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Let others write of b ttles fought
On bloody, ghastly fields,
Where honor greets the man -who wins,
And death the man who yields;
But I will write of him
Who struggled on through weary years
Against himself, and wins.
A victory unstained by tears.
fe is a hero staunch and brave,
Who fights an unseen Aoe,
And putr at LAst beneath his feet
His pissions base and low,
And stands erect in manhood's might,
The bravest man that drew a sword
In fury or in raid.
It calls for something more than brawn
Or muscle to o'ercome
An enemy who inarcheth not
With banner, plume or drum;
A foe forever lurking nigh,
With silent, stealthy tread,
Beside your board by day.
At night beside your bed.
All honor then to that brave heart,
Though not poor or rich he be,
Who struggles with his baser part,
Who conquers and is free.
Ile may not wear a hero's crown,
Nor fill a hero's grave,
But truth will place his name
Among the bravest of the brave.
Lost and Found.
Tiere lives in the city of Augusta
a poor, respectable wIM1a%N, who has
a drunken hisband and an only child,
loss than five yeals of age, which she
had not seen since ie child was
barely threCO 3ear old(, 01lie w1 VorbhlezS
husband having deserted his' wife,
carryinr1g off the child to parts uI
known, and was hast heard of in
Memphis, Tcnlicssee, where, it is
supposed, he got into a gambling
scrape and deserted the child, leaving
it With his waisherwoman, hl o cared
for it without knowing what had be
come of its pairents. Nothing more
was heard from the little girl whose
namie is "Minnie," until the distress
ed mnother learned hier ch ild was ini
New' Orleans, but for want of -neans
could learn nothing more defiiIte aE
to her whereabouts, until a few dayE
- nigo thec p)oor woman wals informied
that a~ child eresemnbling hers, win.
black, glossy hair, dark, spar kIi ng
eyes, lair as a lily, and a perfec
beautly, 1\nswerinig to thle nam'e o
',Minnie," was seen in A iken, S. (2.
where she immed iately re'paireed, af
teor sonme d iflcul ty ini pr~culrig sn ii
cient funds to diefray hier expceases
with little hiope of a successfulI mis
sion. ut to her amazement she
fonnd her child handsomely attired
in the h,ossession1 of Mr. and Mis.
,a lady' and gentleman of for
tune from New York, who have nei
family, and had adop ted the little
stranger in t he city of Mem ph is
while there on a visit, with1 thti' in
tenitioni of making it hir to a million
or? upwards. TIhe chiild immeiid iately
recognized its natural mother, anal
the recognition was mutual; hen'c
the adopted mother entered into a
a full explanation -and gave thle
w'hole story, whuich is a,boult as lot
Oh visiting MNemphis she remnark
-ed to her washierwomian I.hat she lad
lung desired to adopt some handsome
child, whlen "M.innie" was at once
suggested and brought to light, with
the story as to bioiw she~ got po(5ssiein.
ow ing to the senddin e'xit of the uin
faithful father, etc., wit hioit iniy
knowledge as to what had beco<nio of
either fathter or mothteri. Sn flice it
to say, Mis. was highly dle..
lighted with the .app ear'ance of thle
interesting deserted etibl ti, and( toi k
immediate p)ossession,~ whent the hiap
py3 pair withi their ado'pted daugthter,
put out for New Orlteans, and( t hence
to I heir hiome in New Y'irk city. Last
fall.they returnied to *A iken , w here
they3 had puIIrchaused ani elegaint w in..
ter home, anud at e thiere now w,thI
their adopted dIan ahter, "'Minie,i<
whom they are williing buIt reltnti
to suirr'ender to tier ola niualmttie'i
and negotiat ions a e no w p, nlinig I
what sthall be t he resulIt, viz : w ht: ti
er the cild sthall reni an be
/tanght to know no n other otter thar
- te adopted onie and to be a eaned
tromn its natuiiratlImothter I.ori alt iiam
* to come, who CanI hear onily fromin
through others, withiout beingi,er
niitted to have any intervionsu as
p*arent or' ot her blood reat ion. 'l b
poor' mot her is in a gnand.y no
a1 R losSe1 l kno he duy and 111( on
't( 01, 14 deti)ny of' Qies (epriing
~IIA. a he.atrangere have II catec
*h'*4 a kud~ aindn*eGs in bestow.
