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Baby eribs are In demand In and I
Cmsar's A ead is 2,800 feet higher
tho4q Saluda River, flowing tear its
A gentlema-n, who acoempanied our
do*r hunting party last week to Cmese
ars's Head, declares thait. he will o- or
after be fond of fried turkey-he hav
tag for thb6rst time tooted of fried
We killed, while at a "deer stand't
in the mountains last week, a wild
ttarkey, which weighed 18 pounds. Its
bear was just eleven inches long.
Had it been fat, it certainly would
weighed 25 pounds.
OtSunday last it commenced snow.
ing, continuing till nightfall. It fell
to-the depth of' three inches. This 's
the first of the season h,?te, although
I ba been visible for weeks upon the
summit of the Blue Ridge.
Tho wind on Friday night last blow
h* continuous storm during the
night, creating no inconsiderable up
prehensions, in the minds of onany, ot
personal safety. It was a bitter ccld
wind and we noticed next day some
tipber blown down by it.
Many a- rabbit "bit tho dust" on
Monday last. We could hear hunting
parties and dogs in every direction.
Hunting rabbits in the snow is fine
sport, indeed, and highly exciting.
Bskdes, in these "hard times," it is
profitable-it's meat is :ender and de
licious, superstitious notions to the
.A gentleman, who was in town the
other day, said that a young, though
not unexpected, stranget "put in" fal
appearav at his house on Sunday
night last, in the midst of the snow
*stEIrrn, and commenced instaniter hur
rahinag for llaimpton.
Those who havec never tried a -leer
hunat beyond the miountatins at thia
seasoan of the yer we would kindly
andviseo to try one. Such will he amply
repaid in mnore ways than one-the
sig.ht of tatL venis4on, deiious~ turkey,
pbheznsaiit., thin, cc ld, bracinsg breezes,
anzid maat, but noc~ leas, 0h e etI
*sp.14ndid -'de ws" distill only in this
Wh y is Ch .mz~bet lain is tke the~ Norths
pole? B,ecanu4. hes e:.nnt be f ound.
WVhy il'dham~nberlain like Bek-hazair?
Be'ewsenh is kc ceK kniocks together.
"C'onsciencet make.' to w ards (of us all."
The burning of the Brooklyn Thea
tv, whsich took plaice on Tuesdaiy, thte
5th inist., was disatrous aind horifk
itsg its~ the extreine. Two hundred
asnd eighty tree bodies have been res
covered; the probable lose~ is over 350.
There were over one thoEusand persons
ias it at the time.
From the published tabular vote~ or
Louisiana, the Returning Board gave
certificates of election to the IIayes
Electors, w hile thle people of that State
gave Tilden a majority ot nearly nine
thousand votes. The average for Til
den, 83,660; average for Hayes, 75,822.
giving a.cear major'ty ot 7,838 votes
STATE:O~F SOUTH CAROLINA.
L. V. Jones vs J. M. Robinson, D. P. Robin.
sen. and Mary A. Couch.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed,
BI will sell to thre highest bidder, before
the Court, House door, at P,ckens C. H ., on
Baayn January next,
Tract No. 1,
One tract of land, ituate in Pickcens Coun-.
tty, adjoining lands of Rt. Lenheardt, H. Hiar
per and others, containing 112 acres more
Tract No. 2.
One tract of Land, situate in Picken,, Coun
ly, whereon the Defendants now live, adjoin,
ing lands of Wm Couch, 11. Harper anrd oth..
era, containing 120 acre.', more or less. Lde
vied on as the proberty of J. M. Robinson,
D: If. Robinson, and Mary A. Couch, at the
y ~~'Af8 CASHI. Purchasers to pay extra
for papers. e
.1. RILEY FERGUSON, s.P.c.
T HIE Cop'an4nership heretofore existing be..
- tween CLAYDE & MOTES is this day die.
4solved, by the withdrawal of ihe undersigned.
W. AUGUSTUS CLYDE.
Eaaley Staties, Dec. 1, 1876 14 4
'.jIftE undersigned have now on hama1 amnd
. for sale, 200,000 BRICKS, one fourth
mile from Depot, at Liberty Station, 8. C.
