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PICKENS C. II., S. C.:
Thursday, Marcli J2, 1870.
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Saturday is tho day designate
<k! by Col. Bowon for meetings in
each Township, to organizo Democratic
clubs. Wo know, on account
oi tno importance of doing all tho
work possiblo in tlio farms, that this
is not a favorable timo for tho mcct-o
ingsj but on account of tho groat im*
porlanco of this movement, wo trust
the honost, sturdy yoomany of the
County will lay asido lor tho oncci
mcir iarm duties ntul repair promptly
to the placca of mooting.
Rally! Rally !
A meeting will bo held at tho Court
llouao on Saturday next, tho 1th inst.
for the purposo of organizing a Democratic
club, and elocting threo I)olcgatea
to tho County Convention,
Avnicu meets on Saloday in April
for tho purposo electing .Dologatoa
to tho Stato Con volition. All
who ?ro in favor of overthrowing tho
corruption and oppression of Radical
rule, and tho restoration of an honost
an J economical government, tiro invited
to como forward and join the
. 4 *
tt&r Wo acknowlodgo tho roecipt
of an invitation to attend tho anniversary
colobrution of tho Excelsior
Litorary Sociotyof Ncwborry Col lego,
at Walhalla, on Friday ovening, 3lst
instant, at ha f past 7 o'clock. Tho
debate for that occasion is: "Should
tho learned profession ho considered
nvoro honorablo than tho othor voca
lions ol life?" Affimative, 1). A. Zeagler,
negativo, C. M. ISfird.
* Tho National Democratic Coiivontion
will ho held in St. Louis on
27th of June next. Chicago waft dofoated
by two votes.
im>~ South Carolina has fortunately
goltou rid of two of tho Moseses; if
nho could get rid of tho other, nlie
would be still more fortunate; theso
Mososcs, unliko tho Moses of old, aro
uncertain loadors, and shockingly
m - m
\Velr. in Hand.?Colonel Counts
chairman of tho Democratic party in
Barnwell County, roports that returns
from tho different townships show about
thrco fourths of the entire while
yuiu ?vcro unroiicu at tho first meeting
of thu township clubs. This givos
JJarnwell a Democratic phalanx cigh
tccn hundred strong to start with.
A resolution passed byaformor Legislature
of Mississippi, approving
Gon. Slioridan's conduct at Now Orleans,
has just been oxpunged from
Thoro aro 3,000 wliilo men in Florida
who Imvo not voted sinco Lho 1
downfall of lho Confederacy?enough
to innuro ft J)omocratic triumph at <
ovory eletion. 1
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The statistics of the Free Methodist i
Church are nine conferences, 255
preachers, 10,000 members, 225 \
Sunday schools, 8,000 scholars, and
church property to tho amount of r
$500,000. Tho church was formnH c
Oharlotto Cushman, tlio colobralcd t
American aclrosH, diod in tho city of ;
Boston on llio 20th nil.
Harvard col logo received 8fih.scii|)- '
lions and gifts amounting to $214,^
I'lHJ during the your 1875. I (
Democratic Clubs- j
For tho corivcnionoo of our friends
in tho different Townships in tho
County, who ni>> called upon to moot
on Saturday noxt, lor tho purpose ot
organizing clubs, wo subhiit tho fpl->
lowing form of Constitution and ByLaws
foi* thoir nnnnidiMvit.irm*
I. Tho ntimo of this club shall bo
-? Democratic club,
II. Tho ofTicors of this club shall
consist ol a Prcsldont, a first; second
and third Vice-Prcsidonts, Secretary,
xruusuror, anu an Jixeoutive Ufcmmittco,
consisting ot five mombcrs.
