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tion, 1.0per annug for aa
e;#, strictly in advance .
te(e tnertid at on" doflle per a
s4ch ei, lees for the first insertion n
p e jbr each subsequent insertion.
bq*bount made to merchants and others ti
dung for six months or by the year. W
Noticts and TUr tes of Respect tih
as advertisement, 91
Candidates five dolUars, (n ad- a
Important Meeting. p
a. Coubty Exeoutive Committee of the P
.ieoratl party of Pickens County will p
,,et in the office of the SHNTINEL, at this t(
on Saturday next, the 22d Instant, T'
6'elock A. M. A full attendance is i
nestlg desired, as it. -is dhe purpose to a
Arthe time ofkolding' the primary election s8
Mange a 1eiles of meetings through b
*' 4he couny. D. F. 'BRADLEY, 0
Connty Chairman. b
V. po "gs of County Democratic r
IpKcExs 0.11., July 16th, 1882.
h!,W6County Demo ratio Conventionmet 0
Iu". the Court House, afi was called, to order
b the Countj Chaliman, Col. R. E. Uowen
The roll was called and the follo*ing clubs
responded by their elIgaLIons, via: Easley,
Liberty, Central, urrioare, Pickens C.
If. Daouiville, Cos lains, Pumpkintown, i
and Eastatoes. A mittee consisting of
one nicuber Og ~~clul, was ap pointed
to niontuit sotne suitable person for Pre
*It the convention. It reported in
" Hon D. F, Bradley, who was i i
dMreuuly elected. Mr. Bradley was ilso n
Y 4le#ed County Chairman. A committee
was then appointed, to Intorm him of his
election and escort him to the chair. On y
tAkllig the chair Majgri Bradley thanked
the convention for this expression of its e
canftdence, and said that the standard of c
the Demsocrney in this county, which had a
been so bravely and suopessfully upheld by a
his predecessor, Col RI. E. Blowen, should e
never trail in the dust, If it. was in his pow
er, by seal and energy to prevent It.
Rt. A.. Child was elected first vice-Presi
dent and W. B3, Allgood second. J. E.
Beggs wa~s chosen Secretary and Treasurer.
.e convention was then declared ready for
Ori.mnotion of Rt. Ak Ch ild, the following
resolutions were adlyitcd:
Resolveil, That the pelegates present bo
n~d'they arc bereby authkrized, to cast the I
entire vote their respective eslubs would be I
entitled to were their whbole de!egsation pres
V Resolved, That In crient of a dljision
of the deletates present, they cast. the vote S
of the .absent deleg es in proportion to t he
division of those p enlt.
The following n'&med gentlcmen were
elected members of ,'the County Executive I
* Committee, Messgs. J. Rt. (Gossett, M. A. b
-Bog~s, 8, W.. Claytona, J. E. Boroughs, i.
0. Grady, WV. WV. F. Dright, - A. LI. Talley,
Delegates elected tothe StateCovn n
aeCol. Rt. E. Blowen, RI A. Child, TI. WV.
Folger, A. ii. Talley. J. E. Boggs, and T. A."
MoMahati; alternantes, W. T. Bowen, T. C. II
Robl3nE. H1. Bates, T1. W,. Tolleson, P
Serry and V. 8. Jones.
- R'e delegates to the Congressional Cou
obinsoni, B. J. Johnson; a'ternates. WV. B: I
~?": jlgood, John R. Gossett, and C. TI. Mar-.)
