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Iter. Hugh MoLeos will preach (D.
Y.) on lat Sabbath in January 1870
. Last Friday was tho coldest day
wo have experienced for many years.
' Mr. Jackson Stewart, died suddonly
at his residonco tlio othor day. Wo
havo not hoard Iho verdict of tho
jury of inquest,
Wo aro glad to learn tlmt Dr. Earlo
is convalescing,after his foarful illness.
Ho is thought to bo out of dnngor.
Bio Suovr at MoFalls.?Go and
peo his Christmas Tricks, for old and
young. Make hasto before they aro
all gono, for tbey aro going liko hot
At a mooting of tho Twelvo Milo
rJvftnrrn hold on t.ho 10th inst ihn
following officers?woro clccled tor tho
John T. Lowis, "W. M.
Warron Boyd, O.
J. K. Kirksy, L.
W. D. Edons, S.
M. D. Cantrol, A. S.
H. M. Singloton, Chap.
. S. P. Ilinton, Trcas.
W T? Pricn Sap.
J. P. Perritt, G, K.
Mrs E. E. Lewis. Coros.
Mrs A. C. Baker, Pomona.
Miss Addio Lowis, Flora.
MiBS M. E. Edens, L. A. S.
We Must All Die.?This is a sad
faot, and it behooves us to bo prepared
to dio right whon tho timo comes. Fow
nf iih iL nnl.il nlil mm ovorf nlros
and admonishes us with groy hairs that
tho timo has arrived when wo must
dyo. 1 hon wo look around to find out
tho boat way. Wo will tell you. Use no
othor dyo than Dr Tutt's, and jTon
will dyo right, Your groy hairs will
disappear like magic, nntl in thin plaocs
II l..n. ?l/,n^., lOnnlr ..,l.!cl,nl.a
y UU >Y1II uav U ^IVODJ
moustacho and hair-aporloet imiiaiion
of nature, eo natural that it can not
bo dotected, and your dyeing oxpcnscB
will bo but ono dollar.
. W ') J1- ' '.IJ-Li
PI( Ki:>S 1IIOII SCHOOL.
THE Scholastic year is divided into two
Terms of 20 weeks eacii. The First Tom
commences January 17th, and ends June 3d;
the second Term commences July 4th, and
ends November 18th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the commencement of tho Terms, will be
charged for the whole Term ; those entering
lifter this timo, from the timo of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students cuter
At the commencement, when the several
rStiHAAM tlrA nrr
Course of StudyPRIMARY
l*t Term?Spelling and Reading.
2d Term?Spelling and Reading continued ;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
1NTKRMKDUTK fl I. A 8 8.
1st Term?Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography oontinued; Introducing Eng'wh
Grammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term?Spelling and Reading continued;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed;
intermediate Geography oomplcted; Analytical
English Grammar; Primary U. 8. History;
Exercises in Writing.
IstTerm?English Grammar completed; Phytic*!
Geography; Oommon Hohool Arithine
tic; Town" Analysis of Words;
2d Term?Greene's; Analysis of English
Languago; Arithmetic - continued; Siaallor
Composition; Higher U. 8. History.
1st Term Latin Grammar and Harkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Render; Davies' Algebra;
History of England.
VA..m HAAI'I. /vf A
AM ACliU JLVMI1 VWUftO VI 1/IU.1IH, /11IIUKI O
aeotnd Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Bentcnco; Orcok Grammar; Kondrick's
Greek Ollendorff"; Greek Reader; Davio.s'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
1NTKHMF. PIATK CI.ASfl.
1st Term?Six Rooks of Virgil; Greek
Reader completed; Plain Geometry; Higher
Composition and Rhetorio.
oa m. 0. T ?t. .
*u x ci"iii?QiiimnL a win in m u cc jugurum;
Xenophon's Anabasis; Higher Algebra
commenced; Solid and Spherical Qeorno
try completed; Chemistry.
