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Thursday, December 13, 1877.
60LUSITA, S. C., Dec. 6, 1877.
Dear Sentinel: No important mons
nuros of legielation havo yet passed
through the Legislature. The usury
bill, the passage of which I havo heros
tofore expressed somo doubts, is, at
t4is timo, and has been ior the last
Jour days, under discussion, with a fair
prospect of its protraction for several
days to come. Of its final passage, by
a very decidod majority, I havo not,
at this time, the least doubt.
The committees appointed at the
Special session of tho Legislaturo last
spring to investiguto tho frauds on
the State Government, under Repub
lican administrations, and tho legality
or the bonded indebtedness of thQ
State, have not yet submitted their
reports, and, of courso, the extent of
their discoveries has not yet been
mado public; but rumor has it that the
bond committee discoveled that about
two millions of the funded debt, under
what is known as the scaling act, is
fraudulent, and will recommend that
that amount be eliminated from the
settlement of' the public debt under
that act. .This is more rumor; but for
its foundation I am lead to believe
thero is somo good reasons. Outside
of what has already been mado public,
I know nothing as to the develop
monts mado by the investigating com
mitteo, and will not oven venturo an
The election of Associtao Justices
of the Supreo Court to fill the vacan
cios occasioned by the expiration of
the term of Judge McLvor and the re
signation of Wright; a Judge of the
7th Circuit, vice Northrop, appoin ted
United States District Attorney; an
Attorney General of the Stato, vice
Gen. Conner, resigned; a register of
mosno conveyance for Charleston
county, and a Speaker of the House
of Representatives, vice GAen. 'Wallace,
has absorbed most of the time of a
majority of thio mrembers, and, until
those matters were off' of our hands,
not much legislative work was expec
ted. Th~Ie candidates were all nomi
nated by ai caucus of the Democratic
members of the Gcne'-al Assembly
which, of course, was cquivalent to an
On Monday nigh t a caucus was held
to nominafo a candidate for the posis
tion of Associate Justice, held by
.McLvor, and ais thero was no opposi,
tion, ho wvas unanimously nominated,
and on Tuesday following was unani,
mnously elected, receiving the entire
vote of both par'ties in each IIouse.
On Tuesday night another caucus
was held to nominate candidlates for
the other positions. General Wallace
had no opposition, andl was unani
:n:ously nominated. For Associate
Justice, vice Wright,, the cand itates
were Col. A. C. Hlaskell, of Columbia,
ex-Governor M. L. Bonham, of Edge
field, and the Hion. W. D. Porter, of
Charleston. T wo ballots were taken.
lIaskell leading in each, when on the
third ballot, lionham was withdrawn,
and theo contest narrowed down bon
twcon IRaskoll and Porter', and Has
kell was nominated by a very dlecided
mnjority on the third ballot, and his
nomination was made uinanimous.
For Register of Mesne Conveyance
of Charleston county, there were sev
cral candidates, but Matj. C. Kerrison,
Jr., was the successful one, and all the
gentlemen, as above mentioned were
elected by joint ballot on Wednesday
following, without opposition.
For Speankorrf the House, the can,
Vdidates before the caucns were, Messrs.
Sheppard, of Edgefield, Orr, of An,
derson, and Aldrich, of Barnwell.
Thell con test on Wednesday night be,~
tween Shieppa.rd and Orr .was c1os0
and exciting, Mr. Aldrich having been
withdrawn early in the contest. Each
candidates friend stuck to his man with
bullsdog tenacity, and at half past 12
o'clock the caucus adjourned without
Smaking a nomination. To night the
~uOus reassembled, and Sheppard was
nominated on the first ballot, the vote
- standing Shoppard 44, Orr 84--45
bdig necessary to a choice. Before
the volte was announced, a delegate
from 'ChadLeston changed his vote
Afom:%%,0t'f4e Sheppard. This gave
bhoppar4the'roquisito mejority, and
he was, on motion, declared the una-.
a,nimous choice of 4ho caucus for Speak
or of the House of Representatives,
and #ill e eleoted ,to morrow.
