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Methodit.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second
Sabbath in each mouth at 10} o'clock A. K.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath atII A. U.
Rev. J. (. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. M.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath atTfl
o'olock a. m
Baptist-Seoona Church, Rev.W. B. Single
ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
The water melon crop will likely be
The blackberry crop Is very short
Frying chickens have never boon
scarcor at this place, at this time of
According to Hershel's table we
will have wet weather after the next
change of the moon.
Look for the comot in the North
eastern sky a few degrees above the
horizon from three o'clock a. m., un-.
Good rains have fallen at and above
Greenville C. 11., and at Williamston,
Belton and other points on the C. and
They are discussing the stock law
question down in Edgefield. The
more they talk about it the more they
will got in the notion for it.
They are having a lively time over
the "wet" and "dry" question in
Greenville. The News gives both
sides a fair showing, though it seems
to incline a little to the "wet" side of
Joseph 1). Ferguson who made his
escape from the Lunatic Asylum two
or three years ago, will be sont back
to that institution in a short while.
Mr. J. C. Griffin's cotton in and
near the corporate limits of our town
is looking well. It has beon properly
cultivatod, which is moro essential
than guano,and with seasons will mako
ai fino crop.
We hope our corresp)ondents anid
friends in diff'eront sections of the
County will koop u1s posted on the
condition of the growing cr0op, as well
naS other mattor's of interest to our
TriaIl Jnstice Price, not-long since,'
is~tuod a warrant tor' the arrost of one
llomphill, colored, for carrying con
coaled weapons, arnd sent his consta
ble alftr him. But the sablo sonl of
Ai frionL snifi'ed danrger' in the breezo, and
dl.partedC~, it is supposedl for the moreo
congeenial clime of' "Nofif Carliner."
In some sections of this County,
we lboar that moderately ,good rains
have fallen, but at this place we are
4 estill dry, only one or two small show
era, just enough to run, have fallen in
the lnst four weeks. Corn and cotton
atre not yet much hurt, but garden
vegetables have suffored very much.
Rev. Hugh McLees preached one
of his practical and logical sermons at
this place last Sunday. The fourth
Sabbath in next month is communion
day, and services wvill commence on
The McSmith Music House, Groon
Willo S. C. is one of the gr and institu
tions of this section. Every thing in
the way of musical instruments, sheet
music &c., can be purchased from that
house just as cheap as any where else.
Our citizens who may desire anything
in their line will do well to call on
them beforo making their purchase.
Consult their advertisement in our
COTTON BLooMs.-On the 23rd insf
4 Mr. Laban Mauldin of the Easley Sta'.
tion section, and Mr. David Stephens
a who lives three milee west of this place,
each, sent, a cotton bloom to this of
Others--since writing the above
notice Mr. Spartan S. Childs has
hiandedI us a bloom, opened on the
4 24th. Bimon Vallentine, colored, a
tenant of Capt .J. L. Thornley, one
opened on the 20th, and Capt. J. A.
Griffin, one opened on the 25th.
A sallow complexion is indicativo
of worms. A few doses of Shriner's In
dian Vermifuge wvill destroy thom and
give a bright and healthby complexion.
Prof. 0. Fromm, said to be an ox..
. porienced mineralogist, during a
two years' stay in A nderson, has found
the following minerals: Capper, gold,
galena, asbestos, plumbago, epidoto
corundum, zircon, amethyst, beryl
garnet, rutile, mica, rock, crystal, ser
pentine, mangeoso, kaolin, granite
tourmalin, kyanite, chalcedony, crys,
olite.144 a nd bito,
The first stop to be taken in the or
ganization of the Pickens Gradec
School will be the appointment of j
Board of Trustees, consiSting of seve
members to be elected from residente
within the corporate limits of the towri
or persons owning property and doing
business within the same. These Trus
tees will be selected with a view to un.
Ite the interests and efforts of all in the
support of the sohoolland to give every
part of the incorporation a represent
ative voice in its affairs. Their juris,
diction, duties and powers will be de,
fined in the constitution of Rules and
Regulations which will hereafter be
adopted for the conduct of the school.
Let it be remembered that this is to be
emphatically a public school, or rather
a school for the public and not the
school of any denomination, party or
faction of the people, much loss the
school of any one, two, or half a doz
Ayer's Ague Cure is an infallible
cure for Fever and Ague in all its
forms. The proprietors warrant it,
and their word is as good as a U. S.
bond. Trial proves it.
