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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
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-.
deopendent of the lower. 'Tis educa
lion hat. forims andl reforms the ele
mlenItary mnind, anld tninlspose's it m111-1
Sifohl inl town., hlet :nil coluti.,
breakinr the shle s of igniorane(( aali
II pe rst it 1o.
i'vents cause expediencie. and Ihe
Cause14 imnprekssionls, while uInl adopts
I le prog:m me whiclh h st siits Ihe
equtipinent of mind anld dispo- it ion of
temlperamenit, as inl juget'o ill
pranctiee. Inl this way there ile Kma v
itt intliet upon theimselves (l ih' pen
a.t y they 1must ply for having t he esti
mahl11e bles-:ings of t heir constittional
:hlit y (elinquenitly pasS mawy, while
i here is in thih dept his of hnuunan tint Mre
cord. if touched will N ibr.ate and bring.)
Io view the inilost feeling s of I he hwart,
while it is educaI t ion I rit will tIend to
1o:l to livintg fountains, overspreanilg
I hte a illtolls f hie Iiortal, for bv
knoledge'1~. is mt'1hQle nown its polenmic
Itn ansitiv~e powehr, w ihih vaniisheits h e
fore the t ridlent conistellaition) of edneac
t io n, learning~ and k nowledge.
un thle tinplitude of existing thlinigs
t hiere are occuIrr'ences wh iebi are as imi
po)rtanit~ to imilividuls as thle observai
tory to the astrloniomer, bothi 1) ptcal
aml tiIeleological. I11ntnce ihe casual i
ties of life; et rong indeed must he the
phlilosop~hy oIf miind to go trough the
flitry ordtal Iuntscat hed), and (1rise, PhiI(
tiix-like, fromi the erucible puIrilled1 ainl
exalt ed. W 'ho has not hand some b)right.
ly to t he ground,~l upion which the imp.
piness and joy of a life titme seemued to
cenit re, whiose airch es and1( pillars were
ais s1ir0ng as thie ironl hanids of deatih,
:nn y11et the supjerstruicItire has fallenm,
thle truth of whieb comies hIomeI to iiin
ity, wit hi force enoug hi to chill the wel
intg process of life, oa crush115) the rock
4of ages, whil he hlenart .thut 1;t brobbed
so high ini hope sinks benientli the blows~
of inthumaiinity. T1huis do sutperveniig
priit'~ons 0on mind1(, t he effects of wvhich
areC imipossible to determhline, and( canI
otilvy be (dispelled by the myst ic wand
the heavens are stretched forth like a
cnrtain, witin which to rise anid
scenes of the beautifi, far, far away,
where the wearied are at rest, whereon
the heert rejoices, for the spirit will not
See corruption, absolved by the Creator
from the pains of death, and raksed in
corruptible; raised in inmortality of
life; raised ii likeness of the resurrec
tion in being; raised supernatural;
raised in supernal glory; raised in
honor ascribed to them who was raised,
for our juistiicationl, while the way of
peace rests upon all that vOrked for
the good of all.
Tln>leate; edceate the in 11d, it hiath
advantage at home and abroad1, chiefly
buecaus-e it is Ou' Feboolimaster. to bring
us beti vingly begre its bent'factioil
with th r, trident trophied sceptre of ac
Blest is every partaker inl th ben
efits derived from these (ual aws, for
by Oiem iimany 1rev Ilale to Seem aid unl
ierI-tand. Vherefore, they are the
Sulf1raganl and confirnmlt ice power of all'
tuh;Tritunlvirate Tru-lth !Ahigh-tyi
Truth ! 111 PitI B'hmi.~lt
A SUm N EMs .11:o)DY.-'l lwe was a
m11111n1 In our towi, :1(nie als wool-..
r)UnS wviCe, for. u hin Ie m:kited his pri
VOS downi he( then dlilt avert ise.
