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PICK ENS C. 11., S. C.:
Thursday. Jnnr 22,187?.
Tho Ne^ro Vote
Wo noticed somo time since, that
ono ot tho Democratic Clubs in Andorson
County, requested tho Intolligoncer
and Journal, tho two papors
of thnt county, to dovoto as much as
ono column cach wcolc to editorials,
specially written for tho onlighton**
mont of tho colorrd v'of.orR nf t.hnl
county, with tho viow of influoncing
them to voto with tho whites, and tho
Democrats woro rcquostod to road
and oxplnin thorn When opportunity
afforded. This, as a thoory in politics,
mitfht do vory woll, but wo aro afraid
that practically it would provo a fails
uro. Tho nogroes, as a class, aro not
capablo of comprehending or appreciating
nowspapor arguments, hosidos
thoy havo heon taught to mistrust all
such arguments, howovor woll meant
or kindly givon. Uut wo would not
discourago any effort in that direotion,
to draw iho aid of tho nogro void to
ilio nalivo whitOB, where itpropcrally
unci naturally should go, for thoir intercut
aro identical, but a hotter plan,
wo think, would bo a littlo inoro personal
and individual effort on tho part
of tho whites. Tho nogrocsaro oithor
thoir hired laborers or tonants and
thoy aro thrown in daity intorcourso
with thorn, which affords an opportunity
of conversing with and instructing
thom in thoir political duties. Tho
nowspapor is a groat |>oliticivl lover
when pr'oporly supported, but without
tho individual efforts and corporation
of its party frionda it is almost powerless.
T!io nogro would more readily
bolievo the arguments of his employer
than those of a nowspapor, whilo tho
oiuployer might very properly call
the nowspapor to his aid. Our poo-.
I> 10 haVO boon too illdiflnrnnf. in l-na..
< " W"V "* *
poet to tho onlightonmont of tho nogro
and winning him ovor by personal
efforts and arguments. No
person, or clue.* of mon can exort tho
influonco over tho negro as tho farmor.
It is with them that tho negro, prin-*
cipally, has nil his interconso and
looks to for instruction and assistance.
In all matters rolating to his indiviiuul
'voltaic, he seeks their udvioo and
counsel, but when it comes to mattora
of politics ho is a stranger to them.
Why is this? Simply because the
employer, or former master has nevor
made any well directed advances towards
him. Ilo has cursed and abused
mm bocauso ho did not ?co hi? true
political intcroht and vole with llio
whites, forgetting tlint thore was a
certain clans ol men, who for political
advancement and personal gain, woro
daily infusing tlio poison of Radicalism
into his mind. Thoy should have at
01100 commonccd a countor movomont,
and appliod an antodoto. It is not
loo lute yet. J'ovorty and diro distress,
tho i i*u i is of Kadi oft I rule, havo
partly accomplished what tho want
ol effort on the part of tho whites lias
failed to do. -I I is oxtromo want which
lia? increased with timo, lias caunod
him to pauso and sook tho cause. Jlis
inind has bccome inoro malloablo and
opon to conviction. In our opinion,
nothing remain* tr> l.? -
0 - MV UWIIV l/W Will a
sufficient number of them ovor to
carry tho elect-on in tluH tttnto, but a
well directed cfTort on tho pnrt of tho
whites. J>ct overy truo man consider
it a duty encumbent upon him, to go
to worlf, by logitimato means, to win
over n nogro voto. If only oim in ten
mccocd^ the work is accomplished,
and tho State will bo ro'loomod, Little
kindnosscs, which in many instance*
onn bo oxtondod without any pccuni*
ary loss, has a wondorful offoet on tho
negro, and can bo tviod without any
oompromiso of prinoiplo. Tho Domo
! cratic clubs might tako up tho consideration
ot this subject and doviso a
plan by which much good might bo
acoomplishod. Lot tho effort bo mado,
and if properly and skillfully dirootod,
tho onds will bo accomplished. At
this timo thoro is absolutely nothing
boing dono, by tho pross or individuals
to win ovor his voto to Domocraoy
and good government. Lot us shako
off tho Iothargy that foil upon us oight
yoars ago, and go into tho work with
a determination to win. Onco tho
roaolution is fixed, dofoat will bo impossible.
