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Ucnjmiiiii Griffin, T. J, C., 26 |
James K Kirksey, 76
O W Dorm, 76
S K Cannon, 3 20 8 201
1 no
John A HigglnB, ^ 'g0
Aloxonder RoWtto#, u gy
Melinda Graham, - ?0 ,
Eli.a Graham, 8 a0
ClarUa* MahMll, 1 fto
Ira T. Roper, 2
William Edens, * "Q
ThoWMRPflce, 2W
1 A<?.von Blftsningame. g ay
Zion MoKcdiI?) ^
M J Heed, ? nn
Edmond M*ttlO|
Total, L_J_
412 G6|?U CO I
Fast Indebtedneftft of 1873, as ]
to a m B OF olaiMaKt. AKotfHf OK CLaIiI.
J a FerfeuSort, $ 10 00
John H Gossett, 25 00
J 11 Haghey, 37 r,0
L S Brascalo, 47 60
W J Ilunnicalt, 25 00
C L Hollingsworth, 7 00
Dr S W Cla>ton, * 33 00 6 00
Friddle & Bonham, 26 00
Ilagood & Alexander, C'J 76
J K Hngood, 29 60
T 0 Hawkins, 5 26
Laura and Henry Bake?, _ 3 00
Alonzo SI Folger. 638 14
G M Linch, 26 00
J W Brown, 13 00
J W Southcrland, 40 00
Green Stephens, ?6 00
J Riley Ferguson, Shefiff, 32 36
G It Burgess, lGtiO
J T Burdine, 104 76
llobcrt A Bowen, 47 25
James D Gasaway, 8 00
Irvine II Philpoti 6 00
J 11 Holcombe, 18 00
James 0 Mosely, 86 26
Pickens Sentinel, 190 60 08 Oo
Tlinmnfl Sinfflftinn. ^
Thomfto l'arkins, ** |jjj| I
war A?100\
W E Holccmbe, |
S D Keith, ^ _.J 2 75 |
S D Keith, ? ??\
John W Major; *
W Boyd, ???
WFOnry, V 7?
John W Major, ? '?
J T Power, J "V
B S Lynch, 0i?
flaninl
- - ft"-". *?? W
Larkin Hughes, 27 76
L A Brown, 10 00
M 8 Kcnimoro, 1 60
John 8 Latham, 7 75 7 -r.
W F Gary, 17 50
11 II Capohart, 8 60
Kelley & WhKinire, 20 00
M M 11 inks, 16 00
John W Nalley, 24 00
K II Bates, 20 00
W M McJunkin, Ph?riff A. C., 11 20
Tnomas 11 Price, 660 75 11 63
William Smith, 03 15
James B Hester, 2 00
J It Harris, 19 60
Dr G K Hobinson, 10 00 6 00
J B Clayton, OR 00
J 11 Clayton, 13 50
Sninuel A Gary, 18 00
Kurlc k Blylhe, 100 00|
11 A Isowen, 9 00
It A Kowrcn, 3 00
J E Rnrton, 33 00
IV E Wclborn, 3 60
O W Stephens, 4 60
K !! Griflin. 4 Oo
.(nines O J/oseley, 23 661
James O Mos?ley, 90 OOl
<p ? w: n? i r?J
X A 11 Illiuilio, p UU
1) II Chamberlain, 100 00
Jack Artor, 80 00
Total account* of 1873 outstanding,
$8,029 67 $:>40 13
1'aat Indebtcdne
L T Addinglon, 6 00|
Caroline Jenkins, C 00
in n? t'j-i.i ? ^*1
J. JCIUIU, <?? UUI
A Illyt ho, 106 00
Jack Arter, 80 00
L)r F A Milc?, 32 0*
K U Stoke*. '^4 76 24 76
.lames II ArabUr, 2 60
>V J B Chapman, 2 60
John C Chumbler, 6 26
Maj. II Masiey, 3 60
Jerry Baker, 8 20
W It Price, 36 00
L P Stephens, 26 00
F 11 Mclloe, 66 0,4 nfl
J E II Griffin, Sr., J 00
0 W James, f
Henry Wade, 00
Dr J T Anderaon, 76 lb 26
W II Ashmore, ? [>0
Dr S W Clayton, WOO 6 00
, , v.,.1 J <?? no ?n
l)r John M tusld, ? XX ?" I
l)r. John M Field, !0 00
Hftgood & Ale*and?r, _.J6? I
x it, rrice, j04 0!4
II J Anthony, 41 85
H C Brigga, 22 60
II J Anthony, 200 66
J B Ligon, 6 00
T J Bowcn, 1Q 00
Folgcr & Newberry, 2!) 17
J T Anthony, 3 00
K B Mason, 8 20
Mnthcw Hendricks, 8 00
C L Ilollingsworlh. 18V 26|
J0880 Avtor 1 00
Thomas James 7 00
J M Farr 14 37
J Porry Loopor 34 00
J '1" Power 4 00 4 qq
Daniel Hughos 403 49
"Wnrrori Boyd 13 15
James Gaines 22 60 22 50
i)r W II Todd 10 00 5 00
