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LOCAL ITEMS.
-&omo miscreant cut tho public
* well rope last Saturday night.
Oar merchants aro buying a good
deal of cotton.
+
The Temperance Society at this
place is in a flourishing condition.
Tho RACond farm of tlm liicrh nnhnnl
at this place, ends on' the 19th Inst.
A fine two bundredjjdollar horso
belonging to Messrs. Richey <fe Wyatt
nt Eosloy Station, died of colic on
laa( Rof II r^av ninrli t
Buholauy.?tho Depot oflico at
Eaeloy Station, wo are informed, was
broken into one night last week and
about one hundred dollars stolon out
of the money drawer.
Dedication.?The now Baptist
church, at Easley Station, will be
dedicated on tho second Sunday in
this month. Services will bo held on
Saturday before.
% <m
Correction.?In onr last week's is
pne wo stated that thceollerof cotton
was now required to to pay for
i * ^ 4. T* 1 Ob^i! \tr
weiguing iii. o iiiion. vv o
should liavo said the buyer instead of
tho seller.
Tho friends of education, in tho
neighborhood ot Eastatoo Campground,
aro endeavoring to establish
a Peabody school at that place. We
wish them success in their noble uns
A ? 1
uuimnuik*
/
Somo fiendish person, ft few weeks
lincc, shot nnd killed a lino horse of
0 T. J. ltobertoon's. Tlio horse was in
Mr. It's pasture, and was giving n<?
one trouble, and what object any ono
could have had in shooting tho Uorao
is hard to understand. A term in
tho Penitentiary is .what all such
miscreants deserve.
T?trr
l' 1 arn M iv .Trtainli nimnninn
? 1
Anthony Lewis and G. W. Alexan^
der, United States prisoner?, sentenced
tothrco months imprisonment by
Judge Bryan, at tbo last term of the
Court in Greenville, bave been released
from jail, their terms of im?
i ifiontt nntit /witiiwt/l
Sai.k Day.?There was quite a re
electable attendance of citizens on
eaie uay. I'Ju jjiupui ty i6j;OSC d of
l?v the Sheriff. "Tanirle foot" was
quiet uijtii after dark, when lie became
very noisey, but our city fathers
were all nicely cnsconsed iti their
beds snoozing, unconscious of what
was transpiring in tho streets.
The Boys in Grey."?Wo were
wont to adtniro tbo boj's who woro
tho grey, though it was not for iho
^ gr^V alono, but for tbo noblo, chivalrous
hearts that boat under it. They
oom-manded tbo admiration of tho
frilA fln/1 fl\A hl'OtTA !n nnn?tf Ini./I
But how fow admiro a fino bond 011 olopod
in grey hairs and whiskers?
vory fow. Wo nil lovo admiration
anc nothing in our nppoaranco is
tuoro calculated to socuro it than
pretty hair. It oid ago, sicknoss or
i sorrow hnR rolilind vnn nt it wnn on 11
f ?t. j "" -i j-'"
regain it by th3 uso of Da. Tutts Hair
Dye. Its popularity is so groat that
it can bo found on thosholvos of ovory
druggiflt in tlio land.
Why will You Pine Away?
without a 1'abablr?The demands for
Dr. J. Bradfields Female Regulator is beyond
precedent in the annals of popular remedies.
Orders oome in so thick and fast that the
Proprietor has, heretofore been unable to fill
/ them all. IIo is happy so stale that arrange^
ments are now complete by which he is prepared
to manufacture Female Regular on a
scale equal to the emergency, and the publio
may feel assured that their wants may now be
supplied. Physicians of high repute arc using
this great remedy, in daily practice, all oyer
Georgia. Heroafler no woman no?d
from suppressed, suspended or irregular menstruation.
This valuable medicine is prepared
by L H. Bradfteld, Druggist, Atlanta, Ha.,
r and aold at $1.60 per bottle by respectable
druggest throughout America.
Hearty, Blooming Widow.
MARIETTA. OH MUMI. O ift7n
Mtttn. Bradfitid ft Co.?Gentlemen:?You
will pltase Bhip us another supfMy of your
invaluable Fknalk Hkoiii.atok, ant) forward!
bill by mail. Wo arc happy te state that thre
remedy glvos bottor satisfaction than any artiqle
we sell. We ha^o been selling it sinoe
186B, and witnessed many remarkable curcs
by it. Among others, there was a lady friend
'' of ours who was sallow and sickly until she
was twenty-six years old, when she was married.
