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STATE OF SOUTH OAROL1NA,
Jl*iorknb County.
Court of Common Pious.
Bnylift W. Mansoll, Thomas Flotohcr hlun- |
sell, Ctfiwillw Hendricks and husband, J nines
B. Hendricks, Malinda A. Tlrigpou and hua^
band, Caleb Thigpeu, plaintiffs,
Againmt
James Basifcll, Robert Bowen, WilHini A.
Clyde, lfoury C. Brigga, Thomas W. Bipoks.
ueorge rt Brown, J nines ll. Uln/.oncr, Paschal
D. Curcton, Nancy A. Ureen, William
9. llramlctt, Alton J. Mauldin, llober> EN
lioti Ilolcombc, Washington 15. Hole* inbe,
William II. Ilolcombc, Thomas W. ltu Bsell,
OrlaodoC. Folger, Tho Allan (a ami lUchtnoud
Air Lino Railway Company, defendants.
Copy Summons for llclief
To the Heirs at Law of Tinsa Emma Johnson,
wife of Johnson, now decoaftcd?
names and numbers unknown, defendants
in this notion.
You arc hereby summoned and required to
answer tho complaint in this action, which
tuts been filed in tho oflicc of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Picas for said county! and
to Serve a copy of your answer on Iha subscribers
at (heir oflice, .11 the city of (ifrcenvillc,
S. C., within twenty days after the
scrvico of this summons on you, exclusive,
of the day of service.
If you fail to answer tins complaint within
he time aforesaid, the plnintius will aptfly to
the Court for the relief demanded in t'.e
complaint.
Dated Sept, 10, 1875.
? f; ' WlllTNKR & SVMMIitff
no8 Gwr Plaint ill's' Attorneys.
STATE OF SOUTTTbri&LIKA
County of Piokkns.
In Probato Court.
Stepben D. Keith as Administrator do tionis
non of Allen Keith, deceased, petitioner.
, , <i(4 Against
Margaret Edons and James Burdinc, Administrators
of Alexander Edcns, doeoased,
and others, defendants.
pnlilu'm 4v\tf a nnaim # ? ..
? voavtvu ?v? iivvwiiiii, *?vuvi, vv\- .
It Appearing to my satisfaction (hut Janio
M. E dens, ono of the defendants in tho
iiboyo case, resides out of aud beyond the
limits of this State.
On mot ion of A..lUytho and W. C Keith,
Keith, attorneys (or petitioner, it is ordered
that the Brtid "James M. Kdens do appear
At my office at l'icke'ns Courthouse, on Sutur
day, tho l'Jtli day of November, A. I). 1875,
to show cause, if any he can, why t lie prayer
of tho petitioner, now on tile in my office,
should not be granted, and upon iiis failure
to do so, his conseut will be entered upup record.
Oiven under my hand and seal of office thisOth
any of September, A. D. 1875.
I. II rillLl'OT,
bo3 IOw Judge of l'robnte.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF I'ICKKNS.
In tlio Probate Court.
Stephen I). Keith, as Administrator de bonis
non of Matthew Keith, deceased, petitioner,
' vs.
Margaret Kdens anil James Hurdind, as
Administrators of Aloxandcr Kdens, deceased*
unto their sureties James K. Ilagood aiw/ A.
J' Anderson ; Jatne* M. Kdens, as administrator
do bonis non of Alexander Kdens, tieceased,
and his sureties Margaret Kdens,
Sameui Kdens and Allen Kdens.
Petition for Account, Relief, &c.
It appoarlng to my satisfaction that the
defendant, James M. Kdens, reside out of
and beyond iiio mints of i-iiio L>i??:o.
On motion of W. 0. Keith and A. IJlythc,
attorneys for the petitioner, it is ordered
that the said James M. Kdcns do Appear at
my office in Pickens Courthouse, on the ji'.'th
day of November, A. 1). 1875, to show cmisf,
if any lie can, why the prayer of the potitioner,
now on tile in nty office, should not Ingranted,
and upon liin failure to do mo,' his
consent thereto will be entered of rcc< ? >1.|
Given under my hand and scat, of olHoe'lfcfe
9th day of Jeptember, A. D. 1ST."). ?
