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Proceedings of tho County Democratic
Exeoutivo Committee.
,'7 Pickens C II., May 20, 1870.
Whereas, At tho lato Doraooratio County
convention, a proposition from Garvin cl?l>
f w?s flubtnittod to said convention, proposing
tho consideration of primary cicotion for candidates
lo fill tho various county officcs, and
/or membors|of tho Legislature; and whereas,
said convention postponod tho consideration
of tlin Rftme. until tho noxt mooting of i.hn
> convention; and whereas, the duties of said
convention being a specific ono, to wit: The
election of delegatoa to tho State convention
which assembled in Columbia, on the 4th of
^ May, Inst., and, also, tho election of a county
executive committco, and after the discharge
of those duties, it did cease, in our opinion,
to bo a convention, and, therefore, unable to
transact any further business; and, whereas,
believing that it is the desire of many Democrats
in this county to havo a primary elec.
tion for candidates to fill the various oiliccs,
as aforesaid, tho executive committee do.
therefore, aubmit the following plan of primary
elections to the various clubs for their
ratification or miontinii!
That each of (lie Democratic clubs in (lie
county, on a clay hcraaftcr to be designated
by thooxcoutlvo committee, phall hold meetings
for the purpose of balloting for candidates
for tho following offices, (o wit: two
members of tho legislature, clerk of (he court,
sheriff, judge of probate, school commissioner,
thrco county commissioners and coronet,
and After balloting for such candidates, a
list of the names of all persons voted for and
% tho number of votes each may have rcccivod
bo made out and sent up through their re!
BDCOtive delegations to tho county convention
which body shall proceed to count all the voles
for each and evcy candidate voted for in each
club, aud thereby ascerlaing the whole numbar
of votes for onch candidate, shall declare
ihc candidate who receives a majority of all
tho voteB of all the clubs, the nominee of (lie
parly for the office for which lie was balloted
for* provided, however, in case of a tic be ?
tWeeta'lwo opposing candidates, tho convention
Bhcill' proceed to delcrmino, by ballot,
which of them shall bo tho nomineo of the
party.
Resolved, That each club determino during
the month of Juno, whofher they accept or reject
the abovo plan of primary elections, and
report tho result of their action to Ihc cxccu~
. live committeo on saleday in July next, in or
<ler that, if a majority of tho clubs favor pri
mil J V1CVI.1UIIS, II1U UACUllllYU VUIIllll lllCC Umj',
as soon thereafter as practicable, aj>j??>iut a
j clay for holding said primary election.
The executive committee also adopted the
following resolution.
Rttolved, That we reccommend to the executive
committco of each club in the county
aud they are hereby requested, to proceed, as
mod as practicable, and in such manner as
ti*ey may deem best, to make a compluto roster
of tho voters of their rcsjicctive townships,
classifying them according to color and
polities, so far as they may be able so to do.
11. K. BO WEN, Chairman.
D. i\ Seorel?>'y,
% This section was visited by pleasant show
wiu of rain o!i Inst. Saturdny and Sunday.
m %- ?
A fox squirrel niado its appearancc in town
last Saturday, and created quite nn excitement
amongst the juveniles until it was killed.
L?t ovory Democrat in the County, who
favors the system of primary election for candidates,
join some club, if he has not already
done so, and vote for it, or else, forever hereafter
ho>l his peaco.
v .
Woman's Bkst Friknd.?W. T. MoFall lias
Bradfield's Female Regular for sale. Read
advertisement of the medicine iri this paper,
nd then call on him and secure a bottle.
Th? Sunday School scholars of Porter's
cnnpoi, in mis county, navoread, during (ho
last your, 4,700 chapters of the SoriptureB, in
additiou to other Sunday School books and
catechisms.
' . v ,AJL? Jt \3 >^ i
Incbbabino.?Wo arc gratified (o lenrn that
tho Democratic club in Kastatoo Township is
growing very rapidly. The Constitution is
at the liouso of Mr. It. S. Lewis, Secretary,
where all who desire to join the club can call
and eign it.
