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,,ag your XubsiePtoUO
ItyO few taNtr qwen.
vOa'tMlmost an entire failure.
Quietude reigns supreme.
Wo.have heurd of no liew case of
Local iterbi:(this waek) by a new
band at thO bellows.
h t in this county was never
TO e mising than at present.
Now- is 'the. tiie tq ;4tig up the
weelVatd lot the corn grow."
Ng8s'. Ragoed and 'Alexander are
r1ghtl'ide up with care.
Cotton has about spun out. It will
avorage about seventoon hundred fine.
So small and scattoring.
Garden and vogotablo patches are
doing welt-scarcely ever better at
t414'sabon of the year.
'If an one slwuld send us a mess of
Irish potatoes, it would certainly
mako aa,feel very "Irishy."
Otur Professor turns down all the
tOWi.o11 Harty laughing.
Some of our neighbors is hallowing
MhUrrai or Cooke aud Mackey.
Jorremiah Loopor has become a
ggpd Ilamptou man.
-Thd mad dog excitement is running
vAry,high at present.
'61. U. is a good business man and
very ooo'mmodating it it pay's.
It Is ab6ut time that some of our
subscribers were paying for their pa,
Oui- Esq. and friend 11. has inade
quite an improvement on the walking,
Col. Griffin is quito happy in car,.
rying mail for our place, but more so
in going to Baylis' for his friends.
"Our Bill Arp" snys he proposos to
take work as he can hold it.
George James has just cornpleted a
new shelter over his bodding.
The City Author'itios allow a bull,
which has not "seven heads," but
abont seven horns, to go at large on)
There are several aspirants for of
.flee in the loaters club, which is to
be orgahized soonl.
ronity is in groat demand at this
place. Waddy has just finished a
new coop, and is anxious to go into
the poultry business with a vim.
.Judge Field, on coming to his office
a feow days ago, found his picture
pasted on ~he door wvithi a fish in his
mouth, alkut half swallowed.
betime is "up" for killing deer
and turkeys this season, but if any
friend should accidently kill one and
give us a mess, we would say but lit
tio abgut it.
We are informed that our friend
W. B.-Allgood has not gono back on
Hiampton at all-is only just plowing
three of the ox kind this spring. Hurii
rah for him.
- The Quarterly Conforence of tho
%ethodist Church will be held st Pick
ens-C. H., on Saturday before the 2d
Sdtl'day in June. Rev. 0. A Darby,
P. E., and other distinguished minZ
isters are expected. There will bo
two sermons on Sunday. one at 10b
o'clock, a. m. and one at 4 o'clock
Two of our Court officers made a
trip to Greenivillo the other day, and
retarried about eighteen hours behind
time. It is said they occupied the
we ag'ee cars and the corner at Southern
and Bramletts until the train had
piished and left them, that accounts
for their detention. One thing we
know, they returned as clean shaved
a,ia4 shorn as '.ve ever read of, except
the man from WaIhalla, mentioned
in the News some time ago.
PlMy tho request of a lady friend, we
putblish the following recipe: Hlamp
t,1padmgor Cako.--A tea cup of mo
lasses, one tea cup of brown sugar
.one toa eup of butter, three tea cupE
of flour, three eggs, a tablespoonful ol
powdeored ginger, and a toaspoonful
of,494. ;Rub the butter and sugar to
a cream; beat the eggs light, and add
them;dhon stir in the molasses, git,%
gor, flour, and lastly the soda, which
must be first dissolved in a little water
~nd inilk. Bake in a pan in a quick
Ask fur druggist for Shrinor's In.
4dian Vormifuge and if lie fails to su
Ply you, address the Proprietor, IDas
w d lE. Fontz, Baltimore, Md.
'Ger. Walkor wa~s olected Senator
on the 1,5th instant from Chester, by
near'ly 1,000 majority. The negre
voted largely ,,,:h te Dnwres
JUST RECE1VED AT.
M c F ALL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIGIIl
,,u S EE
A splendid assortment, and prices t
suit the times.
CROCKERY, TIN AN]
All kinds, sizes and prices, from
Half Pint Cup to a 20 gallon Was
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and a
the leading artiules always on han<
Hoavy ani ran07 MO
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit overy one.
CAND)Y AND CRACKERS,
CANNED GOODS & PICKiLE!
And in fact a gencial assortment
Como andi( soc for your' self.
