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LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS.
EASLEY, S. C., NOVEMBER 9.
BAPTIsTv Ciuncr. Rev. J. W.
Thitehims, Pastor. Every fhst Sabbath
at II o'clock, A. M., and at 7:30, P. M.
Siuday School every Sabbath at 3:30
('9clock, P. M.
IPleasant), Dr. J. It. Riley. Pastor. Ev
erv seconl Sabbath at II o'clock, A. M.
METIioIs'T CIIHUCi.-Rev. S. P.
I t. Elwl 1, Pastor. E very fourt I
Sabbath at II o'(-loek, A. M.. and 7:30
o'clock, P. M. Every second Sabbath
at 7:30, P. M., by Rev. 1). R. Browai
Stlldav School at 9:30, P. M., every
SC ICIE(Mu for, andt reaT THi MnES
SENOER. It will give you the news.
MHs, W. E. IIO!,CoMnE paid Easley
a visit, this week.
Air. W. S. GRE()u y, oir foreiiua,
has lloved his family to Easley.
IT is a hard .year, but peace and
prosperity still smtiile upon Easley.
CoUtTr (tonvenes inl Greenville next
M a. MoAY iIEI, one of (reenvlille's
lawyers, was in towin on TIe'lay.
OWN BEY IROS'. "GAod as Gol"
1 0e. oI' )acc ) , still in the leadI. it.
W E mve no nu-riavge Inot ices for
1his week, but ti he signs are 41oo1i for
.everal before loug.
Mws.. MAkmIE- Ikor has1: beenl speil
ing' -everal days :lillong her frieiks inl
WEF learn1 1tha1 mune o)f our11 hachlorw
rieuis vanits to') buy an O )rganl. We
pIe-umIei tihe Or>ganlist is cmay qel.
T ii: ( Clerk of the Coniell wouhI he
pleased Io have a vall from t hose who
haveI not ),I i ihe i' tO nW I Ia I ii.
It 1-.x . W . I Iu, c II .:ss ha: s resdq.IInI.(
I l'n tora. l ch r oI u I f the laht ist
M r~s a lo , ul rn il' iit
al froI tlan W Vi ':wert il t()W l s ol t
TW EE ist- no ueh. vello o in to
bit~e ginn this~) palr a rly t at llt. o bhi
.elale as ben icke ou :Un shu
APt Claehlot of lie Groceris.
I V i '515 t s. t toe I te
l'u)M it he wai uV(?propert yi waslILle solda
the saeI of Mr.7mon 1selw
S.ouhl.1 IcnludeI tlht Erale alrs the
surroiumligt county et hadl ife in it.
W'er(l mi ~a~ler.m thtceh e is to
ilvel aI tillspa e i ustat tls t'b
ediedt he Col. Veivi]snst, of thaJI
SnhT, tenher ofl ctheal S'l ol lieh
"Oi:Ldofl our~ reidenat min i st.rRv
THROUGH the kindnes' of 'our ob
liging Post Master, we publish a list of
letters remaining in. the P. 0. up to
date, anti will continue to do sO every
MR. BASsWELL and family leave the
county soon, and will change their
home to another State. We evident
ly will lose at line and substantial fatu
ily from our midst.
Tim MEsSENGER offie give thanks
to Mr. Isaac Williamls for a quiantity of
the finlest swyeet Potatoes Seen this
setaSonI. There are four varietle s, aind
all gool. lie gatherell 100 bushels.
A MEETING of the patrons of the
Easley School wift be >ield at the
Acalemy this (Friday) evening at three
o'clook. A full atteindaiee is earuest
ly rectlestel, as 'rui'istee.s to serve the
nsiing yearwill be electet.
1-1o'J: (uNs "of every descriptionl at
W i lear 11 ha I uite anl interesting
Illc tin 1g is inl progmress at the Rock
S'rii( I)Balist, Church. Ihere have
bee nl thi'ee :ldition.S 111) to lis wriitingo.
(WeNe I sI-day). The serviccs 1 are being
c(nducteld by RevS. 1). V. Uliott ald
1). C. Fri-eeninl.
Mit. JoIIN 0. SIIECj. and( M.Pa
mrl wVil.IOn have the iw resioeAden-e
of h'.J. W ..IlIlft(hwn... rv:div for hilin
tW inove il. They *puI~l.sh wok w\itl h4a
ru M. i. N. A. Onnsimw dwell.
ing. iler theleadiershil) of MIr. B. 1).
Gr -een, is alSo neuan-ing1) colinle~tionl.
OuCr fr-ieild Johlinie N.. inade a 11 ilg
trip) to Greenclville mn Tuesday. Re.!
slt was lw clid't get to s--e her.
Willie R., wenlt (n)I) ~ y but inl
I bis insiu wev I hle wvay wserdwth
Out t lit s ,of (lite blastin. g powlder.
Was''t "100 frost v" for pron1laiing-e'
T If I. , ginlhouseo f ). .H n r Ick
Is necitally b0rn'd on Thnnaday
evenin0 of lora -t weh. The tire, be
fore it was iscover1~ ed, Ifl ha nunhe u
hed a i ' nit (it1 wa 'it posibe t od sae('
tre ls~ to, a 'lo a' ) ..is1 lof en en 1)111,
house.mie. U id
Ser ilas ~o ends t each P. o. 'ine~ to
('oi nt to () for Ilih liI1tM with a(llihap
Menng .lo8ning in nii. le y(their11 tbhrat
dea COP h(, i l lort aI t iee I g s, wlihon
or(! it h i w ise-.-e l)oenw t, e e, 'ht i.*,
t ien Givce of th re poitsadwewl
gie theld shae for biti.Il1Ii.o
M)ssNGER ''t our Pstfie hl o'a'as (1een
:untl wears h(ia gnil te m i ncleha
a Inan I our - town, who Is a "bond
holder merchant, cotton buyer and
guano agent,'' has been paying ten
cents -per potind for' Opossuis, and
thinks them cheap at that.
OUR PICKENS LITTER.
PICKCENs C. H., Nov. 6, 1883.
DEAR MISENGER: E verything is
lively arotull and about. here ; every
body is dancing to sote tune-the
farmers especially to thie Guano anld
Yesterday was Salesdiy, and a large
nuinber of citizens were in town. Sev
eral tracts of lan vere sohl alnl they
all went; eheap, (wing to tle -scarcity
Frost has cone, and it pinehes too.
Bal colds are about as plentifiI as yel
The streets of Pickenls Were alive
with a foot-raee on Satur-day, .Jlhn
Boggo'S bore oil' laiurels froti a. (ozen
At ol bachelor Sleeping wvithi a hot
iron is a- new w'inter iM1ea up here.
Mrs. Prof, McCashin h:w been (4nite
ill for tle lat few <Iys, bult it affords
11s pleasire to learn l tat sihe is much
better tit this writing.
Tihe CaSayplow was eXhibitedl
here last Monday, and the verlict of
the it-nu r's is ilhat there is oth)Otinj)(
Talej4foot lut inl his appearance
with his re1 eves SaIlesday. too.
Miss Ella L:wrenmce, of Seneen. is
simuling a short tine -with relatives
:1111 frielals in our towi. Ifonl. .1. E.
l Ios inakin' radlv to take his (I(.
parittin-'e to Ile City by th4e (Co1ngan-ee
andi the "Gree,(nville News'" Cana,11
14001. M1,1i. i?. A. Chlib st:11-ts for a
frip 1) 111 "I -Lnl of Flowers tuhl Or
here. 'The school, (linate aud other
:lvalltaes of Pikeirs k vilotugh to
draw rv.sid ents bY the wholes.e Let
t bein een w, 4)?nr :-.ns :u-e :tIvayrs open!).
L:andlonds :ul t elnts kieep .Jus,.tice
N(wb' rry :uul the Leg-al fratcrInit y'
Iuy all tI tt I me eomeiliatiig as to
tiens t:1l division of crops. ''lhe Ia
ho-r ikwrh of his hire, 111d Cte
laniion shoilI recet'ive pay for his meat
'The ta x hooks have (lo)sed :an the
peolet have pal-nuu1:1-kably. well con..
sider-ingo the( short en-4p.
M\is.. 1bla l()ollingswor 011 is all absorb
('( in) tihe line art'. W~\here4 her Cravout~t
t onehes.- I lhe (catnvass. ex presio uI)l'idlife
arme left, whiieb nevert failhs t attrac(t thie
I(hlutiationl of thle behIohlert'.
TLhere is4 to a Muicaiei~ En~ItertauiInnet
inl I hie P'in'huont Col:)lege riyigt
.Miss Na:nnmtie Edwl~anis amid her nomsie
sebiol:ir- are' tmaking' greati prepara tions
It l' tech ii he night inll e ls ho0w t) singi
ha:t nightN -a:dl thmus will it be. Riev.
S. .P. 11. lwell will delivetr anm otlhtress
e 'xpcinlsmethingl goodtI hin
1. Ta ll-y-Noe. amo
9. Ioftgla.m - s'ts Mihiy tew.'np
-1'. l.ongsr-Tk to t l ong taw.~)I~ h
l'liO. Lokl thire etiislently.bov
And~h mvihiore0V he msho'seo irt'
Te lmoh't shallhte." .'(' t h
Mr. Lovies- Lowt' set s ginth ''eplea.
10. oety--N thig t il pir th
--The Blue Ridge Railroad bas Just
paid Its State and County tax, amoun..
ting to $1,052,56.' This is somethidig It
has not done before in ten years.
Our Cotton Market has been quiet
this week. Sales for the week 135
bales. We quote:
Bacon ................ .......8 0 8
Flour per barrel.........
I T' ..............................6 @61
4-4 ..............................0097 (a
Prints. ........................ 5 @8
Cotton...................................g4 6 9
Eggs - .-........................ @15
0 hickens ...........................10@20
-AND DEALERS IN
Easley, S. VQ.
Invites the attention of
their patrons and the gene
ral public, to the large and
attractive Stock of Goods
just opened, which embraces
Boots, Shoes, Grocer
GIaSSW(1re, (Pro ckry
TOCACCO, KN ITTING
and in f[act everything usual
ly kept in a stock of General
Merch and ize.
We cl espqcialI attenItion to our
large STO(~CK of ICAD.Y-MADE
CLOTIING, JEANS and SH OES.
Yon wviIlifind it to your' interest to
exatinie theini hef'ore p~urchasing.
When'i you wanlt Flour call fou tl-e
'' FlROSTI ;'' for a "' Chioice Family"
Dry Goods Emporium
DR1. J. W. QUJILLIA,
Easlety, S. C.,
Still lives, al( lie de(sires to thank
hie 1publlic for t heir libl)'l paitronagel in
I heP past, and1( say to themn that his
Not ionis, I Ints, Caps, Boots and( Shoes.
I lard wareI 1, hieavy and( Fancey Grcris
PaXintsi , Oils, Glass and D)ye Stuf's, arei
'oiktheL( ILdesItde1sire tosay that my
F'all Stock of Mil1lin ery hats ,inst Comle
in, emhbracinig all the Latest Novel ti(s,
and1( Late.st Styles of Hats, Bonniets,
Ribjbons and( Neck wear, all at BOT
TOM P~RICES. Etsiy-Call anid see me
andi you will be pleasedl.