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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 8 February 1884

LINES TO E. O. C. ' hine eyes throw a light on my life, Like a beacon's flash on the sea; And hard though the struggle, and strife, I'll win-bravess Eocee ! That voice thrills not the ear alone, Down in the soal It's ebcos be; Awakened by no other tone, Than thine-fairest Eocee I rThere's musIc in that happy laugh, Thiie every movement poesy; And the wine of thy converse I qiiff, And bles&-sweetest Eocee 1 For on mny heart it's odors dwell, Exciting purest memory; And fading not, hut there to tell, Of thee-dearest Eocee! WANTED A I)IVoRCE,.---A few days ago, says the Kentucky State Journal, a middle-aged country-imn walked in to the offiea of a prominent Newport attorney and took a seat, when the fol lowing coiiversatkion took p)-lace.: 'I called in to see about gittin' a di vorce from mp wife.' 'Ah; what seems to be the diflICul ts?' '-Well, me and Jinny are always quar relin', and think it would be better if sie would go back to her- folks and I stay where I am. She can take t...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 8 February 1884

A FAI)EI) m)eS. fi aaile the l-it tle l'lowerl I won- ipon IllY lving brea-t. Th d(ainty thiine gligue bea it -d( Upon t h- warml hivII t th hit i IP' was it sight. nd trivial thing, But tor the light anid carel(ess look 'hat grieved mIly heart, I scarce know whly. Ire saw nlot In tim fade(l Ilover FThe symbol of a glad lu-tir detad; It fell from o;)t hj)' en'rless hani., [ts bealtv ami its fragnndIlve ledti. A nd I, with nloman's re:ly though!, F'oreest the tim wlich cew'lw) to all When love Should lose it wondrous charm), And lMke the f.lied blos(om fall.. I raised the hainty . slighted 1ld1 A n d plucked t he f c rimsi .,oni lea ive a part, And ihwn withinl its Secret (.4l1 I foml il its ernished anl broken hcai: I knlow nlot when the day will comel That 'omv kinld hand will loemv Anld fold mny tired h~ul. to -t. And hidet my sorrow from aill vee. . But who .:) dlovs Owhe loving dee Will think. as I did, (if the 11wer: N he lived her brief d1a4-Y or delight -~u ome. one. love d b...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

VOL 1~ EALEY S(WM CAROLINA, UA,~~4Y1,I84(O 9 AA~Iq to A Baehelor. B. V*RRXCK. You 4k ue, sir, to write for you A 1Oi or a song; I'll 4aw4otbply, if this will do, Bu ill not make It long; For, It I ould let loose my thoughts, WhIo 1&"ep their virgils keep, You W4itdt'l I fear -grif be brought, Or ele-would fall aoe You are quite fair, (the lpdies say!) And I presume you're buman, But why, dear sir, do y6u delay To get yourself a woman? Just think of all the pretty girls, And of their lovely charms, And their switches, bangs and curls, And- clasp one in your arms. From top to too, I do declare, You might, my darling Iad, Possess one of those ladles fair,. . And two fn one make glad; And thip the seriptines bade you do, As sure as you're Asinner, So now proceed to win and woo Some to cook your dinner. You're going astof To seek your fortfne there, But flrst, you shdaild seltet a nilate Your joys and griefs to share. I've noiV advised you for your good, And hope you'll pkoi by it; T...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

her as a companion and rehge0. I will never take'aeut of the Mai'.. tindale money. I have heard them' say thst the money was all Captain Guyon's, and I will never live upon his grudgingly-given charity !' And when the otd lawyer sent up his compliments, and a reqgest for ar interview with Mrs. Martindale, the young widow was nowhere to be found. She had gone away ftoim Cape May. 'With the moutniOg outfit not completed, eaid MissPringlc, the dressmaker. 'Poor ear! Trouble must have npset herenind. 'It is very strange,' said Cap tain Martindale ; 'but if she pre fers to go to her owg p)gople, let, .her go. It will certainly be atn in finite relief to me,an(d of course the! allowance mast be co1iffiued to her just the same.' But the allowance, represented by a generous check. was ret urned. without a word of comment, to. Captain Martindale. Ile shrugged his shoulders. 'Let her do as she pleases,' he said, 'I have done my best; I can do no more.' So elde(ld clapterl one; and in the fult...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

