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Wanted-A Little Girl.
W here have they gone to -the little
With natural manners and untural
WVho love their dollies and like their
Alnd talk of something besides the boys?
Little old wmomen in plenty I find,
Mature in minners and old of mind;
Little old flirts who talk of their 'beaus'
And vie with each other in stylish
Little old belles, who, at nine ar-A ten,
Are sick of pleasure and tired of men.
Weary of travel, of balls, of fun
And find no new thing under the sun.
qJnce, in the beautiful long ago,
Aome dear little children I used to k now
Girls who were merry as lambs at play,
And laughed and rollicked the livelong
T'hey thought not. at all of the 'style'
of their Clothes,
They never imagined that boys were
'Ot her girls brothers' auid 'mates' were
Splendid fellows to help them play.
Where have they gone ? it you see
One of thei,aniywhere, semi lici' to ie.
I would give a medal of purest gold
'T'o one of those dear little girls of old,
With an innocent. heart and ani open
Who knows not. the meaning of 'flirt'
or 'style.' [Ella Wheeler.
TII1HR ETIMES AND OUT.--'Julia
'It is me, Judge 1'
'This is the third time you have
appeared here within six mouths.'
'It is, sir.'
'I warned you, Julia.'
'You (lid, honey.'
'And now it's thirty days for
'I expected it honey. Judges are
like other folks, and must have
their way once in a while. I'm
go)ing-good bye-I'm gone!'
'-Ienry Williams, why did you
pound Your wife?'
'Kase she sassed me, gah.'
'If you should sass her woal I
she have the right to pound you '
'All 0on one side you see, IHenry.'
'F'm going to give you a ve
tion for thirty (lays.'
'Doan' want it, sah.'
'liut 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 he arose to his' feet,
howed humbly to the court, and(
fell back with the remark:
'Concluded to go, sah. I needs
rest an' fresh air, an' i'ze miuch
--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 young lady
he would have to blow some
brains into his head first, lHe
--A Jersey man was once~ thrown
one hundred and fifty feet by an
ex press train, when he picked him
uielf up, looked around for his hat,
and remarked, "Well if I don't
find that hagt, I'll make the compa
ny nay for it.'
THPE* WAR'T DISAPPICARE--"DO
you remiembier Joe Griee?" e in
quired ;Fitzgoober at dinner..I
"Who, that old scar-faced mon
key that iMed to hang around you
so much?" asked Mrs. Fitz.
"Yes the same men," replied
Fitz, "he has returned to the city
"The hateful wretch. I wish he
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, and has made hair a
million dollars; he has bought thej
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."-Atlanta Consti
WirAT Ir MAN --Malld S."
was plainly printed on the front.
gate, and the young man observed
it as he greetel Ethelida and they
assumed their customary balanees.
t4What does it mneanl. dearest ?"*
"I don't. know; pa put. it t here,
&1t mneans that's at. two innutes.
and three-quarter reconds gate by
its hinges. young man, and I am
putting on my boots," remarked
Ethelida's pa from an ipper win
(low, and Alfred imnediately at
tended to a down town engage
--A foot tourist in Eastern Moum
tana found a tinger boardi marked
Six mniles to Mites City.' lie
travele(l eight days and nine lignts
in the direction ind'cated before
he reached that town and found
that a party of Indians had carried
off the sign and stuck it uP where
lie saw it.
--All trust is (angerous, if it isi
not entire., we ought on most occa
sions to speak all or conceal all.
Me have already too much dis- i
closed our secrets to a man fromn
whom we think any one single cir-1
cumstance is to be conceaJed.
--A druggist who has opened a
new store in Oshkosh adlvertises4
Arnica, sticking-plaster, splints,
bandages and other base ballj
--'The Tarboro Southern' Pays:
The corn crop in this and adjoin
ing counties is so gcood that next
year knowing ones esys three (do1
tars per barrel will be a big price.
