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Of all who hafe e.ver heard <f the
"Arkantas Traveler," we tbink there
are few who have heard the story
itself. The following is given as a
The scene is laid in Aranusas,
away out in the wilderneve, forty
years ago, when settlers In that' re
gion were few and far between. Thb
reader must imagine a cabin in the
wild,'erness; in the doorway site the
wife smoking her pipe surroundid
by children of various sizes; a little
t0 the left a boy was seen perched
upon a barrel, fiddle in hand, playing
the "tune," half-of wlhicL- he never
-heard. As the traveler approaches
he pauses not in his fiddling, except
to mewer the questions propounde,
between each of which he -resumes
T-Can I alay all night with you?
S-No, sir; you can git to
T-Jfave you any spirits here?
S-Lots of 'em; Sal saw one last
night, by that are ole hollow gum,
and it nearly scared her to death.
T-You mistake my meaning; have
you any liquorl
b-Had some yesterday, but old
Boss he got in and lapped it all onten
T-Yon don't understand. I don't
mean pot liquor. I am wet and
cold, and want some whiskey. Have
you got anyl
S-Oh, yes. I drunk the last this
T-I'm hungry, haven't had any
thing since inorning. Can you give
me somethiig to ear?
S-Ilaint a dirined thing in the
house. Not a mnuthful o meat or a
dust of meal here.
T-Well, con't you give my ho(rse
somet hing? -
S-Got no)th in' to teed him on.
T-Ilow far is it to the niexi house?
S-Str anger, 1 d. n't kn ; I ban.'t
uever bin t u r..
TV-As i umf 8s bol, tiheun, w hat
might your nme be?
S-It miight be Dick and it mnight
be Samn, but it likes a right mnar t of
T--Sir, will you tell me where
this road goes to?
S-It's never bin anywhar since
I've lived here; it's al ways thar' when
I get upJ in the muornin'.
- T-Well, how far is it to where it
S-It don't fork at all, but splits
up like the d1-1.
T-As I'm not likely to get to any
other house to night, can't you let me
sleep). in y ours? A nd I'll tie my
horse to a tree anud do without anmy
thing to eat or drink.
S-My. house ,leaks; that's only
one dry spot in it, and we andl Sarl
sleeps on it; and tl-at thar' tree is the
old woman's persimmnon. You can't
tie to it, 'cause she don't want 'em
shook on'; she loves 'to maike bear
outen 'em.- .
T-Why don't you finnish covering
your house and stop the leake?
S - It's bin rain in' all day.
T->Well, why dont you do it in)
S-It don't leak then.
T--As there seems to be nothing
. nive about your place but children,
* how do you do anyhow?
S-Purty well, I thank ye. How
- do ye<do you rself?.
T-I ;neau what do you do for a
S-Keep tavern and sell w hiskey.
T-Well, I told you I wanted-some
S-Stranger, I bought a bar.rel
sr ore'n a week argo. YouI see, me
and Sal went shares. A rter we got
it here, we ontly 'had one bit between
us. and Sal she dtdnr't want to use
*her'nr first nor me mrine. You see, I
hand a spiggin in one end anid she in
t'oher So she takes a dirink on my
end and pays me the bit for hr; then
*i'd tak*onie outen, her'n and give
* her the bit. Well, we's gittin' 'long
.irst rate till Dick, durned skulking
-8kUnIk, he bored a hole in thre bot
tomn to suck at, and the next time I
,went to buy a,drink, there warn'I
*T-'mn sorry your w biskey 's all
gone, but my friend whny don't you
play the, balance. of that tude.
S-It's got no.baWase* to it.
T-.-I mean. ypa don't play the
whole of it.
48-Kin you play the fiddlef
T-Yes,'a lit0le sometimes.
8-You don't look like a fiddler
but it you think you kin play any
more on to that thar tone, you kin
just git. down and try.
(The traveler gets down and plays
.be whole of it.)
S-SQanger, take a half dozen
chairs and sit down. Sal, stir yo'ur
self 'round like a mizel horse team
in a mudhole. Go 'round in the bol
ler whar I killed that buck this-mor
nin', an'd cut off sone of the best
pieces, and fotch '%ni in and cook it
for me and. this gentleman. Raise
up the board from under the had of
the bend and git the old black jng
I hid from Dick, and give 1s some
whiskey; I knoW t har's some left yet.
Till, drive old Boss outen the bread
tray, then climb up in the loft and
get the rag that's got the sugar tied
in it. Dick, carry this horse to the
shed and give him some fodder and
corn, much as he'can eat.
Till-Dad, there ain't enough
knives to set thotable,
S-Whar's*the big butci, ole case,
cob bandle, granny's knife, and the
one I handled yesterdayV Th'at's
enough to sot any gentlem.an's meal.
Stranger, you can stay as long ais
you please,.and I'll give you pleity
to eat alid drink. Will you have
coffee for supper?
