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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 4 July 1884

VOL'. LIKE .4 EA'SL6EY, ,IOT .AOL INA 12' S , JUK . 1.884E. VOL. 1.] . EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, F'RID)AY, JULY 4, 1884. [NO. 39. Eatexled at the Postoffia a(t Easleyi 1. C., as "Iecond Clas Matter. J. R. HAOOOD, Editor and Prop'r. TEyRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, strictly in advance......$1.00 Six monthIs "cm....6 R ATES OF ADV'ERTISI'O-. Onte square (1 h-h) 1 insertioln ...... 7e Eall sihsequent isertlon...........40e Liberal <lisConit oil contracts or byi the colnlml, half or. quarter eohima111. Marriawe nohtices free amd solleited. Obituarie over 12 lines charged for. Correspotldents. to inlsutre attention, munst give their full address. We a re. not responsible for the opin 'oiq of onr correspon den t-. All comtmIliietiolns for the p- iper miust be addressed to the E'ditor;' businlesslA letters! to the 111bliiiher of the MESP'NGER, *Ealey, S. C. If yolu have a cheerished ecret, Don't you tell. Not voil frielui--for his tyi nnI)U ill i i a bell, Wichel its echoesu. wvide rehmu...

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. — 4 July 1884

*Ite fnleg aezenger. J. R. HAGOOD, EmoR. STATE CONVENTION. By reference to another column, our readers will see what was done al. the State Conventions last week, It was our good pleasure to be present on this occasion, and in as much as it was the first that we ever attended we shall never forget it. We were one of the number of delegates who represents Pick ens County. Our entire delega tion, with one exception, turned out, and not only did the editor enjoy himself, but his Colleagues did likewise. The gathering of 300 talented men in one house, up on whose shoulders rested the re sponsibility of directing aright the Ship of State, made a scene, inter esting to witness. In the hands of our delegates there rested the power for providing for our future government. Our ilestiny was safe in their hands. Our interests would be looked af ter, and our prosperity would be cared for. These men, thought, Apoke and acted for our great pop ilation. The thoughts that found expres sion,and 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. — 4 July 1884

the faslg 5essenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY iATTERS. n111 ! Rain ~ Beautiful Rait I -rhes* 6t moonlight nights are the kind for plo nics. ---n6.kttion season 18 coming. Tie fair forths are putting in their appear ance. -Are there any boys to catch In Easley, or have all been caught ? -Next Monday Wa Saleeday at Pick -Mayor Gignilliat and wife left us for Atlanta on Thursday morning. --Our ftlend, Jaines Hester, is back at Welford, where lie is telegraph ope rator. railroad agent and Postna.ster. -Read the eall of W. C. Bennet re garding the Cotigressional Con vent ion. -Hon. J. E. Boggs and Maj. D. F. Bradley were in town upon attendance of the' School exercises last week. -M(sses Lalla' and Mary Quillian, and Mr. J. B. George, are Ylsiting In Walhatlla. -Easle3 has been truly alive with visitors and the school exi abition la tely". -Mr. W. H. Green and wife, former residents of our towit, but late of An. derson, i. siting relatives in Easley. -Maj. ItiR. Rermndmtand wife, visited Greetvi...

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. — 4 July 1884

WHY HE GOES ON CRUTCHES, Mr. .Jabed Gazely, travelin2 salesman for ihe well-known liq nor house of Guncane. & Racket. now wears a pair of erutches, not for ornament, particulairly, but mainly for use. Several days ago Gazely, while en route for a rural sea of trade,. felt in with a lot off young fellows, representing many tradea and 'professione. Thy ex changed cards, flasks 'nd oinpli inents, old jokes and wearisome stories. Wheqr Gazely arrivd at the small town where he was- to transact'".msiness, it possible, he proceeded' at one to the house whose wants in the whisky line he had ever supplied, bnt upon enter-4 ing the store he saw .hat a change in proprietorship bad taken place, The proprietor came forward. 'Good morning, sir.' 'Good morning. I wee that this placew has changed ownership. I used to do considerable business with your piedecessor and hope to merit your confidence.' 'Your name?' Gazely handed him a card, not his own commercial paste-board. but unfortunately the ...

