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Methodist.-Rev. a. P. Hf. Elwell, seond
Nabbath in each month at 10i o'clock A. U.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. X.
Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. N.
- Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
o'clock t. Tn
Baptist--Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ton Pastor, let Sabbath and Saturday before
in each ionth at 11 o'clock a. rM.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B
Singleton, Pastor-Serviced every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
L. Jayr. MsLNOUnNN & Co., Newspaper Ad,
vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street,
Baltimat'f, ld. are authorized to contract for
Advertisements in TuE PICKENS SENTINEL at
our best rates.
Mr. J. H. Bowen, Tiensurer elect,
took charge of the office last Satur
Miss Minnie Bruce who has been
visiting friends in Eureka, Ga. has
Miss Ella Lawrence of Seneca City
is spending a few days with relatives
in this placo.
We call the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement in this issne
of Administrator's sale by J. C. Grif
fin, Administrator. Read it.
During the reocnt rains, the Baker
bridge, over Twelvo.Mile River, was
The Council of Anderson makos
offenders pay-for violating the con
coalod weapon law.
A hunter from North Carolina was
in town last weok vending bear meat.
-It was really rude thus to invado the
dark recesses of bruin's dormitory and
foreclose a provision lion on his lean
The county commissioners of An,
derson have &approvod the claim of
Pickens CounLy for building tho line
As our Sheriff was car'ryingt. the
coloreid mn Pial, to the A-ssylumn
Iast Friday the car t urned ov-er withl
him, but he and his charge escaped
The lloaird of' Examiners for this
C1ounty havt e issuedlu ni ne frst grade
c'ertifk~antes, one .ecoind, an d four t ird;
tino)Pt of the I erbue'rs already hanvinrg
ce~rtiicatesM wich are valid ('or t wo
asi'tht re* yea'zrs.
.Aoeile satl prisec party was given
a.Mr. P. McD). Alex ir~der's laist
Tlhursday evening, at wvhich tha yoInne
folk all ci'js'y ed tlhe ms-elves vs ry
Chi ade thec or'ganitL 1ad Me (. the' vio.
Kagia Imiin WVorm' PeLllots is
- tbc beat wvormi speicif[CIc knownf. Cut
.this out aind taike it to Dlr. .J. WI.
Quilhinn t Easley, S. (., pur-chaso a
box and you will never regr et it.
All scUiets know the pronenessC8 of
insct s to deposit their eggs ini de
eayed fruit. WVhat creates worms ini
the hu man body'? Think of this anid
give Shriner's Indian Vermnifuge
occasionally to your children.
Tho rain fall in this section last
wveek was unprecedented. The streams
were highor than for several years
past. Many farmors have, no dloubt,
pasdsome good resolutions about
how they intend to have their up
lands ditched, arnd their low-lands pro
tected by levees. Such> rains as no
had last wecek would be a positive ad
vantage to low-lands, protected by
natural or artificial levees, enriching
themn with tons of' fortilizor washed
from the neigh boing hills.
JouRnAtISTIC CHANGOCS,-Mr. Ii. S.
Cunningham has bought out the ma
terial of the Kin gstroo Star ollice, and
begun the publication of d.he Willhams
burg Heorald~at Kingstree.
Mr. M. C. IHmrmnd, who has con'
ducted the Aiken Courier Joiurna
with rare skill and judgment for the
past twio years, and is succeeded in
the editorial management by Mr'
,. John C. iutson, who has becomno one
of the proprietors.
The Marion Merchant and Farmer
has been enlar-ged andimrproved. 1t
is nearly twico its former size, and
contains the usual amount of reading
4 matter for a paper of' seven oolumns
to the page. Price 82.
The Sumter True Southron has
changed hands and is now owned
and edired by Messrs. D. B. Anderson
and W. D. Blanding. Under the
vigorous and intelligenti managemen t
the paper will lose none of its hon
orable prestige, but will doubtless at
tai, an even more enviable re*puta,
tion in the future than it has enjoyed
ini the patie.
