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Om Hugh MeLets, 2d Sunday at 11 A. U.
Rev. J. C. Hudson, 8d 44 11 A. x
Rev. W. 11. Ariall, 4th " 11 A. M
Rev. W. B. Singleton at Sacona every '
I'st Sunday and Saturday before, at 11 a. m.
Pay your swtbscrip ion.
ILet uR have peaco."--We will now
nampton Hats att Hagood & Alex
While we writo we look at the
pictu-e of Hampton.
Some o, our Republican friends say
their tonvues have been ai 1t.-They
can lick either side of the buttered
A child has beeli born, in thiA coun,
ty, wearing the red shirt, with arms.
send up your U. S. Martshalis.
We had anotherjuvenile promonade
on last Saturday in h nor of the el
ection of Hampton. The name of
Hamptol is endeared to every fire,
aide, so much so that, when the child
is first able to tirticulato, it lisps the
name of Hampton.
Died, at Pickens C. H., on Sunday
evening, the 12th November, James
Albert., son of Alonzo At. and Eliza.
both Folger, aged 10 months and 12
"The Lord gave, and the Lord hath
taken away; blersed be the natme of
the Lord." *
We have been informed that the
barn of Mr. Richard Lewis, the can
- didate elect for the offiee of Probato
Judge for Oconee County, was re
contly destroyed by fire. It i8 sup
posed to be the wol k of an incendiary.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOIl,
PitcKENs C. II., S. C,, Nov. 6, 1876.
TilIE following TCA CTS Ott PARlCE LS OF
LAND. forfeited 'o the State for nion
payment of taxes in 1872. will be offered for
Male at Public Auction. hy the County T'rea
zirer of 'ickensi, on the 30th day of November,
Keise and McCulley, 711 acres
Martha Hell, 12 aicres
Ann T. E Ree~d, :30 acres
Samuel Maverick's Estate 2,926 aorra
Nuv 0. 1876 18 8
7 HE ti ersi,'ned respect ully info,rms all
Iper.'dns ia.debt ed to im z or, Ula~c'<mith-i
ing, to comte forward andl Netle by the let of
D)ecemiber next, or their ac:outs will he
placed in the hinds of a Trial Justice for
collection. Save cost aLd bettle. I miust have
T. W. IIILL.
Nov 2, 1876 9 8
THE BUSINESS OF HE NDRI KS
& WIL LIA MS at Eeasley S.ation
will be cotinued by the undersigned
A g' od Stock of General Mlerchan
dise, consisting of
BOOTS AND) SHOES,
In store and arriving. All to be sol.i
as ceap as any (other establishment
For Casta or Barter.
We. call attention of 0our trienzd6
whom we have been accommodat.ing,
to their indebtednzess to us. and as~k
them to call at once and sett,le their
acconnts by cash or note.
The death ot Mr. Hlendricks makes
'this call a necessity, and hope that
none will di.4regard it.
Bring in your Produce-the high,
est market prica puaid for Cotton,
Easley, Sept. 26, 1876 4 ti
The State of Southa Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKEJNs.
By [ II. Phai/pot, Judge of Probate.
Whereas. Geo. McAdams hias made suit to
me IVjrant him Let ters of A dminist rat ion.
upon the Estate and Effects of elhn Tranum
'The kindred and creditors of the said
John Tranum, deceased, are therefore oited
to.be and appear before me. in the Court of
Probate, to be holden at Pickens C. H., on
tiaurday, 25th day of November, next, at 11
o'clock, a. mn., to shew cause, if any they
hqve, why the said'ada.inistLrat ion should not
Given under my hand and seal this, the
4th day of November A. D., 1876,
Kov 9. 18'76 102
JIl i 1011I ?? a Cos.
EASLEY STATION, S. C,
Dry-10, kroin , Iawa, ce
WILL SELL OOODS IN THEIR LINE,
as cheap, as they can be bougbt in Pickens
County, for the cash, or in exchange for
country produce. Our TERM are strictly
Ioo SACKS SALT
IN STORE, FOR $1.50 PER SACK
JOUN T GOSSETT & CO.
Mens', Boys', Childrens', Womens', and Miss.
es, BOOT8 and SHOES, in store and to ar
rive,.at prices to suit the hard times-for the
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
And Two Horse TURN PLOWS, Corn Shel.
lers and PLOW POINTS, very low for the
JOUN T. GOSSLTM & CO.
