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Methodist ehurch, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor.
lot ftbbath In eaohiff66th at 4 o'clock p. m.
2d Sabbath i WMahitith at 101 o'clock a. n.
'Japtiet Church, Rev.H1ott,. Pastor.
let abbath and! Pat;xrday before in each
mouth st 11 e'loqk a. m. on Babbath, and at
8 qW1p* .w. on Saturday.
fle. , Agh MoLees, Presbyteriah, (Secons)
2d Sabbath in each month, at 11 o'olook a. m.
33Nowon, Esq., tam fOnofd.6
and .atormelons. We, with Capt.
LeMs je.d their qualities during
the Catptno6thig. TliA.k3 Bob.
VftAfts..--R. A. Child, Esq., will
aqocpv our thanks for omo very fline
and delirious peaches. Mr. ). AV.
Wlgingti)n for fine apples, and G. W.
James for~ tomatoes3.
rM G. W jimos has abown tus a
talk of ortb grars, taken from, h1is
pillet pAth, mneasuring over six feet
i length,- or boight, as you may
pleso to term it.
.Xr, G. W. Taylor wante; everybody
having wool to card, to remember
tlat his wool cards are in good run,
ning. order, and managod by Mr.
Olayton N. Reid, a caroful and reliablo
Our little girl looks careworn and
pale. Worms are destroying hor.
Wien we send to the store again don't
forget to buy a bottle of Shriner'tj In,
-Mossrs. W. N. IugL r.nd Milc3
Singleton, two of the 13ub.Atantial citi,
sons of Dacueville towsijp, called on
us last week. Friend I11ilies had on
ahatto match Mr. Briglit's. Dacu
ville is a "whale" anyhow. She goes
solidly for the Democratic ticket, has
lots of big-hQnrtod men, and as many
p'retty women as any township in tho
.9ounty.-, She deservea that banner
and should have it yet.
UtJ. S. JuRoa.-Tho following ci.i
'eno of this County have been drawn
--4 .t.erVe as Jurors at the next Augnst
term of the U. S. Court, at Groonvilie:
frand Jurors--J. Loopor', ilonry S.
Le.icwsj .4etit Jurors-C. II. Giridin,.
--WV4 woronot lost, coming from the
Camipwoting, when wo woro driving
ont dI$hbh eld field, as our triend T.X
lrmagined Thero was a watoi- melon
j1at.tgelowu thoro, and as they are all
~,,~l~*caun now toll it, -though it
,'. pg havo .done to have told ht
. Er. Alonzo M. Fiolicr, col perture of
-tshe,American Biblo Soiet.y for .Pick,.
Ages~nd Oconco Counties,.bia on h':wd
a splendidly bound and well printed
.l ht of Bibles and Teo!.amn t, at very
lw.flguros. If you dec.iro anty of hisi
boscall upon him
..iEiaa Anderson, colored, acidental
c... to hi- l through the hand.last
ggg. Thewound is said to be pains.
*fal,tnough ntof s;uch a nature as to
catiso the os of tho hand.
"Jore liagood, colored, rodo Mr. L.
O ~ravely's mulo ofl', beforo his oyes,
om this place last Saturday. The
e k had formerly belon god to Jere,
auti ho had givon M e. Gra'~vloy a mr
dgo on it, and when thie moiurig:a e
fell:duo deliverod uip the mulo in :;nt
iafactiQn' of- the debt. ~Suueeqiu wniy
hV beoo'edissatisaied and re-po e
sed-th~e mule in t,ho manncr abovo
8tated. .Docidedly cool.
Jero has sinco been commiitted to
.4 jail for the offonso.
~poa Crop Is abundan:t.
- a Iad a good rain la.st Wednesday.
oFb road workers have been sum*
saqnod to duty.
'4me, of our farmers think the cot
t op was injntred by tho dry !poll.
Mr.J3. F. Smith has maido quito an
* ip1oYomont on the streot in front of
nrOu friend and highly oetod
fellowsoitizon, J. J. Waklin, Thq., ha
returned from Kansas1-. FlTo ciitons
,bid him a most hoarty welcomo.
