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A tiny, slender, silken thread,
Is friendship, and we make it
Bind hearts and lives to hearts and lives,
Bat e'en a breath may shake it,
And often it takes but one wee word
But one wee word-to break it
It draws the lips in smiling shape,
It draws the look of pleasure
From eye to eye when hands touch hands,
When two hearts beat one meassura;
And draws a meaning from a word
Which makes the world a treasure.
Like string of a tunetl harp or lute
Between glad souls 'is holden,
And love's fond fingers on the thread
Make music rare and golden
Make music such as tender hearts
Could live, and ne'er grow old in.
But if a breath may shake it, let
That breath come near it never,
And never spoken be that word
Which friendship's tie might sever,
BGt let the cord groir stronger till
The dawning of Forever.
Speech Making in Prayer.
There is a great deal of praying
in public that closely resembles
speech making. When the preach
er says "let us pray," the people
bow their heads as if in supplica
tion, but it is too often the case
that the prayer offered in public is
only an oration.-We recently
heard of a minister who commenc
ed his prayer with a eulogy upon
human nature, setting forth its
dignity and independence. Then
a description of the horrible and
enslaving effects of superstition,
and of false views of the character
of God, which have always been
entertained by some in the chris
tian church. He then tells God
who he is-enumerating His at
tributes, remindinm Him of His
capabilities and great powers.
After this, the results of modern
and theological criticism were
summed up, and the prayer con
cluded with a sketch in outline of
the state of things in the "good
time coming, when man will be
emancipated from the bondage of
traditions and rites, and supersti
tious usages, and will reverence
and worship only the Divine Be
ing in His -own nature." Pray
ers offered in public should never
be an oration, nor should they in
clude everybody and everything
in detail, the world over, in the
space of three to five minutes.
which is ordinarily considered
sufficient time to dccupy in one
T'here is but one way to mnaka
pulpit prayers interestingand prof
i table, and that is to make them
local, personal and sympathetic,
and they, will take hold of our
hearts. But to do this, the minis
ter must first take into his own
heart- the every day life of his peo
ple. If he knows them well, and
feels for them as one should feel
for his own soul, he can and will
take them to God, in his arms, in
the warm embrace of his fervid
soul.-When a minister brings the
business cares, perils and successes,
the home-life, the little every day
trials of his people, the personal
j,oys and sorrows of the aged, of
the children, of the youth, of
thiose wvho are weak, bef.ore God,
anid interprets ard presses them
for divine sympathy and help, in
the light of a deep religious in.
sight and powerful love and faith,!
no one will be indifferent or an
profited. They will find his plead
ing taking hold of their own souls ,
and they, will plead ; the prayer,
will be their prayer. and the bless
ing will come to them ;ike "cold
water on a thristy soul." And
prayer will no longer be an in
different part cf the public wor-!
ship to them; they will look forward1
to it with the same interest that
they do to the sermon and recall
its influenee upon their hearts af
ter many days.-N. . Chri.stian
JAPANEsE WOMEN.-The Japa
nese women are not pretty ; but they
have charming natural manners, with
beautifully shaped arms and tiny|I
hands. The young women are all as|
remarkable for their superb white
teeth as the married ones are for their
hideous black ones. This custom1
originated some two or threc hundred
years ago, and is supposed to show
the wife's devotion to her hushand.
One -of the Mikado's wives (so goes
the legend) was very lovely, and to
show her indifference to her personal
atppearance, and to prove her love for
her husband, blackened her beautiful
teeth and shaved off her eyebrows.,
This was considered such a sacrifice,
tha~t all living wives (not to be out
done by Mrs. Mikado) followed her
example. The custom has become
The vast majority of the carpet bagi
party in South Carolina, and the con-i
sequent sense of impunity felt by its
leaders, have brought about a spirit
of insolent lawlessness which may be
strong enough to wreck the organiza
tion. The candidate for State Treas
urei- on Saturday spoke with great
candor of the thefts of his friends and
rivals, and certainly made damaging
statements. The Bolters' Convention,
tinder Gor. Orr, was rather better
composed than the regular one ; but
as they have not sufficient pluck to1
defy and repudiate the great central
so,urce of corruption, they will accom
plish nothing of importance. If any
thing is done for the suffering State.
it must be through the Liberal and
Democratic coalition. -N. Y. Tribune
Life is like a theatre. During the
play, we take higher and lower seats ;
but when it is over, we mingle in the
common stream and go home.
