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PICKENS C. II., S. C.:
Thursday, Jan. 11, 1877.
We have received from the first
clas publishing house of Walker,
Evans & Cogiwell, Charleston, S. C.,
a handsome .Hampton Calendar for
It is stated that at the last Cabinet
mooting; it was decided to -'hands off"
in the affairs of the Southorn States,
and leave tho final salution of the po
litical complications to tho taxpayers.
If this courso is only maintainod at
Washington, tho Democratic victory
in this Stato is already achieved.
The Hampton Tax.
Governor 1atnpton, in an address,
which we publish elsewhero, calls
upon the taxp)ayers to c'ntributo one
tenthb the tax of last year, to the sup
port of his Government. We feel as
sured that nearly every taxpayer in
the Cour,ty will respond promptly to
the Government of his own choice.
Let us be punctual, and give Gov.
Hampton all the support he desires.
If any should pay taxes t.o the son
called government of Chnmberlain,
they are only throwing away their
money, for they will ces t.ainly have it
1.0 pay again.
The State Board of Canvassers of
Florida, reca nvassed the vote for Gov
ornor under order of the Supreme
Court, which gave the State to the
Democrats. Stearns, the Radical in
cumbent, Luccumbed, and Drew, the
Democratic G overnor elect, was duly'
inaugurated on the 3d instant.. Tho
General Assembly has organized, both
branches being DiemocraLtic. TUhis gives
the Democrats control of the State,
and makes her safe for the Demorate.
in the future.
The Electoral veo was not re-can
vassed by the whe'lo Board. The two
Reopublican members refusing to go
into the canvass with At.torney Gen-.
eral Cocko. lie, however, made
a re-canvass, which gives the State to
Tildenl by 94 votes. The Supreme
Court accepted the action of t he Board
in making a re canvass for Governor
* only. Whbat action will be taken in
1morence to the electoral vote is not
statedl. We presume Congress will
settle this matter. WVe rejoice that the
"land of flowers" is permanently res
deemed, and placed in the hands of
her own native citizens, which insures
her a bright and prospoerous future.
We publish elsewhere, in this issue,
the proceeding of the County Comn
missioners on last Monday, in refer
enceo to making provisions to meet the
judgmnent obtained against the Coun-.
ty's sureties on the supersedeas bonds.
Under the resolutions $3,100 was
loaned the County on the spot, and
by next Saturday, it is believed, the
entire amount ($7,600) will be obtain
ed from eitizens of the County. We
trust those who have the money will
cobe forward and let the County
havo it. It is only for a short timo,
ao h tax to pay the loan has al
ready been levied and will be collected
indue'time. No man could make a
safer investment of his money.
z. Ba Vance, was inaugurated Gov
a of North CJarolina on the 1st
~4of January,.amid great enthusi
aetrgand rejoioing of the popjlo. The
old 'MTA hell" .8tate Is at last per..
Louisiana, like South Carolina, now
has a dual government. The infa..
mous returning board of that State,
like our own sweet abontod board,
throw out enough of the Democratic
members elected to the Legislature to
give the Republicans a majority. The
Democrats, who were clearly and le,
gally elected, conted for their rights,
and in order to prevent them enter%
ing tho State House, the Radicals bar
ricaded the doors, and Kellogg, the
Radical Governor, stationed a strong
force of Metropolitan poline around
the Stato House. The Democrats
remonstrated with him and insisted
that the obstruction to their entrance
to the State House should be removed
but to this lawful nnd reasonable ap,
poal,-Chamborlain like, ho turned a
deaf ear, bent on carying out the revot
lutionary schemes of this party and
masters at Wathington. The Demo
urats withdrew, and, with a conetitu%
tional quorum, or'ganized both branch
es of the Legislature, outside of the
Stato .1ouso. Tho whole affair was
nearly an exact repotition of the scenes
in South Carolina, through which we
have just pust. Tho Radical revolu,
tionist declared Packard. their candi
dito, elected Govornoi-; while the
Democrats dcclarod General Nchols
and Mr. Wiltz Governor and Liouten
ant Governor of the State. Both par
tios will inaugurato their candidates
and there will be a dual government
in Louisiana. General Nichols, the
Domocratic candidate for Governor,
boat Packard, the Republican candi
date, near 10,000 votes, and the in
vestigations of the Congressional Com.
