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A Terrible Laar.
"le was the orfulest liar I over
soon," said Cooley O'Leary, as we ro,
.tu'rned from his friend's funoral. 'Why
lie told me onco that he lived on a
small island out in the Pacific Ocean'
on which thoro was a volcano. And
he sai'I that there was an active do
mend out in that region for water
melons, so ho wont to the businese of
raising them. And ho.said ono yeAr
his whole crop failed except one m6l
on, and that kept on growing t such
a fearful rate that it crowded him off
the low land up on the side of the vol.
cano, which generated steam and
caused an explosion which blow up
the whole concern to atoms, and shot
him four hundred miles out to sea,
where he was picked up by a whalor.
le used to toll me that ono groat
mistako of his life was that ho didn't
drive a plug in the crater of tho vol
cano so as to make it water tight, and
then slice open the watermolon and
como sailing home on the half shell.
"Ho would lie. le said that once
ho was east away on an iceberg, with
no baggage but a pair of skates and a
fishing polo. But ho skated around
until he came across a doad whalo,
frozon into the ico. So he took off
his shirt-it was night for six months
that year up thoro-tore it into strips
for a wick, ran the strips through the
bamboo fishing-rod, stuck the rod into
the fat of the whale, and lit the other
end. le said it burned splendidly,
and the iceberg roflocted the light so
strongly that it was bright as day for
forty miles around, and one vossol
ran into the borg thinking it was a
light house. le said ho sold the
iceberg to the captain for $5,000, and
the captain split up and took it homo,
and made two hundrod per cent.
profit disposing of it to ice compa
"Lio? well, sir, he beat any man I
over came across. Told me that once
out in Nevada; a mountain lion at
tacked him, with his mouth wide
open. lie had presence of mind en
ouih to grab it by the tongue and
pull. The lion roared with pain, but
he did his level best pulling, and
pretty soon the tongue began to give
and tho tail to shorten, and directly
ont they came, the tongue and the
tail in one long continuous string. He
said he had 'm at home and ho show
od 'm to me, but my belief is they
were only three or four cow-hidos and
a bull's ta'l dovetailed together.
"Hie was astonishing as a truth
crusher. Said lhe served on a gun
boat during the war which was very
small and light, while the mortar on
the deck was very large and boavy,
and lhe said the first time they tried
to fire a fifteen inch shell, the shell
remained stationary, while the recoil
was so great that it fired the gunboat
four miles up the stream and landed
in a tree. He was a liar, but now
hie's dead I reokon he'll ketch it."
Thllore was no doubt about it. Mr.
O'Leary was very successful as a con
structor of energetic works of fiction.
England having once determined
to give her children at least an ele
mnentary education, set about the
gigantic task vigorously, and within
six years the greatest of her cities
has been almost supplied with sufli
cient school room for every child that
lives in it. In 1871 London containdd
574,698 children in: need of an ele
mentary education, and only 263,259
p)laces in) school for them. The
amount of accommodation bas beeni
nearly doubled. The .voluntary
schools nIow have room, for 284,734,
while the School Board schtols ex
isting or planned, have room for
220,549 more. There has been a
great improvement in. punctuality ol
attendance. Twvo years ago one
child in 142 came to school too late;
in 1877, only one child in 315 has
como too late. Every gang o'fyolung
thieves known to the police has been
broken up and the members com
pelled to go to school. In the year
1876 24,000 children were sent to
school in obedience to 30,000 cau.
tions given the parents.
Hion. Alexander IH. Stephens,
of Georgia, has been selected
by the Speaker' as chairman of the
Paciflo Railroad Committee.
President Hfayes' salary remains at
$50,900oper annum by law, and he
would not recom mend less for his
suceson' who will be a Democrat,
and may be poor.
Oonkling wanta to make Schurz
Ssoretary of tho Interior.
A War Romance.
The war correspondent of the Lon.
don Times relates this incident of the
battle of Iasgrad: As the Russians
began tq waver and their fire to
slaeko as the. Turks were pressing
fur% ard with increased vigor, a
young Russian officer was seen stand
ing just behind one of their batteies
waving his sword atid boldly encour
ging his men to stand their( ground.
