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'I LO LJTEMS.
Methodist church, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor.
lst Sabbath 11 each ;noutiat 4 o'clock p. w.
2d Sabbath in each molth at 101 o'clock a. m.
gona Baptist Church, Revu.lott, Pastor.
let Sabbath and Saturday before In each
month at 11 o'clock a. m. on Sabbath, and at
3 o'@lock p. m. on Saturday.
Rev. Hlufh McLees, PreabytrIan, (Secona)
2d SabbaVia cach month, -t 11 o'clock a, m.
Ripe fruits are in the market.
.;I,loat muzzle for a dog isa gun
Caroful farmers cradlo their wheat
and babies and have good crops.
Ther is to be a Sunday school
pic-nio at Pjasley noxt Saturday.
The Easley campmeeting embraces
thb 4th Sabbath in this month, begin.
+ ning on Wednesday night before.
Mr. Thomas Taylor, in the lowor
section of this County. killed a mad
dog last week with a fence rail.
Mr. Thos. J. Childs, who rosides
nenr this placo, lost a fine young horse
by lightning during the rain last Sun..
Marriod-On Wednesday, August
1, 1877, by the Rtev. E. M. Mcritt,
Ma. CAlvIN BRADLEY. Of Coiloton
County, S. C., to Miss TIIENIA
HAns, of Piockens County, S. C.
Sickly childron may be restored to
health and beauty by tho uso of ton
corts worth of Shriners Indian Vormi
fugo. Do not let your children bo
dragged to the grave by worms.
U. S. Commissioner Thornley has
been kept quite busy lately hearing
cases brought before him by revenue
offilcials against parties charged with
violatir.g the Internal Rovenuo laws.
Mr. Morris Miller, of this County, is
the authorized agent for the Counties
of Pickens and Ooone, for the salo of
the "American Mamnoth Ryo or
A heavy rain fell at this place last
Sunday night, accompanied by vivid
lightening and loud thundor. A tree
ini the Woods back of the Masonic Ilail
was struck and shivered by the light%
Marriod--On Thursday evening,
August 2, 1877, at the residence of the
bridos mother, by the R1ev. E. M.
4 eritt, Ma. CALVIN JIENNINos to Miss
SALLIE CAPEIIARIT.-All of Pickens.
"A good deal of fcohing is exhibited
between neighbors and friends on the
fence qndstion. We regrot to see thtis.
Discuss tho quei stion d ispassionately
and if you can not agree on -it, then
agre'e to disagree, and go to the 1)0118
when th~e question comcs up t.o be vot
ed on, and vote according to your
conrictions. But above all things
koep down bad blood.
ATLANTA MEDIcAL COLLEGE.-The
advertisement of the above college
appears in this issue. Those contom,
* plating entoriig the profossion- should
investigate its claims. Its Faculty
have earned an enviable reputation
for skill and energy in teaching.
Several fatal sun strokes have oc..
cured in Charleston.
.Rev. C. H. Wiley, District Super
intendent of the American Bible So'.
* ciety in North and South Carolina,
has appointed Mr. Alonzo M. Folger,
of this place, Bible colporture for
Pickens and Oconee Counties. S3oo
notice of appointment elsewhere in
ATTENTION, CAVALRY.-Woe are ros
* quested to state that, under t he pro
visions of an act of the General As
sembly, at its last session, a meeting
will be hold at this place, on Saturday
the 18th inst., for the purpose of or-.
gamzing a cavalry company, to beo~
come a part of' tho State volun teer
troops when accepted by the Governs%
* or. All desirous of becoming nmm.
bers of the company and of participa
ting ?n its organization, will 'plcase
Two of our County oflicer3 went to
the mountains last woek with a friend,
fdr the purpose of assisting him in so,
curing some sti1ll to make brandy in,
We do not wish to insinuate that the
aforesaid officers did anything wrong,
buL we learn, through a reliable gon-.
.tlempn who saw them, that they were
bot,h stretched out atefull length, on
their backs, in the broiling sun, in the
wagon body withx their hats over their
faces, unconscious of passing events.
Whether they wero overcome by
"balmy sleep" or another influenco
common to that region, woe do not
kilow; but that something had a pow..
orful appetizing eofct on one of them
is evident, from tho way, we hear n, he
mado batm, chicken and dumpling di.
