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lat Sabbath In each-vonth at 4 o'elook p. m.
2d Ofbbath in each! oyathlat 101 o'clock a. M1
Vol., . "
.Rev. gugh Wa'aee,'Preabititisf, (Becona)
St lftbbath In each month, at 11 o'clock 'm.
B3ring in your chickens.
Advertise in TiE BENTINEI.
Garden reedslor sale at McFall's.
The days 'are longhthening.
O It Is time ;o commence. gardening.
Who.will pave thle best garden this
year. b ;f
Wo have heard nothing ofmad dogs
this week. .Are they atll dead
The back mountains are still white
.V Seetise in advertisement of J.
T. Gossett & Co.
Sheriff Mauldin has ten up-atairs
Thet Legialaturo has at last elected
Judges. IL is hoped we will have a
courtL this term.
Our people are in a muddle. They
0don't know wat to do ab>out the rail,.
Mr. J. H. Newton of Central, says he
was not bit by a mad dog. He don't
believe in mad dogs. and tlls te
timerous not to be frig t itned.
REICIINIED.-W. it. Berri, County
Treasurer, and John . Davis, Esq.,
Coun ty Auditoir, have resigned. Gov.
Hampton is accepted the lsfitgna
tionl, and we now pve nither Treas
urr or Auditor.
Mr. J. . Thompson haR purchased
the lot known as te Nelly tecCoy
place. Thle building is now undergo,
ing a thorough repair and whe com
pleted Mr. hompon owill move into if.
bPuneh's Amanack for 1878, is now
ladled out to A fericht readers at only
10 centa. Address . C. Clearleigh,
.No. 217 Broa way, New York.
We regret to learn that the wife of
Capt. John e. Bown, livihag inr tihe
urwer prtudior Cony-i, n
Mr. Jas we. heo leae an infant
theout kown wees tolyW deeply
plce.paThe bildin Capt nowe ndrhis
faiyi thirg reair erandement.i
l)ee Mr Tmpan wrilmoes ino te
Maruch' umrkof~Blor' 1878,izmno
reader. out to puishi eders Tonesy
31.0 aer, Adres 1..ingloimbe
The frgrt toeston atke yoiu ohe
yoweet pat fred ''Whauty dibone ti
d''S do8 I,''. Sn he ltrves aff tthe
Troeafur' s old. wa Whte dner-.
DETIJslizvT.-hr Ct. J3.e aimmons
ofail hi ad epeineentit
rholvst or ntown onrTuesday, the
26t ih ishtnt IIoe:iuiplied byit lal
th alasot improvled detit, 1tol, ad
e it qentegivon ane en.ire n
seof mtatintor All havbig work i
in doi you thk?, wouldin dn wellt
call on Im.a teysl oft h
in' g isit, ols Salituda.Heef
heeMndasTy-.H C.ook adyontag,i
the lunallae the1 excitenmdentit
e 'lct or Jugto ron hoebeforeh
the imptet quoedstito tohes bond(
settofementicamoe Al. Heui'l beonk
hnd hen lito dos omeuld d wll
ellentF lBteay pai bushed bly
heonay. lie Atoodantage..I inul
ofthe ulvfery he eciginamnto seeted
reladino matr nd sould hoe eour
gebythe prateio of the outhdI
shttldemet ciraed.Hl amon your
childrwen t dotie com upe an tastl
ofor rengpubsiati nl fr1.00en
Wehav rhereiad aCopytor Riroad
isllnw literang prain, bapiyhetween
Johnestead ARichtHiGl. i fl
ofWaddyvery bsy' oriing n see
readingmate, oned laoul e encome
aged brrowed ebxes of eSuthdIt
souldf box chrcuatd ustongd yHe
childre toe hutiae had them alongt
eough ran. Susptionl only 61.00
areur. H eie h ate o
Thn, asherw ande tohintrducelrhem
toChe Serifd,Ria plit adout.u
;enGTmn whNoRD willfrishthem
perWetion as s atn nsm
Bitosh o an' dTo last kysm
one borroefie bot,xervs' ofsares
o thk "Eyrr hav thad themy, long
eo ugend rspenrix'y s teron
ten Herlde8irthentrutios by
Boi, sh Marin;et pieodeheoo
to,the Sheiff awoiand cortwere.
