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, To the Twelve Kile Biver Association
Brother A- W- Lamar is Coming!
1)hau seitimkr. Ploaflo toll vour ninnv
readers, tho good nows?the Rev. A. W. Lamar,
Agent of tho Stato Missiou Board of the
State Baptist Convention of South Carolina,
vrlll visit our churches during tho months of
T July and August,* begining at Liberty, Sundoy,
July 'J, 11 o'clock a m; Flat ltock, Mon4
day, July 10,11 a in; Mount Pisgah, Tuesday,
July 11, 11 a m; Six-and-Twenty Tuesday,
July llj 4 j) m; BeaVcrdam, Wednesday, July
i 12, 11 a m; Mountain Springs, Thursday
* July 18, 11 a m; Iinon, Friday, July 14, 11
( ft m; Cross Roads, Saturday, July 15, 11 a m;
Qeorge's Crcok, Sunday, July 10, 11am;
(Ea?Uy, Sunday, July 10, night; Mount Car.
? me!, B^lurday, July 22, 11am; Peter's Crcok,
Sunday, July 23, 11 am; Ooleuoy, Monday,
July 24, 11 a m; Holly Springs, Tuesday,
July 25, 11 a m; Mountain Grove Wednesday,
July 20, 11 a m; Antigcli, Thursday, July 27,
Ham; Shady Grovo, Friday, July 28, 11 a
p m; Prater's Creek, Saturday, July 2(J, 11a m;
Six Milo, Sunday, July .30, 11 a m; Central,
Sunday, July 30, night; Mount Tabor, Mon.
'day, July 31, 11 a in; Mount Tabor, August
1st 11 a m; Griffin, Thursday, August 3, 11 a
^ m; Griffin, Friday, August !, 11 am; Secona,
Saturday, August 5, 11 a in; Pickens C. II.,
Saturday, /lugust 5, night; Secoua, Smnlay,
"0, 11a m.
Tho brolhrcu, rastors, and Deacons arc
'roquested to circulate theso appointments as
'thoroughly as possible. Tho brethren will
% moot Urothor Lamar at each of his appointments,
and convoy him to the text, after
Gko. W. Sinolkton.
v Dlackborrics aro getting ripe, and corn
bread is not in such domand.
k Mr. W. T. llowon had four hogs killed by
lightning on last Saturday evening.
Thn Pn.lon P1..K
.loat Rattmlay, unanimously adopted the primary
plan of election for ofindidates, as proposed
by (ho County Exocutivo Committee.
^ Esoaprd ?Ed. Gowan, tho negro committed
somo timo sinoe by Trial Juetico Taylor,
on tho charge of rape, made hlB esoapo
from the jail on last Saturday night. This
makes the third esonpc within a short time.
i ^ i
Through tho kind considerations of Mrs.
Sarah Griffin, we have roceivod a beautiful
* ??ud artistically arrangod bouquet of fragrant
fWwors, ftooompaniod by a nicc lot ?f cucum-,7
bor*. 8ho will accept our thanks.
Wo paid the flourish iug little town of Lih?
crty a flying visit on last Sunday. Thoplnoe
hue linprovod very rapidly siuoe it was laid
out and sold o<T in lots last September. Its
citizens are good substantial people, but tier
DURIDC89 men, wo roar, will Tail and go into
bankrupoy, as they <lo not soem to appreciate
ilio importance of advertising. Wo shall
not be surprised to hear of tlio whole of them
being oloscd out in n short time.
^ Stobm.?We loarn that a very severe
tor* paoBod ovor the Daousvillc section of
^bis Connty last Saturday. The rain for tho
lime It lasted, was heavier than any that fell
during the soven days rain, while tho wind
was quito dostructivo to fensing and fruit
trpes. The shade trees in tho yard of Mr. 13.
F. Morgan woro blown down, while his reusing
met a similar fato. Wo have not learned
the extent of tho damagos, but learn it waa
quite sovero on tho Greenville side.
