HE PEoPLE.S N 1
___ PICKENS, 8, C., TI tAY, NOYEMBR'8194
All egie e tfabrics and
newewt styles known to the
fasIjAsw world. are now display
83, Main St. Greenville, 8. C.
* rheise garments are the finest specimens of the tai'oring
arf and without exepption -the most tastefully--made good"
ever shown in Greenville,
Is it not to your interest to buy where you can combine
style quality and economy? This can be done at
83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C.
We are stocked from Cellar
to Garrett with every thing
known to the Clothing trade,
and at such prices as will sur.
prise even the passer-by.
LOO I~ OON8IDE I
250 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00
350 " " 7.50 " 11.00
250 " " 8.50 " 12.50
175 '- "12.00 " 16-50
275 ' ' 15.50 " 20.06
300 " "36.50 " 25.00
A full line of Boys tand Cbildrens Shirts at the same
And as for Overecoats, and Rubbers. "McIntosh" Coats>
We ten- compete with the world, in both styles, colors and
* ~ as-TrESE GOODS must be sold at once Regard.
less of profit.. Be sure to call at 83 Main Street, before
83 Mahin Street,
1 ovedber, 1-94. ~ O'EENVILLE, S. C
..'t.. ~aL'~oraadrfu eowed?
* ..'.u "fU i ." Yr e ak e mory, Los ofats
lra-,a . 1" E V ,. EEDUO'L ., Matt~erSlBo iTerpleCcAus.
bvovreA Resonale.~Sii~~ccetOuoo Reqo.pue s.
utaua~wbcb~ ,ntr ym v pli & orr5U~Y Can he ar oied
Rasstececket.his s o tha a 95etlamentrjd Inu t ma ode w
giveswv-It." ~aav Ift o urea to pa yofu themnty dt alth
N r its s o r ot, com a rtv .rtfornhee enia ,ok d tseand th<
Our Badg ooaes forB Clne
andowe wiltry~ wto ar'ry anothe ear
Has rcei -e -i St$, of6 n of e r ofria, nd h ert jitildg
Bruse~omthat a eettlment ke ogst ii tt
-- - No w tor Y yoerwat t d t~ wofir
I pa th higestp esforut e ta etwenl i oI tot geti tha
FAR LLff~ O to ed a p liake t, at woud ral
And ill eH ou Godsinecag at K~hae aot .LPIS al f the. oti0
line ofae~voowsin ndfil
Goest rtyes and DryGost wm~ pa hle price~ forcoto
J.E.Brwe. etletkn A~~ip~.-eth 0
rns AO.0osand s ' rthr e rrt*4ta'~fi
16I. ROlI)ET'a KLKSB Y ,
Phv01cn rdY 8rFdon1
Office, t his realdene- ain StrePycan f ro n,
K. 0. BoWEN. L. E. CHILDRKSS.
IJOWEN & CHILDRESS,
Attorneys at Law
Picke, 'i. C,
Out. 5. 1893.
R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
.IW. M. N<.RWOOD, Assistant. Office,
88 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Jan. 9, '92 y
D R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gre'n.
' vllle, S. C. Ofilc over Addison &
McGee's Drug Store.
DR. W. F. AUSTIN,
SENECA, 8. C.
Will be at Central the 2nd. week and at
Pickens the 3rd. week in each month.
August 23rd. 1814
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years experience. Graduate from first
Schoola-under patrona g of highest Medi
cal authority, makes and properly adjusta
any Atyle Spectacles. Ofire over Dr. Ad
dison's Drug Store, Greenville, S. U.
June 28, 1894._
1. E. H1AGOO), J. L. THORNLEY, Jn
L. C. THORNLEY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livery, reed, Wle I hohae tAlu,
Easley and Pickens, S. C..
Carriages, Buggles. and 8addle Horses, at
a&- Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLARK. GEO. B. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
M urbe alf nite o1numents,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
8. 0. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURES made
in the State, go to
118 McBee Aveune Greenville, S. C
S- Crayon Portraits a specialty
I NOW HAVE TWO GOOD
TWO HORSE FARMS, for
which I want good Tenants.
C. L. HOLLINGSWORTH.
Oct. 1, 1894.
Wtches, DimoNds & Jew ,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Has just opened all latest styles of
SpriNg and Summer illoery.
