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LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS.
Legal Advertising. -Parties having
Legal advertisements to publish, are
reminded that there is no law govern
ing the matter, and guiardians, admin
istrators, executors and others. can
have their printing done at any office
they may designate. &"- As TiE
MEsSENGER off'ers a mueh lower rate
for such work than has beeni the rule
heretofore in this section, those having
the interest of their" charre in mind,
will make a note of this fact.
-List of appointments for the An
derson Circuit of M. E. Church :
Fairview, 4th Sabbath in each month.
Harmony, 1st " " "
Smith's Chappel, 2d Sah. " 4
Savannah church, 3d Sab. "'
M. E. McKIssicK, P. c.
-We are having tuore rain accom
panied by wind.
--There is a great deal of sickness in
-The Gash affcair is eicating a great
-Mr. M. F. Ansel, of ihe Greenville
Bar, was in town on Tul Iirsday.
*---Al ( he131013uoementits of 11. A.
R"ichey for-SheriY inal( Laban Maulin
for School Coi m issioner.
-Thms far' we hive had Job wort.
fromn Atlanta, Westminister, Arnier-t
:-41n, l'iekenls, Easley and Greenrvliil.
Mrs.'. F'. Wait, was quite Sick dutr
ing last w(eek. bt we are gha to stta
that She is 11y agail.
--Before a. grent while we m:v (. x
e ttohear the rill" of tih. (capenter' Ic
b1 tnnm Ie r.
-Our streets wvele .alive with bli-i
1s on Monimy Ist . NAbout 51) 10on
(if W11an1 werle Sol.
(11lUMO CARH)S for
vcent . 'Whlress. .L10
T.K. '& V. E. lItm uJ, Ea!ley, S. C
-isE<-ie Russell hlas rturined
homlie after ml :Absenie of t wo or thrbee
we 1 a visit to rehl tI i in. i A I eIcr
-It is s t, ra I e t h W illie It. h e('InvIt
Sh-epyIX the oit hier niighit wvhien the Evo
t h' lit tO le ni Is~te W illiuuits, bot h,
bleing taken last ntight . We havpe they
will sooni re(overI a1gamin.
farmIters very limeth ini prepaI~rin1g their
ruinatI1lot or phating,. :nni fromi preset'i
S~tiel WV. lityson,. a form'1er' tows..
man of ouri.s paid E'.ai-ley a visit (I h I r
p- ri of I lhe wVeek. ie wa';s looking wol
mal! his fri&'msI were. "had i:lnleedl t o) se:
(ever'. I )oetors Gillihunmtitn I )r. IEarle
--M[i's Maryiv Cooley,~ aoged 25T year :'
Ea~sley', aft( i a .l[hot ihlness. She' wve a
w hto kniew her'. We ebxtAInd ont
sympaiutiesIO to the bereaved funii v.
-The wife of Mr. L. N. Taylor died
at bei residence near Carmel Church
on the 10th inst. She was a member of
the Methodist church. The wife of Mr
Benson Gilstrap, who lives a few miles
above Eisley, also died oi the 8th inst.
--'The industrious Johnnie N. has
not been represented recently in the
column1s of the MESSENGER. This week
we chronicle a painful accidient which
hlappened to him while using the iad
dock in the field the other day. Ile
is able to see his friends.
-Call on the MESSENGER OflCee and
be supplied with blank notes and liens,
.ud to get your Job work done. We
received another lot of stationery this
week from Atlaita. Cive us an order
for letter, note and bill heads. Get
your postals printed here.
--Pink Biassengaime colered was
irrested by constable C. T Martin on
WelIesday night last oil the Charge of
breahintg up a religions ineetino- a year
orl two ago. Ile was car'ried bifore
Tr'ial Jtictie .1. R. Gossett, convicted
Ti iE Ain)ucTox CASE FauOM WIL
hms prevailed in Gienville durinig 'the
hist few days, it volsse( Iquen c( of t he
allegened abductiol Of Miss Hinal JoI
son,. the fifteenl yeai- 0)(dI .. e
J. ). Johnson, of Willi:nn.ston,
Co or Fol, of I le C. & G. a
r Q1, 1h lrvingo comei 11p to r nv h
on his train, ma l afte h1 ~ ivlh
h i ng rgsteri h1 1.1 111me at Ilo ) I anI
-Io l 'I oise :I Mis "I lle Peo wer,%
que- . Also, orderd npper toi bex t
(1p to hier room ,:n ftr o<l cl
p:mIid Ihe iv'to Ihe ( Onper n I: , -
io nihingthe lmney t o pay forw th-o
I e lie w a rnresited ;I the i.stn
I her fter, he b vin' r11 ve 91) nextI
ing: was b for a prelimin
:I :n nin a. 1ti(o unil the you :In to
Iubld be bogh back fromiy ug--lia'
whe. it wlSUPPO'ed she ad gone. o
Itilrf her, h -;et'hike f of Ptilice re11 er
to Augu(sta, on Monday, nli on hi lr
tee i t t heJj)i~ l'ime?, liloe l u ni e o
.'omewh'v~atievi*us, bu eie hat ittlvgti''
Oihi1 .t m ls.o en td rei lyji to'
retrn.JI- wit himii wieb she4 ii Mon
Tuesday Ihi~ unrnig 'Jtstoing aviItlt~t her
homeui its i t. promis, o. gio up tof
*eevle o- i~n Wiedne hly to b prie
oulko wh'o etemed ' to esiranpeedy
dieSosl ofi th - aW lit'iiot Mi siaho
fhvin iven e aifato st
-Sotne of our citizens are to be com
mended for the noble work they have
lone In setting out a number of shade
1rces on the school house lot. They
will be needed some day to protect. t he
tiorde of scholars from the burning
rays of a Summner's btuu, whenl they
tre given recess.
