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newevt styles known to the
fashba world' are noW display
ed by
83, Mai St. Greenville, S. C.
These gorments are the finest specimens of the tai'orinig
art and without exception the most tastefully-made good
ever shown in Greenville,
Is it not to your interest to buy where you flan combine
style qmaality and economy? This can be done at
83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C.
We are stocked from Cellar
to Garrett with every thing
knowa.to the Clothing trade
and at -such prices as will sur
prise even thc. passer-by.
LOOK I 0ONSID I'
259 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00
350 " " 7.50 " 11-00
250 " 8.50 " 12.50
175 '- " 12.00 " 16-50
.275 " " 15.50 " 20.06
300 " "16.50 " 25.00
,A full line of Boys and Childriens Shirts at the same
roportionl.
And as for Overcoats, and Rubbers. "Mcintosh" Coats,
we can compete with the wvorld, in both styles, colors and
IIFTHESE GOODS Must be sold at once Regard
less of profit. Be sure to call at 83 Main Street, before
Iii ying.
H. ENDEL,
83 Main Street,
November, 1-.94. GRLEENVILLE, S. 0
nIeradarh. AddefnlnoEi, . EEUO.,a. oni T ml e, l~ s o G. os
Ha eev d husalos of firo e U enr~t ris, ofis - se x csed
FAes. ke0.06."o", ' forQ~'Id'nIhaS r we
yon enn attd i e oo pa e old blanc
.. .e nVikem. ..~' le witY J'U ea~L~ p t wi.) >
4 - - .- -'- Omen b t k ag n t h e C e.
I paythe ighest picesfor rpro wh r o tretl y u fae
CORH Nthataa. ostryiuiott i p et et~ ltCo
AnNE wils o od i xhnea h YO Wedltt mayorke ice'bt wouldt rath
oRtmembtr thaton keep teverything indthe
FALL le oinecm ofnet
grnad r God.ctonCoU lie cmon, s. c.. im
pay the ~ ~ illafhig est prices for 00r w a:0otr1t o
lew~tf.ur. EolUN T..LAwi . J. MoRIs.
If. 0. BowEN. L. E. CHILDRKss.
1OWEN & C1IIDIRESS,
Attorneys at Law
Pickens. S. C.
Oct 5. 1893.
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist, Dr.
W. Mt. Ncnwoon, Assistant. Office,
88j Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Jan. 9, '92 y
Dt. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gro-m.
M ille, S. C. Office over Aadison &
McGee's Drug Store.
DR. W. F. AUSTIN,
enatimst,
SENECA, S. C.
Will be at Centralthe 2nd. week and at
Pickens the 3rd. week in each month.
August 23rd. 184
DR. DYERS
PRACTICAL AND 80IENTIFIC
20 years experience. Graduate from nfit
Schools-under patron ge of highest Medi
cal authority, inakes and properly adjusts
any style Spectacles. Oice over )r. Ad
dison's Drug Store, Greenville, S. C.
June 28, 1894,
1. E. HAGOD, J. l. THORNLEY, .Ja
L. C. TIORNLEY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS,,
Livoly, ied, sale & a11608 stables,
Easley and Pickens, S. C..
(Oppomite Hotel.)
Carriages, Buggies, and Saddle Horses, at
reasonable rates.
W Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLAlK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
Dealers in
ail ani oranite mQomeQnti,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURES made
in the State, go to
Wheeler's Studio,
113 McBee Avenne Greenville, S. C
W Crayon Portraits a specialty
April 7-y.
For Rent.
I NOW HAVE TWO GOOD
TWO HORSE FARMS, for
which I wan t goo(I Tenants.
C. L. HoLLINoSWORTH.
Oct. 1, 1894.
Dealei ir.
WtcNes, iamonds & JeweIry
GREENVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
IEI[ EMLN[RY.
WVe have returned from the Northern
andi Easter~n miarkets' with a full line of
MILJINEJRY. iucluding all the Novel
ties of the season.
We are closing ont our Di4RSS GOODS
at a great sacrlince.
