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ILOC.)A..T . TEMS .
st-' S. ,E-t oond
8a th in eachu oth %t 10} .o'lok A. 3.
Es. Olin L. Dmaant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. K.
Re. J. W. Daniel, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. K.
eesbyterlan.-Rev. Hugh McLees, at the
Metlhodlut Ohtroh, on 4th 8abbath at 11
ro'etbek a.e. WmB
Baptist-Seconk Church, Rev. W. B. Single.
ton Pabtor, 1st Stbbath-.an4 8aturday before
In, each month &t 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty tation-Rev W D
Singlelon, Pastor-e-vices overy 2d Sabbath
and Oaturdal befot'
8enatoi- Bradley has Introduced a
bill do rsfend the cbarter of the town
Tqe communication of "C." is not
published because the writer's name
Governor Ragood's inaugural ad
dress. will te published In our next is,
sue. It is' a sensible document.
The travel, over the Air Line Rail
road for tihe past two months hats boon
We regret to announce the death
of Mr. Lawrence Hendrieks, which
occurred last Saturday evening caused
by injuries sustained by reason of a
fall some r months since.
Rev. S. . H. Elwell will preadh his
farewell sermon at this place tids
(Thpnraday) evening at early candle
ligiht. The labors of Mr. Elwell on
the Pickens Circuit, have been most
acceptable, and his many friends would
gladly welcome him back next your.
It does seem that the road working
fraternity will have to be convened
in extra session, as there is much bus..
iness of importance that cannot be de
ferrsd until next summer.
We would call the attention of our
readers to the law crd of Julius E.
Boggs, which appears elsewhere in this
issuo. Mr. Boggs is a gentleman of
talent, energy and reliability, and any
business entrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to.
It is with much regret that we
chronicle the death of W. A. V. Ellis,
which occurred on Tuesday the 30th
ult. He was a talented young man,
eminently pious, and leaves many
friends to mourn his untimely decease.
Dr. . B Jones preached n elegan t
and instructivo sermlolinat Bet hlem
last Sabbath, from the text: 'For I
have no pleasmi o in theo leat h of him
that dioth, saithi the Lord God:
wherofore t urn your'selves, netd li'o
ye. ...*The wicke'd s~ihl be' i tued in-,
to hell, wvith all the nations thatnt for
MMried, on the 1-1 instant . at the
residence of1 the hoide'ls niothier. by
Rev. WV. B. Singh~l toom, M r. W illiam
Rleese to Missi Susa.n Miliell, both of
Maridon '11 itTI'rdy, N ov. 4thl.
'180 at tho r'esideice of Ih bnIridle's
f.ther, by Rev. J, D). WVibzon, Mrf.
Thomas1 Bl;1kely to issi Pauline
d -ughtecr of Alr. 'Ta lley II liday, al;
of Picke'ns County.
1\tarried on Ronmday-, Nov. 28th, 1 880
l.y Rev. J. P. Wilkon, Mr. .James~ S
Imigrinm to M iss Mta DTrn'. Johnstor,
all of Pickens Countv.
Gen,. Carlos JT. Stoibrand, the do
feated candidte for' Congress in this
])istrict, is now storekeeper at a Gov.
ernent distilleryv in this County. lie
is so very anxiou og oCnrs
that itis aid hewill contest Ool.
Aiken's sent. notwithstantding the fact
that he was defeated by over eightcen
The greet demand for Shrine,'s In
dian Vermifuge is solely due to its
Intrinsic: value. Thonuands use it to
day in preference to any other, and
say that it destroys and expels worms
80 many children suffer with worms
and the symptoms are so well under,
stood, that it is uinnecossary to des..
cribe them. When these symptoms
are visible, use Kauquita Indian
Worm Pellets a~nd savo your child.
Price 10 and 25 cent per oox. For
sale by .Dr. J. WV. Q uillian, Easley, S. C.
