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- LOCAL ITEMS.
* Proceedings of the County Democratic
C If?, May 20, 187C\
Wumbas, At tho Into Domocrntio County
convention, a proposition from Gnrvin club j
*m submitted to saitl convention, proposing 1
^ the consideration of primary cicction for enn- I '
uiaaies io nu me vnrioue county otliCes, ftnd |
for metnb?rs)of tho Legislature; and whereas, | '
aid convention postponed tho consideration j '
of the same, until the next meeting of the 1 |
convention; nnd whereas, the duties of said .
% convention being a specific ono, to wit: Tho 1
election of delegates to the State convention
which assembled in Columbia, on tho 4tli of
Maj, inst., and, also, the election of a county , 1
executive committee, and after the discharge '
ef these duties, it did cease, in our opinion, j ,
to be a convention, and, therefore, unable to ]
transaot any furthor business; and, whereas J 1
believing that it is the desire of many Demo- ! 1
crata in this county to have a primary elec- j ,
tion for candidates to fill the various offices' j i
u aforesaid, tho executive committee do , 1
th?refore. submit the following plan of pri* |
mary elections to the various clubs for their i J
ratification or rejection:
That each of the Democratic clubs in the
county, on a day hereafter to be designated
by the executive committee, shnll hold meetings
for tho purpose of balloting for candidates
for tho following offices, to wit: two
members of tho legislature, clcrk of the court,
heriff, judge of probate, school commissioner,
three county commissioners and coronot 1
and after balloting for such candidates, n
Hat of the names of all persons voted for and
the number of votes cach may have rcccivodi
V be made out and sent up through their respective
delegations to the county couvcntion>
which body bhall proceed to count all the votes
for each and avoy candidate voted for in cach 1
lub, and thereby nsccrtaing the whole number
of votes for oach candidate, shall declaro i
the candidate who receives a majority of all ' 1
the votes of all the clubs, the nominee of the
pitrty for tho office for which he was balloted
for- provided, however, in case of a tio be.
w tween two opposing candidates, the convon.
tlon shall proceed to determine, by ballot,
which of them shall bo the nomiuco of the
Rctolved, That cach club determine during
the mouth of June, whether they accept or re
j<jei mo ftoovo plan or primary flections, and
roport the result of their notion to the executive
committee on snleday in July next, in or
dor that, if a majority of tho clubs favor pri '
mary elections, the exccutivo committee niny, '
as ioon thereafter ns practicable, appoint a 1
d?y for holdiug said primary election.
The executive comniittec also adopted the
Httolved, That we rcccommeiid to tho ox- <
ecuiire uiMiimuiec 01 eaou ciuu in llio county |
and tlicy arc horcby requested, to proceed, us ?
soon km practicable, and in such manner n?
they may deem best, to make n complete roa- 1
f?C O.f tlic volors of iheir rcspectivc town;
ships, classifying tlicm accordiKg 10 color and
politics, so far as tliey may be able mo to do.
, ( R. K. IJOWKN, Chairman. t
I>. F. Hit aki.kt, Secretary,
Proceedings of I mm ignition meeting
at Knaloy.fetation is crowded out
of tin's issue, but will appear next
v Vreok/ '
t Thanks.?W. li. Fiold, Esq., will
nccopt our thanks for a fuse moss o' j
bonus, Irish potatoes and radishos.? |
Ho is cortuinly ahead ot everybody i;
elae in tlio vogotablo lino, and, what j
X is bettor, Ins soul is posecd of enough
. . ehrifltain charity not to lot him forget
tho noody printer. May ho live long
? i ^
Committed for Hapk.?Ed. Gowan,
(colorod) was up beforo Trial Justice)
Taylor, on Monday last, charged with
commuting a rapo on a small colorotl
girl 12 or 13 yonrs old. Wliilo tlio
cvidonco was not conclusive hh to Ed's
1 guilt, yot, Mr. Tayloi thought tlicro
was onough in it to warrant him in
Aonding it up to the liighor court,
whcro tho caao could Imvo a lull in- 1
voatigation. Tlio accusod was com*
m it tod toJMkin default o( bail.
Dikd.?Mrs. Susan Kcnnomoro diod,
At tho residence of lior son in-law, Mr.
