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LOCAL ITEMS.
Tho report that wo intoud romov
V inn tlio ScMTTfJli-f. fn T^nalnv Kfn ?i,-? t?
|| not truo.
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We bavo bad good ruins recently
and tho turnip and potato crops aro
flourishing.
^We have Been a stalk bf corn
growrf by W. B. Allgood that bad
* tbreo finely dovelopcd cars on it.
j Tho T wolvo Milo Kiver Baptist
Association, convenes at Cathey's
Creek Church in Transylvania county,
N. a, on Friday before tho second
Sabbath in October.
Lumbek.?It you want good lumber,
Cjdl on Folger vfc Nctuberry, at
their mill, on Town Creek, li miles
from tho Court House. They arc
also prepared to gin your cotton :uul
pack it in good style.
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FioNio.?The George's Creek
* Grange has a basket pic-nic on Saturday
next. Tlio membore of Pick^
r ens Grango havo an invitation to at*
tend. Tlio Sentinel lias not born
forgotten, and wo will try to bo pi ce;
out.
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Our fellow townsman, Mr. W. 11.
Ashmore, lias laid upon our table a
turnip, lour weeks old, that measures
ten ai.d a half inches in circunilorence.
lie deserves a premium, and
wo will eond hfni to I ho Greenville
; fair to get it.
The examination of uitnessee, on
tlio part of the State, against Smith
nnd Rot her, was concluded before
Trial Justicc ilollingsworth, yestcrj
nm/1 ii.a * ' *
f vu?j niiu mu [ji ibuiiyiu rumauueu to
jail, in default of bond, for their apv
* "poftrance at tho next term ot court
for trial.
IIog Cholera.?This disease, or
something similar to it, is raging terw
ribly in this county. We bear of
. many vvbo have lost heavily by if,
vomo losing every hog they owned
before it cat: bo arrested. There
nro many remedies, but we do not
know which to recommend, but if
any of our readers lnive discovered.,
or know a good remedy, and will
end it in wo will gladly publish it.
IIicni)kick9 & Williams.? These
outerpris!?i,? and go-ahead merchants
At Eisloy Station, inform their pay
trons, through our columns this
, week, that ihcy are prepared to sup*.
|>ljr anything they want in tlioi:* line
at astonishingly low prices. Those
gentlemen have built up an enviable
ropHtation, for honesty and fair
dealing, and aro drawing customors
by tlio scoro. Thoy nro active,
and enterprising merchants, and
will not allow any to surpass
^ them in quality or price of goods.
Givo them a call ami be convincod
of these facts.
The election of oUiccrs of tho
Pickens Division, sons of teuiperanco,
WIllUU CttlUU UU lilbt TuCbdlij iiigiit,
resulted as follows:
G.W.TaUor, W. P.
Miea Ilaesic Lesley, W. A.
, A. S. Lesley, 11. S.
? T. J. lCicliftrdson, A. It. S.
J. Frnnk Folger, F. S.
W. M. Ilftgood, Teens.
J. E. Ilftgood, jr., O.
J. Robbie Ilftgood, A. 0.
J. D. P. Boggs, I. S.
JM. M. Konnemoeo, (). 8.
W. A. Lesley, Clmplniu.
A. M. Folger, 1\ W. 1\ m
Twelve Milk Camp Mkictinu.?
Tlio annual camp meeting at Twelve
Mil? Ohuroh, began on Thursday
evening last, 23d, and continued until
Wednesday morning, 28th inst. The
r congregation on Sunday was largo
and attentive, and the preaching elo
qucnt and impressive. Wo have
never witnessed in our 1 ilo, more
quietness or better order than
prevailed during the meeting. There
were seventeen additions to the
church and twenty-nine conversions.
The following ministers wero in attendance?tho
Itov. Mr. Stockman,
who has chargo of the circuit, being
absent on account ot Bickncd^ :
Dr. Darby, I*. E.; and Hevs.
