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LOCAL ITEMS.
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MUUUV IP UV'iUg U?HW?UVI.
Our public well hooJh attention,
8wcct potatoes lire being planted in abuud
ftneo in tbiri BCetiou.
r ,m*
Hoftvy rainn fell in this Motion on Monday
night and Tuesday morning last.
Kvory Township in this County now has Its
Domooratlo Club, and caoh of them t?ro growing
rapidly.
Wo arc to Imvo no oourt until tho Novembor
Torm, Jtulgo Cooke having decided not to
hold any '.bin week,
Cel. Anderson tliiflin V..3 oorn t' ?
IIo ifl going 'o get married when his "roastw.g
?*ra" conio.s in.
k ?<B> ?
Wo learn (hat <li" v '.cut in romo rlions
of the County fallen <lowu from t!r>
oflTectn of rupt ami will he a total fail-::
?
Captain Thornloy i-j having tho finishing
touch put upon hi? house by tho painter Ilia
* lmprovomenfa ha*o a<lde<l muoh to the value
and appoaranoe ofhieplaoo.
Wo would like to have items weekly from
Eaaley, Liberty ami Central. Can't eomo
friend at each place get them uj fin uaT
, Candidates arc moving around lively among
tho "dear" people. Wo hoard of several
being out laM week, armed and equipped with
the neoeBsary implomonts of warfare.
X ???
Aooording to tho evldonceof anEasleyninn,
vho had bovoq non to assist him to his fool,
'the hind And of a mule Is much moro promat?re
than tho front end."
i
Ii is strange, muttered a young man of this
(own, not long sinoe, as be staggered homo
from ft supper parly, "how evil communications
oorrupt good manners." I have been
- torreonded by tumblers all tho evening, and
ow I am a tumbler myself.
Emboli..?Every Demoorat in ibo County
should at onoe enroll himself in somo Pomo?raUo
olub. Do not hesitate, bat oome forward
and prove the faith that Is in you by
y$tfc> Works. All good Republicans, who
honeatly uosire a oetter ana more oap&oio
Gerernment, in (he Stale as well an the Naf
tiofl, should abandon the rotten oraft of
KadionUam and align themsolves with the
Ptnoertoy. Our ranks are open for rocruilu
ftd we will gladly welcouio you, no matter
What the ?>olor of your skin may be.
IuraoTivo ? Messrs. Grifiln A Lesley are
ktving a first olass flouring mill built, in een i
A/ii t<\n aiUN IKaSii 4?rv*?rt mill tiaen t)>Su ?i1*aa*
UWIIVU ffltw M4VU V\MU Will, uv?l ?u?u JMNVV
Mr. Iiylor is also having tho Wool Faotory,
hi whloh he recently purcbaevu an Interost,
thoroughly repaired and put in first oIbsb or-?
dor. Wo liko to neo this Bj'irit of improve*
fcent in our . Energy *n<i pcraovcrcticc
is tho true .cmcdy for h?rH limn*.
?. *
A matrimonial caiululato, not a thousand
miles from this placo, doos not feel encouraged,
because, ho says:
The women toll me every day
That all my bloom has passed away."
noxio.??>y me proccoainga 01 mo uei
j^atcs of cach fiuhoriiinate Grange in tho
* County, which wo publish clfovvhcro, it ".vi'l
be scon that they propose to have a I'icnio
at 8coona Ghurci), on ihti first Saturday in
August. Wo trust everybody will !ako a
lively interest in it an<l inako tho affair a
BUOCOS9.
8cat.?The Corpusca of aevernl oats aro
lying around town. A combination had boon
formed amongst them for tho purpose of raid1*
ln?f unon T)oaltrv yards, which thov oarrioii
into Kuccosaful opeiation, and in ado Had havoo
^ Amongst (ho feathered tribe wherever they
wont. A war of extermination was at ouco
inaugurated agamsl them?honoo, the nr.r,' r
of oorpuses al?ou' !,wu. Tiie Coroner lutj ;i .1
, beon notified.
The STitnooi.zs Livi: From tho eri.li !
to t'io grave lifo ii full )f Hrug^ltM tfome
struggle for rioho soino for pleasure, e.mio
for honor, nn.l others strugglo to regain that
greatest of allblcsiungd?health?and in lln ir
offer's !hey often resort to means wliiuli jdncen
* It farther and farther out of their roach. They
t tako drastic compounds, which uhook tlie
eyHtom, or violent minerals which poison liy
degrees ami thus the vital onorgiosare weakened
and the very fountains of life polluted.
