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LEAP YEAR PHILOsoPHY FOR
MARRIAGEABLE GiRias.-Don't love
too many at once.
Don't do your spooning in public. S
Travel on trains that go through
the most tunnels.
Give your brother taffy and get
him to be( before the chap calls.
If you have any objections to to
bacco, say so in time, or hold 3 our
tongue forever after.
Try to find out by some means
whether your intended can earn a
decent living for two.
Dont fall in love with a man on
account of a stunning ulster. Of
what use will that be next July ?
Be reasonable; dont expect a
man working for $8 a week to fur
nish you with reserved seats at theIti
opera every other night.
Deal carefully with bashful lov
ers ; lea( theni gradually to the
given point-(of prop)osal, of
course).
Tf possiblg try to suit your sis
ters, cousins, aunts, grandfathers, a
neighbors, friends and acquintan
ees, wN'heu y.ou select your victim.
-It is only in Em ope that young "
men can know what they are doing
in the vealy period at which they
select a mate. It is the custom in
some parts of Greece for a girl to
wear, generally on her head, all 1V
tChe money she possesses, so that i
any young man (lesiring to marry
her may know nlow mhtel r leli (ow- C
cry is.
But, Sylvia, said Hattie, if you
climb over that fence Mr. Tawimus
will see your stockings. And Syl
via replied( I thought of that.
but they havc't rot avy holes in iA
them.
--A (orresp~ondent writing fromi
E'llenton to the "'News andl Couri
er says that a number of people
are dligging pits, pre'parng for the
next tornado.
--Whenyou slip and fall on the
'4idewalk do not laugh uinless you
are actually amused. It will unot
keep other fools from laughing.
THEnm EFFECT'I OF VOTINU WRJONG.
-Th'Ie result of the' recentt tailrioadl ee
1.ion has h1 dth'e effect of br igig a
buo03yL ran (t re l tte market to n <dea I
hualt. Pl~eug hego:iations~ On several
pieces of valuableI)1 propety havye beet
bro'.kent off, an11( buye~.<- have flowu the
(onltemp)latedl large invest mnfts witj h a
t.hir way t' o a)more (congen ial at mnon
ihere. TF he lleprecialt ton ini real et't e
is mlore( t h an (equal t o t wVie the sub
:..oription) askedtl or by the railroatl.
Verily our1 ati- -ratilroail friels have
ob 1ta9inett a eos-tly vit ory.---Aiken Rte-j
. P. RUNION,
Easley, S. C.,
till '"The Leader of Low PIriees.',
:o:
AS A MAGNIFICENT LINE
OF
sprigA Cooaa
Ist received. While shopping in Eas.
ty, don't fail to call on im, and h
ill sell you at prices to suit the cLosi
IMps. He is also the Agent for the
[igh grade
SEA FOWL GUANO,
Ammonia 3.11.
kIso, Russell Coes Dis
solved Bone Acid Phos
1~ate and Premiumn Guano.
Give him a trhil on the Sea Fowl
UANO and make a bale of cotton tc
C. P. RtUNION.
Feb. 29Hm
WEET SIXTEEN,
AN) UP TO
The Ocdest,
hould have their Pietanres taken a
rOHNSON & CLELAND'S
GALLERY, GREE N VIL;E. S. C.
We are pzwre d to mawklt FERRO
'YPES, PHIOTOURAPI, Copy :1nd
ENLARGE PICTURES,
A T
*')U lCE7). PR/CE.
Good Pictures made in c1oudy
teather. Pay us nor no one else
or poor Pictures.
JOINSON & [EFANI,
hi ller in the So)ItY.
Nov 30-Iv
JOS, WESTON,
%oot & Shoe Maker,
Rear En lit II . Po~ol e' Gr(~ocerv,
La in N/.. GR E EMV i L LE. X.' U
Roots anld Shesmad~e t4-rd. .an
na~iedperfet 4 fil';.
Repairing both4 nieat ly. '1eIaply an
romly done 401, for Cash.
Dec 2l-.-Iy
G reenille, 8. C.
RKllAfliNG A 8l'EC:1ILTY.
TIHE SOLUBLE
PACIFIC GUANO,
M)SS4OLVED BONE Aci
PHl OSPHIATE,
ASCLD) BYV
( NA A Ci WJL L1A .M
S1V E me~ a call, and~A get~ pi(ces
i. I will be plesed1 to serve all thi(
hfriemld. of the Pacitle Gnt
n11( oIf thle Acid Pbo-phate.
See me1 at th IWa&relh-me on1 Ei
zid of the D~epot.
Feb'i2-tf
m&-Mr*. J. T. Arnold, after Feb. 1I
~t, wdll become the t raveling agent for
umMrmm
RICHMOND & DANVILLE
RAILROAD.
PASSiC.NGER DEPARTMENT.
Oni after Feb. U, 1884, Passenger
'Tiain service on th- A. & C. Air-Line
Division will be as follows
NORTHWARD, EXPREss No. 5I DAInY.
Leave Atlanta..................... 3 33 P ,1
Arrive Gainesville .............. 6 09 P
la.........A...... 6 42 i'
Rabun Gap Jitill...... 7 37 i M
ITocecoa....... .C. 8 1.5 1> M
Saneca Vity.... .D...... 9 2P4 M a
Central.......... ~9PM y
Liberty.......... .10 17 i> Al
Easle '.......................1031 I> m
Greeiville ......E .....11 02 P' m
Spartan burg. ...F......12 27 A IM
(astonia .........G... 2 29 A A
Ch.arlot ........11 3 28 A At
NORTHIWAR.1i MfAli. No. 53, DA[ILY.
Leave At-lanta..................8 45 A M
Arrive Uainesville.............10 -19 A 1%
Lifla .......................11 17 A M
Rabun (p 1 Jt11unction. 11 591 P m
Ioccoa-..............1 2 39 ' bm
Seneca Git ......... ..... 1 41 ; N
C y. tra....................2 : p
Libert y................25 Pn
I'-(gle ............... 3:07 P ,%
Greenville 335................:7 3 M
Spartanhrg .............4 Si)PM
st....6 58 ' ,
ChaI rloi ................... 7 43 > M
I8OUT1 IW I I , IX It IW ESS No. ;JO5, DA I 1Y
Lea ve 'h n tte.................. 2 08 a 1m
A rrivi v aslt 3, 0a ....1........... 3 0 m
Sp')artanl o I rg ............ 5 11 a III
ON reenIIvil1le.................. f; 36 i
. . . .y's. ................ . 7 11 a m
. i i.................... 8 34 a mn
c. -III. .l .....y............... 8 0 a III
T 4o n eo . .... ..... ...... .... 8 510 a1 in
llinhun GgJuict ion, 10 35 a 11
L ila ........................11 2-1 m
(Jl..a .vile.............. I 52 :a inl
A .t t a .................... I p m0
W' rI I W .\ RImMA N o. ,-2, I I I "y
Lea vv Ch H-lotte .................. 1 12 p 11)
\ rrim' f st oniii .................. 50 p m
S).t.rian burg- ........3 3. 54 pm
tieeoville ............... 5 20 p m
E a Sl ' ................ 5 5 p m
ib ert .................... G 10 m
. . entral..................... ( 32 im
Sei et cit y................ 7 0;5 1
T wcoa... ..................... 2 p m
Rahn)III (Gap hinnctionl, 9 M 1)pi
Lu11la .. ................... . 9 35 1 m
Gainiesville............10 05 p ii
A tin t a ................12 23 a m
.XC(Olnanodtiion T1rain, (Air-Line 1It ile)
(;OING N9I.II.
L've( G(ainesville.............. 7 08 a mn
A r i ve A \rlai ............... 9 05 a mn
No. 18-Loeal Frieig'h, Go.~ing Souit h.
Leave (Charlott114e - - - 6 I12 a mn
A' t rive Gllt'iey's - - - 11 17 a mn
ArrveSprtahug - - I 24) p mn
Arrive' Greenville - - 4 58 j m
Arrive Ce.nt.ral - - - 8 053 y m
No. 17.- Loen! F JreighI t , Going Northi.
Leave enitral - - - -1 10 ai m
At nriv freenville - - - 6 13 a mn
Arrivye Spartanhui rg - - -0 37 a in
ArrTive Gail'n)ey 's - - 1 12 27 p mn
vArrive Charlot te - - - 7 0(0 p mi
All1 freight trins )5onl thlis" r~oail carry
pa1'sengers. All passen ger~ trainsi run1
ln~l R wy, t o all East (eIn cities, anI1 ait
A tlatta withl aill lines (liverginig. No.
