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D. I. BR DLEY. Eior.
S 1. C A
PIOKEN#40. U., 8. C:
.Thursday, April 19, 1877.
Meeting of the Legislature.
By reference to Governor 11amp
to's proolamation, whieh we publish
cijowhere In this issue, it will bo soon
that the gunomfl assombly has beon
convened in oxtraordinary session on
the 24th inst. For reasons well known
thero was no legislation at the time
of the rogalar mecting last fall. The
present session will doubtless be short,
but there is work enough to koop it
three or four months if it should be
gone into at this session, but wo sup,
poso most of it will bo deferred to
the next regular session.
Chamberlain has issued a manifesto
to the Republicans of South Carolina
assigning to them his reasons for re
tihng his pretentions. It is a very
fitrong but cautious attack of President
Hayes' Southorn policy, and a vile
and infamous slander of the good poo,
p1 of Sou1th Ca1olina U1 ei'nlCt.R
his storcotyped campaign charges of
intimidation, murder and outrago of
every description by the whitos
against the negroes. But it is all right.
It is Daniel's last, and, considering his
bitter disappointment, we could hard,
ly expect anything better. The oily
tongued hypocite is now too well
known for his assortions to have any
effect in any section of the country
against the good people of South Car,
The commission sent to Louis;anA
by the President, to enquire into the
condition of affairs down thoro, has
failed to effect a compromise by fusing
the two Legislatures. The Democrats
remember how two years ago they
were cheated out of their righ te by the
Wheeler compromise and they are
not going to be stup)id enough to try
it again. Tihe example of iImpton
aLnd his followers in South Carolina, in
ipurning any proposition to compro
mise their rights, and their complete
triumph in the end, has given Nicholls
and the Democracy of the Pelican
State new courage. and they will not
yield to anything but what is abso%
lutely duo them. The commaission,
c6mposed, as it is, of four Republicans
and ono Democrat, it seems has about
conme to the conclusion that the Nioh%
oils governmorat,is the only r-ecognized
authority in Louisiana and is the only
government that can give the people
of that State peace and protection.
They say while Packard has the best
title to the Governorship frn the Re
turning Board, Nicholls has the recog
nition of the people, and every des.
partment of the Stato is under his con
trol, except the State House, which is
hold by Packard and the United
States troops. It is now conceded
that ihe withdrawal of the troops from
Packard's support will soon take
place, and, following Chamberlain's
example, ho will quietly retire his
pretentions. The deliverance of Lou
isiana, we think, fromu present indica5
tions, is close at hand.
The office of County Commissioner
as it is now establhshed should be
abolished and a man appointed or
elected in each township, to look after
the roads and bridges, without pay.
'they should be required to meet at
the Court IIouse once or twice a year,
or oftener if they deemed it necessary,
but should in no instance receive any
compensation. They could audit
claims, levy a tax and see after the
interest, of the County just as welIl as
the Commisbioners do as now estab
lisbed at $3 a day and 5 cents mile-,
age. The- otfice of County Auditor
should also be abolished, or merged
with that of County Treasurer, and
the fees of County Treasurer reduced
one half, or to an amount not to ex.,
ceed one thousand dollars a year.
Three or four thousand dollars can be
saved on these offleccgalone each year,
or enough money to keep up all the
bridges and public buildings in the
Governor Hlampton formally took
possession of the Executive depart
ment In the State House on tbe 12th
int, Th,e Demooratic State olloors
who were elected on Hampton's tick,
wlI be assigned quarters in the
anto room of the Executive depart-.
mont, until their case is disposed of
19y 4b!. 8ubretne Coart.
Governor Hampton's Address Uont t0e
)164ptim in Columbi-i
Mr. PIhairman, My Coutrjwomen
and ObOntrymen of Notith *ro*ina:-"
Travel worn and weary,.1 hav c me
back among yot to make my ' 0Xrt
This welcowe lenetratos MI - ve"L
henit It is not the welcome given to
a visitor returning from thp bloedy
field. I bring no trophy, but I h ve
come to say that the cause of truth
has boon victorious, and the, ban" of
South Carolina rogeneiated, -dlsen-t
ti.ralled and redeemed. And how ba
It been redeemed, my friends? Not
by blood, but by the peaceful ballot.