Nature provides remedies for overy disease,
and it id from the vogotable kingdom that Dr.
iTult's Idvor Pills dorlvo their iugmlicnls,
and in Iheir use Ihoro is tho happy ocrtuU. y
that if they do no good thoy do no harm, llii'
of their oflioaoy, thousands who have been
eurcd of disoaaed llvor, kidneys, spleen, stom4
' aoh nndbowols, livo to day to testify.
| A CARD,
I'ickkn^, C. It., 8. 0., Juno 18, 1878.
Me. Kiutob: Tho improsaion, I understand,
ku boon oxtonsivoly oiroulated through the
County, that lamt oandidato for re-election
to the offico of Probato Judgo. Thin is Inoori
, root. I hftvo not by word or deed sought tho
noininatiou in the oomiug eleotion, There
seems to bo a universal demand among our
oitixons fur a now Bet of offioera. and haviacr
hereloforo received very flattering expressions
of publio opinion through the ballot, 1 willingly
yioM to publio sentiment, and leave
, the honors and emoluments of my olBoe to be
won and worn Ity some other.
Thanking my fclluw-oHiiens for the earnest
, support they hnvo nlway? tendered me, I am
very rospoctfully, yours, &c
PJMJ/l'OT.
County Grange Mooting.
On Monday, Juno 5th, a meeting of
dologatos from the subordinate Grang
os or bno uounty was now at rioKens
C. 11., for iho purposo of taking into
, consideration tho proprloty of instituting
n co operative Granger' Store,
and making arrangementu tbi holding
a Grange Picnic.
On motion, Mr. J. T- Lewis was
called to the Chair, and Dr. G. W.
Boroughs appointed Seoreiary. Bus!*
noes was then entered upon, tvith tho
onrollruont oi dologates.
Tho following gentlemen were prea>
out: Dr. G. \V. Boroughe, Mount Ta^
! no;, j. W Lawronco and J. it. Zr.ehs
i a:;; ' :\y L. Mauldin, and
if':. r.sv io; .J. li.
' i ath un, D xcav ril>o; 7/. Fiold, J.
I MS i JJ 111! { T-. CS A --
l. i.uv.1' , y, . . V.OJ, , .u. It. lMIJQB,
T /olvo Milo.
Llxvii.;: : vwd !?; ??, h rew>>
! (r.f.v.n \v-:\e :V< , i tcouiniiuilinir
j onol'. to i t-.Migo to contri|
bulo tho eun .%f ton oollarf, ('nore or
loss) (or tho roliol ol sutToiii.br Grancoru
it' tho iovvor part oi tho frrtnto in
view of tho prouont distress, tho roeolation
was unanimously adoptod;
and, on motion that tho Seorotarios of
tho i-uhordinato (Jrangosbo instruotod
to raise tho said contributions as soon
as praotioablo, and forward thom to
l?l CI - i- i r, . . /
I mu rveroiary 01 uio ouue urango lor
' diwfvibu &! .">, vf\r> carried.
lvoovlv .1 second, That the Grangox\s
! of the Oou' 13* have a picnic at, Sooona
Church, or.o tvdio Wont of Piokons C.
II., on the let Saturday in August,
noxt; and that onch of tho subordinate
Grangen bo instruc'-od to appoint a
cominiiioo of throo, to meet at tho
chnroh, for tho purposo of taking into
consideration tho praotioability ol instituting
a oo-oporativo Grango Store.
Adopted.
On motion, tho Chair appintod tho
: * * ? ?t_.
ivuuvyiu^ wlllullvtuu u1 1ii v 1 (/{ft bill ii j viz*.
J. W. Lawronco, Dr. L. 0. Noal, and
Dr. G. W. Boroughs.
It was then movod that tho Masters
of tho different Grangosbo instraotcd
to appoint a oommittoo of ton, flvo
ladioa and flvo gontlomon, for tho
general supervision and management
of tho Pieuio.
On motion, the Piokens Skntinbl
was roquostod to publish tho proceedings
ol tho mooting.
J. T LEWIS, Pres.
G. W. Boroughs, Soo'ry.
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| Proccodinga of tho County Demooratio
mVV<UUTO VUUUUAIrbVO
Piokenb C II., May 20, 1876.
