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no6k grat mseoes of th. late CoVn
raodore Vandrbilt Is st"aibpating
&ad railroadIng, whereby he amassed
* **for4i than any .otherp
TAto poe .dwIng a lifetime, has
IakwaUy awakened * stoong desire
to, eM the seoret of his uniform and
moet surprising achievements. The
Comemodore laimself, when question"a
ed'pom the subject during the latter
ys.s of I1e life, gave varteus explar
na e6ft Tooneyougtan who
was about enterinmg4poU, thq career
of a *ail Sti broker, and i o had
sopghta;his.co~neel,:he said: "Soeny
do,4't never sell what you haven't
got," which was an excellent piece
of advice for a stockbroking adven.
turer, notwithstanding is defective
grammar. To another ho said: 'Sam,
don't never put it into any man's
power to ruin you." And this might
be put in letters of gold over the desk
of every one who runs financial risks
whether in Wall street or elsewhere,
and it would be an excellent maxim
also for a politician. To another as
pirant for fortune, who bad asked his
advice he said: "Don't never buy
what you can't pay for.".
,.ose were three admirable max
isp# ,or business, and he probably
acted'through his long and successf
tul career in strict conformity with
n. He never speculated, nor
tuAde any rash ventures. But his
iavorite maxim, the one which he set
highest value and most seriously
PA00cated upon those who were on
intimate terms with him,
Ak condensation of one among the
t of the proverbs of Solomon:
"In all labor there is profit; but the
talk of ihe lips tendeth otly to ponu
ry." The Commodore had probably
never read this golden proverb, and
he can hardly be said to have para
phrased it in putting it into his home
ly advice: "Keep your mouth abut."
This was what be said to his young
grandson, upon whom he based his
hopes of founding a dynasty, only a
few days before his own mouth was
closed forever. He had been giving
the young man some words of serious
advice, and he ended by Baying:
"But above all, keep your mouth
shut." He used to say that ho owed
most of what was called his good
fortune to the practice of keeping to
himself what he meant to do until he
had done it. And this has been the
habit of all great men who have done
anything during their lives to excite
the wonder of their fellow beings.
New York Sun.
The New Orleans Democrat makes
the Returning Board of Louisiana a
pretty set to deeide up)on the elcct ion
of a whole sovereign State. It says:
Mad. Wells, the chairman is~a do
faulter; Thomas U. Alexander is a
detected blackleg; L. M. Keaner, a
colored man, was a gambling house
waiter and a till tapper,-which
means a sneak thief; C. Casanane,
colored, an ass. Now, Senator Sher,
mah says these members of the Re
turning Board of Louisiana are roe
When Field Marshal von Moltke
was a simple Colonel, he astonished
the members of his mess by regularly
taking ten Frederick d'ors out of his
pocket, at the beginning of di;mner,
and laying them beside his plate.
Always after dinner he repocketed
the gold, buttoned up his coat, looked
sourly around, and disappeared. It
was resolved to ask him the mean
ing of this strange behavior. "Well,"
he:stid, "I have noticed that from
the time I entered this regiment the
conversation at table has always
turned on women, or cards, or hose
raeing; and I had determined to
make a present of the ten pieces of
gold- to the first man who should start
a seheible subject. No one has yet
Governor Hlardin, of Missiouri,
6ald in his message: "The people of
this State will' cheerfully commend
* ~ and support the inaugurationa of the
perpens ascertained by the constitu
tional forms to have been elected, but
* they will not and ought not to toler
tQ. one installed in power by fraud
ok force, or in violation of the usages
and practices which have been ob
served throuhout on,' national la~
A earlm Deth.
"After -many years," se the In
dian Standard,."there exeou
tion at Lucknow on Tue6day, the
29th ilt. A MOUli6of some little
repute paid the last. penalty pf (ths
law. He was convicted of a1 h03
brutal act of murder, albeit not com
mitted by his own hands, but through
means the rmoot revolting to!hupan.
Ity, and' was fentenoed to deatho' Ie
kept a small schol,and one of the boys
who--had ben absent for two er
fbge doNs, on coming to '1ch"o*1p
tbcked t(p by h1ri In a small - tu.
In this room a snake had l eeg put
some days previously, but Wa "not
killed. A little while after the boys'
incarceration he called out 'a snake!'
and implored the Moulvie to open
the door. 'Oh!' he said, 'open the
door and see for yourself-for Ma
homed Russool's sake open the door.'
The. Moulvie would do nothing of
the kind. At last the poor boy was
bitten in several places in the ankel,
and he called out, '0! now that I
have been bitten open the door.' The
Moulvie was inexorable, he would
not open. the .door. About midday
the father of the boy came to the
school and inquired for his son-and
inquired why he had not come home
for his usual ineal. The Moulvio
said: 'I have confined him for his
absence.' 'Well,' said the father,
'releaso him now.' The door was
then opened, and the corpse df a lad
12 years old, the only child of his
parents, was the sad and shocking
sight which presented itself, with
the snake coiled near his neck."
POLITIOS IN THE PULPrIT.-If the
Liverpool Post has not been hoaxed,
Mr. Spurgeon, the other Sunday took
occasion to pray for a change ot min
isters, and said: "Let not the extra
ordinary folly of our rulers lead our
country into wvar." Should lie not
rather have prayed that they might
have the extraordiary wisdom to keep
out of it.-Punch.
FOUR MutES DaowND.-Mr. D'Or
sey P. Duncan, of Union County,
Wednesday had four mules drowned
in Tyger River. They wcre crossing
the bridge with an empty wagon,
when one of the sills of the bridge
broke and precipitated mules, wagon
and driver into the river. All but
the mules were rescued.
