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Some of our farmers, think the
peaches have bon killed In the bud.
Irfbig, jo true, we shall have no
peaches again this year.
QiQ4 sheriff, Mr. Joab Maldin, is
t_Ag up his lots In front of the jail
for the purpose of cultivation.
"be spirit of Improvement bas left
oqr people. But it will soon revive
when the gubernatorial question is
positively settled in Hamptof's favor.
'aAt Thursday night a heavy rain
Iell" at this place, accompanied by
loud peals of thunder and vivid flashes
f. light.0ing. The weather was in,.
tejnely cold on Friday following.
Capt. Berry, the special agent for
tpe gollection of the ten per oent. tax,
is located at this place and is kept
i, busy writing receipts and re
coiving the taypayers contribution.
Lft the good work go on.
The Methodist quarterly conference
hOld at Bethlehem Church on last
4turday and Sunday, was well at
tended. Rev. 0. A. Darby, Presiding
41der, preached a most excellent ser..
mon on Sunday, which was very at
.tontively listened to by a large and
. Vurn MoBEE.- -We call tho at
tention of our readers to the adv er
tisement of the above named gentie
man, which appears in our columns
this week. Mr. McBee is one of the
most energetic and enterprising buss
Inefs tnen of Greenville. When you
want anything in his line be sure to
4AI on him.
It was amusing to see a party of
gentlemen dodge around the Court
Uouse the other day, to escIo t.he
vision of a certain other party.
TI.ere was a survoyor in the crowd
with his "Jacob staff," but he said he
ctldn't toll exactly "how the land
lay," esp)ecially when ho was under
the surveillance of the Shcrift'.
POMONA GRANE.-Judge WV. G.
Field has b)en appointed by JaB. N.
Lipscomb, Master of thie Staito Grange,
to organize a Pomona Grange for this
~Qjnty. iIe hasi appointed a meet ing
sa this place on Saturday, the 7th
day of April next, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
for' I.his, purpose. T h o Master, past
Mate ,their wives and daughters of
the'd groo of Matron, and three eloc,
ted members, will compose the delega
tV6b romn each Grange.
TAXES RECEIVED.-Oni the 2nd of
March, inst., the total amount of taxes
recived by the Hampton Govern
Igent was $119,432.41. The disburse
tients were $37,794.64; leaving a bal
* ance, unexpended, of S82,347.18. Ad
ding to the amount received, the com-.
riltssions of the special agents for col
lection, we have a total of $124,408.76
which the people have voluntairially
contributed to the support of the
Hampton Governmen t. This, in itself,
is sthilient evidence that Hampton is
a the bona fde Governor of the State.
PAINFUL ACIDENT.-Mr. y. Riley
Fei'guson met with a very painful ae,
eidqnt on last Saturday. He was re
turning to his home at this place from
Easley Station, in a buggy, and some
part of the harness on the horso comn
ing:Iobso, ho reachoad over the dash
board' 'for the purpose of fixing it,
imen the horse kicked him on the
right arm breaking it in two places.
Er. Ferguson, during the snow, in
.Laquary last, had his right leg broken
in et eigh rido, and had recovered
. s%ciently to wvalk only by the aid of
crutches, when this last misfortune
befellbhin. his condition now is, in-~
ey, pitious one, and we heartily
symputhize with him.
CENTRAL, S. 0., March 10, 1876
I prom ised to report the success of
Sthoeoeries of meetings held hero by
l4ev. Mundy, the reformed circus
The meetings were very successful
? considering the cold, hard hearted na
tureopf'the congregation that genor
sgUig atten~ded Central Church. No
4 o. had ever succeeded in getting a
m'iniber before. The result of a weeks
preaching was, ten converted and
batsed, two reolaimed and twojoins.
od. by leter.
-One of our bar keepers was reclaim.
e8, thorefore Central hopes to rid her.
self of one nuisance, a barroom.
T wo other har keepers. yesterday:
eveing seeomed as if they intended
to elos6 thoi' burt-ooms,'b'y cloAlng-the
period of their ey1atence_ 'The result
at thia 1i1itinfof tw6 *a'thi P -
ho A-B-, gotird of somo superflu.
us blood, by a btow on his pate wilth
a bainmor, in thohands of 0--. C
got. off wi,hb a bruised face.
God speed the day when all these
athsahA :bo closed that lead--tho
devil knowW onuly too well where.
A public debt is somothing every
)ody talks about and nobody pays.