TERM.8 CASII-Darter will be taken.,
HIOLCOMBE & STANSELL.
Ons3 In.7 ma .
l oI l . l t f a C a,
EASLEY STTJPN, . C.,
WILL 8ELL GOODS IN THEIR LINE,
as ebeap, as they can be bvugb in, Pickens
County, for the cash, or In exchange for
country produce. Our BRRMS are strietly
Ioo SACKS SALT
IN STORE, FOR $1.50 PER SACJK
JOUN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Mens', Boys', Childrens', Womens', and Miss
es, BOOTS and 8110 ES, h; store and to ar
rive, at prices to uit the hard times-for The
JOHN T. GOSSErI' & CO.
And Two Iforse TURN PLOWS, Corn Shel-,
lere and PLOW POINTS, -very low for the
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
And to arrive, 70 Barrels Common and Extra
FLOUR. Also, a heavy atock of BACON.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
An Elegant line of Prints, at 8 and 10 cents
per yard. Also, a nice an'ortment of Shawlu.
Bal M orals. Not ions, .Jeans, Linseys, &e.
Loa.e and see t hem.
JOhN T1. GOSSEFT & Co.
H-ats! Flats! !
IhATS, almost. whhbout No. at prices to
SUit thec most~ stingy.
OliI N l'. G OSSET T & CO.
Oc t '.5, 1876 8
HAGOOD & ALEXANDEWS,
PICK ENS C. HI., S. C.,
~\ E A RI NOW RECEIVING
from Newv Yor-k and Batltimiore, a latrgo
and splendlid Stock of
Thnse Goods were carefrully selected
and closely bought by o'e of the firm,.
and CAN anid WIL1A, BE sold at aston
ishiingly low figures.
Among the many novelties to be
found in our stock, is the neat and
h)andstome Tilden, Hetndlricks, and
Hampton HATS, and the stylishb
HIa,np)ton COLLA R.
Call early, make your selections
and be happy.
HAG O3D & ALEXANDER.
Oct 25, 1876 8
W. A. LESLEJY,
PICKENS C. 11., 's. C.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A BEAU
TIFUL STOCK -OF
GENTS' FANCY BOWS,
DRUGS, &c., &c.
And, everything usually kept in
my line, will be sold cheap for
CASH OR BARTER.
W. A. LESLEY.
Oct. 5 187ti 5
Fime to Pay Me
Somethiag on your necoint, so that
I can keep up imy Stock of
G-ods and idways have
Want on hand at all times. I-f you
Anything on Last Yara' Account.
Don't put ii e off any longer, but
come square up.
If you want more Go s
Them to vou on eaar terms. I want
to sell you
Or for Cash or Barter, or
That wil: best .Luit you,
Be undereal I, and my New Stock of
Dry dl, Iloots, Shioes IIlats,&.
canut be bea2t. Caldl and se mne.
Out 12, 1870 6
T ii E~ undersigned in' associat ed wiuh
Lthemi na the conduct of (heir businiess of
Tanning and aniufaictuing
Boots and Shoes,
MR. CHA.RLE~S WEITNAUJER, a~ a partner
equally interested with zua th reini. The
Inme of the firm will hiereatter he the1
"p9CONEE~ TANNERUY." Thankful f"r past
p'atronage, we bespeak.a continuance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, has a fine
reputation as a Tanner, and will be able to
supply cuslomers in tihis line with the best
article of SOLE, UPPE~R AND llARNESS
LEA'::RIR.. . ? - .:
We will continue to manufacture our first
class h.in-l made
OUR BOOts8 and B H5b8 are fur sate.. y
W. T. McFALL, a: P'ickens Court HIoute,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for Hides oNn rasonable terms.
. Gi. W. FILZINOER,
July 2O,18 8 41 tf
Stoves, Tinware and House
CROCKERY, GLASS AND SIT.LE PLATED
* WA R E 4 SPEG.LTY.