S-1'll be hanged if you do,
thouigh. We don't have nothin' that
way here but Gruib Ilvsn, and I
I'ecoI it's very good with sweetilin'.
Play Iwy, ett-alger;you kin sleep
in lhe dry Eprlt to-night.
T-(Atter two hor's tiddlin g) M
frienid, cani you tell Ine about I e
road I aln to travel to meirrodi?
S-Tfo mno rrowl St an ge.r on w'jnt
git OInten thlese digizii. for six weeks
b) t ~ when it ge't- s' y' V'U cani sulr:t,
yin see mi h l'' h~ .i ? We ll. y.''
ta&ke- 'hto ro.ad uny lhe bat k :nI i.
aiboi Ia mile yo .'1l com 'iai a~ 1
;ac. e and a half coin gaich. lai
c'r's mighlh in the nieeds, b'ut g'o
needn't irnind I hat. j:st ridIe oH
Ahoot0! a mile. andl a half or ts.o m le
fromt thiar; you'll comue to the d -de: t
swamp) yowlever struck in all ye uri
travels; it's boggy enongh to wire a
saddle blanket. Thar's a' future
road about six feet under thiar.
T-LIow am I to get. at it?
S-You can't get at it narry time.
till the weather stiffens downi some.
Wel!, nbout a mile beynt, you conme
to a place where there's two roads.
You kini take the right lhanid if you
want to, t>ut you'll find it run's out ;
you'll then have to come b'ack and
try the left, and when 'you git two
miles on that road you may know
you are wrong, for' t here a i't any
road thalr, You'll theni Liiinkl you're
mighty' lucky if you kin find .the wvay
back tQ my house, whiar you kin
come and play otn that tune as on
as you please.
A book ag9nt recently sold $1,800
worth of Bibles in Georgetown, a
atirinlg city of Coloradu', butt it is
pirobebly exphiined by the fact that
they were the first Bibles ever seen
in the pla'ce andowere bought as cu
It speak~s well for the Turks as
marksmen that i8 estimated that oje
Russian in every six has beeni killed
Ex-M7arsh,al Bazinte is dlead.
A GREAT CURIOsxTY.-Last Sunday
morning a colored woman in this vi,
ciLiy gave birth to a child whose ap
pearance is quite , euriosity. From
the waist to the or >wn of the child's
head its skin is pure white, from the
hip to the knees the skin is coal black,
and frotn thiere down the skiun is
white. The head is covered with hair
as white as driven snow and unusual-.
iy long for a child of that age. The
child is large, quite healthy, and bids
fair in time to become an object for
The way to k.il1 a joke is tosay that
iteis funny before you tell it.
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CHANsToX, 8. 0., Deo.8, 1876.
On and aft4f Subday, D9cember -19, the
Passenger Trains oa the South Carouna
Railroad will run as fullowal
Leave Charleston 9-16 a i
Arrive at Colunmbla 6 00 p n
Lelve Cbarleston 916 a -
Arrive at Augusta . 15 p a
Leave Columbia 9 00 aim
Arrive at Charleston 4 40 p 1n
Leave Augusta 9 00 a x
Arrive at Charleston 4 45 p a
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRISS.
Leave Charleston 9 15 p-m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia * 7 00-p m
Arrive at Charleston .6 40 a n
AUtJSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at'Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augusta 8 80 p an
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a m
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a a
Arrive at Charleston. 8 45 a a
Leave Charleston 8 16 p m
Arrive at Summerville 4 80 p m
- CAMDEN TRAIN
Connects at Kingville daily [except Sun..
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at Angusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Cent-ral 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, Chicago, St. -
Louis, and all other points West and North
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road,(which
leaves at 9 p. m.).for all points North.
8. S. SOLOMO18, Superintendent.
S.'B. PicKEss, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE, -
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
ed, coinecting with night trains on South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft
er Monday, July 16, 1877, the Tollowing will
be the Schedule:
Leive Columbia at 1.0ai
Lease Alsion at1.0pa
Leave Newberry at223pa
Leave llodges at6.5pa
Leave Belton at7.5pa
Arrive at Greenville at8.5pa
Leave Greenville at i2
Le'ae Bctoiiat1.10 a
...cve Nwbery at1.42 p ms
Leav Alton t.2.20 p m -
Arriv at Clumbi at7.00 p mn
~~Connct atAisto withTrain a th
Lpeave elton adtao Ralra .1cnnc a t
Clae ite iNit 10.47 n te o na ma
olia Newilrry ti :11(.ow42a wt pri m
Leave Aorton ad Sotho.te20roe pCe
rineae Aolubilat 5.6am.0 pnec
in.vih L)yonnctra Alsona wihranille Lea'h
oSparybr and Union ptaioad, connect at thI
Tri mColumbia. wiothiNighit TrainonteouhCr.