~ 'in. By a resolution of the convention the W
alternmtes cre made principals if the repre- at
sentation is doubled. -3
mk."imary plan of nominating candi- B
the Executive Corn
to fix the time tor
~.~ . y. sed the following re-m
Whereason; thie press of the State has prom.. 0
inently brought forward the name of our HI
esteemed fellow citizen Ilon. D. F. Bradley, p
for Secretary of State; and whereas we haveM
tJd him in positions of bonor and trust in
both peace and war, .and have ever -ound lI
bni true, patriotic and capable; and be- hi
4 Jving that should the demands of this mn
e call him to the high and honorable mn
t n of Secretary of State, that lie would
7 4h#gver has done, discharge his dhuties
>aseo.tly; faithftully and intelligently, ibecre- P
tt~ok.e4.- That the delegation from thisa
yI thpState Convent ion, lbe an~d they '
Jteby instruoted to present the niame k
lie. D F.Bradley to the . Coniven
St~'8oretary of State and they pre
Scast their ballot, as a unit for h~
*al position first, and on eivery
aulloi so long as there Is a
Salbc'e resoition was introdu
ders V~ Presidenit 'I. A. Cii p
1heb Chih- and Mr. Bradley P
e aWsoutin was ent huiasti T
% oIdiented by every memiber h
QL~n $sttig to his feet. g
uvh g lo the Ohair, Major b
A i. profonnd gratitude
e ills~ additional enatk J
oni~enoe. He also .1
~*~~isdent and well. $
4f je.trorTh l, -
.gnti:mth Mu snuad(osjrter':
e'?o4tiv,ilisof Englatd at pres,
(.)er-ely Ia to obtain a staple .goyn~
t Egypt Arabi Pasha isfhe leder
Abe Natlenal party In gipt and seeks,
ti .eandsl othe rule for irIs people.
ypt fbr the pgpt4Ue and war upon the
eigner, ls the prewentory of Arabi and
trnoero, the Eniglish being their pet
erslots. 'The Sulan, who has but a nom
al ,sewereIgty over.Egypt, was requested
the'.lhowers to bting Arabi Into subjec
)m-, but he encouraged the National leader
bile he professed a desire to comply wit h
e wishes of England and France. Der
*ob Pasha, 'whom the Sultan sent to Alex
idria, was unable to cope with Arabi, and
e Khedive remidned, as before his arrival
niplotely at the mercy of the National
iity. The- Ambassadors of the European
owers met In conference at Constantino
te, with the intention of requiring Turkey
reeLove order 'in Egypt. In the inean
hile Arabi Pasha threatened to blow up
ie Suez Canal if a gun should be fired ag
Inat him, and went to work vigorously to
rengthen the forts commanding the har,
or.. Failing to comply with the demands
r Admiral Seyonour that the work should
e stopped, Arabi wts notified that the new
rs mnist. be eurrendered to the English
arMes. This demand was n-t complied
rnth afd the bombardment began."
The loss on the English side was compar.
,t~vely -t rifling.
The High School.
The subscribers to t he If igh School build
ng met in t he Court. House last Friday, at
o'clock 1). M. for the purpose of Terfect,
ng an organization and the Iransaction of
11ci ol her business as night tend to the
lvancement ot the enterprise. V. T.
Jowen, Eq., was called to the Chai*r and
1. IV. Taylor, Esq., was appointed Secre
ary. All the stockholders being present,
n organiza ion was it once ent ered into,
nl tlie following officers elected, viz: Pre.
ident, 'ol. C. L. llollingsworth; Directors,
1. T. Bowen, W. B. Allgood, P. MO.D.
lexIander, and Capt. J. L. Thiornly; So
retary and Treasurer, G, W. Taylor. '~lihe
amnpany then adlopted rules for its gov
rnmnent, nproimned a committee to negoti.
to for a proper building site amnd adjourn
Li to meet again Tuesday last.
Wanht of space prents' the pubili
mt i o Lthe rules~ for t he government
f theO p.t'~ mar e3?( ctIion, aidopted by
ho Coun mty Conventi ion Iasit Sat ury
'Vo will p)ublish them however next
veek, aind every .Denmocratic sub.
Cri ber ini Lte County) shiould (ito t he
uporQ I, 0or (ut outt andu p eserve t he
ules tor' futiure referieto.
Oliver D)itson & Co., senmds na8, as1.
pecimens11 of their last week1s' pu1bli
at.ionsa, five attractivo song~A, of
Iihichi one, with a protty title page,
ci ealced "'Somebody's cornmg"(40.)
y Anrdrewsh; anl'otherP, ".Drearvsing"
15e) by Wellings. nnd tho others,
We oid Boys" (30e) a Camp Firo
ng by comrado~l JIohn L. Parker.
WVhen ILilies are in Bloom"' (40e)
I Waltbz Sonig ly J. W. Turnor;
td "Good Night! Tho Day is
'it.." ($5o) by -. I. Coweni.
