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HVEBY WEDHE3DAV, MOBNIN?.
?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOB AMO PBOPBIETOB.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
.arBook and Job Printing of every descrip?
tion promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 conts per square
for the first and 50 couta each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, eix months, *4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 5C;
The work-day week has cast its yoke
Of troublous toil and careful quest;
The lingering twilight's saffron cloak
Trails o'er the dusky West,
And curfew clocks with measured stroke
Chime in the hour of rest.
From fall ow fields and woody dells
The crickets obirp their pleasant lays,
The kine come up with tinkling bolls,"
Through all thc lo o my ways;
And buckets drip by busy wells.
And ruby ingles blaze."
His whirling wheel the miller stops,
The smith the silent anvil leaves,
His ringing axe the joiner drops,
No more tho woaver wolves;
His loaded wain the peddler props
Beneath the tavern eaves.
A happy hush, a tranquil balm
As if the week-day work and care
Were lifted off. and left us calm
Pervade the quiet air
A sonso as of a silent psalm,
A feeling as of prayer.
For now tho night, with soft delay,
Seems brooding liko a tender dove,
While the last hours of Saturday
8hut in tho hours of love,
And tho sweet Sabbath spans thc way
Tc holier homes above.
God help ns all, since hero below
Few Saturdays aro ours at best,
And out ol pain and earthly woe,
Few days of Sabbath rest;
God grant us that wo vet may know
The Sabbath of the blest.
Honesty the Best Policy.
Charles Perrin lost both parents be?
fore he could articulate their name?,
and was obliged to go to a charity-house
for his education. At the ago of fifteen,
he was hired by a farmer to bo a shep?
herd in the neighborhood of Lucetta,
who kept her father's sheep. They
often met and were fond of being to?
gether. Five years thus passed, wheu
their sensations became more serious.
Perrin proposed to Lucetta to demand
her from her father; she blushed and
confessed her willingness. As she had
an errand to the town next day. the op?
portunity of her absence was chosen for
making the proposal. "You want to
marry my daughter!" said tho old mau.
"Have you a house to cover her, or
money to maintain her? Lucetta's for?
tune is not enough for both. It won't
do,|Perrin, it won't do."
"But," replied Perrin, "I have bauds
to work; I hard laid up twenty crowns
of my wages, which will defray thc ex?
penses of the wedding; I'll work tho
harder and lay up more."
"Well," said tho old mau, "you aro
young and may wait a little; get rich
and my daughter is at your service."
Perrin waited for Lucetta's returning
in the evening. "Has my father given
you'a refusal?" cried Lucetta. "Ah,
Lucetta," cried Perrin, "how unhappy
am I for being poor! But I have not
lost all hopes. My circumstances may
change for tho better." As they never
grew tired of conversing together, tho
night grew ou and it became dark. Per?
rin, makiug a false step, fell on tho
ground. He found a bug which was
eavy. Drawing towards a light in the
neighborhood, he discovered that it was
full of gold. "I thank heaven," cried
Perrin, in a transport, "for being favora?
ble to our wishes. This will satisfy your
father, and make us happy."
On their way to her father's house, a
thought struck Perrin. "This money is
not oura; il belongs to some stranger,
and perhaps at this moment he is lament?
ing the loss of it. Let us go to the vicar
for advice. He has always been kind."
Perrin put the bag into the vicar's hand,
saying that nt first he looked on it as a
providential present to remove the only
obstacle to their marriage; but that he
now doubted whether he could lawfully
retain it. The vicar eyed the lovers with
attention. He admired their houesty,
whioh appeared even to surpass their af-*
feotion. "Perrin," said he, "cherish
these sentiments. Heaven will bless you.
Wo will endeavor to find out the owner.
He will reward your honesty; I will add
what I can spare. Yon shall have Lu?
The bag was advertised in the newspa?
pers aud cried iu tho neighboring pa?
rishes. Some time having elapsed, and
the money not demanded, tho vicar car?
ried it to Perrin. "These 12,000 livres
bear at present no profit. You ni'iy reap
the interest at least. Lay them ont in
such a manner as to insure the sum it?
self to tho owner, if he Khali appear."
