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LOC AL TEMS
Our jail is now empty, and Sheriff
Mauldin is happy.
Corn and Cotton looks well and is
Garden vegetables are fino and
plentiful in this sootion since the rains.
Plums are' coming in, and so is
Canoe shoes and Navy blue suits F
are the style in Pickens just at this
The communication of "Citizen"
orowded out of this issue, but will ap.
pear next week.
There has been heavy rains in the r
West, which has done considerable o
damage to the growing crops.
Wo had corn silks on the 17th inst.
We are ahead of our farmer friends
Mr. G. W. James, of this place, Las r
a'fine lot of wheat.
Mr. Jeremiah Looper had "cake"
from new wheat on the 10th inst.
Our Central correspondent "Rover,"
is a taithfut sentinel on the watch,
tower. IfMay his shadow never grow
The late rains have caused the farm
er's heart to rejoice with a prospect of
a bountiful harvest.
Kirk Mahldin, of this County, we
aro informed, has been appointed
Deputy United States Marshal.
Prof. Carlisle's fine pointer slut,
+ "Kate," handed in her chocks one
night last week. There was no in
quest or post mortem examination, but
it is supposed to have been a caso of
Friend Waddy has placed an ele,
gant awning over th front door of
+ his store. It will soon become the
rendezvous of the loafers club.
Prof. C. is heavy on the "ctators." 2
lie has a large patch and says be in
tends to mako them whether ho euc
coeds in keeping thorm through the
winter or not.
*Dowberrics are rripe, and the
blaokhocry crop is promnising. People
should make plenty of blackberry
wine-nothing is better in caecs of
Twenty-five cents wvill buy a bottle
of Shrinor's Indian Vermifuago, theo
most reliable agent in destroying and
expelling worms from children and
adults. Try it. Every bottle guar,.
anteed to give satisfaction.
Mr. L. B. Gravlcy has sent to this
office some very fine heads of wheat,
and we are informed ho has a good
deal sown which is equally as good as t
the heads sent us.
We would like to have a correspon
dent at Easloy Station to give us
"Basley items." Who of our friends
there will take upon themselves the
arduous task and become immortal
* ised through the columns of the SEN
DoGS.--Mad dogs seem to be on the
increase in this locality, and for the
protection and security of human life,
we make the following suggestion,
which we hop1) will be adopted and
c, arried out by every citizon in the
County: Let every person who has a
favorite dog which he desires to
keep, confine him scurely in a
house, or chain him in the yard, so
that he cannot possibly esoape from
the premises. Then let it be under
stood by everybody that every dog
caught running at large, or outside
th,e. premises of its Owner, shall bo
shot down without question or hesi
tation. iluman life is too precious to.
be sacrificed by the bite of a rabid and
worthless dog, and we trust this sug
gestion will be unanimously adopted
by our citizens and carried into effect
at once. There is no Lime to lose, for
one human life is worth all the dogs
- CENTRAL, June 10,1877,.
We had all better go~ the "no
*Mr. A. has bad a "whito hawk'' on -
Mr. D. 0. Thrasher has just finished
a~ nice kildi of brick.
- Mad dog fever about played out
Rain now llutiful. It ma1~kes I
"Latin" slita, Cr-rnn r.nlinrd." .r t.s - r
nco plants rojoico in their new situ,%
Whoat orop splendid. livery one
aye the best for .manyyears. Rather
damp time-for harvesting.
Cross-tie and car-wood business is
till alive. Meders. "See-left" and
Old" (as "Tommie" calls them) are,
Lumber is getting so scarce that a
mall club, which a fellow out the
other day, cost him eight dollars and
There was a "big metin" at Central
he other night. The meeting was
Petween a cross-tie and the head of a
nan, who leaped off of the hind end
1 a car, while it was in motion. We
ro inclined to think he didn't get
oligion at that meeting, but that it
aused hira to use aome "cuss" ords.
The citizens of our town turned out
n masso on Monday and Tuesday, to
ssist our good friend Mr. Gasaway in
rooting a temporary rosidence, since
o was so unfortunate as to have his
ico now one burned. The lively
ianner in which things were moved
rounl, did something towards dis
,orsing tho sadness and gloom that
osted around a desolate house.
'or til Spiri~c immr.
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M c F AL L'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
L LL NEW, NICE AND BRIGU'T.
L splendid assortment, and prices to
suit the times.
