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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 20 June 1884

- V.-- * <w ASLEY, -It -NDE 18N EASLEY SOUTy'CAROLINA FRIDAY, JUlNE 20, 1884.NO3 Q'e g4ihigJiseger. Ente4ed at the Postofice at Easley S. C., o & 1coz' Clas8 1Matter. 4. R RAO "), EditOr and Prop' r, One year, strictly in advance ......1.00 Six months " " .... 65 4ZATW'1.81F .ADV15RTiA NO. One square (1 inch) 1 insertion......75c Each sobsequent insertion............40c Liberat discount on contracts or by the colunnw; Ialf or 'tarter colunn. Marriaf ndeef re land solicite d. ObituariN ayer 1plhies charged for. CorrespQndetints, to 'j Sure atten1tion, must give thel fliddress. We are not respousible for the opi n !ons of our correspondents. All commfleiuictions for the Imper must be addre'ssed to the Editors; business letters-to the Publisher of the MSEN6,. E asley, S. C. MY LITTLE WIF. BY HENRY AUSTIN. She Isn't. very pr ,etty, So sayIler lady friends; She's neither wise nor witty With verbal odds and end..; - No fleeting freaks of- f hiou 1 Across her fancy run ; She's never...

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. — 20 June 1884

jghe ineg~e *essenuger. J. Ro HAGOOD, EDITon. THE DEM)CRATIC CLUB MEETING OF LAST SATURDAY. One among the most successful and interesting club meetings ev-, tr held in Easley was that of last Saturday afternoon. In pursuance to the call of the Chairman, Cap tain A. W. Miudgens, the club iMet, reorganized and elected delegates to the County Convention, which meets in Pickens on Saturday next. The attendxnce was good, and much interest was manifest ed. The Chairman called the club to order, stating the object of the meeting, and ordered the election of new officers for the next two years. J. R. Hagood moved that the vote be taken by acclamation. It was seconded and carried. The election for Chairman was called. )r. R. J. Gilliland, jr., nominated Mr. W. M. Hagood. Mr. John A. Easley, seconded the nomination; the vote was taken and Mr. Ha good -declared elected. Mr. J. A. Easley and C. T. Martin were eleet ed Vice-Presidents. Then came the election of Secretary. Capt. A. W. Hudgens nom...

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. — 20 June 1884

LOCAL AD COUNTY MATTERS -Read Auditor's notice In an6ther column. -Maj. D. F. Bradley and Col. Bow en were In town this week. .-Hon. Goorge Johnstone, of New berry, paid our town another visit this week. -Mrs.l. . Folger kindly remem bered the editor with her fruit this iweek. -Mis Missouri Howard, of Green ville counity, It vialtiig relatives in Ilasley -Rev. ]1 H. Kh'tonk will preach iII the Methodist Church in this place on next Sunday. -Mr. J. R. Glazener IF happy again He has another fine daughter, which was born to him on Wednesday, 11 th. -The cool weather of the first part of the week, has been followed by warm, and the flriners are hard at work. -Mr. Jas. P. Car3 and Mrs. John L. Thornley, of the "Hotel de Thorn. ley," of Pickens, passed through on their way to Seneca last week. -Mr. W. A. Clyde brought to our office on Monday last samples of the finest Irish potatoes we have seen. It was cold enough to roast them. -Miss Cora Clyde. the charming daughter of Auditor J. B. Cl...

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. — 20 June 1884

WOFFORD COLLEGE CONNENCE. MENT. TIpe.Latter Days in Spartanburg Oraduation Day at WoIford Col. 4ge--Tiae Reception in Honor of the Senior Class Enjoyed by Gal. lant Young Men and Charming Wo men. When we wrote our editorial correspondence of last week, we had passed through only two days of Wofford College Commence inent. A Commencement largely attended, and doubtless as inter esting an one as is given by any Institution in the State. It is one where brains, refinement and cul ture show themselves in the most glowing colors, both in the persons of the students, and the many friends and risitors who take great pleasure in attending it. The gallantry, gentlemanly hearing, and warni welcome shown by both Professors and students, claim for each visitor present a most pleasant and enjoyable time. The proverbial kindness with which Dr. J. H. Carlisle (a man without his equal) and that of his extremely kind corps of Profes sors, is ever ready to greet the happy visitor with unequalled hos ...

