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1etbodist churohdjegv.M .W1Waikimr, Pastor.
1L Sabbath I n lp io'lock p. m.
-2d Sabbath i q gg' 1p&'clock a. m.
.4$qops Ba tst ChurclIt n...' Y.I Logl
tas peteIr, 18 Sabbath and t aturdayabefori
In each month it,o'clock erI.
Rev. Hugl( 31elcee,-aL Sebona'on 4th Sab
tU at H o'clock a. m , and at, the Al thodist,
QgegeQh is this place at 5 o'qlook p,ni.
Actiorn Cogni Exeontive'ommittee.
.&At ht meeting of the , DemoemAtio
o V fy Bxecutivo Com mtnt Mp.at
Mailey,t-August 19tb, '187hy itwas, on
R c4, That tho reyhtdh id
dg Nfly the Pickens d. 4. C1~ , b
S be situme are herebyd44op-.ed by
the C;)gata,- -Poolocra uio- Exceutivo
Cqompiteo, And that each clu~b in this
Q gp.$ykbo, and they a h'reby in
satruOtea to carry out said resolutions
in the primary cloction, t16 bueheld on
thle 80thh.intant. V'(ebe 'res6lutions
publjshed in'this j8ue ifn proceedings,
of PL1nitn C. H1. DCm.oatic Club.):
.14 qaa also Resolved, That each clu b,
according to the plarr adopted by the
County Executive Committee, for
goVerning the Prinfary olection, is en
460r, tited to voto ii the primary elcctiorn
atJ.heiF ugual )lacesof meetitig: pr
vided that they comply with all.thio
requiremiOnts made in said plan by
R. . BOWEN, C Iarman.
Moidy Ihst was the hotes day of
We Are. abundantly blessod with
good se~one. - Wd
Th at Cenral last Wed
nepday was largely attended and ev.
ergthing yJMd of? quietly atnd peaco
Next Monday is tdb day appointed
by tho Democratic Executive Com- .
ZVI- mittee for the candidates to address
the people atithis place. .Jie1.t cvery
body .tu'h out on thaL day.
Ballon'w Monthly Magazino tor Solp
tember 'is on our tablo. It contains
murch interestingr reading matter. It,
is ptiblisltcd by Thtomes & 'Talbot, .23
Ibiawley Street, Boston, at S1.50J per'
POTo-ac-rrn 3hEETra.-There wvas
a very'~i sucesslu pr3)0 raet ed meet inug
cond ucted,azt Oolentoy Ch urich re-ent
ly, by Icezs. G. WV M ace nnd T[hos.
1 ooper'. Duri i ng. the meeting fortyV
four were udth-d( to the chureb, > by
experience and( '9 by let ter.
Ap (1lore-1 prac:Iher wasR(~f commit ted
ln jail 'lnst w'eek by Tia! .1 ist ice
B~ ]oggs, ehlorged. w ilith e heinouts of,.
1enset of attempting to Coinait a inpe.
Tlte man o nims to bo0 inniorcent, antd
n~ o learn didn't ttempti tt> evado nr
All the D)emocrat s in tho County
should enroll thtemtselves in some club
and vote for the men of' their choice
ithe pthn' r election., hi is vir'
Lually the, elect ion in this County, and
every* man shiould vote w hen lhe has
an opportutnity of vot ing for thosoe he
prefkrs in oflhce. i1 they refrain froto
votjjing and~ qven those whom t hey do
not 4i4sire adi' placed in oflice they'
can niot blame any one but theruselves.
The meeting at Liberty last Sat,~
urdIny wasa a comnplete succss, every
body in t he neigh borhood being out.
Col. D. WVyatt Aiken, our candidate
for Congress, delivered one of the best
speecgs we cver heard him make.
His rorxarks on our Revenue troutbles
wer'e very pertinent, antde if space
permitted we would give a synopsis
of it. One of .oii- corr'esponidents at
that poinit has promisod to wvrito up
the meeting for'ouv next issue.
We teairn that on F'und(ay evening,
1ho 11th instantlL.a: stok01o4 lightnttiug
struck a large tree in the grove at Mr's.
