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Methodist obtuih,. R .W. er, ,PAst at
lot Sabbath In each f- a 4 olock P. Al.
2 Sabbath in eh' Ohlaat 1 0o'clock a. m.
8oona Baptikthin6h, t. W. B. Single
to&'Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Batut day befte
In *ach "Month at 11 o'olook a. u.
Rev. Hugh MoLees, atBeebtim on 4th Sab
bath at 11 o'clock a. ;n , and at the Methodist
Church in this place at 6 o'clock p. w.
The communicaLions of . Diadoc,"
"Piedmont," and "Rustic," from Ceo.
tral, have been unavoidably crowded
out of this issue. They will appear
S6 notice of School Com missioner.
Th'ie is to be three days examination
this time, aud teachers will be requir-.
ed to be here'bach day, .o they may
make preparations acacrdingly.
Will the Socret'aries of ead Deno,.
oratic Ulub in the County, send us up
,a full list of all the 00ers; and com
mittees of each? We 'leslie them for
publication as infoI'rmation to every
body who may desire to'know.
The kitchen and furniture, together
with neiarly the years' provisions, of
Mr. Jas. Hughey, was recently burnt
Aliout.oifb o'cloqk every day, the
CourtI House has the appear-tnce of
being ontite!y doserted. Tihe doors
are all cloved,' and the officers inside
sooe 00linly as new born babes.
There is to bo a review of the mili
tia of this Coun ty, by. the Adjutant
and Intpeator General, at Eusley, on
the 2nd f August. and we suggest to
the ladies of this plaice that they pro
Sent Lhbe'aminpton Home Guards with
a banner19n the.morninig of the in.
We call attention to the advertise
ment ot Mr. T. B. C.ymnes, at Liberty,
which appears in this issue. Mr.
Crymes is at reliable, go-a-head, bus
iness young man, an(d meants just
what he says. IRead his tdverLiSe,;
nient and go and buy his goods.
EXAMINATION AND EXulIBITION,
Tere will be an exmi nation of the
Centrazl 11igh S'chool on lhe 20t~ and
21st inst. An exhiblitioni will bie given'
(on the eve~nin~g of the 21st. Cnyt.
LeCwis, the Principal ot the schooli,
necvtar does th igs by the hlv es, anld
thiose who at tenad thle exercises hiave ai
-good treat ini store for' themi. Wec'll
b~e there, Ca ptain, if posskible. Thauiilos
for inivitaition. Ma:j. lI . A Child and
C. .P. Barret~t, Esq , of tis place, will
deliver uddresses on the mourning ol
VOL.UNTEER MIITijLA.--W'e thinkI it,
imupcrtantlnt, tin in!fa ntIry company
of the State Volunuteer Troops should
b)e or ganize'd in every tow t~ipif in the
County. Aside . t rm the social anid
instructiveo featuires of etuchoraz
Lions, they might prv essenial t~o
the well being of sociely and the ens.
forcerment of inwv and order. WVe know
niot whlat, is ahead of us, an rd it is wyell
enough tor each comn i ty to be or,
* gahiaed its sneh a mnneiur as to0 affobrd
asmj~e proJtection to itself. We have
blank mxuster rolls1 w hich can be ob
tatiped by parties p)roposinig to organ
ize'such companies, by calling at this
offlee. Let there be an nfantr'y com
pany in each township at an early
List of' Petit Jurors drawn for J une
term of Court, cornmmencinig Monday,
June 24th, 1878;, Joseph N. Brock,
M P Benjamin, WV N Bowlanid, J B
Clyde, A R~ Craig, John L Gravoly,
-.Nelson H-olcumbe, S D) Keith, James
B King, Miles P Singleton, S K
Youngblood, WV W'%smith, John [1
' Bowen, Joseph A Bates, Martin
B~oggs, W ii Boggs, B C Crawford,
Carter Dillard, G. W Dorr', Whit. A
flanilton, J F Hendricks, J W Law
rence, Columbus Pars~ons, HI J Lewis,
J W Barkley, G P Chamblin, Elias
Kennernore, Lasban Mauldin, James E
Davis, L Ross Eaton, Pinicknemy Gos
eett, J 0 Mosely, M P Murtin, .E K
Richardson, H C Shirley, M- TI Sitl4
The Laboratory of the System.
