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P-'*1a EN6 C. 11., S. C.:
Thsarsday. Nov. 23, 1876.
To Our Patrons.
Those who are in arrears to us must
come forward and metHle, or Vo will
be compelled to craso their names
from our books. Many ot out' sub..
scribers, who are good for the amount
of their subscription havo failed to
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however. much we may regret to
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alike to ourselvos and those subsrib.,
ers who pay us, compells as to do so.
We have been paying postago, and
furnishing many our paper for several
years without a cent in rettul). This
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day of January next, their paper will
certainly be stopped.
We have also determined not to
enter ainy more names on our books
without the cash in advance. '.i his
will be the unalterable rule of the
offico in the futuro.
The Banner Precinct.
' Before the election we stated that
if ainy prec~'int, in the County shuld(
give a solid Democratic vote, we
should move that such prCci nct be
given a muedaul by the other p)recincts
in the County. It seoms that Dacus's
villo is the winner and is justly en
titled to the modal, though Herd's and
ilinklo's came very close dividing the
honors with Dacusvillo. At herd's
thore were threo votes cast for Mr'.
Blythe for Soliciior and one for the
HIayes elect'rs, bitt a solbd Democrat
ic vote was given for the state and
County offleurs. At JinkIe's Mr.
Ulythe receivcd two votes, but the
P~residential, State anmd County ticket
was voted for solidly. At Daucusville
there was not a vote polled for any
Re publican can(tiid ate, arnd consequen t
ly the medal justly belongs to thazt
Precinct. We now move that a col,
lection ho taken up, and a tsploi.did
DecmocratLic Barinner be purcehased and
pre'sented to the Demoeratic Club at.
Daoeusville. Is 0our mot ion seconded?
- The Presidential Contest.
M r. Tilden receives over a quater mil
lion majority on) the popular' vote and
a fairi matjority of the electoral votes,
if' there is a fair' count in Louisiana
and Florida. The RadicaulR admit
that TIilden's mnjority in Louisiana is
over 8,000 and in Florida trom 500 to
700; but somo of' them boldly nesert
that their ret urning boards in these
States wvill throw out enough of' the
Democratic Count,ies to count in
1lay'o8. Thlis is evidently their pro-0
gram me, and Girani has massed ttroops
in both States with theo evident inten
tion of suipporting,by force, the frauds
of thee corrupt returning boards. Ii,
Louisiana wo beheve their programme
will be car'ried out, but ar. Florida one
of' the returning board, Attorney
Generrl CJockc, is a true and noble
Democrat, anid says he intends to see
that justico is done; besides thei e aro
soverai able tand prominent gentlemen
f rom other Stat,es present t. watch the
counting, and we have hopes that a
fair count will be obtained in the land
of flowers, and Tildeni triunmphiantly
Tbe Legislature meots next Tues-.
day, theo 28thi inet. Governor flamIp
ton will select his own damy to be in.,
augurated, which we presume will be
in a day or two after the Legislature
What We Have Gained.
The Dtmoeratio victory in this
Stato is one of the most briliant over
acthieved by any poopla." With a
large colored majority against us, who
had been alienated, and taught by
inscrupulous demagogues, to hate and
mistrust the whites, aid with the
3tato and Federal Administrations to
Lack them tip w%ith beyonets, enforce,
me.t acts and overy other contrivance
that evil brains could think of, we
have gained the grandest victory ever
recorded i the political history of
iny Stato. For the first ti.ne since
the war, the real voice of South Car,
)liana will be heard in the halls of the
,or.gress of the United States. In)
Cols. Aiken and Evin we have two
representatives whom the State may
well be proud of. Besides gaining
two of the five Congressmen, we have
gained five of the eight Solicitors, the
Governor, Liout. Governor, Attorney
General aid Comptroller General.
In the Clato we have gained seven
members, and now have fifteen in ihat
body, and the Republicans eighteen.
Only half theSenators were elected this
time, whichenabled the Republicans to
mantain a m1JOr1ity in that branch of
the General Assembly. In tht- lower
11 us, wxhieb is composed of 124 mem.
beri. tho Denocrats havo 64, and the
Itepublicavs 60, which gives a ma
jority of four. On joint ballot we
will havo one majority, which secues
ix United States Senator, in place of
T. J. Roinson, whose term expires
the 4th of rext March.
