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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 were sorry, very sorry, but we had
to accept the aituation. Conpulsion i"
a mighty power, of frequent manifes
tations, in a great complicated world
like this. On our arrival, we found
that we had been sent to a kind peo
ple. A bountifully spread table, th
fine turkey, together with other luxu
ries which greeted our eyes as we en
tered the dining-room, manifested
thoughtful kindness and good taste on
the part of our new friends, and were
enjoyed and appreciated bythe preach
(' anld his family. We also 101111d
flour, sugar, coffee, potatoes, and oth.
er necessarics in the larder. I ani
ex)ect.ing a year of hard, but agree
able and stuecessful work. We lave -i
good parsonage in the town of Easley,
with church, railroad anid school ad
vamtages. Sonme additional furniture
has beenu brought in since our arrival,
and more will be providedi. One o1
thme official brethen at ti place har
very kindly undertaken to supervist
the dligging of a well for thme conIven
iane of the parsonage, and anothel
ha~s b~een kind eniough to sendl for :
good coobk stove. Thus it may be seer
that there are go)od subshtntial reasonm
for my hope of success. Bro. Etwell
my predesessor, leaves manny friendi
na resuml, of four year's labor. Whuih
h - will miss tho grand muountauin sceen
ery th~ it I shall enijoy, he will havet
pleasantmt tield and good roads to trav
--TI~h lady ptm:incip.m of a1 school hi
hi i- ddvertIsemnent menctionemvd h -r fe'
mee assistag,.aw.1 th reutato o
t a(ebing wh ich1 sh bar,'bu the prtit
t9er-c1.trt~ ess f llo w-Ift out. ' hichu'
so the a Iertisemenit wvent forthi comu
miemingiu~ the ladyv's reput~it.iau to
I eaching Islthe ear.'
-Cong're. 'mani Mackey, oft thi
Staite, h-is nombii~at.ed Roh~rt Shav
Wilkins, coored, of R'eaufort, agedl 11
C. E. ROBINSON,
Pickens, S. C.
J. T. NIX, J.J. NIX,
Greenville. S. C. Hampton, S.C.
Nix, Robinson & Nix,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
PICKENS C. H., S. C.
Will practice in all the Courts of the
State, and of. the United States.
All business shall receive prompt
attention.
Jan 2.5-1y
WHEN YOU GO TO
It will be more than a "Dollar in
your Pocket " to examine
ROBERTS & DAVID'S
tiniense Stock of DRY GOOD before
buying. Wunt of space forbids is
giving anything like a full description
of all the goods we keep; so wectn)
only give a partial price list:
Home-made bed-ticking that will
hold water, 20, 22 and 25c. Extra
heavy drill 7A and 8c ; good shirting
Fe ; heavy shirting 6c ; sheeting 1 yard
wide, 6. 7 and 8e. We sell the hest
10c bleached goods in the world, it is a
full yard wide, and perfectly free from
starch. Heavy Jeans 25c, Georgia jeans
40e, North Carolinia jeans 27. 33, 40
and 4-e. All-wool t.willed red Flainel
otnlv 25e; half-wool dress, goods 10c
b1ant11 if ill ch:migeable dress goods 12,'.e,
worth 25c. Elegant Silk et'ect dress
goOds 25c. wortlh 40(. Best line of
BLACK CASHMERES
iin the City. Ladies eloth for CItCU
LABS. all-wool, I4 ytirds wide. in
black, browi, green. garnet, bronze
a 1( blue, $1.00 an1d $1.10.
Walking JacKets and Cloaks from
'.25 tp.
I adlies and gents Flannel Vests from
10c. up.
12 pair Ladies White Ilose for 90e.
12 pair I" colored " " $1.00.
We will sell you a full boned, silk
embroi(itred, 5-hook 75c Corset for
5We ; (don't forget this)
White Bd sprels from 90c. ip
ont $1.40 heavy sprea-d is a bartai.
led comforts 90c. $1.01. $1.40, 'i.60.
$1.75. $2.00, $2.50. $3 00.
We carry I he birget stock of
in the tipper pairt of the State. We
silso hiandle Greenville Knit ting Cotton
40e. per Ib; Kniting Wool 12c per
hin, k, or $1 .00 per lb.
Si*ECIA L -Every customer buy
ing~ Goods tothe amiount of ONE DOL.
l A RI or moure, wvill be presenuted with
PlAQUE~S, (each1 one oif t hem is a work
oif A rt, :aud for (decoratinig p)urposes
aure unequalled.
If you cani not come send for Sam-.
pies and Price list.
kEtsWWs T & DkAv5U)8.
D)ec 21--3m
R. D. GARRETT,
Wa tch Maker and Jeweler,
. Main St., GreenvIlle-, S. C.
Watches, Jewelry, &c., Repaired at
Reasonai ble prices -Work Guaranfeed.
Watches antl.1 hins 1 Replated withi
Goldl or Silver.
A nice line of Christmas Present.s
on hand, and at lowest rates.
