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EASILY STATION, S. C.
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~??HE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUCfttiHRnilR
f.n T. W. RTtSSRT A l,.iBA
oponod out business t\t Easloy Station,
A. L. It. and propose to koop a
' $rat class stock ot
Hw-Sflflis Mil Grnfierifls
PI j VIVVVIN HUB VIIVV?IIII)J|
Which thoy proposo to sell at bottom
pticofl, as tho following pricos indioato:
Factory Yarn, 81.20 por hunch.
7-8 Shirting, 8 ccnts per yard.
3-4 Shirting, G} conts per yard.
Iiivorpool Salt, ?1.05 por sack.
O. * Ci i ~ 1 A 1- i _ il . i n
ougm-b, v bv iv jjuuiiuw iu mo uoimr.
* ltio Coffco, best, 4 lbs to tho dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 65 conts per lb.
Flour, Family, 87.00 por barrel.
C. It. Baltimore Bacon, 13 cent* per
All other thing* in proportion. Always
in the Corn and Cotton Market:
and Other produco taken in cxchango
% ( Guanos of tho host on hand. Call
and oxamino beforo purchasing.
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2. 187G 2G
? THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of their friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
Stook o( General Merchandise,
Which is .V.Tfnys full in i,u vnvJml hrnnohcs.
They hnvo on lmu?l n quantity of different
BtaudnnT Fertilizers, nt tlio following pricca*
UrudlcT 'H AimiioiftiiticMl
Cash Frioo, $! "> 00
1.1. !.. P r i i?\
a 1111 v i i iv\>j jmjriiuiu in vun uiiUYt u I Uu
Time l'rico payable in Middling Cotton,
at 15 ccnlK, GO 00
C*?h Price, $11 00
t Time l'rico, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time I'rice, payable in Middling Col*
, i ton at 15 ccnis, 0> 00
fjASli Itu e, $ 18 00
TimeJPricc, payable in Currrney, <i:? U0
Wiicox & .H?a;i2pululed
Cash I'rice, $00 00
* Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be adJcJ from Factory, and
payable in CASH. All time sales to bo closed
by note, due 1st day of November next.
It narins*! till! v
* HUDGENS dt BOLT.
i:<i8ley, R. 0., Feb. 23, 1870 W
WILL be sold nt l'ickens Court IIousc on
Saleilay in April ne tt,
A LOT OP LAND in tho (own of Pick ens,
known in tho l'lat of llio Town as Lot No.
?. . Sold as the property of E. 11. Griffin,
TE11MS CASH?Purchaser to pay extra for
% On tho same day, we will sell all the Notes
and Accounts appraised worthless, due said
S. D. KEITH, )
J. A. (MUFFIN, [ Adin'ra.
J. C. GllIFFIN. J
0 March 2, 187fi 2(i f>
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oiici in b oaics.
BY virtue of nn execution to me directed,
I will sol] to the highest bidder, at Central
Station, 011 Saturday, 18th instant, the
following articles, viz:
^ I Mofiler ISahmann & Co. Safe
1 Pair Buffalo Scales, drawing 1,000 lbs.
'2 Sacks Salt,
41 Pair Women's Shoos.
C Pair Men's 8hocs,
7 Pair Men's (Jailers, x
8 Pair Hoots,
6 Saddles. '
3 Grind Sloncs.
1 -Stovo and fixtures.
2 Holtb Jeans.
1 Lot Crockery Ware.
y 1 Lot Tobacco.
Levied on as the properly of Hester & Hester,
at tlio suits of Daniel Kliuo, Duck & Co*
All tlio interest tlint W. II. Hester lias in
the following articles;
1 Moslcr Kallmann & Co. Safe,
1 Pair Buffalo Scales, drawing 1,000 lbs.
2 .Sacks .S'alt,
41 Pair Women's Shoes,
6 Pair Men's Shoes,
7 Pair Men's (Jailers,
8 l'ftlr ltoots,
Levied on as the property of W. II. Hester,
at tlie suit of James Fisher.
J. HI LEV FERGUSON, s.r.c.
Maroli 2, 1877 20 _2
ATTOKXKY AN l> OOllNflKI.I.OR. AT ?.A\V,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the ('irouit ourl and Court o
Probate for Piokcns ounty.
May 10 -12 Cm
I WOULD AGAIN RESPECTFULly
call tlio nllotition of tho publio
to my woll soloctod and assorted
7~} J-> Q- 1.1 4 *1 S*l r\ r\ r* ?-v
IJ u I IX, r/iivoi (f U UJJ
Z/A7S AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
a /.' A7 T.<?' /1 r. /"I rl111 f T\TS1
am vy / 11 /IT tTj
//,! 727) Hr/17C/17, &a
AH of which 1 will soil elionn for nnwli
I am Blill Agent for tlio "EUIiE<?
lv/V" FERTILIZE It, ono of tho best
in tho market.
Prico payable in cotton at 15c. 1st
aw ? vuv.vv jjvi tun.
Prico payablo iu curronoy 1st Nov.,
?55.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash on dolivory,
$47.50 por ton.
Freight $0.00 por ton, to bo added
fn ll?w i\runt. mwl mnof ! ??
WW VIMU IUUOV KJ\J J'tllVl III
Last but not least, lot mo impross
it upon tlioso wlio aro duo mo on ae->
count for 1875, that I need the monoy
and MUST I1AVR SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at onco and favor mo as I
M. \V. FOllD.
EASLEY STATION, S. CFeb
17, 1 STi; 21 tf
EA5TAT0E PEABOSY SCHOOL,
A INK TIMES, S. C.
rnilK prcsant session of the above School
JL. opened .laimary <'5d, 1870, und will continue
therefrom the scholastic year.
Terms of tuition per session of ten months.
For Primary Department, $>4 00
For Intermediate Department, u 00
For Advanced Department, 7 60
Hoard in the best of families can lie had at
from five to seven dollars per mouth. No deduction
made for losi lime, except in case* of
protracted sickness. No student admitted
into llin Helirtiil n?/>nnl liu anl.uiiiiitilUH
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l''oi* furl Iter particulars, nildi-uss llic I'riu
oipal Nino Times.
J NO. O* WALLACE.
Jun 27, 1S7<> '21 Om
li o ok to V o u v Interest.
-1 AAA llAG5"EUKEKA" FERTILIZER.
JjVVV which is oifored 011 (lie following
Cash pricc 1st May, $47 50
Time price 1st November, $00 00
With the privilege of paying for it in Mid?
dling Cotton at lf> cents per pound.
Freight, $5 <50 per ton.
ckly & imo.,
Agents, Greenville, S. C.
Feb 10, 1876 23 lin
. . . .0. . . .
AHHIVRI) Aiitl ready for delivery, 100
barrels LI Ml!.
500 HAGS GUANO. For Bale by
K. E. IIOLCOMHE & SUN.
Eosloy, 8. C., Jnn. 27, 1870 21 if
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned liave opened a House in
llasloy, near their Livery .Stablo, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy mid heavy
uivwJujLVi, JJ u
Umlor (lie Firm, name nnd style of lilCIIEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices,
as they intend Helling strictly for cash. Give
tliem a call.
If. A. UICIIKY,
A. ?. WYATT.
Eusley, Nov '22, 1875 13 tf
1 I T. o.,,lU ?m.S,.ol <1..
Kstato of F. N. Oauvin, dcconsod, since
(ho 1st October, 18(10, at which lime ho inado
an assignment to (}. W. Rankin, will plcaso
present tho samo lo the undersigned or I. II.
Philpot, on or by tlie loth day of March,
next, properly proven, ytnd all persons indebted
to the fame will please come forward
and settle, or their notes and accounts will
bo placed in the hands of an ofticcr for collcot
Will I? r /I A T> VI VT
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i'cb 3, 1870 22 .j.
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you thai 1
Prove to all, that I have as good and cheap
lot of Confections as any to be found, and
A man who can beat tny Stook of Canned
Good*. Besides the above, I have puroha??d
a stove, and a nioo Lunch of Fresh Ovaters
Had (it any timo, provided I am not
Intcndnnt, in which oasc you might,
A rr n i
JL v CL 1 II,
Ilavo to go home hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no such missfortunc awaits mo, I
cordially invito all my hungry fricuds to give
me a call, am! I
VV i 1 1
Anneftso ilioif I*""""- ?'? ?- *
, , ...... ?..u6vi >mi ouui i nuiicc and fti
low figures, as my objeot ia to lire and lot
Those hard limes. l)ont forget lo call on J.
11. GLAZENER, who oan be found in the Post
Dec 2, 1875 M tf
?"N. I - liUKUKSS fc CO.
Oroonvtlle, S. C., Duu. 2:1, 17 4
Everybody who read the Sentjnki,
to know that
Hcndricko & Williams
llave, ami will keep on hand at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MELIC11ANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as the cheapest, consisting
in part oi'
BACON and LARI),
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OUUAlv AND UUl'l'tL'i,
FLOUR and MOLASSK*,
LE ATI I Hit and SALT,
.CI1EKSE and CRACKERS,
CANDY, FIS11, TOBACCO, &c.,?fcc.
Woolon and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ilats, Boots and Shoes. Best'
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
lteauy JVlado Ulotlnug at $5.00, and j
upwards, por suit.
Thanking their customers for post
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of tlio same, and ^ Jially invito
ALL who come to liasiey Station to
ui vo tlietn ii call.
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STATF OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
IN PROBATA COURT.
Andrew J Cothran Plaintiff, against. William
J Colliran, Joseph W Collirun, Hcnjnmin
P Cothran, Martha K Colliran, Eliza Cothran,
Mahftla Huttles, Mary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Juno Durham, Hcbocca McKincy,
Thompson W Tollcson, and all per
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any interest in the premises sought to be
partitioned in thi? notion, Defendants.
Copy of Summons.
Petition ami Complaint for Partition of Heal
To William J Cothran, .Joseph W Cotliran,
licnjamin F Cothran, Martha K Cothran, KlizaS
i uvuiiuu, iinimimn uuiiivs, juarjr I'uiison, ill tils
Mary Harris, .'ano Durban, llcbecoa McKincy,
Thompson W Tolleson, and all portions
or owners, having or claiming to havo any
interest in tlie promises sought to be partitioned
in this action, legal hciis, representatives
and assignees of Samuel W Cothran
deceased, who died intestate:
Vou aro hereby required to appoar at the
Court of l'robatc to be holdon at I'iokens
Court Ilonso on Friday tho 7th day of ylpril
nexittit 11 o'clock a. in., lor Pickens <!omilv.
(o sTWw cause, if any you can, why the Real
Rstato of Samuel W. Colli ran, deceased, described
in llio Petition ami Complaint of An-,
drow J.Oothran, liled in my ollicc, should
not ho divided or sold, nllotting to tho said
Andrew J. Cotjirnn, one undivided twentioth
of tlio whole, and to each of tho Defendants
abovo named, whatever portion of tho same,
.1 I II- 1.*. ??:.i--i < 1
niu^ iiiujr ir^itnjr uutiiivu 10 recoiyc.
(Jivcn unilcr my liand aiul seal of oflloc at
Pickens Court House, this the 20th day of
January A, L>. 1870.
I. II. 1MI1I.POT, j.r.p.o.
C, L. IIOLLINQ8WOUTH,
Jan 20,1870 ' 22 0
fitw AND i;riLi;rMv "
i positively cured. Tlio w?r$t cases, of long*
j est standing, i?y using Dr. Hebbard's Curej
A bottle scut free to nil addressing J. S. Uia.
I dlkk, Druggist, HI 1 5lli Vvo-, N. Y.
--1 Jl JU1X--I ... .
Al Ai MM A
WI1EN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, where you will find a
FRESH STOCK of
11 n v a n n n ?
U k\ k U U U U 0,
BOOTS, SHOES vfe HATS,
wiW,?Vyljr UIIU XlllfflllU,
A LOT OF GOOD
lob a cooos and S o g a r a.
In abort, n little of everything.
Call in, and if you dont see what you
Ask For It.
Oct 14, 1875
UrSTLEliEH'S FUlim 500SS,
cool's, SHOES, AND IIATS,
StJGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLKY & SON'S.
X T r~T\ T /?* T t
IN 1 lUli !
Wo have rooelrcd our
Fall and Winter Uoods,
a?,i - *_ ?.n ,i_ -a. i.? n
mm wr?j III null guuus nt tow UgllirB.
Wo have on hind two car loada of Salt and
Iwo ear londn of Bagging and Tiru, which
we propose to hII at Greenville prices.
Highest oash price paid for C>iton.
V/rnppiag Paper at WholecaU Prices.
no3if P.. 9L HOLCOMBK & SON.
milK FIRST SESSION of tho above School
I will btgin Monday, the day of January,
For terms, ctc., address the Principal
J. Q. .STOCKMAN,
Kasley, Station, S. ('.
Jan 6, 1^70 18 !ini
(t> i (\ a day Bt homo. Agents wanted. Out1.4)
fit aud tonus free. True & Co., Augusta,
A FARM OF YOUR OWN
fiPBW flMIHRW *** Nina I
kfkk fiidi A&MMI m JIAftU iiMfaS!
Be?t and Cheapest Railroad Land
ARK ON TRH UNR OF TUB
Union Pacific Kallroatf,
secure n, iiomo n^w. Full information sent
free to all parts of the world, /lddress (). F.
DAVIS, Laud Commissioner U. P. It. It.,
MINI) Rending, Paychomancy, Fascination,
Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, allowing how either sex may
fascinate and gain the love and affection of
any person they chooso instantly. 400 pages.
By mail 60 cents, Hunt & Co., 139 S. 7th St.,
m?pfpK 11 WfiER guaranteed to I
V'f'f Male and Female, in llicir locality.?
Uj I I Terms ami OUTFIT FREE, Address
T P. (). V1UKKRY & CO., Augu8(a, Mc<
$5 (o S20 per day nt home. Samples worth
?1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
Fits and Epilepsy
The worst casos of tho longest standing, by
using Dr. Hubbard's Cure.
V# l.?o *
UU.-I vurvu JlJIUIlKHliaM,
ami will give $1,000 for a ease it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to nil addressing
J. E. DIBHLK, Chemist, Ollicc: 1305 Broadway,
Ton years ago Messrs. Geo. 1'. BoweU &
Co. established their advertising agency iu
New York City. Five years ago they absorbed
the business conducted by Mr, John
Hooper, who was tho first to go into this
kind of enterprise. Now they havo tho satisfaction
of controlling the extensive and com?1?<
I'luiu uuwniBiug connccuon which lias ever
bocn secured, and ono wliioh would be liardly
possibloin any other country but this. They
have succeedcd in working down a complex
business into so thoroughly a Bysleniatic
method that no change in the newspaper system
of America can escapo notico, whilo lite
wildest information upou all topics intoresU
ing to advertisers is placed readily at the
disposal of the public.
NewYorhTinics, Juno 14,1875.
OrpAVA -nYTAn-nTT - ^ ?
oiunu rnuoiTjaAUti UU-,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
SLUIILB GUANO, (Available Hone Phosphate
of Lime, 18.55 per cent. Ammonia,
8.14 percent.) April 1st, $44; November 1st,
SAO. Ootton optional?Middlings at 15 cents.
ARID PHOSPHATE, (Available Bone
Phosphate of Lime. '22.88 per oent.) April
1st, ?28; November 1st, $30. Cotton optional.
tspcciai rates to Oranges on cash orders. I
For particulars, apply to
E. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.,
HACiOOD & ALEXANDER,
Pickens, S. C.
11. E. JIOLCOM13K,
Easloy, S. C.
\ J. W. LIVINGSTON,
Soneca City, S. C.
Jan 27, 1870 21 3m
OEO, WILLIAMS A < o\s
i the uk a j)ijey*s pa tdsv pkn tiT.ry.vo
THE rALMETTO SOLUBLE ACID
Have been used l>y (lie Planters of (lie South
for Ten (10) Years with matchleos success.
They sonrcoly need encomiums to recommend
their continued use. The standard of their
excellencies guaranteed, and their results
prove. 11RYONI) QUESTION that EYE It Y
PLANTER who is alive to HIS OWN 1NTKRESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER FERTILIZER.
IIAtiOOD & ALEXANDER,
Agents at Pickons, S. C.
1IUDUENS & HOLT,
Agonts at Esloy Station, 3. (J.
Jan 27, 1870 2l 3m
rilhOWKlt ami Vegetable Seeds are the bo."!
