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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 7 December 1883

ri 0 o C _ _ mn ni M fl. 'T wo ItomancCs in Real Life. The son of a leading lawer in New York, some years ago, 'was attracted )y the innocent face and quick wit of a Welsh chamber maid in his father's house, ,Anld de cl ared that he preferred her to all th e fashlonable beauties who had courted his notice. His family prot :-ted, but to no purpose. The only concession he would imake was to consent to go to Europe for three years before marrying the girl. Inl the mean time, having an ildepenident for t-une, the lover placed her ini one of the best schools in New York. The girl was ambitious and placed her affection to the man who had 1 b-lored her. le returned, 10111n 1. ore lovely thanu ever. They were married and the lady is now one of' the leaders cf sowtiety in the city where the live-a no ble Iefinled chlarlminr womanI. .Ani eminenit Jurist, well knlown inl Penisylvan ia inl the earyIv part of this century, was "'Iaiking the cir-enlit" onl horseback, and stopped ir dinier' at ile...

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. — 7 December 1883

I4 O U R M A M M OTH S T-OC K. CHRISTM As GOODS. 0 CAHDRTISTMAFGORS IN A A CAN EU That wvoulae o othwtr Jain aud J{aaeyade IN EHN7ILEWSS VAR IETY, .lKna. cl : nea on S. ca)uen "L AND FIREWORKS TO AMUSE THE BOYSa IN FACT A FULL STOCK OF ALL THOSE NICE T/7/n Tl17/1t .7T'l/bur// ol//// to /ia >fo /Y / iist/,a . AND W AUS TO SEL TH ESE GOODS AT PRICES so LOW T HEY WiLL ASTO)NDI V 01 OWNBEY BIROS., mas~r, so..raeoe-1

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. — 14 December 1883

.l . .......... iiThe Easley _ _ * rn4, ike If tprru, 'the norn ifa zskoa&,i Aihins._ VOL. EASLEY,.. SOUTH" OAROLINA 'RIDiYE ME5 4 .... ........ ..... ....... 14,"1883.'N".1 She V*leg Messenger. Entered at the Postoffie, at Easley, C 6., as Scond Class. Mtter. . J. R.. UAGOOD,:.Editor and Prop'r. WERMS, 9F SUBSCIPTION. One year, stiictly in advance......$1.00 Six mouths ...... 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 inch) 1 insertion...,.75c Each subsequent insertion.........40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the coluni., half or quarter c6un'. Mairriage notices free and solicitegl. Obituaries over 12 lines charged foi-, Correspondents, to Insure attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin "ons of our correspondtents. All coilnmunkmlAtions.- foe the paper must be addressed to the Editors;, business letters to 'the Publisher of the MFESSEU-NoER, Eatsley, S. C. Never Mind What " They" Say. Don't worry and fret, About what people think Of your w...

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. — 14 December 1883

VI .hS, Ileswnie. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. ECASLEY, S. C., DEC. 14, 1883. VALEDICTORY. On the 6th day of'last Se. tomber a 1 small sheet. 6x9 inches Was is sued fromnthe1Joh Ottice of 'T". K. llu(Igens & Bro. This little pap'-r met with such favor that its pub1_1 lishers, with J. 1. Ilagood, W: W. Robinson, Jr., and the writer, we.re encouraged to Commence the puh lication of TiHE ASLEY MEss EN E in its present form. The first is sue appeared October the . 12th. Since that time111 its Success hats been equal to our most sanguine expectations. Ihe enterprisi ng merchants of our growing ton have supported it liberally by ad vertising- inl its (.olumn1111s and there are comparitively few homes eit h1 er1 in the town Or the vicinity, where it is not a weekly visitor. It. also receives a liberal patronage from the county. 1 refer, with pleasure, to its success at home, buecallse the favor that any enter-I prise receives at home is a. good index to its merit. Other interests renlder it n...

