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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 February 1884

hito tihe woods, and some of the bales of cotton tnore thai a 100 yards from (aell other. The next farm in the course of the desroyer is thit of S. 1Stalnaker. I-iS dwelling is badly' wi'ecked, cim 1wneys blown dowu,and all his laborers hon ies inl his extensive grove a complete wreck, and also his son's residence. Foi-tunately, however. only one col Ored women was seriously hurt here. 'ihe Saddest of all is W. II. Stal wort i's can. He lett'his home thaIt morning to visit Cha14rleston . When the stormstrtk his Place his family were hi the house, except his two sons, whio wa at the barn feedig thig stock. The house, a hirge well-built structure, went crAshihg down in an instant. The two dauglters and mother were crush ed and imprisoned first by tle bricks from a falling chimney, then by the debris of the builing. Th'lle soils vere blown fr om the barn out across an or chard, badly stillned, but recovered and hastenied to the house, extricated all from the building, whicl had now cau...

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. — 29 February 1884

J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. TIlE CYCLONE IN 11CK ENS. Since printing our outsi(de pages, we have learned more of the dis asters. of the recel Cyclone. '.T'he Rev. G. M. Simmon's outbuildiugs, smoke house, corn crib, shuck house,- &e., were wrecked. Tlien reachig Rev. A. S. Whitmire's it destroyed an unoccupied store house, fencing, trees, &c. The blacksmith shop of W. M. Jones w as blown away, only leaving the anvil where the shop once stood, and an un IOCCuI)iCd h1ouse was car rieid away. (Griflin '. Ilendricks was next visited by the tornado. An unoccupied tenant house was torn into fragrments; the logs were split and scattcrcd for more than a mlile. Hlis haulds'ome cottag-e al so fell a Jrey, and all his outhnil ing-. amd a Iice young or1ch1ard. All of his shee) wer killed 0r had-' Iy cripled except. one Iamb ; there were only 8 of hiis large flock of chickensi to be found, and his corn, foddeIr and shucks yer seattered fur onle-fourth of' a mile. MI's lHendricks and her childi...

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. — 29 February 1884

the faslqe 5essenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY XATTERS. Legal Advertising. -Parties having I Legal advertisements to publish, are reminded that there is no law govern ing the matter, and guardians, admin- i istrators, executors and others, can have their printing done at any office they may des nate. SW As THE i MESSENGER Olers a much lower rate t for such work than has been the rtile ( heretofore in this section, those having the interest of their charge in mind, will make a note of this fact. -.-.List of appointments for the An- I derson Circuit of M. E. Church : I Fairview, 4th Sabbath in each month. Harmony, 1st " " " Smith's Chappel, 2d Sab. Savannah chureh, 3(1 Sab." M. E. McKissICK, P. c. -li4p, t -Next Monday It Salesday in Pick- i ens. --We are glad to report that Mrs. s Quilian is able to be out again. -Messrs Nix & Howard are having a large sign painted over their stoe -Snow covered the back mountains last week. -The March winds will soon be here. -Read the long account of th...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 February 1884

flee fmmwrV ~pessenfar., J. R. H AGOOD, Editor and Pro'pr. Enteed at the Postoq/Jice at Easley S. C., as Second Class Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance ...... $1 .00 Six months " "65 RATES OF ADVERTrSINO. One square (1 inch) 1 insertion......75e lEach subsequent insertion.......40 Liberal discount on contracts or by the columin, half or quarter column. Marriage notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents, to insure atte ntion, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin sons of our correspondents. All communications for the paper must be addressed to the Editors; husiness letters to the Publisher of the MESSENGER, Easley, S. C. Terrible Slaughter. FOR THE NEXT FORTY DAYS ROBINSON & WYvTT EASLEY, S. C., Will sell at the LOWEST tigires, the remainder of their Fall and Winter stock of goods, c(onl sistinig of Notions, Glothimr, Hardware, Groceries. -md Grocers Drugs, in order to make room for thei...

