All communications intended for this cotnmu
Minulil bo tultlrcaeotl to J. it. o'N\ liolloway.
I who has kir.dly cotiBuuied to edit it.
The Successful Teaoher.
In lion of any remarks from us on
..this fruitful subject, wo subjoin a par
agraph fron? the able addles* of Dr.
W. M. Gricr before the teachors of
Abbeville County We arc sorry we
can't insert bis entire address. In
speaking of the capacity of the teach
er for communicating knowledge as a
guarantee of success, be says :
/'He may.be thoroughly informed
in grammar, history, arithmetic and
geography and yet be a poor teacher.
Jle may fail entirely to inspire that
desiro for knowledge, that love of
truth which is the grand end in all
.leaching. He may bo so dellcieut in
power of analysis, in a capacity to
'eimplify and render attractive the
topic of the hour that every lesson
will be a dull task to the pupil, except
du those rare cases, with those bright
geniuses who need a teacher not to
inspire but simply to guide and curb
mental effort. It should never he
iorgotlcn that the most extensive anil
accurate knowledge docs not lit me
for a professional educator. In your
own experience as pupils you have
noticed a marked difference in the
success of teachers who did not dilf r
in the extent of their knowledge?
..while the one interested and instruct
ed you, the other simply tasked you.
While one stimulated you and made
.the lesson a delight, the other drove
you to every subterfuge to avoid a
recitation. And inasmuch as all
those tests which arc employed to de
termine the qualifications of teachers
relate only to the amount and accura
cy of knowledge there is very great
danger lest we judge when we have a
first grade certificate that we are first
class teachers. Let us not thus lower
ami narrow our professions. Not
only must we have a thotongh knowl
edge of the branches we propose to
teach, but we must address ourselves
to the woik of making all knowledge
pleasant to those who have heretofore
found their only pleasure in rude
sports, pithless jokes and green fruit.''
Gen. Robert K. Lee, that grand old
Christain chiellain whose name will
.live as long as there is left a page in
history on which to record his heroic
deeds, hands the following advice
d^Wn to posterity, and we earnestly
"call the attention of the parents there
'kThe parent, after committing his
child to the teaching of another,
should continue to manifest an nlfec
tioliale interest in his improvement
by constant inquiry and encourage
ment. 'Jhc supplying of young per
sons, while absent from their homes,
with needless money, and the permis
sion to contract debts, arc to be rep
robated, as tempting to a sinlnl prod
igality and multiplying the dangers
qf contracting habils of vice. The
proper authority of teachers must be
firmly sustained by parents. Kvcrv
'jouhg person should be informed by
his parents I hat he must give dili
gence to profit by bis studies, or
"else must be compelled to make him
'self useful to society Ivy actual labor
in Millie humbler sphere.'
How much less trouble tin; teacher
would experience if this manly coun
sel were taken. Cilfcous [ arcnls al
ways make unruly scholars. ,
i' _._ _ i
OllAKOKBUKO, September lat, 1879.
Mit. EniTOlt:?In your issue of last
Week, I find this sentence : '"The knife
la worth a dollar," and an inquiry
' appended as to the manner in which
"woith" should lie parsed. I would
suggest that "worth*' is a predicate
ndjective limiting the noun "knife,"
and is itself modified by the noun
"dollar," according to the "Special
Knie" found in many grammars:!
'?Nouns denoting time, value, weight, j
or measurement, ore commonly put |
''in the objectivo caso without a gOV-J
'crnfng word." W. II. Lawhf.nch.
We shall not quarrel with the Pro.,
j'essor for Iiis disposition of the word
"worth," but we would like to know
what right any grammarian has to I
ptiy that "dollar"' is in "the objective
case without a governing word." lly j
what itile do these grammarians lind'
out that such nouns used in such posi-!
lions, are in the objective case rather
than the nominative? We consider
the rule referred to very ridiculous
and inCOUbis'.eut. Cannot "worth"
also be parsed as a preposition ?
At the late meeting of the Teach
ers* Convention of Greenville County,
a lecturer was employed to give the
teachers instructions in Heading,
Arithmetic, Geography and Gram
mar, "and also in Mental Philosophy
ami School Government. Rev. H. I.
