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Methodist.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second
Sabbath in each month at 101 o'clock A. U.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. X.
Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x.
Presbyterian--Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
e'oleek a. m
Baptibt,-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ton Pastor, lst Sabbath and Saturday before
ia each month st 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B
Singleton, Pastor-ervlcos every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
The Governor has .,appointed 0. T.
Jones, School Commissioner of this
County. As stated by us last week,
Mr. Jones was prevented by sickness
from qualifying within the time fixed!
by law, and it became ndcessary for
him to be appointed by the Governor.
NOTIOE.-A due bill given to D. F.
Bradley & Co., by J. F. IHen,
dricks for eleven dollars, dated July
23, 1877, has been misplaced or lost.
All persons are hreby forewarned not
to trade for said due bill.
D. F. BRADLEY & Co.
BETTER TxiMEs.-The Democrat, New
Orleans, La., says: "Suffering among
wuch as have been troubled with dis
ease of kidneys and liver, has been
perceptibly better since the introduc
tien among us of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Ccure.'' nov 18-3m
Kauquita Indian Worm Pellets are
purgative within themselves, and neI
not be followed with castor oil or
salts, being superior in that respect to
any worm confection over offered.
Price, 10 and 25 cents per box. For
sale by Dr. J. W. Quillian, Easloy
A delicate child is more subject to
worms than a healthy one, as in the
economy of naturn, one animal is
made to subsist upon another. and the
weaker goes down. At the first in,
dication of worms adninister Shriner's
Inditan Verinifugo the infdible reio
E8.3APE OF CoNvICTs.-On Wednes
day nighi. ol last week (26th ulIt.) five
conviets mado good their ceapo from
the stockade of the A tIlantic and'
French Broad Railroad. From whlat.
we learn about the manner I of ecaCIpe
it aippours to have bieen due entirely
to gross neigligenice ont the part of the
guarid w ho at t he timen ha:id them
iulor charigo. TJhiis makes elev'en out
of filty', wvho hafle c ('ped'( Irloml t he
Compiany 2dince they commieniced
work, andI( in every) instance( it hias
bieen the inutlt of those who hatd thm
un der ch arge. We ask the B hard of
Di rectors to make a(C thiorough intves,
t igation of' all the ecapos, an pil lace
t he fauilt, numniitakably where it beos
too) commonUG, a nd1 s!ch steps9 as will
put a stop) to it, in the f utuirt, shIouldi
be at onco takeni by the Beard of Di
Just received a large lot of' Cloth
ing, at II. C. SHIRLEY's,
________ Central, S. C.
The new Council qualified and en.
tered upon their duties on the 17th
instant, says the Laurensvillo H~erald.
The bar-rooms were closed on same
day. A foew of the devotees of Bac,
chus took a few faroevll "smiles"
during the last hours of his reign, and
gave up the ghost. Thus, we are
freed from the curse of the ru m shop,
we fondly trust, forever.
Captain W. E. 1harlo, formerly of
Greenville, but who is now residing
in Washington, was married in Fhila
dolpin, on the 12th instant, to Mrs.
Mary Orr Prevost, daughter of Ex..
The PeIsor Manufacturing Compa
ny who propose to build a cotton
fiactory on Saluda River, near
Williamston, have opened books of
subscription. The capital stock is to
be $400,000, and within a short timo
after the books were opened, 8800,O0
of the amount was taken. The other
$100,000 will be raised without any
trouble. This is evidence that there
aM plenty of capital in our State to
build manufactorics, and that it will
bo freely invested where an honest
effort is made to obtain it. Thuis is
no Columbia Canal swindle.
The body of a female mnfant' was
found in the pond of the lower Cam..
perdown mill, says the Greenville
Advertiser, at the head of the race,
, on last Friday morning. The coro
ner hold an Inquest over it, but no
evidence 4s to how it came there was8
adduced. Dr. Thompson testified thiat
it had been in the water so long that
he was unable to tell whether it had
ever breathed, or not. Foul play on
$.hn nnet nf Inmcbady.
Messr. lutchinson d' Bro.-It is with:real
pleasures that I add my testimony to the
great virtues of your "Neuralgine" as a spe
oific for neuralgia and headaclie. Such a
remedy is a blessing, and all sufferers should
keep it on hand.
J, I. 1IDOF.LY,
136 Cathedral street, Baltimore.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN, Easley.
IT IS A WELL KNOWN FACT
among physicians that Buchu Juniper and
Parera Brava in combination are the best re
medies in the world for any disease of the
Bladder or Kidneys, and that not less than
one half of the human family, both male and
female, suffer from derangement of those or
gans. and neglect or failure to use proper
remedies hurry many to untimely graves.
