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tOCAL ITEMS ~
Ploasant rains yostorday.
I FroBt in town last week. Nothing
injured by it.
Tbo Grocnvillo Republican lias been
purchased by Col. Speights ol tlio
Mr. 'i;U08. \V . lluseell bus kindl)
coflaeutcd to1 furnish us witli tbo
wookly srtluB aud prico of cotton at
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Tbo communication of Rev. T. h\
Gary, and other original matter, is
unavoidably crowded out of this iss
boo. Tbo communication will appear
The Grangers Jfic-nic at George's
crock, on last Saturday, wo arc informed,
was quite a success and i
everything | as6ed oil' pleasantly.
We regret that we were not able to i
attend it. I
Favoks.?Mr. 15. J. Johnson, of (
?.Central will accept our thanks for a (
' lot of tho finest turnips wo iiavo .
seen this season. Also Col. Nimmous, j
of Kastatoo, fjr a'bootthat, wo think, ,
. can not bo beat in this vicinity. ,
Sales Day.?Monday, last, being 1
sales day, and there being several 1
tracts of laud advertised by the Slier- 1
iff and tho horse swannino- Roason l.o
i i -" ~ O v%'
ing 011 hand, there was a turgor at- 1
tendance than usual. Land sold at
inodei'ato figures, and horse swap*
]>ing Bccms to bo on tho decliuc.
Skkious Accident.?Wo iegret to
learn that Air. Enoch lJcneon met
the misfortune of having itie M
light arm so badly torn and lacerated
in tho cotton gin of Capt. Berry, ]
near Easley Station, on last Thurs- *
day, that amputation was rendered '
necessary. We arc informed tlia*. 1
phyticians from Greenville wero to *
make the- amputation on yesterday
Thanks.-?We loturn thanks tu 1
IJou. J. 1'. Moore, President-Orcein *
viiie Agricultural and Mccha lical 1
Association, for a complimentary 1
ticket tl\ t|)0 3d annual Fair ot tic '
Association, commencing on the 20 li (
itltt and to continue three days We
hope to see Picktns well ropioccuted
ftt"tbr:B fair, by licrstuidy fanners ai d
the products of her soil. j
lIuix>in8 ?fe ]3oi.t.?These gentle^
V men introduce thenioelves to the public
this week through our columns.
These gentlemen are among iho ento.i'nrlfiinor
men of the ilourUhine
town of Easley ; and we take pleas'
urc in rcccommciuling them to the
public, us honorable, first eh\6s businuBS
men, fully prepared to perform
all they prouiiso. Cali and see them
vrolfrt you go to Kasloy and be con
MVVM VI V I V( 1UI}( *
Tlie total number of voters in this
county is 2,300. lho largest vote
]K>llcd in tlio county, sinco the war
map, wo believe, in tlic lust election, 1
wliicli amounted to 1,813. From i
this it will be ceen that there were J
547 who did not vote ; -171 ?jf whom i
j were white and 13 colored. A good
l)cui( ivatic nomination for Statu of 1
gcers would bring all these white ,
men to the polls. j
i^^lNBTAM.A'noN.? \V 0 UIO gll\d to '
learn that tho guud cause of temperance
is flourishing at the thriving
little town ot Eusley Station. Kaslcy
Divieion, No. Sons ol Temper
itnce, numbers about eighty mom
bora. Itev. J. Q. Stockman, D. G.
W. P., last Friday evening installed
the following oil jeers to serve during
the ensuing term :
Thos. YV. Russell, W. P.
V/m.S. Morrison, \V. A.
O. 0. Folger, Ji. S.
\V. II. Green, A. H. ft.
L. O. Neal, F. ft.
J. R.. Glazonor, Treas.
u. d. iiarr, U.
Mies Conic Fulgor, A. 0. !
Jno. T. Montgomery, I. S.
W. T. Johnson, O. b.
Itov. O. L. Dnrant, Clinpluh).
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Extraordinary (y./iiuN.? Mr.
Thomas J. liowoiK of tiie (Jooivy's i
crcck Bcction, in this county, brought I
to our odioo, last Monday, two stiillo j
of cotton, of tho Cheatham variety, j
>vhich havo on thorn one hundred
bolls cacb. Mr. l>owon informs ub 1
thivt lio has plenty of stalks that have
f.oin ono hundred and thirty live to
ono hundred and forty bolla each,
lie paid twenty livo dollars lor ono
quart of the seed, and is well pleased
with the invsotmont. lie planted one
aero with the seed, on tho Gtli of
May, but owing to tho drought they
did not coiflo ?ip until tho 10th ol
June, and then hardly a half stand.
Tho ground was thoroughly prepared,
being bivko twelve inches deep, by
n two horse turning plow, followed
by u two horso Kiilmoiloi'. H?
