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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 4 January 1884

The Easley Messenger. __r___ Mie x torc, the more it's shoo1, it shines. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1881 gh jasley ffestnger. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS, EASLEY, S. C., JANUARY 4. Egh, MRs. P. A. OWNBEY will board scholars for the Easley High School at reasonable prices. jan 4, 1884-2t -Miss Pet Partlpv, a most enter taining young lady from Anderson, is visiting relatives in Easley -Col. J. J. Norton, of Walhalla. )assed through en route for Pickens on Wednesday last. -THE MESSENGER wishes- its read ers A happy New Year. Let others add their names to our list. -Santa Claus,. on Christmas Eve. 1resenited our friend Smith, of Ander son county, with at five-potm d-boy. -Col. J. E. Hlagood, Clerk of the United States Circuit Court, was in town last Sunday. At present he is in I ickens. -Rev. W. 11. Kirton delivered a good and an interesting sermon in the Methodist Church on Sunday morning last. -For convenience, hereafter our lo enl and County news, etc., will be ...

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. — 4 January 1884

ithte gusIeg Merssenger. J R. HAGOOD, Editor. EASLEY, S. C., JANUARY 4. THE LOCAL PAPER. The Chicago Tribune, one of the leading papers of the West, tells a great deal of truth in a few words in this article: What tells as readily the stand ard of a town or city as the ap pearance of its paper? And its youth or its age can as well be de termined as by a personal notice. The enterprise of its citizens i. depicted by its advertisements, their liberality by the looks of the paper. Some papers show a good, solid, healthy foundation,plethoric .purses, and a well-to-do appear ance generally; others show a striving to contend with the grasp ing thousands around them, trying to wrench out an existence from the close-fisted community around them. An occasional meteoric display in its columns shows what it can do if it had the means, but it cannot continue its expensive work until support.. comes which ought to readily be granted. A newspaper is like a church ; it wants fostering; then it can...

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 January 1884

ghe fgzegle Saesefger. J. R. HIAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. EASLEY, S. C.. JANUARY 4. Alaswer to "YOs O 1." Dear friend, I've listened to your suit. Youve asked me Yes or No ? I'm not the girl to act the lirt Tro ga i ra pitbgu; Nor I the Viai'd to tiruiitvayv, Ini anger and( dlisgut, The mnit) who Simply s 1ks my h1nd "Igldl u lving trgekg g i cannot fusk likeo41ett4 f4sk'W. N or do as traitors do; My vord is simple and my bond, And shall be so to you; VI'mbut, agh] tinln1d,-IOngVS't.-gir A tIen4t Ti .iyvto be;A . Whintever answer I shall give Your canl depenld on me. I like to Ihink of honest m-11 O mIlel.whupe hen t. art, t e, ny i p r r1 do d ake And silih I k ii Ie vou, Y6d'1ve asked ind toin&your ' fe. 'hIl-t's all I should have hI Ie.ird, I know you mevanl just w hit 3ou sy. For you hvI VpaSS(e1 our word. You've told ie t 1 m1t'*for one lonig year. You've loved rue asyour life; Nov in aniswering' ""Yes or Nc,' I tell you 'tis no strife. "li deepest waters (uie't sle: The sha...

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 January 1884

Ke gnsley QJessenger. Entered at the Postoflice at Easley, S. C., as Second Class Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in a(vance ...... $1.00 Aix inonths " . 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. UQne square (1 inch) 1 insertion......75c Each subsequent insertion............40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, half or quarter column. Marriage notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents, to insure attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin !ons of our correspondents. All comimunications for the paper must be addressed to the Editors; business letters to the Publisher of the MESSENGER, Easley, S. C. [For the Messenger. Explication of The Law of Compen sation. By knowledge the intelligence of the world is being called upon by pub lic Expositions of Industry and Art,and on every occasion representatives from every State and nation confer together in reference to rising questions, affect ing the progre...