Dae tlmn, wh willo the Avocthe
The coSfher,or pal mine, hot.ht
ThBisho Manrin' "Tteast Ga.
waote estl, whose fachands,
onthe "Eros of the bod.y, hand
tRe uomplet endrwixe, "Aronda
boy wh"t spoth ippereduons by
Bisopc Maren; pre f beeh bookl
ihurling om a egr4 St whnitademan.
boy a white spot apjioarod on ins body
t.Cnd since then he has boon u'a~dualiy
.- 'tuI7llflsfrowanegro'WRW owan.
ITRMICAU FAOT.-ZEery agent wbo
hasa steadily sellius. the improved $20
J30Mtead Lock Stitch Sewing Machine for
three yearor owns his dwelling- house, has &
good account in bank, is clear of debt, and
as money at interest -the natural conse
quenae of securing a good agency for supc
t-or goods at tAe lowest prices. A good first
class Sewing Machine, most usefuil-reliable
at all times, easy to understand and control.
the same size and does the same work as any
vaachines that sell at FouR TimEs the price
There is no machine at. suy price bette-4, or
that will dofiner or more work, and certainly
none so low in price by many dollars. The'
HOMESTEAD is widely Known and used in
thousands of families i the Eastern and
Middte States, and daily becoming popular
in the West.. It will save its'vost several
times over in one season, doing the work of
the family, or will earn four er five dollars a
day for any man or woman Who sews for a
living. It is the strongest machine made, Is
ready at all times to do its work, makes the
stroTigest and finest. stitch yet.invented, and
is fully acknowledged as the Standard Family
Sewing Machine. Price, complete for do
mestic use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
door, no matter how remote you may reside.
Buiiness - permanent and henorable, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
profits than any other. Extraordinary liberal
offers made to local or traveling agents where
we have none establiI.hed: or, if there is no
agent near you, send your order direct to the
factory. Address John H. Kendall & Co.,
421 Bi oadway, New-York.
CONFEDERATE SoLDIERs'S RETURN,
on THX LOST CAUSE.-A magnificunt
picture, 14x18 inche in size. Itt rep
resents a Confederate soldier after the
war returning home, which he finds
ruined by shot and shell, looking lone.
ly and desolate. In front of the ruin.
ed cottage, tvlling a sad title of the
miseries of war, are two graves. The
graves.re overhung by a weeping
willow. In the shadow stands the# re
turned soldier, with bowed hend, as if
thinking of the past. Oneo copy Will
be sent by mail, on reccipt of 25 cts.;
three copies for 60 cts.; or six for 81,
currency or postage stamps. Agents
wanted to sell this and a tvariety of
dher popilar cheap pictures. $en'J
stamp for catalogue and terms. Ad
dress A. Cregar, 168 MarkeL Street,
PATENTs.-Inventors to secure
prompt and proper action on their
cases, should eniloy an attorney re
sident at Washington. We direct
attention to Foster's Patent Office,
509, 7th street, Washington, ). (1. Mt.
Foister has piracticed befora the Patent
Office, 18 years. ~Senmd to him for
paphlelts and r.eferences.
SWET oKSOd IiA
Chew' ESI yobaggg
Awarded Afjt e at Centennial Exposition fcr
adof *o0b9'ng a org.Th be tu'ec
free.fo (.. JAcKo & Co., PUr., 1etersburg. Vr.
P)I.\NO and Orgasn Playing Learned in a
.LDay! No frau:d. Particulars free. A gents
Wa nted. Bare chance. Address
Work for All
In th:eir' own localities, canivassing .for the
FI R ESIDE VIdITOR, (enlarged) Weekley and
Monithly. Largest. Paper in lthe WVorlid. withI
Mammoithi Chromos Free. Big Comymissions
to Agen.ts. TIerm.s and Outfit Free. Add ress
IP. 0. VlCKERY's, Aumguta~, Maine.
4O EXTRA Fl NE MIXED C.RIlDS, with
name. 10 cents, post paid. i! Jose.s &
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
PIANOX't Retail price $00 only
k $21i0. Parlor Oorgans,
price $340 only $95. Paper free. D A NIE L.
F. BE ATTY, Washington, N. J.
$020 PER MONTH made selling the
Grycopese or Planetary Top, Buck
eye Stationery Package, Magic Pen (no ink
required.) Catalogue of Agents Goods fr'ee.
BUCKEYE NOVELTY CO., Cincinnati, 0.
