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R ADLEY, ditor b
P CK 1N 0. H., 8. 0.:
TiiS'k PT. 1', 1882.
"'or . scription, $1.50 per annum, for six
V1117 s, 75 -, n8; strictly in advance.
Ade fisme-nts inserted al one dollar per
aquar o , inuch or less for the first insertion u
ind f.iny s for eaeh subsequent insertion.
Linhare d- -nt made to merchants and others
aderi'' r six months or by the year.
Cha* Votices and Tributes of Respect
: i advertisements.
A n'n Candidates five dollars, in ad
HUGH 8. THOMPSON,
FOR LIUTENANT GOVERNOR,
JOHN C. SHEPPARD,
FOR COMPTROLLER GENERAL,
W. E. STONEY, of Richland
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
C. RICflARDSON MILES, of Charleston
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.,
JAS. N. LIPSCOlNB, of Newberry.
JNO. PETER RICIIAlIDSON, Clarendon.
FOU 8SPEIINTENDENT OF EDUCNTION.
Rv. ELLISON CA1ERS, of Gre nville.
FOR AUJUTANT AND INSPEeTOR GENERAL,
A. M. 31ANIGAULT, of Georgetown.
Coun t y Ticket.
W. T. FIELD.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE,
W. P. BERRY,
J. B. BOGGS.
4OU PROBATE JUDGE,
J. 11. NEWTON.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
0. L. DURANT.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
A B. TA LIAEY,
B. 8. FRmlEMAN.
.For Con gre ss.,
I~ON. D. \WyArjrT AIKEN,
The Oreenbaukers in their long array oif
charges against the Daiucratic party in
their "address'' to the pe ople, do niot, inl a]
eingle ilstnce, refer to, oI condemn the (
corrupt ions of the Raidical party. Tihis is
Capt. I~aile. wlho it will be remnembered,
shot andl killed M.ljor llair in Camideni somec
time atgo, was tried andl nequit ted, at Cam
den last. week. T. J. Mackey, was emlIoy
ed by the friends of Ulair to assist in thle,
prosecut ion, and in hiis condluet of t he case'
endeavoredl to manke it llppearII t hat the kcil,
ing of Blair was a 1'ulir ical muirder. VTe
witnesses for (lie Statceconiclusively dis,
proved this, to say nouting of ;the'eviden~cen
of the witnesses for the dlefense, and Mack-t
ey's effort to miake political capital out of ti
an unfortunate personIal diaflicult y fell still v
born, it was proven that. I.aile acted en,
tirely on the defensive and killed Blair in Mi
self defense, NI
Mackey says the Greeniback tick
et is headed by the plow anid the a'
hammer. Those tools benefit man
kind only whien they ato in the
ground and on t he anvil.
The Rads seem to be stiring in every see
tion of the State. They hope to succeed
under the disguise of.Greenbackism.
Pickens did not have a single delegate ini
the Greenback Convention. Was it for the
want of material, brass or brains that te
Oounty wa~s not represented? t
Stanton, the Gireenback nomninee, is a
barkeeper at Seneca C'ity. We suppose if
the Greenbackers succeed in elect ing (lie ir'
ticket they can re-esta'blish the barroom
the Radicals had in the State Ihouse on
more economical principles, as they will
have a man who knows all about the busi- ~
ness, and can toll good nmountain "dew"
froa rotten "pop skull."
The Greenbauckers will need a
good supply of hair balsam after the
7th of November.
The Democrats of Peckens County 5
should not be lulled into security by ~
thie supposition thaut we will have
no opposition. There ist a vigilent,
unsorupuloust enem.y in our' midst<
ready to take advantage of any cir.'s
Cumniance that will likely advatnce I
the interet of the opposition. Dom-~
orate abiould sleep withi oneey
It wotald be a good thing for the
'Green baok party, if McLuane would
aorrender-himself and h.s paper to
i 1b lion4 Jobn S. Richardson peremnp
dec*f11.lines to become fa Independent
~ddute. for Congrels, and sayslie Oan
or any ticket ,outside tho Domo
t .4 ay:"o ucedfrm
ty. El. say.: "To succeed/or my
4.. L's ~o defeat my party. If I could
t,'4Qt, 2 .N
reeRackErs in ConV*etion.
