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8ix. Months : * * ? 75
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be made to occupy four or Ave squares, aa the
advertiser may wish, and is charged by the
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o make.
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and is taken by the very class of
persons whose trade they desire.
PICKENS C. II., S. C.
o
Thnradftj , October 21,1875.
Compromised.
A compromise botwoon tho Democratic
and Republican parties of Mississippi
has boon offocted, by -which
peace at tho polls, protection to ovcry
rotor and a fair election is to bo so?urod.
Greenville FairTho
Groonvillo Fair commoncca to
<jny, ana will continuo until Friday
evening. Tho Sentinel will havo an
Intelligent reportor on tho grounds
who Will lay bcforo our reudors next
week all tho prominont features of
the tfair. Wo hopo Pickens will bo
well represented.
44Com*.'*
Our County is attracting tho attention
of many of the good citizone
of the lowor counties of this Stato,
and many of them havo already
come up and cast their lots with us.
Tliey "are delighted and 6ay that no
considerations would induco them to
return. There is room for many
snore, sr.d wo say to thom "Come."
We want you to assist us iu building
1 *i.:_ j?' ?
%My puu uvuuuij iiijj IUIO WUIJUUriUI
section of country?unsurpassed by
any in America. A cordial welcome
by the sturdy Mountaineers ot this
6ection, awaits all good citizens from
any section, who are desirous of becoming?
identified with us. Again
we say "Come."
?
Tw?Ito MileBiver Baptist Association
Tbis Association convened at
. Cat bey'a Creek Church, in Transylva
nia County N. C., on ^Friday before
tbe 2nd Sunday in tbis month. The
jiuruuuciory sermon was prenclied
by Rev. W. B. Singleton, of this
County. Tbo Association was called
to order by Rev. Tboa. Loopor, former
Modoiator. Ti;o churches, com
posing the association, wero nonrly
all represented. Rev. W. B. Single
ton was elected Moderator and Ror.
T. W. Tolleson Clerk. After a three
days harmonious meeting, during
which time much business relating
to tho church was transacted, tho As
soctation adjourned, to meet at Secona
Church, one mile from thiu
place, on Friday before the 2nd Sun
day in October, 1870.
lion, Itobort Toombs mado a financial
speed) at Warronton, Georgia,
on iho 7tii instant, in which ho doclarod
emphatically for hard monoy.
Rov. J. C. Hiden. nastor of Um
> M ,MW
Grconvillo Baplist Church, has formally
assumed editorial management
of tho "Sunday Department" of tho
Grconvillo Dally Nows.
? ?
Tho election in Illinois was carricd
by tho Republicans, by their usual
majority. Nebraska has also boon
cnrriou oy that pnrty. 1
llov. Mr. Morton, a Jtaptiat minister I
of our county, soys tho Koowoo Cou- 1
ricr, died nonr Walhallft on Saturday <
night, tho Oth instant.
Mr. Morton was pastor of Kccona <
Baptist Chutch nonr thin placo for tho
Inst two yearn, nnd wn? held in very
high esteem by the members of the L
i?f\me.
?
Judge ltced iH holding Court at Andovson
thin week. I
II
oB> bcL iei^F] :
riad by thoPlopiibli^is, by a amall
mnjority. The only .question at Issue
ttttween tbe parties during the elect 1
tion was, hard money vs. groen back.
Hard money won, greonback in Hat ion
is now, in our opinion, entirely eliminated
from politics. The eyes ol
the whole country ere turned upoi*
Ohio in this election, and tho rosult,
neither n Democratic defeat nor a
Republican victory, lias settled the
financial policy of each party in the
coming Presidential election, and, as
C -.1 1- *1 ? - ? ?
iuu tnaniiuiHi |?iauK in iua piauurms 01
each party will be about the same J
tho lines will be drawn and the fight
made upon other issues. We append
the commonta of n few of the leading
journals of tho country on tho re9
nit.
NhW YORK AND KNOW NOTIIINQI8M.
New York and Know Nothingiem
havo carried Ohio. ' The might of
money has triumphed ovor the cans
es of tho pooplo. We labored and
hoped for a diilerent result, but wore
the disastor ten fold what it is, should
lose no jot or tittle of our faith in
tho principles that havo been thus
overslaughed.?St. Louis Times,
Dem.
B0TII PARTIES ON GOOD BEHAVIOR.
The downfall of tho inflationists in
Ohio will have an immediate and
far reaching influence for good. It
places both warticB on their orond V?a?.
Iiavior for tho Presidential contest ot
tbe Centennial year. Tho Republican
party received thoir warning last
Full. The Democrats have, in yestorday's
experience, a greatly needed
lesson that may be of much service
to them. Sinco tho triumph of the
arms of tho Republic, thero has been
nn iftflllA KnfiM'O tlw? Amnn'noii
equal in importance with tbat which
had been pending in tho Ohio cam*
paign, and no victory so momentous
and beneficent as that of yesterday.
Tho question oi finances inrolved the
public credit and tho national honor.
Tho dopendonco of tho inflationists
was upon ignorance, and their appeal
was to passion. Ohio givos her voicu
for honest money, and tho sacred
preservation, as among our pricoloes
possessions, of tho pledged faith of
tho peoplo. She gives her voico, too,
that the workingiuau's dollar shall
soon bo a gold dollar. Sho U a representative
State, and she will he
heard and potential throughout the
land.? Cincinnati.! f!i)mmni'cinl Turl
TKIMAKY CAUSE OF DEFEAT.
Tho primary causo tor tlicir defeat
?if defeated tlioy aro?lies in tho
fact that tlioy not only had to fight
tho Republican part)', but hud aciu
ally to contend against a considorablo
clement in their own organization,
who wcro as pronounced against
what they were pleased to designate
the "inflation heresy," as tho moat
advanced Republicans. Under ordinary
circumstances Ohio Democrats
would havo tho thorough syin
pathy and co operation of Democrats
mo whole country over. In the
proEcnt contest ono of the most important
ever known, ouibide Duiuucrats,
not few nor isolated, but by
tens ot thousands, wished and prayed
for tho defeat of their brethren in
Ohio.?Nashvillo American, Dem.
A NEW IFSCJfc.
The Democratic ticket was aeeailed
and tho platform noon which it' wn#
nominated bitterly opposed by the
organs of the socailed Democracy ol
New York. They urgently culled
upon tlie peoplo to beat our nominee*
and to elect our Republican opponents.
Tliat it bad some influence
on the result is beyond question.
Tl.41 t- - C r\
Auurv mo uiuiibiiiius ui oemocrats in
Ohio who formerly lived in Ne?v
York and who keep up a connection
with their old homes through the
medium of New York papers. YVq
thus lost very considerably through
this Eastern interference in our poli
I ina linf lliia wna imt oil Tl.^.
wealthy Democrats of Now York
contributed largo sums in behalf of
(laves and against the reelection of
Uovornor Allen. In tho meantime
ive had words of encouragement from
Republicans, such ae Wendell Phillips,
Win. D. Kelly, Benjamin F.
IJutlor, Peter Cooper and others,
litis indicated that we have now a
new issue which Is digued to radi
* i1 .. . iV'r i Tinn -iirlvrr
cally change the pormanent oi'gunization
of g> Arties. \$c nro but In the I
bogiiuiit^l ot a uew era of American
politics. We have inaugurated, and
only inaugurated, the fight of t|>e op
preesod masses, of tlio tax payers,
against tho privileged classes tbat
arc represented by National Banke,
gold bearing bonds and gold gain*
biers.?Cincinuatti Enquirer, Pern.
Tuk Ohio Election.-?Tho oloction
in Ohio has gone to tbo devil and radicalism,
and this last institution will
bo sharply revived. It is not any*
? L ! - ? A, - *' - * * *
nung 10 1110 oreait 01 tho liauicais
that it is so, as it is duo only to the
tolly of tho Domooraoy. Ilad tho
Deraooraoy tnado a squaro fight
against Republicanism,and its infamies
instoad of sotting up a howl for moro
curroncy, tho majority of last year
would no doubl havo boon largoly inoroaBod.
It will bo a dearly bought
victory to tho Radicals, wo hope, as it
will suggest to tho Domooraoy tho
?' ' f-?*
ui jnuDuutuig ? BUMU I run I,
in all luture oloctions boiwoon this
and tho Presidential oloction.?Grconvillo
Nowb.
Communications
Mr. Editor: As tho frionds of vocal
music in our County, proposo to ro*
vivo tho County Musical Convontion,
wo ask you to allow us a placo in
your vory valuable papor to explain
to all, tho plan or programmo prepared.
It is that all tho Irionds of
tho eauso moot at tho Court Uo\iso
on Friday, boforo tho second Sabbath
xt i -
in xiuvuuiuur, [iiua., in# iu o ciock, n.
m., for tho purj-oso of roviving tho
County Musical Convention, which
onco ox is ted and oporated in tho
county, but suspended when Its ap?.
pointmcnt was to conveno at tho
Court IIouso. Causo of suspenBiou,
vory inclomont woathor on tho ap*
pointed timo.
It is proposed that each singing
school, singing socioty;Sabbath school,
subordinate Graniro and church or
o
gunization in Lho county sonu IhroO
male and Ihrco female dclogatos with
a certificate of their appointment to
the convention: that all miniatora of
tho goHpcl ovory denomination,
proiessoiB, toachorB, and loaders in
music, S. S. Suporintondonts and
Mastors of Grangos be entitled to all
tho privileges of tho convention.
Thoro is nothing so charming, so
delightful and enchanting to tho car
of rvan as music, sweet delightful mti
wic. Let ua
PrnlBcOoil from whom nil blessings flow.
Praise him fill creatines here below.
How? by singing hispraiao with the
spirit ami with tho understanding,
which ie one of tho delightful pnrtsof
worship. Prof. T. \V. Tolleson id
respectfully requostod to deliver an
introductory addrosB at 10:5J0 n. in.
Will ho plcaso take hoed and govorn
himself accordingly, and greatly
oblige many frionds.
Come all who love to sing God's pme,
Who hope to sing in endless daye,
And let us join in this convention,
To revive it from suapeuaion.
Each organization sending dole
A III - 1 ? A -.?
gmun, win [iiuuHu buiiu up a con ir i uu->
iion to dftfrnv tho expense of printing
our minutes. Respectfully,
W. G. Field,
Former Secrotary.
PlCKENSVILLK, Oct. 15tll, 1875.
Mr. Editor: At a meoting of tho
citizons of thin and surrounding country.
lor tho nurDOSO of orcranizinf* n
V I I ------ 0 O "
Subordinate Gran go at this placo,
thirty?six mombors woro onrollod,
when Doputy Lccturor J Porry Glonn
procoodcd to nn organization, with
the following oAlcorn olcct:
T. W. Kussbll, Mantor;
Ijaiian Maui,din, Ovornocr;
E. A. Russell, Looturor;
J. B. Gbiitin, Stowart;
(i w a!/'pr a m a n ? ? a o* .
v*. ff . ixoi. uiuwiutj
Jlev. Jacob Pickle, Chaplain;
Stephen 13. Watson, Trcasuror;
Dr. L. C. Neal, Socrotary;
J. II. C. Durham, Gato Keopor;
Mr*. N. A. Kuhhbix, Ct>r?v;
Miss S, A. Oath, Pomona;
Mi9? Alice T. MoKinney, Flora;
Mrs. Ij. C. Meal, Lady Attestant
Stewart.
After which tho following rosolut
licDn woro unanimously adopted :
Resolved, '1 hat this Grango bo
known and roeognizod as JL'ickonsvillo
Grango, No. ?
licsolvcd, That tho Pickkns Sentinel
ho rcquoatod to publish tho pro-,
cccdin^s of this mooting.
\j. C. Neal? Soc'ry.
i>lit?? I H i ^ tMBfc??*
J/r. BHitnr: PUwiaBVivn ?1I1 hlflfi.tr !
to iho^jowiiig annWncomont; 3?ho
Piokons Circuit Will bo hold $4 l)a$UBflljfGhnr^),
^ybrJH[g thj^th
dny in Ootobor. I mnko this announcement,
bcoauso eorao aro under
mo impression that it ombrncos the I
4th Sunday. Fraternally,
J JLLT >
Cotton Burned.?Wo loarn, says
tho Groonvillo Kowr. From r?l!tihln in.
formation, that on Tuosday, a train (
on the Air Lino Railroad, freighted
with cotton shipped from Central, I
caught firo botwocn this place and
Spartanburg, and one hundred and
two bales woro totally consumed. i
'
Chattanooga, Oct. 14.?Tho two 1
nogroos who killed Sam. Garner, of
Murray county, Goorgia, a fow days
ago, woro takon irom tho guard at
Spring Placo by a party of disguised
mon last night and hung.
Tho matter in issuo between Mr.
iir rt n j ^ *
nr. 11. vjaruuor, ox rro^surer, ana
Sumter County was referred by
agreement a few days ago to three
citizens?Messrs. J. 13. Koacli, A.
White and Lienry W. Gardner?to
determine upon, with tho understand
ing their finding should be accepted
as final. They rendered a veidict on
If ?
monany against mo ex irea6uror lor
$5,7(0 and interest for monoys unlawfully
paid himself upon vouchors
put into.hia hands as cash.
Gold in New York on tho 13tit inst
was quotod 10f
HYUHIfel,.
MAURIKH nn tl.? ia?K k.. t?-_ t
Q. Stockman, Mb. F. A. LEW18, of Seneca
City, 8. C., to Miss MATTIE M. EKWIN, of
Drerard, N. C.
On tho 7th instant by tho same, at tho residcnco
of the bride's father, Mr. Larkin
Hroim, Mr JAMES CLAYTON and Miss
CHAKLOTTE HUGHES?both of l'ickcns
County.
fllV f flWWMIII - MMM
rfthh & vvijw 1 till truuu^
> W II III !
AT
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
AaII f It a aMantiAU /vf ..w. -^.1 11. _ ,
vw.. V.IV rnivuvivu wi ?jr iia'UUO UI1U 1119 pUO*
lie generally, to the large And well selected
Stock of Goods
I Lave now in store. My Block consists of
DR V, FANCY & DRESS GOODS,
IIA TS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE,
GJiOCEIiJES, &a
All bought in person for this market, At prices
that can not he out under.
The Ladies Trill find my DRESS and
FANCY GOODS, especially suitod to their
wants, and Gentlemen in need of CLOTHING
of the latest styles will Bare money hy inspecting
my stock.
oiiibk imcuiiou 10 uuBineas, anu wuit
fairnees to nil, I hope to oontinuo to receive
the favors of the past.
M. W. FOICD.
Persons who are due the firm of FOUD &
MAULDIN on account, will pleaHC settle same
1st of November, a> the business of the old
firm mnwf Kn nlao<>^
M. W. FORD.
Oct 14 7 tf
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
BY order of I. II. riiilpoi, Judge of Probate,
for IMcken* County, I will Bell lo Hie
liiirhl>at liiclilnl*. ftt. f! II H ''
saleday in November next, the following
properly, belonging to the Estate of J. M.
McFall, deceased, to wit:
One HAY MAKE;
One Cow and Calf;
One Heifer;
One Ono-Horse Wagon and Harness.
TERMS?On a credit of six months, with
note and approved security, and interest at
tho rate of ten per oent.
W. T. McFALL, Adro'r.
Oct 14 7 3
DISSOLUTION
"^TOTICK Is hereby given, Hint (ho CopartXN
nership heretofore existing between O.
II. C. SMITH A CO.,a?Cigar Manufacture ,
is thin day (Unsolved, by mutual consent. Tlio
business will be continued by Mr. II. PEC IN
NKlt.
0. II. C. SMITH A CO.
Oct 21, 1875 8 8
AI< HKTIl>t;J1JKHTT.
Application win be made to i. 11.
Philpot, Judge of Probate, for I'ick- I
enn County, on Saturday, llie '20th day of !
November next, for lonve to make ft Final
Settlement of the Halite of Abraham liurdine, ]
deceased, and bo discharged an Administrator i
of said Kstate.
J. T. ANTHONY, Adm'r. 1
09121, 1875 8 \ ,
1
/ W BPVJpT?!M5NT& rt
NEW FIRM WITH NEW GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
5 i 3
We have lu store, and arc now receiving our
larga and elegant stock of
FALL & WIIT5R MOBS
consisting of nil the latest styles And shades
of
AND
TRIMMINGS,
LEAK-MADE CLOTHING, &C.
We liftvo ftlso pnid Special Attention to our
I3UUT AJND SHOE
Department, which wc bought ilircct from the
Manufactories ! Consequently oan save our
customers (he profit of T1IK MIDDLEMAN.
SOT E xamine our stock and bo convinced. I
J AS. II. MORGAN k CO.
Greenville, 8. C., Oct. 14, 1875 7 41
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Oct 14, 7 ly
MANHOOD:
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Just published, a new edition of Dr. C'ui.-.
verwkkl's Cklkiiuatkd Essay on tlic radical
euro (nltliout modioinc) of .Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impotcncy, Moutal and Physical InCRpnoity,
Impediments to Marriage, &o; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy and Pits, induced by
self indulgence or sexual extravagance, &o.
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The celebrated author, in tliis admirable
r.?uo? ? -? - . < -
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consequcnccii of self-nhiiso may bo radically
cured witlioul tho dangerous use of internal
medicine or Iho application of tko knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at onco simple,
certain, and offuctual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
and radically.
This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
a ? 1 - - ? *
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address, post paid, on receipt of six cents or
tWO POSt RlflllipH,
Address the Publishers,
C1IAS. J. C. KLINK & CO.,
127 lJowery, New York; Post Officc Ilex, 4580
Oct 14 7 ly
Karlc, WcIIn A Taylor,
Attorneys end Counsellors at Law
Having established an oflico at l'ickens C.
II., ?S C., will attend promptly to all business
loft with (1. W. Taylor who may bo always
Found at their office lit Pickens C. II., 8. (J.
One of tlio senior partners will always bo
present al the Co'irts to assist with (he business.
W. F,. HAIlf.K, \
0. G. WELLS, / 0. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. C. l'ickcus, 8. C.
*
Member <>f our fahfl lias ju? returned from
NowjBork vjnre In; purchased IB largest stock
of flmoral wrerchnntfinn p??f Wnnni.t <? ??.:?
- V. M> V"5"V 1W
Market. A
Live Elephant A
Loose on tho streets would not cre^e (be e*^
citemcnt and wonder, that ortir prices dj>. J
Best prints at only ten 'ccntt, and' otner
goods ot proportionate prices. Polite olerbt
alwftjB in, attendance, nnd ready to pl&ce
our goods
On Exhibition.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no salw. L*rg? _
Stock of Groceries, Codec, Sugar, Molasaof^
Chceso, eto.,
At
Hotlom Figure?. Ilats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes 6f evcVy grad6 and priccs. In fact,
anything needed by the farmer can bo had at
x jl uu^jliis 0? 1501t Si
Bomcmbor that this stntul is In thcMnsonia >^
llftll liuilding, fronting clio IFotol, just below
the Depot of
Easley Station.
Ensley Slnlion, Oclobcr G, 187u. Ctf t
1875. 1875*
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
YOUIl ATTENTION IS MOST RESPECTfully
called (o (lie largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Slock of Goods (bat has
ever been exhibited in West Greenville; ctmsisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices nre bo low that no house this
side of New York can undcr-sell us. "
Wo eell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to ninko tlic above declaration.
Wc keep constantly on hand a largo lot of
DOOIIS, RASH and BLINDS, at prices that
defy competition.
Wc also keep on liar.d a large lot of thof?
celebrated GUANOK PLOW STnrirs
vrhioh ytc invitft your attention. ^
\Yo Imva also connected to ouf Store, ?
ft t.nrco wafiov vauf) will, ? GCO'*
Water, which is Free and Opk.n to All.
C KLY ?fc IIUOTIIGB.
Greenville .S. C., October 1, 1875. MoCtf
Notice !
C'ourly Commissioner's Office, ^
1'ickens Court House, ri. C. >
The annual meeting of (lie Hoard of
<1 "
uuuiiry commissioners of Pick?ns county,
will be held on TUESDAY, the second day of
November, 187o.
All persons who luivc any manner of claims
whatever against I ho county made previous lot
the fn'Bt of November, lHii4, and havo not
registered the same in obedience to iho Presentment
of Iho Grand Jury and tho Order
of die Court thcroou ; and nil persons holding
bills, nccounts or demands of any kind nguinst
tho county, which have not been before prs
ovuiuu iu mo lyQtmiy uonunissionnrH at special
iiiiieiiiign held Miticu iiiu iiral of November,
1874, nro required to dedosit the same with
(he Clerk of the Board on or before (the first
day of November next, on paiu of being
forever lliererfier barred.
lly Urdef of tho Board.
C. L. UOIjLINOHWOHTH.
nofl it C. B. C. C. I*, C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OV riCKK.NS.
T.v !.- ti * ?
j11 inu i rouiuc uourt.
Mary A O'Dell, Administratrix, and J Ferry
Hooper, administrator, Plaintiffs.
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Margaret M Looper, James A O'Dell, Fred- ,
rick CI O'Dell, Noncy L O'Dell, Julius P
O'Dell, Lawrence 1'. O'Dell, A M Ne*l,
Elias K Mauldin, Andrew 0 Wyatt and
Abner Mullinax, Defendants.
Hy virtue of an order in Hie above entitled
ease, nil persons holding claims against tho
cstnto of Calvin O'Dell, deceased, are hereby
notified that they are required to nrove them
wiiii 1110 tlale and rank of each, before me on
or before Hie first day of Decotnber, 1875, or
de forever thereafter debarred from all benefit
or advantage under (lie dccico to be rendered
herein.
i. ii. niiLroT,
noO Ot Trobale Judge.
October 7, 1075. ^
Estate Notice.
Application will be mado to I H Pliilpot,
Judge of Probate, on Monday, tlio 8lh day of
November, 1875, for leave to mnke a final
settlement of the estate* of Hobert and Mar?
tha llollingHworlli, and to be diHmiesed therefrom
us guardian.
J B CLAYTON,
noC 4t Guardian.
W. K. HOLCOMBE. R. A. CHILD
A TT011NE YS A T LA IV.
WILL PRACTICE in Circuit, Probate, and
Trail Justice Courts of this 8tate. All
business entrusted to them -will receive prompt
Attention.
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ATTORNKV ANIICOUNflKI.I,OH AT i,AW.
GREENVILLE, S. 0.'
1)1 ncliccs in flic Circuit cult nnd Court o
l'robntc for I/ickcus ounty.
May 10 1- Cuj

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