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1). F. BRADLEY. Editor.
PICNENS C. II., S. C.:
THURSDAY, NOVEMER 26, 1880.
Por subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six
months, 75 cents; strictly in advance.
Advertisements inserted at one dollnr per
square of one inch or less for the first inser,
ion and fifty cents for each subsequent in
sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants
and others advertising for six months or by
Obitnary Notices nnd Tributes of Respect
charged for as advertisements.
Announcing Candidates five dollars, In
Snow in Virginia on the 14th.
A )oinoratic majority in the Cal
ifornia Logislature is reported.
In spilo of everyl hing the South 18
Lot the Sont ho solid now in ro%
gard to honest hard work, nnd no va
G.-,). Taotmivb is still insisting that
th1ie:moisdmonts to the (onstiition
nre 1 ,(-niit iion-tl and revolutionn ry
Old H *,utinm-* to boil over dead
issue-. l*i neor- to be born again.
ena:.or 3utlr q..yrees wilh Hlamp.
tOn tha wo should stand by the
Nor't;horn )emocracy. ie desires a
Stat Convention to reviso the Con..
T he [i.dical organs are rather pleas,
ed with Bon illi's letter. The Balti-.
moro it Ajerioan and Philadelphia Press
smoothes him down gently and says
lo i a clover fellow for abandoning
tli "dead" State's Rights dootrine.
(en. She'rman vill attempt to prove
d.or a winio, that ho never burned
miything in his march 1to the sea. He
s mighty anxous to escape burning
n this world.
A Oandalara, Nevadaf
rohin C. Caihoun, a nepho
sothi Carolina Sonator hM
nsano andl imagines hiwgeif t i
;iour. A wound received In the i4
,var is the cause of the' insanity.
M r. G. B. Koon, of Union, raised on
mn eighth oftan acre of land twenty
,ix and a ouarter bushels of potatoes
210 busheis to the acro.
The, Count1y~ Treasurer's office of
llarn woll was recently robbed of $4,,
5)00 in cash. The robbers used a dupli
cate wooden key to open the safe.
This is the second County Treasurer
of' South Car:olina robbed rocently.
WmI. Mattox, an inoffensive old
white man, was brutally murdered at
his house near D~onalds Depot, Abbe
villo Counaty, on the night of the 17th
inst. T wo men asked for lodgings,
and it being donied they entered the
house5 and)( domandod Mattox's money,
n%)! get ting i they killed him and to
$7ft0. .No clue to the murderers has
qet been discovered. The wife of the
deceased was in an adjoining room.
.Inmes D. Williams, ("Blue Jeans,")
Governor of Indiana, died at Indian,
o pons last Saturday, after an illness of
two or throo wvoeks, .He wvas a man
of' the people, and led the Democratio
party of his State to success in the
deCsperate battlo of 18743, winning in
ain ohl fashioned "hard eider and log
caibin" camipaign. Hoe made an excel
tent. Goverunor, and his death will bo
Ti uknown Pickensite has turn
*d out to be a famous Georgian. Gov.
.Bonwas elected United States Sen-~
or b~y the Georgia Legislature, last
~vook, on the first ballot, by a hand
rOmo manjority. Every one will comn
;nond the wisdom of the Georgia Leg
ielature in conforinig this honor upon
oewhose past record shows: ad
Spbt that he is emio.~
* eI responsible poM~~
ounty Boarkd. It sa
kill greatly diminish 0' ma,
iority, if it does not defeat elee..
This day (Thursday) has boon ap
pointed by the National and State ex
ecutive for a day of. thanksgiv'ng and~
prayer. From time immemorial all
onlightened nations have been accus
tomed at stated times to acknowledge,
by public thanksgiving, the goodness
and mercy of the Supreme Being. The
Romans had their Saturnalia, a na%
tional holiday, in which the meanest
classes wore allowed - unlimited free
dom in the enjoyment of their unbri.
Their corrupt pasions were the gods
of the Romans. Their nationality is
a thing of the past. They offered it
a willing sacrigce to their blind deities.
