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Tltur.s<lu,v? Feb. 17, 1870,
Columbia, S. (J., Feb. 11, I87G.
Dear Sentinel: The llouso adjourned
ovoron Friday, to Tuosdny, 7 p. m.j
but no nnnrum hoinor nvosont nt Hint
^ ?-t, I' M w v,,i*v
hour, thoro was no mooting of tho
Ilouso until Wodnosday, at 11 u. m.
Tho day was consumed in debate on
tho bill to rcdoom tho bills of tho
Bank of tho State, which was finally
laid upon tho tablo by a vory donidod
voto, which I consider equivalent to
striking out tho enacting clause. This
bill. as I said in niv lnsL communing. I
tion, was evidently a job, and tho
Stato is doubtless saved many thousand
dollars by its defeat. Somo provisions
will cortainly havo to bo mado
for t.hcso bills; but, unless a just and
equitable ono is brought forward, in
whoso provisions there aro such ros
6trictions that thoro can bo no posfiihln
flinnnn /^f A u A % iKA
mimiv vimu vv vi V?VI l illlMI 11^ I IIU UUllt-'j
it can not rccoivc the support or sanction
of thoso who caro lor tho interost
of tho State. It would bo tho.., best
plan to havo a commission nppointod
to audit the billa and canccl or destroy
thom whon so audited. Tho commission,
if poaaible, should ho composed |
f>F mnn whn nnnlil illulinifinoli 4 l>r. m
w" "'"""'(i"1"" HIV/ Will <fide
bills from those that may have been
struck on the plates since the Bank ceased
to exist. This is a point that should*
bo woll guarded; lor I am informed
that tho plates arc still in existence,
and possibly in operation, JI this bo
truo. tho Sl.Jllfi miirlif. nnvni' rrr. t
-? fc>"'" u
through redeeming them; for tho coinmission
appointod, a few yoars ago, of I
which tho lato Joe Crows was chairman,
for the purposo of funding theso
bills, it ia said, actually funded more
than was in existence, and novor touelied
a gonuino bill. So this question
is likely to give the State a deal of
trouble as well as much cxponse.
The two llouses met in joint Ahn
sombly on yesterday, (Thursday,) for
tho pui-pose ol electing threo^ivogents
of tbo Lunatic Assy him, in place of
tboso whoso terms bad expired. The
election resulted in tbo choice of \V.
15. Nash, (colorod,) II. A. Moctze,
(Democrat,) and L. Cain, colored
To day was taken up in tlio discussion
of tlio Usury question, but tlio
Houbo adjourned without reaching a
In tlio Senato tlio bill to rodiieo snK
aries has received a third reading, and
lias been amended and made so disproportionate,
that it is hardly worth
anything?only saving between fifty
i iur> iiiuiiMlUH till) IUVK-.S unucr tho two
Tho llouso to day paflBod ft concur- 1
ront iosolution, unanimously, to adjourn
sine die, on tho 28d instant, j 1
Whothor tho Scnato will concur or
not, I tun not ablo to ?ay. 15. j
and sixty thousand dollars, when it
nhould not lmvo come under a Having
of one hundred thousand dollars. JJof'orm
in this Legislature is only a
shadow?it has no real substance.
Tho constitutional amendments
suggested by Mr. Cochran, just bef'oro
tho meeting of the General Assombly,
have received a third reading in tho
Senate, but I have not yet seen thein,
and am unablo to lay them beforo
xrAiu? ??/-w?, I ? r -
jv... i^uuurn, i prcsumo Uioy will
bo published in n fow days when I
will forward you a copy.
Tito tax hill for the next fiscal year
has net vol hcon noted upon, but has |
boon reported from iho Committee of ^
Waysnnd Means, and in its present
form proposes to levy an nggre<jalo
lux ol K\ mills for State purposes.?
mm.:.. ? . i - i
Wo Call Attention
To tho communication of Col. It. E.
Bowon, in rofcronco to Domocrqtic
nri?nn!?nl!ni< ! > ?l-!- * *'
- (3 ill llllt} V^Olllliy. 11)0
pbrsons appointed by him in cach
Township shook! givo it thoir spoeinl
uttontion nnd, also, nil porsons, who
feel intcrostcd in coming into tho Domooratio
fold, in order to froo tho
Stato from horrohbor onotnios, should
attend tho meetings on tho day appointed
at thoir rospoetivo procincts,
linH neaicl in tlm n"
?uu.viii iu niu uijjdiniHi/iuii, umor
counties throughout tho Stato are now
actively forming Domoerratic clubs,
in ordor that tho Domoeracy may
proeont a solid and undividod phalanx
in the coming elections. Owing to
tlio coalition measures heretofore
tried, a full Democratic voto has novel',
ninco reconstruction, been polled. All
lovoi'6of good and honest govornmont
in tho Stato should cvorywhoro rally
to tho rescue.
