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B- F. 3AbLEY, Editor.
I1O1EN 8. IL,.8 c.:
Thurdsav. May 16. 1878.
'In AdAdjtion tv the confession al
rbad made by McLin and Denniis as
to'the'6t6okedneAs In - th election -re
turns in Florida, by which the olec,
-A0ral VOta ct that State was given to
.3r, Hayes through fraud, it is an
nouncod that, little Tim Hurley hias
concluded to "confess" atout the eloc,
tion in Sounth Carolina, and toll how
the cloctoral vote of this State was pto
Jon for Mr. Hayes. It now seemfs to
be the order of the day 'tor the con
science stricken to confess all over the
country. We have never believed
that Mr. Hayes was olectcd, but have
been disposed to.let the question rest
until these parties, who perpetrated
the frauds have confessoi. We now
think it the imperative duty of Con.
gresm to investigato the whole matter
to the bottom, and let the country
know by w-hat. method the Presidency
%wfs stoleno from the Democraoy. But if
possible they should go a step further
and install in offico the President law
Itully elected by the people. 'ho pe'.
potuation of lepublican itSitutions
demands this 'rogrdless of bar
gains and understandings heretoforo
made. We are sorry to see that
some of our Dem.ocratic papers are
opposed to an investigation, and'pre.
ier 111tyes as to Tildon. Wo think
they aromaking a fatal nitstake. The
change alone in Federal offieial, con
sequent upon the seating of TildC,
would doubly repay the country flor
*the trouble and expense of ousting
Hayes. 'Let the investigation be
Since wiriting'the above, we see that
thp Democrats in Congress have, af,
der full conference, agreed to investi
gate the frauds perpetrated in Florida
and Louisiana, by which Hayes se
.Cured the Presidency. It is said that
they intend to make the investigationi
only to showv up the frauds conclu
sively, and furnish Demo6cratic cam
puign thunder foir the next Presiden
tial election. If this is all they intend
to make the investigation for, they
had as weoll let it alone. The ccuntry'
is already satisfied on that 'point,
and 1)ow since tbe parties who conm
mitted the frauds havo.confessed so
that there ib no doubt about it, we
lbhink Congress should takce such
stops as will install the inan elected
by the people in the offiee stolen from
Man Voorbecs in his speech in the
UV:4td States Senate on thp questir:
of a cpealing the resu mption act, said
~a good deal about the . bondholders.
showing how they had robbed the
country by their device's and oppres,
sod the laboring and non bondholding
claus of the country. This is true, but
~because he bald the manliness to
stand up and say so, the Charleston
News and Courier, who champions
the cause of the bondholdes on all oc
casions, demands that he be kicked
out of the Democratio pat ty, and
classoa him with the communist. W o
presume Mr. Voorheos before stepping
4own and out, will consult the Demo..
cracy of Indiana about it.
Gold, silver and G.reenbacks are pil
on a pair now. This resul~t is quite
differen t from what,was p)redicted 'hy
the bond holders and their allies. The
country for the first time sinco the
war is beginning to look up ftnanci,.
'ally, the result of tho wise financial
.pcAicy of the present Congress, in
:eremotizing silver, the reby breaking
hb/back bone of the bondholders who
Nhave so effectually controlled the po.
~icy of the country since the war, and
oppressed and robbed the laboring
class of the country.
* * ~The State Execa Lve. Committee is
composed of good men, but in politics
tilont as Impractible .as any set of
vnen that could have been selected in
the'State. The convention of the
party in this County didn't tako any
stock in their seconmmendations. We
propose to hoe our own row so far as
our Gounnty matters are concerned.
41peights' Daily Ne wspaper hebeen
s epmoved to8Spartanbdlrg, the citizens
oha* plaQo having complied with
rtinpropoitions made to them by
ZoI. e1gh(.ts. No ongratuiate Spar,.
%anbu%rgon 'seouring such an able anti
sprightl Jdurnal, and w#ish Speights
beida Qgaa#4 in) his pew dold of
- -.. -
ISO- P"rt A.
The a pa giveb byUisa Diokf
i0son1 school 'a this place on Batur%
day, 4th instant, 'wu1uie a e
e side$ho pare, of t e 11.
