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-f400 J" AXIS*~.
The Misses Grogan, of iuberton, 41a.,
P" t1it,1g the family of Mrs. Bruoe of
Thankis to hie. H. 3. Lewis for
More pretty girlse vielt Pickens
than any other town of Its size in
the State, We might add also more
There will 'be an entertainment
given by the Pickens Reading Club
at the Academy Building on next
Friday night. All are invited.
The Greenville Newsis the proph.
et of the up country. It hit the
balloting for the Gover almost ex.
At. a protracted meethig conducted by
)r. Mendenhall in the Baptist church at
Liberty, recently, twenty odd members
were added to the church.
Revs. W. B Singleton and J. T. Burdine
held a protracted meeting at Secona last
week, but with very Indifferent success.
Mi'. B. 0. Ambler, the mountain
bachelor has sent the SENTINEL an
Irish potato which weighs 1 pound
and thirteen ounces. Belt, we think
is so prosperous in farming and
gardening that he ought to take in
a better half.
McSmith flings his banner to the
breeze again in this issue. Those
who wantimusical instruments or
-lheet music should go or scnd 'to
the MCSmuith Music House, Green
Ville S. U.
J. G. Black, of Greenville informs
the readers of the SENTINEL this
wveek that he is prepared to repair
1er watches, clocks or jewelry itn
urst class style at reasonable rates.
.rive him a call.
The meeting of the H-urricane
Democratic Club, fixed by the
(o unty Exceutive Committee for
the 14th inst, will be held at the
Nine Mile scool house, the place of
meatetinug of the Club. Every body
wvill take duo notice and govern
Mr. B J. Williams sent us last
wcok some1 very ice( peaches. le
4 i lrnche..ed the tree upon which they
bruw f *r ani Amesden's June, but,
1 ilcy have not ripened untLilI August.
'htter the nlurserymoni, or the tree
ulf has mnade, a mistake.
Weo eniiI attention to the advor
tiscuemnt, of the Palmetto Iron
Wourks, Greenville S. C , wihich aip
pears ini this issmue. Those of our
4 pople who have any work in their
ilieo shtoul d patroinize thomn as they
a re our neigh bors, irst class gentl.
.cen, andm will work as cheap anud do
Sin ats good style as anyhody ebke.
ishingt a l)prfm that combines
noveltLy, del icazcy and rich ness, fintd
F loreston Cologno eniLrely satisfac
Ma:mrri ed, at the residence of Mrs.
K. De ck 11er, near 'Atlanta, Ga., on
tIbe 27th uit., Mr. WV. L. Davis and
M iss Lilla La~ssalle, formerly of Cen
ral1, 8. C.
A DIFFIcULT PaonEM~ SOLVED.
1 he desirae for stimurulanita is becomi
y o a mnonistrous evil and how to
over~come it is a serious question
mih reformers. Parker's Ginger
Knie fairly solves the difficult prob
le'a. it invigor'Mtes body and mind
* lhoutI in toxicating, and has
brout'?i health and happiness to
uiny desolate homes.--Enquirer.--..
N*eo other column. 4
Th''le Liberty Democratic Club will
etL on Saturday next, the. 12th
inst.., at 4 o'clock P. M. A full at
tendanice is earnestliy requested, as
naportant butsiniess will be transacta.
el at tis, the last meoting before
the speakinog on the 19th.
WV. K. IBOGGS, Pres.
tGAlAN iMAULI)N, See.
& V1IEIODI8T CONFERENCE.-IITe
hI st rict,. Confeorence of the Methodise
Episcopal Church South, held its an-.
'tnzal se8siCtfn at Richland, Oconee Co.,
loist week, adjourned on Sunday .
The reports of tihe ministers of this
riistrict were road, and were most
encourtaginlg. Thle Rev. S. 13. Jones,
Piosidintg Elder, wams President.
* 'Who following deleg:.tes to the
* A anuai~l Conference, whbich meets
uitiGr'eenville in Decemter, wore el
cavted: J. B. Sulluvan, of Gr'eenville~
* I. A. Smith, of' Keowco Cour'ier; Dr.
