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Methodist.-Rrv. S. P. H. lwell. second
Sabbath in ea6b Month at 101 o'olook A. U.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbth at II A. X.
- Rev. J. 0 Grahia, 4th Sabbath at 8 i'. a.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh McLees, at the
Methodist Cbureb, os 4th Babbath at 11
Baptiste4Secona Churcb, Rev. W. B. Single
ten Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
Ia each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station--Rev W B
Uingleton, Pastor-Bervloes every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
There have tiean but few bright
sunny days tala year.
The slanghter of rabbits in this
section during the recent snow was
We are glad to know that the pros,
perity of the Green villo Enterprise and
Mountaineer is on the increase. It is
a good paper and deserves success.
WANTED-A smart active boy, 14
or 15 years of age to learn the print
ing business. Apply at this office.
Read the new advertisement of Mr.
E. R. Horton, Liberty, 8: C. Call on
him and be convinced, 4s you will be,
that he sells goods cheap.
Senator Hamp ton is now using a
wooden leg, an has laid aside his
Our young friend Thomas H. Boggs
returned home last week from Pough
kepsic, N. Y., where he has been at
tending Eastman Business College.
Married, on January 20th, 1881, at
the residence of the bride's father, by
Rev. S. A. Gary, Mr. M. D. Farmer to
Miss Rebecca Clardy, both of Pickens
- The school teachers in Easley
School District are requested to moot
the Board of Trustees of said Town
ahip at Easley on Saturday, the 29th
Inst., at 9 o'clock A. M.
A child tossig in its sleep indicates
worms. An army of them are at
work eating the vitala away. One
dose of Shriner's Indian Vermifugo
will destroy them and save its life.
During the ChristmaR holidays the
Revenue officers captured a barrel of
blockude whiiskey and placed it, in the
guard house at this pltco for safe
keeping. At night it. was spirited
a way by unknow. n pa t ties. WVe sups
pose they had u jolly Chriistma.:s out
Some ot the stock la w men, outsideo
01 "hog uip,'' who sign aed a peti tioni
to the Legislaturn' pr:ayinlg the exten,~
e'lo' of the law to thir section, nre
red hot bseauso the politions wor
not sent. YWhose fault was it?
On account of sickneCss Mr. 0. T.
JonesR, who was ch-eted &chool t o,
missIioner of this County at the laLst
election, was~ pi e~vent id frm qualify,
Ing w thin the time fixed by law. Hie
will no~w hatve to bc nppoinuted by the
Governor. Mr. Si ngleton holds over
tiil his successor qualifiei, bitt he
el~peakseoft rsi .ninjg ini order to tuil!
. nu engagemuent, in Georgia.
"You eannot recomnmend your Kau
quita Iind.an~ Woini Pellets too high
y ' J. F. Suilivanu, Wjalhalln, S. C.
V I ami selling -nur W orm Pellets like
'hot caken.' 'hey recomnitd them
selves." G. C. Arve, Long Creek P.
0., S.C. Excelsior Chemical Comn pa,
ny, Proprietors. For sale by Dr. J.
W. Quillian, Easley Station.
BETTEa TIMEs.-T1he .Demnocrat, New
Orleans, La., says: "Suffering among
such as have been troubled with d is
ease of kidneys and liver, has been
perceptibly better since the introduc
lien among us of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Ucure." nov 18-3m
Mr., EDIroa: Piedmiont Union will
meet at Mountain Springs church, An
derson county, on Saturday before the
fifth Sabbath in January, 1881, at 11
o'clock A. M. Introductory sermon
by Elder D. Weston IHiott. Alternate
Rev. G. M. Rogers. Missionary ser
mon by Rev. W. HI. Ray.
Some important questions to be
*By resolution of the last meeting,
the clerk is instructed to send special
invitations to each minister in the
bounds of the Union, to be present at
next meeting. You will take due
notice thereof anid govern yourselves
Jonri F. CLARDY, Clerk.
LONDON, January 21.-A dispatch from
Iluenos Ayree, dated January 20, say a tI at
Mtte Chilians have attacked and comn pletely
defeated the Peruvian army at Miraflores.
&Ien. P!ierola, President of Peru and comn.
unander-ln-ohief of the army, has fled. The
?hilians occonpied Limna, the capital, without
Tesistance on the 17th Instant.