Tho farmers, generally havo their crops
clean and in fino growing condition. Wo
regret to learn that rust is seriously injuring
tho What throughout tho County.
Thrpt.?Janics J. Baker. a white voutli.
4 nineteen years old, was up before Trial Justice
Hollingsworth on Monday morning last,
Charged with stealing three dollars from Jos.
II. Stansell. Baker confessed the crime and
wa? sent to jail for thirty days, to ho released
on payment of twenty-dollars tine and costs
Of trial. Ilakcr lias heretofore borne a good
name, and is respectably connected.
. Attention 1 Fickkns Dmmocratio Ci.un.?
As the resolutions of tho County Democratic
ttxccuuve commit tco rcquiro iho cluos lo
# act upon the question of Primary Election du*
ring tho present month, it is earnestly requested
that there be a full attendance of thc
Club on our next meeting day, thc od Saturday,
at 3 o'clock, P. M. Remember that under
our constitution it requires 0110 third ot
all tho enrolled members to constitute a quo*
rum. Fail not to attend.
1). F. BUADLEV, President.
W. T. McFali, Secretary.
A??*88M*nt Noticb.?Wo call attention to
noticoof County Auditor Jn this issue. His
books will be open from tho lnt instant, (this
day,) until 20th Jnly, for the purposo of reoeivinc
returna of r>?r?niini
-- ? "
are requested by him (o stnlo that during Iho
time, ho will Attend at each of the precinls for
the purpoao of receiving returns, due notice
of which1 will be given through these columns.
Taxpayers should bo punctual in making
their returns and avoid the pcuulty.
How Awfully Gulparlb must bo llioso
afllicteil with Consumption, Brouchitis, Asthma,
or any disenso of tho Lungs, Throat or
chest, who neglect to use Dr. lull's Jixpecto*
rant after roading tlio following letter, written
by 0110 of tho moat estimable ladies in tho
South;
Savannah, (Ja., April 28, 1872.
Dr. Tutt: In gratitudo for tho boncfit ro>
ceived by tho uso of your Expectorant, I do
cheerfully add my testimony to its wonderful
power in curing deep seated coughs. For
sovoral yoars I sufforod dreadfully with a
cough attendod with greatdifBouUy of broathI
ing. 1 was induocd to try your Expoctorant>
j and it gavo almost immediate rcliof. I took
i six bottles and am now perfectly restored. It
I is about five months since I began its uso,
and I havo not had an attack sinoo. It has
been a great blessing (o me) I can not afford
lo be without it, and heartily recommend it to
all who have lung or throat disease.
Mrs. A. M. WELLBORNMoney
and Life Saved by its Use.
Important Disconkry,?Ualiloe invented
tho lolcscopc; Columbus discovered n new
world; Harvey tho circnlation of tho blood,
and to i*rofe?sor Morse is due tho credit of
teaching the lightning how to talk, but it was
reserved to Dr. J. Rradfield to penetrate the
mystic depth of science, and drag therefrom
the wonder of our century. The viotory has
11on 11 wnn find wnmnn ia frnn
Tito sale of Dr. J, Bradfield's l'emalo Regitlot
or is unprecedented in Hie history of popular
remedies, and thousands of certificates aro
coming in from grateful women, thronghoiw
tho Union attesting its powors and and applauding
its untold benefits to their sex.
A Beautiful Woman.
In a neighboring village there lives a yonng
lady who, two years ago, was an object of pity
to all who knew her. From a little imprudence
at an improper time she became irreg:
ular, and was a victim of suppression in all its
horrors. Such were the ravages of the dis:
ease, she was miserable and unfit for social
enjoyment. After trying many remedies, and
. nnvinrr nnir?l? innnnv In nil .'uinlrtna o f%??/** ?, 1
I "J ?"V|I " .. ...vnvt
sent licr a couple of bottles of Regulator. <Slio
improved after Inking tho firs I find beforo t)io
second sho became sound and well. Now
two years after taking the first bottlo she is
fully restored to her former health, and is a
most beautiful woman. Proper respect for the
family prevents our giving tho namo.