Perrin, one oveuiug, returning home?
ward from his work, saw a chaise over?
turned with two gentlemen in it. He
ran to their assistance, and offered them
every accommodation his small house
could afford. "This spot," said ono of
the gentlemen, "is very fatal to mo.
Ten years ago I lost here twelve thou?
sand livres." Perrin listened with at?
tention. "What search made you for
them?" said he. "It was not in my
power," replied the stranger, "to mako
any searoh. I was hurrying to Port
l'Orient to embark for tho Indies? for
the vessel waa ready to sail."
Next morning, Perrin showed to his
guests his house, his garden, his cattle,
and mentioned the produce of his fields.
"All these are your property, " said he,
addressing the gentleman who had lost
the bag; "the money fell into my hands;
I purchased this farm with it; this farm
is yours. The vicar has an instrument
which secures yonr property, though I
had died without seeing yon."
The stranger read the instrument with
emotion. l??e looTt?d>n Perrin, Lucetta
ana the'?t?ldren.\? "Where am I?* cried
be, "andwhatdol hoar? What virfc?e
in peopt? ab flowb Hate you an j other
land but thia farm?" "No, " replied Per?
rin; "lint you will have occasion for a
tenant; and I hope yon wiil allow me to
remain here." "Your honesty deserves
a bettor recompense," answered the
stringer; "my auoeeos in i ratio has been
great, and I have forgotten my loss.
You aro well entitled to this little for?
tuno, keep it os your own."
What mau in this world would have
acted like Perrin? Perrin nnd Lucetta
shed tears of affection and joy. "My
dear children," said he, "kiss thc hand
of your benefactor. Lucettn, this farm
now belongs to us, and we can enjoy it
without anxiety or remorse." Thus was
Let those who desire the reward, prac?
tice tho virtue.
A vessel in the British Chauuel lately
picked up a live pig seven miles nt sea,
disproving the popular idea that a pig
Charleston Advertisements1 i
Factors and Commission
Liberal-Advances made cn
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
X. F. IIROUIE. II. R. IICDUINS. II. C. UCUOISS.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIBERAL advances made on Consignments.
Refer to ANDREW SIMONOS, Esq., Presi?
dent lat National Bank, Charloutou, S. C.
Aug 21 Smo
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup.
1 AA BAGS now BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
1UU 5 barrels Golden SYRUP, for salo by
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
ALARGE and wolf selected stock, at low
figures, at J. SULZBACUER'S.
jr f\f\ LBS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
?Jv/Vy on hand and lor sale low at wholesale
and retail._J.&T. IL AGNEW.
-? Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
SALMON, No. l,
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
I Fulton Market Beef,
I Smoked Beef,
I Beef Tongue?,
I Extra Sugar-cured Hams,
" '* Bacon Stripe,
j For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
Call early "and often. Oct 21
IS SIEH Y'S UNIVERSAL
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
the South, need no comment. In .it>lo of
? workmanship, and 1er etiieieney of work,
? their turn-out, with the samo* amount of
I power, is unequaled. IL TOZER, Agent,
August 2 Columbia. S. C.
ITUFTY boxes GOSHEN and NEW YORK
* STATE CHEESE, for salo low bv
! _Oct_9_ _EDWARD_HOPE._
Hams and Bacon Strips,
i -f f\f \ NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
LYJ\J 1,000 lbs. new Sugar-cured Break
I fast Strips, just received and for sale bv
Oct 7_ J. R. AGNEW.
Sea Moss Farina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
Moss, highly nutricious, and of exquisite
davor. A dcsirablo article, and staple addi?
tion to tho household bill of fare.
For sale at HEINITSH'S
Sept 22+ Drug 8tore.
New York Advertisements.
COMMISSION MER O II A N 2 S,
No. 130 TEA?H, KfnEEV, SEW XOUK.
Gash Advances made on Shipments.
ROBT. MURRELL. RODT. TANNAHILL.
More than 250 Different Modification!).
AgentB also for tho best Alarm Money
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
252 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
ICC Baltimore Street, Baltimore.