v Attkmptkd UonuKRY.?Mr. L. 11. Grav'ey
informs ua that during ono night last week,
whon ho was absent from homo, an effort was
mado by parties unknown, to break down the
doors of his house, which very much night,
onod his family. Plundor was evidently
tlioir object, and aa thoy did uot visit cither
liis imokehousc or crib, whore thoy could
bare got corn or bacou, thoy wero evidcntjy
after monay. It is unfortunato that it was
_ *ot made necossary to hold a Coroner's in4
qucBt, Qivo all such acoundrols load, without
\ ? ,
Tbo damages to tho lands and growing
crops by thofroshot, in this County, arc more
serious than was at first supposed. Tho crops
on tho bottom lands aro a total Joss, while il
is not possiblo to ronlant on finnnnnf. of tli<>
Bobbed condition of the land. Tho wheat
orop is cut off fully two-thirds?all not cut
was blown down and lost, while much of i'
that was shocked in tho fields has ftproutcd
and is worthless. Tho cotton was also materially
injured. Wo have conversed with
+ citixQns from nearly every section of the
County, and they are all of opinion that there
can not possibly be more than a half crop
mado. Where it was possible, many have
replanted with forward corn, while others
liavo planted their stubble land. The want
and distress that must inevitably follow this
disastor, can hardly be estimated. Add to
this, a prospect of high taxes, our outlook is
Indeed a gloomy one.
Old Auk is IIonokaiii.k,?This is truo, but
/ how few of us like to look old, Ago, with its
grey hairs, is novcr welcome, and the various
nr(s'havo been brought into requisition to
hide its ravages1 In too many instances
agents are used for that purposo, which intlict
eoripyiB injury (o ()>? constitution. Especially
'is this tho caeo with a laigo majority of tho
hair dyoa of the present day. For an elegant
1 preparation that will impart a perfectly natural
Color, without doing tho least harm to the
hair or be?Uh we rocooramend that mado by
Dr. Tali, of New York. It possesses quali*
tit* that AO other Hair Dyo doos, and as its
anaalyels provt* ia aa innocent as. mountain
AGENTS WANTED.?Something n??. A
rnr? ohnnce to mnko monoy. No oupital roqnired.
25 per cent coumuBton allowed. Agents
make $6 to $10 a day. 8end stump for outfit.
AdJrc?3 L. L. OSMENT,
'/1 ClcvcluuJ, i'.'UU.
Cheaper l'han Physician's Bills.
"A Thing of beauty ia a joy forever."?
AVhat is it? Something prepared for woman
only, aad to bo used by woman cxclusivoly.
It is adapted especially to casos where tho
womb is disordered, aud will ouro all irrogu*
larities of tho "mouses" or "monthly courses'
uy restoring tho discharge iu every ins(anco|
whether acute or chronic. Whoro ia it? Dr
J. Bradfield's Female Regulator?Womau's
Best Friend?is prepared and sold by L. II,
Bradflold, Druggist, Atlanta, Oa., and may bo
bought for $1.00 per bottl j at any respectofcl)
Drug llonso in tho Union,
We, the undersigned druggists, take pleasure
in reccommending to tho trade Dr. i.
Bradfield's Female Regulator, bolioving it to
be a good and reliable remedy for tho diaoasea
for whicli ho rcccommenda it.
W. A. Lanimjkal,, Atlanta, Oft.
Pkmiikhton, Tatloh. & Co, Atlanta.
Rkdwink & Fox, Atlanta.
iu r ? -
?. \y. uaw81if., allfinta,
W. Root & Sons, Marietta, Ga.
June 22, 42 4.
I WOULD AGAIN llRHPJWPPlTI..
ly call tlio attontion of tlio public
to my well holoeted find assorted
SPRING AMD SUHKER DRV-GOODS,
Dli V h FANCY GOODS,
JI ATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gents' Clothing Mile a Specialty,
All of which I will soli chonp for cnah.
I am Btill A^ont for tho "FjTT R"I?U
KA" FERTILIZER, 0110 of tho best
in tlio markot.
Price payablo in cotton at 15c. 1st
Nov., 800.00 per ton.
Price payable iu curroncy 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico pavablo in cash on delivery.
#17.50 per ton.
Freight Ai?.00 per ton, to be added
to this point, and must bo paid in
Last but not least, let me impress
il upon inoso woo no (iuo mo on ac**
count for 1875, that I ncod tho monoy
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at oncc and favor mo as I
M. \V. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S C.
Feb 17, lb7<> '24 If
Tho State of South Carolina.
IN PUOBAT15 COURT.
S. D. Keith, Nathaniel Lynch, and Matthew
Hendricks, Executors of the lust Will and
Testament of Tyro Roper, dee-eased, Pluiut
i Hh ,
Darcus Roper, Samuel Roper, Amos ltopcr,
Mary () Sutherland et nl. Defendants.
Summons for Relief?complaint not served.
To the Defendants, Samuel Roper, Amos
noj'ur, miiry w. ouuieriunu, ucoecca U.
