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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 January 1884

EASLEY, S. C., JANUARY 25. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. mW31r. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. the 1st, will become the traveling agent for H'Z MKsSENGER. *- W. S. GREooRY, our Fore mai, is authorized to receive and contract for Job work, &c.,for THE MESsENGER office. -Messers Akers, Bradshaw, Butler, from Atlanta were inl town this week. -Col. R. A. Thompson of the Keowee Courier. passed though our town on TIuesday last en route for Pickens. ---Mss Lida Robinson has gone to Greenville, where she will enter the G reen vill Female College, at its next opemn g. -Tho citizens In the vicihuity of Loop ers store in Dacnsville Township. have erectedi a new school house, which they call Centerville. - W. M. Hagood & Co. desires 11s to say, that ini abent 10 days they wvill iave 500 Ishiels of corn for sale. Oall on them and be supplied. ---Co1. Black formerly of Pickens mov(ed to Easley wvith his family on ionIday lust. T hey ocenpyc t-he Cobb houe oil Table lmock St. Th'lhe faumily is quite...

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. — 25 January 1884

Fnuiu's Formula. As many of our readers are in fatuated with Judge Furman's success as a farmer, we give below his formula for making his celebra ted compost: 'Take thirty bushels well rotted stable manure or well rotted organ ic matter as leaves, muck, etc., and scatter it about three inches thick upon a piece of ground so situated that water will not stand on it, but shed off in every direc tion. 'he thirty bushels will weigh about 900 pounds. Take 200 pounds of good acid phosophate, which cost me $22.50 per ton, de liverd, making the 200 pounds cost $2.25, and 100 poulds kainit which cost. me, by the ton, $14 de liverd, or 70 cents for 100 pounds, and mix the acid phosphate and kainit thoroughly, then scatter evenly on the manure. Take next t hirty bushels of green cotton seed and distribute them evenly over the pile and wet them thoroughly ; take again 200 pounds of acid phosphate and 100 pounds of kain it, mix and spread over the seed, begin again on the manure and keep on that...

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. — 25 January 1884

IIE TITE, IHE PAss.-A few days ago a Man with a meek and humble expossiou and wearing a smnmer suit of clothes applied 4o m)e of the railroad passenger agents for a deadhead pass to 'To iedo. 'Why do you want to go to To !t(lo?' 'T-o git mnarrie'd.' 'A nd you havii't money ?' 'N:t above twenty-five cents.' 'iIa(n't yoit better be worth your fare to Toledo before taking a wife on your liands to support?' 'You don't understand the case, protested the man. 'I'm going to anu-ry a widow worth at least $5, 000, and the first thing I shall do will be to remit you the price of a icket. ]'im poor and the widow knows it, but she marries me for love.' lie protested so long and e11(arn lv that he was finally passed down the road. Two (ays1 eaps (d and theni a letter was received frm him, saving: 'I leaven bess you for your kind n(s5 ! Rchlid here all right, anil larried te widow aecOr1(hugr to progran In MO. It, turns out, she isn't worth a cpper, In thIi isemg y 111a) 1 ask you to pass us both...

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. — 25 January 1884

FLIRTATION. W hat Is flirtation? Really, MowN can I aniswer that ? Yet when she smiles I see its wiles, And when he lifts his hat. 'Tis meeting in the ball room, 'Tis whirling in the dance; With something hid beneath th2 lid Besides a Simple golance. 'Tis walking in the hall way, 'Tis resting on the stair; 'Tis bearded lips oi linger tips (If mamma is (jot there.) 'Tis going out for ices, 'Tis buttoning on a glove; 'Tis lips that speak of Phl3's ntext week, And eyes thlt talk of love. 'Tis tucking in a carriage, "is asking for a call; 'Tis lifted eyes anld telder sighs, And this is -no, not all. 'Tis parting when 'tis over, Alnd one goes home to sleep; Tra la, my frield. be'4 joys illst el( - But ol( goes iome to weepi. Rupert's Request. "Come hither, Beryl.'' Stuyvesant Nutwood spokc in kind. Iv tones to his daughter, and yet the girl noticed. or imagined that Phe did, a slight tremor inl his voice, bift. think ing it was die to the involuitary loose ting of his false teeth, gave t...

