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Oolor in Xasonry.
i.h whole of the fovob9n &nd a
portion of the, afternoon oftbe, Grand
Lodge meetibg was dev6teA to the
disselon of what Is called the "Afri
4a 1L4g," sIys the St. Paul IMbneer
?%ist The tOestion 'of rocognizing
tU 06lored lodges has long ben dia
Oussed 6j the Masonic fraterrIty..
Last year the grand master alluded W
the sibject in his addres, and sthe.t
lodge had an application fram PrAnce,
.Ball Lodge of Boston, and two from
two lodgos pere in teM t aing
to 6e recognized, it wa. d.qmed best
to bring the mattet' to' W'h'n'clIsion as
soon " possible. A;io)-dingly 'that
portion of the grand master's addries
which referred to the questin, and
the thre communications were refor
red to a large committee. Yesterdey
three reports were made, one by Mr.
A. T. Pearson, and by Aarqr%Good
rich,- and one by Mi'. Oriswold. ,The
two first reported against recognizing
the colored people. The last, Mr,
Griswold, reported in favor of recog
nizing them. Tie whole question
resolves itselt, according to the re
ports, into a question of history. The
two that agree against reQognizing
the colored lodges affirm and-maintain
that the colored lodgps 'ro now and
never have boon recognized as elong
ing to the Masonic fratority, and all
searcbed'diligently the Masonic his
tory to ascertain whether or not the
colored brethron had over been taken
in. Mr. Goodrich goes to the oldost
Wi of English law to show ihat a
fr'eman is, and claims that none but
-mman can be a Mason.' -Mr. A.
,"Pearson's roport was also*quIto
long and reaches the same co&lasion
Webby a different line ofarg4ment.
'Tlii discussion was brouglit to a close
by the adoption of three resolutions
attached to the ropor of AMr. A. T. C.
Pearson, as follows: "That the Grand
Lodge of Miniesota-dectines to recog,
giaptho Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Jo.
dated in Boston, Mass., for the reoason
of its irregular formation. That the
Grand Lodge can not recognize clirt.
ers as la'ving any validity in this
State, except those issued.bby its an
t.hQri ty; and that: it canne issgg gJoAt.
era except to such Masons as are of
Althlence. That color Is noithe3r a
bar nor a recommiendation to the ac,
*epthace of the Masonio degrees,n
thisjurisdiction,and that it is perfeedly
eompetent for any lodge in this juris
diction to make Masons of any parties
pOssessing the reoquired qualifica
tions." Tho vote by which tha resos.
lutions were adopted i 321 in favor
eifthem, and 7 against, which aippears
to be sufficiently decisive to settle3
A noted philosopher being asked by
a friend how he kept from being in
volved in quarrels, replied: "By let%
ting.the angry person having it all to
A domestic in New York demanded
that she be treated as one of the fam
ily, and then when the head of the
family kissed her she sued him for
In a column of receipts in an agri.
cultural paper we find one for making
"Bellio Cake," Several slices of cu
cumber and a glass of ice water will
make a nice stomach ache, but the in..
gredients of the 'Bellie Cake" are
"Not one person in a dozen can toll
the names of those whose busts are
found on postage stamps," remarks an
exocbange. We'd like to see the one
person in a dozen who cares.
An Ohio man makes brick, but he
is high born and calls himself a 'sculp,
tor in clay.'
While one hymn book is good
entugh for lovers it takes two to
supply them with music after they
When a train of cars, over which
the 4ngineer had lost control, went
tho6h the freight office at Jersey
City,-this other day, all the clerks
werd%Tlling to be counted out.
-Some ingenious biped has a ma
chino to make a man rise early in
the morning. A yonng Benedict
sajae sl ix rnonths.old baby can beat
Jorosshusband and father at the
6W44f1the table makes the best din-.
rS#tR gies.to miany too much,
but te n'#ne enough.
Poon O,D GRIMZs.-At last we 'j
bave it on irrefragible testimony
from Ogdoosburg, that old Grimes'
pulse has'at lfst finally ceased to beat.
