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TAas CAEZ or YoUR HABiTS.
Character is the substance, repu
tation the shadow only-some
times longer and sometimes
shorter. How important, then,
is care in the growth and forma
tion of habits, since character is
but a "bundle of habits" that
years have been picking up and
combining ; and when combined
you may annihilate the composi
tion, but you cannot alter it. It
is no easy matter to drop habits,
even those that hang most loosely
upon the outside. We have an
attachment to them, or they have
an attachment to us, which ii not
readily separated. They are like
an old pair of shoes. which, though
there are no advantages attending
them, still they are easy and we
are loth to "cast them off." The%
a.ze like an old hat, which, thougi
it has become unsightly, still sits
comfortably to our head, and we
dread the breaking of a new one.
Poetry is pleasure. Anything
that interferes with this is a fault.
Money is gQod in its use. Be
yond that it is apt to work mi..
A STAUAI RISTORY BY GEN. LEE
A WV fNatkonal and Parrnt Value.
Memoirs of the War,
aEm. EE LEE,
ssSRosaLY ANTISED AND ABOTATBD aY.
GEN. ROBERT E. LEE. -
sao nBs ADDED AN
mll liographyot bsYather.
1 vol., octavo, 600 pages, with new
Red Portraits of Gen. Henry Lee
and Ges. Kathaniel Greene; beau
tiful Steel Engravings of "Afarion
Crossing the Pedee," and the 'Sur
rader of Cornwallis;" and five
-origina Maps and Plans..
4b asirable history of the operions
ef the American Armies during the ta,u.
$ssiy. War, In the Southern Department of
the Uited Stane', is the standard work on
the of which it treats; and this edi.
1ieefeed and corn eted by Gen R>ber
E.J^-the distinguished son of the Aathor.
s gsbiy interesting and valuable by
acr -aew Kgrathy of his . tather,
Ge ee,from materials en e.
M w hose value Is permanent, for
to the foundations of stuls great
asntkM, ea~ma history of which tvery
Amaerican clim.e Is pnud. Wbhle the lai..
tory is ehleBy of operations at the South,
yWfoUdiderab!e space is devoted to Nortb.
eg@viente and battem, thus giving the
work a national valae. .Among mny o:her
matters, It embraces
*Thage oaf 1717. and thme surrender of
3W3Ses~5eWIliam Howe's L)~ru *am
* an the ,Bat le of, dvine;
eAaes nd,tbe asrrentcap
ofard Lee; Sir William How.'
5EbDdepia, and the Batti. of tier
Donop's iovemest tm Furt
the EssofLte Mes,, at Uen
irWilliame Move's AdvaLee agsaif
est 4Rtana tu l'b .elhl; Wath
~~7~ter a ters at Valley aoge ir
I Beca'S1I,said bar Weary UMntm'
et cmmaid;Sir Ueary Cbime.%.
laof fhiladepala, and tsaa Batle et
tArestof ee.Chasles Iae; Gem
ait Charlestown b to.: Camps
and Gzen. LIncoln'a uumto of ouams
~,M .Memkries dfrugn t.Gunr:
'Ges. restd,byPI'es at the Savanam;
-J.ek Deaor Io bou-h Van-hgma;S*t
a.d Co-g.out; frs.ck Flo,t sr
*O ~tem3at u'frtauag; S81gw. of asnenab;
frLttnt sails tor ib b.mth; bings alA
h1 a,msten; G'..,. cbate- syapalates to the
ofthe inntbern Depaset;.Battle
; e ~. of Baron do Kaft.; Cornwal
Nmntl* 'Osash of Col. NBbbof a -
i,au1gede by.Geaa. GrNeeUa ware and
~mad added to the Seethern De-artment;
Co.Lewith ida L.ezion ord gout to the
Wuhlgto. uaga.admity to tiates; Battle of
- Dtentb of (jen. Davuzsour, Battl.eto
mJ '.eaort-klouse; Ogarb or Vol. Webster;
Asnelda March to l(.mo.ad; P'I lip' March
toh3%esburg; Laayte em the J.aes hlver;
Lun J.. arao; Battle of llvbkask's Sills;
herlt'arrEaton; ?bir atQulmby Bridge;
Ad!mettar. of Sergesat champe: Corawial .ia a
vmnessponaVrgiana; Death of Gzen. PI'llas;
Imehyatse's lest; 103ape of the Arembly and
(Geesna: Battle of breen Spriseg; Eceintios: of
Cal Man;8satle of the KEts; Kteat Mar
lbs 'apriteandeat of Fi'asee; Z'atioesa
Osak ieblsbed; Basttle between the. Frea.eh
- an i* leets: ~naskuiagton puheS scat,:
3ir N. listeUmoe Cu lth.leetcUt; Cornwais
lisigd at Yorktwn; Des h ot Col. Seam
atl;barremderoet Cornwallia: (banks of Corn
4;rptionof the Cherokees; Capture of
A grg;Treauson In Gireene'. Camp;
aenated by Britieb, ad tue
Chu et eacatd a eace tesldtor the
'Eb hiarorical value and interest of this
iem e wy make It a'wo k which will
be pawa-e by all perw-oas vab bnhy book.