Over and over again he rallied the
troops who were pouring out of the
trench, but it was of no use;' it was
not in his power alone to stern the
tide qf victory. His men, aninAted
by bis example, turned and 1old
their own for a few minutes, but the
fire was too heavy for any hutan
thing to stay and live. They 'could
not bear it. They full on their
knees and entreated him to fly, but
not an inch would he stir, and at
last lie Btood for more than a minute
absolutely alone, save for the dying
and the dead piled in heaps aRiou'nd
It could only end one way amid
the storin of bullets which were raino
ing round thick as hail; one at least
found its way to that noble heart.
and he fell dead. As the Turks
swept over the parapet and dashed
past the spot where he lay, the Col
onel, struck by the boy's extraordi
nary courage and devotion, gave
orders that he should be decently
buried. In the evening he reported
to tbe commandermin-chiet that the
body was that of a girl. I gave this
most astounding declaration of the
colonel upon the authority of one of
the English officers of the Serdar's
staff, who tells me that lie was really
present.whe it vas made. It seems
almost incredible; but, true or false,
no braver heart ever beat than now
sleeps in that little grave on the sun
ny slope of Kascelyevo.
Fritz has had more trouble wi b
his neighbors. This time he deter
mined to appeal to the majesty of
the law, and accordingly consulted a
"flow vS dose tinge?" he ad.
Vell, a vallare's got a gardeni, undi
der odder vallare's get some chick
ens eat 'em up. Don't you got some
some law for dot''
"Some one's chickens has been de
stroying your garden?" atskeni tno at
"Straw in mine garden? Nein, it
"And the chickens comnmitted de
predations on them?"
"ishi dot sot" asked.Fritz in aston.
"And you want to sue him for
damages?" continued the lawyer.
"'Yaas. Gott for tammages, und
der' gabbages, und der lettnzes."
"Did you notify. himi.,o, h.ut, his
"Yaas, I did notify him."
"And what did he say.?"
"iIe notify me to go to haal, und
vipe mine shin off dow mine vest."
"And be ref used to comply with
yourP just dean?
"ie allowed his chickens to run
a8;~ some vaQ large und some was
leedle v'allares, but doy vos scratch
amine gardeni more as der' seven
Well, yon want to sue Urn?"
"Yaas. I vant to sue luau to make
von blank fence ub sixteen feet his
Lout;e all aroundt, vot der' tamn chick
ens don't got ofer.,'
The lawyer informed hi-u that he
could not compel him to build such
a fence, and Fritz left in a rage, ex
"Next summer dimne I raise me
chickens, to, y'ou bote! I raise fidinig
chickens, py tamn! Vipe oilf your
Fernando Wood is the best poker
player in Congress. They say ho can
beat a thousand dollars on a pair of
nines without any indication that he
The Philadelphia Times has th,m
chunk: "The Northern fool who is
haunted by the tear of thme payment
of pensions to rebel soldiers is only
one grade above the Southern fool
w ho loonks for.war t.A suc an IWOP
A Ioted Divine says
.They are 'worth their
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
piles gone, and I have gained foty poxxnds solid flesh.
They are worth their weightin gold.
RaV. 1t. L. SIMLPSON ,ouisville, Ky.
TU PLS Dr. Tntt has been en.
TUTTSgaged in te practice of
Medicine thirty years, and
pURB A EAiq -foralongtimuwasdeu-m
0calo o Geor
TUTT'S PILLS erson---5ig
UTS is il luve thle guaran.
CURB DYSPEP1I3A. tee th:It hey are prepared
.s . on scienti tic princples
TUTT'S PILLS " icry" '""'"A
9JURHCONSTIPATON 1m; snceclred in
OUI3ICNBTPATONcollbilling ill thelli thle
TUTT'S PiLLS --11g,tit undajur
OURE rILES. iyng Ionic.
ST lir first app:rent ef.
TUTTIS PILLS bYalitli
toR ptI)opcrly as n ac
CURB R PB AN.D Tu.tle s te
slied, and by their toniq
PL etitn on tldigbstitt Or.
evinctUt ons are produced.
CURE BILIOUS.0LIM The raoidit with wbich
" ersons ta on le.h,
TUTT ' TILLS Will 4'' ue'
0. b. ol' thesevrills,'pi it/self in,
CURE KIDNEY COM- dicates their adaptability
1LAINT,. Itp nottrish th boly, alld
T rUs g S iig nervups debility, mel.
S nchiicoly, dyspepsia, wast
URE TORPID LIVER the muscles, slug.
CURB _ TOrDLE%lishness of thle liver
chrotIio constipation, and
Imparting health and str-ngth to tle systen. Sold.
everywhere. Oflice, 3:; Mit ray Street, New York.
