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LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS.
-Oitton is begflung'to come in.
-Col. 3.. . Hagoodloft for Chatiles
t n on Tuesday aiight last.
-It has been sometime since we'had
-lee *cold Soda Wgter -st Own
bey Bros.. Sept. 36 i
-Our efiend Jehn W. Ni'kels was
the first resident ef our town to have a
bale of eotton -packed.
-Many railroad hands are busy lay
ing steel rails on the Air Line read In
-The commutiication of "Rover" Is
crowded out this week; and will appear
-Mrs. J. 1. Hester has been very
sick with fever for the past week. We
hope she may soon recover.
-Tobacco and Cigars cheap at Own
bey Bro. Sept. 26 tf
-Opertor A.. T. Folger has gone to
Atlanta, where he takes charge of an.
-Seven bales of cotton were sold
at this place during three days past at
Nk $0 $1.
-Rev. D. W. Mott, we 'regvet to
atate, has removed to .ls home in the
,country. lie was a good citizen, and
- .A -Job Lot of Crockery cheap at
Ownbey Bros. Sept. 26 tf
---The road Iietween Easley and
Pickens C. H1. via Bowen's, needi work.
Can''t Mr. Looper have it ptit in good
-Twelve Mile Camp Meeting cour
mences on Friday, October 3rd, and
will continue until the Wednesday fol-'
lowing- Begin to lay h-.your elhckens
-Br. J. W.. Quillian was 1very ill,
and conflued to his room duriig last
week with an abscess. But we are
glad to .learn that he Is up and out
-Owabey Bros., can @ell you a plug
of Tobacco for 5 eents. Sep 26-tt.
-A few packages of "Diamond
Dust," for.oleaming glass and polishing
illverware, brass, brittania, etc.. etc..,
for sale at -this oftlee. The best .polish
knownL. P'rice -15 cenito each, or two
for'25cents. Former price. 25 cents.
-Gol. Goward, our State Snperiu
tendient of Education, paid our townl
a visit this week.
-Mrs. A. D. Mesely, tke k1nd Pro
pr ietress of the 'Mountain View House'
h~as returned Irem Atlanta, whither she
wvent on a visit.
I1 Hidden-name Cards and a Fiue
~.Card Case for 20 Cents.
sep 26 tf TA. K. & V. E. HUDGENS.
-We omitted to mention last week
that Mr. and Mrs. Greer,,.of tlonea
Path, father and mother et our towns
zman, IL. A. Greer, were on a laslt .to
hin and family last week.. We were
glad to see themi In good healtht, and
hope they mna. oon come agai.
-The best road iin Sonth Carolina is
said to be the one leading from Pickens
'C. IL., out by Lathewn's Mfills .Inter-sec
*J;g the old Pickens road some distance
~yond that point, and which was gra
dd under the supervision of Mr. Frank
GIN NODO.-ggn6 -d Ownbey
Broa., will gin you rotton for the .20th
'at the Hiiggies & Mauldin 01d Stand.
~Saisaction guaranteed. Egging and
TVies cheap as the -cheaspest. Give ue a
-,Prof. Moore'e -dhooil is incasing
in the number di sdhlars. Let them
come.. Heis the man under whose in
tructlin the cdllen should'be placed.'
-The new advertisement eof Messrs.I
Stradley & Barr, of Greenville, came
toolate for thia issue, but will appear 1
next week. Do not fail t call on them p
and get bargains, as their stock is j
Ae, ,that of Zalftimore Clething
House was too 'late for a change this
-The following are the Commission
era of Election for Pickens County ap.
pointed by the Governor: State and
County, R. C. Bowen, W. B. Alligood,
Q. W.. Taylor. Federal, R. A. Child,
W. T. O'Dell, W. T. Bowen.
-Read the new advertisement of
Messrs W.. M. Hageod .& Co., and cull
on them and get as good bargains as
were ever offered in Easley.
-We publish elsewhere in our col
unins some .poetry from quite a young
lady friend In Greenville, who is mak
ink her first effort on poetry, and will
ne doubt Improve.
-Farmers, carry your Cotton to
Higgins & Ownbey Bros., and they will
gin it for the 20th. They also will buy
your Seed Cotton and pay you spot cash
delivered at the Gin, .r store of Own
bey Bros. Sept 26-tf
-Miss Pet Partilow, with her Grand
mother, Mrs. Robinson, left for their
home in Anderson on Saturday last, af
ter having spent a few days plelasantly
im our midst.
-On Wednesday night last, Dr.
John [. Holingsworth let us for Flor
ida, where he has gone to practice his
profession, that of medicine. ' We lose
a good citizen and wish that *e could
have had him near tis as was once con
-Ownbey Bros., will pay you spot
cash for your seed cotton. Sep 26-tf
.-Mr. W. Grogan., of Elberton Ga.,
and a recent graduate of Emory Col
lege, paid our sanctim a visit this
week. Mr. Grogati is thinking of
lautchiug out Into Journalism, and the
community that secures him for its
editor will be truely fortunate.
-Mr. S.. T. MeCravy, of the Spar
tanburg Bar, paid us a visit last week.
We wouldiO~t be surprised If they
didn't become more frequent in the
face of surrounding circumstances.
