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D. F. BRADLEY. Editor.
PICKENS 0. H., S. 0.:
'THUSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1881
For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six
'months, 75 cents; strictly in advance.
Advertisements inserted ot one dollar per
square of one inch or loss for the first inser.
tion and fifty cents for each subsequent in
sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants
and others advertising for six months or by
Obituiary Notices and Tribut es of Respect
,oharged for as advert isenients.
Announoing Candidates five dollars, in
Edgefield Village in A3hes.
The busi'ness part of Edgefield Court Ilouse
was destroyed by "Lire on Sunday mornitig the
80th uit. There were only Itbree imnll -1tores
eft. The office of the Edgefield Chronic!<
'was burned, and all the rimterial dcst royed.
The Advertiser building and proper y v:ert
saved. The fire originated in Yw .iwy Cta
ble in the rear of the Tillman Ilot eln, i It her
being a heavy wind blowing, if 1e:l rapidly
and soon envelopel tivo thirds of the businem
part of town. The fire is suppo:e'i ( h ben
incendiary. The Court lloutse aindil I were
.not burned. The lossi is ei t-i iw at a 11l .
000. Insurance SM,000. This is a tmible
blow to Edgeficld, but her unfortu ni e cili
zens. who have the sympathies of all the cii
sens of the State in their sad calamity, ar
said to bear their losses as cheerfully as it is
possible for people to do under such circum
stances, and will at once commenrce rebuilding
the village. It is stated that there is no im
mediate danger of suffering amongst the un
Tortunate, but that there is not provisions en
ough left in the town to last it:i population
forty days. if the people of the county of
Edgefield do not feel able to render all the iis
sistane neccessary for the relief ot' (heir ni
fortunate fellow citizens, ve feel sure~l that
an'appeal to the people of the Staite would
meet with a prompt and hearty rcfponso.
Confederate Bond Craze.
The speculators have recent ly comumeniced
purchasing the Confederate bondst, for whiu ch
they arc paying from $2 to $9. t>0 a thousand.
They say they are buying for English brokers,
who claim thatt dluring the war, Confederate
agents deposited in the bank of Eniginnd, a
large amount of gold, which btill remains uin
disposed of. One account says that as mueh
as $17,000,000 were deposited, another $8,
000,000 and another $800,000. 1t is also
asserted by gentlemen who are well informed
upon such matters, that there never was a
dollar deposited in the llank of England by
the Confederate Government or her agents.
We know not how the case stands, but it it
evident that some big scheme is on fool
amongst the speculators. The English brok,
ers claim that in as much as the Governmen
of the United States denied the existence o
the Cofederate Government during the war
she can net legally set up any claim to thi
mnoney, as the English Government canno
claim the money, It must go to the holders o
Confedorate bonds. Millions of the bond
have already been piurchaised, and where thi
crazo will end, we are not able to say. I
may be that a speculation is on foot neare:
home than England. These bonds may bi
going into the same hands, that the Southeri
loyal claims went, and there may be afto1
a while, a grand rush upon the governmeni
for recognition by loyal holders of Confeder
ate bonds. We will wait and see.
The Greenville News of the first inst-', says
that whIle J. M. Ioendricks and J. S. ien
drieks, brothers, and a man by the name 01
"Kennons" (evidently a mistake in thme last
name) of this County wore trying to make r
forcible entrance into the residence of Ale,
Anderson, of "'Davis Ring"' of that city, t heu'
were arrested by the chief of Polieo, Greer.
While on the way to the guard hamue witlI~
them, J. S. hlendricks severely stabbed Mir.
Orcer in the nook aind tried to ma~ke his es
c ape when Greer drew his pistol anid tired at
his assailant but missed him. 'I wo colored
men appeared and seized lIendricks amnd as
elsted Capt. Greer in safely lodging ihe par -
ties in the guar'd house. Too miuch whtisk'ey,
which is a growving evil in Greenville, was the
cause of the difioglty.