,ron; lere w60- a nluuber 3tt
visitorA, and - the- sobool room - And
ground8 wep e%dvd.., g
dinner was spread in the grove near
the school houso, and all were-boint1;
fully feasted. Thier, 39 eM4ral
baskets of the fragmehtsteft. The
with fowlrs and evergieens, and after
dinner danqing commonoed, and ts
kopt np until about 6 o'clock in MA:
eyenling..,Tbe viildren were.,11 noa4y
dreosed, and undiv the inspiration o
the splendio jnusio furnished by tie
Moers. Saxons, were qharmiingly4
sweet in dancing. Owing 'to the
neeting of the County CQnvont,ion,
wO did nnt have the pleasurer of at-.
Lending the party but a few moments
late in tio afternoon, but from'parties
who were present the entire day, we
learn Lhat the affair was conducted
with the utmost propriety, and every
feature of it successfully - carried out.
We congratulate Miss Dickinson and
her school on the complete success of
their first May party.
The Bank of Commerce' of RichL
mend, Va., and. the Richmond and
Danville Rilroad Company,. have
obtained- judg men t agsai nst Pickens
County, aggregating $4,462.16, for in.
terest on Railroad bonds. Manda
muses compelling the levy and col-.
leution of a tax to pay off the Judi,
ments were issued. As the time for
apening the b.oks flor the collection
Af the State "d Coun,ty,taxes has
passed, we do not know whether or
rIot the collection of this tax 'Can be
1nforced at this time.
The Court of' Claims, before whom
t.he bond question is to be tried, has ~
met, organized, and adjourned over .)
unL.il Tuesday after the second Mon,. e
day in July. This action was taken ~
because parties were not ready with I
cases to be heard. An effort i-s being
made in the Supreme Court to test1
tbo constitutionahty of' the Ce.urt of
*John Morisy, ex,prize fighter,
ex-Cong~rtssman, a noted gambler
and politician, and at the time of his
death a member' of the New York
Senate, died at Saratoga on the lst
inst. The only redeeming feature in
his career is that he was, it is said,
strictly honest in all the positions of
public trust, held by him.*
DacusvilIle Demoeratio Club reor
ganized on Saturday, the 27th ultlimo
with .a memnbership of IM. . The fol.
IAwlig,ofiiers were peteit:.
President, W. W. F'. Bright; 1st
vice-President, J. B. Sutherlanri; 2d
v'ice-Pres.igent, Dr. W. T. .Field; So.
eretary, B. F. Morgan; Treasurer, G.
F. Robinson; Executive Committee, J.
Watson, WV. N. Hughes, J. Hant, T.
P. Looper, R. Williams, Henryr Mc
Daniel, G. WV. Bowen, .Jos. Looper,
Jr., and Wim. Major.
FATAL ACIDENT.--We regret to
chronicle<a sad and iata~l accident
which occurred at the saw mill of Mr
L. Reid W atson, ons last Monday
evening about suniset, resulting in the
death of Mr. William Alexander, who
had been employed only the morning
before to assist in running the mill
Mr. Alexander was bearing off plank
from the sa-w, when one accidently
struck it, which threve him in front
of it, and before he was able to recov
er and reacne himself, had one of his
legs cut off with the exception *of a
small pieco of flesh, and the other
badly brok~en. }Medical aid was Im
mediately summoned, and every pos,
sible effort was made to save the un
'ort.unate'man's life, but all to no pur,
pose, as be died that night about 1
>'clock, alter the most intense auffer,
ng. Mr. A. hailed from Greenville,
yut hiP parents reside, in Piekensj
3cunty. He was about twenty,ive
'ears of age. His remaine were in
1erred in Concord graveyard on Tues
lay af ternoon.---Anderson tIn Lelligen,
Tez PEa8EoUTIoNs AT ANi END.--Ex-|I
Judge Samuel W. Melton received a
iispatoh from Was~hington yesterday
afternoon, which conveyed the grati,
Eying intelligence that the prisoners|4
confined in the. Albany penitentiary,
sharged with Ku-KIux outrages had
been prdoned by the Iresdent.--Co-e
'Who estodaas of the low eengtr pe
pie .to the m attias pe
* ." .' '-'
fi#!at lessings tilbala .