At the lowest possible prices.
Main Streot, Greenville, S. C.
A pril 19, 1894.
LEE P. ORR,
FREEMAN BUILDINo, I1CKENs, S. C.
Am~ now readly to do0 all kinda of work in
my line. Instantaneous process andfinish
ed in latest and most popular styles at low
est prices possihe for first-class work.
.June 2Jt, 1891. ly
W INTER ILLINEY.
We have retuirned from the Northern
and Eastern ma'rkets wIth a full lIne of
M1IlNERY, inclu~ding all the Novel
ties of the season.
We are closing out our DltlESS GOODS
a.. a great sacrittee.
A 1line of Tl01ES' SilOES, In .mall
sIzes, at half-prlce.
45 Cofree St., Greenville, s. C.
Oetlobe~r 11, 1894.
Notice to D~ebters alnd Creditors
All p~ersons having claims against
the Estate of Jacob M. King, de
ceased1, are notified to present the
same to the undersignod, proporly
approved, on or before the 1st day
December next. Persons in'debted
to said Estate mnust make payment
on or before timie above mentioned.
MARGARET C. KING,
J. MONROE KING,
Oct. 18.-8t Administrators.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanoo.
ga, Tenn., says: "Shiloh's 'Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
considecr it the best remedly for
a debilitated system I ever used."
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
old by all druggists.
INE S ES.
ErRYa MP *O.NEVL~.W
Everything in R.eadiness
for Cold Weather Wants.
P1I6ESt Well here are a few
1t White Blankets, 65c.
All wool~led flpmnol, 12.Ac.
Extra heavy all wool red twilled
White flannels from 124c., 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
JEANS I Here we are strictly in
it. Good Jeans at 10 cents and
20 cents, at 25 cents we sell you
the best makes (all.wool filling)
of Georgia and Tennessee goods.
biens and Ladies plain and rib
bed winter weight under vest, from
25 cents to $2.00.
34 inch Henrietta and Cassi
more in black and colors at 16c.,
86 inch all wool dress flannel at
54 inch all wool dress flannel at
irNOW HERE !
25 Yards extra heavy Shirting,
21 Yards, yard wide Sea Island,
50 Dozen Childrens Heavy rib
bed Hose, at 5 cents, well worth
Our Shoe stock is just full of
good things for Babios, Children,
Mon and Women. The bost Ladies
$1.00 Shoes to be had anywhere.
Mail orders will receive prompt
attention. Call on us at 15 Pen
Nov. 8-94. Greenville, S. C.
Jobbers of Ci[ar3 a~d Tobacco,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Now is the time for .sovring
field seeds. When you want to
Crimson 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
And when you want to buy
Coffee, (Seed-tick, Rio,)
Or anything in hJe Grocery line,
go to FERGU'ON BROS.,
107 Main-st., Greenville.
'The following letter from the
happy holder of a Tontine
Policy, gives a few facts and
figures, in which there is profit
able food for thought:
Mr. w. J.nornec Mnaer c i i. a.
the 20th insi ncoshi hek or ro i
209,12is ylie in the Equitabl Lie sur'
I am pleased with the reulti on my policy
skin Lf Insurance as a sate and rliable
cor p yontat meto ts clims promptly
Yours very truly. W. s. Poys.
Life insurance under the
Tontine Plan of the EQUITABLE
LIFB is an investment, not an
expense. The returns mature
during life, as well as after
death. If you are a single man
you owe it to yourself. If you
are are a married man you owe
It to your family. The time to
act is now. interesting par
ticulars can be had by addressing
W. J. RODDBY, Managers
Department of the Carolinass
ROCK HILL, S. C.
*a -the -aean Vdu-a.
91ArMS ' FIND WrS4Y' AND
1BmhIN THE SAhMPIA RoOMr-A'R.
R2sTe TO JR MADW. -
Constables Faut and Beach and
Deputy Sheriff Cooper yesterday
morning raided the saloon of the
Grand Contral Hotel, of *hich
Wink Taylor is propriet6r.' No
*vhiskey or beer were found behind
the bar but in the 'sample room,
in the rear of the office of the ho
tel, the officers discovered a demi
john and a gallon jug of rye *his
key and fifteen bottles .of eiport
beer.- A funnel, a corks'reW.a nd
other evidences of - a retail liquor
business were. taken by the !con
stables. Besides the seizure -Of
thocontraband stuff, the consta
bled took possession of the bar fix
tures, worth .a good deal of money.