The fall of that great Empire is a
monument of warning, to which all
nations will do well to look. The ac,
knowledgmont of the Supreme Being
is the only sure foundation, upon
which abiding, national prosperity can
rest. .How important, then, that this
proclamation should be sacredly ob.
served by every one who feels an in,
terest in the prosperity of our country.
As a State we have great reason to
be thankful to tbo Giver of all good.
We havo been blest with an abunc
dant harvest; and this blessing has
boon augmented Len-fold, by the assur
ance that for the next two years we
shall have good and faithful servants
to administer public affairs.
Contrasting thi8 with other nations,
we have cause for gratitude, the most
profound. Some of the Imperial
Powers of the Eastern .Hcmisphere,
have boon well nigh moved from their
firm pedestals, by the convulsions of
war. The oppression of Land. lords,
and the proximate starvation of
thousands resulting therefrom has
plunged noblo Old Erin into a scene
of confusion. The pestilence that
walketh in darkness, and the destruc
tion that wasteth at noon-day, have
invaded many happy countries, but
tbeso chastisements, a Beneficent
Father has kept aloof from our bor
ders. The God of nature has raised
us high in the scale of existence, and
may the chidr'en of A metican freedom
gration to the Piedmont Belt.
.7O unprecedented exertions of
h~*trprisi ng Air Lince Ra ilroad
ny immigration to the Pied
Ris beginning in earnest.
Ydtfulowing from the A tlanta Con.
atltution of the 20th instant, will show
With what success an emigrant agent
from Georgia has met in Switzerlathd:
Zunicn, SwITZERLAND, Nov. 19.-I
will leave H-avre on Saturday, Do
cember 4th, with one hundred emni
grants for the Piedmont Belt.
C. A. BEIDERMANN.
We would gladly woleono some of'
these hardy Swiss to our own fertilo
section, feeling assured that the moun-.
tains, valleys and sparkling waters of
upper South Carolina would give
them sweet associations of their ori,
ginal home, and make them prosper
onis and happy.
Thirty-Four Years of Usefulness.
Our esteemed contom~porary the
Laurensville URerald, with its last
issue, November 19th, began its thirty
fifth volume. The editors of this en
terp)rising journal are worthy con tr
butors to everything calculated to
advance the interests of our State
and we bespeak for them the liberal
patronage which they have so emmi
The Supreme Court of thte Uni ted
States consists of nine Justices. Dii
ring the next year lour of them will
probably go out by death or resigna,
tion. Of course Republicans will be
appointed to fill their places. The
Court will then stand eight Republi
cans to one Democrat, Judge Field.
As now constituted the Court is not
able to keep up with its work. It is
now three years behind with its Cal
endar and constantly falling further
behind. Some change must be made
to enable the Court to keep up with
t~e duties, as~ the present stato of af..
~airs cannot beopermnitted to stand.
What that chango shall be is with
.he Republicans also.
qgman, before beginning to
bicine or law, ask youreelf if
not be better to read agricul-.
ractice it. Are not the so
d professions crowded to
capacity? Is there not
ng field open before you
~farmer, than a learned
io bei or doctor? To attaifn
to nany of these professions
ou llmost likely, have to go
hrough the starving process for
everal years, and to labor' harder
hnany farmer labors. Th'nk of'
hose things. If you don't tl.ink of
hem now, you will think of them 4
f on before you make a living by
[From the Greenvulle Mountaineer.
The Policy of Proscription.
Pursuant to adjourned meeting, Tiger De
mocratio Club met at Masonto Hall, Tiger
ville, Greenville county; South Carolina, on
November 6th, Capt. L. 1. Jennings, Presi.
dent, in the ehair, T. E. Ewart, secretary,
pro tem. The club being called to order,
Captain Jennings in at appropriate and
very enthusiastic and stirring speech, an
nounced the meeting ready for business.
On motion a committee handed in the fol
lowing resointions, which were unanimously
let. That we the irembers of Tiger Club,
have the good of our entire country at heart.
2d. That we do hot believe a fair adminis
tration of the laws will be given us by the
Radical party in South Carolina, nor does
that party consider the interests of either
white or black.
