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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

Out of Love and Out of Debt. Of happy men the happiest yet Is he that's out of love an(1 debt, Who owes no kiss to womnih.ind, Who has 110 (111m to eraze his m1iiil; With heart. and thought autd conscience free Where is I he mian more blest. than lie ? "6Out of love auam cut of dleht," M1Lotto none will e'er regret. 1o all surrounding reconciled, Ile sleeps as sweetly as a child; By neither love or debt -listressd, His dreams but glorify his rest.. Ile never dreads the morn to see, For days with days in peace agree. "Out of love and out of d 'bt," Motto none will e'er regret, Who's had1 his share. of debt andl love Knows what the peace they rob hitu of: And, oie relieved of love and( debt, I lis slavery never Caul forget. No longer. will le hen1 ithe knee, But Sillg the pams of t he free "Out of love and out of Idebt," Motto none will e'er regret. alor alI the bliss that love cai grive, There's more of woe with love to live; Ile plulck: the perfect, thornless ro, Who honored mnihood...

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. — 2 May 1884

2_____ 64 _-_0227, XOiVE I07t 12'S S1100 12' &11.4VE. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1884. [NO. 30. The Faithful Housewife. I see her in her home content, Theyfaithful housewife, day by day, Her dudes seem like pleaspres sent, And joy atfends her on her way. She cares not for the loud neclaim. That goes with rank and social strife, Uer waysIde home is more than fame; She is its queen-the faithful wife. When suinmr days are soft and fair, And bird songs fill the cottage trees, She reaps a benison as rare, As her own gentle ministries. Peace Shrines Itself upon her face, And happiness in every look; Her Voice is full of charm and grace, Like music of the summner brook. In winter, when the days are cold, And all the landscape deal and bare, Ilow well she keeps her little fold, How shines the fire beside her chair! I Thlie children go with pride to School, The fathers toil half tulr'ns to play, ,So faithful iA her fruxal rule. So tel(y13' she molds tile day. T.et hi...

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. — 2 May 1884

- 71 eLF A .Z01, .J/ff 12-,2{0 L7'S SJIOOI '.SII'.W VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MA.Y 2, 1884. The Faithful Housewife. I see her in her homre content, The faithful housewife, (lay by day, 1Her duties seem like pleasures sent, And joy atends her on her way. She cares not for the loud aeclaim. That goes with rank and social strife, 1Her wayside home is more than fame.; She is its queen-the faithful wife. When summer dayvs are soft andm fair, And bird songs 1ill the cottage tiees. She reaps a benison as rare, As ier own gentle ministries. Peace shrines itself upon lher face, Am happiness i) every look; IHer voice is full of charm and grace, Like music of the summer brook. Iii winter, when t he days are cold, And all the laidsen p lead al bare, How well She keepsher little fold, How slihies the fire beside her ciair! The children go with pride to school, The fathers toil half mu111s to play, So f althful k her frugal rule. So tenderly she molds the day. Tt higher stationi va...

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. — 2 May 1884

Ehw fnleg 5eenger. J. R. HAGOOD, EDITOR. d DEVELOPMENTS OF THE C. C. G.& C C. R. R. The directors of this enterprise met. at Abbeville last week. Noj elaborate report has been made t concerning their meneting, but some Iavorable imformatlon has been received, regarding the success with which the financial agent in C Europe hopes to meet. The town- s ships will not be called to vote up- ) on the subject of subscriptions un til next Fall. The result of the r European agent's efforts will have much to do with the vote of the townships along the line. Sol( in a great measure the conple I ion of this road depends uPoll oth- b er help than ours, so long as it is in the hands of the present Con- T struction Company. A LITERARY FEAST. tl: Prof. C. W. Moore, Principal of f( ihe Etsley Academy, favored thegi &itizens of our town anid the sur-l' rounding country, on last Friday C Iight, with a truly rich literary 4 feast. Information was given se t hrough the columns of the M Es-Is sEx...