New York roughs amnee themselv.
es by standing on cornors and fright
ening the horses of leighing parties
by blowing on fish horns.
The Presuident has delivered him
self on the electoral question, and
says it is his duty to defend the nas
The Boston Post is convinced that
in the event of a new election Tilden 's
majority would be-doubled.
Hon. Alexander Hf. Stephens had
a hemorrhage on Friday, the 5th, the
first in his life.
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July 20. 1876 46 ly
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[ntermodiato Class, - - 12.50
Sonior , . 15.00
Preparatory Departmon t, 20.00
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I timo except f rom prolonged sickness.
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3 Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
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..Oct 14, 7 ly
Senator-R E Bowen.
Representativ-D F Bradley.
Clerk of Court-8 ID Keith.
Judge of P obate-I H rhilpot.
BSerQf-J Riley Ferguson.
Behool Commissioner-R A Bowen
7'easuror-W A Leslog.
A uditor-AloPso M Folgor.
C9o.ny Commiss ion ers -John T Oossett,
Chairman-Rtobert Craig, G M Lynch. Clerk
County Commxissioners, C L Hlollingswort.
|Trial .Justice-asicy/, Luke 1. Ariail-R'a.
lu1rrity, -----------Central, James A
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4ath Carolina IO
CARaL"TON, 8. C., Dee. 18, 1875.
Qip w4atrBoday~ U*trAr.9,-he
Pi sener Taim n tLe Suth 1600in
R ilroad will rum as follows:
Leave Charleston 9 16 a .
Arrive at Columbia OW#
Leave Charleston 9'1$& a
Arrive at Augusta 6 16. M
Arrive at Charleston 4'46 p a
Leavo Augue An .A,
Arrive at Charleston 4 21
COLUnBA NIIHT ENREUl.
Leave Charleston 9 16.#iw
Arrive at Columbia 720
Leave Columbia Io
Arrive at Charleston I
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXVqjf,.Y #
Leave Charleston 0 p a 1
Arrive at Augusta 7.j*i
Leave Augusta 8,80p
Arrive at Charleston 740~'
Leave (Sundays except-ed.)
Arrive at Charleston 8 46 a 0 n
Leave Charleston 8 1&P a
Arrive at Summorville 4 p 14
Connects at Kingville daily (exceptSudi
days] wi6h Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at gug .
with Georgia Railroad, Macon vnd AugAstj
Railroad a9d Central: Railroad-.- -'iMd:eWtd
via Atlanta i8 the qnickesp. 1pd.R4f#
route, ant as comfortablo and clieap as fty
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mo le,
New Orleana, and all other points 860th st,
and to Louisville, Cindinnsti, Chicago.at;
Louis. and all other points West and Ng#
Day Train connects at Columbia with tie
Through Train on oharlottee -Road (whih
leaves at 9 p. in.) for all points North.. ,
Night Train connects with Local.Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for point
on charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at Now..
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and .atr.
Up columbia Night Train connects clbftlf
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
S. S. GOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PICKHNS, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULB,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays ereept-.
ed, connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Rauilroad up and down. On and,aft
er Monday. December 13, the following will
bc the Scdule. -
Leave- Columbia atL 7.46 a m
Leave Alktun at 9. 16 a
Leave New berry at 16.86 a
Leave Cokesbury at 2.07 y a
Leave Bolton at 8.60 p a
Arrive at Greenville at 6.86 p sa
Leave Greenville at
Leave 15ltonif 4 a
.neavo i\cwherry at 24
Leave Alston nt 42
Arrive at t.(Ilmbia at 66
~~'C'nacc at A~tonwith r .in an th
Coi'Connee atzl Alahi.tidonithe rison Ct
olina Railroa:~d up and down ; also ith Traine
going Nort h and Sotw h 'on the Ch ie U, Ce.
lumibia anid Angu.sta a.nd the Wilmington, Cow.
A BH xV1iLLE lbRANCH.
Tramn leave A bbeville at 9.16 a mn., connoee6
ing with D)own Train from Greenville. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.15 p in., connecting with Upi
Train from Columibia. Accommodation Trali,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leap
CJokesbury at 11.15 a mn., or on the arrival
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Abe
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with Cg
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND FLUE RIDGE
Leave WValhalla at 6.09 a m
Leave Perryville at 6.46 a ft
Leave Pendleton at 7.86 a e
Leave Anderson at, 8.36 a ft
Arrive at Belton at 9.20 a in
Leoave Belt on at 8.60 'p -
Leave Anderson at 4.60 p ft
Leave Pendleton at 6.60 p a
Leave Perryville 6.86 p as
Arrive at Walhalla 7.16p s
Acconmmodat ion Trains between Belten and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur.
days, Leave Belton at 9.50 ai m., or on arriwd
at of D)own T1rain from Greenville. Legae,
Auderson at 2.00) p m., connecting with Up
JABEZ NOR~TON, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
P'ASSENGERB TRAIN EASTWARD--DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at 8 p a
Leave Tocooa City at 6 46 p i
Leave Westminster at p ft
Leave Seneca city at p in
Leave central at 8 U p in
Leeve Easley at 9 12 p a
Leave Greenville as 9 41 p:mi
Leavp Spgrtaniburg at a a
ArrI9e at charlotto at 2 08 a
PAssi~tGER TRAIN WEsTWARD-DAILt.
Leave Charlott e at 2 16 a 1
..oav Spartanburg at'. a'
Leave Greenville at 6 40 a a
Leave Easley at 7 08 a .
Leave Central at 7 40 ad
Lcavo Seneca City at a sa
Leave Wtminster at,' 'a a
Leave Tuceoa City at 9 44 a a
Arrive at Atlanta at 1 30 g ,
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