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? Church Direotory.
Rot. Hugh McLees, 1st Sunday at 8 p. m.
Re*. W. H. Arlall, 2d " 11 a. m
R?t. J. C. Hudson, 8d 11 a. m
R?t. J. Q. Stockman, 4th " 11a. m.
lie*. W. B. Singleton at Saoona every
^ 1st Sunday and Saturday before, nt 11a.m.
Wo havo had sovoral May-day
Wo notico a fow balos of cot ton on
wagons in our stroeta occasionally.
Tho gardens around town arc looking
No martins bavo built in that box
yet. Somo young lady will bo disappointed.
Wo call attontion to tho prospectus
of tho Columbia Daily Ilogistcr, in anothor
.Revived.?Tho lonfors club, a fatrnrifa
nn/1 imaII *%r* man ! ??.! ?
v vtivv Miivt IT vu |Si*Wl VII IKUU
tion of this placo, has boon rovivod.
There will bo a mooting at Howard's
Shop in Easloy Township on Saturday
next, for tho pnrposo of organizing a
Democratic Club. Wo hope to bo ablo
to bo with our frionda on tho ocoasion
Centf.nniat, Visitors.? Wo loarn
thftt a party ot gontlomon at Easloy
v Station contomplato visiting tho Contennial
Exhibition at Philadelphia.?
A party in this placo aro organizing
Wo aro infJffmod that tho Good !
Templars and thoir frionds had quite
? a nlco pio-nio on Glassy Mountain
on Inst Saturday, Mr. W. JD. Wilko8)
% of Bolton dolivorod an addross.
A party of gontlomon wont out in
tho country last Sunday to got straw-*
bcrrios, but after tboy got to tho ploco
they concluded to tnko it with ft
traw and loftvo tho borry out.
Mr. L. Coopor sont to our oflloo
r last Thursday, throo Irish Potatoes, of
this yoars1 crop, ono of which was
roarly as largo as a hen's egg. MrCoopor
is thus far ahead, and we don't
beliovo ho can bo boat.
IIumt.?Wo regret to lonrn that rust
lino iiuiiM** ;f? r.r.r-?*???AnnA An < *
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in some sections of the County. Karl3'
whent iu conHidcrcd out of dungori
but Into wheat may suffer very much
if itgotft properly hold of it.
M retinq.?The County Democratic
Kxccuti vo Comuimittcc will meet at
l'ickena C. LI., on Saturday tho 20th
^ in?t? at 12 o'clock, noon. A full attendance
is earnestly desired as business
of importance will come up for
, R. E. Bowkn, Chairman.
Tho bacholor at Easlov. whom wo
poke of somo timo sinoo, is ?ti 11 diaconsolato
and now sings:
"Go, lot mo woop, thoro's bliss in toars,
Whon ho, who sheds thom,inly fools
Somo lingering strain of early yoars,
Effaced by ovory drop that steals."
Wo call attontion to tho advortiso
* went of Mr. O. A. Pickle, of Groonvillo,
which appears in this issuo, Mr.
Picklo's long exporionco and fairnoss
in business ontitlos him to tho confidence
and patronatto o?'tho public. If
oar poople need anything in his lino,
wo can guarantco thorn satisfaction if
call on him.
Pobitivk Notice.?All notices of any
cnaracior, uy JSxocutorB, Administra*
tors or Fiduciaries, aftor this dato,must
poaitively bo paid for in advanco. W?
can not affori to wait for our money
until cstatos aro finally Bottled up. In
many instances it is yoars botoro estates
aro finally sottlod, and as wo arc
roquirod to pay oash for all matorial
usod in our businoss, wo can not afford
to wait for our roonoy. This
notico is positivo, and will bo strictly
/ adhered to in thofuturo.
Jail Delivery.?Two no?ronn mn.
fined in jail at this placo, awaiting
trial, on tho chargo of burglary, mado
their cscapo on last Sunday night.?