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. — 4 July 1884

0R BREATIl1 NOT HER NAME. O brathe not hIer t1m*6, Let it ever be t1e.re .4 Dowtn deep in the learc Where trme worth li imeasitrei For.ot. 'twere profatng - To.thwie the fonl tnlid Who lee ps in a grave . That a broken heart madile! -.Slm fpR'meatl a willow 'Way dIown) iI a lea, On thme benmtikul banksi. .Of the brightCongaree. You her.lover she pineul, For heir loved sle..dledI. And Death, thte gri;I monster, Claimed her for his bride. Like .iy aba drooped- * - And taled away Whevn the tidit. treachedi h-ir Tliat Ma)eom so gay . Hlad -i batth- een slain, it'tat1.the'd ne ' er bhiu. C. re, Thit it plainas of Virginlick Ilie lay welt,'ring in. gore! U~eyr reai forsook hier Went siadly atray, As a he.ponrtim$ for tier Malcon .,So fte du' away, Cryhig. .alkom. dear Malcom! cuml q , love, .to nm1; O oine 6 the..fond heart * ri slagIing fot:' thee! But *.low ' ph'ntom echo Replil(d to'her hioansm, And amwered her Adly II 16w plahitive tone-7 "Your Malcom, (ear M1alcoiW - Yu'll never more...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 4 July 1884

THE CONVENTIONS WORK. Well and Quickly done-Uninstruct. ed Delegates sent to Chlctgo-The old State Ticket Renominated-Full list of Electors and Delegates.. CoLUMBIA, S. C., June 26.-The State Democraite ' Convention which met here to-day proved to be one of the most remarkable po litical assemblages that South Carolina has ever seen. It accom lished more work in five hours than simailar bodies generally per. form in three days. It was a mod el deliberative assemblage. Its personelle was admirable. Its smooth working was due largely to the tact of its presiding officer, Colonel Charles H. Simonton, of Charleston, who is, perhaps, the ablest parlimentarian in the State. Everything ran along smoothly, and not one incident happened to mar the harmony of the proceed ings. There was a notable ab sence of speeches, and the entire session was taken up with work. The program had been clearly mapped out by the executive com mittee, and it only remained for the Convention to ratify its re comm...

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. — 4 July 1884

Short Talks With The Boys. My son, I heard you speak of your father the other day as "the old man," and of your mother as "her highness." What's the imatter that you can't refer to then as your father and mother ? Suppose your parents should speak of you as "the kid" or "the fly." You'd soon beoin to think you were born in the wrong family. TLhe son who is ashamed of his pa rents ought to be ashamed of him self. suti)pose their ways are old (ashioned, and their grammar aI little off, and they (lon't feel like keeping uip with the fashions of the day? Not one father or moth er in ten had the advantage you eIijoy. Forty or fifty years ago they walked three or four miles to a country school to pick up a little learning, while now you are talking of going to col lege. Thliey began poor and have toil ed and labored and saved for their childreii. You just remember that things have greatly changed in this country. Years ago a calico dress was seen at church far oft ener than silk. Men went...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 4 July 1884

AT COST! INE XT 61 We wvill 8ell Oit Otir Elitire( Stock of' NEWZ YORK COST 2F.t o o3 E , jClothing,~~r~ N( E YdORK C/STJ Whi IN. HAOOD &. Co .i n 18. tf THIE ('[EAP ("'IL OWNBLY BROS., ks tw liplae t() 1)11* v ou i ie i 1 OUR SPECIAitL111ESa W c8l t' C rcitv lit~t I~i Ii ' I i e I heir libetrall jml rtlag ill tlIe paist. we! bIlle hv)V (%( aIt ivlioll to1 bililiess I(); ( I ueita volit llim e of 1 tt111t a lli est 1)~ N 1f'Vi(). 111,11.1wLsttv S.vv fil.c sh tiul V. 'l. ........................... a itt lt~t I -t (-~, '*4) 1 i 14 t eil \ i fori t'l'~iwe w'11 1)11-. ti I tt vw ) t6-eT I ,wi ll't 11 uv lti:li l I tlt~ t i t w' I'l t)(v $ :elilina'll wi''tlljv VW ..ii' v:I(' AvmthU ll~i te Ii IIl' 4)1 I ll!%O1 I 'l - E s I () 11) It'. x '.,v m) 1 (fl.lti i 1i u.' ('tim cI .\Eavie Sto Il ( whnlle .1 (4*wv of~~frc IVim%(- nt Hi'k- $\\ H. lilt ti. lv tl !)11, f lor I v. Ids. I~- )v' 211 1 v of e w S, an 1 11( t (", 1 1 lilt tililt' t Ie WIk C th a b~o~tte (~' t t s. it'fPja ieur 1(1 G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 July 1884