gongas Norhnds and theidarlos. Le
Coeram eat. A1bvia .15 am.oroa the connvelf
ingwit Down T rain fro Greenville. Leas .>
boeiur at 2.15oc p. m., connecting with (
Train from Columbia. AcmeainTar
ANDERSON BitANCH A'ND TLUE RIDGE
Leave WaIhalla at5.0ai
Leave Seneca at 62
Leave Perryville at . ~ 8
Leave Pendleton at 72
Leaave Anderson at8l0i
At rlve at Belton at . .0
Leave Blelton at7.5p
L&ive Anderson at 75 i
Leave Pendleton at8.6pi
Leave Seneca at9.0pa
Arrive at, Walhalla100p
(lay, LaveBelon d. .50a n.,.r50 ari
al o Doia Tainfro (~leenil.2 Lave
Andrso at2.0 p a.,conbc 7.05it p '
AlantatichonAi betwe RBelwnand
LAdersoco it Tusays, Thusdysan ar
Las, WeavemBelton at 100a . or2on ai
LAvedenen ity0 pam. conctn 11t p A
JeAvez cntrloN, Jr.1eer48Tke Agn
Leae E S chedule. 2 5 a
Leave Grtenlne at 5 00p a
Leave Toccartnbity at 9 2 80 a
LaIrve aetminsloter at 1 2 a an
Leaves encaloty at 11 47 p m -
Leaves centrabat a 12 46 a an
Leaves Libeevllat 12 0 a mn
Leaves Easley at - 2 48 a an
Leaves Greilbe at - 8 04 a ma
Leave Sparanbr at 240am
Leaves bChaity at 8 47 a m
Leaves Spasamnur a4 184 a a
Leaves Greenvill at 6 0 a an
Laves Eat.lanaat 2 36 a mn
Leaves Atlnta at 6 00 a mn
Leaves TnecoaCt at 8 1054 a an
Leaves W'est minister% at4 18 a a
Leaves enoccit at [108 ain
LArves CeaAla at 12 85am
Leaves ALbety at l200 a
Leaves Toccoy at '12 68 pa m
Leaves Greestnie at 11 105 am
Leaves Setnca cit at 21 18 p mn
Larves aetChrlot at 172 p m
Leaves Librtty at 12 00 a an
L..eaves Epasleybr at 12 68 p m
Leaves Greenville at 4 80 p in
Leaves Sparteabtg a4 48 p m
LArve Libehrtt at4 63 p m
Leave Sparalbr at 2 8 p a
Leave SEnaity at 4 43 p mu
Leave Westminster at 6 08 pLam
Leave Tocoa City at 6 64 p m
Arrive at Atlanta at 11 18 p m
In addit ion to these trains, there~ are .."
logi freight traips and two through freight
trains running regularly, anbd often extra,
0. J7. FOREA0R5
I W foso,Gn3General Mansgde.
. .Joso,Gn1Pasis. & TIcket Agent,
OaTL,Arkwis Traveler. <-t.19 got no baase* to it. t 8N 8
Of all wh it .e or the y )pa don't p~lay the17 1WYk.17 ; i i t ~ .~a~ I R~ TIM ~ ~ C~Lao,8 . 56
"Arkantias Traveler," we think there W1 OSITIVELt CURED, Oa Sday, D1 h
a wa a tory --Kin you lay tie fiddlef subsrin, UN e od rennd LL sufforers trom this diese t are a renger TS
are few wh'o have heard tie story y susrpi's HE SU woldreinois L ufo
T-e,' i ettnse f alodwl o sfloa
i f Th 'ollowng i' gi asa T-Yes, a lit e sometimes. -frends well Wsers everywhere, that t anxious to6 cured should try Dr. Kiss. road wl it a fnxious
tse.S-Yofu on't look like a fiddler is agaIT4 a candidate for their consideration NM's Celebrated Consumption Powders.
-ek.rrect version:btityotn and support. Upon its record for the past These owders are the only preparation
The scene is laid in Arkansa, but it you thbink you kin play any ten years it relics for a Eotinuance of the known that will cure Consumption and al Leave Charlesoof g.* a
Thesenei;laiinnto tat thr * tOu ki hearty sympathy and generous co-operation diseases of the Throat and Lungs-...ndeed, so A
UWay out in tbo wilderneve, forty mhore on t at oe, you n ich have hitherto been extended to it from strong is our faith in them, and also to con- FORAeUST
-easjust gt down and'try. every quorter of the Union. . * Vice you that they are no humbug,-we will --TO- (8 y
yeis ago, when settlers in that'' re- The DAILY BUN is a four page--sheet of forward to every sufferet, by mail, post paid, ys excepted.)a.
dThe (The traveler gets down and plays 28 columns, rice by mail, post paid, 65 cents a free Trial Box. Lerie arAesta * 15 p
reader ni-st imagine - abin .i t be %e whole of it.) ' a month, or 0.60 pey year. FOR . 6A1E8TOa
riThe SUNbAY edition of Tur, SUN is an perfectly s%tisiled of their curative powers.
