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Metbodist.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second
Sabbath in each .month at 10i o'clock A. x.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. M.
Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 t,. x.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m
Baptist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ten Pastor, 1st Sbbath and Saturday before
Ia each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
L. Jairr. MILUOUtan & Oo., Newspaper Ad.
vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md. are authorized to contract for
Advertisements in Tun PloEExs SENTINEL at
our best rates.
rettches are all killed. in this Fee.
We hear that the colored people in
this section have gone into a resolu
tion to get all they can from the white
man and pay him nothing, they are
not obliged to. Immigration will take
some of the bLarch out of them.
A good many people who have been
reading THE SENTINEL for a number
of years without paying for it will
cease to do so after this issuo, unless
they borrow it from their neighbors.
We have notified them of the amount
they are duo us, but they have paid
no attention to us. 'Their names will
be stricken from our list next week,
and somo other means of collecting
the accounts resorted to.
Stephen McCulley, one of Ander,
son's oldest and inst respected citi
zens, died at his rcsidenco at Ander
son C. 11. last Friday week. li was
born in the Coont of' Anitrim, iro
land, on the 10th day of March 1800,
and was consequently 81 years old
when he died.
The Anderson Journal says: Mr. J.
V. Pressley has just returned from
Texas, where he has .been on an ex.
tensive trip. lie brir.gs a favorable
report of things inl general but says
the farmers of Anderson and Pickens
count ies ar1 farther ahead wit h tlieir
famwolk than any' one bet ween'I here
and the Mexican border.
Trho farmers of this Cou:nty aro said
to" b - purchazsing more largely of' go:
an() thani uenal, withi the intnt1ion: of
jdlanting a larger' n'en than er e:' in
cot t0'i. TI.01ro mayi~ be wisdorn in this
cei rse, bat we l.ave Oiur doutst about
AcIIEN1'TLLY Si oT--While t wo boys
thle sons oIf 1'ir . Ad'1 gt(n a nd Mr'.
) Uissey(', liv'u in in i bin~ieighlbo~ rhoo I of
C'oh. Boweni's mills, were phlrying wit h
a pisto ini thle 4tre Of (Col.. weu, it
'young Addingi.tonijii paiflly woune'
in the arm. Th'lis ii aniothecr wI niai
ngainst the careless hi andIlng of Iiire
TAn-30 cents per gallon at. Van
nnRy Mc~hK's Hiarniess anid Siaddlery
Store, Main Street, Greenvillo, S. C
Use Kauquita Indian Worm Pel
lets. A safle and surie remiedy f( r
worms. Fokr sale by Dr'. J. WV. Quil
ATLANTIC AND FRENCh BROAD VAL
LECY RAr'LROAD NOICE-The a fnntial
meeting of stockholhder's of the Atlan
tic and French Broad Valley Railroad
will be ho held at 12 M., on Thursday,
May 5th, at Behton, Anderson county,
S. C. By provision of the chater, tall
Stock must be represented ini person
or by proxy, duly executedJ.
W. J- KInK, Sec'ry
Married, on the 6th instant, at the
residence of Dr. TP. G Underwood, by
Rev. J. F. Goode, Dr. John A. L.
Smith, of Cherokee County, Ala:., to
Miss Nora C. Underwood, of Frank
lin County, Ga.
Long may they live to enjoy the
fruits of connubial happiness.
The County Treasurer publishos in
tis issue the opening of tbe tax books
in May and the days on which he wdl
be at different points in the county for
the convenience of the taxl payersi.
The taxes are payable at, option, o ne
.jalf in May, the remainder in the fall.
or the whole in thbe fall, one halt
bearing interest, from May.
The greatest enemy to children is
worms. Shriner's Indian Vermifugoe
will save them from r'uin. Only 25
cents a bottle. Try it.
