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Retv. Hugh McLees, 2d Sunday at 11 A. N.
Rev. J. C. Hudson, 8d " 11 A. M
Rev. W. II. Arlal, 4th " 11 A. N
Rev. W. B. Singleton at Sacona every
lot Sunday and Saturday before, at 11 a. n.
We are authorized by the Auaitor,
A. M. Folger, Esq., to state that the
sale of forfeited lands it4 postponed till
Friday, Decembor 1it.
This is the season for back-bone and
spare ribes. if you havo hogs to kill,
do so at once, for feart cholera, or some
other two-legged monster, may do
the job for you. They sometimes
We advise our farmers, if they have
not already made i sufficient nowIlngs
of wheat, to continue during the
whole of December. Some kinds of
wheat do as well sown in December
as earlier. We have known excelleit
wheat produced from seed sown in
We are requested to state that a
Union Mceting will be held at Enon
church on Friday, before flfth Sunday
in December. Tho churches, com
posing the Third Union District, are
requested to send up delegates.
Business of importance will como be
fvte the body.
STEWARD1S MEETING.-ThO Stow,
ard's Meeting for Pickens Circuit will
be held at Easley Station, (Mt. Olivet
Church) on Friday before the second
Sunday in next month-being the 8th
day of December. A full attendance
is earnestly requested.
W. H1. AR1AIr, P. C.
We have had thus far a most favor.
able autun-dry, clear, anId l)!cas
ant weathetr. Tbeo coll li(i I3ay
weather incident. to th ap..proatih
of winter is begitnn1ing to ome upon
us. The cott1n crop is welikniigh
gatheredl In thItis region. T1he hi rmrnCs
are now h)eginintg to ga ther th;e corni
crop, whiich is cetat inly~ a fin one,
ec,ILially ont lhe t uad--thie bottoin
vf thet keen(Cville News, bem~ Columu
for whliat. 'The Devil ,,uly knox's.. Its
thU). f1u.t tittcle e .a s vev' eatne 10i
ttrn.0 or :abend Ol life rei ttig (OI is
Co' urit. And he iis p re-sea her c ~ i.s not
regtirde'tia aa :oo L4PJ( .e~n oft Order aad
Ini a wich1 diven:UJ-id ait Chaed r~
recen7tly, Jutdgei*~ .Mue I y staLted that,
a how days heLre ;. * elect ion, he
wrote to Gotvernor0 iLaiys and inaqirt..
ed of huim if he sustainaed the baronet,
polcytheha been) ad'ste d mthis
&tate. Revei vmtg n;o reply. he eame
to. the concIlus%ion that, this policy was
ap)proved of by Hasyes anid, he, there
fore, cast his ballo. for Tildeni. Judge
Cooke also supaported Tidn and1 L
Chlamberiain got not exceeding a
dozon white ot es in A bhcv il (Cun-.
ty, and it is thought that some of
that number voted for him becanHo of
a hope of' reward, or throughi fear.
There sceems to be little doubt that
the returns from the Kershawv Court
House, Red I[ill and Liberty 11ill
boxes will be thrown out, on the
ground of fraud, intimidation and ir
regularities, It thisi be done, it will
give Kershawv County t.o the Demo
crats by one thoulsantd malzjority.
MARRIED, on tihe 10th inustant, b)y Rev.
Daniel Littleton, at the tesidlence of Mr.
Jordon Ricae MR. WILLIS J. CRtENSiAW
to MISS NANCY E. RIGGINS, both of Pick
TIIE~ undersigned will sell at PUBIAC
AUCTION, on Saleday in DECEMBERt
next, their entire
g STOCK OF OOD ,
Their .a ek Oonsists of : Dry GTroods,
Roots andl Shoes,
Ilardware, Cutlery, Classware, &c.
Those indebted to 'us will d1o well to settle
by that day, we would regret having to sue
any one. If' you do not settle, you will posi.
tively be sued. Look out, we mean jus~t whRa,
BROWN & HENDRICK8.