Hills (thelHunter old storeat WXoolf
Creek,) and shivered it, tearing the
top to *within twenty feet of' the
ground, all to pieces, and shiveringr
the body from thero to the ground.
Miss C. L. Hill was standing j tist
thirty.two feet from the tree at ti
tiine., The shock was se severe that
ehe "was insensible until next day.
ifany of the mounitain people of
Grece~ville, Spartan burg, Oconce and
this County, have taken advantage of
the proffered amnesty by the govern,
upent, by going to Greenvillo, sur..
7 ropdoring and pleading guilty of il
liet .distillation of whiskey. Thtey
sbould obey the law strictly in th'o
future. , --
rAn .old physician, reotired from pr'ac,
tice, havin~g had placed in his hands by
~'an"East India missiona'y the for mula
of a .jpie vegetable remedy, for the
SpoO(e and permanont cmte for om
Sumlption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth ma,
and all throat and lung affections, also
a ifivo and -radical cure for nervous
detlllty and all ner'vous complaints,
aft~er.avin~g tested its wvonderful cu
ratAve fxdwere in thousands of cases,
h agfolfditf his duty to make it known
to fi9,Auffering iowvs. Actuated by
thipotvoan desiro to relieve
humE suffering, I will send, free of
obh' , to all who desire iJ,this recipe,
Wki gtllidiredtions for pfopm-ing and
-usI~ daogrnan, F'rencoh, oi- .English.
Sen tby 'mair by addraessihg with
starnpa lag. this paper. W. W.
.~ heraw, 14W Powe rs' Blqekc, Roches
tqw %i York;4
u y thfoMt gp0 of Wtlhar.
p. up ulleng "J ?N
.Iase ia lub of", entraf, on t A0i
Lino Railroad, went over and got beat
to deatti in the game. We never heard
of tho club at WalIlalla practicing any,
or scarcely any, and we suspect that
4he challengoAvas given With the sol
idea ot getting a good dinncr and hav
ing a good time at Central. Though
:10 boys of Walhalla got wvhiijpcd out,
they rejoico that their victors made
.them feel so good in *thelr defeat.
So1e of them feel like mitraLtin( to
Cotaral, o. bountifully wer e they fed
nrido well were ibWoy cared tor.
*Keoie ourior.- ' .
Overtasking the Energies.
It is not advisablo for any of as to
overtask our energies, corporeal or1
mental, but in the oager pursuit pf
wealth or fame or knowledge, how
mn111y transgress this salutary rule. It
must be a Matter of' great importance
to all Who (o so to know how they
can regain .tie -vigor so recklessly ex-.
pendW. e The remedy is neither co.jt
ly 0 jiL . obtatin. UIostetter's
Stomach Bitters is proculable ill every
city, town Ialid settlement in America,
and it componsates for 'a drain of
bodily or mental energy more effec,
tually than any ilvigora nt oVer )re,
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
athlots, students, journalists, lowyce's,
clergymcn, physicians, all bear testi -
mony to its wondrously renovating
powVers. It increaaes the capabilities
tor unde:going fatigue, and counter
acts the injuiNous ffects ipon the
system of exposure, sedehtary habits,
unhealthy or uecarying avocat~iOls, or
an insalubrious climate, and is1a prime
alterative, diuretic and blood depurent
A Mai of a Thousand.
A Consumptive accidcentally cured.
When death was hourly expe'cted. all
remedies haviigI failed, and Dr. II.
James was experitneniiting with the
many herbs of Caloutta, hel accident
ally made a preparation of Canibis
Indica,-whiV1lich et-ed his only child of
Consumition. His child is now in this
country anl enjoying the beFt of
health.. Desirous of benefiting the
difhlicted, t he Doctor now gives this
I&ecipo free, on. receipt of' two( staimps
t~o paty expenses. There is not a si ngle
syinltomn of' Consumnption that it does
not tat onice take hold ol an d dissipate.
of the necrves, fa iluire of' the meinory,
dithliult expectoration, sharp paoins in
the lungs, soi-e throat, chiill y sensa
tionis, nausea at the stomnachi, inai~ction
of the bowels, an d waistinug away V
Ste inustoles. Addr'ess Craddo(1ck & Co.,
1Q32 and 1 034i lace streeC, P'iia d
piia, Pa., giving uiithe of this papie.