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. — 20 June 1884

COUNTRY MAUD AllD CITY MAUD. Maud Muller trod the clove bloom. Miss Miller takes the fences-Ilying, Attended bt an English groon; Maud ,1uller trod the clover bloom In lonely fields, which rich perfume Gushed from the flowet bruised and dyIig. Mand Muller trod the clover bloom. Miss Miller takes the fences tly Ing. Maud Mtuller wore a homespun gown, Miss Miller sports~a Jersey jacket; Raklog the, ipeadows up and down Maud Muller wore a homespun gown. O'er withered grass-plots bare and brown Miiss Muller weilds A tennis racket. Mnatid Mdller 6rba ihomespit:1 gown. Miss Miller sports a yersey Jacket. Maud Muller's soul discoursed in verse. . Miss Miller scrawls a prosy letter. Yet, though I may in song rehearse, Maud Muller's soul discoursed in1 .terse, Stillas my reason makes her worse, I love the city maid the bettei'. Maud Muller's soul discoursed in verse. Miss Miller scrawls a prosy letter. -Boston Bulletin. After reading the above, then read every other line over, and see what (...

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. — 20 June 1884

"BEWARE." JPietty little maIden, eybO of hazel hue. Hair of darkest color, Tresses not a few., In the hammock sitting, "Oiupid's arrow" there, Any one to enter, Legend says "Beware!l Moonlight brightly shluing, River murmurb near; Pr'etty maid reclinig, Says he has no fear. "Cupid's bow' uplifted, Arrow quickly flies, And her heart i% rited As she softly sighs. FRANK A. SUTrOw. A SHAv ATrEMPT AT SUICIDE. Rumor has it that a certin man in town imbibed too freely of the "ardent" last week, and while un der influence he became so despon dent that he thought he would commit suicide and leave this ap parently cold and cheerless world. He called for his wife to bring him his razor, asserting that he intend ed to cut his throat with it. She, obliging wife that she was brought it, but he changed his mind as to that mode of severing connection with the world, and concluded to depart hence by the drowning route. .He proceeded to the well and got inside the curb to hide j himself, thinking tha...

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. — 20 June 1884

OUR WAS INGTO9N ETI'ER. WASAU~TOKQ, D,. C., Jube 14th, 1884. DOwnward the course of .postage takes its way; aud the lower it gets e ,beit the peop e like it. T e -cat change in.- the law pemlfu Not only ueWvp-aper pub lisherso but everybody else to send newspapers through the mails at the rate of one cent. for every -four ounces., This practicallyives the pountry a one cent neWspaper act, for every few news papers, even with cumbrous supplements, weighs more than four ounces. The reform will be very popular, outside of the post office depart ment; that is, which sees its la bors increase while the receipts diminish, It is a matter of regret that Con gress oannqt be induced to do something for the Botanical Gar dens attached to the Capital grounds. The hot-house are in a wietched condition and the plants kept there are actually suffering from want of room. It is to be doubted whether finer specimens of palms can be found anywhere in the world-within hot-houses of course. There are sp...

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. — 20 June 1884

The Burglar's Clever Love-Making. Tt has often been said that noth Ti ng sio business success and noneyconstitutes a claim to so cial recognition on this coast: but as even with such illustrations of tait fact as the Sharon trial be fore them, our Eastern friends can hardly understand how absolute said r% is here, we can hardly expect the following perfectly true incident to be believed out of our own State: One night not long ago the (laughter of one of our best citi zens was awakened by a noise in her room, and, upon sitting up, discovered a inan, disguised in a black mask, standing beside her bed and calmly contemipla-ting her fcatures by the aid of a )ul1's-eye lantern. 'Don't be alarmed, Miss,' he said; 'I haven't taken anything yet.' 'Bless me!' said the girl; 'I do believe it's a burglar.' 'Of course it is,' said the house breaker, with an ung ratifying smile, as he lit a cigarette. 'And I am proud of it.' 'What do you want?' deiandiled the young lady'. 'Well, I d(id want to ...

