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Meto*diebureb, Rev, A. W.WalkbW# NAtor.
1st Babba In k whth at 4'leek P. n
SBaptist cheh, jaj. Hiott, Pastor.
ot Sabbath aad 8at6rdaT before ib6h'
month st 11- ecok a.:a. on Sabbath, and at
.ae*e~k p. a. on Saturday.
tv. fffugh MoLees, Presbyterian, (seoa)
2d Babbath -in each month, at 11 o'clock a. m.
,$ovmral bee treeis hve boon found
Don' this place.
O* s will come on the 25th of1
Deceaber tbig year.
8 endid turnip and potato show
e fallen recently.
Seleotions of poetry by onr lady
friends will be appreciated.
" , time for pulling fodder has ar:
+ rived. : Save all you can.and then pull
Wd suggest that the ladles of Pick
en present the "Hampton Home
Guards" with a handsome bannej.
i certain things can be accomplish
ed, real estate will appreciate 50 per
cent, in this County.
The-coldest spring of water in Pick.
ens Coutity is 470 in mid summer.
The Twelve Mile Campmeeting
commences ne*t Wednesday, the 19th,
and embraces the 4th Sunday.
In some sections of the County, we
learn up-land corn has been seriously
injured by drought.
We wonder how many votes wou!d
be now polled in Pickens County for
subscription to a railroad? Can any
of our readers give us an estimate?
Sow plentifully of fall oats. Then
sow plentifully of wheat. Let nearly
all the cotton land be sown down, for
qw cotton is now bringing, only 91
and 10 cents per pound. No money
in this, but there is in small grains.
- Mrs. W. N. Hughes and Mrs. Miles
Singleton will please accept our
thanks for nice pieces of cake sent us
from the Peter's Creek pic-mec. We
should have acknowledged the fator
last week but did not have space.
The Revenue officers are getting
sharp They are now going up in the
iviountains and smelling of hogs for
the scent of still slop.
. Jim Turner was committed to jail
last week, bythe revenue authoritie,
Qbarged with a violation of the rev
fluy your goods from McFall.
The editor of' the SENTINEL is in
Columbiai at this time, lie went
down in thme interest of the school
teachers of th-s County, and will re
turn to-miorriow (f riday) mornmin'g..
Capt. Berry, Con n ty T1reasure'r w?llV
disbgree $1,455.03 am~ongMt thme public
school teachers to--morrow, (Friday)
if the'y will visit im, at his ottice,
with their claims in proper shape.
By consulting notice of School Com
missioner, elsewhere in thie issue,
teachers will learn something to their
Mrs. Reese, aged 86 years, died at
the residence of her grand daughter,
Mrs. JP. A. Bro om, at Easley Sta%
d1on, on the 6th instant. She was a
in'mber of the Baptist Church for 70
years, and died happy, in the full bope
ef aheavenly rest.
A party caught 828 pounds of Pike
fish in the mill pond of J. E. Boroughs
lastr week. Some of them 28 to 30
Inches in length.
.- Mr. G. W. Taylor has left a sample
of wool rolls, made at his factory, in
this office, which appears to be very
ADe-we mean carde,d in fine order.
We recommen-4 his factory to those
having wool to be carded.
, A Beautiful child is the pride of the
bbtlsehold. Worms aarken its com,
* pixion and ruin its health. Save it,
Oh! Pave it. One or t wo doses of
Shrinier's Indian Verinifuge will set
all thin.gs right again.
Tha t enterpritng and go--ahead
mnerchant, Mr. W. T. MeFall, has re
ceived a fresh stock of dry goods, gro,
cerfes, etc., which he is now selling as
hstonishingly low figures. Call aDd
4xamine his goods and see for your
We are informed that the ladies
.(sisters) of Secona~ church organized a
8:sters Missionary Society on last
Sabba by the election of Mrs. W. o,
UIeld,'?residen t, Mise Mary Freeman,
Vide'.President; Miss Mary J. Aligood,
,dodotary. The different members of
,tMe"society are to be furnished with
;4Mr AMite Box for the purpose of col.
teeting all they can by the way of eon
tibet,ias for elke support of foreign
The asseeb6ent pt pesnar4pfoper.
ty VW- *oj thild 46dtff ffEfy yeer;
unde &d~6a- admi1lstrateV, f6tw
O600 to800, a OO last year, and
then the-soat- *90 put in for $00,
all the law allows, but the Crtnt.
Comminsioet I* i; dowt, to &5.
