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Hurricane, 0, Eastatoe, 0, Pump
kintown, 0, Dacuoville, 0, X Plains,
1. Total, 49.
B. S. Gaines-Easley, 4, Liber
ty 13, Central 39, Pickens 9, Hur
rieane 4, Eastatoe 6, Pnmpkin
town 1: Dacusville 1, X Plains 1,
J. K. Krkscey-Easle3, 11; Liberty,
6; Central, 31; Pickens, 48, Hnrricane,
7; Eastatoe, 27, Pumpkintown, 10; Da
cusville, 7; X Plains, 0. Total, 147.
Easley Township-J. R. Gossett,
246; Liberty, S. D. Stewart; Hiurri
cane, J. A. McKee; Eastatoe, John T.
Lewis; Pumpkintown, V. S. Jones;
Pickens, J. B. Newberry; Central, B.
J. Johnston; Dacusville, J. T. Clil
Grand Total of votes cast at each
precinct: Easley, 470, Liberty, 167;
Central, 249; Pickens, 238; Hurricane,
137; Eastatoo 101; Pumpkintown, 151;
Dacusviile, 180; X Plains, 100.
Whole munber of votes cast. 1,793.
Qhe innlde OJLensenlfer.
LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS.
--Tn our County Ticket on 2d page,
it should read J. J. Hord instead of
.J. E. Boroughs, County Commr.
--The 19th has passed, and some
partics were malden h1appy.
-Reld the dtaictled account of the
election oin atotlier page.
-Mrs. R. A. Greer has been quite
sick in bed this week.
-Rev. W. II. Kirton preaches in t he
Methodist church next Sunday.
-Dr. J. W. Quillian is quite siek at
Ihi$ home inl the village.
-On the "Graind Rouinid'' we re
ceived 130 new 'tbsacribers.
--Our 8sbcrij)ptioni list is t large oit,
and they keep comning.
Thegranld old Demomracy of 1iek
ens turnedout inlgrea mIunibers (i
u'lesday, pol1ling a vote of 1 793.
-Col. D. Wyatt. Aiken, ion and
daughter. passed thliroigh our town ( )
Saturdhay last en route for Pieken.z.
-Miss Iattie CIary, who h:s been
visiting Easley, has reitruidi home,
leaving sad he-arts beiind
-Imilprvcllel its are St.ill gong on'
The building Inext to tihe 1Po4 OfXee
is being fixed up for a ntock oF good .
--Turnip seedsl, several kinds, at
OWNBE"Y BROS. july 25 Li
-Mr. M. Y. (Cary~ 8ays heC Cannot do
an11yth l u (rab grass., bt says he has
as f1ne a crop of apriiots als ever' grew.
-Mr'. J. S. Lathemn's wife and son,
arie still con fined to* thir~i beds from
-Col . J. E. IIagood aind miembers
of his family have gone to visit sum1
mer' resorts inl Northi Carolina.
-The Primary election comes off in
Anderson Cou nt~y to-day. No donhit
there will be0 some cls ra1c1ing.
-Miss SavillIa iHill is visiting relatives
in the county for a fewv days. May
she enjoy her' visit.
-WVe are compelledI to p)ostpone,
publlishing comuicion iou(f "Road(
H hand," iuntil next week.
-Dr. IE. 'Y. Sahnuon'F hlors~e anid
Cattle powdJerS, for sauic by O)wNBE1Y.
BROS. july 25 tt
--Mayor G igumill it, wife and fie nds,
left us on Thum~rsday, for a trip to Cme
sar's Head. We trust It may be a
-We ran up with a lot of clever
fellows oniour canvass. Accept otur
ti auks gedloeen fdr yo'ur kidness
---We are glad to report our Otreets
In a good condition with'the exception
of the dust. uthey have been worked
-Mr. R. A. Greer will accept many
thanks for a large watemelon. lie is
the first to favot .us with a melon. It
weighed 211 pounds.
-Send in your orders for job work.
We printed 40,000 tickets for the can
(Idates, and have received a good share
0f J06 work'since we.started.
Our friend Eugene Runion visited
Columbia last week, where he spent a
pleasant time and returned home on
-Mrs. Patton, and' Misses Payne,
Keith and Harrison, who have been
visiting Easley, after a pleasant visit
returned to their homes in (reenvlle.
-T0e MESSENCIER Is reajly popular.