A very important step towards re
form can be effected in a reduction of'
1alar ics in tho offices of County Treas.
urer and County Auditor. In small
Counties like this, the two offlees
should be blended, and the salatry
should not exceed one thoupatid dol
lars. In the past, the assersme -t and
Ccllection of the taxes in this County
has cost not less than 3,000 or 3,500
dlollar's. This should not (ost more
than one thousand dllairs, andl we
knowv plenty of competent and re,~
sponsible) men wh'o wd'il do it for that
almouint. Whon we say this we do
not mean any reflection on the pres
ent reasi~urer and Auditor', for tlicy
have discharged their duties very ef
ficiently; but wo do say it is a cryingr
out rage on the tax pay'ers, to be conmo
eled to pay officers treble the
amount that the san e work can b
(lone for, by just as competent, men.
It is an evil that will bie spe'edily cor
ected by the next Legislhtture, pro
vid ed thle Rad ical maiiijoity ini the Sen
ate will consent to it, and1( w (10 riot
hard ly believe they wmill nlow obji.ec
:'s the oflices will be filled by
Democrats. The saving of two thou
S-:nd or 1 wenity-fivoe huntd red dol lar's
in this County, itn these two otihees
alone, will be ab long st ridle towards
In Maino and Oregon, the Republi
sa n elect(oral tickets each contaninedl
lie nameo of a post master. Tfhiis
makes them inelligible, and thecy can
not cast their' votes for I[aves.
T wo otler of thne Republican elec
:ors hold commissions as members of
he Centomnnial Board. They' are also
niellIigible. Now as8 Mr. TilIdon h'is
184 votes without, SouthI Carolina,
F~lori<ha andl Louisiana, arnd conced!i ng
hose States to IIayes, Tilden will
ivia maiijerty of thce elect orali votes
ost, buit not a majmr tv of all the
dleetoral votes, which the States aire
'nt it led to If thbese fd ur Bepublican
detors are not allowed to east their
.'otes for' hayes, will filden bo
dlect ed, cor will the election go to the
[louse. Of courise we have no doubt
>i Mr. Tilden's election, Jt suppos,,
ng the case to bo as aove~ stated, we
xvouldl like to know how the election
.vould bo decided.
Before the election our twin,.sister
Lfounty, Oconee, boasted that she
wvould beat. us in the electi *n. The
ffi'ial count. however, shows that
Pickons beat. her 87 votes. How's
this, friend Courier.
Tb'o Air Line Railroad has recently
adlded foiur new and elegant enginos
to the irollinig stock of the road, and at
shil titng engino cf a now amnd improved
style. Two other engines are in
cciiurse of construction, and will be put
on the road soon. In addition to ti.is,
two panAenger coaches will alsoap
pear, when the rolling stock wvill be
The yollow fever epidemic in Sat
vannah has subsided and Mil the
branches of business has been re
THE OFFICIAL COUNT.
Eampton, Simpson, Conner and
Hagood Certainly Eiected.
k DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY IN THE
LEGISLATURE, WHICH SECURES A
U. S. SENATOR.
-SOUTI CA ROLINA REDEEMLD
GOD BE PRAISED !
The aggregation of the votes by the
State Board of canvasers, as required
under an order of the Supreme Court,
has reIulted mere favoribly to the
Democrats than could have been ex
pected, if the State Board had been
permnitted to proceed, as they desired,
mid to have exercised judicial powers.
It the Supreme C.,urt had riot passed
Lhe order requiring then to exercise
I>nly ministerial duties, there is not a
doubt but what they would have as
sumed to exercise judicial powers, and
would have thrown out miough, boxes
or coun tics to have given the Repibli
can party at majority in the Legislature,
which body canvas*es the return for
Governor and Lieutenant toVernor,
and they would have counted iii Cham
berlain aid the whole Radical ticket.
BuLt the Democrats were too shrewed
for them, and applied to the Supreme
Court for the necessary orders to in
sure i fair count.
One box in Beaufort county mias
counted in by the State Board of Can
vassers, which had not beon est nblished
by law, and which contained about
0 R.adical votes. This box is clearly
il legal, and shoulId certaitnly be throwni
out, by the Supreme Court. If t.his
shlouild be the case, the entire Demno,
CIratiC tizcket wvill be elect.eu, anid ailso
two of the Democratic electors.
