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gnie y laid a lett* Nnd
9I ~ for'e bln. The.old man
Iny~ ipend looked at It and lnaan
lo savage -as he notieod that the
het read the letter wincb was a
Tery cotrteous epistle from a. South
man not yet reconstructed, who
that, inasmueb is the United
tes has se'oeeded to the assets of
tht Cotifederates, he presumed there
wo1 -,b no objection- to assuming
iaiabiiliies, and closed by request
th e1 Treasurer to cash the-note.
&'linor Jilid the letter. .4wargentr
nd leaning back in his chair be
gan tothink it over afd gt mad -
The-' proc6ls was Impid, and the-sup
Gs,a 'illiant beyond precedent. . bl
ely roared at the cool impudence
f the lipter, and 'after discharging a
AnIber of v igo-ous and far from' pi
ous dentinciations at the Ied of the
*x*reb, he turned to the clerk and
*6Id, '1Tell the mati to go to--"
ie dieidt cri6e accordingly re
lId by' reneToslng the note, and
stating that the power which be cd)4
led the Confedet,acv and its paper
money inito existence having return%
ed to the place ot its inception, to wit,
treifternal regions, tbe treasurer re
ommiended him to have it cashed
sljere, and to present it i) person.
This reply pleased the Genera1
ptodigiously and be chuckled heat
y oeer it for several weeks, think
lig lie had extinguished the cool
But, one day, another letter. w as
i0eeived from the mah, who apolo
m$ed ftor not answerin'g the Generalre
letter sooner, bunt exphained that tihe
delay had been caused by the leng li
df the journey lie had recently un
dertaken at the inst;ance ot the treHs
'urer. Hie then proceded to sta v
that, in accordance wit h the sugges-'
~. .. toris made, lhe had traveled to the
dwelig-phace of "Old Nick," and
actually had an interview wit h iim
He described the sulphIerouls dd.i'y
as a rather affable, b:dld headed in
CUs, and said that on presenting thi
Confederate note, nind Spinner's. let
ter to his host, thIe old lellow i.1 oWCM
at it, and, turning to a clerk, said:
' Here, pay this man his money. I
know Spinner well enongh., this en
*dorsemnent is enough for me;" and.
-turninug to his -gneHt, h.e con tituned:
"Jnst tell Sp.inn.er I'dl take his enI
d.>rsemenwt f. 'r any amnun he sigu
Thisletter was shiownl to the ole
main, s ho readh it, aind found speec[
inadequate to fitly exirreas hais views;
C. but lie th;oug ht untill the skating
park on the top ot his head grey'
1'n 'plu. WVIhen be recovered sniti
ciently 1o c:aono'anAI langnunge, hr
turned tohis co.rrespontding clerk~
ar:d eaid., while a bland smile -adiat
edhi f.ce, doimu.icat.ng a roseate
-, * gowto his entiite countenansce: "Mi
( . , I think this is a good lime t<
drip the e-ioonec.
THAT THE C XIS sPE RLImDALs
- -Meld is a forest ot I eauitifulh trees.
** 't h the bi anese, leave s and fruit
But tet ies are fuiv teathtered.
hairs are hollo* tribes.
The sui face ocf or bodies is Cov
0.44 wjth ecales like a fies; wsingI~
grai ofeand wonidt c ver one hun
die ani y p. hes sale annah
3 et a scaile co)v.ers live hunidr'ud poros.
T~irt tidght 1(8 se-rirro'w oen~.1ign t1
p)erspiraetion, torces T(self like Whard
i oegb a sieve.
Enibdrdp ofs'annt water con~
t4n iu world of' liing crearuves
.2.. ewtiaming with as muuch liberty a4
Sciab f i huia a coln of' anet
t~ >~ j i4 like a cow in a meadow,
* '~~~ tdjculturis, aedv'ertised that, he
v~ /~u44uppy all sor'ts of fruit t:4es'
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Muts - Qtm4 4 s '
'~ 4~ ~4tO
y6uWhusband w~'ith a pok:er?'akd
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wOi"ay without any bustre on.
'Aud what di wo"*dol' she squ eak.
'The porker queston takes the
ref r qneMr.,m d. Rid .
d m IW wht- Ihi'vj tb
itand from hin.'
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'If you knew. .tbat man as 140
j dge [ UsC4t1iith,d altrsin cash
when we were married live years
ago, and be has run through every
Bent of it.'
'The-por ker-th.c poiker.'
'Well, I did hit hiin,' she replied
finding herself cornered at List, 'but
Wladid lie di.-answer me:that!"
6J can't do it.'
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'Is Mr. Artiold 'here?' asked -th
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np, bad been waiting to swear againsl
his wife, but suddenly overtakeliwitn,
remorse, he rushed out doors as the
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said his Honor, 'and if yon feel ik
y6nt-divff '.to 'strike' y-0lusb
with--Np6ker occasionally, Isp /
I can't help I.
While groWling at2her,busband last
summer a Now York woman was
titruck by lightning and insLtant.ly kill
ed. If you wish your4wifo to see thi.
paragrnph, cut it out and paste it Oil
Foolt and their hair are soon ibrted.
(EM'VhLLh, N. a
&. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor
BjELILS IN TIlE ROOMS
Junje 14, 1877 40 -
htdharo men chemena to mn o
t ~o oters at nodcs .whBingh
11a9 s Pe1reend
lugha@t*c o th sair aboutilir
zM ln atte Expsecttoranepct
ad As~toc heck Thrt Yefars.io
ahc rod e u thatd n cogh , n gl dev er t
I ooth - nW.ues an eNCales 8t.f
AM Cils pea ~ ocMnaneri
Nila te s ULAsay a0ibout E2
"TusEpectorant i aiirsmi ylo.