John Iiiloy Ferguson, 14 GO
I ~ D:i? ? *"
ii wini ivnuy V urguson 90 <5Dj
Young ?fc Clayton 11 75
J M Portor 4 00
Tho Piokona Sont'nol 108 00 n 50
Jamos A Hughos 85 00
Warren Boyd 59 45 5 00
llobort A Bowon 14 00
11 Bay lis Ilondricks 1120
Daniol Wlnohostor 275 00
W J Smith ' 50 10
t r T* trm a "
v nonaricKS 5 00
J E Barton 40 75
E Ilarloston Barlpn 64 50
Thomas Parkins 4 00
W II Ariail 27 50
Luko J Ariail 30 50
Jjuko J Ariail 17 00
R Tj Smith 33 90 60
M F Allgood 195 O0 2 00
W J Smith 4 00
James M McFall 59 051 o nn
Dr (J E Robinson 10 00 5 00
William Smith 78 f>0
Atonzo M Folger 8 50 8 50
ytopbcn V Koitli 49 40 g 00
Lij.ijii.HjLH-JLJIIIII.L .1.1 mi1..L1. ""I'LIL
uuivr in iriHi jusuco couri, <cu
Juror in Trial Juatioa oourt, 76
Juror in Trial Juatioe court, 76
Slfilo va Juuiug Kupplea,
do va Joseph Young, T. J. court, 1 80
do vs Joseph Young, T. J. court, 1 80
do va Jack Griffin, 8
Uo va J&ck Griffin, 8 00
do va Jaok Griffin, 8 90
do va Charlea Anthony, 1 90
do v8 Oharlea Anthony, 2 00
do va Samuel fidana, at all 8 60
do va Charlaa Graham, 2 90
do Tt 8?taual et Rl, 9 60
do v? SMiutt IdeBa, ?t hi, 6 60
do ts D HopkiM MUM, 6 00
$401 06
legistercd and Approved.
CHAKAOTKR 0f CI.A1M. AMOUNT APfit'I).
Building Fence, $ 10 00
Repairing Bridgt, 26 00
Repairing Bridge, 87 60
Repairing Bridge, 47 60
Repairing Bridge, 26 00
Trial Judtice Poes, 7 00
Mcdical Scrv'toeS, 28 00
Building Bridge, 25 00
Poor House Supplies, 02 76
Trial Justice Fees, 29 50
Work on Public Buildings, 6 25
Repairing Bridge,
Assessing property, cte,, 1873, 638 14
Repairing Bridge, 25 00
Trial Juslico Fees, 18 00
Poor House Supplies, 40 00
tiuiiding Bridge, 95 00
Sheriffs Fees, 32 35
Office Furniturt, 10 60
i? i _ i a A h
'uiiumg nriugoj iui i i)
Clerk Court Kces, 47 26
Impairing Bridge, 0 00
Probate Fees, 6 00
Jury Commissioner, 18 00
Building L?ne Pence, 80 26
Publio Printing, 122 60
Conveying Panp?r to Poor HouM, 0 00
Conetable F?m, 16 20
Constable Fee?, 6 60
Horse for Poor !!*& , (paid heretofore,)
Office Furniture. 10 00
Cleik Court Fees, 71 26
Clerk Board County Com'rs, 29 06
(^nrnnAr'n Kmm HI UA
Corcuer'a F?ea, 14 00
Constable Fcob, #76
Repuiring Court House, 5 76
Making Coffin for Paaper, 0 00
Building Bridge, 10 00
Services m Steward, 206 60
Repairing Bridge, '27 76
Office Furniture, 10 00
Hauling Lumber, 1 60
Building Bi idgc,
Gonstabe Fees, 17 60
Repairing Jail, 8 60
Repairing Bridge, 20 00
Care of Pauper, 16 00
Office Furniture, 24 00
Building Bridge, 20 00
Sherift'a Fees, 11 20
Services as County Commissioner. 546 12
Services as Couiitv Commissioner. US 16
Repairing Bridge, 2 00
I'oor House Supplies, 19 60
KxamininglLunatic, & 00
$27 30 Paid out of Special Tax, G7 70
Trial Juflice Fees, 18 GO
Repairing Bridge, 18 00
Counsel Fees, * 100 00
Constable lees, 0 00'
Constable foes, 3 00
nonstable Koch, as 01)
Repairing Bridge, 3 50
Ceriillicate of lost Jury Ticket, 4 50
OHioe Supplies, *1 00
liuiiLing l,anc Fcnco, 55
Building Lnne Fence, yO 00
liuiiling lumber, 5 00
(.'ouijsel Keen, 100 00
C*rc of Pauper Luuntic, 80 00
24
ss of 1874.
