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Tifi Pintails SfifliitiR1
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t. f. SftUUT. Editor and Prorrietor, ;
SICKENS, S. C., OCT 14, 1875. J
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benefitted, will bear in mind that the
SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation,
nnd is taken by the very class of
pcrcons whose trade they desire.
Advertising Agents.
Tho following aro the only author
ized agents to receive advortisoments
lor this papor:
Goo. P. lSowoll & Co., 41 Paik Ilow
New York.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represented
by JUoswell T. Logan, Clinrlosa.
n r-*
von, o. u.
We will accopt cash in-advanco orders
from othor agoncice, at reasonable
rates.
Wo can gfrre no advortisomcnt pre!
renco in position.
To Our Patrons.
Wo nocd monoy. Can't yon holp
us? Wo think yon can and will, as
yonr cotton and othor products aro
now roady for markot. Some havo
not paid us a cont since tho establishment
of tho Sentinel. This is as
much our fault as theirs, for wo should
havo mado out thoir bills and prcsonU
ed them. Como up and lot us havo a
sottlomont, and if you can not pay
all, pay as much as you can. Wo
want to square up our books and
start out anew. Wo need monoy, and
trust v?o do not. mako this appeal in
vain.
Editorial ChangeMr.
Edward H. Williams has retired
from tho editorial management of
the Goorgotown Comot, and Mr. J.
Jenkins Hucks assumes control.
"Twinkle, twinklo littlo" Comet, and
may your tale never grow shorter.
New Paper.
We have recoived tho first minis
ber of "The Sun," a new paper, pub
liabed at Anderson C. II., S. O., by
R Edmund Belcher, editor and pro*
priotor, at $1.00 a year. Tho Sun
is democratic in politics, and makes
a very croditablo debnt in tho field
of journalism. May its light never
cease to shine.
~
Par ionedJames
Walker,convicted o 1 murder
at the March term, 1875, of tho Court
at Anderson, lias been pardonod by
the Governor. Lie is the colored man
who was in custody of U. S. Marshal,
Mitchell, at tho tiino that oflicor was
ambushed and kilted, in this C.unity,
and is known hero as Will Sutherland.
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Charleston Election
Tho municipal election in Charleston
resulted in tho re-election of
Mayor Cunningham, Republican, and
his entire tickot by 2,108 majority.
Gen. Wagner, tho conservative cans
didate, was defeated by tho courso of
the News ?& Courier, which supported
Cunningham. Jioth parties were divided
and the contest was conducted
on tho old issue of Mnckoy vs. Bowen.
The Charleston papers aie si ill qnnr
reling about it.
Tho question as to tho right of wo*
mon to voto under tho provision of
tho fourteenth amendment to tho constitution,
has hoon settled adversely to
tho claim by tho Supremo Court of
tho United Stntcs.
??
Mr. Jnck Gibson, ft citizen ol ihc '
lowor pnrt of tho county, was killed j I
notvr Oak way, in this county, last, <
woek, by liia horeo running off with j i
hiro. Uo was thrown from hit* horac
ao violontly that )iis whole faco was
litoraly mashed to piooes.?Kcowco 1
Courier. <
The Columbia Phoenix Lbs indeffn- I
**eljr suspended. <
r
" Our Policy."
Wo publish on nnothor pngo of this
s8uo, nn arlitlo from tho Winnsboro
Sows, headed "Our Policy," in which
t tnkos occasion to say, that on tho'
juostion of rosorganiziug tho Demo-,
natio party of thisStnto, tho Pickens
Sentinel "doclnrcs for warj' Isow,
whilo wo advocato a thorough organzution
of tho party, and a straight
ticket in tho next and all futuro oloo
Lions in tho Stato, and havo not yot
jeon sufficient roasona advanced in
opposition to this course to change
our opinion, wo aro not so obstinato
as to rofuso {(> co-opcrato with tho
party, should it chooso to pursuo a
different course; nor aro wo so egotistic
ns to bcHovc our opinion will have
muoh to do with tho futuro courso of
tho party. In tho discussion of this
question, wo noticothat thoro is not a
nomnnrftlin iinnnr in fslnln hul
what desires some kind of organization;
but some of them oppose a Do-,
moeratic organization. Wo ihould like
to bo informed how they pivposo to
organizo, unless it is as Democrats?
