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PIOKENS 0. II., S. C.:
TERSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1880.
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Announoing Candidates five dollars, in
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TI0KET.
WINFIELD SCOTT IIANCOCK'
FOR VICE PRE)8DENT:
WILLIAM 11. ENGLISH,
At Large-Hlon. John L. Aianning Colonel
First District-Gen. E. iV. Moimc.
Second /hitrict-lion. C. II. Simonton.
Third Ii.isict-J. S. Murray, Eiq.
Fourth >i.strict--Col. Cad. Jones.
Fifth District.-lion. U. IV. Croft.
OZur State Tielket.
GEN. JOHNSON HIAGOOD, of Barnwe
FOR LIEUTENANT (OVERNOR.
GEN. JOHN D. KENNEDY, of Korsi
FOR FECRETARY OF STATE.
Coi.. R. M. SIMS, of York.
FOR COMPTROLLER GENERAL.
BoN. JAMES C. COIT, of Chest
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL.
(ON. LI:ROY F. YOUMANS, of Rio d
FOR SUPERINTIENDENT OF ED)U0
H J.1U0 11 S. TilON1PSON, of
FOL STATE TIASURER.
H IN PETElR RiCilARDSON, ora aendon
FOR AD)JUTANT AlP N8IPE0Top, 1NALs.
* u . A, M. MANI4 ULT, if Qeoretowap.
.IA) n VYA Tt.AWIFN of dokesbury.
10k 4 ~imT0 I O H~1 CIROUIT.
-JA M1 E S R ' Ti H.lN, of Abbevillo.
O P . icket.
I )f J !LESEu1NTATIVE5.
T. W. TOLLTESON.~
J. C. ALEXANDElt.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
JOHN J. LEWIS.
FOR PROBATE JUDOE.
OLIN La. DURANT.
FOR SCHOOL COMMItSIONBR.
OLIVER T. JONE8.
JAMES K. KIRKSEY.
FOR COUNTY C0MMISSIONER8.
A. B. TA LLEY.
LA BAN MAULDIN.
The election is less than a month off. Keep
de awake and duly sober.
Y'esterday, the 6th instant, the election fo r
vernor and Statt officers came off in
orgia. Governor Colquitt is probaly elected.
O)n the 12th Instant,'the State elections
1: es place in Indiana and Ohio, The Demo
Luat are confident of carrying Indiana and
Shopeful of carrying Ohio.
Tho primary system of norninating oanglt
os has been adopted ini nearly every county
~ho State, Charleston and a few others still
reto the coonventjion plan. We believe
t primaries are the fairest and that they
o more general satisfaction. In them
ry Democrat, however humble, has as
oh voice in saying who shall be the stan,
d bearers as anybody. elise. But no sys
- of making gominations will meet with
Sendorsement of every voter. Some oppose
Sdging the voters to Support the~ nominges,
,.l refuse to go into the eluei (n this go,
count, while they claim to be strictly Deaod
critic0 in their pglitloal preferences;. othere
ei L im, and just1jkna our oplnioq, that Nt would
M' a farce to requ a9k~d~i would open
the door to every in tWounty and
they would come ___ a
cra&tio party. But bliande in
our Opinlion is in eut4 Msv',#
no insto. This requirmet Ude
An4vsn, Abbeville Luing a w tthd
othj ounties. In each of the
Ah wqe been obliged to havea
my ' nominate sonme of thrdt eta
in 4b uvile they had :tb tmave e thir
91*. This Ie euoutgh to WW*&vy out the
pa v f the voters.aad disgust them with
Al W hre a plurality noqfraeua
a his sat4ether oue0. no
a ad ME 900Seqqadeoite
ae deary. A pluralit7 eleets in the
on, a' th an primeIple, ia
e A isis
Publio Speaking on Wednesday Even
ing ot Court at.70'look.
His ilonor Judge Mackey, at the solleltas
tion of citfiens of this place delivered an ad
dress upon the political issues of the day.