Her husband lived two years and died.
ii ?- 1 - '
?ms ovnuiiuuu in imu neaun ; in laol, she hftg
never boen what a w?m#n ought to be. A
few montlio after tho death of her hunhnnd,
ohe saw your advert iaement, and came to ou^
tore And bought a bottle of your Regulator.
Oct 21 8 4
/
>T liiw A in V IjMJ'I' ru l? vrrno
10,
EVERY BODY COME!
TO
PICKENS G. II., S. 0.,
AND SEE W11AT
|
tit omw
AND WHAT A QUANTITY OF
GOODS
E. H. GRIFFIN,
IIAS RECEIVED AND IS RECEIVT
m r\
111 VI.
I propose to sell them cheapcr than
any ono.
I can suit any ono in all lines of
D R Y-G O ODS!
<;ito< i:ieii:s, Ac.
Just returned from market. Don't
fail to call and seo. No troublo to
show Goods.
Thanks for past patronago, and
liopo a continuance of tho same.
.Respectfully,
E. II. GRIFFIN.
A j oo n
LOOK ! OUT !
o
NEW FIRM WITH NHW GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
Wo have in store, nnd arc now receiving our
large and elegant slock of
PALL ft Wim M
W I V III B Mil MlfVtfM
consisting of all (lie latest stylos anil shades
tlfVM ??tlf i
AND
TRIMMINGS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, &C.
Wo hare also paid Special Attention to our
BOOT AND SHOE
Department, which we bought direct frnm Dip
Manufactories ! Consequently can save our
customers rue prom 01 this miuul,KJ1AN. |
tor Examine our stock and bo convinced. I
J AS. II. MORGAN & CO.
Greenville, S.O.,Oct. I t, 1876 7 it
DISSOLUTION
VTOTICE in hereby given, thai the Coparlncrehip
heretofore existing between O.
II. C. HMITH & CO., as (Jigar Manufacturers,
X ? iLi? .? 1. rnL.
13 III1N U?jr UI3DUITCU, J llllllllJH U'> 11 r\ v 111 . 1IIC
buHinosRwill be continued by Mr. 11. PECIIs
nek.
O. H. 0. SMITH k co.
Oct 21, 1875 Jfc H 8
FINAIi SETTLKfflKSfT.
Application win be mado to i. 11.
Pbilpot, Judge of Probalo, for l'ickcnH
County, on Saturday, the 201 h d:iy of
rtovemner next, ior leave to mane a rinni
Settlement. of the Katatoof Abraham Rtirdino,
deceased, and bo diucharged as Administrator
of said Kstate.
J. T. ANTHONY, Adm'r.
Oct 21,1875 8 4
TO ^OA Por ,,ny ! Agents wanted,
ipt) All classes of working peo*
pie, of either sex, young or old, make more
mnnnv At. wnrW for im in tlioir nnnrA mn?
mentH, or nil (ho time, Ihnn at Anything olno
P?rtioul?ra free. Address 0. STINSON k CO
Portland, Maino.
TF ..
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Prescription Free
for tho speedy cure of special troubles common
to to tho yonng and middled aged. Nervous,
mental and physical depression, loss of
memory and energy, pains in tho back, self
distrust, dizziness of sight, confusion of ideas,
aud other disorders of the n?rvous system
COnsCOUOnt OH varioitu lfi?l '??? >- '' ~
^ -.... W iwnvi HIV
vitality of tho system. Any druggist has the
ingredients. Address Dr. E. II. HILTON,
Cincinnati, 0.
(t* | O a day at home. Agents wanted. OuttpI/O
fit and terms free. Truo & Co., Au~
gusta, Maine.
\\T A WfTcm Agents for the boat
VV xVxN _L Jli \ J selling prizo Pack
ages in tlio world. It contains 15 sheets of
paper, 15 Envelopes. Golden Pen, Pe? Holder,
Pencil, Patent Yard Measure, and a piece
of Jewelry. Single package, with elegant
prize, post paid, L'5 cents. Circular free.
P. I! I I > I: & CO., 7(?' > Itroad way. New York
Aiv|BlM!K Wl'.r.K guaranteed to Agents,
Nk I I Male and Female, in tlicir locality.?
Ijj I / Terms and OUTFIT FltEE. Address
T ' 'p. O. VIUKERY & CO., Angnsta, Me.
iofcinu KlT^5,?00
IiiOO days iu A. 1 Stocks.
My Systara is Safe, Honorable & Simple
Pamphlet Sent Frco to AH.
