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An Idyl of the Kitchen.
I , browni Hollat)(1 apronl She stood I
Iler sleeves were rolled up, anId her
cheeks all aglow;
.ler ha11ir1 was colled ieatly, when I,
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
Or who look so sleler, so graceftl, so
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
The sweet little tyrant said. "6No,
sir I no ! no !''
Yet wh1en I had vanIshed -onl being IItus
My heart stay.N ed with Nancy while
- kneading' thhe( donhli.
['im (reamillo., SwCet Nat1ley, Iand see
Your I -art, love, h Is softelle(l, and(
pitiel imy Woe,
An(1 we, (ear, ae rihell inl a 11n111ty wee
Wh' i ' e Naney, my Nancy, stan d,
kneadIing then (101gh.
-JOhrN A. FnAzsit,. Jn.
ord1(1elcanginig the rate of postage ont
aili nmer of art1icles that have hiereto
fore beeni rated U as third clas~s or print
eud miatter, payinig p)ostage at the r'ate
of one cent for every two Ouncles.
Unuder th's order thIese atI ticles will
hi reaUfter be claIssIiled as merc hamidise
or fourth class miatter, upon01 whichl the
postage is one Cent per onnce. Thle
following is the text of the order: ''The
(charater~I Of aL p~aper as anl urticle of
m~erclbaUlkse, willhhn the melanling of
the postal 1 aws, .ist nIot necessarily
(eiangedh~ by the )pint ing orI stampIinlg
I herieon Of words, let teris, chiaracters,
flgures, images, or of any coininiation
playingt cards, -aldreds talgs letter
hieads, Cenvelopes and othler matters of
t he samte genel('l cha~iracter, then prin t -
ing upon01 which is not (designied to a
1ni1se, cultiato the mhid( or taste 'or
'in putt giteh Pttrnifatiot1; at2 tuer'e
ar'tieles of merchandise and sho~uld be
rated US fourth class matter.'
--T1o be in his acconuhtsf is, in a cash
-Samuel M. 11olcombe reached the
end of this earthly life Decemnber 12,
1333, at Stone Mountain, Ga. HIs end
Was the peace of the 11pright Ina, and
his prospect was the endless bliss of -the
blest. Nearly tWo years ago h1"'.a sought
miost earnestly the forgiveness of his
sins during a revival Il the First Meti.
odist Church in Atlanta, an1 obtainedl
through flith, a elefr -witnes (of the
love of God shed abroad Ili his heart.
Sontie months liter he was united to
the gentlo woanait wh') nlow lamuenats
her 1 lOSS withoutE earLIthly con1SOItionl
and presses, iII grief, her fatherless
babe to her bo.zom. A fter a brief Ill
nuess lie was cut own;a st rong, -brave
mn he was, :uni yet In his m:1ly
prieiv l. withered at th , touch of death.
lie was a devoted man II iall respects,
devoted to hiS funily. his wife and hi-t
friends. Life was full of p'rolise of
happinvi-eMs to hii and (if utsefuulless as
well. No tne lives who i ir stro iger
claimn ol his earthly existence, ut all
had to be siurrellered a t h11 - dreadf ul
su nim is. Itappily le. was :-ealy to lay
down his life and was prepared to paA.s
throuighl tihe valley aId. shiadow of death,
fearing no evil. May the G((d of all
comfort console the bereaved wife an
rela t ives. CL EM ia'r A. E VA NS.
-Professor I Itxiey I as delcelaredl
Oth:t "inl ls voyage Ibio tal the world.
and inl all h-S Stuldi -s (if 'avagev lif, hi..
founld no( people so inis-erable, wvretchj
A an d degraded as I hose who xist( inl
I poorer (r1arters or Lotulon. The
bI-hari;ns who live inl a constnlt astat
of viollence and d-pt edationl, 'mid u\ h)I
are expo.Led to the! worst rigor-. of cli
mate anl wen 11 -r. have mvoe ('njova
ble mal: iilependlnt, lives Ih il these4
miseraible workers amld m-tisan, . m
h! says t i it if )I haId to ma'( his
(1 ch >iee he.-ubnheiailypfr
the exist#tnce of iih . folm -." (ig-m
tie wealth aIPearS to stal1k aongsi Ne
wholesa he pove rt y. B! it if f ree t (u l
hlas done1 uch thing for thwe ribti.
folly to inAtroIute the p., % hr(e
(ll'Ebr'g is wholdesomie :alvice, and1(
boy:'Boys and( y'oung un-n1 somei(t iws
st art out inuto life with tihm idea t h:it
one's success dIepe:tils otn sharipnese
and~ chicianiery. TlheyWt m).tIne if-Latn
is able to 'get the best of a ba rgatin,' no
mtatter b'y what deCeit al meanniitess
is assurted. Ti<i- is a tmistake, -.:ul;..
tinig prosperity (e.mniot he f.Ooih I ott
ettning atnd (i~ diotnest y, '.'hae tricky~
and( dleceit fal mtm is sure to fall a vie
timl, soonier or later, to ih inutiances
wich are forever workiung against hhu.
'rTe future of that young iman is safe
whlo e(hews~~W .eer -shpe of double
daeali, iiprh foundatioi of bis
eatee1i the eldurlIn~g [Ithhciple's of
-Mrs. Cabell, wife of II. C'oulter'
Cabell, of' Riclhmond(, Va,, wais ae
etdlentl ly -burneld, to deth11 while
dIressinig on Friday.
--Laurens tar'mers fear' that the
intense cold1 before the su w has
injur'ed their small gr'ai ~~-espe
-A Noristown married man can
heavily di.counmit Venor as a prognos
tica1tor'y. Whell1 the forner starts foi
home at 1 a. M. 1' aways prellcts a
" 1storm' w1 inl an hom', amd never
made a miss but once; atid then he
f.1u16 his wife sound usleep when he
realhed home. Next Imoruling sh - de
elared th it she ha.(d been drligged.
it. P. JOllNSO.N. F. P. CLELANO.
Shouhl b ive t iteir 1ct u'es taken at
JOHNSON & CLELAND's
GALLERY, E NEENV[,141, S. C.
Ware rep:rei1d 14) imakv FERO110
T YPES, P1H OTOG R !A Pigs, Copy 11ug(
I2, - -,A~; z?/Ic Is6.
Good Pictures made in cloudy
weather. Pay us nor no one else
for poor Pictures.
;(%0HNSON Ac CLELAND,
'~lTe only Heliale Ferro'(type
Gallecry laI the South.
Nov :10-1 y.
Leadin1 Drug Store,
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
Cw'u. .inii am? i Wu.dlinlon( S/.,
GRHE E I'll. L1,E. 8. C
Pure rus, lediciles, Paints,
Oils, 1)De StuTfs, 'oilel article-s
the best hian( of Segams and 'T'o
bacco, Notions, etc., at prices as
low as can he found inl the State.
Polite and attentive ( ler'ks. with a
full aind Select stock of Goods is
our Leading lmuements. Om
(IJRJ.'MS 4, 07 0 DiS
('annomt be e'xce*l led. as we haveQ.usIe
fuas well asOlI) ornatental arti(les,
for' youri w ife, Iii husband, swee'theart,
prices, I)on't fail to gi1ve me a
(call an y11 on are sur e to depari t
hal[lpy. I aml sole~ Agetfrti
counmty for the ce'.ilbrated1
the merits of whieb(1 camnnot be
tEW MEJM1B ElR
One ((nd lf,
ROBINSON & WYATP1
H ave just r'ecei vedI their Fa:ull
and(1'~ Winter stock o)f goodls,
andl Grmocers D)rugs.
tJPfiJ?' ve uIs a call and [1ve wC ill be Sute
to sel 01yo if~ low prictani-e dIesiredI.
