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THE SENTINEL.
D, F, BIUDLEY, Editor and Froorietor.
Tfcnns oF Subscription.
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Advertising llntcs.
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square, of (9) nine lines, on lf.ss, for the
atBt insertion, and 60 oenta for each BiibseQQonl
insertion.
Contracts made for tiirkb, six or twelve
months, on favorablo terms.
Advertisements not having tho number of
insertions marked on them, will bo published
until forbid and oharged accordingly.
Those terms are so simple nny ohild may
understand them. Nine lines is a square?
one inch. In ovcry instance wo charge by
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ftdvorlisor may wish, and is charged by tho
space.
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ofsquaros they wish thuir advertisements
0 make.
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bonefltlod, will bear in mind that the
SENTINEL has a large and incroasing circulation,
and is taken by tho very class of
poraons whose trade they desiro.
PICKENS C. II., S. C.:
o
Thursday, Jan. 27, 1S7<?.
^ ag?. 1 . .. .
TVIifrtVl'ol
VU.iVOi/UUUVUVV.
Columuia, ?S. C., Jan. 22, 1876.
Dear Sentinel: Pursuant to adjournmotit,
tho Logislnluro ro. assembled on
Tuoaday the 18th inst., at 11 o'clock.
Tho roll was culled and a quorum announced.
Af'tor tho usual routine
business of tlio morning, tho Speaker
laid botorc tho llouso llio mcssftgo of
tho Govornor, vetoing tho Barnwells
Blackvillo bill. This was Lcalio's bonanza,
and ho obtained tho floor and
eonvmoncod ono of his tirades, pros
tondingly against tho voto, but really
against Democracy, Governor Cham*
borlain and ovorything elso not in
accordant with his peculiar viows,
. I ! . I ^ 1 ~
UUl u:u IIUl JMLCIXU illl' UU1UIU 11 U
yielded to Whippcr on a question of
privilcgo. Whippcr'e spccch, portions
of which was considered by tho public
pross too indcccnt for publication,
was ho said, in vindication of his character
and against Governor Chamberlain
hb a man, and tlio Charleston
Mows and Courier. I will not attempt
to givo an oullino or synopsis
ot tho spooch, but suflico it to ?ny
that it wan in keeping with tho character
of tho man?low, vulgar and indocont.
LoBlio resumod tho floor, finished
his tirado, whon a voto was had, and
tho voto sustained, by 70 to 22.
A bill to bar dower during coverturo
has boon dofoated in tho IIouso
and a bill (Col. Bowon'p) to rogulato
marriago by liconso has been defeated
in tho Sonato. This is about all ol
any iinportanco that 1ms boon dono
sinco tho roccss.
Tho .Uouho adjourned over Irom
Friday to Monday, and many of tho
members have gonosome. The pros**
a - r _i- - * -
jjuciB ior a long session at inis timo,
aro very good.
Indisposition must bo my oxcuso for
a short lottcr, which, porhops is tho
host foaturc of it. B.
8&y Tlio rocont doclino in tho prioo
ui cotion mi on i (i causo every iarmor
to consider with hiinsolf seriously tho
impropriety of planting cotton oxtoiiv
si vol}', and tlio disadvantages resulting
therefrom. Wo liopo tho intelli*
gont farmorH of Pickens will canvass
this subject thoroughly, and not he
loml off by the expectation of becoming
Huddonly rich in tbo too exclusive
culluro ol cotton. Tho argumontfi
against such a cout'Ho need not horo
l?o given. Thoy nro numerous, and
every intolligont and unprejudiced
fanner can not fail to sco thorn on all
ui/i?u ~ I-..- ! -*
uivaurc limwU I1U IVIIUWM tllUIIl. JiUb
not tho visions of "groon hacks" haunt
your imagination into Iho holiof that
tho culliiro of cotton is tho "sine qua
nan" of succcas in farming. Thero is
no fi'.lioy, for our country at loast,
grcator than this.
4 ^ ?
BgT 11 i? staled that thero aro nine
hundred eases on tho calandor of the
Supreme Court of tlio United Hi.ntos
extending back for fivo yours. This
Court is becoming like tho English
Court of Chaneory, from which cases
nover get out when they onco get in.
If ono cano a day wero tried, it would
i fll^ A I I r\ I l? ^ '
VIMVU jiiim u; l/IVUI tnu UUUKUlf,
l>ut wo all know llio leisurely way
business is disposed of, and threo times
tliroo years would not sulllco to disytoso
ol all the old eases lo say nothing
of tl 10 now ones constantly coming '
- - o
in.
