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a 'Acnth at10 o'olook A. U.
. DutantdR8 bath atti A. M.
.Q o Gx6am, 4th.Sabbath at 8 P. g.
terida---Ar. Hugh M0otees, at the
tChuv6hb on 4th Sabbath at 11
'ooik a. in
-o "bitistseeooiha ChrRev.W. B. Single
te Past Ist Sabbath and Saturday before
s -eah buth at 11 o'elook a. m.
Liberty Churoh-Libefty iation--Rev W B
Blagleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
L; Jarr. Lnovans & Oo., Newspaper Ad.
verilsing Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md. are.authorised to oontract for
Advertisements in3Tau Poxrus 821TINs, at
our best rates.
A barbed wire fence is a new addi.
tion to Pickens.
North Carolina apples sold at $1 25
per bushel in this place last week.
Pickens County is moving forward
in the line of progress.
Farmors are making vigorous prep
arations for the coming crop.
Wagon loads of Irish potatoesfrom
North Carolina are making their ap
pearanoe in town.
A two story store house 24 by 50
feet, with printing office in the upper
story is soon to be erected on Main
Rev. 0. L. Durant, our popular and
efficient Probate Judge, left this place
on last Monday for Colleton County
for the purpose otconducting the mar
raige ceremony for one of his brothers.
Gratitude is the - memory of the
Knuquita Indian Worm Pellets is
the best worm specific known. Cut
this out and take it to Dr. J. W.
Quillian at Easley, S. C., purchase a
box and you will neverogret it.
There is a constant warfare being
waged between the various species of
the animal kingdom. Think of the
horriblenessq of an armny of worms
storming the citidel of life. A dose
of Shri ner's Iudian Vermifugo w ii
Nrw UIfOGRAPIT'AL. DICTIONAnlY.
An excellent featnaro ot the New Edi
tion of WVebster's Uniabridged Dic~
tionary, jnst issned, is the New Bio
grapilII Dict iona :ry, in whIib areLI
given the names of' nearily ten thonis
uand noted per1sons of anmcien t and mod,
ernm times, wit h a brinf statement of
the dates of their birth and death,
This is designed for pnirposes of ready
refer'ence, to answer t h' qulestions
which oftLernariseo ss to when and
where certain pesn lived, and the
character of their nclhiev'ements. It
CoUtains many3 namfes of persons who
are living, and the prounsciaition of
each uname is given.
TnE CowPENS CENTENNTAL -The
Spartanburg Spartan says: "The Cow
pens Centennial Committee have ap
pointed Wednesday, the 11th of May,
as the day for unveiling the Morgan
statue. There is to be but one day for
the celebration. The pedestal with
the inscription is prepared anid in
Charleston waiting ship~ment to this
place. The statue will be ready in
dueo time, and some of W ard's work
men will bring it here and erect it.
'Major Houston, cf' the Air Line, has
been appointed to work up cheap
transportation. His time for doing
this Is very limited, and he will not be
able, we fear, to advertise in such a
way as to induce men from the North
and West to visit us at that tim.~ We
will hope for the best, howvever. The
speakers have not been selected. The
programme was to have four orators.
Such information as we can get from
time to ime will be given to the public.
NATIVE WINE.--Mr. Francis Hahn,
of Greenville, says the .News, about
three years ago planted two and a
fourt h aores in grape vines at his'place
on the outskirts of the city. He now
Das between 600 and 700 gallons of
pure wine made from those grapes,
'which is pronounced by competant
ecrities to be fully twenty per cent bet
ter than imported clarets. Its market
value is abnut 61 50 per gailon. [In
other words, he has a secured prod uc
Sion of 6900 per season from two and
a fourth acres, paying him doubtless
many hundred per cent. on his invest
mient. Aside from the commercial
aspects of this industry, its extention
would doubtless produce vast moral
reforms. If pleasant and harmless
wine is as cheap and accessible as
spirsts, the consumption of the latter
with the miseries involved in it would
necessarily decrease vatl.
Ma. BDToa: 1 will give you a few
items from Pumpkintowki* There Is
pliety of corn to sell in this section,
and we are preparing to make more
hog and hominy. No Government
distillery In this neighborhood, thank
Mat has sworn all in x# pence mak
ere in Pumpkintown.