W. T. McF~ALL.
May 10, 1877 35
.1. We hiereLy give notice to all whom
maI:y concern, t hat on the 20thI day of Jun
1877, we will apply to thme Judge of Prohni
for the County of Pickens, for a Final Di:
charge as the Administrators of the Estate
Calvin O'Dell, deceased.
MARY A. O'DELL. Adm'x,
.1. PER RY LOOPER, Admn'r.
May 17, 1877 304
alade any day in Purra and( CALs. Inve
according to your' meanis. $10, $50 or $10
in S-rOCK PRlIVILEGEs4, has brought a SnU1
fortune to the careful investor. We advi:
when and how to operate safely. Book wil
full information sent free. Address orders I
mail and( telegraph to BAXTER & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 17 Wall ht., N.
May 17, 1877 80 1y
F c)T T Z'S
llorse and Cattle Powders,
Tnh preparation, !ong and favoiab:
known, will thioroughly re-invigora
broken down and low-spIrited horst
-3 by strengthening and ecansing Li
stomach and intestines.
- is dra sure provontive of all disao
F E VE R , (ANDERs, Y ELLOW.
WATER, JHiAVEs. CouGiis, D)1S.
TEMfPER, FEVER$, FO UN D E R -
LOSS 0oF APPETITE AND VITALi
E~NER(GY, &o. Its use improves
tho wind, Inr cases the appetite
gvs asmnoot an gossyskin-an
Lntoa alne-looking and spirited horse.
To keepers of Cows this prepar
tion is invaluable. It is a su repr
ventivo against Rinderpest, Hollo
Hlorn, etc. * It has been proven I
aculexperiment to increase ti
tiuantity or milk and( cream twenti
per cent. andi nake the butter fir;
and ivweet. In fattening cattle
tives them an appetite, loosens their hido, and mna
them thrive much faster. ,.
rn all (diseases of Swine, sucht as Coughs, Ulcers I
tho Lungs, Liver,&c., this articlo acts
asi a speciflo. By putting from one
bait a paper to a paper in a barrel of
swill the abofo diseases will be eradi
cated or etittrely prevented. If given
Ir tie, Ho Certinroventive andi
DAVID E. rOUTZ, Proprietor,
od thby gtt F a nd Stor1eeper ti rotg
Cristadoro's Hair Dye is the SAFEST ai
BEST; it acts instantaneously, producingt
most naturl shades of Black or Brown; de
NOT ST AIN the SKIN, and is easily applic
It-is a standard preparation, andi a favor.
upon every well appointed Toilet for Lady
Gentleman. Sold by Druggists.
-P. 0. Box, 1533. New York.
Dec 21. 18bti 1s a
The Healthiest of us are Liable to obstruc
tions in the bowels... poe't neglect them. It
is necessary to outrago the palate with naus
eous drugs in such eases. The most effective
laxative known is Tarrant's Effervescent
Seltzer Aperient, and it is also the most
agreeable. Its operation is soothing, cool
ing, painless. Sold by all druggists.
a week in your own town. Terms and
$V 55, qU fit frfCe. Il. , #iL ETT CO.,
We will during these lIaid Times dispose of
PIANOS and ORGANS, new and second--hand
of first class makers including WATERS' at
lower prices for cash or Installments or to
. let until paid for than ever before of
fered. Waters' Orand Square and Upright
Pianos and Organs (including their new sou
venir and bourdoir) are the best made. 7
Octave Pianos $160. 7 1-3 do $100 not used
a year. "2" Stop Organs $50. 4 Stops
$58. 7 Stops $68. SIpps $75. 10 Stops
$88. 12 Stops $100 ehiAc Tot ustnd a year,
in perfect order and warranted. Local and
0 Traveling Agents Wanted. Allustrated Cata
logues Mailed. A liberal discount-to Teach
ers, Minitters, Churches, etc. Sheet Music
at half price. HORACE WATERS & SONS,
Manufacturers and Dealers, 40 East 14th St.,
Union Square, N. Y.
O 5 77 a Week to Agents. $10
e Outfit Free. P. 0. VICK..
ER', Augusta, Maine.
1 a1daythome. Ageitawanted. Out
a $1 fit and terms free& True & Co.f Au..
CEORCE PACE & CO.
No. 5 N. 00OEDER ST., BALTItORM, MD.
