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ilow ,tho Slight Game/
ri*l|0 4M)ntiglirt Bomo^iince caino into
L...ii.,v an ma*
it will pour in through crazy shutters
find o?cr thetoarc floors just as chcor
ily as it fil.terfl through laco curtains
and t&^iKS5 i"rttof golfaen fragments
ovor velvot carp'Ots. Alld God's free
ah- cpo,; ^P.r(^p ^oU^,{ a:oouj as
well, ihou&ri) when it had crossod tlu?
v" ' , nrr T ;
decaying. rQofs ai)d lingered tor a
momentjpi} tj^p ,weather beaten sills
it was no longer pnro., ,
Do yon know what poverty it? A
gannL) AtrtrVed v\)inan with great
l i ??i_ ?ft
uiiiuit oyuo vtuiuu iuiu u iouk 01 uungs
or and terror, ns if tho shadow ol
late had clutched hor throat. A
bat1? room?not b'arfc, because it con
taincd an,bid' stovo, a wrotched bed,
a broken chair, a bench, and?but
nothing* mofo. Tlio gaunt, starved
face woman had bread to cat?bread
and nothing olbd/''' A' baro room?
bftfftd' and water'. 'I'llis is poverty.
ThWt'te vJlittt brings to the heart that
icofirt'^'of loneliness and grim despair
\vfiicii is poisoned out of lifo or
quenched, like a flickering light, in
tli^ groen waters of tho river which
crQoi?s softly past tho city and carries
roi.ir.i i i " ? " every
burden of sorrow and woo to
tho bosom of tho lake.
Why did this woman live? llad
life one charm for her? Perhaps she
asked herself these questions as she
sat with her face in her hands and
Icuakod ot)t upon the cold, chocrlcss
d^^JThero wero no tears in her
great black fcyes?only such a woe
and desnair that tho world nlmnl,!
haveT)ecn there to sec it and to have
painted it oh tlieir hearts.
^jFhtloj Wasted form on tho wretch
band oil the ragged
quilt?a vuico which told of hunger
and puin.vyeai'y wailing.
She bent over him, aufl fbi4 U momonl
f> mntlmi-'o l ?
Ml W> iUf V OlIUllU ill UUI |
eyes, and her wrinkled hand rested
on his palvj face with such tenderness
as only a mother has.
"Lift me up and let mo sou tlm
sunshine," ho whispered, trying t<?
put his arms around Lis mothers
'jTlicri is rio sunshine," sho whispered
in ropty, a eob in her tbrout.
"Kiss uio, mother, and call me
when tUb sunlight comes again," he
Sho knew that ho hud boon dying
for a week?sinking slowly and surely
into eternity, but sho had 110
frionds to call in?sho could only
weop ovor him and Pray God that
she mi<rht soon follow. With a ir.isn
| . ?"T
anu/t*>u^ oho pt'cssod her 1 ij)B to Ins
forehead, then turned away to sti ng
glo\yithhcr despair and her great
Tho cloudy, cheerless day faded
into dusk. She roused herself 1'or a
moment and peered through tho
<?1. niri ; C l.~? 1 '
^ v viii v v uv/. i j i ui uuj l 111 h i (j |) t ^
and thell bhu whispered will) her
thoughts again. And such was her
When tho darkness covcrod tho
baro floor as with a mantle, and
when eho could no longer see her
own poverty, tho buy suddenly cried
out:. .
'Mother! mother! Tho sunlight
has cornel"
'^Wot vet! dmir Neil?m.i
V - J ?? vx. Iivb j V/li LI ID
niglii uow."
t J too the sun?it lights all
tliu room?it bhizoa into inv lace! 'bo
"Thero is no en 11; it ia cold and
dark!" 6lie eobbjd.
"And it grows brighter! and I hear
such sweet mnsic! and I bco little
Tominyl" lie whispered while through
tho darkness she bhw his white luce
grow ladiant.
"Aro you not dreaming!" oho
"It was biicIi a bright ounl Tho
music is BO 'JWOv.ll" ho whist>t?ri?l
I? ~ j
clasping her liuiul.
tlJt i? tlui'k?it is night!" bIio gapped,
but ho did not hear.