Thotna KeItt, 4olored inomber
fron NArborr douity '.who 'wde
convloted of bIgamy a tho last term
iof oqurt for the county, was, o1 Sa
,10r.day Jast,.xpollod from tbo 11Masq
for that offonse. There are no Mor.
mons in the Logislature of this State.
Tho seat - 6f l'hos. Johnson, whito
carpet bagger, elected from the county
of Sumter, and a member of the
Mackey Iouso, last winter, war, do-.
olarod vacant on the samo day on
account of rofusal to purgo himself of
contempt before the Ilouse at the
extra session last spring. Writs of
election are to bo issued by ' the
Spenker for elections in each of these
counties, to fill the vacancies thus
caused, and it is morally certain that
Democrats will be returned in their
Many bills have boon introduced in
each I1ouso, and the session at this
time promises to be a long one.
D. F. B.
COLUIBIA, S. C., Dec. 7, 1877.
Dear Sentinel: When I closed my
l6ttor last night, I thought
I would not writO anything morO this
wok; but, believing that news froto
tho Capitol of the State, at this time,
is moro cagorly sought by our people
than from any other place, I vonture
to add something moro, even at the
risk of being considored wearisome.
Shoppard was fornwally elected
Speaker to day, and was svorn in by
the Chief Justice. I1e made a very
eloquent and earnest address on ass
suming the chair.
Speaker Wallaco, on vacating the
chair, made one of the finest and most
eloquent addresses it has been my
pleasure to liston to for many a day
'Ihe benefits derived by the peoplo
from a Demociatic administration can
not be better illustrated than by facts
and figures. The Republican admin
istrations of the past collected annu,
ally, from 11 to 15 mills taxes anid at
the end of'each fiscal year had a tie
ficiency of from $300,000 to $500,000
Under Democratic government only
seven mills for State purposes were
levied at the extra scssion of the Les
gislature, and, after defraying all the
e.rpe(nses of the past fiscal year, andl rc~
scrving sufJicient money in the 2Ireasuiry
to meet the interest on all the b>onds, if'
it should b>e necessary, ther'e rem)a ins a
surplus of sev'enty fire thiousand dollars
Is it necessary to say another word oni
this subject ? Tho1 facts stantd for
One of the greatest savings under
the present ad ministraitioni has been
in the CxpenfsCs of public pr-intinmg.
One year thme liepublicanis appropri
ated, for the public printing alone ,Lthe
enormous sum of $225,000, and f'or no
year were the expenses less than $50,
000. At the extra session we apprte
pr1ialted only $10,000 for this pur*pose,
and, after parying for all the printing,
including the work done for the regu
jar and spcial sessions, there remains
an unexpended balance in the
Treasury of nearly *3,500-- a saving,
compared with the lowest exp)enses
incurr'ed in any one year under the
IRopublicans, of about $42,500. Theno
facts alone, without hundreds of' oth
ers which rmight be produced, are
sufficient to condemn, for all time to
come, in this State, 'yvbat was once
knownm as the Republican par~1ty, and
to give the Democratic parrty an in,
dlefinite lease of power.
By personal application at the Ad
jutant and Inspector General's offico,
I have succeeded in procuring, for the
"lLamp)ton Ilome Guards" of our
town, a number of Robert's breech
loading rifles. These guns are not
exactly suited to the use of cavalry;
but, with the leather strap for the
purpose of 8wifnging them around the
shouldler, they will answer a very good
purpose, until the State is able to give
us, in exchange for them, carbines andl
sabres. rhbo guns have bee n shipped,
to Easley Station, to Captain J. A.
1). F. 11.