JoN4EBvILLE, MiCh., Dec., 27, "i877-Messrs.
Fowles: I sent you 50 cents for two boxes of
Grace's Salve. I have had two and have used
them on an ulcer on my foot, and it is almost
well. Respectully yours, C. J. Van NEss.
Price 25 cents a box at all druggists, or
sent by mail on receipt of 35 cents. Prepared
by 8SynI W. Fow:.E & SoNs, 86 Harrison
Avenue, Bos ton, Massachusetts.
CERTAIN, PROMPT AND RELTABE RE
MEDY FOR THlE
PREVENTION AND CURE OF
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
and Diseases of the Chest, Throat
It is also earnestly recommended for all
disorders of the Nervous and Blood Systems,
being unequaled as a Nerve. Blood and Brain
PULMONA may be ordered through any
dealer in medicines or d1irect from OSCAR (G.
Mos'E:s, Sole Proprietor, 18 Cortland street,
New.York. Price One D)ollar per bottle. Im
portant circular sent fre e to all applicants,
I TAKE GREAT PLEASURE
IN OFFERING TO TILE TRAD
ING PUBLIC A VERY LARGE
AND WEJLL SEJ1ECTED STOCK OF
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
AT FRICES AS LOW EVEN AS IN NEW
YORK BY RETAlIL.
HGIEST . PRICES PAID FOR
Main Street, Greenville, 8. C., next door to
the sig of the Great Doot.
lee 2a 1677 15
FALL IN PRICES.
S BOURE AN AGENCY
and 50 or $100 per week.
"THE EVIti IEADY AND NEVERI OUT 0 081)MR."
. LOCK sTICTI1
$20 SEWING MACHINE 10
For Domestic use.
WITH TABLE AMD PJXTrIES 0C4
PLETE, REDUCED TO ONLY $20.
A gerfect and unequaled, large, strong an4
durable Machine, constructed elegatL. anc
solid, from thie best material with mathema,
f.UMa precision, for Constant Family use or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
moment's notice to 'o its day's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation with
moderate care; easy to understand and man
age; light, smooth, and swift running, like
the veIl regulated movement of a fine watch;
Simple, Compact, Efficient and Reliable, with
all 1he valuable improvements to be found in
the highest priced Machines, warranted to do
the same work, the same way, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machi.ne. jin acknow
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill,
essentia.ly the working woman's friend, and
far in advaoce of all ordinary Machineo, for
absolute Strength. Reliability and general
usefulness; will Hem, Fell, Tuck, Seam, Quilt,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, Shirr,
Plait, Fold, Scallop, toll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
Eeatness and ease, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally tine and smooth through all
kinds of goods, from cambric to several thick
nesses of broadcloth or leather, with fine or
coarse cotton, linen, silk or twine. Gives
perfect satisfaction. Will earn its cost sev
eral times over in a season in the work it does
or make a good living for any man or woman
who.desires to use it for that purpose; works
so faithi'ul and easy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Price of Ma
chine with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. HALF CASK. COVER, SIPE
DRAWER AND CABINET STYLES each at core
rerpondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar
anteed, free from damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of the
several styles of Machines, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. Confiden
tial terms with liberal indhcements to enter
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Men,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies, furnisihed,on application.
Address JOHN HI. KENDALL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yo.k.
Jan 31, 1878 21 ly
Easley, Pickens Couity.S. C.
D. G. IIUMBERTb, A. B. PRnicir'AL.
mTIHE FIRST SESSION OF TiS SCITOOL
Lbeg ins On MoxN ay, Februa:ry 4, 1878.
Tuition, per Session of Five Months. Wm.50
to $15, accordling to grade of studies. Con,
tingenit fee, $1 per session. Board, $10 per
This school is situate on thme Air Line Rail
road, 12 miles West of t he city of Greeniville,
in thle quiiet. mnorali, hesalthby, amnd progressive
town of Easley. Comnn:unity intelligent and
Pupils received at any time, on paying
from time of enit ry, witho mut. any reduction of
tit lion, except in case of pr'otract ed illness.
I nstructi on thomrought; d isciplinie firm; and
lhe conltinuanice of ainy p!'pil at school, evi
dence of good deport ment. MAlonglily reports
sent .t o all parenits andi~ guiardiuans.