3d. That. prior to the election held on 2d
November last we urged upon our colored
citizens the importance of voting with the
Democratic party, the party from whieh they
derive all their oupport and recognition. Yet
in spite of our pleading they almost to a man
voted the Radical ticket.
4th. That from henceforth we pledge our
selves to discard any man, white or black.
who voted with the Radical party, and that
we will not rent any of our lands to, or have
upon our premises, such men until they prove
their sincerit.y to an honest government or
the Democratic party by their works and
6th. That we earnestly call upon the peo,
ple of our county and State to join hands with
us in this matter as the only course for the
people to save the government from corrup.%
tion and fraud.
0th. That. we beg the citizens and merchants
of Greenville city to discharge from their
employ any white or black Radical and fill
their places with Democrats.
7th. That we discountenance any man who
will violate any of tho above resolutions and
consider him wanting in loyalty to his party,
and spot him as an enemy to good govern,
8th. That no tenan' whom we may have
on our places shall be allowed to have in their
employ any whiste or black Radical.
9Mh. That any voter-a stranger to us
who may apply to us for employment must
produce satisfactory papers that he is a Dem
10th That a copy of these resolutions lie
transmitted to the Greenville papers for pub
lication, and that all other papers in South
Carolina friendly to good and honest govern.
nient publish also.
L. I. JENNINGS, Pres. Club.
T. E. Ewart, Secretary.
Committee-D. 11. Noe, 0. J. MeMehan. J.
W. Ballenger, W. P. Bates, G. J. Southern.
Tho latest low cour.try agony was
a reported attempt to Ku-Klux ex
Judgo Townsend in Bunnettsville,
Marlboro county. The ex Judge'was
leader of the lately deceased Iundeein,
dont party andl( claimed to have been
d ragged out of his bonse05( a few nigt
since, gagged, and---let go again.-.
Lutur dIevelo)pmelnts ho(wever go to
sho that the atffair wvas simply a
no violence betyondl un attempt. to
take the victim towards the Dem
0cratie head Iqua:mIirter, wiebc wais
promptlIy initerfered wvith by p'ersonsitm
the streets, it~ be)ing early itn thCeovens
ELECTION OF OFFICEs.-TIhe fol'low.
ing gentlemen have been electecd oflj,
cers of thle Stato A g.ricultLurali and Me
ch n icati AssorintIion:
Presi denti-B F. CJrayton, Anderson
Vice Presidnts-E. lI . Neliver,
Darlington; WV. G311 inson, Charlest o;
J. WVashm Wat ts, Luureus; P>. 1H. Mais,
ser, York; A. P. Butler, A ktn.4
Exceti vo Committee-Wm r. Wal
latce, Columl) tia; J . N. IUtnffmnan, Le~x
ington; J~. S. B ITm berg, Barn well; E.
L. Jioebhe, Charlostonm; N. V. Roberson,
Fairfield; L. OI. Thomas, Kershmaw; D.
P. Duncan, Union.
Secretary antd TreasuIrrT. W.
SINGULAR CoINCIDENCE.-A fow
days ago near Marietta, Ga., persons
wore driven from the field in which
they were en gaged picking cotton, by
stones which rose from the ground
and fell upon them. A bout tho same
time the telegraphic Operator t Ozark
Arkansas, repotts that on the top of
White Oak mountain, two miles north
of Ozark, stones~ twvo pounds or less
in weoight have been rising from the
earth and falling like hail, driving
familes out, into tho fields.
Sufficient returns have been received to
show that the constitutional amendment pro
hibiting the manufacture and sale of liquors
in Kansas has been adopted by at least 20,
000 majority. The friends of temperance made
special efforts in favor of the amendment on
election day, that being the principal quiestion
in most localities. In all the cities, and maniy
small towns, the ladies electioneered for~ the
cause of temperance, and had tempting lunch
es spread in the vicinity of the polls, which
voters partook of freely, the only considera
tion being a promise to vote for the amend
A DREADFUL ACIDENT.--A house
occupied by a family of negroes, and
in it two small colored children, were
burned dtring the day yesterday near
Mr. James Green's, on the Batesville
r'oad, so me 6 or 8 miles from the city.