mitteo have proven that all the intim,
idation and fraud in tho election was
o) tho Republican side. The Demo
crats carried the State peacefully,
honestly aud lawfully for Tilden and
the State ticket, and the fact will be
so ustablivhid; and they, like the Dem
ocrats cf this State, being armed with
the laws and Constitution, arc bound
to succeed, and hurl from power the
Radical thieves who haive so long
plundered the State.
Notice to Officers Elect.
STATE OF SUTHI CAROLINA,
Columbia, Januamy 7, 1877.
Sir: In response to the many letters
rccived from County offleers elected
at the general election hold on the
7th November, 1876, requesting in
formation as to the proper course to
be pursued by them, I submit the fol
lowing instructions for their guid
Every person elected to c'flicos at
the last general election will, where
Bond is required by law, execute such
BiondI, have it duly app)roved by the
Coun ty Commissioners of the County,
and recorded in the Registry of
Mesne Conveyance for: the County,
and will also take the oath of office
required by law, and return the same
to this office, together with the official
Bond; and upon receipt of the same,
with proof that the Bond has been
duly approved and recorded, a com
mission will issue, in due course. The
right to the office is derived from the
election and not from the commission;
the latter is only an evidence of the
election, and the delay in forwarding
it does not in any way affect the title
to the ofBece or the right to perform
the duties of it.
All persons elected to office are re
quested to qualify as early as possible
and( enter upon the discharge of the
duties of their respective offices. In
case tho incumbent refuses to deliver
possession, proceedings should ho at
once instituted in the Courts to comn
1)01 him to vacate the office.
WADE IHAMPTON, Governor.
PaOMrT AcTION.-1n a letter 'to a
['rend in Charleston a few days ago,
Gov IIamp)ton casually mentioned that
paymnt in advance of the regular
oall for the tern per cent. centribution
to the support of the legal govern.
mont would be acceptable on account
of the suffering public institutions.
Immediately the response came from
some taxpayers who hoard of it, and a
liberal sum was placed in bank sub..
ject to the order of the Governor. lIe
yesterday notified Dr. Ensor and Col.
Parmele to come forward and receive
their respective quotas for the Luna
tie Asylum and the Penitentiary.
The Raral Carolinian has susponed
for want ot patroage. It was a spion%
did Agricuiltural Magazine, and will be
a consbiderab!e loss to planters gen
Keeting of the County Commssioners.
COUNTY COMMIBsIONZR's OFMoZ,
January 8, 1877.
In the matter of the payment of
the Supersedeas Bonds, after a general
ionsultation andidiscnssion of the sub..
let, the following Preamble and Re
5olutions were offered by Commis
sioner G. M. Lynch, and unanimously
WHERMAS, the Bank of Commerce
and the Richmond and Danville Rail -
way Company of Virginia, have
brought suits and obtained judments
against tho County of Pickons, and
its suroties on the supersedeas bonds,
and demand that the money due
thereon be paid atonco by executihf,
if not otherwise paid; and whereas,
in anticipation of such judgments be.
ing obtained and enforced, the County
Commissioners at their last annual
meeting did levy a tax of eight mills,
to be collcoted at the next regular
taxpaying, to pay off the same if ob
tained; and whereas, owing to the
confusion in the State Government,
the said tax is not likely to be collect
od until after the said judgments may
be enforced by execution against the
individual sureties on the said bonds;
and whereas, it would be folly to al
low additional costs to be added to
the said judgments against the Coun~
ty, by lovies and sales of the private
property of the individual sureties on
said bonds; and whereas, it is the
moral and legal duty of the principal,
the County of Pickens in this case,
to hold its sureties harmless, and
.horoby avoid litigation and troublo
between the County and its sureties
Therefore, be it resolved by the full
Board of County Comr.issioners now
1. That each taxpayer of Pickens
County be asked to pay for the Coun
ty of Pickens, such a sum of money
as ho may be able on the aforesaid
judgments at once.