WVHEN YOU GO TO
It will he tuore tiat a "Dollar it
your Pocket " to extniine
ROBERlTS & DAVID'S
tonmense stock of DRY 4OOI)S before
Wbu*ying. Wanlt (of space forhi .u
givingW anything-0 like a inoll (eseriptionl
of idrt.he g'oods w keep ; So we can
only give a partial price ist
floine-made bed-tickitig that w'il
hold water. 20, 22 and 25e . Extra
heavy drill 71 anti S(- good shirting)
ne :' hea vy hirtingw 6* ; h-tn 1 ya r I
widte, 61. 7 atal 8s. We sell ihe be-t
10e bleacht'lel gootis in t h worli, it is a
ftI I yard widtle. and perf ectlv ftre from
.tarchi. heavy .Jeans 25c, e'org-ia jean-<
40e, North 4 'arolina jeans 27' 33, 4)
1111d 'lie. All-wool t willed ret-1lFhnun-l4.
only 25; half-wool dre-s goods 10e
hemtitiful ch mnovable- dre-ss gods 12(6,
worth 2-c. Elegiant Silk (fAiet dres.,
goods 25c. wort h 4 )c. Best line of
in the City. Laflies clth for (AI0'.
LABS, all-wool, 14 v:n-st w.ide, in
hhick, brownen. rnet bronzI
unid blue, $1.0". :111 I 8 1.0
Walking" Jackets :nd (G jioaks from
Ladies :ni g4en ts Flanmel Ve.ss f rom
12 pair Li:liE's White l0ose for 90c.
12 pairl " colored ,4. -- m.00
W" will sell yon a full boned. sik
(1embroidered, 5-hLoAok 75e or4et for
Wne ;wdntfre t I h'.I
White Mi-d 'spret-als from 100e, up.
0ur IS1 .40 h 'a vy spread ik :a hart&ain.
Re'd comfolts 90e, $1.0 ), $1.40, 0I .0),
$1.75, $2.00, $O. , (0.
We carry.N the harges-t tokof
in the upper part. of the State. Wo
:llso hmndle Greenville niti ting Cotton
'10e. per lb: Knitting WVool 12.11 per
bN11k. ol 1-8 .00 pere 11b.
in.'. (oods toI h'. aimOnit of ONE DOC',
LAR or m1iore. will be presented withh
one of on h11ailsome CH RISTMAS
'LjAQUE, echC oie of f hInm is- a work
of Ar't, alI for diecoriat iill. pipo.,es
I l'e 1alle([ 11tul d.T
If you canl not colmie senmd for Sam
ph's and Price List.
Dec 2 1---3m
lt lh'mters('i for Iress (oods, IBiauk
aniid ( 'ci!o red( Silks, Black Cashm teres,'~
I let a ret ti aCloths, Al hat ross Clot hs,
lergialinie ClothIs, aiiid iin fact every
BIL.ACK r/RESS G000S.
Anm exqisite line of WValkinug Jack..
(C111I[DRE N'S CL OI A KS.
Th'le obily~ lace' yout .vill (in] Erin & \
Bros'. Fin Shoes fo Ladies, Mse
fientd a. it-'takes bitt one trial to intike
kS7tye, Fi and Comnfort~
Napkini- ainl D~oyles in- ahulance..
- iJf Cotmte :a 1( SO sIt s. Prices a n
imIhi~elet. Il':iis to b~e hli at
J. 1I. MORGAN & IBRO.,
WhIoles~iI al o(1 Reta il Me rch ant s,
Gi(llm'NV iIL LE, S. C.
-Alli persotis hi ilint claiif6 a<'ain.4
(lhe Estate of M. M. Jones, dc't (, wil
preQsenit t he.i to mue pr'operly provent,
andallperonsowing' th>sid sa
J1. 1 ~. ( (OSS E TTl, Adh 'r.
Thslerv ijat. 1, 881. It: