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Oh, barber, spare that young moustache,
Touch not a single hair;
Your razor, brush, and other trash,
Must never venture there ;
At last the bud has blossomed out,
By much caressing taught,
Its frail tendrils how they sprout,
Then barber touch it not.
Though well laid out and wide the field,
Where this young moustache shoots,
The sickly soil no more can yield,
Oh then guard well its roots,
For should thy murderous blade sweep o'er
That curved lip'sshadowy mist,
The tender plants would bloom no more.
Then, barber, oh desist.
Think of the dear young girl, whose lip
Was wont so oft to press;
That budding mouth its sweets to sip,
Oh, think of her distress;
'Tis unfledged manhood's pride and joy,
With sighs and tears'twas bought,
I L no rude stroke its life destroy;
Oh, barber, touch it not.
The Dress of Civilized Wo
I do declare that I think it
would be better to die and get
out of torment at once than to
have to rise every morning for
some forty or fifty years and box
one's body up in a sort of com
pressive armor, hang weights
to one's hips and more weights
upon one's head-which last are
supported by the roots of the hair;
put one's feet into shoes a number
too small, and not of the right
shape, and with heels like stilts;
and then set about doing the whole
duty of women with a cheerful
face and a spry air, for from fifteen
to seventeen mortal hours out of
the twenty-four! That there are
so many women who are not
frightened into a decline at such
a prospect, and that they bravely
undertake to do it-nay, more,
that they even dream that under
such disadvantages they can work
side by side with unshackled man,
and that - they die in trying to do
it, certainly says much for their
courage, but very little for their
A man's diess to a great extent
is fashioned for comfort. He has
contrivances for suspending the
weight of his clothing from his
shoulders. If the east wind blows
he can turn up his coat-collar,
button himself up snugly, slouch
his hat over his eyes, thrust his
hands into his pockets and brave
the weather. But imagine a wo
man removing her hat or bonnet
from the angle Pt which fashion
says she must wear it on account
of the weather, or turning any of
her "fixtures" up to protect her
neck and throat,- or buttoning up
anything that was unbuttoned
before, or sticking her hands into
her pockets ! She would be taken
for an improper character out on a
mild spree, or for an escaped in
mate of a lunatic asylum, should
she endeavor by any impromptu
arrangement ofT her habiliments to
save her health.
[ From The Science of Health.
A Good Joke.
A capital joke, and all the more
palatable because it is true and
can be vouched for, took place, afe w
Sundays since, at one of the promi
nent Fourth street churches. It
seems that a worthy deacon has
been very industrious selling a
new church book, costing seventy
five cents. At the service in
question, the minister just before
dismissing the congregation, arose
and said: "All you who have
children to baptise, will please
present them next Sabbath." The
deacon, who is a little deaf, having
an eye to selling his books, and
supposing his pastor referred to
themn, immediately jumped up and
shouted: "And all who haven't
any can get as many as you.want
by calling on me, at seventy-five
cents each." The preacher looked
cross-eved at the deacon ; the au
dience~punched each other in the
side, the bubble grew larger until
it burst into a loud guffatw, ladies
colored up and blushed, and thank
ed the Lord for the low price of
peopling the earth. There was
no benediction that morning worth
speaking of.-Grass Valley (Cal.)
G REEI.EYSsioN.--"The mission of
Horace Greeley is to blot out the name
of rebel from the books of the hand."
Thus spoke Senator Trumbull to aN' rth
ern constituency a few days since, and
the sentiment met with a fervid response
fromn the hearts of those who support Mr.
Greeley for the Presidency. It is be
cause the people of the South believe
that the mission of Greeley is "peace"~
that they give him their earnIest support;
and when a leading and conspicuous
leader of the Liberal Republicans, and a
supporter of Greeley, gives public ex
pression to such sentiments as we have
just quoted, the Southern people take
new courage in the conflict which lies
before them. We have suffered nnder
the government of bate for more than
seven years; we now give our support to
a man who comes to us with words of
conciliatior. and peace:--who asks us to
clasp hands with the North over the
bloody chasm made by the war, and let
"the nnme of rebel be forever blotted
from the books of the land."