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 January 1884

_Supplement to rrle Messenter One Bachelor Of Many. There's 011 thing to the ladies I pli ly - Vish to say ' na man of 110 Pretenses ; i fifty, if a day; i'm neither gay nor amiable, I'm fussy, and I'm plain; 13tt, girls, you needn'to plot for me all plotting Is in vain. I never see the brightest eyes, and all their witehery Is wasted amunniiition. if its aim i.s hurting me; I never See the reddest lips, I'm proof against all smiles; I rather think I'm not the num for any wolnIll's wiles. I cnll snv oil Imy OwNl bittonis, myi11 stockings I enn mnd, And -womien's hands around mly rooml are not what I intend; I wvant no0 knitted, net-t~d thins, no t ravelingo bah n ni 'No slippers and no cOil nforters, no pa inted paiiues, ino eap... 1 buy the things that 1 requine'; so, la divs, hear Ie ay, \ll sich atltentions s-pen1t. ol Ile are simpiy thrownl away:41 So shuake yoi curls a nd gik e y r ltgi.ft, bewihler all you can, Biut just retieiiber, if you plea.-e, 1t hit I aill not the man. I...

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 January 1884

Supplenieiit to The IMfessenger. .II'1 R. AGOD, Editor and Pqropr. NIASLEY. S. C., JANUalZY -1. ElUi Perkinsg Live Dr'umtunier. Sheriff Wiggins, of Dallas, Tex as, made it a prom i neit part of iis business to ferret out and puln ish comiercial travelers who trav eled inl Texas withoitd a license: but olle niornilg Ile iet his ilatch -- --a genimille YiYkee drunmner. -WhNlIat have you (ot to sell ? .AyIivtlin Ii' asked the Sheriff., as 11v Inet tile ColllleetIelt linll oil tlle streets. 1Oh, ves ; I'm selling me (licine -patent iedicinIe. It's the best thing in t he worl(l. You onolit to tri a bottle. It will eure your ag ter, eu fe rheum itat i sm-enre1 ( (eve A Ind Nou w ill sc Ullme a case ? -Sar-tenly, sir: ghl to.' Tleun tI sheriff, houglit a case. .Allt.iln o r aske(l the Yesir I Want to see.cc r license foi. Selling gOOds ill I exas. That k IIiv (lilty. as the lhi'gi shierill o)f I )tlaIInS Co inlyIt . Tlhe dro11'11lullleowved liini a dom *fIilllent, (i (d ll) g ol anti StV.n...

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. — 11 January 1884

The Easly Messengk., _rull, like a _oth, he muore it x shooh, it shines VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1884, 'fi (.nsley 4fessuger. J. R. IIAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. LOCAL AND (OUNI DY MATTERS. E ASILEY, 8. C., JANUaRY 11. Cot weather and seighing are most t1ked of now. TirE young folkz, is well as the old (r onles, h nve emi enjoying sleigh rides. Willie R. slayed one or more sweethearts recently, an(] it doesn't na~ke any ditference if this is leap year. IT has beem almost. cohl enough to freeze the tear's on the cheeks of those who have wept bit terly Ovr sad dis )Ippointmenit. Mis.smes Russell ati Ciyde, and Messrs. Bowenl id111 Nickels, have re i urned h'nue after making a pleasint Sirip to Abbeville and Laureins. .J. E. IIAO')O) left oi Monda night for his home in Charleston. II. J. GIGNILLIAT, our very 11e conhnnodating Agent at the depot, left 114 on Wedetdla((y night l1st for Bir mi'nghatim, Ala. iHe will return soon with Mrs. Giguilliat, who has beeni...

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. — 11 January 1884

N if '& s I...$'. ... .. (.& 'A ~ ~. 6 . In formit ion has -heei Ireceiveld in this cit Y from Mr. Scoliebl, En-, ropean Agent of the Carolina, Cuin berland Gap.-and Ch icago Rail Rtoad, to the effect-t; th'at tile pros pects of Seciring foreign aid have beel 11111chi miroved4 the recent iegislttiQ1 in this .St ate,. granting 1owns and coui IS perillssion to ubsribe."-Daily News. Now, wlmNIt more nouragement (old We look for ? Our new road is almost a sure success. Soon we may expect to hear the sou nd of the whistle, as the locomotive makes its way across the plains and valleys, of. our Piedmont see t ion. If the modification of the Rail Road Bill is likely to build up suchl an enterprise as this, theu We are better off for the chang1e. It is one of the grandest. ,chemes in which South Carolina has ever par iicipated. 'hIe( Completion of the rod1(l will do more for1 the. State than any other enterpriie that cotld be Started. It has already piovenu to be of ilIValuaIildle al...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 January 1884

