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We bear of fiovoral eoaos of pnou~
monia ia the County.
Oar town has bcon unusually
quiot for tho last week.
The dogs played havoc with llio
sbeep on W. G. Fiold's plantation tho
Other night. Now play Imvoc with
Our merchants aro not now qui'o
to anxious to "but" against each other
in buying cotton. Hot urns ot sales
by their factors, in Charleston, has
not been quite so favorable as tliey
.hoped?a littlo too much losa.
The apple trco man is in town
delivering scions to his customers.
Wouldn't our native fruit bo just as
good if it had proper attention.
A Pumpkintown Township farm
nr /?nf nnnn tin *\1/1 liarnnf'a S.m^
vi vti? v|/v?i Mii viv? ?ivi uvv o 11 v;o v J iioi
t> examine tho insido arrangements.
Ho says ho thinks ho will bo able to
* Bee Table Iiock in about two weoks.
Tho annual report of tho County
Commissioners will bo published
next week. It should have appeared
i*So ..,*nu i.~ i?
ILAIO ?KUVJ Uilt 10 1IUO UUl UUVJIl j-IUOOf
ble for us to get it in.
Tlioro were fifceon or twenty lank
Bided, mangy curs and hounds on ex
hibition in front ot our ollico at the
same tirna tlio other day. We
thought it a miiiele that a single
sheep was alive in the country, and,
at the same tiino wondered if the
owners of theso woi th'oss bnUcs did
not buy ail tho bacon they used every
Lecture.?Prof. Jas. II. Carlisle,
ofWolVord Cjllogo, will deliver a
tempcranco lecture in the Masonic
Ilall at Eiialev Station, on Saturday,
tho 20th instant, at 2 o'clock, p. in.
Prof. C. is an eminent scholar, a 1 i11.>
lecturer, and a treat is in store I'm
thoaowho hoar liiin. Tho pi.blic mv
invited to attond.
Singing Convention.?The Sinking
Convention which convened at this
place on Friday lust, continued
in sesaion until Sunday evening. TinConvention
was harmonious, the ainping
good, and the occasion a j
ant and, as wo trust, a profitable one
fPliA nnvt n*o/if ir?n? ia t.\ 1-a ???
\ Griffin* Church, five miles K ist < f
this place. Wo publish a synopsis j
ot tho proceedings in this issue.
Ni-:w Firm.? Wo call attention to
the advertisement of Messrs. Brown
& Hendricks, which appears in this
issue. These gentlemen are opening
and will soon havo in sforo. i\ first
claes Btock of goods, which they pros
\ ])0B0 to bcII at bottom prices. Tho\
aro honorablo and worthy young
men, and wo bespeak for thorn a liberal
share ot patronago. I>o sure t??
call on them when you come to town
and examine their goods. Thoy wili
bo found in tho storo room under
the Masonic Hall.
. Tiib Verdict.?A jury in supposed
torcprosont fairly the general inlclligonco
of tho community from which
it it taken tho guilt or innocence of a
party, tho valiio or worlhloasncsK ot
an artiolo is established l?v if? voivliof
A vordict has roconlly boon rondorod
by ft jury composod ot tho boat mon
takon from ovory country on tho gloho
tho ovidonco wns cloar-und impartial,
nnd thousands of witnesses gave their
* testimony. Tho trial was a long one
occupying ton years and tho jury havo
at last brought in a vordict, which
wns: "That J)n. Tutt's Pjlm posses
grcator powor ovor disoaso than any
>nv)iiviiiu IIIVUIILOU H1I1CO 11)0 lOUIHlation
ot tho world." It in pronounced
by nil ft righteous vordiet.
To Druggists, Hardwaro and General
x ' MerchantsI
carry in ntook from 1,000 lo J},000
boxos of window glass, (tho largont
Htonk in tho Booth,)ombracing all sizos,
irora 4 x 0 to 40 x GO in singlo or
doublo thick and polishod pinto.?
Standard brands of Fronch and Amos
rican mado. Stainod, Cut, CJround,
Enamolod, and Church Glass. 1'utty
by tho bladdor or ton. . Glafciors'
X'oints, Knivos, Diarpondn, &c.
Abovo aro importod direct from tho
Motorios find I guarantee bottom
prlcots. Soncl for latent quotations.
^ J*. P. Toai.k, Charleston, S. C.
iiiiiniwiair?? ini mi i i i urn?liwwi?n
Why will You Pine Away1?
without a I'a it a oil v,?Tlio demands for
Dr. J. IJrr.dlields FeuialoRegulator is beyond
precedent in tlio annuls of popular remedies.
