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Be Careful What You Say.
In speaking of a person's faults,
Pray don't forget your own;
Remember those in houses of glass,
Should never throw a stone.
If we had nothing else to do,
But talk of those who sin,
'is better we commence at home,
And from that point begin.
We have no right to judge a man,
Until he's fairly tried;
Should we not like his company,
We know the world is wide.
Some may have faults,and who has not?
The old as well as young;
We may perhaps, for aught we know
Have fifty to their one.
Ill tell you of a better plan,
And-find it works full well;
To try my own defects to cure.
Before of others tell;
And though I sometimes hope to be
No worse than some 1 know,
My own shortcomings bid me let
The faults of others go. ,
ThlIeI let us all, whei we comin ce
To slander friend or foe,
Thiik of the hat in one word may do,
To those we little know;
Bemember C. rses sometimes, like
Our clickens, "rwost at home."
Dout speak of others' faults until
We have none of our own."
BUY FINE
CLO T HING
SHOES
I)he 2l-Iy
ALL KINDS.
JOB WORK
\Teatly,
Cheaply
(107i' at
Tiu's Qffice.
Easey Academy.
First Session for 1884,
will begin January 14th,
and continue Six School
Months.
TEI~s .
Primary Wep'm'nt, per month, $1.50
[utermediate " 2.00
Acadenle " 3.00
Select (vourse, " 2.50
Incidental Fee, per Session, 50
Music extra.
Board in private families, per
M onth,............................ 10.00
Each sch1-ai's pro rata of Putblie
Funds wvill be ledlucted from hi- TIi
tion during the Public Term, whieh
begingz .buni11ary 14.
i For Partiehi rs, add(r.
C. W. MOORE, Principal,
Easley, S. C.
jan 4, 1884-3mi
Leading Drug Store,
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
Cor, Main and Wiashingtf/on S/s.,
PureN Drugs, Medicines, Palints. Oils,
D~ye Stuffs. Toilet articles, Patenit
mene(1es, the best brands of Segars
:aml Tobacco, Notions, etc., at prices
'as low as can be fotund in the State.
Polite and attentive (lerks, with a
fuit and select stock of Goods is om'
Our line offojaros
for Pri'eets, can not be excelled, as we
h ave useful, as well as orunental1 ar
t iees, for your wife, huisband, sweet
heart, chiIld (or friend, and all at bot.
tonm prlees. Don't fail to give me a
call, and1( you are sure to depart happy.
I am sole Agent for this County for
WrVJZARD OIL,
the mewrits of which 'cannot be over-es
timate'd.
Dec 21--tf
J. A. COOK,
DEALER IN'
Sto-ve
ElC> TY~ 30~
FURNISHINW
GOODS, &C., C.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Call on me. ad examine the
"Excelsior Cook Stove"
before you buy elsewhere.
2inmpare and .House iFr
nishing oods al short-crop
price.
TIlhTW'.ARiE
At Wholesale, Cheaper than the
CII EA PEST.
Nov 30-1y
R. D. GARRETT,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Main St., Greenville, S. C.
: ches, .Jewelry, &c., Repaired at
Reasonable prices-Work Guaranteed.
Watches and hains Replated with
Gold or Silver.
A nice lie of Christmas Presents
on hand, aid at lowest rates.
Dec 21-tf
THE CHEAP CASI
Store of
OWNBEY BROS.,
Is the place to buny your Stapie an
Fanc ,y G roceries, 'obacco, Segars, Far
mers' Hardware, Garden Seeds, &e.;
OUR SPECIALTIES.
We keep Stoves, Crockery and Tin
ware. at hard thnes prices.
Th inking the public generally for
their liberal patrulage in the past, we
hope by close attention to business to
merit a comintiuance of the same.
Country produce bought at highest
market price, for cash.
Remember our motto is qdlek sales
andu short profits. Give us a ca-I.
Respect.fuIly,
OWNBEY BROS..
Jan 2--801Easley, S. C.
News and Courier,
CHIARLESTrON, S. (C.
Daily $10 a year ; Weekly $2 a yeair.
The Leading Paper of the South-East
Largest Circulation in the Cotton
States.
Jan 11-ti
.JOS. WESTON,
Boot & Shoe Maker,
Rear End RI. R. Poole's Grocery,
Main St., GREEMV1LLE, S. C.
Boots and1 Shoes mailde to Order, and
guaran teed perfect fits.
Repairing both neatly. cheaply andl
promfptly' d one, fo~r Cash.
nDe. 2l1.1
CINE WORKS
AND
MAcDONALD, Prop'r.
anl. ,anufacturer of all kinds of Ma~
ehi ury, Brass and Iron Castings made
to 4-der
I am agent for the Judson Governor
and Cn (uplicaite any part ; also thi
UANCOCK INSPIRATOR,
which I can fit to any boiler. The
safest and simplest means of injecting
water iuto a boiler. Inforination
cheerfully furnished on application. I
have on hand Steam Gauges, Fittings,
Valves and Steam Pipes of all sizes.
My stock is first-class and from the
best imaiifactures.
Write for prices.
R. M. MACDONALD -Dear Sir:
We have one of the Hancock Inspi
rators, No. 124. furnished by you, in
use supplyig our 40-Hlorse Power
Boiler with water, and consider it
equal to, if not superior. to any in use.
We cheerf illy reconlenld it.
Si mnate, Grady & Nichols.
I. M. MACDONALD, Greenville, S. C.
-Dear AStir: The No. 17- Hancock
Inspirator placed on ny 50-)l-orse Pow
er Boiler by you, proved a success so
far I every particular, and as a boiler
feeder, I believe it has no equal. Be
fore I secured your Inspirator I suffer
ed from unieasiness, besides the ex
penSC of Keeping our steanm pu)m) "in
repairs."' It does its work promptly.
Can reconnuend it to any using a boil
er feeder. Respect fully yours
George Platnam.
R. M. M.ACDONALD, rC'eenville, S.C.
-Dear Sir: The No. 8j Hancock In
spir'at.or you pu1ton my Portable En
gtie last summer. I consider It far
superior to any pump I have ever seen.
In fcet, I could not get along without it.
I w.% mI i a Ivie -all o wa !isaf steam111 on1
gines to use thcm.
Respectfully yours
E. F. Algood.
D~ee 21-,3m
I. P. JOINSON. F. P. CLELAND.
SWEET SIXTEEN,
AND UP TO
The O dest,
Should hlve ftleir Pictures taken at
JOHNSON & CLELAND's
GALLE RY, GREE NVILLE, S. C.
We are pre'(paredl to make FERR9s
TYPES, PH1OTOGRAPHS5, Copy and
ENLARGE PICTURES,
A TV
Good Pictures made in cloudy
weather. Pay us nor no one else
for poor Pictures.
.JOHINSON & CLELAND,
IrWr The only Reliable Fer'roty~pe
Gallery in the South.
Nov 30-Iy
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