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TIIURSIDAY, MAIICi 5, 1890.
Silver Mfteim Culled Together for
With the prosidential campaign
of 189G tho Lime has again colmo in
the history of civilization when
men aro compelled to take a do
tormined stand-with a courago
and firniess that knows no defoat
-for tho rights of humanity
against tho grood of an intronched
money power. This year may
prove the last opportuning for the
cause of the peoplo to Winl poace
fully by tho ballot.
Bondholders and their cohorti
of contralized wealth are rapidly
rivoting the shacklos of a degrade(d
sorfdom on tho producers of tih
wholo world. I\lon of all classes
of busilloss-ini prodcletion, man
ufacture and (list riution-ar.
fooling moro heavily every day thi
burden of tribute they are payiny
to banking an nd bondhold ing e hass
es--thie plu1toccratic socialists. The
intelligonco of' the citizens of this
ropublic renders it necessary for
our poopl to load (he mations in
tho fight for curroney reflorm.
Through tiet discussions of the
last few years tho intelligen.t, voter
has Conio to unc1derst.,and, much
better than formerlv, how thi jrof
its of all industry are absorbed by
the droles of ho e i i citor cl asses,
by controllinlg the issio and vo
U1110 Of all ioy an1d continually
increasing its purchasincg power.
Tit priod of educaticonli 1acgi
tation and theoreticai disiissionm
is rapidly passing. 'The' (imo 4f
AC'1oN has coile. 'lo united nIe
tioni of the f'pe do oi tihl! 1,inan,1ccial
issuco is till olyinais (>f slicess
for tho reofcriuls 1c(Yssilry. All
patriotic citizcn-espcially the
producerE of the raw iaterialf , th'
farmor and mine; tihle prOducer
of the raw nut atermil, thie fai-mer'I
aind mniiner; the pro'cducer'i of t hc
finishedi ariticlIe-thcc uctourneturii
cr-and thie distibutorcis-thie
moircanct andcc tih)o'0ommen-c'I inI men '
--shuldi equaillly hea';r Iiim resp~on
sibilities of tis gnnulic light for
humanity acgaincst the Shcylcks of
Einglan and1( Wal(XicI st r'et.
We cannocct dauily withI iccm daccnger'
nor longer bce dleccived bcy he' diil
atory tac(tiC c ofcparty pcoliticians.
'1'lat lc0 i l acrtic's ic elil.'cIge ofi odii'
govelinIellt, lccW 1ir'c servile I cccls
of thoe moneiiy podwer is a i ot or' cjdius
fact kioeWn of all menci. Shyc v'k
has alreabfdy led out thce Repui, llilic
pat as thec wvinncer thcis year.
Domirocrat ic c'ader'cs thfemlsc'lve's
confess that thcer'o i.s c ih.>po for'
their parlty ini thie ccmicg ebce
tions. .lts ccati~inal cconvc'ntjiun
wvill oncly hcc bcchl to give thec lead
er's-petendecd f'riencds ofi Silvor',
but re~ally tih' slives of' Wail stree't
goldolators-a ebcance to try their
hands(1 at heelinitg som11 of the
Southernc 51tates in 11in0 with
an~othier platfiormn stradd lo and a
milk-and-cider cand~idlato. Going
into the nat ional convention of
either one0 of thce old parties only
moans11 doceptioni and1 (division of
the silver f'orces and final dfeot
to the cause of currency roform.
The11 people muiist~ take charge of'
this tight thomclsolvos from the be
ginning-makoe it opon1, honiest andl
straight, and r'esign 1non1 of their
vital interests into the hiandls of
party leaders, who only work bfor
A conference of silver 1mon1 of
all parties, was held in Washing
ton, D. C., on Jan, 22-23 ultimo.
It was the unanimous opinion of
that conference that the friends of
silver coinago mlust at once pro
pareo for inidop)ondent aiction. A
Nationial Convontion was called to
meet at St. Louis on July 221nd.
In adopting a platform anid nomi
nasting candiidlates, tis con1vonltion
is to cooperate with thoe People's
party and all other friends of cur
rency reform. A national coin
mittee was selected and headquar
ters established at Washington
and the we-rk of organization w~ill
be rapidly pushled.