North Carolina is all torn up on the liquor
question politically. There will be some strange
revelations when the vote is recorded.
If Republican critics are to be believed, Ba
deau's "History of Grant" is something to
make the skeleton of Munchausen rattle in its
Colonel W. F. Aiiison a proninent citizen
of the lower section of the State is dead.
NOTICE TO TEACUIER.-Tho Exam,
ination of Teachers will be held in
the Court House on the first Fridav
and Saturday in July next. First
Grade will apply Friday; Second and
Third, Saturday. Certificates issued
this year, as well as those issued for
the year 1880, will be renewed on
application of the teacher.
0 0. T. JONES, School Com.
GINs.-'IParties intending to buy
Gins this Fall, would do well to sec
E. Rt. HORTON, Liberty, S. C., who is
agent for iDauuiel Pratt Gin. The
best Gin made, and the only ono hav
inlg a toevolving head which prevents
chonking. Tem eaay and prices
Order the MiASON & ILAMLIN BARY
OuGAN from MicS~IllTH MUsle IIOUsR,
G REENVi,LE1, S. C., and save froight,
The~t ingredients of the Kauquita Ira
dian Worm Pellets are perf'ctly
harmless, the prtincipal onoa have beer
gathored in the mo~untain forests o
Northi America, and wvero used by th<4
Red'( Man with~ great, efficacy. Fo:
ale by Dr. J. W. Qutilhian, lEasley.
PiANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL SUhDLEE OFFE2.
CuE 1riod~ A ThreE MUntb Oredit
A Little Cash Down, and
Balance when Cotton
During the months of June, July, Augus
and Septemnber, we will sell PIA NOS an<
ORGANS, either new or scond~t-hrid, t<
responsible parties, at LOW EST' LASi:
$ 19 Cash on an Organ,
$jj25 lash onm a Planto.
And the balance in THRE~E MONTHE~
I nstallment Buyers.
To accommodate those who can not paj
all Cash in the Fall, we will, during th
months of June, July, August and September
Bell at onr
One Year Plan Price
A s per Price List, and receive as follows:
$10 Cash on an Organ,
$25~ Cash ont a Panmo,
With one-third of the bsrlance on Thre
months, one-thirI in six months, and th~
remainder ini one year.
These Off'ers are Good Only
until October 1st, 1881.
L. E. NORRYOE, Or
McSMIH MUSIC HOUSE,
Greenville, 8, C.
june 30, 1881 42
Notice to Credlito- 5.
p URS UANT to the terms of a Decree mau
by Hion. J. Hi. Hiudson, P'residing J udg
on the 8th June, 1881, the Creditors of th
Estate of THOMAS W. AL4EXANDERL, dc
ces sed, are hereby notified to prove the rani
data and amount of their claims before m,
on oc befoJre the 16th day of August next.
And Special Referee
juune28.1881 41 6
I AM THIS WEEK REPLENISHING MY
Stock, My trade has been unusually
large this Spring, and I am encour
aged to offer my friends stil.
lower prices. After all,
Is the Key to Success.
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 ydil 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 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 these specimen prices are
"Daits"-why just try the 'baits' and nothing
Luck is a Fooi--Pulack a He
E. R. HORTON,
Liborty, S. 0.
june 2,1881 88
A DBI SHOW !
THE MOST WONDERFUL SHOW EVER
seen in Pickens has just arrived. Among the
various Articles in this Show and which can
be purchased at the LOWEST CAShl PRI
CES, are all kinds of'
Staple and F'ancy Dry Goods,
FANCY ARTICLES, -LETER
IIAilDWARE, CUTLEllY, anld all kinds of
Grocries needed for fatily use. ln fact
everyt hing kept in a First Class General Mer,
chandise Establishment can be found here at.
FRE81h COlHN M EA L will always be found
on hand for sale.
TIIlISiShiOW ca.1 he found across the street
opposite tihe Court Iouse, at. the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR 'DIXIE GUANO.
jan 6, 1881 15
THE BEST REMEDY
AYE~sIn diseases of the pul
mnonary organs a safe
and relable remedy is
invaluable. A Y E 's
CHIEtRY PECTORAL is
such a remedy, andl no
its thme confidence of
the pulic. It is a sci
entific combination of
CHERRYthe umedicinal prinici
ples and1( curative v'ir
tues of the finest dIrugs,
* - e hemnically united, of
such power as to insure
the greatest possible
/effieiency and uniform.
