. P'azs. & Tkt. Agt., Knoxville, renn,
C, W. Mlum-ny, Tkt. Agt., Asheville.
'Mts. Wiitslow's Soothing Syrup fo
lildrell Temtliig" "oftels the gums, re
tes intiamation, allays pain and cure
ind colic. 25c. a bottle.
lii0NTER Emm Y
T ONl , NI.iR\ INF. 1 lI001) t'I lI I I
l.ike t'itres i.ike.
lhe Poi isont of the Swahili tins its Atti)te
Foir 'I ala rn. Net vasineiss, I taiiIgest iot. 1 y
>r M <iNTI-:1 ILF.Y. It lhe does nott keepi it, we wI
-n- y vii a hiree buttIle, explre's purepil, otn r
tipIt oft~ it.>
Floreno"e. -. t'.. I 'rips. iti Mfirs.
t 'hi rliertotih Sta te A gents.
south Carolina Colleg<
COLUMBIA; S. C.
'ssein 1 eginis Yeputeinbier Sit:1. lotnr ('ouirsc
lassiiI, I,iteriiry . Scietitieut, andi I.nw: wi
eltive s t, ies ini Iihihe r uIisses. New'c (;yti
utn. Well i pluintedl 2ahotiriires, lheiicu
hiysieni1. Iit ilianl etc'. Nece(ssariy l:Xxpens~
Foir futhler infurmtt itnalldresse the lire
Thle exeriies of this liuslitutltin tire expect
M. t n iu te for t i tiIt:~t ii titnul
iie, if titit itti hiavi beeni nilujpted buy the TFri
t'riner' (hiss- !l.::Innetrs ii iglisht ... $ I
rit t'i0.i1.h. <itirnp y, iiii.'nr. ,i. I.
.\''nwlc I 'his i in any ii abv hinwhts. . 2
th I.ititi.(iarik itr .\lgehtit, A.. 2
i'in inigetf. 5 ei per sslsin.
.\1 wthit einiir the sichooil us pupi ilk. wiltlihe
innibh for5.i eiitint (vr tlin.It: lofeierne
il rt :Osere of th1iv1onh piteuliss thw
ti pivote i0 henwtili it t f t e kter.
nTi i in ilw a if d to et anit . ieh ram1 h1n
alus whoot nl it i s hopeit t hatIit lthe 1 fin tm
ifa entiittu m'itit. rial h-io ul tn e tis et
:ni'.. 'lndn-te raste0.of hon inft ilifrs-I
tiidi "att t ioth whooi( li' l n be nitrn
hastoughou the, Clontiiy df itc knen
wrtlby notledirto cl i o tihe rmaddha
li:tn thei liecti' rmti, a ol ha
'nd tion. ha n said road will
udre #t at41 fmneiat lo an theh Ca
w strelly nor13d agit any oers1.
Cuxl.trlhand r f te comlyt wth,
-oiili.on, if it r(unie itIhs thefu nymber
flys~ to dieso, toroughl ith e on en
uni srotdi,and (h -ii how toi the mii ttk ie
Au . :-1. Ch. 'aV inna B.C. C. P.
ots eq SntntOnL o CUCH.Ail
Hou ettend.iri . eo
GTTIF O TIS DAROLIN1
County ofI Pick.nC,
OLLARS for the
ght of us. We have only
(I LIX, M. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL. D., Pres
Two Full Coursen.
Necessary expensen for one year, One 11up
dred and I'll*y Dollarm.
For Catalogine address.
J.%. G.\M EWMEL1L,
Seeretary of 0ault
e Now is the time to learn a gooi
This School is now open again fo
instruction in W atchmakin"g and Jew
e lry in all its branches. We turn ou
Y fine mechanics in from six to ii,
months, and satisfaction guarantee(
Good board can be had at $3.00 pe
week. Now is the time to begii
while trade is dull.
Send for our Prospectus and terms
References: Any merchant or ban]
Send us repairs by mail. You wil
receive them next dav after they at
rive here. Fine workmanship is ou
Optical Parlor where you can ge
your eyes examined free of charg,
when in the city.
