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Do Not Get the Blus..
Trip lightly over trouble,
Trip lightly over wrong,
We only make grief double
By dwelling on it long.
Why clasp woe's hand so tightly?
Why sigh o'er blossoms dead?
Why cling to forms unsightly?
Why not seek joy instead?
Trip lightly over sorrow,
Though all the day be dark,
The sun may shine to-morrow,
And gaiiy sing the lark;
Fair hopes have not departed,
Though roses may have led;
Then never be down-hearted,
But look for joy instead.
Trip lightly over sadness,
Stand not to rail at doom;
We've pearls to string of gladness,
On this side of the tomb;
Whilst stars are nightly shinin;,
And the Hes(ven is overhead,
Encourage not repining.
But look for jov ircteod.
Lu V E.
The sea bath its pearls,
The heavens have their stars,
But my heart, my heart,
My heart bath its love.
Great are the sea and the heavens,
But greater is my heart,
And brighter than pearls or stars
Sparkles an glows my love.
Thou youthful ittle maiden,
Come to my mighty heart;
Mv beart and the sea and the heavens
Are melting away with love.
Presidential Prospects and the
Campaign in the South.
Alabama; -Chances rezarded
favorable for Greeley and Brown.
The Conservatives carried the
State elections in 1870 by ma
jorities rangir.g from 1,700 to 4,500.
The white vote e- -eds the black
by about 8,000. T t. radicals have
put on their ticket some native
wbite men of good character.
Arkansas.-Is regarded certain
for Greeley and Brown. This
State up to this time has been
"ruled by the most desperate and
villainous carpet bag ring to be
found anywhere in the South. A
Liberal majority of at least 15,000
is counted upon. It is said that
a good mny of the ngro votes
are for Greeley.
Delaware and Florida.-Delaware
is certain for Greeley. In Florida
the white vote exceeds the black
by about 1,000. Florida is re
garded doubtful. The chances
about equal, or slightly in Gree
Georgia.-Certain for Greeley.
30,000 majority anticipated.
Kentucky-Certain for Greeley
by about 50.000 majority.
The negro vote exceeds the white
by about 6.000.
Maryland-Deemed certain for
Greeley by about 30,000 majority.
31ississippi-Doubtful. The ne
gro majority is from 10,000 to 15,
Missouri-Regarded certain for
Greeley by about 40,000 majority.
North Carolina-Chances arc
good for Greeley.
South Carolina-Regarded good
for Grant. as both of the Radical
parties support Grant, and the
negro vote exceeds the white by
Tennessee -Deemed sure for
Greeley by about 50,000 majority.
Te.ras and the tico Tirginias
Certain for Greeley. In Texas
the whites out-number the blacks
by n early t wo to one. In Virginia.
it is expected that Greeley's ma
jority will be about 30.000. As to
West Virginia, the late election
shews that it may be counted as
certain for the Liberal ticket.
To recapitulate, the States
which are certain for Greeley
Stw.Eetlvt.jStates. Elect'l vote.
Arkansas...... 6 e:ese1
Delaware. .... T3 a.....
Georgi........ 11 igii....i
Kentucky....... 12 igna
The States which are doubtful,
but which will probably go for1
The only South State which is
counted as certain for Grant is
The one doubtful State which is
pr'obable is Mississippi--S.
Such is the view of the situation
in the Southern States, as given
by a correspondent of the New
York Tribune, who claims that he
has visited eac:h State referred to;
andi that his conclusions are based
upon a fair, accurate and imp)artial
examination in each case.
The reviewer thus concludes :
"If Gireelev- carries-none of the
doubtful Southern States, he can
be elected by the vote of New
York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey
anid Indiana. with those States in
the South of which he is sure. If
he carries Alabania and Louisiana.
as I am confident he will, the vote
of New York and Pennsylvania
alone will come within one electo
ra vote of the 184 reouired for a
choice. Or. he could lose Penn
svlvania arid still succeed with
I~ndiana and New Jre,and
either Connecticut, Wisconsin, or
any two of the three Pacific States.
The Liberais at the North may
be assured that the prospects at
the South are fully as e ncouraginig
as I have represented above, if
Hartrauft is defeated in Penn
svlvania in October, there will be
no further doubt about the result
in the States I have classed as
dout>tful, and in all the South
Grant will be able to expect no
support save in South Carolina-"
When d oes a young lady ~ wish to win
more than seven bjaux at once ? When
ek n.;w thi IrelaW ar
Due West Female Col
SEND US YOUR DAUGHTERS.
