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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 30 May 1884

Wiggins ou Storms...te Msakl ioni Predletions that Will be Watche With Interest. I have now to announce that have discovered the periodic tim of the great Sare y quale of Octc ber 7, 1869-the' storm which a] most annihilated the forests o New England and the maritim provinces, ruining their timber in torests. This period I find to b 5,46[ days, so that it will be her on September 19, 1887, and wil he the greatest storm that will tak place before the year 1900. It greatest force will be on the aftei noon of September 20, when th forests of the eastern coast will i all probability go down before il It will be accompanied by eartb quaken, and these will recur wit great violence the middle of Oct. i California and Western EuropE Let no fisherman's hark then ea, its shadow into the looking glass ( (what Horace calls him) the pow erful god of the sea. Between thv period and the present the heaviec which will occur are as follows September 20, 23, 1884. October 20, 22, .1884. March 18, 20,...

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. — 30 May 1884

IT DOES NOT MATTER. ELLA wi[EELER. It does not matter very much to me Thro' what strange ways my path way now may lead. Snce I know that it rims away from thee I give It little heel. It does not matter If in calm or strife Shall ebb andl flow for mn, the fut.res tide. It. had but one great longing in mv life, And that hAs been denied. It does not matter if I stand or fall, Or walk with Kings with or the rank or flic, Life's loftiest aims and best ambitions all Were centered in thy smile. It does not. matter what the wo-ld may say. I feel no interest in it blames or pr-aie, I only know we dwell apart to-day, Atil sI.all t bro e(dless (ay.. it does not matter! For my palsied heart Is 11111111) to o or to pleasure's touch, Since it must 1 he lat we two drift apart. Why, nytthing matter's mnm~eh. lIoi-ro IsaGIN IHOUSEKEEPING. 'You say you want to marry my flaughter?' 'Yes sir.' 'Are you prepared to give her a pleasant home and the luxuries to which she has always beein ae tomed ?' 'I do...

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. — 30 May 1884

IT DOES NOT MATTER. ELLA WHEELER. It does not matter very much to me 'Tlhro' what strange ways my path way now may lead. Since I know that it rims away from thee .1 give it little heed. It. doe not matter if in calm or Strife Shall ebb and flow for me the futures tide. It, had but oue great longing in my life, And that has beei denied. It does not matter if I stmnd or fall, Or walk with Kings with or the rank or fle, Life's loftiest aims and best ambitions all Were centere(l ill thy smile. It does not. matter wiat the wo:-ld may say. I feel no interest inl it blames or prai-e, 1 only know- we (Iwell ap-t. to-day, And shall thr&o' Cl"ess (Lays. it does not. matter! For my palsied heart Is numb to sorrow or to pleasure'ls touch,. 8ince it luist he that we two drift Apart. WVhy, ngthing matters mihi. 1o10 To iEGIN lhOUSEI(EEPING. You say you want to marry my Ilaughter?' -Yes sir.' 'Are you prepared to give her a pleasant home and the luxuries to which she has always been ac tomed ?...

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. — 6 June 1884

Tele 21 TOcB, 2toB w62A 12'6&ILOOA ir 3HZAES .SLEY,. SOUTH CAROLINA, FRlDAY, JUNE 6, 884 [NO. 35 fhe (asleg AJessenger. pnte.ted 4d he Po'tolkOe at Easley S. C., aa &econd Clasn Matter.' J. R. IIAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. TERMs OF' SUBSCRIIN1ON. One year, strictly in advance ...... $1.00 Six months 65 RATESOF ADVERTIST NO. (ne square nh) 1 insertion...... 75 Liberal dIs~ 01unt oil conithcts 0r by t he Column111., :4alI or quartur column. Marriage )tices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines clarged for. Correspomilen ts, to ini1sure atteitioln, must give their full address. We are iot, responsile for the opin !ons of 0111' corresporndenlt.s. All commII imietions for, thlepae must he addre.sed to the E4ditors; hu11sin(ess let-ter-s to the Publisher of the MEsNINit Easley, S. C. WILL YOU SOMETIMIES TmlINK OF MIi i Wh enl the moon01 is shining britly, Castng eamsi onl huld ea: Giving light to shipwreeke(d saiilors, Will you sonietimes think of me? Wlen the radiant stars a...

