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year baa iiftystliree Sundays.
J ?I <p ?
^Jfftntiary contaiu6 live Sundays.
fc drtio public well needs cleaning out
Vfcdly. Tho Council ebonld givo us
pure water if nothing olso.
J V'/ \ . ~
r Attention is culled to tho salo of
real estalo, advertised by W. A.
Lc9lQjr. ip Ihn issue.
* V- ' ?
l)rt8 boon much moving and
changing of domicile in and about
^ipkeno during the last two or threo
, + <to>*
Diico.? Mrs. Frooinnn, the- wife
of Win. Freeman, died at her residence,
neur this place, on Saturday
14th inst. Mrs. Freeman loaves a
largo family of children, relatives and
friends to mourn her great lorsa.
" A serenading party wan out the
.1 . 1 . 1 ? *
k ouier nigui in "oroaa moonshine/
for tlio express purpose, no doubt, of
"discoursing sweet music in dulcet
tones" for the benefit of llio newly
married couple; but, through mistake,
serenaded a couple who had passed
nineteen summers ol married blessedness.
Acoidknt.? Wo regret to learn
Mr. Walker Ford mot with the
miafoutune of having liia lofi le<?
broken justr.bovo tho anklo joint, and
his right.teg fleriouely hurt, by his
mulo running away with his buggy?
near EuBley Station, on Sunday oven
inlast. Tho innle becamo liiirhton"
:mr .. o
ed at "n, cow, which wng being driven
along tlio Voad by a young mini, ran
about seventy live or <>no hundred
yards, when the wheel struck a tree}
throwing Mr. Ford out, with the
abovo unfortunate results.
Now is the time lor our Council, if
tliey-evw intend to do ao, to bo; trees
out along our aide walk?. This in a
'w. thing that on?;lit to ho done now.
Jnn uarj' and February are the
months to set out nil kinds of (rocs.
This would add no lit'le to the resectable
appearance of our sidewalks |
And the town generally.
Wo see loads of guano daily coining
into town. Our merchants are
determined that .tho agricultural intorest
of our County shall g > on. B\
this wq opiito that our farmers blill
^ liavo cotton on tho brain, but wo hope
not too extremely. Remember tlie
ceroalB should has'o the mobt promi*
limit i\l AArt
Thfs Treasurer lias turned over the
books to tl;e Auditor for tho purpose
of adding tho twenty per cent, penx
alty on account of the non-payment
of tho Air Line Iiailroad tax. This
tax is .heavy enough already, but the
nilrlitinn f\( lino fmai.tit ...ill
?i ?\/*? vt vi?io mvmjf j i\>i i/UUt. ?> ill
be onorous in tlio extreme?so much
for our delrty. "Who will help us in
<?ur extremity ? Echo snyp, who?
Tho public schools are now fairly
opOn in this County. Tho people
generally sconi lo take a great inter"
eat in tho sumo, but tho greatest
drawback in that tlio school appropriation
is too small to run tho schools
long, and if the people would depend
moro upon privato subscriptions in
aid of their sovernl schools, there
would bo far more lasting benefits derived
from tho public schools. It is I
Ino frAnnAntlo t!?.-? n.ion ll.n* tl.nii ,!/>_ !
-~r .. ...v. ^..o? Iitwv nivjr ?IV
** pcnd updri tho pnhlic inonoy alone,
which nt. present is too meager it
eolely dopendod on, to bo of any
great or even lasting benefit to tho
great maKB of tho echool population.
Several parties wore arrested and
1 : 1. ill- .1 f ?< '1
vruugut ueioro mo u. ?>. vjonmns-ion.
ot*, tot* illicit distillation, and lodged
iu jail, one of whom, Jaapor Young,
alter confession, \van rolcascd on bail.
It ie foolish for pcreons to think that
thoy ^au yjolate tho law in thin partinntav
nun i no v<overnnfCnt
Is'determined to eupproas till il.
lioit distillation, and tlio soonfir our
become convinced ui tliia tact,
the better for them. Nino cases out
, of every ton will bo found out, and
it is too great a risk for any pane
man to tnako. Every man lias more
or Ices enemies, and juet hero lies the
extreme diflicnlty of escape, if the
jxoplo cannot distill lawfully, tlioy
ought not to distill at all. This ig
ecufie, aud it is economy also.
A Revenuo ofliccr, on Saturday (
last, after searching two auspicious
looking wagons, in front of our office,
for contraband whiskey, and finding
none, was told by tho owner that ho
couldn't find whiskey "worth a cent,"
and i tiun Iww t>i<l m.l /w.f ? ' ~
HUVI 1IIOII 1IU |MI1IUU UUV U Ulg jug UUV
uf which lie proposed ft treat to all
poisons w ho were "opposed to such
searches." It is needier to add that
ho had an audionoo in a few minutes*
The officer did not proceed to arrest
the jug for its want oi a "stamp."
"Boston is the capital of England,'?
8nid an applicant on his examination
for a certificate to teach in the pub
1 lie schools of tliiH County, the other
day. 11 o got hie certificate, of
com so. God save the children 1
The Ckntknnial ok J 870.?This
highly favored country is about to eelohrato
itH hundredth birthday. Under
its favored privileges, its citizens
have been happy; worshiping God ac-?
[cording to tho dictates of their own
j conacioncos; pursuing their chosen
invocations unmolested; growing rich
and prosperous. Somo lmvo attained
tho most oxalted positions from the
smallest beginnings. This is particularly
applicable to Du. Tutt'b Liver
! Pills. Ton years ago they had but a
limited local reputation, but in this
time, aided by sciontitio rose arch
and conscientious business direction,
they have attained such a colobrity
that thoru is not a country on the
globe that thoy aro not known and
used. Wherever disease prevails, os*pecially
such as result from torpid liv
or, uyapopsm, costivencos, sick lioadacho,
fovor and aguo. and thoy arc
oagorly Hought for.
NOTICK ia hereby givon that npplioation
has beeu made to I. II. Philpot, .Indge of
I'rohato for leave to raftko a Final Settlement
j of the Kdtalo of li. If. Oriflin, /Senior, ilo
i ceased, on Thursday, the 3d day of February
116x1, and to bo finally discharged as Adminlislrators
of said Estate. All persona holding
demands against said Estate will present
ithein on or^before that day legally attested,
j or their claims will be debarred, Those indebted
to the Kstate must also make payment
on or before said day.
8. D. KBITH, 1
J. A. GRIFFIN, \ Adm'ra.
J. C. GUI I'PIN. I
.Tun ft, 1870 18 " " 4
ALL persons having claiiV gainst (he
Ustate of i;. II. Oriflin,T Vdeoeased,
uro hereby notifnd that they avo required to
render before tin us Administrators of said
Estate, iin ncconnt cf their demands duly attested;
and nit persons indebted to utiiil Kstute
tiro icquircd to settle the same foithwith
with lis, or their accounts will Ijo rdaood in
tlie hands of uu attorney for collection.
S. I). KBITII,
1$. F. MORGAN,
Jnn 6, 1870 IK 4
K\ory lxxly wl,<> read tlio Sentinel
vvy nuvnv uiut
Hendricks & "Williams
Ilnve, and will kooj) on bond at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they Wfll
sell aa cheap aa tlio cheapest, consisting
in part of
rannnt a mm r. a i?n
sua A It and COFFKtf,
FLO UK and MOLASSK*,
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CRACK BUS,
CANDY, FISH, TORACCU, <feo.,&o.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Hats, Hoots and Shoes. Rest
Standard 1 *1-intn at 10c. por yard
Ready Made Clothing at ?5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their cuatomora for past
patronage, tlicy solicit a continuance
I of tho same, and cordially invito
i ALL who conic to l'.asiey Station to
| givo them a call.
Health and Beauty CombinedWoman's
IIiuiits,?One vho has long Bindied
litis absorbing sulijec' now presents to
tlio woncn of our country Hio result of his
investigations- Ho is liftppy lo Pay fliat iio
has.ftt last discovered "Woman's Dost Friend"
11 is adapted especially to tlioso cases wliere
tlio womb is disordered, and will euro any iri
regularity of the ''mensos." Dr..!, liradtiolds
I Female Regulator acts like a eliarm in whites
1 A ill a Allflllon nflAftt Af fl?.* KirtAnd.u
from coM, troublo of mi nil or like causes, by j
restoring I ho disohnrgo in every inBtnnco. Al- j
ao in chronic CfiBCB iis notion in prompt nnii j
dociftltc, and saves Iho constitution from j
countless ovils ami premature decay This j
valuable preparation is for sale At $1.60 por j
bottlo l.y nil rfspcolablo Druggists in tho
land, l'ropnrcd nnd sold by L. 11 lirntlfield,
Druggist Athintn, tin., a thousand womon j
touiil v I/. SI u martin
Makiktta, (Ja., March 22, 1870.
Mosbi's. ilrndfiehl & tfo.?Gentlemen:?Wo !
send you two certificates from perfectly roliahlo
persons?would havo sent Ihem beforo j
hut waited to eoc if the cure would prove permanent.
Wm. llUOT & SONS,
Jau. 0, IS <jt, j
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
a rot-* f
V M A CV 11 L
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Provo to all, that I havo as good and ohcap
lot of Confoctious as any to bo found, and
A man who can beat my Stook of Cannod
Gooda. Besides tho above, I have purchased
a stove, and a nioo Luuch of Fresh Oyetors
llad at any lime, provided I am not
Intcmlaut, in which co.sc you might,
A g a i n,
Havo to go homo hungry and moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no such misaforlune nwaila mo, I
cordially invito all my hungry friends to give
mo a oall, ami 1
VV i ?\
Appcftso llicir lnmj^or on short notice and nt
low figures, as my object is to live and let
These hard tiincg. Dont foi'got to cn!l on J.
R. GLAZ13NEK, who can he found in the l'ost
< (tfioe ftt
Doc 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
rnnu boat nud Imndsomost No. R STOVE in
_1_ llio market for $18.00, with 25 pioues.
llam hoilor included, and not. n Muffin King
or Fatty l'an, umoug tho number. How is
that for low.
N. F- BURGESS & CO.
Greenvillo, S. C;, Deo. 2*i, 17 l
PICKKK? fl&Ittll HCflKOOI^.
riHIR Soholastio rear is divided into two
i Terms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
commences .January 17th, ami ends Juno 8<1;
the secr.nd Term commences July l(h, anil
emits November lHth.
Students ontering within I wo weeks after
the commencement of the Terms, will be
charged for the whole Term ; those entering
after this time, from the thin of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the commencement, when tlio several
olasscs avc forming,
Course of StudyPRIMARY
1st Term?Spelling and Heading.
2<1 Term?Spelling and Heading continued;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exorcises in Writing.
' INTUllM B1>1 ATK CI.AfiS.
1st Term?Spelling and Heading continued:
Geography continued; Introducing English
Grammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exorciaca in Writing.
2d Term?Spelling and Heading continued;
Elements ot Written Arithmetic completed.
Intermediate Geography completed; Analytical
English Grammar; Primary U. S. History;
Exercises in Writing.
1st Torin?English Grammar completed; Phy?
sioai Geography; Oommon School Arithinc*
tic; Towns Analysis of Words;
2d Term?Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic - continued; Smaller
Coinposition; ilighor G. 8. History.
PREP A RATOR V DEP \ HI M ENT.
J UN I OH OI.AH8.