J. M. Hendricks wvas fined $10.00 by the
Mayor and released. J. S. Ilondricka was al
so fmned $20.00 which he promptly paid but
was immediately arrested by an olieor upon
a warrantt issued by TIrial Justice llawthorni
charged with assault and battery with intent
to kill. After a prelim inary ).earing before
the TrIal Justice, he was admitted to bail in
the sum of $500
Mr- Christopher Jones, a promlinent citizen
of Oconee County, and one of die 'ice P'resi
dents of the Atlanta Exposition, died on the
A Terrible Accidenit.
Tuesday evening the boiler of the steam
engine at W. 0. Cromer's mill burst and ruio -
ed the mill and killed Robert Kollar coloreod
and Charles Cx a young white man enga~ged
at the mill. Kellar had both thighs broken,
his under jaw torn away and one arm broken
and torn 6o pieces. lie died before lhe could
be carried to his homne, about a mile distant.
Charles Cox had his right leg broken and hor,.
ribly mutilated, and a blow on the head pro.
duced concussion of the brain, rendering him
unconsoious and he now lies near death.
aMr. Cromer and two others were standing
near but were not injut-ed. The engineer it
seems put a log chain on the safety valve of
thu egine and this was~ the occasion of the
Another Outrage by a Black Domon
who is Summarialy Disposed
of by Citizens.
Dob lVilllmas, -colored, fiendishly outraged
a little white girl aged ton years, in Green
vile 'ounty, just across the river from Wil
linaston, on the second Inst. The little vlo
tim, it appears, from what we gathered from
our informant, Mr. 'Wm. Aiken of this
County, lived on the Anderson side of the ri
ver, but had gone over on the Greenville side
to an aunts. and was in the field picking cot
ton when the outrage was committed on her.
After the fiend had perpetrated the crime, he
threatened his victim with death should he
tell it. lie then endeavored to make his es,.
cape, but was promptly followed by a party
of men, overtaken at or near Pendleton Fac
tory and carried back in the presence of the
little girl wh'> ideitified him ias her asailalnt.
fle negro then confersed his ctimn, when in
the IreSeICe of ab1ouit two or thrce hunidred
people, white aod colored, lie was huI to a
limblJ near the .poi lie:h e I he l cl co.i.olittled
thie hel1i-h deed111. ('n Thursiday, she third
ini:t., t;. day the nrgro Vas' hung, the little
girl un I . iIJ to be a grent sufferer, sFireaming
C')nliuu.lly ! i om her excruCiatilig pains, and
lier comiitian va u thou!-ht to be extremely
daiigerouq. T[he Xevro vts copper colored
and suid hie w:A r:: i:_:' at. (t Greenwood in Ah,
bevillo ('0a1t y. UL hadI lived twhile i:I North
C ln .it le.t IlIee, mial co'ne to Pelzer
FacIt, where !:e had bec-n working a vhIile
befre lie comuitted t!,e crime for which his
life julIy pai t the for feit. 'he pouple of
tii section are determiined that our courts
a:hall not be troubled with such monsters us
Mn. lorve: To cne who haus alw:tys been
'to ai~i" ha lilo iuv.aris tIlite pleaat, es
perial! - if neemed w-ith pleaszing circunistan
ce:-. That of vhich I am now about to write
was of ilis k iiit. All things arranged, inclu
ding the usual charge to the children to be
good and smart and not play in the branch, &c.,
I mounted the saddle and steered southward.
The first place worthy of mention wos "Old
Pi.kens," al this is certainly worthy of
mrore t han 1 shall have time to write. A inure
desobtie looking spot I hope never to see; a
few VCther :-eaten dilapilated wILls, it few
Ia:ttered brick, a few-well the imoct appro
priate term is, the ruius of lie once luvely
villa-e i: all that is now to be seen. But it
is lwvely sill, lovely because of its very des
'huti mn, lovel y becaultse of ad e namles tanni laces
tha: -t ruIh to ; or neelh-etti. An thereii isc
th . granitd old~ ri'er with its charystal wat eux
lo:ainitg unde~tr the greait b'riI be antd teemsi to
n mur a sad good bye asi it issses t he site
of theii de-serted village. Bein g assured by ana
old dar-hey t hat there wasn't any '-boogers'
or haunts nor anything~ of that sort about
there, w e v'entured to pas~s through, fully imn
pressed that. this wvas the placee where all the
meclancholy poets a nd solemineholy historians
might resort with profit.
