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LOCAL AND .OUNTY NATTER8.
-Mr. John A. Easley and wife were
in our town on Wednesday.
-Our subscription list has been very
much increased by the editor going on
the "6rand Round."
-The infant child of Mr. B. IL Will
iams, died on Sunday afternoon last.
and was buried on Monday at Cross
-Miss Hattie Clary, and other young
ladies who have bebn visiting our town
lately, still graces our streets with their
-Messrs. Childers and Owen, of
Greenville, but former citizens of Eas
ley, have been speuding awhile In our
-Come Candidates, that Ice Cold
Soda water at Ownbey Bros. will keep
you cool. ,. july 25 tf
-We are glad to see Mr. J. S. La
them out again, but le is still poorly.
But we regret to learn that his wife
and son, Judge, are now conflued to
their beds, very sick, but we hope they
may soon recover.
-Our foreman has been in luck of
late. le has been sampling blackber.
ry wine made by Mrs. R. A. Greer, B.
D. Green and R. K. l1ll, and pro
nounces it good, and only wishes they
had made more.
-The managers of election appoint
ed for this precinct are Messrs. J. R.
Hagood, J. T. Arnold and W. A. Me
Mahan. Let us ask that the Execi
tive Committee of the club be pres
-Mr. Alex Duncanii, left for us sam
ples of. very fine apples, measuring
about 11 inches in circui ference. le
told1 us, on Wediesday last, that he
had oUc at home Ihit m easlred 1i i
inches. That's fin.
-Mrs. Nancy Stewart, the wife of
Abraham Stewart, and daughteir of the
deceased Isaac Atleison, living on
Eastatdt, died oi Sn uday last, and was
buried on the following Tu esday.
---Some of our' yoilng people accom
pailed by imIarried ladies. in diulged
themiiselves onl Wednesdauy night, ini a
"'straw ride." T1heyv seetned to have
enjoyed it most hngely, andI like night
ingales they put ini ha ppy operation
their vocal organs. It was a jolly
-Under t he arbor ait campl-mee(tinlg
is a fine p~lace to dliscover the qualities
that go to make up a peCrfc~t lady or
gentleman. An empty pated giggler
will make him 01 herself manifest even
at a funeral. is this cap your number?
Tr'y it on.-lHartwell (Ga.) Sun.
-CALISAYA TONIC! The best
of all T~onics. It is made right here at.
home, by Westmiorch id Bros., Whole
sale Druggists, Greenville, S. C. Call
when you go over there and1 let them
tell you what It is, and what it's made
of and you'll be coniviniced. 10
--On Wednesday last~ thec candlidates
paid t heir bienial visit to our town. A
large crowd tuirned out to see- and~
hear' what woul be goilng on. A
stand was er-ected in the grove of the
Methodist (Churchi yard, where the
speaikers entertained a large audlience.
Some made no speeches, while others
spoke to ouir peCople. Thle canldidlates
for the Legislature and School Comn
missioner take up most of the time ini
-Dr. E. Y. Salmon's Horse and
Cattle powders, for sale by Ow' ar
Baos- july.25 tf
Read the advertisement of .the An
derson Military School, which opens on
Also, of Notice of Final Settlerment
mnd Discharge, b) T. J. Turner and'J.
S.:Lathem, Rx'ors of estate of Stierling
H. Titter, deceased.
,--Mr. J. M. Howard, of Oreenville
County, Is visiting his son, Mr. J. N.
Howard, of the popular lirin of Nix &
Howard, of our town. le pald our
office a visit and seems to be a very
pleasant gentleman. We will be glad
to have him call again.
-We have received from the gArden
of Mrs. N. A. Green, of Greenville, a
perfect ct'rhsity in the shape of a cu
cumber, being a complete twin, from
one end to the other, and grew on one
stem. She has one of the best gardens
in the City, although not planted until
others were using' vegetables from t heir
-Mr. G. W. Taylor, of Pickens,
spent Tuesday night with us, -havii
been in ittendance uipoi the eitertain
menit at the Mountain Viev [louse.
lie enjoyed himself so much,. that in
tihe course of the evellinig he had a
Payne in his hea rt, and did'Int know
wltdher it was Brown, red or white.
-Rev., r. Pike, of Suimierville,
ald pastor of the Methodist (huirchM at
that place, arrive(l in our town oin Wed
niesday. Ile Spenlt tle Iight, and lefi
for the home of Col. J. E. ULagood, of
Pickens, on TiIrtday. Ile mlde -I
talk in the Metlo(list Cl-urch on Wed
niesday night. Ie is a elitred scholar
and a iost liable gelitlell)an.
