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- LOCAL ITEMS.
t ' Church Direotory.
Re*. Hugh MoLees, 1st Sunday at 8 p. m.
Rot. W, H. Ariftil, 2d " 11 a. u.
Iter. J. C. Hudson, 8d 11 11a. m*
Rot. J. Q. Stockman, 4th " 11a. m.
Saturday noxt is all-fool's day.
4^#
A gocd family horso for sale. Ap^
ply at this offico.
Tho rgpont snow storm was ton
inchos ticop in tho mountains.
Plant plonty of Irish Potatoos
Thov yiold abundantly, and nro almost
indisponsiblo to any family.
Fi-om tho molting snow and subsoQuont
rain, our mountain streams are.
much swolon.
Our Town Council havo net out a
row of young shado trees on cither
eido of main streot. A commendable
deed.
We saw on Saturday a wood-cock
killed near town by our Probate. For
a one loggod man, ho is a success as
a "huntist."
Tho rcccnt suddon chango from high
</. A 1 r .1
?.<./ iu>v i/uui|)uruiuru, irum mo uanny
brcczos of spring to tho icy ombraccs
of old Borons, has produced a groat
deal of sickness overy whore.
Died.?Mr. Josoph It. Freeman, a
rospoctnblo farmer, died of consump
tion at his residence, throo miles south
of this plnco, a short timo sinco.
- ? 4H*
Taxks.?Tho total assessment of
tnxos in this County is $20,417,95, of
which amount tho Treasurer had, op
to last Saturday night, eolleelcd over
823,000.
Next Saturday, wo learn, i? tho day
appointed for a mooting of tho Republicans
of this County to clect delegates
to the State Contention,
If an}' one lias a good inilclt cow to
dispose of, they can find a purchaser
- * < I !. ^ AI
Ut 11113 UIUV/U.
t If madam rumor lells the truth,
candidates in Ibis County will soon be
a.s thick as pig tracks around a barn
door. It only requires five dollars in
~ I.- I-1 -
MX ? t?HVV/ C KJ putui u tlio J I U Ul Uiil LI (J 11 OI
each announcemont in the Skntinkl.
?* ?
Tito l'onHon why tho Grconvillo
News is so -'slick," it i.s always greased
willi linn-seed oil. (Lynn C*
Doyle.)
- ?
Wo cull altcnlion to llic advertisement
of the Eusley Ilotc!, which aps
pears in this issue. Tins is a first
class house and kept by first class
gentlemen. Never fail to call on
tllQttl.
It is a dull timo with our rnor
chants. Thoy, howovcr, aro prono to
grumble, unless green-backs aro exceedingly
plentiful.
i ??o?
Our friend Taylor in getting bis fine
Kentucky horso woll trained tosinglo
lmrnc^. All tho young ladies in town
aro in groat cxpoetanc}'.
Tbo recont tailing woatber has
thrown our farmers considerably bohind
with their spring work.?
-aiaKO liny wliilo tho sun Rhinos,"
* should be tiro motto of ovory farmor.
I)uy.? Sinco tho lato rovonuo raid
in tho mountanicus section of our
County, wo hear many of our citizons
complaining of being "awful dry."
....
Tho snow that foil on Monday continued
till Saturday last. Tho greater
portion boing ulcot, caused it to melt
nlowor. The cntiro poach crop is
t kiilod. Vegotablo gardens did not
suffer, for tho reason thatnono cxccpl
tho hardy vogotablos had been planted. 1
Stato apportionment of tho schoo (
lurid of &i2f>0,000, will bo soon on our
outaido. Tho apportionment for Pick
ons will bo Boon to bo 3,090.80, a littlo '
loss than tho yoar prococding Tho
schools can, porhaps, bo run four 1
^ months upon this appropriation.
