The Man who Lied
There ia a class of men who love '
to eit around tho atovo of a country ,
grocory <>F a winter's ovening ami '
oxchango lies. M. Quad, tho wag ol j
tlie Dotroit Free Press, hits oft* this
clasB in tho following story:
One evoning when tho winter
blasts moaned sadly across tho stroet
corners, and the caotaina of tho forrv
boats woro ftiixioua looks, seven or
eight vessel owuersand 'laid up' lake
captains sat around a choerful base
burner iu a saloon noar tho river.?
After tho usual amount of growling
about tho weather ono ot them told a
atory. There might have boon ono
ounce of truth in it, but tho crowd felt
cortain that tho ouo ounce was offset
by twenty lour pounds, of tbe *awfullest
kind' of lying. Thoroforo a
second man told a story to beat it,
and then a third man boat tho sees
ond. When tho fourth man started
out bo said:
'Gontlotnen, I havo also seen tough
times. When 1 was sailing tho
schooner Fortuno forty years ago
two of uo were swept overboard in a
T ~ I TV.? _ lit i *
oiiui iu uii juuKu i\ino 0110 duick nigui.
A batch covcr went with us, and it
bo bapponed that wo both clutched
it. It was not largo enough to support
two. I was captain, he a sailor.
I had a family?bo had nono. 1
shoutod to him to quit hia hold, and
when ho would not, I reached over,
clutched his throat, and held on till
i.:~ c i 1 -- J ?
iiio unguis luuaeu, iuiu ne went to
the bottom of the lake! It was
twenty miles oft' Point Betsey, and
with a shrill, wild shriek, which yet
lingers in my oars, the poor wretch
went to his doath! Mtiy tho Lord
With his cliair tiltod against the
wall, a lanky, sunlloworish chap hnd
been nodding his head right and left
as if sleeping. As tho captain's nar
rativo waa concluded tlio stranger
r080 up and solemnly said:
'I am that man!'
Tho crowd looked at him in asions
jshment, and ho continuod:
4I landed on Point Betsey noxt
morning in time for breakfast, and I
ewore ft solemn oath that Pd lick you
for choking me if I had to livo a hun"
drod yoars to do it!'
4You can't bo tho man,' replied the
captain, looking suspiciously at tho
lollow'a big fiste; 'it was forty years
'I know it was and for forty years
I'vo boon aching to lick you out of
your boots I'
Tho captain had liod, but he didn't
wan't to own it, and ho said:
'That sailor's naino was Richard
'Korect!' bowed tho strangor that's
'But ho was taller than you.'
'Being in the water so long that
Illirht I shrunk insfc n. m?a Mm
'Well, I know you can't be the
man said the captain.
I am tho man, and now I'm going
to maul you to pulp? No man
can choke mo and then go and brag
Ho sailed in and upset tho captain,
but was then set noon bv the wlu>l.>
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crowd. IIo got into tho eyo of tho
wind and hung there for n time, but
presently ho paid oil' a little, gut tho
wind on his quarter, and went at it
to lick ten times his weight in old
liars. lie was a very ambitious man,
and those who could got out of doors
got out, and tboso who couldn't offnrnd
him n. oration nf wliiolrau
- r> " ",U"VJ
como to anchor. 11o furled his sails
on this understanding, and as ho set
his glass down for a third drink, lio
wiped his blooding car and thon
'When a man trios to sacrifico me
in order to eavo himself ho don't
know who lie's fooling with!'
no wft8 iiio fc'.gfifost liar of thorn
nil, but lio niftdo tho most out of it.
Cromation was practiced i ho other
day it) Milan upon tlio remains of
tho Chevalier JtosHi. The arrangements
for this purpose there are very
complete. Tho corpse is placed in a
chamber in which ono hundred gas
jota combine to raiao a temperature
of ono thousand degrees, an incineration
is neatly and thoroughly done
in an hour, a tn-ro "pinch ot dolicato <
duat remaining. There id nothing '
spectacubr ab< ut it. \
IIic Knew LIim.?"Do you know
;ho prisoner at the bar?" demanded
;ho judge. "Know bim at the bar,.
judge? Know him at the bar? Well
you're jeet shoutin'; he is very peculiar
iu his way of drinkin', and no
ano as has ever seed him at a bar
would forgot as how bo pours out
his liokor in un Alvmnnl. minrlnrl
o' way till tho glass is roady to run
over, then raises it oven with his aye,
sights through it; sighs like a graveyard,
takes a step back'ard, slings
out liis terbacker, says, *To yer, old
paid,' shuts his eyes, throws back his
head and swallows the hitlers with a
groan. Kno.v him at the bur??you
're mighty right, judgo?you're
A Contennial pig has boon born in
Kontucky. Its distinguished oharac- j
tori8tics aro a portoctly hairloss body
oyoa as largo as a shoop's, oars liko
thoso of a liaro, and a horn sovoral
inchcs long projecting fotn tho top ol
iLb head downwards.