Aferjjijiin Iloo, in this County, on
4 Friday Iho I9th inst., aged 94 years.
Mrs. Konnomoro rotained her mental
faoultios remarkably woll in hor old
Age. and furnished tho lato Col. Goodlott
many interesting facts in writing
bis rominiiconces of this County,
whinll Wnl'n nnhlialin.l I > tl?r.
f* w> V III bilV K7 rail i l> t* It
? fow yeara ago. '
An Important Curb j?y Dr. Tutt'h
Expectorant.?-Wo havo boon inform*
cd by Mrs. Williams, grand daughter
of Gonoral Israel Putnam, tbat sho
suflforod for many years with Asthma
accompanied with great difficulty of
breathing. Indocd, sho nays it provanted
her from lying in a recumbent
I position, and often suffocation ftppoarod
inovitablo, for wliipl) hIju uBod
Tutt's Expoctornnt, Tho roliof was
so grant that shu was oncouragod to
pereovoro in iis uso until ovory vostige
of tho painful disoaRO was entirely ros
' Wo can not speak too highly of '
this valuublo propanUion of J)r. Tutt? J
and for tho Hako of Buffering humanity i
hopo that it may hocomo moro gonor- 1
ally known.1'?Christian Advocate.
Money and Life Saved by ita Use,
Imcoutant Di8uoNKRY,"Galiloo invoutod
Ihtf (olo8coj>c; Columbus discovered a new
World; IlarVey (lie circulation of tho blood,
nnd to i'rofcBsor Morse is dito (lie credit of
leaching tlie lightning how to talk, but it was
ivucrTtw 10 ur. j. urnuneKi 10 pcneiraie mo
mystic depth of science, and drag therefrom
Iho wonder of our century. The victory has
been won and woman is freo
The sale of Dr. J, Ufadficld's Fcmalo Roguator
is unprecedented in tho history of popu*
lar remedies, and thousands of certificates ftro
:oming in from grateful womoii) throughout
the Union attosling its poWefs ntid and ap"
plauding its untold benefits to their sex,
A Beautiful Woman.
In a neighboring villago thorc lives a yonng
lady who, two years ago, Was an object of pity
to all who knew her. From a little Imprudence
at au improper time she bccnino irreg:
ular, and was a victim of suppression in all its
liorrors. Such were tho ravages of the dis:
case, she was miserable anil unfit for social
enjoyment. After trying many remedies, and
paying much money to physicians, a friend
sent her a couple of bottles of Regulator. <Sho
improved after taking the first and before (lie
second she became sound and well. Now
I wo years after taking tho first bottle she is
fully restored to her former health, and is a
most beautiful woman. Proper respect for the
Family prevents our giving the name.
May 8, 1870 37 4t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Jesse Crenshaw vs. Sarah Julian and 0. W.
BY virtue of tui execution to me directed,
I will .sell to I lie highest bidder, at l'ickens
Court IIcusc on Saledny in June next,
iluring the legal hours of sale,
One Tract of Land, containing Sixty Acres
more or less, bounded by lands of II. N. Looper,
Solomon Loopcr, Lucre! ia A. Dacus and
others. Levied on as the property of Sarah
TERMS CASH?Purchasers to pay extra
J. RILEY PKLltiUSOX, s.i-.o.
May 11, 187'J 3i? 3
riic Htalc oi'.SoulIi d'ni'oliim
]li/ I. 11. I'/iil/'Ot, .finite of Probate.
Wiikiif.ah, Kliznhotii Carson lias made suit
o me to grant her Letters of Administration,
upon the Estate au?l Kfl'ccts of Mary Stone,
Tlic kindred ami creditors of the said Mary
Stone, are therefore cited to he and an
[>cnr before mo, in ihe Court of l'robate, lobe
iiolden nt l'ickemC. 11., on Monday, the 6th
Iny of June next, nt 11 o'clock, n. in ,
n shew cause, if any they have, why the said
idmini.str'ition should not be granted,
Given under my hand and teal this, the
I till day of May .\' 1)., 1K7<i.
1. if. rilllpot, j.p.pc.
May 12, 1?7"> tf7 2
ST A T10 O K S O U T11 CAROLINA.
County of Pickbns.
/!;/ I 11. /'hi/pot, Jini'/r 0/ "/u'/mV,
Whereas, Mrs. Klizabetii Oary, lias ma<lo
mil lo mc to grunt her Letters of AUiuinisui'iivM.
with the Will annexed. upon the 10s!alc
find Effects of Thoinaj H. (.iarv. <lc
The kiml -ed and creditors of (ho said Titos.
It. Gary, are therefore cited to be ami appear
M'foro rue, in the Court of Probate, to lie
loldeu at- I'iekenH II., on Monday, 6th
lay of Juno next, at, 11 o'clock, a. in., to.shew
;ait8C, if any they have, why the Haiti admin,
stratson should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this, the
14th day of May, A. D., 187t>.
i. ii. ph1lpot, j.i1.p.o.
