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L AOAL. ITEMtS.
Methodit.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. sMcond
Sabbath In each month at 101 o'clock A. K.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath atI1 A. x.
Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x.
1resbyterian-Rev. Hugh MeLees at the
Udsthodlist Church, on 4h aba i at 11
o'clock a. m
Baptist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
The Editor is absent, visiting his
aged father who is very ill.
A. S. Lesley, Esq., reports squares
on his cotton.
Irisih potatoes will be all right in a
There was a potato slip stampedo
Good rains all over the County last
The 1. M. C. A. was drowned out
last Sunday evening.
Sheriff Mauldin has boon quite sick,
but we are glad to learn that he is
Rev. S. P. H. Elwoll preached an
instructive sormon last Sunday at
Rev. 0. L. Durant will deliver a
lecture to tho Sabbath School next
Sunday morning, alternate J. P. Cary.
Call to see B. R. Horton Esq., of
Liberty. He will give you a good
The rough places in the streets
should be made smooth before summer
time, so the pleasure rides will not be
The Professor's Biblo was stolen a
few days ago, and he employed a de
teotive who soon recovered the lost
Mr. G. K. Hendricks has a steam
engine with which to run a saw mill,
cotton gin, &c.
Pickons is going to have a graded
school, with an officient corps of
teachers, that will de'servo the paitron
:ago of the wholo country.
AR We go to press we learn that
Mi.Joel Bradloy, father of lHon. D. F.
Mradey (lied at his residence near
Easloy Station last Monday evening.
Mr's. J. W. Kelley, who lived near
Contral, in this C.ounty, died last
The friends of Mr. Elbort Br'own
~vill regret to hear of his death, which
ocourred at his reidenco near Central,
Mr. Van Arnold, died at the resi,
donce ot his mother, in Central, on
the 22d ult.
A great deal of the religion in the
dworld is like a life preserver, only p)ut
en in a great emergency, and then,
very often with the hind side before
Dr. S. WV. Clayton says his foreigner
is casily taught, industrious, and, he
thinks, will make a splendid farm
The meeting of the colored folks
last Sabbath at Mt. Nobo was largely
The pistol business has not entirely
played out yet; but you do not hear
follows boasting about shooting.
The wheat and oat crops have been
considerably injured by the protracted
Only two locusts have sung to the
inhabitants of this town; and thce
two failing to get anything to wet
their whistles, have left for parts un,
Prof. Gary's school will give an
exhibition in the Court House on the
evening of the loth instant, beginning
about 8 o'clock P. M. All w~ho feel
an interest in the education of youth
are requested to attend.
The ladies themselves will sell ice
4day at the now store on Main Street.
Hogs are dying up in Pumpk intown
Township. It is not known whether
it is caused from the cholera or from
having eaten too many locusts.
Pickens is a plcasant summer re
sort, and boforo very long it will be
perfootly delightful. So says a young
gentleman who is in a position to
know. Slomobody's aunt, sister and
cousmn are (is) coming soon.
We return thanks to the Cinean
Literary Society for an invitaition to
attend the closing exercises of the
rrospority High School. "4Patrino
and Prosperity is doing all she can to
spes Otiiitdatoamre u etge sto
Order the MASON AMLIN BAB
ORGAN from McSMrrT Musio HOUSE
GaumNviLu, S. C., and save freight
The ingredients of the Kauquita Ir
dian Worm Pellets are perfectl3
harmless, the principal ones have beer
gathered in the mountain forests o:
North America, and were used by the
Red Man with great efficacy. Foi
sale by Dr. J. W. Quilhan, Easley.
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at H. C. SuIRLY's,
Central, S. C.
Strike at the fountain head th(
sourse of all evil. It is worms tha
hat bas destroyed the health of youi
child. Give Shriner's Indian Vermi
fuge before it is too late. Only 2f
cents a bottle.
The public has long since awarded
to Ayer's Hair Vigor the fqremosl
place among reliable Hair Rostora
tivos. It is effectual, agreeablo and
absolutofy harmless. It makes the
hair fresh and luxuriant, and old age
scarc% and unfashionable.
A turn-piko road to the top o
Glassy Mountain is now talked of. It
will be kept up by the livery stable
men as a mattor of economy.
Caterpillars in marching, hold tc
each other's coat tail to prevent be
ing carried of' by their onemies. In
union there is strength.
A neighbor's dog had a narrow es
cape last Friday night. Next time
wo hope the escapO will be so narrow
that he will not escape.
