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' ITEMS.
Tito pollto BCftson of (he year lias arrived,
especially with candidates.
Demoorats, i>?ipombor tho 18th of August
is the day for tho primary election.
f Lightning struck a largo pino tree in town
last Sunday.
Tho County Board of Examiners examined
and issued certificates of qualification to five
teachers on Monday last.
A fino raiu visited portions of this County
lasfc week, including (his'placo. It camo in a
good time for the upland corn. '
M j r : < ? I .
W. % F. Bright, Presidont of tho DaoubVlllfe
Dcmocrnjio Club was in town Inst wcok.
y Ho has a powerful big hat, but is not a candidate
for any office.
? ? ?? *
Capt. A. C. Hughes, who has just returned
X from a trip to northern Georgia, informs us
that tho crops in that section of the Stato aro
very prQmising.
Thero is a bass drum nomowhero in tho
^ vicinity of this town. It was beat for hour8
tho other niirht. which canned manv to think
tho Sioux Indians were on tlio war path, and
the colored troops wcro being called out to
suppress them.
i Nbw Advketiskment.?Wo call attention
to tlio advertisement of J. J. Nix of Liberty
Station, which appears in this issuo. Mr.
Nix is a oripplo, notable to walk a Blcp,#{Mid
we trust ho may bo liberally patrionzed by the
x public.
Wo call attention to tho advertisement of
tho "Ooonoo Tannery," which appears in this
issue. This firm is a responsible one, and all
their goods are first class and just what they
represent them.
^ . ?<*>*
Wo aro requested to slato that Ucv. J. C.
1T ml arm n>!11 I t'l.,!.,.. II...
??UVU 11111 j^lVtkVIt v/vm UU Ul.HIUil *JH tllVJ
?. * 6lh Sabbath in (liis month a). 11 o'clock A_
M.; and that tho llcv. A. W, Lnmar will
preach at night, on llio samo day, and probably
llio night following;
M ;b7u<j.?'j?hcro will ho a meeting of the
l'ickcns Court House Democratic Club on the
first Saturday in August, at. 3 o'clock I'. M,
* Every member is respectfully requestod (o
attend. D. F. 1SKADLEY, President.
^ IT, A, OICl'.VM,, BCC.
Appointmknt3.?Wo aro requested to
puhlinh tho following nppaintuicntH for ltev.
A. \V. Ijamn'*, in Transylvania County, N. (J.:
East Fork c;iurch, 2ith and 2fith Augu.it,
1870; Zion, 2fith mid 27th; Cat hoy's (-rook.
28th and 2'Jtli; Rrcva.-d, HOtli, at night and
days following, including first. Sabbath in
September. rJ'he Kev. 0. W. Singlctou will
be with Mr. Lamar.
DnowKP.n.?We regret to learn that MrJohn
Hamilton, a }0?ng man of this
County, was drowned in Mr. lJerrv'a mill
pond, near Kasley Station, on Friday tlic 1 lili
inst* Ho was in I he pond bathing and accidentally
go; into water ovov ln's heal, and
as ho coulil not. aw'in, v.i uiutblo (o rave'
himself. Two gentlemen went lo his rcftcuo
divul under tho water and caught him, hut,
not being ablo to bring hiin up had to tear
Ioobo from him in order to savo themselvesIt
is (supposed that lio was in quick-saud.
Tjik Kntkbtaikmknt.?The lMckens Shadow
Pantomime Corps gave their first entertain.
ment, in tlio Court IIouhc, on last Saturday
evening. A very respectable audience grectod
thoir first annenriinco, and the corps ac
quitted themselves handsomely, giving genera'
satisfaction* All (lie picccs were well performed.
but "The mad cap barber, or the unfortunate
victim," and "Inflation, or an overdose
of music," were particularly appreciated,
and brought forth peels of laughter from tho
Y audleuco. Tho following was tho progmame;
1st Pantomime?"Amputation, or tho won
dorful seryeon." Music?"Sharum," "Ellis
grand roaionrka.' j
2d, 'The madcap barber, or the unfortunate
victim.' Music?,l.ong trail rat,' 'Little.
