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LOCAL ITEMS. F
I
ontton ia conning into uinrkot {|
. ;,,0"'y- ill
Tua "sore and yellow .loaf" indi%
cates the approach of fall. ti
A new store, by Messrs. Brown A t(
Hendricks, is soon to be oponed in c
* town.
We jure informed that sevoTal now *
'ores are to be opened in Eaeloy
?' u ?.(< r
IUI? MIIU
c
The Methodist Conference, wo tin- j
derstand, it to be bold at this place (
next year. ,
? ?- i
, .Butte? aud eggs aio becoming
Marco in this market. Something
unusual. '
~ ' 1 ^
The Twolvo JHLIIO uuni|) niuuviugi |
' fivo miles west of this pluco, coinmoncos
to-night.
The Centennial celebration of the
?battle of. Fort Monltrio will take
place June 28tli, 1876.
, % ****~.
Apples aro beginning to find their
nay to raarkit and are selling at ono
* dollar per bnshol.
? ? 1
J ?lia? MM
w are jjihu tu ciuvu tux. ?...,
McFhII, who bae been quite sick tor |
the last week, is now improving.
J. B. Sutherland lias boon appoint**
d, by the Govorflor, a Trial Justico
- for thia County. Tho nppointmont is
a very suitable one.
Cokbkotion.? We are informed
that it vu a Mr. Raymond fired at
near Central Station instead of Capt.
NVai, <ia Btatorf un last week.
*' ?I ? J
Tho ball at Table Rock Hotel, to
t . morrow night, is engrossing /(he attention
of our joung folks, (Hat is the
Manciest" portion of thom.
Tlie tale of town lots, at Liberty
Station, come* off to day. The prospects
f?!* ft flourishing town to
* spring up at this placo is brightening.
r*.... mnrnhantg are rocoivinR a full
took of (all nnd win tor goods. Bacon
and flour will bo the cry noxt spring,
Cotton ?old.*nt<fciey spent, and crodil
wantod.*'*
Cotton' Ik down to olevon conta poi
pound, whilo bacon and lard is sixtooi
and twenty eonts a pound, und cori
on* dollar ji busbol.
Farmers should plant lens cottoi
and raiso their own meat and broad
** * !" *'? ? AAiintt? /ft
Ilio limit citso in tuio vuuhv^ -w
violation of contract catno off bofor
Trial Juatioo ilollingsworth on las
Saturday. The party was acquittod
as the prosecutor had failod to brin
iuo action within the time proscribe
by law.
Familiar fucetTlire always gladl
bailed among us. This is certain 1
V * fact regarding Mr. P. P. Toak
advertisement, which appears i
in another column. Wo can safe
say that Mr. Toale is the chainpi(
mannfocturer of doors, sash ?i
blinds, to which ho adds a large 1
of requisites for the completion
any building. To the needy we a
^*4ond for his prices.
. .
I Tho mail from this plnco to Easl
Station, which according to schedti
cannot leave beforo 4:30, left on Th
day Inst two hours and a half bcf<
time, and we were unable to got <
mail off until Friday. Had it wai
a half hour longer, our mail wo
all havo been ready. Wo aro
grumbler, but we do not want s
thing to*happen again.
Ornsds,?Tho census of this
has been completed, and we hop
be ablo to givo our readers tho t
number of population of this coi
by townships noxt week, bos
other interesting information <
r corning the productive resource
*. * >tt?w soil. The following statemei
the population of Pickonsvillo
Salubrity townships lias been
nitbed us by W. A. Clydo, Esq.
riCKKNSVILLK.
.... .. i
wime .... J
Colored .
. Total S
SALUBRITY.
WllltO ^
Colored . .
i Total
It *
We regret to learn tlmt Hon. W?
. Holcombo baa been very sick for =
to past eight or ton days. lie was
% i ? & i a r
uprovuig wuyn wv mm uuiiru iium i
im.
Mr. Wakeland, of tlio Liberty eec- *
on, brought a bale of cotton to
)wn last Tuesday and sold it at 11 o
outs per ponnd. He says that cot* "
>n will not receive much atttention {
rom him in the future. Right. 1
Married.?On Sept. 9th, at the i
ceidenco of Mr. John M. Hendricks, '
>f Anderson county, by tho Rev. J.
