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lOCAL "ITEMS.
There will bo preaching hereafter
at Griffin church on the second Sunday,
instead of tho first.
The plan of Pickens Mission for
1876. will be as follows:
Mt. Bet hoi, tlio 1st Sunday in cncli
month at 11 o'clock A. M.; Porntts
Chapel, let Sunday in each month,
at 8 o'clock P. M.; Twolvo Mile, 2nd
Sunday in each month, at 10| o'clock,
A. M.; Hopewell, 2nd Sunday in cach
month at 3 o'clock. P. M.t Porter's
Chapel, 3d Sunday in oach mcnth at
11 o'clock, A. M.; Glt).68oy Mountain
3d Sunday in oach month at 3 o'clock
P. M.; Snlom, 4th Sunday in oach
month at 11 o'clock A. M.
Mr. E. 11. Grifiin, whoso hand had
been torn in iiis gin on tho 23d nit.,
and whose arm was subsequently am
putated, died on tho 3d inst., His
death lias cast a deep melancholy
over, not only hid immediate friends
and relatives, but tho entire community,
becauso of the many and peculiar
circumstances attending his
death. lie has lett a wife and three
vnimrr nnrl Infnpnistinf* r> li i 1i1 mm nii/1
JVH-g ??U V,.., 1II1VI
a largo circlo of rolatives ar.d frionda
to inonrn bis sad and untimely on<l
Wo extend our lioartfolt sympathies
to liis family in their ead boreavcmcnt.
Ilis romaitis woro consigned
to tlicir last resting placo in the 11a.
good burying ground, with Masonic
iionors
Sale day was well attended, and
tho Sheriff disp* scd of tlio Madden
lands in six separate parcels, (aa i'ol
lows: 97 acres for $755; 90 for $103 ;
00 for $75G; 103 for $100; 13S for
$530; 88 for $'290?abrogating 012
for $3,755, or $0.13 per acre. This
is cheap, when wo corjidor the mei
Hint the Air Lino llailrond runs
through it. Tho Sheriff, h nvevor,
old 6G9 acrcs, lying near tho North
Carolina lino, mountain lands, for
$60 only. Railroads, wo soo, etihonct.*
greatly the value of lands, as is shown
by tho above^salos. Who would wil
lingly bo without a railroad i
Thn bjiIo ftf til a i'lViu'fr <. f T
li?Field, decased, took place on th?
2nd inst. It was largely attended
and property, wo thought, mid well
Corn brought 9') conte; killing hogs
10 cents. Those high prices must br
Accounted tor because of the long
V ?: .J 1 ?i i
iiiiio kiyum aim iiul oucuuso (>i hie
scarcity of cither. Tlio Doctor had
accumulated aroi nd him, u poodI \
amount of this wt rld's poods. J J is
library was not only extensive for a
country gentleman, but consisted t I
a largo and valuable select ion ol
books. It is said to have cost $}j,0U0.
A Jjodgo ot tho Indopondant Ordor !
X - of Good Templars was organized at i
this place on tho Grh inet. Tho fols
lowing officers havo boon elected anti
installed for tho ensuing quarter:
Mr. fi W Tuvlor w n T
Miss Mattio Lualoy, li. II. S
Miss Raolicl Tluirnley, L. II. S.
Mr. W. II. Hugh, s, W. V. T.
Mr. B. F. Lceloy, W. T.
Mr. E. L.TI.ornley, W. S.
# Af c..n:~ t\ 1 ? \\r a a
jjjlido kjauiv; \) >> A. O.
Mr. S. II. Brown, W. F. S.
Rev. G. W. Singloton, \V. Chip.
Mr. A. S. Lesley, W M.
Mr. J. O. MmbV W T) ^r
Mr. J. Frank Muxcy, W. I. (i.
Mr. J. G. Corbin, W. O. (J.
Mr. E. B. O'Neal, L\ W. 0. T.
Mr. A. M. Folgcr, L. D.
The Carkeu of Andiikw Johnson.
?This Btatosman niul patriot has pasaod
away, but hie doods will livo alter
him. What a oommontary is hi.s famo |
on tho advantages of an American
citizen ? Unlottorod and unaided,
relying upon himsolf, ho advancod stop
r toy stop from tho lowest station in lifo
to tho highest ollico in tho gift of tho
Amorican pooplo. All this was accomplished
hv un<iivni?iMr>r*
* ~J ..? ....ft
dauntless courngo, and porsovoring reeoaroh.