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. — 29 February 1884

frfessialgtards. C. E. ROBINSON, Pickens, S. C. J. T. NIX, J.J NIX, Greenville. S. C. HamIptol, S.C. Niz, Robinson & Nix. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. PICKENS C. ., S. C. Will practice iI all t Ie Conrts of t he S,'taIte, 1n(1 of the Unii ite(- 8tates. Al biisluess shll receive prompt attention. . Jan 2.5-1 y GE0. W. TAYLOR. JAMES P. CARY TAYLOR & CARY, ..-ttoran.eys at Law, PICKENS C. II., S. C. Dec 14-ly A. BLYTHE. W. D. MAYFIEL.D. BLYTHE & HAYFIELD, ArTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, GREENVILLE, S. C. .1ractices in the State and 17 S. Courts. Prompt attention to all business. me- Office inl Law Ranige. -%l Nov 30-ly ADAM C. WELBORNT, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at Law, GREENVIiLLE, S. C. Iractices in the State and 7. S. Cjourts. 0111ce 1in Cleveland Block, over Isaac Clothing . Nov 30-ly BUY FINE CLOT HIN SHOES GREENVILLE, S. C. De 91._.._1 W. M. Hagood & Co. will s ell the balance of their IN T E so- ons Supplies ON fHAND) C .E-rAH'..AP W. 1vn, tI#QOOt 'a 00 Run ...

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. — 29 February 1884

WIlEN YOU GO TO It. will be more than a -"Dollar lit your Pocket " to examiune ROBERTS & DAV?D'S iillnellnse Stock of DRY G 00~8efore biviung,. Vant of Spane foi-ids up VivlN ;n1 nything like a full description of aIll the goos we keep; so we camn (oly give 1a partial price list.: Tome-mae bed-ticking that will hol'l water, 20, 22 and 25c, Extra h 'avy drill 7 A amd 8. ; kood sldting 5e ; leavy shirt ing te ; sPeting 1 yard wide. 6,1. 7 ani Sc. We sell the best Me0 bleache(l goo( in thv' vorbl, it is a fIll yalrd wide, anlld lerfc(tly fr'ee from starch. Ileavy .Jeanis 25c, Georgia jeans 4o, North Carolina jeans %7. 33, 41) :ill 45e. All-wool twilledl rel Fhunel only 25c; half--wool dress good(s..; joe; heaultifil chatmgeable r goods ,23C, worrh 25e. 'legant Silk et'eet. drezs good0(is 25e, wvorth 40c. Best lieiv of BLACK CASHMERES in the City. Ladies cloth for CIHIOU. LABS. all-wool, 1. yards wie, inl hhc~k, brown, green, gn-net, brolnze Walking .Jaekets and loak 1from T,:1(li's...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 February 1884

WHEN YOU GO TO It will bie more tluin a '"Dollar ini your Pocket " to exahine A ROBERlTS & DAV?D'M iiiinese Stock of DRY GOQOS before btyiig. Want of Space 'tdhkis 1114 geivin anything like a fnll des4criptiol Of all the got( we keep; so we C;ni (mly give 1 partial price list: ilome-made bed-ticking that will hohtl water, 20, 22 and 25c. Extra 1 avy drill 74 andil 8v ; good shiIting 5ec ; heavy shiirt in g 6ie ; shb'eting 1 v yr(1 Wide, 6(. 7 and 8c. We sell the best toe bleaclhed goods in thi O worl, it is. a full ylard wide, and perfectIy free from starch. IIeavy Jeans 25e, Georia jeans 410(I, North Carolina .ieanls 471. 33, 40 :M0l 45c. All-vool twilled red Flainnel onlv 25e; half-vool dres goods 10e; heanltifull chIangeavble dres4s groods 162.1c, wori 25c. Eh-g.it Silk Iett d eiss goo)(ls 25c, wol h 10c. Bet line of BLACK CASHERES inl the City. Ladiesz (lothl for CItCU. LABS, all-wool, Ill yards wide, in black, browni, green. g1u-nt, boz alild blle, R1..00 and 1 .10. Walking...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 February 1884

W E'1IEN YOU G(' TO It wvill he lnior than a "Dolilar III your1 Pocke't " to e'xttnine ROBERTS & DAVID'S intIEinus St ock of RY GOO)DS hbefor ,ntying. Wailt, 41f Space forbilds m i.ving anything') like a fuill dleseriptior 1f a11 ll - h rgoq)l, wNe, keep; so weT (63: Imty giVe( );I rt itI price list: 0ll 11ne-in141le bed-tictking th1a1t wxilI hlel water, :0, 22 antd '25c. Extrol b -avv drill 7 :und Sv ; good slltingo Sc ; heavv hirt i Ih- ; 6v h-et ing I yard Wide, 6:1. 7 anI Sc. We selI thevI h:e-t 10l bl,:ehe1 o in r( h orb, it is- -1 hul1 yatrd wv i ide, ail perfect ly free fromII tarch. I Ieavy .Jeanls 25v, Georgi jeanw 10c, North C'arolinla Jeans- %)7. 33, 41 :nI( 415e. All-wool t willed redt Fhunnlle only 25c; half-wool d re s goot Is I JOe hean it iful chin Iigbe dresWc In s goi m s 12. v, wMIr-h 25-,(. Elvgatnt Silk et~vet dres', good0 s 25-w, W(1r1h 10(l. Hket lint( (if BLACK CASHMRES in the ('it y. Ladie vlotl for ('I 1I. I,.IlS, all-woo. . vauds vide. inl hl:Ick, brow...