P. ZELL & SONS AMMONIAT.
ED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE.
IT is of a higher grade than any heretofore
, manufactured by them. We call espe
Oial attention to its analysis, it compares
%dvantageously with the best South Carolina
Phosphates, and is again offered by us for
100 pounds Middling Cotton, to be delivered
by the 11t November next--Freight, cash.
A full supply of ZELL'S COTTON ACID
PHOSPHATE, payable in Cotton at 325
pounds per ton, or $3r.00 in currency next
rall. Call and see us before buying, at
Leonard Williams's old stand.
Freight, cas1i-$3.50 per ton.
BRIGGS & HAMMOND.
Greenville, S. 0., Feb. 22, 1877 24 3
TH M~ASSA GUAN01
Kevassa Acid Phosphatee
WE are the Agents for the s-de of the
above very POPU LAR FEwTILIZEIRS,
in g would be pleased to supply our friends
ind customers with any anmount they may
ivant. The standard of these Manures are
very high, and ic terms are as liberal as
that of any other First Class Company-Cot
on option offered. Call and see us before
.)IIN T. OOSSETT CO.
Easley S. C., 'march 8, 1877 26 4
The State of South Caroliina
B WV. (. Field, Jil of Prloh"fe.
Whereas, S. W. Claiyton, ha:s made suit, to
ne to grant hiiin Leitiers ot' A<hiniist rat:;On
Ijpon the E.state anl .Eifects ot' Wmi. Milanley
The k inilre<l atud cred itors. of lie said
o be and4. a ppear beftore mei . ini thie Co,iurt of
robate, Io be hld~Leni at Pickenis C. 1I., on1
saturilay, 2411h <lay ot' March, inst , at 11
ictock, :1. ini., to shiew cause, it' anyI they
inve, why the saidl adnaiinist rat iin shoul not
3tli day of Alarch A. 1).. 1 S77,
W. t. F! .LD, .j.i...c.
Mlarch 8, 18S77 26
TUTT'S D T E PILLg
TU.TT's RESPECTFULLiY off'ered by ILLLS
TUTT'S ,W. II- TITTT, M-D., for mlaniy PILLS
TUTT'S F ars D)emonstrator of Anatomy in ,IL
,teMedical Colle.ge of Georgia. ILL
TUTT,8 Thirty yers experience ini the P ILS
TUJTT'S nractice of ml eiie, toget her with PILLS
TUTT'S ifteen years' test. of T utt's P'ilis, IiILLS
TUTT'3 and the thiousatids of tesitmoiaIs PILLS
TUTT'8 gi vent of their efnicacy, warrant, na PIL LS
TUTT'S 'n saying that the~y wil positively PIL LS
TLUTT'S cure alseaes that result froma PILLS
U ,disase lier.Th~ey areo not ree
II Epmendedfor all te ills that, afflict PIL LS
UTT' hman ity,lbut for vsnepsi, J ap..PIL LS
TUTT'8 dice,-Constipation ifles, Skin Dis.- PILLS
TUTSaes, Bilious Collc Rtheounttlin, PILLS
TUTTPio of the IIeart, Kidney PILLS
T UTT'S A frections, Female Complaints, &c,, PIL LS
T~UTT'S all of which result from a derange- II LS
TUTT'S ment of the Liver, no med icine nasPIL
UTT'8T 'SVUEAL LIVER PILLS
TUTT'S j TUTT'S PILLS PILLS
TU T'S C URE SICK HEADACHIE. 1 PILLS
TUTT'S | TUTT'S PILLSA PILLS
TUTT'S :REQUIRE No (lIIANGE OF PILLS
TUTT'S iDIET. I PILLS
TUTT'8 i TUTT'S PILLS PILLS
T?UTT'8 ARE PURELY VEGETABLE.. PILLS
TUTT'S I TUTT'S PILLS iPILLS
TUTT'S NEVER GRIPE OR NAUSE- PILLS
TUTT'8 iATE. 3 PILLS
T UTT'SBi............................ PIL LS
TUTT'8 .----- ---. -------------.PILLS
T UTTr8 : TIIE DEMAND F'01 T UTT'S: PI LLS
TUTT'8 IPILLS is not confined to this! PILLS
TUTT'8 ieountry, but extends to all parts! PILLS
TUTT'S l ot the world. PI LLS
TUTT'S I A OLEAR HEAD,oelasticilimbs,j PILLS
TUTT'B good digestion, sound sleep,!3 PILLS
TUTT'8 buoyan tspi ritu, fino appetite,i PILLS
TUTT'8 are some of the results of thel PILLS
TUTT'S use of TUTT'S PILLS. i, PILLS
TUITT'S :AS A FAMILY MEDICINE IPILLS
TUTT'S TUJTT'S PILLS ARE THE - PILLS
TUTT'S -; EST-PIliFECTLY HARM-! P1 LLS
TUTT'S -: LESS. PILLS
TUTT'8 1 SOLD EVERYWHERE. PILLS
TUTT'8 i PRICE, TWENTY.FIVE OTS.~ PILLS
TUTT'S I PRINCIPAL eF'FIC E __LLS
TUTrT'8 18 MU RR AY ST REETW, : TPL8
TUTT'8 I NEW YoRK. : PILtLS
TUT T'S i ....................................PIL LS
E XPE C TOR ANT.
This unrivaled preparation has per
formed some of the mnost astonishing
etures that are recorded in the an;nals of
history. Patients suffering for years from
the various dliseases of the Lungs, after
trying different remedies, spending thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by th1e 'une of a' few bottles,
en'tirely recovared their health.
"WON'T SO TO FLORIDAs"
D R. TT T : New York, August 80, 1879.
Dear Sir :--When in Aiken, last winter, I used your
Uzpeotorant for my oough, a.'d realised moro benefit
from it than anything I over tak. I am so well that
I will not go to Florida next w'uter as I intended.
Send me one deoen bottles, by express, for some
friendse ALFREID CUSHING,
123 West Thirty-first Street.
Boston. January 11. 1674.
This eert1fi se that. I hsve ?ecommended the ume of
Dr. Tutt's E xpectorant for diseases of the lung.
for the past two years.and4 to my knoidledyo man
bottles have been used by my patients with the hap
piest results. 2ni two oae where it was thought eon.
firmed consumption had taken plae the Expectorant
eBooted a euro. , p. H. SPRA&(UZ, Mf.
" We ean not speak too highly of Dr. Tutt'g Ene
potorant, and for the sake of sutoering huant
hope it may become mere gener.any known.*uaz.
CORN, for which we will pay the market
price in Cash or Goods.
JOI1N T. GOSSETT & Co.
N. 0. Molasses.
A heavy supply of the above Molasses in
store, which we purchased in New Orleans,
and which we will warrant to be a genuine
J0IW ;T. ,GQ(SXTT ,& CO.
Call on us and get any of the Early Vari
eties of Northern Potatoes
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Ploo an s
We are getting in store, a good supply of
the above imiplements, which we are offering
at a-very stmalk lva ovo - cast and.gar
SP1RING BSITYLE4.] PRINTS;
Ginghams, Cotton Plaids;
1Cambrics, Long ! lothIts, &c;
Coatog' Anl Clars' .0., N. Tt SpoaIl Tead;
Turkey Red Yarn, Palmetto Fans;
Braids, Cotton Hose, &c., &c.
And ,L full line of all sorts of Dry Goods
and N,oions in store and to arrive soon.
(:--il in and sce for yourselves.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., Feb. 12, 1877
Homestead and Exemption.
~TOTICE~ is hiereby giveni tht Mrs. Manry
. A . (Out s,* wiudow of ti lf'us trs. deceatsed,
late of( thle C oun lt y'o' P'iekenis, Southtl Oaurol ina,
hias aplied iCo toe for hiomiest ead in thle real es,
lai. te ad exemtion tu inl thle per'sonail property
I.eIonitginitg to thIe Est ate of satid deceasett, and
Iit I wVill pa:ss uon the am 5 i nii 111ly olilice
at1 theQ Ca.Irt llus. at. Pie keni.., ont S;tuuday,
he ;lIst of Marchel, 18S77, at 11 o' clock, a1. im.
Marcht 1, 1877 25 5
SEEDS! PLANTS! BULBS!
3ENTI BY MAI1L, to any Post Oflice. As
kjsor't menilt lar ge, pr ices mnoderaite, antd se
lectiton best. Send for Priced Lists. Metr,
chants, Druggists, and Dealers s4pplied at
lowest, whiolet ale rat e's.
E-:DW'D J1. EV.\NS & CO.,
Nuirser'ymeiri and SeedsmenC, Yoi k, P a.