We are glad to welcome among the
number of our exchanges the Seneco
Journal. We wish the publisher, W
M. Warlick Esq., success in his wor
Last Sunday afternoon thore was n
storm of wind passed through the
central, part of Liberty Township,
doing much damage to timber', and at
the same time we learn there wais ai
considerable freshoet in the brushy
Tho0 ladies have inang~urated a vr
comnda~l~fhlo .movement, to incrOeast
tho funds for' the purpose of bunilding
a Presbyteriarn Chiur'ch at this plae
They priopose to soil refre'chmnett
duiring Court, and at tho school exhi
Court comn ctes at this placo flexi
M ondaiy, Ihis 11 onor Juadge Itulsot
will prei'Cdo. Tho crimitnal basinoes:
is light, .imd it is probable L.ho civi
husi ness will not occupy moro that
Dudley JTalloy who was comnmnitcLe
to jail fort abttsing his wife was released
a few (days ago by TIriarl Justice Prict
for the wvant of' prosocutioni.
Th'lero is ontly one man in jail to bt
tried at this term of tho C7ourt-Mack~
Gowan, charged with thbo murdor o.
Antdy A ndor'son.
Last Wednesday wcck there wer<
238 poisons dr'owned in a little rivoi
called the Tfhamoes, near London, On
tario, by the sinking of a steamet
which was over loaded with pas
"'The Blue Ridge (rarin gets supper hier
now."--SencaL City .Journal.
This is I he mnos I extra'ord inairy t raiin we ev
er heard of. W hat ki ,d of victualis does
Oolemamn have pr'epare'd for it?
Mr'. WV. A. Clydo is the agent foi
this County, for tho szale ot ex..Presi
dent Davis' Ilistory, "The Rise am
Fall of tho Confederacy." This~ i
evidently the most implortanit histori
cal wvork ever published ini this counn
try, and ever'y family should posses
it. Mr. Clyde, will call upon the citi
zons, with a samplo copy and tak<
the names of those who wish th<
Nitr. WV. A. L essley, of this place
showoed us a bunch of oats last weed
of 107 stalks grown from one graiir
We counted one hend, whic'h ccn tain.
ed 42 pods, and each lpod had tw<
grains. Truking this head as ani aver.
ago, we find that t ho i ncronne frort
this one grain is 5,628 grains. Tfhiu
is the most extraordinary yield w<
ever heard of', and don't think it car:
bo beat ini the State.
Through the instrumentality o
Congreossnrn Aiken a now hotso mil
routo has been established by law~
f rom Ilart's Storo, in Greenvillo Coun.
ty, to Sunny iDalo, Pickens County.
The new route wvill be put in opera
tion on the 1st of Jutly next, anid thc
result will be the establishing of sov.
oral new ponLoflces along its lino and
consequently good mail facilitit s for
clie peoplo1 of that section of coun try
wvhce hoetofote there have been
none14 at all.
I AM TillS WEEK REPLENISHING MY
Stock, My trado has been unusually
largo this Spring, and I am encour
aged to offer my friends still
lower prices. After all,
Is the Key to Sutccess.
When you hear that HORTON will "Bust"
because he sells too low, remember that my
loss in that respect is my patrons gain, and
that I can work for less profit than most
To give you an idea, I will show this week
another lot of
Shoes at 65 Cents per Pair,
Woth "1 25.
Lot Lawns Figured at 6 1,2
Cents, Worth.10 Cets.
MY LARGE SPRING STOCK OF CLOTII,
ING is entirely exhausted, and I have now on
the road a
Well Assorted New Lot
If you think these specimen prices are
"Baits"-why just try the *baits' and nothing
Luck is a Fool.-Pluck a Iero
E., U. IKORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
juno 2,1881 38
A BIG SHOW 11
THE MOST WONDERFUL SHOW EVER
s-e in Pick ens has just arrived. Among the
various Articles in this Showv and which can
be purchased at the LOWEST CASil PRI
CES, are all kinds of
Staplo and Fancy Dry God,
FANCY ARTICLES, LAHR
IhAUDWARLE. CUTLERY, and all kinds 0o
- Groceries needed for family use. I n faict
Ieverything kept in a First Class General Mer
chandise Establishment can be Iound here al
FR ESi CORN MEAL will always be fount
on hand for sale.
TIll[SjSllOW can he founidacross the streel
opposite the Court Ihouse, at the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR :DIXIE GUANO.
jan 6, 1881 16
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.