As' H'IS-ronlTCA iEscr.--Elvery ligent who
hafts been i'lnilfy selinitg I he Imnp roved SW.J
ilHmes54.end Lock Stitcht &ewinlg MachtIne for
three yeai'rs, owns: htir dwellinig htoute, h~as a.
good aiccoutnt ini hank, is cleari of debt, :uiil
has tmoney a '. t hine rest -thle nt ilral coniise,=
quterie 01' seciuIri g ai good agenicy for supe
rior g'oods at~ the >owest priice"'. A good first
class Seliung Mi!achine, miost useful--reliable
att aill tintws, eas)y to underIi'stan td and cont rol.
he same sizeC :u 1ad ' does thle so ine wor as any
m achines tha t suill ait Futu i1'm : s tI e price
Tfhei e is not hintite at anyi price better. 01r
that will d10 fineri or. m~ore w'.ork, iad certatinly
n one so lbw ini pri ce by mny t( dollars. Tj'im
IIolo*ustlo) is widely IKnown and1( used( ini
tousands of' fatitilies in the EasternVI and
il ididt e S1~tte, and dai ly btecoing i populari
in te West. it. will save its cost. several
timhes over' ini one0 sea.son. doinig the work Ol
c5 famti ly, or' will earn't tou :i'r1 tivei dolirs a
day for' iany man1 oir wtoima r whoa)S tsw f'or a
liv inig. It is thle st ronuge.,t macin e mtade, is
ready iat l ltimes to do its wor'k, maikes lhe
strtongest and finest stitch yet invent ed, and1(
is fully acknowledged as the 8line d - Family
Sewinug Machuine. Price, comlu let e f'or do.
miest ic use, redtnet to $20, dliivered at your
door, no matter how remrote you may reside,
Business pcrmainenit, and1 honorable, with
more certain antd rapid sailes, andu larger
profits thtan any othier. Ext raordinuar'y Iliberatl
offers muade to local or traveling ageints whiere
we have none est alishecd; or'. if' there is ne
agent. near' you, send your' order direct to thei
faetory. Addr'ess,. Johu II. Kendall & Co.,
421 B; oad1 way, Notw York.
--WAPi"ANTED REST & CHrAPEST.
AN!co. !iLLING M AC'riNERY,
PRICES REU0ED APR 20, '78.
OPU and~ fltOrnhinC habit cured.
O P I ~ ~cjri c i n'ionr bu o
O)pianiEait i4Iag. t Squitr,
wocrthngts. nrcone~ Co.,Ind.
To Mauke Money pleasantly and
inst, agents should auddrecss
FINLFY, .1II ARVY'N Co., A tlan (a, G a.
-Atlanta Medical College.
i lUE Twenfy--First Anntual Course of' Lee
tutres wilkcommnence October 151th, 1878
and-elose March 4tht, 1879.
FAcurY--.. (G. West moreland, WV. F. West
molandt~i, WV. A. Love, V., H. Taliaferro
Jnto. Thad. .Johnson, A. W. Cai'houn, ,J. II
Logani, J, -T.. Ba'nks; Demaonstrator, C. W
Bend for Announcement, giving full infor
JNO. THIAD. JOllNSON, M.D)., Dean.
aug 1, 1878 47 cowym
I T AKE tlpis m'ethod rf informing all partie
. interested, that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pick ens Court Hrouse; on ench
W E D N E S 1) A Y, and on each' MAIF.DAY
for the pur'pose of transacting any buisines
that. comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner wil
~compelf me to be absent in .different parts o
the County, I appoint these speciali days fo
the benetit of all 'Ooncorned. Office hours
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
fi. W. SINGLE2TON,
Foh 8, 187~ 22
Evere oe w5h5o
fm I ar
CLEAZIER 0-OT SALL!