Iferchaini. t.ook to: nn intere~ .*f'~.
prme and send. to' youj hay freghts and J
breakege ihen t you alwy e fromht the
*farioffEaerniho markes et andl nthe
l'Pr off Ea'atern markets, We hamdio noth.
sic, heil ,'aili,.Iln A~n~.In
baioos, 8. 0., Aug. th, 1882.
EDITOR SwTaIML: I had not thought it
netessary to defne my position upon Rail.
roads, taxation, &o., but since thesappear~
abloe of a card over the sigta ure of Dr.
Field, I find that my position, with some of
our citizens, at least, 'is misunderstood.
They have inferred from this card (and
whh a reasorable and legitimate diduction,
I Inklst confess, since the card Is suscep%
tible of such construction) that the taxa
tion of the people for Railroad purposes is
one of the issues between Dr. Field and
myeslf Suoh is not the case. I am op
posed, unalterably opposed, to the taxation
of our people to build Railroads. I believe
the proposed building of the Atninatic and
French Broad Valley Railroad. one of the
grandest schettes for this State, and Pick,
ens County in perlicular, that can possibly
attract the attention of our people. Our soil,
climate,andwater powere are unsurpassed by
anysection of the State. Our mineral deposits
are supposed to te almost inexhaustable
and all that, is needed to develop these vast
stores of wealth is railroad facilities. Fac
tories will spring up in our midst, our
water powers will be utilized, labor will
find plenty to do at good wages, our farm'
ers will find a market at their door for all
the products of the farm, the barn yard and
the dairy, good wohoole will spring up all
over this favored land of ours, and Pickens
County will bloom as ar. Eden and will take
her stand anong the foremost counties of
the State in progreas, wealth and intelli
gence- All these happy results can be ac.
comipliehed if we are true to ourselves, our
country abd posterity. The only difference
between Dr. Field and myself is that. I favor
(lie building of Railroads, and believe that
they will be a blessing to our country,
while he believes to the contrary. So far
as taxing our people to build the road is
concerned I. na well as he, am unalterably
opposed to it., and I hereby pledge myself,
that should such question arise, that I will
oppose wiih all my strength such a step.
My motto is, economy in the administration
of public affairs. low taxation, better 80110018
and the education of the masses, tne fos
tering of local and internal improvements
by individual enterprise, and no! by faxition
of the people, honesty and merit Lo be made
the tests of all public trusts. Much more
could be said upon this subject, but the
above will, 1 trust, put me in a proper ligh t
before the people. Respectfully,
Rt. E. BOWEN.
Ma. EnTOR: Thelw Pickens Cotinty
Sunduy School and Singing Coni
G-rovec Chiurch, comm nencing on LFri
day before the foth 'ti Sun-layzt i nst.
A futl deleoIgation 1tis tenetly de,.
sirted. Th1o icomimitteeof arrangel~f '
monitsa re tquestod to eet at, ir-k%
ensM(. Cut, lius on Saturilay , the~
12th inets., n t 11 o'clock A. Ml.
T.x W. Trot.:.SIN, Pres't.
Res ever madle, Emory's Lttuie Cathiartic
Pills, pleasantL to taike, sugar-onif ed; no
giping; only 15 cenats a box, of Draggisat s
or by mail. 8 ainda'rdt (hre (Co., 114 Nassau
street, New Yoik.
Personal ! To MenjOnly !
The Voltaic Belt Co , Alarshall, M1ich.,
will send~ t)r. Dye's Celebratred Elect ro.
Voittic Belts and' Electrio appliainces on
riail for thirity days to men (yor uig or old)
who are afilicted with Nervous" Debility,
Lost. Vital ity' and Manahood, ancI kind red
roubtles. guaranteeing speed'y amd complete
rest orat ion of health aind man~ily Vigor. Ad.
dress as abhove. N. BI --No riask~is incurred
as thirtygdlays' trnial is allowed.
Branch of' Ludden & Dates,
PREPARING FOR FALL TRADE.
Buay Now and Pay WVhen
Cotton Conuies Iii.
200 Organs k 500 Pianos
Thousands of musical families are intend
ing to purchase Pianos and Organs in the
Fall when cotton comes in. Why wait?
Buy at once, and enliven the long, hot
summer mont he with music and make the
"Harvest Home" still more joyful
Midsuanamer Special Offer.