Uov. Chamberlain's reform measures
havo boon effected only through tho
nSrl nf tl?? T"\nmAA.irt*n i!.~ t
V..V, ^biuuuiiua ill tliu jjugiaiu?
tare; without that aid, ho says himself,
ho would havo boon powerless. Tho
government in South Carolina, under
Republican rule, has for ton yours
grown worse, until tho burden of
taxation and maladministration has
well nigh bccomo intolorablo- Had
it not boon for tho reform measures
of tho Governor, aidod by tho Democracy
in carrying them out, tho Stato
to day would liavo boon in an
absolulo and. irrctriovablo condition.
This proposition, wo think, noithor
any good Republican nor Democrat
can conscientiously disputo. Thoro
.soems to bo no reform in tho lJos
publican party in South Carolina.?
Rvnrv K(mi ia n XI
- - - - J .u %m V4V/ M II (Till U UIIV, XI
loft to thcmsclvoe without any chocks
or balances, ruin would quickly follow.
This is too palpablo to be disputed
byanysano man with tho present
lights boforo him. Then, if thoro
is no salvation for .South Carolina with
in tho .Republican party, lot all good
citizons every whoro, either wliito or
colored, who desire an honest and
economical administration of Slalo
affairs, fall into lino, organize, mid try
to bring back tho old and wolhnigh
stranded ship of Stalo lo her former
.uepuoiicnnism, wo repeat, has been
a grand and signal faduro on tho
of good government in South
Carolina. Its -wannest advocates-'
cannot plead tho excilso of a want of
time, in which to bring about a better
condition of affairs. They have had
ton years of probation, and with ail
tho reforms of tho present Governor,
it is farther removed from good
ornmcnt limn it was nt tho beginning
This is also an undisputed lact. Tlion
if tboso aro facts, why cannot all honest
men everywhere, both wlnto and
colored, desirous of a better condition
of things, unite in this Democratic organization,
in order to rcdeom the
State from t he hands of a party who
have robbed hornlmnst l.n hnnlfrnninn
and aro daily consuming her lilo
blood? Wo havo tried compromise
and coalition measures too long already
to no purposo. We cannot
hopefully try thorn again; but, on tho
conttary, must fight them from a
straight-out Democratic platform.
Wo aro taught that "thero is nothing
in i\ nnmn n l-no.-* Kir
... ~ KSJ UHIUI MillllU
would smell as sweet". Republicanism
per so, is not objectionablo?not at all!
but the amount of corruption and
moral putrifaction that bangs about
it and enters into a South Carolina
conception of" it, is rovolt ng and
highly offensive to all lovers of good
government everywhere; Northern
Republicans experience thissamo tool.
ing :it tho 1 topublicanism in South
Carolina; and (Jovornor Chamberlain,
knowing this fact, is trying to "unload"
and purify tho party, ho that
it may no longor ho a Htcnch in tho
11080 and thorn in tlio fiido of tho National
And, iinallv. if the noonln. l.lm whUn
pooplo of the State, aro satinfiod with
tho past and present government, of
tho Stato, and will not do any thing
to socul'o a bettor ono, then wo say,
and say it mournfully, Ihoy aro unworthy
of a bettor, and wo should
nover moro hoar any ropinings ovor
lioavy taxation and tho robbery of tbo
2 & ^ Wo return our thanks to Mr.
[obn 15. Poole, Esq., General Suporin*
! Aiwlnnl aT I Iwi . ?w I A * I^ ?
w. HIV J VIVyll IIM/llll (Will illUUIlU
Air Lino Railway, for courtosios extended
? ^ I 1
2 W" Tho law against killing door
lias boon in forco since January Int.
Urif Moody converted ono hnndrcd
I-!* L II I I I I II?
