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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 9 November 1883

-ke eafIe __he gaJey esenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. EASLEY, S. C., NOVEMBER 9. BAPTIsTv Ciuncr. Rev. J. W. Thitehims, Pastor. Every fhst Sabbath at II o'clock, A. M., and at 7:30, P. M. Siuday School every Sabbath at 3:30 ('9clock, P. M. PRESBYTERiAN CHURCH.-(Mt. IPleasant), Dr. J. It. Riley. Pastor. Ev erv seconl Sabbath at II o'clock, A. M. METIioIs'T CIIHUCi.-Rev. S. P. I t. Elwl 1, Pastor. E very fourt I Sabbath at II o'(-loek, A. M.. and 7:30 o'clock, P. M. Every second Sabbath at 7:30, P. M., by Rev. 1). R. Browai Stlldav School at 9:30, P. M., every Sa.itbbat hi. SC ICIE(Mu for, andt reaT THi MnES SENOER. It will give you the news. MHs, W. E. IIO!,CoMnE paid Easley a visit, this week. Air. W. S. GRE()u y, oir foreiiua, has lloved his family to Easley. IT is a hard .year, but peace and prosperity still smtiile upon Easley. CoUtTr (tonvenes inl Greenville next Mombly mlorning1l. M a. MoAY iIEI, one of (reenvlille's lawyers, was in towin on TIe'lay. OWN BEY IROS'. "GAod as G...

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 November 1883

THE CAMPA10N GROWS HOT I A Serious Race Riot in Danville, Va. --.Mahione's Minions Routed--Sev eral Men Killed. DANvILLE. VA., Nov. '. A -otllfiet. o(ctred betweetia crowd of white and colored men this evening,! iI which Walter S. lolland. son of C. 1 ollali1. was shot inl the head. awal is su5l,post'd to be mortally womnded. and 'i'homa Seward was shot t brough t he body. Five nlegrOes' were killed, ail it is supposed 1anlY were woniidel. The bei'ing11h of the conieut vas tihe heating, )y one of the citizenis. of a negro who abused another negro for apolog-izrig( for anl apparen.lt ruldenless. and spoke roughly about :a citizeln. Some of bohIi colorsi interfered ainI a pistol was klocked Out of the liands of one of the white nkei and exploded. just theni tihte report reached an as seibly of wvhite t:itizens, who were inl sessioll about poli.ital llatters,,t hat a conflict vas goingo on in the Street. and they caline out, ill a )odly. As both clazses formed ill separate crowds., slo...

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 November 1883

The Easley Messonger. _ruli, like ;r torch, the more it's shooh, it VOL. 1.] 'EASLEYSOUTHI ANA. FRID)AY, 6171 8~. NT jghe f;urn flersenger. IAnered it the Pos li(ce (it Easley, S. C. <t tcw Clt aler. 11Ui IGENS, IAGOOD & CO., Proj'rs. 'T'ElIIIS OF SUBSCHiI PTION. O1e Nelr, strIetly ill a dv ulee.......1(o R ATI-:S OF ADVEtrISING(. One sfillm'e (1 inlch) 1 ilsert.ion......75 T'10h slIhsetinent inserIt i n ........10e L iheral dlisvoltutt on contracts or hv til e eolillill, I lf or (1lllt'1 er e<liiiiii). NI~ll'l~ge 101i<!s fr.(.( :and so livitvd~. Oituaries over 12 lines charget for. Cmar's pm 1(l.ll s, I I:.-,I I'e a t fet v It i , P\t g iv h111 i' fi llUI 1 1 l' . ) I. Wean r l not rsponsible- for theopn .0IlS Of ()ll (or'esp]mi ae11ts. A l i e i l c I IIe l t-t olls for tw he ape ur 1111 he :ltI4'e-sse-w t o t he EAl Ito rs ; Lusiessle tte rs (() t he Puiblishe. r fthe Mil.:ssi;N( , E Sly, S. C. Co(wr's)~miledl' Th 11of T i 'es4se-. "D)o the (itt. Hlint lies, lIwnresl...

