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M t 0 'ewn 'dollar per
f'1eefor the frat ei'tion
br~ eaeA~ ieegtsat insertion,
I &tade tonAEnInte-nd other.
qisamenths or by the yeai-.
*ONA* vad Wolt. of 4eepcct
'44*diato doUars, -in ad
btup6 Hlrdldof the 15th irst.
Much enlarged. The pro.
Aded 4 column to enoh page.
-fidditlouiil *chrmns, and hava'
o inches to tie lengt h of ench
'lob me equivalent to three more
h4lm"us making altogether at. least
"his -more of'space thain was con,
14, Its former site. The Herald is
41b cont.y pn pos hi -e Stale
a Its p roperity.
Under False Colors;
pondent. of tihe Reform signal
irAgti 'e 'wns a -citIen of Pick
$f, ahd plicles into tihe organized
4,:9Ocy, rnges, monopolies and matters
v4s generally. lie sails under faise
- We kiow the diction of the letters
dot0ll to be deceivrd by the pretention
04&es citizen of tIis County. We
setibildhQed t-oomin'uy -of Mhi cnmitini
An the S rz. to be deceived by
41Y 4 .ruI . Come out. fronn undmer
Yd6r fase -oolWe** If.yM: do not. we shall be
n0ApOIled. to uncover you.
eco-respondent of ihe .Greenville Dnily
sf has been interviewhig soine of tie
4orihern and foreign settlers in Greenville
and has obtained from them an expression
of their opinion of Greenville as a business
bee elle kind -oi t'ietine'ut ext ended to
temt k. Eh ey wi all -unan imous ato ihe
~ordhi we1ooe extended thema, and give
te lie- to nil the tales told them about
"Keskluxism,"~ 'Ostrncisin," &c., by tihe
-'btoody shhiter" of the North and carl.et
bkggers of thStBate. Thmey are all doing
ili,'and ar ileae with ihe people with
whon they have eamel their lots.
Roll of Confederate Troops.
We call attenmtion to the not ice of tihe Ad
3utant andl Inspector General which npf ears
In abothmer olumn, In regard to tihe prepa
tuton ot "Rolls of T.oops furnished by tihe
Otate of South Cavolina Lo the armmy otf thme
dy~lrate States." It is made tihe duty of
j4 dutant General to prepare such 1Bo11s
. akmme tire work cotupiete, it is neces
*swry for him to have thme honrty' co opera,
tiena ofoten people. All oficers, or privates
edae siin Ie Iit possession of auty tRolls of
on pinies, Riegimients or Brigades, or any
Otilerdoouments, or informnation, that will
aid in this laudamble 'nnd patriotic work,
iiohild communicate with UGeneral Mani
gaat 'at as oarly a day ats possible.
Stoibrand vs. Aiken
The brief, ont behmalf of C. J. Stoibrand
y$. *, Wyatt Aiken, in Congress, has been
~indly forwarded rts by Cot. Aiken.
A condensed .opioome of the evidence
takenby stolbr'and is given in the brief.
60ia usual amount of 'tail" swearing is
foablihfed by teo R adical striker's and hang
-t d ot,'In all the . counties~ except ' tims.
Fr~im the cursory review we hamve made of
She-document, we think It Is clear thmat all
theq votes, which the witnesses claim were
firudulenat, hagt be deducted from Col.
AlMkei' maijority, sand then all Lihose whmichm
thiey claim were excluded fromn time box,
might be oeunued for 8(slbrand, and A ikeni
* ~uld still have a few thmousand to spare.
in this County, the lladicamls themselves,
admitted that there wasnever a fairer elec
tion,. -There is not a word of evidence in
C thinbfef from thmis County, yet time foalow
-labg arepinmg charge is made in time said
- rlfd 13ut thme evidence shmowsu that with
the' gole- exception of time precinct Dute
West, in.Abbeville County, every poll In time
notie.'Congressional District was tainted,
zaoe or less, with fraud, violence, and
(sialewnul practices, to time injury and de
m i'vtien of 1'epublican voters." Timis is a
- 5 , 4 1oolninbla Regiateu gets into a frenzy
* Board of Directors of tihe Peni
d~ not withhiold a certain number
i~ded eQnviets in annticipation of time
Qfte bill by the Legislature, to de..