an are a good a
g sound an ova d
p I Orah and a p rous d
. ure, or so t r
1the lir4;,li rty,anid propertyof t,e
t izer,and iari thinPia 10s
obGY the ldvi of tbi and
ntye tiLchersh ani
Sut'a) re fbr 6eith nvery
iatter of pdbfc intere h nt
Wvl8es 46th' allt ded'
JbAantal cokni6rts of li1V, ind iffoid
1hem yeai- by year a eurph to add to
thoir acotnuiutted wealthAv%purpose
of education, on terprise, and;iifprovdm
To secure these great blessings in
the fillest degree, and to-'assl6t in
bringing about those ednijtTonsrider
which alone a people c4d fully app
ciate nAd propei4y:enjoy them, shoud
be the ardent diatWhd eal nest aim
of every godciditk:" It'is a work,
in wkich the stateasp, V"rigt, and
pbilanthropist, may enlistafl tpIir eFv
orgies and engage all 'their abilitie.
The educator of tbe '6ath * Of e
tat', tie Gisstan mi'ni,or,' the' ub-;
lic journaieo alldi every grade and
cupitibn' In liff inay 6ere find fidld
Mwi1h'may VabSO aorl The 1o el
are of the State', and the, promotion of;
ier best and highest -interests.
But the people 'of South Carolina
iced not be reminded at this time of
be inestimable value of these great
ilessings, or of' the high approiation
vhich should be placed upon them.
laying experienced for. a number. of
ears all the Qvils and miseries of' bad
~overnment, the corruption and decay
if public morals, and~-the consequent
>rostration om all their material inter,~
~sts and prQsperit.y, their recent de
ivernance and partial restoi-ationi to
bhe enjoymeont of these grat blessings,
put them in a very peculiat manter in,
a condition to" appreciate them most.
Fully and to prize thenm most *highly.
How to Jgroserve-so mt#eh- of' -god.
government as we have. regained. hi'
our State, and how' t4< secure 'in . the
fullest measure and perpeLuate this
inestimable boon to our people, a. well
as how to promote a botter, *gundeor,
and more elevated public morality,
anid how to build up .antd .advaence in
the best and mnqat rapid manner the
agricultural and oher ndtiain
terests of our te,'are no wd utrions
and matters 'o faramnoun t 'pottmlces
which shaoull 'srb~ the ateto i
enlisV te' energies 6e ry class a;
edndition of aur pooj. 1.
. 'They are thedhit?s'hsofd and t1/e
statesman 's aim. Let then. be 'tlt
slogan and watchword ofthe Demo
cbt,iO party in the approaching cam
paign. ' .*. s. .
Let us inscr~ibe upoa our banners an
letters of living ligt,t-gqod govern
ment for all, none but hoppetmena in
officm, and enligbstened ad ,progress.
ive depnocracy--old fogies .and se
heads to the rear, men yith ieeel
heads and lberaf views to the front
ana victory will again 'be'ours, 'as sig
nuil and grand as it will be ghlnrious
and rich in fruits of last,ing good to
our State. 'PrEDMONT.
The wheat crop is loolling line, tIhe
prospect i,that "cake will be plenty,
Peoplo are done plaanting, and kilng
,otton is beginning td slios'jno
sm ars. :
The health of' ot6a tominanity is
still' improvidfur. '
Burrah for EampibA! "m. Rot#n
son' bas worked the'rotds to'his mills
"t last. The whole* commuvafty 'will
join me in saying, "well do'ne? &elph!
We were at Pickens? lass a8atuirde*
week, had tho honor ofibeing adj
rate t9 the Conveston. (Glad. to see
hat our' people are alive -s to their
luty. Uad the honpr of an Intro.
luction to "Piedmont," Glad to know
uim. Long may he five a. prosperous.
as thue Piedmont regions of 8. C.
If there ia a general Baopean war,
aottonu will not be wort,h more than
hree cents a pond,. while corn and
aoon will be worth two or three
.Imhes the present priose.
*Wheat along tpe. Ha ne 9f Geen
May-Day in Easley.
otning of the let, muoh to
Sdelight ot an eager, ezpectant
ty, da*ned moot auspiciously ~At
ear Nuir tioe pupi of 'Mies .
