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y, hetb, 75c.
- one dol1ar
i i iog fivellne,
Pht, vW n admissa
rlhKVIYA determined to
the fiends of
, KOrhim as a can
)AY. JAN. 30k 89o.
Russell has been down
- ppe, but he still holds
lund'berry, cashier of
*k postoffice, stole $40,
z his crime was discov
k, he cOmmitted suicide.
paugh the veteran show
is home in Philadelphia
of the 22d instant. He
the prevailing epidem.
orate of Tamanny Hall,
Lve subscribed five hun
o the Grady monument
his worth was appreci.
A. Hoyt, of Greenville,
ntioned by some of the
liance men of that coun.
ble candidate for Gover
ultural Department has
'ant for the payment of
. T. Drake, of Marlbor
r the best acre of corn
Sbates for the year 1889.
eveland is the coming
lency in '92. despite the
) Hill ring to pull him
i more popular today
ill continues to do noth
ogeance. The g. o. p.
lot consent to anything
le legislation, and the
O got their blood up,
ained to stand firm for
I change in the West
sion of faith, promises
sion in the Presbyteri
he North. Dr. Schaff,
ical Seminary, of New r
;ed a grcat sensation
es by his advocacy of
railroad wreck oc .~ 2
on road sixtee wilr (
aapolis, Ind- a irr
etln1prop)riate~ .., ast Sun- (
to carry coltspi-ending of the '
train was precipitat- I
.e into a gorge. Six
ad ninteen seriously
Selson, of Abbeville t
24th instant, shot and
her husband because
ing. home a pair of
n that hie ha4 prom.
life bu' only succeed
u frightful wound in
iter, of Richland, is
g letter in answer to
call to the yeomanry
He denies all the
it against him and the
resents, and denounces
'ollege- at length and
jal of wrath on Fori
veek hats been one of
astrous known in the
an travel. Several ships
.-t1y or wholly wrecked,
with valuable cargoes
mndoned at sea and left
nvn to have been lost,
essels are now over due
entertained that they
>wnl with- all on board.
ogalls, of Kansas, made'
mate l'ast wee,k when he
enator Butler's speech in
~egro emigration bill
.r keus the "Grasshopper"
'loses ?1l ,opportunity to
of)4evlie iputations on
ofthe South. We are
oTat fery few jourials of
susta.in him in these vile
The sooner the Congress
4u4 0tates -Is rid of the
] k~~ better off the
Lbe ~ 4 ig.ina.Tgalls &
gt'dto the rear
8io5a thiey will
etapbthisers to meatin
Columbi* on March 27th to nominate
catdidates for all state offioers from
Governor down to the smallest offeo
tlled by the votes of the people. Mr.
Shell goes for the past and present
Management of our affairs of State
in slcdge hammer style. He claims
that we have never had a republican
fol n of government in this State from
Colonial days down to the present
day. Now he calls on the masses to
rise up in their might and right this
great evil. He charges those who
have had the administration of affairs
with being corrupt and overbearing
in all branches of the State govern
ment, and that the ' affairs of the
masses are managed so as to benefit
a favored few. If this be the case
and the charges brought by him can
be substantiated, then this convention
is a good thing and it will be well to
have every one of these charges well
ventilated and if found true let us
have a change for the better. The
call of Mr. Shell says that the nomi
nations of this convention will be
subject to the ratification of the Dem
ocratic State convention. Let the
farmers go ahead and if they can
put up a better ticket than the old
party has dope, let it win, but Mr.
Shell will first have to convince the
people that what he says of the pres
ent officials is correct if ho can, then
his ticket will find plenty of support
ers outside of the order.
The race around the world by
Misses Bly and Bisland, two young
lady journalists of New York, has
created a sensation in the journalistic
iorld. They proposed to make the
rip in less tlian seventy-five days.
tacli of the daring young daughters
>f Eve took opposite directions and
raveled alone, Miss Bly going East
aid Miss Bisland going West. They
lave accomplished the unprecedentedi
eat and have reached New York.