2. That, such monies paid shall be,
and constituto a debt against the
County of Pickons, which shall bear
intereat at the rate of one p)or cent.
por month until refunded out of the
eight mills tax as soon as collected, or
3. That C. L. iHollingsworth be ap
poin ted agent for the County of Pickcs
ens, to receive such monies as may be
paid by the taxpayers on the judg
ments nioresaid, and obligate the
county to refund the same, witih the
interest thereon, by signing the names
of the Countty Cornmmliiners, andii
affixing the seal ol the County there,
4. That the monics thus obtained
shall att once be ap)plied to the pay
mneet of the said judgments, by the
agent aforesaid, who shall take a rec
ceipt in the namonec.f the county for
the monies paid.
5. That the acknowledgment made
and given by Pickens County, through
the agent aforcsaid, to each taxpayer
for. payments made as herein before
indicated, shall be in the followi ing
form, viz: $ . 'This instrument
of writing witnesseth: that A. B. C.
has paid on the judgments obtained on
the Supersedcas Bonds against the
County of Pickens, in the Circuit
Court of the United States,
Dollars; and that he is entitled to
have the same refunded to him, with
interest at the rate of one per cent.
per month, until paid out of the eight
mills tax levied~ for the purpose of
paying off the same, as soon as col
lected; or otherwise rofunded.
Given under our hands and official
seals, this the eightl' day of January,
A. D. 1877.
JOHN T. GO-'SETT,
G. M. LYNCH,
County Commissioners P. C.
C. L. lioTLINGsWORT II, C.B.C.P.C.
&ddress to the People of South Car olina.
COLU MBIA, S. 0., Ja nuary 1, 1877.
In accordance with and under the
authority given by the annexed roso
utions of the House of Representa,.
Lives, I hereby call upon all the faith,.
Eul, law-abiding and loyal citizens of
South Carolina who desire to mair.tain
,he government of their choice, to
~ome forward promply, and to pay
en per cent, of the amount of the taxes
paid by them last year. Due notice
will be given to the citizens of each
younty of the appomntment of' some
propor agent for the collection of the
sontribution here called for. The re,%
solutions of the House of Representa
ives authorize a call for twenty,five
per cent. of last year's taxes, but all
immediate wants of the legitimate
government of the State can be sup.
pled if the people will respond geners
ally to the call here made for ten per
3en. The inmates of the charitable
and penal institutions of the State are
now suffering for want of proper sup,.
plies, and it is to meet their needs
which appeal to us so strongly that
funds are now required.
i1. is for the people of South Caroli..
na now to determine whether they
lave Installed or the attempted usur%
pation which is only upheld by the
bayonets of the Federal troops. I am
but the representative of the people
f the State, and to their decision I
4ball boiw with profound respectb As
long as t.hoy choose to suport me as the
duly elected Governor, I shall main
tain that position, and if supported by
them I feel sate in assuring them that
their rights will soon be firmly estab
lisbed and I fully recognized. Our
cause is just, and we have left its vin
dioation to the highest legal tribunal
of the State and of the United States.
I adjure our people, therefore, to be
steadfast, law-abiding and peaceful,
and I pray Lhe now year will bring to
thom th-e blessings of peace and of
prosperity. WADE HAMPTON.
Governor of South Carolina.
