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LOCAL ITEMST
ChtuAh Directory.
Rot. nugt MoLeee, 1st Sunday At 8 P. M.
Bat. W. ii. Ariail, 2d ? 11 a. m
Hot. J. 0. Hudson, 8d " 11 a. m
Bbv. j. q. Stookman, 4th " 11 a. m.
t Re*. W. B. Singleton at Sacona ovory
let Sunday and Saturday before, at 11 a. m.
Tho warm weather and tho frequont
showore causo vogitation in gonoral,
gardon yogotablos particularly, to
grow rapidly.
. ' * -
Saturday and Sunday last woro tho
warmost days this soaeon. Tho tom*
poraturo of tho lattor was groatly
modifiod by gontlo rofroshing shows
ors of rain.
Robert McWhortor, an old and roepcctablo
citieon of this County, diod
at his rosidonco, four or fivo milos
South of this placo, on Friday tho 5th
inst.
^ Romomber all that on noxt Saturday,
13th, tho Good Tomplara will
havo a pic-nic on Glassy Mountain.?
Warron 1). Wilkes, of Andorson, wo
aro informed, will givo an addrcms on
tho occasion, Warron novor fails to
pleaso his hoarors.
Soo announcements of M. S. Hon\
dricks and J. JRiloy Forguson in this
issuo, for tho offices of School Commissioner
and Sheriff. Thoy hold themselves
aubiofit t,o thn Jinl.mn nf iKn
? ? "wv,v" %MV
County Domooratic nominating Convention.
Meeting.?The County Democratic
Executive Commmittco will meet at
? Fickons C. II.,on Saturday tho 20th
inet,, at 12 o'clock, noon. A full at"
tendance is earnestly desired as business
of importance will come up for
consideration.
11. E. 13owen, Chairman.
Accompanicd by Shoriff Ferguson
and School Commissioner Bowcn, wo
' took a trip to Antioch Church, in
liastatoo Townbhip, to witness, uid,
and oncourugo tho organization of a
Democratic Club. Wo moved along
ovor smiling landscapes and picturs
osquo scouory as fino us any cno would
wish to seo. Tho verduro on all aides
was charming and perfumed tho air
v/ilh its morning lVagrancu, so rolresh.
ing and delightful, particularly on a
^ warm spring morning when all nature
ia a glow with life and beauty. The
various farms through which and by
which wo passed, exhibited in the
iY)flin irwli/>'il innu r\ ( i I. J.... a ?...
imx?ivmviviioui viuub aim IIIUU3H J
They looked cloun, and wo yaw corn
> on all Hides with tlirco and four loaves.
Wo saw vio cotton, and only vory fow
indications that it ovon had boon or
would bo planted. The wheat ovory*
^ whoro looked fino and healthy, though
it liked height. Wo woro glad to seo
that tho apple crop was unhurt and
indoed abundant. Tho ponch crop in
almost an ontiro failure, except in
somo lavorablo localities. Wo onquired
of a friond tho namo of a beautiful
mountain poak on our lefr, and wo
loarnod from him that anciently tho
iphabitants callod it "Turkoy~goblor,"
but now it was moro corrcctly and eu.
* phoniously named "Turkoy-cock."
After wo passed this mountain, wo
soon arrived at tho bond of Nine
Times Crook, named, wo arainformod
from tho tact that the road orosscs.tho
% stream just nino timos within tho distanoe
of ono milo. The water of this
stream is so clear and limpid, that all
it? wiricgaled pebbles and fisbos aro
distinctly viaiblo at ^11 points. Ani-.
4 ihal and vogotablo mattor are not iinvirnfrnnl.oil
tn oimK on notnnt oa
J- vv WUVU Mil VA VUI1 L? tin 1A/ 1 Ull'
dor thoeo mountain stroams tui,bid)
for tho roason that thoy arc too ncnr
thoir Bourco and flow mostly ovor
rocks, front which scarcoly a traco ol
minoral substances aro disolvod. Wo
now soon roaohod our destination, and
participated in tho formation of tho
Kastatoo Democratic Club, an account
/ of which will ho found in anothor col.
nmn. Thoro was Dot a largo atton
uanco, oul ovory ono was thoroughly
imbuod with u spirit of J)omooraoy?
that honorable, honost, and chivalric
hind that sot onlhronod in tho hearts
of all truo Amoricans provious to tho
war. This ovor, wo wendod our way
back homo, glad thut wo had visited
^ Eastatoo.
