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Trance in a Revival Meeting.
The Fifth Street Mission Church,
Lobannon, is holding revival meot
ings. On Monlday night Christio
.Bofers, au gh ter of Mr. David .ow.
Cr6, an organ buildor, went, to the
bonch to co)solo a seeker, and knelt
by her 8ie. Sho was noticed, how
ever, to remain in this position for Ho
long a period that somo vant.ured to
spoak to her, and it was only then that
sho was discovered to bo in a trance,
her body beig aralyzcd, and her
limbs stit' and not to be moved. After
the meeting vat over a watch was
set, hopes being ente'tained that she
might soon recover. There lili nO
chango, she was finally born firomin
the church to the house of Mr. Geo.
Roming and put on a bed, still being
in the samo. rigrid condition as whon
first discovere'd. Heri pulse5 beat as
regularly as that of anIy conscious perm'
son, yet the body retained the same
rigidity, and the muscles did not, re
lax their contraction in the least.
Miss Bower's lay) thusi in an unconisci
ouls coudition fr'om Monday evening
until two o'clock on Tuesdaiy after
noon, when sh'e awoko from heri al -
most deathless sloep.-.anicaster .Ex
The New York Tinses sa' : "o
ight 1 s w e!! fniet your el u rches
and ('r,chiool hiOniCS as to fOrg.et your
local paper. It speaks to teu timies
the autd ience voo r ministers do. -It
is read eagcrly ce wecek from the
* ~ beginning to the end. it reaebices
you all, amnd, it it hais a lower spih it
and lose wisdoml than al UerontiU it has
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you, goimg as it de,talotevery
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charact er as you do from ani ed ucator'
in your midst. It is not beneath your
notice and care, for it is~ your repre
so,tative. Indeed, in its chiaracter',
it is the consBummatIUion of imp lortanIceh,
interest and welfare of your all, in
theo aggregate of your acq uintanL1ce,
and ye . canniot i gnore it without
miiserably depreciating youriself'.
.REL F.F FQR VAIt AeviIE.--Su f'e'rsr
will finid relief for ear aclio by pu1tting
in a spoon two or thr'ee driops of sw'oot
oil, or, better still, almond oil, tho'
same of molasses anid laudanum, warm
ing it all together. AIbsorb some of
the mixture in wool, put it in the car
with a piece of' the wool outsideO to
koop out the cool iri, repcating the
thihg if necessary. A roast oion
heart dipped in this and surrounded
with cotton is aho1s often very ofica
"* 'at has Chist4ianiity ege done
- for mnli:' demanded B3ob Ingersoll, as
lhe wats ridin g somrio years ago 'in a
* rail?ond train. "It hmas proven tod .l\r.
-Ingersoll fr'omi being Governor of lli.
nois," responded a quiet lady in the
neighborhliood of that in tensely bigoted
infidol. Per'haps lhe r'ecognizeal for
once, at loast. It had done a good
thing. At any rato, thereafter until
thb'entd of the journey, Robert hold
P - h4atonguie.-Ohicago Times.
Vyon put tWo persons intheosame
bejgrom,h 01 arief whom has1 the~ t.oothi
-' abie, ,while the other is in love, ,you
the tooth ache will,go to sleep first.
Fb cods, oengh, oroup or 1dd~g fe-.
iTke lard or stect oil, two 4)arts;
*its pIpoP, on~epa; ..spir'its tmr'
a ' *rKt B 4nh l d
A Ganoa' D(;PIVt.-4 Gph
or (remed t ed,1e'
sIraight to the spirit-worldhe knock
ed at the gate of the ,Ne 4 lem
and it was opened unto" hin. The
books were opened; lie Wa4a14,
"(lid you ever belong to any secret
societiest" to which he' plfd, '"i
did; to the Granger." '"Then, sir,
you cannot be adnitted, depart."
He then went to the door oi the bot.
tomless pit, whore the same ques
tions were asked hin by the Devil,
and again he was told to depart.
After he had gone a little way ofle
was acco4ted by the homely ruler of
the pit, when the following proposi
tions were made: "Stranger," said
N1k,N "I vill not re'eive Grangerg
in Heaven; but mill sell you two
hundred barrels of brimstone for
cash, ten per cent off, and yo' can
start a little hell of your omn With no
ago)ts or middle men."
"The bright lexicon of youth," in
which "1heroe is no euch word as lail"
does not seem to' be a very populor
dictionary inl the mnercantilo commu
Iity just now.
