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Tt I U8'1)t Y, IMARCI 12,18!96.
M11. 90AWDEN'N CALL.
'l'7111 Jo2RNA1, 11a alread y pub)1
lished tho call of J. W. Bowden,
Membier National Committo for
South Carolina American Silver
Party, and it is presumed that its
readers have carefully read and
considered tihe same. It imAst e
adllitted that him statemient of
conditions is clear and appeIls
strongly to overy fooling of rescit
ment against oppression and erime
against the property rights of tlie
toiling mIsses under the form of
laws, but does lio suggast the prop
er remedy for the trouble? Will
it be est to) follow his suggestion
blindly? Ia.s Mr. Bowden's sue
cers and xperiele( inl puilic life
qualified him ais a safe leader inl a
matter of ho much i ilnport aice?
Tllese an titls tions tlat miilural -
ly pesellk-nt Hitmnselves fur collsid
oration, [efo' the people of Soutli
Carolina tilr lw alway tlle fruits of
maly i liha( well victory aid go
bhillidly iiito all ulleertain political
Organization unider a 1eIder, whose
ability fr 1*1e1' ala lidertkiiIgM
has not vet I n-lic r 1geized.
Why attempalit to divido the Peform
ers of tile tato aind fomrni1 I 1lw
rga nalli~a, w~llen Ill are all ill
favor (f tle sallle thilin which
Mir. wd!-n propo.,es to accomli
plish by h pylan and ulld11r his
Vo1')' I'1111114.i1 ' lL~~'55 r ui
South Caroihna, except "Mr. Eliot
ofI fro silver, an haiis
spoken for it. Ii,-y
hiarters and have the
:h of knoingI the best
mfenla of ai(cmplishing this oh..
jct, yeot not iine of themn ari e amed
by MIr. I owden as 1hemg in cin.
sultationi with himii aind advising
the issue of his call.
it aippThars to the .1(11 i:.\i that
te call was made without prop r
ecmsideratiLon and has in itev.
shipjs ad, intcidenit ly, of ~ 1oitical
of )~te rl a lidii tue' ig-ri i,
holder's of th la tu.
'ounity'O~l organi Silver heapue'
Each vo tter imutst. dcide this qutes..
tion for hiiself, het siouald hot
be ini too hI~ii hlurry about it.
The Rofrmers have celnt ri of the
Dem nocratije organ izain and1211
will likely wishi to retatini it, and1(
they Will bie glad foIt r Pickens e '(lu
ty reformeb(rs to stand1( in lhne with
thoem and hlp~j to keop thle organ..
izationi oult of the p)ower of lhe
gold bungs, whlmo would M lhted
to sondi a delegation to Chicago
and have eontIrol of t ho federal
p~atronage ini this Stato again, in
the ov'ent of Domnocratic victory.
It will bo time Zenough to try
other organization, when the fight
is lost insido the Democratic Par
ty. Be patient and watchful, and
-don 't cut loose until you see some.
thing better to tie to. There are
wild and visionmary politicians whc
will risk anything for the hopo) oi
The word1, league, has not pleas
ant association of ideas for South
Carolinians, and is somewhat dis
tastul to some who remember ther
A Mexican was condemned to
death for stealing a cnn of kero
sene. Ho was taken out by a patr..
ty of soldiers, received a volley of
bullets at closo rango and was left
for dead. As soon as the soldliors
had gone lhe sprang to his foot and
walkod *to tho City of Mexico
anany mlbs away, wvhero ho entorod
a hospital. 'rho doctors found
three rifle bullets imbedded in his
skull but ho was not fatally
]njured. Now the authorities of
the townu which ordeuad him oe
cutoed want him fick in ordor to
shoot him a ., But ho objects.
T Oct.ons Contlo teoe portt In 1
Favor-B'if Syhiopsis o tho Got
Work-Ile Ilas dono ahd is Doing I
Wallinigt-n,.D. C;., Feb 2), 1800.
