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STATE OF SOUTH CAK JLINA.
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COVNtY OF PICKENS.
In the Probate Court.
Stephen D. Koith, as Administrator de bonis
?oo of Matthew Keith, deecased, petitioner, j
y?. ,
Margaret Edens and James Durdine, nn 1
Administrators of Alexander Edena, dcceasednnto
their enretiea James E. Ilagood and A. '
J' Anderson ; James M. Edons, na adminia^
Mt?r de bonis son of Alexander Edena, demm*1,
??d his enreties Margaret Edena,
Vameul Edons and Alien Eden*.
Petition for Account, Relief, Ac.
U appearing to my satisfaction that the
4efendant, Jnmen M. Edena, reside out of
hd beyond the limits of this Slate.
On motion of W. O. Keith and A. Illy the,
attorneys for the petitioner, it is ordored
that the said Jamoo M. Edena do nppoar at
my office In pickena Court honae, on tlie 10th
day of November, A. D. 1875, to show cause, I
If any ho can, why the prayer of tlio pctiti-1
oner, now on nto in my oince, should not bo
grunted, nnd npoti his failure to do ho, his
consent thereto will be entered of record.
Given under my hand nnd seal, of oflicu this
Oth day of Jeptembcr, A. D. 1875.
1 II. PIIILPOT,
no3 lOt Probate Judge.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Pickens County.
Court of Common Pleas.
Baylis W. Mnnscll, Thomas Fletcher Mancoll,
Camilla Hendrioks and husband, James
B. Hendricke, Mnlinda A. Thigpon and linsband,
Caleb Thigpen, plaintiffs,
Against
James Baswoll, Hobert Uowcn, William A.
uiyae, iioury v. lmggs, Thomas w. Urooks.
Georgo N. Brown, James H. Gluzener, Paschal
D. Curcton, Nancy A. Green. William
3. Brnmlett, Allen J. Manldin, Robert, Elliott
Ilolcombe, Washington E. liolcombu,
William II. Holoombe, Thomas W. Russell,
Orlando C. Folger, Tho Atlanta and Richmond
Air Line Railway Company, defendants.
Copy Summons for Relief.
to the Ileirs at Law of Tinsa Emma Johnion,
wife of Johnson, now deceased?
names and numbers unknown, defendant!)
in this action.
You are hereby Bumtnoncd and requ:.i?d to
answer tho complaint in this action, vrhich |
has been filed in tho office of the Clerk of I ho
Court of Common Plens for said county, and
to Serve a copy of your answer on the sub oribers
at their office, in the city of Greenville,
8. C., within twenty days after tho
service of this summons on you, exclusive
of tho day of sorvico.
If you fail to answer tins complaint within
fcho time aforesaid, the plaintiffs willappty to
he Court for tho relief demanded in tho
AAmnUliki
Data! <Sfcpt, 10, 1875.
WIllTNER & 8YMME8,
no3 6w Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
STATE OF BOUTI1 CAROLINA.
Couimr o? Pickkn#.
In Probate Court.
Stephen D. Keith as Administrator do bonis
nob of Allen Keith, deceased, petitioner.
Against
Margaret Edonu and Juraos Burdine, AdmiuUtrators
of Alexander Eduns, doteased,
and others, defendants.
Petition for Account, Relief, &e.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Jamcr
M. Edens, ono of the defendants in the
above ease, resides out of and beyond the
limits Of this uitiiO.
On motion of A. ltlytho and W. C Keith,
Keith, attorneys for petitioner, it is ordered
(that the said James M. Edens do appear
at my office at'Pickens Courthouse, on ftitur>
day, the lUth day of Novembor, A. 1). 1876,
to show eausc, if any he can, why the prayer
. i.? o
vi nig jjovuiunui, nun ui4 mo in my omoo,
should not bo granted, and upon lii.i failure
to do bo, bin oonuont will bo entered upon rc~
oord. i
Sivcn under my hand and seal of ofiice thiaOth
day of 8eptomber, A. I). 1B76.
I. II. PIULPOT,
no3 lOw Judge of Probate.
Free ! Free ! Tree !
ITUP DTAATl?T?n
JL JLJLJLU I lUi^l UPJII,
A handsome illustrated newspaper, containing
information for everybody. Tells
kow and where to secure a home cheap.
Bmht vrkk to all vakts or tiis would.
