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SA i r lesa fo
qNiff ,centa fpt earkh
?i.er?.tf.count maa?e l' r
adesrlising for six mo
Obstiary rotke- espe
AKrged"for 4 .,a
Ansoanerwg f a In ad
" iu .il sp.oo ia
take with the verj
}R- W of Gen. Ha
our railroad, wit i
:.'a a. We ktnaow that
publin}h anythaing else
0o 0 as much interont I.c
sentiment" in Pickons C. II
m1hip is prnc ically a unit, it
for of a subscription to the Caro.
iino,,Cumborland Gap and Chicago
.alroad. Our pcoplo fully realize
the gteat importane to them of the
"road, and will willingly vote a rca
aonablo subscription to aid in its
In giving tho valuaitiot of prop
drty in Ea<ley townslip in our issut
of the 17th of last J1anu:-1y, w
omitted td MaROekthlat the Air Lin
Riailroad was not iaenluded. Th
length of the road in the to'vnshil
is about 8 miles, which at a valua
.on of 612,500 per mile, amounts t
0100,000. This; would mako th,
grand total $404,573, instead o
0804,563, as thoa given. Should th
township subscribe $10,000 to on
Railroad it would requiro a tax of
mills, the first year, to meet tl
interest, and rotiru one twontietl
of the principal, as required by th
Act. Of cOarsa, the por cent of lov;
wouki diiuish each year as i,.
principal of the debt wam reduced
We suppose, with tho increaso c
.popnlataon and woItlth that woull
oartaialy follow tho building of th
road, that, within a few years one, o
tyne and a half mills would bo suff
Flts John Portor', who comimanc
od a p)ortion of' tbo F~edlo'n army3'
the second battle of Mlannesas, an
who wias court-matialed lor' dis<
liedienco t,o onl(e un,0d iaand ti
service, and made the scapo..go:
for Pope's inicompetency, lhas be<n
socking redress at, the~ ha:nds
Congress for imny y'ears. Recot
Investigations have p)rove~n th:
.Portor was intnocenit of the charge
brought, aginst him, an~d that I
was not, respjonsiblo Ior' the,lO de'est
Pope's army in thaet, b:.ttle. A b~
to restor'e him t.o thle armv~ and r
move the st igma fromu his mi lit a
character, has beeni befor'e Congro
for soveral years, but no fial acti<
has over beon taken upon01 it uini
last week, when it~ camoe up in tI
lower house and was passed by a'
overwheln ing majority. The Set
ate will probably pass the bill, at
after' 21 yearis Fitz John11 Porter w
hshv is groat wronig righted. It
said thtat tbo bill would have passc
bofore no0w had ho not been a Den
P(nsioners in Pickens County.
Trho folohding is a list of pen.io
era iln Pickens Count yI, as fu rnish,
na by the Secretary of tho In teri<
The list shows, first the name
the pensioner; second, the p)ostofi
address; third, catuse for whi<e
p maioned; fourth, monthly ral
and fifth, datto of original allowan<
Mr's. Isabielluat wrence, C'otnt
widow 1812,$-8, ,June 1879.
Mt's. Eurilia Iarrtis, Con trial, 'n
dow 1812, $8, A ugust 1878.
Mrs. Martha WVoame, Contra
widow 1812, 68, D)ecomiber 1878.
Mrs. Luvicey Hunt, Daenasvill
parvivor 1812, *8, January 1880.
Mrs. Nancy Orr, Eaisley, wide
1812, *8, Novomber' 1878.
Daniel Cochran, E.tshey, sutrviv
1812, *8, November 1871.
Mrs. Edith Martin, Easley, widc
1812, $8, May' 1879,
MaThos. Gillihand Bogga, Li
*i$ty, sna-wiVor 1812 68, Jun. 1878.
' rs.:Mary Calhoun Gainez, 1Li
.jK , widow 1812, 68, May 1879.
Wes.A Anv Crain, Liberty, wide
J8123, 8 November 1874.
Mte..Blzabbth Blassorgame, Pi<
a4f, Wrido w 8IM, $S, Decea
R Amolla (. Tlarriet, Picke
1~jow 1812, $8, A ugut i83
* 'E. Keith,-Taeld alou
I,S, October 1882.