Our mind wvas soon relievedt from its sad
depression by entering Senaeca City, whaicl.
not only shows signs of life, but of' raipid
growth. Cary's llotel has attai ned giga~ncic
proportions, and looks just like Greenivute on
ly inore so, Next, in order was Townivibie, thIe
way to which I enlquired1 ot a pdeatsiani; hae
said he thought everybody kniowed' wherta
Townvillec wvas; and I will next tiine. F.air
plaly ot course was niext, thle nioni I:1 appro
priat e for WVill andi that othe ni'iIPn thaIt L eep>i
the Post Olice are gooid looking~ :anldoelev,
didn't get aciptaainted with any one el:e.
Aeross lie river to Car-nervillo, (Ga., c-penit th
night, wvith Dr. 11. who is a genutlec:an of re
fiunemenit anid cuilture, and knows ho~w to takt
hold of one's hand to amake hihu fe-el thait ht
is at homeii.
In the morning, accompanied by the Doct or
I ret urnmed to Carmnesvillo where I lhwi an' ina
roductioni to S3quiro D. %nd all t he b'alane
down to Squire T1., all of whom 1 found to bc
courteous and gentlemanly. Amngi these
was the Editor of that spicy weekly, the
"Frmanklin~ Registeor," who has a striking
semnblance to Editors in cominon; isn't it
something strange that editors are always fat,
jovial, good looking fellows, and is it beoauise
the business is peculiarly adapted to such
things? TIhie correspondelnt thtinkshe will no
got iate for an interest editorially (I believe
tht' htte cai it ad see ifh can't
sociability anil ot her things in proportion.
presher:Laii)wllTi(iIC t I hi tosy at Carnesv;'-ile i is all]
:cahe n~'ni t'icie naew railroad and Cout
hhoiuse tb bch the see ~C ini thue nea u~ibture.
unc ae b 'rver can' tfail to 1o- impreovnied
ic- the~ ple.-0 ol! our:al l'.0ino. r-eg~ion
ilabeonungit a graeatt po ph' anad our colitrty
in the hianldS of such a IL Ojie gu al, vwi~I Gotta
blessinag, biecome a graind coutrt y.
Triail Just ice J ohnto c' was hanvincg con -
siderable hlaw on thle 20tih ult. Hie boldly
anad brav-ely arratigned the piroprietors o1 a
Gaov't-ermet. dt i, whic s till is beinag run ma
few mile ks above here oan or near the Twelve
Mile Itiver. 'Tm ne chage preferred ivas re
tailing wiskei.4y. Thela casne was sent to the
Cir-cuit Court. T1h- party charged requircd
to give bonads, witnlesses also bound over to
appear at Cour-t. Fromu the evidlence given
this distillery wa-s (autsing tra'ouble ini the vi
ini ty . It a em~s fromat the whItole t rain of ev.,
idenace, to be~ a oim ez,.von-i fori all t hos 00who
are giveni to Sabbath bre-akin~g ad drinkitng
the nloxious poison. I thank thlo good1 rnn
who sees thaft it is good to make known suich
evil law breakers; and know that all such will
be fourf'old rewardled.
A report was curr'ant, early on Saturday
morning, then 20th uit., that John Mc Dow hjad
been arresi ed by someac detect ive ini Savannah
GaI. a -port wia hiat hi i pho(torgaph had been
sent. to somte o .me ini thea town-or viciity to ej
ctain th ac ta of it ' being him11. 1 do not
think hey huave found~ himi, neLithier do I think
alhey will sooni, if ever.