Under our Midsummer Sale we offer to
sell during thie months of AUGUST, and
SEPPE~MBER, 1882, PIANOS and OR
G ANS, of every mak e, 8t yle and price, at
our very lowest cash rates:
ON PIANOS $25 cash, balance Nov. 1, '82.
ON ORG ANS $10 cauh, balance Nov. 1, '82.
Without Interest or any Advance on Price.
If balance can't be paid in the Fall, long,.
er time wilt be given, with a reasonable in
crease of price. All instrumentsuof every
grade and price included in the sale. Tell
your musical friends of it. Write us for
Catalogues, Price List, Circulars. This
offer closes October lst, 1882.
Address L. E. NORRtYCE,
or Medmhith Music House, Greenviiie, 8. C.
aug 10. 1882 47
I R ON W O RKS,
GREENVILLE, S C.
BEARD, LONG & Co
jY 20th Angust we will be ready to re
.pair all ka.drs of MAC:hlIRY EN.
GINES, &c. Having s. first (lass Mionilder,
will be able to do all kinds of Castings in
Iron and nras.. ae.. or lr. or ..l gu,
James G. 'Black,
tGRENVILE, - - N
JEWELRY, GREAT VARIETY of Goodi
SELLS THE ORGANIETT.
Any child can make Sweet Music cor
rect lyi Price $10.
SPECTACLES, yon can se 01dse and far
off. Give me a call when you visit the
aug 10$ 1882 47 6m
ke1 C011 Sol& WalIr,
AND EVERYTHING NICE AND CHEAP
DRENNAN & BRO'S,
EASIEY, S. C.
COME YE CANDIDATES AND SE1
UP TIlE SODA WATER-if you would
be elected, you must keep cool, and have a
quiet campaign in order to'win.
DRENNAN &B R11O,
Have also an excellent STOCK OF G ROs
CERIES, Provisions, Confections, &c. All
of which they propose to sell Cheap for
Cash to those who may giveithem a call.
june 22, 1882 40 if
W E ARE, E.XCLUSIVE AGENTS FOhR
TlIS COMPANY, FOR PRATT REVOLV.
ING H E AD GINS, FEEDE RS AND CON.
DENSERS, without doubt the best GIN
now made, and the only one that will not
choke. Ask Thomas Parkins, Elias Day,
or any other person using them. Over 75
in use in Anderson andAbbeville Couinties.
CLARK'S SEED COTTON ('LEANOR
sonhething new and indispensible to all
Gin owners. Takes out dirt, nialls, rocks,
andl every: hing ",else. Increases filthy cot
ton from ito 3 cents per pound, aind save:
largely in gin-filing, &c. Price, $~5.00,
payable in the Fall.
YlCTIOR, CANE MILrIA
These are known to be the best Goods o1
their kind, and we can silfer t hem low ani
give you uti~til I st November to pay,
Call at, our store and see the Seud Cotto:
fl e'pee fully,
IiOITON & BRIOWN,
aiber'ty, S. C.
june 1 1882 37
FIRE INSUR~ANCE ASENCY,
IF (YOU WIlSlI INSU RANCE AGA INST
FiRE.ON (YOURt DWEiblNG, F'UtNI.
'TUllE,.MERCiIAN DIS:, &c , apply to
G. W. BOWEN,
At. Hudgens & Hludgens, Jisley, . C,
Age'nt for t he Cont inentli Firo lnsurance
Compamny of New York.
jotne 8, 88'2 38 6m
O PENS September 2th , 1882. One ol
the First Schao'ls fo.r You .g Ladies in
the Unitedl States. SuIrroIuiolingM beauti,
tful. Cl imtate unsurpassed. P pilIs f'ro'n
eighrlteen States. TFER MS A MO NG THlE
C ES ' IN TIllE UN lON . Board, Washing,
Enuglishi Course. Lat1in, French, G ermau,
lustrumental Aluisic, &c., for Schiolastit
year, from September to Junie, $238. Foi
Catalogues wrile to
President, St aunton, Va.
july (i, 182 42 2m
.Nature's Spnrklinig Specific for indiges
tion0 and i liousntess, thle water of thle lamn
Ols Seb ser Spa, is duIIplc&t ed in a momeni
wlth a 81poo1 ntu of TFarranti's Seltzer Ape
rient , whIiich01 courains every vatlable ete
mnent of the Germzan 81pring. TFhe great esi
physicians of Europe pronioun~ice that fret
gift. of P'rovidleince the most potenti of all
kno'vn alteratives, and1( its fac-simile, fresh
and foaming, is no(w plaLced with in thei
reaich of every inuvalid ~i the west ern world.