? +
Sir John Franklin.?History pos.
bcssos fowor oxamplos of moro lioroio
1 j - *' n
uuurmg uuu hoii sacrinoing otlorts lot
Iho advancement of tho matorial in"
torosts of mankind than that oxhibitod
by this noblo martyr in bis oxortjons
to mako a discovery whie!? il
accomplished would opon to the world
Qdvantftgea beyond computation. But
how insigniflcant aro geographical
discovorios, whon compared with tliOBO
that bonofit tho human organisation,
showing how in this lifo onomios may
bo vanquishod, how tho brain may
bo invigoratod and rendered capabio
of arasninfir tho most abstruse (iuar
tions, whother soiontific, commercial
or mochanical. This can novor bo tho
caso whilo tbo body is onfooblod by
diB0a80. Tho blood must bo hoalthy
all inachinojy of body must bo in pors
feet working order, othorwiso tbo
brain is weak and total incompotanoy
to grasp tbo groat issuos of life is tbo
rosult.
Such a discovery has boon mado by
JL>r. Tut I in his colebrated JLiiver rills.
Thoy havo accomplished moro good to
tlio human body than could over havo
boon attuinod by tbo success of Sir
John Franklin.
Don't Begard it as a Catch-pennyBradfiklii's
Fkmai.b Rkoulator.?We
havo often roail in the newspapers of the
grand success of medical compounds put up
at the North and elsewhere. Many of tho?o
medicines have had their day, and we hear
no moro of them. Thoir proprietors havo
made fortunes, not so much from the curativc
powers and virtues of their mixtures, as from
the notoriety given them by advertising, by
which people were inadc to believe all the
good thr.l was said of them. A preparation
is now before (he public which is becoming
very popular, and is known as Brndfiuld's
Fenialo Regulator, put up by L. II Bradfield,
of Atlanta. On., at SI.GO per bottle. Such is
its curative virtues, that it has gained wide
spread popularity all over the country where
it has been tuado known, and it is being introduced
evorvvvhero Wo ar? infnrmoil tliiU
immense quantities of this mcdioine aro being
sold in all sections of the South and South
west, especially in the city of New Orleans
and in Texas.
This much we say in justice to its proprietor,
who is a gentleman of integrity, and who
would not ongago in the manufacture and
salo of a humbug.?La Grange Reporter.
Two Miles before Ilreakfust.
In a neighboring oity in Georgia, there is
a married woman, who, after licr third confinement,
had nnccration, with all its repulsive
symptoms. She tried in vain all tho
nostrums; her husband carried her to all the
famous mineral springs, went with her to
New York, Philadelphia, and other places,
to consult eminent obstetricians, to no purpose.
After ilie use of the fifth bottle of
ivvguiiuur, niiv una iivi'ii 1 liny rcsioreu 10 ner
former health ami happiness, ami is now the
joy of the houpchold?ia' able to walk two
miles before breakfast.
np 13, 1870 32 4
ZYKAIZYO!
Wonro now prepared to furnish permanent sHiiatlonH
for a largo mnnl>cr of persons, malu unit feinulo
ia.., m .1. JI
i whomoTortlcu
lorn sent (rco on application. Address, with ntnmp,
Soutiikkn Co-opkhativk Co., Nashvlllo, Tonn.*
ZYKA LZYOI
?
Livery and Eaie Stables.
Parlies desiring to liiro convejriuico to
Piokeua Court House, Table Hock and other
nnlnlo r>nn )w. unnAmmnJoln.l nl ..... Rlnl.l..
* "V
at nil hours of the day ami night. Purchasers
can also he supplied with Good Stock
at reasonablepriccs.
tfcif" Hcgitlar Mail Line to Pickens Courthouse
daily..(Sundays excepted.)