Man's chief wisdom consists in be
in sensible of his follia.
A well poste.l Liberal Republican,
.vriting from Connecticut, 5ays that
5,000 voters who have heretofore act
ad with the Republican party have al
ready enrolled themselves in the Libe
ral ranks. The writer continues : "If
the Grant defection should stop even
where it is, the State would be lost to
Grant by 10,000 majority."
A good sign for a harmonious settle
ment-The dining and wining which for
some days past have prevailed at Geneva.
We are reminded by these diplomatic
dinners of the feasting and toasting all
round which at Washington carried the
High Joint Commission so splendidly
through their arduous labors.
"The pleasantest period in love-making,
says Anthony Trollope, is that in which
lovers can converse about the little ordinary
matters of life." And a proof is given in
the girl who realized the greatest amount
of bliss when she told Ler lover how many
stockings she l.ad. Bless that girl, what a
wife she'd make.
Two colored people in Forsyth, Ga.,
were married the other day on a "license"
which had no reference whatever to the
subject of matrimony. As neither they
nor the parson were the wiser, no great
harm was done.
We regret to learn from the Abbeville
Medium, that the H1on. D. L. Wardlaw was
struck with paralysiN of the right arm and
leg on Monday last. The disease is only
partial, and strong hopes are entertained of
the Judge's speedy recovery.-Carolinian.
A daughter of a Mr. Blackmar, aged
about twelve years, residing about a mile
from Aiken, while employed in picking
grapes on Saturday last was bitten by a
rattlesnake, and now lies in a very pre
The earth is a tender and kind mo
ther to the husbandman ; and yet at
one season he always harrows her bo
som, and at another plucks her ears.
Zeal is fit for wise men, but flour
ishes chiefly among fools.
Rust is battling successfully against King
Cotton. Many fields in Marion have been
Charleston, S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
"WHERE TO SPEND THE SUMMER!"
GLENN'S SPRING HOTEL,
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
THIS celebrated WATERING PLACE
will be open for visitors the 10th d.ty of
June. The medicinal qualities of this Wa
ter are not excelled, and from the numerous
wonderful cures that have been eiTeted by
the use of this Water, I am satisfied that
this is the place for all whose condition can
be improved by the salubrious character of
ROOMS large and pieasant. Good and
attentive servants. TABLE supplied with
the best the market affords. Fancy Balls
during the summer. Ten Pin Alicy, Bil
liard aad Bagatelle Tables, for the amuse
ment of guests. Charges per day, *2.50 ;
per week, *13.00; per month, *35,00.
Cottages to rent at *2.5.00 and 50.00 per
season. Hacks daily from Jonesville, after;
the 25th Jane.
W. D. FOWLER,
June 19, 25-tf- Proprietor.
YOUR INT ER E ST,
GET THE~ BEST!
MY iine of WATCHES is now full and
complete, and the public masy depend on
getting the best at the lowest possible fig
ures, as my facilities are such that I defy
compemition from any market.
I have also in store and cnstantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia
rpond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan. Gold, Jet,
&c.; elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets,
Charms, Lockets, &c.; the latest and most
beautiful patterns in solid Silver and heavy
Plated Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holi
day and other presentations.
Repairing in all branches, by the best work
men and at reasonable rates.
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
Jan. 10, 2-tf39 Columbia Hotel Row.
Fant's Liver Regulator..
One of the best preparations now- before
the public. Hundreds of testimonials can he
shown of its efficacy. Prepared after the
most approved formula, especially for this
climate, and sold by
Feb. 7, 6-tf. ~ DR. S. F. FANT.