A lady was heard to remark the other
day. that before she would do without
It she would sell her cow. Let others
OWNBEY BROS. can sell you the best
Horse, Cattle and Chicken powders in
the world. july 25 tf
-We Were Oisited on Wednesday by
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bostwick ami Miss
Eula Brown, of Atlanta. They didn't
find our offlee in a very neat conldition,
but. it was tiruly graced with their pes.
-Rev. Dewitt Bim-khiead, who dlid
such a good work in Anderson, beg:m
: series of tneetings In th Pr sbyte
rian church in Greenville, on Thlrs
dhyl night last.
-h1c foreman is indebted to Mrs
R. K. 11111; for a very linC water mel
on handed him while passing the o tier
day. It was .iscious.
-The "Greenville Ne ws' will plea-(
make the followiig corrvect ions.-- and ad
ditionI for Its. i1. A. Ricy for Sher
ifo. J. J. l.1o.rd folr thme third Connmiv %
Con)unll)ission ler, instead of J. A. Lesler
who was elected Coronier.
-Mr.' Mi. F'. Wilthuus gave us ane
collt of his wheat, crop last veeh.
wvhich we vill give to our reader. ie
umade (2.1 bsbels on i a-res, That Ls
a turnout l which will challenge ComIpai
isoln with mnybody's.
-Mir. W. II. Perry, one~ of our1 Subl
scribers at Prater, instead of telling us
a~ "fish story,'' t old us a true~ snake sto
ry last week. Hie killed 14 1Rauttle
snakes the ot her day, anmd what witll
our peo0ple think i of t hat.? The iy were
nearly3 as t hiek as c'an didates we rn 't
-The election)1 is over no andW~11 we
must insist~ on the roads being worked
out., .L.et the County Comumissioners
have' this done before "'fodder pulling
time.'' We have hear'd the question
disciused, but~ at present that (does not
better their condition. What we now
need is muanu al la hor'..
-It will be' seeni by reference to re
port of the Primary election that J.
Tiyler Hill, for Treasurer', .J. B. Clyde,
for Auditor, J. R. Uossett, for Trial'
Justice, and others, are' r'econuended
for flppointmuent b~y the GoQvernor .to
their respectivye ofliecs. See elective
tlcket undler Nitional and State ticket.
--The result of t he Oconee, eleciont
Is as f~oos. 1For1 the Senate, Binman;'
llouse of ReIprese aiatives, . TLay and
Doyle; P rob~at e Jud (ge, Lew is. School
Comnmissionoer. Wicklt. Cl2-k3 Crt.,
ler. Treasurer, Holleman. Auditor,
Smith. Coroner, Glbson. Another elee
tioi will have to be held for Sheriff
and two County Commissioners.
--Mr. R. R. Todd, of the " Anderson
Journal," paid our office a visit on
WednesdAy. our young friend and
brother, was looking well, and was in
good spirits. He is an old citizen of
Pickens county, having resided at
Pickens C. IT., for some time and
where he was connected with the
"Sentinel ." His present connection
is with one of our best exchanges.
-Our population increased flye in
the space of 4 days, week before last.
One to the family of Prof. Moore, two
to the family of Mr. W. H. Holcombe,
one to t he family of Rev. D. W. Mliott,
and one to the f-mily of Mr. C. T.
Martin. 'ley were not allowed to
vote, however, being too young.
-We record three cases, as reported
to . us, of genuine forgetfulness,
which occurre( dhuing 1 he IogrCss
of the protracted meetingat this place.
MC B. started from the church, accorn
pailied by a young lady, leaving his
hat belidu. Mr. E. D., walked 2 miles
nome, forgetting and leaving his horse.
liev- Mr. T.,acepted a seat in a buggy
withIi a iriend, forgetting that lie laud a
horse (m ha nid, tntil Ie laud seated
- - F. M. Citry will please nece)t
imiy thmiks for a kind in vit-ation to
at t en d a Jinuty glven 'ait th1 "Keowee
Hotel" on Wednesday night last. If
aly on watits to sped a spleasalit
timie, Seneca is one o( the places to vis
it, :un1whe N\11.one goes they~ .-hould al,
wayS sokp at thme "KVowe Ilotel," o'ne
of the est in the ul)-contlry. We
have trit'e(d it, amnd know hervlmeof we
speak. It receives a la1rge )a1troniage
a 0d e proprictors are tihe clever
est kiid of people.
