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LOCAL ITEMS.
Church DirectoryRot.
Hugh MoLees, 1st Sundny at 8 r. m.
R?Jf, II. ArUll, 2d " ll a. *.
iC. Hudson, 8d ? 11 a. m
Hoy. J. Q. St<hj1*m?n, 4th ?' ll a. m.
WnrK Singleton at Saoona every
1st/Sunday and <9?turd?y before, at 11a. ra.
' Tho weather is fino and in ovory
* ?MJ .delightful. . ]
.
Mr. Parritt, has laid on our tablo u
bcot^ woighing four poundd. Who
f can'ifcVtm'
Qn Tuesday morning, tho first mar*
tin's of tho season mado thoir appear?
once. Jlow cheerful is their merry
twitter!
i ?*>?
The birds of spring begin to carol
* thoir song, on ovidonco that icy wintor
fs gone.
4^
Man is constantly committing inu
- o
propHoties, both in word and action,
which ho would, after timo for sober
rcflcclion has intervened, gladly ro%
call,'
Vegotation, which was sot back by
tho roccnt snows and sovoro cold
woatherof a fow wooks ago, has again
oommoncod to spring forth anew.
Messrs. Kichlo and Wyatt con temp
lato, at ftn early day, running an
% ovorland stago lino from Easley to
Andorson direct. This will bo a groat
convonionco to poisons wishing to go
^o tuo rntior piaco.
"More Anon" has sont us a hctorogonoous
mass of Easloy itoms, without
form and void?all of which is
ronpcctfully oonsignod to our wasto
basket. Tho real namo is not wan tod.
*
Col. G. W. Borroughs, will visit the
Cetonnial mooting atSecona, with his
organ, and asks all lovors of good
music to moot him on tho occasion
with nil tho nocossnry musical paraphenalia,
and ho will generously entertain
them.
+
* Alonzo M. Folger, our County Auditor,
left on Morula}' to attend the .Republican
Convention, which mot on
Iho 11 til instant in Columbia, for the
ptu'poiu; of electing delegates to the
National Itopublican Convention to
noininato candidates for President
1 and 'vice-President. Wo guess that
thoy will elect anti Grant delegates.
Tho farmers arc so busy that we
* scarcely socone come into town at
allil rimt is as it should be, for now
ia the time, of all others in tho whole
yenr,.that tho farmer bo occupied.
Friday 14th, is Good Friday. Make
: toady to plant all your gardon vegetables
on that day. It is thought, wo
know not why, that vegetables planted
on that day do bottor. It yoa have
v not already plantod.it would be well
to try it, whother thoro bo anything
in it or not.
T^o town of Central, on Air Line
Itailroad, clocted on 3d instant, tlu>
following gontlemen as Town Council:
J.C.Eaton, Intondant.
Wardens?J. II. Gaines, P. A. Keys,
II. C. Shirley, and II. I). Rowland.
?
* The pubfic installation of the ofcors
of Batos' Lodgo, No, 189, took
piaeo on Saturday last, at Eusloy
Station. The speakors for tho occasion
failed to attond, and consequently
tho largo cr >wd was greatly din-?
appointod. After tho installntion tho
crowd repaired to tho various vohicles
on tho ground and partook of a eonoioufl
baskot dinner gotten up by tho
Ladios.
I
Wo visited Kasloy on Saturday,
and was ploasod to soo tho many ovidcnccs
of matorial prosperity in that
growing and wido-awako littlo town.
Buildings aro going up on ovor hand.
Wo notiood twostoro rooms, tho largost
In tho placo going up, and will
soon bo comptotod. Wo noticod ono
Huinu omitting which scorns to bo very
. ** much in tho way, for it has, to our
knowlodgo, boon moved twioo within
two years, to give placo to other und
larger ones.
0 ^ ^
It becomos our sad duty to record
tho doath of Mr. 1). T. Cox, a young
gentleman who last yoa?, camo from
North Carolina, and sottlod in this
County. Mr. Cox was a toucher, and
at the time of his doath from Typhoid
fovor, was ongagod in teaching in
Kastatoo Township, whoro bo. with
othors, bos boon stronuously trying to
got up a Poabody school, But tho
grout Architect of tho UniVorso has
suddenly cullod him ft way from tho
bcciics o 1 his labors.