Anud wheni h - saw hlis. I rado inlcrease,1
with a11 hll h's iglit and main h uiarkid
.-till lowe. every p1 e and dveItised
.\ ml( w h 'ia he oIvertised again
his rivals loIIdly SwOre, to S'e folks rui-.
wviI Iit milh: aind mlainl to pAtronlize the!
An' dI I h i' h- sa t iI solit uIde
:n11d saw\ him entmwin. I t hLt m1:m1 he)
himd t hoema one 1t. : m ald rakdedl the.
'h- kels in.
A I u m he akel ih slieklk in),
and saw li.-; foin le ri'sing, hIte took a
0% dl h IIjI t of lI i I lo t Ion h-e ti.
Ea:mc'h dav :m gIieirouis som11 he'd sinlk
mald <h-mnonst rate fuIll pl the mlore
oe pays for priniter's ink th i: greater
hiul bet ter takhe warning from this
s.t atemieint of thle Gharl i'ot te Obseriver':
Mir. WaIlter1 Muilleni, of th'Ls c'ty t1as
lost , *1 Ineing t he past t wo) weeks, 25
hogs by chiolerla. Ie htad 19.) hia (1 of
a wine, bu since lie chlera at tackedl
them t h:'y have been din g at the rate
of t wo or t hiree a day. IJt is a very
seere' t yie of chiolera and thle hogs on
being autt ackedl bleed freely at the nose.
Rep orts fr'omi ot her raiseris about IheIL
chit y shows t hit thIi cholera is raingi11
wit 1'. :-we or less violencee in various
sect ins and ithe II thle dlisease is swecep
8OME id 0141)L ICO'il~.--Maiicaa
el Kavanawugh died at Le'wistonl, Me.,
amged 1 07 years,
bt >da' H owarid, of O)wnlingsville, Ny,
is I1 yearsiI* of age, amid ha~s smioked for'
Miss Mliiunie I all, of Temiple, TIex.,
r'ecenIt hy gaive a det'lI party on thie
100t I haniiiversary of her bn-t h.
The' (bedt man in Missouri is Johni
Hlenderison,. of (Oxford, b~orni in Virg in
ia in 1780. lIe is in) excellent health,
Peteri Shiinkle, of Coving'ton, mied'i
a widowv of (ifty n hin hie was 92 years
of age. ie is seekig a divorce.
-BEVWSTER CAMERON stated 1 i
Washington on Wednesday that Mr.
Ralph Ballin, special examiner, will be
sent to South Car'olina to present the
case of the United States deputy mar
shals to the grand Jury.
-The fight against Waller, the
(rlinkeni negro who has beent appoint
ed postmiiaster at Greenwood, is active.
ife is trying to give the $6,000 bond
-The State Grange wl!l meet in
Charlestoni the lifth day of Febuary at
10 a. m.
.--Th. last number of the Century.
which is a strong Prliotestant magrazine.
siavs the Protestant aInd Catholics arc
(rawVuing closer together every year,
and will inevitably unite inl some way
before very long that. Cl istianiity may
oppose a soli front to iniflilelity.
---The.l( ct ion at IlodoI(%ge, Abbe ville
conity, oil Moiday, Jan, 1i. 1884. re
suilted inl t lie elecl ion of the 'wet' tick
et by a vote of -18 to 20. The follow-.
inag ticket was cl ecte(d; Jns T. Ellis Il
A. I. Agnew :nni Loveberrv Iewi-,.
--'I - t h iiAti .ounal st Iltls - h it
e Whi ttaker, a weAVlthy famer of
( cort a ii ffor: (rly of A ielrson co.
S. C. 1ecent ly 111.1ri1-h- 1 wiN-dow, anld
has been driven from li.- h1 mian I) her;
anl ret trlacil to his nat ive coilyt .
-(CATIIAINE )AVIS was arrested
on Wdnesday il Il'eIzer On a cliarg.C
;of re taiilng liqutor wit hut a license.
