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Jmt BtfoM the Battle, Mother.
Jost beforo tb? battle, Mother, .
I ww drinking mountain dew,
When I hoard, tue Toe a marching,
To the rear, I quickly flew.
There tho stragglers were a flying,
Thinking of their homes and wives,
Twas not the foo that they were fearing
But their attn dear precious lives.
Farewell, Mother,.yon wiU shortly
See your.infant son again;
For if he only can sky-doodle
Dear Mother, he'll como home again.
Oh I I long to see yon, Mother,
And the other ones at home,
If I get a chance, dear Mother.
I certainly will come.
Beef and hard tack, dear Mother,
Aie not the things to make ono brave,
'Tis against my constitution
To fill an early honored grave.
Hark 1 I hear the bugle sounding,
'Tit? the signal for tho fray.
Fil orawl to some big treo, Mother,
And then I will be all O. K.
I have no taste for marshal glory,
Famo and honor is all in my eye.
I had rather be a homespun private
Than a Brigadier come home to die.
THE PRESERVE CLOSET*
Sydney Templar glanced carelessly
around the lofty rooms, thinking
they would suit his-ambitious little
cousin very well, when suddenly a
portrait hanging over the carved
marble mantel-piece caught his eye.
He did not articulate the syllables,
but tiley sounded through his brain
as if a thousand silver-tongued bells
had pealed them forth 1 Yes, it was
Marion Caryl, with the bright golden
ringlets floating away from her fair,
bine-veined temples, and the rosy
mouth ready to break into-smiles
that were answered by the dewy
sparkle of her eyes.
"Marion Caryl!" he repeated vague?
ly (o himslf. "And this is Marion's
house, and Marion's husba/id is lead?
ing me through the rooms. How
dream-bike it seems."
"I'm afraid you are tired," sait]
honest Bertie, looking compassion?
ately at Sydney's ashen pale face,
and wondering that he had not be
fore noticed how colorless it was.
"A little tired," stammered Colone
Templar, feeling tho hot blood rusl
to his brow once more. "But nc
matter, don't let me detain you. ]
believe yon said the rent was-"
"Bent? I haven't the least idea,
believe it's either ono hundred, o
. eighty, or perhaps sixty. I know wi
paid fifty, but the landlord is goinf
to raise it, and Marion and I an
thinking of a furnished cottage in tb?
"Marion's husband is not a man o
business," thought Sydney.
"Marion's husband!" How th<
words cat to his heart.
"Well, I'll ask Marion ; she knows,'
said Herbert. "Now, then, I'll tak<
you down into the lower department. '
Oh, Bertie, Bertie, had you airead;
become oblivious of the words o
caution heaped on your luckless ears
Pretty Marion, screwing on tin
top to one of her spice boxes, beare
the advancement of foot-steps with i
sudden thrill of apprehension.
"It cannot be possible that tha
goose Bertie has forgotten what '.
told him," she thought. "He has
though, as sure as the sun is shining
and I'm caught."
Marion dropped her box of frag ran
allspice, and looked with wide-ope
eyes of dismay at her bib-apron.
"They're coming," she stammered
turningly alternately red and whit?
"There's no help for it. I sha
have to hide in tho preserve closet.
And our little heroine, ignominiou
ly taking refuge in flight, ran lightl
across the kitchen floor, and hi
herself among preserved straw berrie
East India ginger, and glimmerin
jars of cherries.
"If I don't lecture Bertie," sai
Marion, setting her little white teet
together like belligerent pearls, i
the two gentlemen came into tl
kitchen, and she heard their voici
discussing the relative merits of stov
"By the way," said Herbert, sm
denly, I believe there are some nil
closets down here; at least Marie
says so, and hullo! tho door seems
He gave it a jerk. Marion's tv
hands held resolutely on the doo
knob on the other side. Anoth
resolute pull, full of well-direct*
energy, and the two little hands su
Tho door flew open.
Bertie staggered back into the mi
die of tho room, and Marion sto<
there air ong the preserves, woeful
confused, yet laughing withal, like
marvellously pretty mouse in a no\
species of trap.
"O Bertie! Bertie! I-"
She stopped suddenly as her s!
glance met the eyes of the t
stranger. She stopped in the midi
of the floor, checked in her instit
of flight by some still stronger i
stinct, and blushing like a pink mo
rose down to the very tips of 1
tapory floury fingers that were
tightly interlaced, while the blue ey
hnlf hidden by their white lids, wi
full of sparkling tears, and the mot
breaking into a tumultuons smi
for Marion did not know whet!
she most wanted to laugh or to crj
"Sydney! oh, Sydney!"
He bowed gravely.
