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* ttf- t I 1 1 l-MI 1 t vy o iinvu imu uuvurm Killing irosis in the last wo-k. ' ODka0.t-^A'little daughter of our fellow townsman, Mr. John Lesley, died on Tuesday Last. Our appeal.,to^iuyftatrona in last weeks issue brought^oqao of them to * our assiesta^e^ f <1uany others iuiiuw vi i njr u.\?uij;iu. , inj- <! . ot trying matrimony, is, wo arc informed, trying to "Bult'' tho r JLjib ountinki. oliicu was weienaueu on Tuesday evening last by "our Cbila," who discoursed charming music on a jow6~barp. I 0B ? ...... Wo lidarn that the Mt. Tabor Grango i6 an activo working body> nnd ia in n flonrinhinc* nonrlitinn " r> ? v v* a Thty meet "oh Saturdy before the % second Sunday in each month. ? The tirao of year in which tho shooting of partridges is prohibited by law, expired on tho 15th instant. Qood sport ahead for tho boys until (he law acrain takes effect next vear. Our usually peaceable and quiot town lias been somewhat disturbed on sevoral occasions recently, by parties who have beon too intimato with "John Barleycorn." lie is a daneorous old gentleman. and his company should bo shunned entirely. The Rev. Mr. MoLees, ot the Prost bytcrian Church, and the Rev. Mr 8fockmftn, of the Methodist Church, will commence a three days meeting at this place on to-morrow week, Friday, the 29th inst. t m % m Personal.? Wo had tho pleasure of meeting in out* town this week, Mr. H. C. Mtirck, ono of tho largest and most successful merchants of Greonvillo. Look out for his adver tiooiijent in tho Sentinel in a short, timo. There a r? several parties who do bIio to rent houses in this place, but there are none empty. Would it uot pay a handsome per cent to some one who has tho capital, if there bo any 4'8ich," to erect houses for tho pur*Impose of renting. We think so and -* hop? Borne enterprising citizon will iitke hold and build several of tliem. K. II. Nash, we are informed, liM K dn appointed Depot Agent at fetation. Thus? desiring to f -tftton from that point can now MA I L .v4? C . u I 1. dt O i\ r ic / w jwuijjio nil uio btiiuu. $o.iru <i/\ Will carry ft balo of cotton ovor Lino Railroad from that point v to Charleston. ? SrRKADiNo Our.?Mr. E. II. (Jrif fin baa been forced to procuro another'honoe besides tho one lio now ucs copies, to storo his lnrsre and varied stock of goods. Ilia grocery department will be found in the storo op poaite the Court llouee, where you can bo accommodated on ehort notice and nt short prices. W. T. McFali and W. A. Lesley & Son, have their stores chock full of new and elegant goods, and will bo oloaaed to roo their many friends and customers fit all times, and guarantee entire satis faction. These three go ahoad hoasees never fail to keep the public fully posted through the coU 1 umnB of the Skntinll, and when you /' come to town do not fail to call on thorn. ? Licenser Quanted.?Tho town .council of Central has, though elected 1 Ion tho dry ticket, concluded to grant licenses to retail spiritoul liquors, by paying a lieeneo fee of throe hundred dollars a year, in quarterly installments. Tbo action oi tlio Comity Commissioners in granting bottle or quart liconses to parties, to sell just outside tbo corporato limits deter** mined tho council in this matter, as the annoyance to tbo town from tlie shops thus located was tho sumo as it ft liAtl It A/I *1.? L 1 " 1 iiiu; imu i??jt3il III llltJ K)WIIj JUKI tllO * council oo?clude<i that it might , tin well liavo tho benefits of the license money. * W? - kno^r anothor town similarly