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Theye e i g a o s
Thiey s.hinie amnih thiii <dows aml
light s.of hoie.
A far the wn lerer sees them glow,
Now nlighit is uear;
(hyVild hiath with r.M ince
weet lights of home.
Ye lone-stars that forev'er dhaw
The1 weary hea-rt,
In st-aiger' . la1s or Cr'owded mart;
Ohii! light s of hoiei.
Wh-n mv. brief da of life is o'NI
Then ay [se
Shille from e hiela.elilly l')Iic for
D)or light s of home.
A LeMRre to *Imn bya oman
who has Studied Mankind.
If vornen onlyv knew how sweet
an I hely they' are, and how much
they can do with 1 men, they woul(1
pay plore - amknt ion to their person
:al cultivation tha they (10. Why
' a womlan only 2-oe about it ight
she can do anything with a man,
unIi d inake his conflorin to her ide a s
n every part icular. She has tact,
skill talent. beauty, refiniemeit, and
coilbin' he.r intuitioi with her fac
inaindpowrssh'e enn Changre
his politics, rc!orm his rte'1igeou's
ileas, alter the whol cur e of, his
life, and shape hii carecr to si.
herself. But She must 11t be a 'ool.
I can tell you, 1o1' mutst she forget
1or' an instant the aIrt and litnues1s
by which she rules.
Man is at best a bruque. selfish,
inpuls iv v c:ture, fill of cone"'it
:nd4 vagaries, an( anxious to rule
iand t rtl. He has strengthi ando
'wants to use it; he has eraUtive fae
ultie's live to execute. Wit wiat
ever lie is he looks to a wo:ani rn'
pleasu re, andi the one who can
please can rule him and do with
w;'hat she will. A woman is younoi
until she is 25, and a man rtain
his youth ten yeairs longer, but af'
t er that there is nothing to live for'
b~ut home. Lifo has lost its zest,
and there is no charm in the toys
and amnusemcnts of yesterday. Y'ou
must admit that a woman marries
for' convenience. She wants a home
pr1otection, . im~uity fromII labor
andl the delight of companionship.
Now, if a man makes this homne, if'
he stands bet wean her' and dlang!er,
if he contributes the best inter'ests
of his life for her maintenance, he
certainly is entitled to his reward.
lie wants his home b~eautified
filled1 with friends and good cheer';
he wants to be pettedl, admired, re
spectedl, en couiraged and loved.
H~e wants to be king, in short.
Oh, yes, you may say petting is
all plonsense, but just let me tell
you that you are -mistaken, and if
tehusband cannot get loving
affection at home 1)e will get it
some place else. Caresses (can be
bought like ever'y other luxury..
A wife must be a sweetheart all
her life, She must never get too old
to be charming. She must culti
vate a sweet temp~er and an affable
manner, and her, only anxiety
must be a dread of ofning he.
husband. Another thing, stucasn
won't work; & is an unpniardortable
offense in the Ioic circle, and, no
matter how pertinent it may be, i
woman1)"1 calunnQt afford even to say
a harsh word to the man she loves.
Beautiful? No woman lie
anythiig else. If she has a Poor
Coilplexion, there a're polderi'l and I
cosmtics that defy detection; she
can have bcautiful. eyelashes and
eyebrows; no matter how pooran 1
cou rse her hair is. it can be remark'
ably well kept and so becomin-ly
arranged as to be admired; the
most irregular teeth can be polish
ed like so 1man1y, pearls, alnd clean
teeth andi a weet bseath are not,
so con1non as to be despised ;
white iands and tpapehing, plish
ed nails will atone for a very ill
shaped hand. V hat if the feet are
large, itf t b 'are well sh, . If th'
figure is poor, it canl be , clean,
so heal thy -!k in and so deli c ate
ly perfumed t hat your presence.will
he wholSOM and rfreshiung:ild
I t ell N. wIu, youIr vlot h es'! m a es t h e
rixf' l I wlt tuat .).'lfllz i,4. to a ladh
or grentilm u. :ned h a.
ur ~eit !~t1a bd Q(l. 'litLi
ment is typical of Imch that is
within. .If -nat'ure has mneagrelv
bestowel her char ins, that j- th'
VQI'V Y01.ll 1iuI), a wOmiI m ~ou~
have reas wl al. f wouli soU-l
Iot shine in mu)lsic, paintingV2 0'
the sciue.cs. she em.1 becCQIIw a
pleIsan1t if not a brilliant talker.
She Can read :n1d o(bs(erve an(1 be
authoritv oil current literature)
and if she will hut 'study the why
and whler-efore of thinos anl thli&
very be4.st poiitis in her fricnd s sle
will make for herself a circle th:t
will be the very envy of ier pret
(mest compeotitor.-Chic Ngo NewS.
----1! Ci~ if v*
--Girliif yo1 do wed m Iurry at
strong man. Just think how 'uica
it will by to have a husband w ho
co is ulp from the celiar with '
wash t ub in each arm amd a piled
upl1 S -u It, I suspendled from his
--Tra veli'ng costumes are made
sunly tailor fashion and in quiet
colors, with the long r'edinigotel
madoe fastidiously piun, buIt lined
wvith some pretty l ight silk.
--A shrewd ciJ)lO TIand man
wa~s engagedl three times to t wo sis
ter's and mfarried1 both of' them in
turin. Thius lie made one mother
in-law answer for both.
-ry andl not biorrow yVour neig'h
bor's p)aper'; subscribe thr it~ vonr
self. Your' neighbor dloesn't like1
to be bothered with you nio matter
how pleasant lhe may seem.
--Among some of the African
tribes brides on their wedding day
have t heir front teeth ext ractedl.
T1he bridegrooms know a thing
or two if they are sav'ages.
--Little boys in Mexico who
obey their teachers in school are
r'ewardedl by being allowed to
smoke while they study.
-Society is a crucible in which
all good melts. Out of' it is drawn1
only one or two plizes-vanity or
-H av'e your Job work ne he.
THE FIR1 OF W. M.
Hag-Uood & Co., is thi-11s day
di .ssol(ved by Mutual conisenit.
All parties inldbted nti re..j
pectfully begged to co1e
forwa Soon as poJ sibl)e
Mid pay thleir Not(,s- anid Ac-1
r'ounits to W\. M. Hagrood
18 1111ey is badlv neCe(d.
WV. M. 11AGOOD,
The un('igedhae 1n
tered into pautnrship for. th
Pu I Ij .1poe of on ( Ic t i Ig th e
Mercnti le business at ET as
ley un1der n1aIme1 an1d style! of
V. M. Ilagood & Co., and
respectflly ask the patron
age of the public.
W. W. ROBINSON.
No Patent No Payr.
ObltainI ed for Mechcala D~evices, Comu
I)Onls15 Designs~ andm Labels.
patenItab)ility of in'ventions, Free.Q Our
"G hide for Obt ai ning Patenmts,"' is sen t
free (everywheore. A (diress,
LO)U[S BAGGER & CO.
May 30o ttf Washington, D). C
Boot & Shoe Maker,
Over. Wash. Ilowell's Beef Mar ket.
Main St., GREENViLLE, S~. (1.
Iyou want to save mfOIoney allon
Boots and Shoes masde to Order.'antd
guiaaiteed perfect fits.
Repairing both nieatiy, cheaiply and
>romnptly' done, for Cah
Dec 21 12m
rnw ~ go
GRP.E ENVILL E S. C
Ik the place to bulyyorSpe:n
Hes'lardware, Gan-den ll s .
We keep Stoves, Crockery inni in..
vare. at hlard timues prices.
h'1:1kinig the public generally for
heir liberalI pat.rolnage inl 1he pa., We
lope by close attention to business to
nlerit a conitinuanciieo of t he same~.
C1ouintry p~roduce( bouight at hi'hs
niarket priec, for Cash.
Remembe)l)r our miotto is~ pliek sail''
iiind shoirt profits. G.~iv'. us a ca.1-.
.Ja ni 25i--Sm l:.leS
EASLEY, S. C.
DOM E OYNE, COM Ei AL L
NI) fuirnishi your I [ouses in eleganl t
. tyle for ihe Sumin~mer with a nile
Lin l1~of BCe dtend~s, Ma:t t r'esses, Hin..
&e ,&. A genleral a ssotc -t
>f Landscape chromnos in~ 22x30 inc~h
raines'~, chiord, &ce.. all read yr for han)".
uig on the walls. Also, on hand, a line
)f cab)inet, priomemi~de, panel and card
jze. ph otograph frames,1 all ini al- ii ntie
4tyle. Alwvays Onl lfhnd a Pull line (of
~asketi anoflOBus, allsizes an si( yles.
luirial R~obes for each sex, all (Jualiti(s
Lild prices. Readly at all hiours' to wait
upon (customers. C'ofli trimmefld in
rimme))d anud shipped to anfy point onI
;aii road free of ext ra charge.
Tiha mk ing you for past favors. andl
01 ICit ing youittr further pttronage I am,
RespIect fullyV youlr,
A. M. ITNTON.