Your Name.--Wo havo received
x well writ ton and interesting eommm>
cation on tho subjcct of Domocratio
organization, whioh wo would
bo pleased to publish, but cannot do
no on account of an established rulo in
this office, which rcquiros tho real
namo of tho writer to a communication
to insure its publication. This is an |
oki cstaDiisnod rulo of most printing t
oflicos, and wo can not doviato Irom it 1
* in any instance. Tbo namo is not
roqulrod for publioation, but simply
as a uuarantoo of good faith. The
articlo abovo roforrod to is signed
"Vidians," and if tho writor will sond
us his nomo wo will, with pleasure,
iMifklSdlt I l*rk nti* 'i.liv 1
^ mv UIUV1U I'UA t WCOtf. I (
Installation.? Wo am I
to r til to that a ])itblic installation
consecration and dedication of Batos'
Lodgo, JNo. 189, A. P. M., will tako
plaeo at Eaeloy Station, on Saturday
tho 8th of April next, at It o'clock,
A. M. Tho fraternity, and also tho
community, aro invitod to attend and
bring with thorn wolUfillcd baskots of
provisions. Addrosscs will bo doliv>
1 i 1? ?
uruu uii tuu ucuurtiou,
?. ? ?
Runaway Scrapk.?A tmilo runas
way with a wagon in front of our offlee,
last Monday morning, upsolting
tho wagon and throwing Mrs Banks,
wbo was in it, out against the ground.
W O 1
hor head only missing tho corner of a
fen so a fow inchcH. Sho was badly
planned, but, wo arc glad to ?ay, noo
seriously injured. Tho mule smashed
up tho wagon and brought up in tho
middle of main street and remained
as quiet as though nothing had happened.
?i?-?
Died,?Wo regret to announco tho
death of Mr, J, B. Clayton, an estcomed
and well known citizen, who do.
parted ihis lifo, suddenly, on tho 22nd
in at., of a violent attack ot pneumonia.
Mr. Clayton was ono of our most influential
citizens, a patriotic gentleman,
an ofleclionnte husband, an oxomplary
futhor. In his doath tho
County has suffered a groat loss, and
his family irreparable calamity, llis
family lias our heartfelt sympathy in
their sad affliction.
Rbvknuk Raid.? Deputy Collector,
E. II. Ilarton, with a detachment of
Maj. Wagner's force, brought in, on
Tuesday evening last, from tho mouir.
tains of our Count}', fourteen prison
orst arrested for illicit distilling. They
wore all lodged in jail, where, perhaps
thoy will moro maturely rcflect upon
tho consequences of violating the laws,
however unjust they may bo. We
have liino and again admonished our
people to desist from tho illogal traffic
in whislcoy, but, it seems, without any
p{T,.M -r-,1 -f-i - I
v.. wvu, *- VI IIUJM vnu OOIIUVM *J I iiu VCi'i*'ty
will have a different ellect.
An AI'l'kafi to I?auknts.?Parents
do you lovo your children ? Then pro*>
servo their heailh. Next to the bless-*
ing of life Itself is the enjoyment of
ported heailh. How ninny are stricU
en down in their infancy almost without
a moment's noliec l>y that insidious
disease, Croup, simply through the
neglect to ho provided with the pi* por
remedy ? The tender plant is nipped
and withers ere it blooms. When
tho little Rulicror' has short, difficult,
hoarse breathing, with a harsh, metallic
cough, like coughing throuir a brass
trumpet, there is no timo to lose, lie
gin at once the use of Dr. Tult's Kx
peetorant and tho diseaso will rowdily
yield to it. Always havo it ready in
tho liouso, ns this fatal malady res
quires tho promptest treatment. It is
very pleasant to tho tasto, and children
take it readily.
Wanted!
Everybody who read the Sentinel
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well selected block of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which thoy will
sell as cheap as the cheapost, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR ANI) CO FREE,
FLOUR and MOLASSES
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CRACKERS,
OANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, ?fcc.,tfco.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Huts, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their.customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuanco
i?f the sume, and cordially invito 1
ALL who come to liaeioy Station to
u'i vti tlu-ni a call. (
E. J. POTTER, M. D.
EASILY STATION, S. C.
f ^ KADUATK or ft regular chartered school.
LjT Tho Dr. will respond to nil calls with
liHpfttch. All cases strictly confidential.
Private diseases treated in all their varied
'orms, with tho errorfi of youth and the din* J
fascs of women and children.
J au G, 1870 18 3iu
ISAAC M. BRYAN.
attorney AT LAW.
(MVILLE C. H? S, C,
Practices in Courts of Pickens
bounty, and in United States Courts!