By sorao moans thoy had procured a
fino naw, with which they 'sawed tho
iron bars of tho window in?two4and by
toaring thoir blankets into small t
slips and tying them together, and
fastening ono end to thn wiminu/ ;?*
thoir ooli, thoy woro onablod to slido
to tho ground and mako thoir oscapo
unmolested. Thoy aro bad oharactorn,
and it will not bo long, unlona
thoy aro rocapturod, until sorno othor
community will Buffer from thoir do>
An Important Cure by Dr. Tutt's
Expectorant,?Wo havo boon inform,
cd by Mis. Williams, grand daugbtor
of Gonoral Israel Putnam, tbat sho
sufforod for manyyoars with Asthma
accompanied witb groat difficulty oi
breathing. Indeed, sho says it provontcd
hor from lying in a rccumbont
nrtail inn n??/l r\(I 1
^vmvivn, emu \/ituii nunuLauuii
od inovitablo, for which sho ueod
Tutt'a Expectorant. Tho roliof was
bo groat that sho war oncouragod to
porsovoro in its uso until ovory voBtigo
of tho painful disoafio was ontiroly ros
"Wo can not spoak too highly of
this vnliiuhln nfonnrnf in?. of Dr Tuft.
1 1 ? w" " * *MVW)
and for Iho nalco of suflforing humanity
hopo that it may bocorao moro goDor*
ally known."?Christian Advocato.
Money and Life Saved by its Use.
Impoutant Disoonkry,?Gftliloo invented
(lie lolescope; Columbus discovered a new
world; Harvey the circulation of the blood>
and to .Professor Morse is duo the credit o^
teaching the lightuing how to talk, but it was
reserved to Dr. J. liradfield to penetrate the
mystic depth of science, and drag thorcfrom
the wonder of our century. The victory has
been won and woman is free
The sale of Dr. J, Dradfield's Female Hcizu
lator is unprecedented in the history of popular
remedies, and thousands of certificates arc
coming in from grateful womon, throughout
the Union attesting its powers and and applauding
its untold benefits to their sex.
A Beautiful Woman.
In a neighboring village there lives a yonng
lady who, two years ago, was au object of pity
to all who knew her. From a little impru*
dcnce at an improper time she became irreg:
ular, and was a victim ot'suppression in all its
horror.s. Such were the ravages of the dis:
ease, she was miserable and unfit for social
enjoyment. After trying many remedies, and
paying much money to physicians, a friend
sent her a couple of bottles of Regulator. <She
improved after taking the first and before the
scoond she becume sound and well. Now
two years after taking (ho first bottle she is
fully restored to her former health, and is a
most beautiful woman. Proper respect for the
Khiuiijr ?1 lAJYUUlfJ UUT glV lHg 1111} naiUQ.
May B, 187C 37 it
The niuic ofSouth Carolina
lhj I. II. Vhilpot, Jud<,e of Probate,
Wiikukas, Elizabeth Carson has made suit
to inc to grant licr Letters of Administration,
upon the Estate ami Effects of Mary Stoue,
Tlio kindred and creditors of tlio said Mary
Stone, are therefore cited to be and appear
before me, in the Court of l'robate, to be
iioldcn at lMckenst!. II., on Monday, the 6tli
day of May instant, nt 11 o'clock, a. m.,
to shew cause, if any tliey have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
(Jiven under my hand and ceal this, the
MlhdayofMny >V 1> 187(5.
1. II. l'lllLl'OT, j.im'o.
May 1U, 1S 7 r? 37 2
STATK OK SOUTii CAROLINA.
C??UNTY oi-' PlCKKN'8.
Hy 1 II. I'hilpot, Juihjn of l'robutt.
Whereas, Mrs. Elizabeth Oary, has made
suit to me to grant her Letters of Administration.
with the Will annexed, upon the Esi.,i?
...i l'u?i.. -t nu i? /i
uiiv! nnvt ivucvo ui xnuiiiiiM iv. viiiry, UCCCAMO.il
The kind.ed ami creditors of (lie said Tlios.
It. Gary, arc therefore cited to he and appear
before me, in the Court of I'robatc, to ho
holder, at Pickens f1.. 11., on Monday. 6th
day of June next, at 11 o'clock, a. in., to ehew
cause, if any they have, why the said admin,
istratson should not. bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal this, the
14th d?y of May, A. 1).. 1876.
I. H. PH1LP0T, j.p.p.o.
May 18, 1870 37 2
Wo nre now prepared to furnish permanent situations
for n larKO number of pcriona, innlo and foinalo
who nro KW of Work I\ Partlcu I
Inra sent frco on application. Address, with atAinp,
Bouhikiik Co-opkhativb Co., Nanhvillo, Tonn.*
Livery and Sale Stalks.
Parlies desiring to hire conveyance to
Pickctis Court House, Table Kock and oilier
poinln, can be accommodated at my Stables,
at all hours of the day and night. Purchasers
can also be supplied with Uood Stock
Hegular Mail Lino to Pickens Courthouse
dai!v.WSundavH excelled. ^
K1CIIEY & WYATT.
Knsley Station, S. 0., Aug, !5, 1875,
BTKA M KNGINE8,8TKAM R0ILERS'.<i
ncLCi afiSi ,y,],L,L GKAHINft MADE
ITKe U W EQUALLED JAS.IEFFEL DOUBLE |
A DDR KS9, PO O LIB &c I I U NT^l
y^4 I'MTT UIIL1KT _ 1 (tnmm. m
| i < 1 iinnirin, uoiuc UJI ?n<l Bhl'lliE. II
VJI you dont, look out. No oxouse horonftcr.
A word to the wise in Huflioont.
1>11. A. J. ANDERSON,
All persons indebted to Drs. A. J. Anderson
& Son will call and settlo.
A. J. ANDKUSON A SON.
March 10, 1870 28 tf !
This Claim-House Established
PTCNftTfY\T>i ?blft,ned for
- N/i.v/xi KJ licers, Soldiers,
and Seamen of War of 1801 and 5, and for
their hoirs, Tho law includes deserterB and
those dishonorably discharged. If wounded,
injured, or have contracted any disease, apply
at once. Thousands entitled. Qreat
numbers entitled to an inoreaaed rate, and
should-apply immediately. All Soldiers and
Seamen of the War of 1812 who served for
any period, however short, whether disabled
or not,?and all widows of euoh not now on
the Fenson rolls, are requested to send me
their address at once,
BOUNTY: Many who enlisted in 1861*2
ana a arc entitled. Send your discharges
and havo thorn examined, Business before
tho Patent Office solicited. Officers roturns
and accountH settled, and all just claims prosecuted.
As I make no cliargo loss successful, I roquest
all to inclose two stamps for reply and
return of papers. GEORGE E. LEMON,
Lock Box 47, Washington, D. C.
I recommend Captain Lemon as an honorable
and sueoessful Practitioner?J. A.
! If 11-r% *** ? ... -
i minum, ?i, v., ^ui Vyongreflslonnl District of
Illinois, lalo jVnjor General U. 8. VoIb.
In writing mention tlio namo of this paper.
(tjlQ a day atliome. Agents wanted. Outtj)
J./W fit and terms free. Truo & Co., Au?
C'A Visiting Cards, with your namo finely
OU printed, sent for 25c. Wo havo !?00
styles. Agents wanted, 9 samples sent for
(tamp, A. II. FULLER & 00., lirookton,
m ptPf^KR WEEK guaranteed to Agents.
/ / Male and Female, in their locality.?
ml I Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Addre*?
T " P.O. VIOKERY & CO.. Auauata. M*
$5 to $20 per day at homo. Samples worth
91 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maino.
SYCIIOMANCY, OR SOUL OHAliMINGHow
oithcr sex may fascinate and gain
the love and affections of any person tlroy
choose, instantly. Tliia art all can possess,
free, by mail, for 25 cents ; together with &
Marriage Gi'ido, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to Ladies, cto. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
auurt'oo jl . it tliiiiAiU Cfc \JU., 1'UO" I'lUlQ.
flic Itcut Family JlcdicincM
Tested by popular use for over
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY!
Dr. Strong's Compound Sanative Pills,
Cure Constipation, Biliousness, Liver Com*
plaint, Malarial Fevers, Kheumatism, Erysipelas,
and all diseases requiring an active
but mild purgative.
l)u. Stkono'b Pkctorial Stomach Piti.e,
cure coughs, colds, fevers, female complaints,
sick headache, dyspepsia, and derangements
of the stomach. C. E. Hull &. Co. New
in 11ELIGIOUS AND AGRICULTURAL
WEEKLIES HALF PRICE
Send for Cataloguo on tho List Plan.
For information, ad dross
?KO. p. ltOWt:iiL ?V CO.,
41 Park Row, Now York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
Your attention is most respeotfully
culled to tlie largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of floods thai has
avop }?nnn o*?\ Wn?*
siBting of DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., eto.