A few mornings sinoe, when the
1hermometer was nearly played out
L ragged.little beggar stopped a the
loor of Judge J--'s and plaintively
uggested victuals. As the benevolent
ady of the house was emptying a
lw. into his basket she asked:
*What is your name, my son?"
"My name is Griines."
"Is your -father living?
I thbight #'Grimes fas dead 1on t
k8*6" , I
"That was my grandpa." t
The yonogster waddled off, think..
ing what a good soul the lady was.
* Little drops of rain brighten. 4be
meadows, and little acts of kindness
brighten the world.
An editor wishes no bodily harm to
his subscribers, but he hopes that some
of them in arrears will be seized with
a remittent fever.
The man who is honest from policy
is the most dangereue customer we
have to deal with.
Conceited people do not require
pity. 'they always carry their com
fort a4out with them.
Who purposely cheats bis friend
wohld chdht his God.
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can escape, while the wi4est information upon
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'iN' COMMON PLEAS.
yls W Mansell, Fletcher fansell, Camilla
Hendricks and husband James B Hendricks
ames Bawell., Robert B Bowen, Wm A
Clyde, HeU,U Briggs, Thomas W Russell
Orlando ( Folger and others-Defendants'
CO.1MAINT FOI. RELIEF, &C.
Y virtue dt a decreetal order, made by the
Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
'4d1oIal Circuit, op, the 18th day of July,
L. D. 187, each atidevery of the heirs at
aw of Tinsa Erma Johnson, formerly Tin
a Eva ma Mansell,- if any- there be other
han the Plaintiffs abovo named in this ac
ion, are hereby summoned and required to
ippear before the Clerk of this Court, iden
ify themselves and establish their claims to
he funds to be distributed, herein -on or be
ore the 21st. day of July A. D. 1877, or
brever be debarred of all benefit under the
lecree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my hand and office seal at
?ickens, this the 16th day of July A. D.
S. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Pickens County, S. C.
July 20. 1876 46 . ly
TAMERING cured by Bates' appliances.
For description, &c., address SIMPsoN &
,o., Box 5076, New York.
We are now prepared to furnish permanent altos
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who areIo"t of Worl I Ium
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SOUTHERN CO-OPERATIVI Co., NasHvill. Tenn
ZYKA L Z Y 0 1
AG ENTS WANTED.
BADEN PROLIFI! FLOUR CORN.-This
orn excels imy olier for bread and is beat
>r stock. It ripeins iix woek s earlier than
ny other kind, and grows from 6 Lo 14 ears
n a stalk.
The important pAits we claim for this new
ariety of corn are these: 1. Oue Malk ot
lis corn bears from 6 to 14 cars; one hill
rith two.etalks Inakes from 10 to 25 ears
roducing from one acre of ground about
hree or four times-as many bushels on the
oil and' with the same culture as the com.
ron corn. 2. The corn is heavier in weight,
ias as large an ear, thinner husk, and makes
orn meal, for fiaily use, sweeter and more
utritious, and vnbuale for feerling stock. 8.
chat it will grow and produce a profitable
rpon ground where oither corn will not
r1ow 10 mahlturiIy. 4. It t pn earmlier and is
iot liable to bye caught by frost. 6. The grains
re targe, pure' andi whlite, and an ordinary
~iold is from 80.to] 00 bushels t o le are,
>n medium land.
A fine qualiff of Flou1r can he made fi4m it.
When ground it produces a flour anralagnus in
rppearancecapd ta.ste to ,flour made from the
yest white 4heM. EVenin epicui-e m'ould fail
o distinguish bet ween bread, made from the
wo. The corn shelled weig~hs 01 lbs to the
>ush cl-Whl ch is & lbs heavier than any ether
PRICES BY MAIL POSTPAID.