Thoro is mngio in determination.
The Cincinnati CandidatesTho
Republican Convention which |
convonod at. Cincinnati, on tho 14th
inBt., uominatod Governor Ilayos, of
Ohio, for President, on tho sovonth
hallott. Judgo Wlioelor of Now York
was nominntod for yice-Prosidcnt.?
Thotjo men, wo prosumo, arc tho
"Great Unknown," and ai'o likoly to
romain bo aftor tho oloction. Tho
tjines are not favorablo for tho flying
of tho bloodv nhirt. Iionco. tho dofcat
of Blaino and Morton. Ifo\v this
tickot will bo rocoivcd by tho country
it is not poseiblo to say at (his timoDistressing
loarn that tho train on tho Anderson
Koad, whilo roturning lrom
Bolton to Andofson Court IIouso
about ton o'oloclc on Friday night, the
i 41% 11>? 4
lui/ii innuiiii, uiuku ouiuu^ii tuu uua.
tlo ovor Broadaway Creole, and lei Hod
ovory porson on it?fivo in number.
Wo havo not boon ablo to loarn tbo
names of any of tbo unfortunato pars
tios oxoopt that of Wilson, tho Engin
oor, and Sullivan, tbo Mail Agent.
Tho giving away of tho trostlo was
causod by tho hoavy rains.
The Freshet and Its Damagos.
On Sunday, the lltli inst. rain commenced
fulling in this section, and continued at intervals,
during day and nigbt uutil Saturday night
following, when it seemed that the Heavens
had opend and tho Hoods turned loose, causing
the most doelructivo freshet that, within
tho memory of tho oldest inhabitants, has
tfioiu.l 'PI.~ i
urvi Tioiiuu uun ouvuuu. j nu uivurn (uiu
Creeks were overflown and the water extended
from bill to hill, washing largo channels
through the bottom lands, covering up the
corn with sand and mnd, causing, in many instances,
a total destruction of the crop. The
up-landa, though not so extensively washed*
have been seriously damaged. All the bridges
in the County, with but one or two exceptions,
so far as wo havo boon ablo to learn, were
washed away, and those not washed away,
were considerably damaged. On the Saluda
ltivcr, wo aro informed, evory one in (he
County, except that of Blytho'a, wore swept
away. Wo have not heard from all the
bridges on Twelve Mile, but ao fav, ouly one,
known as Rogers', tliree mileat West of this
pluco, escaped. The Socona bridge was
partly washed away, but tho oitizens in (he
vicinity ropaircd it on Monday last, audioiently
to bo passed. Wo have not heard
from the Keowee. On Town Crook and Wolf
Creek, near this place, wo boleivo there is not
a bridge left, The bridge ou tho Eighteon
Mile Crock, near Pendleton, was completely
carried off. Tho damago to mill dams, bo far
as we have been ablo to ascertain, has boon
equally as great. Tho dam at the Wool Fac
(aki? iI.a * i n-im- o t
.1.1 J, mill tuu Mima Ul iUUOBlO. UIIlUll 04 ijCH.
Icy, on Wolf Crook, anil of Mossrs. Folgor &
Newberry, ou Town Creek, were broken and
nearly all carricd away, but tho houses and
niachinory escaped serious damage. In the
neighborhood of Central Station, tho rain was
accompanied hy a heavy wind, which uprooted
nearly all the trees within .its scope, and blew
down several small houses. Mr. L. J. Hamilton
informs us that it I.lew off tlio tops and
ilie limbs of bin cotton, totally destroying his
| crop. The storm in bis neighborhood was
not exceeding a half mile In width, but how
fur it extended, or tho oxto.ni nf iii? iinm??i.?