It will be gratifying to tle friends c
Mr. A. C, Latiier and to 1nany of til
leiders ot the Press & Iann ner to knoV tha
the jections Committee of the House. o
Repesetatveshave reportled un181A
motisly to the Iouse that Mr. Latimer Is
entitled 0to h seat from the Third Con
gressilnal district of Soulth Carolinait for
the possession of whichin colitest ms
beeln in titued by lober t M)oor111:1In. This
rIeport will of course he aeltieseed in ainl
approved by the House, aid the imiatler
bei)g a privileged one under Ihe rles( Can
be called upI at, almo.-t anly timei.
Of cotlSe suh contests are Supposed
to be determiled 11pon the )aw :itd I he
evidence; hut still there Is m1uch ill tile
act ion I huis taken th:it will be gratifying
1o Ihe friends" of Mr. Iatimer. Sillilose
fiml insltnce, 1hiat Mir. lattimer ma.s; Iwr2 -
smnally lislil-iil by his fellows ill llte
flouise, or 11ha1; by previons continet.. hel
ha Imiret'red himiself ohloxious to mn1y
of them. do you think the r'esult. of his
Contest0. wouhl hs:ve been the same? NoP
b)ody knowS be.t ter t.han liwyers aal
judg ies i:it - 'persoln vEi ionll:ls i'nltel lio I
-I enter t: lc ss (extenit jiltm . 1
Hiln of 111 quelitiotis lat aIre( settileil ill
the ('oulrts. le llae above all others
whore just ice i., Suplposedto b1 Ie mletedI
ou(t without fear, Nfavor or. all'c-tion. The
isi is not. vsset ially dill'er it, ill thi' t wo
I lotses of Conlgress, where mpIeiheis ein
aklways llad excuise anid ju1Slillen-l t'ln for
doing what dhey very iuneh want to dIo.
The individ:m1tl is ldssnd lost ight. of;
ail ilvly it. is the ilpersonal eltle!nt that
ik the greatest, factor1' il d'tieCri1111ing Ite
initllence lintI treefulni0:S of :1 N111e1mer inl
either loise of Conygre.. It is not tll.
11a11 Who Is 11mosft oil his feet in lebalte, or'
who is keenlest in repartee, tllt ac ecoin
lishes the atost. Ilidcdi, such a iersoln
i s oftentim withou anly
ivilllelice a .111 with his fe llows
Oil tle floo nld can) accomplish abio.
hitteh nothiig. I ,egisl:iliion is m b ld
:tud Shapedl intheWC I ointite roonlis, aind
it it is there that Ieub nuthe Ilikst. havt%*e it
ililuelcee if they wNslil :itll'ect. rosult<;. A
f'avorable report from lie comi'i.ee ill
ehutr-ge of a IllI genecrally lilvans that, lt,
hill wIn ipsa if it can be eicied on the
caleider or talkei ull) for ac:l ion.
Of cotuse mlany tingt i hodV as
ittwichly ast i on 10l11;e of Replesen it-ttives
conispire to pieveti 'actiol (lte thtgreat
bulk of I he bill, of a loal (r speciul sair
:IeTr; blL it speaks well fisr Ihe workiig
<pilitiCs of a missnbie' whenl le i- ;Ible it
p.rotilre fhworable comite at ion oil -
hill u hich ht he s tIA er akilCelnWn to eltinpion.
The work is done, linot. I ta1lking before
the public 01 (the floor' of the llowtte, hut
by s1isit. pversonl, energ'ltic intercoril-.e
wi%-it hthe insihiter %s N who) contrlol the it Ite'
l r. l at inn-r has caue also to be himself
gratill iti Ith I ianif i on s if frienl dly
regtisriiits.n i(11 h,. (t ifin1 if I t.e lst!ss iol's
(t'nniiiittes . l's ile has hmil evidvenlce beoire'
howel ver,-f. 4 t.i illin n sst iolml' mbsiiii lt
<155jit _iA uuji's with which hev was
ni -i' (l. I t si4ela soilgress, foirl il
stAi-.1s hc g ilt .an i iou r'e(is't fionti tIhe
WIr- Chail s ( 1 iilnsu tte in favorl of It hi hill
wi i ll- isin'it rd leviIC-r i th relief (i f Now.
