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Mr. 0. P. Field, we learn lost an
infant child on Sunday morning last.
Dt.--Mrs. Aloy Baker, a moat'
estimable lady, died, of pneumonia
at her home, three miles West of
this place on the evening of the 17th
We are autborined to state that
Mr.,Samuel 0. Robinson, J. W. S., of
the Order of Good Templars, of At.
lants, Ga, will visit Pickens and de
liver a temperance lecture on Satur
day, the 4th day of December, in the
Court House, at 2 o,clock, P. M.
Ws,call attention to the advertise
ment of our young friends, H. A.
Richey & A. J. Wyatt, at Easley
Station, who, in addition to their
Livery business, have opened a fancv
and heavy Grocery establishment.
Purchasers, call and see whether
these gentlemen mean what they say.
They will treat you courteously and
sell you goods low down for cash.
We call attention to the advertise.
neilt of S. Baswell, to be found in to
days issue. Mr. Baswell, it will be
seen, is offering a fine and choice lot
of Merchandise cheap for csh or bar.
ter. Purchasers will, perhaps, be
greatly benefitted by calling on Mr..
Baswell, making his acquaintance
and examining his stock before p r
chasing elsewhere. He, doubtless,
CHEsTNUT.-The entire failure of
the chestnut crop along the Blue
Ridge Mountains, will, doubtless, be
a great source of melancholy to many
an urchin throughfout the whole State
and also a source of regret to many
a denizen of these mountains, whose
annual revenue therefrom is entirely
cut off. No "fires in 'the mountaius"
will be seen this wiuter. Cannot the
quaint ity whih one of our merchants
held over, and which arc now well
dried, instead of boing fed to swine,
be turned to p)ractical account by
WEATuER.-Thec clerk of thes wea
(her, for the past five or six dlays, is
extremely fickle. Variety is said to
be the spice of life, but the variety
in the weather rece*ntly is not at all
"dpicy;" on the c 'ntrary, it is very
dIisagreeable, both, to man and beast.
One day is cloudy and rainy; the
naext, clear and sheeny. We never
have seen a better' time to contract
colds and sickness generally, than the
sudden and extreme changes of the
past two weeks.
village" can be, in some degree, re,
alized here, since the close of the
Pickens H igh School. The scattering
of the students to their several homes,
each to receive, it may be, the comn
snendations of his or her own little cir
ole of friends and acquaintances fpr
their further progress in knowledge
during the Term just closed, has
given to onr' town such deserted ap
pearance and, indeed, such a want
of accustomed liveliness, that it sug
gests to us very forceably "Sweet
Auburn, lovely village of the plain,'
over whose fate Goldsmith poured
out such touching tendern'ess and
nuelancholy. It suggests, too, more
than ever before, the great impor
tance, nay, necessit.y of suataining
DR. Turr's EXP"EoIRAT.-This
unrivaled preparation has perf'ormed
some of the most astonishing cures
that are recorded ina the annals of his
tory. Patients suffering for years
from the various diseases of the
Lungs, after trying different remedies,
spending thousands of dollars in
traveling and doctoring, have by the
use of a few bottles entirely recoyer.
ed their health.
A sojourner at Aiken, 8. C., wri
* NEW YORK, August 30, 1872.
Dear Sir.--When in Aikon last
winter, I used your E'lxpectorant for
my cough, and r'ealized more b)enefit
from it than anything I ever took. I
am so well that I will not go to Fior
ida next winter as I intended. Send
n.e one dozen bottles by express for
1 9a ~ rp;,;,,1,, ~ Qb....~...~
To Druggists, Nardware and General
I carry In stbok from 1,000 to 8,000
boxes.of window glass, (the largest
stock in the Soutb,)embracing all asie.,
from 4 x 6 to 40 x 60 in single or
double thick and polished plate.
Standard brands of French and Ame%
rican made. Stained, Cut, Ground,
Enameled, and Church Glass. . Putty
by the bladder or ton. Glaziers'
Points, Knives. Diamonds, &o.
Above are imported direct from the
factories and I guarantee bottom
prices. Send for latest quotations.
P. P. ToAr.x, Charleston, S. C.
Why will You Pine Away?
WITuouT A PARAIL-The demands for
Dr. J. Bradfields Female Regulator is beyond
preeedent in the annals of popular remedies.
Orders come in so thick and fast that the
Proprietor has, heretofore been unable to fill
them all. He is happy so state that arrange.
ments &re nw 'omplete by which he is pre
pared to manufacture Female Regular on a
scale equal to the emergency, and the public
may feel assured that their wants may now be
supplied. Physicians of high repute are using
this great remedy, in daily practice, all over
Georgia. Hereafter no woman need suffer
from suppressed, suspended or irregular men
struation. This valuable medicine is prepared
by L H. Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ra.,
and sold at $1.60 per bottle by respectable
druggest throughout America.
Hearty, Blooming Widow.
MARIETTA, Ga., March 9, 1870.
Xesare. Bradfield J C.-Gentlemen :-You
will please ship us another supply of your
invaluable FRMALM REGULATOR, and forward
bill by mail We are happy to state that this
remedy gives better satisfaction than any ar
ticle we sell. We have been selling it since
1868, and witnessed many remarkable cures
by it. Among others, there was a lady friend
of ours who was sallow and sickly until she
was twenty-six years old, when she was mar.
ried. Her husband lived twoyears and died.
She continued in bad health ; in fact, she has
never been what a woman ought to be. A
few months after the death of her husband,
she saw your advertisement, and came to our
store and bought. a bottle of your Regulator
from us, and took it. according to directions.
lIt has cured her sound and well, brought her
regular monthly periods on, and to day she
is a hearty, blooming widow--with the use of
but two bottles of your Regulator, costing
her only three dollars, when she had tried
several physicians and spent a great deal of
money without any benefit. Wishing you
great succes with your valuable remedies.
We are, respectfully yours, &c..,
W. BooT & SONS.
Oct 21 8 4
STATE OF? SOUTII CAROLINA.
IN PROBATE COURT.
By order of I. HI. Philpot, Judge of Pro.
L,ate, I will sell at Pickens Court House, on
saleday in December next, the Rteal Estate of
l'emperance Madden, deceased, to-wit a
Tract No. 1,
A djoining lands of B1. J. Johnston, E. W, Mer
it t ned Tract No. 2, containing Ninety-seven
acres, more or less.
Tract No. 2,
Adjoining lands of B. J. Johnston, R. Owens,
and Tracts No. 1 and 8, containing Ninety
acres, more or less. Also, the buildings
Tract No. 3,
Adjoinirig lands of R. Owens, Wmn. Brock and
Tract No. 2, contaiaing Ninety-six acres,
more or less.
Tract No. 4,
Adjoining lands of Miss J. Brook, J. B. Clay
ton and Tract No. 5, containing 108 acres,
more or less.
Tract No. 45,
Adjoining lands of Samuel Parsons, E. W.
Mer itt and Tract No. 4, 1 and a, containing
138 acres more or less.
Tract No. 0,
Adjoining lands of J. B. Clayton, the lands
whereon RL. W. Folger now lives and Tract
No. 5, containing Eighty-eight acres, more
or loss. Plats of the above tracts will be ex
hibited on day of sale.
Thme above Lands are sold for partition.
Terms--On a credit of twelve months, with
interest from date, except so much as may
be necessary to pay costs of these prpceed,.
ings Purchaser to give bond and mortgage
of premises to secure purchase money. Also,
pay extr a for titles and mortgage.
J. RILEY FERGUSON,
Sheriff Piokens County.
Pickens Court House, Nov. 11, 1876. 11 4t
A PPLTCATION will be made to I. HI. Phil.
1.pot, Esq., Judge of Probate, for Pickens
County, on Saturday, the 25th day of Decem
ber next, for leave to make a Final Settle
ment of tho Estates of Angeline Jenkins and
Elnor Hudson, and to be discharged there.
from as Guardian.
ANTHJONEY STEWART, Guardian.
Nov_25, 1870 18 4
FINAL 5ETTLE tENT,
NftOTICE is hereby given, that application
has been made to 1. H1. Philpot, .Judge of
Probate, for leave to make a Final Settlement
of the Estate of Calvin O'Dell, deceased, on
Saturday, the 11th day of December, 1875,
MARY A. O'DELL,
J. PERRLY LOOPER,
Nov 11, 1875 11 4
W. E. HIOLCOMBIE. R. A. CHI ILD
Ilolcomnbe & Child,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W.
~I L L PR ACTICE in Circuit, Probate, and
VTrail Justice Courts of this State. All
business entrusted to them will receive prompt
for the speedy fure of special troubles coi
mon to to the young and middled aged. Nerv
ous, mental and physlfl depression, ioss of
memory and evergy, pains I& th# back, self
distrust. dissimess of alght, cotftson of ideas,
and other disorders of t1ke nervous system
consequent on vatous habits that lower the
vitality of the system. Any druggist has the
ingredients. Address Dr. E. H. HILTON,
$12 a day at ho. Agents wanted. Out
WANTED . or.theLes
WANTIEs.log prise Packt
ages in the world. It contains 15 sheets of
pap,er, 15 Envelopes. Golden Pen, Pen Hold
er, Pencil, Patent YardMeasure, and a pieoe
of Jewelry. Single package, with elegant
prize, post paid, 25 cents. Circular free.
BRD E & CO., 769 Broadway, New York
PER WEEK guaranteed to A onts,
Male and Female. in their lee..-..
Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Address
P. 0. VIUKERY & CO., Augusta, Me.
YOU CAN MAILE #5,000
In 90 days In A 1 Stocks,
Xy System is Safe, Honorable & Simple
Pamphlet Sent Free to All.
W. H. WEEKS, Banker, 178 Broadway, New
York. Stocks bought and sold at the New
York StoQk Exchange.
$6 to $20 per day at. heme. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portlaud, Maine.
MIND Reading, Psychomancy, Fascins
tion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, showing how either sex may
fascinate and gain the love and affection of
any person they choose instantly. 400 pages.
By mail 50 cents, Hunt & Co., 189 8. 7th St.,
A Journal of Information for
Advertisers. Edition 9,600
copies. Published weekly.
Terms, $2 per annum, in ad
FIVE SPECIMEN COPIES (DIFFERENT
DATES) TO ONE A DDR ESS FO t 25 0 TS.
Offico No. 41 Par~k Row Now York.
Geo. P, RIOWELL & ('o.,
Nov 4EInToRs AND PUBLIsI[ERs.
1875 . . . m -1875.
JOUR ATTENTION IS MOST RESPEOT
Lfully called to the largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST 8took of Goods that has
ever been exhibited In West Greenville ; con
sisting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES3,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices aire so low that no house this
side of New York can uuider-sell us.
We sell Goods stWctly for CA~Shi, which
enxables~ us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASH and BLINDS, at prices that
We also keep on hand a large lot of those
celebrated d lANGEB PLOW STOCK8, to
which we initel your attchtion.
We have also conhected to our Store, a
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free and OPEN to ALL.
CELY & BROTHfuR,
Greenville S. C., October~ 1, 1876. no6tf
Earle, Wells & Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an office at Pickens C.
HI., S. C., will attend promptly to all business
left with (1. WV. Taylor who may be always
found at their office at Pickens C. H[., S. C.
One of the senior partners will always be
present at the Courts to assist with thei busi
W. E. EARLE, 1
0. 0. WELLS, f 0. Wh TAYLOR,
Greenville, 8. C. Pickens. S. C.
P. P. TOA LE,
-Manu facturer of.
Paints, Oils, &c.
.-Solc Agent for
THE NAT[ONAL MIXED PAINT 0o.
THE GREAT AMERICAN FIRE EXTIN
PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO.
SRND FOR PRICEs.
Office anid Warerooms,
Nos. 20 & 22 Ilayno and 38 and 35
Factory and Yards, Ashley River,
West End Broad Street,
SCIARLESTON, S. C. 4-y
'II WR!I SUN 8opages 50 broad
a W .*. i columns, from now
a una vm name -u an -~. u.a..
M cEA LL'S,
WHEN YOU COME TO PILCK%
ENS, where son will find a
FRES1H STOOKi of
D RY i O ODi,
BOO'IB, SHOES & H ATS,
Crockery and Tinware.
A LOT OF GOOD
thaocoQeQa i n1 h SQ l'i,
In short, a little of everything.
Call in, and if you dont see what you
y' Ask For It.
W. T. McFmL..
Oct 14, 1875
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ready Made Clothing, ranging
fromi $5 to $46 a suit,
Good $upply of Yarns, Shirtings,
Fail Prints, etc. $1 25 a bunch for
Yarn, anid other things in proportion,
Good Lot ot Grocot-ios on hand
and to arrive. If you want anything,
or want to see anything,
Call on RUSSELL.
It you want Etiwan Dissolved Bono
Call on RUSSELL.
If you want to find polite and gen
tiomanly clorks, call on Mr. Robinson
SEaley Station, S. ., Sept. 6, 1875.
We have received our
Fall and Winte~r Go'odse
and are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We have on hand two oar loads of Salt and
two car losgds of Bagging and Ties, which
we propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for Cflton..
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
no8tf R. E. HOLCOMBE & S0N.
5 TO [12 per day!i Agents wanted.
UAll classes of working peo.
pie. of either sex, young or old, make more
money at work for us in their spare mo%,
mente, or all the time, than at anything else:
Particulars free. Address 0. STINSON & CO.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
HOSE indebted to the Estate of Calvin
.1.O'Dell, deceased. must come forward and
make settlement, on or before the 11th day of
December next, or their notes and accouznt.s
will'oe placed in the hands of an officer for
MA RY A. O'DE LL,
.1 PEnnv IAnnPEn
3TATE OF BOUTH OABOLINA,
C0 irr oif PamuN8.
Causby Reese vs. Thia tMdi
B virtue of the eleation In the above
stated ease, I will sell, before the Court
wouse In Piockens County, on the FIRST
MONDAY in December aeto the foUowing
0"1d, sf 0 itud th ite
lag eita hWA&s of M gm"J
u an the property of This Ladd, at he salt
)f 0susby Roes.
TER UB CASH--Purehaserd to pay extra
J. RILEY FERGU,9N,
sheriff Pickens County.
Pickens Court House, Nov. 11, 1875. 1 11-8
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
Greenville, S. C.
The undersigned beg leave to inform their
!rends and the public generally, that they
Itend opening 6; the 1st of October, 1876,
n one of the new iron front build.ngs, second
loor above the postoffico, one of the largest
tid most cothplete stock of REA DY MADE
CLOTHING and GENTLEMEN'S PURN1811
ING GOODS ever brougnt to this market,
and as we intend purchasing our entire stock
with the cash, will be enabled to offer our
goods at very low prices.
Call and see us before purchasing else
where, as it will be a pleasure for us to show
MoMAHAN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
5F1NT!XEEN'S FUENIN GOOD
BOOTS, SLIOES"AND HATS,
SA DDLES, BRIDLES AND
GR OCE RIES.
BUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLaEY & SON'S.
Everybody who read the SN'rriEL
to know that
Hendricks & Williams;
IHave, and will keep on hand at
A well selected stock of GENER AL
MERCH ANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as the cheapest, consist
ing in part of
BACON ANt) LAflD,
SUGAR ANI) COFFE~E,
FLOUR AND MOLAS8EN,
LEATIIER AND SALT,
CIIEE~SE AND CRACKE[RS,
CANDY, FISHI, TOBACCO, &c., &c.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Chil
dr'en's IIats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per .yardi
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per! suit.
Thanking their custorners for past
patronage, they solicit a continua:ee
of the same, and cordially invite
ALL who come to Easley Station to
give them a call.
I take this method of inform.'og my friends
that I will be found in my o Ri ce on each
8ATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jurisdio
As my dutics as School Commissioner will
compel me to be absent in different parts of
the county, I make this special appointment
for the benefit of all concerned.
Rt. A. BOWEN,
no25-ly Scool Commissioner
A BSOLUJTE DIVORCES OBTAINE~D
. from Courts rcf different States for de-.
sertion, &c. No lebilicity required. No
carge until divorce granm &d Ari..
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WALSH & Wi1110liT, Vroprietors,
METROPOLITAN W 0 R K 5,
CANAL ST., 'ROM SIXt TO SEVENTt,
RICI010AD, : VIE GINIA.
Portable and Stationary,
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In- all its tiranches, done by ex perienced hands
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driving Cot tona Gins, Threshing Machaineg,
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second-hand Engines and Bloilere t various
patters, in first raite order, on ham
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Oct 14, 7 l
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VERWEF.L's CELEnRATEln EssAY Onl the radical
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pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of 'which
every sufferer, no matter what his condiin
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This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, In plain envelope, to any
address, post paid, ona receipt of six cents or
two post stamps.
Address tIhe Publishers,
CH AS. J. C. K LIN E & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York; Post Office Box, 4680
Oct 14 7 ly
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WX E want some one in every counaty to
TVtake orders and deliver goods for the
old and oti gnal C. 0. D. House. Large cash
wages. 8 iendid chance in every neighbor.
hoo fo t e rghtperson of cithlen sex, young
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Street, Balimimoro, Mid
Oct 2I, 1875 8 Sm
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
EREMA dE 8. @.
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