Newspaper Page Text
Q per -dwnum, for'th
n1aeried at Aie dollar per
er ieeefor the frA insertion
mr eAh eubsequent insertion.
Anade to merchants and otbers
ox monthst or -by the year.
wnd Wributes of - Respect
6WuWudTaee* dollars, in 'ad
s upreme ucessity of retaining the
A Vbv U4it of the State in the hands of
4eemooracy Is recognized by all thinking.
iad patriotic citizens, and when
0tits for action comes Ihey will be fou'd
g their duty in the -c'i'As, at the polls
e any other place ttlat it may becomne
0o""sary for them to work. But the dem
4? e is abroad-be is 'after office--and
kemteot, what the consequences to the
Stut may be so that. lie obtains what
edesires. There is, it must be confessed,
. ais o.our people who do not take
M s~papets and read and *hink for them.
V0" It is thi class that the Rndical
enbaok-Aatd-Si ock- Law- Independent
>leation-party expect :to eat~lh, and by
- #IUig them with the negroes, turn the
Ati4 over again into the hands of the vam
ptes who for eight long years sucked t be
4N blood out of the people. There are a
.0oew white, so-called Democrats, we nre uor
Py toes, ready to sell their birttn right for
a mess of pottage. They have long iyoiglo
pe at the hands of the Denocrat ic i.
ut sot having the necessary qusnlifiint ionm
or merits to recomenised them, nre
1e4dy to rom zey kind of coaliiuion, join
4.g party, or resort to any ieans o accomi
. ;: ibh their desires. They nre nmukir r'
ds- of charges against theDmocr.
'ty with the hope of creating d tientisfac
nIvt our ranks and securing recrvii.i fnm
4r Bobtail" party. They do not, tor
Sthey, produce any facts to s ~tusin tlhi
e~ges. But this makes n) dItICnence to
S A deseplish their purpose.
* . ~ alnady they are holding meetingr in thse
o4~~ rtIon of the State, where the ranks
Dt~1emiocracy are weakest, andit loinosg.
h thtie people against the parly.
lhirextwttack will be in the upper bjeit
Of-eountIes wrhVlle the D~emocracy is strong
-t they will make an attack int every
C aUon where it Is possible to gain st rengt h.
~Ad of guerilla warfare Is to be adopt ed.
?eg will spring all local issues and m~ake
w~i mest they can out of them. They arc
#4itilly sowing seeds of discord. They
bmret andi routed along the whole line.
KWdomplish this a reorganizat ion of the
el~behould be effected at once. hIen this
Idone, we can discuss the issues of the day,
arrangp our plans of battle and close up
-tA tsureks foreacton. The class ot people
whon they expect to dupe can be r'enebied,
bfortl.a of their purposes and enlighzetned
A fl~nf the political Issues before them. This
41%ss of white voters, we are glad t o say, is
sot large, but euiient, if united with the
34dica vote, to overthrow uis at. the pons.
Tag att, as a class. honest and pattriodse
ahd iwill, if properly Informed, vot e solidly
* ftwth. Democratic part y and htoneat gov
Aerasent. They must be reached nod itn
etse through the clubs, but to (10 this
the elubs must first be reorganized. Ans
other lInportant work for our ciubs, and
qne that demands our prompt attention, is
tosee that .very Democratic voter in the
Countyles registered. A lar-go cotnuninee
on registration should be appoinited b~y
eypry-.ob, whose duty it should be ,o see
that ery Democratic unter is properly
toglstered. In .view of the imnportance of
this question, we respect fully suiggest thmat
the County Executive Conmmit,toc of thme
party, mieet at-an early day and take sueb
cetion, as Jis their judgmnent will best subl
sre the interest of the party.
Congressman Aiken made a very effee.
11?e speech in the House of Representatives
a the 9th instant, against the protective
policy of our government. Wo (10 not feel
that we could do justice to the distinguished
eker by giving a synopsis of thme speech,
on ill, therefore, publish the portion of
- o6h96 beers directly upon this imuportant.
abest. In our next issue.
Yb. great floods of the West are still
tgmg and carrying destruction to manny
~. ho~sd people. The overflow of the
'M~s4euI~ i river and its tributaries has not
~~ and the gover-nment is urged to
~tendin relief, or thousands of peo.
4tleh for the necessaries of life.
dall the Washington correspon,
~ o Augusta Chronicle and Consti,
tin one of his letters to that jour,
$"Wbld It not be strange of Peun
.uk -wheel into the Demnocradic
La wtheels out? and, by t he
*that; Republienius at the
Il thevaselves 'Jeffersonians'
NiJewooracy, while Southern
eloaintinog to be of that ilk,
-abet ting the men, who, ac,
~rest anid the truth of
Ita cief prise in tihe
#4ea~trs are evi..
so' 4 mains Is taken
4I~1~9t t hf1er.~
*~~h *~ ~pphuted
too, Y inr141.