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terod several wagon loads ot barn
yard inanuro on the ground, then
applied four sacks of Etawan disolved
bono. With the unfavorable opportunities
Mr. 15. has had with this acre
of cotton, lie will pick at least two
thousand pounds of seed cotton, and
jayc, with an early start and favorahie
8uasoi\s, he docs not want an cashier
task than to make three bales
t> the acre. This cotton is ahead of
my thing we have ever seen. It pro
luces from two to four bolls from the j
single bloom, and frequently lias live i
iind more locks to I In; boll. Ah*, B.
is one of the be.-:t ami most progressive
farmers in the county, and deserves
much credit for demonstrating
Ihu fact that it is not :it all necessary
for the young men of this section to
ako the advice of Mr. (Jroelv and go
West. With proper culture and atention,
this ecction can heat the
\Y est easy enough.
Kxi:l*ksion to Ciiaki.kston.? Mi'.
W. A. Lesley, II. K. Lesley, \V. T.
Me Fall, and K. ILCirittin, merchants,
a \r i^-i? 1.1? ?i
[>. aii a , I-J-IJ , III IU iMI". J\. O.
Lesley, of this place, and Capt. T.
M. Welborn, Nelson Ilolcoinbe, M*
Kurd and others, from Easloy, J. 1).
Dlayton, MoitU Miller and
jthers, from the "rural districts,"
;ook advantage of t!ie excursion to
Jhaileaton, and wont down. Our
rVuditor lost his watch and chain, and
>ne ol our merchants (ho happenod
0 bo a single man) had pieces ot
>eele<l appbs cast over in his "buz;
im" by a "nice damsel" on Iho train['.Bid
8, both the Charleston papers
iccused tlnni ot being imported to
1 o e in tho municipal election yes
Easley Cotton Market,
Uet. (j, 1875.
5 .ilea to date .... 112 bales.
LJrioc9 . . . 11 \ to 12c j>er lb.
Thob. W. KUS8LLL.
Do You Want Hoalth?
Wuv \Yii,l Vk l>ir. 7?Death, or wli.it is
worse, is ihe inevitable rcuult of continued
suspension of (lie menstrual flow. It is aeondition
which should not be trilled with. Immediate
relief is the only Kr.tlguav J
constitutional ruin. In all eases of suppression,
.suspension or other irregulrrity of the
"courses," Dr. J. DialtieM's Female Regula tor
is the only sure remedy, li acts bygiring
t.illfi In I lip iiftvv/ui u ...... I. .1
blood anil determining directly to the organs
of menstruation. I( is a legitimate proscription,
and the most intelligent Doctors use it.
Prepared l>jr J 11 Kradiicld, druggist, Atlanta,
l?a , 5? I. ft(? per l?ot I tie, and sold l>y respectable
iloon to Suffering Females.
J;a(lrange, 0u? March iii), 1870.
1? rnd field & <5o., Atlanta, (la.? Dear Sirs?
I take pleasure in stating lliat I have used for
iie last twenty years the medicine you arc
putting up, known as l>r. Hradfield's Female
ilegulaior, and consider it tbe best combina*.
ion ever gotten together for the diseases for
ivliich it is recommended. 1 have been familar
with the preparation both as a practU
ioner of medicine and in dfnnestio practice,
uul can honestly say that 1 consider it a
>oon lo aullering females, and can but hope
hut every In dy in our land, who may be sut"crinp
in nny way peculiar to llteir sex, may
jc able to procure u bottle, and their eulFerngs
may not only be relieved, but tlsey may
ie restored to health ami slrenglh.
With my kindest regards,
1 am very respectfully,
nofjO I m W. 11. FKKELI., M. 1>.
Livery and Sale Stalks,
l'ariics desiring to hire conveyance to
Pickens Court House, Table llonk and oilier
pi/mls, caii be nccoiimiuilalcil at my .Stables,
it nil hours ol" the ?luy awl night, Purchasers
can also he supplied with Good Slock
Hfoy" llogular Mail Lino to Pickens Courtliouso
daily. (Sundays excepted.)
ltlCllKY & WYATT.
Easley Station, 8. 0., Aug, !>, 1875,
wre \.\i> uriun'sT
poHilivcly cured. Tlio worst cases, of leng[-?
siuiuliuK, >>y uampDr. Hebbard's Cure,\
botlle st ill IVoe lo nil a<Mros8iug J, S. Dm. t
UM4:, DrugtjiMt, bll i>?li Ave., N. Y.
;//_ ; ,"T-T " "V.V'l'"
NJ*W u \J)VKI ITIBKMKN'IS.
P. P. TO AT T7
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?Manufacturer of? 1
-^ Dealor in?
Paints, Oils, &c,
?Solo Agent for?
Tiik National Mtxkd Paint Co.
Til K (i UK AT AmKUICAN FlRK 10 XT 1 N <jl)ISlIER
1'AUE MACHINE BELTING CO.