Walker, Attaway, Jackson, l*hillips^
Davis, Gaines, Duraut, Ariail, Sm tl?
and Bowuiau.
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I Sai.k ok Lots at Liberty.?Tho
I fj <11 rt A 4 I AIM n - * ' II *- ? C? 1 - i ! -
vniv tviy ii IVlfJ lib j jiuurty ouiiiuu
on tho 23d inst., must havo boon vory
gratifying as well as profitablo to
those intorcstod. Sotno of tho front
lots Hold at tho rato of 81,440 por
aero, and all tho othors sold at high
figures. Tho crowd in attondanco
was largo, and meant business. Tho
prospects for tho growth and pros%
purity of tho now town bogins undor
vory encouraging oircumstances, and
wo hopo to too it flourish liko a green
bay treo. Tho lots were not all disposod
of on tho 23d, but to givo ovorybody
a chanco, thoro is to bo anothor
salo on tho 7th of next month upon
tho samo conditions as tho first salo.
Seo notico in another column, and do
not fail to purchaso it you desire to
locato in 0110 o( tlio iinost sections in
South Carolina, for this will bo tlio
last opportunity.
On Sunday night, last, a colored
boy broko open tlio tool chest of Mr.
James Baswoll, at Easloy Station,
and stole a band-saw and several
oilier tools, and decamped Monday
morning for this placo. Mr. Daswoll
bearing ot him, at once started and
beat him to this place, bad a warrant
;oann,l ?..,i ...i i- ?i- >
loouvu, ttiiu wwv.ii uu urrivuu w<13
prepared to tako chargo of him.
CulVic did not seo the propriety of
surrendering at first and depended
upon his lepjs to give liim a safe tielivorenee.
lie was.soon overhauled,
however, by a party of gentlemen on
horse back, and brought back and
lodged in jail, lie gave his name as
Tom Gault, but Pinkney Smith, colored,
6ays he knows him and his
proper name is Frank Williams.
Frank Bays he was raised by a Mr.
Dennett, in Laurens county,?has
worked at Seneca City, and lastly at
Piedmont manufactory. He is
doubtless a bad character,-and il
wanted anywhere else to answer for
any ofl'euse, ho can be had when
through with at this place.
No CoL'UT.? Wo publish a letter
this week from Judge Cjoke, stating
that ho has como to the conclusion
not to hold court at this placo in N
.veinher, giving his reasons for
lite Mime. 1 hie ilotonniiialiou of llto
Judge's will niocl ihj approval of all
tlie tax-payers in the county.
Do You Want Health -'
Why Wii.i. Vi: Dir. ?.? Death, or v.ls:il is
worse, is (lie inevitable result of coiuiitucil
suspension of the menstrual flow. It n condition
which should not bo trilled with. Immediate
rolicl i? the only safeguard against
constitutionul vuin. In nil cases of suppression,
suspension or other irrogulrrity of the
/ courses," Dr. J. Dradfield's Female llegulnlor
is the only sure remedy. It acts by giving
folic to the nervous centres, improving the
blood and determining directly to the organs
of menstruation. It is a legitimate prescrip
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Prepared l?y J 11 liradficld, druggist, Atlanta,
Cia , $1.50 per botttlc, ami sold by respectable
druggists everywhere.
Boon to Suffering Females.
LaOrange, (la., March 20, 1870.
Hradtield & Co., Atlanta, Ga.?Poat Sira?
I take pleasure in stating thai I have used tor
the last twenty years the medicine you arc
putting up, known as Dr. llradficld's Female
Regulator, and consider it the best oomhinas
tion ever gotten together for tho diseases for
which it is recommended. 1 have been familiar
with the preparation both as a practitioner
of medicino and in domestic practice,
and can honestly say that I consider it a
boon to suffering females, and can but hope
that every lauy in our land, who may be suffering
in any way peculiar to their sex, may
be able to procure a bottle, and their Bufferings
may not only bo relieved, but tliey may
be res to rod to health and strength.