The Fence LawA
bill has paesod its third reading
in tho Senate, which provides that the
County Commissioners of Union,
Chostor, Groonvillo, Spartanburg,
Pickons. and Andnrftnn HmiMfna imnn
tho potition of ono hundrod citizonB,
Blmll order an olootion, nt which the
qualified voters in thoso rospcotivo
countioH, shall voto upon the quostion
of nhnlillhinff fliA nroonnf !( ? I
-- e v..v, ,,.vuv..v .?..W .???,
and if a majority voto in iavor thero?
of, tho lact is to bo roportod to tho
noxt Gonoral Assembly, with a petition
to onaot a suitable law to offoot
tho desired objoot.
Thoro has boon a groat deal said
about tho lonco law in all quarters pf
tho Stato, and the Logislaturo has, wo
Kiiiuiv, nuiuu wmwiy in uio promises
by putting tho quostion to ft tost in
tho iibovo countios. Each of tho ro>
spcctivo countios will havo, ftt tho
coining cloction, ftn opportunity to
voto upon this quoBtion. Its action
then will Hcttlo this much voxod piohlom.
It should ho woighod pro and
nfi 11 hu ; *- -
v?.. -J J U1IUM IUVUI UU1UIU Ulltlllllg Ills
voto. Thoro aro, wo think, both advantages
and disadvantages connoetod
with this Hubjoct. Thoso should bo
thoroughly canvassod by oach votor.
Tho February No. of tho'South,
orn Planter and Farmer is rccoivod.
It contains a pioturo and skotch of
Col. lloit, Prcsidont of tho North
Carolina Agricultural Soeioty; and
artielos from Gon. Fitz Lee, Col. E.
Dromgoolo, "Civis," JudgoCox and
other rfiiiroRontfitivn fni?hmi?a r>f /\n?
Southorn Statos. Evory question o
vital interest to tho farmor is handled
with perfect candor. In faot it con*
tains all u farmor would lileo to boo,
and wo trust our friends will avail
themsolvoB of tho aid it offers them in
txf\ mnnr r? ? *r?
'" 'j' ""j"**
Published at Richmond, Va.,at$2 a
The Southern Life.?Wo boo from
tho Momphis Avalancho of Fobruary
nd, tliat tho Southern Lifo Insurance
Company linvo gone into voluntary
bankruptcy, bocnusc it is unablo to
pay tho liabilities pressed upon it,
chiefly arising from claims against the
Carolina Iiilo Insurance Company. I
and for which that Company is sought
, to bo hold liable, and on somo'b'f which
I tho courts have held that Company to
bo liable. Tho assets of tho Company
arc $1,578,298.54; and it? liabilities
?1,517,000.00. From this showing tho
assets aro 801,208.50 abovo its liabilities;
il this bo so, policy holders will
ZW It is rumored that F. J. Moses,
Jr., will certainly resign his ro-.
ccntly acquired Judgship soon, and
that ho would havo dono so beforo
now, had it not boon for a falso scntimontof
duty to Whippor. This rumor
may bo true, but wo don't bcliovo
it. If Mosos resigns, you may hot, it
will take a "pile" or some other oqui*
vuiont 10 cnuso Mm to do so. Aa ho
is known to bo vory modost and sensitive
gentleman, porhaps public sentiment
has induood this determination.
The Columbus Enquirer saj's that
tho number cf noonlo wlin Imon 1r.<?
t I " ' v ,w*v
that section sinco tho 1st of Inst Docombor
has boon astonishing. In
round numbers tho NVostorn Ilailroad
oflico has sold ],G00 tickots to emigrants
for tho canobrako region of
Alabama, and for Missisippi, Louisiana
and Texas. In addition, tho Mos
bilo and (iirard railroad has sold 150.
Of this largo number, about two bundrod
woro whites. Tbo vast major- !
ity of tlio negroos bavo gono to Lous
Jteir Tbo Grand Jury for Williamsburg
County, at tbo February torm of
Court, in tbeir presentment way: "Tbo
I to 11 fl ft <"?f Hin nini?l/ r.wl~/? I f> ? t- 1 -
v-? v? ? j i/uu(;ii m rruuuto,
Auditor and Troasuror, tire, in tho
judgment of tho Grand Jury, good
and sufficient. Tho Sheriff's bond is
worthless, nnd thcro is no bond on
record, oithor for School Commissioner
or County Co nmissionors."
ttffu l'ooplo who writo postal cards
aro notified that they must not dato
tho card on its hack. By a ruling of
tho Postmastor C/onoral any card on
which anything whatovor is writton
on tho back, besidos tlio addross, will
bo charged as lottor postago. It vory
frequently happens that tho merchants
tioro aro compollod to pay this poet"
ago through tho ignorance of correspondents
in tho country; thoy thoro?*
foro request us to onll attontion to tho
faet. and ask the country pooplo to bo
caroiul In tho futuro not to infringe
tho law.?Ncwrf and (Jourior,
to the Ctttiaena" of Piokens County.