After *onsultationI with friends
of the cause in this state, and fool
ing it my duty as a member of the
National Committoo of the Ameri
can Silver Party from South Car
olina, 1 have docided to issue this
address-appeaing to all patriotic
citizens, who realize the supremoi
importanc, of the money issue,
without regard to party afliations
or .Views on other questions, to
unmte at once in an organization~
with the following propositionls as
1st. The free and unlimited
colnage of gold and silvor, at the
- lcugal ratio of 1 to 16, by the United
S'~ tates government, independent
2d. The powor to control and
regulate a paper currency is insep
rable from the power to coin t
money: hence, bank issue should
be abolished and all currency in
tended to circulate as monoy
should be issued, and its volumo
controlled, by the general govorn- I
ment only and it should be a full
legal tender. The volume of cur
rency-gold, silver and paper-to
be sufficient to do the business of
tho country on a cash basis.
3d. Unalterablo opposition to
tho issuo of interest-boaring bonds
by the United States in time of
peace. The paymont of coin ob
ligations of the United States, as
providod by existing law, in either
gold or silvor coin, at the option
of the government and not at the
option of the creditor.
To facilitate the organization of
the silvor forces in this State 1 will
mako the following practical sug
First. Organize a Silver League,
with a pledge to stand by tho
above platform, at every voting
precinct in the Stato-and more if
necessary. As soon as organized
send me at Denver, Anderson Co.,
S. C., U1h namo, postofico and
county ofj the secretary of each
leaguo, so thst I can have seit
him litoraturo for distribution.
The only oflices nooded aro: presi
dent, vice-president, secretary and
oxocuLtivo coo nn itit'e.
Second. A CoUllty Conven~tioni
should ho hold not lator tihan Alay
Ist, to olect ii couity ehiirman, a
County executive coinmittee 1111di a
member of the State executive
Third. As soon as possibl) after
May IMi., a moetl big of the Stati,
oxvcutivo conSittte should be
hold to olet, a stato chairman, 1de
termin how dologa'tes to the
National Conveiition shaIl bie
chosoii and such othor matters as
maiiy bo neocossary.
A s1111plo organiization is all that
is necessllry to givo machinory for
ti) Camii)Ipaignl. ''hi is gottin g to
gotlihr of our forces is a businoss
proposition to monl Nwho 111an bus
inss 1111d I hopo t.hat ovorv realer
of this a(diress vill at, once conisid
or this his duty and promptly pro
Co(d to or'gliizo ia Silver Iongie
inl his neighborhood ln1d send me
tho propor iotification.
ROSI)oLf ul ly,
J. W. BOWmEN,
Momher National C 'ommiteoo
for . C., Aiorical Silver Part y.
Feb. 26th, 1890.
I.uI ..A, S. C., Feb. 29.-Last
night. 11 I I o'clock as State Coista
bles Jenkiins and liedmomd wvere onl
their Iway froimi the court house to
t jail they were lh ted ad ired
upon01 by foiur imikniown pet sons.
A\ hout It'enty shots werIe tired in
Itey sawi that. they were outnum.111
beiired and(1~t'' w 1r bing I i urrInnled10(.
.thiligo riit, yi was sho014t i tlft
hiand1, the balil taking off' a linlger anti
lodgmi IL in thle wrist.. Aniothe r ball
paissed t hroughi thle left. am anid still
:miothier ini his side. lRedmuond, who
has1 been t hroughi the niortherin pior
lion of the county as a writing maIs
ter, was shot through the right leg
b'elowi the knee, in the left armi aind
inl the hack.
Dr. J1. W. hell was called and
diressed the wounids and repor'ts that
neither man is dangerously wounsted,
but1 that Redmiondl is the more1' so
The1 Constables5 have had a number
of cases in the court here this week
and have hatd seime of then' men con
Thle motter' is regretted her'e by al
most ever'yone, as theste men01 are only
carrying out the law.--Greenvtloe
The United States battleship
Indiana docked at Port Royal, S.