at ap. while irs thoruf correction and re,~
vieln b Ge. R . ,andthe a'ddlito
ofhMstesn biography. prepared by him from
private and personnI uate:rials never before
adpeculiar Interest. ThIec b ss
tbe n tooknow psahsed, even les part,
foe. (n Lee's .peo,. gives It an interest
pesgessed by nao other work
Among the new maerieals litroduced in
, are npur:a ts nr- from
ed~mift, Governor Endsg,auf nUb.
ers. ~er to Washbi gtco. Madison, Go".
ernor Reed, Gena. Wayne, and o-hers; and a
meet lnasmaisg series of letsers to his eldest
3dm, Charles Carter Lee, in which his advice
and Instruo'ton In regard to hi,. son's studies.
reading, and general conduct, are fully
The Work Is handsomely printed and
bound; theg Steel Engravins and Lie
pbedMapsareenhraved lin the most ar
styl;an noezpe.ne nor care have been
inispreparation to make It worthy
of S fject and its an thor.
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GEO I(UGE T. Vice-President.
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Annual Income, 1,000,000.
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-CALDWELL&BRENIZER, Gen'l Agents
North and South Carolina. Office First
National Bank building, Charlotte, N. C.
Ex. Gov. Vance, Charlotte, N. C.
Gen. Jno. A. Young, " "
Gen. Alexander, Columbia, S. 0.
Col. Jas. Gibh , " "
" L. D.- Childs, " "
J. NEWTON FOWLE., Agent,
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BUstNEss. June 9 22 ly.
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BANK
Office on Pratt Street.
Genl. WADE 1-A MPTON. President.
J. B. PALMER, VicePredident.
Thomas E. GREGG, Cashier.
G T. SCOT ?, Assistant Cashier.
fAIR, 5PEP & POPE, Sfeleisl.
JOHN T. PETERSON,
RUEBEN s. CHICK.
nterests on Deposits at the
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
-'Deposits may be made by any minor
raer the age of twelve years,* either with or
rithout a guardlan, and byr married women
n their own adumea. Euhms of $1 and up
ard will be'meceived, trat no Interest shall
e paid on the firactiorist parts of 81. nor on
ny sum yrbee the whole deposit is lees thasn
SI mo'erabefr,.oal part of a month."
Will be ready for Business May 1st.
May 5 13.
T'hordkas B. Moorman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has resumed the practice of thme Law at
this' plaice, and can be fou:md for the present
t the Store of R. Moormian & Co.
Wheeler & Wilson Manufac
Tasenabled to select the tnost perfect
finished Machines, and forward them to
hose who may want, at the manufac
urer's price, free of commis.sions to the
urhaser. Any orders sent through
Silasa Johnstone & Win. F. Nanee, will
eceive prompt attention.
Baker d& Confectioner,
Newberry, S. c.
Respectfully Inform, his many customers
nd the ptblie generally that hia
New Bake Oven
new completed, and by its convenient ar
anemerta he can bake any and everything
n his line at the shortest possible notice,
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
in atifactory and handstome style. Parties
ad Dinners finishedl at shortest notice.
Fresh bread, pies. and cake on hand.
ealsaservsd sa ay-hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Thinkful for pest favors he solleits a con
tinance of the liberal patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 -tf.
T'. P. Forreston,
Jobber and dealer in
ERMAMI, FRENCH, ENGSSAND
osiery, Trimmings and Fancy
Goods, Musical Fnstruments,
Also Fashionable Emporium of Designs for
Stamping, BraMIug A EmbreMery
Costaatly s.had alarge and well
assorted stock of
raids, French Emnbroiderv, Cot
ton and Linen and Silk floss,
1,. 621 lug ST., AILISTO, 8. C
LIFE IN A PILL BOX
Ex:RAORDINaRY EYI CTS FROM
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WI- aa one hundred letters a day as
from patients all over the inhabitabl
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me a hearty one."