M01 ton of the Greenville Normal
School conducted Ihc proceedings,
and great good was accomplished.
The expense was nothing in compari
son to the benefits derived, and we
commend the precedent to our School
C ommissioner. Wo caniiot build up
educational inaltors in our county,
unless wc arc willing to labor and toil,
and endure a little expense uhd trou
ble. ? .'
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the Stale for their learning, ability and
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Proprietors, Columbia, S. O.
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tor Si DO.
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yearly subscribers to the Tri-Weekly
Edition of The News and Courier lor
No reduction!! will be made in the price
to subscribers of The News anil Courier
except a- above.
Remember the WEEKLY NEWS con
tains all the latest News, selected from
Tin' News ifud Coiirjur, he.-lib sthese spe
cialties which do not appear ia the Daily
A Prize Story, a ("he.-s Column, an
Agricultural Department; and a com
plete weekly record of Death-and .Mar
riage- in this Slate.
Any one ol dies specialties alone i
wortli the prioe Uf subscription, and the
subscriber really gels a First Class Week
ly besides tor nothing.
RIORDAN A RAWSON,
Charleston. S. C.
I). F. FLKMlNtS. JAS. M. WILSON
Wo arc now opening, direct from
the Manufacturers, a large and new
slock of Roots, Shoes, and Trunks;,
FOR FALL TRADE.
Orders solicited and promptly fill
ed. All goods with our brand war
D. F. FLEMING & CO.
WilOI.KSAI.K DKALEUS IX
No 2 I lay no street, Cor. of Church
street, Charleston, S. C. scp 27-11
LiTaM ER1 ca n HO I'EI4
Established about 1830
Resucitated on the European Plan for
Rooms each person per day.50
per month...8 and $10
According to location of Rooms paid
Hoard and lodging.vl 50 per day
board and lodging.0 50 per week
MRS. M. J. ARCHER. Pproptlctrcss,
20 George st. corner King,
scp 27 ly Charleston, S C.
H E N R Y K 0 HIN ' S
h ene y Iv o hist ' s
c:r.a_m: jam full
CHAM JA M E TJ L Ii
? II A M J A M F U L L
N E W G G 0 1) S
N E W G 0 0 D S
N BW G O 0 D S
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
STOCK 01 DRY GOODS
IX THE TOWN OF
81? m & f ? 81 1W 8
"pv A. SAIN NOTIFES THE CITIZENS OF ST. MATTHEWS. ASD THE
U* public generally that in the old stand of Clark's, near the Depot, will be
found a choice and rare selection of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Tobaccos andfidgars. Liquors
both, Foreign and Domestic, Hardware, t$'C.,
And solicit*, a share of trade. Mr. J. I'll IL. SA IX, wheis in charge of the store
will be glad t?> greet any all ?d his old customers, and ii?v ?nies too, to whom he
LquiraulceS bargains as good as can be had in Charlestoi. Highest market price;
paid lor all kinds of country produce'
0. 4 mm.
St. Matthews, September C, 187G.
AtJiM'lf WEST CORNER STATIC IIOUIiESQUAltE,
COLUMBIA 6'. C.
BOARD $300 PER DAY. OMXIBUS 2ocs<
Special attontlon and RATES to commercial travolora.
Ornngebnrg Oct. 18 1878. ly
Established April 2, 1SCS.
Is Published every Thnisuny, in Colum
bia, S. ('., by
SID1 II. BROWN. Proprietor & Editor.
Terms the sann? to every subscriber.
Six Month*, $1, or 7'> Outs iVjiaiii in si days.
One Year, Vi, <?r tl.50 il patil la St .lays.
The Neighbor, now?1870?in ha
l wellt h j ear, continued an Advocate ol
Christianity? Peace ami Good will?as
opposed to War or aught else that is
contrary to Love.
As an Independent Organ of ( Mn isti.jn
ity and Methodism, the Neighbor seeks
to establish Peace in its Divinely ap
pointed bliprciliacy in the Household, (he
School, the Church, the State and the
The number of the present generation,
who believe with the early disciples ol
Christ, that Christianity and War arc
contrary, one to I he other, is hopefully
on the increase. In aid of (he further
rc establishment of this faith and prac
tice of Primitive! Christians, the Neigh
bor continues an unswerving advocate.
