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The Easley messenger. (Easley, S.C.) 1883-1891, March 14, 1884, Image 10

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trouble half way.
Numberts of people really make them
selves ill by going oit to niet disaster
and mnisforttune--in other wor(s, )y
fancying all Sorts of bal things area
bout to happen to t1 hem.
Ai aIle, not a lithe of those terri
be eveitialit ies ever Ocnr, aInd all the
shrinking apprehension is ufndergone
for nothing.
A man, especially a fatmi1y man and
a father, ought always to prepare for
the worst-for a.11 instanlce, by insur
ing his life. But this is no reason for
his getting up every morning mn ud fanl
vyingo, he is goliag to die 1)fore noon1!
If people always lived within their
me ;s, always hal a little put by, amd
IneverP let Ihe future wvorry thm mind
ly, they wouhl lead far happier lives
111:111 at preseut seens to be the enae.
TOO T1 ID. -A Certain youing mIaII
in G(r-IeINwooil reeIItly aQhe( I. I "Il
11'' t o mm-ary h. m while they were
out promenilting one evemng:1 at aI so
viable. SIic gave him a1 favorabliII an
ever, but (esirel timlt the evrei'im
h1oiild be performed that ver'y evell
ing. lie was (1elighted with the idea,
:iil] then asked lwr o lccolimy him
t t he p: sonl's. This she refused to do
:is our informnalmt tells -:, obsewrved
that. it, wash (11.enlenm's dutly to
providle the prea-cher. Ile demurred,-c~l
:ind shie persniste(d in holing her poilt,
:nlld t hev tim 11 lly agreed to disagre'le, and
Slie imateh vIs d(echItreil of. Poor fcL
loV; h110 O doubt fcels Sorry for him
self now. and wishes lie had hired a
uilile to hick him. lie v ,:s afraid to gu
:ifter the prea.cher al'Ione. Ne vxt?--SI -
lhi ~Argu *;;s.
L N BHmo *1'-: YorL-A j.-Beit iix
in - ](ng artirle in t(e Miebig:mn Farm
'r, tells a Sadl] story of desertion anid
woC brotughit Io a youngim girl.1 who mar
ried a manl who wa<4 :hs1 iunknown
ito her 11 1 lt e t lin-. ilie u1nion tooh lce.
:nol (loses the article wVU h\ tls pjiece of
wh01om a1Oh'llec to r irk<: Thleyon
1,1r101r. mayI nlot b".ic daishing gal
'any, bt they don't owve thle taiilor* for
Iii" Suits t h(ey wear, 11lor make thie
.grVAn11 sprei'' on b1 iorrow ed (Uaital.
'he yitn i man you have kniown fromt
(ehib~Il)ho, whoicse chi tracter' you have
buli aniOjj opprtunity o. .f knowinig.wh~oee
pos ll.ins, ih h I'i mo)Iest. areQ hionest
ly bi... i. (te safIest, hunsband. It i- a
dangerou' s i't Ihinmg to marry'i' a mand who
1t4Ned lire alial there by Celmttl ta
des, who is hiere to-iyi mad uIIy he
in~g p7oluih1it in'' I hat a pleaing o(l11ress
is n ot a paU 'Sport to yourI famvor, bu t. if
mai~ke him1 rlali(e his (1cdentials, lEast
ih-- storyV told ini lmy Ii!'t paragraplh
--Aimonig iho)se klledI at L~eedl. A\'U..
on r ih.(Georugia Pavm~ille Itailro).ll. hvy lie
W . F. Wrmight, and his son was~ ini Col.
