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I HE SENTINE
D. F. BRADLEY. Editor.
PICKENS 0. 1., S. C.:
THURSDAY, 0CTOBER 14, 1880.
For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six
nther, 75 cents; strictly in advance.
Advertisements Inserted at one dollar per
liparo of one Inch or less for the first inser.
Jkn and fifty cents for each subsequent in
1-tion. Liberal diecount made to merchants
nd others advertising for six months or by
Obituary Notices pud Tributes of Respect
'irged for as aiertisements.
Announcing Candidates five dollars, in
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICEET,
t INF.IELD SCOTT HANCOCK'
FOR VICEC PRESIDENT:
WILLIAM 11. ENGLISH,
At Large--Ilon. John L.1lanning Colonel
Inm. Elliot t.
rir .;t )idr"eC-(IGen. E. W. MOi.
Srond /bstrict-Ilon. C. II. Simontlon.
/'hirdl Mlicit-J. 8. Alurra1y, Etq.
our11th /Misrict--Col. C1111. Jone..
it' A ~itrit-Il . IV. Croft.
OZur State Ticket.
hN. JOHNSON IIAGOOD, of Barnwell.
FoR LIEPFTENANT GOVERNOR.
JEN. JOHN D. KENNEDY, of Kershaw.
FOR RE(RETARY OF STATE.
Coy. R. M. SIMS, of York.
FOR COMPTROLLE.R UENERAL.
foN. JAMES C. COIT, of Chesterfiel
FOR ATToRNEY GENERAL.
' N. LuPROY F. YOUMANS, of Iichlan
FOIL SI'I'ERIINTENDENT OF EDUCAT10O
j. HUGH S. THOMPSON, of Rio
FOR STATE TREASURHR.
'IN PET ER RCIHARDS4ON, of Clar oRj
"OR ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GEEAL.
O ca. A, M. MIANIGAULT, of Geofefo n.
FOE Co2KOR35S H'URD DISTRICT.
iiax. D. WYATT AIKEN, of Cokesbury.
FOR BOLIOJTroR, STfl CIRCIT.
J AMES 8. COTIHRA:, of Abbovilo.
J. U. A L X ANDElt.
FOR CLERKU O1 COURT.
JOHIN 3. LEWIS..
. OR WROBATN JUDOE.
OLIN L. DURANT.
FORl SCHOOL 00MMI88IONER.
OLIVER T. JONES.
SJAMES K. KIRKSEY.
POR COUNTY CCOMMISSIONERS.
A. B. TA LLEY.
L A BA N MAULDIN.
The word "Democrat." is conposed of tiro
(reek words (demos and creto.), meaning *
gov'ernment by the people.
The Georgia Election.
Tiho election for Gover'nor, 51tate offoeess
numiimembers of the Legislature came off last
'weelc. GJovernor Colquitt was re-elected by
oveP 60,000 majority, and two thirds -of. he
mempbers elected to the Legislature ares in fa.
vor of Joseuphi E. Brown forx' United States
TIhe Radicals held their pow-wow at Green
*Wlast Saturday- Many red shirters were
o nt and everything passed off humorous
n: d in good order, until lale in the even.
when one of the clubs was returning home
flioulty occurred between some of its mend.
and some negroes, whish resulted ix
sting of two of the negroes and theO
down first of one of the whit. men,*t
lo affair is to be thoroughly investigte4
H ancok's Southetn War 01 ib
ter Endorsed. ',..
Th le State Democratic EsseoWtih $ts
S meeting h ~ , olsumbi$geV
euuaouslye, ~ ~ i
Commlnittee of the
fully and heartilf'
Winfl4 8. H anock,
dato for President of
the ssahdeot of Southern
supp~rt the views therei
The O00ne Pri'sraf.
The following is the resutaI of the )oih.