W10 ARE NOW OFFERING
OF EVERY KIND, AS WE DE
siro to closo out our stock.
to maako room for
A FULL SUPPlY OF
COF FEE, SUGARSYRUPF 1LOUI
td'Itacon always on hanid, at
IIAGOOD, ALEXANDERl & CO
July 25, 1878 46
BUT CALL AT
LIBERITY'S OH EAP CAS I]
AND) BUY YOU A
* aejusit reevdand elegant as
G~ ENTFS.' llOYS3', A NI)
LA 1)1 Es', IUOTS, Si IOE
Wh ich I amn ofi'erinhg low dIown fe
I am in :io r'eceiving daily,che
lots of~ freshi( GrOcrie.s, conslis'inlg il
IA MS, L A l), &c
Wichb I. will sell at ro)k'.bOttorn pi.
(jS. Calli en~irly ad ( often.
XEWI AD I ERT7"SEMEN TS.
Albemarle Female Institute
Chairlott eville, Virg~j in. $200) for lloar
and Literary Tuit ion for Nine mnhbe
ginning October 1 st. Alnsc, D)rawing? an
Painting extra.; For Catalogues addressi I
11. RAW LiNUS, M. A., President.
BETHEL ITARY ACADEMY
nea Warrenton1, Virginia. Prepares 1fo
College, University or Business. Recomn
menided for Location , HIeali h, MIorality, Sehec
ar-slu p and D~cipline. TE RNS---1Boardl aut
tuition per half session $9.. For cat alogil
add~ress AJ. A. (G. SM Irn, Superintende1
Bethel Academy, P. 0., Fauquier, county~
Thomasville Female College
D)AVJDS'N, Co. N. C
The 22dl Session begins August 28th, 1878
Board andl Tujition in English per mouth $15~
A Iirst class institution unsurpassed for' beau
ty of location, health and every requisitt
Eight, thoroughly qualifi'ed live tenchers. UI]
usually extensive and thorough cours(
Three grades of Diplomas. To accommodIat
the steadHy increasing patronage a large ad
dit ion -to the builing is in progress. For ca
-H. W. REINUIART, President.
FOUR TI SESSION opens September 1
~187M, and closes June 1, 1879.
Fees in Literary and Scientific liepart
men;. $65; Law, $100; Medicine, $65, The
goard and lodging per month, $16 to $20
Professors, 27; Instructors, 8; Student
last year, 405 For catalogues address
L. C. GIARLAND), Chancellor,
aug 1, 1878 47 4
Keowee Lodge, No. 79. A. F. N
STHlE REGULAR MONT[TLY MEET
ING OF KEOWEE ALDGE, No. 7f
A.-, F.-. M.-. will takej place o
SATITnDAY ON on nEVoREi THE, FULL Moo
IN EACil MoNThS, at, half pnst hI o'clock Th
attendance of all the members is earnestl
R1. A. CHILD, WV. M.
W. (1. FIKLn, Secretary.
T HAVE had our WOOL CARD.A thorough I
f I. repaired, and am confident that those wh
r .patronize es this year will -be better please
, with their Wool than ever before. Birin
your Wool and be convinced.
AUG. J. SITTON,
w Pre8ssident endeton1 Factor- .
E VE RY T HIN
USULLYKEPT IN AN
N1PICE TODSIER TE HARDS
$12.0.Oran T35 Organs LLstp
J7n.50. 1hurc Ora118sospic 30
ganaontyS05 CBuyer comeand seei me at
hoei noi t oersntely . R. Far
pdboh wrad Stad Pianosr priga$given
ofly$2e. arg llt Uespprith muhos pin
formaton about. cot ofcUf~I Pianos dOg~
seny $1ee. Plea addres Dirro, fp Osr,
Wasinton N ~. BJ, scm zi e oa
- le Larg Lus Ngevsen-s h mev ho with.
Ii OUVVIU Ifi Mbox cartridges. Address,
a bur tg, Pa.*
8AGENTS WANTEID! Meda's and 1)iplo,
mans awarded for IlILMAN'S NEWV
2,090 Illustrat ions. Address for new circu
irs, A. J. lIOLMAN & CO., 93J Arch St .
L COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAltOLINA.
Un der t he pat rona ge o f 114. Rcv. Bish op
0 Lynch. For Pruospectus please address
"'THlE MOTHIER SUPEIORu,"' Ursuline
-Convent, Valle Crucis.