Tlo young mn of imioderat e meanis, wishming
to obtain a classical edumcation, th is is a rare
For furt her informaut ion address Principal.
d!i The Greenville News will- plecase cvpy
and send bill as above.
Feb 7, 1878 0')i
NOTIOEis hereby given that thle Firm of
HUGENS & BOLT has this (lay been
dissolved by nmutuial consent, by T1. A. Hludg
ens selling his interest to A. W. IIUDGENS.
All persons inadebt ed to lie old Iir'm, can
save cost by mnaking immediate payment to
BOLT & JIUDGENS, who are authorized to
settle up the business of hiudgens & Bolt.
T. A. JIUDGENS,
0. S. BOLT.
Easley,S8. C., Feb- 1st, 1878.
T HE tundersigned have this day entered
into COPARTNERISIP, for the purpose
of' General Merchandize, wnder the name and
style of BOLT & II UDG ENS. In soliciting a
share of public patronage, we trust, by a
close attention' to business, and sr.ffering
none to undersell us, to merit, the esteem and
contfidenmce so liberaly'bestowed tupon the old1
firm, and respect fully ask tihe p-tblic r.- call
and exainej our Stock of General Merchian
We would also caill the attention of the
ptublic to thme following STrANDARLt FEILTI
LlZ/ERS, which we sell at this place and at.
THlE CAROLINA FERTILIZER;
THlE EUTAW FERTlL1ZER;
TIlE BRA DLEY SUPERPHOSP! A TE
THlE PALMETTO ACID;
THlE WILCOX & GIBBS MAN1fNJLATED
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE.
A. WV. HIU DGENS.
Easley. S. C., Feb 1, 1878 22 6
Atlanta Medical College,
A Th,ANTA. GA.
T lIE Twentieth Annuial Course of Lectures
will commence October 15th, 1877, and
close March 1at, 1878.
FacuT--J.O. WVestmoreland, WV. F. West
moreland, W. A, Love, V. JI. Taliaferro, John
Thad. .Johnson, A. WV. Calhoun, J. 14. Logan,
J. Tr. Banks; Demonstrator of Anatomy, C.
Send for Announcement, giving full infor..
JNO. THJAD. JOHNSON, Dean.
aug 9, 1777 48 m
A LL~ persons having DEEDS, LEINS and
MOItTOAG.ES in Ihe Clerks Office, Re.
corded by me, mush. come and pay expenses
and( take them out by Cour t. in March next, or
on Court week.' Those failing to do so, will
find then; in the hands of an officer for col
lection, as J am forced to haeve money by
that time. 8. D. KEIT11.
Feb 14, 1878w 24d g
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Buy Your Goods
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
full and complete LINE of NEW
GUODS for Fall and Winter Trade,
purchased In New York, by Mr. W.
M. IIAGOOD, with great care, and at
lower prices than ever before, and
will take great pleasure in showing
our Goods and giving prices.
We -invite special notice to our
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes,
Ladies' and Gents Hats, of latest
Calicoes and Delaines;
Flannels and Jeans;
Ready Made Clothing;
Bridles, Saddles, Harness.
The best grades of Sugar, Coffee,
Cheese, and Syrups, always on band.
,lAGOOD, ALEXANDER,& CO.,
Pickens C. H.. S. C.
W. M. HAGOOD & CO.,
Easloy S. C.
Sept 27, 1877 3
Piedmont Air Line Railway.
1T TAIr STATIONS 21) TRAIN
12 80 p m Galveston 12 30 p m
6 00 p mK New Orleans 5 00 p
7 26 p m Bay St. Louis 7 26 p mn
11 25p m Mo bile 1 5p
7 06 a in Montgomery 7 05 a mn
9 456am Opelika 9 456am
10 40 a mn West. Point 10 40 a mn
6 00 pmi Atlanta 6 00a m
7 00 pm Butford 7 55 a m
7 47 p In G ainesville 8 35 a mn
8 27 pm Lula 9 06a m
9 6 p m Mt Airy 9 30a m
9 46 p mn Toccoii 10 06 a mn
11 48 p-rn Central 12 01 p mn
I Of) a mi G recuvLleo 08 p mn
2 30 a mn Spartanburg 2 27 p mn
5 019 a m aistonia 4 52 p mn
7 20 a'm Charlot ie .Junct ion 6 00 p m
.11 16 a mn Greens'boro 10 41 p mn
:1 16 p mn l3nnville 12 58 a mn
1 38 p mn Dundee 1 00 a mn
6 17 p m Burkeville 4 61 a mn
7 3 p mI. Belle Isle 7 2() a mn
8 00 p mn Richmond ~ 7 1.3 a ii
A rrive Arrive
1 27 a mn Washington '1 10 p mn
-8 20 a mn Baitimiore 3 10 p mn
0 40) a mn Philadelphia 6i 50 p mn
9 35 a mn New York 10 06 p) m
8 35 pm Boston 8 00 a m
Train leaving Atlata at. 5 00 p m coninects
nt Dundee, Virginia, with train for Lynch.
