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<< Y, AP%1L 5, 1883.
,ubperptoni *1.80 per annu h Jdret:
15dents; atrictly in adnance
' "tisements lnaerted at one (oilat p,
a of one iuct or less for lhe-Jfrct iterlit
s" : cs entic for edeh esewiteni inserliont
iraciscounl made to *nrtAhat and other,
Sidoertilsing for Iit Months or by the year.
Gttuwry Npotices and Tributes of Repec
O4 edgedfr as advcrtisement.
eing VCdndiddtesAodE dolare in, ad
' . rdAlCil... .. .
Ih was rumored in lichmond last Week
that Governor Cameron. of Va., hat been
offered the position of Postmaster Oeneral,
but had deol'td. This is tho irst time
Vince the war that a Virginian ..- s been
offereda place in the Cabinet.
Riley Anderson, colored, was conviced at
dreenville last week of the murder of Lou
Qritnh, tlored and her chi'd, an account
of which was-published in the SENTIs"L at
the time. Judge Vallaco sentenced him
to bt ting ot Friday, the 18th day of \lny
The Anrlerson Intelligencer recently came
'uto possession of a letter written by J.
Iendrix McLane to W. W. Russell, it
which the insida workings of the party ari
briefly set forth,
McLane writes urging lhinsell, as Chair
tn of the Greenback party, to call a meet
ing of the State Executive Cotittittee, am
S;: bays that. he and Judge Willard think it o
much importauce that there should be a
full attendance of the meibers. Judg<
.Williard's connection with the prosocutiou
of the Democrats in the Uniticd State,
Court and MoLane's visits to certain see
tions of the State shortly after the inectinp
of the committee, is proof enough of tli
purposes for which the committee wa
called together. The prosecutions foulower
immediately after the meet jug and, infer
- ntially at least, lie Greenbackers, throngl
bheir Executive Commitee, co-operatinp
with Radical oflicialr, put. o foott lie ta
licious prosecutions of Domoerat, now go
ing o In different sect ions >f (lie Siat.
W. D. Cash, son of the not'oriou W. 1L
C. Cash who killed Shannon In a dnul. Ind
was the Radical Greenback- I tipenlent
candidate for Congress in the 5th I)istrict
at, the last election, got into a porsonatl dif -
fou'ty with one of the Fairlield1 prisoners
at the Grand Central hot el in Columbia rv
oently. The gentleman withl whom he ind
the difficulty was an old grny h:"lel man.
Court to oc iti4 A...u ~
weaponis. Now thie Federal anthoirites
assert that Cash, as a depty larhal was
in (lie diseharge of hiis <muties (knocking anx
old gray heaided inmn iidwni ini a lpersonatl
d tliculty) aid his ease mnust be ustrnired
to thie CUn id States Court. Judn geoh loii
has permit ted the case to be uxtranere
where the State will have theo casc argued,
and make an effort to have it tranisferredt
back to lhe Sttet Couirt tor trial. Btut we
suppose t lat Cash, like all thler Federal
otliecils who hive commaititinel otfenices
against (lie Staste and private citi .ins will
be tutrued loose, aind comm iendedoi by the
Federal atih (oriis'for thiis "brave" net of
knocking down an old gray~ hieite.l Daito
eract. We sutppo.se t hat if' a Federal otlicial
was to commtuit ian tinmteittioinable atssaiilt
utpotn a lady, (lie Foderal au ithloiit ieisiswoti
olaim (if he was not lynucheda by (lie people)
the tight to have hiis caseo tnsferrd toi
the Federal Court for trial on the grotindi
that lhe was in the discharge oh his dutieis.
0. F. lIighitower was shot. ami danugetr
oushy woundedl in (lie moun~itatins of (I een.
yille last week li ighitower, it seems, hadl
been ua blockiader aitd several indictmnts
Were pending againist himt in (lie United
States Court, butt like a great mansiy ot tters
have done, lie turned itrormier t o save htitit
self andI was pilotitng it party of revenutio of.
doera through '.mountain s at the tme
he was shot. ' u woiiiid was misdo by ain
ordiniary rifle bitllet attd a mn (if t he itimti
of Watson is accused of (lie critio.