,, ~r l~ *.
big pieseiiie,and offering to aid her
in various wavs, provided she 'will
consent to abandon her child and
surrender it to their keeping on the
stipulated. conditions referred' to,
which places poor humanity in an
awkward dilefnna-butween abject
[overty on the one hand for herself
and child in mn uncharitable world
for all time to come, and ffluience
and reffnement on the other band for
her offspming, which she is to virtu
ally disow.t for its well being, and
Ietlailn in her pIoverty, soli.ary and
alone. How shall cle decide?-Aii
gusta CJhronicle and CJonst itut ionab
The Miracle of the Nineteenth -Cen
Yrese;day the exhibition of the
pionogralp'i, says the Savannab (Ga )
News, an instrumient destined bey
old doubt to turn the old groove of
evej y day routitie topsy turvy, and
to establish an. order of things iever
dreamed of in our "father's days,''
was o)ened at ArmorY Hall, under
the direction of Mr. P. T. Maury.
Nuihers of our citizens who have
read with wonder the numerous des
cr-iliolus of this Ilmost nr111.0ouls of
all inveitins, visited the hall, an1d
had full opp >rtiuity given tbem to
examinle it, test its workings, and
fol in tieir own conclusitins, as to
the whys and wherefores. We were
of the nubiIer, and spent some time
in the vain endeavor to find a satis
factory or exp-laiiabloe theory. IN
the languagre of an observer "Ali
explanations concrniig it need an
explanatiton." All we can say is,
.that the little is t melnt lmost faith
tolly reprodiues Sound. We heard
it talk, laugh, sing, cry, crow, bark
and Whoop. SeveralgentletImeni who
addressed it were amused and a
matzed to hear their identical re
maLrks r epeated in thle same tones anid
with perf'ect accuiracy. Tw verses
of a song, renideredh by Priof. Maliette
ini d illerent keys, wei e faithIifuly re
produced, as wa- ails lie hieart '
vigorous laugh of thait g,eintlemian.
Indeed thisE little jistrotnent, wich
ia tuOdl1 of suimplicity in its c.m
Struct1ion02, reprod iee and~ ret I tcords
any wiords or iSollia lirononm needI ori
made within the prloper distance of
lie mon' ithi-p i'ce', recCordlin g Iihem
p)hotograh1)iicaly), I eprIod ucing t hiem
The1 phoogaphjt is a simple apa1
ratus whiebi, but ror the abseince of
mlore than one0 ey'liinder, migh'rt hiave
beeni a modern flut ing maine i . Thi
sinigle machinie of hollow steel is
tuh'unted ii 011i a 6hialt, at oi'e end of
whticli is a crank for tuirinig it, and
at thle ot her a balance whleel, the
w hole beinhg sutpported by t wo ironi
up~righits. Ini order to rep)rod1uce the
words--that is, to tinake i le machiine
talk-the cy ltuder is tued back, so
that the S:eel poinit nay go over the
indenitat ions miade by speaking jito
the~ ,ontIh piCe. A tunnel, hake a
sp)eak(inug trumii~pet, is at tached to the
miout h-icec, to keep the sounds
11rom1 scatterintg. Now turn the
cranik algaini every word spoken into
thle mo u hi-piec isCC~ ex act ly rep r o
d ucedh withI the itmlost dist inctn:ess.
fhns the iiisk is either' a typ)anumII or
dijaphraigmi, as thle case mnay be-;thle
first w heni it listensi, and the second
wheni it tal ks.
