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From the New York Observer.
HOW SAILOR'S SHIP GAME IN.
BY KATE MCDOWELL.
"Why, Nora, we'll have just the
jolliest kind of a Thanksgiving," said
Edgar Horton to his little sister Leo
nora, as they were hurrying homeward
late one dull November afternoon. "I
declare, Cousin Jack is a noble fellow.
Why, I can't get over it. I never
was so surprised ia my life as when I
opened the letter right there in the
office and the money fell out ! Ten
dollars! Just think of it. I must
read that letter again;" and jerking
off his mittens, he made a dive into
one of his pockets and produced the
few lines that bad already caused much
rejoicing, and over which two heads
were bent for the third time with ap
parently the same interest as at the
first reading. The letter ran :
"DEAR ED.-I wrote your mother
yesterday that I could not have my
usual Thanksgiving with you, as 1
had promised the day to an old col
lege friend; so I will wish Nora and
yourself a very merry day by letter,
and add that I expect you, on that
day, to enjoy the enclosed X in what
ever way you choose. I might sug
gest a sleigh-ride.or that you make
up a skating party and go to the rink
as we did last year ; or yet again, that
you each invest in a present. It is
immaterial to me how the money is
spent, so long as it affords you pleas
ure and serves to keep in mind
"YOUR COUSIN JACK."
"As if we needed anything to re
mind us of him !" cried Leonora, as
Edgar put the letter in his pocket,
still keeping ,he bank-note in his
hands, over which their eyes danced.
Suddenly the little sister whisper
ed : "Put it out of sight, Ed. See,
that poor little girl is watching us !"
and as Edgar quickly thrust it in his
coat, he caught sight of a child about
Leonora's size advancing towards
them, her little hands purple with
"Hafloo, little Beg-the-streets !"
called some one in a voice that both
beard. "That young cub with the
seal mittens has got money, 'cause I
saw it. Shall I make for him ?"
"I may be a beggar, but I'm not a
thief," was the answer that reached
"Do let's hurry," said the frighten
ed Leonora, tightening her hold of
her brother. "Do you 'spose he'll
chase us ?
"No, indeed," replied Edgar, as
Suringly. "He would not dare, with
all these people within call. See, he's
going off now ;" and Leonora turned
in time to see the cause of her terror
go longingly out of sight.
"Now, PIl tell you what," began
Edgar, after they had walked some way
in silence. "No; PIl let you propose.
How would you like best to spend the
" o'treally know,- -only don't
go skating," pleaded Leonora, "for
papa says my ankles are not strong
enough. Let's think of something we
can both enjoy."
"We'll put presents out of the ques
tion," announ'ed Edgar, "for that
seems so selfish a way to spend it,
whereas if we give a sleigh-ride, or
something of that sort, others may en
joy it with us."
"Yes," assented Leonora, trying to
forget that they were passing the very
store windows where was on exhibi
tion i set of doll's furniture which
her whole class stopped daily to ad
mire and long for, on the way home
from school. "'We are happier as
we make others so,' is what mamnma
so often says."
"WVell, then, I think the sleigh ride
will be the best thing. Just imagine
you and me, Nora, starting off in one
of those big excursion sleighs, stop
ping at all the houses till we get in
all the boys and girls that the sleigh
can possibly hold ! We'll make out
the list to-night, if mamma approves.
Let me see,-this is Monday--why, how
soon Thursday will be here ! I won
der if this snow can last. I only hope
it will fall every minute from now till
Thanksgiving morning !"
"Please don't hope that," said a
weak little voice at their side. "It's
so early for a big storm ; and we'd all
It was the same little girl they had
"I didn't think of that," confessed
Edgar humbly, while Leonora turned
to the little stranger with childhood's
first question-her name.
"The boys call me B3eg-the-streets,"
she answered sadly, "but at home,"
and her face brightened, "at home
they call me Sailor."
"Bailor ! Sailor, did you say ?"
questioned Leonora, all interest. "Why
do they call you that, and where is
your home ?"
"I'm going there now, but you
Leonora. "Not areal one? What!
do you mean that you own one ?" and
her eyes opened very wide in astonish
"Yes, I own it," said little Beg
the-streets, uplifting a wee smiling
face; "but it hasn't come in yet !"
and she laughed softly.
'Oh, that kind,' said Edgar in a
disappointed tone, while Leonora con
tinued her questioning. 'When will
it come in ?' she earnestly asked, 'and
how do you own it ?'
'I cannot tell when it will come in,'
said the little creature, her voice sad
one moment and tcheerful the next
'Mamwa tells us that only the Ruler
of the sea of life knows that. You
see,' and she turned to Leonora in ex
planation, 'it isn't a real ship-but
by saying 'when my ship comes in,' I
mean when some great happiness will
come to me, and I shall not have to
beg any more for mamma and the
boys, but will be as able to supply
them as though I had a ship's whole
cargo to draw from. Every day, when
I come home, the children ask me if
my ship has come in, and I say, 'No,
but it may to-morrow ;' and then we
all talk-mamma, too,-about what
we hope the ship will have on board,
and so,' with a half-drawn sigh, 'we
keep our courage up.'
