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R, 2d Suskday at Il A, N.
Se.J. . a 8d -" 11 A. X
Rey. W. H., Ar -46h 11.x
Rev. We ,. 104 n at Stoona every
1st Buday and turday before, Ut 11 a., M.
TUAW.S-'(. , 8. Lewis and John
PerrUitt bw4m. ry fine apples.
We *Adistand hat an effort is being made
t conuI 'a t n-pike road from thN place
I. Wl' Station We hope success may crowli
The sa Son -Puling fodder has arrived
and our eopl ill be busy for several weeks.
Vot,on- 11 at, e in next and it will be rather
Ot "ad ti e fir candidaies.
r. -J. ohnson has laid on onr table a
aetp ato ' grown on his place this year,
lich 'eas ras over thirty inchos, How is
i at for IOng.
At the recoat protralted nioeting at Cross
Foads chur<h there were 88 accessions to the
lurch; 80 by expetiaoic and 8 by lcter and
aSntation. The me ting was conducted by
iP ,ter, Se. Thoh. Looper, assisted by
4evs,G. W,gsleton,, Stone ahd Alderman.
?Ji84Ai.LWe were glad to meet in our
town the o cr day, Dr. T. W. Folger, who
!as eoeht iraduated and entered into a
Aarge..and voessful practice with Dr. S. W.
Clayton,. e predt for him a successful
Mr. W.. Lesley has several acres of the
"Central iericau red rust proof cotton,"
Ahich is it%a nofelty in this section. The
,italk and leA-es are about the color of the
African yam potate, and it is fruiting finely.
We hope Mr. laeslqy will watch it closely and
give us hi4 oiniol about it when it is gath
In mentionlig Oie marriage of the Rev. D.
.iott, tw 0 three weeks ago, we made
nistake in sat' g that he married a Miss
ilson. His 's name was Martin, instead
Wilson,' and was married Tuesday nigh t
tea of Sun night,
BECONA.-d fotracted meeting was begun
tt Secona chui on the 4th Sabbath of lt
month, and e inued eight days. There
mere six accesbs by experience and one by
autter. They 'c all baptised on the 1st
Funday, instar nd remarklable to say, they
gere all orphan . The meeting was conduct.
d by the Past, Rev. W. B. Singleton, as
.Fisted by Revs . W. Singletoni and D. W.
40Pors --The and( corn in this County is
better thani has 'en known for ycars. The
- e'rain andI are n
* good; b~ -. spring resiesirofo
asany acresd so sobbed the land that it, wa8
i~ ot'possiblc o weplant it, but whore it was
j ossible to o so, the corn looks well, and
4.ith a late 00 ill iunat re and iniake a toller
jbly fair crop, Many planited their stubble
- kid after they I1d( cut the wheat oflf andi wilj
-sake a good cro~ on it. The cot ton is toller
ably. )thotiglI,ve have seen it better.
DUaT0!Auv -Mr. M~arcus Cha~stain's house
was burglarized r(qently and about one hun
dred dollars in gdd and silver stolen there
from, besides some greenbacks, te amount of
which he de not 4ow. T wo men, suspected
<,f the crime, were i rested and brought before
'.gial Justice Tayla , but the prosecution fail,,
ei for the want of eridenco and they were re
l iased. -
A CANDID PilYs1 AN:--It is 1h0t oftent that
3.e find amongst tk medical faculty sufficient
4.ndor to record a - merit whatever to pro
p 'ietary medicine , as it conflicts with their
i terest to do so. lait below we give an ex..
Opinio~ \of a 'egular physician.
BosTON, yan ry lV, 187.-This certifjies
ihat I have rctomm(nded the use of Dr.
TuPtt's Expect oriaLtwz4iseases of the lungs for
the past-two years, andLo my knowledge many
oottles have bcen useg by my patients 'with
beneficial results. Ini t4o cases where it was
thought confirm9d coigumption had taken
place the Expect4'rant afected a cure.
R1. H. SPRLAGUE, M. D.