53 Camp Street, New Orleans.
FAIRBANKS, DROWN & GO.,
118 Milk Street, Boston.
For salo hv leading Hardware Dealers,
r Oct 19 wa 3mo
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in tho South for coni
_ _?fort and healthy locality, is
now open to Travelers and others seeking ac?
commodation. Families can bo furnished
with nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms.
"A call is solicited." My Omnibus will be
found at thc different depots.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIGHT.
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
ANEW OIL, which will not light under 300
degrees Farenh?it; never gums; is almost
odorless and os safe as Sperm or Lard Oil for
family use, and when bumed in the MINERAL
SPERM LAMP, tho light is equal to tho best
Kerosene, at a cost not exceeding one-half a
cont, per hour, lt requires but little atten?
tion, no trimming, and the chimney never
breaks from heat.
A BUpply of this safely oil, and a small
assortment ol'Lamps, just received and for
salo by_ J. & T. R. AGNEW. _
JUST received, a eupplv of fresh CRACK?
ERS. BISCUITS. Ac..*couaieting ol
Le mon Crackers,Ac.
_ Foraalc by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
"The Carolina House."
TniS HOUSE luis alway? enjoyed the repu?
tation of being the best place in the city
for obtaining tho coolest ano most delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand o: Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something ont of the
Ordinary run. Call anti tee me, on Washing
Ion street. RICHARD BARRY,
FIRST IN MARKET.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
BARRELS just to hand. For salo low
by GEORGE SYMMERS.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAYING entered into the manufacture ol
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright & Vinn, one
of their now patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning ont from lO.uOU to 00,000 bricks pel
day, aro now prepared to make contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
deairod. Applv to HARDY SOLOMON, at hi?
store, or at the South Carolina Bank ?md
Truet Company. Sept 3
KITTS Mountain BUTTER, for sale
low, by E. HOPI:.
The Largest and Choicest Stock
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
HOUSE- FURNISHING GOODS
S 0 U Til OF B A L TIMO ll E.
THE subscriber is now receiving bis FALL atv! WINTER SUPPLY of tho
stove.direct from thc manufacturers, ami offers them to consumers at NEW
Ul??&B? A full line of CHOICE KEROSENE GOODS.
WE have recently mado large adddition to our stock of HARDWARE, at less prices than
have been bad sinco the war. All our old stock AT COST AND LESS THAN C08T.
New Goods at Reduced Prices:
Masons' Tools and Farming Im
Trimming Material and Honso
Winos and Liquors, of every
grado-an immonao stock.
Chewing and Smoking To?
Sugar, Coffee, Ac,
Our friends who favor us with their orders for BAGGING and TIES, will always find ns at
the bottom of the market in these and all other Goods. TERMS OASH.
Sept 25 3mo
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
TgpB DTOKS?M FERTILIZER, COMPANY
^?PU. > 6 ^iaJ?/irX ?;.' ': " V~ ':,a'..; ' jj
'\ .' . Have now ready a?d for sale, . ,
Wneat, Oats, Grasses and all Fall Crops,
OFFICE: No. 4 WARREN BLOCK, AUGUSTA, GA.
SEXD FOIi CIRCULARS.
JAMES Te GARDINER, President.
Oct 22 Imo E. P. ALEXANDER, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
A MAGNIFICENT G0LLE6T10N
DRY GOODS ?T REVISED PUCES!
Sympathy with the Raw Material.
OCR Mr. Jones haB just returned from New York, ifter making our second trip and pur?
chases this season. Wc will not attempt to enumerate, nor blow, as is so common now ia
advertising; but will put some drives in price*, on the market, that will be in keeping with
our iron rule, LOW PRICES.
Oct 10 3mo R. C. SHIVER.
GRAND FALL OPENING
FAMOUS DOY GOODS ESTADL?SMBKT
J. H. & M. L. KIN ARD.
"W~"E COMMENCE thc FALL SEASON by . pening io an admiring PUBLIC Q-^TJJ
New and Elegantly-arranged DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Cur friends need no special invitation, THEY don't go anywhere eia< : ; GK great mr.?r?
niuet be informed WHERE to buy io thc best advantage. W? assert, wither.! fear cf contra?