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. — 25 January 1884

FLIRTATION. What is flirtItion ? Really, iow van I aIvswer t hat ? Yet when She smiles I see its wiles, An(d when Ifhe lifts his hat. 'Tis lecting inl ihe ball room, 'Tis whirling inl the danlee; With somethiig hid henieathi t h' lid Besides a msilple glance. 'Tis walking in the hall way, 'Tis resting on the stair; 'Tis bearded lips on fintger tips (If mamma is Iot there.) 'Tis going out for ices, 'Tis buttoning on a glove; 'Tis lips that speak of plays next week, And eyes that talk of love. 'Tis tucking in a carriage, "1is asking for a call; 'is lifted eyes and tender Sighs, And t his is -no, not all. 'Tis part-ing Nwn 'tis over., Alid one goes bome to sleep; T'ra la, mly friend. best joys multit end - But one goes homne to weep. Ru1perty' Request. "Comie hither, Beryl." Stuyvesant Nutwood spoke in kind lv tones to his datugh1ter, :all( yet the grirl noticedl, or inliined that -he did, :a slighlit treior inl his voice, bift. thinki ing it was (I to t he involintary loose.. niig of ...

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. — 1 February 1884

Ti The Eesle esson gr, tru4 Nbe tv lorkh, the more it's shooh, it shines. VOL. 1.] kASLEY, SOUTH 'AROLINA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1884. [N. 17. TO MY LOVED ONE. Grieve not, darling, nor let slander Darkly teach thee to suspect This tender he'trt could ever wonud Thy ~lMdnegs with negleet. For all my love Is given to thee, And this once wretched life Is now devoted to the one Who soon will bei my wife. 'T'hen bid -thy heart be not alarmed, Nor let doubts distutrb thy love, For beauty boasts no charm tbat could One thought from the remnove, A TRUNK LINE TO CHICAGO. Ex-Governor Hiagood. Gives a HIstory of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap and Chicago Railway and Tells How It Is to be Constructed. The Aiken papers publish this week an interesting interview with ex-Governor Hlagood, president of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap ad Chicago Railway, in which he gives a brief history of the enter prise and explains its present con dition. In 1882 five duly (hartered rail road corporations were consolida...

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. — 1 February 1884

. 6.. Easley I Messen o.. frnt i ie i torch, the more it's shooh, it shines VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1884. [NO. 17. TO MY LOVED ONE. Grieve not, darling, nor let alander Darkly teach thee to suspect This tender heirt could ever wound Thy tofodness with neglect. For all my love Is given to thee, And this once wretched life [s now devoted to the one Who soon will be my wife. Tlieni )i(l t.hy hleart be not alarmed, Nor let doubts disturb thy love, For beauty boasts no charm ibat could One thought from t he remove, A TRUNK LINE TO CHICAGO.' Ex-Governor Ilagood Gives a Htistory of the Carolina, Cumberland Glap and Chicago Railway and Tells How It Is to be Constructed. The Aiken papers publish this week an interesting interview with ex-Governor Hagood, president of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap aid Chicago Railway, in which he gives a brief history of the enter prise and explains its present con lition. In 1882 five duly ( hartered rail road corporations were co...

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. — 1 February 1884

.CONTINUED FROM IST PAGE.] road as the world was built a piece at a time. In view of our stopping at the foot of the mountain for a while, or even for good, I addressed a letter to Col. Peek asking it, in his judge menit, InI that event the road would -pay. You know Col- Peck is recog Inize as one of tie 1ost accomplished railroad men of the whole couutry. lie is a quiet, level-headed man, and no one considers more closely what he ways before he speaks. In addition he knows well the country in South Caro ina, having been the manager of the Air-Line Road before accepting his present position of the South Carolina Railway. The Colon'l was good enough to reply t6 me at length,going freely into facts and fIgures, but to summarize his reply, it was that, in his ludgement, the road under these cir cu.mstances could be reasonably expec ted to pay 7 per cent. upon its cost. -We copy the following communi eation, on the advantages of our new Railroad, from the "Pickens Senti nel," and sugges...

