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LOCAL ITEMS.
^Rontion is called to tbo ndVortisc
monl of Cely & Broth or in anothor
cokjYian.
?W& Would call the attention of our
r^i^irQito the advertisement of MrSullivan,
in reference to the salo of
Tq^U lote.^.
I ^
Order your seed, both floral and
vegetable, frora Jarucs Vick, Esq.,
7toc}ifl?tftl' Now Ynrk. TTiuaooMa nra
fresh. Now is tho time to make out
your orders as seed timo will now
800D be hero. Wo omitted to call
attention to his advertisement in our
laat week's issuo. Ho has a complete
afitfoffment of flower and vegetablo
seeds.
> <> ^....
Out Town Council is bogining to
bo in earnest in roforonco to punishing
drankonness and and disorderly
oondu-'.t withiu the town. Two drunkop.
and disorderly" porsons woro put
in tho calftbooso last wook, and cnch
xs i ac ir ? .? -
nnu jtvoop on gonnomon ot tlio
Counnil and do your duty. You liavo
? law and tlio sympathy of all good
cittaont on your eido. Teach tho lesson
that tlioso who will havo thoir
fun by disorderly conduct and drunkenness,
to tho annoyanco of all cood
citieons, mnst pay tho "fiddler.'*
*.<> , , +
Although tho woathor was inclement,
thoro was a largo attondanco of
r- pooplo in town on saloday. Ono tract
of lund anly was sold?a traot of 140
ncroB, being tho homostcad sot oft' to
Mr. Couch. It brought only 8600?a
place paid to bo worth ?2,000. The
Administrator, Mr. \V. T. MoFall,
sold tbo ontiro merchandise of his
brother, James M. McFnll, deceased,
# at public outcry on saloduy. Most
ot tho onliro stock was purchasod byMr.
W. T. McFulli, who will continuo
business at tho sumo stand.
I ^ I
177 0 and 387G.?What changos
liavo t??ken placo in that period? In
none have thoy boon moro radical ilian
in tho trcatmont of diseases. In llio
oldon timo, nature, prostrato with
pain and suffering, was attackod with
tho lancot, calomel, blisters, starva
tion and thirst. All this was dono
with honest intentions but with torrH)lo'rosuIts.
It ia a pleasing fact that
thq enlightened public of the present
d*v huvo discarded wuch medication,
t'he disorders that sap tho powers of
1K<* aro now oxpellcd by remedial
agents, that brace un tho vital btron?.
gtl?, while running its courso. The
L quftl'licfl aro found in an eminent dogrco
in Dr. Tutt's Vogotablo Liver
PiJle. Thoy havo boccme celebrated
ovor ft wide extent of tho globo as the
B*fest and gentlost romodial agent
ever offered to suffering humanity,
and it is not tho result of nowapapor
puffing, but tho groat morit of tho
medicino itaolf.
Will You Believo It^
Woman's Best FniBNo:?To relievo tho
aoliing heart of woman and bring joy wlicro
sorrow reigued supreme, Is a mission beforo
which tho smiles of kings dwindlo into ntter
in*igft!ficnnce. To do this is tho peculiar
provinco of Dr. J. Bradfiold's Fcmalo Regulator;
which from tho numborloss cures it has
accomplished. is appropriately styled Wo*
man's Best Friend. Tho distressing complaint
known as the "whites," ami tho varions
irregularities of tho womb, to whioh woman
is subject disappear like magio before a single
> bottlO of this wonderful compound. It is
prepared by L, II. Bradfiold, Druggist, Atlanta,
Ga., and sold at $1.60 per bottle by respectable
Drug men everywhere. Physicians
proscribe it. Its action is prompt, sure and
deoisWo.
