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B The fi?kcr p?d the billi,1
C The Cmrateatoqm^h????.
D The Doctor brought bia pill?. ,
E The Egg-man made tho custard,
F I Th* Fiddler played the viol,
G Tho Groooribrought *ho mustard,
H Tho Hatter showed hie tile.
'he Indian dancod fito dbw,
" o Juggler twirled tho balls,
."e fcitcVu-mald was busy,
Tho Ladies filled tho halla.
M Tho Milkman came and yelled ont,
N The Nara? abe laughed with glee,
O The Oyster-dealer shelled out,
P The Printer carno to BOO.
Q The Qaakcr seemed quite sober,
K The Reporter looked obtuso,
S The Sailor half-seas Over,
T Tho Tailor brought his goo?".
U Tho Union soldier shouted,
V The Villain slunk away,
W The Watchman was routed,
X The Excise man took pay.
Y The Yeoman tossed tho babies,
(A painful sight to aee,)
?J The Zany teased the ladies,
A This Soiree broke up at three.
THE AGONIES OF A IV ANOI.KK.
BY JOHN QUELL.
This thing of goiog n fishing and call?
ing it sport is ridiculons. Old Isaac
Walton was a deceiver, and his "Com?
plete Angler" is calculated to pervert
public monde, and lead the unsuspecting
stray. In my opinion it's nn over-rated
book, nnd ought to bo suppressed. It
encourages the idea that fishing is a gen?
teel pastime, which affords time for
meditation, and cnltivates a love for tho
beautiful in nature.
That this is all nonsense every man
knows who ever went a fishing in bin
life. I leave it to the sufferers if it
Don't you know that you go out and
nearly burst a blood vessel digging
worms for bait, and then you have to
dig a hole ns big as a rifle-pit before you
can lay your hands on one solitary
Then when you get to the water you
very likely sit down on some blackberry
bush or other, und undergo nearly as
mach physical sufferings as you do when
yon stick the fish-hook into your entiele
when you are trying to put the bait on..
When you once throw in, you begin to
watch the oork, and you look at it hour
after boor, until you nearly go blind,
and yon think you see about twenty
corks, and as it uever budge? une inch
all the time, you conclude that there
ain't any fish about, until you pnll up,
when you find that some well-balanced
and insidious member of tho finny tribe
bas sucked all your bait off.
After enough patient endurance to
start eight or nine Christian martyrs into
life, yon get a nibble. Yes, the cork
moves slightly, and you think you are at
last going to get a fish.
'You wutoh it elosely, while your mind
rans over the big fish you have heard of.
You think of Jouab, of whaling voyages,
and of the sturgeons you have seen
around on the wave.
Perhaps this is one of large size, and
you wonder if you hadn't better go nome
and get a dray to fetch it.
Supposes you were to catch the sea
serpent or a thousand-pound snapper!
and you involuntarily suggest soup to
yourself, while nil the time the cork
keeps bobbing np and down, until at
last she gives one jerk and goes under.
Got him, by George! Pull up, and there
is a wretched little fish on the hook, that
wouldn't satisfy the appetite of a sick
sardine, and be cost you just fourteen
worms-enongb to bait a ,-chool of mack?
Throw in again, wait for an hoar, and
you don't got a single nibble.
Then you think you are safe to let go
and light your pipe. No sooner do you
:?et the match, and you can't throw it
down because it's tho last one you've got,
than yon get a splendid bite; the cork
goes clear out of sight, and before yon
have a chance to pick up the rod the fish
Any man who says this isn't aggravat?
ing ought to die; he isn't fit to associate
with ordinary human beings.
But you try to encourage yourself by
saying that while there's life there's
hope, and that perseverance aud patience
jvereome all things, and by getting off a
lot more of old second class falsehood,
and throw in nguiu.
Wait for several centuries, if you cal?
culate according to your sufferings, and
never get any bites but one on tho calf
of your leg from a sixty-legged spider,
who has been on an exploring expedition
up your pantaloons.
