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LOCAL ITEMS.
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Pronfifldinarfl of tho Countv Democratic
Executive Committeo.
Pickens C U., May 20, 1870.
WnP.RBAS, At the lato Democratic County
o?nvontion, i\ proposition from Garvin club
f was eubmittod (o said convention, proposing
tho consideration of primary election for candidates
to fill the various county offices, and
for mombera.of the Legislature; and whereas,
aid convention postponed the consideration
of the samo, until tho noxt meeting of tho
convention; and whoreas, tho duties of said
convention being a spccifio one, to wit: Tho
election of delegates to tho State convention
which assembled in Columbia, on the 4th of
r May, inst., and, also, the eloction of a county
xecutivo committeo, and after tho discharge
of these duties, il did ooase, in our opinion,
to bo ft convention, and, therefore, unable to
transact any further business; and, whercast
'} belloving that it is the desire of many Demo-'
cratfl in this county to have iv primary election
for canoulatos to fill tho various oilices,
as aforesaid, tho cxecutivo committee do
thorofore. submit the following plan of primary
elections to the various clubs for their
ratification or rejection:
That each of the Democratic clubs in tho
county, 011 n day hcronftor to he designated
by the executive committee, shall hold meetings
for tho purpose of balloting for candidates
for the following offices, to wit: two
members of tho legislature, clerk of tho court,
sheriff, judgo of probate, sohool commissioner,
thrco county commissioners and coronei
and after balloting for such candidates, a
liat of the names of all persons voted for and
X tbfl number of votes cnch iuay have rccoivotl
be made out and sent up through their ro.
poctlve delegations to tho county convention,
which body shall prococd to oount all the votos
for oaoh and ovey candidate voted for in each
elub, and thereby aacerlaing tho wholo number
of votes for each candidate, shall doolare
the candidate who receives a majority of all
the votes of all the olubs, the nominee of tho
party for tho office for whioh ho was balloted
lot' provided, howevor, in caso of a tie between
two opposing candidates, the convention
shall proceed to determine, by ballot,
which of thum shall bo the nominee of the
party.
Rctolved, That each club determine during
the month of June, whether they accept or roje<t
the above plan of primary electious, anil
report the result of their action to the executive
committee on saleday in July next, in or
der that, if a majority of tho clubs favor primary
election?, ?.!>? oxecutivo committee may,
as soon thereafter as practicable, appoint a !
f day for holding said primary election.
Tho executive committee also adopted the
following resolution.
Ketolvcd, That wc reccommend to the oxeoutive
cominiitco of each club in Iho county
nnd thoy aro hereby requested, to proceed, as
aoon as practicable, and in such manner as
they may deoiu beat, to make a complete rostor
of ibo voters of their respective townahips,
classifying them according to color and
politics, so far as they may bo able so to do.
11. K. J10WKN, Chairman.
D. F. Biudj.ky, 8ecrctary,
? I?gg?, if the chickens in them avo not too
l&rgo, are worth ten ccnte per dozen.
Cherries are bringing twenty five cents a
gfcllon. *
Frying chickens arc in demand at thi? place,
but (hern in no unnnlv TXrinfr fliom in
X" I V - f) *"v"'
Mr. Jeremiah Loopor line sent to our oflieo
a few hoads of finely developed wheal. It
is about ready for tho acytho.
^ Tho Democratic party of 1'ickens county, in
at this timo, bet ter organized, and a great
deal alrongor than it has over been beforo
Ahoavy rain fell throughout thia county on
last Saturday. In the Eastern scotion of tho
county the streams were overflown, but uo material
injury done tho growing crops.
Many of tho farmers in thia county aro
cutting their wheat this week. Wo arc gratified
to learn that tho runt has not injured it
k aa much aa was some timo ago apprehended.
m > ? ?
Buttor ia only bringing ten ccnta a poufld,
and hard to dispoao of at tliat price; Parties
aro frequently forced to carry it back home
with them.
Whose Fault.-?Wo heard a gentleman
oomplaining the other day that the lane near
tho Bar room, on the road leading to Ureenvillo,
ia bo narrow that it is almost impossible i
for vehicles to pass in it. Ho also informed
us that the road is in a bad condidition.
A Whoso fault Is it?