DwELLINGS FOR THE Pooa.-A new ex
perimemt has been made near London,
with the vie.v of meeting the great de
mand existing in that city for dwellings
for the humibler classes. A new town is
to be built in the subiurbs, close to a line
of railway, and to consist entirely of
workmen's houses-1 200 in number.
One feature of the project is that each'uf
the tenants, after a time, is to become
the owner of his house, by paying a cer
tain sum in addition to the rent. In
the centre is a large plot for a recreation
ground, and there are also to be lecture
halls, schools, clubs, reading rooms, baths,
and other conveniences. Public houses
are not to bc admitted. The experi
ment will be, watched with great interest
in Enr-ia-nd and doubtless in this coun
WHAT rr COST TO PREVENT Scor's IN
PEAcuMENT.-A Charleston, (S. C.) co
respondent of the New York World
writes: Among the expenses of the
House, which Mr. Gorbin estimates at
$1,000,000 for the last session of the
South Carolina Legislature, are the
amounts paid to defeat Scott's impeach
ment, which foot up, a6cording to Speak
er Mcses'admisson, $203,000. $140,000
it cost to buy the members of the House,
and $63,000 were paid to lobby-men and
stool-pigeons. It is also claimed that
$83,000 were drawn for this purpose
from the amount appropriated to sup
port an armed force-a force intended to
over-awe the Ku Klux, but which never
was organized, though the money ap
propriated, $112,000, was expended. Of
this I am convinced by undeniable proofs.
When Treasurer Parker was informed in
his office that articles of impeachment
would be presented in the House con
cerning Scott, he exclaimed, "The Gov
ernor shan't be impeached !" and he
wasn't, and the above exhibit tells us
The foregoing statements were scarce
ly needed to convince the country of the
utter unworthiness of the present State
administration, for the system of bribing,
by which it controlled the Legislature to
carry out its corrupt schemes, to fill its
private coffers, was far too patent and
flagrant to require proof.
MAY BE WoRTH PRESERVING.-The
Medical Home has the following recipes,
which may be of value.
A tea made of chesnut leaves, and
drank in the place of water, will cure
the most obstinate case of dropsy in a
A tea made of ripe or dried whortle
berries, and deank in the place of water,
is a sure and speedy cure for a-scrofuious
difficulty, however bad.
A tea made of peach leaves is a sure
cure for a kidney difficulty.
A plaster uade of fresh slack lime and
fresh tar is a sure cure for a cancer,
which, with all its roots, will soon come
For the cure of small-pox, apply raw
onions balved, under the arms, in the
hands and on the bottom of the feet;
change often ; diet, chicken broth. Do
not poison the blood by vaccination, and
leave posterity to reap the rotten fruits
of our stupidity. Consumption, scrofuln,
and other loathsome diseases, are thus
impregnated into the system. Better
by far, have the small pox and be free
from a living death.
MoRE WnEAT THAN CAN BE SENT TO
Max-r.-A San "rancisco journal says:
There is no prospect that the greater
part of the wheat of San Josquin Valley
can be brought down to tide water before
the rainy season sets in. The river is
falling rapidly and the boating season
on the upper waters will soon be over
until the rains come. Ono large land
holder has 300,000 bushels in the valley,
and having no prospect of getting it to
market at present. is making arrange
ments to store it in temporary sheds
where it will remain until another season.
This necessity may not work any special
hardship for men of large nicans who
are in no hurry to realize ; but farmers
who are in debt, and are paying heavy
interests need the full money value of
their wheat at once. Most of th3se can
obtain advances, but many such have al
ready anticipated this advantage and
now want the balance to make ends meet.
