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Snow fell in London and other parts of.En
gland on the first instant.
Mrs. Susannh Anderson, of this County,
died 81st October, 1881, aged 9.8 years, biX
months and 8 days.
The;Fourth Qutirterly Conference of thc
M. E. Church South,;forith is;*Circuit, *filb
bold at the Methodist.Church in this place,
beginning onj Saturday before the 8d Sunday
In thismonth. Presiding Elder Jones is ex.
elted to beg present.
R. H, Axomasox & Co.--We direct atten
tion to the advertisement of R. I. Anderson
& Co., of Liberty Station, which appears in
another column in this is8u. These gen tie
6nen give their figures on some of their lead
ing artioles and guarantee satisfactory prices
to 1il who patronizo them. Give thei a call
when you go to Liberty
There will be a celebration on Saturday,
the 12th instant, at Liberty Station; both
white and colored are invited. No charges
'are to be made for dinner. Separate table for
whites. At night there kill be an exhibition
of charades and tableaus given by 0. F. Mil
ler and pupils. Respectfully,
C- 'T. MIVILER.
For thoconvonionco of our subscrib
.ors at Easloy who tiro in arreare, wo
havo lo't, their accounts with Mr.
'Alon1zo M . F(olgor, who is UlthofizCd
to recivo tho amounts duo us and ro
'coeipt for tho samro.
In a few days I '*ill begin to col.
loot by law all unpaid balance on ruy
books. In doing this I may havo to
)rocod against my best frionds, but
1am conpollot to have my money.
Ploao call at once and settlo, or oth
'erwiso ariango, or elso do not lye of'
londud if an omoecr calls.
E. R. 110 .TON, Liberty, S. C.
Tar andi shoo String and Thong
Lonather always on hand at my 6ad
.llory and Harness Manufatctory and
Loather Store. Main 8'treot, Green.
ville, S. C., n~xt. door to the sign of
%the larg;o Boot. I an now with my
'superb Collor Stuffer making tlio
JIANDSOMET 1mnd BEST IIOMEMA)E
'IIoN0 and H AND SEWED COULLER I
over saw. call and ascertain my low
priceis, 1lidos beoi-,ht and sohl!.
*Ayora. Cherry Peetoral is a really
rotnat'Ic ale rad lt ini o inot'ed tui oda
inc. It, is the best. kniowni r'feely
forh all d is.ren. of thO th1wroat :rtud luntigs.
quhita Indtiiani Worml Pe Illet too high,.
so(lvest." G. ('. A rye, Long C'reek I'.
.'paay, I.. oprietots. F'or salec by Dr.
On accounlt of its remaarkablly del1icate andi
latn frgrme societ y hlule are'fl* londl inl
their l raises of Floreson, Celognec.*
Onlyj ihirty IJags' Tria~l.
Wea will senil Dr. Dyo'. (Celbatedl Electro
Voltaie lbeltan ot~ 1her Electric A"pp'l5ices
onl trial tor tir y dlays to young men~ andI Sll
olde1r per~sons~ wvho are ailflieted wvithI N ervous.
epeedly relief an~id comtplet e resot slion of viz
'oi anid manilhood. Also for 11()Ihumatismi. N eu
ralgia. P'aralysis,~ Liver and Kidney diflicul..
ties, Rulptures, and niany other diseases. 11
Justrated pamphlet, sent tree. Address Voltain
GALvis-roN, Nov. 4 -A disyatchi from ITen.
Vietta, Texas, says that the body of an un
known man was found in a gulch with three
bullet holes in aftn, and his pockets tdirnb'd
ITo-r 8tiusas, AJaK., Nov. 4 -Col. 0. M.
Marght~y shiot and mnortally wound~edl Georg
Badlet yesterday. Murphry was a lawyer
tregaged in a recent. proseccut.ionl of Sadler for
biurder. Sadler was9 understood to have.
thlreatened MIurphry's life, whichi led the lat
ter to shoot him. Sadler saidl iln his dying~
tateenat thait lie had never thlreartened t
Catnon F'arrow P5ays: "'ie aloneC by w:hom
the hairs of our hiead aire numbereS(Td, can cI ountI
t he widows becausre ofaIlcohiol; thle gray haeaed
t.hat it. has made gray; the sad~ hearts that ii
-has crusl.ed withI saness~; t ho rulined famsil.ea
t hant it has i uined; thle brilIliantn minds whaiell
it has quenched; Ithe unfohaling promQiise whaiel
it hans cainkered; the bright and happy Lov:
and girls wvhomi it. has blated int o misery:
the young andl the gifted whom it. has hiurrie'
'along into dishonor and shameless graves.''
