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THE SENTINEL.
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^ t insertion, and 60 cents for each subsefor
m ?r
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PICKENS C. II., 8. cT
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Thursday. Jau. 6, 187*5.
Organisation
Our viowb on tlio question of an
organ i saltan of tho Democratic party
in South Carolina aro so well known
to oar reader* that wo do not deem
it necessary to reiterato them hero.?
Wa tiava olwnva nnnnanrl i hn oAnlt.
tfon policy, or dangling to the tnil
of *nv Radical faction in tho Stato,
believing that, dofcat and domoraliza
Hon would bo tho result of such a
polfajr. Timo has proven tlio correct-,
MH of our views, and wo arc glad to
that tho entiro Consorvntivo
portion of the press of tho Stato has
tone to the samo conclusion, and now
HUM a unit as to our iuturo State
policy. We must make no moro
compromises with the enemy. Tho
coalition policy has torovor gone
down. Wo must riso up, liko truo
men of tho soil, assort our manhood,
nd provent tho Africanization of our
8tate. Our duty is plain and simplo.
We must organize in every city, town
nd township in the State; our forcos
must bo woll disciplined, and in NoT?mber
next we will presont a solid
and invinoiblo front to tho onemy.
Tho oorruptionist with thoir negro
followers can not dofont tho white
'IKen of this State if they will organize
and go to work. Victory is within
AHP Mt/tK if at A will Ani\r \\
?ur hands and grasp it. Tho people
of the lowor section of tlio State,
whom above all othors, had hotter
roasons for favoring a coalition policy,
aro now thoroughly aroused, and already
meotings aro boinghcld for tho
purpose of taking tho preliminary
steps to an organization. In Char
Jestion tho largest mooting sinco 1868,
hft* been held in tho Hiborninn Hull,
composed ot tho moat intelligent and
influential citizens of tho city. At
this meeting resolutions of no uncortain
tonos, eondomning tho election of
Wbippor and Mopes, and looking to
tbe organisation of the whito pooplo
of the Stato, and its final rodeinption>
Were enthusiastically adoptod.
Meetings in Sumpter and Williams
burg t/OUIJUUB iiiiVG uioO boon called,
but wo havo not yot Been tho rosults.
Shall Pickons bo behind hor siHter
Counties in tho matter of organization?
Wo trust not. Ureenvillo is
moving off and will soon bo thoroughly
organized. Lot Pickens follow,
and contribute hor full strength to tho
redemption of tho State. Thoro
should and munt bo no laggard nose in
this matter. Wo will have no stroglors
in November next. Every man
who lovos his State, and desires to Bee
her onco moro under the control ol
honest and competent men, must fall
into lino. Lot every man do his whole
duty and fear not the result*. Honest
Jtopublicans will fail in with the Do
moorats, and victory will bo Assured.
Tho pross of Lho wliolo country, rogardloBH
of politico is with us. Fol
lo*.v citizens of Pickcns, without regard
to past, political proclivities, fall
into lino and march Hquuro to the
front* You havo a groat and impor-. "(
tant duty to porform. Your mother
oriesout for help, and afikuj'ou lo do*
livor her from tho hands of nlundorom
and thiovoH. Will you not roHpond?
Yob. Wo need not ask tho question,!
tor Old Pickcns ban novor been behind
vty, whon duty and patriotism called
her, and nono will march ahoad of her
in tho prosont crisis. Then lot us or- ,
gnnizo at onco, and put our household
in order.
? , m
MT'Thd Abbeville Medium says tho
State ami county tax in Abbeville J
County will oxcced twonty mills. J
Mosos and Wlupper.
