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nY WINSLoW C. COOKE.
Oh, sympathy! thou art the tie
Which, like the sui fromi Cloudy sky,
Sheds glory all arould;
Andl 0sad dreamlls are puit to 11light,
Like guilty slalows of the nlight,
Where itv bright rays are found.
1hen the worbi frown upon our plans,
Ani with dark mood the spirit seans
Thue humllan desctinv,.
If woman's heart is all ourt1 own
Nro thirkiss shall be shared alone,
But there htr smile shall be.
Oh, woipan! thou wert born to blc$ss,
To use the smile cal(1 fond (aress,
With hleart e',er warmIl andl trill
The world voil( be a <lesert diea,
Alnd manl a1 be1tast, or veryi neal
If it were not for vou!
Over a ('o1iu-Lid.
me. A good wife, G( od bless her!"
The words were spokenl in trem
bling acents over a co)ill-lid. The
womanl asleep t'here had ibrne the
heat and burden of lite's long (ay.
and no one had ever heard her
itmurmur; her hand was quick to
TeaCh out in a helpigl grasp to
those who fell by the wayside, -and
her feet were swift on errands ofl!
mUeircy; the hiea rt of herI ulishaind
had truuste(d inl her: he had hlf her
to long hitirs of SolitIde, while he4'
ha1d amulhIsed( himself inl scenes inl
which she had no p-o . We lin
hoon c(m)1mions1 deserted himll.
whien fickle affections selfishly h
partedl, whenl plea-sure pa.lhl, he(.
vent home andot ouluul lhe' wanitin l2
"Comeiv from yoilu'hnlog oi
On1 lifei's sa so bleak :111( 1 r11 h1,
Come to me, teler. :and loving'
A..iu! I slvh 1 lhu' bh 'enough.
T lht.hd beeln her love sonl1'
always on her lip.s or in her heart.
'hihdiren hiadl been hornl to them.
Sh had re1 reed them ahme-tiev
were gone! I Ier hand huld lud tihem
to the uttermost edge of tie morti
ing1 that has n nooll. Thel she
had comfior-ted him. :mol sent lhim.
olit whole healrte(l wvlile sheit stav
ed at home n11d---cried What canl
a1 womnal (h) blt cry?-:tn11d trust 7
Well, she is at rest no0w. But
she ('0ub14 not dlie til b e hadit
promi1isedl to "hearii up,'' not to fret,
but to r'em~iembe how 1ha1py t b ey
had( been. Ther' ? Yes, it is e'ven1
so. For she wa':s blest ini giving,~
and( he ini recei'1vinug.' It was ani
equal par'tnership Paf ter' all!
"She-a agood-wife( to med.
Oh ! man! man! Why niot hav'e
told( her' so, when her ear's wxere not
d1ulled b~y dleathl? Why wait to) say
t hese w(ods over 3('t n coli whereini
lies a wastedi, weary, gr'ay-hiaired(
woman, whlose e'yes have so long0
hieldl that palthetic' story of loss aindl
suff lering' patient yearin g, wieb '1
so) man1y womeni's1 eye r'CSeve'al--to
thiose wvho read3. WAhy niot have
miadle the wvilder'ness in 1herl hearut
b)lossom like the r'ose wit h t he
prodigality of' youri love? Now you i
would glve world.s-were' they
yourLs to give-to see the tear's of
'joy youri wordsi& wold havYe onceQ
('aused, bejewel ing the c'lo';e win
d1ows of her soul. It is too lalte.
We have car'efuil thought for the st 'an
And .Smiles for the Some1(timel gliest -
But oft to our1 owni
The bitter' tone,
Tl.hionrh we love our own t lhe best.
(11 EAP FPOR
HUDGENS & HUDGENS,
Easiey, S. '7.
Ju y 11 ---Si
C. P. RUNION,
I'',asley, S. (
St ill "'The Lead4 ()1 Low 1pI-ices.
julst r-eveivevd. W hileshp ig nFa
ley,lit i to (.all onl him1, am11 he
i'r ;i-:s. Ie it als ti he Agenti for Ite
SEX A F)0WL ( U 4.NO,
A .nunionia :3.11.