Col. A. C. lIaskell has been elected
Associato Justico of the Supreme
Court, to fill tho vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Wright. Col.
liaskell served in the late war, win
nling for himself a namo and a fame
thiat any one would be pr1oud to own.
lie was admitted to tho bar in 1865,
and was elected Pr'ofessor of Law in
the University of South Carolian in
1867. .lIe was Chairman of the $tato
Democratic Executive C;ommittco in
the last memorable campaign. Hie is
a fine lawyer and~a sound man, and
the honor could not have been con..
foirod on one more worthy.
We publish tho Governor's ms
sago this week. He handles the -in
portat questions thai twil o%,cu
py the n'tention of the present Legisa
Iaturein clear, plain and forcibl
Intgange. Ito urge8 upon tho Legis
Intors the necessity and moral oblIga
tion resting upon them of a strict til
fillmon of all the pledges made during
the Inst campaign, and denounces re
pudiation as a disgraco and as in act
thit, wyould leavo an indul ible stain
upon the Jair escutchoonl of the State.
He also rocommends the establish,
met of two universities, one for the
while and one for the colored. The
document, is an interesting ono and
well worth a caiful perusal.
Col. Leroy F. Younans has been
elected to the position of Attorney
General, to fill tho vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation (it Gen.
Conner. We regret the loss to tho
State of General Conner's distin
guished talont and abilities, but since
it i-i1st.be, we submit with a better
graceo sinco tho election of Mlr. You
ma1S. Tho manflo of Conner could
not have fallen on worthier_ shoulders.
The Governor has commissiioned
Robert R. 1emphill, Esq , of' the Ab
beville Med ium, 0rigad i1r G;enral,
to command the 7th 13rigago of Vol
unteer Stato Troops, Com pr-ising the
counties of Abbovillo, Anderson, Oco
nee, Pie(cks, Greenville and Laurens.
Bcsides being editor of one of the
best weekly papers in the State, Mr.
lemphill is familiarly known to the
fraternity as the handsomest man in
South Carolina. Wo belong to his
brigado and are proud of our hand
Gen. W. IL Wallace, late Speaker
of' the IIouse, has been elected Judge
of t-ho Seventh Circuit, to fill tho va
cancy occasioned by the resiaition
ofJ Judge Northrop. Gien. Wailleo is
an aible lawvyer. aind w'till make an im,
parl1tialI and i uright Judge.
Wc notjcc, in the Gireinville Ne ws'
thait '1Tnnessee h ogs armo a-iv in g i n
GreenillI e by the (car load. .Many3 arc
Ibeing s~old 'in G.reenville, wh'ile a
greater numbieir are. driven' to ma:rkets
in the middle and lower conties.
Prices 5 aind 5', ents.
SmallIs hais been admitted to bail in
the somn of .310,0 00, JJending his apsN
peal in the Supreme Court.
iiead noic of Cil. W. E. We!burn
Tho1 T.imes' Vriennia corriespon.
dent. says it is anr~noun ced f'rom IRochza
rest that a general bomnbard menito
Plevna commenced TIhursday.
N\(TIC E TO C REITOllS A NI) IEIVUTORS .
.Alpersons hia inig demninds against.
lie Estate of Mar'y Anders'on, deceaised, will
present thiem proper'ly proved; and those in
debted will make pa~ymlent to the under
signed, by the 5th day of January next.
Dec 13, 1877 14 3
DELINQUENT LAND SALE.
T HIE following is the List oif IJelinquent
.Lands in P'ickens County, for 1876, fuirn
ishied me by W. iR. Perry, (Coiniiy Tfreasurer.
Batt. Howardl, 1 Lot, Easley
.James Long, 550 acres
John J Jamison, 88 acres, 1 Lot, Libuerty
Faninie E lIolcomibe. 1 Lot, Libecrty
Jan, Vandiver, 70 acres
Frank O'rr, 738 acres
Francis M Long, I Lot, Central
Martha Weemns, 150 acres
Lewis N Jones, 250 acres
Mart in lIImondl, 50 acres
Isaac Durham. Seni, 145 acres
A thelinda Ellis, 215 acres
1'ickens C. If. Tow'nship.