"Until you introduce me to y<
husband, Marion, I scarcely kn
by what name to address you."
"My husband?" repented Mari
wonderingly following the direction of j
Sydney, Templar's eye?. Oh, you
mean Bertie! but be isn't my hus?
band-he's my brother. ., H?rbert,
tbis is Colouel Templar, who fought
eo bravely." i .
Marion's face lighted np a? sbo
spoke; she had forgotten nil ?bout
the preserve closet and the bib-apron
"Colonel Temp'ar, I'm glad to
shake bands with you," said straight?
forward Bertie. "Marion has talked
about you many and many a time
ay, and cried, too, wheu sbo talkod qf
Now she colored indeed; deep, deep
crimson, like tbe red heart of a pome?
granate blossom opening under tropi?
"But your husband, Marion?"
Bertie Caryl b'oke into a genial
"What fellows you soldiers are for
j sticking to one idea. Our Marion \?
"Not Married! Oh, Marion!"
Ho took ber hund aud looked wist-1
fully into ber eyes.
"Marion, wc were very foolish once, I
I think Wo are both wiser now."
Sbo did not raise her loug lashes,
and he went on :
"But Marian, the crippled, war?
worn soldier dare not ask the ques?
tion that the lover would have pleaded
so earnestly once."
She looked up now with tears lying
brightly on her flushed cheek.
"Then I will ask it. Sydney, do
you caro for me still?"
"Do I care for heaven's sunshine?
do I care for the blessed life that
beats within my own heart? Oh,
Marion-mine, mine forever."
As ho murmured tho tender words
close into her ear, Herbert Caryl,
who had been abstractedly spinning
the solling-pin round, brought it
down on the snowy pine table with a
"I have it. Fifty pounds a year."
"What is fifty pounds a year?"
questioned his sister.
''Why, the rent, to be sure. "
"Never mind the rent just now,
Mr. Caryl," said Colonel Templar,
"Ob, but it really is fifty pounds
a year," said Herbert, solemnly;
"and-why, look here, what is this
For Marion had led Sydney Tem?
plar to bim, and was smiling even
while the tears hung on her wet eye?
"Will you love him very much,
Bertie? For-I think he is going to
be your own brother."
"Exactly like the last chapter in
my novel," said Caryl, sagely. "Shake
hands, Colonel. And now, Marion,
you take care of him, for most of my
writing is shockingly bebind-hand.
So it happened upon that sun?
shiny April day, that Colonel Sydney
Templar engaged not only a house
for his cousin Bertha, but a wife for
"We'll take down the bill, Bertie,"
said Marion demurely, "because Co?
lonel Templar like:} the house, and
I don't exactly think showing rooms
is your forte."
"Don't you?" retorted Herbert.
"Now only suppose Colonel Templar
had gone away without seeing what a
very convenient closet that was where
the preserves are kept?"
BBL8. Kerosene and Machinery
OIL, just received and for salo at
greatly reduced prices bv
Aug 4_J. A *T. B. AGNEW.
South Carolina-Bichland District.
In re Simeon Fair, ex jmrte Orlando Z.
THE petitioner in tho above stated case
having tiled his petition in thia Court
to perpetuate the testimony of bis titlo to
two lots of land in Columbia-the first of
which fronts on Washington street, 42 feet,
running back 208J feet, bounded West by
Jonathan Bark, and E.ist by O. Z. Bates;
tho second lot bounded Eaat by Gates
Utrect, South by O. Z. Bates, West by
Emma Coleman, North by lots of Mrs.
Walter, Miss Poindexter or W. B. Stanley
on motion of Arthur, Moiton A Moiton, for
tho petitioner, it is ordered, in pursuance
of the Act of General Assembly, in such
caso made and provided, that all persona
interested do appear at thia office, three
months from publication hereof, to cross
examine tho testimony produced, and pro?
duce evidence in reply.
D. B. DESAUHSURE, C. E. R. D.
September 5 th3mo
Notice is Hereby Given,
THAT the Church Council of "Tho Ebe?
nezer Lutheran Church of Columbia,"
will prosont their petition, on tho eight?
eenth day of September next, to II?B Honor
Chancellor Carroll, bitting at Chambers in
Colnmbia, S. C., f>r a renewal, for four
teon years, of the CHARTER incorporat?
ing said Church, the stock of said corpora?
tion in real estate not to exceed 130,000.
Thia notice and the said petition being in
pursuance of the Act of Assembly ap?
proved December 20, 186?.
BACH MAN A WATTES,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
July 18 _*_tli2mo
South Carolina-Richland District.
In re Simeon Fair, Solicitor, ex, parte L. P.
THE petitioner in the above ?tated caao
having filed bia petition in thia office
this day, to perpetuate the testimony of
his title to a certain lot of land in the city j
of Colnmbia, bounded South by Taylor i
street, East by Harden or Boundary street, .
North by Blandiug street, and West by
Laurens street, containing four acres, inure
or less, tho title to which has beoli lost, or
destroyed; on motion of Arthur, Melton A
Melton pru petitioner, it ia ordered that all
persons interested in said lot of land do
appear at my office, three months from the
date of the publication hcroof, to cross
examine the evidence that may be pro?
duced, and to introduce evidence in rojfiy.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. It. D.
September 6 f3mo
CAMDEN, S. C.
THE subscriber takes
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friends sud-tho publie gen
__'OTaRy, tb at. Ko bas re^opon
tne ?M?KLB HOUKK. which has been
thoroughly renovated, and is now ready
for the accommodation of tho traveling
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convey passengers to and from the hot-el.
Tho* Proprietor promises to do all hi bia
power for the comfort of his guests.
Sept ill J. W. RODGERS. Proprietor.
The Clendining House,
Norttftoest tJoHur Canvlen and Marion Ste.
IN ORDER to meet the
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the rat e* of board for tran
_".sient boarders will hcrcaf
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Traveling guests will find the best ac?
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Attached to the House is a neat aud pri
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August 30 Imo_J. CLEXDIXIXG.
fjjjl PERSONS who desire to pass the
summer months in a healthy section,
when? good water and mountain air aro
I he principal attractions, eau be comfort?
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July 0 3mo
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NEW ORLEANS, LA.
WM. A. HURD, of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
JA' EQUITY-UNION DISTRICT.
Joseph Whitmiro and others, creditors of
John R. R. (ides, vs. James T. Douglas
and wita.-Bill to Marshal Assets.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of his
Honor Chancellor Carroll in this case,
the creditors of John R. ll. (?iles, deceased,
late of Union District, S. C., are required
to render on oath and establish their de?
mands before me, by the tirst dav of Octo?
ber next. ' WM. MUNRO,
Commissioner in Kquitv Union Dist.
Union C. H., S. C., June 20, 18G7.
June 2:5 ttol
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For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH,
Aug 7 Prnggiata. _
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THE GOOD POTASH.
ANEW POTASH, or CONCENTRATED
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Trv it. Try it. Now things mast be tried.
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FISHER. A HEINITSH, Druggists.
The Abbeville Banner
IS published every Wednesday morning,
at Abbeville, S. C., at S3 a year, in ad?
vance It is now in tho twenty-third year
nf its publication, and embraces within the
limits of its circulation a good portion of
the agricultural and mineral region of
Western South Carolina. Business men of
every clasB will find in its columns an ex?
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before the public. Advertisements inserted
at ?-J per snuare for tho ti rsl insertion, and
fifty cents for each subsequent one, for a
less time than three mouths. A liberal
deduction from these rates will bo made
in favor of those who advertise for three,
six or twelve months, with tho privilege of
changing as often as desired.
M. M. A W. W. FARROW,
July 27 Proprietors.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE~!
THE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
f*% CHAPEL, on the square Sonth of tho
rJ kay lom; suitable for a small family
residence. Apply to R. L. BRYAN.
Wolfe'n Schiedam bc!.iii?i>|is are good
Ladies, Please Notice.
HOLM, FANS and JEWELRY
Now FANS made for those^Sx.
CLOCKS repaired, cleaned and warrant?
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Corner Lady and Assembly'streets.
Wolfe's Scliiednm SeliMupp* is thc
purest liquor manufactured in the world.
THE Ladies of tho Industrial Associa?
tion would inform tho public gene?
rally that they havo rented tho store on
the'corner of Richardson and Lady streets,
where thov intend to keep constantly on
hand a f?ll supply of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, of all descriptions. Pleaso
call and examine the articles which they
have now ready for sale. Some one will
always be found ready to exhibit the
ready-made garments and I o receive orders
from" those who may wish to have work
dono neatly and promptly. Strangers
visiting the city will be pleased to give
them a call.
Thc> would take this opportunity of ro
trrning their thanks to tho citizons for
their former patronage, and solicit a con?
tinuance of tnt? same.
Their books are constantly open for those
who mav bo desirous of aiding the cause
h\ becoming members of thia A^so -iation.
Mernie . ship Only Ono Dollar.
Tlie objeet of this Association is to fur?
nish constant employment for tbosu who,
having been impoverished by the war,
now dopend on tho needle for daily bread.
Does not such an object commend itself to
the hearts of our citizens._June 80
FOR 8ALE at tho
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IIEWIITSII'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's
THE symptoms of Liver Complaint are
uneasiness aud pain in the right aide,
and uorunoss npon touch immediately
ender the inferior ribs; inability to lie
upon the left side, or, if at all, a dragging
aonsation is produced which seriously
affects respiration, causing, very often, a
troublesome cough. Together with these
symptoms, we perceive a coated tongue,
acidity of the stomach, deficiency of per?
spiration, and sometimes a sympathetic
pain in the shoulder, with a great disposi?
tion to sloep, and depression of spirits,
Sad sometimes sores in the mouth or
throat. These symptoms, if permitted to
continue, will eventually produce consump?
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The symptoms of Dyspepsia are various;
those affecting tho stomach are nausea,
heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust tor
food, sometimes a depraved appetite,
HctiHo of fulness or weight in the stomach,
sinking or fluttering in the pit of tho sto?
mach, sour eructations, coated tongue,
acidity of tho stomach, hurried and diffi?
cult breathing, Ao.
The sympathetic affections a: a very di?
versified-cold feet, pain or weakneaa
through the limbs, swimming of tho head,
sudden flushes of heat, Ac.
Tho uso of tho QUEEN'S DELIGHT
should be persevered in until every symp?
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is entirely restored.
Derangements of Liver and Stomach
Aro sources of insanity. From disorder
or obstruction, a morbid action of the Bym
?iathetic and other nerves follows, and tho
unctions of tho brain aro impaired and
deranged; derangement lhere will also
produce disease of tho heart, skin, luugB
and kidneys. It is owing to tho samo
cauae that thousands die with Cholera,
Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that most
baneful disease, Consumption.
Tho origin of numerous cases of Con?
sumption is impaired digestion ; and many,
many cases of supposed Consumption
could bo entirely cured bv tho usc of thc
QUEEN'S DEL?GHT, as "thc emaciation,
debility and cough attending weakness ol
the digestive organs arc so near allied tc
tho symptoms of Consumption, that thc
ono disease ia frequently mistaken for thc
It ia a well-established fact that fully
one-half of the female portion of om
population are seldom in tue enjoyment o:
good health, or, to nae their own exprea^
sion, "never feel weil." They are languid
devoid of all energy, extremely nervous
and have no appetite. To thia class o
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recommended. Their peculiar tonic ant
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they only weaken the system, and resort t<
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Weak and delicate children are mad
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July 9 Druggists, Columbia, S. C.
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July 24 'imo_._
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Important to Travelers!
Charlotte & South Carolina B. B. Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September ll, 1807.
ON and after thia dato, passengers via
thin route will make close connections
to aud from all points North, as followe:
Leavo Columbia.7.40 A. M.
Leavo Charlotte.5.00 P. M.
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Arrive New York.5.20 A. Al.
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COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 1, 1867.
ON and after tliis date, tho Passenger
Trains on this Road will run as fol?
Leave Columbia at. 7.40 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at.7.15 p. m.
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North Carolina Central Railroad.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GENERAL 8UPT8 OFFICE,
COMPANY SHOPS, Angust 29, 1867.
ON and after this dato, the following
will be the schedule over this road:
Leavo Charlotte 5 o'clock p. m.; arrive
10.09 a. m.
Passengers havo choice of routes via
Greensboro, Raleigh and Goldaboro, reach?
ing all points North at same time hy either
route. JAS. ANDERSON, SnpH.
ALL-RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
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VIA CHATTANOOGA and GRAND JUNCTION.
Through in Forty-nine Hours !
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ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
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LAUHESS C. H., 8. C., July 12,18G7.
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at Newberry at ll o'clock a. m.
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days and Fridays, at fifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connecting with both trains on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at Hele?
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Snp't.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R.
GENERAL SUP'T8 OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., March IL 186G.
ON and after the 13th inst., tho Through
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Arrive at Columbia.5.20 p. nu
Leave Columbia.6.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 p. m.
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Arrivo Camden.6.05 P. M.
Leave Camdon.5.80 A. M.
Arrivo Kiugsvdlo.8.05 A. M.
Arrivo Columbia.9.50 A. M.
Sept 13 ^H. T. PEAKE. Geni Bop't.
en ville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER Trains will mn daily, Sun?
days excepted, aH follows:
Leavo Columbia at. 7.15 a.m.
" Alston at.9.05 "
" Newberry at.10.85
Arrive at Abbeville at.8.13 p. m.
" at Anderson at.5.1o) M
" at Greenville at.5.40 "
Leave Greenville at.6.00 a. m.
" Anderson at.6.30 .? '
" Abbevillo at. 8.35 "
" Newberry at.1.20 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 ??
?' at Columbia at.4.40 "
jjfirThe Trains of this Railroad run daily
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road, between Anderson and WalhaUa, to
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