A.young goueiman~i who has a floot
horses testod his running qualities tho
tiei' day and found them buporior' to
hose of a wild turkey, lie now
thinks the feathors df a turkoy's wing
~r0 OtOollenit material for tooth p)icks
Our Trial Justice, J. fl. Uolcomb,o
Esq., holds tho scalos v. it,! anee
hand, duly administering justico to al
wh~o comne hofore him.
Tho Superintenident of our Sabl.
SclhooI; Rev. J. T. Chandlor, hias o.
..Igrted. lie expects to istart to Lois.
ville, Ky., in a few days, for tbo p~uri.
4 ~pope-of pursuing his~ studies. Wo wish
him AhStie" nn-U.mm.
16-.* J. U. .Alexandos has~ concluded
that he has mor peOol"( than ho can
uat, and is goin O ' drink sorno of
JudgO Philpot. bOW raiaed a ar'okU
,up tio braunh, and Will 'soon: havo
"laag-kooV enoughto supply tho on
Stiro neighborhood, and more too.
Capt. JOrry, our ofllciont County
Treasurer, haS boon around and mado
a .can sWoOep of our greenbacks. He
did not swoop-them into (ho fire-but
into his poolcot.
There has beon a protracted rnoct,
in aV elor's Crook Church, conduct
t%d by RovM. G. W. AUaco and Pack.
Thero w(-ro ten accessions to tho
hui by ospeienco and ono by
TE:o Mr.sttJa-y 93chool pic
ni at aL (ock Church on next
Fi;1rdi:. voIlyIody i8 invited to
come 'uIl b uh them well filled
NO.T y' ih- .iveni to all persons
N 't , t I. will apply to W. G.
F -ci, d 1-he Pr,.ue cf Fickens County, for
.Cav3 t" wun J .i' tI S'-ttlement of the Es.
tate o.r 'y W.ud, Mary Williams, on the 2d
Ofa 1r r* be.. r 1i, ad asik to be di-charged
G. F. RWWON, Ouardlian.
n 2 30, 1 51 5
SI' vy h y ;:i% ii t,o all persons In.
-. torc. LI -I thc Eitato of J. B. Clay
ton, c - ir-t I wi!l apily to W. G.
F>: , J1n f ii. fir ickons Oount.y,
f'r t- n a iiina! Sut,:,emcut of the
Ea.to of e id 't In Ohe 2d day of
(t,h:r r s o, l to b dicharged there
aj A-: ., with 1Wili annexed.
- 1 L ,LYTON, Adm'x.
r.u Z0, 1877 5
er sttgainst, said
. . . w. s! -Ov tlerm to the under.
' : e -e' -bcr next. pro
I-y ,iy 1, 0w fo_, e . y mr:t. Those indebted
! >said E-to ill make payment by that
N.'AiI L. CLAYTON, Adm'x.
anu 00, 18R77 51 6
NOTICE oF FfNAL SETTLEMENT.
-Notio i. 1.coeby given to all per.vons in
terested, that. I will apply to W. G. Field,
Ju.ge jrob.w.n P'i,!kens C-Cunty, for l!ave to
mako a Finakd3 elet.leent of the Estate of my
Ward, T. II. Vaughn, on the 26th day of
Se ptImIov ned., and ask to be discharged
1herk'rom as GLIU'imn.
A. M. GARRETT, Guardian.
ang 23, 1877 50 4
N OTYtC1E OF F16A MSE3TTLEM ENT.
Noice is hiereby given t.o all persons
iterestel ini the' Estate of Abner T Grif
fin, decanzedl, that 1 will apply to WV. 0. Field,
Esq., l'robatoi Judge, for leave to make a
F'inal Set.tlemuent of said Estate. on the 14th
day of September next, and asked to be dis-.
charged therefrom as Administratrix.
SALLiE MOFALL, Adm'x.
Formally 8Ant1Bi GaLIFFI.
