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.He called faday nighk as bad
been his cu&oms for several weeks.
After they got together alore in the
parle& bl pluked hp his 9oatage to
lfypropr poInt, and propoeed. to-ber,
tolling lr of . dAly when every
thought was of her, and onL he .-+
Then he said-,
And ser ssid-,.
Then he caught her in his arms'
and previset her 'ropng face close
to hi $arniag breaSt.
Tighter still lie drew Mds arwd,about
'My darl'og he started to whisper,
bonding li- face close to hers; when
her head fiew;-p,.q suddenly as to
catch him under the ohin with suff
cient force to almost amputae bis
'Oh!' he gasped.
'Phewl' she ejaculated, 'why how
you smell q
'Small I' be- Vepeat,ed, while his
smarting tongua forced the tears into
,Yes,' sho replied, bending her face
again to his breast, and sniffing ex.
peotantly. 'Oh my ! it is awful ' she
added as Phe drew back her head.
He dropped his own nose into the
infected neighborhood, and took a
sniff; and then, as his face lighted up,
lie cheerfully explained:
'Oh! that is my plaster. I put It on
for a cold.'
'Oh!' said she in a tone of relief.
And again she dropped her head on
his yearning breast, only a little high
er up, and a little more to one side;
while he ran,out*his tongue, and ten
derly caressed.the wound with his
AN INC1DENT Ol THU NZw YORK
BABY Suow.-The Times tells it in
this way: A beautiful little baby with
golden hair lay in its mother's lap
half asleep. An admiring crowed
stood before it.
"If I had such a bright little fel'
low as that," said a young bachelor,
"I should call him George Washing
ton. Look at those eyes. There's
high physical courage, if ever a pair
of eyes told of such a thinag. And
look at that forehead. There's true
manliness even in babyhood."
"No"ead te omapIains," there's
where your'e wrong; there's where
your gigantic intel!eet don't come to
your rescue; that boy Is no more like
George Washington than you arc;
he's a young Bonaparte; he will be a
short' stout, determined man; lie will
have plenty of courage, no doubt; but
it will be the quick dash to viotory of
Napoleon rather than the tenacious
push of Wa shington, and you should
call him Napoleon Bonaparto."
"No doubt you would, young man,"
the child's mother broke in. "That's
about all you young fellows know
about babies. This little girl's name
A Paris grocer sells small bits of
macaroni for soup, stamped with the
imalge of Napoleon III. When the
macaroni swells, the feature. enlarge
until the nose, mustache, and profile
of the late Emperor stand out in start
ling relief. The last place in the
world where the ghost of Napoleon'
would be expected to appear is from
the depths of macaroni soup, and the
profound judges are in doubt what to
do. If they let it alone it becomes
incipi ten t treason, for with Napoleon
in their stomachs half the road to
their affections will have been tiav.
ersed; and, on the other band, they
hesitate in making the cause popular
and themselves ridiculous by a maca,
SPLENDID EIOauTaaN.-A lightheart.
ed, impulsiv~e young lady, writing to
friend ovedhe arrival of her eigh,.
tcenth birt,hday, tells it i this joyous
"Dazrling J--, I must write to
you to,day to tell that at last, I am
wjplendid eighteen. Think of it
splendid eighteen-not timid fifteen,
winning sixteen, blushing seventeen
or oven bold nineteen, but-plendid
eighteen! I shall commence to live
from this day forth. 1 shall love
everybody and everybody will love
The total number of license saloons
or drinking places in the United
State8for the fiecal year ending June
S0, 1877, wa 164,598, or, calculating
irom a population of 46,000,000. one
fair ever 280 persons,
, . -
Shie who coo poses a cross baby is
rerater than she who composes book..
Got liven with Elm.
There was one man on the Wood
ward avenue car the other rainy
morning who felt as"if the weather
couldn't be abused enough.
"Don't you hate such weather as
tbief" he asked o1 a portly acquaint
e44, ideas We deelded te
poiDse; "I don't bother about the
weather. It it is fair, all right; if it's
foul, all right."