The names of' the occupants could not
be ascertained, al though the ne ws of
burning was well rumored lust night.
From roports the children must have
been the only ones in or about the
house at the time, and it is supposed
the fire occurred by accident. No
partioulars beyond the -main facts
above related have been ascertained.
G~reenville .News, 28d inst.
Contest over New York's oeetoral
rote is all I-umnbug. It probably was
nanufaotur'ed for Wall street,. Men
who lost six points in the deal af'ter
larfield's Election start any lio and
,aich at any straw.-Augsa(a.
YMronidle and Con tGuaon)u
NOVE M BER 22, 1880.
Mr. B. 1). Galloway has a con..
shuokiog on the evening of the 28d.
Mr. has bought a now bug
There has been nn army scrape at
the Hancock Hotel. The particulars
are unknown. Will give them to you
in my next. .
A young lady, having read about a
man having invented a stove which
will consume its own smoke, hopes
he will next devise a method whereby
tobacco smokers can bo run on thd
samo economical principlo.
Peter K. Bargaiir is the latest ex.
ample of a good man gone wrong. He
dofaulted to the tune of *50,000 dur.
ing ten years, nnd has been sentenced
to the penitentiary for eigit years.
He was Ihe trus'ed manager of the
extensive Jermyn coal works, of
Scranton, Pa., hold a high social po
sition, owned one of the handsomest
houses in the town, was superinten,
dant of a Sunday school and, in the
eyes of the community, his sobriety,
industry and worth had gained hini
the greatest respect.
At IRACUTOUS POWER.- The Forest
and Stream has it: 'To preserve health
use Warner's Safe Remedies. Those
are almost of miraculous power in re...
moving diseases for which recom
mended. Tho wonderful cnrative
qualities they aro possessed of is
vouched for by tens of thousands.'
TIIE OWL FACED FOR WHOM
I offered a roward and who was fotrnd
shoveling mud for the Garfield boom
has been recovered, and he has re
vealed to me the fact that whi)e shore
eling mid he discovered a rich vein
of Lime and one of Salt. 1 have had
Onue 4'ar Load Lime, and
One Car Load Salt.,
Ig Nml ipped, and 1 j ust want en
(high now f hrm my v rie!nds t.o pay' the
ex penises at 81! per bbl. 1or theo Limo),
ani 81 .1 perIWI snaek f'or tiue gr-ound
1 ai m t h i wVek rce'in mlL ly second
inslt'lo.Int of Woolin (G-oo's.--vou
Ist4ill lowver limbn beftore. Aniothier inrge
lot. of Print 1atii 5 eents IAerh vardI.
I am) detelmined'( to bring tradeC to
my storeo, and know of noE wVay 1o a)2Cs
comnpli..h t his. (except to( make my
profits as sort as po,' iQ
Six Sacks Coit.ee and '73 bhl. IFlonir
just azrrived.* and ihey must beLI sold.
Try m on your wa~y to Grceenville!,
and~e know,~ preices in Greeniville, you
Beadst ends~ 'ii.82.00-ahvuys' oni~y
After) thiis week(, parties owml e, i
who ve imoaleo Osattisfactory iir
canl t,L atl'ord to comelI to Sue you.
E. R!~. HIORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
se pt. 23, 1880 0 2mn
For' 180) and 1980.
S OUTH~ERN CALENDAR CLOCK COM
PA NY, St. Louis. Missouri, Celebrated
Calendar Clock "Faishion." For sate only
by their duly authorized salesmnen. It gives
the hours, iminutes and seconds, shows the
month. day of ihe month, week and day of
the week, withI wonderful accuracy. It will
last One llundred Years, and should be in
possession of every family in the lanid who
appreciate the value of Correct Tim~e, and
feels the necessity and importance of work
ing by it.
