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RE0GT R TO-DAY
Strength for t 4 1i1sjll tt we.neod,
As there never will be a to-morrow;
t* owiorrow will prove another to-da,
With Its measure of oy and sorrow,
Then why forecast the trials of life
With subh sad and grive poaasese,
And- witch and wait Or a brew* bf Ils
j aMyei he ,n0o existegoe T
Strengt1 tor to-day---what ap os boS
Ftr& f1g 'hatbW tha t titnisthr
To Lb. seedy frlen4 or neIghbir.
Strength fUr.t-day--tbat the weary hearts
In the battle for right may quail not;
Ap the sy4 bedimmed with bitter tears,
In their searoh for light, may fall not.
Strength for to-day, on the down hill traok,
For the travellers near that valley,
Tha.L up, 'far on the other side,
[;Er'e long may safely rally.
Strength for to-day--that our precious youth
IMAy happily shan temptation,
And build from the rise to the set of the sun
A strongand sure foundation.
Strength;for to-day-i heue and home
To praotle forbearaee sweetly
To scatter kind words and loving deeds,
Still-trusngla Gqd Twipletely.
Strength for to-day Is all that we need,
As there never will be a to-morrow;
For to-morrow will prove but another to-day
J#apurilo7bo SIf6 abrraK.
') Terrible Tragddy.
Ia aie'vileSitibern g1ve ar
accounnt of a reflly terrible tragedy,
Sis, yery moll for nwO%pa%
POr in eakiI anj horrible at.
fair, to say it is the most shocking
whi;j t?eypy ever bqen . called
u -n to rcNord, but the scene which
V& arrboat tolate is enough to
chill tll4, blood of the most hardened
pbro n on t'hOfAco.of the earth. Mir.
Jno. Pore, who lives in the lower
pktlt iWnpk. n county, had two
little chi ldren, aged respectively
thd%d'aix.~ They were engaged
iu..their- customairy play, a tew days
ago, while the mother was at the
well. Thu oldest child, for wha;
restdId"i #llne er be known, pick
ed up a ebarp hatchet and hit the
baby in the sid% leavinug it sticking
in the wound. The ebild, seeing
wha~t he h1ldone, ran aid told his
Irg1rWYiorw*IIg up a buicket
of water at the time. This so fright..
e }ief'that she lot go the windlass,
afdle revolving oranti struck the
bodh tbe bead And literally knocks
ed l,is- brii3A' ottkthiig hiin litant
ly. When Nio'Iorror stricken moth
ei-Tg4tq bor frby it was tdso dead,,
N isdoes'not beggar the imagina
tio.'t(depict sdmdtming more horri
ble,.then we wishk to close onr ears to
tW1e griefs of poot suftering human,
-Polit ies and Roguery.
Iu moralizing upon the spollations
ai14 koeneies ofhe,late Wn. Tweed
somne of the journale opposed to him
iglaitids forget to muention that, ofli
etald eculation was not peculiar to
ta hidividualEn thee patriotic
adzjig~trat ion of 'President Grant
was foraced to cutntend with dishon
cel' ngI) its OWn) agsnts, noi only
on a scale but in a variety and with
af epuity of " aye quite equalling
II upt excelling tbe exploits of Tweed
lIfige respedte. It is only to be
regetted that while some few were
tt pjal. justice, most of
tib# ihier pnbic'robbers have not
met the fate M.*ite )&nds of ' their
M3Jes fy wbieu' Tweed received
fp(4 T~se withI ghgg 1)0 was4,jgt-t
i6IN sociated I' uld b?e'gratie.
fyu.g~a al th re~gen a could. be
atjff' by tiiiitbor .partisang
iw*eed was, andaconsigned like
liiti~ a prison ciel and ignotoidious
end.Jt is said igt the examphes of
. i?weed has, had a most bane
fMi $ton AnflW'lcen polities, bt
ai~ it no meanscertain that it was
:~ t t4 ,orrupt'iot) of Amei icatn poli.
adU w ch demoralized W. M. Tweed
9 events gav#h~imx the oppor
tunitieof ovlnii which would not
*l4en poeelkle In the earlier
daysff the repusblic. The only re
uil for tif .letter claes o;f citi
aens hthese mot|Imdays to take a
iQr9:st iv. part in ppblic affairs, and
a rb tb6meefus wholly 'with
jwi'ternerese, and then they will
'hat e biytei'title to being
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Many parente who*have sons and
daugbters growing up are anxious
for them to get into good' -society.
