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Wanted-A Little -girl.
Where have they gone to -the little
With niatral smianners and natitral
Who love their dollies and like their
A nd talk of something besides the boys?
Little old w'ouie iIn plenty I fn14,
Mature In miminers and old of mind ;
Little old flirts who talk of their 'beais'
And vie with each other in stylish
Little old belles, who, at nine ar-A tenl,
Are sick of pleasure and tired of mien,
Weary of travel, of balls, of fun
And find no new thing under the sin.
once, in the beautiful long ago,
some dear little children I used to k now
Girls who were nerry as lambs at play,
And laughed and rollicked the livelong
They thought not at all of the 'style'
of their clothes, -
'They iiever imagined that boys were
'Other girls brothers' and 'mates' were
Splendid fellows to help them play.
Where lave they gone ? if you see
One of themn,anyw1ere, send 'er to ine.
I would give a nedal of pnrest gold
'To one of those dear little glse of old,
With an innocent heart and an open
Who knows not. the meaning of 'firt
or 'style.' lEila Wheeler.
TjREE TIMES AND Or.-'Julia
'It is me, Judge !'
'This is the third time you have
appeared here within six mouths.'
'It is, sir.'
'I warned you, iJulia.'
'You did, honey.'
'And now it's thirty days for
'I expected it honey. J udges are
like other folks, and must have
their way once in a while. I'm
g*)ing-good bye-I'm gone!'
'Henry Williams, why did you
pound your wife?'
'Kase she sassed me, sah.'
'Ifryou should sass her woual I
she have the right to pound you "'
'All on one Bide you see, Ilhnry.'
'i'm going to give you a vac:t
tion for thirty days.'
'D~oan' want it, sah.'
'But you'll have to take it.'
Henry fell to the floor in what
seemed to be a fit, but when he
heard 'em talk of electricity to
work a cure hie arose to his feet,
howed humbly to the court, and
fel1 back with the remuark :
'Concluded to go, sab. 1 needs
rest an' fresh air, an' I'ze much
-A young man who held a
loaded pistol to his head and
threatened to blow his brains out,
unless the girl who had refused
him would consent to have him,
was coolly told by the y'oung lady
he would have to blow some
brains into his head first. Hie
-A Jersey men was once thrown
one hundred and fifty feet by an
ex press train, when he picked him
self up, looked around for his hat,
and remnarked, "Well if I don't
find that hut, i'll make the compa
ny pay for it'
Otisrembt rJoe MrI ?"
qtiired ;Fi ober at'dAn4r.
"Wh,tIt 014 sCar-faged mon
key that 'd tidang .*utd you
so much?" asked Mrs. Fitz.
"Yes the same men," replied
Fitz, "he has returned to the city
"Th. hateful wretch. ITwish lie,
could have stayed away; he has an
old wart on his jaw that always
made me sick to look at. You say
he's coming back to live?"
"Yes; he went out West, you.
remember, aid has made half- al
million dollars; he has bought tihe
finest mansion in the city, and is-',
'dOh, Fritzy," broke in the lady,
"do bring him with you to tea this
evening; I will be so delighted to
see him again."-Atflanta Consti
WH' I-r MA-r.-"Maud S."
was plainly printed on the front
gate, and the young man observed
it as lie greeted Ethelida and they
assumed their customary La!ances.
"What does it mean. dearest ?"
"I don't know; pa put it there, I
"It means that's a. t wo minutes
and three-quarter teconds gate by
its hinges, young man, and I am
putting on my boots," remarked
Ethelida's pa from an upper win
(low, and Alfred immediately at
tended to a down town engage
-A foot tourist in Eastern Mon
tana found a tinger board marked
' Six miles to Mites Cit.'' lie
traveled eight days and nine nignts
in the direction ind'cated before
he reAched that town and round
that a party of Indians had carried
off the sign and stuck it up where
he saw it.
-All trust is dangerous, if it is
not entire. we ought on most, occa
sions to speak all or conceal all.
AMe have already too much dis
closed our secrets to a man tromn
whom we think any one single cir
cumstance is to be concealed.
--A druggist who has opened a
new store in Oshkosh advertises
Arnica,. sticking-plaster, splints,
bandages and other base ball
-'The Tarboro Southern' Pays:
The corn crop in this and adjoin
ing counties is so good that next'
year knowing ones s.ays three (d01
larsi per barrel will be a big price.