R LC iy 6f esults. It strikes
* atthe oundtionof all
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief
and ra[pid cures, and is adapted to patients of
any age or either sex. Being very palatable,
the youngest children take it readily. In
ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Influenza, Clergyman's
Sore Throt Asthma, CJroup, and Ca
tarrh, thle 6eets of AYER'S OHERRY PEC
TORAL are miagical, and multitudes are an
nually preserved frot serious illness by its
tiey and faithful use. It should be kept
at band in every household for the pro
tection it affords itt Ludden attacks. In
Whooping - cough and Consumption
there is no other remedy so efficacious,
8 soothing, anid helpful.
,Low prices are inducements to try some of
the many mixtures, or syrups, made of cheap
andt ineffective ingredients, now offered,
which, as they contain no curative qualities,
can afford only ternporary relief, and are
sure to deceive and disappoint the patient.
.Dilseases of the throat and lungs demand
active and effective treatment; and it is dan
gerous experimenting with unknown and
cheap medicines, from the great liability that
these diseases may, while so trifled with,
become deeply seated or Incurable. Use
AYERWs CHERR? PECTOJRAL, and vou may
e confidently expect the best results. It is 'a
0 standard medical preparation, of known and
acknowledged enrative power, and is as
cheap as its carefuil preparation and fine
V' Ingredients will allow. Eminent phmysicians,
knowing its composition, prescribe it In their
liractico. The test of half a century has
proven its absolute certainty to cure all pul
monlary complaidts not already beyond the
reach of hurrfan aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &f Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BY ALL DRUUGGI878 EvERTWHsRt.
3 OIEOF FINaL 8IETTL~EMENT.
e otice is hereby given, that I will nip
ply to 0. L. Durat, Probate Judge for Pick
c, ens Countty, on thle 30th Jumne, 1881, for leav<
a, to muakec a titnal settlemnent with my Wardb
JAMEM MliLLElR and P'IOKENS MlLLEli
and ask to b e discharged therefrnm.
A LE X AND)ER Ml LLElt, Ouardian.
may 20, 1881 37 r6
IS FAST APPROACHING, AND
with it the usual dull times, but
not necessarilyl dull when
we take into conside.
ration the unusual
LARGE STOOK OF
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
W. T. McFALL'S,
WHICH IS OFFERED AT REA
sonable Prices. Call and examino.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE j
Ready Made Clothing,
Ladies, Misses, Men's and Boys' Uats
Factory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonades and Linens,
Confectionarics and Fancy Grocories,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Bacon, Lard and Flour,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Lightnuing Crossi Cut Saws,
IHorse anid Mule Shoos8,
And in fact everything that any
reasonable person wonld ask for.
BlOomber that no Bails aro offered,
but everything sold at its real worth,
and satisfaction guaran tuo.1 overy
W. T. McFALL4.
nmarch 31, 1881 29
TI-I E .
JUST RECEIVED OUR IM
MENSE STOCK OF'
GENTS' FU[RNISILING GOODS,
Larger then Ever.
WE MANU$'ACTuRE EVERY OARMENT
placeed in our Stock, which enables us to sell
Goods at Wholesale Prices. That is what
other Retail Merchants have to pay for their
W12 KEEP ALL~
GRADES OF GOODS
Cheapest to the Very
Give us a call, and we will prove thant we
can do everything we sity.
DON"' MINN TIlE PLACE.
It is theacecond
From the Corner ini tihe
(aftEENVILLE - - ,c
MR. M. We. FORUi is still with t he lIalti
more Clothing Ilouse, and hie wishes for' im
friends to call and see htim whether they
want to buy anythiing of him or not.
nn 7, 1881 30 >
zxo. 0. WRtLS, Oo. W. TAiLOR,
JAMns L. OR, Pickens C. 11. 8. C
Greenville. 8. C. j f
WELLS, ORR & TAYLOR,
A TTORNEYB # Co UNSEL ORS A-T LA W
PICKENS C. 9., S. C.
Prompt attention given to business entrusted
march 10, 1884 26
J. S. COTHRAN, 1 M. F. ANPEL, J H Baooos,
Abbeville 8. C.j Greenville, 8 C Pickens 8 C
COTIRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PICKEN~S C. H., S. C.
Offico in the Court Houso. Prompt
ittention given to ull business en.
trusted to them.
doe 9, 1880 12
R. A. CHILD,
tTTORNEY - COUNSELOR AT LAW
P I C K E N S C. H. S. C.,
Vill Practice in all the Courts of the State
nd Courts of the United States, for the Dis
riot of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it able Attorneys will be
ssoiated with me.
jan 0 1881 10
[ONEY SAV)ED IS MONEY
P URCITASE YOUR1 ENGINES FROM UF,
and save $100 o'i a 10 llorse; $200 on a
0 Horse, nnd $300 on a 30 llorse-Power
angine. Send for our prices before purchas
ng Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and Grist
Jills, Threshers, or any kind of Machinery.
Ye are Manufacttirers' Agents, and guaran
ce satisfaction in quality and price.
WALKER & LOUD,
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near Ch-irleston iloial, Chiarleston, S. C.
ap7, 1881 80 3m
I -uinrantee 4HRINER*'4
INDIAN VERMIFUGE to
. destroy and expel Worms
~fromn the huanan body,
whet-e they exist, If used
accordinug to the diueo.
ltins. It is a safe and ro.
~''FOR SAL.E BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
DvdE. Foutz, Prop.
AVIDLANDRETH & SONS, Phllidelpha Pa'
Dl ( T)A T AGE NTS WANTED
I)L\A LX.L We want a limited
numb~er of act ive, energetic business canvass
ers to engage in a plensant. and profitable
businiess. Good men will find this a rare
To itake lMoney.
Such will please answer this advertisement
by letter, enclosing stamp for reply, stating
what business they have been engaged in.
None but those who mecan business need ap
FINLEY, IARVEY & CO., Atlanta, a,
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Will oure or prevont Dlinenue.
No Hlonsa will (di0 of Cotic, JIOra or LUNG Fs
VJrn, itf Foutz's P'ow ders arc useet i n timec.
F'outz.'b Pow ders will CUro and prFOVen t floo CHOLtAn
Fontz's P'owde*rs will preve'nt 0AP1:S IN Fowta
Fontz's P'owdters will inicrease the quantity of mills
en cat m twenty per cont., and umako the biutter flrr
Fotitz's Powders wilt cure or prevent almost iwvRY
DIRRAsE to which I lor4(es and Cat tle are anlhilet.
8od ozeryw)bore.am rxsarror
D)AVID E. YOUTE, Proprietor,
iA LTI MORN E. d.
For sale by Dr. J. WV. QUILLIAN, Easley
O~reatest Wheel of the Age,
For Sale by
TIIOS. W. D)AVIS,
(A reenuvIlle. S. O.
A LSO, i0EALEIs IN STRAMt EN
G1N1CS, SAW MIL1i/, COTT~Oh
GIN I'1U'CSSES, SEWING MA
CI N ICS, &c.
auge 12. 1880 .7 tf
Richmond & Danvill R, U
Change of Bdhedule.
On and after June 5th, 1881, Passenger
Train Service on the Atlanta and Charlotte'
Air Line division of th is Road will be a'
UNITED STATBS MAIL No. 48-[A)
Leave Atlanta 4 00 ain'
Arrive at Lula (E) O64 anm
Arrive at Tocooa (r) 8 14 am
Arrive at Seneca (o) 9 20 a m
Arrive at Greenville (ii) 10 68 a m
Arrive at Spartanburg (K) 12 14 p m
Arrive at Gastonia (L) 2 86 p m
Arrive at Charlotte (m-) 8 85 p m
N Y EXPURss--NO. 47-[n]
Leave Atlanta 8 15 p m
Arrive at Lula 6 59 p M
Arrive'at. Toccon 7 15 p m
arrive at Seneca 8 40 p m
Arrive at Greenville 10 20 p
Arrive at Spartanburg: 11 40 p m
Arrive at Gastorria 2 18 a m
Arrive at Charlotte 8 16 a m
U 8 FAST MAIL-No 49-c)
Leave Atlanta 6 80 p m'
Arrive at Lula 9 06 p Ur
Arrive at Toccoa- 10 16 p m'
Arrive at Seneca 1.1 25 p ns'
Arrive at Greenville 1 00 a am'
Arrive at Spartanburg 2'11 'm
Arrive at Gastonia 4 81 a m
Arrive at Charlotte 6 85 a m
U s MAIL-No 42-[AJ )
Leave Charlotte (m)' 12 80 p m
Leave Gastonia (L) 1 27 p im
LevaeSpartanburg (K) 8 60 p mm
Leave Greenville (n) 6 07 p W
Leave Seneca (a) 6 51 p k
Leave Toccoa (F) 8 01 p m
Leave Lula (E) 9 16pi
Arrive at Atlanta 12 05 a m
N Y F.YiEs-No 48-[DJ
Leave Charlotte 12 43 a m
Leave Gastonia 1 43 a m
Leave Spartanburg 4 06 a m
Leave Greenville 5 18 a a
Leave Seneca 7 02 a or
Leave Toccoa 8 16 a nm
Leave Lula 9181 a m
Arrive at Atlanta 12 20 p m
U 8 FAST MAIL-NO 60 
Leave Charlotte 12 88 a ni
Leave Gastonia 11 07 a a
Leave Spartanburg 8 12 a m'
Leave Greenville 4 24 a' m
Leave Seneca 5 47 a m
Leave Toccoa - 0 68 a a
Leave Lula 8 09 a m
Arrive aL Atlanta 10 35 a m
[A] with arriving t rains of Georgia Cen.
