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Wo call attention to tho now advortisomontsin
We call attention to tho advertisement
of Mr. R. E. Llolcombe & Son,
ju this issuo.
There was enough castor oil sold
at the salo the othor da v. to nur??
J 9 -- I Dthe
wholo couuty of ali its impurities.
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Tlio unprecedented warm woathor
still continues, and wo still hear of
p'oilt meat both in town and county.
The winter thus lar has boon the
warmest experienced for years.
Wo call attention to tbo milling
notice of our friend J. Calhoun Griffin.
Ho will do tho grinding for persons
gratia. This ia certainly a rare
offer, milling business is a
great bore; and we aro glad to know
that some one lms taken pity upon
tlie town. Success to him.
M ies Annie, tho daughter ot Mr.
P. A. Porter, died on Monday mom.
iiig early, of typhoid pneumonia. We
extend our sympathies to tho parents
and family in their sad bereavement.
On Satnrdnv 9,9d inof o fr??i <1nlloi>
_-v , ?,
bill was extracted from tlio money
drawer of Me6srs. Brown & Hendricks.
They know tiio party who
did tho stealing, and, if tho money is
not returned, tho thief will look
through tho bars of tho jail. If tho
tr.onoy be returned, however, no
questions will be asked and ho will
A I t-_ ? W.
?uerooj save uimseii irom punishiiiont.
Hie glass, which tho hail storm
broke out last spring in tho Court
House, tho County Commissioners
should replace betoro the Murcli term
of the Courij otherwise IIis Honor,1
wtix;?-o vu'jku, migui not uo very com
furtablo, and, consequontlv, not very
well pleased, llis LLonor, wo know,
.. Our excellent Judge of Probat be^
jng called upon the other day to per
form the nuptial ceremony for n cous
jile, did it in quite a novel Btvlo
Alter going through the usual introductory
uuil wading through the
"middle of tho argument," ho reached
the conclusion tbusly; uIn tho
presence ot these witnesses you will
tako this woman to he your lawful
and wedded wife, so help you God.'*
He evidently got things mixed.
Tlio Stove Agents, whj sold a num
bor of stoves in and around town lust
Fall, Lave been making tilings lively
recently collecting. They sold their
ttovea for $47?an enormous price,
and some purchasers learning that as
it uot bettor, stoves can bo
sought for $18, did not liko to liqui
date their notes. Wo learn that in
ono instance, where tho only alterna^
oivo was to re-capture the stovo, tboy
re-sold it for $20. This was cMng
the businoss up "Brown," wo think*
Our esteemed friend Capt. Thornley,
wo see, is making an addition to
* his house* The frame of tho now ad
dition is already in its place IIo it)
tends remodeling the entire dwelling,
k It will bo a great addition and ornament
to that part of town. The spir
it of improvement, wo hope, is beginning
lo rovivo among us. A rapid
spirit of improvement amoiur our
, citizens is tho only tiling tlint can
* now save us. If wo "lie supinely and
inertly on onr backs and hug tho do*
lusivo phantom of hope" only, and
fail to put forth our legitimate onergios
for its improvement, it is now n
completed town. A town that will j
noi neip ltselt, cannot reasonably ex
pect others to hel}> them.
Our preachers continuo to disap*
point us. On Sunday, last, tho people
aeaoinblcd, but no minister put in
his appearanco. This in t< o bad;
they should know positively whether
to go to church or not. It it) no jittlo
disappointment to those who have
to ride a distanco to church. Preaching
has becomo quite infrcqnont for
* tho last six months. Without this
great oleinont of moral and religious
culture, tho masses of thu iioonln inuat
* i r
deteriorate. There is ft great respon
eibility resting souiowbcrr. ,
ur_ 1 >1 * U. ?* n I
??u muni mai jmlp. ii<. tl. Jiirton,
en Monday last, captured another j
distillory and eonteuts?consisting of
eight stands of beor and a quantity
of "singling?," Tliis still belong to
uo ono, of course, as no person was
been tbero or thereabout. These
stills are wonderful tilings?possessing
a sort of automatic powor for
generating corn whiskey. This whig
key business had better cease, for
Boino ono is sure to got hurt, while
According to previous announcement,
the sale at auction of tho merchandise
ot E. II. Gfiffin,' dccoasod,
took place on Tliui'dday ^and Friday
lllftfl. Tl?A QoIa ' i??oa
.mv oxiu nno nun UVIUIIUUU
both days and, considering tho tightness
of money and its great scarcity,
wo think that, gonorally, tho goods
sold woll.. Aftor soiling two days,
tho sale was stopped till further notice.
There was a goodly number of
persons in at'endanco.
A Baptist Preaoiier Testifies.?