The Augusta and Knoxville Railrond
Company L,.3 made arriangeiieits to pay ogh
the past due interest on ha r-oad. It is
stated that arranugeiments have alhso been
ixsde by which thxe iterest accrutinig he,-e
* afler will be met prompltly, and thte roaud is
thus relieved from its embarrammietp
** * - - -
, Thero weiS six donvictions~ an
thrqo plea8 of guilty in the Court o
sca&ons at Groenuville oun the fitrs
daty It openeld, Ittst week Judge wit
ince remarked thaL toh butd nieve
known IN htis oxp -rienco nj so mitt
conlvictionsu in oue day. fThe Jutd,g
n. Idopted the planr of I5on Ltncing thi
::' peLsonors jtltt ne $00on as they wer
cotnvicted, t,bus dispetnsing with "set
tenco" day. Thefu Greenville Een
nllommen~utitng onl this unpreceden
number10h of(,ontrioiouns ini one dat
##oe&kAitor~ Orr the folh,witin
~. OO0 JlmenOt:- "Thia celerity is cr
4' Ml1 idat Ocmplimentarvy to thm
. 61 t.or, and hto deserves much cred
QShUw kill muanner in whiel
qp #ere preptared, thtere bein
~ IDR *ts.r
A,- *.10 or d Al i~
Uder t 're,At, Rtof CongreAe '
reduce Internal Itetentie taxation,) &e,,
will be seen by the following eatrao tfti
taw which we nake below, fYer' at
producers of tobaoco are alloWed to se
to consumers at the place of productIon, s
.inuouut not to exceed one hultred dollar
free of any tax. , It also atl0wb the farme
planter or lumberman tb 'anpply their It
borers or employEes *[t) tobacco withot
the payment of the special tax, to a
amount not to e*oced one hundred pound
this is a great relief to our people, wit
ean now taise a Small quantity of tobacc
and dispose of it protitably without a viola
tiott of thu latw. Sections 2 and 8 of tih
Act bearing up in this qucstion, read as
''Sf: 2. That on aid after the first. day
of MiIy, eighteen huniired -nd eighty three,
denlors in leaf tob:cco shtll annu:ialy paty
twelve dol,lars dea1er:1 in rnanuacttured) to,
bacoo slit l pay two dollars And forty cents;
All manufcrurers of, tobacco shall ray six
dolirs: tanntfacturers of cigars shtll pay
s,t <olt; peddlet's of Iobaoco, snttii1 and
cigra ishallt pay peci l t,axes, as follows
'eddlevr of iho liret clss, as notV delin.
ed by law, shill pay thirty dollar.z peddlers
of the Isecond claSS shall pay Aft(-e-'n dollars;
pidlers of Ihv third class shall pay seven
doli's and twenty centts; and peddlers of
the louIh claiss shall pay three dollars and
sixty cents. Retail dealers in leal-tob:eco
shatll pay two haudred and fifty dollars,
tad thirty ceits for each dollar on the as
nluuut of their nonlly sales in excess of
the inie of five hundred dollars per autmtuu:
Proviled, that far"m,3rs and producers of
tobacco may sell at the pltlct 'of production
tobeco if t heir own growth and raising att
retnil dircect.y tn consonlers, to an amnonal
not. exceediig one hundlred dlollu's at nn,ally,
Sec. 8. That hereaiter the special tax o
a dealer in maulcutured tobacco shatll noI
be roquiired from any iirnier, planter of
lumberman, who Irnishes such lobac,:c
only as til 1ons or supplies to his laborerr
or employees, in the raine iatiner is othei
suplies are i-shed by hin to them; pro.
V idrd, tll. the iggregate of the sau p es 01
tobacco so by him Iurnished shall not ex,
ccel in guIinii,y 1() p~uads in -iny ot
-specieI tax year, ttnat is from t.he first daIy
'of lay inl auy yca tnulil the :10t.h diny o
Alpril inl IIhe neXI yeatr: and provided fur"th.
er, thar such luarmer, pbintert or Iumtberma:1l
siaill not be, lit the imnoe he is "furn ishing
snch stplplies, enttg:ge I in the general bst
ness of selling dry g >ds, groceries or othet
sintiler upphes ill the mniner ol' i tler
chan1 or storekeeper, to other tlhan his own
ent,ylo yees or laborers.''
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Upland Up-Country Rice
There it no reason why Cireenville and
the sutrroutnding count ies shottld not rais:
tlii c,e:real tore extensively- Sote of olt
tliuitrs havs begun to realizo r his, and aI
iong them are .J. I. and T'hom:s louwen,
of 'icl ei , who have grown iiuplad rico
(;Cet'y liros. Itte jst. shipped a car" Ioad
of rough IIp-country rico to Chiruleston,
nbout the latrge".t consignmtent of this ,I
ticlc rais,ud ill itis siirs on ior" soime timlel
Iio rice will be cleaned and S.h il j
C'lslon. The price receive,4 will br
Iom i ill $1.etl per b ltts~s. It is 'less
troui le to raise it than) cotlun, a,td it is
Ilum^!:t to be mo~re protitnhle. ("ely U;ros
h:ve ordt"ref i rice mill lor the Mlessts,
Probably the Largoet Farmer in the
lli'rm Sibley, of Roc'hester, N.Y
is said to (( h th inrhlges9 t, farmr in
the o i bOl . ie ownsi mor0e ilhat 1
hitunit 11( imip1 ove'd farmso. Otto in
Illinis,ii formeri''jVkno twni as the ''Sti.
