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-I'f~ 48ENTIN EL.
PICKENS C. HI., S. C.:
THUSDAY; 4, 1882.
Per subscription, $1.60 per annum, for six
months, 75 cents; strictly in advance.
Adve tisements inserted al one dollar per
equar. of one iuch or less for the first insertion
ad flfty cents for eaeh subsequent insertion.
Liberal discount made to merchants and others
advertising for six months or by the year.
Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect
chargedfor as advertisements.
Announcing Candidatet five dollars, in ad
Vote for ilugh S. Thompson for
Vote for John C. Sheppard tor
Vote for W. E. Stoney for Comp,
Vote for C. Riichardson Miles for
Vote for James N. Lipscomb for
Secretary of State.
Vote for John Peter Richardson
for State Treasurer.
Vote for Ashury Coward for Su
perintendent of Education.
Vote for A. M. Manigault for Ad
jutant and .ntpect'or General.
Vote for D. Wyatt. Aiken for
CJOngnrogs, 3d Di)strit.
Vote for W. T. Field for the
Vote for W. Hf. Betry aid J. E.
3oggs for the House of Represeni.
Vote fotr J. HI. Newton for' Prao
Vote for' 0. L. D)urt, for' School
Vote for A. B. Taulley, Elias D~a
and U. S. Freeman for Coutnty Comn
The Demoeratic party has given the Stat e
honest and able Ex'cuttives; honest uand ca-~
piable State oflicers; honest and intelligent
legisla&tor~s; honiest. able and pure judicial
officers; and impartjil and whlesomeC laws.
The laws are equally and impart illy en
forced. White winged peace pervades ev
vry section of the State. Our people are
becoming more and more prosperous~ and
contented with the increasing years of' Dem,
ocratic supremacy. Real and1( personal
property has enhanced in value. Securities
of every character are better. Rlailroads
and factories are being built. in nearly every
section of' the State. All the States obliga
tions are met promip tly and there is aliway sa
a surplus of cash in t hte Treaisury, ~'lhe
State Penitentiary which cost, under Rladi
cal rule, sevenity five or eighty thtousani.
dollars a year, is now paying into the State
Treasury from forty to fifty thousand dul
Is there a'n honest man in South Carolina
who de sires a change in this condition or
affairs? Surely not. But there are some
who once hdid some claim to respcttability
t hat are now trying to rei nstate the old
Radical party under false colors. When
that paxrty was in power just the reverse of
the aboveo ristedi in the State. Shall we
now through indifference, private piqures or
sure-headedness, permit. that party to re
gain power? Let, the answer be an unnmis
takable negative on next Tuesday.
"An Independent has no beg inning, no
end. He must be a Raudica'. There is no
hali--way groundl.-SeecL of Sen ator' Butler
October 81, 1878.
The Marlboro Moni/or, a now paper, well,
edited and well printed, has baen received
at this office, and placed upon our exchange
l'ist The Monitor is published and edited
by W. L. Thomas at Bennetteville arnd is
thoroughly Democratic in politics' We
wish the Monitor long lhfe anid much pros
"What we expect. t~o accomplish by en
dorsing the Greenback ticket is not. any
immediate advantage, but to teach thle peo
ple of South Carolina the lesson of' divis
ion."--Tom Mdller', of Bleaufort, in the Radi
The Democratic patrty during the
six years it has had control of the
State Goverunment has saved the
tatXpaye'rs sev'en mbiln five
bundied thousand dollars.
The Radical pat ty during the
eight years it had control of the
State Government, stole about twen
ty millions of dollars from theo tax..
payers of' the State.
The Democratic party is the only
party in South Carol1ina Competent
to control the Government.
* Tetm . olgweIfteOee+
"Tet s acoming w wl ef the voesn
bu oer, sucedw will alloe all votes
ased power. and will swallow an att sta
.The- ntertaiwnent giveQ by our High
School last Friday night was a complete
suocess in every respect. The students all *
acquitted themselves well in their several I J.
parts of It e programme, but we think, for uent
fun, tit -Possom Run Debatin' 8'clety" ,1Q
was a little ahead of anything of the kind
we ever saw, and all the boyR engaged in
the debate deserve much praise for the
manner in which they acq'itted themselves
Tom Joe Mauld in's political speech capped
the climax and carried everything before it.
