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Rev. Hugh McLecs, 2d Suuday at 11a. m.
Rov. J. C. Hudson, 8d " 11 a. m
Rev. W, II. Ariail, 4th " 11 a. if
Rev. W. B. Singleton at Sacona every
J? 1st Sunday and /Saturday beforo, at 11 a. m.
WBf Tho bridgo across Saluda at Coxo's, lias
Tlio bridgo aoross Town Creek, near this
place, has boon finished, Tho abutments
1 i i should bo fixed at once.
Coon skins are just now in demand at Easley
8t(Uion?we will give quotations when tho 1
supply is sufficient. <
Tho Democratic Clubs in this Ootmly firo
iucrcasing very rapidly, and wc have never
known our people to tako such a lively in
tcrost in politics. Radicalism may expect a
lieavcy blow in Fickcns next November.
Rov. Hugh McLees, on account of other
duties, will not bo able to preach at this place
on tho sccoud Sabbath in this month. Ilev.
W. II. Ariail will, however, pi'each in his
Good rains have fallen siuco last Saturday
in every section of tho County that wo have
t.. 1-1 ~ i - l r. t. .
uvuu nuiu iu nuivr lrum. u cuinc JUStIII tinio, (
and (ho forward corn will make without any (
f moro rain. <
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Tho cilizons in (ho vicinity, lmvc rebuilt !
Gnrvin bridgo across Twelve Mile Itiver '
without a cents cost to the County. Their
V action is a commendable one, and they deservo
tho thanks of the (ax-payers of (he 1
? We arc requested to slato Dint on acconnt
of tho appointments of (ho Rev. A. W. Lamar
at Seoona Clinroli, on next Saturday, tlio pic- 1
*f?ic proposed to be given by tlio Oranges at
that time and place, tins been indefinitely
A parly of gentlemen left this place on i
last Monday morning to have a general hunj,
nrvd rustication In the mountains- They expect
to got fat on venison and pheasant seasoned
with "Moonshine" sauce.
To tlic members and friends of Twelve Mile
? Camp Gronnd : As the Arbor hsi? become impaired
and is dangerous, we propose repniring
It, commencing on Monday. 21 at. instant. We
* call npon one and all to help. Brethren be
prompt, and bring some oak boards with yon
27 incites in length, lie prampt to the time.
Truly your servant, P. 0.
EqiJAt.i7.ATto>,'.?Wc arc requested by tho
County Auditor to state that tlic County Board
of Equalization will meet at his oflicc on
^ Monday tlio 7(li innf. All parlies interested
will tnke duo notice and govern thenisolves
This Is tlic way u Pickens county candidate
ft>r offien erects a voter: "Howdy, liowdy,
howdy?" "Howdy?" "How do you do?'?
"Tollable." "How's all!" "Tollable."?
' Your folks well?" "Tollable; how's yourn?"
"Tollablo." "Neighbors all well?" "Tollable,
how's vourn?" "Tollnlilo " "All fn* ?? ?? ii.io
time?" "Sorter tollable."
Protracted meetings are now being held n,
several cliurbhos in tlic County, and wc pro.
sumo meetings of I lie Baino character will be
hold Rt other churches. We shall bo obliged
X if the minister conducting such meetings, or
aomo fricud who attends them, will givo us
the results for publication. It will bo of
interest to the citizens of ono section of tho
County to hear from another, and know the
progreaB It is making in tho causo of morality <
U.'.vknuk.?Several parties were up beforo
United States Conunssioner Thornley, last
week, ohargeed with violation of iho Internal
* Revenue Law. One or two were dismissed
for want of proof to convict, and severa]
bound over to the United States Court at
Greenville. Two arc confined in jail unable
tb give the requisite bond
Ckntuai. Station.?We ran down on the i
tifcln from Easley Station to Central 'bo oilier
evonlng, but as wo only remained some three
hours in (own we did not have tlie opportunity
of noting new improvements. As time will
cure the hard times under which our people
are now suffering, no doubt Central will soon
improve rapidly and "flourish like % green bay
^ ircc, in iact 11 could nol (lo oincrwisc, for
it is located in one of tlio best and strongst
Democratic sections in tlio County.
