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.Thore aro oight prisoners now conlinod
in tho jail at this placo.
I Cottpn is openitrg finely, and a
good deal of it will soon bo on tho
inaikot.
Tho first bale of now. cotton sold at
llonca l'itfh* th<&$tb inut., brought
171 cci
f^re,nt tlio utjiuvl hotli- of preuoliing.
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riiotnactki) Meeting.'?Kov. J. <^.
tnockinan will conimcnco a protraelou
'** mooting in tho Mothodiwt church til
this placc to night, which is to con>.
tinuo to and includo Sunday nojtt.
No Excuhsion.?In consequonco of
not b.tying*able to obtain tv train, Ki- B.
llolcombu and .Win. Meredith will
not run an oxcurmoii train, toTopoOa
Oity, on Saturday next, as announced1
^ in our hint week's iasue.
Dikd.?Mr. John Gilatrnp,. f?>i
many years a citizen of I'ickena ville,
in this county, died at his residence
in Milton county, Ga., on tho 22ud
ult. Mr. Gilstrap has many relatives
and friends in this county to mourn
iiia death. Wo tondcr hia grietKtri<*kftM
tiliniK' inir lioai'l-folf cvmnn.
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thiee.
Tn a. W. Russglk.?Wo call tho
attention of om? loaders to tho now
advertisement of this enterprising
merchant in thie^fssue. Mr. llussoll
is one of tho rising merchants ol the
up-country, lie knows tho value ot
printers inly, and does not hesitato to
U60 it. When you go to Easloy, do
not consider that you have done you{
duty until you have ^caVlcd upon
liitn.
A /I ! Ill hllt'litlt Irktlil \T/Mtf^>1 m.?.!
# Ji iMMiii V'?'J s"") M l/llll JL1 KJ >T V? I J 4 VII VI
-i-? Williams* all eolorod, woro comAnittod
to jail on Sunday last, by Trial
'JiiAtWm Clayton, for stealing lints,
i?vor coat8> otc., ?t tlio eolorod CampI
mooting, which waa at that timo iti
progross,. Six miles South of this place.
They v\&oro tried on Monday, at thij
place?N-owol and Williams wore acquitted,
truyton was uonvreted, and
sentenced to pay a lino of Lwcnty-iivo
dollars and costs, or go to jail for
thirty days. JIo inado arrangements
, to pay up and- went on his way rejoicing..
'\( #'??
Kkvival Mkitiinoh.?At a? rival
mooting at Antioch, Daptiat ohurch,
?ominenoing on Friday heforo the
Jbt Sunday and- closing on the 2d
Bnuday in last month, twenty were
received into tlio churoh by bap^
tisni. XliQ meeting was- conducted
* l>y lievH. G. W* Singleton, Ileod
ftjnl Tollwoi^/ >
At EKjjloy, cbnrcli, during
a protracted meeting otseveral* days,
seventocn wero added'to the church
The mooting wae conducted' by Revs.
'Lamar, Hudson and G. W. Singleton.
Committer.?Jim Smith and John
Jbtothcr woro committed to'jail* nt thin
<9 place on lust Thuraday night, charged
with the horrible crime of plfeing an
obatruction on tho Air Lino Itailroad,
near Gontral Station on tho 24th of
UvbI July, and throwing, a paaaengor
train off tho traolc, with tho iotontion
of committing murder. Thou. Olaspy
wuh ivIho committed as a witness,
liothor haB made a confession, but we
iorbear comment upon ifc', aBtho wliole
matter in to undergo judicial invoati-.
gation. Capt. Alloy, by tbo aflsias
t'anco ol1 a liVonci) gontlenmn 01 African
porsuabiorw, work-ed up the
?a?o.
ISAi.K OF YaLUAIIIX LOTS.?-Wo
eaJl' the attontfoft of ouv readers to
tho notico of Mile of Valuable loU at
Liberty, a now station on tlio Air
Lino Itailj-oad,,in llji^ county. Tlio
"lota ai*o iVivel, and beautiful building
"hub. mo Burrounumg' county 18
lilled up with tho must llirilty; and
int'clligutlannoi-a in they county, and
all iin tall, it is ono of tlio moat
desirable placcs on tlio A?ir Lino
y KailrotuJ. Those d&m'Uiu a hualtliy
beautiful location On' this great line
of Railsvav, can not do bitter than
at this placo- We oxpoct soon to j
$90 a flourishing town built up.
pktttfamxiuc fingjwtfknt of fdrman
University.?It is proposed to
oudow Jfurman Univerpity in such ft
way as to extend freo tuition to any
of tho youths of our State, providod
tho sutu of two hundred thousand
dollars is secured by January, 1876.