The Neighbor circulates iu inoic than
thirty States of (he Union, and has been
found to by an excellent ndvcrlisjn?!
medium; yet only one page can be ap
propriated to advertisements, and these
must, be select.
A trial of the paper will the he'ter en
able a person to judge of its tneiils and
Columbia. S. C.
P. S.?Person??men or women, boys
or girls?who are willing to canvass, hi
their neighborhoods for I he Neighbor
will please write.
S. R. MARSHALL & 00.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OPFER A COMPLETE LINK OF
11 AR D WA 1t E, POTXV A11E,
T?N WARE, NAILS,
SADDLERY, CUTTLE Ii Y,
GUNS, &C. Also. Agricultural Steels,
as follows: Strahjhl mul Turn Shovels,
Scoot er.?-, it ill Tongues, ami Sweeps of
all kinds, suitable for the wholesale ami
Merchants would do well to call
and examine our slock before pur
Charleston, Sept, 27, 1878. 3mo
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. :!l Went worth street, nein- the Old
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Cents' Coats Vests and Pants 'nicely
( leaned. Dyed and Pressed. Faded and
Moulded Clothing Renewed with the
F RE SH AKIUVALS
Mew and. "O^si^atole Croods
lit, ?a mm*? &rat&
MY STOCK COMPRISES
Dry G-oocls and. Groceries
IN CHEAT VARIETY.
The Dry Goods embrace Ladies and M?ns Dross Cond?, While and Colored
Cotton Goods, Prints, Men's and Roys' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
13 oofs and Shoes,
To suit all classes. Also full lines of
GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS.
And in fact everything to ho found in a first class store.
Thanking the public for their generous patronage in the. past, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same, promising to sell everything at the lowest possl
hie price. The highert market price paid for
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Rice, &c.
And all other Country Produce. A call BClicited. No trouble to show goods.
Orangeburg. S. C, Mar 28-tf
JOIIjST C. PIKE,
Corner Church and Russell Streets.
The Improved Water Elevator
IE you would enjoy good health you must use pure
water. To the citizens (?I (.Mangeburg, Aikcii,
Edgelield, Hampton, and liarnWell counties: Having
purchased the exclusive right of said counties for the
Improved Water Elevator and Purifier, we oiler the
same lor sale. This Elevator has no superior. Ii is
simple, cheap and durable, having no wooden tubing
to decay and pollute the water. No Iron tubing to
i ust or corrode. No Hanges or valves to wear out or
to get out. of order. Requires no attachment below
the platform and will last Til RICE 'JCIltXlSS
as long as any pump. Will make bad water good,
and good water better. A thorough investigation is
all that is necessary to convince you of its merits.
SAIN, MERONEY & CO.
1 ! !
1! ! ! 1 ! !!
I!!! I!!! I!!!
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\ DVERTISE a large and varied stock of Goods, consisting in part of
Sugar, Tea, Soap Tinware. Lemons, Butter Nuts,
Codec, Splee, Stipolio, Stone ware. Oranges Cocoa Nuts,
llncou, Ginger, Washing Soda. Glassware, Apples, Pecans.
Flour, Pepper, Lye, Crockery ware. Cabbages, Almonds,
Lard, Nutmegs, Potash, Wooden ware, Confectionery, Currants,
Hams, Copperas, Starch. Silters, Candy, * Prunes.
In fact the Iarges' and best variety of Fancy and Staple Groceries kept in Orange
burg, at prices Ten to Twenty per cent less than any house in town.
I mean just what I say,
I'll sell for less than any one,
* Or give my goods away.
A. B. "WALKER,
Orangeburg, April 4, lsi'.).
Leader of Low Prices.
FL \ E ('HE 11 TJ\ V TOIL 4 CO,
DOMESTIC AM) IMPORTED SEC ARS,
Made of .Mount a in Veto Corn Wliiskct.
CHAMPAGNE, ALES, PORTERS BRANDIES WINES, REER &c &c.
I" have on hand a very heavy .stock which 1 am ottering lor sale cheaper titan
JLany one else in the Count}'. Fresh Lager Heer constantly kept on hand at
5 cents a schooner. Give nie a call at I>o^y 1??.-* Ooi'noi*
'I J. KING
Orangeburg, September 0.