*Ha wfthnsi Tehrtyeni theawrsd,
and thecuhldre sha tity yea'nce tan e (inole
tandy.'NOAHWWAD F 01 OAN. PCyres St.
"utt'Rpcoandl a la ropilmys
ad a the mtofsxchildren sa;Is'ie taln ormavse
beds eoup. .WitoutTut'sExpectorant, I don't
hink the col ha-ve survived somne of the'atlacks.
itle otersM EST V NS, Frnfe,K
.A Dpqt9r's Ivice. -
Ze!t9ran, in sudden emergencies, for. coughs
k.Mw, M.D.,'Newarkc, Id. J.
SoldS an di eruggssea. .Ws (1.OO, eged
85 Msu49* Beratet, Hewn Yoris.
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*1 have used Tutt'illTr torpor of the lver
'he aesuperior to any medicine fbe bilily di
I- P. CARR, Ateornet Law, Augusta, Oa.
''I havesd~utWIW~ ?es lpmv*ly.
.*I have used Tutt's!7 4ith great benefit."
W. W. MANf tr Mobile liegister.
"We- 11Et boxe a Pils t& fve of all
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**TbtW".Puls havs'fT1be tried to estaIMsh
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Arrive at Augusta.
FORl CHASLE8TOJ. '<
Arrive at. Charleston
Arrive at Charleston
COLVD(BIA NIGUT EXPA
Leave Charleston 'g -
Arrive at Columbia
Arrive at Charleston 6
AUGUSTA. OIGT EXPRS6,
Arrive at Augusta
Leave Augusta *
Arrive at Charleston *
(Sundays exceptsid.) .
Leave Summerville at 7
Arrive at Charleston Utz T
Leave Oharieston - 1 .e
Arrive at Summerville
Connects at Kingville daily [e(#ept 4
days] with.Up and Down Day apd Pass
Day and Night Trains connect at A
with Georgia Railroad, Mac6n -and,A t
Railroad and Central Railroad. - I
via Atlanta is the qnickest and mbst.
route, and as comfortable ano *4 a
other route, to Montgomery, Belwam 1b
New Orleans, and all other points 8o
and to Louisville, Cinesinati, Cbiea
Louis. and all other points West ead etbp
Day Train conneets at Columbia with l"'
Through Train on charlottee Road (whA ".
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
8. 8. 1OLOMONS, Superintea.
8. B. Plojimas, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia
CHANGE OF SCHEINLE.
Passeng6r trains run daily. Sa&dys eseVpt'0
ed, connecting with might trains es Soutu
Caroli'na Railroad up and down. On and aft
er.-Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 1110 a
Leave Aliston at
Leave Newberry at 22
Leave Hodges at 66p
Leave Bielton at 0p
ArvatGreenville at u5a
Leave Greenville at70aa
Leave lielton at 9lm
Leave flodges at 04aa
-eave New berry at142pu
Leave A15ston at8.0p
Arriv at.Colubia1t.10 p -s
olin Rairoadup nd (own;al 5.6it p 'a
goingNort and oufhon th Ch7.06c Co an
and ugusa an iliWll 7.20o C a
Trai leae Abevile at 1.1 a .47 a ase
Coke~ury t. 216 pin.,con 8c.i 0 wit a
Arrive ato Columbia.a A6.00ida po rat
g&ons neasnd ih rdan eth
Coleuryia t 11.16ght.sin on the arouvh Ca
ingwit Down Train from Greenville. Leant
b0eiur at. 12.16oc p. m., cctigwt
Train from Columbia. AcmeainTar
ANDERSON BR~ANCH1 AND TLUE RTDGE
Leave WValhalla at 66
Leavo Seneca at .62
Leave Perryv ille at )'l
Leave Pendleton at720a
Leave Anderson at ~ oa
Xrlvat Bltenat .60 a a
Leav Anerso ab7.20 a,a
Leave Belton at 8.06.p h
Leave P'erryville -, 9.20 parz
Leave Seneca at. * 9.80 p a
Arrive at. WaIhalla 100:
Accommandat ian-.Ttalnq betweet Bottok and
Agiersona on Tuesdays, Thitadays aa Batsra
days, Leave.Bekeon; at 9.60 a mn.. or os arw1y
aI of Down Train Trom Greenvilleg Leave
Anderson at 2.00O p m., maonneoting w'1&h, Up
General Superintendpa ,
JA n z ~OBRTON, Jr., General TiQket i.1 .
Atlanita & Richmond Air ieIlw
Leave at Atlanta at - p
:Leave,Toccoa City at 94pa
Leave Westminster at 1 2~ -k
Leave Seneea city at 1i~
L.e,tve central at 1
Leave Liberty at .10 a~
Leave Easley at 1 6a
Leave Greenville at IUp.
Leave Spart.anbttrg -at' '#~
Arrive at. Oharlotteat 6.la~
Leaves CharIot te-nt 8.?pm
Leaves Spartanburg at 14a~
Leaves Greenville at 2Ea
Leaves Easley at2.4a '
Leaves Liberty at804.*
Leaves Central at e -t'm
Leaves Seneca City at .
Leaves Westminister at 4S*
Leaves Tocca at
Arrivs a. tlataat 8a'i 4
LeavesAtlan-4at p a
eavs Tcco at10 42 g
Leavs ~etinu,strat11 ian
Leavs Vntra at12 '48 e
Leave Libety at12 26~~ a
Leaes paranbrg t8 di, a
Le.v O~evile at*.3 Ou a
AtrivaAla at ft)~
Leave Bnea city al1
Lesas CentraltttVat 12. 2
Leav~es Eas ity 12 6
Leave Grenylil at