Twenty-six thousand dollars rainain
to be secured^ and JKev. Mr. Therrell,
agent ot- tho Univorsity, is in our
midst. We trust that he may receive
uie ncwty support oi all of our peos
pie, irrespective oi denomination, to
the amount ot livo thousand dollars,
at least. Tho cause of education is
one that should be liberally responded
to. Wo shall bo proud to acknowledge
that Pickens rises higher
than 6ect in this glorious work. Let
us support all the Universities and
schools oi Warning, whoso principles
are so high, whoso curriculum is ho
generous, and whose fuculty so noble
as that of Fur man University.
Mr. Thervoll has begun his canvass
ol this county, and, wo are glad to
loam, with- ahoaii ? !>??;
j vi.wvmw^u'g OUl/V/UCO.
Muko up. your nvind for tvliberal res
spouse l?y the timo ho visits you.
The tuition will be lVee from the 1st
ot January, 1870.
Kev. Edwin A. Bolles, District
Superintendent oi the American
biblfl1 Society, pvouched a" very ablo
^ i
and effective sermon in the Methodist
Church at this place on last Sun
day, at the third'1 anniversary meeting
of tho lYckens Ojimty Bible Soi
? . i.. ?i
cieiy. iur. i5oiic8 is a veteran una
puti iut in tbe Bible cause, and
should have tbe cordial co-operation
and support of every community in
tboStaie.- Wo trnat our people will
become moro active ii* tbe Bible
cause ill this' count}", and tbat overy
denomination will" tbe Soeioty
at this place, all tbe lielp and encouragement
poBbiblo.
Wc are requested to- rWo notice
to tho fulljwing churches, to>\vit:
Shady Grrovo, Mountain Grove, Se
cona and Six Mile, that they arc reroriiiPHt.nd
to hqiuI the
eldership of their reejjective churches
to assist in establishing a a now
oburch at C. I* Pa r rot l'a school
huusf, on Saturday before the (its!
Sunday in October. Tho following
ministers aro also callod : W. 1 i.
Singleton, F. W. Tolleson, G. W.
Sinj:)oton and C. h. I'arrott, with
other ministering brethren.
lull -wis* 11 u uutlUU HIU IIIriva4
in town, of tlio first balo of cotton
of the season, raisod by Mr. Koitli
Durham, of this county. It wan
bought by Messrs. Ilagood & Alexander
at 15 cents por pound. Mr. Durham
rocoived a premium of 910 from
theso gontlomen. llurah for Durham.
Wo were glad to-meet Mr. Jamoa
I>ewi9 in town yesterday, who is
just recovering from r. severs attack
of fever.
Rev. A. W. WuHter, who- is well
"known1 to iimoy of our citizens, is
now in our midst.
A- California hnntor ulio went ton
miles to wliero game wan plenty, and
then found that ho had brought a
box of pills instead of percussion
caps, returned home in disgust.
: AI) VEUTISK'M ENTS.
ML flf ? ?
laomas w. mm,
,,F * Gl; AND VVINTKU GOODS
At HUSSELL'y.
i.ioinK' Mndo Clothing, ranging
from 85 to 615 a suit,
At JR US SELL'3.
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings
Fall Prints, otc. 81 '25 a bunch foi
Yarn, nnd other things In proportion,
At KVS8BLL'8. '
Oood laofc ot Grocorios on hand
and to arrlvo. If you want anything
or want to soe anything,
Call on- KUSSELL.
II you wnnt-Ktiwau J&isHolvod-Bont
for Wheat',.
C'nll'oM' JLtUSBELb.
.Ijl you wunt to ilnd polito anit'gontlfcriiahiy
elbrtts, call1 ot> M?r. Robinnoi
amcV J otoiv,
[ At IWSSKLL'S.
E.iijoy Station, S, 0., Sopt. 0, 1875
'? . - r .' -?r.^ teQsv, -^
III; li?III rim?ii hi Iifcmy riintrii |
Do You Want Health ?
