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Tlyg #PIk _rep is prox nge
. Biaokberries ill fil ioyn bungry
Tb*iift-hot treather has revived
the spirits of the "cot,tootots."
Thwo, was no service in our church.
0s on thaakgiving day.
Somebody's "mouser" is playing
havo6 with the young chickons around
A cool snap eommenced last Thurs,.
day-making fires quite comfortable
on Friday morning.
We return our thanks to V. M.,
.Eq ,for his kind favor, and will in
due tiUw make a proper use of it.
Irimh potate (d other garden VC..
ltblet nro n1eedli, I ain.
'ho Atd and,lormer
post oio iooks now deserted indeed.
"1 he ti,mbs change and we change
The Auditor's office needs an occn- I
pant--who would like to be that hap. t
py man? Dont all speak at once.
- The editor of the Newberry Herald
has been the victim of Teutonic for
getfulness as well as Teutonic hospi
4~ t a li t y . .0490__ _ 1_ _
Wind hap been for two weeks from I
northwest or north. No rain while it
remains in these directions of the
The post office has been moved to
the store of Hagood and Alexander.
Mr. J. Frank Folger has fitted up the
office in a neat and tasteful way.
We have heard of three mote dogs
being killed in the country, because of
hydrophobia. It behooves all persons 4
to be "on the look out."
The warm, dry weather has h)ad a
very perceptible and beneficial effect
upon cotton. It is, however, small,
and cannot under the most favor'iblo
*- week, was set on fire in three differ'ent
places, but was discovoe'd before
much damage was done. Causo uin
Court for this place will convene on
Monday, June 11th. HIon. D. F.
Bradley has sent a copy of' the newv
+ jury bill, which has passed the House,
and has boon read in the Sonste a
second time, and w ill certainly beocome
a law, providing for tihe drawing of
new Grand and Petit Juries, for this
and sever'al other co,unties where
doubts exist as to the legality of the
present lists of jurors. Gr'and Jurors
-q who served at March term will not be
required to attend at June term.
Mother save your children from Lor'
ture and death by using Shriner's In,
dian Vermifuge. It will Cdestroy and
expel worms of every variety. It is
a reliable agent. Use it according to
~ Je directions on the bottle and watch
the result, and you will be convinced
that it does its work well.
A tramp, who calls himself Win.
Button, made his grand entree into
town; last Sunday morning, minus
coat, shirt and hat, these having been
~, detatched from him, as he said, by
two negroes, who came up with him
on the road near this place after'
nightfall. They also took a derringer
and fdar' dollars in money from him.
Hie said be was from New Ox leans,
via Charleston, Columbia, Greenville
Easley and Liberty. H11 said ho was
h unting a situation as cook, this being
all he knew how to do. No one here
was in want of a "French cook," and
be went on his way rejoicing, after
being replenished by our humane
Sheriff and his deputy of those gar,
mente, of whioh,he had been deprived.
We believe that this man is an arrant
fr aud, and we hereby caution all per
sons to be on their guard against him.
ile is a small man , with smooth
face, brad.pinth, front upper teeth
wanting, beavy black eyebrows, close
ly shingled hair, gate slow and un.q
steady, sinister and downeast look.
We believe that no One ever deprived
him of his clothing and other things,
but tha.t tis is only a maneuver to
Alfred kecCrary, who lived on Lit--.
tle Eastatoe, was shot dead while hoe.
ing In his field about 2 o'clock on last
S~taturday. His little son was plow.
ing in the same finld at th ti.Th
in fired ftftnthft woods, whicl
a 110 yards distn Irom the mur
ered man. The ball entered th4
right breast, passinq thipugh the hang
Ond passed out beneat1tbe left armo
pit, lodging in the left arm near the
elbow. .Mr. Mo9rary, hellowin
three times, reeled and fell. and died
ilk a fOw minutes without speaking
The shot was evidently from a rifie,
The murderer kept himself securely
undor cover of the woods, and twre,
fore, made his. escape easily. Trial
Tuetiee G. W. Taylor, Esq., the fol.
lowing day,. in the absence of the
Doroner Mr, B, B. Earle, held an in
luost over the remains of the unfor,
;unate man, and the jtkry of inquest
'eturned the verdict: That the de
Feased came to his death from the ef
eot of a ball hot from a gun, in the
iands of some unknown person.
It seems that the Revenno officers
Brton, ry, LIl othersl a iow w'S
igo, viitd tiit ecomunity, and
! C(Crary 'com pan ie6 them lor the
urplose oilwn. ;Y)g thwem to the viola
,orn of the revenue laws, and to the
iabitation of the notorious Redmond.
