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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 19 September 1884

- - 2 ,fXE. 201C-4 2Y1'A V1A? 12'. 8H00A' ZII.YE VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1884. 0 the fJsej Messentger. J. R. HAGOQID, Editorand Prop'r. Eonteiled at the Postofce at Easley S: C., as Second Class Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ov, ear, stricti in advance ...... 1.00 Six months " " ...... 65 BATES OF ADVERTISIN(. Oue aquare (1 inch) I inscrtioii ...... 75c E ach isubsequtent insertion............40e Liberal discount ou contracts or by the colimni, half or quarter column. Ma,rriige noticesx free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondeits, to insure attetition, muist give their full addro:s.C' We are nlot r'espons;ible for the opini ous of our coresAponidcits. All communications for the paper mu4t be addressed to the Editor; uns!bincss lettern to the P"uublishiur Q the M1)'NaRa, EeLw, S. C. IlLLY'S IlARiECOuE. The Cherokee Philosopher Enter ts his Friends. I was pccling4 some'1 11i0C soft. peaches for divner just to save Mrs. Arp th...

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. — 19 September 1884

It QueiCR (CJz~anger. -J. R. IIAGOOD, ERITOIt. OUR TRIP NOR1TH. In our letter of last week writ ten from the great "National Me tropolis," we Went through with the events of Sunday and closed' our correspondence. Time and space forbid that we should give a detailed account of the remain der of'odr trip, and in consequence Of which we will touch Only upon the most important features there of. Monday and Tuesday- of last1 week was spent solely in the city of New York. Tuesday was a more important day to us than the one preceding. A part of the. mormnig was s)ent ill visiting some of the pinting inaterial es tablishments. We feel repaid by our visit to themn, a-n( our visit North shall certainly serve as an impetus in our publication of thei MESSrNu n. I thc aftenoon oCf the same day we visited agnin ( entral Park. We know of none1 nowherc hat seems to us s3o beau tiful. Nature has do:e much f-rI it, and what she has not c!comfl1 J)liShud, the artistic touches of the tasty Nor-therner ...

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. — 19 September 1884

LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTER8. -His IHonor Judge Aldrich passed hlbrough on Stuiday last., en route for Pickens, where lie is now sitting. -Rev. S. A. Gary has a ile milch cow fot sile. Butter la scarce, and this ai a good chance for some one. -Mr. W. 11. Nix paid Atlanta a vis it this week. from where he replenished his usual full stock of goods. -15 pournts Brown Sugar for $1.00. 14 lbs Golden Sugar for $1.00. Sept-19 tf. . C. P. R UmoN. --Miss Eula Brown and Miss T. El well graced our samettum on Thursday, with their presence. Such visits are al ways pleasatit. -See adyertisement of P. F. Roma re, Ilerniess an( SaddlC Shop. Go an1d patronize hin, us such an enterprise has long been needed in Easley. --See cert itleate of lIon. B. F. Pcrry, of Greenville, in regard to t hef virtues of ('alisaya Tonic. Who can doubt when he speaks thus. - Read chanlge of ad vertiieinent of Iludjdens & IIndgens, and buy one of "The 'Th mi lrrro vs." for I (Irrrow ing ill your small 'grain. Tlhy are t...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 19 September 1884

BY AND BY. ly A1TCY LARCUM. We built a bridge across the gulf, That held us seperate here; Our perfect faith was rtore than sight; The far was as the near. We said, "Though glad things out of reach Above us float and fly The gladdest, the most beautiful Await us by and by." 'Thy heart to mine, and mine to thine, Said, "only true be thou, Nor lull thyself with alien dreani, Nor break the unspoken vow'; And we, the storm-clouds overpast, The thunder-crash rolled by, Shall we meet and cross the rain-bow bridge Tn sunshine, by and by.'' Who saw .hc beauteotis rainbow bridge Break into shreds of air, Till yawning, gray, and measureless, The sullen gulf lay bare ? Alas! it i6 not as it was! Where are , thou and I, Left with the faint, receding breath Of echo, "by.and by ?" And fainter, farther yet, the souid Dies out in blankness blue; Do all the a ysses gape, lubridge, All seas lie shoerless, too? Is Heaven itself a mist, a cheat? Nay! t.ke heart 's lonelv crv, Pathetic. with unconq uere...