Wi.w 11',,. v- r??: a *? .1.1
..... ?>t.b ik I'lm?j'cain, or what is 1
worse, is the inevitable result of continued
suspension of the menstrual flow. It ii aeon- '
dition which should not bo (rifled with. Immediate
relief ie the only safeguard against
constitutional ruin. In all eases of suppression,
suspension or other irregulrrity of the
"courses," Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator
is the only sure remedy. It acts by giving
tone to the nervous centres, inmrovin* thu
blood anrd determining direoOy to the organs
of menstruation. It is a legitimate prescription,
and tho most intelligent Doctors utar' ft.
Prepared bj J II Bradfield, druggist, Atlanta,
G? , $1.50 per botttle, and sold by respectablo
druggists everywhere.
Boon to Suffering FemaTfes.
L^G range, (!?? March 29, 1870.
Bradfield & Co., Atlanta, Ga.?Dear Sirs?
I-take pleasure in stating that I have UBed for
the last twenty years tho medicine you arc
putting up, kuown as Dr. Brndtield's Female
Hegulator, and consider it the best combina*.
tion ever getten together for tlie disenecs for
which it is recommended. 1 have been familiar
with the preparation both as a- practi*
uoner 01 incuicinc and in domestic practice,
and can honestly say that I consiJer it a
boon to Buttering females, nud can but hope
that every lady 111 our land, who may be Buffering
in any way peouliar to their sex, may
be able to procure a bottle, and their sufferings
may not only bo relieved, but they may
be reutorcd to health and strength.
With my kindest regards,
1 anr very respectfully,
nooO Ira W. B. FERELL, M. 1).
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CHEAP GOODS!
For
SuUnnet'i FurnitltiDg Coals,
MNlV
AN i>
Cull on W A. LESLEY & SON.
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. ST AT 10 OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
JL 1V/1V I'.iio WLl 11 A
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In the 1'rubnte Court.
| Nancy Henderson, Petitioner, against John
Wilson ci ul., Respondents.
Petition to apply sales of real estates to |>ay~
mem of debts.
It. ininpai'tsp tri ?" ??.?.? t: ?'
Nully, Cunningham Nally, Jell'urawt Ntilly,
heirs of Isabella Wilson, to-wit--?nn'/ih Kllis,
Elizabeth llrooks, Aduline Grant, G J Wilson
and Susan Gritlin, defendants in this ease,
are absent from and reside beyond the liuistu
of this State.
On muiiuu of ilulvuiuuo >v Clii'd, pro pet.,
it is ordered that they appear personally
or by attorney, nt my ollicc in l'ickenaCourt,
houfte, ou Wednesday, tho 18th day ofAu>
gust, 1875, to show cause, if any they can,
! why the prayer of tho petitioner, new ou file
in my oftice, should not be granted, or their
consent win c?? cnicrcti or record.
, (Htcu trader ray hand and soil, this 21st
I. II. rillLI'OT,
no'1.1 3t I'robatc Judge.
TO per day ! Agents want?d.
Jptf t])/V v All classes of working p#o?
pie, of either sex, young or old, make more
money at work for us in their spare moments,
or all tho time, than at anything else.
Particular* free. Address G. STINSON A CO.
Portland, Maine.
ISAAC M. BRYAN, ~
A1TOUWI.Y AT I,AW,
GiUENVILLE C, R? S, C,
Pruoticott in Courts f>|' J^elvetiB
county, and in United States Ccuits
HUSBAND'S
Calcincd Magnesia.
Is free from unplcn^an taste, or roughness to
uiu tuiict* ur in one (mm r11c (1080 cl
cotnmod mngiicssia it relieves Sick headache
Sour stomach, costivness, aud other disenses
of tho stomaoh ami bowels, The worlds fair
M'edttl and Four Firut priniittir Silver medals
awarded it as (lie best lu tho market. For
sain by druggist* and country storekeeper,
and by T, J, Husband, Jr, Philadelphia, Pa'
MORTOIV <fc HIOOOD)
ATTO KNKYS AT LAW,
PBSfiftHS Si
'VX/ILL give their attention to tho l'raotici
V 'f and to tho Colleotlon of PcnsiouB,
ilounty Land and all other Claims.
J. J. NORTON, J'. B. HAOOOD,
Walhalla, 8. C, IMcketfer, 8, C.
, July 27th 1871. V tf;
TM MASON & BAML1N OftGAH CO
Winners of THREE HIGHEST MEDALS
| ftnd DIPLOMA. erf HONOR. ?? Vienna,
1873, and Pans, lHn7, now offer the PI
1 NEST ASSORTMENT of (ho Best'Cabinet
Ovgans in tho World, including new
styles with recent improvements not only tz
eluaivtl;/ for c<uh,nh formerly Wul also on New
> Plana of Easy Payments, i ho most fivnriihle
ever ottered. OilOANB HBNTKI) WITH
rfttVIbKOK OP l'UUCHABB, to almost any
part of the country. First payment $9.60 or
upwards*
I'LLUSTRATKU CATALOGUES and Cirou1
lur.", wjth full' particulars, sent fine on re
nneat. Address
<V f|$infiii Organ f#.