-Maj. J. WV. 1Bloyd informed usoni
Wednesday last, that a 11na1 dog was
killed at the mill of Latham & Cleinenis
acar Pickens C. H1. The Matj. was
making his way to Easley, when he
maine it sight of the dog, and at his re
Iuest Mr. Clemens came out and shot
-Elford Mays weas arrested by U. S
Deputy Marshal A. W. Folger on Wed
ILesday last on a cbarge of perjitry, and
was landed ill the gulard house, until
the arrival of the 3:7 p. ti. train Thurs
Jay, w11i he was ca -ried to Green
Since the above was put inl type we
earn that h,, effected his escape from
ie gruard house Wednesday ight b3
altinlig a hole v brough it.
--Our young lighting Alinger A. T
Folger, who tips IIIh wire.s at Spartai
mranIg, :it) !!as inade himself quite pop
ilar, paid Ik plirents and friends inl
KlSley, a visit of one day last ,veek. I
te lookS natiural, but from his. short
tay it woill seenm that he has the
Spartaibulrg fever." We shll ex
>et, an in uvitatioll when it CollieS ol'.
Ey -t he-way. our edit or has t he same
ever*, aid hinks it a Iice coimtagioni,
.ut not rel Vly to Step otl as yet.
-'hIeves hIad bet ter look out. The
ecovr n\ hipping which one ( received
h:oItler daY Itt the hanids of one of
mr brave vouIg mIeInil, shi>ul be a
varnin'. to all votillifuthl particip.mits in
he crime (4 theft. And h -in hulhets
ly iig t hro..;lhi ;h :,Jr might yet find a
odg-emielt in Ihl body of sone. niht
>rowier. Our Post M.1aster is iot oil
y a goEod ietective (if Postollcec r-0l)-I
)eI-, btmI can see 1 boy wheni le is a
>OtO. to pay a visit to his chickent rost.
- A , yIit lgentk Ilan w\as here last week
rmi No)rth Cariohlina, prospe)ct.in g for
he estalhishmenit of a new paper.
somie of our buisiness men say anid be
ieve thait the t wo paipers here do) not1
aiirh ly)epreset all the buLstiess intei-j
'sIs oft the liCe, :ni lint, a pa'per is
ve andl widle-awvake.--Carolinia Spar
an. 12t hi inst.
-Certai n i rreglarities having
been charged against the postmas
eatAiken in the handling o h
mails, First Assistan t-Postmiaster
Gecneral M~ani has informed that
functionar~y tha.~t an exlanat ion is
uni( h lower'. Salhes for the wi eek --
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- AAO U.'A7.?WEA.Ts.
For School Commissioner.
Wk. The many friends of LABAN
MAULDIN think Ihin he man for thet
Willee, anni announce his name as a
Candihte for School Commissioner of
iekens county, suibjoet to the Primary
i'lect.iona. FRoM EASLEY.
pmT.Tle llnnewrou;s friends of 0. L.
UIRANT respect fully aimotne his
nmaune as a canndidate for re-electioni to
the otlee of School Commissioner of
Pickens county, Subject to Primarv
election . feb 8--t'd
IEg The many friends of It. A.
RIUAEY feeling that he would 1111 the
oillee satisfactorily, 1111111ce him as a
eanididate for Sheriff of Pickens coui
ty, subject, to the pniary election,
The many friends of ELIAS E.
MAULDIN respe.ctfuilly announcwe hi<
nam111e as a caididate for Sheritl' of
Pikkeis county, at the ensuiing elev
tion, subject to action of the Demo
erItiv Convention. feb 1-td
For County Treasurer.,
Thr friends of J. TYLER lHIL
respectfilly annoImee hin as a candi
date for recolleil(dationI by the Diem
oeratic part y at. the niext la imiI'ary clev
tion. for the appointient as Preas1irer
of I.ckens County. feb22-td*
nflihe friends of sJAS K. KIRK
SEY respect.fully announce him as a
camu ilidate for recolnInenldation, by thi'
Democratic paIrty at the next primiarV
elect ion, for "appoinitlielit as Treasurer
of P ickels count y. feb 22UP
For County Auditor,
U lThe many friends of J. 11
'I YID E respeI fully presen t. his nanme
to I hia volers of Pickens couintv at Pri
11:11y election, for the re-appo'lit mentI
of C'ouity Auditor. fel) 8--td
(+U A NO,
Is offered for Sale by
W. M. Hagood & Co.
At $35.00 per' Ton,
atyable Nov. 1 st.,
without Inter est.