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. — 19 September 1884

NO SECT -it REAYTrN. <X! Che woe~Ima 'daoabii1es &ie civts 'be. Vka %i~t 1-Seed 11n-a 1r.tefl 6eamn, Uyt~e ftf ~aa5y4.mli eava. A~Ea '.1h-mu7" 40wa 1W %be d. for 4CRf1e W~&em 1 -heard a 8tmige voee caMl 4Y M&h tide, * er ifde.." ,flut the aMed t.ther did "t iiik And Uis lopg~gewnSabed behi~4d, As dow t ueke biue 4*0 way hle 'Ti be m-4 &or 'Iveavenr -m UPe in: 'Then he Z xe d 11'"S ev'e Mlfal A 1ilig ,t-ra~ck, And tibe poomrr '4A ftteur 14(ili filtuv A slugie -A io Otje fteod i Za itn. ik saw 11m ax-n -ou~ the qrAhertqifde, tflutW (491k go-Wit floaedi onl Mae tidc1 , A n dx oi Pre (, in -obt)litia spot. 'The n 1jun tii I- rler -aQn-c "My 'cut aad hat sw %it 4DPe al to ( grr. y; ~caK L(A go 4ny 3.-thXe r And Wis "broa&d41.Vie~ Jmt i;cp~~e It I t a at~ot~ iidreled Way-hb t;: A JI1OgI;ei1e Avlimtly tyver likait:; skere, 7L11 c -C 0a t ,i~e p a1Tf, :&14-A xe at( I a As lie eite-ved Iv-iet 1HVI fsnit off 1gXV 'Wenit tvijjtjy hAlifing aivay; And iiorpe Of*th" Ur~...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 19 September 1884

FATAL SUoPTING AFFRAY A9 LAURENS C. H.-A fatal shooting affait occurred onSaturday evening aborthausk at Laurens C. H., in whih W. 11. Pool. was fatally wounded and J. W. Fowler slight ly injtured. It appears that on the.evening mentioned Mr. .Fowler who is the uncle of Miss EVA Pool' who lives near the court house with her mother, went to the-store of W. H. Pool and accused him of having been too intimate with Miss Pool. Mr. Pool, who is a distant cousin of the lady, denied the charge. Mr. Fowler insisted that he should make reparation by mar riage. It is said that Mr. Fowler then remarked that there must be some settlement of the affair at once, and drawing his pistol, be gan firnig. Mr. Pool returned the fire, woundling Mr. Fowler in both hands. When the affair was over, it was discovered that four shots had struck Mr. Pool, one being In the abdomen, one in the leg, one in the arm ond one in the side. His re covery is thought to be impossible. Mr. Pool has not been arrested. The ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 19 September 1884

NATIONAL AND STA1 E TICKET. For President, I GUovER CLEVELAND. of N. Y. 6 For V ice-Presid(ent, . Tiuos. A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana. 1 F~r Goverfnor, * luon S.: Tro'ieso. For Lieutenant Governor, C JOHN C. SiPiij:RDa. For Secretary of State, Jo-1-N. Lirgeois. J. P. RICnAuDsoN. For Adjt. and Insp.-General. A. M. Mi AcurL. * Forv Com1ptrVoller-G oner1l, F'or Attorney-Geneira I,t C. IZ. M) 1,s. 1 'or Superintendent Edtieattion I ASBULaRY CoVARiD. . For Solicitor 8th Circujt. Ciou. .1AS. L. OIuu. C~t.1 For Congress. 81rd Di-strict. Co LI. 1). W VY-rl AHKEm. PICh EN'; COUNT Y, For I. ouse Reprectenltatives,3 J.H E . mONE. For01 Clerk (if Court. J1. d. Ln'.wis. i For Sheli IF. .1. I. themv. J. H. NIMw-ro.D.. Lf For School 'omil] )n io ne: C IA\lu \Ix IM - I, . A. . ThA LI-:EY ;yhjc J. J. ra Ibum VeL(~. 1 .11 Fo r C0r*1er J. A. L [I.. A BId M' RFASe;IN I'~ S,' Wi 1 it Cmli~ ()f those EVn(lish sparrosU that ,W are learning to dete-st !:o muchli iueror abt feit the~M othe day,~it hie b t e tti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 19 September 1884

Arteunis Ward - Hils Courtship. 'T was a calm, still night in joon. All nattir was hushst, and nary zeffer disturbed the sereen silens. I sot with Betsy Jane on the fence of her father's pastur. We'd been romping threw the woods, kullin flours and driving the woodehuck from his Native Lair (so to speak) with long sticks. Wall, we sot (har on the fence, a-swingingour floet to and fro, blushing as red as the Baldwinville skool-house when it was first painted, and looking vCry simple, I make no dout. My left arm was ockepied in balansin myse iron the fense, while my rite was wounded lavisily round her waste. I cleared my throat, and tremblingly said. "Betsev you're a Gazelle." I thought that air was putty fiune. I wanted to see what effeet it would have upon her. It evidently didn't fetch her, for she up and sed,, "You're a Sheep!" Sez I, ''Betsie. I think very muchly of you.'' "I don't b'leeve a word you say-so there now tun !" With which observa shum she hitched away from um. "1 wish...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 26 September 1884

r4 ~e . _ _ _ _ . f E.dmL* R _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ N.SL ItL' SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, 819PTMJDjR 26, *$ N~*~ 'TV RKS O iU8C.TtG IRK'IJ 07F ADVERaIM"~.6 Oneqvr1 th1 ierki .5 I.,Ibmval discount on -owtrats for by te colurim, hal!I or-qnartrcoluminn. Mar-Iiage 1,iotices frec i an131cited. Obf alftrics over* 12 lin"8 'oharged for. ~a1 ut gie the to~ nhtlre ttent0. We *re 'ik~ mt c-portsile fsw One 401i All commtbIimcations for The -paper 1flljt -he FA(lkessed1 to tle Editor; .1.tftheu lettersto the 74iftler al the MEBS,'.NIra. Easley, S. C. WMAT LOVE I&. i eau-ts that throb like Mluttozingmwizigs. xlen ailbices 01l bight ey&cs, Yieldingia to Ck~e lAct (k idgbi 41Wilspera w-ot; anId totich of ltaiiCN, i'rjiyf INN-hem -tficeaWkl TidS MNay imeawu U~e-4r atight bt*,Rkle,~ 't'lleso may 'coi-md themny ga, r1~1OIg o'love yoti mv~erk-iaomnw1 Loveha tt1testw, i'rhatcan meer fimirer miake 31ife Nit got- the utlieiff skc I'lihat !C#41 w(41COme -delah -114 Sweet Whez ltk ife ca...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 26 September 1884

ghe gusley eener. J. R. HAGOOD, EnIOi. THE CAMPAIGN OPENS. Tuesday, the 23rd inst., was a gala day for the citizens of Pick ens County. By appointment of the State Executive Committee, Pickens was made the place for the opening of the State Campaign. All the speakers assigned to Pick. ens were present with tWo except ions. Senator Wade Ihtimpton, who has been spending 6ometime at Dagger's Point, Va.. received I he information of his appoin tment too late to be with us. Unavoida ble circuinstances prevented Hon. J no. C. Shepherd,the present Lieu tenant Governor of the State, from a participation in the events ol Tuesday. Our people would have been )leased to welcome in Pickene again, the man that so materially aided in the redemption of the State from the hands of plundereri and self-aggrandizing office hold ers. Notwithstanding the very busy season, the solid democracy of Pickens County was well repre. sentod on the 2rd. The rare and rich eloquence of the speakers wh( graced tge al...

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. — 26 September 1884

fbe fazltg Usssenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. -Oitton is begflung'to come in. -Col. 3.. . Hagoodloft for Chatiles t n on Tuesday aiight last. -It has been sometime since we'had rain. -lee *cold Soda Wgter -st Own bey Bros.. Sept. 36 i -Our efiend Jehn W. Ni'kels was the first resident ef our town to have a bale of eotton -packed. -Many railroad hands are busy lay ing steel rails on the Air Line read In -our town. -The commutiication of "Rover" Is crowded out this week; and will appear Uext week. -Mrs. J. 1. Hester has been very sick with fever for the past week. We hope she may soon recover. -Tobacco and Cigars cheap at Own bey Bro. Sept. 26 tf -Opertor A.. T. Folger has gone to Atlanta, where he takes charge of an. -office. -Seven bales of cotton were sold at this place during three days past at Nk $0 $1. -Rev. D. W. Mott, we 'regvet to atate, has removed to .ls home in the ,country. lie was a good citizen, and Christian gentleman. - .A -Job Lot of Crockery cheap at Ownbey Bros. ...

