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HOW TO KISS.
CIeami1 and peaches once a week,
Kiss your girl on the right-hatid check;
Apples grevt aid a pples dried,
Kiss her on the other side.
'TI'lit evinices wrethcd taste;
TFake 3Otr girl about the waiste,
Lift herto her pink toe-tips,
And print it sqirely on her lips.
Seize the a1neu1C-int your armitls
illushing with lieu tem plitig charms;
And it would, we think, be snugger,
Oft to kiss and tightly hug her.
[Paris Cit izon.
Take your girl in warm embrace
Heart to heart, and face to face
Eye to y', and n1oe to nose;
Flipity flop. and away it goes.
What's the use of all this iniuie?
Tike y;tr girl at any time;
4 eeze her till the flushs come,
8htit your eVes, and-yun-yinn-.yun
[Clyriithi -At Work.
W~ii ftitaybli far' the~ best.
'T'o 8e4t th6 :seises in a whirl
Just give your own dear girl a rest,
And kiss somoe other-fllow's girl,
ils is wrong; we do protest,
The girl she needs no rest,
Kiss once, and kiss agnin, -
Kiss often. or she will complinrii1.
[Randolph Macon Monthly.
To Itxs a )etter way is this:
Writi hea inclined to prevent Cllisio),
Wtth arils eitwined to proinote preci
Just go ahead, and kiss, kiss, kiss.
We say the hest of rules s this
A pretty gir! you1 a lwayskis
Be she the "inash" of any tuan,
Be wise and kiss wh lCen e'er you can.
'Tiake the plan of Billie Ginndy.
And kiss youi gi-l al1 day Sulay;
Anud then if you p0ssess the cheek,
Why kiss her. often throgh the week.
T'ihey all have t old uA how to kiss,
1ut our idea is snly) j1ll' this:
Kiss all the imnaids of righ1t dygn.
From fifteen years to thirty-three,
And'all the wives of other Iten;
IIt short-kiss everything you "keln,
It wv bile Vol kiss and mainly hug,
Be careful or, you'l 11gta"lag."'
[Gainesville Sout brion.
H10 owIot It Is.
'My ! how hot it is!' exclaimed a
fleshy lady as, entering the ear,
her eyes fefl upon the stove. 'What
an idea! .A fire~sucli a day a.s this.
What .in the world are you~ think
ing of?' And she shoves up: the.
whitdbw and fans herself like' all
An elerly gentlemian 'next en
ters. He sits down to read his
newspaper, first glancing at the
way." A&s his 'eye& tifoved arunld
from theboybu/NirioW~ 't" hia pa
perI, they fell upon01 the stove.
'Great $catt1i6 mabiulttere D1ol
they wait to riqaat a followy aliv~e?'
And j goges W4i'winuan.
ly, looks at the stove and then
(Ties, 'How hot it dayV 'What an
awful fire they've got!' 'Isn't it
opean Ae..Yenigtors, while. an
as that official makes his appear
ance, and. a dozen forefingers point
to the stove.
The conductor logks at the cause
of all commotion, itszmiua windows
glowing like a Ournace seven times
hotter than hot was woit to be.
le takes off his hat and mops his
brow. Then he takes a.long poker,
and standing as f'ar away as possi
ble, throws open the door. He
falls back to avoid the heAt, then
steps forward, looks into the cyk
iider, and remarks, with a la ugh;
'Sld again. That boy's gone and
painted them winders red.!'
Instantly the doors are close4
every window comes (own with a
bang, and a little man in the end
seat ask sthe conductor if he won't
please shut the ventilators.
T11 E JUDGE HAs BEEN A BoY.
Ne.w York World: 'I vant a ber,
mit to kill Schneider's tog,' said a
German wowan at the Toombs yes
'Did the dog bite you!' asked
'No, he vos pite.my pog Fritz,
who vos playing in the yard, mid
de tog ehaso him out tipd pit de
seat from de poys bants.'
'Then there i no danger of hy
drophobia,' said the Judge.
'Put he pehaves so funny since,'
continued the anxious mother. 'He
can't peur the sight of vater, und
he von't drink ioding else put so
da vater, root peer uind such dings,
iand ice-crean nud (cake he eats all
I know lot- of littl b ors that
would try to becomew insane if they
knew that thoy would be fed oi
ice-creaim, 'cake and so !a Water.'
said the Judge smilingly.
'Mayp ven I get a doctor,' said
'Now don't d) that,' said the
Judge, interru pting. ;'Ie only
medicine he needs is tal.-in him
across your kn'e ani 'giv ing a
strapping weherer he wont do as
hie is told.'
'Vos you sure he vas not grazy ?'
anxiously inquired the mother.
'I am positive he is~ playing you
for all youm are wor'th~.
'Oh, Friz Fritz. Tait" till I
come heme,' said the woman as
she made a bec line 1for the dloor.
--A7good wife is IHeaven's last,
best gift to man, an angel of mnercy,.
minister of graer. unniiumerable,
his gem.of mnany virtues, h is casket
of jewels, her voiLee~hie sweetest mu
sio,. herasmiles Is brigh~test das
her kiss the guardian of innocence,.
her' arms the ;place cotchis. safety,.
the balm~ of,.bhis lhealth;,. the balsam
of! his life, -bet iidtu.stry his sui'est
wealth,bher economny his sa fest stow
ard,hler..iips his faiful counse~lor,
adyOCgtgf I enLn sbles o
be (lyoun on),an. ae oss the
ways' sard;Jones to his wife.
'She is indeed,' the lady aiscent
.~ 'I wonder if' theg~entlemnan-wyom
'I thinrk lIds intti )ig Erblied
Mrs. Jones. 'I .nlotidefr h e didn't
li ft h'ig h'~ WfifeIe.1 :.
T/ote for wvh
But when in need of Pure OLD 1W
key, PRACH or APPLE and FRE
GER BEER, PORTER, &C., Vone,
gM"* Orders from abroad pr<
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o intmen t
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As BEEN IN USE A GREAT
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move CORNS and BUNIONS,
(re~ 01LD SORES.
PILES, RING anl
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a lalSuch (li'sease.-,
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Sore Backs and
GALLS, SCRATCHES, and in
fact, almost any accident that may
befall you or your Hor.e, Can1 be
by the use of this 'OINTMENT.
Give it a fair trial, and you will
be convinced that it will (10 all we
claimn for it. For sale. by
Dr. J. W. Quillian,
FOR THlE NEXT FORTY D)AYS
~ROIBINSON & WYATT
E ASLEY, S. (C.
Will sell at the LOWESTI 1iigures,
the tremnainder of their Fall
anid Wintei- stock of oods
consisting of ,d,
mi d rocers Drurtgs, in orle'r to mak
S PR 1NG ST'O6 K.
Wer keep) 'on)stautly .on hmal a full
line iof ch1oice Groeries. TLobacco, &.'.
den~:a e(luld we w111 he smi e
*Gre~nville, E8. C.'
waces lo ., epI
2 1 ~ 1
NVILLES O '
CE and MOUNTAIN CORN Whis
NCH1 BrandiesWI , ALEF", L A
or send your Or ers to ,
Greenville, S. C.
mptly filled, and solicited.
the City. . aug 15
jrofes k alirds.
M. F'., ANE4j. IJ..IK NEWON
rcenville, S. C. ~ 'Pikens S. C.
ANSEL & NEWTON,
Attorneys at Law,
PICKENS C. H., S. C.
C~. E. ROBiNSON,
J. T NI - J.J.- NIX.
GrI-eenville..i. C.. Uamilpto-01O'.C.
Nix, Robinson & Nix,
Attorneys and Counsellora at Law.
PICKENS C. LI.; S. C.
Vill practici1' in a l the Colits of t lhe
State, anld of the United State.
All business shall receive prompt
a tt ent ion.
N.rl~kAyr,)Ii. .1 AM I. E 1S . (CA RA.
TAYLOR & CARY,
.A t t r ny a t .Aa v r .,
PICK1FNS. C. 11., 8. C.
ADAM C. WELBORIN,
ATORNE Y AND
C0 itons ell o r a't LA t
G mE-N VIJLE; S. C.
Iractwices in tMe State and
U,. 8. Chourts.
Oflice i-& Clevelanl 1 och, over s:uc
Weil' .Clothinli 'oe
BLYTHE & MAYFIELD,
COUNSELLORS 'AT LAW,
011E ENvILrLE, 8. C.
Trcties in? the State .awu
P~roinpt attention to aill -)basiIuess.
Office in1 Lw R-uige.
C. P. RU'NTQN,
Easley, S. C.,
,i14 reeive~l. WhfiI(shopOpiiig Inn a
leyi timi't fail to call oil hlth, anii h
\will sel you at priods to saht t lhe ci om.~
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