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MethUodt churh, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pato
I.A Sabbath is each month at 4 o'clock p. .
24 Sabbath in each month at 10J o'clock a. 4
Secona Baptist Church, Rev. HIott, Pastoi.
1st Sabbath and Saturday before in ea&
mouth at 11 O'clock a. m. on Sabbath, and it
8 o'clock p. m. on Saturday.
Rev.: Hugh McLees, Presbyterian, (Secon')
2d 81bboth in each month, at 11 o'clocka. a.
Pay Your subscription.
Do not neglect to sow plentifully of
"Cousin" John Thrasher thinks lie
has discovered a copper mine on Mrs.
We learn the chestnut crop in the
mountaintris very abundant this year.
The old widowers seemed to be tse
most Interested in the young ladies At
The fellow who lost his "gal" at the
campmeeting, last Sunday night, is in.
formed that she was provided wi.h a
Those Easley boys had a hard time
getting up the hill at Twelve Mil.
River, coming from the campmeeting,
but it wasn't for the lack of steam.
A party in this place have sent off
for a sorghum mill and an evaporator.
They will make 'lasses for the people.
The winds have tangled the corn
so badly that it is difficult to pull the
fodder off late corn.
.ee the new advertisement cf
11agood, Alexander& Co. They have
just laid in a new stock, and propose
to sell at low prices. Consult their
The c.ontract for building the bridge
over Keowee River, at old Pickens'
was.awurded to Silas Cannon, Roe
Cannon and Daniel Hughes, at $830.
The bridge over Volf Creek, near
Jeremiah Looper's, needs looking af,
ter, for it is dangerous in its present
Pay youri sulbscriptionf.
The eu i noct ialt g" h-s ha.ve been up-)
on ns, list we'ek the' rainsi came down
he avily f'rom the East, withI consiaer%
cool enaough~ to nm~k e ti res comfortable.
'We will give our reaiders a full re
por~t of' the Railroaid hiond meeting
helid herec yesaterdnzy, in our next is,ue.
Dosa fat her love his children?
Not much whent he knows that worms
are destroying them, and he fails to
make the small expenditure of twenty
five cents for oneI bottle of Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge, which would rea
lieve the whole family.
.Theire is more sorghum being made
i, this Couty this year than any other
year since the war. This is as it
should be, make more at home and
* you will be more independent.
The man who has his corn crib and
meat house in the WVest will never
get rieb. Let cotton alone and raise
your meat and bread at home. A
good way to begin this is by sowing
plentifully of fall oats and wheat.
The ridge between the east fork of
Twelve Mile River and Town Creek,
and crossing T welve Mile River to
Woodall Moutain, is said to be almost
a. solid heCd of asbestus, and at narrow
gauge railroad Lo some point on the
,Air Line is now talked of. It will be
a necessity as soon as the beds are
a ~ fully woi ked, which will be in a short
time, for it will ba impossible to get
the asbestus off without a railroad
right up to the beds.
A Nzw INVENTION.-Mr. John L.
Thornley, of this place, has recently
invented a new festeninig for the cot
ton tie, which we think, from the
model shown us, is superior to any.
thing yet invented. He calls it the
"self acting wedge tie," and it is very
simple and easily understood when
seen, but we will not attempt to de-.
scribe it here, for fear we fail. Mr.
f Thor nley ha.anpplied for a patent, and
we trust he may find a bonanza in it.
This is two new inventions for Pick
ens roontly, Mr. WV. HI. Hughes hav
lng inven ted a "car coupler," for which
a patent has also been applied for.
T~wrELV MrLE CAMPMEETINO -We
attended the Twelve Mile campmeet-.
ig on Sunday last, and heard a very
dipe f'mon in the forenoon, by Rev.
-Samtiel Jones. In the afternoon the
pulpit was occupied by Rev. 0. A.
JYarby, the Presiding Elder. Mr.
Darby is a favorite preacher in this
. eetionl, and never fails to have a good
audience and close attention. The
congregation was not so large as in
tormer years, though there were more
than could be accommodated under
and aromid tha arber..