'ratIe priwmi*y election in Ooonwee County*
For StenatL4J L. BShank~iafAepiesees
Pl . Dendy, John S. VemnerI Clerk .1
Co G W. Biriblia'g SW4. ftReb
Ins, a ug-Richrs gog
~p~w M'. Nihq u, ser,
asnteo dawrt Wem Tr*eg
This off shoot of RaeIcaliss, har pat a
ticket for Governor and 1ate officers and
Presidential Eleqtors In the BewA The doa
vention was held at Chester, nd was eoun.
posed of a few sore head Demoorfts who
have failed to' gain reognition. from their
party, and Republicans who have no idea of
voting the 'tickct they helped to put in the
field. These so called Democrats could not
muster courage enough to throw off their
masks andgo boldyg into the Republican
ranks. They put on the convenient disguise
of Greenbackism to serv e the *Republican
party in and will assist it with all the means
and ability they possess (which is not much)
to regain the control of our State Govern.
ment. Their candidate for President, Gen.
Weaver, is a bitter Radical, and is constantly
in consultation with the Republican National
Executive Committee. This committee, it is
well known, is furnishing the Greenbaek
party with the necessary means to carry on
its campaign. They expect the Republicans
to vote the stralght Republican ticket, but
hope to detach enough Democratic votes from
the party to enable them to carry enough
Congressional Districts to have a majority in
the next Congress and to elect Garfield Presi
dent- The whole movement is directed by
the Radical leaders in the interest of the
Radical party. They know that upon a
square issue between the Radical and Demo
cratic parties, they have no chance of success,
but by fostering and keeping alive the Green
back party, they hope to cause a deflection of
enough Democratic votes to give them the
assendency. This in a nut shell is the pur
pose of the Oreiiback party. They have no
fixed political principles or governmental po
licy. It is a kind of lumber house for the
Deiiocrats, and, probably, the Republican
party. Whenever demagogues fail to obtain
what they want from their own party they
flop over into the Greenback party and hope,
by some turn of the political wheel of for,
tune, to gain power and position. In this
State, we do not believe the movement a
mounts to five hundred Peniocratic votes, but
it is not in) tieystpee a secret
under Radica rty, and
tI ill endorse and v6
tes. In this event the e.
-quite a serious ques o
d should be close atched by
6brement ay e ection by the.
arty we ' reimply mean a re,
e 'npow, of that infamous and
Ian iat all the sacred
*irtue, inte cc and honor
be watched treatet as
the I party in disguise, crushed
ont of e~ne on the 2d dayi ext mont h.
?1e South QarolinM'enaU I
Tlie ee'nsus rettins recently tak~e uiW
State showed a gain of about 40 pew oatq
Lthe census of 1870, Our
was given at a fraction o a
thousand. Th~e 4ensus of established
the joIyulatl0n toi be pa~ ~ illion. The
staitwaut R adicals at the North who hoped to
gal n Representati n~eouh in the ag~
portinment under u~~J~ s ofr f
give to them a tua re , wvere
very much disappois esult, and at
once raisedia great hu ove, tyo rc%
turns, anid Ohargedltt
raey of the rebels e# be6g
fraudulent census ret en at. t he lost
in the rebellion, and t aei o
litical issue in tho nid preached this
new form of rebelli 1 their press ::nd
from every political ,the North.
They dem ande4 sitionand said~
that if they gal ~oflif Congress
they would ordo kor, ' chi f o
the census bur coda ed n
investigatJon and (et into
the State ,for ths t piijo~ The result of
the ineti e census of 1880
to be corrp tt 870 very deficient.
In d i ent enumerat~Isf mpent
p. ointed, while in N'T0 they
orant and total mpe
qt. alker has sulbmitted a~port to
etary of the Interior, embodying the
aeu a d this Investigation, in which he says
that.'t3ke recent investigat ion conduct ed y
special agent, Gannett into the alleged frauds
oommnitted by census enumerators in South
Carolina last June showvs that the census of
1870was very defective, and that the enus.
moration made In the Juno last is eot
Gen. Walker is a Republecan, and t
effeotually spikes that Itadical gun.
