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Iethodist.--Rev. S. P. N. Elvell. sOUd
Sabbath in each month at 10} o'clock A. U.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath AtI1 A. K.
Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 F. U.
Presbyterian-Reg, Hugh McLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
e'clek a. m
Baptist-Secona Churoh, Rev. W. B. Single
ten Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
ia each month at 1 Io'clock a. m.
L. Jairr.MuLo1a11 & 0o., NewspaperAd,
'vertising Agents, 128 W, *1altimore Street,
Baltimore,* Md. are'authot-ised.to contract for
Advertisements inITH1 Piozmss SENTINUL at
our best rates.
On Monday morning last there was
a white frost at this place.
It snowed in the "back mountains"
on last Monday.
W6 F. Gary, we are informed, is rap
idly recovering, and Is able to walk
On account of the great quantity ot
train during the pset winter, many
prediet a very dry summer.
The croquet club do not stop for
rain, snow orpunshine, and hardly for
Miss Mary A. R->binson, of Andor
son died laet week.
A heavy rain fell in this section on
last Friday night, and the banks of the
streams wore overflown.
The peaches have boon killed in the
bud, and the buds are falling off.
There will be no peaches of any con
sequence in this section.
The total receipts of fertilizers at
Greenville up to the 19th inst, was 514
car loads, aggregating 5,3631 tons,
which at $40.00 a ton cost $214,540
A. A. Clisby hai been acquitted s
Edgefield for the killing of Dr. Bland
The cases against Glover and St,. Ju,
lian Bland woro nol prossed.
The erection of a few confort.ablo
d welli n'g hous'es in this hcol)h would be
41 good investment.
G1en. Cunnor hats bieen finally dis
('harged as the receiver' ot the Gren
ville and Colnmbia Iailroad
MrIt. E. L~. Thorils'y, son of C mptin
''Torn Iey oi thiis pl ace' wasi recently
m-rrriedt toJ Mi-s 'Thoule Iy oSsava nnah.
Ernedt is~ now at P. rt R -yal, anid is
dingi a g)ood businaes'. We~ wi'dh himt
andu his, long life and naiu-hl pr'.spity L
Use lK:inquqita m Inian Worm PeI
lots. A saale andi f sure r'.eedy for
wyormq. F'or sale by3 Dr. J . W Qil
Our' Green ville frionslai are mnovingi
- up vigoro-nly in thu interest of the
(Greonvillo and Liuronsi IlailrioaLd. -
Tfhey htavo an ablo corps of speakIcer.,
cavssn the o u 'ty in the intLerest
of' the $50,60d subscription. The vote
-tako'i plaeo on the 200t ins at.
Dodson, A da ms. Bates and Burton.
the negroes wvho were tried,. convicto
edi and sentenced to be hung for burn
ing the Graeenville Academy of' Music,
havo been granted a new trial by the
Mother, remember that no medicine
cures, it simply assists nature in re
lieving itself of an unnatural condition
of the system. Worms disar range
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge kills and
drives them from the system, thus re
mnoving the cause of discaso.
SUDDEN DEATH.--Lem uec l oward
(known to some as Lemuel Sawyers)
died suddenly on Sunday morning,
the 18th instant, Hie ate a hearty
* break fast on the morning ot his death,
and appeared to be in his usual heal Lh.
After breakfast he wont to salt his
sheep. He met up with two neigh..
bors with whom he stopped to talk,
and while in conversation with them
dropped dead. Coroneor Kir'ksey was
notified of his death, but deemed it
unnecessary to run the County to the
expense of ...holding an inquest, as
there was two wit nessos to his death
and no suspicion of foul play. We
have not learned the Supposed cause
4 pi his death.
A A FALL OF 1,200 FEET-Mr, C. L,
Foster, from Pickens county, brought
to the city yesterday the lamentable
intelligence of the death of little John
Carroll, aged about 12 years, son of
Mr. Lewis Carroll, who lives near Ta.
Mle Rock. John had gone out with
some young friends last TIuesday to
hunt, and while they were piaying on
Table Rock, John lost his footing and
was precipitated to the bottom, a fatli
of 1,200 foot. Mr. Foster could give
no particulars beyond t he simple facto
related above. In fal ling that dis
tance atmospheric concussion must
have caused the death of the poor boy
before he touched the ground,.-reen-.
On Tuesday morning last the moun
tains were eovered with snow, and
they presented a beautiful appearance
when the sun shown upon them. It
*ontiJnued to snow throughout the
morning with a slight fall as far South
as this place.
Just received a large lot of Cloth.
ing, at 11. C. SUIRLZY'8,
Central, S. C.