O-ULX? "OOUSTI? is tl* o
At which all parties will get ENTIRE SATISFACTION and FULL VALUE for their money.
We have tho BEST arranged Show Rooms in the Cm". Every portion rf the- large space
ia as LIGHT AS DAY; buyers can SEE what tnt y arc purchasing, and we guarantee ;r.e- PRICES
To say that our stock is LABOE, cr VE::Y large, er IX21ENSE, wc nhl NOT crr.Tty EALF an idea
of thc extent and variety that each of the
TWELVE WELL-STOCKED DEPARTMENTS CONTAIN.
O ur O?ibrrjpo-t Stoc ls.
ALONE is worth as much as any ordinary Dry Goods Store keeps altogether.
The Handsome French Plate Glass Front
Will indicate to strangers and visitors to our City WHERE TO sTor AND BUS from tho
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCIC OF DRY GOODS THAT
Cnn he Found In thin City.
Each Department is superintended by Gentlemen of long business experience, and wo
have made special arrangements with a COMPETENT Upholsterer, to have Carpets, Oilcloths,
Window Shades anti Cornices cut to fit, and laid down or put up, so that the customer will
have nothing to do but to make thc selection, and we will do the rest, and do it RIGHT.
rrivato Rc6ideno.ee, Hotels and Churches furnished on thc most liberal terms and with de?
spatch. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS cut ANY size.
Oct 9 J. II. & M. L. KIN A KI).
HARD "TOT UFE. IES ,
HART & CO.,
WHOLESALE, NO. 39 HA YNE STREET,
RETAIL, CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Agents for Fairbanks7 Standard Scales
BURDICK'S NATIONAL HAY CUTTER.
HOES, O UNS,
HOLLOW WARE, TIN WARE,
MILL STONES, H?LTING CLOTH,
Sept 15 3m
IGE! IGE! ICE!
HAVING pat my machino in operation, I
now inform tho publio that I am roady
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cont a per pound by tho retail. Por 100 pounds
or more, agreements will bo made. The loe
can be obtained at either tho upper or lower
atoro. _J. C. SEEQER8.
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Drug and Chemical Store,
Af tho old ataud of Fisher & HeinitBh.
OPPOSITE P1IONIX OFFICE.
WHERE DUUOS and MEDICINES
>of every kind will bo eold for cash,
at remarkably low prices; where
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fami?
ly Recipes will bo prepared, under
Mr. ilcinitsh's personal supervision
and care. Where also thc following indispen?
sable articles may bc had:
Fresh Citrate Magnesia,
Flavoring Extracts, finest quality,
Toilet Articles and Colognes,
Toilet and Bath Soap, for thc skin and com?
plexion, Turkish Towels,
Bathing Sponges, Flesh Brushes,
Bakers' Broma and Cocoa,
Prophred Wheat, Farinaceous Food, for in?
fante and invalida,
Pu?o Extract of Calf's Feet for Jelly, and for
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Coxe A Cooper's, sheet and shred
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for tho Toilet.
Tho prophylactic character of Perfumed
Water? and Odors has in all ages received the
sanction of eminent and learned Physicians.
The frequent use of these haB often restored
tho sick and feeble to health and Btrcngth.
Circassian Bloom and Bloom of Youth, for
rendering the Skin Roft. ?nd fair aa Alabaster
Marble; removes all blemishes, freckles and
Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, for Bowel Com?
plaint, admirably adapted for children.
Essence of "Jamaica Ginger," Persons
traveling towards tho mountains or tho sea,
will find this article an indispensable requi
i site. For salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1 Druggist and Apothecary.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta II. R.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1, 1870.
PS mo, PgggEgflffi ON and after THIS DAY,
IBgfB^s-^ *Nagg tho Passenger trains over
this Road will run aa follows : .
Leave Charlotte, N.C.,at. 8.20a.m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 3.45 p.m.
Arrive Augusta, at - - -- - - - 8.50 p. m.
j Leave Augusta, at. COO a. m.
I " Columbia, S. C., at.11.45 a.m.