'I shall come and see you,' said the
warm hearted Leonora, taking both of
the little chilled hands in hers. 'You
must be nearly as old as I. Are you
eleven yet ?'
'Eleven ?' smiled Sailor. 'I was
eleven when our ship went out, and
we've been watching for it to come
back these three years.'
'Fourteen ! Why, you're older than
Edgar,' cried the astonished Leonora,
and not so big as I am ! Do wait
here, Sailor,'-for they had reached
home,-'till I ask mamma to come.'
Up the stairs flew Leonora. 'Oh,
amma,' she half gasped, 'She's down
there-and see's not a thief and they
call her Beg-the-streets, and her ship
-not a truly one-but she means
happiness, and, and-oh please see
her and send her something-and
can't Jane take it, and Edgar and I
go too ?'
But long before Leonora had reach-i
ed her last request, Mrs. Horton had
nderstood, and soon the little stran
er was standing before the blazing fire,
ad her empty basket had gone into the
itchen to be filled. Her wan little
face had lost its drawn, chilled look.
ad she was answering all their ques
ins in the pretty child-like way that
ent right to their hearts, and beg
ging Mrs Horton, with Leonora and
dgar, that they might be allowed to
o home with her and see how glad
the little ones would be. *.
'~ * * * *I
'Did Sailor's coming make them
glad ?' was Mrs. Horton's first ques
tion as she met her children at the
door an hour later.
'Glad is no name for it,' replied
Edgar, with tears in his eyos. 'Why,
other, they were starving.'
'And it was so cold there,' put in
Leonora, shuddering at the remem
brance. 'Can't we send them some
wood this very night ?'1
'Her little brothers were listening
for her step,' Edgar went on, 'and
called out, 'Sailor, has the ship come
in?' and Sailor answered them so
cheerfully, 'I think I've seen a sail,
that they knew she had something in
her basket ; and, mamma, their moth
er actually cried for joy when she saw
ll that you had sent.'
'And then,' finished Leonora, 'we
ll ried, 'cause they were so hungry
and so thankful-and we promised to
ome often and'
But here papa came in and had to
ear the whole story; and while they
ere all talking it over, Edgar remnem- 1
bred Cousin Jack's letter, and as he
anded it to his mother, he motioned
L.eonora into the hall, wherc they
bad a hurried consultation. They
soon came into the library again, ask
'What do you think will give us
most pleasure to do with Cousin Jack's
'A sleigh-ride ?' asked mamma.
'No, ma' am.'
'A skating party ?' ventured papa,
looking at Jack's letter again.
'A set of furniture ?' laughed mam
ma, glancing at Leonora.
'Ah,' said papa, with a most ap
proving smile, '1 believe I know
something that has an S in it, like all
our other guesses. You are going to
help b>ring Sailor's ship in !'
And he was right.
Contentment abides with truth ; andj
you will greatly suffer for wishing to
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A pr 23, 1879-17-tf.
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home made by the in(lustrious.
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Dry Goods, Grocelles, PlC.
HAVE REMOVED to the NEW SRE of Mr. Win. Langford, next to J. D. Cash's,
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FOREIGN AND 00MESI DRY GOODS8
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES,
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COLM B][A, S. C.,
Invites his friends in Newberry and the public generally, to the following facts:
1st. That he has an unusually large stock.
2nd. That every article was carefully selected and bought
31. That every article will be sold on the principle of
live and let live; and
4th. That he will fight it out on this line if it takes all
Black Cashineres-all wool, at 50, 65, I Prints, in endless variety.
75 and $1 per yard. | Blankets, Jeans, Quilts.
New Styles of Dress Goods, at 25 ets. All the new styles of Silk Ties, Collars
per yard. I and Cuffs.
Men's Cassimeres, of all styles and prices, An extra fine stock of Hamburg Edg.
as low as in New York. ings at prices which cannot be beat.
Another lot of all Silk Ribbons, at 121 Visit me when in Columbia, or if nore
cts., worth 25 and 35. convenient, send orders. Samples and
Linen and Cotton Towels, from 5 cts. to prices sent on application.
$1 each. Oct. 15, 42-tf.
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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Oct. 15, 42-'3m.
JOHN 0C. DIAL,
OOLUJMR TA, S. C.
IMPORITER AND DEALER IN GENE~RAL HARDWA1RB
ALWAYS HAS TIHE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Building Hardware, House Furnishing Goods,
Mvechanics' Tools, Etc.,
IN THIS STATE. ALSO, HAS
Carriage and Wagon Building and Trimming Material, Circular Saws. Gummers, Belting
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Grass Scy thes. Has the Agency for the celebrated and superior
W A TT'S PL OWS,
Which are sold at greatly reduced price'.; also, Castings for same of all kinds.