lICrry follege, a hill which propiosed Co pay
-1.0100 filr injies1121 tot tle 4lilege h inblings
whi I-l veru1 ited Is ba; 1r rIIcks byo " i Ited
SI: t rI ps ht ISs 1 1 of Ier war Anl ,
bihe way, ill- illts nmiaged in thitis Con.
gress11, t40 getI 1 likefa orbl report frot tht(
prsein Cinitille 4n1 War im li l
inl th hlst Colinssa got i nl a'uitslii
re Itz lfr the 'C imiit tee oi l Claimris sn .
h-ill which he ilt)i t llved to refltair to they
t ithe .i:,5i wl hith ws. paid in fit.es ill
bhl (tssof tit Sheriffs who hatil heen ad.
jdd ~lVtin coitempt for nizing railroal
irlty (i itit m- In te nds o rtuf ai'i rci h
sit f the l'it ed llstagslte Cir Is o ur'I t-,' Slit
also i 5' i1g5 intrs ) 2111( fathere i nisi~ t t hil
2t'ngrss2 atd il fori th(le regt't t.ig of rlit
r'Vs'l' (igreevrshsipsand directing11~1 tht.ng tax
thel roa wsi re notl ison th y tantIo atll) recii.
r.Tis il wasj( ' Jsgges1ted b (i he liot. t i
ini Sot h Caroulit na, tad lit yousihl resntmber1
ihel I sis~latu memoirialize Conges tti'
wats ntne thereiit and itsi consideratioly
the' it'litteeu on 'thelli diludiir u uthe il
hinoale t i n i' t.;i andi the's h 'i passed lilt
lose, bu1 titi te Iitt( con ereon wet
151I ii'h lso isun tis' c (netdn uiit w tlerl
'n'liir lin o whi'A. Ltier penni 5(ngrati
: ll' hrii t.ef w ih menbrs fil' enhi t )1io the
'res.((tii an i in h~uills to fsi geneal iltp r
Sfi2-1 : a, f Ior it:invt, iaiibi wit h hei sol i:
btfoe thes Cotcite on Agr'ituturie hiht
prvideis for lthe furn. 1ieoshio sds hulbs
tinte oihy est hrough111C'itit cuntr lt'
forit hei propagt' 1ion'l' thd distiusti ofiue.
ai ngiy t' co'erygsan iexprie tit.0 sta
stin: andil, deiite r th fac thatti is illtiif
itibut'e (if husi' tisow lwa and unds r hiit:t
tw frankl''51i' t'r.iLtimer has)3 bi)rought. ti
connit' te ito itiihiay o lokin at 'vhe subs.
,iert, ..\nother bliltorwhoich he hbfor t vo
t'lnnittee onlt Pulie3 hsLadstsis eso t
Shtats \oftthesi11 Uni, asituit Inow, hale
thelbeefi)t'(of'ta certlin par of t hei pti a
hli' isigforti schoo liiurpse.' llThtevorigina'
Stat e it~iunos imit ther wereld ntsl
iiihi 1uo fands, hav neveglt'sr tado suhohendti
Tihil's hi ll hf Ait, La'time'i oto se s 'ilt ti'uu
ts granit.il'l 1(f landtsl ftor holi purpoe s
stt Carlina undaersiisi) thit tsmiati ui
w'ouihl b n t gl'ed ltti'utu.'.c0o,89ners; andls t'i
wh('ltofm contemplatesi tihat (lilt fs'niten
Stts as lie puborlict soilmansisisli l
salI dtiidetup t'hci 1oe ri'ataly atinonlii
the S'tateO' f~s en ited itlthtoiund'r' wheIprs
vison tof he hoi'l. sTe (itlie Lsat idisiCi
inoitee seiat.Ireent constituntes, i doiv
nateii ofby r Westiern men iso the St I ate1
itthin whoe bords' he pbi lamis .Iolie
an? they ar ver geeally ktoppoused i
shil.C1 a hl, ullr Laotit ie oatpsni'
thet teyes dof Eatern imen'o o rthe3 riuti o
hearito fce a rott, fri m 'iiIte' Ionuittetsi
t'ven'( t hui~stshould he Ia n adse na
Then if ht'Lel mattr touldht be fored to a' vot
inthe ocalouseo the 'lrge d(ltega itisfri
ts~he liae to be benmtited, New IYorkhs f
insaoe ith her dot tliepire'sentaltivets anmi
goihei Wer mn. ofU'ltiteuni 'itee, who
feafu that. toh lof ngwold ovride) ac
adves rprtillyt keep th nur
bied in thea couit oo m.nl Manttrs.