-The best way to silence a
talkative person is never to inter
rupt him. Dont nf the candle
and it will go out of itself.
-Calumny crosses oceans, scales
mountains and traverses deserts
with greater ease than the Scythian
Abaris, and like- him, r'ides upon a
-We should do by our cunning
as we do by our courage-we
should always have It ready to de
fen4.en'selves, never to offend oth
tradley & Barr
GREEN VILLE, S. (.
20 f Bleae for - $1 0
20 yards Shirting for 1100
13 yarda Sheeting for . .1 00
10 yards Cot tonades for - 1 00
16 yards Jeans for - 1 00
12 yarder best Drihing for - 1 00
20 yards good Calico for - 1 00
20 yards Plaid Dress Goods fo 1 00
9 yards Worsted dress gofJdodo 1 00
7 yards bnlk Caishmere for 1 00
7 yards Jlroeadi'd Worsted' for 1 00
12 ynrils White Lawni for - 1 00
16 yards White Pique for - 1 00
20 yards Checked Nainsook for 1 00
10 Linen HandkerehIefs for - 1 00
21 Cotton 4 ter - 1 00
12 pair Half Hose for - - 1 00
12 pair Ladies Hose for - - 1 00
4 yarda Home-anade .Jeuis forn 1 00
8 yards Mess LAinei for - 1 00
12 yai dI betL Checks for - 1 00
Tl!E ESTr 50 cINxis
A G(OD RAENFORICE(D
FOR 60 CENTS.
We make a Specialty of
and can11 Ahow the beszt valuie from 14
cents to $1.25 to be found in Green.
Prompt, and pclite attenfiont to al.
TaI DLEY & BARR.
M-ty 23 6ms.
I. A. COOK,
0- v e__r s
GOODS, AC., AC.,
GREENViLLE, S. C.
Call on mec arnd exam'ne the
" Excelsior Cook Stove "
before you buy elsewhere.
2inware anid .I/use .Fur
nes AIng Goods~ a sAor -crop
W holesale, Cheaper than the
BACOT'S LIVER PILLS.
Tll H1sl to certify th-t I have given
the LI Ykk PL L(M anuac
tnred by Mt~"rs. I). TI. BIACOT & CO.,
G~reenvlie, S. C..) a fair trial, and can
unihesitatinagly say that they are supe
dior to aniy pill I have ever used.
REV. D. WO li~oTT.
Eash-y3, S. C.. July 22, 1884.
The above pills are sold by atl l Drug
r1 uts, and Merchants generally, and
ean also be found at tlie Postoffiee at
Eaehy, S. C., where you can be sup
plied by A. M. Fojger, P. M.
-July 25 3m
GREENVILLE, S. C'.
THE CHEAP CASR
Is tlie place to 1) your Staple awl
Fancy Groecrie., 'Jobco, Segars, Far
mers' Hardware, Garden Seeds, &-e,
We keep Stoves, Crockery and Ti..
wire. at hard times prices.
''h-inking tle piblie genlerally fo:
their liberal patronage in the pat', we
hope by close attention to business to
merit a contiinnance of the same.
Country produce bouaght at ighest~
miarket prIit'e, for cashI.
Remiember oue motto is qdick sales
and( shiort protits. Giv-' ns a ca-.
OWNB EY BROS..
.Jan 25.-8ni Easey . C.
EASLEY, S. C.
COME ONE, COME AL L
ND furnish y'our lionses in elegant
Astyle for the Summer with a nice
Line of Bedsteads, Mattrses, Biu
reaus, Tables, Staunds, Chaihs, Rockers.
&,&. A general assrormen
if Lanudscape chromos in 9#x30 Inch
frames, chord, &c.. all ready for hang
ig on the wvalls. Also, on band, a lhaie
rf cabinlet, promenade, panel and estrd
size photograph frames. all hi artistle
style. Always on hand a full line .of
Caskets and co~hus, a'lisizes und sLve,.
Burial Robes for each sex, aliqualh.ie.s
tud p~rices. Ready at all hours to, whit
L1pon enstomers. Coflhis trimmed in
any style, anid whzen so desired, will be,
rimned and shipped to any point en
Railroadl free of extra charge.
Th-inkinig you for past favors. and)
solleltinug your further pktroie I ami,
A. N. RUION.