Sliss Bly arrived in New York last
?riday at 4 p. m., making the trip
round the globe in seventy-two days t
md six hours. She travelled 23,000 C
ailes and beat the record by several C
The manager of the negro enimi- t
ration society says that Oklahoma is I
lie future land of promise for the
-olored people and if the Govern
nent will give the negroes that terri t
cry and the Cherokee slip they will t
nake it one of the best States in the
Jnion. There is now 42,900 negroes t
a that territory.
2, had (,memorS
do am dhough President Harrison 1
toes not appoint very many negroes
o office be is very industrious in re
noving those nppointed by President C
At the meeting of the Clemson
!ollege Trustees in Columbia last
'eek, RI. W. Simpson was elected s
president of the board. c
The Cuamberland G1ap.
Tlie friends of the Cumnberland
hap may secure the completion of r
be road to this point by the assis
ance of the G. C. and N. if they will t
.ct now. It would be an advantage- e
ins connection. After Schofield got
>ossession of the 'enterprise there l
lever was the slightest .probability
f getting the road. There was noth
ng in thq Averill scheme as wve tho't
it the time. We always favored
,his line but after Scholield camne in
ve-were confident it was a dead fail
ire. If any sensible man will take
the trouble to read what we said on
the subject at that time he will be
imazed at himself for ever having
mntertained the shadow of a hope
Lhat the road would be built by that
management. But this is a favorable
time to revive the enterprise and pos
iibly our road may extend aid to the
Oumnberland Gap as a feeder.-Abbe
PasAto ThIia on the Wall I.
"Prof P. E. Howland, of Boston, is
anm English cobbler wvho has won at
reputation at the Hub as prophet. lie
claims to have been edlucatedl in the
art of reading comning events by the
leading clairvoyants of Europe He
has been interviewed in regard to the
outlook for the coming year. Somec
of his prophesies regarding public
men are interesting. He says:
"Blaine will die. So) will Goni.Butler
anid S. J. Randall. Ex-President
Hayes has a black mark before his
life. I cannot soy it is death. Cleve
land is all right. So is TI~hunuan
and Rleed and Jay Gould and Hlarri
son and Hill and Depewv. Oladstone
and Queen Victoria will live, but the
Czar willi commit suicide."
The Comuing IiI.tri (Curt.
The regular February term of the
United States D)istrict Court for the
Western District of Routh Carolina
will open in the court room in the
Ferguson building next Monday, the
third day of Febi nary. Revenue offi
cials here say that the term wvill prob
ably be a long one. The number of
cases already made up is unusually
large and' the prospects are that the
Court will have the heaviest docket it
has attacked for years. The cases
are mostly of the usual trivial natur'e,
however,,.and there are ver'y few of
spnoijal imnportance.-Daily News.
1"t BU13i~ ~13ole
46 otniag at 1 O*Clok
takingf6 s otext n, 1.& ,l
we say we have .to sin, we deeive
outseves and the truth is not in us."
We regret that we have not spabe to
give a full synopsis of his learued
and lengthy discouree, which was lis
toned to with close attention during
the hour of its delivery. It was a
timely expo ition of the doctrine that
no man lives who sinneth not, and a
clear and powerful refutation of the
doctrine of sinless perfection as
taught by many of the modern saints
who lay speciel claims to greater at
tammeuts in the divine life than their
brothers in Christ. The fallacy of
the finely spun theory of a second
blessing In the work of sanctification
was clearl - shown by the analysis of
many pa ges of scripture and* the
citation of many biblical characters,
which we have time and again heard
quoted by the disciples of the second
blessing school, as sustaining their
forced and extreme view. We believe
the time has come for all faithful
ministers of the gospel, of every de.
nomination, no longer to hold their
peace in exposing the errors inculcat
ed by these second blessing theorists,
else deception and false docrine will
surely lead many away from the plain
and elementary truths of the bible.