VHEREAS the organization of the
State government is obstructed and
hindred by the refusal of a majority
of the members elected to the Senate
to recognize the Hon. W. D. Simpson,
Lieutenant Governor of South Caroli
na, as their Prosident, and this the
liouse of Representative-recognized
by the Supreme Court as the constitu
tional body-as the co-ordinato branch
of the General Assembly, and thereby
the passage of the ordinary and nec
essary legislative enactments is ron
derod for the present impracticable;
and whereas it is essential to the peaco
and dignity of the State and the wel
fare of the people that the machinery
of the government should not be sus,
pendod by such extraordinary, unpro.,
codented and revolutionary conduct
of a small portion of one branch of
the government, and whereas it is
necessary that ways and meatns should
be devised and provided for the sup
port and maintenance of the executive
egislative and judicial departments of
the government, together with such
subsidiary or snbordinate offices as ar
or may be incident to or inseperably
connected with the discharge of the
ordinary or nocessary functions of
thom, or either of them, and more es,
pecially for the sustenance of the
charitable, penal and educational in,
stitutions of the Stato of South Cairos
lina and ot the respective counties
therein; therefore, be it
Resolved, by the House of Reopre,
sentaItives of the State of South Caro,
lina, now met:
1st. That his Excellency Wade
J1ampton, Governor of this state, be,
and ho is h'ereby, authorized and ros
quired forthwith to issue his pla,C:
mnation calling upon all faithful, law
abidng and ioyal citizensi to come Icor
ward, anid wi .iout delay, and at siuch
daLto and within such time as the
Governor may .-eem proper, pa to
such person or personis as the G overn
or shall designate and appoinr~t in each
county, the sum of twventy five per
cent. or oneo fourth of the Stato and
county tax, exclusive of any special
extra tax, in the respective counties
paid by all such persons in and for the
last fiscal year.
21. That for the sum i of mencey
that may be paid by each person uin
(dr the pr1ov'isions theroof, proper res
ccipts or vouchers shall be made, ex,
ecuted and delivered by the personf or'
persons duly authorized to receivo the
samoe, which receip)t or vouchers shall
be received as payment of thiat much
of- the regular tax when collected or
to be collected under the proper tax
3d. That the Governor delegate
the duty of collection to the respective
County Treasurers, or to such other
person or' persons as he may deem it
wise or advisable to appoint; and that
for such survices said person or per,'
sons shall receive the sum of five hun
dred dollars, except in the county of
Charleston, where the compensation
shall be eight hundroed dollars; provid
ed that if only ten thousand dollars or
a smaller sum shall be collected or' ro,
ceived such comp)ensation shall not
exceed five per cent. commission on
the amount thereof.
4th. That it shall be and is madec
the duty of the Governor, and lie is
hereby required, to exact frem each
and every one of the persons to 5o deO
signated or applointed to collect and
eceive said sums of money, a bonid
according to the form and with the
conditions and under the peCnalties
now prescribed by law, and required
to be given by the severaml County
Treasurort in thio said State, to be ap.
proved by the Governor.
5th. That a discount or reduction is
hereby offered and authorized ot five
per' cent, on all stuns paid in on or by
the 15th day of Janu)Iary next ensuing;
of four per cent. on all sums paid in
on or by tho lst day of Fe.bruary next
ensuing; of three por cent. on all sums
p)aid in on or by the 15th day of Fo,.
bruary next ensuing; of two per~ cent.
on all sums paid in on or by the 1st day
of March next ensuing, and of one per'
cent. on all sums paid in on or by the
Ist day of Juno next ensuing, unless
the ordinatry annual appropriation
aind supply bills shall in, the mean,~
Lime be regularly passed and enforced.
6th. That all sums of money col
looted or received tunder the provis..
ions hereof be forthwith paid over to
the Governor, or to such person or
persons as lhe may designat.o or ap
7th. That the Governor, in his dis
arction, shall apportion all such sum
:>r sums of money as shall or may be
received under the provisions hereofj
Lo she snnnort and maintonanceof the'
executive,"legislative and judicial do
partments of the government, and to
sob subordinate offices as are or may
be incidental to them, or to either of
them, and to the sustenance of the
charitable, pen4l and educational in
stitutions of the Stato and several
8th. That in order to a correct under
standing of our objects and purposes
by all the people, it it proper that we
should, and we hereby do, reiterate in
good laith our pledge tQ redeem at the w
earliest practicable moment the credit n
of the State, by the payment of the
matured interest on the valid, legal
and recognized bonded indebtedness
of the State as~ now provided for by
law; bat it is submitted that until the
several departments of the govern
ment shall have resumed the discharge
of their respective ordinary constitu
tional functions, it will be in vain L
to attempt the accomplishments of L
such a laudabe purpose.