Orders como in so thick and fast that tho
Proprietor has, hcretoforo been unablo to fill
thoin all. Ho is happy so state that arrangeIllOlltU
nvn linnl 1-? I I
..v,,, uv/iu^tuiu uy Yimull no is pro-*
pared to nmnufooturo Femalo Regular on a
scale equal to the emergency, and tlio public
may feel assured that their wants may now bo
supplied. Physicians of high repute are using
this great remedy, in daily praotioo, all over
Georgia, lloroafter no woman need suffer
from suppressed, suspended or irregular menstruation.
This valuable uiodiciuo is prepared
ily ii. ?, urnuuciu, uruggist, Atlama, Ka.,
and Bold at ?1.50 per bottlo by rospcctablo
druggest throughout America.
Hearty, Blooming Widow.
Marietta, Ga., March 0, 1870.
Messrs. liradfield iV Co.?Gentlemen:?You
will please t<bip us another supply of your
invaluable Fkmai.k Rkoulator, and forward
bill by mail We are happy to state that thin
remedy gives bettor satisfaction than any article
we sell. We have been scllimr it since
1808, and witnessed many remarkable cures
by it. Among others, there was a lady friend
of ours who was sallow ami sickly until she
was twenty-six years old, when she was married.
Ilor husband lived two years and died.
She continued in bad health ; in fuel, she lias
novor been what a woman ought to .be. A
few months after lite death of her husband,
she saw your advertisement, and came to our
&t >ro and bought a bottle of your Regulator
from us, and look it according to directions.
It l.nu ,..,,.0,1 i.?? 1 1 -? >
, .. v...vo '<v> ovuuii mm noil) Urollgllt licr
regular monthly periods on, and (o day she
I is a hearty, blooming widow?witli the use of
but two bodies of your Regulator, costing
licr only tbrco dollars, when she had tried
; several physicians and sj ent a great deal of
money without any benefit. Wishing you
great succes with your valuable remedies.
o arc, respectfully yours, &c.,
W. 15oot & KONS.
Oct 21 S 4
STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN PRO BAT 10 COURT.
I5y order of T. II. Philpot, Judge of ProItale,
1 v.'ill sell ut l'ickcns Court House, on
snleday in Deceintier next, the Ileal Ivstulc of
Tcnipcrancc Madden, deceased, lo-wil :
Tract No. B,
Adjoining lands of 15. J. Johnston, II. \Y. Mcrill
ai'd Tract No. 2, containing Ninclyscvcn
acres, more or leas.
Adjoining lands <>f II. J. Johnston, It. Owens,
mill Tracts -No. 1 ami ti, containing Ninety
acres, in ore or loss. Also, llio buildings
Adjoining tan t of It. OwoTis, Win. ilrock an>l
Tract A'<>, "J, containing Ninety-six ncrcH,
more or lcsa.
Adioinin;; lands of Mi. . .1. Ilrock, .J. H. ('layton
and Tract No. f>, containing 10:1 uercP,
I more or k\u>.
I 'S'rjsnf. tvt?. r>.
Adjoining 1:?n.l-? of Samuel l'ar.iona, K, \V.
Merit! sut 1 '1 r id No. I, I uiul containing
1 'IS an t-; more or loss.
Adjoining i.iiiilo of J. 1". Claylon, (lie laud*
wliorcou II. W# Folgor now lives niul Trnol
No. r>, containing Kifrhty-eight acres, more
or less. I'lais oi ilic abovo tracts will be exhibited
on day of salt-.
The above bands nrc sold for partition.
Tonus?<>n a credit of twelve inontlis, with
interest from "late, except so much as may
be necessary to pay costs of tlie.se proceedings
1'urchaser to ;;ive bond and mortgage
ot premises lo seeuro purchase money. Also,
nav CXtia for titles anil mwlmimi
.). lilLKY I'KKUU.SON,
Sheriff l'ickens County.
I'icUens Court House, Nov. 11, 1875. | 11 It
STATU OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County ok Piokkns.
Ciuishy 1'ccso vs. Thin Ladil.
1>V virluo of ilie e\cciition in tlio altovc
) stated case, 1 wil' soli, before the Court
House in l'ickcns County, on the KIKST
MOND.W in I'eccinbcr next, the following
One Tract of Land, situate in l'ickcns
County, containing acres mora or less.
adjoining IhimIh of ami oilier.;; levied
on us tlio profy-rty of Thiii l.add, nl the suit
of Cftiishy 11 o esc.