The character ot i wise mon con
'ists inl threo thine: To (10 himselt
what he tells others to do; to act on
no occasion contra*ry to justice, and
b:r wiNI the wickednle6s of thoie
A Lrvville boy took a hot brick
to bed with him to keep his feet
warmII. Tihey tvod the boy an'd the
honso, but th< bed- was reducCCd to
Now York has a iin toy fiictory
that majkes ten milliiol penny whis,
tles a yoar.
A cultivatod oar-An ear of corn.
If your dinner bell has lost its
elapper)01, youf cant still have your mnap
Mr. Cage Fly !s a noted agiculin
ral ist of Madcison coun ty, Tenn
IKeeping live chickens~ in c'llar's is
bieing su ppresced .in New York.
Teun to one th at G3rant gets to Con,
tt~inouplo ahecad of Alexander.
Goods at Cost.
CONT EMPLXATING' A CIIA NG E~
in our busineflss, wo offer our entire
BOOTS, SIIOES, IIATS,
CA LICOES, WO RST EDS,
JE ANS, CASEM ERES, Notions, &e.,
ait atnd below cositu. Como and try
.D)EPARITMENT wvill be kept full and
comleto, amnd will bo sold as cheap;as
such Goods can be bought in any
other house in Pickens. We will
have in store, in a few days a heavy
Which we will sell at bottom figures
for the CA\SII, only.
JO1IN T. G.OSSETT & CO.
R asley, Veh. 11, 1878. 24 2
ANDI TIIE INEVASSA GUANO
Ti?lE~ KING AMONG
We are the Agents again this Beason for
the salo of the above named, unequaled FE R
TIIZER. As somec cv dence. of its popu
Iar'ity, we will state that we isold the last.
season 85 tons of it to plantersiin Pickener
and Anderson, and all has been paid for ex,
cept about one'.half ton, anid in every instance
the puirchasers e xpressed thienmselves as high
ly pleased with the Manure, and their inteni
tion to piurchase again this season.
T'he following certificato amongst others
we have from proupinent farrners, in the
County will speak for itself,
*P;cxiys CeyOTY, S. C.,
Febr uary 8, 1878.
FS5Rs 3. T. Go5s8TT & Co.
Cents: The Navassa Guano bought frowyyou
last season, I was well pleased with, I used
it along side the*Merimnon Guano, and the
Novassa yielded me two, hundred pourn
seed Cotton per acre, more than the Mer
rion, atnd it was the Guano and not. the land
that made the extra yield. I offeorfully give
you this certificate, because I know the ma,
nure is deserving bf it. R9epetf611y,
- E. F. A4LGOOD.
We give a Cotton option. Will delIvi
Guano either at Easley or Liberty.
Personus la the neighbbood Qf 1e~~It,
wishing to prurchase.igr nrure,.i w e9
onll on.Mr. W. T. .AfALL.
rey.Fb, 11,'4878~ 24 '2'
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PICIENE COUNii DlIlCTORY,
en tr-I) EBowen. i ac
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P-obate-W G Field.
Coroier-Berry B' 2ai1l.
,School Commnissaonerg0O Wi Singleton.
reasurer-W R Berry.
County C'ommissiones---BJ Johnson Chial,
man-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerh
ounty Commisinare, 0 llollingsworth.
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-OARLSTON, s 0069Vo. 48, 1876.
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* FOR dOLUMIA.
. (Buudys exoepted-)
Leave Charlesto%. 9 1
Arrive. at Columbi0
. FOR AUGUSTA.
Leave Charleston .9 15a m
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COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRAS.
Leave Charleston .9 16 p m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia 7 00 p tu
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 ; m
AVGUSTA- NIGHlT EXPRES. *.
Leave Charleton 8 01D.p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augdsta- 8 80 0 in
Arrive at Charllton 7 40.a-a
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a in
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 a m
Leave qbarleston , 8 15 p m
Arrive a'; Summerville 4 80 p'm
I . * CAMDEN TRAIN
.ConieefisAt Kingville daily, [imdopt Sum '
days] with Up and Down Day and Pussenger
Day and 'Night Trains connect at Atgusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon iid' Augusta -
Railroad and Central Railroad. .This. -route
via Atlanta is the qnielsest and most direct
route, and as comfortable' and cheap as'dny
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and till other points Southwpst,
and to Louisville, Cinoinnati, Chic t,
Louis, and all other points W6st and fo4v
1ay Train connects at Columbia with the
TIirqugh Train on charlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p. i.) for all points Noith.