We hope lie will be elected to the Legisla.
From this entertainment we could see
that. the scholars are making rapid pro
grets, and Prof McCaslan is still growing
in popular favor as a teacher.
The Democratic party is the only
party that ni givo you justice, T
equality, right, good government (lot
and hotno rule.-Wade Hampton, Cot
October 12, 1882. ofI
Let the Greentback-Rndical-N% oil
groCoalition party in Soot h Caro- I
lina be buried uvidor a nlinjority 01
at least 40,000 next Tuesday. W
J. lendrix MoLane and his small crowd I
tre as diligently engaged in slandering this Kit
State as any carpet bagger or hired newspa- j
per liar fron the North, ever wits. McLane soji
in an interview recently published, in a I
Washington newspaper, declared that South tai
Carolina had become so corrupt that fair I
elections could not be had in the churches. Wi
We have been called '"bulldozers," "Ki- I
Klux," "assassins," "cowardly nutrderers." 'J(
"'js d Shirt. Sioux," 'diabolhcal brutes" and I
"'systemittic perjurers" until we are used to F (
it. But. no previous slanderers were ever
meatn and biutalt and mialignatt entough to M
attack our religion aid declare to the world 'I
that. Souti Carohta preachers, elders, dea Cot
cons, class-leaders and ventrynen are so 1141
corr'tpt thiat they worship God under a rec
church governmtent obtained by swindlitng. to k
Our churches were satetutaries att the
hountdis0 or wi cih Chamberlain, Scott,
Moses, Paitaersot-even Mackey-paused.
It. was left. for Met claiitning to be Soith
Carolinians to invt'de with imtpious hands r1
our houses dedicated to God's service and
tbeiear the pulpits anl altars with politi,
This t.ian McLane is falser than any
scalawag and ieaner ihan t ie menanest. of
Iaihicals itt his condtuct atnd words. lie
shotild be driven out of tlie State witI a
larger mtajoirity than ever overwhelmed any
j.-ublic etst'bfo'.Uet'l'N s
1:uh ic nemy b for.--re evill F-->f.sil
"The man who is against us, tht Deno- the
cratic party, is a traitor to htis State.''- tio
Wa~de llalmp ton, Octo/ber I2th, 1882.
Radicals in Disguise.
Wade Ilamipton in htis camtpaign speech
at Lexitngton Court flouse, on thea 24hat, uit., Stt
'I ha Gr'eenbaickers are nothing but. Randi
cals itn disgui so In C'ongress thIere were iii
inmte of' thIetm, and if t here were attything
Iit shoutld inake thet people ot' Suth atro- Ma
i inat turtn t heir baicks otn tItbis par 3' it is the j
f'act t hat every onte of te G.1reenaback Con- Gra
gressmten voted agtainast thIe Dematocrats on
everty imp lor'tatt quiestiton. They t urnted Ic.
thir ba11cks ont thet ir bloo I andl coun try and
turt nedl ouat Dibble tc pu in suchl a scoundairel tart
as 10~ Wa. Ml. Mactkey. The roiadt lie U reent- (
backers anid I ndepeutdeits tollow leads itto La
luadicalaim antd, staidi thle spjeak er, if you t
shoty tn.e a Grteenbtacketr or' an Intdependeniet thela
I will show you a traitor to his coutriy, a des
manal whto f'ot selfish cotnsidet'atiotns would sji,
Hacr'ihice all we htave gaittedi itn ihe pas! six tot.
3 eat's andt~ drag thle staut~ndr of' good go v- ces:
etttnttett itt thIe imire '1 There are otnly t w o
pat!ies itt Soith I Carolina-ont the one side
itelligence, virtue, caphital and biorecsty, otn
lhe oilier tall the d issat sfied elemttsii , (
Grt'enb~acker~s, Iidpendetsa and Ittadicals, n
all mierged into one. I yout wishi to see --
Sout ih ('~arolinta itade pr'ospertouts, free antd
happy, do not1 tor~sake the old party.
"In the presant cotnditiott of' races and
part ies in thet State, ant Inudepetndetnt is, it
possible, wos thant ai IIad ical, fort tae is an
enetty whio siceals thte livery of licaven to
serve t he 1)evilI in'-"-Wade Jluampton's~ letter
of'Junie lith, 1882.