Then you pull out and spit on the
bait for Inok; may be you blow on it,
if you i'.re superstitious, and you throw
in and get a bite. Yon pull up seve?
ral hundred times and never catch
Then you get mad; you bolieve it is
an eel, aud you swear to catch that eel or
die. You feel that life will be perfectly
joyless and destitute of happiness unless
you get a chance to put yonr grip on that
At last you booked him and drew him
oat. He is active and playful and'viva?
cious. Ho is a wriggler, and combines
himself into letters ? and 0 and X, and
mn? through the alphabet generally, and
slaps you in the face, aud gets around
your logs, and covers you all over with
Then he tangles your lino into a hard
knot, and when you get your foot on
him you find he has swallowed the book,
and jost ns likely as not yon've got to
rip that eel clear open, from head lo tail,
to get it out, and when you <lo ho will
-lTMlf'\ xl ff XA Til'
wriggle awu}from*you'aud annoy you M
long as yon stay there.
Eels never die:, immortality is their
strong point, ona~ they lay themselves
out to make yon abjectly miserable.
When you get all straightened out and
throw in again you wait for an hour, hoi
you only* get' about one first-class bite
during that time.. You pull up and von
have -on an enormous fish, and before
?rou get him near the ah ore he quickly
eta go his hold and drops bnok again
into his native element.
It is rough on you, I admit, but when
you go a fishing you've got to take it as
it comos without growling.
There is a kind of subdued melan?
choly about it-a regretful disappoint?
ment that it is pleasant.
How interesting it is when yon have
dropped the last one off, and you get
another bite, to make up your mind to
get this one anyhow, and then to con?
centrate all your strength, and pull up
with a violent jerk, and sling your line
back on to a tree, and have it wind
around the branches as tight as if it had
been pulled by a eteam engine, and in
such a bewildering condition that you
can't get it loose io a week.
This is calculated to make you URO hard
expressions, but not nuy more so thu . it
is to have your cork drawn under gently
and steadily, and go down, down, down,
until it is oui ol sight.
"A catfish, most probably," you say;
"they always pull in this manner." You
draw your lino in gently, and tho catty
tugs at the other end. "They always do
this," you observe.
You pull up slowly, GO as to keep him
on the hook, nud when you get your line
ont, you most probably find an old snng,
with moro branches than tho Pennsylva?
nia Railroad, and covered with mud, nud
not a solitary fish in the neighborhood;
while nil the timo there is a boy, with a
pin-hook and nn old hank of twine, who
is catching them so fast that ho can't bait
his hook, and tho ground is white with
them all around him.
I don't advocate violent language; but
if there ever is an occasion when the ten
commandeuts aro temporarily suspended,
thiri is it.
A.man is legally entitled to relieve his
pent-up feelings, and the moro so be?
cause when he gets up to go home ho
finds that his fish-hook has caught him
by the shirt, and that there is a puddle
deep enough to float a canal boat, just
where he has boen sitting.
Of course you can't go home without
fish, to be laughed at; so you go over
and try to buy them of the boy, who
not only tries to insult you, by asking
you if you "ketched any?" but feels that
he has yon in his power, and makes you
pay moro money than you could buy out
a whole oyster-sloop for.
No; I don't see any sport in it; and if
I wanted to make a man utterly wretch?
ed; if I wanted to hurt his feelings, and
break down his spirits, and ruin his mo?
rals, I would get him to go a fishing
about onco a week. I approve of abo?
lishing penitentiaries" and jails, and mak?
ing convicts fish for the benefit of tho
DRUGS, AND CHEMICALS.
FIS U ER-&?"?T?lNITSIif
r>R.ua Gr i sTs,
OFFER FOB SALE . a LABOE STOCK of
choico Drugs, Chemicals and Sundries, at
Low Prices, at Wholesale and Retail,
CALOMEL, MORPHIA, CASTOR OIL.
QUININE, OPIUM, EPSOM SALTS.
SUP. CARB. SODA, BLUE STONE.
TURPENTINE. KEROSENE OIL.
PATENT MEDICINES, ALCOHOL.
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, and
wholesale agente for HEINJTSH'S
Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Evo and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fine Goshen CHEESE, at G. DIERCKS,
Jan 23 At the Sign of the Wat ch.