TKUMS (JASM'?Purcliftsora to pay extra
J. RILKV KKItGl'SON,
Sheriff l'ickcns County.
Sheriff's office, )
l'ickcns Court IIouco, Nov. II, 1 SVG. j II?ft
FIXA fli M TTILI'J )l KiW,
X i'OTH'H in l.orcby given, (lint application
lifis been limOo to I. IT. Pliilpol, .Imlgo of
Probate, for leiivo to make a Final Settlement
of tlio Instate of C ilvin O'Dell, ?leceasp?l, on
&ntur<luy, ilio 111 Inlay of December, 1875.
MAllV A. O'DHLL,
I |i|.' II II V Klflllt'll
Nov 11, 1875 11 <1
NOTICE TO DEBTORS,
rpiIOSK indebted In I lie IMalo of Calvin
.LO'DoU, deceased. must como forward and
inako settlement, on Or boforo (lie 11 111 day of
Dcccmber next, or llioir note;i and ncoouiits
will be I'lficcd in llio liiuuls of nil odicor for
MAIIV A. O'DHLL,
J. I'KUUV LOOPKU,
I Nov II, 187". 11 1
\V. U. IIOLOOMHK. It. A. CHILD
ISoEcoiuIm! tV <itil?l9
A TTO It t\ E Y,S' A T LA W.
TTTir r ni> \ nwtnv ;>. pMaUu
YV Trail .Tustioo Courts of tliin State. All
business entrusted to tbOm will rcccivc prompt
I NEW AnVrcTM'TNN\1 vM'i'd I
, ^rn JLW Mm AK/AJ UA JL"J 1.1
Proscription Free ?j
for tlio speedy euro of special troubles common
to to tlio yonngand middled aged. Nervous,
mental and physical depression, loss of
i memory and energy, pains in tlio back, self
distrust, dizziness of sight, confusion of ideas,
and other disorders of Iho nervous system
consequent on various habits that lower tlio
vitality of tlio system.. Any druffsist has thn
increments. Address Dr. E. II. IIILTON,
m l Q a day at homo. Agents wanted. Outtj)
L/0 fit and terms froo. Truo & Co., Au>
ages in (ho world. It contains IT) sheets of
paper, 15 Envolopes. Golden Pen, Pen Holder,
l'encil, Pat ent Ya rdMeasure, and a picco
of Jewelry. Single package, with elegant
prize, post, naiil. ??? ? r,!?1
4 ; viruuinr II'CO.
I BR1DB & CO.i 709 Broadway, Now York
| ^Kpsi'l'.ll \Vi:i:iv guiii-anteed to Agents,
j \ I I Male ami Female, in tlieir locality.?
I Ujj I Terms and OUTFIT I'll KM. Address
T1 ' L\ O. VIUKEKY & CO., Augusta, Me.
CAN S A 04 E $MOO
III DO ?Il? VV ! ? A 1
>t .? ?. m
My System is Safe, Honorable & Simple
Pamphlet Sent Freo (o All.
H*. II. WEEKS, Banker, 173 Broadway, New
York. Stocks bought and sold at tho New
York Stock Exchange.
$5 to 8'20 il?? ? " *
t j, omiii'ii's worm
I?1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
MIND Heading, lVychomancy, Fasoina.
tion, Houl Charming, Mesmerism, nnd
Marriage Guide, showing how citiicr sex may
fascinate and gain tho love and nll'cction of
any person they choo.se instantly. 400 pages.
By mail r?0 ceuts, Hunt & Co., 130 S. 7th St.,
A Journal of Information for
Advertisers Edition 9,600
I copies. ?'uoiisiie(l weekly.?
[Terms, $2 per annum, in ad|
FIVE SPECIMEN COl'IES (DIFFERENT
DATES) TO ONE ADDRESS 10 I 25 OTS.
Oflico No. I! l'ark How Now York.
Meo. Is. lilOWft&fj 4?.,
El)ITOIIS AND 1'UBMSIIKIW.
Nov 1 10 '1
IBS7S. - - - -
- - l?7Q?.
FALL AND VOTER E1Q33S!
\TOUll ATTENTION H MOST KF.SPHCT1.
fully called (a ilio largest ami iloculcdly
llir. I'll I' 1?l?C"n r..
? v..n i r..ii moci; of Goods tlial h:ia I
I'vcr liccn cxliiUilcl in West Greenville ; consisting
of DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our jtriccs uro so low ilint 110 iioti.se ihis
i side ul New York can timlcr-scll lis.
Wo sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on haiul a large lot of
DOORS, SASH and BLINDS, at prices that
We also keep on linr.d a large lot of those
cclcbrntcrt OUANGi: PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invito your attention.
Wo hftvo al.so connected to our Store, ft
:i I,urge WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free ami Oi'KN.to Ai.r,.
Grccnvillo S. 0., Ootobor 1, 1875. woOtf
Kurlc, Wells ?& Taylor,
A it *
zxiaurueys ana uounscJlors at Law
llnving established an ollico at Pickens C.
If., .9 will attend promptly to all business
K;ft with (i. W. Taylor who may l>o always
found at Ihoii' ollico at I'ickcns C. If., S. ('.
One of tho senior partncrs will always bo
present at the Coyvls to assist with the business.
VV. H. EA llf-K, \
G. (J. WEI.LS, / 0. W. TAYLOR,
(Ircenvillo, S. ('. I'ickcns, 8. C.
P. P. TO ALE,
BUI LDE US' 11AltD W A RE,
Paints, Oils, &c
?Sole A gout for?
Tiik Nation at, Mixkd Paint Co. I
The (jurat American Pirb Exti.v4UI8IIKR
PAGE MACHINE PELTING CO.
SlCNl) FOR PltTOKS.
OfHco and, Warorooms,
Nob. 20 & 22 lluyno and 88 and 35
Factory and Yards, Aaliloy Kivor,
Webt ICrtd I > road Slroct,
OHABLBSTON, 8; C. 4-ly
m. raw* m 8 pacrcs. M lu-rtn.i i
iiim 11MMHMI WWili columns, from now
to New Voftrn, I'osljJ puKI, GO ota. AiKlrcud i
'i'lio s3u?," N. Y.
"1\ fl 1?< A T T ? \
WHEN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, whore you will find a
FllESll STOCK of
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS,
Crockcry and Tinware.
A LOT OP GOOD
Tobaccou and 5 e g an.
In short, n 1 i 111 r * nf* r>i/r>rvt)iiii<v
? - ? J
Call in, and if you dont see what yon
| Ask For It.
Oct 11, 1S75
Thorns W. Russell,
FALL AND WIN TEH (JOODS
Ready Mado Clothing, ranging
from 85 to 845 a suit,
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings,
Full Prints, oto. 81 25 a bunch for
Yarn, and other things in proportion,
Good FiOt ot (Irocorios on lmnd
and to arrive. If you waul anything,
or want to hco anything,
Call on ItUSSELTj.
It you want I3tiwan Dissolved J>ono
for W heart,
(!;i!l nn RTTRHRT.T.
If you want, to find polilo and #cnLlcinanly
clorku, call on Mr, Kobinson
Hasloy Station, S. C., Sept. C, 1875.
Wc have received our
Fall and Winder <4noils?
ami are prepared lo sell goods at low figures.
We have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of llagging and Ties, which
we propose lo sell at Qreonvillo nriees.
Highest cash price paid for C)lton.
Wrapping Paper nt Wholesale Tricoa.
noStf K. E. IipLGOMRB & SON.
fi > a vi hktt lie emt.
Application win bo mado ?o i. h.
. I'liilpot, Judge of Probate, for Piokens
County, on Saturday, tho 20th day of
November next, for loavo to make a Final
of tlift Hutolnnf AKrntinm llnr>/l!nn
(IcccaHctl, mill bo discharged as Administrator
of Haiti Bstato.
J. T. ANT1FONV, Adm'r.
Oot21, 1875 8 . 4
<feK TO r?r dny ! Agents wanlerl.
ipti ty/vV' All classes of working peo?
plo, of either sex, young or old, ninko nioro
money at work for us In their sparo mowonts,
or all tlio time, than at anything else*
Particulars free. AdUiosuli. STINSON ."it CO* i
in Hi vv AD V IS It T IS ? M E NTS.
Easley High School,
EASIiEY STATION, N. C.