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. — 27 June 1884

- -* - -I L . - : - IN 4 VO*tlEASLVY SO1JTH CAROLINA, ]PRIDAY, JUNE 2,18.~.~ Ente4ed at the Postojae 't &esley a. C., as Second aless Matter.. 5. 3. 19A,600, % an Prog'r. TExMs or SUBSOUIrktox. One year, strictly In advance.;...1.0 Six moth1s 4 " .... 65 RArms oW ADVsnTI1t. One square (1 inch)-1 insertion......75e Each subiequent Insertion............40c . Liberal dilcount on contraets or by the column, halt or.quarter column. Marrlage notices free and solbltte0; Obituatas over 12 lines chard for. Correspondents, to klgiM 4 ntion, must give th6lc full addteg. We are npt respogflhilor the opin !ons of -ur corre unta. All comnmtinltknm for the paper must be addiresed to the Editors; business letters to the Publisher of the MMssNER, Eawley, S. C. IF WE HAD BUT A DAY. We should till the hour with sweetest things, If we had but a day; W4 should, drink alone at the pureat spring In our upward way; Wtshould love w1ih lifetime's loye In *a bour, " 4 honbts were few; We sholO ^ not tpr 4...

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. — 27 June 1884

I AGOOD, DITORO. ~AR R(IINX)EIN0SS OF TH E ALU1DA ARGUS. A WVe will not, nor could we, cenl sure any newspaper for advocating one of its own good citizens for the position of Congressman from any particular district; but when any such paper stoops so low as to ignore others whose fine qualifica tions of head and heart recom mend them to the good will of the people, then the action of such a weak paper should be severely crit icized, and the light of knowledge should be sent into its sanctum for the enlightenment of its ob scure editor. - As is well known, the Third Congressional District has in the field four candidates, All these number among the most worthy sons of Carolina, and yet the "Saluda Argus" fails to re coguize anything like merit in. any one of them save the [Hon. D. Wy att Aiken. It publicly, and very foolishly, terms the other candi dates as " up-strarts," when itself should not have the presumption to fosteri much y), than a private opinion of the3 m1an1,,in as iivuc...

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. — 27 June 1884

nominated DenoeratiQ toket, that I am twenty-one years of e, or will have attained to that age before the next general election, will have resid ed in this State one year and in the county sixty days immediately preced ing the next general. election, that I have not voted at this election, and that I will abide by and sugport the nomi nations, National, State and County, made by the Democratic party." IV. That when a voer has been challenged, the challenge ~4hall be re ferred to the {Executlvs Cornmittee of the club at the precinct weere the same is made, which committee shall deter mine the issue with right of review byV the County Executive Committee, which Club Committee shall make an entry of their action in writing, togeth er with . the name of the person chal lenged, tho candidates proposed t be voted for and the grounds of the chal lenge with the reasons for the accept ance or rejection of such votes, which statement shall be sent up with the re turns of said election, to be ...

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. — 27 June 1884

ALOWE. 1 nissyon my darling, my darling, ''he.eiqers burn low on the hearth; A d stilled is the stir of the household, And hushed is the voice of Its mirth; 'Ihe rain plashes fast- on the terrace, The winds past the lattices moan; The, midnight chimes out from the And I am alone., I want you, my larling, my darling; I am tired with care and with fIer; I would 'nestle in sileh6e beside you, And all but presence forget, In the husl of the happiness given To those, who through trusting have grown To the fiilness of love in contentment. But I ath alone. I call you, jny darling. my darling. My voice echoes back on my heart; I stretch my arin to you longing, And lo! they fall empty, apart. I whisper the sweet words you taught I .me, The winds that we only have known, Till the blank of the durmb air is bitter, For I am alone. I need you, my darling, my darling, With its yearningC my very heart aches; The load that divides us weighs harder; I shrink from the jar that it makes. Old sorrows r...

