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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 16 May 1884

ghe fasleg 4jlessenger. !JOC AL AND (OU NTUY MA'TT1ERS. W. S. GREGO[RY, our FOreman and l'o,1blishier, is authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions, Job work and a(dvertisemneIts for Tii ME..SENGER. TO CANDIDA'ES. We have received a nice lot of paper, ordered expressly for priniting your I ickets, which we Cal do with leatntless and dispatch, and what is better, as chealp as Canl be done inside the State. We respectfully ask your favors when tle time arrives for yol to have yourl work done. And to all we would sy,I give us your Job work of every de scriptioln, and help uIt oi to 11111 a het. ter paper, which will thus eimble us to struggle the mon for the <levelopmeInt nid building up of our (ouit y. -(' . J1 . 1E.E. llagoor, of ('harleston was inl town on MOonday last4 ---Dr. J . (l-li-le's .stay wNill b lintitedi. G'ive lIim an l arly call. may 1 It. --The la ys are pretty and Spring ike, but, t he IIIoin1igs :re ral her cool. --Mr. J. T. 1lerd :and 'Mr. WNarre 11)-d ...

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 May 1884

Wischief Done by Good Natured Peo. ple. It is rather remarkable that what. are called good-natured peo ple rarely undertake unpleasant (uties it they can possibly avoid them. They do not like telling disagreeable truths, however urg ent the necessity for so doing, but transfer the mission to a sterner frien( with some such phrase as, "I should not like to (1o it," or, "I should not like to say it," just as if the habit of tLeir lives was on 1v to what they liied. Indeed, the good natured people we are de scribing are rarely generous in a grand way; they are seldom capa ble of self-sacrafice. If they are rich they give money rather than take trouble. It" they are people of leisure they probably give time, which, perhaps, is not very pre (ious to them; but doing some-. thing they greatly dislike, in or der to benefit another, is a virtue 1 too rare to be found among them. There is a form of deception, too often considered very venial, with 1 which so-call good natu red people, if they...

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. — 16 May 1884

[ORIGINAL.] "THE OAKS. I'lie Oaks" in solenin majesty ascend, Reariig aloft their ponderous arms; I u vain the tempest's force has striven to ren( Tle sinews proof 'gainst Boreas' harms. A century's snows have lent cach moss grown111 lim1b, A gnarled aI hoary splendor, A 1n1 as we paused t beneath the giants grim, Onu language could not .etnder Thie steri yet graceful beautty inl each curve, Which wakel to faney's sight, A-s in the swaying winld they gently Swerve, Visions et hereally brighlt.; They rols.led from memory's dusky celj A sense of jovs long past, A id soft :as uisic fromit a disdait dell They whikpered rest at last.. I love the somilbre graldeuir of 1hose t rees, I love t heir rigg.ed pridle. I love, wihen evening woos thle tvi light. breeze To 1iinger I here, by her angelic siule. I Near ('larle-st on. S. ('.. May 3n1 . ()mN I:NI CAIr . I Some Things About Easley. MI. Eirron: It is very natuii ral for' every oa11(1 heart to feel that "charmn from the skies" wIiich hall...

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. — 16 May 1884

- ghitnrh Qirectory. Methodist Churcli-Rev W. I. Kirtm, Pastor Piekens Circuit. First, Siunlay t, I1 a. n., at, Dacusville, a114 ai 3 p. m., at Antioch. We(3lnestly iight before seconi Stim day, at 7. o'elock, at Easlev. Sat IirIlay before con(l Sif l l at I I -1. mn., at. Talor. Secon( Smiday. Il a. m., at Pickens:, and 3 p. In. at. Iethlehem. Saturday before th'rl Siiday, at I a. Im. at Mt.. letlI.elI. Third Sunday at It a. In., Salem, and( at 3 p. in. at 'owter's Chapel. S-at1ur1day before foorth Stlday at 1! a. in. at Union. -'ourt.hi Sunday at 11 a. i. at. Easley, and at 3 p). n. at Zion. Haiptist Chureh-ch-Rev. D. W. Htiott.1 'irst. Suutlay, 11 a. Ill. and 81 p. Iml.. :and Saturdaty before at h n. m.. at EIaslev. S. C. 'rayer Ilectig)(). every Thursdlay nigh t . Sundlay .-4elmoi each Sabbatdi at, .1 p. Im. Secoatl Sundlay at Giritiin church atli .i. Ilt ; Saturday befort' :t. 12 in. At Presbhyteriaui churebl, PeesC i at. 3.1 p. m. 'hird S1itnlav at (eitral at I i .. Il.: Satur...