The Court Houso was full. There were sev
erad ladica present, besides quite a sprinkling
of the colored voteir. The meetin$ was call
ed to order by Julliss E. Boggs, Esq,, upon
whose motion Maj. D. F. Bradley was called
to the chair. Maj. Bradley explained the ob,
jecots of (he meeting and (lien appropriately
Introduced Judge Mackey to the sudience, who
was received with applause. We have, not
space to produce anything like a correct
synopsis of his eloquent and forcible speech.
The Judge confined his remarks principally
to national politics, interspercing them with
apt and amusing anecdotes. He contrastod
the character of Hancock and Garfield and
their services to the country; said that repub
lican form of government was on trial, and
that if Garfield was elected we would have a
centralized government that would respect
neither the rights of States or persons, and
admonished his hearers to exert all their in-.
fluence towards the election of the Democrat
ic ticket. In speaking of State affairs he said
that no Rtepublican could justly complain
against lie four years of Democratic admin
istration. The laws were inmpartially euror
ced without regard to politics or color. lie
said that the Iadical regfimc recognized only
two classes in Cho State--"tlho skinners aind
tho skinned," They took ail they dared from
(lie whito ran and all the negro had. In
speikinmg of lie public schools, he said all tihe
money approptiated by tie Democrats was
honestly aipplied and i lie schools received the
benefits of it. The Radicals made the appro
priations but stole the noney. It ieniliided
him, lie said. of a cat story: There was once
a merchant out on (lite froa ier or Texas who
had a very fiue cat that lie thought a great deal
of, and he gave his clerk orders to feed his
raweto gjenpoO C fresh beef every morn.
o'clock. me clerk promised to do
the hurr and con'sion of busiiess
Vh' t lost. 1 cat for several
aolde) -t one
ould hardly ma ow
~ol ad been pressed etwee
o k. Ile af once call
e h d angerly said, "Sir
009 er to a ibis cat one poun l . h
ting at 8 o'clock, and why
0 A -, d 1, so 1 " The clerk oblied
out his eirpdoyers ordeis.
'Dethc I the beer?'' inquired (he
merchaut. Yes, ai" replied the c'erk, -It'
eats'(he entire pound-'evey (ime." <-We1t,"
said-the merohbnt, "what makes the cat so
pdor?" The clei-k replied that lie did not
know. "Have you fed the cat thits morning?"
"Yes," said tly, clerk, ''I fed him precisely at
B .'olook, and the cat ate it a't." "Hlow is it
lhen," said the merchant, pulling out. lis
watch to aserdain the time, "'that the-cat is so
thin? and it is only 8 minutes past, 8 o'clookc.
Thoe clerk repiled that he could net account
for thie thinness of (he cat, but ,affirmed that~
tho orders of (lie unerchant had beeni carried
out strictly. To test the matter, (Ibe mnerchanit
picked the cat up, placed it on a pair of scales
and weighed If. It weighed Qracti3 none
pound- "There," said I
see I have told yon the
pound-" "Yes," r'ep'led thet4bt*
accounts for thie pound of bee, but.pt in
the devil is the oat ?" The Repopili ens had
appropriated (lie money, but, whoa* a (ie
devil was their schools. .
Col. Orr, of Andera;wig. ak up
on by the audience, W7do1I ~e'
happy little speseI 4 shooycpats,
some timely and ,
'Col. Cotya~n who
came forward and~ n
with an -anecdote the
All the sp wero ,.tntively lstened
to .and frequ addTeesesdt
be a go quo spl insd ahn iw dt
ted i riwu s
word or0art~e e
sone a~s hrlotd i
at that, rode'near the head of the
Club, on a white fleasbittqnhor e, yto s de
of her husband Marcus, d dsmil*o a~w
tily for the Democracy. She Wu.Ith
colored dress and had a roed s b y stiwl
spread over her shoulders.- Wheroe6 she was
seen she created a fit'ore and ga~i greeted
with shouts of laughter and wppitles. Gon.
oral Hagood sought an introduction t* si
the first colored woman he had evtl
South Carolina who had the tenedty
n~e avowal Oft I*Ias the most
Icaof the eanvass. An old noe~
88 ta the procession wh.
tt ngtown Cl e negroes in the lini
nte looking men.'had wore the most
nag oombinaioi f gay and *'rpotiy*
Colors, and oua every sldq there were
seeni the crimson banneddx the *
The man who works for .. !ii pawt
sad apects to be rewar$
bet4ek than a hIwplIng wtgdo
his maslerbids aIe dto.
ispd. Snhmr e mefl4
Spagg4ia er tb.phlut .egh on
Letter from Washington.