tral and A & WV P liailroads
(B] with art iving trains of Georgia Cen.
tral, A & WV P and WV & A Railroads
it arriving trains of Georgia R Rt
[E] with Northeastern Railroad of Ga. to
and freom Athiens, Ga
[F] with Elberton Air Line to and from
[G] with Columbia and Greenville to and
from Golumpia and Charleston
[II] with Columia, and Greenville to and
from Columbia and Charlestcn
[K] with Spartanburg and Asheville, and
Spartanburg, Union and Columbia tu and
from llenderson and Asheville, and Alstom
[L] with Chester and Lenior Narrow Guag4
to and fromi Dallas and Chester
[M]} with C C& A-C c-R & Dand A rh
o for point West, North and East
Pulman Sleeping Car Service on Train.
Nos. 47 and 48. Daily, without change, be-.
twoon Atlanta and New York.
A. POPE, G cn'l Passenger Agent
Columbia & Greenville R S
CH ANGE OF SC1HEDULE,
On and after Monday, May 23d. 1881,
paescnger trains will run as herewith indi.
cated upon this Road and its branches:
ito. 42. UIP PASsENona
Lenvo columbia [AJ 11I OO a &
Leave Alston [nJ 12 02 p a
Lenve Newherry at 12 66 p a
Leave Hodges at 8 81 p m
Leave Beltoni at 4 64 p &
Arrive at. Greenville at 6 20 p a
we. 43. n)owN PAssENCIER
Leave Greenville at 10 27 a ta
Leave Belton aL 11 65 a m
Leave Hodges at 1 18 p a
ueave Newberry at 8 64 p m
Leave Alston at ['] 4 6i p m
Arrive at Columbia [F] 6 60 p ta
Leave Newberry at 4 00 P
Arrive at Laurens C II 6 60 p a
Leave Laurens 8 80 a
Arrive at Newbeiry 11 80 P a
Leave hlodges at Y 86 P U
Arrive at Abheville . 4 26 P
Leave A bbeville 12 20 p M
Arrive at Hodges 1 10 p a
Anderson Branch and Blue Aidge R..R
LeaveBelt on at 4 57 p
Leave Anderson at 6 84 p te
Leave Pendlet on at 6 16 p a
Leave Seneca [c] 7 20 p a
A rrive at Walhalla 7 45 p sa
rLeave Walhallas at 022 a m
Lea ve Seneca [n] 9 64 a w
Lea'e Pendlleton at 10 80 a a
Leave Anderson at 11 11 a a
Ai rive at Bieltoti at 11 48 ama
A. With El C Railroad from Charleston.
With Wilmington, colturbia and Augueta
Rafilroad1 from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With a a & A 1Railroad frotn charlotte and
all point s North thereof
a. with Spartanburg, Union and solurabie
Railroad for Spartanburg and all pointi
on the Spartanburg and Asheville R K
a. witk Atlanta and charlotte Air Line U, I
for Atlanta and all points south & west
n. with Atlanta & charlotte Air Line Railway
*rom Atlanta and beyond
E. With Spaltanburg, Union & coltiblha U K
from Sparta nburg and points on Spar
tatnhurg and Atsheeville R alroad
v. w it h S C R ailroad for Charleston
With Wilming-,1 Coluxnhia and Auguisle
Rtailroad foi Wilmington and the North
With charlotte, columbia and Aug~sta
Raidlroad for Charlotte and th eNortb
J W RY,
A. Por'E, GeneralTicket Agent