.aug 10, 1877 49 4
OTICE is hereby g'ven t1a't the Annual
Meetag c.ftc Ith o.d of Conn.y Commis
oioners will b~e bel on TUESDAY, Septembet
dth, at Picke;ns Court House. All personm
holin-;: h,ill.3 neo-mit or' demanhifds of an~y
k 'l agai nst the~ C'oimfy of P'ickens 'whtct
have .o:i Len e:lPhted, are requir'ed by law
t o do.iti them withI t he Clerk, on or before
th;1t daLy of Septemuber,' that they umay be
audited by theo ComissiMionors at said Annus
auil1 uec i:g. No accounts will be received
after theC ii day' otf .iopt~mnber,
C. L. H-4IJN0SWOi'PH, C. B. C. C.
A u.. 160,. 16V7 49 4
LTiperonshaving iemands againstth
.. Ertai e of EL1IllU OR1lFFIN, deceased,
i,re requed2 ed to) pi'Csent them to the under
signd popely tesed; and -those indebted
to tho Estato to raake payment at once, as
longer indulgenco cannot be given.
WV. E. WELIOR N, ,
W M. SMI'Ul,' . -F1x' cra
ntug 23, 18S77 50 8
Ayer's Cathartic P11T,
For all the purponos of a Family Phvysic,
and for carini' Costivens, Jaundico,
Indigostion, iNoul t-Romachx. Breath,
Hleaah, F.rysi poclas, Rhoumatisml,
Eru?ptions and S3kini ise-asos, 13il
ioulsne;ts. D)ropsy, Tumori, Woirms,
Neuijriu, as a Dinner PilU,
for Iurifying the Blood,
61 Are the~ most ef
niial puIrgative ever
are mild, but e.
fee.~tual in their
4 ope 01ration, moving
S the bowels surely
and wvithiout pain.
in their operation,
-they aro still the
most thorough and
sea Wfrebinl' cathar
tie: medicino that can be ernployerl: eleans
ing~ the st<hnahh and bowel1s, and evenu the
blood(. In small doses of' one pill A day,
they stimrnlate the digestive organs and
p)romoY1te vi'orus health,
AyEI.n ' Pis have been known for
more thani a quiarter of a century, and have
ob)tained a world-wideO rep)utationI for their
virtues. TIhey correct diseased action in
the several assimilative organs of the
body, andiz are sio comupos;ed that obstruc
tion'sO within thii rageca rarely with
standl or evade te.Not only do they
cure the every-day complaints of every
body, but also formidable andt dangerous
dlise,ases tha~t have ballIed the best of
human skill. While they produce power
fbl elfects, they are, at the samue time, the
safe'st and( best physic for children. By
their aperient action they gripe much less
than the connnIIon purgatives, and never
!ive pain whzen the howvels are not inflamed.
The yi rech t he vital fountains of the blood,
and'strengthien the systemu by freeing it
fromu the t,eeents of wveakness.
A dapted to all tics and conditions in
nlt climiat es, containing neither calomel
no0r anly dleh-terions~ drug, thtese. Pills may
be ii!en wih siaf't v hv anybody. 'Thcir
suagar -coa)ting' presei-ve.$ ti)Cm e'ver fresh,
and makes themii pleasxant to take.~; while
being purely v(eg.etab,le, noi harm cail arise
from their use in any quantity.
Dr,.J. C, AVER & CO., L.owell, Mass.,
Practinn,i av,,1 AnailvtfeniCh gts
IN ORDER TO RUN OUT OUR
SPRING -and SUMMER STOCK, to make
room for our extensive Fall and Winter sup
plies, we offer for the next 60 days, the fol
lowing unprecidented bargains:
Calicoes, (frst class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoes, Remnants, anything we can get for
Cottonados, 10, 15, 20, and 26 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 76 cents up;
Saddles. from $2.25 Vp;
Blind Bridles, 76 to $1.26;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Iteady Mado Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage,
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND AT
prices as low as any other House in PlickenuB
Will have in store in a few days ono car
load of Salt, which we will sell at Greenville
prices-dding the extra local ftetght we
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., July 26, 1877
JUST RECEIVED AT.
Mec F A LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIGHIT.
A sploondid assortmont, and pr'icos t
suit tho t,imos,
OROOCKERLY, TIN AND
All kinds, sizos and pricos, from a
IIalf Pint Cup to a 20 gallon Wasbh
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
tho leading articles always on hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit overy ono.