%
A groat doul of corn will bo plantod
during tho presont weok, if the woathorcontinuo
so favorable as now.
fir* Wo boo by tho Charleston
News and Courier of tho 6th instant,
that the first marrowfat pons of tho
soason wore offhrml ir. marUnfr. cn???r.
day at 20 oonts a quart.
"When thou art old and rich.
Thou hast noithor heart, affection,
limb or beauty
To mako thy riches ploasant."
It is surprising how fow books havo
been writton on tiio diseases inoidont
to eld ago. Wo know of no work
that would bo moro eronerallv road hv
o -J
tho modico legal word, or in fact by
nil classes, that ft "Trcatiso on tho
modical management of old age,"
written in a plain Btylo and free from
all technicalities, nor do wo know of
any modicino that is moro happily a.
daptod to tho alleviating of tho pains
and adieu of tho nged than Dr. Tntt's
Livor Pills, YVhilo thoy aot promptly
thoy do not wrench tho system or
Hhock tho most enfeebled constitution.
In cases of gout. Rheumatism, kidnoy
I diseases, torpid bowels, indigestion,
loss of appotito, thoir healing properties
aro truly wonderful. Thoir effect
on tho nervous systom is prompt,
quieting roetlinoss, imparting roirefth
ing sleep and vigor to tho whole system.
Tho old and young will bo aliko
benofked by tho uso of this truly os(
i r?-\ n LIa !#?!??*
VIIIIOUIU IIIUVIIUIIIU.
Don't Regard it as a Catoh pennyUratvfteld's
Female Rhoulatoh.?Wo
have often road in tho newspapers of the
grand success of medioal compounds pat up
nt the North and clsowhere. Many of thoae
medicines have had their day, and we hear
no moro of them. Tlioir proprietors have
made fortunes, not so much f?om the curative
powers and virtues of tlioir mixtures, as from
the notoriety given them by advertising, by
which peoplo were made to believe all tho
good that was said of them. A preparation
is now before the public which is becoming
very popular, anil is known as Bradfield's
Female Regulator, put up by L. II Bradfield,
of Atlanta. Ga., at $1.6t) per bottle. Such is
its curative virtues, that it has gained wide
spread popularity all over the country whore
it has been made known, and it is being in
troduced everywhere. NVe are informed that
immense quantities of this medicine are being
sold in all sections of the South and South
west, especially in the city of New Orleans
and in Texas.
This much wc say in justice to its proprie?
tor, who is a gentleman of integrity, and who
woulil lint murium t" '"? mon.if?i.i..-. 1
sale of a humbug.? I.a Grange Keportcr.
Two Miles before Breakfast.
In a neighboring city ia Gcorgin, there is
a married woman, who, nfler her third confinement,
!?>?? nuuor.it ion, with all its repulsive
symptoms. She tried in vain all the
nostrums; her husband carried her to all tho
famous) mineral springs, went with her to
New York, Philadelphia aud other places,
to consult eminent obstetricians, to no purpose.
After ihe uhc of the fifth bottlo of
Kcgulator, she has been fully restored to her
former heal)h and happiness, and is now the
joy of the household?is able to -walk two
miles before breakfast.
np 18, 1870 32 4
j ^'i1' ifiin ?i i ya
rS$r&irJ3B>l MI Mi WEARING MADK 1
^SbgpL'Hiin!WWi*am
n^oPJ^HAFTINQ.PULLtYS AND HANGERS!
iThe U N EQUALLED J AS. LEFFEL P OU BLE |
r ADDR^srPOOLE ^HUNT^
Esccutsr's Sals.
w I! will sell to tho highest bidder before ]
t t ine uouri mousc door at I'lekens, on
Saleday in May next for cash,
ONE BlI.'iHB in the Sassafras Turnpike
Company, it being one-eighth of the entiro
Stock. Sold ?h the property of T. A. Rogers,
deceased, for partitiou.
ALSO,
A lot of Nolo5 and Accounts appraised
worthless, of the Said Instate.
K. V. ALLOOOD,
SAMUEL J. HESTER,
Executors,
ap 18, 1H7? t2 8
STATF OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
PlRKENfl HnilfsSTV
JN PROBATE COURT.
James F Lay, vs. W A Lay, Mary B Martin,
Letta A Newton, M A Hester, W 11 Lay,
C A Lay, Chas. W Lay, and Susan E Lay.
Petition for appointment of Receiver.
To W. A. Lay, Kxecutor, of C. M. Lay, do?
ceased.
