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LOCAL ITEMS.
t Tho cotton mnrkct is looking up.
Ckestuuto have comrnonccd to find
tbcir way to tnarkot.
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. t A Grange is to bo organized at
Pickonsville to morrow.
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Mr. II. D. Rowland has been nps
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't poinieu jl vol iuuaior in vycnirni omtion.
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Kktuknkd.?Our merchants Iiavo
all returned from markot and tiro re,
coiving their now go da.
'
W. A. Lesley will pay the highest
market price for cotton, in cash.
Bring it along and got your money.
It.
Dikd.?Mr. Gilliland, who lives
near Glassy Mountain, lost a little
aon, on Monday last, from diphlhe>
*'? . .
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The freight train on tho gravel
road has commenced running from
* this place to Easley. Miko is tho
conductor.
n.,,. nu.L- r.f ii,? n..n.?
vy 111 vutvivtm VIVI n ^\/i mw vvw u v
lias had tl?o ground in front of tho
Court House passage fixed inelegant
style.
Tho Rove. Lamar and Hudson,
15 iptist ministers, will com men co. a
protracted meeting at Central Station
on Saturday night boforo tho filth
(Sunday in this month.
* A young man at Easloy Station is
dosirous of trying matrimony. lie
has a cooking stove and sewing ma<4
chine to commence with. Old maids
uwu iiv;v 4%|'lv*
Four new building* are going up
hi Eisloy, two stores and two dwellings,
and others, wo are informed,
are soon to bo under way.
Mr. VV. S. ICirksv, white, was
knor.kad dowa with a rock, by Gus
Ferguson, cdored, 011 Monday last.
Tho wound (1 gash in tiiu head) id
painful but not dangerous.
Jamks 11. Morgan & Co.? We call
tho attention of our readers to tho
advertise nont of this reliable linn.
When you visi reeuvillo give them
a call, and wo assure you they will
fulfill all they promise.
Cottyn is finding its way to market
very slowly. The farmers seem
disposed to hold b ick for better
prices. T!?i* wo think they can very
safely do, provided thoy aro able,
for wo hardly think it will fall under
tho present price.
?
f Fkobt.?Thero was considerable
\ frost at this placo night before last,
* and yesterday was rather cold, caused,
perhaps, bv tho eix inch snow.
g which wo notico by telegraph report,
fell in Canada 011 Tuesday tho 12 h.
?
M. W. Fokd.? Wo ealll attention
4 to tho advertisomont of this popular,
onergotic aud reliable merchant of
Easlcy Station. Ilia stool; id largo
I ' and carefully selected, and ho guarantees
satisfaction to purchasers.
Do not fail to give hitn a call when
you go to Easloy.
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Augusta Ciironiolk & >Skn\
tinkl.? Wo tako pleasure in calling
the attention of our readers to the
advertisement of this able and reliabio
journal. It is tho oldest news
^ paper in &! C South, and besides boing
sound on politics, it furnished u
complete report of tho cotton market
in Europe and America.
Wo aro roquostod to state that the \
m , funeral of Mrs. Jano Field, docoascd,
r *vill bo proachod at Mountain Grove
^ Chinch, on tlio fourth Sabbath, in?t.,
by Eldors Chaatain & Holder. Tho
- friondu aro respectfully invitod to
1
MVUIItt.
Insank.?Thomas Godfrey, a young
man of this county, linn been lodged
in jail, on tho grounds of insanity, for
safe keoping, until lio can bo exams
, ined by a board of physicians and
sent to tho Asylum. Itolhcr, a priss
oner now coufmod in jail, charged
with placing obstructions op tho Air
Lino Itailroad, and throwing a train
froiu tho tract, is thought to bo insane.
' \Vhethor it is iillocted or real wo aro
3 ' not ublo to say.
An. Outrageous Charge.?Some
timo since wo ordorod a keg ot printers
ink -(filty pounds) from New
York, and directed it eliippod to
ttnalev Station. Tlnonch nnmn mi?.
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take it landed in tlio depot at I'endlo.
tun, of which fact we were duly informed
by tho agont at that place,
and requested by him to send for it.