Vrown jug.'
8d. 'Iuflation, or an overdose of music.'?
Music?ilickett's hornpipe,' 'The Dutchman's
dog-'
4th. 'Tho dontist, or tooth drawing extra'
ordinary.' Music?'Fivo miles from town,'
^ 'Jennie T.ind Polka-'
Ctli. 'Tho elephant, or the trickster trickcd.'
s - _ < i i ^ * i t . .
muuk;?'ui'unK ai nuumghi,' "A sirangcr in
the city.
Oih, 'Finale, or tho clown's hearty thanks.>
? Tho Corp:; intend giving other entertain
monl? in the futuro with a change of pro*
gramme each time, and, judging from fheir
first effort, they will not fail to plcaso their
nudicnoo. An the proceeds of their cuter*
tainmeuts aro to be devoted to tho completion
of* tho Methodist Church, we hope tfio
t public will give them a liboral patronage.
Ma. F.pitor : Wo have seen with pleasuro
tho name of Col. W. II. Pr.unY, of Grconvillo,
. as a suitable mnn to represent us an our
next D cmocrntio SolioUor. With hcnrl and
hand wo pay yea. Tho nbility, energy and
firmness displayed hy him during hid term of
SolicitorHhip, bidfl high for the endorsement
of all true Democrats of ?ho 8th Circuit. Ho
^ was tho fortunate recipient of tho ' 'well dono"
from tiio presiding Judge, (James L. Orr,)
Artriflter.d Hurt, tho ncster of the Bar of
Carolina, and all tho other Democratic Lawyorn
of this Circuit, during his administra*
tion as Holioitor. Col. Pi&r y will ho most
heartily supported hy al 1 truo Demoornts of
PICKENS.
July 11, 1870 I
f*-? - - I--.
MARRIED, on Thursday, July 0, at Williumston,
8. 0., by llov. Sniuucl A. Wobor,
Mr. 17. I). REE8H and MIsh ELLA E, UUADLEy,
Ovjghtcr vf A- J Bradley.
Tho Marion \tnr in in iwor f>i ?>> ;_
,J"
rnary elections in that county. It
foars a defeat if tbo candidates arc ptit
forward by a convention.
Gov. Hays, in hie lettor, accopting
tho liopublican nomination for President,
doelaros ho will not bo a oandidato
for a socond torm. How can ho
when ho will not rocoivo a first term.
Tho pooplo aro just now on tho hunt
for honest public olHcials.
Tub Grand Becrbt or Ueauty Is health.
Tho secret of hoalth ia the powor to cat, digest
and assimilato a proper quantity of
wliolcsomo nutritious food,. Thia can nevor
bo dono when the livec docs not act ita part
It ia tho groat driving wheel in the median-,
ism of man, and when it ia out of order, tho
wholo organization becomes deranged, and
fever, dyspepsia, sick hcadachc, constipation,
jaundice, bilious colio, kidney diseaso and
genoral dobility ensues* To restoro the normal
functions of the liver and impart that
beauty, which always attends a healthy, ro^
Dusi constitution. t)r. 'l'utt'a Vogctablo Liver
Pills aro cousoientionsly reccommonded.?
Thoy aro designed solely for the disordered
liver and tho disease it produces. They aro
not a euro all, hut in the eases mentioned they
rarely evci fail to cffcct a cure.
Cheaper Than Physician's Bills.
"A Thing of beauty is a joy forever."?
What is it? Something prepared for woman
only, and to bo used by woman exclusively.
It is adapted especially to casos where tho
womb is disordered, and will cure all irregu*
luiiuvs ui mo "menses ' or "monthly courses'
by restoring tho discharge in every instanco|
whether acute or chronic. Where is it? Dr
J. Bradfield's Female Itegulntor?Woman's
Best Friend?is prepared and sold by L. II.