\ ; i ? \
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you timt I
Will
Prove to nil, tliat I have as good anil cheap
lot of Confcclions aa any to bo fountl, anil
Not
I A man who can beat my Stock of Canned
Goods. lJesides tlio above, I have purchased
a stove, and a tiico Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can
B e
Had fit any time, provided I nm not '
Elected
Intcndant, in vrlilcli case yon might,
A g a i n,
Ilavo to go liomo hungry and moneyless,
U 11 f
CI L
Hoping no such miss Fori line awaits me, 1
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a call, and I
Will
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is lo live and let
'
T 1 __ -
jl _/ i v e i n
These hard times. l)ont. forget, to call on J.
K. GLAZKNKH, who can be found in the Post
Oflicc at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1876 11 tf
!fusw?. m ?
JW*W|p wuauu
' V -v V* m' H >7 >>.* s. ,-Vv , ,r
. ...O....
ARRIVED ami rca<ly for delivery, 100
barrels LIME.
AN'l)
ovO liAuo OUASO. For 8nle by
H. E. IIOLOOMBE & SOX.
Ensli-y, S. C., Jan. '27, 1^70 '21 If
iST E WAD V1011 1 IS K M KN I S.
d> 1 t~\ a tiny rtl home. Agents wanted. Otit(4)L/C
fitand terms free. True & Co., Augusta,
Maiue.
FREE TICKET \
Philadelphia
coinl for nil .stun- I
nicr. i roiii nny point in U. 8. ca*tof Ut.ili. fj
B?A f2 P N T Q Above It. It. Ticket (it also ad- m
AT rfULIv V v initM to Centennial ( rounds) /J
^ and $10 ca*h a clay easily uartied canvA*?iiiif &
0 for our paper, pirttire*, &< ,. Auyh >dy can da it. ifff
Particular* freo. Send a'Miess on postal card. JQjr
1 To receive copy of paper also, send 0 et-i. Ad- /6&r
\drcts : Tin: iixuhtiiatkh Wkkki.y,
* No. 11 Deybt*, New York.
Wanted !
Medals ami Diplomas Awarded for I10L?asjLi&8?
1,800 illuslralions. Address, fur new niwii.
lars, A. J. HOI.MAN & '.MO Arch /Street,
Philadelphia.
AHpyPr.K AVKKK guaranteed to Agents,
\ 7 fM'ilonniI Female, in (heir locality.?
y I I Terms ami OUTFIT FRHH. Address
T1 1 I'. (). VIUKHUV & CO., Augusta, Me
rnilK Tanite Co. Slioiulsburg, l'a., Emory
_l_ Wheels and Machinery.
$6 to $20 por day at homo. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
W\ l\l ' 11 IV I I AKon,s 'or the Dosl
i\.l> i VJlJ selling Stationery
Packages in the world. It. contains 15 sheets
paper, 16 Envelops, gulden "on, Per.-!;cU!cr,
Pencil, Patent Yard Measure, and a piece of
Jewelry. Single package, with pair of elegant
Gold Stono Slccvo Pultons, post paid,
'jr> ol?., ft for SI.00. This package has heen
examined by the publisher of Tiik Sf.ntinki,,
and found ns represented?worth tho money.
Watclus given away to all Agents.
Circulars free.
lUllDl! & CO., 7(1") Broadway, New York.
P8YCIIOM.VNCY, OR SOUL CHARMINGHow
either sex tuny fascinate and gain
the love anil affections of any person they
choose, instantly. This art nil can possess,
free, by mail, for 25 cents ; together with a
Marriage Guide, Kgyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to Ladies, e!o. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
book.
Address T. WILLIAM ,<c CO , l'lib' IMiila.
Ten vonrs ago Messrs. Goo. P llowell &
Co. established their advertising agency in
New York City. Five years ago tliey absorbed
the business conducted by Mr, John
Hooper, who was tho first to go into this
kindof enterprise. Now they have the satisfaction
of controlling the extensive and complete
advertising connection which lias ever
been secured, and one which would be hardly
possible in any othor country but this. Thoy
have succeeded in working down a complex
k.i.lro.a ?U. l-l- - '
........vc* imu ou inui uii^hiy u ?yniciiilti ic
method Hint no change in the newspaper system
of Aniorioa can escape nolico, while iho
wildest information upon all topics interesting
to advertisers is placcd readily at the
disposal of the public.
New lorkTlnicv, Juno 14,1875.
NOTICE
A M LMnAlSAn ?.:il K/k U*\A MAVix i .
A" ??i? .uviu'/h, iiiu
3d (lay of April next, tor Intondr?nt ond
Hour Wardens, for tlio Town of Pickens, for
he eiinuing year,
'J. II CARLISLE, Intendant.
