Newspaper Page Text
D- F BRADLEY.$da'tor
PJCKENS O, IL, S. C.:
TOURMDAT APRIL 19, 1883.
Por subscription, $1.50 per annum for six
months, 76 cents; strictly in advance
Adve tisements inserted al one dolMr per
a quare of one inch or lesx for the firet in3rrtion
and fifiy cents for eneh svbaPquet insertion.
Liberal discount nade to merchants ttn others
aedrettising for sih months or by the year.
Ob:tuary Notices and Tributes of lespect
rargedfor as odverlsements
Anns*cuw' Candidates f es doUlars in ad
The Perseented Democrats.
The State Democratic Executive Commit
tee met in Columbia or. the 10th instant
n-ad resolved to employ, for the defense:of
the persecuted Democrats before the United
;tates Court In Oharleston, Ex.Judge Ma
grath zund Leroy F. Youmans. The con.
ei'MWs action is to be commended. This
is the cotrse we have -tl the lime thought
proper, and all the talk [about convening
the Legislature in extra session to make an
Sppropriation to defray the expenses of the
defense, and about the Governor ordering
the Attorney General to take part in the
defense is, in our opinion, entirely wrong
The Democratic party is sufliciently able
and should take care of its voters when
ever they are persecuted through the ma
lice of defeated Creenback-ladical aspi
ran's to office. It :s not the State's husi
ness to take charge of such alleged offen.
see, unless the prosecution shoull h
against a State officer or managers of elec.
tion, and whenever the State, through he1
Legislnture or Chief Executive officer un
dertakes the managoment, or expense, o:
- such cases, it at once places her in a most
false and rediculous position. W' are glad
that the Covernor has had the good sense
not. to yield to the clamors f3r an extra
session of the Legislature, or the pressure
brought to bear upon hita to order the
Attorney General, as a representative 01
the State Government, to take part, in th<
defense. We do not desire to see our State
assume such a rediculous position,
?T;a q - Recriment,
respond to the canl. m
glorious record in the late war, and no Con"
pany by its valor and heroism contributed
rsore to that record than Company E,. The
lamented "Hamup" B3oggs, went out as th<.
first Captain of the company and soon rose
to the Lieutenant Colonelcy of the Rlegi,
ment, but before seeing much of active ser
vice, sickened and died on the const of thi,
8tate. First l,ieuienant, Rt. E. Blowen, ther
succeeded to the Captaincy of the conpmny
and subsequently to the colonelcy of th<
Rtegirrent, and by his gallantry, cool judg.
ment and kindness of heart soon won the
love and con fidence of his meon, and made
a record second to no other Rtegime~ntal Cone
wander from this State. We are not sutin
ciently conversant with the history of th<
company to trace the succession or promo,
tions of any of the other oflicers, bitt mcen
tion the above to show aside, from its recor.
in battle, that. it eontained some as goo.
material as the State afforded andl has a re
cord of which its survivors shoule. feel prou(i
and take a deep interest in preserving
There has etever yet beeni a reunion of the
Confederate survivors in this Counety ance
we are glad that the old veter.ens of Co. ''E
are takinig the iniuiaery step which we hope
will lead to a re-union of all the setrvivore
In the Couenty, at no very distant day. And
we woutld suggett that a re-unteion of all the
Confederate survivors he hel at this place,
or at Easley, some time during the sucmmere,
say after crops atre laie. by. Wheat. say you
oldi "Confeds"? Let us hear from you
To the Democrats of Pickens County'
Over thirty Democrats leave becen bounde.
over for trial in the Unitedl States Court in
Charleston on the evidence of worthtless ne
groes and e.isaippointtedh Greenbhack-it(adical,
for alleged f'raued int the last elect ion. These
proseoutionis are not broughnt becanse it is
believed that aney frau. was commeiitted by
them, butt they are brouightL on accounet of
the hatred of the bett er ceement of e.utr peo
ple, anid Wit h the htope of securing, through
this mieans. a restoration to r ower- in 1884,
of that igniorant and corrupt 1:arty that coen.
troled the State prior to 187t. hlence the
cause of every Demuocrait in the State. They
have stood by thle party anid the cause of
honest and intelligent Ghovernment ane. no0W
the party should stand by them. Their de
fense, wich has been p)roperly .medertaken
bthe executive Comemit tee of the Demo-.
cratic party of the State, will necessarilly
cost considerable meoney which, the execu
tive committee nor the defendenits thteemselves
are able to meet withont lice aissistance o
the Democrat. of the Stat e. The Cotiimit-.
