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Uethodist ohqrehA4v. A.,W:. WhIker, Vastor.
1st Sabbath in each month at 4 o'clock p. m.
2d Sabbath in each month at 10J o'clock a. m.
Secona Baptist Church, ,Rev.Hiott, Pastor.
st Sabbath and Saturday before In each
'Sonth ot 11 o'clock a. m. on Sabbath, and at
8 o'clock p. m; on Saturday.
Rev. Hugh McLees, Presbyterian, (Secona)
2d Sabbath in each month, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Dacusvillo items, from "Bones,"
and our Washington letter crowded
out of this issno. They will appear
A merry wedding crowd passed
through town last Sunday. We wcro
sorry to see that some of the young
men were too much "how como you
We are requested, by Captain J. A.
Griffin, to stato that the Hampton
Home Guards will moet at this place
on Saturday, the 22nd inst., at 11
oclock A. M. All members are re
quested to attend.
FURMAN UNIVERSITY-G REENVILLE
S. 0., Dec. 3, 1877.-Rev. J. C. Ilud
son is authorized to collect monyo
due on University bonds, and his re
ceipt will be valid.
C. IH. JUDSON.
Mr. W. T. MnFall left this place on
last Sunday, for Charleston, to attend
the meeting of tho Grand ldge,
which convened in that city on T1ies,
day last. le will also connect busi.
ness with pleasure and make an addi
tion to his already largo stock of
gcods, and also purchase his Christ
The Central Amatour Club will
give an entertainment at Contral, on
the 27th instant, consisting of cha
rades, tablaux, &c , the proceeds to be
apploopriated to the building of a Pres.
byterian church. At the conclusion
of the entertainment, the ladies wi'l
give a Hot Supper, at the Central Ho
tel. The public generally are invited
to attend. Admission, 25 cents; chil,
dron 10 cents.
Capts. W. R. Berry and C. L. Hol
lingsworth went to Columbia On last
Mondayv, to attend tha United States
Circuit Court, wvhich is now in session
in that plae. Thel1y have boon sub
poonned as witnesses, en the part of
the Plainiti fT, in the eases of the llank
of Comnmerce an id the Richmronid a.nd
lu).nvillo I?a:I roadl vs. the Counuty
Comnmissioners of Pickens.
The case of the S'.ate vs. Newton
Oats, marshal1:l ofi the town~ of Easbyv,
or ain aissaul. :ind b:attery ini illegally
nrresting and confinin a Mr. Bell,
enm te up for a secondl tr1ial on last
WVedniescIv. Theli defendanZit was re
l''esenitedc by Mr.. Ansmel, of Greenvilb.;
the Stauto by Mr-. Cnil. Thel case
wais given to the .1 jry ablouit 4 o'clock
in the afternoon, who retircti and ro.
turned in about ten iinutes, with
ai vordit of ''guilty."
V Our friend J. ('. GIriflin, had a corn
huskin g on last Thj1u rsday night, and
a< he never does thintgs by the hailves,
he lad any quantity of good things
to eat andt to di-ink. We were not
I here ourselves, but fronm the number
of headaches and redl eyes in town
next morning, we conuclude'.I that sovs
crail of the b. ys wer'e not governled
by the 01(d adage, "lot moderation be
your guide," but we'nt thle "whole
A difficulty occurred a fowv miles
above this place on Saturday, tIle 30th
nlt., betwooen Mr. Greenbory Allison
and Mr. Cald well, ill wvhich the former
was shot by tile latter. Dr. G. WV.
Earle, of this lalce was sent for and
extracted eighltoon duck shiot from
the thighs of Mr. Allison. It is
thought-that Mr. Cald well would have
killed him, had Mr. Kennemoro not
been standing near and knocked the
gun down, just as the gun fired. The11
wound is not dangerous, and the
wounded man is improving. Mr. Al
lison and Mr. Caldwell are brothers
in-law. Don't know particulars.