-On last Ttiesday inight Mrs. A. 1).
NIoSCly, the very hospitable proprie.
tres.s of "The Iomiinaill View Hlouse
gave an elegait moial eltertainienoit.1
It was onr pleavsuIre to be presellt oil
thlie occa.ion, and t) sha1ire the ple s
iiires of it. Atlanta,. El berton, Greeni
ville 111d Pickens were all well repre
-M.Abel llendricks, h) liv-!d
near' Poinpkintowin anl was well
k 1nown by may of our citizens, lied
on Sunday niight last, at t he age of 76
years, aifter. anl ill ness of fouir dhays. 114'
was strieken ,vithm palsy. lie was bn.
ried1 at Ctross lHondls Church on Moni.
-Mr I. Je~sse Ellis w*ill please alccepJt
ourm thanks for a basket of dli ciouls ap
pies. Tlhey are e xce p' ltiabily tinie and1(
someI( are* very large. Thley are of dif..
Such, JI u t and Teder' Rind. We
have ai great nmny clever peopile suire.
-Tlhe Laie~is of the~ Baptist Clurebi
furnished refreshments in abimdane
on W'ednesday ilast. They were pat
$28.65 from dtinner's furnish ed. Their
tables were laden with the best, and1
everything done for the pleasure and
satlsfactionm of their patronms. TIhe Mvs
SENG~ER office return thanks for a
bountiful supply for all hands.
-Mrs. A. M. Russell will accept the
thanks of the entire oflice, for a large
waiter full of the nicest LaConte pears,
Iilie variety of peaches-very large
apples of the most delicious taste, and
aLlso the first grapes of the season,
which cannot be excelled, all from her
place. Shte cert ainly hats good taste iin
the selections of goodl fruits.
-Dr, J. . Q'1illian aid wLfe have
beeiatten ding District 4onf0-e*ce in
-On .last Saturday, the editor of
the MESSENGER, missed seeing the fa.
ces of those upon whom he would have
delighted to look. It was a whole teani
from Greenville, which was making
its way to the lovely town of Pickens.
The party was composed of Misses Li
die Byrd,'Esiei: Steele, Miriam Earle
and Mhtti Hillhouse, accompanied by
our well known fr1ends,. Walter Bari
and Arthur Morgan. They enlivened
Piekens with their presene and add.
ed iimnensely to the enjoyment. of ma.
ny of lits people and to the editor, too,
who had the pleasure of mneeting theni
there. Our friend Walter must accepi
many thanks from his' Pickens telends
for his great kindness, in Coming over
liimself, and bringing with him suci
fair and accomplished forms with wicit
to grace soCieity.
OWN BEY Bos. can sell you the bes(
llorse, Cattle and Chicken powadrs inl
the worl. july 25 tf
-Next Tuesday, 19th, the PrimaryN
electioli for Pickens County, coies off
Out of th number of candidates wh<
are in the ihl, we atiountced 38 whc
ran through, and 2 who withdre w, ma
king 40, and of thuatt number, 32 gav(
us 38,000 tickets to Iint upII) to (dlate
To all wNho favored us with their an.
no0uIeeUeits and tickets, we extent
orI tl:uk-, and vish they could all b<
-AttentioII is called to the advertise,
nent of H1. C. Mark, of GreenVille, or
our 7[h page. lie has resllri'eted hi.
bar, in basemnent under hIs store, o
fain stireet, anm inivites all in need o
puI( branldies, win1es, liqlulorS, &c.. es
pecially for teildical purposes, to Call o1
seni ini heir onlers, wvhiebl will b
l)iplv attendedl to. Ilis clerks 1r<
polite and at tent ive yoigugImen.
-Mr. J. W1. Pattillo, of Emor-v Col
bge. Oxford. Ga., is in Easley, 1repe
senting "'ran's Uarivale(l Family At
is of the World.'' We have examin
ed ti work. aw'i foulilt it. to be an ill
valual)ie book of reTerenee for the fai
11'. It is cha p, simple and complete1
Being 'of very recenlt (late it is very
useful. We commend the younug gen
tleemani to the courtesy anud pat ronag<
of the people-t;o w~hom the Atlas wvil
.pove usef41 i and inostrucetive.