RICHEY & WYATT.
Kaslcy Station, S. 0., Aug, 3, 1875.
n?49-ly
!3l55r^S$K& BTKAI KM1INE8, STEAM BOILERS'.;
wSTM^AJSI MILL GEARING MADS
^O^BEaBraamoraazH
L^5S^^Tl^^L|lM?nfM n mm
I TXe li N EQUALt^J A DO U BIJt
^ADDn^POO^Efc
Consumption C,1ure?l.
An old physician, retired from active praotico,
having had placed in his hands by an
East India Missionary the formula of a simple
Vegetable remedy, for tho speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all Throat and Lung affections,
also a Positive and Itadical Curo for Nervous
Debility and Nervous Complaints, after having
thoroughly' tested its wonderful curative
powers in thousands of cases, feels it his duty
to make it known to his sutfeiing fellows. Actuated
by this molivo, and a conscientious desire
to relieve human suffering, he will sond
(free of chargcl to all who dosiro it, this rocepe,
with full directions for preparing and
successfully using. 8ent by roturn mail by
' addressing with stump, naming (his paper.
DR. W. C. Stkvbh.I,
Miuuoo lJIock, Syracuse, N. Y.
Notice To CJrctlltor*,
i
ALL persona having demands against (he
Ksfato of Temperanoo W. Madden, de?
' ceancd, will present tlicmto .ho undersigned,
, I legally attested, on or hofere 'he Glh Hay of
' Juno noxt. Thoso indebted :o tho Kstato
'' must settle tho same on or fcy.ore that day,
f! or their aeoounls will be left in tho hands of
I an officer for collection.
1 N. M- MADDEN, Adin'r.
, ' Mav 4. 1870 35 .1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A Fine- Line
Otf
in soon,
MS? Ka?TfQ?53S ATT
a/r^tr a t t 'c
lYJLl^l i O,
HATS?LADIES', MISSES', AND
GENTS, at prices to suit the times.
At Mc FALL'S.
o
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Good mid Cheap.
At MoFALL'S.
u
CROCKERY, TIN AND HARDWARE.
Prices Way Down.
At McF ALL'S.
o
FANCY & FAMILY GROCERIES
At McF ALL'S.
o
nnnnc amf\ MunTniMuo r>
1VUVJU IJLil 1/ UiUiyiVJlll JJO, A III D
and genuine?will euro 111e sick and
makoilio woll fuel better. Try me?
Don't bo backward? but ask for
v?*hat you want..
Respectfully,
W.T. MoFall.
Marcb 30, 1870 30
COME ALL!
0
EASIiEY STATION, S.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM (SUC
CESSOHS to T. VV. JRUSSEL) bavo
oponcd outbusinosa at Easloy Station,
A. L. R. R., and proposo to koop a
first class stock ot
Dry-Hoods and taries,
Which thoy proposo to soil at bottom
priccs, as tho following pricos indicato
:
UnA*/x?.. O 1 OA 1 L
rni'iuijr 1 iiru, ,ci.uU pur UUI1UI1.
7-8 Shirting, 8 conls por yard.
3-4 Shirting, (5J conts por yard.
Livorpool Salt, $1.05 por sack.
Sugars, 9 to 10 pounds to tlio dollar.
Rio Coffoo, best, 1 lbs to tho dollar.
Good Tobacco, at 05 cents por lb.
Flour, Family, $7.00 por barrel.
C. It. Baltimore Bacon, 13 contj por
pound.
All othor thing* in proportion. Al|
ways in tho Corn an4 Cotton Murkot;
I and othor produco takon in exchango
for Goods.
Guanos ot tho boat on hand. Call
and oxamino boforo purchasing.
Ronpootfully,
RUSSICLL, MARTIN & CO.,
March 2, 1870 20
EasleY HoreL.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE is conveniently
located to the Depot; Rooms well furnished
ai)d th? table supplied with the best in the
market. Hoard reasonable.
Conveyance furnished to Table Rock,
CoQsar's Head, or any othor point wlifl^
parties may w>sb to visit.
CLYDE & MOTES,
Proprietors.