We are indebted to Mr. HL J. Gig,.
nilliat for the first copy of a neatly
p rinted and intoresting jouirnal, "The
Piedmont Air Line Readlight," pub.
lished monthly by the "Piedmont Air
Line." Tile object of its publishers
is to sho0w the merits and attractions
of the Piedmont Air Line, and each
number, besides containing interest.
ing and instructive reading matter,
will contain a cut of some prominent
or interceting object along the line.
The present number contains a cut of
the present Capital at Atlanta. Any
one sending twonty five cents to WV.
J. Houston, general passenger agent,
Atlanta, Ga., will receive one copy of
the "Readlight," each month for 1.2
PATENTs.-Inventors to secure
prompt and proper action on their
eases5, should employ an attor'ney ro,
eident at Washington. WVe direct
attention to Foster's Patent Office,
509,7th street, Washington, 1). 0. M.
Foster has practiced before the Patent
Office, 18 y'ears. 'Send to him for
4 pamphlets and references.
AN IMPosTER.-A mnulattto man,
aboOt middle ngo, named'( *- aind
hailing from pan s unknown, is reaping
a golden harvest from thle crednlous
and gullible coloredl population of Pick
ens, lie professes to be an Indian and
an Indian doctor, aind claims that lho
can cure all dIseases flesh is heir to with
in twenty-four' hours, lie tells hais
confiding patient that his nostrum is a
great~ discovery, known only to thu
Indian, and0compounded oly by
theso *ild oltildreA of tho forest and
the plain; wheh, in reality, it is only
oaomoi- andA dovers powderiis. This
scems to bo his only reiody-.a s ,l)c
ciflo for all disoar3os, a kingem-C-1'al1.
This distinguished follower and stu
dont of Esculapius was Feen, by
some gentlomen, in our town a fev
days ago, to prescribc and mcasuro
iout three diflerent doses of this com,
pound (all the sarno size) for threo
different patients whom he had never
seen; and itN was well known to the
gentlemen that the three p)atients
were suffering each from a very dik
ferent vauso and different disease.
1i0 had Only a feW m1inLItCs befor-e
bought;tho.medicine from Mr. Mcltall.
Accordinc to some of his negro pati,
ents this Indian, or 'medicine na,' has
mado somo wonderful curcs; but wo
ae sure it was not the result of hiq
skill iIi theta pcutiCs cr the w 'o1)(rIfTIl
pjrop(rtics of'his Inedici-no. 1erhalps
the confiding, believing or confi<lant
mind of his patient had something to
do with it. The fellow is a imbug
and an imposter, and had better givo
his nostrums carefully or ho might, at
some time, wake up and find an in
dictment for murder hanging over.
him. We forgot to say his terms for
prescribing must be paid in advatnc-.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CoUNTY OF P.ICKEN-8.
IN TIlE COURT 0F PROBATE.
Mary .1. Freeman, as heirs at. law, and as
Administratrix, and litenton S. Freeman
as Administrator of' tlie lersonal Est:ie of
Barney L. Freeman, deceased, Plaintiffs.
Mary J. Freeman, Jr., William 11. Freeman,
James 13, It. Freeman, Eliza .1 Freemn,
George T. Freeian, John '. Freeiian and
Lindsay 11. Freeman, Def.enlants.
Complaint for Partition.
PY virtue of an order, made by lion. W.
0. Fell; Judge of Ilie Probate Court, in
and for the County and Statc aforesaid, da,
ted the 8th I day of December, 1877, to me
directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, it
public outcry, at. Pickens Court liouse, on
Monday, the 7th day of Jamary A. 1). 18b78,
the V A LUA BLE 1E.A L EITATI of Biarney
L. Freemain, deceased, divided into two
tracts, tow it.:
Tracg No. 1,
OR TIlE UPPEll PLM('E, conltaining Onhe
1!lanmdried aitil Niniei'y--eix Acries, of wvhiebi
Fliy -five acires are*~ Fiirst C.lass .h:il.i li rer
l ouni Lataml, adjoininig tract No. 4, W\illiam
Aayvtiiebl, bindh of ilhe estate; of Phiimp' lair
fin, dei.ceased and other. is.