A ConvenOtienrot the GrVeenbtok
ar ty of tlhi State was held in*ol
inibia last week. The f"UlioWAM J
Ig ticket was plteed in the field: th
Fur Govornor, J. Hn1drix Mo
,1ane; for'Lieutevant (GvernQr, R. r
. hito; for Attorney General d
.B Farmei; for Comptroller Gen. ,
rid- Siieon Curley; for Treasurler.
V. 11. Stanton; for Secretar'y 01
ta te Thomias Baskin; for Adju- rf
nt and Inspector General, Julius
Jough; for Superintendent of Ed% 0
eation, Rev. 1. D. Durham. a
Some good rnen are found in al. 8
lost every political pnrty, but point,
you cap, to a single name upon ti
hat tielcet, distinguishod for good 0
ublic service, or for devotion to t
ight principles. Where is the
irestigo to give the party force?
Vhere is the mental :or moral equi. n
ibrium to keep it from tottering to
>icces? Self interestbrought them e
o a focus, but the interest. of the
rood people of this State, will surely (
catter them in darkness again. The
>roceedings of the convention are
is deficient in policy as they are
vanting in principlo. The party L
-xpects and invites the hoarty sup
)ort of the colored voters of this
State, but it has adorned its ticket
wiLh men, who have nothing to re
.onnend thei to the colored men,
3xcC)t their opposition to Deno,
ac 3; aind we tit iue tLhat ao in.
telligent colored man, with the ligh ts
which the preselt amillinistrittion
has set before hin, can conscieni ti,
ously endorse, eitlher the men or the
1O:1hures of the Greenback Party.
T1"o what a piteh of self -pronotive
patriotismn (lid this grand conven%
ion rise! when it camno to nomina
t s118 for Conigress! Jaimes 13. Caimlp, I
bell was nonunaiizitCd for the First
Di trict., Judge Mackey (or the
Fifth .District, ). R. Ilkin for the
Fourth District, T. 1. Russell fot
the Third District, and Dr. Bowen e
for the Sixth District. With these a.
ror the repr'isenitin.ives, would not
'ur' Stato cUt, a glorious figure at I
A colored mem~nber' of the c'onlvenfl
-ion wanted to k now what his raco
and a right to e'xpct of the G reen- li
Jack lanrty. J'Te only truec aniswer
,o that question (can be tound in the a
ibtor'y of' our Stato fromi 1808 to
876. T1he I primon ohl 'et of the
te enback party is a repel~titioni of 1
hat eaalt of cr'time itand robber&'y. j
L'hieir only) ho~pe of 5Iuccess is butt a
brough dislletin in~ the Demo- in
ratic party. Th11isi t"ourco of light u
v'ill soon he enut off', t hen they will O,
C Jelt in (dat lkes arid53( be oblitecr:'t- OC
d by the'ir 'VI ownconfusin.i1
By aut hot ity' of t lhe Execulttive :'
ommlitttee, tho lollowing p'ersons ('
roU anniouniced as thle nineemilOs of as
ie .Deimocra tic Party', selctedI at ofr
Ijto pimlary elect ion held in Green.- to
lie coun ity on the 2d inistatnt: 4,
For Ilouse oif ltepriesenta11tives- giv'
.F. Ansel, WV. L. Mauldini, J. J. tro
ackey', WV. A, McKelvyco
uor Probuate Judge-LZ-S. J . D~out hit :a
For llegister' of Mes-ni C'onvey,. ev
oe--T hiomasU L. WVoodhide. Cui
en ned y.