9th. That we hereby earnestly re
quest that in order to the accompliish- L
mont of the purposes horeinabove sot
forth, all persons shall tendor in pay- J
ment of the sums required only gold C
and silver coin, United States cor
rency, and national bank notes, save
a modified by a resolution of even
B Y virtue of the power conferred on me by
a Mortgage executed by John if. Motes,
on the seventh day of December, 1875, 1 will
sell at public outcry, at Pickens C. H., on
Saleday in February next, the following
The Undivided One.1falf Interest of the
said John 11. Metes, in that Certain Piece,
Parcel or Lot of Land, situate in the Town of
Easloy, in the County of Pickens, in the V
State of South CaTolina, and known in the a
Plat of said Town as Lot No. 6, containing h1
One,Half Acre more or less, it. being the b
same whereon the Hotel now stands.
W. C. OWINOS, Mortgagee.
Jan 11, 1877 18 4
BY virtue of the p)ower conferred on me by
a Mortgage, executed by John if. Motes,
on the seventh day of' December, 18T5, I will
sell at Publio Outcry, at. Pickens C. If., on
Saleday in February next, the following
TIhe Undivided Oneo-Sixth Interest of the b
said John H[. Motes, in lie Town of Easley,g
in the County of 1-ickents, in thle State of
South ('arolina, and known in the P'lat of said i
Town as Lot No. 5, containing O)neslzalf' Acre y
more or less; it. being the same whereon the
H1otel no stands.
Tfhe said John HI. Motes' One-lishl Interest
in the Sole and Exclusive Interest of the Bar b
antd IHilliaird Iloomus in said Hotel.v
T EILM8 CASil.
.J. Gl. IIAWTHIORNE, Mortgagee. '
Jann11, 1877 18 3
AG ENTS WA N TED.
B.\D)EN PROIFIC FLJOUlt CORlN.-This
corn excels any ot her for bread andt~ is bc.sr
for stock. It ril I" s six weeks earlier than
any other kind, anrd grows from 6 to 14 ears
on a stalk. S,
The inmportant p-tints we clim for this new
variety of' corn are thewse: 1. One italk o,f
his corni ber fr,om 6 to 14- ears; one hil II
wvith Ii two hi tks makes fromi 10( to 25 ears- -
produrcing from onie acre of groundl aboutq
three or four tirnes as rnany busheIs on the
soil anid with the raime culture' as the coin
mon cor'n. 2. The corn is heavier ini weight, A
has as large an ear. i ithiner hu isk, and makes
corn mecal, for famnily uise, swc eter arnd maoro
nutritious, and valuable for feeding stock. 3.
That it will grow and produce a profitable
crop on ground where other corn Will niotP
grow to maturity. 4. It.tipens earlier and is te
not liable to he caught by frost. 6. The grains ar
are large, pure andI white, andI an ordinary of
yield is from 80 to lOt0 bushels to the acre, o
on medium land. o
A fine quality of Flour can be made from it.vi
Wh'len ground it produces a flour antalagous int
appearance and taste to flour made from the
best white whieat. Even an epicure would fail
to distinigutishi bet ween bread miade from thle
two. The corn shelled weighs L1 lbs to the
bushel-which is 5 lbs heavier than any other
PRICES BY MAIL POSTPAID.