Patent Portable & Stationary En gines
Patent Cirenlar Naw ,1I0,
Gang, Milley & sa%la MiIm,
Grist & Flolr Mills, Waiter
Wlicel%, Slingle, Barrel &
/TnAte Enery Whelels nd
vr era. Natiw, IMIll Svumpllex.&c., &c.,
SEND FOR CA!'ALOAUE PRICES.
The Black HHlls,
By 11. N. MacuraE, who.has spent 12 years
in this region. Latest accounts of Gold and
Silver prospects. Agricultural and Grazing
resources, climate, hunting. fishing, Indians,
and settlers' adventures witi them, mining
and wild Western life, the waterfalls, boiling
geysers, noble scenery, inimense gorges, etc.
With 27 fine illustrations, and new map.
Price Only 10 Cents. Sold by all News
dealers, or sent post-paid for 12 cents by
Doxn: LY, Lovu & Co., P'ublishers, Chicago,
25EXTRA FiNE MiXED CARDLS, with
(name, 10 cents, post paid. L. JONEs &
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
i $5 to $20) per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
T o. GG N ouTin Cti.in r s Sr., B.TDioRE.
Incorporated April 9, 1809.
A' President, lion. J. W. Bobbin, Judge Supe
)f The above Institution offers all the com.w
forts of a home to patients sufl'eving wit h eye
or ear disca.<es, skilful nurses are in at. tend
ance, and as the surgeon in char~ge resides in
the house with the family, patients are seen
by him several timues during the day. For
fuzrt her information u'pply to the surgeon in
Dii. GEO1G0E REULING
.OVER~ HALF' A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
e, Louisiana State Lottery Company.j
to This Institution was regularly incorpor,
Satedl by the Legislature of the State for Edu,
cational and Charitable purposes in 1808,
with a Capital of $1,000,000, to which it has
since added a reserve fund of $350,00. Its
Grand Single Number Drawings will take
-place monthly. It never scales or postpoutes.
Look at the following scheme:
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
during which will take place the
Extraordinary Semi-Annual Dr,awing,
At New Orleans, Tuesday June 5.
e Under the personal supervision and manage
h mecnt of Gen. 0. T. BEAUREGARD, of La.,
and Geh. .JUBA L A. EARtLEY, of Virginia.
CA PiTA l PRIZE, $100,000.
(. grNotice-Tickets are Ten Dollais Only.
H alves, $5. Quarters, $2.50. Eighths, $1.25
LIsTr OF PRLIZEs.
1 Capital Prize of $100,000 $100,000
1 Grand P'rize of 50.000 50,000
1 G( and Prize of 20,004) 20,000
2 Large Prizes of 10,000 20,000
4 Large Prizes of 5,000 20,000
20 Prizes of 1,000 20,000
50 do 500 25,000
y 100 do 800 80,000
t 200) (10 200 40,000
600 do 100 00,000
10000 (d0 10 100,000
100 Approx'tion Prizes $200 $20,000
100 "' "' 1004 10,000
100 " " 75 7,500
1,279. Prizes, amounting to $522,500
G en. G. T. B.AuJnEmAnI>, of La.,
Gen. JuniAL A. EAnlrEY, of ai. jCOiumrs
Write for Circulars or send orders to
M. A. DAUPIN,
P. O, Box 602, New Orleans, La.
*y THIRD GRAND 1)OLLAR DRAWING,
0 'JTuesdlay .July 3.
Capital Prize, $2,000J. Tlickets $1 each.
' STATiE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.4
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
Y ) viinei of sundry executions to mue di.
}~ rcted, I will sell to thle highest bidder,
befor e t he Court house dloor, at P'ickens5 C.
a. 1., on thle first Monday in Jutne next, the fol -
-lowing property to wit:
ON E 1 A Y M AlItE; levied on as the prop -
erty of WV. C. Morgan, at the suit of Rt. E.
hiolcombe against WV. C. Mef-gan et al.
One Home Shulttle Sewing Machine; levied
on as the property of A. J. Anderson, at the
ad1 suit of A. andl E. Bacon.
lie A ILSO,
es At Easley Station, on '.hYesday after Sale
dI. day, at 11 o'clock a. mn., One L,ot. Blacksmith
te Tools; levied on as the prop)erty of Couch,
or l)ay & Clyde, at the suit of Oower, Cox &
JO)AD M.\ULD)IN, s.r e.