W11 Uriah, At tho lato bemooratio Oounty
oouToalion, a proposition from Garvin olub
' waa submitted to "*id convention, proposing
the consideration of erimarv eieollon for candidates
tr fill tho varioua oounty offices, and
for members of tho Legislature; and whereas,
' Bnid convention postponod the consideration
ot the muac, \iutil tho noxi mooting of the
oouvonliim, and wboreas, the duties of said
oonvontion being n Bfoiftc on?, to wit: The
elootion of delegates to the State oonvontion
which a.-uctablod in Columbia, on the ith of
iuHt., and, also, the eleotion of a oounty I
cxeoutivo oommitloe, and after the disohargo
of theso duiioa, it did coaae, In our opinion
io b?- ii convention and, therefor-.;, unablo to
am ?f any fm; her bn incuf and, wheronp
i holitviiii :'ial it n thcd.uie of '.i.'Uiy I'eiiiO|
era-3 in ii'i;i county ? ! ..< , rimaiy clco1
linn r.'.r .m:.'.''l;.u.. :o !.]1 *i:u various offioos,
as afore . id, (ho oxccullvo oommittoo dj
therefore, nubuiil the following plan of primary
elections to the various clubs for their
ratification or rejection:
That caoh of the Damooratio club* in tho
county, ou a day hereafter to bo designated
by the executive committee, elmll hold meetings
lor tho purpose of balloting for |oandldatis
f'<r t!io following offices, to wit: two
mu'iiK'i (it the IcgislaUtii, clerk of the oourt,
si IT, j. f'o < f school commisaionf
j ?!.' i' < ij-l oovonor>
. f an CAildldatM, a
'.t t; . . m : , 'i > for and
tho uufibiu* ?f vote:- evsh huvo reoetvodi
bo i.t M.'l up ^'trough their ro-|H
1 tctuniy oon7eiuion,
>'i i?i V oot-'d 10 count all the votes
for f.iicii ::.1 \ ! > HudiiU'.o voted for iu each
olu'>, uM t'r.or 'by HCevluiiig the wholo number
o! vote !or m ;h oan'lidato, shall declare
the ciindi.lftlo who receives a majority of all
tho votes uf ali tho olubs, the nomineo of tho
ji-iviy for tho (Dice for which he was balloted
! r provided, howovor, in coao of a tio batwen
'-wo opposing candidates, tho oonven
; linn Hiimi jiniuceu vu wuturuiiuu, i>y OttltOl,
{ which of them aliftll bo tho nominca of tho
j party.
ii tolved, That each club doterinino during
I llio mouth of Juno, wheihur thoy accept or ro!
j I il i ii'iov i plan of primary olootiona, and
, 10 Vi-Milt of their action to (ho oxeon?
I < ,\ s - . iiiiloo on salfday in Ju!y noxt, In or
do;1 if p. tn.y v. / of tho olaba favor primary
election*, the executive committee may,
an noon thereafter at; practicable, appoint a
11 ay for holding said primary election.
Tho exeoutivo committoo also adopted tho
following resolution.
Resolved, That we reocommend to tho executive
committed of each olub in tho oountv
and they aro hereby requested, to prooeed, aa
sood as practicable, ana in suoh manner aa
they may deem boat, to make a complete roator
of tho voters of their reapootivo toirnshipa,
classifying them According to oolor and
polltioa, so far as they may be able ao to do.
R. E. BOW EN, Chairman.
T>. P. Rradmit, Secretary,
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ARRIVED And ready for delivery, 100
barrola LIME.
AND
000 ?AQB OUANO. For sale by
B. E UOLrOMUE A SON (
J'&sl' > ? . Jah V '*7fl VI tf
? - - ?- ' ? .J.
I" NEW ADVJBJBTISESIEirrB.
the' ruf
For the Campaign !
The events of the Presidential oampaign
will ba bo faithfully an<l fully Illustrated ia
THE NEW YOHK BUN bh to eommend U to
oapdld mcu 0f a\i parties! We will send tho
WEEKLY EDITION (eight pages) post paH,
from now till After election for 50 oents; the
HCNDAY EDITION, earn* site, at the samo
prices or the DAILY, four pages, for fd.OO
Addresa THE SUN, New Yerk Otty.
QM () aday ntfaome. Agents want*). OutT*u?
k Co., A*?
