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Ue Guetsed it.
Traveling men as a rule are not
tpt to make "bad' breaks," but
siometimes they do. 'Tlie other
day, on a traiu coming into this
city,one of these gentlemen wanted
to sell out for a torn two-cent stamp,
but found no purchasers. On the
train was a particularly lovely
young lady, seated by herself, while
in the seat in front was a perfect
4pecinten of a well-to-do planter.
rhe moist weather had probably
affected the old fellows corns, as he
had taken off both boots and plant
ed his feet on .the seat in front.
Tle relief lie had experienced had
caused him to drop into a sweet
slumber, and--well, it was just
about this time that the drummer
sat down in the seat by the young
lady and commenced to make
things pleasant, after the peculiar
style of drummers in general.
"Old party in front seems pret
t y comfortable, don't he ?" saidl he.
"Yes, sir, he seems to be enjoy
"iMakes himself at home ; lon't
he? These old guys take a parlor
coach for a regular dressing-room.
Just look at the style of those coun
try socks, will you?"
"'They look comfortable, though,"
said the lady.
"Yes, they do ; but just look at
the style of 'em. I'll just bet they
were knit by by hand out in the
",What makes you think so?"
"Oh, they are so dizzy, you
know. Why, I wouldn't (lisgrace
my feet by pttilg themxi into su1h
old hai covers. I'd just like tol
know who the old snoozer is and
who made those socks."
"'Well, sir," said the imiden,
'as you seem so anxious, I'll just
tell you. The gentleman you have
,o politely called an old snoozer is
my father,and 1 knitted those socks
for him myself, and as I know you
would love to get acquainted with I
him, I'll Just wake hi ui) and in-I
!.roduce you. Have you a card !"
But the drummer had flown, and
though the next station consist of
only three h'ouses, a traveling man
and three large trunks got off.
Moral-You can't most alway a
s~ometimes tel' who th~e pretty girl's
father is.--Evansville Argus.
-TIhe following is the order of
the Circuits at the November term,
1884: Eighth Circuit, Tuesday,
November 25, four days ; first Cir
cuit, Tuesday, December .'2, six
days ; second Circuit, Thursday,
December 11, tour days ; third
Circuit, Thursday, D~ecembher 18,
two days ; fourth Circuit, TIuesdlay,
January 13, four days ; sixth Cir
cuit, T~uesdlay, January 20, four
d ays ; seventh Circuit, 'ITuesday,
January 27, four days.
The special (docket will be called
on the following Mondays of the
term, viz: December 1st, 8th,
15th, and January 12th, 19th and
--A healhh journal says that you
ought to take three-quarters of an
hour for your dinner. It would be
well also to add a few vegetables
and a piece of meat.
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIT1oR.,
Cor. Main and Washington Sts.,
GRRNVILLE. S. C.
0 FFER- to the public. on of the
stock of Dirutgs. Medicines, Pants,Oils.
Dye Stutfs. Toilet articles, Patent
inedielnes. the -best brands 44 .8egar
IIind Tobac(o, Notions, etc., etc , to be
fontmil In the State. Also, full line of
-ardeii. Flower and fiel(I
Guia:raiteed fresh ard genuine, and iII
ract. everything usually kept in a first
alass Drug Store. His
SO.DA P UNT
!o in full bhast, nod eI Sllipplied ivith
ery nceiv ible kind of flavoring
Syrups, Cream, etc., anid served ill the
best. style In the City.
P'olite anld attenitive lrkwith a
nif and selet stock of Goods is our
Inl'v g In c(((leent4 for patrons
Wil I nIeI too Greenville (ol't
rail to call oi 111e, :110 1 gliuaralitee sat.
kifactin. My stdiek is too large to un
ilertake to emuilnIerate all :he artieles.
I". A. WV A LTE H.
Mav 23 I f
FOR THE NEXT FORTY DAYS
ROIANSON & WYATrl
Will sell at the LOWEST ltigaIres.
the remainder' of their Fail
and Winter stock of goods,
Ha rd wa re. Gr(ceries,
*iand Grocers DIrigs, il no1tdr to na:4ki
room01 for their
Wve keep coinstaitly on1 hi11(d a full
ling.e of elice G rOCeries. Tob aco, Ae.
(ive 11s a vall and we m ill be sril
to sell to yon if low prices ar delsir-i
,bm 18 -12mn
EASLEY, S. C.
COME ONE, COME ALL.