XT T> - a T * ? lit
nun iu jrcricoi' ueniif),
No^r Mabibtta, Oft., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. Wm. Hoot & Sons.?Geutlemon:
Soma months ago I bought a bottle of llradfiold's
Pcmalo Regulator from you, and havo
used it in my family with tho utinoBt satisfaction,
and have recommended it to three
other families and thoy liavo found it just
' what it is recommended. Tho foinales who
hare used your Regulator ore (tow in perfect
health, and are able to attend to their household
duties, and We cordially recommend it
io.ifce public. Yours respectfully,
Kov H. 11. Johnson.
oaw o rta
cvu o 4
m_! 1.-jjwjl-jl.j. - -'i'.llj
MIEUIFI'M NALEN.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
Counts of Piokrns.
|>y yirluo of ftn execution to mo directed,
J|J> I will sol I boforo tho Oonrt House door,
in rionoiiH \j. ii., on Hftlcday in March noxt,
the following property, Tie:
One Hundred acres moro Icrh, situate in
Piciwn* County, on Weaver's Creek, wators
of Oolenoy Ilivor, adjoining lands of
Levied on as tho property of Lemuol A. Howard,
vs. W. 8. Kirksoy, Adminfstrator of
J?m?B Koith, deceased.
ALSO,
Eighly-threo aorcs moro or loss, situate in
Piokons County, on Kcoweo Iiiver, adjoining
lands of ? ?
, MV*?vuuu nn tug jiroportv
of Janiei ^A. Moor, at Ibo^suit of W. J.
Flovlo,
'TBaaIS CASII. PurohfMorB lo pay extra
for pftpMB.
J. RILEY FERGUSON, s.r.o.
Fob 10, 1870 M i
i
iN JO\y AD VELITIS ?M IONT3.
STOKO PHOSPHATE C 0-,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
, 6LCBLE OUANO. fAVlulahlft llnnn Phn?.
plmto of Lime, 18.5& por cent. Ammonia,
8.14 por cont.) April 1st, $40; Novembor l8t,
$53. Cotton optional?Middlings at 15 cents.
, $05.
ARID PHOSVrtATE, (Availablo Bone
Pkosphato of Limo, 22.88 pel1 cont.) April
1st, $30; November 1st, $35. Cotton optional.
$45.
Speoial rates to Oranges on cash orders.
For particulars, apply to
E. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, 0.,
Or to *
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
Pickens, S. C.
R. E. HOLCOMBE,
Easloy, S. C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON.
Sonocsi City, S. G.
Jat) 27, 187G 21 3m
?KO, WILLIAMS ?fc Co's
CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
THE nil A DI. E rs PA tent feu tilizer
AND
THE PALMETTO SOLUBLE ACID
rnosriiArn,
Havo boon used by (ho Planters of tho South
for Ten (10) Years with niatchlces success.
They scarooly need cneotniums to recommend
their continued uao. Tho standard of thoir
excclloncies guaranteed, and tlieir results
provo BEYOND QUESTION that EVERY
PLANTER who is alivo to HIS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER FERTILIZER.
UAUUUD & ALEXANDER,
Agonts fit Piokcns, S. C.
1IUDUENS K BOLT,
Agents at Esloy Station, S. C.
Jan 27, 1870 21 3m
E. J. POTTER, M. D.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
GRADUATE of a rognlar chartered sellool.
Tiic Dr. will respond to all calls with
dispatch. All cases strictly confidential.
Private diseases treated in all their varied
forms, with the orroro of youth and the dis?
eases of women and children.
Jau 0, 1870 18 3m
Nfnl ir p 1
JL 1 A -V_> V>
ALL persons having demands against the
. Estate ol F. N. Garvin, deceased, since
the 1st October, 1800, at which time he made
an assignment to (i. W. Kankin, will please
present the same to the undersigned or I. II.
I'hilnot. on or by the 15th day of March,
notf. lirnnni lu mv?vi?n .ln<l nil uoi'HoliM ill
debtcd to the a:vmc v/i 11 pleaso conto forward
and settle, or their notes asul accounts will
beplacod iu llio hands of an oiliocr for collection.
F. L. G-1HVIN,
Kxecntor.
Feb 3, lfiTt) 22 4.
"It T
INotice.
