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1S *'IBLIBHEQ .VEAY' Tii*SDAY,
.. BRADLEY, Editor.
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ISENTINEIx has a large and increasing oir
ulatiop, and is taken by the very class of
porsons whose trade they desire.
Judge Townsand has decided that
the slDeton of bounty officers In No
t9I6i' last was legal, and has ren.
d6r'd'judgment of ousters against the
ifitftbents. who have boon holding
oVer 6n the ground that no lawful
suodesors have boon elected. Judge
Shawilso holds that the election was
Hurrah For Robertson
On last'Tuosday, in the United
States"8enato, Mr. Robertson, of this
State, called tip the resolution recently
presented by Mr. Gordon, ncknowl,
edging the Hampton Governmont in
South Carolina as the legal Govern,
rm4nt of the Stato, and addressed the
Senato in support of the resolution.
He reviewed briefly the recent events
in the Stato and denied that there
was any intimidation on the part of
the whites towards the blacks.
. Ehp Qgbernatorial Question.
The qu.ost4on of who is Governor of
Speih Carolina has boon squarely
brought beforo the Supreme Court by
a writ of habeas corpus, in the case of
oja Saitih, a Pocnitentiar'y convict,
'liA9 y pardoned by Chamberlain
CploQnel Parmelo, the superintend
enrzefiused to recognize the legality
oEho.pardon, on the grounds tbat
Chamberlain was not Govoruor. There
was two pardons issued at the same
time, arpd the case of one has boen
arguy4 L.efore Judge Carpenter some
t4ngs ,,since ; but as this funetionary
o09g4 not make up a decision until
he; .had gone to Washington, and
as . he remained there so long, the
oASe.,q>the other conviet was carried
squarely before the Supreme Court,
where the question could be finally
an4 more speedily decided, without
waitizgg on the slow actior.s of Judge
Carpenter. The case was sot for ar
gumenitisst Saturday, but the decis.
ion has not been rendered. We
have theO utmost confidence that the
decision when rendored, wvill be in
favor of Hampton, as all the law and
justice is on his side.
drttt has telegraphed Gen. Auger,
ohfblanding in Louisiana, regarding
parishea in the State: "When persons
hold credentials from both parties,
claiming to be Governor, they may
take possession; when there are con,.
flicting claims, the old functionaries
may hold over."
iThis sounds rather imperious, and
smacks strongly of military rule In
the Stato. It is only by the grace of
Grant, that either liicholls or Pack..
ard can do anything; if Grant would
case to interfere in State matters,
which he has no right to do, and leave
the decision of all disputed questions
to the people of the States, they will
be sop~led speedily, and without a
strule. The only hope of Packard
and@0hatnberlain is thr-ough Grant's
intMe!6reWee. B3ut the 4th of March
wHt>wMod: be hero-~.then good bye
?ta ,pssago of the eleotoral bilU
ingpiespeace to the country, it mat
tog gt, be~w is declared President.
I$f$i&Afe of the electoral bill
omplet4#eonpluses the Radical con,
spirg)*hs go cbance no wto get up
*M da ct# hgvrmn on.
The Anderson hotelligencer says
there has been considekablo interest
manifested by the colored people of
tOat sowtion upon the subject of emmi
grating to San lPomingo in colonies.
Frequent- meetlegs hate been hold,
and a resolution favoring the project
was adopted at a meeting at the
Ureely institUbte. It was also decided
to hold a mass kneeting of the County
at Anderson V. H., on last Saturday,
to which all the cololod ptoplo iu the
County were invited. Capt. J. J.
Lewis, our Clerk of Court, infokma us
that a meeting of a similar character
has reeently been held in the neigh
borhood of Central Station, in this
County. We do not know what in
ducoments are hold out so our colorod
friends to ommigrato to San Domin
go; but presume that there are some
exaggerated stories afloat amongst
them, and that there is some ti ick in
it. by which some of their "best frionds'
hope to gull them and make money
out of it. It may be, though, that
their Radical friends are going to send
them off down there to- got their
"forty acres and a mule," so long
promised them. On the other hand
it may be a device on the part of th<
negroes who are out of homos, to got
themselves reinstated as tenants or la
borers on the plantations of the white
Should the movement take furthei
shape, we shall watch it with much
interest to see its ultimate termination
Our advice to these deluded colored
peoplo would be to cultivate mor<
friendly relations with the nativc
white people, who are the best friendE
they have on earth, and sook thei
advice and counsel before they start
off on any wild goose schemes. They
have been duped by adventurers long
enough and it is time they were turn
ing to their best friends for counso
-.The Electoral Bill.