.John Howard. Sen., 08 acres
Elizabeth D)urhamn, 3 acres
Suisan Hester, 157 acres
Absalom Blythe, 3->5 acres
James Roach, 250 acres
Asal Reeves, 440 acres
Simnpson R. Galloway, 175 acres
Asa Pat terson. 25() acres
Sarah Nix, 350 acres
Elizabeth Murphr'ee, t30 acres
Wyatt Hudson, 200 acres
W Rt & T Rt Price. 350 acres
Estate of Alfred McCrary, 100 acres
WV Rt Glst rap, 400 acres.
Notice is hereby given that thie whole of
the several parcels, lots and parts of lots of
Real Estate, described in the preceding list,
or so much thereof as will be necessary t.o
pay the taxes, penalties rind assessments
charged thereon, will be sold by the Treas
uirer of Pickens County, South Carolina, at
his office, in said Oounty, on MONDAY, 3lst
December, A. D. 1877, unless said taxes, as
Resments and penalties be paid hofore that
time, aind such sale will be contied from
(lay to (lay until all of said parcels, lots and
parts of lots of real ei tate shalhl be sold, orI
effered for sale. JOH N 0. D.Vs
Deos13. 1877 0i ,1
1s4oknowledged by all classes of people to be
th best and wost, reliablo blood puritier 'in
ROoUEsZn, Nov. 22, 1876.
H. R. STEVENS, Esq.-Dear Sir: I have
suffered for the last three or four years with
Liver complaint and Kidney troubles. .Pre
vious to taking the VEETINK, I was under
the doctors care for a long time, but he did
not help me. ly friends all thought I would
not recover. 1 began using the VEoV.TINH,
and realized good effect from it right away.
I had taken but three bottles before I was
much better. I continued taking a f9w bot
tles more, and can now truly say I am enjoy
ing the best of health. I have given it to my
little daughter with great success. Since it
has done me so much good I have recom,
mended it to aeveral, and they have all been
greatly benefitted by its use. Respectfully,
J. C. SMIT11,
24 8. Francis street.
Place of business, 72 West Avenue.
Mr. Smith is a well known dealer in stoves
and tin war; for many years in business in
Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, eto., are
always unpleasant, and at times they become
the most distressing and dangerous diseases
tha, can affect the human system. Afost dis
eases of the Kidneys arise from impurities in
the blood, causing .humors which settle on
these parts. VEoE:N excels any known
remedy in the whole world for cleansing and
purifying the blood, thereby causing healthy
actions to all tlie organs of the body.
WILL CUl RE' UMATISM.
SItlNvA1,1, "Me, October 12, 187G.
Mr. II. I. STUvi%s-Dear Sir: Ffteen
years ago last full I wias taken sick witi
rheumat isin, was unable to move uni1til tlie
next April. From flint time until three
years ago this fall I suffered everything with
rheiimati m. Sometimes there would be
weeks at a time that, I could iiot -;tep one
step; these attacks were quite oten i. I suf,.
fered everything thai. a man cuhi;l. Over
three years ago hist spring I comienced 1.k,
ing Veget(ine and !ollolwel it, up until I had
taken seven bottles; have h:ad no rihuciiatIsM
since that time. I always advise every one
who is troubled with rheniiatism to try Ve
getinie, a111l not, su1fer years as I have doie.
This statement is grat(itous as far as Mr.
Slevens is concerned. Yours, etc.
A LBEllT C11OOKElI,
Firm of A. Crooker & Co. Druggists & .\poti.
Veg vtl I I t,.