--The best way to silence a
talkative person is never to inter
rupt him. D~onot snuff 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, rides upon a
.-We should (do by our eunning1
as we (10 by our courage--we1
should always have it ready to de-.
fent'ourselves, never to offenid oth
Stradley & Barr,
GREEN VILLE, S. C.
!0 yards BIlehin~g for - $1 00
10 yards Shirting for - - 1 00
3 yards iSheeting for - .- 00
10 yards Cot tonades for - 00
6 yards Jeans for -1 00
[2 yards best Drilling for - 1 00
10 yards god Calico for -- 1 o
10 yards Plaid, Dress Goods for 1 00
9 yards Wosted iress good for 1 00
7 yards black Cashmere for 1 00
7 yards Itrocaded Worsted for 1 00
12 yards-, White Lawin for - 1 00
16 yards White Pique for - 1 00
!0 yards Checked Nainsook for 1 0
10 Linen [1andkerchiefA for - 1 00
2I Cottn i tor - 1 00
12 pair flalf Hloe for - - 1 00 i
12 pair Ladies Ilose for - - 1 00
4 yarda Hlome-nade .Jeans fUr 1 00
8 yards 1Miess Linnen for - 1 00
12 3a d. best Checks for - 1 00
Tlw nsTr 50 (icNIS
A G000 RE 1NFOlUCYi
We make a Specialty of
anld (-an1 show thle best value fronm 1.4
Gents to $1.25 tc be fouid in G eien
Prompt and polite a-ttentiont to all.
TAt. DLEY & BARR.
May 23 6is.
J. A. COOK
hOODS, AC., &C.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Cali on me ard examne the
Excelsior Cook Stove "
before you buy elsewhere.
..Zn*,are aned I~ousre Fugr
pjis Aing Goods a s Aor - croj>
W holesate, (Cheaper than the a
BIACOT'S LIVER PILLS.
iIlS ls to ertify theit I have given
tLhe LIVER PILL (Manufac.
'tred by Messirs. I). TI. IIACOT' & CO., C
.*reenvillie, S. C..) a fair trial, and cani F
nhesitatinigly sany that~ they' are supe- a
ilor to any pill I have ever ued(.
Eeash-y,. S. C.. July 22, 1884. t
TIhe above pills are sold by atll Druig
r' uts, and Merchants generally. anldi
~an also be fotund at thie Postoffice at
ayS. C., where you can be sup
Jnly 95i 3r
GrREENVILLE, S. C.
THE CHEAP CASH
OWNBE . BROS,
is the piace to bm. your Staple awd
an icy Groceries, Tobaeco, Segars, Far
er' Hardware, Garden seeds, &c.,
We keep Stoves, Crockery and Ti...
*are. at nurd timese pries.
'lh milknglo the puiblic genlerally fo:
w'ir liberal patronage in the pa.4, w6
Ope by close attentlon to businegg to
)critt a(continutanlce of the same.
Coimtry produ~ce b)oughtL at highIe'',
trket prce for cash1 .
JTan 25.-Sm 1aly .C
EASLEY, S. C.
JOME ONE, COME ALL
4NI) furnish your liouses in elegan t
.. style for the Summer with n niec
,ine of Bedsteads, Mattresses, Bu-.
eaus~, Tables, Stands, Chairs, Rockers.
;c, c A gener'al assoQrtment,
f Landscape chromos in 22x30 inch
'ames, chord, &c.. all ready for hang -
ig on the walls. Also, on haj E, a lIne.
f cabinect, prome'nadle, paniel and card
ze p~hoto~gra1ph frames, all in artistic
~yle. Always onl hand a full line ouf
askets and comlus, alisuzes und sty)ey.
uarlal Robes for each sex, ali qualities
uad p~rices. Ready at all hours to trait
pont customers. Coftns trimmed in
nly style, anid whien so desired, will be~
-humed and shipped to any point on
alliroaid free of extra charge.
TIhunking you for past favors, and
letting your further patronage I ami,