wild,ernest; in the door'Way sits the S-SQ*anger, take a half dozen eight-page sheet of 66 columbs. While giv- If your life is worth saving, don't delay in (Sundays excepted.)
ipeairs and sit down. Sal stir your- ing the news of the day, It also contains a giving these Powders a trial, as they will
wie soking Per p large amount. of literary and wiscellneous surely cure you. Arrive at Uharleston 4 4p
b d oel e roun lik a nizel horse teamn matteO specially prepared-for it. T11 SUN- Price, for.large box, $8.00, aent to any Leave Augusta
by children of various sizes; a little i a mudhole. Go 'round in the bol DAT SuN has inet with great success. Poot part of the Uni .St dorCanada, by mail, CArrive at Charleston 4X45 mm
0(he left a boy' was seen perched "'a paid $1 .20 a year. 0on recipt of -prc.Ad1s -CLMI I
-pon a barrel, fiddle in handp ler whar I killed that buck this mTr IE W-EEKLY SUN. 860ASH & ROBBINS,x
86 uto,tee,Booln N .Leave Charleston 9 16 p,
nin', aDd cut off sone of the best Who does not know T iWEEKLY SUN? It Jan 10, 1878 18 ly LAve Columbia a72Oam
' had sthe "t ne" a liiL a pOaDeV r pieces, and fotch '6ni in aid cook it circulates throughout the United States, the --Ce
-heard. As the traveler approaches gCanadas, and beyond. Ninety thousand F T Arrive at Charleston
lie pausea not in his fiddling, except or me and. this gentleman. Raise families greet its welcome pages weekly, and AU .T0IGTEXRS
to answer the questions propounde, uip the board from under the had ot regard it. in the light of guide. counselloc Leave Charleston 800 p
the be~and it tle ~dblackjug%pd friend. Itf3n%vs, editorial, agricultural, Falling Scns em n 0 UIJT IH XRS., "
the bend and git the old black jng and literary departments make it essentially elatIy Cure-A
i music. of I hid from -Dick, and give t18 some uTrms: ONE DOLLAa, a year, post paid. onerrive a Chreston
Traveler-Hello stranger. whiskey; I knoW t iar some lift yet. This price, quality considered, makes it the Powders. T convince suferersthatt SUMMERVILLE TRAIN.
rTill divolBosotntebad cheapest newspaper published, For clubs of convince dufrr(ht hs Snay xet~.
Squatter-'-tello, yourself. T, i oldBussoutenthebread ten, with $10 cash, we will send an extra sendterw m ,poai fre o - LAveaummevo 8ecpd a80a
T-Caun I stay all night with you ttray, then climi up in the loft and copy freP. Address F T.1 Dr. Goulard i the only physician that
T-a lyalngtwt o?PUBLISHIER OF- THlE SUN, hs ever made ti ies pca td,'ILaeCalso 6pi
S-No, sir; you can git to- get the rag that's got the sugar tied New .York City. and as toour knowedgethousands av been Arrive at Summrville 4 80 p m
in it. Dick carrv this hiorse to the Nov 8, 1977 0 8 Iermanently cured by the use of these Pow
T-hfave youeany spirits gre n ders we will guarantee a permanent cure In Connects at Kingile daily [except Sun..
S-Lots of 'ort; Sal saw one last shed a.d give him some f*gdder and every case, or refund you all money expen_ days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
night, by that are ole hollow gum, corn, much as he*can eat. ded. All sufferers should give these Powders Frains
' Till-Dad there ain't sco*ed an early trial, and be convinced of their cu- wi t radnsMcon a Augusta
and it nearly scared her to death. nou rative powers. thg Railroad, Raoad Aute
T-You mistake my meanina have knives to sot tho tablek -herr .eto Price, for large box, $3.00, or 4 boxes for vY Aladt is tenr airtad mos dret.
o y o S-Whar's*the big but't Ole caeo $10.00, sent by mail to any part of United . route,landa s chefqutckes and mos arc
you any loquore rut o nte, States or Canannh a
I-Had some yesterda' but old cob handle, granny't knife, and the For Disoases of the express, c. o. 1. Address, Ne rle; allMothery, S obie,
AIa & dOBtdd'' aNe tOr andl alI other hic g othe s
Boss he got in and lapped it all onten one I ande yesterday? lhat's 360 F1ulon-street,3rooklyn, N. Y. aLetg .
the pot. enough to sot any gentleman's meal. Throat and Lungs, Jan 10, 1877 18 ly . Louis, and all other points West and North- .
T-You don't understand. I don't Stranger, yon can stay as long a ~A HONIE HAPY Day Train connects at Columbia with the.