S~oomb-Cnamtl, antd accuses the
tOuble dealing. A few days ago
e the Board promised t'o comn
~ itthin twenty four hours after
pf the bill. We know not 'what
~era of the lBosed may hai
the Bosad in Its organized ca
rkurself asnu Individual mem
;MWe know thme statement of
ve put in type, we see
$ pruial,'has withmdrawn
us mader against time
4ettbof that' paper.-.
sinnelon at. Yari
;t Cn0Eakofld -have
'tfio Iedk after
lthit. State by
4 Ond4l 0f table rates. The
4 ris dferits or.
n t0A44w tbe rate for
adugmt rne Aromeftet four cet a per
mile. Ahohy *(.tSr a .still fUrtbe'r redue
(ion %was made and .the rate was fixed at
three cepnt per mile. : The railroad auten
ities thmwms(lYes say t-bat the inch'(se of
travel itlikjibiquease of thi reduction of
the fair 'ha been stiffiicint 'to 'prevent any
loss to tlem on that account. But in the
matter of freights no act ion was taken un
il recently. The mill men complained to
the esuamlssion' that the roads were dis.
*erhnhitting against them In favor of west
ern mall men' at a ruinous rate and asked
In eptaking of this matter the Atlanta
Constitut ion says that the mill 'men "claim
that under the present 'system of tihrough
rates for outside manufai ctories and local
rates to Geougia ninufiieturers, a factory
or -inll located in 'Cinciniati or Louis.
ville or St Louis-has an advantage over a
mill in-Georgin. The freIght from Cincin-.
nati to Sfavanuth is 50 enIts a barrel. From
Atlanta to Savainnni it is 00 cents a 'barrel.
From Atl!ania to Ciiniinti it is 76 cents a
barrel, so that. the short rate from Atlanta
to Savannah, while from Cincinnati to At
lanta is more t-han from t'iiciitnat i to Sa
vanntah. From C-iinnati to MNcon it is
78 ceits a barrel anid from Alavan to Sa
vanimnh 54-conts-a bailcd on fluor, so that,
the man who ships his w heat from the webt
to Macon or Atlanta, ard grinds it. into
flour, has more to pay to ship his barrel of
flour from Mcncon or Atlanta ti nn it costs
tle Cincinnati nian to ship from that city
to Savannah. The consequeinces is t1at. it
gives tle western ma1n an advantage of
about 50 cents a barrel in freight 'over the
Georgiai mill man. A i ordioiry mn ill, miak
ing from one humindred to liree hundredbain
rels per-day, 1s t'us discriminated against,
the commissioners cliihim, in froight. alone,
froii fifty to a huindred dollars a day
enoigh to determine the btuiiess one wily
or another. Aijother advaninge possessed
by the ve.-tern ninufacturer is that the
railroads give him car load rates in the ship,
ment of a single barrel, 'which they decline
to do witi local mill men. Under these
discriminntions the Georgia mills are stif
fering, and niany of t hiem amnnounced their
det erniination to move their mnills ouit of
the State unlescs they receive'd reliet'. An
outsider looking out a loc .t ion, wiai a view
of inivest ment, thle coni~[nissioners thJouight,
would certainly select a .pioiint in 1he west,
whlere the through rates would give him an
"The commissioners, m'oved by these
considerat ions, pr'epared anid issued the cir
eulair allulded to. yhmey do not propose to
my what lhe ronde sh~ou .d charge as through
rates. All thmat they iniwist on is that. thme
loenl rate shouil bie t>roil rionied to thec
through rale. They do not. inisit that it
bhould be exacotly the safle ride per' mile,
b~ecaumse it 'is nore expensive to handle loca
s hipnentis thhn thle throughi ones. To
cover thlese t erminal expenses they allow
the local rate to be about t wenty five per
cent. aboVe wh 50 i so halrged per inile onm the
through rate. On selectinig the through
rates onm which to base the local rates, the
commissioners did not take mcxt eme cases,
as for example fromi it. Louis to the coast.
Thiey took what are comn i tively average
hibrough rat-naniely: Frocm lhe Ohio iv-.
er to Atlanta, Ma mon anzd Augumsin. Upon
hese thiroughi ratevs thle~y ha sd lie tariff of
"Thme comisio'rers only alpplied those
rates to classes C, D and F, ub ich chisses
virituially cover flour and griain. It. is un
derst ood thait t hey will in thme fuiture extenu
lie pinciple to all a rticles mianufiacturied
in thle St ate, where thle manutfictulrer's of
other airticles can s-how thait lhe thlroumgh
rates miake practical dhiscrilmiat ien against
their goods in favor of ouitsiders."
Such action oii thle pait of thle iauthorit ies
of South Czarolina will soon become an ab
so'ut e n ecensity, ainid if the p~resent law does
niot, give suflicienlt alit hority for such act ion
it will be amieid d so as to confer thle ne
cessary power. 'gem roads .n this State are
in the hands of a monopoly and it is evi -
d ently t he 1.urpose of t hose w ho own thiemi
to keep thietam (here. Thmey .will kill out, if
possible, the construction of all competing
linmcs, and hold the nosers of the people to
the grind stonme just as long as5 they can.
