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&tnei al one dollar per
tesferthe feet insertion
aeA eubsequient insertion.
sq merchomat und othme
"(As or by the year.
dj Ytbutes of Respect
X-V dollars, in ad
gapltst E. " W. M. Mackey,
oof f hich there con be
es follows: That he wilfully,
ilyp fraudiaguty, and corruptly
Ververted the testimony of wit
*ere examlaed in the contested
of Maokey against O'Connor;
ony Bled with the Clerk of
If Rtepresentat~ives is not the
Oftheo witnfesses, as given upon
?2iefre Ni~tiouiat the testimony was
9it fatiWrend by the offibcr who took it:
thatsottchbof the testimony Is not attested
hub.twienesses as rcquired by law. It Is
ce1atW Mr. Mackey has violated the
'**i6 thie United States. The testimony
*tS not reported as it was given and Mr.
was undoubtedly the cause of the
i-itation. He has endeavored to take his
tb$ ftaud and forgery. The House of
Representatives cannot do otherwiso than
di-az 34izekey's contest. The result of
the contest will no doubt be the seating of
Mr. Dibble, and the lasilug disgiace of. E.
M .Mackey. We may add to this that
its criminal prosecoutlon follows Mackey's
defeat atWashingt.on, the Penitentiary will
b. his destination.
Radleal Pcw Wow.
The Radicals hold a secret meeting in
Columbia last week. Pickens had no rep,
* wsentativeAn the pow wow, but most of the
counties were represented. Tho. E. Mil
ler, the eclored Senattor fromi Beaufort
County, presided over the meet'ing. The
*odference was held with closel1 doors, and
every'aveoue A' approach was closely guard
ed. The complexion of the conference was
very black, and a majority of the delegmtei
were of pure Atricann descent, although
quite a number of white men were presett
and took an active part in tihe deliberations
of the body. nhat was said or done in the
conference, of course, is left mostly to con
Jeoture, but it leaked out thamt they deter
mined to make a desperate fight in tihe nexta
election for members of the Legislature anmd
County officers. No general plan of camn
peign was adopted, but the Republicaii6 in
eh county are to be left fr'eE to make such
~mbbnnton wit dependents, disaf
mor and Greenbacnkers as they
may of oper. in other words, all dis,
affected lements, in every county, are to
be marsh led under the black flag of Raid
Icalism, oad a desperate effort is to be made
to wrest, tale present State Government. of
dcooy a 4 honesty, from the hands of
the Dem cratic party, and place it *again
ln'the asession of the ignorant and cor
rupt mentsof the State. The first step
torvrda a Oonsummiat ion of this plan is
enotshadowed in the statement made by U.
8. District Attorney Melten, to the reporter
of the ew. and C~ourier. Mr. Melt on said:
"The only action tasken was to pass a reso
luion instructing the Republican execu
sly. committee to take such act ion, as might
be best advised, to have Republican' super
-visors appointed under the law of the
United Stales to sup~'vise the registration
or the voters prescribed by the state law."
Blaine's Rialogy on President Garfield
The Garfield memorial services were held
at Washington on 27th ult. Mr. Bllaine,
the memorial orator paid a glowing tri
* bute to the memory of the illustrious dead
* President. The orator commenced his
eulogy by giving the ancestry of James A.
Garnleld and then followed him tharou~h all
his adlerse oircumstanoes and severe difi
oulties in obtaining an education, through
his illustrious services in Congress, in the
war between the States, as President and
as a conscientious ruler. The orat ion was
one hour and a half long and called forth
the praises or all who heard it. The dis -
lingkished-orator certainly did justice to
tjab6 .eminent qualities both of heart and
~.head of ot~r dead but honored President.
Athe Conclusion of the eulogy Mr. U~aine
tefollowing beautiful language:
"reat in life, lhe was surpassingly great
A)~death. For no cause, in the very frenzy
t~ponness and wickedness, by the red1
* -~ ~o4 f murder, he was thrust from the
Ie 6f thtis world's interest, from its
,. s~&pirations, its victories, into the
preset ee of death-and he didi not
'e$Q alone for the one short moment
)ijiunned and dazed, be could give
* ~ tl1y aware of its relinquishment
b days of deadly languor, through
Sthat was not less agony
%7borne, with clear sight and
- o lookea into his open grave.
4 uIn met his anguished
isy, tellm-what brilliant,
a baiffted,.high amibitions,
~tstrong. warm manhood's
iiuy rending of sweet
~% d~~t im~ a- proud, ez,
fe Ihost of sustain
%jd happy' mother,
iioors of her early
~e of hi. youth, whaou
- ~ 'e boyS ot yt
NiN tfrolior thet
s:ionI6dy l f~o tho eassts
.ho:eard thi voice of Got Wh
sele tesigt~atIoti eebovt tIe diae
As the end drew near, his early craving
for the sea retwrned- The stately minsion
of power had been to hien the wearisome
hospital of pain, and he begged to betaken
41rom its prison walls, from its oppressive,
stifling air, front its homelessness and its
hopelessness. Gently, silently, the love of
a great people bore the pale suterer to the
longed for healing of thesea, to live or die,
as God should will, within sight of its heav,
ing billows, within sound of its manifold
voices. With wan, feve ed face tenderly
lifted to the cooling breeze, he looked out
wistfully ujton the ocean's changing won
ders; on its far sails, whitening in the
morning light; on its reelless waveA, rol
ling shoreward to break and die beneath
the noonday sun; on the red clou !s, arching
low to the horizon; on the serene and shin
ing pathway of the stars. Let us think
that his dying eyes rettd a myslie meaning
which only the rapt and parting soul may
know. Let. us believe tiat in the silence
of the receding world he heard the great
waves breaking on a further shore, and tell
already upon his wasted brow the breath
of the eternal morning,"
A crank by the name of Maclean shot at
Queen Victoria last. week. The Queen was
not hit and would not have known she was
shot at had not bystanders seein the attempt
at nssaissinition. Nbaclean was promptly
arreated and will evidently be promptly
tried and executed. To hang him on the
same diy that (Guiteau is executed would
not be a bad idea.
Rev. P. N. Lynch, Rowiu Catholic Bishop
of Charleston, died at his residence in that,
city at 10.30 o'vlouk Sunday morning, 25th
The Shortest Verse.
In our issue of February 23rd we reques
ted as mny of our readers as could, or
would, to tell us which is the shortest verse
in the Old Testanent. We have received
four replies as follows:
Mi Enivoit: I see in your paper yoi
wait, to kiow how many of your readers
enn tell which is the shortest verse in Ale
Old Test amntlt. 1 hierewithI for ward to you
lie answver. 1st Chronicles, 1st. Chapter
and 1st, verse. MlouNr PLEAsANT.
Ain. Eiirron: I send you the shortest verse
hat. I can i fi nd in thei Old Test amient. You
will Iinid it in 1st.(I hron iclesm, 1st C hapter
and Z2sth verse. Eber, P'eleg. Ilule.
N D). e1rnru.:. E.
D I-:An M 1n i T~OMI'SON: 1 see t he SENTI NEIL
wants ItoI kno)w I how mlany o1 its~ read~ers can
giv theIIci sort es' verse in lhe (Old T1ee,t am en.
It is, 1st. Chronicles, 1st Chapter and 25thI
Re~gards to your faraiily, the "D~evil" and
I shall act. on the SE:NTINEL's Suggestios
and stamy away froma ).'iekems until the re
u iaai-runce ox vahnil ines dlie out. Yours
truly, A ILIoN MI. hli NEMoIlt.
Mla. EntTon: The 1st Chronicles, 1st
Chapter and 25thI verse is the shortest, verse
I have found. If I anm not. currect, please
tell your uninny readers. I would like to
knaow if amny ot'your renders canl tell what
verse conttainus all of the aulphabm'et; thaen, I
will tell whiiich contains all1 but, one.
J. Alo~uo.: KING.
The 2tirh verse, 1st Chapjt..r, 1st. Clhroni-,
cdes is the shortest. verse, and it will be seen
that t hree of thue four of our corresponidents
are correct. "'Mount Pleasant"' designates
the right chiaptecr and book, but failed on
the verse. There are twelve lot ters in'* the
25th and fourteen in the 1st verse. AMr King
propounds a ques ion which wve hope our
correspondunts will undertake to answer.
Weo publish elsewhecre in this issue some ve,
ry interesting facts about the Bible.
Money for a Rainy ray,
'-For six years my daughter was sick
from kidney iad othbcr disorders. We hmad
us~ed up our saiivings on doctors, when our
dlominie adviied us to try Parker's G inger
Tonic. Four bottles effected a cute, and as
a dollars worthI huas ke; t our lanmily well
over a year, we have been able to lay by
money again for a rainy day."-A P'oor
an's 1% ire 4
Curiosity of the Bible.
Thme Biibjlt contins 66 books,
1,189 chnymters, 3I,178 verses, 763,
692 words, 3,586,489 letters. Th'le
m~iiddlei verso is theo 8th verse of' the
118th Psalm U. Thle lonigest verso is
thme 9th verse of thme 8thm chaptor' of
Esther. The) shortest ve'rmo is the
35th Iverse of the lit hi 'dbap1tor of St.
John. Thoi 8th,. 15t hi, 21st, and 81st
vese of the 107th Psam are alMike.
All thme v'erses of the 136th Psan
end alike. The 119th Paulm is the
longest eI.apter'. Ti.he middle chap
ter' of tihe Bible is the 1 15th Psatlm.