Feb 8, 1877 5
N EW A DVER:fi8EM'0NT8..
of ov r 1200O variet,ies of
Gartlen, Flell& Flower Se eds,
lt[ e4 is airo v'tl. U ra1. emsa d
U% 8 out fit. free. 1I. IlAAi.:TT & Co.,
A LUCRATIVE BUJSINESS.
tijiiWe want 500 More lIrst
Olass Sewlig MIachine Ag,
ents, and 50 nien of energy
and ability to Learn the Bu
sin ess of Selli?ng e wviung Ma
chinies. Conispensiation Libor'al, but
vary ing accord inug to ability, char'ac
toer anid gqalidcations of the Agent.
For pardLoulat u, address
827 and 820 Uroadlway, New York, or New
Or leans, Lai.
$2500 l A A gn~ts vut.e4oniour
5 e 60KS wanted everywhere.
T1'he i gge st Th' inig E ver TI'1ed. Sales miiade
from thJis wliin all wtiiigle Boo.ks fail, Also,
Agenits watuI ed oil our' l Mgiiticent Family
Bibles, Superior to all others. With inivalu
able Lllustratecd Aids apdl Liperb Bindings.
Thlese Books' beat. the~ Worill. Full palrt ieLl
lars free. Adldress .Joins E. P'omri':i & Co.,
$ a da:y at hiome. ~ .\gems wated'. Oult
Ip 24 it and ftrmis ce. True & Co., Au,
I3 lTitA" i & 'i li ('A l3, with
name, 10I cents, post paid. L. .Joum:s &
Co., Nassau,. N. Y,
e) ei iOutft Fee.P.0O. V ICK,
l ItY, Augusta, Maie.'
$5 to $20) per daiy at home. glamles wor'thI
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Port-land, Maine.
GEO. 1P. RO(WELL & CJO.,
41 Padr yyg 1. YV.
They hiave the sat isf'action of conttrollinig the
most extensive and complete advertising con,
neitida MMidh&as Mi.'bden foure<. fnd one
whIch would he hardly possible in any other
country but this. They have succeedled in
workinb doGw!n6466iplet bGhngssKInto so
thoroughly a systematic method that no
change. in thes newspaper system 6f"A'Errle
cani escapd;' while the wideat.inforamtLion upon
all topics interestIng to' advert,iset's iM placed
readIIly -at the disposet of t he publi.--Ex tract
from the New York .'Timnes," June 14, 1875.
S EN DI) 'OIR A CIRCULA TL
Time to Pay Me
3omething on your account, so that
I cao keep up took of
Goods and alway have
Waut on hand at all times. If you
anything on Last Years' Account.
DoWlt put n e off any longer, but
,oinc square tip.
If you want more Goods
rheM to you on cay terms. I want
1o sell you
Dr for Cash or Barter, or
hat will best btiit you,
Bec unders'l, and my Newv Stock of
Dry Goods, Ujoots, Shoes, H ats, &c.,
cant be beat. Call and see tne.
WV. T. McFALT.
Oct 12, 17 6
T"E utd'eiesigired have associ at ed with
'them in thme conduc,t of their businiess of
Taunuiang amad Mlassalactuilag
Boots and Shoes,
MR. CHARLES WEITNAUER,- as a partner
equally inltetedt( with us11 tire'ein. T1he
nanme of the firm will hereafter be the
"OCONEE TlAN NERIY." Thiankful for past
patronage, we bespea~k a comrinuance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filminger, has a fine
reputation as8 a Tfanner, and w'll be able to
supply cuIstomeIrs in this line with the best
article of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
We will conltinue4to nruacta~re our erst
class hand made
And offer themit on the bes't term.s.
OUR BOOTS and( S811088 arc for sale by
WV. 'T. M'L"A LL, at. Pickens Court House,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for llides on reasonable terms.
0. WV. FILZINGER,
Jnly 20, 187G 46 i f
ST1ATIE OP SOUITIl CAPla.LNA.
County of Pickens.
IN TilE PROBhATE COURT
WIIEREAS, .John .J. Lewis, Clerk of thme
Cour of Comimon Pleas, in and for thbe
County anad State aforesaid, ha.s made suit in
this Court, to grarit him Letters of Adminis
tration, of the Duorelict Estate and effects of
A. J1. Stewart, deceased, late of the County
andl St at e afojresaidl.
T1hese are iheretore to cite and admonish
all and singular~ th~e kindred an<Y creditors of
the said A. J. Stowart, deceased, that they
be and appear in the Court of Probate, to be
he ldi at P ick ens Coiurit IIouse4, on Wed nesday,
iho 28th day of March next, at 10 o'clock, a.
im., t.o show cauise itf any they have, wh.) the
said admmin istra'it ion shoujd not. he granted.