But in This matuter', the State, like Georgia,
is superier to the m onids, anmd thiy 'will be
forced to ielaix thiri grip of' extetioni.
. ishop WV. M%. Wijhluman of lie Methodist
Church South, d iedl a t his resideince in Char
leston, on W~ednesday, the .I16th instant,
aged '74 years lie was~ tn able, learned
nman, a flue puilpit orator and muich loved
and esteemied 1 y, not only thme members of
the Met hodist Church, but by all who
knew him. A good man has gone to re,
ceive the rewards of a lorng and well spenlt
Mrs. Atary U. liarley, a most estimable
christian lady. died recently at Barniwell,
in uhij S tate. At. the time of her dea hi she
was editor of thme dlepartmlet of "hlearth
nid Homue," and "Our' Little Ones" in the
1u*' tiSt Courier.
Ten co.s.red persons nmde a daring at
tempt to escape from thie 8partanmburg jail
on the 14th instant. As the Deputy Sheriff
was going around, giving out thme evening
meals, three stout negroes gather'ed him
and attempted to throw him down the steps,
but he was caught by United Btates pris.
oner and pulled back. The deputy puled
out his pistol and flied two shots at tihe
parties as they ran down the stairs. One
shot prased the scalp of one anid the other
shmot 'fuered the sl.oulder of thme other. The
4lhree iIhonors were soon rccaptutred and
placed bok in their s
IVI 01$ *OWh G'E'chhokiq~'8tage~~ I~lasd
5WO.glrAd to arnnOibcheel (p4 e
6.4p A merican enme otit oflhe laid Miro in
Ntew.York, like the falhed Plimtht, with
renewed life, The subst'iption lista. no
count books, patent records. patent, draw
lugs, and correspondence were preserved
19 massive fireVroof sides. The printing o1
the Ecientifie Anerican and Supplemet wn
doneen ithditle building; cocuequently the
types, plates, presses, piper, etc., were tin
11karmed, and no interruption of busineb
The new &e'nt'/ie American offices are to
cated at 261 Broadway, corber -of Warren
Street, a very contral and e>ctilent situatlion
The unew bilding fronts towtrd fle City
ltitl,'4he Court Pouse, and the new Pomit,
office-a nagnificeit structure, 'which cost.
imews LtOM lIlJMoND,--ir. W'iMinn)
Kenjedy, 'United States Deputy larplinl.
wiro has lately visited Auburn, New York,
saya the'Oreoenville News, where Redmond -is
confined. writes to I. 11. Kennedy that Red,
iond is a favorite of till the officers in the
penit entiary. His leg is st ill crooked, not-hing
having been-done to it. lie is at. work ini the
tailor -shop, ind is well treated, and -quite
contaknrtiblo.- lie desires his friends at
home to know thnt lie is comfortable, aside
from his confinement, and sends his regards
to aill hia -frienis i a South Carolina.
It is annouilcod that small pox has bro,
ken out aiMong the neg- os nt work on the
'Ocorgia Pacific tailrond. and that t hey tire
senttering in ill directions. Some of Ithem
went froi I his pIace and vicinity and it is
to be hoped they will not Fcatter bIck bere,
especially if t hey hive tlie small pox.
Farmers in nil sections -of the West wre
well Torwn'cd in t-heir spi ing work. More
w int er pilowing is been done thrin ever be
fore -kirown tit this enso'n of tir year. If
the season should prove prophious at great
er neree.ge will be plante1.1 the coming year
than ever before.
Have y ii Ever
Known iny person to be seriotusly ill with
out t a weelk iinch or innclive liver or
kidneys? Anil when these organs are in
good condition do yon not find their posses
:-or cr joying good heanlJ.? I'urker's Ginger
Toniic reglateI cs iihese iniport Dlilt, uilikvs tle
blood rich11 n1d pure. n il i trengthens every
pat t of the system. 8ee other column.
ina, uinder thae antne erct to the ap-por
t ~ioinen lt b)ill adoptevd thIsis evening, ti xinug
the ncumbiier of tmembters of lee Iilouise ot'
ipresent at ives .I 325, is certain of severn
mernbi ers, to wvhiichi cnd thle delegat ion haive
beetn workinig for somie tie. Yaeaterdlay thle
opinion wans ge'neracl that the Ilouase wolid
adopt thle innbrr fixed ona last yeair, $19
The overwehuing majority for 8263 there.
fore caused nuich sttoishinient. 1 ettribt)1e
no synni ao'po in -of th linhage-of seintiinet
to the speech delivered yest erdaty hiy NI r.