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. — 26 September 1884

OUR WASInNJ GT4N LETTER. I is but natural that the coun try should wish to know more of the latest Presidential candidate, Belva Lockwood, the nom inee of the Woman's Rights party. ?hi candidate's life, written by an-Im' partial hand, as the only means for completely supplying'this de mand, will doubtless appear at an early day. Here in Washington any book of the kind is needed. She is to be seen almost every (lay treading the streets mounted on t ricy ale, head erect, and feet work ing with an energy which is in:li - cative of the secret of her success in life. She- was the first of her sex to mount the tricycle an i de demonstrate the right of woman to ride whatever her business calls and she also rides for the pleasure it affords, as others do in their car riages, and how she does ride! No laggard's pace is hers. where ever she goes she is the observed of all observers. She is not a de. votee of fashion in any respect. She sets her own fashions. With head in air and face earnestl...

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. — 26 September 1884

DiWn Among the Dogs The firt one to arrive after din ner was a short. thick man, with a red race and thick neck. The 'mad' could be seen while he was yet a block away. I'e came up, puffing and sweating, and waved his right arm around and exclaimed: 'If I V1has aroundt, I kill dot man who took my dog!' 'Y-e-s,' -replied the dog pound man-'your dog is gone, ch ?' 'Of course! If my dog vhas home woul.1 I pe don n here to look flor um? 'And you think the dog-catcher got him?' f'i'fr I doan' think so, wb vhas I 'lExucI ly. Well, we'll look and se.' They passed in throtigh the hall way to where a viow could be had of the imprisonl.ed 'dogs, and in ai f seconds the visitor cried out: 'O4Qt vos Sliacob-dot vos my (log! Shake! Shake! Boor fel low! Der shildrens grv deir eves oudt unIt der old vhomans vhas seek abed for vou! Ie paid the do'.lar after a great deal of lagg1ilng, and as he went ofI he called back : . 'EAfery night soma burglar likes to get in mlouse und eafery day so5elme pody r...

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. — 26 September 1884

[For the Messenger.] DOTS- ON THE WAY. MR. EDITon: A recent trip to Jo. casse, afforded an opportunity. for ma iny items by the way., .yhIgh may be of some interest to your numerous read ers. We were right on your track, Mr. Editor, and dined the next 'day with Mr. Fisher, where you haad spent the night previous. We dubbed this por tion of the country the egypt of the Piedmont belt,-as, ordinarily, the peo pie raise an abundance of corn, and other grain, and the mountain range affords them an inexhaustible supply of beef and mutton, at nio expense but salting and marketing. These fine valley lands have been in cultivation three-quarters of a century, or more, and still are as politic as ever. They are level and free of stumps or rocks, and the improvod agricultural machiln ery could be used profitably here. The beautiful White Water river flows through the valley, rushing over its rocky bed and affording a congenial home for the fliny tribe.. Fruits espe. cially, and vegetables of a...

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. — 26 September 1884

[For the Messenger.] Seek In Time. 'Tis sweet to look on love's young dreams, There .charmed by the runniag of the '. geap; ~ Ayiknig ayamtoo sweetly spent Totn of t0'st and then ;epent. You a i'I Wert young togther; Perhaps we sought-0, never. The day has come-we must part, It came in with a sudden dart, And still we nevet aought 'Twas too lht"10 thos6 who never fought. - Yonng friend, I tell thee, fight in time, And then arise with thy inight divine. TUBE ROSE. He Knows It Too. My heart is sad, And he knows it too; Oh! it's too bad, My heart is pierced through, And he knows it too. I sometimes wonder if he caes? Oh! no, I dare say he does not, And on day by day it wears Perhaps sonie lay lie vill-t hen what ? Ile knows. VIOLET. Time Will Tell. Time will tell when i e meet again No more sorrow shall e'er remain; Nothing but happiness then forever, When we sh:ill glide o'er life's hills to gether. VIOLETr. Greenville, S. C. [For the Messenger.] Holly Springs Singing Choir. MR. EDITO...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 26 September 1884

Wanted-A Little -girl. Where have they gone to -the little girls, With niatral smianners and natitral curls? t1ntra Who love their dollies and like their toays. A nd talk of something besides the boys? Little old w'ouie iIn plenty I fn14, Mature In miminers and old of mind ; Little old flirts who talk of their 'beais' And vie with each other in stylish clothes. Little old belles, who, at nine ar-A tenl, Are sick of pleasure and tired of mien, Weary of travel, of balls, of fun And find no new thing under the sin. once, in the beautiful long ago, some dear little children I used to k now Girls who were nerry as lambs at play, And laughed and rollicked the livelong day. They thought not at all of the 'style' of their clothes, - 'They iiever imagined that boys were 'beaux' 'Other girls brothers' and 'mates' were they; Splendid fellows to help them play. Where lave they gone ? if you see One of themn,anyw1ere, send 'er to ine. I would give a nedal of pnrest gold 'To one of those dear lit...