THE next Session opens Oct. 7th. Only
the very best teach-rs are employed.
Boarding, including washing and fuel,
and Tuition one year, $184.50.
Ov r lo pupils are present annually.
The President will be at the Nickerson
Hoose, Columbia, Friday night the4th Oct.,
and will take charge of pupils on G. & C. R.
R., Saturday the 5th.
Send for a Catalogue.
J. I. BONNER, President.
Sep. 4, 36-2m.
Millinery and Straw Goods,
White Goods, Embroideries, &c.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO,
Importers, .Manufacturers and JoLbers
B)rnit, Trimming, Nck and Sash Ribbons,
Velvet Ribbons, Neck Ties, Bonnet Silks,
Satins, Velvets and Crpes, Flowers,
Feathers, 9rnaments, Frames, &c.
Shr'w Bonis and Ladies and Children's Hats,
TRIMMED A3D UNTRIMMED.
A.ND IN CONNEcTING WARERooMS
White Goods, Linens, Embroideries,
Laces, Nets, Collars, Setts, Handkerchiefs,
Veiling, Head Nets, &c., &c.
Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore Street,
These goods are manufactured by us or
bought for Cash directly from the European
and American Manufacturers, embracing all
the latest novelties, unequalled in variety
and cheapness in any market.
Orders filled with care, promptness and
despatch. Aug. 28, 35-3m.lw
IET THE BEST!
MY line of WAFCHES is now fall and
complete, and the public may depend on
getting the best at the lowest possible fig
ures, as my facilities are such :hat I defy
competition from any ma,rket.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies' Sets. in Dia
Tpond, Coral, Cameo, EtruscaT, Gold, Jer,
&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.
TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope. Price
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical cure of Spennatorrhea, or Seminal
.Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gene
rally; Nervousness, Con<umption, Epilepsy,
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity,
resul:ing from Self-Abuse, &c.-By ROBERT
J. CULVERWELL, 31. D., Author of the
Green Book," &c.
The world-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, bougies, instrumente, rings,
or cordials, pointing out a mode ot cure at
once certain and effectual by w'hich every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may
be, may cure himself cheaply, privatelv- and
radicatlly. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE
A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND TiiOUS
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
scaled envelope, on the receipt of six cents,
or two postage stamps. Also Dr. Cutver
well's "Marriage Guide," price 50 cents.
Address the publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York.
Post Office Box 4,586. A pr. 24, 17-17.
BEFORE DECIDING WHERE
EDUCATE YOUR DAUGHTERS,
Inquire into the Merits
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
The FALL SESSION, 1872, will open on'
MOND AY, .JULY 1st.
RATES PER SEssION OF 20 wEEK~s.
Board, including fuel, washing and
TuiLion in Regalar College Course.. 15 00
Instrumental Music...............20) 00
Vocal Mu:sic, no charge.
Pupils in dehleate health derive great
benefit from our healthy climate and Mine
For a Circular, apply to
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M.,
May 15, 20-t f. President.
Suitable for well ropes.
Fant's Liver Regulator.
One of the best preparations now before
he public. Hundreds of testimonials can he
~hown of its efficacy. Prepared after the
nos: approved formula, especially for this
limat.e, and sold by
Feb. 7, 6--tf. DR. S. F. FA NT.
All Eoods SOLD BY US wll be delivered
rnec of Drayage to anyv one in Town,, or any
ie in 2 miles of the Court House, and at
he Depot. Also to any one at Heb-a ;
mid we guarantee to sell goods as cheap as
moy other house-.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
May 31, 22-tf.
- Bush. GRIST.
For saje by D. MOWER.
WE respectfully call the attention of our
citizens and those in adjoining towns to our
JOB AND CARD
Comprise the most desirable to be found in
any COUNTRY JOB and
And we have otlier material, embracing a
large variety of
Plain and Fancy Type,
SUITABLE FOR THEF PRIT1\ING 01
Printed in desirable styles, besides
Iili ad WBd dil[ IlltatioRs
School and Town Reports,
CONCERT, AUCTION and POST
BILLS OF ALL KINDS. ]
Keatly printed at this offiee, upon ruled pa
>er of any size.