situated, and think tho passage ot & local option law, by tho Legislature, might have a good cflect. * Death oir Dk. Fxicll).?Dr. John j iu. rioiu, a prominent physician aud citizen of this county, diod ot billions colic, at his residence, five or six miles east of this placo, between fonr and fivo o'clock ou Sunday evening last, tho 17th instant. Ho was a motnbbr of tho Afiteoni6 fraternity, and was btirHod With tho honors of tho institution by the Greenville Lodge, (of which ho was a member), and meirfbors of this and Kasloy Sta ticn Lodges; at the burial ground, on the plantation of the Into Gen. Ebblcav, in this county, on Tuesday lost, at 12 o'clock in. Dr. Field was a In so fi 11 and influential citizen, and his loai to the community can hardly bo estimated. Diicd.? Wo regret to learn that Mr. Enoch Benson, who got his arm dreadfully inanglod in a cotton gin, in tho upper part of the county, died on Thursday last, from second hemmorrage. Tho ahovo is clipped from tho Grecnvillo News of tho 19ih inat. and wo presumo it has reforenco to Mr. Enoch Benson of this county, whose arm was so torribly Inccratod in tho cotton gin of Capt. Berry, near Easley Station, a week or two ago, that it had to bo amputated. Tho Nows reported the accident at tho timo, and doubtless refers to the samo Mr. 13i-n*on in the above, but is mistakon in the locality. Wo bopo, liowcver, that our Mr. Benson may not bo tho man. Remedy foh Diputhkuia.?Dr. Tollesot) has handed us for publication, the following remedy for diphtheria, which ho informs us, if apu 1 -1 . ' ? * pneu in nine, is almost. infallible: uTako one tabloepoonful of pulverized charcoal and tho samo of fresh mi!kv let them stand a halt hour, then add a teaspoonful of spirits turpentine and a gill of now roilk?mix well and wasli the threat well internally * I. ? ?? -* wiiii uiu mixture, ana apply a cloth wot \vi li the same externally.? Cleanse the Btomaclie and bewcls lii-st." Tiie Bankrupt.?It ia estimated that ot the number who launch their barques on the stormy sea of commerce, nino out of ten become bankrupt. Many things conspiro to effect l ltlu l*nutllf Pnnminot^i A I. avniuiv. 1.1UIIIIIIU1IK UllllMlg LllUlll is "living beyond your mcano," cx? hnusf.ing your financial stronglh. So it is in liie physical marl, possessed ofstrength and anticipations of a long life, wo launch out in tho quiet of pleasure. We livo beyond our moans; undor-> mining our constitutions by extrava^ ganco in outing und drinking; by dis 1: i?-- ?? ? - luguiumg tuu nuuuui laws Ol neaitl), unci ore wo aro awaro of it wo aro bankrupts in body?Dyspepsia and Rheumatism, or livor complaint, or shattered nerves, or kidney disoaao or dropsoy exhausts our physical capital and wo aro unablo to meet tlio hoavy drafts upon our constitution. Hut you may rosurno. Ghook your pxtra v;i^;iiiuo nuu uy ino aia OI "Jt'UTT'S Pii.lr, y$ar broken constitution will be rOHtoreu HUU ilio uriiino' on tho 6S? luerof health will n over bo diei'?%rod L4Wawi.Wt-JWithout A Parabck?The demands for Dr. J. Tflradflelds Female Regulator isbejoud precedent iu the anpats of popular remedies, orders oome in to thiok and fast that the Proprietor has, heretofore beon unable to fill thorn nil. Ho Is happy so stale that arrangements are now complete by which he is prepared to manufacture Female Kegular on a scale equal to the emergency, and the public ---? " " ' ? in or icci imuicu iiiiii in?ir WIM1I8 may 110W DO supplied. Physicians of high repute arc using this great remedy, in daily practice, all over Georgia. Hereafter no