CANDY AND CRACKERS,
CANNED GOODS & PICKLES,
And in fact a genoral assortmont of
CJomo and soo for your self.
W. T. MIcFALL.
I Mav 10. 1877 3
r,jW PAb S POR JibliVAND
Full Suits of Roady Made Clothing at
10od Cottonados for summer suits at
15 and; 20 conts per -yard.
est Calicoes at 8 ocnts-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 cents.
'iquo, worth 35, 40 and 50 ccn.ts per
yard, wo will sell for 18, 25 and
A large variety of Gonts', Ladios' and
Childron's Shoes, at the lowest
SIX VARIETIES, JUST RECIVED
AND FOR-SALE LOW.
July 19, 1877 45
RUSSELL, MAAIN & CON
N " Fmi,
&c., &c., &c.
Will ojoha04go good3 for any kind 01
EASLEY :STATION, S. C
.Jun c_28; 1877 42
Tj HIE unidersigned is locatecd at Cent ral , and
.isprepared at all times to dispatch work
'wii.h neait ness5. . Special aittent ion to SETiNG
or RES~ETINO ARTIIFICIA L TEETlli, citheur
temaporary, partial or permnenut. Filling
dlone with necatness. All the muaterialu com.
mnonly used in filling,
~uwl41b, 40 (im
The state of South Carolinas
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Rlebecca Keith, an Infant .by Stephenu ..
Keih, her Guardian ad litemn.
James M. Edens, as Administrator of the
Estate of Alexanrder Edeut, deceased, aind
as heirs at law of said deceased, Margaret
Edens, Samuel Edens, Allen Edens, Reboca
WVilliamus, Napoleon Edens, Mary Jane
Roper, Williamu Edens, Alexander 0. Edens,
Elijah C. Edens, and WVarrecn D. Edens, as
heirs at law of Alexander Edens, deceased,
,Sumfmons8 for .Reli<f.
TO the lDefendants in this action.
Y U aniid eaich of you are hereby sum
. moned and required to answer the comi
plaint in t his act ion, which complaint is filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court for
Pickens County, anid to serve a copy of your
answer oni the siubscribersj at their office on
the PublIc Squaiire, Pickens Court iIouse, 8.
C., within twenty days after tihe service of
this summnons on you, exclusive of the day
If you fail to ans;wer thre complaint within
the tirue uaforesaidl, the Plaiintiff will apply to
the Court for the $elief demanded in thre
Pickenis, C. H., S. C., Aug. 6, 1877.
NORTON, KEITli & 110OLLI N0SWORTIH,
To James M. Edens, of the Defendarrts in
this action, whoso place of residence is un
larrwn: Tao notice, t hat this action Is com,
meonced for accoutntinrg anrd relief in tIhe Court
f Comun Pi'eas in and for thne County of
I'igkeuse, of thie 1;ite of SoQuth Carolina, gnrd
hat. a& smimo u m Ithis actjin, of which the
oreging is ai copy, was tiled ini thre oflice of
thec Clerk of tihe Court of said County, at
P'ickerns Court, louse', ini the County of PIicks
eDB, in said 8tate, on tihe 8th (lay of August,
1877; and that you are required to appear in
tIhe cause~ by the 18th (day of October next, or
the Plaintiff will aply to the Court for thne
Relief demnanded ini thet Complaiunt.,
N"IRTON, KEITIH & ilOLLINUSWOR(TH,
aug 18, 1877 d9 )
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
r lilE unndersignedi has conneocted witInh his
. WVAION AN -C RIG 811' ,
over Ouitlinrg and Weldiung. Call and ha3vt
your work done..
WV. T. MEARS,
P'ickens C- II.. July 2(i, 1b6t 45 1..
A FAIL ENVANA T
THE F-OLLO WIN G GELE B'RATE',
B.RADLEY'S PAT. PI OSPHATE,
PALMATTO ACID PHOSPI-A.E
WILCOX, GIBS, & CO'S AANI.,
For sao on liboral te,u. (Freigh,t
ILUDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, S. O , Feb. 8, 1877 2 8ta
S T O P1I
(R EEA IJILLE, S. c
A. M- SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
VnRjL LS IN THER R,011S.