A line of L~ A DIES' fsHOES, In sma~ll
sIzes, att half-price.
MISSES ROGERS.
415 Coll'ee St., Greenville, S. C.
Oelober 11, 1894.
Notice to Debters and Cr'editors
All pesn having claims agamnst
the Estate of Jacob M. King, doe
ceased, are notified to present the
same to the undersigned, properly
approved, on or boforo the 1st day
December next. Persons indebted
to said Estate must make pay ment
on or before time above mentioned,
MARGARET C. KING,
J. MONROE KING,
Oct. 18-3t Administrator
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanoo
ga. Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.']
consider it the best rernedy foi
a debilitated system 1 ever used.'
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidne3
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents
old by all druggists.
Trespass Notice.
All persons are hereby warnlc<
not to trespass on our lands ii
IPickens County, either by hunt
ing, fishing, or ini any way enter
Sing upon thet samne.
it Ri. A. Bow EN
~: OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER
MIGH ARM, vHIS srVLE, ONL.V S6.09
EI.A QaHa..P
- .C RED. W iln
aLROE TRIAL BoTTL
FALL AND
STOCK COMPEE
Everything In Readiness
for Cold Weather Wants.
PRICES! Well here are a fow
samples.
1t Whito Blankets, 65c.
All wool Red flannel, 121c.
Extra heavy all wool red twilled
flannel, 15c.
White flannels from 12c., to
50c., per yard, guaranteed fully
twenty-fiv6 per cent, under value.
White Canton flannels at 5, 7, 8,
and 10 cents, that are world beat
ers.
JEANS! Here we are strictly in
it. Good Jeans at 10 cents and
20 cents, at 25 cents we sell you
the bost makes (all wool filling)
of Georgia and Tennessee goods.
Awns and ,ldies plaiii and rib
bod w iter weigh t undor vest, f rom
25 cents to $2.00.
34 inch Henrietta and Cassi
more in black and colors at 15c.,
a yard.
36 inch all wool dress flannel at
25 cents.
54 inch all wool dress flannel at
50 cents.
MrNOW HERE 1
25 Yards extra heavy Shirting
for $1.00.
21 Yards, yard wide Sea Island,
for $1.00.
* 50 Dozen Childrens Heavy rib
bed Hose, at 5 cents, well worth
12- cents.
Our Shoo stock is just full of
go( things for Babios, Childron,
lton and Women. The bost Ladies
$1.00 Shoes to be had anywhere.
Mail orders will receivo prompt
attention. Call on us at 15 Pen
dloton Street.
Ae IN Peelreaf
Nov. 8-94. Greenville, S. C.
FERGUSON BROS.,
Jobbers of CIgars and Iobacco,
I07 MAIN-8TREET,
GRtEENVILLE, s. C.
Now is the time for sowing
field seeds. When you want tc
buy
Orimson Clover Seed;
Red Clover Seed, )
Kentucky Blue Grass Seeds,
Orchard Grass Seeds,
Silver Ball Onion Seed.
Pompeii Onion Seeds,
Or any other Seeds, go to
FERGUSON BROS.
And when you want to buy
Coffee, (Seed-tick, Rio,)
Flour,
Sugar,
Lard,
Bacon,
Cigars,
Tobacco,
Or anything in the Grocery line
go to FERGUSON BROS.,
107 Main-st., Greenville
Oct. 18
hoes This
Hit You?
The management of the
Equitabie Life Assurance
Society in the Department of
the Carolinas, wishes to se
cure a fewv Special Resident
- Agents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this
A Rare Opportuity
It Is work, however,and those
who succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgment,
tact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community.
Think this matter over care
ully. There's an unusual
opening for somebody. If it
fits you, it wvill pay you. Fur
-ther information on request.
" W. J. Roddey, Manager,
ft Rock 1101, S. C.
ASSOCIATION,
d
An Oganisation Nattenal In Its ,
Heopre. 84
el
FORMED BY SOUTHERN GROWERS. a
n:
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 14.