The good men of all races and parties
rose up in tboir might and determined
to wipo out the stain from her fair
escutcheon which had boon cast upon
it by foul hands. We had soon almost
oeorything except our very existence
disappearing from us, for the benefit
of those who are not of us, who had
no fooling in kind with us. We saw
that our government was in the hands
of strangers and aliens, and we deter
mined to make one grand, glorious
struggle, and if we must go down, we
would go together. We fought ho
battle of the peoplo of South Carolina,
and never was this battle equalled on
this continent. You can hardly real
izo it, my friends, but WgliovO me,
when tho.9o largo crowds wore in the
city last fall a singlo musket sliot
would have started a civil war in
America. What stopped it? [Cries
of "You!" "You!"] No people on
earth could have obeyed more willing.
ly, und it was this that saved our
country. Though the victory has
boon won, we can not claim the honor;
it is iuo to the patriotio women who
would not look upon a man who would
turn his back upon the Domocratic
cause. The victory at the ballot box
on the 7th of Novomber was met by
usurpation and fraud. But we appeal
od not to violonco, not to unconstitu
tional means for redress in Columbia,
for we knew that the crowds which
frequently came hero could have
swep)t this usurpation away like a leaf'
But we said bo pationt for a little
while, and we wont to the courts,
wvhich respected good govern ment.
We said it would not do to resort to
force to wipe out this usurpation, but
if you wait a little longer your cause
would prove successful.. Now, my
friends, I come to toll you that I
have returned from Washington sueo
cessful. The order for the removal of
the troo0ps is a practical recognition.
But I did not go there to ask for any~
recognition or offr 0or accept any
compromise. I hold my title f romn the
1peop)1 of South Carolina, and so help
me God, so long as they toll me to (10
so, will 1 hold it. I went to Washing.
ton fromi porsonal courtesy to the
President of the United States. In
justice to Mr. IIayes, I will say that
from respect to his official station, re,
spet for himself, respect for the peo
p)i0 of South Carolina, and, I hop. re,
speot for myself, he offered no comn
prIomiso, no terms and no conditions
whatever. And as long as he follows
in good faith the pledges mado in his
inaugur'al to doal1 out justice fairly to
every State, if' ho adheres to the Con..
stitution and the laws of the land, so
long as ho does this, so long wvill I
sup)port him. Woe have not fought in
South Oarolina for' party. The fight
has been betweon good and bad men.
We must forgot for tho next four
years all about politics. Democrats
and Republicans, all and every one,
must work for South Carolina. We
must invite imumigration. from the'
North. Weo must show our Northern
brother that he is welcome here. We
must struggle for the State, and not
for its p)etty ofUlcs, and bring back
prosperity again. You will remombor
that on the niigh t ot my nomination 1
said if elocted I would be the Gover,
nor of the whole people; that I would
know r.o race, no party, no man, but
would mote out equal justice to all. I
appealed to heaven to witness my
pledge that I would know no differ
once. What I promised then I reit
orate now. I have told the colored
men they were in the majority in this
Stato, and if at the end of two years
they found that the .Domocrats at
tempted to take any of their rights
from thorm, they could throw us over
board and try some one else. There is
but one way to bring about peace and
promote prosperity, and that is to
obey the law. I do not give ' an or
der or Issue a proclamation, but simp
ly as ask you, who have so honored
me above all others, to carry out n'
wishes. Keep the peace yourself and
go to your neighbors and tell thorn to
do the same. Should there be any
bloodshed, e&orytthing =..ld be lot
aid we would have a corrupt govern
t n redvpon us agal i h ye d
p ed yFoltihat no one ouldo
.t he Bjf ouse when the 4rlops
a wi 'awn except he bes
i *;ad wh the order mes 4or
depart6 Iwant eve one to
stay away from there. When I want
you I, will,t-l0 you. I,gArried ,a .Jt%.
