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''he 'orce of imaginati.
Thereis not a city, town o'r ll
lage in the United States, but ha.
hts own ehare of loafers, or hanger:
on about places where lquor;
i.e ispensed; and the case .bold;
. ood-i? a thriving town in the
state qf Maryland. My loafer,
or hanger-on, I will'- style Bol
jBray. He was the bane of John
.y Hemlock's existence, for John
og kept a "corner grocery,'' where
cot only eatables" l'ut drinkable;
were diapensed over the counter.
Bob-had a weakness for the "ar
dent," but labored under'a disease
e the poCket which Hemlock face
tiously ~ styled-"chronic impe
eubsity." He would saunter in
through Johnny's open door, hall
a dozen tihes dirnally, and, 'Iitb
admirable diplom ay; manage tc
abstract a tumbler of old rye from
b randed "pure un.
sdulterated Monongahela," with.
suw attracting the attentionr Yo:
Johnny's othereoatomers, but nin
the-Argus eyes of Johnny himself
-*ite ~atternoon Hemlock con
ecteda pa)table fancy drink, anc
just as he was .about tc place it t(
his lips, a lady customer entered
B.wa coipeledi to forgoth<
pleasvre'of imbibing until she ha<
been 'waited upon. Tho~lady ha(
a number of pnrchases to make
and, in the meantime, sorm.e'-half i
dozen men came into the" store
and -inong them- Bob. 'Bray. HI
soon. exercised. his accustome<
strategy,and found himself, face t<
face, wi.t,Johnny's fancy drink
His ey'sparkled, and without:
thaught he "downed with it," anc
s.acking his lip?, took a seat o
kegof--teppenny :nails,, and .witl
refreshing.coolness, conmenced t<
light his pipe. Johnny had wit
esd- the operation,- and- with
-saental 4w; detercined to havI
un,,ana bt t1e-same timre t<
rid hllf-of his -irsty and'- "im
So soon as his 'eustomer ba<
beei attende'dl to, and her arrm
loaded.with brown paper pareels
Johnny gave a sly wvink to th4
balfs dosen.mer, who were range<
tri all sorts of positions -aboat- th<
store, .and, appeared in no h.urrj
to-be waited upon, and commeneet
dra.wing some old hourbop for
sedy, but paying customer ; , bu
- boa sooner did hbis ey,e fall upon th<
-eppty glass, thart he gave
sarfiaal start,. and, dropping th<
piste measure, exclaimed in a lout
* nd..xited tone~to his errand boy
who had entered at-the baok doo:
in the nick of time;
o5~r Gbd'% sake,'Dick, did yol
drinkthis?" rad he' held up th
"No, sir;- you know - I noe
* ripk," rep.lief th~e.boy in a somc
'whst crusty manner.
*Bob -Brap~pricked up his ears
alrepped.his jatck-knife, -and wit]
~alf-dozen oustomers, surrounde,
~-M'In tKe name of' heaven, Bol
save you-did you drink thisl
and Hemlock glared, wildly.at th
glass and leaned~ against, a molav
ses barrel the imiage-.of despair.
W ja y-.y es. Any.thing. wroni
it?" Bob looked 'green writh ut
deined terrer-e changed -cokc
Trom whit'e to red, from scarlet? I
*sea water, and eneckin-g the ashE
'rrom-ths pipe, loked filori~ Hen
foct tthfatal'glaSs. K
"Wrong !''cried Johnny, "it-we
rank, deadly pison,.I giafd
to kill rats with. 'I was to soa
.geui6 cr'aekers ith it, aiid Seatti
. themn .bout the crevices. a
'"My God, Hemlock what. am
'to6 do'? I-I believ~e I am
eiying I" and Bob made a rush f<
the coal-scuttle, and leaning ov<
It paid the penalty of his temerit;
After some few agonizing thro<
he loeked up with a scared at
woe begone face, and said in a hear
rending voice :
"Do you think I will die ? Id
God I I feel it burning my ve,
heart out ! What was it ?" ar
visions of prussic acid, corrosi'
sublimate, and arsenic - oat4
through his brain.