tlonc, lie whs nol able to inform us. The dam"
ages lo the Air-Line Railroad in the County
is vory great, and will rerjuiro a great deal
of oxpensc and labor to repair it. Two deop
tills, one about two miles East of, and the
other about the same distance West of Easley
Station, wcro washed out, nnd, though the
work of fdling them up again is very heavyt
we leurn tho company has a large force H|
work, and will, in a fow days," have the trains
running regularly over them, An accident
occurred, during Ihc rains, on the Georgia
end of Ihc road, by which nn engineer, and
perhaps one or two others wore killed. Wo
have also heard that nn accident occurred on
the road in Spartanburg County, in this
Stale, but on account of the obstruction of the
mails, we have learned no particulars. At
this time it is not possible to oven approximate
tho'nmonnt of damages dono. We trust,
however, that they rttay prove much less than
is now supposed.
Stir Noxt Tuoedny tho National
uomuurHuu v^unvuiiuoii iuooih ftt
Louis, for tl?o purposo of nominating
candidates for Prosidont and VicoPresident
of tlio United Slates. JNo
doubt i^.s selections will bo wise and its
candidates successful in the election
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
Washington, Juno 18,1876.
?? sucokbs !" tilk dkmocuatio watcuwa11d.
Personal intercourse with lending Democrate
from every section of the country, who
have been in Washington during this session
of Congress, and a careful scanning of tlio
principal Democratic journals from every
State, has forocd upon mo the conviction tha4 !
there has not been, for many years, so great |
ft determination to succoed in a Presidential
olcction, as exists now in tho Dounooratio
party. Tho necessity for bucoobs was never
mora keenly folt; nor litis there boon, for years
so muoh roason to expoct suocess. Upou
tlicso points wo aro agreed; it is only upon
tho question of policy that wo aro divided.?
But oven then, tho willingnoss to yield profercnocB
to what shall seem to be the wisost
coilrso is almost unanimous; and it only remains
to determine wliat the wisest courso is.
Tho fact is not disputed, I boliovo, that neither
party can win without the State of Now York.
And it is also agreed that Administrative Roform
is to be the chief issue of (lie campaign.
I It was, therefore, to bo expectcd that Gov.
Til Jen should be selected as the man most
certain to bocoiae the next President of the
United States, if nominated by the Democratic
party. Believing him to be so, I liavo,
from time to time, frankly stated the facts o^
his career, as the leader of Reform movement
that has relieved the Democracy of the great
State of New York ofa blighting disgrace and
made him the most popular man within its
AN A1USTOCKATIU PUDLIC KOBIIKH DROUGHT
Tlio ideas in the preceding paragraph were
suggested to me by reading in Ihc New York
Herald and Tribune of to day (tho JWorld is
strangely Bilout) editorials on tho conviction
of Gcorgo D. Lord, at, lhiffalo, of frauds in
the management of tho Canals. The Lord
family have been to the State of New York
whatTwoed was to tho city; with the difference
that while Tweed was plebinn and vulgar,
tho Lords were aristocratic and "res*
pectable." When Governor Tildcn commenced
war upon tho Canal ltiug, this family and
I )???? wnrtllliv nntl i^owopfnl r?nnt\or*I inn<t <lo
fied him, precisely as did the Tweed Ring.?
But the people were on the side of justiconnd
honest government; they have sustained Oov.
Tilden at every step, and, yesterday, tho chief
member of the Canal King was convicted of
crimes that may send him to prison for fivo
years. Is it strange that Governor Tilden is
opposed, wheu many of those fighting agwinst
him arc struggling to save themselves from
the penitentiary? Hut, for every ihief unit
rises against nun, uvu iiuiivsi men i-umu iu m?
support. Tho Tribune Bays of Lord's conviction:
"Among (ho pooplo nt largo this
cvifjenco of the practibility of tho Governor's
rcfo 'ins will make a deep impression," nml
(hints that the question of Governor Tilden's
sire ig(h and popularity is settled. The Herald
akes a similar viow of the matter.
arc beginning to loom np in both parties, in
view of tho possibility that tho friends of the
gentlemen most prominently mentioned in
connection with tho Presidency will become
bo embittered against each other [that tho
nomination of none of tho rivals is possibleOf
the Republicans Wheeler, of New York'
Washburno, of lllinoise, nt>w Minister to
France, and Governor Ilarirnnft, of Pennsylvania,
arc most spoken of?)Vhecler, perhaps,
ahead. Among tho r&mocrats, if
neither Bayard, Til len, Hancock, Hendricks
Thurman or Parker can be nominated, Gov.