livanitt I"urnit," c'ontains 40,000 acres
nit>ther' it 1Cnyhnga Co , N. Y., :3,500
acr ies. "Farmertli Siblevy" IS not0
ha.'ving long been' identlified with
great :omft.ceciaI enteri--es"C, anid
workI' jing lIrder' with his1 he(ad thanit
wit his hi itils. Ii o or'guaniized and1(
was(I for over'I lilte year ~ itls prtesidet
Co., uand hast als-o hatd extensive rail.
road I intere'sts , 0especi all y ini the
Soth i. 110 is Inow theI I heaid o ftn
& Co. is allre':lly ai hout.sehoIld woolt
itn thouts:alsh of homes, to wh'tich
Ithirii hu-m,ii gardienii and floiweru sed's
a110 s9tnt oneh 3 0,Uar. i'~ Th 0y.nottn
ftorniishi seeds, brti also vaIiluabe i
fltimationl ast to bet.~ mtiChodsi 01
h"rowIingt' them IIiThey1 publishM thur
eitionot of whuijib totinsI prIizo eC,.
''crops; alsco the farm'u, Seeds Maualc
wihib' tives a rare fiund' f pJntiical1
those4t hitl<s( the nomI1inalt pr10 icof t.ou
(Pents echII is eb'orlgodt, but they' sendi
(Cattilogueic free to acll apij ean 18
lhiey are0 IIndolubLodly a g''od hioIIs
to doal with.
n ioui IAV''l TA INS ('0u tNO-~~The followu.
iniglragraphi from thl Cii hailotte~ 'Jonrtnal
hller~vr n i ntel!(sI ihint we ire at 1last to
- road daly train'. repllacedl: 1it sltateid thiat
'e~I scheldu le for tile AI lili 11' tiii
oN- tir' a2al i3, ha ve? been0 i.'stei, a nId t hiat
le Ih trains will lie pult ion one0 weekC fromi, co
he aho-.e0, t i9 confirmecd by ifoirmado So
cured lie. e, and tie mucho wished for. fi
t i'i ne thCii lerefore to be~ almost a cr
BTri,l-.4aam helt, who drives for U. IR
, Asbury, was im woodsl beloniging lo Ai r
(Onrr'.n, a shlort dlistrance trom tis ci
a yesterday, for thie puiiiPose I.f haulling WoO
w ihI thle leamn. Suaddenly a large biiles
dlog mndo~l h is appearance andt whhlouitpo
octioni bit ir- Belt on thle calf of thle rigll
( leg. inIflictinag qtuito a Severe woundi. Tb
i inred man fears that. the dIor WAs m.
viA'LAwm Marchi 80-...~Lt night 5fy9
o nsked men went to the hometof f Mrs.Joshn1
'Ih1I 4 oer 70, grd ontragedc her- ait
~ hvdi~kc4 ''Tw~ ten knve bde
ii~'' ~id Markb*W thepgn
'" a t tla' t **toe glad to ese ' 'iB
;pe 1t 1ith tfhl other Wsie of the E:Ighteeni
it hie 4ohVol quesllou in ydar ibsue of the
e '22d Aroh. "'Trustee'' seenias tb Adl his
Id blow unlitely at. one indiVidtial) but he
It must be iuformed that it is thu mnajority of
to the Communit.y who aeked for spanto in your
paper to defend their eighta in a friendly
r, manner, notwithstanding hie calla It, "fus
t. slng about pa;tt issues."
"Trustee" has been guilty of the samt
thing with which he charges us; that of
bringing up one side of the question? Ilie
failed to tell your readers that that "Rteso,
lution't was offered on account of the Trots
lees hesitattinle to deolare their actions to
the p eople. 11e states flhat he placed the
party elected on record as tenAlber ais s5oon
as the election was o1+tr. Why dji) thge,
not tell the peouplu this? The people pressed
thl>;m to decI"are thitcr detrmi'iation no that
they, knowing who shuuld be teacher could
go to their bollles, The fact that the "Rte,
solution" httd to bb offeredi, will sat iafy
any thinking person that the Trustees did
not aimn to dto juslice to us if they couild
avoid it, If t he pet'son elected was entitled
1n the school when the mnatter was in tl.*
hands of ihe people, why Wats hie not. when
the decision wats thrown into their hand-j?