And to arrive, 70 Barrels Common and Extra
FLOUR. Also, a heavy stock of BACON.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
An Elegant line of Prints, at 8 and 10 cents
per yard. Also. a r ice aanortment of ShawM.
Bail Morals. Notions,. Jeans, Linseys, &c.
Come and see them.
JOUN T1. GOSSEIT & CO.
Hats! H ats!!
IIATS, almost. without No. at prices to
suit the miost stingy.
OlIN T. G~OSSETT & CO.
Oct s5. 187t 8
H AGO OD & ALEXANDER'S
PICK ENS C. 1.1 . .
W E A RE NO W RECEiVING
from New York and Baltimore, a lar go
and( splendid Stock of
These Goodsi were carefully selected
and closely bought by one of the firm,
and CAN anid WILL1 BE sold at a8ton
ishingly low figures.
Among the many novelties to be
found in our' stock, is the neat aind
h:andsome TIilde~n, Henmdricks, and
Hampton HATS, anid the stylish
Call early,- amaico your selections
anmd ho hap1py.
HAGs OD & ALEXANDER
Oct 25, 1876 8
TIHlE UND)ELSIGNED RESPECT
fumlly inform the citizenms of Pickens
County, that they hazve opeoned a
AT EASLE Y STATION, S. C.,
WVhicih they propose to sell as cheap
as anyhody for'
CASH OR BARTER,
MAULDIN & HESTER,
Oet, 26, 1876 8 . 8m
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having any demands against
Athe Estate of Rufua Oats, deceased, are
hereby no'ifled to present the same within
the time prescribed by law, duly attested;
and those Indebted to the Estate are requested
to come for ward and l,te.
M ARY A. OA TS, A dms, and
4LONZO M. FOLOBR, Adg'or.
Nav 2, 167 6
'ime to Pay Me
Sometlhiny on your account, so that
I can keep isp my Stock of
G -ods and always have
Want on hand at all times. It you
Anything on Last Yearti' Account.
Don't put ii e off any longer, but
come eq,iare up.
If you watt more Goods
Them to you on vasy terms. I want
to sell you
flu Sw is
Or for Cash or Barter, or
That wilt best suit you,
Be :ndereal, and my New Stock of
!)ry Goods, Uos Shioes, l la-, &vc.,
ciat be beat. Call an see mec.
W. T. McFAL..
Oct 12, 1876 6
EASL EY STATI,ON, S. C.
OU R SENIOlt, T. W. RUSSELL,
has just reoturned from tho
North, whoe ho pure:h
ased the best and
EVERI BROUGHT TO TiS MARK
ET, which we proposo to sell
to suit the times.
You cant find anything you want in
AND WE PROPOSE TO SELL IT
to you if you give us a trinl.
Weo are always in the Market for
PRODUCE of' any kind.
Remember your Guano 15 eents
Cotton will expire the 1st of' Novoem
her. Govern yourselves accordingly'
R USS EL L, M A Rl'IN & CO.,
Oc t 12, 1876 6
THIE UNDERS1GNED llAS OPENED A
FIRST CLASS HOUSE at Liberty Stat ion, 8.
C., and is prepared to take permanent or
transient Boarders at reasonable rates.
The Table will be supplied with the best
the market affords.
He also keeps a select STOCK OF ME R
CHIANDI8E on Nand, which is- offered to the
puibbe cheap, for cash. Conisult your own
interest and call on him.
J. 3. NIX.
Liberty,_S. C., July 18, 176 46 tf
ALL. persons indebted to the Estate of
AJames M. MicFall, deceuised, either by
note oacon,are requeste*d tcmefor
fard and settle the saime, on or befo&e the
15th day oftNovemnber next. Partie, failing
to do so, will after that date, find i beiu so.
counts in the hands of an officer forecolection.
W. T. MoFALL, Adm'r.
Qet 8. 1976' 6 8
[ WOULD AGAIN RESPECTPUL.
ly call the attention of tho public
to my well bloceted and us
sorted stock of
AnD 1m3 -IT-O3
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
JZAT AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
lab' 1oig IO & spliaty.
UARD WARE, &C.
%i of which I will sall cheap for cash.
I am stiH Agent for the "EURE
A" FEr1LI7ER, one of the best
n the market,
Price payable in cotton at 15c. It
Nov., $60.09 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
.o this point, 'nd must be paid in
Last but not least, let me impress
t upon those who sre due me on ac-,
,otnt for 1875, that I need the money
ind MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at once and favor me as I
M. WI. VORID.
EASLEY STA'ION, S. C'
Feb 17, 1876 24 tf
stoves, Tinware~ and House'
CROCKERY, GLASS AND SILVERI PLATED
WARE A SPECIALTY.