During the day representatives of
C. C. Habenicht went to.. GVer
nor Tillman and claimed that -hb
intended to have moved th'6na out
yesterday. Pending and investi
gation of this claim the property
was allowed to remain where it
Two hours after the search had
been made a detecive made affida
vit, and it was given to Governor
Tillman, that an hour after the
raid he saw two drummers got
drinks across the counter of the
Proprietor Wink Taylor and Bil
ly Fitzgibbon, his clerk, will be
arrested fo'r inaintaining a nui
sance and for selling whiskey in
violation of the Dispensary law.
October, 29, 1894.
Mn. EnITon: In defence of my
self, I beg space in your valuable
paper to correct a false-report that
was circulated about me during
the last election. It was not uin-.
til the second election was over
that I heard it.
The reason I have not corrected
it sooner was I was trying to find
out the author of it. The report
is just this, that I was .brought
out as a candidate for Supervisor
of Registration by L. C4. Reid..
1 want it distinctively under,
stood that L C. Reid ' was in
Georgia, when I sent my 'Aame up
and that he ievep knew aiythiiig
about my coming. ut, as acaidi
date, or that I had an ide-a of'1ueh
until he paie back from.eoorgi.as
after mny' lame had' been an'otqn
ced near'by two Weeks aniidmen the
I was, of course,. soJicitedby my
friends to rup, by .0.. coysei-va
tives and reformers, but es foi' L.
C. Reid ever solfciting me to run
for any office is a lie ind the an.'
thor of it is. a liar. -and th. truill
don't abide in him ..
L. C. Reid, so far as I4iiow:is
a gentleman, but I wantr .ie: ctij
tious and chamelionizing author
of that lie to know that . C. Ueid
nor no other .ma~n is mys boss,
am 21. years old. .. .
I shall over feel. gratefi, 1to;the
voters of Pikensi County; fore the
supp~ort that they gav~ ene in j1otli
elections. . . -
In respose to a cM1l fromr. the
joint commnittees of-' Liberty. jpnd
Easley township singing issocia-,
tions. The Pickens bouiity sing,
ing convention was 'argarijzet\ at.
mn., by the electfbh ~5f tbo follow
J.. -T. Childress,. president;, L.
L. Mauldin and Joel -1K Miller,
vice-presidents; .De*an 'ingloton,
secretary ;W. W. Nois~ opduc
tor. On Motion the .preside ut ap
pointed the. following omm'rittees.
Executive Committee, A., .1;1.
Leslie, W. W.. Norris, W. E. Sru ith.
On constitutionm and- by -laws, L.
Mauldin,J. HI. Miller, A. 11. Los.
lie,. J.T; ChilIdrosse. after some
discussiinisertou the~;aimn and ob
jects of the constitustion.: On mo.
tion they adjournod one'hour for
After refreshing the inner man,
we reassembled in the house and
listened to some fine music con
ducted by the f'olowing nianie'd
professors, thirty miinutes e'h:
W. W. Norais, WV. E. Smnith," A.
H. Leslie and J. T. Chiildress. Oni
motion adjourned te . meet time
and place to be named by the
The crowd was smill but the
music was good antl It is~ h~ped
that all who take any interest 1i0
that parL of divine wokshie calleA
singing will take a hand in ad
vancing the standard of ~mneic~ to
a higher plane, for we. are com
manded to sing praises to his nanie,
as much as to pray, or any other
part of worship, and it is a lamen
table fact that the music, as ren
dered ini the average congregation,
is far below what it should be an<4
If we are such pro~ressive people,
then we *hid progress some in
mit church mnusic. ''u, D. s.
A WMT E R CIMPAIN.
Tus J4 esaxFo9t'TouS 'At VA
WAND PORT ARTHUn.