A f,L persons indebted to tho undersigned
arc respectfully requested to cull and settle,
-i-lll accounts not paid before the 15th February
will bu plnood in the bauds of an ollicor
for collection.
?? v 111 urn* luivc uiuuuy iu hihuc up our own
indebtedness.
FOLOER & NEWBERRY.
Jan 27 1875, 21 tf.
IjXUI1AL NOTICE:*.
STATF OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Pickens County.
IN PUOIJATE COUJtT.
An/lrow -T (^ntlivnn Pittlni;!? o*">?nu? WSllSnm
J Cothran, Joseph \V Cothran, lionjamin
F Cothran, Martha U Cothran, Eliza Cothran,
Mahala Suttles, Mary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jano Durham, Ilcbecca McKiuoy,
Thompson W Tolloson, and all per*
sons or owners, having or claiming to have
any interest in the prctnisoa sought to Ijo
j>artitioncd in this action, Defendants.
Copy of Summons.
Pclition and Complaint for Partition of Ileal
Estate, &c.
To William J Cothran, Jo3cpli W Cothran*
Benjamin FCothran, Martha K Cothran, Eliza"
Colli ran, Malialla Buttles, J/ary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jane Durham, Rebecca MoKiuey,
Thompson W Tollcson, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming to have any
interest in tho premises sought to be partitiomxl
ill lli'mnftimi locrnl linirn roDn?uon.
tativos and assignees of Hainuol \V Cothran
deceased, who dicil iiit est at o:
You aro hereby required to appear at tho
Court of Probate to bo holden at Pickens
Court House on Friday the 7th day of /Ipril
next, at 11 o'clock a. m., for Pickens County,
to show causo, if any you can, why tho Heal
Estate of Samuel W. Cothran, deceased, des.
cribed in tho Petition and Complaint of An*
ilrow J.Cothran, tilo?l in my ollice, should
not bo divided or Hold, allotting to iho said
Andrew J. Cothran, one undivided seventieth
of tiio whole, and to each of the Defendants
above named, whatever portion of tho samo,
they may legally bo entitled to receive.
Given under my hand and seal of offlco at
Pickens Court House, this tho 26th day of
January A, D. 1870.
I. If. I'll 11,POT, J.r.r.o.
C, L. ROLLINGS WORTH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
J fin 20, 1H7C. 22 0
flarle, Wells & Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an office at Pickens 0.
II., 8. C., will attend promptly to all business
left witli G. W. Taylor who may he always
found at their office at l'ickons 0. If., 8. O,
One of the senior partners will always bo
present at tho Courts to assist with the businoss.
W. B. EAttLB, \
n 11 wI'l l m f 11 u' niAVirtii
VI. v?. f w. II. ia?
Orconvillo, 8. C. Piokcns, 8. 0.
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
A/l'TOUXJUY AT I,AW,
KLENViULE C, H? i. C,
Prncticoa in Courts of Pickons
County, and in United States Courts
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS^
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AN1) I ASSURB
you that I
Will
Prove (o all, that I havo as good and cheap
lot of Confcctiond aa any to bo found, and
there ia
Not
A man who can beat my Stock of Canttod
Goods. Besides the abovo, I have purchased
a stove, and a nico Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can y
R e
Had at any time, provided I am not
Elected
Intcndant, in which case you might,
A g a i n,
Have to fta homo lillnrrrtr n ?,1 1
Q ?..v. ...uuujr 1UB3,
But
Iloping tio sucli missforfunc awaits me, I
cordially iuvito nil my hungry friends to give
me n call, and I
W i 1 1
V V 111
Appease (heir hunger on short notico and at
low figures, as my objeot is to live and lot
Live in
These hard times. Dont forgot to call on J.
It. QLAZGNBK, who can be found in tho Post
Office at
Easley Station.
Dcc 2, 1876 1 4 tf
A No. 8 Stove
FOR $18.00.
rpiIE host and handsomest No. 8 STOVE in
JL tho market for SI8.00, with 25 pieces.
Ham boiler included, and not a Muffin King
or Patty Fan, among tho number. How is
that for low.
