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LOCAL ITEMS.
Our new town Marshals keep
thingfl nn?Bually quiet.
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f triiat Monday wft9 a day of incoaBant
rain.
f'- Table Rock is sixteen miles directly
North of the Court House.
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"Necessity knows no law;" ditto
Home lawyers.
t . Horo worship is bocoming quito
gwTiurui in oouin uarolina.
Garden ecods at McFall's, fresh
From Jamos Vick's, Rochester, New
York.
Kt I
\Vliftre has all tho money gone?
Echo answers, into tho State Treasury.
A grist mill near Pickens Court
Home ground^ during last year, 4,000
bushels of corn.
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? A slight cleaning would no doubt
render tho water of tho public well
sweeter. Why not?
It is time to plant Onion Suts, It isli
Potatoes, Pons, Lettuce, and others of
the moro hardy vegetables. Al'
should strive to have a good vegetable
garden; it is a groat source of
. economy to a family.
iThe Rov. J. Q. Stockman will
.preach next Sunday, 27th inst., (Deo
t Volente) in tho Methodist Church, at
*tbi? place, at 11 o'clock, a. ni.
44^#
Mr. W. T. McFall lias dono a com
t raendablo tiling iu setting out trees
in front of his store. Who elso will
follow this last example?
4 *
. . IJon. Judge Couke, it would
ftnAIYi fi?Am I ?/? f /? ? ? At
X?v<>< 11 v/111 i u <j vuiii: itliM itiumilb Ulb"
played by the Abbeville Press and
. Banner towaids him, has generously
consented to preaeh its funeral. We
are not fond of funeral*.
"Never spend your money before
you have it," is an excellent rule, and
one all tbould steadfastly adhoro to?
if possible, under al! circumstances.
If the piocoa of rope Knd cat tails
wero pnrtiallv removed the water
\v3ald bo sweeter 6till.
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Now Orleans had now potatoes
two months oarlior this vcai* than
usual.
.. Tli rough mistake, wo announced,
in our last week's iflsuo, that Itov.
J. Q. Stockman would preach in this
place on last Sunday, 20th inst., and
did uot discover the tact till it was
too late to remedy it.
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Conunduum.? What is tho difference
botween Governor Chamberlain
And an English fox hunter.
* Answer.?Tho ono keeps a Whip
per-our and the other keeps a
vVliipper-iN.
We see S. D. Keith, Esq , has
planted out some beautiful cedar
* trees along tho side-walk in front of
liis residence. Who else will imitate
this noble oxample? No.v is just
the time?a little delay and you will
have to wait till another year has
passed.
Tho County Commissioners, last
\reek, replaced glass in the Court
Houso windows. They also replaced
glass in tho jail windows. This last
not olmnM Imuo
.... ....UIU >IUI u UCVII tlillMUIUU 10
earlier; it would have cost no inoro
to roplaco tho glawo last tall than
Uow; and besidos the prisoners, who
have suffered, no doubt, unnecessary
cold, would havo been thankful for
this little act 6f humanity. Uotirt
however, ia near at hand and every
thing should bo in good order.
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-inuring leap your tho girl who
pountsall tho gray homos sho socs, until
she lute got up to a hundred, will
ho married within a year, to tho first
gentleman with whom sho shakes
hands after counting tho ono-hunx
dredth horso."
Como, girls, it J'ou try this simple
oxporimont, yon should chooso, nevertheless,
tho gontlomnn to whom you
offor your hand. Wo nro not euro
whothor tho nbovo does not inclndo
married as well ns sihglo gontlomon. j
^ TVhy not?
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Don't Beo the Qur.stfon.-^-It is an
infalliblo sijrn that a caso is woal<
whon its claims aro sought to bo established
by moro bold assortion without
argument or substantial proof,
l)r. Tutt assorts that his Hair Dyo if
tho bost, and ho adduooe undoubted
oviuonco to suUBtftntiato tho truth 01
assort! on.
READ WHAT EXPERTS SAYJ
Nkw OfiLtANS, May 10,1871.
Du. Tutt :
Doar Sir: Wo, tho undorslgnod, wisli
In 1 nfni?m wai? 4 K o f ? ?? lm?^ ?!a/1 -
WW ?i*vr* III JVU vunv ITU UiHU VI IOU J'UUl
Hair Dyo, and find it to bo tho boat
wo havo CVor usod. For its natural
black color, it far oxcols all othoi
dyes. Our customers will havo no
othor. Sinco wo began its use, our
business in tho dyeing departmont ban
rapidly increased. Wo think it a
groat triumph.