'Trustee" charges uo. -wilth ot4 of t wo
things, of not. giving the other party justice
or the liku of manliness to defundl our
right.s. lt'? thinks thle former chiarge thtd
correct one. [toe he hits himself Withi
his own t udgel; for it is admitted by all
par"tius tha t the election wats duly piub.
limihed. Both parlies knew who couldl vote
and how they shotild vote. it' thlis is de
nied, we have the evidence toi salisly anty
rertsonable perison of'its garnwitnessl. There,
fore Ilho conclusion Inighlt be tht if any
injustice was shown eithser sidle int the ulec
tion it was done1 by the Tr Mae.W did
not undeicrst'tnd tIhat We were called out to
show our -'mnuliness" by qua,rreling, fighll.
ing atnd destroyintg the peace and friend
ship of our neighborhoodI. :0 the0 C,onlrary
we undelrstoo'" thant the purPise of the elee
tionl wats to chiooye a schlool Ielnoiter, and We
acted,accoringly. Ithn. we have the evi
donco to saticfy any (1ne, that1 lihe Trustees
did not do whao. they promi sedl. Thnt wa s
to give the school to the person whlo hadl
the m"ljority of thle VUte..
"Tfrustee'' is co111i-lent the writor waso
proetal at the electiton, (inl this he is mis
tatken). Why is hie So confident of th's fact.
"Ilecause hie mulst have been pr.eent or- he'
could noit ha:ve Wr"illent som1e things so cor,
rt ty" is his a nswer, as hie denies noth
inig 'n his COlnunlucation, only jtugglinig he
virtuly ackntowledlges that. fll, biut 1 his,
Chairge t in outr first commlnt icalion is -'.u
corruecly" StaltedI as It) bo undenoiable. ,\
to their un,leing the peolplo ount. of Ih
hous41, w, simply refer him to lthe Axio;m
tha:t "Tingl,s t"Ilt:d to ithe, same l a I!11 -f lt
ittual ito etch other",.. I hey showt -d luu
pEinly by thIir wor E.En acti- i
they did not wi:h !he peouploeg to kn:..V 11i I
hey <hd nor how:l lthe y did it. Ni .ulh
erl cot'1 r11Ict ionl enn he !iiI"ic. on nt t .1. t h ey
Said to he peop!e, 1han1 Ihat it :a :a or
very2 much "Tiposed t auretuie servtl ats
Shuy wbul tvadned the 10 t u tio naliJrtyo
itere tiitf ith ici niyh by~c givin athe tach-.r
adr no dfnd bohthe hth pepl wriadly
elean? er ca nott latutidensland holsw "Trus
t d inr~t' ofs oongunuty,"f he n
bvrnigu one e of the ie theatought to
faigodn to ell-or eadr kept at byte
act iona1wsoFrdo Con of the Trustees
tioen in earda to dheolproprhi r timpro-o
priey poplte lion ofsheTrtes con te lcerntl
itg the slcto wwas givenr. Wh ddacc
ero tourIl choe this 'ated thatl phegse
wrdi him dad to hentdear t cIonak their
tae, knocingwo. itetace o
go to er being Thnee fato thate reiious
abyelifing Yon ta" that hausenothidg
no ito do justth iubectot before . coule
avoednt, "Trtl e.t's" cmuniastiowold
tlo aschowelan on etter wsih tht
hands talie ole,wh posse aot reliin
th isi ob was th emt ito tdoi ha
theyas pomi hn W ol not giigaveoiir at jutc
owaItoer long1 tanbena happierfand o r
rhowt the tckh Loawnorks,ret a
AiIson ncourgingfo vitec Isadf the mayeral
artie Ct-ir hit the attntion whe duarmers
arsled giint to pt risin ka f impove coaa o
|ied. The ae (lie val etacst. oar oishi ng
Io' s t fartiis iin i tale, tand .in n uarl yv
,t ls ery couy oiv i thee ern side seiense
Soti regitste bt e tyaledigree. i
ihe) latdst ati Fat whee wars aulargerudit
beeno coltedmaiI iSouthb Ctairlia, aigi the
coui r piaperI reporyI agt h e ra i e par
ch iaseat ourh at b ed lolof atl. Th I c i im
wprovemenat nuly hottli altbue of the eaop
tiitn of to heea staok aw eandi' thea we
pater ccokeepngly Ifet.we ave1 Thisc e
ilceto,i paaica aiany seem,tht lie is e
hae i it lefadre scupplyta tC'sa o th r
dte ofa jtheity ofThe vots,rprto h
Contistsconer oaf tiArit Iure sws' a wtsa
th tbe valet on,l (in thle sat min
ni8) more gaios lfnkwie soltioflas fact.8
t'h'aa duicna tet prevoe yer h'a anda ta' i
cte holter radnt ineasai l8i was so 4,at'
poundsy' in excsaasweof ashe rdctiof ot'hir
aigus yar. c o that t he i rn, dutl ion ina,I te
v'atnh ekiofvcate s enmt.tirl baist.b the
etrec<e tv' tta:n o dairyt ptrodut The! er. a
tat ther brndalecowa the azotr back thog
lhlrapily It'pfa'g aay.ti Te: faames itare
Ii y a t atep o p r u on ii nt a n
tierioda tince le w.a, andlh tog ther re,v
ran nayaol detw t' did it , n atugh
muci s ta t to li e laala rned Ii as toi ith proper l'
cdtivtion af te oi.ithe ay isa'r heag
t vi~ tetice farming,sc taor 'aingtt miaelonerta
lay improve stock, tady inac.dusltry,l itige aa
satttoon phft the farmersa l giaghedeof the
wr te tadc moae South daid n a aihe dosa'
Wm,a It St' elIt gg, exSaiaaa ti fr at Lou.