FHE NEWBERRY HERALD
IS ISSUED WEEKLY,
A.T $3 IN~ ADVANCE,
Ten Copies...............22 50 )
And one to getter up of Club. hi
$1.50 for each square of one inch space, i
or first insertion, and $1 for subsequent, P
or one month or less.C
For a lon.ger time proportionately less.
Lie-lcoutracts made for the year.
MY stock of the above goods is
'onsisting of most all of the
)F THE SEASON,
nd at somewhat
"han last year.
Give m( a call and see for your
Apr. 5, 14-tf.
IB GET YOUR PICTURES
YOU will find the work 0. K-not, K. K.
-and ke, ping pace with the tirmes and in
Just received a fine lot of ALBUMS, both
>ook and revolving, and a splendid lot of
iew and beautiful Stereo's.
Call at once on the friend who is always
cady and anxious to ple::so his na:trons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 35, 43-ti.
D. W. OWENS,
MAKES AND REPAIRS
BUGGIES, WAGONS, &C.,
;hop on Main Street, near Depot, arid or
corner of road leading to Helena.
All % %rk warranted to be done in good
ityle, as well as expeditiously and cheap.
All I ask is a tri:l.
D. W. OWENS.
Jan. 3, 1-y.
One of the most complete Sewing Ma
hines ever offered to the public. Call and
xamine those on exhibition at the store of
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Feb 7 6 tf
COLU3IBIA. S. C.
TIHE EXCHANGE HOUSE has been re
urnished, and is again open for the accom
nodation of the public.
TRAVELERS AND BOARDERS
Vill find pleasant arid comfortable rooms,
LLL T HE DELICACIES OF TH E SEASON.
Served up in the best style.
HEALS AT ALL HOURS AT THlE
P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
May s, 19-tf ROPRIETOR.
frees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seeds!
Nlrsery Stock ! Fruit alid flower Plates!
Address F. K. PHENIL
600 Acres; 21st year; 12 Greenhouses.
tpple, 1,000 1lyr., $20; 2 y.S$30; 3 y. $40;
4 y. S50. 4 CatLa logues, 20 cents.
Jnly 17, 20-4a.
Large Stock POR Send for
and FAL Catalogue
inequalled PATG. and
Assortment. I Priced List.
EDW'D .T EVANS & CO., YOaK, PA.
July 24, 30-tf.
Th iet al n Field varifetIes; per
unce.1"c; i lb. 3c 1 lb. 81 oa'tiad to any
July 24. '3j-t. Ta, PA.
.00 Pieces New Style
50 Pieces Poplins.
New and Desirable
Nov. 22, 47-tf.
WHERE TO SPEND TflE SUMMER I"
GLENN'S SPRING HOTEL,
SPARTANBL~RG, S. C.
THIS celebrated WATERING PLACE
ill be open for visitors the lithi da or
inc. The medicinial qualities of thie Wa
r are not excelled, andl fronm the numeirrous
:taderful cures thart hive becen eaffetcted bv
e use of this Water, I am siti.lfied tha't
is is the plaice for all whose condition can
improved by the salubrious character of
110OMS l:rge andI pleas-nt. Good and
terative serv.mts. TABTLE suppleda waitha
e best the maarket affords. eF.mey. B3all
arin:: the summtner. Ten Pin Alley Bil-3t
*rd ad Bagateile Tables, for the amuse
enrt of guests. Ch arges per da,825*
r week. $13. a n; pt.r mnonth, $3,1.
itge r*nt a' $ 'l.00 and' 5y it par
1al. H;ack; dly trana J --.' ilk, aIter
e 25th June.
W. D. FuW LER.
NEW STfTIfNERYT HOSE
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
some building immediately opposite the
L Pboenix office, on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities an4 of every description;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap. 31e
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any %.e,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of everv varic:y, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Plocket Books, ITvoIe and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, Note l1ook.