We clip) thme following fromi the
Coha nnbia Re'gisterm, w'hieba more I ully
exphrains the situnation.
T1'he Si ta Boairdl oft Ca~n vamsers comn
plleted their labors last, night, so lar as
obey)in g the ord1e r of thle SupJremwe
Cour is 1 concerned. I t no0w de(Volve.,
uipon thme . urt to declaare whether the
electioni shu:ll stand as thie followig
figuries inieniict e. or wh1ethlerI the illegal
poll at "'Sheldon,'' in Be:aufaort County,
whIiichii conais over 500 vots shau I he
thrown oiut. Should t he Court decide
to th) OW out thIi pjollI, thei w hole h>em
twratic State ticke t will be elected, and
two' elect,oral iotejs :added to the voute
of Ti.ldJen and Iendricks. Ther can
be li ttle doublt that the poll will be
disrega rded , as it is clea'~rly illegal.
The lawi~ requiares thiat a poll shall be
opened at a plince called "Brown 's
Cro-s Ro'ads," in Bezaufort Cou nty,
and no poll was opened at that p)lace
on election day, but, at ainother place
kniowni as "Sheldon" -stated by some
par us to be three and iby others to
be six miles ditant-and beOtweenf 500
andl 600 Repu)tblican1 votes were return
Lad as having been cast tat the latter
place, w hich is not dlesignated in theo
law, and was never used for auch a
Tphe ft Ilowing is the electoral vote
is figured upj by the boa dI:
B3o we en, 91,786
a tsh, 91,804
Bark er, 00,896
l ogra m, 90.798
W all ace, 90,905
Br w in, 90,906
a Id rie h, 90,860
D)uring the canvass of the first, halt
Jozen counties, the board examined
he votes by prcnt
Secretary of Stat.' Ilayne objected
o) tik, on the ground that it, required
ot) mutch ti me. IIe t hought, in order
io facilitate busin,ess. that the coutaiIy
eturnis only should be can.vassed as
~Ountties anid not, by precinets.
Thej1 board finally concurring in the
viMli of Ilayne, General Conne'r filed
he follo wing except ion o their action:
Except to the aggregate of the re
mit and the aimnouncement, of them on
he Around that the canvass and com
iarision of the rnanager's retur'ns with
he cou nty caimvasseras' statements
how irregularities, errors and omis
in, whieb vitiate the result, and
p)revenmts the aggregat.ion of' the coun-~
ty canva~issers' statements fr om bemng
reitardedl ai a true aggregation of the
vote at the election.
It is prc per to state hero that the
t wo great errors discovered up to the
time of the filing of the aboive pro
test by Genterual Conner were the
franmduhont enx ca,in..: ,1 voe
ro r I, ' ch Wa no un ed
en e i gUl contain' r ]
l0K,otee frqin ujort,., as
After canv se Char to ounty
40 pla of n ing OiRCtm
as A oned, e da w1h1
Hay"40e , a ti ounty r
returtis o nly were examined How
many irregularities, had the precinct
plan been contin td,- Mikh Chave'be'en I
detected, it is impossible to say., No C
doubt enough exist to deafeat all the e
Radicolp*lho clailp theair election' 10n-1
der 1ie-Iollowring table, which'1s a Vei
lm " a4 IQ bQ.PV.QWUd"b 1mt,d
to the court to-morrow:
IRCRETARY 07 STATZ.' t
Hayne, . 91677
Republican majority, 228
Democratic matijority, 159
Republivan majority 208
Democratic majority, 112
6UPke1NThNDENT 4iF KDUCATION.
''hompson, 91 554
Democratic majority, 442
AIJUTrANT AND INSPhOTOR GENERAL.
Republicn nnljoriLy, 61
Hayno received 1 vote as E. 11.
Ilay.e; Tblbert received 532 votes as
3. B. Tolbert; General Conner re.
e, ived 407 votes for Adutat Goner,a
ai.d Cromptroller Guteral, and T. C.
Du.n 556 votes for offices other than
the one for which he was a catuididate
all ot which wore claimed by #,he can.
didates and are included in the above
It is cflceded by both par1-ties that
Haimpton and Simpson trr electe-( by
at larger majority than 1111y of the Can
didates, L.he Governor ru i'ning uheaid
of the ticket at Jleast 1,000O votes.