The largest and nhonpeat lot of
Boots .and Shoes, at Hagood, Ales
.ander' & Co's.
A large lot of Ladies Cloaks and
'Gen ts Clothing, at Hagood, Alexander
Hagood, Alexander' & Co. will pay
you in caish or'goods the hiighestjprice
for seed and balo cotton, "and don't
you forge t i t.."
H-agood, Alexander & Co. have just
received from Now York, a full line
of Fal! arid Winter Goods. Call and
examine thieir large and select stock
before buying. Tfhey can please you
in prices ar~d quality.
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at HI. C. SIIIRLEY's,
Central, S. C.
BETTERL Ti MEs.-Th e .Democrat, Ne w
Orleans, La., says: "Suffe ring among
such as have been troubled with dis.
ease of kidneys and liver, has boon
perceptibly bettor since the introduc
tien among us of' Warnei-'s Safe Kid
noy and Liver Coure." nov 18-3m
The. Voltaic Belt Company, Mars.
shall, Michigan will send their colo,
brated Elcctro-Voltaio Belts to the
afflicted upon 80 days trial. Speedy
cures guaranteed. Theliy mean what
they say. WrIte to them withbout
15 Stop Orpus, Sub Bass and Coupler
.I.4 f - -Bolt in the U. S.
Opop your eyes wide before you send North
for instruments. Spread eagle advertiements
1o not always tell the exact truth. BRwRZa
[nastruments at same or less prices can be had
nearer home. See these offers: ORGANS
16 Stops, 4 Setts Reeds, Sub Base and Coup.
ler, Beautiful Case, Only $065; 9 8tops,
A sets Reeds, only $59; 7.stope, 8 sets Reeds.
156. Stool and Book included. PIANOS
? Oct., large size, Rich Rosewood Case, only
0179; 7j Oct. largest size, only $200; 71 Oct.
Square Grand, extra large, Magnificent Case,
only $850. Stool and Cover included. All
rrom old and reliable makers, and fully gu
iranteed; 15 days test trial. We pay freight
if not satisfactory. 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. Address, LUDDEN & DATES'
3outhern Music House, Savannah, Ga.
nov 18, 1880 9 4
!gs'limoWY oF Riv. D. E. BUTLER, D.D., Pas
BOARD OF TRusTEns MIARCER UNIERSITY.
Afesesr. Rlutchineon <- Bro.-Gentlemen: We
iave used your "Neuralgine" with great sa
.isfaction. Sometimes it has give Immedi
Lte relief, at other by a soothing effect, has
brought on sleep, and then followed recov,
ary from the severeties of nervous headache.
We recommend it to our friends.
Respect fully, D. E. BUTL3R.
Dctober 2, 1879.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIANI. Easley.
THOUSANDS USE IT, WHY HIElITATE?
JoY TO TnE WoUnLD! WOMAN 18 FRES!
Among the many ediscover!cs looking to the
h appiness and amelioration of the human
race, none is entitled' to higher consideration
than Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Rtgular,
"Woman's Best Friend." By it woman is
emancipated from numberless ills peculiar to
her sex. Before its magic power all irregu
larities of the womb vanish. It curem 'whites,'
suppression of the 'menses,' and removes
uterine obstructions. It cures constipation
and strengthens the system, braces the nerves
and purities the blood. 1t never fails, as
thousands of women will thstify.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlanta, Ga.,
price $1.60 per bottle. Sold by Dr. J. W.
THOMASVIrr.E, Ga., June 28, 1877.
I have been selling Bradflld's Female Re
gulator for years, and it still cont iues pop
ular--nui evidence of its being all claimed for
it. I can recall instances in which it afforded
relief after all the u'ual remedies had failed.