R11TMATIS31 IS A DIsEA-:. Or'rE T n,1T.o
The blool, in this di!;ease. is found to con
tiin a1 n e ces ot' i briin \ i:a ;:-rit . :1acts h)'
convert inig thle blood from its isea sed coi
dition to a healthy circulation. VEGi.'N
regultes the bowel which i- ve_y imortatt
inl this~ coml a~ int. (One bot tle cf V'ege line
will give relit-t, bit to cliect a prnnn
curei it muist be takeni reguilailv, and iv
take several bott leM, (eeecialy in cas-c (.1
long standling, r:.svt.ui: issld by .il l i.r
giMts Tlry it, aind yo:i- veri'jct will be the
sa1 ine ts flint of t housanuds before youa, whIio
say "1 never fou:wt so in hreliet a, f:-Ii
the u:t., of :to::r'.si:," which i: e;,
enld of.Ua rks, ' n'ous and He ~rbIS.
'Tegei i te
Ven:'-in: h-su'iresrd hlom- in 13 to heralth
whxo himd been longei an.l pain fnil siufferers.
Herm . : is very~ p'ea ant t tak; every
ehld I kes it.
Ye'g4ei i ne0
P rep:a e t by
H1. R. STEVENS3, Boston Nass.
llEG ETI NE is Sold by All Druiggists
Nov 22. 1'77 11 4 ,
A LL~ per.sons havinig any claims against
. thle Estate0 ot ,Jackson Arter, dCc0,ese,
et' hereby no iled to prmduce t heir claimus
o the u nder:i gned at hiis houmse, roperly3
cenused an prlI ioven, or to leave the samtie
vithi It. A. Child, at his office, at P'ickens C.
I., S. C., on or before the 1 thI day of Jan.
iary 1878. All personis failing to produce
heir claims on or b~y thle time af'oresaid,
>roperly attested, will not. be taken into the
ro-rata payment. to lbe madle ont that (lay.
WV. E. WElBORN, Executor.
SDecla, 1877 141 6 1
For Disea.ses of the
-Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
BkY kTronchitis, Asthma,
The reputat ion ilhais attained, in conseqjuenice 01 4
the mairvellous cures it has pirodu'icedI duing thei '
I ast hl'l' century, is a sutlicient assuirance to the
pulict that it will continue to realiz.e the happiest
results that can be dlesired. In alnost every
section of couotry there nre persons, pitlicly
known,whlo have been restored fr'om atlarming and~
even desperate dIiseasca of the lungs, by its use.
All who have tiried1 it ,aekniowledge its superiority;'
and where its virtues are known, hO OniC hesitates
as to what mediceine to employ to relieve the dhis,
tress and suiflerinig piecliar to plmlonarty affec
tions. C nnnY P'-:c-ronALj alwnrysanffords in,
stant relief, 9.nd performs rapid cures of the
milder varieties of bronchiali disorder, as well as
the more formuidahble diseases of the lungs.
As an sa feguard t o ch ildrenu, amid the distress
lng diseases which be'set. the Thront ind Chest of
Childhood, it is invaluable ; for, by its timely use, -
mult itud1(es are rescuied and resto,red to health.
This ruerdicine gains friends at overy trial, as
the ciures it is constantly producing are too re
mar'kable to be forgotten. No faimily should bo
without it, a those who havo once used it
Einmen t Physicians throughont the country
prescribe it., and Clergymen (fofic reconmnend it
from their knowledge of its effects.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell,'Mass.,
P'ractical amd Analytical Ohemista.
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as mere partisan triumphs, stained by parti
san contrivances, but. as the unmistakable ex
pression of a deep and genuine popular de
mand for new methods in govermenf, for a
thorough purIfication of the public sertico
and for a rectification of the aims of our
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It Will Pay
?O BUY TIIE VEHY BEST FER.
L'ILIZER, even th6ughi you pay a
iltlei more for it.
But JOIIN TV. GOSSETT & CO.