0VJ9 0ouis eitllbr -at thA ut
AesMsy or in New York, and on Ito 's
ofencies' at tk etate treasury. *.* The
p*esent'overument seeir to be in earnrt
in their ittentlon to keep faith with the
rublicioreditors4 The taxes are honestly 1
levied aud carefully collected. ' The rove
nue is kept at a point, where all odinis can
be undoubtedly met, and the affairs of the
1t ate arekoconomioally administered."
The highest and ninat valujeblb testimony
to the virtue and Integrity of Demooratio
rule is thqt, which is given by this, (the
great. banking houses of the cotuntry, and
At, Its everywhere an admitted fact that at -1e
period in the history of the State Govern
ned have her affairs been inore honestly
and intel'igently adininistered than at the
present time. The taxes-m lo^ the obli
gations of the State are promptly met at
maturity and the treasury is nder out of
funds. The'.greatest, seenrity of the per.
motneney if Democratic rule rests in the
-^1Ct 1hA hie honor of the 'State and the
y of her people dpeind in 'the lar
goqi degree upon her ability to meet her
obl'gailons at mat-urity.
Mr. J. C. Campbell, of ianipton County,
was thrown from his buggy aid instantly
killed, by the breaking of his neck, on the
10th instant. lie was returning to his
home from Hnmpton C. H., where he had
just been neriitted on the elwtge*of as
saul and battery with intent to kill.
Penly ll-ITaison, a colo'ed sdroeh tench
er of Andersou County, wais convicted, at
Anderson court last. week, of forgery in two
cases, and was sentence I to thle Peuitetita
ty for a term of two years for eaich offense.
lie forged the signpature of the school Comi,
missioner and two of the sehool 'Dstrict
trustees to a teacier' p'y certificite on
two dlifferent oc!arvioI1s, atid sohl them to
partics in Andeison alt a disconiit. onl d eti
I n. value.
W ur. ag.aiusIden, Butler.
WrA.t SrIs, VA , AMarch 8:--A few
I loon. bis nigo a lu1irty of nthe14 rn111 enpitailisrs,
*'in)Wtr wii'm Gen. liciij:iiiinii F. iler
W'Is cotispl; (no is, purchaseid at tract of' ilp
wards of :6.(000 aicres of nmini--ral aid tim
bier inn1lds runn11inlg 11hrg troml Millh counl
e v. il this St le to Po4icalliontas county, West
A IginiiL. Much or this litkd is reckoled
.tie nos t valnale propety ot' its class
nai b of Masoni antd Dixon's line, atnd i8
[I' lneraIllly uinder' stooda' to havi~e been put lhas
e'i t or spcuiiv e purtposes. Gei. PButleri,
wvhoi aicted as pureclnloing agenit for the syn-i..
dIicaiie, got, the Inda for little (or noathiing,
t he pr'ice paidt. in nto ense exceedintg $5 Ie
nrace, aitil in iou ny in Itaces fam11ing nu lowi
as wo dhollaris. Thiae title to th landI tra's is
*for an iit'liiite pe'riod! by ai cla of 0 igno 4.
-anlt, shiifile's trupieper's and lumbermentci who
sess8ioni hias e',veni thiemi a vathilit ile in th!e
hinds. Naturalt.!ly, t hierefore, thle pros'pecMt
of beinog ousted tby noithferni loielisers has~
Ifiuied the wi.iiithI ailarmi andt' anger, and4 ,er'
snadled thlenm to r)1esist all et~or'ts atl eject,
hei a. par1 to nuvyr t work on his
ne pchse, whichi is local ly konas
the4. W ilsoni trtiit, theit object of' the survey
beinag to sahu divide the tettritoary and openl
t to s4e1llet's. Thea r'esieliis on the tiract
have rC epernilly'413 warnedC~ Ihe surlvey'3ors to1
abatn doni thir wori 'tk or thei y wvoathti get thlemna
Iselves(' in)to t roul e; hiat tohi louer pa id no
a4lentitol to tlife hthints a114d Welit, 0on with
t he asur 1vey.
T1b :he a ititnts of(i thIis4 region :nt 'e a ree
of' i111 ha1rdyttt iiiner w''V'ho Pegard any111 ira.
novn'ioat uponi thir it trad1itional etoms as11 i
Otn inIvaisionl to be depre'4cated iandlit defetted
in' 'alt hiazards. They3 live ont "iaag antd
haemrniny"' of tb'ei r own isin81g, di-in1k sod.