DZAR OLD UO1ESTED-l8 the titif
of a very fine new song, by Mitis Anna
V. Hilts. This song has taken a
strong hold on the popular fancy. No
doubt there are thcusands who never
forget the "Dear oN homestead,"
where so many happy hours were
spent in joytulness and glee, during
their childhood days. Price 40 cents,
with lithograph of a country home
stead. Address, F. W. Helmick, pub.
lisher, No. 50 West F1ourth St. Cincin
To be a man, in a true sense, is, in
Thq first place, and above all things,
to have a wife. Mo. and T. can take
We do not know what caused the
young man coming from the camp,
mseeting to become so poetic, but here
is what we heard him saying:
"When we dwell on the lips of the girl we
What pleasure in nature is missing?
May his soul be in Heaven (he deserves it, I
Who was first the inventor of kissing."
Col. J. E. H-good has shown us
samples of nabostus taken from the
bed on Mrs. Laura Baker's place. One
solid lump, we suppose, would weigh
over one hundred pounds. Mfore and
more of it is boing discovered evory
day, and there seems to be no end to
The Camden Journal and Gazette
was a little dingy last week.
I1ythBveo lemle hming,.
Established in 1860.
T HE FALL TERM begins September 12th,
and continues 20 weeks.
The Spring Ternm begins January 80, and
closes about 17th of June.
TERMS PER HALF SESSION OF FIVE MONTH19.
Board and Tuition, $ 90 00
Board, Tuition and Music, 116 00
Board, Tuition, Music and German
(or French) 12o 00
Board, Music. German and Drawing 135 00
Location unsurpassed for healthfulness.
A resident. Physician is employed by the
school, whose services are free to pupils.
A Oerman Professor presides over the
Music and Germani aepartments.
Payments made in four installments
Rev. A. WV. LAMAR will ineet pupils at any
point tand take charge of them. For further
particulars and catalogue, addrass.
Rev. A. WV LAMAR,
Or Prof. W. S. DU tH A M,
C. C. and A . RI. R., Blythewood P. 0., S. C.
Ssept 20, 1877 2 3*
STATE E ANAGEMENT
And in daily operation over 37 years.
TUESDA Y, OCTOBER 16, and 27, 1877
$67,923 Ian Prizes!I
1 Prize of $16,000
1 .Prize of 8,000
1 Prize of 6,000
1 Prize of 2 500
1 Prize of 2,500
1889 Other Prizes amounting to 44,925
WVhole Tickets, $1.00; 50 Whole Tickets for
$46; 100) Tickets, $90
Chartered for educational Institutions.
Under Charter no postponement can ever
occur. All prizes paid in full. Official list
ot drawn numbers published in N. Y. Herald,
N. Y. Sun, and Louisville Courier Journal
Circulars containing full partic'ilars free.
Address SIMMONS & D[CK1NSON.
Aianeger's Office, 72 8d St., Louisville, Ky.
g@$8milar Allotments on the 15th and
last days of every month (luring the year.
sept 13, 187714
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. Managers. Angusta. Ga.
UAIN . M4
Will exchange Goods for any kind of
EANLEY STATION, . C.
June 28, 1877 42
HE undersigned is located at CLntral, and
T is'prepared at. all times to dispatch work
with neatness. 8pecial attention to SETING
or RESETING ARTIFICIAL 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
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
BY virtue of a decretal order to me direct
ed by Thomrpson H. Cooke, Judge of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit, I will sell on the
First Monday in October next, at Pickens
Court House, between the legal hours of sale,
the following property, to wit:
All that Piece, Parcel and Tract of Land,
situated in Pickens County, South Carolina,
on waters of George's Creek, and adjoining
lands of Ashmore, R. E. Bowen, Stradley,
Thackston, Dalton, and other lands oi the
Defendant: containing Two hundred and
Fifty Acres, more or less, and composed of'
separate tracts of land purchased by Defend,
aut. from S. 11. Bowen and John Thackston
and Tilman Miller, to the Deeds from which
parties to the Defendant, reference is directed
for a more particular dliscription of the same,
it being the tract of land on wich the De
fed(ant. now resides Sold at the suit of WV.
Ii. Perry, against L. T. Adingt on, to f oreclose
TERMS OF SALE-One half 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
mortgage of thne pi emuises, and to bear interest
at the rate of fifteen per cent. per annum
Purchasers to pay extra for deed and
JOAD MAULDIN, E.P.c.
sept 6, 1877 62 4
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
BY virtue of an execution to me dire'cted,
BI will sell to the highest bidder before
the Court House dloor, during the legal hours
of sale, on Saleday in October next,
One Piece or Parcel cf Land, lying on Sa
lunda River, in P'ickens County, supposed to
contain Two Hundred Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Robert Trotter, Will iamn
Mayfield and others; levied on as the prop..
erty of (. A. Carson, at the suit of James
TERMS CASH. Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB M AULDIN, s.r' c.
sept 6, 1877 52 4
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
~Whoo,ping o u gh,
The reputation it has attained, in consequnence o1
the marvellous cures it has produced during the
last half century, is a sufficient assurance to the
public that it will continue to realize thne happiesl
results that can be desired. In almost every
section of country there are persons, publicly
known ,who have been restored from alarming and
even desperate discases of the lungs, by its use.
All who have tried it,acknowledge its superiority;
and where its virtues are known, no one hesitates
ato what medicine to emp)loy to relieve tihe dlis,
tress antd suffering p)eculiar to pulmonary affec
tions. CHERY P'ECTOInAL always affords in,
stant relief, and performs rap)id cures of the
milder varieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of thle lungs.
As a safeguard to childraen, amidl the distress.
Ing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of
Childhlood, it is invaluable , for, by its timely use,
mlultitud(es arc rescued and restored to health.
Tis medicine gains friends at evecry trial, as
the cures it is constantly producing are tot) re
markable to be0 forgotten. No family should be0
without it, and those who havo once used it
Eminent Physicians throughout the country
prescribe it, andI Clergymen often recommend it
from their knowledge of its effects,
Dr. J1. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
Practical and Analytical Obemist.
SQWLD B ALL DEUGGISTS EVRWEE
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 unprecidented bargains:
Calicoes, (first class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoes, ]Remnants, anything we can get for
Cottonades, 10, 15, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 76 cents up;
Saddles;. from $2.26 up;
Blind Bridles, 75 to $1.25;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Ready Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
Oar k0ocy Doa n
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND AT
prices as low as any other House in Pickens
Will I'ive in store in a few days one car
load of Salt, which we will sell at Greenville
prices-adding the sxtra loal freight we
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOUN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C., July 20, 1877
For &h SpigK &e hr
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M cF A LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIIGI[IT.
A splendid assortmecnt, and prices t
suit tho times,
CROOKERY, TIN ANDI
H ABR-WA RE,
All kinds, sizes and prices, from a
-Half Pint Cup to a 20 gallon Wash
DRUGS & lYEDICINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
the leading artiubos always on band.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit every one.
CANDY AND CRACKERS,
CANNED GOODS & PICKLES,
And in fact a geneo al assortment of
Come and see for your self.
W. T. MIcFALL.
The Mate or South Carollua
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
[N THE COUR T OF COMMON PLEAS
James 8. Hall and Henry D. Rowland, part.
nors, doing business under the firm name
of Hall and Rowland, Plaintiffs, against
Cicero E. Long, Defendant.
Summons for Money Demand. (Com
plaint not Served).
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 Common Pleas for the said County,
and to serve a copy of your answer on the
subscribers at their office, in the city of
-Greenville, S. 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 plaintiff will take
judgment agaivst you for the sum of One
Hundred and Sixty-two 50-100 dollar-, with
interest as set forth in the complaint in this
action, and costs.
Dated 21st August, 1877.
WHITNER & SYMMES,
J. J. LEWIS. c.c.r.
aug 80, 1877 61 6
G(REEA ILL , S. C.
A. X. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
*%,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 legulator,
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. H
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at $1,50 per bottle at any respectable
lirug Store in the Union.
EFFECTL. TRULY WONDERFUL.
CAnITEisVI[LLE, OR., April 20, 1809-.This
will certify that two members of my imme
diate faimily, after having suffered for many
years from mnensitrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benefit, by various med
ical doctors, wvere at length completely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J. Bradfield's FEMA LE
llEGULATORL. I therefore deem it my duty
to furnish this certificate, with, the hope of
drawing attention of suffering womenkind to
the mieriis of a medicine whose power in cur,
ing irregular and suppressed menstruation,
has been proven under my own personal ob.
servat ion. its effect on such cases is trul,
wonderful, anid well may the remedy be callec
"WVoman's Best Friend."