I. Boroughs, Mr. Lemuel C. Roid,
t Pickens county, to Miss Victoria
McCullum, of Oherokeo, Georgia.
Prkliminaky Examination.?Smith
and Rother, iho parties confiucd in
jail cliargcd with placing obstructions
on tho Air Lino Railroad and
throwing tho express train oil' tho
track on 23d of July last, had a preliminary
examination beforo Trial
Justico llollingsworth Wednesday,
? * m' iit m 1
5tU inst. ikjr. ueorge nr. inyior
represented tlio State and Mr.
it. A. Child the prisoners. The
State failed to produce eufliciont evidence
to convict the parties, and the
examination was continued until
Wednesday, (yesterday) tho 22d,
when tho State again failed, and
tho examination was again continued
to noxt Wednesday, tho 29th. Capt.
Alloy, tho dotectivo who worked up
the co8o against the parties and ar
rested them, was present and gave
his ovidonce. What other testimony
will be adduced on the next examination,
and what tho final result!
will be, we aro unable to conjecture
It seems, however, that tLe State ii
going to find it more diflicult t?
mako out its caso tlian was at lire
imagined.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
P. P. TOALE,
> 9
?Manufacturer of?
! Doors, SasHEs,
; SL5KSSS. Pi.96MR@
? n/uaiui ?n
r BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
; Paints, Oils, &c
?Sole Agent for?
a
I Tub National Mixkd Paint Co.
The Great American Fire Exti
o <UUI8IIER Co.
t PAGE MACHINE BELTING C<
'? Send for Pkicb3.
g
(l Office and Warorooma,
No8. 20 & 22 Iiayno and 39 *na
1'incknoy Sto.
J Factory and Yarda, Asliloy Kivi
y West End Broad Street,
!? CIIAULE8TON, ?. C. 4I
tarn and Salt Us,
rat
ot
fly Parties desiring to hire convoyanci
Vickens Court House, Tabic Rock and c
ley points, t?n be accommodated at my 8ta1
l'c? at all hours of the day and night,
nrs
chascrs en* also be supplied with Good ?
jro 1
jUI* at reasonablepriccs.
tod j|Regular Mail Lino to Pickens C
house daily. (8undays excepted.)
Hi/
UCll RIC1IEY & WYA'
Enfriey Station, 8. 0., Aug, 3, 1875.
n?40-1y
lilt V
5 VALUABLE LAUD 24
idea
con?
0f I will Hell Co the highest bidder, al P
(J II, on aalcday in October next, tli
it of estate of Jane L. Arnold, decoaoed, t<
,.?j One tract of land lying on Oeorgc'H I
- * 11m.iliaiiil ?f KmIiit Slut inn
1% lew inner* IIVI ? IIVMUO V ? ^
fur? taining three hundred acres, fifty of
, in ftrst>ola?s bottom land; oue huudred
nl nnd fine forest, tho balance clean
in a good state of cultivation. O
* | r premise? is a large and comfortable dw
l, 110 with all necessary out-buildings.
784 Terms?One-third cash, balance in o
. two years, with interest al ton per ce
j r;fU) Rnnumi approved securities and
'? gflge of the premises if deemed neoessi
A. 8. DiUGCj
, * Agent for Leg/i
1,589 Aug. 28, 1875.
523 Bait* Abbeville Pross and Bann?
Greenville Weokly News copy 2t ai
i ?o A. 8. Briggt*, Greenville Court
o,06i'B.C. ? jio&;
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
m'' t MI i a':i r
iantj ffijt aa*
KASE.K1T STATION, N. V.
Tho exercises of thin School wore opened
n Tucailny, &ept, 14th. Tuition per Seholkatic
yoar :
Primary Depart men t . . . $20
intermediate Department . . 80
[iigli Hohool Department 40
Qood board can be secured in the village at
Vnm *10 to SI2 ner month. For further I
particulars, Address the principal,
no 8 4t WM. 8. M0BRI80N, A. B.