A. A. THOMAG, Corner 9th and F Streets, A
Washington, D. C., a ttends to Pension and
Back Pay. Ilonty Claims: collected. Con- A
tested Land Claims, Mineral and Agricultur
al, attended to before the Department of the (
Interior and Supreme Court. Land War.,
Invalids who have lost but are recovering
vital stamina, declare in grateful terms their
appreciation of the merits as a toilc of Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters. Not. only does it im
part strength to the weak, it corrects an irreg
ular acid state of the stomach, makes the bow
els act at. proper intervala, gives ease to those
WIho suffer from rheumatic and kidney troub
les, and couquers as well as preveuts fever
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
A LIL peraons having demandls agaiinst the
estauc of T. J. McilAIIAN, deccas
el, will prtesent thaem at otnce propervly proved,
I o thle undercisignmed, or be forever h~irred of
aill claim agis t the sid estatue; andt all per
souns iundebied 10 sail CMesat4e will please come
torwvard and settle the samen.
WM. McMAIIAN. Admt'r.
ma'rcht 21. 1881 28 8
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
A LL person's hasving Ileemarid,4 aug ist uthe
est.ite of Ja ull'.- M. PA Rt, deceased
waIt pret*OO t hem t one -m properiy' proved, to
the undlerstgne I, or beo foreve-r b~erred of aull
c~laim Aga s~ a s.d estaut.e; iad aii persona
itndebtiedi to saidii e5sate will please cotme for
svard andi seu Ili ihe 'atme
lIEN RL Y W. F.\It i, j Admu rs
nmaro' 21. 1-.81 38 3
N OTICE OF FINAIJ SETTLE~ILENT.
Not ice is hiereb~y givetn, I hat. I will aip.
[ly 10 0. L. Duran it, Prbate J1tudge for Pick
ens County, on 27 Ih A pril 1881l, for' leave to
make ai linasl se:ttlem'nt. of lmy Waurd W. B.
ImEM.~AN, and ask to be discharged there
fromi as Gtn'irdlianu
BENTON 8. FlREEMAN, Guardinn.
marcha 21, 18SS2d6
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
INotice is hereby given that. I will apply
to 0. L. Durant, Probate Judge for Pickens
County, on Tuesday, 26th daty of April next,
for leave to make a final settlement of the es
tate of JOHN S. W ALKER, deceased, and ask
to be discharged therefrom as Executrix.
ELEA NOR J. WA LKER, Ex'trix.
m arch 24, 1881 28 5
NOTICE TO FIDUCIARIES.
jNTOTICE is hereby g'ven to all Guiardinuns,
Adtmitnistrators and Executours, who have
not made their annual return for the year
1881. to come forwau'd and do 80, or else the
law int suchl case, masde and provided will be
enforced against. them.
0. L. DU R A NT, s.P P.C.
march 24, 1881 28 4
A LL persons are hereby warned against
trading or having any diealings with tmy
father, JOHN WV. WILSON, for he is of un
sound mind, and not competent. of doing any
busine. AtY WYATT.
march 24, 1881 28 8
YOUlNG LADIY T
Do you know the "Gypsies' Secret," how to
secure the constant, true love of y our hus
band! tir, itf you are not miarried, do you
know how to secure and maintan the true
love of your admirer! Or, itf you have no
suich, do you know how to secure the admi
ration of the, one you desire? If you want to
know all this, send $1, and I will send to
your address a pamphllet published by me,
giving "My experience among the Gypsies."
Mothers should send for* It for their daught
era. Invest that dollar and make your future
life a happy one. If you are dissatisfied
with my phiamplet, I will refund your money.
Address HEKRMAN MsLaTKa, Publisher of
"The Correspondent," Piat teville, WVis.
A A YEAR ANtD EXPENSES
'K 7 7 to ago nts. Outfit Free. Ad,
dress P. 0. V ICK E RY,
$ 9ayear to Agents, and expenses. $6
14 JOut St free. Address F. SWAIN & Co.,
N HOPING BY AIr, Mroro ach,
k1124 Qirard street, Philladeiphia, Pa.,
will do your hopping. Send for circular.
NEWSPAPERI ADVERTISING BUREAU, 10
SPRUCE 8T., NEW YORK.
F"maroh 24, 1881 - 28 .
'Hew to the Mark, Let the Chips
Fly as they May."
RUN AND READ.
HAVING BOUGHT MORE GOODS TH AN
ver before, I have been able to buy cheaper,
nd have now a number of big bargains. You"
rill be astonished to know that I sell
L WOMAN'S GOOD HOME MADE 81OE for
L WOMAN'S SERGE POLKA SHOE FOR 86
1OOD STOUT BROGANS FROM $1.10, UP.
For the Ladies.
Ilack Leghorn',Flat Hats, Cheap.
Vhite Leghorn Flat Hats, Cheap.
Ilack and White Leghprn Flat Hats, Cheap.