"But you can't like such a morn
ing as thisi"
"It's just as good f(r mne rs any
other sort o' morning," was tho calm
"And you like to see rain and mud
and slush do your'
"Yes; I'm perfectly satisfied.'
The grumbler was outs of pat ienoe,
but he secured revenge sooner than
he hoped for. In getting off the car
the fat man slipped and sprawled at
ill length in- the mud, to the intense
delight of the other, who rushed to
the platform and shouted:
'-Doun't say a word-it's one of
your kind of mornings! If it was one
of mine you'd have fallen 9n a bed
of nice, cleati, soft white, beautiful
snowl Stand up, till I look at you!"
The fat man stood up. ie looked
at himself and then at the car) and
"I kiW lick yon and all the weat .
or in the country with one band tied
"He is a man atter my own heart,
pa," said Julia, speaking of her
Charles Augustus. "Nonsenet" re
plied old Pra6tical. "Ue is after
the money your uncle left you."
And then all waa quiet.
A girl just home trom a boarding
school ft ightiend her old mother al
most out of hier wits, the other daiy,
by asking, '"iave you seen *ifhat
Husband of mine' yet?"
An exchange wanlts to known what
will become of "the last mr. His
fate will depend upon wh ether he
ever had a mot her-in-law. J Iti had
he is lost, lost!.
It is no p)artiguIlar' credit for a ans
to die game. WVoh e and buazza~r a
do that ver'y thing.
A grand internatijonah cat tle fair
is to be held in Switzerlar d at the
close of' 8eptem ber, 1878.
"No, wa'amu?g said a grocer to an
applicant for credit, '1 w..uldnu't even
trust my own feelings.'
"Jane, it is eleven o'cloc11: tell that
young man to shut the door fromi the
The hard times -ion't make rascals;
they only bring thorn to the surface.
Just a prairie fire does not make wol
yes and rattlesnakes, but only drives
thoem to the open.
It is not the dollars of their daddies
that our young men sigh for, but the
dollars of somebody elsu's daddy and
the daughter incidenitally.
He who lives for himgplf alone lives
for a mean follow.
Overwarm friends~hip, like hot pota
toes, are quickly dropped.
"What's honor?" asks Falstaff.
That's easy. Any woman who ii a
behind another in church can tell
what's on her in two minutes.
TALKERS.-- Wat is the reason that
woman have the reputation of being
greater talkerau than men? However
the idea It is nothing derogatory to the
character of the fair. They-are finer
and more delicate croaturos then men;
more easily acted upon by passing
events; quicker to percoeive, and with
a natural desire to make others par
ticipators in their feelings, and a rapid
facility in oxpressing all the innume
rable changes always going ont in
their minds and hecrts.
Accordinw to our Eastern exchang
es, very few people eat genuine batt*i:
Will Shute was a member of the
Twenty dixth. White the boys
crowded aroutnd the old flag at the
recent reunion, Bill, with an irrepres
sible humor, called out: "Boys, I are
no speaker, but there's a blamed sighi
more of' you here than ever I saw ir
a Aight." Th,a brongh, down the hoano
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Caan.ue004 , C., 205b99 1875.
On and after Runqky, De"be 19, the
tossenger Trains -m o -
Ro.io will run a follow".
FOR COLUMBA. -
Leas Charleston ; 14a,
Arrive at Columbia a
LeA Charleston 918 a'
Arrive at Augusta 1 lp 0,
Leave Columbia 9,06 a
Arrive at Charleston " 46 a
Leave Augusta too a a
Arrive at Charleston 4 4 n a
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXWR58&.
Leave Charleston 9 16 p as
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a at
Leave Columbia 7 00 P i
Arrive at Charleston 640 am
AUGUSTA, NIGHT . KXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 00p a
Arrive at Augusta. 7 45 M
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a a
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a r
Arrive at Charleston a 46 a a
Leave 0harleston 8 16 p M
Arrive at Summerville 4 80 P a
Connects at Kingville daily [except San%
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. This route
via Atlanta Is the qnickest and most direct
route, and as comfortable and cheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chioge, 8a.