. jaailn htta'ias ttt ca lt a t ati ,' wIn
,tA,'Ga., M++rob 81.--To dtty at
rneetltg of the Trustas of the dtiesity
otileorgia tere", Sen'tor Josrph R, BrtWd
donated $50,OO0 in botide 1%) :hat ittgtitu
lion. the gift Was ACdepted oh Ili d ealno
conditions as prdpoadd when the tdatter
oamue up In the Legililatnre last falt
DsA'II of A VaEt A1,tN PthiIti --The
Rev. Silas Knight died on '1uetday at. 6 A.
Ml. of inlatnmation of thb buweli, conse
qitel on a severe attack ot Cholera morbus
ile was a cilito.n Of Ceutreville,'Laurens
counly, and the oldest Baptist pre'icher
of leedy Itier Association, being in his
19th yoar.- -(,reenville Newa.
The condition of wheat is improv.
ing and the furtners are hopituI of n
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. C. C. TURNER'S,
I W1V)t1.D respect fuilly call the attention
of t he people of Pickens ar.d surround
ing country to the immense
STOCK O FURNITURE
that I now have on hand. I have in stock.
atld nm dailry receiving new styles of
over"ytiing osn al.y found in as fir,t class
FURatN ITUIE E[OUE,
Which I propose to srll chenler than can
he boughl. elsewhere in this State. I anm
enabled to do this .s I buy in very large
(1lantities I"run: tlle best Factories in the
Utnitl States, Itereorr I defy cotnpet:tion
in this respect.
I manufact tire my own M.- TPR/'SS/;s,
rttnd c in sell them as cheap as the cl:e:ape:1,t
1% holesnle and RIetail.
I also nntfietrtie the fartous '-7'WIN'
R////) h'I?/X(,, i nSll for $8 per set,
which is cheaper than the.y are soll by
I always ha:Ive in S'Of'('/K /'l/l,/Ii,Sh
C;t /I1A (3 I'S--t rout ie cheapest to t he
11'001}) .I NI) MA1/'. L/(' !/-'LY.S,
C.1 SKi-;/ S .4 AI) 7'/ / J///(l.W;.
Whent you visit our City, please give us
ia call sitt eiter of our Ssores and you will
tie fairly and1 squiarely deatl with.
All ir ters by ii or telegraph will be
promplt y atlended t
West End Near the Bridgo.
McBeo Avonue Opposite P.O.
ety Wrespe iiflly,
tii'n netitory, in great viii - y.
1 /1heal W1ritnt \I at(rbd. alxo fir-4 11hi-s
Vi:ney W lio,1 :6nd la hr- h.t b ox 1:ql;
acrit s, Siik pia!u h i'ht,o andl Amta p lh
\11btay, arrl ,a greal v1ri-ty of gon,i, on .
ltu as weIt as oraunenti l. Also. a lar1ge
ekof Fir" i ,'1.1s - ilver P'late Ware, Wm.l
\ie. A gre: it iariety of Jecwelty, W:itcleei,
A l[E tindiler+gne I, Inty:ntg reccitly grau.l
Sitiiurgon,tltalinioro, h:is luieited at h':tens
viile. tPickiens Conrtv, fo (ii hle palttce of
.\teiin'ie aittl Ntugey in alil their b.ranchues.
All call .siomtly IV ltendedi t.
tarch 22. I85 .2 4
c-tate itt' J.Iia AlcWhor-ter. deceixed, wlt
maktIe pay nenot, tutu thotise hoalditng climsni
alg:tuntt th I ne tit, will present thiemt legal
ly aiittsted to t he uders Vnied.
matrch 2i1, 188i3 27 5
Full ait toch alwerys ott hanid at lowest price.
