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Our streots look almost deserted;
t business is dull. Ergo, tho farmers
are busy preparing tor the coming
seed time. .
Cold weather is again upon as. As
we have liad no winter thus far, we
suppose ? >8 yet to come. A late,
cold spring is reasonably expected.
These extrerooe in tcmpet aturo cannot
fail to prod oco sickness.
Wo call attention to the County
Treasnrer's notice in reference to tho
Air Lino Railroad Tn*?a Wn
for ft merry tiino in Pickens boforo a
great wliilo over these same taxes.
Our Treasurer means business this
time, lie doe3, nnd no mistaks. "Est
aapienti vcrbiun sat."
Neither Crooked nor straight whie*
key baa any placo among us now
Wo have consequently, and noceaaa
rially becomo a sober people; for the
officers of tbo law tiro doing thoir
duty, and have well nigh drivon it
from our borders.
At n lute meeting of tho Baptist
State Mission Board of South Carolina,
the Rev, Geo. W. Singleton was
?|)jioinieu ior me general mission
work in tlio Twelve Mile River A69o*
elation for tlie year 187G.
Died, at her residence, seven inilo
East ot Greenville, Texas, on the 7th
January, 187G, Mrs. Susanna Gaines,
wife of Elish a P. Gaines and daughter
of F. N. and Elizabeth Garvin.
Old Lad)-, in the door?arms akimbo
and sleeves rolled an. Yon.
Adeline Malinda Lucy June, run
over to McFnll'e and get mo some of
liia Cheese, for I can't injure no oth?cr.
And a voico was heard in the
distance, saving: uFivo pounds of
Good Cheese for one dollar at McFall'e
Our County Treasni cr is still going
the rc-uuds to hid different appoiutiacPivo
to collcct the taxes, hut few
^ come forward and pay. They are
v???uui?, jH-.rimps, iur an extension of
(imo. and llicv may be disappointed.
If all wait till the lust, some w ill not |
get to pay oil acc unit of ilte rush;
then comes the penalty. The o'd
a\iug that "thoro is luck in letsure'*
would not be tn.e in tlmir canes.
We did tint mean to Bay in our
V last week's issue that Mr J C. Gritlin
did the milling gratis, hut iuteu?
to suy liisj carrying tho corn and
returning tho meal was gratis. The
former would l?o a little too good; it
would bo more than our perverted
litttnan nature could bear. We make
this correction in order to keep so
many fiom annoying our young
townsman with tho question: Vllallol
x Cal, you are grinding tor the public
. gratis, hoy ?"
A negro hung around tho store of
vuw u? uur mercuants all last week
find tho beet part of litis, wanting to
give a lion on (tie future crop for a
piece of "Old JJod." If ho had been
at work duiing tho time ho spent in
trying to negotiate, ho could have
* made tlio money and paid tho cash.
This i) one of the many instances o!
the bad, and wo might say sad, effects
ol the present lion law. It they
give a lien to ttio merchant fur sup- |
plies, idleness baa become so fashion
able and respectabio among them
that they, in most instances, after
the land owner has taken liis ronts?
^ have nothing left upon which ihe
morchant can lien. The negro, to be
success, most woik more, and dab^
ble in politics less.
The Rev. Geo. W. Singleton, who
has just returned from an extensive
trip traveling over almost the whole
of North cost Georgia, reports the
prospects for a good wheat crop aa
quite flattering, especially ah ng the
Higbtower (upper Etawa) ltiver, and
that the early sown oats are looking
very fine. Old farmers say the pros
p?ct for a good harvest has not boen
better sinco tho Indians gave up
their lands. lie says tliero is a aroni
complaint about (lio scnreity of
( money. Almost every farmer lost
more or lees meat, by the unusual
warm weather, about Christmas. Da
eon will be unusually high in tl at
scction during the coming summer.
The following officers of Pickens*
ville Grange, No. 350, Patrons ot
Husbandry were installed for the
present year on the 15th ult:
J. B. Griffin, W. M.
Lahan Mauldin, O.
G. A. Russell, L.
T. W. Russell, 8.
Jacob Pickle, Chap.
G. W. MoOlanahan, A. S.
Stephen B. Watson, Treas.
L. C. Neal, Sec.
G. M. Watson, Q. K.
Mrs. Laban Muuikiin, Cores.
Mias Sail jo Oats, Pomona.
Miss Mattlo Picklo, Flora.
Mrs. L. O. Noal, L. A. S.
Tito various Granges in the Count)'
will appoint a committee from eacl,j
to meet at as early a day as practicable
to arrange tho preliminaries for
the organization of a County Fair, to
he holden next Fall.
+ 4^ +
A Baptist Pueaciikh Testifieh.?
Dr. Tutt: Doar Sir:?Having uaod in
r ?i *? **
my. iiunny ior six years your Uxpoctorant,
I doom it duo to yoursolf and
tho public to stato that 1 havo uni~
formly found it cfliciont in ros
lioving and curing pulmonary disoasos.
I am strictly opposed to quackory,
but touching this very pleasant
and oxcollont modicino "1 havo testified
that which I do know and that
I which I-havo experienced.'' Itoppoctfully
yours. J. C. HARonovifs
Pastor Baptist Church, Eltuira, N. Y
March 19, 1874.
A destructive firo occurred at Ninoty
Six, S. C., December 21st, by which,
four storos valued at $20,000 were
burned. The further spread of the
\;uiiuugruuon, wini proDaDio destruction
of tho wholo town and loss of
several hundred thousand dollars
worth of proporty, and many lives,
was prcventod by tho arrival of a
Great American Firo Extinguisher, an
Agonl happening to como in town
at the nick of timo. For full particular,
seethe Abboville Medium and
Newberry llerald of tho following
Air. P. P Tonlo, Charleston, S. C.,
is tho General Southern Agent for the
Great. American Firo Extinguisher,
and will answor all inquiries in regard
to the same.
Will You Beliove ftWoman's
15kst Fhiksic?To relieve I lie
ncliin icart of woman and bring joy where
sorrow reigned supreme, is a mission before
which the smiles of kings dwindle into utter
insignificance. To do this is the peculiar
province of Dr. J. llradfield's Female Regulator:
which from the numberless cure* it bus
accomplished. is appropriately styled Woman's
Uest Friend. The distressing complaint
known as the "whites," and the various
irregularities of the womb, to which woman
is subject disappear Hkc magic before a singlo
bottle of this wonderful compound. It is
prepared by L. H. Bradficld, Druggist, Atlanta,
Ga., and sold a'. $1.50 per bottle by respectabjo
Drug men everywhere. Physicians i
prescribe it. Its action is prompt, sure and '
Now in Perfect Health ,
Near Mariktta, Ga., Majrcli 21, 1870.
Messrs. Win. Hoot & SoilV.?Gentlemen:
Some months ago I bought a bottle of Brad- i
fiold's Female Regulator from you, and have
used it in my family with tho utmost satisfaction,
and have recommended it to three j
other families and they have found it just
what it ia recommended. The females who '
have used your Regulator are now in perfect
health, and are able to attend to thoir household
duties, and wo cordially recommend it j
to the public. Yours respectfully,
llev II. II. Johnson.
Feb 3 22 4
STATF OF SOUTII CAROLINA, j
Pickens County. '
IN PROBATE COURT.
Andrew J Cothran Plaintiff, against William i
J Cot In an, Joseph W Cothran, Benjamin (
F CotJiran, Martha E Cothran, Eliza Colli- i
ran, Mahala Buttles, Mary DoJson, alias <
oiary n arris, juho minium, Uebccca Mc- t
Kiney, Ihompson W Tolleson, and all per- I
sons or owners, having or claiming to have
any interest in the promises sought to be
partitioned in this notion, Defendants. (
Copy of Summons. t
Petition and Complaint for Partition of Real 1
Estate, &c. 1
To William J Cothran, Joseph W Cothran, '
Benjamin F Cothran, Martha GCothran, ElizaCothran,
Mahalla Suttles, J/ary Dodson, alius
Mary Harris, Jane Durha?, Ilcbecca McKiuey,
Thompson W Tolleson, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming to have any
interest in tho premises sought to be par
lutouou 111 hup action, iegai iiciih, reprcsen- I
tatives and assignoes of Samuel W Cothran t
deceased, who died inteBtate: (
You are hereby required to appear at the i
Court of Probalo to bo holdon at Pickens 1
Court House on Friday the 7th day of /lprii
next, at 11 o'clock a. m.t for Pickens County,
to Bhow cause, if any you can, why the Heal
Estate of Samuel W. Cothran, deceased, des. c
cribed in tho Petition and Complaint of An, k
drew J. Cothran, filed In my office, should
not be divided or Bold, allotting to tho unitl
Andrew J. Cothran, ono undivided seventieth
of the whole, and to each of the Defendants
above named, whatever portion of the same, "
they may legally bo entitled to receive.
Given under my hand and seal of oflico at t
Piokens Court House, this the 20th day of <
January A, D. 1870. <
I. ir. PII1LPOT, J.p.p.o. (
C, L. HOLLINQ8WORTII, 5
Jim 20, 1870 22 0
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Prove to all, that I have as gootl artd cheap
lot of Confections as any to bo foutidf and
A man who can boat ray Stock of Canned
Goods. 13cslde8 the abovo, I havo purchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
Itad nl nnw ?!...? ! ' * '
? w.i.v, jjuuviucu i am nol
Inlcndnnt, in which csisc yon miglit,
ii??? ?- ? ?
vu yu nomc nungry ruid moneyless,
B u t
Hoping na such mib.-fofltino awaits me, I
cordially invito all my tiiltigry frienila to give
tnc a call, anil I
Appease their hunger on short notice anil at
low figures, aa my objccL is to live anil let
These hard times. Dont forget (o call on J.