ter with me to Washington from a
soldier stationed in the State House,
iAg ao&so te laVni
"ud full of -vormin.-8 Fwll
iiavo all theso engines playing down
there and the Penitentiary convicts
scrubbing there v,nd fumigating.it,
and we wigl then have a good Legis
laturo thoi4. T3. referred to the warm
receptions given him during hi visit t
to Washin'gton, tid said ho foli
proud'o'fti'speoplo, on whose account
these honors were bostowed on him.
Old men had shed tears and fair
women had come otft to bless him, and
some to kiss him, too.
The Governor again urged his boar.
ore to keep the, peace, obey the laws
and all would'be well. After roturn
ing his kind thaojw for tho grand ro.
ception, ho. took .his. seat amid. tro
[From the Colutnbia Begister, April 11.
The Troops Withdra*ti.
A miserablo .drizzAing lain fell yes,
terday morning, and the sun refused
to shin, as if ashnmned of the part the
national army and its gallant officers
and men had been compelled, in the
line of duty, to take in depriving the
poople of a sovereign State of their
rights and liberties as guaranteed to
them by the constitution of the United
States and the constitution of this
State. The streets, notwithstanding
the iurky atmosphore and the "Lon
don fog" which hung over the city
like a pall, looked a triflo lively, for
the bright groen, half matured leaves
from the scattering shade trees which
hero and thee greet tho eye along
Richardson street, relieved the som
bro landsenpe beyond, as each anxious
eye looked towards the capitol. ThereI
shone, too, -from the eye of every
honest man in the community, as
they passed each other upon the main
tberoughfare, a peculiarly bright and
triumphant, light--a light which can
only gladden the hearts and choor theo
souls of men who feel that truth, and
right, have in their behalf at last tri-.
umphed over wrong, "ppression and
Precisely at 12 o'clock-just as the
eleepy sentinel who tolls the City
Hall bell struck the bell the tenth
time in mnaking up his score of twelve
-the south door of the capitol build-.
ing opened wide, and a captain of the
United States Army, commanding
about thirty men, filed out of the
building. As the order "Column loft,
march," (which order turned the faces
of the "boys in blue" towards the
barracks) was given, a smile might
have been seen upon the face of every
man in the command. .[f the people
were joyous over the event, for va,
rious reasons the troops had occasion
to be glad also.t
There was no demonstration of any tl
kind upon the part of the people.- 2
About one hundred and ifty men, a
majority of whom were colored, were
standing around the building, who
witnessed the departure of the troops.
Beyond this there was no indication [
that anything more than the usual
gnard had been relieved from duty
for the day.e
Thus ends-carpet bag reign in South 0
Carolina, and the scene we have de- 0
scribed was the closing one in the vile, a
un natural and ungodly state of affairs t
which has existed in this State for the
last seven years--a state of affairs
which has brought ruin, desolation and
misery upon a braRyo people.
Later in the day the buncombo
farewell address of ex.Gov. Chamber-. I
lain, announcing his abdication, was h
The following correspondenco, which c
explains itself, was also had betweeny
Mr. Chamnberlain and G~ov. Hampton:
STATE OF SoUTH CARoILINA, 0
Columbia, S. C., A pril 1877.
Sir: Having learned that~ ou now 0'
purpose to turn ever to me the execu,. A
t,ivo chamber, with the records arnd
papers belonging to the executive ofs
floe now in your pcssession, I beg to IL
inforin you that 1 will send a proper ta
officer to receive the same at any hour
you may indicate as most convenient A
to yourself. I am, very respectfully,
your obedent servant,
(Signed) WADE flAMPTON,
Hion. D. HI. CHAMBERLAIN. b
STATE oP SOUTH CAROLINA
ENacUTIva CHAMBER,' L
Columbia,n 8. 0. Api 11.