Our prices arc so low (lint no house this
aide of New York can undcr-sell us.
Wo sell Qooda strictly for CASI1, which
enables 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 5-f?r.d a large lot of tho?e
celebrated GRANGE PLOW STOCK8, to
which we invito your attention.
We have also connected to our Store, a
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Gooil
Water, which is Free and Opbn to All.
KLY A llUOTIIFit.
Greenville S. C., October 1, 1875. noGtl
An old physician, retired from active pra<v
tice, having had placed in his hands by an
Kast India Missionary the formula of a simph
Vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all Throat and l.nnir nffentinim.
nlso a l'ositivc and Radical Cure for Nervous
Debility find Nervous Complaints, after having
thoroughly tested its wonderful curative
powers in thousands ot cases, fccl3 it his duty
to make it known to his siiffeiing fellows. Actuated
by this inotivo, and a conscicntious desire
to relieve human suffering, ho will send
(free of charge) to all who desiro it, this recope,
with full directions for preparing and
successfully using. Sent by return mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
I'R. >V . U. HTKVKNS,
Munroe Mock, Syracuse, N. Y.
Notice To Creditor#*.
ALL persons having demands ngainst the
Estate of Temperance W. Madden, deceased,
will present (hem to the undersigned,
legally attested, on or befero the 5th day o(
June next. Those indebted to tho Kstnto
must settle tho same on or be.ore that day,
or their accounts will he left in the hands of
an officer for collection.
N. M. MAI)DUN, Adm'r.
1 Mny 1, 187C io 3
A Fine LINE
ARID H<m@f9S AT
LiAia?VALUES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit tho timos.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Clicnp.
At McF ALL'S.
UlUJUiVtLUI, TIN AM D HARDWARE.
Prices Way Down.
FANCY A FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure ;
and genuine?will cure the sick and
make the well feol better. Try me ?
Don't be backward?but flak for
what you want..
March 30, 187G 30_
KAMLEY 8TATIOX, N. 1'. ]
T1IE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSKL) havo
oponod out business at Easlcy Station,
A. L. R. R., and proposo to koop a
first class slock of t
Dry-Soils ani tarn,
Which thoy proposo to sell at bottom
prioon, as tho following prieos iiulieato:
Factory Varn, 81.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 conts por yard.
3-4 Shirting, 6? conts por yard.
Liverpool Salt, $1.65 por flack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
ltio Coffeo, best, 4 lbs to the dollar.
Good Tobacco, nt G5 conts por lb.
Flour, Family, 87 00 por barrel.
C. R. Baltimoro Bacon, in cont* per
All othor things in proportion. Always
in tho Corn and Cotton Market;
and othor produco taken in cxchango
Guanos of Iho best on hand. Call
and oxamino boforo purchasing.
11 - 11 - -
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1876 20
THIS POPULAR HOUSE Is conveniently
located to the Depot; Rooms well furnished
i and th? table supplied with the best in fho
market. Board reasonable.
, Conveyance furnished to Table Hock,
(.'ojanr'h lloftu, or any ouior point which
parlion nmy wi?1> ? visit.
CLYDE & MOTKS,
March 30, 1870 30 f,Ul0
MR THE OPPORTUNITY AND I A88URE
you that I
Prove to nil, that I have as good and chcap
lot of Confcclions as niiy to bo found, and
A mrui who can beat my Stook of Canned
Goods. Ilcsidcs tho nboye, I hare purchased
a stove, and a nico Lunch of Fresh Ojaters
Hnd at any time, provided I am not
Intondnnt, in which case you might,
Ifavc lo CO home hunirrv nnil
Hoping no such missforlune awaits mc, I
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a call, ami I
Appease their hunger on short notice anil at
low figures, as my object in to live and let
T)iC9o hard times. Dont forget to call oil J.
II. QLAZENEil, who can be found in the Post
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned havo opened a House in
Easley, near tlicir Livery Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
Under the Firm, name and style of UICHEY
&NVYATT. Tliey guarantee bottom prices^
us tliey intend selling strictly for cash. Give
litem a call.
II. A. UIOIIEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Eiisley, Nov 22, 187.r) l.'J (f
GFHILEM'S fORHlSHlHC GOODS.