Tho cloclion of Moscb nod Whippor
to the bonoh, by tho majority in
tho Logislaturo, is tho crowning outs
i-ftgo of rodsbot Radicalism in this
Stnto. Thoproporty, lifo and liborty
of tho citizens of tho First and Third
Circuits, would havo boon committed
to tho hands of corrupt and vicious
Judgos, had it not boon for tho timely
and bold interposition of Govornor
Chamborlain. Mosofc, by bin infamous
career ns Spoakor of tho Uoubo of
Representatives and as Govornor of I
tho State, mado'himsolf obnoxious to
evory dooent man in tho Union, and
lllQ r\ ? A lmn/\ ?>-? /v.?? 4
"?w iimiiiv UUVWIIIV; oy IIUII^IIIUUO Wltll
fraud and corruption. Iio had boon
ropudiaiod by tho Republicans outside
of tho Stato, as woll as by tlio docont
portion of thorn in this State. Whipper
is a colorod man ofno legal ability,
ana is stud to bo a gamblct and cqua>
ly as corrupt as Moses. Wiggins, wc
know nothing about, but tlio fact of
In's being the candidato of Lcslio is
suftioient, to placo him along with tlio
other two. The reform of Governor
Chamberlain was solid and sincere.
This tlio corruptionist could not stand,
and in order to dofoat him, and turn
the government back in tho old grooves
of corruption, and to their personal
aggrandizemontjthoy dctonninod on a
hnld nlnn lUr f lin nlnntinn r\f Hn'o
trio, tlioy hopod to fasten tho coast
Circuits of the State to that wing of
tho party, and by fraud and intimida*>
tion rogain control of tho govornmont.
In thin it ia to bo hoped thoy havo
signally failod. Thoir action has
brought down upon them tho con
domnation of tho whole country, and
has aroused and dctormincd tho hono?t
men of tho Stato to defeat thorn at
tho polls noxt* November. In this dos
termination, wo havo tho God-ppood of
the tvholo country.
Tho Republican press of tho North
U calling upon tho National liopublican
party to unload South Carolina.
They can not afford to carry tho Stato
fl y\\T Inn O r?/l f Inn r# A OAA l\n??
??11 j ivngvt j itnu nivjr iuii^ tv nw.vj aivt
government turned over to tho keeping
of tho Democratic p??rty. This
iB tho ofFect. of thoir oloction, and in
place of its being a levor of power to
them, it will bo tho means of their
overthrow. Wo do not bciiovo they
will or should be, allowed to tako
their seats on tho bench.
BfeO" Tho State Democratic Kxecutivo
Committee moot in Columbia to
day. It in composed of somo of tho
best men in the Stato, and wo trust
thoy.may not, fall short of their duty.
Organization is now the watch word
from the sea coaat to tho mountains,
and they should send for'h iho order
without hesitation.
HkM" Dr. Miles lias purchased a half
interest in tho Drug storo of Dr. Hillhouso,
at (Jrccnvillo, and Inst wcok
moved to that placo. Tho Doctor is
a skillful physician and a first class
gontlcman. Wo rogrot to looso him
but congratuluto Groonvillo on hor
gain.
JWgf" The Legislature adjourned on
Thursday morning bofore ChriHtmas,
to tho 18tl? inst Both tho big and
iiuio liunuii/iiv 'wills, were passed, ratified
and approved by tho Governor j
bcforo tho adjournment. Tho big bonanza
repeals tho old bonanza paused
at tho last session, which was vetoed
by tho Governor, but decided to be
a law by tho Supreme Court, bocauso
the Governor failed to roturn tho bill
with his objections within tho time
proscribed by tho constitution.
Tho gonoral tax bill and the two
I- i - i .
uuiiiiiiibim niiiKU a loiill OUllO IflX OI
eleven mills. Our county tax in nix
mills?throe mills lor currront oxpen .
8es and threo mills special tax to pay
past indebtedness of the County)
which make an aggrogato olseventoon
mills in this County.
We notioo that tho oily coun~
cil of Columbia havo levied a city tax
of twenty mills; tlio Htato tax is olovs
on mills; County tux in ftichland
County, four mills, making an aggregate
In the City of thirty fivo mills.
JIovv is that for high ?
?* . ? ??
Vay* Tlio net earnings of the Air
Lino ilnilrond, from Novoinbor 25L!i
187i, to November 1st 1H75, is, according
to tho report of Mr. John 15.
l'cck, Maxtor of Transportation, 8415,Bl'i.ftS.