Judge Frazer expressed tho opin,.
ion at the late session of Court at
Lancaster that, owing to the great in,
convenience experienced by State wit
messes to get, ready moncy for their
services in all of the c'ounties of' the
State, he thought It, would be wise to
pay the grand nnd petit jurors out of'
the State treasury, sgivinig as a reason
that, by paying the~ jurors in thils way
promptly, the Court, including the ju%
rors, would beonpo Ploa9 independent
A serious stabbing affray occurre
on last Saturday night at a soko
house near Fivo Fork's, in the uppe
part of the county, in which x youn
man named R. M. Simmons was 11
riously if not fatally out by one Jame
Martin. It appears that several youn
men of the neighborhood had met a
the school house for the purpose e
having a debate, and the discnssio
was In progress wIen James blatir
accompanied by James Bryant, 1W. A
Mullikin, Thomas Mullikin find Va
Mullikin arrived and called for on
Erskine. Simmons went out and to,
them Erokine was not there, whero
upon an altercation, ensued betweei
him and Martin, with the result stat
ed above. Simnons was taken hon
and his wounds exanined and dressel
by Dr John Duckworth, who pro
nouceod them exceedingly serions. On
of the cuts on his left atin was se'oei
inchea long. He was also cut in bot
sides and in the bacic and struck nea
the temple with a heavy stone.
warrant was issued by Trial Justic
Whitefield on Monday mfornitig las
and during the day the four lastnam
ed parties were atrested and brough
to this place by Deputy Sherif'
Prince ana Carlisle. They gave bia
for appearance at the preliminary e,
isminnt ion onl Saturday last, 9th ins1
Martin escaped and has not yet bee
caught. Simnmons' condition is ver
CoLORED LAND LEAGUE'8.--Th
Bartwell Ponple tmsy: "We are relia
bly itiformed that, in some sections c
the county, colored laborers are ein
rolling theiselves in labor league
pledging theznselves to work for n
white man atler the present yeur fo
love, tn.ney or an interest in cropi
They ptofet renting land and gettint
Just received a large lot of Clot:
ing, at 11. C. SHIRLEY'S,
Central, S. C.
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER,
P1CK ENS C. UI., S. C., Airil 9, 1881
TITICE is hereby given that. this (ffi
wlbeopened for collectintg the N~s
tstatllme~nt of Stat e, (Court y. School anid P
Taxes for lhe Fiscaul Yeatr I1880, trotn the 2
d ay of M~ay to the 1st, day of June, inlch
in neccordance withI an Act passed by ti
State Leigi..htiure, I will visit <!uring ii
motIh of Ma :y thle tollowvinig uametid place's
the days mtentilotted:
Ceni ral, M'i3y 3d and 4th.
LibherE y, lay 5:h,
East5ley. Atlay thih ndl 7th.
I Ibacumsile, .AIat 9thI.
E iing's Si ore, Mliy 11i1h.
A d ai it thle I 'iri IIloiise to, die 1st of Jut
ntex, a. t whtich i time t he llooks will bceclost
urnal the Ila: h ily of Sepi tmter.
It.\TESL OF TAXATION.
Sta-te T x, . 5"ni!1s.
l'ist-iet Schoo'l Ta:x, 2 mills.
I itroad Tax, 8 mill.
To' :l- 181 mnill
Pall Tax. $1.00. *
All persons bet ween the aiges of 21 and(
year is, itot exempi by laiw, arie l iabfle to P%
faix. Thtose whot fa il to pa:y tir. intiallm-ua
wvill be charged 5 per centi on .. t.x
.J011N II.~ BO W EN,
'I reasurer Pickens County.
np 14. 18s1 31 4
MONEY SAVED) IS MOE
DURCHIASE YOUR ENGINES FRO~[ U|
Iand save $100 0." a 10 Hlorse; $200 on
20 Horse, and $300) on a 80 Ilorse-Pow4
Engine. Setnd for our prices before prurchat
ing Enigines. Gins, Presses, Saw and Gri,
Alillis, 'iTreshiers, or any k inrd of' Macbitner
We are Milfactuirers' Agents, and guarat
tee satisf'actioni in quality and price.
