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BY L. 2. M.
Are thp- only graves 'neath the church
yard flowers ?
Or in crypt and vault in this world of ours?
Nay; there be graves of depth untold,
That are not covered b) churchyard mou!d.
If the kind, green earth holds not all our
Say, do they yawn beneath seething waves?
Not so! There are graveq, both deep and
That are not hid by the ocean-tide.
Then whcre do they lie, if they do not be
In the fresh, green earth, or the deep, dark
In earth or in water these have no part:
They are carried deep in each human heart.
Every year, as the months slip by,
Some hope springs up, but to droop and
Then we.hasto to bury our dead away,
In its dark heart-grave, from the glare of
Every man as he lives his life,
Has some joy crushed in its fevered strife
Some cherished aim or high desire
Withered and blacked in the world's fierce
The truth and love that our manhood craves,
Often fade and fall into early graves,
As tie after tie from our age departs,
We bury them all in our aching hearts.
Though the graves of the earth be deep and
Though they cluster elose 'neath the ocean
They are nought to the graves where, with
We bury the hopes and the joys of our
A Coimsmoxr.-My teacher says I must
nd a subject and make a composition. I'll
try, but Its blamed hard an&takes good time
from useful employments such as kites, kit
tens and ker flops and marbles. But as ev
erybody is down on boys, and teachers the
worst, its no use tolook for sympathy, might
as wel look for blood outen a turnip, or a
bull pup ta let go bis holt on a cat. And yet
my teacher says boys are the future hope of
the country. If ,, and I am one of the
hopes, born to be somebody, I hope I'll be
everlastingly flabbergasted if something aint
made to burst wide open. That's so. But
its all gammon, it aint never to be, that is
with any of the stock in this region, for
though I say it myself a worse set of boys
never were seen than are to be found about
here. I might name a few, but that would
be telling tales out of school, aud I despise
talsbearers. There's them chaps up on the
hill, who ever seen the like of them. All of
them, from little to big, are too much of men
to go to Sunday School, and very few to
church, and when they go there they stand
outside and smoke and talk and laugh till the
people Inside are tired out, and invite them
to come In, or go about their business, and
this aint all, they behave bad inside the
church and disgrace their families. Future
hopes indeed. Its enough to make a dog
laugh, it Is. And the girls aint a bit better,
take them right over the way yander, aint
they some, well, you bet. But I havent any
thing particular against them, they are as
nature made them and arenotmuch to blame.
BaLmy composition alnt made yet. If Ihad
a tongue hanging in the middle like that
everlasting gal rouud the corner, who comes
to our house every day and eats up the lunch
and cake put up for us boys, and talks like
mnd,EIcould do iteasy as falling off a log,
but as a future hope I give in its a hard job.
To make a composition one must be com
posed and I sint, since that gal came in this
morning and told mother such a whopper,
that I kissed her. There's composition tea1
which is capital for colds, I mightmakesomte
of that forlr.--, ndhe has a cold too,
forlI seen him wiping his nose on his- coat.
tail this very meann. Then there's corn
position which printers use for ink rollers,
and lots of other compositions much easier'
made than the kind expected of me. If I just
had a subject, a good, easy one, and plenty
of time to fix is up in, I wouldn't care a cent,
butlI'm stuck. The end.
If the boy who wrote the above com,p. will
stick to it we warrant before long he'll have
subjects enough to write about, and we are
glad that this one missed its destination and
fell into our hands. Another just like it will
JEFFERSON'S TEN .RULES.-Jef
ferson's ten rules are good yet, es
pecially so for those who have the
tra'ninlg of the pupils in our pub.
lic schools. They are so short and*
concise, and embody so much of
value that it would be well if they
were clipped and put where we
could see them often. They read
1. Never put off till to-morrow
what you can do to-day.
2. Never trouble another for
what you can do yourself.
3. Never spend your money be.
tore you have it.
4. Never buy what you do not
want because it is cheap.
5. Pride costs more than hunger,
thirst and cold.
6. We seldom repent of having?
eaten too little.
7. Nothing is troublesome that
we do willingly.
8. How much pain the evils
cost us that never have happened.
9. Take things always by the
10. When angry, count ten be
fore you speak; if very angry,
count a hundred.
GOOD Ru.Es.-Jacob Abbot's
rules for the government ofchildren
will apply to teachers as well as
When you consent~ consent cor
W'hen you refuse, refuse finally.
