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LOCAL ITEMS. Cotton picking and corn shuckings * aro now in full blast. . Mollie iDafllng pranceth our streotB no-more. Tbe hog cholera is still raging in omo sections of the ,Gfcmnty. Tho seller ot cotton is now roqn i red to pay for the ^weighing at Easloy. VTtri *? ? - To-m^rrvw, tho Kevs. McLees and Stockman coivmonco a throo day6 mooting at this placo. TliPWiwn8 Circuit Conference takes placo at Dacnsvillo on noxt Sunday. Tho cotton in various neighbor i i_ . 1.1 .*? r.,u.. UUUUH in una vuiuivj, in muni/ iini^ otie-t hi t cl Mr. C. T. Martin has the tlmnks of tbo Sentinel office for favors bo towed.f} > ' ? % Dr. Darby, Presiding Elder of this District, will preach in the Methodist Church at this place on Monday evening next. Those indebted to Dr F. A. Milos are requested to como forward and ettlo. See notice olsewhoro. Wo are glad to welcome Dr. Miles And lady back to our town from tho Csesar'e Head Hotel. Pickens can * 11 i ^ j? . r\ noi wen ao wunoui mo uooior. ? Judge Phil pot, we are informed, contemplates moving this winter, to liis plantation at Dacusville. lie 4 will attend liis oflico cer'aiQ days during tlie week. . W. G. Field, Esq., wo aro inform ed. is coiner to become a citizen of our town. Wo nre always glad to have pood citizens cast their lots with U8, and wo hupo many others will como. If thoro id not a pavement of rock put around the Court House, the rains riming fiom the eaves will soon ? ndcrmine it. The County Coinmis toners should remember the adage, %,a stitch in time saves nine." Ahead.?On Fi id iy Inst cotton brought 12| conts a pound at this place and only 128 at Ea-ly. Picl<^ eas is going abend. ? Mr. R. A. Bowcn, our cfticiont School Commissioner, who has boon pros rated for some time by the ris ing of an old wound, received in tlie war, was ablo to bo in town Inst Monday. ExECUTIVR ArrOINTMKNTS?Ilis Excellency, tlio Governor, lins np pointed Mr. Q. W. Taylor, of this riinnfl o Trial .Tntllnn nnil flniit .T I? ~~1 ? J. Garvin, of Garvin Township, a Notery Public. E. H. Griffin.? Wo call attention to the change in tho advertisement ot Mr. E. II. Griffin, which informs yon whero you can procure first clues goods at bottom pricos. Mr. G's tock is full and complete and 1 o guarantees satisfaction to purchasers. 0*11 on him. There is a bad placo in tho public road leading from this placo to Easley Station, at a little branch at tho Vandivor hill, which shculd bo attended to at once. A Lawyer and Morchant lclt tins placo oiiJyunday last, on the gravel train fcffi^fteley Station, hurling imprecating at Pickons, hecauso they could not find an oaoicr mode of locomotion. Strayed, stolon or got out, a little "jailer" spotted bow pig, for the delivery of which, or information lending to its recovory, a suitable reward will bo paid by, J. Kiley Ferguson. mi % - -- -? iue oar room ot Mr. LA. 15. lion dricks, wo aro informed, was broken into laat Friday night and several gallons of Mfluekey stolen. The thief wh considerate enough to pour as much watef back in the barrel as he had taken of whiskey, presuming, we ?uppo80,that Mr. Hendricks could Bell it for thesamo money, and would lose nothing by the operation. Maj. II. O. Iiriggs has dono more towards tho improvomcnt ot Ea9loy in tho way of building, poi'lmps* than a ny man in it. Ho has built three etoro houses, two good dwellings, kitcbons and other buildings necessa-* ry about dwellings, dug wolls etc, and is still driving away. Eusloy should erect a monument to his mem'' ory, when he "shuttles ott'th is mortal coil." 4^ ? M.. (I W T?>t.l.%f lino 4.U I V? . If J.(lj 1VI IKig I UKII IIVJV1 from tlio Greenville Fair. Ho eays he admired tlio faiii vory mncb. ? Tiiat Nbw Koad.?VVIiat lias become ol tlio new road projected from I this place to Kasley Station. Will tlio citizens of tliis place and Easely permit such an important matter to remain a thine to ho tsilkml of? f4.\ to work and lot us have tho road. The Messrs. Grillins will build the bridge across V/olf Creole without a cent's cost to tho County Others will do their part, ai d it will cost tho County nothing. "ThkBotsin Grey."?Wo woro wont to admiro tho boys who woro tho groj', though it was not for iho giuv hiuiiu, uuu iur uio nooio, chivalrous hearts that beat under it. Thoy commanded the admiration of tho true and tho bravo in ovcry land. But how fowadmiroa fino head enveloped in grey hairs and whiskers? vory few. Wo all lovo admiration and nothing in our appoarr.r.oo is moro calculatod to socuro it than protty hair. If old age, sickness or sorrow has robbed you ol it, you can regain it by Ilia uso of Dii. Tutts IIaih Dye. Its popularity ia so great tbat it can bo found on tlic sbolvos of ovory druggist in tho land. One Way to Stop Cotton Stealing1. Wo loarn Irom reliable parties who visited tho spot, that on Saturday night last a band of disguised men went to storehouse of Mr. -Robert J. Smith, at Cool Springs, in this county and awakening Mr. Willio Smith, tho cleric, ordered him to remove tho books and papers of his employer and bis own nni'Riinnl ofTon.tn hm ilintr tordod to fi 10 tlio houso. Thoy then in<1 iiirod lor tlio barrel ol kcrosone, and after Moisting him to remove bis trunk and tho books of the store, tli03* saturated llio building with oil and applied the torch, and tho house and all it contained was soon a pile of ashes. Tito houso was tho property ol tlio estate of llio lato Willis Allen. Air Smith was constructing a two story buildintr across tho road from tho onn 11o occupied, which was fired by llio disguised men, and was also consumed. There was also live bales of cotton Outside tho storehouse, which the cleric bogged permission to rcmovo but was stonily refused, and it sharod the fato of tho storehouses. A scrupulous regard for tho property of persons not connected with tho storo wns ousorvuuie. mey carciuny roinovcu to n phico of safety tho tool ehost of Mr. O. G. McCoy, and a cago ftnd bird belonging to the clorlc. Tho loss is estimated at at^ub $G,000 j no inbiiranco.?Irwington (Ga.) Southron. It would bo no ploaeuro to odit a newspapor unloss wo could writo something ovory wook to got eomo otio to curso us r.bout. Hy tlio Masonic authorities in Iowa, it has just been dotcrminod that dancing in Ihe lodgo room is inconsistent with tho good of tho craft. Why will You Pine Away ? Without A paiianr.k?Tho demands for I)r. J. Hradficlds Female Regulator is beyond precedent in ihe annals of popular remedies. Orders come in so thick and fust that the Kunnnlni- I.M t.oor. iini.l.ln Infill tliem nil. lie is happy no Male that arrangements arc now complete by which ho is prepared to manufacture Female Regular on a scale equal to ho emergency, and the public may feel assured that their wants may now be i supplied, l'hysicians of high repute are using , this great remedy, in daily practice, all ovor Georgia. Hereafter 110 w?man need suffer from suppressed, suspended or irregular menstruation. Thiwvaluablc mcdicinc is prepared by L H, Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ra., and sold at $1.50 per hottlo by respectAblo druggest throughout America. Hearty, Blooming Widow. Marietta, Ga., March 0, 1870. Mtttr*, lirttdfield $ Co.?Gentlemen :?You will pleaso ship ns another supply of your invaluable Fkmai.k Keoiu.ator, and forward bill by inail We aro happy to state that this remedy gives hotter satisfaction than any articlo wo sell. We havo been selling it sinoo 1808, and witnessed many remarkable cures by it. Among others, (hero was a lady friend of ours who was Hallow and sickly until she was twcnly-six years old, when uhe was married. Hor husband lived J wo years and died. 8ho continued in bad health ; in fact, she has nevor been what a woman ought to he. A few months after tho death of her husband, sho saw your advert isemcnt, and camo to our store and bought a bottle of your Regulator. I Oot 21 H 4. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. V AT McFALL'S, WHEN YOU COME TO PICKs ENS, where you will find a FRESli STOCK of in mis, NOTIONS, COOTS, SHOES A HATS, Groceries, Crockcry and Tinware. ?ALSO? A LOT OV GOOD Tobaccos: aad Sejars, In short, a little of everything. Cuii in, and if you uont huu what yon want, Ask For It. Respectfully, W. T. McFall. oft 14 1s7s Tloaias W. Russsll, FALL AND WINTER GOODS At RUSSELL'S. Roadv Mado Clothing, ranmnc ?/ O' o o from $5 to 815 a suit, At RUSSELL'S. Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings, Full Prints, otc. SI 25 a bunch for Yarn, and other things in proportion, At IiUSSELI/S. Good Lot ot Grocorios on hand and to arrivo. If vou want nnvthinm. %/ ?/ o I or want to eoc anything, Call on ItUSSELL. II you wnntEtiwan Disnolvod Uono for VVhcut, Call on KUSSELL. If you want to find jvoli'to and gcntlomanly clorku, call on Mr. Kobfimon and John, At JlTTSSKTiT/S. Ensloy .Station, S. C., Sopt. 0, 1875. Bankrupt Sale. JN HE. WM. COUCH, BANKRUPT. Ily virtue of an order from (ho District Court of the United States, sitting in Hnnkpiintrv 1 will Rfill on HalpRflav in Knvpmli>r next, At l'ickens Court llouso, to tho higliost bidder for cash, all the interest of the said Bankrupt, the same being ONE-FOURTH of the WOLF CREEK FACTORY', and .the TRACT of LAND upon whioh the. Factory is situated ; also, his interest in the PERSONAL PROPERTY. Sold at the risk of the former purchaser. W. T. SUM ATE, Asiignee. Oct M 7 7 xTrvrm: ? l\w I I Wo have received our Fall mi<l Winter H oods* and aro propared to noil goods at low figures. Wo havo on hand two car loads of Salt and two car loads of Bagging and Tics, which wo proposo to soli at areenvillo prices. Highest cash price paid for C)tton. Wrapping I'aptr at Wholesale Prices. ' noJtC K. E. HOLCOMDE & BON. I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I ! Eashy High School, EAHLEY STATION, H. C. The oxerciaes of Ibis School wete oponed on Tuesday, (Sept. 14th. Tuition per Scholastic year : rrimary uepartment . . . ?20 Intermediate Department . . 30 High School Department . , 40 Good board can be secured in tho village at from $10 to $12 per month. For further particulars, address tho principal. no 3 it WM. S. MORRISON, A. 11. Gentlemen's ! KMPORIUlfl OF FASHION, < J rc-en vi lie, S. (', Tho undersigned beg leave <o inform tlioir friends nnd the public generally, dial tliejr intend opening on the 1st of 00101)01*, 1876, in one of Hie new iron front buildings, second door above the postoflico, one of tlio largest and most complete stock of HEADY MADE CLOTHING and UENTLEMUN'S frlinvfseif. 1NG GOODS ever brougnt to this market, and as we intend purchasing our entire slock with the cash, will bo enabled to offer our goods at rory low prices. Call and see us boforo purchasing else where, as it will bo a pleasure for us to show our goods. MCM AII AN, MORGAN & DAVIS. ?> 1 in NEW GOODS! mmm furnishing goods. BOOTS, SHOES, and HATS, SADDLES, BRIDLES AND it a t? n 1? ft ft - -l V. JI V jla tu }.J , j GROCERIES. SUGAR, COFFE, HA CON LARD SYRUP, and FLOUR, CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc At W A. LESLEY & SON'S. Wanted! Fa'apvIwIu wIia i(nnrl fl?n Ruviivl't to know that Hendricks & Williams Have, and will keep on liand at EASLEY STATION, A well selected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, which they will sell as cheap as the cheapest, consist ing hi part of IiACON and LARD, SUGAli and COFFEE. FLOUIt and MOLASSES LEATHER and SALT, CHEESE and CRACKERS, CANDY, FISH, TOBACCO, Ac., Ac. Woolen and Cotton Goods, Latest Stlylcs of Ladies', Men's and Cliil drcn'e Ilats, Boots and Shoes. Best Standard Prints at 10c. per yar-J Ready Made Clothing at $5.00, and upwards, per suit. Thanking their customora lor pasi patronage, tlioy solicit a continuance of the same, and cordially invito ALL who come to Easiey Station to givo them a call. I take this method of informing my friends that I will bo found in my office on each SATURDAY, for (ho purpose of transacting any business that conies under my jurisdio* tion. 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