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Methodist.--Rev . P. H. Elell. semoad
Sabbath in each month at 101 o'clock A. 3.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d sabbath at11 I I .
Rev. J. W. Daniel, 4th Sabbath at 8 F. E.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MeLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
e'lock a. m
Baptist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B
Singleton, Pastor-&rvces every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
Musio and muffins will care (?) the
dyspepsia. Try them.
A Christmas turkey in the hand is
worth two in the bush,
There is a young man in towu with
. out any mustache, trying to hire a
cook for next year.
All dyspeptics should remain close
in their rooms during Christmas; for
the fun must not be spoiled.
No PAPER NrXT WrEal.-Christmas
comes to the printing office once a
year. So we will fasre no paper next
Last Sabbath the Sunday school
and pWubli worship were frozen out
completely, but the Y. M. C. A. sur
The more bappy faces there are
around the Christmas turkey the less
need you have of sauce.
All ill-tempered people whether
from disease or nature are requested
to act during Christmas, as other
bears do during the winter.
The beautirul snow, the joyous boys
and the scaved rabbits began their
operations a few days before Christ,
mas tbis Oitme.
Do not let the bad weather cutail
your wheat crops. There will be fine
weather at Ler Christmas.
Bright anticipations of Christmas
fun have already encroached upon: the
liberties of the turkey gobletr.
The worst parts of the road between
Pickens and Easley have been put in
VANrD!-A United Siales law
against mnking a gully or ditch ncross
a public highway and not bridging the
Three or four emegrants from this
County took thbe i rain last, Tuesday, at
S&neca City, for Texa:s.
Iloys, be careinl with yonr now
('lothes, your11 shot gmnns and'your be
havior Christmasut, weekl.
Young men, do not ain nynnr' little
fngtsove~r your thunmbs too
..f'i-thatd is, do not, smfl1o meanlf
Tt'e n'e five tIlorterd six hun
di-ed and .hirty-one W-ekly paper's
lauhiisM-ed in the United States, and
ca will have sometng to say
about Xmas this weele.
A conutryman appear'ed at one of
enr* r: ilway siantions the ot her day
baing a eat tie'd :'p in a flower' snelc-.
when a town frog innIoco't 3' cr'oaked:
"Mister, are you tlrave'ling fhr a cat
Imron~~vements ni'e making fine pro
gress on both sides or Main street.
The Air Line Raiilroad or one sidJe,
and the Atlantic and French BlroadI
Valley Railroad on the other.
Ye young men, now for at Christ,
mas trick! Subscribe for THE SEN
*rINEL. Send it to her whose smile is
eunshine, and whose frown is a cy
clone, to your happiness, and once a
week she will thin k ofy you tenderly.
During Chrisimas some boys, and
perhaps some young men of the mas
culine gender, will go a bird hunting,
without gun or dog, but this does not
imply that said boys and men will not
get ShOT Cr BIT.
Your wife and your children want
to read THE SENTINEL. Don't have it
discontinued and thereby let them be
barred the pleasure of reading it every
week; but pay up y'ourt subscription to
it at once and'bo happy.
The boss clerk at the store or H-a'.
good, Alexander & Co,, informs the
t) mblic by his circular that, he is agent
~or the following articles: 'Baby
~carriages, cradles and pater t-rubber.
mouth-suoki ng -baby-bott los." As this
s5 a new enterprise this notice is
gratuitous. WVe wish Mr. B. success.
We call attention to the advertise
menit of F. W. POE & Co., of Green
ville..8.* C., which appears elsewhere
1n this issue. Be sure to call on these
gentlemon when in Greenville. They
will fit you up as none others can.
A young lawyer of our town ap
ipeared on the streets last Sunday
vnorning dressed in a handsome new
a ut of clothes and a new hat, which
fio changed his appearance that even
h s most intimofe friends did not recog,
n izo him, and various- were the conjec
tuares as to who he was.
Those who have not been fortunate
enough to procure a turkey for Christ.
r rnas can substitute a duck or a goose.
"A rose by any other' name would
eacell as sweet." It is a poor rule that
won't work both ways.
*Afea evenings ago, between sunset
str'enk of ligh underthed abrigbt and
btie was jebening star, Venus. Guess
Chte as uilaun odler the prospect of
aounds ,n and o to jumping
haoud lie "thlt a pail of' milk off her
hem,.. lie, "te.Piott9 9f a girl in the
There will be an improvement in
the State House., before the next sits
ting of the General Assembly. Gas
pipes from the principal hotels will
connect with a gas resorvoir near the
top of the buhling. The board of
each member will he regulated by the
quantity ofgas he contributes to said
The following 'officers were elected
by Keowee Lodge No. 79, A. F. M.
to serve the next year:
W. T. McFAI, W. M.
W. T. O'DCLL, S. W.
Tnos. PARKINS, J. IV.