'- whliCkey praiducedl in the prtimtitive
atd's of' the mtoonshinier', thius getting the
d'oi-'at de(w" inl its naltive puril3y, and14
al e "en'l t to fit every3 daiy in lihe uMek tot'
' .e~v conceive to bie thieir' rights nad
. -'.es. Ont Sai irdaiy Bhtther's survey'
0' ", Iee.Capel, Stronaig aneil~z ianett,
a. mtil tap ini the vicinaily of1 liille's AMitt,
II '1d twia ~p-o p(epartions111 tor itnakinug a siur
ie~y of tam lanuds in1 lt ne 141 ihborthood. T1hie(
..w < * beti invalsiont sprend' thIirough te i
e'. - n-'4ohy, and~ ini a lin i hiile the(y were '
81. - -ied hay a ho rge crowd of men ami1(
bo8 who prouceeded to give t hemi a geitle
',Ne'v*on hintt iheir' pr(eence wa'is not alto
eo hert accepitable ini t init bh 11. Soume one
a.: .he ci ow~d fih-ed a gunt th I le intruders,'. i
and4 in) a few iinei th1 '81le dhispit e de4.velope4
- oia genera'lil en!gangement CIIwhich b~ecame so C
eia o ot) hie sur1veyor01s, t hant they beat a
d ' c.' derly 'e'trentt toI the tills. 'alore than
1 Vt .-d' os were fired at thle irnviaders, thlouigh
ii Is bheve nion1 ute of t hemii totok efftct.l Du
ring ahld flight the bullets whaist lead abont
so.415 une'oisly t hiat one of thle mten t iedl hi s
whI.ite hiandkerebhiief ont a stick aind wiaved it.
inoe of sienrender. The4. pursuerc1s, how-t
ever. were not, dii posed( to give anty quar11 5
4.'', no~d dIov th~ le -diseomitjitted surveyors u
nae' os lie nmouttatins. Th'le inhaboitnts say3
-ha.1 Ith neX pat'ty oif Hutl er's mien whIo e.'
rt ius r'egiona to talke thir il' ands will be
* catled b> a bathI of' tr and br'iimst one.
lumb'ia fu ot' the triinig of Presby)te.
and will resume 110opera'tionsi' the 4th
of ne(xt Septtembe'r. The1 toenhtiy is
ats folh4ws: .Itov. Geor'ge Ihowe, I)
D) B'ilienl Lieau , cv. Chas. R~
I1'omp1)1hl, assistanlt proowo of Hib1
licali Literature;'ta lIe(v. W. E. oggs,J
D- D., C t'hnr Ib hia.ory , anad Churt tchI
g~overnmt enlt; le'v. J. L. Giraridoan,
gy'; I.cv. Jaus. WXoodIrow, r'elat ion of'
scienct1o an d rvcI laitionl. Untder teo
aigey3 of J. B. Mlack, 1). 1)., the enmt
do wtmnt has bte in intcr'easted fromo e
$65,000 to *150,000 and1( they expect (
50oon to raist, it to $200,000. The r
fud for' the aid of stud.e'lit ha ts beeni
imncreasedi~ to *22,000 and the Smnyti
l tirary und 1t0 66),500. Thei1 outLoo'
ofthe )institutiont is v'ery fluto.
~Dead meni ate alhlowed to vote In E
Phtilaphia. This would be) a good C
place for the Radical-Gr'oonback-.
crIatic"oaiIon par'ty of' this State.
'The R1ev. Thaddeus Salters, the
irt color'ed mn over admitted to
beQp~ O&itry of 8th Pro imtea
y0 Ohech9 *in outhI Caoln , e
' a* dayaf dmnmd PiLa.aLL' ,,a
hrWHOu 0 0,nju'iy b(.oig tot
lal kitilizuw's in, this St-kuo Jili' Lht,%
(lW ill (GUe01-gizi. T1he0 'hiv ill both'
ititoo 6s (ier3it e~d to culitti, tho
ilk Itiol (1 t'Liliut~'i's, t0 prsut% cL tho tltw'
110-1' I'h 'htiiig itlillosed( upon by
iuler Iti' !111to 461i-se 'll'vVCIIUt. So tall
Aio6 -it **imifilziity V'OLweim tLho
w1ov1 1101iti of* tile lltw in ll 01%W 0
States, but. there are' ditffeteicem ill
Milj whIitil1 will flot bo litlintel%
'satinlg to 'tli 3)111)110. "''i 'Iltw in)
(oori'gj, tt-A I all) informed by it gu
11)0 Zigeni.,-diatinouty stutel that nto
If) 1111111lia tod gmno' shil be sold1
LUmt contazins levs4 tlittti two 41W' cetie
Auinii i a-mo1)01 I iLI(ligli I pea' cell of
11 v33.laZIuk l1rophiMIot'ic 11(1(. 11 It, do
not, UchiIainiI I two 'I percent of nilImo)
phlosphoI'iu aicid, it, is (201iNjCHad oil
raitlew' tat ken ltin tile narket.