.'s = eewfiGled-f - the Acade
epbera thy . formed in procession,
bur A arbad 1toUTac pie, in )he .u.
burbs of the town selected for the -o.
_Cision, and quite a ronvantio spot it
was-ithJt tibastdl shbee -trees
add raunding ' trea'm. AlW entered at
A fnto -the various amusements
pland for their enjoyment; showing
by , ekr zeal, tha&t they wgre deter..
ppinyt t.A-ake.the moot of the diy
uuing tshs morning there was quite
.igJ9o!gr. the arri'tl of Mr'. A.
. pnd sister from the "City," after
*ltc%t* celays were c6ntinued with
iss M., C.,' the youngest of the
i'm'r, a beautiful little girl of five
shimmers, was crowned "Queen of
Loie and B6auty," by Lord E. R,
the sole representative of the "Hill of
Science" in the west end of Easley.
Tbe ceremony was conducted in state,
all.=anifesting the greatest interest:
and enjQyment.- AbQuL:12 or 1 o'clock,
_J1e, -various bqskets wei e collected
p,d from them was spread, in real
pienie style, a most delightful repast,
.to which, it is needlese to say, all did
jpetice. Spending the evening, as
thep qiorning, in strolling, dancing and
si,ning, the party at 4 e'elock were
re-4sembled and formed in line of
March for home; all pronouneing it a
diy long to be remembered.
: Ma. EMOro--For the information of
the.vitiens of our County, I her'cvith
give the rates of taxation for the fiscal
year endiig October 31st, 1877, to
State Tax.............. 4j mills
County Tax.............. 3 mills
School Tax............... 2 mills
The Sup)ly Bill, approved march 22,
1878, does not provide for pas i,
debtedness--the 8 mills are for enar,
rent expences. The firs~t i nstallmenuit
(one hahl) is due in May, the Second
iii October. The taxpayer' has the
optioh of' naying the whole now, or
or nonue1.lli October by paying 5 per'
cetit. i fir-t. installment. The time
iKso far hdvanced outr new Treasurer
will-hardly get ready for the first in,
stallment. As yet there has beeni no
levy made for interest on Railroad
Section- 4 of A. A , 1878, March
224, provides: "That the Treasurer of
Picens County be, and he is hereby,
authorized to issue receipts to nuiy tax
pagg,.desiring to pay State and Coumn
n 9gds of Pickens Couuty, known
as-Air Line~ 1ailroadr bonds, when thy
'4paiyer desires such receipt." Th~lis
pi'ovision gives the taxpayer some
chanee to see how the Railroad case
will be decided. Respectfully.
JUHN 0. DAVre,
Auditor P. C.
Mr. Lee Fisher, the gentleman who
i~s A1hot in the last "Redmond Rai'a"
requests us to say that his wound is
irery .light,isand that the bull which
struck his horse on the shoulder hard
ly penetrated 'the hide--the wour d
wis so slight it did not in the least
lame the animal. No otber person in
tbe party was hit, but a ball p)assed
,near the head of Bill Dur'ham, one of
the reve nue force. Mr. Fisher is one
of the party who had given bond und"
der.etudge Mackey's guaranty, but was
subsequenaty arrebted by the revenue
anthoritdeg und carried to WalI)hlla
4nd lodgedinsjail at that place. lie
-says that.,when wounded he was un~
der arrest, or rathier had beeni bau!ed
under the expressed conditions the t
he wonld go' ith the Reven ue force
in search of Redomond. Thlese condi.
Lions, he says, were put in the bond,
and under no other could he scegre
'his liberty. This is. rather a novel
way -of -tkking bonds..
Saturdaty before last a dog fell in
the street with a fit, and as soo:n as he
had sufileiently recovered made for
the crowd standing under the Court
Ufous ste pe. The cry of mad dog
Wastraised aQd he was soon dispatch-.
ed4g Mr. J. P. Looper and Mr'. E. F.
