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Varm work baw begrs in good ea
That now - bonne of friend Mike's i
gradqally creeping on to Oompletiom
For guanos, call oh Jao. T. Goesst
&:QO., Basley Station, S.,0.
Those who sow plentiffilly of sprin
oats, and plant loss cotton, will soo
discov the wisdom of their ooor
A litlit snow fell hero last Tbursday
It *as ,cnsiderably heavier in th
There seems to be a surplus o
horses and mules in this County.
Plenty of them to sell and no buyers
Parties about town have commen
cod' to garden. Irish potatoes and
English peas should be planted now,
A party of gentlemen spent last
Sabbath on Glassy Mountain. The
obeese, sardiaes, crackers, "et coteras"
were enjoyed hugely.
Some of the studenL* of our High
S6hlare studying Astronomy by
ifoling 4at the moon -through a spy
The weather for the last week has
been spring.like, and if it continuce
many more days vegetation will be
gin to spring forth lLUGn the earth.
Liborly Station, we are informed
by one of its citizens, is about "gone
Not a cent of taxes has Chamber
l;iin received in this County, but the
people are paying up promptly to
Governor Hampton's agent.
There are a few poor, lank sided,
mangy dogs about this town that
need medicine. We would prescribe
.Last TXhur.sday was St. Valentine
day, and a bachelor of this town re
ceived an elegant valentine, le
would be happy if he know the source
fr'om whiene, it came.
People should begin gardening, by
planting English pcas, Irish potatoes,
etc. By all means have a good gats
There will be preach'ng in the
Methodist Church at this place, on the
second Sabbath of next month, at '7
o'clock, p. m.
CONFE IENCE.-The Quarterly Con
forence .- the Pickcens Circu it will
be hold at Jlethlehcm Church net.l
this plae, on the second Sabbath in
next month, and Saturday before.
The~ Lord's supper, or aseirament will
4 be administered on Sabbath morning.
Rev. Q. A. Darby, P. E., and other
mninisters are expected tao be present
wvith Mr. Walker, the minister in
At the sale of property of Jacksom
Arter, deceased, on Tuesday last corn
brought from $1 to $1.10 per bushel,
and bacon 161 cents, on a credit until
1stDecomber next. For cash cori
can be bought at this place for 6&
cents por bushel, and bacon at 10 centi
por pound, What a tremenduorn
in teiest people will pay for a few
QHANGEs5 IN POSTMASTER.-M. P
Singleton has been appointed Post.
master at George's Creek, vice, Hon
E. H. Bates, resigned,
Luke I. Arlail is now Postmastel
at Edeley Station, vice, James Riles
di~auener, removed. "Zachias" is tO(
good a Democrat to suit the Radicals
.Miss Margaret Mecinney has beet
appoin ted Postmistress at Eigh teel
Mile Postoffiee, vice, Lemuel Hen
.iDEATHs.-Mrs. Lucinda Taylor, al
aged and respectable lady, died a
her residence five or six miles souti
of this place on last Sunday.
Lemuel Blassengame, colored, diei
atEasley Station last Week. Hie was
straightout Hampton man in the las
'lo-Ja'r.-It is thought by Our Ie.
gal friends at this place, that the jur,
to be drawn for our next term of cour
will not be legal, and, consequently
no caseR requiring a jury will be tried
It seems that Mr. Lesley, claiming 1.
be Jury Commissioner, prepared th
jury list and placed it in the box afte
ho had been renmoved from the ofib)
bgGovernor Hampton, and after hi
succesor had been appointed an<
qualified. '1 his,,. the legal fraternit;
say, will make the jury illegal, anm
thore will be no jury cases tried a
We direct attention to the adver
tisetentof Alexander, Allen & MoBe
af Greenville 0. H., where those I
need of goods in their line would d
well to call.
s Also to the guano -advertlsement c
. Briggs & Hammond. Our farmlng
friends wbo desire the guanos kep
by them should oonsult their advew
tisement before making their purchase
1uo AND KILLIP.-Mr. Van fl
Hendricks, a citizen of this County
was shot and killed by Hubbard Gar
many, fifteen miles above Greenvillh
C. H., on Monday 12th inst. Gar
many had broke out of Greenville
jail, in which he had been confined form
violation of the internal revenue laws
W. F, Gary and Van B. Hendricks
acting in the capacity of United Stateli
Marshals, went to arrest and returr
him back to jail. The Greenvill<
News learns that It was bioughi
out - in evidence before the
Coroner's jury of inquest that Hen.
dricks advanced on Garmany, shoot,.
ing at him twice, saying, "damn you
1 will take you or kill you," when Gar.
many shot him in the right breast, kil
ling him almost instantly. It is also sta
ted that Garmany had his child in hi
arms, and that the child said "don'i
shoot pa." The remains of Mr. Hen.
dricks were brought back to thif
County on Wednesday, and intered ir
the family burying ground on the
homestead near Liberty Station. Mr
Hendricks is one of the gentlemer
who was sevetely wounded by Red
mond in a revenue difficulty in th(
lower section of this County ,a few
weeks ago.Mr. Hendricks waa raised
in this County, and loaves a larg<
and respectable family connection to
mourn hi untimnly end.