Numerous combinations have been tried for
Gravel, Brick Dust Deposits, Bright's Dis
ease, Weakness in Back and Hips, produced
by derangement of Uladder and Kidneys,
but none with such happy results as Raukin's
Extract of Duchu and Juniper. If you suffer
from any disease of those organs, get a bot
tle-one or two will relieve you.
Prepared only by llunt,'Rankin & Lamar,
Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by Dr,
J.W. Quillian, Easley.
jan 6, 1881 * 2m
TIE BEST OFFEr YET MADE!
FOUR OF FRANK LESLIE'S PUBLLCA,
TIONS ONE YEAl FOR ONLY $2.50.
The Frank Leslie Publishing Co., 15 Dey
street., New York, will send FLANK LES
LIE'S FAMILY FillEND, a IG-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. I hose of' a more matuire age:
a 16,page illustrated paper. Price, per year
Frank Lesie's National Agriculturist and
Working Farmer, a 16-page ilhistrated paper,
for only 11 .00 per year, with Dr. B. J. Ken
dall's emtineint "'Treatise on the Horse and his
Diseases" a book of 100 pares, ,0 fine en
gravings, free to each sitscriber.
raiink Leslie's Pulpit of tie )ay, a 1 O-pnge
illustrated iaper. Just the paper for Sunday
reading. Price only 75 cents per year, in
cluding two heautif'ul cliromos, "The First
Easter Dawn" aid "The First CIristias
Or all four of the above publications for
$2.50 per year!
Samples of all of our iublicaions ani II
lustrated Catalguie (witout premiutis) for
15 cents. All desiring mely mid piofitable
emlploymelnit :--h1n'd .en atioce bdoreo their
teritory is tak en.
Any (of I above pihcations sent fr six
imoths a~:t hil' 'f ru.
Address i AN 1 lICSLI u' PU~lIhNHl lNG CO.
-~ '- 7i.
Notie holdbelt? i h tmclv
eradbwl reaicut aottersr
remedy, Ilostetter's * Stm ch lites. Ds
motue shroulad a~ dday it' therforeai liz
airdous. Iiyspepsia, lir'er complaint, chills
uad fever', aarly r'heumaioIle t winuges, kidney
wecakneoss, bring serious bodily trouble if tsrif,.
led whih. Lose no time ini using this effec
tive, saf'e and long known mtedhicinie.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
10ASEED Sae BEST
If not, sold in your town youi
11 caOtn get t mya t
logno and Prices. The Oldest and moat attenstee Seed
Qrowera in the' Uitned Statqes.
D)AVID LANDRETII & SONS,PmnADA.,PA.
STA T E OF SOU TH CA ROL INA.
COUNTY 01' PICKENS.
Alfr'ed M. McCrary et al. vs. Charity M.
Malone et al. Defecndants.
BY viritie of' a Decretal Order madle in the
above stated case by Iloni. Th' . Thomn
80o1, on thme i I~ 1h)ecembher 1 880, 1 :ll sell to
the h ighuest bidider at l'iekents Court Itiue,
on Saleday in Febr'uary 1881, (Iii'ing the
legal hio urs of sale,
All that T'ract. of Land, situato in the
County of P'ickenus, in the Stateo of South
Carolina, on wuaterts of IEastatoc a branch of
Keowee River, adjoining lands of Ambrose
Gilstrnip and oithers~, ci Pt (iintg 126 Aeres,
more or' less; and known as the home Place
of Alfred McCrary.
TERi.\lM-Ot ne- third ciash, the remainde~r
on a credit of I We'lve months, with interest
fr'om (lay of sale, seemcue by bond and nmort
gage of' the premises, P'urchasers to pay ex
tra for papers.
By virtue of sundrv exeutin to me~ di
recct ed, 1 will sell ont .e]h:y in F'ebruary,
1881, for ensh, till tha~t Piece, or Planttation
of Land, situat e in thie Counity oif P ickenm, on
the Er:t. side of' the ilmdle prong of George's
Creek, immediately ablove t ho Trap Iload,
crossing at Perry Bridge, containinag Tir mty..
two A cres, more or less, adljoininag lanids of E.
T1. llolcoumbo, W. It. Hlolcombe and othiers.
Levid on and sold as the pr'oper'ty of IR. g.