See there fore has been obliged to call upon
each county tor a contribiution, and. has
Ixed thee amonit for this County at $100.
which amount, I, ae the Counety Chaircman
have been requcested to collect. The Presi
dents of each of the clucbs in the Couty, as
well as individual tmember's of the party,
ho will take an interest in tIhis imaportanet
n*atter', aret therefore requested to proceed
at once to collect teach an amount as inedi
ihdualsmajy see proper togive, and forward
the same to me at lthis place. All ameounets
felved by me will he promptly forwarded
to the proper person. I utge all whco feel
abeto respond freely tand at once.
V l.lArthur and..pat of friends
*:g 'igeos TePrsdet wn
Ma. EDITOR: I see in your last week's
issue, that -Liberty" comes with "Venge
ance" aga$n t the Truttees. A mo'e falso
oommunication was never wtrittea. ie says
"that it is the m4orliy -f tb' t o1munit.y
who asked for space in your ipapet to do,
fend their rights in a frienily manner."
Mr. Editor, you are the eueto say whether
that assertion Js ttuo or false. We will ven
ture to say that. no ope has asked you for
space save "Libosty." If he wishes to do
ferd their rights in a friendly manner, he
had bette -ceontine himself more closely to
the truth. lie says: "that. resolution was
offered on account of the Trustees hesita
ting to declare their notion to the people."
We declared our action as plain as it could
be -made by declareing the result of the elec
tion. We thou lit thatenongh for any reas
onable minded man, without, crying out at
the top of our voice that we had written his
name down.: The people did not press us
to declare -our determi-nation -(they knew it.)
until after that resolution was tassed. I
have told you in my former commanica-tion
that'as soon as we had employed all the
teachers we annoutced it publicly. The
reason we n'tnounccd it no sooner is this:
there was a lr. King of Anderson county
present urging us as above stated so that
he night enter into contract with the other
teacher and go home. But we wanted them
both, and so employed them, giving our
antagonist the Flat. Kock School. fio says
In substance that they objectci to him on
the account of religious prejudice, anyway
they did not patronize his school, and ie
was thereby forced to close it. lie express
ed himself to me as being well pleased at our
action in assigning the Flat Rtook School to
him, thought it better than to have assigned
him tihe Eighlteen M1ile Scl ool. If the good
people of Flat Itock had sent, to him, and
lie had received a large traw from "the
County" Treasury all would have gone well
with him, but when the people failod to
patronize hi'sctool. Ah! how it changes.
In your paper of slarch the 1st, lie ("Liber
ry") comes out, over the nomn de plume
of "Teacher" and in speaking of our action
at Eighteen Mile says; ''it is not right. that
the people should decry them at such rates
as some are doing," but whetn the patrons of
his school at Flat. Rock would not. send to
him, he conies out over the ,signature ot
"Liberty", (in which he gives himself the
nutne of ''Young an'" irying by' assuming
different names to make your many readers
think that all of Lihrty Town>hit) tre ar
rayed against the Trustees) and gees for us
with ''vengeance'' Oh! consisting thou art a
For the proof of his misrepresentation I
1v have to call your attention to the fol.
charged Ii is party with nothing ;t1, us uoi,i .
We could as easily have done the other
party an injustice as his, of which lie
chiargtes uts. "Liiberty'' seemos to tink ttha& t
lie ouly way to show tmaninmess is by
quarrelinig and fighittig. 'That is ino proofI
of inantlintess, bitt thle contranry . If thei y
had shtown t heir mnanl iness by say:ng ntothi
tng and gotne homte (as lie says t hey wante I
to,) t hey woul have had thir teaichier. Ile
says "'both parties kntew whio could vote
antd how t hey should vole.'' We had lie
evidence before tus that therec were those
who didi not know that sealed votes wotuld
be received from widuw ladies. if lthey
hiad said so they could have had several mnot e
votes polled. With this evideiice berore its,
anid the vote, we will leave your' many read-~
er'a to deterimine whether we went back ott
outr wvordt or not. I h ave foun td out. I was
inistaken about ''Liberty'' beinitg at thle
election-how could I be otherwise? When
I did not thlin ik there was a tian itnI Lierty
towntshi ip thait would tuse so mu ich self comti
menidat ion. 1 tam as imuch opposed to putb
lie mcen doinig thlin gs secrtety a) is "L,i betty,"'
btit citrcitumst antces alteris cases, andh as tot'
the cortrectness of our act ion in r'eq uest ing
the peoplte to give is the bonse for a short
ttme (it beinig cr'owdecd) we will leave to
:yottr readers and( those pireest. Thec reasont
we order'ed thle electijont is thiis: ftrotim lie
words that ''Liberty''" hittsttlf, anid a few
of his frietnds brought to its we thouight
"'Libterty'' would haive r'eceiv~ed two..thtirds
if not three-fourths of theo votes polled.
