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Methodist.--Rev. 8. P. it. lwell. svsed4
Sabbath in each month at 1 o'oleek A. 3.
Rev. Olin L. Durant 8d Sabbath L11 A. .'
Rev.. 0. Graham, th bbath at 8 . Um.
Presbyterlan-Rev. ffluh McLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th abbath at A1
o'clock a. m
Baist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ton - tor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
in *Mh month at 11 o'clock a. m.
Cher-ries and dewberries are ripe
and. pastry cooks are happy.
Green apples :now enuse many
children tolhave sleepless nights,
The bots killed a fine mule for Mr.
W. A. tesley, of this;place, last week,
Aluch of the wheat in this County
has~been out. The crop is said to be
a moderately fair one.
The tnasons of Liberty Station and
0 'vicinity are talking of organizing a
iodge at that place.
Glassy Mountain Methodist church
has been abolished by the Methodist
Quite a number of our town people
went out to the District Conference
at Tabor church on last Sunday. Dr.
Jones, the presiding Elder was pres
ent and preached on Sunday.
When a young man rides horse
back to church, he had better be care,
ful and not place his saddle in the bug,
gy of another young man who ex
poets to carry his sweetheart home.
He might have his saddle carried off,
and be forced to ride back home bare
backed, in the event he could not find
a friend going his way -in a buggy.
The Presbyterian congregation at
this place propose to build for them
selves a house ot worshiip, and will
V_ likely commence work in a short time
as the initiatory steps have already
been taken. The site decided upon
iA on Main street in front of the resi
dence of AMrs. Flora Griffin.
Tho Methodist church at this place
should be coiled, and we hope the mem
Ibors will -take the matter wnder con
sideration. Seventy five or eighty
dollxt will be sufficient, anid we think
that amount could be easily raised.
NoTCes TO TEAcHER.-The Exam,%
ination of Teachlers will be hold in
the Court House~ on the firsit Fridlav
andrSaturday in July next.. First
G radni vll apply Friday; Second and
Third, Saturday. Certificates issued
this year, as well as those issued for
the year 1880, will be roeewed on
aIppiencation of the teaichier.
0. . T. JON ES, School Comn.
TIA NKs -We retnrn thaniks to the
yoiing-ladies -of thoe WVelean Fem~aale
Institut-e, Staunton Va., for an invitai
tion to ourself and ostter hialf to at
tend the cornmencement exercises of
their institution, Juno 13th, 14th and
15th. The latin valedictory is to be
delivered by Miss Mattie P. Calhoun
of Abbeville, and the valedictory be,.
fore the graduating class by Miss Ad
die R. Hoellingsworth of this place.
eare gratified to learn that Miss
Addie has taken a very high stand in
the College, and feel assured that she
will graduate with flying colors.
Gentlemen whose beards are not of
apfeasing shade can remedy the de
foet; by the use of Buckingham's Dye
for Lhe whiskers.
..Thousands of children are saved
from disease and death every year by
t116 tiniely use of Shriner,s Indian
Vermifuge, the popular remedy. On
Jy'25 cents a bottle.
THE EXUIBITION.-On last Friday
night, the igh School at this place,
closed its first session by an exhibi
tion, at which there was a large, re..
spectable and intelligent audience.
The exercises consisted of declama
tions by the boys and the reading of
the compositions of the girls. The
small boys were introduced by Mas..
ter Claud Alpxander, in a very ap'-.
4 propriate manner, and the larger boys
were introduced by Mr. Cary, the
teacher. The compositions were read
by gentlemen selected by each girl
for that purpose. To discriminate
between any of the declamations of
the boys or the compositions of the
girls would be a palpable injustice,
and we will only say that all acquitted
themselves handsomely; in fact,, we
will say that we have never seen
anything of the kind to snrpass it.
The whole affair was alike creditable
to teach'er adid' stu'deds, and we con,
gratulate the parents of the childraen,
and the whole .community, on the
successful and efficient .management
of the schoolg by i~sWorthay teacher,
The State of 'South Carolina.