N. F- BURGESS & CO.
Greenville, S. C., Dec. '23, 17 4
Wanted!
Everybody who read the Skntinhl
to know that
Hcndricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION.
A well eclcctod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which tliey will
sell as eI?oai? as tho cheapost, consisting
in part of
BACON and LAUD,
SUGAR and CO F FEE,
FLOUIt and MO LASS ES,
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CRACKERS,
CANDY, EISII, TOBACCO, &c.,&c.
Woolon and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Iiats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per vard
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customors for past
patronage, tliey solicit a continuance
of tho same, and cordially invito
ALL wlio conic to Eusley Station to
f ivn 111(Mil n. null
r ~ ~ " "
VICK'S
I SLOWER nnd Vegotablo Seeds aro tho bost
the tvorhl produces. Tho aro planted by
ii million pooplo lti Ainorica, and tho result is
bcftutiful Flowers nnd splendid Vegitftbles.
A Priced Catalogue sent free to all who ens
close tho postage?a 2 cent stamp.
VICIC'H Floral and Vegetable Garden is the
most beautiful of tho kind in tho werld. It
contains nearly 150 pages, hundreds of fino
illustrations, and fonrChromo Plates of Flowers,
beautifully drawn and colored from natnro.
Price 35 cents in paper covers: 66 cts
bound in elegant cloth.
V ICK'S Floral Unido. This is a bcaotiful
Quarterly Journal, finely illustrated, anil containing
an elegant colored Frontispieco with
mu nrm numncr. rrico only Zd cents for the
year. Tho first numbor for 187G just issued.
Address JAMES VLOK, Uochestor, N. Y.
J fin 27, 1870 21 8
fl-'IXAIi NKTTIiEMEffT.
APPLICATION has been mndo to I. II.
. I'llilpot, Esq., Judge of l'robato, for
i'iekens County, for leave to make a Final
.Settlement of tl?o Estates of A. Q. FioUl.de
ccascd, on Monday, tlie 28th day February
next, and to bo discharged tlicrcfroin aa
Kxcculor.
W. (J. FIELD, Kx'or.
Jan 27, 1877 21
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Piokkns County.
In Probato Court.
"\y OTICII ia horo'ly given, that Florin Orif
X"* fi? has made npi>licntion to me, to linvo
a Homestead set off to her, out of tho Estate
of lior Into husband, B. II. Griffin, Jr., deceased.
J f no good cause bo shown to tho
contrary, tho snnio will be granted on tho
'21 Ht day of February, A. 1). 1H7H.
1. II. 1'IIILPOT, J.P.P.O.
Juu 20, 1870 M 5
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HII fl 9 f
AT
McFALL'S,
I
WI1EN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, where .you will find a
FRESH STOCK of
in nm,
NOTIONS.
'
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS,
Groceries,
Crockory find Tinware.
?ALSO?
A LOT OF GOOD
Tolaccoes and Sogan.
In short, a littlo of everything.
Call in, and if you ciont sco what you
want,
Ask For it.
Respectfully,
W.T. MCFall.
Oct 14:, 1875
NEW GOODS!
iS| 6?e#?s
miLEKEH'2 FURNI5HINS HOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, and IIATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND
HARNESS.
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYilUl\ and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
Wo havo recclvod our
? ?n?* _ - - - ?
can uutt ninter i)iDOUSt
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We havo on hand two car loads of Salt and
two oar loads of Bagging and Ties, which
we propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest oauh price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesalo Prices.
no3tf R. K. HOLCOMBE & SON.
UWtiiVJ wvuyuh
o
TUB Fill ST /SESSION of (he abovo School
will begin Monday, the 3d day of January,
1870.
For terms, clc., address Hie Frinoinal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
F.aaloy, Station, S, 0. r
Jau 0,1870 18 ffn*
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
^^DOWESTIC
f^BTWmk SEWING
B Sj) MACHINES.
V! vW /So -J/ Liberal Terms of Ex7/
chfingefor Second-hand
Macnlnea of every aoe"DOMESTIC"
PAPER FASHIONS.