WAsHINGTON, Oct. 80--Two im.
portant and significant Japansw
victories are recorded by United
States Minister Denby in a cable
4o the State department from Pe
kin to-day-. lie says that th.e
Chinese forces have been 1'defeated
at Chin lion dh, adi ,bie ie
treated. t.o<--1ikdon, he - also re
pprts that .the aane(se have tak.
en''one of the Chinese folrt. at
The scene of the first engage..
ment is just across tho Ya Lu Riv
er in Manchuria and i4t Aiarks the
first real aggressivo movemnent, by
th'e Japanese on Chinese soil, for
it is believed here tht the prece
ling movemlents on the west side
of the Ya Lu liver by tho Japan
see have -been in the nature of
skirmishes to develop the reail
strength of the Chinese forces.
rhis having been done tho Japan
3se are supposod to have formally
mntered upon a campaign .with
Moukden, the Manchurian capital,
as its objective point. Wnless
they are fully prepared to make 'a
winter campaign, somothing here
tofore unknown in Eastermi wel fare,
they vill be obliged to force the
fighting and move wit.h great speed
as but fifteen days remain o' the
Open season and after that the
cold usually becomes intense.
In the pejghborhood of Port
Arthur, wher' the second Japanese
successis reported, the wiinter cli
mate is not so sovere,.andopera
tions y be maintained until
much later. ii the. season, part icu
larly in view ofAJhe excellent baso
:)f supplies af'orded for the Japan
se troops .in the ll('1pres'ce of their
:nwn war vessela in 'the .oigbhdr
hiood,.kgoping open fre Ilins of
eommunication . Ivith' Coreia and
Japanese supply, ports. 1t. ist.hi
lieyed here. that, notwitptnidiing
theitaking af Chuipse ftrt by the
Japenese at .Port Arthur, i lie'placO
wvillobo able to hold. out for a long
i It is ..strongly fortified by
1nd .and sQa, the pl.anls having
bgqn drawn by. experioiced Euro
pean engineer. officers, anld with
sny )1ttho. mlQ*Bt reckle.ss: and
cwhx ly .mnagemuent onl theipart
of its.j4qfenders shnuld offer most
(oTnidable restance. Exports in
W\Vtshingtog believo that it can mot
be reduced. by the .Ja'papese wi t h
out .the.uso of .heavy siege art ilery,
and,..so-far as rep~orted, thy~ *rJpan
ese are not supph~led with this. JIn
#anweh as the capture ofPort A r
thg~r WouldI .pspalt in 3giving, Japin
control- of. the Gulf' of P~o Obmelil
ang, cut..off* the. Chinese enplital
fromc~ommumnication wii tb 'fhe son,
Wyilxmnake mos~t*detegin ed- 9fpit
to capture th~e ,fortr'ess. -. The (>e
tief..that they are prepared in (1o
thin, e~veni.. if ,it.zinvolves..a lng
s.iege atnd.wmnter campaign, is bor~ne
out by. the fact that the agenta" of
the .Japan~ese Glovernmen t in., th is
counmtry hiave quietly bought up is
vast store of goat sklne and .bavo
practically cornerod the m'atkete
Asr these skins are commonly ipsed
int.Ohi.na and Japan as a necesay
part- of: a soldier.'.winter raimnen t,
it~ts fair to presume that the Ja
panese are making ready for a
news of the (lay at. bothi the .Ja
panese and Chinese legations here.
The former up to noonm had re
coived nio advices .from their home.
Governmnent relative 'to the. last
on'gage nents. an d the ' Ollio
miinis'ter'eovideritly vWas. in .a simi
iar'pition, for heaivis anxiously
seking news fioni SNtyGe.
'amn this niornimig Sitiydfe o
*ale of Camperdowni.
On the '81st uit., at 12 o'clock
an4 mnachunerypf the Camnperdown
cott n mill together with ~'helot
corner of Mdin stroot and the road
leading to the mill oflco. 'The
sale is rnade i;y virtue of a d(o
ef~etaI ordor 'of Judge hiipionton in
tile case of 0.' I-. Samidon & Co.
vs. the Camperdown cott6n mills
et :4l, -Considerable ' interest is
shown. in this sa .as the property
offeied jie valuable...
MInt. Sampson is iii 'the city as
well as others '*ho 'at interested
in the a.a
ID. Floy74 Spaw~>
ANOTPER DEA'r, FRox M A
(Ioatt 4lnd another 8ode-Aiti'
de fr.an ather ca'selhavc result.