COUNTt OF PICKEN8.
I THI CovT or GNsRrAL Sussrous.
ft of Now 0. . udeo.n, '*Wij J*gyp of
the aA JuieA l CiWis. ,
The Grand Jury, In discharge of their du..
ties, beg leave to make the following re
1. That we have visited the various publio
offmoe and subjected them to a crItical exam
ination. These offoes have been well kept,
and we And the offioers polite and attentive
to the dUties of their various stations,
2. A committee of our body has visited the
Poor House and Farm. They report eight
paupers-seven white and one colored. The
institution Is nearly self-sustaining. We
think the reports touching the mlsapplication
of the -income of the place, by the Steward
are groundless and without foundation. We
would recommend that the County Commis.
sioners, if after investigation, they And we
are correct in our oonolusions, they should
continue the Steward for the balance of his
term, as the right man in the right place,
and encourage him in the performance of his
8. The roads and bridges are, so far as we
can ascertain, in reasonably good condition
This is creditable to the County Commission
era and the people. We would urge them,
however. to greater improvement in this re
spect. For it is true, as was wisely said by
an eminent Judge, "that nothing more clearly
indicated the civilization of a country, as the
condition of her roads and bridges, and the
f cilities she enjoys in getting to market."
4. We rejoice that Pickens, in spite of her
financial troubles, is making reasonable pro
gress in general improvement in her borders,
and in the prosperity of her people.
6. We return our hearty thanks for the at
tention and courtesy extended to us by your
Honor and the Solicitor.
BENTON S. FREEMAN,
Oh, the flies! the horrible flies!
Buzing around like election lies;
Dodging about like a maniac's dream,
Over the butter and into the cream;
Holding conventions all over the bread,
Biting your ears and tickling your head;
Crawling, buzzing, too busy to die,
Confound the nasty, pestiferous fly!
The May arrival of Immigrants is com
puted to have added, $76,000,000 in cash to
the wealth of thisia country.
The Republicuns of Ohio have renominated
Governor Foster and endorsed Oarnldd.
GINs.-Parties intending to buy
Giuns this Fall, would do well to see
E. R. RoRTON, Liberty, S. C., whbo is
agent for Danieol Pratt Gin. Thle
tn'st Gin made, and the only ono hav
ing a revolving hoad which pre'vents
chonkinag. Terms easy and prices
Order the MASON &5 1AMTN BABY
ORGAN from MvSMItTH MUSIC HoUse,
GREcENVHrJE, S. C., and save freight.
- The ingredients of the Kaiuquita In
dian WVorm Pellets are perfectly
harmless, the principal ones have been
gathered ini tho mountain forests of
North America, and were used by the
Red Man with great efficaicy. For
saile by Dr. J. W. Quilhian, Easley.
J ust received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at II. C. SHIRLEY'S,
Central, S. C.
I A14 THIS WEEK REILENISIiING MY
1?60k, My trade has been unusually
large this Spring, and I am encour
aged to offer my friends stilI
lower prices. After all,
1i the Key to Success.
When you hear that HORTON will "Blust"
becatombe sells too low, remember trat my
loss in that respect is my patrons gain, and
that I can work for less profit than most
To give fou an idea, I will show this week
another lot of
Shoes at 65 Cents pee Pair,
Woth $1 25.
Lot Lawns Figured at 6 1,2
Cents, Worth 10 Cents.
MY LARGE SPRING STOCK OF CLOTH.
ING is entirely exhausted, and I have now on
the road a
Well Assorted New Lot
If you think theso specimen prices are
"Baits"-why just try the 'baits' and nothing
Luck is a Fool--Pluck a HRe~
E, R. HIORIT4.