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. — 26 September 1884

Wanted-A Little Girl. W here have they gone to -the little girls, With natural manners and untural eurls F WVho love their dollies and like their t ys. Alnd talk of something besides the boys? Little old wmomen in plenty I find, Mature in minners and old of mind; Little old flirts who talk of their 'beaus' And vie with each other in stylish clothes. Little old belles, who, at nine ar-A ten, Are sick of pleasure and tired of men. Weary of travel, of balls, of fun And find no new thing under the sun. qJnce, in the beautiful long ago, Aome dear little children I used to k now Girls who were merry as lambs at play, And laughed and rollicked the livelong day. T'hey thought not. at all of the 'style' of their Clothes, They never imagined that boys were 'l)CIUX' - 'Ot her girls brothers' auid 'mates' were they; Splendid fellows to help them play. Where have they gone ? it you see One of thei,aniywhere, semi lici' to ie. I would give a medal of purest gold 'T'o one of those dear little girl...

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. — 3 October 1884

VOL- le U2ASLE SOUTHCARI, FIDAYE2' 8 81100KX I2' &8L4S. VOL.1.]EASEYSOUH CROLNAF'RIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1884. NO. 52 ghe jsl*eg MJesenger. J. k. IIAOOD, Editor and Prop'r. Ente.sed t the Postojie at Eailey S. C., as & econd Class Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictl in advance...... $1.00 Six months " . RATEB OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 inch) I insertion......75c Each stibsequent insertion............40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, halt or qiiarter column. MalaiiIge notices free an(id solicited. Obituaries over 12 fines charged for. Correspondents, to insure at tention, -must give thir 2ull alddress. We ire not reponsible for the opin ;is of our -correspondents. All comnan1ientions for the paiper Mt1b1.e4; 60dIhee to the Editor; ulsinuess le'ttr .1-, to the Publisher of the WI! SlNGEiRI EasIC.s S. C. BILL Al1P. Rle is Visited by "Cousin John' Thrasher---A Snake Story. Cousin John Trasher came to sec .us the other day and it made us proud. For it ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884

VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1884. (NO. 52. J. R. HAG000I) Editor and Prop'r. Ente.wed at the Postoflice at Eoasley S. C., as k'econd Class Matter. TERMS OF SUHSCRIPTION. One yeir, strictl in advance...... $1.00 Six m1oniths " 65 RATE8 OF ADviRTISI NO. One squiare (1 ine b) 1 insertion......75c JAIch stbsquent insertion ............40c Liberal discont on contracts or)I- by -the column, hal or qiuarter columin. Marrhiige iotices free anid Solicited. Obituaries over 12 lities chn rged for. Corresponden-ts, to insiure attentionl, -mu is't give t heir fll address. \Ve are not resposibli for ihe opini .ois of our <-orres onent. All communmientions; for the paipe mu.t be addressed to the Editor; sineSs l(etter., to teie P1ublisher of the MNssENOER, EaslCp., S. C. BILL A IPP. -He is Visited by "Cousin JAhu, Thrasher--A Snake Story. Cousin John LTrasher calme t () see us the other day and it' made us proud. For it is no small comph -ment for a iman like him to ride...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884

ghse gustre $I3Jcsenger. J. R. HAGOOD, EDITOR. SHALT4 THEY SCARE US? Last week the weak remnant of the Rpeublican Party of this State met to take counsel with each oth er in Columbia. About one hun dred and twenty-five whites and blacks met in the hall of the House of Representatives there to (liscuss the political situation and to adopt such measures as they dCeied would be conducive to their inter ests and that of the National Re publican Party. J. IHendrix Mc Lane, the defeated ,eandidate for Govenor, who ran upon the Green back ticket two years ago, was present, and desired the co-opera tion of the Republican Party with that of the Greenbackers in some of their nominations. Chairmaii V iller called the con-1 vention to order and W. J. Whip per, colored, of 1eaufort,was elect Vd temporaiy chairman. ie was the first presiding offieri' over the Republican Party sixteen years ago. 'Bit what were palmy days to then then, are not such n1ow. They are but to stan I aside and witness, pe...

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