March 30, 1870 80 Omo
;. Ji 1 l" _ 1 ' " i 11?-NEW
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY AND I ASSURE
yuu nmn
Will
Prove to all, that I havo as good and cheap
lot of Confections as any to be found, and
there is
TV T i
IN O t
A man who can boat my Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides tho abovo, I liavo purchased
a store, and a nice Lunch of FreBh Oysters
oan
B e
Had at any time, provided I am not
Elected
Intendant, in which case you might,
A 2" a i n.
cz> '
Ilavo to go homo hungry aud moneyless,
B u t
Hoping no such missfortune awaits me, I
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
me a call, and I
Will
Appease Iheir hunger on short notico and at
low fitflirnfl. tntr So In 1-.*
0 , ...J ...JW, .a ?.?? <H.U lUt,
Live in
These hard times. Dont forget to call on J.
II. GIiAZENEll, who can be found in the Post
Oflice at
Easley Station.
Dec 2, 1875 14 tf
NEW STORE,
MKW CIOOIKS!
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.
The undersigned liavc opened a House in
Lasley, near their Livery Stable, for the purpose
of conducting a fancy and heavy
GROCERY BUSINESS.
Under the Firm, name and style of RICHLY
&WYATT. They guarantee bottom prices^
as they intend selling strictly for cash. Give
them a call.
II. A. HIGHLY,
A. G. WYATT.
Banley, Nov 22, 1875 ]!{ tf
NEW GOODS!
GFNTLEHEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
1L A U JN K B S ,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
Wo liavo reoolvcd our
*'all and Winter floods,
and are prepared to sell goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two car loads of Salt ami
two car loads of liagging and Tics, which
wc propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale l'ricoa.
no3tf K. E. IIOLCOMBK & SON.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
1'iokens County.
IN PRO 15 A TIC COURT.
J nines 1" Lay, vs. W A Lay, Mary 1' Martin,
Letta A Newton, M A Hester, W It Lay,
C A Lay, Chas. W I.ay, and Susan E Lay.
Petition for appointment of Receiver.
To W. A. Lay, Executor, of C, M. Lay, do<
ceased.
YOU are hereby .summoned and required
to appear at tlio l'rohale Court, (o bo
holden at l'ickens Court House, on the 1st
day of June next, for Pickens county, and
shew cause if any you can, why a Receiver
should not bo appointed to tako charge of
and have tho entire manageniout of the Kstuto
of tho said C. M. Lay, decoased, as prayed
for in a petition this day filed in my olTico.
uuuvr injr mum twin Heal 01 0II1CC ftl
Pickcnn Court llouao, thiu ith day of April,
1870I.
II. PII1LP0T, j.p.r.c.
EAIU.K, WELLS & TAYLOR,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
I m>ril C, 1870 31 0
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GUANO!
. I
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call Ihc attention of (heir friends to the fact,
that, in addition to their
Stook ot General Merchandise, ,
Which is always full in ita varied branchos.
I Tiio?r ?,? ' ?j - ?
, ...~j ....tu uu iiuuu n quantity of different
Standard Fertilizers, at the following priceBBradley's
Ammoniated
Pliospliatc.
Cash Price, $46 00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 00
Time Price payablo in Middling Cotton,
at 15 cents, CO 00
Atlantic Fhosplinlc.
Cash Price, $14 00
Time Price, payable in Currency. 60 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton
at 15ccn(s, G"> 00
M?i>cn IMiospJiatc.
Cash Fri< o, $-18 00
Time Price, payable in Cnrrrncy, 63 00
Wilcox & ?ihbs' Jlanipu
laleul Ouano.
Cash Price, ?56 00
Time Price, payable in Middling Cotton,
at 17 cents, 70 00
Freight to be added from Factory, and
payable in CASH. All time sales to be closed
l>y note, due 1st day of November next.
Respectfully,
IIUDQKNS & BOLT.
Kaslcy, S. 0., Fob. 23, 1870 20
FALL US WINTER GOODS!
o
Your attention is most rerpectfully
called to the largest and decidedly
m
the CHEAPEST Slock of Goods thai has
ever been exhibited in West Greenville; consisting
of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
: ??
uui I'livva Iiru ?o low mai 110 11 ouse this
si?lc of New York can nndcr-sell us.
We sol 1 Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us (o make (lie above declaration.
Wc keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASll and BLINDS, at prices that
defy competition.
We also keep on hand a large lot of those
celebrated GHANOI- PLOW STOCKS, to
I woinvilo ynnr attention.
We lmvo also connected (o our Store, n
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free ami Oi'en to Am..
CK1LY &
Greenville S. C., October 1, 187?>. noOtf
Wanted!
hjvorybody who read tho Sentinel
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keop on hand at
KASLEY STATION,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, wliicli Uioy will
sell as cheap as tho cheapost, consisting
in part of
BACON and LAItD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
Tor,mm ann Mnr.AxsiM
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE ani) CKAC1CERS,
CAiNDY, FISII, TOBACCO, &c.,&c.
Woolen find Cotton Goods, Latest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Children's
Hate, Boots and Shoes. Beat
Standard Prints at l()c. per yard
Ready Made Clothing :it $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking tlieir customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of tho same, and cordially invito
ALL who come to P.ablcy Station to
^ivothem a call.
NOTICE.
15hereby given, tlmt my wife LUCINDA
A, MULLIN1X, and children Mary E.,
Martha Iv, Julias h., and liosaM. Mulhmx, I
have loft my house una care, without just
cause or provocation, and Hint henceforth I
will not ho responsible for their support 01
maintenance, and will pay no contracts that,
they or any of them may make.
AilNMt MULLIN1X.
ap27, 1870 34 3
TlicSliUc oi'Houlli C/'iiroliim
Piokkns County.
By I. 11. J'hilpot, Judge of Probate,
Wiikkeas, Naomi Clayton, 1ms mado suit
lo mo to grant her Letters of Administration,
with Hic Will annexed, upon tlie Estate and
KtTcots of .1. 15. Clayton, deceased?
Tlio kindred and creditors of tho said J. B.
Clftyton, nre therefore cited to bo and up
pour bcforo me, in (he Court of Probate, to bo
iioldcn ut PickcnsC. II., 011 Monday, (ho 15th
day of May instant, at 11 o'clock, a. in.,,
lo shew oniiHO, if any thoy havo, why (he said
admin iatru'ion nhould not he granted,
Oivon under my hand and ecal thitf, (ho
ilh day of May A 1)., 187(5.
< I. II. PIIILPOT, J; 1>. |?0,
I May i, 187.) iiu iJ
' Ill1 L_ - . - . . JJ
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
A TTn?A7J?VC A rn T * ttt
AM. JU JL V/JIVJ.T MX A hJ XX. JL jLV/1 YY y
Will practice in the Circuit and Prebata
Courts for Pickens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
r?n? ^ f??.? ?1?. ?. ?:n ? * *
v?v va mouivi |/(?ivuvio mu wu piUCVUV l(J
assist in the transaction of any important
business during vacation.
Jwibrtla
0. h. HOLLING8WORTII,Pickens C. H.
March 23, 1876 29
HOLCOMBE & CHILD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
PICKENS C. H. S. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of tho Stat?
and of the United States. Business promptly
attended to.
March 16 1R7G 28
Riitlf^r Rr l\/f^T3
ATTORNEYS AT LA W
AND COUNSELORS IN EQUITY,
ffiRBBBVILLB/S* &*
WILL PRACTICE IN THE C0URT8 01
THE STATE AN1) OF THE UN1TE1
STATES.
Sept 28 10 if
YY ? *:u SYMMKN,
ATTORNKY AND COUNSRI.LOR AT I.AW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in (lie Circuit ourt and Court
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42 flm
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORN El AT LAW,
(MNVILLE C, 8? 5, C,
Practices in Courts of I'ickena
County, and in United States Courts
" j J. _ - . . - ? jj g
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mYoung
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ALSO,
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son & Son will call and scltlo.
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March 10, 1870 28 ' If
....o.. . .
ARRIVED anil ready for delivery, 100
barrels LIME.
ANf>
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