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Is PUBLISHE, E9ER 1T RSDAY.
,2F. BZDLFEh 4ttor.V
IC NS U.''"t., S.~C:
Thursdav. February 28, 1878
CtlUlmA, S. C., Fob. 22, 1878.
SDear Sentinel: For the last week nol
much logislation of a generol charne
ter has takon place, nearly all th<
bills disposed of relating only to af,
fairs in different counties. The bill
introduced by myself to repeal Sec
tion 2 of an Act relating to the pur
obase of Railroads, &c., and by which
it has been claimed the Air Line Rtail
road would be exempt from taxation,
has passed its second reading in the
House without opposition. The bill
- was publishod in your last issue, and
provides that after its 'passage the
Road shall be liable to taxation.
The consideration of the report o
the bond commission has been post,
poned until Tuesday next, at which
time it will be taken up and discussed
without intermission until disposed
Mr. Memmingcr, of Charleston, has
Introduced a joitit resolution confirm,
ing the consolidation Act, and pro
viding for the continuation of the
fur ding of the debt under its pru%
visions, without any reference to the
Mr. Hood, of Abbevill, has intro%
duced as a substitute to Mr. Mem,
minger's joint resolution, a joint. ro0
solution, eliminating all the fraud
from the settlement, &c. These reso
lutiouis will bring the issu squarely
before the Logislature, and the con
test will be between-the bondholders
and an outraged and plundered peo,
ple. Which side will win, it is hard
to tell at this w iting, but I am of
the opinion that the people have the
advantage. The partial report of the
fraud committee has ,been published,
and it exposes the most gigantic sys,
tern of brigandago and plunder over
kno'wn in a civilized governmnent.
I will not attempt here a rev'iew
of its contenits, as that wvould be al
most imlpossiLble, for every sentenet
refers to robbe~ry, anid to review its
entire contenits it must bo read, and
as you will do'obtless publish it, I will
leave youa readers to mako their own
To mor ro w, the 22d, WVashington's
birth duty', being a~ national holiday,
both IIouses h avo adjourned over to
Monday evening next. Many mem,
bers, your correspondent, probably
amongst the number, will go to the
big cehvbration in Charleston.
1). F. B.
Our neighbor, the Greenville Daily
News, has come out in a brand new
dreRf. Tho News is a sprightly pa~
per, filled n~ ith thme latest telegrams
antd the current topics of day. It ih
the only daily paper this sido of Co
tumbia, and should be heartily sup.
ported -by the up~ country. We wisi.
this excellent journal success.
Hion.. D. Wyatt Aiken has oui
thanks for a copy of the "Americar
Almanac for 1878." ,It contains a ful
vote of iho electionsi o1 876,stastistici
of varIious institutions, import.s an<l
exports, ban ks, rail roads, cut re ncy
- &c , &c., covering 420 pages of a wel
bound book, in tcerig and instruc
tiv6~ reading ror all peraons.
L. Case Carpontor has been pardon
ed by the Governor.. Ho was in ba<
healt.h, besides his wife, who is adsi
very feeblo, and children wore depen
dent upon hin for a sup)port. i
Aaid that every State Senator in ta
hall, at the time then petition for Car
penter's pardon wvas presented, eigno<
It,. "To err5 is human, to forgive di
We have carefully road Lhe brief am
*goinits oft authority subnuitted by Hor
__ .W. W. Boyees of W ashington, counaq
for Pickens County, in .the Suprem
Court. in the case of the Ba.k:.5
Commerce vs. [1. J. A nthony ,ot. ai
Uoinmissioners of Pickens Counta
hi i will be rememberod is ,l,
Iatilrni case carried up to thme 8g
preme court in 1874, by Colonel J. J
norton. The points stbmuitted b
Ma. .Boyce oerfaly, appear str?n
Foible, anid Paikens may .yei
Sd ohs "hdaheadled .mpn0ter.
.R.'A. ChlId;-sq, lobsentEn Aet
4nb1 *k 6n prof.ehdoi
.. e .