Light! Light!! Light!!!
SAFETY and Economy combined, by using
the ORESOF.NT GAS GENERATOR and
ORESCENT Gib. This Oil is-non-explosive
and give? a brilliant light, without tho use of
lamp-chimneys, or the- trouble of cleaning
them. Kerosene Lamps altered to uso the
Crescent Oil and Oas Generator, at a trifling
expense. For further information and a sun
ply of Crescent Oil and Gas Genorator, apply
to J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
WANTED-AOENTH-To nell tho Ameri?
can Kui! ting Machine. Price $25. The
simplest, cheapest and beat Knitting Machine
ever invented. Will knit 2(),C00 stitches per
minuto. Liberal inducements to agonts. Ad?
dress AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINECO.,
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. May 293mo
WANTED-AGENTS-$75 to $200 per
month everywhere, male and female, to
introduce tho Genuine Improved Common
Sense FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This
machino will stitch, bom, fell, tuck, quilt, cord,
bind, braid and embroider, in a most superior
manner. Prioo only $18. Fully warranted for
fivo years. Wo will pay $1,0C0 for any mach ute
that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or
moro elastic seam than ours. It makes thc
"Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch
eau bo cut, and still tho cloth cannot bo pulled
apart without tearing it. Wo pay agents from
$75 to $200 per month and expenses, or a com
minsion from which twice that amount can he
made. Address SECOMB fe CO., Pittsburg,
Pa., Ht. Louis. Mo., or Boston, MaBs.
CAUTION.-Bo not bo imposed upon by
other parties palming off worthless cast-iron
machines, under the samo name or otherwise.
Ours is the only genuine and really practical
cheap machine manufactured. May 29 Bmn
Sardines ! Sardines ! !
IAfiA "AbF BOXES ?.\npiNES, al
. \ t\ t\J 30 cents per box by retail.
1,000 Quarter Boxes Sardinea.'at 25 cents per
box by retail. For salo by
May 20_J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
Para Corn Whiskey.
?\(\ Ubi.S. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for salo
??\f low to dealers. E. ft G. D. HOBE,
May 1 Agents Old North State Distillery.
T71YERYB0DY wb6 bas usc for a PUMP
DEEP WELL, and
8end for a circular. POOLE A HUNT
~\W???*i***:''i ' ; baltimore. MafytonW.
-Z-a CHOICE GUEEN AND BLACK
Ml H ^ canoa Italian Maeewoni,
;i|B Yoong America ;md Cutting
Froab Country Butter,
Primo Leaf Lard,
Extra Family Flour-in baga and barr?la..
Hocker's Self-Raising FJour, ' Zr
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider aud White Whie'Yin'ejjar,*.
Java, Laguara and Rio.Coffees, -'.
Orange Sugar-cured Hams,
Breakfast Bacon aud Country Cured Hams,
Jeffreys* and McEwen's Scotch Ales,
Barclay A Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wino and Cha. inagno,
Heidsiek Champagne and Claret,
All fresh, and for salo low bv
Juno 4_E. & Q. D. HOPE.
Pocket Corn Sheller.
SHELLS 6 buahela of corn por hour. A pmull
boy oin can use them. Any lady can nee
them. * " -ixht 1 pound. They supply a want
long noeuod. Will wear always. Takes every
kernel off tho cob. Trico, onfv $2.
April 28_J. A T. R. AG^NEW_
PURE CIDER VINEGAR, for table and
pickling purposes, tho same quality which
my customers have heretofore pronounced
'.tue best wo have ever used."
Whito Wino Vinegar-warranted.
Orange Brand HAMS-abo ve commendation.
Bologna Sausagea, Dessicated Codfish.
For Bale by GEO. SYMMERS.
Purifies the Blood.
For Salo by I?rueT?-S*t? IOver^rwliert;.
Claret and Cider.
1CA8K TABLE CLARET on draught,
Champagne Cider on draught,
Stock of \\INES unusually full, from com?
mon to finest crades, and offered at ver- ' ^w
pricea by OED. SIMMERS.
