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Methodist.--Rev. 8. P. H. Elwvel. second
Sabbath In each month at 101 o'clock A. U.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 3d Sabbath at 11 A. K.
Rev. J. W. Daniel, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. K.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees., at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11"
o'clock a. m'
Baptist-Secona Churnh, Rev. W. B. Single
- ton Pastor, lt Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month st 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B
Singleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
The Legislature meets next Tues
day, the 28d Instant.
Do not neglect sowing plenty of
We hear a great deal of complaint
of sovero colds.
Pork is selling in this market at 63
cents per pound.
It is getting time to commence
fattening the Christmas turkey.
Corn "shuckingsol are frequent in
Col, J. E. Hagood, Clerk of thn U.
k 83. Circuit Court spent several days
bore last week.
W. T. McFall is the happiest man
In town. It is a fine boy, and
was born on the morning of the 15th
Non. E. B. Murray, editor of the
Anderson Intelligencer and one of
Carolina's rising sons, was in our town
The "back" mountains wero whito
with snow on last Monday morning
which caused the weather to be rather
cold at this place.
BruE STONE-For sale at 13 cents
per pound, by G. W. EARLE.
Mr. G. W. Kelley brought to this
office on last Monday morning a
turuip of the white globo variety,
which measured ninetoen inches in
circumference and weighed 5 pounds.
The State Fair. which was hold last
week, was the most successful one
held for sevoral years.
Rev. J. W. Daniel delivered an in
teresting and impressive nOi'lon in the
Nethodist Church la tSunda-y, from
the text, (Matt. 12: 30 :) '-11o that is
not with mec is nieainst me ; anud he
thiat gat hereth not withb mo scatterjthl
Messrs. Andrew TDyande Robert
Grt-er, carpenters of E4.wier,( recently
finishedl np a job) of woi tc for us onl onir
hotnse. They are0 20!'b <1 work men
fait hful anud .sober, an id anyh~ On~o de~ir
intg work ini their line mar he a4suredI
(.f izett ing val uo recievedi for whaIt
they payV them.
day fori M is'sonri lo live. Mr. .1 .>ho
Langijstonu anid Lther lioyd, we h-adrui
nye also making thuir prepI'al ions ''
move to M issous i. We wi., themo 8l1
ablundanllt succeess anid haprpi;es in
t hi' .(Ot1llinph :ted ie w 1Ig i's, ii n ysie
of the opiniion lmt they m-eV' hing a l
lbotter country thaun th WoneC they are0
U.s~e IKanqqita Indian Woerm PeI
lets. Saife, sure and1( qu'i jk in t heir
action. Pleasant est and miost erree.,
* Itatl orm EI)Cifie iniC exitenCe. P,'ee
10 and 25 cnts per I 'ox. Exeso
( 'hemial C7onmpany , solo prioprhs.'
Wahilla, S. C. For sale( bly Dr. ..
WV. Quiilliain, Easley Station.
TIhiousands of' child ren (liennudor the
age of five years. Why? Physicians
aittributo it to vni'ons canluos, agjd
- have a vocabulary of infant ilo diseases
too numerous to mention. Worms!
Worms! Shriner's Indian Vermifuge
will kill thorn and restore the child.
Southern Calendar Clock Company.
Mu. J. C. IIAYDEN, t he polite and
genial Agent for the Southern Calen
dar Clock Co., haus been in our midst
soiling the excellent clock man ufac
tured by his ComnpanyT. The11 calondar
is perpetual and worth the money
asked for the clock, besides the clock
itself is one of the best time pieces
made. A great many of themn are ho.
ing sold in thisu County and they give
Hlagood, Alexander & Co. will pay.
you in cash or goods the highest price
for seed and bale cotton "and don't
you forget it."'