D~ec -2A--tf
-J. WESTO~j
itQet & Shpe Maker,
Rear Enid R~.1R. Poole's Grocery,
Main St., 4.') E MYJL L E, S. U.
floots and Shoes maide, to Order, and
ganteed perC~il)fect fits.
Rep'~airino both neati1V. chlyl and
prompljtly )>ne', for Casb.
J. A. COOK,
DEALER IN
Stoves,
Tinware,
&-I C:O T.7MBHi
FURNISIlING
GOODS, AC., AC.,
OREENVILLE, S. C.
Call on me and examine the
"Excelsior Cook Stove "
before you buy elsewhere.
2iw 'pare and JIi.ou.se Fur
nishing Goods at short-crop
prices.
TITW.A.TE
At Wholesale, Cheaper than the
CNIIEAPEW I'.
Nov 30-1y
GEO. W. TAYL' R. JAMES P. CARY
TAYLOR GARY,
..& ttorn-iey7s at Law ,
PICKENS C. H1., S. C.
Dee 1 1-1y
J. G. BLAVE
Main St., Greenville, S. C.
WA TCHES, JE W32LR Y, CLO CK5
Pistols, Cartridges, Stationery, &-c.
D@TRepairng done promptly, and
it Low Rates, for ca.h.
Dec 21.-1y
iS. JMm. S2.<rIDEit,
Greenville, S. C.,
DEALER IN
Watches, C.ocks, iJewelry,
&c., &c.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Dec 21-ly
GRAND EXCURSIO19
To see the Circus will not create th(
excitement that our Bargains in Beds.
Bureaus,'hairs, T1ables, and every.
tigpertaining
TO THE
.legant and tasteful furnIshing of yomi
houase with IBedroomi and~ Parlor Suits
of aill gradles. Come one, come all and
and( be convinced that you cannuot gel
more gnods for less money than w<
give at
FURNITURE HOUSE,
A .general linue of U~ndertaker's Sup
plies always on hand1(.
Coffins trimmedi at all lhours, andl i
style to suit purichasers.
EASLEY, S. C.
A. ,M. RUJNION,
. Proprietor Furniture House.
Notice.
A11 persons holding claims na~Ins
the E~stage of bi..M. Jones, dq'S, wil
present thein to me pr-operly proven
and all persons owing the said Estate
will make prom pt paym ent to me.
J. R. O~ssETT,' Adm'r.
lEaslev. jnn 4, 1884...t
Geex:vi.fle
MA CHINE WO RK
AND
I. M. MACDONALD, l'rop'r.
and Mtanftacturer of all kindi of M t
ehiery, Brass and fron Castings ml'
to order
I am agent for I hm J.hson Gvern',
and canl (1plic-iate a1ny part ; alo th
HANCOK INSIPilAT01l,
wh.le 1 can tit to any boiler. The
safest adi simplest means of inljectiIg'
water itto a boller. mtnformabt ion
cheerfully furnished on applica t lon . 1
hue on hand Steam Ganges. Fittinrags,
Valves anild Steaim ipij)es of all sizes.
My stock is first-class and from the,
baest mflanullfactrels.
Write for prices.
R. M. MAcDoNArLD -.Dear Sir:
We have one of the- Hancock ispi
rators, No. 12J. fiuruished by you, h
use supplying oir 40-Horse Power
[toiler with water, and consider It.
equal to. If not siperior. to any in u-ae.
We cleerf lily recotmienod it.
Shunmate, Grady & Nichols.
R. M. MAcDONALD, Greenville, S. C.
-Dear Sir: The No. 171 ilincock
Inspirator placed on my 50--Horse Pow
or Boiler by you, proved a success so
far in every particular, and as a boller
feeder, I believe it hs no equal. lk
fore I sectred your Inspirator I suft'er
ed from uneasiness, besides the ex
pense of Keephg our steam pump 4ini
repairs." It does Its work promptly.
Can recommend it to any using a boll
er feeder. Respectfully youers
George Putiam.
R. M. MACDONALD, Greeiville, S.C.
-Dear Sir: Thte No. 81 Hancock Ii
spirator you pit. on my Portable Eu
gine last sutmmer. I consider It far
superior to any pump I have ever sect.
In fact I could not get along without It.
I wnbi aiviAti all owners af steati en
gines to use them.
Respectfully yours
E. F. Algood.
Dec 21-3iu
H. P. JOHNSON. F. P. CLILAND.
SWEET SIXTEEN,
AND UP TO
The Oldest,
Shonld h:ive their Pictures taken at
JOHNTSONT & CLELAND's
GALLERY, GREENVILLE, S. C.
We are preparedi to make FERRO
TYPES, PIOT0NR APUS, Copy and
ENLARGE PICTURES,
A'iT
Good Pictures made in cloudy
weather. Pay us nor no one else
for poor Pictures.
.1011NSON & CLE LAND,
ir*"' T1he only Reliable Ferrotype
Gallery ini the South.
- Nov 30-ly
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