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. — 16 May 1884

THE SECRET. She had nio wealth of flowing tress.es; She had no wondrou, store of tit: . Ier hair and pilrse, the bard coifesses, ri Were rathr thin. She ha<1 no gonl-ensuaritng glanos, a Aid Ii her che6k wis ne'er a dinple; t She stirred io poet's errant fancies, And looked half simple. a: Bitt yet she won the hearts of all men, And had more offers in a week From good and bad, from short and le tall men. Than Famxe cani Speak. You wionder, then, whit was her dower i Well, I will try to tell you briefly; so It was her taffy-giving power, Foremost and chiefly. Harward Lumpoon. u w Unreasonable Opposition. sl In announcing himself as a can- 1E4 didate for the Legislature, in New- tl herry County Dr. S. Pope uses the following language: W "I am1 opposed to an appropria- u1 tion to the State University unless a the standard is raised so as to make it an institution giving a I higher education than can lbe giv- a en br our colleges, so that young f< men graduating at sectarian and r...

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. — 16 May 1884

GRANDMOTH ERS. Grandmothlers are very nice folk:. Th-v heat all the aint s in ereationl, Thliey let a chap (h) what he likes, And (lo1t worry about eilucation. I am suiC I e:m't see it at. all. What a poor fellow ever eoul d o For apples. pen.1i(es :1n11 cakes Without. a granimotiher or two. And if he is had nov and thnfi, And makes a ginat, racketing noise. They only look over their spee And say, "Ah, boys will be bys! "&Life is Only short at 0e best.; Let. the children he h:inpy to-day.'' T'hen they look for a whil oat the sky, And the hills that are fat . far away. Quite ofteni au twilight comes on Graitlimoth,-rs sing hymns very low To themlselves. as they rock by the fire. Ahouit heaven. :u whore they >hall And( then a hov, stopping to think, Will find a hot tear inl his eye, To know what, will emue :11 hist For "raulmuothers have all 1.) die. I vish they cohil stayN, here :nl pray. F a hy neeis their praver-z's every 1-omne boys; more 11h:11 other-Z.1 'o Snech as I nece...

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 May 1884

.2%.~. -~!k' L ' .4 20tr I, /A .MXORE I2'8 c.Y1100 X 17 8i1A4 N. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIIDAY, MAY 23, 1884. [NO. 33. ,We fasiet messenger. Ente.'ed at he 'Instof-Mee at Easley S. C., a s Iecond Cl.a% Matter. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One veair, strictly ii aiv ice ...... $1.00 Six tulonths " ... 6-5 RATES OF ADVERTIIN. One sqire (I inehi) I insertion...... 75 IEavch stbseq(it t. inserioii ...... 40e Liber'al (lis(Count oil coitracts or by the cohuim, ha-lf or qua~lr onn Nariag( notIn ce free anid Solicited. Obit il e1(A (ver 1'2 lin tes ('hlargellI for. CorresAponidentus, to insiure - attentionI, nuist give t heir full ures1s. We a re not responsible for t he opin !onII of om- correspboml)ients. All commiulniiationA for tinw paper muitist he wihilressed to the Editors 1,u.sintesls le tteI'e r, tihe Puiihblishe r of the I.E; R (;i'Phi't, 8. (1 TiHE RAD HIOY AN) IllS PA. ' he O!d Gentleman Inveigled lino a Big Ilihnder-Mistakinlg an Old Maid'...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 23 May 1884