Magnificent line Straw Hats, Trimmed and
Jntrimmod for Ladies, Misses and Children.
lents Panama, Indian Panama and Macki
naw, beautiful styles and low prices.
50 dozen, just opened.
lome and see those beautiful Walking Hats
Come before my Goods are picked over
6nd see the largest and best assorted stock of
;eneral Merohandise'ln Pickens County.
Double Foot Plow Stocks at $3.50, worth
Flour, Bacon, and Nails, tlower than any
>ody. Try me.
E. B. HORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
marc_ 17,1881 27
RELIABLE GOODS ONLY
READ TILE LIST AND CALL ON
W. T. McFALL
Axe', 'Auger's, Alum,
Br" oms, Buckets, Bridles,
UGi ffee, C!andy, Craickers,
Dippura, Deistics, Da~rnerd,
Edglings, Essences, Eg,
Fisht, Flour, Forksa,
(linger, Glass, Gimlets,
lla~, Iames, H1oes,
Kerosene0, Kauires, Knobs,
M olasstes, Mu tcilagio, MIackerel,
liasis, Raors, Rags,
Su gar, Soapsj), Shovels
Vinegi.ar, Varnish, Vermifuge,
Wooden Wazre, Wax,
Excellent Goodi, Yarns.
Zine, Mirrors and manyfl3 other use,%
ful articles, always ON hand. (Onll.
If you dont see what ;you want, ask
rThese goods will be' sold on most
reasonable terms, for Cash or Barter,
or on time to prompt paying custom,~
WV. T. lYeFALL.
oct 28, 1880 6
HUGH SISSONS & SONS,
[mporters, Dealers and Mannfacturers of
Fuir nitue Slabs, Altars,
140 West Baltimore 8Sreet,
kND CORNER NORTHL AND) MhONUMENT STREETS.
Drawings and Estimates Furnishted Free.
feb 17, 1881 22 1
[ AM AGENT for the above CELEBRATED
FERTLIZElR. Plant ers will please take
lue notice and govern themselves according
y, as 1 feel confident it will be to their in.
crest to buy the Giant.
WANTED--ONE TIIOUSAND BALES OF
30TTON, for which the highest price in
mash will be paid.
W. 8. SMITIH.
Liberty, S. C.
march 10, 1881 25 4
1784 ?IiL 1881
logo and The OIeeeisdemoi engneebeed
HOVEY & TOWN ES.
Gr-eenville, S. 0.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STAFLE AND FANCY
Would call attention-to our Line of
CLOA KS, arid DOLM ANS,
TRUNKS, &c., &c.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
low York C1othmg KEmuh,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc.
GREENVILLE 8,- - . C.
AR. J. R.T.EY FERGUSON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to see and accommodate all of his
Pick ens friends,
nov.4,1880, 7 tf.
J. U. MOIAN & Dfl.
Revival in New Goods.
BL ACK 81LKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADE and MAMASSB SILKS and
SA TINS 90c. to $1.75.
BL ACK and FANCY SA TINS 75c. to $1.25.
Henrietta ClothI, Baratheoa Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere de l'Indo, Crepes, Cash
In these goodst we make a speciatlty, and
Molicit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods and Novelties
Is by f-ir the largest a~nd most varied and
contains more real GEMS than any other
stock e' er shao'.7 by us, including the ncw
St. M~arie Plaids
And the new and pooular colors "Cen
D'Armne" awl "'DregM of Wine,"' withI an ele
gant line of TfRll. MINGS to match.A
Embroidered Flainnel, one yard wide.
A good quality full regular 1I1088 at 20c.,
considered cheaip at 30o.
Matelesse Flannel, somethiing new and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolmnass,
To this department we call special attention
Fancy Baskets, Table Matts, &o.
Wo shall be very happy to have ouzr friends
J. U, MORGAN &t BRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oct 21, 1880 43 ly
THlE M~ORT WONDERFUL SHO0W EVER
seen in Pickens haosjusit arrived. A mong the
various Artieles in this Show and which can
be purchased nt the LOWEsTr CAS1 Pii
CES, are all kinds of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
FANCY ARTICLES, LAHR
H ARDWARE, CUTrLERY, and all kinds of
Groceries needed for faumily use. In fact
everything kept in a FirstClass GJeneral Mer
chaindise Establishment can be found here at
bot tom prices.
FRLESHI CORN MEAL will always be found
on hand for sale.
THIS88SH0W ca2 be found across the street
opposite the Court House, at the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR DIXIE GUANO.
Jan 1, 1881 15
TTPIT)A ''40GENTS WANTED
D1.~JIA~1 We want a limited
number of active, energetic business canvass
ers to engage In a pleasant and profitable
business. Good 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 engaged In.