WVith.t thiese come ulso, "T.he Unrp
Midiiigt" (60e) with pictu lre ti
,by AnberCIt; " lmindjo in D" .(25e)
Pourtson; -'F'rol ic of the Fro
az"z' (35e) by Wautson, fut violino
id Piano, a nd t he Ha rry Dobson,
'., WValtz, Polkat and Mf1azurkat for
limj," (80o) byV Dubson,
WVo have haid the pleasure of
t'cting Prf' J. C. C. Now 'ton, of
ayesville, Ketuttcky, wVhis no11w
a visit to his bro the 8, Messrs. J.
.and M. W.. No vtoni ot tiis place.
r'of. INeCwton ftilled the pultpit of thme
etIhod ist ch urch at this~ phc on
st Sunday morning anmd evetming,
idU prosebeset t wo ndiirable sor
onmi with w hiich list hearers were
Mlany dogs hatve boon k il.ed in
utmipkinmtownt towntship. 'They have
il(ed tticy spit amboe)l)Or itn hiM o.ves'
id start him by .the house--tiem
u~ is ebot at and mnissedi.
-The Blind Preacher.
Rev. T. L Houuak, of Cuthhbert; Ga., will
each at thme following churches In the
iedmont and Twelve Mile Assoelations.
he children ame oregnes'el to attend anti
n will sing for them In thme Indian' lan
unge, and will exhibi his Bible of raised
itters at Easley Thiursday night, July 20.
At. George's Creek Friday at 11 A.M.,
uly 21; Mount. Car-mel Sunday, I i A.\It,
nly 28; Oroys Roa 'Stnday night, 'July
A8 Peters Creek Monday; 11 A. si., .July
L4; FriendshIp Monday nlghr, July 24;
)olenog . Tuesday, 11 A. M., Jnly 25;
hiiltTuesdap night; July 26; Mhountalu
%# lee 11 A.M7, July 26; hIotly
S dieayig July 20; Miahada
11d 1 , J-uly 2'7; Pleasant
RI6t July 27; Martin
U le~ Creek Set.
-fU~ is .d ",
Wl e ere tn..;the tfIm f)
,iresinglme, t"t i he
va a bushy time it is the time,*
he "thrashers" come. .De
'here is no telling, how muchb".1
)o can do untl he i tried, fdi
s anxoas to let these deaerreatit*es.
i And do up some one .140.
$ver a man has charity In his soul
It 64 when he has got the "thirush
ers." lie is so anxious, to hAve
them get throWgh4 arnd e in-ll
of the time thinking bqtL Is mihegh.
hors wheat, how it, might be dam..,
aged if there ahould comhe a wet
spell. Outr wheat is abUhat two
thilrds of i "crap.." Fall ,Own oats
are good, but winter and spring
sown Oatis are sorry. Cur corn
crops arIe good, butt our cotton out%
look is not so promising. Genorial
Green has a mortgage over some of
the crops hi our section aid has been
threatning '.o (lose out, several crops.
Look h re, that, kind of businOMS is
getting too cnition-that mort
gaging business. We heard of one
man that went, to take a lien on one
of his niighbors crops, aid that
roete lent, himself over to Georgia
I reckon that ron'er's irop is left to
the mercy of General Green.
Well those cididates come out
very siowly, not wit1hst.Ariding the
predie' iois or my old native County
Andoimon, that there would be a
good stand and that in ample time
for i good crop.
Since I have almost. etiirely -de
clined being a candidnte for Gov
rnr,01', the prospect for i abindatit,
water m n op nlover was better,
and I believe that that' will be
very cheap yet.
TIhat new posHtoffice that [ report.
ed in my last, is a failuire so far'.
Our s'chool is sitill run iting at this
date, anid I guess it is the only one
now .running in the conty, but
Pro.f J ohn Oi. Davi'is Is goinvig to give
his~ school ai short vaIcation soon1.