lIIt SoU L11 Carolin 103 i law i equires
thiat, till gtruI)niti l nitiL colne 111)
L() (t 111i313'sis a1$ Ibi'&II(Jd on euch
antd oereiy 831('t 01'Oier pa1ckafgo ill
'Al'hi (lih fei'etilijzcs may 4)e ''ffeed
for milof bc 3- t-te ncI ol' ta 1it1achit.d
to the 811 ilL. The law~ does not piro
11eili be ti.le pecent Igo of niq itigr'ed i'
cit Cli l'inwg Inlto thlie m 'Ol j)iMs ionl
(A' tlho Lrt ili zer'i' offereid lot' sal-k. It
si n ly req i I u. (lii L A'Cy bag, buar
retl or' otLie jmekager Of toril Iizel's 01'
Coll) morcittl li:iili )iztl1re sh lihve
tiit'r'oi it lttl)el m-' lt~anip tw'ily3 set
Lhug 1oil It the 1tzlliv, lo)cation1 1111(
ittle to-ark of t il e m 41111fitln icr, the
!liii lt (.( Iliglosil iol (It I o (Olite'its
di thle p)31'k3Ig t mid tho percen ti go)
Atcu'tin inari g kCJi Cwi. Any- lilt41lut
)fl"I' 11)1' Hl ill Uiii.~sstatea Icri'ilizt'r
-ol it 1. I-ig- o1nly I perl evilt ofIt11)11110=
Ii1i1 f1 od 6(il 'Ctilt (Of 3Vf-ll1i- hh'.po
dho ic IC 1(1(. It is ('111 i)C"d Ibhat the
3Wil it, iS Sklto 0('08fl 010 [111uiiket,
%)14 V "! rmili "ii4'0H 31 uid I hat. (li10 lit %V
It (4,cot''ri p\'Ovuuits te tiale of, ally3
rl)Udm %% hIch (10 111)1 comfe upto tho
tandIid cd aittI estaCM bi islit. by3 Cio
i ta L . Ill other words, thu l111W ill
0 gfn trh*fit# 04.44 5
IhV14ioners. Coutnty BSonI
(onerb and Cout'y Treas
b7*#4 refrOice to tto seuditiug,
wanl pnynent I Rlm,
- *ki)4~quireu atn tal top ts, of
a 4ll "s, adited, 'allowed aliid
t1d by thwm to 60o made to t.he
Court of Genet'rail StioQln4.
Be it' enacted by the Sontto and
leouse of --preentttiv of th State
of 6utith Carolinli, 'now mot -nd
sitting -in Gomueiral Assembly, and by
the authorc1ity of the same:
SectCon 1. That the County Com..
mismioiers of the several counties (if
1aid Wtiato sAtull keep in their sevei'al
Oflices a "filo book," in - which all
uiimrs iesented for their comide,
ratiol shadl be 'tiled by their clerk,
desigmitng tho dato filed, 'by whom
looelted, and to whom iqaid claim
belo)gti, and the chtaracter and
aimint of maid ctiitmt. The .said
clot k shalil n'hso ri imbet' said -c1a ims
in the or'der inl which they are Cled,
audited and allowed, from .innber
See. 2. Tho County Commission
ers shall draw their checks upon the
County Treasurers of their respec
tivo colnties, in) paytmlnlt ot said
cli ns, out of any fiuids in tho treal
sriry appliclble to the piyitL
ltereof. Provided, that 1no Such
checks shall be draw by the Coulnty
Comm iissiollers until they shiall iivo
boeun formally niotified by 'the (Coun
Ly Ti-easurer that tiere u'er swfitiient
lunds i the County TIreatsury ap
plicablo to the payme-nt of much
Sec. 3. That County Cornmis,
ionlers an(d Countiy School commis
sioners shall mukto an annual report,
of all cltims filed, audited amid ad
lowed umi ordered paid by them
during each fiscal year, to the pro.
Si(11mig Judge at the fitr4t, term of the
CourL of Ge11eral Sesisims for eaci,
county which hall. be held after the
first, day of. Janiary in alIch yt
wi huh report, hIall be si) bi t ed by
said Judge to the Grand J11i1V For
their examination, t'ith the [issis
Li.ce, it nvecs-yI)', of some compo
LetiL person to be appointed by the
prei m 11(iJg(, at a Com)pensati n
Al live dolhlas p nr di 10r e1ch day
50 e ngagedi provided, that no pa'y
all hIe reeived under thQi'I) SectLion'
lor' mu.te ithi..ur days. A Iter ex..
Iitruntioni the Grand Jury3 shall re
pr)t thtereon to the jinembtlinig J til.e
tny mutter growitig out of, or per,
ttitiiing to)., said atnalt repor't, which
to1.behn amy seem cci woirthy3 of thle
atieintihn (it the Couti 'The tIaal
et'por t saltheeut'i poni be tiled by
theL (.lerk of M-Tii Lurmt, :111( hep'lt asM
p'apers oft Maid.. court.1)1 1o inspetijon
by any citazemi dei rous of exaii m
lag ta heMatme.
dec 4. 1The Itiuntty Treasutti'rr of
the seveti:I vouleics ofi said State
shiall not1 pay' 311y claims against
tii hen- repe i ve cou t es '~i upon oridr
oh Ceinmay C'onu nissionerts,eUxceptl as
hierei beforo proviidud liar, amnd thh-y
shalal miakle ant annatal repot. to the
pre.,'idfi 'g JuLige, atI the~ firt term of'
[lhe Cotti t of (3eueral~ Sc~a'ions in
their respe'ctiv'e coniesic whieb shall
be hteld after thle first day ini j ,..