S. J. CASSELS. Druggist.
as nt mcalIllstrtio oftheCatflis o th
Re4,ualyataceI b Caftarh i.i nc
cesi~ity-te pcu\a spngnsso, ebog
ootsyngthm jrnie ths fcin o cl
t'ocue~spcill b te eas isaky-ed
~thatmofa thelwostrzfom of thea and ftasaolth
OIarrh.latakdb Ctrh Termc
hea~lbth .a hppinasso heindividufals whp
it all-ec theeuer anttehfeio p/eoiarykn ao b uL
C2 FronLo &Nu, (sa Catar hbnt .o
caviet of te nose lore. This ise andr asal
gengll theunon-exigbhnnth illsa hc vitils
usav the troal andn mohe lrontalnt, (fig.
2);tis cav~ it ituatedy beateen t the nner al
heutr tabdle s of thei, i lieduawit~hacis
itmanef dnects.huuLclctn1) with ahe nasal n caie
by fesed alones. This caiyis a lasi
generatly intit ofi t catarrh t. atak-a Cin.
tensbe fotae hratdae in tler~an ofnl(igan
2)hi avbiy, psitnttin etwee acte stnger Asd
ouepasseso the rniufor, th linwt grausl
membrane, anofntwt the nasal caviiswihi otin
b uul ithtatof the. otalius com s very~
muicth tikned ostructn the free rpssago
wirthrh them.nst ofThe sctari atbkuin-oue
these fronty, aid, n er oics ig ht can
igh inie b ig row i the cue sae s
thsei intorynx (farnid orm the seau~at ofalyh
mstbstiate and dilicul frorn t of N se C
oar nly tOen s.t Theht cpod.i hs space
membusrae oflce adpsa it is which is ctonn
raos vihttof twn intl means oes hary
aigosope Itishratthm.e artou ,e gJristy
ed n rmthicks acotant veryolinfensive.'Tecy
mtrincto thy ti rowcts I the conrtant cough
the ,hawkyng (sitin,bon and seatof ling
mow ichstornat ne dicted worth oft liaseC,
trand gstOe Tyhom Whie spos inurho spe
olustrae rlcerf ;i~ s m anwhite is saee s y Ston.
ray oit thsan arn co~nsne t Prar
graves. Its erou prevalencoshoud, waristl
dand froh this clihtstan sympoms elici omps
atte nto hoa onexite whthe desfr~t cughiv
hyarekinge spiting m otorinqs an snuing
gl rtion (Pulunt the latt sprko the ~isiese
aextigusthoe? bygwhgence is emure th
The reledieseuyually mmddle-aglm(10 ht cue
maleareake arbe conigne Tounemnque
bne wfte thie, Cslitstmptos eftent neo
oftCatarr,xal oo weI llko.ingh erci er
ture, s ofinieds ad mheart, or ,hainush a dsn
goeet one arei ith conasts.r ofte (anno is
waringyto ourshad Negtren is preuatuve Catrr
Ta'r01(, thf ynegctl~ed, ma ~l el Ainto
Cosumton.fe odnaryoio raten thesel noeur
sll, Ctarte halln too volIkowa eyes, goingzo..
turs, loa inels, sdsgutngrs, and anll
consuton anpre mattirn deth. Fecno bion
arn iounfou A sthad Hayu Frfouv Catarrh n
aht neCoglect it. u ndOtrha ed
aahe fnes eore Thrat, rapndl dee inof
the aumr ass estl aryug trene teis no tame
D. trey'ecs arekarvu anerrb loure.
It t alunlife hayting endve, rekenteds 4thezb
consfortion cure of those death. merton
r ruei eAsthora Has~a Fee arrh,6 iral.
onchi or i~snant. Iti an inarh hed
ing and haesa,j ldns trri dnr ttnn
isba douce or- pos.t- naa .~tne 6rIna
VicTImp 1133:, Tux::, AND EVERYWBERa ASK,
WHERE SHALL I OBTAIt BELIEF P
hR ~3UEA CATARRE CUu2
A PUBLIO BENEFATOR.
ATLANTA, GA., May ~b 1880.