Our' Countty CoIniissioners, it
seems filed to imike thos~e fellows
work oni 0or pay eiitheri ! Now, I
wonder it Lbey will pay tbose men
that did wo k out that new iond
Stop! IloId! D)o you reckon our'
new County CommiissR~iers wvii
know~ how to traock thie law ani)
I do wish thant our (courhtv stores
wo'uld adetsso I would k now
wvhetheri the~y arec keeping anythinig
uii hanid non-. This kay of haivings
to go to G reenville, Jh~ley'1 ori Pick
ins for' a Iittle od;. 01' pepper, is toi
nuch. Came gentlement--' a wordI
o the we, &c." Youi uniderstandh.
Do seind youra ceinndidates arountd
his5 way, ie. your mioniied onecs We
v'ill haive tiruit unid mfel'ons ini great
Bee lhunLtrs are getting very corn
nlon, anvd smei1 of them like t.hie
ces, do not, stop) wheni Sun ida
:omes.* Beestree-cuttip(g will be in
rdras soon zas wve are donie ''lay'.
og by." Come Up when we get<
hrourgh work and we will have a
ice time with BoNEs.
[We'll come, Ed ]
Found at Last.
An ngreable dressing for thie .hair, that
ill stop it s falling, his bueon long sought
>r its puiiy, fullIy su pilies this Wtat.
[St Louis lIe~iepblicin. J
L Northern Republican in the South.
In ai letter I rom Chur ,lestoa n, S. C.,
I) the De'itroit Free Press, publhishedl
i 011r yesterdas issue, t he coirres
omilenit repor0its a coli es tion~ii wit hi
:an Leogislat ure wvhom lhe recentu ly
nlet, in dihat city. We prhoduIce 'a
"'Nowv, thibei, whavt do you thinik.
>t thoe peple~t? Youi haive seen
,hmn with IheirI coots off and1 can I)
idge lhem aiis t hey are.
"'I tell y,'>,i. I'm) ashimed of' my''.
tell!I' was~ his i nstat t.epOlly. ' When I
hink al how we have lied atii
lhenm atnd their' inistituttionsi Ia
ishamed tO look ihem in the f'ace'
"-lave they treated you well?'
" 'Spienid (.'
'Anid they knew you w~ere f'romn
"'An~d that you wvere a str'ong Re,
"-And what do you think of the,
"'D -n hitm iir d- n himPl was
iis hearty 'ecchlaation. 'ie
w'ould'int tanutd tlhe hiull from himl
hat, th Soi b~ -does. He ,Ia~ ahy
'hiftlss, ihievisah' anid a gneral nui'.
'anu'o, I've tlkedii withu' a 'scor'e of'
enb and they uare ase gnorant ats our
blursey They.i Vote .my ticket, but,
tiycan't tell me why. Tiiey have.
t~ reason, no ftrgamovz, fl0,
U4AO n A 42
1,g Itana 4n
SegonAn be -ad the
amEW Ay1 ilrend, so that
Oadd ha the'rein, by a
UteridjA byg ,atan sut pervi1
ist rIaierv 4or" of reglet-ratonl
and 4ae Deso aeetofore appoin
Led; 's wu p pe.isIeare shall bu the
sasistant sujpgryiuonra of registration,
and any net or a-ts heretofore done
by them uider thai edd seeaion, as
such superfisors, shall be, and the
mime are hei-eby, declared valid and
effecttui, as it'the said persons 'had
been named and a"pointed as aes
siltatt supervisors of registration;
and that the ekricad error in saild
section requiring them to sit with
the supervimors of election be corree
ted by substituting the word "regis
tratioin" for the word "clection."
See. 2. Tltt any -peson Iunterfer
ing with or ubsitructeig atay supero%
visor of registration or hil ass-istant
in the ditschargo of his duty shall be
deemed guilty ot ai misdemetnor0 ,
and upon conviction thereof shall be
fited not less tLuan one huundreddol-.
lars nor more than. one thousand
dollult m, and be imprismoned not less
thanl six monithe ni mole than two
Sce. 3. That Section 121 he, and
Lho same ik uereby, amended by ad.
41ilig theleto as follows: "All cointy
borlds of caivuasrsw, w hether for
State or Feleural election, shall havi
the power, and it i.4' r.ado their di
ty, 1s judittial t-flicers, to dccide all
caIses tndel protest Or conitest 'that
mgpy riis, sibjOeL to appeal to the
Board of tatio Canvmiasers, who
shall also Sit and aIct'i all ech *mat,
Loe its judiicial officeres.