''.the fiarmaers are~ promfpt ini bringing in
their cott on to set tle lie gtnio bihls
Waigonas tare coin tg ini fr-om Northa Carolina
ma.c wed h ap ilples, (cestnliilt and i finre, large
whvIait e ctabago for- wihich they find readly sale
at a tair pici.
Mr.~ J . l(. WilItlims, our druaiggist, will soon
have his neiw dwellintg compileted It will be
the best. in town. Mr. Ilaylus Gaines is doing
Gray Hairs are honorable bu t'heir proma
ture appenrance is annoying. Parker's Hair
Balsam prevents the annoyance by promptly
rObtorin g the youthful color. 9-.3
R. H. Anderson & Co.
LIBERTY, S. C.
To the renders of this we would ask you
to pay strict. ttention to our prices, anad you
will find that "I lard Times" can bo "Ma(Ide
Easy." We wil crt ai nalma it to your
advI ntaTe to see ' llo- ,u i r ov el. i,-:
1(1(d we u.k .2 le1:mn:' ! t i 2E in to our trind
and edoves((,l; it ,;uch - u lprice.
~ ;''' h 'etn, '.B per y rd: Cotion: b' , e
la nd it::- ii .,,-, : N vide, 7c.'-,' i n
5 '.: lia s ier (b'' , . -. to i : :
irt Is. N .to 1 .2 1:! FUmr'a l ! y Sarb:,
We ee sel J gn - c 'er th.1n r Dnv Mtore
iroknsCounty-), I 1 '(o ):>C. ner vrd.
.IA h c oc: ilI fi Io c5o . to : ar
*ho., I I. . oi c: Ihh. (oIn due I'e ,
au1re ,. are w i al
I! isA : ou r i ,-Q6 i! wl- 1 7. t 1 : no1 w
if w at !o Sovc : , l us " e
11:1ve lj n 10cki ved ll b.TCs - W l i:r
iantce lo 3ell it at Greenie c. Remed
!;r dtli if o haC e to bny.
you doubt1 :a semN V 1vy of thi:.,::: i withi
ple!.,11ure1 refCr val -.1 R A. Ib- v vr, W .
Chilpmalai and' J. ..F k ln
(Unr trade is bi-i ,cur pon ar 'short,
nov 10, 1381 9 Gin
1830 Established 1830
D P FRN1 KLLE- . .. .4 0
R t .t 11i*' VVTId*TA
i IAV I JUzT Ol'ENED A VER Y LA ROE
ST' (H'1 -' I ) l GM(IM. from '9 cents up;
11 lrge '3 of t'loik s. fom "!5 upward:
('ulioe amQr tll ot .e21 sp2i*2e :!.i A las Eor
N ti ions! , Iill'er ,an Gii l 'over, mt. t2: as ed
ini i norhtC.Iet. A vy ' lar2:P 3 of); Ge's:
:nl !iny's llats. '11e celehr:.ted ih' tat
I~(ts and(1( 8Ses-everiy pir 1. i nin II
sell very low. Tr~y me~ before lane~bing. iCjh
nov 3, 18P1 8 'zm
[. J. Sm'j &ca0,
H ERE~WITH1 ANNOUNCE TO TIIIlCIR frionds
and the public that. they have secured the
large andl~ coaOd~lcious STORE known as the
HIOLCOMBIE COR.NERL, where they will be
pleased t o serve everybody with F lRST CL AS8
GOODS at reasonable prices. We have just
returned from market, where We purchased a
full stock of seasonable Goods, inch~iding
Furnishing Gouods, Fancy Goods, IHats, Boots,
Shoes, Confetioniaries, lnrdware, Parming
llImplmen ts, Groceries, and GIeneral Merchan..
dlise, andi we' can1f afely assert.I that. thlese
(oo:lta aml- !'iet w11 e c2''are [av;) ably with:
thm''e of any1) Hftul2e inl the un; c.n yil,.