May 8, 1870 :57 4t
Notice !
]7ISTIl.\YHI) about the last of April, a fine
J young Sow, sandy color, nearly red,
I. a lie. nndprliif in tlin riflif our Mnn nml
slit in the loft. Probably making her way
back down the country, from whero she was
brought a few days previous. Any information
lending to its recovery will be thankfully
received, and suitably rewarded.
J. W. EAR LIS.
June 1, 1870 1
Sheriff's Sales.
o
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
PiosvKns County.
Jesse Crenshaw vs. Sarih Julian ami O. W.
I ulian.
BY virtue of an execution to mo directed,
I will sell to the hiirhest bidder, at l'1ok
ens Court IIoupo 011 Saleday iu June next,
during (he legal hours of sale,
One Tract of Land, containing Sixty Acres
more or loss, bounded l>y lands of It. N. Looper,
Solomon Looper, Luoretin. A. Daous and
others. Levied on as tho property of Sarah
.1 ulian.
TERMS CASH?Purchasers to pay extra
for titles.
J. RILEY FERGUSON, s.i-.c.
May 11,187U at". 3
ZYKALZYO1
Wo aro now prepared to farnluli pernianont tsltuntions
for n largo number ot pernoitH, uialo and fomalo
who arc B xftt/t; Of vr Of /?> / I P?rtlcu
liuTHgcnt frco on application. Addresn, with Rtnmp,
boutiikrn Co-opkhativk Co., Niuhvlllo, Tenn/
ZYKALZ Y OI
Livery and Sals Statics.
Parlies desiring lo liiro conveyance (o
Pickens Court House, Table Kock and other
I'oinl.H, can be accommodated at my Stables,
at all liours of liie day and night, Purchasers
can also be supplied witli (lood Slock
at reasouableiirices.
ljruy- Regular Miil Lino lo Pickcna Courthouse
daily. (Sundays oxceplcd.)
11IC1IEY & WVATT.
Knslcy Station, S. 0., Aug, 3, 1876.
no -10-1 y
mm?wmmmmmmm
I bTKAM KNIUNES.BTKAH MILKHS*
JSg wmmmEmm
IMILL (JKAHINQ MADK
1 ^iQJWfSy'atlflr MNU.rULLfcYS AND HANULHcJ
LDOUBL^
f~ AppnEta,POOL IE8c.HUNT?!
... .o.. . .
AKRIVB1) and ready for delivery, 100
barrel** LIMB.
AMI)
500 ll.\(!S QUA NO. For sale by
I!. B. IIOH'OMBK .* SON.
' Easley, 3. 0., Jau. '27, 1870 21 u
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I This Claim-House Established
i in 1865.
I PENSIONS Accra, Soldiors, I
and Seamen of War of 1861 and G, and for
their 1}oirs, Tho law includes deserters and
those dishonorably discharged. If wounded,
injured, or have contracted any disease, apply
at once. Thousands entitled. Great
numbors entitled to an increased rato, and
should apply immediately. All Soldiers and
Seamen of the War of 1812 who served for
any period, liowover short, whethor disabled
or not,?and all widows of euoh not now on
tho Pcnson rolls, arc requested to stnd me
their address at once,
ItOUNTY: Many who enlisted in 1R6N2
and 8 aro entitled. Send your divchargos
and have them examined. Business boforo
the Patent Ofiico solicited. Officers returns
and accounts scttlod, and all just claims prosecuted.
As I make no charge less successful, I reI
nunst all (o inclnsn twn 1
return of papers. GEORGE E. LEMON,
Look llox 47, Washington, 1). C.
I rcconimeml Captain Lemon as an honorable
ami successful Practitionor?J. A.
Hurlbut, M. C., 4th Congressional District of
Illinois, lato J/njor General If. S. Vols.