* n nnen r'
Thoro was a larger eeo*d th town
on saleday last than we have oon fbr
some time past. The sherff sold
several tracts of lnd, 'which brought
very low prioes. :The Oats estate,
lyipg mostly ,iniide the corporate.
limits01 Easley Station, did not avor
4go ton dollars per acre. This is evi,
dence enough of the financial press
uro of our people, besides the enor
mous tax forood upon t4o Oounty to
Pay the intornat on the Railroad bonds
makes people shy of investing their
money in the County. PrQpqrty is
depreciating rapidly, and its assessed
valuation another year, will, we
predict, bo 25 or 80 per cent less than
tho present year. This can be seen
by the prico the Oats lands brought,
which are immediately on the Rail
road, and within the corporate limits
of a bussiness little town.
Judge Taylor has had a good deal
of business in his court recently. Ije
gracos the Judge's stand with dignity
and motos out justice with an even
WO attended the Convention at
Mount Tabor on the 28th and 29th
ult. The citizens of that section are
very hospitable: Their kindness will
not be forgotten.
Our singing school commences
Monday, 6th inst., under the auspices
of Prof. James Douthit. Ito is an ao
complishod musician, and we feel as
sured that his instruc'lions will be very
beneficial to our community.
Alessrs. J. W. and D. J. Groer have
hodge )lants set around their lots,
which promise to be quite a success.
In throo yoars they will have grown
sufficiently thick to form a substantial
A stand of bees was taken from
Mr. J. J. Wakelin's apiary on the
night of the 25th ult. ilhough the
honey wits swoot', yet doubtless the
tii had a "salty" time.
The "no fonco" question is still
gaining ground among our' citizens,
and we think it highly probable that
by the 18th inst. the rnajority of thorn
will be in favor of fencing stock in lieu
of fencing farms.
On the morning of the 31st ult., a
mad dog was killed at Mr. J. J.
Wakolin's. In our town these kind
of.dogs have a pcculiar dislike to the
passenger trainis on the Air Line.
Our conclusion is that they are aiTec
ted with "locomnotiphobia" instead of
hydrophobia. A dog' aff'ected with
the former diseaso suffers most in the
r.ck, (does not barkc or bite, is not
dangcrous, and expires immediately,
with his head on ono side of the rail
road and his body on the olher.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
T IIE undersignet has connected with his
WAGON AND CARR1LAQE S1101P, A
TIRE S II NKER-a great improvement
over (hutting and Welding. Call and have
your work done.
WV. T. MEAR8,
Pickens C- H., July 26, 1876 46 Im
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and ARue Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, RemittenL Fever, Dumb Ague
Periodiocalorlis Fever, &c and indeed
all the affeotions which arise f'om malari
ous, marsh, or miasmatio poisons.
This is a compound remedy, prepared with
scientific skill from vegetable ingredients, which
rarely fails to cure the severest cases of Chills
and Fevjer and the concomitant disorders. such
a remedy the nlecessitics of' the peCople in mala..
rious districts dlemand. Its great superiority
ever any other medicine get(discoveredl for the
cure of Intermittents is, that it contains no qui
nine or mineral, and those who take it are frce
from danger of quinismn or any hnjurious effects,
and are as8 healthy af,er using It as before. It
has been extensively employed during the last
thirty years in the treatment of those distressing
disorders, and so unvarying has been Its success
that. It has gained the reput ation of being in fal
liblo. It can, therefore, be safely recommended
as a sure remedy and specific for the Fover and
Ague of the WVest, and the Chills and Fever of
the south. It counteracts the miasmatic poison
in the blood, and frees the system from its influ
ence, so that fever and ague, shakes or chills,
once b)roken up by it, do not return until theO
disease is again contractedi.
The great variety of disorders which arise from
the irritation of this poison, such as NeuelgIa,
itheu mat Ism, G out, IIeada,che, Illindness,
Toothache. Earache, Catar'rh, Asthma, Pal
pit ation, Spicenic A frection ,, [lysterics, Pain
in thme niowels, Colie, Paralysis, and derange
of the Stomach, all of which become Intermit
tenit or periodical, have no. speedier remedy than
AVF:u's A<w e Cuum, which cures them all alike,
andi( prot ects the system from future attacks. As
a preventive, it is of immense service hu those
connuunIiities wvhere Fever and Agume prevalls, as
it stays the decvelopment of the disease if taken
on thme first approach of the premonitory symp
tomis. Travellers and temporary residents are
thus enabled to defy these disorders, and few
wvill ever suffer if they avail themselves of the
protection this remedy affords.