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that was chronic,"
*I gave half one of your Pills to my btbb
for cholera morbus. The dear young thin1
got well in a day.
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Are most universal In their efects, and a
cure can be almost guaranteed.
Each Box contains twelve Pills
one Pll in a Dose.
Andrea all orders,to
JOIN F. BEIRT,
Successor to Daxas, Bangxs & Co..
8 College Place, New York.
C. F. HERBERT a CS.,
Proprietors of the
WHIL'8 PILS All $ALVI
P. 0. Box, 3I>
Jane 1623 tf.
J. N. ROBSON,
lbs.1 I t Atlanttc Whad,
CHiA RL E StIO, S. C.
Having ample means for' advances, a bus
itesa experience of twenty years, -and con.
fining himself strictly to a Comnmission
Business, without operating on his own ac
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cottoo, Flour, Wheat, Corn, &c.
Shipper, of Produce to him may, at their
option, have their consIgnments sold either
in Charleston or New York ; thus having
the advantage of two markets, without ex
Bishop W. N. Wightman, S. C; Col.
Wa. Johnson, Charlotte N. C; Rev. T. 0.
Sommers. Tenn.; lIon. John P. King, Au.
gusta. Ga. ; Messrs. Geo. W. Williams ?
Co., Charleston, S. C.; Messrs. Williams,
Taylor &-Co., New York.
April 28 17 17.
TBE Advertiser. having been restored te
Theakrhin afew weeks, by a very sim.
pie remedy, after having soibred several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread dF-ease, C,asumption-is anxious to
make known to his fellow sufferers, the
means of cure.
Fo all who desire It, he will send a copy
of the prescriptlon used (free of charre),
with the directions fbor preparing and using
the same,.wbich they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc.
The object of the Advertiser in sending thje
Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spe4information which he conceives to be
invaluable; and be hopes every ant er will
try h:s remedy, as It will coat them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the Prescription, will
Ray. EDWARD A. WILSON,
WillIamsburg, Kings Co., N. Y,
B2202 0'~ TOWE.
A gentleman who suffered for years flrom
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay,
and all the effects of youthful indIscretion,
will, for the sake of suffering humanity,
uend nree to an who need it. the reeIpt and
directions ir masking the simple remedy by
which he vas cured. Sufferers wishing to
petit by she Advertiser's experience, can do
ao by addressing, in per&cet confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN
Jbne21y. No.d20edarst.,N. .
Get The Best
Suitable for all Buildings, Dweltings,
Barns, Ghurches, Factories. &c., and for
all climates; equally adapted to Sat or
steep roofs, and can he applied by any or.
TIE READY ROOFIlNG
Ia more durable than tin, and does no:
eost one-half as nmuch. It is cheaper than
shingle., farmore durable, and fire-proof. It
is made of the heaviest fabric ever used for
the puroose, andis put up in rolls ready
for shipment to any part of the world.
Send for- Circular aud Samples, (sent free.)
Wa urso MNUaCTUnra
For repairing all kinds of leaky roofs,
cLinineys, sky-lights, Ac. Thia Rooiing
Cerrent forms a permanent adhesive coat
ing over the whole surface of all roofa,
whether tin, shingle or composition, conm
plately closing up leakages, and being eom
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and hardens, and soon becomes an artificial
Str.Ar or Srosaz covering..
For costing tin and all kinds of metal
and composition roof.. It will not rua,
crack or peal og; hut formu a permnanesis
and perfeet protection, wherever placed.
It-is furnished at half the coat, and posses
se. twice the durability of the common oil
paints used [or saceh purposes.
County rights for sale.
For Circular. and all particulase
RE ADY IOGIN Company.
81 Maideun Lane, . 1.
J.l. In en Sm
The most beautiful Cooking Sti
do all kinds of Cooking with as litt!
stove has. It is very heavy and du
LEADER, 1 keep Constantly onl hai
operate well. -Out of the many S
* The Tin Business is still carriei
The un,dersigned have foermed a partner
ship for he practice of Law 1n the State
Courts and the- United Stateq Genrts, for
the District of~ South Carolina. Office at
Newberry, S. C.
JANES N. BAXTER,
April 7 14 tf. S:LAS JOBNSTONE.