Gentlemen's
KMrORIIJM OF FANIIXON,
Orccnvllle, N. C,
The undersigned beg leave to inform their
friends and the pnblic generally, uiiu iney
intend opening on the 1st of October, 1876,
, in ono of tho new iron front buildings, second
door above the postoffico, one of the largest
nnd most complete stock of READY MADE
tfLOTHINO nnd GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS ever brougnt to this market,
nnd as we intend purchasing our entire stock
with the cash, will be enabled to offer our
goodn at very low prices.
Call and see before pnrohasing else
where, as it will be % pleasure for us to show
our goods.
MoMAHAN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
3 lm
NOTICE!
Wo liavc received our
Fall and Winter G oods?
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figurei
Wo havo on hand two car loads of Salt an
two car loads of Bagging and Tics, whic
wc propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)tton.
j Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
no3tf H. E. IIOLCOMDE & SON.
3 Colon 1h1?, Emigrants an
Traveler** Went ward.
^ ? itAnflotisAfl limn
rur uirip \ill\>uiumt wiiuvudvui ?im.v
and general inform.ition in regard to trnr
portation facilities to nil points in Tennessi
- Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorat
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah a
California, apply to or address Albert
- Wrknn, General Emigrant Agent, Office 1
2 If. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Qa.
No one should go West without first g
ting in communication with tho Gene
Emigrant Agent, and become informed ns
superior advantages, cheap and quick trai
portation of families, household goods, sto
and farming implements generally.
All information ohcorfully given.
W. L. DANLEY,
no3 Gm G. P. & T. A
I*
TABLE ROCP
The Hotel at this Popular Summer ltei
is now open for the reception of visitors. 1
table will bo supplied with tho best the co
try affords. The rooms are well furnis
and scrupulously clean. No pains will
spared to render the stay of visitors pleai
r.ud agreeable.
NItateu
of lloard.
"k Per Dav . . . . . | !
J' Per Week 1!
l'er Mouth 4
V. 8. J >NE8,
JJno50 Proprietoi
35
... Thomas W. Russell,
ly FALL AND WINTER GOOD
? At HUBS ELL'
n 1 -- rtlnihintr mm
XMJSH'V liliiuu v/iuvmi'g) 1
. from 85 to 815 a suit,
A A DTTQQ'UT.T '
ill
Good Supply of Yarns, Sliirti
Fall Prints, etc. 81 ?5 a bunch
0 0 Yarn, and other things in proper
>ther At HUSSELIj
blcs, Good Lot oi Grocorios on 1
and to arrive. If you want anytl
l>ur"~ or want to hoc anything,
? 11USSEI
Mock v/??? wi.
Ii you want Etiwnn Dissolvod
for Wheat,
ourt- Call on JIUHSE1
If you want to find poluo and
tlcnmnly cloiku, call on Mr. Kob
and John,
At KUSSEIJ
Eattloy Station, S. C., Sept. G,
H Advertiser's Gazett
.
0
. . A JOURNAL OF IN FORM A'
ore"* *'<>K ADVERTISERS. EDI1
.-wit: 9,600 COPIES. PUBIilf
Creek, WEEKLY. TERMS, *2 PEI
i, con- NUM. IN ADVANCE.
which
jd r'ut'I VK Bl'KCIKKN OOPIKB (l)IFl
n Ihu lMTKS) TO ONK ADDUK68 lfOH 25
oiling, __
Office No-41 Park Row, Nov
1 ? nnTOUTT Jtr f f\
??v aiiu * M ? - _
nt. per Al/ n ? w,
mort- -Editor* and Pub;
Sf* SAMPIiE & AUEXJUVJ
k'ccB. Manufacturers nnil Jobbcra ol
r nn.l MKN'S sioys- vvomki
'H.u?"1 3001,8 ?"<l SU01SS,
: 7t i Cliarlotto, N. (J. 1
iiDo
You Want Health f
Wnr Will Y? Dm t?Death, or whtl ia
worse, is the inetitnble result of continued
Kuspension of the meustrual flow. It is con-1 |
ditlon which sneuta not be trinea with, immediate
relief is Ihe only safeguard against
constitutional ruin. In all eases of suppression,
suspension or other Irregubrity of the
"courses," Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator
Is the only sure remedy. It acts by giving
tone to the nervous ceutres, improving the
blood and determining directly to the organs
of menstruation. It is a legitimate p<-j?cription,
and tho most intelligent Doctors use it.
