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LOCAL 1TKMS.
Churoh Directory.
Rev. Ilugh McLccs, 2d Sunday nt 11a. m.
Rev. J. C. Hudson, 3<1 " 11 a. m
ltcv. W, II. Ariail, 4tli " 11a. m
llov. W. IJ. Singleton at Sacona every
1st Sunday and .Saturday boforo, at 11 a.m.
, Tht streets of our town aro being worked
out and put in good order tliis weok,
William Alexander an old citiren of thin
county, oged 82 years, died at his residence
on tho K oweo river last. week.
Wo aro roqucsted to State that a protracted
meeting will begiu at Sccona church on the
fourth Sabbath, instant at 5 o'clock,]), m.
?
Rov. Dr. J. C. Ilidcn, of Greenville, will
aid the pastor of tho Easley Baptist church
in a series of meetings, beginning next Suui
day, the 13th instant.
, DirricuLTV.?Mr. J. J. Hunt and W. S
Kirksy got into ft difficully near this place on
Inst Saturday in which the latter had his left
arm and three ribs broken Ly n large Btick
weed on hiin by the former.
Obbrnvim.k Distkict Mkktino.?The fols
lowing commitlce has been appointed (o provide
homes for the Delegates and Ministers
* to tho District Meeting, which convenes at
this place on tho 21th instant, viz: W. A,
Losley, W. T. Mears, John Ellis, A. C. Hughes
' aud Alonzo M. Folger.
W. II. A It IAIL.
Bev. A. W. Lamnr preached to a largo and
appreciative congregation at Secona church
ou last (Saturday and Sunday. lie also
preached in (he Methodist church in this
pladc on Saturday evening. His earnest and
eloquent preaching throughout this county
"U'rt flunk llflfl llano n 111 r? 1 > rrnnil n%\,\
bread cast upon the waters, may be taken up
fc. many days lioncc."
To (lie members and friends of Twelve Mile.
Camp Ground ; As the Arbor lias bccomo inipairod
and is dn xgerous, we propose repairing
it, commoncing on Monday, 21st instant. AVe
call upon one and all to help. lJrethven be
prompt, and bring some oak boards with you
27 it;oh<28 in length, lie prompt to the time.
Truly your servant, 1'. C.
An interacting protracted meeting of eight
' days duration has been concluded at Mount
Carmul church in this county. There were
^ lour accessions, two by experience and two by
letter. The meeting was conducted by the
ltcv. W. li. Singleton of this county, assisted
by Ilev. Mr. Stone, of Cireinvilte.
, <*?
Thk Koaos.?The public roadsarc gencral)jr
in bad condition, and as I ho people are now
done "lading by," wctrust ihc Commissioners
will have thi'in worked out and put in good
order, all over tho County. Of course it was
not expected of (he people that they should
dor tho work before they were through with !
(heir crops, but they are now through and I
^ have more lensuro thi>ll ?t nnv ntlmr snnann !
of the year, and wo hopo ihe commissioners
will give choir overseers instructions to warn
out their hands anil work their roads without
delay. At this time wc do not know of but
?ne section of road which has been worked,
^ mid that is (he first fg?tiou 011 the road lead- |
injj from this place to Pnmpkintown and |
Ksnlatee, under charge of Mr, W. M. Ferguson,
which lias been put in good condition, j
Ofcourso the commissioners will do their 1
duty about the matter, and wc sav this merely I
as a reminder to them.
' -44??
Oj.rn Mrktiku.-t-TIio Democratic Club at
fhis place met In the Courl lloiuo 011 Ihh8aturday.
Tho meeting was a very interest!
ing one and all tho members present seemed
to be fully imbued with tlu? iinportnnco of the
conflict before us. The Rev. A. W. I.amar
was present, and by invitation addressed tho
club. lie stated that lie desired it to bo dis?
<9 tinotly understood that ho was not a poiiti.
cian in any sense of the word, and did not
tirAnn?r> tn tnnl/r? n nAllllnnl urtnn<.li '!? ?? ?? ?
? X - ? - !'" ? fj.vvvi., i.c n
citizen of South Carolina, lie felt ft doep in*
terest in (ho welfare ami prosperity of his
fit ale. The good people of Soul h (Carolina had
been traduced and misrepresented so much
nnd 80 persistently that he feared they had
lost their manhood. If they would rise up in
mcir manhood and assert their Go<l-givcn I
rights, they could redeem llio Btate find give
(o the wholo people good government, peaeo
nnd prosperity. Ho very eloquently and ear*
neetly advised llio club to be careful vrha(
kind of men tlioy assisted in putting in oflice ,
?rum suckers ami gamblers should not be i
clectcd to any oflice, but men of nobcr habit* j
nud good moral character should be the men '
nelcc'e<l to rcccivo their BiiffevftgCH. Ufa
speech was frequently applauded and highly
appreciated l?y the club. Tlic resolution of
the County Exccutivo Committee relative to a
plurality vote for candidates wan ratified by
the club. A resolution introduced by Mr. H.
1). Keith, requesting the County Executive
Commlttco to devise and rcccommeud a plan
+ for conducting ilic primary election, in order
to have uniformity in nil the clulifi in the
county, was adopted. Tho club is growing
Y?ry rapidly, and will do goo I Bcrvico in the i
Approaohing campaign.
Fink SuN'sinimtirn auk i,ike Wonnuixi:?,
Delightful luxuries of be luty to I wine around
n Holid upright stem of understanding, but
very poor things if unsuilaincd by strength,
^ tlioy arc left to creep along tho ground. So
is with the body, wh?n sustained hy utronglh
nnd health, then nil is beauty and happiness.
lJut when enfeebled?by disease, there is no
silvery lining to tho clouds. Olpom pervados
-> nit nature and hone dwindle* mi? .l.wrmii. . I
Invalid,would you enjoy tlmt inoHliniuhlo boon,
honUh? Know that it in within your power.
Thousands have been as bad off as you are.
? Strength to their enfeebled limbs, and joy to
their despoil ling hearth has beon impu ted
by tho judicious iibo of Or. Tnti's Vegetable
Liver rills, the boon to suffering humauity.
iiBXii?a?m?inn MuaammammmaamaammamBmmsmm
Meeting of County Democratic Executive
Committee
| Pursuant lo nOjournmcnt, tho Counlv Ex
cculivo Committee mot nt the Court House, on
Monday, the <Jd inst Present, It. E, Bowen,
Clinirnmn; D. P. Bradley, Secretary; J. It.
Gossett, W. (J. Field, B. J. Johnson, J. E.
Borroughg. W. T. Field and John T. Lewis,
Rev O W Singleton was admitted ns proxy
for Vr S Jones, member from Pumpkintown
club- Reports from oaoh club as U> action on
primary plan of election for candidates, was
received, as follows: I'ickcnsville club,
adopted; Liberty club, rejected; Oarvin club,
adopted; Easley club, adopted; Pickens Couit
House club, adopted; Dncusville club, adopted,
Pumpkintown club, adopted; Eastatoo club;
adopted. A majority of the clubs having
adopted tb? plan, the following preamble and
resolutions were then presented and unanimously
adopted:
Wiiehkas, A majority of the Democratic
clubs in the coiintv haviiiu aJonted llio r>lnn
of primary clcction for candidates, as proposed
by tho Executive Committee, aud,
whereas, il is umdc the duty of said committee
to designate the time for holding said
election, thcrcforo, be it
Retolvcd, That each club meet on Friday,
the 18th day of August, 187G, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., and proceed to receive votes for candidates,
as proposed, until 4 o'clock, P. M. or
as much later as may bo necessary, to afford
all members of the club an opportunity of
voting,
Iieaotval, That each club bo entitled to live
delegates to tho county convention, and that
said convention convene at the Court House,
oh Saturday following, the !9th, for I lie purpose
of oarTying out the duties imposed by the
said plan of primary election, and for the discharge
of such other duties as limy properly
come before it.
RcsoU'cd, That it was the intention of the
Executive Committee that the candidate re*
ceivitig a plurality, ar highest number of
votes, (but not a majority, as published in
the propsition) should be the candidate of the
party.
Jterolveil, 1 hat cach club, when it meets to
vote for candidates, be requested to ratify the
above declaratory resolution, and voto for
candidates with that understanding,
Resolutions submitted from l'ickcnsville,
Garvin and Kasl'ey clubs, were laid on the
table. Counuitte then adjourned to meet oh
Kiiloday in August next,
It. H. 1JOWEN, Chairman,
I>. F. Hbadi.ky, See.
Thousands use It, Why hesitate*
.Jovv lo the world! Women is free! Among
tlie many modern discoveries looking to the
happiness nnd amelioration of the human race.
ik.no in entitled to higher consideration than
tin; renowned remedy?Dr. J. llrndficld's Female
iTegulator, Woman's Best Friend. By
it woman is emancipated from numberless ills
peculiar to her sex. Before its magic power
all irregularities of the womb vanish. It
cures whites. It cures suppression of the
menses. It removes uterine obstructions. It
cures constipation and strengthens the system
It braces the nerves and purities the
oiooti. 11 never runs, as uiousnnus will testify.
I'llia valuable medicine is prepared niul
sold l>y L. II. Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta,
(in., l'ricc ?1.50 or bottle. All rcspcctuble
tlriig men keep it.
SOUND AND WKLt.
Ati.anta, 0a., Dec. 20, 1808,
l)r. .1. Hrtulfield?Dear 8if:?I take pleasure
in stating that, sometime previous to the
late war, 1 used with ilte utmost success, on
a servant gill, your Female, Regulator, pre|.mi
d :>.! M>-?il?ields Druir Store, West
I'oiiii, ?>a. /vnc nnu oeeu sintering severely
Ir??m suppressed menstruation iiml lliia mcdieine
soon restored lier (o health. She is today
living in Atlanta sound and well. I will
state (artliev, iliat 1 know of its being used
witli equal success in otl.er cases. 1 do not
hesitate (o endorse your preparation for tho
purpose for which you rccooinmcnd it.
Yori*8 truly, John 0. Wiutxkr.
July 27, 47 4.
mm MH SCHOOL
luaafcUUiB IK VI ll
rp!!H Sccoixl Session of tho ahove named
JL School will open Tuesday, June Dili,
!?10,
For terms, &c., acUlrc?? ?Principal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN.
May 25, 1870 Ii8 tf
rail... a _ a i *
in; hiuh- .kmiiii v aruiiiiu
I'ickHNS County.
1!>j I. 11. J'hiljwt, Juil.c of Probate.
WiiKitkah, John L. (Sravley lias made suit
to me to grant liiin Letters of Administration,
upon tho Kslato ami KH'ects of Thia Ladd,
ilecoased?
Tlio kindred and creditors of the said Thia
Ladd, are therefore cited lo he and appear
before mo, in the Court of l'robate, toho
iiolden at I'ickcns(J. II., on Monday, the 28th
day of August, inal., at 11 o'clock, a. in.,
lo shew cniiKO, if any they have, why the said
administration should mil he granted.
IS i veil under my hand ami teal this, I lie
Bill day of August A 1>., 187l>.
I. II. I'll!LIMIT, J.p.i' c.
Aug 10, 1M7& r.i 2
The Stato of South Carolina*
Pickkns County.
IN COMMON PLIiAS.
llnylis W MannoU, Fletcher /l/ansell, Camilla
Jluudrickn ami husband Jamea 15 llundricks
and uthct'ri?Pluiutitt'a.
against
J Mm oh I'flBwoll, Robert K Howen, Win A
(Hyde, Henry 0 HiiggH, Thomas W KiixhpII,
Orlando l-'olgcr and others?Defendants.
com i'll a i nt ion uki.ikk, &o.
I) Y virtue) of a decreolnl order, made ]>y (ho
) Hon. T. II. ('ookoi Judge of the Eighth
liidioiul Circuit, on the lflth dny of July,
A. I) IKVli, ouch and every of the heirs at
law ofTinsii Km ma Johnson, formerly Tinpa
I'n ma Maine!!, if any there he other
fli'iti tlii* I'll i n I i (V?t it t m r v i* iiiimnil in fliiu <\ a
lion, are hereby mimmoncd and rc<(nirod lo
ftpyioar before the Cloik of this* Court, identify
them olvrs arid oh I sil?li nh llieir claims to
t ho funds to lie ditdribuled, herein on or bofolo
tbo ? 1st day of .Inly A. 1>. 1N77, or
forever be debnrred of nil benclit undor the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
act ion.
Civen under lay hnnd nml ofilco seal nt
I'iokeiiH, this tho 16lli tiny of July A. 1).
1870.
H. IV K HIT If,
Clerk of Court of Common Pious for
l'ickirts County, JS. ('. !
July fiO. IbVG i0 Jy
. ?
IN W VY AUV JfiltTIS15M ENTS.
TlMOTOr
I WOULD AGAIN RKSPEOTBULly
cull tho attention of tho public
to my well holoctod and assorted
etoek of
BOTtUH ?nnw?
griviiiu am SUPlttfaft DRY-GQQDS.
consisting of
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cents' dotting Made a Specialty.
/Ti It r\ *1 -r -r-? ^
tr.it V VJ'jUIJ&S,
HARDWARE, &G.
All of which I will soil choap for cash.
I am still Agent for tho UEUIII3??
IvA." FERTILIZER, ono of tho best
i n 4 K A %y* n nlr r? i
111 i/iiv niiuauii
Prico payablo in cotton at 15c. 1st
Nov., SGO.OO per ton.
Prico payable iu currency 1st Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash on dclivory,
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $0.00 per ton, to bo added
to this point, and must bo paid in
cash.
Last but not least, lot mo impress
it upon thoHo who uro duo mo on ac>?
count for 1875, that! need the money
and MUST IIA V10 SETTLEMENTS.
my tip ai onco una lavor mo ns i
favored you.
M. \V. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S. CFeb
17, 1870 2-1 tf
DURYEAS'
SATIN GLOSS STARCH.
TRY IT!
Lse it once, and you will use
no other
o
DURYEas'
T \fT">D/"\"\7"n*T'\ nnnxr nni . T-H~.it
iiui nw vii.1/ OWitiN C)lAiiVJli.
I'ronouncd by Jtirors of Great International
Exposition, Paris, 1807, to be tho
44 PEIWI3CTION OP QUALITY."
A (ri.il will insure its popularity everywhere.
Nono genuine without Duryeus' on
every puck age.
For snlc by Groccrs generally.
June 8, 1870 40 ly
TVTTT^Xir PTnn/r
in xz, vv riivivi.
0
Oconee Tannery
TJIK undersigned have associated with
them in the conduct of their business of
Tanning and tfamif'actiiing
JiOOIH JUKI KltOl'N,
MR. CHARLES WEITNAUER, as n partner
equally interested with us therein. The
nanus of the firnt will hereafter be I ho
"OCONEE TANNERY." Tlmnkful for past
patronage, we bospeak ti coiuinuanco of ilio
name. Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, has a fmo
repulalion ns a Tanner, and will be able to
supply customers in this lino with the host
article of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
LEA I HER.
ALSO,
Wc will continue to manufacture our first
class hand in ado
mis
And offer thorn on the bext terms.
OUll RO()T<8 ami SIIOK8 aro for sale l>y
W. T. Mo FALL, at l'iokena Court House,
cheap for cash, or which will bo cxehangeil
for JLiilea on reasonable terms.
(}. W. FII//.FNOER,
UOTTIiOUU WANNER.
July 20. 187<1 4tl If
FOR ^ A 1 P
JL "X* ' /L v W M. A. Jl?J A /
mil ft undersipned will sell at Private S'ale,
_1. Iiih valuable PLANTATION, known as
tlioLnrkin Hendricks place, containing 112
acres, on which there are about 10 acres of
tlrnt class bot tom. Thcro is also a good now
Cotton Gin and Press on the plaeo, good
Dwelling and all nccessnry Outbuildings.
ALSO,
Another Tract, containing 108} acres, on
wldcli (hero are tine Dp Lands, well timbered
and first class bottom: and a fino Orchard.
/lliHO,
All my Interest in l.nrkin IIoiHiiiok'd
eslut c.
If not (told at lVtvato Snlo boforo tho 20th
of next Hoptemher, all tho nbnvo property
will bo ilispoKeil of ivt I'ublio Snlo.
I'. (). aiUlrcaa, Daousville, Tiekens County,
. i. C. JKSHK CIIKNSII AW.
May llj lb70 HO id
I
/
N E W A1) VERT ISEM EN TS.
A Fine LIN E
OF
MIT soon.
/
Ml? MTU??? AT.
I
McFALL'S,
II ATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at priccs to suit the times.
At McFALL'S.
o
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good find Chcnp,
At MoF ALL'S.
o
CROCKERY, TIN AND I1ARD\\T
A T)P T"? _ i?r ^
IV IYUHj. X-rices VYAYJJOWN.
At McF ALL'S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
o
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Pure
and genuine?will cure the sick and
?? a1?a 11, a n _1 1 _ ax ? n^
iiiutvu uiu wuii ioui uuncr. iry mo?
Don't bo backward?but ask for
what you want..
Respectfully,
W.T. MoFaix.
March 30, 1S7G 30
COME ALL!
s_o
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCCESSORS
to T. W. RUSSEL) Imvo
nnnnnr! rwn f l\no! nnaa n f I^ooIait Ci!< n I !/\rv
v|/uuvv.i vuu uiiniuvoo (iu JJiioiuy kJiauwn,
A. Jj. II. II., and propoao to kcop a
first class stock ot
Dry-Goods and Groceries,
Which thoy proposo to soil at bottom
pricos, as tho following pricos indi
V/CI uu
Factory Yarn, 81.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 conts per yard.
3-4 Shirting, GJ ccnts por yard.
Liverpool Salt, ?1.05 per sack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Itio CofToo, best, 4 lbs to tiio dollar.
Good Tobacco, at Of) conts por lb.
iriour, Family, tf /.UU por barrel.
C. K. Baltiinoro Bacon, 13 conta por
pound.
All oilier things in proportion. Always
in tlio Corn and Cotton Market;
and other produco taken in cxchango
for Goods.
(iimnosol tho host on hand. Call
and oxarnino beforo purohasing.
Respectfully,
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
lunrcn z, 10/0 zo
EasleY IIotcL.
o
THIS POPULAR HOUSE is convoniuntlv
loetiled lo llio Depot; Rooms well furnished
and (ho tiililo supplied with the best in the
market. lJoard reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Tabic Rock,
Ciosar's Head, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE & MOTES,
Proprietors.
March 30, 1870 30 Gino
' 7 (&
?'
" 7;
7 y
E VV AIJV E UTISE M liNTS.
G rant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND 1 ASSUME
you that I
Will
Prove to all, that I lmvc n" pood ami" cheap
lot of Confections as any to be found, and
mcro is
Not
A man who can beat my Stock of Cannod
Goods. Besides the abovo, I have purchased
a stove, and a nico Lunch of Frosli Oysters
can
B e
Ilad at any lime, provided I am not
Elected
Intendant, iiv which case you might,
Again,
Havo to go home hungry anil moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no sucli missfortunc ftwnils mo, I
cordially invilo ftll my hungry friends to give
me ft call, nnd I
Will
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figures, ns my objcct is to live and let
Live in
Tli08e liftrd limes. Dont forect lo ei\ll on .7
LI. QLAZENEll, who can be founil in the Post
O Uxoo at
Easley Station.
Doc 2, 1875 14 If
NEW STORE,
MEW OOODS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
Tlio undersigned have opened a House in
Easley, near their Livery Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY RTTSTTtf-tfSS
Under the Firm, name and style of HICIII-Y
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
II. A. RICIIEY,
A. G. AYYATT.
Easley, Nov 22, 1875 13 tf
Tlic New* and Courier i*?r
tlic Campaign.
o
rrillK canvass now opening is tho most imJL
portant in which clie people of South
Carolina havo been engaged since the momentous
election of 18(10 Ilnnn ilu i-ncnW
lontMuls tlio weal or woe of the Stnlo ivml the
Union.
THE NEWS AND COURIER will, ns ever,
bo in the front of tho fight, sustaining fearlessly
and faithfully tho candidates of the
National Democratic party, and tho action,
whatever it shall ho, of tho Stato Democratic
Convention. To this wo pledge the wliolo
power and iniluoi.de of a journal which, in
tho past, has done what it could lo serve tho
interests, and preserve the rights and liberties,
of tho people of South Carolina.
In nrdnr flint if mnif !?/* w?il.li?
1 ....... I..U ...Cil.13
of every Democrat in the State to roiut THk
Nkws and CouniKR during tho canvas.", we
liavc established tho following campaign
rates, free of postage and for country subscriliers
only, beginning this day an<l running
to the 15th ot November, a period of
four months:
DAILY KDITION.
1 Copy $ 2 50
6 Copies 10 00
10 Copies 17 00
Tit I-WEEKLY EDITION'.
1 Copy 81 25
5 Copios... 5 00
10 Copios 8 75
WKEKLY EDITION.
1 Copy 50 conts
In ovory ca?o tlio money must nccompnny
tho order.
July 27, 1870 40
1770 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1870
o
PARTIES desiring informnlion ns to best
routes to the CENTENNIAL, or to any
of the Summer Hesorls or to any other point
in the country, should address
H. W. WRENN,
Gen'l l'ftsaonger Ag't KennoHaw Route,
Atlanta, Oa.
June 1, 1870 80 if
the
? o i. it h is Li m:<; ismt
l'UltT<I8II EI)
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
Tho Only Democratic Paper at the Capital
TKItMS, IN AI'VANCK :
Daily, six months, / $;S f?(
Tri- Weekly j<ix in at tli8, 2 ">l
Weekly, 8ix months, 1 (?(
CUR A HOST
Book and Job Printing Oflicc
IX /'///: ST.I !'/ '.
?*
Hny Ainirt'ss an c?>mmhisicuiioiis, oi what'
evo?" oliaranlor, lo Malinger Ue^istcr l'nli
lisliinfr Company, ('olmnliit S. C.
May lt<, lb70 o7
t
j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS,
PICKENS (J. II.
Members of (lie Anicrican Attorneys Association
nntt of the United States Lftw Asaociat
ion-.
Col. JAtftiS ft. IIAQOOD ia as?ociated with
them, and tliey will give prompt attention tp
all business entrusted to them.
, June ir? 1 R7? At
-v.v -Ml
Norton, Keith & Hollingswortll
A T TO It NIC YS A T LA W,
Will practice in' llic Circuit and Probato
Courts for I'iokens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from Hint county?
One of the 3enior partners will be present to
assist in (lie transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, 1
>v. ij. KKITH, { "u,u,llltt
C. L. HOLLI^QSWOUTH.PickonB C. II.
March 23, 187(4 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
A TTORNE 1\ST A T LA W.
PICKENS 0. II. s. c.,
Will Practice in nU t ho Courts of tlio StrUo
and of the United Stales. Business promptly
attended to.
March 1G 1K7G 28
^IIITXEll S1MMKS.
ATTOItNEY AND COtfXSKT.LOR AT LAW,
. GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practiccs in tho Circuit ourl and Court o
Protoato for l'ickcns ounly.
May 1(1 42 Gnj
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTvmxr.Y AT I,AW,
BfflimLS C, H? 5, Cr #
Practices in Courts of Pickonef
County, and in United States Courts
* 1 i.,jj
I ?
W1LI< GKAlUNtt MADE
H A IF TIN G, ,^S A N D MNjjERSj
The U N EQUALLED J AS. LEFEEL DOUBLE]
gfliresreorasra resin 4 Willi lilffM.-Md
Addrkss, POOLE & HUNT.' 1
GUANO!
TIIH UNDEHS1CSNF.1) RESPECTFULLY
call tlic attention of ilieir friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
Stool: of General Merchandise,
Which is always full in its varied branches.
They have on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, al the following prices;
IS i'?<i ley n Ammor.'r.ted
Cash Trice, $-Lr> 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payable in Middling Cotton,
at 15 cents, CO 00
Atlunlic Plaoaplinte.
Cash Price, Sl4 OC
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time Price, pityablcin Middling Cotton
nt 15 cents, 05 00
Iflapcs IMaosplialo.
Cash Pri(c, !?18 00
Time Price, payable in Currrncy, 63 00"
Wilcox Ar CiibbM' ^IaiilpuInfi'd
fiiiiirio,
Cash Price, ?55 001
Time Prioe, payable in Middling CotIon,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to bo added from Factory, am?
!.l.. n.? o it . i, .. . .
? wion. /l(, llIJ1c 8ai0ft (0 ?0 ci08ett.
l>y nolo, iluc 1st day of November next.
Respectfully,
HUDGJ3NS & BOLT.
Knsley, S. 0., Feb. 187(5 2(1
FALL AND WINTER GOODS I
YOUll ATTENTION IS MOST KHSI'KCT*
fully cnlled lo (lie largest and decidedly
I lie OIIHAPHST Slock of Goods dial lias
over been exhibited in Wcsl Greenville; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,.
, GROCERIES, do-, etc.
Our prices arc so low that, no hoiiMO tliir
side of New York cun itndcr-sell us.
Wo sell Goods strictly for CASH, wliioh
enables us lo make tho ahovo declaration.
I | 1 1 % . -r
*t v ivuu|r vuiiM?ftiii ijr "ii IIIIIIU Jl lurpo IOf. OI
fHHTRS, SASH nn?l HI.INDS, nl prices (liat
> defy competition'.
J Wo ?lso keep on liur.tl u largo lot of I hope,
colcbriitinl OIIANOK 1'I.OW STOCKS, lo
wliicli wcinvfto your Attention.
' , Wo liavo alrto cointcch'l I" our Slore, n
| :x l.argo WAUON V AU1>, witli :i well of (Jowl
, Wulcr, wliirli is Ftvo ami Opin lo Am..
iV ISUOTIIftin,
(ileumi!I? S I'., October 1, 1^7"'. a'6

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