Grant on Radeook.
Inan interview With a Re~v. IN.'9'gler. re.
.cently, Grant said a good many things to tile
disparaernemit of General Hanok as a miii
tary corstader and as to his qualifications feor
a civil position. Ie said he was a' vit fair
@wr a er, but. was neve? thought of3
he~e; that he hadbo
a es ofa to be President
ben planni working for it all the
His -wholoe I ad a tendenar to
desperslt#n is~a)t~#~ of popular
tment wbI 0p4w rusbt oj carry
4sk isr ~ t entia1 4f. But It
pror ng.eRligpock's uw
e tO nowd totbE coun
~ 1~4hi7saatemneuW made.
~ est putposeek UaEt
wy toy tnfGn
*W'gott on~ ?falege. eg,
identially ? Rev.
utiJ Ut.Han as A~
* , ~# '..~2. . I.
candidate and when Grant was not;
4.em .4iM aIted him for the vacant Major,
Get b 1 0 the regular army. He so.
knowl. It manfully. He was a very fair
corps.obUiander, but was never thought 'of
for any great.Place. When the army of the
Potomae was hunting for a commander it took
almost everybody, even came over into the
West for o Of ra; but nobody ever even sag
gested Hancock for the place."
General Grant confidentially to John Rus
sell Young in 1878, when neither General
Hancock nor General Grant was a candidate:
"Hancock is a fine soldier. At the time he
was named a Major-General we were not very
good friends and my personal preferences
were for Schofield; but I felt Hancock had
earned the promotion and gave his name to
Stanton. I have great respect for Hancock
as a man and as a soldier."
King's Mountain Centennial.
The Centennial of the battle of King's
Mountain commenced on the 6th inst. and
continued, with various changes of programme,
for three dnys- There 'were over twenty
thousand people present the first day and the
crowd did not diminish during the proceed
ings. Maj. Daniels, of Virginia, delivered the
oration. Many other prominent men from
other States made speeches. Governor Jeter
of this State made the welcoming address and
everything passed off pleasantly and satisfac
torily. The following historical sketch of the
battle is taken from the New York Sun:
"King's Mountain, indeed, Was, with the
exception of the gallant repulse of tie fleet of
Sir Peter Parker from Charleston Harbor; in
June, 1776, the first victory of importance
gained by the colonial forces at the South du
ring a war which had been going on for five
years and a half- In the winter of 1778 the
British overran Georgia and Florida, and cdp
tured Savannah, which they held to the close
of the hostilities. The following spring, at
Brier Creek, on the Savannah, the Southern
troops under Lincoln were beaten by the
British General Prevost, and lost about 2,000
men. In June Prevost defeated them again
at Stone ferry, near Charleston. In October
an attempt. of the conbined French and Amer
ican forces to capture Savannah was repulsed
with a vigor that broke the aittacking army
to fragments, Pulaski being among the slain.
In May, 1780, Sir Henry Clinton besieged and
captured Charleston, - making prisoners its
6,000 defenders, and taking 400 cannon and
all its prov.isions antid stores. Then he over
outah Carolina as lie had Georgia and
M f. The ontire Southiern army having
I isappeared, except for a few hundred
i rangers under Marion and Sminiter,
ced in the swamps, Washington sent
anc,her army to the rescue, composed of Laost.
-4f his Maryland, Deleware, anl Virginia
trioops, under Gates, who had tle l'restige of
Saratoga to help him. Cornwallis, witi an
inferior force, met Gate's army at Camden, in
South Carolina, and routed it.