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. — 2 May 1884

g*h faseg 4gssezenger. Is R. UAGOOD1, Editor and Prop'r, LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS Legal Advertising -Parties having Legal advertisements to publish, ar reminded that there is no law govern ing the matter, and gtiardians, adinr istrators, execuitors and others, cai have their printing done at any offic they may designate. SW As Ti MESSBNGEI offera a mich lower rat for such work thati has been the ruli hetytofore in this section, those havinj the Interest of their charge in mind will make a note of this fact. W. S. GREOY, 1our Foreman anI Publisher, is authorized to receive an receipt for subscriptions, Job work an advertisements for Tim MwssnNoBi If.Mr. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. thi 1st, will become the traveling agent fo Tma MussmuWoa. -Canddates, before election timi comes. have your tickets printed at th mESSENGER Office, where it will b done as neat and cheaper than any where this side of Charleston. -Read carefully the Local advertise ment of J. -1. Morgan & Bro. -Maj. D. F. ...

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. — 2 May 1884

[REPORTED FO TiLE M ESSENG ER.] HOLLY SPRING ACADEMY. Closing Exercises of Prof. Tom Gal loway's Sehool-Dinner--Speech es by Singleton, Boggs and Du rant-Excursion to the Bald Knob Head by W. R. brlce. On last Friday morning the writer started out on foot from Rev. J. M. StewarE's accompanied by two cousins, Misses' Emma and Lena Stewart, to atten:1 and wit ness the closing exercises and en tertainment given byw Prof. Ton (Galloway's School at Holly Spring Academy. We reached the place some two hours before the exami_ nation commenced,and while walk ing around the church-the place of my first school days-I caught myself several times musing on the scees and incidents of my y outh. Every person knows sonic thing of the emotions caused by a visit to the home of his child-hood. We all love to dwell on tender re collections, kindred ties, early af tections and touching narratives mingled with all we know of our y.'outhtful days. Just to the right of where I was standing, I 1-earned to p...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 2 May 1884

gkhe fasig 4mesenger. J. B. IIAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. Rnte4ed a ithe lostoufice at Easley S. C., as Aecond Class Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly I advance ...... $1.00 Six months ". 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 invh) 1 insertion ...... 75e Each subseqient Insertion ............ 40c Liberal disconit oi contracts or by' the column, half or <iuarter Cohnn1n. Marhiriage notices free and solicited. Obituarles over 12 lines ch:rged for. Correspondents to insure attention, must give their full aldress. We are not responsible for the opin i0ns of our' correspotulnts. All .comuinmic-iatios fmr the paper must" be addressed to the jlditors ; hlushiess lett.ers to the Publisher of the AlESSwaOsR, Easley, S. C. Searching a Train. OrnuAA, A pril 23.-A body of nearly 200 men stopped the Mont gomery passenger train near this place last night by waving it down with a red light. "hen the train caine to a standstill the mob board ed the train and made a thorough search...

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. — 2 May 1884

11ydrophobia. One o' our old citizens, who r membere Dr. Goodman as an er inent phyician more than i gene ation since, requests the Courie Journal to pnublish the followir from the New York Herald. 01 readers woild do well to cut it o and.preserve it: Noticing, your remarks und the. head "Hydrophobia Remedy I enclose a - copy of celebrat< "Goodman remedy." The writ was treated with it in Philadelph 40 years ago by Dr. Goodman, whose family the remedy remai ed a secret for many years, and request that in the interest of h inanity you will give iteirculatio Yours truly, G. THE CURE. A dose for a horse or a ce should be about four -times i great as for a person. It is n4 too late to give the medicine at time before the spasm comes o Tlie first (ose for a person is or and one half ounces of elecampai root, bruised, put in a half pint ( milk, reduced to one half by boi ing, then take all at one dose i the morning, fasting until afte noon, or at least, a very light dii after several ho...

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. — 2 May 1884

How TO DISAPPOINT A BALKY IIORSE-A Leomilster farmer re (ently broke his horse of a "balky" freak in a very quiet and, as he claims, not a eruel manner. His horse is in excellent flesh and shows no signs of neglect on the part of his master. Ile drove him attached to a wagon, to) the wood lot for a small load of wood. The alimllal would not pull a pould. ie did not beat him with a clnb, but ho-tied him to a tree and "let him stand." Ile went to the lot at sunset aund asked him to draw, but lh6 Would not straighteI a tiug. "1 imiade up imy mind,'' said the farm (Ir, "'whenl thlat horse went to the bI al he would. take that load oP Wood. , The night was not col. I went."to the ilahi, got bIlankets and eov6rm the hoe't wam, and he stood until morning . Then lhe ie fuse(d to dralw. 'At nonQ I went down and he probably was hiuingry and lonesome. IHe drew that load ofr wood thett first tiie I asked him.i I reitlrlied n11d gOt another load of wood befo'e I fe.1 hI-im. I then r'e warded him...