See. 4. That. S'ect.on 133 be amen,
ded in line 2 by striking out, the
word "Len't and inserting in ileu
the, cot the woud "6iltec n" so ta
(ficOe'tioni as8 amentded aliall rend.
"Li. board shaill have power to aid
journ ii romu daiy- to daiy for a termls
not exein titeen dauys,
Sec. 5. 'I hat sect ion 98i he' amenLfl
ded by addl~ing thier'eto tht follo'wing-:
nis eistablis.hed~ by lanvi, it shall be thle
duty oif thle superCv isor~ o1 re'gistr
LIOI to transfehr ti'rom li. the ooks of
regist 'nii l the~ 11 nutiCe of Stieh giul
itied v'oters regListered at, oilber pres
6e1licts aS shoQuldt, uiiner thuis A et, re
gale andQI v~~ ote at thle .inewprint
.si( estnol Ii~she, nnd who mayti regn 61( est.
1hage as may lbe nece2's,.ry n the~
eertinte~ts 4.1 re'gistra tion issuetd to)
,sti cl voiters, andI'1 I s chi v'ote'rs shallI
I i hereaf teri rot C 4)1-ly at sne, pirociines
to) w h iebthey have been Lihus Lrans--8
S. c. 6. ft t hall not heq. hi w fuI for
lhe manai*ge.rs to (et..nJuy..U:ni~.
I pon wh'icht I thIiere shal I uppeari the
111me ol any13 othde 0or t he name of13E
-ilhie Gthe'r than the '-'lje for which
hie box inl wichu such ballot is found
Soc. 7. That the aiction of the
jover~lnir in) a ppointing a~ su perv'isor
f reitrat.ii tcn for t he t.ono 'ty ol
hekee be (conti imied, and the'snid
'Iperisor b$iLe paid- t he slam 143com
Re i~llal it s u .the' stige:r ig0'Vg(if cogi,
168 01thert C hari ii ic Ltodii.
Sec. 8. This~ Act shall go into ofI
eet trotn and14 limediately aifter the
late of its approval.
A pproved July 5. A. D'. 1882.
Formation of New Counties.
The) Joint Resolution propin)~rg a
ifonstituttional amntdment to se
ion 3, Artikce Ii, of the Constitu
ion of -t he State relating to) the
orm1 ig of new coun ties, proivides
ht. at the next~,ioneal election the
ollowing ame~(ndentL ti the Con..
litut ion shalhl he submit ted to the
pualihied elect ors of t he State. to wit:
Stirike ('ut, ini Sctionl . A rticle 11,
>t the C~onsatitution theI words1 "but
0to nw '"'11nty Shnl I be h~ereditei
1)rmedC( of less eixtent thanii six hun
fred iand t.wen tyve square mi les,
10r shall a113 e'xisti.1te coun!ies be
t'duced( to a1 Iless xtrnt than, six
id!'d andl twenity five square
niles," anid i nser L in3 lieu I hereoof the
1llowin -: "PIrovided, Tlhat no new
outntyV shniI be formeiId which hais a
o(lpuht iona of l~'eaa than one one-hun-~
I red ain-' t wen thsfonrth part. of the
whole number of' inihabitanits of' the
thute, and n areai less than four
undredI13( Hqne' miles, nor shaull any
xi'nng coiunties be r'eeed to ae lesse
~rea than lour hund 341red square miles"
Time for Holding Electionas.
The~ Joint Resolution proposing a
.onst ituItionl) L umetnmenLt'relatinig
o the timeri of' holding electione pro,
ridea thaut the followilng amqndin fett
.o Scotiona 11, A rticle II,oft he-Con,
r itutlon be anbmitted to thec qualhi,
led electors of the Statte at the nuct.
That Section 11, ot A'liele It, of
he Constitution of tis. Stata, as
umended, he, and is her'eby, str'icken
'nt, and the following Inserted In
leu thereot: "The~ goueerL i eloi
'r' Benatora andi Reprseutgtives
'ha~il be heldi In
--I r t a
-Wp pre but hised to announie Do N
. TWAT' A IH M,1as a b9andidate for te%,
entIon to4Congress. .