Prepared by J II Bradfield, druggist, Atlanta,
Oa , 91-60 per botttls, and sold by respeotable
druggists everywhere.
Boon to Suffering Females.
LaOrange, Oa., March 29, 1870.
n 1A.I4 ff* A llanta fu. -
I lake pleasure in stating that I hare used for
I the last twenty yoars tbo medicine you are
f putting up, known as Dr. Bradfield's Female
llegulator, and consider it the best combination
ever getten together for the diseases for
which it in recommended. I have been familiar
with the preparation both as a practi"
tioner of medicine and in domestic practice,
and can honestly say that I consider it n
boon to suffering females, and can but hope
that every lady in our land, who may be auf.
foring in any way peculiar to their sex, mnj
be nble to procure a bottle, and their sufferings
may not only be relieved, but they ma}
be restored to health and strength.
With my kindest regards,
I am very respectfully,
no.r>0 lm W. 15. FEIIKLL, M. 1>
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
d
h
d
1(8
ISee,
lo,
nd
B.
<o.
etrnl
i to
(18.
ck,
r
1.
? K. H. GRIFFIN,
3UI V ?? _
The
un- ?DEALER IN?
htb0 DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
HOOT*, SHOES,
Hardware. Et<
Ifo PICKENS C. II., S. C.
000
p.
' NEW GOOD-"* <v>mint* in 0'
day. Wo guarantee Batisfncl
Don't tail to call wbon in town,
bo convinced that you cnu
>S Goods Cheap.
S.
ging
<3
ingH,
for
lion,
'S.
hnnd
bing,
iL.
Bono
iL.
goninaon
L?'S.
1?75.
c
TION
noN,
-ill KD
i ANs
i-KKKNT
0T8.
1 Y0Fk' HUSBAND'S
iichert- Calcined Magnesia
Is free from unpleasan taste, or rou
DKK, 1,10 t0,i0? or p*l?te, In one third
. commod magnessia it relives 8iok
Sour stomach, costivness, and othe
J'S of tho stomaoh and bowola, Than
Medal and Pour First prmiura Silr
awarded it as lh? best in the mat
sale by druggists and country st<
)i? and by T, J, Husband, Jr, PhiUdc
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS.
. . i < i 1 .m_
V,A ? >1
'ft
ft Fanners' Friend.
If you have anything to sell, brii
it on!
If you want to buy anything,
will 6oll it to you 1
If you don't ece what you wai
ank fur it 1
If I have not what you want
hand, 1 will send and got it 1
yon!
Respectfully,
W. T. MOFall.
I
s
Cm
irorv
lion.
and
get
Tges Lets for Sd?
i Vim awv animvi
I will aell at Liberty Station, on t]
Line Railroad, in Pickens county, S.
THUK8DAY, 2IIJ day o( September i
a number of valuable and desirable b
lots, to contain fVom one-fourth of an
four acres each. The village will be ?
on a beautiful plateau of land, in
tho healthiest sections of the State, a
rounded by bold springs of excellent
and in the midst of one of the most j
ous farming sections in the State.
Terms?One third cash, one third
months, balance in six months, with
front date. Purchasers to have the p
of ant icipating any pari or all the pa
Titles to be executed but not deliver
the whole of the purchase money i
Purchasers to pay extra for papc
agents, Mr. Addison lloggs, Samuel
and 8. M. Holcombc, residing at or
place, .will take pleasure in showing
to any one wishing to purchase. A
. ll~4?_SII l,0 n?l,iKil,.,l A
IUU lu TV ii nuu iuvo nui mv v?u.v?ww v
Hale. CATHARINE TEMPL
Sept. 8, 1875.
