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80 per HnuM, for siz
etM etrictly is advec.
UeAt tnerted *I one dollar per
We isk or iessfor the firat insertion
veines for seeh subeesWnt insertion.
ieovount mads to merchants and others
o aSnx months or by the year.
Notices and Tributes of Rcepect
uaeing Candidates Aee doUare, in ad
The Extra Session.
te q1estIO of ai extra se-slon of the
AegsipIue, for the purpose of re-district,
i4 to State,: is being pretty thoroughly
* j giusid by the press of the State. The
s!t.~ee te NewVe, Keoteee Courier, - Laureus
14 iqreald, Abbeville Press and Banner, So
da Argue, Carollua Spartan, and several
mer Journals are with the SENTINEL in op
Vkpulion to the. extra session. We do not
oppose the extra session wholly upon the
jrounis of economy, but there are certain
'rolItial and const.itutional reasons which
control us In our opposition. The political
advantages that the advocntes of an extra
session claim wonld be gained by redis
trioting the State, would be more than
counter balanced by the bad political effect
an extra session would have upon our reo,
ple. It is hliy possible to prevent ,the
ogitation of the stock law, Registration law
nod other measures upon which our people
are greatly divided, by the Legislature, it
contened in extra session. Petitions from
the people who are opposed to these meas
iires would be forwarded. Members anax
ions to satisfy their constituents and se
eare their own re-election would present
tI e petitions and endeavor to secure such
Itigislation as might satisfy their disaffect.
ted constituents. Even if the Legislature
was to cut. off the introduction of any bill
except that to re-district the State. these
* questions would be re-opened as above sta
ted, and all the slumbering opposition to
the Democratic party would be nlamed into
a burning blaze, and all thie eloquence in
the Democratic party could not, extinguish
it before the Novembehcr election. These
* questions are now Eetted and will not be
a disturbing element in our polit ice if let.
nilone, but once ro opened, it does not take
thie vision of a prophet to foretell the re
* mult. It would be better for us to lose both
the Congressmen at large (which we deny
would be the result) and two or three of'
the Districts than to lose the State, and
again become thme prey of foreign andi na
If the State is Democratic, whoh we be
lieve it. is, on an- honest. squiare vote, of It), -
(000 to 15,000 majority, there is no danger
otf loosing the t wo Congressmen at large.
But oin additin to thlese reasons, we dio not
believ.c the Governor has any constitution
r" authority to oonvone the Legislature in ex
Article 8, SectIon 16 of' the Oonstilttion
says: "lie" (the Governor) "may on ex
traordinary occasions, couvene the General
Assembly," &c. Now the question arises,
has an "extraordiuary~" occasion arose? We
conitend unot, for time Legislature at. the re
gular seeslon, providled in the election laws,
that In the event. the State should be en,
titled to an additional representation in
Congress before the next regular session of
the Legislature, the Governor should, by
proclamation, order an election for such
additional Congressman, or Congressmen,
from the State at large. TIhia, we do0 not
claim, Is in the evaot phraseology of' t he Act,
but it Is the same in substance. Thus thie
Legislaure hna passed upon (the quaestion,
anid uhder the law the additional Congress
maen are to be elected from (lie State at
large. Has the Governor any right to
consider the questiorr frorn a political stand
point? Isn't it his duty to simply execute
the laws as he finds them on the Statute
books without regard to political bias? If
so, has an "extraordinary" occasion arose
whereby an extra session of the Legislature
lin Decessary? We thinik not., and however
much we might desire to see thme State ar
-ranged into convenient Districts for some
of. the Congiressionald aspirants, we hope
* ihey will wait with timely patience until
bea. ieg1slature Is convened in regular see
* in ~itd cease to Importune the Governorjto
call ap extra session in defiance or the best
egI~ol Interest afteState and the pro
a *of the constitution.
p-e &tosadjucsters of Virginia htavo
at 6 thrown off their ask atnd
A (~Op)O out for' the Adtminist ration andl~
ei~ftpublican party. At, flesit they
sitmedto be good Democrtats 6ght.