--We rece(iV((l a notice last week to
tle e Cet taut the pu blisler of the
(Tharleston 'Weeklyv N ew.e," woumld
fun IIsh that paper to an y deiring it,
until .Januii y 1st. for fifty celts. It is
one of the best barains ever ofiered ili
journ1 allsmn.. It is pubiilished by the
same (compan~1y andt editedi by t h same
ellicient edlitoas as he dahilly " News and
C'ourier,' ' and we cana hea rt ily recoini
menid t heir paper to the public. Let
un of our people trf it awvhile. It
is otffered for~.the bene&fit of those es
pe~cially~ desiring~ to keep up withI the
--Ourm f-iend Mr. J. M .lPhilips, who
recently openied a blacksnith: shop inl
Easley is doiag a fine buiess.: ie is
a1 man well calculaited to do work mat
on1ce, and1 well. Give i im your. work
and see how well lae cana do it for vont.
is shop'Is near tihe dlepot. j uly 18 tf
-Mr. J. 1$. mith rprsta
he has a brood of Leghorn pullets
that weres hatched out on the 14th
off March last that are now laying
every day; Who can b~eat that,
hand who cap affprd to do without
such a breed of' ehickens?
-As we iveremitting in out' oillee on
TPhursday~ afnernon, in the thiuder'
stdrm we heard1 the lightning strike, ais
we supp~losed, thle railraoad. Butt upon
going up the street gfterward1s our at
tention wvas called to the telegraph of
flee. W~e vjslted it aind found, that the
ligrhtningr had h inyvnd hnano, with the
Mr. Cureton, was raised up from his
seat by the shock, and our friend,Jack
Swann was shocked, and very much
frightened by accident, and we learn
that a horse of Mr. Brazcale was killed
near Mr. E- S. Griffin's mill, 4 miles
above Easley. Mr. Brazeale was lead
ing his horse, when the lightning
struck a tree, glaneed and killed the
horse and knocked Mr. Brazeale to the
ground senseless, in which condition
it is thoughtl he remained for sometime.
-Only 5 cents a glass for Ice cold
Soda Water at OWNXBY BRoS. ju25tf
--The following, accompantiled with
a Tin Cup, which was received by the
sender four years ago, for receiving the
smallest iinmber of votes Ia the Coun
ty, (50), was handed us for publication,
al( the cul) may be found at this of
flee, subject to orders from the one en
title(d to it. Mr. Martin, while sym pa
thizing with the unfortunate - one, i.s
grlad to get rid of the cup. Ile says :
"1' was ever thus from childhood's h1om-1,
We've seen our fondest hopes take
V, never played the left,-hand bower
But I hat it was certain to be i lakei
wit h the right.
"Train sferred, with the Com)plilmeits
of C. T. Martin, to the canididate rVe
eeiving the smallest number of votQs
cast oi the 19th inst. May you hold
it with good grit and a firm faith in the
righteous decisions of the Democratie
party, as I have done for the last fou
years, until relievedl by some more 1i.
Tinkle. tinkle, little cup,
Hov I love to give yol Ip;
i'll let you PIss on to the rear
Without a sigh, groan. or tear.
[coIMMI7NICA T cD.]
lievival Meetinipi inl Pie(mlont' ,llp
M D.Yrou :By your reqiest I
will give your readers a short sketch of
the revivanl Imeetinugs in my eharge in
the Piedmotit Baptist Association, com
mencing vitli the -white Plains Chu1t-ch,
a ne0wly conistitulted Church in Ander
$0on County, on the ithl .July, which
cont inued ninW dlays. receivinig 17 miem
bers inito the ellowship) of the Church,
15 of the number by bapt im
[-also hield a 5 days meeting all Mouh..
Lain Springo Church,. commencing.Aim..
gust 3d, anid conitiued 45 (lays, receiv
mtg 6 miemnbers.
I1 also conunen~ced a meetingetut Flat,
Rock( Church, Pickens County, August
I9th, and( continueid until the 17th, amuil
received into fellowship 26 me'in'bers,
mnakinug a total of 49 new additions to
the three Churches. The most of
them have been baptized, but some are
waiin until the next regular meet
iiugs, .which will comumenice on next
Frliday, when we hope to i'(Peive oth,
ers, as we left many earnestly seeking
salvation, id the churches greatly re
vivedI. Each Church ha~s a good Sun..
day School, and some a regular pr1ayer
I w as greatly assistedl by thie church -
es and a young licensed minister, E.
A. Durham, of White LIains Church,
all of which I feel very thiankful for.
S. A. GAnY.
B EGINS Sept. 1st. TuitIon $16 to
$J 36 per year. German and1( Fr'ench
each .1,00-yer year. Boar'd ieluding
ful per month. For a caitalogue
adrsI Wo R-n f1'~ lIon,