JA M1iS A LL AlN,
Impurner and Dealer in
Tine Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
N.CH) A RESTON,'S. C.
EJAUIensC. Hi., C., ApriI2,186S.
On and afner raeeday. 12th May next the
trains- on this rmad wBil commence running]
so return on am da; to connect with up
and down trains on Genville and Coim
bp Railroad. at Helena; leaving.Laurens at
5 A K.. on Tueeudays, Thwraday's and Sat
ar dy's. and leaving Helens at 1 M., on
SuLth Careiaa I. I. Cmpany,1
GENERAL SUPEBINTENDENT'S OiFICE,
APRIL1 9,~ 18.
O LAN AFTER SUINDAT,11ai
SENGER TRAINS, will be observed:
DAT IAeENGER TRAIN.p
Leaving Columbia at...........7 45 a. m.
Arrivngat Columbiaat. . -......---610p. m.
Arriing i Columbia at............10 p. U.
Leaving Columbaat...............--. .2.2 p. m.
Ihe train now raming between Columhia
and KIngevineo inconne.to with the Through
Nall rain, will be taken of on Sunday, April
H T.fEAKE, t
Greenville & COlumbialR; R.
ON and after SATURDAY. the 6th 1
Instant, aseerTrains will run. daily,
Sndays eepd.connecting with Night a
Trains on 8o0t Carolina and Charlotte and
South Caroilna Balroads, as follow": p
Iave Cuiambiaat,.......... 1.00 a. m.
"Alston at............855 " a
" Neuberry at..........10 35 "
Arveat A bbvlleat..........3 30 p. m.
"at Anderson at........515 "
"at Greenville at........600"
Leave Greenvlle at...........600 a. m. d
"Newberry at..........,..12 p. m- v
Arrive at Columbia at........5.00 "
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will
also run daily, Sundays escopted.
Lev Anen.t.......52p. m.
" Plndeton at..........' e
Aive atWalballat.........800 " .
EaaeWalala at.............400 a.m.
Arrve aAndrson at........640"
E) WITHOUT EXTENE
>ve now in market. Will bake as <
le fuel as any stove in use. It has
rable, and is not so liable to crack
ida large assortmnent of other patt
toye. I have sold,.not one to my k
I on in its various branehes, and all
DR. HK BA1!E
(Successor to E. H. KELLERS & CO.)
Wholesale and Retail
131 MEETIN4G STREET,
)PPOSITE MARKET STREET,
SCharleston, S.. Ca.
nain and Extension lop,
Please examine and test this Stev and
'on will find it all we repr eat is tobe.
F'or Economy in Fuel;
f'or Durability ;
f'or Capacity in. Baking, Boil
ing and Broiling;
f'or Simplicity in Manage
'or Cleanliness in Cooking ;
~or great power of Heat in
Baking and Boiling, with
a very small Consumption
F'or Beauty of Design.
F'or Smoothness of Castings
and Elegance of Finish;
rhe "Cotton Plant"
ST ANDS UNEQUALLED.
ASNR1BR ?AIda eIbia, 8. 0.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of S. C.
ehedule oa lne Ridge R. R.
ON and after Saturday, the ffh instant,
he Trains on-this Road Will run every day,
unday'sa excepted. cinnecting with the
~reenvile and Columbia Railroad at An
Uw TirN.-Leave A nderson 5.20 o'clock
in.; leave Pendleton 6.20) p. in.
DOWN TRaAIN.-Leave WVaihalla, 4 o'clock
. m ; leave Pendleton, 5.40 a. m.
Ur TRAIN.-Arrive at Pendleton, 8.20
in.; arrive at WaIhalla, 8 o'clock p. mn.
Down TRAuIN.-Ar rive at AndersoD, 6.40
W-dting one hour after usual time for
rrlval of the G. a C. train.
An accommodation train will laave Anm.
erson on Mfondays and Fridays:
Uw Tair.-Leave Andersonm at 7.80 a.
i.; leave Pendleton, 8.20.; leave Perry
le, 9.10.; arrive at Walhalla, 10.
DOWN TRAIN.-Arrive at Anderson, 1.50
i.;m. leave Waihalla, ii a. in.; leave
endleton I p. in.
JaeW. H. D. GA ILLARD,
A t W. T. Wright'.
tuick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
many advantages, which no other
as many stoves are. Besides the
rns, all of which are warranted to
nowledge has failed to give entire
work will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
EY. 2.3B. BINLHOUSE-ParwomL.