- mean J)ot " (1or. 1 ELM W%Ct And you please,rand I'll give on pRoad,,(which
mea "9t *iiO' * "' '' ndY ')C5 ,. nt Iientieron lOt supplyogli,Cors leaves at 9 p. mn.).for all points North.
cold, and want sone whiskey. Have to eat alld drink. Will you have Good Re
youCoffe for supl-I WILL DO IT. E v e r y m a n in t h e C o n n y of *B. PlcKus, General Tiket Agent.
S-Oh1, yes. I drunk the last this T-Yes, sir. Bronchitis, Asthma, be THE CININATI Greenville & Columbia R R.
mornin, S-1'll be haunged if yoni do, WEPickens
T-I'm hungry, haven't had any- tgh. We don't have nothin' that and Consumption. A fine eight-page pwih48fuilcol
thing since inorning. Can Soi give way here but *Grtib Ivsn, and I Therelmtitationithasattainel,inconsccqucenco """j,pei; p (we OAI
lecofi i0t very eet , Ii'. the marvellous cures it has pro(iicc( during thmn e r politica fornedn with ttrains n South
me Someais to eall y giwd with s%%eI iast iair century, is a sumcient assurance to the gives all the news, and, bdnhapnd .nd
Playaolu llilroa en'llp.o kid down.) Onhe andaf
S-I1a int a d iuned thing in the Plyawy et r anger; you kin sleep public Liat it wi14ll8timlito realize the happiet hrrfour'excee'er nmber er Monday, July 16. 1877, he Toflowing ,Ili
P tectd 8toric. Every subscriber also
house. Not a miuu.tltht l ot meat or a in Ib e dlry Elp lt to-flight. results that can be dcsird. In almost every receivesacoyofthebeautifulengra.
dust ofmeal here T(Atter twohor's tiddlig) M s section o-coutr.nythere are personn,pulM Fri"nd "sz*incheindacE rhv LdiieColumbi at 1.10am p
..known,wvhohaveheenre1-stoelfonarmingami( of THE. AR' cILLU8TRa ATD ALMA ''n Leave Altne)ry at 1.10 pm
T- Well, coln't y ou gi ve my,) ho(rse 6-eld can'~ y n t ell ie ahbour t I e even dlespei-ate dliseases or tim lug,1,y itslmC my"<s. *'O'r ii'eea'il['"LaeNwbrya .3p
somet hung? - roadt I atuinI tI irael I o mii rro) e Allwh-iohave tried it,ackniowledge its superiority; m nvy eoeir n eead6smvdLaeHde t65
.w.ani" avry now geater thncoever to Leave Belton at 7.05p
-S Gt ohi'tofedhm n S T mrow t ngronwn ana t ntr an -uearenonnoehmiaeswmuercnica il usb.or cm"nee'e Arrive at Greenville at s.5p m
. .astowlt ed:metoemloI t reev use dis, work. To an erson destrin~ to get D OWN.
-Ilow fat- is i1to th Ile tieX1 house? git iiuteri I hieso igi1s for six wveek-. tress and~ suffr:ing peculiaru to pulmionary atrec-. a club, vre w "a" asen es rCor Leave Greenville at 7.20 a in
S-Stangr, d"nt kow I h at'- b tv when i t get- so y ' IuCl can sal:t, tionse. Cur:navu rE:cron.u. allways alVrrolS in, y ej. ~9eineu co SIOUD E_oSBSRIERpeae een t .fra
ulev er hi lli t1u . r ''n 't1~ ' I "10 ? ' I C I l .l y '0 stan re ief iad performns ra id curles of thec o a for a, o bia n e nsea *r Leave N e s er t 10.427 am.
mildler va rieties of bronchial alior<ler, as well as paper, I alwaya b en a vigorous ad aeN bryai14
T-W elh, do yniI;I,.w - s I('lo hiii e to get ac 4s 45 1 ' hio' ,r"' th mor form)itla1,'e ('ircases octein cat ohe iga of alti e nd I'r F( IINISII ES A L L Leave Al5t on at 8.20 p m
heri iik. h rad pt e a- k :ud . .s sremai o bilre, ni ue isres-amo n - is oo g, h eArrive at Colum ibia at 6.00 p m
-Ido. aibtii a mile yo- .'ll c 'nei 9, a (li , ' Cfl S vln""" )c"-t l"" 't l i"at di Chest of . etrronnect athaAlstone with Trains on the
4 Chi kIoi,iLs naln>e;fr,4.kistiwy 4 av n t te o e xc n e-Spairtanbiurg and Union Rtailroad ;connect ati
S- As f am 8' tbold, ihera, w hIaut :tc, e aid a ha i cas 1 -. . lI' n nta- -. esudae esoe ohat..'' a ci we -ave M Columbint wit h N igh t Tra ins on the South Car:iltli
maight youir niatne be? . cIor' mUigh iihI inw t hie a~ tee<ls, b,i t y' This'1j~ miineii gainis reids at cev t.-iI, as .1A1ver uih* .ce. n Donlar. g - ' D -. olin itill afti t1p atil down ; also wihTrcit r.