Liborty, S. C.
june 2, 1881 38
A 915 510Y 1
THE MOST WONDERFUL SH1OW EVER
seen in Pickens has just arrived. Among the
various Artieles in this Show and which can
be purchased at the LOW EST CASil PRI
CES, are all kinds of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
FANCY ARTICLES, IETlR
IIARD)WAR E, CUTLERY, and( all kinds of
(Groceries needed for famiiily use0. J n fauct
everyt hing kept in a First (lass General Mler,
chandise Establishunent can be :ound here at
bot tom prices.
FRESH CORUN MEAL will always be found
on hand for sale.
Tn H.SrIiHOW cuia be foutnd across the street
opposite the Gourt house, at the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR 3DIXIE GUANO.
jan 6, 1881 15
Combine the choicest cathartic principles
fn medicine, in proportions accurately ad(
justed to secure activity, certainty, andI
tniformity of effect. They are tihe result
of years of careful study and p ractical ex
periment, and are the most e ffectualI rem
edy yet discovered for diseases caused by
derangemnent of the stomach, liver, and
bowvels, wvhich require prompt and effectual
treatment. AYER's FIL~s arc Specially
applicable to this class of dlisealses. They
act directly on the digestivo and assimi
lative processes, andl restore regular
healthy action. Their extensive use by
physici ana in their practice, andl by all
civilized nations, is ono of theo many
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
perfectly reliablo purgative medicine.
Ling compou ndled of the concentrated
*frtues of purely vegetabmle substances,
they are positive'ly free from calomel or
any In uriouis propuerties, and can be admin
istered to clildren with perfect safety.
AYmn's IJLLs are an effectual cure for
-Constipation or Costiveness, IndIiges.
tion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Foul Stomach and Breath, Dizziness,
feadacho, Loss of Memory, Numbness,
Siliousniess, Jaundlce, Rheumatism,
ruptions and Skin Diseases, Dropsy,
umors, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic,
gripes, Diarrhmea, Dysentery, Gout,
P'iles, Disordlers of the Liver, and all
other diseases resulting from a disordered
etate of the digestivo apparatus.
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal.
While gentlo in their action, these PrtrA
are the most thorough arnd searching cathar
tic that can ho0 employed, and never give
pain unless the biowels are inflamed, and
then their influence is healing. They stimu
late the appetite and digestive organs; they
operato to purify and enrich the blood, andl
irmpart renewed health and vigor to the
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical andl Analytical Chxemists,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIS'Ta BVERYWHIERE.
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEM ENT.
NNotice is hereby given that I will apply
to 0. L. Drn,-PoaeJudgefoPikn
County, on Saturday, 18th dauy of June next,
for heave to ma 'ke a final settlement of thme es
tate of L~ L. TYG ER, deceased, andl as~k to be
dischamrged t herefromn as Executor.
J1. J. TilLtA811ER, Executor.
wannL l'jh 3H6r
IS PAST APPIOACRING, ANIY
with it the usual dull times, but
not nocessarily 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
sonablo Pricos. Call and examino.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE
Ready Mado Clothing,
Ladilos, Misses, Men's and Boys' Hats
Fictory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonades and Linons,
Confectionarios and Fancy Grocorics,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Bacon, Lard and Flour,
Tauble and Pocket Cutlery,
Lightning Cross Cut Sawvs,
Anid in fact, everything that any
reasonmable p~erson woulId ask for.
Rem ember that4 no Balts are olkered,
but everyti.hinug sold at, its real w orthi,
anid sa tislhetioni g~nra ntec.. every
W. T. McFA LL.
march 31l, 1881 29
S. BRAFM AN.
JUST RECIELVED OUR IM
MEN SE STOCK OF'
GENTS' FURNLIIING GOODS,
'Larger then Ever.
WE MANUFACTURE~ EVERY GARMENT
placed in our Stock, which enables us to sell
Goods8 at Wholesale Prices. T'hat is what
other Retail Merchants have to pay for their
W Is KIut'P A LkL
GR ADE S 01F GOODS
F ROM 'IllE
Cheapest to the Very
Give us a call, and we will provo that we
can do everything we say.