School Badges and Class Ring
made to order at lowest rates. Price
of everything furnished on applica
VW-Od gold and silver taken i1
payment for work done or for cash.
H. P. COLLINS,& CO
113 Washington, at.. Greenville, S.
This Ahinanack has just r.eceiv~ed
nice lot of Porcelain linedl Ket ties an'
Agate ware for cooking fruits an'
A litt.le of everythuing in Tinwa
andl Cr1ockery and Lamnps, Lanuteri
Lots of new Dress Goods, She
A new line of Furniture, Oak am
-~ A large lot of Chabms and ahnt
(0 everythihlg in house keeping goods.
B!O Juilding miateriail, W\\agon0 Materi
e. and everything in H1rrdwvare, toget h
"- w'ith all nleesisary To' ols, P'ainits, Oi
reVarnishes, White Lecad andt Bruash
(Come n d look Ioiverl our' Sto<
A.sk for what you wantt.
'2 W. T. McFA LI
,The Great English Remedy,
iura.Pnar to r era
~ toca In.Emlen o,aipe
- ' ocr prscrlb over
rn ht~ for Wo>'g Prn
~efors andAf/tr. uo.4.ifhoTrto
letter. and w will send hy return raiLJrcec
e ad re A' o ICieu.
) Sald in P ckens and <ver ywhere
all reapnn h n Drnerriium.
t. gone a
The Greenville 1\
Mt anu factu rers of Doors, Sash, I
Store and oflice fixtures.
Flooring", Ceifling, We, ath er-boardinl
1 Church Pews.
We keep ia large stock of Glass,
r nientioned Materials und ean shll n
When you wanit J.ttoml Prices
s 4d-We Manufacture our- own gom
March, 23rd, 1893-m1G
WeV ofTer at 'UlI)Ut(s ElI U1(S,
is . . SUIINE H. C.
8 G W.NIitIE,Supler'iul
CLOSING .. I
dise, Sto re F ix tures
oueJ-thirdl cash blan
Is, Collars, &c. A few
us- &c, &c.
~k- pu1rchase to cXIal(n
If not1 sold in) hl)lI
for Spe)(cial IHargainls
tEGE sFirst come11
(J. D. Smith i
Here we are Again
Bacon andii Lard as cheap as~ canl
A splenidid Coffete 5 lbs $1.00. A
_I uar1 to 18 lbs for $1.00. A t
-odaL 6 lbs fo r 25 cnts. T1obacca
a A very goodi tobacco4. for 7 b ents a
Flouir fromn $3.50) to -14.35 ii#.r ha
ro ckery ands Tinwar tookV cheap(I(li
8 Dry13 Goods, Notions, Hts, Shoes:
Have just returned from mnarket
line whichi I prop)oso to give cuistom~
Comno anId see me and1( be0 convYinc
IJiar". 1021. t'2.,1l
ge lot of Mason's Improve(
ily Tumblers, just receil
ruce & Co's.
inds of Spices and Vinegar
Lard and Sugars and othe
nan who sold cheaper thai
id the other fellow who
) it and can't do It.
ve to trade with you.
ome to see us.
g, Alouldiu, oBaluster, Brackets an
Oils, Paink, Varnish and all the aIo
shI rt ni otice.
)n 1Uiding Alaterial call oin or wri' 0 I
Is and will nlot, be u1n"ersold.
4Arcenaville, S. C.
ies and Wagons
llNIE AND IW-Y.
DUTF .. SA LE
G~oing at Cost.
>tire Stock. of .\Ir'chan
It oft ll'.avy\n .1:any
Stoves and( l'ixtuires.
te anly onle wishing to
exam ine1 our Stock.
we will continute to of
until en tire Stock is dis
LWIS & SON.
P'i(Ikens. S. V.
r, Co's Old Stand.)