1st Term Latin Grammar and Ilarknmnn' Kirai
Lai hi Hook; Latin Header; Davies' Algebra;
History of Hnglaud,
2d Term?Four Hooks of Ctr^nr; Arnold's
second Latin Hook on Analysis of tlie Latin
Sentence; Greek Grammar; Kendriek's
Greek Ollendorff;. Greek Header; Dimes'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
1st Term?Six Hooks of Viriril: Grw k
luinuii ur i KIMAIIY UKI'AUTAiKNT
Junior Cliww, - - 810.00
Intcrmodiulo Clas.s, - ?. J2.50
Senior " . 15.00
Preparatory Department, 20.00
No deduction will bo miulo for lost
limooxcopt from prolongod aiclcnosH.
Monthly report a of punctiility, donortmcnt,
ftnd rocitntionn in oucn stu!l?
...ill i.? c. :. 1 ? 1 ?
VI,, mil <JV iiiI'llimitlU lKirOlllH.
J. II. CAULlSliliS, Principal.
Deo. 23, 1875 17 tf
THE 5UN i columns, from now I
to New Years, post] pnul, uu cla. Aiiurcss
The Sun," N Y.
Render completed; Plain Geometry; Higher
Composition and Rhetoric.
2d Term?Sallust's ('ataline & Jugurtha;
Xcnophou'B Anabasis; Higher Algebra
commenced; Solid and Spherical Geometry
1st Term?Cicoro'sSeleot Orations; Xenophons
Memorabilia; Trigonometry and Surveying;
Roman History; Latin Proso (Joinposition.
2d Term?Horace entiro;"Six Hooks of the
lliiuls: Greek Prose Composition; Algebra
The ubovo com'so will prcparo cim
didntcs for admission into tho Sophomoiib
Cfi\ss of any ot our Southern
Collogos. Studonts, who do not stand
n BixtifjCactory examination upon tho
sovoral studios c>l ouch cIuhs, will not
bo allowed tho privilogo to ndvanco to
the next higher, hut bo rotainod in
such class, till nil tho studies of it bo
WHEN YOU COME TO PICKS J
ENS, where you will iiad a
FKKSI1 STOCK of
IS I BODIS,
BOOTS, SHOES & IIATS,
Crockcry and Tinwaro.
A LOT OF GOOD
Tohccou and Sogirs,
In short,, a httlo of everything.
Cull in, and if you dont soo what you
A ol r I-4 I 4.
1 vo?v 1 or it.
Oct 14, 1875
aniTLEmrs mmm goods,
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
SADDLES, BK IDLES and
H A R NESS,
SUGAR, COFFE, DA CON LARD
SY11UP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY ?fc SOft'S.
Wo linto rcoelvod our
Full unci Winter C4t>o<1s*
and aro prepared to dell goods at low figures.
Wo hav? on hand two car loads of 8alt ami
two car loads of liagging ami Tics, whioli
wc propose to sell at (Jroonvillo prioos.
? Highest ca?ti priuo- paid for Gitlon,
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Trices.
noStf H. E. nOLCOMBR A SON.
m?B FIRST SKW810N of the aboro Sohool
I ?Sll t 1? * " * ^ -
win imnin mominy, ine ?a any of January,
For terms, eto., AddrMn tho Prinoifml,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Knnloy, Sfnlioii, S, C. i
Ju?0, 187G 18 3 ui
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Mechanic, Inventor, Farmer, or Professional
man, to keep informed on all the im?
j provoment1? and discoveries of tho age.
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years, does this, to an uxtout boyond thst of I
any umer puDiioation, in faot it is tho only
weekly paper published In tho Unitod States,
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Every number is profnsely Illustrated and
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Branch oifioo, Cor. F. & 7lh Streets, Washington,
Jan 0, 1870 __18 3
TALL AND WINTER GOODS!
VOWR ATTENTION IS MOST RESPECT
JL fully called (o the largest and dcoidedly
tlie CHEAPEST Stook of Goods thai has
ever been exhibited in WoBt Greenville ; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., cto.
Our pvioeu aro bo low that no house this
side of New York oan under-soll us.
We sell Goods Btriotly for OA.SI1, which
enablos ne to mako tho abovo declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a largo lot of
DOORS, 8ASII and ULlNDS, at prices thai
ne uihi) Keep on nana ft lar^e lot of tliofe
nelcbrfUcd ORANGE l'LOW STOCKS, lo
which we invite your attontion.
Wo havo also oouncoted lo our 8torc, ft
a Large WAGON YARD, with ft weH of Good
Water, which in Frco and OPEN to Ai.l.
C ELY As BROTHER,
Greenville S. C., October 1, 1875. noOtf
yiinilai OTrt ptiyilcwO, tr^fnjujj, JUnxrtton no'wl i'?p
JtialHrfWnofcH ui<1 poBM^tujuf rail r?oJ. nnd foloift itf\lJ
HmJIsUsxi. Uir libi?( i uJ?l CatJffiUo iCBBjrflifttnru?>L?
YYai b;r hv -lskm.
ATTORKKY ANl)(!OVN9BM.OR AT ?,AW,
QREENVaLE, S. C.
o raclicoa in tlic Circuit ourl bih\ Court u
_L l'robntc fov iMckcns ounfy.
Way IT, 42 Cm
FITN ANI> KPILEPAY
positively ourtdi The ensos, of
oai airtuding, i?y Dr. Hebbard's Curcf
A liolMo son! IVoo (n nil ndili'^s.sinp; J. 8. I>iis.
ulkm, Druggie, 814 jilt Ave , N V.
K NT I It K NEW STOCK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOM Till)
citiaone of Piykons County rtp.d
surrounding country, tliftt i
havo oponed n now and
froeh stock of
UK Y -GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, i
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KKROSKiV OIL.
F lm\*n mwl :11 n ?
koop on hand quantities <>l BACON,
MOLASSKS, and 8ALT.
I have just lecoived <100 Hacks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting of
wholo barrels, linlf barrel# and quarter
baiToIa; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
Hack's Co flue. -VI! of whioh will bo
sold cheaper lluui in any other Country
Store in Pickens. All who wish
the above articles at low prices, will
iio will to call on me, beloie purchase
I want delivered :vt Liberty 1000,^
000 ShinglcF; 10,000 bushols of Corn;
lor both ot which tho highest market
priqos will bo paid.
H. JU. IIOLCOMBE.
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1875?tf
HAYING FORMED A PARTNERQTTTD
T V 'PTTTO \tyiuu\T'nTn
J- a i J u ill i J l1'
T II R
PTmrTVMs nnrrTvr TTOTTRP.
VV13 JI1AV E IN STOllIi" AND TO
arrive a largo aiul well solcclod
Hi a* ^ a? S. <$$.
;-v ? ' v "^8
GROCERIES, HATS AND CATS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for rt.'ilo not only
choap, but extremely low down lor
CASH OR BAHTErtWe
reppcctfully invito our friends
and the public in gonecal to call and
oxamino our stock v. lion the}' como to
town, before nui'fthiwinif nlBnwhnrn.
BROWN & IIENORIOKS.
Nov 18, 1875 1L>
Member of our firm Ins just lvnniol from
New York where lie purrhns-.< 1 the largest Htoek
of General Merchandise ever brought to this
Loose on (lie streeta would not rrenle the cx?
eiteinent rind wonder, licit our prices do.
15esf prints nt only ten cents, n.nd oilier
goods at proportionate prices, Polite clerks
nlways in iiltcndiincc, ua 1 iea?ly to placo
j our goods
Stilisfuc.tion guaranteed or no f vlc. Large
Stork of Groceries, Coftoo, .'Migur, MuI:i.?sch,
Holtoni Figures. JFaln and Caps, I!oo(s and
Shoes of cverv griulo and ] rieos. In fact,
anytime needed iho huiHct uui bo had nt
Hudgins & Bolt's.
Remember i!ih( Iliis Hlnnd i.- in ihe Masonic
Hnll ltuil.liiifr, fronting f!io Hotel, just below
I lio Depot of
Kuttloy Station, October <?, 1S7~>. (iif