Used in nearly every locality in many
Bettled beyond a doubt-..No one questions
i ie fact t.hat more cases cf whites, suppres',
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob.
M.ructions, of every kind, are being daily
cazred, by Dr. J- Bradfiel&'s F'emale Regulator
*han by all other remnedlha combined. Its
'4uccess in Georgia and other~ tates is beyond
pecedent in the annals of phi c. Thousands
pf oprtificates from women eve] where pour in
upIon1 the proprietor. The aittgtion of prom
!tnent medical mon is arousert iLbehalf of this
wonderful compound, ara4 tihe lost successi.
ful paIctioners uce It. If WOmlel suffer hero
((n'er it will be their own farit. Female
Regulatdr Is prepared ad soiL by L. HI
iradfield, Druggist, Atlan9\, Oa., ind may ho
tought at $1,50 per bottle\at any\rospectable
D)rug Store In the Union.
nFETIL TRULY wO DERFU .
CARTEnLSyn.LE, On., Apri\ rp,189-T
wdlI certify that two memib rs of' mv imme
doe famiily, after having sug-efred ier many
ve from menstrual irregularity, an' having
a treated without benefit, by variots med.
1 ~~otr were at len g.h comlpleteli cured
le e bott e of Dr. J. 7Lradfiled's FAAIA LE
A4TORl. I therefore deem If mi duty
~ Ib this certitloAth wIth the h'q o
ttCq9tox suueing woinenki d to
~ ~ B9t~~*O~4aenstruain
~ w~her myj own PN~Onal obZ
ei OI n uduh cages istat
~ ~ bia,y 'the remedy be ca leli
The Greates Discovery o
DR. TOBIAS' VENETI4N LINIMENT.
Over 29 Years before the ptiblio. Warrant.
ed, or the money returned, to oure Dysentery,
.Diarrhes, Colio, Spasms, Croup, and Vomit,
ing, taken internally. Perfectly innocent;
see oath with each bottle; and Chronic Rheu
matism, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises, Pains in
the Limbs, Back and chest, externally. Not
a bottle has ever been returned, although
millions are sold annualy. Price, 50 cents.
Dr. TOBIAS' HORSE LINIMENT, in Pint
Bottles, is the best in the world for the cure
of Lameness, Old Sores, Sprains, Colic, and
Distemper. Price, $1.00. Tobias' Derby
Conditiot Powders are superior t any othere,
or no pay. They allay Fever, Purify the
Water, Soften the skin, give a fine coat, and
.mprove the Appetite. Price, 25 cents. Per
fectlf innocent, as Col. D. MoDaniels, who
has seen the recipe teEtifies to, as well as the
Liniment. lie has soine of the Fastest Run
ning Horses in the world. Thousands of cer,
tificates have becn received, Epeaking in hig h
terms of the above medicines. Sold by the
Druggists. LIPPIMAN BROS, Savnnah,
5 TO$7 a Week to Agents. Samples
FREE. P. 0. VICKERY,
1 a day at home. Agents wanted. Out
$12fit and terms,free. True & Co., Au.
The Best Family Medicines
Tested by popular use for over
A QUARTER OF A CENTUARY!
Dr. Strong's Compound Sanative Pills
cure consumption, billiousness, liver com
plaint, malarial fevers, rheumatism, crysipe.
las, and all diseases requiring an active but
Dr. Strong's Pectoral Stomach Pills
cure coughs, colds, fevers, female complaints,
siCk headache, dyspepsia, and all deragements
of the stomach. C. E. HULL & Co., New York,
$5 to 20 per day at*hone. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland. Maine.
Price, Twenty-Five Cents.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH EDITION.