R oofing and Repairing done at short notice,
it the lowest prices. We usk all the people
>f Pickens and adjoining Counties to call and
examTine our stock. We certainly Bell Goods
~heaper thain they have ever been sold in this
miarket. All Goods guaranteed.
To Merchans-we wholesala Tinware as
~heap as Northern markets. Send for Price
J. E. CURTIS & CO.,
Greenville, S. C.
Se,pt 28, 1876 4 8m
The undersigned offer their entire STOCK
)F GOODS at cost and carrige. Their stock
G3lassware, &c., &c.
If you want more Goods for the same
noney, you will have to go to New York or
ome other market, as we are determined to
lose out our stock at the lowest possible
Come and be convinced. Examine for your
elves and gotr will see that we mean business.
iW All persons indebted to us will please
all a nd set tIe, as we desire to- olose up our
jusiness by the 1st of December.
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
Oct 26. 1875 8, tf
T HIE undersigned have associated with
them' in the conduct of their business of
Fanning and anufhectuing
Boots and f4hoes,
\tPR. CIIARLES WETITNAUER, as a partner
'qually Interested with us thierein. The
tame of the firmt will hereafter be the
"OCON EE TrANN ERIY." Thianktul f-r pa,st
patroinage, we bespeak a continuance of the
,amwe, Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, has a fine
reputation as a TaLnne,r, and will be able to
mupply customners in this line wih (lhe best
irticle of 80LE. UPPER ANDI HARNESS
We will con,tinue to manuft.cture our Erst
ilass hand made
lUSTS AUB SI0EM,
andI ofer them on the besat terms.
OUR BOOTS anid SHlOE3 are fo'r sale by
V. T. McoFA Lh, at Pickens Court Hfouse,
heap fotr cash, or whrich will be exchanged
or Hides on reasonatbie terms.
0. WV. FIL~ZINGER,
NEW GOODS I
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C. e
The undersigned have opened a House In tj
Easley, near their Livery Stable, for the pur. a
pose of conducting a fancy and heavy
Under the Firm, name and style of RICHEY
& WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices,
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give V
them a call.
11. A. RICHEY,
A. 0. WYATT.
Easley, Nov 22, 1875 18 tf
- 0-_ -
On and After the
15th Inst, we will
OAZH OR DARTER ONLETY
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO
serve our frintidt on thuse terms, but
can not gell on timo.
All persons INDEBTED are ro
quested to call and close all Accounts
R. E. HOLCOMBE & SON.
Easley, S. C., July 13, 1876 45
'ised in nearly every locality i many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob,
structions, of every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr J- Bradfield's Female Rlegulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in- Georgia and- oilher St at es is beyond
precedent in ti.e annals of phisic. Thousands
of cer tifliates from women everywhere pour in
upon the proprietor The attention of prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, and the most success
ful practioners use it. if women suffer here
after it will ba -their own fault. Female .
Regulator is prepared and sold- by L. Ii.
Braidfield, Druggist., Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought, at $1,50 per bot tle at any respectable
Dr-ug Store in the Union.
EFFEcTL TRULY WOND)ERFUL.
CARTERBvILLE, OR., April 26, 18G9.-Thig
will certify that two members of my immne
diate family, after having suffered for many<
years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical dloctors, wer*e at length conmpletely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J. Iiradfield's FEMA LE
REGULATOR. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certifi'cate, with the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womenkind to
the merits of a medicine whose puwer in cur,
ing irregular and suppressed menstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob
servation. Its effect on such cases is truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy be called
"Woman's Best Friend."
Yours respect fully,
JAs. w. STRANcJE.
Sept. 7, 1876 14 1
NOTICE is hereby given that application C
has been made to I. H. Philpot. Esq.,1
Judge of Probate of Pickens County, for leave '
to make a Fin'd Bettlement of the Estate of
Dr. Jno. M. Field deceased, on the 4th day of
December next, and to be discharged there
from as administrator.
WV. T. FIELD, Ad'mr. t
Oct 26, 1878 8 5
Est ate N attee.
A LL prosindebted to the Estate of Dr.
