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jLOCAL ITEMS.
* Metting of County Democratic Exocutivo
Committee
Pennant lo actyournmont, tho County Exeootiy?
CommiUoo met at the Court Houtso, on
Monday, tho 8d inet. Froaont, R. E, Mowou,
Chairman; D. P. Bradley, Secretary; J. H
tlcNMdU, W. 0. Fiold, B. J. Johnaou, J. E.'
Borrougha. W. T. Field and John T. Lowia.
Ro* Q W Singleton was admlttod aa proxy
for T 8 JoneB, tnombor from I'umpkiutown
dub*' Reports from oaoh club as to notion on
primary plan of olcction for candidates, wan
received, as follows.- Pickonsville club,
adoptedj Liberty olub, rojocted; Garvin club,
adopted} Easley olub, adopted; l'ickeng Court
flotlso club, adopted; Dacusvillo club, adoptod;
/' Pumpkiotown olub, adopted; Eastatoe club,
f adopted. A majority of the oluba having
: adopted the plan, tho following proamblo and
' " raeohitlons wero thon presented and unanl >
moutly adopted:
' 1 WftfcnBAe, A majority of tho Democratic
, j Oluba In tho oounty haying adopted tho plan
Of primary oleotion for candidates, as proUvv-i
- ?
, pv?vu uy mo jvxoouuvo uommittoe, audi
wheroau, it ia mado tho duty of said commit- |
tee to doaignato tho time for holding said
election, thoroforo, bo it
Utaolvtd, That each olub moot on Friday> |
tho 18th ilay of August, 187U, at 16 o'clock,
A. M., aud pvocoed to rccoivo votoa for cundidatca,
aa propoaod, until 4 o'clock, 1'. M. or
is touch lator aa may bo nccoeaary, to afford
all mombore of tho club au opportunity of
lining.
ltcfiulvcd, That caoU club bo entitlod to live |
dolegates to lho couuty convention, and that
caid convention convene at tJio Couit llouso, j
on Saturday following, the 19th, for tho purple
of carrying out tho duties imposed by lite
feaid plan of pvimory election, and for thedisohargoofsuch
other duties as jnoy properly
^ como beforo it.
&t4olvt<l, That it was the intention of the
Executive Committee that tho candidate ro*
calving a plurality, ar highest number of
votes, (but not a majority, as published in
the propsltion) ehould be tho caudiduto of tho
party.
Huolved, That each olub, when it moota to
vote for candidates, bo requested to ratify the
ftbovo declaratory resolution, and voto for
candidates with that understanding,
Befolutiona submitted from Pickonsviilo,
Garvin and Kaaioy clubs, wore laid on tbe
table. Committo then adjourned to moot on
afodfjr in August next,
R. E. BOWEN, Chairman.
D. ?."&badlby, Sco.
B?o notice of the Pendleton Wool Cards.'
4f ? 9
Tho attention of teachers id oallcd to the i
?o4ioe-of Sohool Commission In this issue.
~8amday.? Thore woh a large attoiidnnco of
candidatea on salctlay. J^o properly disposed
of by, the Sheriff.
.We call particular attention of the Dornocr*UcVotern
of Pickens County, totheproooedihgs
of the County Executive Comrnitteo,
. , published elsewhere in thia idt?uc.
Wo regret to learn thut tho oniy daughter
of Captain A. T. Clayton, died last week.
MUseClnyton wae, at tlic timo of hor 'loath, a
?tudont in (ho Williamston Feinalo College,
nd died at thnt place. Tho grief Btriokon
. pwfeutH h&vo our bcartfolt liyrupathicd.
?.
To Cakdiijatkb.?Candidateu ami their
friends will please romombor that our prioo
for Announcing u enndidato is fivo dollars,
Biriotly la advauco. Whou the abovo ie not
complied with no notico will bo takoa of any
ennoanccmcnt.
v Human Bohrb.?We aro Informed that tho
recent freshot washed up tho hones of a hnsafts
being, in tho bottom* of Mr. it. li. Stoolo.
on Kooweee IUver, in thia County. Tho
plfcoo is near old Fort Ooorgo, and tho probability
la that tho honos aro thoao of an Indian
Or a Revolutionary soldier.
<** *
lie nr.?Mr. Joeoph Maxcy, of (his plaoc,
was painfully hurt, last week, by tho running
away of oxen attached to a wagon- Ho was
t thrown out on the ground, his head stiking a
rook, which cut a painful gash that had to >>o
x Mwod up.
