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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 14 March 1884

VOL. 1.] KAZLEY SOUT CAOINA FDY 00,R 17 8141. [NO!2 VOL. 1.] .EASLjEY, SOUTHI CAROLINA, FIDIAY, M\L('I1 [,184 NO 8 A Poetical W(d1iing. A coulple were marred in Ohio. re c41ntly, it i-1 said, i(I the followig po etie:gd style : . MINISTER. This womain wilt thou live, And cherihi her for life; t Wilt love an1d comfort her,. And seek no other n ife ? * 11E. Thi, wolnt) will I take That stands beside me inow; I'll find heri board anti clothesq. And have 11o other "frw.' MINIST ER. And for your lusbaud will Youl t ake this nice, young , 11 Obey hiS slightest wish And love im all you Cal y s1E. I'll love him all I canl, Obey him11 all I Choose. Aud when I ask for fundutt le niever nm1st refie.h MINISTE 4. Thi you are ma:n andl wife, And h:ipp.y may you be ! As manyi be your1 years. As dollars is m1Y fee. THE OLD OeD STORY. h She was the )r'Oudest Wo-man I eer knew. Poor and proud thlc Kathleen Langley ; hut the adopt d i rhiil of a very wealthy aunt, sihe h:il never f'elt the chilly blas...

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. — 14 March 1884

life and gayety, we had forgotter all about young Sanford's warn ing, when suddenly there was low exclamation of horror fron Kathleen, "The boat was filling with water 1 do believe we are sinking?"' It was too true ! The boat leake< at every seam ; the water was pour ing ; soon we should he beyond thb reach of human aid. I shall never forget that hour a long as I live. Fanshawe, livi( with fear, crouched in the bow o the boat and uittere(d never a wocd Mrs Langley wrung her0 lanlds an( alteriately shrieked and noame( -n-1ow praying, al(d now her voic< drowned in a storm of sobs an< tears. Kathleen sat 1ike a statui of stone, her hands fol(led, lie eyes benlt onl a spot Car 'away. On we (1rifted. The hoat rapid ly filling ; it was more than hal full. .1 Crept u11p to Kathleen fld pm my arnis around her. "'KCathie K--lathie," I (ied, "wt must (lie ! Is it not dreadfuil I? "'There are worse fates on earth she answered, her pale lips scarce. ly Seeming to move, and still hie br...

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. — 14 March 1884

ghe jnsletg Sessenger. J. IL. HAG60D, Editor and Pro'pr. Entesed at the Postoffice at Easley S. C., as Aecond Class Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance ...... $1.00 Six months " " . 5 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 inefi) 1 insertion ...... 75c Each stibserienit in ction ............ 40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, half or quarter column. Marriage notices free and solicited. Obituarios over 12 lines charged for. CoIrrespoidents. to insure atten.1tion, must give their full adrress. We are not responsible for the opin !on- of our correspondents. All commuiications for the paper m11 ust be addressed to the Ed itors; Ibsin(ess letters to the Publisher of thie MESSENG ER. iEasley, S. C. THE CHERAW TRAGEDY. Another Version of the Bloody Af. fray, which Places the Cslies in a Still More Unenviable Position,ete, From Wzlauesboro (N. C.) latellie M2a.rch 1. LaIst w(eek ve ga;1ve tie partienhu of a fight I".et wevin 1oganI CIsh,I the M:1-s1l o...

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. — 14 March 1884

he fasiry ffJessenger. J R. HAGOOD, .Editor. THE CASH CASE. It will be seen in this issue that we have given space to the edito rial of the Wadesboro, N. C., "In telligencer," with regard to W. B. Cash, who so dastardly committed murder upon the body of Marshal Richards of Cheraw. A foul,wan ton murder, to be chronicled, not only in our own State but that of others. A murder offering perhaps capital to the North for the abuse of the South ; or a murder calcula ted to give the South a bad name, while so;many of Chesterfield's pri vate citizens, ally themselves with the Cashes, and sympathize with them in their baseness and iniqui ty. Too proud already of the op portunity, are the Norhern people of throwing shame in our faces, and this sneaking offense, will probably embolden them to renew their efforts at derision. There is a claimed panacea for the crime of murder, but too un frequently is the murderer's neck spared the noose-hole of the gal lows. The same mercy that the jurors and ...