The cotton growers convention re- ti
assembled to-day and organized n
an association to be national in
its scope for the better protection ti
of the planters' interests. P
The committee on statisticts i
was instructed ta obtain and ar. r
range fQr the use of the convention 0
official statistics of cottoi, the
prices for the past ton years, etc. g
he president of the convention,
Commissioner Lane of Alabama,
rmad a statement showing by the "c
census retuirns that resolutions on ti
the purt of the planters to restrict h
acreage have been followed by a e
decreased output of cotton. The
resolutions of the committee con
tinued, with special resolutions ]
subsequently offered and adopted b
by the convention to cover the fol. .
lowing subjects:
1. Reduction of cotton aereage
and increased attention to the pro
duction of cereals.
2. Greater attention to stock and c
oattle raising. t
3. Encouragement of manufac. (
turing in the South by exempting c
manufactories from taxation for a C
period of ten years.
4 Eneouragemnent of imuigra
tion. The resolution advises that a
large plantations be divided into .
small fairms and the latter be sold
to bona fide home seekers. e
5. Recommending that cotton b
be withheld from sale by farmers c
who are not in debt to their fac- i
tore and that it be hold for a rise- t
"which may reasonably be expect
ed if present heavy receipts are
appreciably reduced."
0. The organization of the Cot
ton Planters' Association of the V
United States of America to moet C
at least twice a year and to con- t
sist of four delegates from each t
Congressional District in the cot- t
ton growing States and three dele
gates at large from each State ap
pointed by the Governor of such
States, irrespective of party. pre.
forence, said associationis to hold
its first meeting in Jackson, Mass.,
the second Wednesday- in January,
1895.
7. Cotton seed trusts are con
demned.1
8. Congress is petitioned to pass
the anti-option bill.
9. Congress is requested to re
fund the cotton tax collection in
1866-67.
The convention then organizedC
the now association by electing
officers to serve until the January
meeting as follows: Governor
James Stone of Mississippi, presi-i
(lent, Hon. J. 0. Waddell of Geor
gia and commissioner of Agricul-.
Lure, vice president; Robert E. 4
Eckborger of Alabama, secretary,
and Prof. James Smith of Georgia,
treasurer. The chairman of the
convention was requested to issue
an address to all business inter
ests asking co-oporati->n in obtam-.
ing the objects on the association.
The followinag resolution was
also adopted; Resolved, That the
honest conviction of .this conven
as practical cotton growaers is that.
the estimates that are being sent
by the cotton exchanges in refer
once to the crop are excessive, and
it is the belief of this conviction,
based uipon practical observation
and the best statistical informa
tion, that the present will not ex
ceed 8,500,000 bales.
TIhe convention then adjourned
sine die.
ESTIMATINo THEN Cuop.
New Orleans, La., Nov. 14.
Mr. A. J. R. Landauer has issued
another circular td-day ini which
ho0 says: "I do nbt see aid reason.
to believe or assert that .anything
over a 8,000,000 crop, if that miuch,
will be marked ,and counted for
the '94-95 crop. Trade continues
good notwithstanding the ,various
Sunreliable rumors of a rather~ dis
couraging outlook. There is great
anxiety both in this country and
.in Europe to stock up at present
prices and I have no reason to
oubt but that this demand will
ontinue'for some time.
"Trado in this country improv
rig and if present low prices are
mntinuod for another month, the
eanaud for Europe will bo unpro
3dontod. Hence, there i4 no roa- 1
)m for a second stampede consid
ing that the first was brought
,out by unprocodontedly froo
tardeting and discounting the
gures of production and consump- -
on which, inl my opiliol, ws11
ver warranted."
Atlanta, ('a., Nov. 14.-Tho es
mates of a number of the most.
rominent and best posted parties
k the cotton trade horo cover a
mnge of from 8,650,000 to 10,000,
30 bales for this year's crop.
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 14.-The I
meral estimates of the entire cot
m crop of Georgia is not over
)0,000 bales. It has been rap
Lly marketed and in the territory
'ibutary to Columbus the receipts t
nve been heavy but the( total re- t
)ipts will show a falling olf as r
msiderable cotton has been ah- e
uidoned. It is estimated now
lat the total receipts for Colum- a
us will approximate only 58,00 )
ales, The stkck on hand to-day '
1 7,285 bales.
Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 14.
'he Produce Exchange hero makes
.o official estimate of the cotton
rop, but individual estimates of
he cotton mon vary from 9,250,
00 to 9,500,000 bales. It is also
stimated that about two-tiirds
if the cotton ill this territory has,
men marketed. Receipts here to i
late are 121,283 bales,- which are
bout 41,000 hales ahod of last
'oar.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 14.-The
stimates of the cotton crop alade
y prominent operators on lio ex- (
hange here vary from 8,750,000 to
,463,000 balos, the majority put- I
ing it at about 9,250,000. It is
stimated generally that the erop
of Georgia will be r per cent. in
rease on last. year or 1,200,M00.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 1d.--Avor
ging the opinions of promilinel.
ottan mon the estimlate ( the
rado in Augusta is that the cot
onl crop for this year will be be
weoon 9,250,000 and 9,50),000
Oales.
Norfolk, Nov. 1-..-The average
stimate of twenty-live leading
.otton firms ropresenting factors
mld exporters secured by Suiperm
endent Norman Bell of the Nor
olk and Portsmouth Cotton Ex,
ihango, places the cr01) at 9,860,
136.bales.- This is niot anf othii
itterence,, but anm estimate baoed
mponi the opinion of twenty-five
irpe.
Macon, -Ga., Nov. 14.-The aveir
Lge estinmate of the leading (cottoni
nen.in this city for thme preOsenrt.
rop is 9,004,000 bales..
JLmsia- Go ldi.
Washington, Nov. -14.--Coincei
lent with the issue of the circular
uviting bids for gold United
states bonds, the treasury dlepart-.
nient is beginning to.- lose gold.
)n. Nov. 13 it lost *6,000 in gold
mnd, sinco,. $130,000 in exchange
'or United States notes and trea
mnry notes.
This-gold was withdrawn -from
mubtreasuries, and. further withi
irawals are expected.
The first offer for the nmow bond
issue has just been received at the
treasury. It came in the form of
au telegram fronm th , interior of
New. York State.. Jt was for .650,
000, anid the sender. stated .that the
price ofifored and other particulars
were conta~ined' in at letter which
was then on its way' to Washing.,
ton .--Groon)vill -News.
Dramk CavIhoIe Acid wiki a Smsiler
NOiwrcUJ, Conn., Nov. 14-- -
Mary Nelson, 25 years old, of Phil
adelphia, while dining with ia part
ty of friends in) tils city, mi ro-.
sposo. tn a toast, 1ang1hingly dlrank
a glass of carbolic acid with si
ciditi intent, and died sooii after
wards. -Not one of the party sums
poeted thlat tihe liquid was po0ison
until its fatal resuilt seen. (Griof
i4 the dleath of hmer hioshaind led to
theo act.......
.In -his multifarious chanr eo of'
fraud, Dr. P~ope has iaid1 amsOt
stress upon the Aikon, box anid~has
sedemod to place his ma~i dleponl
donce upon01 it for proving fraud.
Thq managers opened they 'Aikon
box yesl. day and countedl the bal
Jots in it in the presence of a le
gal representative of Dr.. Pope,
who found nothing to 'object to.
Anid so will it be -with the other
boxes. Thes charge of., fraud will
all noter ont....Connmhja Reisnter
WISHES OBEYED
'HE I88UE OF $60,000,000 OF
B0N08 DETERMINED UPON.
Bear Fluterhest at Fire PenrCeut
t(I- t CAR risLF s OPINION
AMIo0rNTM ro NOTHINo EvIDEN'
LY-War. 1,S-rMFrr BANKERS
W7u1 Gontic UP THE ISSUE A'T
()-Xe. T'L C Ms OF T IIE ISsUR ANID
P^WrCULARs G ENElRALLY G ivrE
IN 'I'n 0PI CIA1, CItCULAI.
