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Rev. Hugh MleLees, 2d Sunday at 11 A. U.
Rev. J. C. Hudson, 8d " 11 A. x
Rev. W. H. Ariall, 4th 4 11 A. K
Rev. W. B. Singleton at 8acona every
lst Sunday and Saturday before, at 11 a. m.
Read the Auetion Notice of Messrs.
Brown & Hendricki in this issue.
The State Fair has been postponed
until the 5th of Decembor.
Fvely farmer shoild sow bountiful
ly of wheat and onts. Let cotton be
a secondary consideration.
It is safer to affront some people
than to oblige them; for the more a
man deserves the worse they wiIl
speak of him.
SNOW.-A light snow fel-l at this
placd on Sunday night. The "back"
mountains were white.
Harmipton's election has killed the
hopes of many ardent, supporlors of
Chambei lain; but "sieh" is life.
-With a Democratic Government,
peace and harmony will reign
throughout the State.
The single mei at E:tley Stntion
are so much rejoiced t the election 1;f
Hampton that they have nearly all
concluded to get married. heing atis.
fied that under his adni;istratLion
they will be enlabled to support a wife
handsomely. Wiatch our hynenals
for the next few weeks.
The colored men with whom we
have conversed tuiee the election, ex
press themselves as bo-ng Fatimfied
with the election of Hlatnptot. Many
of them say they now regret that they
did not voeo for him, and in the future
they intend to eo-operato with th
Domocraer. Two years of Demo
cratic rule will conv inte them Ib 1t it
is to their interest to do so, and in the
nxt election wo predict tit half of
i.lwm will vote( thme Demnocra'io tiet.
EAsIIMnoRE An' [R TI iR Y. - On NI,':i
daty nigh~lt after the election, :mnd onl
Thiursday, iihit to l~ih>ig, Ihe D)emos%
('rney* of this. iss and'81( viciityl c:tUed
(out "'AshIifmtr's~ A rtiillery ." whieb con,~
v'ist el two( huge anvils. and~ had a re
gulair jub:lileo over t.lw ~ce'. of our
p)eerless4 HJ a~mpt The firing. whinch
51ions, atml ai buIzza; ('li suceed eahII
repoi(rt. Thi.e ha, lii en t af iire1 rejoie,
igover the elecvtijo ait Ii -i;) n.ptnIh
wats everj.)fore. knIown ini tia ( ('unlty.
Thou lit tie 1j. y'n are i l~ 'hoo-- ma w- n
for iliai mpto. .
Thei1 lad(ie$ tul Courteston. Ohai:ve inIP
augurated a movemnti to purheli~
the o11ld Hmipton residence in Colum
biat, and1( presenI)t it to G overnior Hamp
tops in the namen of the pole of the..
State. Funds for this piros are50*I to
be raised by a dollar' subsceription.
WYe tr'ust this~ patriotic effort 01 the
fair daughters of the State may ter
There is to be a grand b11all it CUk,
4umnbia when Governour lItipton is
A LL the memabers of Keowee Lodge, No.
.-79, A.-. F.-. M.-. are requested 1o ait tend
our next Itegular t:ommumincat ion. December
4th, as important. businless will thien be tmrans,
acted, and preparation mnmst be umade for the
meeting of the Gurnd Lodge.
Take due notice anid govern .tourselves8
By order of the W. M.
WV. (3. FIELD, Sec'ry.
N 3,I186 12 2
AUCT ION !
T HE undersigned will sell nt PUBLIC
AUC'T'ON, on SaIedny in DECEMUElR
next, their entire
STOCK OF GOO.D ,
Their stock oons8ist of : Dry Groods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Cutlery, Classware, &c.
Those indebted to us will do0 well to settlie
by.ihat duay, we would regret havmg to suo
any one. If you do not set tle, you will posi.
titet he sued . Look out, we mean just whmat
. E a e a Hespen-s ('olly,
, BROWN~ & HEE RICKS.
.I6QV 28, 185 12 tf
Homestead and Exemption.
N OT LCE Is hereby given that Mrs. Marlaah
i'E.Oaenbrell, widow of time late J. MIad
den Gamibrell, ha&s applIid t mo to hauve a
HIomnstead eet off to herself and cildren out
of eeproperty of' her lte husbmand, accordine
tosansaetof thme Generail Assenbmle oifthe,Smate 09
Roeth CatLuolinma, rapproved &'ibritory 22d, 1873,
and4 the. tamen will be. he.ar.l in my office mnt
l'ickens Court Houmse~ on 25ith mday of Novem,
be r, 1876. ~I.PIPT
Oa28. 1876 8
J011 T. lQUITT & CO.,
EASLEY STATION, 8 c,
D7-hok, roeriel, Muare, &c
WILL SELL GOODS IN THEIR LINE
as cheap, as they can be bought, in Pickeni
County, for the cash, or in exchange foj
country produce. Our TERMS are strict;
Ioo SACKS SALT
IN STORE, FOR $1.50 PER SACK
JO1N T. GOSSETT & CO.