---Only~ 5 cents a glas~s for Ice eoh
Sodla Water at OWNnf'Y BRos. ju 25t
-T-lhe lprotracted meet ing mtenitionl.
ed1 by us in our last: issue, camne to y
chose on Suniday -night last, with 11
memberxqs added to its lis, 17 of whioir
were taptized on Sunuday nmning
which speauks well for the r'eligiomu
character of our little town, and1 w(
learn that several more are expectedl t(
join at the next regular meeting. h
baptrzing wvas largely attenided, anc
was one of solemnity andc good feeling
May God give them grace suflelienit t(
b~ear thiem upj ini this new life, and~ may3
they never hav ~.e catuse to regret the
st.ep thu1s takeni. Thle pastorRev. ID
W. IHiott was5 ably assiste in111 the meiet
ing by Rev. Mr. Mendenhall. of Green.
ville, who habored faithfully.
A Tr'ibu1te to t he memory of Mr's.
MAUQIm HowARD, wife of Mr. J. N.
Hlowar'd, who died July 20th, 18841.
While animiated with life's brighest
hopes andl highest aspirations, this lov
ing wife, friend and mother, fell into
11er b)ody now rests in1 the tong'ueless
silen)ce of the dreamless dust; but the
record of her virtuous life will live ini
he memory of those sh oved-m torc
er. Time cannot efface it, neIther can
the relentless hand of death destroy
The symmetrical beatity, andlovell
ness of her character, was known and
appreciated by all with whom she asso
elated. The exprdison of her face
portrayed the af'able pirit which dom
.1nated all the affections of her inmost
soul. Indeed, lir genial smiles were a
flame of imortal life, adding to the
blessedness and warmth of human love.
Imperceptibly, silently, yet sinrely and
richly,her infduence lqavened aiqd tem
pered' the social sphere of tlose inti
inately connected with he'; light
streamed from her beneticlent nature
in numberless, unseen rays., filling the
moral atmosphere In which'she noved
with a bland and healing glory, more
pure than the sishine of the fairest,
serenest day.' In all het social rela
tio~ns she ever mianifested a desire to
make those happy aroundt her, and
were every one upon whom she bestow
ed an act ot kindtiess to plant a flower
beside her grave there would "spring
up aroun( that sacred mound, a gar
dlen of beauty which would shed its fra
grance upon the surrounding slopes
For the short space of fifteen yea's,
she, and her now desolate andI bereav
ed hisband, wallied hand in hand, Col
genially ut-ited iW all their sentiments,
enjoying the sublime beauties of this
world, its mountains and its valleys, it..
spring of leaf and bud, its summer
shales and inurmuring .treams. Dur
ing these happy years he caressed her,
as a splendid flowcr, while she inl rv
tnm1, filled his life with the pewfuimte of
love and0 .ioy. Loyal to the cause of
trut1, faithful to all tle domestic Inter
ents, of her much loved home, un1itirin!"
in ail tie (uties of her maternal reia
tionship, tki pure woman filled well
her plce in life. aind has entered 11pon
that higher state of being, where she
may enjoy the glerlous fruits of umin -
terrujted peace an(l happiness.
- II ,NIEAL.
Married, at the residence of the fa -
ther of tle bride, August 5th, by Rev.
S. A. Gai-y, Mr. Jo1NSM.rf and Misk
LOU LANDRIrJH, 1ll of Anderson Co.
ANDERSON MILITARY SCHOOL
.AIW DaIRSON, s_ ..
EGINS Sept. 1st. Tuition $16 to
. $36 per year. Germian and French
each $10 per year. Board, includino.
fuel, $12 per month. For a c.italogue
address IaIGo & REED, A Indel'orso.
S- C . aug(~15 um
Of Final Settlement & Discharge.
NOTicE is hereby given that we
will apply to J. H. NEWTON,
ddeof P.robate, oul Saturidayv, Sep..
tembher 13th, for Fintal Settlement alin I
Dischairge, of then Est ate of St erling 11.
TurnerH, d.eceased. T. J. TIURNER.
J. S. LATHIEM,
augw 1 5 4t E xecutors .
DO YOU KNOW
with Red T1inm T1ag; Rose Leaf Fine
Cut~ Chewing; I~av'y Cliypings, and
Black, Brown and yellow SNUFFS are
the best andl cheapes3t, quality conisidi
ered.1. aug 8 l~y
NOTICE us hereby given that my
iBLACK JA CK willibe atEasley
fromt 8 o'clock ont each Monday and all
thriough Tuesday. At Liberty on each
Saturday, andt a t my residence, niear 18
Mile,dur'ing the other part of the week,
beginmning at Easley on the 11th of
A ugust imst. All per'sonis interecedt
will please make a note of this.
J, W. McCLAM4AHAN.