It oleouubo, at the suit of Bruf', Faulkner &
Co. Purchasers to pay for papers.
JOAB MAULDIN, s~r.c.
jann 181 3 17 *1
FOR THE NEXT 80 DAYS I WILL
OFFER MY STOCK OF
Ready Made Clothing
AT NEW YORK COST.
Am preparad also to offer you bargains in
many o theY Goods. You will find my 8toek
amply replenished and comple in every par
To Arrive this 'Weelk,
100 barrels FLOUR. from $6.00 up. Cit(~f be
beat in Greenville.
I want 1,000 bushels of CORN in next 80
days, for which I will pay the highest prico.
Large lot Irish Potatoes on the road.
Parties who have not settled in full their
last year's account, will notice that, be they
ever so good, I will not lap accounts. Be
I am Agent for SOLUBLE PACIFIC GU
ANO and thl Celebrated Bone Black Fertili
zers, Russell Coe's Guano and Acid.
These Fertilizers can also be procured of
W. T. McFALL, at PickensC, H.
1,000 pounds STEEL PLOWS at bottom
prices, to be iere this week, and they want
to be sold. Also, Handled Hoes.
E. R. I[OUTON.
Liberty, S. C.
jan 27, 1881 19 ly
RELIALBLE AGODS ONLY
REAl) TI1B LIST AND CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
A xcs, Aunge rs, A lum,
Cofl'ec, Candy, Crackers,
Dipers~, Doet, Danbs,
Elgns, Esstruences, .Ijar,
Nils, F lur, FIaors,
Gilge, Glas,, NGimlets,
lt, Ornes, Hysos,
Teoik, Irona, Inig~,
30.uR, (Jirs, Jueans,
Kerosene,1 Kivesi, Kobes,
L n, rLaters, Lardn
MoizLsse, Mueagoh, Maerue,
Noils, Not, Neel,
xOil Ononds,. OyAsos
Zncl, ipes, an apoerUO
Quartic C upsa~onhad Quill.
fr it. bzr, a
Tmbellse Unoder:wearsl o m
Viearb Voran, Ve ah rrue,
Woode W rep .tfWa,
fu atile, Whvy on hand. all.
Iot don, 1880 wht 6o ats
The ste os :w uIe sold onas
reasOable OemFo Cash orLBaSr
or.o F.morgn plait payJIg Oustom,.
ai ~. . W.iat T.fMcAnt- L.~M
I ONlTOFCMMN.L A
TO J. HI. O'Briant and WV. A. O'Briant, De
fendants in this action:
Y ou, arnd each of you, are hereby sum.
mnoned and required to answer the com,
plaint in this action, which is filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for the County and State above named,
and to servo a copy of yr answer to) the said1
complaint on the suibscribers at their oflce
on Main street at Pickenis C. HI. S. C., within
twent.y days after tie service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such ser
vice: And if you fail to answer the said comn
plaint within the Lime aforesaid, the Plaintiff
will apply to the Court for judgment against
you for the sum of ($00) sixty dollars with
interest thereon from the 20th day of October
A. D. 1869, at the rate of seven per centt per
annum, and the costs and disbursemients in
Pickens C. H., 8. C., Dec. 22, A, D. 1880.
BLYTHIE & BARRETT,
[L. 8.] 3: 3. LEWIS, oc..
Tfake notice-that the summons ini this ac
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy, to
gether with the complaint therein, was filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Com..
mon Pleas for said County and State on the
22d day of December A. D. 1880.
BSLYTE & BARRETT,
jin IAR1 la
HOVEY & TOWNES.
WE HAVE A LARGB AND COMPLETE
NTAPLE AND FANCY
Would callattentionito our Line of
CLOAKS, and DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &o., &o.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
Now Tork clothn1 Heume,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Eto.
GREENVILLE - - - -- S. C.
MR. J. RILEY FEROUSoN, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to soe and accommodate all of his
Pick ens frionds,
nov.4, 1880, 7 i1.
3.E3 MORAN &B30
Revival in New Goods.
BLACK SILKS 85c. to $2.25.
BROCADB and MAMAS8B BILKS and
SA TINS 90c. t o $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 750. to $1.25.
Henrietta Cloth, Barathea Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere de l'Inde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we make a specialty, and
solicit a comnparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods and Novelties
Is by far tho largest and most varied and
contains more real GE.%It than any other
stock e' er shown by us, including the new
A nd the new andl popular colorq ''Geni
D'A rmn" and "'Drega of Wine,'" with an ele
gant line of TRItMMINGS to mnatch.9
Embroidleredl Flannuel, one yard wide.