Ol>d Aon is noxobadlb,?This Is truo, hu
how tow of ua liko to look old, Age, with its
gre/Wrs, is uovor wolcomo, and tho various
arts hayo boen brought into requisition to
hide itB ruvH[;uo la too uiany instancos
ftgonts nro used for Mi a ( purpose, which intiio1
eorioua injury to <he constitution. F.apeoially
is this ^ho ease with a laigo majority of tho
' hair dyes of tho present tiny. For an dopant
preparation that will impart a peri'ootly natu^
^ r$l oclor, without doing tho lonst harm to tho
hair or honlth we rcecomiiiend that made by
T>r. Tutt, of Now Vork. It possesses quali?
ties that no other Hair Pyo doce, and r.a its
tinnalyais proves id nn innoccnt a? mountain
spring water.
AGBNTS WANTED.?BomoUiiiig u?w. A
rftr? cbfttioo (i m vk j m vaoy. No capital rotjuirod.
25 per cout coir.ni! lion nllov-J A^m.ln
make $5 to $10 ti uny. Bond alarr.p foi outfit.
Addross L L. OBMJiNT,
0 2t Cleveland, Tenn.
-U!'. j._- ?y-' 111 *
"tXrAAI A TiHTAT^
v* uuu
o
mi!E WOOL OAHDS at tho PENDLETON
. Jl. FAOTOftY havo boon ro-clothod, ?n<l uro
notf doing tho boat of WOIIK.
H1CIIARD8 A WILHON.
July 0, 1870 -11 3 _
Notice to Tcachertt,
TlfE County Tlonrd of KxAininAro will uold
a meeting at my ottico on Monday, tlio i
17l.ll InHtlirit- fllf llm ? 1
, ? ...? |?ii ]>un <ii r<xinniiime
nnil Usuing Certificates of Quftliflontion to
T^ncliera of Public Schools in I'icVem
Connfjr. Those desiring in lio examined will
please come forward promptly.
H. A. BOWBN,
School Coniinihsiorior.
July ?, 1^7*3 II '1
nt ' rr.1 ? . . . _ . .
v/uyitiicr man A'liysioiftn'o Bills
"A Tliinp of buiuty ia a joy forovor."?
What is it? Something prepared for woman
only, and to bo i-.secl by woman cxcluBivolyIt
lo adnpled especially to oaaos .vhoro tho
woi'vh is di3ordovcd, and will cuvo till jrregu*
laritlcs of tho "ruonsos" or "monthly couraca' >
by restoring the discharge in evory instance,
whother aouto or chronic. Whoro Is it? Br
j > mautickl's Fomalo Regulator?Woman's
Host Friond?1b proparod and sold by L. IT.
Uradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Qa., and may bo
bought for $1.60 por bottl? at any respcctofrls
Drug House in the Union,
Wo, the undersigned druggists, tako pleasuro
in reocoiuwondlng to the trado Dr. i.
BradlloldV Female llogalator, believing it to
bo a good and reliable remedy for tho diseases
for which ho rccoowtnondu it.
W. A. Iiandskal, Atlanta, Gn. . . ,
Pkmhkuton, Taylor & Co, Atlanta.
IIeowink & Fox, Atlanta.
, W. C. Lawbhh, Atlanta,
W. Root & 8ons, Marietta, Ga.
Juno 22, 42 4.
IET-3 0 0 DI!
I WOULD AGAIN UESPHCTFUL
ly call tho nttonlion of tho public
to my woll solootcd and urfiortcd
EtocU of
SSffi m DRSBl JiW-dMM."
conflicting ot
DI{ Y & rVlA'" Y GOODS,
!L\ Ty a Am n.\ r>.v
'-'I
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(Scats' Clot's iiig Mads i Specialty.
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, &C.
AH of which 1 will soil cheap for canh.
o
I nm still Agent for the "EUREs
KA." FERTIUZKIt, ono of the boat
in tho mnrket.
Prico pay ft bio in cotton nt 15c. let
Nov., 800.00 por ton.
Price pnyablo iu currcncy 1st Nov.,
$55.00 por ton.
Prico pftynblo in cash on delivery,
c ri
per ion.
Freight $0.00 per ton, to be added
to tliift point, and must Jbe paid in
cash.
Last but not leant, let mo impress
it upon tl*oeo ivKo uro due mo on ae-*
count for 1875, that I need the money
and MUST HAVE SKTTLJjJM I0NTS.
Pay up nt onco and favor mc a? 1
favored you.