Stuch '.eintg the case we thioughit Ite ought to
have the publlic sciho i'eg'u dhess of the
sitbtscipjtions school. 'Thle elect ion beintg
htebi it proved differ'ent. "Liber'ty'' k nows
it is false when hile utterots thIese words.
"Wh leni ever otie hallf of thei chiildi'eni thait
ought to lie goinig to school are ket away
by the aicion of' the fTusiees.'' his op.
tionentls tiounthlly rep'lort is befor'e its, it
shows ian average attettdantce of ever 31
scholars. Where is over thait numtiber in
average at tentdance to comet fr'omi?
We assigited htimi the F'lat Rock School
because we thought him i thle miost cotmpe
teat person before its at thiit tIitme, and not
for' a show of just ice towatrds himt, arid to
cloak (or prejudice as lie accuses. We hind
nto prejuidice towards him i. Wotnder if
''Liberty'' is a'shamted of Itis religion. It
lie wants nothing said abhout it., lie shuld
riot have introduced it. lh ee I a Untiver
sal ist ("' i berty's'' telig:in) 1 (10 not thinik I
w>)uld say anyth ing to anty (ne about not
doing what they promuised, as it is a matter
of btit little conusequenice if all is well be'y
onud the grave. If "'ibei'ty'" is so poptular
at Eighiteent Mile that over half of the chils
drent are kept away fromt school because we
(lid not employ him, It is strange he be
comes so unpopular at an adjointing school
three or four miles away. l'Xquailly srrange
that some one of his liany ftrientds are not
defendling hint it your paper. instead of
torcing him to that work himself. We thitnk
we have proven conclusively that the whole
tenor of his argemniit is to mtiarepresent
andt injutre us. if lie wants to informi him
self we think there is a better way than by
misrepreseiting his neighbors thbrought a
public journal. "Liberty's" discoturse is
all stuff. It is not worth the pasper itlls
w-'utten on-It is just like his rellglon---it
is rotten. FUr.r Iloannu TavaTRns.
Judge H- B-MoDlaniel has been nomaina--.
ted by the Georgia Democrats to fill otut the
unexoired tarm of tha. late aoernm. eph.
A Re- Union.
EA&Ks'r, Pia its CoLualIY 8. '0.,
April 16th, 1888.
r 'the 8urvirors o'f Compa'ay %s," se-=
end tegituent of Rifles, 8. C. v. We res
peolully ask all the survivors of the above
company, to attettd a re-union ottheir cons
patty at Easley, ou the 2Eth tlary of April
Any member- wi1o may hiave in his po:
session, any yay roll or t-oster of the coin.
pany, o any other informatio t which may
aid in the prepv'atlin of a completo ro'l
of the conpany, both of the dead and liv
ing members will please bring the same
JohNt R. QosRFTT,
T. J. BcwF:r. t
Cro'wlcy, the special Assistant United
States Attorney, appoin'ted bly "ltufles' k
Brewster to ass'is't ih the prosecution of the
election cases in this State, has re-igned, Ii
and will not take part in the dirty work.
Whether or not Crowley threw up his com,t
mission bectuse he thought the work too
dirty for him to do, or whether he was
afraid hisrepatation as a lawyer wo'ild ire
injured, we do not knov. Ilat judging
Crowley by the readiness of the average
Stalwart Radical of the North to do dirty
work in the Soutii, we should sa,y that it
was some conoideral ion other than this It
that caused hint to resign the posit ion.
Soutlh Carolina is entitle.9 to tlie highest .I
ntmber (57) of delegates to the . ioth ern ,s
liaptist. Convention of the States to be re- o
presented, from Maryland to 'exas. This .
is on the basis of one delegate for each
$100 pail to the Board of Foreign MIissions.
The 'almetto State is far ahead to date.
Happy Results of the R. R. Meeting c
The railroad meetimg on !'esday last, at
the oflice of the ( 'art-lina, Cmberiand (;ap
Iiicago Railroad Company was entirely
satistactory to all parties- (iov. IIngoodl ad
dresse"d tlie mnecting inI a c:5l1mt and buiiIess
like manner' eamrrying conviction to the
minds of all presett thtt the road wi'l be
an accomplished fact, at no very distant day
ni the future; ntl out' citizins . have given
every at'surance that they will firnsish the
depot site and tI en acres o land on which the
Conpany will locate their supply depoi,
sHliltng yards nitdl repair shops. The fin t
:Incial agent is in England, atd as soon as f
all the necessary preliminary formalities
are thorovugh'y complete in legal formn' the
bunts will be fluated and work will cos
tence. The location of the car-shops at t
Aiken will involve an alddition to our pop
lat ioun of one hundred and fi tty or t wo Iun
lred industrious artizans, wit t II- i tut -
ilies. whichi will uiake a total increase in
popultiott of probably 500 souls.-.Aikna
The followt ing extrcttt from tlie
I --..t I. w of tIh Stuto stta,ttahh at
Ont lust l'lotid::y a douitble i'ase sii
heaud of ai bale ol' c'' ttn aute-- it ha.i
Charlf'estotn. \\'hlise wa':s it ainil how
didi it coo tere' N inte eeniIs i
pou risl prt'ty cheapij lor' silver'
tat Spi'utanbtntg lil then 1th Iinisto,tt.
