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J. R. H AGOOD, Editor and Prop'r.
LOCAL AND COUN'!T MATTERS.
W. S. GREGORY, outr Foreman and
Piiblisher, is authorized to receive and
"eceipt for subscriptions, Job work and
a-lvertisements for THE MESSNNGER.
-We are having another cold stpell.
-ro (lay is Good Friday, and Sun
day is Easter.
-W. N. Payne, one of Centrals citi
zCns, was in town on Wednesday last.
-Candidates! Pass dei Williams
'round and 'keep 'er dancin.'
-W. M. Hagood is still improving
his beautiful place.
-Rev. V. If Kirton is not yet able
to be out.
-The Wizard Oil troupe did well
with their' sales at this place.
-MIr. II. C. Grady, of Pickens,call
ed inl onl Satulday last.
-J. W. Brimson will survey to-day,
the proposed new road to Pickens C.
--The dist illery of J. A. Stewart, in
the western part of the county, burned
dowin on Saturday iight last.
-Friend Richtey SAys he is elected.
A father of a second son he feels mich
-Joln Seely, builder of the large
cottoin factory in Newberry, is visiting
friends in Eailey for a few days.
-Cotton was selling in Greenville
(his week at from 11 to 111C. We
hope it may reach 15c.
-Snow is reported on Balsam Moun
tains, about forty miles from ireen
ville. The outlook for farmers are
-Little Maimtie, the sweet little
dtaughter of Nir. and Mrs. . A. Brown,
was (iite sick a portion of this week,
but we are glad to say is now better.
-Four more candidates to the front
his wveek, namely: W. B. Algood for
Treasurer, and A. B. Tally for County
Commissioner, P. l1 olber't Williams
and~ Maj. D. Grice for Auditor.
-The friends of Lewis R. Redmond
will be glad to learn that he has1 been
removed fr'om the Albany P~enitentia
ry to Columbia.
-We hadl a pleasant visit to Mr's.
Maulin's flower garden last Sunday.
She has it in elegant trim, and thie nlow
er's are doing nicely.
-We dlon't needI any Bill Arp or
Betsy IHamilton, as long as Peggy S.
favors us with her produLctions. See
her' communicat ion Ott the 1st page.
-We return many thanks to the
Call ienian Literary Society, of Pied
miont Institute, for an invitation to at
tend the Annual Enttertainment to be
givetn in the Chtapel to nightt.
--Mr. Daniel Cothran, an1 lerly
geintlemnan who lived near Major P. 0.
in Anderson county, (died on Monday
n igrht-last. lHe htad reachedl the mtature
atge of 93.-.
-We heard a promuinent nmn say
I he other (lay that Blaine and Lincolnt
would be the nominees for President
andI( Vice P.resident, of the Republican
P arty. It seemxs that TJilden andl len
(ricks wvill be thie Detmocr'atic nomi
-Listen! We have bought a part of
a new outfit for our office. Come along
and get your job work done. We will
have job ihk that cost us two dollars a
-Candidates, before election time
comes. have your tickets printed at the
MESSENGm Office, where it will be
done an neat and cheaper than any
where this side of Charleston,
LJ. T. Arnold, the Agent for the
MEssENGER, and also Agent for the
New Home Sewing machine, Is having
much success in both. tie deserves
the patronage of the community.
-"Uncle'' Ross 11111 was in town
on yesterday, and kept the people live
ly where he went. Wet or cold weath
er, wind and cyclones, neither one,
changes his manner. Ile is always
-Our citizens are still hauling guano
from town, and we venture to say that
there is the largest amount sold so far,
that has ever been sold iII this couity.
If the seasons fail, oir farmers will be
in a bad condition next fall.
-A daughter of Squire Johnson, who
lives 4 miles east of this place, had her
clothes to catch fire last week which
burned quite off of her. She was so
badly burned that she died in a day or
-Mrs. Velhenia Joties, the wife of
W. M. Jones, dicd at her hoIme near
PIumpkilntowl, O1 the 5th inst., an(i
was buried at Oolenoy. Rev. G. W.
Singltton and ot h'rs conducted the fI
-A seriois shootihg aTray occurred
at. Clarksville, near Mt. Airy, N. C.,
Tiesday night last.. A man by the
name of Ilowze, a bar-keeper, shot and
probably fatally woin(le(l a son of Dr.
P"hillips. Ilowze was arrested.