The 27th chmapter of Job is the mnid
dte champtor oQt the Old Tlestamennt,
Lthe 13th anod 14th champters of Hto%
mans niro the middle chapters of the
Now Tesut.nmnt. Thme 19thi chater
of 11 Kings, and the 37th of Isaiinh
are zilike. Thlie 21st verso of the
7th chaptr of Ezra contai ns all thme
lettecrs of tho alhabet except the
let t er j. Thio wVord "antd'' occurIS
44,277j times. The word "Lord"
Occurs 1,855 times. Them wordi
"pentkniIO" occurs but once, and may
be found in thbo 28d verse, 86th chap
ter' of .icromiahd. Tfho word 'eternity'
imamy be foiiud in tho' 15th ver'se,
57th chapter (I Isaiah. Tho), wornd
'rev'erendl" many be found in the 9t1h
verse, !11th Psalm. Theli word
"comass"may be hound ini tho131,h
verse of the '28th chatptor ot acts.
WASutsOON, Ubur 28.-'The gad
jury to-day indicted Samunel 0. Cabell, John
N. Minnix and Charles 1. D.ioksonm, fr con
ispiracy to defraund the GJovernment, Of the
Ulnlted States by mens of fraudulent, bids
for 8,190 post.roumtes locaited in North Car
oling, Soutih Carolina, GeoagIa, Ohid, Ind1h
sa, I~mn'ucky, Tennessee, Pioiia Ala%
ta ndiaaa5lgi, and~ cor;n- 4
Isn oobteno Aentraeta fo alm' mn.n
, a. aNheste:W
feet I lsh is tbe
'I~t.aitgb asites of t" M"em
AM:jN k sirlroad, fteross the
To ft! uner W4tr4 Chief Engineer
ipwb0 ,k pth ilatge fore Of laborers, is ait
#9tk saving 'he track 1Via washing away.
4 lage nunab. o(P 'ople *r e1 eCnig
f0,i0 the Aikabaas to tiavMtpt s iglde, be
ing fqrced by .beek watiet to teavo their
iLKNA, Anx., Mrc-h 4 -The river,
within 24 hours. ending at midnight, yes.
terday, rose nealy 2 inches and the over.
flow in this city is fulty as mmuch. It is
predicted that we shall huve wore than a
foot higher Ater by old ilver men, and
this seems probable, when it is known that
the St. Franmis river is rising rapidly and
the volume of water thrown upon us from
that q9urce is immense and enough to
cause a rise in te Aligsissippi here ten
dage after a decline sets In at Menphie.
The White river at Claeindon Is still boom
ing at the rate of five inches a day. Every.
thing is made ready here for the distribu
tion of the Federal rations for this dis3ilot.
Niw YORK, March 4.-A reporter of the
World called yesterday upon Gen. Hancock
who has recently retutrned from an extend
ed Southern trip. The General said: "I
think there is a inatter eounected with the
Southern people, which should, at the pros
ont juncture, have attention called to it.
People of the North do not realise what
these telegrams, which they read about the
floods, really mean. From what I saw, I
believe the Southern people, over hundreds
of vqtare miles, are literally drownded out.
fences and cat tle are gone; houses have been
swept away or are uninhabitable, railroads
destroyed, plantations ruined and the coun
try desulato. Nothing like it has been seen
fot many years. Tie distress in the flooded
regions is beyond tie power of words to tie
scribe. Itecolect, what I saw and have told
you, was seen at the time when the 'lood
was not at its worst. The first thing to be
done is to extend necessary aid to these
people. We miust face the problem of
feeding, sheltering and clohinig these peo
ple until euob a time its they can raise food
and slelter for themselves. The Southern
people will do w1at they cnn, but. tie Nor
thern and Vestern pe p'le muust also come
to the rescue. Ev'-P it, were. right .to
throw tie btmrden of such an unparalleled
and widespread calatnity upon the Souther
nors alone, they have had the means of
chnrity swept. away with the means of live
linood. We must. help, and help at once
It is better to send nioney to Memphis, hio
bile, New Orleans and cities where provi
sions and clothing may be bought, than to
wait to seid food aid clothing. It is possi
ble that nore will have to be paid there
th in here for suppiies. bit I tell you the
people cannot. wait for provisions to reach
hem from here. Thero are thousands of
negroes who are hon'eless ani starving, and
-they must be feil; and what is more, we have
got to feed tLem. There is enougih food in
time South that can be boughmt to keep t hem
going until we can seni iore from thme North
1t. shmould be sent by ra.1, ais thme stememrs
ae too slow. 'l hese people must cat. andi
hey havue not hiing. Relief conmiuit tees
shmould he fimetd inm every city to receive
ancd forward supplies. Mioney shmouldl be
sent ait onice to reti-ve thme mnost. pressing
wants- Arrangegumen ts shmould bee mamile with
rafilrioaeds to tor wan t sui~pi ies mat ftirst inm
thmroumgh freight. trainms, tio camrry niominmg
else-, amid to be put throuighm in the~ -hiortest
lIn regaird to meaures for futrer .pmreven
tion oh overtlows, Gcu. Hancyiock said: ''A
bill shiould h e introtdumced intio 'onugr-ess for
sutrvey tif time %l ississi ppi, iesoux~mri amid
Ohio' rivers. as well ais their plrincipal tri b
ut aries, such ais time A-kn sas anid time
W hit e. A survey being munimte, a plan of lo
v'ees should be devisedh which would be sutf
ieienitly St ror~g to priotect. the conhtr-y.