Auditor Davis has just finished the
frst Asutbient under Vernocratic
rule# and for his *otk, including ada
vertleig and expresage on books,
etc., has rendered an account for only
$199.50. This is the contrast bot*een
Democratic and kadloal rule. Com
ment is unnecessary.
The public roads in some sections of
the County have been recently work-.
ed. In some places it would have baen
better had nothing been done to them,
while in other places they have been
very well worked and and put in first
rate order. On the road leading from
this-place to Greenville and Easley
Station, by Mr. R A. Bowen's, we no
tice that several large rocks have been
removed from the road, which was a
very timely and good improvement.
We learn that Mr. J. R. Holcomb's
residence, near Liberty 8tat;on, was
burned down on last Sunday night.
Every thing was lost, even to the
'family's wearing appearel, shoes, hats,
&c., the inmates barely escaped being
burned themselves. It is supposed to
have caught from a stove. We have
not learned the full particulars.
WHEN THE BLOSSOMS COvER Us
DARLINO.-Thia is the name of anoth-.
or of the popular Charlie Baker's new
songs can be had from any music
dealer in the United States, or from
tho publisher, F. W. Helmick, No. 50
West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0., by
sending 35 cents.
The tent-holders of Twelve Mile,
and others, who may be concerned,
are requested to meet at the Camp4
ground, on Friday, Sept. 14th, at 10
p'lock, a. m., for the purpose of mak,.
ing all necessary arrangement for the
Camp Meeting. Respond promptly.
E. M. MERITT.
Sweet potoes are abundant.
Peaches are still in demand, and
cider is firm.
The members of the singing school
rest from their labors.
A choir will, ore long, bo orgaxnized
at the church.
We had a goo-I rain last Thursday.
Fodder,pulled, but uncured was cons
We are sowing oats this week.
There will be a considerable area
sown in this section this fall.
There is a good opening hero for a
The query, "which has the gi'eMter
influence, the singing school teacher
or the day school teacher," has been
decided in favor of the former.
The Revenue officials do not stop to
'inquire whether a cigar is stamped or
not when they get hold of it.
Mr. D. 3. Greer has been rusticating
for about, two weeks. We are wait
ing to know "what success."
That "Go Back'' article about Toxn
'as, published in your last issue, proved
to be better than a dose of quinine to
cure the fever. It was well timed, for
some had already began to chill.
A $562,500 fire ocousred in .,New
York on the 3d inet.
Atlanta Medical College,
T HIE Twentieth Annual Course of Lectures
will commence October 16th, 1877, and
close March 1st, 1878.
FACotL--J. 0. Westmoreland, W. F. West
moreland, W. A. Love, V. H. Taliaferro, John
Thad. Johnson, A. W. Calhoun, J. M. Logan,
J. T. Banks; Demonstrator of Anatomy, C.
Send for Announcement, giving full Infor
JNO. T HAD. JOHNSON, Dean.
aug 9, 1777 48 8m
The Mtate of Moutha Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKENs.
iN TIl E COURT OF COMMON PLE AS
James 8. Hall and Henry D). Rowland. part,.
nersi, doing business under the firm name
of Hall and Rowland, Plaintiffs, against
Cicero E. Long, Defendant.
Summons for Money .Demand. ( Com
plaint not &trved).
TO Cicero E. Long, Defendant in this action.
Y ou are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint in this action,
which on the 22d day of Augnst A. D. 1777,
was filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Commnon Pleas for the said County,
and to serve a copy of your answer on the
subscribers at their office, In the city of
Oreenvijie, 8. C., within twenty days after
the service of this summons on you, exclu
sive of the day of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the pilaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of One
Hundred and SIxty-two 60-100 dollar-, with
Interest as set forth In the complaint, In this
action, and costs.
WiTNER & SYMMES,
J. J. LEWJS. 0.0,..
an 8-1877 . 51 8
R E.A D!
LOW PRICES FOR JULY AND
Full Suits of Ready Made Clothing at
Good Cottonades for summer suits at
15 and 20 cents per yard.
Best Calicoes at 8 cents-Remnants
at 5 cents.
Good Saddles from $2.50 up.
Good Bridles (with Dragoon Bita)
Good Blind Bridles for $1.25.
Two Hooped Water Buckets at 20
and 25 cents.
Pique, worth 85, 40 and 50 cents per
yard, we will sell for 18, 25 and
A large variety of Gents', Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, at the lowest
SIX VARIETIES, JUST RECIVED
A$D FOR SALE LOW.
July i9, 1877 46
RUBE MAnT I CO,
&c., &c., &c.
C heap Goods.
