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idies t b 4llo we
A m tablishe
between Andeuron 0' 1 and Liberty. I
4 ,#tation, in this County.
Miss Matti- To -&id, while going
to qburch lt Run was throwp
rqk 4er mule and sewuoo har.
Waddis.. ralig A crap" of blue
birds this year. he tried mattins last b
ji ind made a totAl f&11.0
Ezppy,-f.M W-1041ppbe, of
I4a8ley Station has resigne4 tbe ffice
of Deputy United States Mafthal.
Wo know a young maWh-ot a thou.. j
sand 01168 eom iis pIaco, wfio offici.
a :fia Sabbath school superintendent
4 in the morning and was seen in a *
blookade.*pilhoue In th4. evening. a
e . n
oWe are informed that Libeoty et,
ec'0 a "wet" ticket, but have'. not
learned the names of the parties
elected town offoers
Last 'n dity, the 16th Instant", the
time-for shooting game -expired. The
tdre. goble qan now strut prouder,
goblolouderiand breathe easier, prou
vidod he doesn't try to bite .anybody.
The storra of last Thursday night
and Friday, did great ditrage to the
Rico fields and truck farms in the vi- .
cinity of Charloston. The Railroads I
in the lower part of the State have
been washed in many places.
- EABLEY, S. C., April 17, 1877.
MR. EDIToR: Our election for mu- C
alicipal officers came off yesterday, and
resulted in the choice of J. I. Gossett,
Wardens: A. S. Sadler, 0. P. Run. d
ion, W. A. Mauldin, and H. A. Richoy. a
Tho wot ticket carried by a smart
majority. Respectful ly,
SToaxM.-A heavy et.ormn of wind k
and rain commenced at this place on
Thursday night last, and continued 1
until 1E riday night following. The u1
wind was very heavy and uprooted el
mniy large trees in this vicinity. It
extended over the entire Coanty, and
many trees wore blown down across -
thAe roads, causing the road hands to
put in an extra days work on Satur,
day. Large flakes of snow fell at this
place on Friday, and the mountains ~
were white wit.h it, which remained
on them un til Sunday. The d.ueetion
of the stores was from Northeast to
\VATCu Youn CHICKEN RoosT.
Last Monday mornaing,just before day.
light, Mr. J. C. Griffin heard a dis- ~
turbance amongst bia chickens, and c
arose and went out on the back piazsa
to see what was the matter. He ~
heard. something walking in te d
woods, back of the house, and after e
day-light took the track of a man and
followed it up to a~ negro cabin. He 1
at once sent word to the negro to
bring his chicken home, but when the
messenger arrived, his African highaI
noe was not to be found. Times are 1
hard, and it stands everybody in band
to watch their chicken roost.
REvENUE RA!).-The revenue ofik -
cis, w.ith a detach met of twelve or
fif'teen soldiers, made a raid in the
mountains of this County last week*
They did not find much of thes "moon
shine," but made the following ar
rests for violation of the internal revo
nuo laws: Humphrey Hopkins, A bner
Obastain, John Chastain, Zion McKin.
zio Colored, David A. Cooper and
2Napolean B. Edens. These partiesI
were all placed in jail, but gave bond i
the next day for their appearance be
fore Commissioner Thiornley for a
prohiminary examination. Joseph
Stansell, white, and Toney Ferguson, e
colored, were arrested but relensed on
promise to appear before the Oom.. a
massioner, wihthey di,and upon
a hearing were discharged. A still
house was found by the officials on
Glassy Mountain, within two miles of
this plane, but everything had been
removed and they bagged no game.
Testate ofrSouth e
Couir oi ProxENs,
4 Y virtue of an execution to met dlro.j
wll a~ to the highest. bidde,bfrth
Court Rouse door at PIckens Cour ilousee r
durngtheleal hours of sale, on the isI
On, aoble Sated Bug; le,id ona h
property of Larkin Hugh;ed at a the t 1
George Griffin against Lawon A. thDrion
LaknHughes et al. A.ro,J
J Terms Cash.
-u 1 m-rJOABE MA ULDIN, s.p.o.
TUnTOWN-OF NiASURY -"
A*t@ Btil BUeI,,
Y Vilque of- sUnd0y dieutions 'to me di,
rected, I will seQ to 46 'kighost bidder,
efere the Co#*,,Wbu6 446',t, Pickens C.
I., on thb fist ModaF, inma'y-it; the fol
>wing described L.W,nd .
All of that Trtat or Paroel of Land, known
a the R. N. 8mil Pfiuiei apitaht1bg 'ten
,ores, more or less, wbevdbnl1hs>Hetideleks
ow lives, froatiag"t,e AIV id R. A. Line
A;pq4,and -s*0miftg 1ladf
lauldin, Ausselij, Mscdn & Qo.,pd-ptJrs.
All of that Tract orarcel of Land, known
s thi dIovey Smith Ptaco, containing 1ixty
aven Ae.s, More less, whereon. Tyler Hill
ow lives,. adjpinu Ia4 ot WM. A, -.,auld
Levie4 9i; as the #ropry of Abper Mul
nix, at te suits ot W.A. Mauldia, W. J.
mith and others,
TELMS CASH-Purchasers to pay extra
>r titlos, &q.
JOAB MAtVMIN, o..0
april 12,. 7 81 4
TATE OF SOUTH' CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PIOKENS.
N T17E COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
tephen D. KsitI, James A. Griffin and J.
Calhoun Griffin, 8urviving Administrators
of E. I. Griffin, Senior, deceased, Plaintiffs.
L. R. Newton F*lger. Alonzo M. Folger and
B.. Fletcher Lesley, Defendants.
omplaint to Foreclose Mortgage of Real
Y virtue of a decretal order of His lion.
T. H. Cooke, Judge of the 8th Judicial
irouit, in this case, beprin date the sixth
ay of March, A. D., 1877,1 will sell to the
ighest bidder, before the Court House door
L Pickens Court House, between the legal
ours of sqle, on Monday, the seventh day of
lay next, the following described Premises,
All those certain Pieces, Parcels or Tracts
r Land near the Town of New Pickenus,
nown as Lots No. 1 and $o. 2, containing One
id Three Quarter' acres, more or less, and
ring South of Main street. WVest of the Good
40 House, adjoining the Lots of' S. D. Gioot.
itt, deceased on the East, Andy Bowen on:
me West, on the South by Lots 7 and 9, pur,.
tased by E. E. Mason.
TERMS CASHI. Purchasers to pay extra
april 5, 1877 .80
TATE OF~ sourTH CAROLINA.
- ICKEN8 COUNTf.
N PIlE COURT OF COMMA ON PL EAS
.D. Keith, James A. Griffin and J. C. Grit'..
fin, as Surviving Administrators of the
Estate of E. H. Griffin, Senior, deceased,
Lndy Bowen and Alonso M. Folger, De
omplaint to Foreclose Mortgage of Real
B Y virtue of a decretal order firom His
Hon. T. H Cooke, Judge of the 8th Ju..
icial Circuit, in this case bearing date the
izt.k day of March. A. D., 1877, I will sell
c the highest bidder, before th.e Court Houre
oor at Pickens Court House, between t.he
Bgal hours of sale, on Monday, the seyenth
*ay of May next, the following described
SAND, to wit: ..
All that Piece, Parcel' or LOT 'of 1 AND,
ylig near the Tow'a of Pickens, known as
1ot No. 84 and lying on the South side of
4ain street, confIining one acre, more or
ess, and adjoining No. 2 on the East and
4o. 4 on the West, whereon Andy Boweni
TERMS CASH--Purchaser to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P c.
april t, 1877 S' 4
ITATE OF SOUT11 CAUoldN~A,
W. G Fild, Es. udge ofProbate,
n an~d for sad Couinty, I will soil to thte
ighest bidder, on aleday in~ May next. (7th)
he following deseirted REAL- E-STATE, to
.All that PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
ituate in the Count,y andi State aforesalid, on
ranches of Golden's creek, adljoin:ing lands
4' Win. W. Clayton, Taylor O'dell, Cato
lanks and others, containing 254 acres, more
r less. Sold as the property of Emily Banks
nd others, for part ition.