Itepniring Bridge, 6 0^
Oiiro of I'aupcr, 6 00
Building iwo Bridges, 76 00
So!. Foea, March & Nov. Terms, 106 00
Cure of 1'uuper, 80 00
Professional Hervices, 82 05
8talioncry,
Repairing Bridge, 2 50
Hauling for L?ue Fanco, '2 60
Blasting Hock, 5 26
Bepuiriug Bridge, .1 60
lilftoksmitbing, 3 20
Building Bridge, 36 00
Buildiug Bridge, 26 oo
Counsel Fees,
Shucks, G oo
(lepitiring Court House ?nd J*ll, 'i 85
Hepairing Brid o, , ltf oo
I'rofesijional Ser?ices, (iy 50
Work on Poor House, ;$ 5o
Examining Lunatic, 5 oo
I'roft'ssiouftl Services. ' !Jo oo
Professional Services, lo oo
J?rs for jail, 1 (>o
/voncy paid lor iiontls. loi UJ!
Monty paid for bottdg, 11 85
Kcpairing bridge, "2 5o
Itfcrviceu u? County Comiui||?iou?r, 2on 55
Kcpairing Bridge, 5 00
building bridge, lo 00
l/UR.tier, 2D 17
Hauling Lumber. 3 00
Lumber, 3 -o
lti.il.linn M
,, I".
Trial Justice Fees* 189 25
Constable foos 1 00
Constable fooa 7 00
Repairing bridge 14 37
Constab e fees 34 00
Making collin for paupers
Servicos as steward, &c. 403 49
Coroners Jeen 13 15
Smithing, poor hoq?e farru
K viLini ni it <r Tjiiniiitn A DO
u w
Constable fooa 14 CO
FjxpondiUiros (or jail 38 25
Ropairing bridgo 11 75
Repairing bridgo 4 00
To public printing 9(5 50
Labor on poor houso farm 85 0(J
Coroners toe# 54 45
Constable foes 14 00
Constublo (cch 11 20
Building bridgo 275 00
Constable fees 5o 10
Constable Iocs 5 0(J
(JonHtnblo iooH 40 75
Trijil J ustico fooa 04 60
Constable fooH 4 00
Constable loos J57 00
Trial JuHtico loofi 30 {jC
Trial Juntico feos 17 Ofl
Constable foes 33 4C
Building Poor Houbo 198 0C
Kopairing bridgo 4 0C
Supplies for Poor House 60 If.
Kxamining i/iinatio 6 0C
Scrvioes as County Oom'r 73 5(
? J n
iruomgu ?\nu Hi xpressiUTO
|I'\o8 na C'l'k Bo'd Co Com'r 43 1(
1 Thomas R Price 204 40
Thomas K Price 114 17 114 17
James H Ambler 2 00
B S Lynch 6 00
James A Gaines 22 85
r~?.~ wr
wuimi ?t Aiuiuor 14 UO
11 Bnylis Hendricks 149 00
Edward Thayor 8 00
E Ti Smith 18 80
Groonvdio Republican 69 00
VV J Cron?haw 12 00
James A Crenshaw 218 90 40 00
II Gilstrap 6 00
Stophon I) Keith 40 00
Jnmos B Hester 22 00
Yj Smith 2! 70
L A Brown 9 00 3 60
J Riley Ferguson, shoriff 411 10 280 00
J Riloy Forguson, sheriff 10 60 1 00
J R'loy Forguson, shoriff 4 20 1 00
J Riloy Forguson, shoriff 1 80 1 00
J Riloy Ferguson, shoriff 12 00
J Riley Forguson, shoriff 29 60
J Riloy Forguson, shoriff 44 20 1 00
J Riloy Forguson, sheriff 44 80 1 60
J Riley Ferguson, shoriff 87 20
J Riloy Forguson, sheriff 40 80
J Riley Forguson, shoriff 42 90
Accounts 1874 unpaid $4,708 07 671 07
RECAPITULATION.
Total tor 1873 unpaid $3,629 07 240 18
Total (or 1874 unpaid 4,708 07 571 07
Witness cortifi'ts, 1878-74 412 65 11 50
Total ind'dnoss 1878-74 *8,750 29 822 70
lloport Showing the Dittburaei
Fiscal Year, begiiinin
WITNESS PAY CKUTIf I0ATBS StNOKl
Novombor 1st, 1874.
NAME Of CLAIMANT?AM'T CLAIMED.
Susan Trotter, G 60
Marena Burges#, 6 80
Robert Trottor, 6 80
J R Rigdon, 6 50
J G Mastors, 6 60
(Jarolino Rurgess, 6 60
Georgo Burgess, 6 60
Margarot Trotlsr, 6 60
W T. Burgess, 6 50
Kachel Howard, 6 50
II M Trotter, 6 60
L A Ilownrd, 6 50
Van S Jones, 0 20
James Jones, -4 40
Samuel Clayton, G 20
John Rhodes, 6'80
E L Smith, 1 46
John A Higgins, 2 90
A P Kobinnon, 2 80
Luke Terrell, 5 50
Richard BlaUely, 1 25
J A Gilstrap, 1 70
If,.11,.in 4 20
. v, ,
Frank Cur nan, 1 50
Alexander Pitts, 25 i
It B Hcndr'.x, 50
Total, *123 75
J Itiloy Forguaon, $81 00|
Thos It Prieo, steward, 117 001
Tlioe R Price, steward, 54 05?
A M Foltror. Co Auditor, 500 00|
A Blylhe, ' 55 00
Tho Grand Jurors, 97 90
Tho Potit Jurors, 287 60
J liiloy Poruuson, sheriff, 45 35
Samuel P iiinlon, 31 00
J S Pillobrown, 20 Oo
J Kiley Fergus in, sheriff, 85 50
J Jiiloy Ferguson, Bheriff, 28 40
J Jiiloy PorgUBon, sheriff, 81 60
J Riloy Ferguson, nhoriff, 44 20
Henry Wade, 8 00
Samuel G Portor. 5 00
Jack Artor, 25 00
Thomas It Prioo, 18 20
Jnmes A Crenahaw, 50 25 8 00
T J Power, 57 60
Edward Ferry, 57 10
Folgor & Nowborry, 8 00
\V A Lesley, 19 20 1 00
Henry Ferguson, 1 80
McGratli, Byrum & Co., 20 26
Stephen I) Koith, 83 00
Walk or, Evans & G'ogswoll, 82 00
C L Jlollin^sworlh, 4 50
Stophon D Koith, 06 75
L) C Durham, G 35
James M Me Fall, 128 40
J Kiloy Forguaon, sheriff, 40 GO
J Kiloy Ferguson, sheriff, 26 40
(1 Kiloy Ferguson, shoriff, 12 80
J Kiloy Ferguson, shoriff, 16 00
Mftthow (iillospio, 2 50
rx ra . 11 4 ru\
u v nrumuy, t uu
F J Bosticlc, 20 00
William Mnyflold, 150 00
Thomas R Coleman, 202 50
J Riloy Ferguson, sheriff", 180 20 9 40
J Kiloy Ferguson, shoriff, 0 80
J Kiloy Ferguson, sheriff, (5 80
1 IJil/itr l^mwrnoAn tilut? !1 9 A.(\
Slmmuto <0 Hunt-, 810 00
Jack Arter, 20 00
J T (iosHottj County CJom'r 79 25
(i M Lynoh, qo 91 40
C L Uollingsworth, c.n.o.o, 93 00
Jiob't Craig, County Cow'r 102 40
Thomas it Price, 408 47
W A Lonloy, 80 00
W S ICirksov. 00 35
II B llondrioks, 10 95
Jackson After, 15 00
W A Lesley, 6 00
W A Lesley, 3 55
CI( Ilollingsworth, 137 15
J) F Bradley, 7 50
J Hi Icy Ferguson, 11 00
1" 11 L'rico on claim of 169.90 86 21
Tola! amount ol*im*i $4,076 72 $18 40
| The following Accountt have been filed, bu
i Judgea appro
1 C 1j Ilollingaworth 94 85
1 Win Sinilli, Co Com'r 24 00
* Wnrron Boyd 26 45
? OllC Smflh 15 50
' J Kiloy Forguwon 80 30
* r >j nn
' ,i iviiuy rurguouii i vv?
J Itiloy Ferguson 14 80J
> J Itilav Korgusion f>2 40j
?v
MMMHM
Sorvioos as County Com'r 264 40
Poor Houflo Expondituros 000 00
Brick for jail chimney 2 00
Hauling fotf Poor llouso 6 00
Blackamithing Account 22 86
Blucksmith'ng Account . 14 00
Building lane fonco 140 00
Repairing bridgo 8 00
Oonstablo fees 18 80
Public Printing 62 00
Labor on poor bouso fart* 12 00
Sorvices /?? steward 178 00
Repiiiring bridge 5 60
Fees as Cl'k JBo'd Co Com'r 40 00
Mombor Board Equalization 22 00
Member Board iSqualiealion 2170
Office Furniture 5 60
Sheriffs F?os 181 10
Dioting prisoners, Doc. '73 9 60
Dieting prisoners Fob. '74 8 20
Dieting prisoners March '74 80
Dioting prisoaors April '74 12 00
Dietincr nrisoners Mnv '74 5>Q AO
jDioting prisoners Juno '74 48 20
I Dieting prisoners July '74 42 80
Dieting prieonors Aug.'74 87 20
Dioting prisoners Sopt. '74 40 80
Dieting prisoners Oct.'74 42 90
Amount Allowed 84,187 00
Amount npproved 1873 fco,862 24
Amonnt approved 1874 4/87 00
YV tineas cortifi'ts 1873-74 101 05
Totnl amount npproved $7,900 29
nienttf of the Fund of* the
iir Mov. Int. 1H74.
AMOUNT PAH).
Stato V8 Dyor McJukin, 6 60
do do 6 80
do do 6 30
do do G 50
do do 6 50
do do 6 60
do do G 50
u\J UU O OU
do do 6 50
do do 6 60
do do C 50
do do G 50
do do 6 20
do do -4 40
do do 0 20
do do 6 80
Juror in trial justico court 1 45
Stnto ve Joseph Young 2 90
Stuto vs JoBopli Young, 2 80
Stuto vs l)ycr McJunkin, 5 50
Witness in trial justico court 1 25
NVitnoss in tnnl justico court 1 75
Xf.iitn l'H .ftiihaa ill o ?v* A OA
- - "1 -=
do K L Jones, T J court 1 50
Jnror in trial justice court 25
Slate va W in Stephens, 50
Total $123 75
Paid, lock*, hand'ffs, tor jail 31 00
L'oor Houso supplies, 117 GO
Paid tor P. House building 54 05
Assessing property, 1874 500 00
Services as Solicitor, 1875, 55 00
March term court, 1875 97 00
March term court, 1875 287 00
Taking convicts to Pon'ry 45 35
Repairing bridge 31 00
Execution book Co. Troas 20 00
Dioting prisoners Nov. 1874 35 50
Dieting prisoners Dec. 1874 28 40
Dieting prisoners Jan. 1875 31 60
Dieting prisoners Fob 1875 44 20
Repairing bridge, 8 00
Kopairing 2 bridges, 5 00
Caro pauper lunatic, 5 mos 25 00
ISxpondituro labor P II farm 18 20
Soi vices as stoward, 2 mos. 42 25
i oxpo's rop. Keowoo bridgo 57 50
Kocord books Probate J udgo 57 10
Bagging & tios I bale cotton 3 00
Poor JIouso supplies, 18 20
Bottoming chairs Co Troas. 1 80
Hop. lightning rod on (711 20 25
Sorvioos Clork board Co Com 33 00
Uocord books Clerk Court 32 00
Repairing grand jury room 4 50
Sorvioos as dork Court 06 75
i t> c
Ioiiiibiiui^ iur f uui' lurni U tiD
Sup'cs for poor houao&jail 123 40
Taking oon'ts Penitentiary 4(5 00
Dieting prisoners Mar '75 20 40
Dieting prisoners April '75 12 80
Dioting M'Junkin in Col'bia 10 00
Repairing bridgo 2 50
Registration of claims 4 00
Blanks lor County Com'rs 20 00
J lino brid'o (Blythe) Saluda 150 00
do do (ISarle) Saluda 202 00
Foos as sheriff & trans pris'a 170 89
luioung prisoners ftlay '70 6 80
Dioting prisoners June '75 0 80
Dieting prisoners July '75 12 40
Ono hull Furr bridgo Saluda <U0 00
Cure pauper lunatic 4 mo'a 20 00
Sorvicos as Co Com'r 79 25
do do 01 40
Ser'os as Clerk B Co Com'r 00
Services County Com'r 102 40
RSxpondituro for poor Iioubq 408 47
Services anjury oommiaio'r 30 00
Conatublu foca 60 85
Conetablo feos 10 95
Taking caro paupor lunatio 15 00
Goods por ahoriff Forguson 6 00
Goodn lor Poor tloueo 8 55
8crvicoB as (?lerk of Board 187 15
/ldvortisiog unnnal meotihg 7 60
Sorvicos as coiintabla 11 00
Sorv, an Poor House steward 86 21
I Tnlnl n>nnnnt. nnifl #.( rttO Oo
I - w w~- v V?,V?U u W
< arc not payable, for want of the
vol, yfe;
r,
For sorviccs as trial jiisticQ 94 8*
Co Com'r since Nov I,'74 24 00
For services ns Coroner 25 46
10/kk* CniMVI/iAa (i a 4 nStt 1 1 I n/? lit l\.i\
VI uui ivjun (|(1 ti 1(11 jiinbiuv *U UV
For Bovvicos us nhoriff 36 30
For sorvicoM uh Vurnkoy 7 0O
Hoard bill for Angust 1 I 80
l>ouid bill lor September 52 40
J ltiloy Ferguson 54 80
Total amount 8326 10
The following Accounts are alio o\
Thomas U Prico C7 09
./ohn T Goflsott 42 70
Gideon M Lynch 48 35
Robert Craig 88 76
A* m r\
xumi $00( 0V
Ballanco in Treasury 1174 80
Am't claims unpaid, of *75 #892 70
Recapitulation of disbnrscmonts for tho
By mnounl of jury tickets and feos pnid
By amount of claims, witness tickcts pn
Treasurer's commission at 0 porccnt, oi
Total
To amount of ordinary tax collccted
By amount in the treasury
Totnl
Recapitulation of the paat indobtcdnos
Past indubtcdnoss of 18%
Pant indebtedness of 1874
Witness pay certificates of 1878 and l8"i
Ballance unpaid for the year 1875
Il..tlnr.<i<i <l.i? <*.. ?K<v ? IF U
Miuiuiivu uuv V/II vuv l uui liUUOU l1 It IIII
Total
Tho assessment of the County is SI,4
abstract on file.
The Hoard of County Commissioners
onding 3lst October, 1875, 22 days?ai
in attending tho meetings of tho JJo,
lloberl Craig, 4G9 miles; Gideon M. by
In performiug their other duties as
ported tho No. of days and milos, follow
miles; Robort Craig,35 days, 375 milos;
No accounts havo been audited anc
cording to law. I cortify that tho fc
Report,showing the disbursements of
current tux of thrco mills, and aho the
Nov. 2, 1875 C. L.
Liberty Station, A.L.U.
o
MTIHK NEW STOCK!
o
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOM TIIEl
citizens of Pickons County and I
surrounding country, that I
have opened a now and
fresh stock of
DRY-GOODS,
Bod's AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KEROSEN OIL.
