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ANNOT/NCEMENTS.
For Solicitor.
8?^, Wo hereby nominato Onplnin A.
?ui Aiiiwor re-election 10 tno oiuco 01 chlicitor.
IIo has discharged the duties of tlio
' office for the past four years with fairness
and ability, and will bo supported for ro-elco*
tlon by / .; ( '
e- ' MAXX FniKNDa.
,
Mn. Editor: I'leaso announce ilic natno of
Colonol W. KEITH, of AVallialla, as a
candidate for Solicitor of tlio Eighth Judicial
W .Circuit-r-suhjcct, howcycr, to the Democratic
Nomination.
4 i Democrats.
... We heroby nominate? Ool W. 11. PKH.RY
as a candidate lor Solicitor of the Eighth
Circuit, subject to the action of tlio Democratic
Nominating Convention.
MANY DEMOCRATS.
For the Legislature,
* i B0UTlio friends of ABNElt MULLINIX
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
(ho Legislature from Pickens County, at the
.ensuing clcctiou?subject, however, to the
Democratic Nomination.
Wo aro authorized to announce Dr.
-A. ?T. ANDERSON as a candidate for the Legislature
from Pickens County, at the ensuing
election?subject, however to the Democratic
nomination.
y W? nrc authorized lo announce TIIOS.
AY RUSSELL as aoandidato for the Legislature
from Pickeus County, at tlio ensuing
election?subject, however to lite Democratic
nomination.
>
Tlio friends of E. II. DATES respectfully
announcchim as a candidate for I lie
Leffisliitlirn from Pinlforia fVnn??. .<i
suing election?subject, however to the Dc mocrntic
nomination. *
^ Tho many friomls of J. 15. SUTHERLAND
respcclfiilly nnnounoc liiiu as a
candidate for (lie Legislature from Pickens
County, at (lie ensuing election?subject,
however to the Democratic nomination.
86y Tl.c many friends of 1). F. BRADLEY,
Esq., respectfully announce him as a
candidate for tlio Legislature?subject, however
to the Democratic Nominating Convcn
tion.
Mr. Bradley served us faithfully in t lie Inst
' Legislature, and a moro indefatigable worker,
or watchful servant of the interest of his con#
stituentscan not be found in the County.
n or uierk of Court.
wax- We aro authorized to Announce tlio
nmne of A. S. IllUGGS ns a candidate for (lie
office of Clerk of Court of Pickens County at
flic ensuing election?subject, however, to
tho Democratic Nui'jiti'Uion
SffJuThe many friends of JOHN J. I.ICWIS
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
Glork of tho Court of Pickens County at the
^ ensuing election, subject, however to the
Democratic nomination.
Mr. Lis wis i.-j ft Jiuo and tried Democrat,
and his fine business qualifications eminently
fit liim for ihc office. *
For Probate Judge4'
Tlio many friends of R. A. GUILD,
rocpoclfuliy announce him as a candidate for
Judge of Probate of Pickens County, at ilie
ensuing election?subject, however to tl?c
Democratic nomination.
8<?T" The ninny friends of W. 0. FIF.I.I),
respectfully announce him sib a candidate for
Jtidge of I'robate of Pickens County ni the
ensuing election?subject however, to the
action of the County Democratic Nominating
Convention. *
For Sheriff.
The friends of .10AII MAULDIN res*
pectfully announce him as iv candidate for
Sheriff of Pickens County, at the ensuing
** election?subject, however, to the Democratic
nomination.
The friends of 0. W. DOW F.N re?,
pectfully annOnee liim as a candidate for
Sheriff of Pickens County at the ensuing election?subject,
however to tho Democratic
nomination. *
The rrany friends of J. IlILKY l'KHGUSON
respectfully announce him as a candidate
for re-election to the oflico of Sheriff
of Pickens County at the ensuing election?
subject, however, to the action of tho County
Democratic nominating Convention. *
For School Commissioner.
t Tho friends of Kcv. 15. S. GAINER
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
School Commissioner of Pickens County at
Ihe ensuing election?subject, however, to
the Democratic Nomination.