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. — 27 June 1884

The. Se Argsm. We copy the following from the "Greenville. aily News," and en, 4 dorse it, hoping that all the p~ere in this Congressional Disttict will do the same: The Salidi Argus~a is evidently in an infiamed condition of. mind because the Hon. George John-,I stone has captured.tie'Ooone el egation to the congressional - C0n vention from that district, and 4 all the political Indieaions are I that the. office holding days of the 4 Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken- are ata bered. - Of course if our friend at Green- s wood chooses to.work itself Into a j profuse perspiration-in this weath er it is all right, and its stat6- i ments in favor of its special favor- e ite may be accepted as honest #x. pressions of belief while they evoke I our wonder. We are willing to pass I in silence as an ebullition-of cam- I paign enthusiasm the declaration ( that Col. Aiken, who has been in < office ftr eight consecutive years, i "has always been a man of the I people and never a politician," and the allus...

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. — 27 June 1884

DEA I MBSS 'N. ss IC. 18is I s1i4 IL (FrlliyY)which l& i agi lobkt' ed for as the one on .1, 9644', bright face.nuak~e8 its appearaipp, so'full of novt,.0xihralvSum* grow ifapidly after the good*ai' ius' o f ve. "Ueheral Gleet'" grot a faiir stAut, turitg that, but this de l th6 fai mes' are making his 'head4 droqp,.Ci and itoliaW looki' 1m arikably welcnsj 19(1pring. Wheat was neyer bettpr, and n,eqi ly all harvested. Oats good,;'anud proves a.Mgin-tayto tohe farinif hor'se.~ "Faith, no0pe -ah1dVfluiry t~l greatest of all is Charity." I do n-)t kniow that I quote e aIt but nevertheless, let it go., Th "Sen tinel" saf. "If 'all the 'Repibli (bans who joii.th4e Demprti.pgr tv are hung we wish they all Wduld join " H o w. au ghf i d kin Yet; if aIl Repnblichns were hung, what a.1xice titue we wm lqhav monopoliziling all the Federal, of' flee! I ri not. bouncharita1les to wish all the Demoerats hung. Resp~ectfu fly, ltKGU LAJ UE11411'CN ThompsQU Y 'Walliiig ias ie turned to his hom...

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. — 27 June 1884

-There 'are no Democrats in the United States th'At are sound er thain those of Texas. Whilst even South Carolinians are run-. ning ufter strange gods aid are hurrahing for "the flag and an ap propriation" the Democrats of Texas are firm and loyal to the Coastitution,ani stand fast by the conservatisn of the fathers. In their State Convention they de clare: "While we favor the education of the masses by every legitimate Ineans, yet we regard the educa tional bill pending in Congress as an unconstitutional and dangerous encroachment on the rights of the States, and as another great step toward the centralizarion of' all powers in the Federal Govern ment, that thiamtens destruction to the RlIepl)li.''-WilllingtoI (N. C.) Star. CANINE FiTxr.-Some ycars ago a man was buried in the Grey fri ara Cemetery at E.linburgh, Scotland. His dog made a bed on the grave, and fromi that time he has lived in that yard. At a giv ed time, on the pealing out of the clock, the dog goes out for break fast...

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. — 27 June 1884

A Confederate Eggnogg. One cold, cloudy Chrismtas day when the prospects of the Confed eracy were as gloomy as the weather, an Arkansaw soldier, whose clothes looked' as though they had been run through a threshing. machine, approached General Hindman, who sat on a stump near a fire, and said 'Gineral, wouldn't a little aig nog go.putty. well. this mornin' ? You know, in Akrkansaw we allus cilibrate Christmas with a little o' the stuff. 'Yes,' the General replied, 'and I should like to have a quat of it right now.' 'Well, let's go to your tent, whar nobody ken see us, and we'll make some 'rangements.' When they entered the tent, the soldier said : 'You git the whis key, and I'll git the aigs an' su gar.' 'All right.' The soldier went away, and af ter a while, with a dejected coun tenance. he returned with the in formation that some one had stol en the' artickles.' I'm devlish sor ry, said he, 'for I've been er savin' them things fur yer benefit for a long time, knowin' how a aignog ...

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. — 27 June 1884

A Confederate Eggnogg. One cold, cloudy Chrismtas day when the prospects of the Confed eracy were as gloomy as the weather, an Arkansaw soldier, whose clothes looked ' as though they had been run through a threshing. machine, approached General Hindman, who sat on a stump near a fire, and said : 'Gineral, wouldn't a little aig nog go putty., well. this mornin' ? You know, in Arkansaw "we allus cilibrate Christmas with a little o' the stuff. 'Yes,' the General replied, 'and I should like to have a quat of it right now.' 'Well, let's go to your tent, whar nobody ken see us, and we'll make some 'rangements.' When they entered the tent, the soldier said : 'You git the whis key, and I'll'git the aigs an' su gar.' 'All right.' The soldier went away, and af ter a while, with a dejected coun tenance. he returned with the in formation that some one had stol en the' artickles.' I'm devlish sor ry, said he, 'for I've been er savin' them things fur yer benefit for a long time, knowin' how a aig...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 27 June 1884

A Confederate Eggnogg. One cold, cloudy Chrismtas day when the prospects of the Confed eracy were as gloomy as the weather, an Arkansaw soldier, whose clothes looked * as though they had beeti run through n threshing machine, approached General Hindinan, who sat on a stunp near a fire, and said : 'Gineral, wouldn't a little aig nog go putty well this mornin' ? You know, in krkansaw we allus cilibrate Christmas with a little o' the stuff. 'Yes,' the General replied, 'and I should like to have a quat of it right now.' 'Well, let's go to your tent, whar nobody ken see us, and we'll make some 'rangements.' When they entered the tent, the soldier said : 'You git the whis key, and I'll git the aigs an' su gar.' 'All right.' The soldier went away, and af ter a while, with a dejected coun tenance. he returned with the in formation that some one had stol en the' artickles.' I'm devlish sor ry, said he, 'for I've been er savin' them things fur yer benefit for a long time, knowin' how a aignog...

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. — 4 July 1884

p . - - 9 4 - . 4. .TI ASESOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JULY14, 188~ (NO. 39. 'In~e.'ed 1t the rost 0, at .Eusley - '(. . edont& ' U" au3taer. .~A A oPIro o. FadOF. SUJdCRXPION. One year. strictly in advance ...... $1.00 Six months " " . 65 R ATE5 OF ADTWEIRTIS; 0. O 'e square (1 inch) I i. ns t'tloii.. ..716 Eaci suhsequent isrion....... .. 40 Liberal diseOllut on coltrtiot"s or by the colim, half or quairter 'clolutnn. Marrhtge notiees free and Aolicited1. Obinaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspoidlents. to isure attentiotn, mIust give their fnll adrl'ess. WO Are not r-esponsl41e for the opin !oI of our corresponldents. edn~imtunieations for the p er' oint be addressed to the Editor; hus~ness letters to the Publisher of the Muss81Nm. 'Easley, S.. ,'T YIJOU TELL. If youi hiavte a clleerish'1ed secret, Don;'t you tell. - Not Yomr frile'd-for his tylmpUnt1ium Is t bell, Which its eehwes, wide V(hounding. MAUNiltle)tt1d and far resouniun Don' tvon tell. If yourself you coniot keep ...

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. — 4 July 1884

7- N . .... !:, .4 . ?. ) - /[0 I XJ S L. 1] ALY SOAUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 188[NO. 39 jntCe-Ied id the ato1tA e at 3uley C. ae Beowl CL* Maftr J.~ IAG001, i i.**4 Pro, [. F AGOOF SUdSQRIT'ON. One year, strictly in advance.....$1.00 Six months " . 65 RATES OF ADVEBTISX'O. Otte square (1 ineh) I inse4t'tion1..7e ach suhequelt Istrtion ....... 40c Liberal discont on contriets or by the column, hlalf or quarter ol1ii. .Obitnaries over 12,1ines chargedl for. Correspondents. to lusure attention, tiust gJive thei' full adress. We .e not responelb le for the opin -ons of oir eorrespondents. A1 edtimtmications for the pAper' miifist. be faddressed to the iditor; busiess letters to the Publisher of the M sINO118Esley, S. C. .aOT, N01U TELL. If yoti have ai cieerished secret. Don't Vou tell. Not yolir frienl(d-'-tor his tymp:111tagin Is a bell, Which its ethoes, widetehouinditig. M.tipltid and far resouninyg - Don'tyou tell. 1U yoor1elf you coinot keep it, ' Then who (ould Von more exce...

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