*Roofing a nd Re paIrin g?dene at sh art notice,'
at the lowest prices. We ask all the pe'ople
of Pickens anul adjoining~ Counties to call andl
examnine our stock. We certainly sell Goods
cheaper than they have ever been sold in this
market. All Goods guaranteed.
To Merchantes-w4 WboIfala Tin ware as
cheap as Northe'n markets. Sendl for Price,
J. E. (GUItTIS; & CO.,
Clevela nd Block,
Greegville, -S. C.
Se et 28, 18%( 4 8m
i EF will sell to the highest hidder, on
VWednesday, the 20fh day of December
instant, the RENTS of the Estate of-B. Lin
Freeman, deceased, consisting of Corn and
Fodder. Terms cash.
At the same time, we will Rent the Plae
for the year 1877, on a credit, until the 1st of
December next, with note tad approved ae
yBENTON 8. FREEMAN, Adm'r,
MARY J. ERE~EMAN, Adm'x.
D)en7 7'. A7 . 14 a.
L.WOULD AGAIN .ESPECTFUL.
ft oalI Vd attontibn of the publio'
to my well belected i s
sorted stock of i
DRY &FANCY GOODSt
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AN.D SHOES
TARDWA RE, &C. .
kll of which I will sell cheap for cash.
I am still Agent for the "EURE
CA" FERIiLiZER, one of tiloi^st
n the market.
rie payaole in cotton at 15o. 14
Nov., $60.00 per tonl.
rice payable iu ,currency 1st Nov.,
$t5.00, per ton.
MW Nybib 16 cMh on de!Wry,
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $6.00 per ton, to be added
o this point, and must bo paid in
Last but not least, let me impress
Ltupon those who sre due ie on ac
ount for 1875, that, I need the monloy
nd MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
]af up at once and favor me as I
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
E-.d 17, 187t. 24 tf
T1IlE BUSIN ESS OF UIE N DIU0KTs
e WilL LI AMS at Ecasley Station
.vit be contitiued by'tTe i1ealdsigQed
iurvivor. -. -- . -
A g< od Stock of General Merchuan,.
uise, consisting of
BOOT&. AND Sh OES,
R EAID)Y-MAIDE CL OT HING,
R OCKE RY.. WAIRE,
n store and1( arrivinig. All to be0 sol.J
H chenp as~ any oter estalAish ment
For Cash og Bar'ter4
WVe call attention of our friends
whiom we have been accommodating,
o their indebCltednecss L.) us, aund ask
,hemi to call at once and settle their
icconnts by cash or note.
The~ dcaLh of Mr. hend ricks makes
,his call a necessity, and hope that
ono will diMregar'd it.
Bring in your Produce--the high,
ost mnarket prica paid for Cotton,
I. WIL LIA MS,
Esley, Sept. 20, 1876 4 tt
TIHlE UNDELiSIGNED RESPECT
fully informr, the ci tizenis oif Pick ens
County, that they have openeod a
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.,
Whi.h they prIopose to sell as cheatp
as anybodly foir
CASII Ot 'EARTER,
MAULIDIN & HESTER.
Odt, 26, 1876 8 3m
TIUE UNDERS10NED llAS OPENED A
FIRST CLASS IhOUSE at Liberty Sintion. S.
C., at,d is prepared to take permanent ot
tr-ansient Boarders at reasonable rates.
The Table Wilt be supplied with the besi
the muarket afford..
iIe also.keeps a select STOCK OF MER
ChlAND18E~ on hand, which is offered to th<
pubbec cheap, for cash. Conasult your. owi
interest and call on him.
J. J. NIX.
Uhberty, . C* July 01=1 1min 46 a
STATE OF SOUlIL CAROLINA
-.FAC KEN#HIt O U-NVY.
Marthe A, Steel a4dd -'uan M. Alelaade
against D. M. Alexnder Adsnjpistrat9r
and t. N. k6bilfs, Bkecutot-.