DON'T MISS TH E PL A0E.
It is the second~
From the Corner in thre
44RtEENVILLE - - .. .. .. C.
MR. M. WV. FORD is still with the Balti
more Clothing flouse, anid ho wishes~ for his
friends to call and see him whether they
want to buy anythinrg of him or not.
nnp 7, 1881 10m
GRoP. 0. WULS, Oo. W. TAYLO
JAus L. Onai, Pickens C. U. S.
Greenville, S. C.
WELLS, ORR & TAYLOR,
A 7TORNEYS 4 COUNSELORS AT LA 1
PICKENS 0. II., S. C.
Prompt attention given to business entrustq
march 10, 1884 25
J. S. COTun1A, M. F. ANgsEL, J E Boa
Abbeville 8. C. j Greentille, 8 C Pickens 8
COTERAN, ANSEL & BOGGE
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAN
PI0EENS 0. H., S. 0.
Offico in th Court Houso. Prom]
attention given to all busines3 ci
trusted to thein.
dc 9, 1880 12
R. A. CHILD,
ATTORNEY 4' COLUNSELOR AT LAI
PICKENS C. II. S. C.,
Will Practice in all tho Courts of the Stn
and Courts of the United States, for the Di
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it able Attorneys will t
associated with me.
jan 6 1881 16
1IONEY SAVEID IS 1MO.NI*1
P URCiIASE YoUR ENGINS FROM M
and save $100 o'i a 10 11 'rse; $200 on
20 Morse, and $300 on a 30 ilorse-Pow<
Engine. Send for our prices before purcha:
ing Engines. Gins, 1resses, Saw and Grh
Mills, Threshers, or any kind of MNchiier,
We are Manufacturers' Agents, antd guarai
tee satisfaction in quality and price.
WALKItER & LOUD,
No. 115 Meeting Stret, West, side,
Near (Ahrleston Ilotal, Charleston, S. C.
ap ', 1881 30 3m
I guarantee r4RUNER'U
INDIAN VERMIFUJGE to
destroy and expel Worms
firom the hauman body
AND STORE KEEPERS.
h ~ David E. Foutz, Prop.
'ed 4jdellM~q 9E09 HIE1GV'TI&1
BIG PAY "CNSAT
number of actlive, energetic business cnnval
eIsc to engage in a pleasant arnd profital
husiness. Good men wvill find this a ri
To iMake Mtoney.
Such will please anSwver this advert isemt
by letter, enclosing stamp for reply. stati
what business they have been engaged in.
None but those who mean business need a
FINLEY, ARVElY & CO., Atlanta, a,
bOORSE5AND CATTLE POWDERS
DBANWillteure or rev ont Disease.
VlNo flonsu will dio of COLIO, Dors or LUNO F's
van wiFouz' Pore anud inttlae A met.
F'oUtz's PowVdr WILL re ankpevnTISHoTICotm.
DrsEd sa toywhic or seon.atl r bet
DAVID 2. YOUTE, Proprietor,
For slale by Dr. J. W. QUIIlLIAN, Easit
Greatest Wheel of thle Agi
For Sale by
THiOS. W. DAVIS,
Greenvitlle. S. C.
A LSO, ItEAIL lf IN ST.EAM E
GLINES, SAW MILnfo, COTTC
GIN PIEH1SSJES, SEWiING M.
CIN ES ,&c.
aug 19~ 1880 *17
Riniemond & Danvi l I. t,
y PASSENGER DEPATMENT.