Beware of jealousy It hns recently come
to our notice (lhnt certain interested persons,
jealous of our success, are trying to use (lie
great p)opularily of our Clalendair Clocks
'*Fashions" for their own benefit by asserting
that they can and will sell the same for less
money than thie price charged by our sales
For the information of our patrons and all
others interested, we state that
Onme Th~ousand DollarsM
Will be paid, on demand, to any person who
has heretofore, or may hieefter, purchase a
Calendar Clock "Fashion" for less money
than the piice charged by our salesmen, or
from any oilier parties in America, except
the same has been obtrined thironghi parties
to whiomi we have sold it.
Five Thiousanud Dollars
Will he paid for the exhibition of a move-.
ment like (lie "Fashion," or for one equal to
it., either in size, weight. style or finish, or
dutrability. We make this statement, with
Malice Toward None and Charity for All
SOUTIIERN CALENDAR CLOCK CO.
J. C. IA YDEN, Salesnian for P'ickens and
nov 25, 1880 10 1
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
A LL persons having demands against the
t. estate of JOhIN O'IBRYANT, deceased,
muist present them duly proved; and those
indebted must make payment to the under
signed. J. C. O'BRYANT, Adm'v.
nov 18, 1880 9 4
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
ALL persons having demands against the
EAtteof JOHIN FEN DLEY, deceased,
mnust present hedgfproved,anths -
T HOS. P. LOOPER RAdm'r.
nov 1R, 1880, U
[roR Tire euxSUansL.]
JoHN X, GILLZUrFZ-DxA SIR AND DBRO
THan : Your onower to my questiotas :No.
I and 2, causes me again to write. I see in
your answer this time you have given the
pastor the power of one member, while in the
first answer he received none. As to the
church, the Savior says, "Thou art Peter,and
upon this rock I will build my church," &a
"I give unto thee the keys of Heaven, and the
power to bind and loose," &a. I am glad that
the keys were given to the church. I have
been reading where the Savior commissioned
his apostles, and also where he sent his disci
ples out by twos, and I think you had better
look and see whether they received any pow,
er. You remember the answer to the query
gave them none, and-if that be so, I ask again,
why do churches ordain ministers? Read 1st
Peter 5th chapter, 2d and 3d verses. You find
that he (the minister) is not to lord over
God's heritage; but I learn that he is set as a
watchmau, and that he is, accor
ding to Paul to Timothy 8d chapter, 5th
verse, to take care of the church. Paul (let
Cor., 9th chap.) speaks of having power to
forbear working. Now if you can prove to me
by the word of God that he has no power or
that every church member has equal power, I
am ready to learn; I learn against an elder.
Receive not an accusation but before two or
three witnesses. 2d query-As for any
church having ruling power over the pastor. I
learn every church to be an independent body
as to any other head than Christ; while you
claim but the one church. I learn Ihat we are
of Adam's posterity. and while we are of one
blood we locate in different parts of the earth
and every family has its rules and every -na.
tion its laws and they are dependent upon the
same God. But I have no power over your
rules if you are law-abiding I learn that
Paul established churches In dfferent pleces,
and I read where ho tells the Corinthians he
had robbed other churches, taking wages to
do them service, and I don't learn that. your
church has'any ruling power over any minis
ter unless you have one whose membership is
in your church, and as for two or three having
rule over him, because the Scripture says, in
the mouth of two or three witnesses every
word shall be established. I learn in our civil
courts that two or three witnesses establish
facts and the court. and Jury find the prisoner
guilty tnd pass sentence-no. the witnesses.
So I find in the eburches that two or three
witnesses from the church of your member.
ship may c!aim a minister guilty of a crime,
but the church tries the case by the Word and
passes sentence. So the Word is the power
of both church and miaister, accompanied by
the IHoly Spirit. Jss. T. URI)umNN.