Garder. Seed at wholesale and roe
tall, and Grass Seed--with a full line
of Drugs and Druggist sundries,
Liamps, Paints, Oil and Dyestuffs, at
J. RL. WJLrTAMs',
17 Central, S. C.
Unagood,. Alexander & Co. have just,
reecived from Now York, a full line
of Fall and W~inter Goody,. Call and
exaimino their large and select stock
before buying. They can pleaso5 you
ni prices ar~d quality.
.Just received a large lot of Cloth.
ing, at II. C. SHIRLEY's,
Central, S. C.
I3zTTsa TuIER.-The -Democrat, Ne w
rleane, La., says: "Su fferinog arnong
such as have been troubled wvith dis
.ease of kidneys and liven, has been
porceptibly better since the in troduoc
tien among us of' Warnecr's Safe Kid
6 ey and Liver Ceuro." nov 18-8m
The Voltaic Belt Company, Mar,.
Aball, Michigan will Rend their colo,
brated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the
afficted upon 80 days tr'iah. Speedy
eures guairanteed. They mean what
they sany. Write to te ihu
deilay. te ihu
16 Stop Organs, Sub Bass and Coupler
Only $65-Best in the U. 8.
Open your eyes wide before you send North
for instruments. Spread eagle advertisements
do not always tell the exact truth. BUTTER
Instruments at stme or less prices can be had
nearer home. Soe these offers: ORGANS
15 Stops, 4 Setts Reeds, Sub Bass and Coup,
ler, - Beautiful Case, Only $65; 9 Stops,
4 sets Reeds, only $69; 7 stopo, 8 sets Reeds.
$56. Stool and Book included. PIANOS
7 Oct., large size, Rich Rosewood Case, only
$179; 71 Oct. largest sixo, only $200; 7 Oct.
Square Grand, extra large, blagnificent Case,
only $350. Stool and Cover included. All
from old and reliable makers, and fully gu
aranteed; 16 days test trial. We pay freight
if not satisfaotory. Positively the best bar
gains in the U. S. No mistake about this.
We mean business and competition with the
woild. Send for Fall Prices 1880. It will
pay you. Addresse, LUDDEN & BATES'
Southern iusic House, Savannah, Ga.
nov 18, 1880 9 4
ATLANTA, GA., June 18, 1879.
Messra. Ilutdchinson it Bro.: MY wife has
been a great sufferer from childhood from
nervotus sick headaches. She has been treat
ed by leading physicians, and. has also tried
the popular remedies on the market, but has
found no relief until induced to try your
"Neuralgine." It has proved an unfailing
remedy in her case, and I heartily recom
mend it to any_ who may be similarly alflicted
T. R. EGLESTON.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN. Easley.
has been tried, but. none with such happy re
suits as Rankin's Extract of Buchu and Juni
per. If you are sutffering from any derange.
ment of the Kidneys or Bladder, Gravel, Pain
or Weakness In the Back or Hip, get a bottle
-one or two will relieve you.
This article has been .before the public for
nearly ten years, and its stile is constantly
increasing-and that with very little adver
tising-which proves it to be an trticle of
merit. We have testimonials from some of
the leading physicians of Geoi'gia, South
Carolina and Floridav, and other States in re.
gatd to its reliability as a I)iurtic, and a
remedy for the diseases for which it is re
Prepared only by 1unt, Ranin & Lamar,
Druggists, Atlanta. Ga., and for sale by Dr,
J. W. Qiii!hiain, Easley.
nov 4, 18c80 2m~
prvni 4.a- o iann ateruv .
andefects h mos1t sutary! chnIi the en-inilmci
c~i itiresystem, w hnin a:obcnit l(Lttpionl. I
p N ewtc Aderni'tiementsL ly.
An ndvysertse whimorbied conaditiofn.
000 aer, all Drhoivstsead etae$850
o iti ehs it rite:lY ou.eetL a
Nitpie bA'eris emeTs.AN
000 as Notr an whnvep Lis t.a $5
ofit in s List wries: "YuS c. Loa
The eat alogute stsates exnctly what the pa
pers are. W hen the name of a paper is prin,.
led ini full face type it is in every instance
the best. When printed in Capitals it is the
only paper in the place. The list gives the
population of every town and the circulation
of' every paper.
rThe rates charged for adlvertising are bar2
ly one-fifth the publishers' tschedul e. The
price for single States ranges from $2 to $80.