Willi inv 1/5inlr??rt
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I am very respect fully,
iioSO ho W. \). FKRHLL, M. 1).
Liver; and Sale Stalks.
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Parties ?lesirinij to hiro conveyance to
Pickou.s Court lloti.se, Table lloek ami other
points, can be nccoinntodiilcd a( my Stables,
at all liours of tlie day and night. l'urclinsci'H
can aluo lie supplied with Good Slock
nt rcnsonablepricos.
J0<K) ' Itcgular Mail Line lo I'ickuus (Joint house
daily. (Sun-lays excepted.)
KK'IIKY & WYATT.
i'.asley Elation, S. 0., Aug, 3, 11^7i">.
nu-l'.i-ly
I lake thin inetlio'l of informing my friends
I lint 1 will ho found in my ullico on eacli
SATURDAY, for tho purpose of transacting
any business thai comes under my jurisdic
tioti.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel me to he absent in different parts ol
the county, 1 make this special Appointment
for the benefit of all concerned.
11. A. UOWKN,
no2 j ly Scool Commissioner.
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NEW ADVERTISE M ENTS.
rpTtoale,
?Manufacturer of?
Doors, SasHEs,
PiL.??BflS3?.
?Dealer in?
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
r\:i~ o_ _
1 dill Lb, W11S, 0?C
?Solo Agont for ?
Tim National Mixed Paint Co.
Thk Oh hat Amimucan Fiuk Kxti.vyUisiiKH
Co.
PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO. .
Send i<\>k Pkicks.
Ofltco nti<l Wftrorooms,
Nos. 20 vfc 22 I layno aii'l 3S and 3.j ?
A MIO.
Factory and Yards, Ash ley Iliver,
West End Brond Street,
CIIAIUjBSTON, S. C. 4-ly
VALUABLE LAND SALE.:
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I will sell Id <lie highest bidder, a I f'ickens
(! II, on saleday in October next, the ro:il
state of Jane li. Arnold, deceased, to-wit ;
One tvacl of land lying on George's Creek,
a few miles northeast ef Kisley Station, containing
three hundred acre-?, fifty of which
is lirsl-class bottom land: one huu 'red original
and line forest, tiie balance clcarcd and ?
in a good state of cultivation. On the ^
premises is a large and comfortable dwelling,
with all necessary out-buildings, 1
Terms?One-third cash, balance in one and >
two years, with interest at ten per cent, per
annum, with approved securities and mortgage
of the premises if deemed necessary.
A. S. JiUIOGS,
Agent for Legatees.
Aug. 23, 1.S7-"). <
pyi}'" Abbeville Press and Banner ami
Greenville Weekly News copy -t and send
bill to A. S. Rriggs, Greenville Court House.
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STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA. 1
COUNTY OF VICKKNS. 1
In tho L'robsito Court.
Stephen I). Keith, as Administrator de lionis
non of Matthew Keith, deceased, petitioner,
vs.
Margfivi'l Kdens ntid Janio.i P.nrdinc, as
Admillislrators ol Alexander Kdens, deceased*
unto theiv sureties .laines H. Ilngood an>/ A.
.) Anderson; James M. Kdens, as administrator
tie bonis non of Alexander Eden*, deceased,
and his sureties Margaret Kdens,
Saiucul Kdens and Alien Kdrns.
Petition for Account, Relief, &e.
.. ..i ...h 1.1 uij aiiitMuuiion i mil i no
defendant, James M. Kdens, reside out of
and beyond I lie limits of litis Stall".
On motion <>f \V. I/. Keitli and A. itlythe.
attorneys for the petitioner, it is ordered
that the said James M. Kdeus do appear at
my ollico in I'ickens Courthouse, on I lie H'tli
day of November, A. I). 187"), to show cause,
if any lie can, why the prayer of the petitioner,
new on tile in my ollioe, should not l *
granted, and upon his failure to do so, *iis
conscnt thereto will be entered of record.