In writing mention tho name of this paper.
(fj | A a day at home. Agents wanted. Outtj)
J. fit and terms free. True & Co., Au?
gusta, Maine.
E? A Visiting Cards, with your name finely
OU printed, sent for 25o. Wo liavo 200
styles. Agents wantod, W samples sent for
stamp. A. 'II. FULLER & (JO., Hrockton,
Mass.
JfcBlBPER WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
W.Male and Female, in their locality.?
Ui / / Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Address
| T1 P.O. VII)KERY & CO., Augusta. Me
$5 to ^20 per (lay fU home. Samples werth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., I'ortlaud, Maine.
F3YCIIOMA.NCY", OR SOUL OIIAKMINO
How oither sex may fascinate and gain
tho lovo and affections of any person they
choose, instantly. This art all oan possess,
freo, by mail, for 25 cents ; together with a
Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to Ladies, etc. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
hook.
Address T. WILLIAM & CO., rub' Phllft.
Tine Ileal Family JIcdieineN
Tested by popular use for over
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY!
Dr. Strong's Compound Sanativo Pills,
Cure Constipation, Biliousness, Liver Com?
plaint, Malarial Fevers, Rheumatism, Erysipelas,
and all diseases requiring an nctivo
but mild purgative.
Dn. SmoNo's Pkctokial Stomach Pills,
cure coughs, colds, fevers, fomalo complaints,
sick headache, dyspepwia, and derangements
ui mo momacn. u. JS. lit!Li* & Co. New
York, I'ropriitors.
Advertising
O
in RELIGIOUS AND AGRIOULT
URAL W EK K LI ES IIAL V V111C E
Send for Catalogue on tlio List Plan.
For information, ad dross
(3EO. P. KOWELL & CO.,
ti rnric iCow, isow York.
PALL AND WINTER GOODS!
o
Your attention is most respectfully
called to the largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices arc so low that no house this
side of New York oan undcr-scll us.
Wo sell Qoods stricllv for GASH whinh
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand ft large lot of
DOOltS, SASII and BLINDS, at prices that
defy competition.
We also keep on liar.d a large lot of those
celebrated CHIANGK TLOVf STOCKS, to
which we invito your attention.
Wo have also connected to Store, a
a Large WAGON YARD, willi a well of Good
Water, which is Free and Open to All.
ELY A llKOTHHlt,
Greenville S. C., Ootobcr 1, 1875. noGH
The Stale of South Carolina
County of Pickkns.
/.v /'/// ; couuv of common pleas.
M. A. Hester nml others,*)
lMiiintifi's, I Summons*
ngninst > for
Win. A. I<ny, Kxoculor a'nl | Relief.
others Defendants. J
TO Win. A. Lay, Kxccutor of tho Kstato of C
M. Lay, Letty Newton and J. C. O. Newton,
Defendants in this action.
YOU arc hereby summoned and required
to nnswor tho complaint in this notion,
which is filed in tho ollico of tho CierK of the
Court of Common l'leas for tho said County,
and to servo a copy ef votir aiimwot on ilm
subscribers at their oflicc, tit New Pickens
('. II., 8. C., within twenty days after (lie
Rcrvicc of this summons on you, exclusive of
the day of servioo.
If you fail to answer this complaint, within
tho time aforesaid, llio Plaintiff will apply to
tho Court for tho reli* f demanded iu tho com*
plaint.
April 21, IH7G.
THOMPSON,
llOl.LlNGSWORTII,
Plaintiff's Attorneys,
Piokcns (J. II., 8. C.
To Wm. A. Lay, Executor of tho Estate of
of C. M. Lay, Lolly Newton, and J. C. ('.
Newton, Defendants: Take notico that Com-.
. i ,:..i ... , -...i 1-.-1 /' i-i_.
| * I <l 11111 IIIHI minimal \>wiii|M<ii(ii- l it i II is ncVIOTI
|||\8 been file?l in lie oflice of Ihc Clerk of llio
Court of Common l'leas, at New Pickens
Court House, South Carolina.
