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Poach ticcB aro blooming along
1 the bflso of tbo Mountaius.
We believe a drug store iti this
placo is very much noedGd. Ono
conld do well.
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Rev. J. Q. Stockman preachcs in
tbe Methodist Church, in this placo
? a 1 ?.. OAII. : i 1 < _i_t i
UUAfc k?UIlUUJ') XiVi.Il IIIOU, IH XX U UlUUIt.
The Clork of the Board of County
Commissioners, O. L. Ilollingsworth,
lias furnished tho Court House with
a fine lot of chairs, to bo in readiness
t for the approaching term of our
mm 9 m*
The Town Marshals arrested, Inst
week, throe persons for drunkeness
and disorderly conduct, and brought
them beforo tho Council. Each paid
ins tine anu worn on nis way rejoicing.
Tho Council means business and no
Tho public well needs cleaning
ont badly. The County Commissioners,
on whom this duty devolves,
should give it their attention boforo
the sitting of tho Court.
The farming lands of Pickens aro
finrtila ftnd ftmnncir tho ninnt dftoirnhln
in the wholo State. Wo need only
killed and scientific agriculturists
to mako tliem yield a plenteous bar
Pickens Court House is six miles
North of the Air Line Railroad, and
r?> '1am QrviiMi r\f /\ T) 1 i?/\ P
M IV)VII ItllICO UUUlll U1 VI1U JUIUV3 ibiugu.
Sbo is high, dry and lovely.
The County Auditor has received
notico that the 20 per cent penally
< will be added on all delinquents 6ix
ty-ono days from tho date of the
County Treasurer's public announce*
inent of his readiness to collect.?
Therefore, tho ponalty will attach in
this County on the 7th day ot March.
Our lawyers aro busy "cramming
law," to bo in readiness for the 'fiery
ordonl" of tho coming session <f our
Court. Tli is "cramming eoason''
comes but soldom; for it bus been
1Q months since 11 in lion. Judgo
Cooko has shown tho 1 iy;lit of his
countenance in Pickens.
One of our young merchants, who
is pomowuat addicted to perblindnesp,
the other night, intruded into our
gooeo and frog pond to the groat dis
% guet of both gocse and trogs. lie is
not in favor, he says, of "eich,"' 80
near tho side-walk in a populous
town, and whic'i throws a damper
upon tho foelings of a nocturnal pcrambulist
who is bent upon seeking
TT ? ?i ?
up 10 Tuesday 15th inst., the
County Treasurer had collected $12,
000. The whole number of persons
who havo paid are 1281. The whole
number of taxpayers in the County
tiro 2429. Hence, there are 1148
persona yet to pay?aggregating
On last Sunday, the Itev. VV. II.
Ariail preached an interesting sermon
from Paul's Epistle to tho Romans,
12 chapter, 1 verso. He han~
* died his subject finely for ouo so
yourtf in tho ministry. His audu
once, however, was too thin. Turn
out ono and all to hear tho preacher
when becomes. To empty news it
ie very hard to preach. I)o not by
your abecenco discourage hono-t efforts
in your behalf.
177G and 187G.?What ohangos
havo t>?kon place in that period? In
nono havo thoy boon moro radical than
in tho troatmont of diaoasos. In tho
olden timo, naturo, proBtrato with
pain and suffering, was attaolccd with
tho lancot, calomol, blistors, starvation
and thirst. All tins was dono
with honost intontions but with tor^
k riblo results. It ifl a ploasing fact that
tho onlightonod publio of tho prosont
day havo discarded such modication.
Tho disordors that sap tho powors of
lifo aro now oxpollod by romedial
agents, that braco up tho vital tslrenv
gth, whilo running its courso. Tho
qualitios aro found in an oniinnnt. Hn.
groo in Dr. Tutt's Vogotablo Liver
Pills. Thoy havo beoomo colobrated
^ y ovor a wido extent of tho globe as tho
safest and gontlost romodial agont
ovor offorod to suffering humanity,
and it is not tho rosult of newspapor
puffing, but tho groat merit of tho
Will You Belieye tt
' Woman's Bust Frixnd:?To relievo tlio
aching heart of woman and bring joy whero
sorrow reigned supreme, is a mission bofcro
which the smiles of kings dwindle into utter
insignificance. To do this is tho pticu^nr
provines of Dr. J. Bradfield's Fetnalo Regulator;
which from tho numberless cures it has
bccompUsbcd. is appropriately- styled Wo-*
man's Dost Friend. Tho distressing coinplaint
known as the "whites," and tho various
irregularities of the Womb, to which woman
is subject disappear line magio before a single
bottlo of this wonderful compound. It is
prepared by L. H. Bradfiold, Druggist, Atlanta,
Qa.| and sold at $1.50 per bottle by respectable
Drug men everywhere. PhysioiaOa
prestffiDe it. Its action is prompt, sure and
now in reuoct Hcaltb,
Noar Marirtta, Oa., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. Wm. Hoot & Soils.?"Gentlemen:
Some months ago 1 bought a bottlo of Bradfiold's
Female Regulator from you, and havo
used it in my family with Ihe utmost satisfaction,
and havo recommonded it to three
other families and they havo found it just
what it is recommended. Tho females who
havo used your Regulator arc now in perfect
health, ami aro able to attend to tlioir household
duties, and wo cordially recommend it
to tho public. Yours respectfully.