YOU arc hereby summoned and required
to appear at the l'robate Court, to he
iioikcii ni rickuiis V/Oiiri tioilRO, oil tl)C I hi
(lay of June next, for Piokens county, and
shew cause if any you can, why a lUoeivor
should not be appointed to take charge of
and have the entire management of the Kstaio
of tho said (!. M. Lay, deceased, as prayed
for in a petition this ilay filed in my office.
Given under my hand and Real of office at
Pickens Court House, thin 4th day of April,
1870.
I. II. rillLPOT, J.r.p.e.
EARLK, WKl.T.S ft TAYLOR,
Plaintiff* Attorneys.
aprilO, 1870 31 0
^^HITIVKK SVMMH.S,
ATTOHNKT AND OOUNSKLLOR AT i.AW,
ORP.P.KrVTT T 1? a n
I^rnctiocH in tho Circuit ourl and Court o
Probate for I'ickonsi ounly.
May 16 42 fim
Grant
MB TUB OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE ,
jou that 1
Will
Prove to all, thai I bar* m good and chcnp J
lot of Oonfeetions aa any to be found, and
there is I
Not
| A man who oan beat my Stock of Oanned '
1 /1 l- ?? * -
uuuiw. owiuei the above, I have purchased <
a etove, ?nd a nioe Lunch of Freeh Oysters <
can
B e
Had at any time, provided I am not '
Elected
Intendant, in whioh case you might,
Again,
Have to go homo hungry and moneyless.
But
iioping no suoh missfortune await* me, I
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a call, Mid 1
Will
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figure*, as my objcot is to live and let
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
11 nr * tduoii ?? - ? - '
... v.uaunnon, wnocnn dc rouna in the I'ost
Office at
Easley Station.
Deo 2, 1876 14 If
.........
ARRIVED and ready for delitcry, 100
barrels LIMB.
ANn
GOO BAGS OUANO. For sale by
R. K. HOLCOMBB & SON.
Kasluy, S. C., Jan. :?7. 1870 21 tf
"ALL AND WINTER GOODS! '
o
"VTOHII ATTKNTION IS MOST IIESI'KCT- JL
fully called (o (lie largest ami duciuedly i
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that has 1
oyer been exhibited in West Greenville; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GRnr!F.RTE8, Otc., eto.
Onr" prices are so low that no house this
side of New York cr.n
We eell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables ua to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand n large lot of
DOOUS, SASH and 11LIN 1)3, at prloea that
defy competition.
Wo also keep on hand a large lot of tliote
celebrated QUANOE l'LOW STOCKS, to
which we invite your attention.
We bavo also 'connected to our Store, a
a Large WAOON YARD, with ft woll of Good
Water, whioh in Free and Oraw to All.
CJELY A BBOTIIER,
Greenville 8. C., October 1, 1876. ao6U
ZYKALZYOl i
Wo are now prepared to furntah permanent situations
(or a Urge number of peraona, nude and female
who are I.rtkt.
lara aent free on application. Addreaa. with a tamp,
Boutuxmn Co-ofmativi Co., Naahvllle, Ten a;
I7VTT A T f7 XT A
?Jk X XV JUL JL8 ?1 X U I
twammaagamwhmbmm
Southern Home
SCHOOL FOR TOM LADIES,
Greenville St > Anderson. S CMn*.
J. V. M001l?, \
Mich 8. Y. K0IHN80N, f 1 nn?'P"1*
Miss L. BUTI.KR, Musio Teacher.
FlllHT Session commencing on the 4th of
January, 1870.
trrms pur Rttatox or ?iv* MONTHS.
For all the Higher Branches, including Frenoh
Latin and (ireok, and Mathematics $16 00
1 ntcrmediate Classes 12 00
Primary Classes 8 00
Music 'JO 00
Drawing and Painting 20 00
Board per month, exclusive of washing
and lights 12 50
Parties boarding with the Principals will
rxHMvn Tuition fr#r> for onn HAft?inn.
For further information, ndd.-Mfl
Mrs. J. V. MOORE,
Anderson, 8. C.
March 0, 1B7<> '27 4
. Notice!
GENTLEMEN, como up nnd SETTLE. If
yon dont, look ont.. No exctisc hereafIcr.
A word lo the rise is sufficent.
DH. A. J. ANDERSON,
ALSO,
All ?.ersons indebted to Drs. A. J. Anderson
f 3on will call nnd settle.