W. M. IIaooop, Clerk.
Candidates On Dry Ticket.
1) F IIradi.ky, Inicndiini.
wai) llwti
W K Lcaley, John I. Thornley, Alonzo M
Mgor, W T McPftll. i
March lt)J 187(3 L?8 8
NEW ArtVP.iiTiaiP.Mir.VTa I
Notice.
V- S. INTERNAL REVENIE
Special Taxes.
MAY 1, 1870, to AP1UL 30, 1877
rpHH Revised .Statutesof the United Statc.s,
JL Sections 8282, 3237, 3238, and 3239, re?
quire every portion engaged in any businens,
avocation, or employment which render hira
liable to a Special Tax, to nrooure ami nta?><?
conspicuously iu his establishment or placc
of busiuess n Stamp donating tho payment
of said Special Tax .or tho Special Tax Year
begining May 1, 1870, before commencing or
continuing business after April JIO, 1870.
The Taxes embraced within tho pvovisions
of the law above quoted arc tho following, viz:
Rectifiers, $200 00
Dealers, retail liquor, 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor, "v 100 00
Dealers in malt liouors. wholesale. AO oo
Dealers in mult liquors, ret ail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobaccc, 25 00
Ketail dealers in leaf (obacco, 000 00
And on sales of over $1,000, fifty cents
for every dollar in excess of $1,000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 0 00
Manufacturers of stills, 50 00
And for each still manufactured, HO 00
And for each worm manufactured, 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco, 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars, 10 00
L'cddlirs of lobncco, firs'; class (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two
horses or other animals) 25 00
rcuuiers 01 (olmcco, third class (one
liorso or oilier animal) 15 00
I'oddlers of toi.acco, fourth class (oil
foot or publio conveyance) 10 00
Brewers of less than 500 barrels, 50 00
Brewer? of 500 barrels or more, 100 00
Any person so liable, who shall fail to comply
with the foregoing requirements will be
subject to severe penalties.
Persons or firms liable to pay any of the
Special Taxes named above must apply to L.
CASS CABl'ENTKU, Collector of Internal
Revenue at Columbia, S. C., and pay for and
procure tho Special Tax Stamp or stamps
tliey need, prior to May 1, 187(5, and without
further notice, 1). 1> PRATT,
Commissioner of Internal Kevenurc.
Office of Internal llevenuo,
Washington, 1>. C., L'eli. 1, 1870.
March 28. IS7U 20 n?2n2
NEW STORE,
MKW UOOllS!
j AT E AS LEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned liavc opened a House in
Kasley, near their Livery .Viable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
j ruder the Firm, name mid style of RICI1KY
H YATT. They guarantee bMlom prices
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
II. A. KfClfKY,
A. 0. WVA'l'T.
Kmloy, Nov 22, 1 S7~? i:> If
NEW GOODS!.
m
EPHTKHEH'B rDRKISHIHG GOODS,
n/\rvnn r\ * r ^ */- *?
lHJVLd, iSllUliS, ani) 11 Alb,
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND
H A 11 NEBS,
GROCERIES. ;
SUA a t> pnr.,i,,u n \ nr>\r r ttm
uuvunv, vy l' jl' nivvjvy li iv uu
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc ;
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
We lmvo received our
Fall uiid Winter (n i>ods9
and are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
\Vr? lifLvr* An linml Iu?a /*a?? l<?n<lo af
(wo ear loads of Hugging and Tics, which
wo propose lo sell at (Irconvillo prices.
Highest cash pricc paid for Cjtton. <
Wrapping l'aper at Wholesale I'ricos.
noOlf It. K. HOl.COMBE Si SON.
Edav Sp.linnl
miij rvvuveaa
o i
rnilB FIH8T (SK8SI0N of llio above School
1 will begin Monday, the 8d day of Jannary,
1H70. i
For terms, etc., address tho Principal, f
J. (J. STOCKMAN, "
Knsloy, Sinlion, S, C.
Jan 6, 187ft IX 8in
HOLCOMBE & CHILD, J
A TTOUNE YS A T LA W. j
r i u iv i<; m s u. ii. s. <j.,
Will IVfictico in all the Courts of tho Stnto
nnd of thoUnited States. Ilusincss promptly
attended to. ,
M arch H>, 187G 'JH
*....
is J?J W A J) V JS KTIS KM EN TS.