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. — 14 December 1883

L90AL ANQD _ 1TER$* A. .4. ao. A goOd Wheeler A Willson Sewing NAchine can be bought cheap from RUDGENS & RUDGENS. MissEs LtLA LANNING and Looper are paying a visit to Easley. We bpe that it might be a pleasant one R9v'. D. W. Iofrt haA ioved to town. He is the pastor of the Baptist Church. He occupies the residence of Mr. Sadler. MISS M. J. HENRY, who has done so much for the cause of education in our midst, left us on Thursday for her home in Due West. She leaves sad hearts belhid. J. MeD. BRUCE, formerly of Pick ens, has made his home In our, midst. We are glad to have such an adeession to our town. He Is to be found at the store of W. M. ilagood & Co. WANTED, One Thousand bushels of Corn. Will pay the highest niarket price In cash.. OWN1BY BROS. THERE is a young man living near the-Cedar Rock who we guess is going to bring her in soon. le has sown wheat on four farms, oats upon anoth er and has hmber in his yard to build a new house. We wonder if the num her of strings 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. — 14 December 1883

(From the News and Courier.] THE RAILROAD FIGHT. COLUMBIA, December 7.-At the meeting of the House rail rd commit tee to-night Col. H. S. Hi4tns, general .manager of the Savannak, Florida and Western Railway of Georgia, addressed the joint committee at considerable length as to the system of railways in operation in Georgia, and the practical working of the con mission .in that State. When the commission was. fortned it was determined they should make rates for the railroad companies. These rates affected his road in one year $146,000. He went before the commission and stated this fact, but it did not have any practical result. Te roads made monthly reports to -t he commissioner and brought the mat ter to their attention in every way, and finally they made a modification i their rates. They fixed the passenger rate at 3 cents a mile. Lately they have made better cotton rates. Un der the rates they first fixed the com pany lost about $70,000. Before the commilssion advanced the rates...

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. — 14 December 1883

S1TEI'j2 3dEJrI' TE2J 2J6$II-EE CLIMAITIC REVEIES. The extraordnary cold winter we have had this year in Texas is sill the general subject of conver sation. It has given a great deal of diisatisfaction to man and beast, excepting, of course, those who iell fuel and winter clothing. As a general thing, a good natured man can go through a Texas win ter without having to use much had language, but we have been assured by a church member, who is .proverbially abstemious in the use of protanity, that he has had to use more of the arlicle this winter than any five preivious winteis since he came to Texas, and there are several weeks yet, during which he will have to use strong language. All classes of citiznes have suffer ed more or less from the cold wave, but, the stockmen have un dergoie more mental anguish than any other, as a great many sheep and cattle have died. It was sug gested in the Stockman's Conven tion that as the mortality among the cattle has been principally among the yea...

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. — 14 December 1883

He Wasn'tHei'Pa. A ,young womn went to-the sta tionAte meet her fathet. As tjo train cam in she saw a middle aged mhan lio resnibIld -hir relative, and sh1e rushed into his arms, huddled down on his bosom, kissed him on the mouth, the ear, the chin, and all over his patent celluloid. It was not her father, but a middle-aged traveler for a tobacco house. le took a long breath, and looked around at some other travelers and winked, as much as to say ''0, I'm such a masher !" Of course the scene could not last forever, though he wished it could. After a spasmodic hug she looked tip iii his face amid shrieked "'You are iot my pa !" le said she was right. She asked his pardon, all ie told lier not to iention it. "We public men should always! hold ourselves iii readiness to sup port those who need it." She suiled a sweet, S1(1, blush hn smile,and went out into the wide world, w'hile the traveler walked to the hotel with the others. They asked him if it didni't make him feel ashamed to have...

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. — 21 December 1883

The Easley Messenger, _ruI_, like n ord, the more it's' shooht. it shine. VOL. EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, DEUEIMBER13 2.1 18) Entered (it the 1osto fice At , Tasley, S. C., as Second Class Maiter. J. R. IIAGOOD, E'ditor and Prop'r. TERlMS OF SUIJSC IlplTION. One yar, strictly inl ulvantce....... $1 .00 Six inioliths " "5 RA'T':S 0F ADVE'ISI N U. One stn:wue (1 ine h) I itsert ion ...... 75c 1 nach 1Sbse(jIiueit insert ion ............-10 Liberal liscount oil contracts or hv' Owhecollmull, hlfl or qrtrcoliluln. U h '1riage' 11ot ices fre(et aln1( sol1i(ctite t. S)bit I It ies' over 12 li Ies ch.r I tge1 l fw. Correspollents, h) insure at I cnttion, lluswt g)ive their fill] inhress. We are not respolsible for the (pinl !oins of' 01ur colrespoltients. All emtitliUienti for15 th p.per 111114 he :itressed to the Ltlitors; 1,ttsinies! let elrs to tihe 1'll' lisher( of the 311:ssN1.nEasley, S. C.9 YES OR NO. Au Hlonest Love Letter. IDvar hadly, will y.oil kinrllyv lendl A m bi ilttiol...

