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.?. -BADEET Editor.
PICKENS (. II., 8. 0.
Thursday, September 6, 1877.
Kenhaw all Right.
At the special election in Kershaw
county on the 28th uit., for Clerk of
the Court nud two County Commis
s'onors, the Democrats elected their
candidates by 500 majority, on a
straight Domocratic ticket. The Rads
ials had nominees, but they had no
showing, the Domoorats sweeping
everything before them.
We publish olsowhoro from the
Columbia Rngister, a list of* the na mes
ot the Radical thioves who have boon
indicted by tho grand jury of Richland
bodnty for plundering the State. Thoso
mon during the flush days of Radical..
ism lived in all the pomp and splon.
dor'.of wealth, whilo tho people woro
groanipg under an opprofssivo tax to
keep thom up. Thoy laughod at the
complaints of tho peoplo and scorned
their threats. But their day has
come, South Carolina is rogeneratod
and disinthralled. Tho prosent ad.
ministration is fearless!y pushing tho
investigations, while tho Judiciary
stands ready to perform its duty. Lot
the good work go on.
Tilman R. Gaines, according to an.
nouncement in last wok's paper, ad
dressed a large, intolligent and atten,
Live audience in the Court Houso last
Monday. His romarks wore cloquently
and forcoably delivored, and wo think
Inado a very good impression. Mi.
Gaines has volunteorly devoted four
years to tho introduction of immi
grants and capitalist ioto tho soction
of Piedmont country, extending from
Richmond, Virginia to Atlanta, Ga.
.lis efforts are about to be crowned
With succoss, and a large influx of
thrifty Northerners with a small capi,
tal may be oxpeotcd along the line
of the Air Line Railroad this win ter.
Mr. Gainos is very sanguine of suc
cess, and thinks within a few~ years
this wholo Piedmont section will be
teaming wvith population, mnanufac
turies and wealth. WVo would like to
say more on this subject hero, but
want-of space forbids us. 'We will,
however, have more to say about it
in the future, and in the mean time
tender the use of' our columns to such
of our citizens as may desiroe to dis.
cuss the subjoet. We havo an Immi..
gration Sot-ioty organized ait this
place, and invito all w ho feel disposed,
to come forward, join us and help to
push the cause forward. There is no
doubt but w hat the introdluction of
the right kind of' people will result in
the permanent bonofit of the Stato.
Benefits of High Usury.
The following illustrates the benefits
of' the present high ratos of usury in
this State. Mr. A. a merchant of this
County, borrows muonoy to pay for
goods, and pays two and one half per
.cont. per month for it, or thirty po
contunm per annum. This he says
is a fair per cent on his goods, but he
must add it to first cost in order to
save himself. This ho does, and then
puts on the per cent ho dosires to
realize himseolf. Now, wvho pays this
interest? is it the mercbant. No.
The consumer, the man who digs and
delves in the soil for his bread is forced
to pay the mnoney,londor thirty per
cent interest on his money loaned to
the merchant. Now if tho merchant
could get the money at seven por cent.
of' course he would only add thant
amount to first coht, and the consumer
would thereby save twenty three per
cent. isn't this a suflicient, argument
in favor of ro-onactiAg the old usury
laws of this State? There are rnainy
other illustrations that might be pro,
sented, but we think this alone will
Laurens desires razilroad con nection
with the Air Line, at either Groons
vileo or Spartanburg. Both of these
places are activo in their efforts
to secure the connection at their res
pective places, and committees have
boon appolitod at both places to press
the claims and advantages of each
The Pollowing Explains Itself.
.ATHENs, GA., Aug, 31, 1877.
DEaR Bao. BARRtETT, Central, S. C.:
I will commence a meeting in your
town on next Friday, the 7th Sept.,
at 11 o'clock A. M., and w ill con tinue
it for one week. Please make the ap.
pointment for me. Yours, &c.
J. A. MUNLav.
' ACUSWiLE ITEXS.
Everything looks quito prosperous,
though vtgitation in somo sOOtions is
suffering for want of rain.
Sinco 11ampton is Governor, our
people aro bent on improvements.
Tho Methodists at Dacusvillo are
erecting a splendid houso of worship.
P. 11. Williams is putting up a fine
W. 1. IIuighoi sha ug thea "spir
it" and is onlargingand improving his
already comfortable dwelling to cor
respond with the timos.