"Ratsbane, strychnine, and ti
tieadliest of all poisons, salaoraf
acid I" exclaimed Johnny, callir
upon his imagination for a lor
word, pointing with a shakir
hinger to the sediment of sug:
and nutmeg at the bottom of ti
God help me, then," cried Ba
sinking to the floor.
The other bystanders understo<
the joke, and made the most of':
"Run fil thedoctor, " cried on
"Send for a carriage, " said a
"Croten oil is a good antidote
ielaimed a third.
And the long aud sbort 6f it was
that, after some delay, 'daring
which time Bob's fears were
worked up to such a pitch that he
actually had every symptom of be"
ing poisoned, a pbyseian was sum
moned, who of course was en
4ighteied as to the true state of
affairs. and poor Bob was pumped
as dry as a laat year cider barrel..
A earriage was t en sent for, and
the patient conveyed to his home;
and it is a fact that he did not
recover .fromhis sickness for-seve
ral days.-When the story leaked
out, as Johnny took good care. to
have it, it is needless to say that
Bob's rage knew no bounds.. But
he never entered Hemlock's gro;
cery again, much to that gentle
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after. WEDNESDAY. the 12th
instant, -'Pasenger- Trains will run :daily,
Sundag excepted. connecting. with Night
Trains on SouthCarolina and Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroads, as follow-:
Leave Columbia at...............7.00 a. m.
". A son at....,.......-.840
"Newberryvat...........10 10 "
Arrive at A bheville at........3 00 p. m.
at Ander."ot1 at........420
t at Greenville at...........500
Leave Greenville at.......... 545 a. m.
- " And'erson at...........- 6 &
" Ahbhevile at..........8.00
- Newberry at ..........12 35-p. .
Alston at ..........215 "
Arrive at Columbiasat......-....3.45
F Trains on the 81ae Ridge. Riilroad will
also run dai.y Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderscn at..........4 30 p. m:
" Pendleton at............ 5.3 "
Arrive at Walhalla at......... ,..7 30
Leave WalhaIla at . ....3 30 a. m.
Pendleron at..............530 "
Arriv at Anderso at' ......620:"
The train will return from' Wlton ' An,
derson on Movd'y and Frid:uv moroings.
- JAMES 0 ML!REDi.rug,
Aug 17th, 1868.
Spartanburg A Union .R. R.
Our Traint are Tri..weekly - Mopdays,
- Leave Spartanr'urg at... 5 00 o'clock, A. M.
Arrive at Al-itn at .- . 11.3Q * '
Leave Al wx.aim dac)12 30. ". -'. M.
Arrive at Spartanbrg 7.00
South Carolina Railroad.
GE\E:'AL SUPenist EDE T'S OFFICE, -
' Cu a RLESTO'. S. C.. lMarch 28.18t8.
On gtnd after Sunday, Jan.ary 19.-the Paseen
ger Trains ou. the South Carolina Railroad will
run as followe, viz: -
Leave Charle-ton for Columbia...........6.30 A M
Arrive at Kingville ............ -180 P M
Leave KingvilTe ....- 20 P M
Aru * a olumibia................8Wm P Mi.
Lea$ Columbia... ....................--6"'A
Leave lKingvifle..........-----A hi
Arrive at Charleston~..........-....--.8.00. P' h[
1'be Passenger Traia- on. the- Camden , Branch
will connect with Up and D)owin Coln~mbiir Trains,
and Wihnington and Manebester Raiiroad
Trains on Meonday,.Wednesdays ald Satrdays.
N'G~HT EX.PItESS. FRE~IGH1T AND PASO
SENGER A CCOMMOD'ATIO.Z TRAD will run
as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Colmbia...-....5 P hi
SArrivet CottraTbia... ...............6. 5A M
-Leave Columbia.. ...-.......-89 P hi
iArrive at Cherleson .....- ..... A hi
March 21 H. T.FPEAKE, Gen'lSupt.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL WtAO.
- .Aprl28 --868.
THE FOLLOWING FREJIHT TARIF
from Nashville and Chattan oa 'to Colulna
bia will take effect fromn anrd aftr this date:
To Celumbla. 'Nashville. Chafrarlooga.
eats pe.. b...............38- ~21 .
-Corn-per)nusbel.;-.--. 36 ..27 -
Wheatbiye an d barley per
bashel... ..-...1.. . . 4 2 - . .