Mens', Boys', Childrens', Wome's', and Miss
Ds, BOOTS and SRES, in store and to ar
rive, at prices to suit the hard times-for h<
JOHN T. GOSSE]T & CO.
And Two flot'se TURN PLOWS, Corn Shel
lers aind PLOW POL1\Ti, very low for th<
JOHN T. GOSSLIT & CO.
And to arrive, 70 Unrrels Common rawl Extrr
'LOUR. Also, a heavy stock of UACON.
JOHN 1'. GOSSETT & GO.
An Elegant line of Prints. at 8 anid 10 c,nt.
per yard. Also, a nice azssort metl of' Shawls
lia Mornis. Notions, .Jeans, Linseys, &c.
on.e and see thecm.
JOllN 1. GOSSE iT & C:o.
H ats! Hats!!
I ATS, :c'nitt. without No. at price.s t<
mIit thle mocst s tngy.
OliN T1. (1O'-SETI' & (CO.
Ocj 25. 1876i 8
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S
PICK ENS C. 11., S. C.,
W E~ A RE~ NOWV 1RIECEIVIN(2
from NewV York and41( Baltimiore,a larg< ~
and sid a~,endid StockC of
Tliose Goods were carefully' seleete.
and clos.ely boughat by (one of the firm
anud CAN antd WVJ, iiE W~iddaato
Amoung the ma:ny nIovelties to hi
f'ound inl our sttock, is4 theO neat ttIc
h:andsomue T.jiIldet, II'lietrick, ami
11Iamp jton COLLAlt
Calil early , tmasto your selection:
andi( bo hasppy.
IIAG OF) & ALEXAND)Elt
Oi)t 25. 1876 8
TIIlE UNDIEhiSIGN ED RESPEC'J
fuI jlly if'orm the cit izenst (of Ptke n
Counrty3, t hat they havye openied:
AT EASLAEY STATIION, S. C.,
WhT ich~ they'~ propose o se' as chiet
as~ any' boidy foar
MA'II)N & IIESTlER.
Oct, 26. 1876 - 8 3mi
Notice to CredItors.
ALperson71- having any demands aginil
l'>h it&t of' Rufius (O)ats, decease<l, nr
hereby n'~ died to presetnt tho qsme wit hi
he time pirescri bed by law, duly at est er
nnd t ho,e indehted to the Estacte ar' reuesitC
tj oime forward aned settl.
MARY A. OAT1', M'lsa, and
A LUNZO M. FOLOERt, A dm'r.
Time to Pay Me
Smethia'g oil your aIcco t, so that
I c l ep 1l) my% Stock.! of
G..ods and ilways have
Want on hand at all times. If you
Anyihing on Last Year,' Aeciunt
Dou't wut 1 0 ofF any l1nw but
If you wat t more Go ids
Themtt yin on aav ter:ns. want
Or for Cash or B ler, or
That wil best Suit ()I>
B t imler'- I am l mV New~ Steek oif
cdini be! beat. Ciall and see mei.
O,-t 12. 1I70 0
(OURI SENIOR. T.X W. RUSSELL,
has jusMt relturned't from theo
Nr~orth, wvhere he pura':h
EVEh RO1UG IIT TO TIIT S MA RK
ETi, whieb we 1I-Opose to) sell
to suit the times1C.
IYou car find antingiu yon- want in
AND I)\E PlhUOl'OSE TO SEL I 'iii
to you if you giv VCs1 a tril .
We ae alwa'~ys in the Market lou
P' )LT(UCE of any"~ ki nd.
Csot ton n ill expjiret. thle 1st oft Novem~uu
I?USSEKLL. M.\RI.IN & C.
Oct 12, 1876 6
FIlIItSTL (CLA.SS liOUSE at Libetrty Sttior;.
C., anhd i s prepared to taiko p' rmanen lt e
transiet' lBoardersi at reasnale raties.