Dr. Tutt: Dear Sir:?Having uaod in
my family for six years your Expoctorant,
I deem it duo to yoursolf nnd
tho public to Btato that 1 havo uniformly
found it oflicicnt in ros
liovitig and curing pulmonary disoaBes.
I am strictly opposod to quackory,
but touching this very pleasant
and oxcellent modicino "1 havo testified
that which I do know and that
which I havo exporioneod." RcspocU
fully yours, J. C. IIabmiiovks,
Pastor Baptist Church, Elmira, N. Y
March 19, 1874.
171LOWER and Vegetable Seeds are the best
. the world produces. The aro planted by
n .nilltnr. - * ?? * " . . I
.. ........... (iouiiiu hi /vmuricn, tinu mo result is
beautiful Flowers and splendid Vegitablcs.
A Priced Catalogue sent free to all who cu?.
| close tho postage?a 2 cent stamp.
VICK'S Floral and Vegetable Garden ia Iho
moat beautiful of the kind in tho world. It
contains nearly 160 pages, hundreds of fine
illustrations, end four Chromo Plates of Flowers,
beautifully drawn and colored from nature.
Price 85 cents in paper covcre: G6 cts
bound in elegant cloth.
VICK'S Floral Guiilo. This is a beautiful
Quarterly Journal, finely illustrated, and containing
an elegant colored Frontispiece will)
the first number. Price only 26 cents for the
year. The first number for 1870 just issued.
Address JAMES VIOK, Rochester, N. Y.
Jan 27, 1870 21 8
APPI.ICATION has been mado to I. II.
Philpot, Enq., Judge of l'robate, for
i icKcns comity, tor lcftvc to make a Final
( Settlement of tlio Estates of A. 0. Field, deceased,
on Monday, the 28th day February
next, and to ho discharged therefrom as
vr. a. FIELD, Ex'or.
Jan 27, 1877 21 4
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
n ' >
A 1UK.ENH \JOUNTY,
In Probate Court.
NOTICE is heredy given, that Florin Qriffin
has made application to mc, to have
a Homestead set off to her, out of the Estate
of her lute husband, E. II. CriiBn, Jr., daceased.
If no good causo be shown to the
contrary, .'he same will be granted on tho
21st day of February, A. D. 1870.
i. ii. l'hilpot, j.p.p.o.
Jan 20, 187G 20 6
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
Jnnies M. MoFnll, deceased, by Note,
Acoonnt or otherwise, will please come for*
ward and sctlle, or their evidences of indebt*
edness will bo placed in the hands of an
officer for collection. Tho business of tho
Estate must be wound up.
W. T. McFALL, Adm'r.
Jan 13, 4876 10 4
r, K is hereby given that Stephen Ladd, |
1 una mis uny mcii IMS peiUlOn 111 tllC UOUrl
of I'robnto for l'iokena County, to havo his
Homestead Hot off; tho samo will bo heard on
(Saturday, tho 19th day ?f February, 187(i.
Given under my hand and seal, this the
10th day of January, 1870.
I. II. l'llILl'OT, j.p.p.c.
Jan 18, 1870 ' 19 4_
ALL persons indebted to us on any account,
limsi i'ositivkj<y coino forward and make
8cUlcinont on or by tho first day of February
next, or iheir accounts will bo put in tho
hands of an ollicor for collcction. A word to
the wiso ia niflicient.
11. E. HOLCOMUK & SON.
Kaaloy, S.C., Jan 3, 1870. 18 If
Health and Beauty CombinedWoman's
Rioiits,?One who has long studied
this absorbing subject now presents to
tho wonen of our country tho result of hia
investigations' Ho is happy to say that ho
Itnu r.l InuI. ?l\Vnn>an'<. Ilool
It in rt?lu|.tespecially to those casos whore
tho womb is disordered, and will euro any irregularity
of tho "menses." Dr. J, llradfiolds
Fcmalo Regulator acts liko ft charm in whites
or in ft sudden cheek of the "monthy courses'
from cold, trouble of mind or like causcs, by
restoring the discharge in every instanco. Also
in chronic cases its action is prompt And
tloniflivo. Ami qilvou lltA rtnnulihillnn f? /-*?>?
countless evils and premature deoay This
valuable preparation is for salto at $1.50 por
botilo l.y all rcspoctablo Druggists in tho
land. Prepared and sold by L. II Hradfiold,
Druggist Atlanta, Ga., a thousand women
testify to its merits.
Marirtta, Qa., March 22, 1870.
Messrs. nniuiioiu 04 wo.?ucntlomen:?Wo
send you two certificates from perfectly reliable
persons?would havo 8ont tljein beforo
but waited to eco if the cure would prorc permanent.