Yours respect fully,
JAs. W. 8TRANoE.
Sept. 7, 1876 1 4
y, CEEnR A TED.
Horse anUd Cattle Powders
jhsPef ..m,i a bv.sbl
broken down and u IZtd~
bstrengthening and tlnLm he
- - stomach and intestines.
It s a som enuae of AD diseane
SE VE R. G1LANDI.R YELLOuh a LUN
WAT ER, HEAVES 01JGH8. DIS.
TEMPER,FEVERE FOUND ER
LOSS OF APPETIiE AND VITAI~
ENERGY, &c. Its use Improves
the wind, increases the appetite..r w
transforms the miserable skeleton
IntoafAne-looing and spirited hose
- To kees oa Cowsetis a e ua
ventive against Rinderpest, Holo
Horn, etc. *lt has been proven by
actuali experiment to increas, the
tiuantlty of milk and eream twenty
.. Per cent. and make the butter Arm
give, them an appetite, loosn thi aie nd Stu
them trie much faster. , '.
as a specifdo. By putting from one
half a paper to a paper In a barrel of
swill the above disease. will be eradi
cated or entirely reented. If gi,ern
In time, a n prenventlve and
cure for the Bog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ.,Propri.ter;,
Made any day in PUTS and CAr,Ls. Invest
according to vour means. $10, $50 or $100,
in STOCK PiR1VILJRoEs, has brought a small
fortune to the careful investor. We advise
when and how to operate safely. Book with
full information sent free. Address orders by
maif anid telegraph to 15.AXTER & CO.,
Baunkers and Brokers, 17 Wall z,t., N. Y.
SMay 17, 1877 80 y
I T A KE this method of informing all parties
3interestedl, that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pickens Court Hlouse| on each
W ED N E S D A Y, and on each SALED)AY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that conmes undler my jurisdiction.
As my dhutiles as School Commissioner will
compell me to be absent in different parts of
the County, I appoint thaese special days for
the benefit cf all concerned. Office hours,
from 9 a. mn. to 4 p. mn.
0. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187~ 22
TilS POPULAR HOTEL, which has been
closedl a short time, is now re-opened for the
accommodation of the traveling public. The
rooms are well furnished, the table supplied
with the best in the market, and no pains
spared to rendelr guests comfortable.
Tranbient Board, $2.00 per day; perma,.
nent floardl, $18.00 per month. Patronage
of the public solicited.
MRS. SOPHRONA NIX.
June 28, 1877 42 3m
J8 CoT'fmAN, W E HOLCON81, R A 0IgLY
Abb.evil1rC H F Liberty, 8 C 1 Pi4d'a*QH
COTWRA1,- MOLCO]M & C0D,
A.VTORNAYS OUNSELOR, Alf LA 3rf
PICKENS' 0. U. S. Gr
Will Practice in 0ll the Cotttes of the State
and Courts of the Unitedi-States., for the Dis-t
trict of South Carolina.
blarch 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith & foKllingsworth
ATTORNEYS A7' LAW,
Will practice in the Circuit and rrbbae
Courts for Pickens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county
One of the Senior partners will be present to
assist in the transaction of any important
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON,
W. C. KEITH, W
C. L. T(OLL1NQ,4WORTII,Pickens C. If.
March 23, 1876 29
W HITNER SYMMIES.s
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
Pract ices in the Circnit ourt an'd Coort'
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42
ISAAC X. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW4
G1NILLE C., il so
Practices in ouri of Pickenn
County, and iin United States Courts
WATCHES! JEWELRY I!
ROMAINE GOLD, so extensively worn in
Paris, was first discovered in 1870, by
the celebrated French chemist Alons D. Be
Lainge, who manufactured it into jewelry,
and tor five years sold it to the leading jew
elers of Paris for Solid Gold. In 1875, when
his secret became known, ten of the manu
facturing.iewelers established a stock com
pany, with a capital of $10,000,000 for the
purpose of manufacturing. Romaine Gold
Jewelry and Watches. With this immenso
capital, and the aid of Improved machinery
they are enabled to produce all the latest pat
terns of jewelry at less than one-tenth the
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality aud color
which makes it impossible even for experte to
detect it from the genuine.