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. — 21 December 1883

ghe aedy flJes.engelr. J. R. HIAGOOD, Editor. EASLEY, S. C., DECEMBER 21. TilE DIVORCE AND RAIL ROAI) BI LLS. The Divorce Law )assed in the llouse ald made its way into the Senate. Ifere, upon the third reading it met its final shock, and was defeated by a vote of 17 to 13. Mr. Ienderson heladed the party in support of the bill,while Messrs. Smythe and Leitner led the others on to victory. In order that the measure -might not be revived ;again during the session, Mr. Smythe moved to reconsider the vote and table the motion-regard ing the bill-which was carried. So this important measure has been acted upon. The Rail Road bill was carried in the louse, and no doubt the companies feel jibilant over its sIIcees. As it now staids tihe companies submit their re ports to the Conmission, which overlooks nd corrects them and if the companie are not pleased with the work of the Commission, they appeal to the Supreme Court. The result of the Comnissioners' work may not be a lasting one. Soon ...

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. — 21 December 1883

ghe gaxsleg MJessenger. EASLEY, S. C., DECEMBER 21. OWING to the rush of new adver tisements, we are compelled to post pone uitl next week, two important communications. Da. F. A. MItLES "and lady, from Oreenville. paid a visit to relations in Easley, last week. REv' S. P. H1. EiLWELTj preaches his f rewell sermon in the Methodist C hurch, next Sunday, the 23rd instant. CAPT. J. 'Y. BUTLER, from Atlan ta., was in towh on Tuesday. Before he comes again his happinness will be complete. WHEN you go to Greenville he sure to call on .J. A. Goodwin, if you want. something nice for Christmas. It* The Soelal Entertainment, given in the Chapel of the Easley' Academy on last Thursday evening was a grand suc cess. Read the card of thanks from the young ladies. MISSES LULA CLYDE and Florie Stacy, have utilized their time and tal ent to a great advantage recently. Their hamsome donations in our midst have rendered hearts trily grateful. A FEW days of'last week and two of t his, were bitter cold....

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. — 21 December 1883

[Prom The News aid Cotur'zier.] A "Most Danable Conspiraey." COLUMIA, December 14.-Now that thc coisp)i racy to conviet Democratic citizons in the United States COirt by means of juries packed with Republicans and (Greenbackers has failed, it is a iatter of justice to those who stood l) for right against oppres sion that the public should be given their names, and on the other hand it is a matter of justice to the public to know the iames of the miserable gang who, under oath to well and truly try and true deliverance make, voted ev ery time in the jury-room to con vict ihniocent imell oil al)SolutelyN, nto proof, and who w ould have done so equally as speedily if the Gov ernment had not even gone through the farce of' a trial. The three men to whom the people of South, Carolina owe the deliverance of the defendants in the cases are AMessrs. Cullen Lark of Laurens, J. C. Long of Union, andl Ileze kiah Ellis ot Kershaw. These gentlemen were as umed by Mel lon and Speer, because of th...

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. — 21 December 1883

TPLE T TO TIlE. MZESSE fC*ER What a Woman Can Do. She can talk faster than a man can hear. She can say 'No' and stick to it all the time. She can also say 'No' in such a low, soft voice that it means 'yes.' She can et-'her breakfast in bed and enjoy it. This is something that'no nan can do. She can sharpen a lead-pencil, if you give her plenty of ime and plenty of pencils. She can see in a great big self ish hulk qualities which he does not and never did possess. She can dance all night in a pair of shoes two sizes too small for her and enjoy every minute of the time. She can pass a display window of a dry goods store without stop ping-if she is running to catch a train. She can appreciate a kiss from her husband seveity-five years af ter the marriage ceremony has ta ken place. She can walk half the night with a colicky baby in her arms without expressinug the desire to inrder the infant. She can suffer abuse and neglect for years, which one touch of kind ness or consideration will ...

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. — 21 December 1883

WASN'T A LIAR. Why the "Squatter" Objected to His Name..-A Bad Witness. What is your- name ?' asked the United States attoiney of the old 'squatter,', who had been summoned before- the court as a witness. 'Which name, Squire ?' 'Your right, name, of Co1rSe.' 'I ain't got none.' 'What ! you don't mean to say that you havn't got a name? '0, no, sir.' 'This summons says that your niame is Ananias Peters. Is that so ?' 'Reekon it is.' 'Thoughit you didn't have a rigsht name ?' '1 ain't.' -Look here, sir. Don't. trifile with this court. Your prevarica t ions won't )C toleratedl here. Why did you say that Anauias Peters was not your right name ?' 'Cause it wasn't right to name a noy Ananias, therefore it ain't a right name. The Bible, I believe, sort of calls Ananias a liar.' 'Which,' interposed the judge, -makes it peculiarly applicable in your case.' 'Look a-here, jedge, I didn't want to projic with you, 'case yoII've got, the upper hand of me, but I don'tt want you to hit me with the B...