With Prices to Su:
)(e found aniywhiere.
rbu~ck1le' oas8ted Ciofleo 25 cents y
d nlow is the t ime to buy13 it for it is
from 23 cents to Go cents per poml
rl''. Haive ju;st reCcei ved a fresh~l su1p:
and( MeCdicines.( (dcner than the che;
VJhPro I p)icked upl some1 bargains in t
:rs the benefit of.
DIE & ?
I Fruit Jars
red at Ita
i we do is
RUCE & CO.
Freel Free I1
For the next, three er four months we
I will d'ffe Free of Charge to any (if ourcus
tomers when their cash )uIrchases at our
store hiave ailnounted to
d Ten Dollars
A life size Crayon and Ink Portrait of any
l1l'hotograjpl you ma11y feect. Now if you
0want a good life size Portrait of yourself
or any fri"Ildm now is the time to get it.
Th1es, beautiful Portraits (a specimen of
whicb ive exhibit at our Store) arethe same
si/.e bit nuich better pictures than you can
flor Ten Dollars
or more. Hence we consider this avery lib.
vral 0ter for we only ask you to buy of us
go(ls to the amntint of I'en )ollars and
We assure you that, we will sell them as
low as the lowest. Ilow can we afford to
give yu a Teii )lar Crayon and Ink Por
trait of Yiur'elft and oily require you to
trade only tn d(Ill-ars.
- Nov this is a <piestion often asked by
our ainished cust'iners, but, all we want
you to do is to come to Greenville and call
on us and we will show and prove to yoll
that we are doing just as we promised.
ve have a trade from Pickens county
that wve are jtistly proud of and we most
cirlially invite every reader of this adver
ti,einio to visit our store when you come
to Oreenville and see what we keep. We
'lm n't compell you11 to buy. Wer have just
gone' thlrmough our immense stock and cut
the life out of prices in
Milliniery, Laces, Table Linens,
an<il l~I ins, ITowels. Crash.
White Goodls, es, l)oylies,
lnek andl Plaid White Quilts,
or;gandies, I 'Jaini Lawns and
anid 'I~ia a Nain- Muslins. Fig
stioks, f,atce ur- tured Swvisses,
tainis. I,adiies Cream 'White
and 3Misses I [ose, and lilack
K 1ol andl Fabr mie Minuti, Fine
iloves, labik Ginghams,
and (colreitd Linen Lawns,
Mitts. Winsor Infant Caps,
Tlits, 1-'ine' Fans, Cologne and
'olorted I >ress Extracts, Face
t ls, Trim- P~owd(ers, Toll
mainga &e- et waters, Bay
Fanicy Foaps, Rum,
anid in fact ('very thIng pertaining to stum
tmer god wvill bie offered to you for less
harelvalue. Conme to see us you will
neve regret, it.
T. A .Walker & Bro.,
N~ ilMain St., Gr'eenuville, S. O.
[ apr27 -tkhm3.
Ibay in .Juily, Aug'ust, Septemnbcr orOcto.
he.In when ayour cotton Is turned into
Spoat (alh pr'ices ! No Interest ! Just
a lit Ie et'('h dlown anmd tihe bialance next
That's the piroposition. That's our
speci ad suna ur saile.
I 'ianos . '25 ('ash1 andI balance Novem.
- her 15th, 18913.
Or'gans $10t cash and balance Novem
ber I 5il, 193
Retmneimbeir lowest cash rates. No ad
vanc'. N\o i nteres'ut.
I y'ou cani't comre in and.talk It over and
tjust drop us a line.
.JOIIN L IIAYNIE & D)AUGHlTERS,
Greenville. 13. C.
'lTh' ratlroatd has not yet come to Picns, bu
I n 'tl'im in spetaking i staine of the ralltroad
it. iyou aire ini Ialsl'y or lPIckens and wish t
talk to anyvonet in te othmer townl, just step to
the' lihon'' IItali it n ll t on yI WSu wan.
