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1. BtADLEY, Entrow.
F. BRADI)1Y & CO... PRopRl,Towe.
TDURSDAT, O0TO3R 9, 1884.
G8ROVER CLEVEL AND,
Or New Yorks.
POR fI(1 PRRDENlWV.
'DHOMAS A. HENICY.S,
Demooatio State Tikot.
P AR GnYVER?OR:
IUO1i S. THOMPSON.
1o0 lISUTZNANT GOVERINOR.
,OHN C. SH EI'PAtI).
P1t "RCUKTARY Ofi STATC.
J. N.. LIPSCUMD..
J. P. tiCH! 11)SON.
' W ATJ,TANT AN) INPIECTOR OKNERAL
A. 1M. M 1O1A ULT.
I10) COMPTROLEIt (I"O.K1IVAL.
W. E. SONEY.
FOR ATTONPET OP1F.IA.
C. it. MAI 1 :.
190 /tVRRINTVNI,ENT OF FI1?CATiON.
VON CONIIRFUR3M \N TiltR)) 1ISTIRICT:
IlON. ). WYATT AIKEN.
FOR RO(.lfTOR OP R1TI (Itei'IT,
Cy(%. JAMES L. 01111.
JOIN Hi. BOWEN,
J. E. BOOS,
FOR CI.ERIK OF (ot'vIT.
J. J. LEWI.3.
11. A. R(itI":.
FOR PROIIATI JITI>Or.
J. 11. NEWTON.
FOR RCIO003 OIMISIONER.
FOR COUNTY COMMIBIONERRlB.
A. B. TALLEY,
J. J. HERD.
J. A. LESLEY.
"Turn the Rascals out."
(STATE AND COUNTY.)
- - ties, the
* C i(ldont in
L.o tU tecn3Von wot)I virtually
be at an end, for thn- Republicans would
be overwLhl'ingly dofeatedl throughont
the Union. This they fully radiz and
are using every moans within their power
to carry the State. Blaine has boon pa
raded from one end of the State to the
other, making sp)eelhes at many plames,
the burden of which is. pi ..ction. Be
sides, the Repub)lican National Commit
tee during the last week sent about three
hundred thousanid dollars into the State
as a corrup)tion fiund. We have not
mnuch hopes of tihe D)emnocray (carrying
the State. We should not be surp)rised if
the Republicans carry it bly ai majority of
ilfteen or twenty tho.usand. Ohio is not
necessary to the election of the Demo
TheIRaio,cals and1( iddhlers Fusc.
The Radical State Committoe met in
tho'Internal Revenue offioo in Columbir,
laot.wek, and1 after much wrangling,
pugon# anielootoral ticket. Chief 'Fid.
diler MoT-ane was on hand and obtained
recognition for himself and other Fid
dleau. The following is the ticket: For
the State at large, W.. P. Crumn, colored,
Republican; W. W. Thunsof, F'iddler
First Distriot, M. H. Collins, Republi.
en;;Sehond District, W. D, D)urhamn
iddislw; Third,District, J,. C. Hunnicutt
Fidle; Fo'urth-Distiot, C. C. Turner,
Republican, Fiftm District, F. A, Olin
to4, O'lored, Republican; Sixth District
Rov. g. E. Wilsoni, eolored, Republican
donath-Distriot, Thopiaa iaskins, Fi
.The above tIoket in composed partly of
Fiddjers and negrees. How Mr. Jaromi
ah J.oopet of this County, who is a
arfanob Republican andl a strong Blaine
mnaf,s toSi vote ?,or this muan of his ch10104
we do not seea He says, publically, that
h9 has never voted for a negro and never
intends Sos Dc is ergta'ly as emphatic
are you going~ to do aibouit it, Uncle Jerer
We saWs taat you come over at one
andJpM' the' DSemoot*4fo party [and vote
Iog (leVElSsd andl HandriekA When
gdu a.get.h to the Demooratiofeld where
y6e -'ot to have been long ago, tie
sul#b %daerm9ssent will confront you.