(sPIciJAL coausRoNDENOB Of TiIt 8E4TIlEL)
WASHINGTON, Sept. ., 1880.
How will Ilancock'R election effect business!
It is conceded that the general business of the
country is uow prosperous in all its branches,
exoept; that of commerce and ship-building.
The Radicals claim all the credit for this
prosperity, and allege that a change in the
administration will produce a revulsion. It
may not be unprofitable to examine these
The asserUon that any government can
make business good or bad Is a falsehood.
Good times follow good crops and peace as
naturally as any other effect follows a cause.
It Is true that profligacy in expenditures al
ways increase taxation and thereby reduces
the measure for carrying on businebs and to
a certain extent handicaps t. But in this
country of ours, in which a balanc3 of trade
cIn be regulated only by the commodities
raised for export., the proposition holds good,
(hat biIness prosperity is dependent upon
the ima'guilude of our crops. If the govern
ment can make business good or bad at will,
then what have our Radical brethren to say
about the financial 'sasters ando suffering of
187 A t t1hait time not only the Piesidency
but boilh hou:es of Coni'r4e3ss were in their
hands. 'I'hey hal ile endre coit eol of ev try
thing, fina nc' i- nd cominmercial. Yet tihe
land was tilled with bankruptcy. the effects
of which like tile remains; of a passing glacier
are will dis iiessinigly visible.
l i874 the Ilouseof Representatives pass,
ed into the hands of 1 le Democracy. It is
righit i here ihat all appropriation bilN iust
o'iginale. lhe House keeps the nation's
plrsvo and it is a ntmer of vell known his,
tory liat retrcnci ment in public expendi
tures began wit h that Congress by a sal ing
of ti ihy million dollatr, und that a like
economny has followid in every Cougrass that
ha3 assenibled siucO thiat date. Now if the
prc.cit, good tines are attributable to legis
lai.ion, then it is clear that the Democracy,
and not its opponents arc enfitled to the
er dit Ihereof. But thi fact remaius dint
U. past four years ot- crops, both
Souh have been abundanI,. Na. ure
ed u and rain, and lie s rong
0 lIU'Qi'en have guided uhe plow,
e 0 er and vesler and shipped
ga ' . oduce to iesore
.he balanc3 oi Ivor 3and fil the
land wil n -e l'jwever
gowo bt ness it wi'l is,'!er by
[Jancock oction. These e, one houw:led
and four duousand coiers, whose baisiniess
Eor t weisy years past. h-is btiexo per-o-.n
~hef'- light du~miei rind draw theida
Lhudi U~s w.'l be ruined. The'-o is nxo naa
ist *spaper~s depe ouent, en
S ronage that wi'.l suiler. And ntiu1
ia ho.'do of pol't ical hum'ueras who
live only upon part'y con:rlbii onis, these
will be obligeud to resort to' fonest !.Lbor or
die. They are ihi, men who arfu so noisy a"
through a campaign, the meagwhio colleet
foods from honest industry aunder the pre.ext
that, the couut-vy is in dhao'ge-- X-omi lebel
e'a'ms and liebel pensions utincs" l'beral do
na.ions be made. Why no sens.b~lC ma)n be.
!ieves that of sh~e m' 'io f~i- di among Radi
laals durn g th's on c a one-fiou-'a n part
will ever pass ihmo h f dhe co1uOcos to)
be e.cpendled f'or log).i. e pe--y purposes.
That money goed s th0 cen of these ad
vent, u-ers andu roemaias th*iue uat it hunger and
h~irst calls it. out.