The Wisconsin Central Railroad has just
discovered a ring amlong its ticket. ugents and.
conductors, hlahttecr failing to punch tickets,
taking them up) and r'etur-ming thiem to be re
sold. Out, $600,000. Systo~n almost per
Int imatitind are given that Secrbtotry Blainc
Will suhi-thy make an extended tour of th<
BoltIh With an ey'e to possible future contin,
.So many' seli.ed pistols hate occumunilatedl
in the Meanphis (T1enn.) court that Judge
Ilorriganl has issued an order directing the
blerk to throw all, exep~t army or navy pi1s
Wls that. have been ini his hands more than
eIx months, into the Mississippi river, arnd
into such deep water that they eaninet be
We score one for President Art hdr. On
Saturday last. he said to MIrs. Chapin, 01
fGouath Carolina, ''that lhe was in enstire. symn
jathy v withI thle Sout h ini her recuperartion, andm
was determined that no sout ion ol lite conity '
should, during hits Admuinhstrat ion, he faivored
is fair as it. was in his power- to pruevent, over
anothier." Stick to that, Mir, Arthur, and .yoti
wIll have thousands of friends all over the
Frank hoation, the now IFirst Assistant
P'oems~iter' G4einrl, P once printed ani ent ir<
edition of his ne~wspaiper, b~y wary of a~ comi
pahinent to Gien. (hrail, on white silk. liaci
wvud have bmen anurouriate
Renew Your Lease.
There are times.in every one's life when
energy fails and a miserable feeling comes
over them, mistaken for laziness. Danger
!urks in these symptoms, as they arise from
diseased organs. Parker's Ginger Tonio will
rebtoro perfect activity to the Stonaoh, Liver
and Kidneys, purify ihe blood, and renew your
lease of health and comfort-Advocate. *
Shrinor's Indiai Vormifuge will do,.
stroy and expol worms. It is roliablo.
It is cheap. Only 25 cents a bottle.
ettsei tie most fthaudious as a eet Iair Retorer and
Thsalag. AdmIre4 fur Its eljsmatiessl and elegant ptrfuune.
Never Falls to Hestore Grey or Faded HaIr
to 9W yornsful culor ect.and sies at all druggist.,
Gihiger, 1tichu, Pladrake, itllliigia and
many of the best medicines known nrc here con
bined into ancdicinc of such varied .'tilrffcctivc
powers, astomuatake the GreatcstlBlood Put iflier& the
Best Healhh and Strength Restorer Ever Uscd.
It cures j)yspepsia, Rhcumatism, Fleeplessness,
all diseases of LIc Sto mach, liowels, Lungs, Livcr,
Kidncys, and all Fcmalc Com plihnts.
If yott are wasting away with Consumption or
any disease ise the ToNIc to-day. It wil starely
help you. emmcnbcr 3 Itis farsuperiot to litters,
Essences of Gin7r an'otlier Tonics, as it builds
up the systm -unih oiu't intoxicating. Soc. an $1
sizesatlldalers in drugs. Not genuine without
sigsatIre of 1It cox & (o., N Y. Scsol 1or circul:ar
LARGE SAVING IN BUYING THE 101.LATt EIZ
S''A4T OF SOUTH CARCLfNA.
' COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Y virine of sunldry executions to me di
1 rected, I will sell to the highest. bidder,
it pub'io outcry, at, Pickens Court TIouse, on
SALEDAY IN DECE.\ R IIt, 1881, during
the legal hours of sale, the following descrbed
Real Estate, to wit:
All of that. certain Tract or Parcel of Land,
lying and being in the St-ate and Con-i ty afor -
satid. nt t Hurric:u ie Taow ni ap. adil oibun g itnn~ls
of \','il:i~~un Mar tn, Uroks Atl:ins. Po~lly
- ~ j ig ins and others, wher-eoni . John .i\l.I Hud..
'von now lives, conItaing Actres, more
Sohl as the property of Johaln M Unttlson.
Dtendant it. tat ' he snit of Eph aim ibturni iap.
as AdmliiinistIrat or of thie Per-sonalI Es t:t!e of
MI :ij -th i.x: a dotr, Seninrat, de tceaisal, Plain,
Sin', for the paurchatse inicy t hereof.
A Tract or Landi lying andi being in thie
St at a an- I t'ni tty 'ttores:s id i. East aloe Towin
hi p. ont Ce-lar Cree'k amd b ran iches of Croiaw
Cr-eek, ont whidh .l. J. Adams- tnow lives, adl.
Ijodin n lankl of Wmn. Crentshn w, thet i tAn
IA leiind ter P'lace andl others, containing -
Sohil ast the propetrty oft J . J.- Ad a ms, na
D~ef'endanit, att thle suit. of Ephrimin Gilstra-p.
as Adiistrato -r of the Per~somd;a E-tt te of
Micajahi Alex.,ndter, Sentior, deccease~d, Platin-.
tilf, fur the purchtase money titereof.
All I Ihose (wo Lots, Pieess 'ar Parc-ls of L-tna
lyin.g ti b--ing in thie Statie and Cunntiy afore
satid, int theo Vrila..e of l'inko'is. anowni in tho
-ere alsurw-y of thle l'owva-n. ad by FTh tntrs
I). I Or'vin. Deiprty Snrve~yotr, a.: Lots No. (60
:au 1d~0, coutiin g ( nte .\re eachli Lot. No.
60, rtin ii Ig ' ea r h( tck atndl bew~is a-reet;
Lot No. 70. frntihg Lewis sit-eet; known as
the linynea Cor-ner'.
Sol as the property of M. J. Owings, itt
the case of M. J . Owinug-, l'laint it, aidversus
Clinult Caninon atnd otherts, D)eendants.
TF'.R31sl CAanl-Prchtased paying for title
iOiB MAULDIN, s...
nov10,1881I 9 4
J .1 E re ,W )'.:-'i - . b. o u ngs-'. It
wo a-r.th, ; lin ! o ii.' Knighty o
,\t t li f a : .1c .d' V t c i it' m ~ nle b l y ih e
bt'i l n i't e a it. utyl !'otn '; n r .H
:aler. ei atd'itt .\d ,I Vn aihe ih diny f:of
Sueptt: r' It riteAm, uI-w ot al, tev hithe1t
bhbl-a,, :' :ayhng u itlen lloilse, oIt
iS1 Ett e ~ ti'y i .e nlC'M I
Allof at.' OaBo Mal fLN, lying.
ndovn 10. nds5 ofA4l abln aiat
Pnre~nD.u Ayingur f TileD agd to thea
Iii(lo i~) JOsABdoae MAU l, hor~
(lt. Mit. D.~k~i .Alttdr, etil.o agans Stediin
All ht 'P-auoIung t. al.t '~ thir t ~t
Y ve I#riti of a, Deet-y of Fore Ic oue tat ude
in- theck ,inle s1ate S , by is W .Hnor
de, t Piknl olia~avr I tt lib tin'so, on i aledd in
18A that. Tret of lad, an lyig ithl o ner
'the T of L ibedjartyin sno Coun.ty andu -o
.James IF. Hendt'icks, except. 48 acres soldI off
by V.* Young~ t) .. It. L, itInter, '1iTrstoec.
Ti'nii.+t -One half cash, attti (lhe biaanct otn
a er t(ii! iof I'.' monthls, seenrtead by hoteil an.l
mort gago oft tho prnemisies. Pittchasers~t' to
paty for all pape-rs andu for r-ecordtIing the same.
JOAh B MIA ULDIN, s-i'-c.
i.o. in 1821 ii 4
Daltimore clothing HRom.
S. BRAFM AN.
GREENVILLE, S.o .
wi bRAW Yotn A'I'TEN T1ON
to the fabt tha t, *o aro ro
bivithg f*ily big
AND OUR STOCK WILIJ HE
comploto by tho 1st of Septcmbtc'.
Come and oxamino ouir stock, it
will uiely pay you. Our 1tock will
bo larger than over,
Rtemember we aro selling to yuo
CLOTL"II ING at pricosi other morchants
pay for it.
Don't miss the place, look for thb
Baltianore Clothing Iouse,
Mlere-hant Tailoring a spocialAty.
ati'g 18, 1881 49
"E U R EKA I'
Ekelaaed President Gar
field on hah Arrival at
"1E U R1 E K A!"
EXCLAIMED OUR CUSTOXfEES WHEN
they have ex-uined1 our LA ROE STOCK OF
FALL ANDL WiNTElR GOODS, andl have
leairned at what wuonderully low prices we
are seW1ing t hem. We havye just. rece'ived and
nre' dbiiy receiving~ - lairge lot of M iEN'S and
IBOVS t'LOT iI lNO. (C.V'! V EBS , .! .\NS,
and i:iEA VV G~OOD iS, ST A PL and41 FA NOY
1)RY GOODS, llOOTS, S 11( , andl itATS,
Grioceteis, Lather, &c., which we are selling
at hot biom pricos. We are dloterrzainedt to sell
our1 large stock. Give u. a trnil.
We pa no rent, no cle'rg hire, andl ouir
taxes are a mere emng. so we can sell an chP)ap
or eo~r thuan any3 01n elao. We siery corn,
('tton, Corn, Frodder-, andl all Country
Prodcec bought'l' for 9.ndh or barter.
Try na oneo nand we will not ask you to
come agatin. You will comne the next time
wit hout an invite.
Griffini & Newherr~y.
~''_2. 18%1 2
The Latest The Best.
THiE BEST IS THE CH~EAPEST.
Theli handl~somest; and most compldeto
LAG AM MACINE
ILLUVSTR ATED CmICUL A RS SENT
Victor sowing Machino Co.,
Southern Office, No. 8 N. Charlos St., Baltimore, Md.
-en 'anowixrvg --.
.e 13(puu)I 381 aI ' $auo ? ,
'IIAploq liu est n VS ds /~
a *a P r r Gj% s
. s.,ro so a c. 'eto, 2,.
p6 Hnit1 ia uq% pot , MeM~~
A'ENTS uWANTEDoj~ MUOj '~ t
PIANOS & ORGANS,
SPECIAL $UMMER 10FFE. ;a
Cad liced AnD ThreZ M nt grliT
A Little 4asth Down, and
Balance When Cotton
During the months of JIune, .1uly, A ugiust
and September, we will sell P.AN(O) and
ORGA NS. either new or twecou- nd-h l, to
responsiblo par ies, at LOWI E8T CASI
$10 Cash 01n an O-9ran,
$25 Cash2 on a Piano.
And the balance in TIIREE IONT1IS
To accommodate those who can not pay
all Cash in the Fall, we will, during the
months of June, July, Augut and September,
sell at Onr
One Year Plan Price.
As per Price List, and receive as follows:
$10 Cas on an Orgains,
$15 Casa on1 a Plano,
With one-third of the fllance on Three
months, one-tlhird in aii moiths, akd the
remainder in one year.
These Ofl'cr:4 are Good 020y
wintil Ocjitober v , 8 1
L. E. NRt1 CK, Or
McSMiTII MUSIC HOUSE,
Gree".sville, tS, C.
june 80, 1881 '42
Sacom-poundl of the virtuios df sarsaparl
a, atillingia, mandrake, yellow dock, with
the iodhlO of potash and iron, alhl powecful
blood-macking, blood-cleansin1g, and( li fe-su'
taining eleents. It is thmo phreat, safest.,
nind most effectual alterativoe medicino
known or available to the public. Tho sci
onces of miedicine and chemistry have ucvov
prodluced so valumable a remedy, nior one so
potent to cure all diseases restilt ing frdm
.Impure blood. It eures Scrofuila aind
alhl scrofu louts diseasee F~rysipla(s,
Rose, or St. Antony's irre Pimiplos
and Face-grubs, Puntules, Blotches,
Boils Tumors, TIetter' Humors,
Salt kheumv, Scaldt-heoad, inzg-worin
Ulera, Sores4 Rheumatism, Mercurial
Disease, Neuralgia Femcalo Weak
nessesB dnd Irregularitdes, .Jaundico,
Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia,
Emacition, anid General Debi lity.
By its searching and cleansing qualities
it purges out the foul corruptions which
contdzmh ate the blood and cause derange
muent dnm~ decay. It stimulates anid enlivens
the vltm functions, promotes energy and
stlength, restores and preserves heal Ith, and
inittses new life and vigor throughout the
wvhole system. No sufferer from any dis
ease which arises from impurity of the
bibod nieed despair who will givo AYERu's
SAnIsAPr~m.A a fair trial.
It is folly to experiment with the numer
01u, low-p riced mlixttures, ouf enap imaterials,
and~l with out imedici i inalites, oftfered~ as
blood-purillers, whle dI 1isease beuLcomeIIs mocro
firmly seated. Anmcn's Samu;A Iu.1.A is; a
medCilcinie of such1 conicetrated (curativo
poethat it is by far the best, chieapest,
and mst re'liable lood-puritier known.
I'hiysiciansx know its compsiti on, and pre
scrib(; it. It hasi beenx wide ly used for forty
years, andu ha~s won thle tunuailiftied confl
deoe of muillions~ whom it has benefited.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 8& Co.,
Practical andi Analytical Chemiste,
SOLD BYX ALL DRIUrJISTs EVZaTWBER3.
TO SELL~ A hOUSiHOtL ARICLM
ri1ilE poor as well as the rich, the old a.
wb'll as IhIe young, CIhe wife ats well na
the hr ..b nd, the young maiden. nv well as~ the
boy, may just ats well ear'n a few dollars in
hohiest emloymnem, vas to sit around the hour
and1( wait for others 1o car-n it for' them. We.
can~ givec y'ou emiploiyument, alli the time, o,
during *four' spare hiouirs only; traveling, or
in, your ownl neighborhood, armong your
friends and nequaitances. If you do not
care for employment. We can ipart valuable
informiatltin to you free of 'cost. It wvill cost
y'ou oltly one cent for a P'ostal card te write
for our P'rostpectuis, andl it InnPy be the meams
of maiSdn g you ai good many dollavirs.
II !mot nielgh et ihm Oi porIt nity. You do
not hav e t o invivest ai large sum oif vi mney, vand'
rlun a grea:t riik of losing it.. Yo-; wilt rea-li
ly see I iunt it will be at (U~y n.oIteru to maike
frret SIt to $100t~ a week, andtu estaIblish a ln
orillite andu indelpendtucL business, huonorable,
it rat~it forward aind protitvable. Attend to
ii mavt o r now, for t here is muontey in it fer all
whoe einugage wit usti. We will suipriste you
anou .>' wi1 wonder' why you niIee wr'oto to
us before. WVe veudm ful part ot ilrs free.
A ddruess fliCK EYE fN ' ['G Ct.,
Richmnond dr Danviul R. B
Change of Schedulo.
On and aftor Juno 6th, 181, Pmengor
Train 8ervice on the Atlanta and Charlotte
Air Line (ivision of this Road will be s
ItITED STATae NA1L 10.
Leo Atllanta 4 00 om
ArH've at Lula (a) 0 a W
Arrive at Tocooa (r) a m
Arrive at Seneca (o) . 2b a n
Arrive at Greenvi lo (ii) W0 68 a m
Arrivo at Siartanhurg (i) 12 14 p m
Arrive at Gastonia (L) 2 36 p m
Arrive at Charlotte () 8 5 p m
N v HXxrness--No. 47-[n j
Leave Atanap m
Arrive at Lula S5 p III
Arrive I. I. Toccoa 7 15 y ii
arrive at 6vie c; 1 ) 1 1
Arr ve a Gnev910 ' 10 20 p m
Arrive at S ocit nturg 11 it m
ari''ve atL (b atoniii 2 J:8 IL m
Arrive at CIrI0 :3 15 a in
U S FAib r 'IA IL---NO '
Leave Atlanta 08(30p m
Arrive at 1,11a111, .9 n!
Arrive at 0o1ca
Arrive at. Sei ecin 11 25
Arrive at C re 1 ,in lle I Iit) a i
A''ivC at. SpartalPhrg 2 11 a In
AlI,7VC 'It G0aa'QIt lija 4 11 it11
Arrive at Charlot 6 35 a m
U S MAIL-NO 12-[A.]
Leave Chnrlotic (,m) 12 30 p m
Leave (Jastonia (1,) 1 27 p In
Levac Spartimhurg (1) 3 50 p ni
Leave (i'reonvjllc (11) 6 07 p in
Leave 'eoncea (ti) 6 5I1 p m
Leave Toccoa (F) 4 01 p in
Leave 1,011 (t%) S) If; p Ii
Arrive at Alt:i 12te 5 a i
N Y Yrnhi.-No 48-[1;]
Leave Charlo:e ( 12 4 a m
Leave Gastonia 1 '13 a m
Leave Spartanhurg 4 06 a pi
Leave Greenville () 17 a m
Leave Sececa ( 02 a m
Leave Tocuca (8 16 m
Leave Lula ( 31 a m
Arrive at Atlanta 12 20 p i
N Y FAST AJ--*O 80 c]
Leave Charlotte 2 33 a in
Leave Onastonia 1 07 a m
Leave Spartanhurg 8 1 a in
Leave Greenville '..1 a m
Leave Seneca 7 a m
Leave Toccoa 8 58 a mn
Leave nida 01 a II
Arrive at Atlanta 120 35 am
le It i ti o, R g a m
ILand pArta'n b ii8 12 a
[Lav Grville uu~ gtan fGoga C-1 a
Arrivo a A tlIan t 10A 36ilaom
[C] withl arriving tr'ains of Georgia Cen.t
[' I] with Northdttastern'i Railroad of Ga. to
andxt fromn Athlens, G.1a
[F] with Elberton Air Line to and from
 withl Col umbia and Greenvdllb to and
front(Gointpiai and Charleston
 withi Colunxi a nnI G reenville to and
fromt C'oluinhxia and Charlesicn
[K] with Spartanburg an'd Asheville. and
Spartanbiurg, Union anid Cohimbia to andl
fr'om Uif~edeson and Asheville, and Alston
' [L] with Chester and Lenior Narrow Guxage
to and front Dallas aind Chester
[M] with u e & A-C c-RL & D) and A T &
o for point West, North and East
Pulmnan Sleepinig Care Service on Trains
Nos. 47 anud 48. Daily, withouit change, be
tween Atlanta and New York.
A. POPE, Gen'l Passenger Agent
ORGANS AND PIANOS.
Dani el F. Beatty's M anufactoryj
Cor.*- 1tuoad Ave .a EBeatsy S.
Washingto, New Jersey, Un ted States oAmerIca
aIOre tree () acrea of space with eloveU
)additiona acre for. Lumber Yards &c.
TheLarestand Mosgt Comploto Estab~.
ntof theo kind on the Globe.
VISIORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOMR.
/ GRAND ORGAN, Now Stylo
D. .No. 9000O, 27 STOPS 14 Oct.
6'C En.avon of the Colebratodl OOL.
e, bEN TONGUE REEDS. Is
latoFinost Organ e uor
- Ia o. A Cavet, to filod
'Aat tho Paen~t Offlee, to pro
toet it. No other muanufact
1j~~1 j4 '~ urer can bmild th i tOrgy g,
- Prico with RtoolM.u$ '(
slo and~ Book (only
Cabinet, Parlor, Chapel & Pipe
Orpans, $30 and tupwards, in groat varie y.
to 810010. Warranted n .
Eure t. secn't for jLtest
f3atalogue Ile for e
Dceal direct with the mn.
ufacturer ant zave middlemen's pronts, wrxtoto
14t of naines of purchtas~ers. A DDonnas oIL CALU)vOJ
Easing 0 TJU..t 6 f meS
HOFRSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
V/f1 cure orpIoven tfDineans.
NCo lionsu'. will in of Cozia, Jo.Ta or LuNG PR
vTxR, if Foumtz's Podwdhrs are uid In. imo.
1 ,?tz'ti 'owders WIilleuroanid p~rdve lit i100 Cnorgna
Iout.A, Poiwdors will prev'ent G"AI'rx F~Iow uu
Fouzt's P'ovdorn, will incroniao the qunity of rhut,iA
and Cre3am t Ce nty per cent., and miako the bitter firm
FoutL's Powders will' enre or provent alnmost Xv ay
DISURsN to which ,.orates and Cattleanreo. hubbeS.
FOUT'zs PownjgR WrIL GIVE gBA1IBPrAOTZI.
Sold overywheore. .--.
DAVid N. .'OUTEz Proprictor,.
For sale by Dr. J. I'. QILLIA N, Easley
W ant a limiited
nt whet~ r oft i native, ('nerglett buiin ess can vass;
er~uf 6 (ni ;ge 11 a pleasan it atntd proflit able
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by letters', enzciosting statn) for reply, s tting
what bus..ine.n they have bceen etgogedl j.
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Greenville, 8. C.
WELLS, ORR & TAYLD I
ATTORNEYS 4 COUNSELORS AT LA W
PICKENS o. II., 8. q.
Proimpt &Uenten givon to busan=s enat4-.,
J. 8. Od0TiRnANilT. . V
Abbeville 8. C. I Greenville, 8 0 Pekeno a 0
COTHRAN, ANSEL & 30605
ATTOHREYS AND CUN8ELOR8AT LAW,
PICKENS 0. a., 8. 0.
Omco in the Court It6uso. Prompt
attontion givon td ai bitinesS em
trusted to them.
dCeo 9, 1880 12
it. A. CHILD,
ATTORNEY 4- COUNSELOR AT LA $
P I C K E N S C. 1. 8. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the 8t.,
and Courts of the United States, for the 31
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requirin9r it able Attorneys will a
associated with we.
jan 6 1881 16
DAVID. LANDRETH &SON$. P i
Columbia & Greenville R. 1
CoUMnIA, S C., Aug. 80th, 18t]
Oi And after Thursday, Sept. let. bu-Mn
passengecr trains will run as herewith indu,
cated upon this Road aidt its branoheot
Daily, except Sundays.
rso. 42. Ur PAssn4u)tt.
Lenve Alston 12 2. n a
Leavei~ Newberry at I 23 p
Leave Ninety Si~t 2 (jt p: r
Leave Hodges al 8 6: w
Lecave Belton ni --., ti 0 n
Arrive at Greenville at ,..6 2: y n
No. 43. I)owN PAsBEVNOER
Leave (Greenville at i0 8; a
Leave Belton at It 5; :
Leave llOdlges at 1 P
Leave Ninety 81* 2 80 4
aueave New berry al 4, m'r
Lecavo A1ol,-,t 4 n a
Arrive at Columibla [r] 6 60 ' '
SPA RTANB~URG, UINION AND COLUi 1~A
RtA 1 LROA U.
No. 42 UP PAssENORR,
Leave Strot her 12 4o3
Leave L~yles' rj$-4 IIi
Leave F's Dam ),,
L.eave .-.ate 2n0 I
Lente' Unioni 2 y
Leave .Jonesvyille 2
[lave PaeCOh 0 t
Le'e Spartanb~urg, E, iJ, & 0 depo I 4 V u g
Arrve Sparitanbsurg R & Di depot (Ej 4 1 y
Leave Spar1 ahburg U&1 eo u 24
Lea'e Spartari'g, 8, U&Cdpt()IO
Leave Fish, Una
Leave ShecltojIdi~ r
Lenve Lyles' Ford B4
Leave Strother 40
Arrive atpot (non 48 & p
Lenv Nebery a B 1 p d.
Arrie a Nel~ct~ 8 47 a
Arrive at A lstonlI 4 80 p ed
Lenve Newherryl 12 50 p .a
Arive aCt Laurdens C II0C p ad
Lenvel oge at
A rrive AadAbevill 4t 40
Iienve A bbIevile [21(y
Arri e at f ed es7 406 p 14
ye uc Rigl 1Ro. R9a28dndaMJh- g
hea ve nderson('f nt 4O0
LenteV 1 enle.r en at 111
Arive ft Waloha. 7 48
On and after above dale through cars wtl
he runi lbe ween Columbia and llendersonvlil
4. With S C Rbailrond1 froni C arctn.
W ith Va iliningt on, coln hid and A t',$g.
Itailroad fr tomV Wi lmington and all
poinit. No(rthI t here.of.
WVit b A l a)uilr'oad fr oini chiarilte aa4
foraits n Westerin North Ci(art1 bna
c. withz ALtlat :,nd clharloptto Divisiiona Rich.
mond1( and D~anville Railwny for all
FOintH Hotasihand west
nu end arni 1nrville Railway fror. *i.
lanlta and bieyond
iE. wit b, At iat a n11nd (harlot fe IDh Nion Ille
huihtul andi 1)a'ille Itailroad for al
Vi 1intH Hotth and weost
F. 1 hlh 8 C lin dlroadi for Ch,,rlejs on
Vsish Wilnington. ColumbnJia and Awu.
W i ji<rl fr Wilm~ingon~ and the Nrs
liailrontd for' Clma,.-" annd Aue g4e
*. With Ansheville and Spti Ifnbttg RaIlt.a
ii. With Atlanta fad .uharldet UDision Rieb.
uail n i h 1vi1l Itn lroad fr6m ohE -
St an 1 strd Timo n W~
which is filleen rnhitutes faster than (col, bisi
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