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[For the Messenger.]
Seek In Time.
'Tis sweet to look on love's young
There .charmed by the runniag of the
'. geap; ~
Ayiknig ayamtoo sweetly spent
Totn of t0'st and then ;epent.
You a i'I Wert young togther;
Perhaps we sought-0, never.
The day has come-we must part,
It came in with a sudden dart,
And still we nevet aought
'Twas too lht"10 thos6 who never
Yonng friend, I tell thee, fight in time,
And then arise with thy inight divine.
He Knows It Too.
My heart is sad,
And he knows it too;
Oh! it's too bad,
My heart is pierced through,
And he knows it too.
I sometimes wonder if he caes?
Oh! no, I dare say he does not,
And on day by day it wears
Perhaps sonie lay lie vill-t hen
Time Will Tell.
Time will tell when i e meet again
No more sorrow shall e'er remain;
Nothing but happiness then forever,
When we sh:ill glide o'er life's hills to
Greenville, S. C.
[For the Messenger.]
Holly Springs Singing Choir.
MR. EDITOR. I had the pleasure of
vi,iting the Singing Choir at Holly
Spriigs school house on Sunday the
7th instant, in company with a iiumber
of young people. The house rang with
sweet music, whilp they were engaged
in singing. 'he .ervices lsted for one
h-tr and a half, and adjourned at 124
o'clock. Some of 12 Miles fairest
young men and ladies took a flying
trip to the mounitains in the afternioonm.
returning to their hnes about four
o'clock i1 the morning'~. May their
visits be often, but shorter. Boys,
"Take the plan of Billy Grtindv;
Kiss your girl tll day Sunday,
And then it yot possess the cheek.
Why kiss her ofteni through the
With rosy cheeks anid sparkling eyes.
Oh! may you to your sad surprise
Print this in your hearts so dear
Think of me when far or near.
UJNCLE N IRD.
A CRY FOR hELP ANSWERgED-We
call attention of otur reade.is to the ad
vertisement of Golden Specific Co.,
which appears in) another' column. Th'ie
imuportance of this wonderful dliscove
ry becomes appar'ent when you are as
sured that the Specifie is Like onl~y
known positive remedy for the cure as
welhl as prevention of the liquor habit.
It never fails. So certaini as adminis
tered all desire for stimulants is gone.
Its actionis on the system Is thorough,
while no injurious effects can follow
its administration. It p)ossesses the
merits of being harmliess,yet efficacious.
The Cincininati Evening Post of May
7th, sayy: "Thie Golden Specific Co. is
doing more to promote temperance
than all the prohibitory laws oni our
I2OVE FatOM THE SEcoND) ST'ORY.
-The particulars of an interesting
love escapade near Gloucester C.
IT., Va., is given in a reecut Balti
more dispatch as follows: Thke
participants were Clarence Jenkins,
aged 3~0 years, and Miss ~Jessie
Blake, aged 17, dlaughterof~ p ros
perous #nd highly respected far
mer, residing near Gloucester.
The couple have known each other
many years, and their friendship
gradually repined into love. Ow
ing to his daughter's lover being a
poor man, the father of Miss Blake
objected to the intimacy, and a
few weeks ago told Jenkins not to
come to the house. The lovers
met clandestinely. Finally arrang
ments were made for an elopement.
On Wednesday night, soon after
midnight, Jenkins entered the yard
of the Blake dwelling, placed a lad
der against the house ascended to
the portico in f ront of Miss Blake's
window. The young lady, atten
ded by her elder sister, was in wai
ting. While-the bride-elect was in
the act of decending upon the lad
der, it fell out of position, and she
narrowly escaped injury. Jenkins
was compelled to reach the ground
by a rope made of the bed clothing.
The lovers went to the river land
ing, wherc a rowboat was in wait
ing. They then went to Yorktown,
where they took the train for New
port News, thence to North Caroli
Ia, where the marria(ge was solem -
nized. The newly married couple
returned and were forgiven by
ABo3T Dnr WELLS--The mat
ter of dry wells is beginning to as
sume a serious aspect for the citi
zens of Columbia. Many people
complaim that their wells of water
are'being polluted by the foul gass
Os from dry wells passing through
the earth's water veins; and it
should be a subject for the city au
thorities to determine whether the
questionable "luxury" of dry wells
For a few should be allowed to po
lute the3 pure and cool well water
of the many.
The city of Veniphis. Tenn.,
was for several years devastated
by the scourge of yellow fever
which the doctors held was impor
ted; but many citizens thought the
cause local ; and taking matters in
to their own hands, they ordereJ
an inlvestigation1 of the number of
d1ry wells in that city, and to) their
astonishmzent, they tfound the city
thoroughly honeycombed wit h
sinks of pollution. rThey forthwith
ordered a war on dry wells, and
the result was they were all filled
upl); and since that time Moemphis
has been free fr'om epidemhies.