Visiting Carda, with yonr name finely
yU printed, sent for 2(So. We have 200
stylos. Agents wanted, 9 samples sent for
stamp A. II. FULLKR & 00., Brookton,
Man.
During this month
A GREAT OFFER I WO will dispose of
100 now find ecoond-hani PIANOS^ 'snd OHUAN8
of first class nmkors, lnoluding Wat?
era* at lower prices tlmn ever heforo offorod.
now 7 octave fianoa for $200 l?oxcd and
shipped. TormB, $40 oash and $10 monthly
until paid. Now 6 Octavo 4 Stop Organs
with book olosots and stool warranted fur
$100?$20 cash, and $6 monthly until paid.
Illustrated catalogues mailod. Agent* wanted
nOKAOK WATHHJ ? HONS,* I
481 lirofidway, New York.
ffeBlfPEK WEEK. guarantei'i to Agents, !
v'/'/Mftln ami Pnm.U U .l.-.l- > iT?
p. - | ??V w?vi * vu??*?v, ?U moil inVUIHV.
mil Terms and OUTFIT FREE. AddrcHH
T" P. 0. VICJKERY & CO., Augusta, Mc
$5 to $20 per day at homo. 8ainplcs worth
81 froo. Stinson & Ho., Portland, Maine.
MIND Roading, I'syohomancy, Pasoinatiun,
.Soul Charming, Mosraorism, and
niamago Uuldo, showing how cither box may
faooinato and gain tho love and affection of
any person they ohoono instantly. 400 pagea.
By nail 60 cents, Hunt & Co., 189 8. 7th St.,
Philadelphia.
NEwspapeRS
ov tub
IlnifpH m-sitec
-w? ? A V -w v? ??/ V V< w; |
oompleto list, numbering 8,129, with a
Qaxelteor oorreot to date, of all towns and
olties in whloh Newspapers ere published:
historical and statistical sketches of the Great
Newspaper Establishments; illustrated with
numerous eagraTings of the prinoipal newspaper
buildings, Hook of 800 rages, just
iflsurd. i/ailed, post paid, to any address for
3&o- Apply (inclosing prico) to Saperintcndent
of tho Newspaper Pavlllion, Gentenniftl
Grounds. Phlladelnhia. or American
News Company, N. Y' Kvcry advertiser
n?da it.
Advertising
in RELIGIOUS AND AGRICULTURAL
WKBKLIESB HALF PKlCS
Sond for Catalogue on tbo List Plan.
For information, address
GEO. P. BOWKLI. A CO.,
41 Park Row, Now York.
!S7S.
mi ID f?m w!
0
Your attention is most respectfully
called to tho largest and deoidedly
me tifiiiaf iioi chock 01 uooub tnai nas
ever been exhibited la tfest Greenville i ooaninting
of DEY OOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HABDWARB, 0K00KEBY,
GROCERIES, etc., oto.
Our prioos arc so low that no Iiouao this
aide of New York oftn nndor-soll ua.
We sell Goods itriotly for CASH, which
enables ua to mako tho above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASH and ULtNDS, at prioee that
defy competition.
We alao keep on haad a large lei of the*e
oolebrated GUANOS PLOW STOCKS, to
whioh we invite your attention.
We have also connectcd to our Storo, a
a r.nrgo WAGON YAKD, wi?h a well of Good
Wfttoi wiii h t.- I'reo ami Opbn to All.
Gtoonvillc N <' ')?:twher 1, 1H75 nu>H(
Peabocly House,
CORNKli Ol L'-JUxT .j- NINTH HTff.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
VR\' IK.\'T fn ivll ftf Amiu^mnn(
u and oar limits in the oily. No changes
to and from (he Centennial grounds.
Colonol Watson, proprietor of the Hknry
IIohsh, Cincinnati for tlio past twenty years,
and prosent proprietor, has loasod (ho House
for a term of yearn, and has newly furnlshad
and fitted it throughout. Ifo will keep a
striolly first class IIouso, and (ibb acoommo*
datiou for 800 gue?U. Terms only $8 per
day,
Co J. WATSON is a natlvo of Virginia, and
probably the only Hotel Proprietor in Phila
1 JAMES WAT80*. Proprietor.
May 2ft, 88 2m
limy ail Sal) Stalk.
Parties desiring to hire conveyaaoe to
Piokens Court House, Table Rook and other
points, oan be aooommodated at my Stable^
?vf. all hAtira fit (ha iltv And ntaht Pnr
ohasers can also b? supplied with flood Stock
at raasonablaprlooo.
Mf Regular Mall Lino to Plokaaa Courthouse
daily, (flundaya exoepted.)
HICHEY ft WYATT
Eaaley Sialion, S. 0., Aug, 1875.
j)?40-!y
*
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A Fine LIN'E
OF
in unnn5
? At 4 M W W My
A1B MOTIM* AT
McFALL'S,
LIATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit tho times.
At MoFALL'S.
o
liOUTb AND 8HOE8.
Good and Cheap.
At MoFALL*S.
o
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
Prices Way Down.
At MoFALL'S.
o??
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At MoFALL'S.
o
DRUQ8 AND MEDICINES. Pure
ana genuine?will cure the sick and
make the well feel better. Try me? I
Don't be backward? but ask tor
what yon want..
Hospootfully,
W. T. McFall.
March 30, 1870 80 _
COME ALL!
A
v
I'iANLiEY STATION, N. 4'.
TUB UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RU8SEL) have
oponed otttbas?n?n* ftt Boaloy Station,
A. L. R. &, and propoao to heap a
firat olaaa atook 01
A
Dry-Ms anil Smirin,
Which thoy propose to soli at bottom
prioos, as tho following prices indu
onto :
Faotory Yam, $1 20 por bunch
7 -8 Shirting, 8 centa per yard.
8-4 Shirting, 0$ oonto por yard
Liverpool Salt, $1.05 per sack
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Rio CofFoo, best, 4 !ba to tho dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 85 conts por lb.
Flour, Family, $7 00 por barrol.
C. R. lialtimoro Bacon, 13 conta por
|IUUIJU?
All other things in proportion. Always
in tho Corn and Cotton Market;
and other prodaoe taken in exohango
for Goods.
Guanos oi the best on hand. Call
and examino before purchasing.
Rospeotftilly,
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1S76 26
EasleY HotcL.
THIS POPULAR IIOUSU it conveniently
located (o the Depot; Booms volt furnished
and the tablo supplied with tho but ia th?
market. Board reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Table Rook,
Cs?sar's Head, or any other point which
parties nay wish to visit.
CLYDE A MOTB8,
, Proprietors.
?0. 187?i m finio
A
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
Grant
MB THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Will
Provtf to til, th?t I have m good and cheap
lot of Confeotion8 as any to bo found, and
'her* la
Not
A man who can b?U toy Stock of Canned
Good?. Besides the above, I have p?rchM*d
a ?to*e, and * nice Lunch of Wrah Oyetere
can
B e
| Had at any time, provided 1 am not
Elected
Intendant, in whioh oaso you might,
Again,
Hare to go home hungry and moneyless,
II ^
nut
Hoping no auoh misnfortune awuita me, 1
oordially inyite all my hungry friends to givo
mc a call, and I
Will
Appoaso t hoir hungor on ahort notice and at
low figuros, aa my objeot ia to livo and let
Live in
TDese bard times. Dont forget to call on J.
H. QLAZBNER, who oau be found io the Poet
Office at
Easley Station.
Dee 2, 1876 14 tf
NEW STORE,
VEW GOODS!
AT EASLEY STATION, 8. C.
The undersigned have opened e House In
Easloy, near their Livery -Stable, for the purpose
of oonduoting a fanoy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Finn, name and atyle of RICKEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom price*,
aa thoy intend Belling etriotly for each. Give
them a call.
H. A. RIOHBY,
A. O. WYATT.
gasley, Nov 22, 1876 18 U
NEW GOODS!
r
num mrnsBim hods.
HOOTS, SnOES, a*d IIATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
HARNESS,
1
GROCERIES. I
SUGAR, COFFE, BAOON LARD
SYRUP, akd FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LHSI.RY A SON'S.
NOTIC R I
Wo havo recclvoil oiir
Fall and Winter ODode,
and aro proparod to soil goods at low figures.
Wo havo on hand I wo oar loads of S-i.lt and
two oar loads *f Hngging and Tloa, which
nv (ji ujjusu iu nun hi urcuuviuo prioos.
Highest oaah prioo paid for C)Uon.
Wrapping l'apor at Wholesale Pricoa.
no8tf R. R. nOTiCOMHE & SON.