Anthony Haas 1 ,,? .
Cuaki.es Hoiin, } b"l b01'9
No. 0, Royal Strcot.
~ Will YoiTBelievo"it
Woman's bkst Friend:?To relieve the
aching heart of womtin and bring joy where
sorrow reigned supremo, is A mission before
which the smiles of kings dwindle into utter
insignificance. To do this is tho peculiar
provinco of Dr. J. Nradlicld's Fomalo Regulator:
which from tho numberless curcsi it, has
accomplished. is appropriately styled Wo<
man's Best Friend. Tlio distressing com*
plaint known as the "whites," and the varions
irregulnritioB of the womb, to which woman
is subjcot disappear Hko magic boforea single
bottle of tins wonderful compound. It is
prepared by L. II. Dradfield, Druggist, Atlanta,
Ua., and sold a', $1.50 per bottle by respcctabjo
Drug men cverywlierc. Physicians
prescribe it. Its action is prompt, suro and
decisivo.
Now in Perfect Health,
Near Makiktta, Or., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. Win. Boot & Sons.?Gentlemen:
Somo months ago I bought a bottle of Bradtiold's
Female Regulator from you, and havo
used it in my family with (ho utmost satisfaction,
and havo recommended it to thrco
olhcr families aud they havo found it just
what it is rccommcndcd. Tho females who
havo used your Regulator arc now in perfect
health, aud are able (o attend to their household
duties, and v.'C cordially recommend it
to (ho public. Yours respectfully,
H?v II. 1$. Johnson.
Fob 8 22 4
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n 1?vv a d v ku usem knts.
i o nt home. Agents wanted. OutL
/w f" aud terms free. Truo & Co., Au?
gust ti, Mnino.
aT?a riri~of your own
? IB
THE BIST REMEDY TOR HARD TIMES!
Free Homesteads
? ANl> TIIB-Host
and Cheapest Railroad Land
AUE ON THK MSB OF TUB
Union H'aeilic Railroad,
IN NEBRASKA.
Room-no L-..1I :r i!-_ .
W.v->V ? ..vuiv n . run IIIUU UllllKUl HRIH.
free to all pans of die world. ^ddreps 0. F.
DAVIS, Laud Commissioner U. 1'. H. U.,
Omaha, Nob.
MINI) Heading, l'sychomancy, Fasciua.
(ion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, showing how either sex may
fascinate and gain tho lovo and affection of
any person they choose instantly. 400 pages.
Hy mail 50 cents, Hunt & Co., 13'J S. 7th St.,
Philadelphia.
ABiaPKK WfiKK guaranteed to Agents,
V I I Malo and Female, in their locality.?.
|ii I I Term8 aud OUTFIT FllliE. Addrpsa
T ' P.O. V10KEHV & CO., Augusta, Mc.
$5 to ?20 per day at homo. Samples worth
?1 free. St in son & Co., Portland, Maine.
Fits and Rnilpn^v
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POSITIVELY CURED.
The worst cases of tlio longest standing, by
using Dn. Hubbard's Cure.
It has Cured Thousand*,
and will givo $1,000 for a ease it will not
benefit. A bottlo sont Q;cc to all addressing
J. K. D1UBLK, Cliomist, Oflico: 13G& Broadway.
New York.
Ten years ago Messrs. Goo. P- Howell &
Co. established their advertising agcncy in
New York City. Five years ago they ab~
sorbed the business conducted by Mr, John
Hooper, who was tho first to go into this
kind of enterprise. Now they have the satis?.
faction of controlling tho extensivo and coin-,
plcte advertising connection which has ever
been aecured, and one which would bo hardly
possible in nay other country but this. They
have succeeded in working down ft complex
business into so thoroughly ft systematic
method that no change in tho newspaper tyntem
of America can cscapo notioo, whilo tho
wildest information upon all topics interost->
ing to advertisers is placed readily at tho
disposal of the publio.
Yf York 'I'iiui'is, Juno 14,1875.
r. t. pfitrri?u tvt. t*
JM* W " A V A A A4J.V) AUb* A/#
EAST/UY STATION, S. 0.
RADUATB of ft regular chartered ?chool.
7T Tho Dr. will respond to "ill coils with
dispatch. AH cases strictly confidential.
Private diseases treated in all tluir varied
forms, with the orrorti of youth and the discases
of women and children.
Jan 0, 1870 18 3in
Knrlo, WcIIm A Tuylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an oflico at Pickens C.