May 18, 1870 87 2
Wo arc now prepare*! to furuish permanent situations
for a lar^o number ol portions, malo and feuuilo
who ftro Parllcu
lata sent frco on application. Address, with stamp,
Soutiikkn Co-opkkativk Co., Nashville, Tonu.'
Liverv and Sals Siablcs.
? - I ?V?f? rWWW WW ITVWflVIVI
Parlies ilesirii? 15 to hire convcyanco lo
I'ickcns Court House, Table Hock and other
joints, cau he ftccoiiunoilateil ftt my Stnbics,
it all hourn of (he th\y nnd night. l'ur
ilmaern cnn also bo nupjilieii with Good Stock
$iuy" llcgular Mail Lino (o Pickcns Courlloijse
KICIIKY k WVATT.
l-'iAHloy Station, S. ()., Aug, 3, 1H76.
no 10-1 y
l'??/A JKWk niMM K.MilNKS.KTKrtM BUII.lHS'.-?
l%vX-T/iSe/ MILL (JE*KINft MADE
^MKg^SHAPTlNG.PUllEYS AND HANGEHS
[Thei VNEQUALLEP JASL 1EF.FEL DOUBLE |
j~ A i ) n n ^3 , P OOL E & HUNT?
NOTICE ia hereby given (hat N. M. Madd
n, Administrator of tlio Estate of
Vomperanco W. Madden, deooased, lias this
lay applied (o me to make a Final Settlement
of said Estate, and to be discharged
I t 'PI.? .... .
Iiuruiriim. 1 1IU HIUIIO Will DO llOftlM 111 my
:?fticc on Monday, tho fiili Juno next.
I. II. I'HILPOT, .i.imt.
May i, 1870 35 1
This Claim-Houso Established
QTOAT oblR:-nctl for ofX
JjjJJN k5 LVJ1N k5 ficers, Soldiers,
ami Seamen of War of 1801 and 5, ami for
their heirs, Tho law iucludcs desorters and
those dishonorably discharged. If wounded,
injured, or have contracted any diseass, apply
at once. Thousands entitled. Great
numbers entitled to an increased rato, and
should apply immediately. All Soldiers and
Seamen of the War of 1812 who served for
any period, however short, whethor disabled
or not,?and all widows of suoh not now on
the l'enson rolls, are requoatod to send me
their address at onco,
110UNTY: Many who enlisted in 1801?2
and 8 aro entitled. Send your discharges
and have them examined, lhisiness before
tho Patent Oflice solicited. Officers returns
...vvu^.o ovuicu, imu an jusi claims prosecuted.
As 1 make no charge less successful, I request
all to incloso two stamps for reply and
return of papers. UEOKUE E. LEMON,
Lock llox 47, Washington, D. 0.
I recommend Captain Lemon as an honorable
and successful l'ractitionor?3. A.
Hurlbut, M. C., '1th Congressional District of
Illinois, late J/ajor General U. S. Vols.
In writing mention the name of (his paper.
C? 1 O ('ay at home. Agents wanted. Outtp
L/V fit and terms free. True & Co., Augusta,
\ isiting Cards, with your name finely |
\j pmnBu, auiii- lor zoo. \vc have 200
styles. Agents wanted, 9 samples sent for
stamp. A. 11. FULLER & GO., Brockton,
ApiHl'Kli WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
\ I I Male and Female, in their locality.?
11) I j Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Address
i P.O. VIOKERY & CO., Augusta, Me
$5 to $20 per day at homo. Samples worth
?1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
PSYCIIOMANCY, OR SOUL CHARMINGHow
either sex uiay fascinate and gain
the love and nffcctions of any person they
choose, instantly. Thin art all can possess,
freo, by mail, for 25 ccnts ; together with a
Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to Ladies, c'.c. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Pub' Phlla.
VkA ???? ? ?- ??" - *
IK. ji>v-at .ilt'llinili'S
Tested lty popular uhc for over
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY!
Dr. Strong's Compound Sanative Pills,
Cure Constipation, lliliousness, Liver Complaint,
Malarial Fevers, Rheumatism, Erysipelas,
and all diseases requiring an active
but mild purgative.
1)r. Strong's Pkctoiiiai. Stomach Fii.i.?,
cure coughs, colds, fovers. female complaints, i
ainlr 1.1...1... ' > -
Iivituuvuv, "J n|'Vi'?"l, Illlil Ul'railgUUlUlllH
of the stomach. (J. K. lln.i, & C'o. New
Vork, l'ropri ;tors.
in KKLIGIOUS AND AGRICULTU
it A Ii WKKKLIKS HALF PHICK
Send for Catalogue on tlie List Plan.
For information, address
p. itoiVKiiL & ro.j
41 Parle How, New Vork.
: . - i- . - ? - I
FALL AND 11 GOODS!
~V7OUR ATTENTION IS MOST IlKSPKCTJL
fully called lo (he largest mid decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that lina
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low that no house this
side of New York can under-sell us.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, 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 hand a large lot of those
celebrated QllANOK PLOW STOCKS, to
which we inVlte J our attention.
Wo have also connected to our Store, a
u Large WAGON YARD, willt a well of Good
Water, which is tree and Oi-kn* to All.
C tlLl A ItBOTIIKU,
Greenville S. C., October 1, 1875. noGlt
'Flic Slide of South Carolina
County op Pickkns.
ixr'niit* sirxwrnm /in n/i i/h/ht ??r ?? i ..
r?r i nil l Uf V(/i'//?l'<Y i'iyA/10.
M. A. Heeler and others,")
Plaintiffa, I Summons
against | for
Win. A. I.ny, Kxeculorand j Relief.
others Defendants. j
TO Wm, /I. I,ay, F.xccutov of the Ivstato of C
M. Lay, Letty Newton and J. C. C. Newton,
Defendants in this action.
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer tlio complaint in this action,
which is tiled in the office of the ClcrK of tho
Court, of Common Ploas for the said County,
Him 10 serve a copy or your Answer on tho
subscribers at their office, at Now Pickens
C. II., 8. C., within twenty days aftor the
service of this summons on you, exclusive of
the (lay of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
tho time aforesaid, tho Plaintiff will apply to
tho Court for the rclirf demanded in tho complaint.
April 21, 1K7?.
Pickens II., 8. C.
To Win, A. Lay, Kxccutor of (lio Estate of
of C. M. Lay, Lctty Nowton, and J. C. C.
Newton, Defendants; Take notice that Complaint,
mill amended Complaint in thin action
lia? been filed in the oftice of tlio Clerk of (lie
Court of ('ommon I'leas, at New I'iokcns
Court House, South Carolina.
( riainiitr'y Attorneys.
1 lip iil, 1870 :Jo l> I
A Fine LINE;
ahd sa??fl??g? a? 1
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to enit the times. A
' 1 l<
At Mc FALL'S.
BOOTS AND SHOES. f
Good and Cheap.
At McF ALL'S.
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARD- *
WARE. Prices Way Down.
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES i
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure j
and genuine?will cure the sick and 1
maKetiie well teel better. Try mo?
Don't bo backward? but ask for
what you want..
W. T. McFall.
March 30, 187G ' 30
EAHLEY STATION, 8. 1'.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSEL) havo
oponocl out business at Easlcy Station,
A. L. R. R., and propoao to koop a
fffst class stock ot
Dry-Goods ad Groceries,5
Which thoy proposo to Bell at bottom
prices, as tho following pricos indicate
Factory Yarn, $1.20 pet bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 ccnta por yard.
3-4 Shirting, GJ cents por yard.
Liverpool Salt, $l.t55 per sack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Jlio Coflfoo, best, 4 lbs to tho dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 05 conts por lb.
Flour, Family, $7 00 per barrel.
0. It, lialtimoro Bacon, IS cont* per ,
All otlior things in proportion. Al- >
ways in tho Corn and Cotton Market;
and othor produco taken in cxchango
Guanos of tho best on hand. Call
and oxamino hoforo purchasing.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
Maroh 2, 187G 20
~ ^ " 1
R AQT T?V P lnTpI h
J 4 1 V w 1 j JL JL X W X J. V. |
THIS POPULAR IIOU8E is conveniently '|
located to tho Depot; Rooms well furnished ^
and th? table supplied with tho best in tho
market, lioard reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Table Rock, ]
Ctesar's Head, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE A. MOTES,
M.vrcli 110, 1870 30 'iiuu
1 ? 'J i 1 ??
IE TIIE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
ou that I
\\t : i i
'rovo to nil, that I bnv? as good and chcap
ot of Confections as any to bo found, and
I man who con beat my Stock of Canned
looda. Besides the abovo, I ha#e purchased
i stovo, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysttrs
tad at any time, provided I am not
ntendant, in which case you might,
lave to go home hungry anil moneyless,
B u t
loping no such missforluno awaits me, I
ordially invito rill my hungry friends to give
le a call, ami I
Lppcfisc their hunger on short notico and at
jw figures, as iny object is to live and let
1 ir Q i
JL-* 1 V ^ JL II
Micse hard limes. Dont forgot <o oall on J.
t. QLAZRNBK, who cun be found iu the l'ost
Deo 2, 1875 14 It
AT EASLEY STATION. S. C.