0., is the only firstelass battleship
owned by this government,. 11or
tonnage is 10,225; extreme longth,
3l50 feet 11 inches; with, 000 foet
3 inches ; guns in ma in b'attery,
16. Tjho vessel cost between $-1,
000,000 and $6,000,000. I t dr'aws
24 feet of water' and caries fturm
hundred mon. The extremo si ze
of tis vessel proveintod it bleinig
docked at any other dry dock in
the United States except the new
dlock at port royal, S. C., which
was completed the .1st of FebhruI
ary, and all arrangements made to
take in the Indiana.
In a glass jar at the city hosp1i
tail is kept the heart of James
Crisa. Criss was shiot about a
monthi ago by a nogr'o named
Sparkman. In the heart of the
murdered man is a bullot. This
would not bo at all intoresting hut
for the fact thait the bullet entered
the wall of the heart and came al
most entirely through, remainmng
held in the fibrous muscles that
surrounded the heart. In this
shape Cries lived forty-eight hours.
Two bullets had ontorecd the body.
Besides thie one in the heart, one
entered his stomach, going thr.mugh
the abdominal cavity into the in
testinos. Either would have
caused death in a very few hours
under ordinary circumstances, but
it seemed that Criss intended to
fight off death with his will power
or some other power, for lie clung
to this mortal existence longer
than any one ever did who carriedl
a bullet in his heart and one in his
stomnach.-Nows and Courier.
Glass windows were first used in
England in the oighteenth century.
Court Convened last Monday at
lhe usual hour. Judge Earle pro
iding, Solicitor Ansel, Steno.
praphor Aikon and the other court
)lcials were prosont. Solicitor
insol being called to Columbia to
Lttend the sossions of the logisla
,ure, turned over the criminal
>usiness for the Stato to J. E.
3oggs, who performed the duties
The stato against Robert Kirk
ey for assault and battery with in
oent to kill, was not handed out to
ho Grand Jury and the caso was
3-ntinued to tho noxt session of
Judge Earl charged the Grand
Jury as follows:
Mr. Foroman and Gentlemen
This is your first torm. It is
incumbent on mo to instruct you
in your dutios. It is no holiday
servico, your duties are not merely
perfunctory. You have very im
portant dutios to perform. Pub
lie dutiios ari discharged by the
agents of tho people, all oflicors are
but agents of th01 poplo. You ar.
to seo, to it, that the power and
duties of the oflicors are pioperly
hischilrgod. You are the grand
miquest of the county; you are
to suilporviso, investigato and ro
port to the poople. You are first;
to supervise th couity ofli-os, you
aro to investigato the bonds, you
arl leX t to go into each ollico, in
thlo spir-it, of investigaltionl, just,
ats you dinl not, knhow tho oflicors.
It is your ldilties to investigato the
acts of the eounityv olicors just as
if they wero the granidest rascals
ill th( coi(ty. Whem the oflicors
kiow thiat, t hoe (I'ranid jury, if in
comlpotent, will be on his guard ;
thiicomIpotRnIt oles will bI glad to
sco you. You muiist, look after
your jail, th jails are soimiotimies
a disgraco to civilizitioni, S0110 of
thiemi ar1 nt)o bott(or than the miins
'ay strict attention to your
Your jurisdiction is unlimited ;it
portains to 0veery thing that affoets
the public in their health, safety
It, is your diuty to report very
thiig that comes to your knowl.
Odge, which you, inl your good
judgment ought to 1 i'estigated.
Evory cit izen owes it as hiis dlty
not only to obey the hmw, but to
en forco it.
Every nuan should oboy ho dis
pensary la w, anlld you Should See
that th l a w ho cn I forced,
whethor volu 11greo with the policy
or not. .1 ii ave loun11(d out that. the
county dispenisv'rs violate the law.
I want to See if a Pickons Grand
JIutry will do their (Iut.y. The act,
pirovides that, there shal bo no in
t oxicatlng I liors sold1 except upon01
requeist w hich is furnished in
blank to thie Counity Disponsary
bu11t t hese re(1lltwss muist be. signedl
by the party1) who ap1pli0s for liquor
ini thle pre.sen1ce of the County Dis
ponisor. TJho requests are to be
piresented by the disp~enser to thc
Board or Control and used a
vouchers in hiis settlement wvith
lthe Board of Control. Request to
bo signed in1:p)orson, no por'soin can
buy except lie sign the request.