&a," (JUuh. ()'(Jonor conn-dora danger
uud is improving rapidly.
An Apology.
Mr. Klliott submitted n lottor from
Mr. Ulackirtun, which was as follows:
GKNTIiKMBtt OF THK IIOUSB OF REPRESENTATIVES.?In
order to bo roadmittod
to tbo privilogos of iho IIouso,
as reportor for tho Charloston Nows
and Courier, I am informod that you
rooniro an nnolot?v tor <?ortain Ian
* "i nj
guago usod by mo in a lottor dalod
Docombor last. I am ohnrgod with
accusing certain mombors of your
honorablo body will) jobbing, oorrupt
practico, &c. I did mako such a chargo
it is truo and I am sorry for it
llospoct fully,
T ir i M *
u. xv,
Tho objcctionnblo sontonco in tho
letter that acomod to insult tbo Ilouso
was: "I did mako such a ohnrgo, it is
true, and I am sorry for it." If tho
sontonco was puneluatod as this is,
thero could cortaiuly bo no objection
or even misunderstanding in roforonco
i to tho anolocv. If. howevor. it hud
been punctuated thus: "I did mnlco
8Ueb a, charge; is true, and 1 am sorry
for it," then that pure and honest body
could havo ropollod tho ro iteration
of the insult with sotno show of reason.
Ono ol thorn, Mr. Bampflold. had
hoard of this samo sontcnco boing
nlaved off upon tho English l'arlias
ment, but did not know sufficiently
of tho matter and circtimstaneos, to
know whether tho lottor was in good
faith or a trap set to got tho IIouso to
readmit Mr. B., not only without any
apology, but whilo ro iterating tho
samo chargo in tho vory faeo of tho
IIoubo. A simplo transfer of tho
comma and semicolon makes a com
pleto chango of moaning, and no
doubt it was tho intontion of Mr. B.
to roo that this transfer was mado
when it como to tho printer. Thon
lio would havo had 'em. Thoy, howover,
being in doubt of its meaning
and having heard that tho English
Parliament was onco fooled by this
samo eontenco, though without know*
ing its moaning, determined to rejeot
Mr. li's lotl.or of nnolnov.
? , Soventy-fivo
German immigrants
celebrated New Year's at Mr.
Cray ton's plantation in Anderson
County. M?\ Cray ton has been very
successful with thoso immigrants and
t.hnv fii'O. mno.h nl.t f\o.hi>rl in liim
Wo liopo enough Gormans will immigrnto
to Anderson to keep tho na~
tives from returning Cochran to the
Senato at the next election. Cochran
haR fooled them for many years, and
how long ho may continuo to do ho
and voto for Whipper. Moses and
Wiggins, wo cannot predict.
Wo tiro sorry to lourn from the
Greoirvillo Mows, tlmt Dr. Miles, roccntly
of Pickens, but now of Greonvillo,
was bitten by a dog when making
a professional call. We hope the
bito ia not a sorious one, although we
havo always considered this dog biting
business qui to ft sorious thing, bo
caimo of tho hydrophobia it may contain.
"Tho hair of tho dog is ?aid to
bo good for tho bito," but wo Huspoct
tho Dr. will hardly try thi? romody.
tfzif Whippor'a indocont hara..^ .0
in tho IIouho might bo justly charactorizcd
as a doublo distilled quintosBcnco
of "Hlirno and black guardism."
It is jufit such a tirade of indoconcy as
any one would cxpcct from a drun
kui'u, u gumuiur, miu mi ignoramuH.
Ivnoxvim.k, Tenn., Jan. 21.?Tho
lilno Jlidgo Railroad Convention mot
yostcrday. Dolcgal.cs from South
Carolina, North Carolina, Goorgia and
Tonnoftoo, wore present. Itob't A.
Thompson, of South Carolina, was
mado Prosidont, and Dr. Lenoir and
\(nni/< a .inn i? mi..
jvttijwi iiiv,iiuuu y iLWi. i unmuiun. .1 11 u
proceedings wcro harmonious and
highly favorable to tho completion of
tho 151 uo Jtidgo .Railroad. An adjourn,
od mooting of tho Convention will bo
held at Anderson, S.. CJ.,on March .'>0,
1870.
?