Gent. Pierola's beether and the Peruvian
minisater of war were taken prison era. The
Peruvian loss la the battle of Chorillos is said
Ao have been 7,000 killed and 2,000 prisoners.
2,000 Peruvians were engaged in the battle
at Miroflaros. The Chillan loss in both bat
tles was heavy. The diplomatic body at Lima
have urged the ooncluslon of an armistice,
ad ask that the person of Senor Pierola be
The effleial report of the workings
of the Cincinnati Southern Railway
for the past year, under the manage
ment of the company which has leased
it, shows the earnings to bo #1,485,328;
operating expoensee $586,900; amoun t
paid city of Cinclnnati under the terms
of leasse $777'288. The stockholders
have reeied a t heir .h-ar.. *6,2.
Rev. Dr. J. If. Devotle says: "I have been
relieved by i 9f a severe attack of headache."
The following short letter from Dr. J. D.
Mitchell, a member of the Oeorgia Legisla.
ture, is a very strong endorsement:
esars. iutchineon 4 Bro.-I have used
your "Neuralgine" and find it all you claim,
a specific for neuralgia and headache.
J. D. MITCHELL, M. D.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN, Easley.
IT IS FOUND AT LAST I
SOMETHING 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, hath 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, Atlanta, Ga.;
price, $1.60 per bottle.
J ust received a large lot of Cloth.
ing, at H. C. SHIRL Y'S,
(Central, S. C.
THE BEST OFFEr YET MADEl
FOUR OF FRANK LESLIE'S PUBLICA..
TIoNS ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.50.
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 Horse and his
Diseases" a book of 100 pages, 90 fine en
gravings, free to each subscriber.
Frank Leslie's Pulpit of the Day, a 16 page
illustrated paper. Just the paper for Sindoy
reading. Price only 75 cents per year, in*
chiding two beautiful chromos. "Tie First
Easter Dawn" and ",The First, Chritnas
Or all four of the above publications for
$2.50 per year!
Samples of all of our Publications and 11
lustrated Catalogue (without premius) for
15 cents. All desirintg steca'ly and pi cottable
empiloyme'~nt should send at oince betfore their
terit ory is iaken.
Anty of the above publications sent for six
monthIs an. .-a It*rat es.
Address FRANK LESLIE P'UBI~IILlNG CO.
Ia Dey* Stre-t, New York
Sleep, Appetite and Strength
leturn when Ilostetter's Stomach hitters is
systematically used by a bilious dyspeptic
sufferer. Moreover, since the brain sym
pat hizes closely with the stomach and its as
sociate organs, the liver and the bowels, as
their derangement is reclified by the action
of the Bitters, mental despondency produced
by that derangemenit disappears.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
loguee sa T*Aur.or Oldg.Eej'mt eeesese
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CoUNTY or PICKENS.
Alfred M. McCrary et al. vs. Charity M.
Malone ot al. Defendants.
B Y virtue of a Decretal Order made in the
above stated case by lion. Thios. Thom
son, on the 11th December 1880, I will sell to
the highest bidder at Pickense Court Hlouse,
on Saleday in February 1881, dluring the
legal hours of sale,
All that Tract of Land, situate in the
County of Pickens, In the State of South
Carolina, on waters of Eastatoo a branch of
Keowee River, adjoining lands of Ambrose
Oilstrap arfd others, containing 126 Acres,
more or kss; and known as the home Place
of Alf'red McCrary.
TERMS-One-third cash, the remainder
on a credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, secured by bond and mort..
gage of the premises. Purchasers to pay ex
tra for papers.
By virtue of sundry executions to me di
rected, I will sell on ~Saleday in February,
1881, for cash, all that Pilece, or Plantation
of Land, situate In the County of Plokens, on
:e East side of the middle prong of George's
Creek, immediately above the Trap Road,
crcesing at Perry Bridge. containing Thirty
two A cres, more or less, adjoining hands of E.
T. Hlolcombe, W. HI. Hlolcombe and others.
Levid on and sold as the property of R. E.
lolcombe, at the suit of Bruff', Faulkner &
Co. Purchasers to pay for papers.
JOAJD MAULDIN, s.e.c.
jan 18.1981 l17 4
FOR TRE NEXT80DAYSI WILL
OFFER MY STOCK OF
Ready Made Clothing
AT NEW YORK COST.
Arm preparad also to offer you bargains in
many other Goods. You wflI find my Stoek
amply replenished and comple in every par
To A.rrive this Week,
100 barrels FLOUR. from $6.00 up. Caus be
beat in Greenville.
I want 1,000 bushels of CORN in next 80
days, for which I will pay the highest price.
Large lot Irish Potatoes on the road.
Parties who have not settled in full their
last year's account, will notice that, ber they
ever so good, I will not lap accounts. Be
I am Agewt for SOLUBLE PACIFIG GU
ANO and thi Celebrated Bone Bl1ack Fertili
zers, Russell Coe's Guano and Acid.
These Fertilizers can also be procured of
W. T. MoFALL, at Pickens C, 11.
1,000 pounds STEEL PLOWS at bottom
prices, to be here this week, and they want
to be sold. Also, Handled Hoes.
E. R. HORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
jan 27,1881 19 ly
RELIABLE GOODS ONLY
READ TiE LIST AND CALLON
W. T. McFALL
A xes, Augers't~ , Alumr
Bromst , lhi -ke' , BidlI
Coffeog, J and, Crocerea
D~ipporsc., D~ unti ., NIb~rel
Oi, (.ei-'l , o k,
Ginera, VGhis, Vrige,
xlet, 1G:vIIA, Ylrs
Zi Tk, IIi rosft( hn lotgo,
fu aero , z iwees onl.d . ull.
Mf oueens, bluhtge, Aanterel,
forit..os ~ ye
Pesnil Piers, fo apor-,tc
ert Rup", tfuls,
oxcit , 188 Yan6
Zine,. Mirrgan Pandf many.I O'eriuset
andul Art.ls a'lways Dfn hand. 0u011.
TO you H.o'nt ane Wa A.u Owrant, De
Thes gooads each of ' youar heeb sms
or onieadrre to promperpayin com,
erai. nti cin whipchful, nth
offie oftae Cek oth CroCmmna
PlNa freCOU Ty and COMMON aboEAed
coFmornlaintesbibes at hei o'friane
o J.i H.t'rint atins . A. O'Bria, withi
twentydats afte thstion: ftissmm
uoUadeho you, exlsieofte herebyuc sum
vic:ond and rquird to answer the i com,
plaint win th atimeonewhidhied iantihe
wfil appl toCeo the Court ofdmn Commint
youa for the Cut an Sta0 ity dar named
inteed tereaop fryourawrt the sa o )tide
A.omp8lant the ratecrfbsrsentjtheir office
oManreatPickensC.C. H. . C., within, ).180
Tkenoticfetht sevie hi summonss c
tioe n, of youth firetonsh ai comt
gether withi the cimplfoain theintfied
wilapy theo ofthe Clerk ofr judgment against
yon folteasm o ($0) oxty adolae onith
Picken day of . December A, D. 1880.
BL~YTHlE & rlARRETT,
HOVEY & TOWNES.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STAPLE AND FANCY
Would call. attenuionto our Line of
CLOA KS, ard DOLMA NS,
TRUNKS, &c., &a.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
Now York clothing Ioae,
Dealer In Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Eto.
GREENVILLE.- -.. S. C
Ma. J. RILEY FERGUSON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to see and accommodate all of his
nov.4, 1880, 7 . if.
3. H. MORIAN & DR,
Ievival In New Goods.
PLACK 8'1LN'C 85c. to $2 26.
UlCD and MAMASSE SILK8 and
SATINS 90ec. to 51.73.
BLA('K nnd FANCY SATINS 75c. t) $1.25.
Ii enri eu a ('lot bi, B. ratheia Cloth, Crepe.
'ha bs, 'Iah mer.e de l'hIde, Crepes, Cash
Ii n i urse 4'Qo) 18 we make a specialty, and
Is by rn, the lI: i'q und mt v aried and
e-inuu m i'0ore real G08 t .1hani any other
'e er w.h. n by usI, including the new
M. 33arie Plaids
And~ n liev aV:td popuilar colors "'Gen
D'.\ r:i/' an. ri l of Wine,'' with an ele
gat u ! 1f f \l.\l 1NGS to mnatch.3
l~1:mbrahlete d Phennel, one yard wide.