(liven undiier miy handlt anid otlicial seal, this
theo 13th LFebruary, 1877.
W. Ci. FIELD, .....
.Feb 15, 1877 (5
IT Al(E this method of informing all partles
interest ed, sinht I wil be fo'und in my of..
tice, at. Pick ens Court. Ho(use on each Wan.
saP.8AY rand T1IHR)AY, anid on1 each MAL.EDAY,
for thme purpose of tranisacting any business
that comes uinder my juirisdtiction.
As my duties as &rheol Commissioner will
eompell me to be absent in diffcrent parts of
tho County, I appoint. these spoelal dlays for
the benefit of all conicernedi. Office hours,
from 9 a. im. to 4 p. ml.
U. W. 8lNtULET'ON,
A FAIR EXCOHAl1VE I
THE FoD1W1N0 CALEONATA
BRADLEY'S PAT. PIHOSPHATE,
PALMETTO ACID PHOSPHATE
WILCOX, GIBBS, & Co's MANI9
For sle on liberal terms. (Freight
HUDGElS & BOLT.
Eas1ey, S. 0. , Feb; I Y87 2 Sm
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY Olr PIOKEN8.
B Y virtue of an oder from W. G. Field,
Judge of ProbatW, I will sell to the high.
est biddor for cash, on Baleday in A pi
next, 'at' the regular hours of sale, UheTbi.
lowing REAL ETATE belonging to the
Estate of Moses S. Hendricks, deceased, to
TWO LOTS OF LAND situate In the Town
of Easley, in Pickens County, known in the
plat of said Town as Lots No. 80 and 88,
contaning one acre eauh. Sold for the pay
ment of debts and partition.
TERMS CASH. Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.p.c
March 8, 1877 20 4
MflW AND ATTRACTIVEI
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S,
PICKENS C. .1-1., S. C.,
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
from Now York and Baltimore, a large
and splendid Stock of
These Goods wore carefully selooted
and closely bought by one of the firm,
and CAN and WILL RE sold at aston
ishingly low figures.
A mong the -many novel ties to bo
found in our' stock, is the neant nnd
handsomo Ti'ldlon, HeIndriicks, and
IIlpinI~ HATS, and tJia~ 18e',yli
Caill early, mako your solcetions~
and be haippy.
IIAGOOD & ALEXANiDER.
Oct 25, 1876 ' 8
Used in nearly every locality in many
Set tled beyond ii -dditbt-Nto one questions
the fact that more cases of whiites, suppres
sedl nnd irregular menses a4d utering ob,
struct ions', of every kivid, ai-e ~ib'ing daily
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Femalde Regulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in Georgia and other States is beyond
precedent in the annals of phisic. Thousannds
of certificates 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. [f women suffer here
after it will be their own fault. Female
Reglator is prepared And sold by LA. 11
Bradfief<f, Druggist,'Atlauta, Ga., and may be0
bought at $1,5Q per b,rtle at any respectable
Drug 8tore in the fn'oli.
CAWF,VsVI..,N, Os., April 20, 1869.--This
will certify that two members of1 miy imlme
diate family, afteVr having suffered for many
years from nyenstrun,l irregularity, and having
been thqat ed. w ith out (>enefit, by vat'ious nmed
ical doctork, store at lerrgth completely cured
by one bottle of'Dh J. IGradtield's FRMA LE
REG ULATOR. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
dIrawing at tentiori of mrfifering womnenkind to
the nmerils of a medioino whose power in cur
ing irregular and suppressed muenstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob,
servation, Its effect on such cases 18 truly
wondlerful, anid well may the remedy f>e onlCed
"Woman's Best Friend."
Yonra i-es[iect fully,
sept. 7, 1876 1 4
Stoves, Tinware and Hiouse,
CRLOClKERV, GLASS AND S[LVER PLATED
WVARE A SPECIAlaf.
Roofing and Reopairinug done at short not ice,
at the lowvest pr.ices, We ask all the people
of Pickens and adjoinfing Counties to call and
examine our stock. We certainly sel1 oods
cheaper than they have ever faeen sold in this.
market,. All (oods gauarantecch
Tfo Merchagts-we wholesatle Tinuware- as
chaap as N orthern markets. ~Sndl for Price
J. E. CURTIS & CO.,
Greenville, S. C.
Scot 28. 187'; 4 .
Norto, KOtt& 1o1ingsw%th
A TTORYYS AT' LAW,
Will practide lit the Ciroun a'td Probate
Courts for Pickens County, and- in the Unite4
States Courts of this State from that county.
&Oeo f'the Seffor partners *111 be presefit te
sit lb the t'rheactidW of ally iportan
b4olmaee during vacat1ott.
J. J. NORTON W
W. C. KNIT F(, a
0. L. HOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. 11.
Mar9h 23. 1876 29
HOLCOMBE & CIL ,,
ATTORSWY2 AT LAW.
P I C K E N S Co H. S. .
Wil Praaties in all the Courts of the State
and of the Unit-edf States.. U'usiness promptlr
Mlarch 19, 187M 213
WV 1ITlVER SYMMEM,
ATTORNtY ANDo'ONUOYLO AT ZAW,
GREENVILLE, . C.
Pratiees in the Circuit ourt and Court e
Probate foi Pickens ounty.
Gary 1 . 42 am
ISAAC . imYAy,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices in Courts of Pickenf
County, and ill United States Courts
ILTUSTRATED PRICED CA77ALOG
Fifty pages--300 rilustrations, with De
scription of lhouisands of t he best Flowers
awli Veget ables ini thle world, and the way to
grow them--all for a twvo cent postage stamp'.
Prninti ed in G erman and Englisl
Vick('s Florail GuLide, Quarterily, 25 cents. a
Vick's Flower and Vegetaible Garden, 50
cenlts in papecr: in eleganit elothI covers $1.00
Address, .JAMiN VicK, Rochester, N. Y,
Vick's Floral Gtaide
n; beautirful Quarterly journal, finely illustrated!
andi containing and elegant colored Flower
Plate with t-he first number. Price only 25
ce'nts for tlie year. Theu first 1No. for 1877
just issued in German and English.
Vick's Vlower and Vegetable Garden, in
.60 cents: wit hi elb'gartr c?or b covers $1.00.
Vick 's Ca1alogue-300- lil tstrauions, onlyr 2
JonArms Viek, Rochcster, N. V.
L'JO W ER A AND VIO E ABLE' GA RDEh?
s the~ most beauitiful wvork of t,be kind in the
world. It containis nearly 150 pages, hun4
hleds of fine illustrations, and six chromo
plates of~ flowers, beaiut ifully drawn andl col
ored from nature. Price 50 cents ir'u paper
covers $1.00 in elegant clothi. Printed la~
German aind English.
Vick's Floral Ouiide, Quarterly, 25 cents.
Viok's Catalogue--800 illustrations, 25 ets.
A diress JouI s Vix, Rochester N. Y.
Jlan. 26 20 4t
Y OUR ATTENTION IS MOST RESPECT..
.fully called to the largest and decidedl'y
thme CJIIEAPIEST Stocle of Ooods that has
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; con
sistinig of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE1 CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, eto., ete.
Our prices are so low that no house this
-side of New York- can undrsell us.
We sell Goods strictly for CAS11, which
enables us t.o make the above dleclaration.
We koop constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASil and BLINDS, at prioes that
We also keep on har.d a large lot, of those
celebrated GR ANGE PLOW STOCKS, :to
which we invite your attention.
We have also connected to our Store,
a Large WAGON YA16D, withI a well of Good
Water, which is Free and1 Ores to ALL..
OJELY & 1RROTIKER.
Greenville S. C., October 1 187. noe
The State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
IN PROBA TIE COURT.
~TIIERIEAS. JTohin J. Lewis, Clerk of the
VYCourt. of Common Plens, in and for the
County and State aforesaid, has made suit int
th is Court to grantI hiy Let ters of Adminise
tration, o,f the Derelict Estate and effects of
0. W- Cooper, (deceased, late of the County
and Staute aforesaid.
T hiee arue tierefore t o cit e and adnionish all
and si nguilar (lie kindrecd anid creditors of theo
saId 0. WV. Cooper, deceased, that they be
and appoar in the Court of Probate to held at
Plckens Court Ilouse, on Priday, the 28t'
day of March next, at 10 o'clock, a. in., to
show cause if anmy they have, why the said
adminmistrat ion shlould not ho granted.
Given uinder my hand a nd ofticial seal, this
lie 3d damy ot Feblruairy, .A. D. 1877.
Feb 8, 1877 22 6