J. J. LEWIs, Secretary.
W. T. FIELD, Treasurer.
J. 0. TucMPsoN, Tyler.
The installation will take place on
Monday 27th instant, at 11 o'clock,
EXAMINATION NOTIc.-The Coun
ty Board of Examiners will meet in
the office of the County School Com
missioner at Pickens Court House, on
Friday 'and Saturday, January the
7th and 8th, 1881, for the purpose of
Examining Teachers. Applicants for
Second and Third Grades will have
a hearing on Friday, and candidates
for the First Grade on the second
Let the snhools open as early as
possible in January.
By order of the Board.
GEO. W. SINGLETON,
3 School Commissioner.
Among the number of our exchans
ge we are glad to welcome the first
ruinber of tho Universif iJournal. It
is published by tiio Adelphian and
Philosophian Societies of Furman
University, and edited by Messrs. M.
B. Woodward, A. C. Welborn, and C.
A. Senn. It is well gotten up. and
deserves a liberal patronage. Price,
only fifty cents per annum.
Dark ring.s around the eyes indicate
the existencO of worms. FP:sten to
use shriner's Indian Vermiluge to ex,
pel those miserable pests. It is a safe
and reliable agent. Always use it
according to the directions, and it
will do its work well.
Nice lot of Christmas Goods at
Hagood, Alexander & Co's.
If you want a Suit of Clothes for
Chistmas, go to Hagood, Alexinder
"I purchased of Mess. R. E. Not'ra
& Bro.. of Walhalla, a box of your
Kaiuquitat Indian Pellets, and after
giving my little girl the first dose, she
passed 5 lnrge wormR, and duuing the
two days I gave the Pellets, she pnR
sed 23. She is four years cld." M. 11
Broom, Oconee Counity S. C. For
saile by J. W. Q uillian, Easley, S. C'.
BETTE R rfI ,ES.-The Democraf, Ncew
Orleans, La., Qays: "Su ffering among
such no have been troubled with dis
ease of kidneys and liver, has been
peorceptibly bettor since thbe introdhic
lion among us of' Warner's Snfo Kid..
ney n nd L iver Ccure." nov 18 -3m
The Voltaic Belt Company,. Mair,
aball, Michigan will send their cele,
brtedc~ ElectLro-Voltatic Belt~s to the
afflicted upon 80 dai's trial. Speedy
eures guaranteed. They' menn~ what
they say. Write to them withbout
For Piano Buiyers.
-- 0---- -
LARGE REDUCTION hri prices of the fa.
vorite "SOUJTHIERN GEM," the most popular
Pianos in America. Over 60,000 now in use.
Sold by u~s for 10 years past wiih splendid
satisfaction. 7 Oct., large size, Rlosewood
Case, beautiful tone, only $179- 7b Oct.,
largest size, great volume of tone, only $200.
7} Oct., Square Grand, 8 strings, Mdagnificent
Case (finest made), only $250. Stool and
Cover with each. AL these prices the best
and cheapest Pianos ever sold by any dealer
North or South; 15 days test trial; 6 years
guarantee- Easy installments, with small
increase on cash rates. Buy a Southern Gem,
and you are absolutely certain of getting a
bargain and a reliable Piano. Address, for
Fall 1880 Price List and Catalogues, LUD
DEN & BATES' Southieri, Music house, Sa'.
vannah, Ga. 18-2 dec 16, 1880
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at H. C. SnlaanEy's,
Centr'al, S. C.
There is no civilized nation in the Wesiern
Hemisphere in which the utiliiy of Iloutet
ter's Stomach Bitters as a tonic. corrective,
and anti-bilious medicine, i4 not known and
appreciated. While It Is a medicine~ for all
seasons and all climates, It is especially suit
ed to the complaints generated by the weath,.
er, being the purest and best vegetable sti
mulant In the world.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers, to whom
apply for Hlostetter's Almanac for 1881.
TESTIMONY Or Rav. D. E.UTLa, D.D., Pass
BOARD or TRustnus Muazow UNivasRiTy.
Mew.. RuaeAinson # Bro.-Gentlemen: We
have used your "Neuralgine" with great sa
tisfaction. Sometimes it has give immedi
ate relief, at other by a soothing effect, has
brought on sleep, and then followed recov.
ery from the severeties of nervous headache.
We recommend it to our friends.