BRADFORD, PA., November 11.-A
special from Bordell City savs that a
terrblo accida-nt took place in a board
ing~ honse rear ther'o last night. A
number)PI of' mn were s itl ing artoundl
the itoe and one0 cf thomn to maketc it
hnrn better pried a enp of kero(LIsenel
on it. Th11 e rmnin s ot t ho oil in clu-'
('Lip took fire n1otd thoc man threw it
downi into ant open pail of keroseue
which at once expl1oded, covering all
the mecn wvith burnuing o'iI and Fetting
tiohe onse on fire. The men r'an ont
of dloors withi their clothintg in flamesc.
a Lnd lonri out of the fivo were burnied
buil1ding we foiund the charrea'd bd ies
of fotitr other men who at the timo of
thc aiccidecnt we.re a510oop in the upper'
Tu'IJ TIRAsli ('N ToP.-After the ex,
amination of' the charges uagaintst t he
Chick Springs mainagers befuro U. S.
Cornmissioner Blythe yestordaty and.
the discharge of the nccused, a bit of
p)Clleaatry waus induiilged in by' the0
collt and several Democurat s who
woroe present. The atcensed having
been exonorated frm fraud or' mite,
tion of' frand, t'omnmis.,iuner Blythe
said: "The Chlick Springs managers
have made a good1 showing; if' no more
frand was shown at other boxes thani
at the Cihick Springs box it would not
amount to much 80 far as this State is
"143 Republican votes is a pretty
good showing," ironically remarked
oneO of the managers.
"You huad the 'draw' on us this
time," replied the Commissioner.
"Radic al votes will come to the
top," retorted Mr. H. M. Barton, of
"Did you never thrash peas, Mr.
"We.l you know," continued Mr.
B. "when you shako themn tnp, the
'tra~sh' will always come to tiho topa."
This proved a clincher and bronght
down the house with roars of 'latugh
ter.- Greenville Neu-s, 23d inst.
A lady in Georgia laid away a shawl
which had wrapped her children when
they had the measlos. Tjwo years af
L(erward, she wmapped a neighbor's
child in the same shawl, and the child
Look the measlos from it.
The South Carolina censns includes
the following tow nships: Giddy
Swamp, Due West, Long Cane, Tn.
bernacle, Dark Corner, Alligator, Eb
enezer, Sammy Swamp, Pee Dee, Po
entaligo, Seunftietown, Privateer, Swim
ming Pens, Pumpkin town and Turkey.
There are 886 patients in the Geor-,
gia Lunatic Asylum-white, 709; col
ored, 177. The trustees ask for an
appropriation of $125,000 for the sup,
port of the institution for each of the
Col. A. M. Speights, of Greeonville,
will assume managoment of the "Mers
ohants Hotel," at Spartanburg soon.
Last Friday was President elect
tErardfeld's for'ty.'ninth birhdayu..
Eauey isirty for Sig.
I WILL sel to the highest bidder at Easley
Statlor, on WBDNESDAY, the 8th day of
December 1880, at 11 o'clock, the following
RE AL ESTA'TE situate in the town of Easley.
FIVE LOT& fronting on Main street in the
heart of the town. On Lot No. I is sittuated
the Holcombe Store House. On Lot No. 2 Is
the Store House occupied by T. M. Welborn
and the Holcombe office On Lot No. 8 is
the Welborn old Bar-room. on Lot -No. 4 is
the Tyler 11ill Store House. On Lot No. 5 is
the Post office.
FOUR LOTS, fronting each 100 feet on
Sardine street, and running back 110 feet,
ONE HOUSE and. LOT known as the Cu
reton Lot, containing One Acre, more or less,
and known on the plat as Lots Nos. 68 and 69.
ONE HOUSE and LOT known as the
Thackston Lot, containing Sixteen Aeres of
fine cultivatable Land. The House has four
finished rooms. On this Lot is a good well
of water and necessary out buildings.
TERMS-One-half eash, and the balance
on a credit of one and two years, with inter
est payable annually from day of sale, secur
ed by bond of parchaser and mortgage of
premises. Parehasers to pay extra for pa- A
G. W. TAYLOR, Esq., at Pickens Court
House will show plats of these Lands and
give any infor-malion desired concerning the
E-LAON A. SMYTHE, Assignee.
nov 11, 880 . 4
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTI Or PIC1EENO.