Tiiinian. in wvIehi h very st roingly advlo
enated a large Ilouse. There is tu onther
visible remauona foir the ilucceuation of se''aii-.
mn t.* t The mero'pol itaon pap iers publhiislh
diispat tches geinrally cotophmeiintIairy to our
l~Ieptesernaive,.i! a ltu some of theiccn
assni i his positIiin eatorially . It is :ad
mnitt ed here heat. thle speech wais the sensa
ion i tf ihe season.- . U. (. in Xuews and
W A'C'I ''i mN. Fcthnui-y 16 --('oolhended
ic ehliC eins tromtf Soui th Cairoli 'li. snys thIa'.
iin the face' of the snmetadnents to the e'lec
ion la ws recen tly tieneed by thieir Sr aire
Leg isiisour in the inte rest. of Ithe Dcemo
err'' ic party~', Ithe best policy the It epubli
eann parry of lair Srat e cnn n dopt is one of
mn fily ineliv it vty, uicili the Democcorats
fcllI outI ni iiclg themselve's over nun i'se
wvhichi wi~hl peiuaeneitly split t heir partyi
Th Ie noninta iits rfe.rired10nu prciically pcur
the l)enci raeecs in asolucie control of thce
regis iratiotn hooks stid thce ballot boxe inM 1
Itie coiuury siist ricts. Inre cceicies Fed
eral sicperviesors cane andi will be n ppoinrt ed,
becantse the Acinrney Gencrual has meontey
withI which to pacy them lie hacs neone for
P'perv isorns scervin g ini the coutr y . Ex.
II ipresectcat ive l oobert Sical Is thliniks thea.
if the 1liriiennas souldh aebsolactely hlvd
ailoof fromc paiutlics toe four years, ice Dem,
oeraits woulicd, ar t il endh of hli ticie, lhe
cucti ng onte inuothler's thiruont. retealeri ng
cozalit ion dlesirable co eiilber fscet ion, citd
poweri possible to th lietpublicsains.
Coi~rclilA, Februe y 12.-I was tol'ye
t erdaiy by at promnentci li epubican thait it aes
dletcemineed ca lie recent coeenciie of thce
cenitrail lie puhecni E xa'eu tv Conmmit tee to
hold ii geeralie conafet ence in t his city on
the 2d day of Mi are-I. 'I his cottrence w ill
be ait t endeda by t wo delegait es from everf
Ccunty3 in thei Sit ne, wvho will be chosen by
thce cenit ril corniceittee. lin fact, thtey leave
alreaidy been selectedl, aind ocn last Tuiesdhay
inevir an ions were fourwasrded raskineg Ithem to
aittnd thre ecnfer'ence. 'This meode of so
lect intg deiegsteIs, nis ciy iniformic at stug
gest ed, wais adopted '.in ordher tihnt the
brain s of thce pany mcighet be brouight to
getheir.'" 1The cconferece icn Marc wte ill
shape t he fuiturie courise oif th gi~arty anal
thmrilhy dteiniie upon somie dtIh tite plan
of' potlit ical nei on . ' The bra5in of 0 thie
part 3y" wvill luneishi til interes inig siteudy for
thle niewspaiper plie, ct. least.--Correa,
pond'ent Ncu s and ,Cuiaer.
Peimnit nO Cubstitution.
Insist uipon (baliin~ig Fioresiton Cologne.
It. is pre-emmnetly suiperior in perman ence
andh rich delic-iey of i agraine. 4
One year' ago latuc Thluresdny Gen.
Gf1~ieclu w~as dec~harod elected Presi
dlent of the Utitedh Slntes. 1Iow
mnty imp~ortat e'vents haviio been
crowdedc int) the twelveo m~ohn4 in
te'rveniit sinrco the 9thi day~ of Fe-b.,
1881, u.'ThoI shortf but, billiat aud-c
Presnidentt, the defehat of some-~of the
proml~inenCft titn whoit consir~ed ag..
niinlt him, htis terri ble nasastsi nni Ltin,
long sucfferinrg an d dtioIh, the trial
un td final Cclodmn at ion of the assasl
Sin, arle ma11ttters of hitnory. It, liard,
ly seemns p)ossible'; whleni one look
back, that anye countrty couldi havo
passed itongh so much with so lit
tie uppaenLtcIect upon its~ J pper
Assaul ts uponr the editors seaem to
be the order of the daty. Tho Sotel
dos ttneziked antd sorcrtely wountded
Mis. nton, ci the WVashington NA"
tionaql RIepublicag,. on Thursday, nr dI
un t~hil aune dtey M. fluko kmia
MaM~ t:We hv i~~
fe4 'e-1ar diaym since the 2 vih '
'tooettT. Tbere im - ta I4e tucre
smriall gvtrk: sown this svaton Itra n
list, but -iot halt onough-yot. f ,thei
-armors wrdild plai.t Ies cutto.n1 and4
Ow more gratin they would,i iihk.