It contains the New IIomksikad and Tinbkr
Laws, with other interesting matter
found only in this paper.
oxijnu 11 AT UJM* Jti.
It will cost you ft Postal Cakd. New
number for April just out. Address
O. F. DAVIH,
Land Conitninaiouer U. 1'. 11. R
Omaha, Nkii.
Or. K. J. Oillilan<l
HAVINO returned ond permanently located
at I'ieken?villo, respectfully oft'srs
His Profession*! services to the citizens of (hat
ttleiait/ and surrounding country. Charges
MMiakM.
Way 9 41
Butler & McBee.
ATTCBWEY8 AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EUUITY.
MKHVILLR, S* ?
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB C0URT8 01
TUB STATE AND OF TUB UNITEI
BTATE8.
8cj>4 2? >0 tf ,
flflftV AflfctfW to sell The People'#
fivUft AWWii Common Hcnse Medical A<jU
viscr." It is the cheapest book over publish*
ed : 88ft pages, over 250 illustrations, $1.50
Thousands buy it *t sight who could not be
indnccd to purchase the hiffh-nriccd books
treating of Domestic Medicino. Unlike other
books sold through agents this work is thor-,1
oughly advertised throughout North America.
This fact, together with the large size, elo
gant appearance, and many now features of
the book, causes it to sell more rapidly than
any work ever published in this coontry.
Those of my agents who have had experieuoo
in selling books, say that in all their p^ovious
canvassing they nover met with suoh
success or mado so large wagOB, as sinco
commencing the sale of my work. For term?
and territory, addrosa (inclosing two postage
stamps and stating experience) 11. V. Pierce,
Si. 1)., World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
Nolo.?Mark envelope "For Publishing
Dep't."
TjjywMcoTian ta C;
fr H
NEW L03vi?0x,?!0^1?.,
Manufacturers of Cotton Clins, Cotton Oin
Feeders, Condensers and Cotton Gin Materials
of every description. Our Gins havo
been in use thirty years, and have an established
reputation for simplicity, light running,
durability, and for quality and quantity
of lint produced. Our Feeder is easily
attached to tlie Gin, and easily oporatcd by
any hand of ordinary intelligence. They are
he simplest and cheapest Feeder in the market
and feed with more regularity than is possible
by hand, increasing the outturn and
giving a cleaner and better sample. At all
Fairs whoro exhibited and by Planters having
them in use. tliov havo been accorded the
highest cncouiums. Our Oondenfiors are well
made, durable and simplo in construction,
and do what in required of them rapidly nnd
well. No additional power is required to
drivo tlio Feeder or Condenser, and no Oin
House is completo without thein. We are
prepared to warrant, to any reasonable extent,
perfect satisfaction to every purchaser.
Circulars, prices and full information furnished,
Address as nbovo, or apply to
Julius C Smith. Greenville S- C.
Advertises Utc
!
A JOURNAL OF INFORMATION
FOR Al)\ URTISERS. EDITION,
0,000 COPIES. PUBLISHED
WJsisivLY. TERMS, 52 PER ANs
NUM, IN ADVANCE.
FITR 8PKOIKBN C0PIK8 (DIFFRRKNT
DA TICS) TO ONE ADDRB66 FOR 25 CT8.
Office No 41 Park Row. New York
GEO-P ROWELL & CO ,
Editors and Publishers
NAJIPLi: & ALEXANDER,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
MEN'S BOYS' WOMEN'S,
ROOTS and SHOES,
Cliarlotto, N. C. 1 lm
"limoii'rmi scesw
cotton press.
Unrivalled for e$!?p!i(?ity, spec', ?wnience
and durability. Makes a 550 lb. balo
with one horse and only 18 rounds. Screw,
10 inches diameter and 10 feet long. For
circulars with description, testimonials and
names of agents in tho South, address J. M.
ALUERTSON, New London. Ct.
waters' new scale pianos '
(aro the best made ; the touch elastic, And ft
fine singing tone, powerful, pure and even.
WatorN' i'onccrto Organs
cannot be excelled in tone or beauty ; they
defy competition. Tho Concerto Stop is a
fine Imitation of tho Human Voice.
PIUCE EXTREMELY LOW FOR CASH
during (liia Month. Monthly Installments
received; Pianos ami Organs (o Lot, and
lteli( money allowed it purchased. Secondbaud
Instruments AT QKKAT BARGAINS.