burg; thence dlirect. to WVashin:gtonx Ciiy via
Virginia lidlaind Route.
1ST TIRIAN STATIONS 2D~ TRAIN
Leave * Leave
900 am Boeton 7 00p m
6380p m New York 8 156am
And by Limited Express 9) 25 a mn
9 30 p mn Philadelphia 11 46 a mn
12 65 a mn . Baltimore 6 00 p mn
8 30 am Richmond 11 35p m
8 66 a mn Belle Isle 12 00 n i'g
10 17 a mi Burkeville 2 06 a mn
2 25p m . Dundee 68a m
2 00 pm Danville 6 05a m
5 05p mn Greensboro 8 26 am
8 40 p mn Charlotte Junction 11 45 a mn
8 48 pm Charlotte 11l55anm
9 23 p mn Gastoniia 12 66 a mn
12 40 a .a Spartanburg 8 16 p m
2 20 a m Greenville 4 36 p in
8 24 a mn Centt ral 5 88.p m
5603 a mn Toccoa 7 16 p mn
5648 am Mt Airy 8056p m
6 20 g m Luih 88pm
(Change cars for Athens; Ga)
6 61 a mn Gainesville 9 05 p mn
750 ai mJBuford / 9 41p m
11 30 am Atlanta 11 30a m
4156p m WVestPoint 4 15p m
655pm Opelika 6356p m
8 25 p mn Montgomery 8 25 p mn
3156a m Mobila 8 156am
65a m Ilny St. Louis 6 44 am
8830 a mn New Orleans 8 30 a in
8 00 a mn Galveston 800 a mn
Train leaving Washington Ciiy, via Vir
ginia Midland Route, at 2 47 a mn, c(onnects
at Dundee, Virginia, with south bound train
of this line, through to Atlanta and all South
western po'nts. Jan 1. 1878
I T A KE this method of informing all parties
interested, that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pickens Court House, on each
W E D N E S D A Y, and on each SA LED)AY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that comes under my jurisdict ion..
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compell 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. W. SINGLETON,
Fob 8, 1F7~ 22
Made an." day in PUTS and CALL,S. Invest
iiccording to your means. $10, $50 or $100,
in STOrK Pn:IviVxa Ss, has brought a small
fortune to the caretul investor. We advise
when and how to operate safely. Book withI
full information sent free. Address orders by
mail and telegraph to BAXTER & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 17 Wall h't., N. Y.
'Mas,17. 1877 P8s
Main-St. Greenville S. C.
nholol inE 2tai Dealo' I0
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUiLERY,-A
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blacksmith's, Carpenter's and Mechanic's
Builders Hardware of every description;
Wagon and,Carriage Materials;
A full line of Best Quality Leather and Rub
ber Bolting, always in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The Hall Safe and Lock Company;
The -Taylor" Cotton Gin;
Tuck'er's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated Shaenberger Horse
and Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweedes Iron at
the lowest quotations from any markets, and
still propose to duplicate invoiceo from North
ern Jobbing Houses, adding only ac'tual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, S. C.
Sept 6, 1877 52 6m
Illustrated Monthly Magazine.
Each Number contains thirty two pages of
reading. many fine wood cut illustrations,
and one colored plate. A beautiful garden
magazine, printed on elegant paper, and full
of information. In English and German.
Price $1.25 a year; fi% e copies $5.00
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden,
60 cents; with elegant cloth covers $1.00.
Vick's Calalogue-300 Illustrations, only 2
JAMEs VicIC, Rochester, N. Y.
ILLUSTRATED PRICED CATA LOUGE
75 pages-800 Illustrations, with Dc
seription of thousands of the best Flowers
and Vegetables in the world, and the way to
grow them-all for a two cent postage stamp.