May 17., 1877 JO 3
WANTED TO PUROHASE 1,000 DUSHEL8
9SN,.for. which wo will pay the -msrket
prioe In Cash or Goods.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
N, 0. Molasses.
A hqavy supply .of the above Molasses In
itore, which we purch,aswd .in New Orleans,
tnd which we will warrant to be a genuine
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Call on us and get any of the Early Vari
ties ot Northern Potatoes
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
We are getting in store, a good supply of
he above implements, which we are offering
tt a very small advance above cast and car
JOHN T. GOSSEIT & CO.
3PRING STYLE PRINTS;
Ginghams, Cotton Plaids;
Catmbrics, Long Cloths, &c;
,oates' and Clarks' 0. N. T. Spool Tread;
Whittoniore's Cotton Cards;
'urkey Tied Yarn, Palmetto Fans;
Braids, Cotton Hose, &c., &c.
And a full line of all Flrts of Dry Goods
mnd Notions in store and to arrive soon.
,all in and see for yourselves.
JOHN T. GOSSErT & CO.
Easley, S. C., Feb. 12, 1877
T TIE undersigned have associated with
them in the conduct of their business of
Taning and4 MIaunfactuing
Boots anud Shoes,
MR. CITARLE8 W EITNAUER, as a partner
equally interested with us therein. The
name of the firm will hereafter be thme
"OCONEE TrANN ERIY." Thankful fair past.
patronage, we bespeak a continuance of thle
same. Our senior', Mr. Filzinger, has a fine
reputation as a Tanner, and will be able to
supply customers in this line withI thme best
article of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
We will continue to mnanufaceture our first
:lass hand made
ind offer them on the best termis.
OUR BOOTS and SHOES are for sale by
V. T. MUFALL, at Pickens Court House,
uheap for cash, or which will be exohanged
or Hides on reasonable terms.
0. WV. FILZINGER,
July 20, 1876 46 ff
ELL USTRA TED) PRICOED CA TA LO0UGE
Fifty pages-300 lilustrations, with De
cription of thousands of the best Flowers
Lnd Vegetables in the wvorld, and the way to
grow them--all for a two cent postage stamp.
?rinted in German and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents. a
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 60
ents in paper; in elegant cloth covers $.00jOO
~ddress, JAMEs VIcKc, Rochester, N. Y,
Vick's Floral Glide
beaut.iful Quarterly journal, finely illustrmated
Lnd containing and elegant, colored Flower
lante with the first number. Price only 25
ents for thme year. Tihe first No. for 1877
uist issued in German and English.
Vick's Flower atnd Veget able Garden, in
i0 cents; withI elegant cloth covers $1.00.
Vick's Calaloguec-300 Illustrations, only 2
JaMEs Vica, Rochester, N. Y.
WL~OWER AND YEGETABLE GARDEN
s thme most, beautiful work of the kind in thme
world. It contains nearly 15t0 pages, hun
treds of fine illustrations, and six chronmo
plates of flowers, beauitifully drawn and col
red from nature. Price 50 cents in paper
~overs $1 .00 in elegant cloth. Printed in
3Ierman and Eniglish.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 26 cents.
Vick's Catalogue-30D0 Illustrations, 25 cts
Address .lAMEs VIew, Rochiester N. Y.
J an. 25 20 4
?. HOME AlND FARM OF
)n the line of a GRtEAT RAILROAD, with
good markets both East arid West.
Now is the Time to Secure It,
Mhild Climate, Fertile Soil, Best. country for
Stock Raising in the United States.
Books, Maps, Full Information, also "TuE
PloNEER"' sen-t free to all paris of the world.
Address 0. F. DAVIS,
LaLnd Commissioner UJ. P. Rt. Ri.
A FAIR EX EVA1(e
THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATE sn
BRADLY"8S PAT. PHOSPHATE, N
PALMETTO ACID PHOSPHATE
WILCOX, GIBBS, & CO'S MANI, .i
PULATED GUOANO, co
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE. St
For sale on liberal terms. (Freight ase
paid) by bui
IUDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, 8. 0., Feb. 8, 1877 22 8m
Dy-pok u trockrin n Corn n
EASLEY STATION, 8. .