The price for one inch one moat h in the en
tire list is $625. The regular rates of the
papers for the same space and time are
$2,980.14. Th'le list includes 952 newspa
pets of which 187 are issuedl Daily and 765
Weekly. They are located in 788 different
cities anud towns, of' which 211 are State CJapi
tals, 868 places of over 5,000 poplat ion, and
468 County Seals. For copy of ,ist and
other information address
GlEO P~ ROWELL & CO,
10 Spruce Street, New York.
HaaPd dfein fr'omallothe.,
WS WLEI omine of the body while the
TRUS **et~a p****o**
pimteAlalei ae cu i
EGGLUBTON TEUSS CO., Chicago, Ill.
A? YEAR AND) EXPEFNMES
to agents. Out fit Free Ad
dress P. 0. VICKEitY,
oct 21, 1880 6 4
The I OS largest and henoKt Jot Lof
Boots and Shoes, at Ilagood, Alex
andcrO E' ('o's.
RELIABLE GOODS ONLY
ItEA D TILE LIST AND CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
Axes, Augers, Alum,
Brooms, ]Buukta, Bridles,
Coffee, Candy, Crackers,
Dippors, Domestics, Darners,
Edgings, Essences, Eggs,
Fish, Flour, For.,
Ginger, Glass, Gimlets,
Hats, Iumes, Hoes,
Ink, Irons, Indigo,
Jugs, Jars, Joants,
Kerosene, Knives, Knobs,
Lamps, Lanterns, Lard,
Molasses, Mucilago, Mackerel,
Nails, Notions, Needles,
Oil, Onions, Oysters,
Pencils, Pipes, Paper,
Quart Cups, Quilts,
Ras Is, Razors, Rags, .
Sugar, Soaps, Shovels
TcaI Trunk-, Tin,
Vinegar, V arnish, Vermifuge,
Wooden Ware, Wax,
Excellent Goods, Y arui.
Zinc, Mirrors and many other use%
ful articles, always on hand. Call.
If you dont see what \you want, ask
These goods will be" sold on inost,
reasonablo terins, f'or Cash or Barter,
or on time to prompt pnying-custom,.
W. T. 1IcFALL.
oct 28, 1880 6
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA
COUNTY GF PICKERs.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Nancy A IHoke, Plaintiff, against Ri E Hot
combel), WV T Holcombe, E T IIoceambe and
Charles HI Juvdson, Defendlants.-Ju O Mn:NT
or FonscLo'rURE ANn 8ALE.
BY virtue of a Judgrrent of Foreclosure
.anid Sale, made in Itho above stated case,
on the 24vth "ny of March, 1880, by [toni.
Thvoma~s Th'lomson. Presiding J ilge, 1 will sellI
tothe highest. bidder, at Pickens Court if ouse
on Salesday in [December nlexi, during the
legali hours of sale, the following valuable
Real Estate, to wit:
All that. Piece. Parcel, or Tract of Land,
sit uate in Pickens Country, on George's Creek,
waters of Salude Rivei, atijoining Iands of
JIohni 11. Boweni, Ja~ne Li. A rnoldl. .f ames Mc -
Adams and ot hers, containing Five liiundred
Acres, more or less.
T1 ' 1H \l S-Onve-t bvird of ah le purch ase mon'y
to be pauid in cash on day of sale; tlhe remain.
der ou a credit of one and t wo years, wvith~ in..=
terest paid annually, and ni bond arnd mortagage
of the [prenlMses.
P'urchvasers to p-ty extra for papers and for
recording the same.