JOAB MAULDIN, E.P.c.
april 5, 1877 80 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
B Y virtue of an execution to me directed,
I will sell to the highest bidder before
he Court House door, during the legal hours
if sale, on Saleday in May next, the following
One Tract of Land, whereon L. C. Neal
tow resides, known as the Pickensville Place;
a the County of Pickens, containing Three
lundred and Seventeen acres, more or less,
4joining lands of Step hen Watson, John W.
V ilson others. Levied on as the prop
rty of A. . Neal, at the suit of W. 0. Field,
"d'e a.f Probate for Pickens County.
TERMS CASH-Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.v.c.
april 12, 177 81 4
TO AS f,00
hr w W YB t
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
N. 0. Molasses.
A heavy supply of the above Molasses Inj
store, which we purchased in New Orleans,
and which wo will warrant to be a genuine
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Call on us and get any of the Early Vari
eties of Northern Potatoes
JOHN T. GOSSETT & Co.
P1OWS9 Roos n w os:
We are getting in store. a good supply of
the above implements, which we are offering
at a very small advance abovo cast and car
SPRING STYLE PRINTS;
Ginghams, Cotton Plaids;
Cambrics, Long Cloths, &c;
Coates' and Clarks' 0. N. T. Spool Tread;
.Whitt.more'j Cottor Crdsi
Tu'reyIRo'd Yua*o, Pallnetto Fans;
Braids, Cotton Hose, &c.; &c.
And a full line of all sorts of Dry Goods
and Notions in store and to arrive soon.
Call in and see for yourselves.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., Feb. 12, 1877
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
May 1, 1877, to_April 30. 1878.
T IE Revised Statutes of the United States,
.detio&.z 332, 32:37,:1238 aind: 2;., require
every person engaged in ainy business, avoca
tion, or emloymeint wh ich renders hun lia
ble to a SPEC IA L TAX, to procure and~ plae
conspiculously in his catablishmnen t or1 pla1ce
of business a STAMP denot01ing the paymnent
of said SPECIA L T AX for t he Special Ta'x
Year begi nn ing May 1, 1877, before coim
mencing or continuing business after April
A return, as prescribed on Form 11, is also
required by law of every person liable to
Special Tax, as above..
The Taxes embraced within the provisions
of the lhw above quoted are the following, vi z:
Rectifiers, $200) 00
Dealears, retail liquor, 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor, 100 00
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale, 50 00
Dealers in malt liquors retail, 20 00
Dealern in leaf tobacco, 25 00
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco, 500 00
And en sales of over $1,000, fifty
cents for every dollar in excess
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 5 00
Manufacturers of stills, 50 00
And for each still manufactured, 20 00
And for each worm manufact,ured, 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco, 10 00
ManufacturQrs of cigars, . 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, first class (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class,
(two horsQs.or pthe~r anitals) 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third class (one
horse or othier aiuial) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fdurthd class (on
foot, or public conveyance) 10 00
Brewers (if les8 thti 500 barrels, 50 00
Brewers of 500 barrels or imore, 10t) 00
Any person so liable, who shall fail to
comply with the foregoing tequirements will
be subject, to severe penalties.
Persons or firms liable to pay any of the
Speceal Taxes named above: ziste apply to
L. CA8S CAR11TfI, Collector of Internal
Revemte at CiolumnbiaT and pay for and pro
cure the Spcceal Tax Stamp or Stamps they
need, prior to May 1, 1877, and without
Special Tax kdimps will he transmit ted b)y
mail on receipt frorQ tite person *or irtn or
dering the same of specific directions so to
do, together with the necessary postiage
stanmps or the autount required to pay the
postage. The postage on one stamip is three
cents andl on two stamps six cents. If it is
dlesired that they be transmitted by register
ed mail ten cents additional should accoimpa
ny' the app)licationi. O~~B A
Commissioner of' Internal Revenue.
OFFiCEV oF INTERNAl. REvENUE,
Washirg ton, Dd 0., January 23, 1877.
March 2'2, 1877 18 miar2ap2
H AnoA RTeRS
FORL Cii EAP
Stoves, Tinware and House,
CROCKERY, GLASS-AND SILVER PILATF,D
WARE A SPECIALTY.
R oofing andt Rep'alring dop4 t hort~ not ice,
at the lowest prices. We ask all the peo~ple
of Pickens and adjoining Counties to call and
examnine;dtr steek. eWe*teflRy sell woods
cheaper than they have ever been sold in this
naarket. All Goods guaranteed.
To Meychante-Me' whoksal6 Tipydte as
cheap as Northern nmarkets. Send( for l'rKe~
.i. E. CURTIS & CO.,
Greenville, S. C.
E ejof 28, 1876 4 3m
Something on your account, so that
Snwrkeep up my Stobk 6f
Goods and al%Ays have
Want on hand at all times. I' vou
Anhything on Last Year' Account.
Don't put n1 e oil' any lou'er, but
30ome square tip.
If you wvant imore Goods
Them to-you on casy terms. I want
to sel you.
Or for Cash or Darter, or
That will best suit you,
B undereol., and my New Stock of
Dr'y Goods, Uoots, Shtoes, Ilate, &c.,
cant be boat. Call and see me.
W. T. MUF AL.
Oct 12, 1870 6
T HIE undersigned haveasoiedwt
Faniilg anld Ylauiufactuiiag
Boots and( Shoes.,.
MrR. CHIAR L ES WVEITNA UE Rfis a partner
squally interested withI us therein. The
1ame of the firmu wvill hereafter be thie
'OCONED TANNERY." Thankful for past1
pat.ronage, we bespenk a continuance of the
ame. Our senior, Mr. Filziniger, has a fine
'eputation as a Tanner, and will be able to
tupply customers in thtis line with the best
Lrtiole of SOLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
We will cotinue to mzanufa~ct.ure our first
:lass hand mnade
Xnd offer themi on the best terms.~
OUR BOOTS and SHOES are for sal by
W. Ti. Mc tFA LI, at. Pickenis Court House,
heap for cashd, 0or which will be exchanged
'or Hides on reas4onabhle t.ermst.
Ji'ly 20, 1876 40 t f
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickons.
IN COURT COMIMONJ PLiEAS.
Rtob't A. Th'JoinpMon Plaitiff, against Wmn. S.
W illiamas, D)efendant.
Bummnons in Attachn1 uient on Money Demaund.
T'O Will ia'm 8. W illiamst, 1)efendanit in (this
Y "" "reh'e' StIf'''I( '" o" a nd" rescired
to answer C the compIII11int. inl thiis act ion,
which is filed in Lte otlice of thie (Clerik
of the Court of' Cornmuon Plieas for (lhe said
County, andl to serve a copy 01 you anfswer
oni the subscr iber at htis oflice, on thie Pubhl ic
Square, at Walha;lla1, South Carbiolinau, withxin
twentty day13s aftert th It ervice of' this suunnlionis
onl y'ou, e'xclusi ve of thle day~ ot service.
If you1 fil to antswerP the~ co uplyuint within the
time~ aforesaid', ihe plaintiff will appilly to I ho
(Court for' jiument a ginst youl for' the somi
of Seven flitundred and Ninety-six I >oll:aris
and t went Iy-seven cents, withI int eres t atl the
rate of seen per cent umn per annium, from the
sixt.h (lay of' M arch, one i housabnd eight hun
dred andseveniy-six, arrd cos.
Waihalla, S. 0.
Dated March 24Uth, 1877.
RO(B'T A. TilOMPSON,
rO thle D)efendlat----Wmii. S. Williamis.
Ta:ike ntorice t iat Itihe summoinsiiOi, colai t
md att(adirmnt, worti filed iur the Clerk's of
fice. at Picken-a Court. I (onse. South Catroli n,
on the 24Ith day 01 March, 1877.
la i nt(ill' At 1trntey,
Wialhalla, S. C.
Malrcht 2 ) 1877 6
A 0AIM )EXCIIAN1 I
TIE POLLOWING CELEBRATE,
BRZADLEY'S PAT. P1IOSPIATP,
PA1j1RTTO ACID PIOSPIIATE,
WILCOX,.GIl3S, & CO'S MANI'
For salo on liberal terms. (Vireight
IIUDGENS & BOLT.
Easly, 8. 0., Feb. 8, 1877 22 2m
THE S IA UAN0,
Nevassa Acid Phosphate.
W ure ,(he Agetts for th enle of lie
above very POPULAR FElT LlZEltS,
aug would he leased to supply our friends
an( customers with any amount they may
want. The standard of these MAniires are
very high, and the terms are as liberal as
that. of any other First Class Company-Cot.
ton option offered. Call and see us before
.3J1IN T. (3OSSE-TT CO.
Easlcy S. C., 'March 8S 1877 26 4
NE:v AND ATYnACTIVEI
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S,
PICKENS C. II., S. C.)
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
from Now York and Baltimore, a. larg
and splendid Stock of
Tafl & V174,41,4 M101 AINN IIN
Those Goods woroe carefu liv selected
and closely bought by one of the firm,
an<)l CAN and it nITlE sold at aston
ishinigly lowv figures.
A mong the many novelties to be
f'ound in our stock, is the neat and
handsome T1iln, IIondricks, and
Ilampton IIATS, and the stylish
Call early, mako your selections
and be happy.
HIAGOOD & ALEXANDER.
Oct 25, 1876 8
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact th)at more cases of whites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob,.
structions, of' every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfleld's Female Regulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in Georgia andl other States is beyond
precedent in the annals of phisic. Tho,usande
of certificates from women everywhere pour in
upon the propriet.or. The attention of prom
inet medical men is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful comipounid, and thec most success
ful' practioners use it. If women suffer here
after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator rs prepared and sold by L. HI
BradfieEd, Druggist., Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at $1,50 per bottle at any respectable
Drug store in the Union.
12FFEC:TJ TRULJY WON IERLFUIL.
CAnTEna8v!LJI, Gaii., April 20, 18t9.--Thi-s
will certify that two members of my ilznme
diate family, after having suffered for' many
years from menzstrual irregularity, andl having
beeni treatedl without benefit., by variou~ nred
icaLl doctors, were at length comzpletely cured
by one hottle of Dr. J1. Bradfrekl's FE~MA L'
IlmG( UL-AT T)lI. I therefore deem it lily duty
to furnish this certificate, wit.h thie hi.pe of
drawing attention of suffering womienkind to
thme merits of- a. medicine whose power in cur,
ig irtugnlar and suppressedl menst.rnat ion,
has been proven under my own personaml ob,
servation. Its effect on) such Cases(' is trulvi
wondlerful, anId well may tihe remedy be called
"'Woman's Best. F'riend."
JAs. W. STR1ANGE.
Sep.7,18l7(; 1 4
IT AK1 Etihis nmethod of in formimdg all i4rties'
inersted, that I will he foutnd in .may of
fice, at Pickenis Court House on each Waui
N KSUAY and THUni lslAY, and on each SALEDmAY,
for the purpose of transacting any business'
lthat comesC und~ier my jttrisdict ion.
As nmy dut l'e, as Schoi(ol Commissioner will
comnpeli me to be absent in different parts of
he Connfty, I appoint, these special days for
lie benetit, of' all concerined. Oflice hiours,
f'rom 1 a. m. to 4I p. m.
*G. W. S?NGLAETON,
Feb, 8, 1X7~ 22
H AIR D)YE.
(-.-stadlo'o's Hiair Dye is the SA FEST and
BEST; it acts instantanaeously, produciag (lie
miost. inturl sadlex of Black or Br.own; does
N(OTi STiA IN ihe 8lKIN, and is easily applied.
it is a staindard~ ptreparation, and a favor.i(e
upon every well appointed TI'ilet for Lady or'
Genmtlemnau. Sol by Drumggist s.
J. CUISTA DORO,
P. o. Box. lr,. New York.
IDcu -..' l886 16r
8 B, CoTUAX,W . W, A ,
bevlle C ii -1 Lbty,P '
OTHEAN, HOLCOIRE O W&ED,
AT211"BYA 00 UNSSLORSA T'1A W
Will Practice in all the Qoutts of At S#atE
and Courts of theUnit4 States, tor t9 iea
tridt df Souti Carolina.
A7TORNE s A, LAI,
Will practice in the Croit and PribaAe
Courts for Pickens County, and ij to United
Stato0s Co*rts of this State from that oo4nty.
One of th1 ehiot parfn s oIlt 6e present to
9ssist in the ftesoHodn of u'y. tthportalt
business during vitftion.