Do they propose to organizo as liepublicans'!'
If so, tho organization is
already completed, and they havo
nothing to do only to 6tcp in. But
this wo know they do not intend to
do, and wo arc anxious to know how
tho other organization is to bo effected,
and what its name is to bo. It is
already concoivcd, and as it has uo
gender, wo do not bco any improprU
ety in giving ?t n immo befovo its
birth. So lot us havo tho name. But
wo havo digressed. Wo started out in
tbis nrtielo to say that wo aro not
"for war," nor do wo advocato any
oxtrcmo measure whatover. We want
an organization so that the Democrats
throughout tho wholo Stato can meet
in convention, through th'oir chosen
( nnvAonntnl Svna nnil nniinr*SI frwrnflmt*
and if thoy should deem it unwise or
impolitic to run a straight ticket, let
tliom decido what courso wo shall talco
and not leavo it to the dictation of
some radical cliquo in tho State. Wo
beliovo thero aro enough honest 11 crt
I
publicans who would co-operate with
tho Democrats to carry tho elections,
provided tho .Democrats would only
define thou* courso in somo authoritative
way, so they might bo assured
that thero would bo no division among
them.
t
More Troubles in MississippiTho
whites and colorod hovo had
moro troublo in Mississippi. At Friar's
Point, tho negroes, several hundred
strong, marched on tho town,
but woro promptly repelled by the
whites, under tho command of Gon.
nimlmovu niwi IT ?>s niimilmi A
This time the negroes were the ag^
grossors, and mado the issuo one of
race, and not of politics. The whites
liavo acted purely on the defensive,
and havo dispersed the negroes with"
as litilo bloodshed as possible. Tho
troubles seems io havo omlcd, and
Senator Alcorn (Kepubliean) gives
his version of the affair in llio fok
lowinir telegram :
o D
Memphis, Oct. 8.
Tho latest from Friar's Point is to
tho effect tlint Chnlmors is driving
Poaso's force from Jonestown, and
lmd them nearly surrounded. Chalmers
is determined to capturo Pease.
This will end tho disturbance. Sheriff
Brown is still at Helena. JIo denies
l> n .. I n/>i t A.I t U A til At n n/l li n.i I /.1a
iltiV lii^ IIII IIUU liiv; I IUU illiU 1JUD LU1U"
graphed to Ames that ho would quiet
tho disturbance. Senator Alcorn lias
telegraphed to tho Attorney Gonornl
tho following:
Having road several incorrect and
sensational dispatches touching the
rccont raco troubles at Friar's Point,
I beg to assuro }'ou thoro neod be no
alarm for tho peace of this country.
several nunurou armeu nogroos, who
had been incited l>y an ill-tempered
cbicf, marclicd in our town, and were
rapidly repulsed by Lho whites, under
tho lead of the most prudent citizens,
who havo boon following tho armed
bands of'ncgroOB aiid dispersing them,
with as little violenco as possible,
and urging them to go homo. Tho
mob has been dispersed, and I think
will remain quiet. Thoro is no quos*
Lion of' polities in this cxoitcmcnt.?
Tho whiles to :i man arc for tho do*
fenso. Thoso i f I ho negroes who
iave boon misled aro fast being reJOncilod.
A community of planters
shuch as ours may bo relied upon for
kind treatment of tho laborers. Tho
whites have mado no demonstration
r>f hostility to tho negroes of this
county, but aro anxious to cultivate
the most friendly relations. My nnmo
iius been most ridiculously uuod in
conncction with tho matter, 1 truat
you will not givo credeneo to tho
shnro givon mo in tho affair by published
telegrams.
Kespoctfully,
J. L. Alcorn,
United Statos Sonator.
fop the pickens sentinel*
Salubrity, S. C., Oct. 5, 1875.
Mr. Editor: After returning my
sincoro thanks to you for kindness in
tho past, in laying boforo your many
readers, tho very happy rosults of
somo of tho protracted meetings in
which wo Imvo boon recently engaged
in this County, sinno reporting thom
to you, wo huvo hold sovoral days
protracted meotinga with tho Mt.
Pisgah Church, Anderson county.
Aftor tho first livo days, tho mooting
was ono of tho greatest Jntorost?a
largo attondanco, good order and deep
solieitudo manitosted gcnorally, for
tho prosperity of Zion, tho salvation
of sinners and tho glory of CJod. I
closed this mooting on tho 2d of Soptoinber,
administering tho Ordinanco
of Baptism to twonty-one candidates,
ai<a n n niliAnnn nniMvnir* fiiAivt
UV1V1 U It l?M ilUUIVIIUV J lllUS O IIUIII
14 to G5 years of age. Tho church
at this point abundantly rovived, and
many humble penitonts left, earnestly
inquiring: "what shall I do to bo
saved." Ma}' tho Lord lead thorn by
His unoring spirit and eonnsol to tho
fountain of living waters, and to his
natno be all tho glory through Christ
Jesus.
Brother EzcUicl Long labored with
mo effectually and successfully in this
mooting.
I commcnccd a protractcd mooting
with the Alt. Tabour Church, soino
two miles below Central Station, on
Friday boforo tho 3d Sunday in Scp^
tcmber. On Tuesday evening follows
ing, tho meeting was full of intcrost.
Appointed to meet Wednesday at 10
o'clock, a. m., for tho purposo of ad?ministoring
tho Ordinanco of Baptism,
but was tukon qu'to bick on Tuesday
n.,/l lAnll^.ul Tlift
41IJVJ IllllViU l?\/ IV vvV/IIUi X IIU Uii|/
tism was dcforrod, but my pulpit duly
filled by brethron Davis and Ariul, on
their way from Sandy Springs to tlio
Twelve JSlile Camp Meeting, Thoro
woro lour aeecssions to the church,
throo by baptism and one by restoration,
others professed conversion privately,
which ?s yet havo not connected
thomselvt's with tho church.
T. 11. Gary.
Foil Tllli IMC KENS SENTINEL.
Mr. ltd it or: On Saturday last, I
: had tho pleasure of allondiug a loinporance
pic nic at Hopewell Church,
seven miles from Anderson Court
House. The ollicers and members
j arranged liiomsoiveu in regular order,
i and the ottieers for the current quarter
woro publicl}' installed b}' tho
Doputy (jirand Worthy Patriarch.
Mr. Towers and tho Deputy Grand
Conductor, Mr. 13. B. Murray, both of
A nderso C. 1 T.n
Kloquont addresses, in tho cruiso of
I toinporanco wero thon dolivored by
Messrs. Ilamliu, Towers unci Murray,
after which un elegant repast was
served to the audience. Aftor refreshing
tho inner mar, wo had tho
?
pleasuro of listoning to a sonsiblo and
practical agricultural addross by Mr.
C'rayton, of Anderson <J. II., and a
vory eloquent address on tho subject
of "energy" by Dr. Brown, of Belton.
Aftor a short recess, tho Division
was opened for tlio regular ordor of
business, with fifty members, and
closed with sovonty-two, twenty-two
wore initiated during tho services.?
The services woro closed by u lively
addross, delivored by Mr. ErsUino,
vv 11 u kj i niu iiiviii i/ui n ui uuai j/ivimui),
Ilia whole dofliro was, over to wave
tlio banner of temperance.
T. J. R.
A telegram, dated August a, Oct
12ili, 6ays: Alexander II. Stephens
was taken ill Saturday?his siik
fering is reported to bo excruciating,
and hi* condition critical. IIo is af
| fecled with stone in tho bladder.
jiioumo election camc olt Tuesday
last, but wo do not know tho ro.
suit at this writing. Tho issue ia
financial, politics being left out, and
it in bard to surmise tho result.
Maj. Martin H. Dolaney, tho candidate
for Lieut. Governor, on tho
Grceno ticket, has been appointod,
Iw tlm Oiiverrinr. .1 Trial .TimfiVn
Wjird 3, Charleston.
The total population of Groonvillo
County is 32,706; whites, 20,213;
eolored, 12,493,
Stnto Sonntor Dublin Walker, of
Chostor, was found guilty in tho court
of Gcnoral Sossions of that county, of
conspiracy, to defraud, by issuing a
fraudulent school cortiflcatc. Elovou
colored mon woro on tho jury. It is
Bintod that Walker is tho leading
colorod proachor in liis soction, and
that six of tho jury thai found him
guilty woro communicants in his
church, and had actually roccivod tho
saorament from his hand on tho Suns
day boloro tho trial.
in r- t i j n .tt. t TT VT"il
Easloy Cotton Market,
Oct. 13, 1875.
Sales of tho week . . 125 bales.
Prioes . . . 12 to 12?c. per lb.
Tiiob. W. liuSSELL.
FALL S WHITER GOODS
AT
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
call tho attention of my friends and tho public
geuerally, to the large and well selected
Stock of Goods
I have now in store. My stock consists of
DRY, FANCY & DRESS GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARD WARE,
GROCERIES, &C.
All bought in person for '.his market, at prices
that can not bo out under.
Tho Ladies will find my DRESS and
FANCY GOODS, especially suited to their
wants, and Gentlemen in need of CLOTHING
nf ll.n litlnal ~M1 ? J
v,. w.u 1I..UOV oijivo n?ll OIIIU UlUUVjr uy 111spccting
my utoclc.
l$y strict attention to business, and with
fairness to all, I hope to continue to receive
the favors of the past.
M. W. FOKD.
Persons who are due (lie firm of FOUD &
MAULD1N on account, will please settle same
1st of ^November, n? tho business of the old
firm must bo closed.
M. W. FOUD.
Oct 14 7 tf
ADMINISTRATORS SALE.
BY order of 1. II. Piiiipoi, Judge of Probate,
for Pickenii County, 1 will sell to the
highest bidder, at Pickens C. If., S. 0., on
snledny in November next, (lie following
properly, belonging lo the Estate of J. M.
Mct'ull, deceased, to wit:
Ono BAY MA UK;
(>iic Cow ftinl Calf;
One Heifer;
One One-Horse Wngon and Harness.
TERMS?On u crodit of six months, witli
note and approved security, and interest al
the rate oi' inu por cent.
W. T. McFALL, Adm'r.
Oct 14 7 3
Thomas W. Russell,
F A LI j A NI) WIN T ER GOODS
j Al RUSSELL'S.
UoftHy Mado Clothing, ranging
from 85 to 845 a suit,
I At ltUSSELI/S.
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirting*
Fall Prints, etc. SI 25 a bunch foi
Yarn, and other thinga in proportion
At RUSSELL'S.
Good Lot o.t Grocoricfl on hand
iiuu 10 nrnvo. 11 you want, any tiling
or want to hco any tiling,
Call on RUSSELL.
It yon want Eliwan Disaolvod Jiont
for Wheat,
Call on RUSSELL.
II you want to find pc^ito and gantlonianly
clorkft, call on Mr. Itobinsoi
and John,
At RUSSELL'S.
Easloy Station, S. C., Sept. C, 1875
f i 1 fl 1 Ml M
Livery ana m basics.
Parlies desiring to hire conveyance tc
Pickens Court House, Table Rock and otliei
points, can be accommodated at my Stables,
at all hours of the day and night. Purchasers
can also he supplied with Good Stock
at rcasonablcprices.
fife#" Regular Mail Line to Pickcns Courthouse
daily. (Sundays excepted.)
UICilEY & TVYATT.
r.asley station, S. U., Aug, 3, 1M/6.
no10-1y
FITS AND KPILKI'MY
positively cured. Tho worst eases, of longest
standing, by umng Dr. Kebbard's CureA
bottle sent free to all addressing J, S. Did.
blkk, Druggist, 811 0th Ave., N. Y.
*
NEW ADVEUT1SBM ENTS.
T OOK 1 OUT l
? >0
NEW FIRM WIT1I NEW GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
1
Wo liiivo in oloro, niul nre now reooiving our
Inrgo and elegant stock of
FALL & Wim SIS'
consisting of all the latest styles and shades
AND
TRIMMINGS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING. &C.
Wo have nlso paid Special Attention to our
boot and shoe
Department, which we bought direct from the
Manufactories I Consequently can save our
customers the profit of THE MIDDLEMAN.
B&r Jxaniine our stock and bo convinced.
J AS. II. MORGAN k CO.
Greenville, S. C., Oct. 14, 1875 7 4*
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of the Augustn Markets ami Prices Current.
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Gugustn, Gn.
METROPOLITAN WORK S,
Can a i. St., from Sixth to SkVkntii,
RICHMOND, : : VIRGINIA.
ENGINES.
Portable and Stationary,
J Saw Mills, Grist Mills, lioilerv, Castings ol
lirass nnd Iron, l-'orgings, C<lc.
A fi C11 I TF.CT Uli .1 L K IRON WO UK,
In all its branches done by experienced handf
; IMPROVED PO U TA BL KNU tXh'S foi
driving ('oitoii Gins, Threshing Machines.
? Separators, Grist Mills, kc. A number oi
second-hand Engines and boilers of vuriout
putters, in first rate order, on hand,
| Repair work solicited att I promptly done.
WM. K. TANNER & CO.
' Oct 11, 7 ly
MANHOOD:
) HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED !
Just published, n new edition of Dr. Cui,vf.kwkki.'s
Cki.khuatki> Essay on the radical
cure ( m itliout medicine) of Spermatorrhea ot
. Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impoteney, Mental and Physical In
1 capacity, Impediments to Marriago, &c; also.
Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced bj
self indulgence or sexual extravAgance, &o.
WaHF l'rice in a Bealed onvelopo, only six
cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates, from n thirtj
years' successful practice, thai the alarming
consequence!! of self-abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicino or the application of t)^e knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at onco simple,
certain, and effectual, by moans of *Iileli
? every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
nnd rn.ilinn.llv.
"""V '
Tliis Lecture should bo in the handa ol
, every youth*an<l every man in the land.
Bent under seal, in plain envelopo, to anj
address, post paid, on receipt of six cents 01
two post stamps.
Address the Publisher*),
C1IAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York; l'ost Office Box, 4586
Oct 14 7 1y
Dnrlc, "Well* & Taylor,|
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
llnvincr established an office at IMn.ljona f1
II., iS </., will attend promptly (o all busincHH
loft with O. W. Taylor wlio may ho always
round at I heir oflico at Pickens C. II., 8. C.
Ono of Clio senior partners will always ba
prcKont at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. K. EAR I.E. 1
G. 0. WELLS, / 0. W. TAYLOR,
(lrc?nvillc, & C* l'ickcus, S. C.
V' " j
T
* ? ii"iiT^T?iMTmnfTW^"Tiri~r?i?I r?
NEW ADVEUTISEMBNT8.
A ' i
Member of .our firm ban just returned from
New York where ho purchased the largest stock
of Gehornl.Mcrchnndiso ever bronght to this
Market. A i
1 xrQ TIT T *-v V-* **\ 4" A
i^ivc i^icpiiaiH
Loose on (ho streets would not creato the ox*
citemc?t and wonder, flint our prices do.
Best prints at only ten cents, nnd other
goods at proportionate prices. Polite olerka
always in attendance, and ready to p1ao?
our goods
On Exhibition.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no Bales. Largo
Stock of Groceries, CoQ'ee, Sugar, Molasses, ^
Cheeso, ctc.,
At
Bottom Figures. Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes of every grade and prices. In faot,
anything needed by the farmer can bo had at
Hudgins & Bolt's.
Hcmcinbcr that this stand in in il?? M??AnS? ---
Ilall Building, fronting tho Hotel, just below ^ (
the Depot of
Easley Station.
Ensloy Station, October 0, 187o. Ctf #
PALL AND WINTER GOODS!
. m
Your attention is most respectfully
called to tho largest and decidedly
flic CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that Una
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; consating
Of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices aro 80 low that no Iiouse this
side of New York can under-sell us. >
We sell Goods strictlv for CASH- wliinl.
' %
enables us to make tlie above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOOllS, SAS1I and BLINDS, at prices that
defy competition.
We also keep on hand a large lot of tho?o
celebrated GllANOE 1'LOW STOCKS, to
which vre invite your nttentiou.
Wc liavo also connected to our Store, ?v
a T.nrgo WAGON YA1U), with a well of (looil
Water, which is Free and Open to All.
C!RIiY to UH.OTIIEU,
Orcenville S. C., October 1, 1B75. xotiif
Notice!
Courty Commissioner's OfGcc, )
l'iekcns Court House, S. C. ? ^
?r
The annual meeting of the lt?*rd of
County Commissioners of Pickens county,
will be lielil on TUESDAY, the second day of
November, 1875.
All persons who have any manner of claims
whatever against (he county made previous to,.* f
the flist of Noxember, 18t?4, and have not
registered the same in obedience to the Presentment
of the Grand Jury and the Order
of the Court thereon ; and nil persons holding
bills, accounts or demands of any kind against
tho county, which hate- not been before pre
senieu to ihc Uonnly Commisaioncrs nt special
meetings held since the first of November,
1874, nre required lo dedosit the same witU
the Clerk ot' iho Board on or before tho first
day of November next, on pain of being
forever thcrerl'ter barred.
Uy Order of the Board. *j[
0. I'. IIOLLlNdSWORTIf,
no(5 It C. B. C. C. P.C. f
r STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OK PICKENS.
Iii tho Probate Court.
, Mary A O'Dell, Administratrix, and J Perry
Eooper, administrator, l'laiiitifl'2.
VH
Margaret M I.ooper, James A O'Dell, Fredrick
CI O'Dell, Nnney L O'Dell, Julius P '
O'Dell, Lawrence 1'. O'Dell, A M Nenl,
Elias E Mauldin, Andrew O Wv*u?i?<i
Abncr Mullinnx, Defendants.
l$y virtue of an order in tlio aboro entitled
> ease, till persona holding claims against tlio
I estate of Calvin O'Dell, deceased, are hereby
notified that they aro required to prove them w
I with the dafo and rank of eaoli, before n.e on
or before the first day of December, 1875, or
, de forever thereafter debarred from all bene.
' fit or advantage under tho dccice to b? rendered
herein.
I. If. PHILPOT,
noG Gt Probate Judge. V
1 October 7, 1975.
i Estate Notice.
1 'Application will be made to I H Philpot,
1 Judge ofl'robate. on Monday, tho 8th day of
1 November, 1875, for lcavo to make a final
' settlement of the estates of Robert and Mar*
' lhn Hollingsworth, and to bo dismissed there*
. from as guardiau.
J B CLAYTON, ?
, noGlt Guardian,
W. K. HOLCOMBE. B. A. CHILD
llolcoiube a Child,
' attorneys at law.
WILL PRACTICE In Cirouil, Probate, and
Trail Justice Courts of this State. All
business entrusted to them will receive prompt
attention.
' Hcpt 19 8 ly
i y^HrrmasR Nvnni^, |
ATTOUKKY A N l> COl/NSKM.OIl AV I>AW,
GREENVILLE, S. U/
Practices in the Circuit ourt'.nd Court a
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