Greeenvilje News copy 2t?one?
and once on 2lst. Anderson Inti
copy once and send bill to this office
W. E. HOLCOMHE. R. A
llolropnbe A t'hil
A TTOIiNJS YS A T LA
WILL PRACTICE in Circuit, I*r<
Trail Juulice CourtH of this 8
business entrusted to them will rccei
I attention.
glmess to Sept 19 ^,)r
10 doso ef "
keadftche Dr. It. J. i}lllilai
r diseases TTAVINU returned and permane
'orlds fair | |_ ted at IMckensville, respectl
er medals his Professional services to the citii
'kct. For vicinity and surrounding country
>rekeep?r, reasonable.
lphia, Ta' May 9 41
"""1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW GOODS!
^ -j *
ormrm's ran m
BOOTS, SHOES, AND I1ATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES AMD
HARNESS,
I r.wnrPRiRc;
v.i JL V V / M X V A
SUGAR, COFFE, KACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
>g At W A. LESLEY A SON'S.
I
it, FAMILY
?? GROCERIES.
for
I have oti hand and Infettd to keep co?*
slantly a grneral
AmorIm?at
i ef Cattily Groceries, which wili be eaM cheap
FOllCAtill, suck m li+cn. Flour, MoUmn
Goffer Sugw, aad im fact every article <M%
ally kept in my line.
i alao repair watches, dock a and Jewelry.
Ordered; A lot of first rate jewelry, whick
will be disposed of on tho best of terrae.
Photographs taken in the most approve!
modern si vie.
~ ~ 3. K. GLA7ENTETI,
Eas'cy .AiUtSOS.
Arfrt 23 35 If
j T? llveiU*^! Helth
The liver sumt bo ktfti m order.
S a* ford's Liver lavi^orator
I fc*s teeco*?? * frfnyta fMftily wxdioiwa. Pwr*
if vfgotabJy?<0Mtfiartic*\*A Tome?fcr?N derangements
of Liv?r, Stomach nnd L*?wel?.
Will-clcw tiioco<?ploiciott,4>ure ?ick-lie*ii?efce,
1 Sue. ?liua J*u(a/io*H.
Trjr Hnnf?r J'? Liter Invy,<ar?t?r.
Frefl! Ftm ! Erafl J
THE PIONEER.
A Imndflotne Illustrated newspaper, eoa?
tAiaing information for everybody, Tellft
Kotr ?nd where to aecure ? itni cheap.
? ??? >??< ? nr riiu wotlt.lt.
It contains the Nbw IIomkitsao f*i? Tf?niir
Laws, with o?h?r interesting mutter
found only in this paper.
b, Alt SEND FOE IT AT on?x.
0,1 It will cost you a Postal Ca?d.
ns an , nutu^cr for April just out. Address
ulld,D? O. F. l)AVt8,
aerc o Land Commissioner U. P. K. It
,,tuatcd# * Omaha, ni?.
one of ?
nd surwator,
NOTICE.
trosper\
/rtVo tliia method of informing my friends
in three I WU1 bo found in my office on each
in orcH 8ATU11UAY, for the purpose of transacting
rivitege any business that cornea under iny jurisdie*
yrnents. u/n
e?t until my nH School Commissioner wilt
8 paid. C01?pC) ,?e (G absent in different parts of
the county, i make this special appointment
Stewart for ,jlc benefit uf a|j concerned.
"car the It. a. bowbn,
the lots no'26-ly Scool Commissioner,
plat of
'tl TOE. HIT, Ml
slligencer
MONKV NAYKD.
^ if f h
Dealers nave Five,Ton and F ifteen
,1 dollars per thousand on Cigars, and
get Tobacco at low cat figures, bjr or)V
tiering from
. . . PERRY & SLAWSON,
{bU, ' A)| Indian Girl Cigar Store,
ve prompt COLUMBIA B.C.
N. B. Send for Samples.
Doc 2+ 18 tr.
n <1
tol'ly offers FITN AK? KPliKPftlT
tens of that positively cured. Tltc w>r?t cnncs, of longOliargcH
chi Hinniiing, by uHiitg Dr. Hebbard's CareA
?citt free ?o all nridreMoing J. B. |)|^
bum;, Drug^i.*!, ^14 Olb Av*?., N.

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