A ND Ifurnoish your H-ouises in) elegui
. syleforthe Summi~er with ai ne
Line' of Iedte~adl. Matt re.<ses..n
&c, &c. , A general asortmentI
(of Ilandscape 'chromnos in 22x30 in.l
framues, chor'd. &c,, aill readyi forim ig.
ing onl thet walls. Als' , on Iai nI',7iine
-,ize phlotograph framnes. alil in artistic
st yle. Alwa~ys ont hand a11: full line ol
UNDERT'AKERu'S SU PPLIIES.
(asket~s and( coflinr, idI sizes~. itud: gye~s,
1Burial Robes for each? sex. all qpalitli
andl pices. Ready at all hoursto wall
upon1 en~stomrers. Coffinus t rhnnied it
uiig style, and wheni so~ desired, will bh
trinunmed anid shipped to any po(it o!
Ridlroad free of etra charge.
TIhankiung yfol for. past favors, au(
solleihig your further Pattrofna gth Ian
A. M. IHNTe.
66 week at; honie. *V.00 out
tit free.Pay absolutely sure.
No risk. Cnpital n~ot required. Reader
if you want binIess at wiciih pmson:0
of either sex, y oln"' 01r old, can malak<
graut pay aill th e t inm- t hr'y work, wit]
absoluIte ce rtaintyE. wito~ for partienlau'
to i. IIAr~tMPTi. & Ci.o., Portland, Me
mny 2:i ly
AvV'A' [/XC E.ANEN.
For omnty Commor.
A -At thi solieitation of my friends,
I respectfully announce nyself as a
eandidate for County C ommissloner of
Pickens Conty, sublect to the action
of the next democratic primary elec
tion.-may 1N WARREN BoyD.
00, The man y friends of Mr. J. J.
HE KI.)p e (tifulr ann1n6 e hi14nate
as a candidatexo- Oonutty Commisslon.
er -of Pickets County, subject to the
next deThoe1ato prIhary cleotio:,.
may 16 td.
Uagg The many friend of John N.
Barr re4pectfhtlly amotmee his rame
as a.qatdidate for Outnty Commission
er tor Pickets County. subject to the
iction of the democratie primiry elec
tonl. may 9 td IEASLEY.
Air The many friends of Elias Day
res)pCrfni.ty tann:onelke his nalme-l as a
cakt(Iidh e for County Comm6issiner
for Pickeis Coity, sibject to the ac
tioti of the nlext (em1ocratic. primary
election. tuay 9 td*
jlir The imay frietnds( of A. It.
Talley respectfilly animnone hima as a
-aidid ate for the office of Cointv Com
missiner for riekenis couity, subject
to the action of the next primary vee
tdoll. ar11 td*
For County Treasurer.
A&"" Tl'he iany friemils of W. B.
Allgood rerpectfuIll y ann touncte him as
a carnditdate for the ofllee of County
'TIreasutrer of Pickens! t';ounity, ,lisbjeet
to reconieIdation by the Democratic
party in thm inext prinaury electionI.
apr 11 td
0%.The man-'ly frienids 4f P. 1).
Olk RCTN respetA futll y an n1onniee his
name as a cft (didat.ue for Treas.ulrer of
Pickens couity. at the ensnting lee
tion, sl'lject to thle actionl of OILhe Dem-1.
qwratic party%. apr 4 td
'I'l. T h l nv frienis of J. WIL
LIAM MAJOR respectfille bring for
wa'd his nam~e :a a unidlate for re
COmmenftilldaition to the oie1( of Cponoriv
'reasurer of Pickens county suibeet
to the democratic primary eliectionl.
g.'I1lh friends of J. TYLER HILL
r4-spectfuilly annuuounhce1 hin as a canldi
date for reconnnendatiot hv the Dem
oeratic part.y at the next plimnary elee
tiont. for the a ppoint meit Is 'reasinr'eI
of Pickens County. feb 22-td*
w .The friem ls of JAS K. KIRK.
-SEY rqeetfullly annilounce h1im as a
(landiate for reco nenda)(1tI ionl, by he
election, for apiti nentttutt. as Treatsuret
of P.iekensa ecountty. febt 22-td4
For School Commissioner.
T"'Jhe rmany friends of Rev,
(L, W. SInmgletonm respect fully presentl
his natnie to thIe voters of. Picken CI4(onn
ty aLs a (candidate for the office of School
Comniussiouner, sIujc(t~ to the action ol
2the Democratic party ini the next Pri
maryt3 electioni. 'my 23 td
&2L. T1he frieaple of (Capt. R. L.