THE CELEBRARTED ETIWAN
DIS. BONE, always on hand for com c
HAItRIS'S COMPOUND, AND
Also, John Merry an & Co Ammo,
niated Dissolved Bo s-in any quan. n
titics to suit pursh crs. Apply for a
terms and prices- t Easloy, A. & "
R. A. L. R. W- 10
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO. C"
March 15, 1877 26 aII
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S, T
PICKENS C. H., S. C.,
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
from Now York and Baltimore, a largo
and splendid Stock of
.These Goods wveo carefully selected
and clorsoly bought by one of the firm,
and CAN and WILL BE 801ld at aston
ishingly low figures.
Among the many noveltics to be
found in our stock, is the neat and
handsomo Tildon, IIen'l-ioks, and whi
I1am pton IIATS, and 'the stylish i
IIampton COLLAR. C
(Cail early, make your selections
and be happy.di
JIAGOOD & ALEXANDER. 1("h
Oct 25, 1876 8 del
UTsed ini nearly every locality in many
Bettled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres- foi
sed and irregular nmensces and uterine ob, foi
striictions, of every kind, are beoing daily th1
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Regulator,
than by all other remedies comb)ined. Its am
success in Georgia andl other States is beyond A.
precedent in the annals of phisic. Trhousandls peJ
of certificates from women everywhero pour in '.
upon the proprietor. The attention of prom-- N(
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of thuis
wonderful compound, and the most success-- [L
fuil practioners uso it. If women suffer here.
after it will be their ownx fault. Female
Regulator is preparedl and sold by L. II T
Bradlield, I)ruggist, Atltanta, Ga., andl may bec
bought at $l,50 per bottle at any respectable
Drug Store in the Union.
CARTERL5VILLE, OR., April 26, 1869.-.This W
will certify that two members of my imme
diate familly, after having suffered tor many
years from mnstrual irregularity, and having U(
been t.reatedI without benefit, b)y various med
ical doctors, were at length completely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J1. B3radfild's FEMA LE
RlEGULATOR. I therefore dIeemi it my duty
to furniishi this certificate, withI the hope of o
drawinig at tention ot' suffering womienkind to ('
the merits of a medlicine whose power in cur,
Ing fr'regular andl suppressed menstruation, ~"
has been proven undler my own personal ob-. er
servation. Its effect on such eases is truly WI
wonderful, and well may thle remedy be called s'
"Woman's Best Friend." so
JAS. W. STRIANGE,. tl
Sept. 7, 1876 1 4 thi
NO TICE. a
I'TAKB Ehuis method of informing all parties frc
.Linterested, t hat, I will beC found ini muy of- eip
flee, at l'ickens Court House on each WVrou- ]
NK.sIAY and( TflUInanAY, andl on each SAJy,VY
for the purpose of transacting any business
that comes under my jnrisdict ion.
As my dutIes as School Commissioner will TO
compell mec to be abisent in dlifferent parts of
thme County, I appoint, these special days for mo
the benefit of all concerned. Office hours, fic<
0. WV. SINOLETON,
Feb 8. 187r 22
PRO3ESSION 4&:~ OT$1~
I COT A W EF U7 , A OsLD
ove'lln IA berty,' U kon
20100$3 & ID,
'O,R 2 CQUN3OR,A T. ZAIr,
PY.-OK ENS -C. H. S 0.,
11 Practiq 'I all the Cutts of the a at
I Courts of he Urfited States, for the DI
A6 of -80'h'roli
Itarch 29 1877 29
orton, Keith & Holiagsorth
A TTOPNE YS AT L
11 practice in the Circuit and fr.baj
urta for Pickens County, an4 in the United
tci-Cotrts of this State from tildt on'aW.
e of thleSenior partners will be present Ed
ist in M'e transaction of any important
ilness during vacation.
J. J. NORTON,
IV. C. KlWrTr, Wafhalla
G. L. 11OLLINGSWORT11,Piokens 0. 1I.
Iarch 23, 1876 29
V 11ITNER& SYMIDES,
ATTORNEY AZ4DCOUNsELLOR AT LA*,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oractices in the Cirouit ourt and Court o
Probate for Pickens ounty.
ffay 16 42 em
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTOUNEY AT 1ALW4
and'IHILLS 01 Be, It I
Practices in Courts of Pickeng
unty, and in United States Courts
U. GEO. W. EARI,I, having located ai
Pickens C. 11., with the view of devot-c
his entire attention to his Profession in
its different branches, now offers his ser,
es to the citizens of Piokens and surround
count.-y. lie hopes to ieet the expecta
n of the people by prompt attention to alt
cs entrusted to his care; with the experi
,c of fifteen years, wit i four years in thi'
ious Iospitals during the late war, whero
diseases that, ilesli is heir to was seen and
ipecial af tentioh' given to nll diseases.pe'.
iar to women and childrcn. lie can be
mnd at his residence (at all times unless
>fessionlally absent,) formerly occupied by
s. Ilughes, at the East cnd of Main-street.