All goods SOLD BY US will be delivered
free of Drayage to any one in Town, or any
one in 2 miles of the Court House, and at
the Depot. Alsoeto any one at He!c-:a;
and we guarantee to sell gools as cheap as!
any other house.
LOVELACE & W HEELER.
May 31, 22-tf.
Mrs. Ann Whaley respectfully informs the
Ladies that she has just received a pretty
stock of Fresh and Eiegant Spring Goods. t~o
whieh she invites trieir attention.
April 10, 15-if.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL1
DR UGG IST,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18--tf.
A desirable STORE on Main Street. For
terms, apply to D). MOWER.
For al by n unMOWE
100 Pieces New Style
50 Pieces Poplins.
New and Desirable'
Nov. 22. 47- tf.
TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope. Price
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment nd
Radical cure of Spermatorrhea, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debi!ity. and Impediments to Marriage gene
rally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity,
resulting from Self-Abuse, &^.-By ROBERT
J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Author of the
"Green Book," &c.
The worid-renowned author, in this ad
mirable lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
Self-Abuse may be effectually removed with
out medicines, and without dangerous sur
gical operations, bougics, instruments, rings,
or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and e&ectual by which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may
be, may cure himself cheaply, privatelv and
radically. THIS LECTURE1 WILL PROVE
A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND T- OUS
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents,
or two postage stamps. Also Dr. Cutver
weil's "Marriage Gide," price 50 cents.
Address the publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York.
Post Office Box 4,.56. A pr. 24, 17-1y.
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Every subscriber gets a chance at a VAL
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will be sure to get a Premium, worth from
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Our CASH PREMIUMS are in sumsof S1,
$2, $5, $10 and S20, with from two to ten
premiums of each denomination Our other
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Sewing Machines, Bleached Domestic, &c.,
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Delays are dangerous." Subscribe immne
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For specimen copy of paper, Premium ListI
and terms to Agents, send 3 cent stamp to
J. 0. H. NUTTALL,
Publisher of Our Weekly,
July 31. 31--tf. Charlotte, N. C.
BEFORE DECIDING~ WHERE
EDUCATE YOUR DAUGHTERS,
Inquire Into tite Merits
WILLIAMSTONa S. C,
The FALL SESSION, 1872, will open on
MONDAY, JULY 1st.
P.ATES PER SEsSION OF 2') wEEKs.
Board, including fuel, washing and
Tuition in Regutlar College Course.. 15 00
Instrumental Music...............20 00
Vocal Music, no charge.
Pupils in deheate health derive great
benefit from our healthy climato and Mine
For a Circular, apply to
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M.,
May 15, 20-tf.* President.
South Carolina Railroad.
CHtARLESToN, June 1, 1872.
EXCURSION TICKETS to Greenviile,
Anderson and Walhealla have been put on
;ale To-DAY, and will continue on sale until
Gnod to return cut'l 1st November.
Price to Greenvil!e and Return 517 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $10 70.
Price to Walhall.t and Return $19 ;30.
Excursiot, Tickets also on sale to Catoesa
springs (Ga.)- price $24.
Baggage checked through.
S. B. PICKENS, A. L. TYLER,
G. T. A. Vice-President.
June 10, 25-tf. --____
Trees! Flowers? Bulbs! Seeds!
Nursery Stc'd ! Fit a Floer Plas!
Address F. K. PHEENIX,
600 Acres: 21st year, 12 Greenhouses.
A pp:e, 1,000 1 yr., $23; 2 y. 830; 3 y. 440:
4 y $50. 4 Catalogues, 20 cents.
Jnly 17, 20--4in.
Large Stock i ons Send for
and FAL iCatalogue
Tnequalled PAT G. and
Assortment. I | Price d List.
EDWD J1. EVANS & CO., Yoax. Pa.
July 24, 30-tf.
TURNIP SEED by Mail.