Th'lis is the onil chock on thu
County Dispenisary, if this is n1ot
complied with Dispenser may sell
as Lbarkeepor. ~lf t~ho Dispenser sell
except on) these r'(1equets, lie is gulil
ty of perjury, blesidles guilty of imal..
tensance in flice. Tlhe Ju dge read(
at~O' porio of thl e D )i sp enusary law.
Instead (of thle act beini g ani act to
ninimumnize thie evils (of drhiMking,
it has (lieoopposi to oitfeet, itf the law
is not complied with. 1 hope this
does apply to P'ickeins couinty, but
if the (d ispienser hais v'iolated t he
law in the Part icular as to the roe
quest., I charge y'ou to report for
not only malIfeasan mce in oflice, but
for perur1y. .1f thle state intends(1
to make mioney out of the dlispoen
sary withou11t rogard to the b arriors
thlrownm arolund it, it, wouldl hiave
b)oon bet ter to hiave let, the open
J udge E'arlo thliu chiairg'd (he
G rand Juryi' speci ricall 11'ni tho hills
of indolictmen~iIts upjon1 which they
wCIre to pass5.
TIhie Judi~ge told t he jurors and(
witnmesses that thle business of
courh1t was lie foolinoss, and1( that
lie wvot'ld requ ire them to lho pros-'
emnt in thle couirt r'oom) andi~ attend
to their duities as they were called.
ie fixodl the hours of opo0ning~
court, and1 took up the (docket, pult
inig thli machinery of the court in
Judge Earile madol( a fine imi
pro'ssion on the court attendants,
and thle business promiises to bo0
carried( on in an orderly miannor
and~ with proor~l spo0.
The1case agaliinOt, Mart. Kitchens01 was niol
prlossed oni Imuymenlt o~ (f all costs~ atiul onI con-*
(11ition the de ofendanit leave the Sutto.
TheIi caseM against A. Tylehr Casseli tando
TLther Classe llfor 1aolareen we're set. back
to thle Maigistralte( for t ril.
The Gral'~ Juriiy f,.iind no0 hills atgainlst.
(Georgo Taylo' Ir, chaorgedo with basreeny from
the fildo, anid withI a hlonschreralkinig ill the
iglht. I hue.
'.'ho case against Allen W. W~iillt and1(
Ge orge Mel )ntfie for lareeny fromi the nield
A trueo bill wvas founnd against Geoorge E.
HIinsoni for theo mullrder of Jamenis F. Lay.
H~e has nolt beeiinarre'stedt yet.
In the casojagainst Iliry: Ashmllore, for
assaulit and1( imitory' of ai high an~d aggr'a
1'ated~ natuire, the defendant pl1eadeeo ginily
and1( wasI sen~tenceLd to Ipay aI ine of e'vuent e
five dtollara', or (1d11oI hadlbr Oil the' 11 pulit
wvorks of Pickenus ('ounlty for a termu o~f nine1
mionlthsl, or h10 coninled ini tile state0 pieni
tontlary at hlard labo1r for nline mloniths.
Lon1 WVakeflold eniteredo aI plea~l of guilty
of bur'glary and1( larcony and1( walso sentenceel
to do h ardl labor on tile pulblie works, of
P'ickens~ ctyel for ai period of I we'lve
imionths, or hoe(onfined in the~ Sitate o' e'.litenl
tiary at huardl lbor for ai like perioid,
TI'io e a0lgain~st ,Jack Newton for assait
and1 battery oif a high alld aiggravatedl na1
ture, was niol prosse.
J1. C. L.. Rlice was triedo in his absence
ror' assoiat and battery of a high amnd ag
yravatn1 nninten ai wa~ ,.mn'k'.col
sealet'8ontencolite ts doposited with the clerk
for his bonelt.
Jaies Rosenoud wast tried for unmitain- t
ing a Iuisniew, inl the way of a house wlero
biing tiger liquor is sold, aund its acquit-it
Satt Robilnson Vas4 actittitted of selliig
cros wit,hotut, piyintg th1e ren.1its.