T1he names of the can tdidates for
Governor and Lieu tenant, Gove'rnor
not appearing in the plendinus, the
Board of' Canvas.sers we.re niot requiired
to ma.ke any returnis ini their ecss.
The Vote in kickens.
The11 followinig is thle offieial v'ote for
Governor, at each of the precinicts in
this ( oun ty
Tr. tal number votes polled.......746
Of which HIampt.on re'ceived1. . .. 618
Of' w hich Chamxberain receis ed.. 110
To)tal ntuimber votesCi polled...... 221
Ot which Hampton received. . .. 187
0f which Chuamberlaiin received.. 32
[ilampton's manjority....... ....155
Tot al number votes polled ..... ... 395
0f which llamp'on received... 30
01 which Chamberlain received. 83
Hampton's majority............ 224
J. J. H E RD's.
Ttal number v'otes po'lled...... 136
Of which H1ampltoni received.. .134j
Of' which Chamberlain r eceived.. -
Hampton's majority..... ....... 134
PIcKENs C. 11.
Total numnber' votes polled......489
Of which Hampton received,. ... 34
Ok which Chamberlain received.. 140
Hampton's maIjor-ty. ............. 209 '
Total number votes polled......134 i
Of which He.mpiton received.....134
Of which Chamrberlaiin received.... -
Total number votes polled...... 173
Of which Hampton received ... 103
Of which Chamberlain reccived .. 38
HampI1jton's majority .... ........9
Tota nubervotes polled......107
Ot' which Hampton received.... Id13
01 which Chamberlain received.. 3
Hlampton's majority.. .. .... ... 103
Total number votes polled....... 37
Of' which Hampton received......37
Of which Cham iberlain ceceived... --
Hazmpton's ma:jority............37 A
Hampton's vote in County..2602
Cha,mberlain's vote in County. ... 406 ~
Hampton's majority.. ...... 1,596 -
In our first issue after pheo election,
we stated that Hamp on's ma~jority in
the County, was 1,648. This wats an
error, caused by total voto east at r
OneO box, being htandted into us as -
Hampton's majority, when Chamnber,
hain's vote should have been dedtutd
CHO ESTo, Npv. 17.-A col
e t 9s *'erely heaten l by
ic e ' es i a wtonville in thq
or rt OS ort counlty. Tht*
ul tice issu a wurrant for thle
0re8st the offe rs, and five w*re
rrest by a con 'ablo and posse ---
bheoe, on returning with the prison.
re last Inight, wre attacked by a bod%
t aimed negroes. Two of the white
onstables were killed and the pris
04r rescued. The tiheriff of tho
ounty is now on his way to Lawton
1ie. 'elegrums'lin vM I"t8t41
hat negrocs 2,000 in numbor and
rined, aire at Stafford's Croms Roads,
mar Lawtonvillo, sweiring vengeance
M every white man in the C( unty.
AUGUSTA, Gu., Nov. 17.-A posse of
ix men was sent out by Trial Justice
dullig n, near Lawtonville, S. C.,
,esterday, to ar1'rest a party of negroes
or beating a colored man. After the
tirest was madc, the potioe ws Sur
.oun. ed by an armed body of blacks,
ind two whitep, named W. Shooman
mad Abe Deloach, were shot. S1*io
nan'st body was found this m6rning,
oith his head chopped off.
A BLOODY AFFAIR AT BATESGUR.
rhe Batesburg conmmnity were
brown into a fever of' exciteient on
3unday morning, 4 ver the news that
Lodwick ilartly, Esq., and his son
:urri Ilartly, had both been dan-.
IrCously anl(d horribly cut by one (if
'hamriberlain's itinmidatojo, who, in
.u1 n, ' ;as shot arid killed on the spot
)y young Hartly. . he cause of the
Itercation ar-ose from Mr. Ilar1tlcv at
.emptilng t. order from his placo~ the
ntitndidator, w o had beei threatening
.0 kill a certaiii colored DlMWorLt. On
hu :11pproach of tht .l (!d gen.tlemani to
..e house of' the Democuttic negro,
sholly iiarned, for the purpose ot
w,oteetitig the. Demnocra. uiodl orderinig
hi int ruder aw ay, and comning near
un lie was hini:.et giomsly insultt-d
kraid at mnce atitaicked by the nt'gro
vit h a kidle drawn. laving ino means
ff Celelse, and belo e aid could conic
0 hiiI), the n(gp1' ! Punigei his kniife
11to the neck of tle oldi gentleran,
1flittiig a ghtstly W1ound. About
his titni, yofug CuIrI Hrtl 1ri
ip) to the ri't f his tur ber, and ttit
iogro( tat ot-e( iinadue ait hitn, thiiij,r
30 dloubht lie bil Jilled one, vi('t iin atid
ul the. nega o clincheitd 3 oun g .Ian il
13d node~I a deep anid tijy g:ash nera'
hie buek'l ofI his neci k. -c;aricely giving
iun a1 ebance to extricate his pei~'
ra(in) its ue:. i ibtl, anW ini this pj)i ion
>a3-ely savin:g hli4 lilte, he shot the ti. ad
brouigh the bieni, wt hi. 1.l1 dead ota
he spot. Mir. Ilhrtily anad his son to
>outh doing wvell ant thbeir' woiund,
Sol id Sa m-solbii au th- thazit is a
omb'1i1)nation that. the office hltthir
Poor House Steward Wanted
County, do hereby adveris.'e, that res~
oibleI)I buds or propos9in ouis ini wr*ia ing to
erf'ormu the duties of P'oor' 110ouse S:deward,
or te ensuing year'..are invited to be' filed
n their otIice on (or before the 8th (lay of
)ecembher nezt. Each bidder is reqauirr-d t)
give full part icubIars as to h iis laun i Iy. iaid
ood reterences, from which to enable the
nomn g Boartd to aiccept. the pr'opo itionli or
id that may seem best for lie inlteresls of
he county. Dated November the 7th, 1876.
JULIN T. GO(SSETT,
G. M. LYNCli,
Nov 16, 1876 11g
TATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA.
Arm indon & Co., vs. S. M. Ifolcomabe.
~Y virtue of an execution to me direct ed,
.)Iwill sell to the highest bidder', before
le Cota Ious~e door, at P,ckens C. 11., on
aledayin December ntext,
All those four Lots 01 Land in the Town
I Literay, in P'ickens Countsy. No. 29 on
'hirdsstr'eet, East side, containing 36 r'ods.
Jo. 47 on Main and Second-si reets, WVest side,
ortaing 1 aicre andl 8 rods. No. 48 on \lain
nid Third streets, adjoining No. 4'7 and 52,
ontainming 1 aucro and 8 rods. No. O.., Sotuth
f thte Railroad on Front-street, containing
I rods. Levied on as the p.rop~erty of S. M.
lolcombe, at. the suit, of' Armindon & Co.
TER?MS CASH. Purchasers to pay extra
J. RILEY FERGUSON, s.P.c.
Nov 16, 1870 11 g
VITATE OF SOU 9 !i CAROLINA.
fartha A. Steele and susan M. Alexander
against. D. M. Alexanuder Administrator
and L. N. IRobins, Executor.
[3Y virtue of an eecution to me dire,ted,
I ilsell to the hughaest bidder', at Piock
ns Court licuse on Saleday in D)ecember
ext, during the legal hours ofrsale,
One T'act of Land situate in Pick'ns
outnty, on waters of --. containing 200
ares more or' less. adjoining lands or'
nd othters. Levied on as the proaper:3 of'
ardin Price, deceased, ait the suit- of' Mar'tha
.Steele and Suan M. Alexander.
TERMS U ASHI-Purcaser's to pay extra
.J. RILEY FERGOUSON, a-P.C.
Nov 9, 1876 10 4*
p HE nndersigned have nlow on hand and
L for sale. 200.000 BRI'KS. one fourth
IIe from Depot, at. Liber'vy Station. 8. 0.
ERMS CA311..-11arrer wihI be takeni.
HOLCOMBE & STANSEILL
Oct&, 187e 6 -m
IE B SI S OF NDRICKS
WI A 'at E ley Station
Sbe c litinued by thapUndereigned
A g< od Stock of General Merchan.
1lise, consisting of
READY MADI!t Cl HiNG,
In mtore and arriving. All to be 8old
asicheap a any other etabliBhmont
For Cash or Barter.
Wo call attention of our frionds
whom w, hav- been accommodating,
to their. indehtednos to us, and ask
thom to call aL once and settle their
aeconnts )y.casmh or note.
The death ol MIr. llendriek; makq
this call a ieueisity, and hope thnt
none will disregard it.
Bring in your Prodtice-the higi* W
est miarket prico paid for Cotton,,
at4ey, Spt. 26, 1876 4 ti
W. A. LESLEY,
PICKENS C. 11., .. C.
HAS JUsT iECEIVED A BEAU.
TIFUL STOCK OF
CA Lit UES,
I(EN'1UCY JiM NES.
G;EN iS' FA NCY BOWS,
A tal, y-r - : i.. ' suallv k ept ini
Oct 5, 187G 5
:N COU it COMXI\ON Pb EAS.
..Mrs Marry Bloyd, Plaintiff.
Against lIiarvey V. Hutt, Rebecca Hunt
widow of llewlet llunt. Willbrim Hunt,
Il iar vey C. Hunt,,\ Martin IILlnt, Evaliune
('hi d, Ma;ry lian. Catroline M organ, Mar
garret lII,,t, Zumrah G'uesi. Rlohert 0. Hunt.
D)orcuis I'*t ty. Elizabeth HtIunt, widow of
Wesley llunt, WV P. 1Hunt, heirs of John
TV. Hunt, 15. F'. llunt. Tr J1. Hunt, Marcua
ii. Iitit, Ann Hunit, anid J ohn Petty-Do.
SUMMON FOR RELIEP.
TrO lar1vty C. Ilunt BI. F. Hunt, Harvey C.
Ilunt, Jr, Martrin Hunt, anid fary Hunt,
l 'etfen-ant s in t h i act ion.
YJ (U are' hereby sumn d aned required to,
Lans,wer tihe complaint in this action,
which is filed in the ofioo of the Clerk di
C'ourt of Commuuon Pleas for said County, and
to serve a copy of your answver on the subt
senihers at their oflice, Publio Square, Green.
vile C- II. S. U., within twenty days after
tim service of this summnons on you, exclusive
of .ihe ri9r of Oer vicet. If you tail to answer
rlig c<mphin rt with' a thle timo aftoresuaid, the
plhint ifl will apply to the Court for the r?elief
dlemianded in thre comuplaimn, and f9r costs.
Dated 21st, June, 1876
Greenville 0. II., 8. 0.
'lo Harvey C. IHunit. B F. Hunt, Hlarvey C.4
Ilunt, .Jr. Mlartin flunt an1( ~dary Hunt.
Take notice, that the complaint in the above
stated c,nse was filed in tlie ollice of the Clerk
of the Court of comm rons pleas for said county
of Prokens, on thre 1st day of July A. D) 1876.
BLYTiIE &, ANGEL,
Nov 9, 1876 11 A
S r A TE OF SOUT H CAIROLINA,
(I UNTrY *1F PICKXJNB.
IN P HOBAT E COURT,
Andrew .Co thran Plaintiff, against Willa
J. Coihran, Joseph N. Cothiran, Benjamim
P.-061thIran, M. E. Unthrant, EHlsk# Cothran,
Ial,hla Suttles. Mary Dodsorn, Jane Dirr.
ham. Rebecca McKinney, Thotopson W.
Tolleson and( others.
COMPL,AINT FOR PARTITION AND SaLg OP egaL
BY' ordler of I. HI. l'h;ilpot, Judge of Probate,
1)lwill Sell at P'ickens Conrt Hlouse on
Baleday i December next, the 'ItA L E8.
l'AlTE of Samuel WV Cothiraun, 'leceaser:
One Tract of Land lying anid beIdgin the
'lounty nodi State a foresaid, being Trdet No.
2, containing 49 acres more or le a, adj oln
rug lands of It. F. Morgarn, 3. 1. 1 erd, Tt-set
Mo 1 and others. Sold or Pttitiqn,;&o,
TElRMS-On a credit of 12 nm9nths, with
ntecrest from datu, except so'rr,u6? as'tma7 be
iecessary to pay costs.of these :proceeding.
P~urchasers, to give bond and mnortgage of the
)remuida to sec,ure the pulrh'am eone . 'Ais6
o:pay. extra for tiIlws and niorIgago.
J. RILEY~ FEltUSQ8y, s.P.O.
Nov9, 18765 4