IF. II. WEEKS, Banker, 178 Broadway, New
York. Stocks bought and sold at the New
York Stock Exchange.
$5 to $20 per day at home. Samplos worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maino.
MIND Reading, I'syehomancy, Fascination,
Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, showing how either sex may
fascinato and gain the love and affection of
any person they choose instantly. 400 pages.
By mail 50 cents, Hunt & Co., 139 S. 7th St.,
BL!t- 1 ?. ?
luuuueipnin.
Advsrtiser's Sazeite.
A Journal of Information for
Advertisers Edition 9,600
copies. Published weekly.?
Terms, $2 per annum, in advance.
FIVE SPECIMEN COPIES (DIFFERENT
DATES) TO ONE ADDRESS FO I i>5 OT3.
Oftico No. 41 Park How Now York.
?4co. P. ItOWELL ?& C'Oc,
EDITORS AND PlIBMSIJEnS.
Nov 4 10 4
FALL AND OTES GOODS!
Your attention is most respectfully
called (o the largest and decidedly
the cheapest Slock of Goods that lifts
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; consisting
Of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Hlir nri..na '
r..,vU ...? rU ivn mat iio i10u8c 111 is
side of New York can uiulcr-sell vis.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables us lo make the above declaration.
We keep constnully on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASII and IiLlNDS, at prices that
defy competition.
Wc also keep on hand a large lot of those
celebrated Oil A NOB PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invite your attention.
We havo also connected to our Store, a
a Largo WAOON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free and Opbn to All.
lll-l *V KKOTIIKIl.
Greenville S. C., October 1, 1876. *o6tf
Earlc, Wells A Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an ollice at Pickens C.
II., S. <!., will attend promptly to all business
left with (>. . Taylor who may bo always
found at tlieir office at Pickens C. II., S. C.
One of the senior partners will always bo
present at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. K. F.ARLE, \
CI. G. WKLL8, J 0. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
P P TO AT 17
A. t X JL. W X A
?Manufacturer of?
Doors, SasHEs,
iDbasasie. Fs.??H!Ht.
? Dealer in?
BUILDERS' IIARD W AIIE,
Faints, Oils, &c
?Sole Ajrcnt for?
The National Mixed Paint Co.
Fiie C J uk at American Pike Extinguisher
Co.
PAGE MACHINE I5ELTING CO.
? Sknd for I'riok8.
Ofiico and Waroroome,
N08. 20 & 22 Haytio and 38 and 35
Pinckney Sta.
Factory and Yards, Ashloy Itivor,
West End Broad Street,
OIIAllLRSTON, S. C. 4-1 y
bum iimniM ( mi a .
m wfifiw su?, 00.=: :z
(0 New Years, P08I| paid, GO cts. (Address
"Tlic Sun," N. Y.
I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
9 W 91
AT
McFALL'S,
WI1EN Vou COME TO PIOKs
ENS, where you will find a
FRESII STOCK of
nn v a n n n c
uu k u y u u m,
NOTIONS,
BOOTS, SIIOE8 & II ATS,
Groceries,
Crockery and Tinware.
? A T.sin-.
A LOT OF GOOD
Tobaccoei and Sogars.
In abort, a little of everything.
Cull in, and if you dont soo what yon
want,
Ask For It.
Respectfully,
W. T. McFall.
Oct 14, 1375
Thomas W. mi,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
At RUSSELL'S.
Heady Mado Clothing, ranging
from 35 to $45 a suit,
At KUSSELI/S.
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings,
Fall Prints, etc. ?1 25 a bunch for
Yarn, and othor things in proportion,
A f DTTCOPr T ?C!
-t iu JLV u uuii yj I * u.
Good Lot oi Grocorics on hand
find to nrrivo. If j'ou want anything,
or want to see anything,
Call on RUSSELL.
II yon wantEtiwan Dissolvod Bono
r?..
iur ?? iiuui,
Call on RUSSELL.
If you want to find polito and #cntlomanly
clorkB, call on Mr. Robinson
and John,
At RUSSELL'S.
Easloy Station, S. C., Sopt. G, 1875.
NOTICE!
Wc have received our
Fall anil Winter Goods,
and arc nronarcd to noil (roods at low fiffiirrn
Wc have on hand two car loads of Salt and
two car loads of Bagging and Ties, which
wc propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cash price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Taper at Wholesalo Pricos.
| nootf R. E. HOLCOMBE & SON.