. Such wa.s the prelide of King's Mountain
During two years the patriot forces at the
86ut'h had heeun defeated wherever they ap
peared in the field, except, perhap*, in minor
skirmishes- Two armies, t he army of hincolni
aind the army or Gates: had been destroyed;
ill the chief cit ies wvere in thme hands of the
liuch of hue interiaor as thmey)
q .r.Crnwallis found nothing
$jth Carolina, andl deliver it into thle hands
a lie Tories. Whili e executing thiis pur'pose,
- e det achedl M ajor Ferguson,. wit h a force or
about 125 mien, in advance. on I le same er,
rand. But inl arousing the loyalists of' the
nifountain region. Cornwallis mnor'e etfectumally
.ftroused, the patriots. The lat ter collect ed
m allt~ quarters, to the nunmbe'r or 5aont IwYo
thuousand, and lie heent armnedt and1 best mlonl
ted half of these undlertook toa interce.pt F.er
guson. A lairmed as. 1 I uiprisin'g. tiba oflicer
was hiasteniung to C~~m4iornw~allis, wvho had
oceuieid Charl'ott , North Cir.>ina.
Fergutsan was ver a ken at Ki ng's Moitnin,
an emiinence i S th andia closhae I )o lhe
niorthern boirder'. Ste h~1910 ow someltt hin g over
a thIousanmd men with im11, umost ly recruits t'rom
the Inyalist inhuabitaia. Themase latt er seemu to
h~ve beeui of )Rttle,anssist ance to haimu, uad inl
fey hours' fightig on1 I: ft erirnoon or o~ct.. 7,
1780), nearly the wholo bo-ly wats siurroundmaeal
and captured, about -150d o' themu being killed
or wohnded' The Amiericani loss was t wentty
eight killed and sixty wounded.
T~he eation at King's Alountain, then, was
an engagement of a seconudary order, thei cut
ting off o[ a detached bodly aral 1not a pitched
battle of' main armies. Nover'theless it, hamd a
v'ast efreot on the conduct of all'airsq in the
Carolinas. It gave a check to that Tory en
listment which wats going on with rapidity,
and threatened to swamp the patriot cause at.
the South- 1t caused the postponement of
Cornwallis's plans in North Carolina. It
aroused the mountain regions to take part' in
the conflict which had nIOW been brought~ to
their neighborhood. Above all, it was 11he
first success at the South after years of uni
form disaster. '
Mn. Entvon.-P'leae allow me a little spaRce
in your columns to notice an article signied
"A Democrat.," (~n your issue of 23dh Septom
ber last- $6 was three men voted for for
the eofTrIal- Justice. The polls being
Lheobaiegers found it diflicult to count
reNIetidt much noise of talk
~bg a violin and what. I suip
Ibe termed dancing. The mana
wequested that the people would give the
te rom for a short tium\e that the votes
,lb counted correotif This was partly
yed. It was then suggested to repair to a
e nomUI few yevd4 ditant, but this muot ion
,*led down; atnd.1as agreed to go up
No seleot mVSr~~ ado as to who
o~ nelther ~'e door locked or
se kuw nd the people had
40 so far as my
4 anly object ini view
t, box to a distance
to do jumst ice be
e the injustice dlono
o " mne else. As to the
~g boint ny obligation, all
014% wwed to vote, re
btules-and lations adopted
ythe County DemnontatIo Convention of
lqkens and gb. observed 'by all the Demo
cratic clubs la thme County in the primary
As toeihe opunog 6tte ?oteE resemtling
. u g s WA945, cabnot aiWer the ques
$%In-..t*$P #i~es 1erhaps "A Demo,.
*at"Agetws.f itt did resemble their mecet
lngs, wewllgAertainly make seome chage in
-tee magger.eo ounting next, time.
1havebadhavored to locate "A Democrat.,"
usaly ddpolitioklly, but num not y'et
iu lai undor .the impression that
e dwells aming the defeated caundidates, andh
desir'es to takewnyenge op on the mnaangers,
nd is thentf~ote in this township dissatis
to wiy knowledge5 and his comipaimnt is
BEABROOK-THORNLEY-At ti re.
deuce of tie bride's father, Capt. J. L.Thoj*.
ley, by Rey. %. L. Durant, on the 6th instaah
at 6,80 o'clock, P. M., Rev. J. MeL. BRA.