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. — 2 May 1884

Would Ye Bring Them Back Againi 61one to the land of life and1 light. Those whom we loe(-this fatal year! Risen to maiisions fai' :n(l bright, Dwelling in- God's eterntal sight, Those whomi we behl so dear-so dear. What have thy left us? Memories deep, Memories holr, te!nder and true; Yea, were deat h an endless sleep, These would not siumber, these would keep Safe from decay the- forms we knew. Deathless in God's diviner sphere, Rapt and serene our loved ones dwell, Complete in the bliss they prayed for here; .Perfect in love, in visions clear. Who il their sacred joy can tell! Wis(lom and truth and peace are theirs, Knowledge tiat deepens each pass Ing hour: Fruition to faith, and answers to prl1ayers, No conflict of soul, 'no weary cares, III that high life of immortal Iower. Shall we demand their return again, Dear as they were-to the sti ife once 1110re? Call them back to the grief and pain, Back to the toil, the fret, the stain, Back to the world from that beauti ful shore? No...

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. — 9 May 1884

VOL.1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1881. N Ende-ied (a tite J'osto f/ice at Rtuslc -1. ". a.feo)d 'ls Maier 'VI! 011u O SUBSCRIPTI11Om. onie y'ezr, strictly ini advance. .$1.0 six montlis 4 0 0.06 RATI'1S Ole Al)V'RT[S1N(4. one sylU8ct (I inch) I insertion .. ztwhl --beq1ietit isertion...... 40 Li beral1 discommit oil COnt ituacts or' 1) )1 itll-ies over 112 fiues cel rgeli fol *Orre~sponden'ltis. to i II5II P atten tiom ().I' ve O'1 il fu ftill -(1ddress. 'Wel ni~ ot responisilie for thei ()pii .011 0; 01114 ' )COIOVI(1(' nt s. hII1('~ I ttcrs to Oiw IulIii(' of. tit M I, (1U. j Al~1~,S C. -14 jJ, c* 9(, (xl. & C. I. fI.rm Ol te Pres :11111tit 114111lhei ;overliol' I I:12ood, (Coloniel j V. Boc1 en uzd ( oloiel ( '*uiu" ht- 1 of' this s;tntv, :111 (Thi (ii(L ,1!ndhz(' ( or111111 of tiiis vilhurie la1 . (4)~ no ot: kno1(w I Ile partlicuhlr the '.8~ WhichI'd thsjignleelsi, impkSiV n, tol( tac vile( htl~(i di l n lkwi beluvib ill 101~I th i1'scc-.) 10111( whomue theiri...

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. — 9 May 1884

fhe faleg 4yessenger. J. R. IIAGOOD, EDrroR. A VOICE FROM LIBERTY. Till LESSON TO BE DRAWN FROM IT. The "8Cntinel" of last week, contained a letter, written by v citizens of Liberty regarding th( Savannah Valley Railroad. ThiE correspondent is anxious abou the matter, and his desire is, thai Liberty and Pickens should unite, and aid in the extension of thi great enterprise. He wants it to tap the C. C. G. & C. R. R., at the Court House. Pickens in this event would become most fortu nate. The writer of the article, how ever, seems to realize Easley's en terprise, and her very progressive spirit, fearing that if Liberty and Pickens should "lay quietly upon their oars," "Eastey will secure the prize." Our enterprising lit tle town surely must have a very enviable reputation. Most assur (Idly, her character is such as to warrant the establishment of such an one. Now if our powers are consider Vd great abroad, let us give per petuity to the fact, and ever strive most earnestly to adv...