Tti p s 0 othle Demiocratlo ohurob are
noar opens whle' the brethren sing a few
lines te the tune of "The Mulligan
". te bsapaign is progre~a
~Dein a en ha
Tue Honest Fund.
The NaMio14 DemoerAtio CommitteE
has now reoeled nearly twenty thousand
dollars in smal oontributions to thre peo
ple's oampA fand, more than the entr
amount in a vioilar way during theracm
paign of I880t.
The Saluda Argus has been purchased
by Messrs. Bonham, Cothran and Per
rin, and will hereafter be published at
Abbeille C. H. Capt. Bonham will be
chief editor, and the name of the paper
will be changed to "The Messenger."
The politicians at Washington of both
parties seem to be at sea as to the Pre
sidential election. They are not certain
of but one thing, and that is that the
South will go solidly for Cleveland.
The Blaine managers are contemplat
ing a raid on the solid South. North
Carolina and Florida are the two States
they have their eyes on.
Ned Treats of Evolution- thinks
it is More likely as to the Neg
ro thsan the White Man.
Mn. TOMsrN) It's a very leetle larnin I
has but some how I has a hankorin arter
nowlidge, I has. Now the plague is big
larned folks is too high abuv us fur our
comprehenshun and folks uv no larnin
flows no more en we does so heros the rub.
You know we larnt in the priimer book
how the Lord he made Adoun outen dust
uv the ortho and maid Eve outen a rib
what he tuck and cut frum Adorn while
he wus in or dep sloap and such hnin
has boon onto satisfactory to us pore un
ilcated mortals in bygon times.
Bub- I see a great man. of larnin and a
doctur of davititry has been publishin a
parmflet on Evertishun and showin up a
now way as to how our grand grato grand
datddys got here by Evolutin. Now this
proses of overlishut moans fur sm big
thing as or man to climb up and grow
Jrumn generashun to generashun out uv
a suaull borginiln as a oyetar. It is a
strange n-asttin how ia oystar can keep on
growin till it got mund walkod talked tuck
posiston of the arth sul all animals and
things on- it.. (iraduelly shaped itself
from age to ago uutill it had all its limbs
and part fixed up pullin in this limb
and longtlng that unit ill it Wis fixt with
foot to walk on hands to wurk eyes
ter soo, mouth to talk and so on. The
tatlkin part tho maid small progress until
Eve wus inveniod and her tung wus by
mistauk hung in or midel in place uf at
wun eend and so it went bell clappur like
untill what wus at first jabberin got to be
talkin. The furet wurds Adum tried to
lurn her wus yes and agreouble words
but she lurned herself to say no, I will,
i wont, 1 at;TRmtl, M tk\ b1 kipi
uv denyin wards. We hav no dout Ad
urn made up all the ruf bad ouss kind uv
wurds and Evo made up the sweet purty
wurds. But of this dervin is currect
they kept on ovorlutin ontil it is with us
as it is.
Now of wun little thing like a oystar
could overhute into us as 1en01 other letil
things would be sure to foller sute so it
is esy to see how tho tumbel b)ug wvouldl
evorlute into or mnunky becase bo0th uiv em1
ar alwaso tumnblin roundl and( rolin about,
and( sorp)ose the tumnbol bug overluted on
to a munky it more esier to see howv the
munky ov-er1uted inter er nigger and
when it gits this fur I amn prone ter her
beeve in thio thory of everluehun. It was
so ey fur the tumibol hug to chang inltor
a mnunky havin hurned the uso uv hsis
hind legs when he was a rolin his pro
viahuns andl his fore legs fur hanids. I
say it wae ocy but whenu thuat munky got
whar banannors and cokernute growd and
liveod thar he girowd bigor andl biger frum
generashun to genserashuni onitill he got
to be er Olhimplansy anud he tuck anuther
stride in overlusun and the elhimp)anay
oum out or nigger. But frutm living sov
ral thousan yors ini the air har had growd
all over the chimpamney so when lie got er
atep) abod anid over-luted onto a nigger the
niigger ho rubbesd the liar off hsisef c01pt
on his hed and they ever-luted agin and in
a few genorashuns was slick alover like
But tihe ansimul had a tale and it were
in the way as they sot down, so it be0
oumn fashunabhle with the niggor winmin
to have short tales and a migger woman
is follern the fshiuns as blindly as our
white wVi1mmen.. So( they pinehed ov-f the
tales uv the nu horn she niggers,
they did oiutill like the (ines snull feet
they burgun to breede without tales at all.