TRIUMFI1 Po S I'CE,
Gray H:a'r can be chanre to a
lossy bIlack -by a sinle on of
r.TT's I r Dy&.p it tW1;-rnagic,
and is warrinted as 'harnile-4 as water.
Price $:.x. Office 35 Murray St., N. Y.
wHAT IS UUEEMS UGHT?
R&%ad 41he2 AnsMer
It Is a pl:int that ron'in the South, and is spe
cially adapted to tlie cure ofd disases of that climate.
NATURE'S 0Wf' REMEDY,p
Enterinir at once iito the blood, exilinig all -crof.
ulous, syphilitic,.anti .rhNomaLii tfections. Aloye,
it it a sear&hin-: alt,r:ntive. but wlie.n co nlied with
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, and other herbs, it forms
Dr. Tutt's Saraparilla
-and Quaeen's D)elight,
The most powerfuil hdoor puirifiet: knowin to mnedical
science for tlie cure of old uIcers, dliseased joints, foul
discharges trmnii the ears and ntost rils, abscesses, skin
diseases, dro p y, kidiney co: i>lai:i, evil effects of.
secret pract.ic I, disordered I er aiid splcen. Its use
sprgttens the naervonwayatehn, 1mparts a fair comn
plexon, nd uilds tip the b>ody withl
.'HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.
As an antidote to syphuilitic poison it is strongly
reconmmendled. Ilundreds of cases of the worst type
have been radically cured by it. Being purely veg
ctable its continued use will do no harmn. The best
time to take it Is during the summer and fall; andi
.instead of debility, headache, fever and ague, you
will enjoy robuist health.- Sold by alIl drugge,ts.
Price, $z.oo. Office, 35 Mumry Street, New York.
Cristadoro's Hair Dye is the SA FEST and
lIEST;' it. acts inst antnaeously, prodintg I he
most, nuturi shaci pf .liack, or .Urown; does5
NOT ST AIN' tlt,c Sl IN, hi is easily applied.
It is a stanldard p)repatration. and a favori e
upon etery .fell ajppolnted Toic'let; for Lady or
Gebtleman. Sold by Druggist s.
P. 0. Box, 1533. New York.
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Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
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Repair work, solicited au'I promptly done.
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Oct 14, 7 - ly
$enator-.--R, E Bowen.
Representatives-D F Brad loy andJ EI H]atc
Clerk of Cour-Joli 3 tewtS.
Judge of Probate-W G Tield.
Coroner-Berry BI Earle
Sehool Commssioner-0 J ingleton.
Nearfstner-W IL Berry.
Auditor-John () Davis.
County Commisionera.-BJ Johnsoii Chal
rman-Jnhn T' Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk
County CommIssioners, C L HIolhigqw9rth.
Triq JtsicesMi74 W u3s6l-Sa.
m/ ~tolcorbe- dCentral, James A
(41O11-PWin -C0 i., 0 W Taylor-Dacs
,, l n Maman_.fi. reek. T IV Ten
-HARaToNP 8. 0De. 18, 1876.
On and afer VdR4a,N"ber 19, the
?assenger T,aiv pa the ouh
Ihllro1dkil rut at fdltdw*,
5eav6i Chatleston . 16'a TA
arriYe at,Columebia. -*0
FOR AUGUSTA. f j
(Sundy; opted.) . ,
&rrive aC IUgusta
FO1 0I L*6T6.
14ave ColUMb1bab a a
Arrive at Charleioton 456p ta
heave Augusta 90a m
Arrive at Charleston AAA.pm
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRX8M.
Leave C44rieston - 9 1i'n
Arrive at Columbia a P2
L'eave Coltinibli 7 0 ti
Arrive at CharIeston 16 40 a i
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.,
Leave Charleston 8 iffiv
Arrive ai'Augusta ,7 4.a m
Leave Augusta 8 80 p m
Arrive at Charleston 7 40. m
Leave Summerville at 7 80.. m
Arrive at.Charleston 8 45am
Leave Oharleston 8 15 p i
-Arrive at Summervlle d80-p
Connects at Kingville daily [exoept ,"ne
iays) with Up and Down Day and Pasa ger
Day and Night Train&, connect at Aigiste
with Georgia Railroad, Jdfaoob- ad. Aum%ta
.Railroad and Central Railroad, ip sypj#.te
via<Atlanta is the quickept ad vnQps4pO
route, and'as comfortable and chea 's any
other route, to Montgomery, selualebil!,&
Now Orleans, and all other p611m6d5outhwet,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicagq8t.