'. C i t D 0 RAILROAD.
hnon Heooa Prerident
C. O. and C. Railway 1n
'u A 3rlef- Eistory of pje
1';very Objection aswer
,te Given for a Proper
re of the Subscription
3y Event to Begin at Ai
to be Built by Free Labor
lay evening Gen. lia
' Aiken by invitation
e10 Caro,linta, Cum-,
a plained in
time fr - 'Apers to pub
lit;h for the of tire public.
Thto questio. ,f' railroad eubscrip
tion bsing now the exciting topic in
11is community, the General was
visited by many of our citizons dur
ing the wholo of Sunday. In order
to give wide publicity to the result of
theso consLtaions, i reporter for
the Aiken Iecorder called yesterday
morning upon Gov. Itagood and ob
tained the following satisfictory in
Reporter.-Govonor, the Town
Council has ordered an election to be
held on F'ebruary 6th, wen the q ues
[ion of "sebscriptiots" or no "sub
scription" to the capital Stock of the
(3, U. G. and U. I It Company will c
be submit ted to the vntors of the
town. 'Will you ho so kind aus to
give us for pIblication so much of E
the history at'd prenont condiLion of
your unterprieo as may be of inter
est to the people of Aiken it) connec
tion With the question to be submit,
ted to them at the iolls?
Gov. llagood.-it. will givo mile
pleasure to do so. In 1882 there
were live :uly chartered and organ,
ized railroad corl)oratons in the ros
pecetivo States of South Carolina,
u Noi hi Carolina, 1nnessee and Ken
tucky, whose franchises, if' united,
gave an albost air-line conncctiun
' betwoon Aiken in South Carolina
and the Kon%%i lty .y';ten of rtailroads
at London, in the lattor S:ito. ''he
)obvious interost.s of tles5 several
ra ilroads led to their mner'ger' an (1
3 consolidttion unler the name of the
L Carolina, Cumberland Gap and Chi.
'ago Itailway. The stockholdeIrs of
the cotstolidated railway are the
stockholdors of the origintal compa
si"'. A mijority of the stock is held
in Soutli Ctonti., I been ne:arly
iali paid up, and has been exis.-, .
ed il survi y a and construction in
U this Stato O the 125 miles of' the
r "9ot1 h Carolina )ivision of the rail
'way, 50 miles arir.graded.
At, tho timno of theO ionsi'olidattionl a
contaet, wasi entor'ed t,o with thle
A tlaintic and Nort,h westerna Construe
0t to Company3 (of New Jersey, for' the
building nad equipmaent Iof the enttire
line from Aiken to LJondlon LKy., the
Onntructttjtin comt)pany to be pa io m
bonds of the ratilway compnjliy. alnt,
t wa tpiltdb tIle con1struc
tion compantty t,bat, it shottld not4 be
compielledl to cwtomeco work unttil
the honds of the rail way coin lty.
0It, will be seen thtat the constru'iction
of the railway,3' ihe lin wholo )0 ot'
m paart, wVi tas thus mde [c deopend
etiraaely upon01 the pr'ior neagoti titon
of the saic of its bonds, and that the
pr'oceeids of stuchi sa les wer'e solely
irelied upaon liir theI frt,bort pr'oseci
tI ion of the enter'pr'ise. A lI' inecal
algenlt was theotoro iat onice ahppoint
ed ad COmm) issionetd to unader'tako
tthelir negotiation. TIhae lar'go) amounOtt
of f)aelimiinary') wVoi ii(O.'ssi t' j)re
is vented his putting his8 schieme uplont
the nunte u1Lntil the Sprting of 1883.
liliihas beent it) Lj(ndonI since then
entgitged int his work. Durini g atll
this time tihe martket fot' rail way
se'curities hats bee'n grtet.y depa'ess
ed, anad so coat' tious. IThe qulotat
dtionst of' t,bo sLock marikot dily ox,
a'bi bit this, an 111it has been. a)lmost an
ofimj,osibilit,y to indtuco capitaol to Omt
bar'k in ary new railway enterlpriso
-hThe flhnancial agent, however, a opor'ts
thaZt ho has1 sul(COceded in attriacting
to hits schaome thlo attention of' capi
italIiststL udonlbte(dily itble to float it,
that Ihe aro3 mt' lost favorabily' ipres
ed, and, atn hisjuget it is ol
nce'lsary~ to lLait, the r'eaction in
LI atilwtay matter's, wichu. must. smaoly
conio, to a'eazo a successful term..
inatioan of fits nogotiations.
