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fihe ZaleyJ oJessenger.
LOCAL AND COUNTY M ATTERS.
-We call attention to the following
new advertisements, appearing for the
first time I this Issue
Nix & Howard. live and energetic
merchants of Our town, have received
a Car load of Salt and a large stock of
fresh Turnip seed, at bottom prices.
Bacot's best Liver Pills can be found
at the postoflfee. None equal to them.
Bowen's Mills is now in full blast,
ail will give you the best of turnouts
lnd the best quality of flour.
Bead 6 local advertisements of Own.
bey Bi os., and also of Calisaya Toinic,
and that of J. M. Rampey, Fre4i Tar
.-'rhe crop of candidates'grows lar
ger. We call attention to tlhe announce
ments of J. S. Lesley for Coroner and
of John R. Philips for Counity Com
-T'urni) seeds, several kinds, at
OWNBEY Bitos. july 25 tf
-The weath?r is very warm.
-The crops have greatly improved
in the last week or two.
-A grood rain would be very accept
-A 1 infant of Mr- Jaies Freeiman,
died last week, we regret to learn.
---Mr. W. M. lagood has been (1ilite
sick, but is ill) and out again.
--Buy Eresh Turnip Seed fron J.
MN. RAMPEY. July 2~5 A1
--Maliss Lou Baswell is in town, stop
ping at Mir. John Lttham's.
-MIr. WN?,. T. T.Knight and his bride.
have im oved into the house litely va
eated by Mrs. N. A. Green.
-Miss Lillie Gossett has gonle to
take clarge of her school, inl the 18
Mile section of this Countv.
-[hle Rev. Mr. P.lowdeni will pre aeh
at Mount; Pleasant Chmrch next Sah
bath. 27th inst.
-Mr. Marioni Day lost an infant oi
Sunday last. It was butried on Mon
day inl the Methodist grave yard.
OWNIE.Y Bnos. ennI sell you the best
I lorse, Cattle lnl C hiCkein poW0hlers in
thule world. july 25 tf
-May~or G iili at h)as grea*Cthy im
provedI the appearancie of his beautiful
lot, by rep~airin~g his front fene,~ andi
1by building a niew~ one at the' sit'.
--Rev. WY. II. Kirton has beeni con..
duicting a prta t meting' at Pick
en s th is wveek. it, is to be h oped that
great g'ood may reutfromit
-Mr'. Allen Kelley's little son fell
from a stable loft on Thuriiisday of hast
week, and dislocated his hip. Dr.
George lKarle attendecd the little one,
and( replacedl the joint.
-Tw'~o of our young men) I gracl(ed
like alppeIaance last week, retuirninig
home on Mond~ay. TheI( "Heroinme"
-iMrs. Malinda Cartee, whoi& re
sides four miles belowv Easley, senlt to
our' oflice on Wed nesd ay, a bee t t ha t
may beat anything in the way of
vegatales. It w'as ex traordhi nary hi rge,
weighing five or six pounds.
-Mr. Jim Williams, of our counmty,
is now dloing" butsinless for 1lfill & Payne,
WVest End, Greenville, S. C., and is
certainly an expert, and would be
pleased to see his old friends, and show
them the best brands of goods, and
how wne1l he cnn hande thcum
-Miss Eliza. Aiken, daughter of
CongresRnaan Aiken, has been elected
to the position of music teacher in the
-Come Candidates, that Ice Cold
Soda water at Ownbey Bros. will keep
you cool. july 25 tf
--Easley has been visited by many
candidates recently. When you Come
gentlemen, don't forget to order tick
ets. We have had orders for many
thousand, and vill furnish more.
-Mrs. Corrie Burdine presented to
the "'Devil" of the MESSENGEl Offiee
this week, the finest. cal)bage we have
seen this season. It we iglied five and
a half pouinds.
-Our town has had several young
lady Visitors this season. We chronicle
the arrival of Misses Sallie Payi and
Ma3 Harrison, of G(reenville, wlio are
stopping at the resilice of Mr. C. P.
--Our fiend Mr. J. M. Lhilips, w-ho
recently openIed a blacksmuith shop in
Easley is dloinig a line business. I[e is
a mani well enlculatel to do vork at.
once, a.Ind well. Give huim vour work
and see how well he can do it. for vmit.
His SIop is near the dlepot. july 18 t1f
-Mr- 0. P. Field's little son, Brld
ley, fell from a wagon last week, his
m11othitl catchiig ol a hook at tached to
the b6,)(3 teali ig a gash on one side.
ani inh loug. Dr. C. W. Ear-le sowed
up the wound, a(11he wa s 1oing"' well
at last accounts.