AOBNTS WANTKD. A litiernl discount (o
Tenehcrs, Ministers, Churches, Schools,
Lodges, elc Special In Iuoements (o (lie
trade. Illustrated Catalogues Mailed. HORACB
WATBUS & SONS, -1*1 Broadway, New
York, Box !i,607.
NOitTOJV As ifiA(;?o?r
ATTOliNKYS AT LAW,
pasi&i&sss s. ?
TX71LL j^ivc (heir attention (o (he I'rnclict
VV and (o the Collection of l'ensionB,
Ltounty Land and all other Claims.
J. .) NOIITON, J K II AO OOP,
Wulbiillu, S. C, Pickens, S, C.
July 27lh 1871. 1 IfFAMI1Y
GROCERIES.
I have on hanu aud intend to kocp con*
stftntly a general
AsNorimciil
of Family Groceries, which will be sold cheap
FOU CASH, such na ISaoon. Flour, Molausos
Coffee, Sugar, and in fuct every article ubu*.
ally kept in my line.
J also repair watches, clocks and jewelry.
Ordered: A lot of first rule jewelry, which
will he disposed of on the best of terms.
Photogrnphn taken in Iho mo&t approved
modern style.
J. K. OLAZBNEK,
Ensley Htntion.
1 ..-.1 no
qj '7
HUSBAND'S
Calcined Magnesia.
Is free front uii|>lctiMin tur if, or rough dchs fo
tV.o lonco or pniftte, In 0110 third tIto doao of
com mod mnguodti* it relieves Kick headache
Hour stomacTi, cogtivne ?, ai' i >l)?m J.., -o0
of tho hioiii:ic)i itild .bowote, Tb?t wovldu lair |
Medal mid Four Find prinjum Silver medals
awarded it as the bent iu the market. For
gate by druggigtt and country ntorckeoper,
?ml >>y T, J, iluuband, Jr, I*hiladelphla, P?(
555?
Mouth Carolina.
1,000 GfcA&GE PLOW STOCKS
ITOlt SALE.
Wo mre now prepared to furnish hiy
amount of these Stooka, and if upoti trips)
entire sAtisfaotlou lis net given, We will refund
every dollar paid us.
All orders reeeiVed prior to the 1st of September
will be promptly filled <ftt that time.
Prlco *8.00.
CELY & BRO.,
no-fG 2m Oroenviile, 8. C.
NOTICE
Wo have juut replenished our stotk of raereliandiBe
for thfe fall and *iuter trade.
Ladles' and pentleroen's hats and dress
goods generally have received special atteu
lion.
Our Shoe 'Department
Ih very full, amounting to nearly ono thousand
dollars.
Our General Mock
Comprises nearly everything you ore liluly
to need and will bo sold v?ry loir.
Half Car Load.
Of best Liverpool Salt on hand and for sale
two dollars per sack, which is
CHEAPR
Than before the war. All aro rcspeolfully invited
to call and sea them.
Hester & Hester,
Central, S. C.. Oct. 28, 1874.
npiiiM*
III 1U ill Intemserance
Sneodtly cured by DK. IIKOK'8 only known and
i,uro Remedy. NO ?'IIA HUE for treatment
Until curcd. Call ou or addrow
El.J.O. BMfc. 1U John 5t, Olndttaitt, 0.
KBARHSLY'?
fluid extact;
B U C H U!
Tho only known remedy forj
And & positive remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, 8TRIOTURE8, DIABETES,
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DEBILITY,
DROPSY,
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urint, initation,
Inflnmation or Ulceration of
BLADDER & K DNEYS,
8 ERMATOKRIKEA.
Lencorrhoen or Whites, Diseases of the Prostate
Gland, Stono in the Bladder,
Coloulus OrnYcl or Driokdust Deposit and Macua
or Jtilky Discharger
KEARNEY'S
extract tfucnu
Permanently curcn diseases of the
UL A DD 7?,K1 nKKVS. A ND DROTSICAL
8 WELLING,
Existing in Men, Women nnd Children,
J9No Mftttor What the Age
Prof. Hteele snjrs ffc"One bottle of Kearney's
UI..I4 T1 1 U tl. it .11
rium r<Ainiui muwiu in wunn muru uinu an
other Buohus combined."
Price One Dollar per bottle, or eU bottles
for Five Dollar*.