The finest Table and Field var ieties; per
sunce. 10c; l b. 3'c; 1lb. Sl. postpaid to any
iddress. EDW'D J.- EVANS & CO.,
July 24. 31-tr. YOnK. Pi..
For the Fire Side. Furm & Garden-20'
ages-Osi.T FIFTY CENTs A TEAR. Try it
or one year. You will be sure to get your
nneys' worth of sound information. Send
"THE FARM & GARDEN "
Nov. 8, 45-tf. Clinton, S. C.
- Bush. GRIST.
MY stock of the above goods is
Consisting of most all of the
OF THE SEASON,
And at somewhat
Than last year.
rive me a call and set, Cor your
Apr. 5, 14-tf.
IND GET YOUR PICTURES
YOU will find the work 0. K-not K. K.
-and ke--ping pace with tbe 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 p.-trons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 35, 43-tt.
fish' Metallic Burial Cases,
TUE SUBSCRIBER has constantly ot:
hand a fullassortment of the above approved
c.ses, of different patterns, besides coffins
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to iurnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous oi having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always oin 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
r.o effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July !1.
D. W. OWENS,
MAKES AND REPAIRS
BUGGIES, WAGONS, &C.,
Shop on Main Street, near Depot, and on
corner of ro:u Ieadii;g to Helene.
All v irk warranted to be done in good
style, as well as expeditiouly and cheap.
All I ask is a trial.
D. W. OWENS.
Jan. 3, 1-ly.
Something New !!
One of the most complete Sewing Ma
chines ever offered to the public. Call and
examine those on exhibition at the store of
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Feb 7 6 tf
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HE EXCIIANGE HOUSE has been re
furnished, and is again open for the accom
modation of the public.
TRAVELERS AND BOARDERS
Will find pleasant and comfortable rooms,
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON.
Served up in the best style.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS AT THE
P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
May 8, 19-tf PROPRIETOR.
-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
One Year by enclosing 81 to defray mail
ing expenses, &c. Address
Key Box, No. 22, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 18, 42-tf,
Southern Musical Journal.
Ludden & Bates, Publishers, Savannah, Ga.
Published monthly at thec low price of 81.W a
year "A first class magazine of its kind, beauti
fully gotten up, and most ably edited. Thor
oughly Southern in its tone it should be found in
every musical family throughout the South. It
contains each month sixteen pages, sheet rmusic
size, of Musical sketches. Hints, Correspondence,
Melunge, Instructive Edit.rials. Southern Musi
cal Notes, Vocal arnd Instrumental Mlusic, etc.
Ten Dollars worth of choice mnusic given during
the year. B) a special arrangement we can offer
tais magazine as a premium for 5 suosaribers, to
the UISnaI.. or will furnish the .Journai and
HIER.ALD togeth,er for $3.65. Address all orders
to Newberry H ERALu. Mar. 27, 1.3--tf.
COLUMBIA. S. 'r.
T HE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an..
flouncing that this elegan tly.furnisihed
Establishment is now open for the accom
modation of guescs. The cable will always
bge supplied with every delicacy of the seas
son-bothb from Nev; York and Charleston
Markets, arnd no efforts will he sparedl to
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to
Jan 1WW. GORMAN.
Suitable for wvell ropes.
REESE & CARROLL,
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
North of the Poliock House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attendedl to with clcrity, after the
most approved styles. e ov. 2-2, 47-tf.
ALL parties indebted to me b
Memorandum A ccount, or in any other
way, are requested to pay the same at
noi P. MOW E
Simmons' Hepatic Compound, or improved Liver Cure,:
For all Derangements of the Liver. Kidneys, Skin, Stomach and Bowels.
This is an improvement upon the original receipt of A. Q. Szxmxos, of Georgia, put up
in liquid form, already prepared for immediate use, thus saving time and trouble, and in
suring proper proportion of each valuable ingredient.