-The Methodlmist Qu1ar-tely CoNe
dnce, Pickenls Circutit, was held at P'or
ters Chapel last Saturlday :inl Samlay.
Rev. Mr. lierbhert1, Prei(din g Elder,
pr-eached bh1 da' 'ys. Rev. WV. H. Kir.
ton preached o1 Sunday evenillr. The
meetiLmg was vell attenlided.
-let, Cold Soid; Water at OwNm.:y
BROS. jtly 25 if
-'Tle ch:r1i0in4 Al lwIigIt l iss
[Iattie CUlea~rv. (if PiedmtI)l is on1 a
visit to relat ive anal frie4-: in F- sI v.
Look ot youIn tOi, if yon do ot
wiil 10 lose vour hearts. -i 11 -r visit
he pl-olonig-ed and pleasanit.
-Th ie P iedmlonit Baptist ASsqoCiation
on 1 Ted-sday, Autust l t0h, w it h
tlle Libelrty Chred , to ieen Colun v.
n I her Lin.e tatod kitrl Od)n
whreya serok by W.s 11. ngleoater
-nate, J. l II'ldIsn1s. .\ssiayioer
mioi byG.3.Rdr; alt erate D.
W. Boio ~ r ase~i fBo
eray beivedk i to e tpet mani whof
guidethelose ltat kiole wogtan
CAushi, wa htwin n the 18th' int
whio at wrorkt in is iehLo Th, wond
is te snci'dea lhe barck :n~ni con.
the head with a hoe, crushing hi his
ikull. He was unconsclous utll Tues
lay of this week, and died. We utm
lerstand Davis fled, anid has not been
Lieard of. le is under a $1000 bond.
The Time Hias Come at Last I-For
what ? Why, the people have learned
to pattronize home enterprizes and
nanufactories. Just Invire of the
ananitfacturers and p too)rietors of the
rcinowned Calisaya Tonic, Westmore
land Bios., Wholesale and l etall Drug
;ists, Greenville, S. C., how far it has
reached, atnd the large tmtlmber of of
lers filled at Wholesale, to all parts of
Ae United States, where it hIns before
been introdulced, andil you will readily
perceive iti merits. Try it ant be ci
neglected to cbatige the loca
ion of Mir. J. G. Black, Watf h Maker
mld .Jeweler, geneoral Sewintg Machine
Agent, &c., 0 reetiville, S. C., iII his ad.
vertiseiment, from Main street, North
f Colee, to the Marsilil house, Cor
ner of Broa:l or Jail atnl Main streets.
where yout cani now find him prepared
to repair or sell youl anything in his
linte at bottomn prices.
-We very Itluch re1-gret to hear the
complaiints male by some of ol old
of the youngett r ones, in regard to had
beha:vior inl our Chtwches during pray
e r-meet ings 111 other serw'vices. 'lIe
gutilty onle.s have beeln listited. 11d it
is threatened to ikk the in tnaes pub
lie, in order to shield the itlmocent, if a
repirition ocem- s. Some of thei are
sa!id to he members of the different
'lrches. What a pitY .
-Only 5 eensl a glasAs for Ice cold
nor b Waterat Owzilltw Bito.s. j 2.5t f
-,OIlt Sattetonil was tmu1tch honored
o Mond' av Ist by a visit from "Misses
ITmmie Perkins, of Middlesex, Va,
un11l Iellce i0 Ilagood. of CIhrleston, S.
who ;t-e . tutnering it il Pickens.
I'helir stay wanS brief. and o r great, re
.ei't i.;, that. they C 'att be with its aiil
h1' t ime. A yomimgf editor. oughit to (it
well withl such inlulent'ial being-s ho --
-Oii last, Motdav tmotningu. a yountig
ouple wa. seen walkig 1) st reet at
'he rate of about. two ItInlred vards
per hour, enage m. eat rn-I..,st conver
aLt i. A..s a1 party~ of tmartriedo g'entle
men~t stood( wa~tchintg I htemi their mtiinds
'tmnl-tanlces thle found atis were~V.~'( laid
for that m-titrtimoniaIl bliss thev have
mijoyett I t h4 tititmuy years. Well, if
hltors are' like oither men101, thety too
ltust yiel m (!aidi's diarts; at if
<ign~s are like "t hey utsed to was,"' oneo
if themti may~ Vsoont he fotund at Ily
ne n's a! tar.
--Mrs. Mtoggie floward, the wife of
Lr-l, (died at her residlence on Sunday
tight last. She had beet prostrated
otr I wyo wveeks with fever, and(. hter d
cate conistit Ittioni gave wayV nutder thet
>ower. of this fatal disease. She was
mlriedi at thte Methlodlist C hutrch-yar~d
mt Mombay after'noon at 4 o'clock, Re~v.