For' A uditor--A. 1U. Smit hi.
lot' Couty Co'mm'flissioner~ts-.-. T. t h)
ihakel'y, W. P. Z. F. LNet es, Archecy thi
amnsayv. d a
SALTr LAKE Cxrv, Septewhler 3.-- i
'lhe Utaht Comisis~tionters hav'e con., X
Iudd Iihie wa'ork' ne(CCLs,1:y to sec(ure
t-outghI revision of' the legistra. L
ion lists. O~fficers are beinhg a Ipoint, 11
dI ini every counlty with depu)ties in1 et
a ch priteciniiet., ami~ountingi, to oIver 350,d)(
n tall, with p)Ooerto purtge, the lists of
very voter dits1ranc~ohisedt by thle Ed,
iitndos law. T1o t hiis end it beam~iie (3
ecessatry to (direct that every per-. I]
on, nude or female, who( siie the 'y
mzssa ge of the hlaw of' 186'2 has at
ny time lived ini violat ion of said
a1w be ref ::ied thbe lighit of fr'a
h ise. 1 This v'ery sweepinhg order is J E
:oncededo t o he w it bin h o initen tioni| I]
if 11 lEdmundlItlos ha w and1( is end~or'sed1 A
y thio legal fr'atexii;ty, thle pre'ss
mnd all anti- Mor'mons generialy.
Every person owniung even a small Gz
ar'den spot should set out small A
ruLits, and to know when, how and tI
"hat to plhant 5(end( to A. M. Puridy' ei
aulmy'ra, N. Y ., for his catalogite
ont frteo to all atpplican ts; or 25
enrts ini stamps will get his O4-page h:
Small Fm Oit Inistrucotor" H'le ailso ti
ihhhei 20-pjaso montihily paperi ii
'alled "ThUle Fruit itecorder' And (Cot
age Ga'rdeer,"' price~ 81.00( p'er' year,
>r rm this t ime to D~ec., 1883, only at
11.00. lie 5ends a specinmn copy' (h
roe to all applicants.
A mob took posseassion of Mount in
V'ernon, Inud., on Snunday inight and "n
urned the home of the city inar'shal h(
mnd cornmi tted ot her vijoloee, -i
g uardi ng the telegraph and fele~ C<
*hone to provenit calls dot' assist ianco. e"
awp wasot the uo ofthe o . 3'lqura
---. to ue. oftetit.0
A i ucs.tli
iMiiewsi e toyaswt
omy tinofe wasin b4to e. wt
ntn~9lrntfon of d- i.'a, '
agd Radicalisu--A blil
- Mvd-ad. Made.
(arolina Demooiaoy, La t
their platform, that their ob.
3Iast reform. retrenchment and reliet,"
"1 "by honesty and eeonomy" they might
educe the taxes," and lighten the burdens
upon the people." This declaralon was
peated in 1878 and 1880, and is reaffirm.
I In 1882. To ensure "economy with effi
ency," in every department, ot the State
avernment., is, as before, tle aiim and pur
>me of the party. Whether the Deiocra.
I will succeed in acconlpiishiiing what tirey
sire can bejudged by the character and
cord of the candidaiem of tle party, and,
move aill, by what has been done already.
The State Democratic Committee have
tained official statements of the receipts
rid expenditures of the Stale tinder Radical
rid Denowatic rule. ' lhese statements
low the taxation in every county eneh
ear, the nsscssed value of (lie property
acl year, and the amount of money taken
-oil) the peol)le in taxes, for State and
ainty puiposes. These slatements have
een ordered to be printed and will be sent
) the DemocrAtic newspapers in the State,
) the County Chairman, and to the candi
ates on the State ticket. The statements
ill be found too large for puplication in a
ewspaper as a whole, but they furni.b, an
Iniost. inexhiustible supply of campaign
iaterial. The comparative statement, of
xpenditures tinder Hadical and Denmocrat
rule is ready, and the printed copies
rere sent to the Chairman of the State
olmnlittee on aJonday last.
The coinporative statement above men,
ioned gi es the arnounts puid for different
urposes in ea;chi year from 1868-69 to
880-81, beini seven years of Nadic-l rule
nd five years of Democratic rule. The
eaviest expendi tiures, for ordinary purpo
es, by tlie Hadicals, were inl 1872-73, and
y lite Deanoeuras in 1880 81. The tc
ounat standa as follows:
alaries $ 230,800 $120,800
oU1it ingettt funds Exe
Cut ive D)ep.itimaents 37,500 2,800
' at ionery f or State olli
cc 11. 1,700
ivil C(ontingent Fund 37.600 500
eg islatlive expelses 21.2,3i11) 42,ooo
'mlblic pril l ing 33 1,900 10.70)
entitlem )inry 7-5,400 50)
'111lic Asylum 112,400 64,900
leaf, uuib atid Blind
Iustiite 11000 4,700
tate Orphan Asylum 16,000
tate Constabuhiry, or
gaiizati on of mtailitia,
pmurchalise of IiIis---e x
penses of Adjutant.
