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' LOCAL ITEMS. "
Church Directory.
Rot. Hugh McLtes, 1st Sunday at 8 p. M.
Roy. W. H. Ariftil, 2il 11 a. m
T rs ti?a o j ' *
????? <p| v? uuu9uii) OU M II A. m
Rov. J. Q. Stockman, 4th 11a. m.
Rct. W. D. Singleton at Sacona ovory
1 at Sunday and Saturday bcforo, at 11 a. m.
Thoro >8 a strangor in town. It in
a boy. Congratulations Julo.
?
Loon! items aro noarly as scarco as
hon's tooth.
s mm .
Contonnial cravats aro fashionable
this floanon.
* Chickons woro never soarcor in this
mnrkot. A good prioo can bo obtained
for thorn now.
Bean and Poa blooms havo been ro
ported as making thoir appoaraneo in
tho gardens in town.
Wo hoar that somo of iho poaches
throughout tho County oscaped tho
^ frost.
4 ?
Tho pic-nio soason is on hand, and
wo are informod that tho Good Templars
of this plaoo propose having ono
on Glassy Mountain on tho 13ih of
Miiv.
?/
Tho public well has at last boon
x eloanod out, to tbo groat delight of all
concornod.
Tho County Commissioners were in
soBAion last Saturday. Wo learn that
noftrly all tbo "bridge nionoy" under
tho specific apportionment, has alroady
boon oxponded.
^ Wo have novor seen finer weather
than tho past woolc. '-Vogetation in
putting forth rapidly, and tho woods
aro nearly as groen as thoy aro ir. summer.
Tbo "dry" ticket in the recent election
in tbo town of Kaslcy, was carried
by a very heavy majority. The
/citizens of Easle}', we think, havo got
their heads level at hist on this question.
iiuliiH Oats, an old citizen of this
County, died at his residence at old
PiekonHvillc, last woek. Mr. Oats
leaves a argo family to mourn his
Hfliitli
The momboraof IMcUcus Lodge, No.
108, I. O. Ci. T., are requested to attend
the regular meeting, on Saturday
evening next, at 7 oolocU, as 1ms-.
inosfl of importance i.s to bo transacted
at that timo.
o
J. lliley Ferguson, Sheriff, wo arc
informed, has given a now bond, which
cuuld not h.'.vc been any bettor for
- a / n- ? ....
i>uu uuiuuiiL, ii vyomnioaore v anucrbiit
had signed it. Wo aro not without a
SlierifT yot.
o
Tlio Contonninl mootingcommences
at Sooona Church on Saturday next,
and will bo continuod until Sunday
evoning. Tho addressos, wo beliovo
uro to bo dolivorod on Saturday. All
^rho lojoioo in religous liborty should
attend this mooting irrcspoctivo ol
crood.
\ o
All Men?in Eastatoo Township,
rogardloss of party or color?who
Trans, an nonost stato government, arc
roapoctfully rcquostod to attond a political
mooting, at Antioch Church, on
Saturday tho 6th day of May, next, at
8 o'clock P. M. Follow citizons our
intorosta aro ccrtainly tho eamo, come
out and lot uh work togothor for tho
redemption of onr nativo State.
f Committeeman.
o
Dacusville Democracy.?Wo aro
informed that a Domocratic Club was
organizod at Dacusvillo on last Saturday.
Wo havo not boon ablo to
got full particulars of tho organization,
but nro informed that thoro wan quito
n largo mooting, and much intoroat
was manifoBtod in tho movomont,
, / "
Cortain parties in town aro rubbing
up their old rusty firo-arms proparatory
to ft "scrimago." Wo will go
ten oents towards funeral oxpcn8on?
providod, always, novortholoss, notwithstanding,
howsomovor, thai tlio
right person is "kilt."
If you want to hoar a printer curso,
juat lot him stroll off on a Sunday and
iuI*uiii iiumu una nna tlio clnldron
have loft tho gato opon> tho hogs got
in and rootod up all his sweot potaloos,
and tho cowh oat up nil his English
Peas. If you want to hoar ronl
English oursing just stand ofl* and
liston to him; but don't go too near
him, for four ho might sot you up
- without a bond.