Whethler thle G3overnumie,.t., State or paerishmes
build t hem, they shiouldi be consitructided ont
time i-marme genmeralh lnm. If the 'oumt hernt
States cmamnotm affordtu o build( levees thie
G overn menmt shmould help. Pmot< c ion of t ihe
vast bod~iies oh hiand umow ovemillowedi in time
South ami West is, in mmniy opin miion, oft Nmi
ionial ilin iportaniice, altali shituihl be'so regarl
died b'y Congress; butm whmieth- thle Giovern%
ment biidb or* heill s to buil time levees, it
certainly cani mafforud to a,'d should cause
surveys to be untihe at once.
The Distinguishing Charms.
A delihtful framgrance of freshly gather
ed flower-s aind sp-ices is time distinmgu ishinmg
chlarmn of Florestonc Cologne. 4
WAmunINGTON, Feb 28.--Tme deCreaise
of time pitbilic dlebt for time mnonith of Febu
ary wv ill be about $9~,000~i,000t, beuin about
$2,000,000 less thantm thle average diecr-ease
since Jutne last. 'lime failing tt is dime to
lie hmemavy payment s mamnde during Februammry,
one item of which was about $9,000,000
on acoout of penisionis
A Shameful Crime.
Quite a sensation wats created in
the city on h~it Th'lursday rmorning
by the aenntouncmecnt, lthat the head
oif at new born inmtit haid been fotund
in the yazrd of Alex. Johnson, a col
orecd mn who livr a on the lot ad
joining the Grteely Inistitto. Upon
iunvestigation It wausurscertaeined thmat
Lime hmead was founred by a little cml...
ored girl, aend thact when founid a
dog. wasi eating att it---a most repul
sive sight, indeet'd. It wa en tirely
severed from theo body, whuih hats
niot yet been fin(d, wraptjped in an
old skirt, anid bur ied undmer the edge
of an old house standing ine thme yard.
The dog hiad scratted it up anid
had dlragged it, eight or teun foot from
the Ilousm.. Tihe infalt was amppa~r,
ontly only3 a1 daly or two old, arnd
was of bigrek olr nSt
urday, a colored schecd teac-her wats
arrested ont suspicioni and taken be,
fore Trial Justico Brz'oale, buti afte
exatl~mnation was disrmisd, andl~ as
ye0n sattisfueetory ciuo hast been
gauined as to who is thme mother of
the maurdered infaent. We~ hope ci,
torts will not. cense unthil thor guilty
wretch 15is oud, and1( madl~o to pay
the permal ty she richly deserves for
the terrible anid shameful crime. It
is sickoning to hear of such news in
a civilized co mmunnity-Anderson
The city of (Grcenvillo is (detormi
od to extermiinuate worthlessa dogs
Every dog owner rs required to ptur,
chase a badge to be worn by his dog.
All dogs not haivinig medalst will bo
sontenced to death. The manner of
execution is by drowmng. Tihis is
a good ordineance adopted by Green
vtdle, for wothless dogas prowling
ar ound thoestracts are certainly nlus
n 'to imnd Chaptei tOY
ot Title VY Part II, of time '06n
oraIstsktutes of 1 thin State, reit.
log to assl-igniments of itisolvent
Bo it enucted by time Spnnte und
House of Iteptesetaitire of the Satix
of SoUth Curolina, now met and
Aitting in Gwmal Atnembly, amid by
Lhe authority of the samt
Beetti 1. That Chaptur XCVII,
of Title V, Part II, of' thl enemri
Statutes of this Stato, be, and the
samo is hereby, amended by adding
I hereto the following as Sections 10.