4 .~ p B~lourbonbismn." They made the
roehdjustment of the debt of the
I the londing issue, and by the
A' the Repubicuan patty have
ed in repudiating about ton
~ i asof an honest debt. They
4 eover bodily to the Res%
p party, and Mahone in the
Ua good a Sta'lwarb as Don
Sany the rest of thorm,
.j~i;~ hbe the res'ult in this state
'ao called Independentsan
~rar. They have sold to
,len party atnd will only
't~ orable opportunity to
tes, Consty resurer of New,
h a. 4etited Ia his offie te
800O(Q ad ha. left, the
j1ipbondisen titb the bag
Mu&## 0 ~wee 6)da 4eba out
whit inan ad endeavored to pak the jury
with ignorant and prqudiod. negro*e to
Insure a Ounvietion, right or woreg. Be
exhibited a great deal of Ve11t, and used
every part of the aOhbinery of the oourt,
which was idad at hi 4ispesi, W secure
a eonviotion regardless of right Orjuastioe.
Such a prooeeding in the days of Corbin
would not have surprised the good people
of tle 8tate, but they did not expect so
much 'poison from such a man as S. W.
Melton. lie is a nadlve of the Sute, has
good sense.-is well educated and heretofore
has had a good social standing, and the
white people lad a reasonable hope of, at
least, fair play at his hands. They did not
exyect to see him make an effort to conviet
decent white men by a packed jury of ig
norant negroes; bt they have been de
ceived, and in the future will know where
to find im. The jury as finally constituted,
contained three Democrats, and the case
afrter elaborat.e argument was giveu to the
jury on Friday evening
The jury remained out until 6 o'clock
Saturday evening, when a verdict was
reached. The court not being in session
the verdict was sealed up, and was an
nounced in court on Monday morning, but
at this time, Tuesday, we have not learned
what It was. The Newos and Courier, of
Monday Feys it was rumored that the ver
dict was not glulty as to seven coins, but
guilty as to one. t at of obstructing the
Supervisor in the discharge of his duties.
An Interesting Publication.
A first class news and family Pa,
per, to be called the Eagle, will inake
its appearance in Columbia about
the last of this month. For the
present it will be issued setni-week%
ly, (Wedniesdasy and Saturday) but
oventually it will be merged iII R
daily. The politics of the paper
will be Detnocratic. Besides care,
l'lly propared editoritlM and local
Imatter, short stories aMid anedotes,
poetry and micellany, nOws matter
u1p to the latest moment, Ote.; the
Eagle ill publish in instalments,
antd as rap )idlIy as its careful l'prepara
Lion will warrant, a complete Roll
of the South Carolina Volunteers in
Conifederato Sec vice, now being got
ten up in the oflioe otf Adjutant
General Man igaulIt. The roll will
contain the namne, rank atul age oft
the soldier, his County, wherie woun
dod, died, killed, captutred, dischar,
god or surcrendered, prIomotion)s,
transflers, &ci., &c., and whethlers
neow livitig or' dead. IL will requim o
severacIliothsM to com lete the p)ub
lication, It is unarnestly requesteod
L~last wi'luroe rrors or oinissitg8 00~
-u r, par'ties ineterested will promnptly
ntifiy Gen A. M. Alancigault or the
pub~llisheUrs ol tho Eay/e, so that the
cortections8 11nay be ndo in the ofi,
cial r oll. Thcis is ai publIicati on in
which every family in Souch Cenro
lit~a feels a deep interest. The Eagle
will contain I wenlty. touer colutuncs of
mantter', and be tu rceisheed to sucitSri -
hiers nct. $1 for four moneths, or' 35c.
One tnone ih. A dd ress IEagle P ub
li shin g Co., Columrnbia, S. c'.
Thce South Carolina Presbytery met at
N nemy Six, A pril 5-10,1882. T1here were
p.-esent s xteen mineistors andl twenty-seven
rulinig Ehde:s. R4ev. S. L. Morris was elee
Rev. A. E. Norris, up~on his own confes
sion of violatiung 7 i h ani 9*.h coinandment s,
was deposed fron, the mcinist ry antd suspen
ded fr-omi the comecmunioni of lhe olhurch un
til lbe shalal give saetisefauco y evidence of
Mr. WV L. Iloggs was received under care
of Presbytery as a candidate for the minis
Th'le proposed amendment ot Book of Di
cipline, Chapter XII, Section 3 wats adopted
Rtichilaned Church, Oconiee county, wasc
chosen as the place bf the next stated neet
ing of Presbytery oni Thursday, at 10 A. MI.
betore the the third Sabbaeth of September
Rev John McLees acnd Elder J. R. Cun
ninghacm were elected commissioners to) the
G)4neral Assemebly anid Rev. E. P. Davis
and Ecder L. WV. Perrn their al ernates.