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. — 7 March 1884

- + . e4. '' ".. .' g * 4# 1 '..4 4 01 r I I 4 rz 1xA roAsCf, razP 3tO x zrs8 szfoorA isz SHZs VOL ASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY Ml.I 7 1884. C 7Uoiirtn The e a. lots ofii lpu COt 10hg, it , kn.$. todo itk On 'U geccustomed to It. Do yo a hlg moderately, As WS p1s4, not a favor; M~a st~ y itadds greatly !0 thlant fl ivor. Court yQura-~etheart in the kitchen, in the parlor, li the park;. And you'll.find the most bewitchin' Timq~for courting after dar'k. Court for lo-ve; most women like It, Nay, I am oortalu they all do; And the fellow who can strike it Once will hanker for it, too. Court a woman for herself, sir, For the virtue that Ia in her; Don't go courthigifor her pelf, sir; You will rue it If you will her. Court a woman boldly, bravely; Never court her for a tool; When you do, shei'll tel you naively How a womani scorned can rule: Conrt'a woman for a wife, s1, For a mother good and true; And nmgv ord yog'll.tlzad this life, sir, Paradlse eonough for yotu. And such courting heat...

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. — 7 March 1884

1. - . itrEAil AA,1 ...' _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ (IZYT ?ZJCAY, S~ CAROLINA, FIA' Ai 17884 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S Z Z A ~ 7 6 a Trhere's lots of fItp iun cont'thig, Jtfotg itn ti ky tU: p nt's Ni a i glp$ iul of spfnting On1Pee geO ccustomed to it. Do yOlW*io iuthig moderately, As not a favor; Ma tg yt: litdde greatly T I leiant fl:lvor.* Cotirt yoir a vetheart lia the kitchen, in the parlor, li the -park;. And you'Illfind the most bewltein' Time for courting after dark. Court for love; most women like ft, Nay, I am certaiu they all do; And the .fellow who can strike it Once willhanker for it,, too. Court a woman for herself, sir, For the ,lrttue that Is In her; Don't go courting'or her pelf, sir; You will rue it If you win her. Court a woman boldly, bravely; Never court her for a fool; When you do, she'. teaph you nalvely Ilow a woman scorned can rule: Court'a woman for a wife, si' For a mother good and true; And mypwor yog~ll tind th~i Uf...

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. — 7 March 1884

1 ir, AxxW. ? cii, ri' xoiz irs sirooii ki w VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY MAt"1 7,188 Courtlui. There's lots of inn In courting, ,f you know the way to do it; It's the 4iQcest kdad of sp9rtiig One. you get accustomed to it. Do your.courthiig moderately, As a b'usincs. not a favor; MakO.efastq ggwly, it adds greatly To ttien a piquait fl.ivor. Court your sweetheart in the kitchen, In the parlor, in the park; AndI you'i)l fin( the mfiost bewitchin' Time for courting after dark. Court for love; most women like it, Nay, I am Certain they all do; An(l the follow who can strike it Once will hanker for It, too. Court a woman for herself, sir, For the virtue that is in her; Don't go courting for her pelf, sir; You will rne it if you win her. Court a woman boldly, bravely; Never court her for a fool; Whien you do, she'll teach you naively How a woman scorned can rule: C(ourt a woman for a wife, sir. For a mother goo(d and true: And my word you'll alnd this life, sir, Paradise en'o...