OR i.'11;LE ~ l l.i~ l' la \CEI. conitaini ng Two
IIlu:idred ;iuul i (Tin:y-five A\'ri's, forty ace
of wvihi arle Fir.st I'lis~ l,itow L:idi, tynmi
ini the tfork., niue ly the Oolen''y and Sn..
lo-la liiv* z, :uIj sininig Tracet. No, 1, G. itlen
dick's, \irs. .!arinu aiid otheri: sohl as hue
I'eal Esr.e of lIarneiy L,. Freemia'n, decea"ed,
TIlI \IS OiF S.\L,: (One-Ihirid the piarehae
oli.e andi Iwo y:it's tiit', w.it h iitierest, tr.ar
l'ec':r'iy and11 a Inoritgage of t he prei'(' es' s'old,
to. the .1197 L'L o f Piobte I. a 11( iy inlg e'xira
for deed, inrgage, aind for' recorcdinig It'
JTO.\D BMi.\ ULIN, s. i.c.
Decc 1:3,1877 141 d
STATE OF)1 SOUT' lf CA ROLINA.
COUJNTIY OF PICK ENS.
IN TIlE CJOLUP OF" C(JO3M0N PLRAS.
W illiaimq I. Perr'y Plainatiff', against. Al ma;loim
BAlyt he and Sophila F. Earle, Defecndanmts.
Judgment of Foreclo,sure and kSale.
1)3Y virtue otf thec auth ority of' an order,
made by thle lion. R It, CarpenteCr, as
J udge of the Eighth .Jud icial C'irenit, dated
lie 24thI day of' N ovemaber 1' I87t, to the
Sheriffs of Gre'enviUle atiml Pickens Count ies;
1 Joab Mauldin as Sher'iff of ickenis Counis
my, will sol! to the highest biddler at Pickens
Cour't. llouse, S. G ., duin ig thle legal hourms
of' rale, on Mo nday, t he 7h di (ay of Janiuamry,
A. 1). 1878, aLlI of that. part. of thle Tr iact. of
Land, which lies ini l'iekenis County, con
taining T1hiree llunidred and Fifty-five A ares,
more or less, dIascribed in tihe said order, to
"All that TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND,
lying on both sidles of southI Sailuda lliver, in
tlhe Count ies of' (Greenville and l'iekenis, and
adjoining lands of' thle estate of Mlrs. M. A.
(Corson, J1. IH. Cleveland and otheris, coin
talinin ig T1wo Thliouisand Acores, iniore ori less,
pariticu larly d escril.ed in t he last. WVill and1(
Testament, of Absalomn lily thle, Sir., deceased.
It being the si;une T]ract of' Land d1ev is< d to
Absialm flythle by thle said. Absalomi Uly thei,
TIEluMS OF SA [LE: One half thme purmchause
mauone y to be paid ini cashi, thle ba lance upopn
ai (cedit'of twelve m ontIhs f romi day of sale,
withi interest from daite, seemed u by a bond
anid mor(ltgaige of thie pr'emises sol, thle pu r
chuaser pa',ing extria tm' all niecessar'y paipers,
JVA B M\ A U~ LD1IN, s. i.e.
Dec 18, 1877 14 4
STAT.E[ OF SOU I II CAlROLINA.
CoUNm oF IBIOKENS.
IN TlIE PROP>ATE COUlRT.
Ehami ". Taylor Ct al1. Plaint ifT'., vs. .Josas
phli ne A. Car'ver e t ali. Defienidanits.
Comp)laint for Reliief.
'DY tite of' an ordler to mie (directed by
1 Hon W. . F'ield, J1 udge of the l''robate(
Cour't, in and for the~ County anmi State
aforesaid. I will sell to thle highest bidder, for
Cash , on thle first. M ond ay ini Januar y next,
lie If EA L EST'ATEI' of A ugust us Ta':ylor, de
''All of that TiRACT OF LAND), lying and
being in tihe State of South Carlina andi
County of l?iekeiis, on waters of (Gouldinigs
creek, adIjohiing I-inds of E. E. Maublini, WV.
If. If. ArIli, ifarris D)illard nind o hers, con.
faining One londre'd anid Thirty Acres more
JOAB MAUJLIN, s,r.e.