11 and 12 of tho'said chaptert
See. 10. That any assigrnment by
ain insiolvent debtor of his or het
proporty for the benefit of his or het
croditors, in whieh any preferenet
or J) iOiLy is given to tany creditoi
or creditors of the said debtor b)
the terms of tihe said assigiment
over tiny other creditor or creditors
other thimn as to any . debts duo t<
the piblic, or in wJmich a)
provimion or disposition of the prop
orty so assigned is made or dircrted
other than that the saeto be dis
tributed nmct)g till er, ditors of thi
said insolveint, debtor- eqally, In pr<
portion to tihe aumioitint of their so
veral demanmds, and witbout prefer
ence or priority of any kind what
sUover, save only us to dubts dme t
tLmo publiefi and save only as to eucl
creditors as maity aiccept the t'erdis o
stick a1ss'gnment uiimd excuto a re
ieU--e Of their claims aigaimut ti6
debtor, and CXept Is hmeinaittoi
provide'd, such assignment shall b,
absolutelv noull and void, and of ni
Sec. 11 If any person, bcingA
solveit, within ninoey days beflor
the making of' aiy assignmf11ent, 11
him Or her of his or' her propertj
;oi Ce benefit ot 1i3 or herr cid Lorm
with i view to give a preloence t<
any cr'editor' or perosn having i
claimn arainist him or her, Or Who it
Unlder anly liability for him o1' her
prCocures or sttues Iny pirt of hi:
or her' property to be att(ached, me
questered or seized on exoeution, 0'
o1cn6kes anty paympetg, pledgo, amsign
tm'nz t, transer1r comm n- zlveyance of I'i
part. ofis hs oer proper'ty, eiheI
directly or indirectly, absolutely oi
coniditionally, the peI(rson rece vill
etnse' orn convleya of aIrmny li art4~m
soi hs or. heri poperty, or to be bene
titeth. therebyg hw~~',or y uc atch
beheve~f such11 pier(Iso 'Uco be isoventi,
ade313 thatim fneh m~ attac met- 01'ques
tra11tion stizureCI4 , pam e(I n, pledge
athit nllt.iatL or hisol\'g :u'L'lit-ts m a
stin t d 1113 th e h;r ition fb Nb.
chap1. tert ci hma~n (ili, 8 v<e 1: d.l am't
thediasigei miay tiecoe 81dt.el pr'op
timy or thine aued mfirm te p~mier1
son sorent t or so:y i t.'o1 be b'S m ne-r
tiy'ed. C N timg, owever, in thb1
tse' i et, hai hesu tied t ai
athg upon a. 0ecuty) aken tin pgot
i)lith, on mtevoeenion iiofi t' oh.
of lne loanmm cot a'ny seenrity no;
tigdem ade f i 11iddbor advance t h
stui asig'd nso hed brpy hmo81
crhu heeit o1' heis tor hem edtoi
Ahul'oand thy e th diynfu for 'ai'
ceioof tha'uetm simdetorith
by uso ot rnpetseialy or tim
Say oherut mannerm, t sit pr)o
taeditsingais G he sid deb'triy
an ythe anehom'ed ofn thmu s:si s
gnmnt, orany ot heripirs'on 0ro
terytar ieshl bheeo eithe to at.ea
toc timd stfa.ido tme sai ded o
tsimgnmet, or Pto nforhi h pro
littens theref, d flhnsitorn any' othmei
puros wtve, w131 ieamismtout 0ir' ob
againt theO sid tiebr Wh~tuon th
cayimeto deman)d o l bye samitt
crediti'ir o reiofrs.c sat,
Aproved'an ptheoth day, f iebruar(
AnledAi thi Sofcltate ILthal e lomoni
ofd the sJtde of IProbsates. i
o imtenacted iy the Sdenao anc
IWhus o Represen~bttiv0osth ofa h<
whate def Soth Carctina OW, now pcme
and be the( author0ity bffthe time:su
Seobtion 1o. Than ia afterdh expi
(:attionm ofm~ toev sonthso from ti
gant o ZIltIterst~ of' adinistatonmor
ltnhe esdt no ane derson di in bmt
~tiestat e,, sl bto mad to)a prea
tose satisietiont 01' tie Judge o
whe Coart of Prkotmb whadiead
bedr tatmte admnistator n o a
miigaloprsofnsuc cm tti e torte uaid
atue toasceritinUthe w1Oherwious to
wh)1ethr ony hersoynda h i ivn
wouldO be enpotited, as distribte eao
fot to sidJudgve fof Phrot gt i,
eson intested haid estatt.'ha h day
dtr itees cattllingl on weach perso
whose whereaouts o -,efato
beterb the said intestate, and noti.
tying all persons entitled to the said
estato as distributee or otherwise to
appear on tbe day and at, the time
so to be appointed, before the said
Court, to int.erveno for their inter
est, in said estate. That the day
6xed in said citationgon which cause
doys h.ake .
said J udge of P""",
"Itid Judge of &F .t e
r-ight it) his discrt'an to n de uth
vitation to be publ'she4 rnfed.eik
tor threo succei'Ve Weekadft one
other newspapcr jublished at sisch
other place as he #ball think imost
likely to give notive to the partiew
interomt-od in said estatte.