1 hev noticed as p)rufo of the everlutin
thxery they has miuchi uv the tumbhel bug,
munch uv the munkcy, much of the chiim
pansy in them yit and always will hov.
[They is kind uiv imiutatini br-utes and1( will
he fur a milyon years to oum. They hmev
such a hankerin arter rolin a thing away,
stoalin and-hidin it. Why I've notisod
our old( cuck pattiu cor-n diodgere, and it
is zactly like the motion uxv or- tumbol buog
fixin up his daly bred.
Ini this line- of ev-ulihmu I am or bo
leoever I am and( thatha ad.zactly how the
nigger (1um1 hero he (lid.
Buot those big D ervins are4 powerful an
moakin 0o2luhovers and1( misc4hieef makers
shey are. Sum ut them thinks .Jonor
swallowed the whale and sume uv them
hasa it tother way. They thsink they can
show how the camel got thro) tihe nedil's
eye- u~t have to) say the load woe tock
from his back andl Csim say heo was groas
ed with p)ahun 4il. I hev own to the enn
caxshuin it would be hest to say nso mast.
ter how us white men got here we is
hear-and had best look to the futur
rather then thes past. 1 am tho er be
leever in everlushun so fur as the nigger
goes. It was tumlbel hug, nmnky, chuins
pansy nigger, that8 the way they cunm,
and if they ggn as they is going sins
freeduna cum for a few ages they will
resolute ba~ckardR amld the rase will run
Nigger, ('dmpanay, Munky, Tumbel
Bu an,d th.tr will be the eendl that. uvr
ar the ad. Youarne til deth
Six mile jtefss.
M. Evrron :' Six Mile is on qite i
buDding boom at present. There bai
been severnil new houses ereotd In thia
community. Mr. 8. Batker Ias buill
for himself a fine residence in two hun
dred yards of Six Mile bunb, besidem
hie'lnachinery, cotton gin, saw mill and
grist mill, all at the same place. Mr
Robert Willimon has built himself a
nice dwelling in a mile of the church.
Mr. J. E. Knox Is now building a new
church at Crow Creek, in four miles and
a half of the same place, and Mr. L. C.
Craig is now getting up a subscription foi
a new church at Four Mile, in thre
miles of the same plaoe, which will bring
out this country a great deet, and may
enable us to get more able minister tc
supply the churches.
Gap Hill church has been filled oul
with new seats, and they are now talking
of having it sealed and new glass win
dows put in, whish will make the church
We now have three country stores in a
mile of each other on the Biurehe's Ford
road leading to old Poudleton.
F. R. E. L. H----s.
The saving to the people of South Car
olina, by a Democratic administration in
seven years, compared with the Radi
cal administration for a like period. is
equal to one hundred and'fbrty one dol
lars for each voter, white and colored, in
In Miohigan the Dmnonratic candidates
will got at least six electoral votes if the
Fusion ticket be succesfuI. This will
give Cleveland a (foar maiority, with New
York and Now Jersey and the sixteen
Southern States, and without Indiana
Like an Old Creaky Window
This is the way a man's rheumatic
joiuits sometinos nro. Hinges old, rusty,
and worn, and badly need oiling. The
trouble is in the blood. A man who is
of any aceomuit is worth repairing. The
repairing can be done by means of
Brown's Iron Bitters. That enriches
and purifies the blood, drives out the
pains, and works complete restoration.
t'housands testify to it from happy ex
wcriene. Mr. C. H. Huntly, 918 North
Sixteenth street, St. Louis, says, "I used
Brown's Iron Bitters for rieumatism,
general debility and prostration, with the
HOVEY & TOWN ES,
REENVILLE - - -. l. -.
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GlANI) OPENINC, OF
We announce to our patrons that we open
AN IMMENSE STOCK
Notlonsu, Druess (soods,
Flannef flC1s Bl<mkts,
Cassuineresu, .Jenius, and
D RE SS GOODS.
Sl-K VELVETS, VE LVETEEN8, BLACK
AND ALL COLORS, BLACK
SILK8, OTTOMAN CLOThS,
FLANNEl. SUITINrJ8, DUNDEIE SUIT
IN(IS, ClllNES, BEGES,
R EPRLL.\NTS, &c.
GLOVES. HOSIERY, RIIBBONS,BIUTTONS
RLUFFLES, COLL.\RS, CORSETS,
AND) AN ENDLI,SS
O 0) 0 D S.
WVe (call esp)ecial attention to our
lIn TIwo anid Thr'ee-IPLY
Body Br ussels an d H emps,
Rugs and Oil Cloths.
whichlw pOlropose to sell1 as cap as can
be bought in any muarket, and
T'he Lowest Prices on
all Goods pu.rchiased from us.
IEOVEY & TOWVNEM,
Nort to National Bank.
BEG INNING TO-DAY.
FURNISHED COMPLETE WITH NEW
Black Cashmere i
An acknowledged' Pket in THREE rea
sons that our Brands LEAD
for perfection in DYE,
Never in the history of Greenville has
there been such a Largeand Cheap Stock
of Carpets, Rugs and Ottomans as we W
Thir Department can not be Excelled.
Jolid Colors. Prices very, very Low.
COME TO US TO GET SUITED. S4
lh ALL TIE NEW SHADES.
Our Combinat on Silk Dress Patterns at
830 00 are BEAUTIFUL.
We make a "walk wer" against all comi t
Ten to Fifteen per cent, less than ever. D
Standard Calicoes at 5c.
J M. DICKSON, Agent.
(xir-eenvil1le, S. C.
sept 25, 18A4 62 3m
S. P. BURBAGE,
C0R. MAINT & COFFEE STREETS,
GREENVILLE, S C.
leader 1mm Low~ Prices.
!ho~aIo --R~ ai a~!~ n
He chlIleniges the world in his line. ty
$2,000 wvorthi of Goods to be Hold at oost B
to make room for fall stock. All kinds of ge
O II I N AWVARE, SILVER
of every description, among which are
the D)erby, and Rogers, etc. Everything
in Queensware that yeu can find( any where
Hollow-ware, Lamps, Lamp Goode,
Chandeliers,, In fact, all kinds of Goods
kept in a first class hoeuse furnishing
goods establishiment. WVill fit up a hiouso
keeper for less money than such Goods
can be bought any where-North, South, W
East or West. lie 80115 the world renowned
"TIMES" COOK STVOVE-more than
100,000 im daily use; also, the "S8outhern
Baker." His Stoves are the largest anid
best Stoves for the money to be found in N
this or an other market. Call and get
prices before you buy. All Goode guar
Highest prince paid inl CASn for Hides,
Beeswax, 01(d Copper, Rags, &c.
sept 25i, 188f4 52 8m
CO UNVT ROM.PISSIONNER'S 01 ICR, e
NIiOKHNs C. II., 3. C., Oct. s,18. c
OTIE is herebIy gi1venl that thei Annual
M eetin g of thei loard of Count Comn
miissloners of Piekens~ Co,unity will hie helId
an their ofliee at Pickens ('ourt Houise S.
C.,* on the first Tucsdaty after the first Men -
dafy(beinlg the 4th d1ay) of Novembler 1884. fai
0. L. D)URANT m,
Clerk of Board of (County Com' rs OP
Oct 2, 184 1_ 5
Mtate ol Somalia Ciarollman
Courry OF P'ICKENH.1
Byv J. II. Nnwvonr, J('nox 0r PancsAru. em
Wherens, Muarthia Emrma Chaildressi has
made. s'uit to me, to grant him l,eeter, or
A'lnuimstierationi of thet Es,a,e and fets of0
.Jesse A. (;hMtdreuis, dIeceeaed
TFI,eae are therefore to oite and adIin
1sh ad and4 sinagalar rhe kindred and cre(jni
tors o4 *he - said JPessie A. Chi ildress , i ni
ceased, that they be And Appear, before me, h
in the Cou'rt of Prwbaio, to be held ait Pick.
ens C. II., on the 1Itha of October 1884I u
alter publIcAtion hereof, at 11 O'lok in
the forenoon, to show cause, Ir any thy
have, why the sald Administr~ation eluo d
not be granted. i
Oiven under my -Hand, ii the. 28d
day of Septemsber 189L.
. pet S, 1884&
AND EXrENn A om~
wit ation to all the L
Begin the Sale of the Largest Stot
thirteen years standing.
We shall show a hand line of Dres
SOME T Hu
All Wool Combination Crochet Broca.
D)ico Block, all wool French Armnure 2
~ion suits. Can ho made as combinati
iish fabrics for the season.
'olored Cashmeres, Ottomans, St. 3
s variety. An inviting stoek this is.
R ESS G~OODS FROYI 5 CJ
We will stagger all competition in Bila
BLASK ?ULflS A
We want you to see our 75 cents Black
y $1.00 Silk you have seen.
But for $1.00 a yard we will show you
P.t ashadow of doublt but whait this
id heretofore for $1.25 or $1.40. The
Now, at $1.16 and $1.25 a yard, we wi
.nts to weoar.
Bhack Goods are our forte, and wn wil
ing in your samples and we- will satisf
y if you serve your interest.
We leave Silks for the presaent and tal
>ods largely. We hardly uver miss a sa
,IDyo and Colors are perfection. A
ack Cashmere for 35 cents. We run i
ods you ean find.
HERE IS A Pi
For 05 cents we will sell you an all we
Iue is worth 86 cents a yard. Hienriet
oths and Ottoman Cloth~s 44 and 46 in
>rth 10 cents a yard more. A Special
We shall show the handsomest and1 de
upkins and Doylies exhibited during c
An All Linen Towel with handsome o
>argaiu for a fat. But for 25 cents w
k at the size and examine the quali
no quality Towels for 50 cents. Since
rhly complimented. A number of vii
sapest linen they have ever seen. We
dad no comment; it will dazzle your ea
ar saw. That's all
We shall show an exquisite line of Lc
icy colors, solid1 lacks, merino, wo(
ut complete in every detail. We tras
inion, and invite your inspection.
V7e shill exibiit a mamounth stock of
merate prices. They are frojn 15 to
Ve shall call attention to our Boot
bin itself. Including the Second F%
ide of this business than is conmur ied4
Ve handle an immense quantity of B3
Department special consideration.
Ve handle no Shoddy Goods whatevf
same money than you can get elsewh
ivery.pair warranted just as rpesent
largauue in Dry Good..! B arr in I
J H MORG
LLE, S. (L
IER TO TEIBREtA
fERAI. AND CORDIAL
xdies to Visit our Store.
k of Dry Goods and Shoes in a Business
v Goods. Velvets, Velveteens, Silks and
led English Berge Suits.
fixtures, with plain to match for combi
mi or plain. Lovely Goods they are, and
[urie Plaids, Beges, &o., &c., &c., in end
F:NT A V ID U1PITO$1.50
ok Gro Grain Dress Silks.
AT 50 CENTS.
T ?JXTY SERTE,
Silk. It will astonish you. It will equal
the biggest hargain of the season. Trhere
Silk will favorably compare with any'thing
ustre is beautiful and quality superbI.