'nary ini earh your, oft the nunii,ber.
ChIt in tel-i u l liOtihai, of -uid c:;mj mui'
Paill bi) theln ('il(I olir~S ot ('(nnig
,omntnsiotIers a .d t'otnty .bhioo
Coiin issie.ners, aid t Luwho101 p-id;]
whIic m rteiui t sh all be ulbmitte'.i hv
sid Jutdgo to the gralnd jtury t~ir
their exam milationi, amunt shall be fuied
by the Clerk of said( Cou rt aod kept
in his offiee for putblic inaspe(ction.
Sec. 5. Thatt iI altecr exa minat ion
1)f said reportis of CJountiy Comm nis
ililners8 and1 Tr'easurors,8 the gr'and
minry shltI tinmd any discrepaincies be'.
Lwooa the relpor'ts, or' aniy im regut
bar11iis Lhereini, or' any em bezzle,~
mnentIs of or' ext raivaganicio-s ini the
e~xpendtitLur ol'C(t ) pblie fun ds, they
shai Ill peset the stamle to that said(
I our tt, an11( 'joder abhall bo takeni
thiereoni as shall1 meetI the ende of
S,ec. 6. That said l'repors of CXoun
Ly ConunIIissioner S, 1.t nty iSchool
UJommnnissioner's, anid 'Trempurem'rs slallI
be published atI leuast, two weeks be.
lore the sit ting of said Cour t lny said
)ttlera or their Meverall cler'ks in
some11 newspaper' published ini said
Sec. 7. Tfhat 'theo C'ounty Com,.
m iss4ioners (of thbe sever'ah cout ius oi
matid Stuate shall, on or before the
L15th day of' Novembohr of each year',
mak a' rport. to the Comnptrollet'
donmeral ot the tilumboer, char'acter',
iund tonounit of claims audited, ath
owed, and ordered to be paid by
,tem for the tIscatl yeari endiJng oni
.ho 31st of Octod~li precding s:.ii
lfth day of Nov'emnber, to be by
iim submitted to the General As.
ombhiy totr thiir inoformaztioni in his
onnualI report, and all clai ms zagainist
Iti liuny not, pt'esentd duing the
Iscal y'ear in which they are' con,
-racted or Ihbe unext ther'oiter shall
do forever bamrr'ed. T1htey eshall also
ma.ko out ini said report, ant estimate
>d the amnount of money which it,
w'ill bo-nec u)to raise by taxa
nintheir siever'al conisfor
:ounty purlposoS for' the cuirrenit fis
mli year, which "hall ailso be tm
>odied ini the Compttoller Geaner'am1
hiiual rort, to the General As
Sec. 8. That any violations of the
(itegoinig Sectionis by the County
omisoerCut a'chool Com,.
nisstinera, amid Coumnty Tron'ouierotrs,
hutll Le deemed at miidefomior', and
ypon convictioni thiereof in. the Court
>l (Genei-al Sessiors, the party so
>ffuninig shall be sentenicod by tho
residing .iudge bezore whoms oon~.
ieted to pav a. fine al not tm.. i
A pproved theh
A. D. 1882.
An Act to enable paraful
-Cop woSeized unfler theo'1O
vimior of tie variona A etaH tilt
General Asombly, known nit ii
"Iion Laws," .o recovor pAsed
sion of the mine f pon eitering
into bon(d if ecordaico with the
pr-ovisions of law now of' force in
t'ogartd to tclions for the C1aim1
and dliv v *if' v personal property.
Be it. enict-ed by the Semito and
HoCuse80 ot Repl-osen-taitives of' the
Stat of South Unrollni, now iet
anta sitling in Geieral Asebcilyht,
atid by the authirity of' the Rame:
That from and after the pasatgo of
this Act. any- person whoso crop o1
-crops, Withother the sine be severo'd
from the froeeho'Id or not, mav he
heized under ti provi---ion of :anlv
or all of the Acts of the Gieral
Amsembly know n na the "Lien Lam w.
tahall have tlho rig"ht, iipon entering
into bond in lci'ordaneo with IhI(
provisiois of hnW now of force ir
regard to autions for ciin anid do,
livery of per-sonal property, to re
oover iinmediato possession of' iOI
crop or crops Mo seized: Provided
Th at nothiig heroin ciniied sihal
ho o eonstrned as to effect any o
the provisions of' Sai lien la1%v if
caNes whero no bond is giveit a
Approved 9dh February, 188,
An Act to prescribo tho mode of as
cortaining the iyei vi'r at1toindhzunc,
on tho Free Public Scli(is of t hi:
State, alnd to n pportion 1he Seloo
f'ind according to sn<n t teiditlac
Bc it er!ated by the SenitO mf
Hlouse of' RIpreeiltatives4 of thi
Stato of South Carolina, now Me
and sit ting in (ener:il Asembly
and by Ihe nithority of'the saine:'
Shc. 1. That the Hchiool mnoifl
shall conisi-t o't twen1ty schoo1<3-s
and Ot. this nimbei- shallh tie aie
asth tiiinit, of'compItation il esti
minili the aver'age zi iatince ci
eaich puipil in the free puiblic schoolb
of LiS State.