I. II. P1IILPOT,
no3 lOt Probato Judge.
HfOTIC.
I take this method of informing my friends
that I will be found in my olllee on each
SATURDAY, for lite purpose of transacting
any business that comcs under my juriadio
tion.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel mc to do absent in clliferent parts of
he county, I make this special appointment
lor the benefit of all concerned.
11. A. HOW EN,
no25-ly Scool Commissioner.
Tree ! Free ! Free !
i
THE PIONEER. j:
1
A handsome illustrated newnpapcr, con
taining information for everybody. Tell*
how and where to secure a iiomk cheap.
8k/it fork to am. parts or tiik woni.n.
It contains ttio Nkw Homestead ani? Tim
bkr Laws, with other Interesting rn iticr found
only in this paper.
> I 4 x \
f - J
SEND FOR IT AT OWE.
U will cost you a Postal Caii(>.. New
number for April just out. Address
O. P. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner U. P. R. It
Oil X u A V ?
r> 11" V . 1?V TT- r 7
l>r. tt. .1. (JillilaiHl
HAVING returned ami permanently louatc?l
at iMckcnsville, respectfully oil 11
liin I'rofcsaional sorvioon to Ihn citizcnx of llnu
vicinity un>l Burroumling country. ( inn
reniionntile.
May 9 41 I
MAPPMffl wanted to noil "The People's
A?aKiia Common Hense Medicnl Ad*
viBcr." It is (lie cheapest book ever publishod
: 885 pages, ovor 250 illustrations, $1.60
Thousands buy it at sight who could riot be
indncod to purchase tho high-priced books
treating of l'omestic Medicine. Unlike other
books sold through agents this work is thors
oughly advertised throughout North America.
This fact, together with the large sizej elo
gant appearance, and many new features of
the book, causes.it to soil moro rnpidlyi than
nuy work ever published in this country.
Those of my agents who have had experience
iu selling books, s.iy ihnt. in all theii* previous
canvassing ihey never mot with such
success or made so large wanes, as since
commencing the sale of my work. For termv
and territory, address (inclosing two postage
stamps and stating oxpericncc) 11. V. l'lcrcc,
M. 1)., World's IMapensar'y, Buffalo, N. Y.
Note. ? Mark 'envelope "For Publishing
Dep't."
m co?
NEW liONlMtSI,COSJT,,
Manufacturers of Cotton Gins, Cotton (Jin
Feeders. Condensers and (lotion tlin
rials of every description. Our Gins liavc
been in use thirty years, and linve nn established
reputation for simplicity, light running,
durability, and for quality and quan%
tiJ-y of lint .pj-qduccd. Our Feeder is easily i
attached totho Win, ana easily operated by
any hand ot ordinary intelligence. They arc
the simplest and cheapest Feeder in the ntar- j
k t and feed with more regularity than ispos- i
sihlo by biuiVl, in'otaasing the outturn and
giving a cleaner anil better sample. At all
Fairs whore exhibited and by Planters having
them in use, Ihey have been accorded the
liighost eneonjums. Our Oondeu^rs are well
made, durable aJ'd sirirdc in eonnirimtinn
uinl do what is required of them rapidly and
woll. No additional power in required to
drive tli?; Feeder or Condenser, and no (Jin
House is complete without tliem. We are
prepared to warrant, to any reasonable ex
tent, perfect satisfaction to every purchaser.
Circulars prices and full information furliistiftd;
Address as ftbove, or apply to
Julius Smith. Greenville S. c.
ALBERTSON'S SIBKEHT SCREW"
cotton press.
Unrivalled for simplicity, speed, convenience
and durability. Makes a ?ioO lb. bale
with ono horse and only 18 rounds. Screw,
10 inches diameter and IU feet loner. For
o - " " j
circulars with description, testimonials ami
names of agents in the South, address J. Rl.