SOL4D [BY ALL PJUtAlsifs.
SI fly B. M. wVOOLLEy, atllat.
Ia, Ga. Reliable evidensce
pa tient s and phiys iciasns. -
CURE 80end for my1 boo(k on T1he
Hasbit. and its (Cure. Free.
july 20, 1882 44 4
Notice to Debtors & Creditois
A LL persons indebted to the estate ol
MARY ANDERSON, deceased, will
come torward and make pnyment, and those
holding demands against said estate will
present them to tihe undersigned legally at
NANCY RTE~WART, Adin'x.
july 27, 1882 16 8
TOMAg h, M
GIN, Mansnasactured f
Peerless Enginae, Manufat
I have the fnllowing articles nt. the Fact
Clod Crusher and Pulverizer, This is the
Bradley's Reaper. Mower and liny Rake,
The Celebrated Victor One Horse Grain 1
Automatic Plattation Gates. Ex-G'overn1or
reir to lion. W. II. Perry for any if'orlimti
I have just received the Agency for the
Harrow. It hans great advantage over the I
Call and ekatnine. Iron Fences for Florn
jiune 1, 1882
SEES For the MERCH
SEED For the MARKI
SSEE For the PRIVA
Crown by oursol
- W- Hlandsome Illustrated Catalogue
MEROIEANTM, MEND US YOUR BUI
DAVWD L ANDR ETH&ASONS,Si
BLUE GRASS SEED.
IRE) (CLOVER REED.
Orchard Crass Ged
White Clover Seed.
P U T TY,& C.
Tine Gwreenville Drug, Need
aumd Paiunt Store.
Oct (1, 1881 4
M. C, Winchester,
Andersonl', Mills. S. 0,
KEEPS CONSTANTLi ON IIAND A
full Stock of G ENER A L MlE RIClI A N D)IS E,
viz: SUGARt, COFF"EE, SA LT, ('l100K,
EILY WVAlRE, CA LICO)ES~, .1t.\ NS, and
all kinds of OO(ODS), which he sellsM :asha
as any ot her Mierchant in the Counta~ y.
All kinds of CO0UNTitY PIt()DUrl takeun
in exchiange for GOO0D3, ad sat isfact ion
firont $I3 to ~$8 !
Give me a call nnd be conuvinced of' the
M. C. WINCiIESTElt.
rap 13, 1882 39~
E. W. Marshall & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Next to Ferguson & Miller's,
(UREENVILLE, - - 5. (.
Samples Sent When Desired.
may 4, 182 83 ly
Errors di' Yoasti,
A GE NTLEKMAN who sufered for years
fretm Nervona b&.hi'.ily I'r..... ... ..
LLE, S. C.
SELF FEED)ING COTTON
Olang Sing, New York. T
'turedi at Waynesboro, Pa.
Ory prices: The Celebrated Acme Harrow.
best impement ever int roduced oil a planta
mauifactired at Syracuse, New York.
rill, Vic or Tripple Iinged lIfarroiv, Carter's
1. F. Perry has t wo Oni his plailiationl . I
oIn as to its w(ork(ing.
sale of Barley's kdjuslable and Reversiblo
honmas 1arro. I
1 or Ceictery 101S.
ad Co0 m m[ issl ink Hen'elat.E
V -N INE:. c r EARSI~
ANT on our New Planf
EIT CARDENER SEE S o
TE FAMILY SEoE
[Ves on our own FarmS I
and Rural Register FREE TO ALL. 1
SISCRSFOR TRtADE~ LIST'.