Apples plenty. Esquire Gillespie
took his seat as Trial Justice on the
1st day of February, instant. His
Inaugaral address wasto the point.
V. S. Jones has been admitted to
the bar and will practice in his court.
No appeals will be taken.
B. D. Galloway is btall feeding cat.
tie. He has been appointed overseer
of roads and a school trustee.
We want "hog up" to have more
peace, and lese stealivg to save leath,
er tramping over the mountains after
wild hogs. Make more corn and
have more meat, have no w hiskey and
we will all go right. CORN.
BETTER TIMEs.-The Democrat, New
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 Ucure." nov 18-3m
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at H. C. SHIRLEY's,
Central, S. C.
A. A. TIHOM AG, Corner 9th and F Streets,
Washington, 1). C., a tiends to Pension and
Back Pay. Bounty Claims collected. Con
tested Land Claims, Mineral and Agricultur
al, attended to before the Department of the
Inteiior and Supreme Court. Land War,
Messre. Ilutchinson tj- Bro.-It is witli real
plearure that I add my testimony to the
great virtues of your "Neuralgine" as a spe
cific for neiiralgia and headache. Such a
remetty is a blessing, and all sufferers should
keep it on hiand.
J, R. RinarEtY,
136 Cathedral strcet, Baltimore.
For sale by Dr. J. WV. QUILLIAN. Easley.
IT IS A WVELLJ KNOW N FACT
among physicians that Buchu Juniper and
Parera, Brava in combination are t he bcst re
medlies in the world for any disease of the
Biladdier or Kidneys, and that not less than
one half of t he hnman family, both male and
temiale, suffer from derangement of those or
g..ns, anmd neglect or failure to use proper
remnedies hu lrry mauny to untimnely graves.
Num nerouis combinations have beeni tried for
Gravel, Brick Dust Deposits, Birighit's Dis
ease, Weakness in Baick ani Hips, producod
by dIcrangemlent of Bladder and Kidneys,
but none with such happy results an Rankin's
Ext ract of Buchu and Juniper. If you suffer
from any disease of those organs, get a bot
tIe-one or t wo will relieve you.
Prepared only by Hlunt, Rankin & Lamar,
Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by Dr.
J. W. Quillian, Easley.
jan 6. 1881 2m
No time should be lost if the stomach, liv
er anid bowels are affected, to adopt their sure
remedly, Hlostetter's Stomnach~ Bitters. Dis
eases of the organs named beget others far
more serions, and a dalay is therefore haz
ardious. Dyspepsia, liver complaint, chills
and fever, aarly rheumatiic twinges, kidney
weakness, bring serious bodily trouble if trif,
led with. Lose no time in using this effec..
live, safe and long known medicine.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
The State of South Carolina
County of Pickensi.
By 0. L. DUBANT, JUDGE oF PnoDATE.
W hereas, Francis M. Farr and Henry W.
Farr, have made suit, to me, to grant
them Letters of Administration of the Estate
and effects of James M. Farr, deceased
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
the said James M. Farr, deceased, that
they he and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Packens 0. Hi., on
the 10th day of March, 1881, after publi
cat ion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to shew cau'se. if any they have, why the said
administration should not, be granted.
Given undIer my hand and seal this, the
19th day of February, A. D.*, 1881.
OLIN L. DURANT, J.P.P.c.
fed .A, 180 24 8
Apply to HAOOOD, ALEXANDER & Co.,
or L. B. GRAVLEY on the place.
feb 10,.1884 21 t
FOR TRE NBXT80DAY8.I WILL
OFFER MY STOCK OF
Ready Made Clothing
AT NEW YORK 4'OT.
Am preparad also to offer you bargains In
many other Goods. You will And my Stoek
amply replenished and eomple In every par
To Arrive this Week,
100 barrels FLOUR, from $6.00 up. Cant be
beat in Greenville.
I want 1,000 bushels of CORN in next 80
days, for whidh 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, be they
ever so good, I will not lap accounts. Be
I am Agent fow- SOLUBLE PACIFIC GU.
ANO and ths Celebrated Bone Black Fertili
zers, Russell Coe's Guano and Acid.
