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Stethodist.-Re,.. . L wel h second
Sabbath In each month pt .104 o'clock A. M.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. M.
Rev. J. G Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. K.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MeLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
o'olock a. m
Baptist-Secona Church, Rev.W. B. Single
ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
ia each month at I o'clock a. n.
L. Jvr. IILBouawu & Go., Newspaper Ad,
vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md. are authorized to contract for
Advertisements In Tun PIcKKNs SMNTINsL at
our best rates.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of S. Brafman, Greenville, S.
C., which appears In this issue. ls
stock is large and if you want a good
suit call on him.
Rev. D. Weston Miott will preach
the funeral of Miss Carrie' Looper, on
the 3d Sabbath in June next, at 11
o'clock A. Mf.
TAn-30 cents per gallon at VAR
x~nv McBiai's [Iairems and Saddlery
Store, Mtain S'reet, Greenville, S. C
bir. J. G. Black, dealer in, Clocks,
Watches, and all kinds of silver-ware,
can be found at the Canble Corner,
Greunville, S. C. Call at-d see for
yourselves when you visit the city.
ELECTION OF ToWN OFFICERS.-At,
the election for this plieo on Monday
last, the following gentlemen were
electe d: intendart, P. McD. Alexan,
4 -der; Wardens, J. 1 No wberry, J. E.
Boggs J. T. Price.,and G. W. Taylor.
Use Kauquita Indian Worm Pol
lets. A sale and suro remedy fir
worms. Fui- sale by Dr. J. W. Quil.
C. P. Barrott, W. B. Allgood, E. F.
,Allgood, G. W. Taylor, Alex. Allgood,
W. T. Bowen, J. M. Loopor and War
ren Boyd, the committee appointed by
.Ccona l13:ptist, Church, to h.ive a new
-hiurch built, at that place, will meet
in the 1-fliee ot ( '. P. Unrrett, at. Plick
eun (. II., onl~ Stur~day', the 1 6th inst..
nt 3 o'clock P. M.
ArI'.AN'vic AND) [PhE.\Chl BioAD YAr.
.LCY R~AJraoAr No-r:CL-The an nual
mlieeting <, I stLoekhbiers of theu Atlan
'11 an f d F'rech :11 frma1l Va:lle Rail0roaLd
'w 11 he he heldI at 12 M , on Thlursday,
MNay 5:h, at, Bultonu, Ani'lorson coun ty,
8. C. 1By provJiin of 1I telhart.c'r, all
*bt.(Wk mnolst be repre'sented m ~ l perison
or by proxy, duly3 execn:erd.
W. J- l\TaK, See'ry
Ass the child in timie. D)o rot
wait unitil ain army of worm's have
been recru'ited anid te h~euit h of the
child dest ro) edi. A fe w duses of
*b ibibera'sI) d in Vermifutge, t he in
lailible irmedy, niever fai l. to do the
wor'k wvell, it used according to the
FIRE-On Tuosdaty of l104, week,
:th~o building srtunted in the forks oft
the Greenvillo and Easley :onds, just
-outside o~f the corporate limits of town,
belonging to Mr. Hi. B. Hendricks,
and known as the old "Bar Room,"
-was etitirely consumed by fire. A
colored employee of Mr. Hendricks
slept in tho house and had left fire in
the firep'ace in -the morning when he
went out to work. Thle wind, during
ithe rain storm in the evening, blowv
the door open and scattered the fir~e
over the hous'e, from w. hich it catught
aLnd wvas enveloped in flames before
discovered. Mr. Uendricks contemp,.
lates building a new dweling this
year, and had quite a large quantity
of the lumber tor that purpose stacked
.away in the house; besides a quantity
of cot n, pean, bncrn, &o. All of which
was entirely consumted. Hie esti mates
his loss at between $800 and 81,000.
The timeo of year has como when
A boys have a strong andl overpowering
inclination to go a fishing. Give them
a chance to go nowv aund then. It will
do them good. We have a great sym
pathy with boys who with pin-.hook
can stand over Town Crcek, with a
poio in hand sufficiently large to draw
out a 50..pound sturgeon. It may be
that the sum total of tish in the creekc
would not equal in weight the gourd
of worms the boy carries for' bait; yet
it is a lelasant delusion, and will do
the boy no hzit mn. Lot him fish now
S and then, and lot himi join his neigh
bors in gigging occasionally. You
may recollect how it was yourself
when a boy. We never see a muddy,
freckled faced boy, with torn tr'ow's
era, and a lock of sandy hair stiching
ont of a hole in his hat, ret urning
from the creek after a few hourn' fish,
inn, t'rmphantly swinging noout four
little dried up minnows, btut our heart
goes out to meet him and rejo ice with
IS FAST APPROACHING, AND
with It the usual dull times, but
not necessarily dull when
we take into conside.
ration the unusual
LARGE STOCK OF
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
W. T. McFALL'S,
WHICH IS OFFERED AT REA
sonable Prices. Call and examine.