Canvassing in Washington . -
A correspondlent of the Necws and Courier teav
telegraphing fromt Rock liillI on tIto 22d ult., reda
s ay's: fled.
McLane pavsed tip the railroadl to duty enas
roni e or Va atshinagitn. lie sait itn thet Ildies' "". P1
cona with htIis back tona closed wittdow tad thitn
till thle w indtows neatr hi if dow n,, sneaking wilh
ad paile, lie lookeid every inch'I a coward. lhe
Sotme of thie boys nid to per'sutade himt~ toha
tun Itis liead, implotring gently, but lie w
coutld not be inducedl to grialtt'y thbenm. lie keep
looked as though Ite wottld like to ge tun
den the sent. The boys only sought a
glimpse at htis face. nothliing mtore. lIe has
gone to bring the Military Giovertnor. CIA
Thtis is thte tman who when speaking to
the mongirel crowd thtat nomrinatted him foy' vinc
Governoro, said: '.By t he Etet'nal, I ill be look
Governor or we will have a military gov, . 'tos
ernnment." lie was vei'y bt'ave thteti, butt. A
when hte met theo ttue men of' South Cat'oli-ou
na, fuace to face, his cout'age oozed out very
qutickley, and like a cowardly cur, lie runs T
off to Washington to apfeal to the Radical hv
party for help in his desperate cause, lie, andr
indeed, is a nice muan to aspire to the hion- $1.0
orable position of'Governor of the grand old $1.0
Conanmonwealth of' Southt Carolinta. Ouat with for
al uhDemagogues. "any
*** - Ft
IRzemember' to c'arry y'our cer:tifi, delic
icato of Registr'ation with you to the
polis8 on (day of' election. Yotu will Tu
have to exhibit it to the mnaugers
beforo you can vote. Rememtber Al
this. 1 Iaru
This is a fight, between virtule. goodi
intelligence and honesty on the one R.
side, anad vice, ignorance and( cor'- no
r'Uption upon the other'.
- .e.*- yIE
D). WVyntt Aiken has~ been weighed JIit
in the baince and not found want, asI
in~g, voto for him next Tuesdniy. Liver
- +++ Glean
"Arn Indlependent in politics is like a lul si
fr'ee-t hinker in religion. An independent desire
itt polit ics setsa hiisjutdgment up against the
oombined wisdom of the party of' which lien
hans been presumed t o have been a member.
-Speecha of Senator M. C. Bitler, October Not
"An Innnet thon-h ha 1a tiaka A
For the Legislature
i Fat.'Low CIVIusat : Take ate that
LOOPIR as a madidate ihr Repro
alive of the people of Pien Couny at
lug election, subject te WILL of the
ma3 at General Electiou,
PIUKE NS 0. H., 8. C., Oct 27. 1882
H E Doard of Commissioners of Election,
for State and COuLy officers, for this
inty, met on tihe above dame at Pickens
irt House, and organia -d by the election
R Horton, Chairman, They proceeded
lie appinnment of the following Man.
ra of Electiun for State and County
Iastley-J W Brunson. A M Runion,
i M Hiagood.
'entral-John NI Guyton, T L Robertson,
,iberty-A T Clayton, W 8 Smith, Thos
ickens Court. fouse-J C Griffin, J K
ksey, B F Lesley
)ncttsville-iohin 0 I)avis, Geo F Robin.
. W N llughes
usnmpkintown-Jats B Ifester, John Chas
it, F A Martin
asiatoe-Jas C King, John W Thoinms,
liickle's-Josiah Chapman, Benjamin
>rton. lBrigit A Burtz.
lurricane-Jason Gillespie, J J Herd,
'ross Plaim-W R Clardy, WI M Smith,
'lie Managers are requested to meet the
nmi issioner4 of Election at Pickens Court
ise, ion Situird y the 4th Inatant, to
!ive the ballot boxes and poll lists anu
E R hOl'tTON,
W B ALLGOOD,
H D ROW LAND,
Commissioners State Election.
ov2, 1882 7 1
Picsiis C. 11 , Oct. 27th, 1882.