1st Term?Cicero's Select Orations; Xcnophona
Memorabilia; Trigonomotry and Survoyiug; I
Rrtmnn IliulArv T.ntin Prn?? Pnmnnaiitnn I
2d Term?Horaco onlire;"Six Hooks of ihc
Iliads; Oreok Prose Composition; Algebra
Tho abovocourso will prepare can
<lidatcs for admission into llio Horiiomobk
Class of any ol our Southern
Oolldgos. Studonts, who do not stand
a satisfactory examination upon tho
oovoral studios ot cach class, will not
do aiiowoa trie privuego to uuvanco lo
tho noxt higher, but bo retained in
such class, till all tho studies of it bo
Tuition of Primary Department
Junior Class, - - $10.00
intermediate Class, - ?. 12.50
? Sonior " n . 15.00
ft T? 1\ I . . A <\/v AA
rrepnrnvory juepnrimont, ZU.Ul'
No deduction will bo made for lost
timo exoopt from prolonged BieknosB. j
Monthly roporte of punctulit.y, doportraent,
and rocitutions in ohoii study,
will be furnished pnronts.
J. II. CARLISLE. Principal.
Deo. 23, 1876 ' 17 U
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MB THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that 1
Provo to all, that I have as good and elicap
lot of Confections as any to bo found, and
A man who can beat my Stock of Cannod
Goods. Besides the above, I have purchased
a stove, and a ni?o Lunch of Fresh Oysters
Had at auy time, provided I am not
T? 1 y-v /-? 4- /-v /-1
1C L I C U
Intoudaut, ia which case you might,
Ilavo to go homo hungry and moneyless,
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15 u t
Hoping no such missfortuno awaits me, I
cordially invito all my hungry friends to givo
mo a call, and I
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figuros, as my objcct ia to live and let
T . i v f* in
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These hurd times. Doiit forget to call on J.
It. GLAZliNEU, who can be found in the Tost
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
Everybody who read ibo Sentinel
4 -1- .?
io kuow mac
Hendricks & Williams
Ilavc, and will keep on hand at
A well solected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
null as cheap as the cheapest, consisting
in part of
n ,\ nnw * t apn
SUGAR ani) COFFER,
FLO UK and MOLASSES,
LEATHER \ni) SALT,
CllEESE and CRACKKRS,
CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, &c.,&c.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, I/it06t
Stlvk-8 of Lndiea', Men's and Cliil
dren'a Hats, Boots and Shoes. Beat
Standard Prints at 10c. nar v!iim!
Ready Made 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 Stutinn t<.
^ive them a cftll.
Easlatos Moiy School.
Nine Tiiuos. N. .
rpiIF, Exercises of this School will open on
_L the 3d clay of January next. Session 10
months. Tu tion per Scholar for the term:
Primary Department $4.00
Intermediate Department, 5.00
High School Department, 7.f>0
For further particulars, address the Principal
at Nine Times, S. U.
JNO. O. WALLACE.
Dec 2, 1875 H
1 take this method of informing my friends
that I will be found in my oflice on each
SATURDAY, for tho purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as Sohool Commissioner will
compel me to be absent in different parts of
tho county, 1 make this special appointment
for tlio benefit of all concerned.
11. A. BO WEN,
no251y Scool Commissioner
Would you have Rosy Choeks?
Experience of A Youno Woman.?A country
girl, young, pretty and liappy, lier step
was elastic anil tho roses of health hloomod
upon her cheek. One April morn she was
overtaken by it "spring shower," and caught
It washer "particular time," and supression
was tho result. At the next "nnrinrl" nr>inr..
refused to act. She became sallow, swollen
and suffored intensely with pain in the back
and "lower stomach," palpitations, dfliculty
of breathiug, indigestion and headache. Doctors
failed to palliate her distressed condition,
and sho longed for death as the only hope of
relief. At the instance of a friend, who herself
experience its benefits, she was induced
to try Dr. J. IJiadfield'n Female Regulator.
One bottle cured her. She was again the
happy girl she was that April morning before
tho shower. Tho Female Regulator is prepared
by L. H. Bradlicld, Druggist, Atlanta,
Ga., at $1.50 per bottlo and kept by all respectable
drug men throughout the land.