Depot, 104 Doano Streotj Now York
A Physician in flttendaneo to answer correspondence
and givo advicc gratis.
5&ySend stamp for pamphlets, frco"^#
Bold by all Druggists.
Moat Extrordinary
Terms of Advertising ftra offered fnr Nnwii.
papora in tho State of SOUTH
CAROLINA.
ye ml for lint of papers and schedule of rates.
Address,
Goo PRowell!& Co, Ad verti?ingf Agents.
NO. 41 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
ucicr 10 r.uuora or thia l'apcr.
~W TO $10,000
11 as beta invested in Stock l'rivilcgea and
paid
900 <?& PROFIT.
iiowtouo it." A lfooic on Wall St., sent
frac. TUMBRIDGB A CO.,
Bankers & Broker*, 2 Wall Ht., N. Y.
frilil A ?Ti?? choicest in the world?
JLJCJxVO* Importers' prices?Largest
Company in Amerioa?atopic article?please*
everybody?Trade continually increasing?
Agents wanted everywhere?boat inducements?don't,
waate time?sr ud for circular
to UoRKltT Wf.ii.s, 43 Vesey St., N. Y., IV 0.
Box 1287.
\BROLUTI-: DIVORCES OBTAINED
. from Courts of different States for desertion,
&o. No publicity required. No
charge unJjl divorce granted, Address.
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
40 6tn 104 Broadway, N. V.
"'I i i1 I ' " l\9$mmSSmSmSSm
A Until Ml UmnUila !
Awuuyu MWHWlig i
-M / : )T 'I /
%i n, \( j( i
Mii-n .
The Ocoiaee Le?i)i?r, B*ot,
SBM JfflStra
) V 4 ? # t4 # i i t (f * 1
' , i i # i - ? .? i a
Will lake Hide* and Skina at liberal
priccs, in exchange for
1IARITKSID find VPrER
LKATUKU,
Equal to any Northern tanning. Also, for
their celebrated homemade
BOOTS and SHOES*
at moderate priccs.
Hides forwarded to us by Air Lino Unilroad,
direct (o Seneca City.
By Blue Ridge Railroad, dircct (o Wal
balta.
0. WANNER,
no38 3in G. FILSINGER.
Greenvilc & Columbia R R
SCHEDULE
and a.f?r FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th,
1874, tho PASSENGER TRAINS on
thie Road will ho run as follows, daily, Sundays
exccptod:
UP.
utave Columbia at 7.20 a m
" Alston 9.05 a nj
" Newberry 10.31 a m
41 Cokesbury 2.05 p m
14 Bellon 8.50 p m
Arrive nt GreonTille 6.30 p in
DOWN.
LoftTe OrcenTille at G.80 a m
41 Bolton 8.30 s ui
44 Cokesbury 10.13 a it
41 Newberry 1.30 p or.
aihiou 3.iu p m
Arrive at Columbia 6 00 p m
J5fejj?-Connect at Alston with Trains on thf
Spa nanburg anil Union Railroad ; connect at
Columbia with Night Trains en ta-i South Car
olina Kaitroad up and down ; also with Trains
going North and South on the Charlotte, Columbia
am! Augusta and the Wilmington, Cos
lutnbia^nd Augusta Railroads.
ABPF-VIM.E DRANCII.
Train leave Abbeville at 9.16 am., coanoof
ing with Down Train frara Greenville. Leati
Cek esburj at 2.16 p m., connecting with U|
I Train fro'nt Columbia. Accommodation Train,
Moudaya, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leayr
Cokesbury at 11.16 a in., or on the arrival 0'
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Abbeville
at 1 o'clock p. Ei., connoting with (Jf
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND BWJK T tl/fl
DIVISION.
nriww
Lean WalhalU at 6.' t . t
" rcrryville fi.'+S u ft.
" I'oudleton 7.10 am
?? Anderson 8.10 a m
Arrive at Iiollon at 9.00 a
Connecting with down train from Greenville
ur.
Leave Bolton a?. . 3.50 p m
" Anderson 4.59 p m
" 5.50 d m
" ' Perryville 6.35 p m
Arrive at Walhalla at 7.15 p m
Aocomraodation Trains between Delton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Haltir*
days, Loave Helton at 9.50 <\m., or on arrival
of Down Train from Greenvillo. Loave
Anderson at 2.00 p m., conneeting with Up
Train from Columbia.
TIIOMAS DODAMEAD.