4
Good Wheat.?Mr. Joromiah Looper,
ono of our most practical and sUocossful
farmers, haB shown us a stalk
of tho finest wheal wo havo soon thin
season, 10 was noaaou out and lookod
healthy and vigorous. Mr. L. took
tho stalk from afivo aero piocoof land
on which ho mado 29$ bushels to tho
aero two years ago. llo says it ie
much better this year than it was
then, and ho oxpccts to mako 40 bush
els to tho aero, if no disaster bofalltj
it. Ho has forty busholssown, whero
no unci couon last yoar. This is son-<
siblo, and Mr. L.opor hns started out
on tlio right road to real prosporty.
??.?o Wo
bolicvo that moro wheat and
oats vioro sown in this County la^t
fall than at any other timo sinco the
war. If our pcoplo will only continuo
this good beginning and incroaao the
quantity overy fall until they make a
surplus, thoy will soon bo prosperous
and happy?tlio much drcadod guano
notos will have no torrois then,
Popularity.?It is a self evident
fact that unless a person m poasosscs
sterling worth ho will not havo the
cstoom of his fellow men. It is true,
that for a time ho may decoivo, but
eventually his faults will bo exposed.
This is applicable also to articles
reccommended to the confidence of
purehasers. For a brief period by
false commondations and glittering
oxterior, tlioy impose on tho pooplo,
but an soon as tested tlioy are oast
asido. Tho test of ten years has proven
tho intrinsic worth of Dr. Tutt'w Hair
I)yo, and to day no preparation enjoys
greater popularity. From yoar
to yoar the demand lor it has increase
ed, and now it is in general use both
in this and foreign oountrios. 2so
stronger proof of its valuo could be
given.
??? i I fll >H?I
4, <4 /^r>y flllLlj (iEAKINU MADE |
? rJliTuKEOTAT.T.ED JAS. LEFFEL DOUBLE|
Address, POOLE & HUNtH
Don't Regard it as a Catch penny1
? n a i > ? i k 1.1 >' s F k m a i. k H k ? . r r, a r o n. ? m'c
have often ntn<l in (he newspapers of the
grand Hiieeess of tnodicnl compounds put. up
at the North tiu<l elsewhere. Many of those
medicines linvc luul their day, ami \vc hear
no more of them. 'J'hcir proprietors have
made fortunes, not so inucli from ilie curative
powers and virtues of tlicir mixtures, as from
llie notoriety given tliom by advertising, by
which people were made to believe all the
good that was said of them. A preparation
is now before the public which is becoming
very popular, and is known as Mradtiold's
Female Hegulator, put up by L. II Itradfield,
of Atlanta, Ua., at >i.ou per bottle. Such i5
its curative virtues, fhat it has gained wide
spread popularity nil over the country whore
it has been imulc known, nn<l it is being introduced
every wliero. We are informed that
immense quantities of thin medicine aro being
.sold in all sect ions of (lie Soulh and Soul b
west, especially in the city of New Orleans
and in Texas.
This much wo sny in justice to its proprietor,
who is a gentleman of integrity, and who
would not engage in the manufacture and
sale of a humbug.? I.a Orange Reporter.
Two Miles before Breakfast.
In a neighboring city in Georgia, there is
n mniM'ioil ivninun ?
..v,( imci iivr uiiru cuiitinement,
had nuceration, with all its repulsive
symptoms. She tried in vain all the
nostrums; her liusbnnd carried her to all the
famous mineral springs, went with her to
New York, Philadelphia, and other places,
to consult eminent obstetricians, to no purpose.
After the use of tho fifth bottle of
Regulator, she has been fully restored to her
former heftlth and happiness, ami is now tho
joy of the household?is able to walk two
miles before breakfast.
ap 13, 1H7<5 82 4
ZYKALZYOl
Wo nro now prepared to fiirniah permanent situations
(or a largo nuinticr of persons, malts un?l feuialo
Klionro I butofWorkfl Psrtlcu
Iath sent freo 011 application. Address, with stamp,
South Kit n Co-oi'kiiativb Co., NiuIivIIIo, Toon.