South Carolina Eailroad Company,
GENERAL SUI T'S OFFICE, APRIL 9,18C9.
taJbtS- THE following Sche
Jt9C5Bsuole for "Passenger
Trains will be observed from this dato:
DAY PASSENGER THAIN".
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 6.10 p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.45 a. m.
Will runMondaya, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Arriving in Columbia at.11.00 a. m.
Leaving Columbia at.2.20 p. m.
April 10 H. T. PEAKE, General Bnp't.
C. & S. C. and C. & A. Eailroad Co's.
SUPT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, April 10, 1869.
Sm ?pg rjagMMfa PASSENGER Trains
^BbaSbgWI TH? * will run as follows:
Leave Augusta, at. 7.40 a. m.
" Columbia, 8. C., at. 1.25 p.m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 8.10 p. m.
COMINO sou TB.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at.5.50 a. m.
" Columbia, 8. C., at.12.50 ?
Arrive at Augusta.6.15 p.
Through Ticketa on sale for principal points
North aud South. Baggage checked through.
Cloaeconnectiona made North and South..
Juno 28 CALEB BQUKNIGHT, Bop't.
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE,
United States Mail and Adams Express.
49- FOR THE KOKTH-ti
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD in direct
line to Petersburg, Richmond, Portsmouth
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York aud Boston.
To the North-west and West, via Raleigh,
Charlotte, Columbia and Bay Lino. ThiB ia a
aafe aud expeditious route for Through travel.
THROUGH TICKETS sold at:
New Orleans, Charleston, Richmond, Mobile,
Montgomery, Columbia, Portsmouth, Macon,
Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Charlott (, Augusta,
Petersburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta,
Now York, Greensboro. Louisville, Raleigh,
Salisbury, ARE GOOD ON THIS ROUTE. St. Louis,
Tho North Carolina Railroad connects with
tho Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, Raleigh
and Gaston Railroad, Richmond and Danville
Railroad, Western North Carolina Railroad,
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad.
Tho comfort of pabssngere consulted-their
baggage checked through and duly cared for.
AND PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Attached. Good water; no ferry nor trestle
works, and the entire management of tho Road
BO aa to seenro a Safe, Agreeable and QUICK
travel. ALBERT JOHNSON,
April 30Mmo Superintendent.
THE CENTRAL SHORT LINE.
CHARLOTTE k H. C. AND C. A A. R. R.,
COI.LMIIIA, S. C., April 10, 1869.
THE following- is the
nectiona sure to all points North. South. Wtat.
Going North. | | Going South.
Leave 7.40 am Augusta | Arrive 6.15 pm
" 1.25 pm Columbia " 12 50 pm
8.25 pm Charlotte | " 5.50 am
1.30 am I Greensboro " 12.15 am
" 11.15 am Richmond | " 2.45 pm
" 9 00 pm Washington *' 7.00 am
" 10 45 pm Baltimore | " 5.08 am
?? 2.35 am Philadelphia " 12.50 am
Arrive?.19 am New Y'ork | Leave 9 20 pm
Making close connections at Charlotte to ill
points North and East, and at Augusta ' all
points South and Weat. ?VBnggage chocked
through. Faro as low aa bv competing linos.
To mauro SPEED, SAFETY and COMFORT,
be sure and ask for Ticket- ria Columbia and
Orangeville. First-clasi Pating Houaeaalong
th? emil<? Route.
Ticketa by thiaroutoar< OPTIONAL-either
via Danville and Richmond. Weldon and Rich?
mond, or Weldon and Old Ray Lino-good until
used. For Tickets to all priooipal pointa North,
South or Weat, apply at Ticket Office, foot of
Blandiug street, or fer othci information to
C. BOUKMGHT, Superintendent,
Or E. lt. DORSEY, General Freight and Ticket
Agent. April ll
If Lin Street, above Taylor,
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ayBuHiness Carde, Programmes and
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determined to oftVr inducements to per?
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as to make the capital of South Carolina
the great centre of printing for tho State,
and THE PHONIX AND
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TERMS FOR 8IX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE
Daily Pluptiix $4.00; Tri-Woekly t2.50;
Weekly Gleaner il 50.