Rev. E. P. Davis was appointed Presby
teriaun Sunday School Superintenedent.
A commission, consisting of Revs. J. Rt.
Riley, Hi. dceog. Wmn. Mlcl~horeer and El
diers H. 1R. Gaston and 8 P. Dendy, was
oppeinted (0 organize a church at Westmin
ister if the way bee clear.
The Revised Director-y of Worship was
criticized and cieticisms forwarded to Gen
The tollowing Erecutive Committee of
IHome Missions was appoinetedi for t welve
monuhes, viz: Revs. E P. Davis, II. C- Fe'i
nell and Eider W. A. Temipleton.
"Z" in the Carolina Sparan, nominates
Colonel Asbur-y Coward, of York, for
Congressman at large. The Spartan hear
tIly seconds the nomination.
T. If. Shumate, Esq., a respectable and
prominent citizen of Greenville County, ag
ed 76 years, died suddenly, It is supposed
of heart disease, at his residenco in that.
CAouncty last week.
If this is the style that is going to pre
vail, we are glad to notice it being served
so early. Says the Orangeburg Timee a'zd
BraL~WART TEAculINo -- Henry Gallichat,
a colored D~emocrat, workineg on the train
road near -teevesville, was taken out last
Friday ntght by a lot of coloced Republi
Cans and tied to-a tree anid severely whip..
ped, simply for being a Democrat.. The
cowardly seocildrels cold him if he ever
voted th* Depnoratie ticket again they
would killhwe, '8eh is the outgrowth of
This la A good opportunify to illustrac e
vividly st t. colored Radical br'other that,
-the United-ftates Courts, wItbh Uir solid
RpKub~ juries, have ilot e lb~Ipig( gf
ikaw IIJ)i&&i&I AW ~WA*U hu~a1i,.ak.i
BbOMS. ta.0 Wif. TR5St&~
William Windom. j Chfie
6Saa3TAaR or W
Robert T. Linoolo. I'Robert T. Linoif
SMORETAST ON Tad NAVY.
William i Hunt. I Win. E. Chandler.
8OMautYa Of TIM INTEKIOR.
damuel J. Kirkwood j Henry M. Teller.
Wayne MaoVeah. Betuj. H. Brewster
Thonas L. Jauies. I Tituoihy 0. Howe,
Of tihe Garfield Cabinet but onq remains,
and lie remains because he bears the hon
ored nanie of Limcolu and is one of the
"talwart Grant school. All of the Arthur
Cabinet were earnest supporters of Grunt
excepting Chandler, who quarreled with
Blainie neat ly a year ago because Blaine did
not force his confirmation as Solicitor G',n
eral, and who ha now all of an apostate's
vindictiveness in support of the Stalwart
When President. Garfield was assassinat
ed the name or Stalwatiuim was a term of
reproach, and none boutsed of devotion to
its odivus spoils system that had nerved
the murderer to his horrible work. Now
only the Stalwart is in f vor with authority,
and the Republican who dares to honor
Garfield's memory or to assert political
mainhood is ostracised as the foe or the
ruling power of the party. Have the peo,
ple changed, or are they waiting until their
side of lhe issue can be heard at the polls?
A Short Reply.
In the Jane Street. Methodist Episcopal
Church last evening the Rev. P. Gerniond
considered the que-tion, "What shall we do
to be saved?" as bet ieen Mt. Paul and %.o!.