Wm. ROOT & SONS,
I Jau. t'?, IB -It.
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Prove to nil, that I havfc as good and cheap
lot of Confcotiona as any to bo found, and
A man who can beat my 8took of Canneu
Qoods. Besides the above, I have purchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Frosh Oysters
Ilud at any time, protidod ? am not !
Intondant, in which case you might,
I ir?? i_ ? ?
"i?? <-? gu nomo nungry and moneyless,
Hoping no such missfortune awaits mc, I
cordially invito nil my hungry friends to give
mc a call; aud I
Appcaso llieir hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
These hard times. Dont forgot to call on J.
It. GLAZENElt, who can be found in the 1'ost
I)eo 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
rIIIIB Lost and handsomest No. 8 STOVE in
JL tlio market for ?18.00, with 2/i pieces.
Ham boiler included, and not a Muffin lling
or i'atty Pan, among tho number. IIow Is
that for low.
N. F- BUROESS & CO.
Greenville, S. C.. Deo. 28, 17 4
Everybody who read tho Sentinel
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
llave, and will keep on band at
A well eelectod etock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as the cheapest, consist
nig in part oi
BACON AND LARD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUR AND MOLASSE*,
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE AND CRACKERS,
i/ajxux, i? ihii, jl'UUAUUO, &c.,&o.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Hats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready M?dn Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Tbankincr their e.natnrr?Ai*a fr??? no.t
? D ??? w .vi puac
patronage, thoy solicit a continuance
of tbo same, and cordially invito
ALL who come to liasloy Station to
give them a call.
NOTICE io hereby given that application
lias bfifili madn In I II I'l'-l""1 t...I ? -?
... uuugt: Ul
Probate for leave to make a Final Settlement
of the Estate of E. II. Griffin, .Senior, deceased,
on Thursday, tho 3d day of February
next, and to bo finally discharged as Admin,
iterators of said Estate. All porsons holding
demands against said Estate will present
them on or'beforo that day legally attested,
or their claims will be debarred. Thoso indebted
to tlie Estate must also make payment
on or bofore said day.
Cl I\ f/Olfitr v
w. as. aril l XI, I
J. A. GRIFFIN, V Adm'rs.
J. C. GRIFFIN, J
Jan C, 187(5 1H 4
ALL persons having claims against Iho
listato of E, II. Griffin, Jr., deceased,
arc hereby notified that they are required to
render boforo us as Administrators of tmi.l
Estate, an account cf their demands duly attested;
and all persons indebted to said Ks*
tato are required to nettlo the same forthwith
with us, or their accounts will be placcd in
the hands of an attorney for collection.
8. D. KKIT1I,
11. F. MORGAN,
Jan 6, 1876 18 4
Prepare for Winter.
Don't lot tho winda of wintnr finrl
your windows without sanhos, or good
wholo doors, but havo thorn fittod at
onco from tho manufactory of Mr. P
P. Toai.k, whoho advortlwomont is in
no is niHO hoio agent ior tho "National
Mixed I'aint Co.," who warrant
their paint not to mack, peel or fa<lo.
Any one can apply it.
J ;__! ! i i f?
NEW ADVERTISEMENT I
If iff I
WITl?'Nr VrvTT ftnirn n?v-\ mmr
" ""J.1 JLVU WMCJ 1U 1'JUJIV.S
ENS, whoro 3'ou will find a
FRESH STOCK of
COOTS, SHOES & IIATS,
Crockery and Tinware.
A LOT OF GOOD
Tsbaceoes and Segm.
Iu short, a little of everything.
I Gall in. ilfif! if vnn Hnnf ann urh?t
? 1 ? .. j uvv v; ::t%i J VII
Ask For It.
W. T. McFaix.
Oct 14, 1875
vnuuri mm eooss.
Bool's, SI10ES, and nATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LKSTjRY .Sr.
Wo hate received our
Vail and Winter J ??ds,
and are prepared to rfoll goods at low figured.
Wo b&vo on hand two car loads of Salt and
two oar loads of Uagging and Tics, which
wo propos? to sell at Qreenville prices.
Highest oash price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prioos.
, nofltf H. B. HOLCOM11R & SON.
THE FIRST ?S'K8S10N of the above School
will begin Monday, the 3d divy of Jannary,
For terms, etc., address (he I'rincipal,
I J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Eaulcy, Station, S, C.
I Jan 0,1876 19 3m
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ingion, D. C.
j Jan 0, 1870 18 3
(ALL AtlS OTTER GOODS!
Your attention is most respectfully
called to the largest and decidedly
Iho CHEAPEST (stock. of Oooda thai 1ms
over been exhibited in West Greenville ; conBiBting
Of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc.. etc.