.For Liver Compinuts, arising from torpidity,
it is an e xcellent remedy ; it stinmulates this organl
imto healthy activity, and produces many renmark
able cures where other inedicines fall.
Prepredby Dr. i. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Anaiytical Chemists,
mSQLL, J.SY .~LL bEU J.~'Li1
IN ORDER TO RUN OUT OUR
SPRING and SUMMER STOCK, to make
room for our extensive Fall and Wiqter sup
plies, we offer for the next 60 day's, the fol
lowing unprecidented bargain s:
Calicoes, (first class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoes, temnants, anything we can get for
Cottonades, 10, 15, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 75 cents up;
Saddles. from $2.26 up;
Blind Bridles, 75 to $1.25;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Ready Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND AT
prices as low as any o1her House in Pickens
Will have in store in a few days one car
load of Silt, which we will sell at Greenville
prices-adding the axtra local freight we
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., July 26, 1877
JUST RECEIVED AT1.
M cF A LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIGHT.
A splendid assortment, and prices t
stuit the times,
CROOIKERY, TIN AND
All kit ds, sizos and pricos, from a
Half Pint Cup to a 20 gallon W ash
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
the leading articles always on hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit overy ono.
CANDY A ND .CR ACKE RS,
CANNED) GOODS & PICKLES,
And in fact a genoral assortment of
Como and seo for your self.
WT. T. MIcFALL.
Mav~ 10) 1877 I
LOW PRICES FOR JULY AND
Full uits of Ready Made Olothing at
Good Cottonades for summer suits at
15 and 20 cents per ytitd. .
Best Calicoes at 8 cents--Romnants
at 5 cents.
Good Saddles from $2.50 up.
Good Bridles (with Dragoon Bits)
Good Blind Bridles for $1.25.
Two Ioopod Water Buckets at 20
and 25 conts.
Pique, worth 35, 40 and 50 cents per
yard, we will sell for 18, 25 and
A large variety of Gents', Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, at the lowest
SIX VARIETIES, JUST RECIVED
AND FOR SALE LOW.
July 19, 1877 45
IIA R D WAR EF,
WVill exchango Goods for any kinid of
EASLJEY STAT][ON, S. O.
June 28, 1877 4'2
I E undersigned is located at Cent ri, and
is prepared at all timaes to dispatcha worlk
withI neatniess. Special at tent ion I () S ET'1N(
or RESETING Ali'IF'ICI A L~ TE4ETII, cit her
temporary, partial or permanent. Filling
dlone withI neatness. All thie mnaterials com.
nionly used in filling,
GEOG. 130ROUGIIS, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40) Gm
The State of' Soutla Carolinta
CoUNTY OF P[CKENS.
IN THlE COURT OF PROBATE.
W F Dodd, as Assignee of' 8 R Smit.h. S V
Smith and F'rederick J 8mith, and Sarah J
F LUGar,iu, as Executor of the Estate of F N
(Garvin, Deceased, and James L Smiith and
Petition and' Summons in Part ition, and
TO the Defendants: F L Garvin, as Excutor
of' the Estate of F N (Jarvin, deceased,
Frank Gibson, James L Smith, Leanina
Smith widow, Mart ha Stephesis, Anna
Smith, Mary Smith, Levi Smith, Samuel
Smith, Mary Sitih, widow. W illi'im Smith,
John Smith, Benson Smnit h, .James SmithI,
Martha Ingram, Frederick J Smith, Ehen
T Smith, Johanna M Stephens, S V SmnithI,
J N'WI Smith, S RI Smith, Lucy llanna
B3roek, Mandanna Williams, Sarah .J Grr
J Frank Folger, Mary E Jloggs, Thomas
Craig, J ohamnna Will i:i n , atiil t he hiirs- a -
law of Susannia Gaines, deceased, names
anid number unknown.