STOOD TIE TEST.-W ilCOX, Gibbs A
Co.'s Manipulated Guno.has stood the
test of ten year'i use, by t,ho -loading
planters of South- Carolina, North
Carolina, Goorgia, Alabama, and
Florida, ctnstantly gnlning in popu
.arity, and i8 nlOW thu best and most
favorably known fertilizer in n8e in
these States. I t has been t heir ain
to furnlish ai ferti I zer. thait e*nnot b4
Sfupassd, and the*y have succeede(
in doi'ig so, as is evidentced by hi
high reputation. .it. 18 offered on verl
favol-able ternis; (ciliveredi at de(pot
in the inei:;payable ini Cotton, o1
the basis ol'if'teen' c'-nts for muiddlingl
deliv3red ati planl(<ri depot liext Fuil
Call and see tiil Agonsts.
U"H E ED THRE PILU
iiWords of Advice,s i
TCTT'5 RESPECTFULLY offered byILLLg
TUTT'8 W. H. TUTT M.. fo man PILLg
TUTT'8 ~'ars Demons.traor ofnatomy
TShit Meia College of Georgia. PILLS
TUTT'Thiry ears' exlterience in the PILLS
T UTT'S n?ractice o medicine, toether with P1 ILS
TUTT'S fifteen years' test of Tutt's Pills, P1 iit
TUTT'S and the thonsands of testimonials PIL LS
TUTT'8 given of their efficacy, warrant me PILLS
TlUTTr'S in say in that the w ill positively PIL LS
TUTT'S cure al iseases tat result f-om a PILLS
TUT'm,nended for all the illsrthat affi ct PIL LS
TUIT 8 humanity, but for Dsesa,Jaun- PILLSn
TU'T'8 dice, Constipation iesSin Dis- PILLS
TUTT'S eases, latious Colle .nuaim FLL
YUTT's Fitatio of the hshatKid PI LL
TUTT'8 Autions, Female Compl1 nts, Ic,PILLS
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U''s e 8r rve so sessil ILL
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TUTT'S ILL TUrs PILLonSe toti PILLS
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TUTT'8 Igo dition, PLsoudsep PILLS
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EUT' ES-PP E TLYHRANT.IL
T iJTsor. SOLDnt suferYWHRE fo PILrsfrr
trying PIfEn rWEmedIE Sdn PILLu
D TUT T PRNIA OFIgum PILa
Der Si 1-he inRAYn1a SpiriEt, I PILdLyo
This rva le pyoh,areaioed more bon
Iorend me dof bthles yearss.orsomn
curhis sti that rereomned annalse o
Dher.utt' dietoaes ofo dtheaLse , f ten
t ryn ifeent ro meears, spetm nodge thou
botgle have, byen use of atewt bottles
-rmedtoonlymrtcon hd taer Aaiethe.xetrg
L DReTdTaum-R .PAU,RD
"WeSi en-W no Ake hglay ofl Dr. T ut' ax
Up OtOrant, for ycuh, sakdeasfedring humani
;fhope It thmaythingeIoever tookna '-o wlh
Time to Pay Me
i Something on your Secount, so that
,I can keep up my Stock of
Goods and always have
Want on hand at all times. If you
Anything on Last Years' Account.
Don't put n:e off any longer, but
come square up.
If you want more Goods
Them to you on easy terms. I want
to sell you
Or for Cash or Barter, or
That will best snit you,
Be undereoldl, and my New Stock of
Dry Goods, Uoots, Shoes, IIats, &cc.,
Scant be beat. Call and see me.
W. T. MOF ALL.
Oct 12, 1870 6
T HIE undersigned have associated with
them in the conduct of their business of
Tanning and YIanufactuing
Boots and Shoes,
MR. CHARLES WYEITNA[UER, as a partner
equally interested with us therein. The
name of the firm will hereafter be the
"OCONEE TANNERY." Thankful for past
patronage, we bespeak a continuance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, 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
We will conitinue to manufacture our first
class hand made
IB33TS A,B SIESBS,
And offer them on the best terms.
OUR BOOTS and SHOES are for sale by
W' T. MaFALL, at Pickens Court House,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for Hides on reasonable terms.
0. W. FILZ[NGER,
July 20, 1870 48 tf
STATE OF SOLJ'TH CXROLINA.
County of Pickens.