A. J. ANDBK80N k HON. I
I March li>, 1876 29 if I
newtadvertiseuenib.
Notice.
V. 8. INTERNAL REVENTE
Special Taxes, ;
31A * 1, 1870, to AFlUli m, 1877
THE Revised Statutes of tha United Static,
Button. 8282, 3237, 8288. and 8289, re.
juira ovary parson engaged in any buniaww.
evocation, or otnplojme&t which render blin '
MlitotfcalU Tm. to praoasvaad fto* i
>onapicuQ?6ry ia Kit tolabllsbment or plaoe f
>f bun! o?? a 8tamp donating the payment
if said Speoial Tax .or tho Speoial Tax Yoar
iegining Maj 1, 1870, befora commencing or
Bontinoiag businete after April Ml 1876. '
Tha Taxes embraced within the provisions
if tho law above quoted are the following, via:
Keotifiers, $200 00
Dealers, retail liquor, 26 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor, 100 00
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale, 60 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf ?* nn
*V .
Retail dealer* in leaf tobacco, COO 00 I
And on Mies of over $1,000, fifty oents
for every dollar in excess of $ 1,000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 6 00
Manufacturers of stills, 60 00
And for each still manufactured, 20 00 1
And for each worm manufactured, 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacoo, 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars, 10 00
Poddlirs of tobacco, first olaM (more
than two horses or other animals) 60 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two i
horses or other auimals) 26 00
PeddlerB of tobacco, third olass (one
horse or other animal) 16 00
Poddiers of tolacco, fourth clasa (on
foot or public conveyance) 10 00
Brewers of less than 600 barrels, 60 00
llrewer* of 600 barrels or more, 100 00
Any person so liable, who shall fail to comply
with tho foregoing requirements will be
subjeot to severe penalties.
Persons or firms liable to pay any of the
Special Taxes named above must *nnU to I.
UASS CARPRNTKll, Collector of'int'ernfti
KoTcnuoat Columbia, S. C., and pay for and
proourc the Special Tax Stamp or Clamps
Lliey aeed, prior to May I, 1870, and without
further notico, D. D PRATT,
Commissioner of Internal Aevenure.
Office of Iuternal Revenue,
Washington, D. C., Feb. 1,1876.
March 23. 1876 29 B>2a2
NEW STORE,
MEW GOODS I
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned have opened a House in
Paisley, near their Livery .Slnblo, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Fi*n?, name and style of RICHUY
fcWYATT. They guarantee bottom prieea,
ts they intendselling strielly for cosh. Give
llietn a call.
n. A. UICIIKY,
A. G. WYATT.
Ensley, Nov 22, 187."> i:i If
NEW GOODS!
I
mum numm hoods,
BOOTS, SHOES, and IJATS.
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
HARNESS,
GROCERIES,
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, ANI)FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY <fc SON'S.
NOTICE!
We lmvo received our
Fall and Winter Cloods?
ami Are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We have on hand two ear loads of Salt nixl
two sar loads of Bagging and Ties, which
we propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for Cltton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale l'rices.
notflf U. K. IIOLCOMBB h SON.
Easlsj School.
o
THR FIRST SESSION of th? aho-re School
will begin Monday, the 3d day of Jan1
ST A
,w,v'
For terms, eto., address the Principal,
J. Q. 8TOOKMAN,
F.ftMey, Station, S, (J.
Jsn?, 187fi 10 #m
HOLCOMBE 6 CHILD,
A TTORNKYS A T LA W.
PICKENS C. II. S. C.,
Will Fraction in all the Courts of tlie State
and of the United States, Husiness promptly
attended to. ,
March 18 1870 2ft
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GUANO!
fHH UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY l
call Oh# Attention of their friend* to the fact, j
that, iaaiMition to their (
Stock of General Mmkntae, I
Which is always full In 1(8 varied branches.
They have on hund a quantity of different
Standard Fertiliser*, at ilia following prioer.
Bradley's Ammonia teil
rliovphate.
Onsh Price, $46 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling (Jotton,
at 15'cents, CO 00
Atlantic Phosphate.
Cnali Trice, $14 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 00 Time
Price, payable in Middling Cotton
at 16 cents, 0 ? 00 ;
Blnpefl Phosphate.
Unsli Price.
"f'l" ""
Time Price, payable in Currrncy, 63 00
Wilcox <& Olbbfli' Manipulated
CSicano.
