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Methodist.-Rev. a. P. H. Etwell. second
Uabbath in each month at 10f o'clock A. U.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. N.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the
Metbodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
*'eleok a. a
Baptist-8econa Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ten Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B
Singleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath
aad Saturday before.
Mrs. Elisa Boggs and Mr. .. B.
Clyde have recently moved their famu,
lies to our town.
CUTTING AiraAY.-Mr. William W.
Freeman and Mr. John Entrekin got
into a difficulty last week in which
both used their knives. Mr. Entrekin
was slightly cut in the abdomen and
Freeman in the hand. We know
nothing about the origin of the diffi..
A child's greatest enemy is worms.
Who can calculate the misery and
suffering a child has to endure who is
infested with worms? Shriner's In.
dian Vermifuge will destroy and ex -
pal worms from 'both children and
adults. Only 25 cents a bottle.
Sno.-We are informed that Mr.
H. E. Mull, of this County, was shot
by his own son during the Christmas
holidays. The ball entered the left
breast near the region of the heart,
but fortunately struck a rib and fol..
lowed it around, preventing, proba
bly, instant death. We know noth
ing of the origin of the trouble. The
iast we heard from Mr. Mull was to
the effect ihat he was doing well and
was able to walk about.
Mr. J. A. Stewart brought to this
office on last Monday morning the
loot of a red fox which he killed on
Saturday last. He and others were
out deer driving on Little River in
Oconee County, when the dogs jump
ed the fox and ran it from about, nine
o'clock in the morning until about an
hour by sun-in the evening, when Mr.
Stewart shot and killed it,. le in
forms us that it would have weighed
12 or 14 pounds and wais the largest
fox he ever saw.
Married, on Thursday December 16,
1880, by 1lev. W. B. Singleton Mr
Walker Williams to AMi.s Alice Jonos,
d1aughlter of Mr. Leander J ones, all ol
Married, on December' 30th, 1880,
by R1ev. WV. B. Singleton, Mr. P. S
King to Miss Miary B. Miller, all of
Ala. EDITon: A t the recent, meeting
of the County Board of Examiners the
fo llow~ing genitlemen.,i were L'ppjointCed
Eaisley Tlow niship, N o. t--O. S Ilt,
A . 11. 11. al tion a nd L. A . Berry.
Ljiberty Township, No. 2.-WY. K.
b. ~BRogg., M. P. liger~s and S D Stew
Central Towntship, No. 3.-J. II.
New ton, TV. C. Ro~binsona and E'. 11.
Ilurricane Tow~'nshi p, N o. 4.-T. WV.
Pickens U IL. Township, No. 5.
WV. B. Aligood, Olin L. Durant., A. E.
Dacuisviilo Townshlip, No. 6.-G. F.
q I.Robinsoni, J. U. Alexander and WV. T.
Puampkintown Towntsip, No. 7.
13. D. Gatlloway, A. B. Palley aand P.
Eastatoo Townsbip, No. 8.-J. M.
Porter., A. A. Alexander and Thos. N.
.Let the above meet at their respec
tive voting places on Thursday. the
20th of' January' instant, and organize
and make ready to open the schools at
as early a date as possible. By order
of the Board.
G. W. SINGLETONI, So0.
The Old North State.
Governor Jarvis of North Carolina in his
annual message speaks in warm terms of the
relations existing between the blacks and
whites and says: "The colored people, I am
* glad to say, are becoming more industrious
lHe favors a greater provision for public
echools, and recommends putting tile school
tax at, 25 cents on the $100 worth of prop.
erty. Of convicts lhe says: "The entire num
ber on October 80 was 990, which is consid
erably less than at the close of any of the
three previous years. The workings of the
systent are satisfactory." lie speaks hope,.
fully of the prospects of increased immigra..
lion, and refers with approval to the scheme
Io utilize railroad grants and adjuncts to
s'oads. Hie takes ground in favor of the pro
Mibition movement, and recommends appro
g?'iadeons for centennial celebrat ions.
Kauqaait~a Indian Worm Pellets are
that combination that is suited to
aill ages, and the smallest child can
* take thoem. with safety. Try them
and be convinced. Price, 10 and 25
cenlts per box. For sale by J. W.
Quillian, Easley, S. C.
Nice lot of Christmas Goods at
Uagood, Alexander & Co's.
If you want a Suit of Clothes for
Christmas, go to Hagood, Alexander
UWT TEIa TIMS.-The .Democrat, Now
,Orleans, La., says: "Suffering among
such as have been troubled with dis
ease of kidneys and liver, has been
pejirceptibly better since the intr'oduc-'
lien among us of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver (icure.'' nov 18-3m
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at il. C. SBIRaY'S,
Central, S. U.
