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LOCAL ITEMS.
Cotton is declining again.
There is to bo a horse raco at Pickeneville
on next Saturday. Ono there
last Saturday.
+
Sick.?Wo rogret to learn that
Mrs. Aicy JLJakoi's family, including
herself, two daughters and threo sons
are all prostrated with pnoumonia
fever.
Mr. Abner O'Dell has o r tlianks
for tbree of the finest sweet potatoes
we bave seen this year. Thoy weigh-1
ed over ten pour pg.
?
Messrs. Brown & Hendricks have
opened a new etore in this placo, in
tbe Masonic building.
We call attention to notice ot Win.
M. Fei gnson, in tli s issue, who offers
for sale a No. 1 yoke of oxcns, a got id
brood mare and one handled bushels
of corn.
Fire.?The rGsidonoo nf M r. T_ .T
Newton, on Dig Crow Creek, in this
County, was accidently consumed by
fire on tbo night of tho 3d instant.
Mr. Newton saved only three feather
bed 8.
Musicat, Convention.?Tho County
Musical Convention convenes at this
place on next Saturday. From presont
indications tlio representation from tho
different societies is going to bo <juito
eomplote and tlio convention made a
success.
School Exahinaiion.?The examination
of Bludciits uf tho Piekous
Higli School will ko place Friday,
November the 10th, which will clo e
the Fall Term of tho bchool of 1875
Pa' tons and the public generally are
invited to attend the examination.
-?
Mass Meeting.?Saturday next, is
the d;iy apppointcd for a mass meeting
of tbo taxpayers of this county to
take into consideration tho p?vpi-ioly
of lovoy ingn lax sufficient to pay o/t'the
past indebtedness of the county. This
It a matter of much importance and we
trust every one wilt lay ubido their
biminestt on that day and attend the
meoiincj. If there are any who do
notrtl^nd, they will have no oxeuso
IUr ^iiiiiiu'iii); uiiOut v(?C St'lO!! tukOH
by those who do.
Tuk Ve iturcr. ? A juiy is sup losed
to represent fairly the general intelligence
of tho community from which
it i* taken tho guilt or innocence of a
party, tho vnluo or woi thlcssncsa of
an avl'Olc is established by its vc?dU't.
A verdict has recently boon rendered
by a jury composed of tlio best men
taken i>om ovory country on ilio^lobe
the ovidence was dear nnd impartial,
and Uiousanda of' witnesses gave their
testimony. Tho trial was a lon^ one
occupying ton years and thojury have
at last brought in a verdict, which
was: "That Dn. Tutt'h Pills posses
grcator power over disease than any
medicine invented sirico tho lounda
non oi vno worm." it is pronou nccu
by nil a righteous verdict.
Why will You Pine Away?
Without A Parable?The demands for
Dr. J. Bradficlds Female Regulator ishejond
f precedent in tho annals of popular remedies.
Orders oomo in so thick and fust that the
Proprietor has. heretofore been unahla to till
them all. Hois happy so slate that, arrangements
aro now complete by which lie is prepared
to manufacture Female Regular on a
scale equal to the emergency, and the public
may feel assured that their wants may now be
supplied. Physicians of high repute arc using
this great remedy, in daily practice, all over
Oeorgla. Hereafter no woman need suffer
from suppressed, suspended or irregular menstruation.
This valuable medicine is prepared
by L. H, Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ha.,
and told at $1.50 per bottle by rcspeotablo
** druggest throughout Amorioa.
Hearty, Blooming Widow.
Mauiktta, Oft., March 9, 1870.
Dradfield $ Co.?Gentlemen Voti
wlU pleaao Bhip ub another supply of your
lQT*laable Frmai.b Kkoolator, nml forward
bill bv mail. Wo aro hnppy te state that this
remedy gives better Pjktisfttction than any artiolu
ne sell. We have been soiling it since
1868, and witnessed many remarkablo cures
b* It. Among others, there was a lady friend
of ours who was sallow and sickly until she
ifHD bTf cuvjr -via. jrciiio uni, niiuu dhu nun iiuir*
rled, Her husband lived two years and died.
Bhe continued in bad health ; in fact, she has
never been what a woman ought to be. A
few months After the death of hev husband,
she saw Your advertisement, and oamo to our
store And bought a bottle of your Regulator.
Oct 21 ft 4
?
Notice!
NOTICE !s hereby given, tlmt wo fbo undev*igue<l
Deacons of I ho Oolcnoy Hup
tlai Church of Chr si, In (ho Counl v of Pkk
ns And oinie or nouiii c?>vo'Mia, b.ivo thin
d*y applied to 8. D. Koilli, JBsri., Cteik of ilie
Court, for a Charier, incorporating ilio above
mentioned Church.
MATTHEW I1KND1UCK8,
JK8SH SIMMONS.
NNU, 1870 1J COdiya
#
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
IM EDDY COME!
TO
J
PICKENS C. II., 8. C.,
AND SEE WHAT
AND WHAT A QUANTITY OP
GOODS
E. H. GRIFFIN,
HAS RECEIVED AND IS 11ECEIV
ING.
1 pioposc to sell them chcapor than
any one.
I can suit any ono in all lines of
D II Y-G O ODS!
? hoc &:KI KS,.
Just returned from market. Don't
fail to call and wee. No trouble to
show Goods
(,\n !
X itilliuo IVM JM.Tl; jAHIUUil^U, 11 11 r J j
hope a coiuinuanco of tlio samo.
ItcspocU'ull)',
E. II. GRIFFIN.
Oct 28 9
LOOK! OUT !
0
NEW FIRM WIT IE NKW GOODS
AT CJItKATIiY IIKIHJCKD
PRICKS.
We hftTC in store, and arc now receiving our
largo anil elegant slock of
fall & wra goods
%
consisting: of all (lie lalcst styles and similes
of
AND
TRIMMINGS,
mmrni clqthiks, &C.
We have also paid Special Attention to our
BOOT AND S I 1OE
Department, which wo bought direct front the
Manufactories ! Consequently can save our
customers (lie profit of TUB MIDDLEMAN.
Jfteiy" Kxnmine our stock and bo convinced.
JVYO. Jl. ill VJ lilj A1N <X tjU.
Greenville, S.C.,Oc(. 14, 1876 7 4t
FIXAI- Hi TTLEMGNT,
NOTICE i? ho eby given that application
has becii made lo I. If. Philpot, Judge of
Probple, for leave to mnko a Final Settlement
of (he Ksiaio of Calvin O'Doll, dereaied, on
&>Umlay, the 11th day of December, 18i6,
MAIIY A. ODELL,
J. PERRY LOOPBR,
Admistrators.
Nov 11, 1876 II 4
NOTICE TO DEBTORS*
rnilOflB indebted to ?ho Rafale of Calvin
1 O'Dell. deceased. must conio forward and
make BoUlement. on or boforo tho 11th day of
December next, or their roles and accounts
will bo placed in ihc hands of an officer for
MARY O'DF.I.Tj,
J. PKllllY LOOP Ed,
Administrator*.
, Nov 11,1875 H 1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Prescription Free
for tho speedy cure of special troubles common
to to tho yonng and middled aged. Nervous,
mental and physical denression. l?v??
memory and energy, pains in tlio back, self
distrust, dizziness of sight, confusion of ideas,
and other disorders of tho nervous system
consequent on various habits that lower the
vitality of tho system. Any druggist has tho
ingredients. Address l)r. E. II. HILTON,
Cincinnati, O.
(H i Q a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit
and terms free. True & Co., Au*
gusta, Maine.
WANTlTT \ gentn for the best
, , - - . . - . m m * ncinng prize I'ROKages
in tho world. It contains 15 sheets of
paper, 16 Envelopes. Ooldeti Pen, Pent Holder,
Pencil, Patent Ya rdMeasure, and a piece
of Jewelry. Single packagc, with elegant
prize, post paid, i!6 cents. Circular free.
BRIDE & CO., 7G9 Uroadway, New York
fkliiyPElt WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
Male and Female, in their locality.?
?i | icrms auu UUTH't FtlEE. Address
1 P. O. VIOKEUY & CO., Augusta, Me.
lOlfi'AX MAKE |5,b6ft
In 9() days in A 1 Slot'ks,
My System is Safe, Honorable & Simple
Famphlct Sent Freo to All.
W. II. WEEKS, l?nnker. 178 Broadwav. Now
York. Stocks bought and sold at tho New
York Stock Exchange.
$5 to $'20 per clay at homo. Samples worth
?1 free. Stfnson & Co., Portlaud, Maine.
MIND Heading, l'sychonmncy, Fascination,
Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guiilo, showing how either sex may
fascinate and gain the lovo and affection of
any person they choose instantly. 100 pages.
Hy mail 50 cents. Hunt & Cn ma ? o*
Philadelphia. ' ' ''
Advertiser's Gazette.
A Journal of Information for
A J ...
zxuvurtisers .Edition 9,600
copies. Published weekly.?
Terms, $2 per annum, in advance.
FIVE SPECIMEN COriES (DIFFERENT
DATES) TO ONE ADDRESS FO t 25 OTS.
I Otlico No. 41 Park Jlow Now York.
l?eo. P, HOWI1LL ?fc J
EDITORS AND l'UDLtSHKHS.
Nov 4 10 4
TALL AND WINTER GOODS'!
X70UR ATTENTION IS MOST RESI'ECTjl
fully cixl'cd lo (lie largest anil deeidedly
the CHEAPEST Siock of Goods that hna
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; conbaling
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY
GROCERIES, etc., ctc.
Oar priccs arc so low that no house this
side o? New Vo-k can under-scll us.
\Yc sc'l Goods stricl'y for CASH, which
enah'es us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
nrv.-?i>o c< ion ? ?
i/vrv/uo, o joii ami ih.,i?n US, at prices that
lioiy competition.
We also keep on liar.il a large lot of lliosc
ce'eorft.ed C HAN OK PLOW STOCKS, to
wli'cb we invite your a.temion.
We Imvo also connectcd to our Store, a
a Lavgc WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, wliich is Free and Oi'kn to All.
CELY A KROTI1KR,
Greenville S. C., October 1, 1875. nofttf
JUarlc, WcIIh cV Taylor,
Attorneys nn(l Counsellors at Law
Having csinb'islied an oflicc at Pickona C.
II., S C., will aiicnil promptly to all business
1cit wiili (.!. W. Taylor who may be always
roil ul at ibeir oflicc at Pickena C. II., S. 0.
One o* t'oc senior partners will always be
|iiv.->uui ut inc uouris 10 tiMHist willi the busiuc
W. E. EA1U-R. 1
C. C. WKLLS. / C. W. TAYLOR,
Qvconvil'e, S. C. l'ickcns, S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
? Manufacturer ot?
Doors, SasHEs,
BLfliiSfflS. fiULfMU&nraift
? . ? imw WUJU4UW*
?Dea'or in?
BUILDEKS' HARDWARE,
Paints, Oils, &c,
?Sole Agent for?
The National Mi., ho Paint Co.
The Gubat American Fihe Extin4ui8iier
Co.
PAGE MACHINE DELTING CO.
o ?
d1ind folt l'kioks.
Ofllco and Wurerooms,
Nob. 20 & 22 liny lie nnd 38 and 35
Pincknoy Ste.
Factorv ntul YavHa aol.u.. tj:
? - ivvor,
West End Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C. 4-ly
THE WEEKLY SUH I column#, from now
to New Years, postl rmul, 00 eta. > t Address
| "Th? ?un," N. Y.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AT
McFALL'S,
WHEN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, whoro 3011 will find a
FRESH STOCK of
AA W H A A A ?
II kr U U U,
.NOTIONS,
BOOTS, SIIOE8 & HATS,
Groccrios,
Crockory and Tinware.
?ALSO?
A LOT OF GOOD
Tobaccos: and Segno,
In short, a little of everything.
Cull in, ftnd if you dent sco what yon
want,
t*
a 1 r -> t .
/\sk tor it.
Respectfully,
W.T. McFalt,.
Oct 14:, 1875
Thomas |W. RussbU,1131
PALL AND WINTER GOODS
At RUSSISLL'S.
Roady Mndo Clothing, ranging
from 85 to $15 * suit,
At RUSSELI/S.
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings,
Fall Prints, ctc. 81 25 a bunch for
Yarn, and other things in proportion,
At RTTSS RTjT i'S
Good Lot ot (irocorios on hand
and to art'ivo. If you want any tiling,
or want to see anything,
Call on IiUSSELL.
11 you want Etiwan Dissolved Lono
fox* Wheat,
Call on IIUSSELL.
If vou want to find polite and gentlemanly
ciorko, ctll on Mr. Robinson
and John,
At .RUSSELL'S.
ICasloy Station, S. ()., Sept. 0, 1875.
NOTTCRI
Wc liavo received our
Fall ami Winter (lioodg,
ami aro prepared to sell goods at low figures.
\Ye have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of Ragging and Ties, which
we propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
noSlf R. E. HOLCOMUE & SON.
fiival nkttlkmkxt,
Application win be made to i. n.