It is mild and gentle in its action. It removes the bile from the system. It gives tone
and strength to the whole frame. It gives the liver a healthy character and restores the
sinking ind drooping body to health and strength. This medicine has been tried by thous
ands and never found wanting. Under its influence the face will have the bloom of health,
the eye its lustre, the brain its power. It will invig.;rate the feeble, and prove the greatest
blessing to those who suffer.
Try it for yourselves and you will recommend it to youe friends.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
KING & ROSBOROUGH, DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
WALDA, LA., WHOLESALE AGEN NS,
PROPRIETORS. CH ETON, S. C.
Aug. 28, 35-3m.
DIR. S. F. FA]N"Tz
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
vna-7 b'. relied upon for their purity and efficacy.
Fant's 'ionic Bitters,
Compo-ed of the best antiperiodic Tonics known to the Medical Profession.
FANT'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK,
A moat palatable Cordial, particularly recommended to persons of weak habit, and to such
! as reside -n low, damp situatiors, where the nervous 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,
An Invaluable Remedy for Children suffering from Teething, Indigestion. and Bowel Affec
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Are freAh, large and complet., all of, wh'ch I guarantee to be Chemically PTRE.
Also a large and well selected variety of
PE_RFUMERY 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.
jDec. St, 49-tf.
1SPiG CLOTHiI AD IIAT
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODSs
KINA RED & WIL EY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(Successors to Childs & Wiley.)
ARE NOW OPENING the most ELEGANT READY MADE
CLOTHING for MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN tblw has ever been in this
market, and we intend to sell them AT T HE VERY LOWEST FOR CASH.
A pr. 24, 17-tf.
THE uudersigned having established his ofiice at Edgefield, as General Agent for
the Cottont States Life Insurance Company, ins ites attention to one or two of the ad.
vantages offered those who may desire to effect i:nraInce on their lives in a safe fleme
The Board of Mfanagers at a recent meeting, passed unanimously the following reso
"Resolved, That in view of' the fact that there are unusually large sumis paid for
Life Insurance. to the Cnmpanies of the North and East, which sums, being there
invested, contribute to the enr'ichrment of those sections, whilst our own South is
greatly in need of cash capital to prosecute succe.s.4ully our Agricultural and Mechani
cal enterprises ; it is ordered, that for theO pur'pose of re'ainring these sum:s in our
midst, hereafter a certain proportion of thre net cash receipts f'ron premiums, amount
ing to not more than 70) per cent. of tie same he invsted in such mnannrer as may
be in accordance with the regulations of the Company, in those sections from which
the said premiums are attained.1
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
GF.oRG: S. J'BE:.6, Sec'y.
The Financial strength~ of the Company plices it in high rank. Its last An
nua! Statement shows that the Company possenes. besides its large Guarantee, $170
for every $100 of its liability.
M1. WV. AB3NEY, Ger.eral Agent.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resolution of the Managers, the Company proposes
to establish Boards of Supervisory Trustees in each County an:d Vilge in the State, who
v.ill supervise all investments.
Seventy par cent. of all the NET PREMIlM RECEIPTS, from any locality where
there is a Board of Trustees, will be returned and investedl with its 'Policy ifolders;
thereby making the "Cotton States Life," a liOME COM1PANY to every Policy HIolder.
Applications for loaus from atny locality wili be made through its Board of Trustes,
'vhose approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
collaterais are acceptable by the Directors at the Home Office in Macon, Ga. No safer
investment ot the accmulating assets of a Life Company can be mnade than with its Poli
cy Holders, and the ab>ove plan, so liberal and just, is now offered to the people of New
tberry. The privileze of using a Dortion of the Company's assets, is extended to every
one of its Policy IIolders. 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 13. F. LOVEL AGE,CnasigAet
ESTAB LIS HED 1851.
DRI Es DForn.CiigW:hrBad.Selig o ors c,&.Oe ude
difeetPtenlfM udns aig oe 0.0 eto ad o aea e ok ie
WDrk.S Theluboribergca eferogW eteme ard . heli BotBar, Geogi, N.Or Caoa und
r oi a. stoteaater of the:rns wokn for e 00 pa t n her.and o a tre e
The o atica Mhanes, ashlnd and d oorr. s b rae
now ubstag ntl Wore busies inths ce ty. i salsmn sca emd nteUie
W.v o . RUSSELLh&eCO., Est stcEn boe(o ds ot of th eo Btmore
op iche antee werilive res andintheimmediat tocinit hof harlton and SuPanil
ll ork a hpdbs totsca act thalrfo he, s to w nt . ears..an avr&tes.C.R
O T.h1 only Prcia-c-1.,Sahv.idad orMaes bTae
N cAyn on I h usness in hi cTyEL- 20Brrl.n akFlu,itr
CoubaW . . RUSEL d O t iEndo ae te
Allbr Joynpe r, byu Protafprieto- 6S. From lbs..5ve th o . a. p r re.
P. Hamilton Joyn er, Clerk. Nov_29_D._MOWER
Of Board, per Day...............3 00 CUSTOM made pegged CALF
Supper, Breakfast and Lodging..2 00 BOOTS, and warranted.
Single Meals............ ........ ' 00 For sale by D. MOWER.
Sep Stb la9 Nov. 2., 47--f.
W STATIONERY HOUSL
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new. and hand
some building imnediately opposite the
Ph(enix offiee, on Main strect, a complete
uomprising Letter, Cap and Note P?aper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Fint Papers of Cnp, Demy, Double-Cap. Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes. which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any si7e,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of eiery variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books. Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCHiITiCTS and DRAUGIITSMEN will
finfl a complete srock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paner, in sheets and roils,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes. Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Cf every descriptiun; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photoerah Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, s most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black. Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
glmmon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
He- will still conduct his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISIHMENT, which
has been in successful operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own persoual at
tention. His stock will be kepr up full and
complete. and his prices will be found always
I reasonable. and he hopes to have a !hare of
patronag.E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. !:,4-tf Opposite Phonix Office.
Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Com
p!aints of Children. Cure
And other Diseases, incident to the period
Unlike the "Soothing Syrtps," now so
widelv used, this CORDIAL cur.ins
Or other injurious Drug. It i. composed of
the very best materials, and should be
found in every Nursery. The best physi
cians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON. S. C
gg-For sale by MOTTE & TA RRANT,
Newberry, S. C. May 5, 19-if.
WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEALTH
THE BRtGHTEaT sPOT IN THEi SUNNY sOUTH.
.Are located in the Pied-nont regiou, of
Georgia, twenty-five miles southeast of
Chattanooga, Tenn., anid within two miles
of the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
These Springs, fifty ttwo in number, emi
brace every variety of mineral water found
in the famous mountains of Virginia
white, red and black sulphur, Allegbany,
all-healiug and chalybeate, miagnesian soda
and iodine; as also the waters characteri
zing the Montvale Springs, of Tenniessec,
and Indian Springs, of Georgia; all of
which are to be found here in abundance,
within the compass of this "Magic Vale,"'
AFFORDING A fERTAIN CURE
for Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Gout, Liver
Complaints, Scrofula, all kinds of Cutaneous
Affections, and in fact, every disease that
human flesh is heir to.
THE HOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINGS
arc in thorough condit'on, newly painted.
and entirely new appointmients.
iTHE TABLE WILL BE FIRST-CLASS
ievery particular. A magnificent ball
room, 100 'y .30 feet, and elegantly fitted
parlors. Billiard and bar roo-n 75 feet long,
and.a capacious bowling saloon.
Direct telegraphic and postal enniunli
The buildirgs and grounds will be bril
liantly illuminated .vith gas, anid every at
traction will be afforded the visitors to Ca
The above Watering Place will be open
ed to patrons June 1st, 1872, he
W. C. IhEWITT,
Late of Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
June 10i, 25--uf.
THlE First Edition of Tw o Hrna
TIIoCsisn copies just published. It is ele
gantly printed on line tinted paper, in Two
Cotons, and illustrated with ever Three
Hundred Engravings of Flowers ar.d
TWO COLORED PLATES.
The m1ost beauriltil anud instructive Cata-!
Iogue and Floral GuIde in the world
112~ pages, giving thorough directions for
the culture of Flowers and Vegetables, or
nmenting groundls, ma!<ing walks, &c.
A Christmias present for my customers,
ut forwarded to any who apply by tutail,
for TEN Cmvs, Onliy one-1tiarter the cost.
Adhdrens, JAMES VICK,
At the Brick Yard
E. H. CHRISTIAN.
ILLINEItY 8 T 1C K
In the up country and receiving daily addi
tions by Express, at
A pr. oa ..-t n. unWnR'S.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA. S. C., Jane 9,187L
ON and after SUNDAY. the Ilth instant, pas
enger TraiEs upon this Road wi!l arrive and
cave as follows:
MAIL AND PASSENGER TZAIX.
eave Columbia t. --....740 p m
irrive at Charleston at.............. 3.2 p m
..eave Charle-ton at ............................. 8.20 a m
krrive at Columbla at........................ 3.Q pm
GIGET E!PaE-8, PREIGHT AND ACCOMMODA.
TION TaAIN. 'Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at........................6.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston at......... ..7.00 a m
Leave Charlestin at...................710 p m
krrive at Columbia at .. ............. 6.40 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will continue
:o run to Columbia as formerly-Mondays, Wed
3esdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
Dharlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
COLUMBrA. S C., March 29. 187-2.
ON and after MONDAY, April 1. the Pas
lenger trains over this Road will run as follows:
Train No. 1. Train No.2.
Leave Augusta..........6.46 A 3f. 6.30 P. M.
Leave Columbia.......11. 45 A. X. 11.10 P. 3.
Arrive Charlotte........610 P. 31. 5.x9 A. 31.
Leave Charlotte.........7.l A. 31. 6.30 P. M.
Leave Columbia.........1.15 P. 31. 1.49 A. 3.
rrive Augusta. .........6.15 P. 3. 6.30 A. W.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sundays
acepted. Both traiLs make close connection to
01l points"North, . South and We*t. -No. I Tr-aiz
nakes close connection at Richmond for Virgin
Through Tickets sold. and Baggage checked to
Il1 principal points.
Standard Time-Washington Ctty Time.
E. P. ALEXANDER. N' -.
E. I. DORSEY, General Freight and ckt
igent. June 21.
unmmer Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 29th May, IQ71.
DOWN TRAIN. 1'P TR1AIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Lea%e.
iparzauburg.... 5.) 5.25
Batesville. 6.0r; 6.!o 4 53 4.5
Pacolet........ 6.4-8 6.13 4 4' 4.43
Jon(sville .......... 6.43 6.48 4., 5 4.11
Lnionville....... .. 7.25 7.5 1 . 5
Santuc...----...... 8.20 S.25 2.30 2.
Fish Dam........... 8.41 8 45 2.1) 2.15
Shelton......... 0.15 0 2:) 13 5 1.4
Lyles' Ford......... 94) 9.45 1.12 1.117
Strother.............. 1 05 10.11 12 50 12.5
Alston. ----.- 11.(K 12 I)C
May 31, 1711. THOS. B. JETER, President.
W. L. GOURDINE,
Respectfully announces that he
prepared to dut and fit gentlemei
suits to their entire satisfaction. Ha.
ing had a large experience in the tail
oring business. and being constantly
supplied with the latest New York
Fashions, he feels no hesitancy in ask
ing for patronage . Work promptly
delivered. Terms moderate.
To making sack coat................. 54 00
To cut and mztke pants................ 2 00
To cut and make vest.................. 2 00
To cut and make walking coat.........5 00
To cut and make fine black frock coat.. 8 00
ro cut snit of clothes.............. 1 C0
The Christian Neighbor
Is published every Thursday, in Columbia,
S. C., by
SIDI H, EOWNE, Editor and Proprietor.