$. S. 8OLOMONS, Supe'rn'tendent.
S. It. Pnir.ds, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger- trains rnn daily, Sundays'e-xcet
ed, conifiet.ing .with night trains 'on :South
Carolina Railroad up and( down. On and aft
rr Jondy, July 16. 1877, tho followiug,will
be the Sc1edule.
Leave Collumbia at, 11.10 Am
Lea ve Abit on at1.0pn
l,eave Newherry at -.~pr
l1eave 1 leges at 65
Leave l'eltoil at 7Op
Arrive at. Greenville at 8
(~eav Grenvill at1.20 a ma
L0av ~etu~at1.10 p
Leave uGenill at, 10.20 a
cave NewvIberry at142pu
Leave A ist oin a t. 82
AXrrive :rl. Colurubia at .0 .
?:my-Conn1cCt at Aiston wit h Trains on the
Spartanbiu rg andi Uion L Ralroad ; connect.a6
Col ubia with Nighit Trains8 on thle Southi Car
olin,t fInitlr'ad up anrd down ; also with Traing
going North nnd S3outhI on the Charlotte, Co.
lumrbia attil Auigusta and the Wilmington, Com
ABIBEVI LLE UlRANCH.
Train leave A bbeville at 9.15 a mn., conneot
ing with Down T1rain from Greenville. Leave
Coke'dbury at 2.15 p mn., connecting with L
T1rain from Columbia. Accomoation Traiig
Mond:ays, Wednesdays and Fridaryss LeAge
Cokesbury at 11.15 a-m., or on the arrival of
tihe Dowvn Trajin froma Greenville. Leaves Ahe
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connocting withs (
Trai fl roma Col u nbia.
\NDElHSON IBRANCH1 AND PLUK' 1UDEU
Leave Wa,lhalla at 5 .60.a a
Leave Sene ca 'at ' a a
Leave Perryville at . af
Leave Pendleton at ' 7.20- id~
Leave Anderson at 8.1 'a m
Ai rlve at Belton at 8.64 a-m
Leave Belton at 7,05,pm '
Leave Andlerson at '7.50, p
Leave Pendlet:on at 8A.5
Leave Perryvillee' 9120p m
Leave Seneca at, 0.80-pm
Arrive at Walhallid .10.00'-p mn
Accomuin odat ion -Trains between- Bolt.on nd
Anderson ogr Tucsdays,. Thursdays sna Sat ur
dI tys, Leave Blelton *ty.50 a mn., or on itrr *
al o f DIvon Tenin , roin Grohnvilled L e
Anderson at 2.00 p in., connecting .dith (Up
General Superinbertdezrt. .
JanIez NoRToN3 Jr.,- Gengral.Tighet A gent
Atlanta & Riclhmonal i9 Line Rail#tw
MiA IL T IIA'IN.
Leave at Atlanta at 50 p
Leave Toccoa City at '0942 a
Leave Westminster at -10>42,p9
Leave Seneca city at 11l1 pie
Leave central at . -11, i8p rn
Leave Liberty at ~27 a in
Leave Easley at 12 26 i
Leave Greenville at 1 00 'm~
Leave Spartanbuarg at * 2:80 am
Arriv'e at charlotto at - 8-12asa
Leaves Charlotte at * ~,
Leaves Spartanburg at .
Leaves Greenville at 22'
Leaves Easley at 4&i
Leaves iberty at -
I .eaves Central at *a~
Leaves Seneca CXt.y at8
Leaves Westiinister .at '
Leaves Toccoa at '' 3a
arrrives at 'Atlainta'at dm
Loa'7c Atlata at8;. p0a
Leaes.Senca i (et12l a m
Lc~i~5 ental t. ' 2 2O a ni
Leavs Liertyat2 -48 m
LeavesEsley a042 8 'm
Leavs Grenvile a . 1 a
Leaves Atanbua; at268p
Leaves TCcotte t
ALeaveso esIatunitra at 268,
Leave. Srenveciy at Ilp
Leaves Ceant at 4p
Leaves Liberty at
Leaves Ealy at 6,'
Leaves Greenille at' Bl
Leaves Tocartanburg at'0 &.
Arrive at~ Chanltte at .'llpp
runnI~ reularl, 11 18 a
,W, Jloiiton, Oui'112no 25%fa m'
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