-Ollats protiiijtly Itasmitt:-d and correct
nelIa~ irteed.'i All miessagel,for Pickenisarid
41 PlCKiN5 TliLI'ilONE CA.
his IDenni,, Liver Asuistant, also P'ala
Wheni we have harmlesx cleansing remnediles in
te htnse' thati grow im our own State that the
intotther emnn give andh ('tre varIous diseases im
hier I imily y.Iitout injury antd save a large bit
of e'xpenseMt, tt shoiws health c'onditions in PIck
ea Vou nty that will t:e inviting to clapitalitL
anl give at igheir.valule to reat estate.
n(ta w nv e,.m sn L. Dcni a., -t'iekens, iS. C., wilt keep a hup.
riff McDaniel received one ho: r b r
U. S. Court L:ist wevk, Cailliouu
Who was sentenced to one imlonith
protracted meeting it the Baptist
ast week e6osed ci Thursday night
here were nto neceusions to the
lie ieibers were greatly strength.
nia Wvalker, who ha11s been teaching
red schoo! it this place 1has becei
d iud C. T. Miller elected to
termn. It is vaid thatt ste was so
the pupils that the patronis would
It. to it.
News Fraom Ocognc.
It SiKNiN:F.: I will a At tempt aigainl
your readers ai few thoughts and
Imi over here.
4C nloW haIViIg plelty of Iain and
all kilds are looking tite and bid
ourtney 31m11ifacturing company
ing along with their work very
but on1 the 12th instant thev Come
vilig a serious trouible. One of
Ilds (a legro) repolted to the
at ainlother negro lid stolen some
rom hii and they went to werk,
;e to investi-er:1 the matter. But
) ncusedt hail lft th le works but
stedl himl). through another negro
lawv an1d brougliht him back anti
lit 1i t) tell where the ImoneyC% .
lie -al he had stolen no money.
ie bosst's then got 1 rope and i ied
i tli- egroe's wrist n111 Iby ao her
eadiig strted o %T with lii with
.thihat if he did not get the ilonei:.
ul give: himi a huiiicred laslw.l
mnderstamd they put it oil to him ,
I to get the money. They brought
1a41l1 tied him. By this time the2
Is off for. dinn(1r, lan1d most of thwnem
tr(es 14141 findin u what had
OIm(e of th11-1i hegzan to rll-se
i. and denuml I-t nlease (f the
it was tied but fliilingo to prc-ureb
;c 0neC (of tle mllost <h4eriniled and
24 0(1e il ihe crow d said if those
I him dliltinot un1tie him that
I eut hi1 loose. Tley rehitsed
hie Iullae for (Ather part" wvith inl
h 4r44 those ne.:roes thit had
his release to o 111 get a war
.ose that hald whililed him. This
ly di.ttii.ubane of a:y%- c11se,piomCe
heet [i these \\,orks, i11twith
Icarly allt the rIOrr are -n egres
V Ce.ITI-llers. All the bi!ss-s .11e
'41 eXCCpt the (14ne' at1 tle brick 111:1
ild le ika1 c"lmt-4d 111.n1 ;tilul a (n
it tail }patt of tle wm-k.
Nvulws (On thleWn..,a
i-.1.:, ENN., A IS. 18. --- The Pres. M
o41 huis l:l . dhvil.glt fill trip So far. ht
11 wy the pairty is :111 that collidl T
1. A iilng tle i hl:nred more G
e folnil much of ilhe beaty, wit,
an4d eli '(1141ice of the Palmetto
T'4.4ughITillml: is in CIica"'o,
1'.-t 1himn at 11414n.. Thie pirty CI
-: ir by 41 til-r ar trailn : p. di
l 'lev :11 41yei Ile beall- W
subt)bine m1li:1niln SeerV li wel ni
iV :il A-11-ville. ThIcy (dil the
NsI-evilli. in ilinv S1y1 441 the elhc
andu. all v!,jr)ye( 11h, ir slppe1r ill
t ilminntain air m14141 the hlotels.
itevmpbralrY thle 1l1111, ate4h , lo
II Ie is ill tine shapl this llmorning.
t Ashevlte 11 1: 12 .ii1l wire ('rM
t it P'0i1 1ck Iy the 1. T. \.