VO7L.B1]EALEYE S 7oZCA4R FRfcIA 12Y, JUYTOO 11,f1Z84(EN. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1884.0N. 0 Jhe fnsley jessenger. Ente4ed at the Postofice at Easley S. C., as Second Class Matter. J. R. HAG00D, Editor and Prop'r. TERMS OF SUnSCRIPTTON. One year, strictly in advance......$1.00 Six months " " ...... 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One sqjuaire (1 inch) 1 insertion......75e E'achi suhseqinent Iinsertion...........40e! Liberal disconut on contraets or by the columin, half or. (ularter column.111. AMarriage'c niotices free Ind solicited.1 Obituaries overI 12 lines chargm(ed for. Corre'spondeits,. to insure atten t.ion, nut.st give their full addiress. We. are n resonsible for the opin !oiu of Our' Correspouiets. All commnications for the paper) m1ust be addressed to tho Editor; buslines let.ters to the Publis1her of the MNESSENM-n?, Eatsley, S. C. FOR ME ONLY. I was' eliminig atfter ai ros)elnul That grew a little too high. Tho ugh I Stood on tiptoe to re:nth it, Wt le...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 July 1884

"LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST." Let every tirue sol of Pickens Cou nty, as the time approaches for holding the Congressional Coi vention, keep before his mind the niameic of Col. R. E. 'owen. It is true that none can vote Save the six delegates that are to be pres ent at the (onvention. There is nothin g InisF. however, in look i'g with great intecest to the probable nomination of Pickens' noble son. The man whose eforts to do good Fr our cointy, knew no limlits, n111(d who is ever ready to ca rry fi ward the ilter.ests not oily ot Iis co.lstit uenc1, bit that. (f the en tire nation. ORR RE-NOMINATED, T'lhe C(onivention of the Eiglith .1 lu dicial Circuit was held in (reen vile on laist Monldav ni-it. (W'o. It A. Thomipson,oft W.lala a ele'cted ('hairman,11 while G. WV. Tay 1 or, Esq..4of ,Pi ck eIn s, wA:I s 01 c t ed Secretarv CoYl. .James L'. Or' r was the only calldidIte inl the field 11 the Solicitorslip I I e was nominnated by C(ol. Sillipsoi, of Anderson, and was secondedl 1 V Mr. ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 July 1884

accept our tinuiks for SoIeI nice peals -W 1e' return thaiks to "Let Ice lioll" for his kind letter. -The afternoons are warii, but tii n ights are (cool. --.Jng'e Gosett was kept qupp ite )IIS: a part of hst week. -Why (10 we have Iick-namcs iv('I 11s ""Jake", is a groodtmilne. -11 re is a great; il'uiiatii for blor se-s this week. The farners want t< get over thueir (r"ops. -Th'lerewa no servivce inl (he B-1p tist1 Chr hirc Sunda. as was an nonled there woubt bo. --OurI. sub cription 'li. o.J 1il.mZ-' < r'n Eve ryboil Subcribe for thll IeSE N(. N 0 1 -, I t. ->hiyor Gig-nillial :1uni w\ife~min t Mr A.1T. Folg'er maile t rip-; to Atlatnta las week. Mlts. G ,is still ill At lua - . lr . i. 1 1 . \ V i l l i a ln , w i l l p l e a4 et cept, mln' thank.. for a1 ha 'kvt' of lin Thll funilyv of ('oL.,1. E. lhla'-ood <Of (,ll isill pel t lt. Sillul1 v wilI 1 ' , I Ii w v It() t '1 w S 1Ill1al1' . A. FlrOf Ith" N1Essa I liie , ret urns h i wS-n t I lainlks ii .\Iit Nttic lutrt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 July 1884

FRIGHTFUL' RAILROAD ACC[. 1)EjNT. Two Charl Iote Hound Sleeping- Car, in. the River. H t' ill froll (lhe Nti't h :i ri v' t (tha riote Sititla,v 29tiI. at 12 53 j. .1 w itll()lt it-,, I1811:11 cm n } eloleLlt (if ' 0:le 1t . Tilie PiW I1 -lel'sI r :11(l thie 111:61 ei.:I tia lin1 l)111 collie over the \'iriowi. Af il :t li ' t:I and a re l I:tnt : e: to t he U llarlotte lloilll( t Ir in i 1:t Dal \ille were 111mis'sigll. Thllis i dicn tell tal u.0l(lonlt oW soil, kindl ()i II( le'VililitR M idfll(d ron(l. ni11( :I tor'rilble onste it p~rovedl t-o be Wherl ri a tle cil Inrs hokee ille kil()Wit. T he t WO 'llis Sill ' t (Tm)111 N Wa t - ' . n t I hoe Im t-tt ill t) f o .i 1 ,antlles 1 V(r, : ol poi 1 1 10 Wliet're ill \Vi r nlil1in MA lhu4. i bi1 rid ro spn i t,. it 11 1in' m41 l onl a-~ 14a\ i ' rt (dt I li 1'4;\'I n i ( I l a iWN, 1.1 11 i W011:1iies NVI I i l til n() he it It'r I the I I~ I II hliI <S I 111 I1 <2 :1 it li r I <it I101 hat l I 1( t'mn WOnIVr:looked hliek. v...