II., S.C., will attend promptly to all business
left wifh 0. W. Taylor who may ho always
found at thoir office at Pickens C. II., 8. C.
Oho of tho senior part nors will always bo
present at. the Courts to assist with the business.
\V. K. KARLK. 1
a. (?. WKM,a; I G. W. TAYLOR,
Grcenvillo, 8. C. Vickcuu, 8. C.
JN Hi W ADVERTISE MENTS<
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HE THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSUKK
' you that I
: win
' Wove to all, that I liavo as good ami oheap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
thero is
Not
A mfin who can heal my Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides the above, I have purchased
1 a itovc, and a nice LUnflli of Ffesh OySterA
. can
B e
Had at a?iv (lm? ? ? ? *
? J ynucu i uiu not
E 1 e c t e d
Intcmtant, in whicli cJaso yon might,
Again,
ITnvn fn cm it i~\vr\ f\ - i
Hungry unu monoyiesB,
B U t
Hoping no such missfortune awnits me, I
cordially inritc all my hungry frieuds to give
mc a call, anil I
Will
Appease their hungor on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is <o live and let
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
K. QLAZ12NER, who can be found in the Post
Office at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
FOR fylS.OO.
o
THE host and handsomest No. 8 STOVE in
tho market for $18.00, with 26 piecea
nam boiler included, and nol n. Muffin Ring
or Patty Pan, among '.be number. How is
that for low.
N. F- BUROKSS ft CO.
Greenville, 8. C., Deo, 28, 17 4
Wanted!
Evorybody who read the Skntinicl
to know tliftt
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on liond at
EASLEY STATION,
A well eolectod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
eel) as cheap ns tho cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLO UK and MOLASSES,
t.tcatitrp ??.. cat.t
* 4*^AV A41W ua UA)
CHEESE and CRACKERS,
CANDY, FISII, TOBACCO, ?&o.,<fce.
Woolon and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlylea of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Hats, Boots and Slioea. Beat
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Rf'fldv MnHa nin(li!n? ot 4K HO nml
J N/ H? (JTV/iVVj (?I1U
upwards, por suit.
Thanking thoir customers for past
patronago, they solicit a continuanoo
of tho samo, and cordially invito
ALL who como to Rasloy Station to
give thein a call.
I>K(UL NOTICES.
STATP OF SOUTH CAROTTMA
Pickens County.
in probate; court,
Andrew J Colli ran Plaintiff, against. William
J Cothran, Joseph W Cothran, Benjamin
F Cotliran, Martha E Cothran, Elixa Cothran,
Mahala 8uttle9, Mary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jano Durham, Kebeoca McKincy,
Thompson W Tollcson, and all per* (
sous or owners, having or claiming to have i
any interest in the premises sought to bo
partitioned in this notion, Defendants.
^opy oi summons.
Petition and Comploint for Partition of Real
Kslnto, &c.
To William J Cothran, Joseph W Cothran,
Benjamin F Cothran, Martha E Cothran, Eliza]
[ Cothran, Mahalla Snttlr.8, J/ary Uodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jane Durban, Hobecca MoKincy,
Thompson W Tolleson, and all persons
or owners, having or claimiug to have any
interest in the premises sought to bo partitioned
in this action, legal heiis, representatives
and assignees of Samuel W Cothran
wj./wlw..! ir.l.at.1*..
Yon arc horeby required to appear at tho
Court of l'robnto to be holdon at Pickens
Court House on Friday (ho 7th day of ^lpril
next, at 11 o'clock a. m., for Pickcr.s County,
to show cause, if any you can, why tho Real
F.Htnte of Samuel W. Colli ran, deceased, describcd
in the l'otition and Complain' of An?
drew J.Cothran, filed in my office, should
not bo divided or arflil, allotting to the said
i Andrew J. Cothran, one undivided twentieth
of tho wholo, and to each of the Defendants
above named, whatcvor portion of the samo,
thoy may logally be entitlod to rcceivo.
Given under my hand and seal o? office at
Tickens Court House, this the 26th day of
January A, D. 1876.
f ?r T??r? T nAm
i. u. ruiIjI'Ul, j.P.P.O.
C, I/. IIOLI.ING8WORTH,
IMainliff's Attorney.
Jan 26, 187G 22 8
FITN AF? EPIIilfPNY^
positively cured. Tlio worst oases, of longest
standing, t>y using Dr. TIebbard's CureA
bottle sent freo to all addressing J. 8. Dm.
bleb, Druggist, 814 5th Ave., N. Y. . >
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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iff VI
AT
Mr.FAT T 'Q
WHEN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, where you will find ft
FRESH STOCK of
in GOODS,
NOTIONS,
BOO'l^, SHOES & HATS.
Groceries,
Crockery and Tinware.
?ALSO?
A LOT OF GOOD
Tobaccos: and Segart.
In short, ft little of everything. 1
Call in, and if vou dont ace what you
i
want,
J
I
Ask For It.
1
Respoctfully, {
W.T. MoFall.
Oct 14, 1875 <
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NEW GOODS!
H?1? Hft&iSL :
I
uranium mitts eooss. ,
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1
boots, shoes, and iiats, ;
I
SADDLES, BRIDLES aijd
HARNESS,:
GROCERIES. :
SUGAR, COFFE, 13ACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR, ?
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At \V A. LESLEY & SON'S,
I
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NOTICE!
Wo havo rocelvcd our
Fall mid Winter O nodst
and are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two oar loads of Salt, ftnd
two oar loads of Bagging and Tics, which
we propose to soil at GroanvUle prices.
Highest c?v?h price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping l'ap^r at Wholegalo Prions.
noair 11. E. HOLCOMBB Sl 80N.
Uy School.
rO?
THK FIRST SESSION oflhe above School
will begin Monday, the 8d day of Jannary,
1870.
For terms, etc., addrcM Iho Principal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Kaalcy, Station, S. C. '
Jan 0, 1876 18 3u> I
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STON0 PHOSPHATE OCT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
slublk OUaNO, (Availablo Bono Fhos?
phato of Lime, 13.66 per cent. Ammonia,
8.14 par cont.) April 1st, $44; November 1st,
SSO. flnHttti ? *
V...IVUHI? 'iiiuuiiug? ai 10 ccnts.
$05.
ARID PHOSPHATE, (Available Bohc
Phosphate of Lime. 22.83 per cent.) April
1st, $28; November 1st, 830. Cotton optional.
$46.
Special fates to Oranges on cash orders.
For particulars, apply to
E. C. WILLIAMS, Troasurcr,
Charleston, S. C.,
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
Pickons, S. C.
R. E. IIOLCOMBE,
Easloy, S. C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
Sonoca City, S. C.
Jan 27, 187G 21 3m
GEO, WILLIAMS ?fc ? oN
CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
THE Bit A DL E TS PA TKNT FER TIT. IZER
AND
THE PALMETTO snrrmrr *n,r>
PIIOSMA TE,
Have been used by the Planters of tho South
for Ten (10) Years with matohlees success.
Tlioy scarcely need oncomiums to recommend
their continued uso. Tlio standard of their
excellencies guaranteed, and their results
prove BEYOND QUESTION that EVERY
PLANTER who is nlive to HIS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER FERTILIZER.
ITAGO0D & ALEXANDER,
Agents tit Pickens, S. C.
HUDUENS fc "ROTjT
Agents at Eslcy Station, S. (J.
Jan 27, 1876 21 8m
1875
FALL m m GOODS!
o
Your attention is most respectfully
called to tho largest and decidedly
lie CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
jver boen exhibited in West Greenville ; conlisting
Of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, oto.i etc.
Our prices are bo low that no house this
side of New York can under-sell us.
\Yo soil Qoods strictly for CA.SI1, which
analiloa us to ronko tho above declaration.
We keep oontUantly on haud a larL' lot. of
DOORS, SASH uuu BLINDS, at prices (hat
icfy competition.
IU? 1 ? I * - ? * ' -
vj uiau hccji on nur.u n large 101 01 tliopo
jclebratecJ GRANGE 1'LOW STOCKS, to
irliich we invite your ntlention.
We have also connected tq our Store, a
v Laree WAGON YARD, with a well of Goocl
Water, which is Free and Open to Ai.l.
CE1Y & BKOTIIKR
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Greenville S. C., October I, 1876. hoGU
vick's
FLOWER and Vegetable Seeds arc the best
the world produces. The tire planted by
i million people In Amerioa, and the reault is
beautiful Flowera and splendid Ycgitablos.
k Priced Catalogue sent freo to all who on*
}Iosq the pontago?& ? cent stamp.
VICK'8 floral and Vegetable Warden is tlia
moat beautiful of the kiud in the world. It
)ouUiito nearly 160 pages, hundreds of fine
Illustrations, find fourOhromo Plates of FIowsrs,
beautifully drawn and colored from nature.
Price 35 ccnts in paper covers; 05 cts
Dound in elegant cloth.
VICK'S Floral Guide. This is ft beautiful
Quarterly Journal, finely illustrated, and confining
an elegant colored Frontispiece with
Iho first number. Prico only 25 cents for the
irenr. The first number for 1870 just issued.
fVddress JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
Jan 27, 1876 21_
HlIEllIFi NALEN,
3TATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA1
County ok Piokkns.
BY virtue of an exeoution to mo <Vircct?il,
I will soil before the Oonrt House door,
at Piokens C. II., on saleday in March nox.t,
tho following property, vii:
Olio Hundred acres moro less, situate in
Pickens County, >n Weavcr'a Creek, waters
of Oolenoy Ilivcr, adjoining land* of ?
Levied on an the proporty of Lemuel A. Howard,
vs. W. 8. Kirkscy, Administrator of
?j ninutj ivcun, ucoeaaca.
A 1.80,
Eighty-tlireo norcs more or less, situate in
Piekens County, on Kcowee River, adjoining
lands of . Levied on as tho property
of James A. Moor, at thc^nuW of VV. J.
Ploklo.
TE/fMS CASH. Purchasers to pay extra
for papors.
J. RILEY PEROUSON, s.r.c.
Feb 10, 1870 U3 4
STATU OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
PlCKKNS COUNTT.
In Probato Court,
NOTICE is lioredy given, (hat Floria Griffin
has made application to mo, to have
a lloincatoad set off to her, out of I lie Estate
of her late husband, E. It, Griffin, Jr., di
conacd. If na good couso ho nhown to (lio
contrary, tlie same will be granted on tho
21st day of February, A. I). ItfTO.
I. If. 1MIILPOT, j.r.r.?j.
20, 1870 20 5
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NE W AD VE11TISEM ENTS.
Liberty Station, ILU.
o
ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOM THE
citieons of Pickons County and
surrounding country, that I
havo oponed a new and
froeh stock of
DRY-GOODS,
Bool's AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KEROSEN" OIL.
I have now and will continually
koop on lmnd quantities ol BACOK,
MOLASSES, and SALT.
1 have just received 400 sacks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting of
wholo barrels, half barrels and quarto
er barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks CofTeo. All of which will bo
eoKi cncapor than in any other Conntry
Storo in Pickons. All who wfali
tho abovo articles at low prices, will
cio will to call on 1110, beloro purc-hns*
ing elsowhore.
I want delivered at Liberty 1000,*
000 Shin&los: 10.000 hnniioio r,f
tor both o( which tho hlghost market
pricos will bo paid.
S. M. IIOLCOMBHL
Liborly Station, Dec. 7, 1875 ?tf
NEWFIEM1EW U!
New PRicEs!
HAVING FORMED A PARTNER.
SIIIP IN THE MERCANTIE
BUSINESS, AND
OPENED IN
T II E
MASONIC IIALL
AT
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
o ?
WE ^11 AVE IN STORKS AND TO
arrive a largo and woll selector
HtOf it of
GROCERIES, IIATS AND CAP8fc
BOOTS and SHOES.
For whioh wo offer for eu*h> not onty
choap, but extremely low down for
CASH OR BARTER
wo rospocltuily invito our ftioa<!a
and the public in gonoral to cull r?n4
cxtumno our stock when thoy oorao to
town, bofora purchasing el.sowhoro,
IlcspootfuHy,
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
Nov 18, 1875 12
A
i
Member of our firm hnii just returned from
New York whore ho purchased the largos! Mock
1 of General Merchandise ever brought (o thi?
I Market, A
i Live Elephant
I.oosc on the sfraela would not ore%te tlie #35%
citoment ami wonder, I lift t our prices do.
Keat prints at only tan oouls. and otbor
good* at proportional^ prioes. Polite clerks
always in attendance, and rctuly lo plac%
our goodg
r?__u :l zi
un i^xmu'iion,
Satisfaction guaranteed or no salet, I>a*f%,
Stock of Groceries, Coffco, Sugar,
Cheese, etc.,
At
Ilntlom Figures. HaU pnd Bonis *n<^
Shoos of every grade and prior*. In f?cl^
any thing needed by tho fanner eaq ba had fti
Hudgins & Bolt's,
Hqmcmhor that (hid flanil I* in th? MmadI^
llall Ruildinor. froutinp tliix :> ?< k????
I he Depot of
Easley Station,
llaploy Station, ftotob?r 1875. fltf

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