The many friends of P. 1). CURETON
respectfully announce hun a candidate for
* School Commissioner. Mr. Currton is u man
weu qunimcu lor tlio position, and will be
supported by
Many Democrats.
Tho friends of Her. (J. W. 8INOLETON
respectfully nnmmucc liim ns a candidal
o for School Commissioner c' Pick ens
County at tho ensuing election?subject,
however, to the Democratic Nomination.
Tho ninny friends of Prof. J. II. CARLISLE
respectfully annouttoe him a* a candidate
for the officc of School (7omniissiouor
of Pickcns County at tho ensuiiig election,
subject however, to tho action of (ho Democratic
nomination. *
Tliu many friends of M. S. IIKNDRIOK.i,
lOHjiectl'ally announce liini 'i ;i
cHmlulnto for Hclioul ('<?iiiiiiit<8iiiiier of I'iekeny
Counly, ill I lie conning olceliun Mibject,
liovvovor, to tho notion of tlio Couuiy Democrulic
nominating Contention. *
I
Tor County Commissioner.
B0i? Wo aro authorized toannounco
tho namo of J. S. BAItlCKIt as u can
iliiliUo for County Commissioner of
L'ickons County :it tho ensuing eloction?f-ubjoot,
however, to tho Demoemtio
Nomination.
Tho frionds of THOMAS P.
LOOPElt rospoctfully announco him
as a suitable candidato tor County
Commissioner of Pickonn County, at
tho ensuing cloction?subjeet, howovor,
to tho Democratic Nomination
JK5>? The fiignda of IiENJAMIN J.
JOHNSON respectfully announce him
an n eandidato lor County Commissioner
ot Pickens Counly, at the ensuing
eloction?-subject, however, to
the Democratic Nomination.
BQT The friends of JOHN T. LEWIS
respectfu.ly announce him an a
candidate for County Commissioner ol
Pickens County, at the ensuing election?subject,
howevor, to tho Democratic
Nomination.
fivj- Tho friends of X. T. MARTIN
rcspcctfully announce him as a candid
date for County Commissioner of'
Pickons County, at tho ensuing election?auhjoet,
howovor, to tho Domocralic
Nomination.
Tho friends of IIAIIDY GILST11AP
respectfully announce him oh
a eandidato for County Commissioner
Of Pickens CoUlltv. fit 1.1m nnsiiin?
olocoion?sulijoct, however, to tho
Democratic Komi nation.
The friends of ROSWT.LL HILT, reslicclfully
announce him as a candidate for
County Commutdcner of Pickens County, at
the ensuing election?subject, however, to
the Democratic Nomination. *
For Coroner,
The friends of P.HRUY R. EARLR
re.-'pectfully announco him as a candidate for
Coroner of Pickens County, at the ensuing
election?subject, however, to the Democratic
Nominal ion.
ix1 ,,vr ii luim^ ui i . j\. ruu i r.i\
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
Coi-oner of Pickens County, at tlie ensuing
election?subject, however, to the Democratic
Nolo in: PP^n.
i.nwiw ?-* >. ii i wi "*t^T
LIBEftTY HOTEL
TUP. UNI* FUSIONKD HAS OPENED A
FIKST CI.ASS MOUSE at Liberty Station, S.
C , ai <I is prepared to tako permanent or
transient Hoarders at reasonable rates.
The Table will bo supplied with (lie best
iiu- in ivkr'i
lie also keeps u select STOCK OF MF.ltI'll
A N 1>IiS 1*1 on hand, which is offered lo tlio
public cheap, for cutdi. Consult your own
interest ami call 011 him.
J. J. NIX.
Liberty, S. ('., July 18, 187<> -10 tf
Thousaii'ls use It, Why hesitateJoy
to the'world! Women is free! Among
the muny modern discoveries looking to the
happiness and amelioration of the human race>
none is entitled to higher consideration than
tho renowned remedy?Dr. J. lJnulfield's Female
Regulator, Woman's Best Friend. By
it woman is emancipated from numberless ills
peculiar lo 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. I
! cures constipation and .strengthens the system
It. braces the nerves and purifies the
blood. It never fails, us thousands will testify.
This valuable medicine is prepared and
sold by L. 11. Bradlield, Druggist, Atlanta,
(in., l'ricc ?1 VJ per bottle. All respectable
drug men keep it.
sni'Ni) ani? wr.i.r..
;\ riiAiii A, viii., I'l'U.
I>i*. J. Hradtield?Dear Sir:?I Inku pleasu!*<?
in ilating lliiil, Hornetinio previous to tlie
Into war, I used wiih I lie utmost success, on
a servant girl, your Female Regulator, prepared
llien :i( Mrudtields Drug Store, Host
Point, (la. .Slie liud been suffering severely
f 1*0111 Mispressed menstruation nnd iliis niedi>
cine soon restored licr to lionltli. Slio is today
living in Atlauiii sound nnd well. I will
state furl'her, (lint I know of its being used
with equal succcss in other cases. 1 do not
hesitate to endorse your preparation for tho
purpose for wiiich you reecoinmend it.
Yours truly, John 0, Wiiitnkr.
July 27, 47 4.
;Effl HIGH SCHOOL.
milK SccniH Scwi'iii of Ihc ftljovo named
.1. School will open Tueailay, June Gih,
1H70.
For leniis, kc., juUIvchh the I'rincipiit.
J. <2. STOCKMAN.
May 23, 1N7<> ?8 t f
'ri><> .k<*
i'll'KKNA Odl'NTY.
/?'/ /. II. I'lulpol, ,/;iil. i ol I'robtttf.
Wiit'.itKAH, John I?. (Jrftvlcy has ma?lo suit
lo mo (<> {^raiil liiin l.otiovs ??t" Ailminislralion,
upon llio Ms in to mul liitocts of Thin Lurid,
tlooou.^oil ?
Tho kindred ami creditors of I ho Haiti Thin
Lnriri, arc thorcftivu oilotl to ho and uppoar
before mo, in I ho Court of I'rohute. l? !?
holdi'ii ui I'ickciiMII., (iii Mdiiiliiy, (lie-Kill
i1 :iy (if August, insi., at II o'clock, a. in.,
Id show cmiikc, if any llicy have, why the sa'nl
uiliniiii.il mi i<>o blioiiM noi lie |ii*niii( !.
<iivcii uiuJoi' ni.v haii'l ami foul lliis, (lie
Mill d.iy of Align-i A I' , 1870
I II. I'll I l.l'OT, I.IM'C.
Aug 10, Ii*73 J'4 2
IjfKW A D V JBtf tTIS E M EN TS. |
TRrnnr
I WOULD AGAIN RBSPKCTFUlily
call tlio n.ltonVion of tho public
to my well holoctod and a?
nuriou BIOCK 01
SPRIU6 AMD SUMMER SHY-GOODS.
consisting of
DRY k VANCY GOODS, ;
11ATS AND CATS,
BOO TS AND SHOES,
Cents' Clotting Mads a Specialty.
GROCERIES,
11ARD ]VA RE, &0.
AH of which I will soil chonp for cash.
o
T am slill Agent for tho "EURE*
KA" FERTILIZER, ono of tho best
in the market.
Prico payablo in cotton at l.r>c. 1st
Nov., 800.00 per ton.
L'ncc payable iu curroncy 1st iNov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash on dclivory,
$17.50 per ton.
Freight $0.00 per ton, to bo added
to this point, and must be paid in
cash.
JjdstbuL not least, lot mo impress
it upon thoso who uro duo mo on ae-?
eoiuit for 187.r?, that 1 need tho money
and MUST JLAV 10 SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at once and favor mo as 1
favored you.
M. \Y\ FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
fell 17, 1870 24 If
DURYEAS'
S A T IN G L O S S S T A IICII.
TRY IT!
Lsc it once, and you will use
no other
o
DURYEas'
TMI'DAVPn cpadpit
I'll I JJI/ W1V11 U i UiVVJll.
Pronounce! l>y Jurors of Great International
Exposition, Psvi?, 1807, (o '>n tlio.
"PERFECTION OF QUALITY."
A trial will insure its popularity everywhere,
None genuine without Duryeas* 011
every package.
For sale liy Grocers generally.
June 8, 187l> 40 ly
NEW FIRM.
Oconee Tannery
o
rpIIE unilcrnignod have associated with
1 them ill tho conduct of their business of
'{Tanning and 3FaBinia<'( uing
ISoolu and
Mil. CHARLES WEITNAUKK, ns a partner
equally interested witli us therein. The
n.amo f?f flin firm will liA??Anf?A? K/* *!??.
"OCONEE TANNERY." Thankful for past
patronage, wo bespeak a continuance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filzingey, has u fine
reputation as n Tanner, ami will !>o able to
supply customers in this lino with the best
article of SOLE, UITER AND HARNESS
LEA'i HER.
At,an.
We will continue to manufacture our first |
clats hand made
&33iD SlfJ?E3, j
And offer tlicm on the best terms.
OUIt HOOTS and 81IOEH arc for sale hy
W. T. MoFAI.L, at l'ickens Court House,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
1V1 111 UN u 11 lUlkBUIlllillC IL'VIUH.
(}. w. FILZINGUR,
OOTTLOHH WANNHit.
July 20, 1870 40 tf
FOR_ SALE.
rniiK underpinned will sell uf Private <Snlc,
1. his valuable PLANTATION, known ns
ii,? i ....t.;.. ii....,i..w.trU i I.I
acres, ?>n which there are about. Ill acres of
lirnt class bottom. There is also ft good new
Cotton Uin ami l'ress on the plftce, good
Dwelling und all nocessary Outbuildings.
ALSO,
Another Tract, containing Hi".} acres, on
which there are lino Up Lands, well timbered
and first class bottom: and a line Orchard.
A f.SO,
All my Interest in I,ark in llendrick'ft
II'til 311 1*.
If not hoM nt I'rivftlo Sali> Itqf.ucilio 'iOlli
I of next Seplci.'.ber, nil I lie above properly
! will lie ilispoMi'tl of al 1'ublio Sale.
I'. <>. luldicm, Daou-ville, I'irkons County,
X. ('. JK8SH ClMiNSlI Y\V.
May 11, 15570 <ii) id
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A Fine LINE
OF
on soon,
Ml? TOTHOJJS A7
McF ALL'S,
HATS-LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit tho times.
At MuFALL'S.
o
?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
!
Good and Cheap.
At McE ALL'S.
0
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
l'licca Way Down.
At McFALL'S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
A ^ AT,. I/ A T T <0
XX* J.U l>'i: 1 JJL J O*
0
DRUGS AND MEDICINE?, 1'nro
and genuine?will euro tliesick and
make the well l'cel better. Try me?
Don't bo backward? but ask for
vliut you want..
Respectfully,
W. T. McjFall.
March 30, 1870 30
COME ALL!
0
r.iill.W <U'IVirr<V4W 61
jLiiM.K7jiia4 A KJJli*.*. AV11) V t
THE UNDERSIGNED FIltM (SUCCfESSOIiS
to T. W. IIUSSEL) havo
opcnod out business nt Easley Station,
A. L. I?. Iv., and propose to keep a
first class stock ot
Dry-Goods and him,
Which t!iov nronoso to sell at bottom
J 1 i ? *
prices, as tho following prices indicate
:
Factory Yarn, 81.20 per bunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 cent? per yard.
3?i Shirting, CJ cents per yard.
Livorpool Salt, 31.(55 per sack.
Sugars, 0 to 10 pounds to tho dollar.
Rio Coflfco, best, 4 lb* to tho dollar.
Ciood Tobacco, at 65 cents per lb.
Flour, Family, $7.00 per barrel.
I C. It. Baltimore Bacon, 13 centj per
pound.
All other things in proportion. Always
in the Corn and Cotton Market;
and othor produce takon in cxchango
for Goods.
liuanoH of (fio best on hand. Call
and examine before purchasing.
Respectfully,
RUSSELL, MAlifIN & CO.,
March 2, 1870 20
T T ~ T
Y FIU I CL.
o
THIS POPULAR llOUSK is conveniently
located to tho Depot; Itooins well furnished
ami tlio tublo supplied with tlio best in tho
market. l$onrd reasonable.
Conveyance fill ilishod to Tabic Hock,
tVsar's Head, or any other point which
parties may wish lo visit.
CI.Y I) 10 & MOTHS,
Propritlors.
' March 30, 1870 30 Oiao
fc?? ? mmmmmmaarmmmmmmammemmmmnem
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME TIIE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSUltE
you that 1
\\r : i i
VV 111
Prove to nil, that 1 have as good ami cheap
lot of Confections as any to be found, ami
there is
Not
A man who can beat my Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides tlie above, I have purchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can
B e
Had at any time, provided I am not
Elected
Infendant, in which case you might,
A g a i n,
Ilavc to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B 11 t
Hoping no such missfortune ftwftils me, 1
cordially invite all my hungry friends lo give
me a call, ami I
Will
Annon.Ro tlioii* "<> -I'?1 ?" * 1 -*
^ k ? ..Mogvi VII QIIUI t IIUIUJU una ui
low figures, as my object is to livo ami let
Live in
These hanl times. Pont, forget to call on J.
R. (SLAZENER, who can be found in the l'ost
Dilico at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1876 11 tf
NEW STORE,
new
AT EASLEY STATION, S. 0.
The undersigned have opened a House in
Easley, near their Livery .Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Finn, name and style of 1UOIIKY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices,
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
ii. a. iucnr.v.
A. a. NY ATT.
Gaslcy, Nov 22, 187'r> 13 If
TIic Xevrs and Courier for
llic Campaign.
fTlHE canvass now opening in (lie most iin.1.
port ant in wliicli the people of ivjiitli
Carolina liavo been engaged since the momentous
election ot' 18(10. Upon its result
uvi'tima mv nt'Ul VJ1 ttUU Ul I Ii0 OllllU U1UI 111C
Union.
TlllC N'KWS AND C0UUI1211 will, as ever,
ho in the front of tho fight, sustaining fearlessly
and faithfully the candidates of the
Nationnl Democratic party, nnd ttic action,
whatever it Bhall he, of the State Democratic
Convention. To this wo pledge the whole
power and influence of n, journal which, in
the past, has done what it could lo serve tho
interests, and preserve the rights and liberties,
of the people of South Carolina.
In order that it may be within the means
of every Democrat in the State to read Tiik
Nbws asi> Cour.ir.it during the canvass, we
lliivn psit!ilili?linil llm
...K
rates, free of postage find for country subscribers
only, beginning this day ami running
to tlio loth of November, a period of
four months:
DAILY KIUTION.
1 Copy 8 2 50
5 Copies 10 00
10 Oopica 17 00
TR1 -WKKK\.Y EDITION,
1 Copy 81 25
r> Copies 5 00
10 Copies 8
WEEKLY EDITION.
1. Copy 50 cents
In every etisc tlio money must nccoinpany
tho order.
J uly 27, 1870 -10
1776 THE GREAT CENTENNIAL 1876
o
I)ARTIKS desiring information ns (o best
routes to (lie (/KN'IT.NX 1A b, or to any
of llio Summer Resorts or to any oilier point
in the country, should mblross
[). W. WKKNN,
Ocn'l l'rtsuenger Ag't Kennesaw Route,
Atlanta, (Ja
June I, 1870 3!) If
Til E
211 II I t It KUI ST Hit,
l'Uitr.isiiEU
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
The Only Democratic Paper at the Capital
TKItMfl, IS AI'VANCF. :
Daily, six nionllis, ?:' "><
Tri-Wockly six montli.-*, - >'
Weekly, ?ix months, <"
(-11 HA PKST
Book and Job Printing- Ofiicc
/.V '////; STAT!-:.