Thomas Swann, of Maryland, will be strongly
urged as n candidate. Mr. Swann's public
career is unspotted, and his private character
is without blemish. And, in speaking of
Governor Swann, I am reminded of a fact
that comparatively fow persons consider,
ll.n ? ?f nul.lin n.All
It is tins. Tho Government official who 1ms
nil the; help ho requires, who is provided
from the T'ublio Treasury with all tho money
he requiros for the payment of expenses
which he may deem necessary; has a fine time
of it compared with (he conductor of largo
private enterprises, whose duties require of
him that lie shall not only prosocuto them to
success, but shall also provide tho means for
doing so. George Law, Cornelius Vandorbilt,
A. T. Stewart, Thomas Swann and a
sooro of other able and wealthy railroad men,
projectors of steamship lines, inventors, and
others, whose pursuits in private life have
contributed to the wealth of the country, and
to give it a high place among the nations of
the earth, hr?vo no! only performed duties
through life similar to those of our host Cabinet
Officers, and equally boncficial to tho
people, but have been obliged, also, and at
the same time, to perform the incomparably
more difficult task of raising the means for
the payment of expenses. Of Mr Hwunn it
may bo said that lie has never touched any
enterprise, of either a public or private cliaractcr,
in which he has not accomplished his
purposo to tiie satisfaction of all concerned
?whether as Governor of his Male, Mayor
of Baltimore, a Representative in Congress,
President of a railroad, or in any other of
the various enterprises of private life of which
no huh ucon tne director.
MR. ltl.A IN I'.
The excltoment occasioned by the sudden
illness of Mr. Itlaine was very intonso here,
and in hardly abated at (ho time I write. It
ia not possible to foresee what the cfTcct will
be upon his chances for tlio nomination at
Cincinnati; but it would scorn hardly safo to
nouiinato a man for President whoso brain
may have been seriously affected by apoplco*
tin effusjon. Still thcro can be 110 doubt tha
Maine's illness has had the effect to create
great sympathy for him, even among his po
litical enemies, And the tolcgrams from Cincinnati
give assuranco that none of his friend"
have yet deserted him on account of it. Jilaino
in not a man whom tlio Democratic party need
fear if he is nominated. 11c has very grea1
ability, k .u has more personal popularity
than any otlwr limn named in connection wit'i
the Cincinnati nomination. IIo is a genera)
fnvorilo with the members of the Tress, to
1- ~m L!m 14**
vruiuu mui uu unci)'-muuii ui lua jpviuiutv ?u
vaoccmont- But lie is so Involved, even by
his own statements, in questionable, if no1
positively corrupt, transactions, as a metnbor
of Congress; that, whatever may havo been th?
tomporaryjcfTcot of his daringjeoup demaln(e) !
in tlio IIoubc, tho sober seoond thought of tho ,
poople-will condemn him, and ho will, if nominated,
prove an unfortunate choice.
Sl'BAKKH KKHll'S THIUMI>K '
gives general satisfaction hero. The report of 1
the llouso Committee fully exonerated him
from tho oharge of bribery brought against
hiib by Harney, and was signed by all tho
members of the oommittoo, including the two
Republican mombers. Tho latter made
O^JUVUllCO UApit'OOiUg tuuu UUI1UUOUUU 111 I11U illtegrity
of Mr. Korr, and tho IIouso unanimously
accoptcd (lie report of the committeo. Altogether,
it was a pleasant sceno to witno3S in
these times, when party spirt is so rife,
Mit. Editor: In viow of tho proxi*?
mato action of tho different Demos
cratic Clubs upon tho plan ofnominaton
bv nrimarv oloction. rocontlv flub
w i / i /
mittod to thoin, n fow thoughts upon
fho subjocl nro submitted for tho con>
sidorntion of tho roadore of your vnl>
uablo papor. Tho system in question,
allowing as it doos to ovory citi/.on,
a dircct voto in nominations, ap?
poals so powerfully to his democratic
instincts, that ho is apt to overlook
its disadvantages, nor woigh carofully
tho "pros and cons." It is proposed
to hrielly notico oomo of tho defocts
r\( < hrt dt'ul n A ?v? 111 4 J I i c 5 %r r\f n a ??
VI l/IIV PJ OH/lil, iL Ill II I vl JM IV I U j U1 IIVU1
inees would probably follow tho adoption
of this plan, thorcby giving t0
tho largest box tho general nominee;
tho power of determining tho individual
to bo supportod by tho entire
Democracy of tho County. Now, thero
would bo no special objoction to thisil
tho club making this nomination wore
capablo of soleoling a nominoo for tho
wholo County. But from tho nature
of things, tho contrary must bo tho
caso Thero aio doubtless in every
club in tho Countv. men caoablo ol
/ ' 4
selecting tho strongest?tho buBt men
with whom 10 opposu the liadiea!
cftndidato, but it is idle to suppose
the majority of any club is composed
of such men. Again, supposing all
the clubs to bo numerically equal, the
caso is not altered as regards I ho pos
siblo unfitness of the nominee, except
upon tho assumption of a thorough
acquaintance oi cur citizens, ono with
thoothor throughout the County. The
? I ? 11 -A i _ if rni
pian win mui uour examination. jlmo
olil way is tho bottor?tlmt of nomination
by delegation, acting in convention,
whoro tho domands of the
common weal and tho claims of all
aro considorod and diacussod, and aa
a roault, tho man for tho County selected.
Some of tho advocatos of tho
primary election plan urgo as an objection
to nomination by convention
?the liability of tho latter to be influenced
and managed by a ''King."
This is tho only objection bearing
ovon tho scmblanco of roason, tlml
can bo brought against tho mode of
nomination by convontion, and its
puerility bccomos ovidont when wo
conaidor tho simplicity of tho romedy.
Wo havo only to select as delogaton,
men whoso loyalty to principlo and
zoal for tho common weal, will not allow
them to turn asido from the performanco
of duty to pandor to tho
ivishes of an individual or a ".King," if
such an influonco should over ho
brought to bear upon the action of
our convention. Ami, fortunately,
thoro arc many such good oitizons in
overv club in the County. Tlio great
advantage to bo derived from a noin*.
inating convention?if not the only
reason for convening ono at all, in to
bo found in the opportunity it affords
for conforoncc and discussion, whereby
it is enabled to seloct not only the
best men, but tlio strongest men for
nominoes?men whoso characters are
hugn an 10 carry noi only ino jjciuos
cracy to a man, but lo demand tho
Ruffrngo of tlio wavering and iri'oaoluto
ot tho other party.
Eaflloy, S. C., Juno 17, 1870.
Kx?Govornor Z. iJ. Vaneo ha?
boon notninatod by tho Domocratio
uonvontion ot JNortli Uaroliina tor
Governor of that Stuto.
\W G ovornor Porry'H first choico nt |
St. Louin will bo llondrioks?ho will,
howovor, support tho most nvnilablo
Political SlntoHnro boing rnado
up and tho wiros pullod with a vonKivnco.
IrtfF'Jouh Hillings' punctuating 'crit
tor' is vory nnmorous nnd postiforous
tit is season. '
V of Lho tMlis'/tinR of Collnt.on nnrl
Bonn tort Cbuntios aro notuully on tho |
vorgo of starvation, and havo boon
forccd to appoal to tho public for
holp. Charloston baa alrosdy conlri^
butod liberally and roliovod, to some
oxtont, their iimnodiato wants, but
without moro help those unfortunat0
citizens will not bo ablo to malco thoir
orops, if, indood, thoy can provent star
vation. Othor sections of tho Stato
will doubtless sond thoir contributionsTho
Charloston Nows and Courior expresses
its willingness to roceivo any
contribution, and to soo that it is
For the Legislature,
The ninny friends of D. F. BRADLEY,
Ksij., respectfully announce liiin ns ft
ennditfnte for fhc Legislature?subject, how? 1
ever to tlic Democratio Nominating Contention.