GnT.lIT.MIiT A S n PnK o 1?7rt
V/IJ * VW# V j *viu.
Ilnving boen appointod by tbo Exoculivo
Committoo of tbo Domocratio
party of South Carolina, to organizo
Domooratlo Clubs in Plckons, I do ]
horeby oall upon all good pooplo
to aid-mo in that work. ' I am conw
vincod by tho acta of tho party in
power in this Stato, that a largo majority
of thorn never intend any real 1
roform, consequently our only hopo
for nn honost, just and economical
govornmont, must como from and
through tho Domocratio party, whoso
solo purposo is to havo lionoBt, corns
potont, and just mon in oftico, who
will not intorforo with tho rights of
any?but on tho contrary will guar.,
antoo protection to all hor citizons. I
thoroforo, call upon all good citizons
ftf Pi/,lr?..? n A- 1 '
V* J. IVOOIID vyvmilty IU II)UUl> ?l/ II1U11'
various voting preoinots on tho 1st
Saturday in March noxt, for tho purPOBO
of organizing and olocting Dclo
gatos to a County Convention, to bo
bold at PiokonsC. II. on tho Saturday
following, to oloot'an Exccutivo Committoo
for Clio County, and Dologatos
to tho Stato Convontion, to bo in
roadinoss whon callod; and. for tho
purposo of porfocting theBO organizations,
I appoint tho following natnod
porsons of cacli Township, whoso duty
it will bo to organizo tho various clubs,
Pickensville.?T M Wolborn, T W
Kussoli, J. W. Branson, J It Gossott,
T D T - il
tl O JLJllMlllUl. '
Salubrity.?J It Ilolcombo, W G
Fiold, Dr. Goorgo Itobinso.i, M T
Smith, A 1 Clayton.
Garvin.?E II Lawronco, J J Lowis,
F V Clayton, B J Johnson, F L
Easlcy.?J J Herd, F C Parsons, L
Thomas, T \V Tollcson, T M Alexander.
Pickens C. IL?R A Child, W T
Bowon, O l1 Field, llilcy Simmons, W
. Dacusvillc.?B F Morgan, T F Looper,
J B Sutherland, W W Bright,
Pumpkintown.?J A Bntos, Mnthow
Gilloflpio, Allen Edons, J T Burdino,
Eaztatnp?IT r,n?ia Willing TsJ: ?
mona, T .N MoKinnoy, Jacob Lewie,
J O Mosoly.
Thrco Delegates from each Township
should bo electod to tho County
Convention?tho County will bo ontitied
to two Delegates to tho Stato
11. E. BO WEN
London, Fob. 14.?Tho Times (liftpatch
from St. Jean DeLislo, reports
the main body of tho Carlists under
Goneral Cazta and lterula, is camped
at Almondes and Barrotta.
An old physician,^retired from nctivc practice,
liuvinir had nlneed in liiu Immla ?>? ....
Kast India Missionary the fornmla of a simple !
Vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh
Asthma and all Throat and Lung affections,
also a Positive and lladical Cure for Nervous
Debility and Nervous Complaints, after having
thoroughly tested its wonderful ourativo
powers in thousands of cases, feels it his duty
to make it known to his suffering fellows. Ac.
luated by this motive, and a conscientious desire
to rcliove human suffering, lie will send
(free of charge) to all who desire it, this reccpo,
with full directions for preparing and
successfully using. Sent by return mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
Dr. W. C. Stbvkns,
Munroc Block, Syracuse, N. Y.
AUUillltfUW 5 ilQUGQ 1
BY virtue of ftn o.'der from I. II. Philpot,
Judge of l'robate, I will soil at Pickens 0.
II., on Saleday in March next, (he following
PERSONAL PROPERTY, belonging (o the
Eslato of J. M. McFall, decenscd, for cash, to
' About 11 HALE3 COTTON;
On? Lot l'ot Ware;
Iron, lings and Rice, &c.