Respectfully, D. E. BuTLER.
October 2, 1879.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIAx, Easley.
THOUSANDS USE IT, WHY HESITATE?
JOY TO THN WORLD! WOMAN is FRE!-.
Among the many discoveries looking to the
happiness and amelioration of the human
race, nono is entitled to higher consideration
than Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regular,
"Woman's Best Friend." By it woman is
emancipated from numberless ills peculiar to
her sex. Before its magio power all irregu
larities of (he womb vanish, It cures 'whites,'
suppression of the 'menses,' and removes
uterine obstructions. It cures constipation
and strengthens the sysiem, braces the nerves
and purifies the blood. It never fails, as
thousands of women will thetify.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlanta, Ga.,
price $1.50 per bottle. Sold by Dr. J. W.
THOMASVILLE, Ga., June 28, 1877.
I have been selling Bradfield's Female Re
gulator for years, and it, still continues pop
ular-an evidence of its being all claimed for
it. I can.recall instances in which it afforded
relief after all'the usual remedies had failed.
S. J. CASSELS, Druggist..
JULIUS E. BOGGS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
PICKENS 0. H,, S. C.
Office in the Court House. Prompt
attention given to all business en
trusted to him.
dec 9, 1880 12
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OP COUPONS.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
PIcKENs C. I., 8 C., Dec. 6, 1880.
A LL persons holding COUPONS against
the County of Pickens, are requested to
file a schednle of all the Coupons due up to
lst January 1880 and 1881, showing the No.
of the Coupon, the amount. and when due.
All persons so filing schedule may present
Coupons for payment on the 1st day of Jan
.JOHlN T. GOSSETT, Chairman.
dc9, 1880 12 8
TIE OW L FACED FOR WhlOM
I offered a row ard amd who was tound
shoveling mnd for the (Garfld boom
has bteen r~coveredl, andl he has re
vealed to nme the fact that while shov
eling mud he di,.covered a rich vein
of Lime aund one of'Salt. 1 have had
Onse (ar Load Limne, amad
Onse Car Load Salt,
D~ug and shipped, and I just want en
otngiho now from my13 frie'nds to pay, the
expettlnss at $Si per' bbl. four the Lime,
and $1.10 per sack f'or' fine ground
4mnm iverp)ool Sailt.
.I aim tisl week t'eceiving my second
instn:'lmnut of Woolin Goode-you
wvillI fid ''Inloly replenuishued, and prices
still lowvier than bef'ore. Another large
lot of Prinita sit 5 CCents per yard(.
I aim determined to bring trade to
myv Mtore', a nd kno w of no way to nos
complisha this, except to mnake my
Six Sneks Coffee.s and 75 bbla. Flour
jnst airri ved. antd t bey must be sold.
Tfry me on y rwuay to (reenville,
and if yon r buying intelligently
anid knowv prices in Greecnville, you
will not go.
JReadkteads it $2.00-always ong
After this weeck, ptarties owmng me,
who have made no satisfactory ar
raingement., may expect an officor. I
can not, afford to come to soe you.
pay up and save trouble.
E. RI. HORTON.
L iberty, 8. C.
sept 23, 1880 0 2m
a Ibtheman. o
DAVI L DRT SONS,Ptnan&.Pa.
NEW YORK OBSERVER
The La.ugest and Best Family Paper
in the WVorld.
Send for Sansple Copy.-Free
NEW YORK OBSERVER.
37 Park Row, New York.
I guarantee saUINUR's
INDIAN VERUIWUQ3 to
destroy and expel Worna
froma the human body2
where they exist, if ue
aeeording to the diree
tions. It is a sa1e and ro.
FOR SALE BY Att DRUSOISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS,
David E, Foutz, Prop.
HOVEY & TOWNES.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLET3
STAPLE AND FANCY
Would call attention.to our Lhie of
CLOAKS, ard DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &c., &c.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
how Tork Clothi1g LBun,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Etc.
GREENVILLE . - - . 8* C.
MR. J. RILEY FERGUSON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to soo and accommodate all of his
Pick ens friends,
nov.4, 1880, 7 tf.
Revival in New Goods.
BL ACK SiLKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADE and MAMASSE SILKS and
SA TINS 90c. to $1.75.
BL ACK and FANCY SA TINS 75c. to $1.25.
llenriet ta Clot h, Berahea Clot h, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere do I'Inde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we make a specialty, and
solicit a comnparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods and Novelties
Is by far the largest and most varied and
contains more real GEMS than any other
stock e' er shiown by us, including the new
St. Marie Plaids
And the new and poonlar colors "Gen
D'Armne" andl "Dregs of Wine," ithd an ele
gaint line of TR IlMINGS to match.
Embroidered Flannel, one yaard wide.
A good quality fll regular 1108E at 20c.,
considered cheap at 30.
Ma'elesase Flannel, something new and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolnmans.
To this department we call special attention
Fancy 'as'eas, T able Matta, &c.
We shall bn very haappy to have our friends
JI. H, YJOROAN & BRO.,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
oct 21, 1880 43 j
CALLS ATTENTION TO TilE
public that we have the larges
EVER BROUGHT TO TIlS MAWR
kot, and wo will sell thorn at 25 por
cent less than any nierchant South or
North of Groenville. We do all our
own manufacturing and savo you the
jobbers profit. Pleaso give us a call
when you vibit our' city and be con,
We also cal! attention that MR.
W ARREN FOlRD is in our employ
mont, and would be pleased l'or his
frienads to call on him.
Creenville, N. C.
L. RO)TIISCIIILD, Manager.,
aug 12. 1880 47 5
A Household Need.
Send 8-cent stamp for 80-page Book on
"The Liver, its Diseases and
INCLUDING MALARIAL TROUBLES, &C.
Address DR. SANFORD,
162 Broadway, New York.
I 145?8 I I
Suffering from any form of Chronio Disease
send for our List of Q-stions to answer, and
receive by return mail orr cnndid diagnosis
prognoises and cost of treatment.
DiRS. GREEN and GATCiiELL,
Charlotte. N. C.
A YEAR AND EXPENSES
to agents. Out&fit Free. Ad,
dress P. 0. VICKERY,
ool 21, 1880 6 4
A DVERTIFERS send for our Select List of
Local New;ipapers. Cev. P. fRowell &
Co., 10 Spruce street, New York.
dec 23, 1880 14 4
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice In hereby given that I will ap
ply to Olin L. Durant, Probate Judge for
Pickens County, for leave to make a final
settlement on the 15th January 1S81, of the
Estate of MATTHEW, KEITH, deceased, and
ask to be discharged therefrom as Guardian.
8. D. KEITH, Guardian.
deo 9, 1880 12 5
Patents for Inventions.
E. W. ANDERSON. J. C. SMITH.
ANDRSON & SMITH,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Seventh-St.
Opposite the United States Patent
Office, Washington, D. C.
No feo for prelimiary examination.
No fee unless patent ia allowed.
Fees less than those of any other
Practice in the U. S. Patent Office,
U. S. Supreme Court, and District
Correspondence solicited and no
charge madefor advice
Books of information sent free of
Reference furnished upon request.
oct 14, 4 8m
A BIAT CAUSE Or HUMAN MISIAT
Is the Loss of
A LETUt on the Nature, T'reauten,
and Radical cure of 8eminal Weakness,
or Spermatorrhoea, induced by Self Abuse,
Involuntary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gen.
erally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
Miental and Physical Incapacity, &c.--By
ROBERT J. CULVERWELL, M1. D., author
of the "Green Book," &c.
The world-.renowed author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own ex
perience that, the awful consequences or Sell
Abuse may be effectually removed withoui
medicine, and without, dangerous surgical
operations, bougies, instruments, rings, ot
cordials; pointing out a mode or cure at once
certain and effectual,-by which every sufferer
no mat:er what hisi condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply. privately and radi
Egh Tis Lecture will prove a boon to
thousands and ihousands. panevlpt
Iany address, post.paid, on receipt ofgsix cents
or t wo postage stamps.
Address the Publishers,
TiHE C'ULVERWELL MEDICALJ CO.,
41 Ann St.. New York; Postoffice Box, 4686.
a 1,1880 28 y
every fun cti to mor beatb cth on a
thaus a benefit In all diseases.
natul and ecessar rem"ult th c1e(Mr
vp 't. W oake tt etmc,nsti
aan appeti7e an riar ton Buneqale
Ity isn e~t'n wich shio~t be InMey ram
paiyment of manny doctors' bills.
Blottles of two sizes; prices,50cents and 81.00.
\ CURdies are so1(1
c byDrg st
U an Deaers
rr n in Medicine
aL ..WARNER &CO.,
noester, N. Y.
- ewdfor Pamphlet
Greatest Wheel of the A ge,
For Sale by
THOS. W. D)AVIS,
*Greenaville. N. C.