I liavo now and will continually
1, .^ nn I.O.A.J /...nnClU. A) HAnnW
DVV|) VII IIIIIIU ijuilllllbiun Ul
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I linvo just received 400 sacks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting of
wholo barrels, half barrels and quart
or oarreis; 10 oarrcis sugar; and 1U
sacks Coffoo. All of which will bo
sold cheaper than in any other Country
Storo in l'icUons. All who wish
tho abovo articlos at low pricoe, will
do will to call on mo, boforo purchase
ing olsowhore.
WJUHHii
I want dclivcrod at Liberty 1000,000
Shingles; 10,000 bushols of Corn;
for both ot which tho highoat market
prices will bo paid.
S. M. IIOLCOMliE.
Liborty Station, Doc. 7, 1875 ?tf
ASSIGNEES' SALE.
in an WM. UUUWl, linnkrupt.
BY virtuo of an order in bankruptcy,
lo mo dlrcoiod, 1 will sell, beforo Iho
CJourt Houho door, at Pickens G. H,.
on aalosday in January next, at tbo
11hi)til hour olfulo, lIio following tracts
of Land, to wits
All that oortain pioco, parcol and
traot ofland situato, lying and being
in the county of Pickens, on waters of
1> I... ? ?- -1> rt
jroriimiy uruun, iiujuiiiiiif^ liiiiuM, oi jv.
0. Gillam, Ilonry Couch, S. A. Couch
and others, known as tho "Brushy
crook or Johnny Courch tract, oon?
twining fivo hundrod and tilty acres,
inoro or loss-?tho lifo estate of Mary
Ann Council in a portion of this tract
is reserved,
Also?Ono tract ol land situate on
George's crock, in samo county, contnining
four hundrod and ninety acros
more or leas, boing tho balance of
Wm, Cbuch's "homestead" tract of
land, nftor sotting ofl'ono hundred and
forty-throe acros as a homestead for
tlio Bankrupt, Those lands are con*
sidored vory valuable, and may bo
divhlod into small tracts to suit purohnsors.
TKUMS?One-half cahh, tho romaindoron
twolvc months credit, with
interest from tho day of sale-?with
bond and mortgage to Noouro tho r>ur~ I
ol?A80 money, PurohannrB to pny lor
papers. W, T. SHUMATE,
Doc 10, 187& 16?3 Aftsignoo
FITS AND KPILEPSY
positively cnrad. The w<?r?t cases, of lfti)gest
standing, by using Dr. Hobbard's CureI
A bottlo sen! free lo all addressing J, S. Din.
Bi.r.E, Druggiit, 814 6th Ave., N. Y.
Hoard bill for Ociobcr 51 80
J! Total amount $326 10
le and not Paid, but Payable.
Bullnnco of 153.90 as Htew'd 07 GO
Sorvic?e as Co Commiani'cr 42 70
do do 48 35
do do 83 75
y?*r ondlng tho 31st Octobor, 1875.
84,058 32
iid 123 75
n 4,834 00, colloctcrd 278 00
*4,400 Hi
*1,G34 90
$174 80
$4,034 90?84,034 90
is of tho County of Pickons.
?3,802 44
4,137 00
r4 401 05
W2 7;>
1,584 55
80,877 83
76,056 00, according lo tho Auditor'h
ha? bocn in session during tlic year,
yl havo reported as having travelled
srJ, vi7.: John T. Uoasott, 453 miles;
r.?i? ?*.? ?!1?
tlV/llf U I "X Ulliun,
County Commissioners, Iboy lmvo rowing,
v1%: John T. Uossott, 1) days, 180
Gideon M. I/ynch, 14 days, 217 miles.
1 allowed without being verified, nc regoing
is a correct and ti ne Annual
tho Bpceial tax of two mills, and tho
past indebtedness of Piokona County.
HOLDINGSVVOilTU, C.B.C.L\C.
SHERIFI 'M
STATE OK SOUTH CAROLINA.
r? /i
A~ll>IVEnS VOUHTY.
BY *ir4o?of an order from SJ Doutliit, Probate
Judgo of Greenville County, I will
s*ll on Saleday in January next, before I ho
Court door at (Plckcng) the following Troota
of Land, lo wit.
Tract No. 1, Situated in Pickcni County,
on waters of Saluda Kivcr, adjoining lands of
Sterling Turner, Q. W. Garrison aud others,
and containing 2111 acrcs more or less. On
liin tract ia the homestead.