Jutne 14,~ 177 . 40
Used in nearly'every locality in- many
Aettled beyond a dloubt-N-i one ion
the fact t hat inore c.ees ! f wIt it", Fo i
sed anl irregaiar Aen 1n ut0i1e 1-.
structionq, of every kinul. virt e, da1Y
otred, by )r. . Bradwriel' Fovi : r.
than by all other remedies coi.bined. 1
Success in Georgia rt.l other State: i., beyond
precedent in the inil-, o' pliisic. Tho-iun,1!
of certificates Iroim women everywlire pour iij
upon the proprietor. The attention of irj m
inent medical mien is aroused in behalf ua 0hi.
wonderful compound, and the must in
ful practioners use it. i womeun suffer here.
after it will be their own fault. Femnale
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. Ii
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., atl My 1
bought at $1,50 per hottle at any respctable
Drug Store in the Union.
EFFECTL, TUI'LY wONnEl1UL.
CAnruivviT., Olit., April !, 1f8'(.). ---Thi!
will certify that two ueinher,4 of my iin:tw
diate family, after having autl'ered for nimy
years from menstrual irregtilarity, and h-iving
been treated without heueit, by various me l
Ical dloctors, were nit lenigt h comiplet ely curedi
by one bottle of Dr. J. Braidfield's FEMALFE
REGULATOR. I therefore deemi it my duty
to furnish this certifiente, with t he hn"po of
drawing attention of suffering womenkinid to
the merits of a tuedicino whdse pIower ini eur,
ing irregular and suppressed mecnstruLt ion,
has beon proven under my own personal ob
servation. Its effect. on such casus is truly
wonderfml, and well may the reusedy be cailled
"Woman's Best Friend."
. Yours respect fully,
- J.vu. w. STuIanoC.
Sept. 7, 1876 1 .4
ft OERBIa'1ID '
Horse and Cattle Potidera
Thiw prrtion, long and faivorab)ig
knUowI,- wil thoroughly re-invigorate
b.i,on down and loweplrited honiesc,
-. by streng.thenIna auid cleansin1g 1la
- e.tomnach and intestine. ..
It is a sure preventivec of alt diseases
- iIcien to) this an!msd, siuch nMLN
F V E R, OLANDRS~ YELLOW
WATER, HR1AVF2,S COUOJHI DI1;.
TEMPER, F1VERS F'OUNJ$ER, -
L.OSS OF" APPETiIiE AND) ALT-.
ENEROY, &o. Its uso improves
the wind, tpqesses the appetUto
geeasmooth aud glossy skin--amd
ernforms then mliserablo skeleto n ~
intoa flne-looking andsi4rtedJ horse.~
. o eper Uof Cows this prpais
tion is inivaluablo. It Is a surepr
ventive against Rinderpest, Iollo
Ltorn, etc. SI6 has been proven by
cuexperitent to increase the
'.. ; *nantity-of milk aind cream twenty
per cent. an;I iaku thei butter firm
and sweet. In fattening 7t,1e it
esheanappetite, iootensa thcir hido, an aa
themitbuive much faa ter.' -
' In afl disaaes of Swino, such as Goughe, UI$rs in
the Lungs, Liver, &c., tae hrticle acts
sea s'peOll. - Dy -putting from one5
a1f a paper to apaperlina barrel of
swill tabe livoses ill be eradi.
cated orentirety p'ercrited. Ifrgivea
in time, a certain preventivo and
euro for the (og Choleaa.
DAVID E, I'OUTZ. Proprietor,
- BALTIMOREf, Md.
Sold by DruggIsts and t.orokeepers t h rough -
out the Unitedtates, Caniaaand .America.