Wet mant to :EIl Goods. 'ComEe r i ree the
ha inain lhoes, Tobacco, &c. li'l fLi
to e(:.uninef our2 Goodls before0 i'i yo.r
G.oods. .1 si52 u to call. Your s ret pet full,
oct 27, 188;1 8
loven~;t, I he un at ene pmeer!y pr'2..'i en- an
come1 forward ani 2lsettle the 1(une.
J. J. LE WIS, c.c... AEIha'r.
nov 10, 1.1
STATE Oli' 8OU !'J CA RLINA~
IN COURT 0OF COMMON PLEA.;
J. C. Griffin, Plaintiff, vs. J. Perry Looper,
M. M. Looper, Defendants.--CoMPLAJNI.
FOR Foictosi:us asn) gALg.
p1)URSUANTI to ano Order for Forec~olosur
and1( Saile in thle abol'S inted case5, ma~de1
by Ilon. JI. 11. udsoun, l'residinig Jludgo, on
the ahl dlay of Junie, 1881, I will soil to the
highest bidder, before thle Court lHouso door,
on Saleday in D~ecember, 1881, during the
legaul hiour's of. 8al, thie following described
P'r1.pjrty, to wit:
,Ab lhat TRACT OF LANI), situate in
I ickers Comnty, on thet Soth side of Wolf
Creek, contamiing 151 Acre2', w~ore or las,
and kniown as Ihe Jaobh (ueriai Place, where-.
on the dlefents~.2 now reside.
TERM& CMH-..Purchiaer to pay for all
,e , oJ. J. LEWI3, cc i.
The bundreds of hearty. and hcalthy look
ing inen, vo:nati and children, that have been
MIcued fromn beds of pain, sickness and well
uigh death by Parker's Ginger Tonio are the
best evideiecs ii ljc wouil of its Fistling
nierit and wort h. YOt'*ill liudl such in alost
3TATE O'N SOUTII CAROLINA
COUNTY 0F PICIF.NS.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
)y virtue or I ecretal Orders nmade in the
.) fllowng eriti caesI wvill sell at
pnlij outory, il rt1trui of tthe! Court lotuse in
i'qL:oin. C'u:hry,, oni SA LA.D.\Y IN D)ICEMI
na int, dur1inig the e: hours; of salle, thle
Sel !iiiate einaler 'nentioned and des'
C-" ed, i .1 1ih respective ce;e, and upon the
il tie case of C. P. Unmrett, against Amanda
I'( ) ItRAuGI,(SUR1 P E.
All 'htt Piece, Parcel, or Tract of Land,
i ! 11;,.t e in1 Pi1en1 C"11unV, aId St-ite afore.
. T or 'iy -hip., :ntljoilling lilds of
(. inev .i.1ae3 tsiaway, 'Thomas Oliver
and other.., uining Sixty (60) Acres, more
r hls, beinlg the tr'Act. of Land whereon tho
Uefent itlantt A mainla Donnelly 11now lives.
TEILMS CAGli--Purchuser to pay for pa
In the case of Marcus M. Hovey, Aministra
tor, :gimt Samuel C. Clyde.
.-U A - L kSl E.
AH dih 'ec, P':rcel, or Tract cf LaInd,
at itle I'' Pie' s t. -;, State aforesaid,
on (!corg 'eS ce(k, br 1ek wtry of Salud a
River, anljoin:ing land of L. A. Pc'ery, Wit
liun K ing, ,n-irew Day and othn:rs, contain
ing Eigby-one (. 1) Acres, more or leSE.
All that other Piece, Parcel, or Tract of
Land, situate in saime 6tate and County, on
the waters of' George's ereek, branch waters
of Saluda River, being a part of tho Andrew
Knox Land, known au the "Brick Yard Tract,"
and designated as Tract No. 2 in a plat rade
by T. A. McMahan, D. 8., containing SBvent.y
one Acres, more or less.
1'TV~nrs-One-half the purchase honey to
be paid in cash on day of sale, the halance
on a credit of six monthis, secured by bond
of tho purclser and a mortgage of the pit
iies, with interest from day of sale. Pur
chasers to pay Tor all papers and for record
iig the same.