ghe fjashl 5 netgr J. R. IIAGOOD, EiTon. ABOUT CONGRESSMEN IN TWO OF OUR DISTRICTS. It will soon be time to make nominations for Congress. Col onel Evins of Spartanburg has de (lined running on account of the delicacy of his health. In the dis trict which he repreiented since 1876, there are now four or five candidates who desire to be his successor. Union and Columbia each want to be represented, and eccordingly Cols.McKissick,Mun ro and Yeomans have all been spo k.en of. Col. Evins has made a very acceptable inember to Congress, And the change to another man may pro-ve only an experiment for the better. Strictly speaking we have no absolute right. to dictate in the matter, but we would like to see Col. W. H. Perry of G reen sille promoted to tiis high position of honor, and who is so well qual ified to fill it. Two years ago he lacked only t little of receiving the nomination. le in all probability would be as good a representative as his people could send to Con gress, and no dou...

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 May 1884

he $astON Jessenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS -Lewis R. Redmond has been par dotted. -Rev. W; H. Kirton will preach It the Methodist church on next Sunday -An she drew him in on Sunda3 Inst, buft he was back again on Mon day. -Capt. Hiudgeus and wife made i flying trip to Honea Path oi Tuesda; last. -Miss Essie Russell has returned t< ber home after making a pleasant tril to Auderson. - Mr. John B. King will accept on thanks for some exquisite flowers 'Tihey were very wnuch admire(l. -Mr. C. T. Martin ias been electe( by our Cotmcil. Marshal for the towi of Easley. A good selection. --Mr. J. F. Folger, oniu of Pickens best repr~esntatives, was ill tovn 01 'Tuesdm(ay. -Manj. D). F. Bradleyad ifea Colonel Boweni. all paidI Easley a visi this week. -See the annoncements oi the 401 page. Rev. (. W1. Siigleton is a rtiened for School Commill issione r. -The colmulnications of "Subscri ber" aid "P" are crowded out of thil isue. but will appear il 0111r next. -Col. J. E. Hagtood andl wi...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 23 May 1884

[CUUAM UN CA TEU. j Our New School House. .M it. E mprou. Dotu bt lest hw k il l hevartedl people of EKaqlev aint Liberty an11d ot hler.sections, who conltribuitel h. help build at School hoIuse l heun Iailiil ton oin the farm of E. A. Russell, wil be inten-s..tet to know what has h 'ei (he resuilt. of .heir investient. J school hotuse 18x24 luts been erectet and wea thler-boa rdetd, andl only need: 1 sash and a stove,to make is ready fo Ise. ''he work w as mostly Oolie 1) the eit.izens of the neighborhood. wlh, ill olne week's time, nearly finishe-l lh hiliiding. I'hle !1'.oln a so fr ad vaneed, liowever, that it was thooigh . ' visa )le or to atteIpIt to opeI an Iv crY-<l:ty Schiool, until bite in the S--1m1 11)er. '1 Iw location i nearly on h11 line bet-weenl thlt t wo enluilies, buit thq nImilding tinu on thle Pickens, ide We ijpe to have tIh IwSchool located :Ind fih1i6le0l. with a good teacher, si ihat we will be rendv for school worl ,lli'io t ihe fall iloith. In tlite men...