S-It might be Dick anid it migiht needn't in,d ihat j:s rid on thceiiu"- i i "i' (""""t-hrii'tt(i~nrcm- too r-e- , ig Nbia and gusta and the winnrngtte, Ce
markbleto_e__o_>ten.No___miy__mni,_he___D_NSD_REPO TS0 AlBBEV-lLLE BR ANCHI.
beSa, uti lke arih sart f ou aune id hil o w ii a without it, anid th~ose who have once vied it Tramn leave Abbeville ait 9.156 am., conneer
it. froIIi thar; y'ou'lI coine to the d -d1e t never will. -_MAKHOM PLAAN. - -F'- ing wvith L)own Trau-in from Greenville. Lea'
T--Sir, will you tell mei where swampl)3OI6VI yoie etruick in- all ye uar 1rsr~ vicians tiergn otu cOniFOR 1878i! Monays,CWdnesac"*andFia hrLsy
this road goee 1o? travels; 's boggy entonght to mlire3 a from their knlowiedge or its cfrects. M0.O O CIC' A''O ~j . ondbua t-.1 Wensdy arendid . Le~e y
S-It's never bin any whar since saddle blanket. Thar's a' future PREPREDnYe own w in fo 1e 1.Lae
I've lhved here;' n's al ways thar' when road about six feet under tiu--. g ,AE u,Lwl,ms. FvOR~ TPIE SUNNYSOUTHI be__Nveat1O'coc p.ANI A.. conne&n wIthGE
Iget upJ in t he mornin'.' T1- How am I to gete at it? ur. .7.AER&0, Lwl,Jas,FOElHSUNNY SO UTII El____ ui fuoN ColumbA'NLE IG
.Practical an d Analytical Chemuists. DO Y OU 'TA KE IT1' DIIIN
- T-WeIl, how far is it to where it S-You canm't get at it narry time. soLm BY AL DaUaGms 3:vJ:()wn;:m. DO YOU ATAE ITr ? DIVISION.a 660a
forkb? till the weather &tiffenis downt some. .NO W 18 THlE 7IMEI T Ci1R C UL A TIS S Leave Senecla at 5.50 a m
S-It don't fork at all, but splits Wel!, a'bouit a mile beyntr, youi Comle NO 5 W I, TILE T1.ME Leave Perryville at - .80 a in
up like the d1-1. to a place where there's t wo roads. I 0 TLITl Lar-gely in the adjo)iiiug Cuint es Lenve lrendleton at. 7.20 a in
-GREAEa T AITLE PAeavae Andsersontetaii-8.1t a u
T-As I'm niot likely to get to any You kini take the right'hand if you R A A IY P PR.At>rive at Belton a . 8. m
othier' house55 to night, can't you let me wanit to, biut you'll find it r'on'si out. - .PBIHDO H OT n osm xeti etr r
sle.i oriAdIl i yyul hnhv ocm akadDAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY- an dver Fvaelhundrerioetshe beo ruters to -I,eve Beltont at .7.05 pm
horse to a tree andl( do without auny- tr'y thie left, and whben 'you git t wo COL U UBIA S. L t oum.I sbgnigsmeo h etNr aonaeave lrndle 0.20 p m
higteaordikmieontaradyumyko' -'N E W S T 0 R IlE S ! Leave Seneca at 9.80 p in
thin toe tous dri k - t a ' o l o arle owrong,m o ter ain' kno ' Deer published in an American journal,:and AND IS, THERE[FO RE, Arrive at Wanaa .10.00 p i
S-Mi. ho se -bak; thaw's onl~' ~HOaYT EoLY N & oMtcDA N IEL unotp:ier r enets a gi'ater variey of rad,. Accomn-dation Trains between Belon and
oedry spot ini it, and mue and Sawl road thar11, You'll thena th ink you're > ing. it contains Brilliant Continuied Stories, Anderson eon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturn
sleeps on tiand tl'at thair tree is the mighty' lucky if yo ki find .the wa JAMES A. IlOYT, Editor. vlan E Coys Eclent GeeSdtori,BrlialPes, A GODM aMlOS ~flI of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
old woman's persimmoan. You can't back to my house, wvhar you kin The Dnily.Regist.er contains the latest news cerllees Summary,s Exteslle SoieTye- AdroaThO00pMAS ODEAD, wt U
tie to it, 'catuse she don't want 'em comie and play on that tunte as long oatter daal com ercial, political and othier els, Notes of Fashions, Notices ofNew Books, 0General Superintendent.