OTICE is hereby givesn by the uinder
signed Commissiin rs of tihe Congres
inl Election, to be held in Pickens
sity on the 7ti November 1S82, that the
owing nmed persons have been by
tm appointeil as Managers of said elec
Casley-Johnt A Easley, 0 8 Bolt, J A
~entral-T C Robinson, T C Martin, Blen
sims D (jarvin.
2ibersy-W K Boggs, M T Smith, 8 D
'ickens Court Ilouse-WV T McFall, WV
lowens, J II Newbery.
Jiasile- ii I Morgan, .J C Alexanider,
'usmmpkitow-V S Jonses, 0 Mi Lynsch,
Casmtao-J M Stewart II J Lewis, J L
I inckle's--Thmos McKinney,Silas Ilinsck..
A A A lexandmter.
uriic. ie-T'I W Tu'lli'son, Reobert Stew
, it nSeele
'ross l'laiis--Reto~r SmnithI, Jamnes K
ithmi, E E II olc.-mb,
homie ones, or umore, of' thme mesmers of'
severa'ml luitards of .\lanatmgers as. abtove
igniated will p lease mtur i' he'~r Commis
lts at t his phrece otn Sat urday 4m ba ins~t .,
he puarpose ot recei vi tsg thme boxes, nse
sary mitr~uctionsH, &c?.
Rt A ('1111LD,
A W hllUDGlNS,
1' V (.3LAI 'ON,
Ommri ssioners Cotngressionmal Elections
ISv 2, 188'j 7 i
[JOCK TO THiE NE W STORtE AND
buy your (000)DS cheaper t han you
ever bought before. It mamy be a mis
to somte part is h w we can isHell at suich.
ced prices; come aind see aind be sam is..
W'e guarantee our sales to be exasctly
epresensted, and always have a good
sly of prices quoted on hsand. D~o nut
k, when you call for these Goods. you
hear thec old cry "jusst out--yesterday,
day before or a week ago, butt will mi
a large suspply in to morrow." For it
ave tihe Goods un hanid ansd will always 0
e have a large anid well select ed lot ofM
'TIlING, arnd cani sell you for $3.50 a c
tiftul staque3 suit, which will cost yout w
0 every where else. You will be con. N
ed when you see it. D~o not fail o Sm
at our Ladies' Cloakes, they are or the O'
heaustiful styles, troms $1.00 to $10. in
iI kinmds of' Fancy Notiouns, too nmer
to menmtions prices.
ithese we solicit youmr attention. We of
bought themi at very reduced prices
to satisfy ouir customers of thes samie we
a most excellent coffee 10 pounds for
0, which will cost. you 7 pounds for a g
0 any where else; anmd Sugmar 10 pounds
$1, which costs llects per poumnd
where else; Molasses from 87j to 75cts
our that bakes well, rises well, and eats Sa
:ious, for $4.75 per barrell.
licoes, 20 yards for $1.
ts, 10cts to $3.
p Sole Brogan Shoes $1.86.
ots from $1.26 to $4.60.
ins, tihe largest stock in the county.
I kinds of crockery, stoves, tin and
ke noticee of these prices and be bene..T
by them. We will be pleased to shtow
, if we do not sell thmen,. of
El. ANIDEIISON, & CO.yo
2, 1882 7 6m the
DICINEA FOR 8ALE 0"
E undersgned keeps Clarke's Life ser
lalsam, constanitly on hmand for sal e; pha
)r. Dunmlmap's original King of Pains 'ml
and 'Kidnsey Ueguslarter anid Blood for
ser;j50 cents for trial bottle, $1.00 for
ze. Medicines will be delivered whens
d- J. C. M A ULDIN
lower Postoffice, Picken's Co., s.'C.
2, 1882 7 ly T
TO oD btr reios I
le oD bos rdtr
L peryn Inebteda to th hal a
W. T. McFALL,
OR FINE TEAS, COFFEE,
Sugars, S'tyrups, Flour, Ba
tol., Lard, Rice,
lootn, Shoes and Rubbers,
Sole and Upper
3arpeater's and Shoe fak
- er's Tools,
Tobaecos, Cigars aid Cigarettes,
11 at reasonable prices, and no
EASLEX, s. C.