Tract No. 2, Situated in said county, on
waters of Saluda river, adjoining tracts Kos. 1
nn<l Sk and unnlftinincr 1 f'? 1 ? i?
^ 0 ..v.v.t, ui ic5hi.
Tract No. *, Adjoining Nos. 2, 4 and 7, aud
containing 132} acres, more or less.
Tract No, 4, Adjoining tinclif No. 8, 5, C and
7, asd containing 118 acioa, more or less.
Trnot No. 6, Adjoining tracts No. 4 an'd
6, and lands of J. W. Brunson, and containing
61 aoraa, more qr i???.
Tract No tS, Adjoining tract# Nos. 4 and
7, and lands of Henry Larke, and containing
18} acres, more or less.
Tract No. 7, Adjoining tracts Nos. 2 and
9, and land# of Henry Larke and Wilson, and
containing 55J acre?, more or lean.
Tract No. 8, Adjoining landsof Wade Lark a
and others,and contaning 50 morn or Ipm*
This land is known us the Kirkpatrick tract.
The said lands arc sold as the property of
General William K. Kasley, deceased, for partition
among his heJrij. Tlioy nra very valuable
lying niosily on Saluda river and Qeorgo'p
creek, and about six miles from tho city of
UrcenviUe. l'arues wisUing to purchase wilt
do well to look at the same.
TERMS?One third cash, the balance on a
oredit of ono and two years with interest from
dftj of 8*1q at ten per cent, per annum.?
Purchasers to give bund and security with a
mortgage of the premises to S. J. Douthit,
Probate Judge, to secure the payment of tho
purchaao money. Purchasers to pay for all
paper*
J. RILE FERGUSON, s v.c.
Doob. 1875 10 11
Would you have Rosy Cheeks ?
Expkiuknch or A Yohno Woman.?A country
girl, young, pretty and Imppy, her step
waa olwtic and (lie rosea of health bloomed
upon her cheek. One April morn she was
overtaken by a "spring shower," and caught
a cold.
It washer "particular tinio." andsunrcssion
WAS the result. At (lie next "period" nature
refused to act. She became sallow, swollen
and suffered intensely with pain in (lie hack
and "lower atomaoh," palpitations, dfticully
of bra?lhiiig, indigestion and headache. Doctors
failed to palliate her distressed condition,
and she longed for dpath as the only hope of
relief. At (ho instance of a friend, who herself
cxparicnco its benefits, she was induced
to try nr. J. inadtielua reninlc Kegulntor.
Ono bottle cured her. She was again tlio
happy girl she was tliat April morning before
the shower. Tho Female Regulator is prepared
by L. II. RrnrfficM, Druggist, Atlanta,
Oa., at per bottle ami kept- by all respectable
drug men throughout the land.
,4 tiiQsi Excellent Kemetli/.
Avr,ANTA, Ga., March 12, 1870.?I havo
examined the recipe ?'f llrndfield's Female
Regulator, and from my knowledge of the ingredient."!,
believe it a most excellent inedicino
and well Hinted to that class ot disenuos design
naled. 1 have no hesitation in advising ith
u?e, and confidently reocommend it to tho
public JOKI. Huaxii.VM, M. 1).
D*o. 2, M 41.
The State of South Carolina
Pickbnb (Bounty.
/??/ I. 11. Phil pot, J mlj c of I'robate.
Wiikiif.as, B. F. Morgan and S. I). Keith
hath made suit to nit; lo grant the in Letter#
of Administration on lh? Estate and Effects
of F,. H. (Jriflin, deceased-?
The kindred and creditors of the said E. H.
GrilTin, are therefore, cited lo be and appear
beforo me, in the Court of I'robate, to bo
holdetx at l'lokenaC. H.,on Thursday, the 2;tt 1*
day of December next, at 11 o'clock, a. ni..
lo shew cause, if any lliey have, why the said
pdmin intra! ion should not he granted.
1 Qixen under my hand find rent Hub, the
9th day of December A i?., 187').
I. II. 1MU1.POT, j.r.r c.
Dec 0,1876 16 8
nuiiiM* -
Ill ID HI Ititenuierance
Speedily enrol bv OU. HKO-C'S only known and
Mire KomHy, So < iIAIUJK for treatment
until cured. <*n)t mi or address
Sr. J. Q, SECK, 112 Jofa$ UU, Cincinnati, Q,

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