A'or the Senate.
Sir The many friends of COL. R. E.
BOWEN announce bim1 as a candidate for
the Senatvait. the ensniing election, subject
to the Democraiconomination at the primary
election. This announcement is made with.
out the. knowledge of Col. BowEN, but 1his
frlends having an abiding faith in his dis.
interested patriotism, make it, believing
tha he cannot and will not refuse .to be
come the People's Caudidate.
$W That DR. W. T FIELD is a man
of ability, all admit. His integrity and
purity of character, unassailed. That he
has claims upo' .ihe Democracy of Pickens
County equal, if not. superior to those of
iny.otlher plan. no one can deny. He is no
time server, no policy man, no demagogue,
and while he is no office seeker, his friends
have obtained his assent to allow tlhe use of
his natne as a candidate for the Senate at
the approaching primary eleciion. lie will
make no canvass, because his record is well
ktiown. But his friends will prCs his
olaim with vigor.
For the Legislature.
*g,. The friends of J. E. BOCGS an.
niounce him as a candidate for the House of
Repre-sentatives, subject to the ensuing
primary elect ion.
Iff. The many friends of GEORGE F.
ROUINSON respectfully announce him as a
condidate for the flouse of itepresentatives
at the ensuing election, subject.to nom-'
inatlon at primary election.
3&- Fs,.v.ow CITtZE~s : Tiake notice that
I J. LOOPlER nm a candidate for Repre
sentative of the propile of P'ickenas Couny a&t
ensnaing election, subtjctL to with of the
P~:oPL. t General Election.
For Probate Judge.
gg Tho friendl4 of J1. B NEWBE;:Y
resp. ci fully anui n co him na a candidtiie
for Pi'ohate .hndge of Pickenas (County at the
ensning etectijon. enbjnet. to nuomination.hy
the eincraic pmrty at prinuary elect ion.
gt~y The friends of J. ii. NEWTON re
sptect Iully inutnce hItm as a enundidate tar
Prohnt e . iudge of Pickenis County at the
next evin lg eleet ion, .enhject to noitnn
lion by the IDemoncratic party atprmy
For County Commissioner.
EML The friends of F. C. PA ItMONS
-spect fulily annuce him mis a ctad idate
forJ.onnIytimtni.sioner of Piekenis Counuty
tat tie enlaielg elect ion, sutject to the pri
mary13 elect ion.
lig The frien~ds of 0. P. FIF.LD
respect fully alnnoun~ce haim as a cand.idamte
ror Countty Commuiissionecr of P'ickens Counjty
'it the "nsuing elec t tn, sublj.'ct to a n~otm
ination by tihe Democratic party at primary
11. The n~any fir inds of L[AlBAN
M AU LDiN respect fully an.,nounce him as a
canlidlate for re electiou to the ('tice of
County Commissioner or Pickens County
at the noxt enisning election, subject to
nomination by the Democratic party at.
primary election. The record of Mir. MAUr.
nflN forces us to make this annouincement.
gg The friends of -ELtAS DAY re
spectfully annocunce hin as a candidate for
re-elecalon to the office of Counity CoXmmas
sinner of Pickens County at the ensning
election, subject to nomination by the Demr
ocratic party at primary election.
e 3&- lhe frienida o A. B. TA LLEY re
spectfully announce him as a candidai e for
re-elect ion to the oifice of County ('ymmis,
sloner of Pickenis County at tihe next, en
suing elect iotl, subject to nominat iona by the
Democratic party at primary election.
For School Commissioner.
S&' The friends of 0. L. DURANT'
respect fully annori'. um as a Cati ''late
for School Commissionmer of Pick ens Cotta, v
at the next ensueing election, subject to
nomination by the Democratic party at.
For Count y Treasurer.
126 The friends of J. T. Hlir1( respect.
fully announce him as a candidate for re
comimendat Ion to the office of County Treas
nrer of Pickens county, by the Democratic
party, at the ensuing primary e'estion,
3g,. Thei friends of R1iW. B. IIOLDERt
respectfully announce hli as a candidate
for recommendation to the office of Treas
nrer of -Pickens County, by the i"ooeratilo
p rfy at primary oelon.