The stomach is t he la boi atory of
the system, in which certain mysteim
ous processes arae conistanity.going on.
These result irg the prodUcLion ot that
wonderful vivifying agent, thbe blood,
which in a state of healt h r'ushed Ia
den wit~h the elements of vitalhty to
the remotest parts of the system. But
)when the stomach is .semstparalyzed
by dyspepsia, blood manutacture is
* carried on imperf'ectly, the cir'culntion
grows thin and sluggish, and the sys
temi sbffers ina consequenee. Moreover,
Indigestion reacts upon the liver and
bowele, rendering the first sluggish
and 'the latter constipated. Thle
brain also suffe'rs by synmpathy, arid
sick headaches, sleeplessniess and ner
?oas symptoms are engendered. Hobs
tetters tomacha Bitters reforms this
state o things, gives permanent, tone
anid e'gularity to the stomach and its
aSnoiate organs, the bowels and liver,
and ensures coinglete nourishment
iressed vigor of tht 'system. 1t, is
the most, popular ns well ns the most
eoldet anti-dyspopt~ic anid tonic in,
e gereroas 'e-Eeryagent wh
It entdilye 116# the Improyed
S itedLook !t Se(g Machine foi
I 6eyer own# d relling1 house, !has a
good account in bank, is clear of debt., and
has money at interest -the natural conse
quenae of securing a good agency for stipe
rior goods at the lowest pries. A good first
class Swing Machine, most useful-reliable
at all times, easy to understand and cotitrol.
the same size and does the same work as any
machines that s9ll at FouR TidEs the price
There is no machine at any price better, or
that will do finer or mote work, and certainly
none so low in price by mony dollars. The
HOMEi'TAD is widely Known and used in
thousands of families in the Easterr and
Middte States, and daily becoming popular
in the West. It will save its cost several
times over in one season, doing the work of
the family, or will earn four or five dollars a
day for any-tnatt or woman who sews for a
living. It is the strongest machine made, is
ready at all times to do -its work, makes the
strongest And finest stitch yet irnvented, and
is fully acknowledged as the Standard Family
Sewing Machine. Price, cqnplete for do.
mestic use, reduced to $20, delivered at'your
door, no matter how remote you may'reside.
Business permanent and honorable,' 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 established; or, if there is no
agent near you, send your order direct to the
factor. Address John H. Kendall & Co.,
421BZoadway, New York.
3" The friends of the lion. D. WYATT
AIKEN respectfully nominate him for re
election to Congress-subject, to the Demo,
* For the Senate.
gig The many friends of the, lion. D. F.
BRADLEY announce him as a candidate for
the Senate--subject, to the primary election.
Mr. BRADLEY has made a useful and efficent
member of the lower House, and cannot fail
to give satisfaction in this new and higher
field of duty. MANY VOTERS.
Easley, June 7, 1878.
For the Legislature.
SEr The friends of R. A. CHILD nom
inate him for the Legisiature-subject to a
nomination at the primary election. Mr.
CHILD is a young man oft ability, and if el.
ected, will reflect. credit. alike upon himself
and constituents. MA NY FRI ENDS.
For Probate Judge.
g~i The friends of W. 0. FIE LD, respect
fully announce him as a cand~idate for re
election to the oflice of Probate Judge-sub
je-ct to a notamiation at. t he primary clect ion.
Mr. FrELD has made an eflicient and fait htul
officer, and his re-.elect t on vWill be bailed with
sat ifact ion by his MANY FRIEND)S.
For School Commissioner,
gd The niany friunds of R1ev. G. W.
SINGLETON, with pleasure, nominate himt
as a candidate for reseleciion to' the otlice of
Count y School Commissioner-subjiect to the
will of the voters at the approaching primary
Mr. SINGLTvON has been untiring in his
efforts to build uip and run the schools of
Pickens County and faithful in the discharge
of every oli -ial duty, and his re-election wilt
give continued sot isfact ion to his.
zthy- The many friends of JOSEPH 13.
CLYDE respectfully anniounce him a cani-i
didate for Schiool.00mnmissioner--subject to a
nomination at the primary elect ion.