The Electoral Bill, or plan of count
ing the electoral votes for Presideni
and Vice.,President, has passed botlh
branches of Congress by an over
whelming- majority. In the Senate
the vote stood 47 yeas to 17 nays. I n
the House the vote stood 191 yens to
86 nays. The two Houses meet in
joint assembly on the 1st February
(to day) to count the vote. When *1
disagreement arises between their
the question is referred to this tribus
nal, whose decision is to be final un,
loss both Houses agree to set it asido
All excitement will now subside, anc
both parties will quietly accept th<
result. Of course no one can foretel
the deoision of the tribunal on the
questions that will be roferrjed to it
but Tilden's claim is so just and fair
we are confident he will be coun,
ted in. In fact, we do not see how~
the result could be otherwviso. Tfh<
Supreme Court of Florida has decidec
in favor of the Tildon electors, and ii
Louisiana the Congressional Commit
tee in its investigations will show thal
the State was honestly and fairly car
ried for Tildon. With these facts ainc
the great majority on the populai
vote before the tribunal, composed
as we are satisfied it will be, of able
jur-ist and statesmen, we do not foar
the result, though we may be doomed
to disappointment in the end.
Bevorly Nash, colored, and one of
the Hayes electors for this State, tos,
tified in Washington, boleo the Senate
Committee, which was sent to this
State, on the 24th inst. that Col.
Childs, President of theo Carolina Con,
tral Bank offered him a large bribe to
vote for Tilden, and the recognition
of the Hampton Government. Col.
Childs, who is confined to his bed by
sickness and is unable to appear at
Washington, in person, to testify, sent
on an affidavit denying in to,to the
statpments of Nash. Col. Childs is a
gentleman of unimpeachable charac
ter, and his affidavit in contradiction
of Nash will not give the Senate
"bull-dozers" much Hayes capital to
work on, especially where the char,.
actor of' the two men are known.
Numh Is a rabid Radical of the Whip'
per stripe, and has acquired a
considerable fortune since reconstrue,
Lion, on a yearly salary of six hundred
The government bas decided to send
troops to assist the Revenue officers
in arresting iliioI whiskey trafficers
in the mountains of North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia and Alaba
ma. Violators may look out,
From whiskey, tobacco and beer,
the government has collected in the
past, a revenue of onie hundred ini,
The fbilowing payments 6ro been
made on the Supersedeas Bohds, v:
George Hendricks............$ 80 00 t
James Lewis................ 200 00
Gideon M. Lynch........ . 75 00
W. E. Welborn........., 180 00
I. H. Phijpot.............. 800 00
James K. Kirksey.. 200 00
Elihu Griffin......., ....... 100 00
Hardy Gilstritp......... 100 00
John S. Latham**......16..". 100 001
James F. Lathnm"...'....; 100 00
John T. Gossett........ .. 800 00
J. G. Freeman.....,...... 25 00 4
Samuel A. McCrackin..... 20 00
Thomas . Willard........ 50 08
Bejamin J. Williams........ 20 00
Reoso Bowen.... . ....... 25 00
William .Hunter............ 60 00
David E. IHendricks........ 200 00
Williaw T. Field.......... 400 00
Benjamin J. Johnvon.-.... . 50 00
William I. Prico.......... 20 00
Warren D. Edens.......... 20 00
Sheriff 11. Brown.......... 85 00
Miles Singlton........... 20 00
A. M. Boggs...........6... 25 00
James W. Major.......... 20 00
Naomi C 30 00
John T. Lwis............ 75 00
Naomi Clayton......... 80 00
Morris Miller-.---- -25 00
Lauronco M. Berry....- -- - - - 50 00
C. L. liollingsworth.... .... 400 00
11agood and Alexander---- 500 00
Roccived, Greenvillo, S. C., January
24th, 1877, by hand of C. L. fIlollings
worth, Esq., of the above named par
ties as heroin before set forth, the sum
of three thousand, eight hundred and
fifty fivo dollars, to be credited equal
ly upon the two judgmouts of the
Richmond and Danville Railroad Co.,
and the Bank of Commerce, against W.
E. Wolborn, C. L. Hollingsworth ot
al on the supersedeas bonds, whereon
they were security for Pickens
WM. E. EARLE,
Attorney for the Richnwond and Dan..
villo Railroad Company, and for
the Bank of Commerce.