oban Jayb) (u~eq
is A Spartanbur'g .sGofal to the
d Greenville News under date March
C th,, has the following particulare
of the cowardly killing of Doputy
SMarhal John Kirby:
SAnRTANnoUna, S. C., March 5.- (
United StatOs Deputy iMarshal t
John Kirby was shot and killed to- i
(lay it Holly Springs, in thiscoun
ty. Mr. Kirby with two sons,
Jim and Lloyd, and two specials t
name11d John Mtiller and Newtonix
Browvn, loft her1-o Weldnesday after- a
110011 for a raid in tho upper ond. '
Last night thov found. and cap- v
tured two blockadors named Joe I
and Joli Dill and about sixty 11
galloini of corn liquor. John Dill v
wvas at troublosomeo prisoner anud C
rosisted so violently that he was t
hant11d cutl'od, Later Ie becanie s
(<uioter and prm)nise(d oe(dijneo aid I
tl c111's f were taken oil. The par- (
ty started in two wagons, N ililer
going tahlead vith tll seized whis
koy an1d tih(' othe1s following. The
rear wagon stoI)pped at Holy Iv
Springs early this m1ornling to rest N
an11d get brXak fast. Tie two K irhv
boys, slpposinig tht prisolers t'o
be, all righ. It and recolciltd, wen I
off to a pon1d near by to shoot
ducks. BIrovin Vas entirely oil,
his guard, fearing uno tr-ouble, amnd
Deputy Nirshal Kirby put. dowiI
the Wiich estor rifle ho carried and11
started to crawl into the wagonI.
While his back was tui-ied oue of
tlii Dills, supposed to bo John,
pickod ipi th rillo and fired a )uII
lot, into Kirby's hrin, killing him I
mlstantily. Ani attempt was matdo i
to shoot BrowI, bilt it seems thero
waIs only ono hullet in the rifo.
I-rown himself tried to shoot but I
his pistol failud to work.
ThIo Dills escaped, going in tho
dnt'ection of' la.sy Mountain,
(r'eenv ille county. Kirby's body
vas brought to this city. Nill'r
got in about 3 o'clock this after
110011, bringing the captured whis
koy anld reportinig the facts.
Kirby was one of the bo.-t known
illol inl this soctionl, havilg beoi
an ollicor for severn years. ILast
yor lhe shot and killed a m1an
iinied Hanmmet in this city. On
his second trial', 1w was convic
ted of ianslaughliter andt his caso is
n1ow pending in tle suprem o co't
on motion for a now trial. A. 11.
Dein, of Grecen illo, was his couni
Thto Legislatuire, wlich aid
jour'ned him) d(ie yisterday aftr
1001, was il stssioln ifl -f I1 (l.aYs
and durinig thal (ipI i vr . (o .lj 1
woro introulcei ati acted upon. t
As to the god or had results of
this Legislatuir. fi ne vill tell, but
to the casual ob1-rVer it hol 1i ,
if, outsido the i hills rvequired to I <
passed by Ilwt Cnstitution,
little was accomliliiel thlat ill
the pe' ple one way or the. othier.