Containing a complete list of all the towns in
the United Stales, the Territories and the
I)ominion of Canada, having a population
greater tan 5,000 according to ilie last con
sus, t.ogetlher withI the names of thle news
papers ha~ving thle largest local cir'culat ion in~
eachi of lie plices named. Also, a cat aloguet
of neCwspaper jC5whlichi are reconuneni'Ided toI
advertisers as giving greatest value in pro,
port ion to prices ehargehd. Also, all news
paper's-inl te1 Unitied SLtte and N'ainada,
1print ing OVe'r ,000) c'opies eachi issue. Also,
alt Ihe Ilel;gieous, a1gri cultuiiral, Scijelltific andi
\lechianical, Aledical, Mlasonic, .Juvenile,
lEdtucationatl, Coiimnercial, Insnrance, lReal
Estate, Law, Sporting, Mlusical, F'ashiion, and
othter special class journals; very compTetc
States. Also, an essay upou advertisin;
mnyll tables of rat es, showing the cost <
advertising ill various newspapers, and evei
Iiig which a bel)ginne*r inl advertisinig w~ul
like to know. Address
GEO. P. RO~WELL & (0,
41 Pa rk I o w, Now~ York.
On and After th(
15th inst, we wvill
WE WILL BE PLEASED T4
servo our fr'i'nds on tho'se. terms, bi
can not soil on time.
All por.sons INDEBTED aro rc
quested to call and close all Account
R, E. HOLCOMBE & SON.
Easley, S. ., July 13, 1876 45
The State of South Carolina
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Baylis W Mansell, Fletcher Mfansell, Camnill
Hlendricks and husband James B Hendrick
and others- Plaintiffs.
James 1Raswell, Robert E Boweni, Wm
Clyde, Henry C Biriggs, Thomas W Russell
Orlando C Folger and others-Defendants
CoMrLAiNT ront RELIEF, &o.
BY virtue of a decreetal order, made by th
JJIon. T. HI. Cooke, Judge of' the Eighit:
Judicial Circuit, on the 18th (lay of July
A. . 1876, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin,
sa Errma Mansell, if any there be ot.he:
than the Plaintiffs ahove named in this ac
tion, are hereby suunnlloned( and( required tc
appear before the Cleik of thisa Court, ident
tify themselves and establish their claims tc
the funds to be distributed, herein on or be.
fore tihe 21st day of July A. I. 1877, oi
forcever be debarred of all benefit uinder thc
dccreeu for distribution to be rendered in t.hi
Oiven uinder my hand and office seal ai
P'ickens, this the 15th day of July A. D.
S. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common lteas for
-Pickens~ County, 8. (1.
July 20. 1876 46 l y
W00OL ROLS alway~s on hand.
.A pply to Mr. A. E. SIMMONS, at the
Wolf Creek Factory, one mile from Piokens
. YE . W. AYL1
I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL.
ly call the attention of the public
to my well''solected and as
sorted stock of
3lS AlD aUmn DT-OD1
DRY & P'ANCY GOODS,
.IA TS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Dents' Clote Made a sped4atyl
All of which I will sell cheap for cash.
I am still Agent for the "EURE%
KA" FERTILIZER, one of the best
in the market.
Price payable in cotton at 15c. 1st
Nov., $60.00 per ton.
Price payable iu currency 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Price payable in cash on delivery,
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $6.00 per ton, to be added
to this point, and must be paid in
Last but not least, lot mo impress
it upon those who are due me on ac,
count for 1875, that I nood the money
and MUST 11AVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at once and favor me as I
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Fe~b 17, 1876 24 t f
DU RY EAS'
S A TIN GL O SS S TA RCL.
TRY IT !
t,s0 it once, and you will use
_IMPROVED CORN STARCHI
Pronouned by Jurors of Great Internationa
Exposition, Paris, 1867, to be the
"PERFECTION OF QUALITY.'
A trial will insure its popularity every
where. None genuine without Duryeas' or
For sale by Grocers generally.
June 8, 1876 40 ly
; .NEW FIRM.
H[IE undersigned have associated witlh
L them in the conduct of their business o1
Tanning and Manufactuing
s IBoots and Shoes,
MR. CHARLES WEITNAUER, as a partner
equally interested with us therein. The
name of the firm will hereafter be the
"OCONEEJ TANNERY." Thankful for past
patronage, we bespeak a continuance of the
same. Our sen Ior', Mr. Filsinger, has a fine
,reputation as a Tanner, and will be able to
supply customers in this line with the best
article of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
a We will continue to manufaoture our first
class hand made
*And offer them on thie best terms.
'OUR BOOTS and SHOES are fQr sale by
WV. T. MoFALL, at Plckens Court House,
a oheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for Hide8 on reasonable4erms.
0. W. FILZINGER,
July 20, 1876 46 tf
TIE undersig~ned will sell at Private Sale,
Ahis v(ial~ual PLANTATION, known as
the Larkin ijndricks place, Containing 112
acres, on wh Ia there are about 40 acres of
first clae's bottom. There Is also a good new
Cotton Gin and Press on the place, good
Dwelling and all necessary Outbuildings.
Another Traot, containing 168k acres, on
which there are fine Up Lands, well timbered
anfd first clag bottom: and a fine Orchard.
All my Interest in Larkin HIendriok's
If not sold at Private Sale before the 20th
of next September, all the above property
will be disposed of at Public Sale.
P. 0. address, D)aousvlleo, Pickens County,
A FINE LINE
D R 5 0 0 OD,
AND EDTICIN AT
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit the times.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARD
WARE. Prices WAY DoWN.
FANCY & FA MILY GROCERIEE
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pur<
and genuine-will cure the sick anm
mn- the well fool better. Try me
Don't bkwaid=TAi asli f<
w hat you wvant..
WV. T. McFALL.
March 30, 1870 30
EASLEY STATION, S. 4
T HE UNDERSIGNED FIR M (SU(
CESSORS to T. W. RUSSEL) hai
opened out business at Easloy Statio:
A. L. R. R., and propose to keep
first class stock of
Which they propose to soil at bottor
prices, as the following pricos ind
Factory Yarn, $1.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 cents per yard.
8-4 Shirting, 61 cents per yard.
Liverpool Salt, $1.65 per sack.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to the dollai
Rio Coffee, best, 4 lbs to the dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 65 cents per lb.
Flour, Family, $7.00 per barrel.
C. IR. Baltimore Bacon, 18 conta pe
All other things in proportion. Al
ways in the Corn and Cotton Market
and other produce taken in exchang
Guanos of tIhe best on hand. Cal
and examine before purchasing.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1876 26
T HIS POPUL AR HOUSE is convenienltl:
located to the Deot; Rooms well furnishe<
and the table suipplied with the best in thi
market. Board reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Table Rock~
Ctesar's Head, or any other point whiol
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE & MOTES,
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURB
you that I
W i ll
Prove to all, that I have as good and ches
lot of Confections as any to ?1e found, an
A man who can beat my Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides the above, I have pi'uchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
Had at any tirue, provided I am not
E le c te d
Intendant, in which case you might,
A g a i n,
Hiave to go homu hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no such missfortuno awaits me, I
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a call, and I
Appease thebr hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and lot
These hard times. Dont forgot to call on J.
R. G LAZENER, who can be found in the Post
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned have opened a House in
Easley, near their Livery Stable, for the pur
pose of conducting a fancy and heavy
Under the Firm, name and style of RICHTEY
3 & WYATT They guarantee bottom prices,
as they intend selling strict.ly for cash. Give
I thena a call.
~H. A. RICHIEY,
Easley, Nov 22, 1b75 18- tf1
The News and Courier for
HI LE canvass now opening is the most im
- Lportant in which the people of South
Carolina have been engaged since the mo
mentous election of 1800. Upon its result
depends the weal or 'Ioc o-f the State and the
T HE NEWS AND COURIER will5 as ever,
be in the front of the fight, sustaining fear
lessly and faithfully the candidates of the
*. National Democratic party, and the action,
whatever it shall be, of the State Democratic
Convention. To this we pledge the whole
power and influence of a journal which, in
the past, has done what it could to serve the
interests, and preserve the rights and liber..
ties, of the people of South Carolina.
'In order that it may be within the moans
a of every Democrat in the State to read TUB
News ANi> CouaRIn during the canvass, we
a have established the following campaign
rates, free of postage and for country sub
scribers only, beginning this day and run
ning to the 15th of November, a period of
J 1 Copy....,...... $ 2 60
5 COpies............ 10 00
10 001)ies............ 17 00
1 Copy..............1 25
5 Copies.............. 5 00
10 CopIOB.............8 75
in overy caso the money must ato
company the order.
. July 27, 1876S 46
1776 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1876
r jARTIES desiring intormantion as to best
..ro utes to the CENTENNIAL, or to any
of thne Summer Resorts or to ,any other point
in the country, should address
B. W. WRENN,
Gen'l Passenger A g't Kenn asaw Route,
June 1, 1876 89 tf
c 0 ILIU M B IA RIEGISTER,
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.
rat 011y De1100ti0 Fare?t t , Caplta1,
TERIMs, IN APVANOR :
Daily., six months, $3 50
r' Tri-Weekly, six months, 2 64)
I Weekly, six months, 1 00
, Book and Job Printing Office
IN TilE STATE.
gg- Address all communications, of what,
ever character, to Manager legistor Pub
RA RT.1, VM& T,Lg &
TTORNR ES k8 Go 00UNz$$
4i2KE NS 0. H.
dewbute of the American Attorneyg AssooL'
dion and of the United States Law A-ooi.a
Col. JAMIS I. #AGOOf is A 0.W
heMr, xud they will give promps attentio' 6
kll business entrated to thea
June 15, 1876 44
fforton, Keith & Hollings oth
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ffill practice in* the Circuit and #robate
,ourts for Pickens County, and In the United
states Courts of this State from that count.
)ne of the Senior partners will be present to
sslst in the transeotion of any Im'portant
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON,
W. C. KEITt
0. L. IIOLLINGSWORTH,P okens 0. .
March 28, 1876 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
PICKENS i. s. . ,
Will Practice in all the CoUrts of tho Stato
and of the United Statos. Business promptly
larch 16 1876 28
VV 111ITN919 F4YXMEN4
ATTORNEY AND OUNSLLoR AT LAWj
GREENVILLE, S. (L .
Practices In-the Circuit ourt and Court 4
Probate for Pickenslounty.
May 16 42 am
ISAAC M. BRYAVN, .
ATTOUNEY AT JAW,
aRIM'SVILLS 0, 1,, S, 0,
Practices in Courts of Pickens
County, and in United States Courts
EAERMT UMS,8BA TI
M4ILL GEA RING- MADE
HAFTING.PUllEYS AND HANGER
The U,NEQUALEDJAS. L EFFEL DOUBLE
ADDRESS O & HUNTV
THEB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of their friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
htook of hneral Merhandi,
Which is always full in its varied%ranches.
They havQ on hand a quantity of different
Staiidard Fertilizers, at tlie following prices;
B r a dIey's Ammnoniated
Cash Prices $45 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price pay able in Middling Cot..
ton, at 15 cents, 00 QQ
Atlantie Phosphate -
Cash Price, $44 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 0Q
Time Price, payable in Middling Cot..
ton at 15 cents, 65 60
Clash Price, $48 00
Time Price, payable In Currrnoy, 5800G
Wilcox & Gibbs' :lYanipu
Cash Price, $55 0Q6
Time Price, payable in Middling Cot
ton, at 17 cents, 70 0Q
Freight to be added from Factory, and
payable in ClASH1. All time sales to be closed
by note, duo 1st day of November next.
HLUDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, S. 0., Feb. 28, 1876 26
1875- - - - - -8187
7ALL AND WINR SQD
JOUR ATTENTION IS MOST RESPEC'19
. fully calldd to the largest and deoidedlj
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that had
ever, been exhibited in West Greenlilleo; oon.
sisting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOESg
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low that to 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, SASHl and BLINDS, at prices thai
We also keep on har.d a large lot of thg
celebrated 0RANGE~ PLO)W STOCKS, :t.
whuich we invite your attention.
We have also connected to our Store, -
i Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Gb:
Water, which is~ Free and Oru,x to Az,r.
0ELY & BIROTRI