ALSO, BEALElR IN STEAM EN
G IN ES, SA W MIL LS, COT1"ToN
G IN PR EISSiES, SE WING M A.
aug 12. 1880 A47
A. BLVrU, CXAs. P. BARRTT
Grevilie, . 0. Pken C. 1t. S. C,
A M05B7N # 00 UNL58- AT L A W
PIOKENS 0. l., S. C.
(Offic in S01ool Cousmaaioner's O#ice)
Will pra"tice in the State and Federw
Sept 25 1879 , t
JAMES L. ORR, JOHN 8. VERNEt
Anderson, 8. C. Wallialla, 8. C.
OkR & VERNER,
A TTORNurs # CO UNSEL &RS A L A W
Will give prompt attention to all businer
left to their oare with Ms. D. F. BRADLEY
PICKENS C. H., 8. C.
Feb 6, 1879 21 tf
J 8 COTHRAN, 1 f R A CurIin
Abbeville C 11 1 Pickens U 11
COTHRALN & CHILD,
A TTORNEYS 4 COUNSELORS A T LA 1v
PICKENSC II. S.C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the SItt
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis
trict of South Carolin,
March 29 1877 29
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
PASSENGER DEPA KTME NT.
ATLANTA GN., November 7. 1880.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will ru
on this Road as follows:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at 10 36 a in
Leave Easley at 10 37 a i
Arrive at Easley at r 47 p
Leave Easley at 5 47 p nr
NIGUT PASSENGER TRA IN.
Arrive at ESsley at 10 10 p
Leave Easley at (d10 11 p M
Arrive at Easley at > 09 a in
Leave Easley AL 5 10 a in
LOCAL IREIORT TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at 5 50 a
Leave Easley at 6 00 a m
Arrive at Easley at f; 26 pmn
Leave Easley at G 35 p m
TUROUGH VRRIOnT TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at 10 48 > m
Leave Easley at 10 38 p m
Arrive at Easley at 12 .r>p mn
Leave Easiey at 1 2 25 p in
Connecting at Atlanta for all points West
Connecting at Charlotte ror all lEastern
-SThroug Tickets on safe at Onainesville,
SeeaCity, Greenville and Spari an burg t o
all points East and West.
0. J. FOREAC RE
W. J Houston, Gen'I Pass. & Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R
CHANGE OF SCHEDUL,I
On and after Monday, May lsith. 1880, the
Passenger Trains over the Greenville nn
(Columbia Railroad will be run daily, $un.
Leave columbta at 1 0ai
Leave Alston atI :;ai
Leave Newberry at 1211~i
Leave Hodges at 85pi
Leave Belton at 4~pj
Arrive at Greenville at 10pa
Leave Greenville at 8$
Leave Belton at ! 7ai
Leave Hodges at 1 7~
.ueave New berry at ; p,
Leave Ahaton at o
Arrive at.Columnbia at 4Ip
Andeson Brank ad Ble Ri e -10a m
&nderan and aihal , as:fllawm
Leae Tehon t , I 2o p m
Leav Andrsor at4 5 p m
Leav Penleto at 40 a
LeavePerryiil 40 p im
LeaveSenoc at 00 p nm
Arriv at albala 4 10; p in
adero aVnda1aa as ollws
Leave Benecon at *8ai
Leave Anerrh. at. p i
Leave Pendleton at p; m~
iLeave atSeon at. 8 m
1.Atrrive a i anda aeNweiyI30
ALeavi all Bac Tri-onc - l I~g.
eaetd evile Abbvil a ) o a n m
Loea Anero 40 p . a
Uparnd Branch Trains oneave Lairns C.e
m.ae 7ls 80onmnd etion brr at Counj3~wt 00a
up mn on ailyyxc ptSnas.gr''a8o h
Abevlutanh CaoiaTirai ndwh cone ( rliodg.,
Iei Tis with anuptassnge ay atandy
oxceplee rheinve AbbeColem a In30 a ; cav
Uplrad and aow Alinwsh onte min em h
mpake close Uonion ad Columnbial with limh
upr anion dapasenbgenlTraison illh)
Anshe ilg ,&ole.i adAuu
J W f i Y,
JPMKvnT,,, NMIae TranSport as ion
JAn M~foetR, Jr., Genetpl Ticket A gent
HotEg ANC AtTI 1WDER S
No Hol oup or rovon Dis.. L
a .fFontss Powders nae se ian tit of Iie P
Fou' Powdors wil cueo ree1io~ v
DSASEt hc ire on rattlet ae avr
Fours's PowDR3s WILLn Sgy Sei ar a hje
Sold everywhere. - .ArForw
DAvID N. 3'OUT, ih'oprio'e~
3Aito , ..
k'or sale by Dr. 3. W, QIl LIA N 1.s