JABEZ NORTON, Gen?rikTirck?rAge'ut.
Sept 19 0 9 If
Schedule.
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
GOINO NORTH ?BXPREtB TRAIN.
Leavo Atlanta 0.00 p tn
Leave Seneca City 11.51pm
Leave Central 12.42 a m
Leavo Kasley 1.12 am
Leavo Greenville 2.12 a m
Aeave .Sartanburg 6.06 a m
Arrive at Charlotte 8.0G a m
OOIKO HOt'TII?KXrRKSH TRAIN.
Leave Chariot to 6.00 a m
Leave Spartanburg 10.60 a m
Leave Greenville 12.33 p m
Leavo Easley 1.15 p m
Leavo ent rol . 2.00 p m
Leavo Seneca City 2.18 p m
Arrive ut Atlanta 9.18 p in
OOIKO NORTH?ACCOMMODATION TRAINLoavo
Atlanta 7.03 a m
Leave Seneca City G.4B p in
Loavo entral 6.07 a m
Leave Kasloy 7.16 n m
Leave Greenville 8-21 r. in
Leave Spartanburg 11.00 a m
Arrive at harlotte <>.00 p m
flOINtl SOUTH?ACCOMMODATION THAIS.
Leave harlotte 3.18 p in
Lonve Spartanburg 8.HU p tn
Leave Greenville 10.48 p in
Leave Kasiey 11.'12 p m
Le a ve eat 12,61 a in
Leave Seneca City 1.61 a ro
Arrive at Atlanta 1.18 p m
D Y. SAGE Eng k Supt.
WOTIceT
1 take this method of informing my friends
that 1 will be found tn my oflic? on each
SATURDAY, for (he purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jtirisdiotion.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel me to bo absent in different parts of
the county, I make this special appointment
.i... i r.i ?ii ?
?u? I no uvurui Ui Wil UUIIUUI IK''!.
It. A. nOWEN,
no'261 y ' Hcoi>i Commimioner
TBS W K
to New Yearn, post paid, 60 cto. Address
"The Sub," N. V.
^
Colonial*, Kmlgraato and |
Traveler* Went ward.
For map circulars, condensed limo tablcn
and general information ih rcRnrd to tra&a?
portntion facilities to all points iu Tennessee,
Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado,
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah an?l J
California, apply to or address Alukht 1).
WnKNN, General Emigrant Agont, Offioe No.
2 H. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Qa.
No on* should go West without first getting
In communication with the General
Emigrant Agent, and beoomt informed as to
superior advantages, cheap and quick trans*
portntion of families, household goods, slock,
and farming implements generally.
All information cheerfully given.
W. L. DANLEY,
no8 Om 0. P; ft T. A.
Lnw Notice.
The undersigned, having resumed the prac
lice of law, will attend the Conrls on tho 8th
Judicial Circuit. Business left with Wm. K
llagood, at Pickens C. II., will bo promptly |
attended Jo. J. W. II.4HIUSON. *
. Not. 14, 1871. ^
Geo. P. Ml & Co.
conduct an Agoncy for tlic reception of advertisoments
for Anicricau NEWBrAi'KRa?the
moat complete establishment of the kind in
the world. Six thousand Nkwspapkbs kopt
regularly on file, open to inspection by cua- ?
tomers. Kvcry Advertisement is faken at o
the home price of the paper, without any ad*
clitionri chaige or commission. An ndvertis- i
or, in dealing with the Angbncy, is saved
trouble and correspondence, making one con- 1
tract instead of of a dozen, a hundred or A
thousand. A Book Of eighty pages, containing
lists of best papers, largest circulations f
religions, agricultural, class, political, daily
and country papers, Mid all publications which <
arc specially valuable to advertisers, with r
Dome information about prices, iu sent Free 1
to a*iy address on application. Persons at t
a distance wishing to make contracts for ad- I
verlising in nny town, city, county, State of t
Territory of the United Slates or any Domin- i
ion of Canada, send a concise statement of <
what they want, together with a copy of the j
Advertisement they desire iuserted, and
will receive information by return mail which
will enablo thorn to decide whether to incroaso
or reduce the order. For such information
there is no charge. Orders are taken for a
single pnpcr as well as for a list : f?r ft single
dollar as readily as for a larger sum. Offices !
(Times Duiltling),
41 fork fiow.N.?.