Nov 28. 1875 12 tf
JOIN U ITT a Co.i
EASLEY STATION, S. C,
k-yhodl, MrC1618, Buboar, 11
WILL SELL GOODS IN THEIR LINE
ks cheap, as they can be bought in Picken
,ounty. for the cash, or in exchange fo
ountry produce. Our TERMS are strictl;
Ioo SACKS SALT
N STORE, FOR $1.50 PER SACE
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
lens', Boys', Children$ omen1s', and Miss
s, BOOTS and SHOES, in store and to ar
ive, at prices to suit the hard times-for thi
JOHN T. GOSSEIT & CO.
Lnd Two Horse TURN PLOWS, Corn Shel
ors and PLOW POINTS, very low for th4
JOUN T. GOSSETT & CO.
nd to arrive, 70 Barrels Common and Extri
'LOUR. Also, a heavy stock of BACON.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
An Elegant line of Prints. at 8 and 10 centb
er yard. Also, a nice amort mnt of Shawls,
al M orals. Nat ions, Jeans', Linseys, &c.
ou:e and see themi.
JTOIIN T. GO)SSEIT & CC).
11 .\TS. nim st . w: hout No. at pr'ices ta
na~ tht m~ost stinigy.
.IOlIN T. G;O'SET1 1" & CO.
Oct 25, 187G 8
IAGOOD & ALE~XANDER'S
rom New York. mln Bali imore, a larg<
nd)( splenidid Stock of
Thiese Goods were carefu lly selecte'
ind closely bought by oneo of the firm
11nd CAN andl wiLT ne sold at aston
ishingly low figures.
A mlong the ma:ny noveltics to be
Counin t Our sinc, is theO neat an<H
hands('iome1 lhden, lHenel'rieks, an<
IlampIjtonl IIAT'IS, and the htylisl
Call early, mak o your selection
and be happy.
HIAGi>'OD & ALEX AND)ER.
Oct 25, 1876 8
T II E UND)EESIGNED 1tESPEC'
fully infoIrm theo ci tizens et Pickeni
County, that they hauvo opened
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.,
Which they propose to se'. as choa
as anybody for
MAIULDIN & IIESTERI,
Oct, 2'0. 1876 8 3m
Homestead and Exemptios
NOTICE is hereby given that Mrs. Mari
NE. Gambrell, widow of the lato J. 31a
dlen Gambrell, has applied to mec to have
llmesteadI eet otff 5 o heroelf and children o
of the property o1' her late husband, accordii
to an act of t he General Asasembly of theStat e
South Carolina, approved Februery 22d, 187
and the same wilt be heard in my oflice
Pickens Court Ilouse on 25th day of Novet
I. H1. PHIILPOT, J.P.r.c.
Oct e& 1870 8
Fime to Pay Me
Something on you' account, so tha
I can keep upi my Stock of
Gtodi and aways have
Want on hand at all times. If you
Anything on Last Years' Account.
Don't put n c off any longer, but
come square up.
If you want more Goods
Them to yon on easy terms. I want
to sell you
Or for Cash or Barter, or
That wil best fsit you
Iso u1nderI>oh, and( myi New Slock oi
cant be beat. Call an~id see tue.
Oct 12, 1876 6
The State of South Car'oliua
IN COUiU' COMMON PLEAS
Mrs. Mary Boyd, Plaintiff.
Agaiinst Harvey C. Ilunt, liebecca IHunt
widow of Hlewlet flunt, William Hunt
liarvey3 C. Hunt. Martin Hunt, Evalline(
(Chibi, MIary llunt, Caroline Morgmu, Mar
garet liiut, Zuraih Gutest, Rlobert (I. Hunt,
D)orcus Petty, ElizabehthIi I ut, widow 01
W~esley lunt., WV. P. llunt., heirs of' Johra
T. Ilint. B. F. Hunit, T J1. Hunt, Marcus
11. Hunt, Ann llunt, and John Petty-De.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
TO Harvey C. Hunt I. F. Hunt, Harvey C.