Such wats the cotnditRin of aiffatirs
when tile stockhloldeora cf the C. C.
G3. andi( (. Rail way Comnpanfy ro,
centLly heId their fi rsta nat n icot
in at Aaken. 'They realized the
w unavo(Iable, diftienhtios that their
financiatl agent had entcounattered1,
andtlu adheinag to the polic.y pr'evi
oloy adiopted of' relying chaiefly
u tpon a stalo of' their bonds fotr the(
furiher proscotion of t01 ent'rpriso,
they dotermained not, to r'ely uplon
that solely. They doomndto
k- ioaain put, their OWnI shhudrs to the
Swheel, and by their Own) effort,.
proceed with the work while await,,
ing t,he negotiaitions ina England.
'.IThey argued that additional ('ontri
8.but,ioni of theoir meanrs, anud that to
1- thle full extent of' their ablilit.y, was
the *tr'onajes~t aidditi iargu! nt,
bunt tio'tFd 1 pju Mt'ed tv itvruignc
api'tal to Vomo to their aid. They
lotvrmined to rai4e foney enoUgh 1
o fUaith the g,1ding and to trustlo
ud ct'oMia lie the road from Aiken i
.o the mounthia. It wonit' rert
.ainly at the proper time hasten the
nVoratble cottclutsion of our, pre$tent'
iegotiatiots; and if these ats inaug
rate.d should fiail, wo would hIav
ceured a butter basis on which A.
Pen-ow thern eewltboro.
\ hil( to build the whole line
fron Aiken to London wats boyon j
our mencu, it 'as thought that to do
do tich as has beon mentioned was
within our power, and the result
would be to put. at loait one-third of
the linei in a eondition Lit be speedily
ulperat-d upl ot a piaying basis. A
raildway lthus fair aidvaineud by pri
vale conatributions and u:etuimber
ud by debt can never fail to bond
itself for onuouglh to completo ita
construction ud equipuent. Au-i
uot dingly it, was resolved to procure
the neceasnary legistation to periit
Ale company to go beforo the peo
a1o along the lino anad, 13ilg the
whole auecr tJcfore the i, invoke r
.huir aid The exceutivo comnaittee i
Vetro dirutectd to rarry th a resolu, L
ion into effect. ''hey have pro,"
ured an Act :f the I;"gislaturo pot
liLtin;g towns, towiships and con-, Ia
ien intel est,Led i the road to sub
cr.bu by popular voto to the capi
iii stock of the rail way, and thu -
novem1ett is inl.a1ngurated in thc i
sleetion now abott to ho hold in t
kiion Afterwart"ds we will go to
)thor towns and Couities intercested.
leporter,--t It has been ascrted -
'y some thmt, if the town 4of Aiken i
rote to Subset ibe the *30,1)00 asked
for, that this amaount of money is
not, siflicient to build the riad, and
that thler is no tmuranice that the
ther towlns, town'lhip and counties
widl aid 1the coinpany. WhIt have
you t,o %.Ay inl reply to thiis?
ov. 11agoodl.-Aikun's 4:30,000 will
ctertainly not build the whole road
It will do ,his howevera S>. mauch of
the worlk haats been done between Ai
kt'n and Aigelield C. 11., that !:tpt.
K'Zirl, the 'Iginteer' of the railwaty,
ustima,ttes that F30,000 will grade,
trestle a1tt.1 cro-s tie to the hitter
point1. If nut anl olter dlha- w:t.
sub.crib,ed, andl her 3%.000 'vats th,u,
t"xpenitId, Aiken would Litu get s
""4n- of a direct communlaaicationa
with the IIA 0uhi ,.., a111u1l 1) .aacillt
t,yem, where we ertly.. .
anti A. RItad att 'renton. Tow
facilitating noom to it by those who
so hi'gely i)ltron';ze it as8 a' 8anita,
rum t, yo'u can jo dge better' th ani I
Passj ig on beyond I.iTreton and
reazctihg Ildgetiel, if you stop there1
o.f country I f'rom whh youv1 are L om 1( v
(Charlotte1 i, ColIumboia 1'od Angii
weire a Ch.iue,so wa:1t. It we do
sinbot ipt ion. WV e, as8 1 ha'e l.ady
said,l will go before thei. peLole:t
long the line oh thte wholo S&.,1b
C'arolinia Dlicison, and( we have ti
atss1tuance of thle leading men i )
overy3 section wet pass 11 thr iough--ol
mont who kntowi the~ popular sentti
mental of t heir' sectilons--that11 tht e re
pseOi5~ wvill be liberal That. they' areo
cort'vt in t,heir expectattions, I have
overy r'eason to believo. ToP make
asurall&nce dloubly sure,'o Ihowover.