G. F. Robinson has whito-washed
his fenceo, kitchen, &C., to correspond
with his beautiful whito house.
J. S. Williams is experimonting with
peas vs. cotton. He has already gath,
eted about 20 bushels of peas from his
two acro patch, and they are not half
"Pushpockot" is in a flouriehing
condition. Tho gentlemanly bearing
of the young merchants (the Messrs.
Fo-ters) always bring in the cash and
barter. No county could boast of a
moro prosperous store than this, if
they would only advortise in tho
SENTINE , and let the people know
what they havo.
TILE PIC-NIC AT PETER's CREEK.
The Sabbath School and Prof. D.
C. Frooman's singing school pic-nio
came off on Saturday last, at Poter's
Crock Church, and a splendid affair it
was. The two schools, the Peter's
Crook Sabbath School and tho Potor's
ICrook Singing School, formed their
proCession, at 10 A. N., at tho chirch
and marched to the stand. Tho col
un was headod by Rov. B. M. Pack,
Superintendent of the Sabbath school.
ind Prof. D. C. Frooman, teacher of
the singing school. The beautiful and
tasty bannor of tho Peter's Creek
Sabbath school, borno in the manly
hands of young Mr. A. J. 11unt, with
tho ba(gos, worn by each one of its
students gave to tho marching column,
with its splendid ordor, a grand ap
araneo T stand was occupied by
the sp'eakers for the occasion, togoths
or with Prof. Froomann and his organ
and a few of his singers. Thou exer
cises wore oponued wvith pra~yer' by Rev.
W. B. Singleton. Rev. B. M. Pack
then introduced the speakers, in the
following order: Rev. W. B. Singloton
and Rev. A. F. Ross, who delivered ad,
dresses on Sabbath schools, and who
gave us excellen t imp)romptu specches
T1ho original speakcer Rov. .J. C. 111udson1
failed to appear. Then rollowved Rev. G.
W. Singleton, wvho on)tortalined us for
about 40 mfiuUtes, upon the subject of
music. Llis speech, like the others,
was excellent. Prof. Frcoman, wvith
his instrument, gave us exccllent
muIsic between, and also~ while the
comnbnitt.oes wor'o at, their work of pro
p)aring the dinner table. Then the
announcomont was made, "come nowv,
for all things are ready" Again the
marching column muoved oft-all fell
in for all wvero invit,ed to dinner.
Upon reaching the table--well, the
scene beggars descri ption-poen pic
tures must now fail. Hefre is a table
150 foot long loaded, it looks as if it
could not stand under its burden. But
hundreds of hungry people soon re
lioved it of a portion of its load, then
retired, antisfied that they could not
cap)ture and devour all, when a second
column was ordered forward, and
again the table was rep)lenished with
the few missing good things, and was
aigain vigorously at,tacked, but all to
no avail, for there was a "'fountain" of
good things thiere, and, like the spring,
by hasty dipping may be exhausted
for a few moments but soon fills up
again. Such order all said never was
seen before at, a pic%nic. Notwith,
standing there was a crowd, estimated
by some to have been ono thousand
or more, fed, thore were many baskets
an1 trunks not opened, so
abundant was the supply. Dinner
being over, all retired again to the
stand, when we again had music and
an address from R1ev. T. D. Gwin, on
education in sabbath schools and mus
sic, who said that "after such a hearty
dinner he could do nothing more than
talk," but the talk was good and to
the point. Then came the benediction
by Rev. WV. B. Singleton, and thus
closed one of the happiest days in the
history of old Peter's Creek.
The smiling face of improvement
has appeared at Central after a long
absence. Mossrs. Newton, Morgan
and others are putting up buildings.
The R. R. Company has put up
soveral new buildings.
Our D. Society and Base Ball Club
are flourishing. Wn are to haen ..
"match game" with Basley Club eta
Saturday, the 8tb inst. .
Mr. S.. Werner attempted the job
of decapitating one of the colored
population with his knifo the other
night, but was stopped whon about
one third of the way through.
Messrs. Bart and "Cousin John"
havo a bad case of fever-tho gold
The train ran over a man the other
day--the man was under a trostle.
We had a nice little pio nio at Rus
3ol's bridge on Twelve Milo last Sa..
turday. We had plenty to eat, plenty
of good music from the Contral string
band, and bottor than all, plenty of
pretty girls. Wo have one of thoso
quiet happy times, so full of onjoy
mont that we are almost afraid to
speak of it, lost we should spoil some of
it. Because we didn't make a "groat
blow" of it, some, w'ho wore not there,
thought that it was a -thin affair,"
but they will never bo able to appro,
oiate how much they missed. To toll
the truth, I think that they have
heard of "sour grapos."
Some of our "distinguished" citizens
have bon drawn over to Liberty to
the Singing School by tho power of
attraction-but not of gravitation.
We don't blame them, wo have been
that road oursolves. RovEt.
Cropi are needing rain badly.
We tear thoso dry times will mako
the turnip crop short,
Cotton is opening. Some of our
farmors think there will not bo more
than a half crop made.
Our roads gonerahy, aro well work
od. The one londing from this place
to Pickens C. 11. has been greatly im
proved by a slight chango in its loca
tion nonr V. K. Boggs' mill.
On the 24th ult., Mr. J. A. Stowart
killed a rattle,snake, mcasuiring five
foot in longth and having twelvo
Last Wodnesday the lightning
cain down on a sturdy oak, in front
of Mrs. J. B. Chiyton's residecnco, and
demolished it entirely. The over
powering spirit and genius of' another
s-meltimes ti;umphs over the most oh
Last TIhursday the (day school mer
god into the inging school.
Woe think .tehro is danger of an in
surrection among the tobacco chewers
Thol) election for WVardon on Satur
day resulted in the choice of' Mr. S. .
Stewart, by eloven majority.
In the Clutches of the Law.
The Columbia Register of the 31st,
uIt says, the ga-and jury returned the
following~ true bills yesterday:
Stato v's. R. HI. Geaves, breach of
trust with fradulent intention.
Stato v's. C. W. Montgomery,
broach of trust with fraudulent inton,
State vs. A. 0. Jones, breach of
trust with fradulont intention.
State vs. F. J. Moses, hiring and
counselling breach of trust with frau
State vs. F. J. Moses, breach of trust
with fraudulont intention.
Stato vs. F. S. Jacobs, for'gery.
Stat.o vs. F. S. Jacobs, forgery.
State vs. Joseph us WVoodruff, for.
State vs. John J. Patterson, N. 0.
Parker and Hiram HI. Kimpton, con,.
spiraey to bribe the Legislature.
State i-s. John 3. Patterson, bribery
State vs. John J. Patter'son, hiring
and counselling broach of trust.
State vs. [R. K. Scott, 3. J. Patter
son, Niles G. Parker and F. S. Jacobs,
conspiracy to defraud.
State vs. R. K. Scott, J. J. Patter
son, Niles G. Parker and F. S. Ja
cobs, conspir'acy to dcfr'aud.
Those wvoro the bills submitted to
the grand jury, wvho have brought in
true bills in each case, thirteen yes..
terday and eleven the previous day
in all twenty-four. Judge Kershaw
will have to leave the city on Satur
day next, in order to hold court in
another county next Monday; there
fore, to morrow will conclude the
businos of the grand jury for the term.
How TIE .NEW THING WORKS.
From the Treasurer's office we learn
that the various officers in the differ
ent counties of the State whose duty
it is to make returns of the "domni
tion cash" to the State Treasurer arc
coming up handsomely, and that thero
is no scarcity of money in that office
A gent,leman thoroughly conversant
with the affairs of the State in ante
bollum' days, and wvho is at present
connected with the T-m,,.u..r.. ofmce
tinks that when the Legislature
meets they will find that not only an
abundance of money has been paif in
to meet all the appropriations made
2t the last session, but that th6y will
11nd a surplus on hand, which will
3nablo them to pay off some past in.
riebtedness, which the wisest of them
Feared would have to be waited for
For some time to come. Can such
N,hings bo? Is it possible that less
Uhan six months of rule by the decent
people of the State has brought this
stae of affairs about? For the bono.
ft of the doubting, we can say posi..
Lively, without the four of contras
Lion, that it has.-Columbia Registor.
Relief Without a Doctor.
Though we would by no means be under
stood as deprecating, but rather as recom
mending, professional aid in disease, there"are
multitudes of instances when it is neither ne
cessary or easy to obtain. A family provided
with a comprehensive household speciflo like
Hostertter's Stomach Bitters, is possessed of
a medicinal resource adequate to most emergen
cies in which medical advice would be other
wise needful. That sterling tonic and Qor
rect've invariably remedies, and is authorita
tively recommended for debility, indig estion,
liver disorder, an irregular habit of body, uri
nary and uterine troubles, incipient rheuma
tism and gout, and many other ailments of
frequent occurrence. It eradicates and pre
vents intermittent and remittent fevers, re
lieves mental despondency, checks premature
decay, and invigorates the nervous and inus
cular tissues. Sleep, [digestion and appetite
are promoted by it, and it is extremely useful
in overcoming the effects of exhaustion and
Keowee Lodge, N o. 79. A. F. M
TiHE REGULAR MONTITLY MEET.
ING OF KEOWEE LODGE, No. 79,
A.-. F.-. M.- will take place on the
FinsT MONDAY in -TOl'BER next. The at
tendance ofall the neiel)crs is earnestly de
sired. I. A. CHILlD, W. M.
W. T. BowEN, Secretary.
~ilkinS5 V7ilUIaS & coo
Main-St. Greenville S. C.
Whoesale and Retail Dealers h
Ifardwaire, Cutlery, Gu s,
FINE. TABLE AND1 POCKET CUTLERY, A
FP'ECIA LT' .
liar Iron andi Steel;
BilacksmithI's, Carpenter's and Mechauic's
iluilders H ardware of every descri pt ion;
wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line of Biest Quality Leat.her and Rub
ber Belting, always in st,ock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The Hall Safe and Leck Company;
Th'le "'Taylor'" Cot ton Gin;
Tucker's Patent. Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the -Celebrated Shaenberger Horse
and M ule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweedes Iron at
the lowest quotations from any nmarkets, and
still propose to duplicate invoice:i from Norti -
ern Jobbing Houses, adding only actual
WILKINS, WILidAMS & CO.
Greenvillb, S. C.
Sept 6, 1877 b2 Gmi
A VALUABLE WORK.
The Centennial History of the United States,
from the discovery of the American Conti
nent to the present, time; with a complete
history of the Centennial Exhibition. Ily
Jas. D. McCabe, author of "A Mannual of
General History," "The Great Republic,"
It is a 'well known fact that the great mass
of our people are compelled to rely for their
knowledge of the history of their country, up
on the outline works intended for the use of
schools, which by their very nature are brief;
designed for the comprehension of children,
and in exery way unsuited to the adult mind.
There has long been felt a genuine want of
a history of the United States, covering the
whole period from the discovery of the Conti
nent to the present day, and presenting in a
succinct and comprehensive form the history
of our country through its various periods,
from a higher and more thoughtful standpoint
than would be proper to a school history.
This dlemand we are happy to say is satisfac'.
torily met in "The Centennial History of the
United States," a work which is evidently de
stined to take rank as the standard history
of our country. The author, James 1). Mc
Cabe, is an able and well known historical
We most heartily commend tis work to our
readers. It is no dry mass of details, no bom
bastic effort to inflame the national pride, but
a clear, vivid, and brilliant narrative of the
events of our history from the discovery of the
American Continent to the present (day. It
gives a most interesting account of the Indians
of North America, from the time of the com
ng of the white man. The voyages of Colum,
bus, the explorations of the different nations
>f Europe. and the wandlerings of the Span
iards in search of gold and immort al youth, are
told with graphic power, Tihe story of the
Revolution is related with all the interest of
romance; then follows a clear and succinct
account of the formation of tihe Federal Gon
ititution, the second war with England, the
Miexican War, and the events of our history
u p to the commencement of thne civil war.
Thme Ist ory of the great civil war Is related
with intense vigor, with strict fidelity to truth
The author writes with calmness and impar".
liality, and pleads the cause of no section or
party. The book contains a complete account
of the Centennial E xhibition.
It is comprised in one large and handsome
volume, of over 1100 pages and contains more
than 600 fine engravings on steel and wood.
rho book is issued by the National Publishing
Co., of Philadelphia, whose imprint is a guar
rntee of the excellence of the workmanship.
The price is low considering the character of
the work, and er.ch subscriber is presented
with a handsome lithographic engraving of
the Centennial buildings and grounds. It is
sold by subscription only, apd M R. W. H
IIUGh IiS, whno l'a the anthorized agent for
thins section, Is vow capv4ssing for it.:
V E CI N E
fPrifies the Blood Renovates
andInvigorat. the Whole
ITS MEDVAL.QU.. i
VGiBIo lareta ade exclusively from the
herbs, and so f. elected barks, roots, and
will effectually. era 601tcentrAted that It
every taint of Srofula from the system
Tumor, Cancer, CaneoOfulous Huter,
pelas, Salt Rheum, S pha Humor, Erysi.
or, Faintness at.the A'umab piseases, Ca: k
es that arise from intue bl .i all diseas
Inflammatory and Chronic Sciation,
Neuralgia, Gout, and Spinal Compla atin,
wonly be effectually cured through h can
For Ulcers and Eruptive Diseases o0*
Skin,, Pustules, Pimples, Blotches, Bo0
Tetter, Soaldhead, and Ringworm, Vegetlne'
has never failed to effect a permanent cure,
For Pains in the Back, Kidney Complaints,
Dropsey, Female Weakness, Leucorrhcoa,
arising from internal ulceration, and uterine
diseases and General Debility, Vegetine acts
directly upon the causes of these complaints.
It invigorates and strengthens tho whole
system, acts upon the secretive organs, al
lays inflammation, cures ulceration, and re
gulates the bowels.
For Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Habitual Costive,
ness, Palpitation of the Heart, Headache,
Piles, Nervousness, and General Prostra
tion of the Nervous System, no medicine has
ever given such perfect satisfaction as the
Vegetine. It purifies the blood, cleanses all
of the organs, and possesses a controlling
power over the nervous system.
The remarkable cures effected by Vegetino
have induced many physicians and apotlie
caries whom we know to prescribe and use
it in their own families.
In fact. Vegeline is the best remedy yet
discovered for the above diseases, and is the
only reliable Blood Purifter yet placed be
fore the public.
The Best Fvidenkee.
The following letter from Rev. E. S. Best,
Pastor of M. E. Church, Natick, Mass., will
be read with interest by many playsicians;
also those suffering from the same disease as
afflicted the son of the Rev. E. S. Best- No
person can doubt this testimony, as there is
no doubt about- the curative powers of Ve
NATICK, Mass., Jan. 1. 1874.
MrAl. HR. STEvENs-Dear Sir: We have good
reason for regarding your Vegentine a in
dicine of the greatest value: We feel assured
that it has been the means of saving our
sonl's life. lie is now seventeen years of
age. For the last two years he las suffered
from necrosis of his leg, caused by scrofulous
affection, and was so far reduced that nearly
all who saw him thought his recovery impos
sible A council of able phyr icians could
give us but the faintest hope of his ever ral
lying; two of the number declaring that lie
was beyond the reach of' human remedies,
t hat even ainimuat ion could not save hima, as5
lie had not. vigor enough to endure th.e Ope
ration. Just, then we commaenceud giving
Vegetine, and tromi t hat tme to thea present
lie hats been continuously improving. 1[e
has lately resumed his studies, throwni away
his crutches andl canie, anid walks about
cheerfully and strong.
Thouugh~ there is still some discharge from
the opening where the limib was lanced, we
have tihe flullest confidence that in a little time
lhe will be perfectly cured.
le has takent abot) three dozen bot.tles of
Ve&genitine, bmt. lately uses but l1lt Ic, as h
declares thait lhe is too well to he taking" me
dicine. Rtespectfully yours,
Mlrs. L. C. F. I:s-r.
H. R. STEVENS, Boston Xass.
VEGETINE is Sold by All iruggists.
aug 16. 1877 40) 4
STATE OF SOUTII CAllOLINA.
pYV virtue of a dlecretal order to me direct
)ed by Th'lon psonj 1. Cooke, Judige of the
Eighth J udicial Circuit, I will sell on the
First Mondlay in October next, at Pickens
Court House, bet-ween the legal hours of sale,
the f'ollowiing property, to wit.:
All that Piece, Parcel and Tract of Landl
situated in Pickens County, South Carolina,
on waters of George's Creek, and adjoining
lands of Ashmoro, Rt. E. Bowen, Stradley,
Thackston, Dalton, and other lands of the
Defendant: containing Two hundred andl
Fifty Acres, more or less, and composed of
separate tracts of land purchased by Defend
anit from S. Hi. Boweni and John Thackston
and Tilman Miller, to the Deeds from whioh
parties to the Defendant, reference is directed
for a more particular discription of the same,
it being the tract of land on which the De
fendant now resides. Sold at the suilt of WV.
HI. Perry, against L. T. Adingt on, to f oreclose
TERMS OF SALE-One haltf of the pur,
chase money to be paid in cash, the balance
on a credit of six months from the day of
sale, the credit portion to be secured by a
mortgago of the pr emises, and to bear interest
at the rate of fifteen per cent per annum
P'urchasers to pay extra for deed and
JOAB MAULDiN, E.P.O.
' sept 6, 1877 52 . 4
STATE OF SOUTfl CAROLINA,
B vitue of an execution to me dire'cted,
I ilsell to the highest bidder before
the Court house door, during tihe legal hours
of sale, on Saleday in October next,
One Piece or Parcel of Land, lying on Sa
luda River, in Pickens County, supposed to
contain Two hundred Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Robert Trotter, William
Mayfield and others; levied on as the prop.
erty of C. A. Carson, at the suit of James
TERMS CASH. Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAUJLDIN, s.r c
sept 0, 1877 62 4
ALIL persons having demands against te
AEstate of ELIHIU GRIFFIN, decensed,
are requested' to present them to thie under
signed properly atfctetd; and those indebted
to the Estate t-o make payment at once, as
longer indulgence cannot be given.
W. E. WVELBORLN,) .
WMz. SMITH, J Ex'ors
aug 2.'L 1877 3n
and Ior t, o ar. nold it to tUe leadinlg je
ele"it ot P""*( C'4 O lid '101l. )i 1875, w1h
jil ,ecret i 'c - 11 k1owi, ten of the mat
facturing jewelers estbUsihed a otftk 0om
pany, with a capital of *10,00,0*tft the
purpose of manufacturing " At -Gold
Jewelry and Watches. With thiimmens
capital, and the aid of improved mahinry
they are enabled to prodno" all ihe Iatst VaL.
terns of Jewelry at loes than one-tenth the
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality and color
which makes it Impossible even for experts tu
detect it fin>m the genulne. 0
We hayk ccured the excluilir agenc
the United States and Canada, he sal
all goois manufacturod from nietal I
in order to introduce them in thi mob. spe
manner, iavo put up assorted sample lots
given below, wici(h we will sell at une-te4
the retail value until January 1st, 187e.
Aead the list.
ent's Watch Chain retail price, $1 eo
One , Engraved Sleeve Buttons retail 76
set Scarf Pin, retail price, 76
Onset (I 1iral shirt studs, retail price 75
One heaVp ape collar button, retail, 50
One heavy plat, -vedding ring, retail 1 !5
For 60 cents we will iend above six ar
$1 00 LO'.
I pair sleeve buttons, stone setting
1 set (8) spiral shirt stude,
1 heavy hand engagement ring,
I set. (2) engraved bracolets,
1 Ladies' long guard or neck chain,
1 engraved miniature locket for the abovo
1 Gent's heavy link watih chain
1 Lake George Diamond stud.
$2 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' neck chxin and charm,
1 Ladies' heavy guard chain for watch,
I set Pin and ear rings; amethyst,
1 extra fine miniature locket,
1 cameo seal ring,
1 very heavy wedding or engagement rin;,
1 Gent's heavy watch chain with charm,
1 pair pearl inlaid sleove buttons,
I Lake George cluster pin,
1 pair (2) heavy band bracolets.
$3 O LOT.
1 Ladies' opera guard chain,
1 Ladies' neck chain and cross,
I beautiful locket, engraved,
1 pair band bracelets,
1 Gent's twist link vest chain and charm,
I pair onyx sleeve buttons,
I set.  onyx shirt studs,
I now improved collar button,
I extra cut cameo seal ring,
1 arizona solitaire stud,
I set amethyst or topaz pin and car drcps,
1 Ladies' chemise button,
I plain ring, stamped 18 K.
$5 00 LOT.
I Ladies' opera clini, with slide and t.wr )
[retail price 650')j
I Gent's heavy watch'chain, with curb cha. r .
[re tall price $5 00]
1 Ladties' haeavy long neck chain,
I eleganii chraeed mainiat tire locket for ab..' e
I set cameo medalion pini and ear drops
I pair  heavy chased band bracelets
I Gent's solitaire diamiond stutd
I GJet.'s cluster diamond pin
I pair amethyst or ony x sleeve buttcons
I set  stud8 to match the above'
I elegant heavy set cameo seal ring
Iin mssive band or wed (dinlg ring
I new "'patent"' collar button
I Ladies' chiemise butt on
I amnethyst or topaz ring, [extra finish. 4
TIhae retail price of the articles in u'e.h
samplle lot amaouints to exactly ten tir.; the;
price we ask for the lot; for oxamnpi . or
$1 00t lot retails for $10 00; our $5 00 ->t ( .
A Solid Romaine Gold Hunting C .so
To any one sending i's an order for the
above lots by express t o t!\ ount of I15 m
we wvill send FR1EE~ one Romaine oId
hnting-case 'Watch, (lents' or Ladie' sm,
warranted to keep perfect. time and l'.k
epully as well as a $100 gold watch. 1!y
tanail pospaid, $1n 50. Thisx is our best otf-.e
A.cnts, and is worth a trial, as the " -h
al ona8 will sell or trade readily for fr.,ru :..
to $50. Gents' or Ladies Watch nan, i' cO0
or $8 00O with a heavy Glent's gold pat'ernl vest
chain and charm, or Ladies' opera ohne~ with
slide ar.d tassel.
EEMEMIBE,-This offer only hole g:.od.
until .Janutary' 1st, 1878. After tha ime wr.
shall sell only to Jobbers and WVhole ate dheal.
ers, and any one wishing our goods "ie ibeni
have to pay full retail prices. Roma io Gol t
is the best, and, in fact, the only imia~ ion of
genuine gold made, being the same ini weigiat,
color and finish, and all our -goods are nov!e
in the lat est gold pat terns. WVill g ua r,ane
satisfaction in every instance, or rcetndi the
Send money by P. 0., Money f.'.ar, a
Registered Letter, at our risk. Na gw"'a
sent C. 0. D). unless $5 00 accompai.. the
order. Address plainly,' W. F. EVANI .k
('0., Solo Agents for UnIted 8t:.res an't
Canada, 95 and 97 South Clark--st: eot, Chi
aug 30,1877 51 t
Atlanta Medical College,
ni HE Twentieth Annual Course of L;.,tres
I.will commence October 15th, .m u, nd
close March 1st, 1878.
FACUTvY-'J. 0. West.moreland, W. F'. West-.
moreland, WV. A. Love, V. 11. Taliaferro, John
Thad. Johnson, A. WV. Calhoun, J. W Log.v,
J. T. Banks; Demnonstrator of' Anommay, C.
Send for Announcement, giving fuli luafor.
JNO. TIIAD. JOIIN8ON, Dean -
aug 9, 1777 48A
The State of South Carouna.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN TIE COURT OF COAfMONV ids
James 8. Hall and llenry D). Rowla, part... 4
ner's, doing business under the ti a n
of IIall and Rtowland, 'lalntiffM, against
Cicero E. Long, DefendariL
Summons for Honey .Demand. (Cknotw M
plaint not SefVOd).
TO Cicero IE. Long, Defoo~d'nt in il 41io).
YJ OU are hiereby summoned and rm''i,edI to)
a. answer the coomplaint in thi ati,ta
which on the 22d day of Augnat A. 1) 1.77,
was filed in the office of' the Cler , a.:
Court of Common Pleas for the said County,
and to serve a copy of your answer on the
subscribers at their offico, in the city of
Greenville, S. C., 'within twenty day after
the service of this sumns on you,. exchal. "'
sive of the day of service.
If you fail to answer thtmpant w itini
the time aforesaid, the jihntf a s -
judgment agaivst you for the si'n of (One 4
Hundred and slxty-two 60-400 delalr~, 'with
interest as set forth in the complaint in tis
acltion, andl costs.
Dated 21st August, 1877.
WVI11TNER & SYlMlIS,
J. J. LEWIS. c.c.r.
apag 80, 1877 51 a