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. — 16 November 1883

T11 E' EASJEY ACAI)IX'dY. I 0 ctleicte thie 1)liblil. uniad, ik, fouail ll I abli.lt.'(l namle. FTa'o. Moore lave- dit. ku' 1Nash'v Wvli:11t' It) Othler t eavl t'l. t'oiliidisliet. Ile has taiiij"iit ( lie, pubilic tumid of thie priiIW i1111)ordlaee ()f vdtni (cation. .11 (hoill!) [ hi-, tie( seflio l I I. 1-ieivetl a ~ai'i..eillat w~ill coimare f:1voi'iblv wvit il anv wilti ipavilil ills!j I Ieiii', I,:tre t'N(-,:t iolh;4.lv fiue, andt art.. thhe se'1 . I)rl l (Ied Hlv1 1nll hep 1ne\( r- :(rt.i ilo thc1Ill ill. * '4I 1 82t- 1.IW v4 Al c t!cl v4 ZM'V~~'i Ci'lit'-4).fit o' Ml( wciit (Ili o 1-hiC8 itclc upIli .IlC tl't 15 tlai i 4)4 'l1 4 t will h ii [loll'. qu ta110A 1 111evvle k'-ivtm (4 tLil- ., (if 1ih11 erel 4he whichli~ t# c*cilc ao, SIgt o IIM a~l fJ'l merits i its. fAo loo vI I ~ l sIlI ba WIle aVe 111111W li)1eIsgheing thatO the Ilacic. 1 workin ofN sc Ia. Ir: Ihng wol :I., t he (1001' of teip)tAtion to II ile holder ninch wVLel' thlit it, now St ands.t - paritively few men a...

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. — 16 November 1883

fit fnsleg pessrunler. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTER8. EASLEY, S. C., NOVEMBER 16. (IIUKCIIK DI)RECTOERY. BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. J. W. Hitelihis, Pastor. Every first Sabbath at 11 o'clock. A. M., aid at 7:30, P. M. Smuilay School every Sabbath at 3:30 o'clock, P. M. .P"RESBYTEIIAtI CliURCHT.-(Mt. Pleasant), Dr.'J. R. Riley, Pastor. Ev ery second Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. MI. ME'roDIST CHURCI.-Rev. S. P. I[. Elwell, Pastor Every fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. M.. and 7:30 o'clock, P. M. E4Ver'y secom i Sabblth at 7:30, P. M., by Rev. ). I. Brown. Sunday School at 9:30, P. M., every Sabbath. AmL Goods ill our line at iid-sill priees. OwNBEY Bils. MAJ. 1). 1. BRAIElY, of the "Sen tinlel", was inl town oniunay -W1E lmv no "ossum" story for this issue. ' As1Iv has beel alive wit b"comn Imercial t ravelers'' for tie past veek. M iss 1-LA (.iCLxYiiE, of Greenville, is paying a visit to hler family who reside in Easley. N . P. McID. AiLEXANi-'R, of Pick (ens, paid TI(E aESSENGAi 01o10 : iit Ot Mo...

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. — 16 November 1883

THE GREAT PENSION FRAUDS. Determinatio n of the Government to Bring the Rascally Agents to Jus tice. WASHINGTON, November 8.-T'he following letter from the Attorney General explains itself. Under previ ous instructions from him, Col. Cork hill, United States District Attorney at this point, has uearly Completed a num ber of cases of frauds upon pension elaimnts for the action of the grand jiry. le has received a large num her of fraudulent circtlais and letters explsaining the use made of thein. Ife is desirous that soldiers or that their friends having copies of such cireulars or knowledge of such attempted frauds wvillat once send him full information, and be particular to send the number by Which the ciailm in each case is known at the pension office: - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, WASH INGTON, November 7, 1883.-T-'I'o the Secretary of the Interior :"Referring to your letter of the 2nd inst. respect ing the appointment by the Commis sioner of pensions of a person to aid the Ujnited Sta...