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. — 14 March 1884

She finleg $essenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. Legal Advertising. -Parties having Legal advertisements to publish, are reminded that there is no law govern ing the matter, and guiardians, admin istrators, executors and others. can have their printing done at any office they may designate. &"- As TiE MEsSENGER off'ers a mueh lower rate for such work than has beeni the rule heretofore in this section, those having the interest of their" charre in mind, will make a note of this fact. -List of appointments for the An derson Circuit of M. E. Church : Fairview, 4th Sabbath in each month. Harmony, 1st " " " Smith's Chappel, 2d Sah. " 4 Savannah church, 3d Sab. "' M. E. McKIssicK, P. c. -We are having tuore rain accom panied by wind. --There is a great deal of sickness in the county. -The Gash affcair is eicating a great senlsation. -Mr. M. F. Ansel, of ihe Greenville Bar, was in town on Tul Iirsday. *---Al ( he131013uoementits of 11. A. R"ichey for-SheriY inal( Laban Maulin for School...

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. — 14 March 1884

LEAP YEAR PHILOsoPHY FOR MARRIAGEABLE GiRias.-Don't love too many at once. Don't do your spooning in public. S Travel on trains that go through the most tunnels. Give your brother taffy and get him to be( before the chap calls. If you have any objections to to bacco, say so in time, or hold 3 our tongue forever after. Try to find out by some means whether your intended can earn a decent living for two. Dont fall in love with a man on account of a stunning ulster. Of what use will that be next July ? Be reasonable; dont expect a man working for $8 a week to fur nish you with reserved seats at theIti opera every other night. Deal carefully with bashful lov ers ; lea( theni gradually to the given point-(of prop)osal, of course). Tf possiblg try to suit your sis ters, cousins, aunts, grandfathers, a neighbors, friends and acquintan ees, wN'heu y.ou select your victim. -It is only in Em ope that young " men can know what they are doing in the vealy period at which they select a mate. It ...

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. — 14 March 1884

Ijropnmannuu gards. I Mr. F. ANSEL, J. H. NEwTON Greenville, S. C. Pickens S. G'. ANSEL & NEWTON, Atorneys at Lawze, P[CKENS C. H., S. C feb 29-t f C. H. ROBINSON, Pickens, S. c. J. T. NIX, J.J. NIX, Greenvilk-, S. C. llimptoni, S.C. Nix, Robinson & Nix, Attorneys and Connsellors at La1 PICKENS. IL, S. C. Will practice it, all the Courts of the State, and of the United States. AXll buisiness shall reeih-e prompt attention. .Jan 25-ly E-o. W. TAYLOR. JAM-S P. CArIv TAYLOR & CARY, .A-tto at L..aw,1 PICKENS C. II., S. C. Dec 14-1y A. BLYTHE. W. D.t MAYF1 E1.U BLYTHE & MAYFIELD ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, GREENVILLE, S. C. r'aclice8s in the Shae and1 P'rompt aittentin to all business. ai Officee in Law Range. - Nov 30-ly ADAM C. WELBORN,I ATTORNEY AND (ounisellor at Law,t GREENVrILLV, S. ''. Iractce.s in the tate and/ 17. S. Cour.s. Ofliee in Cleveland Block, over Isne Weil's Clothing Iouse. Nov 30-ly Terrible Slaughter. FORL THlE NEXT FORTY D)AYS4 ROBINSOiN & ...

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. — 14 March 1884

trouble half way. eNumbers of people really make thei se1ves ill by goigli out to net diS1Stc :111l moisfortulne-in other wvorls, -b3 fancving all sorts of ba(l things 'are a bout to ha1ppen to tiemi. As a Ile, not a tithe of those terri ble eveit tualities veve Occur, ain1 all th shrinking apprehension is tindergom for nothing.n. A mnil, 'especi:lly a family man am a father, ought always to prepare fo t he worst-for an instance, by insur ing his life. But. this is no reafson fo his getting up every morning and fanl yiIIg-.he Is goIlig to dIe before. 1noon! If people aIways lived wit'hin thwl meais, always had a little pit by, am 1never, let t1h fiture worry the'.'m 111ldil I, they wo (ul1d lead far happier live 1ah:i at preseit seems to be the es:ie. ToO TDi I D. -A certain voiug mat ill Grellwood recenv4.tly as.kcd :a -dken girl" to mary him while Ihev wn ouit prommulil. () evenlin at a so oiable.. She gave him a favorable an Zwer, buit desired tha.t the ceremonI should be perform...