THE
COLUMBIA RKOISTKIl,
PUBT.ISftKD
DAILY, TBI-WEEKLY A WEEKLY
Thi OjIj Papa it tt? CiplUl,
TMttWty m *r?A*OB :
Dally, six months, f 8 00
Tri-Wfiftklv. Hi* months. 2 fift
Weekly, tlx months, 1 00
CHEAPEST
Book and Job Printing Offico
IN T11E ST A VS.
|gjr Ad<lt-?ss all communications, of ntiAt-.
ever charaotor, Jo Manager Kcpristor Publishing
Company. Columbia 8 C.
Mt?y 1H, 1^7^ 37
NEW ADVEltTISBMBHTfl.
EARLK. WELLS & fAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS,
Sickens c. H.
' Members of tho American Attorneys Association
and of the United States Law AmooI'a*
tiofl.
Co) JAMBS E H AQOOD is M*oclot?#wltIf
them, and they will gHe prompt attention to
all business entrusted to them.
Uu* 16, 1876 41
Norton, Ke&tli & HollingswOrth
A TTORNEYS At ZaW,
Will praotioe in (he Circuit and Prebate
Courts for Tiokens County, and In tho Unltodf
States Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will bo present tor
assist in the transaction of a6y impottant
business during vacation.
J J NORTON, 1 w.,h-.,.
W. C. KEITH. f a,hl"1*
o. Ij. IIOLLINOSWORTH,Pickens C. If.
March 28. 187fl 29
HOLCOMBE & InmST
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
pickens c. n. s. a,
Will Praoticc iu nil th< Courts of the
and of the United State#. Business promptly
March 10 1870 28
Butler & McBee.
A TTORNE YS AT LAW
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUltfc;
WILL PRACTICE IN THJB C0UBX8 Ol
THB.StATfc AND OF THE UKIffei
STATES. ,
8ept 28 10 ?f
^HITBTBR SYBMflU,
ATTOBSBT AKD OOUMftRtfcOB AT t AW,
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
praoHoes la the Circuit oort and Go** t
jl rroDate for fiokons ouniy.
Mfty 10 4j? 6*
ISAAC M* BRYAN,
ATTOBHTEY AT LAW*
I mmm c. l. s. c.
j Practices in Oonrts of Pickoi 0
Connty, and in United States Courts
GUANO!
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call Ihe attention of thoir friends to the fact,
tuui, !u av'.'lt'uu tC thci"
8w9l of taml Uercksiitdt
Which is always full ?" i's varied branches.
They have ou haud i? quantity of different
8tendnrd Fertilisers, at the following pricesBrftdloyH
Animonl?led
Phosphate*
Oftflh Price, $46 00
Time Prioe, payable in Currency, ?1 00
Time Prioe payablo In Middling Cotton,
at 16 conto, 40 00
Atlantic Phosphate*
<*?h ?*?? . Hi 00
Time Prioo, payablo in Currency. 60 09
Timo Prioe, payable in Middling Cot.
ton at 16 uenta, W 00
Napes Phosphate.
Coah Prito, 948 QO
Tlmo Price, payable la Cwwraoy, 68 00
Wilcox ?fc OlbJw' 'Jlanlpalatod
Ouano.
Cash Price, OO
Timo Prioe, payable in Middling CotJon,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to bo added from Factory, and
payable in CASH All time sales to be closed
hy note, due 1st day of November nexl.
Rospectfully,
HTJDORNS A hULl'
Ksialey. S. ?. . r -?. 2ft. 1*7? 2rt
Wanted!
Everybody who road tho SkntinkI;
to know that
i Hcndricks & Williams
! Tr~ ...:n 1 ? ? ? -?
JKIVV7, JUKI Will <111 IIBIICI At
EASLEY STATION,
A woll soloctod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
eol) as cheap ?i? tho choapoat, consiating
in part of
BACON and LAUD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLilJUJt A!*D MUIjASHM!*,
LEATHER AWI) SALT,
CHEESE AND CRACKERS,
CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO* Ad., Ao.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, ktMt
fitlylca of Ladioa', Men's and Children's
Tlata, Hoots and Shoos. Boat
Standard Prints at lOo. oer vards
r? <r ?
Ready Mado Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, por suit.
Thanking thoir custoinora for part
patronage, thoy solicit a oontinuanoe
of the same, and cordially invite
ALL wl: o O'jUM! to lUsley Station to
j\ then -i

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