Tim Sinoi.no Convention.?Wo attended
^ tti? Pickesn Comity Sunday School and Musi,
cal Convention on Saturday and Sunday last,
and was much pleased with the proceedings
Dr. G. W. Boroughs wan elected President,
and W. 0. Field Secretary. The singing on
Sunday we thought ovcelletif, while lliosc
appointed l>y tlio committee on arrangements
f to lead or conduct tho cxercises, acquitted
themselves very handsomely A very large
congregation, mostly young people, attended
each day. Wo liavo been promised by tho
Secretary a synopsis of tho proceedings,
which wo will publish noon.
Wo aro requested by Mr. (1. W. Iloroiieha
^ Vicc President of tho Oconco Musical Convention,
lo stato that tho convention will he
held at New Hope church, near Old Pickons,
~ on Friday before tho third Sabbath in August.
All singing schools, Hinging societies, Habbaih
Schools and subordinate Oranges or Good
Templars aro requested to send up three
delegates to the convention. Mr. Dorouglis
will open a singing school at the church on
Monany ueroro tl?o meeting of tho convention
And continue through I ho week i\L fifty ccnts
per scholar. Wo thank Mr. B. for an invitai
lion to 1)0 present on Saturday and Sunday,
' but will liardly be ablo to avail ourselves of
.* the plcusurc.
Meeting of County Democratio Executive
Persuant to adjournment, tho County Exccutivo
Committco met at the Court House, on
Monday, tho 3d innt. Presont, R. E. Bowen,
Chairman; D. F. Bradley, Secretary} J. Rt
Gossett, W. G. Field, B. J. Johnson, J. E.
Borrouglis. W. T. Field and John T. Lewis>
Rev fj W Singleton was admitted aa proxy
for V S Jones, member from Pumpkintown
club- Reports from each olnb as to aotion on
primary plan of election fat- candidate#, Was
received, as follows; Picken&ville club,
adopted; Libcrtv club, reicntod; fli\rvin nlnh
adopted; Easley club, adopted; Pickena Court
House club, adopted; DacuBville club, adopted,
l'uinpkiiitown club, Adopted; Eastatoe club;
adopted. A majority of the clubs having
adopted the plan, tlio following proainble and
resolutions wer'd tliefl prdsentcd alid unanimously
Whkbeas, A majority of the Democratic
;lubs in the county having adopted the plan
if primary election for candidates, as proposed
by the Executive Committee, andt>
whereas, it is made the duty of said conimitleo
to designate the tiino for holding said
slection, therefore, be it
lletotval, That cnch club meet on Friday,
:he 18th <lny of August, 1H7G, at 10 o'clock,
M., and procecd to receive votes for canlidutes,
as proposed, until 4 o'clock, P. itl. or
\s much later as may bo necessary, to afford
i.ii members of llio club an opportunity of
Resolved, That each club bo entitled to fivu
delegates to the county convonlion, and that
said oon vent ion convcno at the Court House,
sn Saturday following, tho 19th, for the pur?
pose of currying out. tho duties imposed by tho
said plan of primary election, and for the discharge
of such other duties as may properly
come before it.
Ursolicil, That it was tho intention of the
Executive Committee that the candidate rc?
sciving a plurality, ar highest number of
votes, (but not a majority, as published in
the propsition) should be the o&ndidato of the
Resolved, That each club, when it meets to
vote for candidates, bo requested to ratify tho
above declaratory resolution, and voto for
candidates with that understanding,
Resolutions submitted from Pickensville,
Qarvin and Ensley clubs, were laid on the
tabic. Committe then adjourned to meet on
Balcday in August next,
H. E. BOWEN, Chairman.
1). F. Hradi.ey, Seo.
Want ok Ccnfidbnck.?Trade it depressed
ami the industries of the whole country flagsAsk
the cause ami you arc told it i3 due to
"want of confidence." Ask the few who have
not used Dr. Tail's Hair Dye, and they say "I
have no confidence in it, I have Lcen so often
humbugged by such articles." We ask thern
to read the following testimony from parties
of undoubted vernsilv.*
II awkinbvillk, Ga., Oct. 30, 1860.
Dr. W. II, Tutt?Dear Sir:?1 consider
your Ilnir Dye a triumph. Our barbers pronouncc
it superior to all others.
Yours truly, I. A. Thomtson, Druggist.
Nkw On leans, Oct. 5. 1870.
Dr. Tutt? Dear Sir:?Your Hair Dyo bids
fair to run every other dye out of this mar*
kcl. Uespoclfully John kimnau..
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 27, 1871.