Ilutnt, Jr.. Martin Hunt, and Mairy -Hunt,
l>efendants in this action.
XOU are hereby summond aned required tc
.Lanswer the comnplint in this action,
which is f101ie i lhe otlice of the Clerk 01
Court. of Common Pleas for said County, and
to serve a copy of your answer on the sub
Sscribers at their office, Public Square, Green
. ville C. HI. S. C.. within twenty days after
the service of this~ summons on you, exclusiv4
of' the dlay of service. If you fail to answei
this complaint within the time aforesaid, th4
Splaintiff will apply to the Court for the relie
dILmawnded inl thle comuplalint, and for costs.
Dated 21st June, 187h
BLYTIJE & ANSEL,
Gr'ecnville 0. H., S. 0.
To Harvey C. Hunt, B F. Hunt, Harvey C
linit, Jr. Mminn liuitand Mary Hunt.
T1aike not ice, t hat, the complaint, in the aboy
stated case was filed in the office of the (leri
of thle court of comm uons pleas for said count'
of Pickens, on the lst. day of July A. J). 187tC
UILYTI! F & ANSEL,
~' Nov 9, 1876 11 6
Poor House Steward Wanted
pIlE County Commissioners of Picken
Cunty, dho hereby advert ise, that res
ponisible bids or propositions in writinug
perform thle duties ot Poor House Ste~ward
S for the ensuing year, are invited to be file
a in their office on or before the 8th day c
December next. Each bidlder is required
give full particulars as to his family, an
good references, fromu which to enable thI
incoming Board to accept, the pro posit ion c
bid that may seemr best for the intecrests <
lie county. Datedl Novemiber lie 7thI, 18S76.
Nov 16, 1876 11 3
THlE UNDERSlGNED llAS OPENEDB
-FIRST CLASS HOUSE at Liberty Station,i
Lb C., an1d is prepared to take permanent 4
-transient Boarders at reasonable rates.
aThe Table will be supplied with the be
tthe market affords.
ofet also keeps a select. STOCK OF MEl
3, CH IANDISE oni hand, which is offered to tI
at public cheap, for cash. Consult your ov
r' interest and call onhim.
on J. J. NIX.
Libertyv. S. C., July 18, 1876 46 t(
I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL
ly call the attention of tho public
to my well solected and us
sorted stock of
31i1 AID SINEI BIT-NOD
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
0014' clotjn Mai I spei1ty.
All of which I will sall cheap for cash.
I am still Agent for the "EJRE
KA," FERTILIZER, one of the best
in tho market.
Price payable in cotton at 15c. 1st
Nov., $60.00 per ton.
Price payable iu currency 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash on delivery,
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $6.00 per ton, to be added
to this point, and must bo paid in
Last but not least, let mo impress
it upon those who %re duo me on ac.
count for 1875, that I need the money
and MUST 1AVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at oneo and favor me as I
M. W. FOR).
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Fe b 17, U,76 24 t f
H E ADQUA RTCRS
Stoves, Tinware and House
CROCKERY, GLASS AND) SILVER PLATED
WARE A SPECI\LTY.
Roofing anfd Repairing done at short not ice,
at the lowest pr ices. We ask all thle people
of' P ickens nntd adjo1in ing C'ouintics to call and
examine our stock. We certainly sell Goods
cheaper thantt they have ever been sold in this
market. All G oods guiaraunt eed.
To Merchants--we wholesalo Tinware as
cheap as Northern miarkets. Send for Price
J. E. CUlRTIS & CO.,
Greenville, S. C.
Se1t 28, 1876 4 3m
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
PICKENS C. II., S. C,, Nov. (1, 1876.
