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Uain-St. Greenville S. C.
14~I~ a~~a Ien,n
cardware, Cutlery, Guns,
FINE TABLB ANW "00KET 0UTLE9Y, A
ar Ire and Steel;
Blacksmith's, Carpenter's and Meohanio's
Builders Hardware of every description;
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line of Beat Quality Leather and Rub
ber Bolting, always in stock;
Fairbnnks Standard Scales;
The Hall Safe and Look Company;
The "Taylor" Cotton Gin;
Tuo4er's Patent Alarm bloney Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated Shaonberger ITorse
and Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweedes Iron at
the lowest quotIations from any markets, and
still propose to duplicate invoicetj from Nort h
ern Jobbing Houses, addin* only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, 8. .C.
Sept 6, 1877 52 (;m
Illustrated Monthly Magazine.
Each Number contains thirty two pages of
reading, many fine wood out illuatrations,
and one colored plate. A beautiful garden
magasine, printed on elegant paper, and full
of information. In English anl. German.
Price $1.25 a year; th e copies $5.00
Viok's Flower and Vegetaible Oardon,
6c eenls; with elegant cloth covers $1.00.
Vick's Calalogue-300 Tilustrations, only 2
JAts Vici, Rochester, N. Y.
ILLUSTRATED PRIUEDI CATALOUGE
75 pages-300 Illustrations, with De
scription of thousands of tho best, Flowers
and Vegeta*bles in the world, and the way to
grow them-n1l for a two cent postago stamp.
Printed In German and English.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 50
,cents in paper; in elegant. cloth Covers $1.00.
Vick's Illustrated MonthIly Magazine -3
pages, fine illustrationis, and,colored plate in
every number. Price $1.25 a year; five copiet
Address, JAMss Vroi, Rochester, N. Y,
FLO WER AND VEGETABLJE GARDEA
is the most beautiful work of thme kind in th<
world. It contains nearly 150 pages, hun
dreds of fine illustrations, and sIx chiro?m
plates of flowers, beautifully dirawn and col
orod from nature. Prico 50) cents in papei
covers $1.00 ini elegant cloth. Priniled in
German and Englis~h.
Vick's Illust rated Monthly Magazi ne-82
pages, fine illustrations, and colored plate in
every number. Price $1.25 a year; five
copice for $5.00
Viok's Catalogue-300) lllustrations., 2 et s
Address .1ax as VIoK, Rochester N. Y.
-Jan. 17 19 4t
-UR EE EhIL4i, S. C.
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor
3&.BiELLS IN THLE ROOMS.
June 14, 1877 40
T HE undersigned is located at Central, an~
Lje pr'epared at all times to dlispatch work
with netiness. Special at tent ion to 8ETING
or R)ESETlNG AlRTIFICIA L l'EETPll, eithber
tem porary, partial or pornmanentd. Fillhing~
done with neatneoss. All the materials com.
monly used in filling,
GlEO. BOROtJGIIS, Dentist.
Jue 41877 40 thm
I T AKE thbis met hod of informing all parties
..interested, that I will be found in my or,
fiqe, *t, Pickens Court Hlouseo on enoh
W B.D lN .E 8 D) A Y,\ and on each 8A r.Una,
for the purpose of t.ramnatlng any business
that comes under my jiurnisdiction.
As my duties as School Coinmissioner will
compell me to be absent in different parts of
theOCpuny, I appoint those special days for
the benefit of all concerned. Office hours,
from ..w.to 4p.n.
U. W., SING LIETON,
Feb 8, -1877 22
UA I Y NE WSPA PER,
IS#LI8IIED IN <0BARLLESTO -.
QM4(ail Journal or h Ot
'tlhe olleapst Ially Newayapor puhlihed in
OAgg *S, by Mail, .$8 Ot
TrA fly, per Annam, s 04
?Eircolates in Nore kmd South 'Carolina,
Geor Ptorida and Alaama,.
ublshe bythea Charleston Pubthing
4atlo Papeir owned pty the pople
e4,iin, b thegrjI e*& tcj
if fa lb -..
be at Opnes 1Mt
CHARLES P. BARRETX
ATTORNEY t COUNSELOR AT LAW,
PICKENS C. 11., S. C.
Wffiice in the Court House.)
Will practice in the State and Federal
March 21, 1878 28
J SCot AN 0ok R A Cm I01
Abbeville C 1 J Pickens C 11
COTHRAN & CHILD,
ATTORNEYS - CO UNSEL ORS AT 1LA W
PICK.EN S C. II. S. .,
Will Practice in all the Courts ef. the State
and Courts of the Uuit,ed States, for the Dis.
trict of South Carolina.