Madic ainy day in l''4 a r.uI 1'A .v.- Je,
ac~ordting.' to youlr mean;s. z10, :sM oru
in STroc; l'llrvJIr;n:A h-s hra eh~lt asni
tortunezi to the Vcarc iul in ve:;ir*V. Vi' ad1. e
when and how to operate at'ly. lloik wiini
full inlformiat ion sent. free. A addres-- ver. hv
mail and telegr'aph to 13 \XTi-iR & CO,
llaiakers and Brokers, 1 7 Wall o:. , N.i
May 17, 1877 :36 1
I T \(Ft this hiethod of in formnlg a ll pat ii
intrete, thait I w ill be fotun l in lay ('f
fice, at l'iukensi C'our t iiouse* on ch l
W ElD N E i'.il A Y, andi' on eue!l:~ i:u ay,
for the purpose Of traniInuot1.: an -' u nIi.2.
that. cotey under may j 12.uriUition.
.s ry duti::s as .S,:hoo.l CommI.,iner w~iI
compl Ili. me o Ca ab ut2iiiu in vc d ifferent ar.- 'D
the CountLy, I appu int thwe sp'i :.1 -i ay.2 f'
the benefit *f aill coniicernetd. O)!it: hout.,
fromt 9 a mn. to 1 p. m'.
i. W. fINut,!yT)N.
TIIIS3 I'OPULLAR( llOTE'L, which haa beeni
closedl at shor1t itim, ia now re,op'.n l t''rth
ti comntodat.ion of thle t r:Lv2linm pul lie. Thei
roomsa are well furnishedl, the tauble suppjlie~d
with the b est ini thle maret, an :i no paa i
Transicut l;oard, 64;.l)t per 'lay; perunit
inent Board, 'SI 1.0') * :r moth. P..t 'I
of the p'ublic 'joliciite'I.
June '!8,1' 77 4.! u
(Goods to Dea!ler:;. $8N i a mon h, hotl a e .
I ravel it' n extene'es l'aid. No* peddi ig.~ d.
1rvs M4iONTOlt LAMPI CO , n-ix e ua1 U
j' CotuA, W ( E ltowoMnx l A Cuh
41iev C L l" eryj (
:1C.THMXpN HtOLCOMBE e. CHIILD9
P I' (UNi+ " lfls. e7'~I~
'A Pactice in a41 tlio' Coui-ts (f th' t.atk
idCutirtm ol'-Othe Unite,d itate,, for t-he Dia
tkict of eonth Carolina.
Mlarolh 29 1877
Norton, Heith & Hoilingswrorth
A i 'PO AYjV',YA5 A'2' J;Ai
Will praetine in thn Circuit and PraWo
Coirtv for Pie),nw Ciunty, aind in the Unitl
I;te C<mrdc' oif thi-I m r.)m Ihalt couilly.
OnI-of tL. svnior rt -tr r n ill ht, prow-rit to
.i"1p in ~ I." o of any imaport.an t
bumivjjens durinig vacaltion.
* .L. HO)LLI NO(WRTl,icen U. H.*
Mrp pJ J. N1ti .;I .MiA
GREENV1LL", S. C.
j)i ~it tilt Clu(jellit m~irt inid Coirt o
Probnte for Pickens ounty.
A A.'Yr a l A T l a
-!t1i00 Iin Com-rt of -.Pikona.
County, 'iuh in Unitl 8tatea Courta
dl' n y f cfon-s.
I~N 'E IE C"( )ORT( f)Js I.g(CbA'ifg
amn; NI. L -, r Plaini'f ji gaintist Aly
. J: bM.. d:s: et a. Uith:trtider
''Am te otkcr Det.it. Ay imaix. Wai;.:n PhMj3
7izabe' h iluntier, Anuglin i .Ji'tken:4,. Jos
lI uu.un, lu-oh M. liisbon, Richaird linkerc',
Anthi ony aker. William .Iker, Jamc3
lhl r, !r aila ItiAer, Ella I -iker, 1iar R I
d ie, btr Alc\1111er, I(ichad.1 OcKart,
Nancey Mtwr,fa'retA. Majr1-iv,-.M(a
iine 1 1. I i . alid Nanny Burgisirii, andi
all Oll r:; io l'aii ll ol ssss!.now,n, e.0inrng
aniy ilecrct ill th pr i .'. to bo
j wit if . ie ..