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may bo
bought for $1 .f?0 per bottlo at any respectable
Drug House in tho Union,
We, the undersigned druggists, lake pleasure
in reccommcnding to the trade Dr. J.
Bradtleld's Female Regulator, believing it to
be a good and reliable remedy for tho diseases
for which ho rcceommends it.
W. A. Landskai>, Atlanta, Ga.
Pkmiibbton, 'I'aylou & Co, Atlanta.
Rkiiwinv. vSi Fox, Atlanta.
W. C. Lawbiik, Atlanta,
W. Root & Sons, Marietta, Ga.
.Mine 11, <1'2 4.
WOOL CARDING.
o
?
milE WOOL CARDS at t!io PENDLETON
_L FACTOUY have l>een ro-clolhcil, ami arc
now doing ilio best, of WORK.
RICHARDS & WILSON.
July 0, 1870 -11 8
ra iri nn ?. -a. ? ? ? -
11E I-i 011 a 5!
I WOULD AGAIN RKSrRCTFULiy
c.'ill tlio attention of the public
to my well selected and assorted
stock of
V?n ?'#?? (;?! ???p?5 fit? fiW*
constating of
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
j//irs AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gents' Clotting Mads a Specialty.
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, &C\
AH of which I will noil clump for cash.
T am still Agent for tho "EUItE*
KA" EE UTILIZER, ono of tho beat
in tho market.
Prioo pnynblo in cotton nt 15c. lut
Nov., 860.00 per ton.
Prico payable in curronoy 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash 011 delivery,
& 17.50 por ton.
Freight ?0.00 por ton, to be added
to this jioint, and must bo paid in
V/UOH*
Last but not least, lot mo improso
it upon tliono who uro duo mo on ac*.
count for 1875, that I nood tho monoy
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at onco and favor mo as J
lavorcd you.
M. VV. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
r CD if, lOMi L ? II
Livery and Sals Mos.
Partica desiring to hire convcyaucc lo
Pickens Court IIouso, Table Uock ami other
points, can bo accommodated al my Stabloe,
fit all hours of tho day and night. Purchasers
can also ho supplied with (Jood Stock
at roasonablepriccs.
Wof Regular Mail Line to Piokens Courthouse
daily. (Sundays oxccptcd.)
RIGF1 BY & WYATT.
Easlcy Station, S. 0., Aug. 3, lb75,
p^-10-ly
0
IrV hStifcw a'pi:rr-t-i-ij.
J , U.MII.1 IVV fJ-.IUl.TI'l U
i i - Tlio
Stale oft'Hoittlk ^itroiiiia
County op Pickens.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
W Silas Kirksoy, Plaintiff against. Joseph A
Dates, Mary Hates. Hurvov K \i?n
garct Mull, James K Kirk soy, Elizabeth
Clayton and Robert C Clayton, Defendants
?Summons.
Petition ani> Complaint for Partition ok
Kkai, Estate, &c.
To Josopb A Ilates, 3/ary Pates, llarvey E
Mull, Margaret Mull, James Iv Kirkscy,
Elizabeth Clayton and HobortC Clayton,
legal heirs and representatives of James
Keith, tfepior, deccu^cd, who dledlntestatc:
Greeting.
YOU aro hereby required to appear at the
Court of Probato, to bo holdou at Pickens
Court House, for PicKens County, on the
seventoeth day of September, A. 1). 1870, to
show eausso, if any you can, why the real estate
of James Keith, Senior, deceased, described
in the complaint of W. Silas Kirkscy,
fded in my office, should not bo divided or
1 sold, alloting to tho said W. Silas Kirkscy,
I a... .i.'i *> * * "
vnvniAiu mureoi, ana tlio remainder to
whoever may be entitled to receive the same.
Given under my hand aud seal, this first
day of July A. D. 1870.
I. II. PIIILPOT,
Judgo of Probnlc Pickens County.
To TIarvey E Mull, Margaret Mull, Elizabeth
Clayton and Robert C Clayton?Defendants.
Take notice that, the complaint in the above
stated action, was this day filed in the Probale
Court, for (ho County of Pickens.
Ml It! Ti IV ' IS*"".
ntiiill ? UUhMISUSWOllTII,
l'lnint ill's Attorneys.
July 0, 1B7t5 41 <?
MMWmHM
$000,000 IN OIF'JTS!
GBAHDE8T 8CHF.ME BVEU rUKSENXED TO THE
FUBI.IC !
A Fortune for Only $12.
T IIE Kentucky Hash Distribution Company, |
imwiorizcu uy n special net of ttic Kentucky
Legislftturc. for llio benefit of ilio l'UH
LHJ SCHOOLS OF FRANKFORT, will have
Ilia firflt of their series of Orr.r. I Drawing* at
Majcu UaIiLi in ilio Cit-y ??f Frankfort, Ky.,
on T1 ICRS DAY, AUGUST, ?l, 1870, on
which ocoauiou thoy will distribute to tlio
tiekot-liol<lor8 I ho iinmenj-e sum of
pf v.H1 $ ?) %? -v" / <5
Thomas V. Poktkr, Kx-Gov. Ky., General
M imager.
Positively no PostponementLIST
OF GIFTSs
Olio grand cash gift, $100,000
One grand cash gift, 60,000
Ono grand cash gift, 2>r>,000
Ono grand cash gift, 20,000
Ono grand cash gift, 10,000
One grand cash gift, A,000
f>0 cnsli gills of $1,000 each HO,000
100 cash gills of ?>00 onch f?0.000
100 cash gills of 400 eu:!i 40,000
100 cash gifts of 300 each 80,000
200 oaali gifts of 200 cach 40,000
000 cash gifts of 100 cacli 00,000
10,000 cash gifts of 12 each 120,000
Total, 11,150 gifts, all cash 000,000
l'RK/K OF TLOKKTS:
Whole tickol:', $12; Halves, $0; Quarlcrs, $3;
0 Tickets, $100; *1 \ Tickota, $-!iJ0; 4G2 Tick,i..
i\r,t >.T: . . -
.:i^, .,1'jwj ;ii>5 jickcis, 5>l,uuu. 1UU,0UU
Ticlco h at >?li! cucli.
Kei;.i! tanccs can bcmadcby Exprese, Draft,
l'o'Si'.ilVtoc Money order llc^ihicrctl Letter,
i i'. ; .lyable to Kentucky Uash Disirilmlion
Coi: j :uiy.
All communications connected with tho
distribution, and orders for Tickets, and applications
of Agonts to scllTickcts, should bo
addressed to
IION. THOS. P. I'OHTER,
General Manager, Frankfort, Ky.
June 20, 187? 43 -1
DURYEAS'
SATIN GLOSS STARCH.
TRY IT!
T.fifl it. nnnfi. nrwl vau Tjrill ?o? I
J vu U ili UOU
no other
o
DURYEas'
IMPROVED COllTST RTAlifiTT.
Pronouncd by Jurors of Great International
Exposition, Paris, 1807, to be tho
"PI3UFEUTION OP QUALITY."
A 'rial will insure its popularity everywhere,
None genuine without. Duryoau' on
every package.
For sale by Grocers generally.
June H, 187t> 40 ly
Peabody House,
CORNER OF LOCUST $ NINTH STS.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CONVENIENT to fill places of amusemont
and car limi(s In tho city. No changcs
to and from tho Centennial grounds.
Colonel Watson, proprietor of tho IIp?RY
rtousis, Cincinnati for th# past twenty years,
and present proprietor, has leaeod tho IIouso
for a term of years, and has newly furnished
and fitted it throughout. He will keep a
strictly first, class IIouso, ami has accommodation
for 300 guests. Terms onlj $3 per
day.
Col. W\TSONis a nativo of Virginia, and
probably tho only Hotel Propriotor in Philadelphia
from the South.
JAME8 WATSON, Proprietor.