One Horse, Buggy and Harness, on a credit
until tho 1st November, 187(5 Purchasers
to give nolo with two good suroties, with interest
W. T. Mo FALL, Adm'r.
Feb 14, 2870 2i 3
I WILL sell (o llio highest bidder fit 1'ickena
C. II., oi\ Salcday in .March next, (he
Valuabio Town Lots in Pickens
Lola No. 10 and 12 on Main Street, fronting '
llio New Hotel.
Lot No. 60, fronting ot\.Cedar Rock 6'troet.
Lots No. 23 and 21, containing 4 acres
cacli, near the residence of J. E. llncro?<l
TKRM8?Ono half cash on day of sale, the
other half on 1*2 months titno, with mortgnge,
bearing 10 per cent interest.
JOSEPH W. 8ULLIV/1N,
Fob 10, 1870 23 i
n u 0 015!
[ WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL
ly call tho ntlonlion of tho public
to my well boioctod nnd assorted
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
i :f V : k ! ' * ' 1 '
JiATS AND GAPS,
BOOTS AND -SHOES,
All of which I will soil choap for cftsh.
I am Btill Agont for" tho "EURE*
KA" FERTILIZER, ono of tho best
in tho market.
Price payablo in cotton at 15o. 1st
Nov., 860.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in currency lat Nov.,
$55.00 por ton.
Prico payablo in cash on delivery.
$47.50 por ton.
Freight $6.00 por ton, to bo added
to this point, and must bo paid in
Last but not least, lot me impross
it upon tl)080 who aro duo mo on ac?
count for 1875, that I need tho monoy
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at onco and favor mo as I
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
Feb 17, 1876 24 If
rpilE many friends who have ao generously
JL subscribed to (ho Methodist Church at
Knsley, are hereby requested to hand in their
subscriptions ns early as possible, to either
of tho undersigned, or to Kev. Mr. Stockman.
The lumber is on the ground, and tho
church will be built as soon as the funds ure
raised. Let every one respond.
i . ij. i/uiu'iion, unairman.
0. S. BOLT, Treasurer.
Bitaloy, S. Cm Fob. 14 487G 21 2
Homestead and Exemption.
NOTICE is horehy given, that Nancy C.
Stewart, willow of A. J. Stewart, deceased,
lias made application to mo, to have
a Homestead set oil' to her, out of ilio Estate
of said deceased, and that I will pass upon
the same at my office in the Court House at
I'icVens, South t'arolina, on Wednesday,
Am.il Kit* t n ion' -?-i -
fvii) u. iomj, in i i o udck, a. m.
I. II. PHILPOT, J.r.i'.c.
Fob 17, 1870 24 0
Homestead and Exemption"VTOTICE
is hereby given, Hint 0. II. C.
.1. ? Sfhith, rf l>iokoPa Coimly, South Carolina,
has applied to mo for Homostoail find
Kxomption in Die Hcul Estate and Personal
I'ronorty of (lie said (). II. C. Smith; and that
I will pans upon the snme at my office in the
Court House at I'ickens, South Carolina,
\l t O.l ? 1. ? ??
v/ii luuuua^, iijnii ou, /V. M. 10(D| fit 11 fl. 111.
I. II. /II1LPWT, j p.P.O.
Feb 17, 1870 24^ 6
E. J. POTTER, M. D.
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
RADUATH of a regular chartered school.
X The Dr. will respond lo all calls with
dispatch. All cases strictly confidential
l'rivate diseases treated in all tluir varied
forms, with the errorii of youth and the dia*
enses of women and children.
Jau 0, 1870 18 Sin
"XT i *
ALL persons having demands against the
Kstato o( F. N. Uahvin, deceasod, since
tho 1st October, 18(10, at which time lie made
nn assignment toO.W. Rankin, will pleaso
present tho same to the undersigned or I. II.
I'hilpot, on or by tho 15th day of March,
next, properly proven ylnd all persons Indebted
lo tho same will pleaso come forward
and soli lo, or their notes and accounts will
ho placed in tho hands of an ofliccr for collcc|
iak,i 1/ f /I A ?VIM
... JL . XJ. VJ/liV I Ul,
Feb 8, 1876 22 4^
Earlc, Wells ?fc Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established fin oflicc fit Pickens C.
II., S. C., will attend promptly lo all business
left wilh 0. W. Taylor who may be always
found at their olTico at I'ickens C. II., 8. C.