Louis. and. all other points West and Npyth
west. :. f,
Day Tiain connects at Columbia :with the
Through. Train on Qharlottee: Roadf(which
leaves at:9 p. m.) for all points North4
Night Train connects with Loqal 'rai.
[which leaves Columbia at 8 am.) for points
on charlotte Road.
. Laurens Railroad Trfip aenne9tp at Nea
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and d atur
Up columbia Night Train conn-ects closely
with the.Greenville and colimbia Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PicKEs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbit R 3.
CHANGE OF SCHEDUL1,
Passenger (rains run daily.BSundsy. pxpept
ed, connecting with night trains en -BontE
Carolina Railroad up and dowmr On and aft
or Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule.
Leavo Colnmbia at124p
Leave Aiston at2.5p
Leave.Newberry at 84
Leave CQkesibuary at .0.
Leave lielton at 88
Arrive at Greenville at i. m
LeaveGreevill at2.40.y a
Leae Blt n a. .9-0. le
-Leave Cokesbury 8t fa ma
.uoave New berry atA at
Leave Alston atLOls
Arrive at Columbia at .. 2.50 p -
r~yConneot at Alston with Trains en-. the
Spartanburg and Union Railroad; connect-at
C ilumbia wit h Nigh t. Trains on the South Car
o:ina Railroad up and down ; also with Trains
g>ing North and South on the Charlotte, Oo
iumbjia anid A ugusta andl the Wilmington4 Co
Train leave Abbeville at 9.15 a in., conec
ing with Diown Train from Greenville. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.15 p mn., connectinug with Up
Train from C olumbia. A ccommodatloa 1'ain,
M[onsdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, theage
Cekesbury at. 11.16 a mn., or on the arrival tf
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves At.
heville at l'o'clodk p.nm., connle?tin lh(
&N1ERSON DiRANCH .ANDj FLUE ZIDGI
!Fs.at'e Wallialla at 4.28 4-m
Leave Perryville at 6.00 a-m
Leave Pendleton at SAQ:s -
Leave Anderson at 6.841.R as
Ai rive at Belton at .7,10 a m
Leave Belt on at 8.80 a a
L.igave Anderson at 9.40 p
Leave Pendleton at .10.10p m
L'eave Perryvili4 Ip4Qu
Arrive at Waihalla11 '
Accomitnodat,ionaine bet ween B ,A d~,I
Anderson on Tuosdays, :Thursdag* abad Safua
dtys, Leave.Bielton at 9.60' An., ti 4rri't
al. of Down Train fromn Greenville. .491
Anderson at 2.0 m,cunei ihU
- JADF.Z NoRToN, Jr.) GleMeral Ticket Ageat
Atlatt & Riohmond Air Line Railway
IAss3NGER'll~n T 'AIA D~n----AxL,
Leave at Atlanta at / * 4'
Lenve Toccoa City at ' 821 p a
*eave Westminster at '' 9 16 p sa
fhepvQ Beneca city at .9 49~ D.R
Legvo cntral at 1..,jg
,eveEasley at . 46 p at
*Leive Greenville at 11 20) a n
Leave Spartanbui'g- at 12 64 ams
Arrive at charlotte at 4 12a a
*J3EIGHT TRAIN UABTWAR +-DA3.Y
Leties Atlanta at --7 1'5 a at
L~eaves Toccoa at 8 46 'p na
Loaves Westiniister at 6,. p
Leaves Beneca city at 6 g
Loaves Central at 5 80l a m
Leaves Easley at 6 40 s. a
Leaves (Greenvillo.46 '8 40) dn
q ves Spartanburg at * ~ 49,. e
Arr e at Charlotte at 0 10~m
- PAssENGERit TRAIN WitST WARD DPAYR,
Leave Chavlotte at ?10pt
weave Spartanburg at 145p af
Leave Oreenville at 12 s a
Leave Easley at -16 u
Leave (Central at 14
Ltavo Seneca City at , 20c
Leave Westminster at , 24
Leav.e Toccoa City at 8* .
Arrite at Atlanta at 84
rREIOHT TRAIN WEBTWARD)- DANi,T..
Leaves Charlotte at ''
Lduves Rpartanburg at14 sat
Leaves Greenville at460pa'
Leaves E?asley at 6 a
Leaves Central ao 6 )
eaves Seneca Gity at 6 9 O a s
eaves Westminister at * 60 a
ea'res Toc0oa at.. N iA
rive at Atlamnts q$p a
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