Porkspd beef per barre1....82 57 -3192'
Fibour.. apples, oniods- and
Spotetoes.per bam1l....159 19
Whtrskey, high'wines ai
iiened,) . 'I. T. PEAKE.
- May7 . General SuperIusegdent.
- ew Schedule..
* . MatteQsC.- H., S. C ,April29, 1848.
OMnd:sfter Tuesday, 12th Majwnext -the
tra2na,on ais ra&'will oeummenee running
te..return on same day; to connect with up
and down tr'aiue ou Greenville d Column
5 A.M, usdas,ihrsd'and fSat
urday't, am4 leaving Helena at 1j P. Mi 1en
same days. 'J. 3. BO WEkS.
M y6 Supt. L. RR.
t"The Christian Neighbrr?"
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externalism. 8. Of Methodism. as holding the
Hed n s nistngwith the essentials lib
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And an ADvJarTXsza of the respectable anid
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Tha question of the censisteney of war with
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And, while the denomnational leature or the
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HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phil., Pa.|
Feb.9 2 2me
he eub-criher having opened a Restaurant
TEX I' DOOR to his Bakery and Confec"
iknery store, in the bui'ding formerly oc
upied by Mr B A. Blea.,e. for the accoms
7odarion of the public, inf.,rms them that
e Is prepared to furnish
,ll the Delicacies of the season
Oysters and Game,
In the most acceptable style.
le will keep constautly on draft
Fresh Lager Beer,
Wines, Ales, &c.
HE is also prepared to furnish
[RANSIE;NT OR BEGULAR
BOARD AND LODGING.
He respectfully asks for a share-of patron
gi'; and promniscs to make his establish
ent a favorite resort.
Jun 15 3 LOUIS SCHODAIE.
Lttend to Your Childre n% Teeth
We are so often called on to extract the
irst Molars or J w Teeth for childa:n, and
o. regulate or strengtben the .front teeth
vhich become crooked from neglect, tha1
re think it advisable to call the attention of
arent,. to the suhject-; so that the back teeth
ay be filled. and the front teeth noticed
hiist children are-cutting their second set
o as to- prevent their co,ming "irrenlar.
hildren shed, or lose but teu teeth from the
ipper jaw. -and ten from the lower jaw, anc
he Molars, or j-aw teeth, which they ct
IACS of these. belong to their adult or growt
et Many persons say they were not aware
if thi< fact. Now notice and act according
y. Charges vety moderate Term- cash.
R S. W HALEY.,Surgeon-Dentist.
Billiard Saloon and
We are elegantv supplied with all the
,ooling Seurnmer Beverages, and will dis;
>nse iced ambrosial sweet., acid.ul-ted
tparkling sudorities, serenes, sky-scrapers
c., to those who desire to slake thei
;hirst with pleasanf and healthful :qnids.
SMITH & CHBISTiN.
Weekly for Boys and Girls
'his paper has already estdblished Itsel
K."the Southern favorite." It is just th
periodical for boys aid girls. -"It bhings sun
<hine into the household. Marbles an
lulls are laid aside to welcome it. It in
<tructs and entertafns at the same time, anc
the old fo'ks findi ifteret in, its - pagss. J
new volume b gins in July, with incresei
-ttractions Now is the time - to- aib,cribe
bnd renew subscriptions. . A beautiful titli
page apd index will be furnished at the clon
of the-vo oune. TermS. $2 a year. or thre
sopies for $5. J W BURKE- Co.; Pub
ishers, ita con, Georgia.
July 8 28ti. -
Columbia, S. C.
Within fifty,yards of the Greinville en
Char lestonr Railroad Depots, corner .Gervai
tri Gatdsden streets...
g3Rims..aBo'ar'd, per week, $12 50 ; p~
day, $3 ; Supper; breakfast anid lodging, $&
Shfle Meale, $1.
~i :o. i, Livery Stable in con: ectioD Wijt
tre -Rotel, Carriages, &c.,- for hire at a
ours of the-Day and Night.
Aug. 19 Proprietor.
Mns. M. R. HUNTER,
Eashionab.le Dress Makei
Over Mesurs. Love1ace & Wheeler's,
- 'Entrance patrzie as to. Phot
grfp Gallery. -
Dr. J.- D. Bruce
Ha;ving resumed the pravtice of Medicine
tender, his p?lesiO'nal servicen to ihe puhli
Ofee in the-=heilding formerly occupied h
Mr John A Cnapman, iand opposite Mr
Sept. 18 38 rf-.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
N ewBerry Dilsridt-[tr Equity '
James B& L~igggan, ! sor.. REEibet
- Kin:wid and -othr.
The cr'ditors. of Andrew.Kin.srd, deceasei
are re quired to' rend&r arad eatabi,~h the
respeci' demrands beftare t b' Conimuis-ione
or, er i,efor&the.fir<das of Oen,tr next.
Atg 532 9t: - *10 ' C' N P
STATE OF SOUTH CA$R,LIN)
Newbarry Datrict-In Equity.
A. K. Tribe. v. K -y Burton. Bile foir a
licaiio4 of ferna tor p:ayment of' debt.
TI:e ereellaer. of K'y Burton are requirE
to render on onathe rnd establish their di
reads before tihe Commnissioneron or befui
t i-rst i:v of Octob.: ,next.
Coi' ofle,-. S[LAS JOHNSrONE,
Aug 12 33 8t 310 . c....N.D.
STATE OF SDUTH CARlOLIN2
. Newberry District-In Eq4.407. .
Margaret M1artin,.Admx. v Jonathan Ma:
tin aend 6thers..
Bill'to M:r,bal! A-se-ts. &c.
The cretritors of Patrick Martin, dcesse
are requiredl to render in andcstaebliz' the
de-ands beforethe -Commissioner; by -ti
drat bray of Oihrober next
SI AS JO.HNS f0 tFr, C.E. N D
Com's Ofie. 21 July, 1868. .12
STA TE OF SO,UT H .CA,ROLIN)
We'wfr,Pry Distrh-t-In'p Equitr.
Mary M Ridelhuber, Aden'x, v. Jabil
- ~Rielhlbe'r, et al. Bill for Dower.
The dreditors of-\eVilmam L. Ridelhube
decesed, are required to renvdei- and estral
lih their repective demands11efore the Car
missioner, on or before the firn4 day of Octn
ber nxt. SILAS JOtINi TO NE,
Com's Offie, ...2- - . D
July 22 30 11t. 01*
STA TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA
Kewberry District-In Equity.
Isabella Birge, Admr'x, v. Win. S. Bir~
- et. al.
The creditors of Jothn S. Birge. dec'
are required to render aend es,tablish the
demands before the Commissioner 00
before the ifrst dayv of October next.
Con's Office, SIL AS JOHNST ONE,
July 22 30 iIt *12. C. E. N. D.
STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLIN2
Newberry Distict-In Equity.
John G. Lipford and ieife, v. Lala Ro<
The creditors of aamuel L. Rook, dec'
are required to render and establish the
deands before the Commissioner,. on
before the first day of October next.
Com's Office, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
July 22 3') 11t. $12. c. E. N. D.
ABSENCE OF HENRY SUMMER, EIiFSTE
Henry Summer, Register in the Court of Ban
rupty for the district of South Carolina, has 1
order of the Court for said district, been aliowi
eave to be absent from the State until 2th 8s
-The reatrPu P
SUB.SQRIPTIO:f P r3
Six D Ihrs a
=fE C tLSTON T k.
Three Dollars a year-T# O
for Six Months. -
. Terms, Cash in AdvanC 4,
W' No paper sent vutless the Oe&ai
companies the order.
" No paper sent for a longe es
than paid tor.
.AGENTS WANT ..
Forthe Canipaigns 4f Forrest
ard his CyValry!r A
This historical record of the most buiw
liant exploits and daring adventures of she
war, among its many val .ble so4 ioleresto
ing Contriutions to hlstotica1rth,, e1e
np, on unquestionable au herity, il mi4r
presentations in regard to the _.takig -1
Eort Pillow by General Forrest.
J. P. MILLEl t_
j*n 8 2m Philadelpha;.
The suacriber will .s
1st of MAt ld a 8cholefor
The course of instruettm
ches Iatit, G , a J
the Modern Languages.