~- SanuforqI' The only corrlbinlationl
oft the trrie J amnaica (in
dI ger ith choiee Aromnat ics
k I and Frtmoh B ran dy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
IC ramps andi( Pains, Diar
JamiraI doca and Dyeny,
nIWant of T1one ano Act ivi
ty in the stonch and
cbowels and1( avoiding thle
danIugers of change of Wa.
Ier Food andi climate.
.Ask for 8ANYoku's .Ja..
Ginger imiaica Ginger. ___
PAnrsoss' 'PonioA-rzv. Piiats mako New Rih
Bl ood, anad will comtpleCtely chan~rgo t he blood
in thle eni tr systemi i t.c in the onthis. Any
per'son who will take 1 pill each ntight fromt
1 to 12 wveeks may be restored to Mound
health, if suha thing be possible. Sent by
st mtai for 8 let ter stimps .,Bto, c
1. 8. JOIINSON C.,alg, .
S nug 15, 1878 49 --.-- 4 -
y THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
eSAW, PLOUR AND GRIST MILLIA
MA INElG M0LLED MWL fG l3
SA s aoated so.Bupptyco Nasahti.Tn
. AGENThI READ T'mg (
m, We will pay Agents a~ suaI.y of $1410 per
1 Month, and expenses to seil 'ur~ New and
Wonderful Inventin. -'4ress Strurnn'~
& ('na Mrarshl'i Mdich.
elf.-Acting Cow Milker M'fg Co.
ma a cow should have one of our wonderful M1ilkers.
othe itedcSatsro reip of ,. beli for o r
o th e Cow, ennntain ectional1 vMeW ofI a 00oW a
ted and scientiacaly q*plained, by. Dr. White ud
snt free to ally adress. I
GEO. E. KING, Preelident.
roadway, New ror _ _
FALL IN PRIC8s.
QECURE AN AQENCY
and $50 or $100 per wool
"TII EVER READY AND NEVER OUT OF ORIDER.
020 SEWING MACHINE 024
For Domnestic use.
WITf- TABLLE AMD FLXrURES COX
PLET, REDUCED TO ONLY $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong an
durable Machine, constructed elegant an
solid, from the best material with mathemna
tioal precision, for Constant Family use o
manufacturfng purposes. Always ready at
moment's notice to do its day's work, neve
out of order, and will last a generation wit
moderate care; easy to uiderstand and man
age; light,4tnooth, aind b RA runnigg, lik
the well regtulated movement of a fine watlc
Simple, Compact, Efficient and Reliable, wit
all the valuable improvements to be found i
the highest priced Machlines,swarranted to d
tIje same work, the same way, and as rapi
and smooth as a $75 Machihe. An acknow
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill
essentiatly the working woman's friend, an
far in advance of all ordinary Machines, fo
absolute Strength, Reliability and genera
usefulness, will Htem, Vell, Tuck, Scain, Quill
Bind, Braid, Cord, Oather, Ruffle, Shirr
Plait, Fold, Scallop, ,Roll, Embroider, Ru
up Breadtis, &c., with wonderful rapidity
Eeat ness and ease, sews the strongest. lastin
stitch equally tine and smooth through al
kinds of goods, from cambric to several thick
nesses of broadcloth or leather, with fine o
coarse cotton, linen, silk or twine. Give
perfect satisfaction. Will earn its cost sev
eral times over in a season in the work it doe
or make a good living for any man or woma
who desires to use it for that purpose; work
so faithful and easy the servants or childre
can use it withiout damage. Price of M11a
chine with light table, fully equipped to
family work. S20. IIALF CASE. CoVER, SID
URAWER -AND CABINET STYLEs each at co
rerpondiugly low rates. Safe delivery guar
anteed, free troin damage. Explanator
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of th
several .styles of Machines, references, vn
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. Confiden
tial terms with liberal inducements to enter
prising Clergymwen, Teachers, Business Met
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desir
exclusive Agencies, furnishc51 on applicatior
Address JOHN [1. KENI)ALL & CO., 42
U1roadway, New Yoik.