LO W STOCKS,
Shovels, Spades, s
-~ if4~...~~r A' 9i
Cross Cut Saws,
iLots ol' (i!l4'er C0oods at ~
W. T. Mc1PU61 L'S 'I.
PICINS C. II-, S. C..
jan 5, 1'Y82 it
NYEW ! (OOD)S!
The Wor l oves (awl(
so <(() weY..
M. J. SMW T H & C0.,
fiend aIt1 1A ol thNl ht the have 11e-I
ceed Ithe large and13 c IoIOius STI ()IE
knownI as :t he li.t3 (,iro\ll (i(N 1'Iit were
Fib (.T CLe\j 01111a eaoalepie
we Iii lichia ed a fll lu oc 10 of C Ieaonale
13ohds, inebelin FurnO3~ ;~ ishng Goods, -acy
andl Iusrtin t .lo Wboie, alld We13 c afel
aslIeri iht ih:a e Gua isC an Prgi ces will U
comIil3par e l v i abyw sie fayfos
c ta 7, an1cn8 uaane baigin i t'
_eadr___God.___sre t _cll ~
- - 1
i ours respect fully,
M. .3. NM E TRK & CO.,
Lasley, M. C.
Oct 27, 1881 8 ihn
CHAS P. BARRETT,
rrORNEY ' COUNSELOlt AT LA W.
Plckenss C. II., S. C.
)ffice in School Commissioners Office.)
ill practice in the State and Federal
jau6, 1882 16
Co. 0. WErJLLS, Oeo. W. TAYI.oII
MEN L. ORnt, Pickens C. H. 8. t
-eenville. 8. C. I
WELLS, ORh & TAYLOR,
rTOJRNEYS CO UNSELORSA TLA V
PICKENS C. 11., 8. 0.
ompt attention given to busincss entrus
ted to them.
march 10, 1884 25
F. ANSEL, J E Boou,4.
eenville, S C. Pickeis 8 0
ANSEL & BOGGS.
'TOIN EYS AND)(OUNS0LSoIS AT LAW
PICKENST 0. H1., s. 0.
Omco in the Colo-t Htoure. Prompt
tention given t> ill bubilless en.
uisteol to theml.
deo 9, 18S0 12
'he Grand Central
)r J. W. QU1LL)AA
ASL Y, - - N. C.,
II.AVE*11''EIV!) AN) II\. 1.N
re 1thk ,:- t: l st'e-Cle-1l o to k
G isI-, it l, 3 ,1'1\ 0 .1 in this
i 25 ceUiI to ''7.0)1 spj eei A nice iline
0,000) Ymids CalieuesC , .\t'i ti s i~ aitil l'i -
Mly st ock of Li El ies a1 cl e nime'M
oes is comlet et, at Iliici's lha( neCverI fai
Ai larnge lost .l 'ilntS traw Go~is.
ilules, hsaghlt <lirectha froin iuionfaeiurer.i.
Shliring ~ s, SheeLI ri s, Yarni, Illv:iare
ass~wsueC, T.ihle atii I'oeket Cut lery in,
'lless Vai'i'f v.
I)ruigs, Mcle Wilice, Pa isi t, (1i1 a.rol l)ye
A large lot of iI('avy 8nil l''anicy Grmoceries~
eni! yu c lie io j.Esey m ur no
11 ea. I ii i lowI (i.E i pr ice s~ 1: ''e inliy, u~
.1. WYLill ClLI.4lN,
ma~y 1, !885)
G2EAT CAUSEI OF H-UMAN
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uise, Inivoliint ary~ lii issi -n:, inIlEen lEy,
rvouis II~b~limy, n iii ~ltdpiiinEl ii 'ii.
ge g~e.ea ;(o~upin ~ie
le Wo'il i (lio~vnlEl agiili~'ir, ini Illij nt'l
hilt ypEiaeei ~ th n s eni pSE~,
'i; A us in~iay b'E: .eller, :al y ('5n' e~
ies ll riii i .t'l, lEgo ls' Isi' IEEE'.
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PASSENG BU DRP
CHANUE OF SCRHDULE.
PA SENGE RDEPARTMENT.,
CoLUMBIA, S C., May, 18th 188Jt
On and after Monday, May 19th. 18821
passenger trains will run as herewith IndIa
oated upon this Road and its branches:
Daily, except Sundays.