J. J. LEWIS, c.o r.
. nov 4, 1880 7 4
STATE OF SOU Ill CAROLINA
COUNTY oF PICKE~N8.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
F L Garvini, Executor, Plaintiff, against Lucy
HI JUrock et al. Defendante.-CoMrPLAINT
above stated case by lion. A. P.
Aldrich, P residing .Judge, on the 24IthI day of
June 1 89, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Pic'kens Court lois6, dluring thle legal
hours of sale, on Salesday in D~ecemiber next,
the followidg Property, to wit:
All that Tract of Land in Pickens County,
knows as TIract No. 38 of the Maverick Land,
containing Three Hlundred and Forty Acres,
(340) more or less, on the East s lde of Keo.
Plat can be seen in my office.
TLERMS CASHI-Purchaser to pay for ti
At the same timie and place, I will Bell all
the Notes anid Accouints belouging to the~ Ez
tate of the said F. N. Garvmn, deceased.
nov 4, 1880 7 4
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKENB.
Dry 0. L. DUnA NT, .JUDGER OF PIIonATE.
Whereas, 0, 0. Folger has made suit
to me to grant himn Letters of Adminiiist ration
of the Estate anid Effects of Dr. A. M. Folger,
TIheose are therefore to cit~e avid adinonishi
all and singular thie kindred and creditors of
the said A. M. Folger deceased, ythat
they be and appear before me, in thve Court
of Probate, to be held at Pickens C. H., on
the 27th day of November 18S0, af ter publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in ihe forenoon, to
shew cause, if any they have, why yhe said
administration sihouild not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this, the
11th day of November, A. I)., 1880)
OLIN L. D)UR ANT, J.P.r.c.'
nov 11, 1880 8 3
A PESENTS, free. Send
XI IVII Kaddress for particulars. ..
T RIl-ET. 27 8cho~ol street, Boston, Miass
HOVEY & TOWNES.
Greenville, S. C.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STAPLE AND FANCY
Would eall attention to our Line of
CLOAKS, ard DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &c., &c.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2n
Now To rk Clothii1 Hurn,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc.
GREENVILLE .- - . S. C.
AR. J. RILEY FEROUSON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to se and accommodate all of his
Pick ens friends,
nov. 4, 1880, 7 tf.
J. H MRAN & Dn
Bevival an New -ood-s.
BL ACK SI LKS 85c. to S2 25.
BROCADE anid MAMASSE SILKS and
SATINS 90c. to SI.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 75c. to $1.25.
MIourin ing Depart meint.
Hten ri et ta: (lt. 1UnrathIen la d lo , Crepe,
Clot hs, ('ashmenre tie lide, Crtepes, Caish
In these goods we make a specilty, and
sol icit ai comnpa1rlin.
Our Stock of.
lis by far the btrg:t' and most varied and
conIitains more real G IlS thann any ot her
stock e' er shuownt by us, inacludin hg tdue new
Anad the new an:l p->iunhir colors ''Geni
D)'Armue"' and1 'I'r'. of Wi,",' wthl anu ele
gant line of' TLlil'1 ~I NGS to mau~tch.
Embroidau~ereda Flannel'a, one ya r- wideu.
A good qjuality full regauar1 lS al 200.,
considerealduhep at 840c.
Ma ielesse Flainnel, sometiniug new aind
Table Litnens, ibayl ex an d Napkin in.~ new
de s ign s.
To t his departmeiint we call special at tent ion
Fancy llnskels, T' able Matts, &c.
We .lhall be very happly to Ihve our* i ends
J. H. MOR(GAN & BRO.,
GRlEENVILLE, S. C.
oct 21, 1880 '18y
CALLS ATTENTION TIO THlE
public that we have the larges
EVER BROUGIIT TO THIlS MA R
kct, and wo will sell them at 25 per
cen t less thtan any nierchan t South or
North of Greenaville. We do aill our
own manufacturing and save you the
jobbers proftit. Pleaso give us a ctallI
wh'len you visit our city anid be con,
We also caill attention that AI
WVAlIUR EN F'O RUD is in; our omploy
mont, and( woautld he p'eaLsed l'r his
f riends to call on him.