These Fertilizers can also be procured of
W. T. McFALL, at Pickens C, H.
1,000 pounds STEEL PLOWS at bottom
prices, to be here this week, and they waut
to be sold. Also, Handled Hoes.
E. R. HORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
jan 27,1881 19 ly
RELIABLE GOODS ONLY
READ T1HE LIST AND CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
Ars, Augers, Alum,
Broomrs, Buckets, Bridles,
Coffee, Candy, Crackers,
Dippors, Do~mestics, Darnere,
Edgings, Essences, Eggs,
Fish, Flour, Forks,
Ginger, Glass, Gimlets,
H ats, Harmes, Hoes,
Ink, Irons, Indigo,
Jugs, Jars, Jeans,
Kerosene, Knives, Knobs,
Lamps, Lanternes, Lrd
Molasses, Mueilage, Mackerel,
Nails, Notions, Needles,
Oil, Onions, (Jystors,
Pencils, Pipes, Paper,
Quart Cups, Quilts,
Rasps, Razors, .Rags,
Sugar, Soaps, Shovels
Tea, Trunks, Tin,
Vinegar, Varnish, Vermifuge,
Wooden Ware, War,
Excellent Goods, Yarns.
Zinc, Mirrors and many otber use,~
ful articles, always on hand. Call.
If you dont see .what Ayoul want, ask
These goods .wi be,*sold on most
reasonable terms, for Cash or Barter,
or on ime to prompt paying custom,
W. T. MceFALL.
oct 28, 1880 8
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL4INA
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Lucy A. Smith et al. Plaintiffs, against Win.
N. Hendricks, et. at. Defendants.
BY athoityof a Decretal Order, made in
th bove stated case, on the 81st Jan..
uary, 1881, by the lion, Thomas Thomson,
Circuit Judge, I will sell to the highest bid.
der at Pickens Court House, on Saleday in
March next, the following Tracts of Land,
TRACT NO. 1.--Containing 89 Acres, ad
joining lands of T. J. Chamblin, J. A. Boggs,
8. A. McCrackin, et at.
TRACT NO. 2.-Containing 183 Acres,
on both aides of Golden's Creek, being part
ot the Home Tract. of the late Zephaiah
Smith, deceased, adjoining lands of Z. Claiy.
ton Smith, W. Alfred Smith, Mrs. N. Clay
ton and others.
NO. 8 --Uontaining 1 Acre and 16 Rode, on
the West side of Liberty Church, being the
old Liberty School House Lot, adjoining lands
of J. A. Bogga, T. J. Chamblin and others.
TERMS--One half the purchase money to
be paid on day of sale; the credit portionl to
be on a credit of twelve months, seoured by
bond and mnortgage of the premises, and a
deed to the premises to be made when the
report of sales is confirmed by the Court.
[L.8.]J. Jr. LSWIS, o.c.r.
febl10sB88 21 1
HOVEY & TOWNESe
Gre enville, S. C.
WE RAVE A LARGE -AND COMPLETE'
STAPLE AND FANCY
Would Salk attention;to oar Line of
CLOAKS, and DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, Ac., Auo
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
low York Cchm~1 Hiale,
Dealer In Clothing, Dry Goodg, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Eto.
GREENVILLE so - , c.
MR. J. RILIT FzRousoN, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to see and accommodate all of bis
Pick ens friends,
nov.4, 1880, 7 tf.
J, H. MORAN &B3nC
Revival In New Good!s.
BLA~CK S1LKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADE and MAMASSR BILKS and
8SA TINS 00c. t o $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SA TINS 750. to $1.26,
Henrietta Cloth, Baratheoa Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere de l'Inde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we make a specialty, and
solieit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Dre~ss Goods anad Novelties
Is by far the largest. and most varied and
comtains more real GIEM8 than any other
stock e' er shown by us, including the new
St. Marie Plaids
And the new and popular colors "Gen
l)'Arme." and "Dregu of Wino," with an ele
gant line of TRIUIM.\NG8 to match.g
Erabro.idered Flannel, one yard wideI.
A good quality full regular HIOSII at 20c.,
eonsidered cheap at 30)c.
Matelesse Flannel, something new and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolmaans,
To this department we call special attention
Fancy Baskets, Table Matts, &c.
