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[For the Messenger.
A Letter From Ohio.
SiH.:Rnwoo[), O.,Jiuly, 7, 1884.
Mit. EDrrou: Some kind friend
in your village has remembered me
hard enough to send me some cop
ies of your spicy paper, for which
I feel very grateful. Not an item
so far has passed unnoticed by my
scIntinizing eye. Even the adver
t.isements I enjoy reading, for ma
ny of the business men I well re
member, even though it is eight
ear's since I left Easlev for iny
home in Michigan. Wfien I left.
Easley little Mr. Glazener was the
Postmaster, and kept canudies, re
paire(l wat.lies and took photo
g.aiphis 61or those wNho so desired.
Thos. RuSell kept a generall
store oI th1e corner opposite the
dlepot. A.ndyI V WVatt and14 ItarveV
Richey kept )rovisios, &e.. with
Livery stable around the corner
Mrt. I Ioleomb kept on opposite cor
lier to Mr. Russell. M rs. G reen
done the iagl'eeaIble to t hose who,
felt inclined to eat at her thle. (.1
made my homue with her. ) Al. W.
Ford measurecld enlico) andI( gu1ano
to iseutoer. Fuirthercl up1 thle
street the Runion Brother's patient
lv showed groods to the curious
wholO cared nlot to buy. Isaac WX il
li ams fiollowed in the wake. TIIe
hotel vas maa:1'e1d by (' apt. Aloats
anI MIr. ('lye. I helieVe. O(ver t le
ra.ilr-oad Mr. 0. S. Hlolt Sold pea
nults and rope. I relleniil.er well :a
little ia bly Ile itallie of I Hill: we
were o'inno 1o till a 1,1ot race, bi,
We backed out. Dr. G(illiland kelpt
pills :11111 poison inl the other (n(
of1 tmyn. I )'. Quiillian 1 c Ine w1hiile
I was th ere. Dr. Folger. (pence to
Il is reuii ns ), i i ved out )nI is fa rM ;
I hd1 an invitation to a party
1 here one night: of' course I aecept
fal,1 and enm narc lallin. ill hiov
wvith the helle of the evelillg. buit
on Ifiould (it she bolonged to A.
Pk. N. Folger for keeps. I notice
inl your. pa'per the adovertisementil
of the (Ownhier BrIother's. Thmey
enlme ove.' from :Northi (:arolinma,~
andl wvorked at thle ( 'arpenter's
1irade. I h1\w4 P. A.'s pho(togr~aph
a nd think of t lhe hors often. M r.
I Aech muenided plo0w pinits and
otIher'wise worked in iron. 1).
Ireen was employed byx thle ijtyl
to arr~est thme wayVward'. I see Mr.
A. M. F~olger is P ost M aster. HeI
('. II1.: 1 r'memil .r him with thme
re(st ofI thme boys: I wouildI like very
fullueh to heair fronIi seine) of thbeni
Nowv pehaps) som11e oIf thme read
('rs o f this will wondler who ini t he
I~mnnd (f freedomu is t hat fromyn
WelI w1'ill say, in the f allI of 1 875
I drtopped'4 down inl Easley frm
M'ichig.an, and hung' ont mjy signl
( from Mris. (O~reen's front porchb).
Sin~ce leavi'ng I have finaullyv camne
t') a stop), at th i s p1lace. I amI now
han dli ng drmugs, watchles, cloecks,
wvall paper, books and a genieral
li ne of fanLcy notion-. Thme town
is on the Baltimore & Ohio R. R..i
andl~ y'our ime p11 1rited1 on thle 4fth
ariv~ed here t he 7th by~ fast mail.
Wheat is just being har'vested,
('rop) fair, other crops good ; veryv
<h-e :at ne1'Sent PrmImet ood
fo a general yield of all farm pro
lictS. We'ather fine, but co(o1
nights at present.
Sliervood is about 10 miles froni
the county-seat, (Defiance).
Tri'usting as your patrons read
Hiis they will remenher iln as
kinldlyN as I dto thin, Irman
most tIly IV yourP.s.
Diz. E. J.P -rr,.
UisIi.LwSoN.-A Cli fton girl who
Imarriedl a pool youing 1u1n 11anl
tlivh has inl conisequence been praet
icin1g doiestic dities lias lost faith
in the entire Social system. 'IIe
>Aler evenillg lier lh ushanld cUmtle
in at six o'clock to supper and
hiandedI her a paper felevl aind
'What, is it, <dear?' She sai~l, t-l
'A I ssuIra ne Ipoli Ocy n I Iie
la 1. il (g., fo r $1(),()()(.
'Why. lov(, you Ireadv have
111e. What (lill you wa it- w'ith an
'Vge I1 minI (t, I ate 1w o )iece(s of!
hat pIM y OU hail for. <liner.
BotO & Shoe M. ake
()ver Wa 1sh. Blowell's Ieef Y.larket
I F vollt alt Io 11M CV(Il4
.1ai08!. G H 'I'E ) N'/ L L II. y. ('t
.-Jos. W111 ET) anlhv your
floot s all 1ho1:14n14. t o ()1r.r ain
nara teeI perfect fits.