IIo also informed us that tho charges
were 70 ccnts. Wc at once sent the
money tuul requested tho agent to
forward the keg to J?asloy Station,
which ho accordingly did, by sending
it to Central Station, on a wagon,
from which tilnnn it u ns aorifc to T?!a.il?u
,
a distanceof fifteen miles, on tl?o Air
Lino Ilailroad, fur which wo pnicl 45
cents, more than half as much as
wo paid from Now York to Pendleton.
This is a small amount, but it
is, never!hcless, an outragoous charge
and iloes not rcllect muc'i credit on
llio company.
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AN ICW VJIIUUCI1E8.? IllO IICW liliptist
uluu o.il sit Easloy is a very noat anil
substantial 6tructuro, and is now
nearly completed. Tho Methodist
denomination propose to build, in a
8hoit time, at that placo. a new
church, whieh they badly need. We
hope tho public will generously aid
them and enable thorn to complete
their building in a short time.
IvICMKDY KOK Iloo ClIOLKItA.? Ml*.
It. lv. Pace, 0110 of tlio substantial
citizons of our County, in forms lis
that black poppet* in a good remedy
for bog cbo)orn. The pepper should
be ground and about a tabic spoon*
ftil given in slop once a day. This
is a simple remedy and can be easily
tried.
?
Salu at Liukutv.?On the 7tli inst.
the remaining town lota at Libel ty
Station, wcio disposed of at very
high figures, soino of them selling at
1110 rate of $1,520 per acre. Improvements
have commenced going
n;> at t Si id place, and its business
prospects are encouraging. Air. S.
M IL.lcombo lias a store in operation
and will soon commence the erection
of a commodious brick store bouse.
Tlio opening of good roads to tbo
town should bo tho first thing to on,?
frill*.t llir* ??
*??v? uvvviiviwii ui ho KJli izivjiidj uiiu
from 111is place especially.
Tiik Uankuui'T.?It is estimated
llwii ol llie number who launch their
barques on the stormy sea of commerce,
nine out of ten becomo banknipt.
Many things conspire to elVect
this result. Prominent among them
is '-living beyond your means," ex>
haunting your financial strength. ?So
it is in the physical mart, possessed
of strength and anticipations of a long
life, wo launch out in the ouiut of
pleasure.
Wo livo beyond our means; under*
mining our constitutions by cxtravax
ganco in eating and drinking; by dis<
regarding t!io natural laws of health,
and ero wo aro awaro of it wo aro
bankrupts in body?Dyspepsia and
Ubeumatism, or iivor complaint, or
shattered norves, or kidney disoaso or
dropsey oxhausts our physical capital
and wo aro unable to moot tbo hoavy
drafts upon our constitution. But
vou muv rosumo. Chock vour oxLpa.
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vaganco and by the aid of Tutt'h
L'im.s, your broken constitution will
bo restored and tlio drafts on tbo exchequer
of health will never bo dishonored.
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Do You Want Health?
Wiiy Will Yk Dig ??Death, or what is
worse, is the inevitable result of continued
suspension of the menstrual tlow. It is a condition
which should not be trilled with. Im
mediate reliel is the only safeguard against
senstilnlional ruiu. In nil cases of suppresoion,
suspension or oilier irregulrrity of tho I
"courses," I>r. J. llradlield's Fciualo Kegula i
tor is I lie only sure remedy. It nets by giving i
tone to the nervous centres, improving the I
blood and determining directly to the organs
of uicnslruation. It is a legitimate prescrip- i
lion, ami the most intelligent Doctors use it. '
Prepared by J 11 llradliehl, druggist, Atlanta, i
(Ja , $1.60 per botttle, and sold by respect
ablo druggists everywhere.
lJoon to Suffering Females.
I.aOrangc, (la,, Muicli 2'J, 1870.
Dradfield & Co., Atlanta, Oft.?Dear Hira?