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. — 23 November 1883

The Easley Messe nor rulit like v lordh, the mare it's shook, it shines. VOL. 1] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1883. NO. ffhI 9Musleg Mvesenger. Entered at the Postojice at Easley, S. C., as Second Class Matter. I UDGENS, 1 AGOOD & CO., Prop'rs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance......$1.00 Six months " "o ..... 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onie square (1 inel) 1 insertion ...... 75c .Each subsequent insertion ............ 40e Liberal discolmit oil contracts or by the colhimu, half or qtutrter column. Marriage loties free and Solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents. to isire attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin !ois of our correspoldents. All couniiilcations for the paper must be aldressed to the Editors ; buisinless letters to the Pubislier of the MESSENUo E , E asley, S. C. THE WIFE. His house she enters lhiere to be a light Shining withii len all wit hout is night; A guardian angel o'...

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. — 23 November 1883

file 1il5I 4, S twmilger. A. W. JIDGEN S' Editors. J. R. IAGOOD,d EASLEY, S. C., NOV. 23, 1883. OUR RAILROAI). We note withl interest the result of the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap :nd Chicago Rail Road, which was held at Aiken Court House lastt week. For some time general intere4 il this new enterprise had apparently been1 waning but a bri-iiter day dawned upon it, and Pickens County might well feel grate. ful to a few of her noble sons, who, by their thrift and ernergy, have helped to bring about such flattering signs of sue cess. While Greenville so strongly contested for the main line of the road she met her iatch in the ever-pro gressive County of Pickens. She was confronted by ien, too stalwait-like to be bul'ed oll' by every stentoriau ery, and was attempting to secure wil b too vain a hope, a deflection from the al tog(ether natiral route. We desire every 11aderl of THE MESSENGER to notice particularly the article oil the first pag1fe eni...

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. — 23 November 1883

fil enIeg $Iesenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTER8. 'EASLEY, S. C., NOVEMBER 23. CRIURCU. IDIUECTOUtY. BAPTIST CIIlUCH. Rev. J. W. ;lutichins, Pfistor. Every first Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. M., and at 7:30, P. M. Sunday.School every Sabbath at 3:00 o'clock, P. M. PRUESYTEIHAM CHURCH-.-(Mt. Pleasant), Dr. J. R. RIley, Pastor. Ev ery second Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. M MERTHODIST CHUtICI.-Rev. S. P. 11. Elwell, Pastor. Every fouith Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. M.. and 7:30 O'clock, P. 'M. Every second Sabbath at 7:30, P. M.. by Rev. D. R. Brown. 'unday School at 9:30, A. M., every Sabbath. --Crackers, Candles and Candy pri zes, "way down," at OWNBEY BROS. MR. W. M. HAooD Is still im proviig his beautiful lot. MRs. JONES and family, left us last week to make their home In Greenville. THE: erop in this section is nearly all gathered and sold. 'THE moderation of the weather was soon accompanied by rain. REV. D. W. IIOTT, has been called to Ete pastorate of the Easley Baptist Church. R1EV. S. P. H...

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. — 23 November 1883

[rFrom the Laurensville Hierald.] GREAT CONFLAGRATION. The Old Continental Hotel and Trayn ham & ial's Block lin Ashes. About day-break Thursday morning. 15th inst., the alarm of fire was heard by our citizens, and intuitively almost everybody made hi the direction of the ok1 Continental Hotel building, which, for some time past, has an ominous t in darbok. The fire raged fearfully, it being nompletely past control when dliscovered. It appears that the tire originated in the store-room of Dr. B. E. Martin, as the explosions oi cart ridges were heard iln that direction be fore the flames were discovered In any other portion of the 'building. Mr. Easterby, a cotton buyer at this place. was the first to discover the presence of fire. Waking up and linding tihe room full of smoke, he awoke Mr. Balle Crisp, who was sleeping wilh him, and Mr. Crisp, remembering that I here had been a little fire left in the adjoining room, hurried thither, think ing that possibly a coal might have pop...