A fow Sundays ago, says a Georgia
paper, a nogro woman at a - baptising
near tho ferry, oxhibited hor radical
proclivitios during tho oxciiomont ah
ways attending such occasions, by
shouting at intorvals: "Swoot Johus!
doar Yankeo aJosus! how I do lub
Smith and Jonos woro at tho monagrio,
and tho conversation turnod on
Darwin's thoory "Look at tho monkey,'
said Smith. 'Think of it boing
an undovelopod human!" "Human!''
fluid J on os contomptously. 'It is no
more human than I am."
Lavender says his wifo is always
roady to tell hor rago.
Any young miss would rathor havo
hor corsotfl tight thnn her "fellor."
Tho latest namo fov blond hair iB
,'tho light fantastic tow."
A man with a big noao isn't always
handsome, but ho's nobby.
"PlTkf 'P %TY\ # 1 o 11 ic ^ 41.
? V?. Ajuudii ID w 11 bliu >vill piltll,
Jlis cry is, "Up and atom."
Kissing fairs aniuao iowa. Only
ton conts a kiss! For tho bonofit of
tho church, too! j
l,An Ohio jockoy furnishos horsea
with falao tcoth bo aa to conooal thoir
ago." Tho trick ia tooth-in.
A cow diod in Springfiold, Ohio,
from outing too many applet*, which
gavo riso to somo trouble in cider.
What is it that yon can call for in
any restaurant and novor fail to havo
it brought directly? Tho check.
Mr. A. Bronsou Alcott was onco
expounding his theory of tho sin of
oating flesh, and said, "A man who
oata pork hocomos a littlo swinish,
doos ho not? and it ho eats mutton ho
is inclined to bo sheepish." "Porhnpa
ho," replied Dr. James Walker, "but
1 havo notieed that mnn who live on
vogotablos aro apt to bo?rathor?
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South Carolina Railroad.
ciiarlkston, 8. C., Doo. 18, 1875.
On and after Sunday, December 10, the
PnRsonger Trains oa the South Carolina
Railroad will run a8 follows:
1 (Sundays excopted.)
iyort* u vimuooiyu V 1 O f\ TO
Arrive at Columbia ft 00 p m
Leave Charleston 0 16am
Arrive Rt Augusta 6 15 p ra
Leave Columbia 9 00 a m
Arrivn nl. fili?i-)o?lnn a ak. ~ ?
-X r.Kj ...
Leavo Augusta 0 00 a in
Arrive at Charleston 4 46pm
COLUMBIA NiailT EXPRE8S.
Loavo Charleston 9 16 p m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrivo at Charleston 0 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGIIT EXPRESS.
Loavo Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrivo at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augusta 8 80 p in
Arrivo at Charleston 7 40 a m
Leavo Summorvillo at 7 30 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 ft m
Leftve Ohai'leston 3 15pm
Arrive ftt Suinincrville 4 30 p m
Connects at Kingvillo dally [except Sunw
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Day and Night Trains oonnect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, /Vacon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. IThis routo
via Atlanta is the quickest aud most direct
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other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobilo,
New Orleans, and all other pointB Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis, and all otlior points West and Northwest.
Day Train connects at Columbia with tho
Through Train on Charlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points iVorth.
Night Train connects with Local Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 c. m.] fo* points
on Charlotte Road.
Laurens Rnilroad Train connects at Newborry
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdfivn.
Up Columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and Columbia ltailroad.
S. 8. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. Pickknb, General Tiokot Agent.
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Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains on South
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Lenvo Columbia at 7.80 a m
Leave Alston at 9.15 a m
Leave Newberry at 10.85 a m
Leavo Cokesbury at 2.07 p in
Leave Helton at 3.50 p m
Arrive at Greenville at 5.25 p m
Lcavo Qreenvillc at 8.00 a m
Loavo llelton at 0.40 a m
Leave Cokesbury 11.20am
ueave Newberry at 2.40 am
Leave Alston at 4.20 p m
I Arrive at Columbia at 5.55 p m
I jnQ^-vuiiuvui' r?i AiMion wan Trains on the
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and Augusta and the Wilmington, Cos
Train leave Abbeville at 9.15 a in., connccl
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Lea\>
Cokesbury at 2.16 p m., connecting with
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trnlr.