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. — 28 December 1883

The Easley Messen ger, l (rutI, likle a orh, the more it'si sho h, it sine. vOL. I.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 1883.ro -the (zIq|} f .fesseger. Entered at the Postoqiee at Easley, R. C., as 2 econd Cla8 Matter. J. R. HIAGOOI, Editor and Prop'r. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT[ON. 6ne y-ar, Stritly i advanCe ...... $1 0() Six m1ioiths '' " ... 6' RATFS OF Al)VERISING. One suiatre (I inch) I insertion......7he panleh Subseqient insertion...........40c liberal <liscollut on contracts or* by (he colun, half or quarter column. Mdarriage niotices free and( solIicit.(tl. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Corresponde its. ) inosure atte Ii tion, 11m4 give their full addlrvss. NWe are not responsible for the opin !onsQ5 of our correspolIneits. All Comiiinhunic.-ationis for the paper muist be a f1 bressed to the E ditors ; business let ter's to the Iulblisher of the IESSE4~NGER, Easley, S. C. EASLEY, S. C., DEC'MBEI 28. .__-This being Christmas week, we issue HO Supplenliclt. -F. N...

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. — 28 December 1883

W 11EN YOU GO TO j'- wvil be mor*)e tha a, ":'a J1inI yourPocA''to exanliinw POBERT1S & DAVID'S imnnwe . Sleck of 14tY GOODS hfr buin ;. W ant (if --p-- forhitIk nl (if al the good we 1keep(; So we v .i nIl give a 1:I-t ial price list: I iomeII -madeI, ( be tAick inl Ih.at \ will uhol1 watier, LC0, 22 anil 25e. il'xtria I 'uvv drill 7 4 :l Se : rood sh iit ing._ 5e ; hIvv hirt in fe ; 1 h -eI in' I v: I I wide, (li$ 7 and Sc. WVe s ell the best I10r bleah goo(ls in ih, worl I. it is : fill, yard wille, :ul perreetly* in'e froml Starch. lleavy Jean, 250c, GeOri.iAne -10c, North (':uolina .h,11An 2~. 134, -11, ld d ie. -ol1 willed nQt 1-'h aneU red onyI1 V 25c hIa!f-wool \ n( gIiIs I O; hme;ut Ii fuli chI .nIig a l ns good1 1o(IIc) s 1240 wor, h 25-)(. Elegonilt. Silk kli.et <lrecs goodIs 25, wort b 4 c. Ibst lin e of BLACK CASHMERES in lithe (it v. L~alies cloth for (IRCU' L A IS, aill- o l 1 4 vyn-d, 6wid , ill black, brown. gre ngrnet,bru andl blue, "i1.00 mad1.0 Walkinhg da...

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. — 28 December 1883

ghe gusIey ## csnger. E ALEY, S. C., DECEMIER 28. C- W. S. GnuiAmony, our Fore muan, is authorized to receive and contract for Job work, &c.,for TimE ECSSENGIR ofice. A. 11LYTI IE WM. D). MAYFTIEI.D. BLYTHE & MAYFIELD AT'TORNWYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, G I NvIN: , s. c. .PTrac/esv hn the 8/ale ami U. 8-. Couirts. Prompt nitbill on to aill busiless. O" Oflice in Law Ranlge. "N'i Nov 30-1y J. A. COO DIIEALER IN GOODS, I I I REENViLLE, S. C. (all on me and exmn the "1Excelsior Cook Stove " y ml,/eY ' iy c .-.(.Y?/~ before you bu el-where. 7nimar-cezand.11/ouse Pu1r Yis//ing G;oods~ al. sho1r-qop T I]NTW7.A.~.E E At Wholesale, Cheaper. thban the Nov 30-1y i1. P.10 J NSON. F. . i lEL AND). SWEEl SIXTEEN, AND UP TO0 JOHNlSON & CLELAN\D'S G ALLElt.Y, (UREE~NVILLfE, S. C2. We arie )pepared to maklIe FE RRO TYivPES, PiIOTOG IAPIIS, C'opy and ENLARGE PICTURES, A TI j) [/7~0'CE7) .PkICa s. Good Pictures made in cloudy weather. Pay us nor no one else for poor Pictures. 301IINSON &am...