Boston, New York or Cbioago.
IE
Tf&W ADVERTISEMENTS.
"STA^Ff OF SOUl-lI CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.In
Probata Court.
William N. Walker, plaintiff, Against Rebccca
L. Corbin, Mary A. Aansill et. ah
ft aiy|Ne?*itfg t* Hly satisfaction that A: ll.
Walker1, M. A.Stansill, Bisson Walker, Maswell
Walker, and soma other person or persona,
r*eiitle ft010 and beyond the limits of
this Stat*,
On moli6il6f C. L. liollingswerth Pro. Pet,
il is OtdtTed tbat'tftftjr appear personally or
bjr attorney, at my office in Pickens Courthbuse
. on Tuesday, the 81st day of August,
1876, to show cause if any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner, now on file
in my office, should not be granted, or their
consent will be entered of record.
Given under tny hund nud seal, this) 2lst
July, 1875.
1. II. PHILFOT,
itc47 Cw" Judge of Probata.
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The Tamers' Friend.
If you have anything to soil, bring
it on J
If you want to buy anything, I
will tell it to you !
If you don't bee what yot? want,
ask for it f
I I? T Umvn lmf. xvlull vnn want nn
hand, I will Bend and get it for
you I
Kcfipcctfully,
W.T. McFall.
^fllMTNKR SYMJHKH,
ATTORNEY AND G0UfJSRI.T.0It AT i.AW,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
PraoticcH in the Circuit ourt and Court ?l
Probate for Pickenfe ounty.
May Ili' 42 Cm
Ittporfaut to the OrangerN
aim rmuicrN ?i tipper
Ho 11 tli Carolina.
1,000 grange tlow stocks
fou sale.
We ato prepared to furniiih an>
aniitJrtt (ft these" St'octtft, and if'upon trial
entire satisfaction is not given, we will re'
fund every dollar pai{l rtar)
All orders received prior to tbe 1st of Sip''
ember will b6 protflffifly* filled at that timtf
Price $3.00:
CELY A BHO.,
no46 2m dreenvllle, 8. C
Absolute DiVouctss- obtainlt
from Court* of different Stnteft for de
scrtion, he. No publicity required. N<
charge until divorce granted, Addrrna,
' M. HOUSE, Attorney,
40 Otu 1V4 Broadway, V. Y
|2SE5*ww-..
NKW TS.
-j JMi
fl?Wf 5 wanted to soil "The Peopled ,
fttfilfU* Common Sens* Medical a<1
riser.'* It is tbeoheapestbook ever publish- '
ed : 885 pages, over '250 illustrations, $1.60
Thousands bu7.it at flight who could, not be ,,
iild?ced to purchhsfc' the hlgh-priood, books
treating Qf Do hi eat I c Medicine. Ifnlike other
books sold through' AgenftHhiir'wofk -iirtbor-,
oughly advertised throughout North America.
Tihtfi fact, together with the largo siio, ele
gant appearance,- and many new feature* of .
the book, csnrsed ii to sell' more rapidly than
any work evtor published in this country.
Those of my agents who have h?4 experience *
in selling books, say that in all their previous
canvassing they' ncffcr met with such'
success or ma Jo so large wages'!' tfft since
commencing the sale of my ytbrk. For terms y
and territory, address (inclosing two poaUffd
stamps mid staling experience) R. V. l'iorce,
.W. 1>., World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. V.
Note. Mark envelope "For Publishing
Drp't."
THE BRCWH COM CIS CO.,
v's? .\^g
%I^%V V iiikvv
i. < m*-+w L.-m mw+w*-m i V^FjI iti .4
Manufacturers of Cottou Gins, Cotton Gin
Feeders, Condensers anil Cottou Gin Materials
of every description. Our Gins have
been in use thirty years, and have an established
reputation for simplicity, light run*
ning, durability, and for quality and quantity
of lint produced. Our Feeder ia easily '
attached to the Oin, and easily operated by
any hand of ordinary intelligence. They are
lie aiifiptest and cheapest Feeder in the market
and feed with more regularity than is possible
by hTCWd, increasing the outturn and
giving a cleaner anil better sample. At all
"Kira where exhibited and by l'lanters having
them in use, they have been accorded the
highest cnconiums. Our Condensers are well
made, durable and simple in construction,
and do what is required of them rapidly and
well. No additional power is required to
drive the Feeder or Condenser, and no Oin
Ilouso is complete' without them. We are J
prepared to warrant, to any reasonable extent,
perfect sat iofactioti to every purchaser.