CauCAao, Feb. 5.-A dIspatch from
St. Paul, Minnesota, says: On Wodnes.
day; Mr. Burke, road mastor, located
at Burns, on the W inona and St. Peter
branoh of tho Chicago and Northwest
ern Railroad, discovered a wholo fam,
ily frozen to death. Mr. Burke, while
at work with his mon on the road,
noticed ashanty From which no smoke
isft!ed, and seeing no ovidenco that
the place was inhabited the party
visited tho promises and forced open
the door when a horiblo sight grcto(d
their eyes. Upon a couch, and on the
floor of the wretched hovel lay father,
mother and children, cvidently a
wholo fagily frozen stiff. Word was
at once sent to the noarest town, and
arrangements made to Care for the re
mains of' the 1unfortunato family.
Universal destiLution iW reported
among the farmers weut of Sloepy Eye.
It is stated that no trains carrying
fuel have passed Sleepy Eye since
Dec. 24th.. It is impossible to reach
many of the sttelrs, as the, railroads
aro blockaded by snow drifts and the
wagon roads are impassable, and it is
feared that many will starve or be
frozen to death beforo help can reach
BETTER Ti M Es.-The Democrat,- Noew
Orleans, La., says: "Suffering among
such 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 18-3n
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at 11. C. SHIuRLEY's,
Central, S.' C.
Meswrs. Jlutchinson &j' Bro.-It is with real
pleasure that I add try testimony to the
great virtues of your "Neuralgine" as a spe
cific for neuralgia and headdche. Such a
remedy is a blessing, anl all sulferers should
keep it on hand.
J, Rt. I in'l:1P.y,
For sale by Dr. .1. W. QrH.1.a. E1sley.
IT IS -A W ELL KNOW N FACT
nmong physicians thatnt Iiuchu .~un'pr and1(
Pa rea liravai in comnbina1rtion are thne best re
imed ies ini the worldI for any d aease of lhe
IUladder Or Kidneyvs, 2and thait not less thn
one half of' the hnmain family , b ,tib mae and
Ieiinmhe, suiffer from1 dll iflangemlent of thlose or
g;;ns. and neglect. or faihlure to use proper
remued ies hurtry manny to untfimiely graves. -
N umer OnIs comli itai on hiave) beent~I(''i tried for
eaise. Wean es iin i ck oi l lips,5 prodnetied
by dlera 2 neent of labdde'r an iddiys,
bual none W wih suach ha~ppy resnlo as 1llakin's
I;xtraJct of Biihula nd :111. 12Juipe. II you suffier
tle---oine o a wli relieve yotui.
l'rp ar~led on1'y by lI ant, lRankini & Lanar,
Druhggists, Atlaia Ga., :andl for sale by7 Dr.
J . WV. Qui'Jian, Easley.
r m d , Lotte ' t m c Hittr. D s
Naeso tme orgnlmd bee t omthr liar
more Seriouts, and. a dtlay is I berefore hinz
ardous. D)yspopsia, liver comnplaint, chills
aind fever, narly rheuamatiic 1w winges, kidney
weakness, bring seriou~s bodily trouble if irif
led withi. Lose no linae in usinag this3 effoc
tive. safeo and long known med icinec.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
1 If ntsold inonr town you 1
loge nd Proes Tideeand moet extensee Seed
DAVID LANDIWTHR & SUNS, Pan.ADA.,PA.
Pa*tenlts for Iniveatio.
E. W. A NDERSON. J. C. SM'rH.
ANDRISON & SMITh,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Seventh-St.
Opposite the United States Patent
Office, WVashington, 1). C.
No too for prelimniary examination.
.No fce unless patenit isi allowed.
Fees loss than those of' any othier
Practice in the U. S. Patent Omieo,
U. S. Supreme Court, and District
Correspondenco solicited and no
charge made for advice
Books of infor'mation, sent free of
Reference furnished upon request.
oct 14, 4 3m
FOR THE NEXTS3 DAYSI WILL
OFFER MY aTOCK OF
Ready Made Clothing
AT NEW YORK COST.