We fear that the great body of the
Methodist ministers has long been
too reticent in clearly defining the
great doctrine of holiness or sanctifi.
cation as taught by this branch of
the Chirstian church, and allowed
certain extreinists and self. constitut
ed evangelists to bring their doctiine
into disrepute by their erroneous de
clarations and professions, which have
been received by niany as Gospel
truth. lany are being driven about
by this new wind of doctrine, whieh
is not profitable to Godliness. On
the first Sunday in -February at 11
k. M. Rev. Mr. Fogartie will continue
is remarks on this theme.--Courier.
The SENTINEL agrees with Gamaliel
tbout these things.
The Press and Banner of Abbe
,illo was boycotted by the Farmers'
illianee of that grand eld county.
rust think of Hugh Wilson being
>oycottvd! Honest, straightforward,
ndependent.,. guileless, old Hughl I
vould as soon enter into a boycott
gainst Ceasar's head with a view of
anking it flat ten out somewhat on
op, as to try to make the editor of
ho Press and Banner recede from a
ourse that lie believed right. One
onsequence of the boycott was that
lany of the Alliance men quit the
)ref and Banner. Another was that
hq-y gave up a )ftpor devoted to the
uildig up of Abbevillo County.
'lie third result was that somio good
dhliance men were tturned out of the
rder because they declared. their in
ention of taking and reading a1-11
hat had been in their fVqCi,y-ikpapeir r
ltlf century. FourthteAidies for f a
ion list is as go yny, the subscrip- p
Le beginn:"- .A5 now as it was in k
>of last year. In the 8
ja jumee,.it is very probable that
Uany persons5 who enitered into the'
oycott will read the last issue of the ~
'ress and Banner on the sly.
An editor is not infallible. He
msy say u4nwise things now and then;
r he may speaIk wise wvords at the
-rong time and be censuredl for his
ourse. So long a he is indepen
ent, honest, fair and courteous, boy
ots will not hurt him much. No
rue,earnest friend to his count ry ever
uffers long for opinion's sake.--Car
A Few MYen Run the Hlouse.
Thus it appeared that of the 330
nembers of the house not more than
couple of dozen, or at the- outside
wo score, have anything more than
local or stato reputation. As ai
natter of fact, the business of the I
iouse is in tihe hands of a half dozen'
non, and when my friend asked me
~o point out to him the men who dur
ng the next two years wvill control,
r largely control, the lawmaking of
that body, I showed him Reeod ia tihe
shair, alert and self complacent;
M1cKinley on the floor, pale and re
served; Bayne, of Pittsburg, bearded
and strong willed; Cannon, of Illinois
studiously reanding the revised stat
utes and chewing the end of a Wis
consin cigar; Cab)ot Lodge, young,
stron11g, clean l imbed, athletic literary,
pacing to and fro rear of the seats
like a lion in a cage, enger to be off
to) tihe jungle; Burrowvs, smiling and
affable, andi with his shoes-the shoes
which it is a matter of principle wvith
him never to blacken-stuck in his
favorite attitude upon tihe top of his
desk, andl one-leggedl Henderson, of
Iowa, hard at work, as usual, witli
pen in hand andl a formidable arrany
of law~ books beside him.-Washing
TIhe generally prosperous times
prlevaIiilng thiroughouit the coun try
make it a particularly auspicious sea
son for the issuing of that great work,
the "Memor-ial Volume of Hon. Jeof
ferso n Davis; or, TheWorld's Tribute
to His Memory," by Dr. J. Wmn.
Jones (the fIghting chaplain), which
wvill h)e pulblisheCd by B. F. Johnson &
Co., Richmond, Va. The parties in
toeetedl are especially fortunate in
having such a favorable opportunity
to p)lace this book on the market,
and if you, want to make a few hun
dred or a few thiouisand dollars very
rapidly, this book will afford yon
means for doing so. Apply to the
publishers at once.
A MIstakrn oft One Yenr.