>f Easley, tare selling tho colehrated
NATION L BON E," att prices to
~uaranuteedl to contain 30 (o 35 p)or
ent Availablo Bonto Phosphat.o of
imno. Tr'y it and be0 convinced of
ts strong fert,ilizing and prod ucti vo
>OWers. Fot rniae by
JNO. T. GOSSETT & CO.,
Easley, S. C.
Nov 29, 1877 12 2
ARoGE STOCKSof IIARNESS, AADDLES,
LJ LEATIIER, &o., at prices lower' thrai
shoo Findings, including the
Best French Calf Skins
Lnd Tanner's and Macine Oils
Those desiring goods In rnry line, will find
t, to threir rntereost. to puirchnase of rure. Giye
ie a tr'ial and( be cornvinced. Th'ie best od
or the least money. '00
. VARDRy 1McBEE,
fain Street, Grenvillo, S. C., next door to
ie sign of tire Jr'eat hoot.
Nov 22, 1E7 3z,
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Buy Your Goods
WE . HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
full and complete LINE of NEW
GOODS for Fall 'aid Winter Trado,
purchased ia N,ow ek, by Mr. W.
M.1AOOD, with groat care, 'and at
lower prices .tan over before, and
will tako great pleanure in showiDg
our Goods and giving prices.
We invite special auice to our
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes,
Ladies' and Gents Hats, of latest
Calicoes and Dclaines;
Flannels and Joans;
Ready Made Clothing;
Bridles, Saddles, Harness.
The best grades of Sugar, Coffoo,
Cheese, and Syrups, always on hand.
IlAGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.,
Pickons C. H., S. C.
W. M. IIAGOOD & CO.,
Easley S. C.
" Sept 27,1877 8
ON A -RY,OODS.
WVE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
noinig to our cust.omers anid the
public, that wo haivo opened one of
the lairgest stocks of
.lrouighit to this market. Consisling
SI I ITI N GS, SITEETIN GS,
. JEANS, CASSIMERES, &c.
D)RY-GOOl)S in ondless varietey.
.IIOSIE R Y,
(CloU8ks anid Shawls,
Black Alpacca a specialty.
3,000 yards R IBBONS, 2 to 5 inches
wido, ut 15 cents per yard.
Largest stock of CARPETS over
brought to this market.
JIOVEY & TOWNES,
Next door to~National Bank,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Oct 4, 1877 .4 3
Main-St. Greenville S. C.
0h1e63o an RBtil Deal1l'a IR
J[ardware, Cutlery, Gunis,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blackcsmith's, Carpenter's 9and Moochanico's
Builders Hardware of'every description;
WVagon and Carriage Materials;
A full linie of' lIet Quality Leather and Rub
ber Belting, always in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The hair Safe anid Lock Company;
T1'he "Taylor" Cotton Gin;
Tuocker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for' tih Celeb'rated Shaenberger HIorso
an~d Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweedes Iron at
the~ lowest quotations from any markets, and
sNill pr.opose to duplicate invoiceu fromi North
erWn .Jobbing Houses, adding only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, 8. C.
SSept 6, 1 877 6:2 6m
Keowee Lodge, No. 79. A. F. K.
ATIE itOREGULA MONTIrLY MEET-.
~pING OF KRlOWEJE LODGE, No. 70,
1A.-, 'F.-. M.'. wi take place on the
DN SATUanay ON Ont DNFORE THE FULL MooN4
[N EAcr[ MtONTH. Theo attendance of all the
llembors is earnestly r'equested.
Rt. A. CHILD, W. M.
WV. T. flowYN, Secretary.
dade any day in PUTS and CAL.ra. Invest
cording t o your means. $10, $50 or 5100,
n S'rOCK PnivILEaE~s, has bronght a small
orttne to the careful investor. We adwiro
vbecn and how to operate safely. Book with
uil information sent free. Address oi'ders by %
iail and telegraph to Li XTERL & CO.,
hlankers and L'rokers, 17 WVall at.., N. Y.
May-17, 1877 . 38 ly