Am preparad also to-offer you bargains In
many other Goods. You will find my Stock
amply replenished and comple in every par
To .Arrive this ~Week,
100 barrels FLOUR. from $6.00 up. Cant be
beat in Greenville.
I want. 1,000 bushel 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 th ! Celebrated Bone Black Fertili
zers, Russell Coe's Guano and Acid.
Those Fertilizers can also be procured of
W. T. McFALL, at PickensC, H.
1,000 pounds STEEL PLOWS at bottom
prices, to be here this week, and they want
to be sold. Also, Handled Hoes.
E. R. IKORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
jan 27,1881 19 ly
RELIABLE GOODS ONLY
RE~AD TIHEI LIST AND) CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
Axoe, Anger., Alum,
Br<l Am, linekets, Brid les,
Edtgings, Essenaces, ivggs,
[H h lam , Hn lhes,
in[k, Irons, Indigo,
ng, JarsU, Jeans,
Kerio~e ne, KniVeM, Kno(bs,
Nails, Notions, iNeedles,
Oil, ( )niions, Oytos
P e cl , Pipes, P p r
1Unol H, .I4azors, Rags,
Su gar, SoMap), Shovels
- ) Un1'rellaM, Undert~wear,
- VineLgar, Vari sh, Vermifuge,
WVooden Ware, wax,
Excellent Goda Yarns.
Zinc, Mirrors Mnd many other uses%
ful atrticles, always on hand. Call.
If y'oI donit see wha~t Lyoui want, ask
Theiso good~ wtil be' .0old On muost
rensonable terms, for Cash or .Btartecr,
or ont ime to prompt paying custom,%
W. T. McFALL.
oct 28, 1880 6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Lucy A. Snmithi et al. P'lainuiffs, arninst Win.
N. Hlendricks, et. at. D~efendants.
3)Y authlority of a I 'oretal Order, made in
It he above stated as, on the 8lst Jan,.
uary, 1881, by tiLe Ilon. T homas Thomson,
Circuit .Judge, I will sell to te highest bud
der. at Pickens Comurt hlouse, on 8:aleday in
March~ neL, the following Tracts of' Land,
TRACT NO. 1.-Containing 80 Acres, ad
joining lands of 'T. J. Chamblhn, J. A. Boggs,
8, A. MhcCrackin, et al.
TRACT NO. 2 --Containing 183 Acres,
on both sides of G1olden's Creek, being part
ot the Home Tract of te late Zephaiah
Smith, deoeased, adjoining lands of' Z. Clay.
ton Smuih, WV. Alfred Smith, Mrs. N. Clay
ton and~ others.
NO) 8 -Ontaining I Acre and 16 Rods, on
the Westsaide of Liberty Church, being the
old Liberty School hlouse Lot, adjoining lands
oftJ. A. Bogga, T. J. Chiamblin and others.
TERLMS-On half the purchase money to
be paid on day of sale; the credit portion to
be on a credit of twelve months, secured by
bond and mortgage of' the premises, and a
deed to the premises to be made when tihe
report ni sales is confirmed by the Court.
[L.M J. J. LEWIS, c.c.r,
fcb 10. 1881 21 4
HOVEY & TOWNES.
Greenville, .S. C.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STAPLE AND FANCY
Woulki callsattention~to our Line of
CLOAKS, and DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &c., &a.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 1-, 1880 8 2rn
Now Tork Clothi'nl Homu,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Etc.
GREENVILLE - - ... s. (.
MR. J. RILEY VEROUSON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, nnd would be
glad to see and accommodate all of his
nov.4, 1880, 7 tf.
3. HI m IIAN &DO
Revival ini New Gooca.
BL.ACK 81LKS 85c. to $2 23.
BROCAD)B and MAMASSHI SILKS and
SA TINS 90c. to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 75c. to $1.25,
lIinriet ta (Clot h, B1.,rathbea C'losth, CrehpP,
Clothsi, ('ashtwere de I'Jude, Crepos, Cash..