The Adventists, who selected the
wvhich the angel Gabriel would blow
trumpet, and were disappointed, now
find that they made an erior of one'
year in their calculations, and that
1the 7th of October next will be the
eventful da.y.-Atlanta Journal,.
baa 0one a granw. worS n -1
together n, PrM t and
form the record- of thegreAt tel
work which went on among the sol.
diery:, Brr family tbroughout thq
&oUtbland. 1oullx,"sse L oPY. It
gi'e' the list pussbe guarantee, if
any were needed, that the work of
the same author, on the "Memorial
Volune,of Jefferson Davis; or, The
Wotla's. -Tribute..to His Memory,"
will leave nothing to be desired.' It
is said that he is progressing rapidly
with this work, and will soon have at
ready for the rew Having the co
operation of MrsL.,Dvis,. and aeoe
to abundant material of the most in.
tense interest, the volume 'is sure to
be one that will be eagei.ly sought
after. It will be brought out in
handsome and durable form, and at
a price to bring it withis thereach
of even the poqrest; while thee will
be an expensive editiot: for those who
will desire this great work in the test
dress that can be put upon it. It
will be sold oply by subscriptign, and
thus every family i4 . have an oppor
tunity to procure the* work right at
their own home. Any one desiring
further particulars, and agencies for
the book, should write at once to the
publisher; Messrs. VB. tP. Johnson &
Co., 1009 Mai'n ti-et, Richmond,
A ifontana womans.
A dastardly tramp, knowing that
she was entirely unprotected, entered
the home of a frail, -meek-eyed little
woman in Montaba and said savagely:
"Now, madame, you want to jist fl
round and get me up a square meal
'an a mighty good one, tool Don't
let no grass grow under your feet
while you're 'bout it, neither, or I'll
-. -" Half an hour later the frail
meekeyed little xoman called a passer
by and said calmly: "I've got a fel
low laying on my kitchen floor tied
up with a clothesline and gagged with
a towel, and I'd like you to help me
dump:him into my wagon, so I can
take him to town. I've an idea a cou.
Owe of his ribs is broke and his head
needs sewing up in three or four
places, and his shoulder 'pears to be
:ut of jint. He got kinder sassy and
[ bad to let him know who was boss,
rer know."-Drake's Magazine.
A fact that is not generally known
a that the first of May and Chritmas
Olways come on the same day of the
veek, a-.d to this rule leap year does
lot even furnish the usual exception
hat is required to. make the rule
The Indianapolis World says the
iegro needs less pplitics and more
musmess, more dduction and less talk,
.ore real substance and less gush.
"Let observation with: extended view,.
arve.-Uaod' thiu fror China to Pe
Miitt C *t of
I" and he will. nUot find anythi.fo
atch astonishing nmerrit in killing all tO.
ains that flesh is.- heir to, as he wil
now is in Salvation Oil, when he has
iven it a fair trial.
Subscribe for tiio SENTLINEL, only
1.50 per year.
i TATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINA.
In Court of Common Pleas.
V. M. Hagood, Administrator,
V. 13. Allgood. Foreclosure.
By virtue of aathority vested in ine
n. this case, I will sell to the highpt
nader on .
Sale Day in February,
it the usual place for sales, the follow
ng real real estate: Seventeen (17) acres
>f first-class bottom land on Wolf ereek,
icing thie northwest corner of the Guer
n tract; also one0 splendid tract of up
and lying on the south side of the road
Leading from Pickens to W. B. Allgood's
ibout i,wo miles from town, containing
thirty-three (33) acres. Titles guaran
Terms: Half cash, balance wvith in
torest in ten months, secured by a moert
gage, wvithi leave at any time to antici
pate payment. W. M. HAGOOD,
Jan. 21, 1890. Administrator.
JEFF RSON -:- DAVIS!
"'The Memnorial Volume" nowv being
preparedl by R1ev. J1. Wmn. Jones, with the
approv'al of Mirs. Davis, wvill be authen
tie, charmingly written, beautifully illuis
tr.,ted and bound-n every way worthy
of the subject. Agents watetd. Corn.
ple'te outfit, $1. 8atisfuetion guiaranteed
or money refunded. Order now. First
come, first served. Addlress
B. F. JOHNSON & CO.,
feb21 1009 Main St., Richmond, Va.