.1 show just as handsome Silks as anybody
not take a baok seat for any market.
y you that we have the GIoods for you to
e up Black Cashmneres. We handle these
Lie; that is saying a great deal. The Quali
nd then the p rices! We sell an all wool
hoem up to $1.00 a yard equal to any $1.25
L4UM FOR YOU.
ol, 40 inch Black Cashmere, that in actual
~a Cloths $1.25, $1.50 and $1.65. Bergiline
ahes wide at 90 cents. They are actually
3idely the cheapest line of Ta
ur, business. career.
NK OF IT!
>lored border. for $1..0 per dozen. It is
a have the BOS&. It has no equal. Just
ty. We have ourselves sold many of the
opening this line of Linens we have been
itors at the store ha.ve pronouincedl it the
want to show you eur &0 cent TVowel; it
'es; it is the prettiest 50 eent Towel you
dies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery in
I. &c. We endeavor to make this depart
we have been successful. We want your
Flannels and Underveets. Too many to
0 per cent cheaper than over.
,nd Shoe Department. It is a magnitude
r more space is consumed with the mag
in any ordinary store room.
oots and Shoes, and .give stery detail of
r, and will give you more urtual wear for
Mos.s Goodls' Bargains in Silks! Bargain.
Bargains ia Shoes at
A N & R~RO'S.
UD4Lt*R. ~BITLNGS and
ing . W. T. Mei IL
TEAS,SUGAES, AIp SYRVpj
W. T. MoFALL
ALL COLORS. Indigo, Copp.rne
Madder and Anilines,
W. T. McFALL.
FLOUI, OHEESE and CANI(M'j
W. T. McFALL.
IOROSE AND 1MULE SH(
Plows, and Plow Stocks.
W. T McFAL'
New Lot Caliccei,
Bleachings and Flannels.
W. T. MJcFAL,!.
SOLE, HARNESS, LACE A N
W. T. MoFA..
Cheese and Crack ;.
GANDY, STA RCII, SODA, ' -
GER, Spiee, N utmega, Clovot r .,
lots of other good thiigm.
W. 'I'. MoFA1.I,.
J. A. coo:.
STOVES9 T VIN AUI.
GOO D S. &>
Greenville, S. c
CALL ON ME AND EXAMliNWTr
"EXCELSIOR COOK. STO"
before you b)uy.olsewh--rf
TPINWAlRE AND) 110USE: F'~
INGGOODuLS Al II i'0 - (1. i'p.
At Wholesale,.Cheaper than, the
nov 6, J8b8 11
TRLEASURER'S- OFFIf E,
PioR EN8, C. II., August 12th, 16
IN accordance with the Supply
approved Decemnber 24th, 1&'3 not
hereby given' that this oilee Tv 1 be
for the collection of the second1 instal
of taxet for 1888 on MOND)AY, the 1,
of Septemiber, 1884, anid will remain
until October 20th. 'The rate per ce
is ats follo,ws:
State purposes..-.. ---....... .. m
Counity~ pumrposes.... .... .... ..3m
nience of the tarpa'
* owing places, at the
the colletion of tax
her A, adAlUay and Tuesday, Sej
er29th and 80th.
Liberty, Wednesday and Thursday
toher 1st and 2d.
Easley, F?riday and( limuday, 0
8d and 4th.
Dacusvillec, Monday and Tuesdla
tober 6th and 7th.
Pumnpkintown, Wednesday, Octob)
Eastatoe, Tihursdlay, October 9th.
Hurricane, Friday, October 10th.
And in my. oflice at the ('ourt He'.
all other (lays not mfenitionled above.
After the.20thi of October a pen.
15 perF cent, will be added to all
Traxes are payable In the followin
of funds and no other: Gold ancm
Coi, United States Currency, 1F
Hank Notes, Jurors', Constables' at
Traxp)ayers are reiluested to be
albove pl aces I y 8 o'lock P. M.
(lay, as8 1 anm compej)lled to leave ab
time in ordier to reach the next Ii
All information as to taxes freev a.
by mall or otherwise.
Treasuren Pickens CO
fory bte Profresolo"s. Berv ices i o
round.ingO0'earil. Cal.ls pron'1pily
to. day orf nighti.