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JLAJUALi ITillMiS.
Wo Oftll attention to tho now advertisements
in tbis issuo.
Itev. J. Q. Stockman Was initintod
into tho Indonondont Oidor of Qonrf
Toroplars on Saturday night )a6t.
Tho Good Templars numbor some
forty members. This is n largo momborship,
whon wo consider that tho
society was organised last fall.
Oh last Saturday, it being warm
ana pionsant, tho vogotablo gnrdons
Wore roooiving nttontion, nnd oomo
seeds woro dopositod.
Hon. D. F. Bindloy returned homo
, from tho Logislntiiro on WodnoBdny
tho 28d ult. IIo roturnod to his duties
in that body on Monday Inst.
Bov. Hugh McLoos (Presbytorian)
will preacii in tho Mothodist church
nt this placo next Sunday night, at
. half past 7 o'clock. P. M.
4 ^ ?
Court commoncos at this placo on
^ noxt Monday. It will bo qnito a rofroshing
occurronco in Pickons; for
Court has not beon hold horo in just
twolvo months. Wo aro a law abiding
pooplo.
' rri,A
d 1? Ci^i 1?
jl iiu liivtiiuuiou ou11uo'jiiuui
which had boon discontinued during
tho winter, has boon ro-organizod un.
dor tho Suporintondoncy of Mr. W. A.
Lesley. Tho Sunday School is a valuable
auxiliary to tho ohurch, and, thoroforo,
should bo kopt up in ovory community.
The daily conflagrations of tho forest
on tho mountains for tho purposo
of pasturacc. has produced for tho last
week or two a doop lmzo, that quito
obscures, and, at times, rondors tnc
Bluo Ridgo invisablo,
1
Tho young gentleman willi his fine
and stylish "turn-out," from a neighboring
town, during sovoral days Inst
week, kopt our quiel and otherwise
monotonous sUeots hot whilo ho re
mained with us. It is a quory with
tho girls, which wns the moat conspicuous
objcctof admiration?Ihoyonng
gentleman or his "turn-out."
A!! norsonp. who have subscribed to
tho croction of a now Methodist church
at Kasloy Station, are requested to
pay up at onco thoir subscriptions,
oithor to llov. J. Q. Stockman, P. D.
Curenton, or O. S. Bolt.
Wo learn that Mr. Lesley, a
young man living on tho farm of Dr.
W.T. Field, one day last week, whilo
felling a troo, was, unfortunately,
caught under tho falling tree. His
head was sovorcl}' crushod; and ho, of
courso, died instantly. Death, under
nil circumstances, is a ead occurranco,
but such as tho above is appauling.
On Saturday afternoon, Mr. John
Gilstrap, on n? d man, died suddenly.
x IIo was apparently, in perfect hoaltli,
?nd ovon just beforo bis death, had
walked out from his house a consider*,
nblo distanco. By such suddon deaths
wo aro all forceably rominded ol the
solemn fact, that in tho midst of lifo
wo aro in doath. That God should
dol'lVflr llA frnm unrlflmi iIabIIi
bo tho earnest prayor of all.
Brown Brown, a respccted colorod
4 person, formerly of this placo, but
nvoro rocontly of Bolton, (Anderson
County,) died at this plnco^suddonly
on tho ovening of tho 29th ult. Ho
had beon unwoll lor sovoral days.?
Dropsy.
The following Grand and Potit Juror*
hftvn hnnn Hl-nmn (a onunn o( (I.a
Court of Gonoral Sessions and Common
Plons, which convonon horo on
next Monday: Grand Jury?Jamos
N. Nlmmons, Frank Gilmon, o., John
Clement, T. C. Martin, W. II. Hcstor,
Jerry JenkinH, c., Bright A. Burto, J.
T. Hinton, Iioborl Dilworth, Ilonry
Wado, .0. C. Freeman, M. T). K?*ith
James W. Crawford, A. K. Kdons, J'
F. Hendricks, J. B. Hcstor, T. j]
Hunt, K. U. Child.
Petit Jurors?Tor.cy Ferguson, o.,
John U Ellis, Wm. T. Bowon, Jits. 11.
Harris, Wm. Hunter, Jr., Jnmcs E,
Ferguson, Alox. Ramsoy, Dr. A. J.
Anderson, Wm. J. Gillospio, B. B.
Earlo, E. O. Hopkins, G. W. Duckvrorth,
W. D. Edons, Lom'I. Blasongamo,
c., H. F. Morgan, Clmrlos An>
inony, q,, oi\m i A. Uarr, Sam'l Parson,
J. M. Hondricks, J. T. Burdino,
J. R. Ilolcoinbo, E. Smith Grittin
Wftltor G. Cooly, Jnmofl R. BorroughsJ
JamesM. Fair, A. C. HughoR J. C.
Parrott, Wm. M. Gossott, Win. N.
Jlondriokn, Haylis Blytho, D. Wins
Chester, John Chastain, U. L. Gnm?
hrcll, O. W. Garrison, Alfred Ariaii,
4 Sr.. Wfi>. M. Forffimftn.
fe> V .
,
X 13KU XHB ^UEBl'IOM. 11. 18 Rfl
infulliblo sign thnt a onso is woak
whon its claims are sought, to bo ob*
tablished by more bold assortion with*
out argument or substantial proof.
Dr. Tutt aesorts'that his Hair Dye is
tho best, and ho adduces undoubted
ovidonco to substantiate tho truth of
assortion.
UE<LD WHAT EXPERTS SAY1
Nkw Orleans, May 10,1871.
Dn. Tutt:
Dear Sin Wo, tho undersigned, wish
to inform you that wo liavo triod your
Iluir Dyo, and And it to bo tho best
wo lmvo over usod. For its natural
black color, it far oxcols all othor
dyes. Our customers will liavo no
othor. Sineo wo began ii? ueo, our
business io the dyeing department has
rapidly incroased. Wo think it a
groat triumph.
Anthony IIaas ) .
chari, lionn, f ""bore.
No. 0, Itoyal Street.
Will You Believe ItWoman's
Bkst Fhiknd: -To relievo the
aching heart of woman and bring joy where
sorrow reigned supreme, is a mission before
whieh the smiles of kings dwindle into utter
insignificance. To do this is tho peculiar
province of Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator;
which from the numberless cures it has
accomplished. is appropriately styled Wo?
man's Best Friend. The distressing complaint
known as tho "whites," and the varions
irrPfrnlnriJiAa r\f #1*n wAn?K *~ ?
0 .vj muuil 1TOII1IIU
is subject disappear Uko magic before a single
bottle of Ibis wonderful compound. It is
prepared by L. II. Hradfield, Druggist, Atlanta,
Ga., and sold a1, $1.60 per bottle by respectalsjo
Drug men everywhere. Physicians
prescribe it. Its action is prompt, sure and
decisive.
Now in Perfect Health,
Near Marietta, Ga., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. Win. Hoot & Sons.?Gentlemen:
Some months ago I bought a bottle of Bradfiold's
Female Regulator from you, and have
unvu 11 my iuiiiii/ wuii me utmost satisfaction,
and have recommended it to three
oilier families and they have found it just
wlmt ?> is recommended. The females who
have used your Regulator are now in perfect
health, and are able to attend to their household
duties, and we cordially recommend it
to the public. Youra respectfully,
ltev H. B. Joiinson.
Feb 3 22 4
l..1 - -l- > li" . ""yj1'.,-.
E&STATOE mm SCHOOL.
NINE TIMKS, S. C.
mHE prnsant session of I lie above School
JL openid January Ski, 1870, and will continue
tliercfroin (ho scholastic year.
Terms of tuition per session of ten months,
l'or Primary Department, ?4 00
For Intermediate Department, 6 00
For Advanced Depart men I, 7 00
Hoard in the best of families can be had at
from live to seven dollars per month. No deduction
made for lost time, except in cases of
protracted Bifikno?? Nr> of.i
into the school, except by subscription*
For further particulars, address the l'rin
cipnl at Nine Times.
J NO. O- WALLACE.
Jim 27, 1870 121 6m
FARMERS,
liook to Your Interest.
.4 AAA T* A n O iiUITll *3tr t ? r
I I II li I "auo r<unr<iv;v cnill ll>l/>nU,
i.jV/vU winch is ofForetl on tho following
terms:
Cash prico 1st May, $47 50
Time prico 1st November, $G0 00
With the privilege of paying for it in Middling
Cotton at 15 cents per pound.
Freight, ?5 80 per ton.
CELY & BRO.,
A n4.-?4.: 11 - c n
i^v.111 O, MICVIIYIllC, <J. V>.
Feb 10, 1876 28 1 in
14 aa'ii &- pram?
. . ..0... .
ARRIVED and ready for delivery, 100
barrelH LIME.
AND
600 RAGS GUANO. For sale by
K. E. IIOLCOM11E & SOS.
Easloy, S. C., Jan. 27, 1870 21 If
NEW STORE,
mkw ?oods!
at easley station, s. c.
The undersigned have opened a llouso in
Kasley, near their Livery Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Firm, namo and atyle of HICIIEY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices.
ns ihoy intend selling strictly for cash. Oivo
them a call.