General's oflice 25,700 6,900
ierest public debt 418.1t0
undriLs 188.600 32,100
otals of oi-'lintiry Cuir
rent eXpeilse'4 '- .,35S,200 $691,700
T1his exh ihils at a glance (lie differenice
ci weeii 1tiilicil prwdl igmy and1( D)emocrat ic
101101) u~The Hi c adien Is a p-11t LW11 a lyIiv ice
1110, as t e1 , 14, i I.0I
undes 188.G00tj:Ilst ,~,*~tlI i 321001
'otas of rc: nrycr
rent~u expenss. $133,0 ,879-1,700
This exiilsaa gxbTlneM ther difernce
e*wee lim 15ln15 prollicy andt Deocrtic
~lcny IThe lientsru sent nriu ear tic
r muce as the Democra iDts.t Tvhis ist ot)(
heaii luulal paid noa i iet oii ter pub.
e'ii. de t in l(1),3, hi le I theC~lM, lieru
*idi a ili.isintrIeu , (4I.0 in wl o Vt .T
icais lo.Ii d the~ geo In-zen L1(lncC -,i .:ne
enses, S .I $ 2.00 ag uinsti-?llo, a hw terb
le la 5itig ] $1071 j . , ev is t if:(1,0i0i
e cii rg n ~ ovnathe le ene lci .i i .
puIre ,11,0, becha'~vi~ ae the ui cas id
>'' luhit iuni inl 182-7;, bfl lei.ddi .niato
lie ito epi de y th l e fi.. icra , ha e
Ils ar:1I~o i'ieie. ' e r :k
m ciira (ic ei e it ar es. I si -ui.g , i
Whie itlialo $ ex,-dtue were01 nea1 frr
-'e iiie Vol ger il libe l8mee.-nwti exa.
g intoi' eaeua1 o Ul tt..rhe debts which the
iilitaos )e t beit. l j' trn , (r fnu e r t
cr SThee na r e butm 0,f whiteI voer
uth GtritlinX, an upgtothem fais
arC ly the whl Pmue ofi ll tonx Slie. The
iong.,Iu etd y Lhe Demoet, on mN
)oVnts, X:V0 i) <qal)f, towtove dohrs
ahM 1atevery whi spnine, XV n e.
is is what they l:ine, Jbyi Demeerit rul
the expendtiitr . for sl.rie, legihativ I
ehies &c LIi li 01he expndousn ow wezrke
rentlias in El72 7u3, verowhie m
tlockett, rhe woutiaetbeen Johire S
daytts uai txs llotMh inadi~ tio t
he acorny Cof)h foigures wtae haf
encannoi t he de~inited 'hy are Sake
gtitiIt l Dey int880-81:it to aig irya
whflie~h peolel0 of 0,00l~00,0m $1 fo
ry whie voter in the yiae.-deus am
mer.o ht o 89,Wi~blte
PiT ogbe J rm~as.-Ted foloing is'l
'0 lst s I ofpetit jorrs drawn g fori~ ie
ti Septeme tem f outo
Mauii lis : d Fergusn, G Wilot
mer , urerils-P iamilt ony Sheriff
gBroeswh, Davb A Parraot her Ne
>ws lil fald Parsonsat- Nrewto Te
acsl tin,'11)1 Jae AiuSse o CobbAn t.ny b
te, Thomais ates Joih ntattiliI
G inetscDa idera Garin, Aic r Fc i
ad hrdes Ion A asley, Johnc tiDl
eietlete, a erClntv Jonwlf raig,
hitn lA hoaily.on, Jon W Bareyd3
eddox, Wmculd FoGreLin, Colaint.
cergia1 is etimatedon box thl Stave
weiiarfgi et 01 t' orst.e ae.heye
wonderful effect on the worst me 'ri,
Musical and 84bhath 6ohool uonven
-LOpi of the procoedings of the
Pickens Counuty Musical and 8ab-.
bath Sohool Convention, convened
at Mountain Grove Church aecord
ing to previous appointmeut, Au.
ust 25th, 1882.