shiook onf; she loves 'to maitke bear as you l>lease. .tetrisals byo elap,fll lurn ocand reors Notao Ne Mus Iic, Notlso tara ambau, JADEz NORTON, Jr., General Ticket Agent
outen 'emi. ' .*~~Grange and Agiutrl.Dprmn Womien, Paragr'aphs o1 Humnor', scientific Do
T-Why don't you finaish nov r A book alg9nt reCcettly sold $1,800 Th Dal.a i-ulainetnigt partmenat, Puzzle Dep:artment, Mathenmatical S B RBE. Schedule.
ie ail ha a irclaton xtedin toDepartment, Housekeepers' Department. Cor
yootr house and stop t he leak? Wor'tlh of Bibles ini Georgetown, a all parts ot the State, is circulated in inearly respondents' D)epartmnent.. Chess Department, Fr the Picken e -ie , Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway
Itsbnri n'l aann iyo ooao u iti every St-ate in the-Union, anid consequently Answvers to Corresponadents, Ohat with Con.. or eees Setnl'AIL TRAIN.
T-Well, why dont you do it ini prtobi-bly exjphiined by th fct that 'dium fi-eeknot besters ss uedever week. ywd clms fmttrec Leave oat ty at 9 428p i
Them i-Weeklyb Rserss Isssuedy everolynsof terekc ADVERTISE Leave Tmo iter at 90 42 p in
-dry weathei? 1103' wer'e the fir'st Bibles ever' seen Tuaesday, -Thursday and Saturday mornIig, Priice only $3 a year; Two su'bscribers $5 a Leave Wenetmiter at 11 42 p in
S-It doun't leak then. in t he pla'ce anid.were bought as cui- anad contains all the news of the days in one year. IPikn Set e l Ieaive centract at. 11 48 p in
.hre be.t-n - .issue' For a club of six at $2.50 a copy is BentIn tePc ns etiel! eaectrlt1 4pm
T--A t ereseee to b noth ig ilost'e.lTe Weekly, Register is an IEIG HTT PA G E free for one year. DF.BALEY&.C. Leave Lasbey at -12 25 a m
. nieabout 30urpac1bt.cilrn'e paper,containing F'ORTY-EIG HiT COLUMNS, For a club of t wenty, all sent at one time, Ppm' -o,' - Leave Eenle at - 12025am
-chldrn,It speaIks well for the Tur ks as~ enbracing the cura of news of each week. $10 in gold is paid. Address, . _ _ oprieois. Leae Greenvile at - 00 a m
owdo yudo an o?. .. . This paper is within the reach of every family, SUNNY SOUT HI or S U DR G OIOSLeave Spartanburg at 2 80 a mn
8-ur wllIthk -marksmen that is estimted that oi'e and we are pleased to state t.he f'act that it J. hi S1i-ALS,5l)ON SHUNDUGR POSO~S. AI-rive at charlotte at 6 12 a in
do 1 ue 'iy yo rell,. tan k ye. ho w llussiani ini every six has been killed la cOcl s pi y exen ngn . leStt 2 Send for Specimen. Atlanta, a. 1eggta ci E D RED- B ss. an e vs Sarabur at2 46 ai
r rjv et ii ofwounided. GJrange, and all matters of inter-est to the .l. -in. J. (UiIIiIand . B I4sLeaves Greenville at 2 20 a mn
- nanwatd yudofra ..__,___..__._ Patr'ons of Huasbandry will be treated in the ir T.AIGret urned and p)ermanently loca eminent phscasLeaves Eaibey at 8 048 a mn
--living here? Ex-Mar-shtal Bazinie is clead. appropiate dlepaw.tnent. The Agricuttura.1 tedl at Pickens~vilhe, respcectfiuhy oft>rs are indcse by the most. emnn phscasLeaves Liblery at 2 4 a in
8_K_-_d_- and Grange articles will appear in each of 11is Professional services to the citizenisof that in the world for the cure of rhaeumnatism,~ Leaves entral at82
- e ptavern and sell whiaskey. - -4----- our publications-Daily, Tri-Weekly and vicinit y anid sur'roundinug country. Chiarges neuralgia, liver complaint, .dyspepsia, kidiney Leaves neca City at 85
Tl-Well, I told you I wanted-some A GREAT CURIosxTY.-Last Sunday Weekly. reasonaalde. dhisease, aches,, pains, nervous disorder's, fits, Leaves Westministeu@ 4 18 a in
. . . ay 9 41 1femiale complaints, nervous and general de- Leaves ,Toccon. at 6508 a in
whiskey. morning a colored woman in this vi,. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ---~-bilit y, and ot her chron ic diseases of' the chcst, Arrrives at Atlanta at 9 36 a mn
8---Srage, Ibogh abarelciit gae irh o achldwhse p---.-head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.-- DAY PASSENOE.