Ingersoll. "-The papers," lie said, ,told us
thnt when our friend Mr. Ingersoll deliver
ed at Booti's Theatre the lecture he is to
give to night at. Steinway Hall the house
was filled with applause and laughter. I
object, in the first plnce, to Ingersoll's tight,
fluent, and flippant way of discussing so se
rious a question. When Daniel Websler
was asked what was the highest subject of
his thoughts, he replied, 'my personel ac
countability to Goj' and this considera
tion, which is'involved in the pres ut ques
tion, should not be approached with a jest
on the lips." In tie course of his sermon
Mr. Oermnond Raid: -Ingersoll tells us m hat
he believes in the gospel of health and of
soiething good to eat. If ministers would
invent soie good soup or 5omeo new di hI.
he says, they would do more good tlian
they have ever done- This is his reply to
the question; What mast we do to be sav
ed?" Let us have a litile good soup and in
vent new dishes! What was Paul's reply
to th e jai lr? -Believe on the Lord Jesus
Chrism , anal t hou shalt be saived.' I men
ser-iouasly ask this great quest ion, dlesiring
an aniswer-, they sooni r-eeive it with the
gr-ace ot' God."-N I'. S~un.
A Scriptural Puzzle
G R E EN VIL1.1, S. (.., 31 a t-h >0 , 188?.
DiCARit SENTINEr,: Below you wvill
f ind a Scri ipt ural puzzle, whtichi 1
many)~hi astcanand w-il, to solvo ned
send you I he aniswer- for publient ion
It u ill fiiiPthil int ere-stinglL study for
llil studenC~ts. MJ. M. K
A~ younhg Bilot sttuden t was asksd,
'How~v~ nmny boys are there ini your
class?'' 11u replied, "It you muli ti ply
the nilI uber of Jneobil's sons lhv the~
numhtberC' of timeis whic-h the Israel,
i tes comilpassed Jerichio, antd ndd to
C~b produt, the mnuatuber o01i me-sures
of baZrley Botz gave to ICth i, divride
thi is by theo a t .bor- of 11 aman t's sons,
subtracmt the tnumber of eaen kinud oh
clean t henste that, went inito t he a-k,
mutltiply by) thme numiber- o amon that
wet too see-k Elijah aufit- ho was
takeon to hien ven, su bt ict from thI.Iis
J oseph's ?(e at Lth tiin e lhe st ood
beforo Phiaraohi, add the numiinber' ni
stones1 in D)avid's hag wheni the koil
ted Goiauth, subhtraact tho tnutber of
touriongs thaut, Be'thany was distat
from Jer-usab-m, divide~ by the numin
bersa of' anchor-s cast otut when Patui
wvas shi Ipwret.ckeud, soubtract, th'e nin i
of people savedl in the ark, antd Liuo
rectnm ader- wili b)0 tho answver."
Rev. J. 0. B. Dar-gtn, DD, a promient
Baptist minister, did in Sumter, 8. C., on
the 12th instant Ile was widely and fa
vor-ably known throughout the State as a
minister, andi particularly as a revivalist.
The distina~iion of '),D. was conferred on
him many years ago by the Trustees of
John F. 8:ater, a maillionair of Connec.
ticut gaas donated a million of dollar-s for
the education of thme colored people of the
South. Governor Coiquitte, of Georgia is
one the Trustees of the fund
It is earnestly showni that Jesse James
blew the brains of a bank casher out. be..
cause lie refused to hand him the keys or
open the bank safe. He shot Conductor
West fall, of the Kansas Pacilic Road, in
the baick. lie murdered a hundred mer
and women with his own hand. And yei
t wo clergy men preached his funer-al sermor
withI consoling unction, and the choir~ into
ned, "Oh, What, a Friend We llave in Je
The Democratic otulook was never moert
promising The Republicans are sick,
while Rezdjusteirs and Independents art
split lip and demoralized, We ought ft
retain the Sente. recapture the Ilouse, and
elect thie next l'resident.
W. P. Calhonn, Fsq., editor of the(
Sontcea Journal, p)ublishes a card de.
clin'ing to be a cand daute for Con
gross from the Third (iongressional
District, as has been announced.
A FRAUD.-Samnuel IHallias, n
I ndi an, who is in the employ' of Otll,
eer Lagon in Greenville, has r-eceiv
ed a letter from his people (the
Cheraokees) stating tht George
Bushey ho.ad, who travels thr-ough
this sectiona at, Limes, is a fraud. Ho
repre-senlta his people)1 as being itn a
destitute condition and Lakes up
collections fir thetm. Hie represen ts
himshelt as being1 a Baptist preacher.