4et a11,ng btitter.. The -land - wouild
,nlprove under such cultivationh.
h bo roa4s -re very bad, but it ha:d
I'y can be helped until it quits rain
ing so much.
Now since the rifircad is almost
certain, I think tho pursple own ny
land on the route should aid s.
anmch is to give'thie right of way,
Eustatoe will, 1. thiirk, do thbt muli
Some qour spublio troads tare or
very bud grado, -and tbould, witi
very slight changes, be made goC
roads. Outr Commirsioners ishoutik
look after this mautter. 'Nothin
add-s more to a county than goot
'T'he United States Murshals havt
been smashing up copper n tit
mountains.lately, tle boys had bet
ter quit matkinig blockm4o. Well, I
don't guess they are to blamo aniq
worse than the good old citizoen
that pat rontize them.
There was at little excitement ii
Few days past, w 1hun it, Was healrid
thatt U manl in) the [eedy Coro- wai
lynched, but whnii it was known
wh0o it wars, and that, it was for be
'ing stidky fingered, no body cried.
Ie was listeied to a tree amd givenl
75 or 1i0 10lhs, tiand told to get
further. One of hi- neighbors sOy
there was'nt at lick a miss, unless
they struck at, h in tnd u!isscd him.
hI'aere is amother report thai t he wa
lyneheri for ueporinag stills. I think
that is aIll fsilhe.
Another of our nmutain boys
goOs Northwest.. HiO was al liest,
hard working young man, tiad we
ieed him hee. Mvre are a k ing
abouit going so44.
Thle pr'opeioaig the foot of the
iuonta s are build-rng a keiiee '*140ng
the base of the moiautan t tenace
theo stock in tikrne'untains. 'The
umountainas are0 of bUt, littLie. sriv ice.
evxcept, for tatagirig stock ont th1 in.
WV. IC. Price hasb boaiught, hrid ont
the Jblue Ridge, nearr the ~&vy of
he At lan.tic anad Frenach to
V ailemy .an Ilroad. 11, is ai d he i.
goinrg to kee'p stock the're duin g
th anlnge sen,;in which is about 7
monthle in the ac ear
Well, some Limon argo a couple of'
boys# got, theLir sttmach-e' ar hite
maixed, tso they wiote the SzeTa~imJ,
abtt ar frog ini their milk, the elevevl
haotmss. satL bejtre thetm. Sitaer at is
thinuk wastt the antter11, farom a gooId
piositiont to kntow, t hey hard, well,
I wr ill calil it a frog ini their throat,
rad they tried to geL, it o ut by turn-at
in heir little tiniger over* thir
thIaumiib. G re's the barlance of what
thety done ntil their eyes wei-o su
diluted they, coul d not to.l a hurisemrt
from a Load. 'I hati's it boys.
Six YMiie Items.
MRJ. IEDIrott: As thbero hias boon a
constidertable period sintco your re~a-t
era have nearad fromi thmis parj, of our
Counaty, I hrave therefore concluded
to let them hear once more. Farm
era taro getting very mumclh bolhinmd
with their work, in consequenee of
so nmuch train. There hias beena a
great, do:al of wheat arid oants so w'n,
anmd still more sowing, which I thrnk
is rery jud~iciouis in our farmers.
'.Tho fatrmorls are0 tapid ly prepa rinag
their pastures, and umost till of thtei
mare well pleased with the chanomgo,
amnd siay it, will prove to be a1 grand
Wev have in full blast, four' schools
in) out townts'aip, t~wo of themntt are to
conitinue aill of the yeatr. They~ att e
conducted by ihe followirng tearchiers:
Mr. J. D). O'Btryarnt, who Is toeob.
ing alt Prater's Ctreek, and is to
teach thr'oughoumt the ye'ar . Prof.
MeW horter is havinag a flourishina
school1 at. Gap Ilill, it numtber's atbout
45 schola rs. Ma'. 13. 8. Boggs is a ise
having an interesting school att Nine
Mile. You see wo are anot behind
other setions of oor Counat~y in the
way of scools.
Mr. WV. N. Payne and brother airt
still doing a livel~y busineoss.
Mesirs. Stewart and O'Brayatnt
tire also replen ishinag their stock.
Mr'. J. W. Hendricks, of Auor,
son Cotunty has moved to our' sec
tion, of w hich liurricaneo tow.nshaip
is justly proud of. He Is a man 01
br'ains amnd enf~lterri anad will be
a greart, help to or township. Una
for'tunate for 0t1' township we have'
two distilleries in full blast, ~hich
of corro is a cuss to us'and all our
1iots Metht~ 'and FarPAw,0
.u i . ...
in Mzarch next.
Introductory t4V0o by Rex. J.