W AlKElt, & LO)UI),
No. 15 AMeeting 8t reet, West side,
Near Ch-u-lestoon 1iotal, Char'eston, S. C.
a pe', 1881 30 3
The State ot South Caroina
COUNTY OF PicKEN8.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEA
Lewis N Jones, Plaintiff, against Robert Stev
at, as Aduii' isitratour of lie Personal Ei
tate of' Thtotas W Alexandetr, deceased, an
Nancy K Alexander, WidIow, Ellisabet
Jones, Mary E Alcfiney, Francis A Dicl<
sont, Frank P Alexantder, lHosa A Schrtodei
Thomas E Alexander, Georgian Steele. Emr
ma M iller, Joseph Mliller, Elijah Mille:
Johnt W Thomas, Joseph Thiomtas, Ermm
Whitire aund Nettie lierd, Ihefenudants.-.
Co)i Pl.AINT FOIL l1 ELIEF, &C.
T. ) hle Detembruatt s above namted
Y O are ereby summinoned andl requ10ire
to answer thie comlaintt in t his actijor
whIichl is Iiledi ini te othco (of the Clerk of th
Court of' Comtmon Pleas for Pickens County
S. (C., atnd to serve a copy of your answert
said. comp 1lait on lie subscribers at thei
othiee on Almeu street at Pickents t. f. s. c
within twetnty day8 aufier the service hetreol
exclusive of thle daty of shl service. If yo
fail to atnswer lhe coitr phitint withlin thue tim
aforesaid, the Plaittiff will aipply to the Cour
for th lief c demiatnded ini thle co:ipi~t.
NO~tI'N, KEILhl & HOIfMsWO UI'I,
Plaintifl a Attorneys.
Pickens C. HI. S., C., A pril 8t I, A, D. 188]
TO Frank P Alexander and Elizabheth, Jonee
ab~sent dlefendllants herei n:
Take not ice--that thte sumtmons and comn
plaint in the above stated action was fifed il
the office of t he Clerk of dihe Court of Commnoi
P leas for Pickens county, $ C-, ont t he 10:1
day of February 1881, and that the objects 'o
said action are to mnalshad lie asets of th
persoaal estate, andi for the sale of thle ren
estate of Thiomasu W. Alexander, deceased. fo
the pitrpose of paying the debts of said dhe
ceased and for distribution among the heir
and legatees thereof' icordling to law.
NORTON, KEITH & HIOLLINGSWORH,
np 14, 1881 81 a
IS FAST APPROACIING, AND
with it the usual doll times, but
t not necessarily doll when
we take into conside.
ration the unusual
LARGE STOCK OF
NOW ON EXIIIBITION AT
r W. T. McFALL'S,
L WHICH IS OFFERED AT REA
sonable Prices. Call and exatnino.
No TroUble to show Goods.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE
s STOCK OF
Ieady' Made Clothing,
Ladies, Misses, Men's and Boys' HaIns
Factory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonades and Linens,
Confectionarios and Fancy Groceries,
Sugar, Coffee apd Molasses,
Bacon, Lard and Flour,
d and Iloes,
TIable ned Pocket Cutlery,
Lightning Cross Cut Saws,
Uorse atid Mulo Shmoe.,
Glass Ware, Cc.y~ao
IAnd in fact everything that any
rensonable personl would ask for.
Romember that, no Baits aro offered,
but overythuing sold at its real worth!,
a id saitisfaction guiarantee.1I every
' n'nreb 221, 1881 29
"Hew to the Mark, Let the Chips
Fly as they May."
RUN AND READ.
H AVING BOUG lIT MORE GOODS TIH AN
ever before, I have been able to buy cheaper,
and have now a nunmber of big bargains. You
will be astonishsed to know that. 1 sell
A WOMAN'S GOOD 110ME MADE SHOE for
A WOMAN'S SERGE POLKA SHOE FOR 85
-GOOD ST OUT BROGANS FROM $1.10, UP.
SFor the Ladies.
Black Leghorn'Flat hiats, Cheap.
,White Leghorn Flat Hats, Cheap.
-Black and White Leghorn Flat Hats, Cheap.
Magnificent line Straw Hats, Trimmed and
d Untrimmod for Ladies, Misses and Children.