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. — 30 November 1883

The Easley Messenger. VOrL1.EA, like t ford, /lAe RiOLrI it's Yook, ii EMBERt3 VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1883. N.8 g5he ileg essenger. Entered at the Postoffice (it Easiey, S. C., as Secdnd (lass Matter. HUDGENS, HIAGOO) D& CO., Prop'rs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in adlvaice ...... $1.00 Six miioniths " . 65 IRATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 inch) 1 insertion ...... 75c Ea1chsubsequent insertion...40e Liberal discoulit oil (!oiltnU1t.S Or by the coliini, half or (uarter Cohnn111. Marriagwe noti'es free anlld solicited. Obitaries over 12 lines el-arged for. Corresondets, to in'sire attention, must give their full laddress* We ai not. respolsible for the 0opin !ons of oir correspolndenits. All communiations. for the P'IPer miiuist he amlddressed to the 'Editors; ulinehss let tter, to the Pullblishri of the N ESSE~NGER., lasley, S. C. TIlE RING'S MTTl'lO. TI lover gavv the weddingr ring I nto t h golbslith's hnd ; "Irav me," , S h I si...

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. — 30 November 1883

aswt ggantry qggrucuer.el A. W. IUDGENS, Editors. J. R. IAGOOD, Ediors V)ASLEY, S. C., NOV. 30, 1883. POLITICAL PROSECUTIONS IN COLUMBIA. The United States Court conven ed in Columbia on Monday morn ing, November the 26th, with Judge Bryan, presiding. At this term of the court the political tri als will take place. District At torney Melton made out a list of the cases to be heard, and handed it over to t hep Oposing counsel for the defence. Only those that were on the docket when the court met lgst will be heard. Mr. Emory Speer, the United States District Attorney for the State of Ca., will assist. Mr. Melton in the prosecu tion, while J. P. K. Bryan, of Charleston, and other shining lights in the legal fraternity from the same nfamed place and Columbia, will, with combined ef forts, assume the defence of those in(licted. The sum of ten thousanid dollars has been asked for by the counsel of the accused,for the pur pose of defendiiig them. The ac tion taken with reference to these ...

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. — 30 November 1883

. ghe fgsleg m essenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. EASLEY, S. C., NOVEMBER 30. CIEUJRCIH DERIECTOrWt. BAPTIST CHURCI. Rev. J. W. 11itUh1n1s, Pastor. E very first Sabbath at 11 o'clock. A. M,, and at 7:30, P. M. Siunday.School every Sabbath at 3:00 o'clock, P. M. PRESBYTERIAN CHuRcH.-(lt. Pleasant), Dr. J. R. Riley, Pastor. Ev ery second Sabbath at II o'clock, A. M / METITHODIST CHU RCH.-Rev. S. P. If. Elwell, Pastor, Every fonrth Sal)ath at II o'clock, A. M.. and 7:30 o'cloc.k, P. M. Every Second Sabbath at 7:30, P. M.. by Rev. 1). R. Brown. Silda ly School at 9:30, A. M., every Sabbath. seen W. S. Giuuo.uy, our Fore mial, is authorized to receive and contract for Job work, &c.,for TiuE AIESSENGER Officec. INIR. CRoOKSHANKS, of Greenyille, was in town on Wednesday. A SINGING School will be tauight at Hlollybush next week, by V. Norris. - Ink at 10 eents per pint at, Ilnidgens & llidgenls. W. FLEC' i ER SMnI has been feastiig on wild Turkeys. le killed lour last; veek JI. 'T....