ith regard to tIl .hofeiieni t, a1p.a
tioni ofuc mone) ti.)ty as Aiko'i may
voto., I havo thi is day lod.ged( withi
the laitentdant, of your' towni tbo fol,
low ig obligation:
[TIhe obligationl is to t ho effect
that11 the Comspan)J will not uIse th
s,00 ubscripltioni priopofsed bl)
thte t.own of A ikonr, unt.il $ItjO,OuO
add itiontal is r'aised by thte CompanyIi~
to go intto tbo conlstruc'tioni fu 1.d.
En. SENTjNEL j
Roport.-It has boon said that
t,be is no assurlIanco as5 to the timte
wvhien wiorkl Upon11 the bu i lding of thoe
I oatd wiill be beOgun, (or ait whia t p4o int
it wiill be stair'.od. Cait you givo any
Gov. l.zgood.--lho gutar:anteo I
have lodged wVithl114 1h Intend(anlt, of
cour ise, lortbids theo commileiniont
of1 wor un1 iitil othleri se'ctionts have r'o
p)ond othle0 1 ex tentt of $I00,000.
You soo we (14i Iant, use the money
Ai ken may have voted unili11 theon
anid wo catlit, iliof the14 m1onety of
othe tecti tons till they' Vot it. TI?he
lor'd iut her subscrOitptiont is larI'o; to4
('nn1vass th11is (o a4s to fa i'ly Ity tit
inlatter' tbefore0 the( peopled will boe te
dious; and it may* beh int,b f,a tlprach
ing summier' boforo the qluestion ol
subhsci'iption is IoniOiaded. I at e
whatt will p,ossibh'ly h the longost
time. AS tO the p)oint tit whicht
wor'k is to4 be bogo n. Ini the conI
t.ract. wvit.h theo contru'Iction comnpanyi)
t t istipulated to4 be begiin at. Aik.
oni, andU go on thtoIco con tinnously3
northItward. It the proceedinlgs of
the stovkhiolder's' moiotinog which di
reohted the subscr'iptionae wo ai-o now
Sookinig to, be atsked lor', will be follnsd
this cow.lit ion stated: "All subscrip)
t.ions4 1,) be0 exp)onded in consibtrucItion
iom Aikon, northward." 8o that
hwokis done by the
unt?ti nction cotlllmpany or by the ri
,ay compmy itself, Aiken is Lho
oint ( t beginnling.
I1epp9rte. --1 t . hai boen altp
liht the rottId, if-built, will ",I)e btlid
3y conIVIUL labor'. Fa tis lat te?.
Gov. Inuguood.'-Your are 1tte1l"04
,ware thatl t ime 'lt tntlt antl polie)
>i the Sttto to dlay is 'h-'r the emplO3
nellt of co avi-ets witlhin the walls o
hlo Pen1I enti ry. (1. seems to bt
lareed oi aill sides that at the loa,ser
)f cn ie%Ity now existilng expire ltil
>olicy iS to be entored. At the lae
iession of the Logislal nro a bill wa
ntrodtod for ho omploymmt o
-onviuts by two new railrotads. I
net with ho favor, and was dolo:t"
d. You sco, then, what trobamiit;
hero is thut convict labor could b
)btained to our P-ond. The policy a
>ur road is, howevur, to do its worl
with freo labor.
Iteportcr.-TIho opinion hais bee
'xprmessed Ithat, Ihe s tk'u we will re0
-eivo for ur subhcrip tlan will he c
ittio vato. What is your oianiul
)n this point?
Gov. 1l agod. - If the wholo roi
8 cumpletod conltcting mas with ti i
.rado cenfltreat of the naoithwest,i
viii be shoct,or by ambout 170 milo
lan any route to the Southorn rtu1
Otard mow existing. IL will also be
road of cay tcr,ades, cheaply ope
ated. This ought to innmro it i
r('fi able pmrtticipaton in the large
Imrough freights Iroan t.at region.
ho road will atlso rmn dirmetly
irough the coal atnad ininral ro,
ions of eontcky a nd '1 ertmnessco,
Itd receive at heavy frelght:ltge
hemrce. It allso ru a t,hrough the
aluatble ai,'aieultural rof.;ion of the
roucht Broad country of Nom ti
haolina. iruo tnmag South Caroli,a
L rut,H through the nmatutlaecturinmg
o11amtry at the foot. of the mIomun
ainis, and] tlhrough the Wealthy ag
tcultural con ties of Pickens, A
'rson, Abbeville and l"l:.getield
huh iast, of whlieb, by the late cel
Us, is crdatedm wit seam n mi r iI1oat
oLton to the market, than anly othei
xiunty ina the~ State. Such a romi
b.ould certainly pay. We are
mowever', nmow makinig thme eii mmt, tA
>mild the b. C. .lvision withonl
avintg in sight, at this tilme, mone3
snmmogh t,u,biiid the whole. Wo pro
>oo to go at tme construction o thlt
'oad1 a;s tihe wori was bl it -"a piec(
it at t,imne. In view of our stoIpil;
it the hot. of Lithe ,im(lmlu.inlms tor I
while, or eveI for good, I aidres-e<
t lette' to Col Pcek akinmg if, it
lis judgmn t, ill th;.L, teventt i.h+ 1"t
ymtuhi pay. Ylu know 411o I. Peck i
-e gmize(! a1s onie of the most ac
>~)mpilishmed railr..admm menm'[ ofI ih
v ho cou tmy. 11 - is a (siet, b ve
mee(itd man, and n10 (mime conmsiemr
ore ehsyc3' a hem I. li say s bmheh,rt+ b
peals. lim ii aiio lino knows tvel
Lto cuntry ill "'Smilllh Caim to:ha, hay
tug b,een1i the olt n1in'ar of lhe Ai
Lilne toad beti,rcm acceptinl his prc
enl po sitioll of ( et,er:.I Ml:ancagr o
the Soutim Carolina it nilway. ''h
U'ood)im. " as gt)mmi en,. u4h L.) rep!
to) mem at lnigthm, go~ming freu.'
mii taets -tui tigiiresi, buat,. tin sui
1mmarigo his rep'ily, it wa'ms tiamm, i'm i
tudgmen't , time ro ''ider them"' i'll
ainamius cu.es coubi bi e rea om'at . ly ex
.ec'd to. pamy iper cen-it. amp ,nm ii
10 pormter.-IN Luere :anytig ch
you des'irem to 5-amy amon tisi aOuj.e
Gotv. limagoom.-Nihing amnre mm
mmrs to mmc at aiag tai. rumn, aim
w iil comitim. atmm. m.h1 t. immes,ed
'tnswem' amuy gre',staions thimat am-i 'i
mamt to aime im thmi' ii aonnection. I a
miy humsiniss tm d mim .; candm ms Pm ms
ienm t, ofi i.e o:'l , I di','h e tw hi a t e vm
iction . Akenm rmy tamke tin be takc
upjont thie~ ault,iai iinh>rmaiitimn.
A Voice from Lib?lty.
Ma. Emmaront: Let evem y aman am
'hme Countm y ofi w ithi hmi' lhat, mamma ''i
timraee chmeer.s fora ti-e Carominam. C'ana
beanaad (1 G am an Chi camgo mI?droa'
TIha. go to wtoa kc aamd nmever- mat
unatil\bmey get a subiecr'ptionm vote~
b)y therit townshaiip Li) id iln its com
Mttmamaiii. 'You sanid ill your a'a
is'mo e Voum wvantaed to kinow wii
Librcmt h 'ip hmadm to stay in n
g:aird. subsm-criptior. to am
in o~f' siaidi romadm.
of smaidi townmsi
5mamk tomr amsif
accordinmg mmm shme I'i''
em. aam mnot, prearaed to ta
lao w mn. ai baat, sihe shldcmi vo lb
shmaro of tim aamou t mmLthmat is aece
5ary7 to inms|ro time r'oad(, (mandm niot
Lit diverge~v. 'inmimhe originmal romte
wiichm sue as to ho a cermtainty,
wi ci will bim w~ork toi oura interest.
wvill bauilmd p I1asaoy3 and Picken
anid thaem'tl ' inecease I ho. t.axmih
properCmty in athmie coun ty, to) may noet
iimg of time mbilroiad( its, if, anad ti
inceaase inm oailuationr of rai estat a
whmichm will be a benefit, toi eyem
taixp.ycr inm the comanty. We hmavo
etaimn amouan t o taxes to mmaii
wh'ich-btake's ai certain [pr ('en)t
r'aiso it now if 'v(i willh doub lle oi
pro(pen y, halt time p)resenmt por cel
n ill r'aiso tm. smmame anmmomnt. I a
mm 'avor' of townsvh'iphtj sambscr'iptionm
andmi not coni'ty suabsariptionm, becatm
somei townipsmtii~i are bmnmfj ited fmi
thianm othiem's, andmii~i shold immmakoe time
sobhyeri ptionsmm amcordintg ly. Lo
hmommr troam the pmeopilmi. If tihereI
any opposed tao a subs'cr'ipmt ion i
thmei spemakI. "lam Lime amuti itudao
thc(nghmt, a it, pr'eoints itself to mm
mli ild, and1( I hav dono. [um Jutst I
L,iimk whlo arme Limo mnuinj pionmeers
thm, grmand oenterparise, Mecssrs. j
im.mnBrailym and R. Ekca mi'eliw, njm
Ontort9rieo Ol tIL, and now lot. uet
.tonT 'to thuir.4 ati4 push it to
I colyphotion whh wId bo b l' untold
behe fltto 'it-kens, *t,t not only to
Piekops (oulaty but tln the entire
Staito. EN AvANT.
i Ti l. 6e,osi A P(i tisTiC A Nt
MAi.?-!n, the t4/t11i1t of Sei4itons at
Orangebt-g, on the 18th instant
teearly tho whi day wd ts ocupied
in the heting of a oeso on appeial
t Iroth trial . jtitioo coirt, involtvinti
the qtruestion whether o' not tbc
tI goose is a dolosttl anitn:i. The
1 lwoot was that thle dnlmate hwd lv-en
- (lne to at crop of pens by ia t1'ok of
domestic geeoe. Coamsol fo0 the do
t'ense cl:irned thatt Itg'ooso was not it
domestic tiniintl Ist vontomtlated by
the Act. Solicitor,Jorvoy ct)tenid
ed thist, the gljo is ia doi'lost.ic ali
'anal. Jdu('e Kermhaw, aftor hcaI.
Ilg the alVglillnwnt, d(ecislod with the
t Solicitor. The goose is no\v madc
by Gicttit Cotet. latw at doumostic
atlnmal, and1 is NubjlctL to thu pr-ovis
ions of the Stock Iaw.
SEV:aAL YI Ans.--Mr. Al. Cook,
l.t. Pleasont N. t.. says: "I haiv6
been tronbled wlth 4litelc (IiN( t
ders scvcral yoars atnd havo tlovei
Uotten 1 perinaitnent relif until I used
Nor-mant's A\enitalmzing lordial. It
is cor-tainly tho right meictline for
stich trot blets iland I highly rceo,t"
Coletnani, anid II-,oet I'ownsehipl)
in E(igl"field (Olnit y b(aist, that neith
er of them Over podued ta white
Radical or had one to li vo on i t, soil
Ruin wrought in the Forest.
[low depressing it is to see acres of Irees
Cut down in the midst (it a nobie torest.
Ilow s'idening it is also tI see tIhita,thin
split in the tmid.t of your of herwiset tbun
dtnt hair. Stop it it once by the us , o!
Parker's IIair ihalsam. For ncltial ellici.
ency this tamit .s article s111t + a t s a lie il.:t
of its class. i":Iwg it ior" Ithe totlei. ;le,i ious
in order. ar.d reators the orb,in:il co or to
gray or- tide.1 hair. I";eonomnictl, 1s a
slight, occasionat' application keeps the hair
and scall in periei iteit -der. 17- 4
For Shei iff'
-'9'he friends of ELI AS s NI.AUI.DIN
rcpectully annunce himi as ia c:indi.late for
the ollice of Sheriti of I'ikens ut tnty it
the next ensuing electi: , subject to the
Deiocratic primatry electiotn.
For School Cominissinor
'i' ie frici-ls of li E V. O Li N L. 1)U
I(.\:NT' re.teciltly nittut i<e himt as i
ca ditate for re lc tion 1 114h Olliee o
Nechool C. .i rtissioneri of P'icku"ns (Canut- aa
t the next lii o. suiject to the pt"ini ir
et ioccltn of .teuliemontic larly.