NO. 52. UP PASKiSama -
Leaveoolunibia [A] 11 42 a ni
Alston 12 4 p am
Newberry 1 46. p ni
Ninety six 8 24 p ni
Hodges at 18 P m
Belton at '6 40 p nt
Arrive at Greenville at 7 05 -P at
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER
Leave Greeiville at 10 26 a M
Belton at 11 53 a m
]lodges at 1 17 p m
Ninecy Six 2 U p in
Newberry at 3 65 p rd
Alston at 5 01 p i
Arrive at Columbin [F] 602 p
SPARTANBUlIG, UINION & COLUMBIA
NO. -52 up I' 53NGEa.
12 54 p m
,Z1 I er 1 28 p,~
1 52 p in
tic 229 p U1
Uni 2 57 p i
.L~ii~Ri1~ 3 4 pD.
Ai rve : I 1itmiitirg 4 16 p) w
No. -15 OWP PASSENGER.
Leve st It & 1) depot () 1 00 pm
S U & U dvpt (u) 1 3 p
Shel2 2 5 p, in
a2 54 p m
3 20 p m
Strotl,.'r 4 18p m
Arrive ait Aron 4 53 p at
Lr:ive N,W~l-3 :It. 4 o5 P Al
LAve Spa rn's &t 0 de19 P m
I.:n'gi, P 03 it G ep t
A1u1v 1k( u 12 50O p id
Lllve Hod (:4 :1 t 1 810 P m
.\irive.! A .\.Ii loc 2 2:1 p, xi
he.''i1 12 10 p ti
*\zii i 11 KVS 1 05 p in
1.rav.' l~~t oh2113 20 p xi
A \ 2riv a tlauri:ts j 6 2() p. Di
I.ecAv( I~ali hcriis ]a 03 a m
Ai' n nl VI .LI-I n LANCII
liave llod1 at~ ul i 1 C0 p mn
I~ae.Ubrl 12 1t10 ('1fli 1 0 p mVi1
11:eave1 1:l oni ag tAS1 tWeitl~ieto n
\n.erst n at ~ijdf o hretn
eWit le I i til a(,i1 '~ulbl ~ g
\r Bv at Wa1 1uII Wi h 1 llaxd l
pl el's it t er f.
W'ith &.~I~ Animdron Blirotandh
all j)i~itM orth Ili-pcm
o. vih Ahe il~:n dSpii n it org p mi ,a
Lull a i ui1l :ey uaim
l~Ji~l Si~ooit I1111(1 iae m
hFl . Thrugh :1 ears(11 hetwee Carlest onan
11211le102vi1l and ChiltigIon ad treen
"o ill itlo ~ ol'vitling c lufnflo c a beiwti
either lof the abv p'goi tt 0idIic ~r
A.~ With A C.l~ liieroad1(fiSpn Cht rarto.
I.With W~ihiton,11 ltnn hisn AIngust
With 1101 A111 liaovlilroad fromtt n
for 1.i;nCsIn W er NorPAth Carlina
to. wih(lianiltau ai ebaloxue Divirion Richi
ruOlI2111uoi iam Danv. ill e i twa for At,
I.eith Ahiiaital ~ 2lnlieDvs l' piih
n orl ani hin ill nalwa fro p .
i .itAln a n hrlt i 1sfon Rih
nonal1 an1a(ilel )ira for all
F. lith ~iniCra for Chales ao
I.oWit \hvleadSa6abr laOa ia
II. W .ith Ata t8 n c a1t7eivso xlic xi
O1ilir 'l C i n se nW sin4n D2 C
w (hie i lfc* 1nn1esfserta Colum i
T.~ 31. IllT i'O TG nea 24anagen
J W .!-' I, Aupii ntI'lAno 0
ir-av . 12rld at 1a 00ille R
Clih ange'oi of Schedule.
( n 1a1ni af10 er .gny h :188a2,
l'aiseg e Tri erie o th Alant
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T%orcah ou ot8 p m~
linhn's Gap Junction 10 00 a m
l.nla 10 87 a ri
Gainesville 11 06 a m
\rive Atlanla 1 30 p m
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eve Charlot to 12 60 a m
rrive Gasienia 3 47 p m
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