J. C. I~tndsont ofliciatlig at the funter'al
~eremton~y. Site was a consistent menm
)er' of the Methodist (Churnch. She
eaves a. sadi hulshattul and( Iwo sor'row
tig ChildrenOI t o mnom nl hter (death1. May
he God of Comfort antd of Peace be
,vithi t hetm in the htotr of t heir bereave
Miss innie. Mr. Ihoward's datugh
tOV1 ig, an d wve hiope) t hat she mayiL he
ile 1.o be ottag Lo-ilt Soot
-Mrs. Paton, of Greenville, Is visit
lng the family of Mr. P. A. Owubey.
-Dr. E. Y. Salmon' lorse and
Cattle powders, for sale by OwNBEY
BRos. Jtuly 25 tf
-Our town is truly assuming the air
of a city. Capt. Peek,.one of the efli-.
cient carpenters on the Air Line Rail
road. is here with his w-orkmenl con
structing a platform, and buildiiga
nice baggage room. The convenience
of the latter will be immeasurable, and
it will be ai improvement to our town.
These men are first-class workmen, and
real good company too, being very
[For the Messenger.
SUNNY DALNM, July, 22d.
MR. EDITOR: '1e writer attende,
oil Sunday last, the wedding of Mr- J.
C. Carrol, of Asheville, N. C., to Miss
ielle Mm-phree. Te ceremiIonIy took
place at the residence of Maj. '. M.
Ly~nch, near Holly Spring Church, who
offieiated and perforuied the Ceremlioiv
in acconhsanee vith the forms of the
Baptist Service. The bfeauitiful and ae
Complished bride Is the daughter of
Mrs. Eliza Mm'phlIree, who caime to this
Coimty from Ireland in '76. The groomi
is a native of N C. aid a grad w.te, with
first honors, of Judsoti College. 'Th
happy couple, after Spenldin ig a fe w
hours with tire Major, receiving till
well wishes and CoIngratulations of their
friend. al t lie old shoe being thown
after them for good luick, left for Lib
erty, w Ihere ,i earley S u on Mondey
mnorningI, looked upon a sa( darting,
and they left. for the Llid of Flowers.
CIEVELA N D.
[For the Messenger.
Dots From Six Mile Section.
MRia. EDI'ro: I take pleasure inl
writing a few dots to yo ul Spicy little
paper. .1 havye IeverI takeni a paper
that gave mie miore .at.isfactioni than the
MESSENEI;. I lave been taking it
for five or six moliths :ani wotiul Iot
do without it for twice the muonev, am(I
I don't thinuk I col invest $1 in1 IIY.
thing more valiable to me than it is.
I will give vou a few itetus about tle
ero)p ill I he Six Mile section. Crop(
are1P lookiing well conideringthe recent
volitiioued niins, but ve are very (1rY
at present, bit wvith tilmel raius, the
prospects for fine erops of corn alnd
cotton ae goodi. There has been nude
alIIIIdbuid t C0ps Of 'vheat and oats ill
this sectioln. but farmers have had sonue
difliCltltyV ill saving their gra1, on -
Cott of thie thureshiers not being ah.
to) get to themuu ill eonsequuence of, the
wvet weatheir. Several erops) sprouted~
ini the fields.
F believe most of thme farmers tip hmere
are done layinug by. I ml ust say. that l
have 34 acres'of thme finest c>ttoni in
thme Iup-count ry. I hiear it remuarked by
aL greatt many Il~ pleIl pa~ssingm~ along the
road, th .t t it is thme finest" cott ton t her
have s(en, wh'ic'l giv'e evidlence of
wlmi~t I hatve' said. I amu goodi for 2.5
bales from muit if the seausonis holds out.
F. I. E. L. I1 s.
NIlarried, b y U M. L~ynch, Notary
P~uldic, ait his residence, on thme 20tih
inst., iMr. .JAMEs C.* CAaon, of Ashe
viilhe, N. C., and Miss BELaLEN Mun
PH n EE, of Pickens C'ounnty.
Oni the 20th inst., by the Rev. MI.
Ma uld in, at his residlene, MIr. G ' o.
WHT and1 Miss MARY A. McCA1u~
Trpi, of Oeonee County.
STOCK-llOLDERS in~ "TI'i I
JOINT TOCK CMP'ANY of
Eamsley Academyu)," are huereb.y notified
thatmI the Annui al Meeting will be held
at the Academy, on August 1st nlext,
ait 10) o'clock, a. m. All Stock-holder.
are (eartnest ly requltestedl to be presenii,
11s somei very impilortanlt buin ess, ini
wvhich all are interested1, will he tra lLi
july 11 4It I1%SdeIL