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. — 1 February 1884

ghe 1neg~~ $Jezzenger. J. R. IAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. Entered at the 'ostoffiee at Easley, S. C., as Second Clas8 Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance...... $1.00 Six months " " ...... 65 RATEUS OF A)VERTISI %O. One siuare (1 inii) 1 insertion...... 75c Each sithsequent insertion...40c Liberal (iscouit oil contracts or by tlie columlin, half or (uairter columinl. MaIrriage notices free aIntd solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents, to Insure attention, must give their full address. We are 14not responsible for the opin !oils of Our correspondents. All commuilications for the paper must he addressed to the Editors ; lbsiness... let ters to t he Publisher of t he MYSTERY OF MYSTERIES. Spooks and1 Hobgoblins to the Rear - Manifestations that Produce Con sternation and Terror in a Polk County Ionsehold. [Fromli thie Cedar' Town (Ga.) Adv'cr.] InI a recent issue of the '"Adverti(s'r" we gave ,I accollnt. of a visit to I h hoeic of W. E. l...

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. — 1 February 1884

ghe faseiry ffrssenger. J. R. HAGOOD, . Editor. [0ASLEY, S. C., FEBIU AR Y 1. I URRMAH FOR LIl FRItTY! The fobiowiig is a clipping from lihe "Pickens Sentinel,'' of 26th inst., regarding a subscription to our1 ne11w R-ailroad: We heard a prominent citizen of LAberty townslip say recently that that township ought to vote a sub Scription to the Carolina, Cunl)er land Gap and Chicago Railroad, because the township line runs within three-quarters ot a mile of 'asley Station, and Liberty township would be as much bene fitted by the building of the road as Easley township would.- The road, in fact, runs through Lilbcrty township three or four miles between Easley Station and Pick ens Court House, and near the line all the way from the Anderson line to Eaeley Ststion. What d you SaV Liberty ? Let us hear from you. Let us l:ear from you too Liber ty. Can't Ehasley, Liberty, and Pickins all unite in their effoi ts to carry out this gran(I scheme? When that mass meeting is called, let each to...

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. — 1 February 1884

She tileg aeutenger. J. R. H1GOOD9, Editor and Prop'r. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. EASLEY, S. C., FEBRUARY 1. 8@'Mr. J. T. Arnold. after Feb. the 1st, will become the traveling agent for T HE MEssENGER. -Read the presentment of the Grand Jury. -Read the new advertisements of W. M. Hagood & Co. with re gard to their guano. -Miss Rosemond, from Mexico, Mo., is visiting relatives in this place. -Prof. Moore's large school is still on a 'boom,' but he is going to get a Music teacher, 'Will', for the school and not for the young men. -The Board of Free School Trustees will meet on Saturday, Feb. 2nd., at the store of II. C. Briggs. -Miss Lula (oodlette, a charm ing young lady formerly from Spartanburg, is visiting relatives in Easley. -Messrs. Ferguson & Miller are having a guano house erected opposite the store of'J. 1-. Lanning on Main Street. -Read the announcement of the candidate for the oflice of Sher iff. We will furnish the steps to 1.1w platforn for $5, from each candi(lat...

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. — 1 February 1884

Marriage a La Mason. In the county adjoining Atlanta resides a popular Justice of the peace by the name ot Mason. Soon nfter being inducted into office, he was called upon to marry run-away couplei', who desired to have the ceremony performed without de Iay. iHe could recite the Apostle Creed and the TenCommandments, but imagined that they were too selemn. He had seen a 0book among those turned over to him by his predecessor which he thonght contained the marriage ceremony. Ile suggested to the couple to go to his house with him (they were on he side-walk of the main square il the village,) but they refused1, as time was precious. A less as 'red iman would have been soreIv perplexed, but not lie. Ie lost no time in removing his hat, and re marked: 'Hats off in presence of the court.' All being uicovered, he s-aid, 'I'll swear you in fust off. Iid up yer rigyht hands.' 'Me, too?' asked the friend of * the groomn. 'Of course,' said the Squire ; 'all witnesses must he sworn. You and ea...