By tho oxerciso of thcso
principles, it is in tho powor of any
poor and friondloss boy 10 attain tho
samo grand rosult, Tho ssuno success
is attainablo in tho cominorcinl world
as in tho political, as it is proven in
. , tKn noon r\f T*i? M'..?- " ?
v wna v VMUV VI J^IV. .1- u IT h otandarl)
. .Pkkpahationb. Ho, conscioiiHol ilioif
value, lahorod pationtly, and to day
no modicino Ims tnkon ho firm a hold
on tho public estimation as his Livor
Thoy stand on tho topmost
round of tho healing ladder.
To Druggists, Hardware and General
MerchantsI
I carry in stock from 1,000 to 3,000
I Imvnt, 1 ?I / !-- * -
yjl IVIIIUUW glilBS, ^VIIU IlU'JJUai/
stock iii tho South,)ombracing all eizos,
from 4 x G to 40 x GO in singlo or
doiiblo thick and polishod pinto.?
Standard brands of French and American
mado. Stained, Cut, Ground,
Enamolod, and Church Glass. Putty
hy tho bluddor or ton. Glaziors'
Points, Knives, Diamonds, ko.
Ahovo aro imported direct from tho
factories and I guaranteo bottom
hl'i^AQ ? A??n
.vv?j. > j \j 11V4 UHV/OU IJUUtUUIVIIO.
Truly yours,
P. P. To An k, Clmrloston, S. C.
Would you liavo Rosy Cheeks ?
Kxpkriknck or A Young Woman.?A coiin-*
try girl, young, pretty and happy, her stop
wns elastic and I lie rosea of health bloomed
upon her chcck. Ono April morn alio was
overtaken by a "spring shower," and caught
a cold.
It was her "particular time," and suprcssion
was the result. At tho next "period" nature
refused to net. She became sallow, swollen
fiml suffered intensely with pain in the buck
and "lower stomach," palpitations, dfliculty
of breathing, indigestion and headache. Doctors
failed to palliate her distressed condition,
and she longed for death as the only hope of
relief. At tho instance of a friend, who herself
experience its benefits, she was induced
to try Dr. J. Iiradlield's Female Regulator.
One bottle cured her. Slio was again the
happy girl she was that April morning before
tho shower. The Female Regulator is prepared
by L II. liradficld, Druggist, Atlanta,
Qa., at $1.50 per bottle and kept by nil respectable
drug men throughout the land.
atlanta, Aa,, March 12, 1870.?I have
examined the refcipo of Hradficld'6 Female
Regulator, and from my knowledge of (ho ingredients,
believe it a most excellent tncdicinc
ami well suited to that class of diseases designated.
1 have no hesitation in advising its
use, and confidently reccommend it to the
public* Joel Huaniiam, M. I). ;
Deo. 2, 11 'It. j
Mm Pealody School.
2V i lie Times. 8. .
rplFR Kxcrciscs of this School will ojjuii on
1. Ilio 5M iliiy of Jimuary ncxl. Session 10
months. J'u lion per Scholar for Ilio lorm:
Primary Department - $1.00
Intermediate Department, 5.00
High Scliool Dopnrtment, 7.50
l'or further particulars, address the Principal
at Nine Times, S. C.
J NO. O. WALLACE.
Dcc 2, 1875 14 S
Notice.
^ LL persons in<leblo<l to ino will please
m_ aim ociiic, ns i must nave
Money. All that <lo not Settle, 1 will he
Compelled to place their Accounts in the
hands of an attorney for collection.
, W. II. AS11MORK.
Poo 2, 1876 14 3
MB2':irF\S giLK.
STATE OK SOUTH CAROLINA.
CoUNTV OK I'lOKKNS.
IY virtue of ilio execution in tlie nliove
) staled cusn, I will sell, before the Court
llnn?i? in l>i..L-..t.u !.? LMlJO-n
MONDAY in January next, Ihe following
properly, viz:
One Tract of Land containing 100 acres
more or less, situate in Pickett* County, 011
waters of Oolden's Crock, adjoining lands of
Joab Mauldin, Juab llradly unit others; levied
mi us I lie property of .lames McCollutn, at
I lie suit of Win. S. Williams, .Sr.