We have secured the' exclusive agency of
the United States and Canada, for the sale of
all goods manufactured from this metal, and
in orderto introduce thid in the most -.eedy
manner, have put up assorted4 samnple lo)ts agS
given below, which we will sell at one-tenth
the retail value until Jang at 178
Rtead the list. y 1,18.
One Gent's Watch Chain rjis $1 00'
One pair Engraved Sleeve Buttons,'retail 75
One Stone set Scarf Pin, retail prtoe,
One set (3) spiral shirt studs, retaLlak le
One improved shape collar bu.an, reo~ ~~
One heavy plain wedding ring, retll' 1 26
Total $ (
For 50 cents we will send above six articles
$1 00 LOT.
1 pair sleeve buttons, stone setting.
1 set (3) spiral shiirt studs,
I heavy hand engagement rinrg,
I set (2) engraved bracelets,
1 Ladies' long guard or neck chain,
I engraved miniature locket for the above,
1 Gent's heavy link watch chain,
I Lake George Diamond st ud.
$2 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' neck clh in apd charm,
1 Ladies' heavy guard chain for watch,
1 set Pin arid ear rings; amieth.yst,
I extra fine miniature locket,
1 cameo seal ring,
1 very,heavy wedding or engagement ringr
I Gent's heavy watch chain with charm,
1 pair pearl inlaid sleeve buttens,
I Lake George cluster pin,
1 pair (2) heavy band bracelets.
Lades opra$3 00 LOT,
1 Lde'peaguard chain,
1 Ladies' neck chain and cross,
1 beautifull looket, engr-aved,
1 pair band bracelets,
1 Gent's twist link vest chiain anid chiarnr,
1 pair onyi sleeve buttons,
I set  onyx shirt studs,
1 new improved collar but ton,
1 extra cut cameo seal rig,
1 arizona solitaire stud(,
1 scet amethyst or topaz pin and ear drops,
1 Ladies' chemise but ton,
1 plain ring, stamped 18 K.
$5 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' opera chain, with slide and tasselr
[retail price $5i (4)J
I Gent's hieavy watch,chaain, with curb charm,'
[retail price $5 00]
I Ladies' heavy long neck chain,
I elegant chased miniature locket for above
1 set cameo mnedahion pin and ear drops
1 pair [2) heavy chased band bracelets
1 Gent's solitaire diamond stud
1 Gent's cluster diamond pimn
I pair amethyst or onyx sleeve buttons
1 set  studs to match the above
1 elegant heavy set cameo seal ring
I massive band or wedding ring
I new "patent" collar button.
1 Ladies' chemnise button
I amethyst or topaz ring, [extra fini.1
The retail price of the articles in eachr
sample lot amounts to exactly ten times the
price we ask for the lot; for example, our
$1 00 lot retails for $10 00; our $5 00 lot for
A Solid Romaine Gold Hunting Case
To any one setnding i's an order for the
above lots by express to the amount of $15 00,
we will send FllmK one solid Romiaine Gold
flunting-case WVatch, Gents' or Ladles' size1
warrantedl to keep perfect time and look
equally as well as a $100 gold watch. By
mail pospaid, $15 50. This is our best offer to
Absents, and is worth a trial, as the watch
at one will sell or trade readily for from $20
to $60. Gents' or Ladies Watch alone, $7 09
or $8 00 with a heavy Gent's gold patten vest
chain and charm, or Ladies' opera chain with
slide nr.dl taissel.
EEMv,nER-This offer only holds good
until .January 1st, 1878. After that time we
shall sell only to ,Jobbers and Wholesale deal
ers, and any one wishing our goods will then
have to pay full retail prices. Romain-e Gold
is the best, and, in fact, the only imitation of'
genuine gold made, being the saime in weight,
color and finish, and all our goods are made
in the latest. gold patterns. WVill guarantee
satisfaction in every instance, or refund the
Send money by P. 0., Money Order, or'
Registered Letter, at our risk. No goods
sent C. 0. D). unless $5 00 accompanies the
order. Address plainly, W, F. EVAN &'
E'O., Sole Agents for United Staetes audc
Canada, 05 and 97 South Clark..treet, Ch4.
aug 30, 1877 51 6m