SiiRe Ilg ti y dr-not. thg
it, h, 'o tb my IV
)00ky illim such ce a u
dg a men n m r
a th s e ha' or the
o i i o you ot, Yry
Governor of South Carolina.
Hon. WADn HAMPTON.
A YAREWELL SURRENDEIt.
(From the Registex of the 12th inst.)
iTnlik4 th,*'ay po;i
ras a gove spr d the ittie
e t s r Ti
pariows wer twt in g Me'tre
ops, the streets w6rv- filled with fair
vimen 'arid bright happy eilldroi
hrly in the !morhing, aiddter in the
lay, for. Un houc<or:t*otby al ola-s
iges and :.eexm of pqpple,-rany of
hqm'bAving come qUt to ;witneso tho
)ageant of H1owe's show. At 5 ni,.
ites to 12, Wadi. ,U.- Manning, peq.,
?rivate Secretary to Gov.- Hampton
cnocked at the optor door of the Ex
ecutive 6AIce in the capitol, 4n ppon
)eing admitted, quietly infornied Mr.
Babbit, who has been ofliating ii
he same capacity for Mr. Chambcr.
ain, that he' came from Gov.' Iaip..
4n to receive the great'seal of State
;ho: Aifleves, &c., &c. Mv. Babbitt
nformod Secrotury MNanniug that he
ad been ordered to surrender these
)roperties of the Executive officeo at
12 o'cloec; and as that hour was but a
ow minutes off, i1 Mr..Manojng would
>o seated for a few, minites he would
mrrendor as ho had been directed.
Ur. Manning took a chair, but by the
'imo ho had becoio.comfortably seat
)d, the town beli' tolled tho hour of
2-the hour at which South Carolina
Aaf to have a now birth, and begin
knew a useful, honorablo and pros
)>rous life. The tolling of that bell,
tecording to Honest John Patterson's
,estimony, was "the death kne!l of
Ramdicalism in South Carolina." When
,he bell coased to strike, Mr. Babbitt
,urned to Secretary Manning and del
Ivered to him the great seal of State,
old of the wh)erea&bouts of the various
apers in t.he office, handed him Lhe
~cycs of the office, and, ui it,h hat in
and, bowed himself out of the Exe,
utivo chamber. There was nothing
npleasan t in the in tervie w; all passed
fif politely and placidly between the
xit of the old and the entrance of the
OW Secretary. William Rose, the
aithful body servant of Col. Maxcy
heogg during the late war, and who
as so well filled the position of janitor
.t Governor Hampton's headquarters
luring the trying political ordeal
brongh which we have just piased,
vas directed to put up) the sh)utters,
lose up the doors at the proper hours,
nid take possession of the keys of the
~uilding, and "Peaco reigned in War
Under and by virtue of theo author
Ly vested in me by the Constitution
f the State to convene the General
Lssembly on extraordinary Occasions,
,Wade HIampton; Governor of the
tate of South Carolina, do 'hereby
immon the Senators and members of
he House of Representatives of said
tate to meet in general assembly, in
be city of Columbia, on Tuesday, the
4th day of April, Anno Domini one
ousaind eight hundered and seventy
aven, at 12 o'clock meridian.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the
rc. s.] great seal of the State to be
Done at the city of Columbia, this
leventh day of April, Anuo Domini
ne thousand eight hundred and Pev
nity senven, and in the one hundred
nid first year of the independence o1
lio United States of America.
IR. M. Si:us, Secretary of State.
Col. Parimelo, Superintend~en t of the
'enitentiary, with about fifty convicts
as been scrubbing out the filth left
ithe State House by Chamberlain's
austabulary. There is other filth
et in it which will soon be scrubbed
ut, wd hope, by the Supreme Court.
J. R. W. Johnson has been appoint
I Post Naster at Walhalla, vice,
lox Bryce, removed.
Next. Friday, the 20th inst., the ten
owndesville murderers are to suffer
ie extreme penalty of the law, at
bbeville C. H-.