When you punish, punish good
Commend often. Nover scold.
Print the above in letters of -
gold and hang up in sight.
Milwaukee lady has just buried
her seventh husband. She mar
ried in 1855, at the age of seven
teen, took her second husband in
'59, her last in '70, and she wants
the eighth during the current
"He snores and she has to hunch him," is
leadigto a divorce in high life, at Water
SIMPLE CURE FOR aUEADACHE.
Take a pinch of salt, and sn Eff it
up your nostrils until you_ can
taste it in your throat. Do zot
blow your nose for a considerable
time, but, as the water runs, snuff
it-up until you can spit it out of
your mouth. In changeable weath
er, or if you feel any return of it,
repeat the remedy.
Hooker used to say, "If I had
no other motive for being religious,
I would most earnestly strive to
be so for the sake of my mother,
that I might requite her care of
me, and cause her widow's heart
to sing forjoy."
The Levant Times reports a tremen
dous hail storm in the Province of
Adrianopie. The stones were of the size
of vralnuts, killed two thousand sheep,
thirty cows and ten horses, besides par
tially destroying the crops of fout teen
"The enduring monuments of Fenimore
Cooper are his works. While the love of
country continues to prevail, his memory
will exist in the hearts of the people. So
truly. patriotic and American throughout,
they-should find a place in every American's
A NEW AND
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D. Appleton & Co., announce that they
have commenced the publication of J. Feni
mor'e Cooper's Novels, in a form designed for
general popular circulation. The series will
begin with the famous "Leather-Stocking
Tales," five in number, which will be pub
lished in the following order, at intervals of
about a month:
I. TE LAST OF THE MOcICANS.
IT. TE DEESLYER. IV. THE PIONEERs r
III. TaE PAT2mEx. V. THE PRAIRIE.
This edition of the "Leather-Stocking Tales" f
will be printed in handsome octavo volumes,
from new stereotype plates. Each volume S
superbly and fully illustrated with entirely c
new designs by the distinguished artist F. 0. r
C. Darley, and bound in an attractive paper
cover. Price, Seventy-five Cents -per Vol
ume, or 3.75 for the complete set. The se
ries, when completed, will make, bound. an
elegant library volume, for which binding
cases will be furnished at a moderate price.
PRIMIs AND CLUE TEM.
T These club terms are designed specially
for towns where there are no local
Any person sending us the amount in ad
vance for the complete set of the "Leather
Stocking Series," $3.75, will receive gratuit
onsly a handsome steel-engraved portrait of I
J. Fenimore Cooper, of size suitab?e for bind- 2
ing in the volume. Any one seuding us the
amount in full for four complete sets of this
series (S15), will receive an extra set gratuit
ously, each set accompanied by the steel por
trait of Cooper. The volumes of the series
will be mailed to each subscriber, post-paid,
as rapidly as published, and the portrait im
mediately on the receipt of the remittance. t
D. APPLEToN t CO., Publishers, d
549 & 551 Broadway, New York. n
Mar. 6, 18??.
The Christian Neighbor
Is published every Thursday, in Columbia,
S. C., by
SIDI H, BIOWNE, Editor and Proprietor.1
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M. E. Church, South, is private property.
And excepting a weekly of the A frican M.
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BOR, a Methodist paper of any sort pub
lished in South Carolina, or within a hun
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Address: CHRISTIAN NEIGHBOR, -
May 22, 21-tf. CoLUMBA, S. C.
D. W. OWERS, I]
MAKES AND REPAIRS *
BUGGIES, WAGONS, &Vs, ~i
Shop on Main Street, near Depot, and on 1
corner of road leading to Helena.
All v. 'i warrante.d to be done i:n good l(
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Jan. 3, 1 -ly,
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rormerly Called The ilustrated Family
A MAMMOTH REPOSITORY OF GOOD
READING. Science. Art, Stories, Poetry, Eti
uette, Fashions, Farm, Garden, Household -
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Already reaches rtvxEBUN~DatD post ofiices in
:he South alone, and has a reading circulation of
rear THIRTY TgoUsAND.