Noah Cha1 ( 1nt an i ws C . icoviited Of house
breaking idi N comitl)ittl larceniiy and was I
sentlleced to (o h.rt 1a b,1Ior MI the publie
works of I iclkons couity fora lterin of one
byar or bo Colinei inl the State penlitte- I
tiary for a liko period.
Ianiel Norris- wa 'onvictel iI his Ib)
Soce of having anda trmisportiig liior
contrary .to laws, InIl at sit141 sent enIce iN
With the Clerk of to Corti-I to lie openled
when ho rotitrn.
Trte.billts wvere fouit in several other
cases4, which wvere contintild
Thhit lsiness of the sessions Of court. wvas
Comnpleteil Tiesday mioritng exceipt the'
work of Grand Jtiry.
Prcesitnu t of Gaivad Jury.
STATE OP SOUTIl CLAROLNA,
PICL,10S COU NTY..
IN ENIUtAI, SNssiON s.
To 1Il1i lionor, J. 11. E'arle, Presiding
We the rati( .Jury for 189G, 'March terin
of court., beg leave to make thits our pre
men t InIent..
Wet have lmwied upon a1ll bills hniled
u1s by tle Sol icitor.
By ia vonni(iiittee of our1 boiy wOe examined
the l'OOr FrI'i Iii 111 auctnl everytlii ng aa
rently loing wel1-the patpers well carel
for, iil Ie faIrml inl excellentconditcion.
We also exainiiieil thle jail. The in
innte4 aire evidently treated in a',hunian
We have as carefully as possible uander
the cirtiinstantices exaninel into Lie work
inlgs of 0lie DiispiIsary hating Called inl the
Adlitor Treasirer antd Dispenser. 'We
f1il that the reptiest blakills are iot prop
erly filled out. The age, andl for whoin
heing oni'il te, atill the tiane of applieant
being soilletilikes filled in by dispeiser.
There has in oath hen I iinatihe to Couity
Auilitor, nor report, (:ilthotigh lhe request
bo001k. hatve beent re' t rnll( when iIIII1) siince
Selp. 30t1, I895. ThlI nispeniser' say3's that
ilting Iupon his intrlipr etatioll of t.1h. inl
t rut-iOn frioml Stit lnarl of Control he
lid not, senil in his oath or any report to
Cominty atilditor, 11ther.1.lth n relluest. books.
We presentl. N. W. AleCrackdin and itle
Stephens, ailis, J;o A lextehir for living
in a ulltery, witness, 1,. A. ilrowii.
We desire tio call Ih aitt-'ntioni of the Sit
p i'Itsor4 to a riiil Ieniig froni 10. S.
Grifillint's tmill to Nealys. It lIas not bleen1
wvorked for I wo years.
Wit reiueiist the Trial ,1instices t~o ho pre
elt wvith Lhir books, (III she seotl day (.
uly to.rii Of corit.
We <desire to 1rt*11,1n t hailus to vouir .l fot1
or for tlIn clear ilirge given ts explaiining
our d itls., to) O .h e tisitor for hit s intrite
tinhs, alII ii0 tihle e srt, OiciIs fir k ini iess
R s.,peo. ftilly ti nmiieito,
l. 11. tCa- i-:N'r t ,
i ll .. D .11411 . 1,
liigar W il IIotI N e , the h' nri- l tsiteitt, cied
at.l hi li l il I ii h isihn ' shoals," eight uitiles
froin Ashev ille, N. ., t ioon Sa uItrda ' of
: ple xylid . lI e 1had l i n i' aiIt help les1'. nil
holiess1 codiion $little he was striken on
Tieschiy ight, not having lioken to or
'IiS icghtrsrrintt.fron Wshington
City, where they uive been atteilln
shilo l, lthiu. Wel tlay, a tit were lit thet
be sile tuitil Ihe e4i. l t
Mir. Nye wetunt iito AsIsevillf eighi. years
ago in s r 11 ,of isth. :n1t fei ally holight
a fioinl, where he fui'ilti a bealitifil bo t e.
igar Wilson Nye was borni in Shirley,
l'istaqulis votinty' , Mankv, fin Auig. 1'5,
1850, h11 sat ith :tg of I o ars h he oie
himnself wrote Of it, he Wilk his parenits by
t 1a lied a i 1ii then iot to 1t1h grea t
wit. They akil went to River Fai', Wis ,
ani there hev grew til t~o hoyhviool (In at farml.