gfe fjasleg esenger. j* R. HAGOO, Edtorand Prop'r. Rie'ed -t the l'ostofrice at Easley. R. C., as A'econd Clains Matter. TEIMS OF SURSCRTIPTON. One year, strictly iII advance...... $1.00 Six months, .65 ItATES OF A iVERTISI %o. (Me sq'are (1 linch) 1 inlsertiona ...... 75c Each silmb ient liserilo ........... 40e T'eral <iseolsilt ol coitraOlcts or by the columnl, hallf or711uarter. column11. Ma rriabge lotices.- free amd solleited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. C(orrespoldents. to isuire attention. m11114t give their full address.. We are not respo nsilie for the opin ons of our correspondiets. All comm1 itmicaion.: forl theppe m111st be dliressed to the E(Iitors; 111sines letter t- tho 1'l'Publisher of the IESSE~NOER Easley, S. C. [For Thl- Me ss.eh, Ir. Gralui (rop~s, &c., About Ninty-Six. MA. EArTon Allow me to give vou a few dots from this part of our State. The large acreare of grain Sown in this section gives promise of bread if we canl live un ti har vest. The...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

Jite K CZ1.",Igif tJlier. J. R. HAGOOD, r~ditor. AIKEN'S REFUSAL TO All) US. It is with regret, that we have noticed Aiken's refusal to aid us in the building of the Carolina, Cumi herlnd G ap and Chicago R. R. The town which was to be the terminus of this-grand trunk line to the West,; within whose corporate limits, there was to be erected the rail-road shopis, the very life of enterprise itself ; and into whose bosom the enormons wealth of' much of the West, was to be pour ed, has exhibited a selfish spirit, which Should he frowned down up oI by every civilized comunity of our couiitryv. When a set of people become so clanishl and close, as to see no further tian the end of their nose, we mlav expect no enterprise to receive its imerited attention in their midst, but on the other hand it is natural to believe, that any enterprise which they iight. attempt to carry n for the good of their county , will come to a dead hait: an su(I c a ca mnUni ty should start over again to learn th...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

pe %ansleg 5esenger. LOCAL AND. COUNI Y MATTERS. g 'Mr. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. the 1st, will become the traYeling agent for TAE MSSENGER. Legal Advertising. -Parties having Legal advertli4ements to publish, are reminded tht there is no law govern ing the matter, and guardians, admin i-trators. execuitors and ot ris, can have their printing donle att any offlCe they may designati. 1i As Ti ME9SSENOI offers a much lower rate for such work thai has been the rule heretofore in this section, those having the interest of their charge in mind, will make a note of this fact. --The farmers are buying supplies (1uite freely now and trade rece'ntly hias brightened up considerably. -Capt. Thornley, wvith his estima ble l.dy, passed through town last week. -McB. has a slight idea of studying medicine, and has already begm prac ticing a little. -Mis Lula Clyde has returned home. and will of course liven ip the drooping spirits of the. young men. with her gentle smiles. -W. S. Puees, the clever ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

JOsh Billings on Infidelity. Did you ever hear ov a man's renouncing Christainity on hiz d eth-)ed, and turn infidel ? Gamlblers, ior free-thinkbrs, havn't faith enuff in the profession to teach it to their children. No atheist, with all his boasted bravery, haz ever yet kared to ad vertize hiz unbeleaf on' hiz tumez tun. I never hav met a free-thinker vet who didn't beleave a hundred times more nonsense than he kan find in the Bible ennywhere. It iz alwuss safe to foller the re ligius beleaf that owr mother taut us-there never waz a mother yet who taut hiur child to be an infidel. A man may learn intidelity frum books, and hiz assosiiates, but he kant learn it frum hiz mother, nor the works ov God that surrounded himl. If an infidel could only koinpre hend that he kan prove more bi hiz fIith than he kan hiz reason, Iiz impudence wvould be much less of fensive. Unheleavets are allwas so reddV and anxious to prove their beleat, that I thought they mite he just a leetle doubtful about...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