Y OU are hereby requtiredi to appeari at the
Court. of P'robatec. to be holden at Piek-,
ens Conrt House, in the Stateo aforesaid, for
1?iokens County, on the 27th (Thy of Aurgust,
1877, to show cause, if any you can, why thec
Real Estate of Elizabeth M. Snithl, deceased,
described in the Pet it ion andi (Complaint of
the Plaintiffs, filed in my oflice, shoul d not be
divided or sold, allottinjg to the ltainitY i,
Sarah J1. D)odd one- eleventhI t hereof, anti t a
the P'laint iff, WV. F. Doadd, as assignee of' Fredi
rick J Smith, S. R1. 8mith, at S. V. Smitih,
t.hree-elevenths thereof', andm to the Decfeiit.
ants, Jalines L. Sin it h; thle hecirms-aut-law of
Thomas IJ. Smith, deceased; thle he irs -at- law
of Eleaizer C. SmnithI, (leceased; Maribha In..
granm, Eben TI. SmnithI, Joahxanna M . St ephenis,
and J . N. WV. Sm ithi, onec- olevenlthI each there.
of. Anid for the relief deimianded in the Pe -
tition and Comaplaint.
Given aunder may haniid anid seal, thlis rth
day of July, A. D. 1877.
W. G. F I ELI), [ ,. s. ]
J1udhge P'robat e, P'ick ens: County.
TO the absent D)eedtl; I: S R Si ihI, 8
V Sm ithI, J ohanina M Steplth ens, Mar y SliniinI,
W illiamn Sm ithl, Jolhn Smt ithi, I ensoxn SmatithI,
Jamres SmithI, J ames l, SmiiithI, J1ohann a WVil
liams, and the heir.s at. law f at' ia Ga 11~ ines,
deceased, namecs andi numbuner: unmkno'w n:
Take notice t hat lie Petit in andi snounlIt)us.
herein hast been tiled in the atlie of' thle Proa
bateoJudge, at P'ickens Co,urt. IIloate, SothI
Carolina, for th purpose set. ftorth in the
above summions, andI f'or relietf.
RO'y A. TlO~Il'sON..
July 2, 177 walb-diaL, M C.
A FAIR FXCIRANGE?
THE FOLLOWING CEL-EBRATE
BRADLEY'S PAT. PHOSPHATE
PALMETTO ACID PHOSPHATI
WILCOX, GIBBS, & CO'S MANI.
ATLANTIC PH OSPHAT .
For Balo on liberal terms. (Freighi
IUDGENS & BOLT.
Ensley, S. 0., Feb. 8, 1877 22 3ni
(R?ERATLL 1, S. .
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
RE,BELLS IN THER ROOMR.
June 14, 1877 40
Used in nearly every locality in many
Bettled beyond a doubt-No one questions
he fact, that, more cases of whites, suppres.
led and irregular menses and uterine ob,
4tructiolls, of every kind, are being daily
1ured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Regulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
meceqss in (Georgi-, anq] other States is beyond
Precedent in the annals of phisic. Thousands
)f certificates, fromi women everywhere pour in
ipon i the proprietor. The attention of prom
inent I medeical Inen is aroused in behalf of Ihis
wor111,1rfu1 compounld, and1 Ilhe 11mst sucee.ss
rid piatiier,& utse it. If womien sutfer here.
iffer it will he their own faltit. Feiale
Regulator is prepared and rol l by L. i
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, (., andi may be
bought at ;1,r) per bottle at any respectable
Drug Store in tlie Union.
Il FFEC T TLTI RLY WONDERFUL.
CARTFM.svILLF-, GR., April 26, 1869.--This
will certify that. two members of my imme
aliate family, after having suffered for many
years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, were at length completely curedl
by one hottle of Dr. J. B3radtield's FEMALE
REGULATOlR. I therefor'e deem it my duty
to fur'nish this certiticate, with the hope of
tIrawing attention of suffering womenkind to
the merits of a metlicine whose power in cur,
ing irr'egulari andt sup)pressed nmenstruiationi,
has heein pr'oven undi~er my ownl personal 01h,
ser'vat ion. Its effect on such cases is truly
wonder'tul, and well may the remedly be cailleil
"WV om al's lBest Ft-lend.'
JAs. W. STnlasoE.
Sept. 7, 1l87G 1 4
Horse and Cattle Powdei-.
Tis preparatiLon, leaand flavorably
known, will thor re-hy ioa
broken down and ow-splritedhue,
b' , y strengthening and cleansingth
- st-omach and intestines. . .