Printed in German aud English.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 50
cents in paper; in clegant cloth covers $1.00.
V'ick's illustrated Monthlly MIagazine -32
pages, fine illustrations, and,colored plate in
every number. Price $1.25 a year; five copies
Address, JAMEs VicK, Rochester, N. Y,
FLO WER? AND VEGETABLE GARDEN
is the most beautiful work of the kimi in the
world. It. cont ains ntearly 150 pages, hun
dreds of fine illustrationis, and six chromo
lates of flowers, beautifully drawn and col
ored from natutre. Price 50 cents in paber
covers $1.00 in el'egant cloth. Printed in
German and English.
Vick's i liust rated Monthly Magazine--82
pages, fine il:ustratrions, and colored plate in
every number. Price $1.25 a year; five
copies for' $5.00
Vick's Catalogue-300 Illustrations, 2 ets,
A ddr'ess ,1asEs VIcK, Rochester N. Y.
Jan. 17 19) 4t
GR?EEAVJLLE, S. C.
A- N. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
3BELLS TN THlE ROOMS.
June 14, 1877 40
T IE undersigned is located at Cent ral, and
. s prepared at all times to dispatch work
with neatness. Special at tention to SETING
or RESETING ARTIFICIAL TEETli, eit her
temporary, partial or permanent. Filling
done with neatness. All the materials com.
monly used in filling,
GEO. BORIOUGIIS, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40 6m
Falling Sickness Permnan
N o hunmbug--by one month's usage of' Dr.
OoULARD)'s Celebrated Infalible Fit
Powders. To convince sufferers that these
powers will do all we claim for them, we will
send them by mnail,.post paid, a free trial box.
is Dr. Goulard is the only physician that
has ever made this disease a special study,
and as to our knowledge thousands have been
permanently cured by the use of these P'ow
ders, we will guarantee a permanent cure in
every case, or refund you al! money expen-.
ded. All a-ifferers should give t hese Powders
an early trial, and be convinced of' their cu
rat ive powers.
Price, for large box, $3.00, or 4 boxes for
$10.00, sent by mail to any part of United
States or Canada on receipt of' price, or'by
express, c. o. ii. Address,
ASIh & ROBBINS,
360 Fulton-street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jian 10, 1877 18 ly
A LL1 sufferers tromn this disease that are
anxious to be cured sha0Illd try Dr Kisa.
NEin's Celebrated Consumption Powders.--.
TIhese Powders are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
dliseases of the Throat and Lungs-indeed, so
strong is our faith in them, and also to con
vince you that they are no humbug, we will
forward to every sufferer, by mail, post paid,
a free Trial Box.
WVe don't want your na.ney until you are
perfectly satisfied of their ce.'rative powers.
If your life is worth saving, don't dlelay in
giving these Powd a trial, as they will
surely cure you.
*Price, for large box, $8.00, sent to any
part of ihe Unitedl States or Canada, by mail,
on receipt of price. Address,
Asli & ROBJ3INS,
860 Fulton%stre,et, Brooklyn, N. V.
Jan 10, 1878 18 e
-PROFESSIONAL NOT .
A TOANrS t COU INS&LOR$'ArLZ
PIOKEN9 0. i. .0
Will Practite In all the Courts of the StA
and Courts of the United States, for the DisW
trict of South Carolina.
Marh 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith& Hollingsworch
A T70RNEYS A TLAW
Wil practiee in the Cirpilt and Proba%
Courts for Pickens County, and In the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be-present to
assist in the transaction of any imporaI*
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, Walhas
W. C. KEITII, W
C. L. HOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. ff.
March 23, 1876 29
W UITNER fAYMXiS,
ATTORNEY AND OoUNSELLOR AT 76AWt
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Dractices in the Circuit ourt and Courl e
Probate for Pickens ountX.
May 16 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAWe
IINVILLD 01 it 31 C,
Practices in Cour1a of Pickens
County, and in United States Courts
R OMAINE GOLD, so extensively worn In
Paris, was first. discovered in 18.0, by
the celebrated Frencl chemist Mous D. Be
Lainge, who manufactured it into Jewelryt
and for five years sold it to the leadingJew.
elers of Paris for Solid Gold. In 1875, when
his secret, became known, ten of the manu.
facturing jewelers established a stock com
pany, with a capital of $10,000,000 for the
purpose of manufacturing Romaine Gold
Jewelry and Wutches. With tIis immense
capital, and the aid of improved machinery
they are enabled to produce all the latest pat
terns ofjewelry at less than one-tenth the
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality and color
which makes it impossible even for experts to
detect it from the genuine.