The grain product this year in Calhfornia
is in excess of all the means of transpor
Christians need to institute a
new and higher standard ofgiving.
If thbe missionary work is a duty,
it ought to be provided for on a
more gener-ous scale than at pr-es
ent. It ought to bear- some re
lation, in the liberality with
which it is conducted, to the
means of Christ's disciples, and to
their modes of conducting impo
tant secular business. If it is a
1work bringing a great income, it
should be deemed worthy of a
great outlay. If it is Christ's
work, it ough t to claim and receive
Christly gifts. The common ques
tion, How little can I give? should
give place to the nobler question,
How much can I gisve?
George Gordon, a colored man, who
killed Levi Garrett, a white man, near
Newherry, about six months ago, and
Ibroke jail, was arrested near Columbia
on the 19th, says the Phoenix.
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D. W. OWENS,
MAKES AND REPAIRS
BUGGIES, WAGONS, &c.,
Shop on Main Street, near Depot, and on
corner of road leading to Helena.
All a 'rk warranted to be done in good
style, as well as expeditiously and cheap.
AlllIask is a tril.
D. W. OWENS.
Jan. 3,1 -y.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
HrlE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an,
I ouneing that this elegantly.furnished
Establishment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will always
be supplied with every delicacy of the sea%
son--both from New York and Charleston
Markets, and no efforts will be spared to
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to
MY stock of the above goods is
Consisting of most all of the
OF THE SEASON,
And at somewhat
Than las.t year.
Give me a call and see for your
Apr. 5, 14-tf.
1ND GET TOUR PICTURES
YOU will find the work 0. K-not K. K.
-and ke, ping pace with the times and im
Just received a fine lot of ALBUMS. both
book and revolving, and a splendid lot of
new and beautiful Stereo's.
Call at once on the friend who is always
ready and anxious to please his patrons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. :35, 43-tf.
Fisk's Melallic Burbial Cases,
THE SUBSCRIBER has constant!y o.
hand a fullassortment of the above appi oved
cases, of different patterns, besides collins
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish tt very reasonable rates, with
pro:nptness and desparch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sen t free of charge.
A Hearse is alwavs or: hand and will be
furnished at the rate of :10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that
no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., Ju!y -1.
N EW111BFl,R RY -EMALE
A. P. PIFER, M A.. : : PrIncipal.
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: : Pmsistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, : :Musial Depts
THE Exercises of the above chool will
be resuned on the 3d JNUAItY, 1872.
Tuition from -2.50 to $!.50 per month.
No Incidental Fees.
Pupils will be charged f,rin dlatu of en
trance to the enl of the Sesson. No re
duction except in cases of protracted ill
For particulars, &c.. apply to
S. P. BOOZER, Esq., Sec. B'd.
GOL. S. FAIR, P'res't.
Dec. 27, 52-tf.
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL
R1IL NOT EXLODE
Tbis CELEBRATED OIL
for sale, in quantities to suit
MOTTE & TARRANT'S
Feb. 28, 9-tf.
MJLLINEiIY STU fGK
In the uip country anrd receiving daily addi
tions by Express, at
A pr. 26, 17-tf. Di. MOWER'S.
Columbia, S. C.
Robert Jovner. Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Joy-ner, Clerk.
Of Board, per Day...............$ 00
Snppei-, Breakfast and Lodging..... 2 0it
Single Meals....................-1 00
Sep. 8th, 186P.
V IC K'S
THE First Edition of Two HUNDnEn
THOrsAso copies just publ=.shed. It ele
gaintly p)rirrted onr fine tir'.ted paper, in Twon
Cotoas, and illurstrate. with over Three
Hundired Engravi'ngs of Flowers and
TWO COLORED PLATES.
The rnost be:.tiful arnd inrnructive'. Cata
logue and Floral Guide in the wrd
112 pagea, giring thorough directions for
the crultu:re of Flowers anrd Vege:abies, or
nanmeniring grounds, making walks, &c.