I take pleasure in slating tliat I have lined for
the last twenty years the medicine you are
putting up, known as Dr. Mradfieid's Female
ltcgulutor, ami consider it the best comhinas
tion ever gotten together for the diseases for
which it is recommended, I have been familiar
with the preparation both as a practi*
tionor of medicine and in domestic practice,
and can honostly say that I consider it a
boon to guttering females, and can but hope
that every bvly in our laud, who may he suffering
in any way peculiar to their sex, mny
bo able to procure a bottle, and their sufferings
may not only be relieved, but they may
be restored to health and strength.
With my kindest regards,
I am very respectfully, (
uoOO lu W. D. FEK1SLL, M, D- \r
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AT
McF ALL'S,
WI1EN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, whcro you will find n
FRESH STOClv of
HI GOODS,
NOTIONS,
BOOTS, SHOES & IIATS,
Groceries,
Crockery an?l Tinware.
?ALSO?
A LOT OF CJOOI)
Tcbaccocs and Sojirs,
In short, a little of everything.
Cull in, and if you dont seo what you
want,
Ask For It. |
Respectfully,
\Y. T. MCFall.
Oct 14, 1875
P. P. T O A I E
? Manufacturer of?
Doors, SasHEs,
?Mills?, ro.iiaiiii?.
? Dealer in?
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
Paints, Oils, &c,
?Solo Agent for?
Tub National Mixkd Paint Co.
The Git eat American Piiie TCxtin*
vju isii kh Co.
PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO.
Send for Priors.
Oflico nnd Warorooma,
Nob. 20 & 22 llayno and 38 and 35
Pinckney Sts.
Factory and Yards, Ashley lliver,
West l?nd Broad Street,
OHAIUjBSTON, S. C. 4-1 y
Bankrupt Sale.
|N UK. WM. COUCH, UANKKUPT.
By virtue of an order from tlio District
[Jourt of I lie United Stales, Milting in Bankruptcy,
I will sell on s.ilesday in November
next, fit l'ickcns Court House, ty the highest
bidder for ca&h, nil tlio interest of the said
llankrupl, tlio same being ONE-FOURTH of
I lie WOLF CREEK FACTORY, and the
TRACT of LAND upon which the Factory is
initiated ; also, his interest in the PERSONAL
PROPERTY.
Solil at the risk of llie former purchaser.
W. T. SUM ATE, Assignee.
Oct 1 I 7 7
NOTICE!
Wo havo received our
Fall an?l Wln^r Uoodg,
anil lire prepared to sell goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads cf Bagging and Ties, which
we propose to sell at Grccnvillo prices.
Highest cash price paid for Citton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices.
no8tf R. E. HOLCOMBK & 8QN.
TBS WEEKLY SUM i columns, from now
to New Years, post paid, 00 cts.J |Addreas
"Tlio Sun," N. Y.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FAAIam UU? I
Mwy ui?u Asnooi,
EAKLGV STATION, ?. ?.
Tho exercises of tbls Sohool wore opened
on Tuesday, <S>'cpt, 14th. Tuition per Scholastic
year :
Primary Department . . . $20
Intermediate Department . . 80
High School Department . . 40
Good hoard can bo secured in tho village at
(Vom $10 to $12 per month. For lurther
particulars, address tho principal.
no 3 4t WM. S. MORRISON, A. B.
Gentlemen's
KniPOIUUiH OF FASHION,
Clreciiville, N. CJ.
The undersigned beg leave to inform their
friends and the public generally, ihat they
intend opening on the 1st of October, 1876,
in one of tlie new iron front buildings, second
door above the postofiicc, one of the largest
and most complete stock of READY MADE
(7LOTHINO and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS ever brougnt to this market,
and as we intend purchasing our eutire stock
with the cash, will bo enabled to offer our
goods at very low prices.
Call and see us before purchasing else
where, as it will be a pleasure for us to show
our goods.
MoMAIIAN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
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NEW GOODS!
Ill f itlf,
GFHTLEM5 F0R1II5HIHG GOODS,
ISOOTR. RUfiRS .v? hats
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
I r A It N E S S ,
GROCERIES,
SUGAR, COFFE, I3AC0N LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At w A. iiKS rJ Ky & SON \S.