3Y virtie 4f "' e uentimn to, me diretted
I will sell to tha Wig4441-bidderiski MPiolt
ens Qourt Ilouse on Saleday in Jantarj
next,'during the legal hourt ofabile,
hnet'iact, of Land situatia '(n PlAe'ni
County, an waters. f.- coutainitig 2AM
acres mo?e or less, adjuinuing lands of
ad othis. Levied on as the property 01
llardk Price, doqasqd, at the suit of Martle
A. St 0le ad Susan M. Alexander.
TZ51C 48H-4p4rchasers to 'pay extra
fNr tied. ... _.
J. RILY F RGUSON, .
De 7, 1876 1
-o-0 -- -
'On and After the
15th inet, we wAll
WE WILL BE . PLEASED TO
serve our fritdi oli theso ternsi but
can not se0l on time.
All persons 1NDVBTEib are ro
quested t.o call and close all Aecoqnts
R. B. IIOLCOMBE & SON.
Easley, S. C., July 14, 187.q
Used in nearly every lodality in 'tuany
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob,
strtbions, of every kind, are beig daily
cared, by Dr J -Bradfield's Female tegultnior,
than by all ot her remned es combined. .g
success in Georgia and othier States is beyond
precedent in the annals ot phieic. Thousandg
of certificates from wonmen everywhere pour in
upon the~ proprietor The attention or prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of thie
wonderfil comnpounmd, and the most. success
ful practioniers use0 II If women suffer lhere,
after it. 441 be liieir own foult. 'Femnala
Regulator a prepared and sold by L. . HI
llradlfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may bt
bought at $1,50 per hottle at any respectabbi
Drug Store-in the Unton.
MFFECTr. TRULY WONDERFUL.
CA'nTRasvrr:LE, OR., April 26, 1869.-Thl
will certify that two members of my im-ne
diate family, after having suffered for man,
years from menstrual irregularity, a'nd ha'vinj
been treated without benefit, by viariousnied
ical doctors, were at. length completely cure<
by one bottle of ID:. J. Bradfield's FE1A LI
REOLULATOR. I therefore d*eenr it tny de1tj
to furnish this certiffeate, with the hope o
drawing attention of suffering womenkind t<
the fuerirs of a medicine whose power in cur
img irreguldar, and suppressed m'entramatioen
has been proven umnd'er my own personal ob
servat ion. Its effect on such cases 'is trbt1
wondertul, and well raay the. rernedy be oalled
"Woman's Best Friend."
Youru respect fully,
. JA5. W.8~T3Axas.
Sept. 7, 1876 _______ 4__
The State of' Southa C'ar.lna
iN COURT COMMON PLEAS,
Mirs. Mlary lloyd, Plaint iff.
Aginst Harvey.O. Ui, . Rebecca~ Hunt,
widow of H1e'wet Hlunt, Wigiamn (lust,
ifarvey C. Hunt, Martin flunt. Evaline
Chiilde Mary H unt, Catoline .Morgaua Mar
garet liitt' Zurah Guest, Robert G. Hunt.
Dorcus P'ety;,1lIiza~beth IHunt., widow ol
Wesley iunt, \. P'. Hunt, heir. of John0
T.' Hunt, It. F. Ilunt, T J. Hunt, Marcus
11. Hunt, Ann Hunt, sud John Petty--Do.
SUMMONA F9FR RE3LIEF.
TO Harvey C. lHunt JI,.2. Hunt, Harvey C.
Hunt, Jr , Mlartin Hunomt, and Mary lunit,
Defendants in this actiou.
Y OU1 are hereby siumond aned required tc
answer the com'plaint In this action,
which is filed in the, office of the Clerk 01i
Court of Common PLeaa.fa.s.sid County, and
to seve a copy of your tanswer on the stub.
scribers it* their office Taublic Nquaire, Green
ville C. Hi. 8. C.. within twenty days after
t he service of this summom on yoll, excluIsive
of the (lay of service. if you fail to anmswei
this~ compJlainJt within t,p time aforesatid, thei
plaitifitf will apply to thle Court for the rel
demn'uded in ihe comphiint , and for costs.
h>at ell 21st June, 1876
ilYTillE & ANSErL,
Greenville 0. HI., S. C.
To Harvey C. Hunt, H F. Hunt, Harvey C
Hunt, Jr. Startin !lunt and Mary hunt.