? 4^ ?. ?Lot
Kennemore, au old citizen of thig
County, died at his residence near Easley
Ktation, on Saturday, the 27th nit. llo had
been in fecblo health for onvnr?i i-nn?-u
Atthntion ! Dkmochts.?Tliorc will boa
meeting of the Pickensvillo Democratic club
on Saturday, tho 21th instant, for tho purposo
of taking action on the proportion of
the county executive committee, in reference
to primary election for candidates. A full
* attendance is oarnostly requested. j
T. W. KU88ELL, President.
Tuoh. II. MoMauan, Socrotary.
Mhktino ih Pumpkintown.?Wo are in- |
formed that there will be a mooting on Saturday,
the 10th inst., at Pumpkintown, for tho
purpoau ?f organizing a Demooratic Club.?
This is tho last township in tho County to bo
organiied. We would suggost to our friends
Hi A nrnnri?J?? A/ it- " "i
r.vr..,.; ?i iviiug iijmiti ino queeuon oi |
primary eleotion At the samo meeting, and
also (ho seleotion of a mombor of tho County
Exeeutlve Commlttoo, to which they aro on.
titled. Tho late County Convention eleotcd
the preoont mombors, but as each delegation
wa? allowed to make thoir own aoleotion from
their townnhipB, wo prcsumo thero will bo no
objeotlon to the Pumpkingtown Cluti selecting
theirs, and his acting; upon said corninittco
before tho meooting of (ho noxt Convention,
\*hioh can, if it is uccoasavy, confirm him.
To the Twelve Mile Hiver Association.
Brother A. W- Lamar is Coming!
1>kak SbntInbl : l'lcaso toll your many
rCftderH. tlin I*nr\r\ *.?/?
j ev>"* "v"u *|,u *wv. /I, IT * ijRmar,
Agent of tho State Mission Board of the
State Baptist Convoution of South Carolina,
will visit our churches during tlie mouths of
j July and August, begining at Liberty, Sun
j uuy, juiy u, 11 o oiooK ft m; L' lut Hock, Monj
dny, July 10, 11 a rn; Mount Pisgab, Tuesday,
' July 11, 11 a m; Six-and-Twonty Tuesday,
, July 11, 4 p in; lioaverdani, Wodnosday, July
12, 11 a m; Mountain Springs, Thursday
July 13, 11 a in) Enon, Friday, July 14, 11
n m; Cross Itoflds, Saturday, July 16, 11 a ra;
| George's Creek, Sunday, July 10, 11 am;
j Easloy, Sunday, July 10, night; Mount Car?
j nicl, Saturday, July 22, 11a m; Peter's Crook,
I Sunday, July 22, 11 am; Oolcuoy, Monday,
j July 24, 11 a in; Ilolly Springs, Tuesday,
j July 26, 11 a m; Mountain Grove Wednesday,
I July 20, 11 a in; Antiooh, Thursday, July 27,
j 11 ft m; Shady (Jrovc, Friday, July 28, 11 ft
I 1>-?I n?Q..I.T..I- m\ II
All) x I livci n vlUCft, KiaiUIUlljr, U Uljr AO } 11 IV III;
Six Mile, Sunday, July HO, 11a m; Central,
Sunday, July 80, night; Mount Tabor, Monday,
July 81, 11 a m; Mount Tabor, August
1 ht 11 a iii; Griffin, Thursday, August 8, 11 a
ni; Griffin, Friday, August 4, 11a m; Sccona,
.9flhl?'tlftv Antrim! A 1 1 n 111* Pi/*lrona If
Saturday, August 5, night; Socoua, Sunday,
6, 11 a in.
Tho brethren, Pastors, and Deacons aic
requested to circulate these appointments as
thoroughly as poasiblo. Tho brethren will
incut Brother Lamar at each of his appointments,
and ooiiYcy him to tho noxt, after
Mount Carmol.
Geo. W. Six(ii,kton.
How awkuiily Culpadlk must bo thoso
afllicted with Consumption, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, or any disease of the Lungs, Throat or
chest, who neglect to use Dr. Tutt'a JSxpecto*.
rant after reading the following letter, written
by one of tho most estiumblo ladies in the
Houth;
Savahnah, Oft., April 28, 1872.