New Etrn! eW 00oil!
N EW CLEREKS AND
LIIHAVE~ A FIl&lST CLASS STOCK OF
GENERAL MERC[INDISE on hand at
this place, and~ call the special attention of
the citizens of P'ickens County and the sur
rounding counties to the same. I sell cheap;
I Bell for cash; I take no risk; I get. house
rent.. cheap; I get beard cheap; I am at a
small expense; I can sell Goods as low as
they can at Oreenville or any where in the
up country; I will take Country Produme in
Exchange for Goods;- I keep a full Ihe of
Goods. If I have not the Goods on hand you
want, I will order them for you at a small
advance. My stock consists in part of the
COFFEE, H AIR PINS, SUGAR, COLOGNE
Soda, T'uck Combs, Molasses, Boat ner's
Magic Churn Dash, Gum Camphor, Picque,
Radway's Sarsaparilla, Calicoes, Fontz Stock
Powders, Nails,WVell Buckets, Ladies Trimmed
lHats, Shoes, Gun Caps,- Tu t's Pills, Hagan's
Magnolia Balm, and in fact almost anything
that. is necessary for the comfort of any per
soni living uinder the Ilamapton or Vance gov
ernments. All I ask is a trial, and you will
b~e made happy. If not I will sell you a pair
of CRYME'S Home Made Shoes that will last
you until you have get the worth of your
Two Dollars. 1f you are not. satisfied then,
come back and buy another pair at the same
price, and I will fling you in a pair of strings
and a box oif Bixby's Blacking, and you will
go home rejoicing.
Call and examine my stock before purch
asing elsewhere. I make Tin-ware a speciw
No. T. B. CRYME8,
N.2, Whitehaldl-sireet, Liberty, S. CI.
1 (loor fr-onm Stansell's Hitel
June 18, 1878 40 ly
To Public School Teachers.
O WING to the new regulatos, under bhe
new echool law, and in order to carry
out the instructions of the State Baperinten
dent of Educat ion, all certificates issued by
this Board are hereby revoked.
The Board will hold meetings to examine
teachers as follbws: Thursday, .June 27th,
candlidates for 1st Grade; FrIday, June 28th,
candidates for 2nd ,Orade; Saturday, June
29th, candidates for 3d Grade. One day to
Examination open each day at K o'clock,
A. Mt. and close at 7 o'olook, P. M. By order
of the Bloard. GEO. W. SINGLETON.
June 13,.7878 49 2
COUNTY AUDITON'S OFFICE,
RICENs S. C., May 31et, 1878.
N OT E is bereby given that thisoffice
will be open at Pickens from June 1st
to July 20th, 1818, to receive Tax Returns
of afl Ren! Estate and Personal Property.
Alf Retdrns not made on or before the 20th
of July, 1878, will be written up accordipg
to law from the old Tax I4ok, or made from
the best information that can be obtained,
and fty per cent. added thereto.
All male persons from twenty-one to sixty
years of age are required to return their
polls Parties claiming exemption from Poll'
Tax on account of disabilities will be requir
ed to make oath that they are exempt ac.
cording to law.
Merchants and manufactuters must make
their returns strictly according to laW.
By Act of Assembly, 1878, Auditors are
required to make "a new assessment of all
Real -Estate in their respective Counties,''
and all persons owning Real Estate in their
own name or as Committee, Trustee, G uirdian,
Administrator, &c., as the case may Pe, on
the 1st of June, 1878, must govern Ihem
Inorder to avoid errors in the Returns
each talpayer must make their own Returns,
and with the view of enabling them to do
this, I will be at the following places at the.
time specified, viz:
Easley, June 17th, 18th, 19th.
Liberty June 20th.
Central, June 21st and 22nd.
J. J. Herd's, July 2nd.
Payne's Store, July 3d.
King's Store, July 5th.
Hinckle's, July 6th.
Pumpkint own, July 8th,
Dacusville, July 9th and 10th.
After the 20th of July, 1878, this office will
be closed for taking Returns, and fifty. per
cent- penalty added on all returns not rmade.
- JOHN 0. DAVIS,
Auditor Pickens County.
June 6, 1878 39 2
T IlE Treasurer of Pickens County will
open his books at the Court House for
the collection of the first installment ot Taxes,
for the year 1877, on the 17th day of June,
and will rnemain open at the Court House
from th-e 17th to the 26th (lay of June inclu.
sive, and at. the following places)
Central, 27th day of June.
Liberty. 28th day of Juno.
Easley, 29th day of June.
-Dacusville, 1st. day of .July.
Pumpkintown. 2a day of July.
King's Store. 3d day otJuly.
J. J. Herd's, 4th (lay of .July.
And at the Court House till the i7th of
July. The books will then be closed, andt a
penalty of six per cent be alded on first in.
staliment. Persons between the ages of 21
and 60 years of are, not exempt by law, arc
liable to Poll Tax. The levy is as fullows:
State Ta',x; 4.1 mills
County Taix, 3 mills.
Sch'oo Tax, 2 nills.
Total, 9.1, mills.
T. W. RUSSELL.
.T'une 6, 1878 3
N EW\ ADLVlEIlUIs EM\ENT8.
READ T1111S C llD FRIOM
OAK MALL. BOSTON.
New guide for self-measu'~remenm --plain,
simnple, and acca.rate. Pe'rfe.ct fit and satis
factlion guaranteed, and twenty live per eent.
saved! OAtK 1XllAL is ilie oldest. establishe d
Clothiung I louse in America!
11A M MOC K.-We, are impIort ers anid
whlolesale deaile'rs in in imocks! liet ai pr~ice,
$2.75 caceia. in r.eceipt ot $3.27 wiull send
by mail. i-ostaige paid..
Full size U). S. A . ickle-l.latecd H eurinigton
Rtevoher. wi- Wth one hundredil~II caririd.lges, senit
express paid tol aniy pari t 01' the count ry oin
receipt of $8 00.
The Bostonu Shomoting Suit.
First prise, silvei medal, o'ver all compe
titore; made only by (O. WV. Simmuonis 'Son.
Eiach garment staumped! Sent by matil or ex.
prss to any address. Comuplete suit g Ila 00
Illustrated circublir withI samples sent free.
English Rugby F~oot balls, Mllit ary G oods,
White Trousers, Band Uniformis, Base Uall
and Bicy cle Suit s A dd ress
G. W. SIMMoNS & SON,
Oak llall, Boston, Mass.
New, 7 Oct. '$135 I New, 9 Stops, %i7
New. 73 Oct.a$1415 |New, 12 Stops, $78
'"Magnificent,'' '"bran new,'' ''lwe* pr'i,
ces ever giveni." Oh how this "cruel war"
rages, but Ludden & Bates still hold the field
and rain hot shot into the bogus maufac
turers who deceive the public with Ilumbhug
Grand Offers on Shoddy lnst rtument.s Sen:l
for special offers, and circular exposing
frauds of P'iano and Organ TIrade. Ludden
& Bautes,"Wholesale Piano and Organi Dealers,
Che ' BEST Tobacc
Awarded )tlg S prie at Centennial Experilou for
Stne chstoing qusahtW and ex-elence and ? ting charv
ader of eteeeening and~ faoig The bc t tobacco
over snade. As our blue strip trade-nark ih cloiely
Imitated on Inferior goods, see ltat Jackson's Jest 1s
on every plug. Sold by all dealers. Send for srinpe
fieo, to 0. A. Jscasox A Co., Mfri., 1'etersburg, Va.
PIA TBeautiful .Concert Grand
.IAN itanos, cost S1,600, only
$45. uper Grand Square Pianos, cost
$1,100, oply $255. Elegant Upright P'iainos,
cost. $800. only $155. New Style Upright
Pianos $112.50. Organs $35. Organs 12
stops, $72560. Church Organs. 16 stops, cost
$300, only $115. Elegant $375 Mirror Top
Organs only $105. Tremendous sacrifice to
close out present stook. New steam factory
soon to be erected. Newspaper with mucih
information about cost of Pianos and Organs,
sent free. Please address DANIEL F. BE
ATTY, Washington,_N. J.
* ADYto Agents canvassing for the
sireside Visitor. Trms and Oufit~ Free.