Lewa8 re'spectittily- annuounie himi as ai
candidate for the ht1lee (bf School Comn
umissihonerm of Picketns county at the
next el'ctioni.. subijec~t to the action ol
t1he Demttocrt'ic party in tihe pimarlty
eetiont. a pr 18--td*
g., The imany friends of LABAN
MAIJIDIN think him *.he mant for thec
[ftico, amod aiunauume his name ans
cand(idate foi- Behool Com misIoner ol
Picken~s cotouty, suhject t O the Primfar3
#.The tner~ousM frietnds of 0. IL
naeas a candidlate for re,-election t<
0otfilee of $chool Commilssiouner o:
Pickens coun ty, subject to Primnarj
election. .fe b 8-4d
I For Pr'obatel JUadge.
gg,. ThIe maiy friends of ,J. II
. NIA1 TON respctfuly bring him for
wnard a' atandIdat(e for re-telcion t<
the office of Probate Judge for Pick.
ens county, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary election. apr4td*
For County Auditor,
Sir The many friends of Major
D. GRICE respectfully announce him
as a candidate for ieommendation by
the democratic party at the ensueing.
primary election to t'he appointment of
Auditor. Maj. GrIce has ever been a
worklng Democrat; always to the froi.
In time of need; is in every way compe
tent; and has never asked an office of
his people. apr. 11 td.
. The many friends of J. B.
CLYDE respectfully present his name
to the voters of Plekens county at Prl
inary election, for the re-appointment
of County Auditor. feb 8- td
aft The many friends of J. J.
LEWIS respectfully annouitce him as
a canididatte for re-election to the oice
of Clerk of Court for Plekens comoty.
at the next election, subject to a noin
itiation by the Denocratic party.
apr 4 td*
0@r The many frienids of Maj. J. M.
STEWART, feeling that lie will be the
right mani iii the right. place, respect
fully prement hl? isname to the voters of
Pickens coutity as a candidate for the
offlee of Clerk of Court, subject to the
actionl of the Democratic prillary elec.
tionl. Mar Zk<-td*
For House Representatives.
r We, the many friends of J. V.
Alexanider, take pleasure inl presenting
his ime to the voters of Pickens
County as a candidate for Representi
wIVe i) t.he State Legislature. slbJect 1.1
t he action of the prigmiry eleettion.
'T'le iaie of Nr. Alexander is too
vell kilow-n to the people of (Ircoull
ty to need comment, having onee serv
ed its ill t he St ate I gislature with
honor to hiiself and conastitueicy.
may 9 t.d FiRIII:NDs.
RrW J. E. Boggs is respectfully anl
n01nn1(ed its a t e.il(idlt( forl re-electioni
to 1 h1' Ilse of Represenitatives, sub
jeet. to the rules of tile detmocratic
pinlmty. may 2 td
iirThie muany :rieiidsof ANDIREW
I. Hamilton respectfully bring for
ward his naimei as a cat)(i(tte for the
oflice of Coroner of Pickeis coity.
s1bject to a Ioiiihmtionl by the Demo
eratic party- in the lext. primary elect
ion. apr 4 td
Egg.IThe many friends of Joab
Man 1d11n resp~ctfulyi3~annitoun ce him as
a candidate for re-electioni to the oflice
of Sher'ii of Pickens~ County, at the
next election. subject to tnomination) by
the dlemocratic pamrty. may 2 td
sidir TIhe many' ft jends of Henry J.
Lewis respectfully announce his nam ie
as a candidat~e for the offiee of Sheriff
of Pickens~ County. subject. to the necxt
primiary election of t hie Democratic
g~ 'I'ho mrany friends of W. N.
PA YNE respectfully announce himn as
ha candidlate for the office of Sheriff of
Pickens county, at the next eleotion,
subject to a nomnit tion by the D~emo
cratic party. apr 4 td*
Ig2. The many friends of JAMES
L~. AMBLER respectfully present his
niame to tL1 voters of Pickenms county
as5 aL canidda~te for the office of Sheifif,
subject t19A tationi of the DemIlocratic
party in the~ next primary election.
apr 4 tdl*
ag The many friends oIf EAR.4E
P. TA V LORL respect fully bring forward
his name as5 a candidlatel for the office
of Sheriff for Pickens county, subject
to the action of the D~emocratic party
in the next p~rimnary elec.~ti. apr 4 td*
gg .iThe manyi3 friends of H. A.
RICliEY feeling thatt he wouIld fill the
office satisfactottly, annioun~e hinm as a
canididaite. fom ShmeriIV of plickenis c oun:
ty, sub1je3ct to the primary eilection.,