Anty Itoiok not in stock will lbe ordered at
Piubl ithers Priice. Fresh Lot of Slttioey,
Wa'tli P'alier and .Window Shaudes, Chr'o
mi is antd Picturtie Framites. Every variety
(Gildl Pensi an t PtlencilIs. Alhlits , Ptito
g.phts tand AuttographI. Choiice lot i'lIis-,
celbtinucuts Boiiks, Ilisitiial, ;P'olitic.ud andi
Book and Stationery Store, Opposite
(1R ECEGN V I a, - .. .(
feb 1, 1883 19 6nm
I)Y mtuanl tonsent Iiheii Patnersh1ip t here
li tfore Y e istitmgi bet inee ii leesxu . Al
I". Ansel & Junliuis E, IIsogg is this dty is.
solv.31. F. ANSII,,
M%archt 2~, I 183 TI
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
'OU NTlY UtF PiCm(KENtt.
[ Y ~ virtute of miuidry e'xecuitiioni to m
ihidieced, and lolid in mty ollice, I
ing i le legal tiurs of 'tile tin the Instx Mo'i
it:ty In Slay,' I888-, the folloiw ittg T1ratue or
Acres tmore or les, lyitig in t. deu candt
oft W. 11. AlIlgotit andu othlers, beintig pi:.it ol
he triact. tipin which .Jeriimiahi Ioopter
lives, atnd having the followinig metes iindi
hotist to wits Ieginintg itt it Stone ont
the Roadt, tand. runtning thence N. 50), F:.
ut.61 to a Bentd in thle lIIond; thIe nce S,
70) 4,5, . 3, 3 x to a Stake In Branicht;
thtenco 8. 6i83, W. 22 '20 lo a Stake; thence
N. 674, WV. 20 60 to thne lleginnaing Cornet.
Levied upon na thie property or .Ieremiahu
Looper, at the suit of W. A, .Lesley, a
Corotner ickens Count.
affJt 5,183 2Ui
Wikis,oe & Co.
Wholesale Dealers In .
Hardwaro, C~utlr, Iron & Whorl,
G-reenville,, !ii. C.
Anm Inllnea,te Sh k of
PlowS, floes, Trace
Single and Double Foot
On hand and cheaper than they have cver
been soul before in thia market.
ACENTS FOR TIEE
Which Lead the World for Strength, Di.
rahility and aimplicity. They are the most
complete Iinginea inl the market, and have
never ftiled to give aatiMfeation. They re
ecived the highest t entenunial A atdy, two
medala atndl I wo diplomas. Oold MI'dal at
Ittternrltionatl f:xIhinitiont, .lelhonrne A1ttq
Iralia, in celipeiition with tweity,five other
Fiigines fron all parut of Ithe w rld. First
'rernitmn of one htndlred 'doll:a'v at 8t.
L iils. \1o , October, 1882, over fourteeii
AG ENTS .\LSO FOR Tt l1
Barley's Patent R'vtr i
bile Tooth Iafarrow.
Standiard Cu ltivators--lMid
lIffg ande WaiHing.
Standard Re: pers & Mowors.
The .Ju'tly fletionn te'i
'it-graphl Fe4t 4'iCsttA ern.
C'tIlA( .\T'Il W1AYNI-;8IcOWO
ECLEPM VI M1., ETARATORN
ALSO 'til Tl!E
PERRY ROYCE REAPE RS,
T1'he lighiIst Ieaper inl the woria . It
et s anly cr,.p 11116 a lte:Iper cmn clnt. Is i,.
the li gh ir t i i t. ai r mt" Ii"r I' ti.e w anrf l. ft
i"+ the ail peiu lici per in tho worhd. 'Iilf:
P'l;l:il Iti1* ' i; (In rlln onl stee"p,-r bfill
S ide . a ul un roInughe r i.utnuin , w i t ai nnier
NIe.1a. I , :a uaart"1d, :tnp nut br':ak in i.
i an y I:hII" , or Itkae r inl the 1rb.1 , and
Cn 1l a l rger IUmher of nrres of graitl,
trh I -pet pi --nhe u nrh lta, t 0 the
al ' ( L , t . W 1. LA l t 'A Nt it-:i.z[ ilt,
t'aiaa tuuo~ran t la1h an ioie haai:.a.,i out..>a..
sigics. Fls .cn .B l lo s
A Nn Lne of thA nIost I-~m,roedti
J Ti! TO 13 lBTh.h I i l.\Ni,) Cl;)iT,
ridge\ pero inetd. h
iCK 1. W. 1.Tliti ti i, ca1,8,1.
com f orwardo an tinake1 paymem ( ~and43 Choim
hohlig cOlan.I wmilt l te1 mOnewll pre.