.W The friends of JOHIN I1. lOWE~N
wieneetfully hnnotnnee him as a candidate
for reentnmendation to the office of Treas.
urer of )'Ioketaa Ooonty, by the Democratio
party at primary eIeetion.
W*re ngflt to ib .fqltowin* Ce e be
Fairqahar' t-is ftf ta o
glues, Saw Ml an a $*b
3 ullet I's jmproaect Msgnotaf Ootttn Gii
with Self Feeder and Cohdensir.
blassey's Universally ,opelar Excelsior
Dotton Gins and Griswold Cot4on ,GIn with
Belf Feeders and Condensefs.
Grist Mills, Walking 'and. lUding Culti
vators, Reapers, Mowers, naut A!2ti4 tural
-t. will pay every Farmer who'.makes Qn
his plntation 15 Bales of Cotton toPbuy
nue of Farquhar's Vertical Stenta Engipes
and a Cotton Oiu,
This makes an outfit with but little ost,
and yet every part of the machinery is
made of firmt class material, which matkea
the Engine just as endurable as a more ex
pensive tnachine, and Is sore simple and
much eaaier to manage
FOR L1IIT WORK,
Suoh as Ginning and Threshing,
Vertical JEnagine Is Preferable.
We have sold these Engines for the past
two years, and In every partioular they
have given entire satisfaction.
We will give every Man to whom we have
sold as refercuce.
We can furnish either of the above Gins,
and will Unarantee the outfit to perform its
duly. The amount saved by Ginning yout
Cotton at hoine will Pay a good Interest, on
this investment. Sen for price lists.
J. H. Morgan & Bro.,
GREENVILLI, %. C,
June 22, 1882 40 2m
AND EVERYTHING NICE AND CilEAP~
DR ENNA N&.BR O'S,
EA0RILEY, S. C,
c'OME YE CAND)DAT7E$ AND) SET
UP TRRE SODA WAT'EI-jf yon would
be electecd, yout amsst. keetp cool, and have a
qusiet earnspaigna in order to win.
Ilave asho an excellenit STE)CK (4' Q'RO.
.WElt IE8, P r ovb~ions, Conifections. &c. A Ali
>f' which they propose to sell Chieap for
LD~sh to tiIhose who~ usay give them a call.
jiuni 22, 1882 4tji
)I4. WESTMOtELAND'S TETTERI OINT
MNT'I will cure alt Skiu Diseasses, Hud~h as
I'etter WVorm. Ring Worm, Scald [lead,
Barber's Itch, &o.
MAUACTUuItED ANDP FOR SALE BY
W',holesatle Druggists, Mansion House Block,
Greeniville, N. OI.
For sale by DRI. J. WV. QUILLAIN, Esaley
ju'ne 1. 1882 37 6
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I. he First Schools fo.r Young Ladies in
he United States. Surroundings heaiuti,.
rui. Climate unsurpassed. Pupils from
eighteen States. TERMS AMONG TilE
iiETsi IN T H E UN ION. Board, Washing.
E~nglish Course. Latin, French, Gertman,
Iustrumental Music, &o., for Scholastic
y'ear, from September to ,June, $288. For
Datalogues write to
President. Staunton, Va.
july 6, 1982 42 2m
STA TE OF SOUTt[ CA ROLITNA.
CouNTY or PI0KENe.
Viary P. Folger against Mary A. Ostes.
B Y virtue of a Deoreo i-a Dower, made In
the above stated case, and exeontion
ssued .therepnder by 0. L.. Dumrant, Esq ,
Judge of Probate for said County, 1 wilt
tell before the Court. House door~op Sale..
laty in August unqi,. durinig t he usnal hourts
f sale to the highest. bidder for *ash,
All that Piece, Parool .or Treotr of Land,
lying and being In this @Qusny, and State
aforesaId, wifhis of near tie.Tota Qf Eats.
ley, on both tides ohh tg .iCsfed, lead,
ing inte Kasley, bebg ba geipita f the
M4ary A. tAes J*t44 Overla~g the
raet vi d dsqd .4) Mary
i mO, no or
~~wiumwna~ di' flair ~
fron New Vok, whr
the GI)ODA now Oh a
and the pricealtriAright1
00 sutits Complete -'
.119 Sutte Comp)ete t'.r
130 SIfs Conplete o
85 suts Complete fo
Suits in abndance. Sut t
everybody at .all riovs, fron t
prices mentioned up to $8600
please tle most fast..11o4s;
fit; we have the latest Stylesi
64 Dozen of -the FamenV
Sqirts, both Launderod ao4 n'i
at popular prices. They are the
in the market. It will t.(ke but,*4 1
to convint:e. The -fit is perfect.