Mondays, Wednesdnys find Fridays. Lcnyt
Cokesbury at 11.16 a in., or on the arrival c
tho Down Train from Greenville. Loaves Al>
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Train from Columbia
ANDERSON BRANCH AND FLUE RIDGK
Leave Wallinlla at 6.00 a m
Leavo I'erryvillo at 6.'16 a m
Leave Pendleton at 7.86 a in
Leave Andorson at 8.85 a m
Airlvc at Helton at 0.20 a in
Leave llollou at 8.60 p m
Leave Anderson at A. fin ?
Leave Pondlcton ftt C.60 p in
Leave Porryvillo G.35 p m
Arrive at. Walhalla 7.15 p m
Accommodation Trains between Bolton and
An<l??HOii on Tuo8<layn, Thursdays and SaUir*
days, Leave Helton atO.fiO am., or on avriv|
ill of Down Train from Oreenvillc. Leave
Anderson at tJ.OO p m., connocting with Up
N.V..VI ? UUfVI IIIWIIUVIIU
Jarrz Norton, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
l'ASSKNOXn TBAIN KA8TWAUD?DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at 4 10 p m
Leave Toccoa City at 9 00 p m
Leave Westminster at 1) 64 p m
Leave Seneca City at 10 21 p in
Leave Oentral at 10 57 p m
Leove liasley at 11 30 p m
Lcavo Oreenville as 12 12 am
Leave Spartauburg at 141 am
Arrive at Charlotte at 6 30 a m
PASSUNORH THAIN WESTWARD?i>AII.Y.
uwwuuii#ii?noiii n 1)0 p m
^oavc Hparlariburg at 11 61 p m
Leave Greenville at 1 ^8 p m
Leuvo Kasley at 161am
Leavo Centra! at 2 '28 a m
Ltavo geneca City at 8 09 a m
Leave wstminntor nt a a a ?
Loavo Tuoooa City at 3 34 a ui
Arrivo at Atlanta at 0 30 a^m
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iV* a! bowen,
no25 ly Scool Commissioner
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WE want some one In erory county (
take orders nnd deliver good* for the
old and original C. O. D. House. I.nrge cash
wages. Splendid chance in every neighborhood
for the right person of either r??*
or old. Sample?, free and post paid. Sen!*
I for it nt once and make money at your home*.
Address, H.J. HAM. & CO. .ON. Howard
Street, Hdlsimnre, Md
I Oct 21, 1875 8 3m
Wo havejusl replenished our stock of mor*
eliandisc for tlie full and winter trade.
Ladies' and gentlemen's lmls and dr??6
coods CPnnrnllir !> ?* " ?! "
? 0??j ..??? tvvviYcu special ivtteu*
Our Shoe Department
In very full, amounting to nearly on* ib??>
Our General Stock
Comprises nearly everything you are likely
to need and will bo Bold very low.
j Haif Car Load.
Of beat Liverpool Salt on baud and/or *snl?
two dollars per sack, which ia
Than before the war. All nro rcspcctfull/ h??
vitcd to call and see them.
Hester & Hester, ?
Central, S. C.. Oct. 28, 187-1.
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
s&s&iamstB, ? ?
WILL PRACTICE IN TIIE COURTS 0?
tflk state and of tiie UNI1B1
Sopt 28 10 tf *
Absolute divorces obtained
from Courts of (liil'oreut States for de*
sortion, ko. No pubRoity required. No
charge until divorco granted, Address,
m. house, Attorney,
40 Oni 101 Broadway, N. Y.
WA t!*rw* - ?
ATTORNEYS A TJ LAW *
f?n^ss.E&5a? s. ?
"V'lTILL give their attention to the l'raotiot
VV and to tho Collection of Pension^
Bounty Land find all other Claims.
J. J. NORTON, J. E. 1IAOOOD,
Walhalla, 8. C, I'iokena, 8, C.
July 27th 1871. 1 tf?r.
II. J. CJlllllaxM*
f_J~AVING returned mid ??
, .....i.vijr JOCft1
1 te<l i\t I'ickeiiRvillc, roHpcctfully oflFira
hie Professional BervicoR to (lie citizcns of that
vicinity on l surrounding country. Chargec V
May 9 41
THE TOW SUH, Uffi
lo Now Years, i?oat puid, 00 cto. Aildrci!#
"Tho Sun," N. Y.
(!* VAT. Rt vnnu Qrvvtr wa flt>u0w*ti
JllCIIMOUD, : : V1R01NJA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Casting* of
Brass nnd Iron, Forgings, &c.
ARCIUTECTURALE IRON" WORK,
In all its branches, dono by experienced hands
IMPROVED PORTAUL ENGINES for >
driving Col (on Gins, Threshing Maohints,
Soparntors, Grist Mills, &o. A number of
second-hand F.ngines and Boilers of various
palters, in first ratnordor, on liand,
Repair work solicited an 1 nromotiv done.
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