Address P. 0. V LCKE~RY, Augusta, Maine.
Invested Judticiously in Stocks (Options or
Privileges), is a sure road to rapid tortune.
Full details and offlical Stock Exchange Re
ports free. Address T. POTTER, WIG[IlT &
(C)., Bankers, 35 Wall street. New York.
Keowee Lodge, No. 79. A F. M
TiEREGULAR MONTfILY MEET
ON OF KEOWEE~ LODGE, No. 79,
A-. F.-. M,-. will take place on
SATURDAY o On'EFORN Tis PULL MOON
IN EACf MIONTHE, at half past 83 o'clock The
attendance of all the members is earniestly
Rt. A. CHILD, W. M.
W. FI rErDn 8.crat..
FALL IN PRICES.
Q!ECURE AN AGENCY
and $60 or $100 per webk.
"THB EVRR READY AND NEVER OUT OF ORD111.'
120 SEWING MACHINE $20
For Domestio use.
WIT!H TABLE AMD FIXTURES COM
PLETE, R9DUCED TQ ONLY $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and
durable Machine, constructed elegant aind
solid, from the best material with iiatheiua=
tieal precision, for Constant Faintly use or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
moment's notice to do its day's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation with
moderate care; easy to unders(and and man
age; light, smootb, and swift running, like
the well regulated movement of a fine watch;
aimple, Compact, Efficient and Reliable, with
all the 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 $79 Machine. An acknow
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill,
essentia ly the working woman's friend, and
far in advance of all ordinary Machines, for
absolute dtrength. Reliability and general
usefulness; will lem, Fell, Tuck, Seam, Quilt.,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, Shirr,
Plait., Fold, Scall9p, Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
Eeatness and case, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally fine and smooth through till
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 thevork'it does
or make a good living for any man or woman
who desire-s to use it for that purpose; works
so faithful and easy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Price of Ma
chine with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. IIALFCASisn. CoVER, SIDE
DRAwER AND CABINET STYLIS each at cor
rerpondingly low rate3. Safe delivery guar,
anteed, free ,from damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated witi engravings of the
several styles of Mailchines, references, va
riety of sewing, &u., mailed free. Confidene
tial terms with liberal inducements to enter
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Men,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies. turnished on application.
Address JOHN H. KENDALL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yo'k.
Jan 31, 1878 21 ly.
No.12 N. Eighth St.
8t. Louis, Mo.
Who has had greater experience in the treatment of the
sexual troubles of both male and female than any physician
in the west ves the results of his lo)ng And succeosfh
practice in bi Ta uoltw works.just puh, entitled
The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Books that are really Guldes and 8efr-Isutractors in all mat
ters pertainingr t9% Mashood -AWeah.ndspl
~i ong et. They ar bcau~f~t lust irSadd In plan
lguage, easily understood. The two books emibrace 545
~se~and con taIn valuable InfornmatIon for both married and
IltaRc. w t te recentIimp',ements In medicsl treatment
ina DrlEtoer hom papers say: "The knowledejparte
perf etly health rnaybe d ol~wn thens
of life and th~e Womaan, in miser lorIttple
--oSt.n maIs hern r sex is hie
POPULAR PRICK8--60 Ct.. each
both In one volume, $1; in cloth an
g~lt, 25 cts extrs. Sent under seal, o
receipt of price in money or stamp.
RV, Y 0. ll n a,
A Live anud Feauricas D~emo.
cr'at ic Newspaper.
Largest Ci rculat ioRn ill th IC it y.
Largest irclt tion thIte St ate.
Largest. Circumlation ill Cot ton Stat es.
Al the News Abo'tt South Carolina-All the
News A bout t he SontIh---AIl tile
News from11 Everywhere.
Pure and Unid t'filed Democracy--.Unijon! Jus
ice ! ! Equatl Iiih ts ! !!