OTICE OF FINAL 8ETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
noerned, that on the 15th day of May next,
till apply to W. 0. Field, Judge Qf Pro
to for Pilkens County, 'South C&rolina, for
ave to' make a Final LSettlement of the Eu.
te of Hulda E. Lark, and ask to be disciAarged
erfrm as Adininilstrator.
W. A. LARK,
april 19. 1877 82 . 4.
B sic of kens County, rels
g i sitl practiced upon m
b a ul parties, upon Obn%
o ave a ..the following pream.
b d lutions, et forth by the J1e
d 8 y of Pick County. Wher st
la f il know every lractitio
Med that t a certain l
persons in every comiaunity who, while abun
dantly able to ramunerate their family Phy..
sic < q sIuel Services, habitually
d1oofest dues, and exchange
him fef' another, as soon as payment is insis..
ted cih fat' Past services; and, whereas, this'
system of fraud has become such a tilsance
in this community, that some concerted action
on the part of Physicians has become a ne
'eesyfor SeM?UssieW ge sIJ
Rosolved, That Bjr. - is hereby 4u-.
thorived-to notify,,ash of iaM delinqttente
by printed circular, Qf,*uq4 di,lqu,,
amount of arreat, hd to w in due, with
the 'information that,f 'h'es(A aroefis are not
pi, oy "tisfactorly adjstrc in thirty d
froih dAte 6f such ho olice, that their 'nWh6
will:uppoar ou.6hogineral printed Btaik LWJt
esoved, That . the .unJersi g' 9 hergby
pdge'themiselviA not to li 'rb btiptidns
or, rediaJ advice to thobe *M-opermit their
names to appegr on said "Black Lisf," unless
the payment of the fe6 shhll bo' ccured be...
fore services are xendered.
.Resolved,. That nothing in the above shall
Apply to those who are not - able to pay, owl
iterf4ro itv any - miner with that work of
charity which every humane and honorable
medical man delights to f6ilo V.
8 W 9LAYTON, M D
T W. FOLGER, MD
J W ZARBH;M:h:D
A J AN R , M D
~J TANRSON, i D
B J HE8tER, Mdd Student
J GILLILt\ilA, M D
A 31 FOLGER, M D
J W QUILLIAN, M B
G. W, EARLE, M. D.
Secretary and Accountant.
pril 12,-1877 81 3
a week in your own town. Terms and
UU6S$5 OU[ fit freeO. 11. IALTT & CO.,
CEORCE PACE & Co.
No. a V. 8c=EIDER 8T., D7TMlOE3, MD.
Paten$Portable& Stationary na-tnes
Patent Circular Saw HiAs,
Gang, Muley & Saab Mills,
Grist & Flour Mill, Water
Wheels, Shingle Barrel &
Tanitp Emery Wheels and
SEND FOR U'OR es'a.
-TO$71 a Week to Agents. $10
$5 i Outfit Free. P. 0. VICK.
BRY, Augusta, Mnine.
$1 adayathome. Agents wanted. Ou:
$1fit and termis free. True & Co.,.Au..
25 EXTRA FINE MIXED CARDS, with
name, 10 cents, post paid. L. Jonesa &
C.o., Nassau, N. Y,
To. 66 NonLTu CIIanz.Fs ST., .A.TIMtoRh.
Inc3rporated April 9, 1869.
President, Hon. J. WV. Bobbin, Judge Supe
The above Institution offers all- the com,.
forts of a home to patients suffering withI eye
or car diseases, skilful nurses are in at tend.
ance, and as the surgeon in charge resides in
the house with the fuamily, patients are seen
by him several times during the day. For
further information apply to the surgeon in
Dn. GEORGE REUrLING
$5 to $20 per day at home. Sanmples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Port-land, Maine.
Price, Tfwenty- Five Cents.