Given under my hand and soul, ofoflice 'his
9th day of .leptember, A. 1). IS7?">.
i. h. rnn.roT.
1108 101 Frobato Judgv [
STATE OK 80UT11 CAROLINA.
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I'lCKUNS COLNTV.
C\ 1 C t~\ ? III
v/um i 01 vyuiiniiuu l ieas.
Baylix W. Mau3cII, Thomas Flcfchcr Mansoil,
Camilla Hendricks and husband, .1 nines "
1$. Hendricks, Malinda A. Thigpcti and, litis*
band, Caleb Tliijjpen, plaint ills,
Against
James Raswcll, Robert Howen. William A.
Clyde, Henry C. Drlggs, Thomas W. I$rooks,
George N Drown, Janios It. Ulazencr, I'as- j
ch.il I). Cnrelon, Nancy A. (!rcen, William i
D. llrnmlelt, Allen .1. Mauldin, Robert UN
liott llolcoinbe, Washington K. Uolcoinbe, I
William II. Ilolconibc, Thomas W. Russell, ' j
Orlando 0. Folgcv, The Atlanta and Richmond
Air Line Railway Company, lefeudunts. j |
Copy .Summons for Relief.
To the Heirs at Law of Tinsa I'mmu John- j (
I son, who 01 .jonnson, now ilcccascl--j
names and numbers unknown, defendants 1 J
I in litis action. j (
Von are hereby summoned and require 1 (o '
' answer (lie complaint in this notion, which
l lias been tilcil in tlio otlicc of the Clerk of the '
Court of Common I'leas for said county, and
to serve ft copy of your answer on the sub.
SCribers at tlicit* olllcc, in the city of llrcenville,
S. C., within twenty days after the j
service of this summons on you, exclusive
of the ilny of service.
If you fail to answer tli's complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaint ill's will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
Dated .SVpt, 10, 187">.
Will i NT.It k 8YMMHS,
no!) (Jw Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
muT PUPTWif 1ml
imi, imiui, miu
JIOVKV SA VI'I?.
Dealers save Five, Ten and Fifteen
dollars per thousand on Cigars, and
got Tobacco at lowest figures, by or- i
dering from
PERRY' & SLAWSON,
Indian Girl Cigar Store,
COLUMBIA B.C.
j N. 1). Send lor Samples.
Dee'21 IS tt. j
N K W A1) V KI tTISEMENTS.
Easley High- School,
V idl. ^"v tiv t vritv **
ummiii k >in ill r*? l
Tho exorcises of (bis School wcro opened
on Tuesday, ^ept, 14th. Tuition per Scholastic
year :
Primary Dopartmont . . $20
Intermediate Department . . 30
High School Department . . 4U
Good hoard can he secured in tho village at
from $10 to 3512 .por month. For further
particulars, address tho, principal.
no '! 4t WM. S. MOKIUSON, A. 11.
Gentlemen's 1
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<4i'<>citvillc, S.
The undersigned beg leave to inform tlusir
friends nud the public generally, that they
intend opening on? the 1st of October, 1875,
in one <fl' the front buihlings, second
door above the postoflicc, one of tlic largest
and most omplete stock of HEADY MAl?K
CU )T 111N (1 n nd*(; 1: N T LK M HNS F U K NISFlINU
GOODS ever brongnt to this market,
nnd as we intend purchasing Rur entire stock
with tho casfc, will bo enabled to otfer our
i^oods at very low prices.
<'till and see us before purchasing else
ivhere, as it will be a pleasure for us to show
>ur goods.
McMAIlAN, MOUOAN & DAVIS.
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NOTICE]
Wo have received our
Fall aittl Winter G)do(Is,
md are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
v o have on haml Iwo carloads of Salt and
wo ear loads of Bagging and Tics, which
vc propose lo sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for UMton.
Wrapping Paper nt Wholesale l'riecs.
nootf It. K. I10LC0MHK & SON.
(1olouis(s, llniii^Taiiis ami
Travelers W est ward.