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. — 30 November 1883

Prof. J. H. Carlisle on Prohlibitioni. We take the folowing extract from Prof. Carlisle's Address delivered to the voters and citizens of the City of Greenville, on Friday night hast, as re ported to "The Daily News TIe speaker began by saying that tvo days ago, beforeC ie had fully de eilded to speak here, he was in a rooimi where three banners were being pro pared by young ladies. luiseriptiois upoln those bainiers,-whieh le hoped to see bornle in t rilinl ph, -fLIurInished h1t1n With the ins~mpirationi LO speakIi to t he people of Greenville ill bel(ial of tei peraice. Upon the first balner wCere the wvords "HomeSweet lome." How proudly men wolld read tI(L hat. Seltelice if the cause vas successfil ! It wa's an American phrase and nli Aineriean idea ; no foreigil Iaigutage lhad a word which would correspond in ieanilg. The drunkard had no home, for his terrible habit spoiled it. An orphan might carry that bainer ; we should think of hiin and his lihome. The speaker appealed to hi...

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. — 30 November 1883

Prof. J. H. Carlisle on Prohlbition. We take the Iollowing extract from Prof. Carlisle's Address delivered to tle voters and citizens of the City of (recville, on Friday niight last, as re ported to "The Daily News The speaker began by saying that, two days ago, before lhe had fully de vided to speak here, he wa1s in) a room, where three banners vere being pr - pared by youm ladies. lorseriptions upoln lst.e baniers',-whicihie nw hoped to see borile ill t riiiph, -fuIri nishet d him11 with the inspiration to speak to the people of Greenville irn belhalf of tem peranceC. Upon the first balntierI were tIhe words "Home.,Sweet Home." .1ow' proudly ien A would read that sentenice if the cause was siccessfIIl ! It, was an American phrase atid an American idea ; 110 foreign language had a word which would correspond in leaning. The drunkard had no home, for his terrible habit spoiled it. Ai orphan might carry that baiier ; we shouil think of him and his home. 'he speaker appealed to his he...

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 December 1883

Cs The Easly Messe rIl, like it forh, Iteo uare its shoal, it s/ ines L. i.] EASLEY SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAX?Y\ 7, 1883. Eni tered al the Foxtojlce (It E asIey, H.C, as3 Ac.n~ C111 asn Muller. 1iI' 1)GENS, IIAGOOl& C(O., Prop'rs. TERMS OF SIT u-SYI PTI ON. One year', strictly, inl dve...1 Six .nou( h " ...... 8 R A'T ES OF' A11>vI1'1t1 . (0ne sttr (1 inuch) 1 insertion ...... 75e 1.:eh S1 14su Ibse Ilent inserlionl .............I Liberal diseoit on countraciets or hv Ilhe -o u n '(111 u"Itlf or qulartker ou . Mariag Otivesi fr-e. :and solicifted. Obitmuries over 12 hles ch-11I.n-g(d for. Corruespolieni: t, to insuire at iout ion, 11111-4 gi0ve I lheir ftill : llress. We a re nt)I resp)ns1)1ev for I ih o )-1)1I-I !ons of or1 orlr.pondt'u-. 'All connuuientk:1ions' for filw Iaperl m bhe aildn:II'ssed woti Eitor- ; I usies ltters to Ithe Pub~ -lIcer of thc 111m.:vou Iin, Et a l l y, s C. Th -re's4 sminet hingo inl ih 11:111w (f K-ate \Whicb nuiy will cidemn; Bill li-lenl It(\w whil...