ONE HUNDRED AND NINTH EDITION
Contatining a complet e list all the towns in the
United States, the Territories, and the Do
mionion of Canada, having a population great
er than 5,000, according to the last census,
together with the names of the newspaperE
having the largest local elroulaiion in each
of the places named. Alsa, a catalogue of
niewspaipers which are recommended to ad.
vertisers as giving greatest value in propor..
tion to prices charged. Also, all newspapers
in the United States and Canada printing
over 6,000 copies each issue. Also, all the
Religious, Agricultural, Scientific and Me
chanical, Medical, Masonic, Juvenile, Edu
cational, Commercial, Insur, 'see, Real Es.
tate, Law, Sporting, Musical, Fashion, and
other special class journal; very complete
lists. Together with a complete list of over
300 German papers printed in the United
States. Also, an essay upon adlvertising;
many tables of rates, showing the cost of ad.
vertising in various newspapers, and every
thing which a beginer in advertising would
like to know. Address GEO. P. tOWVELL
& CO., 41 Park Row, New York.
MOST Extraordinary Terms of A dvertising
IIare offered for newspapers in the State
of South Carolina. Send for list of papers
and schedule of rates. Address GEO). P.
ROWELL & CO., Advertising Agents, No. 41
Pa9k Row, New York. Refer to Editor of
Dry-goods ani Sroceriea ai Cbrna n
EASJEY STATION, S. C.
THIE CELEBRARTED ETIW AN
DIS. BONE, aiways on band for coms
IIARRIS'S COMPOUND, AND
Also, John Merryman & (Co Ammo.
niated Dissolved Bones-in any quan...
tities to suit pnirshasers. Apply for
terms and prices-at Easley, A. &
R. A. L.R.W
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.
March 15. 1877 26i
TE H IMOLINA.
UNT iPi s.
virt an ecution 'Me diredt,
'ilt io I h Ion Tues.
day after Saleday in ge.:0 t 1 W
Station, Pickent County, .., the ferwng
Personal Property, to wit:
21 coats, 2 over costs, 4 vests, 11 pWjr
pante, I shawl, 8 balmorals 9 under 0r% I
piece Jesns, 20 yards, 1 (e0 ean, 8 yarft
I piece Jeans, 1 piece co 10 y
linsey, 11 yards, I piece n lawak,
80 yards cambric, 26 yards corset sse, 8
10,,~i , box.,
1Pu5 vIdes ho0
brfr s, bilkp6i?04! J, all
pair children's hose, 6 yards veil berrage, a
pair,boy#'.. braces 8, gr a boWr, 9
glass lamips, 2 grasalamps,I ', read
case, 27 boys'. hate 28 wool hats, 6 an's ftr
hats, 10)*08 itirtgeg card
of lace, 1 lot hooks and eye#, 1 lot thimbles
and combp 1-2 doze 9ne pombst 1x.oes
h air-Ofin W 4WiX'MJr hK64 hidW#Es I
1e pearl buttons, 5 pair porset stayS-? 14
dies coll*ars, 1' show case, 4' molasses caty, 10
preserve dishes, 84 tumblers, 5 di p"t, 17
cards hair-aqj, G:cot49 ipM# ,4 ans, 1
tr.uk, 1 lot wrappi Paper, I ose bows,
8 small pit pqrs, g lv*e dishQd, 1 steak didb,
Ssugar bo , 1 y eandy jar L"
cans, 6o packages poultry powdirs, o t
syrprp of tar, 6 paca.ges Jiver regulator, 1,
doten cough syrup, 2 *Posen ot namon, Ij
dozen peppermnt., 4 donu verzifluge,;1 dos
en caatqr. gil, 1.2 'doZen ax hifidles"5 one
inch, , -'iich 6iugor bits, 1 lof nitirie, 8
iron hand scales, 1 lot. coffin handle, s6iew,
&c., 9 combs, 20 boked caps, 1 dozen poc'ket
knives, 1 dozen box'es blackIng, 2 pai'61atch
plains, 10 pair ladies gaiteih, 4 pai' la1le
shoes, 4 pair incus' shoes, 2 pair rens' boota,
3 pair boys' shoes, I mirror, 29 bart s64, 24
pounds starch, I lot rmadder, I lot spie, 1-2
keg soda, scoop and counter scales, 1 -pair,
400 pound scales. .