Sa ck, ' $1.00 |(6 Sack s, $4.50
Sacks, 2.50 |10 Sacks, 7.60
Each sack contains 1,000 sound grains. .
ample stalks with the ears on them will be
ent out to Agents: Write for Testimonials
rith terms to Agents. Beware of swindles;
e one else has the genuine seeds in this
tate except. myself. Some parties adlvert ising
Iris corn unmd offering to send stalks, when
ou ordler of them they write you that their
talks are all gone. Remember Agents get a
aoid co.,tission, and write for terms at once
efore the agency of your county is given to
ome one else.
Lddress, W. S. TIPTON,
Jan 11, 1877 18 4tf
rhe Greatest Discovery of
DR. TOBIAS' VENETI4N LINIMENT.
Over 20 years before the public. Warrant..
~d, or the money returned, to cure Dysentery,
)iarrhea, Colic, Spasms, Croup, and Vomit,.
ng, taken internally. Perfectly innocent;
tee oath with each bottle; and Chronic Rheu
natism, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises, Pains in
he Limbs, Back and chest, externally. Not
m bottle has ever been returned, although
nillions are sold annualy. Price, 50 cents.
L)r. TOBLAS' HORSE LINIMENT, in Pint
Bot ties, is the best in the world for the cure
f Lameness, Old Sores, Sprains, Colic, and
D)istemper. Price, $1.00. Tobias' Derby
IJondition Powders are superior t any others,
r no pay. They allay Fever, Purify the
WVat.er, Soften the skin, give a fine coat, and
*mprove the A ppetite. Price, 25 cents. Per
~ectly innocent, as Col. D). McDaniels, whe
as seen the recipe testifies to, as well as the
Liniment, iIe has some of the Fastest Run
aing Horses in the world. Thousands of cer..
ificates have been receivedl, speaking in high
erms of the above medicines. Sold by the
Druggists. LIPPMAN BROS, 8avannah,
Price, Twenty-Five Cenate.
ONE H UNDRED AND FIFT H EDITION.
Dontaining~a complete list of all the towns in
she United States, the Territories and the
D~ominkon of CanadIa, having a population
greater than 5,000 acoording to the last cen
mus, together with the names of the news..
papers having the largest local circulation in
3ach of the places named. Also, a catalogue
f newspapers which are recommended to
advertisers as giving greatest value in pro..
portion to -prices charged. Also, all news.
papers in the United States and Canada,
printing over 6,000 copies each Issue. Also,
il the Religious, Agricultural, Scientific and
MIechanleal, Medical, Masonic, Juvenile,
Educational, Commercial, Insurance, Real
Estate, Law, Sporting, Musical, Fashion, and
fther special class journals; very complete
lists. Together with a complete list of over
300 German papers printed in the United
3tates. Also, an essay upon advertising;
nany tables of rates, .showing the cost of
idvertising in various newspapers, and every
hing which a beginner in advertising would
ike to know. Address
IEO. P. IROWELL & O.t
xow:1: TU TIME
TE ??OIFI flT .
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Every man In the County of
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Every man~ who has Aver lived
bore and has nraoved
BROULD BE A SUBSCRIBER !
..IT FURNISH E8 ALL
THE #3UETY NEWS
Largely in the adjoining Counties,
and to some extent in Western
North Carolina I
AN*D IS, THEREFORE,
L fQQD MIDIU 1Dl ADVINll
For the Piokens Sentinel I
In the Pickens Sentinel I
Dr. R. 1. GillIland
his Proflessional servioes to the citizens of thai
r ai blyand sorrounding country. Chargei
rICENhS HIGH fC1OKL.
P 2HEoholastio year in divided Into two
Terms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
66mmepbs February 6th, and ends June 22d;
the second Term commences July 28d, and
end@ December 7th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the comutefeement of the Terms, will be
charged for the *hole Term; those entering
after thtg tWof, frots the time of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the donmnencement, when the several
classes are forming,
Coure of Study.
Jst Term-fpelling and Reading.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography continued; Introducing English
Orammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
.xeroses in. Writing.