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. — 23 May 1884

To a Faded Coquette. Your' hair is all <lone up hI papers, Your form is all palded wlith Cotton. Your neck like a gourd handle tapers By admires of old yott're forgotten. 'Yotu deemed it raire sport, in your ear lier years. rTo break yonthful hearts and cause oceatn of teals. You rememUIhtnber somle tenl years ago, Wheni You were the bhlle of the town? You t houught youirse1f lovely you know, And ciikl intirdem a man with a fronv. But a change has come over yoir sweet pIi's <heaml. Since you pllater your Once rosy cheeks with cold-creai. Yoll Vowed that you'i 'd(never get left,' When it. came to a matter of mar riage. Alas ! you'ire now even hefreft Of one anmial ride in a carriage. Ilow prophietic yol were il the days of yoltr Nolit h. Wivi you said: '-1 will inarry a hatk alh, forsooth"! 'JFwas folmud that ilustead of a heart, Yollr hosoml (-li velped a stole. Fromt a lover, pe reCluainee, y %ot wil pa rt, WVith neither a tear uor a romi. An d tith-, after seasl.S (f folly l...

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. — 23 May 1884

Pi-:'rrr .JuIos.-The followingfr is :1 list, of the Pet-it .1lurorS drawn) i to Serve lit the aippr-o:c liiig term (f ef )t, whicl coivenes o)n ie tilt J I Ilav ill ext 11o m ioth - R. R. C1ig, Robertt W1. Stew t, A. A. Alexander, Wm1). J. E. l'i , 1 ' dens, W'. J. KeIl; leyl'.F. I'alor Tihinan G. Fen1 n'el, .O el 11. iller, W . 1I. Il COM be I, T, 1 A. Robertson, W, R. Matljor-, A nthonly Mlaker, Wm-i. Els .01ohn G. W\yatt, A. WV. Roper, 1). E. arvinz' . (>1. *e hort er, W T. 1'1ell, F. I. clayto, AI . . i ens, .1. i . . ('. I't1urh m, l . S. it i per, 1.( 1 Coer (TJ. t. lorter,' 14'. t1. u v Th na Ias (rain e r, Al-: h'nl AiudillIV). A. Herd, WV. A.It (hiines4. d()hnl B. King'J, T1. 1). (n ret, s.W. F-'otnler. Th"oIs (). Jl Ime -Recently we were dimn n cliosity inl the' sh(te 1 a quilt. It. is eCalled 1. he --v r dm th r tmvers' Albnum Qilt' It was go)1tton 111 w; n famnily eodo les o thev-r-- e'lvillireu. LI:l( ' II lie tiowei s fonivi e. 11w j I 1PollI v tlowers, the oli ther...

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. — 23 May 1884

%Jirurch .iredorg. Methodist Church-- Rey W. H. Kirton, Pastor Pickens Circuit. First Standay at 11 a. m., at# DaesAville, and at 3 p. nu., at Antioch. - Wednesda y nigiit before Q(ecold Sti day, at 74 o'clock, at Easley. Saturday before -eCond( SuInday at 11 a. m., at Tabor. Second Suh(Hy, 11 f. m., at Pickens, and 3 p. m. at Bethlehem. Saturday before third Suinday, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Bethel. 'Third SuIday at 11 a. i.. Salem, and at 3 p. i. at Port-er's Chapel. Saturday before fourth Sillay at 11 a. mll. at Inlion. Fu0111.1th Sinday at U1 a. Im. at Easley, aid at 3 p. in. at Zion. Baptist Church--Rev. D. W. Hiott. First Siday, 11 a. m. and 8 p. in., and Satu1rday before at. 2 p. In., at Easley. S. C. Praver imeeting every Thuirsday nlight. Stodlfay School each sabbath 1 at 4 p. Iml. Second SndbIy at (riflIn ehhurch at II a. In ; Saturday before at, 12 m1. At Pi esbyterian chiurcIi, Pickens C. 11. Third Sunday at Central at 11 a. Iml.; Satiurday.hefore. at 12 inl. 1ouirth Sinby at ...