Jan 31, 1878 21 - ly
AGENTS If you wVantto MAWl
MlONEY pleasantIy and fast, ad dree
I~~ NFI IY, II A RVEY & Co., .Atanta, Gt
t '- 'DR.BUTTS
No.12 N. Elghth St,
St. Louis, Mo,
'Who has had greater experience In the treatment of th,
sexal trubles of both miale and female than an~ physicini
practice in i a wonte wersJuaf hubllse, etitld
The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PR IVAT E M EDICAL ADVISEli
Books that are really fluid,'. nad 5,4r-instruetors in all mat
ters pertaiining to Illnood and weoauanhood. and suppl
wantltong fe.lt. They are be~auutlasily illustrated, and in pial
1' pg and contaih via.l atrornatowofbrbt mne anc
single, with alit the recent tImprovements in medical treatmnict
in Dr. Butta' eC v-rks Iin noyo henowle cap
acter, but is sometrhmig tbat rery one abauld know Tha
YoIthe victimn of early indiscretion; the Man, thierwsa
perfectly heulhy nmaybe,butC with waninn iheprntn
of life! and the Womnaa, In mise zph
n--mSt. i o ar n a hr sex is lie
POPULAR PnICs --0 eta, each
both in one volume, #1; in cloth an
gilt, 2. cta extra.- sent under seal, o
reculpt of price ini snney or stamp.
We wil linsert a oneinchll advert isemen
thitn times, ina one thousand Ainerica
weekly newspaIpers, and from good partia
will accept a six mont hs' note in settlemena
'Advert isetmen t may appear t hree m1ant1(
1every week, or every other week six muonth
- lalt'inach For $425
Lour Liinos For $280)
- Three Lines -For $225
For cashl paynieift ent irely ini advance, fis
pr" cent dliscountt. No extra charge for anal
ing and sending cuts, Files may be examnint
at our oflice. For cataloguie of papers an
ot her informattion address GRtO. P. RO WEL
& CO. 10 Spruce Street, New York.
P. .-P or uan order amotunting to $1 ,0(
we wil give a r ending not ice gratis.
ty-second session (9'nonthis), begins Octoba
1st . lioardl. including washing, fuel alt
Ilght s and tu it ion in EniglishI, Lttin, G ret
Sand F"rench, $200 per sesionl. Music,, Druas
ing and( P'aint ing equtally low. Thme Albi
.marle is thme biest f'urinishedl Institute in tIl
South. New Ten-pin Alleys, new Ba
.. Roomas, andl t lie Strongest Chanlybea. Miner'
. Water in Virginia for pupuils free. Full F
. cly. An es cort fulrnishaed three or ma
.pupils fromt thle samie pcint, free, 'For cat.
a logues address
-IR. 11. RAWLAINGS, M. A-, Pres.
Chionl BES'T Tobaccg
Awiarded sIr Agest pri.x at Cetennial Expesltion for
finne cvingq qietic.<g anti exrce~ene and 1 uting chea
aeter of .4Ieetening andl flavoriig. The boit tobacco
ever mad. A ontr bluoi, strIp trad e-mark is cloely
S imnitated e inlferhr groodls, see t hat J',rl.son's Jiert Is
onl every ping. Sn id by uall dealnrs. Ren I for sample.
- free, to .I A. JACKsONq & Co., Mfra., rotorabu rg, Vs.
3 I)IA'T ( Beauitifrrl Conceit Grar
LLX1 N IPianos, cost $i1,600, on
- $425. Superb Grand Square Pianos, co
s $1,100, only $255. Eleganlt Upright Piano
cost. $800, only $155. New Style Uprig'
Piainas $l..'2.50. Organs $35. Organs
stops, $7251). Church Organs, 1(6 stops, co
$300, onl-; $1 15. Elegant $375 Mirror T<
Organs only $i05. TIremendouts sacrifice I
close out. presenat stock. New steam factoi
soon to be erectedl. Newspaper with mut
information About ctM of' Pianos and Organ
,sent free, Please addr'ess D)ANIXIL F, BI
~ A DAY to Agents canvassing for tl
Fireside Visitor, Terms andl Oufit Fre
'Address P. 0. VICKI'1tY, Auguista, Mains
FrBusiness Puiposes, ours cxc,
L'~jall others in clear ness and~ voltain
of tone. Illustrated circulars and testimc
y nials for 3 eents. Address J. R. HIOLCOM!
a Mallet Creek, Ohio.