II.e lu thle benelit. (if an IIIacdintic eduen
ltilt, atluli(1 aI litt!U law %In( then wn.t
firther wst to Lariie City, Wyo., weilher
b(e! begain it) practivu bla, in 11874 l ai i < iet
wa ty, " .lthl(tIighl freqiviently w arnlie Iy the
ai'uthoit Ie inet-'u tod s; wen inin 'pouhli..
itunl wa ai juuitti. ice ofsthe peace aintia
nitary pblie ; wrwtlue a soii te Chopon
iiuio 'in foruhiut ''tior ieek he litail o the'
ltoneratig uang a n lli iansll gret Iepu
Saiiiu s a in torist .. fttit a fewtt yiear 'hle
went,'i wss .Dnvrtot a hInauisi hitalts ah't. iftr
wasrthe onttdttitt fort took itulae ast the
In. i877 heutarrlis(ill isltlannySii o
Ubirlags who. wit \aworhightr ait Asw
tons, arve hin5te e' i'ItBi',i o
Tie hasii t~ pulis'lhl ''lii y and tho
)IIs," 183,"Ilii la, Rojsissi, B.if
-yo ' oirs paphr, fiia.-I his 7st als,.s
far to It wnrsipgwa loin-ri' to he tait--.
nine wits nn-rangI, was nhi aht-r a~l faio..
rite1( nail dwt..l by NAe, hatl wih he0 1
cals ne-rag betoe h Ile nevrnuio
wloin-Wie re itswonhvstri .tA the -Ny
S'ltalte'li ithsnern ie wasipulis'ept
.oeh iveliir 11able Aoth igtion teor
~' i ro-l eoni-rs t"t wI~lO.9ttheti o
,t gry i anltk t p hevator."
country,:n t Nye en tg ti reputa
ghtit i a5 1111rie oflnote atth i'n. Tosihe
I'C(- was lnot a financialI, su cs butoi
110soeldndain orfor2t0 ith fotnhich
cles g tht t ricosta int the i o
ortldistt a $anorbil, aoAs
o aIcefe( 'l llieo ant o.1 i
Thei shrisfty pers ol ist blioved to
hollphii nd3r hob~9 ino SngJoh -
Robion at consThtideal inor ouv.
rich ito' mht n mide blhod
dont hih languag thesy hat,
he wasgb Mn iha1 piilconditonl
siome isn sdescibtodoasr hl over
heidlin deb.. A~ritIl tt tim ht'o
wa en toretevc~t han theiOaingo
grocerms t whre freehasNwel asork
Stt.i Thi nan dealusiof kep
Robi Lns 'ss ti'y otIi tohavgrndsono
un)til the odris t'a1ithat itowaslnt
wornDoff to hilsogbow.
Rhob fison baloo ups thercby
,Jstro, abo utomr0. hving theawa
rocian ilan e and M. oio
buorines7, and iybis forlto in
hilion, anho sow aing m
A door chase took placO up in
ho hills back of Pickens a few
lays ago. [After a race of some 12
iours the door gave up the chase.
3'roman Lynch, W. J. Lynch, and
L. E. Chastain were the partici
>ants. The boys have a very fine
ot of dogs and whon once after
ramo they are there for koops. W.
1. Lynch says he Ius money mar
ales or chalk that says he has the
!astost dog in the county. The
venison was liberally distributed
unong- tho boys.
All persons are hereby warned
not to hiro or harbor D. William
11. Durham, as he is under con
tract with me for this year.
WT. F. SNIPES,
Mot, S. C.
Folb. 25, 1895.-2t
It must ho remembored that all
tribtos of respoet, ohituarios, &c,
oxceeding ten lines will becharged
Pickens & Easley R, R.
To be finished, provided we
can raise the money. Now, i)
order to do that, save your
dimes and they will make dol
lars. Walker & Owings have
bought out the cheap "Wreck
Store," 117 Main sreet, Green
ville, S. C.
They aro close cash buyers.