President Grant has signed the
Electoral Bill. In conclusion of his
message announcing his approval of
the bill, he says:
T1he bill my not be perfect, and the
p)rovision may not be such as would be
best appliod to all future occasions,
but it, is calculated to moet the present
aondition of tho queosti-.ns and of the
country. Tlhecuntry isi agitated. It
needs and desires peace, and quiet,
and harmony between all partice and
all sections. Its industries are arros-.
ted; labor unemployed; capital idle,
and ent erpriso pairalyzed by reason of
the doubt and anxiety attending the
uncertainty of a doubtful claim, to be
Chief magistrate of the nation. It
wants to be assumed that the r.csult
of the election will be accepted wvith,~
out resistance from the suppjorters of
the disappointed candidates, and that
its highest officer shall not hold bis
p lace with a questionable title of right.
Blievin g that, the bill wvill secure
those ends, I'gve it my signature.
(Signed,) U. S. GRANT.
Ex. Mansion, Jan. .29, 1877.
Arbitrators btoween embarrassed
Sour horn States and their' bondholders
have been appointed by the Now York
merchants and bankers convention.
An organization of praying chris..
tians have undertaken to convert the
Wall Street, Nowv York brokers. This
is certainly attacking Satan in his
headquarters, and we trust ho may be
routedl, notwithstanding ho is so
Th le business portion of the coan try
favored tho passage of' the electoral
bill, and since it has become a law, it
has produced hopefulness and relice.
The Democratio and Independent
press throughout the whole county,
with voy few exceptions favored it,
while the itadical press raved and
howled tre.'nondiously against it.
Ben 13'11 has been elood United
States senator from Georgia.
John R. McPhorson, Democrat, has
been elocted to the United States Sen
ate, from New Jersey, to succeed Mr.
Faithfulness and sincerity are the
O B IT U A R Y.
Mrs. M A R1'HA 3. .EDENSdIed on Wed nes..
dary. the 17th Instant, of scrofula, which she
boro with great patience. She was a consis,,
tent membeor of the Baptist Church for ten
years, and was ever ready to acknowledge her
faith in Christ, and in her last momenta, she
left behind her the ooneling teutimony that
she has gone to a far better world on high. ..
She, with a true christian and - maternal gI-. I
citude, requested her husband to tt'ain up J
her two children to meet her in heaven. -She I
has left behind her a .kind and .affectionate C
husband, and a large circle of admiring <
friends and relatives, to mourn her untimely I
end, not wit hQut the hope that their loss is
ha.r vaternaI unin. m. L
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.Administrators and ()uardiaurs allppoinItd
>y the Court of P'robate for Piekens County
,hat they are required to file and prove t.heir
mnnual accounts for r he year A. D., 1876, on
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[877e, W. G. F IE LD, J,P.r.c.
SFeb 1,1877 21g
F INALSETTLE MENT,-Notice is hereby
gie,that Aaron P. Stone, Adm!iisra
or of the Estat.e of Silas Stone, deceased,
mas applied to rme for a .Final Set tLe ment and
lischarge an Administrator from thle Estate
>f Silas Stone, deceased, and that thme same
vill ho hteardi in my office, on 'cday, t.he
~7th instpa, 1877.
W. 0. FIELD, j,p.p.o.
Feb 1, 1877 21 4
TIETO CREDITORS,-I am in
L DOF MON EY, and would be glad to
ave parties due me come forward and settiOa
art, if not all. It would be verj unpleasant
or mne to have to leave my accounts ivith~ an
flicer for collection; but as amn unable to ride
ver this County to see them all, I will have
o adopt some other course. Respectfully,
I. 11. PiIILPOT.
J;ia 25. 1877 20 . .3
J61HN T. GOSRTT & CO., HAS IN STOI*6
a heavy lot of FLOUR, which they purchased
before the recent heavy rises, whi0h they
offer to their oustomsers at a small advance for
@a,hj ok In exchangd for Corn, Cotton or
We will pay, cash or Goods foil '000 obdnd
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO. A
We'will'purohame1.00O bughefg well cleaned
Poa, ,and pty the highest market priee for
them in Goods or Cash.
JOHN T. GOSSEIT & CO.
We request you when you .3ome to Easley
to sell your Produce and buy Goods, to call
in -and see -us befbre selling and purchasing
.elsewhsre. .We wish to make your acquaint4
ance, whether you buy from us or not.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CQ.
& ,&().,t &C.b
We have on hand. a good supply of Blind
and Open Bridles, Lines, Saddles, &c , &c.,
which we will sell at and below Greonville
JO1N T. GOSSETT & CO.
Goods at Cost.
I,i order to make roonm for our Spring and
Sun.mer Stock off Goods, we will commence
the sale of oujr Woolen Goods, such as .Jeans',
Flannels, 8kirtW, &'c., it cost.