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. — 9 May 1884

-She fasleg aessenger. LOCAL AND COU PYl MATTERS. -Miss Docla Stewart Is visiting the family of Mayor Gignilliat. -Read notices of Ownbey Bros.,call on them and keep cool. -Chickens are scarce and high; Egga still retail at 10 cents; Butter at 15 cents; Corn at 90c. -We judge that she certainly Drew 1 him in, from the circumstantial evi dence in the case. -Farmers, call on OwNBicY BROs. B4 buying your grain Cradles. 9 tf -The fruit crop generally, Is full, and with plenty of bhckberries, &c., we need dread no hunger. -Mrs. Dr. J. W. Quiillian has sent to our office a nice sample of the new crop Irish - potatoes, grown by her. The'y are the finest we have seen so far. -Mr. A. M. Runion, oir popular Furniture Dealer, will accept our thanks for a good and substantial of fice chair. -Mr. W. A. Mauldin will please ae. cept our th inks for a nice bouquet of flowers, which camne f;om1 MIs. M.'s )eautifil flower garden. -Our kind Post Master has just, nade a large sup)ly of Folger's Lin...

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. — 9 May 1884

[COMMUNICATED.] Readings From Nature. n)SPIa"cTI'rsi -AND MB1;osPIcTvE-H Nat urally enough tle Agricultural ikt invests soie trustworthy and in tructive glimpises of science i the de lightful processes of expositions in the 1 wel culntre( field of the progressive farmer, obtaining clearer notions of the compil)rehensive mleaingsi of the great alithor' the universe, possessed of some special. knowledge, ilpr-ess ively proceeding in his discoveries with t the latest and best. i.mproved method, V to thoroughly adapt the land by tel- 1 lective appliances recited in every form, for universal propagation, well assured f (If the genial :n responsive nature of i the soil, jiustly to awahd that recom- t pense which his experienced eye enia bles him to grasp, knowing what has- t beeni exemplified in the propagation of plant-life, the Granger acknowledges there can be no success in the calling of a farmer without some intensity of emotion; and that man is not justifled in anytihing lie underta...

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. — 9 May 1884

(BY REQUZST.] A PRAYER FOR THE SOUTH AND WEST. Oh! thou who did'st the world create, And all things here below Thou who can't make a nation great Or lay an empire low. f Do condescend to hear otur cries, And send this blessing down, t And let us from oppression rise, And liberty abound. -bay no base t) rant ever sway a His sceptor here again, c And may we all be proud to say t We feel no galling chain. a Let freedom's standard be unfurled 1 In this delightful clime, An waive in ti lumpih o'er the world, Until the end of time. These blessings, Lord, we ask of t hee, i Oh ! grant us our request, a And let the sun of liberty Shine on the South and West. I i. W. i. t f(hurch firedorg. 0 Methodist Church.-Rev W. 11. Kirton, a Pastor Pickens Circuit. First Sunday at 11 a. i., at Dacusville, and at 3 p. in., at Antioch. Wednesday night before second Sim day, at 74 o'clock, at Easley. Saturday before second Sunday at 11 t a. in., at Tahor. Second Sunday, 11 a. i., at Pickens, t and 3 p. in....

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. — 9 May 1884

A Dry Cyclone. On Sunday evening last at. G.Iar nett, Kansas, was witnessed what the Kansas people are pleased to term a "dry cyclone." wircfh threw the whole city into a fever of ex citement. A special, describing it says it was plainly visible from the town For a period of nearly half an hour. It was so plain that tlie p)hotographers took good views of it from the city. A correspond ent of the Kansas City Times says it hai the appearance of a large rope, black in color and as large as a hogshead, extending all the way from the earth to the clouds. It was almost perpenidic ular near the earth, but leaned northward at the to) until it reaeh ed the clouds, when it stretched alimost horizontally through them for at great (istan(Te. Your corres pondent visited the scene and found that is was a dry cyclone, no water falling with it. It form ed near Westphalia., 17 miles west of Garnett and passed northeast .a distalee of 8 or 9 miles. Three m1iles Tiorith of Westphalia it caugh-lt Da.vi...