Sknh f?>k Prices.
Office nnd Wnrerooms,
Nor. 20 & 22 I In}'no nnd 3S nnd 35
Factory ntid Yards, Afililcy River,
West End Inroad Street,
ClIAPvl.KSTOX, S. C. 4-ly
The Farmers' Friend.
T f i*An 11 ? rsv 4 rv Hi.11 1.
XI .) VM? IHIVU JlllVlllllljr 10 6U1I, Ul'lllg
it on !
If you want to buy anything, I
will ecll it to you !
If you don't sco what you want,
ask for it 1
If I have not what you want on
hand, I will send t&ud it for
W. T. McFall.
We have received our
Full iibkI Winter (4oods, t
and are prepared to sell goods at low figures. u
Wo luivc on hand two car loads of Salt and t
two car loads of Magging and Tics, which 1
we propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)t(oii.
Wrapping I'nper at Wholesale I'ricos.
noUlf H. i:. ifOLCOAIBE & SON.
the mm m columns, from now ,
to New Years, post paid, (>0 cis l |Addre*4 1
"The Sun," N. v 7?^ *- j
. ?*? /?b ?v . A!xr- ...
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Easly Sigh School,
EA8LRV sTiTmw ? -?
? m 9 %"
The exorcises of Ibis Sohooi were opened
on Tuesday, /Sept. 14tli. Tuition per Scholastic
Primary Department . . . ?20
Intermediate Department . . HO
High School Department . 40 I
Good board can'boi secured in the village at
from $10 to $12' per month. For lurthor
particulars, address the principal.
no 3 It WM. S. MORRISON, A. 11.
KJirOItliM OF FAiilllON,
Greenville, S. (1,
The undersigned beg leave to inform their
friends and the public generally, that they
intend opening on the 1st of October, lS7o,
in one of the new iron front, buildings, second
door above the postollice, one of the largest
and most complete .Mock of RFADY MADK
ri.OTMINti and GHNTLHMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS ever brougnt to this market,
and as wo intend purchasing our entire stock
with the cash, will be enabled to oiler our
goods at very low prices.
c,.n ?i ? .. ."
,uiu act,- us nciorc purchasing olso
whdt'o, r?s it will Bo a pleasure for u* to show
Mo MAT! AN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
Grmmtrs ruasiSHiHo goods. ;
IK)()TS. SITOK.S a ? iia'IV
SADDLES, IJRIDLES am.
II A R N E S S ,
jl v ^ y v ^ 1-# IV1 VL, ?
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
OTfiATIS TiMUHPn I.'.- i'i
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At W A. 1,KSLKY & SON'S.
Everybody who^ead die Skntimci.
to know tliat
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on bond at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
iell as cheap as the cheapest, consistng
in part of
I1ACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFFKK,
FLOUR and M.O LASS ICS,
LISAT1LKR and SALT,
C1115USE and CRACK KliS,
JANDY, F1S1I, TORACC'O, ifco.,&c.
Woolen and (5otton Goods, f^atcst
$tlyles of Ladies', Men's and Chil
Iron's Hats, lioots and Shoes, licst
standard Prints at 10c. per yar i
Heady Made (Jlutliin^ at $5.00, and
ipwards, per 6uit.
Thanking their enstomors fur past
>atronage, t.licy solicit a coniinuoiico
>1 tlm satno, and cordially invite
f\IJj who come tu Jlasiey Station to
nun lliont ? />?i 11
NOT M I;.
I lake this method of informing my friends
hat I will bo found in my office on each
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
my buttiucas lhat gomes under my jurisdioion.
Ah my duties fts School Commissioner will
ompul uic to bo abacut in dill'oroiit parts of
he county, i make tliia special appointment
or the benefit of all concerned.
It. A. BOWKN,
no'io-ly Scool Commissiono v
AlhSOLU'i i. IUVOItCKS OBTAINED
. from Courts of different Slates for deicrtion,
&c. tiq publicity required. No
barge until divorce granted, Address,
M. llt)U8K, Attorney, '
40 Gin 1 Broadway, N. Y.
N B\V ADV KKTISEMKNTK
E. H. GRIFFIN,
?DKALKR IN ?
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
PICKENS C. II., s. c.
NEW GOODS coming in every
lay. Wo guarantee satisfaction.
Don't lail to call when in town, and
i>e convinced that you win get
jloods Chen p.
KIT R Q n 1? 1 II V
v?' m * r j v j ji ? i i ; j j
Butler & McBee
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EUUITY.
WILL VRACTK'Ff IN TUB COfllt+S ov
TUB STATB AND OF TUB UN I'l l:I
Bcpt 28 10 > if
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js ia w a 1) v 1211 r i s iam en ts.
VALUABLE M M.