Sec. 2. That f'or th -I.> -
18S2. I3 andl for eachi M<-h.-o 'c-en
itheja-entter, eacih co.~rltun t 'inil -iin.
fit Ilie sheicol flittil totintg t t- se',*r.
al st-i''ol do it l.' insi couty in
lro, rtirl to) the tive'alge :i t11<].
aniie upon I he ft '0 e p)blic shio,l...; bo
the last pre..te~iing yed~ ast a~certuaim
ed hvy ectio I i Iot isi A\'-t.
See. 3. Th'ait the' S .j sapen t-n
teiitut (of edineition is hichylu ti.
thoriz.-d aniid reqired to pr'ee -iIl>
such regit ions as nma he' ior-es>.:u
iy to)Ci olorce the prov~4liOns.. of th.i
A ppr we(el t hec 20th d-ay Wt. Decem
4It Thirtg Dlays' Trial
We will sen-l Dr. Dye'. Celceat ed Elee
tro Volta:ic Ile and) i otier I'lteIrtic A ppl
aniees 'in trial for abir y 'lay-; to youiiii m .
andI oldter personsl who~ are:.!i. el ~
Neros ID -bji y, I.a'i V :di.. .:e . .
antceinug spee&. y re:i al~ comi~plete :nor
:ttian of vigZor amii mant~,,. 1. .tio frc
and Kid iney di ffientl ts, lu i piire., ni.*
many oilier dii 'thses-. it hirrd rat hht .l
Sstit'e 49the4 n os tt iiuftapr4 i, I~I r :- rsie
Dreu g A~i irea rt. i t s cILeanie mii h~h:Lj.',?i.... .4'
Never Fails to Itetoro (GreyrFdel
to the jouthfid Lviuilor i6cts.a i1ti Ir i z-itdr" .
powteas o ae tui heD Greatest, lt I' i ur&th i
Dest Heallth and Strcregth tiestorer Eve3r t-.ed.
It cuires DvseCpsia, R-henma,:tism,, Fleeple~-unes..
nill disenses of the -tomach~t, liowevl-, Iuns Live ~~-'r,
Xidneys, nnd all Female. C.oaints.jo
Ifonre was:titng awey wi:h, tou.nsupn cer
any disease tIse the TIore t -d.uiy. IL t wi to m~
he I j you. e nmmber i it is famr superior t . Iit e r 1
FEssences of Gineer and other Tonhics, .is it bii I
itp thec system v. i ont into~xica-tinig. 5. e.~n r
sizes, at all dealers m: drugs. N oac genui-t withaut
signaiturcof lir t:ox & Co., N '. Se.dithcir ular
LARLGE AVING IN JIUYING T::'E~ DolAR SI/E,
B) ' order of Olin L. Durant. Jiulge ol
I.Pobaile for I'ickenis Countuiy, I will S4.11
to thle hi ghes51thiidder fori cas, all1 thle P LIt.
SON A l l'RO)PERTYI' of Ibuardy I]itrapuaj, do
consed, egnsi-rong of4:
ONE LOT OF COTTON,
One lot, or (oaei, Bacon,
Household nnd14 Kirchen Fnrhiture,
Anad vari ions othier inags to(o I edi on to
mlent ion, at th le reit leni~Ltce oft hie -aid
deceased, on- SA TUlDA Y,, the 26th, dlny ot
WV. A. tESLE~Y, Adm'r.
march 164 1882 2
~~ Y order of Olin L. Durant, .Judgve of
L. Probate for Pickene&'Couiniy, I will pil
at Publio Ouittry, on S.aleday in A prIl, 188-,
t. Pickens C. Ii., all the NOTES ANT) ACE
COUNTS belonging to the Estate of Bright
Gilsirap, Sr,, deceased, appraised doutfuzl
and worthles. /
J. A. OZLSTRAP, Adm'r.
march 16, 1882 26 8
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
.Notice is hereby given, thxa& *# will ftp.
ply 10 -0. La Durant, Proba', $Judae for
P'lekehe Countv. on PMtam th ve e
QXEE~VILLE .- .C4'
W E WILL DSIrVER STONO IN 10
TON LOTS at Easloy, for 400 lbs.