SThe letter to H allia. sas. tha. -i
I. Every Wale 010ie0"
nited states, of tlie age or
'-tenty one and upwards, not labor.
lhjg nder the tlhsablities named lit
the . .netilttion, without, distlintion
of' race, or color, or former condition,
who shall have bon a resident of the
State for one year, and an thsecoun.
ty in which he offers to vote: Pro-.
vided, That no person, while kept
ini any alms house or asylum, or oft
unsound mind, or conised in any
public priton, or who shall bave
been conivicted of treason, murder,
robbery of the goods or chattles of
anothera, with or without violence,
whtiher taken from the person or
otherwise, or of dauliug, shall be ak
lowed to vote.
Sec. 2. All electors of the State
bhall be registered as hereinatour
provided; and no person shall be al
loved to vote at any election here-.
after to be held unless registered as
* * * * * *
The Governor shall also kppoint
two Assistait Supervisors of Ele., a
Lion who shall serve without con.
pensation; who shall sit with the
Supaervi.-or of Election in the deter
miniation oft all causes ofL cop tested
registration in wlc'h the Supervi-.
sor shall refuse to register' theu up%
Plilit; the thuree Sunpervisors o
Registraton shall sit Sor as maiy
days, beginning on the second Tuos
day in J lily, as" may be necessary to
hoar and determine all cases in
which registattion may be refused
any appiheaniit inl uhols County. * *
Sec. 5. Alter the approvat of this
Act, the Supervisor of lRegist'raitio1),
inl the months of May and J un1e next,
shall make a full and complete reg
intratioi of- all quahfied voters, inl
the ftrIlowing mannier: He shal give.
three weeks notice of the times ained
J)laces of registration, by advertisinig
mn one or m1iore coun nty pa persg, or- by
posting in a public place in eacth
votig precict, where no paper I"
piub'ished i le county. Tho time
for registrationl shall not be ICss than
one, nor more than three days at
each registrationi precinct. Imimedi
ately after closing the registration at
the precinucts, he shall openi his books
at, the coun ty' soat, to corr-ect errors
mi regis traition, aind to register' e'uch
electors us~ fiied to register las suchi
:at their respeJLctive precincets, and
who shall tben and there prevsent
I hemnselve's for I itntIj urpce, ente r
tih n men Ii of such v. ters mi hi< book
for their prol erpecn ts. A I, the
conluio n of th~e r*igi.,I rat Iion be rcini
before ro i'vid, d for-, the Sitperiv i'sor
ol,liegist-rat ion shall reviset the list;
anad itn caset it be mai~de to apej)):sr to
his saitisf action thioa t, there ils a qualli,
tied voter in a pr*ecintct who- haks
Itied to rei'titor' hoe m-y u1' pone sueh
eid I ece as5 htCe in t*Ihinki ce Cssary.
in his di~scretion, petrmit. the name (in0
sutch voter to be pelabced on said list,
ansd inso a cert.tae CtheLrefor4, T1hati
for t,bsc pa'po)se of registraion each
t~towship1 as non~ laid tI aind defin-=
yd be untd is hserehy dt claured ai reg
istrat ion precintt,u and inta thnse counn
ties itn w hich there are no suich townV
shi ps tIhast the parish as formerly
known1 anid detineed be amed is herebv'
declaered such prei nct, an ud in thlL'
ci ties of Cotumt i a neod Ubiarlestoti
each ward shall be ai registr'ationi
Sec. 7. Each elector in the State
shall1 be required, at, the Limo adv-er
tisedi for thle pr'cinict na here inbefore
prov ided, to appear before Lhbo Su
pervisor' of RLegist ration at, the plaice
advertised, and11 make o-rth before
t he said Sueviowhich oath the
said Sispervisor' is heere-by authorized
ande~ requit ed to administer', that thbe
tacts tho e ud there to be staited by
him i as to his nme, age, occ-upatios
and pelace oft residence in the county
are' true, anid thwerupon the said Su
porvisor' shall enter the name, age,
occupautioni, and place of r-esutence
of the e lector in the appropriate col
umn in his e'egists'ation book, lie
shall smake and keep a list of' the
cotitested applications for registra
tions which he rejects, and report,
the same foar hearing before tne As,.