Y virtue of sundry Lien Warrents to me
Bdirected, I will make the following sales,
at the times and placts, herein after men -
tioned, to wit,
1st. At Pickens Court HIoupe during the.
legal hours of sale, on the firat Monday in
December next, Tiee Bales of Cotton; One
Lot of 3eed Cotton a-ud One Lot of Cotton
Seed, and-on Tuesnay following between the
hours of 12 o'clock noon and 2 o'clock P. M.,
at the residence of U. W. Hopkins. on Twelv e
Mile River, kwownv a the Kirksey-Baker
Farni abom. Two-Hundred Bushels of Corn,
One lot of Foddbr and One lot ot Shucks; sold
as the property of U. W. Hopkins and Ches
ley B. Yates, at the suit of James K. Kirk
24 At 14ierty Depot, on Wednesday fol
lowing, between d'1e h~oms of II o'clock A.
.\l. and I o'clock P. N., Five Pales of Co ton;
(O ne lot- of Seed: Conln; ne lot of t'otton
Seed an'On lof~It FoXduie.-:.-sld al the property
of Williamt K. Bhggs, ut' the suit of Thomas
Ed. At fhinter'si Gin on Twelve \le Rive~rs
het ween- thle hout.i of~ It) "elock awol I I o'clocks
A. M. on Then sdny followin, On~e 1JIU oft
Ciii torn nrA Une Io. N tI'altoli Seed; and1( om9
the samre day bet veen~ ;t horq ot' Io'cloek
a nd 2 o'ciock P'. .\1.. at thle rusd. kee of Thlu,.
l-'wder; One los of Cot ..on Seed..
JOAB M.AULDihN, a r.c.
STiATIE OF SOUTII CAROLINA
CoUNTY or Picsr.n.
I Y virt!:e of an execution ta me directed. 11
)3 will sell on 8nledlay in Dectebe next,.
at Pick en~ Courit Ilo(use, South C.( aroinl .
All thie liighut Title and lucereMt oi'Saraiu
J5. Ferguson and her children b'y Afterby
Ferm'guson1 in or to tha.t certain Piece of 1.and..
situa:t e in Picke~ns ('ointy, Monih Ca'rolinia,
on Town Creek. adjoining landi of J. D.
Ferguson, James IIllricks, J1. E. 1lagood
and14 orters, and jlcon tam in g TVwo i mundwred an 1
T'we nty -tivye Aer'. more or less. The saMi
interest being Ithe rreider in fee in saidt
lands aftter I he t ermiuntion of tihe lit'e estate,
of Anna Ferguson.
Levied oni as the property of tihe said'
Sarah J. Ferguson iand others, at the suit of
T E RNM CAS II-Purehaser to pay for pa..-.
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P.o.
nov 1, 1880 8 4
The N'1ate of outh Carolina
BY virtue of sundry executtons to me di..
Brected, I will sell on Sabeday in Deoem.,
All that cortnin Piece or Puarcel of Land,
situate in Pickens County. Soith Cawelina,
adjoining londs of W,~ T. Field's, J3. Jaialsoa
and others, containing One HlundredAeree,
more or less. It. being the same conveyed So
Carter R oe by Daniel Hiollingsworth, on the
16th December, 1879.
Levied upon as tihe property of Daniel
Hollinigsworthi, at the suit of RI. E. Hlolcombe
TERMS CASH-Purchaser to pay for al.
JOAB MAULDIN, s. o
n ov 11, 188() 8 4
.Imy office, I have levied upon and will sell
to the highest bidder, during the legal hours
of sale at P'ickens Court House, on the first
Monday in December next,
Alt that Tract or Parcel of Land, lying in
the State of South Carolina, in Pickens
County, adjoining lands of Cherry MoW hort
er, James A. Cobb, Ezekiel Long and othera,
containing Seventy-five Acres, moro or less.
Levied upon as the property of Wm. J. Pickle,
at the suit of L,. Leahard.,
Coroner Pickons County.
nov 11,1880 8 4
Notice to Creditors & D)ebtors
LL persons having demhnds against the '
estate of ZEPHIANIAHI SMITH, dICean..
ed, must present them duly prouved; And those
indebted must make payment to the under,
WM. A. AMIri,
T. J. CHAMBIIIN,
et 28, 1980 j 4