ALliERTSON, New London, Ch
WATERS'
arc the heal made ; the lonch elastic, and a
line inging lone, powerful, pure and even.
Walcrs' C'onoorio Organs
cannot lie excelled in -lone or beauty ; they
defy competition. Tho Concerto Slop is a
fine Imitation of the Human Voice.
MUCK EXTREMELV LOW FOR CASH
hiring this Month. Monthly Installments
received ; l'ianos and Organs I?> Let, and
Rent tneney allowed if purchased. Secondhand
Instruments AT GREAT BARGAINS.
AGENTS WANTED. A liberal discount to
Teachers, Ministers, Churches, Schools,
Lodges, etc. Speciul Iii.lucemcnlo lo the
irmic. Illustrated Catalogues Mailed. HOHA<
i; W \ I'l'.KS .v, SO J,'3, 1^1 llroadway, New
Yoik, lJox 8,507.
m to lor
i /
Has boon invested in Slock Privileges find
1 lioo s, profit.
"llowt" |li It. ' A Hook mi Wall St., scut
Use. TUMilRlliOK & CO.,
liankors & I'rokt-rs, 2 Wall si., N. Y.
^"S^ I-T \ " The choicest. in the world ?
? 1 I Ji V Hi Importers' prices?Largest
Company in America-?staple article?plenaea
uvei j body ? Trade cent usually increasing ?
Agents wanted everywhere?-heat inducements?don't
waste time?send for circular
to lUtiiKitr Wkli.s, 48 Vcaey Hi., N. V., P.*0.
liox 1287.
IKE WEEKLY SUN columns,- from now |
to Now Years, post paid, GO cts. Address
"The Sun," N. V.
Am \ W'ir.K Tii ir.ir.tfMMl to Mhl( (1(1(1 Fft*
I I:?nlc Agents, in their locality. Costs
Uif I NOTHING to try it. Particulars froo
' 1'. (). VICKI'UY .S: CO., Augusta, Mo
P8VCI! >M\Ni!Y, OiJ KOLL CHARMING.
How either sox *111(1y fa-cinato ftiul gnin
I lie love ;ii: \ afl'ci'ions of any jutsoii llioj1:
( m o, i' i-.Ml;,-, 'j hi - lit all can jiohschk,
IV by mail, !?>r c n I ft ; together with a
Marriage Gui le, lljryptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to I.H'lii"', c'o. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
hook.
Address T. WILLIAM & CO., I'nb' Pliila.
ru ~ d?rw\ nor llliv ! A ffMll u uinn'nil I
v j M All ola.-ipctf of working pco*
ulc, of oiiltor aex, young or oM, make more
nouoy m work for ua in thoir spare mo?
neius, or nil the linic, tluin at nnylliing else,
'artioul am free. Address (J. ST1NSON <v. CO.
'orilund, Muiue.
wYjiiwrca, "
ATT<>HSF.Y ANI) 00VN9FMiOIl AT i.AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
? ^ri?rf iri-fl in tlm f'.imnf ??-i /1 ? '
mm v,ouri o"
JL l'robfttc for }'icken$ ounty.
Mny 1G. 4'2 (iin
Important to the
iiimI I*11 ant ei-H of ip]?cr
Month Carolina.
1,000 GltANGii FLOW STOCKS
KUK SALE.
Wo nro now j>rnpnrc(l Jo furnIhIi nny
ninoiint of IliOflfi Hlncks, A lid if upon (rial
l'lll'ir? s.ll
... ..... ( no will ? (.!- !
I'll ml uvury (loj)iu' pu'nl U8.
AH ovVictM'ri-tolvi-'l prior to (lio 1 hI. of Hcj? -
I?;n.'km will hi J !oiuplly filloil nl (hut linio.
I'lioc
n:i.v St nuo., I
in 10 -in Greenville, S. ('
V
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
i
N. F. liUItNlf AATB
TURBINE
WATER WHEEL.