(fali Cl6l tnai ia M~et@iF.4 . TM3 E UEORIAL Rung on St' Mairy% Burial-bell* at noon, on April 27th, -in memory of the M.;Rev. George .Washington Doane, D)D., LL.D., Bishop of New Jersey. Ot t of Its turret tolling Deep sounds -the Burial-bell, And o'er this noontide glory Sweeps with its wondrous spelf That veils, yet lights with beauty The sunlight shining fair; And thrills Spring's perfumed blos soms With inense-breath of prayer. And wide the gates of Paradise Open to those who pray,. And one who died in Christ, comes forth And Walks with us to-day. Yes, while that bell is stilling Our hearts with sorrow's breath, We offer glad thanksgiving Eor victory over death. And thus, this Burial-bell rings out, Through every cuigeful year, And drops its heavy notes like sobs Of mourners o'er the bier. Yet while the notes fall Earthward, We cannot only Weep, For throbbing through them breaks the hymn That changes death to sleep. And Alleltia ! tills the air To Christ, Who died and rose W1hi...

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. — 11 January 1884

J. R. IIAGOOb1) Editor and Prop'r. Eintered 't the Posto//ice a/ EasleN, S. (C., a~ econd Clas Multer. T'REHMS OF SUBSCRIPl'.10N. ()le ye r., sI rietl ill ativalle . ..... 1-,00 Six molIts ' . RATES 01 AI)VERTISINU. )ne square (I inch) 1 itisertion......'75e iach suhseliet itnsert) o.......0 ,ibc ral diMcotlut oil coitracts 01 by thvecoluimu, half or quar-ter column. Mar-rige notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines elarged for. Crrespondents. to insure attention, must give t-heh' ft ill audress. We are not respolsible for the opil 'onis of oil correspondents. All colinicallllsftis or the paper must be ai(ldreCsed to the Editors; bine,4hss lett(e'I to t he Plblisher of the MRss~Ena , ETasley, S. C. The New Iaialroad Law. See. 1. Repeals Sections G, S, 8. 9 and 10, of te act of 18;2. Sec. 2. Provides for the insertive of set ion 1,451 a, in th Geiieral Statutes. which provides for tl.) public disphay I of schedules anl rat(s. stating ilh - ilie t h'y go into el'ect, and 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. — 11 January 1884

S__plenent to The Messenger. -Columbusi (Ga.) Sentiidel : Sever al parties that leit our State last Fall for the West, write back that theylon't fiud it as they expected. This reminds its of the Georgia youth who went to Texas to better his condition a few years ago, and penned the following lines tolis nMother while in that State : "I am sitting on tlhe stile, mother, Which doesn't coiuelde With what the agent promised me I'd find upon this side. Ile said that all was green out here, That cori was twelve feet high; The corn is on my foot, mother, And the green is in my eye. Thuis morn I bade a long farewell. To my Stiunday coat of blue, I pawned It to buy a stami) To send these lines to von. If I can e'er get back again, That agent P'll destroy; I'll stop his lying, that I will, s sure as Pin You. BoY.' Health Hin1ts. Children or adults subject to ear ache should wear a little raw cot ton in the ears during this scason. A good way to exercise the arms is to swing them backward and ...

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. — 11 January 1884

supplement to .The X/1e4se 9e 'he youn g woman said her lov er .w I ('oinin1:' onihlran 4he W. g)ing to h 1 ttried. WhereIIpona the old lady said she hid much experience in the 'mar rying business,' and would give the young lady some advice, and here is what she said 'Well, child, never marry a rail reaOlder, for lie is liable to gyet kill ed at anly tiie. N'ver marry a military man, for he is liable to go to war and get S hot. Besides, his goreous elothles attract the attent ion of the wo 111en. Never marry a hotel-keeper. M Iy first husband was a hotel-keep ilr, and tell th1rough the elevator Opening and broke his skull Never nmarry a travelling man, (.)I he is always away from home. Never marry a steanboater. My Second hutsb )anld was a steam 1boat captain, and got blowed into 1,000,000 pieces. I always get terribly mad when I think of that Mal). Never marry a grocer. My thi r-d husband wvas a grocer, and he was killed by a molasses barrel fallin' oil him. When I think of him I'm...