IOINS IN TIIFE SOUfi
All owning land they dlesire to sell addres,
with stamtp, (description and lowest os
prie, P'ER('V B. AMIlThi, Stillwater, bgir
Main-St' 1Greenville S. C.
fIardware, Cit'ery. Guns,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERNYA
Mir Iron and 81teel;
Blacksmith's, Carpenter's and Machanio'd
Builders Hard ware o every des'rijitoW
Wagon.and Carriage Materials
, full line of Best Quality Le4ther and)(,ub'
ber Beltifig, Always in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
phe Hal Safe and Lock Compan;
rhe *Taylor" Cotton Gin;
rucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the -Celebrated Shaeuberget- Iforse
and Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Steedes Iron a
thc lowest quotations from any marke s, an
still propose to duplicato invoicea from North,
,rn Jobbing Houses, adding only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, 2. C.
Sept 0, 1877 62
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aug 1. 1878 ___
St IMOOL NOTfICE.
MISS8 DICIKINSON will resume the exer'
cises of her school on Monday, July
She will be assisted by Miss VEs-ra Milt
D)IN, who has recently graduated at Williomi
st on Female College.
There will be a free term of about six weeks,
i.fter which (uition will be as follows.
Primary Branches per month, . $1 00
Informedjiafe Brarabhes pef- month I, 1 50
'1dvanced Branches per month, 2 Of)
No djeduction will be rnade, except in' cases
>f protrantedt sickness..
R. M. UICKINSON, Principal.
,iuly 18, 1878 46 4
Man41hood au3f~~ allI diorders~ broughit on hy inris
ciettj . . x J.Au gr git the inpre
West Mitla Ntreet, 4-dasclanati, 0.
hlow L but, fliow Bestored!$
JUST published, a new edition of D~r. CUL
VE ItW E LL'S ('ellebra ted Essay oft the
radical cure (without med icine) of SexnILA,
tommafions. or Semninal Weakness, Involuntary
Seminaml Losses, Imapotency, Mlenral and
Physiicual fauapacity, Impediments to Mar,.
riaige, etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsey
and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sor
wd extravagance, &c.
Day Price, ini sealed envelope, culy sil
The celebrate ai ut hor, in abis adamirablei
Esay, clearly dleltionst rates, from a thirtyi
years' successful practice, that the alarming
conseience of self-abutse may b~e radlically
cured wvithmit.t tic danger6ons use of internail
medicine or the application of the knife;
poin1t ing out a modo of cure at once simple,
certain, nndl effectal, by means of which.
every sufferer, no matter what his condiion,.
may be, inay dure himself cheaply, and radi;
ggThis Lectuore should be in the hands
of every you thI and ever'y mtan ini the land.
Sent under' seal, in a plain envelope, tos
any :address, post--paid, on receipt *of sir.
cenIts Sor t wo postage st amlps.
A ddress thea Publishers,
TIIIE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York; Post oflice Box, 4586.
.luly 11, 1878 44 ly
M. R. BEECO,
(Greeunville, S. (O,
' UPP'LIES his customers with any SEW.
ING MlA CIllNE they desire. Also neeles
and attachments for any. Call next door to'
l'. WV. Davis and see his last lot of new Sing.
ar, Ilows, Weed, Wheaeler & Wilson. and other'.
Niachaines. lHe sells all cheaper than the
lie also cuts suits out of less cloth thart
rnybody. Soe list as follows
Goods for Coat-8 to 34 .yards.
Gloods for Pants-9; to 22 yards.
Goomds for Vest.t yarns.
COAT-Body ?ining, 23 yards: canvass,
yard; Wadding, I shaeetfr Slate Drill,
i yards; Silk, 2 spools; Cotton, 1
spool; liuittonis, etc.
PANTS--.Slate Prill, S yard; Canvass, jyrtd$
Silk, 1 rooh, Cotton, 1 spool; Boeu
tons und( backle.
VEST-Slate Drill, 2 yardsa; Wadnln,
yard; silk, 1 spool; cottont; I epooI6
waddcing amnd But tons.
Jgmne 90t., 1874 .41; 8nm