It Is indeed refreshin In these days of pa
edicine riostraw* an travelin hurtibite2'
one man who un erstands xis profehsion
oroughly, and knows a disease when he setp
It &nd.goioVAftr Jj A refqtr to. Dr. ,h Qmloy,
rt is only about two weeks since he took my
case in hand, and I an already so inuch better
that I am confident a speedy and permanent cura
is now at hand. Some dozen years since I con
traet6d a violent eold, with fever, which 19(t me
with a chronic catarrh which necessarily h a
been gettin worse yearby year, until a complele
stoppage of both nostrils, as far as breathing i&
ooncerned, had become effective six mouths pre,
vious to my treatment with Dr. GurlpyI *Aftqr
two weeks treatment I became relieved so asCo
breathe easy and free. Expectoration cease0 in
great meastire, sense of smell gradually retu n.
ed, and, in sh6rt, now feel like a newv man again,
after dragging out a miserable existencp qf a
dozen years in a vain effort to heal myself wit)i
the thousand and one vile nostrum s daily adver.
tised as a sure cure for the catarrh--not to mei-,
tion the names of doctors, called skilled in their
profession,who met vith nobettersuccesp. I write
this communication solely unsolicited and un.
known to the Doctor, and, as the headin indi
cates, entirely in the interest of the put) an4
those persons suffering as I have suffered tlrugli
this terrible disease.
To all such persons I would say, snuff, hawk,
*heeze and expectorate no more, for it's no good
but repair to Dr. Gurley's, who will give you a
vew lease of life and a hap one.
U. N. HOTCIK 1, 81 Whitehall St.
W' the undersigned, merchants and business
men of Atlanta have long beIen acquainted with
Mr. R. N. Hotchkiss, and can say is stateinent
are entitled to belief in every pal'ticular.
NAMES. PLACE OP nUSCIESS.
Cityton & Welbb, 78 Whiteha)l and SI Broad.,
P.Kiser, .77 Whitehall street.
Morgan & Co., 80 Whiteh.ill street.
B. Cleves, 71 Whitehall street.
Stewart & Fain, 61 Whitehall street.
What Eureka Catarrh Cure Is Doing
DR. J. W. GURLEY, A tlanta, Ga.:
Dear Sir-For eight or ten years I have .been
martyr to an intolerable palmi in the left side of
my face and head, my eyes beconing s0 intoler.
ant of light that I was coipeiled to Wear Uo.
quille glasses as a protectioii. I could scarcely
read flve minutes before my eves becaine so pain
ful that I was compelled to desist. My hearing
became very much imlpaired on the left side;
sense of smell almost .-one. me physicians
saidl I had catarrh, others thought it was n ntrail
gia. I had most of my teeth extracted, thinking
that would4 give relief, but noine cine. 1 useI
tarious catarrhm nostrums, w ithiout aniy becnellt.
Mly general health was giving away. I could
not bear any exposure to) damip weat her or night
air or sitting in a draught..whi clh, if I didm, would
bringr on a spell of inost intense sufrering that
would last for several days, ceasing only as a .:o
pious dIischartige woul take place, jiassing into
miy throat. While ina thi~s concliti-m I was catch
ing at everything where I thoughit, relief might
be obtaineli. Readling the Sunny b-outh, I wans
attracted to your~ Catarrh Cure by th:n manmy cer
tificates of well-k nowtn part ie' andii your- 1er
feet descriptioni of my case. A fler sonmceconmsu.
tatiolt of friendis ismtthe cityv. I dleterm ied to pilace
myself under your treatminent. One month hase
elaipsed, and I 11nd my self frce frpm lin , both
inm race and eves, hearing imaproved. &a vai the dig' -
charge so litmie that, I icel wiellI. I aty now ablec
to sit in a drauight and not feel discomfuort, or fe 1it
a return of those dreadful pains. My gratiht 'Io
is unboundedl. My prayer- is that yott miay be
equally successful with allvur mtients..
Mas. W. If. 10LL ~lA
Fort Vialley, dai.
I induced Mrs. liollingshead, who is mvv \vife's
stepimother, to try l~r. Gurley's treatment. amnd
do with pleas'ure testify to time truthfulniess of
NhAilK W. .10flNsON,
D)ealer in A gricuilt ural 11m1i-vvment,.
97 Marmie'tta street.* Atian tat ..
RELIA H LF 4COEDS ONLY
REA D TILE LIST A'ND) CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
Axes, Angers, Alum,
Brcorms, Buckets, Bridles,
Coffee, Candy, Craickers,
Dippors, IDomestics, Dar'ners,
Edgings, E-sseces, Eggs,
Fish, Flotil .Forks,
Ginger, Glass, Gimlets,
Ink, Ir'ons, JIndigo, 4
Jugs, Jars5, Joanis,
Kerosevo, Knlivo4, Knobs,
Lamps, Lanterns, Lard,
Molasses, Mucilage, Mackorol,
Nails, NotionsM, Noodles,
Oil, Onionas, Uysters,
Poncils, Pipes, Paper,
Quart Cups, Quilts,
Rasps, Razors, Rags,i
Sugar, Eonps, Shovels
Toa, T1runk'a, Tin,
Vinegar, V arnish, Vermif'uge,
Wooden Waro, Wax,
Excellent Goods, Yarns.
Zino, Mirrors and many other uses
f'ul articles, al ways on hand. Call.
If you dont see what vyou want, astk
These goods will bo" sold on most
ronsonaible termis, for Cashl or Bartor,
or on ime to prompt paying',ustom..
oct 28, 1880 (3
HOVEY & TOWNES.
WE .I1AVE A LAROE AND COMPLETE
ITAPLE AND FANCY
Would callattention to our Line of
CL)AKS, ar~d DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &c., &c.
Next Moor National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
low Tork 010thn !clng,
Dealer In Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc.
GREENV ILLE -- ... S. C.
Ma. J. RILEY FERGUSON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would bo
glad to see and accommodate till of his
Pick ens friends,
nov. 4, 1880, 7 tf.
JOBH, MOIAN & DR,!
Revival In New. Coods.
BL ACK SiLKS 85c. t o $2 25.
U3ROCkDE ni MAMASSE SiLKS and
SA TINS 00. to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SA TiNS 75c. to $1.23.
Ilenrietta Cloth, Burn, hea Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashimere de lde, Crepes, C-ih
In these gools wec mike a specialty, and
sol iea a comnpar tisoni.
Our St oek of
Drecss Goods uad Novelties
Is by far the largest nnd most. varied and
contains more reaLl G(lS than any othier
siock e' er hmo',vn by us, inoludjing LIle new
And the new aui I pooni'ar co)lors ''Gen
D'A rmng" and "Dre or ~ Wine, " with an l ele
gant line of TRIM Al INGS to matchl.
Embroidered Flanneail, ono y ard! wide.
A good qitality full regular 1t)08 iii. 20c.,
sonsidered chteap at :30c.
Matelesse Flannel, sometinga new and
T1able Linens, I oylesi and Napkins~ in new
Cloaks aund Dolmaans.
To this departmeet we cnll special at tention
Fancy Baskeas: T able Mantts, &o.
We shall be very hiappy to haVo OUr friends
J. II. MIORGAN & BRO.,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
oct 21, 1880 413 1y
J~ALLS A'TTENTION TO TilE
public that we have theo larges
WVER BROUG HT TO TIIIS MA R
cet, and we will soll them at~ 25 per'
:onlt less than any merchant South or
North of Greenivilic. Wo do till our
wn manufaicturing and savo you the
obbors profi. Pleaso give us aL calI
ebeni you vibit our city anad be con,
We also call attention tha t M R.
W ARREN FORD is in our omploy
nlonat, and( would be piensed l'or hiis
'riends to call on him.
Creenville, S. C.
L. ROTHIIlILD, Manager.
anu 12, 1880i 47 5
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