In these goodsa we nak, a specially, and
solicit ai comfparison.
Our Stock of
Dress GooIs anId Noveltica
[s by, f.ar the latrgesr t l nd mot variied anid
contains more reatl G EI thani aniy othetr
stockc c' er sho .v: hy us, inicludinig IIhe new
.Andi thme ne'w nn i p m-~:tr colors1 ''cen
D).'Au' a irm of Wine,'' with an cle
gatnt line of LiU.\l\l INGS to macht. 5
Embroeidl~eed Flann tel, oni yard wide.
A good quality full regula 11081 Sl nt. 20c.,
conmsidered obenp att 300.
~lMiteClm.8 esse Fb nel, somtethinug new nued
Tabmile Linens, D)oyles~ and Na pkitts in new
To thindepartm.:ent we call special attention
Fancey Baskets, 'abmle Mat: s, &c.
We dal1l he very happy to hiv, our friendp
J1. H.I PlORAN & BRO..
(OREE~NVILLE, S. C.
oet',1, 1880 45ly
CALLS ATTENTION TO TH E1
public that we have the lar'ges
EVER BROUGiIIT TO Triiis MA R
kot, and we will sell them at 25 per
Dent less than any merchant South or
North of Greenville. We do all our
rwn uhanufacturing and savo you theo
obbers profit. Please give us a call
when you visit our' city and be con,
We also call attention that MR.
WAIRREN FPl1D is in our employ
mnent, and would be pleased f'or his
Friends to call on hlim.
Creenvilie, M. C.
Li. ROTIISCHILD, Manager,
aug 12. 1880 47 5m
SCJENCE va, EPILEPSY I
DOtITOR against QUACK 2 1
A LEADING LONDON PillYICIAN ESTAB
L1SIIES AN OFFICE IN NEW YORK
FOlt TUlE CURE O' EI'1LEPTIC FITS.
[From Ai). .o1urnal of Medeine.)
1)r. Ab. Mi eerole ( lat e of Loidon ). who makes
a Speeinlty of Epiepsy, hs Wiitt doubt.
trentted atd emred i1re1 cases thaln any living
pliysiciai. Ibk success hais simiply been, as
tunishing; we htv', ieurd of casies of over 20
years' staiiin,i suice-ssfully cure by hin.
lie has pibslhietd it VaI11:luabl work on t his dis.
ease, which ho 1 e4ds w-Iith a large batle of
his wonlerfil cure free lo ai-y su'terer; who
tuay send4 Ihei.' expiles n11d4 P. 0. ad~le4.
We advise a nyone wi-bling a cure I(, :ddre'-ss
Dr. A Dl. M8'tlF o onMet
PL AYS I PL AYS I PLA"YS I P.LAYS I
For leadingcu for Anniteuri. Theie:,uri
cals, Teti petrnn Ile-: Plvry4, Drawiig RlouiV I qy,
Fairy PIysI , E:hiophian Ply ue I ink,
Speakers, Panltominime, Tablleix .ghIs, Mag
nositumn Lighits, ColorIed Fire, hitrnt Cork,
Tht rt cal FIce Prepiartions, .J arley's Wax
Works, Wigs, Ileards and Mbmt:iches at re.
(liced prices. Coisti me!, S8cenery, Cliaradeq.
New catalogues sent free cotini i ig fu11ll des.
cript ions and pricet. SaMt:. FuisNcII &
Son, 38 E. 14th strect, New York.
A E~lAND EIXPEI1NSES
to agents. Outtit Frce. Ad.
$7 77 dress P. 0. VICKEltY,
oct21, 1880 5 4
A DYERTISElIs by addressing CE-O. P.
ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce street, New
York, COn learn (lie exact cost of any proposed
line of A vErTIsING in Amwericani Newspapers.