May 25, ' 2m
jtsn Eisa an
rplIE Second Session of tho fthovo named
X School will open Tuesday, Juno 6th,
1870.
For leriiH, &o., addro99 the rrnfctpfil.
? .J. w- SilA/JkMAN.
' May 25, 1876 88 tf 1
JHEW ADV I'illTlSS'lM
A Fine LINE
V7 V
IIT GOODS,
n rr\n wi zr? w /-v ?r?n ^ ? .?.
matu [tawTri|i?i;iJls
McFALL'S,
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at pricos to suit the timos.
At McFALL'S.
o
K
L5UOTS AND SHOES.
Good nnd Choap.
At McFALL'S.
o
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
Pricca Way Down.
At McFALL'S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
0
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure
and gonuinc?-will euro tlicaick and
makotlio well foci better. Try mo? I
Don't bo backward?but ask fori
what you want..
Respectfully.
W. T. MoFall.
March 30, 187G 30
COME ALL!
0
EASLEY STATION, N. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSEL) havo
oponod out business at Easlcy Station,
A. L, It. R., and proposo to lcoop a
A 4
liiBl WLUUI1 U1
Bry-Boods ani Groceries,
Which thoy propose to sell at bottom
pricos, ns tho following pricos indiCftto
:
l?onfAt*rr Vo??n Of) ?%aw Km?aU
J. WVWI J X U1 I J J V'1 ^v JJ%JA VU
7-8 Shirting, 8 conta per yard.
3-4 Shirting, Oi conta por yard.
Tvivorpool Salt, 81.05 per sack.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to tho dollar,
ltio Coftoo, best, 4 lbs to tho dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 05 cents per lb.
Klour, Family, 87.00 per barrel.
C. II. Baltimoro Bacon, 13 conta por
pound.
All othor things in proportion. Always
in tho Corn and Cotton Markot;
and othor produco takon in oxoliango
for Goods.
Guanos of tho bost on hand. Call
and oxamino before purchasing.
Honpcotfully,
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 187G 2G
EasleY HoTeL.
TIIIS POPULAR HOUSE 18 conveniently
located to tho Depot; Hoonis well furnished
and tho table supplied with tho best in tho
market. Board reasonablo.
Conveyance furnished to Tablo Rock,
Cuosar's Head, or any othor point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE 'MOTES,
Proprietors.
March 30, 1670 '60 Cmo
Ak.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME THE OPPOIITTINTTV AMn t aooito.,
.... 1/ a agouivj'j
you that I
Will
Trovo (o all, that I have an pood and cheap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
thcro te
Not
A man who can beat my Stock of Cannod
Goods. Besidon the above, I huvo purchased
a stove, and a uico Luneh of Fresh Oysters
can
B e
Had at any time, provided 1 am not
Elected
Intendant, in which caso you might,
Again,
IIavo to go homo hungry and moneyless,
But
Hoping no such missfortuno awaits mo, I
cordially invito all my hungry friends to give
mo a call, and I
Will
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
It. GLAZENER, who can be found iu the Post
Offioo at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
nevvstorfJ
WNW ?OODS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned have opened a House in
Easloy, near their Livery <Stahlo, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Firm, name and style of RICIIEY
&AVYATT. They guarantee bottom prices,
us they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
thcin a call.
II. A. RICIIEY,
A n WVA'I'T
Enalcy, Nov '22, 1875 13 (f
NEW GOODS!
raws ruRm c::::.
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
SADDLES, BJ?IDLES and
HARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, andFLOTTR
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
1776 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1876
o
I)ARTIES desiring information as lo beat
. routes to tho CENTENNIAL, or to any
of tho Summer Resorts or to any other point
in tho country, should address
1$. W. WRENN,
Gen'l Passenger Ag't ICennesaw Route,
>A, OA.
June 1, 1870 89 tf
THE
I
'JOJL1J BK1IIA 11EOIHTER,
I'unr.iaiiED
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY ? WEEKLYThe
Only Democratic hv: at the Capital.