Tlio sunlight had truly come, but
was tho sunlight, tho golden rays
reflected from tho gates of heaven?
And not ino uunliglit ot earth. The
inystei'ioubjcnrtain hiding tho valley
/I of death had lifted for his spirit to
i piiHB under, and woo had been left
belli i *
And of her? Auk the oljadows ol
li * i
*, I
nitflit?ubU the river.. Whntt ll?pv I
found his dead body aho was not
thord. They cannot find Her. ]jf ,
aho ia dead God will not judge her
harshly* r? v
Yankeo Trading. r ,,
A certain farmer, who in tho
coffee ,qC: a -year. iiuroliafeecl a
dred dollars worth of g?od&, (and ftl
ways paid for thoin,) called at the,
at ore of a village morchant, his rogn.
lar place of dealing, with I wo dozen,
brocms, which ho olTorod for sale.?
The morchant (who, by the way, is
fond of a good bargain} oxatninod
his stock and said:
*VVell, Cyrus, I .will givo you a
shilling apiece for tlicso brooms."
Cyrus appeared astonished at the
offer, and <iuiekly replied:
cOh, no, John, I can't begin to take
mat ior om no now; out i ll lot you
have 'em for twenty conts apipoo,
and not a cont loss.'
'Cyrus, you aro crazy,' rcpliod
John. 4Why, soo lioro,' showing him
a fine lot of brooms, 4ia an articlo . H
groat deal bolter than yours, (wliiclr
\vu8 not true) that I ftin retailing at
twelve and a liult cents apieco,''
(which was not true by bovou and a
halt' cents.)
'I don't caro for that,' answered
Cyrus; 'your brooms are cheap enu..?
'* I - i? < ?
ungii, uul juu uuu i uitvu uiiuu lur
less lit mi twenty cents, no how," nnd
pretending to bo nioro than halt angry,
shouldered his brooms and start
cd for the door.
The merchant, getting a little nervous
over tho probable loss of a good
customer, and tearing he n iglit go
to somo other storo and novor return,
'See here, Ojrne, hold on a while.
Tf 1 trivn voll twnnfv fm- vniii*
-- - n- ~ j j * ' J "V
brooms, I suppose you will not object
to take the price ot tliem in
'No, I don't carc if I do," replied
'Well, then,' said tho nurchant, 'as
you are an old customer; I will allow
you twenty cents apiece for this lot.
Let mo see?twenty times twenty
four make just lour hundrod and
eighty?yee, four dollars and eighty
cents. What kind of goods will you
huvo, Cyrus?'
'Well, now, Jolui, I reckon it don't
make any difference to you what
kind of goods I take, docs it?'
4Oh, no, not at aii, not alii' said tho
'Well, then, as it don't make any
difference to you, 1111 take tlio amount
in (hem brooms of yonni, at
twelvo and a hall cents apieil Let
mo sec?tour dollars and eighty cents
will get thirty eight brooms, and five
cents over. It don't make much dif
tbrenco, John, about the livo center
but as you aro a right clever felloe,
I beliovo I will take the clmngo in
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Atlanta & Richmond Air Lino Railway.
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Leave Westminster at 0 54 p in
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Leave Central at 10 57 p m
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l.eavo Greenville as 12 12 a m
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?<envo9partanuurgrat 11 04 p m
Lctivo (h'oenvillo nt 1 28 p in
Lcnvc Kasley nt 1 51 ft ni
Lcftvc Centra I nt 2 28 n in
I.tavo yUnooft City nt 3 00 a m
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Lenvo Tiiccoii City nt 3 31 a m
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Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and
California, apply to or address Ai.iikiit 11.
WiiKNS, General Emigrant Agent, Oflice No.
2 II. I. Kimball If oust, Atlanta, Oa.
No one should go Wost without first getting
in communication with the General
Emigrant Agent, and become informed as to
superior advantages, cheap and quick trans
portation of families, household goods, stock,
and farming in.plemonts generally.