Now is the time to got Bargains in
Goods at Hagood. Alexander JA (Xw.
Rev. Dr. j. n. Devotle says: "I have been
relieved by it of a severe attack of headache."
The following short letter from Dr. J. D.
Mitehell, a member of the Georgia Legisla.
ture, Is a very strong endorsement:
-Mesrs. llutchinson * Bro.- have used
your "Neuralglne" and find it all you claim,
a specifio for neuralgia and headache.
J. D. MITCHELL, M. D.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN, Easley.
IT IS FOUND AT LASTI
SouguTHixo NEw UNDER THE SUN.-A new
era is dawning upon woman. Hitherto she
has been called upon to suffer the ills of man
kind and her own besides. The frequent and
distressing irregularities peculiar to her sex
have long been to her the "direful spring of
woes unnumbered." In the mansion of the
rich and hovel of poverty alike woman has
been the constant yet patient victim of a
thousand ills unknown to man-and without
a remedy. "Oh Lord, how long!" in the
agony of her soul, bath she cried. But now
the hour of her redemption is come. She
will suffer no more, for Bradfield's Female
Regulator, "Woman's Best Friend," is for
sale by Dr. J. W. Quillian, Easley Station.
Prepared by DP. J. Bradfield, A tlanta, Ga.;
price, $1.50 per bottle.
JPickemna High School.
FIRST SESSION begins 10th January,
TUITION PER sEssIoN or 20 wEEKs.
In Primary Class, $ 6 25
In Intermediate Class, 7 60
In Preparatory Class, 10 00
No charge for tuition during Free School
For particulars, address the Principal.
JAMES P. CARY,
Pickens C. H., S. C.
Jan 6, 1881 15 tf
THE BEST OFFER YET MADEl
FOUR OF FRANK LESLIE'S PUBLICA.,
TIONS ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.60.
The Frank Leslie Publishing Co., 16 Dey
street, New York, will send FRANK LES
LIE'S FAMILY FRIEND, a 16-page illustra.
ted paper, for only $1.00 per year.
Frank Leslie's Young Folks, devoted to the
interest of young people, and containing
much to interest those of a more mature age:
a 16-page illustrated paper. Price, per year
Frank Leslie's National Agriculturist and
Working Farmer, a 16-page illustrated paper,
for only $1.00 per year, with Dr. B. J. Ken
dall's eminent "Trealise on the llorse and his
Diseases" a book of 100 pages, 90 flne en
gravings, free to each subscriber.
I rank Leslie's Pulpit, of the Day, a 16-page
illustruted paper. Just the paper for Sunday
reading. Price only 75 cents per year, in
cluding two beautiful chromnos, "The First
Easier Dawn" and "The First Christm as
(Or a:l four of the above publications for
$2.50 per year!
Samples of all of our Publications and II
lustrated Catalogue (withbout premiums) for
15 cents. All dlesirinlg steady and profitable
employme'nt should send at once before their
teritory is taken.
Any of the abjove publications sent for six
months at half rates.
Address FR.ANK LESLIE PUBLISH ING CO.
15 Dey Stre-t, New York
Sleep, Appetite and Strength
(Return when Hlostetter's Stomach Bitters Is
systematically used by a bilious dyspeptic
sufferer. Moreover, since the brain sym-.
pathizes closely with the stomach and its as
sociate organs, the liver and the bowels, as
their derangement is rectified by the action
of the Bitters, mental dlespondency produced
by that deraugement disappears.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
Alfred M. McCrary et al. vs. Charity M.
Malone et al. Defendants.
1)Y virtue of a Decretal Order made in the
1)above stated case by lion. Thou. Thom
son, on the 11th~ December 1880, I will sell to
the highest bidder at Pickerns Court House,
on Saleday in February 1881, dluring the
legal hours of Rate,
All that Tract of Lan'.l, situate in the
County of Pickens, in the State of South
Carolina, on waters of Eastatoe a branch of
Keowee River, adjoining lands of Ambrose
Giietrap and others, containing 126 Acres,
more or lees; and known as the home Place
of Alfred Mcfrary.
TERMS-One-third cash, the remainder
on a credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, secured by bonid and mort.
gage of the premisca. Putrchasers to pay ex
tra for papers.
By virtue of sundry executiono to me d'.
rected, 1 will sell on Saleltay in February,
1881, for cash, all that Piece, or Plantation
of Land, sit unte in the County of Pickens, on
the East side of the middle prong of George's
Creek, immediately above the Trap Itoad,
crossing at Perry Bridge, containing Thirty.
two Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of E.
T. Hiolcombe, W. HI. Hlolcombe and others.
Levid on and sold as thle property of Rt. E.
Hiolcombe, at the suit of Bruff, Faulkner &
Co. Purchasers t o pay for papers.
JOAJB M AU LDIN, s P.o.
Jan 18,.1881 17 4
READ THE LIST AND CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
Axes, Augers, Alum,
Brooms, Buckets, Bridles,
Coffee, Candy, Crackers,
Dippers, Domestics, Darners,
Edgings, Essences, Eggp,
Fish, Flour, Forks,
Ginger, Glass, Gimlet@,
Hote, Rames, Hoes,
Ink, Irons, Indigo,
Jugs, Jars, Jeans,
Kerosene, Knives, Knobs,
Lamps, Lanterns, Lard,
Molasses, Mucilage, Mackerel,
Nails, Notions, Needles,
Oil, Onions, Oysters,
Pencils, Pipes, Paper,
Quart Cups, Quilts,
Rasps, Razors, Rags,
Sugar, Soaps, Shovels
Tea, Trunks, Tin,
Vinegar, Varnish, Vermifuge,
Wooden Ware, Wax,
Excellent Goods, Yarns.
Zinc, Mirrors and many other uso
ful articles, always on hand. Call.
If you dont see what Iyou want, ask
These goods will be: sold on most
reasonable terms, for Cash or Barter,
or on timo to prompt plyingc-uston,
WV. T. MeFAILL.
oct 28, 1880 6
THlE owL FACED FOR WHOM
I offered a rewaird and who was found
shoveling mud 1for the Garfld boom
has boeni recovered, and ho has re
vcaled to me the fact that while shov
eling mud lhe discovered a rich vcin
of-Lime and one of' Salt. 1lhave had
Onec t'ar JLoad Limne, aund
One Car Load Salt,
Dug fnnd shipped, and 1 just want en
ougrh now from mny friends to pay the
expenses at $1 per bbl. for the Lime,
and 41.I0 per sack for fine ground
Alum Liverpool Salt.
I ami this week receiving my seond
installment of WVoolin Goode-you
will find fully replenished, and prices
still lower than before. Another large
lot of Printa at 5 cents per yzard.
I am determined to bring trade to
my store; and knowv of no wayL3 to atCs
conmplish thuis, except to make my
profits na short s p)ossible.
Six Sacks Coffee and 75 bbIa. Flour
just~ arrived, and they mfust be sold.
Try mue on your' wny to Greenville,
and if you are buying intelligently
anid know prices in Greenville, you
will not go.
Beadsteads at 62.00-al ways one
After this week, parties owmag me,
who have made no satisfactory pr'
rangement, may expect an officer. I
can not afford to come to see you.
pay up and save trouble.
E. R. HORTOlN.
-L iberty, S. C.
sep 23,1880 0 2m
17Q JDS BEST 1
as.dPrice.. okfee Ola wsuoes exteste BeJ
DAvioDx LART T SONS,PmrAD.,PA.
JULIUS E. BOGGS,
ATTORNEY AND Ct)UNSELOR AT LAW,
PICE2NS C. H., S. C.
Office in the Court IIouso. Prompt
attention given to all business en
trusted to him.
dec 9, 1880 12
destryand expel Wormsf
from theb h . n body1
where they exist. If used
seeording to the diree
tions. It is a ste end te.
FOE SALE BY ALL DRU6STS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E. Foutz, Prop.
HOVEY & TOWNES.
WB HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STAPLE AND FANCY
Would callattentionito our Line'of
CLOAKS, ard DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &o., &o.
Next Door National Bank.
nov11,1880 8 2m
low Tork C1otIha !?aue,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Eto.
GREENVILLE S.- - . C.
MR. J. RILEY FERGUSON, oi Pic'gens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to see and accommodate all of his
nov. 4, 1880, 7 tf.
J. 1l MOmAN& DflO.
Revival in New Goods.
BL ACK S1LKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADB and MAMASSE BILKS and
SA TINS 90c. to $1.75.
BL ACK and FANCY SATIN9 75o. to $1.25.
lienrietta Cloth, Bairathea Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere de l'nde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we make a specialty, and
solicit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods aund NoveltIes
Is by far thio largest and most varied and
contains more real GEMNS than any other
stock e' er shown by us, including the new
St. Marie Plaida
And the new and. poonlar colors "Glen
D'Arme" and "Dregn of Wine," with an ele
gant line of TR[M MINGS uto match.
Embroidered Flainnel, one yard wide.
A good quality full rgular ilOSE at 20c.,
considered cheap atj30o
Metelesse Flannel, something new and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins In new
Cloaks anid Dolmaans.
To this department we call special attention
Fancy Bask eta, T able Matt s, &c.
We shall be very happy to have our friends
J. H, MOR(GAN & BRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oot 21,1880 48 ly
CALLS ATTENTION TO THlE
public Lbhat we have the larges
EVFRt BRtOUGHT TO THIS MA R,
kot, and we will sell them at 25 per
cent les~s thant any mierchant Sout~h or
North of Grcenvillo. We do all our
own mnanuf'acturing and savo you the
jobbersi pr'ofit,. Pleaso give us a call
when y'ou vibit our city and be con-,
We also call attention that MR.
W A lllEN FORtD is in ourz employ
ment, and would bo pleased fo.r huis
frienids to call oni him.
Creenville, M. C.
L. ItOTilSCHILD, Managor,
nui 12, 1880 47 6,
A Household Need.
Send 8-cent stamp for 80-pap Book on
"The Liver, its Diseases and
INCLUDING MALARIAL TROUBLES, &c.
Address DR. SANFORD,
162 Broadway, New York.
Suffering from any form of Chronic Disease,
send for our List of Questions to answer, and
reeeive by return mail our candid diagnosis
prognoises and cost of treatment.
DRS. GREEN and OATCHELL,
Charlotte, N. C.
A YEAR AND EXPENSES
to agents. Outfit Free. Ad.,
dress P. 0. VIQKERY,
oct 21, 1880 5 4
A DVERTISERS send for our Select List of
Local lNewspapers. Ceo. P. Rowell &
Co.. 10 Spruce street, New York.
dec 28, 1880 14 4
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is 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.
dec 9, 1880 12 5
Patents for Inventions.
E. W. ANDERSON. J. C. SMITH.
ANDRSON & SMJTH,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Seventh-St.
Opposite the United States Patent
Offiee, Washington, D. C.
No fee for prelimiary examination.
No fee unless patent i allowed.
Fees less.than thoso of any other
Practice in the U. S. Patent Office,
U. S. Supreme Court, and District
Correspondence solicited and no
charge made for advice
Books of information",sent free of
Reference furnished upon request.
oct 14, 4 3m
low L ast, Iow N estoreD.
J UST pnhlished, a new edition of DR. CUL
VE RWEL4L'S Celebrated Essay on the
Radical cure of Sp ermnatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Im
potency, Mental and Phytuical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, etc., also Con
sumption, Epilepsy, and Fs;induce-I by
self-indulrenc or sexual extravaganice, &C.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly drmonstrates, from a thirty
years'successtful pr actice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured; pointing out a mode of cure simple,
certain, andt effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure h imself cheaply, privately
Egh This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every moan in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents
or two postage stamps.
Address the Publishers,
THE CULVERWEL~L MEDICAL Co.,
41 Ann St., New York; Postoffice Box, 4586
ap 1. 1880 28 ly
or veget*almen eato i thes oder s roo
Fenre thle wodfo rlte' eaDfrIa
andsLane cALLrey Lvr
U~Tstmotas afh hge ore ne-oo
of thc UR oEndesar sl
W :or tereo Dibyt cl or Wsa
UUiothe Ure ofaih' nd te oters
rieae allfo Wmwarin f Me dcne
3 5~8end or Pamphlet
Greates~t WVheel of tlee Age,
For Salo by
TITOS. W. D)AVIS,
Greenaville. N. C.
ALSO, 1uEALEIt IN STEAM EN
GIN ES, SAW. MIIblo, COTTION
GIN l'imESS)ES, SEWING MA.
aug 12, 1880 47 Li
CHAB. P. BARRETT,
ATTORNEY * COUNSELOR ATLAW.
PICKENS C. L1., S. C.
(Office in Mehool Commisioner's O0ice)
Will praet!. In the State sand Federj
sept 26, 1879 2 t
JAMES L. oR, JOHN 8. VERNER
Anderson, 8. G. Walhalla, 8. C.
A TTORNEY$ CO UNSEL ORS A T L A W
Will give prompt attention to aft busines:i
left to their care with Maj. D. F. BRADLEY
;P1CKENS 0. IL, 8. C.
Feb 6, 1879 21 itf
R. A. CRTD,
ATTORNYI 4- COUNSELOR AT LA W,
PICKENS C. I. S.C.,
Will Practicoin all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it able Attorneys will bl
associated with me.
jan 6 1881 16
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
PASSENGER DEPA RTMENT.
ATLANTA GA., November 7. 1880.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will rurA
on this Road as follows:
DAY PASSaNOER TRAIN,
Arrive at Ensley at 10 236 a nl
Leave Easley at 10 37 a vm
Arrive at Easley at 5 .17 p m
Leave Easley at 5 17 p m
NI0UT PARSENGER TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at 10 10pm
Leave Easley at 10 ii y1,1
Arrive at Easley at 5 09 a i
Leave Easley a, b 10 a I
LOCAL FREIHT TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at Z0 at i
Leave Easley at t 00 a i
Arrive at Ensley at v 26 p
Leave Easley at 6 3 p m
THRMOUGH FRB1GnTr TIt.\lN.
Arrive at Easley at. to ;;s p
Leav. Easley at l o :8 y ,
Arrive at Easley at 1 2 2-~ p mI
Leave Easley ni- I2 25 p mi
Connecting at Atlanta for al pointsM nest
Connecting at Charlotte for all E>:.t err
Through Tickets on saile at (aines'ville~
Beneca City, Greenville and Spirt ainburg 3
all points ?zastand West.
(.. J. FOREAGIU.
W. J llousiton, Gen'l Pass. & 'Ticket Ageni
Greenville & Columbia R IE
CilANGE OF 8CJ1EDULE,
On and after Monday, .May 17 hl. 1880, ti
Passenger~ Trains over the Green1ville an
Columbia RailIroad will be r*tun dai ly, Suri
Leave columbia at 0l
Leaye Alston at. I ~
Leavye Newberry atI25\.
Leave Hiodge.s at 3
Leave Belton at Is
Arrive at Gireenville at e 0j
Leave G reenville at itri.
Leave lielton at97 a
Leave hlodges at I 7,,
aueave Newberry at t 8
Leave Alston at 'tpm
Arrive at Colunmbiaii at0
Anderson Bran ch and. Ilue Ridge h'. l
Daily, ex cept Suinlys, bet w ece B ehi ,
Anderson andl walhalla, as follows,
Leave Beltona at ('> 00 Ilm
Leave Anderson at ' 5 18 p m
Leave Pendleton at G i p mi
Leave Perryville 2 p mn
Leave Senoca at*o
Arrive at Waihalla 8 3
Leave Walhalla at ;, ,
Leave Seneca at ;, a mt
Leave Perry ville at , 65 a m
Leave Petileton at 6 8 a mn
Leave tAnder son at 740 a r.
At rive at. flelton at 8 I ii a m
Lautrens Branch TIrains~ lesi e ,:nrea,. i.
Hi. at i 30 a m and leave New berry at 3 00
p mn dalily except Sundays.
Abbeville Bianch TIratin connee Ci s at IIodIg,
e's with (dowr.nn niultp train daiily, .samIlayaI
excepted. iIIve Abbeville at 9 10) a mi; .crave
ntodges at 3 410 p mn
Up and down Trains on1 thle main stem
make clo~se connection at Columia with Ii ho
uip and down day passengert Trains on t ho
Sonuth Carol ia B ailroad anid wit hi I hie ironig hi
Freighit Trai ns. withI P'asseniger* 'ar at tachedo
on t he Wilniington, C'olumia ani d A~ ugus t ia
[RailIroad, nn md at Al1st on wih th1le trn o. U~(f thIe:
Spairtaiburig, U'nion and Coulumbi aih lr ond
for lJnion, Spartanbuirg, Ucudesonville)
J1 Wt F ity,
J P ME.RVnrrT, Master Tratnsportaitioni
JAn az NonToN, Jr., General T1icket A gent
HORSE AND OATTLE POWDERS
Vr111 oure or prevent Dineae.
No Iloes will d11e o f Cotro, Jlo-r1e or Lr'G 7g.
vRa, if Fontt's Powders are needt in Linw'..
Foutr's P'owders will prevent (GAC Eas In o iag
Fohutz's Powders will innrease the (Ilnnity of ;rust
and cream twenty per oent., and snake the boitber (irm
Fo.tz' Powders will care or provent almoit uvuar
Dresasato whtich horses and G(ie aro ruhJoect.
Fourrz's Po0wD338 wILL Srv5 flA-r'IaFAOTIoJ.
Sold every where. - --
DAVID N. FOUTE. Pro~rietor,
. For siale by Dr.' J. W. tQUTLLI.\A~ Lsic