III. It shall bo tho duty of tho
President to prosido at all meotings,
and to call spccial meotings when requested
bo to do by a majority of tho
Exeeutivo Committoo; provided that
in caso of the abscnco of tho President
at any mooting, it shall bo tho dutj'
r a i * *
ui uiiu oi liio vicc-i'rosiuonis, according
to numorical ordor, to preside and
porform all the duties of tlio Prosit
IV. It shall bo the duty of tho So?
crotary to koop a correct rocord of
tho proceedings of ouch meeting, and
to conduct all tho correspondence of
Y. 11 shall bo Ihoduly of tho Troonurcr
to roceivo nil fund?, paid in for
tho uso of Lho club, and pay out tho
flam') undor tho direction of tho President
and by ordor of a majority of
Yl. It shall bo tho duty of tho Ex
ccutivo Committco to oxorciso a general
supervision ovor tho nfifairs of tho
club, nnd to suggest such measures
ns they may ilcem conducivo to the
interest of the club, and to use their
porsonal influence to increaso tho
VII. It shall bo tho duty of oftCh
member to uso his bost ofTorts to pro
moto tno ohjoets of this association,
whiah is to secure an honest, fftithi'ut
and capahlo administration of .State
and County affairs, and with tliis end
in view, to uso all legitimate means to
inoroasc tho membership.
VIII. All officers of' this club shall
hold their oflieos for a term of twelve
months, and shall be olectod by ballot,
a majority voto of all tho members of
mo ciud Doing nocossary to dotormino
I. Tlio regular mooting of tho club
shall bo at on tho day
of each month, at o'clock (a. m.
or p. m.)
II. A quorum to transact business
shall consist of a majority of all tho
members of tho club.
III. A vote of two-thirds of all tho
members of the club shall bo necos
miry b? uiier or ainonu mo constitution.
IV. Tho rules for the governrnont
of tho club shall bo such hh are now
lined, and recognized in tho government
of IcgiBlativo bodies.
Columbia, S. Cm February 23.?At
a meeting of tho Stato Democratic
Exceutivn Oommitteo, held in Column
bia on February 22, ]870, tho following
resolution was adoptod:
Jicsolvcd. That it i? rnnnommonrlnrl
to tho Domocracy of tho State of
South Carolina to meet, by townships
or prccincts, and clcct delegates to
County Conventions to bo held in
April next; that theso County Conventions
shall elect delegates, in number
equal to twice tho representation
of the county in tho present Jlonso of'
Representatives of tho Stato, to u
Stale Democratic Convention, to bo
hold in (loliimliin rm TimA
for tho purpose of appointing delegates
to tho National Domocrnlic
Convention, to bo licld in St. Louis
on tlio 27th Juno next, and to take
such further action as the convention
shall doom proper and necessary.
Tho several County Chairmen wil'
laleo stops in their respective counties
to carry into elToet tho foregoing ro~
u /11 11 f i r\-i*
'AMio township and precinct meetings
3an ho hold when it is nost convclicnt.
The County Conventions for
11o election of dolcgatos will bo held
n April only.
The County Chairman of Jlichland,
vith tho resident, mom bora of thin
lommittoo will mako all necessary ar?
nngomcnt". ior tho accommodation
?f the Stat" Convention.
M C. Butt,Kit,
Chairman Stato Democratic Kxccuivo
[i1 W ItA WflAM MoM'ftlnpf
? . , I ^ ' #t II UV/il | KVVVI Will *
('oi,i:.m in a, S. C., Fob. 20, 1870.
In conHOfjuenco of tho action of the
,l>ovo namol coirimikbuo, tho County
'onvonlion will not bo licKI on llio2cl
Saturday in Marctij but will bo bold
on sntoday in April noxt, at Pickens
Tho accounts givon by tho Democratic
County Chairmen, who assembled
in Columbia on tho 23d instant,
from ofrory portion of tho Slato, aro
D. _. ~ ~. uvivie, hi uio lUCJIUry
of tho Stato, has her citizons boon as
unitod ip fooling, and as firm in pur
poso, as now. So let ovory man enroll
his namo that desires an honest
and just government in South bitrolinrtand
work for tho same, and thoro can
bo no doubt about a complete victory
at tho polls in Novomber next.
IV. II,. IJUWJUIN,
Mr. Editor : Will you give a small
spaco in your columns to inform tho ,
poople ot"your County what tho Kaptists
of South Carolina, following tho
example of somo of tho other States,
desiro to accomplish during this yoar.