Mr. Bkaulky served us fuillifully in llic last
Legislature, and a more indefatigable worker,
or watchful servant of the interest of his constituents
enn not be found in the Coitnty,
For Clerk of CourtTlic
many frieiuls of JOHN J. LEWIS
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
Clerk of the Court of riekens County at the
ensuing election, subject, however to tho
Sir. Lr.wis is a true and tried Democrat,
amlliis fine business qualifications eminently
fit him for the oflice. *
For Probate Judge.
Jpcgr* The many friends of W. G. FIELD,,
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
Judgo of Probate of Tickens County at the
ensuing cloction?subject however, to the
action of Hie Couuty Democratic Nominating
WeS* The many friends of J. RILEY FERGUSON
respectfully announce him as a candidate
for ro?nl<>nlion In Mia nU'ir-n r.f
of Pickens County fU tho ensiling election ?
subject, however, to the Kctiou of tlio County
Democratic nominating Convention, *
For School Commissioner.
J5>5y~ The ninny friciuls of l'rof. J. II. CAUL.ISLH
respectfully announce him as ft can?.
didate for tho oflice of School Commissioner
of Pickens County at (lie ensuing election,
subject however, to the action of the Democratic
?TtV Tho many friends of M. 8. IIKNIJ
HICKS, respectfully announce him hh a
candiuaiu for School Commissioner of Pickens
County, at the eusuing election?subject,
nowevcr, to tno notion or llic County Democratic
nominating Convention. *
SATIN GLOSS STARCH.
Lsc it once, and you will use
IMPROVED CORN STARCH.
rronouncu by Jurors of Orcat International
Exposition, Paris, 1807, to be tho
"PERFECTION OF QUALITY."
A trial will insuro its popularity everywhere,
None genuine without Durycaa' on
For sale by Grocers generally.
June 8, 1871) -10 1y
STATE OF SOUJ'II CAROLINA.
.jcase uiciiBiiaw V8. tfarnh Julian and 0. W.
J>V virtue of an execution to me directed,
) I will Kel! to the highest bidder, at l'ickena
Court House on Saledny in July next,
during the legal hours of salo,
One Tract of Land, containing Sixty Acres
more or les*, bounded by lands of II. N. Looper,
Solomon iioopcr, Lucre!in A. Dnotis and
others. Levied on as the property of Sarah
TKII.MS CA.HII?Purchasers (o pay extra
for titles. ,
J. IlILEY FERGUSON, a.r.c.
June B, 1870 40 3
Pi ok on 8 Prloes Curro nt?
CORItKOTKI) WKKKI.Y IIY W. T. M'FALli.
Cotton per pound, packed.
v>Ol lull per pounu, 8CCU, 4o
Itncon per pound, lOf
Lard per pound, - 20c
I'ork per pound, iOo
Corn per bushel, 75o
Wheat per bushel, $1 .f>0
Flour por barrol, ?8M$10
Apples, Dried, por bushel. $1.00
Apples, Groen, per bushel, $1.00
Pens por bushel 5>Oo
llultor per pound, lftfj?20o
lloef per pound, 6'@Qo
Ilooswax, por pound, 26o
Tnllcw, per pound, (5j0
OII1CKU.IB, Jim iiui.v., lf)C
IlidcH, Dried por pound, ]2j0
Hides, Green, per ponnd, g0
Hgg?. perDoien, 10o
Finders, por bunliel, $] (((,
Feathers, per pound, * r)()
Wool, per pound, jy
1 WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL,
ly call tho nttontion of tho public %
to my woll boloctod nnd nsBortod
SPOT AMD SUMMER D&T-M0D3,
BUY k FANCY GOODS,
ii a to a nr n ha t>.<2
-M. *. * M. -M. bJ AM. Ml X/ VJlA JL A_/j
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cents' Clotting Mado a CpotiaHf.
//yl/e/; WA RE, kC.