Rev II. B*. Johnson.
Fob 3 22 4
STONO PHOSPHATE C 0,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SLUHLE QUANO, (Availablo Bono IMiospliato
of Lime, 18.56 per cent. Ammonia,
3.14 per cent.) April 1st, $44; November 1st,
$60. Cotton optional?Mill tilings at 16 cents.
aiuu l'nuariiATK, (Available Bone
Phosphate of Lime, 22.83 per cent.) April
1st, $28; November 1st, $30. Cotton optional.
Special rates to Oranges on cash orders.
For particulars, apply to
K. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, 8. 0.,
1IAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
Piokons, S. C.
R. E. IIOLCOMBE,
Euslcy, S. C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
wv.ivvw V/IWVj U. W.
Jan 27, 187G 21 3m
GEO, WILLIAn^ ?fc (VN
THE BRADLEVS PA TENT FLU TILIZER
TIIK PALMETTO SOLUBLE ACID
TIfWP. llMO(1 liw M.n
-J ...? ....uiviio ui iiiu ooui n
for Ten (10) Years with niatchleos success.
Tliey scarcely need encomiums Jo recommend
their continued use. Tho standard of their
excellencies guaranteed, and their results
prove BEYOND QUESTION that EVERY
PLANTER who is alive to HIS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER 1'EIU
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
AgontH at Pickons, S. C.
11UDUKNS & BOLT,
Agonls at Esloy Slutiofi, S. O.
Jan 27, 1S7G 21 3m
STATF OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN PROBATA COURT.
Andrew J Cothran Plaintiff, against William
J Cothran, Joseph W Cothran, Benjamin
F Cothran, Martha E Cothran, Eliza Cothran,
Mahala Suttlcs, Mary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jane Durham, ltebecca McKincy,
Thompson W Tolleson, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming to have
any interest in the premises sought to bo
partitioned iu this action, Defendants.
Copy of Summons.
?.,.i ? ~r n??
t uiiiiv/u uim wuiiif'Miini' 1W* a UUIUUII U1 IVL'llI
To William J Colhrnn, Joseph W Cothra?>
Benjamin FCothran,Martha EColhran, ElizaCothran,
Malialla Sullies, Mary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jano Durban, Hcbecca McKiney,
Thompsou \V Tollcsoti, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming lo have any
interest in tho premises sought ?o bo partitioned
in this action, legal heirs, representatives
and assignees of Samuel W Oothran
deceased, who died intestate:
You arc hereby required to appear at the
Court of Probalo to be holden at Pickens
Court House on Friday tho 7th day of ylpril
noxt, at 11 o'clock a. ra., for Pickens County,
lo show cause, if any you can, why the Heal
Estate of Samuel W. Cothran, deceased, described
in the Petition and Complaint of An-,
drew J. Cothran. filed in mv office, should
not bo divided or Hold, allotting to the Raid
Andrew J. Cothran, one undivided twentieth
of the whole, and to each of tho Defendants
abovo named, whatever portion of tho same,
they may legally be entitled to recoive.
Given under my hand and seal of ofiico at
l'ickcna Court House, this tho 20th day of
January A, 1). 1870.
I. If. PIIILPOT, J.r.i'.o.
C, L, HOLLING8WORTH,
Jan 20, 1870 22 0
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Piokens.
BY virtuo of an execution to mo dirootod,
I will sell before tho Court House door,
at Pickens 0. H., on salcday in March noxt,
the following property, viz:
One Hundred acres more less, situate in
Pickens County, on Weaver's Creek, waters
of Oolenoy K5ver, adjoining landH of
Levied on-iuj the property of Lorauel A. Howard,
vs. W. 8. Kirksoy, Administrator of
jnincu jvciiu, deceased.
Eighty-thrcG acres more or loss, situate in
Pickcns County, on Keowco Kivcr, adjoining
lands of ? ?. Levied on ns tho property
of James A. Moor, at tliegsuit of W. J.
TKAMS CA8H. Purchasers to pay extra
J. 111LEY FERGUSON, s.i-.o.
*'0l> 10, 4870 23 i
' NEW ADVEUTISEM KNTS.
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
you that I
Prove (o all, that I havo as good ami cheap
lot of Confections as any to uo found, and
A man who can boat my Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides the above, 1 have purchased
a stove, and a nice Lunch of Fresh OysterB
Had at any time, provided I am not I
Intondant, in which ease you might,
HaVo lo go homo hungry and moneyless,
B U t
ir~~!? ? ? ' * *
uupiug no ?ucn missioritino awaits mc, I
cordially invite all my hungry fricmls to give
mc a call, and I
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
Those hard times. * Dont forget to call on J.
It. GLAZENlilt, who can be found in tho Post
1 -t .
Dcc 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
milE liost and hfindsnmnai. Vn ? STf*vp :?
JL the market for ?18.00. with 25 pieces.
Ham boiler included, and not a Muffin lling
or l'atty Pan, among the number, llow is
that for low.
N. F- BURGESS & CO.
Greenville, S. C., Dec. 23, 17 1
Evorybody who i cad tho Sentinel
to know that
Hcndricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
F. ART. F.V RTATTma
A. 1A. 1. A V/ 1.1 j
A well eelc-clod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell as cheap as the cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUR and MOLASSES,
LEATHER and SALT.
CIIEESE AND CRACKERS,
CANDY, FISII, TOBACCO, &c.,&o.
Woolo?) arid Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ilats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready At ado Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuance
i of the same, and mrHiallo
, ? ^
ALL whocomo to llasloy Station to
givo them a call.
171 LOWER and Vegetable fjeeds aro the beat
? 11?c world produces. The are pluutod by
a million peoplo in America, and (be result is
beautiful Flowers and stdendid VocfltnliloM
A Priced Catalogue sent freo to all who cu>
closc tho postage?a 2 cent stamp.
VIUK'S Flornl anil Vegetable Oarden is the
most beautiful of tho kind in tho world. It
contains nearly 160 pagos, hundreds of fine
illustrations, and fourChromu IMales of Flowers,
beautifully drawn and eolored from nature.
Prico 35 cents in paper covcrs: 05 cts
bound in elegant cloth.
V ICK'S Floral Guide. Thin is a beautiful
Quarterly Journal, finely illustrated, and containing
an elegant colored Frontispiece with
the first number. Price only 25 cents for the
year. The first number for 1870 just issued.
Address JAMKS VIOK, Rochester, N. Y.
Jan 27, 1876 21_ 3
t lfiTAIi SETTLEMKMT,
Application has been made to i. 11.
l'hilpot, Eeq., Judge of Probate, for
f? ? * '
, ??i iui?yv 10 iiikkc ft r innl
SeUleinont of tho Estates of A. Q. Field, de~
ceased, on Monday, the 28th day February
next, and to be discharged therefrom as
W. G. FIELD, Ex'or.
Jan 27, 1877 21 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Tick knh Count v.
In l'robato Court.
NOTtCE is horedy given, ? hnt Ploria (Jrif-,,
fin has made application to me, to luivo
a Homestead set off to her, out of tlio Kstato
of hor late husband, K. II. Griffin, Jr., di
ccased. If 110 good cause ho tdicwn to the
contrary, the same will bo granted 011 tho
21 at day of February, A. 1). 187t?.
I. II. PIIIM'OT, J.r.r.o,
Jan 20, 187<l 20 5
WI1EN YOU COME TO PICK'ENS,
where you will find ft
FRESH STOCK of
BOOTS, SHOES & IlA'JTS,
Crockery and Tinware.
A LOT OF GOOD
Tobaccos: and Sugars.
In short, a little of everything.
Call in, nnd if you dont see what you
Ask For It.
lies poet fully,
W. T. MoFall.
Oct 11, 1875
mmm mmm hoods,
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, AND FLOUR.
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc '
At \Y A. LESLEY & SON'S. ,
Wo hftvo received our
Vnll 0...1 *<
? II tKDUUS)
and arc prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We liavo on hand two car loads of Salt and
two oar loads of Bagging and Ties, which i
wo proposo to sell at Greonvillo prices.
Highest cash price paid for Cjtton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale l'ricos.
no3tf H. E. 1TQLCOMBK k SON.
rpiIR PIR8T <SF.8RI0N of (ho nl>07c School
X will hogin Monday, the 3d day of Jannary,
For terms, etc., address (ho Principal, i
J. Q. STOCKMAN, ,
fiftsley, Station, S, 0. ' t
JauG, 1870 18 3m h
? ? .* mw iv rnrcK r AOHION8*
Tho Boat Pattcrnn made. Send 5cti. for CaUlogue.
Address DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE 00.
amhts wiiiiid, -ea xviaw york.
?l f) aday othome. Agents wanted. Outtpl.^
fit and terms frco. Truo & Co., Au>
' Yet forty days, andNinevah shall bo overllirown."