So many scientific descriptin
hiave been poi bklibed oft the phonio
giaphi thai~t it is iinneicessary for us
to atitempt to gi ve anty othter than
be n bos c. Again, we are conlviniced
liat no one can cort ect ly appreciate
itsi11* meits or enij 'y ita woniders wit lb
out a peMbona i e .xannutatiomn. .Nothi
ing that las yet been p.resented can
equal I bis ilnVetitiot., the Ii uure 01
.a bijltcht can screlhy be imiagied.
D)YsENTERtY.-The following Is said
to be an intullible remedy for this
coIr.plaint. Mix one tablespoonful ot
common salt with two taiblespoonsful
of' vinegar, and pour upon it a halt
pint t,t water, either hot 0or cold (only
let it be taaen cool). A wine glas's.
ful of this mixture, being careful to
use the proportions stated, taken
evety half hour, will be found quite
efficeicious in curing dysentery. If
the stomnache be nanacauted, take a
wine glassful ever'y hour. For a child
tbe pr~portions' of' the ingredients
should be a Leaspoonful of vinegar in
a tea eupfulI of water. Dose from a
teaspoonful to a' tablespoonlul every
haour acord1ing to age.
FOaFEI'iED .IAND8.- W 1 3tate as a
tnat.cr of importance to many of our
citizens, whose lands have boon for.
feitad that their lands may, be re
deemed by*tho payment of the taxes
of last year and this year, without
cost and penalties, and without pay,,
ing previous back taxes-aid this can
be done'either in currency or in
stamped Bills. of the Rank of the
State. This privilege will be extend
ed to 81st October, after which day
all lands not so redeemed, will be
restored to the List of Forfeited
Lands, with all unpaid back taxes
costs and penalties, and will then be
sold as property e' the State. Therie
should be as littlj delay as possible, as
the Bills of tie 3ank will probably
advance in price.-True Southron.
Minister S(ward endi to the State
Department accotinnt'of the Chinese
famine tip to the middle ot'March last.
The distress occasioned by the fa nine
ot latt year- is spireading iver a niuci
wider area, owing to reniewed dru
ght. Tile district now affected cipn.
prises parts 4i or the whole of the
provinces of Shavsi, Chilil', S.an
tung, S1hen1si, Ll011aan, Szclteul and
ianis. Act tial tai ine is pre.sing
11potn fif een million people, while
fi I sixt.v millions a e-, suffering
mo1 or less d isC' ress. The Ch-inCS
journals eemn with acc,iints' of1 the
sliflering. ( e of the m1o1t pitiable
teat.tiyeS ot this fialijilie is Ihat 1he'O
is all abundance tof ttod in the ci,mi.
tiy, and it is only the lack of trans
pmrtation which caulsesi8 1) s mtic
miserv and ltss of life. The crops
have been good immlnediately aronid
the stricken distjict, but as tood cais
be trankported only ol wagons or
pck aniia it cannot )o taken
tihitihe' -in 6n11cient (1uanits13 to
save the lives of the peIolO. The
Cninese iflcials iave dione all t hai
i p 1)1b. T khe nI -soaie311.s are
distributinig relief as best they ti.ny
Trhe COninese have ne'alily ch asei
the chiief ils duie to turJi g II ie
course, but Ithe latther ate now wini
tingi( f'avui orth;ioough t he pr1ac:ieal
help they eff tied. Theire arec r*.u
1Iine.0113 '.efigee s lur'i; thet. 1fatnIne
di.,trict in .Pein lg andl lienisin. in
the ha ter,s city a'house ma'de f*miiJe
tor iihe acec.'iinuidationi of womlen anud
child reii, was iectntly bu rued, 1ano
1,50 lives were lost. These recur
r.ing ain ies may lead lie Ch ine.e
to iee gi.zgthe nieed of eni :onra.p oig
adulia'.e mieans ofa intern)al ci1ml.nu,
-iato --WashjinemI S ar.
A t one of tho schools ini Corin wall,
England, the itspector asked the chil
dreCn if clhcy coulfi quote ainy text of
Scriptu re which lorbade a mani having
twvo wives. One of' the children sage
ly quoted in reply the text, "No man
can sc0've two masters."