She was broughit here by M:Lrsh'.a Fol
ger :ul lodged inl jail, u h.re she now
w NN. ait s a h earinlg.-D )aily News.
JouxI HlANKS :A1.EXANDa,#, the
icolored endet at West LPoaint Oh io, has
nledt a outl er rsor:1 thanl any (if his
prede*ve-r.-svs. 1He st 2nn11I5 1iird ill
lren-ch inl a cl;ss of 91). and hi.. gener
-The tll Coimbs (GAl) Femlale Col
legeV~ wasI. dtoyedv by fi re receni t ly. IL
isa severe v os. to that 1 iv. Tle huibl.
Ing c.st ab)oIt $30,000, and \ as inl
sured for $25,0)0. No loss of life is re
-An Irishne1m, oil beinig aske(d vh1y
lhe did not fattn his h1)rse, wich was
very t hi, rep11-lied1l that the poor haste
e-mb hard ly e:n-ry whl at unitec he hi id
R. D. GARRETT,
W\atch M~aker and Jewel~er,
M~aina St., Greenv ille, S. C.
Watcheis, Jew~el ry, &., Blipaired at
11Qensonab)le prIiceLs-W~ork (G 2 uaant (e.
Wa;tchies :n1 i .l: Chins lieplalted withi
Gold or Silver.
A~ nice line~ of ( hiristmias Praesents
0on hiand, atal( at lowest rates.
, Ilee 21-i f
Boot & Shoe Maker,
Ih'rar El 11. TR. Poole's Grocery,
Ma.'in S(., GRI~EENAI LLE, S. C.
1Boots andii Shoes IunI2e to0 Order, anad
ni~aatecd per'fct fits.
Repairng~? bot h neat ly, Cblyl and
prupt)~P ly dIone, for Cash.
IsreturnedV~ to Easley and1( opened
uiplhis Photograph (allery anew, and
will be glad to serve his ol enistomers
anud as mantry new oe smydsr
work in his line, giving a guarantee of
sat isfact ion. ie will reamain here all
t he time now. d1cc 28--1f
FUR N ISiING
GOODS, &C., &C.,
6IEENVILLE, S. C.
Call on me and examiMe the
"Excelsior Cook Stove"
before you buy elsewhere.
YTinre ancd ilouse F~ur
lishing Goods at shor"t-cropo
At Wholesale, Cheaper thant the
Will he sol& at Ealey on] Satuin. y
the 119t ol' January, 1S84, a smail
lot of G odl, cmnsist ing of Noailslows,
Sug-oar aml Col'ee, e. t he propert-y of
M. Mf. .miones, dclel, and soldat, t h1
risk oif former piu re Iase r. 'Termus ca1.
..R. ('O0SSETT, A Thn'r.,
.ian 4, 1884-2t
G11o. W. TAMo. .AMItES P'. VA U Y
TAY LOR CARY,
I iCKENS C. 11., S. C.
MNLain St., Gree1lnvlle, S. C.
Wir TCH!NS, J10 1[WE L7 CLOCKS
Pistol.', Cartridyjes, Stationcry1, &c"(.
116VrRepairing done promptly, al
at Low Rates, for Cash.
G reev ie, S. C.,
Watchebes, Clocks, Je uebry,
RE[PAIRING A SPECIALTIY.
T1o see the Circus wvill noit create the
excitemen t t hat our Bargains in Beds,
Bureaus, Chairs, TIable's, and every
ilegant and t aste'ful furnishing of your
hiouse~ w't h ledroom and( Parlor Suiit s
of all graudes. C'omne one0, c'ome all aindt
and1( be conmvinced that you cannot gel
more gnlods for le'ss muoney thman W-e
A general line of UnderCItaker's Sup..
pies always on hand1(.
Cofins trimmedlC~ at all hiours, and( inl
sty !e to suit purchasers.
EASLEY, S. C.
A. M. RUNION,
Proprietor Furniture House.