It. GLAZKNElt, who can be found in (ho Post
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
milR host and handsomest No. 8 STOVE in
X the market for ?18.00. with 25 pioccn.
Ham boiler included, and not a MuUin Ring
or Patty Pan, among tho number. How is
that for low.
N. F- BURGESS & CO.
Greenville, S. C., Dec. 23, 17 4
Evorybody who rend tho Skntinel
to know that
Hcndricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MEUOn ANDISE, which they will
aell as cheap as the cheapest, consist
nig in part ot
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFF1310,
FLOUR and MOLASSI^,
LEATHER and SALT,
CIIKESE and CRACKERS,
CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, &c., &o.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Cliil*
J l rr .i. n . 1 ^
urun u lJiiiB, I30018 ana siioes. Uest
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, j)er suit.
Thanking their customers for pa&t
patronage, they solicit a continuance
jf tho same, and cordially invito
ALL who come to Easioy Station to
jive them a call
I71I.OWKK ami Vegetable Seeds nro (lie best
. tlie world urodiifinn Tim n? k..
. , "jr
i million people in America, and I ho result is
jeauliful Flowers mul splendid Vegetables.
\ Priced Catalogue sent free lo all who ens
:lose the postage?ft 2 cent stamp.
VICK'S Floral and Vegetable Garden is the
nost beautiful of the kind in the world. It
jontains nearly 150 pages, hundreds of fine
llustrations, and fourChromo l'lates of Flowsrs,
beautifully drawn and colored from naurc.
Price 35 cents in paper covers: 05 cts
mind in elegant cloth.
VICK'S Floral Guide. This is ft beautiful
Quarterly Journal, finely illustrated, find conaining
an elegant colored Frontispiece with
he first number, l'rico only 25 cents for the
fear. The first number for 187(5 just issuod.
\iMress JAMES VIHK, Rochester, N. Y.
Jan 27, 1870 21 3
I1WAL H KTTIi KM KMT,
Arri.iuATiun twis been made to I. If.
. l'liilpot, Esq., Jiulgc of Probate, for
'ickens County, for leave to make a Final
Settlement of the Estates of A. G. Field, tie:easeil,
on Monday, the 28lh day February
icxt, and to be discharged therefrom as
S sec u tor.
W. G. FIELD, Ex'or.
Jan 27, 1877 211 4
3TATB OF SOU HI CAROLINA.
In Probato Court.
NOTICE is hcrcdy given, that Florin flriffm
has rondo application to roc, to have
i Homestead set off to her, out of tho Estate
>f hor late husband, E. 11. Griffin, Jr., diseased.
If 110 good oauso bo bIiowii to the
ionlrnry, the samo will be granted 1hi tho
Jlst day of February, A. I). 187<?.
I. II. IMIILrOT, j.r.P.o.
Juu 'JO, 1870 'JO G
I TWWT I
WHEN YOU COME TO PICK-*
ENS, where von will fln.l ?
FRESI1 STOOlv of
D R Y GOODS,
Boors, shoes & hats,
Crockery and Tinware.
A LOT OP GOOD
Tobaccos: and Sogars,
In short, n little of everything.
Call in, and if you dont soe what you
Ask For It.
Oct 14, 1875
rrrMTTTMPvi'? pnuMicofMft RAMM
vt n tMhUMti w i WiViUUilltltf UVUUtti
cool's, SHOES, and HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At, W A TiRST.RV -f. cj/wu
... IV MV/X1 U,
Wo have received our
Fall uimI Winter CJ oods?
and are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of Haggine and Ties, which
we propone to sell at tlroonvillo priccs.
Highest cash price paid for C>tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
noSlf H. E. HOLCOMDE & SON.
rnilK FlllST SESSION of the above School
JL will begin Monday, the 8d day of Jan
For terms, ctc., address tlio Principal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Easlcy, Station, S, C. t
Jan 0,1870 18 3tn \
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AUresa DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.
Aouiti ffiikb. HEW YORK.
i? day at homo. Agents wanted. Outfit
and terms free. Truo & Co., Au*
"Yel forty days, and Ninovali shall be over- |
tlirown." Future events prophecied by rules
in Bennor's Prophetic IJook. Fortunes fore
told in the ups utul downs of prices for the
next- twenty years; the future judged by tlic
past. What years to make money on pig-ion,
hogs, corn, provisions, cotton, and when we
will have the next panic, what year hard
times will end and business revive again.?
Every farmer, manufacturer, legitimate trader
and speculator should have this book to
know tho future, so as to avoid loss and l>o
Buccessful. Sent to any niinic, post paid, for
$1. Address SAMUELBENNEK, iiMinbiidgc,
Hosb County, O.
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for subscribers lo Applctona* Journal, a
splendid steel engraving ot'
"CHARLES DICKENS IN IIIS STUDY,"
which is offered, under spccial terms, to every
subscriber?in advance?to Journal for 1870.
This steel engraving is in lino and stipple.
It is not a fancy picture, but an actual representation
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while the portrait of the distinguished
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hcavey plate paper 21 x by 30, making a large
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tall ANA \mm Mm i
una nil* II 111 tMM UUVtttJ i
Your attention is most uespkctfully
called to (ho largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that lias
ever been exhibited in West Greenville; consisting
Of dry goods, boots, shoes,
GROCERIES, etc., ctc.
Our priccs arc so low tlmt no house this
Hide of New York criii undcr-sell ti?.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASH and BLINDS, at priccs that
W? ?lur? l.o. <1 ? l"?". ' -< "
celebrated GItANOK PLOW STOCKS, h>
which wc invito your all en l ion.
Wo have also conncctcd lo our Slorc, a
a Largo WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Wator, which is Free and Opkn to All.
tf'vr.v Ar iciiivii'iii/it
Greenville 8. C., October 1, IH7"). woOif
? ? 1
FITS A\l> i:nii:i\SY '
positively cured. Tho wr?rs( cases, of lon^- j
est standing, by using I)r. Hebbnrd's CureA
bottle sent free to nil addressing J. 8. Dm.
ulkb, brujjjjisl, Hll 5tli Ave., N ^
I I I
Liberty Station, A.L.R.L
JEW TI It K KKW (STOCK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOAt Till*
cilizons of Pickona County and
surrounding country, that I
havo opened a now and
frosh stock of
I HDV mnixr
COOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROCKERY",
LAMPS & KEROS 1CN OIL
I hnvo now and will continually
keep on hand quantities <>l JJACON,
MOLASSKS, tuitl SALT.
I have just icoeivcd 4(J0 sacks Flour)'
20 barrels of Maekorel-^cnr.Histimr ?f
r> ~ %
whole barrels, hall' barrel* ami quart-*
er barrels; ]5 barrels Sajrarj and 10
sacks Coffee. All of which will bo
sohl ehcaper lban in any other Country
Storo in PieUens. All who wislt
the abovo articles at low prices, will
iio will to call on me, before purchase
vNyj v^> sv * ^
1 want delivered at Lfberty 1000,*
000 Shinglos; 10,000 bnHhels of Corn}
for both ol which Iho highest market
prices will be paid.
S. M. llOLCOMBK.
.Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1875?It"
HAVING FOItMKH A
SHIP IN TIIK MRIICANTII*
^iUSINKSS, A N I>
T II F,
MASONIC- 11 ALL
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
W E IIA V K 1X 8TO I; K* A X I) TO
arrive a largo ami well selected
.' LOC K of
9F ? i i
G110 CE HIES, 11 ATS A N I) C A PS,
BOOTS an.I SHOES.
For which wo otter for s;;le nut only
^iiuu|>, uiit oxn'Oiiiciy low down lor
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invito um friends
and (ho public in general to cali and
examine our stock when tho\' como to
town, before purchasing clsewhoro*
P.UOWN A- HT.'VfUjrni.'a
.. - . vx/ * i 1 I ' IVIUJXUj
Nov IS, 1ST") 1'2
Meniher of our firm lias just rrfui'tie*! front
Now York wherein: pnrulia cl t!n> largest slock
of General Mcrchaiuliso ever brought lo this
1 \r?? T-TlpnlTinf
v V/ l 1V^|71 1 CL Jl 1 L
Loose on I lie streets wouM nol create the excitcmcnt
iwnl wonder, lliat our priccs do.
Hest prints ill only Ion cents, and other
goods at proportionate prices, l'olito clerk#
always in attendance, and ready to placo
Satisfaction guaranteed or no sales. Largo
Slock of (Irocerics, Coll'ee, Sugar, Molasses,
Jiottom Figures. Hals :id<I Caps Hoofs and
Shoes of every grade and prices. In fact,
mytliing needed by I lie farmer can be had at
JL JL U. W IL/I I I O CM. 1 ;Ull o.
ncmcmbcr (hut litis ?lnii<l is in the Masonic
Hull IJuildinjr, fronting tlic I'oU-l, jusl below'lie
liutdi-y illation, Oclol it ('>, ISio. f>?f