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Boggs and the Hornets.
Old man Boggs wished to make
Some slight repairs on the top of his
neidence, and for the purpose hjud oc
casion to tear up a few shingles. In
doing so in a quiet arid intffonsive
manner, he was astonished to
find that he bi,d dituirbod a horn
t's meet.. Tke hornoto swarme-i upon
Mr. Roggs. They made it hot for him
at the very first onset. le rushed to
tho ladder, attached from behind,
when, horror ofl herrors I a neighbor
had. boriowed' hih ladder! Mr. Boggs
eavortedl, he tumbled, he rolled fion
one end of the r of to the othei'
screaming as he went, 'ladder, ladder
The hornets continually increased,
they flew at his nose, his ears, his
cheeks; they danced on his torelieud;
they crawled down his back; they
filw up his broeches legs, they met
half way and fought each other, they
stung here, thero and everywhere.
Boggs' wild gesticulations and terrific
shouts attracted the attention f the
whole neighborhood. His friends mit.
took the shouts of "ladder!" "hornets!"
for "Tilden and IHendricks," and
thought he was ratifying, but so much
seriousness was depicted on his faco
that a ladder was finally procured and
i rescue effected. Mr. Bogugs is laid
up for repairs now, and his taco looks
like the iewspaper pictures of a do,
tented prizo tighter.
ADvIcE TO GinLs.-An exennge
says: "Why will girls run away to
get married?" We give it up, says
the Louisvillo Courier Journal, but
we know a lot hero that, would be
glad enough to stay at home, or jump
at the chance to walk off anld get mar
ried. The boys ain't around asking
them as they did; takes more money
to run ono nowadays than it does to
run a steamboat, and tbey can see
more fin' with a steamboat. Ah !
gii.s, its your own fault. Swap off
your silks and satins for lawns and
calicoes; shut up the piano and dive
into a washtub; throw away your
fancy needle work and tackle a red
Lot stove in the kitchen. Instead of
receiving Brown, the bankor's son, in
the parlor, keep your eyes skinnou for
Bill Burns, the blacksmiti's son, as
1he goes from his work; kiss his dirty
f'ae thiough a broken pano of' glass
in the kitchen window, and after a
w1ile, when lho learns his trade and
you know your business, get married,
go to honsekooping~ by yourselves,
help each other, live lihppy, raise a
family that will be an honor to your
names and credit to themselves, die
happy, and the angels will niot turn
their backs upon you uip thero.
WVINmT VIEw oF' TREEs.-Fe wA
peop)le think, at the Lime of planting
trees in sprong and fall, how they will
look ini wiln ter. T here are somesp.
cies of trees that r.ppear very beauti
ful when clothed ini their foliage, but
when t his is gone they look stiff, ill..
shaped, anid anty thing but graceful.
WVo should r'eme'mber that tr'ees are to
be seeni ini winter as wvell as summeitr,
and their appearance at, both seasonis
shul d be taken in to consideration at,
the time of select,ing the varieties for
planting. Ini our Northern States it
is often far mifore pleasant winiters to
have our dwellings exposed to sun
shine than shadow; con sequent.ly large
evergreens should riot be placed so
near11 as to make our homes look
gloomy. .Deciduous trees are far
pr1eferalblo to evergreen neari the
houseO, for at the t i shadle is wvan ted
they give it, and in winter naked
stems but slight y obstruct the rays
which bestow both light aind heat upon01
'I don't l ike deom goats, nobiow,"
said one darkey to another. "I ke'
bteal a Si'eej or a hog, an' you'll neb
er' hear 'ema bqueal, but dem cl)sse I
goats'll h.ashl any way you fix 'emi
I\ iggere bot ter lea' o 'emi alone."
No:hn will surprise3 a miarriedl
manil ' so11 inuas to go home and see
his wife lim ping round the hi'iso
w' ith her little too baiidaged, saying
that she doseni't see why be~ has to
keep such an internal edge oni his
A man in Buiffalo putiled off huis
coat andI j tumped in the canal to save
a womanLI fr'omT dr.wiin, whe a
pick pocket stoleo his piocket book fr..mi
the coat, and the woman swore at
him for pulling her' hair in b e effou t
to save her life.
The man w'ho nob es round a
grocery store is nlow ca led a sugar
Courtship inI Pat agomaui is attented
with munch less ceremo~ny than in
country, and there is les co)m'latt
of flirtat ion. There, it a younrg maan
is out riding and Bees a girl he fan
oies, he just ilassocs her anld de ags her
home behind his horse, and that set
tIes the whole business.
"Shut door when yoni:come in, a'd
when you have doneit talkinig on bun.
iness,, serve your mouth the sarn.
way," is tho per: n. tie posteJ c
spxicuul pnanoiei a
A L .ndo:a girl of Ulirtjetl h16 a ina,
nia for smashing windows and has
bI e sit ito Cmititietnenlt.