None but those who mean business need ap-.
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No fee for preliminary examination.
No fee unless patent is allowed.
Fees less (han those of any other respon,
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Supreme Court, and District Courts.
Correspondence olicited and no charge
made for advice.
Books of Information sent free of charge.
Reference furnished upon request.
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PROFESSIONAL N OTICES.
Guo. 0. WxuL, G Fo. W. TAYLOR,
JAxxs L. Oxa, Pit,#C H. CT
Greenville. 8. C.
WELLS. ORR & TAYLOR,
A TTORNEYS # CO UNSEL ORS AT LA W.
PICKENS 0. U., 8. C.
Prompt attentlon given to buSiness entrusted
march 1, 1884 26
J.S.CrOTIRAN, M. F. ASEL, J E Boo
Abbeville S. C.j Greenville, S C Pic&ens 8 C
COTHRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PICEENS C. H., S. C.
Oflco i the Court House. Prompt
attentiow given t0 all business owe
truste( to them.
do 9, 1880 12
E. A. CHILD,
ATTORNEY J- COUNSELOR AT LA if'
P IC K E N S C. II. S. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of tho Sta(e
and Courts of the United States, for the D)]is
trict of Sou4h Carolina.
In cases requiring it able Attornoys will be
associated with me.
jan 0 1881 16
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
PASSENGER DEPA LTM1NT.
ATLANTA GA., January 10, 1831,
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains will in
on this Road an follows:
DAY PASSEN,nI R TRA 1.
( Enslward )
Arrive at Greenville at 10 42 a Ms
Leave Greenville nt 10 48 a i
Arrive at Greenville at 6 84 !
Leave Greenville at. 6 88 p a
NIMIlT P1AnSFNOEn TRAIN.
Arrive tGrev at at 10 1 9 m
Leave Greenville at 10 24 r
Arrive nt Greenville at 6 18 a us
Leave Greenville al.m26an
LoCA l, FPIGHOT TRAIN.
[E~a,. w ard.]
Arrive at Greenville at 7 52 a us
Leave Greenville at- 0i 26 a us
Arrive at Greenville at 4 15 p m
Leave Greenville at 4 55 p
TIutlot:iH VFEIoW TRArm.
Arrive at Greainy llo at 1 26 aim
Leave Greeniville at 1 32a
Arrive at Greenville at 11 16 p us
Leave (Greenv ille a t 11 Ig .
Conneeinug at A tlanta for all po'as sWest
('ennecu ing at C'h arlot te for all Ersutern
Thuroughm Tickels Onl sale at (laiuesville,
SecaIC City, Greenvitll and 8parianbarg 6.
all points East and Wesi.
0. J. VGEBAG I3
W. J Houst on, Gen'l Pass. & Tiehset Ag.a
Columbia & Greenville R R
-- sE -
CHIANGE OF~ SCHIEDUJLr,
On and after January 26th. 1311, the
Passuenger Trains ever the Greeuville sal
Columbia Railroad will be run daily, M#s
Leave columbia at 11 00 a a
Leave Alst on at 1 01 p a
Leave Newberry at i gg p R
Leave hlodges at 4 84 p a
Leave Belt on at I eg p g
Arrive at Greenville at 7 17pm
Leave Gi-eenvillo at 10 36 a us
Leave 15elton at 12 01 p a
Leave liodges at 1 19 p a
aienve New berry at 4 03 p m
Leave Alston at 5 01 p a
Arrive at Columbia at B 10 p a
Leave Newbherry at 00. n4S
Arrive at Laturens C HI 1 0pin70
Arrive at Newberry935ai381pm
Leave hlodges at. 0pm
Arrive at Abheville 18
Leave Abbevillo 22
Arrive7at00oages1100 p mn
Andeson ranc a 9 35u a dg3 86RpR
Arve aBeIlodget 1 10 p m
eaAnderson atc an BueRigeR.
adero aendeo wathla asfolws
Leave Berrll at7 41 p
Leave Seneca at 7 IS p a
Arrive at Wahalla 8 28 y a
Leave Walhalla at 9 05 a m
Leave Seneca at 91 4Sla na
Leave Perryvilleat *, 9 50 a s
Leave Pendleton ait 10 58 a am
Leave Anderson at 11 009 a
Au rie at Belton at. 11 59 p sa
Up and down Train, on the msain stem
make close connection at Columbia with tb.
up and1( down day paasenger Train, on me
Sout h Carolina R ailroad a nd wit hi lhe thres
Freiglht Trains, with Passenger Car atae64
on the Wilmington, Columbia and Aeps
Railroad, andl at Alston with the trias of Ot
Spartanburg, Union and Columbia Railred
for Union, Spartanburg, lI~edersooti,
A. Pors. GeneoralTiehet Agmat