,Gents Panama, indian Panama and Macki
e naw, beautiful styles and low prices.
50 dozen, just ope ned.
rCome and see those beautiful Walking Hats
, Come before my Goods are picked over
1and see the largest and best assorted stock of
gent'Pal Merchandise'in Pickens County.
Double Foot Plow Stocks at $3.50, worth
Flour, Bacon, and Nails, glower than any
body. Try me.
E. R1. 110ORTON.
Liberty, 8. C.
march !7,1881 27
a Notice to TIeachers~.
10JlR the convenience of all concerned, 1
. .he reby give notice that I will hie in my
Office at Pickens Court House on each SA L1E.
r D)AY and 8d BATURDAY in every month.
The short time remaining In which to visit
the schools during the Spring Session, pre.
vents my being there more frequently.
0. T. JONES,
fe b21, 1881 2
TO CLOS: OCT!
The balance of our stock
will be closed out at ex
NEW YORK COST,
to make room for our
immense stock of
Spring and Summer
TO ARRIVE SOON!
Just received and ready for inspec,
tion, a large and attractive
TO BE MADE TO ORDERl.
IF. w. Ivo) & co
decC 23, 1880 14 8.
Revival in. New Good!s.
BL.AWK SI LKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROC.1DE and MAMASH SILKS and
SA TINS 90c. t o $1.75.
BLACIs and F.\NCY SATINS 75c. to $I.25.
lienrti elta Cl oth, Be rat hea C lothI, Crepe,
Clot hs, Cashmwere de l'inde, Crepes, Cash
In.hee oo-ls we mtake a specialty, and
Dress Goods and Novelties
Is by far the largest and most varied andl
contains more real 0IE118 than any other
stock e' er shown by us, inludRijng the new
St. MIarle Plaids
And the new and popular co' ore "Gen
D'Armo" and "Dregs of Wine," with an ele
gant line of TR IblMINGiS to match.]
Embroidered Flannel, 0one yard wide.
A good quality fuill rgular llOSE at 20c.,
considered cheap at 30)~
Matelesse Flannel, something new and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks anid Dolunauns,
To this department we call special attention
Fancy Ilaskets, Table Matt, &c.
We shall be very happy to have our friends
J1. II, JORGAN & BRIO.,
GREENV1LLE, S. C.
oct 21, 18804 y
THE MOST WONDERFUL SHO0W EVER
seeni in P'icker~s hais just arrivedl. Among thle
various Articles in this Show andh which can
be purchased at the LOWEST CASH PRI
CES, are all kinds of
Stapie and Fancy Dry Goods,
FANCY ARTICLES, LEATHER, 4
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, and all kinds of
Groceries needed for fatmily use, in fact
everything kept in a FirstClass General AIer
chaendise Establishment can be Sound here at
FR ESII COR~N ME AL will always be found
on hand for sale.
TIS SHO0W ca1 he found across the street
opposite the (ourt House, at the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR :DIXIE GUANO.
jan n6, 1851 1
Patents fos Inventoeme.
E. W. ANDEROIN. J. C. SMIEH.
ANDRSON & SMITH,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Seventh Street.
Opposite the United States Patens Office,
Washingtos, D. C.
No fee for preliminary examination.
No fee unless patent is allowed.
Fees less than those of any other 'espon,
Practice in the U. S. Patent Office, U. S.
Supreme Court, and District Courts.
Correspondence solicited and no charge
made for advice.
Books of information sent free of charge.
Reference furnished upon request.
INDIAN VERMIFU4E to
destroy and expel Worms
f-om the hua a n body,
where they exist, if used
aecording to the direcee
tions. It is a safe and re.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E. Foutz, Prop.