4 ive' hijin : I iial ont I he Seat -'owvl
(GUIAN4) anil iniake a ble~t of1 ('otton)i to
C. P. RUNION.
-'e b. 298mu
s. M. S]-TID E3;3,
GrIeenil~le, S. C.,
RF.P'AIING A SPECIALT'IY.
Lime! Lime! Lime!
I-I J. GJIG1%TILLI.A.T,
EI!therl ini (Car I2oad1 lats or
by\' the singole barirell1 :it veryN
The Best of All
O IN T ME N T S.
As BEEN IN USE A GREAT
Imany years. and i fast ganiing
a worlkl-wile reputation. It, will re
move CORNS and 1W N IONS.
Cure OLD SORES,
rt E ~ ~ r R 0 1 , 1 , S O R 1 1 E E Y E S ,
Ift IT IA t A ,X JII ,
and all ATch <ieases.
It, will also enre0 your [lorsec.s and
Sore Backs (nd
GJALLS, SCRATCIIES, and in
fact, almost any accident that inay
befall you or vouir IHorse, cai be
by the use of this OINTM ENT.
Give it a fair trial, and you will
be convinced that it will do all we
claim for it. For sale by
D)r. J. W. Qiulin,'
EASILY, S. (.
july I l.-ly
Marble and Granite
110 NUM E NTS,
VDA -Y 1 Al ,
Greenvwille, S. C.
May 23 ly
No Patenit No P.ay.
)Obtainedt for \1'lchanical D evics' om i
All prelimiiinary exninaiIt ions as to
I 1 Usl~\ U.G ER & ('O.
Soict r of P'atenits.
NI1ty 30 tf Wasinigton, . .
J.Q*. BL ACK,
Main St., Greeniville, 8. C.
3rrd boor .4lbor'e Co//ee St.
('EN UI N E Wmi. lRoi~('rs (.utlery
U... Set of Knuives :unI Forks $3.50.
Generail t aseIIC of(.)olQ bwly
careinl iyisle ,il . BetC. nl
a v spe il y. ~atI a lst figtieures. i
Re~ eiing teh s t :nik1((h jer
JrofesialI f Irds.
M. F. ANSEL. J. H. NEWTON
Greenville, S1. C. Pickens S. C.
ANSEL & NEWTON,
Attorneys at Law,
PICKENS C. H., S. C.
C. E. ROBINSON,
Pickens, S. C.
J. '. NIX, J.J. NIX,
Greenville. S. C. Hampton, S.C.
Nix, Robinson & Nix,
Attorneys and Coisellors at Law.
PICKENS C. II., S. C.
Will practice in all the ('ouirts of the
Shate, a nd( of t he t lited Sta tes.
All business shall receive prompt,
N%'. W. TAYLOR. JAM1E'S P. CARY.
TAYLOR & CARY,
-A.ttorneys at I..a-xr,
PIKENS C. IL., S. C.
ADAM C. WELBORN,
ATTO RNEFjY A NDI
001111sellOPe at Lawv,
(REI1ENV IILLE, S. C.
T/'yw/~ices in the 'c.Sate and
Ofliee iin Cl eve-nhul Bl.ok, over Isaae
A. BLYTIE. WN'. 1). MAYIL>.
ILY ItilE & MAYFIE L)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
(' REE, 'I AN \-I ILE, .1. C.
Tlr/ices I Mhe stae an~d
Ir. 'P.. Courtsv.
I'rompt alention to all business.
)fliun in IALaw Range.
J. A. COOK,
GOODS, &C., &C.,
(ORl1'IL1l', S. C.
Cilli i 111e al( eXauIie tlie
" ExeIior (Cook Stove"
befor'e you b)uy e.lsewl1ere.
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,, shing~ Goods' a/ s/hor/-(rop/
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