T~heso clasaes of b n$exss and only ;hecse
w~lautier by hlano0 ~ a eloction, while aill
legitimate branches of idustry ande enter
prius will prosper until nature fails to give
Ma'hed crops from our fneld. The~n a revalh
8ion Dia7 he expected wit hou~t regard to the
~~ othe White house. Until P rovi
de 0trusts the weat her in the hands of a
P~1!6.I,1t~will be found as powerless over
goo 6r ba~ imes, as a vane on the church
AGWA ANt) KNOXVILLR RAIlROAD.
A EMII of the Directors of the Augusta and
knozltb Railroad was held in Augusta on
tas4last. The reports were exceedingly
buraglng totbe puterprise. There being
'ancy on the board occasioned by the
lh of Mr. James A. O ray- G en. M. A.
alwasplcted to 611it. lHon. R. II. May
. Z~i~owdwere added 10 the finance
t Verdery reporfed to the IJOard
lb piers for the bridge acro.s tie sa
a & Walton's Islanid, hadl been
co and are lrst clss in every pan ic
The president was authorizedtrautenil the
non~ uiseting of the Souh Carolinji Pe.r.en-.
44Iry Dosrd, at Columbia, "a e le avr t o
pAiain a larger force tofttondd to erOpkle
the grading of the road oike Southu Caroli
ja side of the river.
tifor depot. eli s baeya'nd. the
and at Patk's etoe en miles be
. I Brdlethatl six miles
padi.~ au the and Fren ch
004 0pleted, and that
the e'Anderson and
W eemmenced at
toadeders of the
tud r ight fr "future of
ad il nt eveg~auy months
befgre It will be in active operatio.-News
emid~werier, 28th aU.
aback Conensition metbere to day. Eight
coounties were represe.nted by forhyfive de16
gates, four of whom were colored,.
A full State ticket was nominated as fob
lows: For Glovernor--L. WV. R. IBlar, of' Ker.
abaw; Lieutenant Governor--.D. C. Qfig, of
Union; At torney General---A. J. WNian~ of
Rlichland; Courftotlev kineral-Jean Ag.
ne w, Sr., of ltichland~; Etete Tr' .su'er
Masrth in Chdu, of Leiiowa; Nt' te,,,. .r
State-T. H1. Cooke, of Greenvile; AdJutant
and Inspector General--D. R6-Nlkinj of Fair.
The following Electoral ticket was nimin.
ated: For the State at large-J. A. F."Cole,
man, of Fairfield; Miles Wallace, of YqrV
First District-J. W. Douknight, of Lexg
tW; de"ond liistriot-J. E. Gilbert, of )tor.
shaw; Third District-W. If. Therrell, of
Lancaster: Fourth District-J. W. Rector, of
Greenville; Fifth ~District-A. S. Smith, of
The State Executive Committee was con
stituted as follows: V. P. Clayton, of Fair-a
field, Chairman; W. H. Brown, of Kershaw;
M. V. B. Capers, of Chester.
J. Hendrix, McLane, of Fairfield, was nom
inated for Congress from the Fuurth District,
and the first Monday in October was appoint.
ed for a convention at Yorkville to nominate
a county ticket for York county.
There was very little enthusiasrn in the
meeting, and the full strength of tlo party
must have been represontott in the list of dele
Disgusted with Republicanism.
C. J. Carroll, ex-School Commissioner of
Rtiehln( County in the days ot Rre:ublican
rule, and well k sown in t hat County for his
uprightineS, has written the following letter
to fihe Columbia Reyi3:cr, which it his3 pub
Alit. EITOR-D:Al SIR: I presume Clint
the Republicans of this County will soon hold
a convention to nominate Conty oflicers. I
am constantlygj4pg asked 'f I iutend to be a
candidate at be ipproaching election or not,
and I bcg resatfully to state, once for all,
lint I am not a candidate for any office and do
not intend to be. I am thlioroughly dlisgusted
with (lie Nepublican party of this Sale and
Courdy, and I say frankly that I am ashamed
to think I have been a member of a party that
has made such a record as has that 1,aey in
this State. I am alIso satisfied that. the party
in this State has not tle elcments of success
in it. I therefore advise tlien to Liake no
Mr. Editor, if you will publish the above
you will very much oblige.