The Beat Patterns made. Bend Oct*, for Catalogue.
Addross DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.
AdUti Waktkd. -ca NEW YOBK.
. I
(t> 1 Q a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit
and terms free. Truo & Co., Augusta,
Maine. . , ,
ASTONISIKINO !
"Yet forty days, andNincvali shall bo overthrown."
future events prophecied by rules
in llcnnor's Prophetic llook. Fortunes forciold
in the ups and downs of prices for the
next- twenty years; the future judged hy the
nno? Air i -
rI.oi,. ?i mix years 10 make money on pig-ion,
hogs, corn, provisions, cotlon, unci when wc
will have the next panic, what year hard
times will end anil business rcvivo again.?
Every farmer, manufacturer, legitimate trader
and speculator should have this book to
know the future, so as to avoid loss and be
successful. Sent to any name, post paid, for
51. Address SAMUEL BENNKlt, Uaiubridgc,
ltoss County, O.
FOR 1876.
4 PPT.UTflTAWOi
x\
Journal,
A Housliold Weekly Magazine
DKV0TE1) TO
POPULAR LITERATURE AND ALL MATTERS
OF TASTE AND CULTURE.
Applctons' Journal appears in new typo
ami willi other medianicnl improvements,
making it tho handsomest weekly litorary
journal in the country. Appletons' Journal
aims to ho coniprehensivo, including in its
plau all branches of literature, and treating
all subji>ct3 of interest to intelligent readers;
it designs to bo elevated in taste and pure in
toijc; it gives in quantity fully twenty-five
ptfr cent more than the largest of tlm
?
Magazines, while in quality ils literature is
of the highest class.
Price. $4 per Annum; 10 cents per No- i
Special Announcement.
The undersigned have procured, exclusively
for subscribers to Appletous' Journal, a
splendid steel engraving of
"CIIAllLES DICKENS INT IIIS STUDY," |
which is offered, under specitil terms, to every
subscriber?in advance?to Journal for 1870.
This steel engraving is in line and stipple.
It is not a faucv niatnrn lm?
- -> ..VVUUI iCfJIUBcntation
of Charles Dickens's study at fiadsiiill,
while the portrait of the distinguished
author is strikingly faithful.
The size of the plato is 20 x 14, printed on
hoavey plate paper 24 x by 30, making a large
and handsome engraviug for the parlor or
library wall. The execution of the plate is of
a superior order.
The ordinary price of a steel engraving of
this character in the print-shops would not
be less than five, and perhaps six dollars. It
ia offered exclusively to subscribers, in nddi- |
tion to thcJournel for ono year, for $5,00?
that is, for $1.00 additional, each yearly advance
subscriber to the Journal for 1870 may
receive a superb engraving worth fully five
times the amount.
This engraving is entirely new. It has
lloon fnt- i.. <1.~
? in uiu iniiii-suops, ana
cannot lie obtained excopt in conncction with
/Ippletons* Journal upon tho terms and conditions
given above. It will bo mailed to
subscribers postage prepaid.
ft- APPLETON & CO.,
6-19 & 551 Broadway, New York.
(ft rafllIT. 11 WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
\W /Male and Female, in their locality.?
m/ / Terms and OUTFIT FllEE. Addresd
T ' 1*. o. VIOKERY & CO., Augusta, Me.
$5 to ?20 per day at homo. Samples worth
!?1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maino.
PSYCHOMANCY, OR SOUL GHAKMINGHow
cither sex may fascinate and gain
(lie love nml atTections of any person they
choose, instantly. This art all can possess,
free, by mail, lor 2f> cents ; together with a
Marriago Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to Ladies, e!o. 1,000,000 aoltl. A queer
iiooiv.
Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Pub' Phila.
AGl'.NT.S', (ho greatest cliancc of ihu ug<v
. Address, with stamp, National Copying
Co., Atlanta, Ga.