Sovd ts tho property of Isaac Williams,
survivor, at the suit of Craip, Boilaton & Co.
At the same time and place, one Wheeler
& Wilson Sewing Machine, sold as the prop
erty of IV. A. Ct-yde, at the suit of Nathaniel
Wheeler and A. B. Wilson.
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P.o.
april 19, 1877 12 8
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ry virne of a decret-l order from lon. T. "f.
1)Coohe, Judge of.the 8th Judicial Circuit,
I will se to the- highest bidder, for cash, oni
Saleday in May next, the following Real
Estate, to wit: 4
All the following described Lots os Parcels
of Land, situate in -the Town of Liberty, in
Pickens County, S. C.. viz; Lot No. 13, situ
ate on Front anid Becond streets, East side,
containing Oce EighthI of an aoc-e:eepting
therefrom, that portion owned by 30. N.
Broom and B. L. Stansell; Lot No. 29 en
Third street, East sidle, containingThirty--afx
Rodls; Lot No. 47 on Main and8Second streets.
WVest side, containg One acre and Eight Rods;
Lot No. 48 on Main and Third streeti, ad
joining Lots No. 47 and 62, containing One
necre and Eight Rods; Lot No. 6, j South of
Railroad on Fourth ritreel, containing Forty.
one Rods. Levied on as the property of
Sa'muel AM. Holcombe, at the suit of (fore.
<lo.Inre) WV. 1H. Holcomnbe.
JOAB MAULDIN,s'. r..
april 5, 1877 80 T
SIKElIFF'S SALE. ,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
BY virtue of a decretal order, to me direct.
Bed, from the Hion. T. H. Cooke, Judr of
the8thJudeid Clitt, ti111seHf6the
highest bidder, for 04sh, on .8aled*y in May
next, the following REAL ESTATE. to wit:
A certain piece or parcel of LAND in
Pickens Oounty and State of South Carolina,
on both sides of Mile creek, containing One
Hundred and Fifteen Acres, and sold by W.
WV. Hlumphreys, Special Referee, as the peop
erty of Samuel Maverick, deceased.an
known as Let No. 85.
Sold as the propertf ot Isaac Durhani, at
the suit of W. A. Clyde.
TERMS8 CASH---Purchasers to pay extra
JOADB MAULI)LN, s.P'.c.
april 12, 1877 81 4
ST ATE OF SOUT H CA RpLINA.
COUNTY Or PIOKENS.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed. I
will sell to the highest bidder, before the
Court House doos at Pickens Court House,
dIuring the -legal1 hours of sale, on the first,
Monday ia May next,
All of those 'tWO LOTS, ly'ing in the village
of Plokeiis Court flouse known as Lots N4ow.
47 and 49, on which Ellender Griffin, deoeased
formerly lived, adjoining * ames H. A mbler,
HIagoo~d and Alexander, and fronting Garrin
and Cedar RIock streets, known as oh ,lj#n.
der McKay Place, - e6ntaining One Acre; le.
vied on as the properly of J. Riley Ferguson,
at the suit of W. 0. Field, successo,, as
TE RMS CASHI.-.Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P'.o.
april 12, 1877 81l
STATE OF SOUTH CAROINA.
COUNTY OF PICKgN8.
BY virtue ofan execution to me direoto4,I
will sell to the highest bidder, before Eta
Coturt House door, at PickOtt. C. i., on &ate.
day in May nezt, Jhe fellowing traet of Lad,
One Tract of Laid, lying In Piolkens Couty,
on Shoal creek, Waters of 8aluda River, and
adjoining lands of Rebecca Hunt, Elizabeth
Hunt, ltedhs'Rackley and others, eonaining
Three Ilundrepi and Fifty-four aores, mg
or less. Levied on as the property olf Williana
P. Hunt, at the suit of Joh a . Latham
TERM8 CA8H--Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, e-,.o.
april 12.1877 n4