.Recogn izi ng t he Paramount Interest. felt
In the Approaching Political Canvass
lig every Democrat who hopes to .3cc the great
work of thte [Redempt ion of' the State
muade complete anid permanent so
that. the people may reap anld
fully enjoy tile Fruit. of
The News an~d Courior will Direct all
its Ener lgie CXnn td Resourc tes to
Presenting. fr'om Day to D~ay,
Fni I anmd iltere"stig
.ACeOlin ts of tho
the ( 'am-n
TO PLAXCE Ti'l PAPER
Withiu the a Reach of Everybody
During thiN Excuintg 'onltest we have
Determined to Offer to Mlail Sub
, scr ibersi thto following
The News antd Couriert, Daily Edit ion,
6~ mtonths, $1 00
The News nntd t (Iurier, TriWeekly,
Edit ion, ti mont hs, $2 00
The W eekly News, II monthis, 75
Subscript ions will he recei vedl at these
rates, Folt M1AIL SU1001(1118118 ONLY,
until Mlay 15. In all cases the cash must ac
company the order.
Friends of' the cause of' Ionest lHome lRule
int all the count ies are invited to tild us in
swelling our (Cam paignm Subscript ion Lists,
whiich ought to include every initelligent voter
in the St ate.
RIORtDAN & DAWSON, Proprietors.
C har lestoni, S. C.
ap 4, 1875 30
ESCRIPTION FREE T
Mainhood~ anri' all disorders tbroughit on by faidis
ciet~nn or e'xcess. Au y 1; nggist, h aR the ingro
West Sixta Stree, Oitneinnat, 0.
OPUMan! Tornhjinn hnshittered.
CUM & d am:, for book on
O P ImcS~ing n't aWHsur
.. na nOreeno Co., lnd.
Fail to try our B'ist Warrantod
Garden Seeds and Early Rose Pota
tuo. To uso pure and relIable Seeds
We also have the North Carohna
Irish Potato at 75 cents per bushel..
Onioi Setts at 121 per quart. Black
Oats at 75 cents per bushel,
Speciail nttontion is called to our
Haiman Universal Plow Stock-the
best and cheapest yet invented. Pol,
ished steele Twisters, Heel Bolts and
other Farming Implomonts-which
we are selling at
Prices. To make room for an exten
sivo Spring Stock, we are offering our
remaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost, for cash or Lnrter. It will lighten
To invest your money whero there is
the best profit. Call and examine..
We charge nothing for showing and
pricing our Goods.
HAGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
Pickens C. 11. S. C.
Feb 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
Up Oo0ntry storf,
MV c F A LL'S,
I KEEP GOOD
PRICES TO SUITo TUlE UIARD
W. T. McFALL.
Jan 10, 1878 18
_THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
PORtTABLE AWD STATIONARY
SAW, FLOUR AND GRIST NILIA
3HAllTING, PULLEY3 AND EANGQERS.
dd res POOLE & HUNT
nersted, that I will be found in my of
fice, at. Pickens Court House '' on each
W E D) N E S4 D A Y, and on each SAJ.ED)AY
for the purpose .of transacting any business
that. comes under my jur'isdiction..
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel! me to be absent in different parts of
thme County, I appoint, these special days for
the benefit >f all concerned. Office hpurs,
from 9) a. m. to 4 p. m.
Q. W. SINGLETON,
- chool Commissioner.
Feb 8.187." 22
L. K. CLYDE
ATTORNEY # COUNSELOR A 1L W,
GREENVJLLE, S. C.
Special attention given to collections.
April 4,1878 80 em
A. BLYTH, C. P. ARDITT,
M. F. ANiIEZ, Pickens C. II.
Greenville, 8. C.S '. C.
BLYTHE, ANSEL & BARRETT
ATTORNEYS 4- COUNSELORS A T LA W.
PICKENS C. -., S. C.
(Office in School Commissioner's Office.)
Will practice in the State. and Federal
March 21, 1878 28
JS COTInAN, R A Ciril,
Abbeville C If y \ Pickens C0
COTHRAN & CHILD,
A TTORNEYS 4- CO UNSEL ORS T LA W
PICKENS C. H. S. C.,
Will Practice inall the Courtg of (he State
and Courts of the United States, for the Die*
triot'of South Caroliao.
March 29 1877 29
. RE EjVILLR, S. C.
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
;LBF.ELLS IN TIE ROOMS,
June 14, 1877 40
'v~ik~u, Vv'fliau & Coe
lIMain-St. :Greenville S. 0.