For map circulars, condensed lime tahlrs
i!vl general information in regard to transportation
facilities to all points in Tennessee,
Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado,
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and
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'?rrv 1 v "4 uMuiws i i>.
Whknn, Oener.d immigrant Agent, Olliec No
J II. I. Kuuimii iiousc, .uiunia, (in.
No one sli -ultl go West without lirsl getting
in communication with (lie General
Immigrant Agent, and becomc informed as to
^ulterior n?ivnutngos, cheap ami quick transportation
of families, household poods, stock,
mid I'M'ining implements generally.
All information clieci fully given.
W. I.. DANU'.Y,
nil! Om 0. I*. & T. A.
Advertiser's Gazette
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A JOVUNA I- OF INFORMATION
FOli ADVKUTISFIiS. FDITION,
f),nOO COP IKS. PUIUjISJLKI)
WFFK FY. TFILMS, PFI! ANs
NI!A!, IN ADYANCH.
Kivr, pi'koiick.v corns (difkkkknt
I) AT lis) TO ON E ADHKKtsB KOK 2") CT8.
Off'ico No 41 Park Row. New York
[}E0 P HOWELL & CO .
V.d^fnrs a tifl Piililielini-e
SIMI'IJ: & ALK.VANDEK,
Manufacturers ami Jobbers of
MKN'S 150 YS' WOMEN'S,
BOOTS ami SHOES,
Cliarlolle, N. C. 1 1 in
$50 TO WOO"'
Has boon invcs-'.ctl in ?lock Privileges ami
>al?l
<>00 ,S, PROFIT.
"iiuwiu wo it. \ i>ooK on Wall St., sen!
i-3C. TIJMMMIH1H Si CO.,
Hankers .v liroker?, - Wall si., N. V.
f II I A A Tl.o choicest in t lie world?
1. 1 JiVlO. Importers' pri? o? -Largest
Company in America?staple article?pleases'
jveryl)o?ly?Trade continually increasing?
AgcntM wain oil everywhere -hesi iinluconenfs
don't waste ?intc?poi? 1 for circular
o Uoijrut Wku,s, l:i Vesey St., N. V., 1'. ().
IJox 1287.
IKS WEEKLY SUN,.,:,..;
lo New Years, post paid, ?>0 cts. Address
"The Sun," N. V.
J0t Iflf > V \V I . I' Iv nfiitirdlilnoil t/. ????.! !?'??
V'JTiiinle Agent*, in their locality. Costs
yj I I NOTHING Jo try it. l'at-ticulars free
t ' l\ (). VIUKHRY & CO., Augusta, Me
I )SYOIIOM.\N( V, OR SOUL Oil ARMING.
JL Mow ci Mi or sex may fascinate niul gain
the love and affections of any person they
choose, instantly. ' ' is art all can possess,
free, by mail, for - "? ccnts ; together with a
Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Mints to Ladies, etc. 1,000,000 sold. A <"iueev I
book. I
A>Klrohs T. WILLIAM A CO., Pub' 1'hila.
C);*\ TO I 1H'1' ! Agents wanted.
t|)/wU All classes of working people,
of oil Iter sex, young or old, make more
money at work for us in their spare moments,
or all the time, than at anything else.
l*:irl iniliiry tVr*r*. Ail.lcnuu 4! QTlVvlMY x- i '< l
l'orllurn), Maine.
li?w N<>< *< ?>.
'1 lie Hlidersi((iieil, having rostimoil (lie prn<s
lice of law, will n'lend (lie Cuurirf <>n llifl 8(h
Judicial Cirouil. Ilusincss loll with Win. I'.
Ila^oeil, a I Pickens II.. will l?c promptly
UlUMldcd 10. J- w 11.111U1SUN.
1 J, 1*71.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
E. It. GRIFFIN,
?DEALER IN?
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
UOOTN, NIIOES,
Hardware, Etc.,
riOKENS 0. II., s. c.