[G All Orders, accompanied with the Money or satisfactory City References, will have
prompt and careful attention. Oct. 15, 42-3m.
Who has once used the PEOPLES' MACHINE will prefer it over all others,
and .IGE.?VT1S selling it find it just
what the PEOPLE want. It
makes the shuttle lock stitch, runs easi
ly, does the widest range of work, and
wind' the bo~bbini withoaut running the
wor ks of thet mac hini. Wite for de
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K "ii PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Aug 2(L s4-6mn.
_arness and SaA
F. N. PAREt,
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, JONES & E,
(Between Poni'a hotel and the P%c,)
Having bought the EN T I RE F
of the Harness and Saddle Maiufat)f
Messrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I e.
pared to do all kinds of work in te L
Also will keep ou hand for sale, 11A
SADDLES, &e., HARNESS LE4
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATI11 I
of the best and cheapest. REP4 A
and all work done to order a A
At Cash Prices and at She
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The distinctive features of this spool c
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It is finished sof t a.s the cotton from wh
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colors are dyed by the
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-rn MUAKEl MOfN EY.
venville & Columbia Railroad.
)n and after Monday, November 3, 1879, the
ssenger Trains will run as follows daily, Sun
ave Columbia, - - * - 12.00 m
a A!ston, -- - - 1.34 p m
Newberry, - - - - 2.pm
" 1odges, - - - 5.10 p m
" Belton, - - - 6.8.p m
Tive Greenville, - - - - -42 p m
ave G reenville, - - - 8.05 a m
" Belton. - . - 9.15 a M
" Hodges, - - 10 2113 a M
" Newberry, - - - 1.11 p m
" Alston, - - 2.27 p m
rrive Columbia, - - 8.46 p m -
NDERSON BRANCH AND BLUE RIDGE
Daily, except Sundays.
save Belton at. 6,0 p M
" Anderson 7.22 p M
Is Pendleton 8.12 p m
" Perry ville 8.47 p ra
rrive at Walhalla 927 p
eave Walhala at, - - 6.00 a M
" Perryville, - - 640 a =
" k'endleton, - - 7.2) a m
" Anderson, - - 8.10 a M
rrive at Belton, - - 8.47 a m
Laurens Railroad Train leaves LAMurens at 7.00
m. and Newberry at 4.00 p. m., daily except
Abbeville Branch Train connects at Ho4geS
rith down and up train daily, SundayS ex
apted. Leave Abbeville 9.20 a. a.; leave ffed,
es 515 .m.
Up an down Trains on the main stem make
loe connection at Columbia with the up and
own day Passenger Trains on the South Cro
ia Railroad and with the through Freight
'rains, with Passenger Car attwcied, on the
Vilmington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
ud at Alston with the trains of the Sparta
urg. Union and Columbia Railroad for Union,
partanburg, Hendersonville. Ashetille, &c.9
R. H. TEMPLE, Gen'l Supt.
J. P. MzaDrir, Master-Transportation.
JABF.Z No.Tox. General Ticket Agent.
south Car'olina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after Sunday, Nov. 2d, 1879, Pas
conger Trains on this road will run as fol
,eave Columbft..5.30 a m 4.15 p m 9.30 p m
xrive Camden.. 1.20 p m 8.15 p m. -
#ive Charleston4.00 p m' 9.30 p m 7.2X a M
jrive Augusta...3.40 p m 9.2D a m
1ave Cbarlcston.7.00 a m 9.00 a m 8.40 p m
;ave Augusta.... 7.50 a m
mave Camden.. ..7.00 a m
yive Colambia.U.50 a m 5.35 p m 6.50 a m
'he Night Express leaving Columbia at
0 P. X. and Charleston at &40 P. 3L, will
n daily; all other trains will run daUy.ex
pt Sundays. Sleeping cars on .all night
sins -berths only -
ed - A. B. DESAUSSURE,
'he Agent S.C. 1.ailroad, Columbia..
JOHN B. PECK,
. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pas. and TiLcket Agt
at .- - -
a eenville & Columbia IL. R.
est REDUCED RATES.
nfan after September 1st the followirg
rs 'ets will be on' sale aflI the Ticket Sta
ti on the Greenville and Columbia Rail
* 00 MILE T1CKETS, at Three Cents
- peile, good over'the G. & C. E,. BR., and 4
SUND TRIP TICKETS from any- Sta
tien the G. & G. R. R. and its branches
Ze -tor Station on the same, good for Three
a- D4 at Three Cents per mile..
fe UTND TRiP TICKETS from all Sta
!Con the G. & C. R. R. and its branches
et to tarleston, good for Eight . Days, at
of JABEZ NORTON, Jn.,
.-General Ticket Agent.
re I. TEMPLE, General Superintendent.
-e, 8 3, 36-tf.
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