Wanted!
Everybody who read tho Skntinki.
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on bond at
EASLEY STATION,
A well selcclcd stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell us chcap us the 0110111)051, consisting
in part of
BACON ani> LAUD,
SUGAlv and COFFEE,
FLOUU and MOLASSI-N,
t . v a t 1 i i.' i ? i un u a i t
CI113KSE and CUACIvKUS,
CANDY, K1SII; TOBACCO, &c.,&c.
Woolen and Cutton Goods, Latest
Stifles of Ladies', Men's and Chil
dren's Hats, Boots and Shoes. Bent
Standard Prints at lOe. por yar J
Ready Made Clothing at ?5.00, and
upwards, per unit.
Thanking their cu&tomora for past
l iflt i'i kit m i uiilifit o m\i\t ?11 11 *i iirni
of tho same, and cordially invito
ALLwliocotno to P.usioy Station to
{>ivo them a call.
I* OTIC K.
I lake this method of informing my friends
that I wilt be fonnd in my oftieo on each
8ATUK1MY, for the purpose of transacting
any business lliat comes under my jurisdiolion.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compel me Co bo absent in different parts ot
tlio counly, 1 make this special appointment
fm* tlir> lu>noftl. nf fill nnnnnrnpil
It. A. HOWKN,
no25*ly Scool Commis sioner
ABSOLUTE DIVOHCE8 OBTAINED
from Courts of different States for desertion,
&c. No publicity required. No
charge until divorce grunted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
j 40 6m 104 Broadway, N. Y.
0t
NEW AI>VKHTISEMENTS
I
E. H. GRIFFIN,
DEALER IN?
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
SOOTS, SHOES,
Hardware, Etc.,
PICKENS C. II., S. C.
NEW GOODS coming in every
day. Wo guaranteo satisfaction.
Don't fail to call when in town, and
bo convinced that you can get
Goods Cheap.
i
SUBSCRIBE
FOR TUB
FIB SENTINEL.
Butler & McBee
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
IUKIVILLB? ft*
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS Ot
THE STATE AND OF THE UNITEt
STATES.
Scj>t 28 10 If
NEW ADVEIU'ISEMENIS7
Send Postal Card for a Specimen Copy
of
THE WASHINGTON
WEEKLY STAR.
Established 1862.?8 pages.?6t) columns.
Address The Evening Star Newspaper Co.,
Washington, D. C. '
Nhuu Drug P^Imooi.
Medicine Rendered Useless!
Volta's Electro Belts and Bands are indorsed
by the most cuiiueut physicians, in the
world for the cure of rheumatism, neuralgia,
liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney disease,
aches, pains, nervous disorders, tits, female
complaints, nervous and general debility, and
other chronic diseases of the chest, head,
liver, stomach, kidneys and blood. Book
with full particulars free by Yolta belt Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
QO n AJII'IjK FRKK anil big pay to
<J)0 O Male and Female everywhere.
Address The Union I'ubliahing Co , New
York, N. J.
(t> 1 O a day at homo. Agent* wanted. Outfu
and terms free. True & Co., Au?
gusta, Maino.
iimoi \jiv/ii> 1/ r,Ani.-iuii/.ii oi lrauesX/
men's Industrial Institute, Pittsburgh,
I'tt., Opens Oct. 7, closes Nov. (5, Address A.
J. NBLLI8, Pres. T. I. I.
dj()raday guaranteed using our WELL
rP/0?L> AUGER & MULLS. $100 a month
paid to good ageufs. Auger llook free. Jili
Auger Co., St. Louis, Mo.
KOVAL HAVAN A " LOTTKK \\
^vi*| v*v Distributed every fifteen days.
1 prise $100,100 | 1 prize . $60,000
2 pri7.es, $25,000 each . . . 00.000
854 prizes, amounting to . . 310,000
Whole tickets, $20; quarlerfl, $5; (wen*
lietlis, $1.
Ciroulats and information free. Prizes
cashed. A. DONAU & CO., Iinnkere.