"-100 pajrt- Pomnplhlet; 25c.
jan 20, 1881 17 8
I au arantee flMRlNER'
INDIAN VERMIFUGE to
destroy and expel Worms
- from the human body
where they exist, if us4e
according to the direo.
tions. It is a safe and rew
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS,
David E. Foutz, Prop.
JUST published. a new edition of Dlt. CUL
P VEW ELL'S Celebrated Essny on the
* liadical cure of Sp erma:itorrhtoca, or Secminaal
Weakness, involuntary Seminal Losses, Imi
poteey, enta andPhysical incapacity,
lonpedanent s to Marriage, etc., also Con
sumtiption, Elpi'.epsy, and1( Fits; indhice I by
self indulgenc or sexual ext ravagance, &c.
The celebrated author, in t his admirable
Essaiy, cleairly dramntrat es, f'romt a thirty
years'su ccessf ul pi actice, t hat the alarumng
conlsequen~ices of' self [abuse may be radically
cured; pointing out aL mode of cur~e simple,
cerlaat.n nmi effoetiuaul, by means of wihich
every sifere'r, no mattecr w hnit hais condition
tumy lbe, iftry cure hi mse' [cheaply, priv~at ely
I~ This Lectumre should be in thle htands
of' every youth mitol every mani ini the land,
Seti nidler seal, int a plain enuvelope, to
anmy mlre Iss, post5 -pauid, on1 rt( ceipt of six cents
or Iwev jos:nge 1:tam1ps.
A' the Puibljishers,
TlW t CIIlIE' h'LWELL '\EDICAL CO.,
-11 A. a St., New York(; P'ostofhice lix. 4586h
*ar' 1, 18801 28 ly
I nors em : ' . Prff nroI, ~ an Immnediate
ltii tus 'I a I )rin id~ver, na ie ' nro CostilvA
. , trs pe ps.a. 1;:: :mI".:.,, tt01 'un l il-rrrm,
Mr.1 anai,. Fevr antmmi *-.:ue, mart are usefal a t
i10'' ill netly 'itt })e: '4L2# to (,ais.( IL f.'ee miuil
reIlI ".*-t u' cf the 1'.welis. The hOSt sant~.
h': f or all M aintil Po:eun . P'sue, N.o.. a box.
~Wnmr'r' ~'.I :1" .4fMrsluteqlluckly ives fest
n2 ' te .;.L :''u-e n, :ures lica-lachet anid
-I''iI; I uu ti i-ts .' i l Ia the
1heher ea'1 C-. It r~e'v'' t to Pains
a i I s- . and(1I' i never inmjurous.~ to tho
n. Tn eof alNervuines. Ro(ttiao
Mr two !sie.s; prices, Soc.
,,ui~t, sod y ruggintas~f
I . anmd ees in
- b Medicine every.
11.11 WARNEiR & 00,,
lRoehster", W. Y.
B ?lO*4end for Pamphlet,
(Aretest Wlanc of tlae Age,
Pot SleT~IllS. W. D)AVIS,
4Nre elmville. S. C.
ALSO, hWEALEIt IN STEAM RN
GINES. SAW MILlJa, COTTON
GIN ItESS-Th, SEWI1NG MA.
aug 1Z, 1880 47 U
J. S. COTnRAn, 1 M. F. Aa Esf, f J 1 &bas*
AbbeTilfe S. C. J Ureenville, 8 C I PickenteS a
COTHRAN, ANSEL & BOOGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
P10c228-'0. iS. C.
Oftee in the Court House. Promps
attention given ta n-11 business en
trusted to thom.
doe 9, 1880 1
R. A. CHILD,
ATTORNRY 6 COUNSELOR AT LAW
PICKENS C. 11. 8. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the' State
and Courts of tho United States, for the Dls
trict of South Carolina.
II cast's requiring it able Acierneys will be
asslociattd with me.
jan 0 1881 16
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
PASSENGER EPA RTMENMN.
ATLANTA 0GA., January 10, 1881,
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will run
on this Road as follows:
DAY PASsi-NG;R TRIAIN.