50) leaves Richmnomd at 1 00 p m,. ani
No. 51 arrives thlei e at 41 0(0 p m1. 32
leaves Richmiomi 1 28 a mi. 53 arrives
there 7 41 a m. Th'e leeal freighits stop
at above stations~ 20 to :30 minuites.
BUFFET SLEEPING CA RS WITH.
OUT CHIANOIE.
On t rains Nos. 50 and 51. New York
md Atlanta, via Washington and Dan
IlIe, Greensboro and Ashevillo.
On trains Nos, 62 and 53, Richmond
md Danville, Washington and Augus.
a, Washington and New Orleans.
1% Through Tickets on sale a t
Ja lrmlotte, Greenville, Seneca; Spar
Anburg and uainesville to all points
South, Southwest, North and East.
A, Vith N E R R to and from Ath-ms.
B, with N E It R to and from Tailti
Alh Falls.
1, with El. Air-Line, to and tron)
Elberton and Bowersville.
1), With Blue Ridge R R to and from
Walhalla, &c.
E, with c and u R i to aud from
NVewberry, Alston and Colimbia.
F, with,1 A and s and s U and c nii
.o an d from Hendersonville, Alston &c.
G, with Chester and Lenoir R R to
ind from chester, Yorkville and Dallas
11, with N c Division and c c and A
it to and from Gre ensboro, Raleigh,
tc. EDWIN BETRRLEY. Supt.
M. SLAUGIrTERL, Gen. Pass. Agt.
A. L. RIVES, 2d V P & Gen. Man'ir
........ ..........................................
iouth Carolina Railway Company.
ommencing Sunday, Janiary 20,
S1884, at 4 p In. Passenger 'l'rain;
vill un as follows untitil further notice,
E:Istern t ime :''
TO AND FROM CHARLESrON.
EAST (DA ILY.)
D)epmt Columbia at 6 40 a In 5 31 pI
)ue Charleston at 1 23 a mn 0 10"
WEST (DAILY.)
re1)part ("harlet;4on 7 00a m 4 00 p m
D)ue at, Columbia at 11 40 " 10 3 "
To AND FROM CAMDEN.
East (Daily exevIpt Sunuday.)
')v part Colubitia at. 6 40 a m 5 34 p m
'-)me at Cauiden at 1 55 p m11 8 -
West, (Daily except Sunda11y.)
D)epar- Caiden at 7 15a i 4 15 y In
ue at Cohuibia 31 40 " 10 35
TO AND FONf AUGUSTA.
East' (Daily.)
D[p It C 'ohinbia at 6 4 a mn 5 34 p n'
Due at. Augusta at 12 05 1 7 10 a m
West (Daily.)
Depart Augista at 6(1 8 a m 5 O) 1) In
D[ie at. Colimbia at I 40 1035 "i
CONN EC ri ONS
an.de At. 1Columbiba with Golumbia anid
-XrIeenville Railroad by train arriving
aI 1 -10 a In, and departing a1t. 5 34 p
n. At. Columbia Jinction with Char
iIt te, (.olminba and Augi6usta Railroad
)3 same t rain to and from all poi.Its oi
At (Ch Lrlestonm wit h Steamers fo
Ne'w York on Saturdlay; and on Tue
lay maIl Sat iudy withi Steamer for
Jaceksonville and)( pouints on St. Johni's
[liver; also. with (Charleston and Sa
~uiana Railroad1 to and from Savan..
nthi and all points in Florida.
At Augusta with Geor'gia and( Cen..
ral Railroads to andl from all point
West anid South. A t Blackville to and'
romi poim)1s oin UWtrwell Railroad.
1'biroughu t icketse can be p)ureli;Lsed to all
points South anid West by applying t')
.JOHN B. 1PECK, G1eneral Manager.
D) C Au rlENGen). P'as. anid 'k't. Agt.
GUANO! GUANO!
cotile t o represent t he following
ULAIl BRA.NDS5 of (GUANO) AND
ACIDIS.
NEVASSA GUANO,
NEVASSA ACID.
NEVSSA Cotton Fertilizer.
M4I'NA EROE1 (Auaaso,
(bHItE101 E (Gesuano,
DA Call on me and get p'rices be
rore you make your purchs1.4e$.
J. R. OOSSETT, Agent.
Easley, Feb. 8, 1884--ti

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