Vasilington, Nov. 13.-The fol.
owing circular was issuid at 3:15
h is afternoon :
Treasury dopartment, Washing
ton, 1). "C., Nov. 13, 1894.
"By virtue of the authority con
iein the Act of Congress onti.
led 'an Act to provide for tho
osuimption of specie payments,'
pproved January 14, 1$95, the
"ecreta ry of the Treasury horeby
;iVes pubi ! liotice that scaled pro
)osals will be received at the
Ireftuiry Department, oflico of the
ioorotary, until 12 o'clock moon,
)m tho twently-fourth day of Nov.
1894, for United States five per
:ont. Bonds inl either registered
)r coupon form, dated February
I, 1891, redoomed in coin at the
pleasure of the governmont after
Lon years from the dato of the is
4ue and bearing intorest payable
:inarterly in coin at the rate of fivo
p)e' contuml per anm
"Biddors whoso proposals are
iCCepted will bo roijuired to pay
wonty per cent.. in gold coin or
Iold ceurt.ificatos upon the amount
>f their bids as soon as they re
ioticos of the acceptance of such
ids and to pay in like coin orcer
ificates an additional twenty per
oInt. lit. tiht (xpirittion of each ten
lays therpafter until the W1holo is
paid ; hu)l Ihey may at their op
tio pay tihe entiro amountof their
>ids wheni notilled of their accap
ance, o1r at. any time When an in
tallmont is payable. The first
L)ymtli, however, of not loss than
Lwentf por cont. must be made
whein tho bidder receives notico
of the accoptlnc(o of his proposal.
The delolom i nations of tihe otilds
will bo $50 and upwards and bid
dlors will in thir propilosals state
the donomuinations dlesired, whieth
or' registoroed or' coulpon, the price
which the biddor~i pr1op)oses to pay,
the plahcc wherIe( it l? desired that
the b)ond(s shll bo dlelivered and
the oflico, whether that of the
Tr'easurer of the United States or
Ln assistant.- Tr'easurer of the
Ujnited States, whoe it will bo
miost c!onvei ent f'or the bidder'
lo deposit the amounts of his pay
moents. The handios will ho dated
FebrVuariy 1, 1894, ini order to make
the proposed issuo( uniform as to
dlato with the exieting issue, but
intoroest thereon will b)egin Nov. 1,
1 894, and hidder's will ho requireod
to pay accrued intarost at the rato
of five per colit.~ on the faco valuoe
of thoir' bonds1 ' om November
I t to the dfo or' dat(os of pay
Ilmnt.
"Thme total issue of b onds in Fur
suinneo of thmis not ice will not ox
ecod( th) sum i of' $50,00,000.
'"The Sner'ot ary orf tho Treasury
boro0 expres'sly resertves the righint
(o ro(jo(!t any)J 01r all bIids. A I1 pro
posal) s shiiol b)e addrl essedl to the
Hecetary' of' the Tr'ie 'nry, Wash
ington), I). C., andm~ should( be die
tinmctly 1)mr'l-: "Pr'Ioposals for
the purchase of five por comnt.
'.llank foirms for proposals may
ho hadl 0on aplication) to the So
crietary~ of' thel Tlroasutry.
(Signed( .J. G. CARLISiL,
Secreotary of Treasury."
. ;Ieny I'r'i4Kg.
New Yoirk, Nov. 13.---The suc
ce'ss of-the now government, issue
is abi eady aissured. It can boesta
ted oni thl;e htinhostl authority hat
l)roxol,'.Mor'gan & Co., and Spey
or' & .Co., and John A.' Stewar't,
presidentE if thoe United -States
Tr'ust Company, an)*d. bisfollowing
stand reOady Ao take the whole is.
'sue. D~rexel, Morgan &. Co., anud
Shoyor & 06o., h~ve sounded the
feeling in London regarding the
nowv issue and have found it Yv6
averablo. They will accordi~g
if fit in bids for large and~t
o~tho bonds and if the pt1j
subscriptionis come in slowig
together take the bulk of ththi~
issuo.--Columnbia Register

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