A Christmas presentr for my customers,
but forwarded to ainy wiro apply by mail,
for TEx CmNs, only one-quarter the cost.
Ad.dress, JAMES VICK,
Something New! !!
Button Hol e,Over
One of the most complete Sewing Ma
chines ever offered to the public. Cal; and
examine those on exhibition at the store of
LOVEL ACE & WHIEELEiR.
Feb 76 tf
Southern Musical Journal.
Ludden & Bates, Publishers, Savannah, Ga
P'ubli.-hed r.onthir at the low price of $1.00 a
year'- A tirst c!nss magt:zine of its kind. beauiti
frilly gontten up. anrd most ably edited. Thor
cnghly Southern. in its tone it should be found in
every musical family throughout the South. It
corntainus each monitt sixttern pages. sheet music
size. of Musical sketches. Hints, Correspondence,
Melange. Instructive Editoriais. Southern Mm.d
eal Notes. Vocal and Instrumental Music, etc.
Ten Dollars worth of choice music gisen during
thme year. By a special arraingeinent we can offer
this magazine as a premium for 5 sumscribers, to
the HIYr.acD. or will furnish the Jonrrnar arnd
H mTALD together for $3.65. Address all orders
to Newberry HIEaAtV. Mar. 27. 13-tf.
ALL parties indebted to me by
Memorandum Account, or in any other
way, are requested to pay the same at
one T. MIOW1UL.
SPRIi11t CLOTH1G AID UfIT&
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARID & 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 tn this
market, and we intend to sell them AT THE VERY LOW1 EST FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
MOTTE & TARRANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NzW:EaRY 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. &c., &c.,
LAMPS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
Agents for the CELEBRATED
NON-EXPLOSIVE "DIXIE LAMP,"
Which needs no Chimney, and gives 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 WHOLESALE AND R ETAIL.
Price Lists sent by mail on application, and all orders entrusted to our care
will receive prompt attention.
Thankful for their previous patronage we solicit a continuance of the same
from our friends and the pub)lic.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
J. WARD MOTTE. HI. P. TARRANT.
Sep. 20, .38-tf.
1MO T T E 'S INEW STITIONERY HO0USE.
LII ER INVWOIIA TOR' E. R., STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
AND some building imnmediately opposite the
Dypeti Rmey.Phenix ofHee, on Main street, a cmlt
FOR HE :0:- ~ ISTA TIONE RY,
RELIE ANDCURE comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
FOR TE REIEF ND CRE O al sizes, qualities and of cvery description;
Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Liver, FI:&t P'apers of Cap, D)emy. Double-Cap, Me
Jaundice, Gall Stone Heart-Burn, diumn, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
andl all Disordersresult- sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
ing from manufactured into Blank flooks ofan sze
DerangeRient of the LIVER. and ruled to any pattern, and bond in any
It is a pleasaint laxative, moving| syE,NVELt otiE
the bowels gently and surely, but In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
without pain ; and is wonderfully .ties.
adapted to eases of Habitual Constipa-' BLA NK BOOKS
tion, Torpidity of the Liver. It cures Of every variety, Memorandutm and Pass
Sick and Nervous Head-ache, Colic, lFooks, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Flatuieney, and is an effective remedyBooks*, N4otC 1 MEN wil
in affections of the find a complete stock or materials for their
UDNEYSIi ANDJ E)iALADDE. S iitoi"ords,Pota ar an*dnoa'rd.il
--_______ -Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
MOT T~E& TARRANT, uoxes, Brashes, eCraons. Drawing Pens.
SOLE PROPRIETORS, L(CIIOOL STATIONERY
NEWBE RY, . c. Of every description ; a great variety of eon
N E B ER R , S.C- enient and useful articles for oth Teachers
Ma r. 2:', 13:-ti. and Pupils.