Wns solcoled, 4 ycrirs ngo, nnd put to work
in tlie V. S. Vntcnt OUice, 1>. C., niul has
I'lUVU1* IU uu U1U v\jn (. 1 .? ? 1 I V h lliuuu. I I IUVB
lower than any other !iv?t-clus8 \Yhcet.
Pamphlet free.
Address N. F. WURN1IAM,
York, Pa.
NOTICE
Wo linvc just replenished our slock of mer
chundisc for llie full nnd winter trade.
Indies' and gentlemen's hats nnd dress
goods generally have received special attention.
*
Our Shoe Departments
La very full, amounting to nearly one thousand
dollars.
Our General Hloek
?
Comprises nearly cv^rything you arc lik< ly
to need and will be said very low.
Half Car .Load.
Of best Liverpool Salt on hand and fov sale
two dolluns per sack, which is
CIIEAPll
Than before the war. All nro respectfully invited
to call and see thcni.
Hester & Hester.
Central. S. C.. Oct. i!H. 1871.
Spvetllly rtirv'l l>v 1)1! IIKCK'S only known nwl
Mire Kvtnnly. NO OIIAKtiK for treatment
until enrol. Call on or luldrctw
Sr. J. C. BEOS, 112 John St,, Cincinnati, 0.
KBABsartr's
FLUID K XT ACT.1
B U C H U!
Tho only known remedy for?
?shhsets ?ass&sE,
And n jiostlivc remedy for
I GOUT. (JRAVK1,. STRICTURES. T>IAllETr.R
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DEBILITY,
DROPSY,
N'on-reienlion or Inconlincncc of Urine, Ivrilulion,
inliaination or Ulceration of
BLADDER & K DNEYS,
8 EBMATORRII(EA.
Lcncorrlicea or Wliito.H, Diseases of I lie Proslalu
Gland, Stone in (lie llladder,
Colcuhia Gravol or Rrickdnat Deposit and .Vu
cuu 01 .1/ilky Discharges*
KEARNEY'S
Extract Buchu
Permanently curca diaeasta of I lie
IS LA D I) Mi, KI ONE YS, A NI) DROl'SICA I.
S WELLING,
Existing in Men, Women ami Children,
\No Matter What the Ago
Prof. Steele nays : "One l?ollie of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Duchu if< worlli more than all
other llnchus combined."
Price One l)ollar per bottle, or six bottles
for Five Dollars.
Dopot, 101 Duano Street, New York
A I'liysician in attenilance to answer correspondent
and give advice gratis.
fligfScnd utamp for pamphlets, free"^fl
Sold by all Druggists.
Most lOx < l* o r<1 i n ary
Terms of Advertising are offered for Newspapers
in the State of SOUTH
CAROLINA.
Send for list of papers and schedule of rates.
Address,
Geo PEowell & 'o.Advertising'Agents.
NO. 11 PARK HOW, NEW YORK.
Refer to Editors of tliirt Paper.
TIME, BIT, AID
WONKY SAVED.
Dealers save Five,Ten and Fifteen
doilars per thousand on Cigars, and
get Tobacco at lowest figures, by ordering
troin
TERRY & SLAWSON,
Indian Girl Cigar Store,
COLUMBIA 8.C.
N. I>. Send lor Sampled.
DooiH 18 tl'.
FITS AND i:r!LKl*NY
posillvnly cm.'oil. Tlir? worst onses, of Ioiirohi
HiamliiiK, i?y uninp Dr. Hcbbard'n CureA
holllo hchi free l<> nil mMrcMHing J. S. l)iu,
ih.bk, Lriigg'M, HI I Glh Avo., N. Y.
#
Attsntion Merchants!
\ '
)
v,
J. ck \ . < Hie
Oconoc IiCnlli(>rr Hoot,
Hlioe ami ITlaiil'actiiriii^
Company, Wallialla, S. .
Will lake Hhleit and Skins at liberal
prices, in cxclmngc for
UAllNKKN and UPPElt
iEATlIKU,
Equal to any Northern tanning. Also, for
their celebrated homemade
BOOTS and SHOES,
j at moderate prices.
llidcs forwarded In ns t>v A5?? i n..:i
..J .... .....V mmroad,
direct. lo Sencca City.
j By Blue Ridge Railroad, <lircct to Wnlliallu.
i G. WANNER,
no38 3m 0. F1LSINGEU.
Grcenvi*e & Columbia R R
I SCHEDULE
ON and n.f-r FRIDAY, /lUGUST 28ih.
1874, thu PASSENGER Tit A INS on
j this Roail will he run ?a follows, daily, Sundays
excepted :
ur.
utiivc Columbia at 7.20 n m
j " Alston W.05 a m
" Newberry 10.31 a m
" Cokosbury 2.05 p hi
" Belton 3.50 p in
Arrive at Grecnvillo 5.30 p m
DOWN.
Leave Greenville at 0.30 a m
" Belton 8.30 a in
'? Cokesbury 10.13 a n
" Newberry 1.30 p n
' Alston 3.10 p n
nrrivo hi v/oiuinuia 6 00 p n
t^'Conncct ai Alston with Trains on ihc
Spartanburg and Union 11 ail road; connect at
Columbia with NightTrains on the Soiiih Car
olinii Itailroad up and down ; also with Train;
going North and South on (lie Charlotte, Co
luinhia and Augusta and the Wilmington, Co*
luuibia and Augusta ltailroads.
ABBEVILLE BRANCH.
Train leave A'bbeviiio at 3.15n ccnr.cc.'
ing with Down Train Irjm Greenville. Lea'
Cokesbury at 2.1f? p in., connecting with V ]
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Truir
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leoy<
Cokesbury at 11.10 a in., or on the arrival <
the Down Train from Greenville. Leave-' AS
I liovillo 111 1 aVlnnl/ n ?? - '*
... . ?V,.? j.. VUUUVOI-iUg Willi *
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH ANI) BulJif. 1 :I"
DIVISION.
DOWN.
Leave Wnlhalla at '>. > :
" Perry ville (> 4.3 n
" Pendleton 7.10 a m
" Anderson 8.10 a ni
Arrive at Helton at 11.00 a
Connecting with down train from Greenville
I UL\
j Leave Helton at H.f?0 p m
41 Anderson i.f>0 p in
I " l'cndlcton 5.f>0 p m
" Perryville u.35 p in
Arrive at W'alhalln at 7.1 5 p m
Accommodation Trains between Helton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Tlmrsdays and Saturdays,
Leave Helton at 0.50 a in., or on nrriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Anderson at. 2.00 p m., connecting with Up
Train from Columbia.
THOMAS DODAMEAD.
General Superintendent.
JAHEZ NORTON, General Ticket Agent.
Sept 10 If
Sclicdule.
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
GOING NOUTII ? KXI'ItKfS TItAlN.
Leave Ailnnla fi.00 p m
Leave Seneca Cily ] 1.61 p m
Leave Central 12.-12 a ni
Leave Kasley 1.12 a m
Leave Greenville 2.12 n in
//Cave .Vartanburg 6.00 a ni
/Irrivc at Charlotte 8.00 a in
GOING SOI Til?KXl'IICSS TRAIN.
Leave Charlotte 0.00 a m
Leave .Spartanburg ' 10.60 a in
Leave Grconvillo 12.!W p in
Leave Kasley 1.16 pm
Leave cut ral 2.00 p in
Leave Seneca Cily f>,48 p m
Arrive at Atlanta {t.18 p in
?AtuV.MNUUATION TRAIN *
Leave Allnnla 7 03 a m
Leave Scnccft Cily g.4? i. m
Leave en Ira I 0,07 a m
Leave, Eaaley 7.16 am
Leave Orccnville H-21 a in
Leave Spartanburg 11.00 a in
lrrivo at liarlotto o.OO j- m
(lOINU MOUTII?ACCOMMODATlON 11< AIN.
Leave liarlotte 3.13 pm
Leave Spartnnlmrg 8.30 p m
Leave Greenville 10.48 p m
Leave Easlcy 11.42pm
Leaveoal 12,51 a m
Leave Seneca Cily 1.01 a rn
Arrive at Atlanta 1..JH p n>
B V. SACK Eng. ti Supt.
liJiw Notice.
'llio underpinned, having resumed (lie practiccoflaw,
will attend the Courts on tlic8ili
Judicial Circuit, llusincss left with Win. E.
Hngood, at l'ickunu C. 11., will bo promptly
attended to. J. W. 1UU1USON.
Nov. 14, 1874.
SAWPIiE <fe A LKXA^lH Jt,
Manufacturers rm<l Jobbers of
M KN'S J JOYS' WOMEN'S,
BOOTS niul SIIOKB,
Charlotlo, N. C. 1 I in
Hendricks & Williams,
Eaulcy Station,
llavo on hand and (or snlo at low
piicos lor cael), a
Ocneral Assortment
Oi Goods to suit tiio tnucs, consisting
in part of
DllY G O ODS,
NOT 10 AS,
tfOOiS,
SI/OA S
IIA 13,
C'A PS,
V//17i/> H'yl A'A',
CROC RE It Y, d-C.
Also n Full Lino of
GllOCEU IES.
Ceo, ?, Ml&Co.
conduct an Agency for the I'ocoption of advertisements
for American Nkwsiwpkkh- the
most complete establishment of die kind in
the world. .Six thousand nkwsiwi'Kits kept
regularly on fdc. open to inspection I?y customers.
Every Advertisement is /oken at
the home price of the paper, without any niK
< t i t ion a t chaige or commission. An advertiser,
in dealing with the Angcncy, is saved
trouble and correspondence, making one contract
instead of of a dozen, a hundred or a
thousand. A Book of eighty page*, containing
lists of best papers, largest circulations
religions, agricultural, class, political, daily
and country pnpers, nnd all publications which
are specially valuable to advertisers, with
some information about prices, is sent Free
to a'?y address on application. Persons at
a dislanc nishing to make contracts for ad
. v. .......fj ... '? ,? v" J . VW""',' ' Wl
Territory ?>f the United States or any Dominion
of Canada, send a conci.iO statement ol
what I hoy want, together with a copy of tho
Advertisement tl?cy desire inserted, and
will rectivo information by return mail which
will enable them to decide. whether to inoretts;
or redu'-c the order. For tsttoh information
there is no ohnrgo. Orders are taken for u
single paper as well ns for n list : fsr a single
dollar as i\vidily as for n larger sum. Ofliccs
(Times iiuildiiig),
41 Park Row,HI
FAMIIjY
GROCERIES.
I have on hand and intend to keep con*
stanriy n general
Assort .incut
of Family Groceries, which will bo sold che.p
FOR CASH, sncli as l'.acon Flout*, Molasses
Ooflco, Sugar, and in ta-i every article nan-,
ally kept iis my lino.
1 also repair watches, clock h and jewe'ry.
Ordered : A lol of first rate jewelry, which
will he disposed of on the best of terms.
l'hotogr.iphs taken in the most approved
modern Btylo.
J. K. GLA7.KKEK,
EhhIov Station.
Arpl 23 :Vj * ly
TTo live 4?oo?l ait'liin
The Liver must he kept in order.
Sanford's Liver Iuvigorator
hns become a staple family medicine. Purely
vegetahly?C'it/tui (. and 'J'onit- fur all dcrangoinenis
of Liver, Miomaclt and Howe!1:1.
Will clear the complexion, cure iiuk headaclic,
vto. iS'hun Imitations.
Try Snnford'a Liver Iuvigorator.
r % ULATCILLKY'S
[II /r V\Lnproved C'UCL.MUKU
Ml [l' ^ ?) .VUOI) l'U.Ml'is tlicnc^wl
, /knowledge Stani>ari? of
'r?* ilie market, by popular
veidjoi, Hio bent pump for tlio cash
Hlatchley's Improved Itrnckct, the
( y' Drop Chock Valve, wbicli can be
V^yK^ withdrawn without disturbing the
joints, and the copper chamber
which nevev cracks, scales or rusts, ami will
last *; life time, for sr.le by Dealers and (lie
trade generally. In order to be suve that
you get Iilatchley's l'ump, be carclul and sec
that it lias my trade ninv': as above. If you
do not know where to buy; descriptive circulars,
together with the name and address of
the agent nearest you, will be promptly furnished
by addressing with stamp.
tllAS U, ltl,AT<BIJ,i:Y,
M a n it fa et ii rer,
25?0m jOLou niciiGrcc St., I'liilmlolpliia
Ac 'iuCanvaitiM Am\\
<j *
Wanted in every city anil district in (he State
of South Carolina to solicit for the
Mobile Life Insurance Co-,
OF MO BILK, ALA.
A Sound, Reliable nnd Progrcs- ivc Southern
Company.
Address, giving references,
11. M. FillKN1), .Secretary, Mobile, Ala.
' THE Um a HAMLIN OEGAN CO
Winners of THREE HIGHEST MEDALS
find DIPLOMA ?r HONOR. m Vienna.
]*7:J. au<l Paris, 1 H??7, now ofl'er the FI
NEST ASSORTMENT of the Best Cabinet
Organs indie World, including new
styles u it ii recent improvements not on I// <"*
ciusivchj jvr ctix/itn? foniicrly bn t also on New I
Plans of Easy Payments, 'ho niost favorable
ever ottered, ORGANS 11KNTKD Wl'l'll
l'KlVILI'.lU: or rniU'IlAHi:. to almost nnv
pari of tlie country. First payment $9.f>0 or
upwards*
ILLb'STKATKD CATALOGUES an.) Circularn,
with full particulars, sent free on re
quest. AtMress
Vinson A Jlauillpi Or^nn < o,
lloslon, New York or Chicago.
l?urlc, Wells ?V Taylor,
.Wlnvnaro un/1 f1 ^o 11 ~ ?i T
utl>ui?1 w" ??? vuuiioguuia ill/ XlllW
Having esfahliHhol an olfico at l'ickcns C.
II., S. will alIeml promptly to all hti8inc8H
left Willi t! W. Taylor who may ho always
fouii'l at Iholr ollico ft( I'icki iis II., S.
<?no of llio senior partners will always bo
present at ilio ('ourlu 10 insist with the businens.
?
W. 14. i:AIILB, \
G. 0. WiM.liS, ( '<; W. TAYLOR. .
. Greenville, ,V C ? Vicken?. S t\ !"i
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Encourage Rome Snterprue and Eomi People.
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DOORS, SASH AND BLIWDS
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Geo. S. Hacker,
CHARLESTON, S, C. ^
The only Carolinian engaaged in <hc man
ufneturo ot Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding.
und Turned Work in Charleston, 8. CV
Prices us low as any oilier house, find ttU
work lirst-clnss. no 29* iy 4
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X .1 JtlI1ft MiliU91;i
1875.
rnilK Excfeisc3 of tho First Term of thi?
.L School will commencc January 18th and tf
oixl Juno 4ih; the Sesoml Torm, July 6tl*
anil oml November tfHlv. Students entering
within two weeks after tHo commencement of
t lie Terms, will be chnrgcd for the if hole
term ; tliosc entering after this tiiWe, from the
time of entering. Henco, it is very imports
ant that students enter at tho commencement
iij tho Term that they may bo properly and
justly classified. m
Course of Study1'
RIM A U Y DEPARTMENT.
JUNIOR 01,ASS.
1st Term?Spelling, Websters ; Reading, 8ar?
gent's Series.
'2<l Term?.Spelling and Reading continued y
Primary Geography, Cornell's ; Mental A*
ritlimclic, Duvies: Exorcises in Wrltiug,
INTKRM F. 1)1 ATE CLASS.
1st Term?Geography continued; Introduce
tary English Grammar. Bullions j Heading
continued; Elements of Written Arithmetic,
Davios; Exercises inMVriling.