Lewis and Elijah Itoper.
V7"OU are horeby summoned and required
JL to an?wcr the petition in this action, of
which a copy is filed in tho office of the l'robato
Judge, for said County and State, and
to serve a copy of ycur answer to tho said
petition on the subscribers at their office, at
i'ickens Court llouso, within twenty days
after the sorvico hereof, exclusive of the day
of such service; ond if you fail to answer the
petition within the time aforesaid, tho Plaintiff
in this action will apply to tho Court for
the reliof demanded in tho petition,
Da'cd May 2ti, A. 1). Ib7'i.
JJOLCOM14E & CII1I.I),
To Samuel Hopcr, Amos Kopor, Mary
O. Sutherland, Kebccca C. Lews, anil Elijah
Kopor, Defendants: Take notico that the potitiou
in this ease was this day filed in the
oflicc of the Judge of Probate for Pickens
1IOLCOMBE & CHILD,
.Tunc 1. 1R7A ftO
yflSWX 7@&\ STEAM RNCINES.SIRA1I BOILKKS.,
?s\ P4 /? / MlLli OEAKJNft MADE
j^^ffl^HAFTINK.PULLEYS AND HANGERS
[The UNEQUALLED J AS. L EFt' EL 1)0 UbLEl
Apdrkss, POOLE & HXJNT7|
. . . .0. . ..
ARKIVF.D ?U?I rouJy for delivery, 100
ouu IIAUU UUANU. for flftlo by
K. K. HOLCOMBE & SON.
KuHioy, 8. Jan. 27, ih7h 21 if
1770 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1870
1)A11TIE8 desiring information hh to host
ronton to the CENTENNIAL, or to any
of tlio Summer Resorts or to auy other point
in the country, should address
H. W. WllENN,
<- ?" 1 1 iioaungcr Jig i IVCIIUCfmw Koulc, |
, ,r-? Atlanta, Oa. /
Julq ], ]fciG :J0 if ;
| NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
' the su.n.
For tile Campaign I
Tho events of tho Presidential campaign
will bo so faithfully and fully illustrated ia
THE NEW YORK SUN as to commend it to
candid men of all parties! We will send the
WEEKLY EDITION (eight pages) post paid,
from now till after election for 5U cents; tho
SUNDAY EDITION, samo siio, at the samo
jinuu; or iuo i/AiLi, tour pagos, for $8.00.
Address TIIE SUN, New York City.
^1 Q a day at homo. Agents wanted. Outt4)l/V
tit and terms free. Truo & Co., Au?
? A Visiting Cards, with your name fiuely
printed, sent for *26c. We havo 200
styles. Agents wanted, 9 samples sent for
ptamp. A. 11. FULLER & 00., Brockton,
During this month
A GREAT OFFER! we will dispose of
100 now and aonAtnlwlmn/l i>TAvna r\i?
CANS of first olass makers, including WaU
era' at lower prices than ever beloro offered.
New 7 Octavo Pianos for $200 Boxed and
shipped. Terms, $40 cash and $10 monthly
until paid. New 5 Octavo 4 Stop Organs
with book closcts and stool warranted for
$100?$20 cash, anil $-r> monthly until paid.
Illustrated cataloguos mailed. Agents wanted.
110 RACK WAT Kit J & SONS,
481 Broadway, New York.
<Inpyl' K 11 WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
VI / Male and Female, in their locality.?
I) I / Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Address
T* P.O. VIOKKRY & CO? Augusta, Mo
$5 to'$20 per day at homo. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
. n,v..V H,/. I" USUI IlllJltI
lion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, showing how either sex may
fascinate aucl gain the lovo and affection of
auy person they choose instantly. 400 pages.
Iiy mail 50 cents, Hunt & Co., 139 S. 7th St.,
A complete list, numbering 8,129. with a
Qazo'tttcr correct to dato, of all towns and
pities in whioh Newspapers aro published;
historical and statistical skotohosof tho Great
Newspaper Establishments; illustrated with
numerous engravings of tho principal news>
paper buildings, Hook of 800 Pages, just
issurd. 3/niled, post paid, to any address for
or... A 1? /! ~
ouu "ppiy imcioBing pricoj to Superintendent
of tho Newspaper Pavillion, Centennial
Grounds, Philadelphia, or American
News Company, N. V. Every advertiser
in RELIGIOUS ANI) AGRICULTURAL
WEEKLIES HALF PRICE
Send for Cataloguo on Llio List Plan.