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 January 1884

The Easley Messenger. _rnull, lie a torh, 11e monre it s shlooh, it shinles. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1884. [NO. 15. .R. R. HIAGOO, Editorand Prop'r. EASLEY, S. C., JANUaRY 18. 1OCAL AND COUN 1Y MATIERB. gii'Mr. J. T. Arnold, after Feb.'the b4, will become the traveling agent for TF H i MMESSENGE R. - We had more snow on the night of t he 16th, but it wasaslight one. -We are glad to say, Our young frienld and printer, Willie Folgrer, is up1 un a ork agAin. ant(last %%R' m ii -The appearance of the weathr j.redicts snow. Maybe there will be -Lookout .Mac, "whi'le the bell rings (r t Itc whistle blows.'' It will be time .t) get out of the way of - the train. --OImN GAINES from Central, hias i il general eharge of ti. wires In Mr. (Gignlillijat's absence. lie is an adept iii the art." -r. J. T. Smith has nmade arrangue ments, to build a two story dwelling on his lot, below A. S. Akin's, soon. Hurrah for Easley! ---1r. J. T. Ariold is rohig to build a1 t wo s...

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. — 18 January 1884

gife nsteg -lessenger. Entered at the Postoqfee at EuaAlty, S. C., as Second Class Matter. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. EASLEY, S. C., JAXNUARilY 18. TERTIMS OF SUnSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance ...... $100 Six months " ". 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (1 iMel) 1 insertion ...... 75c Each subsequent insertion............40c Liberal discon)t on contracts or by the colunm, half or (uarter column. Marriage nIotices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents. to isure attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin ons of our cotrspolI(lts. All coitumuications for the paper must be addressed to thie E(itorS bIusiness letters to the Publisher of the MESSENoER, EAsley, S. C. OUT RAILROAD. Please bear with us, while we )ress the subject upon your con sideration. It is one which our newspapers should continue to agitate, until the work is comple ted, at any rate. Now that a vote of the towns and townships are in order for s...

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 January 1884

NANCY. An Idyl of the Kitchen. I , browni Hollat)(1 apronl She stood I the kitchen; Iler sleeves were rolled up, anId her cheeks all aglow; .ler ha11ir1 was colled ieatly, when I, indiscreetly. Stood watchillg while Nancy Nvas kneading the (ough. Now, who could be neater, or bl ighiter, or Sweeter, . Or wh,) hum a song so delightfully low, Or who look so sleler, so graceftl, so tei (1der, As Naney, sweet Naney, while kneading the dough? I lo x (leftly she pres'se( it, anld squoieezed And. twi;istled mlI tiurniied It, how (Iquick and l1-w slow, Ah, Ine, but that nuniness I've paid for ill san(Iess ! 'T was lly heart she was keading s well as t ih dough. At las' when1 She turned for her panl to th. dresser, She saw iue and blushed; andI(] said hyl y, "Please, go, Or Inv brea(l I'll be Spoilinlr, in spite of mlly toiling, If yolu staIud here anId wtat ch n hile I'm kneading the dough.' I beggede for permission 1(1 st a y. She'd not listen; The sweet little tyrant said. "6No, sir I no !...

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 January 1884

GENERAL NEWS. -The license for retailing spirituous ligours in cheraw for the present year has been fixed at $300. -Moniey is scareer in Oconee Coun. ty thban it has been in several years. -Corn in Wailhalla is selling at 85 vents per bushel, cash. -Mrs. 1.. 0 illiam and her son, Dr. Win. C. Gilliam, of Newberry, are spending the winter inl Vienna, Aus tria. -Trin tty College, Norti h Carolina, has nineteen Cherokee Indians as sti dents this year. 'Tle State is py13hIg for their education. -Cliristmas parties in Tampa, Flor ida, dined onl watermelons, cncumbers, tomatoes, beans15, early potatoes aInd oranuges. -The public schools in FEasley and in some of the other townships, Pick cns County, will not run as long this year as usual,ast hey have to pay debts incurred in 1882. FRANK JAMES, the famous out law and the only survivor of the Jaimes brothers, lying in jail at Kansas City hopelessly ill wit h1 collsinuption. SJNATroR BUTLEMR was one of the pall bearers at the furneral of Sen...