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. — 1 February 1884

WHEN I BEHOLD TRY FACE. When I behold thy face Thy beauty strikes we mute; I cannot sing thy praise Nor urge my loVing suit; I hold my peace and stand apart, Lips silent, tho' not so my heart. I fear, yea strongly fear, Thy suitor eloquent; Ills words within thine ear Are all with music blent; Yet thou hast eyes and wit to see He means not half he swears to thee. Ah I were his gift but mine, I'd so applaud thee, love, The stars should cease to shine, The fleeting earth to move, And heaven and hell should listen long fo catch the butden of my song. - The Critic. Riv. W. UI. KIRTON IN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.-Easley, January 9. -We reached our new field of labor, Pick ens circuit, on the night of the 24th of Decemter, Just one week after the ad journment of Conference. By reason of a disappointment, we weae several hours behind the time that we were expected, and consequently a consid erable company which assembled at the parsonage to welcome us to omu new home, was also disappointed. We w...

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. — 1 February 1884

AN ANSWER TO "WANTED." Do you know you have asked for the costliest thing Ever made by the Hand above - A woman's heart and a woman's life. Anda woian'si wonderful love ? Do you know you have asked for this priceless thing* A,; a child might ask for a toy ? Demanding what others have died to With the reckless dash of a boy. You have written my lesson of duty out, Man-like you have questioned me Now staid at the bar of my woman's soul, Until I shall question thee. You require your mllitton shall al ways be hot, Your socks and your shirts shall be whole , I require your heart to be true as God's stars, And pure as heaven your soul. You require a cook for your mutton and beef; I require a far better t hing A seamstress you're wanting for stock ings and shirts 1 look for a man and a king. A king for a beautiful realim called home, And a man that t he maker, God, Shall look upon as lie did the first, And say, "It's very good.'' I am fair and voung, but the rose will fade From my soft, yo...

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. — 8 February 1884

The EasleyMMessnger, * rutid, likte a 1or7h1.T/, ir more it's sho h, il shinesip. VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FPJDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1884. [NO. IK A WONDERFUL GIRL. Is it magnetism, Spiritua:kn-9r What Is It I .Near Cedartown, Gecorgia, lives au vears old, who is the greatest won der of the age. The ( corgia news papers for several weeks past have c(ontained accounts of her marvel onis feats, and hi u ndreds of people hae gone 96 many miles fo witnes her performances. The Atlanta Constittion " 41 seit a miemiiber (Af it:s staff to investigate and make a full report and from this report, ; blisfie( inl the 'Ciomstitu1tion ' of 1h1c '70h insta."nt, wve lake thle follow my.1 ext racts-;: Th is is w hat: M i I l a1:1 tohd me a0 out the beg i 1ing of the nIus Ste ne ial* t$4wo luti ll i tr I*() ( i . e M l re rM , %10 Co"slCep, when -Iuddely the bed se 1t. u a crackl, aml pop pm , the like of which I never heard bfore. The erneking was ill all lml(ther seobtld me f6r malking! a noil. b...

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. — 8 February 1884

The slbject of the education of the masses is one that addresses it self to the publie mind with strik iug aIld peculiriI' force at the pres ('lit. time. There seem)-s to be a re viva Il an1d Waking up of the people geICrIlIv, but lll()c e-speciallv inl this country.on the ubject of pro gress in the line of educated thouglt and mental cultiu re. The success and advanced con(litions of church and State dependis inl a great measure upon tle activity a1d elliciency of thn pillar move in this direction that now appear4 to he so generally made. The headiiing, Iminds of Eullope aeeing deepIy affected by tile considera I ioil and discuss ion of this sub ,j ect, :A her history is aglow with the divergent lines of tllourht :111d ac tion ill desisting . the Ilmoles anid men1 ion0 of pIrooting the success iol subservingo the e ndu pur P)es of this vigorns awIl united Iinslaug ht on illiteracy ald its at tendait evils. The uIb1)ject of exten-ive' anld tr:i ngr11 had rec'eiN ed ver little consid...

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. — 8 February 1884

he ftIg ~enenger. J . h AGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. Ent.aed tt :the 'Postoice at Easley, S. C., as s4econel Clase Matter. TEMS OF SUBSCRIITION. One year, strictly lin advance..*..1.00 Six months " . 65 RATES OF A DVERTISINO. One square (I inlch)'I inisertion ...... 75C Eadh subsequent Insertion...... ...... 40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, half or quarter column. Marriage notiices free and solicitd. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. CQrrespondeents, to insure attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opimn 'ons of our qrrespomndets. All domiunications for the papel must be addressed to the Editors; lusiness letters to the Publisher of the MESSENGrLt, Easley, S. C. [For The Messenger. THiREE SCORE YEARS AND TEN. Come, ask the sire of t bree-score years and tenl, W\ould lie have back the all of life agai, Perhaps some1 inobler, grander aim at tainl, Perchance to better-perchan ice re claim. (.h1 1; no, I wvotnd not will it, I aiun Con...

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. — 8 February 1884

flhe Ialeg 5eueseger. 3. R. HAGOOD, Editor. EASLEY, S. C., FEBRUARY 8. THE EASLEY HIGH SCHOOL. This reputable school has evidently met with marked success since the re opening of anohter session. It is an In stitution to be pointed at "with the fin ger of pride," since it has done so much for the moral and mental enlight ennent of our town and county. A school like Prof. Moore's Is certainly a line index of the Increased civilization of the 19th century. While the me chanical world is making rapid strides in the great fields of progress, we can but gladly realize that It is but the re stilt ol a cultivated brain. All over our State the people are giving their time and attention to the education of thier children,and so long as we are blessed with the high educa tional privileges, of which our school at this place, is a flne sample, we should all take courage, and feel that in as munh as the minds are being so well cuitivated, all other interests will be eertainly cared for. None wil...

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. — 8 February 1884

flhe fagleg 5esenger. . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. ZASLEY, S. C., FEBRUARY 8. SWMr. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. the 1st, will become the traveling agent for THU M05SENGER. W. S. GREGORY, our Foreman and publisher, Is authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions, Jo) work and advertisements for TIHE ME-SENGER office. -We have had some beautiful Spring weather recently. -rhe oat crop was gener ally killed. .-Rev. W. H1. Kirton's eldest daughter is quite ill. -Our subsciption list increased about 45 in a little over two weeks. -Miss Lula Clyde is visiting relatives in Pickens. -Maj. D. F. Bradly,of the Sen tinel was in town on Tuesday last. -Ca)t. Butler was in town on rTuesday last. -Let the thief who robbed the Post office be caught and severely pmuished ---Rev. J. C. Hudson preached in the Baptist Church last Sunday. ---J. M. Rai-.ey has iml)roved his residence. ---Give your name to J. 'Tr. Ar nold as a subscriber to. 1 Fa Mas SENGER....

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. — 8 February 1884

'ove SoIething Sweet to Tell 10u." I have something sweet to tell you, But the Secret you mu1iist keep-; And remember if it isn't right, I'm t-iking in mUliy sicep. For I knov I am idreaming, When I think your love is mine, A nd I know they are but seeming, All the hopes that round me shine. So retemuber when I tell you, WhaIgonger I cannot keep, We are hone of us responsible, For what we say in sleep. My pretty secret's coming; 0, liten with your heart. And you shall hear it humming, So close, 'twill mke you start. 0. shut your eyes so earinest Or nilne will wildly weep; 1 love you ! I adore you ! Bit ''m talking inl my sleep !' For I know I am but dreaming, Wheni I think your love ik miei; And 1 know they are but seeming. All the hopes that round ime shine., School Tax. The School Law of the State was amended at the r-ecent session of the Legisture, as follows: 1. 'Tiat the 8chool Comm is sioner.at the time he imakes his ap portionment of the schoo l funmd to the several school (l...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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