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LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS.
--Onr readers w1il overlook typo
graplical and other errors In this issue
---T'he Methodist protracte eneting
.at this place closed quietly ou Sunday
-Coirt for Pick'ms Couity con
-Ven4es on Monday next, Judge Aldrich
-One or two good Cotton buyers
could do welb in Easley the -coming
-Dr. J. F. Bruce has a good young
'horse for sale. Call on hin and get a
-Mr. John T. Gossett, was married
on Wedlesday 2ast, to Miss Chapmian.
'We congratulate himt-.
-Our P. M. his had the front of his
offle painted re(d, and it will be neat
-Atention is called to the advertise
mnent of lindgens & Bowen, Insurance
*Agets. Ha.v. your property insured.
-The'Town Counicil of tis place,
on Monday night. elected A. W. Fol
relr Cotton Weigber Lfor the c1om)ilg
-Rev. D. 0. Freemxan is cnductin
a protracted. meeting at Rock Spriing
C"lireh. Twenty-five persons hav
conneocted thenli-Olves; 4 Avth the Okureb.
-We 'are indebted to Mrs. Emma
[niliglt for somlle of the Uhnest; app!es
t hat ha ve hc brou)ght to (tr sanet lia
-The weather is very windy, diry
ourd hot, throuighoult the day, with cool
ights. Rain would be very accepta
-Prof. J. A. Rives, who spent the
Suuner imoinths In Ea' ley, left us on
Tuesday morning lot his ho0m) inl
-Dr' J. F. Bruc-e paid A ndersn)
CDointy a visit lasr. Sutnday. He r(
ports tlhe4 crops good genet ally, an0d 1th
girls pretty, parti iarly.
-Johi liradley was arreted h
.Shezrif Matilubin on Saturday last., andl
eired to give bowl bef51oe .Tstie
)s"et t f1r his appearance at Court for
-sIks Lidlie RI.1pillsonl returne1 ti
Greenvile on Tuesdiay last, to resumet
Iert sti1(les ill the Greenvillu Femi ale
College. She will be mual missed in
--See sma1ll a lv(tA.;ciam)ts o' Col.
Ter,"' and "F ".o & Sale. one T wo IforleI
buggy and Iharness." Itead andt con,.
fer'i with him or either of his agent ts.
-We nIotice from the 'Girenvillhe
Un~ily News' that hatcon fell I cent on
t he potund ini thaft eity onl Tuesday,withi
a pr'ospect of a~ st ill grater red net ion.
Well1 let her falJ,we can stand it.
-As aunmouinced, Rev. W. It. Kir'ton,
.Pastor of thie Methodist Chi urch in this
pl)1ace, preached on) Sun tday a fternoon
last, a sermfoni on Hapjtisnm. Thie house
was well filledI, an d1 though the services
wer'e longer thani usual, thle cougrega
Dicm were attentive to the close.
--Read car'efully the adlvertisemkeut
.of the Baltimore Clothing lousJ,
Greenville, S. (., and when yon want
A neat, Ane and cheap suit of clothbes
call on them and you will find the
goods you want with polite anml atten
tive gentflenmn to wait on you.
-We omlitted to mletioni last week
that Mr. Elf. Knighmt had arrived from~
Atlanta very sick, and had stopped
with his brother, Mr'. W- Thad K~night,
wher'e he was wvel taken care of.
Buit we ar'e gladl to notice that he is
again able to be on our streets.
---What ls the matter' with the cows
and hens, in our community? For the
past 3 or 4 weeks it has been a hard
mnatter' to got a 'poundo of batter'01 r.g
dozen egsin Easley. Those having
any uchcoldfnodities' onl hand, wvill
find a ready salt for themi now. B ring
-Our thanks are exten)ded to Mr.
Lottis Weilenke for a' nice buoket of I
fiite grapes Qf the Ioneds-d variety,
They were tho largest we have had tilis
season, and of the'moft delloits lavor.
He has a large quantity on hand, we
--The follwing Is the resit of the
Municipal election.held at Williaumston
the other day. 1. C. Dacus, Intendlant;
A. F. Wilburn, R. A. Gray, A. J Sur
ratt an(d J. J. Cooley, War(dens. Only
68 votes were polled and little interest
-We regret to record the severe ill
ness of a little son of Mr. John M. Barr,
aMl extend him our sympathles in the
afflictions he has lately had inl the way
of sickness, his household not being
claVA of sickness, with sume of the inm
ily, for over two months4phst. .
-Out farmers ahoul( call at Mr.
John R. Phillip's shop and see a now
Patent he is getting u1p, called ' Philip's
Pickens CoInty Sulky Plow.' It gives
signs of beating anything yet ot?. le
is certaimly a genius, and we wish we
could explain inl our columns the plans
of his new Pate)t.
- -Our Ol baceli~or friend, G. W.
Bo wen,we are glad to learn.will return
to Easle3 this Fall, and will be in his
old (uiarters, with 11udge1s & Midgenis.
We feel sure now that sotne of oolr bean.
tiful fendtinc faces will again brighten
11p, and Wear theiSr fornme11,j swveet
-Miss Nina Mayfield, aged [4 years,
.n(l sister of Mr. w. 1). Matield, of
G4 reenville, diie( at her residence near
Marietta,no) Satiurday evening last, and
was buried in the family burving
g'ouind on Sunlday. She was a i'ble
youinE blirty, and will bc missed by h.-r
large circle of frienls. I
Found I Fotnd ! I -A tloou)h-bre
ilartgaiin; hig.ht, woi"ht an.1 color as
yet not know. an wers to the n'me of
"Noneuch.'' Aniyon-l eunm get it by I
ealluing at A. M. I.miwOns Finitie .
-Our friend Mr. J. M. Philips, wI
r('eltly Openled a blaekonlith bsi)) in I
Easley is doing a ue bu in.s. lie i I
a l a Well calculated to (1;? work at L
once. and well. Give him voor work
an(l see how vell he e: dN) it for vo't. C
IHis sho~p is ne1ar the(dp!t j~d -1'i
-Ve hive a very interesting com
unm11ica..tionl from -,T. uI. R, " wich11 we
are again Compelle(d to postpole, :i's its
length will not adinit. W againi a.k
oAllr cr'respotidelts to write short arti
els, s our 1pace is litnited . We are a
rilo Compelled to lay over until next t
week "Ucle Ned'' and '-L A. B."
-Read~ cairefullys the advert iisemen ut
to be found on this pa1ge, of Messrs. WV.
Hi. liryanut & Co. TJhey have a fr-es
supply of goods, such as ther prioose'
to ker.p, and [ lamp)knowsecxaetly how (
to wait. on you to please, :111( is alwaiys 3
at his jios. 'iThey will tiot he unther- f'
.301l. GJive themI a (call before b'uin
elsewhere. - - I
-Wec now~ have' a ftull-leagedl Hir.
tiess shop inl ihe buIihlIing op'posite the~
Depot, fonryoccupied by Mr A. S.
Sad ier, as a t in-shiop. T1hue'Propr'ieto
'U. F. Romnare, comles well reCcommtendl
edl, whtich is prioven by specimencus of his
-In passing the Fturnitutre House r'e
cetntly, I noticd atn immellnse line of
Furnitur'e, gracing t he street withI its
ar'tistic prlesence, an be1 fore~ we (oul
questiton the Pr'toprietor, his voice get
(ed our ear~s with, 'elected. ''LEh!"'yes,
eleted to sell you Furntiitre cheaper'
thani the checapest--ini fact, elected as
4eivryodo's true( harigain...gi vin can
-Miss Minnuie Howar'd, we ate glad
to see has r'etturined hiomie after' severe'l
(lays visit. to0 her relatives and~ friends in
Greentville city andl~ county. Sihe has
ailmost enutar'-ly recoveed from he2r se
v'ere spell of siektiess. We are also
gladl to report that the wife atnd son of
Mr. J. S. la tlrhn3 are able again to be
.ipl and( out. And that Mis. R. K..11111
is rnch better than she was last week,
ando ai f-r way to ..(:y~
-Those in need of a. first-class $ew
ng Maohhie can find the same by pur
3hasing the Remington. Gtuaranteed
o give satisfaction. Read advertise
ment on 6th page.
----The "Cotton Plant," published
monthly, at Marlon C.. It., S. C. Is
Ahe only Journalitnblished in the tate
lxclusively i the Interests of the Far
iners and Maritifacturers, &c., 8 pages,
rnd only 60 cents per year. The Oc
bober nunber will contain the greit
speech of lion. 4 George D. Tillnan, on
-Terracing at(l the COlcivattlon of the
Cow pea, Rye and Vetch as Mantre
nd Forag6,'f&c. Subscribe At Once.
-We have rec8ived, through the
kidness of Rev. W. A. Betts, "An
[Iistorlcal Outline of Green ville Cir
uilt. S. W. Conf., M. E. Church-South,
by Rev. Samnel M. Green, at the re
liest of the 2nd Quarterly Conference
1.83."1 This pamphlet contains 10
pages, neatly printe.d by Messrs. hfoyt
Keys, of Greenville. and is very ia
'ere.;ing and instrtictive. It gives a
omlhl)ete history of every church in the
airettit, wheni founded, membership &c.
Every ineber of the Methodist (hurch
n1 the Circuit, or elsewhere, Sltll.d
lave a copy.
-Th- secon'd Primn:i'y clet lon came
)T in Adtlerzon oil Friday last. resuilt
ng a's follows:' For Sheriff-W L
Bol1t, by 290 majority over Mc~onnell.
For Sehool Coinsiskzioner - J G (link
cales. 1749. against 1565 for To(.
o ~ 0 iit yi Comisio ,r- Jo.ntIa1: Jamne
:on, A 0 Norris auiu W J Robinsz. re
pectivelv, 1932, 1858 aml 1782,
gainst G ilmer 883, Bailv 1 10'skew
189. Treatrer--W II Frierson,
800, against W F Cx. 1500.
-0m. Inerchuants are beginiling to
-C~eeve their Fall ald Winter goods,
Lit d inl a few flays can sh>w the citi
:'Ous of Piekeuns County one of largest
tocki of goods ever brouglit to Easley,
l schoiws t. they aut icipate a
arger I radle from the farmers thani us
1, ntvirlistanling the growl and
reitnble of "Let Her Roll," i ii k Com
nunication to be found on another
)a re. ie wotul Iave those who do
lot knUo'w anly better to believe that
he rop prospects for thi Co'inty are
taiped w11ith sItarvation). while reports
ome)k! from all I overI the ('omity, where
rops Lave been worked, of a folu--tlfth
rop, and al1 seemil iln good spirits.
A WVIFE's TFIroUa11v.'fNiss.
I haveni't sen your pet dlg for ever -
1 d uys,' said a huOb:hnI to his wife.
No,' she Irepllied, 'I have givcn lim
Way.' 'Why yoi nueednlz't have done
hat, I 11.l Io objections to him.' 'Oh
know that, but1 1. ldint thmz~k it right
0 have a peCt (dog whenC I have stieh a
leuar, good1, kiil hush-u ni to lavish my
fleet ions upon.' Th'Ie hob-u~i sank
nlto his chair, and sigh ul' pitifully,
leew his p)ockt-book, 'dow mnuich do
'oi wdant?' 1he sadly 5:aid, 'sutrely i
ini't be a sealokini coat, for the winuter
n iearly over.' 'No, she saiid ha r eyes
ighting withi pleasure at the sight' of
he~ mfoney, '1 want yotu to tell W~est
norelandl Bruos. to seind me halhf-a-doz,.
>ol~tles of Calisaya ~ T'oie .' ie comi
>lied wit h alacriry and~ saw the d vspep)
in wit h whuich his wife suitlered givec
>lace to the glow of health.
sept 12 i1.
A meeting.of several days wa':s closed
mt lTuesdaly at Mt. Pisgah 4 Churchi in
tIder'son1 Cotunty. it was the privil
ege of the writer' to assist the pastor
Rev. J. WV. litutcints), ini the meeCttino-'.
L'he Church seemedl to be greatly re
rivedl and( have takeni a new start for
;he bet ter l~la(d. Received muemb)ers as
o1llow. One restor'ed, 4 hv let ter, and
2 1 by experience. Tue'ay morinoi
;he pastor and1( thle writer C. (e dowvn in
,o the wvater the happy converts, and1(
uried them ith Christ by BaptismI1
which so beatifully symblolized t2n.
leath, burial and resutrrectionu of onc
>lessedt Savior. The scene was beatuti
ain wae large antd attenltive. May
.od blss anud cont1 in nie to prospern bothb
p~astor atul( people in iheir work of la
bor andc love. 1). v. lIuroT
A good TANNER to run a esuall
ranyard, and to take an interest
In the business. No capital re
guired. J. E. HGAooon.
sep 12 2t
O NE Two-horse Buggy .and Har
ness, with shafts also, good as
ne w; N111 sell on time. Apply to P
McD Alexander or W M Hiagood, or
myself. - J E IAGOOn.
sept 12 2t
New Store ! New Goods!
W. H. BRYANT &' CO.,
EAgley, S. C., lst'door W. of P. 0.,
AND BUY YOUR
Bacon, Lard, Fish, Salt, Flour,
Meal, Pearl Grits, Rice, Sugar, Cof
fee, Syrup, Molasses, Starch, Can -
dies, Cheese, Crackers, Oranges,
Candies, Canned goods, Tobacco,
Cigars, Pepper, Spices, Ginger,
Flavoring Extracts, Indigo, Mad
(der, Borax, lumn, Salts, and all
kinds of Staple and Fancy Grocer
6" Carhart'ls Lillian"
All at "Rook Bottom '' prices, for
Cash or Barter.
W. 1H. 3RYANT & CO.
"NOTHING SUCCE EDS IKE SU(.
Energy, Experience and Hard Cash
Win Once More.
The Grant Success of The Season !
CallI and se forv yourself as it will
eertainl~y pa~y you.
IIALTIMORE (iA0TIIN (HOIUS E,
S. WV. (Cor. Mahi and( Wtashingt6n .+.
GRE~ENVILLE, S. C.
M. W ARREIN FORD, Mana1ge.r.
Sen) 12 1y