BOOTS, SIIOKS, and HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
ivfrvTTr^ rr t
JL M W I J
We have rccelvcil our
Fall and Winter (loods,
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of Hngging and Tics, which ,
wc propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for CMton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
no3tf K. E. HOLCOMBE & RON.
ct amm,' r\t? cinn't'tr na i>at i\t j
uiii x i. v/ i uvy u i 11 viiivvyjjiii ii.
IN PKOBATK COURT.
James F Lay, vs. W A Lay, Mary E Martin,
Lefta A Newton, M A Hester, W ?? Lay,
C A Lay, Clias. W Lay, ami Susan K Lay.
Petition for appointment of llccciTcr.
To W. A. Lay, Kxccutor, <jf C. M. Lay, deceased.
YOU arc hereby mimmoncil and required
to appear at the Probate Court, to ho
hok'en at Pickens Court House, on the 1st
day of Jnne next, for Pickens county, and
show C(in?fi if nnv von r ?n wl?u n U
.. j ^ - ? ?? J ? ItQVVITDI
should not ho nppt, i'cd to take charge of
and have tho cntironi uagemcnt of Ihc Estate
of the said (3 M. l<ay, deceased, as prayed
for in ft petition this day tiled in my oftice.
Ciiven under my hand ami seal of oflice at
Piekens (,'uurt House, this 4th day of April,
I. ii. rwii.roT, i.r.p.o.
KAHI.K, WHMjS & TAYI.OH,
1 'lainti(Y*m Attorneys.
april t?, IH7'? SI ft
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTORNEYS A T LA IV,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probate
Courts for Pickens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
assist in the transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, 1 w
W. C. KEITH, ) Ws,hft"?
0. L. HOLLINOSWORTH,Pickens C. H.
March 23, 1876 29 .
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
T /-? f r -*"* %-r ~
tr LU IV ts jn a U. II. 8.
Will Praclicc in nil the Courts of Iho Stat#
nnd of the United Stales. Business promptly
March 10 187C 28
Butler & McBee
A TTOliNEYX AT LAW
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
?saisiwuMais; ?. &
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS Of
TI1B STATE AND OF THE UNITfil
Sept 28 10 tf
ATTORNEY AN l> OOUNSKI.LOR AT I,AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt nnd Court*
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 1G 42 0m
liSAAC M. BKYAN,
ATTOUWKY AT LAW,
6RSENVILLE C, H? S. C,
Practices in Courts of Pickonu
County, and in United States Courta
TMC UNDERS10NED RESPECTFULLY
cull I he attention of their friends to tho fact,
that, in audition to their
Stook ot Benenl MereWisfl.
Which is always full in its varied branchea.
They have on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at the following prices*
Cash l'ricc, $45 00
Time l'rice, payhhlc in Currency, 61 00
Timo l'rice payable in Middling Colton,
at 15 cents, CO 00
Cash Price, $44 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. f>0 00
Time Price, payable iu Middling Cotton
at 15 cents, 05 00
L'asli Prito, i?48 00
Tiiuc Pricc, payable in Currrncy, 53 00
Wilcox 2il>bs' ITIanipulaicd
Cash Pricc, $55 00
rime Price, payable in Mid tiling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be added from Factory, and
payable in CASH. AH time sales to be closed
by note, due 1st day of November next.
1LUDQENS & BOLT.
Kasley, S. 0., Feb. 23, 187G 26
Everybody who read iIiqSbntinkl
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep 011 hand at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell fts cheap us the cheapest, coiibioting
in part of
BACON am. LAUD,
SUGAR and COFFKK,
FLOUR ani> MOLASSE*,
LEATHER and SALT.
CI11'ilvSK AND CUACKEKS,
CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, &e.,?fcc.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ilats, Boots and Slices. Uest
Standard Prints at 10c. por yards
Ready Made Clothing at ?5.00, and
upward*), por suit.
Thanking their customers for pae>t
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of tlio same, and cordially invito
ALL who come to F.asioy Station to
givothem a call.
l!w * Guaag
AKIIIVKI) nml re:wly for mlivery, 100
barrel* 1.1 MK.
a N n
.">00 15 AOS OIT A NO. For Halo hy
U. K. llOI.OOMnii'iS: SON.
l'.asUy, S. .luu. -7, lHiii 21 if