A good qinaliy ful l regular 1108E at 20c.,
(urn.:ered come.& at 80c.
'Ehi'lesee Futunel, something new and
. T;able Ldneus, Doyles and Napkin, in new
(CJoaks anid Dolaans,
To this dieatrt ment we call special attention
Fantcy lUasets. Table Miatts, &c.
We abtall be very happy to have our friends
J. H. MORGAN d& RRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oct 21, 1880) 48 ly
CALLS ATTENTION TO THR
public that we havo the larges
EVER BRO)UGHlT TO TIlS MAR
ket, and we will sell them at 25 per
cent, less than any mer'chant South or
North of Greenville. We do all our
own manufacturing and save you the
jobbers profit. Please give us a call
when you visit our city and be con,
We also call attention that MR.
W A lREN FORD is in our employ
ment and would be pleased for his
friends to call on him..
ereenville, U. C.
L. RtOTEISCH ILD, Manager.
aui 12. 1880 47 5m
SCIENCE vs. EPILEPSY I
D@C'i MaIs t qUACK! ?
A LEADING LONDON PHYSICIAN ESTAB
LISHES AN OFFICE IN NEW YORK
FOR THE CURE OF EPILEPTIC FITS.
[ nom Am. Journal of Medicine.)
Dr. Ab. MHserele (late of London), who makes
a specialty of Epilepsy, has without doubt
treated and cured more cases than any living
physician. His success has simply been, as.
tonishing; we have heard of cases of over 20
years' standing, successfully cured by him.
He has pubished a valuable work on this dis
ease, which he sends with a large bottle of
his wonderful cure free to any suffererwlho
way send their expiess and P. 0. address.
We advise anyone risbizg a ente to address
Dr. AB. MESEROLE, No. 96 John street,
PLAYS I PLATS PLAYS! PLAYSI
For Reading Clubs, for Amateur Theatri
cals, Temperance Plays, Drawing Room Plays,
Fairy Plays, Ethiopian Plays, Guide Books,
speakers, Pantomimes, Tableaux Lights, Mng
nesium Lights, Colored Fire, Burnt Cork,
Theatrtcal Face Preparations, Jarloy's Wax
Works, Wigs, Beards and Mustaches at re
duced prices. Costumes, Scenery, Charades.
New catalogues sent free contarining full des
criptions and prices. SAMUEL FRENcH &
SON, 38 E. 14th street, New York.
A YEAR AND XPEN9
to agents. Outfit Free. Ad..
dress P. 0. VICKERY,
oct 21, 1880 5 4
A DVERTISERS by addressing CEO. P.
ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce street, New
York, can learn the exact cost of any proposed
line of ADVIRTISING in American Newspapers.
A&100-page Pamphlet; 26.
jan 20, 1881 17 8
INDIAN VURIFUGE to
destrey ad expel worns
frem the human body
where they exist, ir use
aseeordig to the diree.
tiens. it is a safe and re.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E. Foutz, Prop.
___3. aMz, MD.
low L ast, flow Riestored.
J UST published, a new edition of DR. CUL
e VRWVELL'S Celebrated Essay on the
Radical cure of 8p ermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, lIm
potency, Mental and Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, etc., also Con
sumption, Epi'.epsy, and Fits; induceli by
self-inidulgene or sexual extravagance, &c.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly drmonstrates, from a thirty
years'auccessful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured; pointing out a mode of cure simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what. his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privat ely
26 This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land,
Sent. under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt ofsix cents
or t wo postage stamps.
Adidress the Publishers,
TilE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann Si., New York; Postoffice Box, 4586
ap 1, 1880 28 ly
Mt ar a an an a imedat
times in mey al isese to ce hafe ani
dol for all Malarial Poison. Price,2So, a box.
Neur& Prevents Epff t Fsand is the
shoe a and other oaig.~trelee tn pan
of al ieases, and ta neve njrios to the
tw ie;prices, o.
A R 33sold by Drugglsts
a 8 and Dealoe sA
O v wwhere.
>LHH.WARNEXR & CO.,
- n fo nPamphlet
Greatest Wheel of the Age,
For Salo by
THIOS. W. D)AVIS,
Greenville. s. C.