1 Sack, S1.00 G Sacks, ~ $4.50 S1
3 Sacks, 2.50 10 Sacks, 7.50 en
Each sack contains 1 ,000 sountd grains.--. ho
famle stalks with the ears ont themt will b)e thm
sent out to Agents. WVrite for Testimonials vc
with tei ims to A gents. Reware of' swindles; th
no one else has the genuiine seeds in this of
State except myself. Some p)arties adhvertisintg si
this corn antd offering to send stalks, when TI
you order of them they write y'ou that their pr
stalks are all gone. Remember Agents get a at
good conmmission, and write for terms.,at once al
before the agency of your county is given to w
some one elso. t r*
Address, WV. S. TIPTON, w
Cleveland, Tenn- Ti
Jan 11, 1877 18 4tf at
The State of South Carolinar
IPIcKEtNs COUWrY, mn
IN COURT COMMON PLEAS.
HudI(gens & 0. S. Bolt, merchants, (10.
ing business uinder the firm name of' Hludg
ins & Bolt Plaintiffs, against A. 3. HI. Day,
SUMMONS FOIR RELIEF.
To the Defendant A. J. II. Day.
X7OU arp hereby summoned and reqtiiredl
to answer the complaint in this action, B.
of which a copy is filed in Clerks office for m
said County, and to servo a *opy of your an- Ni
swer to the said complaint on the subscribers It
at their office, at Pickens C. H , within twenty uii
days after the service hereof, exclusive of the Gn
day of such service; and If you fail to answer
the co-nplaint within the time aforesaid, the P.
plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the complaint. ---
Dated 6th December, A. D. 1876.
HIOLCOMBE & OH1LD,
TO A. 3. HI. Day: Take nlotie, that the i
complaint in this action was filed in the office '
of the Clerk of the Court for Pickens County, ye
or. the 6th day of D)ecember, 1876. m
JIOLCOMBE & CHILD, fr<
Jbe 6,lt1877 1-7
lit Dy To1lp01h.
ASLEY STATION, . C.
THE UNDERSIGNED -FIRM
ith the view of changing their busi.
ms-proposo to sell out their entire
tocok of DyI~;
T COST FOR CASH-CONSIST
arge lot of Ready Made Clothing;
adies' Dress Goods;
otions and Hosiery;
adies', Misses and Children's Shoes;
ens' and Boys' Boots and Shoes;
rcekery, Glass and Ecarthenware;
ardware, in great variety;
ans and Casssimores.
And many other articles-all for
Wo moan what we say, this is a
:od opportunity for merchants or
iy one in need of anything.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.
Nov 30, 1866 18
Those knowing themselves indebted
> ?ussell & Wyatt, for 1874, or T,
. Russell for 1875; either by note or
ecou)t, will find their papers in the
ands of an officer after 10th .ecem
13r, without respect to persons. I
iust seLtle. T. W. RUSSELL.
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'U N T ED .\cen to sell to Merebants'..
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ueses paid. Gen.eral Manufacturing Co.,
U$5 ou tfi t free. I1. Il AILLE'rr & Co.,
520,OOO in Gold,
nd other Valuable Premiuma
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the best English steel, nickel
ver-plated, and has a long, accurate range
eo retail price of this Revolve ris $5; but the
blishiers of the Weekly Times, by special
rangement with the manufacturers, are en.
led to send it, post-paid by mail, to all
10 sub)ecribe for the Weekly Time., at a
tife over the wholesale price, namely, $4,
tich will pay for both the Revolver and
mes. Or, any one will makceup a club of 16
bscribers for the Times, at $1.60 each, shall
ceive a Revolver for his services.
A samiple copy of the Times, with our Ii.
nitrat.ed List of remiums, and other da.
ents, will be sent free on application to
CINCINNATI TiMES CO.,
62 WVest. Thtird-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Criustadoro's IIair Dye is the SAFEST and '
SST; it acts instantneoutsly, producing the
st. natutri shades of Black or Brown; does
)T ST AIN the SKIN, and is easily applied.
us a standlard preparation, and a favorite
on every well appointed Toilet for Lady ow
mttlemnan. Sold by Druggists.
0. Box, 1588. New Yorkb
Dec2l,1886 16 6
~iFE undersigned gives notice to all Per
. sons holding Notes against him for the
ar 1876, to come forward and make pay
tnt in ten (lays, or they will be debarred
J. 8. WILSON.
an 11- 1877 18 e