Whilo tho United Statos as a Government,
is now proparing to coU-brato
tho Centennial year of thoir civil lib*
erty, wo as Baptists, havo rosolvod to
make a grand and glorious effort to
colebrato the contonnial of our roligious
liborty. Tho Kaptists of this
Stato, in convention assembled, have
rosolvod to o.slnblisb a blazing memorial
of tbo sufferings of tho early Baptists
in their effort to establish a government
with laws to protoot and
guarantee to overy christian tho right
to worship God according to tho dic?
tatcs of bis own conacionco. For this
purposo, they propose to raise a contonnial
fund of not less than fifty
thousand dollars from tho State, which
is to bo coilllllv divirinfi Imt.iunnn
1 J ' "vw " vv" V?IV#
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
and Furmau Univorsity. Thoso
institutions, they propose, shall stand
as lasting monuments of this effort,
and as instruments for tho propagas
tion of the truths of Christianity; and,
as one means of effecting this object,
"family certificates" will be issued,
engraved with portraits of eight Pro*
sidents of tho State Convention of the
Baptists of South Carolina; among
whom aro Jiulgo j. Ji. O'Neall, J)r.
Richard Furman and others. On the |
corlificnU'S will be written the names
of tlio father and mother of iho family
contributing, and each of tho children,
and opposite to each name tho amount
contributed?not to bo loss than one
dollar, this certificate may bo framed
and preserved in tho family. Tho
Slilln nnnt-ntilinn ? %i ~. I - "
.^ ~ VN/Iifviiwiuii ci|n;uilltt'U II
tennial Committeo for ilie Slate, and
this coiniiiitice has appointed a Mib
committeo for each Association. For
llie Twelve Mile Association, the commit
too consists of Ilov. \V. B. Singleton,
as chairman, and IIovp J. C.
Hudson and G. \V. Singleton, and
brothers O. II. O. Smith, G. W. Taylor
and K. II. Barlion. Tho Baptist
of this Stato, through theso committees
appeal to all Baptist Pastors and
Doacons, and all zealous brothers nnd
sisters to aid.the committees in vigorously
pushing thin onierpri.se, trusts
ing that its results will furnish a
Btrong and worthy explosion of gratitudo
for tho religious liberty wo now
onjoy. The committee for tho Twelve
Alilo Assoeiftt-ion nm-nnalir nutr ? '
. . > v>/> j nun tiliu U A*
pcct to rccoivo tlio hearty co-operation
of tlio pastors and mom bora of
cach church in ibis Association, in
disseminating proper information to
tbo churches. Tlio commiltoo cxpcct
to be alilo to send out publications to
tho churches, showing how much tho
Baptists, ns such have done in early
I times to secure to us tlio blessings
of religious or soul liberty. T.
Columbia, Feb. 20.?J. 1). Rober?
son was expelled from tho House t< ?
day. lie was a member of the com
tinttcc lo select text books for llie
hcIio Is in tho State, and had made
corrupt proposals to several publishing
houses in New York, Doston and
other places. Tlio con mitteo an
pointed to investigate the mattor recommended
lie L?o excelled from tlie
lluii8e. After a pa icnt hearing the
report ol tho committeo was adopted.
Pkstii, Feb. 28.?Tlio waters of the
Danube, aro subsiding, there is a great
distress amonxr the nnnnl?
0 , ,' ?> vrvtl I1VU
thousand moo, women and children
whoso homes woro flooded, nre lodgod
in ehtirchos, and hundreds of' persons
passed Sotnrdiiy night on tho roofs of
their dwellings, nnd woro I'cscuod in
ft starving condition.
Spccio flhipmonts from Now
York-yoalorday 11 millions,
Ill Germftnv 1 K90 mil r?f twaw Ifi I
J " ~J ?v,
OCO of tbo population are under
school instruction; in Great Britau,
1,400; in France, 1,160, in Belgium,
1,140; in Austria and Hungary, 840^
and in li-.iSflia, 150.
The annual report of tho State
Auditor i<l lfutiliw.lfii !..?? Si**."
? v jxv. ii vuv rvj IIU9 cui I'VUl V*
$11,509,25 paid tor scalps but whether
for tho scalps of wolves, bears')
foxes or Xu-lClux is not definitely set
ItolumH indicato 50,000 Domos
cratic majority in Texas.
Gold in Now York on tho 28th
ult. oponcd at 131.