It Is a sure prventive of all diseases
~ - inciNdentt thi nmal, such aa LUNJG
WATER lIICAVES CO&GHS9 DIS
T EMPEII, FEVES FO UNI E R
LOSS OF' APPETITE ANJD VITAlI
ENERGY, &c. Its use improves
the wind, increasce the appetito-.
gives a smooth and glossy skin-and
into a line-looking and spirited hiorso.
. To keeper. of Cows this prepae.
tion islinvaluable. It is a lure pre
ventive against Rinderpeat, Hollow
IIorn, etc. $It has been proven by
acuaoxperk,nenit to Increase the
* tiuantity of milk and cream twenty
-~ per cent. and make the butter firm
and sweet. In fattening ettle it
gives them an appetite, loosens their bide, and inate.
them thrive much faster.'' g
'~ Inal diseases of Swine, such as Coughg, 1Thcem ia
the Lungs. Liver, &c., this article acts
as a specido. By putting from one.
haif a paper to a paper in a barrel of
swill the above diseases wilt be eradi
cated or entirely prvented. If given
in time, a certan preventive and
eure for the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZe Propritor,
S3old by Drtn: sta andtStorekeepers through-.
out the Unite Ita4tes, Canadaand '.Azuerica.
Maile anty dlay in Pwurs and ( AT.T.s. Invest
according to your' means. $10, $50) or $10O0,
Jin STorK l'niIvILEm;.:s, hats brought at small
fort uine to thle careful invest or. We advise
wihen and ho w to opierat e satfely. liook withI
full inf ori;tion Senit. free. A<hIlress orders by
ni&i and' t(elegralph to B \X'T ElR & (Co.,
B;ankecrs ai Birokers, 17 Wall .at. , N. Y.
May 17, 1877:Ny
I T.\KA l tis tnethod of in fornainig all parties
intecrest ed, that I will be found in im ty of
lice, at Pickens (Court louse "(oln each
WV 1E I N 1E S I) A Y, and on each SA L.u:ux,,
fo,r the purpo,tse of trans:c'ting atny buiness
thait etuIes tinIler lny jirisilietion.
As my dhuties as Sehiool Comanissionuer will
compeI)lI me to beL abIsenIt inl dlitferent partis ot
the C'otunty, I aippointt these speci:al dlays for
lhe beneit .> ntJll counernted. O)flice hours,
fromn 1 a. rni. to. I p. mi.
0. W. S ING LEITON,
Seba ~ol Commkuissionmer.
T1i llS Pl'Pl hA It Il'TEL, which has hecm
Iilo.ed a sho rt timae, is now re-openedl lotr th
LL ottnnnodat ion of thle trave)lintg public. TIhe
roomis are well furnished, the tabLle I P supled
with thle b,est in the miarket, awd nto paIints
lpared~ to remIier't gu~5est cofortale.
Tran:isienat Boar<d, $2.00) per' day; perma,
ne ut. Boand, 1 8.110 14cr month11. Pa'trtonage
oi the piubh,e .soliCited.
M :. fl'f RON A NIX.
.Jm:nua 28, 1877 42 3mti
nen'1 to travel and
G;iA mo Jie:li. -M$ at roon)th, htetl oand
1ue.:d1'N 'lTO LAMP' CO).. Cincinnti, n.
P RESSIONAL NOTICES.
J 1 CorunIN, IWE HoLcomA, R A Cu ,m
Abbeville C I I Liberty, 8' C Pick'ns C It
COTHRA , ROLVOWDE & CEILD,
ATTORNEYS 4 CO UNUELORS AT LA W,
P I0 K E N 8 '. 1. S. C.
Will Practice In all the Courts of the tatV
and Courts of the tiited States, for the Dig.
trict of South Camolhm .0
March 29 1877 .. 20
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
ATTOR1NEYS AT LAW,
,.Will practive I& the Circuit and' pk'o$
Courts for Plokens County, and in the United
States Coits of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
assist In the transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NO'RTON, W
W. C. KErTIr, *
G. L. H1OLLINGSIORT1H,Plokens C. ff.
March 23, 1876 29
W11ITNER SYINESSY -
ATTOUNEY A?D vO?NsF.r.ron AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Irnet'ices In the (ironit ourtrand -Co.rt
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42 ' m
ISAAC X- BRYAN,.
ATTORNIEY AT LAWw
62INVILLE C, e, a C1*
Practices in Courts of Pickents
County, and in United States Court.