J. J. NORTON, Wlhaft
W. C. kCEITU, W* h
C. Lj. IIOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. It.
March 23, 1876 29
W I[ITNER SYIMIE,
ATTORNEY ANDCOUNsELLOR AT i,AWf*
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the CiruIt oturt "nd Conrt o
Probate for Pickens otinty.
May _; 42 6m
ISAAC X. BRYA1,
ATTORINEY AT LAW,
Practices in Courts- of Pickes
County, and in United States Courts
D R. O. W. EARLE, having loca'ted at
PIcens C. IT., with MAe #fe*'of deiot4
ing his entire attentiion- to his Prof'sslon 1i
all its different branches, now offers his ser,
vicos to the citizens of Pickens and surround
ing count.-y. lie hopes to meet the expeota-i
Iion of the people by prompt attention to al I
cases entrusted to his care; with t'e epe6rit
ence of fifteen years, with four years in tho
various Iospitals during tle late war, where
all diseases th.&t ffesh is leir to *'as sieen Ad
Special -Attention given to oli diseases pe.
culiar to women and children.- He can be
found at his residence (at al times unless
professiona1y absent,) formerly occupied by
Mrs. IHughes, at the East end of Main str'eet.
March 1, 1877 208m
IL!.LUSTR?ATED PR1CED CA4TALOUQE
Fifty pages--800 Illustrations, *ith De
scription of thousands- of t-he best. Flowers
and Vegetables in the world, and the way to
grow them--all for' a tWo' centi' postage stathp.
P'rinted in German and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 eia. d
Vick's Flower and Vegetabte otdew,- 6#
cents in paper; in' elegant cloth dovera $1.00
Address, JAsisa VroK, Rochester, N. Y,
Vick's Floral Gaide
a beaut ifu;l Qiua'terly journa'i.-6nelf illt'~rated
and( containing and elegant colored Flower'
Plate *ith the fi'st nunibef. Price only 2&
cents for the year. Tihe irs.t No. for 1877
just issuled in Germin' and English.
Vick's FlIowe#' and Vegetabld' Gayden, Id~
50) cents; wit.h elegant.cloth coveu's $1.00.
V7ick's tYalalogue-:---300 Illd'htiaionis, only 2#
JAMES VICK, Roch6arfe,* N. Y.
FLO WER AND VEGETABLE~ GARDENV
's (lhe most beautiful work of tihe kind in the
world-. It contains neatrly 150 pages, "hun
direds of fine illust.rations, and. six chromori
plates of flowers, beautifully drawn and col
ored fron'inat uue. Price 50 cents in paper
covers $1.00 in elegant cloth. Printed ilt
German and English.
Vilck's Floral Guide, Qns6rterff', 2doents.
Vick's Catalogne--800 lilustrationts, 2b oe.e
A ddres's .11Es VrcK, Roohester N. Y.
Jan. 25 20 4t
FALL AND WINRZ 5iDI!
YOUll ATTENTION IS MOST RESPECT
.Lfully called to th~e ra'fest and decidedly'
tihe CIEAP'ET StockC of Goods that has'
ever been exhibJitCed in West Greenville ; con.
siting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE,- OROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are sc low that no house this
side of New York can tider-sell us.
We sell (Thon1' sf rietlTy for C AST!, which'
enables us to miake (lhe above declaration.
We keep consfantly on hand a largo lot of
DOORS, SASfl and BLINDS, at prices thaC
We also keep on hard a large lot of thee
cele brat ed 0 II A N(; E PLOW STOCK8, :t o
which we invite your at tention.
We have also connected to our StorE,
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
W~ater, which is Free and OrsN to ALa.
O'ELY & BROTHER.
Creonville H. C., October 1 1876. ,no6l
A IlOfE ANIiAKMi 19
On the line of a GRIEAT RAILROA'D, with'
goo-l mlarketsu both East and WAt-.
Now is the Time to Secure it0.
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, l'lest country foe'
Stock Raising in thle 0n1t'ed States.
Brooks, Maps, Full Information, also "Tud~
Ploi'I:' senit free to all parts of the world.
Address 0. F. DAV18,
La:nd Comsine U. P'. H. Ii.