Buy bargains and sell bargains
is their motto. When you visit
Greenville and want to find the
cheapest store in town, look us
up, an(d we will soon convince
you that we have the cheapest
goods in the city.
Give us a call and see for
yourself. We guaiantee to
save you money.
Walker & Owings,
117 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 27, 1890, tf
Final Settlement Notice.
I will apply to J. 11. Newhery, Juelge of
Probate for l'iekens coity, S. C., oln thelI
.t26h dbay of M1 1896i, for leave to mnakc
11 111 I ettleme1 of the estate of W . A.
Perry, clevensedl, 1111(1 ask(ell to 1)4 <liisse
as ailmiitrator. J. T. DARWIN,
Feb. 22, 1891l. Adhiinistrator.
D . J. P. CA RLISLE, Dentist Gre-m
ville, S. (". ollijce over Addiison, &k
McGee's Druig Store.
THE PRESENT COLD
T hIave 10) pirls wool Blhan kets
whic have been )~l redcelICd to $3 and1(
$-l. Thieso nro') erltily ba v ilrga ins.
womllen. Must.t bo) sold, ourP pr1icos
K IEEP YOUR~ CHILDREN
A big lot, of children's 'Wool
Driawors. These goods will be sold
for logs than cost.
A full stock of Shoes alw~ays e~n
DRY GOODS AND SHOES!
15 Petulletont St., Greenille, S, C,
Ha~ve nlow re.lidy for sale all the
For Ladies, Misses and( Chilren.
-C They'1lc k4-opJ constantly on'0 hland all the
Your p)atrona~ge solif ed.
SMin Street, GreenIville, S. C.
,If you want thec finest PICTVURES made
mn the State, go to
113~ McBee Aveunc Greenvilleo, S. C
*6iY" Crayon Portraits a specialty.
A pril 7-y.
ia vigorous feeder and re
sponds wvell to liber'al fertiliza
tion. On corn lands the yield
increases and the soil improves
if p~roperly treated with fer-.
tilizers containing not under
A trial of this p)lan Costs but
little and is sure to lead to
.Our pam lets41 are not nadvertising circulars boom.
!n~g spec ial fertilizers, butt are practical works, contain.
1r real .crch~ b farmsers, 11c r e ct free for
GERMAN KALT wORKs,
4ow 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
onsists 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!
At all Prices, and Cheaper and Better than you can get in any
other store in the State.
UNDE RW EAR!
From 50 cents a Suit up to $5.00.
In all the Latest Styles; made by the best houses in the world.
Ask to see our UNIVERSAL SHIRTS; Laundried and Un
landried, They are said to be the best shirts in
the market for the money.
EVEY RYTHIN Gr.
In 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.
'I'hanking you for past patronage we are
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
113 a 115 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Just received and opened up
the nicest line of Ladies' Un.
derwear ever shown in this
maaket. Gowns, Chemise,Skirts,
Corset Covers, Drawers. We
guarantee the prices to be lower
than you can buy the same gar.
ment for from any New York
house. We cordially mn vite all
ladies to call and see our stock,
whether you w'ant to buy or
not. Miss Mamio Towns1en( has
charge of this department and
wvill take pleasuro at any time
in showing you through.
Ladies' Shirt Walst.
Just opened up) a pretty line
of Ladies' Shirt Waist at the
popular prices-50 cents, 75 cts.
and $t.00; these are cheaper
than you can buy the goods and
have them made up.
Just in a large line of Wash
Silks for waist and full dresses
at 33A cents. Call and see them
you are sure to buy as they are
so pretty and such great value.
. Yours Truly,
THAN EVER PRODUCED.
UILOYHESJ NAT5 ANDFURNIS HINGSb
WE'dE TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete now,
and see if you don't agree with us. One of
two things we alwvays mean to do: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a lowver price than you get them else
GREENVILLE, S. C.
For the next Thirty D~ays we will offer Special
M ilL L I N IE R Y
We have gone through our stock and marked them down
at prices that will make them go. Give us a call before buy
ing, and save your money.
Don't fail to see our 25 cents Felt Hats.
We carry a beautiful Jine of Stamped Linen, and Xmas
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,