A motl Excellent Rtmedy.
ati.amyt, ua., mnrcn I'Z, XM/U.?I have
j examined the rcipe "f Dradfield's Female
j Regulator, and from nly knowledge of (lie in!
gredients, beliove it n most excellent medicine
! and well suited to that olawi of diseases design
nated. 1 liavo no hesitation in advising its
use, and confidently roqeowmend it to the
public Jokl Branham, M. P.
Dec. 2, _ H 41.
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TWV WFFKTY ^TIN ? l"l80B> "" ?>roaa
IftU ITMmhM tfUfli columns, from now
to New Yearn, post] paid, tiO els. Address
"The Sun," N. Y.
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WHEN YOU COME TO 1'ICKs
ENS, where you will find a
FRES11 STOCK of
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS,
Crockcry an<l Tinware.
A LOT OP GOOD
TobaCCOes and 2 a ? s. r a
ww ww m W f ^ w ? Ml
In short, a littlo of everything.
Caii in, anu if von uoiil Sue what you
Ask For It.
W. T. MCFall.
Anl 11 lO-f
yjsji x-Jt, lOiO
GFHTIEKEH'S rURMiSHIHB GOODS,
liOOTS ??n n a'ivg
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Wo have received our
Fall ami Winter (mmIs,
and are prepared to sell goods at low figurea.
We have on hand two car loads of Salt and
ivru cur lonnn oi nagging ana Ties, which
wc propose (o sell at Greenville priocs.
Highest cash pric? paid for C)l(on.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
no3l f R. E. IIOLCOMBE fc SON.
ALL persons indebted to mc will pleaso
como forward and Settle, ns 1 must havo
Money. All that do not Settle, I will be
compelled to place their Accounts in th?
hands of an attornoy for collection.
W. II. ASFIMORK.
I I)co 2, 1875 14 3
NEW ADVERTTfittMTCNTTs I
PIOKENS 0. II., 8. C ,
AND SEE W11AT
AND WHAT A QUANTITY OF
E. H. GRIFFIN,
HAS RECEIVED AND IS RECEIVING.
I nronoso to sell tlieni ehonner tlmn
I can suit any one in all linos of
D R Y-(I O O D S
GRO GUli:8, Ac.
T 1 A i i'
o uhi/ l-ciurneu irom maricet. IJon'l
fail to call and sec. No troublo to
Thanks for past patronage, niul
hope a continuancc of tho flamo.
All pat tios having accounts on
T) 1- - ? r it -it* ?
nij jjuukm win oun^o 1110 uy calling
and having tliem balanced.
E. H. GRIFFIN".
Oct 2S 9
PALL ADD WiHTER GOODS!
Your attention is most uespectfully
called to the largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of Oood3 that has
ever been exhibited in West Oreonvillc ; consisting
Of dry goods, boots, shoes,
hats, hardware, crockery,
urxvutii^IviJiO, cic., cic.
Our priccs arc so low thai no house this
side of New York can undcr-sell us.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOOKS, SASH and BLINDS, at prices that
W A nlon I.--1 ? 1- 1-1 - r "
.. V i*?ov jvvvp mu.u ifc liugv lUt Ul UIOPU
celebrated 0RAN015 PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invito your attention.
Wo Jiftvo also connected to our Store, a
a Largo WAGON YARD, with a well of (iood
Water, which is Free and Open to Ai.r..
EL? ?fc KUOTIIEK,
Grecnvillo S. 0., October 1, 1875. noGlf I
COL, ASBURY COWARD
jnimlal tiul yhynlcal trafnihg. Lowiion iioiod ftot
JtrtUthftyno ?*?**! yoa nothing mil rund at*1 tvfofcfrix/dfc
>flu-ilif/it!(.llil' Ubinfintft f f "nfitlvRM r.f?AY.> PiftxfwJ.
, - ? ? ?? ?? I'M I 9*4
ATTORSr.Y AND COlTNSKLI.On AT Y.AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C. |
PraolioCK in 11?o Circuit ouvi nn<l Court o j
Probate for l'ickcns ounly.
May lfi 42 6m i
^wnrsi A vik
_ sm.*m mr MAM llll'lJi ll I
positively etirod. 1 ho wcvul crises, of l?nge*t
standing, by using Dr. Ttebbard's CureA
bottle sent free to all addressing J. S. Dm.
slki;, Druggist, fil l 6th Ave., N. Y.
Lilsrty Station, 1.LU.I
entire new stock!
i respectfully imfom thb
?j -c ** _? ~
vibiBcna tii jricKens uounty and
surrounding country, that I
have oponod a now and
fresh stock of
HOOTS AND SIIOKS,
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KEROSEN OIL.
I liavo now and will couiinually
keep 011 hand quantities ol BACON,
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I havo just received 400 sacks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackorcl?consisting of
whole barrels, hull' barrels and quarto
or barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
Hacks Colteo. All of which will bo
sold cheaper than in any other Country
Store in Pickens. All who wish
the above articlos at low prices, will
do will to call on nie, before purchase
I want delivered at Liberty 1000,^
000 Shingles; 10,000 bushels of Corn;
lor both ol which tho highest market
pricos will be paid.
S. M. IIOLCOM BE.
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1375 ?If
m nil HEW GOODS!
HAVING FORMED A PARTNER.
I ornn 1 xr mrrn ^ _
oni r 11\ illl<i Mi<;KUANT1 K
T n E
MASONIC II ALL
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
I WK HAVE IN STOKE AND TO
arrive a largo and well solccted
GROCERIES, HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for d.'ilo not only
cheap, but oxtrcnioly low down for
CASH OR BARTER
We respectfully invito our frionda
and tho public in general to cull and
oxamino our stock whon they como to
I n IV 11 llixfrtv tMi ntilni
.?J wviv.w j?ui Vimoiu^ UiOU YV IIUl'U*
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
| _ Nov 18, 1875 12
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
DY tirtuaofanordfr from & J Douthit.Pro
IJ bate Judgo of Greenville County, I will
ell on Saleday in January next, before tho
Court door at (Pioken*) tho following Traolo
of Land, to wit.
Treot No. 1, Situated la Plekena County,
on waters of Saluda River, attyoiniog lands of
Stapling Turner, 0. W. Qarrlson ana others,
and oontaining 219 aorea more or leas. On
th!a tract is the homsMead.
Tract No. 1L Situated in aaid countv, on
watera of ftaluda river, adjoining tracts Nob. 1
and 9, and oontaining 101 a?ra?, otore or less.
Tract No. 8, Adjoining Not. 2,4 and 7, and
containing 182J aores, more or loss.
Tract No. 4. Adjoining tracts No. 3, 6. C and
7, and containing 118 ?cres, more or less.
Tract No. 6, Adjoining tracts No. 4 find
6, and lands of 3. W. Brunson, and containing
61 acres, more or 1?*9Tract
No 0, Adjoining tracts Nos. 4 end
7, and lands of Henry Larke, aud containing
18* acres, more or less.
Tract No. 7, Adjoining trscU Nos. 2 and
3, s.ud lands of Henry Larke and Wilson, and
containing 55f acres, more or less.
Tract No. 8, Adjoining lauds of Wade Larke
and others,and contaning 60 acres, more or less
This land is kuown us the Kirk pat rick tract.
The saiil lands are sold as tho property of
Geucral William K. F.asley, deceased, for partition
among his heirs. Tlicy are ver)* valuable
lying mostly on Saluda river and George'*
creek, and about six miles from tho city of
Greenville. Parties wishing to purchase will
ilo well to look at the name.
TERMS'?One third cash, the balance 011 a
credit of one and two years with interest from
day of sale at ten p?r cent, per annum.?
Purchasers to give bond and security with a
mortgage of the premises to S. J. Douthit,
Probate Judge, lo secure (lie pnymcnt of tha
purchase money. Purchasers to pay for all
J. RII.F, FERGUSON, b P.C.
Dec b, 1875 10 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of I'ickkns.
1)Y virtue of J lie execution in t lie abovo
stated case, I will sell, before the Court
House in Pickens County, on the F1K8T
MONDAY in January uext, Hie following
One Tract of Land containing 100 acres
more or leas, situate in l'ie'Keus County, on
waters of Golden's Creek, adjoining lands of
Joab Manldin", Joab Brndly and others; levied
on as tho property of James MoColluin, at
the suit of Win. S. Williams, Sr.
wii? 11 ?c( ui iiiiuu unniRing o acres more
oi' leas, situate in Pickens County, ou vrstora
of Riee'a Creek, adjoining lands of Hardy
Gilatrap, J. .1. llunt and others; levied on as
the property ?f Mary A. Gilatrap, at the suit
of Ilcti'l A. Thompson, as Admiristrator of
TERMS CASH?Purchasers to pay extra
J. RILEY FERGUSON, s r.c
Doc 9, 1875 l r> 3
In his WM. COUCH, Bankrupt.
BY virtue of an order in bankruptcy,
to mo directed, I will sell, boforo tho
V'onrl House door, at Pickcna O. 11..
on salcaday in January next, at tbo
usual bonr of sale, tbo following trauta
of Land, to wit:
All that, certain piece, parcel and
iract 01 uwui bi tunic, iymg ana being
in the comity of Pickcns, on waters of
Brush}' creek, adjoining lands, of R.
C. Gillam, Ilenry Couch, S. A. Couch
and others, known as tho "Brushy
creek or Johnny Coureh tract, con*
j tainiug live hundred and titty acres,
more or less?tho lilo entato of Mary
Ann Counch in a portion ot this tract
Also?One tract of land situate on
George's creek, in saino county, con
taming rouv nuuurcu arid ninety acres
moro or less, being tbe balance of
Win. (^ouch's "bomostead" tract of
land, after setting olYono hundred ami
forty-tbree aeros as a bomestead for
tbc Bankrupt. These lands aro con-,
sidcred very valuable, and may bo
divided into small tracts to suit nur*
TISUMS?One-half cn*h, the re-?
muindoron twelve months credit, with
interest from ihe day of sale?with
bond and mortgage to secure tho purchase
money. Purehasars to pay for
1 papers. W. T 81 HTM ATB,
l)ec 10, 1ST.) 10??> Assignee
Tiic State of South Carolina
]>>/ 1. 11. I'/uljwt, Jwt% r of Prolate.
Whkhf.as, IV F. Morgan nml S. I). Keith
I lint It made suit to inc to fjrnnt them Letters
| of Administration on the Kstatc and I'.ffccla
of K. II. Griffin, deceased?
I Tlio kindred and creditors of t lie said E. II.
| Griffin, are tlicrct'ore cited to be and Appear
before me, in the Court of Probate, to bo
tioldcn at l'iekens t\ II.,on Thursday, the 211th
day of December next, at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
i to shew cause, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted,
(Jiven under in.v band and real this. th?
I Otlt day of Peccmbor A IX, 187<">.
I. H. PIIILrOT, .i.r r.?\
ilecO, lt? 3
liiiw N<>* *< ?>.
Tho undersigned. having resumed the pr*c
j tice of law, will at rend the Oourtn on (ho 8th
Judicial Circuit. Ihinincsa left with Wm. K1
llngood, at I'ickcns C. II., will bo promptly
attended to. J. W. II.IRKISON.
J Nov. l i, i*/?.
|,v ISAAC M. BRYAN,
I ATTORXKY AT LAW,
J mmmi c, bm s, c,
B Practices in Courts of Pickens
h ouuty, and in United States Courts
J FOR SALE.
, 1 NO 1 YOKK OXKN, l> years old;
^lY A N'o. 1 Marc with f<?nj.
3jr"C*TVnns made on By fo ptiiwhripcr?.
t . Also, 100 luinhcla of COHN nt tlio crib, on
j"i-2 montlia credit.
\ WM. M FfcRGtJSOy.
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