woman need suffer from suppressed, suspended or irregular menstruation. This valuable mcdioine is prepared by L II, Kradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ha., and sold at $1.50 per bottlo by respectable dniggest throughout America. Hearty, Blooming Widow. MAWKTTA, Ua., March 0, 1870. Mesir*. liradfield tV Co.?Gentlemen:?You will please flliip us (mother supply of your invaluable Fkmalc Rkqulmor, and forward bill by mail We aro happy U state tLul thin remedy gives better satisfaction than **ny article we sell. We liavo been soiling it tdnoe 1KG8, and witnessed many remarkable cures by it. Among others, there was a lady friend of ours who was sallow and sickly until sho was twenty-six years old, when she was marriod. Her husband lived two years and died. Hho continued in bad health ; in fact, she has never been what a woman ought to bo. A few months after the death of her husband, she afcw your advertisement, and came to our store and bought a bottle of your Regulator. Oct 21 8 4 AN OUTFIT FREE." WK wnnt Homo one in evory county to take orders and doliver goods for the old and original C. t). I'. House, bargo oash Cl_l It.I -I 1- ??-?- ? ipiMuiiuiu guniiuu 111 ctuij' uuiguuurhood for tho right per?6n of cither net, /oung or old. Sample*, freo nnd pout paid. Send for it nt 01106 nnd make money at your hoinos. Address, II. J. HALL & C'O. MJ N. Howard Street, lUlsiaiore, Ml < Oct 21, 1876 8 3iu I I ?T..? V r "IT" i1 : .i ! it ..J ? . t- -? i ; ?? >!' 1 uviinu-fji AT X" r*. . - r. ? i '? McFALL'S, WI1EN YOU COME TO PICKs ENS, whoro you will find a FRESH STOCK of in GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES A HATS, Groceries, Cror.kp.rv nnri Tir*?????./? J **?HT?40, ?ALSO? A LOT OF GOOD Toluccm and Segirs. In short, ft littlo of everything. Call in, and if yon dont aeo what yon want, Ask For It. I Rcapcctfully, W. T, MOFall. Oct U, 1875 mi ?? * ii mm w. ttusseu, FALL AND WINTER GOODS At RUSSELL'S. Ready Afndo Clothing, ranging from $5 to 845 a suit, A i. ? ? JLtUBSJ&lJi/S. , Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings, Full Prints, otc. 81 25 a bunch foi'j Yarn, nnd other things in proportion, At' KUSSELL'S. Good Lot ot Grocorios on hand and to arrivo. If you want anything, or want tc soc anything, Call on HUSSELL. It you wantEtiwan Dissolvod Bono for YVhout, Call on RUSSELL. II you want to And polito and gcntlomanly clorkfl, call- on Mr. Robinson and John, At RUSSELL'S. Easley Station, S. C., Sopt. 6, 1875. Bankrupt Sale. J^N KE. WM.-COUCH, BANKRUPT. By virtuo of an ordor from the District Court of tho United Htatos, Bitting in Bankruptcy, I will sell on snlesday in November next, (it Piokong Court House, to tho highest biddor for casJi, fill tho interost of the said Bankrupt, the sumo being ONE-FOURTH of the WOLF CREEK FACTORY, and the TRACT of LAND upon which the Factory is j situated ; also, his interest in tho PERSONAL PROPERTY. Sold at the risk of the former purchaser. W. T. BtTMATE, Assignee. Oct H 7 7 NOTICE! Wo liare rcoelved our Fall and Winter Uoods* I M.(l _ A 1 ^ _ mm iim ui bbii jjmuuii tti IOW IlglH'CS. Wo hat* on hand two oar loadg of Sa^t and two car loads of Bagging and Tics, Whioh wo propone to sell (ifetnvilta.prtccs.* Highest cash pricc paid fot Cotton. Wrapping Fkpcr at Wholesale Prices. no3tf H K. 1IOLCOMBE & SON. I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. | I Eadty lligk Stta!, | EAULEY BTATitfM* i. The exerclscs of this School it?te opened on Tuesday, tfept, 14t!?. Tuition per Soholastic year : Primary Department . , . 