AM RECEIVING THE FINEST
LOT OF FURNITURE
ever brought to
25 Bureaua at bottom prices.
25 Walnutt BedtLead14, ranging
f rom *6 to *15.
50 P7il anrd other Be'ts from
82.50 u p.
All k inds ot I'aTrunl and~ Ssingle
iLarg~o lot of Bed SprineM, Wire,
1altiek :uLm Cottoni M ;a t.' resses.
All kindsI of Undertakear's Goods
hQn P. (consiat i nig of .--Cofli o, GuP.
et.", ilurial I IobIes, etc (.
G~allI to seei ta:e, price thle Goo'',4,
tail bie (conv init~E that you cain do
a4 well at hinie a~ e'lM(where.
W'bithi tanks4 I'or past patronntev.
A. M. RlUN&ON.
Oc 6 82 6 8 no
To the Farmers.
I respectfuslly inform you thlat [ am now
>cat ed at EAMLEY, and prepared to hanidle
>rCOTTON here and sat LIIBEIlY.
My facilities for selling direct to Ex
>rters and New England Maufsciurers,
ill enable me at all times to pa~y you the
[ighest Cash Prices for your
A. B. BhIOWN,
Easley, S. C.
oct 2, 1882 3 3m
jyvirtue of authority upon me conferred,
in a Mlortgage o1 Personal Property,
ade by M. J. Sn,ithi, of Kasley, S. C., to
e undersigned E. E. $mithI, of 8,ivsarnuah.
eorgiai, I will sell to the hsighest bidder oni
bursdaay, the It th duay of November 18S2,
Easley Station, in Pickens County. Stuate
South Carolina. the entire 8:OCK OF
EitullANDISE of the s'aid M. J. Smith, c
*nisting or Dry Goods, Groceries, liard.
ire, Cutlery, Boots, Shoes, flats, Cusps,
msions, F'ancy Goods; one fine Fire Prosof
efe, anad other store fixtures, aind every
her article or thing in said store belong
g to the mercantile business or the said
Sold under and by virtue of a power nyron
a conferred by a mfortgage from rthe snid p
.1J. Snit h, oad bearing dlate the 26th da iy
June 1882. E. E. 8M l'II1
Per R. A. ChIlLD, Agent.
oct 20, 1882 6 g
tate of Sousth Carohma.
COUNTY PICK ENS.
COURTl'OF COMMON PL EAS
muzel Neal, Plaintiff. against Elizabeth
Freeman, WV. II. Freeman, Mar, J. Bar
on, W. J. N Barton, 8arah J.' Garr'tt, -
ruiomias W. Garrett, James A. Neal,
llenry T. Dodd, Diana Dodd, Julia Dodd,
losephitne Dodd, Martha Ebbitt ansd Johnl
J. Ebbitt, Defendants. --SUTMpos FoR
ERLIEF, (Complaint Served.)
the befendants above named:
VOUJ are hereby nunmon~d and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which a copy is herewith served upon
i, and to serve a copy of your answer to
said cornplaint on thse subscriber at. Ihis
oe on Main Street, at Pickens Coutrt
1se, 8. C., within twenty days after the
'ice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
vice: anid if you fail to answer the corn.
int within the time aforesaid, the plain
io this action will apply to the Court
the relief demanded in the complaint
hated October 26, A . 1D. 1882.
L. 8.] J. J. L EWIS, c.C r
CHIAd. P. IIAlRFRT,
the Defendants, Elisabeth Freeman. W S
Freeman, MIary J. Barton and W J N ri
akentice, tath mmnInti
ake not ice. that tha ......