Yx 1 K A L Z Y O I
CiJF-O, WIIililA]IS iV , o\
CAROLINA FERTl LIZE R.
Till) BR AI >1.V Y'S PA TENT FERTILIZER
AND
rp ti r.t r> 4 r ifn s\ t rr., . ? -
i/ll> 0<///(////; ft AC'//)
rnospiiA ti:,
Have been used hy tlie Plftntora of (ho South
for Ten (10) Years with niatchlees success.
They scarcely need encomiums to recommend
their continued use. Tho standard of their
excellencies guaranteed, and their results
prove BEYOND QUESTION that EVERY
PLANTER who is alive to MIS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE Nt) OTHER FERTILIZER.
II AG GOD k ALEXANDER,
Admits nt Pickons, S. C.
HUDHtiNS & BOLT,
Agonts ut. Ksloy Station, S. (J.
Jun ii7, 1870 21 Um
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
A Fine LINE
I
I
OF
i
in goods,
j&ia&i dotibhs at
I
McF ALL'S,
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit the times.
At MoFALL'S.
o? ?-?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
At McF ALL'S.
VJltUUlVI^KI, 11 iN AJNJJ 11AKDWARE.
Pricoe Way Down.
At McFALL'S.
- - Q
FaNCiY ar Fa mit.y r:nnni;i?nrc
At McK ALL'S.
o
DUUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure
and genuine?will euro tlio sick and
makellie well feel better. Try me?
Don't bo backward but ask (?. )
" bat you want..
Respectfully,
W, T. Mo Fall.
March 30, 187(5 30
C f 'i r~\ 4
VJT l cl 11 L
MKTIIK OPPOttTUNITY AND I ASSUUK
von dial I
Will
Wove to all, that I have as good and cheap
lot of Confections as any to be found, ninl
there is
Not
A man who can bent niy Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides the above, I have purchased
a utove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can
1J c
Unci at any (into, provided I am not
E 1 e c t e cl
Intcnilunt, in which ease you might,
Again,
Have to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping 110 such niisafortune awaits nic, I
cordially invite nil my hungry friends to give
inc a call, ami 1
Will
Appease Ilicir hungdr on short noticc and at
low figures, as my object is lo livo anil let
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
l It. G [jAZUNKR, who can be found in tho 1'ost
Offico at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 if
Mor's Sal:.
WK will (tell to tlio liiglicai. bidder before
tlin Court I[ouhc <loor at Pickens, on
^alcday in May next for cash,
p ONE 811/IKB iu tbo Sassafras Turnpike
I :? u-: _s_i.iL -r .1 ..
V-UJII I'UllJf, < UOIIIR UIIC-UIK'IHI "I llie Ollliro
Stock. Sold as the property of T. A. Itogors,
dccoaacd, for partition.
ALSO,
A lot of Note? and Accounts appraised
worthless, of the s?Ul Estate.
K. F. A LLQOOD,
SAMUKL J. IIKSTKR,
Executors,
up 13, 1870 3
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice.
V- 8. INTERNAL REVENUE
Special Taxes,
MAY 1, 187G, to APRIL 30, 1877
ri!lIE llevisod 5tatutesof tlie United States,
JL Sections 023a, 8237, 3238. and 3239, require
every person engaged in any business,
avocation, or employment which render him
liable to a Special Ta*. to procure and place
conspicuously in his establishment or place
of business a Stamp donating tho payment
of said Special Tax .or tho Special Tax Year
begining May 1, 1870, before commencing or
continuing business after April 30, 1870.