J~ROOKERY, TIN AND
tII kinds, sizes and prices, from a
LaIf Pint Cup to a 20 gallon W ash
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Liways Fresh and Genuine, and all
ho loading articlos always on hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCIf.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit every one.
JANDY AND CRACKERS,
JANNED) GOODS & PICKLES,
a.nd in fact a genoral assortment of
Como and soo for your self.
W, T. McFALL.
May 10, 1877 85
LAll persons having demands against the
Estate of Nathaniel Lynch, deceased, are re
Lnested to prove the samo before us, and
hose indebted to the said Estate, will comeo
orward and settle forthwithi.
G. M. LYNCII , s
J. T. BURDINE, Exo
Juno 7, 1877 39 .3
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT..
Notice 18 hereby given to all persons
uterested in the Estate of Elias HiolIings,
rorth, deceiased, that I will apply to W. 0.
leld, Judge of Probate for Pickens County,
or a Final Settlement and dlischargo as
3xecutor of said Estate, on Saturday,
ho 25th of August, 1877.
Ri. E. IIOLCOMBIE, Exo'r.
May 24, 1877 37 10
TIlE undersigned gives notice that ho has
LWith1drawn from the mercantile business,
ut will always be found at his office at
asley, to transact any business that comes
nder his jurisdiction as a Trial Justice. Al
,ays ready to execute any kind of legal pa
ers. T. W. RtUS8ELL.
Ji.~ue 11, 1877 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLNA.
IN THE PROFATE COURT.
W. Silas Kirksey, Plaintiff, against Joseph
A. Bates, Mary Bates, Harvey E.Mull, Mar.
garet Mull. James R. Kirksey, Elizabeth
Clayton, and Robert C. Clayton-Defend
Complaint for Partition and Sale of
BY order of W. G. Field, Judge of Probate,
I will sell at Pickens Court House, on
laleday in July next, the following REAL
&STATE of James Keith, deceased, to wit:
Tract No, 1
TABLE ROCK HOTEL PLACE, contain.
ng 8 acres moro or less, known as No. 3,
n old survey.
Fract No. 2.
Known as the Chastain Place, containing 800
wores more or less, known as No. 6, in old
iurvey. Sold tor Partition, &c.
Tract No. 3.
Known as tract No. 11 in old survey, con
aining. 78 acres more or less,
Tract No. 4.
Known as the Reed survey or No. 10 of old
3urvey, containing 160 acres more or less.
Tract No. 5,
Known as the Neal and Weems tract, con
Laining 540 acres more or less, on Carrick's
Tract No. 6.
Known as the Nnut Cove tract, containing
- acres, joing S. D. Keith, Estate ot Wm.
Southerland and others, on waters of Green's
TERMS OF SALE-Costs of proceedings
In cash on day of sale. One half of the re
mainder on the first day of January next, the
other half on the first day of June following,
with interest from the day of sile. The pur
chaser or purchasers to give bond with good
security and a mortgage of the premises
bought to the Probate Judge, to secure the
purchase money, and pay extra for titles and
JOAB MAULDIN, s.p.-o
June 7, 1877 39 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
B Y virtue of an execution to me direoted,
I will sell to the highest bidder before
the Court IIouse door, during the legal hours
of sale, on Saleday in July next,
All of those TIIRRE LOT$ lying in the
Town of Pickens, anown in the plan and
survey of said Town as Lots Nos. 2, 25 and
26, containing Two Acres, more or less, with
the exception of a corner Lot of fifty feet on
Main, by One IIundred feet on Ann street,
and on which there is a Dwelling and Store
Levied on as the y.roperty of S. D. Keith,
att the suit of W. 0. Field, as Probate Judge,
successor, against J. Riley Ferguson and 8.
TE RMS CASH.-Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P.c.
June 7, 1877 89 4
The state of South CarolHua
By W. G. Field, Judge of Probat.
Whereas, J. J. Lewis, c.c.p.,has made suit
to me to grant him Letters of Administration,
upon the Estate and Effects of Alfred Mc
The kindred and creditors of the said Alfred
McCrary, deceased, are therefore cited to
be and appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be holden at Pickens C. HI., on
Friday, the 22d day of June instant, at 11
o'clock, a. mn., to shew cause, if any they h40ve,
why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this, the
2d day of Juno, A. D., 1877.
W. 0. FIELD, J.r,r.c.
June 7, 1877 89 2
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
HOYT, EMLYN & McDANIEL.
JAMES A. HOYT, Editor.
The Daily Register contains the latest news
of the day, all commercial, political and other
matter sent by telegraph, full local reports,
editorials upon all current topics and
Grange and Agricultural Departments.
The Daily has a circulation extending to
all parts of the State, is circulated in nearly
every State in the Union, and consequently
increasing; therefore, as ani advertising me
dium it cannot be surpassed.
The Tri-Weekly Registers is issned every
Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urdlay morning,
alnd contains all the news of the days in one
The Weekly Register is an EIG hT PAGE
paper,cont.aining FORTY-EIG hIT CO LU,MNS,
embracing the:creamn of news of each week.
This paper is within the reach of every family,
and we are pleased to state the fact that its
large circulation is rapidly extending.
The Register is now the Organ of the State
Grange, and all matters of interest to the
Patrons of Husbandry will be treated in their
tppropriatoa department. The Agricuttural
and Grango articles will appear in each of
our publications-Daily, Tri-Weekly and
TERMS OF 8UBBCRtIPTION.
DA~ItEv REIsTER-One Year, $7 00; Six
Months, $3 50; Three Months, $1 75.
Tr-W EEKLY ItEGsTE-One Year, $5 00;
Six Months, $2 60, Three Months, $1 25.
WVEEKLY h1EoIsTER-9Tle Year, $2 00; Six
Months, $1 00; Throo Months, 50.
The best and cheapegg.UOGOK and JOB
PRlINTiNT, of every desdrIption, promptly
and satisfactorily xeutod at the Register
All kinds of Law Blanks on hand, which
we will sell at theo lowest prices.
JAMES A. HTOYT,
H. N. EMLJYN,
W. B. McD)ANIEL,
Proprietors and PuUbhers.
May 3L, 1877
WANTED TO PURKASE 1,000 BUSHELS
CORN, for which we will pay the market
price it Cash or Goods.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
N. 0. Molasses.
A heavy supply of the above Molasses in
store, which we purehased In New Orleans,
and which we will warrant to be a genuine
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Call on us and got any of the Early Vari
eties of Northern Potatoes.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
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;
Cambrics, Long Cloths, &c;
Coates' and Clarks' 0. N. T. Spool Tread;
Whittemore's Cotton Cards;
Turkey Red Yarn, Palmetto Fans,
Braids, Cotton Hose, &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.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., Feb. 12, 1877
THlE undersigned have associated with
them in the conduct of their business of
Tanning and MIanufractuiing
Boots and Shoes,
MR. CHARLES WEITNA UER, ne 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 HIARNIIS8
We will conatinue to manufacture our first
class hand made
Andoferyhe on ebsttrs
OUR BOOTS and SHOES are for sale by
W. 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 t
I'LL USTRA TED PRICED CATALOUCE
Fifty pages-300 Illustrations, with De
script,ion of thousands of the best Flowers
and Vegetables in the world, andf the way to
grow them-all for a two cent postage stamp.
Printed in German and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents, a
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 50
cents in paper; in elegant cloth covers $1 .003
Address, JAMEs VICKc, Rochester, N. Y,
Vick's Floral Guide
a beautiful Quarterly journal, finely illustrat ed
and containing and eleganit 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-300 Illustrations, only 2
JAMEs VIcK, Rochester, N. Y.
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDEN
is the most beautiful work of the kind in the
world. It contains nearly 150 paiges, hun
dEeds of fine illustrations, and six chrtm.io
plates of flowers, beautifully drawn and col
ored from nature. Prico 50 cents in paper
covers $1.00 in elegant cloth. Printed in
German and English.
Vick's Floral Ouide, Quarterly, 25 centis.
Vick's Catalogue-300 Illustrations, 25 cts.
Address .T AXMs VioK, Rochester N. Y.
Jan. 26 20 - t
A lEONE ANVD FARl OF
On the line of a GREAT RAILROAD, with
good markets both East and West.
Now is the Time to Secure It.
Mild Climnate, Fertile Soil, Best country for
Stock Riaising in the United States.
Books, Maps, Full Information, also "TurE
l'IONEER'' sent. free to all pairt3 Of the world.
Address 0. F. D)AVlIS,
Land( '>mnmissionaer U. P. R. R.
A FAIR EXCHlANG]?
THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATE
BRADLEY'S PAT. PHOSPHATE,
PALMETTO ACID PHOSPHATE
WILCOX, GIBBS, & CO'S MANI
For sale on liberal terms. (Freight
IUDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, S. 0., Feb. 8, 1877 22 8m
auss:LL5 MAITIN & 00s
Dry-100d;, orokrel, 1C.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
TIE CELEBRARTED ETIWAN
DIS. BONE, always on hand for com
IIAIRIS'S COMPOUND, AND
Also, John Merry an & Co Ammo
niated Dissolved Bo --in any quan..
titics to suit pursh ers. Apply for
terms and prices- t Ensley, A. &
R. A. L. R. W
RUSSELT MARTIN & CO.
March 15, 1877 20 j
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whitcs, suppres
sel and irregular menses and uterine ob,
structions, or evecry kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Rlegulator,
than by all other remedies combined. 1ts8
success in Gleorgia and othier States 1s beyond
precedent in the annals 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 this
wonderful compound, and the most, success
fuul practioniers use it. If women suffer here
after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. II
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at 51,50 per bottle at any respectable
Drug lStore in the Union.
.EFFEOTL. TRULY WONDlERFUL.
CAnTEn.sviLLR, On., April 26, 180.--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. J. Blradfield's FE MALE
REGIULATOR. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womeonkind to
the merits of a medicine whose power in cur,
ing irregular and suppressed menstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob
servation. Its effect onl such cases is triuly
wonderful, and well may the remedy be called
"Woman's Best Friend."
Sept. 7, 18786 1 4
i. CE1IMBnATED '
Hoi%e and Cattle 6dis:
broken down and ow-spirited os
by strengthening and caasang
. stomach and Intestinos. ~ah -
It is a lure prventive of all diseases
PIn GLA ent YELs aal, such U LUNG
WATER iIIEAVEs oOIUGRS, DIs
TEMPR,FEVERg FOUND ER,
LOSS OF APPETIR AND VITAL
E.NEROY, &o. Its use improves
the wind, increases the ap'petito..
gives asmooth and gloss skia---and
tasforms tho miserbe skeh'ton
into a&ne-looking and spirited hvarso.
.To keprso Cows this prepara
tIon Is invaluable. It Is a sure pe
ventive against Rinderpest, llow
Horn, etc. *It has been proven by
actual experiment to increase the
cruantUty of milk and cream twenty
per cent. and make the butter firm
and sweet, In fattening cattle It
gives them an apetite, loosens their hido, sad snakes
them thive uuo faster. -.$ari.~a.aw
'In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, llers in
the Lungs Liver,&c., this article acts
as a spool . By putting from one
halfla pe to a perin arlo
cated or entirely prevented. If Ivtn
in time, a certain reveitivf and
oure for the Hog hlera.
DAVID E.FOUTZ, Proprietor'e ,
Bold by Druj IatoandAtorekeepe through
out the Vnite States. CanadlaandArnerica.
$1,00 flDfl ON $100
Made any day in PUrTS and CALLs. Invest
acoording to your means. $10, $50 or $100,
in STOCK PI'LEGE, has brought a small
fortune to the careful investor. We advlh e
when and how to operate safely. Book with
full information sent free. Address orders by
mail andl telegraph to 15.AXTER & CO.,
Bankets and1( Brokers, 17 Wall At., N. Y.
May 17, 1877 36 Jy
I T AKE this method of informing all parties
interested, that I will be found in my of
fice, at. Piocns Court House; on each
WV E D) N E G D) A Y, mad on each' SA I.EDAY,
for the purpose of tran.sacting anmy business
that comeos tiuder my j1urmisdict ion.
As my dluties asi .Schiool Commisioner will
come10m to b)e absenti in differenut parts of
the County, I appoint thesew special dlays for
the benefit of all concerned. Oflico hours,
from 9 a. min. to 1' p.m
O. WV. SINGLETON,
Foh 8.,187~ 2
J 8 COTHRAN, W E IfoLoOMB8, It AUINILD
AbbFeville t It Liberty, 8 C Pick'ns C H
O1rMRAN, HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
AT2ORNEYB # COUNSELORA AT LA W
PIOKENS 0. H. S.C.
Will Practioe In 0,1 the Courts of tAp Sate
and Courts of the United States, for the IIft
Irict of South darolina.
March 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith & 8olligswetk
A TTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice in the Ctrouit and Probate
Uourts for Pickens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
Dne of the Senior partners will be present. to
%ssist in the transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, a
W. C. KEITI, Walhalla
0. L. IIOLLINGSWOITH1,Pickon4 C. If.
March 23, 1876 29
W \Av11ITNER SYMMEN.
ATTOnNEY AND COUN81LLOR AT LAWj
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ractices in the Circuit ourt and Court o
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 10 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
BRIM E . ,, 2 , C, .
Practicca in Courts of Pickons
County, and in United Stittes Courtd
D R. OEO. W. EARLE, having locatel at
Pickens C. II., with the view of dev,t.
ing his entire attention to his Professioi in
all its different branch.es,.now offers his ser.;
vices to the citizens of' Pickens and surround
ing country. lie hopes to meet the expecta
tion of the people by prompt attention to all
oases entrusted to his care; with the experi
ence of fifteen years, with four yea's' in'thtt
various Hospitals during the late war, *lxero.
all diseases that flesh is heir to was seen and
Special attention given to oll diseases pe.,
culiar to women and clilldrcn. lie can be
found at his residence (at a times udnIs&
professionally absent,) formerly oc-Apied by
Mrs. IIughes, at the East end of' Main street.
March 1, 1877 25 8m
P IAN OSd"' -r
wood (not tised over
Pianos at wholesale. Great bargains. Nearly
new, $20; 2 stops, $45; 6 stops, $50; 0 er'op
$55; 7 stops, $00; 9 stops, $05- 12 stops, $5
to $75. Rare opp'ortunities. New organs at
wholesale, Beware Imitions. Best-offer over
made, read. Sent on 6 to 16 days' test trial.'
Money refunded and freight paid both ways
1f unsatisfactory. Estab Ilihd 1866. A g'ents
Wanted. Disoonnts to Teachers, Ministerp,
&o. Address Daniof-F. Beatty Wahigtun
New Jersey. t ,I ah
(QV an week in your oun town. Terms an~I
SUU $5 outfit free. H. IIAL.LETT & Co.
ortland, Maine. '
To Rational Invalids-In sickness every
portion of the body sy mpathites with thed
seat of the disorder. When the stomach fails
to perform its functions, the liver, bowels,
nerves, veins, arteries, &o., are all more or
less affected. These delinquents require ai
medicine, combining the proporties of a
stomachio, and alteratfro, a purgativo, a ton-.
Ic, and sedative to bring them back to thiIr
duty; and all these elements. In their pae
and most effective forms, are united in Tlar
rant's EfFervescent Selzer Aporient, the great.L
Saline Remedy for Indigestion, anits con,
comitant, consequences Sold by 'all drug
'fO Na Week to Agents. $l(0
tpeLt) I~ Outfit Free. P. 0. VICK-4
RlY, Augusta, Maine.
(3 C Beers, M D (formerly of Bos'toni) has i,
hairmle.ss cure for Intemperance, which canr
be,giveni without the knowledge of th'. pat ientz.
Also one for the
OPUUI H A BIT,
Permanent cures guaranteed in both. ttemi
stamip for evidlence. Ask druggists for it.
Address BEsRus & Co., Birmin.ghamn, (Connu.
2niE,TRA FiNE MIXED CAlRDS, witiU
name, 1 cents,post paid, L. Jom:s&
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
$5 to $20 per day at. home. Bairnples wor tit
$1 free. St inson & Co , Portland, Maie.
Send for our Lo,cal List of Newspapers.-.
Sent free oii application. OEO P. ROWE~LI,
& CO., No. 41 P'ark Row, New York.,
Cristadoro's HIair I)yo is the SA FEST aird
BEST; it acuts instantaneously, p'roduing the
mtost ntaturi sisades of Blac~k or Urowi,;'do*.
NOTl STA IN thle SKIN, and is e:asily a;ppled..
I-sa standard prep)araltion, anud ai favorim
upon every well aplpointedl Toilet for Lry orp
Gientlemnan. Sold by i)ruggists.
P'. 0. Rox, 1538. Newv YorI.
D)ec2l, 1886 1it;
N 1TAMIERING enred by Bates' opnrnee':
a For descriptioni, &c.. add~ress Smsox(> &
Co., Box 5070, New York.