Thisis an hondrable anxiety, ' it
interprets good society after some
Parents, your daughter is in good
society when sbe is with girls who,
ore sweet and pure and true hearted,
who are not vain or frivolous; who
think of something besides dress, or
flirting, or marriage; between whom
Wand their parents thore is confidence;
wao are useful as well as ornamental
in the house, who cultivate. their
minds and their hands to skillful
workmanship. If socioty of this
ort is not to be had, then none at all
is preferable to a worthle'.s article.
60e to it t ou 1p imreos this on
your children, un above Wl, that
you do not encourage them to think
that good society is a matter of .fine
clothe4 or wealth, or boasting to be
somebody. As you valup your soul,
guard her against theec miwerable
Counterfeits; and impipres upon her
that m(elligecrea, nd eimplicity, and
huip)Ety, pid gooduesq are, the only;
legfs c 0oin1.
The same rule'holds for bove as
for grirs. Ywn would hi,en h ci01
ter into goc'd dciety. D) not im
agine that you have accomplitihed
It when yon have gotten them 'in
wilh a cet of bo) whose parenta are
wealth.ier thnu you, who .dress butte.r
than .your 4b('y eati afford to, ati(y
who pride'thenl'solveS u1pon their. so
cial position. Good society for 1
oy is the suciety (if. boy5s who ar.e
honest a.ld tra1ghli0orward, who have
ho bad habits, Vho0 M0 Careear)est and
ambitious. They are not jin a urry
to he meb.o They<are notiiajbitious
for the cornpany of shillow, beartles
women, old enough tw be their
tnothers and ar'e not envious- of their
riends who fancy there is someothing
grand in dulling all the edge of their
heart's hope upon0! such jaded fivor.
Whilo the mochinic man suffer,
woeoks of' enforced idlcoss frown lack
pf emloyment, the thrifty and indus
trious4prmner neover need be idle for
vanstaof a jol. WVhile tho formor is
diependent upon outside sources for
even the means of earninng his breaid
and butter, tho lotter has withinl his
own grasp and cont,rol the means of'
prodlucing his own food in abundant
t itl chap had a dirty lace and
~isi teacher told h im to go anid washi
It. IIe went away, and atier a few
binutes came back with L.he lower
part of his countenance tplerablIy
clean, while the upper part was dirty
pin d wet.
"Joimy'[ d theteacher, "why
didn't.yon wa i your facel"
"I did wa'sh it, Ina'am "
"You didn't wipe it all over,
"I did wipe it as high as my shirt
"WVell, IeSwar, .Billy," aid an old
farmner to an'tindersized nephiv who
wa8 Visiting biln, "wherPyona takCe off
that 'cre plug hat and epit t wo or
three times there ain't much left of
you, is thar?"
A Wisconsin Bible roador scos in
be European war the cornmncomeont
f the end of tho orld. ,After recon
iling late oVdnis with the prophecies
f .T tWy,jWOdjQrs .tht the battle
f Armageddon wvill bo fought in 1900,
and its resulIts will ho tift dowrifelTbf
Jospotism and tho triumph of univer,
pal liberWiXbont I94.thi odr)blote
froo:lom of mankInd wyill 1o achieved
and Ale wil* oraie tiheiend .
Spirittua hebalth lain~~ a b whole
ISnan Imo asuyya Oefg;.9
The,seg~uel tV. a 1>eanit spig by
Eugene F ield, 'roase thio Gr-iddlo,
Birdie, D'arliig,' i 'is'tst "ate"'W6
bave only roo~m for one si,anza:
Scratch my back, oh brown,eyed Mabeo*
Throw the bnokwha.t, fiour away;
Seratoh as lor.g as you are abe
Harder, st.ronger; that's the way.
Somewhat higher; a little' lower;
Closer to the' shoulder blade;
Dilg! I t Good Heavensl.,go it slower t
Murder I Thunder I Come, that's played.
It is reported that the widow of
Com'mrodoreo Van4oibilt 'will marvy
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Canassio,s5. 0., Dee, 18 1878.
On and after Sanay, . . th
Passenger Trains on' t4 $o0 1 pUsa
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave Charleston - . W
Arrive at Columbia 0P a
Leave Charleston -- 9 1.sn
4rrive at Augustp j 1t is
.FOR UH.A ,RTO .
- Budaays 'eMe.ptt.