4 i2i 1 i n 41441 l'estitih lid t 1.
e firt time on reni' that anyl
s so i t at 'aint Rmock. It is a
le auild. a p-sit'llive 1t41 a foot
tIle st 4 t4 lo the itel.
ille ver the F. T. V. & G. to
e is simly - hlightful. It is
uire, reliale :nn41 swi ft.
.rtyl. and1( it was1 easlily, pleaisatlyI)
its fine electrie ca;r servi2ce. WAe
oF its hiles, iivers, hills5 an44d ales
i the' 42 f42inntance4 of some1 of its
u-A t2 ciis. The11 tri h:24 :nh 1not
re long beforiie ai 42in4 loo4kin-! 441:11
1man4 lIe hi:il nieer 54(en him,i
l marrier 4421 - 4224 f his5 prettyI cu - .x
wan1tedl to nIert 2-ome1t of her kin
it. Iot thle Sr.Nr4N1t. manil will
n a1 thin.:41 '4 wo1-l I'l hi.s return. Ile e~
- or 141m 1irst consins42 ill this (eit. r
r thlem go) in' (Chiiago teiday by a
4442n: l'lenice ~iive notic that' 11
iIl he .( hilh-n'4s (lar it (Giblen's
41lav School1 s anni4'll ha2ve been1 in1
att end ihal lIt)211!Il.ers who24 wlil'. S
no4, rotn0e 211. Iirm w1 ~ ell Itilledi
Ic 1e4141' 1 wasl givingI 244 2ieco4unt4 4
I:-1 agai. I have b'eien holingl r
14c'im44V' for,4 th'it4orwes
ly th I ,44ni has been'4 with 4m1e all
I ,ast Smll ayl4~ I l:iptisedl sieven
m21virts in1 ('on)r12 r C ~2 reek 142 (Oco.
Voun men. 414, and14 at F,nor(e(e( church,
-44e 1 1n-1n infr ty14444 Tet lmrihi
:441n lneb 'er,- theimost of14 whom~
ilem1in' the l2K, 1144nIl4.5
tre 24 live4 Vly chol tanab14tli by i5s
:etl-'r. I for one 4411 may 141 sIhe live
TI. 1". Ni.s >:N.
4 thainkfulI to say thai:t tIs siction
V i.itedl withi4' opi-u 2sholiwers dur1
.1. T'. Ihmiine241 14nd .1. I'. I) 4hson4
is' el:sed a1 ser11 s (of meinig it
Sinn4 ly in Se l - e.ler ) '
411e o ourIVi1: abe1t22.i 4 promui:'y ors
141el 4i- 4'' 4astor (of that4 (chureb1.
noun2ions' 'a fewv~ days1 2g for. i tIll
14. it 144444 &..'rni4 autfhoity tha:t
r1 TiIfbnin hirs ir' Sf4i5 in Ibis
O:."214 4(ltii,n. N. 11,h y,
rmg4L. 11( 45 is eyim) :nn1 tail 11 -4
Iim'4d up,~ his1 nose21 is ab1out11 21s long. .
11r41 and14'' 41rooks in the mitl4!42 like<
i4w1. Ile i' Cluite alfableh(, aiccommo1.
14d seemL'is to want41 to be~ a genitle
F1romf 3Hoek. -
ra2ins5 havie falleni in this se4ction
is ar44 I(loibg 11ine,
!. I;. l!u)wen1 isi bihhng a1 !4umm444-.
I on 44Ihis I lace1' at SIii'keni ( ap. 11(e
4ite acres5 im th14:4 seijton and4 will
4silIled ill 2-ixteenl being4 athlled to
44f (Ih-.rbs-n. hI tie been4 visiting
(:-..vil.. .\"- i-iin 41conlven44ed
('orrespondence'1(' was2 mailed1(1 at
oistoll-i' (1n thI- 4Ath in12tant 44411
ive reachil 44 b t'he44 I lh ait the
In0244'i! -f iht it was n1(ot (delivered'4
2mti 24 hIs Mt.44'fV1 Wei m 2lttCsome