2T'erm-Spelling and Reading c'entinued;
Elements of Written ArIthmetio completed;
Intermediate Geography completed; Analyt.;
ical English Grammar; Primary U. S. His
tory; Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-.English Grammar completed; Phy,
sical Geography; Oommon School Arithmo*
tic; Towns Analysis of Words;
2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic - continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. 8. History.
PRF ARATORY DEPARTMENT.
Ist Term Latin Grammar and Harkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davies' Algebra;
History of England.
P.d Term-Four Books of Cosar; Arnold's
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Grammar; Kendriok's
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Reader; Davies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
. . INTR1EDIA*rE .CLASS.
lt Term-Six Books of Virgil; Greek
Readpr completed; Plain Geometr~y; Higher
Composition and Rhetoric.
2d Term-Sallust's Cataline & Jugurt.ha;
Xenophon's Anabasis; Higher Algebra
commenced; Solid and Spherical Geome
try completed; -Chemistry.
st Term-CiCero's Select Orations; Xenophons
Memorabilia; Trigonometry and Surveying;
Rawnan History; Latin Prose Composition.
2d Term-Horace entire;"Six Books of the
Iliads: Greek Prose 0onposition; Algebra
The abovo courso will prepare cnn
didates for adrmission into the Sopno
MORE CLASS Of any of Our Southern
Colloges. Students, who do not stand
a satisfactory examination upon the
several studios of each class, wvill not
bo allowed the privilego to advance to
the next higher, but be retained in
such class, till ail the studics of it be
TUITION OF PRDIARtY DEPARTMENT
$unior Clas, - - $5.00
intermediato Class, - - 12.50
Senior -- . 15.00
Preparatory Department, 20.00
No deduction wvill be made for lost
time except from prolonged sickness.
Monthly reports of punctulity, de..
pertmnent, and recitations in eou stu
dy, will be furnished parenits.
J. H1. CARLISLE, Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
Fits and E pilepsy
The worst cases of the longest standing, by
using Dni. HIunnDAI>'s Cure.
It has Cured Thousands,
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to all addressing
J. E- DIBBLE, Chemist, Office: 1355 Broad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
MBDIOINE RE'NDERED USELESS.
Volta's EJectro Belts and
are indorsed by the most eminent physicians
in the world for the cure of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver eomnplaint, dyspepsia, kidney
disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits,
female complaints, nervous and general de
bility, and other chron ic diseases of the chest,
head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.
Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt
Be., Cincinnati, 0.
METROPOLITAN W 0 R K S,
CANAL ST., rROM SIXTH TO SE~VENTHI,
RICHIMOZ .D, :: ViRGINiA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
AJRCIIITECTURA LE IRON WORKC
In all its branches, done by experienced haInds
JAIPRO0VED PORTABDL ENGINES for
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A number of
second-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited an I promptly done.
WM. E. TANNERI & CO.
Oct 14, 7 ly
Benator-R E Bowen.
Representatives-D F Bradley and E H Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of Probate-W G Field.
Coroner-Berry B Earle.
Sc/hoot CJommisoner-G W Singleton.
County Comnmisioner--John T G ossett,
Chairman-Robert Craig, U M Lynch. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L Ilollingsworth.
Trial Justices-Easley, Luke L. Ar'ail-Sa.
lubrity, --------entral, Jarnes A
Liddell-Pickena C Ii., C L Hlollingsworth
and (J W Taylor-D..acueiute 3.1 n anth..rlad
South airolina Baflis .
C,RAaL5TON, S. 0., Dec. 1 .
On aud after Senday, Dtcember 19, the
Passenger Trains on the South .Csre"tta
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave Charleston 916an
Arrive at Columbia an
Leave Charleston 9 15 a
Arrive at Augusta 6 -1 na
Ldavq Columbia 40 4 m
Arrive at Charleston
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPAX38.
Leave Charleston 0
Arrive at Columbia 7 2 iis
Leave Columbia 7
Arrive at Charleston 6
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
t,e iharienton -8 0Q ?a
Arrive at Augusta 746 a
Leave Augusta 8 tj
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a
Leave Summerville at 7 80
Arrive at Charleston 846 a
Leave Charleston 8 16 p a
Arrive at Summervill* 4 30
Connects at Kingville daily [except Stmne'
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Traifts connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
lailroad and Central Railroad. This route
via. Atlanta is the quickest and most dW4q#
route, and as comfortable and cheap as a
other route, to Montgoie., S&lra, Mdt'
New Orleans, and all other points South*&*
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, 86,
Louis. and all other points West and Noqfi
Day Train connects at Columbia with thd
IThrough Train on charlottee Road.(w4jqk
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Lo6%l-tgi
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at New.
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and SatWi
days. ' .fi
Up columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia Railroa.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintenden,
S. B. Pczcxfws, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
ed, connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and art.
er Mondany, December 18, the following wItb
bo the Schedule: -
Leave Columbia at 7.46 a*
Leave Alsbuon at 9.16 % p
Leave New berry at 10.86 a
~Leave Cokesbury at 2.07%
Leave Belton at 8.60 p a
Arrive at Greenville at 6.86 y m
Leave Greenville at 8.06 a a
Leave Belton at - 9.40 a &
Leave CQkesbur7 11.20.
.eave Newberry at 2.40a
Leave Alaton at 4.30'y an
Arrive at Columbia at 6.56 p
a@Conneet at Alston with Trains on the
Spartanburg and Union Railroad ; conneet a
Columbia with Night Trains on the South Car
olina Railroad up and down ; also ''il Traing
going North and South on the Ch e, Ce.
lumbia and Augusta and t he Wilu ington, O.,
A BBEVI LL E BR ANCH.
Train leave Abbeville at 9.16 a in., connet. +
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.16 p mn., connecting with Up.
Train from Columbia. Accoummodation Traine
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leave
Cokesbury .1t 11.15 a mn., or on the arrival'et
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Abe
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with LUp
Train from Columbia.
ANDERBON JIRANCH AND FLUE RIDGE
Leave WValhalla at 6.00 a a
Leave Perry ville at 6.46 a na
Leave Pendleton at 7.86 a a6
Leave Anderson at 8.86 a n
4mrlve at iieiton at 9.20 a a
Leave Belt on at 8.60 p sa
Leave Anderson at 4.60 pa
Leave Pendleton at 6.60 p as
Leave Perryville 68
Arrive at Walhalla 7.16 pna
Accommodation Trains between Belton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Ba4ur..
days, Leave Belton at 9.60 a m., or on arriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Anderson at, 2.00Op mn., connecting 'with Up
TIROM AS DODA MEAD,
JADEZ NORTON, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line lailway.
PAssENGE~R TRAIN EASTWARn--DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at -a p sa
Leave Tocooa City at 6 46 p a
Leave Westminster at p a
Leave Seneca city at p a
Leave-central at 8 Sp a
Leeve Easley at '" 9 12 p a
Leave Greenville as 9 41 p a
Leave Spartanburg at a a
Arrive at charlotte at 2 08 a a
PASSNER TRAIN WESTWARD--DAILI..
Leave Charlotte at 2 16 a a
weave Spartanburg at a a
Leave Greenville at 6 40 a a
Leave Ealey at 7 08 a
Leave Central at 7 40 a a
Lcavo Seneca City at a a
Leave Wetinhister at a a
Leave Tuoooa City at 9 44 a a
Arrive at Atlanta at 1 80 p a
Colonists, Emig ants and
For map circulars, condensed time tables
andl general information in regard to.,Iee -
portation facilities to all points in Ten Uso,
Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Oei6tade
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah an&
California, apply to or address Arnuar 3.
WRE, General Emigrant Agent, IJffio No.
2 IH. I. Kimball House, A tlanta, Ga.
No one should go West without firet get.
ting in oommagObtion with the General
Eigrant A gent, and become informed as to
superior advantages, cheap and quick tranp.
portation of famuilies, household goods, stoek,
and farming implements generally.
Allinformation cheerfully given,
',W. L, DAWLEY,
nol 6m G P. &T.A.