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. — 7 March 1884

An Appeal From L. I. Redmond. The following letter from Lewis R. Eedmond to A. B. Williams, editor of the "Daily News," and puiblished in that paper, speaks for itself : AUBURN, N. Y., Eeb. 20. SIR: I received a letter fron my old friend, W. G. Fields, a few days ago, speaking of some of my old acquaintances of former days past and gone, and your name was among the list. So I take the 6g portunity of addrebsing you.. I amu in a critical state of health at this period, lingering as it were, be tween life and death. My physi cal health is fast on the decline. I have the consnmIption in its worst stages. I spit a great deal of blood. I have been living in hopes of returning to my native land ere this as the climate does not agree with consumptives here, as it is cold. There has been snow on the ground since November past ip to date, althoulgh.quite moderate here to-day. * * * * I ascertained a few days ago that persons whose names I will not mention here, having nothing to do but troub...

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. — 7 March 1884

j. B. WMVOW Ed4itoy and Pr.'pt. ?Bute.m4 --( tht Postofic at 'Batley. t & C., Sk' psotd 0-l(as Matter. '0 OF. SUBSCRIPTION. One year strictly in advance ......$1.00 Six onth " " ..... .65 RATES OF ADVERTISIN.. Ope. sqaare(1igh) 1 insertion......75c Eahc subsequent insertion...,........40c j1beral discoutt on epntracts or by t the coltmin, halt or quarter coliumn, Marilake nottees free 'and solicited.- t Obituarles over 12 lies charged for, Qresapp dtits to -usure attention, m"ust give their if. address. We a re irt responsible for the opin- . ions of our correspondents. All. conpiunlcations. for the paper must be adiressed to the Editors ; btsiness letters to the Publisher of the MESSENGER, Easley, S. C. [For The Messenger. Ediucation. and The Free School Sys System In South Cerolina. Mit EnlrIxoR: As you have solicited correspondente to your most invalua- I ble and worthy paper, I have there- I fore concluded to giVe 3 on dd the public a few of my views on the sub je'dt of Edik...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 7 March 1884

jihe gjanlegj Jessenger. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. TilE "NEWS" AGAIN. . 10 The case- of murder, and other , evil anm painful results of' whiskey p drinking in the city of Greenville, m .qhould be made the subjects of the 01 profoundest consideration for all'a the inhabitants of our neighboring I, city. When life itself is jeopard- v ized by the ill use of intoxicating sl drinks, then all thoughtful and sen- i8 sible people should at once hasten a to adopt such measures as will p prohibit murdcr, as well as the n perpetration of such acts as are ti well calculated to horrify the sen- el sitive minds of sober people. e Thice weeks ago, just after lte tI recent murder in GrI'Ceuiville, the 'i foireman of the MEvssian wrote N an article supposing whiskey to be d the cause of the murder. The I "Daily News" took issue with the a MESSNGFRnald claimed that vhis- . key was not the cause of it, al leg- ed ing that the parties vere sober. A As yet. however, the 'News' has not claimed that the row ...

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. — 7 March 1884

*ke %nsfeg 13vsesuger. LOCAL ANDI COUNTY MATTERS. Legal Advertising. -Partes having Legal adver-tisements to publish, are reminded that there is no law govern ing the matter, and guardians, admin istrators, executors and others, can have their printing done at any office they may designate. A&*As THE MESSENGER Offers a much lower r'ate for such work than has been the rule heretofore in this section, those having (he interest of theirl charge in mind, will malkg a note of this fact. -.List of appointments for the An dersob Circuit of M. E. Church : Fairview, 4th Sabbath h1i each month. Harmony, 1st " " " Smith's (happel, 2d Sab. " Savannah chureh, 3d Sab. " M. E. McKissicK, P. c. W. S. GREGoRY, or Foreman and Ptblisher, is authorized t6 receive and receipt for subscriptions, Job work and advertisements for Tun MEPSENoER O"'Mr. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. the I st, will become the traveling agent for TIMI MESSENGER. -The weather has been bittei cold. -Rev. W. I. Kirton, Is very sick....

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. — 7 March 1884

UOUNTRY NEWPAPERs.-Under the above vaption, the Philadelphia Times, I a journal of unquestioned excellence, I has the following to say in reference I to the value of a local newspaper to the i section it represents. The article lsi full ,of sensible logic and carries :with it the force of truth. The TIm6e4-ays 6 The country newspaper is thi Mfost useful and least compensation of all the agencies which stamp the impress of progress upon villages and inland cities. Without the aid of local news papers local towns are, as a rule, thriftless-ani0ead. It is common for small great men tq speak with con tempt of the locat newspaper, but the village newspaper makes more great men out of less material-more bricks without straw-than any other factor in politics, and Iim the one ladder on 1 which muen clinpn4olocal dist inction as the beginning of -wider fame. The ad vent of the local newspaper has always dat,1kd the increased thrift of the coin in y The local newspaper is the life offte local...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 7 March 1884