I > SiUllltu IIUA .'Vi'lF. ^1 I Hi n, ItUlYy 11 I
II Royal Saxon and Brunswick Government
Lotteries constantly on hand.
TIi? Hest Family NtMlieiiiCtt,
Tested by popular use for ovor
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY J
Dr. Strong't Compound Sanative Pills euro
Constipation, Biliousness, ISowel Complainf,
Malarial Fever#, Ulieumatism, -Erysipelas,
and all disease# of Liver, Stomach and
Bowels.
"Dr. Strong's Pectoral Stomach Pills
cure Coughs, Colds, Cramp, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, Female Complaints, I lean Disease,
and all disorders of Chest and Stomach.
win \ WEEK gufirar.<oei< <? Male and fr'e
yJ J NOTHING lo iry it. VariiculurH free.
T* P.O. VWKEllY k CO., Augusta, Me.
$5 (o$il) ptr day ai home. tiohtptefl wortU
$1 fi?e. Stinson & Co., Pot-ilaud, Maiu^.
T)SYCHOMA.NOV, <>" KOUL (illAi:.MlN<.:
J_ Uow cither sex may fa?ciaaJo and gain
(tie love ?n?l afFocitem of 11*3- ]>ers?M <<iey
chowe, iiitfuttrtiy. TAciu *rt- .nit emu pwscijti,
free, by mail, for 25 cciils 4 Ui^ollusr with ?
Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
Hints <0 Ladicti, eic. 1^(XAO,000 sol i. A^-accx
baekAddre.-w
T. TYflXIAM fc CO , VuV Thfla.
PerJ,iy-' .Agents wanted,
ipt/ tP/Olf All classy of working people,
of etoUer sect, yo*n>g & </?J, matke more
money e.i *vt.ck /or. ,u? iin l.U'iir gjniro moments,
or all the :(iKme, than at auything else
Particulamfrue. AAdvess <J. tSTINSON Sl C(#
Portland, Maisfcc.
T11E TJO^EEKu"
A liRitdHomc illustrated .uem^pivpev, containing
Information for everybody. Tells
how and where <? bcctitc a iioxk cheap,
8>:.vt Vbk? to ALU i'akl'ri ok ti1k would.
it contains the Nkw IIomkktkad am> Timukr
Laws, with other interesting nmtw
found only in ibis pajver.
SEND FOR IT AT ON* E.
]t mill <e?st you a I'ohtai. <'.???. New
number tor April just out. Atblress
< >. V. 4>AVt8,
Land Commissioner U. J', it. It
Oh aw a, Num.
TABLE ROCK.
The Hold at this Popular Summer Itenort
is now open for I ho reception of visitors. The
table will be stipvlieU with tbe Itvst (lie conntry
affords. The rooms are well furnished
ami scrupulously clean. rso pains will i>?
spared to render the stay of visitors pleasant
ami agreeable.
Hides ol' lloui'd,
Per Pay . . . . . $ 2.(><>
Per H'eek IJ.lMl
Per Mouth 1 000
V. 8. J ONUS,
"uo50 Proprietor,
Notice!
Hy order of 1. I!. Philpot, Judge of
Probate for Pickens county, I will
sell to the highest bidder nt Pickens Court,
lioosc, on Saturday, the KUli day of October
next, tho notes and accounts belonging to tho
estate? of Allen and Matthew Keith, deceased ,
that have been appraised doubtful and worthless.
8. L>. KKITII,
Ailuiinistratos Uc Ronus Non.
8?>l *?7 1M7iin.ri St
HUSBAND'S
Calcincd Magnesia.
Ih free from unplenenn Iftsrc, or roughness to
the louco or pilnte, In one third (he doso etf
commoil ningncasia It relieves Sick hcndncho
Sour stomach, coativncss, nnd other diseases
of tho atomaoh and bowels, The worlds fair
Medal and l'our First priniuni Silver medals
awarded it as the beet in the market. For
gale by druggists nnd country Htdrokeeper,
nnd by T, J, Hubband, Jr, f hiladcfpTiia, jfy
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