Future events prophecied by rules
in Bonner's Prophetic Book. Fortunes foretold
in the ups and downs of prices for the
next, twenty years; tho futurn in<l<???i ?... ?i.~ I
paet, What years lo make money on pig-iou,
hogs, corn, provisions, cotlon, and when we
will linvo the next panic, what year hard
limes will end and business revive again.?
Every farmer, manufacturer, legitimate trad.,
cr and speculator should havo this book to
know the future, so as to avoid loss and bo
successful. Sent to any name, post paid, for
$1. Address SAMUEL BENNEIt, Bainbridge,
Koss County, O.
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171MPLOYMENT. Male and female, salary
J or com in isson. We pay Agents a salary
of $30 a week and expenses. Euukka. MVu
Co., Hartford, Coil. Particulars free.
fALL AND WINtER GOODS!
YOU 11 ATTKNTION IS MOST RESPECTfully
called to the largest and decidedly
nc uiii'j.'Vi'BOT Stock of Goods (lint lms
;ver been exhibited in West Greenville ; coniisiing
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS. SHOES.
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices arc so low that no house this
iido of New York can undcr-soll us.
Wo sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
snablcs us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a larcc lot. of
D0011S, SASH uml ULINDS, at prices Hint
Wo also keep on liar.d a large lol of those
celebrated OllANOH l'LOW STOCKS, to
which we invite your attention.
Wo havo also connecte<l to our Siore, a
a Large WAOON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free and Opkn to Am..
CKLY *V ItBOTlIEIt.
Grconvillo S. 0., Oclobor I, 1875. MoOlf
FITS AND KPI1EPHY
r?OH?tivcly ctirod. Tho worst eases, of longest
Blinding, by using Br- Hcbbard's Cure\
hoi tie roiit free to nil addressing .1. S. Dm.
Ilkk, Druggifit, Ull 6th Avo., N. Y.
* ' '' J1 .
Liberty Station, L1.1.R.
KNTfKE NUW STOCK!
i respectfruiitiy tm fo\t tutf.
citizons of Pickons County and
surrounding country, that I
havo oponod a now and
frosh stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROCKERV,
r a irrwi n tt * - ?
| Lirtoiro tv: lili.UUSl'JLN OIL.
1 havo now and will continually
Ucop on liand quantities of HACON,
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I have just received 400 sacks Floufj
20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting of
wholo barrolsi half barrels and quarter
barrols; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks Coffee. All of which will bo
sold cheaper than in any other Country
Storo in Piekons. All who wish
ino ahovo articles at low prices, will
do will to call on mo, boforo purchase
1 want delivered at Liberty 1000,*
000 Shingles; 10,000 bushels of Corn)
lor both ot which tho highest market
pricos will bo paid.
S. i\r TTnT.rmnytf
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1375 ? It"
HEW FIIIMI HEW GOODS!
HAVING FORMED A PARTNER.
SIIIP IN TIIE ME RCA NT IE
T II ii
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
c? J O
VVB t II AVE IN STORE" AND TO
arrive a largo and woll solcctod
riDAnT?r)TT?n tt ? rtin ? x r ^
vTik.vyv>-j"jivirjO, IWWOAINU UAl'S,
BOOTS ami SIIOlvS.
Ij'or which wo offer for sale not only
cheap, but extremely low clown for
CASH OR BARTER.
Wo respoctfully invito our friendtf
^ ^ ,1 4 1. ~ ? 11
uuu tnu jiuunu in general 10 cm 1 una
oxamino our slock when the}' como to
town, before purchasing elacwhoroj
BROWN & 1IENDUIOK8.
_ Nov 18, 1875 12
Mcmbor of our firm lins jns( returned from
\T f? VV V< ill' TO 1* ftl'n !in 1 ? I- - I ' - '
~ - v,..? ,, j'ni v>iii<~ v*;i :r ::i rj^oi HIOCK
of General Merchandise ever brought (o this
l.oose 011 (lie streets would not create (lie ex*
citement and wonder, that our ju ices do.
Best priii18 at only ten cents, and othor"
goods ill proportionate ju ices. Polite dorks
always in attendance, and ready to placo'
Satisfaction guaranteed or no salon. Largo
Slock of Groceries, Codec, Sugar, Molassos^
Bolt oil) Figure*, lliils ami Caps, I.ooln a?<f
Shore* of evcrv trrrulo nml i.i..
.. ? I-im-.i,
anything ncc?lc<l by llio hu'incr oim bo had at/
Hudffins & Holt's.
Iiomcmhev that this stand in in Ilie MnsnniO'
Hull BuiMing, front ing I lie Hotel, just bolow.
ho Depot of
Enslcy SifUioi), Oclolier 0, 1875. fl'-f