CaMi Price, $56 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 oonts, 70 00
Freight to bo added from Factory, and
payable in CASH. AH time b?1ch to be closed
by note, due l3t day of November next.
Respectfully,
HUDGENS & "BOLT.
Kasley, S. 0., Feb. 23, 1870 20
STONO PHOSPHATE CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SLUBI.B GUANQ, (Available Bono IM.os- <
pliate of Lime, 18.65 per cent. Amtnoniii, ]
8.14 por cent.) April 1st, $44; November 1st, I
$60. (Jottou optional?Middlings at 15 cuius. 1
$06. i
ARID PHOSPHATE, (Available Hone i
Phoaphato of Limo. 22.83 per ccnt.) April
1st, $28; Novomber 1st, $80. Cotton optional. !
$45.
Special rates to Oranges on cash orders.
:...i? - -
vi {laiuviiiars, nppiY'O
E. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.,
Or to
IIAGOOD& ALEXANDER, ;
Pickens, S. C. J
R. E. IIOLCOMBE,
Easloy, S. C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
Sonoca City, S. C.
Jan 27, 187G 21 3in
OKO, WILLIAMS afc <?N
CA BO LIN A FERTILIZER.
T1IE BRADLEY'S l'A VENT FERTILIZER
AND
TllE PALMETTO SOLUBLE ACID '
1
/' II OS r II ATE, ' 1
Have been used by I lie Planters of (lie South |
fnr Tpu (10) Years with matchlees success.
They scarcely need encomiums to recommend I
their continued use. The standard of thoir
excellencies guaranteed, and their results
prove 11KYONT) QUESTION that EVERY I
PLANTER who is alivo to HIS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER FERTILIZER.
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
A ?? n:_i " "
iiu L ICKCI1S, \J.
IIUD(iENS & BOLT,
Agents at K*!oy Station, 8. C.
Jan '27, 1870 21 3m
Wanted!
Everybody who read the Sentinki.
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, anu will kcop on hond at
1? A or I.^V UT A 'I'TAXT
IWVOIjIII !. O L 1\. 1 ,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MEItCIIANDISE, which they will
seii ns cheap us the ehenpest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LAUD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUR and MOLASSE^,
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CRACKEI5S,
CANDY, FISII, TOBACCO, &c.,&c.
Woolen ami Cotton Goods, L itest
Stlyles of Ladies', Mcfi's and Chil-1
dren's Hats, Boots and Shoes. Best I
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, ami
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of the same, and cordially invito
ALL who come to Rnsley Station to
?ivethem a call.
E. J-. POTTER, M. D.
KA8LKY STATION, 8. (5.
RADUATB of a repular chartered school.
The Dr. will respond to nil calls wiili
dispatch. All ctiflcs strictly confidential
I'mate <iiiien?OH treated in nil tluir varied
forms, with I he errorit t?f youth ami the dis>
ease* of women and children.
Ja?i fi, 1870 18 3m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
GiUEHVlllE C. Hm 5, C,
Practices in Courts ot Pickens
County, and in United States Courts 1
<a
!
NEW ADVERT1SEMKNTS.
Morton, Keith & Hollingsworth
a ttorneys a t la jr,
Will practice in the Circuit nud Pr?bftt?
Uourts for Piokcns County, and In tlie Unttnd
States Courts of litis Slate from that couoij.
[Jno of tbo Senior partners will be present to
insist in tho transaction of any important
justness during vaoation.
J. J. NORTON, \ w ..
W. C. KEITH. / Walhslla
C. L. HOLLINQSVfORTII,Pickcns C. II.
Maroh 28, 1870 29
Butler & McBee
ATTORNEYS AT LA W
(V.ND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
(gRBBHVIiLLE. 8. 8.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Of
THE STATE AWD OF TIIE UNITB1
STATES.
Sep! '28 10 tf
NORTON & IIAOOOD,
A T T O R NK Y tt AT LA \V
N8BUK398 8.
TXT ILL give their attention to I lie 1'rftstiM
VY niui to the Collection of PeneioBty
Bounty Lnntl and nil other Claims.
J.J. NORTON, J. E. HACOOD,
WiiUinlln, S. C, Pickens, S, 0.
July 27th 1871. 1 tf
Tlse Stuff or South Carolina
Pick ion a County.