IT is a most agreeable dressing, which
is at once harmless and effectual, for p~re
serving the hair. It restores, with the
gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray,
light, and red hair, to a r-ichi browvn, or deep
black, as may 1)e desired. By its use thin
hair is thickened, and b~ald1ness often
though not always cured. It checks falling
of the hair immediately, and1 causes a new
g' owth ini all cases where the glands are
not dlecayed1; while to brashy, weak, or
otherwise diseased hair, it implarts vitality
and strength, and rend~ers it pliable.
The Vxo cleanses the scalp, cures and
prevents the formation of dlandruff; and,
by its cooling, st imulating, and soothing
p~roperties, it heals most if not all of the
humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp,
)keeping it cool, clean, andl soft, under
which conditions diseases of the scalp and
hair arc impossible.
*As a Dressing for Ladies' Hlair
The Vzoon is incomparable. It is color
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and wvill
not soil white cambric. It imparts an
agreeable and lasting p~erfuime, and as an
article for the toilet it is economical and
unsurpassed in Its excellence.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
ratiea and Analytical Chornist.,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGoIS'TS UVERYWHER3.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
LNotice is hereby given that I will apply
to 0. L. Durant, Probate Judlge for P'ickens
fornty on Sat urday, 18th day of Junie next,
frleave to make a final settlemnent of the es
tate of LA. I,. TYG ER, deceased, and ask to be
discharged therefrom as Execntor.
.1. .J TnJInAuunE Excu-..
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. McFALLS,
WHICH IS OFFERED AT REA
sonablo Prices. Call and examino.
No Trouble to shov Goods.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE
Ready Made Clothing,
Ladics, Misses, Mon's and Boys' Hats
Factory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonades and Linens,
Confectionarios and Fancy Groceries,
Sugar, Coffeo and Molasses,
PlowsBacon, Lard and Flour,
Tablo and Pocket Cuitlery,
Lightning Cross Cut Sawvs,
Ihorso and Mule Shoes,
And in fact everything that any
reasonable person would ask for.
Remember thait no B.alits aro offered,
but overything sold at its real worth1
and satisfaction guarantcol every
W. T. McFALL.
manrch 31, 1881 29
J. H. MONA & DfO
R~evival ini New Goods.
BLACK SiLKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADE and MAMASSE SILKS and
SA TINS 90c. to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 75c. to $1.25.
I Ienriett(a ClothI, Uarathei a ClothI, Crepe,
ClothsI, Cashmere de l'Inde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we make a specialty, and
solicit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods aund Novelties
Is by far the largest andl most varied and
contains more real GEMS thin any other
stock ev er shown by us, including the new
St. Marie Plaids
And the new and popular colors "Glen
J)'Armo" and "Dregs of Wine," with an ele
gant line of TR IMMINUS to match. 9
Embroidlered Flannel, one yard Wide.
A good quality full regulq~r HOSE at 20c.,
considered cheap at 80h,
Matelesse Flannel, somnethiing now and
Table Linens,' Doyles and Napkins in new
Oloaks and Polnaans,
Tou this department we call special attent:ion
Faticy Baskets. Table Miitts, &c.
We shall be very happy to have our friends
J. H. MORGAN & BRO1.,
GRLEENVILLE, S. C.
oct 2, 1880 43 l
MONEY SAVED ISMONEY
PU IRCiASE YOUR ENGINES FROM US,
and save $100 on a 10 Horse $200 on a
20) lorse, and $300 on a 80 llorse--Power
Engine. Send for our prices before purchias
ing Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and Grist
Mills, Thireshiers, or any kind of Machinery.
We are Manufactur~ers' Agents, and guaran.
tee satisfaction in quality and price.
WA LKER & LOUD,
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near Chuarleston Hotual. Ch'arleston, tD. c.
apv7. WS81 30 3...
Gno. G. WrLLS, Go. W. TAYLOR,
JAwzS L. Oau, Pickens C. U. S. C
Greenville, 8. C.1 1
WELLs, OR & TAYLOR,
ATTORNEYS i OOUNSELORS AT LAW
PICKENS C. 11., 8. C.
Prompt attention given to business entrusted
march 10, 1884 25
J. S. COTHRAN, M. F. ANsEL, ,J E Booas,
Abbeville S. C. j Greenville, S C Pickens S C
COTHRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PICKENS 0. I., S. 0.