We skall be very happy to have our friends
J. II. MORGAN & DR0.,
GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
oct 21, 1880 48 l
THE MOST WONDERFUL 8110W EVER
seen in Pickens has just arrived. Among the
various Artleles in this Show and which can
be purchased at the LOWEST CASH PRI
CES, are all kinds of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
FANCY ARTICLES, LEATHIER,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, and all kinds of
Groceries needed for family use. In fact
everything kept in a FirstClass General Mer
chandise Establishment can be tound here at
FRlESHI CORN MEAL will always be found
on hand for sale.
THI18 81HOW cai be found across the street
opposite the Court. House, at theo
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR DIXIE GUANO.
jan 6, 1881 15
PI~ pA'' 40ENTS WANTED
Bw ~ .1We want a limited
number of active, energetic business canvaes
era to engage in a pleasant and profitable
business, Glood men will find this a rare
To Make Money.
Such will please answer this advertisement
by letter, enclosing stamp for reply, stating
what business they have been engaged1 in.
None but those who mean business need ap
FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.. Atlanta. G.
ADVERTISERS by addressiug 020. P.
ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce street, New
York, ean learn the exact cost of any proposed
line of AnDyuThaIwN in American Newspapers.
S'-100-page Pamphlet; 250.
A YEAR AND EXPENBU8
to agents. Outfit Free. Ad,.
dress P. 0. VICKERY,
a year to Agents, and expenses. $0
$9 Outfit free. Addrecs F. SWAIN & Co.,
feb 24, 1881 23 8
Patents for Inventions.
B. W. ANDER8ON. J. C. SMITH.
ANDRSON & SMIT1,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Seventh Street.
Opposite the United States Patent Ofce,
Washington, D. C.
No fee for preliminary examination.
No fee unless patent is allowed.
Fees less than those of any other respon.
Practice in the U. S. Patent Office, U. S.
Supreme Court, and District Courts.
Correspondence Eolicited and no charge
made for advice.
Books of Information sent free of charge.
Reference furnished upon request.
.U aA ei06
I guarantee N1TNR'S
INDIAN VERMIFUGS 4o
destroy and expel Wera
from the humnan body,
where they exist, if "ee
&eeording to the direem
tions. It is a safe and res
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGSTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E. Foutz, Prop,
can got thn mil. 1)rolp
ogadus a I'ual Card for (Juita
logue mudlPrice.. The 1Odeot arid mnoat extin4e 8
Girowvs. in the tJiiled Slatee.
DAVID LANIIETI& SONS,PmrnIL.,PA.
How L imt, How Itestored.
J U'' ib""""""d,"" w ediio ' ''' " DR. cUL.
VEltW'ELL.'8 Celebrated Essay on the
Rtaihical cure of Sp et matorrhoca, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Semninaul Losses, Im-.
potency, Meun~taland Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, etc., also Con
suimpt ion, Epi~epsy, and Fits; induce I by
self- indulgene or sexual ext ravagance, &c.
The celebrated author, in this admhirable
Essay, clearly d rmonst rates, fromt a thirty.
ycars'successful pi act ice, thait. the alarm ing
consequences of self abuse may be radically
cured; pointing out a mode of cure simple,
crtain, atii effectual, by means of whtich
every sufferer, no mn:ute r what. his condition
may be, may cure himwselfI cheaply, privat ely
116 This Lectutre should be in thet hands
of every youthI and every man in the land,
Sent. und~er seal, in a plain entvelope, to
any address, post-paidl, on receipt of six cents
or t wo postage stamps.
Address the P~ulishers,
THE CULVEltWELL~ MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York; Postoflice Box, 45i86
ap 1, 1880 28 ly
or vegestl reton and the sre n preo
For he enr of Diabetes, call for Wan
dim~or te cure of right'sa nd th ohe
and Liver Cure.
Kl cR dIes are serdI
c3AT ., by Druggists
IABF.ES SREtR d iDealere
81f ERSin Med icinie
PILL Hll.WARNER& CO.,
Boehester, N. Y.
Greatest Wheel or thme Age,
For Saile by
TITCS. W. D)AVIS,
Greenavi lle. M. C.
ALSO, Is)EALER~ IN STEAM1 EN
GINES, SAW MILI13, COTTON
GIN PR ESSF8, SE WING M A.
ang 12, 1R~ A .
J.,COTS NN M. F. Axe,,, f J
Abbeville 8. 0. ) Greenville, 8 C PIken0
00TERAN, ANSEL & BOG0.1
ATTORNEYS AND COMNBLORS AT AW,
PICERN8 0. e . 0.
Office in the Court House. Promps
attention given to all buiness one
trusted to them.
dec 9, 1880 12
A. A. OII,
ATTORNr t CoUNSELOR AT LA W
PIOKENS C. I. 8,O.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the Dow
triet of Sooth Caroling.
In cases requiring It able Attorneys will be
assoeiated with me.
Jan 6 1881 16
Atlanta & ChatlotteAfr Line Esilnay
ATLANTA GA., January 18, 1881.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will run
on this Road as follows:
DAY PASSBNGER TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 10 42 a a
Leave Greenville at 10 4g a
Arrive at Green-ville at 6 84 p a ~
Leave Greenville at 6 86 a
NIGnT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 10 10 p a
Leave Greenville at 10 24 p a
Arrive at Greenville at 6 1 a a
Leave Greenville at 6 26 a a
LOCAL RIGHT TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 7 52 a a
Leave Greenville at 9 25 a m
Arrive at Greenville at 4 15 p m
Leave Greenville at 4 65 p m
T11i1t1'(1I FRitwinT TnAIN.
Arrive at Gre.anville at I 25 a
Leave Greenville at I g,2 a a
Arrive at Greenville at 11 16 p a
Leave Greenville at ti8
Conniecting~ at. Atlanta for nll pofit Wegg
Connzecting at Charlot te for all Eastera
Thlroughi Tickets on sale at Gai~nesvgl,
Senieea City, Greenville and Spartanbmrg to
all points East and West.
(1. J. FOREAQO2
W. J Houston, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agent.
Columbia & Greenville R R
CHANGE OF SCHIEDUJLB,
On and after January 26th. 1881, the
Passenger Trains over the Greenvll~e and
Columbia Itailroad will be run daily, Sua
Leave columbia at 11 50 a a
Leave Alslon at 1 02 p as
Leavye New berry at 1 68 p y
Leave llodges at 4 34 p a
Leave Belton at 6 58 p na
Arrive at Greenville at 7 17 p ga
Leave Greenville at 10 86 a a
Leafve Itelton at 12 01 p sa
Leave liodges at 1 19 p sa
aieave New berry at 4 083p
Leave Alsion at 6 01 p a
Arrive at Columbia at g610 p na
Leave Newberry att 10 00 a mn 4 26 p a
Arrive at Laurens C II 12 80 p mn 7 00 p a
Leave Laurents 7 00 a mn 1 00 p m
Arrive at Newberry 9 36 a ru 8 86 p a
Leave Hodges at 4 40 p a
A rrive at A bbeviffo 6 80 p a
Leave A bbeville .12 20 p a
Arrive at Ilodges 1 10 p a
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge R
Daily, except Sundaye, between 3elsea
Anlderson and walhalla, as follows,
Leave Belt on at 6 68 p a
Leave Anderson at c 81 p a
Leave Pendleton at 7 11I p as
Leave Perryville 7 41 p a
Leave Seneca at 7 63 9 an
Arrive at Walhalla 8 26 p a
Leave Walbialla at 9 08 a a
Leave Seneca at 9 48,a na
Leave Perry ville a t * 958a a
leave Pendleton at 10 28 a a
Leave A nderson at 11 09 a na
Ar rive at Belton at 13 59 p a
Up and dloWn Trains on the main sta
make close connection at Columbia with bte
up and down day passengar Trains on the
Sout bi Carolina R ailroad and with the through
Freight Trains. with Passenger Car attachbd.
on the Wilmington, Columbia and Amg*a.
Railroad, and at Alston with the brins of the
Spartanburg, Union and Columbiia Railrea&
for Union, 8partanburg, Hendeneouvlle,
J W FRY,
A. Po~a, General Ticket Agent
NORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Va'5R' to'a.."r'.wd.'s aret*- nobe -,iatim
Foua's owders wihlm1 and preven t Ros
Fonts's Powders w ill peva t *APrm ix Fe
eo res twenty per sat., and math '