Tilden meit wear layos hats by the
Kissing lovers abhor mnoon-light
ta igh ts.
To :maku your livtis very fast?
o I Per day to Agents !-Bes
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5TO$, 77 a Week to Agents. Snnples
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with an appendix containing the names of
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$3,250.40 worth of Newspaiper Advertising.
at publishers schedule rates, given for $700.
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List, giving Name, Character, Actunal Daily
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G RANI) EXTRA DR.WINO, Monday De
cember 4, 1876,
Louisian a State Lottery Com
This Inst itut ion was regularly incorporated
by the Legislature of the state for Education.
al purposes in 1868, with a Capital oft$,000,,
000, to whaich it hau since added a reserve
fund of $350),000. Its Grand Single Number
Drawinags will take place monthly: Thae season
of 1876 closes wath the following schemes:
Capital Prize, $5,O00.
Only 20,000 Tlcketr at $20 each. Fractions
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 '.apital Prize, $50,000
I 'f'.pital Prize, 20.000)
1 Capital Prize, 10 000)
10 Prize at $1,000, 10,000
25 Prizes at 50)0, 12,500t
100 Prizes at 800, 80i.000
200) Prizes at 100, 40,0001
500 Pri zes at 100, 50,000
2,000 Prizes at 20, 40,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $300 2,700
9 A pproximation Prizes of 209 l,800t
9 A pproximat ion Prizes of 100 000
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Write for circulars or senid orders to CIIA8.
T. IIOWA RD, New Orleans, La.
The First Regular Quarterly Dollar Dr'aw
ing wiall take piace on .January 2. 1877.
Tickets $1 each. Capital Prize $15,000.
Nov 9, 1876 10 4
TiIlS POPULAR IIOUSE is conveniently
located to the Depot; Rloomis well furnished
and the tahle supplied with the best in the
market. Board reasonable.
Conveyance fur nishied to Table Rock,
Ctesar's Ileadl, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYDE & MOTES,
March 20, 1878 80 6me.
PPLCATION4 has been madle to I. II.
Pilpot, Esq., Jundge of Probate for
Pickens County, for leave to make a Final
Set tlemuent of the Estate of Henry llei.dricks,
dleceased, oan Friday, the 17th day of Novemn
ber next, and be discharged therefromi as Ex.
cutors of said Estate,
JOiN M. IIENDRICKS, 1
JIAS. F. HENDRICKS 3 Ex'or
Oct 19, 1870 7 4
A LL persons having Deeds, Liens or Mort,~
gages in my offioe, will itlease come
fo,rw ard anid take them out, as I desire to have
all my bustines. in tihe office finished up when
my teri expires; besides I ne~ed thae money
for recording same.
The State of South Carolina.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Baylis W Mansell, Fletcher Mansell, Camilla
lHendrickv and husband James B Hendricks
and others- Plaintiffs.
James Baswell, Robert E Bowen, Wm A
Clyde, Henry C Briggs, Thomas W Russell,
Orlando C Folger and others-Defondants'
COMPLAINT Yon RELIEF, &C.
Y virtue of a decreetal order, made by the
lion. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, on the 13th day of July,
A. ) 1876, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
sa Err ma Mansell, if any there be other
than the Plaintiffs above named in this ac
tion, are hereby summoned and required to
appear before the Clerk of this Court, iden
tify themselves and establish their claims t.o
the funds to be distributed, herein on or be
fore the 21st day of July A. D). 1877, or
forever be debarred of all benefit under the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my hand and office seal at
Piokens, this the 15th day of July A. D.
S. D- KEITH1,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Pickens County, S. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
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LIVory and Salo Stab1os.
Parties desiring to hire conveyance te
Pickens Court House, Table Rock and other
points, can be accommodated at my Stables,
at all hours of the day and night. Pur
chasers can also be supplied with Good Stock
gi- Regular Mail Line to Pickens Court
house daiy. (Sundays excepted.)
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Dr. RI. J. Gillilaund
J_ VNG returned and permarnenltly loca
S edat Pickensville, resuectfu3lly off ra
his Professional services t o t he cit izens of that
vicinity and surrounding country. Charges
re : iasonable.
May 9 41
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ing, token internally. Perfectly innocent;
see oath with each bot tle; and Chronic Rheu
mat ism, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises. Pains in
the Limbs, Back and chest, externally. Not
a bottle has ever been returned, although
miillions are sold atnnualy. Price, 60 cents.
Dr. TOIJIA8' h0148E LINIMENT, in Pint
Bot tles, is the best in the worldl for the cure
of Lameness, Old Sores, Sprains, Colic, and
D)istemper. Price, $1.00. Tobias' Derby
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terms of the above medicines. Sold by the
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Lar'gely in the adjoining Counties,
and to some extent in Western
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AND IS, TIIEREFOlE,
A OOOD MEIE! TQO ADV?RIlINl
For the Pickens .Sentinel !
In thae Pekenus Sentinel!i
I take this method of informing moy friends
that 1 will be found In my offi'ne on each
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jurisdlo
As may duties as Sohool Commissioner will
compel me to be absent in different parts ol
the county, 1 make this special appointment
for the boneAt, of all concerned.
R. A. BOWEN,
na26.1y aanni Cnomissionar
PICMENS hIGH SCHOOL.
FE 1 Scholastic year Is divided into two
Terms of 20 weeks each. Tho First Term
commences January 17th, and ends .lune 3d;
the sec-nd Term cojutuencee July 4th, And
ends November 18th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the commencement of the Ternis, will be
oharged for the whole Term: those entering
after thie time, A-om the time of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Studeits entei
at the commencement, when the several
classes are forming,
Course of Study.
1st. Term-Srelling and RteadinZ.
2d Term-Spelling and Rending Contin"ed.
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic.
Exercises in Writing.
lst Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography 3ontinued; Introducing English
Grammar; Elements of Written Arit.hnetic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed.
Intermediate Geogrnphy completed; Analyt
ical English Gra.nmar; Primary U. S. His
tory; Exercises in Writing.
lt Term-English Grammar completed; Phy,
sical Geograpl,y; Oommon School Aritlime
tic; rowns Analysis of' Words;
2d Terin-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. S. History.
Ist Term Latin Grammar and Hlarkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Render; Davies' Algebra;
IHistory of England.
2d Term-Four Books of CLUsar; Arnold's
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Grammar; Kendrick's
Greek Ollendorff; Oreek Reader; )avies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philo3ophy.
1st. Term-Six Books of Virgil; Gref k
Reader completed; Plain Geometry; Higher
Composition and Rhetoric.
2d Terni-Sallust's Cataline & Jugurtha:
Xenophon's Anabasis; Iligl er Algebra
commenced; Solid and Spherical Geome
try completed; Chemistry.
Ist Term-Cicero'sSelect Orations; Xenophons
Memorabilia; Trigonometry and Strveying;
Roman History; Latin Prose Composition.
2d Term-florace cutire;.Six Books of the
Ilinds: Greek Prose Composition; Algebra
The above course will prepare can
didates for adiniz-4-sion into tho SopHo
MORE CL SS of any of our Sou thern
Colleges. Students, who do not statnd
a satisfactory exaina tttion upotn the
several stutdies ol eachl class, will nlot
be allowed the p)rivilege to aidvance to
the next higher, but be0 retaineid in
suceh class, till all the studies' of it be
sattisfactori ly comp hle'ted.
l'UITION OF PIMARY DEPARTMIENT
Junior Class, - - $10.00
Intermediate Class, - - 12.50
Setnior , . 15.00(
Ptep:t'a tory D)ep:i ri mnen t, 20.0.
No <lt'dtl(' n t ill b~l e made(hI for lost
potnt, and e ti relcttion )in eOt u
J. 11. A \RLISLIE. Principail
Dec. 23, 1875 17 i
Fits and Epilepsy
The worst cases of the longest standing, by
usitng DRi. P.uu tnann 's ('uire.
It has Cured Thnousanadsa
and1 will give $1 ,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to all adldressing
J1. E- DIBBLE. Chemist, Office. 1355 Broad
way, New York.
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Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt
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METROPOLITAN W 0 R K S,
CANAL MT.. FROM SIXTH TO SKvENTit,
RJIHMOAD, :: ViRGINiA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brass and Iron. Forgings, &o.
AIRClIJTECTURIA LE iRON WORK,
In all its branches done by experienced hands
JMP'RO VED PORTIABL ENGINES for
driving Cot ton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A number of
second-hanti Engines and Boilers of various
pat ters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited au promptiy (lone.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
Oct 14, 7 Jy
ICEEN COUNTY DIEOOY,
Senator-R E Bowen.
RCep1'entative-D F Bradley.
Clerk of Court-S D) Keith.
Judge of P' obatfe-i 11 Philpot.
Shteriff-J Riley F'erguson.
School Commiaaoner-Rt A Bowen
Treasrer- W A Leslej,.
Auditor-Alorzo M Folger.
County Commissioners--John T Gossett,
Chairman-Robert Craig, G MI 1ynch. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L Hollingsworth.