Allgqod, with pistols, and Mr. J. Ua..
on with a heavy stick. Thetre was no
chance in that crowd for a mad dog
We noticed a wagon going through
town the other day with a poor limp
ing, jaded cur tiedl by a ru~pe to the
hind axle tree. The poor brute was so
lame and tired that he almost. dragged
by the neck. The dog anid his Oa' ter
would have been much butt.er off if he
had been accused of haiving the rabies
and had an ounce of lead sent through
his brain. It is strango to us how
some jbeople will cling on to an old
worn out,'no-.oonnit dog, when ho is
of no service on earth to them.
y e go).wsaherhasgivel; the
br. J. C. Thuml;;n loot a vory di'e
thi cow lAst wOk.
EET IN h
An' '*xcellebt Me4eine.
SPRINGIyLD, 0, Feb. 28, 1877.
This is $0 cerify tinit I have used Vegertine,
imanutactured by H. R. Stevens. Doslon,
Mass., for R1eumatism and General Plros.
tration of the Nervous Symem, with good
succems. I reemmend Vegetine as an ex..
tellent medicine for such com n 1uts. Yours
very truly. C. W. VANDRURIFT.
Mr. Vandegrift, of the firm ot Vande grift
& luffmen. is a well known business mal 'In
this place, havingiog one of the laigest stores
in Springfield, 0.
Our Minister's Wife.
ago LotsvIU,ji, Ky., February 16.1877.
Mr. H, R.S8TENs-Dear Sir: Th-ree. yeire
ago I was suffering terribly with -ldflamma-.
tory Rheumatism. Our niiter's wife Ad,
.vised me. to t4ko Vegetiue. Ater takipg one
bottle, I was entirely relieved, Tis yit,.
feeling a return ebe disease, I agai coul,.
uenced taking it, and am being bppefted
greatly. It also greatly uproves my diges,
Mrs. B. A. BAL.AD.
1011 West Jefferson street,
Safe and Sutre6
Ma. U, R. STvUENs-In 1872 your Vege
tine was recommended to me; and, yieldigq
to the persuasions of a friend, I consented to
Iry it. At the 'time I waso snifering from
general debility and nervous prostration,
.saperinddcid by oterwork ndr'regttlar
habits. Its wonderfu' strengthenin'g and
curative properties seemed to affect, my de
bilitate-I 'system from the fit dose;- and un
der its peraistent. use I rapidly reeovered,
gaining more than usual health apd, good
feeling. Since then I havei riot fiesitated to
give Vegeline my most anqluaBfied indo.rsv
went as being a safe, sure, arra po rful
agent in promoting health and restorinl the
wasted system to new life and energy, Ve
getinc a thle only medicione I uso, and rs
long as I live I never expect to find a bet ter.
Yours truly, W. i. CLARK.
120 Monterey street, Alleg.iany, Pens.
t; following Icett.r nrm e.O W.
Mansfield, formerly pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, Hyde Park, and at pres
ent settled in Lowell, must. convince every
one who reads his letter of the wondertul,eu.
rative qualities ef Vegetine as a thorough
cleanser and purifier Of tfhe blood.
HIYDE PARK, Mass., February 15, 1876
H1. it. &ST#vUNs-DPar Sir: 'About ten years
a0o my heahlt failed through the depleting
effects of dyspepsia; nearly a year later I was
attacked by typhoid fe.ver .in its worst form.
it. settled in my hack, and took the torm of a
large deep seated abscess, which was fifteen
months in gathbering. I had two surgical
operations by the best skill in thle State, but
received na p)ermanetnt cure. I sutrered great
pain at times, anrd was cons5tantIly weakened
by a profuse dlischtarge. I also lost small
piec.es of' bone at differer.t times.
Mat ters ian on thus about. seven years, till
May, 18741, when a friend recomm ended me to
go to youtr otlice, aind tn.lk withI you of. thle
virtue of Vegetine. I did so, and by your
kitndnies passed through your man&ufactory,
not iirg lie iugredients,. ., by which -your
remiedy is produced.
lEy whlat I saw sand heard -1 gained some
cointideunce ini Vegetine.
I coini-ened takang it soon after, but felt
worse from its ..ffects; still I p"rsevered, and
soon felt it was beunefitting sne in other re.
spects. Yet I did not see the results I desired
till 1 had taken it faithfully for a lttle more
han a year. when the ditliculty in the baick
was cured; and for jine months I have en
joyed the best of hiesh.t1.
1 have in .that time gained twenty-five
pounds of flesh, being hieavier thlatn ever
before in my life., and I was never more able
to perfortm labor tharn now.