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. — 11 July 1884

-1he folowing froin the "Ui ion Times'' is applicable to ( wt suppose) every County in tl State, and we theref'ore copy it P IINTIN( T1CK ET.S.--It i8 110y 1 v ears Since We first purchased tl< ('nionl Times and it has beenl t haid st ruggle every year, froini .Jani ilfary to Ja1uary, to keep the papge upl) to respe'ctable Stal(lard. If W( have iiiade' inio thanl a deceit liv ingu. out of it we would be please if son on e wOuld tell us wher< it is. Nearly all t he pat roiage the p)a pvr recieve's is colilulsory, but fem (ive it their Support from - doesi r< to enlcourag-!e an1d suist nin it; on th< co)itrary. it seems to he a studie( iiformt or bv far the largest iuajorit of t lie 1)'ople of the cunlit.y t( 0v8N(e puittingo, a dollar in-ito tihit ed it oi's Im)cket, ill t li' way of alver tisin~g m o r lint ing. ' N t ii hSt aluIl int this the Tilnes' has worke< aiithfull f ov r the Denieratie par 1t Vill(I lIs f(reelv Vjell ii.s c(Il111111: Itii' a 1 v('dtiseilielits...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 July 1884

N .NDiGAN ANT PAIITHiU.---(e). Iatiglie, w Whlite iiil of 19 or 20 Ve:Il'S. of age, l1- s for soillei tile 1a8t lleell pnlvillg verv lnitke(t1 at , ote~tiolls t-o i (:1daughter (W lIe r Pool, at P"ietimlonit. The I fu athI erI ilnt 1O1I( t iar e i - -llllit( llet :ei'v g:Ve' AIt'. I vle veryv ('11)b ant ie o (let's to (les5ist 1 il l11 is tilntri iII) 1'.i l 1aI 1ntlli festnt ionls. T h'le ellInIIi n1atiol (>f Ilit' :aif:ai N' \\ s Ie:eliIe S dtila( v, WIell vmll I egil'e bal iliiOu ril:t 10 lll eln ts to zike to bim self the (lallgiter wit lioit.t Ihe con sent 0! the fatier. I le mllet li s n f* tiallcel !it. slI(Iny S chool alli w as t'())Sllsiiitling 112 lie Ii tin 1 In s :t isk, leisurC when the fath er, who l ( 'e'eiveIl ilitin t'mIons of t he ll'oli"s(e cl l( '1illelil1, n ime Ol I he scelle. I I stn rt( ed t take lIis : Ntit ulterl Il <ut Nv Is lL l :11n ' niet at t h <b 1 x . h)v thlt , ,Cor(S:il fru vist jte i I N\i' who a 1 li e 81 I.el cd ta at110 i ' lI I li- eo...

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. — 11 July 1884

Je Pluera. Tie tender endearments are brokeii That. united us, darling, for years; Thy lips their hlat fond words have s poken, And naught Is now left me but tears. So sadly the night wind is sighig, And so sadly the moon beams above; iu sympathy both seem replying To the miond of my heart for its love. But ah not a thought canli borrow From the night wind or moonbeam to tell The measureless depth of my sorrow, In this awful, relentless farewell T. [For the Messenger. Country Locals. MR. EDITOR: The ''local items'' of this neighborhood are about as follows: Wheat and oats badly damaged, and still damaging. Much of the corn is gone, "root and branch.'' Mneh cotton has died from ''sore-shin." Bal ance corn and cotton a two week's "journey in the wilderness." Vine and other truck patches flour ishing. Gardens fino-vegeta bles plenty.- E"mpty corn cribs and meat houses plenty, to rent, cheap for cash or barter. Pas tures good and stock doing well. ----Dewberry pies have been slaughtered...