Leave Columbia s9 00 &a
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 - =
Leave Augusta 9 00 A A
Arrive at Charleston * 4 45 p a
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESB. -
Leave Charleston ' 9 1 n'
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 am
LeAve Columbia 7 00 p a
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a a
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00p, 3
Arrive at Augusta 7 46.-m
Leave Augusta , 8 80pm
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a a
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a a
Arrive at Charleston 8 46 a m
Leave Charleston 8 16 p M
Arrive at Summervillo % 4 80 p ta
Connects ht Kingville daily [except Sun%
days] with Up and DoVn Day and Passelager
Day and Night Trains eoaneet at Argete
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and A.gwot
Railroad and Central Railroad. .Tle r'outo
via Atlanta is the qniokext and b.ost direct
route, and as comfortable aq che as opy
other route, to Montgomery, 81i%MobRe.
New Orlean "and ll'other points 86uthwt
and to Louisville, Cincinnati,, hbi, ..
Louis, and all other points West and North
Day Train connects at Coluv*ia with the 4
Through Train on charlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points forth.
S. 8S. 13OLOMOS, Superintendent.
S. B. Picixms, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CITANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
ed, connecting with night trains on South 4
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft.
er Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 11.10 a
Leave Aluton at. 11 P
Leave Newberry at 22
Leave Ilodges at 56
Leave Belton at70 m
Arrive at Greenville at ' .5
Leave Greenville at 72
Leave iJelton at .0
Leave Hlodges at304a
..eave Newherry at1.2pi
Leave Alston at 32
Arrie u Colmbi at5.00 p a
Spar: nbogand Unon Ralr.ad cona St
Arive tClubia Nigt Tr5.00nth So p a -
olia. liailroad up and down ; also with Trains
goinig North and South on the Charlotte, Co. 4
lumblia~ and Augusta and the Wilmington, Com
Train l,eave Abbeville at 9.15 a mn., connee.
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Lese
C okesbury at 2.16 p mn., connecting with Up
Trrain from Columbia. Accoimodation rI
Mlondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lang
Cokesbury at 11.15 a mn., or on the arrival ej
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Abe
b-iville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with (Jy
Train from Columbia..$
ANDERSON BRANCH AND PLUE RIDE
Leave Walhalla at 6.60 & am
Leave Seneca at 8.20 a na
Leave Perryville at 6.80- a
Leave Pendlleton at 7.4 a a
Leave Anderson at 8.1 a a
Arlrve at Belton at 8.0 a m
Leave Blelton at 7.06 pm
Leave Anderson at 7.80 p a
Leave Pendleton at 8.48 p a
Leave Perryvijie - 9.20 p as
Leave Seneca at 9.80 p sa
Arrive at WaIhalla 10.09 p na
Accommodation Trains between Beltea and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thorsdays and Bat'ess.
dlays, Leave Eeiton at 9.60 a ni., or on aSIYi#
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p m., connecting with Up
JAnB: NORTON, Jr., General TMket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway
Leave at,Atlanta at
Leave Toccoa City at 6O
Leave Westminster at 14
Leave Seneca city at 3 3
Leave central at, -14
Leave Liberty at' N)*
Leave Easley at1126
Leave Greenville atIW
Leaive 8parttedburg at S9a
Arrive at charlotte at
,Leases C arlot.te at
Leaves 8 irtnbu.g at
Leaves S renv'iliat
Leavd Eailey at ~ !
LeaVes Liberty at '99 *
Leaves Central at S4~
Leaves Seneca City at84a
Leaves Westmiuister at 41.
Leaves Toccou at 86S
Arrr've atAtlntaat 00p l
Leavs Seeca ity t , 11 18 p .
Leave Baily at196 PS.a
Loave Grenvile at1 01 pan
Arrve t Carltteat
LeaveClialottat 1 4 am
Leav Grenvile at4 18.p t.
Leav Easey a 4* as
LArves aietyAlat at. 49 8&
Leaves Atlnta at 60-.
Leav ecaCit at 104 pSsa'
Leaves W estminster at 19R
Leaves Tenca City at , 111 6 p -
LArves atCtenta at 112~
LenadsiLionrto aths trans 1hr
LocalvfeghEai andtw1tro i6i -
Leaves renigrlle atnd oLn-4a
Leav Easley a 'Io.e 4 40 p
'In addition to these trains, thers sps
local freight trains and two throu h fee
trains,running regularly, and o - s$
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