By T. 11. J'/ulpot, J?/if t of Prolate.
Wiikrkah, Clnrindn Clark, lias made unit
lo mc to grant her Letters of Administration,
with the Will annexed, upon tho Kstatc and
Klfects of It. K. Clark, deceased ?
Tho kindred and creditors of the said 11. K.
Clark, arc therefore cited to be and ap?
pear before me, in the Court of Probate, to ho
liolden at Pickens C. 11., on 6'atnrday, tho 16
lay of April next, at 11 o'clock, a. tn.,
lo shew cause, if any they have, why the said
idministration should uol be granted.
tii.v-u uiiucr my imnu anil real tins, lUe
2Gth day of Mnroli A 1)., 187f>.
I. II. I'lIlLl'OT, J:p.ro.
March 27, 1875 80 2?
NEW AD V E111 ISEMEN18.
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justa, Maine.
FREE TICKET \
Philadelphia IKK
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Br /inCtlTQ A1iornK.lt Ticknt (it *Uo ad- m
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ara, A. J. IJ01.MAN& CO., ?JJiO Arch
I'liilaUelpliia.
fftSBBl'l',r> WEER guaranteed to Agenti,
XwWMaleand Female, in ?';cir locality.?
L|J I I Terms and OUTFIT FltEE. Address
T' 'P.O. VlUlfERY & CO., Augusta. Me
rpiIH Tunito <'?>. Stioudsburg, Pa., Kmory
_L Wheels ami Machinery.
$5 to $20 per (In}- hi home. Sttnplti worth
$1 free. Stinson Co., Portland, Mniito.
\\T A NTT 1.1 1 \ Agents for tho best
\V iYIN I. VjU selling Stationery
Packages in the world, it contains \ rj sheets
paper, 15 Envelops, golden Pen, Pen-holder,
Pencil, Patent Yard Measure, and a piece of
Jewelry. Single package, with pair of eie1'Jllll
finld Slolio Sli'pvn lliillniiu nail r>?,.l
25 c(h., 5 for * 1.(10. This package lias been
examined by the publisher of Ttiu Skntinbl,
nnd found us represented?worth the meuey.
Watches given away to all Agents.
Circulars free.
1(1111 >K N CO , 705 ttrondwny, New York.
I)SYCHOMANCY, <>lt SOUL CHARMING.
Mow either sex may fascinate nnd gain
the love and affections of any person they
choose, instantly. Thin art r.l! can posnciia,
free, t>y mail, for '25 cents ; together with ?
Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreamt,
Mints to Ladies, e!c. 1,000,000 #old. A queer
hook.
Address T. WII.LIAM & CO. rub' I'hila.
Ten years ago Messrs. Geo. 1' Rowell A.
Co. established their advertising agency in
New York City. Five years ago they nh?
sorbet! the business cotulnoted by Mr, John
Hooper, w'no was (lie first lo go into (hi*
kind of enterprise. Now I hey have the naii?~
faction of controlling Hie extensive and com*
plete advertising connection which has ever
been seen red, and one which would be hardly
possible in any other country but this. They
have Miceccdcd in working down a complex
business into so thoroughly a systematic
method that no change in the newspaper eye*
tem of America can escape notice, while the
wildest information upon all topics interest*
ing to advertisers is placed readily at the
disposal of the. public.
~$v\x Yorlt Tim cm, Juno 14,1875.
B lX.tL NiyiTLKMKNT.
rv will-I', id iicreny given nmi i*i?inew
1^1 Mansell. Admiiiiit rutor of (he F.Mnteef
Godfrey Mnuldin ha.? this day Applied to me
for leave lo make a Final .Settlement of 8?id
F.stnte ami a discharge therefrom, and the
pnme will l>o heard at my office at Pickens
Court House on Monday, 17th d*,r of April
next. I. If. PI!!LW)T, .t p.r.
Mnvcli it;, 1A70 '2* 4
F i \ a ii si:iTu:nEMT.
VTOTirn is hereby given that T.tiey If.
1> l.rocK, Ailiniiiislralrix of I ho of
W. ('. Urock, lias Miih <lny applied (o mo f*r
leave to innke a Fiunl Kdilciuenl ofnnid Kglull*
nii'l ? <li^oln?rge tlicrefYnm, ami the *nm?
will lie liciml nt my oflice, (it l'ieketis Court
Mouse on Monday, I'll" April next.
I II. I'll ILrOT, j
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