Towni Lot For Sale.
I1will sell my bouse and lot, ini Ean
ley,On which BI. D. Oreen now lives,
contabning one aci'e, ad~ioIning lot of
W. IH. Greeni and land of W M. Ha
good & Co., near the site of t he depot
of t he C. C. G. & U. R. h. I will sell
the whole or djivide I he lot andl sellI
either portion. For partieunars and
terms, A ddress Mr s. N. A . OfEEN, at
Greenville, S. C. sept 5 41
Boot & ANhoe .Make,,
Over Wash. IlowellI's Beet Marke t,
Main Rf., G R M.NVIL , S. C.
IF youat to ave mfoney~ catll oun
JOS. WVES'TO(N and1( have ronrU
Boots andi Sh~oes made to Order. :mui
guaranteedl perfect fits.
Retpaliig both neailly. (1heapir andI(
& QRY L9J,'.HE
DR. HAINES' G01
A POSITIVE AND R
To the Wives, Mothers, awtd S.
It lies in your Own hantig to siave the husba
drunkenneqAs. The - NGas',beffie ean he'
pAtient. By 044yt pacm i$ defr .
esessee 965 vatbedetecd ia r by
TAKING A DRINK OF LIQUOR I
Drunk enness is a dtea8s, nit a weak nes
must be cititivateil ; but wben the appetite is o1
aflictiot1 for which mnedicinp is adni nistered.
a fanitshed Wolf with aI Irilliun rnouths gxiawi
Pledges, temperance lecturis, " dreadful exam I
one rnaiit ii a thuizsand csi Withstand the bat
cauIe he Ix phlysically weak. He could as ear
with a bUaiquetat Lis hand, as to deny bli buniA
HE SPECIFIC AND LIQUOR CAN NO;
-t would be ainushig, were It not pitif.l, to
give without his knowle-'dge. At fit out of I
D". he pours out him dIriitk. le swalowti it
ite ~Ii to him lips, geta its4 odor in hiis zsat
re r tha(lit " onicIu%, I a1i rnot wbl8ky hil
phy steal I rust rat ion, I, '- jilt, J.11n3," 114).1; ,.gie
ard Liaii ti.t c bi who tiever kI ti the taste u
Can you af-ord to ne Iect this lnuims of saving,
that voil love and ('lstr tu save tie errin i
complish such a result. ) iaxtenl of sitting iii.lit
not couie ; inisteal ol iat tizg one iota of trust i
COME TO THE REM
You can adnitnimter this remedy quietly, C
It toefe# frsils, and t'he cure is Rapid, Pusit;
lin hundreds of cases where Dr. 1Iainesi hois
tiae'e Isever his. becsa a fae-e,. Ine f ieel
wives and children, every imstmatet of huaunit
this greitteskt of all belieficial discovteris. It in
plish auch a works, while pt, placing tho reined
la prepiared In powetered f'orin ali put it ihi p
Especial care Oi Laken tat the conat,-nALt .'&s) ca
as there are many wi'> are oenhitive on tla hi po
frustrate the plans for its4 adminlistration. u
packages will cure the most otmirate .ase. 't
reflstaded. PIACEVs : Olt I'acksam - by M
One Ordier. .3.00. Semni Mounev by lew,-ito
Order. Address such and make AL', payable es
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO
We do not praAe in palhlt.: parint th nainmesi i thoit wh
The foiowing are c.a.Lraitta, 0-: urighinal ltter< , , iti t.iutau :
Is reton, Iurea.-)thr sua is *aved I th.was h.L to a,.
</leveland, Ohio.-My husbariiti i., atrei, wuid he I .- it,
Not -once did Io ausct th Mei -ti - ,3 .i is iil'c;u , 1e 4,hu
patronize 10 a41,ins.
Boonrit -, Ii . - For firteen yeare , h - ' I.y:aet iain.t- -
blessed renm4y isi wo.rked % no::.,l :i I,:, rus, I tIA i
drink again - that h. euuld .1,.t .( !j -. n i- t 14.
Carthage llp . - l n t a -t t.1m . My 01r, An-v it its
t. medicin-i to ' o I I enmhim i rvr-: in. I sutt-#-,t n &m irt, a
oeei us. We ar Oth halppiest lawuaty ti ti . s4ace.
New Store ! New Goods!
W. H. BRYANT & 00,
Iksley, S. C. 1st doo0 "r. of P. 0.,
AND BUY YOUR
Bacon, Larud, Fisi, Salt, Flour
Meal, Pearl Grits, Rice, Sugar, Cof
fee, Syrup, Molasses, Starch, ('an
dles, Cheese, Crackers, Oranges
Candies, Canned goods, Tobacco,
Cigaris, Pepper, Spices, Ginige r,
Flavoring Extracts, Indigo, Mad
decr, Borax, Alutn, Salts, and all
kinds of Staple anid Fatncy Grocer
"i Garhart's L4illin"
All at "Rock Bottom" prices, for
Cash or Barter.
Very respect fully,
W. IH. BRYANT & CO0.
In all its branches, done by
2Easey, S. (2.
Give hhn a caill antl s:ttisfactin wi]
be given, both ais to work anid ebairge.
No 1'atenit No Pay.
Otaiedt for Mfechai cali Devies, Coin
A lliliina~try exarninations as to
paitetabzlility oif inIvetions0, Free . Our*
.'Gule for Obtajiig P.atenits,"'l i snt
fre,. every where. Address.
-JLOU[S R AGG ER 4(Q.)
S(oJiitors of Patent,
Mary 3fl tf Washiintirm n).~
A0ICAL CURE FOR
tetrs of Drinkin g Men:
nd, n.on, or brother from the awful diseme of
statimiaintteret withot . the knowledgn of the
F. or n i&articten of foog o,. dr4k, g t
tqwtt, or impmest, and after a few days
S A PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.
. Primarily the appotito for alcoholi drinks
ice formed, it hi is much a 41ie- sei as iny other
Every nerve, tissue and pore of t he body i% bpt
Ifa1*11bon the s.-tem aid crakv ing for alcoh1ol.
's, praye'ra, r'ol'atltans-u1 are fitile.. Not
1e ; not heesanse het has not tit deire, but be
1ly fiostaitin fron eninlg~ food after a famine
ry systeu in its awful craving for liquor.
r EXIST IN THE SYSTEM TOGETHER.
vaitch the man to whtoCm the S'PeCitl" h1 Ieena
mhbit. and o:it realizing that the goo.d work hna
reesf '-.1 refdJotre. The iext attenipt, he rtima
rils, au 4 -ts ih4 glass duwnt * , to-mualiy with the
ary.'' 0-'ron t his Ioent he i ISavd. NO
1 ii appear - Ie inn ls Ini, muorn a drmnik
r lIquor. The (-ure n Per.-aesseeest.
t'he l'.asband, son, or trrth r ? A < eornr!n as
ni-. ->t ('ertla i do .- 9>1'''r you t i i wic*- i. it) ite
I ..-i ly at h.m pIrayIngc for thi, help thal due
i a., 5yteti wt pledges or reotrit,
ary, and withou'; the patient's 'cnow!artgm.
e .nfli P'ermane'nL.
adtiniiterest the rem-nedy i hi 11 ' p rac t ice,
s t rhat w rtchedw-i, blight .d hon .t' ibt-tr1.ng
$'hian 'm0l t1ut thi wittest publi city begiven
U-n .. at pic wh .11 #1101 enat d .0 11 ' ae -m
y beyouti th reach o any oa.. TheiA Speciflt
ack i r mitihing, tir abppin I ..,y exipres.
L be I v. ged to -iy ).it t o. party addlresseqai
jat ; esd.-3, Is et na tiani:rre be kntowna nuagit
e spac age w i.1 cure asny ordmAary cs Twi
ad, ie positiedefy 0uerit-Ezeatee. fitr mone
ln I - p.- pa i,. q0.4fiD. 'At 41 Paagemra I
-red L.ettr, 1sLpr , Uis t .i - oi
,185 Ra1ce Street, Cincinnat!, 0.
o'4 e periecelt porulti .-m s-- writ. ui grxiatal ettera.
I 1 0thrs,. t1P. : til 'ale IIu ojr omte,
t Lo~I! 0 Acvi en:. -.very wurd 4f y ar a Iver1 bem-itit
t kit .w it -sause. H- thinks It h? hi provA himiwt a hero.
. d al iL. 1ir naw n1 tUiers wt j "hyi 6- mhAny welaa rools
,ttr 15',enx a rse. H ! wio i t fi ro'%.rm it & d'? . Your
tin, p.ei4terday what I had d'> ' anti haI satys he will n.ver
Ill- i 1n my cofee twithit my kitn-,w 'tdge. whil-1 I harl or.tere i
cu hn :o pareWd Ui s e: aec my 'ure, you lhoind I,.e
DO YOU KNOW
LORILLARD 'S CL1MAX
with Red Tin rg; Rose Leaf Fine
Cut ('Che wing; INavy Clippings, ind
Back, Brown and yellow SNUFFS atre1
the best and cheapest, quality consid
tred. ang8 ly
Second Session fori 1884,
will begin September 1st,
and continue Four School
Primary Depimint, per mnouth, $1.54~
Intermediate " " 2.00
Academic 4" 3.00~
Select Course " " 25
incidental Fee, per Sessiea, 6
Board in Private familieq, per
Month,......................... . 0
M*!P For particu larsi', add(1ress
C. W.' MOORE, PincipalI.
Aug 29, 1884, ihn.yS.C
Lime! LimnM' Lime!
CAN BIE DOUGHTi OF
Easley, S. C.,
Either in Car Load Lots or'
by the single barrell at very