2d Term?Intermediate Geography completed; ^
Analytical English Grammar, Bullions; Elrti.w.rttu
Uf-In ? *
. V...W...O u. >1 mien Arunmeiic completed;
Primary U. .S. History, Qwtckcnboa; B*?
erciscs in Writing.
SENIOR CLASS.
1st T;rm?English Grnmmar completed Phyo8i
;,?1 Ueograpliy, Wnvren's. Ooromon School
Arithmetic, Davies ; Analysis of Words;
Towns.
2d Term?Analysis of English LftnfttiAge, ^jf
Greene's; Arithmetic coniiimed ; Smaller
Composition, (Jtuiokcnbos; Higher U. 8
History, .Stephens'.
PUKPAKATOllY DKPMITME NT.
JCNIOn CLASS.
1st Term I.ntin Grammnr Bullions; Latin Reader,
lisdlicr.r; Elementary *!??brtv, Dfcvia ,
History of England, Mnrkham's.
2d Term?.Six Hooks of Ctosai, Bullions; Analysis
of I.ntin Sentence, Arnold's
Latin Hook ; Greek Grammar, Bullions;
Greek Header, Bullions'; P.leincninrr Airebra,
completed; NnuiralPhilosophy, Qu&?k
cnbos,
lNTKKMKTUATK CLASS.
1st Term?Six books of Yirgil, Anthon s
ii. ii ?.i? ?
Mciiwr, uompieieti; I'laln Ucometry
Looniis; Higher Composition and Rhetoric
Qnackcnhos; Kendriok' Greek Ollendorff; ^
:M Term?Salhist's Cataline & Jngurtha, AuI
lion's; Xenophon's Anabasis, Anlhon'pj
Higher Algebra, commenced; Robinson's
New University; Solid and 8pheric?l Geometry,
completed; Chemistry, Vouman a
SF.^IOR CI-A83.
lot Term - Cicero's Selcct Orations, Anthon'a
Xenophon's Memorabilia of &ocrAtes; An-?
j (lion's; Trigonometry and Surveying, Loo
mis; ilomau iliMOijr, Aiuum'o, Li>t!u Prcii
Composition, Arnold's.
*2?l Term?Anihon'8; Six books of Homer'a
Iliad, Ambon's: Greek Prose OoinpMition
Arnold's: algebra completed, Astronomy,
Iirocklesby'a ^
The above conrso will prepnro can
didates lot- admission into tho Sopno,
moiik Class of any of our Southorn
| Colleger. .Students, who do not stand
a satisfactory examination upon th
several studies ol cneh class, ill nc
be allowed tho privilege to advanco to
the next higher, but bo rotaincd in
such class, till all tho studies of it b?
satisfactorily completed.
Ti ition ok Prima it y Dki>art*>knt
I'KH ThllM. ^
Junior Class, - - SIO.GO
Intermediate Class, < 12.50
Senior " > . )5.00
Preparatory Department, 20.00
No deduction will bo made for lost
..xtuja mini i>rmongeu siolrnoss.
Monthly* reports of punetulity, doportment,
and recitations in ouun study,
will bo furnished parents.
J. II. CARLISLE, PrincipalDec.17.
17 tf ^
l)#tler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
I AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
8* ?
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Of *>
THE STATE AND OF THE UN1TJM>
STATES.
Sept '28 10 tf
\IlSOLUTK DIVORCES OBTAINED
. from Courts of different St rites far desertion,
&c. No publicity required, tfo
clmrgc until divorce grunted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
10 Orn 101 Itrondwny, N. Y.
J HA^OOD,
A T T (>UNKY? AT LA W, ?
ipjiiilM? ? W*
T\Tll-l. (vivo tlicir ftlteution to the Practice
VV and to tho CqUcoUqB of I'fnsiona,
Bounty Land and all othuv Cliwnff.
J. .1. NORTON, J. B. HAOOOD,
WnlhnlU, H. C, l'ickpnu, S, Q.
1 July'J7lh 1871. 1 W.

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