First Glass Family Grocery, at Patrick's Old Stand,
Corner of Eussell and Tread well Streets, Orangeburg.
IRESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE OPEND AT
the nbovo stand a llrst cla*8
GrBiOC EB Y M\B) VKmWm ST/OJE.,
Where can be found everything needed for family use of the very host
quality, and warranted fresh and genuine. 1 will make it. a point to keep nothing
for sale hut wdiat is llrst. class and fresh. By permanent arrangements
made 1 will receive my goods weekly?and by close and careful attention
to my business, and the wants of my customers, I hope to receive a fair share of
patronage. Goods received on consignment, and country produce solo >r ship
ped to Charleston or Northern markets on Commission.
CHARLES S BULL, a^c*
Orangeburg, S. C, ScptembcrO, 1S7S
ORANGE BURG, S. C.
Mr. R. H. WILES respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally (hat
he is prepared to receive *nd make to or
Of the best material, and finish them In
lirat class style. Also One 'and Two
put up at the shortest notice and lowest
prices. Repairing neatly and strongly
done. Horse Shoeing by expert Smiths.
All work done at rates to suit the low
price of cotton. Call and give me a trial.
R. H. WILES,
Orangeburg, S. O.
June 20, 1879.
CALL Wfl CALL
At the People's Bakery*
ESTABLISHED IN 1871,
BY TUE PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who is still ready and willing to
BREAD, ROLLS, PI ES
C .A. K E S .
of all descriptions.
G U N G E E S
by the barrel or bos.
BREAD FOR CAMP-MEETINGS,
Any other meetings at short notice.
TUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
0 TIONARYS. FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, Wlileh will be sold as low as
any that can be bought in Oraugeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of my
friends and the public-1 still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T. W. AX.BERGOTTX,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Hurley.
Oraugeburg. Sept 13j 1S7S ly
Xltiil liouil Sclictinlc?.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL ROAD.
Commencing Sunday, March 10, 1S70,
Passenger Trains will run as follows:
Leave Charleston at.G -15 a m
Leave Charleston at.9 15 p m
Arrive at Columbia tit.1 10 p m
Arrive at Columbia.7 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.G 13 a m
Leave Columbia.8 20 a m
Leave Columbia at.4 00 p m
Leaya Columbia at.0 :10 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.10 00 p ni
Arrive at Ciiarleston at.0 40 a m
Leave Charleston at.G 45 a m
Leave Charleston at.0 15 p hi
Arrive at Augusta at.1 25 p ni
Arrive at Augusta at.,8 20 a tu
Leave Augusta at..'I 30 p m
Leave Augusta at.7 30 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.10 00 p m
Arrive at Ciiarleston at.G 00 a m
CA51 DEN DIVISION.
(Daily, except Sundays.)
Leave Charleston at.7 20 a m
Arrive at Caniden at.8 00 p m
Leave Caniden at.7 30 a in.
Arrive at Charleston.G 15 p m
Trains leaving Charleston at 9 15 p. m.
niul Columbia at 4 p m. make close con
neclions vlaity, except Sunday, with trains
of Greenville and Columbia Railroad, to
and from Greenville, Walhalla. Ander
son. Spartanburg and points on the Spar
enburg and Asiieville Railroad, nnd for
Laurons on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
Trains leaving Charleston at G 45 a.
> in. and Columbia at 4 p. m. make close
connections daily with trains of Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Kallroad, to and
from Charlotte, Richmond, Washington
and all Eastern Chics; also with trains
of Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad to and from Suuitcr, and other
points on W. C. & A. R. It.
Trains leaving Charleston at 645 a. in.
and 1U 15 p. in. and Augusta at 3.30 p. m.
make close connections daily with trains
of Georgia Railroad md Central Rail
road for Macon, Atlanta and all points
West and Southwest.
Sleeping Cars on till night trains.
JOHN R. PECK, Superintendent.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. P and T. Agt.
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,.
St. Matthews S. 0,
We respectfully call the attention of
the tanners to our general stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whenCM
they vi- iL St. Matthews, A full and]
fresh stock constantly In store.
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