Persons rebiding on the Greenville, Au?
gusta and Charlotta Railroads can receive
the PHO?NIX, containing Telegraphic Mar?
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FOR Wrapping and Pattern Cutting,
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JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor Phoenix and Gleaner Printing Establishment.
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad.
BWSFS??SSP PASSENGER Trains rnn
aHcMHCSjKg daily QTrnpt Bnrday, con?
necting with Night Train on Charlearon"Road:
Lve Columbia 7.00 am Lvo Greenville COO am
" Alston 8.55 " " Andereon C.45
" Newherryl0.35 ?. " Abbeville 8.45 '?
Arr Abbeville 8.30 pm " Newberry 1.25 pm
"Anderson 5.15 " " Alston 3.00 "
"Greenville 6.00 " Arr Columbia 5.00 pm
Traine ou Rino Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lve Anderson 5.20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.00 am
" Pendleton fi.20 ?' ?? Pendleton 5.40 ..
Arr Walhalla 8.00 ?. Arr Anderson 6.40"
Tho train will return from Bolton to Ander?
son on Monday and Fridav mornings.
JAMES O'. MEREDITH. General Sup*?.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
ISr^J'HBOSS? THffollowinc ??the
Sschedule for Passen?
ger Trains over thia road:
Leave Charlotte..11.36p m Arrive. .11.35 p ni
" Greensboro 5.05 a m and 7.17 p m
" Raleigh 9.41 a. m. and 3.20 p. m.
Arrive Goldflhoro 12.25 p m Leave.. 12.80 p m
Through Passengers by this line have choice
of routes vin Greensboro and Danvilleto Rich?
mond, or Dia Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond
or Portsmouth: arriving at all points North ol
Richmond at samo time by either route. Con?
nection marlo at Ooldaboro with Passenger
Traills on Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to
and from Wi minpton, and Freight Train to
Weldon. Also tr? Newhera on A. A N. C. R.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
luWtlM'ifi? MAIL Trains on this Road run to
.SB^aiPreturn same day, to connect with
np and down Trains on Green ville and Colum?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurenp at 5
A. M.. Tuesdays', Thursdays and Saturdays;
and leaving Helens, at I SO P. M. sarao dava.
Jnlv 9 J. 8. ROWERS, Superintendent
Spartanburg and Union Bailroad.
t? UM M KU SCHEDULE.
CB^KRP ON and after tho 8th June inst.,
Passenger Trains will leave gpar
tanburg C. II. Tuesdays, Thursdajs and Satur?
days at 5 a. m., and arrive at Alston 11.80 a. m.
Returning same days, Jeave Alston et 13.SO na.;
arrive at Spartanburg Conit House 7.00 p. m.,
as per following Seht dole:
Doini Jrqtn. Uj> Train.
Miles. Arrivo. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg 0 5.00 7.00
I'acolct.10 5.45 5.4* C.12 6.15
Jonesville .. .10 0 25 0.30 5.1? 5.88
Union Ville... 2fl 7.16 7.40 4.b0 4.45
Sunt ne. 37 8.28 H Ha 3.37 3.45
Shelton.48 0.23 9.25 2.36 2.40
Lyles Ford. .52 9 40 9.50 ?.09 2.12
Strother.... 56 10.14 10 18 1.42 1.46
Abdon. 68 ll SO 12.80
June 5 THOS. ?. JETER, President.
Notice to Shippers.
COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. B. CO.,
OEN'L FBEIOBT AND TICKKT AGENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. June 18, 1869.
THIS road is now open for business, and is
prepaied to transport with REGULARITY
and DESPATCH FREIGHTS for Augusta, and
all points on its line; also, to points South of
Augusta. Wo solicit a share of publie patron?
age. For further information, apply at the
Freight Depot, foot of Blsnding street.
CALEB BOUKN1GHT. Superintendent.
E. R. DOUSKY, General Freight and Ticket
Anent. June 18 Imo
?)(\f\ LBS. GENUINE DURHAM-direct
?d\ t\f from the Factory,
400 Lbs. "OommonwnaUh,"
100 Lbf. "Bracelet."
April 20 JOHN C. SEEGER8.