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. — 28 December 1883

J. R. HAGOOD. .bjditor. E AS14, Y, S. ., EM .1l4' 28. - ev. 1 1. irItoI vill preach in the .Me(thodist Ciuirch in thi. place oin Suniiday next, at haI(lf-past tenl o'clock in the morning, and at Zion Church at 3 O'clock inl the af t Qi'I100!1. TilE TOURNAMENT AND DOMINO PA R v. The ile(lemenlcy1l of I he weater li of 'ues1day ilorning bettoken led a gloomn day for in1aiiy hearts. The younl' peo Ide 4of E.1asley b rl nilticipated a l1u1 rr.1, Christan i andhenIs werale fidroIopingi , in 1tiah -ly parl , of thle i nori, I bill. 1(o (1h" full CenjOYnient1 of all partI Nies, l he w eh juAs before iid day clea rd )ll' beaut Iifl1ly. Ar1ranI nen II vIItzs had previously been illade for a Toun' (a ient1, and juAs about 1 o'cloci., (n-:n . all Il. he y m)ning nen were u1pon t he ra1cc (nack with tiheir flying '-4vedk, There wvere 1ile voili) itehe who ri-e il ile J TourNienelt. Four. loveiy crownis. Ino,1 'nlit4ki ally inae' by (io - Fl lie Stacer :i nl 'ia Clyde, w 1e in 11!) ih-, incentli...

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. — 28 December 1883

J. R. HAGOOT). Elditor. Rev. ' . I I. K i rtoll Nvi 1 p reach ill th I AlC ctliodist ('1ut t'cli ill I his on ulace (m8n1alext, at. lilf'-ast Wll1 09 clock 'in the mirnIIilirr:111(1 at! Zion ChurcI'(h at. .6 0 vlok ill the ar 'IE T'O URNAMINENTi AND 1) 031IN0 PA RTI'. 'I'lle illcl men y fir tit Ni e nmtihet. tof dlay for iiliaiiy liwiits. T'ie * otiiig peo pof ' Funly tiiJld iip Of a hil ITIN> I ieWe1li.' an ll4'fni-'Iu ~ l Ne e lei 811 1 lijm11 (bl a of all ' I mi t iom " itc NN '~l It, -"I h r e i'd tee c. - a 1led (41,k. b a tfu' ly Avt 1.1-:111i c y I 1, I t \ I Iihi N. it I~ It I1 api I N.l,: ildefi a 114_, lit-li, l an W.l- 8u bvuit..~ I 1-'.k (.1 Feelv nl. Il, Liiiiig 1 i114,1 W re.p l h.. . NitN CVitl vouiiib. Men-z a- wh 'r.d ill thc :z '",1l w1I lto-i st-yo.I r v c )\ I ide 1 h-)' IiC I i .A I'l v I.di N ii. in ~ v1~ a(nd o1 ' 111 h tI wcvV.1 W I ,ii) t lU e -e c to. ii th L I o li -It'lln W Xich-z w th lie:- t n~iio Irit . iI1-i) ;h.ii' ()I ae~ heS i lieil &1W1( -f...

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 January 1884

The Easey Messonger. truftilihe a lorch; Ike more it' sho00, it shinei. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1884. site fr'Iq q%|eszenger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. EASLEY, S. C., JANUARY 4. #6, MRS. P. A. OWNBEY will board scholars for the Easley High School at reasonable prices. jan 4, 1884-2t. -Miss Pet Partlpy, a most enter taining young lady from Anderson, is visiting relatives in Easley -Col. J. J. Norton, of Walhalla, )assed throigh en route for Pickens on Wednesday last. -1THF MESSENGER wishes- Its read ers A Happy New Year. Let others add their names to our list. -Santa Claus, on Christmas Eve. )reseited our friend Smith, of Ander soi county, with i live-pouid-boy. -Col. J. E. HIagood, Clerk of tM~e Uiited States Circuit Court, was in town last Sunday. At present he is in li ckenus. -Rev. W. 11. Kirton delivered a good and an interesting sermon In the Methodist Church on Sunday morning last. -For convenience, hereafter our lo cal and county news, etc., will b...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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