No Trouble to show Good&
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE
Ready Mado Clothing,
Ladies, Misses, Men's and Boys' lats
Factory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonados auid Linens,
Confectionaries and Faney Groceries,
Sugar, Coffee and Molamses,
Bacon, Lard and Flour,
Table an~d Pocket Cutlery,
Lightning Cross Cut Saws,
Horse anid Mulo Shoes,
And ini fact everything thait any
reasonable person woulti ask tor'.
Remembher thait noC Baits are off'ered,
but everythinig sold at, its real worth,
and satLidac'ion guarantee.I every
W. T. Mc~FALL.
march 31, 1881 29
"Hew to th~e Mark, Let the Chips
Fly as they May."
RUN AND READ.
HAVING BOUG HIT MORE GOODS THI&N
ever before, I have been able to buy cheaper,
and have nlow a number of big bargais. You
will be astonished to know that I sell
A WOMAN'S GOOD HOME MADE SHOE for
A WO\MAN'8 SERGE POLKA SHOE FOR 85
GOOD 8"OUT BROGANS FROM $1.10, UP.
For the Ladies.
Black Leghorn'Flat Hats, Cheap.
Whte Leghorn Plat. Hats, Cheap.
Black and White Legborn Flat Hats, Chanv.
Magnificent line Straw Hats, i rimmed and
U~ntrimmod for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Gents Panama, In dian Panama and Macki
naw, beautiful styles and low prices.
60 dozen, just opened.
Come. and see those beautiful Walking Hats
Come before my Goods are picked over
and see the largest and best assorted stock of
genera) Merchandise',ln Pickens County.
Double Foot Plow Stocks at $8.60, worth
Flour, Bacon, and Nails, glower than any
body. Try me.
E. R. HORTOlN.
L iberty, 8. C.
march 17, 1881 27
Notice to~ TIeachers.
ORthe convekeiensce of all concerned, I
. eey give untice that, 1 will lhe in my
Office at Pickens Court House on each SA LU.
DAY and 3d $ATURDAY in every month.
The short, time remaining Ina which to visit
the schools during the Spring 8esuion, pre
vents my being there more frequently.
0. T. JONES,
ALMOST A FL.--The law office of
Mr. A. A.JChild came very near being
burned up one night last week. The
floor In front of the fire place caught
during the night and a large hole was
burned out when discovered next
morning. Mr. Chiki says that be had
a fire In the morning, but before noon
it was all burned out, and that there
was no more fire made during the day.
From certain evidences, he is of the
opinion that some person or persons,
bad gone into bis ofloo during the
night(for what purpose he does not
know) and had built up a fire from
Which the floor caught.
A Very Interesting Work.
We havo exanoned a copy of Prof.
0. S. Fowler's great worU, on Man
hood, Womanhood, and their.Mutual
Interrolations; Love, Its Laws, Power,
e-t., published by the National Pub
lishing Co., of Philadelphia. We bail
its advent with undisguised sutisfac,
Lion, and cordiully commend it to the
perusal of all classes of our communi,
ty. Forty years experienceins a teach
or and lecturer on science, and a long
life devoted to consultatiors and ad
vice in connection with subject8 con
corning which men and women hesi,
tate to confide-even in their physici
ans-have enabled Professor Fowler
to give to the world the uost remark~
ablo aid useful volume of the day, and
one whilcl should ffid its way luto the
hands t.f every conscientious man and
As its 'title Indicates, it ie devoted
to an, ex)lanationi of the laws which
govern the sexes in their relations to
aci other; the igiorance of which
caupas so much sorrow and stuffering
in the world. Thousande will thank
the author for his disclosures, and we
predicL that the book will'mark the
begiriing of a clemer underbtandiig
of the subjent whereof it, treats. Men
will be rreisted in their hue.dless course
an1d made to think of the misery they
are enitading upon their fiamilie -and
themselves through ignorance. Wives
will finod in this volume a stiro anid
sale road to thin accoam plishmentr of ov,.
cry true wife's desires. Women who
wish to retain t.heir health and bonau
ty in) mturetti life, will be taught, .ina
this v'olumm the se'cret of doing so,
and w ill alno learno here the; ra nomecans
el keepi g iheir hu.sbanrds faithful.