Trial Justicee-Easley, Luke I. Arhall--Sa
lubv-ity, '-------Cetral, James A
Liddell-Pickensm C II., C L Hlollingsworth
and G~ W Taylor-Dacemiie .T n 8,,ue,~
CUAnLasTON. 8. C., Dec. 18, 1876.
On and .after 81anday, December 19, the
Passenger Train# on the Opath QarsWa
Railroad will run as followlu
beave Charleston 9 16 am
Arrive at Columbia 6 00 p a
Leav11 Charl.ro'. 9 16 a in
Arrive at Atigusta 6 15 m
Leave Coltinbia 0 00 a m
Arrive at t'harleston 45 p m
Leiave August1 900 a ra
Arrive at Charleston d 46 p on
COLUMBiA NIGUT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 15 p m
A rrive at Columbia 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a in
AUGUST.A NIUHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p in
Arrive at Augusta 7 46 a ra
Leave Augusti 8 80 P =
Arrive at Charleston 7 80 p a
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8 46& am
Leave Oliarleston 8 15 p a
Arrive at Summervinle 4 80 p in
CA %IDEN TRAIN
Connects at Kingville daily [except Sun.
days) with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night. Trains connect at Augusta 4
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and AoaSts
Railroad and Central RailroAd. This route
via Atlanta is the quickest and nost direst
route, and as comfortable and cheap as any
other route, to Montg-omery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Lcuisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Lotus. and all other points West and North
Daty Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road (which
leves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Lo-al Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for pointi
on charlotte Rtoad.
Lauren- Railroad Train connects at New
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbia Night Train connects olosely
with the Greenvilleand columbia Railroad.
S. 2. 91OA.IONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PICKnss, General Tieket Agent.
... .. ... .. ... - - - -----
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCREDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
edl, connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Rtailroad up and down. On and aft
er Monday, December 13, the following sill ~
be the Schedule:
Le:ave Columbia at7.6ai
Leave Alston at 91
Leave Newberry at 1.6ai
Leatve C'okesbutry at.20 pi
Leave Belt on at ..0pi
A rrive att Greenville at 68
LeaveGreevill at7.05 a mn
L'~~ve Blt o at.9.40 a m
Leave aake8hry I10.35. a mo
.,e,ue N.b..ry at2.0 a n
LeaiveAl.'t~ at .20 p mn
.\ uri e a (')1 iiil'. at5.66 p m
Le.ave Grnvill ajt nnRarad;cncta
( Ll bav filo it igItTanonheSnlCr
Leaveg Norkesburytt io te(7arlt e
t iaca l Newbgrry aaudh Vim g n o
Taveu Al.evn atieiI t .6ai. onc
.\'rrive rau C'olulbia. AoomdtinTa
11.20t~ a 15ain,o o h aria m.
lie -onne a lso wt Trainsfom envle Leve th
Sp.'via1'clockand Uion. calone;ctinecta at
I'lin firomi Coup addw as.ih ri.
Lambi Wadl.agua a d h6.00ugon a
Lae PeryAbville at 9.5 .4 aoneo
ingv wihe>n( Tanfo revlletna7.6 Lana
eavendbrso enesays 8nrdy.8 La e
iokiebr at elto a m.,.ronth aria af
bevle Bet 1o'coc at 8.60nnctn w pt (
Leave Wanlaloa at 6.60 p a
Leave Perryvilleoa 6.36 p in
Leaive Pelton Vatl 7.16 p m
Leaveso Adon eds,rdays8.86 Sau
las r eav Belt on at 9. 20 am.,o an aw
eave Deon Tain frmGeni. 8.5pa
lea nderson at 0p.50 oneungwt pn
eaveZ OTN Jr.lto,a Geer.6ice pgen
tleaea P Richme d i6.i85Raiway
Larrve at Alata at18 p a
eAveccoodaty Tan bewe 46o pnd
Leaedersonterdats phrdy n 8aur.
iyLeave lto t 85 re,o 26 puel
Leav ofDwnTairorenville. Le pa
Arindeo at 2.00ott at 2m., aonctn ithU
PAsNOER TRAIN EAsTWADDAIL,y.
Leave Calttet at 2 1p a
.4eave Tocara ity at a 4 p
[eave Wrestminster at 6 p4 a
Leave enas cty at 7 08 a
Leave central at 7 40 a a
Leevoea iy at 9 a2 a
Leave Grnvinster at 9 a1 a
Leave T8patyr at 9 4a in
Arrive at Atanltte at 2 808 p as
Ueave Stn Eburg at am
ave enie~ Westw 40rd.
Leave genral oratio i7egr t0 tans
raton encaiite at alaoit nnenee
Leuas ea ise Ioa, Neaeic,U aJ
avie TuccoapCity t oradr 9 44.u a3
Arrive rAlnta rantAgn 1 80c N..
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