Dr. Tutt: In gratitudo for tho bonofit ro?
ceived by the use of your Expectorant, I do
oheerfully add my testimony to its wonderful
power in curing deep seated coughs. For
several years I suffered dreadfully with a
cough attended with great difficulty of breathing.
I was induced to try your Expectorant,
and it gavo almost immediate relief. I took
six bbtlles and am now perfect ly restored. It
is about five mouths sinco I began its use,
and I have not had an attack since. Itjfps
been a great blessing to me; I can not afford
lo be without it, and heartily recommend it to
nil who have lung or throat disease.
Mrs. A. M. WELLBORNMoney
and Life Saved by its Use.
Important L'isconkhy,?Galiloo invented
tho telescope; Columbus discovered a new
world; Harvey the circulation of tho blood,
and to 1'rofessor Morse is due tho credit of
teaching the lightning how to talk, but it was
reserved to Dr. .1. Bradfield to penetrate the
myotic depth of science, and drug therefrom
the wonder of our century. The victory has
been won and woman is free
The sale of Dr. J, Bradfield's Female Regulator
is unprecedented in the history of popular
remedies, and thousands of certificates are
coming in from grateful women, throughout
the Union attesting its powers and and ap
planning i(s miloltl benefits to their sex.
A Rcautiful Woman.
In ii neighboring village there lives a yonng
lri'ly who, two years ago, was an object of j>ity
to all who knew her. From a little imprudence
at au improper time she became irreg:
ular, and was a victim of suppression in all its
horrors. Such were the ravages of the dis:
case, she was miserable and unfit for social
enjoyment. Alter trying many remedies, and
paying much money to physicians, a friend
sent her a couple of bottles of Regulator. She
improved after taking the ii rat and beforo the
second she become sound and well. Now
two years after taking tho first bottle she is
fully restored to her former health, and is a
moBl beautiful woman. Proper respect for tho
lamny prevems our giving tho name.
May 8, 1870 37 4t
AssBssmsnt Notice!
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
l'iCKKNH C'. II., S. 0., May 2'J, 1870.
NOTICE is hereby given, that my offitfo will
be 0I>C11 on tho 1 si. .limn nn.l will
main oj>cn until (ho 2t)th of July, fur tho
purpose of Reeoiving tho Returns of tho Personal
Property of ench, and every Taxpayer
in the County. A' pnrnnnx failing to mako
their Returns by the 2()th July, will subjcct
thoniHolves to a penalty of60 percent.
ALONZO M. FOLOER,
Auditor Pickens Oounty.
June 1, 1870 3
Liver? ani Sale Stalks.
V
Parties desiring to hire oonYoyaneo to
Piokons Court llousc, Tablo Rook and oilier
points, can l>o accommodated at my Stables,
nt all hours of (lie day ami night. Purchasers
can also bo supplied with Good Stock
in rutiBOiiAuu'pnccH.
Regular Mail Line to Pickens Courthouse
daily. (Sundays excepted.)
1UCIIEY & WYATT.
Kasley Station, S. 0., Aug, !l, 1875,
n*40-ly
. ? - -y -T "T ? 1 T f
....O....
AU1UVF.D and ready for delivery, 100
ImrrolH I.1MK.
A N l?
5U0 liAGS GUANO. For sale by
11. 14. IT01.C0M UH .t SON. t
Kualey, S C., Juu 27, 1W70 21 if '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
This Claim-House Established
in 1865.
DTT^QTnXr^ obtained for of-*
X JCjIN HJIM k5 floors, Soldiers,
and Seamen of War of 18C1 and G, and for
their hoirs, Tho law includes dosorters and
those dishonorably discharged. If wounded,
injured, or havo contracted any disease, apply
at onoe. Thousands eutitlcd. Oreat
numbers entitled to an increased rate, and
should apply immediately. All Soldiors and !
seamen of the War of 1812 who 8orred for
any period, however short, whother disabled
or not,?and all widows of suoh not now on
the Penion rolls, are requested to stad me
their address at onco,
BOUNTY: Many who enlisted in 1801 ~2
and 8 aro entitled. Send your discharges
and hav<} them examined. Business before |
tho Patent Oflico sclicited. Ollicers returns
and accounts settled, and all just claims proBcouted.