2 he exreises. of tlaa school weill begin en
Monday,, February 3d wcitha Prof. J. L. Dar
gan as P'rincej>al. Competent and experienced
assist ints wvill be employed. The advantages
offered by thids school for thec education of boys
and girls are tusurpassed' and ternms are very
Se/hool building commodieous and well adapt
ed for school purpose.
TERNS PER TERM OF 1'WENTY
Primary Depa rtment:--Spelling,
reading, elementary arithmetic, ge
o.graphy, history, 4-'c., with English
(1rammer. .. . ..... . ... . .... ...$6 2.
reading, eleentary arithmetic, ge
ograpvhy, history, 45c.., with Eng
'lish griammer.................... 76
iligher .Deparmn:-Thigher gram
m:er, compouition, rhetoric, higher
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The absove branches with Latin,
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Music.... .... .......... ........5 0(
8tuidenits w~ili get credit for their shart
of the public school fund. Special ratel
of tuition can be made by applying to the
J. Y. STEWART,
Janrfl ChAairman Doard Tvustuee
I fh.,nd ftb, at Cental.
Q Wednesday and Thursday, Jan.
U%16th and 16th, at Liberty.
Priday and Saturday, January
27th and 18tb,'at Easley.
Onl Tuewdy, January 21st, at
On Wednesday, January 22d, at
On Thursday, January 23d, at
Qn Friday, January 24th, at Pump.
Oi Tuesday, January 28th, at
On Wednesday, January 29th, at
On Thursday; January 80th, at
Mile Creek School House.
On Friday, January 81st, at Six
Mile. School Iouse.
-At the Auditor's Office in Pickens
C. IL, on all other dayp from January
Ist 1890 to February 20th inclusive.
This is the year for returning Real
Estate. Taxpayers are requested to
make full lReturns of all Real Estate
owned on the first day of January
1890 and notices'of any Transfers.
J. B. CLYDE,
Auditor of Pickens County.
S TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
W. M. Hagood, et al, Administrators,
Harriet Bowie et al, Defendants.
In pursuance of an order of fore
closure made in the above stated case
by the Hon. J. J. Norton, Presiding
Judge, Eighth Circuit, on the 1st of
January, 1890, I will sell to the high
est bidder on
Sale Day in February
next, during the legal hours for sale,
at Pickens C. H., before the court
house door, the following real estate
All that- certain piece, parcel or
tract of land situate in the county
and State aforesaid, on both sides of
Big Eastatoe creek, and known as
tract No. 3, of the home place of the
late Isaac Anderson, deceased, con
taining fifteen hundred and sixty
(156) acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of A. Stewart, J. E. Hagood
. Terms: One-half cash, the balance
in one year secured by bond of pur
chaser and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers and for
recording the same.
J. M. STEWART,
Tan. 9th. 1890. Clerk of Court.
NTake no aou"s
CAUTION N. L. ouglas'n
CAUTIO icc are ntamiped on the
bottom. If the deaier cannot a med o t
Bend direct to factory. encloailsaaTlerdi ,
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMEN.
Fin Caf ate'rro Laced Grain and Creed.
1.eo i te wl. Exaiin okhs.
g.3 & O2 SHOEDE..
A1."75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
FOR SALE BY
W. T. McFALL,
SPICKENS C. H.. 8. C.
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
II hereby give notice that I will ap
ply to J. B. Newberry, Judge of Probate
for Pkcns county, S. C., on the 8d (day1
February, 1800, for leave to make final]
settlement of the estate of Green Mansci
(colored), dcceas.ed, and ask to be' dismiss.
ed as adlministrator.
GIDEON M. LYNCH,
jan9w4 ____ Administrator.
Money to Loan.