THOMPSON.
IIOl. LINOS WORTH,
l'lain'iH"b Attorneys,
aji 21, 1870 30 0
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I
A Fine LINE
OF
1ST GOODS.
MS? B0?ffl?8as ATT
McFALL'S,
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit tlio timos.
At McFALL'S.
o
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
At MoF ALL'S.
L-0
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
Prices Wat Down.
At McFALt/S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
o
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Puro
and gcnuiuo?will euro the sick and
inakotlio well foci bettor. Try mo?
Don't bo backward? but ask tor
what you want..
Respectfully,
W. T. McFai.l.
March 30, 1S7G 30
COME ALL!
* 0
EASLEY STATION, H. 1.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSEL) havo
oponcd out business hi. Eaeloy Station,
A. L. R. R., and propoio to koop ft
firHt class stock of
Dry=Eoods and hmi,
Which thoy proposo to soli at bottom
pricofl, aa tho following pricos indicate
:
Factory Yarn, 81.20 por bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 conts por yard,
8-4 Shirting, GJ conts por yard.
Livorpool Salt, 81.05 por sack.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to. tho dollar.
Rio Coffee, best, 1 lbs to tho dollar.
Cooil Tobacco, at (5f> cents por lb.
flour, Family, 87 00 por barrel.
C. R. Baltimore Bacon, 13 centi per
pou ml.
All other thing* in propoi lion. Always
in tho Corn and Cotton Markot;
and othor produco takon in cxchango
for Goods.
Guanos of Iho bost on hand. Call
and oxainino boforo purchasing.
Rospoctfully,
KUSSELL, MARTIN CO.,
March 2, 1870 20
v?r t -r -w
JLiASLE Y JrloreL.
o
Tina POPULAR HOUSE in conveniently
located to the Depot; Rooms well furnished
nml (ho tnhlo supplied with the bost in tho
market. Board reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Table Rock,
CtVjaar's Head, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE k MOTES,
Proprietors.
March :)0, 1870 UO Omo
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant 1
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE ,
you that I
Will j
Prove to nil, that I have as good and cheap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
there is *
Not
A Man who can boat my 8took of Canned
flood*/ Desidoa tho above, I havo purchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
I can
B e
Had at any tltno, provided I ant not
Elected
I
Intonriant, in which ease you might,
Again,
Ilavo to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B u t
' Hoping no snoh missfortunc awaits fnc, I
oordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a cull, and 1
Will
Appease their Jiunger on short notico and at
low figures, as my object is to livo and let
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
It. QLAZENER, who enn be found in the Post
Offico nt
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 187f> 14 tf
NEW STORE,
NKW (jOODS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
I
The undersigned havo opened a House in 1
I Eaeloy, near their Livory Stablo, for tho pur- j
| poao of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS. !
1
Under Ilio Firm, nnmo anil style of RICIIEY '
&WYATT. Tliey guarantee bottom prices,
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Givo
them a call.
II. A. RICIIEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Easlcy, Not 22, 1876 18 tf
NEW GOODS!
I
mimn mmmi hoods,
BOOTS, SHOES, and nA'IS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
HARNESS,
GROCERIES,
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LAUD
SYRUP, and FLOUR.
r?T n A r*n -
VJ1UA.LU3, lUiiAtJUU, tttC., KtC
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
Wo have received our
Fnll and Winter immIs,
and arc prepared (o sell goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of Hugging and Tics, which
wo propose to sell at Urcenvillo prices.
Highest cash price paid for C jtton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesalo Trices.
noJhf 11. E. HOLCOMUK & SON.
T II E
COLII It IA llEU ISTI'ilt,
PUBLISHED
DAILY, TRI WEEKLY & WEEKLYThe
Only Democratic Paper at the Capital,
TKRM9, IN APVANCC i
Dnlly, six months, AO
Tri-\Veckly, six months, 2 M)
Weekly, six mouths, 1 00
O r?tt
1/ A f li.'oni
W 11 I'iil I I'iO A.