Wise Counsel. "'Tis not ill inortals to cot'amatid Success," as all can uiderstand,, And bisiness men oft rack thiei lt rais How to i11crease their sales and(1 gins. Of all the plalS which1 menl riev'8isO None equls~l this-to advertis'e.. In com petit ion's ard uni r c10 Dost thou desire a fore most place ? Does hligh aibit ion ire th1 My sou11 Men's linds 111and pockets to cont rol ? 'la(n listeni to this comisel wise, And largely---freely-advertise. Would'st thou belhold the people fiock To see the well-select-ed stock, Amli(, tempted by the bright display, Delighted buy-and gladly pay ? This, pleas"1mt1 Sight shlall Iueet, thinle eves if thou wilt simply-:uvertie. Put forward t1inle un11doubted claim, 1 t every househ1old kniow tl h v luuneI i. The people shall aept thy bill And honor it with right; good-wiI1. Success is giveni to himl) whov tries, Awl trios; ng i -s duvert ise. Ihag ouit thy )ahmmer- on each wall, Let theii be niether few nor mall, 1.o the1PAt the, people nm1-y ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 February 1884

Be Careful What You Say. In speaking of a person's faults, Pray don't forget your own; Remember those in houses of glass, Should never throw a stone. If we had nothing else to do, But talk of those who sin, 'is better we commence at home, And from that point begin. We have no right to judge a man, Until he's fairly tried; Should we not like his company, We know the world is wide. Some may have faults,and who has not? The old as well as young; We may perhaps, for aught we know Have fifty to their one. Ill tell you of a better plan, And-find it works full well; To try my own defects to cure. Before of others tell; And though I sometimes hope to be No worse than some 1 know, My own shortcomings bid me let The faults of others go. , ThlIeI let us all, whei we comin ce To slander friend or foe, Thiik of the hat in one word may do, To those we little know; Bemember C. rses sometimes, like Our clickens, "rwost at home." Dout speak of others' faults until We have none of our own." BUY FINE ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

r Zzr/1.1 1 A 2c Z7y? 11, ZzI ./offiA' lr IIs s 01" 1-1 /.4'A/W. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FIZI1AY, FEBrUAR.Y 22,1881.[N The Way of It. TFhe vind is awake, little leaves, little lea v es, I leed not wvhat. he says--he deceives, lie deceives : : Over and over To the lowly clover I He has lisped the same love and pledg ed himself triue As he'll soon Le lisping and pledring to you. T'ihe boy is abroad, daiity Iulid, daitty mlaid, I eware his soft words-1'm afraid, I'm afraid : Ile's said thei before Times many a score. Ay, he died for a dozen. cre li*s b ird pricked throughl A< h1'l soon be dlying. 11y pretty, for 'Ih.e way of the boy is thl.' way of tte wvind, A.- light as the leaves is (1;ainlty ntiiid kind One to deceive And otie to believe That is the way of it, year to year !,mt- I kntow you will learn'i it too late, GOOD JOKE ON A JLJJDE BY T. B. BALDW1N. [Writtenl for the Texas Siftingsf . lion. Jlenjamia1 Fitzpatrick, who was Governor to Alahama from 18411 to 18-15, C...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

[CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.] To say that Judge Cannon was dumb-founded would be putting it entirely too tamely. Ile was a whole dumb asylum. As soon as his bewildered men tal faculties could rally a little he bawled out: 'Ben Fitch has been tellling you some infernal lie on us, and I'll fine him $50 for c ontempt of court if he does'nt take it back at once.' 'Col. Fitch is a gentleman, sir, and don't tell lies on nobody,' hotly retorted the old lady, while 'Col. Fitch' had ignominiously re tired behind a group of lawyers out of range of the fiery glances of the indignant Judge. Everybody present except Can non, Jonas and the irate landlady were now writhing in the convul sion of laughter. 'Do you dare stand here and tell me and these gentlemen' (with Small cap. emphasis on 'gentle men') 'that this thing here is a man? Hey?' screamed the angry hostess, livid with Iage, and still shiaking her long finger of concen trated scorn at the pale and tremb ling Jonas. She then made a bound fo...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

gQIle ild*'qi fsNtiger. J. R. IIAGOOD, Editor and Pro'pw. hidtcaed it the Postoffice at Easley A. C., as ,41k-cond Clas. Matter. TERMS OF SUnSCRIPTION. One year, siit Iy in nIVance....... 1.00 ~~IN il~it~lS65 R A TE'S OFe A D\'ER'SI \0G. ()ne s(quare (I inch) 1 iinsertion ...... 7c r-neh subseientisrin......0 Libendi discount onl cout racts or b) the colm11 n,1 1: half or guarter columnu. 'Marriage no4tices fre'e and solicite(d1. Obituaries ovg.r 12 lines cAroed for. Correspondellts, to iltstll-e alIIIltioll, iniist. give their fIlll address. We are l1ot respolisible for the oplit !()Ius of oM corr1spondents. All CotlnIlimieat ions f4inr the( paper m11ust, be addressed to the Editors; busine's let1 els to the Publisher of thea! MN 1iSSiNC ER, Easley, S. C. [F1~or '1 he& NMeengerI. The 'School Law. lu. ErI01n: i see in your is tc of the 8th inst., that the .chool inw is amended, so as to allow the chool Coimissionier, with the Con sent of' the Board of Fxaminers, to apportion fro...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