On improved farm lands, in sums of
$300 and upwards. Loans rep)ayal'e in
small annual paymennts through a period
of six ycars, thuts enablbng the borrower
to paty off his indecbtedn!ess w ithout ex
hausting his crop in atny one year.
Apply to J.IE. BOGGS, Attorney,
oct24mn6 Pickens, S. C.
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laytarrott, Matubeth Murphee, Louisf
GiIstrap; the beos at law of Danie
Alexander, deceaseA. who was a son of
Micajs Alexander, senmto, deceamed
viz: vid Alexander, Jacob Alexander,
Jonlan Alexander, Eliad F. Alexander
Nancy J. Madden, the lIelr-at-liw o
Micajah Alexander, deceased, who waq a
a son of Daniel Alexander, whose namell
and number are unknown, Danliel A.
Watson, James Watson, Elizabeth N.
Watson, [)aniel Perritt. Elizabeth A.
Perritt, Lavina J. Perritt; the heirs at.
law of James Alexander, deceased
whose names and number are unknown
and the heirs-at-law of I-sac Alexan
der, deceAsed, whose names and num.
ber are unknown' the heirs-at-law of
Mary Cantrell, deceased, who was a
daughter of MicaJah Alexamler, senior,
deceased, viz: John Oiantrell, Louisa
Stephens, Staten Cantrell, a son of Wil
11,am Cantrell, deceald, Polly Ann
Cantrell, Maxwell Cantrell, John Cqan
trell, Lizzie' Cantr'%1l. Adline Cantrell
Moses Cantrell, - Fricks, and others'
whose naines and number are ui.,,iowl;
the heirs at-law of Anna Roberts, de
ceased, who was a daughter of Micajah
Alexander, senior, deceasced, viz: Lanl
drum Roberts, Elizabeth West, David
Roberts, the heirs-at-law of Louisa
Roberts, deceased, whoso names and
number are unknown; the heirs-at-law
of David Alexander, deceased, who
was a son of Mlicajah Alexander. senior,
deceased, viz: Anna McAdams Catha
rine Alexander, Louisa Alexander, Lewis
Alexander; the heirs-at law of Micajah
Alexander, deceivoedc, who was a son
of David Alexander, deceased, whose
names and number are unknown; the
heirs-at-law of John Alexander, deceas
ed, who was a son of Micajiah Arexan
der, senior, deceased, viz: Sarah Elen
burg, Adaline Galloway, Brunutte Gal
loway. Letty Collins, Eiabeti YBry.
ant, Drucil a O'Bryant, Malissir Chi,
man, blerritt Alcxunder, Burt Alexan
der, and others whose narnes and num
ber are unknown; the heivs-at-taw of
Melvina Roberts, deceased, who was a
daughter of Micajah Alexander, senior,
deceased, viz: Mill Ann Flal, Mar
Dill. Nancy Jr.ne Loberts, Francis .37
Roberts, Malissa. Pitman, Elizabetl
Turner, the hirs at law of Louisa
Rhodes, deceased, via: V,. P. liThodes,
her husband, ind the follow ing chldiren,
viz: Perry U hodes, Fwmia Ihodes. El
lis Rhodes, J. I. Rr<des A.tiiew
Rhodes. John Rhodes and ,Jasper RhoK v;
the heirs-at-law of El4m Alexander.
deceased, who was a ,n of -3ica'a&
Alexander, senior, deceased, viz: Iut
nam Alexander, Frankln A'eander,
James Alexander, Elizabelh Vickery
Milly A. 8tewart, Crosby Reese, Ada
line Lints, Mid'. Kennemore, Louisa
llarrott; tire heirs -at-law of Jasper Alex
ander, deceased, viz. ,lohn Alexander,
-, nee A.lexan-icr, and others
whose nanies and number arc.unknown;
the heirs-at-li.v of Jefferson Alexander,
deceased, viz. James Alexaider, and
others, whos - mnnks and 'uminber are
unknown; 1'm. W. Vest, Jervmiah L.