Re ipect fully,
C. J. CAROLL.
EDITOIt S IscTtNV: T lie blatks sent by the
A gricultural Department to lie gntlemen E
lecied to write tip (lie retutices of tle Couniv
ar-e calcOlat ed to wislead Ihem. 'These blanks
re i! Clded 10 lie sutgestive. IEavl corrCes
ponident is request ed to write a geograophic~l
skei ch of his I owsh ip, givinag in detaiP, char
acieri of soil an'd its ahip il i!ty 10u cullnwe of
us8 products; nmount. of crops; I imber;
erpower; itiiiitctu~re.', if. any; prc of
laud; a mount of lanid for sale, iand any 01ther
in format ion interesti lg to liose who may be
desirous of set huig withI us.
Courrespiondenits 'will please miake their re
ports full, yet concoise, as they will be pub
lishedi in a book by the D)epartmenit, as a
means of inadacing imlmigraition.
Ver~y respect fully,
Si. WV. CL~YTos.
.Ji-lge Hilton, of New Yot k, ha4 givenl $50,
000) to te Demiocratic ce-imp~aign faitu.
Senator IIampton paid Gen:. Ihancock a
vhii last week.
[Y virtute of (lie powver con ferI ed upon01 me1
I) by ai deed of trust, dated (lie 27thi May.
1 880), for certain purposes50 Iherein ment11ione~d,
wichj is recorded ill the Clerk's othee, in
hook E, page 12, by W. C. Field, to mle as
Trustee, for said WV. 0. F'ield, and the sure
Lies on his oflicial bond as lat P lrobate J1udge
of P'ickeus County3, I will sell for carh to (lhe
hiighiest bidder, at P'ickenis Court House, dur
ing the legal hours of sale, on the first Men
day in November, 1880, the following describ
ed Real Estate, conveying all I~be interest
therein of said W. 0. Field, including the
d ower r ight of hi~s w ife, t.0 wit:
TitACT No. i-AU tat rae., Parcel or
Trite: or Land, lying wn the Air Line Road,
a ljaoiing hausds of Ehrza K. iBoggs, C. L. 11l-,
hing-uworiu an ~d Cynmthia. Holliugeuworth, con
tiinguI Z.-80 ares, more or lessm.
TILACT No. __-All that Tract of Land
known as lhe Scot t Place, adjoiiing lanids of
phlre-e, and wlhers, cunt~aitag 200CI acres, moure
TRACT No. 3-All of that Tract of Land
knowna as the Walker Pliace, adjoit'ing lands
of A lpha~ Burro an ,md uthers-m, outiinmg J tU
acr-es, more or lenb.
TRA(.T No. 4-All of thmat Tr-act of Lund
knownm a: the L-dd pae lyin-a 01n tihe head
wat ers of Eaucatvtdjsjinu e hutnd (f Juin
more or loss.
On the Tuesday follegg, at the residence
of the said W. (I. Field, Mar Lib~ert y, on h
Air in1e Railro-sd, I wsUl ull on the s-ame
terms;, t1 e following Persual P'rpry:
Two .Milec-; one M~ilk Cow anu 'wo Year
hrg:onIt hg Arze T wodhJr~ WEg-n ;onje
!;dg'y arl Harnew': one Parlor O~rganr; e
Fin'. b.uble Larrel kShot 9 a; one No. 8
(ooking .:ove. All the HuaeL'Al and
Kitchen~ kurnure and Farrmiing Implement a
in the p~osmesion of said W. G. Field.
G. W. TAYLOR.
oct 7. 1880 3 4
STA TE OF SOUT H CA ROL INA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
B~Y virtue of an execution to me directed,
y ae levied upon and will sell ro t he
highest birider for cash, on the tirst Monday
Io November, 1880, at Pickens Court Hlouse.
South Carolina, during the legal hours of
sale, before the Court House door of said
All the interest, possession, right and tithe
of William Nimmons, in or of that Tract of
lAnd, on which he now lives, on Eastatoe
Croek, adjoining latnds of Mrs. Sarah Alex..
ander, J, E. iagood and others, containing
Eleve, Hunmdred Acres, mnore or less; levied
npon at the sit of Jamnes K. Kirksey. As
signe-e, against the sai'h Willbanrm N ininons.