-Nineteen years ago on Vednesd ay
last, the Army of Northern Virginia
laid down its arm-, which Was virtial
ly the enld of the var, Ilot withstan(
ing I here were other battles fought in
other portioIs of the confederate States
after that date. Time flies.
-Mrs. Martha Jones, of Dacusville,
dlied att the homue or hxer fat her on the
3rd inst., of pneumonia. She leaves
a husband and four childlren to mourn
her loss. She was butricat at Peters
Creek, and the funleral ceremony was
conducted by Rev. Thomas Looper'.
-The election for Intendlant and~
Wvardens for the town of Pickens came
off on Monday last. 'There were two
tickets in the field and the result of t he
vote was as follows: (. W. Taylor 29,
0. L. Duirant 30, J. K. Kirkse'y 30. J.
(. Thom~pson 33 and J. F. Folger 28.
On tihe Other ticket C. E Robinson 2.4,
G. W. Earle 25, J. 11. G. McI)aniel 24,
W. II. A shmnore 23, and E. 1P. Taylor
-The finest h-i'es in Pickens coun
ty are those owned by P. Mc. D). Alex
andoer, of P.ickens, antd W. M. IIagoodl,
of Easley. Tin k of it, the Wizard Oil
horses have been to the larger towns of
the State, and~ after comning t o the small
town of Easle'y, -two of thiem were
picked uip by oneC of our citizens. Of
wvhat is this a sign? Easley is the place
to get youri mioney back. We wonder
if the editor will get many free rides?
-We return unmy 1)Ih anks to Mr
George IIndriek.e of (3i J, E. 11
good's new wheat mill, for 50lbs. of
flour. Col. Hagood has recently ad
ded this mill to his grist mill which is LI
three and a half miles above Pickens. a 4
Mr. Hendricks Is a worker and no ef- of
forts will be spared toward making this .tt
mill one of the best In the county. Theim
flour sent us is of the best qialit.y, and
shows what the mill, with its excellent
miller, can do. ric
-John H1. Bowen had on exhibition f"
'it this place Oin Saturday last, the Bow- P
en Sulky Plow. We dare say it, Is the l
best invention that has been made of a
plow, and the farmers would do well tic
to supply themselves. Capt. Boweln
received all order for one, from Mr.
Brown of Anderson C. 11. and it is
probabIe thAt Mr. BrownII will purchase i
-Of all th'e entertailnelits with ca
which Easley has ever been blessed, the PI
concerts given by t he Wizard Oil Com-.. i
pany were tie best. They were far in
advance of any entertainment ever giv
eLi within our incorporate lilmits. Lov
ers of nIsic lost a treat beyond aiy th
description we could give, and the vis- pj
it of this company will ever he remem- e
bered by those whose good pleasutre
it was to hear it perform. GOentle
meln, ladies and children all showed
their appreciation of the mic.4k by tuini
ing out en masse at both the morning P
amd evening conceit s. Oh! that it a
wiouild comne agrain. P
N A Election will be held i Eale
oi Monday, 21st of April, 1881,
for an intendant and four Wardens to
serve the enslinlg. year.
Managers of E lectioni :J. E. Roh
inson, A. M. Runion and C. T. Martin
By order of Council.
A. W. IlUDGENS, Intendant.
april 4 tf P
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-li1*.110 U.WCK K TS
For County Commissioner.
MYr 'Th1e mainy frienlA of A. B.
Talley respect fully announ ice him as a
(candidate for the oflice of Counntv Com
missioner for Piekens couity, v, 'ject. c
to the action of th! next primary elIe- tN
tion. apr 11 td*
For County Auditor, IN
rx The many friends of P.
Hiolbert William respect fulily an- .
niouncme him as a candidate for County Li
Auditor of liekens countity, sulbject to e
recommem111 lationi by the dem ocratic
party ini the niext primari~y elect ion.
aplr. 11 Ed.