J. R. HAGOOD, .E.ditor. IN our absence last week, the Foreman of the office commented (1(litorially on the recent murder in Greenville,and supposed the cause to be whiskey. Upon this suppo s-ition the "GU reenville Daily News" takes issue with TiE MEs SENGER, in the form of a brief ed itorial. We allow our Foreman space for a reply, and what he says in this issue herewith receives our endorsement TH AT ;REENVILILE MUR)EIt. 'Thle "(reenville Daily News' takes us to task inl reglard to our editorial reiarks on the recent inurder committed Ithere. Ie says: Speaking of ti. unIrer here, the Ea4ey Me.ssenger says: "Another. vcohlhhnnial mur1der inl ( reeiville #nI t SimiIdar. ott i coloredl No etnise, n I 114tl I ikelof 't lhiws weO sulppose G reen Ivill hI be . . 1)t-comeII note-d for. Sneh r i lli the past t wo year. 1 it t ha-ir bhad whi.skey , or are thy nattn'-ahy v gamei?* We will charget ilt o t h1 - aeccurse td wikher. )ur esteemned votm('11 p'orny i in 4er r1r. 'Ile rIl Mltler -a...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

fhe laske 4yessenger. LOCAL AND 0OUNI Y MATTERS. $W-Mr. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. the I 't, will become the traveling agent for T HI M NSsENUER. IV. S. OREioRy, 0111 Foreman and pu1Iblisher, is au1lthorized to receiCve and 1 CC4 ipt for subscr-iptions, Job work and dv(ertisements for THIE M8SENGER ofilee. R. K. Hill is having his new house painted. W. M. Uagood & Co. have re ceived another car-load of corn. Mr. R. C. Gignilliat has re turned from Westminister. Miss Felioth' Folger is visiting relatives in Westminister. Dr. Gillilanl lost a fine milch (ow last week. Bacon is worth 11 eits eadh. Rlaise 'Miss Luey V. lagood f oin C hales tonl Spent .Tlesday inl Eaislev. She is .ow inl Pickens. Col. .J. E. HIagood, ClIerk of the Uni ted State Circuit C(oIurt was in town oi hlAst 'I'hi sdav. For a few idays to come. he ilav be foun(d at Pickens. We are giad to report Mrs Aki ns as bevtter. Iloe .-he nuy soon be well Mrs QuiilEanI is quite sick. We n i.h for h(.1r an early Iecover". Ca...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

(01N; 1'0 TlE SA31E 'ARTY. Ilere, boy blacken my boots, and I want, you to shine em clear to the tops. 1 am1 going to a party to night and I want to look first-hlass. Thus did an elaborately gotten ll) dude addlresS the lrush boy in an lptown harher sh1o) the other (Weniing, and as the boy did not at (nce j1ump1) to do lis bidding, the dude continued ; Here this way, .1 say, I am gointg to a party at the Cr'owford house to night. The boy planted himself and hi., box before the anxious Customer and hard at work shining up the toothpick-toed loganls when the lude again informd the hoy that he was going to a pa rty at the Crawford houlse? this evenling and wanted his boots polished clean to the tops. All right, I'll see you there : 'm going to the same par tv. said the boy, as lie bruh1cd awy. 'lh lude had no lore to sa v.- Iet 1)it Free Press'. Tl'iE O1s'rI (nY.---The ovl-ter man's C1y is said once to llave a wakened a newly-arriv ed coutry man at a city hotel, who, bu h eri ng the st...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