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. — 14 March 1884

trouble half way. Numberts of people really make them selves ill by going oit to niet disaster and mnisforttune--in other wor(s, )y fancying all Sorts of bal things area bout to happen to t1 hem. Ai aIle, not a lithe of those terri be eveitialit ies ever Ocnr, aInd all the shrinking apprehension is ufndergone for nothing. A man, especially a fatmi1y man and a father, ought always to prepare for the worst-for a.11 instanlce, by insur ing his life. But this is no reason for his getting up every morning mn ud fanl vyingo, he is goliag to die 1)fore noon1! If people always lived within their me ;s, always hal a little put by, amd IneverP let Ihe future wvorry thm mind ly, they wouhl lead far happier lives 111:111 at preseut seens to be the enae. TOO T1 ID. -A Certain youing mIaII in G(r-IeINwooil reeIItly aQhe( I. I "Il 11'' t o mm-ary h. m while they were out promenilting one evemng:1 at aI so viable. SIic gave him a1 favorabliII an ever, but (esirel timlt the evrei'im h1oiild be perfo...

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. — 21 March 1884

VOL. 1. EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MfARCH 121,1884. [O 4 gith giz| QPeseinger. J. R. HAGOOD, Editorand Pro'pr. Ente.sed at the Postofice at Eusley J. C., as Becond Glsi Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On1e year, strictly in advance ...... $1.00 Six months " " ..... 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 inch) 1 insetion ...... 75c Eatch subsequent insertion ----....... 40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, half or qiuirter colmumn. Marriage uotices free and solicited. Obituaries over- 12 lines chiarP-ed for. Correspondents, to insure attention, must give their full address. We are not respoilsible for the opin :ons of our correspondents. All commuienications for the paper must e address,ed to the Editors bisiness lettei. to the Publisher of the MIESS1CNOER, Easley, S. C. Had I Never. I hul I nieve'r, never known thee, Th1101en my heart ha)d been my o.1, And the voice that now bewails thee; Letai'led to breathi another tone; I ike the Sta'S thlIL Shedl their glory, ...

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. — 21 March 1884

VOL.1. t"o ~u EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, W\ARCLL 21, 1884. [O 4 thie julegg Jense~unger. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Pro'pr. Enteied (it the Postoffce at Easley S. C., as Becond Clas Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance......$1.00 Six months t " 6.... 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 inch) 1 insertion......75c Eaich suibsequent insertin............40e Liberal discount on contracts or by the colm, half or quarter column. Marriage notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents, to insure attent ionl, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin !on1s of onr Correspondents. All communications for the paper mutist he addressed to the Editors; buisiness letters to the Publisher of the IESSICNGE. Easley, S. (. Had I Never. Ihuh I niever, never known thee, 'h10n Imly heart 11:1(1 bei my own, And the voice that now bewails thee; Learned to breathe another tone; Like the stars that slhed their glory, O'ir ...

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. — 21 March 1884

he faileg r sWHsetiger. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. A BURIESQUE ON COUNTY CON. VENTIONS. A Premature Meeting of a Part of The Republican Party-Holding A Caucus for the Election of Dele. gates to State Convention-One White Man Present. On Saturday morning last some of the members of the Republican party of Pickens county, met at this Place for the purpose of hold ing a County Convention for the election of delegates to the State Convention. Some of the leading lights of the colored si(de of the par ty, headed by Mr. II. B. Hendricks of Piekens,-the only white man that went into the caucuis,ald who was elected Chairman pro tem-all .of whom atteT pting to prove them selves loyal to their colors, after manouvering around awhile, met in the vacant building near the de j.ot, when without legal right they elected the Clairma n, and Clark Miller., colored, as their (lelegates to represent the party in the State Convention. It was a meeting, held without orders from the Exe cutive Committeeand was...