Zl67" Theii fien'tda of .10SiEPiI B. C I,A 1)1
retspet'e.5V ?t.onntoe him an axitC candh iin
for tecommntiton lO biy t he i't Demcrati
pr.vat the pritiary e'lecion, for rlap
pontm-n naA.t,-- . -ru .... ..
UNIT'D STA' i INTF.Ri IN.\L RI N :NUti
a t t:'y C2oa.t.t.m-rot's ientoa. ts-r. ir 8 C.
C Walhan'n,, .lhonarylt 25nth, 188' .
D ~TIlE is her'tehr1 L'venI t ha thet fol
li sc m t()Fa-l1y, it i'..t onca t. - R
1).\YX, F"eeirury thI, 181 atI n10 o'cloc
2 Packages of Corn Whtisktey, abtout i
I Coppter Still, (Caep an11d WVorm, 100 gal
Le ,eiedaupen ast thie properly o rf J.1
meen,e,tteit at'l ittn<t hISICec
l i.etvisetd SIitaOu e orte Uniitedi $-iti'.
E. F. BL ODG ETTP,
P - IDeputiy Coilector.
d reb 7, 1884 19 __ I
Fine Cotton Seed.
LBII0D itntit of te "COzier hOtt
S p1 ale Silk~ Coto ti" Seedh for Sahl
wtarranitedh ptre tand withoutt a supteriot
PrT~ic~'e .400 per bu.<htei. Aliso Ia lot of xl-ii
viarie'y shiliht ly taixed,* fromti halvinig ibee
,rueh ..i eed withI othlert sieed. Prtico 50 cetttt
Iper' bulat. A pply early to it. A. Ii E8
'T'E i, foura mniltes soud th0 ' oiien C. 1I.
jant 31, 1881 13 3
D. M. PAnaIY, Pres. T. PAnnilY, Sec. Tree
: C Spring Cart Co.
R lush'ville. IndIana,~
'(Cut shtows No. 8 ready to get ito.)
WVhiollsale 3itiattfnt3ietres of
a TWO WHEELED
' The only thting on two wheels thbat l'tides
e God: Madte of the BeiCt
r1 iaterialI & WV aranted.
S10 STYLES. PRICES VERY LOM
ec Write to tis for Priaces and Catlone.
feb 7, 1884 19 6mn
KUNN A CO., of the AvinN(Tiri A rtOAW coi
0 ttuto act as floliitora feor Pttent a tVetnat <
Mam, p?rigt for t he Unaited 8fte. danadi
}J Enigland, 51Fance.Uerman iey. et O. HIJI 110Bok abo,
) Ptevtaobtqn1throe MU N 0. prtn
*n ito80taNTtwa0 AMIaRWANI the largtest bet at
Wet. npoid engpravings an inte'restinglrottoyCrUadstnil ae.iO i
*Oa en. fr. Aiorwi.s U NAC** oaa
d A.ameco. El Brosaway, New k.o *
J. H rga &&Br
W e lik e S h o es a n d lik e t o sell S hoes. (
giv'e ti-is s'ubjut.n uoh consideral ion.
L.adios' u lOrFaee, Nice Sewed Shoes al
solitl utd good for $1 50 worth, $1 7f
l.adfe' bright grain button foo'ls for $1 6
hadieb' calf scwvtd bitton 3Joo for $2 O
Thin Shoe would be Oheu At $2 b.
Ladies' Kid and Goat Button Boot@
Worked Button horest Box Toe, Taper Heel
vew last aid a perfect & to'r 'only $2 50
This is a very stylish shoe, and sotd b;
many dealers for $3 00.
Evitt's Bright traitt Button Boot to
Evitt's Pebble Goat Button Boot to
Evitt's Oil Goat, cow.mtnon sense heels
wurked butuon holvs, plain toe, Buttot
Eo;t, stylish in appearance for $3 00. Thu
to the most populal shoe in this section
We have a big trade on this shoe.
Evitt's Curocoa Kid Button Boot, worke
button holes, taper heel, either front seat
Gipsy or short vamp circular seam, ette
box or plain toe, a pertet fit and reall
beautiul. In taet. it is a exquisite Siho
and we sell it at the popular price $3 5(
but it is worth $4 00. Other makes ar
sold for $4 00 that are no better, neitlht
are they so tylislh in appearance.
