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You wonder that my tea's should flow
In listettilig to that simple strainl;
Thait Chose unskillfill sontids should till
My sol with joy and pain
How Can you tell what thoughts it stirs
Wit hiti my heart again ?
You wonder why that common ph rase.
So aIl unmeaning to your ear;
Should stay me ill my merriest mood.
And thrill my soul to hear
HIow can you tell what ancient .chairm
its Ilade ile hold it dear?
You smile to see ine turn ldl(] speak
With 0one whose cotiverse yout despise.
You 1do not. See the drelams of old
That with his i(voice arise
How can yon tell what links have made
Him sacred in my eyes?
Oh, these. are voices of the past,
Links of a brokeni tChain,
Wi n ls that c ear mile back to times
Whieli Cannot come agaill;
Yet Gkod forbid that I shouild lose
The Mchos that remlainl.
REFUND-ING THE DHmECT T7AX.
Th'le Palmetto P'ost Says1: ""Messrs.
Wim. E. Farle, of Washington,
and T. Gr. White, of ieauifort, are
n1Ow rAeeCivingsO' for their clihents the
amio uts of, su1Iplus proceeds of di
rect taxes recovered by jt d igem1en ts
in the Court of (lainis in washing
ton inl finvor of parties W hose prop-,
ertv Was sold out during the war
tinder the operations of the dir'ect
tax laws of I 861 and 1-862. The (o
verineiit reserved right of appeal
For 90 days after the rendition of
judgement, and lenee the claim
aInts are n1ow receivinug thir11 mon
ey as the ti1me expires in eac I(h else.
The calses have all been so thor'-I
oughly prepnre(d, aiid the ri'ight of
recovery, so wvell established thtint
so fir the (overnient has taken
no appeal of anV of tliemi, an(1 the
judgeillents will all, n1o doub1t, be
p2id inl due time anid a tardy aett
of justice done without f urt her
A RESTE) IN Ic 0ENs.-George
Le,'l, theyoung vlite mnI1i who
became involve(d in a difficullty
with the fither of his bet rothed at
the Chi urch in Piedmont a short
time11 sinJce, was arr1'ested. in1 Pick
ens8 coun~ty ablout .18 mil~es from1
here on Saturdlay n ighit 'hist byv
1Deputy Shieriff1 Garri son. Ie wc~vas
brought to thiis city Siund1ay and
hoodged ini jalil, w~hien(e lie was tak
(en yesterda iy befme C Justice0 Fur
mani, by whom lie was sentenced
to 30 days in jail for assault and
b)atter'y, an 11(fter tihe expirationi
of his sentence to awvait his tr'ial
at courtt on the charge of disturb-1
ing a religious meeting.-Da ily
-The back wall ot the fi've sto
ry United States hotel at 'Wash
inlgton f~ell with a1 sui~dden cr'ash on
Sunday. Seven per'sonis were 1)u
r'ied1, five of whom were rescued
alive but more or' less injur'ed.
IED~r IN FcomDIA.-A. R. Rad
clifle, well-known ini this city aind
State, and who was8 inarr'lied here
some months sinlce to Miss Mary
Glazener,. of Creenville, died in
Palatka, Fla., last week.
-Thle Laurens farmiers find
their grain not so badly hurit af
ter all, and are b)ent on sowing for
another 'big- cropnnext year'.
Small L ot
HUDGENS & HUDGENS,
E1(asley, S. '
FOR TiE NEXT FORTY DAYIS
ROBINSON, & W YATT 1
E ASTLEY. . ..
the remiiainder of their Fall
an(. Winter stock of goods,
lI a r(1 wva '. ( racerie.
r(om for* t hieir
WVe keeJ> constanity on h!)I1Znt a full
. ieu a (call nin 11we wvill beC sme
to sell 1 o you if low IricesU are <le$irel.
News and Courier,
CIIARLE;STON, S. C.
Daily $10 a year' ; Weekly $2 a year.
ThIe Leadinig P'aper of the Sont h -East
argest Ch'rentatloui in thee Cotton
Lime! Lime! Lime!
CAN RE BOUJGIITI OF
I-I Jb. GIGl\ILLIA.T,
Easle'y, S. C.,
Either ini (Car Load Lots or
by thew single barrell at very
DRUGS! DRUGS! !