se The many friends of Major
D). tARICE respectfully anntountce him i
as a c'andida1te for reconun~end~ationiby f
the democratic party at the enlsneing r'
primlar'y election to t he a ppoin t muent of I
Audit or. Maj . G riCe his eve r been a
wvorkingt Demiocrat; always to I h' front
in time of need; is in every way comnpe- O
tent; and~ has never asked an oflice of I
his people. apr. 11 td(. I'
SQL.. Thew many friends of J. B. ti
CLY lE resp~etflly p~resent his name
to the voters of Pickenis county at Pri
mary election, for the re-appointment L
of Couty Auditor. feb 8- t.(d w
For Przobaute .Iuudge. T'
ag ,lThe muany friends of J1. HI. t(
NEW i ON respectfully bring him for
ward as a cand~idate for re-election to
the (.filee of P robiate .J udge for P ick r
enis county, subject to the action of the
D~emocratic primary election. aprltd* 04
. PlWTh muany friends of ANDRIEW
R. HIAMITON respectfllyT bring for
ward'l )1 h isne as a candlidatec for the
olilce of Coroner of Pickenis county,
suibject to at Iiominiation by t he 1 )emo
cratic party in the~ next primary eleet- c
lonl. apr 4 iii 0
*V. Thve inmtnv frietns of j. J.
'WIS reSpectfully announe him as
andidate for re-election to the office
Clerk of Court for Pickenis county,
the next election, subject to a non
ition hv the Denocratic party.
apr 4 tdP
DO"- 'he maniy fikends of Maj. J. I.
'EWART, feeling that he will be the
rht man in the right plaec, respect
Ilv present hik naie to the voteris of
rekens county a a cniid(date for the
lee of Clerk of Court, subject to the
0ion of the Demohcratic primary elee
For School Commissioner.
. The ainny friends of LTABAN
AULDIN think him Che manl for the
Ilee, and ainnounce his name as i
n(lidate for School Commissionler of
ekens: coluty, sibject to the Primary
'etion. FROM EASLEY.
1.-he numerous friends of 0. 1.
URANT reswpeetfilly anno-ice Il
m0 -1s a cadtilidlate for re-election to
e ofileC of Sehool Conllilssioner of
eken-S COto)tyI , subject to Prhnnry
'etioni. feb 8-td
flS!' The many friems of W. N.
YNE respectfiully amioimee him a;
candidate for the oflice of SheritY of
ekeis colilty, at t h iext electioln.
bject to a 11o:-nination by the Diemo
atic party. apr 4 td*
rm. Thl many friemis of JAMEN
AM iLElR respectfully present his
mew, to the voters of Pickens couint.
a candidate for the offic of Sheriti'
bject to the action of the Democrat
rty inl the nlext Primary election.
apr 1 td*
16DX. The l:lmy friends of EARLE
, TA V LOlt respect fully bring forwar i
1 name101 as a Camiidate for the OIllee
Sheriff for Pickenis county, subject
the action of the Democratic par'vr
the next [primary election. apr 4 td
. 'The many friends of If. A.
ICHl Ev feeling that he woild l1l the
lice satisfactorily. lulnlllclle him as a
nldidate for Sheriff of biekens Colin
, slbject. to the prilary election.
cpA. 'le lmainy friends of ELTAS E.
A ULDIN respeet.ful ly annoince hi.
une aS a canldidate for SherifY of
ickenis (n'0111t y, at the ('ensuinIg' elee
~n, subjec~t to action) of tihe Dem~o
alic C'onveuntion. feb 1---d
For County Treasurer,
aiS The)( many friends of W. B.
lgood respect fully annilounice him asi
cinlidaite for the oflice of County
reasurie r of Picke ns con ity, subjecti
recommllend~atin by the De)mocratije
mrty' ini the next. pr~iury eletion).
apr. 11 td*
116 TIhie mny friends of P. 1),
UlmT'1ON respect fullly annIounIce is
uine as a cand1(idamte for Tfreasurer of
ickens county, at the enmsiing elee
rm. subject to the action of t he D~em..
'ratic partyv. apr 4 id
REA The many friends of J. IiL.
IAMt MA.JOR respe'ctfulhly bring for
aird his name as a candidate for re
>mmI~endationl to t he olic of (,ounmt v
reasurer of Piekens~ county, subjei.
the democloratime p)rimlar election.
mg.Th'le friends of J1. TYLER 11 I4h
'specltful 1ly anouni ce him as a candi
ite for recoInnnend1(ationm by the D~em
r'atic party at thme next, primnary el'c
m,..,for the app~jointmen~lt as T1reasumrer
Picekenis Countyv. feb 22--td*
6.T'he friends of JAS K. KIRK
EY:.res'peet fully annhmounce him as a
mdI(itet f-or reconnnenCIdation, by the
emocratice party at the niext p'riary
ectioni, for alppointlmnt as reasure'r~i
LPiekenls coutty. fob 22.>_oI