MOiwina:ry sermron 'by R1ev. J 1.
Tio churches of 'tho said Aynion
are requestod to sn'd up dolegat-os.
11. A. 1. G1%BoN, JR., CIek
Scme Naw Geography,
"or what. is the surtfce of the earth com
"O1 corner lots, mighty poor roads, rail
road trucks, base hall.grbuuds, Cricket
ields ard skaing riniks "
-What portion of the globe is water?"
''About. three foneths. Sometimes they
add a little gin and nal-inegto it."
"'Whiat is a town?"
"A lown is a toniiler'ble collection 'of
houises and inlabit ints4, wit i forni- or .five
inen who 'run the party' and lend ntooy
at 15 PAR Cenli. intferest."
"What is a city?"
"A city is an incorporated tow'n, with a
mayor who believes that the whole vorld
liakes when he happenls to fall 'tat on a
"What is commerce?"
"Borry wi ng $5 tor a dny or I wo and dodg
ing t he lender for a year or i wo."
'Name the different races.'
'hlorse race, boat. race, bicycle race, and
racing around to find a man to endorse your
"Into how many classes is mankind di
"Six, being etilight'ened, civilized, hlnf
oiviiized, savage. too nwt.er, not worth a
cent, and Indian agents."
"Whlat tintions ore culled enliglhtened?"
"Thosae which have 'had the 'ni(, wars
and t'he worst !awe, and pro.dLiucel the Nvorst
cr lian ias.''
-W hat is a nliafri'ner -comn sia"
,'A jug holding four gallons."
Acts Pasd by the General AssemblT
at the Regular Session of 1681 82
An net to piish any persoi op
persois who hall sell or dispos.ae 01
:11)y Personial Property on which l 1
mti) ottgu ge of 11y 13u'(11141 i1nay eximt
witI hoUt the wr.V i Coient, of' the
I i It I a(tevd by the Senate aniud
io)swo I epre-eniatives of the
and sit t t.n in G(en(eral Aembl.lt, y and
b.y tIhe au1 Ithity113 of the sann-:
lT .hat f'rom Ztu~d ier the0i passag
a na~il propeir'Ity oni whiebi any' tusort,
ungo'' (.r ''tive hien exi'et, wit hout
th~e "' rit ten ('ou3en1t El 113e moitr1tage
such1 mor0tgage~ 0or 4hen. undo shall tail
to to Ie urh st nrd i.y ih toneLI3
posit, 1'.z theimoutiL of thle zsait debti
wIih t1 Ihe l~ h giourtyo('Com
niion Ph t slor~ ihe eini i nd wi)3ieh
teJEiI3.~0) mrtgag < r lieu eb.itor~ re,
sies, sh b deemed giuia~lty kiof' a
mtimb me. -, atl5n81. eto
theea simi bet~'h imssneJ (' r aiT~i
helied it( nit' mor~ie' thn fil unred1
I c olr, j'r Elt in1( thidh-ireio of' (I
t hie Colo-t:Elsl P vid.V0, Taoi tn he po
-ii ns fu : th hs hl 'h't lil ndo. p ly i
Ae ofEales n0,OO it'11l hemt l kowl,
$dgOrI),O notice th. Jmortlgo te.'
jliXn by 'I' heperso $ o ,OO elOiingc out
Axpprove'd the 17.h diiuty o Decm,
--- . .---..
Owig o t~he 'd ruhtuof o la tm
mEr,113(~i'i and the i enn ,t'quet3 hilure ofv
tli(e veg Ia eit'sar'va itin andi an p
pea _fo neIa ennre
i therilroad; companiIe.em 3ono3(
IependedLI therett byw 'I'he, l diYron
roads in'o wags will f2oUt up over
Wilo Boari ld of Tusetic of ithe~ *3
eide UIat. 3 c'thei floing aodiioa
cstry; Poil toiceno Ecornmy IInd
alshodyot~dor i uponiS?. The chai ',iro.
will befle tteme~n nAn
a euro for coghs and colds
iNeve Fntalis to ite t'r s rey or aed li U airt
Best ItqaI~lh tisd 8ttgiI@0& ( aL8
y ad Aie 'utit~d -utl prloowide for
the prpivtlh ,fr Ulft drf TOiis fur
nished by Ih.e Utaite dt Bovti Cardhuiu to
the army of the dhfe erate Sittes, and of
te Militia of the' tSte in a-tive ser e
during -he war between T'he Conitederte
ud U i d 81ales," approved jatfnary '814
1882, It made the duty of the lidjatl
0. noral of the State to prepare su rods.
in -order to carrY OUL this ocmmendable
atotlon of the General Assembly,- and that
4he result. way be as acenrate as -pussible,
the undersigued requesto that all officers
and soldiers rron South Carolina, of the
Confederature ary, or citisens of -t he State,
who mii be in possession of regimental.
battalion or cornpany rolls, -will conimanuni
cate'willi hii in l'eference thereto. or senet
to him, in Columia, suclrolls as they may
hsve, whibhi 'wll be returne( if desired,
r1rei- being uunade use of.
