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The ford at. tho Wool Factory is in bad
condition. It ehould be looked after.
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The Wool Cards of G. W. Talyor has been
thoroughly repaired, and will be ready lo accommodate
customers by the 1st of August,
f In the coming campaign, work and not talk
muBtbe the order of the day. Lefts highflown
talk and more work is what we need.
Th? Couhfy Musical and Sundy School
Convention convenes at Griffin church tomorrow.
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R. E. Holcouibc, Esq., of Kasley Station,
lot of eloTor* A creat dcnl of it
should bo planted in tbo County.
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A pleasant and refreshing shower of rain
felt in tlio Cedar Rock neighborhood on last
Sunday evening.
Cotton on the road from this place to Peter's
Creek is small and rat her sorry?corn looks
ery well.
Roy. A. W. Lamar will preach nt Easley
Station tho first Sabbath in next month, at G
_ ' o'clock p. m.
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Pehsonaj.b.?Cols. Keith and Norton, of
Walhnlln, and Majors AVhitnor, Earle, Wells
anil Dlythc, of Greenville, are in toWn, attending
to Courts of References.
I Tho Twolve Mile River Baptist Association
this year, convenes nt Secona Church, one
milo West of this placo. It will embrace the
aecond Sabbath in October.
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Tho Dacusville Democratic Club had ft
large and interesting meeting on lust Saturn
d ay. It ratified the resolution of the Executive
Committee in reforonoo to tho plurality
Tote for candidates.
We notice that many have planted llioir
^ stubblo land in corn, on account of tho groat
damages to tho bottom corn by tho freshet.
This course is a wiso 0110, and will probably
? be the means of producing sufficient corn to
support tho County, provided tho fall is a
favjrable one, though it is very exhausting
'o the land.
Mketino.?There will be n meeting of tlio
Pickens Court House Denioer.Vic Club on the
I fir?t Saturday in August, at .'5 o'clock 1'. M,
K*cry member is respectfully requested to
attend. L). F. 11BAULKV, President,
r W. T. McFai.l, Sec.
Abm Broken.?Bobbie Keith, five or six
yearn old, and youngest son of our Clerk of
* Court, 8. 1). Keith, Ksq., mot with the mis
fortune of having both oo^es of his fore arm
broken on Monday last. The accident was
caused by being thrown frim a horse. Dr.
? Karle net the arm, ami the little fellow 13 do
,ing well.
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, Tim Wkathkr?On Monday morning last
^ the wind commenced blowing frv.' ? 1I10 Kast,
And caused such a change in the atmosphere
ia the evening as to cause several to complain
of being cold, and wished they hud fire. Tlic
.night was the coolest of (he Benson, and
binnkein fell comfortable. The ch;i!!ge <v>?
so sudden from extreme heat, the fear is it
* may cause sickness.
Appointments for Itev. A. W. Lamar and j
Itey. Qeo. \V. Singleton among the churches
of the French It road Valley: At Hrcvav<l?
"i from Wednesday night August 23d, to Sunday
August 27th; at Cathcy's Creek, Tuesday and
\V?dnesdnT- AlKTiial. 2!lll! nnil !tt)lli> nt '/inn
Thursday and Friday, August 31 at to Septembor
1st; at Kast Fork, Saturday aad Sunday,
?ej>ietnbcr 2d and 3d.
Oroanuki>.?A llaptist church, callcd
Siloame, consisting of eleven members, was
organized, on Ilrushy Oreek, in Anderson
^ county, on Wednesday last, by a council from
the Greenville, drove Station, George's Creek,
^ Easley and Mountain Springs churches. Hev
Dr. lliden, of Greenville, was chosen Moder- j
ator and 1). Townsend Smith, clerk pro (cm.?
After tho organization and recognition of the
church, l)r, Hiden preachcd an able and In.
toresting sermon. Tho meeting was contin.
ued until Friday evening by the ltev. 0. W.
Singleton, and two were addeil to the church.
We, in company with several gentlemen
from this place, visited l'eter's Creek Baptist
Church, in tho eastern section of the bounty,
on last Sundnv. Tliorn wna rmiln a lnrrfa
oongrogntion assembled, numerously intersperced
with candidates; and wo ha<l the
pleasure of listening (o n very logical and interesting
sermon by tho ltov. A. \Y. Lamnr,
-who is now visiting tho Bnptist churches in
this county, in the interest of tlie missionary
cause. Peter's Creek is locnted in one of the
best and most intelligent sections of the coun
%jt auu im uuui'iiH arc as true (o tlio prince
plea of Democracy as tlie needle is to tho North
l'ole.
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In PB0VRMRNT8 at EasLP.T.?Wo visited tllC
growing town of Kasley on last Thursday,
nnd was gratified to note evidences of prosperity
on every hand, notwithstanding tlio
hard times* Tlio merchants seem to he doing
a tollerably fair business; while mechanics
iiru uusy constructing new Itousos. Messrs
' Gossett and Latham and (lie Messrs. Kiwinion
havo jnst completed elegant and commodious
store houses on main street near tho Hotel
and Messrs. Mauldin and Hester havo a very
good and substantial ono nearly completed,
on tho Btroct running back by tho Livery
Stables of Messrs. Kiohoy and Wyntt. Messis*
Uxounll W..K I
v. mm; j11qif completed a very
comfortable dwelling and contemplate erecting
otherH as fast as tho workmen can put them
up. Thore are now qnito a score of firms doing
a good business in the town, and we learn
that others will commence business in tho fall.
? >Ye rrjoioo to uee our neighbor prospering.
Meeting of County Democratio Execu'
tive Committee
Pursuant lo adjournment, tho County Executive
Committco met ftt tho Court House, on
Monday, tho 8d inst. Present, It. E, Boweu,
Chairman; D. F. Bradley, Sftcrdlaryf J. R
I Gossott, W. a. Field, B. J. Johnson, J. E.'
Dorroughs. W. T. Field aiul John T. Lewis,
llev O W Singleton was admitted ?a proxy
for V 8 Jones, member from Pumpltintown
club' Reports from <mch club ns to aotioik on
primary plan of eleotioti for candidates, was
received, as follows: Pickensvillo club,
adopted; Liberty club, rejected; Garvin club,
ndoDtcd: Easlov nluh. ailnntml' Picl#n? tlnurt
House club, adopted; Dacusville club, adopted
I'umpkintown club, adopted; Eastatoe club;
adopted. A majority of the clubs having
adopted the plan, the following preamble and
resolutions were then presented and unanimously
adopted:
Whkhkas, A majority of the Democratic
clubs in the county having adopted tlio plan
of prlmnry election for candidates, as proposed
by the Kxccntito Committee, and,
wherens, it is made tlio duty of said committee
to designate tlio titna for holding said
election, therefore, be it
Resolved, That each club meet on Friday,
the 18th day of August, 187G, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., and procccd to receive votes for candidates,
as proposed, until 4 o'clock, 1\ M. or
as much later as may bo necessary, to afl'ord
all members of the club an opportunity of
Voting.
Hctolved, That each club be entitled to five
delegates to the county convention, and that
said convention convene at. the Court House,
I uii oumruuy following, llic lUlll, lor me purpose
of carrying out the duties imposed by the
said plan of primary election, and for the discharge
of such other duties as may properly
conic before it.
Resolved, That it was the intention of the
Executive Committee that tlie candidate rc?
ceiving a plurality, ar highest number of
votes, (but not a majority, as published in
the propsition) should be the candidate of the
party.
Resolved, That each club, when it meets to
voto for candidates, be requested to ratify tlie
above declaratory renolution, and voto for
candidates with that understanding,
Resolutions submitted from l'ickcnsville,
Garvin and Easley clubs, were laid on the
table. Commitle then adjourned to meet on
salcday in August next,
It. E. UOWEN, Chairman.
D. F. Bhadlky, See.
Want ok Ccnviiiknok.?Trade it depressed
ami the industries of tho whole country flagsAsk
the ear.so and you are told it is due to
"want of confulencc." Ask the few who liaVo
not used Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye, and they say "1
have no confulencc in it, I liavo Leen so often
humbugged by such articles." Wo ask them
to read the following testimony from parties
of undoubted verasity:
Hawkissvim.k, fla., Oct. HO, 18U9,
Dr. W. II, Tutt?Dear Sir: ? I consider
your Hair Dye a triumph. Our barbers pronounce
it superior to all others.
Yours truly, I. A. Thompson, Druggist.
New Orleans, Oct. 6, 1870.
Dr. Tutt ? Dear Sir:?Your Hair Dye bidn
fair to run every other dye out of this market.
Uespectfully John Kimhai.t..
Savannah, Cm., Sept. 27, 1871.
l)r. Tutt?Dear Sir:?Your Hair Dye is the
best 1 ever used. Yours truly.
L, (). Myp.rs.
Thousands use It, Why hesitate?
Joy to the world! Women ia free! Among
the ninny modern discoveries looking to iho
happiness and amelioration of the human racedcno
is entitled to higher consideration than
renowned remedy?Dr. J. lirndfield'a Female
Regulator, Woman's Uest Friend. Hy
it woiiuin is pmnnnittiitml from iiiinilinrluaa ilia
peculiur (o her ?cx. Before its magic power
all irregularities of tlio womb vanish. It
cures whites. It eures suppression of the
menses. It removes uterine obstructions. It
cures constipation auil strengthens tho system
It braces tho nerves and purifios the
blood. It never fails, as thousands will tcs|
tify. This valuable medicino is prepared and
soiti by L. II. Itradtio!;!, L'ruggiat, Atlanta,
Ga., l'rice ?l.f?0 per bottle. All respectable
drug men keep it.
801'NI) ANI) WKt.1..
Atlanta, Gu? Dec. '20, 1808.
l)r. J. Ilradticld?Dear Sir;?I take pleasuro
in stating that, sometime previous to the
lute war, I used with the utmost success, on
a servant girl, your Female Regulator, propared
then at Itrudticldu Drug Store, West
l'oint, Gb. <SIic had been suffering severely
from suppressed menstruation and this medicine
soon restored her to health. She is today
living in Atlanta sound and well. I will
state farther, (hat 1 know o t" i I a being used
with equal succcss in other cases. I do not
hesitate to endorse your preparation for tho
purpose for which you roccommcnd it.
Yours truly, John C. Wiiitnbb.
July J57, 47 4.
M HIGH SCHOOL.
rpIIK Seconil Session of the tibovc named
X School will open Tuesday, June Oth,
I H7H
For terms, &o., address the Principal.
J. Q. STOCKMAN.
May 25, 1870 88 If
Livery ani Sals Stalks.
Parties desiring to liirc conveyance to
Pickens Court House, Table Rock and other
points, can be accommodated at my Stables,
at all hours of the day and night. Purchasers
can also be supplied with Good Stock
at reasonableprices.
JHfcif" Regular Mail Lino to Pickens Courthouse
dailv. fSundavs exeented.^
KICIIEV & WVATT.
Kn?lcy Station, S. 0., Aug, .3, 1876,
uolO-ly
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Tfinrrrwrr
v u ry u u II Si
I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFUL*
ly cull tlio attonlion of tlto public
to my well ftoloctcd and assorted
stock of
SPRING AM SUMMER DRY-GOODS.
consisting of
DRY k FANCY GOODS,
HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cents' Clotting Made a Specialty,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, kC.
All of which I will soli chonp for cash.
o
I am still Agent for Iho "EURE*
KA." FEliTILlZEU, ono of the best
in tho market.
Prico payablo in cotton at 15c. 1st
Nov., 800.00 per ton.
Price payablo in currency lsi Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
J?ric6 payablo in cash on delivery,
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $0.00 per ton, to be added
to this point, and must bo paid in
cash.
Last but not least, let mo impress
it upon thoso who nro duo mo on nc*.
count for* 187;"), that I need tho money
and MUST ILA V10 SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at onco and favor mc us I
favored you.
M. \V\ FOItD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
Feb 17, 1H7G A\ If
DURYEAS'
SATIN GLOSS STAIICII.
TRY IT S
Lse it once, and you will use
no other
o
DURYEas'
IMPROVED CORN STARCH.
I'ronouncd by Jurors of Great International
Exposition, I'arifl, 1807, lo be the
"PERFECTION OP QUALITY."
A trial will insure its populnrily everywhere,
None genuine without Duryeus' on
every package.
For sale by Grocers generally.
June 8, 18715 'Id ly
Tlic State ol*South Carolina
County of Pickens.
IN TUB PROBATE COURT.
W Silfis Kirksey, Plaintiff against Joseph A
15:ites, Mary Hates, Harvey li Mull. Margaret
Mull, James K Kirksey, Elizabeth
Clayton anil llobert 0 Clavton. Defendants
?summons.
Petition and Complaint foii Paiitition or
Hk.vIi Estate, &c.
To Joseph A Pales, J/ary lSates, Harvey K
Mull, Margaret Mull, James K Kirksoy,
Elizabeth Clayton and Robert C Clayton,
legal heirs and rcprcscnlaiives of James
Keith, Senior, deceased, who died intestate:
Greeting.
YOIJ arc hereby required to appear at the
Court of Probate, to be holden at Pickens
Court House, for Picxena County, oh the
seventeeth day of .September, A. 1). 187G, to
show caiitfe, if any you can, why the real cs
ime oi .Mimes tieitii, Senior, deceased, described
in tlie complaint of W. Silas Kirksey,
filed in my office, should not lie divided or
sold, alloting to the said W. Silas Kirksey,
One-sixth thereof, and flic remainder to
whoever may he entitled to receive the same.
Given under my hand nnd seal, this first
day of July A. 1). 1870.
I. If. PIIILPOT,
Judge of Probate Pickens County.
To Harvey K Mull, Margaret Mull, Elizabeth
Clayton and Robert C Clayton?Defendants.
Take notice that the ctmndaint in the above
slated action, was thistly filed in the Probate
Court for I ho County of Pickens.
NORTON, KK1T11 & HOLLINOSWORTII,
a mim >11 a Aiiuruejrs.
July 1), 1S7?; M 0
Peabody House,
CORNER OF LOCUST ,j- NINTH STS.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CJONVBNIKNT to allplaccsof amusement
> and car limits in iho city. No changes
(o ami from llio Centennial groi mla.
Colonel Watson, proprietor of tlio IIkniiy
IIoijsk, Cincintmti for tho past twenty yearn,
ami present proprietor, 1ms loafed the Ilonso
for a term of years, and has newly furnished
and fitted it throughout. Ho will kcop a
strictly first class House, and has accommo
uiuiuii iui owu gueri-s. i cniis only fi<] per
diiy.
Col. W\TSON is i\ native of Virginia, nn<l
probnbly tlio only Hotel Proprietor in Phila*
delpliift from the South.
JAMES WATSON, Proprietor.
Muy '25, ?? 2 hi
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A Fine LINE:
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ov
I
Ill GOODS,
MM Sl?ffl?i?IS AT
McFALL'S,
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IIATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit the times. ,
At McFALL'S.
o
BOOTS AND SHOES. ]
Good and Cheap.
At McFALL'S.
o
CROCKERY, TIN AND IIARD
WAltlii. JL'riccs VVaf Down.
At McF ALL'S.
o
FANCY & FA MILY GROCERIES ]
At McF ALL'S. '
o
i
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure i
i
and genuine?will curc the sick and t
make the well feci better. Try mo?
Don't bo backward?but ask fur
*? liat yo? want..
Respectfully,
W.T. McFall.
March 30, 187G 30
COME ALL!
0
KANIiKY STATION, N. 1'.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSEI,) have
open oil outbuainoss fit Euslcy Station,
A. L. R. It., and proposo to koop a
fu st class Block ot
Drv-Goods ani torics,
^ 7
c
Which thoy proposo to sell at bottom
prices, as tho following prieos intlicato
:
Factory Yarn, 81.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 coats per yard.
3-4 Shirting, 0J conts por yard.
Livorpool Salt, ?1.05 per sack.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Itio Coffee, host, 4 lbs to the dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 05 cents per lb.
Flour, Family, 87 00 per barrel.
C. It. Baltimoro liacon, 13 conts por
pou nd.
All other things in proportion. Al- j
? hi uiu oorn unii \jolioii iYiarnoi;
and othor produco talcon in oxcbango
for (Joods.
Guanos of tho best on hand. Call
find oxamino boforo purchasing.
Rospoctfully,
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1870 2G
EasleY HoreL. 1
THIS POPULAR I10USK is conveniently '
located to tlie Depot; Rooms well furnished
find the tnble supplied with tlio bestin I lie
mAwbai rnouAnnbln
Conveyance furnished lo Table Hock,
Cmsar's Mead, or any oilier point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE & MOTHS,
Proprietors.
Mm ch 110, 1870 30 Ohio
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASStfU#
you that I
WillProve
to nil, (lint I have as good And cheap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
thcro >8
Not i
A man who can beat my 8tock of Canned
Uoods. Besides the above, I have purchased
ft stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh OyBters
can
B e
Had at atl? tlfue, provided I arn not i
Elected ;
Intendant, in which case you might,
A g a i n,
Havo to go lioine hungry and moneyless,
B u t
ir..~!?. ?
iiu|mhk no sncn mission uno a\Vat(s tnc, I
jordially invite all my hungry friends to give
tnc n call, and I
Will
\ppcnsc 1 heir hunger on short notioo ftn<l ftt
ow figures, as my object ia to live and let
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
R. GLAZENKIt. wlin nmi lio il.~
J ,,-v v.... vv .wi*uu 111 iuu i- uai
J Rice at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
NEW STORE,
BfEW OOOBS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned liftvo opened ft House in
Gftslev. near their I.ivprv .9inhl? <?.?
...v pipose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Firm, name and style of RICIIEY
fcWYATT. They guarantee bottom prices,
is they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
hem a call.
II. A. HICIIF.Y,
A. 0. WYATT.
Kasley, Nov 22, 1875 13 If
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NEW GOODS! '
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BHILEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
15(JOTS, SHOES, AND IIATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
HARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUlt, !
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S. 1
1
L77G THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1876
o
I) ART IBS desiring information as to best
routes to (he CKNTKNNIAL, or to any
>t (he Summer Resorts or to any oilier point
n (he country, should address
1$. W. WRKNN,
Cen'l Passenger Ag't Kennesaw Route,
Atlanta, Oa.
T.i..n 1 1K7T. on te
T II E
I O li I! M KI i ItKO ISTlllt,
PUDUSIIRD
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.
Ihe Only Democratic Paper at tbo Capital
tkrm8, is at'vasob :
Dnily, six ntliH, 50
Tri-Wcnkl) m1 x monllis, '2 hO
Weekly, six monllis, 1 00
(J111-;A L'JSST
Book and Job Printing Officc
IX TllK ST A TP..
jQfc*y Address nil communications, of wliaN
ever character, (o Malinger Kcgistcr Publishing
Company, Columbia S. C.
May 18, 1H70 5i7
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS k COUNSELORS,
riCKENS 0. It.
Members of llio American Attorneys Association
and of the United States Law Aasociiu
lion.
Col. JAMES E. IIAGOOD is associated with
them, and they Will give prompt attention to
nil business entrusted to thoni.
Juno 15, 187G 41
Norton, Keith & Hollincfnsroi*h
A TTORNEVS A T LA W,
Will prrtcficfl 1ft flic Circuit and Pr*bftt9
Uourts for Pickens County, and in (lie United
Slates Courts of litis State from that county.
Ono of Iho Senior partners will be present to
H8(?ist in tho transaction of any important
business during vacation.
j. j. NORTON, I ... ? ,.
W. C. KKlTIl, | nlha11tt
C. It. IIOLLlNOSWORTlI,Pickens C. If.
March '23, 1870 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
A T TO It NIC YS A T LA TV.
PICKENS C. II. S. C.,
\v;11 :?" - - ~ -
..... .luuuvii m mi me vourts or tlie Stnto
and of the tJultcd Stntca. Business promptly
attended lo.
March 1(5 1870 U*
^ylllTXER SYMMES,
ATTORNKY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Pradioes in the Circuit onrl and Court
Probate for Pickens ountj.
Mav 10 -? >
? um
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MVILLE C, H? I, C,
Practices in Courts of Pickena
County, and in United States Courts
STEAM KNT.INF.S.STKAH BOILEKS.*
iK&Cmmsmmmm
^5tV )k-il JSel MILL GEARING MADE
^^iffl^HAFTING .PULLEYS AND HANQEB3
[TlicUNE QUALLE D J AS. IEFF EL POIJ BLE|
A p p ^K
GUANO!
TIIR UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
:all (lie attention of their friends to the fact,
hat, in addition to their
Stool: of General Merchandise,
Which ia always full in its rnricd branches,
rhcy have on hand a qunutity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at the following prices*
II r a <11 c y s Ammonfated
Phosphate.
Cash Price, $46 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at IS cents, CO 00
('ash Price, $-14 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton
at 15 ccutSj 00 00
Mnpe* riios]iti(t(e.
IJasli Price, ?18 00
Time l'ricc, payable in Currrncy, 68 00
Wilcox <V CJibW .JIanlpu*
lafcMl (iliiniio.
Push I'ricc, $56 00
rime I'ricc, payable in Middling CotJon,
nl 17 ccnlf, 70 00
Freight to be added from Factory, nnd
payable in CASH. AH lime sales to be closotl
?y note, due 1st day of November nest.
Ilcspcct fnlly,
HUDGHNS & BOLT.
Haslcy, S. 0., I'cb. "J:5, 187d 'JtJ
IS75 1875.
TALL AND WINTER GOODS!
YOil 11 ATTENTION' IS MOST RESPECTfully
called lo (lie largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Slock of floods that has
ever been exhibited in West Greenville; con*
8i?ting Of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., eic.
Our prices arc so low (hat no house this
side of New York can undcr-scll us.
We sell floods striclly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASH and DLINDS, at. prices that
defy competition.
We also keep on hand a large lot of thoco
celebrated GltANOK l'LOW STOCKS, to
which weintilo yonr attention.
Wc have also connected to out- Store, n
a Large WAGON' YAHl), with a well of Good
Water, which is Tree and Open to ALL.
( KIi\ *V HUOTIIlvK,
Greenville S. October 1, 187-">. wofl
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