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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884
*Ihe ?aslet * essenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTER. %- __ _ _ -1-_ -Read tke new advertisements, --The cotton Is being brought to ruarket. -Next Monday 1U Salesday in Pick ens. -October rolls around with the mer cury high. -Rev. James Aral is on a visit to 'his -father. -Dr. Smith paid a visit to his broth Aer,Mr. M. J. Smith this week. -Our run of job work is a big one. Come oi -with it. -Lookout for the new advertisement -of Hudgens 4- Hludgens next week. -Cotton is bringing about 81 at the best. -Gov. B. F. Perry will speak at 'Peidleton at the Stock shQw. -Tobacco and Cigars leip at Own bey Bros. Sept. 26 tif -One of our young men has quit -erosslig the roads so often. He must be '"solid."1 -Dr. J. W. Quillian, wvho has been 'quite sick. is able to take a trip to Georgiat, and left us on Wednesday. 4 -We are glad to be able to report t-he condition of Mrs. Hester as improv (d. May she soon be up again. -Mr. W. J. Pickle requests us to state I that he has tenl fine shoats for sale, ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884
[For the Messenger.] DOTS ON THE WAY. (Contiln ued from last week.] In one of the discussions in ref evenece to the, ability of some of f he c1urhe e)to do- more than they have done in repairing their old churches, or building new ones, so I hat Sunday School andotheri religious services might be cdifortably enjoyed even during the winter months, W. S. Pickens, one of t he lay delegates, Brushy Greek Circuit, took the floor, and made an excellent speech, brist ling all aliong with common sense and practical truths, which n2 one acquain ted with the circumstances could gain say or deny. Ile rasped the ministers .Qharply for their beautiful theo vies, ia their several reports from their chiircles, as to the financial ability of the people, but as an olirset to many of these theoretic- castles he made a most tartlinig declarationi that seven-tenth.s of the people to-day, if forced to settle ment, could not meet theirliabili' v and were actually insolvent. Is this anl ex a:iggeration, o...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884
CORN-SMUCKING SONG. Shuck elrIng, ilgglrA, buck ills co'n! Dar's m'eniy er bar.l it nieya plle; Dar's menny er rashiln, sho's yo bo'u. Ter feed all d hiaum's wild arter 'wile. Luk at Susing, dat fatt gal! Whar she git dat ballymeral? Muis' er got hit fum ole Miss Sal. Shuck erlong, shuck dis co'n. Shuck a ruck a shuck ! shuck a ruck a shuck! Pars dat tickler dowi dis way. Shuck a ruck a shuck! shuck a ruck a shuck! Ain' gwing home ez longez Istay. Iiayr dat bo' pig how he squeal! Wishin fo' de stops ter-morrer mo' ; EI he hatter got in dat dere fiel' Niggers, we'd neber bin shukin' dis co'n1. Luk at Moses, how he grin! Ain' nuffin ob him but de wool an' chin; Mont ez big ez dat co'n hii. Shuck erlong, shuck dis co'n. CHORUS. Shuck a ruck a shuck! shtck a ruek a shuck! Pars dat; tickler dowui dis way. $huck a rnek a shuck! shuck a ruck a shtnch! Ai' gwiic home ez long ez long ez IstaIv. it Surprised the Yankee but Tickled the Cowboys. The stranget from Massachu setts who entered a li...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884
NATIONAL AND STATE TICKET. For President, GIoVER CLEVELAND, of N. Y. For Vice-President, ThHos. A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. For Governor, HUGH S. THoMPsON. For Lieutenant Governor, JOHN C. SHEPHEUD. For Secretary of State, J. N. LIrscomi. For Treasurer, J. P. RIOHADSOnN. For Adjt. and Insp.-General, A. M. MANIGAULT. For Comptroller-General, W. E. STONEY. For Attorney-General, C. R. MILES. For Superintendent Educaition ASBURY COWARD. For Solicitor 8th Circuit. COL. JAs. L. Ona. For Congress 3rd D3istrict. CoL. D. WYATT AmN. PICKENS COUNTY. For House Representatives, JoHN H. BoWEN, J. E. BoG0s. For Clerk of Court. J. J. LEWIs. For Sheriff. H. A. RicrEY. For Probate Judge. J. H1. NEWTON. For School Commissioner. LABAN MAULDIN. ForCountv Commissioners. AIf. TA LLLy, F;uAS DAY. J. J. HERD, For Coroner J. A. LESLEY. CausHED AGAIN.-On an ineom ing- Vandalia train was) at fatmily of five-a fat, good natured man, his wife, a pretty but nervous lady. :1nd gracious knows 'twas eiougha to make he...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884
hoW TO HIAVEs A LoVING WiFE . -If yotl would have a loving wife, be .s gqntle 4' your words after as befQre marraige; treet her as ten dery when a natron as when a miss; doi't quite make her the mid of all work and ask her why she looks less tidy and neat than when 'you irst knew her;' don't buy cheap, tough beef, and scold her because it does not come on the table 'porterhouse;' don't grum ble about squnling babies if you caniot keep up a 'nnrsery,' and re member thAt haby may 'take after papa' in his disposition; don't smoke and chew tobacco, and thus shatter your nerves, and spoil your temper, and make your breath a nuisance; and then complain that your wife declines to kiss you; go home joyous and cheerful to your wite, and tell her the good news you have heard, and not silently p)ut oi your ihat aid go out to the .club' or 'lodge,' and let her after ward learn that you spent the eve ning at the opera or at a fancy ball with Mrs.. Dash. Love your wife; be patient; remember you a...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 3 October 1884
"SPACIALLY JIM." I was mighty good-lookin' when I was young Peert an' blacL-eyed aI' slim, Wit h1 fellers A, courtin' Ime Sunday I nights, 'Spaeially Jiml. The likeliest one of lem all was he, ( 'hipj~er, anl' hansom', anl' trim, But I tossted up my head anl' made fin o' the crowd, 'Spanial1y Jim! I said I hadn't no 'pinion o' men, An' I wouldn't take stock in him! Blit they kep' lip a comin' in Spite o' my talk. 'Spacially Jim. ,.)ot szo tired 0' havi'" 'em rolin' ('Spacially Jim!) I inade up my mind I'd Settle down Ani' take up with him. So wye were tmred onie Su~l'na in 'Twas crowded full to the bri-); Twas the only way to get rid of 'em 'Spicially Jim. .-Centulry "Isrie-a-Brae." Tim-nI FoR Ni'w ORLEANS Davis J. MeJunkins drove into this city vester.day with some very fine Ipcimncs ot timbel Ifrm the place of' J. F. Masters in ('leveland town Mhip. on the Soith Saluda river. Tie timber grew on the mountain in Chesterson's Cove. Blocks are SIed off the trees, smoothly and will sho...