One Tract of Land cantaing 8 acres more
or less, situate in I'ickens County, on waters
of Nice's Creek, adjoining lands of Hardy
(iilstrap, .7. J. Hunt and others; levied on as
the property of Mary A. Uilstrap, at the suit
of Uoh't A. Thompson, ns Admiristrator of
Klias Gilstrap.
TERMS CASH?Purchasers to p?y extra
for papers.
J. RILEY FERGUSON, s.p.o
Dec 0, 1875 15 8
PfHjMCK
COL, AS BURY COWARD^
IVmeitml.
AlUILcorps of auloProfooporp. _>
Conmlylo ouuit o? j\rmj. ojmratu.i (rtp. fop tliiimajIU
jnitmai ijmi jmynuNiL iruinnrrf, xwuuuii jiouxi i<jr_
j*'OltlifVili\OBrtiiTnl pivint'solnfl railroad nitd
IlictlilJkw. Uir liWiutiil I ubifrgv flgptytu
1875 - IS75.
fall m mm goods !
YOU It NTT F. NT I ON IH MOST RKSl'HCTfully
1' illf 1 lo (lie largest. and dceidedly
tin; *'111'.AI'KiST Slock of (looils tlml lias
ever lioon exhibited in Went Greenville ; consisting
Of dry goods, boots, shoes,
hats, hardware, crockery,
groceries, etc., etc.
Our prices ure so low that no lion bo lliis
side of Now York can nndcv-seil uh.
>vo scii uoou.s ???viOlly lor r\tsu, which
enables 11 h to niako iho above declaration.
Wc keep constantly on Ii.iikI a largo lot of
V>OOHH, 8A.Mll ami llLINDS, at prices that
defy competition.
Wo also keep on linr.d a large lot of tlioco
celebrated GUANOII PLOW STOCKS, to
wliicli we invito your litlenliot).
Wo liavo alao coMiicclod lo our Store, n
a T<nrgo WAGON YARD, with h well of Gooil
Wfttor, wliioli in I'roo ftntl Qi-kn lo Ai.l.
CKIVY ?v ItUOTIlllll,
(.Irccuvillo rf. (J., Oolol>tr 1, 187.?. noOtf
.NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
EM BOD! COME!
I
TO
rioKENs c. nM s. c.
AND SEE WHAT
Until fiinii
M -V "' i VT'* 5^' V i^*
AND W1IAT A QUANTITY OP
GOODS
E. H. GRIFFIN,
HAS RECEIVED AND IS RECEIVING.
I proposo to sell them chcnpor than
any ono.
lean suit any ono in aii lin63 0f
D 11 Y-G OODS
G KO< 13IM1U*
, *?V.
Just roturncd l'rom market. Don't
fiiil to call and sec. No troublo to
show CJooils.
Thanks for past patronago, and
hope a continuance of tho eamo.
flQy* All parties having accounts on
my Books will oblige mo by calling
and having them balanced.
KoBpoclfully,
E. II. GRIFFIN.
Ocl 28 9
FALL & Willi M
AT
EASLEY STATION, S- C.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of my friends and tho public
generally, to the large aud well aelooted
Stock of Goods
I havo now in store. My stock consists of
DRY, FANCY Sc DRESS GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
If A RD UT/1 IIE,
GROCERIES, &C.
All bought in person for this market, at prices
that can not bo cut under.
Tho Ladies will find mv nnw.aa
- J ?
FANCY GOODS, especially suited to llioir
wants, ami Gentlemen in need of CLOTHING
of the latost styles will save money by inspecting
my stock.
liy strict attention to business, and with
fairness to all, I hope to continue to roccivo
the favors of the past.
M. W. FORD.
Persons who arc duo Hie firm of FOIID &
MAUI,DIN on account, will plcnse settle name
1st of November, as the business of tho old
firm must be closoJ.
M. \V. FORD.
Oct I I 7 tf
Notice!
NOTICK is hereby given, that wo (lie undorflignotl
Deacons of tlio Oolenoy Baptist
Church of Christ, in the County of Pickens
niul Stuto of Honiii i
--- ? IIIIVU HIIM
day applied to S. I). Keith, Rgq., Clerk of tho
Court, for a Charter, incorporating tho abovo
mentioned Church.
MATTHEW HENDRICKS,
J ESSE SIMMONS.