The not earnings for tlio snmo
period in tho yearn 1873-74 was $17,**
BOO,71. This oxhibits a very mntorial
incrcaso in inc prosperity 01 iiio road,
R*&- Tho Augusta Chroniclo & >S'cnjncl
is doing good sorvieo /or tho
Democrats of this State.
Eastatoe Peabody SchoolWo
aro glad to learn that tho efforts
cf tho friends of oduoation, to establish
a Poabody School, at Eastatoo
in tho uppor portion of this county*
havo beon crow nod with success, and
tho prospects of its iuturo success aro
roally oneouraging. Wo havo rccoived
a communication from a friend in
reloronco to this school, but its longlh
and tho want of spaco precludes its
publication.
News and CourierThis
ablo and fcnrlees journal is doing
yeoman fiorvico in tho causo oi
honesty nnd good government. ItB
rceent ablo articlos on organization,
receive tho ondoraomont of ovory
Domocrat in tho Stato. Such a journal
in tho metropolis of tho Stato
is a tower of strength to tho Democratic
party. Wo trust it may rocoivo
tho liberal patronago of our pcoplo
thai it bo justly dosorvos.
A New Paper"VVo
lmvo received tho first numbor
of tho "Family Visitor,'' a new papor
published at Yorkvillo S. CM and devoted
oxclusivoly to literary and miss
cellanoouB reading. Issued scmimont
lily, at $1.50 a year. Lowis M
Urist, FublishorPersonal
His Hon. S. J. Douthit, tho eflleient
and popular Judgo of Probate for
Groenvillo County, was in town on
Monday last, looking aftor tho Hale of
tho Eaeloy cstato. Ho paid tho printer
promptly, and wo will voto for
him noxt time, provided ho runs for
"Gubnor."
Atlanta Daily Herald"NVo
aro glad to plaeo upon our oxehango
list, tho Atlanta Daily lloraldi
one of tlio ablest papers in Goorgin,
Our pcoplo, especially along tho Air
Lino Railroad, should give it a liboral
patronage.
Wheeled Into Line
FiVnrir Pnncnrrnl i un nn?\A?? * -* < l'?
.J WV/....V. Mil ? V 111 VIIU
St:ito lias wheeled into lino on tlio
question of a Democratic organization
in the St:ito. This moans a Waterloo
defeat of Radicalism in South Carolina.
+ .
Tho following are tho appointments
mado by tlio liishop of tho South Carolina
Conference of the M. E. Church)
for tho Groonvillo District nt. Oi n n rtn. I
?? "" t>~
burg, S. C., Docomber 20th, 1875:
GIIKENVIr.LK DlST1UCT.
O. A. DAUBY, P. E.
Cirecnville Station?W. D. Kirlcland.
Greonvillo City and Marietta Mis*
8ion8?W. II. Ariail.
Greenville Circuit?It. R. Dagnall
licidvillo Circuit?J. Iv. McCain.
t f.v
? x/1 ik ijuviuo vyuv.il I L tf , r lllgur.
Williamston and Bolton Circuits?
S. A. YYTobor.
Brushy Creek?J. J. Workman.
Andorson Station?W. W. Mood.
Anderson Circuit?J. J. Novillc.
Central?A. W. Jackson.
Sandy Springs Circuit?J. Attaway.
wr u ^ ii-. ? ? J ? - ?
miiuiiu iiuu x'onuioion circuit?
A. W. WnlIter.
Pickons Circuit?J. Q. Stockman.
Pickons Mission?T. P. Phillips.
$oncca City Circuit?L. C. Loyal.
Chorokoo Miflsion?F. llartin.
Fork Circuit aiul insioiiB?C. J).
Ma n n.
Williainslon Female College?Sr.fliwlnr
m>nui/lnn< r? A O A \U.-t
?v*v? j j/iuuiuviiUj auu W. iLi >Y UUOTj
profos8or.
? WW - - - 1 j
Pickens Prices Current
COHUKCTED WKKICI.Y 1IY W. T. M'I'A I.I,.