The Taxes embraced within tho provisions
of the law nbove quoted are tho following, viz:
Keclificrs, $200 00
Dealers, retail liquor, 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor, 100 00
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale. GO 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 UO
Dealers in leaf tobacco, 25 00
Iletail dealers in leaf tobacco, 500 00
Anil on sales of over ?1,000, fifty cents
for every dollar in exccss of ?1,000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 5 00
Manufacturers of stills, 50 00
And for encli still manufactured, 20 00
And forcncli worm manufacluied, 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco, 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars, 10 00
Peddlirs of tobacco, first class (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second Class (two
horses or other animals) 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, tliinl o.ln??
horse or oilier animal) 15 00
Peddlers of toi.aeco, fourth class (on
foot or public conveyance) 10 00
Brewers of less than 500 barrels, 50 00
Brewers of 500 barrels or more, 100 00
Any person so liable, who shall fail to comply
willi the foregoing requirements will be
subjecl lo severe penalties. _
Persons or firms liable to pay any of the
Special Taxes named above must apply to L.
CASS CARPENTER, Collector of Intornal
llevenucat Columbia, S. C., and pay for and
procure the Special Tax Stamp or otamps
they need, prior to May I, 1870, and without
furthernotiao. D. 1) PRATT,
Commissioner of Internal Kovcnurc.
Office of Internal Revenue,
Washington, D. C., Feb. 1, 1870.
March 23. 1870 20 m2a'2
_
NTT? WW onn^\T-? T
jinl v v o i uivn,
MEW n001>S!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned have opened n House in
Hnslcy, near their Livery .Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Firm, name and style of RICIIKY
oc u ttii l. xncy guarantee bottom prices,
as llicy intend soiling strictly for cash. Give
ihum !i call.
n. a. nitjiinv,
A. G. WVATT.
Kasloy, Nov 2'2, 18T"> 1 > tf
NEW GOODS!
Wry
C'llTLEHEirS rURHISHIHG GOODS,
BOOTS. SHOES. AND MATS
* I 1
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND
HARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGAIIS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
Wo Imvc rccclvcfl our
Fall aiul Winter <? immIs,
and nro prepared to sell goods at low licures
We liave on hand I wo car loads of Salt find
(wo car loads of Bagging and Tics, which
we propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash pricc paid for Citton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Priccs.
notttf R. K. IIOLCOMBK & SON.
Nil 1016 Ft 9H HA LKS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
M nil lift A. Steele ftiul Stisftn M. Alexander
lMfttnlifln, va. I). M. Alexander, /ldin'r?
L. N. Iiobins, Exoeutor, Defendants.
BV virtue of ftn execution Jo mo directed,
1 will sell to the highest bidder, before
the Court House door, at l'ickens C. II., on
Snlcdny in Mny next,
One trftct of Land, situate in Pickens
County, on Milo Creek, wati-rs of Kcowee
Uivni* Pfill Mil ll i Ilir *200 iu;rf?y lnuo
i\i)Joining binds of I.. N. Robins and others.
Lovied on as tho property oi' llardiu I'rico,
deceased, at tho suit of M. A. Steele and Susan
M. Alexander.
TE/?MS CASH. Purchasers to pay extra
for papers.
J. 111 LEY FERGUSON, e.p.o.
ap 1<)> 187l> 31$ :]
. .. .1 iTuiTi.T ~.ii . T ' "T.fi.- ' in . i
JS'EW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1
GUANO!
Till? UNDERSIQNED RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of their friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
Stook of General Merchandise,
Which is always full in its varied branches.
T1 ?
iiiv-j nnve on nana a quantity of different
Staudard Fertilisers, at the following prices1
RriulIey'N Auimoiiiatcrt
lMtoapliute*
Cash l'rice, $15 00
Time l'ricc, payable in Currency, 51 00
Tinie l'rice payable in Middling dotton,
at 15 ccnts, t 00 00
Atlantic Phosphide.
Cash l'rice, $11 00
Time l'ricc, payable In Currency. 50 0O
Time l'rice, payable in Middling Cot
ton nt 15 cents, ~ Co 00
ilIapeN lMiosphale.
Casb Fri< o, * 918 00
Time Price, payable in Currrncy, 53 01)
Wilcox 4.V Jlauijuala(c<I
4?uaiio.