That its already immense circulation may be
ixtended until it reaches all lovers of good read
ag,.the publihers are receivingx subscriptions at.
miy One DollarsaYear, and sending to eve-ry i
ubscriber a splendid premium package contain-i[
ng THIRTY diD&rent articles, among which are l
;helatestkashionable Tinted, Initisied7and French|'
itationery, Perfumed Sachet, Pens, iPencil, and Ich
:hoice of a piece of Jewelry. The premium in c x
nost places, would cost more than a dollar. An .
xtra copy and premium sent free for a club of -
lye. V. atches, Sewing Machines, Pianos, Die-'i
tonaries, Albums, Silver Ware, given for clubs. I
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mpers and premium, and raime aclub. Send One!
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o cover expeses for mailing premium.
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JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
A weekly paper, published at
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Distributed Gratis in the city
Parties living in the country can get it a
)ne Year by enclosing $1 to defray wuail-: da
ag expenses, &c. Address Iof
REFEREE OFFICE, tin
Key Box, No. 22, Charleston, S. 0.-j tel
MY stock of the above goods is
jonsisting of most all of the
DF THE SEASON,
knd at somewhat
[han ]ast year.
Give me a c.l and see for your
Apr. 5, ;4-t,.
VND GET YOUR PICTURES
YOU will find the work 0. K-not K. K.
-and keeping pace with the tines and in
Just received a fine lot of ALBUMS, both
>ook and revolving, and a splendid lot of
iew and beautiful Stereo's.
Call at once on the fr'end who is always
eady and anxious to please his patrons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 35, 4-tt.
is8's Metallic Hurial Cases,
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
and a fullassortment of the above approved
ases, of different patterns, besides coffins
If his own make, all of which he is prepared
o furnish at very reasonable rates, with
romptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
ailroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
urnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the s-b
criber respectfully asks for a continuation
f the same, and assures the public that
o effort on his part will be spared to render
he utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
EWDERRY FH illALt
- P. PIFER, M. A., : Principal.
[iss FANNIE LEAVELL, 8: Assistant.
to. F. WERBER, Musical Dep-*
THE Exercises of the above School will
e resumed on the 3d JANIARY, 1872.
Tuition from $2.50 to )4.50 per month.
'o Incidental Fees.
Pupils will be charged from date oi en
rance to the end of the Session. No rc
uction e:cept in cases of protracted ill.
For particulars, &c., apply to
S. P. B00ZER~,.Esq., Sec. B'd.
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Dec. 27, 52-tf.
1RATT'8 A8TAl1 0ll[
WMIL NOT EXPLODE
This CELEBRATED OIL
or sale, in quantities to suit
MOTTE & TARRANT'S
Feb. 28, 9-tf.
IHLLINEltY S T C K
u the up countryv and receiving daily addi
ons by E.cpress, at
A pr. 26, 17-tf. D. MOWER'S.
Robert Joyner, Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Joyner, Clerk.
f Board, per Day.............8 00
ipper, Breakfast and Lodging..2 00
ngle Meals................... 1 00
Sep. 8th, 1869.
THE First Edition of Two HUNDRED
5o::sAND copies just published. It is ele
mntly printed on fine tinted paper, in Two
LORs, and illustrated with over Thre
undred Engravings of Flowers and
WO COLORED PLATES.;
The most beautiful and instructive Cata
gue and Floral Guide in th~e world-1
2 pages, giving thorough directions for
e culture of Flowers and Vegetables, or
iwenting grounds, maaking walks, &c.
A Christmas present for my customers,
it forwarded to any who apply by mail,
r Txs CENS, only one-quarter the cost.
Address, JAMES VICK,
Jan. 3, 1-sf. ROCHESTER, N. Y.
something New!I I
)ne of the most complete Sewing Ma
ines ever offered to the public. Call and
amine those on exhibition at the store of
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Feb 70G tf
FOR YOUR MEALS
N.Breakfast Going Upi and Dinner
n1 Going Down.i
FRIS eligihic, commodious and well fur
Ihed HOUSE, recently kept by Mr. Jor
1 P. Pool, is now under the umanagemcnt
Mr. S. B. Calcutt, who will spare neither
ie nor means to make it a first class Ho
Sept. 6, 3871.
SPRIG CLOTfliG AND HATS
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARD & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(Successors to Childs & Wiley,)
ARE NOW OPENING the most ELEGANT READY MADE
CLOTHING for MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN that has ever been in thisF
market, and we intend to sell them AT THE VERY LOWEST FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
MOTTE & TARRANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
WOULD call the attention of the public to their large and
well selected stock of
DYE STUFFS, &c.,
Together with a large and well selected stock of
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh and Shaving Brushes, Sponges, &e., &c.,
LAMPS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
Agents for the CELEBRATED t
NON-EXPLOSIVE "DIXIE LAMP,"
Which needs no Chimney, and gives a more briliLut light than any Lamp in
the market, at LESS COST.
Our Stock having been bought at CLOSE FIGURES, we a-e prepared to
offer the same at LOW PRICES, both WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Price Lists scnt by mail on application. and all orders entrusted to our canre
will receive prompt attention. It
Thankful for their previous patronage we solicit a continuance of the same
from our friends and the public.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
J. WARD MOTTE. H. P. TARRANT.
Sep. 20, 38-tf. -
MO T TBE'S TNIW STITIONERllO[SE8I
LIVER INYIGOR11TOR~ E.Ss STOKES
HA utopened, in the new and hand
AND some building immeditely pposite the;
Phonix office, on Main street, a completei
Dyspeptic Remedy. sto' o
STA TIONE RY,
FOR THE RIELIE F AND CURE- OF Cmprising Leter, Cap and Note Paer, of
Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Liver, Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
Jaundice. Gall Stone Heart-Burn, Idium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
and all Disordersresult- sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or1
ing from manufactured into Blank Books of any~ site,
Derangement of the LIVER. and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
a I style, at short notice.
It is apleasant laxative, moving ENVELOP'ES
the bowels .gently and surely, but In endless variety---all sizes, colors and quaIl
without pain ; and is wonderfully ties.
adapted to cases of Habitual Constipa-' BLANK BOOKS
tion, Torpidity of thie Liver. It cures Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Sick and Nervous Hlead-ache, Colic, Books, 'Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Flatulency, and is an effective remedy IBooks,Receipt Books, Note nok .
in affections of the find a complete stock of materials for their* i
KIDNEYS AND DLADDER. Eao' ifl"Pe *fa
Paper, Peucils, Water Colors, in cakes anda
MOT TE & TARRANT, boxes,3Brushes, Crayons, Drawing rens. F
-SOLE PROPRIETORS, SCHOOL STATIONERY
N E WBE RR Y S. C. Of every description; a great variety of cou
Mar. 29,veni-f-ndp useful articles for both Teachersn
Mar. 9, lt-tf.andr.pils
E _* Phtrh Albums,. Writing Desks, PortH
~~ ~~, ~4 folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
VIIJTORIA TONIC BITTERS, i~5 FANCY ARTICLES.
ENT/I LY VEBETABLE. GudPencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rbe
;FORt THE CURE OF INKS
9 s1pia d~ B lack, an lve,ue, violet and Carmine, Indelible
yspesia,guean eer,and Copying; ucilage; Ches.t and Back
Billions Diseases, Gene- Fgammon Men and Boards: Visiting and wed- TI
s ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
ral Diebility, anu all First Olass Stationery House, G
lImpurity of the IWhich the subscriber intends this shall be. G
Blood He wIll still conduct his BINDERY and oF
- ~ ------- PER-RLIN ( STABLISHMENT, which -
It excites healthy appetite, invigorates has been in successful operation for over .
the Digestive Organs, is devoid of all that thirty years in this State, and to which he "n
dreadful poison-Fusil Oil, and imparts a will continue to devote his own personal at "
most agreeable, warming, and cordial eifect tention. IIis stock will be kept up full and Fal
to the Stomach. It exhilarates the spirits, complete, and his prices will be found always at
relieves pain,. nnd is r st woniderfully eli- reasonable, and he hopes to hayc a share of z
cacious in all debilities and irregularities ofpatronage.ER.SO S,Mi Stet,
Females. It will prove aL posit: prvetiv Nov. 15, 40-tf Opposite Phonix Office.
in all MAL ARIAL CONTAMINATION._____
MOTTE & TARRANT, GEO. S. HACKER,
Nanufacturers and Sole Proprieters, Door, Sash, and Blind Factory,A
NEWBERRY, S. C. F '
Mar. 15, 11- tf. F CH ARL ESTON, S. C. TI
GOOD BRICKS! F
At the Brick Yard
OF This s s large and complete a Factory ed
E. H. CHRISTIAN. V ee no orhernwroilc
Oct. S5, 43-tf. try orders.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
CUSTOM made pegged CALF IAddress GEO. S. HACKER, P. 0. Box ~
BOOTS. and warranted. 17tJ, Charleston, s. C.
Fac tory and Warerooms, King Street, op.
For sale by D. W)WER- posite Cannon St., on line et City Railway.
Nov.3 4 .--tf. Sep 0, 3e-. |a.
~R1 B .b'. FAJT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY commends to the confidence of the community his populir prepara.
ions, which are manufactured under his own sbpervision, with great care, and which
nay be relied upon for their purity and eficacy.
Fant's Tonic Bitters,
,omposed of the best antiperiodic Tonics known to the Medical Profession.
FANT'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK,
k most palatable Cordial, particularly recommended to persons of weak habit, and to sr
is reside in low, damp situations, where the nervons system is, more or less, relaxed.
Fant's Compound Syrup.of Sarsaparilla, Queen's Delight, &c.
This preparation will purify the blood and eliminate mercury from the system.
Dr FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
In Invaluable Remedy for Children suffering from Teethiug, Indigestion, and Bowel Affec
My stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Ize fresh, large and complete, all of which I guarantee to be Chemically PURE.
Also a large and well selected variety of
PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
3oth Foreign and American.
WINES AND LIQUORS of purest qualities for Medicinal purposes.
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at any Hour of
the Day and Night.
Dec. 6, 49-tf.
THE uudersigned having established his office at Edgefield, as General Agent for
he Cotton States Life Insurance Compary, intites attention to one or two of the ad
antages offered those who may desire to effect insurance on their lives in a safe Home
Having established the office for the above Company in Columbia, we invite at.
ention to one or two of the advantages offere. to them who may desire to effect
nsurance on their lives in a safe Home Company:
The Board of Managers at a recent meeting, passed unanimously the following reso
"Resolved, That in view of the fact that there are unusually large sums paid for
,ife Insurance, to the Companies of the North and East, which sums, being there
nvested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections, whilst our own South is
ready in need of cash capital to prosecute successfully our Agricultural and Mechani
al enterprises ; it is ordered, that for the purpose of retaining these sums in our
aidst, hereafter a certain proportion of the net cash receipts from premiums, amount
ng to not more than 70 per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
le in accordance with the regulations of the Company, in those sections from whicb
he said premiums are attained."
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
GORGR S. O'BEzr, Sec'y.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last An
nal Statement shows that the Company possesses, besides its large Guarantee, $170
or every $10 of its liability.
M. W. ABNEY, General Agent.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resolution of the Managers, the Company proposes
o establish Board4 of Supervisory Tristees in each County end Village in the State, who
~ill supervise all investments.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PREMIUM RECEIPTS, from any locality where
here is a Board of Trnstees, will be returned and invested with its Policy Holders ;
hereby making the "Cotton States Life," a HOME COMPANY to every Policy Holder.
kpplications for loans from any locality will be made through its Board of Trustees,
rhose approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
ellaterals are acceptable by the Directors at the Home Of!ice in Macon, Ga. No safer
ivestment of the accumulating assets of a Lire Company can be made than with its Poli
y Holders, and the above plan, so liberal and just, is now offered to the people of New
erry. The privilege of using a portion of the Company's assets, is extended to every
ne of its Policy Holders. I therefore propose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
ewberry, and at any other point in t'ce District where desirable.
Mar. 27, 13-tf B. F. LOVE LACJE, Canvassing Agent.
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frtP aten fMudns mkn vr1000feto ad o ae tNwYr rcs
anelpecs Do adW nowFamsmaetoore a hotnoie.Sai ai,Nees n
DR$ lori ng.a o h cceliofW ther oard thest twent yeards, d , are Oe a nde
uTe ol ralntca Mhan, ashlnd and d o orr Maer, y'rae
Go cayn ousnti Wr musies inths chepy.'saliheta cnb ad nte ntd'
W. P. RUSSELL & CO., East End of Hazel Street,
Op csite Wando Fertilizer Works, and in the immediate vicinity of Charleeson and Pavilion
ll work shipped by us is at half price, to-wit: 65c. per 100 lbs., over the So. Ca. Rt. R.
JATOOSA SPRINGS.' G E RM A N
'ONDERFUL F'OUNTAINS OF HEALTHSO TIN O IA
tE BRwITFsT SFOT IN THSE SUNNY soUTit. Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Cm
Are located in the Piedmont region, off DI A ntG ofCide.Crs Ci
eorgia, twent y-five miles southeast ofDIRH ,
attanoogs, Tenn., and within two miles IDYSENTERY,
the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
These Springs, fifty two in nu:mber, em-. COLIC,
ee every variety of mineral water found And other Diseases, incident to the period
the famous mountains of Virginia-- of Dent:ition. 2
aite, red and black sulphur, Alleghany, IUnlike the "Soothing Syrups," new sok
lhaling and ch.ilybe'ate, magnesian soda widely used, this CORDIAL contains
d iodine; as also the waters characteri- t
2the Montvale Springs, of Tennessee, NO ANODYNE, it
ch are to befud hereGeorgabundane, Or other injuriouta Drug. It is composed of -
thin the compass of this "Magic Vale," the very best materials, and should be
AFFORDING A GERTAIN CURE found in every .Nursery. The' best physi
rDvspepsia, Rheumatism, Gout, Liver reomnit
impaints, Serofula, all kinds of Cutaneous IMANUFACTURED BY
fections, and in fact, every disease that D r. H . B A E R, *
mani flesh is nelr to.
IE HOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINGS CHARLESTON, S. C
Sin thorough condition, newly painted, 'Frslby OTE& ARA ,I
d entirely new appointments.NweryS.CMa;ltf
'HE TABLE WILL BE FIRST-CLASS
every particiular. A magnificent ball- ~ 1A\T ,A P P
ym, 100 '.y 30) feet, and elegantly fitted j5L....a-~L~
riors. Billiard andi bar.roo-n 75 feet long,I
d a capacious bowling saloon. ' Sibefo w llrp .
Direct telegraphic and postal communi- D f N R
The buildings and grounds will be bril
ntly illuminated with gas, and every at- R ES & C RR L, j
ction will be afforded the visitors to Ca
sa SpringsSH IG AN HAR DL IG -
'he above Watering Place will be open- S L 0 0 t '
to patrons June 1st, 1872, by otofhePlckH s, a
W. C. HEWITT,
Late of Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.C LU IA S. .
ue 19, 25-if. Bo el itdadfrihd n e.
TO RENT. . ms prvdsy~. Nv 2 7
& desirableiStable foainwetreet.es.
ma,aplyto . OWR. orsaDe.y .MOWER.
Greenville & Clvmbia Railroad.
Daily, Sundays excepted, c0=8ct,r Wnth
"Ilht Tralus on South (;ar0jj=. FAilroad, ap
an down, also with Trains ag orth an
South on Charlotte, ColuMBIa and Augusta
Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia and An
Leave Columbia 7.46 a m
" Cokesbd-'-'-------..11.16 a sa
. . .. ...................... 2-Z pm
e-.................. .10 p m
Leave Greenville.. . .......... 6.80 a a
L e- -lle -................20 a m
a-.--------------- --..........1015 a I
is. bb.. c... .................. 8.14 &I
44Alston. ..... 8-2DpmI
Arrive Columbia.... .....'.......10 =
ANDEESON BRA NCR AND I.VE RIDGE DIVISION.
Leave Walhalla s. ... 4.46a m
" Anderson-..-------........... 7.10 a m
Arrive at Belton.................. 8. aI
Connecting with dow train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at....----------------............. 4 p m
Anderson ....... ...........- 5.30 p m
9 Pendleton..... . ..-..~...... 6.30 pm
Perry rile..---...........7.16 p m
Arrive at Walhalla...........- 7.50 p m
Accommodation Trains will be run on Branch
Roads on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Cokesbury for Abbeville at..... 10.20 a u;
" Abbeville for Cokesbury....... 1.30 p 3z
Leave Belton for Anderson at........ 825 a m
" Andeison for Belton..............2.30 p m
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt
M . T. BARTLzTT, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9,1871.
ON and after SUNDAY. the 11th instant, Pas.
senger Trains upon this Road will arrive and
leave as follows:
XAIL AND PAs8=Oza TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at.......... . 7.40 p m
Arrive at Charleston at....................... 3.20 pm
Leave Charleston at ........................... 8.20 a m
Arrive at Columbla at........................... 3.40 p m
NIGHT EXPAISs, VaMGT AND ACCOXXODA
TION TRAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at........ .......6.50 pm
Arris - at Charleston at...........7.0 mM
Leave Charleston ..............70 p m
Arrive at Columbia at... ............. 6.40 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will continue
to run to Columbia ap formerly-Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta L R.
COLtXIA S C., March 29. 187.
ON and after MONAY, April 1, the Pas
;enger trains over this Road will run as follows:
Train No. 1. Train'%
[Aave Augusta..........6.46 A. X. 6.80
Leave Columbia.......IL.45 A. M. 11.10
Arrive Charlotte........6.10 P. 3. 5.0 A.