Uke pairing" hot h liv 1 ly. eb1e.n ply :nnd
prmlptlyv donle, for Cash,
)ee 21 12m
A~~ 1) R en _ -./0nts1
.ititILJ t' for poee'~( onv .i~enut (.
und reveive fr.(..e a I-ir box of 1(1
wh ich will helo vll yo m11 o 4e If onIe y
rig )enaway than anylet i els iltlhl*
r. .\Lof eit hrTuxsu d fs(rom
firQt hou ir. Tihe bro:l roi d i fortit
.-''Ite11h fciore ilf wmarke r ot. vsill)
-11'1. At ion af rev I, Tiaitti Co.,
Ai u ta. .\bliin. malv 23 IY
4' 10 tCE1 : ll . V; .
For Pobiit (;oate J111--e.
A."' The a n friends of .Alr.
IEN. 1 ). A IspectfuV rIIII(I lf lk l -n
nonit i s a (Uand(idat e for l' it oti nsro-t
.hr g (fo Pickens ( o nt y, :-bject to
ml ayon 16l 1t'd
Ugh ho iany frid(S of J. H
MN l TON re(eINfll re'ig him fo
ward1Cch m as a cntalidate for -eeto te
hofle of (~oat e (.lIudgS~e r f'ir
eikns Cotibt V5tCto the tiono ih
of(Iedocrttie priytion. apr~i~l*
Fori 27 utyComisioer
AgOrTnc friends of JAMES E.
BOl)1UGHS respectf uilly announce
him'as a Cndidate for Cointy Com
i is-sioUer of Piienls Coutt N, at, the
niext. ensuiting e(vectionl, sibject to a
nomination by the Demnoe rat ic party
at t he approaching primatry election.
IM') The anmy friends of .ohn 1.
Barr res pectfiully Inou ce his c~ame
a.s a candlidate for Coity Con mlissiotn
er for P"ickenls Coutnty. subjet to the
aetioni of the democratit prilmiary ee
tion.-may 9 td EASt1F;y.
AQi" 'T1he ma11ny fricills of Elias Day
respecr1filly annomice his iaie as a
candidate for ( 'Tmily Commissionr
for Piekenis (ot, ubect to the ac
tion of the Inext. demIiocratic primary,
electionl. may 9 td*
rj" The numv frietik of A. I.
Talley reSpetfIll v altlimoille him Is a
eIllidate for tue ofhi''e of Coimt * Com
inissioner fr f i'ckens emunt *, s ibject
to I he act ionl of th 110wx('t primln-y elec
t ion. I r1 t d*
For County Treasurer,
2&- The frievlis of Rev. B. S.
G A I N ES rs4'Spet fuIl ImIIo Ie himiII a
a1 candidate for recom ein ht111ionl hv thIe
hemooerativ party at tlwf appro)achingo.
prilul-v electi-on,. for appoiintmlent to:
t he" (1lice of TreaIurer of kPi-kens
'muntyv. ,illy v 8 Is f.
f&l" The 111:111 fr ien ofkI4 W. I.
Alhlgood n1eftfullynmoincme hilm 'Is
a C:iiadid:te for ;ti ()flicfe of (oitv
Treasumrer of 1-icken,- emn ty, suh1)ieet
o r4eonl 1tt ion by the D4I-rati
party inl thw ne.xtprm yel tin
U ' I mll many11v fril) of IP'). 1) .
:1aw N vA)1didate for Treasurer of
IPivl~els :llity t t he en)tieyee -
t ion. :-ubjecvt 1( Ow Im otion o)f 1t he Ih-m1-i
,wr-atie! part y. :1pr1 -1 td
nlfcq Thel~ mlany friend, (if ,J.WI.
LI A31 M JOlt re'peet full u bring for
w~nd Ik In t.n 1,. a1 4and(ida1te forl r--,
Traa-lrvr of Picken's etiuty. S1bjtiet
to) thw demo1e(ratic primiary eleetionl.
mar 2,--1 1*1
fleAh- frietnis of ,i.TLRHL
rvsjil tilly 1ni1nv him a. a calli
b1t0 for reCOn mbi't'ion by (he Demt
erati pla-ty at the i neNt primaryv ie
Pion. for Ow a ppoinlit as Tresurer
of JPiekelltiiz ('0 ItY. feb 22-t 1*
i7ra \\mfriendL'C ()f JAS K. KIRK.
SEYV resct-w fully announmilce himl as al
c1n'1didate forl1 r1e(' o tnem11dtio1, hv he
Dl Ieocralpar y t. helI~ n et pimary
eletinforVe ~fl appoint mats Treasurer
Ii':I'1l OIji vt'Sof Pikesinutykebs 22
For~s (aih~it o heoheo SchoolCo msinr
SieI)enea ae pau lthieto Pan
nounce~ '1liev J. C IIs SON (a U. li
d'l~tate for teheo School ('Cn-inroick
ens CounCtiy, sbject to te noiationo
ithe appmoracing~a'y p i)rimaryin
juntiii 2p0 td*td
flg''Te many friends of Rev.N
MG. W.I thigketon retfll foreeht
hfi ae, to1( arhinotersc hif Pnckesan
cityasaldate fo ihoo Cofficeou of ho
L'Cmmisseioner, subIje'ct to the action ofy
liiih fitendsI5 f'Capt. ofR. IL.