JM Field, deceased on Medigal Ac- C
count or otherwise, will please come for'ward 1I
and settle the same) on or before the 4th day
of December next; and those having demands
against the Estate will please meet me ont p
thait day at. Pickenis Court liouse, with their h
accounts properly proven. Mr. Isaac Nim
mons is authorired to receive and receipt for
any monies that may be paid him.
WV. T. FIELD), Ad' mi.
Oct 26, 1876 8 4
EINA.L SETTL MENT,
INTOTTCE is hereby given that appliention
hias been ma~de to I. H. Philpot, Judge
of Probate of Pickens County, for leave to
make a Final Settlement of the Esta e of S.
V Gloodlett, dteceasedi, on the 4th day of De.
cember next, and to be discharged therefromu
M ARY L. GOOD LETT, Adm'ix.
Oct 26. 1S76 8 4
CO LU4MBIA REGISTER,4
DAILY, TRI-WEEXLY & WEEKLY.
?b Ol D11o ?at00 1a e? at thB Cap1ta1.
TERMS, IN APVAN~E
Daily, six months, $8 60
Tri-Weekly six months, 2 60
Weekly, six months, 1 00
Book and Job Printing Office
gg A ddress all communications, of what, I
ever character, to Mianager IRegister P'ub
liehing Company, Columbia. 8. C..
Mae 1. 18%87
CARLE, WE, h TAYWXV
I TTORNE YS CQURSML025
PICKENS C. H.
fembers of the American Attorneys Asoc.&
tion and of the United tates Law Associa.
Col. yAIMES E. NAOOD Is anoelated wiA
iem, and they will give pro"npt attenslon be
11 businets entrusted to thQa.
June 16, 1876- E.
forton, Keith & Holugswort%
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
fill practice Ia the Circuit and Prae
our(s for Pickens County, and in the United
tatew Courts of this Sate from that county.
ne of the Senior partners will be preset be
esist in the transaction of say importat
usiness durin'g vacation.
J. J. NORTON, Walaa
W. C. KEIT11, W
G. L. MOLLINOSWORTU,Pickeas C. H.
March 23, 1876 29
HOLCOXBE & CEILir
A TTONE YS AT LA W.
PI C R E N S C. H. S. o,
Fill Practice in all the Courts of the State
nd of the United States. Business promptly
March 1G 1870 28
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Al .AW,
GREINVILLE, S. C.
[)ractices in the Circn'it ourt and Court e
LProbate for Pickens ounty.
MAy 16- 41 60
ISAAC X,- BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAV*
&-ZTMLLE C. L, 3. C.
Practices in Conrts of Pick
.nnty, and in United S,ates Courts
THlE UNDERSIGNED) RESPECTFULLY
n'l the at tention ot' their friends to the faos,
hac, in addition to their
iecr Is always full' in Its varied branches.
'hey have on hand a quantity of different
randard Fer'tilizers, at the folIowing prios.
~ra d Iey'-s Asmmemiated
asht Price, g-4506
"me Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
ime Price payable in Middling Cot
ton, at 16 aents, G0 00
asha Price, $44 00
'nte Price, payable in Currency.
inme Price, payable in Middling Cot
ton at 16 cents, 8"a 09
ash Prii e' $48 09
ime Price, payale in Currrney, 63 00
Vilcox & Gibbs' Xaufpu
ash Pr ee, $65 08
ime Pirice, payab)le in Middling Cot
ton. at. 17 ceunts, 70 00
Freight to be added from Factory, and
ayable in CA Si. All time sales to be elosed
y note, due 1st day of November next.
HUDGENS & BOLT.
asley, 8. 0., Feb. 23, 1876 28
.8715- - - - - - - 1875.
7ALu AND !UTfl lIM!
OUR AT'TENTIONIS8 MOST RESPECT
f1yc'alled to the largest and decidedly
he tCilEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
ver been exhibited in West Greenville ; eon
istinig $, DRY GOODg, BOOTS, SHOES,
IATS, HARD WARE, CROCKERY,
fROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so kow that no house this.
ide of New York eann nuder-sell us.
We sell Goods strtetty for C48fl, which
nables na to inake th~e above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
)OORS, SASIl and BLINDS, at prices that
We also keep on har.d a large lot of thee
elebrated OR ANGE PLOW STOCgS, ,'io
rhich we I-. 4ie your at tenfr:on.
We hate afso connected to our Store,
Large WAGON YA RD, with a well of Good
fater, which Is Free arnd OPEN to A.
CELY & DROTEER.
(tr'en-"lle B. C., October) 3975. .soE