The father of twins at Peoria, Ill.,
has named the helpless children Jim
Blaine and Bob 1.ngersoll.
Never' take a bnll.by the hiornis,
yotung mani, but take htimn by the tail,
Ite you canl let go who ayou w~anit
"WVhat makes the lamb love Mary so?"
The children all did cry;
Why, Mary loves the lamb you know,
W ho don't love mutton pie?
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CHAuLToN. S. C., De6. 18,A0 #
On and after SundA. Ifgmotor 19, the
Passenger Tr.An- nn tbt South Wrolina
Railroad will ruft as follows:
Leave Charleston M
Arrive at Columbia ' a
Leave Chalesion k Io a. P
Arrive at Augusta ip n
Leave CQluimbia 00 aM
Arrive at Charleston 4 4!6p tn
Leave Augusta 0 - 6n
Arrive at Charleston 4 40 p,
COLUMBIA NIGIT EXPRES.
Leave Charleston i16 P M
Arrive at. Columbia 7 20 aip
Leave Coltmbia 70"pn
Arrive at Charleston GO 44). 0 M
AUGUSTA- NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
At-rive at. Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augnst46 p W
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a.:s
(Sundays excepte d.) 780ai
Leave Smmervile at0 m
Arrive at Charleston 8 4. a m
Leave Charleston 8 16 P M
Arrive at Sugerville 4 80 p
Connects at. Kingville daily [except Sun.
(lays] with Up and Down Day nat Passenger
Day nd Night Trains connect at Augt;*
with Georgis ailroad, Acon and Augusta
Itailrond and Central Railroaid. 2'his route
via Atlanta is lte quickest and ' mostdirect,
route, and as coudorlable and chevip as-1111Y
-other route, to Alontgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Leaiiville, Cincinnuti, Chicago. St.
Louis. and all other points West and North-,
Day Train connects at Columbi with the
Through Train on charlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North p
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendqnt.
S. B. PicKic&N, 0eneral Tieket Agent.'
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE Oil SCHED10LEo
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays exc 'ept
ed, connecting with ni-ght trains on- Soutk
Carolina Railroad uip an down. Ouanaft
er j11qnday, July l6. 1877, the following -4111
$Ctile Schedule: VP d
Leayce Columbia at 1.170 a I
Leave A-ston at7 1.10 P M
Leave Newberry ak 9 45 am
Leave odgesa8 15 p in
Leave Bel n a4 805 p mn
ACrivect at Kienville aily(xcep Su.
das] withoUp and Dow10aan Pasn
Day an Ne ghteraiscony at 1.42upts
wit Georgia Ratilo Macon Tanso August
SRaroadhr and ental Railroad Thi coete
ovia Atlni the up ickeswn an msoswt:dir;et -
route,i and As mtabnlte and cheapn asan
TNaw Oleavebs,i and l1othe pin Bothest,
ind wthowuasvle Crincinnati,eChiiage. St~.
Dae~y at 1 i. connect lming with the
CoThruh Tai11n ai,o on ottee Ra (wichl
leavie at 9 p.coc m.)o all, onnti ngrth L -
G1vni reenvi le& olbba a.
AN CHONANhO ANHD TLE,RDG
ed,v connectin with nihttrin oSut
LCaveolnaailoa upan.dw. 2n0n aft. -
ea M ryvJlye 16. 187, hfoloin wi
Leave Anderson at *hai
Leave BAlt on at7.6p
Leave nwerryn at7.0pi
Leave PHodgeso at -Api
Leave Benecn at 98
Arrive atWreille at0.0p.
Aneav roe nvillesa;T husasadS
dyLeave Belton at 9.0an, woarv
Laveo Dlowge Tainforevil..c
AneavrAson at 20 n,cnetn i i
Leae a Atant at60 p i '
LeaveTocco Cityat.95 p rn
Leav Wesminter.t8I p42 '
Leave Sneca ciy7at20 a p . 4
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