Miss 1i31rs LuAaa,
Ma. F. Wzasa-rofessor of Music.
CoL S. FAra-ChaIrman Board Trustcee.
Terms per quarter, of 2j months, payable
Primar t,SpeHln ed
Arithmetde, English Grammar and
in Geography,...... ...$5.00
English Grammar, Geography, Arith
metic and History,.. .....7.50
Latin, Greek. French, Logic.BRhetoric,
Physical, Mental and Moral Sci,
enees,....... .. ......10 00
No PupHl will be charged at the same time
with more than one of the preceding rates.
Music, extra-g25 per session of S6e
Boarding, with the Principal and others,
n reasonable terms.
Thorough Instruction afforded in all the
>ranebes of a liberal educadion.
March 10 10 tf.
I am now fullypead to attend to all
work of this kn.entrusted to me. Sur.
veyng in all of Its brancbes attended to with
accuracy and dispatch-at usual prices Or.
de can be left at Mr. J. E. Ptersonsoffice,
or sentto me through the PostofBee at this
place 0. N. G[BARDEAU.
B. Moorman & Co.,
Have just received a new supply of
Bacon, Sugar,' Coffee, Salt,
Syrup, Tobacco, Country
Cured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Which they propose to sell at satisfactory
prices. They receive mew supplies every
week, and invite an examination of their
stock. March 24 12 tt
How Lost, low Restored.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culs
verwell's Celebrated Essy on the radical
ere (without medicine) of Spermatorrhcsa,
or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Seminal
Lsss. Im tec, Mental and Physical Iu%
lnduced by self'indulgence or sexual ex'.
1~in a saled envelope, only six
The eslebrated author, In this admirable
pea e cers ratie that the alarming
consequences of aelause may be radically
ared without tednrosuse of Internal
medicine or teapitonof the knife;
pointing out a :o e creat once simple,
certain, and e&emaIt b)y means of which
ivry suaer, aw.matter what his condition
may be, may case himself cheaply, privately
g" I Jsueshould be In the hands of
very youth and every m..n In the land.
Sent uner seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of six
tents otwo ptstpsAsoDrCu!
Address the Publishers,
CHAs. J. C. KLINE a Co.,
18 3ewI~ery, P.Y.est- Offic Box 406.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
rHE PEO?BIETOBS take pleasure In an.
- ouncing that this elegantly fornished
meiahsient is now open Ar the accom
odadIon of guests. The sable will always
is supplied with every delicacy of the sear
on-both from New York and Charleston
jarkets ass no ets~ will be spared to
ve pu&atIsft **o.S.S., in everyrespect, to
ON, N. moes
LIII INESUANC CBPFHI,.
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - - M,Z.
C ASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL.
LIONS OF DCLLABS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to.Policy Holders, 1867, 32,236"
New Policies issued is 1867,19,406.1
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL No
dividends to stockholders. The entire pro%
ets are returned to the assured, thus causing
Policies to become SELF-SUSTAINING in
thirteen years, or to double in twenty.
Interest received from investments, ;M86
Excess of I TEREST RECEIPTS ALONE
over losses, About S400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages-on Real
Estate, in the City of New York, over SET,
ENTEEN MILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Company in the world.
Its policies are non-forfeitable. Its divi"
dends are the largest.
Applibations for Columbia, and the North.
ern portion of South Carolina, received by
GR EGG, PALMER& CO,
Bawsor N. Joass, Agent at: ewberry.
JAtas McIToss, M. D., Medical Exam
Feb. 10 6 ly.
Purifies the Blood
For Sale by Druggists Everywhus
JOS. W. HARRIlSON,
Paint,Oil,Glass, Sash, Brush,
Varnish, Lamp, and Pe"
troleum Oil Store.
Patent Thief Detecting Mon
Parker's "Furniture Gloss."
62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLS_
''ON, S. C.
Fisk's Metallc Hurial Cas868
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly on
hand a full assoriment of the above' approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coflina
of his own mtake, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Person< dedrlous of having cases sent by
railroaed will have them sent free of charge.
A IHearse is always on hand and will be
fi'rn,ished at the rate of $10 per.day.
Thanmkful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a eg?tinuation
of the samte, and assures the 'jublic that
no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satiifaction.
A. C. Ch APMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in announc
mng to thei4 community that, having -made
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
Sash with and witliout
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct741 tf. Newberr C. H.,8. C.
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Newberry . . 8.C.
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