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. — 9 May 1884

IN SOLITUDE. I miss you, my darling, my darling; The embers burn low on the hearth; And stilled is the stir of the household And hushed Is the voice of Its mirth, Th91e rain plashes fast on the terrace, The winds past the lattices moan; The midnight chimes. out from the minster And I am alone. I want you, my, darling, my dlarling; I am tired with care and with fret; I would nestle in silence beside you, A nd all but your presence forget., In the hush of the happiness given, To those, who througb trusting have grown To the fullness of love in contentment, But I am alone. I call you, my darling, my darlin~g, My voice echoes back on my heart. I stretch my arms to you in longing, And io. they fall empty, apart. I whisper the sweet words you taught ne, The words that we only have known, Till the blank of the dumb air is bitter, For I am alone. I need you. ny darling, my darling, Wit-h its yearning my very heart. aches: The load that (ivides us weiges harder; I shrink fron the jar that IL...

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. — 9 May 1884

SUNLIGHT Al L THE WAY. '' ood-byue, Jennie, tihe road is long, And t he moor is haii to cross, lInt l yoNt kn(own t heire i.; (11nilger III the hogs ,1li( the marh inoss. So, keep in he foot-pat.lh, .Jennie, 4 Let nothing telopt yon to stray; Then you'll gvce saktely (ver it, or there's su'light: all the way Sinu iliht a Ill tle way; e So, nevel you fear, Keep a gool hea tt, dear, For there is sunilighit all the way."' 1 The child went, oil' with a blessing Anl a kiss of inot her-eWve; The daisies were down at, hvr fee(t, And the lark was sinlging above. )1n, oil in the narrow foot.- pat.l - Nothing coili tenipt her to S.r)y; So t he mloor' was vpassefl at niht fa . The had beeln sunligt all the way v sulighirit all the wvay;h A.nI sh -, sniling, sai-l, A,3 her h0ed was spread., ''I hal siilig4'hit ;all the way.'' Ani I. who followed the Ilma.idenm. Kept. thinking ;s I went, Over th perilois seas of life What luwI:try feet. are hent. If t h( CoIId only keelp the foot-pai th. And not...

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. — 16 May 1884

2iLrx, CzEx 1 roWcI; 271 .aOxx" OOS 811001C Ir sJri.L. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SO UTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1884. 2. * ea1i00 mJessenger. t Ente-ied at the Postoffice at Easley S. C., as Second Class Matter. C t J. R. IIAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. TERMS OF sUSCR1"lTION. One year, strictly i advance ...... $1 .00 Six mtioniths " . RATES OF ADVERTISINo. } One square (1 inh) 1 insertion ...... 5e 'Each 11 subsequen11t iisertio ............ 00 Liberal (lisconit on contracts or by the c01111h11, half or quarter colttumn. ' Marriage Iot ies free anll s(olicit.(l. C ()bituaries over* 12 lines charge I f (orrespomdvients. tW inlsurt atteitiot, must give their full :aIiress. We are Iot re.spolsible for the opin :on.s of oilr correspomlientls. I All onuninications for the paler1 must h :1w hiressed to tw El it ors1 11usiness letters to the Publishl er of the M!"ssi;N0oR', Easley, S. C. DON'T SLAM TlIE (A'I E. Now, Iarry, pray, dont 'Ilaugh at. at . Bult whnvli youl go so) hite I 'wish you w0ou1hl ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 16 May 1884

ifht CsTIrf ffiessenger. J. R. HAGOOD, EI)TOR. THE SUNDAY SCIIOOL PC NI AND CELEBRATION. According to ippointmitent last Sttiirday was the day for the Methodist Sunday School Pi'e Nic, It was given at the rnith spring at the foot of MaIldin's Moun lain, two andi a half miles West of Easley. It wits a gala (lay to the anxious hearts of Easley, and to others who had the pleasure of at t-ending the pie Ie.X About the hour of' 9:30 o'clock, A. M., the streets of our very pros perous little town were alive with people and handsome turnouts, who were preparing to go to that memorable scene of action. Lovely onvey aniices, filled with still love lier fair forms made real pictures. most beautiful to the eye. and touching to the heart. In fact, our pleatsalt little village will chl lenge comparison with anly other of its size. for t rue female beauty. The eye of the visitor is attracted by this beauty, ill consequeice of which We would not be left A lone iml our opi)o ion. The attendance at ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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