The~ gr,-at mias-i of the m.-asurt's
are (of no( g'ineral imp.>ranlenor -c
road hilils buat thev were' ki lied in
ihe Senio.. Two t hmt imssed, how
ov~er', are of impiIor'tanlcc. The4 Ii rst
ent forfirt chtss and 2 et
rePil Iiill e(sIllieet alug 1" .dS ow\'ledc
atllen to have thei. samiE' thog
passen1ge rland fre1I'ii ght. ra tes.
altionl of which wil Iibe precept ibly
felt, is the 1iew~ lispensalry luiv
es8tabIlishilng a lioaird of (a'otro 1'd>c
electedl Friday night, ta t heyar
gener'ally conceded to Ile sledid
1Of l coure there ar'111e mla ny ot her
b'ills of' of' genieral apllicnti'on, bujt
Ihoir oper1ationI will not Ice geunral..
ly cv iden't to thie orinariiiuy cit izen.
1tedl with.1 the I rgislatunro f'or years
-say thiis was thle m1 st. r'emiarkabh.
session1 11n rspect to the illmhber'
of disagr'eementi s and1( confierences.
In fact thant was aill bef'oret the two
bodies for the last thriee daiys.
T Ihis wafs caluised bcy po'st pon1in1g tlhe
disposiltion (of' vital ly i m portant
mensuro to thlie v'ery last momenilit.
It is concoded to he a1 had1 prae1t ie'c
but it too ofteni hiappens to be the
'caso.-Columbia1! 1 Reg1ister'.
W \thy, t hen. ha~ve' we not a (com..
pliato aund organi izedl silver' league. ini
situa4tioni is simplyd~ this, the' Ma
'~conlventianI will h e ccent rol led hey
R leform11ers who Ibel ieve in 10( to I.
I Thaiit, ('icvet ion willI send de-.
atos to C'hicagi. pledged to siup
uport 110 main cor Piatform'11 thait ig
.. anud t.andltidatt. is focrt''d uponi the
D ~uooeratit' par'ty theni thle electo..
ral v'ote oif Sout Ih C'aroia will
1 not he enast f'or sucth a canid 'idatot.
Unil i thIis (ointIingoeyi ha1ppens,.
- hiowever', w~hyv shllId we hce asked
to go into that hierciulean task of
forming a no0w paty and'. surr 51 ien..
der'i 0our or1ganizationu to lie organ.i .
Iation t) the enemies of' the A111
ance and1( Reformn? What would
lie tho result of' thIis move? We
would have four' parties in this
St'ato, viz., the Clevolanid D~emo..
cascall ing themeleI(s the trute
Demiocr'acy, t he Refor'm ori A lli
an1ce, the Silver party, antd the
wvhito Ropublicans.-Cott(on Plan t.
It is said that .1,352 irains air
r'ive at and .leave Chiicago danily
about one-fourth being fr'eight
Georgia has qited ab6ut 800;.
)00 population i tho tbirtg years
mdizy with 1890, Alabama iearly
J00,000, 'South Caroliin about
50,000, and Louisiana about 500,
00. Nowhe~ro can a southern
tato bo found which has docroasod
n population or 11111 o the slow pro
ross of Maine and Velmont.
'hosos tatistics m1oan )1 1some
hulg. Thoy mean that the poo
Ile of the nort.heast, and northvest
ro tired1 of blizzitrds and droughbs.
hioy a(roking hollis in Sections
h'lore t ho colditions of existenco
ro miore favorabl. Already they
l'o Sfindilg la'ge coloies gouiltl
ilral, anid the wiping out of soC
ionallisnl wvill bring" millions of
11e Ii u'o. ThIlo 10xt dlclde (will
uO a big tido of imiigration
flingil" illto the soil lh.-- _A tlnte.
,ThIS 91- : S3.41000Cw
Norl'i Carlolilla 111s ])i'o(duCo<
Olle woIl(e(1'eIll Cows, Illi1. the oneo
tiC 1l ftriller living ill S.aleii
hpltonsh~lip, nea-tr Rle~igh, N
receltly sold to a Wilstoni
)lltcil 1' aliay ho regiliuded jtistlV as
oi( of i he imost, I'( 1e1irkli1)10 ovor
flow!i ill till) Silly solith. 1'Ie
ow VIli Rol(t \. s 2:? Yeils (Id.
'r ) u"rs sho hild 'givon two
rl!lont. of milk daily, m iking a
otal ot 12y,70 gallons. IaIndite
inilk ben11 sidld it 20 clits gml loiu
t wolll( 111vo I)rl'igilt $2,77..
his, auhll to t I $Ii5 forl which
lhe COW'S linou calxve's w(ro sold,
mikes $: 1 .)00C r ize1 l from ome
,ow. Tll fl'a ri 101' slvs t]hat wilmli
li W illd il0 :1 ,k'at lli1scow thegy
ouiglit t.it-y we.ro getting fresli
,li]i Ig v i.
o 111 1g 1 toi t Si .'ituly heir own
Old MW\ , ix-e-I <doll( kne w wha1"t
p Ii's bellt. oi. bit I k now tihat lies
)1'Oko oil p(kerr inlost o' (e tilit'.
Thrl iee-<quir"I - idv c;~ onl-d is the c
11110 oce-ii v ly him f'i 1 111l
1iiftu ill ilit' 2t ltilie. '[ '~ kn;if'
111s 111i11 nhi itS cil I'11) hlroughl
1ti i u' d (fn 'i .I 1:-; i
sc-1 'eli nle ii .1 11111 t -e (llly
n~l w".y...Il'li l
i will I >
h -- l nI a i t w
1a r has a 'r M i lit-risliing m
mt 11 M:1111'11 \i li t igvis. e
ht l ' o o sglp nialie tili
is a i b tto i ha ro
Lun fr Slhe.
nl aVr ii n i. ti~n ii- e iti n, hal.i
Mas n oi ia b, eIt. \\ i ii be tildt :it
ri ~ t ' slit* :t j it \V II i e.:a l tl -ls
Irn) !. Ap1 . 1 " T. '. . H 1E X ~iMONs, (Ji,-1'
:\9 hr eifsleon mercnt
.i ~ C.\lii tx,)A.N Den tist Kre.
i.ir"t iii~ni,~ot11)'Sc ie tif Amer in i
'i-r t.. s \IttI Agencyi~r~.. forX C,
\.A NN WI v. 'ite' uoliiWAY, Na YoltgK.a
oblest burenu ior reing i'tent linA ien2.S
the iti~e b a ieticin fre o- chgo nth
worbi splenibny i rae . No~ a tellbrentl
r St.:r IAmLM Abro Atir1NGNT
Hom i dr ufny ewarmy
-rtl sfi til b:0 ny weeklyt u r et l il-k
li I h's l'ti hedu till I il, the inl ti mpor-la'
I. itIil b o e pe -i i lils
O riirte 'a~OunTo Yea.
HOM AN- FARi. I comimgs tgi
llltl ~t it proil nntutil ,y haveii' Ca' mar
I hut 1:inli aitm s, in3 iii s. i- -
Ba uew :11 i i. lr e ~i ryet 'cilti
I ol r t i ,. l r u l ei D n T p
PWUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Right now is a good time to
begim a garden. We havo all
the seeds you want and also
I rish potatoos and tools to work
themii with. Don't forget these
Potato Ilooks, Rakes, Spades,
S hovels, Forks, and Wheelbar
New Hats and Shoes.
New Spring Dress Goods.
Nice and bright.
Go in our furniture rooms and
look all about.
See the nice beds and bureaus
and pretty rockers.
Sit down and rest that tired
Come everybody, but don't all
come at once.
TV. T. .M'Fa .
GOOD NE WS!
Pickens & Easley R.R.
To bc finished, provided we
can raise tie ony. Now, in
orler to (1o that, save your
diles 'and they will make dol
lars. Walker & Owings have
bouglt out the clleap "'Wreck
Store,'' 117 Main sreef , GAreen
ville, S. C.
They aro close cash buYers.
1Ru3'y bargains and sell bargains
is their Imiotto. Wn1011 you visit
(reeiville al want to find the
chieapesi store in town, look us
up, and we will Soon convince
you that we have the cheapest
gOOds ill the city.
Give us a call and sue for
yourself. We gualaniht to
save yoil money.
Walker & Owings,
117 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. :27, 1s ;, tf
THE~ PRESEN4T COLD
I haivn 10 palirs wooil Ilainkots
whlich haive lbe!n redIuced( to $.3 andl
WooleniI l'nderwecar f'or men and
womIIWn. Muslt bo soIld, our prices
NKi.I'IJP YOUR~ CIIHLDREN
A hig lot, of children's Wool
If )rawor. '.Those goods will ho sold
ltor leSS thanli cost.
A full stock of Shocs alwvays on
DRY GOODS AND SHOES I
15 Pendletoni St., (reeunvllle, s. C.
V Io' S(reet IA\ NILL, S. .
For L, tlies, Alisses and Chnidreni.
The luy keep cna.,nt ly on hand] all thne
Novelnes at lowet t price'.s.
Youir pamtr)o3nage soliled.
M 1s8ES McKAY,
\iai ni st re't., e enivinle, s. (.
.If you want theIn linest PICTURES inade
il1 the State, go to
118 Mr i ee Avenone Greni vi lle, S. c
Y Ciyon P'otramits a speciailty.
A pril 7- y.
costs cotton planters more
than five million dollars an
nually. This is an enormous
waste, and can be p~revented.
Practical experiments at Ala
bama Ex periment Station show
conclusively that the use of
" Kainit "
wvill prevent that dreaded plant
Our p-urm bllete are nuot ndvertie~ing cucreni.1rm. m
nu pial ceauilie bt, ar practuia works, contain,.
Ever? ottou huu r r lal lo n as ej slc line.
CERMAN IAJ.I \voi s,
Now 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
Consists of every Style, and is made of every fIabric. 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.
UND RW AR !
From 50 cents a Suit up to $5-oo.
Ne ek wear.
n-all the Latest Styles; made by the best houses in the world.
UNIVERSAL SHIRTS !
'\sk to see our UNIVERSAL SHIRTS; Laundried and Un
landried, They are said to be the best shirts in
the market for the money.
EVE RY THIN-G.
n fact, we have EVERYTHING that is carried by a Clothing,
Hat and Gents' Furnishing House.
EVERYTH IC NEW!
NO OLD GOODS, and all we ask is a call from you.
Thanking you for past patronage we are
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
11:3 and 115 31ain Street, Creenville, S. C.
Just receivedl and opeOned Up
he nmcest line of Ladlies' Un
lerwear ever shown in this
na.1ket. Gowns, Chemise, Skirts,
Jorset Covers, Drawers. We
unrantee the prices to be lower
han you can buy the smn~e gar
n~ent for from any Newv York
mulse. Wer cordially mnvito all
admes to call anid seo our stockc,
~vhether' you want to buy or
iot. Miss Mamie Townsend has
harge of this department and
vill take pleasure at any time
n showing you through.
Ladies' Shirt Waist.
Just opened up a pretty line
of Ladies' Shirt Waist at the
popular priccs--50 cents, 75 cts.
and~ $1.01); these are cheaper
than you can b)uy the goods and'
have them made up.
JIust in a large line of Wash
Silks for waist and full diresAss
at 33 cents. Call and see thenm
you are sure to buy as they aro
so pretty and~ such great value.
THAN EVER PRODUCED,
KOLOTHES, HATS AND FURNISHINGS
WE'r1E TALKING ABOUT.
Look over the stock; it's complete now,
and see if you don't agree with us. One of
two things we always rnean to do: To sell
you better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sell you the samne goods
at a lowver price than you get them else
GaRENtoLL S. C.a