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. — 6 June 1884

i Al **.w3 SOUTH .CA -U.-. 6 22i B. 702cB 21A2 . 1?' .4F 3 1100c' )F QJT. 3. VOL. 1.)' ASLEY,. SOUTH CAR(>EINA, aFRIDAY,. JUN4E 6, 1884. __[NO. 35. ghe a eg s zessger. Ent e~ed kAe Poltopfre~ at Easley S. C., as Slecond Class Matter.. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Proper. TERMS OP SUBSCRII"'ION. One year, strictly in advance......$1.00 Six muonths , " ... 65 RATESFOF AiVERIu NG. One square-(:1 lueh) I insertion......75c Psach sub4seqltent lsertion....... 40c Liberal (110t)t Oil contiacts or by the coluninxalf or quarter column. Marriage hntices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines chargedl for. Correspoldents. to inlsutre attention, ullst give their fIll address. We are not responsible for the opin !)ns of 0111. correspondents. All communications for the paper mt114 be addressed to the 4ditors; bu11sintess letters to the Publisher of the MsslNEma, Easley, S. C. WILL YOU SOMETIiES THINK OF WV-hel the moon is shini1ng brighi tly. Ca4ing heams on h-It land se": Givlng light to sh...

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. — 6 June 1884

,ae tsleg *exenger. J. R. HAGOOD, EDrron. COL. BOWEN'S LETTER. We direct our readers to the let ter of Col. R. E. Bowen, to be found in this issue, regarding his normination for Congressman from this district. It gives %s pleasure to feel that Col. Bowen has consen ted to allow hi name to be used as a candidate, by the people, for the high position of Congressman. Col. Bowen i% a high -toned gentle man, and one woi thy the position for which he has been brought out. It is characteristic of him to occupy the position of modesty and retirement, and to let his friends carry him forward if they wish to see him promoted to high positions of honor and trust. We appeal to the citizens of Pickens County, to give Col. Bowen that hearty support and following which his qualities, as anll able and influ ential man clairm for him. There are several candidates in the field, :'nd the contest is likely to he a heated one. But fellow citizens let loyalty be your watchword. Stick to Col. Bowen, w ho ...

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. — 6 June 1884

She jasteg 5 esenger. LOcAL Al') coO 'ry M A TT ERS --.Mr. P. A. Ownbey is a happy man once .hiore. Another fair form to grac Otp society. --Go to OWNqBEY BiRto for a glam of ice4 Soda Water, -Lemonade or Ci dere- may 9 ti -mrs, McElreati has been quit( 14k at her home In this town, and it t41i under me(ical treatment. Mrs W. F. Gary is also Quite sick,. We hop( ioon to reord their recovery --His Honor, Judga Frazer passe through our town on Saturday last ot his iay to, Pickenns, where he is noi% holdidg C6ut t. ---Dr. 1. E. Smith and wife, an Mr. John O'Conner,of Savannah, Ga. are visiting the family of Mr. M. J Smith of our tow). -Mr. Jacob King left a sample o: yellow oats. taken from a three acr )atch, which measured 4A feet i height, and iis well headed. lie say the whole is alike good. -AGus Clark, 4iolored, a tenant o Mr. Elias Day's has sent us a samph of his wheat, which cailot he beaten The heads are 4 inches in length, an plui full of grain. -Read the new schedule of the ...

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. — 6 June 1884

An Address Delivered in Easley Acad. emy on the ivening or 2.~th April by ProfT. W. Moore, ScHO'LA)uS, LADIES AND E 2as W Vashington Irving is credit ed with saying that "the progresk and social tanling, of any poopk may be known by the condition o their chool house,"' and w.e (1 gen. erally find theise institutions hon ored in commun'ties that can laj just. clairs to so.'al and intellect ual advancement. We do not say that the one canniot exist withoul the other, but. we do say that nc nation has yet been christianized without first receiving some degret of e(iucation. The first ciiurches that were estiblished among th< Greek and Roman cloi0ies o1 Asia. Minor, and at Corinth and Athens among the most highly ed ucated and refined people then ex isting. The same work could have been done nearer home and among those more in need of retorination, but the unlearned were not pre pared to receive the moral code propaga ted by the A postles. W< have proof of this in our country. Miss...

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. — 6 June 1884

Ue Guetsed it. Traveling men as a rule are not tpt to make "bad' breaks," but siometimes they do. 'Tlie other day, on a traiu coming into this city,one of these gentlemen wanted to sell out for a torn two-cent stamp, but found no purchasers. On the train was a particularly lovely young lady, seated by herself, while in the seat in front was a perfect 4pecinten of a well-to-do planter. rhe moist weather had probably affected the old fellows corns, as he had taken off both boots and plant ed his feet on .the seat in front. Tle relief lie had experienced had caused him to drop into a sweet slumber, and--well, it was just about this time that the drummer sat down in the seat by the young lady and commenced to make things pleasant, after the peculiar style of drummers in general. "Old party in front seems pret t y comfortable, don't he ?" saidl he. "Yes, sir, he seems to be enjoy ing himself." "iMakes himself at home ; lon't he? These old guys take a parlor coach for a regular dressing-r...

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. — 6 June 1884

T1riREE SuoTS OF AN AsSASSIN. On Friday night last. while (1 Governor .J ames M. Siiti, ( Georgia, was walking along Rar dlolph street, in Columbus, thre shots were fired at him by Evan Wright. Two of the shots firei passed through the ,ex-Governor' coat, blut without injuring his pei son. The hooting was'witnesse by a number of persons. The ii, tended victii was told at the tim that some one was shooting at hin 1)utl he did not believe it, and di tiot know that the shots had bee: :limed at. A himi util he reaclhed th hotel and foun(l the holes in hi coat. Wriht Was arl'reste(l all locked up. He was crazed wit liqolr, an. his fricls tried t Miake it appear that he w4.s -Ul; sh) ootiing foi fun. I) July, 188 desseB. Wright, a b rothier of th assassin. was killed by Ben Mitch .l; wis (lefend(ed by Governo Smith, anl( thr(u his efforts wa alCquitted bv thie jury. Evn Wright waIS in(lignant. at the rc -uilt of the trial, an(l has ever sinc (.her1ishled a, grudge aga".inst Go S'mith, whi...

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. — 6 June 1884

-J.. Facts About the Fields. Messrs. Robertson, Taylor $ Co., send the "News and Courier" the following reports of the condition of the croPS in this State. The information was obtained from trustworthy correspondsnts: ABBEVILLE COUNTY. Cotton-Area about same as last year. Stands generally good, although about ten days to two weeks later than last year. Seas ons is favorable up to the present tine. Corn-Small increase in area. Stands good and looking well. Grain-About 20 per cent. in crease over last year. Wheat look ing fine. ANDERSON (cOUNTY. Cotton-One reply reports about same area as last year., Two re plies report 5 to 10 per" etit (e crease. Stands geierally good, al though about ten days to two weeks late. Seasons favorable up to I)res eut tiie. Corn--Two replies report inl crease in area 10 to 15 Ier cent.. One reply rej)orts about sane area. (ood stands reporte(d. Seasons faVorable. Grain---Increase in area 10 to 15 per (1ent. over last year. Wheat e(op reportied fine ; vil...

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. — 6 June 1884

WHICH WILL IT BE. One of us love, must stand Where the waves are breaking on death's dark strand. And watch the boat from the land Bear the other away. Which will it be? One of us, kove, must bear The heavy burden that none may share; And stand all alone and desolate. where We stood in life's fair day, Joyous and free. One-either yoo or I Must hear the nandate, "Thy friends must die!" And bend with agonizing cry That only God can hear. Which will it be? And one must close the eyes Of the other-the tender, loving eyes And kiss the dead face that before as lies The face so calni, so dear Oh! agony? One, when the other is gone. Will leanl on the cold memorial stone, And brokenly soh, "Alone-alonf!" And the winds will sigh Over you or me. And one-grown obl amil gray. Perchance-will walk still t-arth' t>il some'1 way, And dream of love that liv.es for are. A% the yetars roll by. Wvhich wVill it be?' The Beat Bealen. 'You,ve gor some niee wood over there in your yard, said a seedy look...

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. — 13 June 1884

VOL*rx 11x] .L SOTH , CRA FRIDt JN & EOO 11 s8840 VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1884. [O3. tke fnzleg *euesener. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance.... .*$1 .00 six mont10"01.... 65 RATES O1AUVERTISING. One sqdare (1 Ineh) 1 insertion.......75c Each subsequent insertion............ 40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, half or quarter column. Marriage notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents, to Insure attention, must give their full address. We are notyesponsible for the opin .ons of our correspondents. All communications for the paper must be addressed to the Editors; business letters to the Publisher of the MESENGER, Easley, S. C. THE BOY WHO KISSED 1118 MO. THER. She sat on the porch in the sunshine, As I went down the street A woman whose hair was silver, But whose face was blossom sweet ; Making me think of a garden, Where, in spite of the frost and snow Of bleak November weather, L...

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. — 13 June 1884

She janshe -Jessenger. J. R. HAGOOD, ErToR. I Editorial Correspondence.] SPARTANnURG, S. C., June 10. DEAR MESSENGER : We reached our destiation in safety, and on time, on Saturday night last. The object of our visit to this flourish ing city was to witness the Com mencement Exercises of the very renowned Institution, known as Wofford College. Our friend who was to have met us at the depot, and who by the way was Mr. L. J. Blake, a young man known to many of our readers, and who on to-morrow is to be declared a graduate of this reputable school of learnintg standing high in his classes and his societies, was sick, and confined to his room. We made our way to the Merchant's Hotel, where we registered for the night. Overlooking the register, whose name should we find, but that of Mr. P. B. Sellers, of Marion, a graduate of the class of '82, and an old college-mate and friend; a young man of sterling ability, and who was admitted recently, at Col umbia into the legal fraternity. Such m...

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. — 13 June 1884

A Cure for Diphtheria. Correspondent of the Baltimore an writes. in the. following confi dent strain: The following is said to be-an almost certain cure for that terible scourge, 'diphtheria.' Tf it should save some dear child, or even one of larger growth and more mature years, I shall be more than " compensated for the little trouble to which I have been sub jedted in preparing it for the your journal. Should you or any of your fam ily be attapked with diptheria, be not alarmed, as it easily and speed ily cured withont a doctor. When it was raging in England, I accom panied Doctor Field on his rounds to witness the so called "wonder ful cures" he perfomed, while the patients of .others were dropping on all sides. The remedy to be rapid nust be simple. All ie took with him was powder of F1111)11111 and a quill, and with these he cur ed ever'y patient without (eet ion. He put a spoonful of flour of brimstone into a wine glass full of water, and stirred it witl his fin ger instead of...

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. — 13 June 1884

SCHOOLS AlND THEIR WORKS. An Address Delivered In Easley Acad emy en the Evening of 26th April, 1 by Prof. C. W. Noore, 4 [CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK] The third and strong pillar in the temple of science is Mathemat ice-higher mathematics, The laws of the science are as eternal, univerbal and unchangeable as the Deity himself; they were em ployed by Creative Intelligence i when the material world was made; the laws therelves were never created. The rind of man is so constituted that whatever is eter nal, it acknowledges as such: hence metaphysician have divided 1 truths into two classes, incidental 1 and essential. Incidental truths exist for a time, but may not ex ist always. The statement that Easley is a town, is an incidental truth; it was not so a hundred years ago; it may not be so a hun- 1 dred years hence; but the simple i statement that twice two make I four, is a mathematical fact and an esselitial truth; for you cannot1 conceive a time when twice two did not or will not mak...