Called to order by President T.
Opened by binging and prayer by
Rev. R. S. Lowis
The -secretary being absent,. R. S.
Lewis was requested to act as So
Received letters and re-enrolled
natnes of delegates from quite a
number of schools and societies;
after which the convention proceed
od to the electikn of officers, with
the follo'.ging result: Prof. G. W.
Singleton, President; Rev. R. S.
Lewis, Vice-President; Fied. Wil
Ajppointed cominttoo on atrrange
meit for exercimes, which arranged
tor music at intervuls, intersporsed
with the usual rottino of business.
The conveition had the pleasure
of hearing it very interetiig and
appropriato address, Cloquently do.
livered by Dr. T. W. Tollosion, on
the subject Of 6abbath Schools.
The musical exercisea were con
ducted by Profs. J. G. Douthit of
Anderbon, Al. C. Smith of Green.,.
ville, and J. E. Boroughs, J. M. Por.,
Ler, J. D. O'Bryait, A. A. Simmions,
L. T. Wiml)y, J. 1). Tomkins, W
T. Dodd, J, F. SinIgleton,and W. W.
Norris, of Pickens.
Prot. J. G. Douthit entertuiied
the convention on bunday crenlinig
with some of his best Iusic, and tin
address uipol 0t importaneo of a
thorough trai..ig and education in
the science of music in normial
.chools. 1He acquitted himsell in his
us. creditable, con vinciing _I:_
IaI))y atiyle, iuch to the in terest
and entertiinmeit of his audience.
The convuiiLion WaS also entIer,
tained on Sunday eveing by the
reaLd'ing of an ablo1 add ress prepared
by. lion. W~V. G. Field, wvho w n. u
able to be pre-<enti, 0wtig to afiie..
CXoider'ing the inelemen('rcy oi
thie wea Itier thIe con gi eention was
large, uittetive~' nid well behaved
show~vinIg t hat they were wei center.i
La ined by the exteleI! n mu..,io and
atllwr e xcist.es of the Ch cvetion.
with Mlut TabneLho (uChare, ! wVo
runesC iromi Cenitral1, on Friday be--.
f are the necOnid SnbbathI ini A ugustL,
I M3. The [intor of ii.ho I i chc at
0(1o1nt Tabor, is requtested to de..
Ii ver an in trod uctory adldrs at~ l 11
o'clock on Frtida~y, from the suhject
The itrogramme for neQxt coniveri,
ti01n will be puiblisheud boforo con..
vent ion convenes.
Th le conv ~enition is u1nder mainy
an md lasting obiligaition to 2ilountini
3rtove Chlurch anmd v'icinity, anid es
>c':ia~lly the lad ies, for the cord ial
selcome anrd hospi table en terin.
net exitided to it during its ses.
On motion, the Secretary waus re,
luesecd to prepariie a synopsis oi
biese proceeding .s and recquest T1uii
L'CK ENs SE~NTIN FL to publish.
On motion, adjourned to Limen antd
FaED WXILTAtra, Sec'y.
Nla. EnITon: T.hero wazs a pro.
traeLd meeting held with the Holly
51protg Bziptist Chutirch, anid con,
titnued 13 daiys, coniducted by Reva.
J. M. Stewairt, J. TP. Burdino, A. S.
W hitire ii, anud Nelson from Groen
v'illo county. It resulted iin 16
membersCtt beCing added to the church
by3 expe)rience. Met at thie water oni
the 14th day13 of the meeting, w heni
llevs. ;J. NI. Stewavrt anid J. T. luir
dinte hapjtised all Ithe con verts, and
thbey were received in the chiurcli.
le~veni of' the members are Sabbath
sc hoot scholatrs. C
Last wook on the Camden road
hutseven miles fr'om Columbia a
negro m an named Bill Johnson, alias
Shu tller, commrnit(ted an outtr g(oon
assauliit u Prn M iss Sa rat Casn~tell o,
at maiideni htuy about Iforty ye(atrs
old. Theli law wvill p~hursue the etl
lender with unitiring lroo ~ mitl he is
(captuI 'rd, thien *Judige Lynrch wl
be at to patss upon his caso.