-Our ;correspondent, "Neighbor,"
says "In spite of all the hard timnes,
Mr.. J- E. Garrick Is the happiest man'
-iu our vicinity-it being a fie 10ib
boy. Coinpliments to him and his bet
-Mr. Wa'ren Crain, who lived In
the upper part of this county, died on
Saturday night last, from intlimation
of the bowel s, after in illness of only
16 hours. Hie leaves a wife and five
children, besides .numerous friends and
relatives to miourn his sad and sudden
death. He was buried at Saluda Hill
Church ona Sunday.
-Wanted, (10.000) Te'n Thousand
bushels of C'otton Seed. Will pay the
highest market price in cash.
sept 26-tt. Own bey Bros.
-Mr. A.. M. Runion has laid In such
an extensive stock of .furniture, coffins,
*&c., that he found It necessary to rent
the store-room next to Mr. J. M. Ramn
pey, in connection with his other room
on Sardine street. Easley Is booming.
Let us have more housee-both dwell
ing and store-rooms. There are t wo
or three .partles now on the look-out
for houses, but stone to be had.
-The Stock holders of The Joint
Stock .Company of Easley Academy,
are reminded that an adijourned meet
ing will be held at the Academy on
October lst, at 'l0-o'cleck, and all Stock
holders are earniestly requestedl to be
presenit to eonsider the assessment of
Stock. W.'. M. IIAooon,
Sept. .26-1t. President.
--Jy reference to our columns on
the editorial page wl'be seen a contto
versy .between our correspondent "Let
Hecr Rioll," and W. S. Gregory, fore
-man -of the MFSSINqJai otm W a
rive them each a hearing, but with
hese commitnications the controversy
>etween these- gentlemen wiust cease!
io for as the MEssENemIseconcerned.
Cach have their own op'iilon,and have
lound expression through the MEsNzr
ER, but we can grant no more
;pace to them for repartee.
-We have received the Premipm
List of the S. C. Agricultural and *e
%hanical Society for the Sixteenth An
ual Fajr, to be held at Columbia, S. C.,
beginning on Tuesday morning, Nov.
I ith, and ending on Friday evening,
Nov. 14th, 1884. It is complete, and
shiows a determination to have a first.
class and successful Fair. Send to
Thos. W. Holloway, Sec'y and Treas
urer, Pomaria, S. C., for copy of pre
OFFICE PIEDMONT .' o Co., Pled
mont, S. C.-Messrs. Westmoreland
R'os-Nearly two years ago I contract
ed mataria into my system, and suffer
ed greatly from time to time from it in
various forms In which it developed.
Sometimes had severe chills and fevers
-indigestions followed it, and I was
generally out of health. Last spring
[or more than two montths I was great
ly troubled with a disordered condi
tion of the bowels which I believe was
tle result of the malaria still existing
in my system. I visited two or three
inineral springs celebraued for the cure
,f uaarial diseases, without the slight
est benefit. I was also treated as the
lifferent systems developed by the
inost skillful physicians, bit was not
relieved. About two months ago I
concluded to try Calisaya Tonic, pre
pared by Westmoreland Bros., but I
inust confess I had little confidence of
being materially benefitted by it. I
bave taken five or six bottles of the
renic-from the bkeginning I felt re
[let and conthuted to improve until
niow, I feel quite as well and in as per
Feet health as I evet did in my life
%nd believe I am perfectly well.
H P. HAAMET, President.
[For the Messenger.j
MR. EDITOR: I will give you a
Few items about this Six Mile country.
Six Mile has been spreading herself for
Ahe last five months. There have been
;everal new houses erected in this com
Mr. Sphy nx Barker h:s built for him.
;elf a new dwelling in about two hun
Ired yards of Six Mile Chutch, beside
rls Cotton Gin, Siw Mill, Grist Mill,
il at the same place.
Mr. Robert Willhiams has built him a
nice reldenuce also in a mile of the
Thley are now buan ; a new church
at Crow Creek abo' &ree miles and a
btaif of this p lace, an. there is strong
talk of building a new church at Four
mile, in two wiles of the same place,
which will bring out this country great
ly, and which may enable us to get a
more able minister.
We have recently had good protraet
edi meetings In this commaunity and
several members received in the church
Married, on th'e 14th Sept., by Rev.
S A. Gary, at the residence of the
bride's mnot her. MRt. PRE TON C. OPT,
of Anderson County, to Miss SARAH
JANE NAIIOIS, of Pickens County.
May peace, prosperity and happlnesu
be their companions tha'ough life.
Married, on the 11th inst.. by Rev.
J. P. Chapman, at the residence of the
bride's father, MR. GREEN PERRY and
Miss MAGG&E GARRETT, all of Pick
Married, on Friday, Sept. 19th, at
the residence oL-the bride's fatheri, by
J. A Rtobinson, N. P.., Mr. TIALLEY
Nonxas andl Miss .JANE~ HEATON, all
of Plekens County.
~AAs by the same, at his residence,
on -Sunday. Sept. 21st:, MR. EARLE
KlanBY and( Miss MARY JANE GALL
10N,. all of Pinkens County.
EASLEY, S. C.,
H AVE JUST R E
ceived a large Stock
Bought since the re
cent decline in
CALL ON THEM,
GET PRICES before
Plenty BAGGING AND)
TIES on hand.
Sent 26, 1884. H'