Will exchange Goods for any kind of
EASLEY STATION, S. t'
June 28, 1877 42
TH E undersigned Is located at Cent ral, and
is prepared at all times to dispatch work
with neatness. special attention to SETING
or RESETING A RTIFICIAL TEETH, either
temporary, partial or permanent. Filling
done With neatness. All the materials com.
monly used in filling,
GEO. BOROUGHS, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40 6m
The Atate of South Carolina
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Rebecca Keith, an Infant by Stephen D.
Keith, her Guardian ad litemn.
James M. Edens, as Administrator of the
Estate of Alexander Edenu, deceased, and
as heirs at law of said deceased, Margaret
Edens, Samuel Edens, Allen Edens, Rebeca
Williamus, Napoleon Edens, Mary Jane
Roper, William Edens, AlexanderO. Edens,
Elijah C. Edens, and Warren D. Edens, as
heirs at law of Alexander Edens, deceased,
Summons for Relief.
TO the Defendants in this action.
Y OU and each of you are hereby sum
moned and requit'ed to answer the com
plaint in this actiona, which complaint is filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court. for
Pickens tlounty, and to serve a copy of your
answer on the subscribers at their office on
the Public Square, Pickens Court House, S.
C., within twenty days after the service of
this summons on you, exclusive of the day
If yrou fail to Answer the complaint within
the time afor'esaid, the Plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the Relief demanded in the
Piekerns, C. H., S. C., Aug. 6, 1877.
NOR'tON, KEITil & HIOLLINGSWORITH,
To Jatnes M. Edcns, of the Dlefendants in
this action, whose place of residence is un
known: Take notice, that this action is comi
men~jced for accounting and relief in the Court
of Comrn on Pleas in add for the County of
Pickens, of the State of South Carolina, and
that a summons in this actiori, of which the
foregoing is a copy3, Was filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of said County, at
Pickens Court House, in the County of Pick,
eras, in said1 State, on the 8th day of Augus!,
1877; and that you are required to appear in
the cause by the 18th (day of October next, or
the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
Relief demanded in the Complamnt,
NORTON, KEITH & HIOLIANGSWORTH[,
aug IC, 1877 49 6
WAGON AN~D CARRfIAGE
rr H E undersignedt has connected with his
IWAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP, A
TIRtE BilRINKER--a great improvemieni
over (Jutting and Welding. Call and havt
your work done.
WV. T. MEARS,
Pickens C- HI.. July 26, 1876 46 hm
IN ORDER TO RUN OUT OUR
SPRING and SUMMER STOCK, to make
room for our extensive Fall and Winter sup
plies, we offer for the next 60 days, the fol
lowing unpreoldented bargain@:
Calicoes, (rst olas@) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoqo, Remnants, anything we can get for
Cottonades, 10, 16, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 76 cents up;
Saddles, from $2.25 up;
Blind Bridles, 75 to $1.26;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Ready Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
Our 50c1q. DBolrtmont
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, A ND AT
prices as low as any other House in Pickens
Will have in store in a few days one car
load of Salt, which we will sell at Greenville
prices-adding the extra local freight we
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOHN T. GOSSET & CO.
Easley, S. C.. July 26, 1877
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M c F A L L'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIGHT.
A splendid assortment, and prices t
stUit the times.
CRt0o(kERY, TIN AND
All kinds, size~s and prices, from a
ilaIf Pint Cup to a 20 gallon W ash
DRUGS & 3IEDICENES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
the leading articles~ always on hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.'
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit every one.
CANDY AND CRACKERS,
CANNED GOODS & PICK~LES,
And in fact a general assortment of
Come and see for your self.
Reupectf ul ly,
W. T. McFALL.
May 10, 1877 85
A rA=R XXVIKA*Gk
THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATE
BRADLEY'S PAT. PHOSPHATE,
PALMETTO ACID PHOSPHATE
WILCOX, GIBBS, & CO'S MANI,
For sale on liberal terms. (Freight
HUDGENS & BOLT.
Easley, S. 0., Feb. 8, 1877 22 3m
UREEAVILLE, S. C.
A . SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
M.BELLS IN THE ROOMS.
June 14, 1877 40
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres.
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob,
structions, of every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J- Bradfield's Female Regulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in Georgia and other States is beyond
precedent in the annals of phisic. Thousands
of certificates from women everywhere pour in
upon the proprietor. The attention of prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, and the most success
ful practioners use it. If women suffer here
after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. H1
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at $1,60 per bottle at any respectable
Drug Store in the Union.
EFFECTL TRULY WONDERFUL.
CARTERSVILLE, OR., April 26, 1869.-This
will certify that two members of my imme
diate family, after having suffered for many
years from menstrual irregularity, and hav;ng
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, were at length completely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J. B3radfield's FEMA LE
REGULATOR. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womenkind to
the merir.s of a medicine whose power in cur,~
ing irregular and suppressed menstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob
servation. Its effect on such cases is truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy be called
"Woman's Best. Friend."
JAS. w. 8TRnGmE.
Sept. 7, 1876 1 4
Horsean aleP des
tsisa sui re venIve oranl dinease
SE VR , G ERotYIIaniga, suchmaLIUMN
WATER HEAVE COUGHS DISa
TEMPN4FEvEu FOUN IER -
LO0SS ON APPETiNAND VITAE
ENERG, h0. It. -s tmme
the wind Inorea.es th
ve so tie giIylal~ tlSl
1NT~~ venve agalna nipes, o:
LUi Wactu eperment to Inra tRi
quantity of milk And eam twenty
* ~ per cent, and make the butter Bra,
and sweet. In httefing cattle it
ofa deae r Ble, euc as OcgU la
as a speci'di.. By putting from one
half a ppr to a paper in a barrel of
swill the b9Edibeases ti~ eradi.
eated ceo PtTeiwJ given,
in tme, a f vmfeen and
DAVIDE. WUTZe Proprietoi,
out the Unt.30tata (n4aands,Amreroaa
$1,200 lOmIf ON $100
Made any day in PUTS and CALLIS. Invest
according to .your means. $10, $50 or $100,
in 8Tocza PRIVILEGEs, has brougfht a small
fortune to the careftul investo,*. We advise
when and how to opdf-ate safely, Book with
full information sent free. Address orders by
mail and telegraph to B.AXTER & Co.,
Blankers and Brokers, 17 Wall a,t., N. Y.
May 17, 1877 86 l y
I T AKE this method of informing all partiles
interest ed, that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pickens Court Hlouse "on each
W E D N E 8 D A Y, and on each SAr.EDAY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that comes under my jurisdiction.
As mny duties as School Commissioner wiil
compell me to be absent in different parts of
the County, I appoint these special days for
the benefit of all conacerned, Otnce hiours,
from 9 a, m. to 4 p. ma.
ti. WV. SINGOLETON,
Feb 8, 187~ 22
TilS P(JPU L RHOTE L, 'which has been
clIosedi a short time, is now re-operted for the
ac commodation of the traveling public. T'he
rooms are well furnished, the table supplied
with the best in the market, and nao lpainfs
spared to render guests comfortable.
Transient Board, $2.00 per day, perma
nent Board, $18.00) per month. Patronage
of the public solicited.
MRS. SOPHrRONA NIX.
June 28, 1877 42 3m
WoA TED Re":" o*r --tu"
(hoods to Dealers. $85 a month, hotel and14
traveling expenses p aid. No peddling. Ad
dress MONITOR. LAAIP CO., ninni, n.
UsnnFi-W N K6riii"fx-I
Abboville 0 1j jM6bo#y, g.,
100 M 5 OL0 B
A TONsYS # 00 UN8A,OR8 A r'%
PI O fE''N C . 11. ~#
WJ1l Practice ,n j~~u!~o.
and Couit's of the Uniled 8ates, for Di;
trict of 8outb O liis v -
March 29 1877
Norton,Kelth& E t,
A T7ORNE YS 4 T
Will practice in- fyie- C?rcnib nd ft
Courts for Pickens County, and Mt tfij= 11
Stateb U6urts of this State frot that edudtr'
One of the Senior partners wiH b presenga
asist in the transaction of any importaht
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON
W. C. KEITH, ' alhalla
G. L. HOLLINGSWORTII,Pickens C. 14?
March 23, 1876 29
ATTORNEY AND OoUNSULLoR AT LA*jy
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ractices ir the Circuit onrt and Court d
Probate for Pickens ounty.
7May 16 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNE AT JAW,
P E13 ILLE C, 1,, s C,
Practices in Cotlrts of Iickeno
County, and -in United States Court&
WATCHES! JEWELRY II
I OMAINE GOLD, so extensively worn iff
Paris, was first discovered in'.870,%by
the celebrated French chemist Mons D. Be
Lainge, who manufactured it into jewebry,
and for five years sold it to the leading jew
elers of Paris forSolid Gold. IL 1875,.w4en
his secret became known, ten of the matnt
facturing jewelers established a stock com
pany, with a capital of $10,000,000 for the
pz;rpose of nmntifacturing Rotiine Gold
Jewelry and1i Watches. With this immense
capital, and the aid of improved machinery
they are enabled to produue all the latest. pat
terns ofjewelry at less th1an one-tenth ther
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality and color
which makes it impossible even for experts to
detect it front the genuine.
We have secured the exclusive agency of'
the United States and Cnnada, for the sale. o'
all goods iminti'actured froim, this metal, and
in order to introduce themn in the most speedy
manner, have puti up assorted sample lots as
given below, which we Will sell at one-tenth
the retail value utintil January lat, 1878.
Rlead the list.
One Gent's Watch Chain retail phrice, $1 00,
One pair Engraved Sleevo Bluttons, retail 75
One Stone set Scarf Pitn, retail price, 75
One set (ii) spiral shirt Hinds, retail istice 75
One improved shape collar hn.ton, retail, 50.
One heavy plain wedding ring, retail 1 25
l'orb50 cents we will send above six articles
$1 00 LOT.
1 pair sleeve buttons, stone setting.
1 set (8) spiral shirt studs,
I heavy hand engagement ring,
c e 2 ngraved bracelets,
1 Ld''long guard 'or neckc chain,
1 cugrated miniatun'e looket for the above,
1 Gent's heavy link watchl chain,
1 Lake George Diamond st ud.
$2 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' neck ch'iin and chiarmi
1 Ladies' heavy guard chain for watch,
1 set Pin and ear rings; amethyst,
1 extra fine miniature loe'ket,
1 cameo seal ring,
1 very heavy wedding or etigagement ring1
1 Gent's heavy wvatch chain with charm,
1 pair pearl inlaid sleeve buLttonis,
1 Lake George cluster pin,
1 pair (2) heavy band bracelets.
1 Ladies' opera guard chiaini,
1 ILadies' neck chtain aind cros,
1 beautiful locket, engrave d,
1 pair hand bracelets,
1 Gent's twist link vest chain and charm,
1 pair onyx sleeve buttons,
1 set.  onyx shit. studs,
1 new imiproved-collar button,
1 extra cut cameo seal ring,
1 arizona solitaire stud,
I set amethyst or top)az pin andl ear dtops,
I Ladies' Ioise1)5 bitton,~f
1 plain ring, stamped)0( 18 K.
1 Ladies' opera chain, with slide andl tassel1
[retail price $5 (00J
I Gent's heavy watchiehdin, with curb chiarnig
[retanil price 65 010]
1 Ladies' heavy long nieck chtai, -i
I elegant chased miniature locket, for above
1 set cameo mcd.ahion pin and car drops
I pair  heavy chased band bracelets
1 Gent's solitaire diamiond stadl(
1 Gent's cluster diamtond pin
1 pair arnelblyst or onyx sleeve buttons
1 set.  studs5 to miai ch the above
1 elegant heavy set cameo seal ring
I massive band or wedding ring
1 new ''patent." collar button
1 Ladies' chem ise bittton
1 amethyst or topaz ring, [e.xtra finisht.j
T1he retail price of thec articles in eachi
sample lot atmounts to exact.ly ten times the
price we ask for the lot; for example, our'
$1 00 lot retails for $10t. 01); our $6 00) lot for
A Solid Romaine Gold Hignting Case
To any one senading is an ordpr for the
above lot s by express t o the amount of $15 00,
we will send F" REis one solidalem,aine Gold
warranited to keep perfect time And 160 c
equially as well as a $100 gold w~g y
ttail pos paidl, Sl a 40. 1'his is our,best oer to
A 0entts, andtt is w~orthI a trial, as thie watch
al on will sell or trade readily forfrorn $20
tot $50. (Gents' or Ladies WVatch alone, $7 CO
or $X 00 withI a heavy (Ae nt's gol patt.ern vest
chiaini andl ebarm, or Ladies' opera chain with
slide na lassel,
l;mu.stusr.--lThis offor ontly holds good
lil i .1aanuary I st, 1878. After t h,t tim,e we
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale dial
ers, and anty Otte w ishing our goods will t.ten
have to pay full retail prices. Romaine Gold
is the best, and, in fact, the Ottly imitation of
geninte gold tmad'e, being the same in-weight,
color and fmtish,~ andl all our goods are muade
itn the latest gold pat ternts. Will guar'atee
satisfaction in every instaunce, Or refuniid the
Send moniey by P'. 0., Money Order, e
llgistered Letter, ati our risk.. Noi goods
sent (C. 0. I). unh-ss $-~ 00 accompaies thie
otder. Adliress plainly. W. 1"- MVANd3'
*( , Sole A genuts for UJo td .ates an
C i a l.*' t1and 9J7 Souu th b-k-ireet, Uhd
outgo, Il1- .