Nov 11, 1H7f> II ttOdnys
NVJIMI'X,
....???? nnu lUUHRII/liVn AT iuAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Pradices in tlio Circuit our! nnd Court o
Probato for Piokcna ounly.
May IG 'J2 600
?
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AT
McF ALL'S,
WHEN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, where you will find a
FRES 11 STOCK of
in sooss,
NOTIONS,
BOOTS, SHOES & IIATS,
Groceries,
Crockery nn<J Tinware.
?ALSO?
-fY UUJL UF llUUU
Tobaccos: and Segars.
In short, a littlo of everything.
Call in, and if you dont bco what you
want,
Ask For It.
Respectfully,
W. T. MoFall.
Oct 14, 1875
Dealer In Genera! Merchandise.
EASLEY STATION, 8. 1'.
PALL AND WINTER GOODS
At RUSSELL'S.
floaty Mado Clothing, ranging
from $5 to $45 a suit,
At ' RUSSELL'S.
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings,
Fall Prints, otc. 81 25 a bunch for
Yarn, and other things in proportion,
At HUSSELL'S.
Good Lot ot Grocories on hand
and to arrive. If you want anything,
or want to see anvthinir.
Call on " ?RUSSELL.
It yon wantEtiwan Disaolvod Bono
for Wheat,
Call on RUSSELL.
If you want to find polito and gentlonmnly
clorkfl, call on Mr. Robinson
and John,
At RUSSELL'S.
TCasloy Station, S. O., Sopt. 0, 1875.
NOTICE!
Wc have rcceivod our
Full an <8 Winter (4oo<ls,
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figures.
Wo liavo on liand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of ltagging and Ties, which
wc propose to sell at Greenville prioos.
Highest cash pricc paid for C)ttou.
V/nipping Taper fit Wholesale Prices.
noStf R. E. IIOLCOMRK & SON.
TO Pcr Jfty ' Agents wanted.
t{)?J ?4)/VV/ All classes of working people,
of cither sex, young or old, inako moro
money ac. work for us in their spare moments,
or all the time, than at anything else'
Particulars freo. Address (J. STINSON & CO'
Portland, Maino.
Ilarlc, Wells ?V Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an office at Pickens C.
II., ?S. ('., will atlcii'l promptly lo all business
i?n ?:11. n u' - ?
.en, HIHI VJ. II. mjriur Willi lllliy IIC (UWftyS
found nt Ihcir office at Pickens C. IT., S. 0.
One of the senior partners will always be
presonl at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. E. EARf.F., \
a. (t. WELLS, / O. W. TAYLOR,
(hecovillc, 8. C. Piokent, S. C. i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I
NEW GOODS!
i
9m
QrmtKSH'5 FURKISUIHG GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, and IIATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
7II A 11 NESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAli, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W.. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Wanted!
Evorybody who read tho Skntinicl
to know that
5endricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they .will
sell as cheap as tho cheapest, consist- p
ing in part of
HA CON AND LARD,
SUGAR and COFFER,
FLOUR AND MOLASSES,
LEATHER AND SALT,
CHEESE AND CRACKERS,
CANDY, FI.SII, TOBACCO, &c.,&o.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latoat
Stlvloa rif Torino' -.>.1 ru.:i
v/vij ivvj v? X^IIUIVO ) iJXUli o auu v^ll 11"
dren's Ilats, Boots and Shoes. Beat
Standard Prints at 10c. per yardj
Ready Mado Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuanco
of the same, and cordially invito
ALL who come to Easioy Station to i
givo them a call.
NOTICE.
I take this method of informing my friends
that I will bo found in my offico on oaoh
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
uny business that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my dutios as School Commissioner will
compcl me to be absent in different parts of
the county, I make this special appointment
for the benefit of all concerned.
R. A. HO WEN,
no2o?ly Scool Commissioner
P P TO AT R
JL X JL JL. JL A- -J X < y
? Manufacturer of?
Doors, SasHEs,
ffi)L,SM?S. PLfBORlHS.
? Dealer in?
B UI LI) ERS' 11A1 ID W A RE,
Paints, Oils, 8zc
?Solo Agent for?
The National Mixkd Paint Co.
Thk Great American Fire Extinvumiier
Co.
PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO.
SiiND for Pricks.