IN TIlE 1'JOBATR COURT
W IEREAS, John J. Lewis, Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas, in and for' the
County and State aforesaid, has made suit in
this Court, to grant him Letters of Admninis
tration, of the Derelict Estate and effects of
A. J. Stewart, deceased, late of the County
and State aforesaid,
These are therefore to cito and adanonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
the said A. J. Stewart, dleceased, that they
be and appear in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Pickens Court House, on Wednesday,
the 28th day of March next., at 10 o'clock, a.
in., to show cause if any they have, why the
said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and official seal, this
the 13th February, 1877.
WV. 0, FIELD, J.i'.r.c.
Feb 15, 1877 28 6
' T T AKE tlhis method of informing all parties
.1 intereste.d, that I will be found in my of
'flee, at Pickens Court House on each WED
NEsDAY andl T H UIisnAY, and on each SALEDAT,
for the purpose ot transacting any business
that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
.comoell me to be absent in different parts of
the County, I appoint these special days for
the benefit of all concerned. Office hours,
from 9 a. mn. to 4 p. mn.
0. WV. SINGLETON,
k'M 8. 177 22
I WOULD AGAIN BBSPECTFUL.
ly call the attention of the publio
to my well seleeted and as
morted stock of
M AD IUT DT-1=0OI,
DRY & F'ATYC GOODS.
BATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
eu, nakci IWO I 1p1cwy.
All of which I will sall'cheap'for cash.
I am still Agent for the "EURE%
KA" FERTILIZER, one of the best
ii the market.
Priee payable in cotton at 15o. 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 'his point, and must be paid in
Last bnt not least, let me impress
it upon tbo8e who sre due me on acN
count for 1875, that I need the money
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at once and favor me as I
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Feb 17, 187 24 tf
TIIE BUSIN ESS OF IIEN DRICKS
& WILLIAMS att Ecauley Station
wvill be continiued by the undersigned
A good Stock of General Merchan,.
dise, consisting of
BOOTS AND SHIOES,
In store and arriving. All to bo sol:i
as cheap as any other establishment
For Cash or Barter.
We call attention of our friends
whom we have been accommodating,
to their indebtedness to us, and ask
them to call at once and settle their
acconnts by cash or note.
The death of Mr. Hendricks makes
this call a necessity, and hope that
none will disregard it.
Bring in your Produce--the high.
est market prica patid for Cotton,
Easley, Sept. 26, 1876 4 ti
The state of South Catrolina
In tbe Court of Comnion Pleas.
Elihu Giflin, Plaintiff, against F. C. Parsons,
J. C. C. Parsons, and W. 8. Williams, Do
Bsummons for .Monley Demand.
TO W. 8. Williams, D)efendant in this Action.
YOUl are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this set icn,
of which a copy is filed in the Clerk's of
Slee of Pickens County, South Carolina,
and to servo a copy of your answer on
the subscribers at their office, at Pickens
Court, Hlouse, within twenty days after the
service of this summons on you, exolusive of
the day of service.
If you fail to angwer' this oontplaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for judgment against you for two
thousand, two hundred aind fourte.en 50-100)
dollars, with interest at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum, fromt th,e 9h (day of Febeuary,
one thousand eight hundred and seyenty six
Dated January 26th, A. D). 1877.
HIOLCOMilE & CHILD,
To WV. 8, Williar Take notice that tihe
complaint herein was filed in the office of the
Clerk of Court for Pickens County on the 26th
HIOLCoMBE & CHILD,
Fob 1, 1877 21 0
F INA L SETTLEM ENT.--Notice Is hereby
given, that Aaron P. Stone, Administra
tor of the Estate of Silas Itone, deceased,
hias applied to me fat- a Pinual Set clement and
(discharge ne Administrator from the Estate
of dilas Stone, deceased, and that the same
will be heard ii. moy office, on Tuesday, the
.27th instant, 1877.
WV. G. FIELD, ..e.p.e,
Fob 1.1877 21 4
AX&BY *TATINg, g1 Vo 'U
THE UNDERSIG1ED FIRM bi
with the view of changing their. bWst.
nes-propose to soU oat. their entire
Sik' alm Dry-Iooil
AT COST FOR CASH--CONSIST
Large lot of Ready Made Clothingj
Ladies' Dress Goods;
Notions and Uosiery;
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes;
Mons' and Boys' Boots and Shoes;
Crockery, Glass and Eearthenwaro.
Hardware, in great variety;
Jeans and Casssimeres.
And many other articles-all for
We mean what we say, this is a
good opportunity for merchants or
any one in need of anything.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.
Nov 80, 1866 18
Those knowing themselves indebted
to Russell & Wyatt, for 1874, or T.
W. Russell for 1875; either by note or
account, will find their papers in the
hands of an officer after 10th ocem
ber, without respect to persons. I
must settle. T. W. RUSSELL.