Middling Cotton for 1 Ton of Fertilizer.
We will soll: slugle Ion aL tore in
Greenville at. the jare ratte rities wil
st'vo money to callo 0 US. tespoobfully,
FEROUSON & MILLEt.
march 9. 1882 26 4
Notice to Debtors & Criditors
A LL persons having dpmafnds .imnst
the eate of JA.NMES MOADAMS, de
lceased, will present them to flie under8ign..
ed legally attested, within thirt.y dn -from
ti1*is dale. Those indebted to pnid estate
w$'U CAieasbe come forwar( and make pay..
melit, .1. J. LEWIS. c.c.P. Adtn'r.
mar 9, 1882 25 8
11i E a ndvertiser havinf: been permanently
cured of t hat dread disea, Consu:np
tion. by a simple remedy, is anxious to
ImIke k nown to his fellow sittiliet's the
neains o. cure. To nll who desire it, lie wil.
wen of the"pre;4Cription used, (free
of clarge) A t.e direct ions for prcpering
and using the same, which they will find a
sureu'tire for ('oighs, Colds, Consumption,
Astliita, Bronchitis, &c. Parties wishing
the Prescription, will please address. Rev.
F'. A. WILSON, 194 Penmn street, Willians,.
burg, New York.
Errors of Youthi
A GENT1'LENIAN who siffered for years
IA from Nervoeus Debility, Prenature
Dety, and all the effeits of youthful indis,
crtein, wil for the sake of sti'fring ltu,
tunityity, seud free to all who need it. the re
cipe and directions for iiking the simliplo
retiedly by which lie was cured. Stifferers
vishinllg to profit bly the advertise r's expe
Iielice can (do so by addie!sing in perfec
confidetnce, JOHlN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar
siret, New Yor-k.
f eb 23, 1882 23 ly
. leVg.et ;le. Ikhbu thait will rem~fove
l'ani, IFrecklers. 1'im~ple's ti~ B 3lotch les, le.iv,
ing the skini soft, cleart antd hteautifuil, also
intse ruicltis for' produtcing a lu xuriant)1
growl h ot lmatir ot abl hai leati or sirnooth
ac.Ae'lre ss, intlOs~l g 3e. stan'e ). P ilN.
Y.A\N l)EF s C'O., 12 ltire':iy stree I, N. Y.
CUN'Y (F PIcKimNs.
IN COT.tT OF" COMMON PL E \S
J. .~ Gri tiit, Adoi'r', vs. Ann Keitht et al.
PY r t ie of a Ueereta Oi (rder made in
) u J theve ntl ense uon t he 7th! .June.
,02.::0 I w~1;~i .sl 'iekens, Coutrt ilotise.
un .s l h>.y in .1peii itexI, dt:r'ing the le~gai
:tmi: .ert of th:e lie- I F'ate of Sti1beh 1)
Ke..1 ,er en ed, conits ingl of iihree P:arcel
or (o s o! Laud i tutiinig nih'-r iting off
Onet Tract (containting It00-d) \cmes, more
Se n .\d'u;;s4 'reek. attjtoining lands o~f
\M .tbew Ilenr~iicks, Rebecca K<.itli anid
One IiTrtet contanting 14 1 1(0 Acres, more
or Il.:-S, Ott ( olenoy' iiver, aIjo in ing ansds
of .J. K. Sutherctl.ind and1( Sanrzuel Edents.
I A LSO.
That LM.~ of Land kniownt as te TABLE
IiiK UlT l1b PL1. \C E, conttajtiing'' Tree
Aeres, lmre orC ~ leSs, witheeon thle Ii tel nowY
Istdttos-r it- saidl ltoe conitains
toonas, and ott lie Lot. thliere arie good anmd
coltven ienut StabIles and 4 other' out build intgs.
TE. Il-I :N( tae-hlf t caisih, the baitance otn
ai creedit of t welve nthiitIs; eredit port ion to
be seentredl by a bontd of the putrchatser atnd
inortig:;ge otf thle premises. Puruchaters to
pay extra for paipers.
.J. J. L.EWIS, c.c.r.
matrch 9, 1882 254
STATE 01" SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
13 "'''su""ry exections to me
dircte Ihave levied tlupati, and( wvili
sell to thte hightest bider for caosht, dliring
tiht legatl ihorts of saleo on thei fi rst. Monitday
in ^1 ribl I8%, before the Court House
door1 oft I Pickens Cooty ,
All that Tfract of' Li nd, lyinig and being
im the Countty of ickents, in the Statte of
Souit Car tol in a, otn iig Ctrow I reek, wtters
of lKeowce li( ver, ndojo itning Iluds tof Thioiints
Newton, J . N. .\lrphree and14 thers, con
I Iin itng Otne I undred anid Eight ty-six Acres,
ttnore or iles.