MIKIIT'8 S t I,V.
STATE OF SOtJTli CAROLINA.
Pickens CountV.
B.Y virlno of tin order from Hon. T. Hi
Cooke, Judge of the 8tl? Judicial (Jirouii- I
will sell beforo tho .Court House door at
Pickens, C. 11., on Saleday in April nerft, the
following Properly to wit:
Two Hundred and Twenty-five /lcrcs more
or less, situate in l'ickens County, 011 Twelve
Mile river, adjoining lands ot the Estates of
Martha I'arrott, deceased, 11 Y. II. Griffin,
deceased, and others. Sold as tlio property
of E. II. Griffin. Jr., deccaved, for payment of
debts and partition'
Thumb?One fourth cash, and the balance on
a credit until the 1st of December next; cred?
u portion 10 no Secured liy a nolo with twd
good securities, and n mortgage of tho prem.
iscs. Purchasers to receive (lie rents for the
present year.
ALSO,
Tlic Mill Place, contninitig Ton Acres more
or less, bounded by lands of \V. A. Lesley.?
On this place is a good Mill, a Cotton Gin
atul other machinery. This Mill is within one
mile of the Court House, and Is a valuable
place. Sold astiic property of K. 11. Griflin
& Urol her, for partition and payment of
debts.
Tkkms?One-fourth cash, ami the
Uer on ft credit utiiil ilie 1st of l)ccen>ber
noxt| credit portion to be secured by a note
Willi two good sureties, iind a mortgage of
the property.
A LSO,
15y virtue of an order from I. II. Pliilpot,
Jmlga of l'robatc for Pickens County, 1 will
sell ut the same place, ami 011 the same day,
One Lot of Land in tho '/'own of Pickens,
on tlie corner of Main and Ann streets, fronting
Fifty Feet on Main ami One Hundred Feet
on Ann street. Sohl as ih<> nrnnnrtv nf P
II. Griffin, .Jr., deceased, for payment of
debts and partition. This Lot is nearly oppo.
site (lie Court House, and tlte mo^l desirable
Lot for a store in town.
Tkiims?One-lourtli onsli, and (lie remainder
on a credit until the 1st of December next;
the credit portion to be secured by a no e
with two good sureties, and a mortgage of
the premfses. Purchasers to pay lor titles to
the above lands.
I will also sell for cash the following property
belonging to the Firm of 15. 11. Gritlin
Si ltrother. to wit.
The Humting Gear of a Sash Saw Mill,
comparatively new and complete, except the
Saw. Also, I lie K mining Gear ol' a Grist
Mill.
.1. Ull.HY FHllGUSON, s.r.o.
March in, 1870 18 :i
GUANO!
Till'- nxnrciisinvm lironi'mtpirrT,. I
. v ?-?*> ax uo l uiy i r u liii l
cull ilie attention of their friends to the fact,
that, in niMition to their
Stool: of General Merchandise,
Which is always full in its varied branches.
They have on hand a quantity of different
.Standard Fertilizers, at. the following prices*
IS i* a <1 1 c y " h a in moil iali'd
I'liosphaie.
t'asli Price, J? l-r> Ort
rum." I'ricc, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 1"? cents, GO 00
AilaiiUc I'liosplialo.
Cash Price, $M 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Colton
at 16 cents, 03 00
Jlajxvs l'liospliutc.
I'nul. ? - "
^ Ul>
Time l'rioe, payable in Cum ncy, 63 00
Wilcox tV 4>iil?l?s' , Muiiipuialcd
?5initio.
Cnsli I'rice, $?"> '? 00 i
Time I'rice, payable in Middling Colton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight <> l>e added from Factory, and
payable in CASH. AH lime sales to be closed
i?y note, due 1st day of November next.
Respectfully,
IllJDGKNS & BOLT. I
.1ISIUJ-, O. U., PCD. - >, liG
STONO PHOSPHATE CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SLUHLB OUAXO. (Available P.one Phosphate
of Lime, 18.55 per cent. Ammoniu,
1.11 percent.) April 1st, ?44; November 1st,
$50. Cotton optional?Middlings at 15 cents.
ill"
' AIUD rilOSlMIATE, (Available Hone
Phosphate of l-inie. '22.8!] per cent.) April
1st, $28; November 1st, $30. Cotton optional.
515.
Special rates to Oranges on cash orders. .
For particulars, apply to
hi. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.,
Or to
II AG OOP Sc ALKXAXDKIl,
Pi eke ha, 8. C.
IJ i; fl/^r n/\tr??f?
ji. rj. xiunuJWliK,
Kftsloy, 8, C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
Seneca City, S. C. 1
Jan 27, 1870 21 3m
GtKO, WILLIAJIS cV ( oN 1
CAROLINA FERTILIZER. (
I
the mi a hi. Ers r.i text feu til izer
A?l>
the ralmetto soluble acid
(
rnosrriA te,
In.,,. " "
uvvn unt-ti ny me riantcrs of (he South '< .
or Ten (10) Years witli nintohleos success. I
Phcy scarcely need encomiums to recommend | ,
heir continued use. The standard of their
>xceUeneips guaranteed, and their results 1
trove TJHVONI) QUKSTION that KVKRY j (
PLANTER who is alive to HIS OWN FNTERURTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER FJiR. . i
riLIZKR.
IIAG001> & ALRXANDER,
ngonts ni ficKons, 53. U. I .
llUDURNS k BOLT,
Agonts ftt Ealoy Slation, 8. C.
Jan 27, 1870 '21 8m '
. I I . ?
NEW ADVKUTlSKiMKNTS.
Liicrty Station, A,LIS.
?. ..- o??.
MTtRE i\i;w STOCKS
I RESPEcTtftfLLY IMFOM. Till
citizens of Piekons Cfounty and
surrounding collntry, tffat f
1 < -- M
ikivc opened a new tthef
fresh atock of
DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROCKER*,
LAMPS & lv EROS EN OIL.
I Imvo now and will continually
Ifnon nn linml
v... \juilllllliuv ill I)AV/U*I I
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I have just icceived 400 sacks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackerel?-consisting of
whole barrels, half barrola and quart*
cr barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks Codec. All of which will b?
sold cheaper than in any other Conntry
Store in Pickens. All who wish
the abovo artieloH at low prices, will
do will to call on me, before purchase
ing elsowhere.
WAVliM
1 want delivered at Liberty 100Q,?
000 Shingles* 10,000 bushels of Corn;
lor Doth ol which the highoBl market
prices will be |>aid.
S. AI. IIOTiCOMHlt,
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1875 ?If
NEW FillIEW MS!
(New Prices!
IIAVING^ FO KM KD A PAitTJ? RUSH
IP IN THE MERCANT1B
BUSINESS, AND
OPENED IN
T II K
MASONIC HALL
AT
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
o
WE HAVE IN STORE ANI) TO
arrive rx largo ami well soloctoj
Block of
SW-f ?f I Si
GROCERIES, IIATS AND CAP8r
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for nalo not only
chcap, but cirtroiiicly low down lor
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invito onr frienda'
and tho public in general to call and1
examine our stock when they como 16'
town, beforo purchasing efsowhero.
Kcspcctfully,
DROWN ?fc IIEN DRICRSvNov
IS, 1 S7o 12
m ?
FAIL AND WINTER BOOMl!
o_?.?
Your attuntio* rs most" nfisrffct^
fully civlldl to (lie largest and dccidcdljt
!l?e cheapest stock of goods lhat has
nfver bren exhibited in wrtft (trccntihc; coridsting
of dry goods. boots, shoes,'
hats; hardware, crockery,
groceries, etc.. ctc.
our priccs arc so low that no hount thio
idtv of now \wu nftn
\\'c hcII Goods ptiicfly for CARII, wKieh'
enables rtfi to mftfcc ffio. above declKr?MtfW;
We kt>P[.'?onsl*?nlly on hartd ft )nrg(T Tbt ?f
DfOOTt?; ffASn'nrt(t ItLfSlDS, *t ptfefes ?*???'
lofy compcliiiort.
Wo nlso fcee'p on bnr.il n large lot of Ihom'
:cM>ra(c<l OUANTOK' PLOW STOCK*, t<v
Tliich inVite yoiir at I cm ion'.
Wc haVe alsft conriocfc<f to orir Store, iC
k LnrR? WAGON TAltl), *iiTi * Well of 0?oo<tl
Vntcr, which is Free rtn<I rtrn;< to Ai.fJ.
CRliV A irBOtllRtt,
(ircenVillc S. C., Ofcloher 1, 187o. *o(>?|

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