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SThe Publio, well neeads clning ole
There are tht-ee prisoners now lh
Mr. J. J. Nix, we are informed, is
soon to take charge of the Easley
Capt. 3. J. L6wis, our now Clerk of
Court *ill move his. family to town
Now is the time to prove your pa
triotis. by paying the Hampton
Mr. Joab Mauldin, our popular new
Sheriff, has moved in the jail, and will
be the jailor as well as Sheriff.
The party who hid or carried away
that choess board did the SENTINEL a
favor, which is hereby duly acknows
We move that the Roturning Board
be called upon to throw that sleigh
out of the Court I-ouso.
Haunt &tories are being revived in
our midst. They always make our
hair stand on end like the- quills of a
We regret to learn that our fellow
townsman, Mr. W. M. Hagood, has
been suffering from an attack of ery
Rev. Mr. Merritt, who has charge
of the Pickens (Methodist) Mission,
has move into Pickons.
Capt. Borry will soon afford every
man in Pickens County an opportunity
to show what sort of metal be is made
We havn't yet boQn "Bulldozed"
by those friends who went to the
mountains hunting, and camo back in
a suspicious way. WO trust they
havn't been intimidated by Rdmond.
__ Our town is reviving. Sovoral
families have recon tly moved in, and
more would come if they could find
houseo. to rent. We would suggest
that it would prove a profitable mn
vestment to build houses in Pickens,
for the rents would pay a higher per
Cent. of interest than any other invest.
DULY CoMMISsIONED.--jOv. lamp
ton has commissioned all tho newly
elected County oflicers, and( they have
entered upon the dischaarge of' their
duties, 1king as "happ)y as big suna
The land Owners on the Eighteen
illo Creek, above Sy m mos' mill pond,
we arie informed, are ditchingt and
draining their fine bottom lands,
which have beon overflown, sobbed
and rendered useless for seroral years.
The drainage law is applicable to their
case, but it is thought the land can
be dried without disturbing the mili
We havo been pleased to meet Judge
Field in town the last few days. He
has been confined to his room with
sore eyes for several weeks, uuable to
see his way, but we are glad to learn
his eyes are improving rapidly, and
lhe will be able to attend to the duties
of his offlee regularly.
A young man in this town, who has
met wvith reverses in his matrimonial
aspirations, has shaved off his side
whiskers, lost all confidence in female
constancy, and now sings:
"Come tell me where the lass is found
Whose heart can love without dCeijt
And I' will rantge the world around
To sigh one moment at her feet."
CO1mMTTED.-JOhn and William
Gailliard, brothers, citizens of Ander
son County, (white) were committed
to jail at this place on the 17th inst.,
by Trial Justice Liddell, in default oi
bail, dharged with entering the honPC
of John S. Walker, of this County, by
force and stealing various articles oi
property thoerefrom, amounting t6
somo *25 or $30.
APPRovED.-Capt. W, R. Berry
who has boon appointed Special agoni
by Gover nor Hampton, to receive the
ten per cent, donation, on last years
4-tax, presented his Bond in thoe sum o:
'twenty thousand dollars, to the Coun.
ty . f~missionors last Monday, witi
the following gentlemen on it as securi,
t8,' .IQ. Lenhardt, L. Laenhardt, Jas
well and 3 S. Liathmam. The Ron
was approved by the Comnmissioneors
afd Ca pt. Boerry will open his bookF
1a short time for the reception o:
taxos, due notioo of which will be giy.
en in our columns. Then every man
will have an alIprtunity of showing
Redmond, who shot. and wounded
urion and -BHA4tAM k, week before
to the house of Arton on last Satur..