Nlarchi 1, 1877 25S - nr
he State of South Caroina
IN TRlE P'ROBA Ti COURT
arcus D. Keith, in his idividual right, arnd
a Executor of the lagt Will of Mary 13.
Keith, deeansed, Plaiitiff, against Jame~s M.
Reith, Cornelius Keith, Wmn. Keith, Teitnd
perance Keith, LBebecca Keith, Elizabeth'
Hfendricks, and husband, George K. iTen
dr-ioks, St-ephen D. K1eith, Mary Keith,'
idow .of O,eorgg Keith, deceased, Martha,
Owen.s, andl husband, Duke W. Owens,
Nancy Ferguson and husband, August us
F'erguson, Mary Telly and husband, Ru
ben -Tally, Stephen Keith and Rebeccty
Complaint for Relief.
William Keith,- one of the defendants'
OU are hereby summoned and required.
. to answer the comaplaiint in this action,
ich is filed in the oflice of the Probato'
Ige at. Pickens Court hlouse, ini and for the,
uinty andl State aforesaid, andi serve a copy
your answer on the subscribers at their
ce, on the public square of Pickens Court,
use, in the State aforesaid, within twenty,
ya after the service of the summnons on you,
alusive of the day of service. If you fail
answer the complaint withlin that timne the
i,intiff will apply to the Court for the relief
nandled in the complaint.
RTON, KEITHl & IIOLLINOSWOwRI,
Wmn. Keith, one of the Defendacts in the
L'ake notice, that this action is commenced.
the partition of land, in the Probate Court;'
he County and State aforesaid, and that.
summnonis and complaint ini said action
s filed in thle otlice of thc P'robat e Judge at,
:kens Court, louse, in nad for the Ocunity
I State aforesaid on thle 24thI day of April,
D- 1877, iad that you are required.to ape
Li in thle cause l)y the thlirtieth day of Juno
it., or thea Plaiin.i If will apply to the court.'
lie relizef demanaded ini thle com.plinti.
RiTON, KEIT'Il & IilILLINGSWORLTI,
s.} WV. 0. FIEIIn, Probate Judge P.O.
ril 26, 1877 33 6:
Ile Si ate of Sosatj Cai.oIgga,
COUNTY OF P[CK(ENS.
COURT OF COMMON PLIgg.
T. McFalhl, Plaintiff, against~ W. 8.; Wil..
?!/ ,Sumnmon.s for MAoncy Demand.
(Complaint not Serve~d.).
W. S. Williams, D)efendant in this action..
f OU are hereby suman onedt and recquired
.. to answer the complaint in this action,.
which a copy is tiled in the office of' the:
ark of the Court for said county, and tu
-ve a copy of your answer on lihe subscrib
at their office, at Pickens Court House,
thin twenty (lays after the service of this
nmnons on you, exclusive of' the day of
Itf you fail to answer this complaint withia.
a time aforesaid, the plahatiff will apply to.
a court for judgmenct against you for the
mn of One IIlundr'ed and k"our 20,400 Dollars,,
tha interest from the 1st (lay of Juno 1874,
one per cent per month, andl Three Hun..
ad and Thairty.t.wo 65-.100 D)ollars, with in..
est at the rate of 7 per cent per annurn
in the 25th~ (lay of December, one thousand.
lit hundred and sevenity four and costs.
)ated April 20h, A. D. 1877.
CuTIIIRAN, lIGLCOMIII & CHTrLD.
WV. S. Williams Defendant:
Lake notice that the complaint andl surn.
ns5 in the above act ion, was filed in the-of-.
of the Clark of the Court for Pickeon
inty, on the 26th day of April, 1877.
COT iiRAN, IIOLCOMBE & CII ILD,
nay .3. 1877 :: 6