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
Cor. Main and Washington Sts.,
GR EENVILL E. S. C.
O FFERS to the ptblic, one of the
best seleeted. pirest and freshest
ock of )ri r, A li cines . Paints.Oiis,
Dye Stuffs. Toilet articles, Patent
medlicines, the best brands of Segars
and Tobacco, Notions, etc., etc; to be
found in the State. Also, full line of
Garden. Flower and tild
Guiaranteed fresh and genuine. and inl
fact everything usually kept in a trst
clss DIrug Store. is
is in full blast, and vell supplied with
ever'y conceiv-Ible kind of flavoring
Syrups, Cream. erc., an1t(d served in the
best style in the City.
Politoe and attentive clerks,.4 with a
hill anl select stock of Goodg is 011v
Leadin.g I Ineement.s for patrolnS
W henl youetne to Greenville (lOn't
fail to call on e, a Id I gnuaraite sat
faction. My.( swock is too large
dertake to enliilerate allt he articles.
F. A. W ALT'1ER.
Ins all its birialelb(s, done b3
Easley. s. C.
Give him a call aIn satisfatioll wil
b.e given. bothii .s to work a ld ch arge.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE
P ;SSE ONGER DEPAR1TMENT.
On after Aug. 3<d, 1881. Paisselgel
I rain service on the A. & C. Air-Lim
Division wNill be as follows
.OITLLH W'i A1RL).
)EXPIIS Z, ail.
No. 51 No. 5:
DailIY. Dai Iv%.
Athna .Al 440p1) m11 840a 11
.Gainsville.5. . 57 p m 10 35 a t
L hi .... ..... 7 25 p mI 1101 ait
Rah. Gap Jimc 8 12 p ii1130 a n
To coa. . . .. ..C 8 S4 p n 1204 p ji
" Xeneca City. . D ) 59 p m 1 00 p 1
" 'entral........ .10 312 in 152 p n
Liberty........ 1053p 2131pn
11" u-;Iv ' . . . . . . . I 1 10 u 2 27 p
Greenville. . . .E 11 42 p m 2 47 in
' Sparltanr F 1 01 a nu 3 .5 p n
Gastonuia. .. . .G 3 20 :a m!i 554 p n
'Cairlotte .. .II 4 l() a iit ( 40 p n
~SO0UT/ HJ/ WA RD.
-- 1)ily. D~aily
Leaiiviharlotte 1 145am i100)pin
Ai .Gastontia...... 2 30 am 1 45pni
"Spatrtanurg ... 428amn 345pn)1
"~ Greenville...... 543 ati 455pnJ i
"Ea.....y'......... 617 a m| 5 21pn
"Liert...... 631 am 5 42pu~l
"'Cetral......... 655 ami 6 00 pn
"'Seneea (ity... 7 :2am in637pn
"IToccoat......... 840 ami 735 im
"Rab. Gap Junec. 9 34 a mn 8 30 p~ n
"Lut.. .. .. .. . .10 09 a m ui8 50 p ni
"Oninesville. .. . .10 36 a m1 9 25 p~ n
"' Atlanta... .. .. .. 1 00 p mn! 1 30 p n
Acconunoditioni T1rain ,(A ir-,inie Belle
' (OoING NO~RTH.
Lea ve A tlant a .............. 6 15 p)1n
A rrive Ga inesvil le ..........8 25 p~ n
Accommuodation T[rain. (Air-Line Belle
L've Gainesville............7 00 a n
Ar rive A tlan ta3............. 9 20' a
No. 185-Local Freight, Goling South
Le ave C ha rlott e.,.............3 00 a a
A inve Ualfhie y's.........,..10 50 a mt
A rive Spartan bli rg--........12 53 p m
A rrive - Greeinvil1l............ 4 15 pJ mr
Arrive at Easleys. ......... 03 p~ m
A riv~ e at; i Aberty .........) 45 p mt
Arrni.ve Cenitra ............... 7 30 y
No.. 17.- Local Freight, Goin g North.
Leave ( entral ................~ 445 a mv
Arrive at Liberty............... 5 15 a ir.
Arrive at Easleys ............... 5 50 a n.