Circulars, prices and full information furnished."
Address as above, or apply to
Julius C Smith. Greonville 8- C.
ALMTSQK'5 SEQUENT SCREW
cotton press.
Unrivalled for simplicity, speed, convenience
and durability. Makes a 560 lb. bale
with one liorae und' only IB rounds. Screw,
irt .i:~ ---*
w uinuivuv aaa iu leet long. For
cfrcuTa'rs ^ith description, testimonials and
rtinnes of agents in the South, address J. M.
ALBKKTSON, New London, Ct.
tum'mwnm
are t We best made ; tho touch elastic, and H
ftfte singing tone, powerful, pufe ?ttd etcto.
W?krV C'orictfrto OrKHb?
cafitiot be excelled in tone or beauty; they
itety competition. The Concerio Siop is a
fine Imitation of the Human Voice.
PRICE EXTREMELY LOW FOR CASII
during this Month. Monthly Installments
received; l'ianos and Organs to Let, and.
Rent money allowed if purchased. Secdndhnml
Instruments AT G IIP AT HA\IOAiN3.
AGENTS WANTED. A lib-oral discount to
Teachers, Ministers, ChuttehcS, Schools,
Ledges, etc. Special Inducements to the
trade. Illustrated Catalogues Mailed. HORACE
WATERS & SONS, 181 Broadway, New
York, Box 3,607.
150 I U
Hum hcen invested in Stock Privileges and
paid
/l/> A T?cn T-v-W~v ~m?m ? ??
you orNT.
"ilowto I/o It." A Hook on Wall St., seut
frj?. TUMBRIUQK A CO.,
Bankers A Brokers, 2 Wall at., N. Y<
m|.l A ?The ohoieest in 4he world?"
x importers' prit e's?Largest
Company in Africa?staple article?pleaffis"
everybody?Trade continually increasing-*Agehtd
wanted everywhere?best inducements?don't
waste tirue?send for circular
to Robkut Wills, 43 Veaey St., N. V., P. O
Bo* lii&7. ., *
isc ram sun t columns, from now
to New Years, post paid, 00 cts. Address
"The .Sun," N. Y.
#fclfir\ WKKK guaranteed Io Male and Fe\
I I male Agents, in their locality. Coats
Ui/ / NOTIMNO to try it. Particulars freo.
t i?. o. VlUKKItY k CO., Augusta, Me.
1)sy llo.m \noy, or soul. gharmino.
How either sex may fascinate and gain
t)u; love and aflY-ctions of any person they
choose, instantly. This art all can possess,
froc, by mail, for -o cents ; together with a
Marriage (Snide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to Ladies, c'c. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
book.
Address t. william a co., Pub' Phila.
IiIMKSTOX E SP?IIV<jM
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL.
Will open 17ilr February next; continue ten
months wiilrout vacation. Competent ^asBistant
teachers. Air Line Ilend Passes near the
Seminary. The health and beauty of tho
rilneo are well known. Terms moderate. incidental
expenses very light. Young ladies
suffering from general debility bar? received
f greilt benefit liere. Circulars free to all ap?
plicants. Charles Potly, A. M? Principal.
Eimesione springs, .Spaftaaburg Co1., S, C,
500 PI ANON and ORC4AM
New and Second-lUiflVf. of Fivst-Class Makers.
> will be sokl at Aower Prices for cash or In-'
staUmetriB, or for rent, In'CHy of In Country,
during-those Hard Times ami (be Holidayer,
' hv IfttR-A-AK WATRBR * *W?N 4*1 KrntaiU
w*y, than" ever'before offered in New Tbrk.
Agents wanted to scH'Watcra' New I'S
anoo, end Cotafe'erto OrgaAn. Ilhrtfraf6d Cat*
alogue* Mailed. Orcat InVltfQrfciflrents to the
* TYade. A large discount to 3VacTier?, Mini!cth,
Churches, Loftlgce, .Vchools, etc.