The Htuieornoiitli Carolina
Piokenb County.
By I. II- Philpol, Jnd^e of Probatt.
Whkkkah, W. T. Field, hath mado suit
to mo to grant him Letters of Administration,
on the Estate and Effocts of John
M. Field, deceasod?
The kindred and orodllors of tho saiu John
M. Field, arc therefore oiled to be and appear
boforo me, in the Court of Probate, to bo
holden at Pickens C. H., on Monday, (ho 15th
day of November next, at 11 o'clook. a. m.,
to shew cause, if any they have, why tho said
administration should not be granted.
Oiven under ray hand and real this, the
28th day of Ootober A. D., 1876.
I. II. PHIIiPOT, j.r.r.c.
? Oct 28, 1875 0 2." t
P
JN K W A D V ERTISEMENTS.
j Easlsy High School,
KiNLKY STATION, H. V.
The exorcises of this School wero o{>oncd
on Tuesday. /Sent. 14th. Tuifinn not- k?i.?1
aatic year :
Primary Department . . . $20
Intermediate Department . . 30
High Bchool Department . . 40
Qood board can bo secured in the village at
from $10 to $12 per mouth. For further
particulars, address tho principal.
no 3 It \VM. S. MORRISON, A. It.
Gentlemen's |
K9IPORIU9I OF FASHION,
Greenville, S. C\
The undersigned beg leave to inform tlicir
friends and (lie public generally, tlint they
intend opetling on the 1st of October, 1875,
in one of the new iron front buildings, second
door above the postoflice, one of the largest
and most complete stock of HEADY MADE
CLOTHING and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS ever brougnt to this market,
and as \vc intend purchasing our entire stock
with the cash, will bo enabled to oiler 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.
Mo.MAHAN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
3 lm
NEW GOODS!
f flf if Hi
GFHTLEHEn FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, AND nATS,
RA DDT.ITS PPTHT T?c
A7JV1 JL/XJIJU A^JJ
*H ARNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
CVDfTD rr ATTn
OlllUJ-i AN1) V IjVJ U It,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Wanted!
Everybody who read the Sentinel
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, ami will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
iMERCIIANDISE, which they will
Hell as cheap as the cheapest, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SUGAR and COFFER,
FLOUR AND MOLASSE^,
LEATHER AND SALT,
CHEESE and CRACKERS,
UAjNDx, FJLSll, TOIUUVJO, &C., &C.
Woolen and Cotton Goods, Litest
Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Cliil
dren's llats, IJoots and Shoes. I5eat
Standard Prints at 10c. per yanJ
Iteady JMado Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuanco
of tho same, and cordially invito
ALL whocomo to P.asloy Station to
give thorn ft call.
NOTICI4.
I tako (his method of informing my friends
that I will ho found in my office on cach
SATURDAY, for the purposo of transacting
any business (hat corocs under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
? ??1 .IS<T 1
vuuipvi "IV I" i?wow?" ?!? UIUI/IUIII (il
tho county, I make this special appointment
for the benefit of all concerned.
It. A. BO WEN,
no'ir*. 1 v Xpnn 1 (^nmmia ot/.nAf
AnSOLUTF. DIVORCK8 OBTAIN KD
from Courts of different States for de.
sertion, &o. No publicity required. No
charge until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
40 Gin 104 Broadway, N. Y.
?ll v*
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Oct 11, 7 iy
MANHOOD:
i/o if lost, how restored!
Just published, a now edition of Dr. Cilt.?
terwrel's Cki.kruatkd Essay on the radical
cure (without inedicinc) of Spermatorrhoea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impoteney, Mental and Physical Incapacity,
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Address the Publishers,
CI I AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 llowery, New York; l'ost (Mice Box, '158G
Oct 14 7 ly
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WE want some one in every county trr
lake orders and deliver goods lor tho
old anil original C. 0. I). House. Large cash
wages. Splendid chance in every neighborhood
for the right person of either aex, young
or oiu. samples, tree anil post paid. Send
for it nt orico nnd make money at your homos.
Address, II. J. HALL & CO. UN. Howard
Street, Jialsimore, J/d
Oct 21, 1876 8 8m
S U B S (J i t 1 IJ E
FOIL Till}
FIDS SBL
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT T.AXJ7 AWfl rTJ TiUlTTV
a a AilJl w i * 11 Xf AAV AJU.UA A A
MBamiLB, s. s*
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS OF
THE STATE AND OK TJIE UNITES
STATES.
Sept '28 10 if

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