Change of Schedule.
d On and after June 6th, 1881, Passenger
Traki Service on the Atlanta and Charlotte
Air Line division of this Road Will' be ac'
UfITEtYs'rAT2s MAL no. 43-LA
C Leave Atlanta
Arrive at Lula ()' 664 a
Arrive at Toccoa (r) 8 14 am
Arrive at Seneca (o) *20 a m
Arrive at Greenville (a) 10 68 a M
Arrive at 8partanburg (K) 12 14 p m
Arrive at Gastonia (L) 986 p n1
Arrive at Charlotte (M) 85 p i
N Y EXPRaS---No. 47-fa]
Leave Atlanta al1Pm
I Arrive at Lila 6 69 P m
Arrive at Toccoa 7 16 P 13
arrive at Seneca 8 40 p a
Arrive at Greenville 1020 p s
Arrive at Spartanburg 11 40 y i
Arrive at Gastonia 2 18 a i
Arrive at Charlotte 8 16 ama
U 8 FAST MAIL-44a
Y Leave Atlanta 6 80 p id
ArliVO at Lui 9 J p i2 a'
Arrive tit Toccoa 10 16 p m
Arrive at Seneca 11 25 p m
te Arrive at Greenville 1 00 a
Arrive at Spartanburi; 2 11 a im
Arrive at Gastonia 4- 81 a na
Arrive at Charlotte 6 86 a ON
U 8 MAIL-No 42-[A]
Leave Charlotte (m) 12 80 p m'
Leave Oastonia, (L) 1 27 p m
LevaeSpartanbuirg (K) 8 40 p M
Letave Greenville (ni) 6 07P p
rLeave,9encca (a) 6 51p im
Lecave Toccoa (F)* 8 01 P as
Leave L,.E)19 0p M
Arrive at Atlanta 12 06 a m
N Y EYPRUSS-No 48-[n]
Leave a harlotte 12 48 a m
a Leave Gastonia 1 43 a n
r Leave Spartanburg 4 06 a i
te Leave Greenville 6 18 ant
it Leave Sepreca 7 02 a m
Leave Toccoa 8 16 a In
Leave Lula 9 81 a a
Arrive at Atlantte 12 20 p In
U S FAST MAIL--NO 0 [ ]
Leave Charlotte 12 80 a ni
Leave Gastonia 11 07 a i
Leave Spartanburg ( 12 a d
Leave Greenville( 4 24 a m:
Leave Senecn ( 47 a 36
Leave Tocoa , 68 a m
Leave Lula 8 09 a m
Arrive at Atlanta 10 36 a m
[B]av witarng triso 06orga Ce
Leave wreithNleatr 5ara of Ga. t
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Leaveounp ai Charlesto 88n
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Leav] Spata Snrmgbug n Aheile a nd
f-o LeveGreniroaAhville, and Alum'
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toeave fromdges and Chester
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twveeenlle ad 10*27ork.
Lev A.oP C a e'tPasege Agep
Arrveaumolba [vGeeJ ll 60 R
Ariv and aftr Monday, Ma 26d. p88
Leavse rins wlruasheS ith andi
- Ariateuo Nthirs Roa an3is bpnce
Leave codumbiat [ 8p]
LArve Ato [n]lo 6
Leave Neberryl 1220p
LArve atHodges 10
Leave Belton at 46
Leave Gnreenl at 68
Leave Penlton at 81
Leave Nen erryD at4
Leave Andston at (Ei
Au ny at.Beltn at11 40 a a
C 02NE2- pNS,
A. Wit S C ailroa fr12 C'h'rps as
With ~ilmingio, Gonnb 8 and p sa
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Arr the a ptrtolum uia [ nd Aseil 60 p
forAnP.Ndsl pALoinsD.- h wm
feave Newberry at(4 beypnd
Ariv whpatarens UCio & 5o0mi p as
Lev arnspr 8ugrudpinso 8 aw.
'N rrv anAbbevll andAsevllpiloa
Ave ait Hodge Rairo10orhleto
Witrso Wilmnthn aCdoluei andge .
LeavealrafoWiinton an4 57 pe
Leave uenearloto 7oubi August.
Ariveroat Worhalarlot4e pod
eA.e Ploe neaTicket80 a
A. Por v. GeneralTicket Amanc