To live Clood licitH
Tlio Liver must bo kepi in order.
Sanford's Liver Invigorator
has become a staple family medicine. Purely
vegetably?Cathartic and Tonic?for all derangements
of Lirer, Stomach and lionet*.
Will clear the complexion, euro sick-lieadache,
&o. .S'inin Imitations.
Trv Hanford'n Liver IimiffnniAr
BLATCHLEY'S
@ v\In,rrt>Te(1 CUCUMBER
I? K Ij.VOOD PUMP is theac\A.
ft) knowledge Standard of
I ho market, by popular
verilici, tho bent pump for (he oAsh
money. Attention is invited to
Blatchley's Improved Bracket, tho
Drop Cheek Vnlvo, which can bo
withdrawn without disturbing tho
joints, and tho copper chamber
which never cracks, testes or rusts, nod will
last n life time. For sule by Dealers and the
t? 1 -- i. k. tk.i
irnuo generally, in orucr iu or ouro iijhi
you ret Blatchlsy's Pump, be careful aud nee
that it has my trade mark as above. If you
do not know where to buy; descriptive eiseulars,
together with the name nnd address of
tlie agent nearest you, will be promptly fnrnished
by addressing with stamp.
4 11 AH U. BLAT IILKY,
]!I ail 11 facl rarer,
25-0ra 50Loromcn6rce St., Philadelphia
. tti?# Csttiniie hmii
Wanted in every city and district in tho 3tato
of Bouth Carolina to solicit for the
Mobilo Life Insurance Co-,
OF MOBILE, ALA.
A8ound, Reliablo nnd Progressive Southern
Company.
Address, giving references, *
11. M. F1UKND, ?Secrotary, Mobile, Ala.
TUP If A MM 9 DAIITIM ABAAtf Art
tuft wAiivti a UAMMH w
Winners of THREE HIGHEST MEDALS
and DIPLOMA of HONOR, "t Vienna,
187H, and Paris, 18(i7, now olfer tho FI
NEST ASSORTMENT of the Best Cabinet
Organs in (lie World, including now
Btylcs with reccnt improvements nil only exclusively
fur cash.nn formerly but also on New
Plans of Easy Payments, the most favorable
ever ottered. (jfltUANU RENTED WITH
PRIVILEOE OF I'U 110IIABE, to almost any
part of the country. First payment $'.).50 or
upwards'
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES and Circulars,
with full particulars, sent freo ou ro
quest. Address
Mhi.soii A Hamlin Organ Co,
boston, New York or Chicago.
| TIE, MOO
jvh?nx;y savdd.
Dealers ssvo Imvo, Ton and Fifteen
dollars per thousand on Cigars, and
get Tobacco at lowest figures, by ordering
from
PERRY & SLAWSON,
Indian Girl Cigar Store,
COLUMBIA 8. C.
N. B. Send lor Samples.
Dec 24 18 tf.
ICtirlc, Wells A Taylor,
Attorneys und Counsellors at Law
Having established an office at Pickens C.
II., S O., will attend promptly to all business
left with 0. W. Taylor who may bo always
found at their officii at Pickens (! 11., t>. C.
Ono of tho senior partners will always b?
present at the Courts to assist with I lie buslJtCPS.
W. E. EARLE, \
0. O. WELLS, { 0. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. C. Piokcnd, 8. C
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The only Carolinian engaaged in Ihfr tMt??
ifacture of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Monldin*!
ind Turned Work in Charleston, 8. U
1'riccB as low ns any other house, ?nd tl
vork first-class. no 2Hy
I'lCKKWH HIOII SCHOOL. '1 '
IS 79.
rlli: Excrclsos of tho'First Tern of tikis
School will coinmcnco Jannary 18th ud
>nd Juno 4th ; the Sccond Term, July 6th m
inj enu November 1'Jth. students Mitring
irithin two weeks after the commencement of
ho Terms, will be charged for thi Whole
crin ; thoso entering nfter ibis time, from the
ime of entering, llence, it in very import"
ml thnUtitudenlH enter ut the cemmontfemcut
ij the Term that they may be properly ?nd
matly classified.
Conrso of Study- m
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT.
JUNIOR CLASS.
1st Term?Spelling, Websters ; Reading, 8er? ^
gent's Series.
2d Term?Spelling and Reading con tinned ;
Primary Geography, Cornell's ; Mental A?
rithmetio, Davies; Exercises in Writing.