NEW GOODS coming in every
day. We guarantee satisfaction.
Don't fail to call when in town, and
be convinced that you cau got
Goods Cheap.
'Srlc, WcIIn A Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an oflicc at Pickcns
ii.. S. will attend nrotmUlv to all business
left with 0. W, Taylor who may he always
found at their ollico tit Pickens ('. II., S. C.
One of the senior partners will always bo
present at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. i:. EARLE, \
0. ti. WELLS, f G. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. 0. l'ickens, S. 0. <
AlMTSOI'S SEWEinSSW"
cotton press.
Unrivalled for simplicity, speed, convenience
ami durability. Makes a 550 11>. bale
with one horse and only 18 rounds. Screw,
in ittciiOH uiameier ana iu leei long, For
circulars with description, testimonials ami
names of agents in the South, address .!. M.
ALUKKTflON, New London, (.'t.
WATERS1 HEW SCALE PIANOS
are I lie best made ; the touch elastic, and a
l tine singing tone, powerful, pure and even.
I Waters' ('oiiccrio Organ*
I cannot be excelled in ionc or beauty ; they
defy competition, tjic uoncerto siop is .1
tine Imitation of ihe Human Voice.
l'RICK KXTKKMBLV I.OW FOR CASH
during tills Month. Monthly In.slallmoKls
received; Piano* and Organs to Lei, and
Kent innnoy allowed if purchased. Secondhand
Instrument# AT GRKAT BARGAINS.
WJtfTl'll \ HKnral .1; . ?
Teachers, Ministers, Churches, Schools,
Lodges, ctc. Special Inducements (o the
trndo. Illustrated Catalogues Mailed. HORACE
WATERS & SONS, -181 Broadway, New
Vo\k, Hox 3,507.
FITS AND EPILEPSY
positively cured. The w^rst cases, of long|
est standing, by using Dr. Hebbard's CureA
bottle sent free to .ill addressing J. S. 1)ih.
niti:, PrugglM, ?l 1 6th Are-, N. V.
. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS^
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The Farmers' Friend.
If you have anything to 6ell, bring
it on !
If you want to buy anything, I
will 6cll it to you 1
If you don't see what you want,
nsk for it 1
If I have not what you want on
hand, I will send and get it for
you 1
Respectfully,
W. T. McFALt.
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Town Lots for Sale.
I will soli at Liberty Station, on th<* Air
Lin ltnilrond, in l'ickens county, 8. C.t on
THURSDAY, the 7tli day of October,
a number at valuable and desirable building
lots, to contain from one-fourth of an acre to
four acres each. The village will be situated
on a beautiful plateau of land, in one of
the healthiest sections of the State, and surrounded
by bold springs of excellent water,
and iii tl?o midst uf one of llic most prosperous
farming sections in the Stale'.
Terms?One third cash, one third in thrro
months, balance in ?iv months, with interest
from date, Purchasers to have the privilege
of anticipating any part or all the payment*.
Titles to Ijo cxecuieu but not delivered until
the whole of the purchase money is paid.
Purchasers to pay extra for papers. My
agents, Mr. Addis-on Hojfgs, Samuel Stewart
and S. M. Holconibe, residing at or near tlio
place, will lake pleasure in showing the lots
to any one wishing to purchase, A plat of
the town and lots will !>c exhibited on day of
salo. CAT 11A 1% INK TKMl'LKTON.
Sept. H, 1ST "?. 2 HI
W. E. IIOLCOMMS. U. A. C1IIL !>
Ilolt'oiube & Child,
A TTORXEYS A T LA W.
WILL PRACTICE in Circuit, Probnte, nn<l
Trnil Justice Court* of this 8tnte. A1 i
business entrusted to theni willreccivc prompl
attention.
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ATTOnSKY ANl>C0UX?KI.I.OJl AT
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
|)taciiccs in the Circuit <>wrl nn<l Courl o
I'robnlo for J'ickcn? ounty.
May 10 -12 (!in

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