S-.Sre ' a w egck I b ou t ee b mae piear ac e i 'i t a e crildty romap DAIIrY EGIs TER-One Year, $7 00; Six - ~ ~ iao ~ f' l. Cook ith full particulars free by Volta Belt. Leaves Atlanta at 6 00 a in
Motathis, $3 50; T hree Months, $1 75. E s t a b 1 i s i e d i u 18 S6( 0. Be. Cic 'ai 0' Leaves Toccoa at1 8
adSlwntsae. rewegtthe waist to the or >.wn of the child's TarI-W EEKIv htEoISTER-Onle Year, $5 00: ____Leaves W est minister att 1 15 aim
-and Sere weny shade one a-t beweeno head its skin is.pauro white, from the Si Eonths,E $'2E (0 Tee Moth 0 $12. FALL TI IM begilusSeptember 12th, CUYDRCTYSLeaves ecu it at 12 p8 m
u,adSal she didni't want to use hip tothe knees the skin is coal black, MIonths, $1 00; Three MIonths, 50 Thei cotinuerm beisJnay3,an0evsLbrya 12 48 p i
- n rt hr Ontesi scloses about l7tha ofaJune. ReentREve-BrdondETBae Leaves GEenle at 1 205 p in
le' a si iom i o d an. Yla see' white. The head is covered with hir JOB PRINTING, TERMs PER HAFsE5ssoN OF FivFQMONTHIS. RerLnaie-FBrde n a e aves Greni le at 280 p in
bada sigin wionecad aidsheinas w hite as driven snow and unusual-, The s. ,t and cheapest BOOK and JOB Board and Tuition, $ 90 00 Clerk of Court-John J Lewis. - Arrive at Charlotte at 6 17 p in
' t'thaer. So she takes a driunk on my 1y hong for a child of that age. The PRINTINT, of every (Ieseri4tion, promptly Bllr, Tuition and Music, 115 00 Judge ofiP obate-WV G Field. Leave Chairlotte at, 11 00 a m
end and pays in thes bit for rt-; thieni .hl age ut hely an bid d Office, oiyexctda teRgse Board, Tuition, Music and German ,S/eraJ-Joab Mauldin. -eave Spartanaburg at 2568 p a
chind sstiargctoquiteehealthy, andtbidseOistcr.(or Frencha) 120 00 Coroner-Berry B Earle Leave Greenville at -- 4 11 p in
.i'd takonem outen, her'n anid give fair in time to become an object for All kinds of Law Blanks on hand, which Board, Miusic, Germran and Drawing 135 00 School Comnmissoner-O WV Singleton. Leave Easley at 4 40 p in
hier the bit. W ell, we's gittin' ~Iong .Bau .-Nnv .i Gada. 'we will sell at the lowest prices. -Location u.nsurpassed for healthfulness. Leaves Liberty at 4 58 p m
-__Brnm-N et-S __urdan_ JA MES A. HOYT4 A residlent Physician is employed by the- Treasuewrer-Welf Berr-y. -Leave Central at * 5 1-1 p
.nrt rtetil Dck,d rne sulkng++ . . E LN, .school, whose services are free to pupils. Auditor-John 0 Davis. - Leave Seneca City at * 5 48 p mn
.skuntk lhe bored a hole in the bot--. The way to kill a joke is tosay that i IV. B. MoDANIEL, A German Professor presides over theLevWstitra 60pm
.- -Proprietors and Publibhers. Mui and German Qepartments. Coun,/ Commiesionera-BJ Johnson Chai. Lieave Toocoa City at 6 64 pa
tomn to suck at, and tbe :ext time I iLs funny before you tell it. . May 81, 1877 Pay ments made in four installments rmnan-John T Lewis, Thos P l.ooper. Clerk Arrive at Atlanta at 11 18 p mn
,went_to_uy_a_drik_there_wrn'____,**.____-A. W. L.inAR will meet pupils at 'any County Coiinmissioners, C L Hollingsworth. In a'ddit Ion to these trains, there' are meo
'w obuTkyyu cuayppe. dHNDErAMNTHTOpin ndttkhhrgefrhm.Freuthrwoaregttr'p ndto houhfrih
-DoneO thr af.eyorcutypr' -F V~ Active Men selling nr Letter particulars and catalogue, addrass. TilJsie-aly ost-a risrnigrglry n fe xr
HUlmsryyu h8e aalreCpigBo.Nress or waTaused.---.. ak crgev of tWe. FoMr, urt,Mru fugr-thnraeJae A righisadto hog rih
Tributanl renTWhadn'cyeeA-EBarandledr aeJhe B-C ampe opywoth $800-f.e.tenditmpsr rrfnWni.DUgAMrLidel-PlknslyI., WTayo ---Dace.n. . ORErR
. Tala"'m sorany you that oy'll of4 Cairac.oying Bar.N rs EoEL3r Me'tuse0. 9C . n .R R. A.tewo W. LAMA, C. ife, JMBrSuserland-si.Ccreek. TJWa lli A traiansnsde
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