S IWPhotograhi Albums, Writing Desks. Port
~ ~ 7 4 olios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Y1T0llRIA TONIC BITTI N ARRERS.~ s. ~ ~ . Pn
-- and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
i/VTRELY VEGET ABLE. Goods.
FORTandUR OFee,!Back, Bhue, Viole en Carmine. Indelible
3y csia, gu an evr and copying; Mncalage; Chess and Thick
gatmmoni Men andI Boards: Visiting and Wed.
BiliOU DIeass, ene- ding Cards, and every thing usually kept in a
ral D~ebility, and al First (lass Stationery House,
Impurity of the W hich the suhscriber intends this shall be.
B100g II will sti!l conduct his BINDERtY and
Blod BL AK BOOK MANUFACTOIIY and P~A-.
PITR-RULING~ ESTABLISHIMENT, which
It excites healthy appetife, invigoratesQ has been in successful operation for over
the Dieestive Organs, is devcid of all that thirty y'ears it; this State, and to which he
dreadful poison-Fiisii Oil, and imparts a will comlinueC to devote his own? personal at
LIot agreeable, warming, and cotrdiad effec tention. I is stock will be keipt up ful! and
to the Stomach. It e::hiilarates the spiri, complete, and his prices will he found nlways
relieves pain, and is most wonde,llyt eli-i resnbe, and lie hopes to have a share of
eacions in all deb,ihites and irregularities ol. QLnaE. RT. STOKES, Main Street,
Female..- It will prove a positive prevenitive Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phonix Oice.
in al MA3L.A RIAL CONTAMINA TION. - -_
MOTTE & TARRANT, GEO. S. HACKER,
MdanufactuLrers and Sole Proprietcrs, Door,Ss,adBidFcoy
NEWBERRY, S. C. CU ALETON Blin Fctoy
Mar. 1, 11- tf. CALSO .C
At the Brick Yard
OF Tln 'aslre and complete a Factory
E. W CHRISTIAN. Nrhr i work to dlli couna
Oct. 25, 4a-tf. try orders.DFRPRC IT
CU~TM mde eggd CLF Addres GEO. S. R ACKER, P. 0. Box
CUSTOM de peggd CA r,car-ton, s. C.
BOOTS. and warranted. Factorv and Wareroomis, King Street, op.
For sale by D. MOWER. posite Cannon St., oza line of City Railway.
Aimv 23, 47....tEf . Sep. 0, 86-1y.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY commends to the confidence of the conininoity his popular prepara
tions, which are manufactured under his own sbpervision, with great care, and which
may be relied upon for their purity and efficacy.
Fant's Tonic Bitters,
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 Syrip of Sarsaparilla, Queen's Delight, &c.
This preparation will purify the blood and eliminate mercury from the system.
Dr FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
An Invaiuable Remedy for Children suffering from Teethiug, Indigestion, and Bowel Affec
My stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,i
Aie fresh, large and complete, all of wh:clh I guarantee to be Chemically PURE.
Also a large and well selected variety of
PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Boh 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 uidersigned hiving established his office at Edgefield, as General Agent for
the Cotton States Life Insurance Company, inTites attention to one or two of the ad
vantages offered those who may desire 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 Ompanies 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 cash capital to prosecute succes4fuiy our Agricultural and Mechani
cal enterprises ; it is ordcred, that for the purpose of retaining these sums in our
midst, hereafter a certain proportion of the net cash receipts from premiums, amount
ing to not more than 70 per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
be in accord:tnce with the' regulations of the Company, in those sections from which
the said premiums are attained."
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
(;EorG. S. O'BEAR, SeC'y.
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, $17t
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 Boards of Supervisory Trustees in each County and Village in the State, who
will supervise all investmen-s.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PREMIUM RECEIPTS, from any locality where
there is a Board of Trustees, will be returned and invested with its Policy Holders ;
therehy mnakinug the "Cotton States Life," a HO0ME GOMPANY to every Policy Holder.
Applications for loans from any locality will be made through its Board of Trustees,
whose approval will secure a loan at nmoderate rates, and for any :"riod, provided the
collaterals are acceptable by the Directors at the Homie Office in Macon, Ga. No safer
investment of the accumulating assets of a Life Company can be made than with its Poli
cy Holders, and the above plan, so liberal and just, is now offered to t.ie people of New
berry. The privilege of using a portion oif the Comnpany's assets, is extended to every
one "of its Policy golders. I therefore propose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
Newberry, and at any other point in the District where desirable.
Mar. 27, 13-tf B. F. LOVEL ACE, Canvassing Agent.
// OPS P7C 4, AYEE
DRESSED Flooring. Ceiling.Weather Boards. Shelving. Box Boards, &c., &c. Over a hundred
diff.renit l'atteros of Mouldings. making over 100.000 feet on hand, for sa!e at New York prices.
Mantel-pieces. Door and W indow Frames made to order at short notice. -etair Rtail, Newets ar.d
Balusters of Walnut and Mlahogany, on hand and miade to order.
G;ood and Substantial Work made as cheap at this establishment as can be made in the United
State-s. We n.ave on hand the laret stock of the above Goods south of the City of Baltimore.
all of which we guarantee will give entire sati.Jaction to nil who want Gooed ard Substantial
Work. The subscri'oers can refer to geuttemen all over this State, Georgi.a, Nort.h Carolina and
Forida, as to the character of their work for the past twenty years, and are
The only Practical Mechanics, Sasa, Blind and Door Makers, by'Trade,
now carrying on the business in this city.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO., East End of Hazel Street,
Opposite Wando Fertilizer Works, and in the immediate vicinity of Charleston and Pavilion
All work sliipped by us is at half price, to-wit: 65c. perl00 lbs., over the So. Ca. R. R.
CATOOSA SPRINGS. GR A
W ONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEA~LTH O TlX OllA
AND PLEASURE. -
THE nRIlGntTET sPOT IN THE? sUNNY SOiTHt. Ivla nTehn,adSme on
Are located in the Piedmort region, of lito hlrn ue
Georgia, twenty-five miles southeast ofDIR1I X
Ghttaooga, Teun., and within two miles D SN EY
of the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
These Springs, fifty two in unumber, em- C LC
brace every varietv of mineral water found noheDias,icintotieprd
in the famous mountains of Virgina- ofeiton
white, red and black su-4phur, Alleghany, Uniete"ohig.yps" ow o
all-healing and chalybeate, magnesian sodia dluedtlsC DILcnir
ad iodine, as also thec waters characten-i
zing the Montvale Springs, of Tennessee, NO A DY E
ad Indian Springs, of Georgia; all of
whichi are to be found here in abundance,jO te nuiu rg ti opsdo
witin the comupass of this "Magic mle,"'tIevr bstmeia,an shud e
'o Pcppsa,Rhcmntiu Gut Iver aluable n eehig and Sume Cm
Comptir's Scrouiats of kChilofen.taCureu
hie'uan leDIARsheir to
arein horughconitn, ewl pante, d or Dsaes,y incTden to TheriodT
and entiely new ppointmet.ofcDer:rtion. .My:,Itf -
inevrypatiulr Amaniicnt wtideyiA dtIs'CL RDAL cotan
an~a apciusbolig aloOrg SotrinjuroDrug wel r opsdo
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CopTict Sei;g n rofullknds wil Catabeous
iAttionilumiatd it act, every aetat R E & C R L,
humatin le afheir thevsto.t a
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ad etoiarons ne appotme1nt, b-Nrho h olc lue
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atevey GlobeiHotar. A gniucet Ga! CON LLBA, SR P
room, 10 by-ifet andmnewyletteantifunised,antedn
mont approvecsoules.owo. 22saloon.
Dirmsctp1 telgahi n p.sa cOmmun. FoD. M b DOWER.
Greenville & (alumbia Railroad.
Daily. Sundays es:cepted, connecting with
NX t Trains on So:tb Carolina Railroad, n
an down, also with Trains going North a
South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia and Au
Leave Columbia-. - -...........7.45 a In
Alston..........-------........ 9.35 a m
Newberry......................11.5 a m
Cokesbury..............2.46 p m
4 Belton. - .--..........4.30 p In
Arrive Greenville ......-......... 6.10 p M
Leave Greenville ----.--............... 6.30 a m
.Belton..--.----............... 8.30 a m
Cokesbury................. ..........1015 a m
Abbeville -- ................ 8.15 a m
Newberry...---.-............... 1.20 p In
Alstor. ................ 320 p m
Arrive Columbia....................... 5.10 p m
ANDEIsON BRa NCH AND BLUE RIDGE DIVISION.
D ) WN.
Leave Walhalla vt..... .............. 4.45 a m
Perryville......................... 5.25 a m
" en dleton.............. 6.10 a mi
" Anderson....... ........ 710 a M
Arrive at Belton...... ................ 8.00 a M
Conuecting with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at-------. ......................... 4.30 p m
" Anderson .........................- 53: p I
" Pendleton- -... . ................. 6.30 p =
" Perryvile- ............ 7.15 p m
Arrive at Walhalla .. .................... 7 50 p I
Accommodation Tr. ins will be run on Branch
Roads on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Cokesbury for ).bberille at..... 10.20 m
"9 Abbeville'for C..>kesbury ....... 1.30 p M
Leave Belton for And..rson at........ 8.35 a -I
" Anderson for B-iton........2.30 p m
1110S. DCDAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
M. T. BAnTLET-, Ceneral 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:
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at.... .......... 7.40 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.............3.2) p m
Leave Charleston at ............................. 8.20 a m
Arrive at ColumbIa at........................... 3.40 p m
NIGUT EXPRE.-S, PREIGHT AND ACCOMXGDA
TION THIAIN, fSundays excepted.j
Leave Columbia at............ .....6.50 p
Arrive at Char!cston at............7.o am
Leave Charlest.,n at................... ...........7 10 p I
Arrive at Columbia at .. ...............6.40 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will continue
to run to Columl a s formerly--Mondays, Wed
nesdas and Satur; Ivs.
A. L. TYLER. Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. H.
COLUMBIA S C., March 29. 187?.
ON and after M UNDAY, April 1, the Pas
senger traius over this Road will run as follows:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Lea;e Augusta..........6.45 A. 31. 6.30 P.
Leave Columbia.......11. 45 A. M. 11.10 P.
Arrive Charlotte........6.10 P. M. 5.00 A
Leave Charlotte.........7.10 A. X. 6.3r's
Leave Colfimjia.....1....l.15 P. M. 1.49
Arrive Augusta... 6.15 P. 3. 6.30). -
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sund
excepted. Both trains make c.ose connectio -
a, points North. South and West. No. 1 T
makes close connection at Richmond for Vi
is Springs. .
Throu.gh Tickets sold. and Baggsge checked
all principal points.
Standard Time-Wa.-Lington Cttv Time.
E. P. ALEXAN5ER. Sup't.
E. R. Dor_sY. General Freight and Ticket
Agent. June 21.
Summer Schedule Spartanburg and Union
To Commence 29th Mar, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. T TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. ArrIve. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 5.3.) 5.25
Batsville... 6.00 6.00 453 4.53
Pacolet........ 6."S 6.13 440 4.45
Jonesville........... 6.43 6.48 4.,13 4.10
U'nio%ville.... 5 7.5 3(6 3.25
Santuc.........8.20 8.25 23
Fish Dam.......S.40 8 45 21) 21
Shelton........9.15 920 135 .4
Strother......10 05 10.10) 1 0 25
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