M. \V. FORD.
. EAfiLEft STATION, B.C.
17, lUTlj '?!-l If
Tho Stato cf South Carolina.
X'icuknh County.
IN PKOIJATE COURT.
8. I). Keith, Nathnniol Lynch, and Nfntthcw
IIoudriok?, Jii&ecutors of tho last Will aud
Trt,,irr i> ? * ? 1
*usv<iuiuui> vi J JTI IJ ivupor, (IeeCUHO'l, 1'lUintilla,
Against
Darcus Uoper, Samuel Hopor, Amos llopcr,
Mury 0. Sutherland 01 ui. Defendants.
Summon* for Itolicf?complaint not served.
To tho Defendant#, Samuel Hoper, Amos
Ilopor, Mury O. Sutherland, Hcbecoa C.
Lewis and Elijah Hopor.
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the petition in this action, of
which a cop)' is filed in the ollice of the Probate
Judge, for said County and State, and
to servo a copy of your answer io the said
pennon on 111 e ouD8oriDors nt their office, at
1'ickens Court House, within twenty daya
after tho Bcrvioo horoof, exclusive of the day
of such service; and if you fail to answibr the
petition within tho time aforesaid,' the PlAintiffin
this action will apply to the Court for
tho roliof demanded in tho petition.
Dated May 20, A. 1). 1870.
IIOLCOMDE St CHILD,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
To Samuel Roper, Amos Roper, Mary
O M.lll.nrln.wl IJnKr. .. C T VMi..
... .... ... ..WVK V/. i.UWU, l?U'I l/ll|UU
Roper, Defendants: Take uoticc that (lie potition
in this cncc wna tliia <!ny Alc>l in ll\c
oflioo of (ho Jiulgo ?f Probate for Picket
County
1IOLOOMRK & CHILI),
PluintiiTe Attoruoy.
Jun 1870 80. <i
| j
1 TING.PUl LEYS AND HANGERS I
JMTVWTCRm.'I.11II.1II< hhM I
i TheTWEOUAbLEOJAS. lEFfTEL DOUKLeI
ADDRR83 POOI/E"gr, HU HIVJ
....0....
ARRIVED ami roudy for delivery, 100
barrels LIME.
ANl>
000 UAOS OUANO. For aalo by
It. E. HO LOOM UK k SON.
Eaulej?, S._C., Jan. 27, ItM 21 It
1770 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1870
I^AHTTIJS dosiring Inforninf ion ns ( 1h<hI.
ronli'H to ll?o CENTENNIAL, or tu any
(if MlltuJilt'l' Knmrl') At
in tho country, nhouM nriilresH
?. W. WKHNN,
Oeu'l I'aaacngcr Ag't Kcnnosaw Houtc, '
Ati.anta, Oa. f
June 1, 11370 39 If -
Q?t . Hi ' i **? i* mi
NEW advertisements.
T .?1 JS ? U JN
For ttic ^aitljlfalgii!
Tlie events of rrcsLlqptml campaign
will bo" so faithrnHy and ntlly illubtVarbd iti
THE NEW YOltK SUN as to commend it to
oan<liil men of all parties! Wo will send tho
WEEKLY EDITION (eight pages) poet paid,
from now till after olcction lor GO cents; tho
SUNDAY EDITION, name size, at tho same
price; or tho DAILY, four pagos, for $3.00.
Address TIIE SUN, New York City.
n? t 11 n aay fti nomo- Ago*Is wanted. Out-1
tj>JL/0 fit and torms free. Truo & Co., Au?
gustu, Maino.
f A Visiting Cards, with your namo finely
?)V prlutod, eont for 26c. Wo havo 200
styles. Agents wanted, 9 samples sent for
Ftanip. A. II. FULLEll & (JO., Brockton,
M?8B. .
During this month
A GREAT OFFER | we will dispose of
100 now and 8?c?ud*hand l^ANQS and OR?
n * *TO ' * '*
uajio oi uret om(3 maKora, including WaU
ere' at lower prioos than over boforo offered.
Now 7 Ootavo Pianos for $2GO Uoxod and
shipped. Terms, $10 cash aud $10 monthly
until paiil. New 6 Octavo 4 Htop Organs
with book clo8t>i3 and Ptool warranted for
3100?5>20 cash, and or> monthly until paid.
Illustrated catalogues mailed. Agents wanted.
IIOUAUK WATK1U & SONS,
481 Broadway, New York.
.flj^jv'KK WEKR TjpSSSSTir Agents,
k i i hi mo una i* cidaic, in thoir locality.?