Li)sA respectfully anunmce hi sa
taniafrthe office of School Com --ro
issoeoickens countycto at they
election. fpr 18-td*
For County Auditor,
- The many friends of Major
D. RICE respeCtfully announce him
as a calldidate for recoilInena(Iftion by
the dlemocratic party at the ensucilg
prim:ry electioll to the appointment of
Auditor. Maj. Grice has ever been a
working Democrat.; always to the front.
In time of need; is inl every way comipe
tent.; anid has never asked an ofilce of
his people. apr. 11 id.
., The many friends of J. B.
(1LYDE respectfilly present his nanm.
to the voters of Pickens county' at Pri
mary election, for the re-appoiItimeut
of County Auditor. feb 8-t
YtP 'The nauy frienids of J. J.
LEWIIS respectfully n:1nounl)ce him -is
a calldidate for re-election to the ottlice
of Clerk of Court for Pickens county,
at tlie Iext election, suibject to a im.
ilnation by the Demnocratic parly.
apir 4 td*
MjWy- The Imanv friends of Maj. T. M.
STIWAR, feelinlg that. Ie will be the
right man inl the light place, respect
fully preseit hi; naiie to the voters of
Picken-s eoiunitv as a enuIlnidate for it
olice of Clerk of (_ourt, subjec t to the
action of the Demunoeratic prilmiary (elec
tionl. m r' -d
Forii II ()ns( Repr) esenItat ives.
Y%,T.TIIe noiny friends of Capt. JOI[N
II . liOW EN rI)espetfullly anounclmnee
him as a :ulid(tie for th'e Legislature
:11, he next clisiin .. Cltion, subject,
to):( aionlianatioi by Ihle Deinoe:itie par
t:it thle :l l lo:-llg I rimaryW olect loll.
pij" IN' W, the manY friends of J. c.
A le X n der, take pleasi re ill present ing
hits nlaine to tilie voters of l'ickens
('outi :as a canlidal0 for lepresenta
tive il tlie State Legislat ore, subject to
lie t ion (f I he primary cleet ioln.
'im 11411ne o f Mlr. Alexanider Is too
\v.ll kiown lo th ( people ofuron
tv h) ieod (olliilent, having once serv
ed il- ill t he staIe Legislht Ire wihI1
honor 1() himnself :litl coistiti(leCv.
Inay 9 1(d FRIEND)S.
JW J. '. oggs i Iespectflly an
ou01n1c0d a a e:i v1didlate for re-election
to ih lOw [ise (f Hepresentat ives, suh
.Ject () the ruiles of the deoclratie'
lun'tIY. mar 2 t1(
1f6JI Tlie 1:ll)v frielIs of Togh
31altidinl res' et filliy a inonilnee hii as
a o:aio, slia for f ore-lectioll to the ollice
of Sherill of Piekens County, at the
next. election. subject, t ) Iomliinut ion by
the democltic party . il-ir 2 tdl
26i6Y '['he niany fli endls of Ileury J[.
Lewis re~sp)etfully :ihmounce his nIioe
as a candoidIate for the otlice of Sheriti
'If ickens C'outyt, subi ject to I hie nex t
primalry elect in of tihe D emuocratie
part V. apr 25 td*
&f TLhe mlanyv friernds of W. N.
PA YNE respect fully annmotunce him aLs
a cn nhidiate for thle offlee of Sherifi of
Piekenis counlty, at t he niext electijon,
obiject to a tiomiation by the Demo-.
crii~c party. aJpr 4 td*~
ns Th'e mnany friends of JAMES
L. A MBLElR respect fully present his
name to the voters of Pickens county
as a candidlate for thme office oIf Sherifi,
subject to the actioni of tile DemOCratic
party inl the next prima ry election.
apr 4 td*~
Em. 'I'he mlanly fr'iendis of EARLE
P. T AYLOR respectfutlly brin~g forwvard
his name as a candidate for the of~ee
of Sheriff for Pickens county, subject
to the action of the Democratic pary
mi the next primar'y electioni. apr)I 4 td*
O!L TIhe maniy friends of H. A.
RICH EY feeling that he wVould~ fill thef
office satisfactorily, annmounlce him as a
candid~ate for Sheif f of Pickens con n-.
ty, subject to the primary election.
&&""TIhe many friends of ANDREW~
Rt. Ifiatmilton respectfully bring for-.
ward his namefl as a canlddate for the
office of Coroner of Pickens county,
sub1ject to 4 niomiination by the Demo
cratic party in the niext primary eleet
1011. apr A td