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PIC 8 0.6 . S.: C.:
Thurdsav, June 13.1878
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Murder by Revenue Offiials-A Man
Shot Down in Cold Blood.
On last Sunday, the 9th instant., alout I
o'clock, four Revenue officials by the names
of Mouse (or Moose,) Durham, Kane and
Scruggs, (we do not know (heir Initials), went
to the house of Mrs. Ladd, a widow lady,
living in the mountainous section of this
county, and brutally murdered her son Amos
Ladd, a young man, aged about 21 years.
We have not the full particutars of this most
attrocious and fiendish murder, but will give
briefly, only what has come to ue, as we con
alder it,'well authenticated, and reserve ful
ler particulars for a future time, when all the
facts can be properly brought out. It ap
pears that the young man was standing, or
rather leaning, against the door facing, when
the Revenue officers rode up, or walked up,
(we believe they were walking,) and ,delib
erately shot.him dead on the spot, without a
moments warning or an intimation of their
designs. The young man fell out of the door
lifeless, when (he officials said to his brother,
"who have we shot!" The reply was, "you
have shot my brother." The officers then
turned and left the house, but concealed
themselves on a small hill near the house in
the brush, and remained there for some time,
for what purpose it is not known. They then
went to the store of Mr. King, some four mills
- off, where they endeavored to hire a convey
ance to Easley Station. Mr. King told them
that, he could not carry then that evening,
but if they would wait until morning, he
would carry them. This they said, they
could not do, as they had business of impor
tance to attend to and must go that night.
They then hired one mule from him, and
- Kane rode -rapidly for the Station, passi ng
through this place by a back way, about
dusk, and arriving at Easley, just in time
to take the 9 o'clock train going North. lie
gave a negro ten cents to carry the mule to
the livery stable, with instructions 'to send
it back to Mr. Baylis Hendricks, at this place,
where the officials had told Mr. King they
desired the mule to ride to.
It appears that two shots were fired at
Ladd, the first taking effect and killing him,
while the second missed. From this fact,
and the fact that Kane rode off Mr. King's
mule, and left immediately on the train, it is
supposed he did the killing. The other' three
'went across the country towards 'Greenville
on foot, and at this writing we know not
where thgy are.
Mr. John L. Gravley came..to town Sunday
night and informed Trial Justice Taylor of
the murder, who at once issued a warrant
and pieced it in the hands of the Sheriff, and
that officer at once started in pursuit of the
murderers. Mr. Gravley had been informed
that Hoffnman was one of the party, and was
the only one known by the parties giving him
the Information, but from Mr. King's state
ment, who knows the mew, it is poss ible that
a mistake was made, and that Hoffman was
not with the party; if he was, he did not go
to King's store. When the Sheriff' arrived at
Easley ho learned of the flight of Kane, and
on Monday morning as soon as the telegraph
offices were opened, sent off the following
1tAELEY, PJCKENs Co., S. C., June 10, 1878.
To the Chief of Police of Greenville, Spar
tanburg, Charlotte, ar-d Columbia. A man
by the name of Ladd was brutally murdered
iu this County yesterday by five Revenue
officers, named Hoffman, Cain, Scrugge,
Durham, and Mou'se. They have fled. Look
out for them. -JOAn MAULDIN, s.P.C.'
As above stated, it is probable that there is
a mistake as to H offman being with the par ty,
butt as to the others, there is no mistake, for
Mr. King and others know them well.
It is likely, If Kane kept on he had left
Charlotte before the Sheriff's telegram reach
ed that place, and may -aucceed in making
good his escape for the time being. The
others, we think, willibe captured.
From all the facts gathered by us, we
pronounce this one of the most fiendish,
cold blooded murders ever committed in this
County. But we will refrain from further
comments until the case ha. been properly
Since the above was put in type, Sheriff
Mauldin has received the following telegram:
"Kane, Seruggs, Durham, and Mouse, sur.
rendered to the Sheriff of Greenville."
JNo. 0. GOPEER, Chief Police.
The Gi-eenville News speaking of this, the
eurrender of the parties says: Why they did
not go to Pickens C. H1. and surrender to the
Sheriff of that County, we are not informed.
The reason may be, that they suppose at
breenvllle they may, (e Deputy Marshal"
Bprlngs did, a few days age, for a similar.
06taege, give a bond, with negro sureties,
f~r 'their appearance at Court,
. The inquiry "when is the primary
election to come off," is still propound~.
ed to us 000asionally. / $ome ot the
candidates say they do not intend go
come out until the oleotion .is ordered.
bgntlemen~ your ive AIolars
C a good one time as anlotter..
t ~sam* price if tbs announ -
en dsn't go In but onoe.
CVol. kgaende~IVeue Outrpges.
We publidh on our outside aisweek
a speedh made by Hor. D. Wyt
Alken. iC Cong 8, on ftevenue out
rakes in, this Ofngresdion' Distript.
C6l. AIken had been *iisinformed k
to the capture of Redmond, as we sup
pose he is the individual referred to,
but ae to his other statements, they
tire a tf'uo bill. We only regret that
the Col. had riot boon posted on all
the outrages conmitged by.' those
scamps, in ordor that he might have
boon able to lay all the facts - before
the country. Col. Aiken's voice is the
first raised in the halls of Congress in
behalf of an outraged people, (we do
not mean violators of the law, but in-.
nocent people,) and when the report
of the committee of the Grand Jury,
with the testimony taken by thom, is
made public, Col. Aiken will have
sufficient facts to enable him, we trust,
to correct, the evils, of which the poo,
ple are so loudly complaining, and
give them relief from the presence and
oppression of the men who .are now
disgracing the Government they pro
tend to represent. The tyranny and
oppression of these oflicials must be
corrected, and once the facts are put
i proper shape and placed in the
hands of Col. Aiken, we believe he is
the mad to do it.
The following letter, from Judge
Kershaw to Capt. Earlo, settles the
question of Court at this place.
A BBEVILLE, June 7, 1878.
TV. E. Earle, Esq., Greenville S. C.
DEAit SIR:-In rel)ly to your favor
of the 5th inst., I can assure you of
my purposo. to hold the Court at Pick
ens in accordance wiLh tho p.ovisions
of the law. Neither I nor a other
officer of the State has authority to
disponso'with it that I m awarU of.
The civil business that may be trains
acted, you are a ware, is limited by the
terms of the act of 1877.
Yours truly. J. B. K ERSIIAW.
P'eace in Europe.
Russia and England have agreed to
an European Congress, to which each
will submit their grieveances. This
secures peace in Europe for the pres
ent at least, and cotton plan tors in'
the South may breathe more easily.
.At a meeting of the citizens of the
town of .Easlcy, held at Masonic HIallI,
on the evening of the 5th mnstamnt, to
consider the propriety of a subscrip
tion to the capital stock of the Easley,
Belton and Williamston Railroad, Mr.
John R. Gossott was called to the
chair and WV. M.Jiagood was reques
ted to act as secretary.
Thej Chairman upon asr'uming the
chair, gave a full and concise state
ment of the ohjcct of the meeting,
after wvhich the followving resolutions
were offered by Maj. T. W. Russellh
and after some spirited and interest.
ing remarks from Maj. Thos. 11. Rus,
sell and others, were voted upon and
carried. Bo it
Resolved, That we the citizens of
the town of Easley, in public meeting
assembled, conceiving that thie build,
lng of the proposed Easley, Belton and
Williamston .Railroad will be of great
material benefit to Easley, by largely
increasing its population, enhancing.
the value of real estate, bringing in
oap)ital, by making the town a Rail,
road centre, &c. Thercfore, be it fur,
Resolved, That in orde'r to make the
building of enid road a certainty to
that extent, woedo hereby instruct the
corp~orate authorities of' the town of
Easley to subscr-ibe to the capital
stock of said Eaisley, Belton and Wil
liamston Railroad, the sum of ten
thousand dollars, the said stock to be
p aid for in coupon bonds of4 the town.
Said bonds to be redeemable in ten
and twenty years, and to bear inter,
est at six p)or cent, per annum. Thle
denomination of said bonds to be one
hundred, three hundred, and five hun
dred dcllars, and the coupons of sa~d
bonds to be receivablc in payment of'
On motion, it was further
.Resolved, That the.Secretary be re
quested to notify the town authorities
of the proceedings of this meeting, and
request that they submit to the quali,
fled voters of the town some time
during the month of June, the ten
thousand dollars subscription; also,
confer with W. C. Brown at Belton,
S. C., and ascertain at W bat time and
place the corporators should meet to
organize, an d to furnish h im wit h a
copy of these proccedinge.
It was moved that the proceedmngs
of this meeting be furnished the Pick,
e SENT.INEL ,for p'ublieation, with a
request that the Greenv'ille Daily
-News, Anderson Intelligencer and
Temperance Banner cop the same.
JNO. R. GOSSE'T, Cgar.
W. M. HAOOD, Sec'y.
The Ninty-Six Guardian, one of
our most valued exohanges, haa en,
tored upon its second volu me. The
Guarqlan Is s' sprightly and ably
editkd paper. Long may She~ wave.
" &'~'~ ~.
4 M-y Light Guards.
4ASLAX S. C., Junoe ,1878
Mi. Erga.-.As perrequest. of the
compang will try and give 'you
somnj dots as to he progresa of the mili.
taffy in our oitf. Tho younimon. oi
this place have been working 'for the
past week or tWn day to gqL up a mil.%
itary company, and on Friday last
they called a meeting at the lasonic
Hall, for the purposo of organizinng,
electecting officers, &c. On compar,
ing the list of members, which had
been gotten up by the lieutenants, it
was found that we had about forty
mumbers enrolled-first rate begin,
ning. It appears that the mepting
was not generally known, and conse,
quently there was not a very full at
tendance. The meeting was called to
order by electing Mr. C. T. Martin
Ch)aiI'man, and C. A. Bruce, Secretary.
On motion of the ecretary, it was
resolved that the officers to be elected
should servo to the first of December.
The leading ones clectea were 'i fol
lows: Captain, G. P. A. Spyors; First
Lioutenant, A. M. Runion; Second
Lieutenant, C. k\. Bruce; Third Lieu,
tenant, E. K. Gossett; Orderly Ser
geant, 0. C. Folger; Quartermaster,
I. A. Richiey. After the election, Mr.
Richey was unanimously called on for
a speech, and replied in a short, but
very eloquent and. janimated address
vory appropriate, in every particular,
to the occasion. The speaker's ready
wit and most supe fluous outflow of
words and phrases, as yet unknown
to Webster, was.tho cause of an ovCrs
whelming applause). Our Captain,
tben took th'v doorb and in his easy
and gra eful style. thanked us fur the
honor we had conferred upon him in
making him our leader. He begged
to be excused from making a speech,
as he was no orator and, furthermore,
thought that one such speech as we
had just heard was enough for one
tim(. It then being in order to select
ab title for the company, one name
after another was p)roposCed, until fi,
nally it was decided that Lhe style o1
the company should be the "EAsL~EY
LInan- Guanos." We can o'nly object
to the second word in the title, and
we trust the company may be anty
thing else but light. I[think it altpo
gether unnecessary for me to uttempt
to impre'ss the members of thc Guards
withi the importanco oif prompt atten,
dance to the mee(ting. We can uk
no enterpri~so a success unless wo~take
an interest in it.
Besides the ngitar'y excitenien t,
the~re is yet another opedemic feeding
uonjOl time and attention of some of
our citizens, whose talent runs more
into the channel of the musical thani
the military. They say we are to
he a choir and an organ, 0or rather,
that we have a choir and also an organ
on trial. Now, sure3ly the good peo
pie of Easloy will nvt suffer tis ins
strument to be carried away for the
wan t of liberal subscription. We trust
not. Lotus go to wvork and pay for
it, and in a year hence we will not
miss the monoy.
Business in 1,be city is fearfully dull
at this season. Oh, for a polar night,
that we might spend our summenr in
the land of dreamis. Well, enough for
this time. Wi probably lot yeu
hear from us again.
Items From the City.
EAsLEY, J uno 10, 1878.
Times superlatively dull.
Easley slang is mum, mum, mum.
They didn't fit-'twas merely a mis
Capt. Berry's reaper attracted a
good deal of attention on Saturday
last. It was at work for Mr. W. A.