H. A. RICKEY,
A. G. WYATT.
Kaslcy, Not 22, 187f> 18 tf
Notice!
A 1.1, persona having demands Against tlio
Kstnte ol P. N. Oahvin, deceased, since
the 1st October, I860, at which time ho made
an assignment lo G. W. Rankin, will pleaso
present the same to tlio undersigned or I. II.
I'hilpot, on or by tho 15th day of Marcli,
next, properly proven. ,4nd all persons Indebted
to tho same will pleaso come forward
and settle, or their notes and accounts will
bo placed in tho hands of an officor for collcotlon.
P. L. O/IRVIN,
Kxecntor.
Feb 3, 1870 22 I.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I A8SURE
you thai I
Will
Prove to all, that I liavo as good and choap
lot of Confections a3 any to bo found, and
thoro is
Not
A man who can beat my Slock of Canned
Goods. lSesides the abovo, I have purchased
a sIotc, and a nice Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can
T
e
Unci at any time, provided I nm not I
Elected
Intoiulant, in which case you might,
Agai n,
Hftvo to go homo hungry and moneyless,
But
Hoping no such missfortunc awaits me, I
cordially invite alt my hungry friends to give
inc a call, and I
Wil-1
Appease (heir hunger on short notico find at
low figures, as my object is to livo and lot
T
L. 1 V G in
These liar<l times. I)ont forget to call on J.
R. GLAZKNElt, who can be found in tlio Post
Office at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
A No. 8 Stove
FOR $18.00.
flUIE best nrtd handsomest No. 8 STOVE in
JL the market far $18.00. with 2f> pieces.
Hum boiler included, and not a Muffin King
or Patty Pun, among the number. How is
that for low.
N. F- nUUGF.SS Si CO.
Greenville, S. Dec:, 17 4
Wanted!
Everybody who rend the Skntinel
to know tlint
Hench icks & Williams
Have, and will lvccj) on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well eolectod stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,.which they will
sell as cheap as the cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUIt and MOLASSE*,
LEATII Kit and SALT,
CIIEESE and CUACKEUS,
CANDY, FISII, TOBACCO, <fcc., &e.
Woolon and Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlylcs of Ladies', Men's and Children's
llats, Boots and Shoes. Best
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and
upward*, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of the same, ami cordially invite
ALL who come to ftasiey Station to
givo them a call.
IiEOAL NOTICES.
STATF OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Pickens County.
in probate court.
Andrew J Cothrnn Plaintiff, ngiunat William
J Cotliran, Joseph W Cothrnn, Benjamin
F Cothran, Martha E Cothran, Eliza Cothran,
Mahala Suttles, Mary Dodson, alias
Mary Harris, Jano Durham, Rebecca McKiney,
Thompson W ToUcson, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming to have
any interest in the premises sought to bo
partitioned in this action, Defendants,
Copy of Summons.
Petition and Comploint for Partition of Heal
Estate, &c.
To William J Cothran, Joseph W Cothran,
Benjamin FCothran, Martha E Cothran, Eliza]
Cothran. Mahalla Suttlcs, Mnvy Dodson, alias
xt if 2- ' " *
innry mirim, .'aim WlirilftTl, HeDCCCa McKiney,
Thompson W Tollcson, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming lo have any
interest in tho premises sought to be partitioned
in thif? action, legal heirs, representatives
nml assignees of Samuel W Cothran
deceased, who died intestate:
You aro hcrcl>y required to appear at tho
Court of Probate to bo holdcn at Pickens
Court House on Friday the 7th day of /lpril
next, at 11 o'clook a. m., for Pickens County,
to show cause, if any you can, why the Real
Estate of Samuel \V. Cothran, deceased, described
in tho Petition and Complaint of An-,
drew J. Cothran, filed in my ofticc, should
not be divided or sold, allotting to tho said
Andrew J. Cothran, one undivided twentieth
ftf Ikn ivlmln ..n.l I" .???. -? ?>
f..~ nMw, ....v. w cnuii ui uiti weienaants
abovo named, whatever portion of tho saino,
they may legally bo entitled to rcccivo.
Oivcn tinder my hand and seal of offtcc at
Pickens Court House, this tiie 2Gtli day of
January A, J). 187G.
I. IF. PII1I.P0T, J.P.p.o.
C, L. HOTiLlNGSWORTII,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Jan2G, 187? 22. 0
FIT? A M? KPILEPlY
positively curnil. The worst cnwcH, of longest
standing, by using Dr. Hebbard'a CureA
hottlo went fri'f to nil Addressing J. 8. Dm.
uikk, Druggist, 8U 6th Ave., N. V.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AT
McFALL'S,
WI1EN YOU COME TO TICKs |
ENS, where you will find n
FRESII STOCK of
in coon,
NOTIONS,
BOOTS, SHOES & IIATS,
Groceries,
Crockery and Tinwsirr*
?ALSO?
A LOT OP GOOD
Tobaccos: and so jars,
In short, a littlo of everything.
Chilli in nnrl if ~? ?
) * j vu uuiil wniiiyoii
want,
Ask For It.
17nci.nof f..11
A?V/0 | ' V V< t 1 I I I I > %
W.T. McFall.
Oct 14, 1875
NEW GOODS!
Wm OaaiA.
tnTLfllSI'S FflMSHING GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, and HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND
HARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGAIIS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
Wo have rccclvcil our
Fall and Wlnlcr Unods^
ami are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We have on hand two car loads of Salt and
t wo car loads of Bagging and Ties, which
wo proposo to sell at Greenville pricos.
Highest cash price paid for 0>(ton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale l'ricos.
no3tf H. E. HOI,COM BR k SON.
II I Mil
Ms; SCHOOL
o
milE FIRST SESSION of Iho above School
I will begin Monday, the 3d day of Jan
nary, 1870.
For terms, clo., address tlio Principal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Kaaley, Station, 8. C.
Jan ft, 187 # IS 3m
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. j
(ttlQndfly at homo. Agenta wanted. Outfit
and terms free. Truo & Co., Augusta,
Maine.
A FARM OF YOUR OWN
THE BEST REMEDT'rOP. HARD TIMES!
Free Homesteads
?AND THK?
Best and Cheapest Railroad Land
AKE ON THK LINE OF THK
Villon Pacific I?ailir?rt<l,
IN NEBRASKA.
Securc ft Homo n"W. Full information bcIU
free to nil purls of tlio world. Address O. F.
DAVIS, Lnnd Commissioner U. 1'. K. 11.,
Qinnhn, Neb.
MIND Rending, Fsychomancy, Fascination,
Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, showing hov, either sex may
fascinate and gain the love and affection of
any person they choose instantly. 400 pages.
Hy mail 50 cents, Hunt & Co., 139 S. 7th St.,
Philadelphia.
AbrI'KH WEEK guaranteed to Agents,
\TjMalo and Female, in their locality.?
Uj I I Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Address
T1 ' 1>.0. VICKEKY & CO., Augusta, Me* '
$5 to $20 per day at liotnc. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
Fits and Epilepsy
POSITIVELY CURED.
The worst eases of tho longest standing, by
using Du. HunuAitn's Cure.
It has Cured Tliousnnds,
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to all addressing
J. IS. PIIUlLti, Chemist, Ollice: 135f> Broadway.
New Vork.
Ten years ngo Messrs. Geo. 1'- ltowell &
Co. eslablishcd their advertising agency in
New York City. Five years ago they absorbed
tho business conducted by Mr, John
Hooper, who was the first to go into this
kind of enterprise. Now they have Ihc satisfaction
of controlling the extensive and complete
advertising connection which has ever
been secured, and one which would bo hardly
possible in a?y other country but this. Thev
have succeeded in working down a complex
business into so thoroughly a systematic
method tlmt no change in the newspaper system
of America can cscapo notice, while the
wildest information upon all topics interests
ing to advertisers is placed readily at the
disposal of the public.
New Yorlt Times, Juno 14,1875.
STONO PHOSPHATE C 0,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
SLUBLE QUANO, (Available Bono lMiosphato
of Limo, 18.55 per cent. Ammonia,
3.11 per cent.) April 1st, $14; November 1st,
$50. Ootton optional?Middlings at 15 ccnts.
$05.
ARID PHOSPHATE, (Available Bone
Plmanhoia r OO oo
, iicr ccm.) April
1st, $'-8; November 1st, $30. Cotton optional.
$45.
Special rates to Granges on cash orders.
For particulars, apply to
K. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.,
Or to
HAG001) & ALEXANDER,
Pickens, S. C.
K. E. IIOLCOAIBE,
Easloy, S. C.
T W T.T VIVP. cjrn/~vxr
v. ii. urnauoiUil,
Sonccft City, S. C.
Jnn 27, 187G 21 3m
GEO, WILLIAMS & < o>?
CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
/ 11 a lin.i itij ft i a y VITKNTFElt TILIZEli
A N't)
the palmetto solum, f. acid
rnosriiA te,
Have been used by the Planters of tlic South
for Ten (10) Years with niatchlees success.
They scarcely need encomiums (o recommend
their continued use. The standard nf ?1>ni*
excellencies guaranteed, nnd tlicir results
prove BEYOND QUESTION llmt EVEIIY
PLANTER wlio is nlive to HIS OWN INTERESTS
should PURCHASE NO OTHER FERTILIZER.
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER,
Agonts at Pickons, S. C.
IIUDUENS & BOLT,
Agents nt Eslcy Station, S. (J.
Jan 27, 187G 21 3m
VICE'S
IriLOWKR and VegetableSeeds arc the best
} the world produces. The are planted by
a million people in America, ami I lie result is
beautiful Flowers ami 8plcmliil Vegitables.
A Priced Catalogue sent free to all who cn>.
close the postage?a 2 cent stamp.
VIClv'S Floral and Vegetable Garden in the
most beautiful of the kind in (lie world. Ii
contain** nearly 150 pages, hundreds of fine
illustrations, and fourClironio Plates of Flowera,
beautifully drawn and colored from nature.
I'rico 8f> cents in paper covers: (10 cts
bound in elegant cloth.
V IOK'S Floral Guide. This is a beautiful
Quarterly .Journal, finelv illustrated, and con
Inining ftn elegant colored Fronlispieco with
(lie first number. Price only 2f> ocnIs for the
year. The first number for 1876 just issued.
Address J AM MS VK'K, Rochester, N. V.
Jfin -7, 1876 21 3
li'iavlo Wollu A' ' '<>% S<kl>
Attorneys and Connsellors at Law
Having established an nfliee at I'iekcns 0.
If., S. C., will attend promptly (o all business
left with (J. W. Taylor who may be always
found at their oflice at. Pickens 0. If., S. 0.
Ono of the senior pnrtners will always be
present at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. K. KAIILR, )
rG. O. WKLL8, f fl. W. T.AVbOR,
- , Greenville, S. C. Pickens, 8. C.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Italy Station, 1L1E.
.??o^ ?>
K9TTIHK NfelW STOCK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMtfOtf Tlltf
citizens of Pickons County ind
surrounding country, that 1
havo oponod a now and
frosh stock of
\r r +
X?' JLV X "UWWJL7J,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
11A UD VV A RE & CROCKERY,
LAMPS & KEROSEN OIL.
1 havo now and will continually
kcop on hand quantities ot 11ACON,
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I havo just reccivod 400 sacks Flourt
20 barrels of Mackorcl?constating of
wliolo barrola, half barrels and quarter
barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
sacks Coffeo. All of which will ba
sold cheaper than in any othor Country
Storo in Pickens. All who wish
tho above articles at low priccs, will
(io will to call on mo, beloro purchase
incr elsowhoro.
1 want delivered at Liberty 1000,?
000 Sliinglos; 10,000 biishols of Corn*
tor both ot which tho higbout market
prices will be paid.
S. M. IIOLCOMUB.
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1875?tf
EwWraiDS
New PRicEs!
! IIAVINGlKOliRlED A PARTNRlt.
j SIIIP IN TILE ME HC A NT Hi
BUSINESS, AND
OPENED IN
T II E
MASONICIHALL
AT
PICKENS COURT JHOUSE
o
WE HAVE IN STOIIE AND TO
arrive a large and well soloctod
stock of
lisMiwiti
GROCERIES, 1IATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for ri.ilo not only
choap, but oxtromcly low down for
CASH OR BARTER
Wo rospcclfully invito our friends
and llio public in general to call and
ox ami no our stock when tliey como to
town, bcloro purchasing elsowhoro.
xvv;r?jKi uuilj ,
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
Nov 18, 1S 7 f? 12
1W5
FALL ADD WINTER GOODS!
o
Your attention is most respectfully
called (o tiio largest and decidedly
tlie CHEAPEST Slock of Goods that h?rt
over liccn exhibited in West Greenville i consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices arc so low that no house this
ui<1 o /?f Vnw Vni'l/ n
? vah iiimcr-si'il U3?
Wo sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above dcclaralion.
Wc keep constantly on hand a large lot of
IMIOIlg, SA.SH and HMNDS, at priced thai
tlcfy competition.
Wo also krrp on hnr.<l ft largo lot of Otopw
celebrated GRANGE l'LOW STOCKS,
which wo invite your attention.
nr. I ?i. ^ 1.1 1. ? ?.
H v. iiuiu nmu buiiuviiieu hi onr more, &
:i I.argc A\ AGON YAH I), willi a well of flood
Water, which is Fico and Opes iu All.
a stitoriiut.
Greenville S. C., Octobcr 1, nofitl

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