During the past few weeks I had a scro:u
Ions swelling as large as my fist gather on
another part of my body.
I took Vegetine faithfully. .and it removed
It level with the surface in a month. I think
I should have been cifred of my main trouble
sooner if had taken large doses after huaving
hecome accust >med to its effeets.
Let your patrons troubled withI scrofula or
kidney disease understand that it takes time
to cure cihronio diseases; and, if they will
patiently take Vegetine, it. will, in my judg
ment, cure them. With great obligations I
am yours very truly, 0. W. M ANsFIELD~
Pastor Methodist'Episcopal Ohurch.
H. R. STEVENS. Boston Mass.
VEGETINE is Sold by All Druggists.
apr 25, 1878 83 4
Notice is hereby given, that I will ap
ply to W. 0. Field, ,Judge of Probate for the
county or Pichens, on londaty, the 10th day
of June, 1878, for a Final Settlement of the
Estate of J. M. McFall, deceased, and 1.o be
discharged therefrom as Adiinistrvator or the
same. W. T'. McFAL~L, Adm'r.
miay 0,1878 , 5 ' 4
TIIE O liliDITVOll AN D D)E TOUts
INAll persons having demandsaagainst the
Estate of 0. WV. COOPE~R, deceased,.wil pie..
senit them duily attested: and those indebted
will make payment to the uinidersigned.
J. J. LEWIS, Adm'r.
apr 25, 1878 8d 5
~TOTICE OF FINL SET' EIENT
I.N Nitice is hereby given, that I will ap
ply to W. 0. Field, l>robate Judge, for Pick.
ens County, on ''5th May next, for leave to
make a final settlement of the Estate of 0.
WV. COOPElt, deceasd. and asak so be dis.
charged as Administrator..
J. J. L4EWIS, Adm'r.
apr 25. 1878 83
BANIK BILLS FOR STATE TAXES.
We have on hand and will soil in amoujnts
to suit Taxpayers, BILLS OF TIlE BANK
OF THlE STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINA,
which have been proved, found genuine anid1
Stamped in the Dabney, Morgan & Co, case,
and are now under the Seal of the Referee.
The courts have decreed 'Tha, Bills so re
ported, proved and sta mpedl by the Referee,
so that they may be identified, are adjudged,
genuine bills of the said Ba~nk for theoface I
value thereof, issued in the ordinary business
transactions of the 1%k and not issued with
reference to Confederate Treasury Notes,
and are receivable' for Tares.
These Bills 'are guaranteed not to have
been tendered for taxes since the *bove de..
WAr was madiaS
00C1lllAN # E LANDER,
26 Broad street, Charlest on. ~
may 9, - 6
.'4 ,a ~1
W W7"W', W
T ae ss 4 aselia
OoUwiior' Pi*s NS.
1W CQ1:RT OP CON6N PLEAS
Bills W. CayAou, Plaintif1, agaOnW Beow
W Borroughs and Samuel A. MoCrA1a,
.onplaintfor Foreclo8ure of Mortgag,
PIulfaVASIt to gin oyrder.of. said co"p. g
me directed, I wi]l seft to thd4Ilis
bidder, on Saleday in June nekLrit pit ea
Court House, the Prernista deserbe in,sidd -
order, made'la the above stated ,t as fo.
ONE HUNDRED AND THREtAO1c' O
LAND in Pickens ('ounty, kno n as Traot
No. 4. of the Temperance Madden estate, ad.
joining rao4 No. 6, of said estate,. and,J. J.
ON% HOUSE AND LOT in Central, con.
taintlig -One-torth ot' an Acre, idjoini g
lands of J. 0. Eaton, bavid and Orother, and
TERMS-'One half the purchase moisey,
cash, the remainder on a credit of six months,
with interest from day of sale, sefrd by a
mortgage of the premises.
Purc-hasers to pay for papers. --.
Witness my hand and official-seat at Pick.
,es Court House, Meia 9th day of May, 1878,
J. J. LEWIS, c..
SOVPurchase money and costs to be,paid
on -day of sale, or the property will be re.a
sold at risk of former purchaser.
m3n.y 9,1878 85 4
The StAte of M011t Caiein.