I E following TRACTS OR PARCELS OF
P LA ND. forfeited to the State for nion
payment of taxes in 1872, will be offered for
sale at Public Auction, by the County Tlreas
urer of Pickens, on the 30th day of November,
Keese and McCulley, 711 acres
Martha Bell, 12 acres
Ann T. E. Reed, 80 acres
Samuel Maverick's Est ate 2,926 acres
ALONZOA M. FD)LGERl,
Nov 9, 1876 18 8
TlIE undersigned respect fully informs all
Tpersons indebted to him for Blacksmith
inig, t.o come forward andi settle by the let of
3 December next, or their accounts will be
C p)laced in the hands of a Tr'ial J ust ice for
collection. Save cost and settle. 1 must have
T. W. IIILL.
Nov 2, 1876 9 .3
o ni IlE undlersignedl have associated with
d ..them in the conduct, of their business of
Tannig and sianufactulig
Boot8 and Shoes,
MR. CIIARtLES WVEITNAIUER, as a partner
equally interested with uts therein. The
niame of the firm will hereafter be the
- "0CONEE TANNERY." Thankful fnr past
patronage, we bespeak a continuance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, has a fine
reputation as a Tanner. anud will be able to
supply cust omers in thi i lne with the best
article of SOLE, UPPER AND) IJARNESS
3. We will conttinue to manufacture our first
>r class hand made
And offer themn on the best terms.
t- OUR BOOTS andi SIlO ES are for sale b)y
sW. T. \IcFA LL, at Pickens Court Ilouse,
,cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for llides oni reasonable terms.
U. W. FIlZ/NGER,
' 1,.120, 181 4m a i
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Martha A. Steele and Susan M. Alexander
against D. M. Alexander Administrator.
and L. N. Robins, Executor.
B Y virtue of an execution to me dire-ted,
I will sell to the highest bidder, at Pick
ens Court House on 8aleday in December
next, during the legal hours of sale,
One Tract of Land situate in Pickens
County, on waters of - . containing 200
acres more or less, adjoiniang lands of
and others. Levied on as the property ol
Hardin Price, deceased, at the suit of Martha
A. Steele and Susan M. Alexander.
TERMS CASH-Purchasers to pay extra
3. RILEY FERUSON, s.P.c.
Nov 9, 1876 10 4
On ind After the
15th inst, we will
ct,05 OR DARTE ONLTY
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO
serve our frinds on those terms, btrt
can not soll on timo.
All persons INDEBTED are re
quested to call and close all Accounts
R. E. HOLCOMBE & SON.
Easley, S. C., July 13, 1876 45
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
th fact that more cases of whites, suppres.
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob,
structions, of every kind, are being daily
curedl, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Recgulator,
than by all other remed(ies combined. Its
success in GLorgia and other States is beyond
precedent in the annals of phisic. Thousands
of certitientes fromt womeni everywhere pour in
upon the proprietor. Thle attention of prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, and the most success
fuli practioners use it. If women suffer here.
after it. will be their own fault. Femnaic
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. H.
lBradield, Druggist., Atlanta, Ga., and may bt
bought at $1,50 per bottle at any respectabbi
Drug Store in the Union.
EFFECTL~ TRILY WONDERFUL.
CATERs1IVILLE, Gnt., April 26, 1869.--Thiu
will certify that two members of my immne
(liate famuily, attier harving suiffered for mani
years from menstrual irregularity, and hiaving
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, were at length completely cured
b)y one bottle-of Dr. J. Bradhlield's FEMA LE
REG ULATORI. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womenkind to
the merits of a medicine whose power in cur,
ing irregular and suppressed rnienstruat ion,
has beeni proven under my own personal ob
servation, Its effect ona sneh cases is truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy he called
"'Woman's Best Friend,"
Yours respect fully,
JAs. w. STRANOS.
Sept. 7, 1876 1 4
NOTICE is hereby given that applic.ation
ha ben made to I. II. Philpot, Es"q.,
Judge of Prob:Ge of Pickenis County, for leave
to make a Final Settlement of fte Estate of
Dr. .Jno. M. Field dleceased, on the 4th (lay of
December next, and to be discharged there
from as administrator.
W. T. FIELD, Ad'rnr.
Oct 26, 187G 8 5
A LLf pe rsons indlebted to the Estate of Dr.