TRUM3, IN Al'VASOB :
Daily, Bix months, $3 50
Tri-Weckly six months, 2 50
Weekly, six mouths, 1 00
CHEAPEST
Book and Job Printing Office
IN THE STA TK.
Address nil communications, of whatever
character, to Manager Register l'uhlHiing
Company, Columbia H. (;.
, May 18, 1?70 37
NEW ADVBRTISEMENTS
EARLE. WBIiLft & TAVTOT
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS,
PICKENS C. II.
Members of (lie American Attorneys Association
and of the United States Law Association.
Col. JAMES E. IIAOOOD is associated with
them, and they will give prompt altoniiou to
all busiuess entrusted to them.
June 15, 1870 41
Norton, Koith&Hollingsworth
A TTORNE YS A T LA W,
Will practico in the Circuit and Probate
Courts for Tickens County, and in tho United
Stales Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
J assist in the transaction of any important
ousiuess during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, 1 .....
W.O.KEITH, J^allmllft
C. L. IIOLLINaSWOIlTII.riokons C. II.
March 28, 1870 20
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
A TTORNE YS A T LA W.
PICKENS O. II. S. C.,
?
Will Practice in all the Courts of tho Slate
and of the United States. Business promptly
attended to.
March 1(1 1870 28
^IIITMER S13IMKS,
ATTORNEY ANn COUNSELLOR At LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court o
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 10 42 Gm
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORWEY AT LAW.
CEE"I!V!LLE C. fl? 2, 5,
Practices in Courts of Pickens
County, and in United States Courts
I
tifISAM ^Nf.iNKS.STHAII ROIi.mS.-.
Sfe I ; J?. IMII.MIKARING MADE
PWAW^^HAfTING.PUllEYSAfji) HANGERS
pfTic UNEQIiALLEI) JAG. LKFl'KL rOIJliLK
IAudrf.SS, POOLE & HUNT.
T T A TV T AN
I OUiVlNVJ !
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
cull tho attention of their friends to tho fact,
that, in addition to their
Sleek of General Merchandise,
| Which is always full in its varied branches.
They have on haud a quantity of tlifl'creut
Standard Fertilizers, at the following prices;
Bi'iidlcy's Aiaimoiaiutcrt
l*lioui>lauto.
Cash l'ricc, ?15 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 OU
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 15 cents, GO 00
Atlantic IMiosphnte.
Cash Price, a $11 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 50 00
Ainn; i niiu, 111 .UlUUllllg UOtton
at 15 ccnts, 05 00
PliO.SpiiatC.
Cash Pritc, S18 00
Time Tricc, payablo in Currrncy, 63 00
Wilcox & Wiblw' ;Manii)u?
laded CJuaiio.
Cash Trice, 555 00
Time l'rice, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 ccnts, 70 00
Freight to bo added from Factory, ant!
payable in CASH. All time sales to be closed
by note, due 1st day of November next.
Rcspcct fully,
ITTTTin irxrcj It. dmt m
j/vuiilO IV JJUJJJ.,
Easley, S. 0 , Feb. "J;?, 187(> 20
1875
FALL AND MSR GOODS!
o
Your attention is most respectfully
called to I lie largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that haa
over boon exhibited in Wcflt Greenville; conBiating
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY*
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
uur prices arc so iow mat no nouso una
side of New York can undcr-eoll us.
Wo sell Goods strictly for CASII, which
enables us lo mako I he above declaration.
We keep constantly 011 hand a largo lot of
DOORS, SASH and liLINDS, at priccs that
defy compel ition.
We also keep on hand a lur^e lot of tho?o
celebrated GUANO 1) PLOW STOCKS, tot
which weiiiTite your atlontioit.
We havo also connected to our Rloro, ft
a Largo WAGON YARD, v ill* a well of Good
Water, which is I'rco aril Oim'.n to Ai.r..
(!i;iA A KIKOiilKim,
Uiccuvillo fc> C , October 1, 1^7o. uofl

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