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. — 21 March 1884

5asIei 5e$$eslger. LOCAL AND COUNtY MATTERS. Legal Advertising. -PartieA havig Legal advertisements to publish, are reminded that there Is no law govern ing the iatter, and guiardians, admin itrators. execltors and others. ean have their printing done at any office they may designate. OW As THE MESSENGERi offers a much lower rate for such work than has been the rule heretofore i this sectioti, those having the interest of heir' Charge in mind, will make a note of this fact. --List of appointments for the An dersonl Circuit of M. E. Church : Fairview, 4th Sabbath in each month. Harmony, 1st " " Smith's C:happel. 24 Sah. " Savannah chureh. 3d Sab. % M. E. MCKISSICIC, P. C. W. S. GREGORY, our Foreman and Publisher, is authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions, Job work and advertisements for TiE MESHNoER. -We have had rian to fn)low some beautiful days. -W. M. Hagood has been very sick, but is much better. -Attention is called to theiadver Lisement of the Percheron Horse Comi...

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. — 21 March 1884

electdt Iory. e YOURS TRULY. a BY MRS., M. L. RAYNE. 'Amazing Grace,' said Mrs Pils- v bury, as she sat with her daughter a at their afternoon sewing, 'be yew e goin' to piece a quilt?' 'What fur, mother?'. D 'Why ain't Mr. Van Vleet been s to see you twice't runnin' lately ? t He's, axed ye, I s'pose, to hev s hi Mn?, 11 'An' I gav him the mitten.' 1: 'Sho! You wouldn't be half so 9 silly I Why, he's wuth a dozen or- r dinary men. You mought go fu- e ther rnd fare wuss.' 'Jest what I'm goin' to dew.' c 'Did yew tell him so?' 'No, I writ; now, mothier, let me ( be ; I ain't a goin' to marry no man t thet thinks I'm jumpin' et tlie 11 chance. I'd a heap rtuther be an 1 old maid.' There was nothing said for some, time; then the widow asked: a 'When did yew write, Mazin?' 1 'A day or so past.' 0 'Where did you git a pen?' 1 'I borrowed one. Mebbe you'd e like to know what I said tew him.' c 'You've guessed rite,' said the a widow eagerly. 1 'It ain't nuthin to nobody but us, mother, s'...

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. — 21 March 1884

SI14e of W. T. Barrett. (Condensed from Daily News.] On Friday last, W. T. Barrett com mitted suicide in Greenville. He was an Agent for an Insuktauce company, and had became a defaulter to his com pany. A coroner's inquest was held, and the following testimony elicited: After viewing the body of the deceas ed the inquest was adjourned to the City Hall. The first witness sworn wias John E. Wilkes. Hlis testimony was to the effect that about 6 p. n. Mr Bar rett came to the store of Dr. F. A. Wal ter and stated to the witness that he had just gotten out of a buggy with Dr. Rutledge, and that they had been to visit a servant girl in the West End who was very sick, dying of consumption. ile wanted to know how much forty powders of morphine of a quarter grain each would cost and stated it was for charity. Witness replied that inl case of charit3 the charge would be 50 cents, and asked why Dr. Rutledge did not come hinself. Mr. Barrett replied that he did not have time, but had sent him a...

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. — 21 March 1884

A SLIM CIANCE.-"Don't you believe that marriages are made in Heaven," asked Mr. Yeast of Miss Prim the other day. "I most certainly do," replied the lady of uncertain age, bright ening up iat the Very suggestion of a proposal, and throwing her head on one side in her endeavor to look coquettish;I "but why do you ask me?'' ''well, I thought you did,'' was the young man's satisfied reply. ''But why did you think I did?' persisted the antiquated maiden, almost swallowing her overskirt in her attempts to appear captivating. 'Well,' responded the heartless young man, lighting a cigarette, and getting at a respectable dis tance from his antagonist: 'it does not look as though there was much chance of your being married be fore you reached there!' ON Ti LOOKOUT.-A young man was standing on Chester street smoking a cigarette and blowing the smoke proudly from his nose when a gentleman stopped and said to him: 'Will you be kind enough to fa vor me with your name and ad ( ress ?' 'And why sho...