Tho cxeroisoS of (his School wcro oponod
on Tuesday, Sept, 14th. Tuition por Scholfistill
Primary Department . . . $20
Intermediate Department . . 80
High School Department . . 40
Good board can bo sccured in tho Villago rtt
from $10 to $12 per inontli. For lurther
particulars, address tho principal.
no 3 It WM. S. MOHltlSON, A. B.
| K3IPOIIIU9I OF FASHION,
(arcciiville, S O,
Tlic undersigned beg leave to inform their )
friends and the public generally, that they
irtend opening on tho 1st of October, 1873,
in ono of the new iron front, buildings, second
door abovo the postofliuo, one of tho largest
and most complete slock of HRADV MADK
<7i.OTHiv<: nicwur - -
.. ....v. v.i..n i ui>.?on D r UttIN IfSltING
GOODS over brougnt to this market,
nn<l ns wo intend purchasing our entire stock
with the cash, will bo enabled to olfer our
goods at very low prices.
Call and see us before purchasing else
where, as it will be a pleasure for us to show
McMAIIAN, MORGAN Si DAVIS.
f? J ' . ? V>> U, ^ v~ sSr
mmim mmsrn goods,
HOOTS, SHOES, and I1ATS,
; SADDLES, BRIDLES and
:II A II N E S S ,
SUGAR, COFFEjjDAOON LA11D
BYIIUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At \Y- A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Everybody who read ilic Skntinhl
fo know that
Hendricks & Williams*
IIuvc, and will keep on hand at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
soil as cheap as tho cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFKEte,
i' jjuuk ani) mujjassjos,
LEATHER and SALT,
Cll UKSE and CRACKKiJS,
CA N D V, F Lo 11, TO P.ACCO, etc., &e.
Wonion and Cotton Goods, Lutost
Stifles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
IIats, Boots and Slioca. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yanj
Itcady Made Clothing at #5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continnanco
of the same, and cordially invito
ALL who cotno to liasloy Station to
give thorn a call.
I tnkc <his method of informing my friends
(hut 1 will bO found in my oilicc on each
SATURDAY, for (tic pnrposo of transacting
any business tluit comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel mo to ho absent in different parts of
the county, 1 make this special appointment
for I he benefit of all concerned.
K. A. HO WEN,
no25-ly Scool Commissioner
Absolute divoucf.8 obtained
. from Courtn of different St ilea for desertion,
&o. No publicity required. No
cltargc until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
10 Cm I'M Broadway, N. Y.
* 1 1 I
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Specimen copies of anv issue sent free.
WALSH &-WIUOHT, Proprietors,
Can at. St., puom Sixth to Sevhmtii,
RICI1M OJ\'D, : : VIRGINIA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Griet Mills, Boilers, Cutting* of
llrass and Iron, Forginge, &c.
A It CIllTECTU RAIjE I It OX WORK,
In all ith branches, done by experiences) baud*
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Bepair work solicited an 1 promptly done.
WM. E. TANNICR & CO.
Oct 11, 7 t ly
f now lost, now rixtqrmd i
Just published, a now edition of Dr. Cul?
vkuwi'.ki/h CKi.kiiua-rRn Eshay on the radical
euro (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or
Seminal Weakness, involuntary Seminak
Losses, Impotency, Montiil and Physical Incapacity,
Impedimenta to Marriage, &.c; also*
Consumption, Epilepsy and Pits, induced by
sun iiiuuigciico or sexual cxtravagatico, Actikif
1'iicc iu a scaled cuvclo^c, ouly si*
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
consequence!! of self-abuse may Vie radically
cured without the dangerous n*c of internal
mcdicino or tho application of the knifo;
pointing out a mode of cure at cuqc aiuiple*
certain, and effectual, by means af which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition,
may be, may euro himself cheaply v privately^
This Lectura Khould l>o in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in plain envelope, to any
<>uuit?st j)usi paw, on receipt of six oeutu o?
; two post stamps,
Address tho Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, J>CW York; l'ost Ollico Box, 4580
Oct 11 7 ly
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WE want boiuo gi^e in cvory oounty to
take orders and deliver gooJn tba
old and original 0. 0. D. Houso. o?eh
wages. Splendid chance in every neighbor
iigou ior uierigiu person of oilhepsojt, younpr
or okl. Samples, free and p<M psutl. Send
for il ul onco and niako money at your homos.
Address, II. J. llAl.lt k CO. .ON. Ilowar^
Street, Bill si more, J/d
Oct '21, 1875 8 3m
s U I? S.c 1U 15 E
ran mm. N
i r ' 4
Butler & McBee,
attorneys and conwrt'.t.t.m?
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
Wl !.Ii I'll A (TICK IN TIIK COURTS OB
Till: STATU AND OF TIIK IHITEl
dojil $8 10 - tf