'1The presHidIing etler who wvent to
cotidjuet thbe dedicaition of at .ow
Mt hodist Church at Grand Rapids
prolvidedl for, and ho saidl ho had1(
promiise~d God not to dedicato any
moro duno bills, mnehan ica' lions and
Personal!i To Men Only!
The Vuhalo Belt Co, Mlarshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro.
Voltaic Belts and Electrio appiances on
trial for thirty days to men (y,. ..~ r
A Loss Preveuted.
May lose thea-eauty ftom the hair fall.
ing Or laoing. Parkyls Hair Dalsam sup,
plies neeekeary nourimment, prevents fal
ing and grayness "ad is an elegant dres.
For the Legislature.
fi- FELLOW CITIZENs: Take notice that
I J. LOOPER am "a candidate for Repre
sentative of the people of Pickens Coun-y at
ensuing election, subject to WILL of the
PXoIPLE at General Election,
1,00 L u.'a Whi'e Lead
JUST ARRIVED AND WILL BE SOLD
for the present at 10 cents per lb.
Large stock Linseed Oil, boiled and raw.
Paint Brushes, All styles, always in
We will sell you the same Machine Oil
for 60 cents that cost you usually $1.00 per
CALL ON US FOR
Schofield Engines and Presses.
Estey Sewing Machines.
Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machines.
Clark's Seed Cotton Cleaner, best thing
Times Cook Stove and other varieties.
Cook's Evaporators and Victor Cane
$2.00 BeadIsteads and other Furniture.
Wagon Material, all kinds.
All kinds Oil, Copal, Varnish and Tur
pnntine on draught..
We are prep.aring a comfortable wagon
yard for our mountain trade.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST.
We hive the largest and cheapest Stock
of General Merchandise in Pickens.
IKORTON & B1 WN,
Liberty, S. C.
sept 14, 1882 62
M. J. SMITH,
The Leader of Low Prices,
has Ren -Ved to the Briggs
JAMSLEY, S. 0.,
AND WILL3 OPEN A SPL.ENDIl, S1'OCK
;F F.ALL AND WViNTEI
NO TIONS, U \TS, UG'( TM, 8ITOlis, iSEED
O . fo na I rG ii.\T'I, oni c' Groceries and
thd ii.t& I .' allI to call awl extamine stock
r~'d prices', f.or he wi ntot be
lrtg-is hitn Dress Goo:1i; Bargains in
(Cahc'c.e.. i'trait,: in a 1.-vesr te; lX. rsge.:ns
in H Iitlbbons stao Laices: lIbtrp iuns inl IlOalerJ;
Specaial l.arpuins ini I$:ts d she
Fine TobaIcco.. at.i Cigors ai specialty.
larmns ini everytin g. It
A vway.s g'. t i olqbpmrt ers to buy wh at
v ol wnfit Ca eng for C:&shi
sep 7, 1882 cit
I offer for Stile the Valuable Prope-rty
:non na the EA$Ll. [10'1EL.. licuated In
he~ thriving townI of Eatsley Stattioni, P'ick,
na5 ('ounty. S. C. Th'le Jlotel contains 15
C ooms, an 10J I F)iire Platet s amJ all ot her
iecessary Out hu ii hnge. Onte acre of Lad.
Th is~ pr operty can hie t reated for privately
tet weeni n ow and 8oleday in Noven her,
it . if nt d(1ispo~sed oif att pr ivat sale, by
hant timtte it will be sold at pubbet outcry to
lbe h ighiest hidder.
TIElhMS-0ine-half cash, balance on 1..
ntonths tinme, wvitia ntote, good security and
norn gage or premiise..
1). F. BRADLEY, Agent.
sept 14, 1682 62 8
STA TEI~ OF SOUTH1 CA ROLINA. 10T
CoUNTY OF P~ICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
M art ha 8nmith t al Phdint iffs, against
Anrana~ L . Smaith t al DefetndatIs--Coat,
PL.AINT Fonlt EtI EF, &e*'
JN l'beiece to a Diecretali Order madue ni
in th te ab ove st ate caense, otn thle 6ith
la7 of .Junae, 2882, bty the lion. II. C. 1(
Pressley, Presiding J adge, I will sell to
thte highest hidder, at Pickens~ C~ourt iue at
duint ~ig t he 1legal lhours of seale, ont the first
MIonduay in Ic obuer, 1 882, all of thIiat. part
of hli a L A EST'AT'1. of ,G ovini U. Smui thI
dlecensxed, recomm iienided to be sold by the
coluiioxiners appoinited for that, purpose
int raid order, to w it,O
A II of thtt Piece, Lot or Parcel of Land,
cooiir hr --three and One~hall'
Acres, mtcre or les, adjoinintg Ilitis of tdi
Abhner Mutl in i-:, .Jtno W. Wison and others,
on brtanchtes of Eightecen Mile C reek. p
'lPEBMs-Onte hialtfcash ad the other half
oan a ciedit of twelve miothls, wvithI interest hui
tro iuy (of saleI, sectured by bontd antd pJ
111n1)y- withI a m otgage of' thle premalises
solid; the purtchaser payintg for all dleeds WI
an td inotLgages, andit firr ecordling the sanie,
wah I leave to anzt icipazte pIymei.i'ida
J&)Alu NIAIJLDIN, 8.P.c.
sept 7, 1882 an
Staite or S''ot Caroliuna
COUNTIY OF? PICKCEN8.
1Yi ine of an execution to mte directed.
I il ell to the highest bidder for
~ashi, at Pickens8 Couirt iouse, SouthI Caro
mon lie first. Monday in Oct ober, A. 1D
882. dluring the legal hours of sale,'
All of that Tlract of Ltaud, lying in the
state antd County aforesaid, in Ilurricane
rownshin. on wae,.. of Mil Crek o.
GIREENVILLE, . . S. C.
We haave on U~and a Large
and Well Selected
To Suit Ever'y One of Our
aug 31,1882 50) 4m
P.ENS3 OCT 0BErb 3d.18%2
(Courses of Si dy-G neral Recience,
echanbtic andl Engi neering, A\griculture',
lassical couirse, JiLin course.
Paritial CouIrses4 in I'nglisuh Studies.
ranc:ical M arhemoatics, Pract ical Agricul
$tudents admtijttedl to any course for
h chi they are prep tred.
Anniual Fee of S0O, for r-epabirs Board,
r rivi(at i ilies. fromt $12 to $13 a monthI
xcce.l t d in messtss at from $8 to
10. Enatire expenfles neced not exceed
125; ought nlot to exetxd $175.
IUlN.J. 11 \l N Sl.OA N,
Seoretary of Faculty, Columbia, S. C.
aug '24, 1882 '49 3m
PrenF:Ns C. 11., Aug. 15tb, 1882.
N accordance with thle Supply lul ap,
proved Februaary 9tb, 1 882, notice i.s
~reby given thait Ithis oflice will be open
r the cellection of taxes
Friday, Neptem3ber' L~it,
ad will remain open un il October Cl1st.
ie rate per centr.m~ of taxes is as fol.
WS:tate purposes, 4S mills.
C'ountiy purposes, 3 mills,
Past Inidebtedness, 2 mills.
Railroad tnx, 8 mills.
School tamx, 2 mil's.
Poll Ta x, $1 00.
For thle coenvenijence of the taxpayers I
ill n'tend at. thle following places oni days
LIied, to wit:
(Ctraul, Alonday and Tuesday, 9th and S
Liberty, Wednesday and Thursday, 11th
idi 12th Oct ober.
Ensley, Friday and~ Saturday, 13th and
I Ih Octobier.
Dacuanville, MondaIy, IC(th October.
Piumopk in own, 'fTuesday, lI 7hI.
