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Those indebted to It. E. Holcombe
& Son bad better go forward and
settle and save costs. See their notice
On Tuesday last a general move
nrl Mplianon of itlac.eH tonic nlanA
between Prof. Carlisle end Judge
A young lawyer of this town it to
be made happy to night. Full particulars
Taxes.?Tho County Treasurer
oivei nntinn in tliia iuna that Iia will
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?tt?nd certain places on certain dates
for the collection of taxes. See notice
and understand when he will be in
We call attention to notice of sale
of the splendid stock of goods, belonging
to tho estate ot E. II. Griffin,
jr., by the administrators on the 20th
.Accident.? Wo regrot to !earn
that Mr. Archibald McMahan, was
painfully hurt at Easley Station one
night during Christmas week. He
was coming to the Station from
Greenville, on the train, and attempted
to jump off in front of the hotel,
while the train was in motion, and
received a severo and painful gash in
the bead by being thrown against a
pile of lumber.
Sale Day.?There wbb a very
Urge attendance of citizens on sale
dlty last. The following property
was disposed of. The lands of Wm,
Couch, 000 acres sold for $7,250.
Tlin ftifatn r>f tliA Iflta W If F.rrIp*
fW.ensod, 769i ncres sold for $8,770
Total number of acres sold
Aggregate amount $10,020.
Tiik Wbathru.? Over two wookp
preceeding last Monday was cloudy
mid the warmest weather wo ever
knew at this season of the year. We 1
heard some farmers say on Monday ,
last, (hey feared that their meat
winch had been killed just as the ,
vrarin spell sot in, wan spoilt and they j
would lose it all.
Dikd.?We roj:ret to announce J
the death ot Airs. Eliz* Hendricks, <
which occurred at tho residence of ]
her husband, Mr. M. S. Hendricks, at
i n. .! .. A i : , r
jMlsiey oiauon, oil me morning oi c
tlie 25th ult. Mrs. Hendricks was 1
the daughter of tho late Rev. John
Ariail, and had been a devout ami
hining member of tho Baptist church
for a number of yeara. She leaves a
grief stricken husband, one child and
many relatives and friends to mourn t
b?r death ; but they hare tho consolation
of knowing that their loss is
Mr. C. T. Martin, who is well
known to many of our readers as tint 1
polite and efficient clerk of the late *
E. II. Griffin, has formed a partner- 1
hip with the Messrs. Ruesells at I
Ka&iey station, where lie would be
pleased to see his many friends and
tiAll tliAiri r*s\riA a af lintfnm rkrtoaa
Charlie is a clever, business young
man, and wo bope be may live long *
and prosper. *
The following mombe:* bavo been c
elected and installed as officers of ?
Keowee Lodge, No. 79, A. F. M., for 1
the ensuing masonic year: i
R. A. Ciiilo, W. M.
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ij. r. 15kadlky, b. w. 1
> W. T MoFall. J. W. ?
W. T. X^ibld, tftkas. '
W. G. Fikld, Sko. f
W. T. O'Dkll, 8. D.
Tho'b. Powers, J- D.
It. A. liowenj Tylek. \ (
La?kin 11 uoiiKS and J. Hh.ky Fkr- |
guson, s'/kWAHDS. j
We Murt All Die.?This is a sad '
fact, and it behooved us to bo proparod i
todio right when tho timo comos. Fow j
of us expeot it until old age overtakes ,
and admonishos us with grey hairs that ?
ine nmo nae arrived whon wo must \
dyo. 1 hon wo look around to find out ^
tho host way. We will tell you. Uso no ,
othor dyo than Dr Tutt's, and you 1
will dyo right, Your groy hairs will 1
disappoar liko magic, and in thin placcs
you will have glossy blaok whi&kors, <
moustacho and hair-a porfoot imitation 1
of nature, bo natural that it ean not 1
bo doteotod. anrl vnni'H"''!""? 1
will bo bat one dollar. |
Wo aro inforirtod that tho froshot
daring tlio holidays, washod away 17
balos cotton, from tho gin house oi
Mossrs. Brock and McDow,loOatod on
Arnold's Creek; threo of which has
not boon rocovered. Also, Mr. Lemuel
Carson, on tho watorsof 18 Alilo Crook
had 8 balea swopt away by tbo same
froahot?all of whioh, ho\vovor, w?b
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Everybody who read ihc Sentinel
o know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on band at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
ell an cheap as the cheapest, consisting
in part of
3ACON and LAUD,
rttfl a t? aw.? mpwifw
FLOUIt and MOLA?SE>?,
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CItACKEUS,
3ANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, Ac., Ac.
Woolen and Cotton Ooods, Latest
Ulyles of Ladies', Men's and ChilIren's
Ilatn, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
teady Made Clothing at $5.00, and
ipwarda, per suit.
Thanking their customora for past
atronage, they solicit a contimianco
>f tho aatne, and cordially invito
\ LL who como to Ea8ioy Station to
>ivo them a call.
Health and Beauty CombinedWoman'#
Kioirrg,?One who has long stulied
this absorbing subject now presents to
he woaen of our country the rosult of his
nvestigations- He is happy to say that he
las at. last discovered "Woman's Rest Friend"
It is adapted especially to those oases where
,he womb is disordered, and will cure any irregularity
of the "menses." I)r. J, Kradfields
female Regulator acts like a charm in whites
tp in a mwldnn fthonk ftf I.ha <mnn*h?r
Vom oold, trouble of mind or liko causes, by
restoring tho discharge ia every instance. A1
10 in ohronio cases its action is prompt and
iecisive, and saves the constitution from
jountlesa evils and prematuro decay- This
valuable preparation is for sale at $1.50 por
iotilo Ly all respectable Druggists in the
land. Prepared and sold by L. II Bradfleld,
Drnggist Atlanta, Qa., a thousand women
lestify to ite merits.
MAniKTTA, Ga., March 22, 1870.
Messrs. Hrndficld A Co.-^-Gentlemen:?We
ion?i you m? ucrununioD irom perfectly reiable
persons?would havo sent them before
but waited to seo if the cure would proye permanent.
Win. ROOT 4 SONS,
Jan. 0, 18 4t,
, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
Me the opportunity and i assure
you that 1
** * r ? *
Provo (o all, that I have as good r\nd oheap
lot of Confe?ticrfla As any to bo found, and
A roan who can beat my Stook of Canned
Goods. Beside* the above, I have purchased
a utovoj and a nlco LUnoli of Freeh Oysters
Had at any time, provided 1 am not
Intcndnnt, in vrliich ease you might,
Have to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no snch missfortuno awaits me, I
cordially invito all my hungry friends to giro
me a call, and I
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
T * _ -
jli ve in
These hard times. Dont forget to oall on J.
K. GLAZENKK, who can be found in the Post
Deo 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
THE host find handsomest No. 8 .STOVE in
Lho market for $18.00, with 25 piece*,
llani boiler included, and not a Muffin Ring
or Patiy Pan, among the number. How is
that for low.
N. F- BURGESS & CO.
Qrcenvillo, S. C., Deo. 23, 17 4
I'H IiEiVS IKIOII NC1IOOL.
rnilR Scholastic year is divided into tw#
.1 Terms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
commences January 17th, and ends June 3d;
the second Term commences JiUy 4th, and
ends Novomber Itfth.
Students entering within two weeks after
the connuoneernent of the Terms, will be
charged for the whole Term ; those entering
after this time, from the tirrro of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the commencement, when the several
classes aro forming,
Course of StudyPRIMARY
1st Term?Spelling and Reading.
2d Term?Spelling and Reading continued ;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
INT Kit M K 1)1 ATE CI>AS8.
1st Term?Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography continued; Introducing English
Grammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term?Spelling and Reading continued;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed;
Intermediate Geography completed; Analytical
English Grammar; Primary U. S. History;
Exercise* in Writing.
let Term?English Grammar completed; Physical
Geography; Oommon Hcliool Arithmetic;
Towns Analysis of Words;
2d Term?Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. 8. History.
1st Term Latin Grammar and Ifarkncss' Eirat
Latin Rook; Latin Reader; Davics' Algebra;
History of England.
2d Term?Four Books of Csosar; Arnold's
secenu L?tin Rook on Analysis of the L&tic
Sentence; Greek Grammar; Kendrick's
Greek Ollendorff; Groek Reader; Davies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
intkhmf.iu aTk ci.ahs.
1st Term?Six Hooks of Virgilj 0r6fk
Header completed; l'lain Geometry; Higher
Composition nnd Rhetoric.
2d Terra?Sallust's Cat aline & Jugttrtha;
Xenophon'u Anabasis; Higher Algebra ,
coraraenced; Solid and Spherical Qeome 1
try completed; Chemistry.
m kn1011 ci.ahs.
1st Term?Cicero's Select Orations; Xenophon*
Mcmnrthiliii! Tpi?nnftmotru ?n.l h...?...i-?
r, J ??? ""J ."?>
Roman History; I.atin Pros? Composition.
2d Term?Horace outire;"Six Hooka of the
Iliads: Greek Prose OornpoBition; Algebra
Tho abovocourso will proparo can
didatos for admission into tlio Sophomork
Class of any of our Southern
Colleges. Students, who do not stand
a satisfactory examination upon tho
several studies ol each class, will not
bo allowed the privilego to advanco to
ino noxt manor, but do rclainod in
such class, till ail tho studies of it bo
Tuition of Primary Depaktmbnt
Junior Clans, - - 810.00
Intormcdiato Class, - ? 12.50
Sonlor " ?. . 15.00
Pi?nnfti?nlA?ur mAM* ftA AA
i. >V|/II>?VV| j J'U|I||| VIIIVIIII, 4U.W
No doduction will bo nindo for lost
timooxoopt from prolongod sicknoss.
Monthly roports of punotulity, doportmont,
find roeitntions in oa^n study,
will bo furnished parents.
J. II. CARLISLE, Principal.
Deo. 23, 1875 17 tf
IBS WEEKLY OT. U25
to New Yearn, postl paid, ?i0 eta. Address I
The Sun," N. V. I
r nb^adveutise m en ts.
VVIIEN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, wliero yon will find a
FRESH STOCK of
BOOTS, SHOES A IIATS,
Crockery and Tinware.
a lot of onnn
Ttbicmt and Segari.
In short, a little of everything.
Call in, and if you dont aco what yon
Ask For It.
T?Oflnnnf foil **
Oct 14, 1875
SPBTLEKEITS m?IS81?B SMS
W ? ! m mm fi:i?mai? lfVVVI
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Ktc
At \Y. A. LESLEY A SON'S.
W? have raoelved our
Fall and Winter Cil mods;
niiu HID |(I?|>lir?U IU ISVII KUDUS 111 low llglir?B.
We hftYfl on hand two car loads of Sail and
two oar load* of Bagging and Ties, which
we propo*a to Mil at Greenville prices.
Highest oash price pafd for 0>ttofl.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesalo Prices.
noStf R. E. HOLCOMBE k 80N.
I take thin method oflnforminK my friends
that 1 wiH bo found in my office on each
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
any bMsinoss that comcs under my jurisdiution.
As ray duties as School Commissioner will
compel me to be absent in different parts o(
the oounty, I make this specir.l appointment
for tbo benefit of all oonccrncd.
R. A. BOWKN,
??2?>- Jy Scowl Commissioner ;
| NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PTflTt I^Mfl n TI o n
- v. 11,, O, U,
AND SEE WHAT
AND WHAT A QUANTITY OF
E. H. GRIFFIN,
HAS RECEIVED AND IS RECEIV- |
I proposo to soil thorn chcmpor tlian
I enn suit any ono in all lines of
D R YG O O D S
Just returned from market. Don't
fail to call and Bee. No trouble to
Thanks for past patronago, and
hopo a continunnco of tho samo.
a&F All partios having accounts on
my Books will oblige mo by calling
and having thorn balancod.
E. II. GRIFFIN.
Oct 28 9
HAM ill* MH?? ammmm
m WMft 60093!
Your attention is most respectfully
callcd to the largest and decidedly I
Ihe CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that hn?
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
Our prices are bo low that no house this
sid? of New York can undef-sell us.
W* 8611 Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make tho abore declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASI1 and BLINDS, at pricca that
Vi'o also keep on har.d a largo lot of
celebrated ORANGE TLOW STOCKS t.?
which we invite your attention.
We hftvo aleo connected to onr Store, ft
a Large WAOON YARD, with a vroU of Onod
Water, which is Free and Ophn to Ali..
CKIjY A IlItOTlIEIt,
Greenville S. C., October 1, 1875. MOflff
COL, AS BURY COWARD
ATTORNKY ANf> COnX?KM.OR AT ?.AW,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
IjrncncflB in me ?:ircuit onri nnd t.'ourt o
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42 Am
FITS AND EPILEPSY
positively cured. The worst cases, of longest
standing, iiy using Dr Hebbard'n OureA
bottle sent free to all addressing J. S. Dih.
, bi.ee, Druggist, 814 f?th Are., N. Y.
i* .NKW A I)VKfJ/rTKii'
Liberty Station, MM.
MTIRK NEW (STOCK!
I KfiSPEOtPtLtt tljrfOlt TriH
oitisens of Pickens County And
surrounding oountry, tfiat t
have opened a now and
fresh Stock of
BOOTS AftD SttOES,- I
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KEROSEN OIL.
I havo now and will continually
i Ucop on hand quantities ol BACON,MOLASSES,
1 havo just received 400 Racks Flour;
20 barrels of Mnckurcl?consisting of
wholo barrels, ball' barrels and quart*
or barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks Coffee. All of which will bo
sold cheaper than in any other Coun
try Storo in FickcnS. All who wish
tho above articfos at low pflCon, will
do will to call on mo, bcfdro purchase
I want dolivcrod at liiborty 1000,?
000 Shinglcg} 10,000 bimhols of Cornj
u/r uuou ur which mo highest market
prices will bo paid.
S. M. HOLCOMflE.
Liborty Station, Doc. 7, 1875? tf
HEW m OTGOK
HAVING FORMED A PARTNERSHIP
IN TIIE MERCANTIR
T II E
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
WE HAVE IN STORK AND TO
Arrive a large and woll floloctod
9 Is? t9 lit
GROCERIES, HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for dnlo not only
choap, but oxtro.Tioly fow doMrrt iof
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invito our friends
nnd the public in gonoral to call and
oxamirto Onr stock whon they comc ta
town, boforo purchasing clsowhorff.
BROWN ^ IIENORICKS.
Nov 18, 1875 12
Member of out* firm lins just returned from
New York where lie purchased I lie laiRCst atonic
of General Merchandise ever brought to thig
Loose on the HtrectK would not create tho tx*
citement and wonder, that our pricca do.
Heat pritila at only ten cents, and other
guuiiH 111 [Iiiiiiiic jirjres. 1'OillO clerks
always in attcudancc, and toady to placfl
Satisfaction guaranteed or no sales. Large
Stock of Groceries, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Hottom Figure*. Huts and Caps, Hoot* and
Shoes of every grade and price*. In faot^
anything needed l>y tlie farmer can ho had fti
Hudgins & Bolt's.
Hemrmber that this stand i? in the M?*oni<J
llall llnikling, fronting the 1'otcl, jiipt below
the Dopot of
Kaelcy Ktnfion, Octolicr rt, 1876/ tot