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. — 23 May 1884

COME BACK. We return, we return to more." Greek chorut. Come back. t cry, but cry I vain! Lost yolithI retirnls no mo11re, Ships that go sailing W'mr the maIinl, These may come back to shome: Rut Youth-6". dreams of lost <1elight! I Is qu1ened Iin nature% e-ndls ih Come back. cry, bit cry lin v in! Lo04st yoith no answer yiolds. The rose that last year g raced1 the plai TIhis year may Muh the field<. Rift Yutit h-O. st ia of Iife'A bright t rack! Who ever watched it trailing back? Comne back, I cry, hilt ery in vain! Lost youth Io more rettrns, Love, dying. spritngs to life againl From out funeral urns 1iut Yout h-O. flame of Strong desire! Who can re-light the ancient, fire? The moon, in (uestloting, Is dmlb! Siun, stars. are slileit. too! Where'r at nature' shrine we come, She whispers notialig niew. 'Ile world is old. the world is cold, Swice lost Youth lies beneath the mold. 1 -W. E. Pabor. I The Lord's Answer. Something stayeI his fleet; there was a fire in the grate with...

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 May 1884

S.] EASLY s - jy- \ VO.1]EASLEY, GOUTH CAROLINA, FRIIDAY, MAY 30, 1884 - NO. 4 PBite.'ed (it the Postoffie i at le S. C.,, ws xeeoizd Class' Ma-1tter. TERRM8 0P SUI4QRIPVION. One. year. Strictly II iiiitLalie .... $100 1 Six 11on1ths ~ ( Mwe sq.;ar( (I. filh) I itiseldoti .... 75 e Ubm-l dictlit ils loillrc- o. byi Lic-hmild (1iultil o (14-1 corml I )i t lU Iiv.- ()v(vr 1,2 liil's iec ht-a oil for. bp mlst givi. thiii fill] adtl(ess. .011S; Of om.P voPI('spolillits. 1111.4 lv adl-llesed1 to IlII( Elit ors ; 1 .isli 5~ letes t tliel'lllislhei of Ihle, 1; i I. N l'T''I'E N 4) 1 C~OQ U jI'I'IS. (Illov tiZa II( US.ttos i,,ar " 1iiit ht-y l)Ue.1h I Iw' Ir-arlts I imt hImve I hell). IW da i'll )fh m.I''o''n t1,11114. A14 nil lie eoII.-s with :t. flil warn T[)' Iteort-. 111 it 11c b:Ielk (f evv'. I Imt ;~ ofIM io-,4H t. 1..1 I.or i I OII S th( ~- IIle fic'e willd Thalnt as~s tio)f OSit p)tM-('S. ifi.I-lel le h il~ d fO Or vhoivti Atlana il II~tI- lll. Nor It if-m It I [L I ' I E' 1 )( 1 I ...

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 May 1884

ghke Kurley JJesseneger. J. R. ,HAGOOD, EDrroR. RtOSS ERROR OF THE' GREEN VILLE NEWS, T-i . -worthv conteim pora ry, which i5 therto has alleged that when it made statements it usual ly had proof or authority to back it, attacks the MESSENGER i11 an editorial ths-'week acCulsingO' it of booming Judge Cothran for (on g'ressional honors, and being guil ty of an "insidious effort to creep tip behind the H1on. D. Wyatt Ai ken ill his OwnII back-yard an(1 whack him in the weak place be hind the eal with I :a brick-bat,' makes a misstatement, totallv in-! (comlIpatible with truth itself, and evinces on the part of its editor a decided streak of absent-minded ness. We do niot doubt but what t lie "News" was sincere in its imi] .prleSSion, but we would advise our. friend to read withi more (a re its cexchIangos, adi to be certain it has right (ata before. procedc(linJig to make a desperate effort to st rike its neighibor undei icr thu e short rih. We thought that the News wobtl]( have copie...

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 May 1884

ghs fasleq Messenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. -Sheriff Mauldin was in our town on Wednesday last. -Most of the County has had good season recently. --The weather has been delightful for several days past. -Senator Field was in town last week. -Mr. G. W. Tay lor, of the Pickens Bar, was in town on Monday last. -The MESENGER i8 read by about 1800 people every week. -Read the advertisement of W. M. Hlagood & Co., on 2nd. page about corn and grain cradles. -Soon the Air Line Road -vill be laid with steel rails. Then we will dly. -Go to OWNBEY BROS. for a glass of iced Soda Water, Lemonade or Cl der. may 9 tf -Mrs. R. A. Greer has sent to our office a sample of the finest new crop I rish potatoes we have seen this season. --See change of Schedule on South Carolina Railroad and its branches. -A destructive 1ire in Charleston on Monday night last, dostroyed $100,000 worth of property. -Let everybody subscribe for the AmSSENGER. Our list continues to in crease. -Dr. J. P. Carlisle, wh...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 30 May 1884

[COMMUNICATED.] ON RAISING CALTES, Mrv EDITOR: I have been mak ing some rough estimates. on the exp'nse of raising calves,- and would like to have some help ft om some of the farmers on it.- I think we should look into a great many questions (if the same sort that ap pertain to the Agricultural inter est. Ther is nothing not even the blue sky above more plain to me, than that the farmer is driv ing a tremendously slow coach, and is getting aiong most wretch edly in the-race of life. We ought to take enough interest in the faimily to aid and inform each oth er better as to the true inwardness of things, and show where and why we progress no better. I counted thus: First, what does milk cost, or what is it worth? It sells in the Cities from thirty-two to forty cents per gallon, so I am informed. But we, who have been raised to follow Agronomy are acecistom - ed to sell cheap; it is constitution al, hereditary among u1s, so I count milk worth 10 cents per gallon. The authorities tell u...

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 May 1884

ghurch #irectory. Methodist Church--Rev W. H. Kirton, Pastor Pickens Circuit. First Smutiay at 11 a. im., at Daket.will e, and at 3 p. m.. at Antioch. Weiliesday nri igsht before second1 Simu day, at 74 o'clock, at Easley. Satirday befor, >econI Stuiday at II it. mi., ait Tahor. Secoid Smdav. 11 a. m., at Pickens, miff 3 p. it. it M-thlilieem. Saturday before third Sumluly, at. 11 a. Im. at Mt. Bethel. Third 4unday at 11 t. m.. Salem, and at 3 p. mn. at. Porter's Chapel. Sattirday before fourth siday at 11 it. li. sat Unioun. Fo1rih Sidaiy at. 11 a. i. at Easley, and at 3 p. i. at Zion. Baptist Church.--Rev. 1). W. 1iott. First Sundasv, 11 . it m. awl 8 p. in., a1 Saturday before at 2 p. Iml.. at Easley. S. C. Prayer meeting every 'I'lIrsdav night . Suniiday School Eatch Sabbath at 4 p. im. SeCoI) Sluay at Griflin euieh0 at 11 a. i ; Saturday before at 12 in. At Prteshyterian clurch, Pickens C. 11. at 3.1 p. i. Thir11d Salaby at Cen1tral at I1 Ia. ml.; Saturday be-fore. at 12 im....

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. — 30 May 1884

The Chesterfield Cases. CH1ESTEIEDn 1C. 1H., May1-3 25,".-I reached here about noon to-day with Judge Wallace, who came al so to be in readiness to convene the Court of sessions in the morn ing. Solicitor Newton has. been since yesterday preparing his in dlictments for the term. I have had a conversation with him and find that he has not yet'intde out the indictments against Col. Cash, Spofford and Lee. I find here up on inqniry that it is not improba ble that Sheriff Slpofford will ten der his resignation, in which event it is thought that the grand jury will not indict him. Spofford be ill a county officer must first be presented( by the grand jury )efore the solicitor can act, and it seems to be the sentiment of the commu nity that, in consideration of his good record in the past and his failing health, if lie resigns his of' lice lie should not be prosecuted. As to Samuel Lee the indict ment which the solicitor has deter mined to give out is i)roight un11 (et the Common law for ...

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