'01ar hervlby 4irmonw I in'nilqired1
to al-jpcI.r aft. Ilhe CU r11t cif .. 1h ul v h .I
day of :-ptemler, W77, to v'm.-:
an55y you can1, why15 the itU.l 1at ate * t inea
phainit of the Plaiuntiff vbh'nld nsot ha. ed ial
y of Atugust, 1877. W.I.IE ,
) udge Probate Pickeia Counsty.
TO( the absenC1t 1)efendtsIit, Aley Nix, iV;iN
liamI Baker, Janies Baker, Mary H-obie'n,
Adalino M. Ellis3, andkL all ot,hcrre, tto l.'lhintV
unknown, ha vinib or1 clai.nising any i-dere..t. in
the 16eal E.tbt.e souijht, to be partitios.ed ini
this. actioni: T1ake no.ice-, fhat, the conlphLiut,
hesreini hais been1 flIed in the OfTica of the- Pri
b)r hstnJdge for enid County, for tho purp'osea
EkA1LV, WETLS & TAYL.O.I,
au t1. J U3 7
I PVt/IL l Cot:f ''UCo..!
Mar:lgares.tj -ster, A u'in , WiIl '5 et al.. L-!.d0..
lieuroy 1te~~j r, Abraha 'us ieir ef. al.e
Ilunst., dIeceased, ~ AbrahI,:0.1 Hleste;-, Jvlberry
11 e:t er'. .Mu-y I ed I r, lB h~oe lles.I :>fer, Johnss
letrJoseph lstr.'fc*'.''r.ylor liest~er, aisi
]L!arri l:'.r*, chiildrent :aId hteirs of'
Ti m . L ife:ter,i dsi.:..: Fed; 3.iba l[iea#(r,.
M rf liest,er, Elzabtleth lihester, Jdha [[eg
Sur, antd WlVim. iii flesor, chiildren and heira
ofW'i lliar liesiter, deceased; Louisa HTostetn
WiUsim t1Net or, 8uaan .1 It etr, Mair.iu
ter, ats Roibert ffinst or, children andl heirs.
ot i., ar t !b:. yr, dleemea:d; Juolia, I lawI:ing,
wiLt) u 'f ilham.is ;Io)vt!hu, .A5nal fie':st.er,
br. s:.2 of J In:Ih.3 Co.:ter , w ica .,ed (ls}l
si scli in'la( ~ei.ere 1 ~i to p o, t,i e .s",u i
to ha :i (..r U:. i ! Sr Id in! 1 .-t of 1.,l iu.
.I oH ; a pw a 'r i. 1.. i ou of p roblaj t.e 15113(
hi!a ' o -;. i i. icC Il n t i n t he p State~
li1h day f I -C tOctb, rC, 1677 lto .uhdW tn., 1ift
lbt, l..Feti r .e<:s , den'Xi1sribed tind the
d ebts ofiLu the: idf~ II elc, and for parl tionI~,
dion ihe le;.m ~t, allostutin to he Plaeud,in
Iiff1 .l1re Li--r tt.\n Will ji:u ,a d ie thes
c)e 'a e .i., 'o- . & L tie.er J'ibervs 'hes.cr,
a,'. Mar l i b V r en-, re. I n'et'ive' l 5 one~.ri In.
divas1 i~ v,. a* A ot .therep to Is, e Defeius:sand,
Gelt' I.: iiy of . ':r. ., h' 7 !7. e ,J sed ir
f t' eH- -r.ib le le-,W r M. Iel Ie r,
a e, 2:1 Od.. i r, b%.aetv bC J1u1st. cy,
!b der. t..i s* iJ c;:u i h .,t:. !.!y r e.li yr3
ly, voes: in 1'.)'vis tl I! . I' b 1 pa itiei :f;. s in t.,.
*., '4 Lud I.bon t 5. ti.r Wtt ili .I( a j pstt.,
-t it i le ..-F \l i n~ I! .,steor, 'i a l 0 .
I'Ahv ns petve, n--us ('osulisi -ei,~ux.
I orth~ 1atte e D f.d is u n
lawkim. 'site t:s5..iiam ll nk, .A n
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