Dr. Tutt?Dear Sir:?Your Hair Dye is the
best 1 ever used. Yours truly.
I.. O. Mtkrs.
Thousands use It, Why hesitate?
Joy to the world! Women is free! Among
I he many modern discoveries looking to the
happiness and amelioration of the human race,
nolle is entitled to hit/her conHUlorminn Minn I
(lie renowned remedy?Dr. J. Bradfield's Femule
Regulator, Woman's Rest Friend. By
it woman is emancipated from numberless ills
peculiar to her sc.\. Before its magic power
all irregularities of tho womb vanish. It
cures whites. It cures suppression of tin
menses. Il removes uterine obstructions. It
cures constipation and strengthens tho system
It braces the nerves and purifies the
blood, it never fails, as thousands will testify.
This valuable medicine is prepared and
Hold by L. II. Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta,
Ua., Price $1.50 per bottle. All reapecUble
drug men keep it.
80fni> and wm.r..
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 20, 1808.
Dr. J. Bradtiold?Dear Sir;?I take pleasure
in stating that, sometime previous to the
late war, 1 used with the utmost success, on
ri "servant girl, your Female Regulator, prepared
then at Bradfields Drue Store. West
Point, (in. ?S'lic Imd been suffering severely
from suppressed menstruation ami this modicine
soon restored hor to health. Slio is toiluy
living In Atlanta sound and well. .1 wilt
state farther, that I know of its being used
with equal succcss in other eases. I do not
hesitfUo to endorao your preparation for the
purpose for which you recoommcnd it.
Yours truly, JOHN C, WniTNKR.
July 27, 47 4.
P.AI5TP.7 iiTiiu rinunm
MUWUUi UiUM WUUUUUi
rpiIE Second Session of tho above named
JL School will open Tuesday, June Otli,
For terms, &c., address flic Principal.
J. Q. STOCKMAN.
May 25, 1870 38 if
Liver; and Sale Stalks.
I'll rl i t*Q iln^irin^ In liSrA /?AnuAt;nnnn (a
Pickens Court House, Table Ilock and other
points, can ho accommodalcd at my Stables,
at all hours of tho day and night. Purchasers
can also he supplied with Good Stock
fiKiY" Regular Mail Line to Pickens Courthouse
daily. (Sundays excepted.)
1UCIIEY & WYATT.
1'asloy Station, S. 0., Aug, 3, 1876.
I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFULly
call tlio nttontion of tho publio
to my well ftoloctcd and assorted
SMQ AMD STOKER DR7-000DS.
Dli Y & /'VINCY G 001)S,
7/ A TN A Arn n.i 7> v
BOOTS AND SIIOtfS,
Cents' Clotting Made a Specialty.
All of which X will soil chonp for cnsh.
I am Btill Agent for tho "KURK>>
KA" FEUTILIZER, ono of the best
in tho market.
l'rico payable in cotton at 15c. 1st
Nov., $00.00 per ton.
Prico paynblo iu curroncy 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico paynblo in ensh on delivery,
$47.50 per ton.
Froight $0.00 por ton, to bo added
to this point, nnd must bo paid in
Last but not least, lot mo impross
it upon tboso who m'o duo mo on ac-?
count for 1875, that I nood tho money
and MUST 11AVE SETTLEMENTS.
PllV tin nt, ono.fi niul fnvni* mn na 1
? -J "I I ? - - - ""w "w ?
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
Feb 17, 1K70 24 tr
SATIN GLOSS STARCH.
Lse it oncc, and you will uso
IMPROVED CORN STARCII.
lVnnnnnn.l ~c r% i r.. a i? 1
a .w..V%M*VU VJJ if III Ul S U1 UlX'ilt 1 iiiurnni 1 Oil III
Exposition, Paris, 1 HOT, to be the
'* PERFECTION OF QUALITY."
A trial will insure its popularity everywhere.
None genuine without Duryeas' on
For sale by Grocers generally.
June 8, 1876 40 ly
Tlic State of South Carolina
County of Pickens.
IN TIIE PEOBATE COUET.
W Silas Kirksey, Flaintift" against Joseph A
Hates, Mary Hates, Harvey E Mull. Mar
gnret Mull, James K Kirksey, Elizabeth
Clayton and Robert C Clayton, Defendants
Petition and Complaint foii Partition ok
To Joseph A Pales, Miry Bates, Harvey E
Mull, Margaret Mull, James K Kirkscy,
Elizabeth Clayton and Robert C Clayton,
legal heirs an<l representatives of James
Keith, Senior, deceased, who died intestate:
YOU arc hereby required to appear at the
Court of Probate, to bo lioldcn at I'ickens
Court House, for PicKcns County, on the
scyentecth day of September, A. 1). 1870, to
show cause, if any you can, why the real cs
tale ot .lames Kcillt, Senior, deceased, described
in tlie complaint of W. Silas Kirk.iey,
filed in my oilice, should not be divided or
sold, allutinir to the said W. Silas Kirksey,
One-sixth thereof, nnd the remainder to
whoever may be entitled to roceivo the same.
Qivcti under my hand anil seal, Huh first
day of July A. 1). 187(5.
I. H. PHILPOT,
Judge of Probate Pickens Couuty.
To Harvey E Mull, Margaret Mull, Elizabeth
Clayton and Robert C Clayton?Defendants.
Take notice that the complaint in the above
stated action, was this day tiled in tho Probate
Court for tho County of Pickens.
NORTON, KEITH & 1IOLMNOSWORTII,
July 0. 1876 44 G__
CORNER. OF LOCUST .j- NINTH STS.,
CONVENIENT to all places of amusement
and car limits in the city. No changcs
to and from (he Centennial grounds.
Colonel Watson, proprietor of tho Husky
IIousr, Cincinnati for Che past twenty years,
and present proprietor, lias leafed the House
for a term of years, and has newly furnished'
and fitted it throughout. He will keep a
strictly first class House, and has accommodation
for 800 guests. Terms onty $3 per
Col. WVTSONIb a native of Virginia, and
probably the only Hotel Proprietor iu Philadelphia
from tho South.
JAMES WATSON, Proprietor.
May 25, 38 -ui
A Fine LINE
ABB ffltBVBOBS AT
HATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit tho times.
At McF ALL'S.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
At McF ALL'S.
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
Prices Way Down.
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
I DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure
and genuine?will cure thesick and
make the well fool better. Try me?
Don't bo backward?but ask for
what you want..
March 30, 1S7G 30
EANLEY STATION, S. t.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUC
CESSORS to T. W. RUSSEL) havo
oponod out business nt Knslov Station,
A. L. R. R., and proposo to keop a
fu st class stock ot
Wools and Eroccrics.
Which thoy propose to soil at bottom
pricos, as the following pricos indicato
Factory Yarn, 81.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 cents per yard.
8-4 Shirting, GJ conts per yard.
Liverpool Salt, 81.05 par sack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to the dollar.
Rio CofToo, best, 4 lbs to tiio dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 05 cunts per lb.
Flour, Family, 87 00 per barrel.
C. It. Baltimore Bacon, 18 conta per
j\ii ouier unngs in proportion. j\iwayein
the Corn and Cotton Market;
and other produce taken in cxchatigo
Guanos ot Iho best on hand. Call
and oxaminc boforo purchasing.
II A I I - a
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 187G 20
POPULAR FIOUSK is conveniently
locatcd (o the Depot; Koohis well furnished
find (lie table supplied with llio best in the
market. Hoard reasonable.
Conveyance furnished (o Table Hock,
Cfosar'n Head, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE & MOTtiS,
March .'JO, 1870 30 Onio
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u I d 11 L
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Provo lo nil, tlint 1 have as good and cheap
lot of Confections as any to be found, nnd
a rnnn who can bent iny Stock of Cannod
Goods. Besides the above, I havo purchased
u store, and a nico Luucli of Fresh Oysters
Had nt nny time, provided I am not
E 1 e c t e d
Intcndnnt, in which case you might,
/\ g a 1 n,
Have to go home hungry and moneyless,
Hoping no such missfortuno nwnils me, 1
coruinuy invito all my hungry friends to give
me a call, ami I
Appease their hunger on short notice ami at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
It. C1LAZHNHK, who can bo found in the Post
Doc 2, 1875 14 tf
AT EASLEY STATION, 8. C.
The undersigned liave opened a House in
Ensloy, near their Livery (Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
Under the Firm, name and style of RICIIEY
& WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices,
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
H. A. RICIIEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Easley, Nov 22, 1875 13 tf
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milE canvnss now opening is (he most imJL
porlunt in which the pcoplo of South
Carolina have been engaged since tho momentous
election of 18<>0. Upon its result
depends the weal or woo of tho State and the
THE NEWS AND QftJJRIER will, as ever,
he in the front of the fight, sustaining fearlessly
"rid faithfully tin? c^niliiliitoH of the
National Democratic party, ami the action,
whatever it shall be, of the State Democratic
Convention. To this we pledge the whole
power ami influence of a journal which, in
the past, has done what it could to serve the
interests, and preserve the rights and liberties,
of the people of South Carolina.
In order that it may be within the means
of every Democrat in tho State to read Tub
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have established the following campaigu
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July 27, 1870 40
1776 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1876
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. routes to the OKNTKNNIAL, or to nny
of (lie Summer Resorts or to nny other point
in the couniry, should address
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Ocn'l l'nsuenger Ag't Kcnncsaw Route,
Juno 1, 1870 Btt tf
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May IK, 1870 37
I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
[ TJJPTT WPT TO f, VT An
ju^vivjjju, VV J.iJUJUO lxj XAlJjVittf
ATTORNEYS k COUNSELORS,
VIC KENS C. II.
Members of the American Attorneys Associ-*
ation and of tliQ United .St at on Law Assooiation.
Col. JAMES E. IlEAaOOD ib associated with
them, and they \till give prompt attention to
all business entrusted to them.
i Juno 15,187G 41
N ortott, Keith & Hollingsworttt
A T TO RISE Y8 A T LA W,
Will practice in tfic Circuit rtnd Probate
Courts for Pickons County, and in the United
Slates Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners Will be present to
assist in the transaction of any importuflt
business during vacation/
J. J. NORTON, \ u,Al.
W. C. KBITII, rUUmnft
0. I.. IIOLLIttGSWOllTH.lMckcnsC. It.
March 23, 1870 20
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
A TTORNE Y8 A T LA II',
PICKENS 0. II. S. C.,
| Will Practice in all (lie Conrls of llio Stat#
and of the United Stntes, Unsiness promptly
March 1G 187G 2ft
^ylKITXlSlt STfJMES* .
ATTOftNF.Y Art I) COUS.T.r.r.OIt AT V.AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C<
PraoliccH in the Circuit ourt nrni Court f
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May IG -12 Oro
ISAAC M* BRYAN,
ATTOKXKY AT LAW
| GRZEKV1LLE C, H? 3, C,
Practices in Courts of Pickontf
County, and in United States Courts
A w =?3iairiry> w i MM ifl
MoRf /Jjly MIL I> (; KA K1 N(* MA D K|
I The UNEQUALLED JASLEFIEL DOUBLTB I
I ^ HUNT*" !
THE UNDERSIGNED RE8PBCTPWLLY
call ilie attention of their friends to die fact,
that, in addition to their
Siook of General Merchandise,
Which is always full In its varied branches.
They have on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at (lie following prico#*
I* v 11 <11 ?* y ?h Amiuoninted
Cash Pries, R45 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 01 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 15 cents, CO 00
Cash Price, $44 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 50 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cot.
ton at 15 cents, 06 00
Cftsh I'ruc, $18 00
Titfie l'ricc, in Currrncjr, 58 ?0
Wilcox ?fc liiibhs' ;i?Ianipilla(o<l
Cash Price, ?o& 00
Time I'rico, paj'.ible In Middling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to bo added from Factory, and
nayuble in CASH. All lime .sales to be closed
i>y note, due 1st day of November next.
IItJD(iKNS & BOLT.
KaslCy, S. 0., Feb. 2:?, IS7<5 20
mi AND WINTER GOODS!
Your attention ts "most resfecTfully
culled to the largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Plock of Goods that has
ever liccn exhibited in West Greenville; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low Dial no hotiBc th'.d
?ido of New York can under-sell us.
We sell Goods striolly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
W'e keep constantly on hand a largo lot of
nonijii e.ieii n...i ttT.lMna .it a.i
I" MUMII ?'"J ? ? |'> IV-VO Mini
We also keep on luir.d a Inrpe lot of tho?o
celebrated GltANOK PI.OW STOCKS, to
winch we invite your attention.
We linvo nlso connectod to our Store, a
a T.arpto WAGON YA1U>, with a Well of Oooil
Water, wliicb is free and Ockn to Au,
n;rv a itHoniKii,
Greenville S C., Octobcv 1, lb7o. n?d