For information, address
11 Park Row, Now York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
Your attention is most respectfully
cnllcil to (he largest ami decidedly
(lie CHEAPEST S(ock of Goods tlmt has
ever hecu exhibited in West Greenville; oonBiatiog
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, tic., etc.
Our prices are so low that no houso this
side of New York cun under-eell us.
We soil Goods strictly for CASH, wliicli
enables us to make tho above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a largo lot of
DOORS, SASH and BLINDS, at prices that
Wo also keep on har.d a large lot of thoeo
celebrated GRANOK PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invito your attention.
We have also connected to our Storo, a
a Largo WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free and Oi>km to All.
4JKL.Y ?fe IIltOTIIUK.
Greenville S. C., October 1, 18/3. noCtf
CORNEIl OF LOCUST .j- NINTH STS.,
C^ONVBNIKNT to all placos of amusement
J and oar limits in the city. No changes
to and from the Centennial grounds.
Colonel Watson, proprietor of the Husky
IIoiisk, Cincinnati for the past twenty years,
ikiiu pruseiu proprietor, iiiih leased me Mouse
for a term of yearn, iiiul has newly furnished
mi<1 fitted ii throughout. l(c will keep a
strictly first class House, and has accommodation
for ;(()() guests. Terms onl^ $!$ per
Col. W \TSON is a native ot Virginia, and
probably I ho only Hotel Proprietor in Philadelphia
from the South.
JAMES WATSON, Proprietor.
May 2o, 38 2m
fey and Sale Stalks.
Parties desiring to hire convcyauco to
I'iokens CJourl Ilo^sfy Tublo^Kock and other
l>oiuttj, cirti lie accommodated at uiy Btabluu,
at *11 hotiro of ^ho day arid rTJfgtlt7 puroliMor?</nn
also WWtmliud with (Jood Sfocic
DhuT' TCegnlar Mail f.fno to Pickens Courthouse
duiiy. (Sundays excepted.)
1UCIIEY & WVATT.
Easley StrtHoti, P. 0., Aug, 3, ISTo,
A Fine Line
&sa? ra?Tn?sas at
HATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit the times.
At McF ALL'S.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
Prices Way Down.
1? a Mnv ,e? k1 a Mil v r< r>r\<~ii.>r? T r.'o
rj ill u i V.V i. XV in 11J .1 UiVUV/l'i JLV I. n<o
At McF ALL'S.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure
and genuine?will euro the sick and
make the well feel better. Try me?
Don't bo backward? but ask for
v**hat you want..
T7*?G?*nr>f full it
March 30, 1S70 30
KASIiEY STATION, H. C.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUC
CESSOIiS to T. W. BUSS EL) have
oponod outbusincus at Easlcy Station,
A. L. It. K., and propoao to koop a
firat clas&dtoek ot
Dry-Goods and Groocrics,
Which thoy ptoposo to hoII at bottom
pricoB, as tho following pricos indicate
Factory Yarn, 81.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 cciiIh por yard,
8-4 Shirting, GJ conts por yard.
jjiverpoui r^au, ?1.00 per suck.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to tbo dollar,
ltio CofToo, best, 4 1 bs to tiio dollar.
Uood Tobacco, ut 05 cents por lb.
Flfcur, Family, 97.00 por bnrrcl.
U. It. Baltimore Bacon, 13 cont* por
Allnf.lwtt* I liinnt in ?\i>a?Ai.( Inn A1
fc" " l"Tu,,,u"'
ways in tho Corn and Cotton Market;
and otlior produce taken in oxohango
Guanos ot tho best on hand. Call
and oxamino before purchasing.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 187(5 2G
THIS POPULAR HOUSE is convonictitly
loculcd to tlio l)ef>o(; Rooms well furnished
ft ml tho lilblo Hupplicd with tliu best In (ho
marker. Bonn! rcnsonablo.
Conveyance furnished to Tablo llock,
Ctusar's Head, or any oilier point which
parties may wish to visit. <
CLYDE & MOTES,
March 30, It 10 30 Cmo
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
ME TIIE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Provo to all, that I have a3 good ami clioap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
A man who can beat ray Stock of Canned
Goods. Honidos the above, I have purchased
a stove, and a nico Lunch of Fresh Oysters
Had at any time, provided ? am not
Intcmlant, in which case you might,
Ilavo to go home hungry and moneyless,
13 U I
Hoping no such missfortuno nwaits mo, I
cordially invito nil my hungry friends to give
me n call, and I
Appease (heir hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
Tho?o linr.l n?..i r ? * <'
?iiiivjo* I'uui luigcb io cmi on J.