E3? m BWEAif
MARRIED, nit the 2:Ul Feb., by Rev. J. Q.
Stockman, :it Rnslcy, Mr. 15. F. MA8SHY to
Mips SALLIE ARMSTRONG, both of Greenville.
On tho 27th Fob., by tho saroe, nt tho residence
of Mr. EHas Day, Mu. GAINES
SMITH to Miss L. HOLT, both of Pickens.
Pickens Prices Current
COllHKCTKl) WEEKLY BY W. T. M'FALIj.
Cotton per pound, pneked.
Cotton per pound, seed, 4o
Bncon per pound, ltj;]
Lnrd per pound, '20c
Pork per pound, 10c
Corn per bushel, 75o
Wheat per bushel, $1.50
Flour per barrel, $8@$10
Apples, Dried, por bushel. $1.00
Apples, Green, per bushel, $1.00
Pens per bushel 00c
Butter per pound, 15(m*'20o
lloof nor rvnunil r A
lseeswdx, per pound, 2-ric
Tallow, per pound, (;jc
Chickens, per head, ]f,c
Hides, Dried per pound, 12Jo
Hides, Green, per pound, Uo
Mggs, psr Dozen, 12Jc
Tinders, per bush*!, ?1.00
Feathers, per pound, /jftc
Wool, por pound, 40c
An old physician, retired from active practice,
having had placed in his hands by an
East India Missionary the formula of a simple
Vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent
cine of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all Throat and Lung afl'cctionsi
also a Positive and Radical Cure for Nervous
Debility and Nervous Complaints, after having
thoroughly tested its wonderful curative
powers in thousands ol cases, feels it his duty
to make it known to bin ?nfVoi !n<* a
tualed by this motive, ami a conscientious desire
to relieve liuinan suffering, lie will semi
(free of charge) to nil who desire i*, this reccpe,
with full directions for preparing and
successfully using. Sent by return mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
l)u. \Y. C. Stkvkxs,
Mur.roe "look, Syracuse, N. Y.
rw TT Tr A x n? ~r-r
?a I iV J\. li ~?J 1 U!
Wc arc now prepared to furnish permanent situations
(or a lar^e number of persons, male ami female
who are tforkiI Port ieu
lnrs sent free <m application. Address, with stamp,
BoUTUKRN Co-oi-khativk Co., Nashville, Tenii.ZYKALZYO!
Application vui i>c made io s. d.
Keith, Clerk of the Court, for a Charter
(commencing from this day) for tho Meclinn*
icftl IT it i on iit Knsloy Station, South Carolina,
0. II. C. SMITH, President,
P. W, 1,1'liClIli, Vice-President.
J. L. COX, Scc'y & Treasurer.
Morel i 2,1870 20 4
"VYTILL bo sold at l'ickens Court House on
VV JSalcilay in April next,
A LOT OF LAND in the town of l'ickcns,
known in tlio 1*1 nt of the Town as Lot No.
. Sold as I lie property of li. II. Oriffin,
TKIIMS CASH? Purchaser (o pay cx tin for
On the snme ilajf, wo will sell all the Notes
nnd Accounts appraised worthless, due said
S. 1). KE1TII, )
J. A. QUIP PIN, ? Adm'rs.
.1. C. GRIFFIN. J
March 2, 1870 20 f?
BY virtue of nn cxccution to rno directed,
I will sell to tho highest bidder, nt Central
Station, on Saturday, 18th instant, the
following artiolcs, viz:
I Moslor Kallmann & Co. Safo
1 I'nir JtufFalo Softies, drawing 1,000 lbs.
'2 Sticks Salt,
41 I'nir Women's Shoes,
(i I'nir Men's Shoes,
7 I'nir Men's (Jailers,
8 l'air Hoots,
Levied on as tlie properly of Ilesfor & Hosier,
rii tlio suit Of Daniel Kline.
All I lie interest tlmt W. II. Ifesler lias In
(lie following articles:
I Mosier Kallmann & Co. Safe,
1 l'air 15ulfulo Scales, drawing 1,000 lbs.
2 .Sacks Salt, '
11 l'air Women's Shoes,
<> l'air Men's Shoes,
7 l'air Men's Gaiters.