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. — 21 March 1884

An honest husbait "you shoul seek, Without rep .roach or tear; Nor abould you stop until yau pop Tihe (Itlestion of the year. Don1't hesitate or. Specultate Oi how, or when or where, Or if he he rover free Or modest miillionaire. lie sure you're right then go ahead, And with a firm resolve Determine to go in and win A man who-will revolve Around you with devotion true, And tp yotir chidings hark. Whate'er yon do, we say to you, Just matke him toe the mark Salt for the Throat. For many years paslt, indeed we may say during the whole of a life of more than forty years, we have been subject to a dry, hacking cough. which is not only distressing to ourself, but to our friends and those with whom we are brought into business contact. Last fall we were indulced to try what virtue there was ill comm11non salt We commenced by using it three time. a day, mnorinr, noon and night. We dissolved a large.table-spoonful of salt in about half a tuimiblerfil of water. \With this w-e gargled the thro...

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. — 21 March 1884

The Old Man in the Stylish Church. JY JOHN H. YATES. Well, wife, I've been to church to-day -been to a stylish one - And seein' you can't go from home, I'll tell you what was done You would have been surprised to see what I saw there to-day; The sisters were fixed up so fine they hardly bowed to pray. I had on these coarse clothes of mine not much the worse for weat But then they knew I wasn't one they call a millionaire; So they led the old man to a seat away back by the door; 'Twas bookless and uncushioned-a re served seat for i he poor! Pretty soon in comes a stranger, with gold ring and clothing tine: They led him to a cushion-seat far in advance of mine; 1 thought that wasn't exactly right to seat him lip so near, When he was young, and I was old, and very hard to bear. But then there's no accountin' for what some people do; The finest clothing now-a-days oft gets the finest pew; Bnt when we reach the blessed home, and undefiled by sin. We'll see wealth beggingt at the gate, wh...

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. — 28 March 1884

-IT ZC * 0 EASL e y, SOUT 7AOLIA, FRIDAY, MA RCII 2 4 VOL. 1. '~EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, NCI 28, 1884.-N. 5 J. Rt. HA006,11dfter and ProWpr E'nte-led ait the. l'ostoffice al Eusl S. C. a " or C ar rrjr F 0 11 e s litqlhi-f1 in. .75 OtI-e,1 SL, A41 't F.:wh sub' aUt ha ort .30 L i ber~aI pt.it 1 the colu htfm 3I Ihcited Oli1 fd'iCd f or. Coreso o Ilm Mtetntion, inust &Ive their ad4 rows. We are niot rb bkible for' the opin. .A of our (corres fdelits. All CommunI I en11ctinlois fo)r the pape imist be address(etl W.ithie Editors : I u'siness letters to the 1u1blisher of the M!ISSE4 NWER, EaseV, S. C. THE FARMER'S WIFE. Your litera Vry tribiial may not i ward twe prize to the following poen, but me author claims for it that it is trut it Nature aid as good as Ten ysoii h plinctuatiol, for if you I omIaI! thc oaima in the ihrst line of verse 2 you will nake my b1 roinev "mLiilk her von Cmthe topmlost bgh' o, INw, Lerc we gro.1. I. ( ' the farmr's wi1e h i atolson life. '3he ri...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 28 March 1884

*ke (asleg *0essenger. J R. HAGOOD, Editor. THE COUIRTS. The subject of Courts is one that is attracting attention now, from the fact, that in two or three counties of the State, there has been no term held on account of the illness of two of the circuit judges, viz: Judges Aldrich and Pressley. There is no provision in the constitution by which thi4 evil can be remedied, and the cases call for some provision. It will doubtless receive its proper atten tion at the next sitting of the Leg islature. Regarding this subject the Columbia Register says: The simplest plan of remedj ing the evil complained of would be for the Legislature to authorize the ap pointment, by the Cheif Justice of the Supreme Court, of a Judge pro tempore, whenever the illness of one of the regular Circuit Judges prevents him from holding Court, the said Judge pro tempore to re ceive a per diem compensation for his services. The law now provides for a substitute whenever in any particular case the Judge, who is h...

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