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he $astON Jessenger.
LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS
-Lewis R. Redmond has been par
-Rev. W; H. Kirton will preach It
the Methodist church on next Sunday
-An she drew him in on Sunda3
Inst, buft he was back again on Mon
-Capt. Hiudgeus and wife made i
flying trip to Honea Path oi Tuesda;
-Miss Essie Russell has returned t<
ber home after making a pleasant tril
- Mr. John B. King will accept on
thanks for some exquisite flowers
'Tihey were very wnuch admire(l.
-Mr. C. T. Martin ias been electe(
by our Cotmcil. Marshal for the towi
of Easley. A good selection.
--Mr. J. F. Folger, oniu of Pickens
best repr~esntatives, was ill tovn 01
-Manj. D). F. Bradleyad ifea
Colonel Boweni. all paidI Easley a visi
-See the annoncements oi the 401
page. Rev. (. W1. Siigleton is a
rtiened for School Commill issione r.
-The colmulnications of "Subscri
ber" aid "P" are crowded out of thil
isue. but will appear il 0111r next.
-Col. J. E. Hagtood andl wife, Spell
last Sun1idaty il om toiwn, and(l left 0
Mlonday for Chirleston.
o OWNEY BIs. for gilas
of tced Soda Vate', Lueioin~de or Ci
der. may 9 If
Ben Atns was lodged inl th'
l'iekens jail by (epuity Mar-dal Stew
art onl TL1~uesday nit. to alwait a pirelimt
iiniry tial, for violation of the r#,-evem1
miains sinigle no lmiger. ".a:1 H.'
ilys -Will will m:arry now.", Is Ie thin
(Inly one thinks so?
-Miss Fannie C. Hoke, one of Sen
ea's most charmiing dauighter~s. paese
t hough on Fi-day last. Her short stau.
wasgreatly enjoyed by I( friends.
--The popula. tiailn lispatcher, Mir
Ramseur, of (Central, passedl thirougl
wvithI his bectter half on Wedhiesdaa
hist, b~iound for hickory anid othe
poinlts ini N. (C.
-iThe Gvain was mnade on Tu'1esdm~l
last. May their lives he bothi prosper
(ins andI( happy. Hymuen's altar w:
visitedl often this week.
-Farmers, call on Owsjux Rnos
B-4 buying your grain Cradles. 9 L
-Mrs. A. M. Folger sent us a curi
osity in the form of two roses the oth
er dlay. a smaller' one grew out of tin
cen'ter of a full blowni r'ose, and wa:
---We refer' our. readers with letasur'4
to the advertisemnent of Stradley d
Barr. T1hiey are menCR of eniterprise amt)
merit, and~ deserves the patronage o
-It is suggested that the painiter'
brush should be used in our miidst. We
enidorse the suggestion, and feel than
repainted houses wvill greatly imprIov(
the looks of our town.
--Mr. Simmnons,who lived at J. T1. An
thony's mill, four mile East of Pickenr
I.I., (died onl Suniday last, at t he ad~
vanced aiged of alnost 8' years.
good 'man has pa~ssed away. H~e diet
suddenly, and was' buried'oni Monday
at th~ olenow grae-yr..v r
-Mr. W. W. Rliylock and wife, of
Walhalla, paid our town a vsit Jast
week. Mr. Blaylock has been very sick
bit is improving. They boarded the
train for Greensboro, N. C., oin Friday
-Mr. J. M. Philips. the inventor of
a Sulkey Plow, is putting up a shop ini
our town. Easley continues to improve.
Give Mr. Philips a call, and lookout
for his advertisement.
-On Friday afternoon of last week,
the Western bound train Itd on board I
30 Austrians, who landed4inNe w York
on Wednesday before, ajh were
making their wny to TeXas. It was 1
an interesting sight to those who have
Iever seen thm!
-Miss Lula Clyde the elhiu ming
laughter of our townsman W. A .Clyde, I
gave a very enjoyable birth-day party I
otn last Friday evening. It was an oe
easionI of much hpI)IIess. May she
have many pleasant returis.
QUERY :-II what State is CALl
SAYA TON IC in the greatest demand?
ANSWER.-In a Billiom')s STATE. a
DEBILITATED STATE. a Dyspep
tic State, and whent you feel ill a bad
state generally ! ! ! Manufactmed by
Westioreland( Bros., Greenville, S. C.,
and sold by all Dlalers. may 23 It
-Mr.. U. W. Bramlette ha31., t le con
trant for building th( Easley Bridge
Over' the Salia. lie biilds it for $150.
M11r. J. R. Buns, of Westininister. will
furnish the ImIlber,
--The aniua May Meetig at ICross
Roads church came olY on hst Sat ur
dJay and Sun111day. The Crowd was not
as large as usial. '11Te Imeetinig was
an, interesting oie.
--ead cardl of A. Clark, of Greoen
Ville, who keeps on halnd aId putit up I
to order, every kind of Marble and
Granlite work, of the Atest qulialitie's.
both inl style and material, at tihe
lowest possible rates.
-You are requested by the town
council to presem ve this coily of the
SESSENGiE, as it, contains the l)town
Ordinances. Rea(l them and see what
our Coneil propose doilng, iId save
your )ape'r for future refe retnce.
-Send your orders to) OWNBHEY
linom)S foriret&sh Lem~ions, &~c.-m.iay 9) ifI
-Mr, T. .J. Boweni, hiad onl e'xhibi
t ion ait thlis ptlace ont LTuesday, 1Iis sull-.
key plow. It. is mu ich adm~iired. W'e
w ~ish uniebh suceC.ss to Mr. Bowen.
Farmniing is bound to, priogr1ew when
such men(1 as Messrs. Boweit, ih a men
mnltteh to it.
W~e hope the rivalry that is abotut to
sprintg upi between O woof our yvounig
mien will t esult ini 01u1y one serious~
'thing, and( thatt is miatrluonyv. Thue
editor would like to have a piece of
wedidinig cake. Why is it that yotutg
M. D1's are always feared1, or is that the
--Wh'Vile othier entter'pises are being
carried on), suplpose the people of' Eus
bey and Pickenis ~)ioi in and have a tel-.
eplhonet wtire puit upi bet ween t he towns
It oud.e somtething unc()ttonuno in
ormidst, and)( would be of great beni
etlt to our' people. Put 'your shonl
(der's to the wheel' anmd see n hat cani be
dlone in this direct ion.
.-W.~e had the pleasure of a ~iii on
M oa y i l t , from Miss N e(' t t iaa e W t E' M aind
1y South." This paper which Is now
to prosperotas, eannwot help but prosper
0l the more, where the services of MiSS
ettle are almost beyond meaisure.
We enjoyed her visit very much, and
would be pleased to see ler again.
-We had occasion some tine sitice
;0 Mention the uerits of Callsaya
i'onic, atui siice that tiuie have come
mto the )ossession of still stronger
.vldence of its benefits, and openly de
-hmv It just what It Is iecolumeided to
)e-and the best thing yet discovered.
--Miss Hattie Martin, who had been
tteldlng the Piedmont Iustitute at
Mikdis, died 1i(turday last. She
lad been sick .botit ona1. week whei
he wa* ca 4. d from Eartb'to lleaven
he was a falthhil iiomber of the Pres.
Jy terkn ii church, and lived a consistent
Ife. She was buried at Carmael chureh
)> Smiday; Dr. J. R. Riley conduicted
.he funeral services.
--We are requested by Rev. S. A
ary, P1residelt of the Pie(dimolnt Sun
lay School [Instlttite, to aintoiuice that
t will hold its next ieeting at Motol
ainl Sp lug chtrch, iln A mlerson con
y'onl Sattul (lay befolreo d t l At t Stin.
lay inl Jime. Rev. ). W. 111tt. will
weabc1I t i intolictory sermion oil Sat
irday at to )'clock a. ml. The Super.
lltelents al t the Sm;lably tiehools,
uni. dele. friomi O Salie. ar. rv
luested to bec p gresent u0n this otclIasion
Amlder-mn :11d G'reenIville. papenm.
f l1.ked.44LttiIit'. idO
-Mr. W. .1. l;Irk of ShINow() . inl
'om. ;Ia( ih o Millay hitV they had
i lutil .orm which did iuch injiur t'(
.heir1 crfj A great th-nl of( the fruit
IV1as ;u lef cl - . bii , i i font
1:ulf of the wheat wa t it-- io . Nwiar-]
I St .-mI: . It haie-rt ( eutral 4;1
- Wbenpmo go t o Gre il
i4 dh> () III t fail to call on 1t .m si
>op1.ular :nd ever . Drlggist. Dr. . A
W anted atr 11 have refreshod
uraelf itch a glass (r tS wlf o htisso
la Water---whici, by the t. is th
ito*(. :u l frln-I ihed from . it e ine--1
1,'o nin ian the Cliy\--takhe ai look ali
iS ime11 MidS IImIue stock of Drioga
' -.. ami if -ou are.iek , vo r famh
,iuk, r you)t want seeds o;f anyo kl
)'iiet sati , t, b yI e IIbb er
neu in a o her coumn.toK alo
[St.I by (se., He. A . ar. a t t il.
lvevf. . . . Roier, M. CHwrius
sc' , a11I of Aen mirson Co.ut
it trea a he residenice of Dr''.ltes
4r. R. A. INs.Of Cntral , I. G.,
md MissN.EA :i n~s of Iiklo onte
ait, S.l uC. ,b J W et.N
On2thM.. at the residence of thc o'
)re o fther, Mr. 1 . ij!v.IEO inady
4 sq., ad* Mis M~~ AnYiic, all ofPek
)ntl, .C, e.D ot ofl
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
Cor. Main and Waskington Stih.,
GRBENVILLE. S. C.
O FFERS to the public, one of the
bet selected. purest and freihest
istock of Drugs. Medicines. Paints,Olls.
Dye Stuiffs, Toilet articles, Patent
Inedicinies, the best brands (f Segurs
and Tobacco, Notions, etc., etc , to he
fotund In the State. Also, full lite of
Giu'den. Flower and field
Gtaranteed fresh and getuine. and ii
fa, everything usually kept Inl a irst
chiss DIrig Store. I1s
SO.DA F0 UNT
4,1 in full blatst, and well supplied wit i
every conceiv-ible kind of flavoriti
Syrups, Creatu, etc., anid served 11 t 1he4
best. style inl the City.
Polite and atteitive clerks. with :t
full and select stock of Goodg is oir
I.:adiig ildtluctellit for patron.'4.
WIhenvi ;oui enne to Greenville don't.
i-fail to call on in I uaranteet ~ Si -
ifact ion. Mty stolk is to) large Ifo un1t
h-take ) to entunerate all I he artielfs.
F. A. w~LTL.
May 23 t-f
Marble and Granite
G reenitll e, S. C.
O'itizens of Easley, S. C.
I I AVE YOU IEA RI )
of th Cheap
Dry Goods lluwe
FEN O) T', T'I I S IN 0
tieisy e ou know
where you cani save money.
Helieve one word of the r(
p)ort, bul.t gIie theitn a callI
an 1d sc o for yourselves.
20 yds. best Shir'ting' for $1.
0 yds good L~awn) for $ .
I6 ydsV [. IDress Gioods4 for $1.
All o)ther Gioods ais C.heap
Stradley, & Burr.