Leave Charlotte.........7.10 A. 31. 6.30 P.
Leave Columbia.........1.15 P. M. 1.49 A.
Arrive Augusta. .15 P. M. 6.80 A.
No.1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sunda
excepted. Both trains make close connection to
il ts North, South and West. No.1 Train
na-es close connection at Richmond for Virgin
Throufh Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
ll principal points.
Stanrd Time-Washinon S7t Time.
E. P. A L.XAN ER, S 't.
E. R. Donsz, General Freight and iket
Lgent. June 21.
inmmer Sdwadule Spartanburg and Union
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
;partanburg.... 5.0 5.25
atesvile....... 6.00 6.00 458 4.53
Pacolet.....6.8 6.13 4 40 4.45
lonesville.......6.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Jalonville......7.25 7.50 3 06 3.25
iantue.......... 8.20 8.26 2.80 2.35
lFish Dam-.......... 8.40 8.46 2.10 2.15
shelton........9.16 9.20 185 1.40
Lyles' Ford......9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
strother......... 10-06 10.10 12.50 12.56
Liston..... ...... 11.00 12.00
ay3,87.THOS. B. JETEE, President.
W. L. GOURDINE,
Respectfully announces that he is
repared to cut and fit gentlemen's
uits to their entire satisfaction. Hav
ng had a large experience in the tail
iring business, and being constantly
upplied with the latest New Yor~k
?ashions, he feels no hesitancy in ask
ng for patronage. Work promptly
[elivered. Terms moderate.
o making sack coat............ 4 00
o cut and make pant.............. 2 00
'o cut and make vest............. 2 00
'o cut and make walking coat......5 00
'o cut and make fine blsek frock coat.. 8 00
'o cut snit of clothes............. 1 00
THE CHARLESTON NEWS,
DAILY, Tal-WEEELT, AND WEEKLY,
RIORDAN, DAWSON & CO.,
OrrrCE No. 149 EsT BAT STRE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
he Daily News---------------.............. .68 a year.
he Tri-Weekly News----......,......4a year.
he Weekly News---.........32 a year.
The Charleston News has a larger circulation
ian any other Paper in the Southeastern States.
Transient Advertisements for the DaiIl Edi,
on. first insertion. 15 cents a line, of sold non.
reil: sbsequent insertlone, 10 cens a line.
Southern Musieal Journal.
udden & Bates, Publishers, Savannah, Ga.
Published monthly at the low price of $1.00 a
ear "A first class magazIne of it kind, beaut!
tiy gotten up, and most ably edited. Thor
igl Southern in its tone it shoud be found in
rery.musical fai l throughout the South. It
ntains each month sixteen pages, sheet musie
ze, of Musical sketches. Hints, Crrespondence,
elange, Instructive-Edito,rials Southern Must
LI Notes, Vocal and Instrumental Music, etc.
en Dollars worth of choice music given during
eyear. By a special arrangment we can offer
is magazine as a premium or suoscribera, to
e HIEALD, or will furnish the Journal and
-aA LD together for 3285. Address all orders
Newberry HEnAI.D. Mar. 27, 13-tf.
Columbia, S. C.,
This pleasantly located Hotel, unsurpassed by
y House in the South for comfort and healthy
aityg with nopean to Travelers and others
ka accommodation. Families can be fur
wthnice, air rooms- on reasoaable
rms. "A call is solicte.'' My omnibus will
at the diferent depots.
Jan 1 SARAH L. WRIGHT.
For the Fire Side, Farm & Garden-29
ges-ONr.Y FImv crrs A TEi. Try it
r one year. You will he sure to get your
oneys worth of sound information. Sn
ty cents to
"T HE FARM & GARDEN."
Nov. 8, 4,5-tf. Clinton, S. C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
[ HE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an'.
nouncing that this elegaty.furnished
sablishment is now open for the accom
odation of guests. The table will always
supplied with every delicacy of the sea'.
mn-both from New York and Charleston
arkets, and no efforts will be spared to
ye perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to
Jan 1 WM. GORMAN.
200 Barrels and Sack Flour, in store
ad to arrive,
From $7.50 to $10 per barrel.
Nov 29 D). MOWER.
ALL parties indebted to me by
[emorandumn Account, or in ay other
ray, are requested to pay the same at
ace D. MOWER.