A Now Depaiture.
Never ho a people, in tho.' Ang"wn
vorld, suffered so much frib porrupi
%ion and misrule an 4C peopil of
Soutl) Carolina., Rogtnv, and' liori
Onos' .lied bie -high otls, Jnd
wrested from 'her citizens enormous
sums, under the guiso- of taxation, to
be squanderd by these- seoundrel in
in disgraceful revels and debaucheries;
while the strong arm of the Federal
Gevernment was-lent to sustiin t,4erg
in their crimes and to crush the geo
pie of our State 'beneaththe tread of
their cruel and ruthless feet.- We
could stand it no longer. In the last
campaign the people arose in their
might and asserted their manhood;
they were determined to win,'and
the people adopted, in their hearts,
the watchword, "Give us liberty or
give us death." Under the guidance
of our ablest and truest men "Demo,
cratie Clubs" were organized through
out the State, and the organization
was so complete and thorough in its
workings that the State Executive
Committee could almost foretell,tbe
restilt of the vote in each county. Or.
ganization won the battle, and or
ganization hold the field after the bat
tLie was won, and our people are now
enjoying the fruits ther eof. After the
t v-iblo ordeal through which we pas
seu for so many years, the brilliant
victory athieved in 1876, is there
among our ranks one so mad, so
reckless, so careless of the interest bf
his State'lm- to throw away the fruits
of that victory, and to deliver up the
State again into the hands of the phil
istines. There should be no dissen
son; we should be a unit. Yet 'ye
hear that there is . some dissatisfac
tion, the outgrowth, no doubt, of dis
al)l)ointed ambition. Lot this cease,
Let thom say with Brutus, "I loVed
Coser, but I loved Rome more."
A propos to to this we learn that
there are parties in our County now
endeavoring to organize what they
denominate "Farmers Clubs," the os
tensible purpose~of which is to elect
no one to offiee but farmers; the in
evitat$ie result of' which will be, if per
sisted in, the disint.egration of the
Democratic party. We will impute
no un worthy or' atnbitious motives to
the originators of this "new dlepart%
uire," but; we do condemn, in no mecas
ure rmns, the .miove. It can but
result in evii. We do not insist that
one particular class, forming a comn
ponent part of the Democratic party,
should be p)refered above others; but
we do insist that no one class Ehiold
be ostracised, for the Democratic
party is yet too weak to be Split up
into classes and p)etty factions. It a
man makes you a good officer, why)
inquire whether he is a farmer, alaw
yer, hi physician, a merchiaut, a mninis
toer, a mechanic or an editor. We-be
botg to the same hjuman fnmily, wor
ship one and-the same God, hazve a
common country and are held to the
same political' faLith and our avoca,
tions in lice cannot detract one job or
tittle from our honesty or efficiency.
Cannot a minister or a merchant be
as patriotie as a farmer? Mos&t cer
tainly. Weo say nothing against \the
farmor. 'On the contrary, we r'ecog
nize him as belonging to one of .be
mpst honorable -and independent
branches of human industry. They
are, as a class, honest and -patriotie,
and have filled somfe of the .highest
positions in our ,country with honor
and credit, But so have physicians,
lawyers, merchants, et.c. If a inan is
h)onestiand efficicit we will not stop
to inquire Vis avocation.
The0 Repblicans of Richiand are
endeavoring 'to orgnnike ii new party
.by calling it the!IIWorking man's
i part.y." This Is only a dodge to in
y fuse new life into the dead'carcass of
.Radicalism. But thb Democrats have
tio 'eduse to foar this moV6. -They
know It is only the old corpse regur
rected and dressed1n 'different.robes.
Thej~ danger is in 'rA oven ranks, for
.if we split-up into classes and potty
factions .we -will bo.defamted, and wheni
we again. fall it will. be like Luifer,.