A. M. BIANIGAULT,
Adj. and Inspeo Genarul State ofS. C.
ft~1b 28 1882 28 '
A LL persons are notilled not to trade fir
a NOTI LYF I-X IlUNvItEa; AN):
FORTY DOLLAI, 'aitd 'bou't the 1 t
of February, 1876, and payaible to T. J.
sUT H E It L.N 1), and purporng to be sign
ed by me, as -itid Note -is a Jorgeiy.
. IAME.8 K. rUTIlERLAND.
nii&Tie Anderson Jntelliyencer will copy
onke (titne and send bill to this office.
teb 23, 188228 1
IWILL mail (Free) the recipe for a sim
pre Vegetable Balm that will remove
Tan, Freckles, Pimples and Blotches, lenv,
ing the ski soft, clear and beautiifil, also
instrict-ions for prodocing a luxuriant
growth of hair oi a bald head or smooth
ftace. Address, inclosing 8. stimp, BEN.
VANDEF & Co., -1 barclay street, N. Y.
S1ilE ndvertiser having been perinanenitly
cured of that dread disease, Consunip.
tion, by a .imple remedy, is alnxiousi to
ma'eke known to his fellow sufferers the
Ille c 0 c re. fTI 11o l ho desi re it, he wil!
!snd a copy of the prescription used, (tree
of cliirgv) with lie direction4 for prcpering
and usiig tle saine, which they will find a
sure Cire for Conghs, Colds. Consuinpition,
AstIna, Bronehit is, &c. Parti-,s wi.hing
the Prescription, will please .address, Rev.
E. A. WILSON, 194 Penn street, Williuns
bmvg, New York.4
AGENTLE.\AN who sulTe.redl for years
~ fro N ervous lDe~I ity, Priemsa ture
vncy andie all the efl.fets of y~outhful inis
Icretion, well for the sake or stiring hiu.
iii: ni i'ty, send i'ree t o alhl w hie n ed it. ilie re
cipe anid dircections for inault i 1h'e iile
r emeely by whmich he n-*a cure. su'txer,-ra
Sishbin g I oi pi'ti! by3 the adveirt iser's expe
r*)iente ca dlo si by wrt tug ini perlees
contenc!, JOhlN II. OGL)EN, 4.2 Cedar
I itevi, New York.
TI' 1' E Exercises of the Schoo! will coni
I. -neC" on M ON Di A Y. tisI h''ebrieury smil
(soine 111euCI schla~titc mos.uls to be di
vided into( Iw I) i sessions&z wVithi the lol
1*o jing r*a .s of' t iein:
l'i-irv lieparz mcint per Sessioni $G 25
liig'hier .\ ius annies per Sess i on 1 2 (It
In con .ecr ion withI thle Sci.ool. Vocal andI
inst ro ine('Irat l .\lu ic will be taught by ain
Ja ccomIJp1i she I t eachlerm.
Good,4 l.a -ud cani he~ had, at reasionabulle
ial es nd conlvenien t ta lie .\carlemy. F"or
fur her i nformisiion apucy to C. L.
I lLLI NGS 'VORTiI. t~'dea lioned 05
'l ruoteeM, or* :o WV. M. \lI'.0CA SL N,
feb 2, i~ 2'0 2m
COUNTY CO.\M.\ll881NEn.'S OFFCE,
PwCKrs C. 11., S. C., Feb. 13. 1882.
E~ will be at Pacu~sville. Picken.' ('.
11. andI Six .\ile Church, TlUEMI)DAY
28th Iinstaii', at 11 o'clock, A. M . for the
purpose of SE LLINO lie COUNTY NCTGUK
FENCE. Will sell at Dacusville All the
Fecnce nd Oates3 East. of the (late at Esq
A iinioy's; at l'ickens C. II. all the Fence
and (Gates from said (Gate to thle Township
In- tl(r T.~ L. hiobertson's. anzd at Six
.\lile, aill the oilber Feunce and Gates belong
ing to the Couniy.
IAIBAN MA ULDI1N,
Colilty Cormm issioners for Pockens Co.
feb 16, 1882 22
Sttie of SoiutIa Carolina
I r O~ . L. DUiANT, Jun1OF. or P11unAfas
IWhereas, WV. A. Lesley, lias madle suit to
me, to grant him Letters of Admninistrhation
of the Estate nad effects of Hardiy Gilstrap,
These aire therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred uind cred
itors of thle said liardy Gilstrap, deceas
ed, t hat the1(y be anmd appenr before me, in
the Cur of Probate, to be held ait Pcens
1. 11., 'oi te 11th daty of Marcha 1882,
after publient ion hereof, at 11 o'clock in
ihe forenoon, t o shsew cause. if any they
have, wvhy thle said adtuinistration should
not be granted.
Given undeltr my hand and seal thisg the
20th day of February A. D., 1882.
CLIN L~. DUILANTI, J.P.P.c.
Seb 213, 188:2 2:1 8
state ot Souath Car'ollina
CotUNTY OF .PICKENS.
IN PRUBA TE COnRRT.
Mary C. Anderson et al Plaintiffs, against
Mrnmiie L. Hfunt et al Defendants.
anAct, of the 'Ieheral Assembly of
this State, and the proceedings had in th~e
above stated case, I will sell to the highest
bidder, during the legal hour. of sale, on
Sualeday in March next, the, foUowing dles
cribmed iL EA L EST A T , situat e in Pickens
County aind State nforenid, on West side
or Saludla river, and containing-BSeventy
five Aeres, tnore or loss; known as the
1Mucklshasn'ey 8hoal Place. This Plaice has
upon it one of ite finest 'water yowers ini
the State, besides some very valuable Rtiver
Bet ton iwta liigh state of cultivation..
Mold s the progforty of A. J. . Anderson,
~ s~p~eu~, jro~oaIng. In ths above
Sh.ove s S4W
Cross Cut Saws~
Lots of other' Goods a&
W. P. McFEaLLT&
PICKE1Ih 0. H., S. C.
-Na'n 6, IS82 16
N EW FIRM!,L
- NEWV GOODA.
NEW PRICES !
WE IlOP'E TO BE Afl.E TO MEI'f
the put ronalge so) libe'rally te'so wed on the~
Old Firm, anmd With, the Ne~w Year we sta:4
out withI the dlet ermnifot'r. to increane out
trade for the -year 188250 per'cent over thai
In order to d'6 hUis ive wrill'Oontjinse to giv'6
oflr tYien~dt lhe very lowest ptLes on ay
tinug they wish to Lny, and by keeping
Welt up willh the denmandes of our trade, anA
.yce~ aihd' tcourtcotts aittenstion we arede
terinied :'6 tvin. Ieenserl we sel1
21 Ynrds l'rintM for.S'.00).
7.-8 shir1ling for' (9 ent.a.
W omen,'s rolka t'hoes at 7.3 cents, and se
on dlown the list.
A good lot of RlDA DY M AIDE CLOT HING,
BlAnk~ ta, imd ot her Winter O.oodis to clo.d
out at cos~ ti1 dcarrialge.
jtn 5, 1882 18
"Hard i--= M i--L-y
R. H. Anderson& Co.
To the~ renders of this we would ak y.d
to paiy strict anioniiii to Our pirIces, ate
ybutIl tinid that. "lIard Timoa"' can b
".\ade Easy." We will cert ainly miake -it I5
your alivantage, to see uts before hauylng et
selinig: and we take pleasure in offering te
our frioud-atnd cu.-tonaLrS Goods at such A4
Cal'co, 8taindard Printts 22 yards tq the 4
$1; ~-8 8lhirin~g. 6.jc. ber yard; Cotten
Plaid, 90o. Uieaching. bine yard widie 7..;/
LTmdies' ilose, Se; HandkereW,~efs. 5.. 6o
$1. 25; Laundrel ShIaI't. 50o. to il 25; Fat a
miner's Ii hikory 8hairtui80o.
We can sm'li .Jeuns cheaper than any store
In Pickenis County, 11 to 5c. per yard,
A large stock linte from 25i. to $8; 4
warranted Brogan Shioe, $1.15; The Laidies'
Polka Shoe, 70Jc; InieI1s' Double Grain u3,tt
ton Shoe, $1.25; Child's Polka Shoe, 456
Always look at our. Boots before yosi tBa'
and we will save you money.
it is rumored that Flour' is on the yllej
now if you want to salve money 'call on ugt"
We hta've just received 100 hnrrelF, ans wi
guarantee to sell it at Gjreenvie prics,-a
Remnem-ber this if you have to buy.
W~e aire also, agents for thes Old Hiekory
Wagon, tile best Wagon soldlin the (8tate.
1 you doubt tihe veracity of thris, we wil
wit. pleaisure refer you to RL. A. Hleser
W. I Chapman ahd J. J.,Wnkelin,
Out trado is brik, cur profits are shost,
aind our prices are tens pting.
R. H. ANDERSON &r CON,~.
ibeaty, S. O.
nov 10, 1881 9 o
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