THE NEIGHBOR, now in its fifth year,
continues an Advocate of Christiar,ito
against all other religions-~"war" relignion's
in particular. As a Cut-Rex paper, it is
not bigoted, but Methodist.
Though it has never aispired to the hon
ars or profits of an "offcial," yet the
NEIGHBOR is a Church paper, and an organ
af edification to the FAILuY, the Sciuoor.
and the CHIRc-to ALL who may read
Excepting the publicatior.s at Nashville,
Tenn., the CHRISTIAN NEIGHRoRH, I ke all
the other periodicals in the interests of the
Mf. E. Ghcrch, South, is private property.
And excepting a weekly of the African M.
E. Church, there is not, besides the NEIGn
BoR, a Methodist paper of any sort pub
lished in South Carolina, or within a hun
dred miles Outtde.
Only select Advertisements, and limited
in number, will be admitte'd.
TRnMs: One year, in advance, $2.00;
six months, $l.t0. If payment be surely
made within three months, it is accepted
as in advance.
Any person sending $5.00 for others,
shall have his own paper a year for
81.00; for $10.00 sent for others, the send
er shall have his own paper a w hole year
free: or, on all amounts above one's owr.
subscriptio::, a commission of 20 per cent.
will be allowed.
The NEIGH ro:., circulating at present in
thirty States of the Union, wat an AcnvlE
agent for every town and( neighborhood in
South Carolina and beyond.
Address: GHRISTIAN NEIGHBOR,
May 22, 21-tf. COLxL.tah, S. C.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS,
DAILY, TEI-wEEKzy Y. AND WEEKLY,
IRIORDAN, DAWSON & Co.,
OFFICE 30. 149 EAST RAY sTREET,
CHAR.LESTON, S. C.
rhe Daily News ---................... 8 a year.
rhe Tri-Weekly News................4 a year.
rhe Weekly News................ ....2 a year.
Thme Charleston News has a large r circulation
han any other P'aper in the Southeastern States.
Transient Advertisements for thme Dail7 Edi
ion. first insertion. 15 cents a line, of sold non
2areil: subsequent insertions, 10 cents a line.
Jan. 24, 4--t.
Columbia, S. C.,
This pleasantly located Hotel, unsurpassed by~
ny liouse mi tihe Southi for comfort and healthy
ocality, is now orpen to TraveI,ers and others
eeking accommodation. Families can he fur.
ilshed with nice, airy rooms on reasoar.a.
erms. "~A call is solicited." My omnibus wil!
e at the different depoIs
Jan 1 - SARAH L,. WRIGHT.
[The Pap:r.for Etcey Recadr.
!ormerly Called The Illustrated Family
A MAMMOTH REPOSIToRY OF GOOD
tEADING, Science. Art, Stories. Poetry. Eti
ruette. F-ashions, Farm. Garden, Hlousehold
ilatter and Recipes.
Already reaches i'IVE HCNDPY.D post of6ices in
he South alone. and has a readiTgcirculatiou of
Wear Th IRTY THOCSA ND.
That its already immense circulation may be
xtended until it reaches all lovers of good read
ng. the publishers are receiving subscriptions at
nly One Dollar a Year. and send ir.gstoev-ry
ubscriber a splenidid premium package contain
ng TlHtlRT Y differeut aricles. among which are
he latest faehicmable Tin red. Initialed and French
>tationerv, Perfumed sachet, Pens, P'encil, and
hoice of'a piece of Jewelry. The premium in
nost places, would cost more than a dollar. An
xtra copy and premium sent free for a club of
ye. '.atches, Sewing Machines. Pi2nos. Dic
onaries. AXlbums,.Silver Ware, given for clubs.
ow is the t:me to subscribe, and get specimen
apers and premium, and raise a club. Send One
)oi]ar for one year'< sub.scription, and 25 cents
a cover expenses for mailing premium.
Lddress plainly. "RPecord and Repository," or
R. A. H A RRISON & Co..
Oct. 4, 40--tf- Sparta. Ga.
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