.mu uui .nr,.ix. 4>i:ue ana lemate, salary
.Hi or comniisson. Wc pny Agents a saiary
of $150 a week an<l expenses. Kitiikka M'k'g
Co., Hartford, Con. Particulars freo.
1875 1875.
FALL AND TOSS GOODS!
0
Your attention is most respectfully
call oil to (ho largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Slock of Goods (liat has
ever bocn exhibited in West Greenville; consisting
Of dry goods, boots, shoes,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., ctc.
Our prices arc so low tlmt 110 house this
side of New York can nndor-sell ns.
Wo sell floods strictly fov C\SI1, which
enables us to make tho above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a largo lot of
DOORS, SASH and BLINDS, at priccs that
defv coiimotition.
Wo also keep on hand a large lot of those
celebrated CHIANGH l'LOW STOCKS, to
which we invito your ntlenlion.
Wo havo also conncotcd to our Store, a
a Large WAGON YAHI>, with a well of Good
Water, which fs l'rec arf<l Opkn to Alt,.
( KiiY a imo riimt,
n.. C! f< I 1Q7'; ?n<!ir
\ I III' II* 11 I v7 ?*. * V/UlUin l If !*>#?/. nwwu
FITS AXI> iSPUGPSY
positively cured. The worst cnscs, of longest
standing, by using Dr. Hebbard's CureA
bottle sent free to all addressing J. 8. Dm.
ui.i;f, Druggist, SI1 5th Ave., N. V.
I I II I
NEW ADVERT IS KM ENTS.
Liberty Station, LU.I.
0
ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOM TIITi
oitizons of Pickons County and
a ?- - ' '
umiuuiiuiiij; cuuutry, 11K1L X
have oponod a now and
ffosh stock of
DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KEROSEN OIL.
I havo now and will continually
Icoop on hand quantities of BACON,
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I liavo just received 400 sacks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting o'f
wholo barrols, half barrels and quart*
or barrols; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks CofFcc. All of which will bo
sold cbcapor than in any other Country
Storo in Pickens. All who wish
tho abovo articlos at low prices, will
do will to call on mo, bcloro purchase
incr nlnnivlinrn
*D " "*w
1 want dclivorod at Liborty 1000,000
Shingles; 10,000 bushels of Corn;
tor both ot which tho highest markot
pricos will bo paid.
S. M. HOLCOMUK.
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1S75?tf
NEW mi iw m
New PrIces!
HAYING FORMED A PARTNER.
SHIP IN THE MRRCANTIB
BUSINESS, AND
OPENED IN
T II K
1% T A T T r t Y r i t V
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invito our friends
and the public in general to call and
oxamino our stock when tlioy como to
town, ocioro purcnasing clscvvhoro/
Rcftpcctfully,
BROWN & IIENDUICKS.
Nov 18, 1875 12
A
Menjber of our firm 1ms jusl returned from
New Vork where lie purchased (lie largest slock
of General Merchandise ever brought to this
Market. A
Live Elephant
Loose on the streets faoulil 110! create the ex*
citenient and womler, that our prices ilo.
Hest prints fit only ten cents, and other
Roods ftt proportionate prices. Polite clerks
nlways in attendance, ami ready to plaoa
onr goods
T A 1 *1 ,
uii nxniDition.
SatiHfaclion guaranlood or 110 sales. Largo
Stock of OrocoricB, ColTco, Sugar, Molasses,
Cliceso, etc.,
I At
Rolloin Figures. Hals and Caps, Boots and
rMioes 01 every graite ana priccs. in fact,
anything needed by ilio farmer can bo had at
Hud gins & Bolt's.
Remember thai this Aland is in IbeMasonia
Hall Uuilding, fronting tlie Motel, Just bclolY
tho Depot of
Easley (Station,
Kaaley Station, October G, !87o. G
IVlilBUlN JAJ I I /YLiJb
AT
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
o
WE IIAVE IN ST011EJ2 AND TO
arrive a largo and woll sclcctod
13 f f' It (
uvvi, n kj i
GROCERIES, 1IATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for Halo not only
cheap, but extremely low down for

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