Leviedl o'1 a5 Ithe property of T. Milton
nlexanuder. Whaiterver interest thertbin is
sub ijet.t to saile for thle debts oft said Miltoti
A lexantdetr, will lie sold, at Ithe sitiu. of Susani
E A lexantder andt4 Aurora T1. Alexander.
i'laiitit~s, against T1. Milton Alexander,
Adin ist rator and Saraht A. A lexatnder,
Ad mintist rottrix of ..he estate of F'ountain
Alexanider, deceased1, Defenidants.
All the Interest, lIight. attd Title of Dudly
WVigintgt on, in that. Tract of Lantd, Ott
whIiichl) he Ow liVes, situnate iltd being in
he St ate and Countty aforesaid. adjoinitig
hi nds of .J tun P. c raig, I'Thomas Craig,
(George Ilatret L, and( Others, Oontainiing Two
li iudored Acres, mtore or less; levied on as
the property of' the said Dudley Wigington,
at. the suit of Robert F". Morgan.
All of that Traot of Land, whereon Frani
Gibson niow lives, situata and being Ia the
State andi County aforesad, near Nix Mile
Mount sun, adjoining landsot John 11. 'redlg,
Danilel- Mill. atid others, cone aining One,
H undred guid pighty -AOrES, sntare or less.
MAf hZ 4 ndo wih o
AU of no~~ O~e siuda and beingt Jo
1ied sltdette41 ad biin'
seetsf ra49 and
Cross Cut Saws1
LOts of other Goods at
TV. T, McFALL'S
PICKENS 0. H, S. 0.
jan 5, 1S82 16
WE HOPE TO BE ABI.E TO MAFRT
the patronage so liberally bestowed on the
Old Film, und with the New Year we start,
out with the determinatior. to increase our
trade for the year 188250 per cent over 'hat,
In order tn o hLis we will ceint inue to give
our friends the very lowest prices on any,
thing they wis'h to ..uy, and by keeping
Wlel1 up with the demnands of our trade, and
by pol iiie and colurt ous attcenation we are de
teriiacd to win. R~emembger we sell
21 Yord., Prints f~ar $1.00.
Wowren's P'oika Shuts at 7~> centis, aind aid
on do wn t he ikt.
A good hmi of RE.\DY M.\DE CLOTlt*~
Blankets, and other Winter hoods to el.ed
out at cost and cai-ringe.
Lilberaty, S. Os
R. H. Anderson& Co1
To the readers of this we wotild Rhk you
o paiy strict at teaa;ion to our prices, a-:d
youwill tind that "llard Imaesh 'cai bd
".\1aideEaisy. " 'We will cert ainty muake it i
your advantage to see us. before buying er
selling; and we Dake pleasure in ofering td.
ur friend.-and custonao rs Ugods att Blichu a
reduced price. -
Calico, Stanudard Printp1 22 .tards to .the
Sl; ~-8 Shirirg. 6jo. per yard; Cotton
Plaid, 9o. Bienching, one yard wido, Te.;
L-adies' ilose, 5o.; Ilandkerchiefs. 5O.- Io
5l. 25;; Lauandrel shift. 60c. to 4ul 26; ?ata
ner's flickory Shirtis,30c.
We canl sell .Jeans cheape~r than any storo
n Pickens County, 11 to 64g. per yard.
A lairge Stock isnts fr'om 250. to $8; a
warranted Brogan Shoe, $1.15; The Ladieud
LPolka Shoe, 70c; Ladcit's' Double Grain Ilut a
on Shoe, $1.2f6; Child'e P'olkai Shoe, 45c*
Always look at our Boots before you buy,
and we will save you mnoney~
It is rumored that Flour iS on the rifel
iow if you want to save maoney 'call on US"
Ve have ju1st received 100 barrels, and will -
unrantee to sell it at aGreenville prices.
Lteienm'ber this lf you have to buy.
We are also, agents for the Old hllicord
Vagon, the best Wagon sold in the graito.
you doubt the veracity of this, We will
vii pleaseure refer you to it. A. Ilester,
V. I Chapman aind J. J. Wakelin,
Onr trade is brisk, our profits are shot t,
and our prices are teu ptiung.
RI. U1. ANDERSON & CO.,
nov 10, 1881 9 6m
The Old RieliabIe!
ONE OF)E TIlE
iN THlE 80UTH.
R'o Sensationalistatlq'o nioniy
BIJBSORIWV x'* z
1Chronlel and Consetiinoalis
is&oldest newspaper in the -god t$
ri~d perhaps the oldest in the Unatit 4Mt ,
laaving boen established hi I M5 ,wiI
thoroughly Demnooratlo in priniple, it Id
liberal, progressive and toferant te
D'anowact~a contains the latest news tromt
all part of the world, and Is reonsg as *
i Aret olass paper.
As an adlvertising mieditum, i6 eoegd
ount~ry in~ Georgia and South Qat~tipin'Ji.
butary to Angusta *
We enideavor to eozlud. *etlioaflnw