COWNTY O P;10XZN8,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
George P. Thomas, Plaintiff, against N. D',
Complaint for Relief,
P UX31YANT to an order of said Court, to
me directed', I Will bell fo the highest
bidder, on Saleday in J'ne neirt, t Pickenv
Couft House, the Premises' described In said
erder, ade in the above r
All that LOT &V LAND, bongq bpv thc
Tefendgnt froav J. C. Eaton, c-uprising Two 4
Lots, c4ntaining in the aggregate Seven..
eights of One Acre,, in tke Coun*y of Piekens.,
Stale of South Carolina, in the Town of Cen
tral, en the Atlanta and Pharl'otte Air Lin
Railway, and the improvemeas thereon, too
A D welling Hlouse wftlh six faai~iqhe remis.,
dix unfinished, two stortes high, besides ba'se
mnt..also a small soaes;. isi4 lot s adjoining
lai;ds of J. E. Eaton, Ranilroad Statet, and
lands o f t he A tlhmta and Chiarfe'p'e Ai' Line
Rail way Comnpansy.
T'E R M, CA8i--Purchasers to pny for pa.
Witness moy handi anol officialI seal at Pik
ens Court IIouse, t his 9hdyof M iy, 188.
iiB'Pu.chase money and costs to be paid '
on dtay of saale. or the property .will be re
sold at risk of former purchsaser.
may 9, 1878 '64
The sitate of.s4outh Carollum
PwCK INR O 'UWNY.
IN COl'RT OF COMMON PL~EAS
JaIs. F. Latamr, Assignee of R. E. Hlolcombe,
Plaiint iff, against Riley A. Christopher, De.
Judgment of Foreclosure and SatE.
PURSUANT to an order of saidl Court, to'
me diref ted, I will sell ' to thae.highest
bidder, 91 Saled.ay ini June next, at 'Picken.
(aut House. the Prcmises descr'ibed ira said
order, made-in the above stated case as fol
lows, viz:.. .
T WO H UNDRED A CRES OF LAND, mre
or less, in the County of Pickens,. State of
Sout.h Carolina, adjoining lands of R. Arnold,
-- Snipes and ot hers.- '
TIRMc--One half the purchase money,,
oashi, together with -the costs, the bala,n se 0on
six months time, with interest, to be securedi
by bond and mortgage of the premises.
Witness my hand and official seal, at Pick.
ens Court ilouse, this 9th day of May, 187A.
J. J. LEWIS, oc...
Purchaser to pay for papees.
McD"'Purchase money and costs to be paid
on day of sale, or the property will be re.
sold at risk of former purchaser.
may 9, 1878 3, 85d
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County Of Pickens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEA8
Mary J. Freeman, Administratrix, and Ben-.
tonf S . Freeman, as Ad.ministrator of the
Estate of Barney L. Freeman, deceased,
Joseph McDCarson, Charles A. Carson and
o eorge P. Robinson, Defetadants.
Complaint for .Relief.*
I N pursuance of a adecretal order made ia
the above stated case, and to me direted,
wiul tell to the highest bidder, at Plckens
~ourt Hiouse, on Saleday in June next, the
Promises described In said order, to wit:
A certain Piece, Pareel, or Tract of Land,
situated, lying and being in the County of
Pickens. State of South Carolina, and tying
:m waters of Saluda river, adjoining lands of
Robert Trotter anod Jlames Fortner and oth
-rs, it being all of my land, lying in'ihe State
ud County af'oresaid. *
T ERMts: One half caPh. the remainder Qp a
redit of six months, with interest: from day
f1 sale, and secured by a mortgage of the
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Witness my hand and offilial seal at Pick
ns Court House, this 9th day of May, 1878.
U6.Jf terms not complied with on day of
ale, property will be resold at risk of former
may 9, 187S 85 "-f 4
[eowee Lodge, lo. 79. A, 7. K.
A THlE REGULAR MONTRlLY MET..
ING OF KlEOWEIE LODJGE, No. 79,
A..F.-. M.-. will take plaoe on
ATUB-DAT ON OAt DiCroas Ta wuz,2 xoN
II Nacu MCoxt. The attendaoqg of all the
aembers is earnaestly requaested.
W.6 tps ert