.\eit te,n legal i' atteted- to4 the udra y,
l i A l etit I. LATila .l Ex'ir.tepi
marcha 15, 1l83 25 ' :3
COUNT EC31i |S O E ('OE! CE
)Ytodrofc e or isi Fontm
mXthissioner' I~aa w i e ate to old~
4)i Siu, o G o lbleek on Saurda
I1-it A p iLt, t i e 'clyck fot he port
pos ofh Leigthe in ig oftI at Bridge
County1 Co miE i Been Coy
. (olI)15 h
tto yao hand wilozlo tnno toth
UIf yoSaTOan eay s akSt
wlGive,i o you,.
mzi'ela 1, 1 li, 2j
Greenville; S. C.
Come One, Come All
T AKE ONE LOOKI at OUR
Mammouth tock of
Jst Received, and being
ReC0eived1 by every
f cotu New
York and the I aetories.
OUR R1)RESS GOODS are unusually at
tratolive this Spring. We commence by
showing you a lite of half Worsted Dress
(oods at 10 cents.
A handsomne line of Dress Ginghams at
Art elegailt lihe of Pekin Stripes, 12k,
worth 16 tents.
A bentat iful lino of Lace Dress Goods,
15 cents, worth 20 oents.
A lovely line of tlrocades, 16, worth
Nun's Vel!ing in New Shades, 33,, worth
i.,At;K GOt)OD)S is one of our Great.
Specialties. We have them from 1'J to
' t. cunsipting of Cashmeres. Brocades,
iace Goods, Nen'u Veiling, Crape Clothis,
Be r and t'ee onea Double Width C eh
mer(: for 25 cents, worth 40 cents. The
hargest and pretatest lot of Ctalicoces over
broughta to GI eenvtlle ate to he seet at otr
!t ore. \We h- ve thema at 12 yards for $1 It0,
I14 yarads for 31I.00, an gd 20) y: ads for $1 .1)0;
beta, tful FiL'uredh1 irns at 16 vaards for
(otr large and ue mph:ta
Stockc <of GOOD ( 0 IS and
thae C n tag tWensona. W-Vo
will give you as haw paricets
asM either Chzarlet~aon or At
Co'tonades fronm 12.1 to 55a cents.
8pring Je~ans from 10 to :M cents.
a'e ha e v 10(0 diffet eni .-!le of Gents
Caoored Iose at 10, I5, 20 and 25 cents.
Ladies Colored and WVhite Ilose from 10
to 25 cents..
Childreh and Alisses Hose in endless
qunantiets fromt 10 to 50) cents.
We dlefy competition in our Stock of
landkerchaiefs, both in regat d to assort
mten'. andt prices it will pay you to see thais
one line of Goods, as youa can't hlcp pro
nounciang it complete anad cheap.
Gloves, Gloves, Gloves.
Children's WVhito and Colored Glov'es.
Ladies' Whaite aand Black Gloves
Ladies' Colored and. lBlack Silk Gloves
Ladlies' White, Colored and Black Lace
(lent leamen's Wite anad (Colored Gloves
Be sure you Aee this department in ouar
Alammothl I 'tablisthr:rent.
White Bed Spreads
F'romt 75 cenats to $3.r50. Whaite, Brown,
andt Tlurkey lRed Tiable ('lothls, the matst
cornpllele Stock ever cxlhiited ina any Rtetaji
I)oy lies and Ntapkins to matachl.
1'raonm 5 to 75 ceaats.
'The best 25 cents Towel yota have ever'
D)ona't foraget our. .3 1-1 Corset'' wvhen youa
wvanat a 60) cent Corset- at you Want a teal
gon-I Corset buty our'I "rue Comafort.
We ate e'llhinog all i)omae.t ic (Goods. at thew
lowvest possibtle prices, Ask to "'C'" our
"C leacia, and1( yo OlWill ''C' the best 10
cenats bleach youa over did ''C,
E. W. Marshall & Co.
Wholesale and Retail,
NEXT TO FEltGUSON & MILLEWva
below the old ioturt hlotase,
4AIIE ENVILE, .. ~. c .
naila I, 18.61
TIE #I!M OF STRrDg$
CO N4 this day (March 0tlj 281 6Y dlal
by the withdia*al of A1r.. L; dfo1
U D. $TRADLEY & (EQ,
ing purchased his inltertet in the etor* of
A9tradley, BarF & Co., the bidiess l. be
still bonducted lt thb. Atid Idt4, tlilie
the firm ndtne bf STRADLEY & BARI~
We can afford to sell as cheap as at*
Store in Giebttiillb. Why? beealk a0
pay dash for all bur 9OODB. We do veri
bear all the work In the store ourselves"
are not..nt ane ki-eat,eipeose to run oui
businass. We @btjoy eingle blessedne+e---nd
one to suppottt but ourselves,, although
perhaps, wti Wtitld liite to have the pleasi
ure of trying to, some day. So you see
*d 'only have to tnake a very Awall poflt. it
keep things ruhning snoothly.
Remember our Prices
88 YDS. QUILT LINING FOR VJ.00
82 1ards Retnnant Prints for $1.00 -
10 Yards Worsted Drbes Go-ods for $1.06
8 Yards Blaok Cashimeres for $1.00
18 Yards Shirting for $1.00
12 Yards Drilling for $1.00
20 Yardb RltaUhittg tor $1.00
20 Yards Good Cdlicd fo1- $1.dd
$ Yards Oil Tabib Clbth for $1.00
20 Yards Lawn for $1.00
10 Yards Tioking for $1.00
16 Yards White Pique for $1.00
10 Tards Cheked l'ique for $1.00
12 Yards Figured Pique for $1.00
10 Yards White Lawn for $1.00,
Worsted-Dress 0oods at 10 cents per gardt
Black and Colored Cassimeres at 121 dente,
These Goods we sell hiore rs an advertise=
meit than anything else-they are worth
at least 21 cents per yard more than wd
ask for them.
Of Goed Prints worth 6* cents, to be sold
at 6 cents per yard.
A io the first letter in the alphet, and wE
sell A Bleaching that is A first class 121
cents Bleaching for 10 oettts. A sit-ip f
ti,is Goods 1 inch wide, will hold up a
weight of 35 pounds, without tearing.
All Cretons reduced from 35 to 26 cents
Buy our Oil Proof, Water Proof and
Feather 'roof Ticking at 25 cent.
Panis Linen 15 cents-will sell 8 yarde
good 'ants Linen for 60 cents and threw
in the huttons.
tottonades 10, 12.1, 13, 16, 90, 25, and
Ladies liress Linen 15, 16. 20 and 26e.
Double Witith Black Cassimeres at 25ea
All we want is for you to bring us sams
p)les of Black Cai,simeres, and it we cannot
sell you a better quality fur same price wd
will be badly misiaken.
Goods, please say, I sa.w them advertisedk
in Tu. PRer.s $r.NTINEL.
M. i SITH, Ag't,
THE LEAD 01F LOW PRICES,
EAMLEY, S. O,
W\ILL keep constantly on hand the foll
lowing SPlW1ALTI1ES~ BOOTS, SU1OES
II AmT, CA LICO, SI i iT ING, I>*IIL LING
Checks, Bacon, Fleur, Corn Meal, Bran,
Salt, Molasses, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Grits,
Fish and Farming Implements. These
Goods will he baughit and sold at the low
est possible figure for cash.
T1he balarice of my Stock of Geaeral
Merchlandise will be soldt at cost. Come
now and acuire bargains, and I will say to
those whose accounts and notes; are past
due and up .id, that I rmust have my money.
Come to see rue and we will settle and save
trouble and expense of costs, besides
want to sell you some
Thanking you for past favors, and so.
liciting a continuance, I hope you will noR
forget t a give me a - call at te Brigge?
Store House, Main Street, Easleg, 8, C..
amv 30.....882 11 Jy
Thlat aire TrulIy WVondrfulN
(J. P.* RUNI6N,
I'eAmIEV, . . .
EVERl ON 'TI E ALIIHT WITH (CASl
in hantd to sceur acrgains yhaenever the
ofportuitnifly presena s itself. N ow 104 ot
trm Hargamins. Thme tme has come when
you can get. all you want See the fotlow.
aug and go to C. P'. ItUNION'S Emporium,
anda get lMargaiuas:
hiln0 yards F'antoy Prints, 6 to 8 cents.
4,000( yardt's Sulid antd Mourning and Cnr..
8,000 yards. of Worsted, 10 to 85 conts.
2,0010 yaards Paints Goods, frrutn I5o. to $1
p r yardl.
Cashimeres anid Alpaccas of all grades.
IIoots and Shaoes,
(If all styles and grades-Good Drogan for
l, Tamp Soto, $1.25. Good line of Crook.
~ry, giood line of Hardware, Wood and Wil
(mrocerles., specialty. 4
Stugairs, 7 to 12 lbs. to the $1; coffee, 7'
o 1(0 lbs. to thu $1 0(5.
Just receiving New Crop New Orleane
lyru p. from 42 to @2 eenlv pEr -1lo9.
linl f Putenlt Flour at $5 per ne~
Mackerel, all Gr.des, aa' C~