Mauldin, who, by the way, has the
best wheat we have seen. Our' farm
oers should introduce more of the la
bor-saving implements. It will 'pay
Harvesting is now. in full blast. We
trust the crop is better than ha's been
We have been blessed with some
very pretty showers for' the past foN
days, and none too soon did they
Farmers have worked their crops
unusnally well in this section and-, if
seasonable from this on, will doubtless
handle some of "that silver" next
Our friend and orator of the Light
Goards, Mr. HI. A. .Richey,.is oat on
an extensive mountain tour. He ex
pects to have a regular "Mohegan"
Some of oar young friends have ae..
quired quite a reputation Ior-famil%
iarity. So much, we suppose, for the
want of a little more caution.
To see the choir gather 'rond the
~ ~ ~
rgan and disperse ther sweet pusi
4o "variously" appears qaute ciy-like.
Still, this doesn't pay for the instr,%
,rom all'reports, there. will be as
miany cand~Gtes as votore in the com
ing campaign. Tho more the mor
rier. Hurrah for Hampton.
The ehange in the schedulo of :the
passenger trains on the Air Line will
be a great improvoment on the old
one. Parties travelling in this' way
and wishing to stop over here can do
80 without losing a nights rest. A
considerable item, as long as the days
are just now.
Our little town gradually, but sure
ly, approaches a city. Soveral of our
citizens have built now residencos,
while others have improved their
premises considorably by fencing,
painting, &c. But just wait, now, till
we build the Easley, Belton and Wil,
liamston Railroad, and then our little
town will ris up at once, rally to the
front, and look with un eye of insig
nificanco upon such little places as
Charleston, Atlanta, &c. Here I'll
hiush,4est your readers should accuse
me of exaggertting.
A pair ot so-called Frenchimon ptss
ed through town on Saturday, carry
ing with them a pet bear that would
(o a little of every thing for a nickle.
It created quito ai sensation.
The Light Guardt are in a flourish,
ilg condition. All that they lack now
is their guns.
It is reported that a party of four
Revenue officials shot and killed a Mr.
Lads] on yesterday, somewhere above
Pickens. I hey thought ho was the
ratorious'Lewis R. Rodmond One
of the ofileers took the train hero last
night and hps doubtless affected his
escape, if such was his intention.
DEAR SENTINEL-It has been a long
tilmo since we have seen anything of
our little town in your very interest
ing columns. Perhaps wo can furnish
you with something that will intere t
Central can boast of a good school,
also two Sunday sehools. WVe will
tell you first about our Ih ool, which
cannot be beat in Pickens County.
All of the~ pupils hero can boast of a
god eaher. It would make you
feel happy to visit their sohool ro~om,
which is well filled with attentive
scholars; there are, no vacant seats
there, they are all occupied. I cani
not tell you all, you miust go thoro
yourself. When you get there you
will be received by the teacher's
bearty welcome, and thena by his as
sistara.'s winning smile, If yon hap,
pen to be1 a single fellow,you had bbt
ter be careful whlen you go there, for
lier smile would melt the heart of a
stone or marble imago, if it had e.ne.
IShe glides around among her little
pupils with all the grace of a queen;
but I must stop, she mighat not hkle
for mec to tell you all of her swveet
ways, unitil you see her yourself.
Then, after you have been wdelcomed
by the teachers, you may glance
around the roomi and find a pleasant
smile on every one of their rosy lips
for you. They (do not look like they'
w'ere afraid you would hear' what they
said when t~hey recite their lessons, or
that they wished you were not there.
Directly the opposite; they are glad
to have you there, for they like to let
people see what thboy know. I can
tell you they are no sleepy set, and if
you don't believe me, go and see for
yourself-but remember the warning
I gave you about Capt. RL. L. Lewis'
The next that I will tell you about
is our Sundaiy school at Mount Zion
church. It has abort 60 scholars, and
if you ever have t;he pleasure to be
present at our Sunday school, and
want to hear a good lesson recited and
explained, ask wvhere Bible Class N4o.
2 sits, and get some place near' them.
I think their young hearts will under.
stand as much of the Bible as any body
ever has. They make it a regular
study; so they, may be able to learn
you something if~you will join their
class. Beaides the Methodist, we have
a Baptist Sunday school, wion has
recently been organized. WVe hope it
may prove a success. The Methodist
Sunday school meets in the morning
and thq Baptist in the evening, so we
hope to attend both.
With much love to all mny Iickens
and (4pntral friends, I will close for
tas time. SYLyrA.
T wo sections of this County were
visited by a heavy hail storm ott last
Sunday. The track of one of the
storms lay across tihe County south of
this place, and passing near Central.
Tho othet passed along the foot of the
mountains. Considorable damage was
done to the growing crops.
Thanks to Judge Field for a lot of
te finest onions and boots of' the sea
Boraps From the Mountains.
Ma.-ED1to-We notice that TuHE
SEJNT z. bas,. ia oortospondent from P
almoot every section of the County,
except the highlands, and now that
"Redmond is in jail," we think your
epicy little paper ought to be repro
sented from the mountains. Some
weeks since you solicited campaign
notes and news fromn alliparts of our
County. Well, we haven't any c'am,
paign notes up here. The fatmers
have a I bought fortilzers and gave
their "cotton option" notes, and they
conclude that is quite notes enough
for the present, especially until they
see how "Old King" will mature this
far up the country. Some few have
tried him fur several years, but all
have invested in fertilizers and king
cotton this time, or at least a majori
ty. Well, it is a matter of necessity,
riot of choice. The idea of hauling
corn thirty miles and selling it at 50
cents per bushel will make any man
scratch his head. rho mountain bcys
say, select your best, mon to fill the
various offices and when clection day
comes they will be on hand, '-true
blue" for I1ampton and holiest gov,
ornment. Enstatoo has ono store in
full blast, kept by the Messis King,
whose gentlemanly deportment has
won for Lhem many warm friends.
Report says that the Revenue officers
are taking up the old sows in the
Cane Crock country and smelling of
their breath to see if there is any scent
of the illicit about them. Wo shouldn't
like to be on that detail. Whctit har.
ve t is on hand, and the farmers are
very busy frhting Gencral Green.
W heat is thought, to be about half a
Pay of Legislators.
DEAR SENTINEL--As my name has I
been brought beforo th. )ublic in a
somewhat conspicuous way, in an ar
ticle on tho above subject., in your is,
suo of Juno the 6th 1878. Concern
inge the matter referred to, I beg to
say: In .the speech at Dacusville, re
ferred to in the articlo, in speaking of
the available hinds for free school
purposes, I said, "T here is io longer a
State atppropriattion. They must, de
pend upon the 2 mil!s and the poll
.tax, and out of that. amount, Ithough
small enough, the SeCool Com mission
or's salary is~ pa id(. Th ough the peo
ple0 mnay console Ihemseawlves wvith the
thet that, in comnmon with other salas
ries, it, has been reduncedI to about
$300.00 ai year. It is said that the
Legislature redneed all salaries int il
they reached thei' owr., there iei r
relorin amd et')IOfliomy gu011u.." .lii
readirig the alt tiee :Gilude(ii to, one
mig ht think that what I had said had
engeniderecd ill heeling oin tho..part of
THEw SINEoL; but I know such is not
thle caste. lIor ean inot bo whlen lif
whole pariag'ph is taken. Halving(
said. this inmuch, 1 heel that11 nothing
frither is req ui red of' me, and shall
say nio more. G[o. WV. SJNOLuC'r'N.
RocK Ihm... 8. C2.. Junie 4.-Fully
hal I the busi ness pot tion of this town
was laid in ashes las.t n ight. 'The fire
started in thec storie on the corner of
Main and Rail oadl streetN, occupied
by J. (C. Shar'pe. A t quarter past 10
p. im. the clerk wh'o slept in tihe store
w'alked out, leaving a burning lampl
resting on the top of a bed post which
had been sawo.Ioffjumst above the bed.
Fifteen minutes later the building was
discovdred in flames, and the su~lpo.
sition is the lamp either exploded or
fell on the bed as thoe young man
withdrew, and thus caus~d the con
flagration. Thei firo was riapidly corn
munnicated to the adjoi ning btuildinogs
-the diry weather and strong wind
blowing gireatly facilitating the speed.
The fire companies, white and color,
ed, aided ly the citizens gonerally,
made heroic efforts, but riot until 1
o'clock did they succeed in subduing
Trhe total loss is estimated at $48,~.
850. Amount insured $27.750.
CricAcro, June 2.-Under (date of
A pril 13, Major Gurd Ilges, command
ing the Seventh Intantry at Fort
Bentoni, iriforms the military head
quarters heo that the hostilo Sioux,
Arrapahoes, Chieyennes and other
Indians, assembled at the eastern
corner of Cypress Mountain, know n
as Sitting Bull's camp, contemplate
an early invasion south of tho bonn..
dairy line. 11ajor' Ilges considers the
situation serious. T wo thousand wvar
rior's, trusted by nobody in tha~t re..
gion, fully armed and equipped, defi.,
ant and ready for fight, hae caused
him to move his fqrts to a n'ew plice,
botteir fitted for defense. Sitting Bull
recently made a'rancorous lgrangue,
promising to return to the United
States wheng the girass grows and
make the soldiers weep. A grand
war dance and mustering.of various
tribes followed the speech.
A dispatch hrm Boise City repreo.
sents that threo hundred Bannock
Indians, after robbing .a station and
oapturing two freight trains, fled to
the lava beds, whoro there are 300 of
1them in strong position with wood,
water and grass to liaet, thomn a 1ll the,
ufifies the Bloo'%0 no atos
a ud Invigorotes the Whole
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. IT 18 A
Vegeune Valuable Remned.
Vege tine SoU-rn Bos-roN, 1kb. 7, 180'.
tein aken several bottles of yon Ves.
getine, and am convinced iis is
. valuable remedy -for Dysp sia.
Vegetme idney Comuphint, and ge erali
debilit y of t he syst em.
egotinel' I can~ ht artily recommnenL to -
all suffering from the above om..
.plint. Yours respectfully.
8t$ Athecns-str t.
Priepa:red by . -
H. R. STEVENS. Boston Nas
V EGE TINE is Sold by All Dri' inte,
may 2:3, 1S78 87 - 4 *
S :ATE OF SOUTil (JAROL A,
B Y virtue of an execution to me d eted
I will sell to the highest bidder at ckens
Jourt House on Saleday in July next, urang
hie legal hours of sgle, the followI prop.
arty, to wit:
All that Tract or Parcel of Land Si ate i
Pickens County, on both sides of 'o prong
f Shoal Creek. waters of Saluda R er, ad
oinlg hinds of Jesse Crenshaw, osewell
lTill and others, and containing o Hun
fred Acres, more or less. IL being e place
ivhereont J. S. Hendricks now live Levied
>nl as the propert~y of Abel ;Hendri s, at the
mit of Martha Jones.
TERMS CASH--Purchaser to y extra
flg,.If terms not complied with a1 day of
milo1 property to be resold .a, risk f feramer
JOAB MAULDI , s.e.o.
The State of" South C roing '
COUNTrY 0' PbCKW4.
IN COURT OF OOMMO~ PLEAS
0. W, Lat ham, against W. A. Cyde and-R.
' E. Hiolcombe.
Judgment of Foreclosure a d Sale;
IN pursuance of a decretal ord ' made in
the above stated case, and to e directed,
I wvill sell to the highest bidders t Pickens
Court Ilouse, s~n Sale day in Ju ynext, the
Premises descrihed in said order to wit:
All that. TRACT of LAND, .1 ate in the
County and State aforesaid, cor aining -.--.
acres, more or less, and more partioularly
described in the mortgage given ay the said
W. A. Clyde to the said GI. WV. Itham.
T ER MS: One-half cash, the alance on a
o.'o'l t of twelve months; purch ser to give
bond and secenity, with mortgag, to secure
balance of purchas~mony.
PurchaseV to pay for papers.
Witness my hand and official eal at Plek
ens Court Ihouse, this bth day o June, 1878.
J. J. LE IS, O...
Big-Purchase money and dos to be paid
on day of sale, or the property will be ren
sold at risk ot former purchae
June 6,1878 89 4
A LL persons having d nandsi agaiust the
nirm of EATON & AT KINS will pre
sent them to the undersigned by the 4th of -
Auguast next. WLI~W TI~
Smay 80g878- 8 $ 4
To Rake M oney pleauMIy and
la8t, ttgent8sShould ad dge
FINLEY, LIARV E~Y & 001A~~~gGt
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