JOUN T. GOSSE'flT & CO.
Easley, S. C., Jan. 25, 1877
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Thaeltate of South Carollina1
P tCKENS COUNTY.
In the Oourt of Common Pleas.
Elihu Griflin, Plaintiff, against F. C. Parsonb*
J. C. C. Parsons, and WV. S. Willigma, De
Summons for .Money Demand.
TO W. 8. Williams, Defendant in this Acotion,
yGU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
of which a copy is herewith served upon
you, and to serve a copy of your answer on
the subscribers at th eix ofioe, at Picokena
Court House, withuin twenty days after the
servioe of this summons op you, exolus!ve of
the day of service.
7If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to ]1
the Court for judgment against yo or two
thous- nid, two hundred and fourteen 50-100
dollai , with interest at the rate of 7 per
cent per annumn, from t.he 9h day of Febsuary,
one thousand eight hundred and seventy six,
Llated January 26th, A. D. 187'7.
1lOLCOMBE~ & CHILID,
To W. S. Williams: Take notlos that the
complaint herein was filed in the office of the
Clerk of Court for Pick ens Conty oui the 20th
HIOLCOMBIE & CHILD,
Feb 1, 1877 21 6
E TATE NOTICE.--AIl persons holding i
demands against the Estate of . Mr.d-t
den Gamb4ell, decensed, are hereby n.otified a
-t.o Al tb same with the Probate Jndge of! t
Pickens County, legally proven, on pr before I
the 20th day of February next.
MJARY E. GANB1RELL, Adm'x.
Jan18, 1877 10 ->
:AD411 rA IW PMW80
TilE UNDERSIGNED FIRM
ith tho viow of changing their-bud.
3sa--proposo to sll outr their entIe
T COST FOR CASUI-CONSIS
rgo lot of' Ready Made diotfing;
adies' Dress Goos;
ottons and Hosiery;
adia', Mises and Children's shosot
,ns' and Boys' Boots and Shoesj
rckery, Glass nd Eoarthonwa-oJ
.ardware, in groat variety;
DAnS and Cssat8imo~Cres.
And many ot4er artioles-all for
Wo mean what we say, this a.s A
ood opportunity for morohants or
ny, one in need. of anything.
RUSSELL, MART14,4 CO,
Nov 80, 1866
Thoso knowing themselv6s indebted
a Russoll & Wyatt, for 1874jo'r'T
V. Russill for 1875; eitber by nete.or.
ceount, will find thoir papers in the
anls of an officer aftor 10th 20ocem
or, without respect to persons. I
1USt SOtL10. T. W. RUSSELL.
iV) AND ATTRACTV
IAGOOD & ALEXANDER'
PICK ENS C. II., S.C.,
W E Al lm N OW R ECEIVING
rom No w Y ork and Baltimoro, a large ,
nd splendid Stock of
Thcse Goods wore carefully sel.M4e
nid cloIsely bought by one of the flre,
nd CAN. anid WiLL! yiE o 'aAg aSLon
in gly low figur'
A mong the mz 1 noveities to be
undl( inl our stock' is thenetad
anldsomel Tlden,(A Lendri -, and
faimpt.on 11 ATS, and th , tylisib
Call early, make your selection.4
nd be happyw.
IIAG(OOD & ALEXANDER.
Out 25, 1876 8
- --- --
W. A. LESLEY,
PICKENS 0. H., S. C.
[AS JUST RECEIVED A BRAU.
TIF'UL STOCK OF
GENTS' FANCY BOWS,
DR UGS, &c., &c.
And, everything usually kgt In
ny line, will be sold cheap for
4ASE @R BARTER.
W. A. LESLEY.
Oct 5, 1876 5
rhe State of South CaroJIan
COUNTY OR PIoKaNS,
IN TU1E PROBATE~ QOURT.
.D. Keith and B. F. Morgan, Adminstra,. .
tors of thie Eistabte of E. U. Griffin, Jr., d4
Estate of E. HI. Griffin, Jr., deceaed.
T OT ICE is hereby given, that by an aF
of' I. HI. Philpot, Esq., Judge of?re
or aidCouty,nil persons having any
laim aginst th Estate of E. II. Gri5n, Jr.s
loceased, anid who havo not provep lhe p.ug,
re required to eat ablish the sains befoo the
mdersigned on or before -the 28d of Fera~
roximno, or be forever thereafterbrt4o
hecir right of' action agaiu' said Esatate. S
aid order, all parties are enjoined from
mencing or oarrying on any suit agspn 4
8, D. KEITH, 1 Adm'rs.
B. F. MORGAN,