. I he world produces. The arc planted 1>y
.. ??.i ii... I. i
beautiful Flowers ami splendid Vegitables.
A Priced Catalogue sent free to all who enclose
the postage?a 2 cent stamp.
VICK'S Floral and Vegetable Gar<lcn is I lie
most beautiful of the kind in the -world. It
contains nearly IfiO pages, hundreds of tine
illustrations, aud four Chromo Plates of Flowers,
beautifully drawn and colored from nature.
l'rico 85 cents in paper covers: t>5 cts
bound in elegant cloth.
VICK'S Floral Ouido. This is a beautiful
tjuariuriy journal, imeiy illustrated, and cnnlaining
an elegant colored Frontispiece with
tho first number. Pricc only 25 cents for the
year. Tlio first number for 1870 just issued.
Address JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. V.
Jan 27, 187(1 '-'I 8
lOarlo, Wells Ar Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an ofilec at Pickens C.
II., S. ('., will attcmi promptly lo fill business
left with 0. W. Taylor who may l?c always
found nl their ollico at l'ickeits ('. II., S. ('.
OiiO of llio senior partners will always bo
present at lio Courts to assist with the busi
w k. tauf.k. )
((i. o. v:,i,:a / o. w. t.wi.oh,
1 t Greenville, <S'. C. l'ickcm, tf. C.
A No. 8 Stove
rilHB ''est ami handsomest No. 8 STOVE in
JL the market for $18.00, with 2f> pieces.
Ham boilor included, and not a Mutliu King
ov l'atly nntiinjj ili? nmnltcr. How in
that for low.
NEW A 1)VEKTISEMENTS.
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Liberty Station, A.L.LR.
KNTIRE IV KW NJTO?JK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOM TIIK
citizenn of Piokons County and
surrounding country, that I
have opened a now and
frosh stock of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
11AIID W A RE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS &KEROSEN OIL.
I have i\ow and will continually
keep on hand quantities ol BACON,
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I havo just received 400 sacks Flour;
>>rv K i_ _! ** <
-u uinn-ia in macKorei?oonsiating ot
whole barrels, half barrels and quarter
barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks Cofloo. All of which will bo
sold cheaper than in any other Country
Storo in Pickens. All who wish
( lw- _-l!- I- -
niu iiuuvu ai tiuics ai low prices, will
do will to call on mo, before purchase
1 want delivered at Liber ty 100U7HOO
Shingles; 10,000 bushels of Corn;
for both ol which the highost market
prices will bo paid.
S. M. 1IOLCOMBH.
Liborty Station, Doc. 7, 1876 ?If
NEW nil 1W KB
in ew trices:
HAVING FORMED A PAliTNBR.
SHIP IN Til 10 M Kilt! A NT IK
T 11 K
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
WK HAVE IN STOKK ANI) TO
arrive a larijo and wull selected
GROCERIES, 11ATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for a?lo not only
~1- 1-..* - 1 1
uuuap, uui cxircaioiy jow down IOC
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invite our friends
and Hie public in general to call And
examine our stock wlion the}' com? to
town, before purchasing olsowhers.
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BlvOWN & IIKN f) KICKS.
Nov 18, I s7;"? 12
fall m mm goods;
Your attention is most ukstkctftilly
culled to tliu largest mid decidedly
I he OIIKAl'KST Slock of (ioods Oint hnt?
overbed) exhibited in West Greenville; eonsi??inK
of DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, hc? eic.
Our prices are .so low that tio lioung thin
side of New York eriii under sell us.
We sell (Soods Hlriolly for CASH, which
enables us lo make I he above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand n largo lol of
noons, S.V.SI! and HI.TND8, til jnicca that
VIUI/ will l?VI ?l IUII.
Wo also kocp on liar.'l a large lo( of
celebrated GUANOF, IM.OVT STOCKS, to
wliioli wo invite your Attention.
Wo liuvo also connected to our Store, n
|!i l.nrgo WAUON YAH I*, wiilt a rrell of (Jootl
Wnlor, wliicli is I'roo iiikI Opkn lo All.
(11V A KKOTIIKK,
(ircciivillc : fVu?l?vr 1, 187"). noOtt