day meoring, and . deAnded. the ro
turn of his horses and, money, which
he says had beeh taken from him by
the revenuo offcers. Redmond says
he had$196 in his pocket book
when it.was tak9n from him. This
money, Barton informed him, had
been deposited in the Greenville Bqnk
and the two horses were in a livery
stable at that place. Barton gave up
to Redmond two of his own horses
and a eheckl or Qne hunto dollark
which Redmond got cashed at Basley
Station. Redmond subsequently re%
turned one of the horses to Mrs. Bar%
ton. He and eight others passed
through this place on their way back
to North Carolita. The revenue offi,
cials certainly had the right to take
the wagon, horses and whiskey and
to arrest Redmond and carry him to
jail, but we do not know where they
got the right to take his pocket-book
and $196. Perhaps, though, they
were justified by the law. Barton, we
are informed, did not knock and kick
Redmond, when he arrested him, as
we had been informed,. and stated
We call attention to the advertise
mont of the Pickens High School for
1877. This school commences the
fourth year of its career of usefulness.
The Principal, because of the "hard
times," has reduced the price for the
junior year to one dollar per month,
which is as cheap as the cheapest.
This, either as a preparatory school or
one in which young men can receive
a good businoes education, is strictly
first class. Our location is, perhaps,
unrivalled in many respects-in cli-,
mate, health, natural beauty of our
mountain scenery, and in being en,
tirely removed from all the haunts of
vice, which over operate powerfully
against the succces of youthful train-.
ing. Excellent board in privato famn..
iles at from $8 to $10 per month.
Capt. Berry informs us that many
of' the colored mcn who voted for
Chamberlain, have expressed to him
their debit o and dotermination to pay
their quoto of taxes to the Hampton
Government as soon as he can open
his books and receive thoem. The
sensible por'tioni of rho colored people
aro satisfied that Hampton was fairly
eleted, and that their initerest as well
as that of the white mnan's u ill be
promoted unuder his adlministl ation.
If the Federal power will "hands off,"
the citizens of' South Carolina will
settle the Gubernatorial question, pea
ceably and sati.sactoral ly..
INSUFFICI ENT.-Mr. J. F. Folger,
who has receivedl the appointment of
County Auditor from ox-Gov. Cham
borlain, presented his bond to the
Coun ty Com missioners on last Mon -
day for approval, wvith the following
gentlemen on it as securities, viz: R.
E. Rolcombo, James F. Hecndrickse,
Hardy Gilstrap, WV. A. Lesley, and J.
L. T1hornley. The County Commis
sioners considered the securities in-.
sufficient, and the bond was not ap..
The following lines are respectfully
dedicated to the owner of the "lost
Sweet young lady, my pretty ono,
i'm suire you must remember,
if not for love, at least for fun,
The sleigh ridle inDecemiber:
When all thre belics anid all the beaux,
Did peep out the dloors at us;
But now they laugh, for everybody knows
The sleigh is non est inven ftu8.
We have received the January
number of Leisure Hours, a handsome
mammothl 10 pago (64 coluinn) family
paper, filled with the choicest litera
turo-serial and short stories, sketch,.
os, poetry, wit, humor, &c., &c. It is
entertaining, amusing and instructive,
and is one of the cheapest paprs-the
amount and quality of matter consid%
erod-tha4t we have seen. The price
is $1.20 per year including as pro'mi
urn a genuine finesline steol engraving
called ''The Mither'losa Bai rn," prin te(d
on 22x28 plate paper, which the pub
lishers claim is super'ior in the point
of merit and attractiveness to any
premium ever offered by any other
paper in this country, and is alone
worth the money asked for' Uoth. rThe
publishers, J. L. Patton & Co., 102
William et. Now York, authorizes us
to say that in order to introduce the
paper in'this vicinity they make a
special offer to overy one of our roads~
ers to send thomn the paper-a "trial
trip" of four' months, p)ost paid, comi
mencong with the January number
for 25 cents. They would like to em
ploy some one in every place Lo can',
vasR for t.hi:4 plAPr.
Time to Pay Me
Something on your account, so that
I can keep up my Stock of
Goods and always have
Want on hand at all times. If you
Anything on Last Years' Account.
Don't put n o off any longer, but
come square up.
If you want more Goods
Them to you on easy terms. I want
to Bell you
Or for Cash or Barter, or
That will best suit you,
Be udereold, and my New Stock of
Dry Goods, Uoots, Shoes, IIats, &cc.,
Cant. be beat. Call and see me.
W. T. MFALL..
Oct 12, 1876
T HIE undersigned have associated with
them in the conduct of their business of
Tanning and Ylanufactuinsg
Boots and Shoes,
M R. CIHTAlRLE8 WEITN AIUER, as a partner
equally interest.ed with us therein. The
name of the firm will hereafter be the
"OCONEE TANNERY." Thankful for past.
patronage, we bespeak a continuance of the
same. Our senior, Mr. Filsinger, has a fine
reputation as a Tanner, and will be able to
supply customers in this line with the best
article of 8OLE, UPPER AND HARNESS
We will contine to manufacture our first
class hand made.
E@@~TS AMB SHES,
And offer them on the best terms.
OUR BOOTS and SHOES are for sale by
WV. T. AlfoFALL, at Pickens Court Hlouse,
cheap for cash, or which will be exchanged
for hides on reasonable terms.
G. W. FILZINGER,
July 20, 18763 46 tf'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
L. V. Jones vs J. M. Robinson, D. P. Robin
son. and Mary A. Couch.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed,
BI will sell to the highest bidder, before
the Court House door, at Pickens C. H., on
Saleday in February next,
Tract No. 1,
One tract of land, situate in Picens Coun..
ty, adjoining lands of R. Lenheardt, H. Hiar
per and others, containing 112 acres more
Tract No. 2.
One tract of Land, situate in Pickens Coun
ty, whereon the Defendants now live, adjoin..
inig lands of Wmn Couch, IH. Harper and oth,.
ers. containing 120 acres, more or less. Le..
vied on as the proberty of J. M. Robinson,
D. P. Robinson, and Mary A. Couch, at the
suit, of L. V. Jones.
TERMS UASHI. Purchasers to pay extra
J. RILEY FEROUSON, s.P.c.
Jan 6, 1877 .17. 4
rr lIE undersigned have now on hand and
1for sale, 200,000 BRICKS, one fourth
mile fronm Depot, at, Liberty Station, S. C.
TERMS CASH-Barter will be taken.
HOLCOMBE & STANSELL.
Oct 5. 1876 5 nm
D1T 0-- 031
I WOULD AGAIN RPESPECTFUL.
ly call the attention of tho public
to my well solocted and as
sorted stock of
InI AD UIZ -IT40 ,
DRY &_FA.NCY GOODS
RATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
hU Iong M I 41cwi,ty
All of which I will soll.cheap:for cash.
I am still Agent for the "EURE
KAI" FERTILIZER, one of the best
in the market.
Priee payable in cotton at 15c. lst
Nov., $60.09 per ton.
Price payable in currency lt Nov.,
$55.00 per ton.
Price payable in cash on delivery,
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $6.00 por ton, to be added
to this point, and must be paid in
Last but not least, let mo impress
it upon those who %re duo me on ac
count for 1875, that I need the money
and MUST HAVE SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at once and favo- me as I
H. W. FOIRD.
EASLEY STATION, 8. V.
Feb 17, 1870 24 if
THLE BUSINESS OF IIEN DICKS
& WILLIAMS at EcaMley Station
will be continued by the undersigned
A good Stock of General Merchan..
dise, consistirng of'
BOOTS AND) S110ES,
In store and arriving. All to be sol-t
as cheap as any other establishment
For Cash or Barter'.
We call attention o'f our frionds
whom we have boon accommodating,
to thoir indebtodness to us, aind ask
them to call at once and settle their
acconnte by cash or note.
The death of Mr. IHendricks makes
this call a necessity, and hope that
none will diciregard it.
Bring in your Produce-the highs.
est market price paid for Cotton,
Easloy, Sept. 26, 1876 4 ti
TIL E UNDE RSIG N El) RES3PECT
fully inform the citizons of Pickens
County, that they have opened a
hoo of Nov Qooek
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.,
Which they proposo to sell as cheap
as anybody for
MAULDIN & IIESTER,
Oet, 26i, 1876 8 3mn
THE UNDERSiONED HAS Ol'ENEI; A
'FIRST 'CLASB HOUSE8 at Liberty iation, 8.;
C., an.d is prepared to take permanent or
transient Boarders at rensonable rates.
The Table will bo supplied with the best
the market affords.
lie also keeps a select STOCK OF' Mi ER
CHIANDISE~ on hand, which is offered to the
public cheap, for caish. Cons.ult your owni
interestL and call on him.
J. J. NIX.
Liberty,. ., July 18, 1276 'n if
On and After the
15th Inst. we will
OASI ORD T 0I
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO
sorve our fri-ends on those terms, but
can not sell on timo.
All persons INDEBTED aro ro
quested to call and closo all Accounts
R. E. IIOLCOMBE & SON.
Easley, S. C., July 13, 1876 45
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and titerino ob
structions, of every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Regulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in Georgia and other States is beyond
precedent in the annals of phisio. Thousands
of certificates from women everywhere pour in
upon the proprietor. The attention of prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, and the most success
ful practioners use it. If women suffer here
after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. H.
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at $1,50 per bottle at any respectable
Drug Store in the Union.
EFFECTI TRULY WONnERFUL.
CAUTERSVILLE, GiR., April 20, 1869.-This
will certify that two members of my Imme
diate family, after having suffered for many
years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, were at length completely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J. Bradfield's FEMALE
REOULATOR. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certificate, wvith the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womenkind to
the merits of a medicine whose power in cur,
ing irregular and suppressed menstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob
servation. its effect on such cases is truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy be cale~d
"Woman's Best Friend."
Yours respect fully,
JAR. W. STRANOR.
Sept. 7, 1876 1 4
1877 NEW YUNK. 1877
The differenat editions of TIlE SUN (luring
lie nmext. year will be the samo as dluring the
year that, has passed. Th'le daily edlition will
on week days be a sheet of four pages, andl on
Sundays a sheet ot eight pages, or 56 broad
columns; while the weekly edition will be a
sheet of eight, pages of the samie diiinensions
and character that arc already familiar to our
The Sun will continue to be the strenuous
adlvocate of reform and retrench menit, and of
the substitution of statesmanship, wisdom,
and integrity for hollow pretence, imbecility,
andl fraud in the adninstration of public af..
fairs. It will contend for the governinent of
the people by the people and for the people,
as opposed to government by frauds in the
balot box and in the count ing of' votes, en
forced by military violence. It, will endeavor
to supply its readers-a body now not, far
from a million otf souls--wit h t he most care
ful, comiplet e, anad trust worty accounts of cur
rent events, and1 will emiploy for' thIis puripose
a numerous and carctfully select ed st atf of re
p)orter's and corresponidenits. Its reports fromt
WVashington, especially, will be0 full, accurate,
and fearless; and it will dloubt less continue to
deserve and enjoy the hatred of those who
thrive by plundering the Treasury or by
usurping what the law (loes not give them,
while it will endeavor to merit the con fid once
of the public by defending the rights of the
people against the encroachments of unjusti.
The price of the daily Sun will be 55 cents
a umonth or $6 50 a year, post paid, or with
the Sunday edition $7 70 a year.
Thme Sunday edlitionI alone, eight pages,
$1 20) a year, pos5t paid.
'rhe Weekly Sun, eight pages of 561 brioad(
columns wvill be fuirniishied during 1877 at thle
rate of $1 a year, post paidl.
The benefit, of thIiis large reduct ion from thle
previous rate for Th'le Weekly can be enjoyed
by inadivi diul subsecribr hii~ wit hoiut th lin ces.
sity of muakinag up clubs. At the samie timse,
if any of our friends ehoose to aid in ext end
ing our ci rculat iota, we shll lie grat efuil to
them, anid ever.y such person who sends us ten
or miiore su1bscriblers froii one placee will b)e
entit led to one copy of thle paiper' for him nselft
wit hout. charge. At one dlollar a year, post
age paid, thle expenses of paper andl print ing
are barely repaid; and, considering thle size
of thle sheet and the quality of its contenits,
we are confidlen t thle people will considor TJhie
Weekly Sun thle cheapest. neCwspaper publish-.
ed in thle world, amnd we trust also one of~ thle
verny best. Adudress,
Th[E SUiN, New York Oity, N. Y.
Stoves, Tinware and House,
CRLOCKIAIRY, GL~ASS, AND) SiLVER PLATED
WARE A SPECIA LTY.
Rloolin g andl Repsiri ng; done at short. not ice,
at. the lowest prices. We ask,All the people
or Pickens~ and adljoining Countiles to call and
examine our stock. We certainly sell Goods
cheaper than they have ever been sold in this~
market. All Goods guaranteed.
To Merc.hauigs. -we whiolesalo Tinware as
cheap as Northerjn markets. Send for Price
J. K. CUlWITIS & CO.,
Grecnville, S. C.
3e.428, 1Wi76 A 3.
.~ N1#WilWERTIJi 7
ITTORNRy ~ p7yu
Will y ti,e in the 0, a:t,
Couts for 1Ion's C6unt. anidla
States 'rt,'of this State 1 om thar"I .
One of the Senior paitners will be piaiib
asaist in 'the tvasegon aq"Y
business during va"otiop.
.1; 3. t201TO11
Mrh 2$ 1.876
A T2 Ojtii ATZA *
PIOKENS 0. H. 80,4
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
and of the United States. Dualiess pronptig
March 16 1876 28
W IITNER NYIMBM,
ATTORNNY ANDYOIJU8LLOR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court@
F Probate for Pickens ontiy.
May 16 42 . 6
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a, C C,
Practices in Courts of Pickeng
County, and in United States CoUrts
LZh UNAID JAL LEYSANLH
THlE UNDERSOIGNED RESPECTFULLY
call the at tention or their friends to the fact,
that, in additiotr to their
Which is always fnll in its varied branohos.
'Ih ey b ave on h and a quantiit y of dif'eront,
Standard Fertilizers, at, the following prios;
B ra dIe y 's Anannouiated
Cash Price, Ph4sha00
Time Price, payable in Currency, 61 gO
Tune Price payable in Middling Cot
ton, at 16 cents, 00 00
AilanEIic Ph pJlate.
,Time Price, payable in Currency.
'l'ime Price, payableiun Middling Cot
ton at 15 cents, 63 00
(Uash Pric e, $48 00
Time Price, payable in Currrncy, 58 00
WVIIcox & (iUbbs' JYlanipu.
Cash Price, $66 00
Time Price, pnyablc in Mid dling Cot
lon, aLt 17 cents, 70 00
Freiglit, to be added from Factory, and
payable in CASII. Al1 time sales to be closed
by note, (1u1 1st day of November next.
HLUDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, 8. 0., Feb. 20, 18t6 .26
1S75. - - - - - -1875.
TALL AN !N?E 1OODI
X7OUR ATTE~NT1ION I8 MOST RESPECT
.1fully called toe thme largest. and decidedly
tihe .liIEAPEST'L Stock of Goods that has
ever bjeen exhibited in West Greenville; con
sisting of' DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices are so low that no house this
side of New York can under-sell us.
We sell (Ooods strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot og
DOORS, SAS11 and BLINDS, at prices that
We also keep on har.d a large lot of thoee
celebrated ORANGE PLOWV STOCKS, t*e
which we invite your attention.
We have also connected to our Storp,
a Large WAG,0N YARD, with a well of ge4
WVater, which is Free and OPEN to ALL.
OELY & BROTHER,
Greenville S. C., October 1 1876. e
$3,250.40) worth of space in various news.
paplers distrib,utedl through thirty Statos, wilt
be sold for $700 cash. A ccurate Insertions
gumarantiieeda. A list ')t the papers, giving 4aily
aind weekly cart mlat ion and printed schedule
of rat es, sent tree on application to 0EO. P.
|ROWiELL & CO., Newspaper Advertising
l Agents, No.41 Park'fow, New York.
Jan i1,21877 '- 18 6