All information ohcorfuUy given.
no:* Oni 0. P, & T. .V. .
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Canai- st., kuom Bixth to Brvk'nyii,'
111 CRM 0X1), : : VIRGINIA, %
Portable and Stationary* v
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, lloilcrs, Castings of
Brass and Iron, Porglngs, &o. I ? ^
A nnu rTM'rirh 4 t n trin \r wsth&
Iii nil its brandies, done by experienced hand#
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines*
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A number of
Becond-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited an I promptly done,
Oct 14, 7 1 /
./in/ Published, ill a Sc.ilcil F.nvtlope. P'ricf
Six Cents.
A Lccturo on llic Nature, Treatment, and
Radical euro of Seminal Weakness, or Spcrwmatorrhcea,
induced by Sclf-Abuso, Invo
.v.......j iiMnoaiuiio, 11itiiu^, nuryous i/c>
bility, and lir pediments to Marriage generally;
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits?
Mental and l'livsical Incapacity, &c.?By
ltOBERT .1. CU LYE It WELL, M. 1)., ftuthov
oi the "G recti Hook," &c. ?
The world renowned author, in this adrnrvablc
Leeturc, elcarly proves from Ills owtf
experience that the awful consequcnccs of
Self-Abuse may be effectually removed with- ?
out medicine, and without dangerous surgical
operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or
cordials; pointing out a mode of cure nt onco
certain and effectual, by which every sufforer.
no mailer what his condition may be, may
I cure himself cheaply; privately and radically.
liis Lccture will prove a booti to
thousands and thousands. Sent, under seal, in
a plain envelope, to any address, on rcccipt v
of six cents, or two postage stamps.
Address the Publishers.
F. 13RUG MAN & SON, *
M Ann St., New York: Post Offino Ttnr 4.r,Rf$
Jan 13, 1870 ' 19
I tako this method of informing my friends
(lint L will bo found in my otlicc on each
SATURDAY, for tho purpose of transacting
any business lliat comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties ns School Commissioner wifl
compel me to be absent in different- parts of
the county, I make this special appointment
for the benefit of all concerned.
11. A. HO WEN, ^
no'25 ly Scool Commissioner
WI'! want some one in every county to
take orders and deliver goods for ih?
old and original C. (). D. House. Largo cash ^
wages. Splendid cliatice? 111 every neighborhood
tor lho right person of either sex, young
or old. Samples, tree and post paid. Sena
for ii at once and make money at your homes.
Address. 11. J. HALL ? CO. ON. Howard
Street, Ilalsiinorc, J/d Oct
^1, 1873 8 3m
Wu lutvo Just rcplcuislicil our stock of merchandise
for Clio lull and winter trade.
1,tidies' iind fenllenicn's lmls and drees
good's generally liuvu received special attention.
Our Shoe Department
Is very full, amounting to nearly ono tliow^ g
sand dollars.
Om* Clcncral Nlotilc
Comprises nearly everything you nre likely
to need and will bo sold very low.
Haif Car Load.
Of best Liverpool Salt on liniul and for *8alo
two dollars per sack, which 1b
Than boforc the war. All arc respectfully in*
vitcd to call and see them.
Hester & Hester.
Central, S. C.. Oct. 28, 187-1.
Butler & McBee,
THE STATE AND OF tiik iimiih*
STATUS. ' . ""m
Sept 28 10 tf
Absolute divorces obtained
from Courts of different Stntea for desert
ion, &o. No publicity required. No
charge until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
40 Cm 1!>? Broadway, N. V.
pasEssae s. ?
TXTIIili give thoir nllention to the Practice
VV an J <o the Collection of Pensions*
Bounty Land and all other Claims.
Walhftlla, 8. C, Pickens, S, C.
Ji.lv 9.711. 1H71 1
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HAVING returned and permanently located
at Pickcnsvillo, respectfully off?rs
his Professional services (o the citiiens of (but
vicinity nml surrounding country. Charges
the mm sw i columns, from now
(o N?w Yc*rs, post pni-l, 00 eta. AMres* ' J
"The Sun," N. Y.
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