(fast ward )
Arrive at Greenville at 10 42 a m
Leave Grecrville at. 10 48 a m
Arrive at Greenville at 6 34 p m
Lene Greenville at 6 35 p m
N0IIT PAsSENGERt TRAI,
Arrike at G-eeuiville at 10 19 p m
Leave Greenville t. 10 24 p m
Arrive at Greenville at 6 18 a m
Leave Greenville at r 25 a m
LOCAL FIREIOT TRAIN.
Arrive at rreenvite.at7 52 a In
Leave Gieenville at 9 25 a mx
Arrive at Greenville at 4 I p n
Leave Greenville at 4 55 p mn
( East was (d.)
Arrive at Greanville r-t 1 25 a mn
Leave Greenville at i 32 a mn
Arrive at Greenville at 11 16p ,u
Leave Greenville "t' If 38 p an
Connecting at Atlanta for all point. West
Conanecting at Charlotte for all Eastern
-Through Tickets on sale at Gainesville,
Seneca City, Greeville andi Spart anburg to
all points East and West.
0. J. FORE~FAGRB
W. 3 Hlouston, Gen'1 Pass. & Ticket Agent.
Columbia & Greenville R R
ICIIANGIE OF SCHRj~DULE,
Ont and after .January 26th,. 1881, the
Passeniger Tra ins over (lhe Greenavllle and
Colu mbia Iai~sjlroadl will lbe run d aily, Sun
Leavye coluiaha at 11 60Q a in
h eave Al mo in( 1 02 p m
hea-gve Newbterry at 1 68 p in
leave llodgae" n' 4 :34 p a
Leave lelton~ at 6 58 p mi
Arieat Greenvjille at. 7 17 P Ia
Leave G reenv'lle at 10 :15 a mn
Lea.~ve feltoni a 12 01 p in
Leave flges at 1 19 p M
acazve New berry a t 4 08 p in
leave Alston at 6 01 p u
Arrive at Celumbhia a t 6 10 p mn
LAU'NENs RAIlROA I.
Ljeave Newhe'rry at 10 00 a m 4 25 p m
A rrive at Laruens C 11 12 80 p m 7 00 p mn
Lonve Lauare~ns 700 a mn 1 00 p mn
A nnErl I.L.x IIMANeI.
I eave IIodIges at -4 40 p m
Arri A bheviile 6 30 p mn
havie A bhev~*ille 1 2 20 p mn
Arrivye at 10 t~les 1 10 p mn
Anderson, Banc andCi f~~ B/tue Ridge R7. R
l)aily, except Sunrdaye, between Belton
Andi~e~son and wa lhalUla, ats follows,
Leave Belt on at. 6
ILeave Anderson at C lpm
Leave P'enidlet on ai L
Leave Seneca at 94
Leave Anerson at11 1 a u
Arrive at Welhala 18 6 p m
Up a~l low Trun ontema.se
Lae CIS ocineca a lumbi 48t the
Leav PerrO~ y easeg*. 9rin on the
Leave Pendrlen a t jra andw 0 'it 8 t ar g
FLae Ainson wth Pa1enerCa attahe
An rive atiBligon, at- iib and AUEUp
Uplrad and dow Trans oni theo mino ste
mpartecliose conion ad Columbia wailr tea
up nd ion dapasenugr Trainsbon the,
on the, W&mne o,(oumi.n Agsa
J W! FRY,
A. Porn, GeneralTicket A gent
HORSEKAND CATTLE POWDERS
Will anre or p. 'nut Dimeas.
No MORSE WFill die of Coa,10, hilTS er Lwv. $
v mu, if fFonte's Powders are need i ra timie.
FoUta'Spowder wilore andprvnHoOoaa
Fouts's Powders will prevent GA Pus IN Fown
Fontss Powders will inerease *4e quantti of m35
and cream twenty per eent., and. make the bgge
Fonts's Powders wilt cure o' prevent almoest uv
DraAeu to which Dories aid Cattle are Iukdeee.
FOTrras Pownuas WILL nry* SkIvg
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN. Ra.Il