S BI AVM3A N,
Creenuville, M. C.
L. RO)T[ISCH I LD, Manager,
aug 12. 1880 47 r,,
CENTRAL, S. C.
Mrs. J. B. LASSALLE
RESPECTFULLY INVITES TILE
Ladies of Central and the
vicinity to call and
STOCK OF SPRIMG MILLINERY,
Dross Goods and Notions.
FINE LEGIIORNS, CHIPS
STRAWS of ovary grado and price,
TRIMMED HATS from 75 ts to $5.
Fine Ruches, New Style Ribbons.
Summer Glovcs and Black Lace Mitta1
Embroidories and Laces ot every
Width and Price.
Ladies Underwoar and Ifair Goods.
DON 1 IN LATE-]ST S3T f jYLE BY A
p'22, 1880 31 Gm
PaItitents for Invenstiosas.
E. W. ANDEIRSON. J. C. SMITII.
ANDiSON & SMITII,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Seventh-St.
Opposite the United States Patent
Ofti".o, Wa'lshingtonl, D). C.
No Ice for prelimian'y exatination.
No fee nnless patent i' allowed.
Fees less than t huse of any other
Practice in the U. S. Patent Office,
U. S, Suprerno Court, and District
Correspond1enco solicited and no
charge'nmude hor : dvico
Books of in lor nit tion tsent frcc of
Reference furnished upon request.
oct 11, 4 3m
A RA CAU8R or HUMAN MISRT
1% the Eoss of
er1 S'permn11torr1hlo(n, inidutced b
Inivoluntary (' 1 limi 3sions1, imnpotbu
erally: Consuis t ionl. E i
Mlental1 and Phys 'icail Incieapao tg'
of thec' ( "Greeni Illoo ,k. &c. ~
Th le worl-renIowedl auithor, in
bl Leet1 :re, c'flear tl, y ovesch ef r y
perenc Itat Wi thieiaw'ul con msay og
med0Iicie andc1~y wtot'idaeyadrdm
toIti ons, bougtie, iti e 1Oc1 ont
codal$ po11ining ot a od e o cu
certi and21e Mefina, by ichi eveype a
ano mat3'5 er wht his condtion mayoip besi cslt
cure himel chapy.pivteyanlrd
A t hlre 110 hec14 P flisher rr n o~uae
- vory (ie~i: onr li fui action, and) is
- i I i!n l !Ii tigthefimpurlit ieofthrob)0ood, tho
Snatural and inecesary rest:1lt Is I he- enre of Meror
21101n3 nitd( othier hk in EruiijLons and I ineases,
liclu'! Iing CaniiErsV, UIIEers a nd14 othier Sor..
lhysjwersin. Wenif k eSs o (t heii$ 'tornachu, ('nstI
ciral l IloNun i, General~ Deilty etc. Uuuare
LW11 rfln W /er Jilu re: ;iia -fne. sunuad
-ly, i~( W in W cr'e . I. I il 8.ave the
Jottles of t wo sizes; pnIr's, 50een ts and1 $t.00.
G dies are'( Mold
U anid Dealer41s
- in Meiine
* every where.
11H.11.WARNER & CO.,
e' noes~easr, N.Y.
Send;(2( for Panmphlet,
(Arc'aft Whj~~ eel
For) Sale by
T1 108. W.
A LSO, ' E.\L ER IN STEIA M
GINES, SAW MI1.Ins, COTTON
GIN PR~ESSES, SEWING MA.
aug? 1' 1H00 1' I
A. BLYTUR, CHAs, P. BARRTT
Greenville, 8. C. Pickens C. I. S. C.
BLYTHE & BARRETT,
ATTORNEYS 4. COUNSELORS A T LA 11',
PICK ENS 0. 1., S. C.