As 1 mako no charge loss successful, I request
all to inclose two stamps for reply and
return of papors. 0BOKOK E. LEMON,
Lock Box 47, Washington, 1). C.
i recommend Captain Lemon as nn lion*
ovablo arul successful Practitioner?J. A.
Hurlbut, M. C., 4th Congressional District of
Illinois, late J/ajor General U. S. VoIh.
In writing mention the namo of this paper.
(t> 1 Q a <lay at homo. Agents wanted. Out<pl/V
fit and terms frco. Truo & Co., Au?
gusta, Maino.
kTTv isitinf; Cards, with vour nnmo
fJU printed, sent for 'JSc. We linvn 200
styles. Agents wanted, 0 samples sent for
ptamp. A. H. FULLER & 00., Brockton,
Mass.
ABBPKli WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
\ Tw Male and Female, in thoir locality.?
mil Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Address
T1 1 P.O. VIOKERY A OH m
$5 to $20 per day at homo. Samples worth
free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maino.
PSYCIIOMANCY, Oil SOUL UHARMING*
IIow cither sox may fascinalo and gain
tho love and affections of any person they
uuuoso, insinniiy. i ms art. all can possess,
free, by mftil, for 2f> conts ; together with a
Marriage Guido, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hiuts to Ladioa, otc. 1,000,000 sold. A queer
book.
Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Pub' rhila.
Tho Itcmt Family itiedicineN
Tested by popular use for over
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY!
Dr. Strong's Compound Sanative Pillc,
Cure Constipation, Biliousness, Livor Com,
plaint, Malarial Fevers, Rheumatism. Erv
sipelas, and nil diseases requiring an active
but mild purgativo.
Da. Strong's Pkctorial Stomaoii Pili,*,
euro coughs, colds, fovors, female complaints,
aick headache, dyspopsia, and derangements
of tho stomach. C. E. Mull & Co. New
V0rU. Proprietors.
A A
rvuvcnibiii^
in RELIGIOUS AND AGRICULTURAL
WEEKLIES IIALE PRICE
Sond for Cataloguo on tlio List Plan.
For information, address
OEO. p. HOWKI.L ?fc C O.,
41 Parle ltow, Now York.
FALL AND WINTER. GOODS i
0
YOUIt ATTENTION IS MOST RESPECTfully
called to (he largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
ever iiecn exhibited in West Greenville ; consisting
Of dry goods, boots, shoes,
hats, hardware, crockery,
groceries, etc., etc.
Our prices aro so low that no houso this
Bide of Now York can nuder-sell us.
We sell Goods striolly for C/YS11, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
O A Oil ~- l i>rrxTi\o - * s - *
wv/v/i%o, n.inii uuii nit HI priC<J8 IIIHI
defy oompclition.
We alao keep on hand a large lot of those
celebrated CHANGK PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invite your attention.
We have also connected to our Btoro, a
a Largo WAGON YAKD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free and Oim:n to All.
CI1LV ?fc KISOTBflCIl,
Urcenviiic S. C., October 1, 1875. noGt'
The Stale ol'Sonili Carolina
County of Pjckenh.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
M. A. Hester nml others, ^
Plaintiffs, Summons
against for
Win. A. Lay, Executor and Relief.
others Defendants. J
TO Win. A. Lay, Executor of Iho Estate of C
M. Lay, Letty Newton and J. 0. C. Newton,
Defendants in this action.
YOU aro horcby summoned and required
to answer tho complaint in this action,
which is fded in tho oftico of the ClerK of the
Court of Common Pleas for tho said County,
and to servo a copy of your answer on the
subscribers at their oftice, at New Pickens
C. 11.. S. O.. williin Iwnnlu il???
?' J ""V* " ?
Bcrvioo of thiB summons on you, cxolusive of
tho day of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the timo aforesaid, (ho Plaintiff" will apply to
tho Court for tho rclirf demanded in the complaint.
April 21, 1870.
THOMPSON,
HOI. LINGS WORTH,
Plaintiff's Attorneys,
Pickens C. II., 8. C.
To Wm. A. Lay, Executor of Iho Estate of
of C. M. Lay, Letty Newton, and J. C. C.
Newton, Defendants; Take notice that Complain),
and amended Complaint iu this action
has been filed in the oftice of the Clerk of tho
Court of Common l'lcas, at New Pickons
Court House, South Carolina.
THOMPSON,
HOI.MNCSWOHTII,
PliiiiitilT'B Attorneys.
?p 21, ar? o
NJ3W ADVERTISEMENTS.
A Fine LINE
OF
DRY GDOtS,
ttjaes HMOTA??!? AT
McFALL'S,
IIATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, ftt prices to auit tbo times.
At McFALL'S.
o
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
At MoFALL'S.
o
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
I'rioea Wat Down.
At MoFATX'S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At MoF ALL'S.
o
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Puro
i MI - .1 * i
HIIU gUIIUlllO?Will ouro UIQ8ICK till u
mako tlio well foci better. Try mo?
Don't bo backward?but ask for
what yon want..
Respectfully,
\V. T. MuFAI.L.
March 30, 1870 30_
UOML ALL!
o KA8LEY
STATION, 8. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUC
CESSORS to T. W. RUSSEL) lmvo
oponod out business At Kasloy Station,
A. L. R. R., and proposo to koop a
first class stock of
Iry-Goois and Groceries,
Which thoy propoao to Boll at bottom
priccfl, ns tho following pricos inclicnto
:
Factory Yarn, 81.20 por bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 contH per yard.
3-4 Shirting, GJ conts per yard.
Liverpool Salt, $1.(55 por sack.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Ilio fJoffoo. best. 4 lbs to tiio dollar.
Good Tobacco, at G5 conts per lb.
Flour, Family, 87.00 por barrel.
C. II. Baltimoro Bacon, 13 conta por
pound.
All othor things in proportion. Always
in tho Corn and Cotton Market;
and othor produco talcon in oxchango
i'or Goods.
Guanos of (ho best on hand. Call
and oxamino beforo purchasing.
Kospoctfully,
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1876 20
EasleY HoTeL.
THIS POPULAR IIOU8K is conveniently
located to the Depot) Rooms well furnished
And the table supplied with the bost in tho
market. Hoard reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Tablo Rock,
If AM ??.. A>1. A? Lf.l
j \jvunnr a nunu, ui nnjf uniur puilll ulilCIl
parties may wish to visit,
CLYDE k MOTES,
Proprietors.
March 30, 18(0 30 Ouio
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Will
I'rovo to nil, tlmt I have as good and choap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
thor? is
Not
A man who can boat my Btook of Cannod
Qoods. Besides tho above, I haro puroliaaod
a stovo, and a nioo Lunch of Frcah Oysters
vnu
B e
Had rvt any time, provided I am not
E* 1 e c t e d
lnionuant, in which ease you might,
Agai n,
Have lo go home hungry ami moneyless,
B u t
ITnnlnnr nr* ennl> m5oopA?l..?A :4 - 1
r"T> uv iiuooiunuiiu uwuita mi:, 1
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a call, nud 1
Will
Appease llieir hunger on short notico and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
Live in
Those lmnl times. Dont forget to call on J.
11. GLAZENEll, who can bcfouml in the Tost
Offico at
Easley Station.
Deo 2, 1875 14 (f
NEW STORE,
vvivir -r< w*.?? -
a jCi n ?i(uui?n Z
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Thft iinrloroiffnAJ ? IT
u|Jtui;u U 11 UU?U 111
Eaeley, near their Livery Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Firm, name and stylo of RICIIEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices.
ns they intcud selling strictly for cash. Give
them & call.
ii. a. riciiry,
a. a. wyatt.
Kaalcy, Nov 22, 1875 13 tf
\Tr\u t^VC I
i\ L. VV Vjt kJ U ly vJ : |
MSILSHBl'S FBRBISSISB GOODS.
JiOOTS, SHOES, and nATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and !
HARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS. TOBACCO. Etc.. Vac.
' I 1
At W. A. LESLEY & SO^'S.
MHTir T" !
x \ vy x x i :
Wc have received our
Fall and Wiuh'i^i! imhIs,
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figures. J
Wo havo ou hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of Bagging and Tics, which
wc propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C>t(on.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesnlo I'riccs.
no3tf II. E. IIOLCOMBE & SON.
T II E
O L V M IIIA llEO 1STEK,
PUUUSDED
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
Tie Only Democratic Paper at the Capital.
TKRMB, IN APVANCB :
Dnily, six montliH, $3 50
Tri-Weekly, six months, '2 50
Weekly, six months, 1 00
CIIEAl'KST
TtaaIT aiul TAK
.wvwu HUM UWU A liliulllg UillV/U
IN Tin: ST A TK.
prOT' Address nil communications, of whatever
character, (o Mannger liogister Publishing
Company, Columbia, S.
May IS, li<7U >J7
NEW ADVERTISEMENT^
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTOllN-E YS A T LA W,
Will practice in (ho Circuit and Prabata
[ Courts for Pickens Coanty, artd in tho United
Slatos Courts of tliis State from that oounty.
Ono o f tlio Senior partners will bo present to
assist in tlio transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J NORTON i
w o. "KEITTIV' ^ WaUm,la
G. I.. HOLLlNaSWOItTII.riokonsg. II,
Maroh 23, 187G W
HOLCOMBE & CHILD, "
A TTORNEYS A T LA IF.
1' 1 C K E N s c. n. s. c.,
Will Practico in all tlic Courts of tha 8tat<r
and of the United States. Business promptly
attended to.
March 10 1870 28
Butler & McBee
A TTORNEYS AT LAW
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
S&ISSimiLiBK*'ft. ?
WILL PRACTICE IN TIIE COURTS 0?
THE STATE AND OF TIIE UNITR1
STATES.
Sept 28 10 tf
^^IHTKER SYM5IKS,
* t
ATTORNEY A Nil COUNSELLOR AT i. AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Prncticcs in the Circuit ourt and Court
Probate fov Pickcns ounty.
Mny 10 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
A1TOMEY AT LAW,
OR2SNV2LLE C, H? S. C,
T i ?: ry .
aiuoikjus in \jouri8 or 1'ioKent
County, and in United States CourU
Karlo, Wells A Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an office at Pickens C.
H., iS. C., will attend promptly to all business
left with G. W, Taylor who may bo nlwayv
found at their oilice at Pickens C. II., S. C.
One of the senior partners will always b?
pvouub tuu vuuna tu U9H1HI Willi me Dualncss.
W. K. EAULE, \
G. G. WELLS, f G. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. C. Pickons, S. C.
GUANO!
TIIE UNDERSIGNED KESrKCTFULLY
call llie nttcntioii of (hoir friends to tho faot,
that, in addition to 'Mr
Sioclc o! ten! Mdmditt,
Which is always full in its variod branebw.
Tliey have on linnd a (quantity of iliffor?n{
Standard Fertilizers, at the following r>i*irsajv
ISradley'N Am moid a ted
I'lioMpltnlo.
fi?i. T?_: - - ""
WJkOIl IllUU, ^ 40 w
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 15 cenl?, 00 00
Allan tic Plionphate.
Cash Price, $44 00
Time Price, payable in Cnvrenoy. 50 00
Timo Price, payable in Middling Cot
ton r.t 15 ocuts, 65 00 ?.
ITS up on riioMpIittte.
Cnsh Frit c, ^48 00
Time Prico, payablo in Currrncy, 48 00
Wilcox A CjihliK1 ^lunSpulaicd
4?imno.
Cash Prico, $55 00
Time I'rioe, pnvahlc in Middling Cotton,
i?t 17 ccnls, 70 00
cruigni. 10 dc nuiic.i irom Factory, and
payable in CASH. AM time sales to bo cloa?<l
l>y note, duo 1st day of November noxi.
Respectfully,
IIUDGKNS <fc BOLT.
l'.aalcy, S. 0., Feb. Ii3, 1H7C> 2(\
\ \ T 4- ^ A !
vv cii i icu :
.i.~u
vi j immij uiiv iv;mi uiu oftN 1in KJb
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Ilavc, and will keep on hand At
EASLKY STATION,
A well Reloeted stock of (4ENF.RAT.
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sol) as chcap as tho cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUJt ani? MOLASSES
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CKACKBR3,
uainui, v ion, i uiuiuvu, aso.,ao.
VVoolon and Cotton Good?, Latest
Stlyles of Lndios', Mon's and Chil*
drcn's Ilats, Boots ami Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. por yards
Ileady Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking thoir customors for p&At
patronago, they solicit a continuant
' <>1 I ho 6unic, arid cordially itmfa
: ALL who come fo P.aslcy Station to
1 j^ive them a call.

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