110~ was conit'lteud itt the last term (
oit courtt of the numtilIor of biose
IIawk'l iins, anid senttetitn-d to bie hanutg
allng or eveal no.hs andl at
ti.e tim'io seInece wa-i pissei i upitt
himt lie was tono weak~ to stanid with i
otit tIssOi lnce.t'tti -' i tle
ville Agricturalt;t ait' M.\IehanLical
Assl55 ciationi wishies as8 few proid nttts
iof tiset iti toib l t ouit Iat to
fair' as piossible, and in t iohew pe
mtaun I .ntt offer's 820) fri the b>estj
8J)ineni'i (of nautive timb'er exibite'd
att thte textI Fa.i,i r8 1for t.he i0econdu
best, anid $10I fotr tho it'd. The to lYer
inclutdes waulnt,t oak ando oth'et'
wooids suitable for1 butildling tai oliew
pur tposes. FTe samptjlesi of timber~i i
wili be htold by t,bio Associatiton antd
exhtibited( int other, qtar'ter's. thms tmd
verI t ifii ihe lesoturceas of (lir moun,ttt i
tait fort'O4I', which aire of almotist it-t a
..stmablo vatltt by r<aLsont of thet (ex
lect, to comt'peto ats Greenvillo a Oih1
toO tious cot inties r'equJit t mtiuS e
Itrgetty ani otlet for the i nmmense
iills ouri mouni'itaitt. A ihberal exhtib..
10 at, tihe FirdI.~ wol ho thle best1 way at
of lettinig pienplo k to w whiat. ino
t,imhbet' can hesplied1Ill by the tip
cunlt t y. -(irCcnvil rdc c',
TJl imonthty l2. We*stoti ha:s been a p.
ponted 1( po(stma)tster' at, F'lenoe,~i
'u tht Carohilia. f
On Thirty Days' Trial.
.1Ti K VotiTa it, II r.T (C1., MaritshaillI, Micli., a<
will sendl Drt. D)ye's Celebranite illiectr beIn
V'ol tatio lelts antd EClectrsic Appl i ane" ont
i'ial fot' thiity days to taei (yliuntg or' old) pr
who are aflliheted wit hi neivotus dlebility, lost
vitality anid kin dreid lioublles, guar'anlt eeinhg
Hpeedy andi cOin llet e i'estor'at ion of heal [i
and miantly vigor. Addiress as abiove.-N.
ii.-No irisk is incurried,. as thirty days'
trial is allowed. 1882.---ly jy: 1
l'ope for sufferitng womant! 'omnethIitig
new undler' the stitl Ily reasont of her pecu,
iiar relationis, and her fieculiari ailmiet, wo.
tian hais be'eni comp l'Iledi to sitffe'r, tnot onily
ior own ills, l,ui those atisirng fromt the Art
want of knowledge, or of contsidrlriation oin ,
he part of' t hose wt ichi whlomi hle si tnds eon
tectead in thle social orniganii-a t ion. The fre
uetnt and ditstriessiniig irireguilaitties peen,
iar to her sex htave ins beeni aggravated mi
co a degree which no language can expiess.1o
n the mansions of thie rich ail the hovel
of the poor alike, womatn lhat been the pa- grat
tleent Vietim of ills unikniown to matt, andt cell
which none but she could entdure-~.ando ide
without a remedy. Bitt ntow tIhe hoar of
her redemptioni hia come. Site nteed not
suferlouger, when shecan finid relief' in Da.
3. BRAnvuaitn's FEMAr,x RKouri,ATon, "Wo
man's Rest Firiend." P1repatredl by I)Da J.
BAl FIKI,11 Atlanta, 04.. PyIee, trial sg,
76o lagesat, $1-60. For saie by All
W}e're 'shll We go to get new spring
ools at the lowest priOes when *0 'visit
reenville. Well I "ilways go to Strnadley
Barr's the first place and 'My wants are
I wanted some ic'ce *l'ito goods to Ynako
prons for my little girls. Stradley & Barr
3l1 a beautiful checked Nainsook at 10
ents per yard that 4 have been plying 12}
ents for elsewlhe're, and thei' Piques anl
hite lawns almost maakes one break the
enth Comtmandment, for you are sure to
ant them. Such prett, Edgings; one olf
airr salcsteet told mue the other dty they
ere bonghi frorn a wholesale house that.
eep9 a retail store in a large city so they
'e specially for city trade.
"What can s1arridley & Barr mecant'hy sl.
ng 12j cen's lileached Goods at 10 c9pts?
hey sa y it is for an adverlisetment., and I
ink it is trne, for I never saw such goods
Slint price. I buy aill my Bleached '1oods
ot tirctn, tvtatl yon vaan get the same quality
'cry time at 1l1 cents. They say 4,000
u"ds sold since 1st. January. 1 an thiuk
g of get ing a Black Cashmere. Where
euld you advise me to get it? You might
-y around and see where you can buy th
west hu I see Stradley & Barr offer $20..
U 1'ew:aId to atn:y one finding cotton in their
) cents Cashmere. and you may know it
good, or they would not. make ihat offer
hIir h5 cents l'ashInere is as good as $1..
I would buy it tew years ago. My advice
ould he to get a Bilack Nun's Veiling dress
r spring and Snuinecr wear, it is so much
ghter tlan Cashmere,. and it drapes so
Lettily, never creases or wrinakles, and tlhe
eter qualities will not catch tsi like
ashmere. Bit what will it cost me? Weil,
tradley & lnarr offer a ,alf wool Nunt's
eiiing at 22 cents, all wool 30 cents, 3tl
ach 50 cents, 40 incla 65 and 7>venls per
"I unt 14o1e cltcap dress gondi for my
tle ones that will not require any wash
ag. You can get a nice halt wiool dress
ualds for 10 cents, and Str:ad.ey & liarr's
2j cent Cashnere is l,.vely itst to think
bcy have that cheap goodi in all tlie latest
.sh ionable shades. 1 'mtst. get a Partsol.
on will tell me to buy it from SIralley &
birr, oo, I guess. Thy sav they got her's
arect I'rom the nutnuftactory, atnd they have
cantif ul oes troml 1'2' cents to v:) 0), 1)o
oia ever find your l'riet uncomfortable?
a, nat sittca 1 have heten wearing one a.f
Ir' lBull's pe fect (c rse"as. 'Tiaey cts. $1.
0, and I would not le witltoui one far 5
l'lansc itel me one thling. Why fdo yota
dcvi'. "' e ae le uy I y )rl Glods Irou ut ra
ga+ hoae fr, 1:c. ,uao never ,1w a de:aten
-i aot t'all.rw in rr y n ' it yaou mtatl ion
-e'lit tao thI -n, an I I t hink Ih-ea:is v.-by lacy
1,'1 xi ebltp. bee-tser iheay ho a c:raht has
NT AD E T, I re.a a .
T. W. DAVIS' OLD STAND,
-IT. Nir a nt I'. v I.n ans.
NI~X & WELBORN,~
AT TO!GNEX's AT'1 L.\W.
lifle ini Monsion Houise,Greem'ille S C
'IIOlEsALIE AND RETAIL,
.C. C. TURNER'S,
Wa' Ollt.) a rap ('itually caill tIe at tention
of I the peoplle otf1 Pikens ' ar.d sitrrounid
ig c.outry to ate itametnae
STOCK OF' tFURNITUREl
tt I tnow haven on hiatnd. I haive itn at ock,
nlioa dauilry recel'ivinig naw styles.,
reryth otg tasutally fotatnd n a first class
haieh'la11 proos to sell chape''lrthan cran
hrrughat elsewherIt ae iaan ii Stae. Iilfa
nibledr to alo thias at' I buya int vy la'r'
unaititie's ta'omu thte taei i"'ctrriaes itt thle
nited c Stratesx, thIerehore I defy colaapet it ion
I mtiannf tactuare my own .1.1;l'Tygss
ad cnan sell the lacis chapl nasthe chapesact
I atlsoa atantanfate thle fainoruns a' TW~~/,S"
El) N/l'IA/(;, tat I sell frrr S: paer Set,
atch is lchaper ltan thtey arec sold lay
I alwray s hia ve ina S7To('g (a/h,7; l)lay,'
4R/I?laalI(ElS-fhromt th achUleapest I a thet.
W SR El .) Al ) 'l'U.RT14|,PCOsN
Whenct yaot visit (ourt Clity, lel'ase give us
naI rat eithler af or' Stres iandr yout will
fia1irard sqre tly datlt awia h.
All aordet's bay nailI or telegraph will lbe
amrpIly attenare'a to.
ost End Nrear the Bridge.
McBlee Avenue Opposite P.0,
Very re'spct fully,
J. C. C. 'l U ilN EIlt.
narch 29, 1883 27
uall stock always art handar ra lowaeM laice.
y Booitk no t ini stock will be orderedi iat
bitisheras PIrce. F'aesha Lutor Strationeray,
Via Ilrlpr and! V. Mindaow SIthales, Chtro
I tanrd Pictulre Friames. Eivery variety
adla ten ad Penceils. Alhbumsr, Phoiato
plas anad Auatograph. Choice lot M it.t
atneousa laroki, IlistoriorId, .I'olit ical tad
ok and Stationery Store, Opposite
REENVILLE, * . S,( 0,
abL. 1t 10 r,
i. H. Morgan & 3ro.
WH 0L E At EAND RETAIL
G1.ENVLLI,, S. C.
VE ENTR 'TilE ARENA OP
trado this sealson prepared to show
the In r"gesl. tl r4 n)c.st , aL st Iiactive st ock
of DIRY (.)OlS, UOOTS, S1OES,
and SL1l l'EtS, htiu has been our
)rivilege to olier the public.
We pid l 1S11 for every dollar'r
worth of (4-om)Is in this Sttoc"ck.
Every one knows that SPOT
CAs1 iaiways has the ins.dte track
andl will tiny lny3-thing offered for
Hale for a utttth leius tigutre than lol,g
The discounts alone in it bus'ess
having tile rr.agnitude of ours would
a.,toni.h ally one who, has ne"ve;
tludied the tie (ails of "teitchbu"<i
neHS. Tlie dllsCounth <aved mtake us
at good prf'it.
Our I):1ta'1i are gretly heneft
ted by utr l'A Sit 1 i"hu; Ises.
Si-ll'l profits mnake lal'ga lot (1unes3.
Our ohj"et is to make e-xtensLve
ale. by selling at a hnmall mar1igin
alb1 ve the atuttal C3st of the Goods.
The; greater the voinlne ot' busi,
net:s the "r1 ater the rt'aio of p),er
ct"n1age is reltll"ed.
WVe havo thrc se"pa iate :r,d iiis
t.inc"t hin-. tuler tht" 8111ne man:g --
mnlrt 111ad ;crt'ved by the s.re col I,
of :ialet mn , all of wh)t.h t,. 111
U- mb11inationr r""ieuces exl"enses aan
Increttses the vo)lumle o I hut-ls .
FIac-h D'epart1tnlent bt"ing auxillia-y
to the other, and shalg the ex,
lt)eiso ta"1hl of t1h ot htr pss,-$s ad
v' alt I ges whili Cannott herit-, h.
O t c "itrs tlle"ti, it1') I a.1ii1 at
I it"les s41h1 by all Iit,u-1. h)I. I l1e -;t11
p)*et", even thio gh'l s.,,t11 ina . 11 tit
t it h .llt a jltotil, bitt it 1:t : t I I
1hol ahl P t t wint h1 t. It 1 tI, tiM.
t11hahI a u G; ..ck t" Ite " I t t t. ! w.
Mc n -avei thn i tr. t11 I t1 O I_ 1 1 ,
'470 0i Y 'ds< a nt e o.1i 1 I,
l 10c i (Yar IC itr,v,r , a
2150 Ygce 11is Iteau nti l La~ w)t.tC'td
1i2ul Ylardl'i V d 11s01.e,
5000h Xi.or' ') h t'Ui.M 5
16, Y17, I iudn~ (tL I)r'n GilIds
l Yaniol WII itLdili'2ni VPlii bu-t
, Wat an18i exocene(f qi o, i;ood of
whicher we ell pru- 1ll tIe ti
6757Ile Yard h a111 tlt tl h a t 1 0 13h-e.
Pa set CrisJt.o wa, Tinx l.al, alod're i
'V it ce l a(Iet WIi o Bae
Dre's.- Good i t.0 1.. per yard111 . Ait es
tunhy t lilt Woi. ittI tI ~'Ba2
N Uo TilyNN OF l~iT
5O00 Yard ofIX hte preitt1 ist 15
16, 17, 19u and 25 W. 'entul gres iGo
Ilinot fil to be , to beautifu
A o l inpr tedI Nun'sl Vibu at ~
1 ( Thi i a i Stoc' of 8 ('es. go'd' ot
( shales o c be fun in tmcd h ek
Itag)eC, 111(e ti i Blue Ni Ole o ihIe
Par( t'gh Brown, OxIQ (I (ood,. gkitt'
TeliLdt lldsoes hoc1( ofi B.ack'
(',ids ir upperiugl CarOlh. (Such a
Sotockn ork cuigLMls, oi ahero.
Albtrobl Cloths, Bosu.o len'
Alpaocds aro sarel j'ee.Plte,
Dto not1 buyI armp 8lack Sik or lack .a'
Drss utils you hode thi ihe.
Oury lieoa ieGod ssml
wonerIi WishA we coRl OS.j
dails and enumratesom 'h
Times are hurd we mnltt vonvess;
But ther' 'otvo in crying;
'or btl 'of us h&W6 . 'oltress
t e e aore sense In buying.
A Well dressed Lady 4s tlai ti1ee.
Alike on poor 'and wealthy,
It hats a charm in home er street-,
But, best, it makes one healthy.
So, bear in mind tat
L9 WV MAIHALL & cog
Greenville, S, C.
rwrlo sell Gools both foli
Retail and Wholesale
are the headquarters in the Vp-courtry for
As they have an Agent in New York who
keeps them supp!ied with Goods every
week at the lowest pos-iblo Cash p1"ices,
and wn are determined to sell Goods as
low if not a little lower than they cen be
bougl'. elsewhere. This may uound very
loud, but we have got the Goods at prices
to support the noie.
We will mention hire that our first large
lot of Dress ltuoods have been neatly all
sold, but we have just received a new sup
ply, and hive others which will be hete in
'. few (:Iys
lhalf Wool Goods in all shados, only 1Oc.
enutiful Checked, Lace and Plain (Ioods,
12 cents. sold for 21) cents.
11gliu Figured and Broe:led Goods, 15
and i; cenls, sold for 25 C-nis.
N"u's Veiling it1 litest slides, only 20c.
solIl for 30 Cnrs
Lovelv Bro.u1(edL l.:Ive Phini'rngs. 3:3 cents.
sohl for -1, C. r.
All 11oi Nan's Veil:ig it at f
:bh- .1 t eIs, 2, e- ntp . sold for -I5 ce-.ts
Is tIhe b:sm (l.if'e to buy l imek Goods
lIait W~ool (eootl.. only l0c.. worth 1 ''.l.
2, 1 i oun tu,,j ater.es, I -1n. woari i 20c.
Lace hl-.ting atf 21, --5. :30 an-l 4. eentts,
nnth fully 27 o r cenit more I hain we
s-It tL1emn ar .
Casmnneres ina douable-widlih trom 2?le to $1.25,
Nuii's veilinag. ti-ape .in .l*iltaailothis.
We haavte jus t recei vedi somiie new W Goo.Il'
itI i la i n t.. l'at,h Jetsev tor, iad lle.
lht r'es Clothlsn very,. light for summuer
wenr. Heiad for sampt jles.
Prints, Prints, Prints.
.1 uit op)ened alurt teth case of thlese
Goodnas thItis Sprintg, th aond osomiest itad
largest lot ever shown b 1y atny lRetnil hiouise.
Neatly everybody knows we haven reek
bot tom- prices ott Dotnest ic Goods(1, but11 for
ulie good of the public we quote:
20. yards Now Styles l>rinats $1.
20 yardls hleavy Qisilt Lining $1.
16 yards Good Shirt ing $1.
12 yards fIcavy h)rillitag $1.
12 yds Good Sea Island Shirt ing $1.
10) yards Nh aotress 'Tick $1.
12 yards Good 'Tick $1.
Gj yards IIeavy' Tick $1.
.Andh remember we hanve the best 12) centa
Hback ina the miarket, whaich we are selling
10 yardls for onte dollar.
Coft (013ad es,
lBe sutre to comne and see us and we will
gave you motny on these Goodni. Our Stock
f 'TtaIle Lintietns, Li neat loy lies, Wh li te
loods, Emh i otiri<, Laces, G loives, hI atil
erchiefs, Hlosiery, antd nuoity other articles
rio iiumterous to tueti on ae offered to Ihie
For Less .\oney Thlani Elsewhere i
lFor Less Mloney 'lTan DI)sewhaere
Rtem,ernber thle phlico jutst below thle o1(1
ouirt flouse, niexi to
I EIR(AUNON & MILLERIAI'M
E. W. Marshall & Co.
IAREIENVILLIE. - - . CA.
TRO CTY MHBT!
N. B .-Special inducements offered ho
uerhats andr 1large taxm s
Wilkins, Poe & Co.,
Wltolesalle 11Cal 5 in
Ka.i'dware, Cutlery, iron & nachincrt
Greenville, . C.
Au I!iucns Stot, -V
Fn I ,ta> e s c*k bt11lo w s-, llo e x, T l-rt *
C1,aifais, dithcut1ee ,
Single auntl Double Fooi
On hand and cheaper than they have evei
bleeh sold before in this market.