Evitt's Curacoa Kid Button Boot, worke
but ion holes, oircular seam, short van
box toe, French heel, Spanish arch lasi
silk top, the han'lsomest shoe made for $
Evitt': Misses and Childreni's Ciraeo
Kid Button Boots, e*lra high cit with tats
sols. The most stylish sh-e a g'irt can well
$1 90 to $3.
('hidren's spring heel shoes from $1 0
to $ 115.
We could say a groat. deal etnre about ou
line of Shoes, but can not here, for want c
All you have to say is, when you want
pair tt Shoes cone and set- our stock. W
e:41n giXe vou hetter va,lue thlau you can ge
.. H. Morgan & Bro'!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MER
(reenville, . C.
W a' b-ug ht t ai min:enso St.o :
1PImv St)cksA. TIrace (IhaIlaa
A xes, Spatdes, Fork,
Ga rain Jr:adles, &c.
Andi wil srul thi mn at exire.iely how pri
-Ices' *nintg Ihe conung as:,on We are ahl
warei a, re iiambie pics, antd estimsat
) i lur,v-iic atsro,n of ijeksiih.ape
- ers anad b. Clii sts TloolIs is very lai
atuh cornpllce.e all lirst. class G (oots, tiil
warrawntei d, anad sold as lo w asx '.heir qualli
I In addhliion m'he# above Goods, we lha'
a number,~i ot ,gencies for lInproved Ml
ohinuery, suach as
SA W1 MIL LS, SEJ'A R A T'ORS and CO
~ IREOE'S JMPROV1ED SA W MIL~L WJ2
UNIVRMSAL L~OG BEAM,
WhIch took the first piremium at the Lo
isville'~ 'poition over fifteen comnpetitea
Perry Boyce Rteapors andl Mowers,
Victor Standardl Wagon Scah
Standard Rleapers nnd Mlowers.
South Iilrand Chiilled Plows.
Telegraphi Feed Cut te
Catalogues and prics given or naiil
upon appuicat ion to
WILR INS, POE &; 0O.
jan Itt, 1884 14 8m
FilRST SEXSSION for 1881, will bep
1 JANUARtY 1 Ith, andI continuoa Six Sche
'Primanry D)epartruencit per monthi, $1
liItermediat D1 jeparttmenst per mionthb, 2
- Academni' i)spartmaeni per month, 8
- Select Course, DeP'mi'Iit per n.onth, 2
b luicidental Fee. pe'r Session,
Board in private families, per mornth, 10
Hnch tscholar's pro ra.ta of Public Fun
will lie deducted from his Taiitioni durir
the P'ublic Trermi, which begins January]
For part iculat-s, address
C. W. M100RE, Prinolipal,
c lia,b~i n.sley, 8. 0.
"CautiflI 13'"Poe L4 Dr*
Goods, Al Col'rs,
Foriet Pride, 10o, nbE i .
DIAgrafl Dress GOrodh
in all sha'des. fi'eeisoodsare obeap at 166
but owing to oui bo1ylg a real bargain, *6
r wilt sWel At
We annot replace these goods /.set at
leaestitt 6oo, ab if y'u hant 'a 'ood --rete
and a real genuihe bargain Osli early beferx
we sell out this lot. We'have now in stook
r 50 pieces, just opened, amounting to 2,60d
a Webonght as large a stock of these good6
e enrly in the season as any two houses in
town, buit owing to our extraordinary large
trade we have been compelled to re-order,
and for the hext
will offer these goods lower than heretorure,
huys from us a yard wide Bleach, heaviet
and better than Fruit of the Loom
will allow you to buy (fr:nm '.: only) as
go1d a Bleach as is sild anywhiere- for 100
hleavy Bhirtiagsa, only $1.t00.
TROY CITY V
Our salos ont these goodls c
creanse, for we sell you as go
yucn y in at:y st ore di!
Y el certain you see them.
This Counter 'will be foundgear thme ega
Kter of our Store. Every anilejl w[l ~
Smarked in plain figuares. You must call a d4
see What we are ofl'ering.
Bloth Whlite and lied. White fr om 121
up. lied aill wool, tarom 200, up. 11 a all
wool lied T1will ao at ti nd35io,
Thesie Goods Are Cihea
.OF COUR/SE E
wahavye not mentionedI hlthe etooki
s, Store. But if you want
Good Honest Goo
and Low Prgs.
Renmemberyon ean always find titsem
)O Wholesale and Retail
4 . 1tt GOOOts ANb NOTIONS