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An honest husbait "you shoul seek,
Without rep .roach or tear;
Nor abould you stop until yau pop
Tihe (Itlestion of the year.
Don1't hesitate or. Specultate
Oi how, or when or where,
Or if he he rover free
Or modest miillionaire.
lie sure you're right then go ahead,
And with a firm resolve
Determine to go in and win
A man who-will revolve
Around you with devotion true,
And tp yotir chidings hark.
Whate'er yon do, we say to you,
Just matke him toe the mark
Salt for the Throat.
For many years paslt, indeed we may
say during the whole of a life of more
than forty years, we have been subject
to a dry, hacking cough. which is not
only distressing to ourself, but to our
friends and those with whom we are
brought into business contact.
Last fall we were indulced to try
what virtue there was ill comm11non salt
We commenced by using it three time.
a day, mnorinr, noon and night. We
dissolved a large.table-spoonful of salt
in about half a tuimiblerfil of water.
\With this w-e gargled the thro:It most
thoroughly just before meal tine.
T'he result was thait (holing th entr
wvinte- we. were not only fret frou
coughs and colds, but the dry, backing
ough had eutirely disappeared.
We attribute these satisfactorV re
.Alts solely to the use of salt gargle,
:iand most0' cordia'll recommenid a trial
of it to tllosc who, are sibject to dis
I Ises of the throat. Manty personls
who have not t ried (lie s:alt ga rgle have
t h impSion t hat it is uIl easat It,
hat after a few days u.se no person who
I oves al icoe clean t mouth and 111-t rate
sharU'p.ener 'f the appetite, will aban
A N OU'rLAw'8 RTUSE.-LtuCky Joe.
Wilson, the chief of a band of horse
ihieves and outlIa es, eseaped from the
jatil of WYataniga comlity' the other day
by a sharp) ruse.. Wilson was senitene-'
el to the State prtisonI for ten years for
his outla wry, lie took ani appe~al ant!
was auwaiig ai; dIecision of the Su
j'reme Court .in his case. Fot some
wveeks past he has pretendedl to be
qulite ill. TEhe other niht hi ' feigned
dlead, was laidl out b~y the prUison ot'tl
(1:als anid pre pared for burial. The
coffin was ordered and all other pre-i
parations mnade for the interment ofl
the dlead1 outlaw. T1he body waIs plaed~
ini an out building, where it wa.s Vie wed
by many of the prisonlers amil oflleers
ofI the jail. T1hie eyes were wide open'
:numl seeminitgly glaz/ed itn (death. Blood
hadl spuirted. from the mouth and1( ratn
down on the bed covet ing. A minister
was sent for t~o preach the funeral of,
he( not orioiis robberW. Th'le body wafs
l-ft alone ut il the t ime arrivedl for bu'
rial . When~i ev'erthling b~ecame~ quiet
abo(ut tile prisonl Wilsoiu smhldemly re
susciltatedl htinself, sprang upI alil dash
('d out of thle roomi atndl made his ('s
(1ale. Before) . lImy one was 1n ware of
whalt hadl occurred he dashed down the
muouti an md fled towards. 'Tennlessee.
l'hte 'discovery of t he rtse layed utpon
them byWlo so paralyvzed thle offi
ters tat th~ey permlfitte d the prisoner
to get two hours the start of thmem Le
fore they followed himi, it is hardly
probable that he wvill be captured.
North Camu.rohi Ecnnm..
W. M. Hagood & C
the balance of thei
W IN T l "
R e due e/(
Runi a Firsjt Class Live1
and( Sale Stable ini conne<C
tioni with their buisiniess, anl
forget them when in Easle,
Hardware, Cutlery, I
T URA L DIEM ENTI
geit als'> for the- cel!ebn
and Separators. lHege's In1
dependent andI Simulta-n. oaks
11110 ST ON0.
IT NEVER rAILS!
VIrms. if you wait to he sure of
V101r ('11T don'It slop Iunili J1. B. King
h)l-ed v01 With "OLD STONO. '
Whel vOn lDve -OLD STONO" pm
ha:vo aft.'m sa-fet y inl 6.11r1in'g ik
]_ haplpine Ii. s aIt lu011ne. TheC mnan that11
undler his e rop will smile aili the Sum
ier. The (ottoll Ill1grow iand the
4 siNilvill comei.
You will not he a1sked to ]lad youlr
ownwagoS, as Mr . Ing wil d001 that
for youi. Back nJ y'our wagon and11( we
wil ldo the work. R espect fully,
KING & GR4ADY.
THlE CHIEAP CASH
la the p)lce to buiy your Staplean
IFaney ( GrOCeries, TIoba'cco,) Segars Far
mer's t'( arware, Gardeni Seeds, &c.,
We keep St oves, Crockery amI( Tini
wvare. ait1U4 ar tim1es pr1iceis.
3- Tin'tking the public genuerally for
their libveral-patr'onuae In the paslt. we
dhope byclos'e 'ttenntroft buinetl'ss to
(Country produle b)oughIt ait highest
man rket pric, for ca sh.
Remuember our mot to is lhiek sales
and( slhort profits. G ive us aI ca-I.
E asley, S. C.
10-Mr. .J. T'. A ruold, afiter Feb. t he
' lsi, will become the I raveling agent for
POE & CO.,
ron, Nails, Agricul-o
AND MACII IN EFY.
tte Eclipse Engines, G4in,
proved Swlv Mids4, IN ith lu
lH ad Blocks.
Leading Drug Store,
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
Cor, Main? und W-1ashinlion Sts.,
G(lIENV ILLE7. S. C.,
Pure D)-rgs, Merlifcine. Painlts;. Oilk,
Dye Stutf, Toilet articles, Patet i
melichine. the best bralnd of Segavr
ait Tobacco, Not ions, et c. at pricvs
as kt w as cal be fouind in the State.
Polite and attentive clerks, wit.h a
fiull ald select stock of (oo is our
Leadng Iadticenicits for patron..
O1ur line of
for Presents, cannot be excelled, as we
have usefil , Waell as ornamntalar
ticles, for your wife, husbaud, sweet
heart., child or friend, and all at bot
tomn prices. D~on't fail to give me~ a
calil, and you are sure to depart happy.
I amI sole. Agent for this County for
t he celebrated
hie meits of which 'Mannlot he over-es
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