U) / / Terms and OUTFIT FRKE. Address
i P.O. VIOKKRY & CO., Augusta, Mo
$fi to $20 j.vr tiny nt home, .'ainples worth
Si free. 8tinson & Co., Portland, Maitio.
MIND Refilling, Psyohomanoy, FuHoina.
tion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Ouidc, allowing liow either iwx may
faHcinato and gain the love nndulTioilon ot
any pers on they eli?;osc instantly. -100 pages,
ily mail f>0 cents, Ilu,i:t a Co., UJ0 S. 7th tit.,
Philadelphia. *
x t t-1 1 * r /"> - ?
in li, w bra ft1 kb
or TIIK
United States.
A comploto list, numbering with a
QazcLtocr corrcct to dato, of all towna and
oitiofl in w.iiich Newspaper^ are published;
historical and statistical sketches of tho Qreat
Newspaper Establishments; Illustrated with
numerous oacrravin?? nf t)i? ?
0 R.. ?? ??*V, I'. IUVI|"I> "UW3'
paper buildings, liook of 800 Pages. just
issurd. A/ailed, post paid, to any address for
8fic Apply (inclosing prico) to Supertu-.
tondent of the Newspaper Pavillion, Centonninl
0rounds, Philadelphia, or American
News Company, N. Y. l'.vory advertiser
needs it.
Advertising
in RELIGIOUS AND AGRICULTUBAL
WEEKLIES HALF PRICE
Sond for Catalogue on the List Plan.
For information nddrnca
jttJKO. P. SIOWFXE. ?& 4 0,,
41 Pnrk Row, Now York.
I iv 1 . tr-r? ? L" - " s
m m fro M;
YOUn ATTENTION I.c< MOST RESPKCTfully
cftiWvl to liic largest uU'l lcci'ledty
iitru ? Tinoni r?. - ? ' -
nits iiiio/u'&oi oiock u< uoouB that Has
ever been oxliibited in West Greenville ; consisting
of DItY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, file., etc.
Our prices firo so lew that no hoiiso this
aide of New York eun nndor-aoll ua.
Wo sell (loudd at richly for (J AS11, which
uuuuiuo u? 10 inuKc uic m>ovc declaration.
Wo kocp constantly on hand a largo lot of
DOOIIS, SASIl ami BLINDS, at prices thnt
defy competition.
Wo also hoop on hand a hyrge lot of throe
celebrated QRANOE I?LOW a'i'UOKS, to
which wo invito yoar attention.
Wo havo also connected to our Storo, a
a Largo WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
IVntor iu I,', ?~.I
m?v* | niiivu ?o * iv? oiiu v/rrn vu /ILL.
OEIiY & IIKOTIVKR,
OrccnviHo S. t\, Octobci 1, 187G. moOU
Peabody House,
CONNER OF LOCI'ST ,y XINVIl STS.,
rHILABELPHX A,, F&.
/^irwiri'Xft IMTT i n - 1 r
f (V/?1 ? I>.? I 1. 1 ; : i . I'J .01 r. Mil PC men I
Vy nnti oar limits in t ho. city. Ho chungca
to an<l from (ho i!oDtrnnir.l groutula. "
Colouol V/utBcn jiViipriotor of too IIunuy
Hon. i:, Cincimmti f. rliio pnnl twenty ypnrs,
(ii'. l proacnt proprietor, I.u3 tho l!oii3o
for a term of year.), .uul h-vi nowly furnished
mvl HSIo.l it throughout.. lie* will keep n
strictly !i ' Hoyec, un.'l hftK noooinTip do'iou
for b >0 (jtlCcto. Terms only per
<hiy.
Col. WVLSOPifl a native of Virginia, ftn<i
probably 'To only Motrl ''vpriotov in Philadelphia
from llio Mouth
.TADiiiS WATrfON. ProprietorM.iv
91, H " ?
?J ^ *"
Livery an! Sals Stalks.
XrttwfluT" iif wmtur > > - ? . > ?
' O jFr v\ Tji' A -<i- A.
Parties dojiring to liiro oonvcyuncc (0
I'iokonH iTH'ilff, Tut/T6 H'oclc ami oilier'
pointu, a* iny Stubloa,
ftf i*W- Iiwbii *-of ' trirt r?jrv |
cliftni't*/an Alni> k?^si*p)?Hu^Hll/jfoud Kt 6ck
u( rc!trfoiinWo]?iJej.'
fr o" ll? ^tifiiv M.iil f.ino I i PfoVciV) Court (
fiouuc daily. (SunJnys oxccptod.)
RIW1KV & WYATT.
Enslcy Station, S. 0., Aug, 3, 1870.
n?40-ly
i ITT-imiMWMMiian??rara?
NBW A I) VKRTI6EMKNTS.
A Fine Line
OF
i '
BET GOODS,
I '
?VSSH?! fflflfl&WBff&ftil* A*
UHHUUT OU17 a u\?/ tltlCH U
I
McF ALL'S,
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit tho times.
At McFALL'S.
o
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good and Cheap.
At MoF ALL'S.
o
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
PriccB Way Down.
At MoF ALL'S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
o
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pare
and gcnuino?will euro tlio6ick and
makotlio woll fcol hotter. Try mo?
Don't bo backward? but ask for
vhat you want..
Respectfully,
W.T. McFall.
March 30, 1870 80
rAr^i\/rrr AT T I
V^V_y JLVJL JU, I
0
KASLEY NT AT I OX, S. V.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUO
GESSO US io T. W. RUSSEL) havo
ujiuiiuu uiib iniHinoBB ai i'jftflioy Station,
A. L. If. li., ftnd propoao to kcop a
find olaes stock of
Ijy-Biois ?i tan,
Which thoy propoao to Boll at bottom
pricofl, as tho following priccs indicato
:
Factory Yrarn, SI.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirt in#, 8 conte per vard.
.'1-4 Shirting, Gi cents por yard.
Liverpool Salt, 81.05 por sack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to the dollar.
Rio CoiToe, host, 4 lbs to the dollar,
(rood Tobacco, at 0f> cents per lb.
Flour, Family, ?7.00 per barrel.
C. It. Baltimore IJucon, 13 con to per
pound.
All other things in proportion. Always
in the Corn and Cotton Market;
and other produce taken in OXChAngO
Cor Goods.
Guanos ol Iho host on hand. Call
and oxamino boforo purchasing.
Hospootfully,
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1870 20
EasleY HoTeL.
TIIIH POPULAR HOUSE i? conveniently
loeateil to tlio Depot; ltootua well furnished
niiil tins tahlo uiipplicil with tho heat in tho
market. Doard veaaonnblo.
Conveyance fuumlicil to Tahlo ltock,
I'luw'.t llfii'l, or any ullioc point which
parties may wuh (o visit.
CLYDE & MOTHS,
Proprietors.
March -JO, 1870 !!0 Cmo
" 1 " f
NRW ADVEHTISEMKNTS. |
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Will
Provo to all, that I haTO bb good ami cheap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
there is
Not
A man mho can beat my Stock of Cannod
Ooods. Besides the aboro, I have purchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can
15 e
Had at any time, provided I am not
Elected
Intcndant, In which case yju might,
Again,
Have to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no Sllch minafrtrfunrt nttrnifo T
cordially invite fill my hungry friends to give
me a cull, and 1
Will
Appease their hunger on Rhort noticc ami at
low figurep, as my object is to live and lot
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
It. GLAZISNER, who enn be found in the Post
Officc at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, lR7f? 14 tf
. I
NEW STORE,
WEW UOODS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Tho undersigned hnvo oponed a House in
Enpley, near their Livory /Stable, for the purpose
of ftonduoting u fuuey and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
IT- .1 ?> -
uuuur ino rirm, name and Btylo of RICIIEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom price*,
09 they Intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
II. A. RICIIEY,
A. 0. WYATT.
Easloy, Nov 22, 1875 18 if
NEW GOODS!
trmam ramm hoods,
ROOTS, BIIOES, and IIATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
HARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, OOFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
We Imvo rccolvod our
Vail Ullil Winter iJiwulo
1
anil nro prepared to sell goods at low figures. I
Wo?havc on hand (wo car loads of Malt and
two car loads of Magging and Ties, which
wo propose to sell at Oroenvillo prices.
llighost oaah price paid for OMton.
Wrapping l'apcr at Wholesale Prices.
nolllf 11. E. IIOLCOMKK A SON.
'!< t f
i n iv
i O Ij tl 91 U 1,1 llKCIIHTFJt,
PUTILI81IED
DAILY, TRI WEEKLY & WEEKLY
Tho Only Democratic Pipor at t'ac Capital,
TERMS, IK Al'VANCE
Dnily. six months, $3 50
'lYi-Wookly, nix mouths, 2 50
Weekly, six months, 1 UO
CI 110 A PEST 1
Book ami Job Printing Office
l.V THE STATE. I
ae.cV Ail*lrc08 ull coinniiiiiionlioiiH, of 1
over cliiU'iUitor, 4>> Manager Register I'ubli?liing
Company, Columbia. S. C.