Arrive Greenvflle ........... ... 7 03 a m
Arrive Spartanburg ............10 20 a i
Arrive Gafney's. ......*........ 1 03 p tm
Arrive Charlotte ........... 6 15 p m
All freight trains on this road carry
passengers.. All passenger trains rini
brough to Danvillec & Richmond with
oi t change connecting at Danville wit h
Va. Midland, to all Eastern cities, and
at Atlanta with all lines diverging. No.
50 leaves Richmond at 1 30 p. m, and
No. 51 arrives thece at 3 50 p In. 52
leaves Ridhmond 1 28 a m. 53 arrives
there 7 00 a m. The local freights stop
at above stations 20 to 30 minutes,
BUFFET SLEEPING CARS WIH
On trains Nos. 50 and 51, New York
and Atlanta, via Washington and Dani
ville, and also Goldsboro and Warm
Oai trains Nos, 52 and 53, Richmond
and1 Danville, Washington and Attims
ta, Washington anld New Orleans.
Return ing, on No.52 - sleeyer G reens
ho'o to Richnmoond.
Throuigh Tickects on sale at
.1harlotte, Greenville, Seneca, Spar
tanuirg and ciainesville to all points
Sonth, Southwest., North and East.
A, with N E It R to atd fronm Athens.
B, vith N E it R to and( from Trali
C, with El. Air-Line, to lin1 tromt
Elbertom and Bowe-rsville.
D, wvith Blue R1idgel it R to and froi
E, with c anl a it it to ani1 from
iNewberry, Alston andl Gohnnubia.
F1 , Wit h1 A and s at1l s U anld C R It
to and from ltlersonvieAiston &.
G. with ChlIester and LIenoir R R to
and from Ciester, Yorkville iid Dall a
I. With N C Division and C C and A
it it to and froImt (treenshoro, Raleiui,
&C. EDWIN BERK1LE.: SIupt.
M. SLA UT wrER, Gen'l. Pass. Agt .
A. L. Ri v , 2 V P1 & Nen . M:m 'r.
South-1 Carolina Railway Company.
(1 C01onnneneing Sm. S hiyav. Ma 'I1 1,
U1884., at '4 p) ml. Passeng-er Trains,
will in as follows nt il further not.ie.
"Itistern Iilme :
TO AND FROM CIIAWHLE'STON.
E;AS1 (DA ILY.)
D-ehllrt Colnunbia at 7 50 a1 i 5 25 y m
Due Ciarleston at 12 20 a i 9 55
WE;ST (DA iLY.)
Depart Cinarle-4t on 8 18 a imt .1 30 1 m
Dule at, Co thll) bia at 12 38 9 4 22 "
To A ND FROM CAM DEN.
Depart ( ' linnbiia at 7 50 a mn 5 25 p mi
ID)ue at ( :nndenm at 2 25 y im 8 25
West (Da:ily ('xcept Smu~ilayV.)
D e part Coieni at 1) (0 a mi 4 00 p mt
Duei at Cohunbia 12 38 " 9 '2
TO A N!) F'OM A UU IST A.
Diepitrt C'olunnbia at 7 5 0 a'ni 5 2.3 j .n1
Due~ at. Aaugmust a at 1 20 jyt m 8 10 a m
Depart Auguistla a t 7 15a a m
ID)ue at Ciohunabia ait 12 38 p
at 12 38 ) ti, mail departlinbg at 5 50p.
mi. At Columbtuia .Juntiton withI C.h'ir.
At. Chl:irleston w ithI Steiatmers fo
) Newv Y~ork ona Sat nirothly; mud on 'i'ne
dayV111( mal ! Satrdlay witht tteaamer for
I.Jineksonaville and poits Oil St. ,~iohn'.
R liver;~ also. wit hi Chiarlestont a1 1( S~a
vanitih IRailroL! to ai tfrom Saivan
Nail1( all p)oint $ in Fl~oida
West antd Southb. A t Blackville t o ando
fronm points o n B.itwell Railroil.
I). MCQUEE~N, Agenat, (Golutibia, S.(J
<JIHN B. PECK, Ocaieral Manager.
I. ' CALIrNOo ciM: Piandl'I"L-'t Agct