Ill,E undersigned h4tvo assooiated, with
Siliei in- the conduct of their business of
Tavining aid Mamfuethg
Boots anid Shops,
MR. CHARlES WEITNAUER, as a partner
equally. "nterested with us- therein. The
name of the firm will hereafter be the
"ICONEE TANNE1." Thankful for past.
patronage, we hespenk a contitruance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, ha a fine
reputation as a Tanner, and will be able to
supply customers in this line with the best
article of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNBBS
We will continue to manufactutre our frst
class hand made
And oiler themi on the best termas.
OUR BOOTS and SlO ES are for sale by
W. TP. McF'ALL, at Pickens Court House,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged,
for Ilides on rensonaf>le terms.
0. W. FJLZINGER,
July 20, 1876 46-t
Thme State of Souti Carolinsa
PICK ENS COUNTY.
LN TIlE l'ROBATE COURT
Margaret Hester, Ann Williams et al. Plain-.
Henry Hesater, Abraham Ifoster et al. De
Mummnons for Partition and Relief.
TO the~ Defendants Henry Hester, Nancy
WVilliamns, Elizabeth H[unt, widow ot Wesley
Ilunt, deceased, Abraham Hester, Joberry
lesteor. Mary Hester, Rebecca Hester, Johns
Hesteor, Joseph Hlester, Taylor Hester, and
Harriet Hester, children and heirs of
Thomnas Hlester, deceased; Michael Hester,
Mary Hester, Elizabeth Hester, John Hes
ter, and Williarn Hester, children and heire
of William H ester, deceased; Louisa Hester,
William iester, Susan Hester, Martin
Hester, Catharine Hester, Ekszabeth J1ee.
ter, and Robert hester, children and heir.
of Robert Hester, deceased; Julia Hlawkine,
wife of Willham Hawkin's, Amaade. Hester,
Mary Hester, James hester, children and
heirs of James Hester, deceased; and all
piersons or owners unknown, hraving or
claiming an interest in the promises sought
to be partitionied or sold in this action.
iJoU are hereby siummoned and required
i. to appear at the Court, of Probate to be
holden at Pickenis Court House, in the State
aforesaid for Pickens County, on the (6th)
fifth day of October, 1877, to show cause, If
any yeu can, why the Real Estate of William
'hester, Senior, (decased, described in the.
Petit ion and Complaint of the P1ainitifs, filed
in my ollice should not be sold toe pay they
debts of the said deceased, andi for partition
am.ong the legatees, allotting to lie Plain-.
titlis, Muagaret Hester, Ann Williams, and the
D)efendaunts, Henry Hester, Nancy illiams,
Elizabeth Hunt, widow 'of Wesley Hunt, de
ceased, A brahiam flester, Jobherry hister,
tad Mary Hester each, respectively one un
divided t welthi part there of'; to the Defendants
Rebecca Hester, John Hester, Joseph Hester,
Taylor' Hester, ilarriett Hester, Michael Hies
ter, Mary JlMitr, Elizabeth hester, John
llester, and WVilliama Hester each, respecti ye
ly, onet un.divided sixtieth part ihereof; to tho
D)efendants Louisa Hester, William hester,
Susan Hester, Martin hester, (ii harine HIes..
ter, Elizabeth Hlester', anud Robert Hlester
each, r'espectively. one nndivided eighty
fournth part thecretf; to the Defendants, Julia
lawkinus, wife of William Hawkins, Anianda,
lieater, Mary hester, and James hester,
each respectively, one undivided fort.y eighth
part. thereof. And for t he relief demanded
in i ho Petition and U omplaint.
iiiven undter my hnd and seal this th.
;0t h day of July, 1877.
W. 0. FTELD,
Judge Probate P'ickens County.
To the absent Defendants. Rebecca Hiester,
John Hester, Joseph Hleeter, Taylor hester,
Hiarriett. hester, and Nancy Williams, wife
of A braham Williams, and all persons or
ownters unnown, having or claimiing an in..
terest in the premises songht to be parti,
tioned or sold in t his act ion:
Tfake not1ice, that the Complaint andr Sum
mons he(rein have been tiled in the0 office of
the Pruobate .Judge at. Pickens Court House,
South (Carolina, for the r.o1rpos s't forth. its
theii said summflons andi comlinflt.
NORTON, KI:I fit & HOL,LINi;SWORTIU,
I lPlaintifls Attorneys.
au g 2, 1877 *L7.6