ACk:NTS FOR TIlE
PORlTAIME ENHIN l,
Which Lead the World for Strength, Dd
rability and simplicity. They are the most
complete lngines in the market, and have
never failed to give satisfaction. They ra
ceived the highest, Centennial A*arde, twd
Tednils and t wo diphomns. Gold \ledal at -A
International E xlinition, Melbourne Ausa
rat ia, in coii pet it iot with twenty-five othet
Engines feom nall party of thi world. First
1remim of one h lured dollars at St.
Louis, lo , October, 1882, over fourteerk
AGENTS ALSO FOR THE
I1at'ley's Patent ReversPd
ble Toot I Harrow.
inug a14t W'alkluig.
Standard Re n pers & Mowers,
The .)ustly itenottned
Telcgrapi Fc<d Ctattersa
ECL C P E SE 'ARUATOR10
ALS0 FOR TIHE
PERRY ROYC.E REAPERSi
The lig htest P1eaper in ',e world. It
ther Iea petr in I tle worl.
Mil ..8. Ukll MI i4i.M. U
!'ubhatnk- St iuinird Scalesx,
is'ad lal:tng Po wdter. Atlans or
ing tPowder, tur Stumpi~ and -
Rubbel,r aml L.-at her hielt ing a specialty.
A* tull stoc k al wysx ont hand atnd at liottontU
lenI i lih'Pa- 1ber' Paek i' g, Saiw Gur.
A Large l.iie ot the n1,1st Inapt oved
Catalegnes anrd Prices of any Kind ot'
MIachinertIy turni i ised upion appli'cation.
wiarch 22. I '83 26i 3m
XTR .\ fine Srtt 1inery, ini great variety.
('cheap Writio Mate.~irial, also ltrst cland
Fanicy W,od andril i iith etr-bund biox Ptape.
erlis, Silk plulsh Phlotoi. andu Attogrtp
A t lbix, anid ia great. varIiet y (it g(oodt, ises
ntil as ell :15 (iltlinell;l.Ason lre
stock of Fitrst ( hlsx Silver Plate W~are', Wn.
linugers' 11ranld K iives andu Forks, S poons,
tc. A great vaiecty.oif Jewelry, Watches-.
Ilocks, Spectacles, Gobil Silver, Steel and
.jelluloidl. Thie laurgeist assou tment of Cart
itdges an d Pist oiis.
1 will not lie iudersold. liepairing of
'Vatches, Clocks and Jewelry done promptdf
.J. G. lACK,
alain St., 2d Door North ot Washliingt on.
GdREEN V1LI1i, . .. S*4J
maarch 1, 15S83 23 U'
~TATE OF SOUTH'I CAROINA,
COUNTY OF' ICK(ENkH.
" Y virtule oif sundrly excont ions to me'
i diretted, andu loidgedl in tmy o11ice, 1
uave leviedl rpon and1( will sell to the haighies,.
iilder at P'iekenis Court Ilouse, 8. 0., duar
tag th legal hiotirs of sale oni thle first MIon.
bay int Maiy, 1883, the following Tract or
Mrcel of Lardi, to' wit: Thirsty -(ne 4100 ('
cerex mor(ite or l esx, ly intg in S tate andb
'olay abonve imeniiutned, adjoining lards
f W. 11. A lgoiod and others, beinag port of
lie trtact upo wh)1 vIich. Jeremtiah loopev
vex, and having the following metes iand
oiudS to wit: lIegiiniig at a Stone ots
lie load , and Il runin tg itienie" N. 60}, E,X
,.56 to a lIendh it the Itioad; thenice 8,
1) 4-5, I0. 30t, ;3 x to a Stake ni lranech;
hence S. t8A, W. 22 20 to a Stake; thence
fi 64, W. 20 ru0 to ibe 11egi ntnng Ciorne,r,
,ev ied uplon its the property of J eremiaml,
,iioper, at the souit of W, A. Lesley, As.
.J. K. KIRKSEY,
Cnoroner' P ickens Countt y.
wIl beI!I con t iud ax a Pivat e School
trough thie reminduer oif thle schiolast io
ear, withI the asxsistaince oft 1Ey .J. IL..
EILI, V. 1).).andt( t wioL ICperienced Teach.
tx- Insti inaiental angl Vocal Auasi wIll.
e tught b y ani aI:cciomp lsedl Teachier. 't P
Ils receivedl at nany t imie by thle quarter at,
te tollowing rates per qutarter of be
altia andi Greek, $9 00
igher' Mlathlemticsi, 6. 00)
itermiediate ci;epartmtfl- 4' 04
reparatory De'part ment 8 12
A feo ot Onea Dollar per quarter will be
tttSssese to maeei Intoidetals,
W. M1. AloCASIAN, Priticipal,
R. A. Citt.n, Chri. hoard Trusteesa.
tnaroh 8, 1883 -4 8..