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LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTER8.
-His IHonor Judge Aldrich passed
hlbrough on Stuiday last., en route for
Pickens, where lie is now sitting.
-Rev. S. A. Gary has a ile milch
cow fot sile. Butter la scarce, and this
ai a good chance for some one.
-Mr. W. 11. Nix paid Atlanta a vis
it this week. from where he replenished
his usual full stock of goods.
-15 pournts Brown Sugar for $1.00.
14 lbs Golden Sugar for $1.00.
Sept-19 tf. . C. P. R UmoN.
--Miss Eula Brown and Miss T. El
well graced our samettum on Thursday,
with their presence. Such visits are al
-See adyertisement of P. F. Roma
re, Ilerniess an( SaddlC Shop. Go an1d
patronize hin, us such an enterprise
has long been needed in Easley.
--See cert itleate of lIon. B. F.
Pcrry, of Greenville, in regard to t hef
virtues of ('alisaya Tonic. Who can
doubt when he speaks thus.
- Read chanlge of ad vertiieinent of
Iludjdens & IIndgens, and buy one of
"The 'Th mi lrrro vs." for I (Irrrow
ing ill your small 'grain. Tlhy are
-Capt. A. W. uindgens of the firm
of Iludgens & 1In[dgens, Is fully alive
ti) his biusines. Ile made a trip to At
hnta this week,and lie will sool be ble
to show new goods.
---The items from our correspondent
I'l," were Ireceived too late f r tijis i;
.cie. but they will appear next week.
Also, "Uncle Ned," and Miss --, of
-W. If. BRy'tNr & Co.. sell Sb
of good Coffee for $1.00. Also, 1-1lbW
Goblen C Sugar for $1.00.
--Miss 'T. Elwell, of Ninety-Six, s
visitling friends inl Easley, and looks as
bright and pleasant as ever. Mav she
enjoy her visit, wlicl we p hope my be
-Mr. S. A. Gary- reports 57 additions
o the thro Churiches in his eh-rrge,
(hiring the revfival meetins jus1t cloaed,
viz: Foumrteen by Lltter, ?orry by Bap
ismi, an d three rest ored.
-The first bile of new cot ton, weighm
ing 491 lbs. sold inl 0111 market on the
15th inst., by Mr. A. V. Gillespie, to
fr. C. P. Runioin, (otton b;uyer for
Export at 10 cents per poulid.
-Miss Pet. Partitlow, of Anderson
'ity, camne on a visit to I elatives and1(
friends ini ouri town last weak, and her
charming presence will be wvelcome~ as
long as semay remain.
-While in Gr'eenville last wveek we
called on Mr. E. B. Owens, and found
him at his post at F. WV. Poe & Co.'s,
where lwe is as polite and attentLive as
heart could wish, It is a pleasure to
rade with such a clever gentlemian.
-Onr readers will please excuLse us
for our limited number of locals this
.veck. It was our desire to give to
thiem thme presentment of the Grand! Ju..
r) . It is important andi initerestinug
-Mr. S II Brown called on us yester
dlay, and reports his crop to be fully an
average one, antd seems to be satisfied.
Others on his place (did not succeed so
well, not having worked their crops
properly as did Mr. Brown.
-Mr. L. A. Brown reports a bunch
of cr'ab g rass growing between two
rocks,on Maj, D' F. Bradley's place,
mieasuring 9 feet 1 inch across, and al
so a bunch of smnart weed that measur
ed 10 feet 6 inches across, and asks who
can beat that?
-Mrs. Casandy Rogers, died from
the effects of a stroke of Paralysis, at
her home near Enon Church, on Sat
urday last, an~d was buried on Sunday
at the above church, of which she wvas
a conssent member. She was beloved
byr all,and her sad dIeadh Is IreTt ted1 by
alwho knew hier, for none -new her
but to love her.
-Miss ida Rosamnoid, a couain
Mr. C. T- M rtin, b; visiting I
Easley at present. andls gladly we
cormed by her relatives and friend
She Is a charmitig and sociable youn
-Read carefully the new advertisi
nient of Messrs. Nix & Howard,aId s
what nice, cbenip goods they have, the
glve them a call, make a purchase an
)e happy' They will do just what the
tell you, "and (on't you forget it."
--In our notice last week that "on
or two good cotton buybrs coild d
well in Easley the coming season," wv
did not meapi that we had none, bu
wanted more. We h'it:e some livel
cotton buyers here among our mei
-We have received the Septembe
number of the "Manufactiaurers' Ile<
ovd,"' published monthly, at Baltimor<
Md., anIid devotell to the upbuildrlg c
Sout he'rn Man ufacturers, and the D<
velopment of the Material Resouirce
of the South. TrllIIty-two pages, pr'ic
$3 per year. We gladly X.
-We regret to leatu that one of (1b
little twin children of Mr. W. 11. Ho
co1. lied oin Saturday night last, an
Was I- 'd on Suinday by the sid - c
it itother, who only prtceded it a fe
weeks. It..im gone to join her in th
beatutiful land, where parting Is know
--The lawvyer in atttentidane utpo
t h Cou.rt. at PickenIs t his week are Col
Norton, Keiti, Venter. mi1 Maj. Det
diy, of Valhtall:a . Cols. Or6r an1d 1err
lion. M. F. A isel, Messrs. iryan, Ma:I
liehl, Juidge Cook atl Ma j. Symnmel
of Greenville, and Messrs. Mc rav
and Iarrett, of Spartan burg.
--It ii reaiIlly Consoling to know thu
soie! of our fairnImer frie(1is Sol goo
wheat in our nar-ket oi Wlednedh
last, at sev'nty-five cents per buSh -I,
thing t h*t. has not Occurred before fe
sCveral years inl the'Se par1ts, and froi
wihat. wo Can11 learn it was not. -I comlpti
sor'y sale eit her. Does that look liN
Miairvation or that proipecti for oti
rOPt)s are so gcomy?
-M iss Mary O'laields died on 1
10th inst near FIt Rtock lapt ist churel
whcre she had ben a cItelnt m11om1
her for about 10 yea rz. S leaves a
>hd Widowed Chrllistainl mothervi bowe
lown vith grief, wyho expect:i soonh t
ceet her ag:ii beyond the rinver
le, iml that sweet by-and-by. 'h
m1neral sarvices were Con(Iulcted o 11 th
lay following, by the pastor., Itev. S. A
-Mr. W. M. ILagood, of the fit
I W. M. laood C2o., ha returne
ruom New York . wher~ie he. carefad
eleCcted~ and1( bough t the' besit stock n
~oods ever bronght to Eausley. On at
.sont~t of theI. recet decline in goo(1s,(
which they r'ealit'e the full benefit, the
)ropose to sell cheaper' than ever' be
!ore. Look ouit for their necwadvertis4
rnent next issue.
-Our fr'iend Me'. .J. M. Philips, wht
iecentlyE op~enedt a blacksmtithi sht )1
E~asley is dloing a fine buisiness. lIt'
e man well cen ctlated t~o do work ai
>nee, and well. GIive him your wor!
tid see how well hie can (10'it for you
[1is shop is near the (depot. july igtI
EDIoiaoi MESSEN ER, T[he "Semnti
nel'" has a cotton stalk with 185 bol]
and squares, Mr. R. A. H~ester has on
with 323 and this is not an Isolate,
4talk, there being several of themi thai
will average 300. Th'is la t he Oziei
sotton and It will repay anyonie for th
trip to go and see it. IIL
-No remedy adv'ertisedl could r'eceiv
higher cotmmendation than iis best owe
Luponl Calisaya Tonic by the let ter' ap
SANs SOUCI, Sept. 2, 1884,
i'o West moreland & Bro.
Gentlemen-I most cor'dialy recoi
mend your Callsaya Tonie. For se1
aral years I have been trroubled wiL
indigestion and (dygseps'ia. Mv Aon:
Dr. hlext M. Perry, of Phiad'lphh!
who know'',? thef' intgr'edienit whiebl (Coni
L)ose your' TLonic, spoke invocably of il
>f In the comWre of two months past I
n have used four boltles, and ai entirely
I- relieved. Yrstraily, &c.,I
'. 11. F. PERRY.
g -In our last issue a charge was made
that our corespondent, "Let Her Roll,"
was "growling and grumbling" about
e the crops. Nothing' Insulting was
n neaut by the author of the local, and
d we believe thtt otir corespondent was
y sincere in his opinion regarding the
crops. There was a diterence of opin-I
e Ion and the writer of the local claims
o to be equally sincere ii that of his own.
e -We regret to learn that Mrs. Rhc
.t da Gregory, mother of our foreman,
y 'md grandmother of Mrs.Emma Knight
r- bf otur town, d(ied in Union on the nigh t
of Sept 5th, with hemorrhage of the
r imgs, dlying h 10 minutes after being
taken. She was abotit 65 years of age,
and was a consistent member of the
,f Baptist Church. She was beloved by
all who knew tier. She was buried by
s her husband aund her only daughter,
e who ha(l gone before her. She 1eaves
five sons and a host of relatives and
friends to mourni her saId and sudden
death; l'it she has gorne to rest.
-Why do we mouirn (leparting friends,
d Or shake at deatlh'.s alarms,
S'Tis but the voice that Jessus stmNd
To c.all thfem to his arms."2
coUirr AT PICKENS.
Tie following cases wer'e tried il the
Court of Sesslons, aI the atnexed
State vs. Noah IIendricks4. A-ssauilt
11(d Bat.tery-Gurilty; $50 fine. Paid.
Slate vs. Thos. Tierrell anld Francis
Y Jami.on. AduCIltCy-G1uiJty. Terrel 1 I
J year in l'enitcntia'ry, and Franci3 Jam
d( State vs. Martin folder and Jane
Burns, AduIltery-Gurilty; I year each
a in Penitent i ry.
r State vs. Joe 'erguson, Assault and
1 Haltery-Gutilty; 1 year in PeNnitAenitla
l r y . -0 . %
estate v*s. G. WY. F4,ar1le, Selling" -his
r key without Lic'nse-N-t gniit'y.
Sta-te vs. Wad lirby, B10-hry--Gil
ty; 3 yeas in Peiitenrtiary.
State vs. Edmunitnid trler, Bigamy -
n State ;:. Jaies Peek. found guilty
d lat termn of court anid sealed sentence
I tft. Sentence opened 1(1and read tin
ing defeidalit $50, or 6 month.. im
' prisomlient in Coluntyo %P ji.
e Order of the (Coutrt regmrding W'ooul
rack at Eailey. Serve Petitioi on I i
tenidanit of Easley, and on agent of At-I
lanta & Charlotte Air Line R. R.
P rese n m e nt o4Th e tG a nd~ J u ry S ep
Aftr te formal heaidinI(the followv
>f1 iug is~ the substance of the~' Oraul Jurv's
pr'eseinment for Flli T1erm of thre
a Court of Genrerai Se~Ssions for P'ickens
o ed t.he eouni'ty ofliotes and~ lind themnl in)
a good comdition and nneaithy kept. Tlhat
Sthey haive aso examtinedl reports of the
t Clierk a1tul Sheriff'handedl themII by I [is
k tionor Judge Aldrich, :iu ride4comInieand
thaLt th ey b-. appiroved. And they rne
fport t hat by a comminittee ih vy visited
'the poor' house arid find the paupers
Iwell catred for anrd farmn in good e oudi.
ion; an d ihey further report I hht they
bre visited the CJounity jail an rd find
sthat the prisoners are well cai-ed for
a and1 jaior doing his duty. It having
LI been reported to t h.e Grndl Juhv that
t the County Commrissionrers hadl paid
thre County Auditor more im he was
e en'titledl to. the jutry say:- -'We 11nid at
ter a thonrugh inivest igat ion that suchr
e' is not thle case, aind that they have only
LI ated('( in ac(cordanceW1' withi tihe law."
- IArnd the Grand Jury called the autc~n
tiotn (f Couty Comis'sioniers to thie
bad cond~itioni of pu~lhiC roads ina the
C2ounrty, a-nd recornnend thaiit thre same
. be put in good cond~ition as soon as
- prac ticable, :a ri roads wideneld where
hi necessaryv; also r'econinjend that, the.
County Commniissioniers look into ;lnd
seeCC that~ tihe :aut horiities of t hie Indoiio
-rated towns comly)jI with the~' l1w ais
The Grand Jury presented Clarinda
Gray in Punpkintown Township, and
James Peek, living in Central Town -
ship,for retailing spiritious liquors with
out license, giving in each instance the
names of several witnesses.
Graid Jury recommended that the
State Senator and members of the low
er House, use their influence to have
an act passed forbidding the deadening
of timber within reach of public roads:
also, an act making the office of Trial
Justice a salaried office; also, an act
making it a fine for retailing liquors in
towns the same as In the county; al
%o, an act forbiddIng the manufactur
iug of spliituous liguors In Pickens
County; also, called their atteution to
the Importance of havinga Stenograph
er for this Circuit; also, to the import
ance of having all poisonous Drugs,
labeled as such. 'The y further recom
mend that the Solicif6r be ordered to
prosecute such physiclans as have vio
lated the law in regard to prescription s
for spirituous liquiors. They further
call the attention of the County Com
missioners to the fact that the contract
for the drainage of, 18 Mile Creek had
not been complied with, and recom
miend that they attend .to the same at
once. Three prominent male citizen%
0f the County were presented for for
uication and adultery.
GRAND FALL OPENING
NIX & HOWARD'S,
EASLEY, S. C.,
of an endless variety of DRY
GOODS of every description-in
part 100 pieces of beautiful andf
choice prints to select from, and a
splendid litie of Worsteads.
17 yds. Standard Prints $1.
10 yds. Jeans for' q$1.
Men'g and Boys
HATS AND CAPS
from the best quality down to
Wool hats at 25 cents apiece. Jus.
think of' a man's hat for 250., btit
we have then and must sell them.
$1,300 WORTH O11
BOOTS AND SHOES
of every quality and price, fromt
the best makers, and so cheap that
uo one need go barefooted thi3 Fa! I
Ahways on hand a large Stock of
the best Groceries of all kinds,
Canned goods, &c. Crockery ware,.
Tinware, Hardware, Cutlery. Cot -
ton yarns, Segars, Trobacco-Smo -
king and Chxowing--Cigarettes,
etc., and in fact, ever'ything kept
in a first-class Dry Goods and
Grocery Store, an- itf you dlo not
see advertised what you want en
rjuire for it.
FANCY CANDIES A SPECIALTY.
Also, Envelopes anid writing paper'.
sep~t 19 8t
Ha~rniess Shop Of
P. F. ROMARE,
EASLEY, S. C.
llaving opened a Iharness and Re
pairing Shop, is now prepared to
do all work in the
IA RNESS AND) SADDLE
line that may be brought .to him.
on short no~tice, With satisfact ion,
both as to work and prices.
Give me a trial and bc c'onvinced.
Shop opposite Depot.
sent 19 If