BanOO, of Charleston, and Miss R.. T. THoRn
LKY, ,of this place. Qunits a number of the.
friends of Captain Thoruley's familey were
present to witness the nuptial ceremonies and
extend to the young couple their congratula
tions. The beautiful and accomplished young
bride, tlie flower of Pickens, wis dressed In
an elegant brown silk, fashionably made, and
held in her left hand an exquisite boquet of
rare flowers, and lookeked aslovely and beau
tiful as the fresh flowers of a May morning.
The bride groom was handsomely dressed in
black, and his manly and cultivated faoe wore
the expression of joy and happiness. After
the ceremonies and congratulations were over
an elegant repast was served to the company,
and "everything passed as merry as a wed
ding bell-" At 8 o'clock, the happy young
couple bade their friends farewell and de..
parted for Anderson and Charleston where
they purpose spending a few days with re
latives and friends before repairing to their
new home in the Valley of Virginia where
Mr. Seabrook has charge of a .Presbyterian
Church. May happiness and prosperity at
tend them through the journey of life.
AV-t The Southern Prebylersan and Chria
tians Advocate will please copy.
There are now in the field in South Car
olina three complete sets of candidates for
Electors and P and a fraction for Con
gress, represent" respectively the Demo,
cratic, Republican and National Greenback
At large, J. L. Manning . J. 8. Richardson
At large, Win. Elliott It. M. P. O'Connor
1st.. E. W. MNoise 1II. D. W. Aiken.
2d. C- H. Simonton IV. J. H. Evins.
3d. J. S. Murray V. G. D. Tillman
4th Cad. Jones
5th. G. W. Croft.
At large, T 1 Johnson. I. Sam Lee.
At. large, A S Wallace. If. E W M Mackoy.
1st W A liayno. 11l. C J Stolbiand.
2d E A Webster. IV. Absaloin Blytho.
3d T N Tolbert. V. It Snialls.
411h Wilson Cooke.
UI lII. WMJacey
.C J,.% oib1 ads.
At large, .J F Colemin. I. -
At brge, Miles Wallace 11.
1 st J WV liknighlit. il
2dl .I E Gilbert. IV. .J II MlcLane.
3Id W Hi T'herre V. - ----__
4th .1 W Rector
5t h A 8 Smiithi.
hIin. Enti-rOn: Tihet next mneeting df the
P iedlmonit Union will lbe held witlh Ihe s ix. an.1
Twenty Baptist. Church, Aniderson County,
S. C., Colinmiencinag on Saturiday before th~e 5thI
Saibbaith in Octobelir, at 11 o'cleck A. M. Thie
In:troductory sermotn to be preachaed by Iley.
W. . In Hy, NIlissionairy sermon on SabbothI
at II A. MI., by 1lev. 1. M. hiogers. The
chuirc-hes are earnestly requested to senid full
Queiries for dliscutssion:
1 st. WhIiich is the mo1(st imiport ant he who
pr'eachies thle gospel, or lie who supports the
the pareachin ig (if lie gospel.
2d. Whiichi has the stronigest climi on the
chu trecs, State or Foreign MIissions.
.,d. lhat. is religioni.
4t h. Docs I ho Bible &ustnin woman suf..
fin ge ini the chur ic hs.
5)th iiaI there any Scriptunre for female
't hi. WVhat is the (lit y of chiu rches t owards
its miemibers who are caindidates i ad treat
crowds to) intoxicating liquo rs.
J. F. C LAFRIDY, Clerk.
BarrERL 'I'i s-FTho busineoss revi
v ad tnow cra*: of prtosper-ity whichl
has cornmeniced arxo in keeping~ w'itLh
tho intcreased healt an:itd hiapiness
all over theC l~)and resuIltinig fromt Eho
general int rodutctioni of Warnor's Safo
Kiidn1ey nnd1( Li vet Curte, "Thio changes
wItughtL by this a-remdy, says Riev.
Dr. JI arvey, "seemns but little 1ess
B3Y virtuno of the power conferred1 upon me
by a deed of trust, dated the 27th May,
1880, for certain purposes therein mentioned,
which is recorded in *he Clerkc's office, in
book E, page 12, by WV. C. Field, to me as
Trustee, for said W. (1. Fiold, and the sure
ties on his otlicial bond as late P'robate .Judge
of Pickens County, 1 will sell for carlh to the
highest bidder, at Pickens Court House, dur
ing the legal hours of. sale, on the first Mon
(lay in November, 1880, the following describ
ed Real Estate, conveying n'- the interest
therein of saidl W. 0. Field, including the
dower righlt of his wife, to wit:
T RACTr No. 1-All that Piece, Parcel or
Tract of Land, lying ona the Air Line Road,
adjoining lands of Eliza K. Boggs, C. L. Hol..
Iingswort h and Cynthia Hlollingsworth, coun
taining 280 acres, more or less.
TRACT No. 2-All that Tract of Land
known as the Scott Place, adjoining lands of
J. R. Kirksey, I. II. Phihpot., Madison Mur
phree, and others, containing 200 acres, more
TRACT No. 8-All of that Tract of Land
known as the Walker Place, adjoining lands
of Alpha Barton and others, containing 105
acres, more or less.
TRACT No. 4-All of that Tract of Land
known as the Laidd Place, lying on the head
waters of .Eastatoo. adjoininug lands of James
Cantrell and others, containitug 675 acres,
more or loss.
On the Tuesday following, at the residcnce
of theo said WV. 0. Field, near Liberty, on die
Air Line Railroad, I will sell on the same
terms, tI e following Personal Property:
Two Mules; one Milk Cow anti two Year
lings; one Iron Axle T wolorse Wagon; one
Buggy and Ilarniess; one Parlor Organ; one
Fine Double Unarrel Shot G un; one No. 8
Cooking 8tove. All the Hlousehioldl and
Kitchen Furniture and F'armning Implements
in the posession of said WV. Q. Field.
oct 7. 1880 is 4
STA TE OFF sOU ii CA ROLT A
COUNrY or PWICRNs..
IN COURT OF COM MON PLEAS
J. J. Lewi, C.e'.F'., Phaintiff, against W. T.
Shamate, AssIgnee, and Bamte! Hiridley,
Defendente.-JubaaNz-r or fonsoLosuau
B Y virtue of a Judgmet of Forectosure
and Sale matie in the above stated ease,
on the 24th day of March, 1880, by Ron.
Thomas Thomson, Presidiug Jndge, I will sell
to the highest bidder at Pickens Court House,
on balesday in November nat, during the
legal hours of sale, the following described
Real Estate, to wit:
All that Piece, Parcel or Track of Land,
situate in the County of Piekene, adjoining
lands of L. T. A ddingt on, John S. Thae~stow,
Tracts No. I and 8 of the )ands of J. A. Ets.
ley, Senior, deceased, and others, being a
Tract of Land belonging to the Estate of the
said J. A. Easiey, Senior, deceased, mrx) sold
by the Sheriff, on the 6th day of January,
1878, and purchased by the Defekidant, Sam.
uel Stiradley, containing Sixty Eve Acres,
more or less.
TERMS-One-third of the pnrrobase money
to be paid in cash on day of sale; the remain
der to be secured by bond of pirchaser and
mortgage of the premuises. .
Purchaser to pay extra for all paperr and
for recording the some.
J. J. LEWIS, c.o.p.
oct 7, 1880 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY oF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Nancy A Ioke, Plaintiff, against I H Io
combe, W T Holcombo, E T Holcombe and
Charles II Judson, Defendants.-Juna.'01nNT
OF FOREChOSURH. ANI) SALK.
B Y virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure
and Sale, made in the above stated case,
on the 24th day of March, 1880, by lion.
Thomas Thomson, Presiding Judge, I will sell
to the highest bidder, at Pickens Court House,
on Salesday in November next, during the
legal hours of sale, the following valable
Real Estate, to wit:
All that Piece, Parcel, or Tract of Land,
situate in Pickeis Conoty, on George's Creek,
waters of Salude River, adjoining lands of
Jolin 11. Bowen, Jane L. Arnold, Jaines Mc
Ad:ims and others, containing Five lundred
Acres, more or less.
TBl tAIS-One-third of lie purchase money
to be paid in cash on day of sale; the remuain
der on a credit. of one and two years, with in.,
teresi paid annually, and a bond andiu mortgage
of the premises.
Purchasers to pay extra for papers and for
recording the samie.
J. J. LEWI8, c.c~r.
oct 7, 1880) 3 4
STATE OF SOU'1 Il CAIIOLINA.
COUNTY OF IP10KENS.
IN COU RI' OF CO.MMON I'LE AS
J WI Daniels, c :.rp., Plainti ff, againsit [SAMA
YaniWyck, Seiha GI Van Wyck an.l J1AM
Emiles, Defendants-Junaxxx-tr or' Fonts,
Y Vvir Inae of a .1luen t of Forclosu~re
I and Sal e. iimlde ini hle ab ove sltted ca. 4'.
on lie Istu day of I )caohern, 88t). by liIon. TV.
J. Mlackey, l'reidhing Jiudtge. I will sell to the
highest bidder, at. Picken.1 (Court I lousne, oin
Sahesalay in Novembaier naext., duiring the legal
houris of sale, the following describedl Real
Estae, to wi':
All that Piece. Parcel or Tract of' Land,
sitnia: e in P'iekens County, on bothI sides~ or
Grassy Fork and Shoal Creek, waters of
TIwelve Mlile River, whereon the D~eedant,
.* M1. Eades now lives, contain ig Two 1lun-i
dred and Fifty-live Acres, more or less.
yE EI.\S-One-hialf thle purIchalse nmoney to
he paid in cash on day of sale; the remiainmder
on a credit of twelve months with interest
friom dauy of sale, secured by bond of pur
chaser and mortgage of t.he premises.
Purchaser to pay extra for all papers and
for recording the seae.
P'lat of the Land may be seen at the Clerk's
J. J. LEWIS, o.c.P.
oct 7, 1880 3 4
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEA8
F N Arnold and T B Arnold, Executors,
Plaintiffs, against Suisn Finley, Reuben 11
Arnold et al. Defendants-DEURE FOIR
SAILs oF LANO.
B Yvirtue of a Decretal Order, made in the
above stated cause on the 24th~ day of
March, 1880, by lion. Th'lomas Thomson, Preo,
sidling Judge, 1 will sell to the highest bidder,
at Pickens Court. Iouse, on Salesday in No
vemnber next, the following descelbed Real
Estate,. to wit:
All that Piece, Parcel or Tract of Land,
sit uate in the County and Stale aforesaid, one
mile from Central Station, b~oundled by lands
of Gleo. Maddox, James D. (Jassaway, B. S.
Gaines, Joseph Gassaway and others, eon
taining 255 Acres, known as the J. N. Arnold
TERMS8-One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash on day of' sale; the remain
dler on a credit of' t welve months, to be se.
cured by bond and mort gnge of the premises.
Purchaser to pay extra for all papers and
for recording the same.
J. J. LEWIS, e or,
oct 7, 1880 3 4'
Y) virtue of sundry executions, lodged in
I) myo offie, I have levied upon1 and will se ll
to the highest bidder, during the legal hours
of s'ile at Pickons Court liouse, on the first
Monday in November next,
All that Traot or Parcel of Land, lying In
the State of South Carolina, in Piek ens
County, adjoining lands of Cherry MoW hort,
en, James A.Cobb, Ezekiel Lonig and others,
containing Seventy-five Acres, more or less.
Levied upon as the property of Wmn. J. Picile,
at the suit of I,. Lenhardt.
(Joroner Pickiins Coynty.
ooIt 7, 188 :*
Ne @ Sottlen O Mstot be made
I havo waited long-am waiting still.
To 'arry* or my bnssiness successfully,
1 must have Mmo.
All notes and accounts must be ar.
ranged sntiefactorily with me,
Or bo placed in the hands of a Trial
Justico for collection.
Now Gontlemon---if you are a friend
to mo, dont put mc off any longor.
Remember, short scttomentR makes
long friends. "A word to the wiso is
sufliciC n t."
If you are Rued and havo cost to
pay, you Cnt blame m, it in your
A SPLENDID STOCK OF GOOD
GOODS on hand to sell for Cash or
Bartor, or on time to prompt paying
W. T. McFALL1.
Sept 23, 1880 1
the Ca~iip--meetin~g entn enwsity be
necun, lte for 1, by those
*win, wuro at. my storo
thiA wueek. I atni
A N D IlE PEOPLE CA N'T STA N I>
it. Theyn' wdll br..
I nowv hanve ini Stok t he iargesut aii'1
best as8orrmeunt of GOOD)S in PtIeken,.
J iwt th'i k of a womanti's gfood~ ShoU.
for $1.00. A N ice Cas~si anere Sn ii for
I know t his ad is a lit to dhisjointed,
but I am 'inst' mentLioing the. bar
gainst as' I think of1 them1.
G.i'ro men a tria, not~ if I dcl not e'n!
yon1 Gooda~ ebeit'Er ~t tha any i i mian itt
Some people) b ( say !4u ih pricesi wYill bnat
me4, butA if 1 do .ho people will bie tho
F o as r' .Thoumtnsd Dollass
Worthn of' (Aods
On hand and they want to be0 solti.
2500 Yds Domestic at 5 3-4.
3250 Yd s Prints at 5, 6, 7, 8,9.
1800 Yds Jcans from 15 to 50c.
IReadsteads Iro an $225 Up.
I Will give as much na any body
for yourI ProdIuce. Bt ing mno your
I gin it mysoht and enn give you more
Lhan any body, and doun', y'ou lor'ge6 it
E. Rt. hORTON,
tiberty, 8. 0.
so pt 23,_1880 12n
The State of Sosath (3arolisa
Br 0. L. Duantw, .1 iunos or PaonATH.
Whereas, Augustus Williams hias mande sni
to me to grant himi Letters of Adminliratiori
of thie Estate and Effects of Isaac WVilliams~
T1hese are therefore to cite and1( admonisil
all and inguilar tho kindred and creditors of
the said Jsaao Willianis, deene'd, tha4
t hey he and aippear before mie, ini h a Court
of Probate, to be lu11 ur Phj,2-n1 j .11, ori
(lhe 23d1 dny1 of' Oeilber I Th Ilu ibtlica
tion hereof, at h i o'clirin ' t'm foenn, to
shiew callse, if auny Ih ha y the~ii. sait4
Given unde(lr my13 b.i, the
28th~ (lay of Se'ptemh- .- a
OL1N b.*~ I .o
sept 30, 1880 T
Thme State of Noy IAssaw
County of '
Br 0. L. D3UnANT, el Ui y..
WA hiereas, W.* A. Smith~ am:
Slin, has miade suit to 1:.; thetn1
Let ters of' Admirnistration of ..am
effects of 4,ophanI) 81it h, do*r~ 4
These are thiere are to inte
all aind sing ubir thie kindred an
the said 4Tephuaniah Smith, 1*- M.tht
they ho and appear before me, in the Coumt
of Ptobate, to be held at .'a-ane (. 11., or;
thie 28d (lay of October, l188L0, afteri pufi
cation hereof, at 11 o'eiock ina the forenooWai,
nioshow cause. If any they have, why the Haul
admlinistration should not be granted.
Giyena under my hand aird ge'L1 thu, the
28th day of September, A. 1i., 18.
' OLIN L. DwitAm 4.r..o.
sent. 28. 1880 2.