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J. R. HAGOOD, Editor.
TIlE CYCLONE IN 11CK ENS.
Since printing our outsi(de pages,
we have learned more of the dis
asters. of the recel Cyclone. '.T'he
Rev. G. M. Simmon's outbuildiugs,
smoke house, corn crib, shuck
house,- &e., were wrecked. Tlien
reachig Rev. A. S. Whitmire's it
destroyed an unoccupied store
house, fencing, trees, &c. The
blacksmith shop of W. M. Jones
w as blown away, only leaving the
anvil where the shop once stood,
and an un IOCCuI)iCd h1ouse was car
rieid away. (Griflin '. Ilendricks
was next visited by the tornado.
An unoccupied tenant house was
torn into fragrments; the logs were
split and scattcrcd for more than
a mlile. Hlis haulds'ome cottag-e al
so fell a Jrey, and all his outhnil
ing-. amd a Iice young or1ch1ard.
All of his shee) wer killed 0r had-'
Iy cripled except. one Iamb ; there
were only 8 of hiis large flock of
chickensi to be found, and his corn,
foddeIr and shucks yer seattered
fur onle-fourth of' a mile. MI's
lHendricks and her childiren wercl
inl the4- 11use whel it was (lestroy
ed, but all escaped )unurt ; old
logs wort! taken fr-om their- bied1
111 caried awy. J. C. Alexan
wCre h-ft standing, but lis barns,
eurn eribs, kilchen ami all otheIr
lthilild ners we'e a wvrcek. Ile al
hols i., kitehenl furn-iture,. anld
a new'~ western w:grenm. w1ith irm).
axe.()aIly onek wh"tA l and one
ax!c er fou'(. afeIhe so m
The 'tor of ( . S. Foster & Bro.
waS -8ucik, and( their stab;les and~
som iiou butligst were n rooed
W.id Iae i btrnS, te able. e-tris
in:. 1 n tiu('i several c ices ofrom i:t
"untlion' J:h0.I1 )nett Freem n.
14a1e1 w 11h~ but( siig' h <bonuage.
A correspondem ofth(en
asTheri ta(k(of thi e ri le torni
wie S a nd i) t pasdtrog. i
j ayes:o --Two cier s e dto mid
astarig' in the ~ cen te it 1 h- olit
A :'ru itai nr n oI n h na y
t hing l eei we deot P8 h)J h
SubKscr(i*, I ben IIppy.frT
It gives us leasure to acknowl
edge the reception of Love's Rit
ornella, a I.roduction of the Musi-.
cal talent of Prof. F. Nichol$
Crouch, of Ciniiinnatti, and of M. r.
Arthur Uarvin, of Oakland, S. C.
Mr. G. 1). Newhall, of the New
hall Company of Cinennati,
which publishes the prodiuctions of
these talented gentlemen, has our
thanks for his kindness in sending
11 so hlne a specimiien of oli'ratory
music. This song is the index to
kind aid po1c lheart, and fully
excmplifies pure and inifi ential
chiaracters. These men are to be1
honored for what they have done,
and are doi(g for tleir native a111d
' .( Prf'.* Crouch is anl Englislunan111
by hirth., but whenl thle tivil wvar
brok e out he "left a lueirative pro
fession,'' took up arms with the
CoIfederate forces land was a
mebl1e r of the "tiehlmond 11owit
zers. His musi'.:ical tailent will
iever be forrottenH. lie was pres
e(t at the corolittioll of Queen Vic.
toria and I(lnt: his efli'ts to the
choir on that g1' ridn occasion. Air.
llarvin is a iative o)f noith a1i
I. aId resides at (hklald. inl Clar
endon coulity. WI hen the war
broke out lhe joined the armx-y aid
oughi'Xllt for le South from the he
.rinni1g of the war, to the end. Ile
is a t rue horl po t. Through phte
combl).inled effort(,. 'f these, gentle
men, A mer~ca i,4 grea t ly (vc-ord.
Long yet ay thty live to ''lend
iChiam.nient'' to t1eir pr)otessioni.
Til11ED 11 N EWA11S,
ia rely to our itialt a -t week.
1i.- ''N),\ily e -" nakes :t few 'nilun
: ni ~\(jt - ilings' ft the F o man for
hutis "net vai riiV eated liy pe,('tif ex kpsiv
of at exenv r ange~i : r ofetions ia ton
seh 1ie 'i' 0<1.Wel it a "var1 is
hie'h I y~ -t' aeem (inhav put in ait I workIi
It as Ih' we in e-d, f o s nt'oti S i) t. 1
hit~via ls i i'an 'we r V question t e rl? '
itmnien. l i a~ y'it allthrkus a aoldealn
f~irlt' ta : it int''imat'iig ih we 'pub
lih' tff'tttie '~. .stte et in regard to the
"uni-der. iut dfidnt wet m soe'I --smal tot
iu~sp m l (! her ' of our fr inis. W felt
'o si en~. .t in :i ~t he nit i er, ad dor siill.
f ouiwhr -the iheprt wereii ( nsbr orvii
'li fat h is 111 Iillfl ildl i i ie tO -.U
PIitin, (the y:"allviyo 0o the2. ou s
hat iui wthn applied to by Mr. Stew
art, gave Ilus aunthority.
Well, just so, but neighbor, 'why did
you niot, Say ats a prelui to the article
that ir, (- inform10ls. 11s', t&c..
I-d that would ha~ve.saved Mr. 'Stew
-t smie froutble, and all this "ninefho
ado abot nothing.'' The News"I
eems s:itoni.shed, andl "ipo1ken rn"
simIlply heemIse11.1 the Forema n wl routh
art ice inl queszti on. We do I no claiml )
to be anl editor nori do wve want to be
o001 iles aw \\. coulId make a hetter onei
ihan somlle of the pre-sent, day. A s f o I r
.a foremim wrting ediorial,we Canl in
lOi -tn the "News'' oil th point:
We have kntown A midny foremen to bI)(
oma ediotors a Ia ld proprietors too, ani
2,0od onles at thaft. Yes4, we ha.ve e-Nven
kiown comumon newspper(1 rerter (to
umake edi ao, :ni why t hie should not
0f 11uuil t Ll IAe ',Il FO I tif of t l e Ie I
~i~tt'i~ [fFor Thiie ie ten e
On Saturda Feb. tn the~ii Par
sonage Of the Anderson i Circuit S,.
C. I )i:,trict bee_ n le ihe centecr Of at
tailtion to a large portion of teit
conreation csebldat Fair
viewN churlch t) hol Quarterly (,ont
fe renIIc e. Th'le causew of attractionl
was the pounlng of the pastor and
Cfam)1il N .I(der the direction of the
fistelS of the churiieich. The moate
rials, consistingot f 1lour, hams, so
gar. coffee, rice, fish, n1n1 ed firuil t ,
&c., colleted for the orcasion, in
gr1eat alu'dance and variety, was
vey creditable to the kimI <2c.ors,
and alo tot theI I a ies 1 a I s. n I )() E
p etr viion T'hie pleasure oft'he o
Caion 111 as heighten(e(I by the fact
th4at the cont ri butor were n(Ofot con
finled to the IIlelm nbersh ip of the
church, but friends far and( near.
\ied with each thaer in this mode
o f ('xp1)ress inIIg Ith cir k Ind( rega rd0 for
th l comfort el' tie pastor's t nily.
rcU eve, ameuted raor' $5. o
thtrei ithren.Ssteeien iteas
fravloo andaof the celse olliga
ervantFh gfrhrist 1i Ils oftrch.
oriinte w etil ; in the world
-Thei chintshbt are l1m goto g)ens
-Tihe, greatt pl',easu( rest often (
ree' ip)t for' su~bsciptlin, Job wor)k and~
advetrtisemienits for TIHE MEsSE~NGER
1st, wvihl l roime the t velvcing ag~enit for
IE9LTh frienlds of J. TYIER H ILL
respect fiuly ain ouInice hin as at canili
date for r'ecolnienidation by the Dem
o(rat( ie party' at tI next priniary elec
tion, for the appointientas Treasuirer
of Pivk.IIs (ouit y. fe)22-t'd*
1T1M'Phe friends of JAS K. KIRK.
SEV respectful ly anntoun oce him as 'a
c'n1d)(idt'ate for. rIeCOoIlnetlaltion, by the
)einoeiratic paly at the ne('Ct primlary
(lectioi for appo itmt Is treasrer
of Pic(kels couin y. feb 22-td*
The Iany frinds of ELIAS E.
MIAULDIN res'pectfully tannounce his
n1:line :s :a caiioodidat for SherifY of
Pickens conv,.at the ensning - elec
tioni, sulbject to 1tio) of the Demo
erat ic ( onlventio.n. I . feb 1-td
'lThe 'numerouls friends of 0. L.
DURANT respeetfully annonnee his
ille s a Cllidate fot re-election) to
the oflire of Sehool C ommissioner of
Picki('s count ,'subject to Primary
'CIeconl. feb 8-d
1g, The many friends of ,J. .
CIA DE respect fullyv present his name.
to ih vters of Pickens county at Pri
niry election, for Ohe r-e-appo'intmlenlt
(f County Aulditr. feb 8- t d
M. F. ANsE.:L. .1. II. NE'WTON,
U'rr etrille. S. U. >ic,.ens S. C.
A NSEL & N1Ei1WTON,
A2ttorneys ati Lawzc
ICKENS C. TT. S. C.
N-) 29--t f
C. P. RUNION,
Ea'jSley, S. C.,
Still The Leader of Low P
AAS .MA NI(1'ENT LINE
.i1-t re eived. Whil stopping it) Ea'
ley, do 't fail to ('all oil himti, aInld h
wlil s1 vou at prices to suit the cl( )i:
TImI1. ie i also t h Agent for tl
l Pi11i grade
SEA UOWL GUANO,
sol ved BIone Acid Phios
pha~te and Pixmiumi G~uano.
G;ive hhnii a tr'ial 01n the Sea Fow!
(GUAdN(UOl nd mke a bale' of co)tton to
I hie aere.
C. P. IHUNION.