Louis. and all other points West and 84prtk
Day Train connects, at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
8. S. GOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PicKzas, General Tieket Agent.
Greenvifle & Columbia R .
CHANGE OF SCHEDUIE,
Passenger trains run daily. Slndays except
ed, connecting with night trains en Sough
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft.
er Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 11.10 a M
Leave Almton at 1.10 p M
Leave Newberry at 2.28 p a
Leave Hodges at 6.6 p a
Leave B3elton at 7.06 p in
Arrive at. Oreenville at 8.81 p a
Leave Greenville at 7.20 a a 4
Leave lielton at 0.10 a ma
Leave liodges at 10.47 a in
.eave New berry at 1.42 p "a
Leave Alston at 8.20 p a
Arrive at Columbia at 6.00 p a
81WConnect at Alston with Trains en the
Sparianburg and Union Railroad ; conneet at
Columbia with Night Trains on Ihe South Car
olina llailroad up and down ; also with TraiL a
going North and South on the Charlotte, Co
lumxibia and Augusta and the Wilmington, Cow 4
Train leave Abbeville at 9.16 a ma., eonneof
ing with D)own Train from Greenville. - Leas e
Cokesbury at. 2.16 p mn., connecting with Up
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trains5
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leaye
Cokesbury at 11.16 a in., or on the arrival of
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Ath
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with ('q
Train from Coltumbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND ILUB RIDGE
f.eave Walhzalla at ^":40 a
[eavo Seneca at 6.20 a a
Leave Per ryville at 6.30 a a
Leave Pendleton at 7.20 a w.
Leave Anderson at 8. 10 a
A rive atlBelton at - 8.50Oain
Leave Belt on at 7.06 pa
Leave Anderson at 7.60 p a
Leave Pendleton at 8.46 p na 4
Leave Perryville 9.20 p a
Leave Seneca at 9.80 p in
Arrive at WValhalla 10.00 p a
Accommodation Trains between Belton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days, Leave Belt on at 9.60 a mn., or on arriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
JABEz NOR~ToN, Jr., General Tichet Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway
Leave at Atlanta at6 pa
Leave Toccoa City at92pa
Leave Westminster at104p
Leave Seneca city at 11
Leave central at114p
Leave Liberty at127a
Leave Easley at --12a
LeaveSpartnbur9a'.2 a a.
Arrie a chrlote t 12 a a
Leave Chalott at 47 p m
Leavs Snrtabur at12 07 a a
Leave~ Greenville at 1 20 a a
Leave Spastabur at 28ama
LArves Libehrtt at 6 04 a a
Leaves Cenalt at 84 p
Leaves Senatur at 12 4 a a
Leaves Wreeniser at 2 18 a a
Leaves Toseey at 6048 a m
Leraves aity tat at9 86 a a
Leaves Atlnta at 8 oo a m
Leaves Toneca Ciat 8O 5 a m
Leaves 'Westminster at 4186 a
Leaves Toncacit at 1118 am
LArves atlenta at 12 25 a
Leaves ALbety at 12 48 p m
LeavesEnToco at 1028pam
Leaves Gretnie at J1 106 a
Leaves Benectaityur at 11 68 a
LArvesa Cntrlo at 17 2P p
LepavesLibrotyeat 12148 mm
L.eaves Epastley at 12 68 p a
Leaves Greenville at 4 80 p a
Leave Epatabu at 4 40 p m
LArves Libehrtt at v 17 53 m
Leave Chnalt at 1 1 0 a
Leave Senatur at 2 48 p sa
Leave Wrestnle at 6 08 p a
Leave Eoa ity at 6 4p a
Arrive at Atlanta at 11 18 p a
in addition to these trains, there are swo
local freight trains and two throug freight
tra'na3 running regularly, and ofe extra
WJiolo,On1General Man ~r.
W. JIlouston. Gen'1 Pass. 6 Ticket t.