Cotton }>ei* |ioun<l. packed, !)?("))]$
Cotton pur pound, seed, 4c
n?con per pound, 1(?:{
Lard per pound, UOo
PAPI/ ??*?* riA?m/l , A
* iUO '
Corn per bushel, 75c
Wheat per bushel, $1.&0
Flour per barrel, $?(..,? 10
Apples, Dried, por bushel. $1.00
Apples, Green, per bushel, ?1.00
I'c'hs per bushel 00c
iiutier per pound, 1o(W?20c
Hoef per pound, f?"@6o
beeswax, per pound, 25c
,w... M.nwl
J.V. OJO
Chickens, per heftd, 16o
Hides, Dried per pound, 12Jc
Hides, Green, per ponnd, Oc
Kggfl, per Dozen, 12Jc
Pinders, per bushel, 51.00
Feathers, per pound, f>0c
Wool, por pound, 40c
rreparc ior winter.
Don't lot tho winds of winter find
your windows without snuhos, or good
wholo doors, but hnvo them fitted lit
onco from tho manufactory of Mr. 1'
P. Toalk, whoso advertisement is in
another column.
J[o i? also solo agent l'or tho ' National
Mixed Paint Co.," who warrant
their paint not to crack, pool or fado.
Any ono can apply it.
MARRIED, on the 21st December, 1875,
by Rev. Thomas Looi-kh, Mh. THOMAS
JAMISON to MM JANE CH1LDEEU3?
both of lMokens.
On 28d December, by tlieMsie. M*. W1L.
LI AM H0PKIN8 to Miss RACHEL HOLDER
?both of PlokooB.
On 80th December, bv the nm?, Ma. BELTON
HOWARD to Mi as MARY BPPBS?
both of Pickens.
Tribute of Re?pect.
At a regular communication of KeoW?e
Lodge, No. 79, A.*. F.*. M. . held on the 8d
instant, the followitlir nr?*m(iUi nnil ronnliw
tions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, it lias pleased the Supreme Architect
of the Universe, to remove from" ottr
midst, our esteemed and worthy brother E
H. ORIFFIN, Jr., whose purity of character
and devotion to our order, was worthy the
emulation of all true brothers of the n-ystic
tie. Therefore be it
Resolved, Tlmt wc deeply sympathise with
la is family in (heir ead bereavement, and
tender to them our heartfelt condolence.
Resolved, Tnattho brethren, by his death,
hare lost a true and honored brother, and the
community a useful and valuable citizen.
Resolved, That this proamblo and these resolutions
be spread upon the minutes of the
Lodgo; that a blank page bo loft to his memory;
that the Lodgo be draped in mourning
for the spacc of thirty days, and that the
brethren wear the usual badgo of mourning
for the same space of time.
Resolved, That the Secretary be instructed
to furnish the family with a copy of these re
nuiuiiuiiH, HIIU HIM a copy DO sent to tlio
I'ickkns Skntinkl for publication.
* a _ ! 9 County
Treasurer's* Ofliec.
PICKENS C. II., S. C., 4lh Jan., 1875.
milE Tax Duplicate of Pickcns County for
JL 1876, is now in my hands and open for
tho collection of Slate and County Taxes.
The total levy is seventeen mills on the
dollar, as follow:
For State purposes, 11 mills
i.',,- ?..,i: r> 1- "
<u. uiuiiiitij Kuiiiujr purposes, t> nuns
For past indebtedness of County, 3 mills
Poll Tax One Dollar.
I will attend the following places on tho
dates given, to receive Taxes:
Easley Station, JOth, 11th and 12th instant.
O'Dell's Shop, 17th and 18th instant.
Central Station, 19th and 20th instant.
Howard's Shop, 20th and 27th instant.
Dacusvillo 31st inst. anil 1st February.
Pumpkintown, 2d and 3d February.
Eastatoe Camp Ground, 10th and 11th Feb.
While utte-ndiug she above places my oHi
here will bo closed, but will be open between
those dates.
W. A. LESLEY,
i.. m
vuuin^ jirHiiaurer iiCKCns.
Jan C, 1870 18 3
A'dministralor's Sale. j
\VIj will soli for cash to the highest bidder,
i?t. Pickens Court llouso, on Thursdny (lie
20th of Jauuury, 1870, alt tlie
Pergonal Properly.