tistantI Supervisors as herei nbefore
Soc-. 8. The Supe)rvisor oft Regis
tration shall deterine as to the le,
gal quzaliticutions of any appIlicat
for registrat ion by summarny process,
requirinig oath, evidence, or both,,.if
he udeem proper', subject to revision
b~y the Assistanit bupervisors and
himself in all cases where he refused
to register an applicant. From the
decision of the Supervisors of' Reg,.
istrat ion, any applicant who 18 r'ejec,
ted shalt haive the right to a review
thereof by the Circuit Court, provi
ded ho give notice in writing to the
Supervisor of his application for'
suchI review, and the grounds ther'e.
of, withm~ five daiys from the date
oaf his rejection, and commence his
proceedings within ten days from
the service (ifsaid notice.i
* * * * * h
Soc. if. That every' elector shall
have the righit to a renewal of hise
certincate without ce or charge,
wheni thbe saime becomes defaced by
time or accident, upon his surren,.
diering such certiicaite, so defaced,
to the Supervisor' of Registrathin.
So(c. 1 2. In caso of' the removal of
anr elector from one residence to Ie
-'notherci in thle samet precinct, sutch f
elector shall notif y the Supervisor of I
ilegistration, and shall suarender his ~
caerisat of Rlegistration, wo h shallid
Servisorte a oflRegisthr gsiationsal I
eont,r mtdhe all upoive suegsletr ao 1
book, unridsal ive achrdaneth
nue woerfiet inesidornce it
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of the SaWiA
Be it enu1ld by 1 t4A .enate and
House of lepresentigega ot the
State of 8oat1 Cuarolini,. now met
1no sitting in Genoral Assembly
anoid by. the authority of the same:
T hat Section 4 of the Aot entitled
u'An Act to further regulate the
RalO of intoxicating liquorti in this
State, approveil Decembern 24, 1880,"
be, anld the same is hereby aumended
by adding thereto the folowing:
"PrQvidedThat one halt of all fines
imposed and oullected- on anly con..
vietion under this Act shall be paid
Lo the officer er person detecting
aond reporting violations thereof, on
the warrant of Lh Countf Commis,.
sionerso of the county in which such
Donvictiun shall be ad, it clhimed
by such p rson, with a certifluate of
Lhe 8olicitor and Clock of tihe Court,
that he is entitled to the same, Li e
othor hulf of. said finos, and ni -y sums
not claimed as above provided to ,e
held by the Treasurer of such cous.
ty for the u1se of the conty."
So that, the Section shall read as
Section 4. That any person vio,
lating any of the provisiots of this
Act shall. upon coiv:lion thereof
be flaed inI It 8asum of not loss than'
tWO hundred dollars or imprisoned
for a trin of hot less than Pix mon
ihs, or both fined and imprisoned in
the discretions of the Court, trying
the same: Provided That oie-,hli I
Af' all fines iniposed and collected on i
iy coiviction under this Act shall a
lie paid to the oflicer or person do
Lecting and reporting violations
thereof, on the warrant of the Couni,
Ly Commissioners of the count.y il
which such coiviction shall be had,
f climed by such perison, with tlhe
'ertifiente ()I the Soieit or and Clerk
f' the Court that, lie is entitled to
he same, the other hull of said fines
nd any sinims not clatimod is abovo e
r1o*vided, to be held by the Trtias- p
irer ofsich cilouity for' the use of p
he couity. fi
The county Commissioners of
oh con ty are especiallyhaged s
ich the unity of' obtanir.g info , a
ion as to the violatioi'n of any of the a
rIovisions) 05 1 ls Act., ansd wvith the
uty of instituig pr oseeiitioss
Ap'red t he 314t day of January
. P 1882.
in Act to require aill persons who I
no4w ar'e or' may hereafter. be en, -
gage~d in the taiC ot S3eed Cottoii
aumnl uinpnek.led int, Co(tton , o
kepa recored of thme nae anida
jpln'e of re.s lence otf the party ii
trom w homn they ph'lasec, witis
the amoun)tit niil daste of purch(a e'.. a
Be it ennes.ted hv the Senalte and5
louse ofI lIepresen't aiive of' the Stan te
>t South Car(Juolinz,, n'ow met atml
it iig in General Aseuam bly, an d by
.he taut horityV of t.he samse:
eon 1. TIhat aull persor's who
mwn :ire or mnay he'reaftter' become
mngaged in thet trI'ztic in seed tottoni
anid unpjacked liint 00cot, he, nsad
hey are hereby, r'equired to keep
egibly written in a book, wvhieb
hdl oc open01 to puiIlic~ insplecton
se. namli and inlce of re'sidenCoit (t 4
lie per-son or persons i om whotm
hay purichsase, or' reLceive by way -
>f bartser, e'xchianSgo or' traffic of amy
soit, any13 seed cotton or' unpak
p >inds anid date of p)urchase5.