Whether he did so voluntarily or was
ompelled to go by these officers, we
conw not. But he did go along with
hem as a pilot, so we are informed,
mnd it is the general impression that he
vils killed by some one of his own
)ople, for this, as thay rogard, trait
>rous act in him. The character
>f the informer has, from time im.
nemorial, been regarded as a despica,
>le one, and whether Mr. McCrary
icted voluntatily in this matter ore by
lompulsion, grievously has he paid
.he penalty with his life. Such acts
)f violence and reckless disregard of
iuman life are ever to be deplored,
nd any man whose heart is so obdu
ate and so,fatally bent on the dis
'ruction of human life, and so utterly
egardless of law, all good citizens
;hould make every effort to bring to
0ondign punishment the purpetrator
A this foul murder. We think that
R~evenue ofhicers should not press in
itizens Lo perform a work wvhich they
ire p)aid to do.
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M cF A LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
A LL NEW, NICE AND BRIGilT.
A splendid assortment, and prices to
suit the times.
CROOKERY, TIN AND)
All kinds, sizes and prices, fromn
Half Pint Cup to a 20 gallon WVashi
I)IRUGS & 1MEDIOINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and ali
the leading articles always on hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit every one.
DANDY AND CRACKERS,
DANNED) GOODS & PICKLES,
&nd in fact a general assortment ol
Come and see for your self.
W, T. MIcFALL.
Mayv10. 1877 3
The Healthiest of us are 4iable to obstruo
tions in the bowels.. ;Wt neglect them. IL
is necessary to outrage the palate with naus
eous drugs In such eases. The most effective
laxative known is Tarrant's Efferves6ent
Seltzer Aperient, and it is also the most
agreeable. Its operation Is soothing, cool
ing, painless. Sold by all druggists..
$ 66 a week in your own town. Terms and
UU6 $, tftt. free.. H... HA&,*%V, & CO.,
A GREAT OFFFR!
We will during these Hard Times dispose of
PIANOS and ORGANS, new and second-hand
of first class makers including WATERS' at
lower prices for cash or Installments or io
let until paid for than ever before of
''nred. V' squr' 11rndT)'-i Upricrbtl
P'iano(j! ;.1i1 r:1 (in l in the1 neCW '4yn,
VCve0 ' 1 " tl :t) J the ilest made. 7
0 1ny iano' .-F15 . I to do S100 vot. us-l
~ ~ ' ~''P~ I4 Stovps
"i' 6i.mps iloU each, not used a year,
in perfect order and warranted. Local and
Traveling Agents Wantod. Allustrated Cata.
logues Mailed. A liberal discount to Teach
era, Minit ters, Churches, etc. Sheet Music
at half price. HORACE WATERS & SONS,
Manufacturers and Dealers, 40 East 14th St.,
Union Square, N. Y.
TO$J a Week to Agents. $10
$5 1)77Outfit Free. P. O. VICK..
ERY, Augusta, Maine.
$12 aday at home. Agents wanted. Out
$1fit and terms free. True & Co., Au
CEORCE PACE & CO.
No. 5 N. 80E0ZDB ST., BALTIM022, MD.
Patent Portable& Stationa Engines
Patent Circular Saw Mils,
Gang, Muley & Nash Mills,
Grist & Flour Mills, Water
Wheels, Shingle Barrel &
-Tainite Emnery Wheels ana
G er.Sawn, Mill Sup1ies &e
The Black Hill%
By H. N. MAGUIR, who has spent12 years
in this region. Latest accounts oL Gold and
Silver prospects. Agricultural af Grazing
resources, climate, hunting. fishing, Indians,
and settlers' adventures with them, mining
and wild Western life, the waterfalls, boiling
geysers, noble scenery, immense gorges, etc.
With 27 fine illustraiions, and new map.
Price Only 10 Cents. Sold by all News
dealers, or sent. post-paid for 12 cents by
DONNELY, LoYD & Co., Publishers, Chicago,
5EXTRA FiNE MIXED CARDS, with
name, 10 cents, post paid. L. Jo,Es &
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
$5 t.o $20 per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
The above Institution otfers all the coma
forts of a home to patients suffering with eye
or ear diseases, skilful nurses aire in attend
ance, and as the surgeon in charge resides in
the house with the family, patients are seen
by haim several times during the day. For
further information apply to the surgeon in
Dn. GEORGE REULING
OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIDlUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
This Institution was regularly incorpor,.
ated by the Legislature of the State for Edu,.
cational and Charitable purposes in 1808,
with a Capital of $1,000,000, to which it has
since added a reserve fund of $350,000. Its
Grand Singe Number Drawings will take
place monthly. It never scales or postpones.
Look at the following schemp:
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
during which will take place the
Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing,
At. New Orleans, Tuesday June 5.
Under the personal supervision and manage
ment of Gen. 0. T. BEA UREGARD, of La.,
and Gen. JUBAL A. EARILEY, of Virginia.
C A P1 T A!, PRiZ E, $100,000.
WNotice--Tickets are Ten Dollars Only.
h alves, $5. Quart ers, $2.60. Eighths, $1.25
LIST OF PRIZs.
1 Capital Prize of $100,000 $100,000
1 Grand P'rize of 60.000 60,000
1 Grand Prize of 20,000 20,000
2 Large Prizes of 10,000 20,000
4 Large Prizes of 6,000 20,000
20 Prizes of 1,000 20,000
50 do 600 25,000
100 do 800 80,000
200 do 200 40,000
600 do 100 60,000
10000 do 10 100,000
100 Approx'tion Prizes $200 . $20,000
100 "" 100 10,000
100 ""75 7,600
11,279 Prizes, amounting to $522,600
Gen. G. T. BEauRIt:OAn, of La.Coms
Gen. JunAL A. EARLEY, of Va. Comf
Write for Circulars or send orders to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
P. 0, Box 692, New Orleans, La.
THIRD GRAND DOLLAR DRAWING,
Tuesday July 3.
Capital Prize, $20,000. Tickete $1 each.
STATE OF SOUTVI[ CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
iY virtue of sundry executions to me di
)rctedi, I will sell to the highest bidder,
before the Court House door, at Pickens C.
H., on thi first Monday in June next, the fol
lowing property to wit:
ONE BAY M ARE; levied on as the prop
erty of WV. C. Morgan, at the suit of RL. E.
liolcomibe against W. C. Morgan et al.
One Home Shuttle Sewing. Machine; levied
on as the property of A. J. Anders9n, at the
suit of A. and E. Bacon..
At Easley Station, on Tuesday after Sale
day, at 11 o'clock a. in., One Lot Blacksmith
Tools; levied on as the property of Couch,
Day & Clyde, at the suit of Gower, Cox &
JOABI MATULDIN, 8.p c
May 17, 1377 308
VO VORA8Z 1,000 1USH'L
wheh we will pay the 4rket
p *,Pah or Goods.
HNT. OSETT & 00.
N. O Molasses.
A heavy suppiy of the above Molasses in
store, which we purehased in New Orleans,
and whiah we will warrant to be a genuine
JOHN T. GOSSETt & 00.
TI on u 1nd * (et any of he Early Oae:
vok,.% ok'Northern P otatoes
Jn0 1N T. 1)SSE T & C .
We are getting In store. a good supply of
the above implements, which we are offering
at a very small advance above cast and car
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
SPRING STYLE PRINTS;
Ginghams, Cotton Plaids;
Cambrios. Long Cloths, &c;
Coates' and Clarks' 0. N. T. Spool Tread;
Whittemore's Cotton Cards;
Turkey Red Yarn, Palmetto Fans;
Braids, Cotton Hos%, &c., &c.
And a full line of all sorts of Dry Goods
and Notions in store and to arrive soon.
Call in and see for yourselves.
JOUN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., Feb. 12, 1877
T TIE undersigned have associated with
them In the conduct of their business of
Tanning and Ylanufactuing
Boots and Shoes,
MR. CHA RLES WEITNA UER, as a partner
equally interested with us therein. The
name of the firm will h'ereafter 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, andl will be able to
supply customers in this line with the best
article of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
We will continue to manufacture our first
class hand made
B00Tg AMB SESRE.
And offer them on the best t<.rms.
OUR BOOTS and SHOES are for sale by
WV. T. McFALL, at Pickens Court House,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for Hides on reasonable terms.
0. W. FILZINGER,
July 20, 1876 46 tf
ILLUSTRATED PRICED cATALOUGE
Fifty pages-300 Illustrations, with De
scription of thousands of the best Flowers
and Vegetables in the world, and the way to
grow them-all for a two cent postage stang.
Printed in German and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25~ cents, a
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 60
cents in paper; in elegant cloth covers $1 .003
Address, JAxxs VIcK, Roohester, N. Y,
Vick's Floral Guide
a beaut,iful Quarterly journal, finely illustrated
and containing and elegant colored Flower
Plate with the first number. Price only 25
cents for the year. The first No. for 1877
just issued in German and English.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, in
50 cents; with elegant cloth covers $1.00.
Vick's Calalogue-800 llustrations, only 2
JAMEs VIcK, Rochester, N. Y,
FLOWER AND VEGETABL~R IA RI)EN
is the most beautiful work of the kind in the
world. It contains nearly 150 pages, hunmm
dIreds of fine illustrations, and six chiromo
plates of flowers, beautifully drawn and col
oredl from nature. Price 50 cents in paper
covers $1.00 in elegant cloth. Printed in
German and Englih,
Vick's Floral GJuide, Quarterly, 25 eents.
Vick's Catalogue--800 Illustrations, 26 et..
Address JAaSn Vacex, Rochester N. Y.
Jan. 25 20 dt
A HONE AND FARNIOF
On the line of a GREAT RAILROAD, with
good markets both East and West.
Now is the Time to Secure It.
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, Best country for
Stock Raising In the United States.
Books, Maps, Full Information, also "THE.
PIoNEEU' sent free to all parts of the world.
Address 0. F. D)AVI8,
Land Commissioner U. P. R. RL.
BRADLEY'S PAT, hHOSP1ATE,
PALMETTO ACID1 PHO"PnATE,
WILCOX, GIBBS, & COV MANI,, wl
PULATED GUOANC, 00
ATLANTIC PHOSPMATE. st
For sale on liberal terms. (Freight as
paid) by bu
Easle, 8. 0., rb e 1877 ..2 ; 1
By-poh ad reri aln Com and
EASLEY STATION, . C.
THE CELEBRARTED ETIWAN
DIS. BONE, always on hand for com
HARRIS'S COMPOUND, AND
Also, John Morry an & Co Ammo-.
niated Dissolved Bo s-in any quan,. iI
tities to suit pursh ers. Apply for vi(
terms and prices- t Eisley, A. & i
R. A. L. R. W- cai
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO. en
March 15, 1877 26 al
NEW AXD ATTRAOTiD YE-1
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S,T
PiCKENS C. IH., S.C.,
These Goods wvere carefully selected
and clor,cly bought by ono of the firm,
and CAN and WILT BE sold at aston
ishingly low figures. TC
Among the many novelties to be
found in our stock, is the neat and
handsome Tilden, Hendricks, and wht
Hampton HATS, and the stylish ("
Hampton COLLAR. or
Call early, make your selections of
0and be happy.
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER. pto
Oct 25, 1876 8 de
Used in nearly every locality in many
Bettled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres- fo,
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob, foi
structions, of every kind, are being daily tli
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Femal-e Regulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its an
success in Georgia and other States is beyond A.
recedent in tl.e annals of phisie. Thousands pC
of certificates from womnen everywhere pour in no
upon the proprietor. The attention of prom- N(
inent medical mn is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, and the most sucOcss- [L
ful practioners use It. If women suffer here -
after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. HI T
Blradfield, Druggist., Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at $I,50 per bottle at any respectable
Drug Store in the Union.
ECFFKCTL TRULY WONDERFULr.
CARTERsV'ILLEC, On., April 26, 1869.-Thisw
will certify that two members of my immne
diate family, after having suffered fnr many
years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, were at length completely cured f
by one bottle of D)r. J. Bradfield's FEMA LE
REGULATOR. I therefore deem It my duty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of o.
drawing attention of suffering womnenkinid to o
the merits of a medicine whose power in cur,
ing irregular andi suppressed menstruation,
has been proven uinder my own personal ob- er
servation. Its effect on such cases is trulyw
wondlerful, anid well may the reruedy be callel
"Woman's Best Friend,""
Yours respecf fully,
JAS. W. STRANWM. tl
Sept. 7, 1876 14 tli
N!OT ICE. a(i
I TA ICE this method of informing all partiles fr4
interested, that I will be found in my of Cij
floe, at Pickens Court House on each Wv.u
KSsDAY and TuuonsrAr, and on each 8Ar.xnAY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that comes under my jurisdiction.
As rmiy duties as SchlO Commissioner will T(
comipell me to be abserit in different parts of
the Ciounty, Iapp oint those special days for m<
t he benefit f all concerned. Office hours, fic
from 9a. m.to4 p. m. Co
0. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187r 22
402MLC ,AF GJEI W
lit' PfVtd5Walte Courts of the Stat
d Courts of MaU 14t"a, or am Dis
ot of South Carolidw.
Mwrch 2W 1877 20
ortotk lKeth & Hollinswrth
4TTORNEYYS A TXAVVW
l' pratiw iA tww efrouit a W4ftb.e
urts for Pi9kte County4 and ig the United
0,e Cours of this State from. that county.
ie of the Senior partners will be present to
list in the transaction of say 1mperane
siness during vacation.
J. ). NORTON
I,.~~~~~ IILI I ',S (.IL iV'jk I. k
V UITNER STYMME
ATTORNEY AND OUNSELLOR AT LAW,
GRENVILLE, 8. C,
bractices in the Circuit ourt and Court e
Probate for Pickens'ounty.
k4ay 16 42 - 6M
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in Courts of Pickene
munty, and in United States Courts
)R. GEO. W. EAlL, having located at
Pickens C. H., with the view of devot.,
;.his entire attention to his Profession irr
its diffarent branches, now offers his ser
cs to the citizens of Pickens and surround
count:-y. le hopes to meet the expecta
n of the people by prompt attention to all
ics entrusted to his care;. with the experi
ce of fifteen year', wily four years in the
rious Hospitals during the late war, where
disease- that ffesh is heir to was seen anct
Special attention given to l1 diseases pe.w
liar to women and children. le can be
ind at his residence (at all ti'ns unlese
>felssionally absent,) formerly occuipled by
s. Hughes, at the East end of Main street,
Alarch 1, 1877 25 8m
hie State or South C!arolina
P ICKENs COoUNTY.
peran ee Ith. Bebecca Keith, Elizabeth
ilendricks, and husband, George K. Hien
dricks, 8tephen i>. Keith, Mary Keith,
widow of Geot-ge Keith, deceased, Marthw
Dwens, and husband, Duke W. Owens,
Nancy Ferguspn andl husband, Augustue
F'erguson, Mur Tally and husband, Ru
>en Tally, 8t0 hen Keith and Rebecca
Complaint for Relief.
William Keith, one of the defendants
rOU are hereby snmmoned and required
.. to answer the complaint in this action,
ich is filed in the ofIc eof t,he Probate
Ige at Pickens Court House, in and for the
unty and State aforesaid, and serve a copy
your answer on the subscribers at their
Coo, on the public square of Pickens Court
use, in the State aforesaid, within twenty
ys after the service of the summons on you,
elusive of the day of service, 'if you fail
answer the complaint within that time the
iintiff will apply to the Court for the rolle(
manded in the complaint.
~I(TON, KEITH & HlOLINSWORTH,
- Plgptiff's Attorneys.
I Win. Keith, one of' the Defendaets' in the
r'ake notice, that thuis act ion Is commenced
-the partition of land, in the Probate Court
the County and State aforesaid, and that
a summons and complaint in said action
s tiled in the office of the Probate Judge at
skens Court Hlouse, in and for the Oounty
1 State aforesaid on the 24th (day of April,
D- 1877, and that you are required to ap.-.
ar in the cause by the thirtieth day of June
xt., or the P'lintiff will apply to the court
-'the relief dlemlandied in the complaint.
)RTON, KEITH & HiOLLINGSWORtTH,
.s.'J W. 0. FIELIt, Probate Judge r..
april 26, 1877 83 6
he State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
I COURT OFCOMMON PLEAS
T. McFall, Plaintiff, against W. S. Wil.,
>py Summons for Money Demand,
( Com plaint not Served.)
) W. S. Williams, D)efendant in tbis action:
70UI are hereby snrmn onIed and required~
to answer the complaint in this action',
which a. copy is fdled in the oflice of the
erk of the Court for said1 county, and to
rve a copy of your ainswer on the subscrib
a at their oflice, at P'ickens Court House,
ithain t wouity dauys after the service of this*
rimmons on you, exclusive of theo daiy of
11f you fail to answer this complaint within
e time aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to
e court for judgmienit against you for the
mn of One HIundhred and Four 20,100 Dollars,
ih interest from the 1st, day of June 1874,
one per cent per month, and Three Hun.
ed and Thiirty"two 55.100 Dollars, with in..
-est at the rate of 7 per cent per annum
>mi the 25th (lay of December, one thousand
~ht hundired Iand seventy four and costs.
Dated A pril 26th, A. 1). 1877.
CuTHIRAN, IIOLCOMBE & CHILD.
W. S. Williama Defendlant:
rake notice that the complaint and som..
ns in the above action, was filed in the of-.
a of the (lark of the Court, for Pickco
unty, oan the 20th day of April, 1877.
COTIIRAN, 110hCOMIE & CILD,
mnay 3. 1877 81 6