(lie Fstnle ofK. II. Griflin, Jr., deceased.
Amongst oilier tilings the entire stock of
Goods belonging to said Estate will be sold,
consisting of everything to be found in a
store of general merchandise; such as a large
and varied stock of tho best of Shoes, fine
lints, Calicoes, Heady-Made Clothing, Casimcrcs,
Janes, Flannels, and Cotton and Woolen
Goods of every description.
ALSO,
A fine lot of LI'! AT 11 Kit, Upper and Sole,
Harness, Bridles, Saddles, itc.
AI,SO,
a iinc ioi 01 unutifcuiiis an?l Harriwaro of
every description, and many other things too
numerous to mention.
8. I). KK1TH,
B. F MORGAN,
Administrators.
Jnn 0, 1870 18 3
NOTICE
ALL persons having claims against Iho
Estate of K. H. Griffin, Jr., deceased,
lire iicrcoy notinaa that lliey are required to
render before us as Administrators of said
Estate, an account cf thoir demands duly attested;
and all pereons indebted to said Estate
arc required to settle the same forthwith
with us. or their accounts will be placed in
the hands of an attorney for collcction.
S. D. KEITH,
B. F. MORGAN,
Administrators.
Jan 0, 1870 18 4
Notice.
ALL persons who purchased Lands at a
sale of the Heal Estate of Samuel Mavcrick.
(ler.ofuif?il in*a KAPftKw
payment for tlio name. Those failing to do
hv promptly, will bo sued upon their bonds.
W. W. IIUMPIIKEYS, Referee.
Anderson ('. 11., l)cc. 20ih 1876 18?3
Easlsy School.
o
rnuu Fill ST SESSION of tho abovo School
i will Ixigin Monday, tho 3d day of Jannary,
187(i.
For terms, etc., address tho Principal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Kasley, Station, S, 0.
Jan 6, 187(1 18 8m
E. J. POTTER, M. D.
RAST/W.V H'PA'Pir>\r cs n
l WJL/lJ.lV/i.1, 13. (Jt
RADUATK of a repular chartered Reboot.
X The Dr. will respond to all calls with
dispatch. All cascn strictly confidential.
Private diseases treated in all their varied
forms, witli the erroro of youth and the diaeases
of women and ohildren.
Jan 6, 1H7? 18 8m
B'OSITIVi; IVOTICE.
ALL persona indebted to us on any account,
must I'ositivkly como forward and mako
settlement on or by the first day of February
next, or ilicir accounts will bo put in the
hands of an officer for collection. A word to
thu wise is ;'uflicient.
II. E. IIOLCOMBE A. SON.
lint-ley, S. C., Jan 3, 1870. J8 tf
i- -U-'!'.!?-1!!'M1UJ, . 'Ml, ..LJJ.
v NIfiAV AnyBtUDIBEMENTS.
ffrj;-. Jts~ . 11 ?
(h-J (\ n day nt homo., Agonts wanted. OuttPi/O
fltind WSnus froe. True & Co., A in,
gUetft, Maino.
4fg>llP?ll WEEK guaranteed to Agetitp,.
v'/j Nf|*lo and Female, in their locality^?
U1/ I Tfrms and OUTFIT FREE. Addrtes
T " - P. O. VIOKERY & CO., Augusta, Me.
MIND Reading, Psychomancy, Fnsoination,
8oul Charming, Mesmerism, nnd
Marriage.Quid?, showing how either sex may
fascinate and gain the Ioyo aud affection of
any persop they choose instantly. 400 pages.
By mailed cents, Hunt & Co., 139 S. 7th St.,
Philadblpfiia.
~$5 to $20 per day at home. Samples worth I
SI free. Stinnon & Co., Portland, Maino.
A OENT<S, the greatest chance of the age*
X\. Address, with stump, National Copying
Co., Atlanta, Oa.
ADVERTISING IN
RELIGIOUS AND AGRICULTURAL
WEEKLIES,
lelWfltf?
BRKn FOR CUR CATAI.OaUK
ON T1IK LIST WAN.
For information, address
GEO. r. ROWELL & CO., 41 PARK ROW,
New York.
"advertising in
CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS
$i for 25 Cents.
8BK1) FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Oil the List l*tau.
For information, address
GEO. r HOWELL & CO., 41 PAHK HOW,
New York.
Agents Wanted For tlio
. ZZ A narrative of (lie oxploita, adtm
ventures and (ravels of WadWATTTT7
,uno L- J* VELASQUEZ, othcrHAAXXiili
wj8c known ns LT. IIARllY T.
BUFFoRD, 0- S. A. A True Southern
Heroine, Edited by C, J. woktiungton.
laic U. 8. Navy.
MADAME VELASQUEZ, dieguised as a
Confederate officor, participated iu a number
of the hardest fouglit bailies of the lato war,
and grcaiiy distinguished iiemvlf by tho cxIinordinary
valor she displayed. She also
distinguished herself as a
SPY AND SECRET SERVICE AGENT,
and on numerous occasions ran through tlic
Federal lin?? n??.l i
- - uuiuwcu niiuruiuiiou
of vital importance to tlio Confederate commanders.
Obtaining admission behind the
FOENKS AT WASHINGTON,
she established confidential rotations with
prominent Federal officials; was concevncd in
the great
BOND SWINDLE,
by which the United Statos Treasury suffered
I in mo ntmni m' ?- ---
- - .... una U1 uouurs; WlltJ ac- I
t ively engaged in blockade-riming, anil in
encouraging
| SUBSTITUTING AND BOUNTY FRAUDS,
i by which tlie work of recruiting the Federal
armies was so seriously impeded; and was
1 the heroine of a number of exploits even more
interesting than those of the bat lie field. It
also contains a history of her Mining on the
Pacific Slope, her Travels in Europe, South
America, and among the Mormons, Love,
j Courtship, Marriage, etc.
The above facts aro substantiated by leadinff
men hntli Knnili ??wi '
o ? nwiin WHO participated..
No book of such varied and intense
interest as the Woman in Hattle lias ever been
issued in America.
Agents wanted in every county in the
United States. Agents can tnnko more money
by canvassing for this book llian any others,
as it is the cheapest as well as the best selling
Agents' book ever published. The book
IS Ik nntflwn ? rtAA
? 0_ 1 uicr uuw ]>;igUS,
profusely illustrated. Wo print, biiul and
publish our own books; hcncc, can allow larg
er commissions than any other house. Seourc
your clioicc of territory at oncc. Address
Noiltlli'l'II I*Ul>liN]tlll? Co.
Gou. Pryor and Mitcii km, Strkkts.
ATLANTA, GEOKGIA.
Jnnfl, 1S70 18 8
FIX A Si S KTTL KM EXT,
NOTICIj is hereby fciven iliat application
hus been umde to 1, II. l'hilpot, Judge of
Probate for leave to make a Final Settlement
of the Kstate of B, II. Griflin, Senior, dc
censed, 011 Thursday, (lie ;!d day <if February
next, and to be iinully discharged as Admin*
islrators of said Estate. All persons holding
demands against 8aid Kstnto will present
tliein on or'beforo that iluy legally attested,
or tbeir claims will be debarred. Those indebted
to the Kstnte must also make payment
ou or before said day.
8. I). KKITH, )
J. A. a III PK IN, V Adm'rs.
J. C. (JKIFF1N, J
.Inn f. 1K7C 10 ' '
- jwiw JO *1
Notice !
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Pickens CouNTy.
KNOW all men by thoso presents, that
in accordance with an Act entitled
"An Act to provido for granting of certain
charters," approved tho thirtieth day of
February, one thousand eight huudi'ed and
seventy four, and our petition asking for a
charter; that Mathew Hendrioks and Jessio
Simmons, and their apgooiates aud succMsnrn
???
members of this <40olenoy Baptist Church/'
arc hovchy constituted and declared a body
politic and corporate, under tho namo and
stylo of the Oolenoy Baptist Ohurch of Pickens
County. Said corporation shall hare
power to purohase and hold real cstalo or
personal property, not exceeding in valuo
the sum of ? dollars; and to sell ntid
convey, or dispoae of tho same in mw man?>/?..
whatsoever; and by its corporate name tc
eno find be sued in any of the Courts of the
.State, and to make suoh rules and by-laws,
not repugnant, to the laws of tho land, as may
be doomed necessary; to make, use and keop
a common seal and the same at will to niter.
Given under iny hand and official seal, in
tho Clerk's oflice at l'iokens Court IIouso,
this tho day of In tho
year of our Lord one thousand nicrlit
and seventy -five, nnd in tho ome hundredth
year of tho Doolnralion of tho Indopcndancc
of America.
T ? S. D. KEITII, o.c.r.o
Dcc 28, 1876 17 ^ '
r^NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Iiw in! M Ms!
tm m m
I V*
THE undersigned would respectfully in- ^
form tho citizens of Emley Station and
surrounding country, that ho has just roturn*
ed from market, with a lot of
NEW GOODS,,:
Consisting of LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Jcons, Shirting, Flannels, Shawls, Ao.
? II HIT 1VI VI WUIMH, UIIUL'B, ll?ist V*|IV|
and everything usualy found in a Dry-gooda
storo.
A fine selection of choice family Groceiiev,
Candies, Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
Also, a lot of No. 1. Family Medicine#.
Hardware, Cutlery, Glass and Crockery-ware.
All cheap for cash or barter.
Highest prices paid for all kinds of Country
Produco.
Uespecfully,
S. BA8WELL,
Easlcy Station, A. & It. A. L. R. It.
Nov 25, 1875 13 3ni
NEW STORE, 1
KIOW OOODSt
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
??
Tlio undersigned liavo opened a Home in
Easley, near their Livery Stable, for tli# purposo
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Undor tlio Firm, nnrae and stylo of RICIIET
& WYATT. Tlicy guaranlco bottom prie??f
as tlicy intend selling strictly for cash. Git#
them a call.
II. A. RICIIEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Easley, Nov 22, 1875 13 If
Fi oralis
AT
EASLEY STATION, & C.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
call (he attention of my friends and the pub* m
ic generally, to the large and well selected
Stock of Goods
I have now in store. My stock comistg cf
Dll Y, FANCY k DRESS GOODS,
HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ^
HARD 1VA IiE,
GHOCEJiJES, AC.
All bought in person for this mnrket, t?l priec*
that can not bo cut under.
The Ladies will find my DRESS and
FANCY GOODS, especially united to their
wants, and Gentlemen in need of CLOTHING
of the laiest styles will Bavo mone* hv in
spooling my block.
liy strict attention lo business, Rail with
fairness to all, I hope (o continue to receire
the favors of the past.
M. W. FOKD.
- *
Fcrsons who nro due the firm of FORD b
MAUI,DIN 011 account, will plcaso settle csme
1st of November, as tho business of the old
firm must be closed.
M. W. FORD.
Oct I I 7 tf
Dealer In General Merchandise. 4
KASI.KY STATION, M.
OJNE AND ALL
That havo boon buying GOODS on m
c rod it during Lho yoar, will pleaso re*
tncmbor that tho undorsignod has con- *
eluded to ncccpt Cotton, Corn, Cur*
l'Oncy, or anything olso, to liquidate
tho Same?and will always bo found
at hit* Htoro, ready to wait on thorn,
cither to SETTLE or SELL MORB ^
GOODS vory cheap for tho CASII.
Finmr>ir\!-><->! - ? "
V.mw> m. nj IB UI1 1)11114
- -and I nood my money.
T. W. RUSSELL.
Easlcy Station, S. 0., Deo. 10, 1875.
NOTICE.
ALL tcftchorn in Pickens county are
horoby notifiod that tho Examining
Board will moot on the 8th day of
jiwiuuiy iiuao to oxanuno toaohorn
for tho Public Schools. Thoro will
bo. positively, no other oxaminatioa
till noxt Juno. Thoso, thorcforo,
who want to tonch must como forward
rwn <hn otift"" <1 n v. 41 ?'
v..~ .?v/v.?u ui niujr Will DO ae?
barred from rocoiving a cortifioato.
It. A. BO WEN,
School Coraissioner. 9
Doc. 1G 10 3fc,

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