BBwaawM m? ifllBHI
I will sell to the highest bidder, at Ficken*
C II, on saleday iti October next, the real
estate of Jane L. Arnold, deceased, to-wit :
One tract of land lying on Oeorge'a Creek,
a few mile* northeast ef Easloy Station, containing
three hundred acres, fifty of which
is first-c\a?s bottom land; ouehuu'red original
and tine forest, tho balance elearod fcnd
in a good state of cultivation. On the
premises is a large n??l comfortable dwellhig,
with all necessary out-NuiLiiMo-u
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Terms?One-third cash, balance in one ami
two years, with interest at teu per cent, pe r
annum, with approved securities aud roori
gage of the premises if deemed ucw;SM'y.
A. S. P.MUGS.
Aget< ?jr LegateesAug.
Abbeville lYe?a and Ilanuor aim
Greenville Weekly News copy 2t and *en.l
bill to A. S. 13rigg?, Greenville Court House,
S, C. u?[>2 7t
Town Lots for Sale.
1 v iil -7ell fd Liberty friatioii, on the Air
I.iii Kailroad, in I'ickens county, 8. or
Till'15SDAY, the 71 It day <' October,
a number ?t valuable and desirable building
lots, to contain from one-fourth of an acre tw
four acres each. The village will be situated
on a beautiful plateau -el laiul, in one of
the healthiest sections >>f the Slate, and sur
rounded by bold springs of excellent water,
and in the niid?t of-one o-f the most prosperous
farming sections in the Slate.
Terms?One third cash, one third in three
months halanee in -ix month", with interest
from date. 1'urchascrs to have the privilege
of anticipating any part or all the payments.
Title" to he o'xoenteil hut not delivered until
the whole of the purchase money 13 paid.
Purchasers to pay extra for papers. My
agents, Mr. Addison I'ogga, Samuel Stewart,
and S. M. Ilnleombc, residing at or near lhe
place, will take pleasure in showing the lots
to any one wishing to purchase. A plat of
the town auil lots will he exhibited 011 dav of
snlo. <\\THARJN!-: TRMI'tJ'TON.
1*75. 2 3t
Tlic tai'iMil Soulhoru
H? MS HOUSE,
MOTT, EEilESlCi & CO.,
275 King Street. Charleston. S- C,
T1i o OliwipoM
/>7.* v 7).v
jxo tj qn+%
2l\ ttswg.x, ,
Tliis Hide of* Xow Y oi'k.
For prices, sop LocalCall
mid oCC lliem
Thomas W. Russell,
FALL AInD WINTRT* GOODS
5'ea^y Made Clothing, ranging
from S."> to 8 To a suit,
Good "Subtly ?>! V am^R. ShirtingR,
Full Prints, etc. !?l 25 u hunch lor
Yarn, and other thing* in proportion,
Good Lot ol (irocurioK ou h?nd
and to arrive. If you want anything,
or want to see anything.
Civil on KILSSELTi.
It yon want )?tiwnn J>is.soh'ed liono
On JI on RCSSKLL.
If you want to liird polite and gentlemanly
clerics, call on Mr. Kohinsou
At KUSSELI/S. .
l-asli y Station, S. C., Sept. G,
Tlir II ili'l :i( (hi lVipulav Summer llcsort
ia now ojivii lor t lie reception of visitors. Tlie
la'dv will ' i supplied willi the Iwt the counIry
ull'ords. The rooms are well furnished
and scrupulously clean. No pains will ho
spared to render the ntny of visitors pleasant
Kates or Hoard,
Per \?.ty S 2.00
Per Muck . . 12.00
Per Month 4.000
V S JONRS,
i > W l. I v. V . .
I'y order >( I. II. Phil|>ot, .liuljro of
Pri>li;>(i' for Pickens county, I will
soil to the liitfhent bidder ill Pjckcns Court.
Mouse, uii ouiuruay, me <l?y of (Jclober
next, ilio uoIvb inul accounts belonging-, to (lie
eitulee of Allen ami Matthew Ivailh, dccoatteil,
lliat have been appraised doubtful aud worthless.
S. 1). KEITH,
Adniiliutratos l>c llonus Nun.
Sept. 27, 1^75. no5 <U
Is free from tut|ilcnsitn taste, or roughness to
tin- touco or jrilulc, In one third (he do*o ef
cotnnioil ii relieves iSioK hcf^diiohe
tiuin IVHI'H.II, VT'ITIIV^. IIIIU UUIUI
df I ho MtuJNHrli anil ItowclH, (ho worlds fair
Mrdhi mnl Four Fir.-l (iriuiuiu JtJilvor jnpdals
uwiiI'UmI ii im (lie he.*! in tho innrkcl. For
sale hy ?1 >iij?tri?ty and oomilvy storekeeper,
and l?y T, <1, Iftishand, .11, I'liiladelplifft, I'a