Cash Price, ?55 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Col- '
Ion, at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be addo,l from l.\ir?fn?.?r .....i
payable in CASH. AH (line srtlcs to be closetl
by nolc, due 1st day of November next*
Respectfully,
IIUDGENS & BOLT.
Enslcy, S. 0., Feb. 23, 187(5 20
STONO PHOSPHATE C 0.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SLUNLE GUANO, (Avnilnblo Bone l'liosplmte
of Lime, 18.55 per cent. Ammonia,
3.14 percent.) April 1st, $14; November 1st,
SKO fir.linn ?.li ' ?!!. ..! --
vv..v.. uruuum?uiuuuiigs ni io cents.
$t>o.
ARID PHOSPHATE, (Available RonePhosphate
of Lime. 22.83 per cent.) April |
1st, November 1st, $30. Cotton optional.
$45.
Special rates to Granges on cash orders.
For particulars, apply to
K. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.,
Or to
HAtiOOD & ALEXANDER,
Pickons, S. C.
R. E. IIOLCOMBE,
c? r\
iViiOIUJ', O. V/.
J. w. LIVINGSTON,
Sonocii City, S. C.
Jan 27, 1870 21 3in
Wanted!
Everybody who read tho Skntini-x
t.% ll.nf
* v nilV'H III
Hendricks & Williams
Have, ami will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as tho cheapest, consisting
in part of
I) \ ? U \ \T . .... T A ll n
SUGAR AND COFFER,
FLOUII AND MOLASSES,
LEATHER AND SALT,
CHEESE and CRACKERS,
CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO,
\\r?. 1... 1 r\ t .
tr UU1UII UUU WOWOI1 \JIOOUS, JjttlOBl
Stlyles of Ladies', Glen's and Children's
Hats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready Made Clothing at ?5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continnanco
i>f flift OAliin niw
UI?W?V?J l??IV4 \/VI VI IIHIJ III V IIU
ALL wito come to liaeioy Station to
?ivo them a call.
NOTICE
ALL parties having clamis against (lie
Firm of E. II. Qriilin & l$ro. nro rcquirml
f r\ iti'ounn I ll?o?? -
v iu?iu uuiuiu inc uii ur uy wic
28th instant. or be barred, and those indebted
lo said Iirm nmst, pny tlie same by tlint
time, or pay the costs of a suit.
J. C. Gill FFIN, Survivor,
ftp 18, 1870 82 2
Notice.
NOPICK is hereby given, thai Kdward F.
Allgood and .Samuel J. Hester, Execii
tors of tlic Estate of T. A. Hodgers, has this
day applied to me for leave lo make a Filial
Settlement of said Estate, and to he discharged
(herefrom; tho same will he licnr?l at my
office nt l'ickcns Court House, on Thursday,
tho 11th day of May next.
I. II. l'HILPOT, j.im'.c.
ftp 13, 187ft i?'2 -1
Sheriff's Sales.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
Pickens County.
Smith Plaintiff, vs. Jnmca A. Hoggs, Defendant.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed,
I will .sell to the highest bidder, nt Pickens
Court House on Saleday iu May next,
One tract of Land situate in Pickens County,
on branch-waters of IH Mile Creek, adtoiniiK*
Until Af(l W M..O Ui.l.Un
J fS ? ?" " iUI.1. 1 lt?MVII,
Mooro nml ollicrs, containing 290 ncros,
more or loss. Levied on ns Ilic properly of
James A. Hoggs, nt llio suit of Z. Smith.
TKUM8 CASH?Purchasers lo pay extra
for lilies.
.f. UILEY FIMKJUSON, s.f.c. |
' ftp ia, 1870 au ' 9
NEW AD VERT IS EM KXT*.
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTOliNE YS A T LA Wt
Will practicc in Ihc Circuit nud IVobale
CourtB for Pickens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
One of tho .S'ctnor partners will be present to
aseist in tho transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, 1
W. C. KEITH, rN?tlha,,fl
C. I,. IIOLLINGSWOllTH,Pickens C. K.
March 23, 1870 20
HOLGOMBE & CHILD,
A TTOtlNE YS A T LA ]]'.
r ICKEN8 C. II. S. C.,
Will Practice in all tho Courts of the State
ami of the United States. Business promptly
attended to.