March 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TT1ORNM EYS A 7 LA V,
Will praPtice in the CirLuit and Probate
Courts for Pickens County, aid in. tle Unlited
St at s Courts of this Sl'e from that county.
One of the 8enior partners will be present to
assist. in the transaction of any importanti
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, I W1aa
W. C. KIATIT,
0. L. IOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. H.
March 23, 1876 29
WN IITNER SYMMlYES.,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLoR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. -C.
P ractices in the Circuit ourt and Court o
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16- 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
A'rTTRNC.EY AT AW,
Pratics i C<u.t 8of .P1ckens~
(ounty, and in Unitcd States Courtf
FALL IN PRICES.
SECURE AN AGENCY
and $50 or -.100 per wec;.
",T: EVFIL IM RDY AN-D N'- .VE oUT OF OU'rEt.j
S2,0 SEWING 1ACHINEr. k2ll
F?or Domestic uise.*
WITH TA ILE AM ~Fb XP~URES COl.
-'T PETE. REDlUCID TO U)NLY f$2.
A perfect and unequaled, large, st rong and
du trable Maclhinei, const ru.n.d elegant. an d
sol id, fromr thie bes't mate rial w vith ui rhemiia,
tical precision, for Constant Family uset (or
mlanufactluring puirposes. Always ready at a
mlomentf' s noti1ce to ? o its dany's woi k, n~ceer
out of order, and will laLst a generat ion with
mioder~ate care; easy to unrderstandt and man
age; light, s.iooth,, and swift running, li ke
the well regulated iivemednt of' a in e watcth:
~S ipl, Cmnpact, Elilici ent and RelO itl, wvitha
all ihe v'aluab,le imiprov'emueras to b,e l(i.lki ii
the hi ghest priced Machiines, Watrrnted to do~
the same work, the same way, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machine. An nekniow,
ledged triumph of ingenious mechn uicals*kHi f
essent ia ly the workinUg woman's friend, anid
far in advance of all ordinary Mnchines, for.
absolute 3t rength, Relitnbility anid genecral
uisefulniess; will Hem, Fell, Tulck.enm, Quilt
IlindI, Braid, Cord, G at her, iue, Airr
P'lait, Fold, Scallop, 1l01l, Emabroider, Rui
up) Breadths, & c. , with wtionderfUul rapjidit y,
Eeatness and ease, sown thu strongest last.ing
stitch equally fine and smooth thbrough al
kinds of goods, from cambric to several thick
nesses of broadcloth or leather, with fine or
coarse cotton, linen, Bilk or twine. Gives
perfect sjatisraction. Will earn its cost soV,
oral times over in a seasoin 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 faithful and easy the servants or children
can use it without damflage. Price of M~a-.
ohine with light table, fuilly equipped for
family work, $20. HIALrCAHE. CovEun, SIDE
DRAWERi AND CABINET STYLd:s each at cor.
reepondingly low rates. SafoG delivery guar
anteed, free from dtnog'e. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of the
several styles of Mach,ines, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. Confiden
tial terms withi liberal .inducements to enter
pri.ind Clergymen, Teao~chers, lhisiness Men,
Treint''iig or Lical Aget'it, &c., who dsr
excluisivye Agencies, Iturniis~hied oni applicati on.
Athlress .JOIiN II. KENDlALL1 & CU., d21
Jan 31, 1878 21. ly
A L ttuferers fronm this disea,se that are
N ~anio ius to be cured should try D)r. Kiss.
n:'scelebrated CJonstumpt ion P'owders.
Th'lese Powdler.4 are thre only preptjration
knownd hat wvill cure Constinpti,on and all
diseasesa of the'l'hrort and Lungs--.ivrdeedt, so
strong is our fith I in thIiem, anTId nlso to Conl
vinuce you t hat t he y are no humbui) rg, w.'e wvill
forwardl to e':ery su Iferer, by mail, post paid,
a free Trial 1Box.
We don't want your money ufttil you are
perfectly sat.istled of their curative powers.
If your life is worth saving, dlon't delay in
giving these Powd a trial, as they will
surely cure you.
Price, for large box, $.'l.00, sent to any
part of the Uited States or Canada, by neil,
on receipt of prieg. Adess,
ASH & RO1l1IN5,.
360 Fult.on-.street, Brooklyn, Ne Y.
Jan it), 1878 18 ly
Falling Sichness~ Peranan.
N O humbug--by one month's usago of D)r,
OouxAu'a ;Celeb.irated I nfal1ible Fit.
Powdlers. To conivince sufferers that. these
powers wvill do all we clairm fur them, wer will
send thorn by mifTl, piost paid, a fren trial box.
As Dr. Goulard is the only physician thM(
has ever made this dlsease a special stud(y,
and as to our knowledge thp usands.have been
p ermianently cured by the ftse of these Pow..
ders, we will guarantee a permanent cure in
every case, or refund you all money expen
*dod. All sufferer1ielWuld. gite t,hese Powders
4n carly trial, anid be convinteod of' their cu
'Price, for large box,-$8.00, or 4 boxes for
$10.00, sent by -mull to anuy -part of United
ftes or Canada on receipt of pricey or by
A$H1 & ROBBIINS,
360 Fultion -street, Iirgeklyf, N. J
2,Jan 10, 1877 .s 18 Jy
1878 NEW YORK- 1u78
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sept 20. 1877 2 . *
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e * SUMMERVILLE TRAIN.
tieave Summerville at 78
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 a m
Leave Charleston 8 16 # m
Arrive at Summerville 4 80 p m
Connects at Kingville daily [except lid*
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at AugUst.
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. Phis route
via Atlanta isithe quickest and most direct
route, and as comfortable and cheap s opy
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points South*isti
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chioago,84
Louis. and all other points West and North.
Day TraIn connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road .which
leaves at 9 p. rn.) for all points North.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintoudent.
S. B. PICKEiS, General Tieket A .enL
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CUANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily, Sundays except4
ed, conictLing with night twains on -South
Carolina a1rciad up and down. On and aft.
er Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at,1.0
Leave Aiston at 11
Leave Newberry at 22
Leiave Ilodges at6.5pi
Leave Belton at .Spi
Arve aGreenville at7.0ai
Lr'ae Bet onat11.10 a an
.~cac Ne.hery at1.42 p in
Lc~Lv AI.toriat.2.28 p a
.\rric a Colmbiaat *- 5.00 p m n
goave Nrthenil aoth o7.20Chrote aC
Tae etatheileo.91 n'.10 ae
oaeTNe,ery at 1.42 i. onetngwt p
,Arr ie at'u Columbia. act o 5.00io pr m
CoeConnet at.115an. A orton th riva on h
Staonburgand Uio Girad;eenvileee at
Calmba wit 'cloc p.ins conneteg South Car
Trai and Aouusta.adteWligo o
AND lSON ILLECI BA TLUECH. Q
Treave Abb*eville at 9. 8'.6nn0 i *
Legait.Donec ~Tri frmGenil.2 Lave
Loeveburyvat2.l pm. at nec 6.g30t aUp
Traiendmtoumba. Accmmdaio Taf,
Coklebr at 1.1n a 8. o o0te arrvl
Leae own Tran ato Gene. Leave Ap
havllers onokp m.. conctn 7.60 p
Leave Weaylhe a9- .20 p i* 4
Leave.Seneca at 9.80 p sa
Arve Perryvihllea 10.00 p sa
eveoPendlton ain btwa 7.20o and
eoAnderson Tedy,usa ys8.nd Satr.
diyLeave Belt on at 96 n,o natv
'LaAnderson at00pu,cnetnwth p
Leave PndOeTON, Jra Gneatike g
Leave Senecaatt't 0p
ArveToat Ct Whalla2'i
Lea~oWstminser at0 p a
Leave onecaity a81.45 p a
Leaveo~nLa at 11.8 p m
Lav, LieravBeto a19.0a 2. or7o ari
avefDaw rnfo Greenville.atLeave
Ai e rsonbg at2 p80, onecin withU
-riea hr6t T(0At' DODAME A
JeavBe oTN,J. GeneralbuTioat;e2 4Agan
Leavs E Sch.edu2le.a
Laeibty at 8AIL0RA..
Leaves atAtlatit at - 2.~
Leaves l'oca City at 86 m
Leaves Westnnister at 41.
Leaves oca cty atOB
Loaves lata at .60
Leave- Toocoy at102 n
Leaves Grestnvit at l1a
Leaves Senartanbur at118
Leaves fChalt at122p
Leaves Sartanyr at 1 8p
Leaves Ealey at 126p
Leaves Liernty at1 0Pi
Leaves Cerntr at 2
LArves Sete Chalty at 7
Leaves CWesltmite at 0
Leaves Toccvila aL .
LArves ateAlant at 51 *
Leae I etmistr a 108.
Arrie atAtlt~itaat11 48 '
* In dditon t thee trln12th 0 a* t'&
locl feigt tain an tw th 12g 26:a at
trans uningreglaly,an 80te *xte -
0. 1. F8137Ap m
W. JHtistn, Gnera 48-a 5Ja'
G~'lPa4s &Ti8e 24 eu*
8 54 1.
, In addition to these trains, there ad W
local freight train% and two through fire$g66
trains running regularly, and often extat -
. O. 7. FOREAOME
General Aftop M.
W. JHouston, Gan'1 Pass. & Tichet goat,