Te'rina :=ThreeloUari pee -montb
mar 4 3m J. F.. J. CALD p
Agents Wanted fol
The Official Bistory
OP THE WAR,
Its Cauaes, Character, Conduct and 3e880
BY. ALSiAntDER H. STZPEI.
A Book for all &cti9ns-4a_Q
This great work presents the only
and Impartial analysis -oftheCat. ots
yet put lshed, and gives those t
and shadows of itbe great 'onjust
those high ofBoers who watcbbe$
revolution from ifs fountain
were so a6cessible to Mr.
sition as aecond af ieer oithe .
t'o a nblic which has been
APPAR 1TLY hsI been
we promise a change of- sM ..boih
andraatry ,and -an intek 1Vs tt6
higbest order. The Great A War
A l LA$ l found a histprIbnwft 1994
poitsnce.and at whose6Lands it
moerate. cadid Jnd imprtl3
tr h and justiceso urgen.tly demand.
The inteuse-desi'elevery be._
obtaIs 4his woik, It. Ofieiai
sale. combined with an tnrelse
make it the b.st ptleu b0*der
One Agent In , Pr gtp"
scriber-in three data.
One in Boeton, Mat'. 106 subsm is
One ln 3Nriplis, Tena. 106 dbsrissab be
send for Cfrculaas sp4I see. T ur I
full detcription of the-wrk, with Z
sof advance sheets. ec.
Address E ArIQNAL PUBrSZO~
rApil sa t.
T .SUBSCRIBER has conasanld.a
haryk fall asorment of the abor4poq
ye'effemnt pauerns, besides
a is a on malw, alI of wich het is'~
to-turinh at very reasonable~.rates, 1sik
pi oip' r.ts anad desparth.
Pa.'on- .hsirous of h igase.-se
ralr.d- will have them. sen free of~rS
A hyarse is al j'ys on f and anub
riseat the rate 01 $l10 per day.
?i1ThaTrf tier p4$t pa?'ronge,. Mr-4
-:riher'respectfad u..' 'fo: .~a eonti.emz
or? the saUae. an.d ~asu.e. thle pubie thea,
a'.o efort on his pairt-will'bespared to refge
the utmost satisfaction. .
.B. C. (CHAPMA
Newberry S.-C., July g1.
The under-igned repetUyget
that, he in prepared to M AKE, or *11
anyV kind pf eA BL.ET .WA.REI, iR she .es
est and most sausfatorf maig1er, W,
solich.ed. . tices reasonebip, 2*
e ASHIONABLE B
M A R DjRESSKq
RESPECTFUL LY anawes*e-G s.
tieineni of NFiierry, that he has,ee te'
t.he room in the rear ofthd ebey wl
wJiel by n'il bie happy towup' i
thec exncie'e of hii.pcofenda. Mbbjes
is to plea.se the 'moset faistidiossst an~i,d
the kepng'of'his shpshidrbe 1s.see the
mir w e.eceptreinaWe style.
icShatving, Titmin and~peqie
Hairdyin."eieeuted ik the ,u~ meet
SA.BUTTERFEL, Irs,I.k1 13
Views for Sale.7
-Photographs oftthe,Baptit,Lt? a
- Methodist, Presbyterin aa4
, These Views are perfect PietWrs-4ea,4
r fully bright, clean an.d clear
r desire pictures of any of the aor~~g
hbavernow an opportunit to sim
cha.They are 6* S_i_le, n
mounted on card board, ready for*u .
We have on hand a flne assortment o
frames, suitable for theaeyewA.
*March 11 P
iSTA TE OF SOUT H C AROLINA.
Newberry District-In Equitr.
SJames B. Livingston. Ex'or,- v. EUsabg
Kinard and others.
Iappearing to my satisfstdes that Mars
shall Livingston. one of the defedm Is
teaoe stated case, esider bqyale
limts f tisState.
-On motion of Mr. Jones, O afe
-Solicitor, ordered that the said ab es .
repdant do plead, answer of &r gob
bill in said case within forty dasfron the
publication hereof, or the same will be taken
pro con.fesso against him.
Comn's offe. SIL AS Jo HNStONE,
A. 0. 12e U.-.- a