We have secured the exclusive agency of
the United States and Canada, for the sale of
all goods manufactured from his metal, and
in order to introduce them in the most speedy
manner, have put upj assorted sample lots as
given below, which we will sell at one-tenth
theretilvalue until January let, 1878.-.
One Gent's Wat ch Chain ret ail price, $1 0(1
One pair Engraved Sleeve Buttons, retail 76
One Stone sot Scarf Pin, retail price, 75
One set (8) spiral shirt studs, retail price 76
One improved shape collar bu-ton, retail, 60
One heavy plain wedding ring, retail 1 26
For 60 cents we will send above six articles
. $1 00 LOT.
I pair sleeve buttons, stone setting.
1 set (8) "piral shirt studs,
1 heavy haand engagerment ring,'
1 set (2) engraved bracelet. '
1 Ladies' P'ng guard or neck chain,
I engraved miniature locket for the aberv
1 Gent's heavy linik watch chain,
1 Lake George Diamond stud.
1 Ladies' neck chin and charm,
I Ladies' heavy guard chain for watek,
1 set Pmn and ear rings; amethyst,
1 extra fine miniature locket,'
1 cameo seal ring,
1 very heavy wedding or engagement ring,
1 Gent's heavy watch chain with char.,
1 pair pearl inlaid sleeve buttens,'
I Lake George cluster pin,
I pair (2) heavy band bracelets.
$3 00 LOT'
1 Ladies' opera guard chain,
1 Ladies' neck chain and cross,
1 beautiful locket, engraved,
1 patr band bracelets,
1 Gent's t wist link vest chain and charm,
1 pair onyx sleeve but tons,
1 set  onyx shirt etude,
1 new improved collar button,
1 extra e'i. cameo seal ring,
1 arizon5a solitaire stud,
I set amethyst or topaz pin and ear droe,
I Ladies' chemise button,
1 plin ring, stamped 18'K.
$5i 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' opera c'ain, with elide and tassel,
[retail price $5 0'0]
I Gent's heavy watch'chain, with curb ehare,
[Tet ail price $5 00]
I Ladies' heavy long neck chain
1 elegant chased miniature lockjt for aboe
1 set cameo medalion pin and ear drops
I pair f2] heavy chased band bracelets
I Gent s solitaire diamond stud
I Gent's cluster diamond pin
1 pair amethyst or onyx sleeve buttone
1 set  studs to match the above
1 elegant heavy set cameo seal ring
[ massive band or weddin.g ring
1 new "patent" collar button
I Ladies' chemise button
1 amethyst or topaz ring, [extra finish.]
Theii retail price of the articles. In eack
sample lot amounts to exactly ten times the
price we ask for the lot; for eape u
$1 0() lot retails for $10 00; our $5 00 lot for
A Solid lt."atch roee.Hunting Cue
To any one se..Aing u's an order for the
above lotsa by expres t o the amount of $l5 00.
we will send PiEE one solid Romaine Gold
H unt ing-case Wat ch, Gents' or Ladies' size,
Warranted to keep perfect time and look
equally as well as a $100 gold watch. By
malpospaid, $15 50. This is our best ofer te
A bents, and is worth a trial, as the watch
al una will sell or trade readily for from $20
to $50. Gents' or Ladies Watch alone, $7 Og
or $8 00 with a heavy Gent's gold patte'rn yess
chain and charm, or Ladies' opera chain with
slide ar.dl tassel,
EFMEMnER--This offer only holds good
until .January 1st, 1878. After that time we
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale deal
era, ahnd any one wishing our goods will them
have to pay full retail prices. Romaine Gold
is the best, and, in fact, the only imitatIon of
genuine gold made, being the same In weight,
color and finish, and all our goods are made
in the latest gold pat terns. Will guarante,
satisfaction in every instance, or refund the
Send money by P. 0., Money Order, or
Registered Letter,'at our risk. go geoos
sent 0. 0. D. unless $5 00 accompanIes the
order. Address plainly, W. P. EvaNg A
CO., Solo Agents for United 8tates .ad
Canada. 06 and;97 South Clark-stire.t, CbS.