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. — 11 July 1884

THE CANDIDATE. Father, who travels the road so late? Hush, my child, 'tis the Cndidate; Fit example of huTani woes, Early le comes and late he goes. le gireets womilel with courtly grace, Ile kisses the baby's dirty faee, Ile calls to tle fence tihe farmer at vork, Ie hores tile me'elrcalt, lie hores O.e clerk, Thie blacksmith. while his anvil ring's le greets al this is the song he sings: Hlowdy, howdy, lIovlv do, H-oV is your wife aml how are vou? Ah! ih fits my list as no other ('nn, The horily liamii of the working I hisbamln, 'vho is that Iman at t he gate? 1111sh, 1m 11 l(ve. 'ti,. the ca lt iiti.ate. 1 lishantal, why c:m't le work like voln? lie has nothinzg at home to <lo. Alv lear. when(lleve'r a. Iiai is down, Nio cash a:t hom11e, HO (lrIh(lit inl town, To(- stupidl to pretach, tn(-o prlmul to be,. To tiiiil to Steal antd to lay t) ohig. 'leni over his r i.wi lhe 1lings. Ant to he lear pe'o)le thii Song lhe si Igs: Hov oI y. hw)vly, howily (h), Ilow is your wife ant IOw...

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. — 18 July 1884

VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1884. ghee insley _*essenger. Enteted at the Posto/Jice at Easley H. C., as Second Ca8s Matter. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yea4r, strictly in advance......$1,0 Six months "1 " 0.... 6f RATES OF ADVERI'ISINO. One square (1 inch) I insertion......75o E'aIch subsequ~ent inser'tin.........40i Liberal discount oil coitracts or bi (he column, half or quarter column. Marriage notices free and(I solicited Obituaries over 12 lines charged for Correspondents. to insure attention 1uust give their' ful address. We are not respolnsible for the opiti Ons of our correspondents. All communications for the pape1 must be addressel to the Editor busiieess l(Aterts to the Puiiblisier' of t-h4 MESSIINOER, Easley, S. C. A FAREWELL. Fo-ret me not, Thouglh distnuit, he tIy lot. Aini never m1-ore otur loving hinis 1m1: twinle sweet rie Yet all thy cal)e benetI(' h lllember still iy hiearut.'s ever t hinie To ch(eeri our souls ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 July 1884

gittibit' * af~sceItger. J. R. IAGOOD, Enrror. THE SALUIDA AIROUS' CIN I PEACE. I'le readers of the M E1SSEN lG.: will remember that in our issue of .June 27th, we attacked the 'Salu da Argus" on account of an ar ti cle Which appeared inl its columlils regarding the Congressional can (idates of the Third district. In or'der that the Whole matter miight he thoroughly understoo(. we refer 0our readers agail to the article which appears il our issue of the 27th, ultin, and ask them to co'uple it With what we now have to say. The Argus'' termed the candi dates for Congress. save Hon. 1). Wyatt Aiken, as "political up starts." We meant to quote it as calling them "u lpStalts;'' and left. off the deecQriptivc terim "political.' At our failure to so qualify the term, "llpstarts,'' the 'AI ruS' calls our attention to it. The prefixincg of the word "political," however, to the term "upstarts, im no wise ex c(ases the 'A rgs-'omi the ha se and uncalled for slander., which it. with iuprecedent...

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. — 18 July 1884

ile askeg Jjessegetr. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTE ts. -Rev. D. W. Hlott is quite sick at his home in the village. -Read the announcement of Rev. B. S. Gaines, for Treasurer. -The school boys are gone and base ball has come to a "stand still."' --Our town has been alive with Com mercial tourists recently. --Mr. Irvin Miller was about the first man to get done "laying by." His crops looks well too -Little Johnnie Ward left at our office this week one of the finest cu cumbers we have scer this season. -Croquet parties are all "the go'' now. The young ladies seem to de light in the interesting game. -The crops for the last few day have comie out wonderfully. The farmers don't want rain before next week. ---The coui nication of "Subscri ber" is cro wded out this week. It will appear in our next issue - -Mr. Kennedy, a brother-in-law of A. W. 1ludgens, is paying our town a visit. Ile is oin his retur11 hioimie from Texas, where lie has been living for somIIe time. -Will "Peggy S.," favor the M...

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. — 18 July 1884

Organization of the Piedmont Fair., Association. The meeting which was held in ] the Armory Hall on July 8th for 1 the purej)0$ of organizing tle Pied mont Fair Association of South 1 'arolna was composed of repre- I sentati ve business mien. The'ire I were no "loafers" inl the assengy, I which, though not as large as was I expected, wAas composed of enthu- I siastic sipporters of the proposed scheme. Tile special excursion train o the C. & G. R. R., brought representations from tie counties alon(r its route and there were present in the h1ll the officers of the Greenville Agricultural and Mechanical Association, besides a 1111m1ber of other public Spirited citizens of the Mountain Citv. At 10: 15 the meeting was called to ordelr an( G7en. W. W. Hum phreys, of Alderson, was re(lest-1 (d to take the chair; Gen. hum ph reys in a short, neat speech, t hanked the meeting for the lion or, and 1spoke of the noble ob*ject for which it hadl been convened. le pledged that A nderson couit...

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