Take iiot ice, thatd the comiplaint in die abov,
stated case wats file<h in thie office of the Cleri
of the court of comumons pleas for said cou t,t
of Pickens, on the 1st dlay of July A. D) 187O
*.iV'"&H E & A NSEL4,
'aint iffra ,Attorneye.
Nov !), 1876 11 6
0Oli UlRA RtEGISTER
IDAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKL
TERMS, IN APVANcR .
D)ail y, six months, $8 fi
Tri-Weekly six monthts, 2 i
Weekly, six months, 1 0
C2IEA P IST
Book and Job Printing Offic
IN TlI R ST AT E.
o --- .
gi Address all comununications, of wha
ever character, to Manager Register Pul
liehing Company, Colutmnbia, 8. C.
May 19. 16 37i
EAR.E, WExLA &
ICKENS c. H.
Mnrbera,of the American Attorep AeG'A,
ation.ud of the Uni"ted Slates Law Asocie,
Col. JA MRS R. HAGOOD fis aiodatd *Q
thetat and they will giie proapt mttenlt*w
all business etrustwsI to khess'5
June 1, 1876 4
Norton, eith & Hollingine,ia
ATTORtNEYS AT 2?LA -
Will praciee in the Circuit and i e%Q*
Courta for Fickens County., and is theviUsI%
Statqs Vourts of this State from that sq4ptG
One,eof the Seni-or p*r6ners will be presenv
a@i$t in the trarrsction of apy importaR4
J. J. NORTON, W
W. C. KEITIf, - I
V. L. nOF1LLNGSIORT1H,Pickens C. H.
Mareh 2.1, 1876 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,:
A,TTORNEYS AT LA W.
PICKENS C. I. B.
Will Practfee in all the' Court@ of the Stat
and of the United States. Bu'iness promptl.
hlarch 16 1876. 28
W 11TNER SYMMESO
AtToRNEY AND COUNSlito AT LAWO
GIEENVILLE, 8. C
Praetices in the Circuit eurt and Court.
1'robate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 . .42
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTOWNEY AT LAW,
Pra.tices in Cotil-ts of Picken
County, and in United States Court
I LGEAIj [
THfE UNDERSIONED~t RESPECTFULLY
c all the attentioni of' their friends to the, fast,
thar, in addition to their
Which is always full in its varied branohes.
They have on hanIId a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizsrs, at the fol)o'wirtg prits
Bnra dIe y'"a Animoonlatce
Cash Price, $50
Tjme Pgice, payalile in Currency, -610
f'me l'rce payable'in $1iddling Cot
ton, at 15 enta, ' 0 '09
Cash Price, ' N 0
Time Price, payable in C'urrency.
Time Price, payable in Middling Cot
ton at 15 cents, 63 00
Cash Prir e, $48
Time Pri,ce, payable in Currrney, 63 0
Wilcox & Giblbs' )Ianipu-'
Cash fSrice, - $66 00
Timie Price, payable in Md iddli'ng Cot
ton, at 17 cents, . 70 00)
Freight to be added from Factory, and
payable in (JAS II. A?! time salt to be closed
by note, due Jut day of November next.
lRespec t fully,
IIUDGEINS & BOLT.
Easley, 8. 0., Feb. 23, 1876 26
187.5. . - - , - 1875.
URATTENTION IS MORT RESPEJC..
tfelly called to the largest and decidedly
the 'EAPEST Stock of Goods that ham
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; corn
Sisting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIE~S, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low that no house this
side of New York csn under-aell us.
.* We sell Goods strictly for C ASil, which
enables us to make the naove dlelarat'on.
3 We keep constantly on h;and a large lot of
DOORS, SASil and BLINDS, at prices that
0 defy competition.
0 We also keep on harid a large lot of thoee
celebrated GRANGE PLOW STOCKS, ,'o
which we invite your attention.
& We have also connected to our Store,
a Large WAGON VAIRD, with a well of Good
a Water, which in Free andi Ores to Ar,..
*CELY & BRIOTEHER.
Olreenville S. C., O'eteber 1 JPV. wof