(Office in Schoo Conmissioner's Offiec)
Will practice in the State and Feder*
sept 25,1879 2
JAMES L. ORR, JOHN S. VERNEl
Anderson, 8. C. Walhalla, S. C.
ATTORNEYS 4- COUNSELORS A' YLA W
Will give prompt attention to all businers
left to their care with Maj. D. F. BRADLEY
PICKENS C. If., 9. C.
Feb G, 1879 21 if
J 8 Co-rUAn a, R R A ClurLI
Abboville C i j Pickens C 1
COTHRAN & CHILD,
ATTORNEY'-S j. COUNSELORS AT LA W
P I C K E N S C. II. S. C.,
Will Practier in all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the Di.;
triot of South Carolina.
March 29 1877 29
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railwf;
PASSENGER DEPA RTMENT.
ATLANTA GA., November 7. 1880.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will r ,
oil this Road as follows:
D>AY 'ASO.:n -AuIN.
Arrive at Easley ut 10 :3 a
Leave Easley at. 10 87 a
Arrive at Easley at 5 47 p
Leave Easley at. 5 47 P
NIOT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Arrive at. Etsley att 10 10 p
Leave Easley at 10 11 p
Arrive at Easley ut 5 09 a
Leave Easley al. 5 10 a
LOCAL FREIGHT TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at 5 50 a .
Leave Easley at ( 00 a
Arrive at Easley at. El 26
Leave Euasley at. 6 85 p
TIEitoU(IH FREIOIIT TI1. ig;.
(Elast waz d. )
Arrive at Easley at 10 :1s
Le e' le at
Itlanta for all p oimis W~i
at Charlotte for all Isr.st'
~oUrh Tickets on saile at Gainlesv
eca City, Greenville and Splortlau bur1
'al pointsEast and West.
Jioulon GenI (enerail Malnager
J Hosto, Gn'tPass. & Ticket Ag
Greenville & Columbia R R:
CIIANGE OF SCIEDULE,:
Onl and after Monday, May 17th. 1380,
Passenger Trains over' the Greenville a
Columbia Railroad will b.e i-un daily, 8 .
Leave columbia at 1 1
Leave .Alstci ont at
Leave Newberry at J 4
Leave Hodges at 83
Leave Belt on at 45
Arrive a t Greenville at 61
Lieave Greenville at .0
Leave fielton at90
Leave Hodges at111
.neave Newhberry at 148
Leave Aiston at8Of
Arrive at Columibia at410.
Anderson Branch and Bine JiilC1.i
D~aily, except Sundays, het we~ en
Anderson and walhailla, as folIow3,
Leave flellon at . 't
Leave Anderson1 at. ~ 1
Leave Pendleton a~ fa4
Leave Perryville 72
Leave Senoca at. 4
Arrive at WalhalIa 81
Leave Walhlla at
ILav .Seneca at
Leave Perry 'ville at
Leave Aniderson~ at 70
A lrive at Belton at 8 1
Laurens Branch Trin leave Lauiireu
II. at. 7 80 a m and leave New berry at
p mn daily except Sundays.
Abbeville Branch Train conneet s at 1I.
e's with down and up trnin dily, .-suneo
excepted. Leave Abbovillo at. 9 1() a mi; L. .
Hiodges at 8 40 p mi
Up and down Traiuns on the main so
mate close connection at Columia~, wit h i h.
ul> and down day passenger TJrainus on i
SI a t hi Car-olina Rl aIlroadI and wit lit lhe thlron
Freight Tlrains, WithI Passenge.r Care attact mI
onl lie 1#Ilmington, Coluumia and Augu a
Railroad, anti at- Alston iviilh the trins of .a
Spartanburg, U~nion annd Columbia Railr( id
for Union, Spartanburg, llenderso'avi:>
J W FTi Y,
ral Superiicn ,af ,
ner eeal ist
VID 31. FOUTE. P'roprietor,
U 1) WIE & MorsL: