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BY ONE OF TER AUTHORS OF 'CHILD-WORLD."
Tho swallow in the church's eaves
Looks down with pious prideful eye,
On common birds who build 'mid leaves
And live betwixt the earth and sky.
Only Earth and Heaven-only
Sky above and earth below;
Lonely, lon-ly. ye y lonely,
Must the birdies be, you know.
The swallow twitters loud and long,
Because he feels he is the best:
But never framed so sweet a song
As yonder linnet in her nest.
Only Earth and Heaven-only
Sky above and earth below:
Lonely, lonely, very lonely,
Must the birdies be, you know.
When lovely summer-times forsake,
And swallows fly away in herds,
Alas! I think our hearts would break
But for the little common birds,
Only Earth and Heaven-only
Sky above and earth below;
Lonely, lonely, very lonely,
Must the birdies be, you know.
The swallow is so grand and good,
He could not stay for ills unknowr;
G little songsters of the wood,
How glad I am you are our own!
Only Earth and Heaven-only
Sky above and earth below;
Lonely, lonely, very lonely,
Mu;t the birdies be, you know.
TRIcKs IN ALL TRADES BUT OLRs.-A
case of enterprise on the part of a Lon
don newspaper reporter has recently
come to light, which reflects more credit
upon the indastry and ingenuity of its
originator than on his honesty. Our
readers may possibly remember reading
accounts of a discovery made in London
in 1857 of a carpet bag containing hu
man ?mains, which discovery .aused
great excitement and fur::ished material
for numerous articles unde, the title of
"The Waterloo Bridge Mystery." Al!
the detectives of London were at work
on the case, and all were thoroughly
baffled. Lately the matter has been
brought into notice again by a British
soldier stationed in India avowing himself
to be the person who threw the sack with
its contents into the river; but as his
story was found to disagree with the
statements published in the newspaDers
at the time of the discovery, it was con
jectured that the soldier had lied about
the affair in the hope of being sent home
to England. The revival of the subject, I
however, has had the effect of bringing
out a letter from an old sub-editor, who
writes to the Birmingham Gazette that
the whole affair was the result of a
scheme concocted by an impecunious
penny-a-liner in order to supply ma
terial for an exciting newspaper article.
The human remains contained in the
sack were procured by the reporter from
a dissecting room, and the sack was let
down from Waterloo Bridge b'y a confed
erate, r-ho was disguised as a woman.
The tric's succeeded, th'n originator of the
scheme was first on the ground with the
news, and all London was set agog by
the rumors which gained currency in re
gard to the "borrible mystery," which
has never been explained until now.
DEAT! or DR. LOWELL MAsoN.-The
death of Dr. Lowell mason is announced ;
he died at his residence at Orange, N. J,
at the advanced age of eighty-one.
Dr. Mason is prominent among Musical
teachers and composers. He was born
in Medfleid, Mass., in January, 1792,
and commenced teaching music at a very.
early age. lie removed to Savannah,
Ga.; in 1S12, devoting himself to musical
pursuits, publishing his first composition
in church music in 1821, at Boston,
"The Handel and liayden Collection."
The success of this collection was such
that in response to overtures repeatedly
mlade to him he removed to Boston in
1827, and became prominent throughout
NJew England as creating a revolution, in
church music, and winning a deserved
reputation as a teacher and composer.
Ten years after, Dr. Mason visited Eu
rope, studying the methods then in
vogue, and profiting by the experience
of distinguished musicians, and obtain
ing a thorough acquaintance with the
best metnods. Of late years Dr. Mason
has given much attention to the require
muents and :iprovement in congregation
al singing, and is the author and comn
piler of more works, upon music arnd
choral exercises than any other teacher.
His loss will he deeply felt by all who
knew himn, and will be regretted by I
thousands to wshom he was already well
known by his reputation as a composer
and teacher, and for his sterling qualities
aa man and an associate.--New York
The obligations and responsibilities of
railroad companies in the m)atter of pas
sanger tickets, are becomning pretty well
scented by judicial discussions. The
laws in several States have determined
that a ticket sold for a certain distance
on ::ny line is geod for any time within
the six years that wiil invalid:.te any
other unwritten contract. Notices to the
contrary are to no ef!'ect. A Boston court
has gone a step further, and decided that
a ticket sold to a man to take him from
Nc.v York to New Haven, is good to take
him in the other direction instead if he
prefers to go on it, and a man who wvas
put off a train because lhe seemed tc be
ridin'g in the wvrong direction, ha-s co
tained a v-erdict for $5,200.
The~ marriage ceremnony in Ja- 2
pan consists of the man and wo
man drinking wine from the same
cupi. Dtvor-ce is not much more
elaborate than marr-ziage. The hu.s
band gives the wife a piece of
paper w!th a few lines or charac
trs on it and the knot is untied.
A transla~tion of thre lines is triven
by a i-cenct correspondent as fol- I
lows: "-I no likee vou. I thinkee-t
you likee oth"- maan more better.
I give you piece a paper. You I
can go. Goodee by.'
The patroitic sentiment uttered .
by Hendricks, of indiana, when
rrccep)tinlg the candidacy for Gov
ernor,. is the watch-wor-d for this I
c-ampaign : "-We have tur-ned out
batcks on the prast ;we stand in the
present. anid look to the future.-- 0
The past is lost to us-the future e
is ourts:; let us make it a glor-ious
The total number of wv' ks published
in Gecrmany during thre *1st year wast
10,669, being a&n increase of Gi l upon the
preceding. The classes of literature most
numerously represented are-thteology,
with 1362 publications; jurisprudence
anid politics, with 1032; education, with i
1059i; belies-iettres, with 950; and bisto
There is a man who has lived in;
Atlanta since the first settlement;
is sixty two years.of age; has not:
been confined to his bed onday
from sickness in forty years; has I
never been intoxicated; never won
or lost a dollar at cards; never
hal a fight or e:rried concealed!
weapons; never sorved on a jury;
has never sued any one or been
PRESSING AND SQUEEZING.-A
Frenchman having frequently heard
the word "press" made use of to im
ply "persuade," as -Press that gen
tleman to take some refreshments."
"Press him to stay to-night," thought
he would show his talents by using
a synonymous term; and therefore
made no scruple one evening to cry
out in company:
"Pray squeeze that lady to sing."
A few d,ys since a "wee lit of a
boy" astonished his mother. She had
oecasion to chastise him'slightly for
some'offense he had committed. Char
ley sat very quietly in his chair for
some time afterward. no doubt think- i
ing profoundly. At last he spoke out
thus.: "Muzzer, I wish pa'd get an
nuzzer housekeeper. Fve got tired
seein' you around?"
A dutchman married a second wife
in about a week after the loss of wife
No. 1. The Sabbath following, the
bride asked her lord to take her rid
ing, and was duly "cut up" with the
"You dink I ride out mit anoder
woman in so soon after de death of
mine frau ? No, no !"
A romantic couple, not a great way
from Boston, named their infant daugh-I
ter Caressa. That was eighteen years
ago, and the boys are at it now.
TWENTY DOLLARS FOR ONE!
A $25 SEWING MACHINE, FREE!
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Every subscriber gets a chance at a VAL
UABLE PREmiUM, and one out of every five j
will be sure to get a Premium, worth from
25 cents to 25.00.
Our CASH PREMIUMS are in sumsof S1,
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premiums of each denomination. Our other ,
premiums consist of useful articles, such as
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ral inducements for Clubs than any other
Publisher. You can make money by can
vassing for OUR WEEK~LY.
For specimen copy of paper, Premium List1
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J. 0. H. NTTALL,
Publisher of Onr Weekly,
July 31, 31-if. Charlotte, N. C.
D. W. OWENS,
MIAKES AND REPAIRS 1
BUGGIES, WAGONS, &C.,
shop on Main Street, near Depot. and on
corner of road leanding to IIclena.
All n Irk warranted to be done in good
style, as well as expeditiously and cheap.
All I ask is a triil.
D. W. OW ENS.
Jan. :3, 1-ly.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
T lIE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an,l
nouncing that this elegantly.furnished
stabiilihment is now open for the accom
nodation of guests. The table will always
r supplied with every delicacy of the seas;
on--both from New York and Charleston
danrkets, arnd no efforts iwill he spared to
:ive perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to c
Jan 1 WM. GORMAN. s
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
A weekly paper, published a:t
CHTARLESTON, S. C.
Distributed Gratis in the city
Parties living in the country can get it
)ne Year by enclosing $1 to defray miail- TI
ng expenses, &c. Addressg
REFEREE OFFICE, C2
Key Box, No. 22, Charleston. S. C. I]
Oct. 18, 42-tf,I
The Paper for Eccery 1?ekr.
ormerly Called The Illustrated Family f
A M.MMOTH REP'OSITOItY OF' GOOD
tEA DJNG. Science A rt, St ories, Poetry, Eti
iette, Fashions. 1Parm, Garden, Householki
Iatter and Recipes.
Already reaches PiVE HUX.fDnsD post offices in
be South alone, anndlhas a readhr;ecirculation of
ear ThIr.TY TMotSAND.
That its already immeuse circulation may be
xtended until it reaches all lovers of good rea
ag. the publishers are receiving subscriptions at
nly One Dollar a Year. and sending to ev,-ry
tbscriber a splendid premium pack-age contain-~
ag THIIRTY different articles, among which arel
be latest fashijonable Tinted. Initialed and Freunchl
tationery, P'erfumned Sachet. Penis, Pencil an d
hoice of a piece of Jewelry. The premium in
iost places, would cost more than a dollar. An
.'tra copy and premium sent free for a club of
ye. Viatches, Sewing Machines. Pianos, lc
onaries. Albums. Silver Ware, given for clubs..
ew is the time to subscribe, and get specimen'
apers and premium, and raise a club. Send One
ollar for one year's subscription, and 25 cents
cover expenses for mailing premium. ch
ddress plainly, "Rtecord and Repositcry," or
R. A. H ARRISON & CO..
Oct. 4, 40-tf. Sparta. Ga.
Southern Musical Journal,
udden & Bates, Publishers, Savannah, Ga.
Published monthly at the 1ow price of $1.(s0 a
yar 'A first class magazine of it' kind. beauti
tily gotten up, and mecst ably edited. Thor
zghly Southern in its tone it ehoutld be found in
'ery musical famxily throughout the Scuth. It
mtazins each mont b sixteen pages, sheet music
t.e. of Musical skeLthes. Hints, Correspondence,
clange. Instructive Edit, rial'. Southern Mtusi
Il Notes. Vocal and Instrumnantal Music. etc.
in Dollars worth of choice mnusic given durnn
ie year. By a speciai arrangmaneut we can offeI_
imagazmne as a premium for .5 suoscribers, to
e HERA LD, or will fuarniah the Journal and K
IR A LD togethier for $.65. A ddress all elders
New erry JHERA LD. Mar. 2'I, 1s-tf.
ALL parties indebted to me byd
[emoraudum Aceeount, or in any other tin
ay, are requested to pay the same at te
MY stock of the above goods iz
Consisting of most all of the
OF THE SEASON,
And at somewhat
Than last year.
Give inca call nnd see for your
A pr. 5, 14-tf.
IND GET YOUR PICTURES
YOU will find the work 0. K-not K. K.
-and keeping pace -ith the tiies and in
Just received a fine lot of ALBUMSS, both
book and revolving, and a splendid lot of
new and beautiful Stereo's.
Call at once on the friend who is aiways
ready and anxious to please his patrons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 35, 43-ti.
Fisk's Metallic Burial Cases,
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
band a fuliassortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffins
Af his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A HearFe is always*on hand and will be
%ranished at the rate of $10 pe: day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
;criber respectfully asks for a continuation
,f the same, and assures the public that
io effort on his part will be spared to render
:he utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
L. P. PIPER, M. A., : Principal.
ifiss FANNIE LEAVELL,: : Assistant.
?rof. F. WERBER, : Musical Dep*
THE Exercises of the above School will
;e resumed on the 3d JANUARY, 1872.
Tuition from $2.50 to $1.50 per month.
Zo Incidental Fees.
Pupils will be chargei from datw of en
rance to the end of the Session. No re
luction except in cases of protracted ill
For particulars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZE Es., Sec. B'd.
CoL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Dec. 27, 52-tf.
RATT'S ASRAL OIL
W1ILL NOT EXPLODE
This CELEBRATED OIL
or sale, in quantities to suit
MOTTE & TARRANT'S
Feb. 28, 9-t.
WilllNEiiY STUaC K
a the up country and receiving daily addi
ons by Express, at
A pr. 26, i7--tf. D. MOWER'S.
Columbia, S. C.
Robert Joyner, Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Joyner, Clerk.
f Board, per Day...............3 00
upper, Breakfast and Lodging..2 00)
ingle Meals................... 1 00
Sep. 8th, 1860.
V IC K'S
THE First Edition of Tw.o IIcNDRED
norsAxN copies just published. It is ele
mily printed on fine tinted paper, in Two
Ooi.os, and illustrated with over Three
undred Engravings of Flowers and
'WO COLORED PLATES.
The most heautiful ar.d instructive Cata
gue and Floral Guide in the world
12 pages. giving thorough directions for
e culture of Flowers and Vegetables, or
uncering grounds, making wail:s, &c.
A Christmas present for my customers,
at forwarded to any who apply by mail,
r Txx Cxs-rs, only one-quarter the cost.
Addre.w JAMES VICK,
Jan. , 1-t. R?O(HES-TER, N. Y.
One of the most complete Sewing Ma
ines ever offered to the public. Call and
amine those on exhibition at the store of
.e t LoVELACE & WHEELER.
FOR YOUR MEALS
A iston Hotel,
e...reakfast Goinmg Up and Dinner
rutS eligibic, comniodious and well fur
led HOUSE, recently kept by Mr. Jor
u P. Pool, is now under ti:0 management
Mr. S. B. C:lcutt, who will spare neither
me nor means to maBke it a first class H
lSPkIIG CLOTHI,G AND HATS
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARD & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(Successors to (Ibilds & Wiley,')
ARE NOW OPENING the most ELEGANT READY MADE
CLOTHING for MEN. BOYS and CHILDREN that has ever been in this
market, and we intend to sell them AT THE VERY LOWEST FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
MNOTTE & TARRANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
mzW3MRRy, S. C.
WOULD call the attention of the public to their large and
,vell selected stock of
DYE STUFFS, &c.,
Together with a large and well selected siock of
P> EP R FU M ER "y.
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh and Shaving Brushes, Sponges.&ce, &c.,
LAMPS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
Agents for the CELEBRATED
NON-EXPLOSIVE "DIXIE LAMP,"
Which needs no Chimney, and ,ives a more brilliant light than any Lamp in
the market, at LESS COST.
Our Stock having been bought at CLOSE FIGURES, we are prepared to
offer the same at LOW PRICES. both WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Price Lists sent by mail on application, and all orders entrusted re our enre
will receive prompt attention.
Thankful for their previous patronage we solicit a contintuanece of the same
from our friends and the public.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
J. WARD MOTTE. Hi. P. TARRANT.
Sep. 20, :38-tf.
1VO T T E 'S iNEWI STiTIONERY lltiSE,
L IVE R INIIOR AT OR I E. R. STOKES
SHAS just opened, in the new and hand
AND j some building immediately Cpposite th
- PThoni-* ofice, on Main street, a comn!ete
FOR THE RELIEF AND CUE OF- Comnprising Letter. Cap and Note Paper, ef
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Aeute and Chronic Diseases of the Liver, fFlat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cu~p, Me
Jaundice, Gall Stone Heart-Burn, dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
and all Disordersresult- sizes, which will he sold in :mnv nntity. or
ing frn manufactured into Blank Booi;s of any size,
Derangement of the LIVER. and rulced to any pattern, and bound in any
___styl_._at short nlonce.
It is a pleasant laxative, moving ENVELOPES
the bowels gently and surely, but in endless variet$--all sires, colors and ginaii
without p-'ui; and is wonderfully ties.
adapted to cases of Habitual Constipa- BL.ANK BOOKS
tion, Torpidity of the Liver. It cures Of every varit, Memorandum and Pass
Sick and Nervous H-ead-ache, Colic, Books, ~Pocket iBook.s. Tnvoice and Letter
Flatnleney, and is an effeetive remedy oks eip B%g ogs.NoteBoo.
in afectons f th fid a complete .rock or materials fo.r their
KIDNEYS AND BLMDDER. "BrolBosI'on aPer hadroards Til
-- Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakcs and
MOT TE & TARRANT, boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Draw-ing Pens.
SOLE PROPIETORS, SCHOOL STATIONERY
NEWBE RRY, s. C. Ofevery description: a great variety of con-'
Mar. 29, Is-if.t nid useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
t~~ ~ -~1 f olios. Cabas, with boxes. and} a cout!ess
Vl0TOIli TOM( BITTRIS.ailQ FANCY ARThCLES.,~
ENT/ILY VE&BETABLE. ciods*" *""'s,
FOR TItE CURE OF I NS
Black. Blue, Violet and Carmine, Tnnielible
Eyspepsia, Ague and Fever, and Copying: ancilage; Chmen and ntck.
Billions Diseases, Gene- gamnMnadBoaris: VL.siting anud Wied
ral Debility, and al First 0lass Stationery House,
Inmpurity of the Which the subscriber intends this shallbe
Blood, li will still Condner his BINDERYan
* BLANK B1OOK MANI-FACTORY andPA
- T ~~- - P-RUING E;SrABLISHMENT, which
It excites healthy appettec, in.mcorates has, been in successful operation for over
the Dise.i-:e Organs, is devoid of ail that thirty years in this State, and to which he
dreadful poison-Fmsil Oil, and imparts a will continue to devote his own person .1atj
most r.grecab!c, warimintg, amnd cordial effc . tntion. Iis stock will be kept up full and
to the Stonmachi. It exhilar:xtes the spirit, complete, an.d his prices will be founld always
relieves pain, and is most wonderfull! esiti soale, a!tl he hopes to have a share of,
cacus in al eiiisadirregularities ofptong.. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Fem:des. It will prove a positive preventive No. 1.5. 4frtf Opposite Phomnix O11ice.
ini all MAL ARIA L CONT.AMINATION.
MOTTE & TARRANT, GEO. S. HACKER,
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors, DOOr, Sash, and Blind Factory,
Mar.NEWEERRY,U S C.CHARLESTON, S. C.
Bricks, Bricks, Bricks!
GOOD BRICKS! .
At the Brick Yard
OF is a large and complete a Factory
there is in the Soutl'.
E. H.CHRIS IAN. e keep no Northern work to fill coun
Oct. 2.5, 43-tf. try orders.
____________________SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
CUSTO3I made peged CALF .Addrs (l"EO- S. UACKE2' P. 0.-Box
300TS, and warranted. .atr nfa r arrooms, King Street, on.
For sale by D. MOWER. posite Cannon St., on line of City Railway.
Nov. 23, 47....tt Sep. 6. 36--1v. It~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY commends to the confidence of the commu;;ity his popul%r prepara
tions, which are manufactured under his own sbpervision, with great care, and which
may be relied upon for their purity and efficacy.
Composed of the best antiperiodic Tonics known to the Medical Profession.
FANT'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK,
A most palatable Cordial, particularly recommended to persons of weak habit, and to such
as reside in low, damp situations, where the nervous system is, more or less, relaxed.
Fant's Compound Syrnp of Sarsaparifla, Queen's D'elight, &c.
This preparation will purify the blood and eliminate mercury from the system.
Dr FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
An Invaluable Remedy for Children suffering from Teething, Indigestion, and Bowel Affcc
My stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Ate fresh, targe and complete, all of whick I guarantee to be Chemically PURE.
Also a large and well selected var;ety of
PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Both 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.
iDec. 6, 4C-tf.
THE uudersigned having established his ofice at Edgefield, as General Agent for
the Cotton States Life Insurance Company, iwiTDes attention to one or two of the ad
vantages offered those who may dosire to effect insurance on their lives in a safe Home
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
Life Insurance. to the Companies of the North and East, which sums, being there
invested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections, whilst our own South is
greatly in need of eash capital to prosecute suecesftilly our Agricultural and Mechani
cal enterprises ; it is ordered, that for the purpose of reta"ning these sums in our
midst, herc-after a certain proportion of the net cash receipts from premiums, amount
ing to not more than 7u per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
bc in accordance with the recgulaions of the Company, in those sections from which
the said premiums are attained
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
G,:orGE S. O'B>.AR, SeU'.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last An
nual Statement shows that the Company possesses, besides its large Guarantee, 170
for every 100 of its liability.
M. W. ABNEY, General Agent.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resolution of the Managers, the Company proposes
to establish lloards oi Supervisory Trustees in each (/ounty and Village in the State, who
will supervise all investments.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PREMIUM RECEIPiTS, from any locality where
there is a Board of Trustees, will be returned anl invested with its Policy Holders ;
thereby making the "Cotton States Life," a HOME CO.'PANY to every Policy Holder.
Applications for loans from any locality will be made throngh its Board of Trustees,
wi:ose approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
collatcrails are acceptable by the Directors at the Home Office in Macon, Ga. No safer
investment of the accumulating assets of a Life Company can be made thtan with its Poli
berry. The privilege of using a portion of the Company's assets, is extended to every
one of its Policy Holders. I therefore propose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
Yewherry, and at any other point in tile District where desirable.
Mar. ?7, 13--tf B. F. LOVEL AGE, C'anvassing Agent.
ESTABLIS HED 1851.
DRES- E Floig eln.ete orshl n.BxB:rs c,&.Oe ude
tesI Welveinghan heinretestocks ofteln. bov Goids. uh of ther oa Bautimred
11I ofwhich we guarantee will give en,tire satit-factioni to all who want G;ood and Substantial
Work. The subscribers can refer to gentlemen all over this State. Georgi.t. Northi Carolina aad
'!orida. as to the character of their werk for the past twenty years and are
The only Practical Mechanics. Sash. Blind and Door Eakers, by-Trade,
ow carrying on the business in this city.'
W. P. RUSSE LL & CO., East End of Hazel Strut,
Oppos'te Wando Fertilizer Works. and in the immediate vicinity of Charleston and P'avilion
.\ll work shipped by us is at half price, to-wit: %5c. per 100 lbs., over the So. Ca. R. R.
Oct 11 '71. 41-ly.
C'ATOOSA SPRINGS. G E R M A N
CON'DEFFL FOt\UNTIN OF HE~ALTlITS~ lI~ C IA
AND PLEASURE. .
rm: namrctiN s"o t i sessi so?t. Invaluable in Tco:hing, antd Summer ' om
Are located itn the Piedmont region, of pans fCiden ue
eorgia, twenty-five uniles southeast o.DAI]TI~.
hattnoog.i Tenin., and11 withini two mniles DYSENTERY.
f the Western and Atlantic Railroad.,e
These Springs, fifty two in nmber, cm-C LC
race every variety of mineral water foutnd Ant'd other Diseases, imcident to the period s
n the famous imountainsa of Virginia- ol De:tion.
hte, red atnd b!aek sulphur, Alleghany, .n like the "Soothing Syrups," now so
llhain n ch.dybeate , mansaisoda wizdely used, thi- COIRDIA Lcotm
nd iodine; as also the waters chiarauteri
nig tite Montvalc Springs of Tennessee NO ANODYNE,
aid hIndian Springs. of Georgit; all of Or other mnjuriou9 Drug. It is composed of
hi he torbe found thire " ab ane," the very best materials, and should be
thinthecomassof tis -agc :e, ound in e.ery: Nurserv. The best physi
AFFORDING A CERTAIN GURE cianns recommnend it.
r Dyspepsia, Rheunism, G:out, LiverMAU CTRD Y
~opainats, Serofuha, alikinds of Cutaneous ~ AUATRD I
~ihctions, and in fact, every disease that D r.* H . B A E R ,
oman fiesh is heir to.
liE I!OTEL AN!) COTTAGE BUILDINGS: CHIARLESTON. S. 0
t-e in thorough condition, newly painted, - For sale by MOTTE & TRAT
d entirely newi appointments. Newberry, S. C. May :, 1S-tf. T
TilE TABLE WILL BE FIRST-CLASS Tr~ T T
every particular. A magnificent ball- ~ A N L A P P
om, 100 ly 30 feet, and elegantly fitted i tI
.rlors. flilliard and bar-.roo-n 75 feet lung, SuitRIb1e for Well ropes.
ml a capacious bowling saioonr. -
Direct telegraphic and postal comimuni- D.MO ER
Tebuildirng.s and grounds will be bril- ______ D O V R
uttly i!!uniminted with gas, and every at- REESEI & CARROULL,
-ction will be atforded the visitors to Ca
osa Springs -SHAVING AND HAIR BRE SSING
The above Watering Place will be open- S A L O N
to patrons Juce lst, 1872, by ,orth
toW. G. IlZWITT,Nrt of the Pollock House, a
Late of Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga. COLuMBIA, S. C.
June 19, 25-t f. ,Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen
____________________________ lemen attendedI to with celerity, after the -
Smost approved styles. Nov. 22, 47-tf.
TO RENT. a
A desirable STORE on Main Street. For *I4E
m2applnt to D. MOWERD in,. salae nP MAOER
Greenville & Columbia Rairoad.
Dhily, Suudayb excepted, connecling with
Night Trains on South Carolina RaIroad up
and down, also with Trains going North 'and
South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
RailroaJ, and Wilmington, Columbia and Au
Leave Columbia....... ......... 45 a m
Alston..........................9.36 a m
SNewberry .......-------.........11.15 a m
Cokesbury............... p m
Belton... ..............4.30 p m
Arrive Greenville ------............... 6.10 p m
Leave Greenville........................ 6.30 a m
" Belton-....... .......... 8.30 a m
" Cokesbury..............1015 a mI
Abbeville .... ............ 15 a m
Newberry .......-----........31.0 p m
Alston... ..................3.2 p m
Arrive Columbia ----...-............. 5.10 p m
ANDE1rSON I RA NCH AND BLUE RIDGE DIVISION.
Leave Walhalla at...------------............ 4.45 a In
.Perryvlle. ..... .... 5.25 a m
Pendleton------. ... -............... 6.10 a m
Anderson ........................ 7.10 a m
Arrive at Belton - - - ----................ 8.00 a m
Connecting with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at.........---......4.30 p M
"& Anderson ---........................ 5.3o p m
Pendleton ...-... .....6.30 p m
PeLTrijle..................._ 7.15 p In
Arrive at $Nalhalla..................._ 750 pmI
Accommodation Trains will be run on Branch
Roads on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Cokesbury tor Abbeville at..... 10.20 a m
Abbeville for Cokesbury....... 1.3u p I
Leave Belton for Anderson at........ 8.35 a m
Anderson for Belton -. ............ 2.30 p m
THS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
31. T. BAUTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
Soith 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
!eave as follows:
a AIL AND PASENGER TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at --------.-......7.40 p In
Arrive at Charleston at......................... 3.20 p m
Leave Charleston at ............................. 8.20 a m
Arrive at Columbia at..................... 3.40 p m
NIGHT EXPREsS, PrEIGHT AND ACCONUODA.
TION TC AN. [Sundays excepted
Leave Columbia at.... ........ ....... .50 p
Arrive at Charleston at..7.0) am
Leave Charleston at...............7 10p m
Arrive at Columbia at............ .40 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will continue
to run to Columbia as formerly--Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Saturdays.
A. L TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS. General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
COLUXBIA S C., March 29, 1872.
ON and after MONbAY, April 1 the Pas
senger trains over this Road will run as follows:
Train No.1. Train No.2.
Leave Augusta..........6.45 A. M. 6. P.M.
Leave Columbia.......11..4. A. X 11.10 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte ....6...6.10 1'. 31. 5.00 A. M.
Leave Charlotte.........7.10 A. M. 6.30 r. M.
Leave Columbia.....1....l.15 P. M. 1.49 A. M.
Arrive AUgusta.... 6.15 P. 3r. 6.30 A. 31.
No. 1 Tiin daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sundays
excepted. Both trains make close connection to
all points North. South and West. No. 1 Train
ma -es close connection at Richmond for Virgin
Through Tickets sold. and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
Stanard Time-Washington Ctty Time.
E. P. ALEXANDER. Su-t.
E. R. DORSEY. General Freight and Tcket
Agent. June 21.
Summer Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN. I
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 5.30 6.25
latesville........... 6.00 6.00 453 4.58
llcolet...... 6.S 6.13 4 40 4.45
Jonesville........... 6.43 6.48 4.(15 4.10
Uniouville......... 7.25 7.5) q t 3.25
Santuc.......... 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.35
Fish Dam.....8.40 8 46 2.10 2.15
Shelton........9.5 920 1 35 1.40
Lyle.' Ford......9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother.......10.06 10.10 12 50 12.56
Alston.. .-......... 11.06 12.00
My1,17.THOS. B. JETER, President.
W. L. GOURDIN.E,
Respectfuli llannounces that he is
prepared to cut and fit gentlemen's
suits to their entire satisfaction. Hav'
ing had a large experience in the tail
oring business, and being constantly
supplied with the latest New York 4
Fashions, he feels no hesitancy in ask
ing for patronage. 'Work promptly
delivered. Terms mioderate.
To making sack coat..............4 00
To cat and make pants............... 2 00
To cut and make vest............... 2 00
To cnt and make walking coat......5 00
To cut and make fine black frock coat.. 8 00
ro cut snit of clothes............. 1 00
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Is published every Thursday, in Columbia,
S. C., by
SIDI H, BROWN~E, Editor and Proprietor.
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ars or profits of an "official," yet the
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e Daily News ..--.-.............. .68 a year.
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Jan. 24, 4.-t.
-Columbia, S. C.,
This pleasantly located Hotel, unsurpssed by
iy lUousea the South for comfort and healthy
cality, is now opea to Travclers and otherE
eking accommodation. Families enn be fa,
shed with nice, airy rooms on reasoale
rms. "~A call is solicited." My omnibus will
at the diferent depots.
Jan 1 SARAH L. WRIGHT.
200 Barrels and Sack Flour, in Store
Id to arrive,
From $7.50 to $10 per barrel.
Nov 29 D. MOWR.