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jihe gjanlegj Jessenger.
J. R. HAGOOD, Editor.
The case- of murder, and other ,
evil anm painful results of' whiskey p
drinking in the city of Greenville, m
.qhould be made the subjects of the 01
profoundest consideration for all'a
the inhabitants of our neighboring I,
city. When life itself is jeopard- v
ized by the ill use of intoxicating sl
drinks, then all thoughtful and sen- i8
sible people should at once hasten a
to adopt such measures as will p
prohibit murdcr, as well as the n
perpetration of such acts as are ti
well calculated to horrify the sen- el
sitive minds of sober people. e
Thice weeks ago, just after lte tI
recent murder in GrI'Ceuiville, the 'i
foireman of the MEvssian wrote N
an article supposing whiskey to be d
the cause of the murder. The I
"Daily News" took issue with the a
MESSNGFRnald claimed that vhis- .
key was not the cause of it, al leg- ed
ing that the parties vere sober. A
As yet. however, the 'News' has
not claimed that the row originla
ted in roberness the night. beforek
Ile mu rder, and leaves us in thlea
position to blelieve. tlit tle nesgroe (
weie drinking at that time aIId
that the ill feeling which took rise
on that oceusion, cuhninated inl the it
11111der the Iex t Iorn)i)fg. TIII t
they mighit have been sober then,!
bumtthe sEeeds of the murder might
hae been sown when perihaps theI
e11r(I'v and tihe nurierc'd one: C
wre hold in gi "higl carnival'' over
the "little brown jug." Can the
New'' inligIten us on this poit ? .
To say. the least, .it .woujld. have'i
h een pe(rfectly nafural1 to (conludet~l L
t hat whiskey was at the b)ottomi of
the umurder, in as mucl(h as most ol
t hie my~rders of Greenvillec are char~
:aeterized by whiiske:. Henice thie ve
(conclusiont that stroung drink as be
ing the cautise of inurder, family un- if
pleaantries and the l ike, wouldI .
follow, areordling to p)recedenlt.
Otj a ttet~J been cileo Iyw
the & s lgn st
As to the merits in the caIse we
will .lIake no (eOmmenl'it ; but will. to
say, 'that pei-hari 'h.afai i i
mneasurFe Mttibutable to "GC reen- 'th,
ville whis'key." T1he vigtimn of the eit
bluh aniA cuti, o1: either,Wtas un- W
decr the cursed1 influence of liquor. vi
m whiebcl if he ha d niot b~eeni partial- o1
Jy Rh)idped1i he N~a per}aps at
would hav'e been cjear of the in' mn
ribS Vuatai ned. and free froit thea
fettergfgQtl ,il ich pW pi- 8
ion has thrown around him. w
With the present issue our pa
At ends its 5th month. Our sub
ription list gives entire satisfact
n, for which we return thanks to
l who took part in obtaining sub
:ribers for us. Our advertising
xtronage has far exceeded our
ott saignine expectatiorls, anl
ir Job work has increase(d to such
i extent that our printer fills in
rery idle moment, and often in
ides upon'- the night, wheln he
ionld be at rest, to conplete what
on hand. But lie never tires,
ad still appeals for more, with a
romise that it shall e 1)romptly,
ently a1n1d cheaply done. Ile says
Lc people of Ea Pey, Pickens, Lib
ty, Central, Westmiinister, or
sewhere, IC(l not tI'ouble to send
ivir Job work to Greeniville, Col
mbia, Charleston, Atlanta or
ew York, when they can get it
Ane as clienP, o' clielper, right
are in Easley. Give us a. trial
id be convineed. Our stock (f
aitionerv is as good a,2 can he got
sewhere, andl we gairalitee 0'o)o
A ice Work.
Our readers will please read over
ir' ad dvert ising colh nnu ag.(ain and
'.Sep posted, and wheni nieed ing
itything there a~dvertised, call I'n
ese gelntlelmen for it.
We shall contiliue to improve
Ir- paper as occasion presents it
~el f. I Iopinzg a pro)speCous year
yuJ all, we agatin return thanks.
'he ufAieials of the (Carolina,
nhrand (Gap anl (hi iago Air
m1e Ililroad m antiIonice that the
mnist ille & Nashv i!le R1. R.'om-,
my is going to fiu rn ish the fun lids
r the completion of the road, and
at p ronmi nent oflicials of the
mIis\ H'e and Nashville Company
vye sent for the plans and esti
ates, of the new iline ini order to
termine how munch money is
edled to finish the road. The' ad1
~ntages that wouldl acerne to the
>u isville andl Nashville Company
it. couild control this new sea
ard'( linze wVoud b( e enIormIfous. It
est imate d t ha t $6..000,000 -will
ish and equip the projected line,
nich is to run from Aiken, S. C.,
London Kentucky. A good por1
>hI Of the road is alread~y gratded
d several cities along the line
e ~dsuscibing liberally in order
seenre its rapid completion.
T1he above clhipping is taken from
e Keowee Courier, and if true
(dud encoura.:e us~ very much.
e would be glad to see the Louis-.
lIe & Nashville Railroad t~lke
ir ria in. ehl'r and cong~lete it
an early day. We iNould further
or'e like to'see what all tihe towns
I townships along the line in
mth Carolirna p~ropose to do;
Ixether or not they wil mub,-ib
I4:ast M oon iy . .
son, rather lie bhr bymurpi..
fe stted that h practhje anj plea.
ing in the State vere growling too
slack and that he would require- all
pleadilgs to 11e strictly colrrect. On
enllingt up default cases it was found
that there were a good many irregu
Iarities, ' that his Honor required
straightened before lie would act on
the papers. This is as it should be.
It would be better for both lhwyers
and litigants if all the Ju<Yges would
Imitate Judge Hudson in this respect.
This brushing up wyill do our lawyers
good.-Abbeville Medium.
$1 Am YTJ~EJ m
Infringeinents on these P1atents.
-------M - I __NE
e Cotton
yp, o
s FERTILIZER with the
n Seed with
time and trouble.
e made byi the Green
IL C. MARKLEY, Proprietor.
to the buildng of it. We do noi
know of any cities that have sub
scribed. When shall President
Hagood order the elections? 11
we cannot get this road we ough
to know it.
Tle Greenville News of Suiday
says: The followiug senteneci
were passed in the United State!
District Court yesterday : Ellis Ro.
land, retailing liquors without pay
ment of the special tax, 3 month!
in Spartanburg jail and $100 fine
Newton Richardson, perjury, .1
months in the penitentiary anc
$100 fine ; Miles Moore, altering:
trealsury noate of tihe value of $1
uttering an(l passiing said note
(recommenmded to mercy) 1
months inl tie Columbia Penritenti
ary mnd $100 fine; James R
11ughes, ietailing liquor withou
paylenlt of the special tax, pur
1cha sing Spirits in quantities great
er- than 2(0 gallons from unauthor
ized person s, frau(1 dilently usi ng I
Isi mnped keg from which to Sel
spirits and fraudulent removal am
conecahnent of spirits, (recom
mended to mercy) 10 months ii
the Columbia jail and $400 fine
Ed mn11111d Wills, perjury, 13 month
inl the Columbia Penitentiary.
All persons are wyarnedq agarjinlS
A Farmer who p)uts in hi
And Cotto
will sa've money,
These? M~achines a't
ville Coach Factor y.
G. W. SIERJNE, Suiperintend
March 7-2mos

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