ARCIMrlfEC rs :md DRAUGITSMEN will
find a complete siock of materiak for their
usc. Drowing Paper, in shts and rnll-.
lristol Boa:ds, 1o-ta I Paper and Boards,. Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every de-cription; a great variety of con
venient and useful artieles for both Teachersi
Photogrnh Album-;, Writing Desks, Port
folios. Cabas, with boxes, and a c,untless
Also, a most elegint stock of Gold Pens
aInd Pencil Cases, superbly-mountted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Inde!ihic
ar Copying; Mucila:ae; Chess and B ick
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, aud everything usuaily kept in a
First Wass Stationery House,
Which the sibscriber intends this shall be.
le will still conduct his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA.
PER-RULING ESTABLISTIMENT, which
has been in succesfnl operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own per-:onal at
tention. Iis stock will be kept up fill and
completc, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES. Main Street,
Nov. 15, 4G-tf Oppo-ite 1hce;ix offlee.
GE R MAN
Invaluable in Teething. and Summer Com
plaints of Chihlren. Cures
And other Diseases, ineident to the period
Unlike the "Sothiinz Syrops," Low so
widely used, this CORDIAL conltains
Or other injurion, Drtg. It is composed of
the very best materials, and should be
found in every Nursery. The best physi
cians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHAR LESTON. S. C
egEFor sale by MOTTE & TARRANT,
Newberry, S. C. May 3, S-tf.
WON DERFUI FOU NTAINA OF IIEA~LTI
AND PLEASU RE.
THE BRIGH[TE&T sPOT IN THlE sCNNY SOUTH.
Are located in' the Pietd-nont region, of
Georgia, twenty-five miles s-outheast of
Chattanooga, Tenn., aid wi:htin two mniles
of the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
These Sprinps, fifty two in number, em
brace every variety of mnineraul water fotund
in the famous mountatns of Virginia
white, red and black sulphur, Alleghtany,1
IalI-nealing and.chalybeate, nmagnesian soda~
zing the Montvale Springs,~ of Tnese
and Indian Springs, of Georgia ; aIr of
which are to be found here in ahn:dance,
within the conmpass of this "Mag'e Vale,"
AFFORDING A CERTAIN CURE
for Dyspepsia, Rheum-itism, Gout, Liv.-r
Complaints, Scrofula, all kinds of Cuii neous
Affections, and in fact, every disease that
human flesh is heir to.
THlE IIOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINGS
are in thorough conditi, tnewly painted,
and entirely new appoinitmnts.
THE TABLE WILL BIE FIRST-CLASS
in every particutlar. A magnrificent ball
room, 100 *y 3m feet, atnd elegantly fitted
parlors. Billiard and bar roo-n '75 feet long,
anid a c-apaciouts howling sa!oon.
iect telegraphic antd postal communmi
The buildir gs and grounds n ill he bril
liantly illtumina ted with gaa, anad every at
traction will be afforded the visitors to Ca
The abore Watering PIuee will be open
ed to patrons June Is', Wie7, hv
W. C. HIEWITLT.
Late of Globe Hlotel , Augusta, Ga.
Jttne 19, 25-rf.
TIlE First Editiotn of Two IronEn
Trtomsn copies just published. It is ele
gantly printed otn fitne tin:ted paper, in Two
CoL,ons, and illustrated with o,er Three
Hinndred Engraving of Flowers and
I \egetables, andi
TWO COLORED PLATES.
The most heautif11ul ad irtiv C-'~t ata
logue and Floral GuIde tn or- -
112 pages, givintg thorouch directionts for
the cutlture of Flowers and \egetabh-s, or
t'na rittg grounds, miakinig walks, &c.
btforwa?rded to any w ho apply byu mail,
for TEN CaNTs, only one.guatrter the cost.
Address, JAMES VICK,
Jatt. 3, 1-tf. ROCiHESTER, N. Y.
At the Brick Yard
B. H. CHRISTIAN.
Simmons' Hepatic Compound, or Improved Liver Cure,
For all Derangements of the Liver. Kidneys, Skin, Stomach and Bowels.
Pat up in liquid form, already prepared for immediate use, thus saving time and trouble,
and insuring 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 tbe liver a healthy character and restores the
ginking and drooping body to heolth and strength. rhis medicine has beenmried by thots
ands and never found wanting. Under its influence the face will have the b!oom of health,
the eye its lustre, the brain its power. It will invigorate the feeble, and prove the greatert
blessing to those who suffer.
Try it for yourselves and you will recommend it to your friends.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND DE ALERS EVERYWHERE.
KING & ROSBOHOUGH, DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
WALDA. FLA.. WHOLESALE AGENTS,
PROPRIETORS. CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 28, 35-3m.
DR S -F. -ITT
HOLESA.E AND RETAIL
PHARMACEUT&ST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY commrends to the confiderec of t conmuniity hi4 populir prepara.
tione', which are manufactured tinder his own sLpervision, with great care, and which
may be rehed upon for their purity and efficacy.
Fant's Tonic nitters,
Composed of the best antiperiodic Tonics known to the Medical Profes-ion.
FANT'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK,
A no.t palatable Cordial, par,icularly recomr mended to persons of weak habit, and to such
as reside in low, damp situations, where the nervous system is, more or lets, relaxed.
Fant's Compound Syrnp 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 Chiidren suffering from Teething, Indigestion, and Bowel Affec
My stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
A,e freAi, large and complete, all of wh-ch I guarantec to be Chemically PURE.
Also a lrge and well se!ecte'd variety of
PERFUMiERY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Both Foreirn and Americ.n.
WINES AND LIQUORS oi purest qualities for Medicinal purposes.
SUPERIOR WHITE WINE VINEGAR.
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.
Prescriptions Carefully Compouided at any Hour of
the Day and Xight.
,PRiAG CLO"ins AlD 11ATS9
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
KJNA RD &~ WIL EY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(Successors to Childs & Wiley,)
ARE NOW OPENING the most ELEGANT READY MADE
CLOTHJING for MEN. BOYS and CIILDRIEN that has ever been in this
market. and we intend to sell them AT THE VERY LOWEST FOR CASH.
A pr. 24, 17-tf.__________
THE uudersigned having established his office at EdgeGield, as General Agent for
the Cotton States Life Insurane Comtpany, in i'es attention to one or two of the ad.
vantages offered those who may desire to eWecet inisura::e eon their lives in a safe Home
The Board of 3Managers at a recnt mieeting, passed utnanimously the following reso
Rfesolved, That in view of the fact thtat ti':e are nris.:lly large sum's paid for
Life Insurance, to the Companie.< of the North and E,s, v.hich sunms, being there
invested, contribute to the enriehozr,t of those se< tions, whtilst our own - South is
greatly in need of cash capital to prosecuite sutcces-fully our Agricultural and Miechani
cal enterprises ; it is ordered, that for the pur:posc of retaining these sums in our
midst, hereafter a certain proportion of the net :.ish receipms from premtiums, amiount
ing to not more than 70 per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
be in accordance with the regiulations of the Comnpany, in tiose sections from which
the sail premiums are attuuined."
(Signed) W3M. D. JOHNsON, Prestr.
Gr.onr S. O'BE.sa, Sec'y.
The Financial strength of the Compa.ny places it in~ high rank. Its last An
nuil Statemnent shows th:at the Co:npa:: pusseses, be.ides its large Guarantee, $17o
for evers $100 of its liaisility.
M. W. ABNEY, General Agent.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resohnion of the Mianagers, the Company proposes
to establish Boards of Supervisory Truatees in eacih County and VilIlge in the State, who
will supervise all investmnents.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PRE'!ID RE%iEPTS, from any locality where
there is .u Board of Trustees, will be returned and investedl with, its Policy Iloldei :~
thereby making the "Cotton States Lifu," a ilME GCO1PANY to eve.ry Policy Holder.
Applications for loans fronm any loe:dity w!i be rnade through its Boaird of Trustees,
whose approval will secure a loan at moderate rat'es, and for any period, provided the'
collaternis are acceptable by tihe Directors ar -h, Ilomne Office in: Macon, Ga. No safer
investment of the accumulating assets of a Life Company can tbe mude than with: its Pl'i
cy Holders, anid the above plan, s iceral &:d j t, is no0w ocre to theC people 02 New.
terry. The prviee of sn oto fte'opn' assets, is ext:nded to every
one of its Policy ilo!d..rs. I therefore prop' to esnablish a noard of Trustees here in
Newerry, :md at any o:her poi:nt in :hec Di.:; iet here d.sirable.
Mdar. 27, 13i-:f B. i-'. LOVEL AGE1, Canvassing Agent.
ESTABfLISH ED 1851.
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0ifaen t'ten fMudn.mkn vr1000feto ad o al tNwYr rcs
li-tipee.Do n no rmrmd o re tsotntc.SarRi,Nwi n
(/)ser ofWla adM-gn,onhn n ad oodr
)lor Mida t oorin chrce of ether oar . r he vttwnty Boeards. are & vra ade
T t!~e onl Practic3a oecanic sd Sah nd ad oor krsy'rde.
itot.w c aryin on hausnedi thi ci~ety.uko b bv Gosseho h Ci CBlio
- W. P. RUSS ELL & CO.. Ejet End of Hazel Street,
Opposite Wando FttIZer Works. and in the immediate vicinity of Charleston and Pavilion
All work shipped by us is at half price, to-wit: 65c. per 100 lbs., over the So. Ca. R1. R.
SA T O N AL H OT EL , t 200 Biarrels and Sack Flour, in store;.
Columbia, S. C. aid to arrivte,
Robert Jovnier, Proprietor. From 87.50 to $10 per barrel.
P. Hlamriltoni Joyner, Clerk. Nov 29 D. MOWER.
if Board, per R..-..........3 CU STOM niade r egged CALF
ipr .hakfast'and Lodging..2 00 1)dwardd
inigle Mea!.................... 1 m rokb D. MGWER.
Greenville & Columbia Railroa
Daily. Sundays excepted, connectin.Z with
NIght Trains on South Carolina Railroad, up
'n down, also with Trains going North and
south on Charlotte, Columbia aud Augusta
Railroad. and Wilmington, Columbia and An
Lkave Columbia. ...............715 a m
Alston....................... 9.05 a m
Newberry.......................10.40 a m
" Cokesbury................200 pnm
Belton........... ......3.50 p m
Arrive Greeavi!He..................... 5.30 p In
Leave Greenville........................ 7.3) a m
" 3-elton....................... 930 a m
Cokesbary...............1115 a m
Abbeville--.-- .................. S.5 a m
Newberry....................... 2.30 p m
Alston. ................4 20 p m
Arrive Columbia ...................... 6.00 p m
UNDEnISON BRANCH AND BLUE RIDGE DIVISioN.
Leave Walhaila at............... 5.4; a m
Perrvville......... ......625 a m
Iendleton................ 7.10 a m
Anderson...................i a m
Arrive at Belton .. - - - ............. 9.0 a In
Connectiuz, with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton . t................................. 3.50 p M
Andersou... ............45 p w
" Pend dltn ... ...... . ................ 5.5j, p M
Perryvifle............... 6.3.5 p In
Arrive at Walhal!a ................... ....... 7 15 p m
Accommodation Trains run on Abbeville
Brar.cls. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
)n Andur.oi Branch. between Be;ton and All
Jerson, on Tusdays. Thursdays ar.d Saturdays.
T11OS. DOD.MEA D, Gen'] Sapt.
JABEZ NOa'ToN, Geueral ficket Agent.
Sep. 11, 7-tf.
inumner Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrire. Leave.
ipartanburg.... 5.3 5.25
Batesville... .... 6.01 6.() 5 45
Pacolet .............. 6: 8 6.13 440 4.45
Jonesviile........... 6.43 6.48 4.t 5 4.
L:Lionville ....7.25 't.5 3 4,;- 3.25
.8.20 8.25 2.30 2.35
Fith Dam........... 8.4) 8 45 2.1) 2.15
Shelton...... ... 9.15 92 35 1.40
LyIes'Ford......... 9.4) 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother.............. 1, 05 14.1u 1250 12.55
Alston... . . 11.'-G 12 0yj
THOS. B. J.ETER, rresident.
May 31, 1871.
Columbia, S. C.,
This pleasintly located Hotel. unsurpassed by
any House in the South for comfort and healthy
locality, is now open to Trave!ers and others
5eeking accommodation. Families can be fur
nished with nice, airy rooms on reasoratle
terms. "A call is solicited." My omnibus will
be at the different depots
Jan 1 SARAH L. WRIGHT.
FOR YOUR ME. LS
ts,Breakfast Going 'p and Dinner
Charleston, S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
T HE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an,
oneing that this elegantly.farnished
Etblishment is now open for tne accorg
modation of guests. The table will always
be supplied with every delicacy of the sea%
son-both from Ne w York and Charleston
Markets, and no efforts will be spared to
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to
Jan 1WW3. GOR3MAN.
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