It. QLAZKNEH, who can be found in tlic Post
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
AT EASLEY STATION, S. 0.
The undersigned have opened a Houso in
Easley, noar their Livery Stable, for tho purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
Under the Firm, namo and stylo of RICIIEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices^
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
II. A. RICIIEY,
A. O. WYATT.
Kasloy, Nov 22, 1875 13 tf
-< ??* t -^r
GFKTLffl'S ITO1SHIN0 GOODS.
boots, siioics, and iiats,
saddles, bitldles and
sugar, coffe, bacon lakd
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Wo have received our
Fall and Winter C4 imhIs?
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two oar loads of Salt and
two car loads of Bagging and Tios, which
we propose to sell at (Ireenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices,
nofttf K. E. IIOLCOMBK & SON.
O (J HI It IA UEUIMTDK,
DAILY, TRI WEEKLY & WEEKLY
The Only Democratic Paper at tie Capital,
A OH.'IO, II* Al'VAM/B i
Daily, b'ix monllin, $8 50
Tri-Weekly, six mont)ih, 2 60
Weekly, nix mouths, 1 00
Book and Job Printing Offico
/.V '/ ///; STATU.
A (l(lr ess all communications, of what |
ever character, lo Manager Register i'ub- i
li'liinK Company, Columbia S. C.
May 18, 1870 37
NEW ADVERT IK KM HINTS
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
A TTORNE YS & CO UNSEL 011S%
PICKENS C. II.
Members of the American Attorneys Associ
auou ana or tho United Slates Law Association.
Col. JAMES E. HAGOOD ia affaociatod with
them, and they will give prompt attention to
all business entrusted to them.
Juno 16, 1876 41
Norton, Keith & Hollingswortb
A TTORNE YS A T LA IF,
Will practico in tb? Circuit and Probate
Courts for Pickens County, and in (ho Unitcrtf
States Courts of (his State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to'
assist in tho transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NOllTON, 1 ... ,, n
W. C. KEITH, f 1
C. L. 1IOLL1NGSWOKTH,Pickens C. II.
March 23, 1870 29
M VK VJLJLJLiJi/)
A TTORNE YS A T LA TV.
P I 0 lv. E NSC. II. S. C,,
Will Prncticc in nil tire Ccmrts of Iho Stntcf
ntul of the United St at os. ISusincsa promptly
March 10 187'6 '28
Butler & McBee
A TTORNE YS AT LA \V
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
"Y^7"ILL PRACTICB IN THK COURTS 01
T THE STATE AND OF THE UNITli?
Sept 28 10 tf
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT hAtf,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court o
Probnto for Pickens ounly.
May 1(5 4 '& 6ro
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
GREENVILLE C, H? S. C,
Practices in Courts of Pickers
County, and in United States Courts
TIIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of their friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
Stool: ot General Merchandise,
Which is always full in its varied branches.
They havo on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at the following pricca'
Casli Pricc, $15 OO
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 15 ccuts, GO 00
Cash Price, $44 00
Timo Price, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time Price, payable iu Middling Cotton
at lb cents, 0-5 00
Cash Pri< e, ?18 00
Timo Prico, payablo in Currrncy, 68 00;
Wilcox A <31bbft' 'Tlmilptil?ted
Cash Price, $56 00
Time l'ricc, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 (XI
Treigbt to bo nddc>l from Factory, and
payable in CASH. AU time sales to be closed
by note, due 1st day of November next.
IIUDGKNS & BOLT.
Easley, S. 0., Feb. 'J3, 187G 20
Everybody wbo read tlio Skntinll
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
A well eoloctod Block of GENERAL
MERC 11ANDlSli, which they will
Boll ab cheap as the chcapcat, constat*
ing in part of
BACON and LAUD,
BUG AH and COFFEE,
FLOUR and MOLASSES,
r * mtr i.^n . " ? rTy
JNUiAlllJ'-iU ANI) OAL1,
CIlElfiSIC AND CRACKERS,
CANDY, FISil,TOJBACCO, Ac., Ac.
Woolen rind Cotton Goods, Luioat
Stlylcs of Ladle*', Mon's and Children's
Hats, Boots iind Shoos. 13esfc
Standard Prints at 10c. por yards
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
liI> Will no, |ioi nun,
TImnking their customers for ]?ast
patronage, they solicit a continnanco
of tlio feftmo, and cordially invito
ALL who come to Rasiey Station to
give them a call.