A goiod quality tuall regular 1I1088 at 20o.,
considered cheap at 30c.
Mauelesse Flannel, something new and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolmnans.
To this department we call special attention
Fancy lIaskets, Table Matis, &c.
We Mhall be very happy to have our friends
J. II. MORG AN & BRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
oo 21, 1880 48 ly
CALLS3 ATTENTION TO THE
publio that we have the larges
EVER BROUGHLT TO TIS MAR,
ket, and we will soil them at 25 per
cent less than any meorchant South or
North of Greenville. We do all our
own manufacturing and save you the
jobbetrs profit. Pleaso give us a call
when you visit our city and be con,
We also call attention that MR.
WARREN FORD in in our emnploy
mnent, and would be pleased f'or his
friends to, call on himn.
Creenville, U. C.
L~. ROTIISCUILD, Manager,
aug, 12, 1880 47 m
SCMNCE vs. EPILEPSY!
06CITR against QUACK??
A LEADING LONDON PHYSICIAN ESTAB
LISHES AN OFFICE IN NEW YORK
FOR THE CURE OF EPILEPTIC FITS.
[From Am. Journal of Medacine.]
Dr. Ab. Meserole (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.
lie has published a valuable work on this dis
ease, which he sends with a large bottle of
his wonderful cure free to any sufferer"who
may send their expiess and P. 0. address.
We advise anyone wishing a cure to address
Dr. All. MESEROLE, No. 96 John street,
PLAYS! PLAYS I PLAYS I PLAYS I
For Reading Clubs, for Amateur Theatri
cals, Temperance 'lays, Drawing Room Plays,
Fairy Plays, Ethiopian Plays, Guide Books,
Gpeakers, Pantomimes, Tableaux Lights, Mag
nesium Lights, Colored Fire, Burnt Cork,
Theatrhoal Face Preparations, Jarley's Wax
Works, Wigs, Boards and Mustaches at re
duced prices. Costumes, Scenery, Charades.
New catalogues sent free containing full des.
criptions and prices. SAMUtEL FnUNCI &
SON, 88 E. 14th etreet, New York.
A YEAR AND EXPENSESS
to agents. Outfit Free. Ad.
$7 7 dross P. 0. VICKERY,
oct21, 1880 6 4
A DVERTISERS by addressing CEO. P.
ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce street, New
York, can learn the exact cost of any proposed
line of ADVERTISING in American Newspapers.
g&i100-page Pamphlet; 25c.
jan 20, 1881 17 8
INDIAN V1EMIYUQ to
destroy and expel Werms
fon the h umatan body,
where they exist, If used
aeserding so the diree.
tiens. It is a safe ad re
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUM*iSTM
AND STORE KEIPRS,
David E. Foutz, Prop,
Ilowv L ast, Ilow liestored.
J UST published, a new edition of DR. CUL
VERWVELL'S Celebrated Essxiy on the
RadIical cure of Sp ermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, l1m.
potency, Mental and Phys'ical Incapacity,
impedinents to Marriage, etc., also Coni
sunmption, Epi'.epsy, and Fits; induce-l by
self-indulgenc or sexual extravagance, &c.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly drmnonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful piactice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured; pointing out a mxodle of cure simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no mat ter what his condlit ion
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
#2h. This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every mvan 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 Pubillishers,
THlE CUL~VERWELLI MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York; Postoffice Box. 4586
ap 1. 1880 28 ly
A etbe preparatior"n dte only ware
Diaees1and AL Ridnen* Liver an
o stamen al oaf thehbighest order in proof
s or te cur or Dabetes, call for Wa...
m-or the cr o rigt's ndth ther
and Liver Cure.
. $f Eby Druggistts
OIAETE SUI and Denlers
3 W~loT fr iampilet
Greatest Wheel or tihe Age,
TliOS. W. D)AVIS3,
Greenville. S. C.
ALSO, Ji'EALElR IN STEIAM EN
GINES, SAW MI1~I/, COTTON
GIN PICEVSSES, SEWING MA.
aug 12, 1880 47 U
J. S. COTHRAN, I M. F. ANsXL, fJ E Boas,
Abbeville S. C. j Greenville, 8 01 Pickens 8 d
COTHRAN, AlSEL & BOQGGS
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PICENS 0. 1., s. 0
Ofilce in tho Court House. Prompt
attention given t: all business en.
trusted to them.
doo 9, 1880 1 2
R. A. CHILD,
A TTORNgY d, 00 UNSIL OR AT LA WV
PIOKENS 0. H. 8.0..