Collars and CuwM by
The very latest styles, HosIery
inlkerchiefs, Cravais, Ties, '
&C., to suit all classes.
Don't buy a' Hat without frst insye
our tock. It -I1l pay you. We oa pY*
an old man. 3 have the Nobby Ha-toikj 4
lie young me . Wopa.t'mis the bo
Our Goods -e boight for - cash. 31ne
always hats the inside tra.k, so- we a -
positionD to offer
Come along and get them .it
I. F. FAIIElt'8 OLL SAJ
aip 2'0, 1E8J 81
- tatc of I80ouutk age
COUNTY OF PfCKENIk. -.
IN COVIRT OF COM MON PrA'
Dru Ann Lee. Plaintit, AgaftWnt Nhs~
* ds. .John~ E~b's. William, J. O
batahi A. .1liiammnond, Laumr.t. LOn e at
1'ausah F. Ihitlrhiam. i-anQia \l. D '
Bitutus l)urhsiam, Elm ina ibakawN1d~~'
Jamt'-4. Alamlisa Edh-s and L, 13. *n.p6 ,
Deicudjnuts -"ourm.Azxr ? W RLI Matt @
TU the Defeh~denuti above nmed, 7
0OU aire lhereby ia-mmene.i rind veqnir.d
to anIiWer (t co.mplaint in the afmovo
st ated avt ioh, wichl is Ii led in the o91oe o
the Clerk or the Court ,1 4 l'non Pieas for
l'icks. counmty, anu'.t o sekv- a copyt
y ourP aniswer Io U he sidu coipi lai m.1 i
subsenvibers, atI I hir~ Oti~Ou, at~ PickonijR 0
1i , 8 C., within we.niy' days &ftera lie
mevice~ here.of, exclusive of siuen ji.~
mnd if you fail to anms.wer' tu -cornmpJ.kt
wit bin that timeo. thie iPianiff in 1l
ion' wilt aplily to thme ('ourt for the -glic2
dienmnded nam thle comijplajint. -
[L~ S J. J LEWLd, o c p.
Nut(TON, KMll'il & HIOIL LNG f~?
TO the Defendanti, Elmina Deurbam 'i
naotice thait lhe con:Da~linmt in tis netIv'. .
1led in mte ofiion or rue Cle'rk .of t10 he
of Commaion Plieas for Plckens eemnt~
the, 29thi day of' April,-18b2, anidk &lit .
iabiecis Of SalidI tciou are to patrtitiqi.*
sell the reali estate of' Farnuy Dur'hatj
ceased, anid setle ihe estaute by payui
d1ets; anad distributioni thereof accordl#
NORTON, KEITH & HOLLINGSWOR :~
jun ~.188 Plaintiff's A torne~
E. W. Marshal l &::
Wholesale and Rtail dealos .,
Next to )'erguson &Mie
GRE~ENVILLE, . . g
Samples Sent When D~sv
may4, 1882 838
NOTICE' OF-FlNAlL BETLE
NNotice Is hereby giyen; that.
to0 bL urant, Probate J
July, 1882, for leave to miake '
settlement with my wards, *J~I'
Hoggs, Thomas Hi. Bogp, and ,
horton, anid ask to be lsch~.
from a G ustd inn,.
E. K. 20U,04 i,
June 16, 1882 gg ~
A GEFNTLEMAN who stI
froi Nortons DeJ it
Decay, and al thie efo
ceretion, will for the sak'
maunity, send free to allHt~
cipe and direc~etio get
remedy by whloh he was ou
wishing to protit by thiea,~~I
rionee, Jn o so
rioncde ne doW sob GO~ii~'
streel, New York. I
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