Sec. 2. Thlat any~3 pers'Onl who sh lall
zil or refuslO to keep the book isn
Vie form and maniner' pre~scr'ibed ini
the above sec(tionl, shazll be dIelee
gusilty- of a muisdemieaor, nnd upI,3) on
aonlviction t herosf, shall be fisned in
a sum not les-s than11 ten dollars not'
rn 'rl than one hulndreod dollar's, 0or
iy i mp risonmitsentL for niot less tan ii
five ncor more thatn thirty days.
A pps'oved t~be 31st tany ei Jan,
iury, 1882. -
Now that good times are agatin upon us,
ti Is worth remembering that no one can
unjoy the pleas;antest surroundings if in bad
healtn. There are hundreds of miserable
people going about to day with disordered t
stommacha, liver or kidneys, when a bottle of C
Parker's Ginger Tonic wouldI do theum more
goodI thtan all the medicines they have ever
ned. 4 t
WVade [Hampton puays for his tleb
grapjh di-pa tchs. Thlis is ref shsling,
in vmiw of the fact. thtat Senatos
anid ltepr'esentati vesCan havul1e franks
tor the asking--nay, thatt in order'
not to haive them) they areO oblignd'
to "decline with thanks."-Auguesta
Joseph daumpson, a white h)oy,a
stabbed and killed a colored rough t:
umoed Wilson at Georgetown on
uesday. The negr'oes attempted
a lynch y'oun'g Sa~mp)son whose
rientds took h) o1 away.
101 ens H igh N"echooL.
)NE quarter of this School having ex
mired as a Free Su'hool, it will be continued
'a a Private Schoco'l uder the Intstrulctions
f three comspes ens. and experienced Teach
rs, at the following rates, per quarter o'
fsy days for each pupil, paid in advance,v
y all those patrons who do not sign the
tarantee heretofore made, or make accep,
able arrangements with the Teacher, to a
'rimary Department, per Quarter, $8. 124
termiedlate Department per'Quar
ter', ' 44)4) i
Uigher Mtathematics per Quarter, o 00o
hsassies, 9 *00
lnoidental expenges, one dollar per quar,
er', strictly in dyanee, for each pupil of
km ~e1&~ ~
9( 0. L. DURAN
e ul a09000 him as a gandblai
oW BohoTo 0ommissilo'er of Plke*ns Coumt
the Set ealsuing electiom. subjeot I
komination by he Demooratle. party i
A. 0. MoMAHAN. J. E. GIIND
MoMAXAg * DWZEL
OUR MR. GWINl4 HlAS RETURNE1
rom New York, whero he in person -selecte<
he GOODS now on sale. They are pretty
nd the prices are right.
Just Think of It.
100 Suits Complete for $8 00
119 Suits Complete for 4.50
130 Suits Complete for 6.00
85 Suits Complete for 8.00
Suits in abundance. Suits to plevust
verybody at all prices, from the lowest
rices mentioned up to $35.00. We cat
lease the most fastiilions; we guarantee a
i; we have the latest. styles.
64 Dozen of the Famous Kirkpatrick
hirts, both Laundered and Unlaundere-l
popular- prices. They are the best Shirt.s
the martket. It will take but one trial
onvince. The fit is perfect.
iiniarN and14 Oumfl by' the
The very laitest styles, Ilosiery, Gloves,
au-dke~rchiefs, ( rava's5, TVies, Umbrellas,
C , to suit aill cl rs s
D~on't buny nt IHai,but.h~* fdr. inspecting
ir stock. it will pay you. We can plew.e
' old man. We have the Nobby liaii tot
te young men. We cant miss the boys.
Our GJods are bought for cash. Monley
ways has the inside triuk, su we are ii
osit ion to otl'er
BA R~G A INS:
BA RG AINS !!