R,oberts, Rit-iel J. Roberts, Joser-I- U%
Parrott, and all other person or person,
claiing any '.iterest in the persoNt
estate of M.ieajah Alexander, senie
Summons for Relief, (Complaint filed
. the lCfendant.s above nS.nti:
You are hereby iuiimondi, and required
D answer the complaint in this action,
vlich. was filed in the office of the Clerk
f Court of Comnmon Pkas for the said
ounty and State. on the 31st December,
I89 tnd to ser're a copV of your MSwer
o the said cem plaint oi the subscrihers
t their othee at Piekens C. 11, . C.,
V1t1hi tw!nty days after tI.- service r ..
f, helusive%of the dayv of such service,
ud if you f!.il to answer tihe complaint
4.thin the timre 'a foresaid, the plainiftiff in
his action will apply to the court for the
clief demr.uded in the complaint.
And each of youn are. hpret,.y notified
hat the object of this actrin isthe ser
lenment of the personal estate of Micajah
klexander, senior, deceased, and that no
'erso,nal claim is mnade against anmy of you,
oud that the payment ot' any costs out of
he funds of the estate, for any answer or
>ther defense made hy any of you will he
-esht,ted bay the plaintiff.
Dnted December :31st, 1889.
J1. M- BTEWVART, C. C. P.
IN8EL, kIoLL1NoswnTH & MoAN.
P-o the minor defendants above named, to
wit. Perry RThodes, F"annme Rhodes, Ellis
Rhodes and to all the other defendanmts
who may be minors, whose nanmes and
location are unknown to the plaintiff.
You are hereby notified that 'you have
tn interest in the estate of Micajah Alex
Luder, senior, deceased, and that thre set
Clement of said estate is the object of
this act ion, and that you are reqiues-ted anid
summoned to roceure for yourselves the
appointment cf a guardian, ad litem, to
represent each of your sevemi interests in
sam4 action, and Itat unless . you procure
t'or yourselves the applointment of such
;uardlian ad litenm, the p)laint.iff will aipply
o the Court for the appointnment of sumec
mitable p)erson to act as guardhin ad litemn
o rep)resent y'our respective iLck"e"
[aercin, at the e:xpiraition of twenty days
ifter the service of this nlotic'e upon you.
December S1st 1889.
Notice to DPetors and Credi
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLFA,
K)County of Pickens.
In Commor. P'1eas
William T. Burgess et a!, p1.i'jtiffs.,
Margafet Trotter, et al., derendnts.
In pursuance of Wd 'ordor issued by
the Hon. T. B. Fro er, Presiding Judge,
20th of Novoeml' r,. 1889, all creditors
of Simeon E. Vn-gss d eceased, are ras
quirod to pro their claima before the
said Clerk wGhin sixty days from the
date of thir, notice, or be barrna-' of any
rights im Un funds of the estate of said
Sime',n .E. Blurgeas, deceased.
J. M. S3TEWARLT,
Jec. 21st, 1889. Clerk of Court.
. he Original Wine.
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ville. SOL FAA8, Trafie Mana er
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Wilnington,N.C., Jan 18tlh, '90.
Faist Line between Oharleston and C
Itumla and uipper Bouth Carolinaa
Western North Carolina.
Going West. GoiDq Eaa
No. 52- No. 88.
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lunmbia, 8. C. T1. M. EMERISON,
Gen. IPass. Agent
-T WVALTERsB, Gen'J Manager.
THIE STJATrE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
To Leutitia Moore. Catherine Stewart, J.
'1. Boggs, George Rogs. and James A&.
Please take notice that I will apply td
.J. 11. Newbery, Juadge of Probate, for the
County andl tate a'foresaidl, on the 19th,
(lay of February 1890. for leave to mnake
a fn9$ settlement, and a)btalin letters dis
missory in the estate of Caitherine Temn
pleton, dleceasedl. as the executor thereof,
NEWTON & IIOlINsoN, Attorrcys,
for D.. Tmpletnexceutor ,
.: J. 11.NE ER,JP.,o