6d from .0 the m8lpox opigemic
-Which. beg 'ip' -thfg rgf
of tho-Jiitrior Depariment; mnd
the Marino Hospital Servider is iii
investigating a broport-~ that still
anothet .doatli 'traceablo to the
same ourco -has .occurred. Wile
lami Owens, a young dian employ.
ed il .tho Conus Offie a o nmes.
songer, died thii morn-ing froi the
diAseasO at the Post house. ..Inv6s.
tigatioi by' th Mariio- H1ospita -
Sorvico into tho suspicious illnes
of VanBuron Norwood, a laborer
in the Interior Department, living
at Hynttsvillo,Md., shows that his
caso is one of gmallpox. Lottie
In11111dol, a colored woman, w11os6
tousii died last weok from the dis
easo, coitr'acted through contact
wit.h an .1utorier Dopartnient em
ployeo, is reported to have died at
Glyiont, MId., twenty-one miles
fromi Washington on the Potomac
and the Marine -ospital Service
is investigatir.ig. So far there
have boon throe deaths and eleven
cases traceable to the Law Divis
ion of the Interior Dopartmont,
not counting that reported at
The contract for drodging and
improving the Harlom River, Now
York, will be awarde(d to Ritten
house I. Mooro of- Mobile, Ala.,
Iy the War Doeiartment. When
proposuls for doing the work wore
opwl thie bid of Mi. Mooro was
found to '1)0 colsidorably lower
than thomo of his competitors, the
ioxt lowest being that of a Now
York firm. - 1i Engineer Offico
at, Now Tork after examining the
h ids fnlrwa dod athoni to Colonel
Casey, Chief of Engineers- with
tio recoinmmiendation that tho hid
4f tl NOw. York-firm be accoptod.
lie Snugestod that the bid of Mr.
Mooro' was inforinal becauso of
two irregularities: Colonel Casey
examinod the bids and endorses
the recommondation of the Now
York onginver anid mont 'the pa
poei' to t'ho SeZretay-of War in
th is slaPo. Sen atoi Pugh'of Ala
bama heard of tho ohjection to the
bid of Mr. Moore and saw' Colonel
C'asey. a bout, (ho mat~toi'.' Soon af
teor (hoSenator's visIt 0olonol Cas
(ly reosdrdhsaction,, struck
out his~ applrova! of the focommien
dalt11 ions of.th'e New f'ork officer,
amlj...rottu'rnod, thomnytter to the
oootary with . Lhe :pagoiynenda
tirn ha t l ir. Mfog bho. awarded
the cointract' This is brobably the
lirst timoothiat a fi'in so'far South
has slceoded( inl securing such a
inrge. con tract in Now York.
:Ini -view;<>f the great numbier of
postoflido, Jnigaios and highway
mail* l. rpb Igst .the, Postmaster
GOonera~l to-.day issited'olfers of re
ward as -follows :
*"Onoe "thousmid d4ulIlars. for the
conevidioi o any pers5on,-in any
Uni i'tedi States Court, oin tihe charge
of 'robbing t he nIs twhile being
conlvoye~d' in a nmailtl a1'(ttached to
"'Five imhdr'(ldd fafbfr the
conitioni( of anyif'roof, in any
Uit ied Statos 0otii'tt oh th'ochargo
of1 iovern tho'ntaih'~boitn convey.
od over andost. rimt6 '6bhir than
a railway. E'
"Tw'~o huni'fi and fifty 2'ollars
for the conviction ini any United
States Court on the charge of at
toin'pting to rob the mails being i
convoed over any post.roiteo.
"One hundlrod a'nd -fifty dollars
for the 'arrest, and conviction of
nily p)Or'5on, ill and) United~States
Court, on the charge of breaking
into a p)ostoflico and stealing
thoerofro or of' robbing' postof
fico, or of larceny from a 'postof
ti o, of an amount not exceeding
$100, andl $200 where the amount
T he Prsident' to-day appointed
.to bo -postmator H-. 'D. Floyd,
vice 2 'i'. Poidiio riai Spartamnburg,
S. C. -~.
In~ his annual report to the Se
cretary of tho Navj, Judge Advo
.cute Gone'ra Lomig say~s that tha
use of' Adel in ship bumldings has
.made. -umocessai-y the coentinu
anco of the live oak- reservations
in Florida, Alabama anidhississip
pi and he suggested that tIese be
restored to tho"ynublic doinaiii,
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