March 10 1870 28
Butler & McBee
A TTOJtNJi YS A T LA \V
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
?B?ttHWHIL!LDSt 6*
Wiu practice in this courts o*
T i 1E ST A TI: A Nl)0 F T11E U NITEI
STATUS.
Sept 28 10 if
NOKTOX A
ATTOUNHYS AT LAW
a* ?*
T\TILL give I licit' attention to the Practice
>V and to the Collection of Pensions,
Bounty Land ami all other Claims.
J. .). NORTON, J. 10. IIAC001),
Walhalla, S. C, Pickens, S, C<
July 27th 1871. 1 tfX
T T B ST 'B'1 a.-1 SP n <*.'
u a na r? if ?T1 iTM #
ATTOUNKY A X H TOT\? K I. F/O It AT i.AW/
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourl nnd Court o
I'robntc for lMckcus ounty.
May 10 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTOHXKY AT LAW,
SUNVILLSC, H? S. C.
Practices in Courts of i'ickehS
County, and in United States Courts
NE\V ADVKItTISEMKNITS.
AGENTS fUonld write for Circulars for new book by
Jinn Eliza
BBXGHAU'S
ffira -*
The (frond ?ticem of the ymt. 30th thou??nd In prtu. Full
Eipoie of MormonlBni ??<i Polygamy, * Woman's
Story i" fall. Introductions by John B.
Cough *" < Mrs. I.lvormore. Br*n n?w, with ct?riy
200 fTluitratlont. Do not engage with any book until you hare
icen our Illustrated Circulars, thowinglargr ?-\le?. Stent free to
all. DUSTIN.CILMAN &. CO.|RlchmondiVa>
ADIIOM \TIG KflVrvoracltig Beverages:?
Orange, Lemon, rind fcjiirsnpnrilla H.ivors.
Delightful drink by simply mixing
with water. Send 25 cents and receive, post
<v 1
jmhu, iwiu |?iiv;ucia iissunuu, .U. 11 1", I> 1W< 11 U /
Ii8 Wall street, New York.
BOYS anil Middle-aged Men trained for a
successful start in Business I.ife at Eastman
College. The oldest, largest nnd only lnstl?
tulion that gives an actual business practice.
Currency mid Merchandise u-sed have a real
vi'no I'.ncii itav's transactions based on
([notations of New York Market. Kew Jiuiiti*
ings. Rates low. Graduates assisted to situations.
Applicants received any week day;
Refer to Patrons ami Graduates in nearly
every city nnd town. Address for particulars
nnd catalogue of 3,000 Graduates in Rnsincfts.II.
G. Ea.s: man, LI.. 1?., Pouglikecpsie, N. V.
d? | Q a <".ay at home. Agents wanted. OutI./j
tit and terms free. True & Co., Augusta,
Maine.
AgeliIs WuiiUMI !
Medals nnd Diplomas Awarded for IIOL
i?3
1,8t?D illtislrntii.nis. AtMrcss I'm* new circulars,
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0 Philadelphia L
jprv njor. I'mill any point in I . S. e.v-it of 1 Jt tli. m
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ABari'.it WliHK piaranteed to Agents,
S. I j,Male ami Female. in their locality. ?UJ
I I Terms ami Ol'TI-'lT 1''UK1',. Address
t' P.O. VlUKF.llY & CO., Augusta, Me
!>;"> to j>or day at home. Samydes worlfr
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
MINI) Heading, l'sychomaney, Fascinn-tion,
Soul Charming, Mesmerism, an<l
Marriage Guide, showing how either sex may
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any person they cIiooho imfanily. H)0 pngps.
I5y mail ">() conif, Hunt & Co., 1 :i'? S. 71li St.,.
Philadelphia.
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AIUHY til) nml rcaily 1'.>r ilrlivery, 100
barrels 1.1 Mil.
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