8 I'air llooln,
Levied on n? (lieproperly of W. II. Hester,
it ilio suit of Jniiicx Fislior.
J. ItlliBY FKRGUSON, n.r.o.
March 2, 1H77 2(1 2
ILlSIiEY STATION, S. i1.
TI1E UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSEL) liavo
oponod outbusinoss at Easlcy Station,
A. L. R. R., and propose to keep a
first class slock ot
Mods and Groceries.
w ? 7
Which thoy proposo to sell at bottom
pt'iccs, as tho following pricos indi
Factory Yarn, ?1.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 cents per yard.
3-4 Shirting, 6J conts pjr yard.
Livcrpoc l Salt, 81.05 per Back.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Rio Coffee, best. 4 lbs to ? <lnll?r
Good Tobacco, at 05 emits por lb.
Flour, Family, S7 00 por bnrrol.
C. It. Baltiinoro Bacon, 13 cent? por
All othor tilings in proportion. Always
in tho Corn and Cotton Market;
and othor produco taken in oxchango
Guanos ol tho best on hand. Call
and examine before purchasing.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1876 20
TIIH UNDE11S1GNE1) RESPECTFULLY
call the attention ot'lhoir friends to the fuel,
that, in addition to their
Stook of General Merchandise,
Which is always full in it# varied brnnchcs.
They have on hand n quantity of different
Standard Fertilisers, at the following prices'
IS r a <1 1 v y ' s AiiiiitoiiiaiiMl I
Cash Price, $15 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, ul 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 16 cents, - GO 00
Cash Prico, $11 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Coltun
at lo ccnts, 6> 00
Cash l'rti e, ?1H 00
Time Price, payable in Currrncy, 6;i 00
Wilcox ?V ,^Iuaiipul?tc<l
Cash Price, $55 00
Time Price, pnyable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be added from FncfOry, and
payable in CASH. A'l time sales lo be clostd
l>y note, tine 1st day of November next.
IIU DOWNS & BOLT.
Easley, S> 0.t Fob. 23, 1870 iili
rpiIK many friends wlio lmvo so generously
JL subscribed lo the Methodist Church at
Kiisley, are hereby requested lo hai .1 in tlieir
subscripiiolis as curly as possible, lo either
of the undersigned, or lo Kev. Mr. Nlocknmn.
The lumber is on \he ground, and tho
churcli will he built as soon as the funds aro
raised. Lei every one respond.
1'. I). CUKUTON, Chairman.
0. S. BOLT. Treasurer
Enaloy, 8. C., Feb. 14, -1H70 24 2
I WILL sell lo llio highest bidder at 1'ick.
ens C. II., on Saleday in March next, the
Valuabic Town Lots in Pickens
Lots No. lOand 12 on Main Street, fronting
the New Hotel.
Lot No. ?r)fi, fronting on Cedar Ilock Street.
Lots No. 23 and 24, containing -1 acres
ciicii, nonr me resilience of J. E. Ilagoed.
TK11MS?One-half cash on day of sale, tho
other half on 12 rnonths time, with mortgage,
bearing 10 per cent interest.
JOSEPH W. SULLIVAN,
Feb 10, 1870 23 4
E. J. POTTER, M. D.
EASLTCY STATION, S. C.
("i RADUATE of a regular charlored school.
Tho L>*\ will respond to all calls with
dispatch. All oases striotly confidential
Private diseases treated in nil tlitir varied
forms, with tho erroro of youth and the dis>
cases of women and children.
Jau 0,1870 18 3m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
BMHVILLE C, H? S, C,
Practices hi (Joints of Pickens
Oounty, ni?d in United States Court)
t -* r IV if'Bimr ? ? ??
yy mm m m M'i fcV 3 * iTl iTl l'jN,
ATTORNEY ANI) f!Ol) N8EI.I.0H AT iiAW,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
IJraeticcB in Uic Circuit ourt nnd Courl o
l'robatc for Pickens ounly.
May Hi 1 'J Ou)
.NEW A I)V UttTfSKM KN'I'K ^
D R U 0 W5!
I WOULD AGAIN BESPEOTFULI
II il. > _ii - - r i?
ij vail uiu uuonuon 01 ino puono
to my well boloetcd and assorted
Consisting of m
JDJi Y & FANCY GOODS,
HA TS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
All of which 1 will boII chonp for cash#
I am Btill A?ont for tho "EUREs
KA." FERTILIZER, ono of tho boat
in tho market.
Prico payable in cotton at 15c. l*t
Nov., 860.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in currency lsi Nov.,
?55.00 per ton.
Prico nnvnblo in curIi on rlnlivnrv
I * ... "V f .
$-17.50 per ton.
Freight fcG.OO por ton, to bo added
to this point, and must bo paid in
Last but not least, lot mo improsa
it upon thoso who aro duo mo on ac-?
count for 1875, that I ncod tho monoy
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at onco and favor mo aa I
favored you. 1
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- CFob
17, 1870 24 tf
WK will sell for cash lo (he highest bidder,
til Pickens Couvt House, on Snlodny fn
March next, 1870, nnd continue frotu day to
any, unui soni, nil live
| the Kslftle ofK. H. Griffin, Jr., deoeiaeil.
Amongst nflicr (flings the entire stock of
Goods belonging to sniil Rstnto will ho sold,
consisting of everything to bo found in a
siore of general mcrclmndiso; such ns n largo ,
and varied stock of tlie best of Shoes, fin?
lints, Calicoes, llendy-Mndo Clothing, C??inicres,
Jnues, Flannels, nnd Cotton niul Woolen
Goods oi every description.
A fine lot of LMATIIKll, Upper nnd Sole,
Harness. Bridles. Smlillos
A line lot 01 OROChlUES find Hnrdunrc of
every description, nnd many oilier things too
numorous to mention.
S. I). KKlTIf,
15. F MOIUJ KS, '
n i Administrators.
FeV) 10, ]8?0 23 3
BY virtue of nn order from I. If. Pliilpot,
Judge of Probate, I will sell at Pickens C.
I!., on Snleday in March next, the following
PERSONAL PROPERTY, belonging to the
Estate of J. M. McFatl, deceased, for cash, to
About 11 BALES COTTON;
One Lot Pot Ware;
Iron, lings and lUcc, &c.
One Horse, Twiggy n?d Harness, on R creiN
it until I lie 1st November, 1870 Purchnscrs
to give note with two good sureties, with interest
W. T. MoFALL, Adm'r.
Feb 14, 287G 24 3
SIIl.lt 1F1 \S SAIjKS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Pickkns.
i?i viriuo ot nn execution (o mc directed,
\j I will bcII before (lie Court House door,
at Pickens C. H., on saleday in Maroh next,
the following properly, viz:
One Hundred acres more less, sit unto in
Piokcns County, 011 \Vcavor'? 4reek, waters
of Oolenoy llivcr, adjoining lands of ??
Levied on as the properly of Lemuel A. Howard,
vb. W. S. Kirkscy, Administrator of
JntnoK Keith, deceased.
TE/iMS CASH. Purchasers to pny extra
J. Ill LEY FEROIiaftv - - -
Feb 10, 1870 23 " ' "^'4
Homestead ?nd Exemption,
NOTICE is horeby given, that Nancy C.
Stewart, widow of A.-J. Stewart, deceased,
has made application tc me, to have
a Homestead set off (o hor, out of tho Kstnle
of said deceased, and that I will pass upon
tho saino at my oflice in the Court Housn a#.
ricnens, South Carolina, on Wednesday, '
April 6th, A. I). 187(3, at 11 o'clock, ft. m.
I. H. IMIILPOT, j.r.r.c.
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Homestead and Exemption- ^
"VTOTICK is hereby K'vc?> O. II. O.
IN Smith, of 1'lckenfl Countv, South Caroll*
na, has- applied to ine for Homestead and
Exemption in the Heal Kstato and Personal
Property of tho said t). II. C. Smith; find that
I will linA" ll " '
?' >" op".. ?iir muno ni my ollioo in (ho
Court ICouso nt Pickens, Soulh Carolina,
on Monday, April 3d, A. 1>. 1870, at 11 ft ra
I. II. JIILrOT, j r.p.o.
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