Fateted ec. th. -77
I f1 s oinor hepope fSot
C arolina thtw r h o nr tti
Coder u n e to nt i tta dh v
Agnst Fl isinalteConis l
-it w es wl e i ok te ilb
cnid o t u poiyoe l te
moe f s apnng G n. I ae
tr et.a e o th wt a el-oit r
0- -lilo Jako0 ont.G oga
ans - feetrdoebeofhsctn
las yers 0tat tteNrhGog
r nS ishingo the GinsFled oy Soth
..I.achrne in t e aoun tie es of ens A
weronru and vren illi hi te, il pl s lare
Aoenty, t. lC.. andw illt then."antiAgent
(an onero wil th e i work Te will bnl
Co2vicet per isw. roit vral a e
mode of ~bs Rein GE. BO t EN. s
trtveI pertoth w . Ieed. pintY . r
sep 28. 1882' o2'~cun Cony G ri
or~' t prsn tI rat eth er No hb. r
Larger stckrrised o il $0 pried and w
aintes Bschre, ll tl a lwayst fi in e
byte wFisll youche." m M cin i
Soaa ield Engins and resllsens. Aei
itocel t onsi Wrc hy alol
aE osty Se innain. o or. Pie
Wh~ eel~er aWi.o eig ahns
Clark' 2See Coto Ceaer be ttn
Timo o k Lbove and o Larees
Cork'epsEnapoator0snd Vier Can
$2.00 Bestead nd Oboled Funtura.
Wagon Mauseia, all knsye,. lasi
We willvelo the laan chaie tOil
(1111TON U FRO
.i hlW ashal&
Wheelesal andlo eaing Deaciers.
Times CokSet anWher Dreire.
$2.00 O B PaIAL andoter Fute.
TO BE PAID ON
Trun ks, Yalis e s
UANDI ERCE g &,
That you buy from us. Our Lu
FALL S TOCOK
And we invite everybody to Ca
Exai tine Our Good1s.
Blerore Buying ElIsewhe"re.
MeYJAIfAN & GWINo 4
GRFEN'VJILLE - . . - , b ,
Oct 6, l88 . 3
DR. W EST MORI.A ND' TTTKER 0 [N T -
MINT will enre.: el ,n Die
Totter Worm, Rint Worw. asa
Barber's Iteh, &e.
MA3NDrACT~,.. A'* YO1 y to.r
Wholesale Druggists, Mansion Hoeus. Wi
For sale by DR. J. W.'QUILLAIN, Asa..ey
june 1. 1882 37
GREENVILLE, S C
BEA RD, LONG & C0
By2btb August we wil ,i ,,esd, ~
pair all kinds of MACjilNERY, rr
31 NES, &c. Having. first Class Mloulder
mil be able to do all kinds of Casting, in
ron and Brass. either large or small. on
Shops are aituated at CELY & B~iro:
Warehouse, West Greenville, ihere we. "i
>e glad to meet our friends, and do euj
york that they may want. We buy Scmp4
ron, Birass, Copper, Lead,. &e.
' M. F. BEARD,
I . LONG,
t- Y & BRO.
aug 10, 18R2 4, 4,
James G .Black,
[REEN VILLE, . . 5, (.
[UWELRY, GREAT VARIETY of Goods
IELIPS THlE GIRGAXETT',
Any child can mnake Sweet Miusic eer
eec ly. Prsic. $10.
81'ECTACLEq. yniu e et gloss sad far
,W Give me a call whea -yout visit the
aug 10, 1882 47 6.
fH Eli advertiser having beena permanently
*. cured of that dread disiease, Consump
lon, by a simple remedy, is anioeus ;o
take known to. his felow sufferer, the
ceans of cure. To all who desire it, he will
sad a .op of the prescription, need, (tree
f charge) with the directions fob'prcpering
nd using the sasme, wh ict 'hey ~will 6i
ure Cure for Coughs, t:olde.. Con.,imp 4
athma, Bronchitiu, &c'. 1 w e
e Prescriptin, will jlease rmes'
.A. WILSON, 194 Penn Street wil1l
urg, New- York.
rwrr of Younh,
GEOFNTLEMAN who *uafered for yeer s
1. from Nerroits Dei. . ...
When You Come to Creen
ville, dont forget to
Call at the
Opposite Dr. Walter's Drug Store,
where you will find the largest
and best assortment of
In the upper part of South
M. Warren 'Ford,
sus i is-a Mnager-.
A Bran New Stock
In Old Stand,
iments Furnishaing Goods
[MREENVILLE, . . S. C.
1 am in buuinies& entirely for my,
elf, andi I would be pleased for all
ny old patrons and friends to call
nd see me when they come to ~
ur City. I carry a larger stock
Please don't forgot that I am in,
y OLD STrORE, where I have "
on doing business for the old
L. ROTHSCHILD. ,
Oct 5, 1882 8 4mi F
71R2 INBURANCOE AGENCT.I