1 NTKI1MKDIATK CLASS.
1st Term?Geography contfnwod; Inlf?l??
lory Kuglish Grammar. Bullions; K?Uii|
continued; Elements of WritUa ArilWenttr,
Davies; Exorcises in Writing.
2d Term?Intermediate Geography completed; *
Analytical English Grammar, Bnllionh ; Elements
of Written Arithmetic completed ; %
Primary U. 8. History, QnboliMif^i;
eroises in Writing.
fl E.HI OR CLAM.
1 si Tirm?English Gramfinfr completed
ni isl Geography, Warr4?*?, Osnmi School
Arithmetic, Davies ; Analysis of Wor4ej
Towns.
2d Term?Analysis of English L?ng?%g?,
Greene's; Arithmetic continued ; Smaller
Composition, Quackenboo; Ktffcor V. '8 "w
History, Stephens'.
PREPARATORY PSP4KTMK HT.
JUNIOR CLASS.
1st Term Latin Grammar Bullions; Latin Bolder,
Bullion?; Elementary Algebra, Dttjla ,
minorj 01 r.ngmna, Ntrkksm'l.
2d Term?Six Books of Cio?ai, Balliofts; k?nlyaiu
of Lnlin Sentence. Anitld'i ii?^H
Lntin Book ; Greek Ornraasr, Bullions;
Greek Bender, Bullions'; ElemenlMyAlfe*
bra, completed; NnturaU'hiloftophy, Q?*ek
enbM,
JRTRRK RPIATR CMH. _
1st Term?Six books of Virgil, A*t)ie? "
Ore* k Render, completed; Plain tfeoasfctrjr
Loomis; Higher Composition and Kkefctio
Quackenbos; Kondrick* Greek Ollendorff;
2d Term?Snllusl's Calaline & Jugur'.ha, Antlion's;
Xenopbon's Anabasis, Aathon'e; jr
Higher Algcbrn, commenced; Rvbihttl'i
New University; Solid and Spherical
omctry, completed; Chemistry, Tonani
MKNIOR CLASS.
1st Term?Cicero's Select Orations, Anthen'a
Xenophon's Memorabilia of ?o6rates; An*
thon'ii; Trigonometry and Surveying, Loo
mis; ltomnu History, Arnold's; Latin Tret*
Composition, Arnold's.
2d Term?Anthon's; Six books of HAm*!
Hind, Ambon's: Groek Prose Oompoeitio*
Arnold's; olgebra completed, AMroMaj,
Brockle?by>
Tho nbovo courso will proper? ma _
didatosfcr admission into th^ Bvrmo*
rawkb vu,\bb oi any 01 our Southern
Collogoa. Studonta, who do not
a satisfactory oxaniination tipon th
aovoral studies ol each ulaM, will nt
bo allowod tho privilogo to advarifceU
tho noxt higher, but bo rotninod in
such cIuhh, till all tho studios of it b?
aatiafaotorily complotod.
Tuition of Primary DEPARTum**
I'KU TERM.
Junior Class, - - 310.00
Intermediate Class, ? 12.50 '
Sonior " - . 15.00
Preparatory Dopartmont, 20.00
No deduction will bo nindo for Uwt
timooxcopt from prolonged ?irkn???
Monthly roports of punotulity, de-?
portroont, and reoitations in ?ti?n stody,
will bo furnished pnronlfl.
J. II. CARLISLE, Princtoar
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W. E. IIOLCOMUK. R. A. CHILD ^
Mftoloombe At child*
a ttnilnf.vu a '/' t a in
ii i ?r.
WILI, PIlACTICE in Circuit, Probat#, a ad *
Trail Justice Court* of this Stat#. AH
business entrusted to them willrtoelte pfompt ^
attention.
Sept 19 8 1/ "*
^IIITHKR HYWira,
ATTOJINRV ANDOOUHftKLLOft AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, B. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt ami CoUrt
Probate for lMckcn? ouniy,
May 10 42 Cm
/K/Ur\s\ ?- ' *
u'i. to | rr UV ' Agenii wanted.
<Jv) ?p/vU All ?I?M(I of working poopic,
of either sex, young or old, mnke wore
money at work for us in their apare mO?
ments, or all the lime, than at anything elee.
Particular* free. Address G. BTiNBOlf ft CO.
Portland, Maine.

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