J. MField, deceased on Medical Ac
count or otherwise, will please come forward
andl settle the same on or before thme 4th day
of D)ecembher next; and those having demands
against the EWtate will please meet me on
that day at. Pickens Court IIlouse, with their
accounts properly proven. Mr. Isaac Nim
muons is aut horised to receive and receipt for
any monies that may be paid him.
W. T. FIELD, Ad'mr.
Oct 26, 1876 8 4
STOTIGE is hereby given that applieationi
.has been mwide to I. HI. Philpot, Judge
of Probate of Pickens County, for leave te
make a Final Settlement of thme Estate of S
D Goodlelt, deceased, on the 4th day of De
cember next, andI to be discharged therefrom'
MARY L. GOOD)LETT, Adm'rx.
Oct 26, 1576 8 4
COLU MBIA REGISTER.
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
TEnRMS, IN APVANCR :
Daily, six nmonthis, $3 5it
Tri Weekly six months, 2 5i
Weekly, six muonthas, 1 01
CHL EA IREIST
Book and Job Printing Offic<
IN TilE STA TE.
g@r Address all communicat ions, of whatl
ever character, to Manager Register Put
liabing Company, Columbia S. C.
Mav 18. 197 87
EARLE, WLLS & TAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS & COUjSELOR.,
PICKENS C. H,
Members of the AnMerican Attorneys Asoc.
atiou and of the United States Law Aosolp.
Col. JAMES E. HAGOOD Is associated ift
them, and they will give prompt attenliono
all business entrusted to them.
Jane '6, 1876 41
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTORNE YS AT LAW,
Will practice in (fie Circuit and Pro'ke
Courts for Piekens County, and in the United
States Cot?rtv of this State from that cou'y.
One of the Senior pArtners Wilt be present to
aseist in the transaction of any Importat
business during vaeation.
J, J. NORTON,
W. C. KEITH, W a
G. L. HOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. H.
March 28, 1876 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD
ATT"ORNEYS AT LAW.
P IC KE NS C. H. 13.cr.
Will Practies in all the Courts of the State
and of the United States. Business promptly
blarch 16 1876 28
W"T ITNER sxYziEs,
ATTOXXXY A1DCOONSLLOR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
P)aet iees In the Oircuit ourt and Court d
r Probate for Piakens ounty.
May 16 42 6m
ISAAC X. BRYAN,
ATTOR1E' AT LAW.
WIENTILLE C, B., I, C,
Practic0s in Courts of Pickens
County, and in United States Courts
MIDI. GEARIN ADE
AFTING.PI.LEYS AND IANG
THlE UINDEitSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of their friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
Which Is always ful1l in its varied branohes.
They have on hand a quantity of different,
Standard Fertilizers, at the following prices
B ra dIe y 's Anannoniated
Cah rie~ Phosphate.
Time P'rice, payable in Currency, 61 00)
Time P'rice payable in Middling Cot
ton, at 16 sents, 60 00.
Cash Price, $14 00
Tie Price, payable in Currency.
Time Price, payable in Middling Cot
ton at 15 cents, 6'> 00
Cash Price, $48 00
Time Price, payable in Currrney, 63 00t
Wlleow. a Gibbs' . Manlpu
Cash Price, $6 00
Time Price, payable In Middling Cot
ton, at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be added from Factory, and
payab)le in CA8H. All time sales to be closed,
by note, due 1st day of November next.
H1&JDG ENS & ROL T.
Easley, S. 0., Feb. 23, 1878 26
YOUR ATTENTION IS MOST l1ESPECT
.fully called to the largest and decidedly
the CHIEAPE~ST Stock of Goods that hais
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; con
sisting or DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low that no house this
sidle of New York can under-sell us.
We sell 00oods strictly for CASIh, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
D)OORS, SASh and BLINDS, at prices that
S We also keep on har.d a large lot of those
celebrated ORANGE PLOW STOCKS, 'to
which we invite your attention.
WVe have also connected to our Store,
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of OooI
Water, which is Free andl OPEN to A LL.
CELY & BRLOTHIER.
GIreenvillo S. C.. October 1 1M75 ~iA