Oflico and Warcrooms,
No8. 20 & 22 Ilayno and 38 and 35
Pinckncy Sts. \
Factory and Yards, Aaliloy Iliver,
West End I&road Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C. 4-ly
W. U. IIOLC0MBH. R. A. CHILD
llolcoiithc tl Child,
ATTORNEYS AT LA IK
WILLlMtACTICK in Circuit, Probalc, and
Trail .Tustice Courls of this Stale. All
business entrusted lo thorn willrcccivc prompt
attention.
Sept. 1!) B ly
ii\\r HiyrTMOMUXT,
i I'l'I.lCATION will bo made In I. H. IMiil
iV pot, Kfq., Judge of Probate, for Pickens
County, 011 Saturday, the 251 It tiny of l>eceinher
next, for leave to make a Final Settlement
of tlio Kstates of Angeline Jenkins and
Klnor Hudson, and (o bo discharged therefrom
as Guardian.
ANTIfONKY STEWART, Guardian.
Nov 2b, 1870 13 4
JNEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ESTABLISHED 17ss7~
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ot interest which appears in the Daily.
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Tiik WEEKLY Cunomer.e asp Sentinel is
a mammoth sheet, gotten up especially for
our subscribers in the country. It is one of
the largest papers published in the South,
aud gives, besides Editorials, all the current
news of the week, a full and accurate review
of the Augusta Markets and Prices (Current.
Tho Commercial Reports arc a special feature
of tho edition. Subscrition, $2.
Specimen copies of any issue sent frees
WALSII & WEIGHT, Proprietor'
Gugusta, Ga.
METROPOLITAN WORKS,
Canai, St., vrom Sixth to Seventh,
RICHMOND, : : VIRGINIA.
ENGINES.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Hoilcrs, Castings of
Brnsa and Iron, Forgings, &c.
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
In all its brandies, done by experienced bauds
IMPROVED PORTA UL ENGINES for
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A number of
socoud-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rale order, 011 hand.
Repair work solicited an 1 promptiy dono.
WM. E. T ANN Kit .? I'd
Oct 14, 7 ? 1 y
MANHOOD: - ?
now lost, now rkhtourdi f
Just published, a new eilition of Dr. Cutvkbwkki'h
Ckurbratku Essay on tho radioal
euro (without medicine) of Kpcvinalorrlioea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Im potency, Menial an<l Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, &c; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by
scttinciulgenco or sexual extravagance, &c.
War Price in ? sealed envelope, only six
cents.
The celebrated author, in this admiraldo
Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
? >-- "
vi uiu u|>piicu(ion 01 uie Kiulo;
pointing out a mode of curc at oncc simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufTerer, no mutter what his condition
limy ut*i urny iuit; iitiiiscii uuc?p?y, pViYatG?jTf
and radically.
This Lecture should be in the 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 cents or
two post stamps.
Address the l'ubllshors,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE k CO.,
izi lJowery, New Vork; l'ost Office Box, 4580
Oct 14 7 ly
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WE want some one in every county to
lake orders and deliver goods for tho
old and original C. O. 1). House. Largo cash
wages. Splendid clianco in every neighborhood
for the right person of either sex, young
or old. Samples, free and post paid. Sond
for it at once and make money at your homes.
Address, II. J. HALL & CO. ,0 N. Howard
Street, lialsimorc, .1/d
Oct 21, 1875 8 am
NOTICE
We have just replenished our stock of merchandise
for the fall ami winter trade.
Ladies' and pentlemen's hats and dress
goods generally have received special attention.
Our Shoe Department
Is very full, amounting to nearly one thousand
dollars.
Our General Slock
I
Comprises nearly everything you arc likdy
I iv iiwu iiiu win uc aoiu very low.
Haif Car Load.
Of bosl Liverpool Salt on haml and fo?'sale
(wo dollars per sack, which is
CIIE APR
Tliftn liofori* I lio wnr. All nrn mennn' fi.llu ??
v'tod lo call i^iul see llieni.
Hester & Hester.
Cent ml. S. Oct. 28, 1871.
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EUUITY.
WHOfliUMJateJ U U wdj 'JJf ^
Wn.i, im:acncr. in the courts ot
THE STATE AN1) OF THE UNITE!
STATES.
rV|.| JK 1(1 tf
\11S0LUTE Dl VOKCES OBTAINED
from Courts of dillVrcnl States tor desertion,
&c. No publicity required. Np
charge until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
10 Giu 1U1 Hi'oudway, N. V.

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