-mia .. ' .. when hie heard of thle
--Sit h5P. ' o l'iEMFs~.N
WHEN YOU GO TO
It willbe e than a "'Doll arin
your Pokt .0 examine
0 B A "W& DAVID'S
nmens~e SO of DRY G)ODS hefore
buying. Wahwt of spaee forids lis
giving anth't1dilike a fulil description
of all the goods/ we keep ; so we can
oly give a partial price
Holue-mdd bi416king th:tt will
hold water, 20, 22 and 25w. Extra
heavy drill 7A and So ; grood shi''tin,
5e ; Ieavy shirting (e ; I i vard
vide. 6f 7 :ill1 8!. We sell th l'e st
10e bleached (roods in t h worl, it. is :1
full yard wid Ic an d perfectly five from
starch. Heav Jeans 25e, Georgia jeatuu
.10e, North Carolina .iaus 47. 83, 4(
and 4 . Al-ool twilled re'l Ehun.Iiel
only 2.5; half-wool dre:s goo k )Oe
beauIIt ifu eInIIc 1I)Ie I ble da4 gr-.-;WOod1 s 12 je
worh 25-3. Elegant. Silk e-geet lost
W~oods ; 25e, wvorthl 40c. Best 4 linle of
BLACK CASHMERES
LA US, :l1-wool, 1A ya nls:, wvile, it
black, brown1, "rW1,40 . ga.'rnet, brousm
:H111 blut, , 1.00 :l0d 1 . l 10.
Walking .bLackts ;ud clk frou
$'.2-5 up.
ILadies :Ind gon t Z F buuwt,L tsin
50c. up.
12 pair L:Ulies White lIo e for 90' .
12 pair' " cooh~'ed '' -- 1.00,
WNe( will se4ll you aI ful11 hourd. ill,
mider 1 ., 5-hook 7-- :rw for
.50 ( o forll th1)
White4 B2ild s re l-i un i.up
41.75. 2.00,.*2.50, i3 00.
ill thf. up eler p"art of It)h S:(:, . ,
)lJso h1 tle ( r n '9 'vil Iv 3 i oI (' a ' liI.
4-1 . p ;r Ib; K Ittn W I 12,
I31 1 '1; Io kc~ w~ rO~r
bian t or%b0pI l . I
LAm r o r-I ee will be pr e td Will,
one <.f1ou I Jalmy 11th ,V4lA
PLAQUE~S. ahoef h-miawr.
I -v 2
f Ail'y )..' )fr oat, ic n- , pm *o1e
arie nequrale.
BIFI'i r iaessin l r 1884,~p(
w1il*laLeuinr 14.ay14h
Ajanei 4. 30
Ilec, a"Iurs ," " 2.5,
hutide n (iai Loadr Loton go
Boar thingvae famileh, ptery
M on h,................ .... 10 0
(Etc 112-rifr rt o ubi
BUY F1E
CL O T IN
G~ R EETN V i LE,> S. (
D) C 21--v
^! Ier wsns are warnel agi
WeIAPOE Y()
rj
IF NOT,
Yfbn wKill
A\ Farnwr1Q wVho put~si
IWIEST'S GVAl
Anid (Co
flA L LE NTLIE'
These M~achines
yille Coach Factor
G. W. SIRRINE, Sup1erin
March 7--2mos
Wagonfor Sale.
"W E have a good two-horse w Na-o"1
for sale chetap for CASH !i. T
paI'eiilars call on A NT. .Folger, Eas
ey, S. C.
KERNEItILE NMAN'FO Co.
Feb 122--Lf
R. D. GARRETT,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Watches, Jewelry,-&c., Repaired :
Reasonable prices-Work Guaranteed.
Watches and Chains Rteplated withl
ol0d or- Silver.
A nice linte of Christmas Presents
01) hand, and at lowest rates.
Ih'c 21-t
SUBSCRIBE
FOR
THE MESSENGER
, FOI
ITS
iI In fringements on these Patents.
U EXAMINEDI)
o8 Co0t ton.
D)( SO BEFORE
4G COTTON,
$ey c.C.
RE TH'lE REST
U(G CO7/UJULCedl.
his FE RT[LIZER with the
40 DISTRIBUT0OR,
tton Seed with
COT[TON PLANTER,
areC made by the Green
-I H. C. MARKLEY, Proprietor.
tendent.

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