Offlico in tho Court 1ouse. Prom1pt
attCntion given t0 :ll butsiICs en,
trusted to them.
dec 9, 1880 12
R. A. CHILD,
ATTOJNrF 4- COUNSEILOR AT LAW
P I C KN" E N S C. II. S. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis
trict of South Carolina.
In cases'requiring it able Attorneys will be
associated with me.
Jan6 1881 1
HUGH SISSONS & SONS,
Importers, Dealers and munfacturers of
Fur naitane Slab., AItanrs,
140 West Baltimore Ssreet,
AN) COnRNE-R NoRTiH AND MO NUMENT STR.ir ITS.
Drawings and Estimates Furnished Free.
feb 17. 1881 22 1
SI guaranltee SIIRlNER'5
INDIAN VERMIFUGE to
~ ? ~ destroy and expsel Worms
from the hum an body,
where they exist, If used
according to the dire.
tionq. It is a safe and rom
FOR SAL.E BY ALL. DRUGGlSTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
- David E. Foutz, Prop,
~d 'tIh~P N~d 'SN0S 9P H3JMv'I IAt~vc
BIG PAY a OEN n Sa
numbier of active, energetic business canvass
ers to engage in a pleasant anid profitable
business. Good men will find this a rare
To Jiake MIoney.
Such will please answer this advertisement
by letter, eniclosin g stamp for reply. stating
what buzsiness they have been engaged in.
None but those who mean business uced ap
FINLEIY, 11AiwVEY & CO)., Alanta, Ga.
HORSEKAND CATTLE POWDERS
Will Oure or p~roveOnt Disonse.
/No flonsrr will (tic of coic. iboi or L.UNO Fu.
V'Ru, if Foutz's P'Ow(1ors aro uset! In tittue.
Foutz'n Powders wi!lleure andl prevent I loo CrTOLXnA
Frontz's Powders will prevent GA-1:a IN Fo(wca
Fontz's P'owders will increas.e the qjuanity of miit
en renni twenty per cent., and make tho butter flrw
Fout4,'s Powder, will enre or provent almost irvuuy
DJ8EABE to which H~orses and Calttle nr(o subjet.
!olTT8' ERSau WILL oIyg sATISFeAOTION.
DAVLD EL 'OUTE;jProprioor,
For sale by Dr-. J1. W. Q UI (L LI A N, Easley
L ARIMON WVII~ily,
G4reaitest Whlael of tile Age.
For Sale by
TIIOS8. W.\ DAVIS,
Greenuville. N. C.
ALSO, .!)EAL4Els IN STEAM EN
GINES, SAW MILUI3', COTTON
GIN l'IUESSJES, SEWING MA.n
C IN ES, &c.
at'g l'- 1S0 17
Mefumend & Danvil R. o.
Change of Bohedule.
On and after May 15th, 1881, 'assenge'
Train Service on the Atlanta and Charlotte
Air Line division of this Road will' be so
UNITHD STATES MAIL No. 48-[A]
Leave Atlanta 4 00 an*
Arrive at Lula (E) 0 45 an
Arrive at Toccoa (F) 7 58 an
Arrive at Seneca (o) 9 20 a a
Arrive at Greenville (u) 10 68 a m
Arrive at Spartanburg (K) 12 14 p M
Arrive at Gastonia (L) - 286 p m'
Arrive at Charlotte (1%) 8 85 p ra'
N Y EXPRESS-NO. 47-[i]
Ieave Atlanta 8 15 p nx
Arrive at Lula 5 59 pim'
Arrive at Toccoa 7 15 p m
arrive at Seneca 8 40 p na
Arrive at Greeniville 10 20 p
Arrive at Spartanburg 11 40 m
Arrive at Gastonia 2!04a im'
Arrive at Charlotto 8 16 a m'
U s rAST :AIL--No 49-[o].
Leave Atlanta 6 8
Arrive at Lula 9(06 p ni
Arrive at Toccoa 10 16 p na
Arrive at Seneca 11 25 p ug
Arrive at Grecnville 1 00 a m
Arrive at Spartanburg 2 11 a ra
Arrive at Gastonia 4 27 p in
Arrive at Charlotte 6 35 a na
U s MA IL-No 42-[A]
Leave Charlotte (u) 12'80 p I'
Leave Gastonia (L) 1 27 p m
Levan Spartanlburg (I<) 8 60 p M
L'ave Greenville (Ii) O7p
Leave eneca (a) 6 61 p 3W
Leave Toccoa (F) 8 01 p m
LClive Lula (E) 9 16 p m
Arrive at. Atlanta 12 05 a m
N Y IYPRESS-No 48-[u]
Leave Charletin 12 20 a m'
Leave Gastonia 1 30 a m
Leave S:partauburg 4 05 a m,
Leave Greenvillo 6 18 a m)
Leave Seneca 7 02'a m
Leave Toccoa 8 15 a n
Leave Lul-h 9 81 a m
Arrive at Atlanti 12'20 p In'
,,U s FAST MAIL--NO 50 [c]
Leave Charloto 12 10 a m
Leave Gastonia 12 66 a in
Leave Spartanburg 2 Ma ft
Leave Greenville 4 05 a m
Leave Seneca 6 27 a i
Leave Toccoa 6 80 a m
Leave Lul1 7 69 a in
Arrive at, Atlanta 10 00 a m'
CON N ECTIONS:
[A) with arriving trains of GeorgiaCone
trail and A & WV P ltailroada
 with art iving trains of Georgia Cer'
trail, A & WV P and WV & A Rtailroads
[('] with arriving trains of Georgia R R
[E] with Northeastern Rtailroad of Ga. to
andl~ trom Athiens, Ga
[F] with Elberton Air Line to and from
 with Columbia aind Greenville to and,
fromn (olumpia and Ch-arleston
[II] wit h Columi& andl Greetlville to and
f'romu Columbaia and Charlestcon
[K] with Spartanburg and Asheville, and
Spartanaburg, Union and Columbia to and
fromU IIlenderson and Asheville, and Alon
[ L] with ChLeat er and Lenior Narrow Geueg'
to and from D)allas and Chester*
[M] with C c & A--C a-R & D and A T &
olfor p~ointL West,- North and East,
Puhanan Sleeping Car Ser'vice on rndus
Nos. 47 andi~ 48. Daily. wvithaout change, be
twen Atlanta and New York.
A. POPE)J, Gen'l Passenger A gent
Columbia & Greenville RU
CUANGE (GF SCIIEDULE,
On and after Monday, May 28d. 1881,
paosenger traims will run as herewith indly
cated Upon this R~oad and its brancheo>
Daily, except Sundaiys.
edo. 42. U? PASSENGEn
Leave columbia [A] 11 00 a in
Leave Aiston [nJ 12 02 p er
Leave Newherry at 12 56 p in
Leave lIOdhges at 8 31 p in
Leave Jielt on at 4 64 p it
Arrive at. Greenville at 6 20 p in
No. 43. DOWN PASSENuER
Leave Greenville at 10 27 a mI
Leave lIehion at, 1 1 65 a ma
Leave I lodges at 1 18 p mn
neave New berry at 3 64 p in
Leave Alston at [a.] 4 61 p in
Arrive atL Columbia [r] 6 50 p mn
Leave Newberry at 4 00 p mn
A*rrive at lLarens C II 6 60 p in
Leave Lauraens 8 gO a a
Arrive at Newherry 11 80 p in
Leave Hodges at886pi
A rrive a t Albbeville 6pi
Leave A bhevillIe1 0
Arrive at Iodges 10pi
Andelrs~on Branch and Bu ig .
Leave Belt on at47p
Leave A nderson at 68
Leave P'enadlet on at 81
Leave Senca~ [V] 72
Arrive att Wailhalla 74
Leave WValhalla at 92
Leave Seneen [n] 96
Leatve Pendleton at i 0ai
Leave Anaderson at i1aa
.\u ave a. J~ltonat 8 45 a a
A. Ilth SC Rairoadfro2 harlston
Wit iWlminto Bluo e ind Ag R.R
Raiload rom ilmlgto 1and a
With(~ a& ARailoud romcharo2t a as
I~airoal fr Sprab 11 and a ont
A unv atBeto patnbgad A 11vl 4R aR
A. With AtiiRailrod frmcharlesto Lne
).WIth Aanta &Rarodm charlotte ArLn awa
frlm Apoint nt thereond
u. with Spartanburg, Union and olumba B
Raroadf Spartanburg andal points pr
ontearbrg and Asheville R
v. witk a laa d fCharlto irne
,t fori lanm aapingtntsmi n south gust.
faro d Arlantaangeon d th rb
With Wilinto, Coluambia and AugUstb
Railraoad for Chtarlotte and the N orth