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 December 1883

se The Ensly Messenger 9,rutt Iike n, torrhb fhe more i lIOOIh, it sh~ines* UT CAROLINA88 . 9. E'ered a the Pox1offire (it s. C., (1a- A'CCon ('lars u ller. 111' IGENS, 1AG001) & CO., Prop% rs. TEl1MS OF SI BSUCiRPTION. Olle year' sI rictly ill :alva ce....... 1,00 -1iN 111011 IS Gs 5'-- ... j RAT!*:S O A)VI-H 'TISING. One squJlare (I ill-h) I iniser1tion.......75 V Eaeb subse lent inse i lon............. 10 Liberal liscotut mn cout rl:ts or hr 01h. c(1t1nn1, 1911f or qularter eohlIIIinn. Ma riage llotices in-e :ro anl Slii I. Obitu ariries over 12 lines esiaugel for. ( 'rre olulent S, to ilsun-. at tentioi, uli gIut gIv I heir flull a lIress. We : rv not respolnslible for ih11 opil. !on<- Of milorepo.ens Onl t'lllinini: lit sfor the pape mut . ath1re ss t S ) It Eliors I 1.-;i I wss lett I t o . I he I :1. 'hlkier of t hc 1 he ea~' i (j~lUr 1111 E~l11ae .\ ' tI i-: m V E0a le . ol. .1 hr en o lleI l ilI t I * nn lilt )f (or lil linlyl \Vll tyo luit) l e Ii Is a IfIiv1\ 1 Io ...

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 December 1883

gh zi.slqg 4]ege.ifgr. A. V. HUDGENS, 1 J. R. I1AGOOD), Editors. EASLEY,'8. C., DEC. 7, 188". [From the Greenville News.] A Card From "Sigma" THE EASIWEY NESSENGEl k not. a very laige newspaper. It is about; the size of a common pociket hlandkerchief. and does not Seem to set the co1ntry nire with its brillieicy, bit it seems to have ill-hiumiior eniough for the "New York Ilerald." Did you ever not ico, Mr. Editor. that a big- Newfoundland can take a joke with good nature and dignity while a small terrier of the bench leg variety-is forever snapping and snarl ing at whoever apIroaches him ? 'H E NIESSENGEt upsets its very sm)lall vial of wrath oin me because I N ery innoeitly an1d good itilre(ly call 46d attention to a ridiculous error' inl its church notices by which it. made the Slulday school services beginl at 1) p. in. I did not think the matter important enough to demand th siging of my Iaime inl full, and I don't see yet that it requires the solemnity of an order of e ourt to...

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 December 1883

She fxz.lg 5 exsenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. EASLEY, S. C., DECEMBER 7. PaBOF. MOORE, has nmoved ito one of Col. R. E. Bowen's cottages. MORE dwellings are much needed In Easley. V. F. GARY, and family of Liberty have moved to Our town. MAJ. R. A. C HILD,D. F. Bradly and G. W. Taylor, Esq, all of Pickens, were In town this week: MR. W. M. HAGOnD, was *pilte sick this week. He Is improving, and we vish for him an early recovery. WANTED, One Thousand bushels of Corn. Will pay the highest market price in cash. OWNBEY BROs. WE'are glad to learn that Maj. 11. C. Briggs is convalescent. We hope to see hin out in a few days. . REV. J. W. IUTCHINs, has moved into his new house on Table Rock street. IWE are mnder obligations to Rev. J D Tally for a few copies of tho Green ville Mountaineer, published In 1838. JOHN S. LATHAM, is moving to his reshlecie in town this week. We ex tend to him and family a hearty wel Colne. LooK out next week for the Law Card of Taylor & Cary, of Pickens. ...

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 December 1883

[Fron. the Greenville News.] Attention, Friends of Temperance. On Saturday night December 1st, 3883 the procemiL1on which i'arched through the streets with a band of iuisic cheering .) fo the success of "'the vet" or the \''License"I ticket, ap proached( with lively Ilnsle tlie resi dence of the President of the Women's Christian Temperance union, who is also the Recordilg Secretary of the W. %. T. U., of the State of Sout II CIroi n4a. They halted, ordered a deep s4 lence, theni began a succession of deep roans-occasioiilly interrupted by such questions as Where's your church," "Where's your church to night," Where's your dead ! Bring out your dead ! "We'll buy your dead,"' and other thhings too low to record. They then called aloud "Play the dead march to )r. Wallter," and they play ()dl it aid wNent oi' playing it. .1 went out inte the yar(l as they ap proached the house ti-t I inight for inyself know the inealing< of the dem onstration, as my humsbanid, Dr. Wal rer, was not a...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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