One of tho senior partnors will always be
presont at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. E. EAULE, \
CI. (?. WELLS, / G. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, 8. C. Fiokon^rB. C.
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORJIKY AT LAW.
mwm c, h? s, c,.
I'raeticca in Courts of J'iekons
County, and in United States Courts
ATTORNEY AN I> G0UN8KM.0R AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Pt.-tOlicca in (lie Circuit onrt and Court o
l'robato for l'iokong ounly.
May 10 \'l Onj
LL-L' L J L.i.f ? ^
NEW ADVISKTISKMENm ?
W' "* T " }fr'" V.1- "!^ ,J
tVE wilfflcll fox* <jaah to tho highest b'.ddcr,
at IMckens Court Houro) on Snlodny in
March noxt. 1870. nnd oontinuo from dav to
day, until sold, nil tho
Personal Property. *
the Enlnto ofE. II. Griffin, Jr., deceased.
Amongst other things tho entiro stook of
Goods bolonging to said Estato will bo sold,
consisting of everything to be found in a
siore oi general merchandise; bucii as a large **
and varied stock of tho be8t of Shoes, fino
Hats, Calicoes, Ready-Made Clothing, Caslaieres,
Janes, Flannels, and Cotton ana Woolen
Goods of every description.
A fine lot of LEATHER, Upper end Solo,
Harness, Bridles, Saddles, &C. %
A fino lot of GROCERIES and lfilrdwaro ot
every description, ajjd many other thirtgsTo?
numerous to mention.
S. D. KEITH,
i> n irr\n n i %r
i>. r muimin, ^
Fob 10, 1876 23 3
EA3TAT0E FSASODY SCHOOL.
nine times, s. c.
TlU'i prc9(int session of tlio nbovo &cnool
opened January ?d, 1870, and will coQ
uuuu inurwirom ino scholastic year. i
Terms of tuition per session of ton months.
For Primary Department, $4 00
For Intermediate Department, 6 00
For Advanced Department, 7 60
Bonrd in the best of famiUcB can bo had at
from five to seven dollars per mouth. No deduction
made for lost time, except in cases of
protracted sickness. No student admitted
into the school, except by subscription.
For further particulars, address tho Priuoipal
at Nino Times.
JNO. O- WALLACE.
Inn 07 1 Qrn "?
*? ?h , miv 21 Oin
Look to lour Interest*
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1 AHA ?AQ<ST"EUREK A " FERTILIZER,
ljUv/U which is offered on tho following t
Cnoli price 1st May, $47 50
Tiu?o price 1st November, $00 00
With llic privilege of paying for it in MitU
dling ('otlon at 16 cents per pound
Freight, $5 M0 per ton.
cely & imo.,
Agcni8, urecnTillc, 8. C.
Feb 10, 1870 23 lin
I WILL send my Wngon lo nny resilience
wiiliin the incorporate limits, erery Tuesday
Morning, lo gel tlieir Corn nnd carry it
to I ho Mill nnd return it free of clmrge, if
persons will inform me pre.vjitns to eticli
t??w.I ~ > - * ?
luvrmiT in in> MO. J. u, UIUFFIN.
J an 27, 187(5 21 3 ^
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ARRIVED nml ready for delivery, 100
000 BAGS GUANO. For salo by
11. E. HOLUOMBE & SON.
Eftsley, S. C., Jftn. 27, 1870 21 tf
kew c;ooim*i '
AT EASLEY STATION. S. 0.
Tlio undersigned have opened a House in
unsioy, near their Livery Stable, for the purposo
of conducting a fancy find heavy
Under tho Finn, name find hMo of RICIIEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices, *
as they intend scll'ng strictly for cash. Oi*o
them a call.
II. A. RICKEY,
A. 0. WYATT.
Kaalcy, Nov 22, 1875 18 tf "
Sealer In General Merctutoe,
EANLllY STATION, H. V.
ONE AND ALL
That lmvo boon buying GOODS on a
crodit dining the yoar, will plonso r<H
mcmbor tlmL thoundorsignod has concludod
to accopt Cotton, Corn, Cur%
roncy> or anything olso, to liquidate
tho Name?and will always bo found
at his storo, ready to wait on thom,
oithor to SETTLE or SELL MORE
vviy unonp ior tlio CASH.
Ilomombor Pay I>?y iB on hand
- -and I need my monoy,
T. W. RUSSELL.
Eaaloy Station, S. C., l)oc. 10, 187&?