The undersigned have opened a House in
2?sley, near (heir Livery .Stable, for the pur>osc
of conducting a fancy and heavy
Jnder the Firm, name and style of RICHEY
i WVATT. They guarantee bottom prices^
? they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
hem a call.
II. A. RICHEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Easley, Nov 22, 1876 13 tf
nnanri nunm mods,
SOOTS, SHOES, ANB HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES akd
FT A 1? N" T? S S
AA U.JL. JL.1 XJ KJ j
1UGAR, COFFE, BACON LAItD
syhuf, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Wc have received our
Fall au<l Winter fJnodst
ind arc prepared (o sell goods at low figures.
iVe hare on hand two car loads of 8alt and
wo car loads of Bagging and Tics, which
(VC propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)lton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
no.llf It. E. IIOLCOMBF. & SON.
)AILY, TRI WEEKLY & WEEKLYn.
A_i_ n i! ? I.
as uQiy uemocrauc r&per at m upiui,
TP.HMB, IN APVAHCB :
)ftllv, six months, $3 50
fri-Wcekly, six months, 2 f?0
Vcokly, six months, 1 00
Book and Job Printing Office
IS THE STATU.
Address all comuntnicnlioriH, of whnl*
yet chftriiclcf, to Manager Kegiatcf 1'ubi?liing
Company, Columbia S. C.
May 1^, 1870 u7
p..- . J *
| NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTORNE YS A T LA }V,
Will practice in (he CirctfU and Probate
Courts for Pickens Count/, and iu the Unit oil
8tatcs Courts of thia State from that county.
Ono of the Senior partnera will bo present to
assist in tho transaction of any important
business during vacation.
Jf. J. RORTON, 1 WftlhalIo
W. C. KBITIl, f WftU,0,,?
C. t. HOLLINdSWORUf.Piekcns C. It.
March 28, 1870 39
HOLCOMBE A CHILD]
A TTORNE YS A T LA W.
PICKENS c. n. s. C,,
Will PracMco in nil the Courts of tlio Stato
and of the United Stales. BusIiicbb promptly
March 16 187C 28
Butler & McBee
ATTORNEYS AT LA W
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
mimswaiL.iL.iE/ ?, ?.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OB
THE STATE AND OF THE UNITB1
Sept 28 10 it
HITHER Nlf MM EN.
ATtOftflfcY AND C0VJN9EI.I.0R AT I. AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
T)rnctices in the Circuit ourf nnil Cnurt *
X Probate for Pickens ounly.
May 10 42 8m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
mwm c, b? s, c,
Practices in Courts of 1'iokens
County, and in United States Courts
pqw?? ?????? >
TUB UNDERSIGNED TtESPKnTPiri i v
call the attention of their friends to (lie fact,
thai, hi addition to their
Stook ot General Merchandise,
Which is always full in its varied branches.
They have on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at the following prices*
II trad le>r'n Aiiimoiiiatcri
^asn rricc, $-16 CO
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 16 cents, 00 00
Cash Price, $ 11 00
Time Price, payable In Currency. 60 00
Time Price, pnyabloin Middling Cotton
at 16 cotfl9, (55 00
Caali Prhe, ?>-i.S 00
Time Price, payable in Currrncy, 6i) 00
Wilcox ?fc CJI fobs' ;*lu Herniated
Crtflli PriCC, 9'r>5 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 1? cents, 70 00
Ffeight to be added from Factory, and
payable in CASH. All time sales to be closed
by note, duo 1st day of November ucxt.
I1UDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, 8. 0., Feb. 113, 1870 20
T? V - J - * ? H
jovwyuoay wuo rcaa (UOBBNTINBL
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as tho cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
JSUliAJC AND COFFKH,
FLOUR and MOLASSf'N,
LEATIIEK and SALT,
CHEESE and CRACK KMS,
CANDY, FISH, TOJKACCO,
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladieg', Men's and Children's
Hats, Boots and Shoes, l'ost
Rfftnrlnr/l I'l-Into ?' 1 f\n ,\n.- ?.n
v* JL I IIIIO IIU 1 VV>? j;ui J (ti Vio
Ready Mftdo Clothing at $5.00, ami
upward**, per suit.
Thanking their customers for p?&fc
patronage, thoy solreit a contmuanco
of tho aamo, and cordially invito
ALL who come to liasley Station to
give them a call.
ARIUVI'I) ami ready fur delivery, 100
500 HAGS (1UANO. For sale by
H K. IIOLOOMHK SON.
LasUy, S. <J., )au 27, 1870 '11 ti