Eestoe, Kitng's 8tore, Wednesdny, 18th
Hulrricane, Thursday, 19:.h October.
Anid for balance of time in miy office at P
o Court Ilouse.
Taxpayers will please attend at the ap
intments by 3 o'clock P. M.b
In all cases where the May Installmient
S not been paid a C
enalty of I ive Per Cent
Il be adlded to said l'istallment.
All taxes remaining unpaid on the first,
y of November will iuncuir a
Penalty of 15 Per Centt,
d will be collected lby dlistress or other
se until 15th of Novemiber; after that ti
te the County T1reasurer will proceed to n
Ilect by levy and sales oas provided by i
Taxs are payable in the following kinds o1
funds: GJold and Silve.r Coin, UJnited '
ites Currency, and National Bank Notes. at
J. UE. BEOWEN,A
County Treasurer Pickens County. It~
aug 81, 18S2 60 tf bi
GREENViLLE, s* . D
I1HE next Session wIll begin September or
20th, 1882. .m
EX1X PE 8isS. c
CIANCEl OF ALL
WE ,WILL FOR THE NEXT
OFFER TO OUR FRIENDS AND
tho public generally, the best
chanco to buy a
Fka UM1D of ClOthis,
AND WIHEN WE SAY CIIEAPf
Look at our reductions in prices-.
Suitt formerly sold at $28.00, wilf
now bo suld for *21.00. ,
Suits formerly sold at $23, will
now be sold for $16.50.
Suits formerly sold at *16.00, wilr
now bo sold for $11.50.
Suits formnerly sold at $10.00, %,till
nowbe sold -it $6.50.
All other Goods, such 11
Will be solo at proportiouately lckv
) rices. 'I his is done to make room
for our ilrge
WJNT ER S TO CK,
Wh icvh woC expect to l-urchaise sOon.
Remember ~ theseL' 00:1 mu -
nog 7, 188. 46
Tette21" Ir Eni ent
DRWETM:iL D' TlTTR 1
tEN"I wfll. uealR n anes u
jurber'. lch. &c.U
un 1ThAl rr
GRUEENILE. S C.
3KARD, LONG & CO
Y 20th August we will he read.\ to re
paimr ali! ki'-i of M.\C,'.lRY EN
I1NES, & c. Ua~vinig o firsit ClC dr,
ill be able 1o do all kinds of Cast gs ilk
'on aind Birass, eiither birge or small~ Our
hoips are si muated at. C'ELY & JPOS.
uehouse, West Greenville, where 'liwill
e gilad to nmeet our friends, unnd lo any7
ork that they maiy wa nt. We buzyhcrap
-oni, Brass, Copper, leadl, & c.
W. 1. LONG,
aug 10. 189~2 47L mI) ji
OUTHI CAROLI:A ELI .RY
CIRLE8TON, 8. C.,
'ill be re--eslalishhed October 1st, 882,
fully organizdl and1. equiipped.
Col. J. P. ThOMAS, Sup
ay Cadeots Received from any ,ate
hut to secure~ ud mi.ssion, applicat io: met
made in a-lvance to
(h:N. JOIINSON HA000O
hairmnan Bord Visitors, Columbia.83.
Address for proper forms, informnatj., &
aug 17, 1882 48
l1E aidveit iser haiving been permia ntly
cured of ihnt dread disease, Con mp
on, by a-simple remedy, is anio: to
ake known to his fellow suffer,; the
eans of cure. To all who desire it, will
nd a copy of the prescript ion used, fr'ee
charge) with the dtirections for pre Ing
dl using th saime, which they will d. a
re Cure for Coughs, Colds, Consum on,
sthmma, Bronchitis, &c. Parties wi Ing
e Prescription, will please address, ovy
A. W1LSONy10 1 Penn street, Willi sa
arg, New York.
Er'ror~s of Youth,
'GENTLEMAN who suthrtid for ye a
from Nervous Debility, Premat e
acay, and all the effe its of youthful in
etton, will for the sake of suffering ,
ftnity, Bend free to all who nt-ed it, the ..
pe and directions for, m.akin. .....