Monic Jury Manipulation.?Judgo
Rood ban oponed up an "irrogulm ity"
in tho drawing of jurios for Ornngos
l?iirg county, nays thoColumbia Union
Herald, 'i'lio Jury Commisflionor, in^
Btcftd of proHorving tho list from
which ho drew tho juries for Lho term
dostrovod it. thns rondorintr it imnos*
/ / O i
sihlo to nscortain wbothor or not fraud
had hocn practiced in tho drawing.
Tho fact that, a jury list is missing
would seem to us "prima facio" ovidonco
of fraud. Wo havo no doubt
out tllilt 21 IIttlU ill tUIl LMIIl to tliu H1HJ?
j(!Ct in till tho couytics in tho State
would do good. Wo auggosl to tho
judges that tlicy hnvo hitherto hoon
o truthful. Tho (Jovornor has removed
tho Ornngoburg ofliclnl.
Free SchoolsFrom
the annual report of tlio Stftto i
Suporintondant of Education, for tho 1
Rcholastio yoar ending 30tn Juno,
1875, si\y8 tiio Marion Star, wo gloan
tho follow'.lit? itoma of statistical in*
o - -
formation: 1
Population of tho State, according
to tho Unitod Stales census of 1870:
Colored, 415,814; whito 289,007; Indians,
124;Chincso, 1; total population
705,000.
Tho Stato consus of 1875 trivos nn
ontiro population of 925,145, an incroaso
sinco 1870 of ovor 31 per eont!
Scholastic population: Colcrod, 153,
098; whito, 85,566?total, 239,264, an
incroaso ninco I860 of 42,085, or upwards
of 21 por cent.
Numbor of school districts, 328.
Numbor of frco common schools.
2,580, ni? incronso irora last year of
227.
I School attendance: Colorod, 93,415;
white, 47,001,410, un iticroaso of
5,G78. .
Tho school atlondanco is 47 per
cent, of tho scholastic population.
Toachors cmployod: "YVhito, 1,87G;
j colorod, 970; total, 2,855; incrcaso ol
228.
Avoraco monthly wacres naid to
w / o
teachers of cach acx: ISIalo, ?31.01;
female, 821).2 L.
Number of pupils studying each of
tho branchos taught: Alphabet, 13,035;
spoiling, 83,730; reading, 05,382,
writing, -13,003; mental arithmetic,
32,308; wiitton arithnflbtie, 30,172;
09.Q? Wnr*1iali rtMAmmnM
?*>""&""I'"J y MuguBu gimiiiiini)
15,407; history of tho United States,
12,574; highor branches 2,752.
Avorago number of months tho freo
common schools wore in session during
tho year, lour and a half, or ono
half month loss than last yoar.
Numbor of school houses roportcd,
2,347?118 of which wcro orcctod
uurmg mo yoar, ai a cost oi ia,48l>.35.
Throo hundred and forty flvo
school housos woro rented, at a coat
of $6,869.43.
.School revenue, fiscal year ending
October yl, 1875: .State school nppros
prifUien, ?210,000; proceeds of poll
tax, 803,413.-12; local or school district
taxes, ?130,721.17} otlior souroos, ins
eluding unoxpondcil balances, 855,378.10?total
8 lt>9,542.75 School ex~
pendituros, scholastic year onding
Juno 30, 1875, $-120,500.99.
The amount of money estimated as
accessary to curry on Hie froo com.
: mon schools for the year 1870, for a
I lint'irwl nf tiiv rvt Anl Ka If AAA
t v~ ...W..V..O, .O V"VV,UW.
Tho total amount of money ex
ponded for freo common purposes for
tho year onding Juno 30 was $420,462.99,
or about three dollars and
oighty six conts for oach pupil attending
sehool?forty two conts per pupil
less than last voar.
<*>
Bioy-The debato on tho amnesty
bill throatcncd to be tho boeinnimr of
C? O - - j
a troublosomo and dangerous stato of
things. IL hurt turned out to bo only
tho ond of Mr. Blaino as a political
leador. "Tho toars livo in an onion
that should water this sorrow." All
tho blustor that Mr. Blaino could
summon did not sorvo to conceal his
consciousness that ho wa.s boaton.
Tiie National Democratic Com-*
.mittkk.?ji meoung oi mo iNationai
Democratic Committco will be bold at
Willard's Ilotol in Washington on
February 22, at 12 M.,at which mooting
a call will bo issued for holding a
National Democratic Convontion to
nominato candidates for President and
Vico-IVosident of tho United Stales.
4 +
Slaughtered.?About noon j'esterday,
says tho Augusta Constitutional
,Ht of the 21st., Charles Churchill, a
plantor of Jlolly wood, on Iho lino of
tlio Central Railroad was informed
that two negroes were robbing his
corn houso. Mr. Churchid armed
himself with a double barrelled shot
gun and proceeded to the corn houso
uiiu kiiuuu vii vuu mnivua id Biinuimcr,
when ono of them levelled a gun ho
had at Mr. Churchill, whon tho latter
fired at him and killed tho negro instantly.
Mr. Churchill alwo firod his
second barrel at tho other darkey, and
woundod him ulii/hlIv.
Nkw Orleans. January 21?Tho
Troasury agont who is investigating
allogod whiskey frauds refuses to givo
tho result of his investigation, and
consequently tho reports as to what
has been dono, and who is implicated
ure wiiiioiil ioniiuiii/i011, i no impros8'On
oxistH that tlioro was no whiskey
ring hero.
/S'avannah, January 22.?Hon. Goo
JL. I'endleton^was serenaded hero to
night, and addressed an immense
concourso of citizons from Puiiaki
IIoiiho. ft was the largest gnthoring
lioro Hinco the end of tlio war.
t&ssr* wmlo (!ia hnnrf. ia am Um 1/^fl I
Bido of the body, it is on tho right Bido
of humanity, on tho Bido of morey,
politonoss, rofinomont, sympathy)
noighborly kidnoss, and good will to
nil; poaoo, truth, Bobrioty and good
ord or.
Fairly Balanced.? fbo Washington
Ropublican gots off tbo following,
which has tho morit of boing without
bittornoBs:
"Ex^Confodorato Yioo Prosidont
Stopbons is chairman of tho commit*
tQO on Weights and Moaeuros. Wo
havo no fear of tho old gontloman's
woight, but his moasnros havo not
always proved to bo harmloss."
CoiiMiiiiipton Cnreil,
An oiu pnysieian, retired from active practico,
having had placed in his hands by an
East India Missionary tho formula of a simple
Vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent
euro of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrln
Asthma and all Throat and Lurig affections*
also a Positive and Radical Cure for Nervous
Debility and Nervous Complaints, after hav- j
ing thoroughly tostod its wonderful curative j
powers in thousands of cases, feels it his duty
to make it known to his Buffering fellows. Actuated
by this motive, and a consoiontious desire
to reliovc human suffering, ho will send
(free of charge) to all who desiro it, this rocope,
with full directions for preparing and
successfully using. Sont by roturn mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
Dr. W. C. Stkvkns,
Munroe Block, Syracuse, N. Y.
Milling Notice
I WILL send my Wngon (o any rcsidcnco
within lire incorporate limits, c*ery Tuesday
Morning, to get tlieir Corn and carry it ?
to tho Mill and return it free of charge, if
persons will inform me previous to each
Tuesday to do so. .7. C. GRIFFIN.
Jan 2.1, 1870 21 8
USUTQ! PEABODT SCHOOL,
.NINE TIMES, S. C.
mi!E presnnt ?oH?ion of the nbovc Schoo'
JL opened January 3d, 187G, and will continue
therefrom the scholastic yonr.
Terms of tuition per session of ten months.
For Primary Department, $4 00
For Intermediate Department, 6 00
For Advanced Department, 7 50
Board in the best of families can 4je had at
from five to seven dollars per month. No deduction
made for lost time, except in cases of
protracted sickness. No student admitted
into tho school, except by subscription.
For further particulars, address the l'rin
cipal at Nine Times.
J NO. O- WALLACE.
Jan 27, 1870 21 Cm |
... .0 ....
ARRI\ Kd nnd rcft<ly for delivery, 100
barrels LIME.
AND
r OA 11 t /in <-. .r . - - ? _
uuu uAua UUANU. For Bale by
K. K. HOLCOMBK k SON.
Easlcy, 8. C., Jan. 27, 1870 21 if
Notice.
ALL persons indebted to Iho undersigned
are respectfully requested to call and settle,
ylll accounts not paid before tho 16th February
will bo placed in tho hands of an officer
for collection.
Wo must have money to settlo up our own
indebtedness.
PnT /irn ?. vniimn.1"" i
* v^ui^iv oi, 11?i TT DCjUIVI .
Jan 27 1875, 21 tf.
OEO, WILLIAMS ?fc < o's
CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
Til KB 11A DL E Y'S PA TEST PER TIL IZKIl
AND
THE PALMETTO SOLUBLE ACID
ruosriiA te,
Have been used by (he Planters of tho South
for Ten (10) Years with nintchlecs bucccss.
They scarcely need encomiums to recommend
j their continued use. Tho standard of llioir
I excellencies guaranteed, and thoir results
prove BEYOND QUESTION that EVERY
PLANTER who is alivo to II IS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER PER.
TILIZCR.
JIAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
.Agents nt Piekona, S. C.
JIUDumS & BOLT,
A^cntH ul'Esloy Station, 8. C.
Jan 27, 1870 21 8m
STONO PHOSPHATE CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SLUIJLE GUANO, (Available Bono I'hos-1
pliatc of Lirnc, 18.66 pur cunt. Ammonia, j
8.14 per cent.) April 1st, $-10; November 1st,,
$68. Oollon optional?Middlings at 16 cents.
$06.
AK1L) PHOSPHATE, (Availablo Hone
Phosphate of Lime, 22.83 per cont.) April
1st, $30; November 1st, $36. Cotton optional.
$46.
Special ratCB to Oranges on cash orders.
tor particulars, apply to
J3. (J. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, 8. C.,
Or to
1IAGOOD ALEXANDER,
J'ickons, S. 0.
I) 1.1 r. AT riAirnn
IV. ill.
Eixsloy, S. C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
S?noo?i City, S. C.
Jan 27, 1*70 21 Bin
jISsL: * 4$^'
I 1I
jajjp ..sffla & iu
MARRIED, on tho 18th instant, nt the resident}*)
of tbo brido's father, by J. 1). Sutlior*
land, Esq., Mn. NATHANIEL II. JONES to
Miss MALISS/i C. TU/1INUM?both of
l'iokens.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
#^DQMESTIC
cwfvgam. sewinc
(f Bjjp J MACHINES.
3/ Tcrms^o^Kxw^1B?V4/
Mpcnmca oFevery d08
criptlon.
"DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHION8.
The Beit Pattern* mud*. BrndScU. for Catalogue.
Addroso DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.
Aoemts ffjiim. -?* NEW YORK.
d>1 ft ft day allionio. Agonls wanted. Outfit
and IcriDB free. Tru? & Co*, Au*
guutu, Maine.
? * i
ASTONISH INO X
"Yet forty days, and Nincvah shall bo orcrIhrown."
Future events pre phecied by rules
in licnner's Prophetjo Book. Fortunes forcJnlll
ill llmon. n...l ?< : f-._ t. -
,v? o.v u|>u uuu uvnuo ui jji iuun iur mw
next twenty years; the futuro judged by tlio
past. What years to make money on pig-ion,
hogs, corn, provisions,, cotton, and when we
will have tlie next panic, what year hard
times will end and business revive again.?
Every farmer, manufacturer, legitimate trader
and speculator should have this book to
know tho future, bo as to avoid loss and bo
successful. Sent to any name, post paid, for
$1. Address SAMUEL 11ENNEH, Hainbridgo,
ltoss County, O.
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SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By viitrtik of an order from I. H. Philpot,
Judge of Probate, Pickens C. H., 8. C1
will sell to the highest bidder, at Pickens C.
II., on Salt-day in February, next, that desirable
House and Lot situated at tho East end of
Main Street, containing Ono-half aero more
or less.
TERMS: ONB-TIIIRD Cash, tho balanco
on twelve monthscrcdit with nolo and two approved
Securites, with intcrst from date.
W. A. LESLEY,
Guardian.
Jan. 20,1870, 20 3
i ^ '
Pickens Prices Current*
OOHllKUTKIt WKKKI.Y 1JY W. T. M'kAI.L.
Cotton ]>er pound, packcd. 11J(?) 11 ;j
Cotton per pound, seed, 4c
Uncoil per pound, 10}
I.aid per pound, 20c
l'ork per pound, 10c
Corn iter bushel. 7r"*
Wheat per bushel, $1.60
Flour per barrel, $8(jft$10
Apples, Dried, por bushed. $1.00
Apples, (JreeiK per bushol, $1.00
Peas por bushel 90o
Butter per pound, 15?20o
Beof per pound, - 6(QGo
Beeswax, per pound, 26c
Tallow, per pound, OJc
Chickens, per head, 16o
Hides, Dried por pound, ]2Jo
Hides, Greon, por ponnd, <io
I ?v
r,KKBt l":r "ozcn, llijc
1'inderB, per bushel, 51 ."0
Feathers, per pound, 60o
Wool, per pound, 40o
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Administrator's Sals.
o 1
BV virtuo of an order from 1. II. Philpot,
Judge of Probate, I will sell to thehigh.
eei Diuuer, at jl'iokbds u. 11. a. u., ror cast),
00 the 7th day of Frebuary, 1870, and continue
from day to day untill the entire stock ^
of Merohartdiiio, now on hand, belonging to
tho Estate of Jaroes M. MoFall, deceased,
is disposed of, csnsisting of a corapleto M<
sortinent of
BOOTS AND SHOES; w
Hots and Caps;
fh.iLw...
uniuniuu nuu vuhcijj
Groceries;
Pry and Fnnoy Goods;
And, every .other article to bo found In a
first class country Btoro.
W. T. MoFALL, Adm'r.
Jan 13, 1875 19 . 3 **
I^IMA DIAMIMIiam fm dalaf
nus iwuwmiu tut' waiy
^ #DESIROUS
to cliango th<S investment, 1
will sell at I'rivato Salo a VALUABLE
TRACT OF LAND, in tlio County of Pickentf,
on Brushy Creek, within two miles of Easloy
Station, Atlanta and Richmond Air Lin*
Railway, and containing Seven Hundred
Acres, On this tract is a good TANNERY,
and a suitable site for a Grist. Mill?both of
which have been erected on tho placo. Good
Dwelling and Out-houses, Tenants' Houses.
About eeventy-five acres of Bottom Land, and
Two Hundred norcn of fino Uplands, opened; t
bnlanec finely timbered and in the woods.
Tkkms?0no-half cash, balanoo in twelve
months, with interest at 10 per cent, secured
by mortgngo of premises. For further par*
ticulars, apply to J. W. GllAY, Esq., Green*
ville, S. C.
Jan 13, 187G 19 4
TV t x r r o '-n tr-* ?
INH V V SI UKJb,
NEW OOODSX
AT EASLEY STATION, S. O.
The undersigned Jiavo opened a IIous* ia
Klifilnv. tinnr llif?5r T.ivfli'w QinKU ?
pose of conducting a fancy and heavy *
GROCERY BUSINESS. t
Under tho Firm, narao and style of RICIIBY
&WYATT. Tlicy guarantee bottom prioaa,
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Git#
them a call.
IF. A. RICIIEY,
A. 0. WYATT.
Euslcy, Nov 22,1876 13 If ^
FULL I WINTER 50?
AT
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
I WOULD KKSPEGTPUIiLT
call I lie attention of my friends nnd the pab.
ic generally, to the large and well ueleoUd
~r ? i -
vJlUUR U1 ^jrOOUS
i
I have now in store. My slock con?Uts if
DRY, FANCY k DRESS GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
nr\f\'P C A ~\T T\ OTfrtnr.
HARD IVA IIE,
GROCERIES, kCX ,
All bought in person for this market, ?t price* r
tlint can noi bo cut uuuci'.
Tho Ladies will find my DRESS ?ndl
FANCY GOODS, OBpccially suited to their
wants, and Qontlcmcn in need of CLOTHINO
of the latest styles will save money by in
">J oIUU?.
lly strict Attention to business, nnd with
fairness to all, I hope to oontiaue to reoeiv*
tlio favors of the past.
M. W. FOKD.
Persons who arc duo tho firm of FOUD A
MAULDIN on account, will please settle same
1st of November, nv tho husiuess of the old
firm must bo closed.
M. \V. FOUD. ?
Oct 14 7 tf
nUR ?w*a iWto **< ?
Scaler In General Mercbandiie.
U.INI,KY HTATICtX, H. V.
, I
ON IT1, A Nil ATT.
I i ,m.^A jk_j_ * .m.-'- J ? J 4
That havo boon buying UOOD3 on ft ^
crodit during tho yoar, will ploaso re*
mombor that tho undoreignod has conoludod
toaccopt Cotton? Corn, Car*
roncy) or anything olso, to liquidate
tho Nanm?and will (llumooKA
I? ?J W WW IVUIIU
at his storo, roady to wait- on them,
either to SETTLE or SELL MORB
GOODS vory clioap lor the CASH. , n
Itfllinnm lim< Pmw !* ??' '? ???
? V...v..wvi m. ??j mw %y ID Ull mum
- -and 1 nood my monoy.
T. W. RUSSELL.
Knrtloy Station, S. C., Poo. 16, 1876,

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