A?l<I? < > s nil ffnniiniii'.'ilion'-' ?>f wli:it
ov<t flnrinricr, t?i M.hi.i/oi' K< i.-u-i I'uli
li'-liiji/ ('omp iry, ColuiuM
Mny 1J<, 1^70 w7
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS1.
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS,
riCKENS C. II.
Monitors of I lie American' Attorneys Assoeiatiou
and of the United States LaV/ Associa.
tion.
Col. JAMES K. HAOOOD itj aseoctalcd with
tlieni, and tlicy will give prompt atteniiqttto
all business entrusted to them.
June 15, 1870 41
Norton, Keith & Hollirigswo*th
A TTOIiNE YS A T LA W,
Will practice in the Circuit and Prebtitd.
Courts for l'ickens Conntv. and in Iho
Slates Courts of this Stato from that county.
One of I ho Senior partners will be prosent to
assist in llio transaction of nuy important
business daring vacation.
J. J. NORTON, I
\Y. O. KKITII, | alhalla
0. L. IIOLLINOSWOUTII,Pickens C. H.
March 'J.'), 1870 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
A TTOItNE YS A T LA W.
j PICKENS C. II. S. 0.,
Will IVitclicc in nil tlie Courts of tho Stato
an?l of the United States. Business promptly
attended to.
March 10 187<i 28
^ylUTNKR SYMMES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court 0
l'robatc for Pickens ounty.
May 10 42 Cm
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
A nrw**?- ? ?
m. * iflVit B'J ? >'%' 1' ll.V W 9
CftiEHVILLE C. H? 5, C, _
Practices in Courts of I'ickene
County, and in United States Courts
*" '?**y "7 tti~LJ?i-mm" : 7 ; . .rr~~?ma
>rvfe\ Sl L'A M km;1 j
list A'
|^\ ), ' % J?$) MILL HEARING MADE J
L!g^HA!TING:pulLEY.s.AND HA^GERj
pfhc UN EOUAT.I.Ki) J AS. LEF*EL DOUBLE [
j ^ TA opriKS^ P O QJLT^Ss *
GUANO!
THK UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of their friends to tlio fact,
that, in addition to their
Stool; of General Merchandise,
Which in always full in its varied branches.
They have on hand a quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at the following priccs*
I II1* a <11 c y ' s Ammoiiiatcrf
IMioapliatc.
C'nsli Price, ?15 00*
Tiiiie Price, payable in Currency. 01 OQf
Time I'ricc payable in Middling Cotton,
ai 15 ccnls, CO 00
Atlantic PltoMpliate,
CahIi Price, $44 00
Time Pricc, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time l'rice, payable in Middling Cotton
at 15 cenly, 65 00
Mapes riioK|>]iatc.
Cash IVue, J? 18 00
Time I Vice, payable in Currrncy, 63 00'
Wilcox &
Eadcri fnittaiio.
Cnph I'riee, 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Colton,
al 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be added from Factory, anil
payable in CASH. All time sales to be closed
by note, due 1st day of November next.
llcSpcctfully,
UUDGENS & BOLT.
linsley, S. 0., Feb. 23, 1870 20
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
(
o
Vr()IM? ATTENTION IS MOST IIHSPKCTI.
fully calk-.I lo (lie largest anil decidedly
the Oil HA1'BST Stock of Goods that lms
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
, GROCEItlES, etc., cio.
Our prices arc so low that no house this
s'hIc of New York can umlcr-sell us.
Wo sell Oooils strictly ff>r CASH, wliicfi
enables us (o make the above ileclaration.
1 \S'e keep constantly on hand a large lot, of
noons, HASH anil BLINDS, at priccs that
i ilefv eomi'etition.
1 i Wo also keep on Imt .l n large lit of iIiopo
I r<-l< lu'iicil C1KAN(!|'J IM.OW STOCKS, to
j wliii h wt* invile j'""? ntlenlioii.
! ! Wo Imvu also connoo'o t (o our 8(<ire, n
| i l.iirgi' WACON VA15D, willi v well of Quod
Walcr, wliivh i l'uo aiul <)i'i:s l?> Al.i.,
BlE/i. aV KUOTIICR,
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