Pliilpot, Judge of Probate, for Pickoiih
County, on Saturday, the 20th day of
uoverauur noxt, tor loavo to niako a Final |
Betllomcnt of the Kslafeof Abraham Hurdine,
dcooased, and bo diHohargud hh Administrator
of Bftid Kfltate.
J. T. ANTHONY, Adm'r.
Ool 21, 1875 8 1
TO Pcr (,fty 1 Agents wanlcd.
tpcJ <4)/0U All classes of working pco?
juc, oi einicr ucx, young or old, mako more
money ftt work for us in (heir npnre rooinenlB,
or all the lime, than at anything elso*
i Particular* free. Address Q. 8TINSON & CO*
? Portland, Main*},
. \
flaw ADVERTISEMETUI'S.
Uy High School,
EAJSLEV STATION, N. C.
The exercises of tbls School wero opened
on Tuesday, Sept. 14th. Tuition per Scholastic
year :
Primary Department . . . $20
Intermediate Department . . 80 I
High School Department . '
Good board can bo secured in the village at
from $10 to $12 per month. For further
particulars, address Iho principal.
no 3 -it WM. S. MORRISON, A. B.
Gentlemen's
KM 1?<> 111IIHI OF FASHION,
Greenville, H? C,
The undersigned beg leuve to inform their
friends and iIia nuiiii" ??.n?n? *i--? ?
.... , ......jr, mill'. iney
intend opening on the 1st of Ootobor, 1875,
in one of the new iron front, buildings, second
door above the postoffice, one of 1 he largest
and most complete stook of HEADY MADE
(7LOTHINQ and GENTLEMEN'S FUKNISH1NO
GOODS ever brougnt to this market,
and as wc intend purchasing our entire stock
with the cash, will bo enabled to offer our
goods at very low pricen.
Call and sec us beforo purchasing elso
where, as it will be a nleasum fnr no ??
our goods.
McMAHAN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
? lm
NEW GOODS!
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING HOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ani) HATS, J
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
tt * n ^ ^
" n 1Y It IN hi S S ,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LAUD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
|
Wanted!
Everybody who read the Sentinel
to know that
Hendricks 6c Williams'
Have, and will keep on hand at
i?AorT?vr D'n ? 'HT/WT
JWlOJUlliX liUiN,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
eel 1 as chcap as tlio cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LAltl),
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUR and MOLASSI^,
I jE ATI IE It and SALT,
CI1 UKSE and CltACKEIiS,
CANDY, FISH,TOBACCO, &c.,&o.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Litest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Hats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yanJ
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronago, they solicit a continuance
of the samo, and cordially invite
ALL who come to ttasloy Station to
give them a call.
NOTICE.
I take this method of informing my friends
(lint I will ho found in my ofiico on each
SATURDAY, for Ihe purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel me to ho absent in different parts of
the county, 1 make this special appointment
C . ? i I. ~ ~ tf ~ 11 ? ?
tor tin? I'fiivuv ui an uuuocnifU.
U. A. BOW EN,
uo'25-ly Scool Commissioner
Absolut r divorces obtained
from Courts of different States for desertion,
Ac. No publicity required. No
I charge until divorce granted, Addrens,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
| 40 Gin 104 Broadway, N. Y. |
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?- fi?l
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ENGINES
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
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Repair work solicited and promptly don*.
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Oct 14, 7 1 jT
MANHOOD;
now lost, now restored /
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cul^
vkrwkel's Cklkuuatkd Essay ou the radical
cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or
Semiual Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
r.naaaa -
luouiui mm i-nysicai incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, &c; also.
Consumption, Epilepsy ami Fits, induced by
self indulgence or sexual extravagance, &c.
Price in a waled envelope, only six
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niedioine or the application of ine knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately.
?uu rauicauy.
Thia Lecture should be in (he hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in plain envelope, to any
address, post paid, on receipt of six ecnts or
two post stamps.
Address the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 llowery, New York; I'ost Office Box, 4586
Oct 14 ' 7 ly
AN OUTFIT TREE.
WK want sonic one in every county to
lake orders and deliver goods for (ho
old and original C. 0. 1). House. Large cash
wages. Splendid chance in every neighborhood
for Ihe right person of either sex, young
or old. Samples, free and post paid. Send
for it at once and make money at your hornets.
Address, II. J. IIALL & CO. #ti N. Howard
Street, ltalsimorc, .Vd
Oct 21, 1H76 8 8m
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