TIhere 'vourid bie fewver tiresides made
de ae by the loss of a loved wife;
fe wer nodi~e un happy by at prem~aturc,.
lycld , brokn ma nd enfeebcl wifo, ii
thoi !-nvs of"?Sexul Science~" w'hich
aru liil duownr and expland in this
boo(k were bette'r und(er.,tood and more
actecd up jon.-T he bes'~t gLIlarntee of its
(eellenuce is the tact that its sug~ges
tions anrd remedies meet the approval
of every in.telligentt physician in the
con itry. It ex(poses qua)Lcks an d pa,,
ent meidicinies unmJ~ereifully', and by its
commuon-sn4(so-views will SaIve many
a dollar for those who follow its in-=
str'uctions, as well as pttt thema on the
sure road to health. It, will show
how motherse can av(oid much of their
suffering, and how they can raise
daughters fit to be wives and mothers.
It, Will sho0w meni how to develop
their manly vigor, and women how to
p~'rmoto the growth of those charms
which 'ender them so attractive to
men. It, will show how happiness
may be made to reign supremeflb in the
doumestic circle, and how it, may be
brought, back to those from whom it
has fled. The book appeals to every
class, and to people of' aalh ages, tastes,
and~ habits, nnd wo hope it, wvill be
read by every man, and woman in our
broad land. rTho0 author addresses
himself with especial force to those
contemplating marraaign, and we most
cordiialhy commend his book to all
such. It is pure and elevated in tone
and abounds in useful informnation
concerningc both sexcs. Its low price
brings it within r'each of tall, anid tire
informatiom it conitauins is beyond
value. Its circulation will be a ben
efit to society.
Thej1 book is issued by subscription
only, and Mr. WV. A. Cly'de, who is the
authorize'd ngent for this section, is
now canrvaising for it.
Just received a large lot of' Cloth.
ing, at 11. C. SIrtLEY'8,
Central, S. C.
MONEY 8AVED I8 MONEy
P)URCH ASE YOUR ENGINES PRO11 us,
Larnd save $100 o' a 10 Hvorse; $:200 on a
20) Horse. and $800 on a 80 Hore--.Power
Enmgine. Send for our prices before punrchian
ing Engines. Otns, Presses, Saw and Orist
.\lil, Thireshere, or any kind of Machinery.
We~ are hMnuneturers' Agenma, and gumaran.
tee satisfaction in quality and price.
WALKER & LOUf,
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near Chsrlston Hotal. Charlean, . Cre.
TO CLOD -OUT!
The balance of our stock
will be closed oud at ex
NEW YORK COST,
to make room for our
immense stock of
Spring and Summer
TO ARRIVE SOON !
Just received and ready for inspec,
tion, a large and attractive
TO BE MADE TO ORDER.
LF. w. Jo) & co.
dec 23, 1880) 14 Sm
3. I. MORIA& E.
Revival in New Goods.
BL A CK SILKS 85c. t o $2 25.
BROCADE and MAMASSE SILK9 and
8A TINS O0c. to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SA TINS 75c. to $1.25,
Henrietta (loth, Baraehea Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere die lIde, Crepes, Cash
Ini these goods w'e make a specialty, and
solicit a cohuparason.
Our 8tock of
DresM Goodis anid Novelties
is by far the largest and most varied and
contains more real GEMS than any other
stock e'er shown by us, including the new
Nt. Marie Plaids
And the new and popular colors "Gen
D'Armne" and "Dregs. of Wine," with an ele
gant line of T~tIMINIINGS to match.
Embroider-ed Flannel, one yard wide.
A good quality full egular 1108E at 20c.,
considered cheap at 80c
Ma'elesse Flannel, something new and
Table Linene, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolmans,
To this depart ment we call special at tention
Fancy Baskets, Table Matte, &c.
We shall be very happy to have our friends
J. H. MORGAN & BRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oc 21, 1880 43 l
THE P.OST WONDERFUL SHI~ EVER
seen in l'ickens has just arrivedJ. Among ihn
various Artieles in this Show and which can
be purchased at the LOWEST CASH Pi.
CES, are all kinds of
Staple and Fanoy .lry Goods,
FANCY ARTICLES, LEATHER,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, and all kinds or
Groceries needed for faimily uise. In fact
everything kept in a First Class General Mer
"handie Establishment can be found here at
FRLESHI CORN MEAL will always be found
on hand for sale.
T H IS Si1OW caa be found across the street
opposite the Gourt House, at the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR *DIXiE GAN).a
Patents for Inventise.
E. W. A xriason. J. C. Sftt';
ANDRSON & SMITI, .
Attorneys at Law No. 700' Seventh Street.
Opposite the Uni'ed States Fe** Ofoe,
Wasington, D. C.
No fee for preliminary examination.
No fee unless patent is allowed.
Fees leas than those of any other respon,
Praotice in the U. S. Patent Offide, U. S.
Supreme Court, and I)istrict Courts.
Correspondence tolicited and no eharge
made for advice.
Books of information sent free of charge.
Reference ftrnie.ed upon request.
,ranDIAN VsasERUe to
destroy and expel Wermno
ftrom e h man bede
where they entst, i ;;e
se*ordiag to the diree.
tions. It 1s sae a re
FOR SALE BY AL.L DRUGGI8TS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E. Foutz, Prop.
YOUNG; L ADYV
Do you know the "Gypsies' Secrer," how to
secure the constant. true love of)our hus
band! Ur, ir you are not married, do you
know how to securo and mailtain the true
love of your admirer! Or, if you have no
suCh, do you know how to secure the adini
ration of the one you desire? If yot want to
know all this, send $1, and I will send to
your address a pamiphlet pt~buisfiedf )y me,
giving --ly experience anon g uhe (lypsies."
Mothers should send tor ii for their daught
era. Invest that dollar and ruakeyour fiture
lie a hapPy one. If you aro dissatistied
with my phamp!et, I will retund your money.
Address IERM. NELSTIL, uhlijlsher of
"The Correspond e- t,'' Plat teville, W is.
A N AR ANDi EXi' NS'S;
t 4gents. Outfit Vre-e. Ad,
7 7 d ess P. 0. V10KERY,
$ 99a year to Agents, and expenses. $6
Out tit free. Address [F. SWAIN & Co.
"SHOPPIN i L MaGjoarch
kJ 1124 Uirard street, Philiadelphia, Pa.,
will do your shopping. Send for circular.
N WSIAPES [NOIBIUlNAU, 10
SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK.
marcha 24. 1881 28 3
1l A SEED Sae BE ST
?su* cngottlernrm~ D.rop
lou un os. Ta det cd oi ar i.
Gro*,,. ,, I; 'JtI~ &andmoea.eessa.
DAVID LANDRETI & SONS,Prmn.,pA,
How L rmat, How Restored,
J UST published, a new edition of DR. CUt
p) VERWELL'S Celebrated Essay on th<
Radical cure of 8p ermatorrhaoea, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Im
potency, Mental and Physical Incapacity,
ipedimnents to Mlarriage, etc., also Con
sumption, Epi'epsy, and Fits; induce I by
selt-indulgene or sexual ext ravagance, &c.
The celebrated author, ini this admirable
Essay,, clearly drmonst rat es, from a thirty
y'ears'suiccessfual practice, that the alarming
consequaences 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 ho in the hands
of every youth and every man inethe land*
Bent unader seal, in a plain envelope,'to
any address, post-paid, on rcceipt of cix cents
or two postage stamps.
Address thie Publishers,
TIlE CULVERWE iLL~ MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann 5'., New York; Postoilice Box, 4586
ap 1. 1880 28 ly
F O T.TT Z "S
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
No Hboegwil d of~ rOOflflE.Bu:or L~Vt Fa
VTan. Ii Foutz's Powders are Ufsed in t ime.
Fontz's Powcders w Ill cure arnd preoven t h oe Criorua
Foutz's Powders will prevent GAPms iN FOWLIa
Fontz's Powders will Inorease the quantitr of milk
ad cream taenty per cent., and meake thbe butter fira
Foutz's Powders will cure or prevent alrtic,.t afsny
DXaZAsU to which hiorates andt Cattle a:-e bit h''et
aOT' Po DEua WILL GIVU SATsFAc'Ilox.
DAVID Z. 3'OUTZ, Proputetor,
3A LTr MOns. X4.
For sale by Dr. J. W. QUJII4LIAN, Easley
Greatest Wh~iee of the Age,
For Saile by
TITOS. W. D)AVIS,
GreenUville. S. C.
ALSO, DEALER IN STEAM EN
GINES, SAW MILLS, COTTON
GIN PRE~SSES, SEWING MiA.
aug 12,18 AT a 4
Gap. 0.. WMAs, VGo. W. TArgoo6
JAkVS L. Ona,.
Greenville, B, C..
WELLS OR & TAYLOB,
A 7'TORN2YS COUNBL 0R A T LA W.
PICKENS 0. U., S. 0.
Prompt attention given to business entrusted
march 10, 1884 25
J.8.CoRAW, M. F. ACOTaRA J S M eIng
Abbeville 8. U. j Greenville, 8 0 Plokens8 0
COTERAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PIQENS 0. E,,O 0,o.
Office in the Conrt Hiouse. Prompt
attontion given to al1 buuines eso
Lruoted to therm
(ee 9, 1880 12
R. A. CHILD,
ATTORNET COUNSILOR AT LAW
P I C K EN 8 0. M.. m.,
Will Practice in all the Covrts of the Stael
and Courts of the United State@, for 9he Dig.
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it abl Attorneys will be
assooiated w1,6 Me.
jin 6 1881
Atlanta & ChaliotteAir Line Railway
ATLANTA GA., January 16, 1961,
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains wlIZ rma
on this Road as follows:
DAY PARSKNIGER TRAINg
(East ward )
Arrive at Greenilie as 10 42 am
Leave Grcenville at 10 48 a M
Arrive at Greenville at 1 84 p a
Leave Greenville at S &5 p a
NIGUT PABSKNOGR TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 10 19 p a
Leave Greenville at 10 14 y a
Arrive at Greenvjie at 5 18 a a
Leave Greenville at 1356 aa
LOCAL FnIGHT TRAIN.
Arrive at Greenville at 7 gga
Leave l reenville at 9 26 ain
Arrive at Greenville at 4 15p
Leave Greenville at 4 66 p a
Arrive at Greenvalle at 1 20 a a
Leave Greenville at 1 68 & m
A rrive at Greenville at 1l16 lp ,,
Leave GJreenaville at 2 1 gg a
Connecting at Atlanta for all po sae get
Connectinag at Charlotte for all listera
Th'Irouagh Tickets on sale at OaInesvillej
Seneca City, Greeweille and Sparlaahurg t4
all points East and West.
U. J. FOREAOEa5
W. J Ilouston, Gen'l Pass. & Tichet Aah
Columbia & Greenville X fl
CHANGE 01F SCHEDULE,
On and after ,January 26th, 1551, the.
Passenger Trains ever the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad will be run daily, Sea.
Leave columbia at 11 00 a m
Leave Aiston at 1 03 p a
Leave Newberry at 1 8 p
Leave llodges at 4 84 p a
Leave Belton at 5 68 p e
Arrive at Greenyille at 7 17 p a
Leave Greenville at 10 85 a na
Leave lielton at 12 01 p a
Leave llodges at 1 19 p na
eveNewberry at 4 08 p
Leave Alston at 6 01 p a
Arrive at Columbia at Sl4 10
Leave Newberry at 10 00 a mn 4 55 p a
Arrive at Laurens C 11 12 30 p mn 7 00 p a
Leave Lauirens 7 00 a mn 1 00 p m
Arrive at Newberry 9 86 a in 8 85 p a
Leave Hodges at 4 40 p a
Arrive at A bheville i 80 p as
Leave Abbeville 12 20 p sa
Arrive at Hodges 1 10 p m
A nderson Branch and Blue .Ridge ..
Daily, except Sundays, bet ween' Dels
Anderson and wralhalls a follows,
Leave Belton at 5 et p na
Leave Anderson at 6 Rl p a
Leave P'endlet on at, 7 11 p a
Leave P'erryvill. 7 41
Leave Seneca at yg
Arrive at Walhalla ' "5y
Leave Walhialla at 9 *5 a a
leave Seneca at 9 48,a a
Leave Perryville at 9 5s a
Leave Pendleton at 10 28 a a
Leave Anderson at 11 09 a a
Ai rive at Blelton at 11 59 p sa
Up and down Trains on the main stem
make close connection at Columbia with the
up and down day passenger Trains on 90e
Routh Carolina R ailroad and with the throwth
Freight Trnins. with Passenger Car attaehed
on the Wilmington, Colnmbia and Angesta
Railroad, and at Aistom with the trims of sta
Spartanbu:rg, O7nion and Columbia Railroad
for Union, Sparts'nburg, HenldersoviWe,
I W FRT,
A. V.?', Generae.rted Agda