The iTabl wll) biI e sup ' ed (1 withI i the be
th m:n- ket. affords.
lie a o keeps a select WTI 'K I OF M1E
(CII \ N I)lSE on hand, which is offe'red (o ;io
pubbe cheaup, for c ish. C2onsulu your owi
ite treslti a d cill on him.n
J. J. NIX.
Liberty, S. C., July 18, 1876 4G i
t Lpersons indtedlic to the Estaite' o
A' tiJa es \f \1e Pal I. drce e'lvI. eithr by J
nt (ot'o auttCif, arte rajisrd itt comte for
1; firdl and settle the same. on or beftore thie
(d 15athI day of Novemb er ou.~t. Par ie s Ii ling
10 do so. will alfter that date. tind. their aic
coiunts in the hanttds of' an o'fTicer for collect ou
W. T. iF'A L L, A dm'r.
QOt 5. 1976 3 3
n M O 0 D S!
I WOULD AGAIN R1ESPECTFUL.
w1y call the attention of the publio
to iy well selectcd and us
sorted stock of
SING AND i l DRY4QODS,
DRY & If.ANCY GOODS,
EATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SIIOES
GROCE RI ES
1IA RDWA R E, &.
All of which I will soil cheap for catl
I am still Agent for tho -'EURE,
KA" FER l'ILIZEt, 0n of the best
in tho market.
Price payable in cotton lit 15c. IIt
Nov., 860.00 per toil.
Price payable in curroncy 1. Nov.
$55 00 per ton.
Price payable in cash on delivery.
$17.50 per ton.
Freight $6.00 per tcm, to be added
to this poinl', ad must bo paid in
Last but riot least, leti mo impre6,
!L upon those Who nro duo u11 (in aC
countt for 1875, that I need the m11oneM
:1Ine1 (,IU HIAV E SETTLEMENTS
Pay up it oiceo and favor me as I
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Febli 17, 1,76 21 tf
Stoves, Tinware anid House'
CROCKERY, GL.\SS A\NDI SiILVER PLATEI
WARI A SPECIALTY.
Roofing and Repairing done at sho~rt not ic
it I ihe lojwest prices. n\ e ausk all the peopl
of' Pieken,s aitol :dj inling ('ountties to) ca!l an
exaunin' our1 stock. We certainly hell Good
chea'tper than they have ever been sold in thi
omirk et. All Gods girnt'f I eed.
To' :\erchantsx---we whlolesala Tintware a
cheapLI as N ort hern markets. Sendi for P'ric
J. E. CUlITIS & Co.
Grcenville, S. C.
Se. 28. 187G 4 3
OFFICE OF COUNT'Y AUDITOR.
Ptcia:Ns C. II., S. C., Nov. 6, 1 876.
rp fii: following TIliACT'S OR P~AItRELS 00
LA N I). forfecit ed to 1lie State for nion
paymenflQt ofsC taxes in 1 87L, wi'I be offered' Lm
saile ait Pubflie Auetlion, by the Cottmiy Treais
o rer' of' Piecens, on the 30 th day of November
Keese andH \leCulley, 711 acrec
%Iolat .ha ell, 1 2 acreC
Ann T1. E Lleeud, 30 alcre(
Samuel \Ilaverick's Estatfie 2.926 acre
ALONZO Ni. F,mLt;ERf,
Nov 9, 1576 183
i N I uitaf' ~ler i; ned r eetfuilly infoyrms all
..prs i m'~' tletetd to himt fitr Blactksmahtl
ing, to conme forward'u ani'd seL tle' by the 1s't o,
De'cembser next, or Itheir aiccountts will b)
poacsd in the htandrtl o a 'lTrial Justice fmr
collect iotn. Save cost anid set ti. I1 nmust hav<
T. W. ILL.
Nov 2, 187t 9 .3
Oconee Tan ner
1 v1 i udersign ed Iav a ~ fssoci at ed wit
t hem in lie conduc.t o' their business o
Tannulig aund anuufnsetuing~
IIoots anud ShIoes,
NI Ri. ('11 \llLESM WEI'TNAUEi'R, aaprn
e<pmtily int,eresrted with nav theoreina Tfh
itanie of the firm will hereafter he tit
paltrttnage. we bespeak a contrinuance of th
samte. Ohur setnor, Mr. Filzitnger, has ai fito
r.IputaItion as aL ''Tannter, anid will be~ abhle
supply cstomersiti fine with the h
aticle of MuLE, UPPER AND) IIARNES1
We will convt inueI to ma nuf'acfure our firs
clas.e handuu mado
And offe5 them on the bie,t terms.
(IURI B( OT1S anu d .10 are for sale h
WV. T1. MIcF". LL. at l'iekenis Court I lous~
cheap f'or crTb, or which will hie exchange
fo: lides on reaisonable termis.
(. WV. FILZINGER,
NE H A E i 14"SE MEN IS.
AT EASLEY STATION, S. 0.
The undersigned have opened a House in
Easley, near their Livery Stable, for the pur
pose of condticting a faicy and heavy
Under the Firm, namie and style of RICIIEY
& WYArT. They guarantee botioml prices,
as they intend selling st.rictly for cash. Give
thei a call.
II. A. RTCHIEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Easley, Nov 22, 1875 13 tf
On and After the
a lth Inst,* we will
OASU O1 DAflE OINLEYl
WE WILL 13, PLEASED TO
servo otur fri.!tid on t1w.0 terinl, bul
ctt) not Bel! ol timo.
All persons IN 11BTED are re
quested to call and close all Accounts
it. E. IIOLCOM BE & SON.
EaslkY, S. C., Julv 13, 1876 45
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a dotbt-No one questions
the ftact lint more casc, of' whites. stippres
sed and ir'egular imenses and uterine ol,
strucnions, (it every kind, a%; r e being daily
cured, by Dr' J- liraidfieldl's Fein''nle Regurltor,
tihin by al l other reried ies comba inred. irs
suIccess in Gea orgia and othiier Startes is becyoi
pr'.cedernt ini i.e annairls of phrisic. Th'ioursands
oft cert ificateser f'rm woumeni every where paour in
upoan thre proaprret or. Th Ie attentution at p)'rm
ientimeical mecn is ' rnrnwed in beLintf of th Iis
wonid'rful cormpolundi, arnd rthe most sucees
fu pr'actrionenrs uise it. Itf womn rsurff'er he re
afteri it. will h? rtheir own fnuiat . F'emiale
lleagurlaror is pr'epar'ed iand sold by L. II.
PiradIfieldl, l)rurggisrt, Artlantta, Ga., aind may he
bouighr at $1.50) per horttle at- any respectable
1)rung Store in thre Unrion.
r rrEIe(TJ. Tn ULY' WONnrE TiFr'L.
CAnTPr:''rI.r.E, (lR., A pril 26, 1 8t) --Thris
wvill cerrtify that r wo memerrars of rmy irmmer
dliate f:'ilyaI~, after Irnrvir-g srufTered for maany
year is fromr rmenral rre 'rrguarnity. arid having
been treate rd w rhutir benretir, by variours mred.
icarl dIoctotrs, we.re at. le'ngthI comparlerely cra-ed
by olae bottle otf )r. J. Hnh;i ield's FE MALE
1 EG U L.\TOlt. I thr icefore deemn irt my dc'ry
to funrnishr thris (Cetillennte, withJ the hope of
d'rwinig :arterntion of snifecriang woamenikindi to
the mr i rs of iared icinrie whrose powuer in r, r
r.; i r'regnrr : and sup ~pr'essed mernst ration,
i ns been proven unider rrry own persoanal ob
servanrtin irs effect ona saneh Cases is triu v
w ondae ri til, aand well un y tire r'emendy be cal le~d
"\\ omnr's lest F'rienrd."'
Yours' respect f'ully,
Jas. w. SrnIaOn.
Sept. 7, 187O 1 4
NO'1Ci's hereby givyena t a rn pplicat ionf
Ju rdge ot P'roh:nie of Pickerrs CJountry, for Ileav e
to rrake a lFimd: Sa'rHament of' thre E,late of
lIvr. Jnoa %l. F'ield deca':sed. ona the 4th dany of
I )ecemaba'er ext. an tiiiro he di schrarged1 I thre
fror'a ais adal.itlisrtrator a.
W. T FIELDI, Ad'mnr.
Oct 26, 1876 8 5
A ,,per'sonis imldht ed to thei Est ate of' Dr.
J.i Fibl deceasred oar Med iaal Ac
(counit or' othrawin. will I'enrse cLame forwrad
rad settle' tihe s:ranre oar or bf'ore tIre 4th dnay
aot lieceinrt trexa; and thIose ha:viang demanrdis
argainrst thre Larate will pFerse maect tae arn
ait dry at Pickenrs 'ort ilourse, with threir
alccoumillsIY1' p ipelyP'1Vt prv n Mr. isa arc Nimn
amonas rs anthtorizedl to rceive anda r*eceipt for
anry moanies~ that arny hei p-ahal hima.
W.'IT. IFIELD), Ad'mur.
Oct 26, 1h76 8 4
& IN AL SIETTL MIENT.
TT)IIE is hereby given that lr1ilention
Li Iha beeni ta'rde to I 1. II ipo:. ,J uge
of P'r obrte of Pirckens~ Counrty. 'or Iie.ive to
riarke n' !'inal .-uulemenicat of tIre Es; a e of S.
D) Ghoh-tt, deconsedl. on rhe 4th dr(ay oaf D)e
eemerrror neaxt, awli to ho dlischrargedI thaerefromn
Ir a r minisatr r:x
Ma kY L. GOOD)LETT, Adr -.
Oct 20a, 1S76 8 4
COIL U iI; A REmnTEi,
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.
TERMs, IN AI'VANCE :
t. Daily. Six mniatihs, $3 FJ)
Tri W%eekly six mornthis, 2 50)
Weekly, six morn hs, 1 uo
CHI [EA PE'ST
SBook and J'ob Printing Office
LV Til N ST.-1 T E.
I - -.
Mr A ddarss aill commurrnicauone, of what,.
ever' characn(ter,' to A1lnager Iist er Pub
liulbing ('omrpainy, Columbria. 8. C.
M ina' 18, 16 '-7t
N E W A DV ERWTIsHMl EN Ts.
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
A TTOJNEY- & c )UISL
PICKENS C. If.
Members of the American Atorn6ys Assot...
atiou and of the United- States Law Assoola.
Col. JAME8 E. HAGUOD is associated wih
them. aud they will give prompt attentiod-to
all businxss entrusted to them.
June 15, 1876 41
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTOItNEYS A 7 LA W,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probale
Courts for Pickens County. and in the Unlied
Sates 'ourts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
as-sit in the t-ransaction of any important
business during vacitioti.
J. J. NOR'TONt 1Wahalla
IW. C. KEITl. Whl
C. L1. IIOLIANiSwUlTi,'ickens C. It.
March 23, 1876 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
A TTORIV '.S AT LA .
' I CK ENS C. I1. S.C.,.
Will Practeice in all the Courts of the Stato
ainl of tle Luite( States. J1uJineFs promptly
March- 16- 1P76 28
ATTORNEY ANDefoUN9rro ATLA
GREENVILLE, S. C.
P ractices iii the 'irelit otu t and Courtfo
Probate for Pickens ointy.
May 16 426
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
MAEN71ILLS 0, So, So Of
Praotices in C"muts of PiCkena18
Mdty, andi I(T tited Stilt(! CoUrtg
,HAF TING.PUllFYS AND IIANGEW
TIIE UNDEIGNEDp luESPECTl ULLY
call th e at tenitoni or their friends to the faiot,
hat, in addition to their
Whl,ich is amlwauys ftill in its varied branches.
The hv11ave on han nd a (jant1 ily ofC diffleret:
-St andaird Fert ilizers, at, the follh'owing prieer
13 r aI dI e y '8 AinnnonIated
Cash Pr'ice, Pl45 00ac.CM
Time Paice, payable in Currency, 61 00)
I'imne P'rico ptnyah!e in .Miidaing Cot
ton, at. 15 gents, 60 00'
Cash Price, $44 00'
Ti ne Priwe, payabie in Otnrrenicy.
l'ame Price, p~iaable in Mliddling Cot
ton at I5 cents, 65 00'
('ash Prite, $18 Of)
lTimr' Price, payiable in Currrncy, 63 00
Wlilcox & (Mlbbs' ianip.u
Cah Pr'ico, S55 00'
Timte P'rice, i yable in Aiddllingf Cot
lon, atI 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to bIe ad-lei' from1n Faictory, andc
pybl in CA. iI. A'l ~tn ' ales to he closed
by noto, due 1st day of Novatiher niexI.
IP2UDG & BOLT.
Eaisley, S. 0., Feb. 23, 18Sf 26
18 5 - - - - - 175
URATTF'NTION IS \10T RlESPECT
Xfuly called to the harigest and decidedly
thle Ci E APEST Stock of (Goods t hait has
ever been. 'xlhibit ed in West Greenville ; con
Sistinig of' Db'Y GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
H '"S, HIAPDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so !ow that no house this
PideC of New York enn tin lear-sell us.
We sell GJoods strimly for C \AI. which
enabhles us to nauak, thec ;i '' -lc,l o-ni fn.
Wae ke.ep con4t:antly onu n.!aire lot oIf
IJ001t8, SASI Silt and B[ L I).>, a t prices thant
We also keep on her.d a birge lnt of' tho.oo
celebr,a~'l 011.\NC E PELOW STCC KS ',
which we invite yotur afientoni.
Wo have also connectedl to our Store,
a Large WAGON YA li), withI a well of Goorf
Water, which is Free ,anel OPEN to Ar.
OELY & IIROTJfER.
Greenville S. C., October 1 1876. mot