Or: It. *V. ttflllland
? TTAVINO'returned and i>ertttfciifcntly loca.11.
ted at. PickenKVille, renpfcctfully flffjrti
\ hi"? ProfcRnioniil scrvicn* to the cltilen* of that
vicinity and surrounding rou'rtfry. Charges
reasonabfp. j
May 41
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Butler & McBee,
ittobkeyft an? counsellor
at law and ufwflty?
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IKKIIflUft ?T; tf.
Will practice iff*1*1!$ courts Of'
the state arb ot the ckttetf
jtate8.
Sept 28 id* tf
v. e. holcomije. r. a. child.
xti?lcomfe? A Chtld/
A TTOtlNE Y,S A T LA H\ *
WII.I.PHACf lcrfin Circuit. Probate, an<1
Trail Justice CoulVrf'toftlHifHUte. All,
business entrusted 40 tbetn will receive prompt
attention. v
Bopt, 19 8 1y
KKARRKY'C
fluid kxtAut1;
B U C H1 U !
\ X ?,
TJ.H ? ^ J - /
? >? v???j nuvnu IVIUUUJ IUT#
BKIfiffiY'S MSBMB,'
And a positivo remedy for
GOUT, OKA VEL, STRICTURES, blABET^f,
DYSPEPSIA, NEtlVOUfl DEIIILITY,
DUor.vv,'
Kon-tetenMon or Incontinence of tTrine, frrltatioa,
Inflamuiion or Ulceration of
BLADDER & K DNEYS,
8 KKMATtmiUlCKA.
Lcncorrlioca or Whites. Disease* of tlio I'ios*
tate Gland, Sfofje it! (lit; Hladder,
Colcutus Gratel or Mrickrittal Deposit and Mucus
or iVilky Diachurgra
KEAHjSE Y'X
Extract Buchu
Ferffftfrttntly curca diataaea of tht
unntju a,/in u JJKVI'BICAIJ
SWELLING,
Existing in Klcft, Vioineti and Ohildrcft/
fQT.No Mntter \Vftat tlie Age
Prof. flteele oayn: :'Ona bottfe of KcarSiy'a
Fluid F.xtract Ituchu is Worth mere tbiin all
other Buchus combined."
Price One Dollar per bottle, or six bottles
for Five Dollars.
Dopot, 104 Duane Street, New York
A Physician in attendance lo answer cor*
respontfence and give advice gratis.
f?$"*8end ?lnmp for pamphlets, free?%MI
Sold by nil i>r'i??giBin.
9K?mf- Kvtriierdlitiit^'
Tcrnn of Advertising are offered for News*
j>nI'vi a in lag otaie 01 BUUl'Jl
CAROLINA.
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Send for list of papers and schedule ol" rates.
Address*
Geo P'ftowell & Co,AdvcrtisingfAgents,
no. 4i rXitK ?ow, Nkw York!"
Refer to Editors of this Fnper.
NOTICE
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We have just replenished our stock of merchandise
for tho fall and winter trade.
Lad ies" And gentlemen's lints and'dress
geods generally hate received spccial attend
tlon.
Our Shoe department
la very full, amounting to nearly one thou*
-A.tT.it-a
Our UfAefnl IMACft"
Comprises nearly everything you are liki ly
to need ami will be eold very lot/.
Half Gar Load.
Of best Liverpool Bait on hand aud.fo? Jeals
(wo dollars per sack, wliioh is
CHEAPER
Than before tlie war. All are respectfully invit?d
Jo call and see Jhenv.
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.n-cster s noginr*
Ccrtfrftl, S. C\. Oct. 28, 1874.
STATE OF* SOUTH OATtOtilif A'.
OoUNTY < F I'lCKKN?,
%
Iii Prbbate Court.
Withy HowarJ, p?!ilioner, against Elisabeth'
KigginH, KmaHne Biggins it al.
it ! > nig ?? ??/ BOH9IOVUVU Wink tinITIl'TJ
O. II. Ki^don, reside from and beyond tho
lirniti'of tMs'Stnte'.
On motion of 0. L. Holling?w6ftb Pro". Peti
it is ordered that they dyvour personally
or by attorney", at nVy oflrco in Pickens Court*
bouse, on Wednesday, the !!l?t day of' Attn
gust, 1876, to show cause, if any tney can";
why the prater of the petitioner, now on'fito
iri'rty office, should not be granted,' ?r tlM*1
consent will be entered ofrcfior^.
Given und<*r nay band and seal, thin 21?t
July, 1876.
1 II PIIILPOT,
no-17 '?w ' uJfi'f
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