Muv 1H. 1H70 :17 -
J". ";"
f.1 I1..!? 1 'J'"
NKW ADVMiTISBMKNTS.
iwi it Li ?, WiStfiiS <? TAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS k COUNSELORS,
PICKENS C. ir.
Members of tho American Attorneys Association
and of the Unltod States Law Association.
Col. J AM 158 E. IIAGOOD is associate* with
them, and they will givo prompt attention tw
all buslnoAB entrusted to thorn.
ouno 10, 1H70 41
Norton, Keith ft Hollingsworth
ATTOjHNEY8 AT LA W,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probate
Courts for Pk&ens County, and inthe United
States Courts of tliis SJatc from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
assist in tho transaction of anv inmortnnf
basincsB during TticriCion.
J. J. NORTON, \w ,, ..
W, C. KKITIf,
C. t. HOLLINGSYVORTII,Pickens C. II.
March 23, 1870 20
HOLCOMBE & CHILI),
A TT0RNEY8 AT LA W.
PICKENS C. II. sTo,
Will Practice in rvll the Courts of the State
and of the United States. Business promptly
attended to.
March 10 1P70 2?
T2,,4-1~~ tvTTT^
ULiLi^l iVlC13(^G(
A TTOJiN E YS AT LA IV
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
MMS&nmU/ s. ?.
WILL PRACTICE IN TIIR COURTS O*
TI1E STATE AND OF THE UNITED
STATES.
Sept 28 10 tf
^yyiHTUfKR S^MUMEN.
ATTORNKY ANDCOlINffEttOR AT I,AW,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
rracticpp in tHe Circuit ourt and Court o
Probate for Pickcnu ouuty.
May 10 42 0/n
ISAAC M* BRYAN,
ATTOItHfEY AT LAW.
mmm c, 11 c,
Fracticos in Oourta of 1'ickcrfl
County, and in United States Oourta
GUANO!
THE UNDETISIGNED RRSPEOTFUM.Y
Oft!! the ^Mention of tholr friomlu to tlio fact,
thnt, in addition to their
Stock of Eonora! Msrsbandise,
Which is always full in its varied branches.
They havo on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at tlio following prioe^
Brnrtloy Amiitoiilated
PhoNplmtc.
Cash Prioe, $45 OO
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Prico payablo in Middling Cotton,
at 15 ocnts, ? 00 00
Atlantic Plio?iihat?.
Cash Trice, $44 00
Time Prico, payablo In Currency. 60 00
Timo Price, payablo in Middling Cotton
at 15 oontsi, <V5 00
PhONpllirttC.
Cash Pritc, $4U 00
Timo Prico, payablo In Ourrrncy, 68 00
Wilcox Ac <>HIUW IWniiipsalittod
(hIIIUIO.
Cftfih Prioo, 00
Timo Prioo, pnj'fible in Middling Cotton,
nt 17 oonlH, 70 00
Freight to bo ivlde.l from Factory, and
payable in CASH. All (into sales to be cloncd
by note, duo lnt dny of November next.
Kespcolfully,
IlUDdKNS & B()[/r.
Eaaloy, 8. 0 , Feb. i>3, 1870 i?G
Wnni pH !
? V WW* I v V/V I 0
Everybody who read the Skntinkij
to know that
Ilcndrickb & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well oolcetod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which thoy will
sell fia cheap as tlio cheapest, consist
111 |iui k U1
BACON and LAUD,
SU(JAK and C'OFFHE,
FLO UK and MOLASSES,
LKATI1 KK and SALT,
CM I0HSK and CKACK KUS,
CANDY, FISil, TOBACCO, iV5o.,?fcu.
Woulon and Cotton Goods, Latoet
Qlli'lr.a /\f t.ftiliau' IVT/hiVi /11?M
?0?VI J IVO V* AiHUIUU ) U Uliu Villi*
droit's 1Iutb, lJoota ami Shoes. Beat
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard?
Ready Mado (Jlotliing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for mif.t
i>ntli;cy Solicit a couiiminuco
>f tlio same, ami ooi'iliully invito
ALL wlio cojiio to Kartioy Stutiou to
^ivc tliciu a call,

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