Come along and get thetn at
IcMlAIAN & GWINys,
P. F. FARMER'S OLD STAND,
GiREENVILLE - -.. S. C
ap 20, 188. 31
TR E~SUR ERt'S OFF10E',
PICKsNs, C'. H., A pril 10, 1682.
OTlIE is hiereby given that this offic
will be open fromi the 1st to the 31st o
dlay for the collect ion of the first install
nent of State, County, School and Pol
'rixes for the fiscal year 1881. Taxpayers
nlsteadl of paying one-half during 11he uontI
f blay, which is the amount due, may, a
heir option, pay the whole of their taxes
>r may posi pone t he payrtmeuntof the whob
mntil Fal!, thereby incurring a penalty a
ive per cent. on the one-halt due in May
l'he rate of tauxation is as follows, viz:
For State~ purposes 4g mills
For School T:,x 2 mills
For Orditnry County Tax 3 n.j la
Fur Past. kndebtedness 2 muills
For Rilroad Tax 8 nills
Poll Tax $1.00
All persons between the ages of 21 ant
0, on tihe 1st day of June, 1881, not oth
rwise exempted by law, are liable for Pot
Pursuant to an Act of the Legislature o
his State, and for the convenience of ta:
>yers in different sections of the county,
will visit the following named places or
lie days mentioned, viz:
Easley, May 1st, 2d .md 81.
Central, May 4th and 6th.
Liberty, May Grtb.
Cross Plaitns, May 8th.
Dhacusville, May 9th.
Pumpkintown, Mlay 1.0th.
Eastatoe, May 11th.
Ilinckle's, May 12th.
Ilurricane, May 13th.
For the remainder of the time I will hb
L my office at Lhe Court House for collec
on of Taxes.
J. HI. BOWE4N,
apl18, 1882 30
AndersonM 3Mill. S. C,
KEEPS CONSTANTLg ON HTAND )
til Stock of OENERAL ME.RCIIANDISE
Iz: SUG A1R, COFFE E. SALT, CROOK
RY WARE, CALICOES, JEANS, ag
11 kinds of 0OOD8, which he sells as ohea]
a any other Mercha~z n the County,
All kinds of COUN 1 Y PRODUCE takei
a exchange for GOOD3, and satisfactlir
fkensm *A to 80ii!
8,000 PA5.1RO8 AlIS
very oeeliable ofle and sh
25ets to $6 per pair.
10 dogen Ladie,' Mse s6d bd
One Slipers, all the ele t
'Gonas Calf Shoes,
narrow or brad guage, in ,
screw and sewed, btrltutm or .Ie6ga a
AI A '-IfS.
100 DOZEN HATS-Gents,
Boys, in Fur, Woof, &1 ektgkw, IM
Straw. 75 different s(yf
20 Dosen Ladies Fine Iff a om
Ciest line in she County.
10 Dosen beauitW Worstid. .edQ A,
broldered, Polka Dot, and Al k C
Blbrigan Iloe. - Nice line Frenotbf,
f See those Silk Checked Beakrigan }.16o
at 88 cents per pair.
Piques from 7 cents tip, Victoria Lawn.
Aood, bad pnd indifferent. Marohest
Suitlags, Poplin Lustrp, And DeRege's, l4
profusion. See those Gingham Plaids
they are more popular than Prints.
10 Different Styles Mother Houboard Colo
lars. Neck Wear in profusion.
Good assortrnent. We sell yen at 25 per
cent on New Yord cost and show vou thom
Everything in stock, Steel Plowi" 5,000
lbs. already sol d. 7-8 Shirting, 80% Cof
fee. Sugar. Rice. Leather, and everything
lower than any other place.
MORTON &d BROWN,
Liberty, 8. C.
ap 6, 1882 29
Cross Cut Saws,
e Lots of' othaer Goods at
W. T. McFALL'S.
PICEENS C. H., S. CY.
.-jan 5, 1S82 16
BLUE GRASS SEED.
BED CLOVER SNEED.
SOrchard Grass Seed.
HERDS CRASS SEED.
White Clover Seed. ~
P A IN T S.
P U T TY,& C.
lb. Greenvlie Drug, Seed
1and Paint Store.
oot 6, 1881 4
WILL mail Fr~ee) the reoipe for a sigp