I Arrive Charlotte, N. C. at.6.80 p. ta.
j ACCOMMODATION THAIN, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
; Leave Columbia.10.10 p. m
: Arrrive at Augusta. 7.00 a. va,
\ Leave Augusta. C.30 p. m.
; Arrive at Columbia.4.15 a. m.
i Close connections made ria Greensboro and
Richmond a.;d Ac quia Creek, and rm Raleigh
?Weldon and Bay Li'ie. Through Tickets sold
'and baggage checked to all points North,
?South, and W.-st.
! Sept 1 C. BOUKNIOHT, Superintendent.
I Schedule on Blue Ridge RailroadT"
,--,^-=3!-- Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
SapBgKgl " Pendleton.5.20 "
I -?- " Percyville.COO "
j Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 *'
I Leave Walhalla.5.00 A.M.
" Pendleton.6.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.7.2o "
Waiting at Anderson ono hour for the arrival
jf np train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
, July 31 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CoLfMaiA, S. C., July 25, 1870.
if?OC ON and after MON?
E? DAY, August 1, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will he run daily, Sundays
excepted, connecting with Night Trains on
Knuth Carolina Road, up and down, also with
Trains going South on Charlotte, Colombia
and Augusta Railroad:
Ur- Lfc&vo Columbia. 8.15 am
" Alston. 9.88 am
" Newberry..:. 11.03 am
Arrive Abbeville". 8.00 pm
" Anderson. 4.80 pm
" Greenville. 5.00 pm
DOWN-Leav? Greenville. 7.00 am
" Anderson. 7.30 a ni
.? Abbeville. 9.00 a m
.* Newberry. 12.47 pm
" Alston. 2.30 p m
1 Ari iv- Columbia. 3.45 p m
t Up-Leave Columbia.8.00 a m
i " Alston. 9 80 a m
Frog Level.10.40 am
" Newberry.11.05 am
j Arrive at Helena at"..11.15 am
I Down-Leave Helena. 2 45 pm
" Newberry.2.55 pm
'. Frog Level. 3.15 pm
Alston. 4.15 p m
Arrive at Columbia. COO p m
Jnlv 28 JOHN H. MORE, Gen'l 8upft.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAY 13,1870.
ON and after Sun?
day, 15th May, tho
Passenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
ltailroad will run the following schedule:
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleston. 3 30 pm
Leave Charleston.8 30 a m
?nive at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
j Leave Augusta.8.00 a m
j Arrive at Columbia.4.10 pm
MOOT EXPRESS THAIS ( SUMlAYri EXCEPTED).
' Leave Columbia.7.50 p ra
! Arrive at Charleston.fi 45 a ra
I Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m
j Leave Charleston.v.?? p m
I Leave Augusta.6.00 p m
I Arrive at Columbia.6.00 a m
i Camden sud Columbia Passenger Traine
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
! ami between Camden and Kingville daily.
' Leave Camden.6.35a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leavi: Columbia.1.(10 p Di
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
i Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road
f&TJKf EXE3E3 ON Rnd after tno 241,1
WWf2? iJSi?if?aHr/' instant, the Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spartanburg
Court Honan, at 7 20 A. M., and arriving at
liston 1.85 P. M.
! Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
: and SATURDAYS, will leavo Alston at 9 50 A.
M., and arrive at Spartanburg at 3.40 P. M.
_THOMAS B. JETER. President.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., August 29, 1870.
: ON and after THUR8
.DAY. September 1, 1870,
trains will be run over thin Road in accordance
with the following time-table:
Trains East . Trains Weet.
AUHIVE. LEAVE. ABSrVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 7.00 p m 7.40 a m
Salleburv.9.34 p m 9.39 p m 6.00 am 5.05 a m
Orten ubo 12 30 a m 1.15 a m 1.10 a ta 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2 36 a m 3.00 a m 10.49 p m 11.25 p m
Hillsboro' 4.13 a m 4.15 a m 983 ptoQSSpm
Raleigh... 6 82 a m 7.00 a m 6.58 p m 7.10 p m
Goldaboro 10.50 a m 8.00 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 8.30 p. tn., and art ives at
6.30 a. m. W. H. GREEN, Mas Trans.