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. — 13 June 1884

A MESSAGKE ESON. A DJEAl MAN. Words From a Greenville Soldier Killed- More. than Twenty Years Ago. Frotn .the Daily News.] The mail yesterday brought to The News office a letter and enclos ed from J. C. McClure, of Chester, ;. C. The enclosure consists of a tinieworfi esheet of unruled letter paper with the verses and intro duction given below written in ink, the 'write' being evidently an un practiced penman although the writing is' plain enbugh. the history of the document U a drange one. The verses are supa posed tollave' been writteh by a mnernber of a company from this city attached to the 6th regiment whdwhs killed at the battle of DranenAIlle, Va. They were taken from -his body by a Federal soldier and co~iied by him, probably to be s-ent home. The Federal was kill ed at -Seven Pines and the copy takeht from his body and given to Maj. McLure who sent it to his home in Chester, S. C., with pen ciled directions for their publica tion. He found it a few days ago while rummaging ...

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. — 13 June 1884

*ke kaseg~ 5essenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. Oua Editor is absent in attend ance at WoffordCollege Commence anent, and we presume he is enjoy ing himself finely. Read his let ter in auother column, and over look the thort-comings of tbe bal ance of the MESSENGER this week. -Owing to having to work' each page seperate, we, accidently got things mixed, putting our local page on 6th. -Mr. John Stewart, who lives in 3 miles of Lewis R, Redmond, repot ts him improving. "Daily News' " Pick ens reporter may stand aside again. -CALTSAYA TONIC has become a by-word with nearly everybody, so essential has it become. It Is one of earth's greatest blessings' Sold by all Druggists, at $1.00 pe r bottle. -Old papers for sale at this office. 25 cents per hundred. -Miss Mamie Wickllffe, of Walhal. la, Is visiting the families of Maj. H. C. Briggs and W. H. Holcombe. -Dr. F. A. Miles and wife, of Green ville, were on a visit to our town on Wednesday last. -Cott-n was quoted in Greenville, on Wedne...

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. — 13 June 1884

A Word To the Tildenites, The Independent Republicans are a power ii) New York. Their adhesion to the Democratic candi date for President will ensure to the Democracy the 36 electoral votes, of the Empire State. In Massachusetts the Independent LteIublicans are strong enough to .give the Democracy a chance of success in that State. Everywhere in the Eastern and Middle States there are Republicans who will treat the nomination of' Blaine as "an insult to the conscience of the country," and who will not vote for the Chicago candidate.' . The Independent Republicans are solid in thetr opposition to Blaine; but they are equally solid in their dislike of Mr. Tilden. Un der no circumstances will many of theni vote for Blaine; but, at the best, only a few will vote for Til den, if he be the candidate of the Democracy. ''he nomination of Tilden will chill and repel the In dependent Republican vote, while such a candidate as Clevelod or Bayard will be voted for by Re publica-ns in all parts ...

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. — 13 June 1884

How TO SEcUii. CJsToNEn. 'That man will hereafter be a good customer of mine,' said the sal oon keeper as a business-lookingo inflfi went out of the saloon as if he had a pressing engagement. 'Who is he?' ' don't know. Never saw him bef ore.' 'What makes you think li will ever coime in here again?' 'Because I gave - him a plugged half doliqir in change. The first time he tries to pass it, it will be rejected. Then he will come back here to exchange it for another one. I'll beg his pardon, say some thing aboti. getting stuck with them once in a while when there is a rush of business, ask him to take :a drink,.chat with him while lie crooks h is elbow, tell him a fun ny story, and he'll go away thiuk ing I am an awfully nice fellow. After that he'll never go by with out coming in. I've made half a dozen good customers with that half dollar already. There's tricks in all trades but ours. Many's the 1miore of these fellows that man will give no.' As he spoke he pulled open the money dra...

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