SEc. 2. That, the publiention of
said cit ation., aIs herein before pre.
icribedl, shall bo provled by filing
with the said Judge of Probate copot
ies of the nowspapers containing the
Ibliation of said citation and the
tOffidavit of tihe publisher or printer
of the said retspective iewspapers.
SEc 3. That. at, the timo fixed In
said citation for Vautse to be shown
as atfotesaid, due proof of publicttion
havinig been made atid tiled as hero
inbefore reqirod, if no perstoi ap
pert's as therein required, the sad
Probate Court, shall decree distribu..
I ion of said estaito to be made an it
the person whose whereaboutls Ur
the fCt of whosto death is unknown
had died beforo the intestate, nd
distribiuion so made by the admin,
istraitor or administtators shall bo at
full and complete dischargo to the
adminitrator or alminlistratorm.
Sc. 4. That at the time fixed in
tht. said citation for caus - to be
shown aaorsaid, duo proof of
publienition having been made and
tiled ais heroinbetoro required, it the
petso8n whose whereabotis or the
fact, of whose death was unknown
shaIlll a1ppet., all furt.her' proceedings
shall be dischatged; Provided, how.
eve', LtL if the identity of suici por
son m) uppearing sonall be disputed
by the aId mlt iListratot' o1 adminiistrua
trs, or any dist.ributeo of such iv
tstaIte Or- the legal IepresenmtatLiVeS
of antty Much (distributoo, the said
Probat.o Court, shall proceed to hear
and d!Lt.rmInC the said controversy,
and it the saqn be determinod atg.
ainlt the said person so alppoartig,
dtmlibittion of tho said estat.o sh aII
bo mamd e as i'prescl'ribed in Sectionm 3
of tbhis Ael; but, if' the same be deter,
mined in 0avor of said party so ap,
peai in, he shall be held and deem,
ed to be the personi 1 wh ' wherea.
bou0ts or' th fac't of whlose, deathI was
untknown. Such determfiation itn
either' caso, however, to b'e Muje'ct
Lto appe'al ais proidehtd by law~ inI <th
erI c'asesi of atjppeal 1irom the.. Praobatet
SrFc 5. That1* ait the expir'ation of
thie tme tii: ed in thie .ua~ L:: im n
j t- Caus hi"toL be shiownt ais afore'tsa~i,
dtie proof (f pubedtatin hving beektnw
mad oto f'it~eda., hred oineie re-'
h: re utmco, or~ pi'onl represen ative
'.flthepes whcr' ot.o w~61 heaots or
mAhes fu e th Ifwh s eit~ tI;'. I)i ui el(kto
or ofI hetw' e t the1 'Laied :tou i est..t
uinlt5 (ht'n ig a lk w di . dv ef re
the inte'stato's~ chstamte 11 the ah! Pro
IhlLtte c Couta. sti rote o hear and
dterhimin wlwhrth said.pt5t ~'as pVIer
whoet hea;.ts or the factu wos tt is
111 base: ded hat Lnkt' tni dnill beforte
or aterA~0 the intetate and 'iit the -
wofsec deat sh llknow 1tad i dcor
theitesytte, dsrib utin ro orc
ae tht Lt.) sai per hsoo' where
about. or ho (tiati itf whose deat wis
unkn'is owded cr the death of to
intestoattesaid itribte sh'are
ot suhprsnsa b pd n e
hvereod bysh d adiustrt' or )''etaiy
adini)traors whoe therpersho Wr er
tis lonle aty tetiled tofr e the t'
saidne. Shal ithrinai t yeith
r$ casiex, wver wo besbjel to~~t
appea yaus pfvied byh awe dsrbtonher
casuestate apea fomthe~ UPpoaated
cained hshl od.ba1r ori prevetj'anyi
tiunkeow at ~ho tim hof the distri-s
Lateo haf ten diid edtt as aforesaid
ond wuh omshalt wthieo asre nyesu
distoriteo distrbtof ofl he etateci
ed 'ho tathe aid ersad appear and
choim his or her isaiidu dshareibutv
frao reo'ring frm te o tbor dier
tributoes betaiboon wom tht saides
or thnym of te aid ordorsatid Liare
Apsuhproreton thro a anybu~ ruch
Anitbteo telrof may havei regeiv
oro the aido of'tRao oer and
reo itofaeob the c fsuch pesn
whose of'heabot~s asi~ no thow
athe tof of the Caoina distibutin
Approvedg i therha Aoffmbu aryd
by Atheai' toyeoar the Irw in: regard
tom heCartit on of Pea Esal~ jo.
Li Liot en kiactd b te (Snate a1 nd
byaouso t o n ersenove of the
Statoof SontlCaina, ntc(ow met rgt
thy ther auoity ofiteto their Ta
risdiLcto iallt' se to In ake par-i'
Liion i kind ofb realtestat, haoti
by failymnt, tne ortilh me byth
dirison th leir accoding t
trethctiv has; o r in paes ari
Aionrnokid tor by~ aofen cano
Ae irl an2mpr8alyma.b
t.ho salo of said real estate and the
division of the proceeds according
t.o the rights of tyhe part.les.