1cc 18, 1877 1II:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKXNS,
virue of an execution to me dire,ted
B will sell to the highest bidder for cash'
at. Pickons Court House, in front of the
Court House steps, on Saleday in January
next, during the legal hours of sale, the
following property, to wit:
All that Piece or Tract of Land, aittate in
Pickens County, S. C., on waters of Eighteen
Mile creek, adjoining lands of W. C. Clayton,
S. IV. Clayton and others, containing One
Hundred Acres, more or less. Sold as the
property of J. A. Boggs, at, the suit of S. IV.
At the same place and time, I will sell all
the right, title and interest of Jack Cannon,
in or to all that Piece or Tract. of Land on
12 Mile River, adjoining lands of Mrs. iIes.
ter, Jessie Ellis and others, and known as
Belle Shoals tract, containing Ono I'undred
and Sixty Acres, more or les. Also, 1 Ilay
lorse; levied on as the property of Jack
Cantion, at the suit of S. J. Hester and ot.hers
TER. 11 CASHI,
At (lie same time and place, 365 acres of
Land on Saluda River, in Pickens Conity, on
which there is a good Grist and Saw Mill,
adjoining lands of Robert Trotter, William
M a3 fleld and others. Levied on as the prop.
erly of Charles A. Carson, at the suit of Dun.
can & Shumate.
T'ERMS CASIh. Purcliasers to pay extra
fort i ils.
At the same tine and place, 1 Home Shuttle
Sewing Machine; levied on as the property of
A. .J. Anderson, at the suit of A. & E. Bacon.
I will sell on the Tuesday following, at
Lasley dtation, 1 Selt l1ilacksmnith Tools; le
vied on as the property of Day & Clyde, at
the itii of Gower, Cox & Markley.
JOAB MAULUIN, s.r.c
Dec 1, 1877 11 .1
..her1i s Sale.
SIATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Susan Trotter against Licretia Dactis.
Y virtule of sundry execitiors, to me di..
rected, I will expose for sale, on Sale.,
lay in January 1878, during tlie legal hours
of sale, before the Court House door, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
All tle right title and interest of Lucretia
Dacus, in all that. Tract. or Parcel of Land,
contaiiiing 12,5 acres more or letss, being the
same tract conveyed by the heirs of Moses
Hlendricks to William Dacus by deed, bear
ig dat e thIie 27t h (lct ober, I185:8. and record -
edl in RIegister NIlesnie Gonveyance Oilice for
P'ickens (Coutnt y, lI ok 'A,''"2 pge 2d I. S old
as propei t y of1 Luere ti a D)acuis at. thle suit of
Susan11 Trot erI aginist Ansi ell Maigill.
All the right title ani interest of Ansell
NIlagill, n1 all tIhat Tr-act or Parcel of' Land m
cotiinmg One IIlundre'l andl Twenity.-'venu
.\ere7 iore er le::s. being the sinme t ract
coniivey'e d by d ed f romn c 1h heirIs of.I .\ls
ll~redicks to I arkini llemlrtile, h'earinig
de thie i ih Octobler, lI>3., recorded ini
thec Otlite l egist er N clsnie C2onvevance for
i'iekens C oumy, liook '*.\ ," pa:e 281 tSold
as thle pir,pe)t ty -of Anisell lg!!l, at the suit
'I' 'il S C.iS3!1-Piirchaser to paiy er: tri
JOA B AI.\ ULDiN, s v.e.
D.c 18. 1877 14 4
.N T111E PRJOIRATIE CO(iURTI.
L. Ross Eaton, Pet it ionwr, atgatinst .Ephraim
U. Eat ori, J1osepht J Eal on, A manida C.
Wilson el ali. Respon<enils.
Pctit(ion for Pa e(Jt 'It n.
J)Y virt ue of an ord<r in the above sltted
I) case, to ime directid, by' W. G. F'ie'ld,
J udge Probate for thle Cwnty and State afore
said, dated the 2d day if November, 1877, l
will sell to thle highest midder', on Monday,
the 7th di(ay of J1anuary mexi., dutring the legal
hour's of sale, at. Pickcus jourt 'louse,
A numberm of' LOTS inihe t own of Cent ral,
on Air Line Itailroad, irPickens Countty, S.