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. — 25 January 1884

The Easley Mssnr. Crutl(, lihe a lorth, the. oe it's sihoh, il shines. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1884. [NO. 16 A LITTLE MISTAKE. %he felt he'd claimed her as his own, For woman's wit lis quick to see Tl'he growth of seeds by Cupid sown Just after ten. She blushes red wien slow she hears The low-toned words he just has said, And trembling on the verge of tears. She blush-s red. And startled at the look she bears, For, ere lie finished, her soft head Droops and to his shoulder nears. ie hastes to say 'midst hosts of fears, ,1 love-I love that. gitigerbiread Your dainty little han,3d prepares !" She blusies red. -Philadelphia Call. ONE HUNDRED LIVES LOST. The Terrible Shipwreck of A Savan. nah Steamship. WASIrxNGTON, 10.30 P. M.-A ru mor has just reached here that a Bos. toln and Savannah steamer has met wit I a disaster, involving great loss of life. BOSTON, Janary 18.-The vessel re ported lost off Gay lead, Martha's Viiieyard, proves to be the steamer "City...

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. — 25 January 1884

IVANTiE'I). W.anI I fte-A d wifre o enn. t I'haie a I.broon . ) To brutsh down the cobwvbs and weep Ih the roon ; To make dk-eent bread tlit a fellow call eat. Not thev horrible cmpil)il you every Who knows- how to broil, to fry. :nd to roa!it Make a Cuip of good tea an1d a phatter of t oast -; A womaln who wa.Ses. Cooks, irons, and stitehes, And s w tlh' rips ill a fellow's ob1 breecebes, All inamkes her own warillents-al item which1 is So horr.id expensive as every one knows; A conunon101-sens 1%,C r 11eature, ontd still with a ill To teach and to guide-exalted, re tilled; A ort of ali angel aid Iustetaid comfl bined ! T. (ANDIDATE.-.- lon. S. S, Cox. il thIe 'youth's Companion. aAs An ncidlent of the personal ities of the 'stu mp' was related to me by Gen. A. G. Scales, a mem her of Congre.-s from North Caro lina. sidth 'When a you1g1m'n,' said the general, I ran for legislat.ure in my tative countly. At one of the p re (Iincts, aS I passed by a crowd, I noticed a imian--onie Sam...

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. — 25 January 1884

gu1e gazl*g ffersenger. .J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. E ASLEY, S.'C., JANULiRY 25. [For The Messenger. Cv11 aud Social Law. Civil law is Iuiciple-a rtle of jils (ice. . Social law prescribes to iman his soII rnige-siffiage with Coileilldable considerations. Both these huva's are subsereviilt in the conltexttre of every counmmity, evincingr manneri.:ms hear intg same straight of style the Master employed inl the managremenvt of bonid ed servilide; adaged like iiaster lIike iilli, Looking in the - positive tense of thee hiws long the line of observa t iol, assoia)iolt 0n woull he : perilolus )rid(ger to 141opt oVq the (hisml of dhis tinctions, but lit Iize itility :nl1 the problm is sAOlved by educlation andi il itarini.im, as they alway's move pa erinally by einlcidative principles of; iliesioni throuigl the exeellenice of ed Iver inlterinlity, bringing u1p from I he lowest deptls of life, through every gnnic to the highe't eoiiiion. Yet, inl I) rvspect cnl the ligher' exist, in-...

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. — 25 January 1884

Entered aHthe Postqfice at Easley, SI. C., as S9econd Class Alatter. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. EASLEY, S. C., JANUARY 25. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One ye'ar, strictly in a(nce......$1.00 IX mniths " c ... 65 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One sqtiarc (1 inch) 1 insertion......75c E aci nbsequent insertion............40c Liberal discoutit on contracts or by the colum, half or quarter columm. Maritage notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charoed for. Correspondents, to insure attention, nmst give their full address. We are m(t. responsible for the opin 'oiis of our etrrespondents. All comtiuletiations for the paper must be addressed to the Editors ; Iisiness letters to the Puiblisher of the MlESSENG ER, Eaisley, S. U. OUR ENLARGEMENT'N. This issue reaches our readers in the enlarged form. We are glad to be able to offer the public more reading matter, and to offer them one of the cheapest county papers inl the State. It is to he found inl a very conIvenient form, neatly printed, and ...

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