ALSO, EEALER IN STEAM EN
GINES, SAW MILLS, COTTON
GIN PRESSES, SEWING MA.
aug 12. 19RO 47 ..
J. 8. CoTsaAN, 1 M. F. AwssI f J E Bot
Abbeville 8. 0. j Greenville, 8 C Pches8 0
COTHRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PICOUNB 0. E., S. C.
Office in the Court House. Prompt
attention given to all business en..
trusted to them.
dec 9, 1880 12
R. A. CHILD,
A TTORNrY 4 CO UNSEL OR A TF LA W7
P I C K E N S C. U. S. C.,
Will Practice In all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the Dix
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requirin'git able Attorneys will be
associated with me.
jan 0 1881 10
Atlanta & ChatlotteAir Line Railway'
ATLANTA GA., January 10. 1881.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will rus
on this Road as follows:
DAY PA4SiNGER TaA IN.
Arrive at Greenville at 10 42 a m
Leave Greenville at 10 43 a m
Arrive at Greenville at 6 34 p m
Leave Greenville at 6 35 p M
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Arrive at 0Geenville at 10 19 p
Leave Greenville at 10 24 p u
Arrive at Greenville at 5 18 a III
Leave Greenviffe at 6 25 a 'u
LOCAL FnKlohIT TUAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 7 6? a in
Leave Greenville at I) 2-5 a ti
Arrive at Greenville at 4 15 p KM
Leave Oreenville at 4 55 y .m
TlHIOUGHI FRaJ~oHT Tn.A1N.
(East wr d.)
Arrive at Greanvill I 2:-> a in
Leave Greenville at7~ . I e a in
Arrive at Greenville at V 11 10 p in
Leave Gireenville at il $3 p w
Connecting at Atlanta for nil points West
Connecting at Charlotte for all Eastern
TJhroughi Tickets on sole at Gainesville~
Seneca City, Greenville and Spartanburg te'
all peiifts East. and West.
G. J. FORIEAORN
W. J Houston, Gen'l l'ass. & 'Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia 11 R
CHANGE OF SCU!EDLE,
On and after Miondaiy, D)ec. 27th. 1889, the
Passenger Trains over* the Greecvillu and
Columbia Railroad will be run daily, Sun.
Leave columbia at iil 50-a mn
Leave Alston at 1 0)0 p~ m
Leave Newberry at I 65 p ta
Leave Ildges at 4 25 p in
Leave Belton at 6 88 p mn
Arrive at Greenville at ti 66 p in
Leave Greenville at. 10) 52 a in
Leave Belton at 12 l.! p la
Leave Hodges at 1 24 p im
Lneave New berry at 4 05 pm
Leave A1ston at 5 01 p in
Arrive at Columbia at 6 10 p m
Leave Newberry at 1 ~ n42
Arrive at. Laurens C HI 1 0pni7')pi
Leave Laurens7 1 m1JOpn
Arrive at Newberry 6aii83 m
Leave Hodges ait480 i
Arrive a t A bbeville 5i
Leave Aibbeville 28)lfi
Andersn Brach an 00la 4~dy 25 p
Leave Betoa at 8 00p
Leave Andrson5atm It35 p m.
LeavePerryille4 20 p m
LeaveSenec at6 87 p m
Arrive at Hodgesl 8 U5 pm
adeo Wandmalala as flowa
Leave Belteonat iIla
Leave Andersonl at100a
Leave Pendleton t 04
Ative aSeeca at j
up ad dwn ay assng Trinson t6i s
onrive aWl altla Col08i andAugs
lrad, Wandll at 9ifnwt h tri 5 oa I
Learet eaatg U1on0 Coumi Rirai
eAv. Penernal Ti0ket0Aa
Leave dro A T TLE P 2WD a 3
AWirive a Blo arten le m;; y
Upo nd~ dwn cTrains Con e'.T* the ori Lu te
mae closs conection a lub i with
up and own da pasng rins on t*iur
Sout' Caoiadiroan wipeth t he51 throu
Freight Powdna. with Paorssenger Cuartitcet
on ete Wmntone columb and Auguesowr
Ranld, anawesoewtt.etrn o
Sport'nbur, Union and o rv luma Railr
A.PoA, GeneralTiceM gvyent~
a, Fots' Powd[r are W.e WIL1n, tno