Will Practice in all the C"crte tf the StatE
Rnd Courts of the United States, for the Dis
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiririd.t able Attorneys will be
associated with me.
jan 6 1881 16
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
ATLANTA GA., January 16, 18f.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this dato Trains will ruri
on this Road as follows:
DAY PASsIENGFR TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 10 42 a rd
Leave Greenville at 10 48 a m'
Arrive at Greenville at 5 84 p ni
Leave Greenville at 5 35 p m
NIUIT PASSKNEOR TRAIN.
Arrive at. Greenville at 10 19 p ni
Leave Greenville at 10 24 p m'
Arrive at Greenville at 5 18 a mt'
Leave Greenville at. 6 25 a m
LOCAL FRIIHnT TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 7 62 a m'
Leave Greenville at 9 25 a i'
Arrive at Greenville at 4 16 p m
Leave Greenville at 4 55 p m
'itor'GIr FIIRIOllT TRAIN.
(East war d.)
Arrive at Greanville at 1 25 a ni
Leave G reenville at t 1 82 a mi
Arrive at Greenville at , 11 16 p mn
Leave Greenville a t- 11 83 p m~
Connecting at Atlanta for all points West
Connecting at Charlotte for all Eastecr6
Thbroughi Tickets on sale at Gainesville,
Reneca. City, Greenville and Spartanburg to
all points East and West.
0. J. FOREACRB
W. J Houston, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agent.
Columbia & Greenville ft I
CUANGE OF SCHIEDULA,
On and after January 20th, 1881, the
Passenger Trains over the Greenville and
ColumbiaL Railroad will be run daily, Sun.
days except edi
Leave columbia at i1 50 a ut
Leave Alston at 1 012 p) R
Lenve Newberr'y at 1 68 p ma
Leave Ilodges at 4 34 p mI
Leave Belton at 6 68 p m
Arrive att Greenville at 7 17 p 1
Leave Greenvillo at 10 35 a mI
Leave Belt on at. 12 01 p in
Leave Ilodges at I 19 p mI
s.eave New berry at 4 Og p mI
Leave A14'ton at 6 01 p ut
Arrive at ColtumbljA at 8 10 p mn
Leave Newberry at 10 00 a m 4 25 p m
Arrive at Laurens C I[ 12 30 p mn 7 00 p mI
Leave Laurens 7 00 a mn 1 00 p in
Arrive at Newberry 9 85 a mn 8 86 p mn
Leave Hlodgs at 4 40 p til
Arnive at Albheville 6 80 p mn
Leave Abbeville 12 2t) p mn
Arrive att hodges 1 10 p im
Anderson Branch and .Blue Ridge Rf.R
Daily, except Sundays, between Blten
Anderson and1 walbhla, as follows,
Leave Belton at663pU
Leave Anderson at681pm
leave PendIleton Id7 1t
Leave Perryville 74
Leavo 8eneen at 76 IR
Arriveat Waha5la8 p Pt
Leave Walhgalla at 9 05 a m
Leave SecaIC at 9 43a mn
Leave Perry ville at 9 50 a a
Leave P'endlleton at 10 28 a a
Leave Anderson at 11 09 a ar
Ai rive at- Ilelton at 11 59 p n
Up and dlown Trains on the main stemn
make close connection at Columbia with the
up and down day passenger Trains on t bo
Sout hi Carolina R ailroad and with the ihrough
Freight TIrains. with Passenger Car attached
on the Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, and at Alston with the trins of the
&partanbur'g, Union and Columbia Railroadl
for Union, Spartanburg, llendersouville,
J W FRY,
A. Poira, dencral Ticket Agent
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Will Oure or prevent Disuease.
No Hlonau will dio of COLIO, Boys or Lmgg
tau, i f Fontu's Pow ders are used in tirme.
Fonts's Powders willousreand prevent hoe Oneensa
Fonim's Powders will prevent GAPES IN Pow 1
Fonts's Powdters will iseresse the quantley of mn
ad eream twenty per ent.. and ake the bette ?ag
Fontws Powders wi11 eare or prevent alutoet uY -
DisneSU to whieh Morses and Osttle are salgees,
Forrrs's PowDasS WILLE civ. SATIeIAeWMg
8old everywhere. c. -~
For sale hy Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN, E~a..