Hardware, Cutlery, Guls,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A
Agricultural iiiupl esnents.
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blacksmnith's, Carpenter's and Mechanic's
Builders Ihardware of every descripiton;
Wagon and Carriage Matecrials;
A full line of Best ~Quality Leather andfRnb
ber Jielting, always in stock;
Fairbanks 8tandard Scales;
The Hall Safe uand L.ock Company;
The -'Tay.~lor"~ Cotto:n Gin;
Tucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, fot the Celebrated Shaenberger Horse
and M ule Shoes.
We are prepared to sclk Sweedes 1ron at,
thie lowest quotations from any markets, and
still propose to dluplicato, lIinvoie from North
ern Jobbing Houses, adding only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
GIreenville, 8, C.
Sept 6,,1877 52 . m
Piedmont Air Lineo Railway..
1sT TnaIN STATIoNS 2u TnLAr
1280'pim Galvest on 12 30p m
5 00 p nm New Orleans 6 00 p m
7 26p rn Bay St Louis 7 20p m -
11 25p in Mobile 11 25 p m
7 05 am Mfonlgomery 7 05a m
9 45 am - Opelika 9 45a m
10 40 a mn West. Point 10 40 a in
5 00 pm Atlanta 6 00a m
7 00 p m Buford 7 55 a m
7 47 pm - Gainesvillo 8 35a m
8 27 pm Lula 0 06 aim
9 06 pm AltAiry 9 36a m
9 46 p m Toccon 10 06 a m -
11 48 p mn Central 12 01 p m
1 00 a mn Greenvillc 1 08 p in
2 .30 a m Spartanburg 2 27 pin
5 09 a mI Gastonia 4 52 p za
7 20 a in Charlot o Junction 6 60 p
11 16 a m Greensboro 10 41 p n'
1 16 p mn Janville 12 58 a in
1 38 p mn Dunde~e 1 00 a in
F) 17 p m Burkeville 4 51 a in
7 39 pr mBelle 1a10 7 20a m
8 00 p m flichmiond 7 45 a in
1 27 a mi Washington 1 10 p mn
8 20 g m Baltimore 8 10 p
61 40 a m Philadelphia 6 50 p Dl
9 35 a mn New York 10 05 p ra
8 85 pi 1; oston 8 00 a m
Trramin leaviung Aotata at 6 00 p m connects
at D~undee, Virginia, with train for Lynch
burg; thence direct to Washington City via
Virginia Midland Route.
1sT TRIAN STATIONS 21) TRAriN
Leave Leave ,
9 00 am Boston 7 00 P m
6 30 pm New York 8 15ani
And by Linmited Express 9 25 a m
9 30 p mn Philadelphia 11 45 a m
12 55 am Baltimiore 5 00p m
8:30 an m ichpyond 11 85 p
8 55 a mn Belle isle 12 00 ni'g
10 17 a in Burkeville 2 0(6 a nm
2 25 pm Dundee- 6 38a m
2 00 P in Danville 6 05 a mn
5 05 p mn Greensboro 8 26 a mt
8 40) p rm Chiarlotte Junct ion 11 45 a ra
8 48 p mn Chamrlotte 11 55 a m
9 23 pm Gastonia * 125a m
12 46 a in Spartanburg 8 15 p m
2 20 a m Greenville 4 85 p m
3 24 am Central 5 88p m
6 03 am Toccoa 7J15pin
5648 am Mt Airy 8 05pim
6 20 am Lula 8 88 pnt
(Change cars for Athens; Ga)
6 51 am - Gainesville 9 05p m
7 50 am - Buford 9 4lpnm
11 80 am A tlanta 1180a m
4 15 pm West Point 415 pnm
655pm Opelika 65 5p m
8 25 pm Montgomery 8 25 pm
8315 am Mobila 8 15aa
6 45 am IBay St Louis 64
880 am New Orikanse 8 30 am
8 00 am Galveston 800a m
Train leaving Washington Cliy. via~ Vir..
ginia Midland Route, ait 2 47 a mn, < onnects
at D idee, Virginia, with south bound train
of thW lne, through to A tlanta and all Sonth
weste*n points. .J.nh I, 1878