NEWV AND ATTRACTIYEO
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S,
WE ARE NOW RIECEIVING
from New York and Baltimore, a large
and splendid Stock of
These Goods were carefully selected
and closely bought by one of the firm,
and CAN and WI. BE sold at aston
1slhingly low figures.
Among the many novelties to be
found in our stock, is the neat and
handsome Tilden, Hendricks, and
Hampton IHATS, and the stylish
Call early, make your selections
and be happy,
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDERL.
Oct 25, 1876 8 e
Used in neatly every locality in many
Bettled beyond a doubt-No ode questions.
the fact that more oases of whites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and uterine obs
structions, of every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Riegulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in Georgia and other States is beyond
precedent in the annls of phisic. Thousands ..
of certificates from women everywhere pour in
upon the proprietor. The attention of prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of thist
wonderful compound, and the most success-c
fual practloners use It. If Women suffer here.
after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator ie prepared and sold by L. 11.
Bradfleld, Druggist, At.lanta, Ga., and may be
bought. at, $1,60 per bot tle at any respectable
Drug #tore in the Union.
EFFECTrL TRULY WON19EnFUL.
CARTERsVILLE, OR., April 26, 1869.-This
will certify that two members of my Imme
diate family, after having suffered for many
years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, Were at length completely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J1. Bradfield's FEM\A LE
RE'GULATOR. I therefore dleoem It my duty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womnenkind to
the merits of a medlicine whose power in cur,
ing Irregular andi suppressed menstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob
servation. Its effect onu such cases is truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy he ealle'd
"Woman's Best Friend."
JAs. W. STftArtoE.
sept. 7, 1878 1 4
Stoves, Tinware and House.
CROCKERY, OLASS AND SILVER PLATED
WARtE A SPECIALTY.
Roofing andl Repairing done at short not ice,
at the lowest prices. WVe ask alt the people
of Pickens and adjoining Countiles to call andl
examuine our stock. We certainly sell Goods
cheaper than they have ever been sold in this
market. All Goods guaranteed.
To Merohan,ts-we W' 3SalA Tinware as
cheaup as Northern mark .s. Send for Price
J. E. CURTIS & CO.,
Greenville, S. C,
tRent 28. 1$7 4 ' 4
ATTORNZY8 AT LAW
i k eq in the' dr#41 O s t, Ms
*arts fir Pickens Couaty,mgd thahtA
tates Court of this State ron that -enSty
im of t w -9"W'per"ers Will be prle"m to
mist In th:e treosetIt of any, impwew
ksiaess during vas a.
0. I&. HOLLINGWWOifi, ishee 0.3.
Marek 23, 1876 39
EOLCOMBE & CHILE,
PIOIENS 0. H. , O,
'111 Practice in all the Courts of the State
ad of the United States. Business promptly
March 16 1876 35
ATTOnN't ANDdOt(NSrtO At 6AIg
.GRSNVILLE, S. O.
rtetees in the Circnit olart and Cearte
LProbati f6r Piekens ounty.
May 16 42
ISAAC R. SlAy,
ATTORNE AT LAW,
RILE C I,, I C1
Practices in Courts of Pickeup
)ounty, and in United States Courts
TURBIE WATlii WGU&
HA NR A.LL A
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LJ'OUR A TTENTION IS MOST RESPEC'.
.L. fully called to the largest and deeidedly
lhe CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
ver been exhibited in West Greenville ; een-e
isting of DRY GOODg, 30gTg, gggggh
EAtS, HARD WAEE, OROCKEUY,
IROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low that no house this
side of New York orin under-sell us.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, *hi.b
mnables us to make the above declaration.
We keep conistantly on haftd a large let of
)OORSt, SASH and BLINDS, at prices that
We also keep on hiar.d a large lot of there
elebrated ORANGE PLOW STOCK8, yo
vhich we invite your attention.
We have also connected to our Biore,
, Large WAGON YARD, with a weon of geoo
bater, which Is Free and OPEN to ALL1
CELY & IVROTHfER
Greenville S. C., Oetober 1 1875. e
The State of South Caroli
County of' Picke~ns.
IN PRiOB1AT E COURT,
HERIIEAS. .Tohn J Lewis *Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas,'In ahd for the
[Dounty and State aforesaid, has made suit In
[his Court to grant him Letters of Admninis..
trat ion, of the Derelict Estate and effect. og
G. W' Cooper, deceased, late of the Cotugty
and State aforesaid.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singuilar the kindred and creditors of the
said 0. W. Cooper, deceased, that they be
and appoar in the Court of Probate to held at.
Piekens Court Ihouso. on Friday, the 28d
day of March next., at 10 o'clock, a. mn., to,
show cause if any they have, why the said
admimistration should not be granted.
G iven uzn-kr, my hand and official seal, this
thec 8d day of Fehruary, A. D. 1877.
W. ti. FIELD, s.p.w.u.
lFeb 8. 1877 22 8