1 ~ dO Al NI AU LD!N, s.i' c.
STATEOF SOU i'II CAROLINA
-OUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COM MON PLEAS
J. J. Lewis, c.o.p., Plaintiff, against W. T.
phumate, Assignee, and Samuel Stradley,
Defendants.-JUDOMENT OF FOROLOSURE
AND SALE. 0
B Y virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure
and Sale made in the above stated case,
on the 2th day of March4 1880, by Hon.
Thomas Thomson, Preeding Judge, I will seli
to the highest bidder at Pickens Court House,
on Salesday in November next., during the
legal hours of sale, the following described
Real Estate, to wit: .
All that Piece, Parcel or tract of Land,
situate in the County of Pickens, adjoining
lands of L. T. Addington, John S. Thackston,
Tracts No. I and 8 of the lands of J. A. Eas,.
ley, Senior, deceased, and others, being a
Tract of Land belonging to the Estate of the
said J. A. Easley, Senior. deceased, and s9ld
by the Sheriff, on the 6th day of January,
1873, and purchased by the Defendant, Sani.
uel Stradley, containing Sixty five Acres,
more or less.
TEMS-One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash on day of sale; (he remain
der to be secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of the premises.
Purchiaser to pay extra for all paporo and
for recording the same.
J. J. LEWIS, c.'.r.
oct 7, 1880 3 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Nancy A Hoke, Plaintiff, against R E Hol
combo, W T Holcombe, E T Holcombe and
Charles I Judson, Defendanta.-JDnMENT
or FoRECLOSURE AND SALE.
B Y virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure
and Sale, made in the above stated case,
on the 24th day of Maich, 1880, by Hon.
Thomas Thomson, Presiding Judge, I w'll sell
to the highest bidder, at Pickens Court House,
on Salesday in November next, during the
legal hours of sale, the following valuable
Real Estate, td wit:
All that Piece, Parcel, or Tract of Land,
situate in Pickens County, on George's Creek,
waters of Salude River, adjoining lands of
John HI. Bowen, Jane L. Arnold, James Mc
Adamns and others, containing Five Hundred
Acres, more or less.
TE U1MS-One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash on day of sale; the remain.
dier on a credit of one and t wvo years, wit h in.,
terest paid annually, and a bond andi mortgage
of' the prtnmises.
P'urchasers to pay extra for papers and for
recording the sameu..
J. J. LEWIS, u.u r.
Oct 7, 1830 3 4
STATE OF SOUTI CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PIOKENS.
IN COURT' Oil COMMON I'LEAS
J WV Daniels, o.c.r., Plaintilf, against L A M
Vii'Wyck, Seila 0 VanWyck an.l J M
Eadets, Decfendants-J UDGMENT' OF FoRE
CL~OSUu . A NDt SAJ...
Y.) virtue of a Judgment of F.oreclosure
1) und Sale. made ini lhe above stated cage,
on lhe 1st day of O ctouber, 1 880. by liIon. TI.
J. Mackey, l'resid ing J udge. I wvill sell to uhe
h'ighecst bitdder, at. [Pickens Court hlmus, on
S;alersday in Novembmer next., dhn-ing tnhe legal
hours of sale, the followtinig deteribed Real
l~state. to wil:
All that l'iece. Parcel or Tract of Land,
situait e in P'ickens Coumnty, on both sides of
Gr'assy IFork anid Shoal C'reek, waters of
Twelve Mile Ilver, whereon the Defendant,
J. M. Endles nowv lives, containing T1wo Hun
dred anh Fiftyv-five Acres, more or less.
yE luMS-One-hialf I le purchase money to
be paid in cash on day of sale; thle remnainder
on a crecdit of twelve mionths wvith interest
from dnay of sale, scutredl by bond of pur
chaser aind mortgnge of the premises.