(2., advantageously sit tited for eit her bui..
ness or iresidences.
A dIiscription of said LoIs anid Plats of'
lie same will b)e exhilited on the day of
Puitcricsrs to pay exra for' all pae3
TEll N1S-One-half ash on dlay ot sale,
remtainder' on a credit <' twelve monthsli, withI
inter'est from date. Ptrchaser's to give bond
and security and a motgago of premises to
secure purchiasc mfoney3
JOAI AIULDIN, src
D)ec 6, 1877 13 4
STATE OF SOU2H1 CAROLINA.
County o Pickons.
-])YV vi rtue of an exeuition to me directedi.
1) 1 will sell to (lie h ighiest bidder befoire
ilie (Jourt house (100, at P'ickenis C. 11 , on
Saleda zy int Januiary 378, d urving the legal
Iiour's of' sale,
All that Tr'iact of 'and, wher'eon Mart lia
Weemins niow li ve.s, catiini ng One liiiundrme
andt( Sevently-six Acri, more otr iess, lying
ont die east. side of l.Mile Itiver, adjiiining
lands of' estate .J. 1' Clayto and oithcers;
leviedl on asn the proprty otf A. Weemis, at
he suit of David 11. loan, Alihinistrator.
TE'lIt NI8: Fift.y ddar's cash, balantce on
a credlit of 12 mouth, at 7 per ceiit interest,
withi appr'oved note ad mortgage, lo secure
die purcehaso money. Purchaser to pay ex
bra for titles.
All '1e right ,tillI and interest of Thos.
P. C'amipbelt, in al that tra< t or' parcel of
land int lickens Couty, on waters of Twe lye
\l i Ie liiver', contIaing Otte flun idred and
Tweit y-tive Acrers, nore or. le.s", bennmg tIhe
same t ract of lan whieireon (lie Defenidat
no~w resides. Sold(1 the pr'operty of Th los.
P'. Camipbell, at. thteuit of F. L. Glarvini.
JAB AAULDIN, s.i-.r.
Dec 18, 1877 ~ i1 4
ALL persons imttbted to the undersigneCd,
. either by Not or Acecoun it, will conf er a
favor', andi obviate o Cepens an unple;Ls,
ant ness of having jlimant14 obtained against
tem, by settIlintg to same at onre, as the
bu:ince of (lie Oldirmt NIlu-r he 'settled.
IIAO01) & A1LE UND)Elt.
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, (first class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoes, Remnants, anything we can get for
Cottonades, 10, 16, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 75 cents up;
Saddles, from $2.25 up;
Blind Bridles, 76 to $1.25;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Heady Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND AT
prices as low as any other House in Pickens
Will hmve in store in a few dnys one car
load of Salt, which we will sell at Greenville
prices--adding thle sxt ra local freight. we
have to pay more than G reenvillo.
JOUN T. GOSSETT~I & Co.
Easley, S. C.. July '2(, 1877
J JUST I ECEIVED'U ATi.
M c FA LL 'S,
A COMPIYTE STOCIK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND) URIUGIIT.
- 0 --
A splenidid assor'tment, and( pr1iCces t
suit the times.
OROOKiER1Y, TIN AND)
All k(indsI, sizes and pices, fr'om a
llalf Pint Cup to a20 gallon Wash
DMUI1(M & MXEDICINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
the Ieadinug art.icles al ways On hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To1( suit every one,
CANDY AND CRACKE[RS,
CANNED) GOOD)S & PICKLES,
And in fact a genciald assortment of
Como and( see for your self,
May 1, 1977 -
&c., &., &c.
Will exchango Goods for any kind of
EASLEY STATION, S. 4,.
June 28,_1877 42
BlAhewood 7~~ iay
Established in 1800.
IE FALL TERM begins Septembor 12th,
and continues 20 weeks.
Ti Sptping Term begins January 30, and
closcs about 17th of June.
TERMS PER JALFSESSION or FIVE MONT1S.
Board and Tuition, f 90 00
Board, Tuition and Musio, 115 00
Board, Tuition, MlFic and Gernan
(or French) 12b 00
Board, Music, German and Drawing 135 00
Location unsurpassed for healthfulniess.
A resident. Physician is employed by the
Pchool, whose services are free io pupils.
A German Professor presides over (le
Music and Gerian uepart ment s.
Payments made in four installments.
Rev. A. W. L%Amm will meet pmpils at. any
point And take charge of them. For further
particulars and cataloguic, addrass.
Uev. A. Y. LAMAR
Or Prof. W. S. DUILIAM,
C. (. MA A.It. It., Blythewood P. 0., S. C.
sept 20, 1877 2 y
T IE undersigned is located at Central, and
, is prepared at. all tims to d -ispatc work
Wit ih neatniess. Spcial at tentIion to SEING
or IIESETIlNG ARtTIFIC 1A L TE ETII, eithler
tem)porarly, par'tial or permanent. Filling
done with neaftniess. All the mlaterials com.
mnonly used in filling,
GlEO. BORIOUGIIS, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40 (mi
Atlanta Medical College,
MIE Tentith Anual Course of Lectutres
riwill commee October I5th, 1877, and
close March ist, 1878.
F.wer.rv-J. GI. Westmnoreland, W. F. West.
mnorel:and(, W. A. Loe V. II. TaLlialferrIo, Jolhn
ihad. .Johnson, A. WV. Calhoun, J1. H-. Logan,
.. T1. BaInks; Demonstrator of Anatomy, C.
Sendi for Announcement, giving full infor
.JNO. THAD). JOffNSON, Dean.
aug 9, 1777 3
UIREEhVILLE, S. U.
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
IVig..jr F T TilR ROOJIS
.Jaie( 14, 1877 'It '
'fla 6-late of Sut tOliareligga
IN PRO.DATiE COUlZT.
Itobert Trot er, Plint iff, vs. J arnaei Troit fer,
NS'uNinonA for Pfar/i//on?, ~Re// -f, f..
IT) the D)efend nnts: .Jameis Trot ter, 1 l.bcca:
WVill i ams, Eli zabe)th M. T rot ter, Su1san
TIrot ter, Amiy Tfrotter, H enrmy Trot teri,
Nancy Sini i mons, El izabet hi Lesley, Carol ini
Iharbin, Geo. W. Tr'aotteor, Thlomias G. Trot
ter, Itaichiel Trotter, Cleveland Trot ter,
Robert. Trotter, Sarah Trot Ier, R nchiel
Trot ter, G rillin Trot ter, G1reenu Trot Ier,
Lark in UI. Troit er, Suisatn M. Trot Ier, Eli.
zabth)tl Trot trrm, Caroline1 lIurgess, J'lieeen
WVhi tmiire, Nancy iteese, Sarah M. Trotter,
llenry 0. Trotter, J1ohn TI. T1rot tcr, 1 tchiel
M., IIowIard, Itober't ('. Tr'ot ter', Mary .
Masters, John i L. Trotter, Louiisa .J. Fort
ner, J1. I. fl esteri, and alhl others to P'lain-.
tiff, unknaowni, having or claiing any ina.
I erest ini the 1(eal Est ateo of .J ames Troltter,
'70()U ar herebcy summoarined and rerfniried(
I to aunswer' the compJhiinlt in this act ion
wvhichI was filed ini the~ o tie of thle Proba te
Cour't for saidl Colanay ot Pickeins, anal to
serve a copy of yourl ans~wer t o I le saidl COm
p lajint. on thle souscibers at the ~ir~ ofilee at
Pickens Court Housec, S. (C., wit hin twenty
daiy's afteor thle s erv ices her(' Cof, lad it~ you fai
to anisweri the comiplaint withiui the time0 afore
said, the Plaintiff ini this act ion w~ ill apply to
the Court for thle (Rclict demanded in (lie
Novembher 12, 1877.
JARLE, WELL~S & TAYLuRt,
Plaint il's Att ornelys.
TO Amy Traotter. leany T1rot Ier, Thiomtas G.
Trot ter, Itachiel TIrot er, C levelhandl Tr'ot ter
Rtobert. Trotter, Sa raha Trot ter, Rtahiel Trot -
ter, Graiflin~ Trot ter, (Graeen Trott .,ark in HI.
Throtter, Susan M. Trrotter, Nancy Reese,
Sarah M. Trot teCr, Hienry Odus Trot ter, J1ohnI
T. Trotter, anda all persons havinag or clainm
inig any initerest in th lao eal Estaite of' Jamres
TIrotteir. (deceased, D)ef'endanits, in this act ion,
please0 take nici itha t the11 summoinsl afli
comnplint., Of whIicIt thea fore.goi ng is a copy
of the sumimonis, Was tfled in lhe odicee of' t.he
.1 udge oft the P'roa,ate Court for Pickens
County, SoiuthI Carolina, on the 12tda iy of
EA RLE, W ELLS~ & TAYLOR,
Plaint ill'8 ALt.9rney8.
>v l-. 187 Itn .
r.r.r U A NUTIUES.
J 8 COTHRAN, I f It A CHU.,
Abbeville C 11 j Pickens C H
OTHRAN & CHILD,
A.T7TORNEYS j CO UXS OR' 01?8 A7 LA W,
PICKENS C. II. S.C.,
Will Practle in all the Courtp ;6 the Site
and Courts of the United 1t4tes, for the. Diu.,
trict of Southl Carolina.
March 29 1877 29
Norton, Neith & Hoilingsworti
A TTORNEYS A7' LA W,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probate
Courts for Pickens Count-y, and in the United
States Courts of (his State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
assimt. in the transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON WaIll
W. C. K4-ITi1, j aa
G. L. IOLLINGswORTH.IIPickens C. 11.
March 23, 187 29
XX71 [ITN1Fj4 t SYYEIFE.
W a***a 40*i' -
ATToRNEY AND COUNSLLoR AT '6AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ractices in tle f'ircuit ourf and Court o
Probate for Pickens otility.
May I6 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTOrijtNE4Y AT lJAW
Pra1tices inl Courts of Pickcr
County, and in Unietd States. Coul rt
OMAINE GOLD, so extensively worn in
1Paris, wa first- discovereud inl 187 hy
tle celebrated French chemist Monls 1). Be
Lainlge, Who mannfactuiled it. into jewelry,
and for five years ,ol it. ( lie leading Ijew
elers of Paris for]Solid Gol. In 1875, whleil
iis secret becalme kiAown1, ten of tle mnnu..
factujring.ewelers establislied stock com...
pany, with i a capital of : I0,000,000 for the
urpose of "Mull fact uring Romaine G(ld
ewelry anld Watcies. Wilhi this illmiieno
Capital, alnd.he flita ji(d of illproved mn1ehinlery
they are enabled to produce ill tlie late8t pat
terns of jewelry at less Il'!In one.tenti the
cost of Solid Gold, and of a inality and color
wihicl imlakes it ifnpossible even for experts to
detect it from tlie genuinle.
We hkave seenVed the exclivIye a;ency of
the Ulnite(d States nind aad for saIC of
all gools mannatu11 red from this met a I
xin ordeor t o int roduiico t hem in thie mios t speedy
mniner, have put up asorted'i sainpijle lots as
given bjelowv, wihib wve ill sell nt one-tenth
the retail value until Jaumttu'y lst, 1878.
Rlead the list.
One Gient's Watchi C'haitn reti price, .I 00
Onec pair Engravedl Sleevec litt Iens, retall 75
One St one set Scant Pin, retail pr-ice, 75
One set (8) spirail rihirt stmlk ietail p1ice 7
One inproved shaope colhir lttoni, retaif, Sto
One heavy plajin wvedding ring, retail 1 25
T otal $5(~
For 50 cetnts we will send aIbove six articules
I pair sleeve buittonis, stonec settiing.
I set. (8) spirail sir t t studs:
I heavy hand engalgieen ring,
I set (2) Cligraved biracelets '
1 Ladies' Ilon g guardi or neckiii ,i
1 engraved in iatutre locket for (lie above,
I Gent's he iavy linik wvat ch ebin
I Lake Geor'ge Dlinmandi1 at td.
1 Ladies' neck chi tin and charm,
I Lil ies' lieavy gular i lxaiin i' for i,c
1 set Pin and ear rings- amxethlyr
I ex(ra fine minxitaie loeket,'
1 eamnea seal ring,
1 very heavy weddintg or enfragem en t rng,
1 G ent a heavy wat(ch chain with ciharmi
I pai pearl inlaid sleeve bu1t.t ohs '
I Lake George ciluster pin,
1 pair (2) heavy bmnd! hen:tcelet s.
1 Ladies' opera guard cloin'i~
I Ladies' iieck elmin andi (crosa
I bieauitifuil locket, enigiraved,
I pain hanad bracelet i,
I Genif's f wi-i link vest chiainii ndl clirmti
I l'ai onyx slee've hut toiis
1 set [: Ony3x shiir t .xnis,
Iiinew imlpr'ovedh(0 olla.r banenoii
I extra cut camie(, neL riing,
I -c iiethiyst or topaz piti andI ear dr,>ps,
I En<bdes' ebeniuwe but tont,
............ 001 LOT.
I Ladies' operat chain, withI slide and tassel,
Iii it'si heavy wa Id tch.'chiut, ith cur 'iiib charm
[retail p i ce if, 0(11
1 L:a(ties' heavy loiug ie(l: (:tin
I elegai chaiseil mtinliat ire locker. for nhove
1 set came)(o muaioin paixa nlOar dtrop
1 pair1 ['2] heavy chasiced bandiu bratcelets
I patir ammhtlyor on-(tyx ofl-eve butons1
I set  studs to Yuutt(h fte ahlov
1 elegirnt heavy .1 Cettitno se:il inhg
I iniassi ve hai i or wed-ling ring
I newv'1)1 "p t''i collir bdu ix
1 L:a1lies' cheiisje hItolon
1 unIeIhy tf i.r topiz ring, [ e'f ra fmiih. ]
'1her etatil pri~c of thie nrtieles ;n CuJ
sample hot. amnounts to exactly teti fimes (h
piie we asok for thie lot: for exautple, out
1(t) lot retails for 0 0 00; our $ 00 l'ot for.
A Solid R~omine~ Gold Hunting Case
To any on1e 5(id ing us ana orde r :'or th ~
ablove lots b)y express to (lie amotunt of 115 00,
we will send i'1B lboneC soidu IR(omaiie Gold
ltanting-caxs Wtchl, (ents' or Ladies' size
wairanted to keep perfect fiaio and loo
equially as well as a 810 lO)o! .1 watch. JB
iitaih pospaUid, $15 50. Thlis is cur best offer to
A'6ents, aind is worthI a triial, as thle watch.
ial una will sell or trade readily for from $20
to sr)0. (GentLs' or La'dies Watch alone, $7 (Og
or 38 (10 wit hi a heavy Get's gold pat ta-rx vest,
ebtin and ebit carm, or Ladies' Oper'a Chain wi I
slide nr.dl t assel,
EmitnMiig..-TIhxis offer only lo,d god
tint il .Iinuary 1sf, 1878. A fter lthatii W'
shitll sell only to Jobbers and WhioIesaile der
cxrs, and ainy one wishinug our goods wi;giten
have to pay full retail prices- R!omiair.e' Gobi
isthie best, and, in faict, the only Imitaiiti of'
geninti gold made, being (lie samie ini wig
color arnd fi nishi, anid all our1 goo~ds arie nu le
in the latent. gold pxw oltS.Wr txa t
satisfact ion ini Ceey instance, or recfundxu IhIa
Send money by P. o., Alour~ Order, or
Registered Lett(er, at. one r-kk ''o ii
sent C. 0. 1). uniless $5 00~ uneomponfins the
order. Addlress plainly, W. F. E~VANd &
CO., S4olo Agents for Uited States and
Canada. 05 and;07 Si(hCaksre,Chi
au 0, 17