All of which 1 will ooll choap for cash.
i am Btill Agent for tho "EUREs
KA" FERTILIZER, ono of the boat
in tho mnrkct.
Prico payahlo in cotton nt 15c. 1st t
JNOV., SUU.UU per ton.
Price payablo iu curroncy 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash on dolivory, *
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $0.00 per ton, to bo nifdfod
to this point, and most bo paid ia
.Last but not least, let mo impress
it upon thoso \yho aro duo mo on acn
count for 187f), that I ncod tho money
and MUST I1AVE SETTLEMENTS. "
Pay up at onco and favor mo as I
M. \V. FOKD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
Feb 17, 187(1 24 tf
hUK bAEE. ,
rpiIK undersigned will sell at Private .Sale,
J. his valuablo PLANTATION, known ?s
the Lnrkin Hendricks place, containing 112
acres, on which there are about 40 ncres of
first class bottom. There is also a good new
Cotton Gin and Press on the place, good
Dwelling aud all necessary Outbuildings.
Another Tract, containing 1G8J acres, on
which there arc fine Up Lnnds, well timbered
and first class bottom: and a fine Orchard.
All my Interest in Lark in Hcudrick's
If not sold at Private Sate beforo ihe Z0ti?
of next Sopteraber, all the above proporljr
will be disposed of at Public Sale.
1*. O. aildrcsa, Dacusvillc, l'ickens County,
A. 0. JK8SB CftKNBIIAW.
Muyll.1876 30 td
The Stato of South Carolina* M
IN PRO BAT K COURT.
S. D. KfiitJl- NftLliftnSnl I.unM. o^.l *.???.!
Hendricks, Kxecutors of tho Inst Will and
Toslnmont of Tyro ltopor, deceased, Plain- /
Darcus Roper, Samuel Ropor, Anion Roper,
Mary (). Sutherland ct al. Defendants.
Summons for Relief?complaint not sorved.
To the Defendants, Samuel Roper, Amos
Roper, Mary O. Sutherland, Rebecc* C.
Lewis and Klijnh Roper.
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the petition in this action, of
which a copy is filed in tho office of Iht Prebate
Judge, fortmid County and Stute, ?ud ~
to serve a copy of ycur answer to tho said
pvmuu vu ins Duusonucrs ni ineir oitice, ftt
I'ickens Court House, within twenty daye f
after the service hereof, exclusive of the daj
of such service; ami if you fail to answer the
petition within tiic time nforcdaiu, iho PUiutifTin
this action will apply o the Court fer
tho relief demanded in the petition,
Du'ed May 2?, A I). 1S7?.
JIOLCOMI1U & CHILD,
To .Samuel Roper, Amos Hoper, Mtrv
O. Sutherland, liobecca C. Lews, and Klijah
Hoper, Defendants: Take notice that the pe.
t it ion in this case was this day filed in the
omcc 01 tne Judge ol l'rubnte for IMckena
IIOLCOMDE & CHILD,
June 1, 1870 39 g
Assessment Notice I -
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
1'ickkns V. II., S. C., Juno 15, 1870.
I WILL attond tho following placet* on the
days designated, for lho purposo of receiving
tho Returns of Taxable Properly for ^
I ho year 1S7G, to wif:
Knaley .S'tation, 10th, 20lh nnd21st Juno.
Liberty Station, 22(1 ami 23d June.
Central Station, 27th anil 28th JuHe.
J.J. Ilord's, '20th and 80th June.
Daousvillo, 4th and 5th July*
I'umpkintown, 7th and 8th July.
Eastatoo, 11th and 12th July.
Taxpayers will pleaso remember that my
Hooks close on the 20th July, 1876; after *
whioh time the penalty will attach.
A rriMrir\ \* >JA?
Auditor Pickens County.
June 1 r>, 1870 41 2
Effi HIGH SCHOOL.
rpHK Second Session of the ftbovo named
I School will onon TiihriIhv t..?? ??w
1870. ' "
For terms, &c., n<l<lrcH8 (ho Principal.
J. Q. STOCKMAN.
May 2fi, 1870 38 tf ^