frojfessionI Cards. C. E. ROBINSON, Pickens, S. C. J. T. NIX, J.,J. NIX, (Greiville, S. C. Hampton, S.C. Nix, Robinson & Nix, A ttorieys and Connsellirs at Law. PICKENS C. -., S. C. Will prnct ice in all the Courts of the Nute, and of the United States. All btslness shall receive prompt at ten tion. Jan 25-1y (GEO. W. TAYLOR. JAMES P. CARY TAYLOR & CARY, .As.ttor=n-eyrs at La-.,r PICKENS C. H., S. C. Dec 14-1y A. BLYTHE. W. D. MAYFIELD. BLYTHE & MAYFIELD1 ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, GREENVILLE, S. C. Traclices in the S/ate and U. S. courts. Prompt attention to all business. MW Office in Law Range. '%" Nov 30-ly ADAM C. WELBORN, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at Law, GREENVILLE, S. C. Tfiractices in the Stale and U. 8s. Courts. Ofilce in Cleveland Block, over Isaac WV'eil's Clothing IHouse. Nov 30-1y BUY FINE CLOTHING SHOES GRE ENVILLE, S. C. De 91-...1 W. M. Hagood & Co. will sell the balance of their W IN T E R Reducedc CGood L ot ON~ HANDI Run a First Class Livery a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 February 1884

HARD TIMES. "1,ard time-s; hmrd t ,'onl every side, 'T'he cry is rinigin g. farnl wide; From ill t he couitr's broad domain It wvell ill) inl a Sad refrain, Still echl.dC back inl doleftil Chiies, A dismal choruilS of "/hard /lims. It is tle miuercIhant's imatin song; The1 farmer insit all day long,. And ev'n ill voices of thie night, It fills his shliuber with atiright. And brings to iis %dist&Ipered vision, in mally a spectral apparition, I'he horrid phintoms, grim amd gaim , Of sad-eyed Poverty and Watt, While startled fancy's awe-fill e v e .s(-, See Alps on1 AlpIs- of debt arise, The lawy ,doct ors, preacier---a11 Into the drearv chorus fall. And C'on the blithsoline maidenl gay Thloughi decked in Fahhins hrigl :ar Joinls wit h t he vast lgbiu nog And Softly rills tie s:nine sod bow, The very breeze Seems o Iuon ), Responsive to the platiive tone, Titvibrates onI the' winltrv air, Ill hollow acellts of deSpair, And onl the spirit, linger1ingf dwellk Sad as the toics of fiie...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 February 1884

V L] 0L0A Y, SOCA OLIA, VOL. 1.] EASLEP'Y, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY) FEBRUARY 29,1884. [NO. 2 Oh, Foolish Heart. Oh, foolish heart, why feel III painl a pleasuIe, And baiish similes to find iI tealrs a treasire? Why seek the cruel thurns Beniea'h the roses; Why hiarbori thotyghts of ni;.ht Before day clois? 'I'he joyg of life, at best, Are far too fleetiig, Tlhat ioti shoild haste the hour Of grief's sad gleeting. Sulicienlt to the day Is its Sorrow ; For t01t pleasurM11es of to-day May pall to-nIorrow. -Jermne 1. Bell. TUESDAY'S CYCLONE. IlUNDREDS OF LIVES AND tN TOld) PRPERTY LOST. The Great. (clone of the 19th--Ful ler Reports Fromll The Carolinas and Georgiav4--11iole Towns Swept Away--The Terrible Story in De [Condensed frin Greenville News.] IN THIS SitcTION. L. Foster, brother of B. A. Fos tor, got here from the upper part of I'ickens yesterday. lie furnish es some additio-al particulars of the work of the cyclone inl the up I)er part of Pick ens near his store. lie says that h...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 February 1884

a chimney fill~iig in upon them. One of the children, itis fea'ed, is fatally wounded. The st orm at Moun tain Creek was al So very severe, the brick .clrch being ufnroofed1 and seriously damaged. We have been unable ( get d(iItiOla par t ic'lars from this section. Two houses on Liberty 1ill were blown down. While the' storm was lit. its height. 2 gentlemen were rirling horseback on South Main st reet. near the mnile post. When they were blown fioin their ani mals, falling ten or fifteen feet away. The above details are only a part of the terrible work of the'storm. At pre-sent we~ Cannot, make anly estituate of the damuage done by the storm, bi t enough has Eeen heard to carry the losses conisiderahly up1) inth Ihe tlhots A letter received by the News from Anderson on the 22d says: 'There is some sickness among the people made homieless, eaused by ("Xposire, but all wants are Provided for and no hl1p is neeVQded.' (From the Charlotte Observer.) At Winnsboro, S. C., thler storm was ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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