9'iO Intermediate Department < / . SO High School Department 40 Good board can bo secured in the villag* at from $10 to $1*2 per month. For further I particulars, address tho principal. I no u u WM. S. MORRISON, A. B. Gentlemen's . ' ?vt . ' ' * ? ' KMI'OltlL.TI OF FAilllOM, Greenville, 8. C, The undersigned beg leave to inform their friends and tlie public gonorally, that the/ intend opening on the 1st of O.ctober, 1875i in one of the new iron front buiminirn iwnn.i door above llie postoffice, one of the largest and most complcto stock of HEADY MADE CLOTHING and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ever brougnt to this market, and as we intend purchasing our entire stock with tho cash, will be enabled to offer our goods at very low prices. Call and seo us before pnrchaslng eVie where, as it will bo a pleasure for us to ?how our goods. McMAIIAN, MORGAN & DAVIS. ?> 1111 NEW GOODS! GFKTLEHRTS FURNISSINC MODS. bool's, shoes, and hats, saddles, bridles ahd H A R N E S S , GROCERIES. kttnat? r'/_at,tt7'r.'< t? * /-i/"v-vr r ? wvxxxxk, v/w r ji, uavv/d iiaulf SYRUP; and FLOUR, CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc At W A. LESLEY A SON'S. Wanted! Everybody who read ihe Skntikel to kiiow that Hondricks & Williams TT 1 Ml 1- - I * jjLuve, una win Keep ou nana at EASLEY STATION, A well selected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, which they wUl sell as cheap as the cheapest, consisting in part of BACON AND LARD, sun AT? i un nnffPTsu! FLOUIt and MOLASSES, LEATHER and SALT, CHEESE and CItACKEKS, CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, &c., Ac. Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest Stlyles of Ladies', Men's and Cliildren's Hats, Boots and Shoes. Beet Standard Prints at 10c. per yar?i Keauy Jxlope uioining ai $o.uv, anu upwards, per suit. Thanking their customers for pMt patronage, they solicit ft continuance of the samo, and cordially invite ALL who come to Eusiey Station to give them a call. NOTICE. I lake (his method of informing my frienda that I will be found in my office on cash SATURDAY, for the purposo of transacting any business that oomes under my jurisdiction. As my duties aa Soltool Commissioner will Aamriol in a I a ka nhtanl In rl I hami M.v W uv "WHUMI/ ait 141IIVI CUV U?KO QI the county, I make this special appointm?t for the benefit of all Concerned. R. A. BOWEN, no'25-ly Scool Coiumis sioner Absolute divorces obtained frnrn Oniirl* At rtlifi.MiiU lUtla* hu? J. I nertion, ko. No publicity required. No I charge until divoroe granted, Addreoa, M. HOU8K, Attorney, | 40 Ooj 104 Broadway, N. Y. m . iJtl U fj ' ,- , ; .;? jf.iir to*< ' f " ? . . . ' . I. t u ,i ' "" ' * i?'-? ,I ,9ftfOli 00***fc?T f. . .1 * ? , ' ;' r '? \ . . 1 ' ; . v . ' .> . . I ' E. H. GRIFFIN, ?DBALBR IN? DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOT*, HHOEH, Hardware, Etc., PICKENS a 8. C. NEW GOODS coming in every Hav W? Don't fail to c*ll Wbon in town, and bo conrineod (tut 70a can got Good* Choop. I . . 1 . i. I * V . V :r % # * ? . - SUBSCRIBE FOR THK | ' mm mm. ' * (, -. * ? Butler & McBee "WHMgfcWM IIKKIT1UI, S. C. 8TATEB. 4*f>t 2S |0 if 11 Ml ii I n . T NEW ADYEK'riSfcMENTS. , -"^rzr:::: .1 Send PostKl Card for a Specimen Copy of _J TUB WASHINGTON WEEKLY STAR. Eaikbliabed 1062.?8 pagc0.-v?&0coluiutf|L A^dr^a $|je Evening Slur Newspaper Co., stag Pomza:, ' ' Medifcine Rendered Useless ' VoltA'a Electro Belts And Bands are indorsed bj the most eipipgnt phzptpiagip. wovld for the cure of rheumatism,. neuralgia, liter complaint, tlyspepsiA, kiftnfey dfs^ns*; aches, pains, nervous disorders, fue. feraala complaints), nervous and general debility, *nif other chronic disease# of the chest, head, liver, stomach, kidney* and blood. l*ool> jjvith 1\?11 particulars free by Volta iJelt Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. tjl AMt'LE KlttfP. lilill tiig pay to *J)0 (j Male and Female eve*jrwh<>rc... Address The Union Publishing Co., New YM, JJ. * ilV * /-v . -I ? ? ' -- u- | ? ? v?ivjr in uuuic. ngcins wiinicu. unity L/w ( crh'.a free, Trite & CoI> AiK guata, Maine. IRST GRAND EX VQS|T 1< i'iT df ~T r iid cs"nien's Industrial institute, Pittsburgh, P*.. Opens Oct. 7, closes Nov. ii. Address A. J. NlSLLlS, Pres. T. 1. I. ^OfC*^ay gonrnutevd using our WELL AUGER & DRILLS. $100 a moutU paid to good agents. Auger Hook free. JiU Auger Co., St. Louis, Mo. iiifj ROVAL HAVANA "LOTTERY. ^WiU|WU? Distributed every fifieeu days. t 1 prise $100,100 | 1 prize . $50,000 i, pritea, cacn ; . . OV.VW 854 prizes, amounting to . , . 310,000 Whole tickets, $20; quarters, %b\ twentieths, $1: ' . Ciroulara ?nd information freo. Prizes cashed. A. DONAU & CO., Bankers, Pofltoflice Dox yO'.t'J. 21 l'nrk Row, N. Y;' J (Koyal Saxon ami Brunswick OovcrnnieUt Lotteries constantly on hau l. TheBeivl Familj 3Ietlicii*e?? lested hy popular use for orer A QUARTER OF A CENTURY I Dr. Strong'^ Compound Sunntive Pills our# Constipation, Biliousness, IJowel Complaint; 1 Malarial Fevers, Rheumatism, Erysipelas, and aSt dieenue* of Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Or. Strong's I'octoral Stomach Pills euro Coughs, Colds, Crnnip. Dyspepsia, Sick I,.!,.lu II sta vi i ' and all disorders of 'Clieflt and Storaaoh. dfeVifcA TrT.V.K guaranleod lo Mnlo and FeV'i'imsle Agents, in tiicir iovMiii/. (Jvili lu I j NOTHING to try V. P^rticulara lre?. T* P. O. VKJKERY & CO., Augusta, M* $u lo 520 per""Say at Yioiuc. w<ri\ti $1 frfle. J4ljust>n k.4\o., i'orllaJid, PSVCHOM ANCV, OH SOUL GHAUMINO. How either sex may faseinuto and g*i? the lore aud affections of any person th.y CIUHJHO, uimuauy. AUIU IU< an cau jjur^cev* .free, fey niftU, for 26 cents ; lo^eihar jwiih % Marriage "Grille, Egyptitu Oracle, Dreftura, Uinta to La<lie?, cic. 1,000,000 sold. A queer, book. . - t Addresfl T.. WILLIAM & CO , Tub' VhlU. T '* iP?rAgontB ^wanl^d<MW All clftaspfl ofwvoHlcwg peo:nfa. rt/f oil-!ior amt *.'nfni<r /? * r.Mikn vnnr* money at wwrk for U3.in ?.l?e?r njmre too* ituenta, or nil (lie time, tlinu nt anything cl&e PkYtitftflBrrfYee. AfldremsG. SVlNSON & C? 'Portland, Maine. THE PIONEER. _ _ . _. ... J1 Tia?ra8<rtn't5 ttViwt rated newspaper, ct>*tftinipg information Cur everybody. T?li? how and where lo aecure a iiomx cheap. SENT ?KKE TO ALL PAIITS OK Til R WORLD. (t contains /he Kkiv 1I<)mkhtkai> ani> Tiwbkk Laws, with oilier interesting matter found only in tin's SEND FOR IT AT ONCE. It will cost yon a PostAu Ca^d. Neifr number for April just oul. Address (>. F. DAVIS, Land Commissioner U". I*. K. R. Omaha, Nkh. P. R rOALH, TVf n?\n fVi / ? f ?i i*ni* r\ * JLU.C?I1 II KlVsl II I V/. Doors, SasHEs, ?Dealer in? BUILDERS' 11AKDWARF, Paints, Oils, &c, ?Sole Agent for? The National Mixed Paint Co. * Tuk Great American Fire Extinguished Co. PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO, Send kok f'kicks. Ofiico and Wni orooms, Nob. 20 *fc 22 Ilajno and 38 and 85 PinnliliAl' fit A. Factory and Ynrda, Anliloy Itivor^ West End llrond Street, CH AKljKS'iON, S. C. 4-ly IBS WEEKLT 51. ?l,br~: I to N?w Years, post. paid, t>0 els. Addreac i "The 8un," N. Y. p . . t . >!.