I never to -ris.o again. Godi save-uw
.from, such a fate.. Do0 awy gwib
l your"ney departure." enlist under
0 the.banner.ot. Demoraey, jofuou
I clubs and, as before, victog' w'il.J
L. crown our .efforts. L~et mis at 'once
.into the field and to work, andlet ui
e inscribe.upon our bafe the mottoi
"There is no such word al thU"
-'The Charleston News & Cotrr
mentions the nadet of eb.Chftneior
1 L D. Lessne as one elf the- commnis&
P tonqrs Ao codify theIAws.of the Stti
it is a pr:oper nornine4lon of one who~
purity of character- stands so hih, ia
so well known~ and esteepned b-all
J,wtbhave ever kitoWn de iIati" ner
L1.~i' ~ 'V -
The Storm Eing. 4
on lt Tli*day evening seve I
of our towj,*n were in fron- e
o ,rt ,6"e watching w itonse
interoi the rk and ,Veatenig
clogde chiob%(re isst gatheripnn
the West, and rolling in heavy and
black volumes towards the East..
Ever an innon,Mhe :deep voice of
thunder could be heard in the dis%
tapeg, followeq jg quek. suceossin by
flashCe of viidi lightpi 1t eing
utrapidly, and p.resently burst uon,
us in all its fury. The wind blow
fearfully, and rain anti hAit lll in tor
rents. One flash of lightning -followed.
another In such rapid succession that
it kept, almost in continual illumina.
tion the norther elenonti.. Almost
as quickly it subsided, and everything
wai3. calm. -All. of . our citizens re
paired to their beds antd slept soundly,
and we hopej swe'aly, not dreamin-g
of the ravages made by .the stornA.
We have not heard of all the damages,
but the following is a i ist reported to
us: Capt. A. C.,Uughes' barn and
stables was blown away, and his fod
der scattered to the four winds of
--The parapet oi the East side of the
dwelling of Mrs J. M. MePaill Wvas
blown down, currying with it all the
weactherboarding on that -side of her
The colored church in this ph1kcq was
also destioyed the wiid searcely
leaving one picco of tinher . in its
proper positiot. . Buriod betietiL th
debries of the church, was two hogs,
and strango to say tithor ot them
were Ihurt. They wero.eeleased from
their prison house the next morning
4nd scampere.d off in a hurry towards
their homes. "Mike" remarked to
them as they left in such a iuri:y:
"Go!go, tell them at home what a
nArOW escalpe you hiVo made. Tell
thern that Babylon is fallen .6nd you
have been buried beneath its rui'ns,
but now, lo, you are delivered safo."
The roof was blo wn off the stable- of
M lr. E. E. Mausoni, of this l:hce, 1into
the garden of Hion.- 1). F.. Bradley.
Besides thlis, hundrods of paunnels of
enig woro blown down, and timber
The storm passed on castward. and
destroyed, as we learn, the well house
of Mr. D. E. Hendricks, besides uin
roofng his erib. The house of Riley
Fecrguisonl, colored, in the gamelI ni gh
borhiood, was also unraoofedl. Whole
fields wereo laid open by the dostrne,
tion of tho fencinig. *Large andW stato
ly trees were .twisted from their
trunks as easily as if they were only
out straws, anid of evily size anid
name, were pilod together in ono
On the Keowee sido of our County
we learn that the storm was equazlly,
if not moro sev'ere. Tlheo storm com
menced in Qocoe County about. three
miles from Old Pickens, and swept i
a Northeast dimection, destroying
houses, fences .and timber wvhore it
aCol. ID. Wyatt Alken in a letter to
acitizen of Fairfield says: "Let* me
call you.r attention to.a matter of ini
terest to your people. In Novemnber'
last, 8500,000 were -appropriated to
extend the "Star' Bervice," which
means the carrying of mails on horse
back, once, twice, and thrico a weQk..
Now I an) sure the mil facilities of
South Carolina need iner;easing in
ecry county in, the SLate. WVeel5ly
horse mails can, .Withouqt l-gislation,
be.,inerensed to semi-.weekly; semi
weekly can be increased to tri-weekly
if' full petitions areo signed and f or-.
warded to your repretentativo. The
Depair'tment cannot rn'alke a now,route,
or establish any mil line unless by
special law, but wherd a bot exists,
they can cnange the abh dule er In -
crease the se'rvice without legiblation,
and -it was 'for these! purposes th'at
Congress lappropria ted - that 8500,000
in November last., The Now England
States average 4& mails per wook the
Star Service. South- Carolina aver
ages barely 11j pev woek. *"Thd*t's
the way. the money goes, &e"
4UaDDEE.IN CHEK8TR.-Th,e Chegj
ter Reporter.says tbat at,a negro
fr'olic last,. wecpk, Frauk Roden andj
Ike W;lon had bishI words, WI'en
Henry lIedes and Afack Aikiton
to.kthQ parti )f rankJ Ryden1 Uenry
Riden strik irig ikq MW ileon and Mack
&tkinson holding;imrt while Flahk
Rodeni cut him dith at h;eavy kaste1
severing the ftmotel ar'tmry,fNibm
whibbv detdth'enrfred In a'fe* niid#nteA
Muck Atkinson 'and'[1enry Rlden
were -nrtested bn- F idkay, and are
nowi jinr. FiiARIoden- in til-at
.- 9 GN3& ITEmS. ..;
-Otal 'is ,sti _1 impr6weingr 'bono
ar Ingup y. 4
ur school 4 grea I ,s.-it
bore 70 s ho a. W o t *111
ntinie 4' subc
Cential Wt a fi stri ban\.
it gives us some sweet nusic, but it is
doubly sweet when we are waked by
it at,"nidight'o still. a.4d folitny
hour. The band propsqs io'give an
entertainment,, to-morrdw night
(T ir 'da nt2d1h8L
gone, with its joys and sorrow. Soi
We had % Vplentine Party on -the
14th. We, passed some pleasant hourk
a well aA valentines. The "flower bi
Central" received a,very : appropriatc
valentine.. It contained. a repiqr;eta
tion of two donkeys, and underneath
were these lings: IVfu'n akl w
three meet agah,"' &c.
Our town is-quito amu8ical. ieini. ' I
h4a a. Choir:.as well asp a4 band..
"Vden,, aw' t, Eden,". with, slight
variattfons, has become quite poiUhn
in Central. .
Winding,blades''is-trying tW wind
b i way into some girl's affections.,
Morb soon, if not so6ner.
An- Importnt Act.
. The fol,lowing act, which has. re
cently become a. law, makes sqme i,q
pyrtant changes in the duties of some
of our public offibers. i t will bo len
.that Judges of 'PrObato will hereafter
ella1111 pi-operty ordered to be sold 'b*
Ehe Probate Court, insted of' th
SVCTTOi 1 Be it Crdted bV tle
Senate and Iouse of Relpresetatives
of the State of South 'Caro ira. nov
monvind sitting in General Assembly
and by the- authority of the Hane,
That an net to alter and amend an
act- entitled "An act to revise,. sim
plify and abridge the rules, practice,
ploadings and forms of courts in thiH
Stato," approved March 13, 1872, be,
and the same is hereby, :repealed.
Src. 2. That on.and aiter the pas
sage of this act all silts of real estate
or persomil property under the order
of the. Probate Court;shpll he maude by
t.he' Judge of Probate; anid .all salee
under the order of the court where'm
the title is to be mnade by the CI'rk of
t e' Court, shall be made by the (Cerk
and aill, other j udlicial sailes shiall be
mnao' by the Shecritf as now prov idend
by law:~ PRfOVID)ED, No thinmg hiereini
conItatined( shtall effect the sales uun';er
executions issud out. of the cour mts of
Trial Ju,stices or those to be'made by
Ceer-utors or admrninistraLto)rs.
.Approt'ed Februarry 2,11878.
CArYias <(F A MUiREFS -- Mi s.
Kate Soutthern, who murdered Na -
ci-sa Cowart,' at a country 'b1-eakw
donin Piekemn Conty,' Georgia,
abo)ut a y ear ago, for dati eig w i '
Mr. So'uthern, antd whoA' with her
husbad 's assistanice escaped fromt
th)e cro vd anid Ildtecountrv,. has
recen'tiy beeo: arrested. 'the~ hus
band, wife, and a baby.born since
the murder, are now all in1 jail to
gethier at Atlaunta.
BLACKVILA, S. C Feb. 19..-Mr'.
JaIi us' Weci bauv1, aged about 22 years,
was kCilled by .G6 X.-Cai-n, t159 miles
from here last igh.~t, ,ngar midnight.
Cause said to be int.imacy swith Cain's
sister. Cain surrendered im mcdiately
to the aut.horities. *
tONDON, February 21.-Sir at afford
Notoicote, Chancellor of the~ Exche
quet', in replying to av question b)y
Lord liartington, said: TIhe rksult,s of
negotiations with Russfii Is an under
standing that 1Tussid il notlodeulipy
an1y pohrtion of' the Ponirdanla tji Gatl
peli or the border lines of the ARiatic
sido of the Dardanellesyo England under
takinlg not to Iaid troops at .Gulipoli
or on the; Asiatie side of.them Dard&
LONDoN Fe~b. 21.--Th ii1dnchestet
(Gaa'rdiatn t en 'that'an'%flheroFthe
Horab'G iVidsl rrivecfat-B'f dIto? Atg
lanrd ,'yestrt ti ceornAIs6d by' a'ves
torirlary Murgeon 'tos patlehaee 5,000
hotie fot the wvat effide. .-The officor
stattes thq~t this iA a part of a purchase
of 2i000 hor'sea whieh have been-or'
dered. . The goverin pent has purehas.
e4~ pnothg' iron QIlid ~juilt f orTurky.
spp sn -o guns,:
ported that-thegovernrnent of Eras
rooim 'hase telegraghed. to btbe Por4e
that.:the<egacotionQ of th1t place e i
is1p1pasiblei M:eOwingl to 0. ire.interrlpt
Lieg 9[9o!nriicationl by sn~ow.
tteppsp 4.pyot Qbhia n fOo~,Qp gM!4
CetteelL1 gen+-atPy' ilprteni.
with high statipirsand the grneatest
$$dII6 hist Nt b edn en dely free
1 ;wa nddi'-b tin tr
an imenoderam ibte of WMk#
AV U ' 8--A firo broke
inbri arehouse belo.g
to 8 nn4 Bank and Trust
p and 'e by H. M. Comer
& . ur thou id bales of cotton
ere y $220, insurance, in 4
rious companies, wore burned. J.'he
building was completely destroyed.
IU Wits tiernieu'g' noon to-day, but
was under control. Five hundred
bales of cotton will probably be saved
A"atnamaged condition. Insuranue
on the warehouse is about $20.000.
The fire wos the work of an incen
RoME, February 2L-Pope .Ieo
.Thirteont4, held a congrogation of
CarOinalet to day. Ho annogneed, that
an ene-yclica.l to, the Catholic: world
would be dispatched to day, announo
itg -hii necestoirt to h 6 pontiffcal. It
ha4 bekn decided4hat.-thq' Pope shall
not fov the pfesent-leave the Vatican.
Will Cuie Rheumatism
Mr Albert. Crooker, the well finown druggist
.on, upothecary, of Springvale. Me., always,
advises every one troubled with Rh,eurpalism
to try V.dETINK.
Read His Statement:.
SRaXQVAT-,. 19x,Oct. 12, 1876.
Mr. . R. 8-r-r..vs--Dear Sir: Fifteen
years'ago 14st 'fal was taken sick with
rlenmattisi, was unable to move uatil the
next. April. From that time until three years
ago I'his fall I i-iffered everyt hing with rhu-.
miatism1.. Sometimes. there, would be, weeks
at a iime that T' could tot stcp one step; these
attacks were quite often. I suffersd every
(hing th-t. a, min cood. ' Over three years'
ago last spring I coninlenced taking Vege
tine and followed. it up untit I had taken 7
bottles; havealiad no rheunatism since thal.
'ine. I always advise every one that. is
troubled with. rheumatism to try Vegetine,
and not suffer for years as I have done. This
statenient; is g raluitols as far as Mr. Stevens
is conccrned. Yours. etc.
Firm of A.-Crooker, & Co., Drug. & Apo.
BAS ENTIRELY URED ME.
Mr. If. R. STEVENs-Dear.. Sir: My daught.
er, after having a severe atlack of Whooping
Cough, was len i i a feeble sttte of' healt h.
Being tidvised by a. fiiend sie tried the Ve.
gette. and at'ter usinig a few bot tles was fully
restored t o lhealt h.
1 have been a great sufferer. from Rhenmna
tism I have taken several bottles of the
Ve'gei ine for t his comnplaiint,' and amn happy
to say it has entirely cured mue. I have re
commended the Vege'ine to. others with the
sn u e good resul ts. Itr i' a .great cleanirer of
:and purifier.of t lie blood(; it is pleasat to take
and I can lheerfsilly recomnmenul it.
JAMES M1udE. Sti Athens street.
Rheumatism i's a Disease of
*Thse bilood in uI his <lisuAse.' fournd t o con.
tnitn ani excess ot' fibhn. Vegeti ie acts by
con verti ing tile blood. from itsa disease.d .con
diit ion to a heralhhy diretilat ion. Veget ine*
regutlaIes the~ bowe.s which ia ver,y imsupop-..
tit 11I this eCmphnuitt. V.ise botle.of Veg~e
tIne will give relief,' biLtt to lefet.a perna
nonu, cure. i.t rfusb (>e t aketi regularly, and
tm ay take several bot tles. especcia!ly in ca.ses
of long standing . Vegetine, is sold by all
druggists. Tr*y it, and your vei'dict will be
the samfle as t hat of' t houslinds before you,
who say; "I never foun<l tuo much relh-f as
f rm te ue o Vget ine," which is composed
exclusively of Earks. Rioots, and Herbs.
"VEa:nNE," s@ys al Bost on physician, 'has
flo equal as a blood'purifier. 11earing of -its
miany wonderful cures, aller all'- other remne,
dies had failed, I visited the laboratory and
convinced mnyself'of itYgenuine nierit, It is
prepared fronm hb-i;s,. rootsa and herbs, each
of,which is highl.y effective/ and they are
onounded In -such'a manner as to produce
as[ ouishinig reqults,
* ' VEG ETiNF~~~
.- I4QTIIlIN G EQ UAIi WLO "IT.
- 8'orulJ SuLn, 3Mass., ,3o,.-146 1876.
Mr- 11. RI. -rLvess--Dear Sir: I have been
troubled with ScrofulA,tunker Atid inter
C9;uplaint., or three .years nothing,ever did
m)e auny good until I commenced using the
Vegeline. I ait now'kettin~g dihohgfrst-rate,
and still using the Vegetine, 1 . consider
there is nothing equal to it tpr .such coin
plain ts. Can heartily recomnniend i't to. every
bpgy., TYoura truly, ..
M rs. L IZZfIlt M. INA CItATlD,
No.'318 Lagrange-st.~ Sdttl Saldmi iMass.
VEGETINE is Sold by All Druggists.
Fob 88 17 , ., 5 4
The 1farent of Insomi 'a.
Th e parent of ind6nmnia or waket iness is
i tihie cakes 6tiL of%n a'dyAptidtbintich.
GOod digestion gied'gottl do*bdiale4p. indi.
gestiosi .i;iterferesP, pi&t$ If. !Tbip :brin -and~
stOwiaph synpthize., ,One o fl;l pr,on nent
sy.mnptomis of a wqak stateof? the gastri or
gan's is a distutBance of'the great nerve en..
trepofftIhd bt-ain. IBivlgoraite the stoltMch,
and4 ou restore eqtiibridm t.o the,gieat cen.
tfe. .A most reliab. e edicinesfor> the pur
pose Is Ilostetter's St.omtiqeh Iitters, Which is
fi-' rderable-'to-'iner'nl sedut ides and power'
fifd a.o~rotios.Whiqbu, t iought Lt)ey ay for, a
time oxort a soporific influence upon the'
rin, soon: censeo ftt:/ dad iniMelably jn:
!'re the tong,of.. er ep(aoh .. The Pitfers,
op the eon t r i, resto. ac'vity to .4 oper-.
*rft& of thbt1.16p pftant orgab, knd atheir
peien inhiegeo g reffegted s ound.
leep and a tranquil state of the ne'vuss.ye
thk,~ A Mb*tolemeba10~dtxs.iI2ke*ibe 'given
to the action of.the ilig,n bwde by i s
~oAllI WAohW Thaese Pwes.
besIte Mar' ondrks~
. YdItebrdin,' Iinet eroth'h%A:y fot"
th r .,DESDSI) au4take&It, ,q gf or s
ee. After this datenio J.4sor'6ther
P hr aill ba-REnorkedr aU~ tha fees
- 4 I /
4TE W - 8.OUTH ROIIA.
IN Tfi PAOBAT IOURT.
Y virtui 6f an order to'-e directed,
B W. G. Fjeld, Jud e of Probte,.-In
for the County of Pio ena, bearing date 81s
January, 1878, 1 will sell to the highestbid.
der, on 1st Monday in March next, the fol
lowing LAND, to wit;
All that TRACT OF LAND, intuat In
Pickens County, South Voroli4a, on 4
of Town Creek, adjoining ladds ofJ; .
good, Mary Haynes and others, and contain
Ing One Hundred and Fdrty 'l1i xAet 7
or less. , Sold as she property . of Filsh 4
K41ley, deceased, for-partItion.
TERMS: Pn a ofed1l ot twelve month
purchaser to give bond and mortgage preml
ses-- The costs of partiion and sal, and
papers cash on day of sale.
. JOAB MAULDIN, s.r.o.
Feb 7, 1878 -22 4
STATE OF SOU I'1' CAROLIKA.
COUNTY 6'F PICKENS.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
B Y virtue of an order in file above stael
case,-to me directed, by W. G. Field,
Judge Probate for the County and State afors-,
said, dated the 81st day of January. 1878, I
will sell to the highest bidder, on 1st M0A
day in March next, during the legal hours of
sale, at Pickens Court House, the following
LANDS, to wit:
. All that TRACT OF LAND in Pickens
County. S C., adjoining lands of Russell
Duke, Bunk Arter, and lands mortgaged by
Jackson Arter to I. E. Holcombe, and con.
taining -One H undred and Thirty Acres, more
or less. Sold as the property of Ja4on
Ater, deceased, for pay ipent, of debts 'ad
TERM.S CASH-Purchaser to pay extra
JOABI MAULDIN, s.?.o.
Feb 7, 1878 .22 4,
STATE OF SOJVLi CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PiCKEN8.
B Y virtue of sundry executio'rs, to me d.i.,
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Pickens Court House, during tile legal
hours of sale,pon first Monday in March next,
All of A!on.o M. llger's interest, being
twothirds interest ini all of that P'lantation
or Tract of Land, containinig Eighty Acrea,
more or 1ees, lying ini the State of 8. C.
and County of Pickenis. on Town Creek, ad-9
joining Iands of C. L. Hlollingsworth,- William
Freenian and others, on which is in good
running order, a Circular 'Saw Mill, Grist
Mill and Cotton Gin. Lovied on as the prop
erty of the said Alonizo N. Foger, at the
suits of S. D..iKeith, J. A. GrIlin, et al., Ad..
mnistrators, against A. Ri. M. Folger, Alonizo
M- Folger, et al.
'IERM'S CASH-Purchaser to pay extra
JOA B M1A ULDIN, n.r.c.
Feb 7, 1878 224
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
I KEEP GOOD
* AND AT
PRICES TO BUIT,i THE HARD
--W. T' MIcWAL
Ja.10. 187N ~ 18$' ~ .