P'urchauser to pay extra for all papers and
for recordling thme same.
lat of the Land mtay be seen at the Clerk's
J. J. LEWI8, oc...
oct 7, 1880 8 4
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF .PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
F N Arnold and T B Arnold, Executors,
PMiiifs, against Suwan Finley, Reuben HI
Arnold et al. Defendants--DpcREE: FOR
SALE OF LAjGD.
I) virtue of a Decretal Order, made in the
I. above stgted cause on the 24th day of
M'Iarch, J1408, by Hon. Thmomas Thomson. Pre.
widinig Judge, 1 will sell to the highest hidder,
at P'zekens Court Housae, on Salesday in No
vember ne ;4h6 following desoenbed Real
Est ate, to it:
All ten Piece, Parcel or Tract of Land,
situat4 in the C'ounty and Stale aforesaid, one
mi kom Central Station, bounded by lands
of .Maddox, James 1). Gassaway, B. S.
OGnes, Joseph Gas saway and others, con.
tibng 255 Acres, known as the J. N. Arnold
TERLMS-One-third of the purchmaso money
to be paid in cash on day of sale; the remain
decr on a credit of twelve months, to be se
cured by bond and mortgage of thme premises.
P'urchaser to pny extra for all papers and
for recording the same.
J. J. LEWIS, c.c.r*
oct 7, 1880, 3 .4'
m~ny ofioe, I have levied upon and will sell
to the highest hidlder, during the legal hoursa
of sale at P'ickenis Court house, on the first
Monday in November next,
All that Tract or Parcel of Land, lying in
the State of South Carolina, In P'ickens
[County, adjoirning lands of Cherry MoW hort
er, Jmaes A.Oobb, Ezekiel Long aind others,
sontaining Seventy-fivo Acres, inore or less.
hevied upon as the property of Wtn. J. Picklo,
it thme suit of IL. Lemobardt.
Coroner P'ickens~ County.
Roniombor a Settlument must be mado
I have waited long-am waiting still.
To oarry on my bussiness succOssfully,
1 must have money.
All notes and accounts must be ir.
ranged satisfactorily with me,
Or be placed in the hands of a Trial
Justico for colloction.
Now Gontlomen-if you are a friend
to m1o, dont put me off any longer.
ROmombor, short settlomonts makes
long friends. "A word to the wise in
If you aro sucd and havo cost to
pay, you cant blame me, it in your
A SPLENDID STOCK OF GOOD
GOODS on hand to soll for Cash or
Barter, or on time to prompt paying
W. T. 1rFALL.
sopt 23, 1880 '1
TIT 1 SLIM ATT ENDA NCIR AT
theo Camnp--mootinig ennl enalliy bet
Uecoun lteid for b~y thoso 3
thi wei'k. I amn
A N DIl''E PEOL'LJE CA N'SA ND
it. pThey will huv.
I now havo in Stock thA Aa4rg-en ani
host ass5otmenit of GOOi)M in P'ikens~
Jusi't t.h'nuk of a wvomanl'e' good Shoe,
for $1.00. A .Nc Cassi~nero Snit four
I kniow this ad is a little diejointed,
but I amlf just mfenltionaing the basr
gains as Ii ihink of themi.
Givo moc a trial, and( if 1 do1 not Snil
yo)u Goodsu ebienper tha~n aniy man11 inI
ti s Coun ty3, 1 will givo themii to yon.
Somc peopi lo saiy such pirices~' wTill bnnt
me, but if' I do the po0ople will 1b0 tho
gaiincr. I hiave
F' o at r Thaosaa dii DoIlara
Wortha of (AoodM
On hand and they want to be sold.
2500 Yds Domestic at 5 3-4
3260 Yds Prints at 5,6, 7, 8.9.
1800 Yds Jeans from 15 to 60c.
IBeadsteads fromn $22 Up.
I Will give as much as any body
fr your' Produce. lir ing me your
I gin it myself and can givo you more
thani anybody, and dlonit you torget, it
E. R1. hORTON.
23,_1880 Liberty, S. 0.
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The State of Sossth Carollma
CoUNTY OF l'ICKP.NS.
Uy 0. L. Dun1ANT, JIIGF OF PROBATE.
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