A pproved the9th day of February
A 11 2Ra-r
IGREEILLE .h .. a gC,
W EB WILL DELIVER ST04O IN 10
TON LOTSa E Lasley, for 400 lbs.
MIiddling cotton for 1 Ton of Fertilizer.
Wo will sell single .ton at our store-in
3reenville at the same ratei Parties will
ave money 16 6ua11 on us. Itespeo fully,
FERGIfON & MILLER
march 9, 1882 26
Errors of Youth,
A GENTLEMAN who suiffe'ed for years
from Nervouis ' Debility, Premature
Decaty, and all thle effes3ts of youithful indis.,
:rution, will for the sake of sutfferlng hu.
nanity, send free to all who peed. It.. the re
nipe and directions for umakhig thb simple
remedy by which he wits cured. Sufferers
wishting to profit by the advertiser's expe
elence can do so by addiessing' in perfect
1ontidence, JOHN 13. OGDEN, 42 Cedar
itreet, New York.
leb 23, 1882 29 ly
WILL mail (Free) the recipe for a sim-.
ple Vegetable Balia that will remove
Tan, Freckles, Pimples and Blotches, leav,
ing the skin soft, clear and beautitul, Also
instrictions for prolucing a luixuriant
growth of hair on a bald head or smooth
face. Address, inclosing "c. stamp, BEN.
VANDEF & CO., 12 Barclay strect, N. Y.
Notice to Debtors & Oreditors
A LL persons having demands against
thei ertate of JA.\MES McADAMS, de
ceased, will present them to the undersigh
ed legally attested, within thirty days from
this date. Those indebted to Paid estate
Will please come forwated and make pay,
ment. .J. J. LEWIS, cc.r. Adin'r.
mar 9, 1882 25 8
State of Sostl Carolina
County of Pickens
Br 0. L. DUIANT, JUDGF. OF PROBATE.
Whereas, W. A. Lesley, has nade suit to
me, to grant him Leiters of A (ministrat ion
of the Estate and effects of lhardy Gilstrap,
These ar% therefore to cte and admon.
ish all and singilar the kindred and cred
itors of Ihe said Iiardy Gils nip, decens
ed. that they he anud appear before ne, in
th~e Court of Probatge, to be held at. lIckeris
U. II., on the 11ith daiy of March 1882,
after publicat ion hiereot, at II o'clock in
the forenoon, toI shiew catwse if anuy they
have, why the said admuinis: rat ion should
not he gratiltied.
Given unda~er my bandl and seal t hiss the
20thI daty of. gehrnarvy A. l)., 1882
feb 23, 1882 '. 8
STATE OF SOU!H CA ROLINA
CoUNTY (aF PrCesNB.
IN COURT O[P COM MON PL E.\S
J. C. Griflin, Adnm'r, vs. Ann Keith et al.
BY vir iue of' a D~ecretal1 Order maude in
the abhove sat edl esse ona the 7Thl June,
1881. hy llenI. J. 11. hiidoni, Presidling
Ju11dge,. I wili i.ellI a' P'.cken.- Coaurt Iti se,
uon SNdechiy in A'pril ni xt, during t he legal
lho urs of sale, all (lhe rt, roi-'huc a i;! r
an-tit: der oU th lao ie tIl Esitate of Ste pheni 1)
Keithl, decensed, consitsing of t baree ParelM
or Lotsi of L.anitd renaiining sifter settin rg oil
a Ihoinaesead to Mrs Alan fkei:hI, to wni:
()ie Trnet containing 10 'J-.\ cr'es. moare
or QM leso Arbn Ci aSreek. aidjoinuing hanids oh
Matt hew llenadricks, .llebecca KaithI dd
Oneo Tract cont aining 14 1 10 Aeresa, miore
or less, ont Oolenaoy lgiver, n .ijoiin g :ands
of J. K. Sutherland and Sainttel Edenss.
That Lot of Land known as the TABLE
110CK II OTEL PLAiCl. containing Tharee
Acres, more or less, whereon the hiotel nsow
stadnds----thle said 110'el cniltas - r
roois, aind on lie Lot there are good sad
coniveniet Stables anud ot her ont huildlings.
TEIleMS-One hsalf~ caish, thle balanc~e on
a credit of t welve months; oredit portion to
be secured by a bond ot the purchasr and'
mnorigage of the preises. P'urchnbero to
paiy extra for papers.
J. J. LEWIS, o 0.
mnarch 9, 1882 25 4
STA T OF SOUT H CA ROLIN~A.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
I)V virtue of suindr-y execrations to me
1) directed I htave levied upon, and wilt
sell to the highest bidder tor cash, during
he legati hours of saile on the first. Monday
in laptil, 1882, befor the Court House
:Ioor of Pidkens Countty,
All that Tract of Land, lying and being
in the County of P'ickeiis; hat the State of
Soth Carolina, on Big Crow Creek. waters
>jf Keowee River, adjoining lantds of' Thionmas
Newton, J. N. M urphree atnd ct hers, cont
aining Oneo hlunidred and Eighty-six Aeres,
imore or less.
Levied o'u as the property of T. Milton
:lex~ader. Whatever interest therein is
mbtject (.o sale for' the de~bts of' salid MIilton
Alexander, will bso sold, at the suit of Susani
LI Alexander and At'ora T. Alexander,
'laintiffs, against Tr. Milton Alexander,
\dminisrator and Sarah A. Alexander,
Ydmiinistratria of' the estate of Fountain
Ylexander, decetased, Defendants.
All the Interest., Right and Title of Dtudly
Nigington, in fliat T1ract of~ Land, otn
whiich be now lives, situate and being in
ho 8tate and County nforesaId, adjoining
ands of John P. CraIg, Thomas Craig,
Jeorge lBarrett and others, containing T4wo
Flnndred Acres, miore or less; levied on as
he pioperty of the said Dudley Wigingtoni,
it the suit of Robert F. Morgan.
All of that Tract of Land, whercon Finsnk
libs~on now lives, situate and beltig in the
Stanto and Count~y aforesoid; near SixM Mie.
Niount aln, adjoining landhef John P. t'raig,
D~aniel Mills and othErs, denfttiig One
Rlundred and Mi res?@, mure or loe.
All of that 7w$of L'Od on which Jo.
teph ~o~l, san~ate and betng
in the U jid te aforeside on81 Sivar
?re h sMeNal and
Mattocks, rPi ,
Cross Cut Saw~
Lot4 of other aoods af
W. T. McFALTL'S.
PICKENS C. H., S. C0
jan 5, 1S82 16
WE HTOPE TO BE ABLE TO.'MElwif
the patronatge 5o liberally bestowed on frbd
Old Firre, and with the New Year we starL
out *1thI the det erminatior. to increase out
trade for the year 188250 per cent over that
Ini order to do this we will continue to gitE
our. frienxds thce very lowest prices on anya
lhing they wish to s.uiy, and by keeping
OUR S TOCK
Well uip with the diemands of our trade, and
by polite and cnut teoqus attention we are d#
torIoned 10 Win:. I(entembIer we sell
El O;rds Prints for $1.00,
7-4 shirtinug for 6~ cents.
W omeni's l'olkat Shoes at 75 cents, and se
on down the~ list.
A good lot of R! ADY \MADE~ CLO)THlNG,
Blfnhets, and other Winter Goods to seges
o'at at Cost and carriage.
LAe~rty, s. O
jan 5, 1882 10 .9
R. H. Andmwon.& Co,
MRRY S. C.
To the readers of tbis we would ask yotf
to pay strict at ten Iion to our pries, a'ad
youiwill tinid that. "Hard Times" can be
".\ladeEus~y." We will certainly make IL Id
your* ndvaintage to see us before buying of
sell~igs and we take pleasurein offerin g te
our friendsacnicustoniers Goods at ouch d
Calico, st andard Prints 22 yards to the
Sl; ~-8 Shiurting. t.o. per yrdj Cotteh
Plaid, 9c. Bleaching, .one yard iIdE, 1.
Ladies' hIose, Sc.; Hand~kerchiefn, 50. to
$1i 25; Launidrod Shirts.'50o. to $1.26; larD
mier's H ickory Shirts,80o.
Wecan se'll .Jeans ebenaper flian any store
in P'ickens County, 11 to 55o. per yard.
A large Stotk liats from 25Q. to $8; s
warranted Brognn Shoe, $1.15; The Ladies'
Polka S3hoe, 70c; Lndles' Double Grain But,.
Lon Shoe,1$1.25;-Chiild's Polka Shoe, 46o,
Always look at our Boots before you buy,
and we ilil save you money.
it is rumored that Flour is on the, r'ifeg
now if you want to save money 'call on us'"
We have just. received 100 barrels, and will
guarantee to sell it t Gireenville prices.
Rtemaem-bet this if you have to buy,
We are also, agents fbi- the Old Wflitur
Wagon, the best Wagont soldjn the p8tatv.
I you doubt the veracity of this, we *ill
wit. pleasuire refer you to Rt. A.. Ueter,
W. I. Chapman and S. .Ja Wakelin,
Our trade is brisk, our profits are sbos
and our prices are temrpting.
R. IL ANDERSON & C
JA be.uty, S. '0.
nov t0, 1881 9 Gm '
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