In the case of Sarah Prior et al. against
Samnuel K. Youngblood et al.
All thato P iece, I veel~, e.r T1ract ir L~ui ,
dre anl ~ld Fif;ty six 95[:U .\ eres, nuI re or ie
teirt;g ilie Trac 'it of,itl con~.vCyed ta the
~Saauel Y'ouniglblood, decased, late uf Pickeins
T2i-:n~; s- One-half the puretbnio money toI
be paid ini on-h onl day of sale, thle bailance
on a credit of Iwelve Iunoniths, with interest
f'ronaday of tialc, scourkd by botad of t he pur.
chaser and a mtii~gage of :ho prmlises. PetrI
lahiter to p:,y for papers an~d for recording~
In die case of T. Augurtus 'Wiliams8, ag4!int
lzt re O)'ea et al,
All thosfle P'ieces, Paroobrs, or Thairtis of
Latel, :Sttune ini the t'.:ty ofI 1ivken. antd
TP AM'T Nt). 1.
A tjobinin2 g b.rul .d e i ~. .)' one:, nit of~ her
hni. et h.-L.e 0 'ii.en2 dee:a:.-t. cuttaiing
( ne hlandopi, .'Ores, inure or h8.3, :ad kniownt
a~ tie ili ie lhic'..
Jones~ and~ Tauet No 1, c'.ntaiing Sixty Acew
Adjoinfing lands of Lhanc W illiamns, Silas
Wi lliamust, Tyler Iilil and Tract .%o. 1, con,
taining Ono llundre~d and Fifty Acos, mloro
Pl:a of the above Tracts can be seen in
thie Clerk's Oflise.
One Lot in the Town of Easley. County and
State aforesaid, adjoining Lo:ts or Inac Wil.
liamsii, Jr., -- Go et and others cen,
taiiiing Otne Ae, iore or less, on which
hrre is a Dwelliing !!ouiso.
To it ~j Iesth lird the putirchiase money to
be ljeid ia cashi on day of tleO, I to;heLahice otn
(rom <iayv oft ale, ocuredit by htandt of thie
I' t. ' I 0. !5ot a . (i f ti h e remiSeA.
I iareb: lIr( it.,ay lot all paperis PSod f . to
In the enie oif J . C. Gr~ fiun, Admhliinistrat or,
egtinrt Anni IKeith et al.
.All that 'E e, Parcuel, or Tr'iet of L.ID'ii
siue Ii: l'?iinsCoiunty,': tt fenid
on . r~t'h t I itleznymet
conasliiing (lie Thlo:;autd and Tleni [ l010]
Al1l ( hit olhier i'it e, Parct~el, 0or Tract of
iLandti sitnu te in Count y an d State afitoresaidt
l welve llmbed( :.;id ThreeO (1203) Acres,
Thie tit, ',C I.; cu e knowni inthiepleadi.
We t n'ti I-r pha of thie iS:une will
All t al itin r i' ce20, Pureel, 01' Tract of
144. hitwvr :n. the Tale Rock llotel Place,
cot: ta~n ting 'i br'2e Aetres, rn01o orI less, whiero
the Table Rtock 1lote1 no(w st ands.
All I hat ot1her PicC, I'arcel, or Tract ot
Li.nrd, situte in lie Count y and Stat e afore
said, ai .iniung hatis of Cornelius Keith and
thers, beintg about one-half of the said Tract,
<>r about Thwenty Acres, more or less, beltng
the Sarne landr ksought by S. D. Keith atid
Dornehius kRe i. tn. the salec of the real estate
a f Alceander Edens, deceased.
All that otheri P'icco, l'arcel, or Tract of
Land, 'iitet in the Counity and Stnte afot'e,
said, adjoining the Table Rock~ lotel Place,
W1. ii. Koith and others, containing One finn
Ired and. Seventy-five (175) Acres, inore or
ess, being the Tract purchased by 8, D).
Keith from H1. E. Mull,
fTFMs-dOne balt the purchase money to be
laid on uzny of sale. I he bahliice on a credit of
welvye inunthIs, withI inter'est from day of
sale sec1 utet by bond, (If the putrchasers anid
t mortgnge of (lie preises, P'urcha~sers to
pay for all j- apers and for reco~rdinig the~ samel.
J. J1. LEWI3, cci'.
Here We Are Again.
WB H AVB SOLD IN T HE TOWN OF LI
ERTY during last two months, more than
three times as
As were ever sold during same length of time
before. This may be chance, but I think it
proves the old doctrine of the "survival of (he
fiittoest," and is an apt illustration of what
energy, low prices and courtesy may do.
Aerit wins. If OOODS were not sold here
cheaper than at other places, and people were
not better treated hero, thon I am at, a loss to
aoconnt for the vast amount of
GOODS REING S0410
Daily to men who were never here before,
and who are being made regular customers.
Car load of SALT just arrived at $1.00 per
Read my NOTICE to Debtors in Local
E. 19. IKOORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
nov 3,1881- 8
GO TO THE
roM Dry- ooism Ori=
I HAVE COMPLETED MY BRICK STORE
IIOUSE and filled it wilh a large and select
General Merckhdis e,
DR UUN~ A N D) C' EY! 'CA LS$.
All oft Whiich I propose to sell Chiotp for
ahor exchange tfor I 'otry PrthaceU1.
2,00JI yards tinest lIr:.andH of Prin:ni.
2.ot(0 yardsi .h-nns, fromt Cheapes~et to lieyt.
10,000) yrd ;iexShiirt ings. bsheetinags anad
(Cloa&ks, lionalovards alnd Flaniniih, all k ind,
My st'ck of UO)OTS andl S!I010 can not
be e'xc(Wlhal ini ritali y or prtico.
The0 largest andt' ho~it ,',(--etn- tstook of RE~A -
DY MtADiEt tCLOTING.% Cver brouaght to (hin
A large asauertmnent of IIardware, P'ooke
My a't'ck of ( t(UTClUA are complto, at
pricos that deff' comipetitlYn-a car load4 of'
Sa:lt at$ por satck.
lie "ture when~: you coins to Easley to calI
anid uoC me, for I we are o ua'1unders for
The~ Ihighest~ pr'ice paid for ( ot ton, in !Un.~s.
EAHL EYr, N. C.
oct 27.1l4Ml 8 ly
BLUE G3RASS SEED.
RIED CL.OVElI MIED.
Orchard Grass Seed.
Whie Clover Seed.
P A IN TS.
P U TTY, & C.,
and Faint Stores
Soct 6, 1881 4
NOTICE OF FINAfi dTTLEMENT!.
Notice is hereby givent that I WIlt apply
to 0. L. Durant, Probitte Jndge fit' Pitikens
County, for leave to tnaake a final settlement
of the ostate of T. WV. A LIXAND)ER, deceas.
ed, on the 3d (day of Ddoentber, 1881, anid
ask to be dischanrged thet'rom.
ROBERLT 5TEWART, Adtn'r.
Niotice to Debtors & Oreditors
A LL. persons having any claims flaittst the
.estate of GORGE)t(I' hIIlRNnlX, (fe
wacse, will comio torwalrd and prsenort, them
properly proven, withinv thiy data: any an
ithdebted to the estate by tte or accoun't will
some forward and t~t e the samie.
D).E. IIENDilX, Adm'r.
nov 3, 1881 -3
JUST I CEIVED AND) TO Ali,
RIV E SOON,
A (COMYP LE TE STOCRi
Fall and Winter Goodsi
COMlE AND) SEE.
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A t 20', 1881 50
New Advertisementr- +
isd Methodist Paper in
and Cons6r ttivo,
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No oila-r Pppr ort itsi size andi chasneter iad
oUerp. 2', to 2i 1 g- in caeh ninnuhlei'
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