Our prices arc so low tlmt no house this
side of New York cr?n uniler-scll ug.
Wo sell Goods strictly for C&SI1, which
enables us to make tlio above declaration.
iic nuep uonsianuy on nana a largo lot of
DOORS, 8ASII and BLINDS, at prices that
Wo also keep on liaiul a large lot of those
celebrated GltANOE PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invite your attention.
Wc have al.so connected to our Store, a
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Gooil
Water, which is Free and Oi'KN to An.
rr.rY A- ititirrin/.K
(Irccnvillo S. C., October 1, 1873. noOlf
E. J. POTTER, M- D.
KASIJ5Y STATION, S. (J.
(""i KADUATK of a rcpular chartered school.
t The Dr. will respond to nil calls with
dispatch. All cases strictly confidential.
Private diseases treated in all their varied
lorma, with the crroni of youth and I lie dis-?
eases of women ami children.
Jan (>, 1870 IS .1m
Notice to .Administrators, Executors,
Guardians & Trustees.
ALF? Administrators, Executors, Guardians
and Trustees arc hereby notified that tlie
law requires thom to make llieir annual returns
to litis oIlico during the month of Janu^
ary of each year. Look out defaulters.
I. II. IMIIU'OT, J.I-P.C.
Jan 20, 187? 20 4
ATTOBNRY ANI> OOUNSKLLOIl AT i.AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
I in I lin </'- -i
I ... ...x. - -I. vim wuii Him vuun u
* 1_ Probate for Pickcny ounty.
May 1ft <12 * fim
FITS *N1> KI>ILi:i*HY
powitively cured. The w?v?f ohhos, of lon<?|
ost sinnilinR, i>y using Dr. Hebbard's Curef
A liolllo MlMYl IYl'0 It) :ill Uililie isin^C J. L'lll.
- H1.BK, Dvuggi.'l, Ml uli Ave., N. \
I NK.VV AIWUIjkiu""""
i aiuv x lOQIU J'JJM
liberty Station, LULL
ENTIRE HTEtV STO Kt
I KESPEUTFULLY IMFOM TUB
citizons of Pickons County and
surrounding country, that I
havo oponod a now and
frosh stock of
? A v ' v?f JLV v.?' J
boots and shoes, j
Hardware & crockery,
lamps & kerosen oil.
I liavo now and will continually
kcop on hand quantilios ot liACONf
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I have just received 400 Racks Flour;
20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting of
whole barrels, half barrels and quarter
barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks Coffee. All of which will bo
sold cheaper than in any other Country
Storo in Pickens. All who wish
. i - - -
liio aoovc arliclos at low prices, will
do will to call on mo, bcforo purchase
, V ' ? -V "f >f "V " * ^
1 want dclivorod i\t Liberty 1000*
000 Shingles; 10,000 Initthula of Corn)
lor both ol which the highest mnrkot
pricoa will bo paid.
S. M. IIOLOOM BIO.
1 Liborty Station, Doc. 7, 1375 ?tf
HEW nil NEW BOOBS!
N ew ' Prices !
HAVING FOItMKD A PAKTNKR.
Oin n i vr -----
Oiiir THH MKltUANTIE
BUS IN ESS, AN1)
t ii r
i\T A j/ WTTfi n A T T
1VX A.ki \J jlN i \j 1 1 /V JjLm
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
WE IE AVE IN STOllR* AND TO
nrrivo n largo ami woll Hclcctod j
GROCERIES, 11ATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
Pol* Nvhlch WO oflfor for rtr.1.*
cheap, but extro.ncly low down lot*
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invito our frionds
and tho public in general to call and
oxamino our stock wlion they como to
town, beforo purchasing elsowhero.
P.UOWN & HENDRICKS.
Nov 18, 1875^ 12
Member of uitr firm linr. Jus! returned front
New York where lie^mrchsiseil I lie largestatock
of (ieucrul Meroluuuliso ever brought to tliiit
| Market. A
V ^ ^lupnuni
f,oopc on (lie streets would not create tho ox?
citemont nnd wonder, that our prices do.
ltcst prints at only ten cents, and other
goods at proportionate prices, l'olite clerks
always in attendance, nud ready to plaoe
Satisfaction guaranteed or nn "?les. l-argo
Stock of Groceries, Coffee, Sugar, Molluscs,
Hot torn Figure?. Hats ami Caps, Hoots ami
Shoes of every grade ami prices. In fact,
anything needed hy the farmer can bo had at
Hudcins & Bolt's.
Hetnenilicr llmf lliis Mfiml iw In HicMnfiftnio
Mull Building, fronling I lie Hotel, just below
(lie I)opo( of
Kaisley flaliun, Oclol'ei l^7">.