(From the Greenville Danl gewOj People inihis section are growing nervous in ference to the frequency of v1614nzt wind storms. Residents of the county and city had scarcely ceas ed talking about the terrible ruin oc casioned by the recent cyclone, when another one more fatal in Its results swept over Greenville and portions of Piekns. TJhose itizens who weie awake at 12, o'clock on Wednesley nilght (27t ul) heatd the wind rush. in'i rapfidy siA the'tiln sud dhal dash ing agstinstthe wiaidQw 0ains. A good maniy rnsidents here were alarme(,and, some gt up aind dressed, in order that t'ey r ki be prepared for thy utmost disaster. BA fortunately the wind, which was from the northeast, soon died a tayo an ordinary blast aid left us unscathed. The first bad news from the county was brought by a colored mail carrier, The wind seemed to con contrate its power on the places *f J. 11. Lenderman and R. C. Williman, whose farms are in the same locality. The outbuildings on Mr. Lenderman's place...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 7 March 1884

LEAP YEAR EPISODE. Can I forget that winter night In eighteen eighty-four, When Nellie, charming litWle p1: Came tapping at the door?,**' "Qood-evening, rpliss," 1 blui For in my hcart I knlv - And knowing, hting to t That Nellie came to W, Sh e clasped my big red ht ic iaij Adown upon her knees, And cried: "You know I love you well, So be my husband, please !" And then she swore she'd ever he A tender wife and true Ah, what delight it was to me That Nellie cane to woo ! She'd lace my shoes and darn mv hose And n(end my shirts, she said, And grease my comely Roman nose Each night on going to bed ; She'd build the fires and fetch t he coal, And split the kindling too. Love's perjuries o'erwhelmed her soul When Nellie cane to woo. And as I, blushing, gave no cheek 1 To her advances rash, She twined her arms about my ieck, And toyedl with 1m13' mflustaeble; And then site pleaded for a kiss, While I-- what could I do Ilt coyly yield to that bliss When Nellie came to woo? 4 I am engaged,...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 7 March 1884

LEAP YEAR EPISODE. Can I forget that winter night In eighteen eighty-four, When Nellie, charming little i Came tappir.g at the door.? "'Good-eyening, wriss," I bliulhIId For in my head i nv And knowing, hung tmy That Nellie cameto y v Sb e clasped my big red hand, artn fei Adown upon her knees, And cried: "You know I love you well, So be my husband, p)ease ! And then she swore she'd ever he A tender wife and true Ah, what delight it was to me kThat Nellie came to woo She'd lace my shoes and darn my hose And mendl my shirts, she said, Anitd grease Imly comel0y RIomn1Ii nose Each night on going to bed ; She'd build the fires and fetch the coal, And split. the kindling too Love's perjuries o'erwhelimed lie sol When Nellie came to woo. And as I, blushing, gave no cheek To her advaunces rash, She twined her arms about my oeck, And toyed with my mustache; And then she pleaded for a kiss, While I.- what could I do int coyly yield to that bliss When Nellie caume to woo? I am eiigaged, and p...

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. — 14 March 1884

21/U/T, LJJCF 1; 201?C1l, 2-/11------ -[1 --2 - 101 1 s VTOL. 1.] . 2ASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA,_F'RID)AY, MAiRWIl 14, 1884. [NO. 23. A Poetical Wdding. A couple Were[if married in Ohio, re cent y, it is sald, i 'the following po .MINISTER. This woman wilt thou have, And cherish her for life; Wiltilove anl comfort her, And seek no other nife ? * 11E. This woNan will I take That Stands besi4de mne now; I'll find helr boalrd ant? clothe''. And have no other "frow. MINIS1ER. Aid for your husbaid will Youi taIke this nice voulng man, Obey his slightest wish And love hh1n all 1 yOu Cal ? STIE. I'll love him all I. ean, Obey hii IlI I choose. Anl when I ask for funds IHe never mu1st refus.4c MI NISTER. ih'*Ii you are man and Wife, And haIppy may you bv As muany be your years As dollars is my fee. THE OLD, OLD STORY. She was the proudest WNoman I ever k new. 1oor and proud tLe1 Kathleen Langley ; but the adopted child of a very wealthy aunt, she had never felt the chilly blasts of. 1;poverty ; ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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