Book and Job Printing Offico
IN TUB STATE.
V6T- Address all coitimunioalions, of wliaU
over charactcr, l?> Malinger Register l'ubli?liing
Company, Columbia S. C.
May 1H, 1870 37
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS,
ortoti 1 Keith & Hollingawor tft
A TTfilt ~KJ1? V.e A *7* t a Tjr
A J M JL JUSl. ft )
rtTill practice itf tho Ch-cuit and l'rebatft
Uourts for Pickens County,- and In the United
States Courts of thia Stato from that county.
}no of the Seniof parfrters trill bo present ttf
iseist in tho transaction of any important
justness during vacatiott.
I
Q. L. HOLLINGBYVORTH ,PUk?ni Q. H.
March 28, 1876 SO
HOLCOMBK ft CHIUb
A TTOBNE YS A T LA W.
PICKENS C. II. S. C.,
Will Practicc in all tho Coirrls of tho Btafe
ma oi me umieu arnica. liuainoaa promptly
attended to.
March 16 1870 28
Butler & McBee
A TTORNEYS AT LA W
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY",
Q&BBBwnBiLB/s* #
WILL I'llAC TICK IN THK COURTS Ot
THE STATE AND OF THE tfNI7?t
STATES.
Sept 28 . 10 tf
\UHITNER NVMMES.
ATTOnvtiv AVnrmlf*i?pMA/i ? - v * ?
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in (ho Circuit ourt and Court 9
Probate for Pickcns ounty.
May 1ft 42 fim
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
AfTORKEY AT LAW.
mmm c, s? s, c,
Practices in Courts of Pickeni*
County, and in United Stfttos Courts
Knrle, Wells A tnylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an ofboo at Piokons C.
[I., S. C., will attend promptly to all buRiuoBd
oft with Q. W. Tavlor wlin m?v ???
v ? - J " ""/o
round at their office at Pickens C. 11., S. C.
One of the senior partners will always b?
prosont at the Courts to assist with the buulicss.
W. R. EARLE, 1
1. O. WELLS, / G. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. C. Pickcnu. 8. C.
GUANO!
THK UNDERSIGNED RKSPKCTFULLY
sail the attention of their friends to tho faot,
lmt, in addition to their
Stook of Gcnors,! Msroiadto,
Which is always full in iti varied bmnohoa.
They have on hand a quantity of <lifl:or?ut
Standard Fertili*cr9, at tho following prioea'
Itrndlcy'n Animonlatf4
PliotMpliatc.
Cash Price, $46 00
Time Price, payable in Curronoy, 01 00
Time l'rioe payable in Middling Cotton,
at 16 cents, CO 00
Atlaiitic Phosphate.
Hash Prioe, $44 00
Time Price, payable In Currency. 60 00
Time l'ricc, payable in Middling Cotton
at 15 cents, 05 00
fttnpcH l*ltoMi?ltate.
Cash Pruo, (M8 00
Tiniol'rice, payablo in Currrnoy, 63 00
Wilcox & CJilibft' *91 am fl pitluted
Unaiio.
Cash Prioe, 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight Jo bo added from Factory, and
payable in CASsf. All time sales to be closed
by note, due 1st day of November next.
Respectfully,
1IUDGKNS & BOLT.
Kaslcy, S. 0., Feb. U3, 1870 26
\\T i 1 t
vv cuueu!
Everybody who read (ho Skntinki<
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well Rolcctod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as tho cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON AND LAUD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUR and MO LASS IS*,
LEATHER and SALT,
CI1 Kl'iSE and CRACK BUS,
CANDY, FISH,TOBACCO, Ac?Ao.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stifles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Hats, Boots and Shoes. Re?t
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Standard Prints at 10c. per yard#
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
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upwiiriis, por buii.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a conlinuanco
of tho sarno, and cordially invite
ATJj who come to Uasioy Station to
give thetn a call.

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