YOU~TNG LEDY )V
Do you know the 'Gypsies' secret," how to
lecire tlie constant true love oryour iu.s
a)nif I! (r, if you are not. imarr:riel, d yoi
Know how to seeitnre an I ma4:LinInl iii 1te tr-11
ove of your niiti irer! Or, it' Yolu Ilave Io
wII, do you know how to secure the adii
'at ion off lthe one you ilesire? ! I you wyant to
iow all this, se l &l. 11o I will s4.n to
yourl afddress4 at pi) blet pui'Mb1,1ed tby mie,
;iVing y exin-rieince inrioog tl' ivp Pie"4.
lothers sholdi Se11 f. if for h ught
-ra 'Invest that doilne ranel makeiI you ,,ftiuIre
Se a lItppy one. If' yo -tre Ii saistied
witi t.ly phamiplet. I will reltiutnd your muoney.
Addres-s llF.1n1sk N.\,l:-:t~ , Pulblkht-l of
1'he Correspoun.eit," lantteville, Wis.
A YEbARl AN I) EXPELNSES:
So ag ent s. (ut titFree. Ad
dress 11. O ~ y
% year to Aget, an 1 expenses. $1;
$909.hi )111!. 1'r1 1 . Adth I I e : 1. 8wu &V A :C.
N HOPPi i G LY NuA AL. Marjoriel rch,
S1124 (irar d --rcet. Phlili delphil, 1,:t.P
will do 3 ur shoyi ji ag. Senl fin circilir.
NEWlPP E A6 D V ERISr (NiGliiU Rb, ~~i
SPH U,'E ST1., NEW Xoui.
march 24, 1881 28 .
SEEDS BEST 1
If not nold in 'our townt you
can got thlem y mail. flrop
unt a PoetaI Curd for C3ata.
log n Prn at Th Olest anid moset extensive Seed
DAVID LANDRIETHI & MONS,Pumx a..,pA.
HUGH SISSONS & SONS,
limp ot ers, eu le r andi Mlannfact urer s of
M~onuunua., 1YRi ateln,
Fu~r nltuue Nlab.as, Altau-u,
140 West Baltimore Ssreet,
AND) CoHNERl NORiUI AND) 310NU'3tIN' s~ir ~
Dr awings andh Es tmat es Flunished Frc.
feb 17. 1881 2
uutuber f net v .('nerg t buines a nvasutt -
es to engaige in a piensoant a nd prof itable
bus'ineq. (Good mn will find t his a rare
To MIake Money.
Such will please anhswer' thiis advertisement
by 1 lete, eni ooinug st amrp for reply, statinag
what bus' iess tey have been enaged in.
None bu11t Ihose who mecan butsiniess neced ap~.
FNRYlVFPY & CO. .\tlanta, ('a
FO ~TJT Z's
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Will cure or pr etcent Plsenne.
No flonsg will die of coLsm. Bo~b or LUNG Fs
Van, I f Fonitz's Powiders are uset i n tiinc.
'otzt7'ItIowders will enre and prev ent 1100m CIOT.URA
Fontz's Powilers will prevent GA ExM IN low Lg
Fonitz's Powdters will increase the it'tity of milk
an cream twenty per cent., and make the butter airm
Fontz's Powders will enre or pre vent almost uvany
bISkAAE to wichel Ilorses andI Caul4 ar Ru't4 ect.
Sold every where.
DAVID E. POUTE, Proprietor.
DA LTI MORE, Md.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILIA N, Ensley
Greates~t Wheel of' the Age,
For Satle by
TiUOS. W. DAVIS,
Gr'eenaville. S. C.
LLSO, IDEALI~lt IN STEAM EN
INES, SAWV MILL/S, COTTON
IN PHEUSSiA, SEW4ING MA..
niug 19. 1880 A7 tf
P.ROFESSIONAL N OTRCES.
Gno. 0. WXLLs, o(o. W. TAu,,
JANts L. Oa, Pickens C. 11. 8. 0
Greenville. S. C. J f
WELLS, ORR & TAYLOR,
A TTORNEYDS * Co UNSEL ORS A T LA W
PICKENS 0. II., B. 0.
Prompt attention given to business entrusted
march 10, 1881 26
J.8.CtvriaAN, M. F. AN8SL. J 9 BoUGs
Abbeville S. C. j Greenville, S C Pickens 8 0
COTHRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEAYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PxCEENg 0. H., S. C.
Office in tho Court House. Prompt
attention given L:) all business saw
triited to them.
dec 9, 1880 12
1. A. CHILD,
ATTORNET . COUNSELOR AT LAW
P I C K E N S C. II. 1. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the Stat
and Courts of the United States, for the Die,
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it able Attorneys will be
associated with me.
jan 6 1881 16
Atlanta & ChatLotte A ir Line Railway
ATLANTA GA., January 16. 1881.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this (into Trains will ran
-)n thias Rond as follows:
PAT ASSENGER TrAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 10 42 a
Leave Greervil'le at 10 4 a g
Arrive at Greenville at R g4 P va
Leave Greenville at 6 ?8 p a
Art-lye [i!astward.) ~~
Leave Greenville at 10 24 na
Arrive at Greenville at 5 18 a na
Leave Greenville ati ? 36 a a
I.OCAL FaU10GHT TRA&N.
Arrive at Greenville at. 836 a sa
Leave Greenville at 9 25 a a
Arrive at Greeniville at 4 15 p n
Leave Grecuville at 4 6 p 31
THliRltin rVigg-gl gCggg,
Arrive at Greonville at I M a na
Leave Gre'enville at 1 gB ? na
(West wat d.)
Arrive at Greenville at'- 11 lg p g
Leave'. Green'ville at 12 g~s a
C'onnecting at A tlanta for all po'as gg
Connecrting at Charlotte for all Ratra
Through Tickets on sale at dainesvile
Seneca City, Greenvillo and~ Spartanheurg tJ
all poitst East anid WVest.
w. Iltiioii Cci'Genieral tMaaer.
W. J louson, Gn'l aiss. & TJieket Age
Columbia & Greenville R R
CIIANGE OF. SCH!EDULB,
(tn and after January Eth, 1661, ma
P'tasenger T1r iris over* the Greenville and
Colurnbia Railroad will be run daily. Sea
Lenve columnbta at 11 40 a a
ILentve Alstont at 1 8
Leave Newherry at * i 86 p
Leave Ilodges at 4 84 p
Leave Belt on at 868 p *
Arrive at Greenville at 7 17 p
Leave Greenville at 10 Rs a a
Leave lelton at 12 01 p e
Leave II odges at 1 19 p a
,jeave Newblorry at 4 08 p
Leave Alst on at 6 01 p .<
Arrive at Colunnbia at * 10 s
L.\UtN ENs ItAIlflOAnD.
Leave Newberry at 1 0 00 a ma 4 38 p *
A rr;ve at Lnntrens C 11 12 80 p mn 7 00 p n,
Leave Laurens 7 00 a m 1 00 p r,
Arrive at Newher'ry 9 85 a mi 3 86 p m
Leave llodges at 4 40 p to
Arrive nt Ahbheville 6 8( p
Leave Ahbheville 12 20 p *,
Arrive at Ilodges 1 10 p a
A nderson Branch and Blue 1Hidge RI
Datily, except Sundays, hetween' 3e1l0
AnderCsonl and~ walhalla. as follows,'
Leave Belt on at 1 12 p nt'
Leave Anderson at 6 RI p
Leave Pendlet on at. 7 11 p a,
Leave Perryville 7 4J p ,,
Leave Seneca at 7 68 p
Arrive at Walhalla 8 26 p n,
Leave Walhialla at 9 0 a rr
Leave Seneca at 9 48 a s.
Leave Perryv ille a t * 9 60.a n
Leave Pendletoth at 10 28 a *
Leave Anderson at 11 09 a a
At rive at IBelton at 11 59 p -
Up anid dlown Trains on the anain stem
make close connection at (Colunmbia with the
uip and down day pasenger Trains en te
SouIthl Carolina hi ailroad anid wit b~ ihe through
Freight Trains, withI Passenger Car attajee
on thle WIlmington, Columbia and Anguat.
Railroa,.d , anid at A 1stoin wvithI t he tina of the
Spartanbur g, Uniion and Col utmbia RI ailrqtad
for Unio.n, Spartantburg, llendersot'yille,
Oeneral J W FR T,
A. Po~u,.GeneralTicket Agew4