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Wodnesday, March 16, 18'0.
The Deolino in Gold,
The decline in gold is sail to be hav
lng an i_ffct on all articles used in
the Northern cities to a much greater de
gree than here In the South as yet. if it
ContinU 5, every thing will tu mide down
to ntu bellum n pt Ices, ilnd pethaIps the
good time-linncially-so long looked
for will come. But we hardly look (or
any good time yet-~nor for some yeais,
nor can we believe that this tumlble is
ito c,thnit one of the lncturations conmtton
to trale. Experienced ilnanciern, think
that a reaction will take place, when it
will agnin gn tip. To come now to a ,Ile
Cie basis would we thilnk prove disas.
trous, nit only to the coiimercial but nil
Interests; the country is not yet preptared
Thie best view we have seen on (his
subject we find in the Ccourier, witten
by its (innnciail cditor. The n lo of the
Secretary of the Treasury is to biing Ithe
country back to (lie gohl stantdaid, but
lie thinks Ihere is d:mger in the process.
We append the conclti-ling par:graphs:
Mr. Hout well appents to have forgot
ten that we h:t 'e het" cen s'en anti
eight Itundtred millins of dollars of fns t.
lug debt. 1low resumption is to take
place with such an iiutibus it is dillicult
to explain. Like some of the viitonaries
who write on the subject, lie seems to
t sink that it is possible to elevnte the
value of this large etissiotn of the Gov
erntment to a level w ith gol", inst end of
reducing its anoutt In a gold level.
While e .is placting gol.l on I te tmi ket
nt the rtte of t wo n:iilionSi n ontht he is
purl-hasing Unuitedl States Ftock, to form
a sinking finl, at the rate of four mil
lions i month, thtis iit'dcting with one
hand w hnt he dots itht the other hantd.
lie is ai-arently c"ontracting the cur"ren
ey by selting goli, litt in reality efl.ct
log tn rellctInn, for his piirl;ncs of
stor'k atlis o th e currency more t.han he
withltaws frmnn it.
it has been ileged that pli e :uis the
surplus fttls of the Tresu ry to the
purch}tse of stock atl issues no tlcdition.
al curr':ncY. The qluestiuln is not fn'm
what sotrcc the revenite is er veil by
whit"h he tnais Ills Imhses of stovk,
but O,es he diminish the I.egal 'i'eider
notes so as to br ing them n to a par with
gold. if he iloes not he makes no step
in ntlvaice towards speci. lny ienti. t
lie ean to nthinl in this direction un
til he can"e s tihat pnrt of the liiting
debt u birh is inl exces.. Ile itust reducl
thle pubtlic expcnmlitte to elli"et hli.s oh. t
ject, cancelling the n1:,tc-s as (lithey are pa idl
in (or taxis, :tiu not reissue them f..r
any pturpose: witever, event for the Iur
chase of stack to form a sinking finual.
It is idle to tp'nk of resuinntion until
nuother cot:un en,p t:hits us in po,ition a
to pay our rottiierrial ttbt anL i por 1"I
tion of our pubrlic deb,t. Ourr present
cotton crop will yield its from $2O to
$300,000,000. 'This il, (should we he '
blesseith ani.othier of equa minuitlmle
and vadLe,) proiduce a bailanice of tradte in
Our fav or', andiu direct the currtentI of spte.
cio to our' shiores, providinig iineans tnt
only to linidate outr co(inm iiercial deb t,
but to dlischarige' a portioni of ouri plic
obiliga tionsi. T1hen the pice oif gldu wVill
decline through a prto'ess ofl naturali
causes, anmd not by the (h. t. If GovernI
iment or the Namitinal Legilatt i .
Tlhik is the v'ery approriai:te title of n
book jut brmotught to ourii at ten tn. It
is w.re b~cty the llev. A. 11. K-:aile, a dis.
tiniguishedi Ii reivalist preafchier, naid writ
Len too with po0wer mand' pathosi, anid
in such a ion pe, ye' t earniest nloh henityi
stylLe, that it (i!icmemi it sell to (lie in
teLI:i;enee ofh all. It presenits; soiie of tie
mtost sitirting it va~d ihnile lessonls and
glean ing frot t hmIle not hir's ownm lrge
expLiiee, atiul its n is t4) give' a ihlp..
ing hand to all. W\e hieat iy cominic
the tiook us one e'ilculated to do muctth
MrIt. Jihn iILiteket ((if Newheiry,amil but
latecly fiomi the. Lhiiver.it y at (Grieeinville,
ini an initerisimai oif his studies, us dLe
v't inig his itten:tionl--nd4 w isely toLl- to
thec sale il' this L xcellet t>ook. W em ish%
1him albtuilant suess5,,and( commeni'td htim
hecartily to our citizens,on whom it is his
initenmtioti to enll.
We Knaow all About Thoem.
'The New York NL ws says: Thie South
(':aolinn lppers piut lthemsel ves to thie
(ttnnem(s:iiy troubtle to) assure (tho Northi
hiit Whuittemnoe, the disgraced carpet
bngger, is ini no senuse a repiesentativo of
the people of the Stato. liis status, andt
that of all thte adventurers Iivring on ne-i
gro cr'edul-ity ini thte South, arne well tin
dertnlod nthetit North. Nobody w'..i a
level bead supptIOos that Whittemoro 'ia
the lawhul sucecessor' of (CaIhoun, or' that
the Reid of Jeffersoni anhtnntes thle breast
of Porter. Event lte Northern radicals
despise thie enrpet-bggers. Thtey are
us~efuI to eniry out radical schiemos of
(tppi'.rsion and phitder; but youw heavy
radhical leatder would no0 sooner htavo a
carpet-hagger at his table tan ho would
htave Senaitor Revels.
No Discount on this.
Thme Ghristiant Neighbor says: K(now.
itng that the Reputbican adminiistrationu
was the onlyj governmeint we hand in (te
State, we have been,'from thie beginning,
disposetd to give It a fair chtance to shlow
Its ability.~ This much good faith re
AnEiredk it out' hope is greatly abused.
Weo aroeililng to except "s6ne, 11 ritj1f 'If
amore thorboighly corrupt set of menot
thatn thoegIogislature wvere over hauled to
o!rrtuhany ei!yg I,ben .nearly sall ion,
Ot4ilo, nh .truthfuitones Ins8ide~ ar.
%ntd fah~ t witnesases. Theo subject Is too
I -ti drop ,
nta i Ay~~u otnn,' paid the
ndothl fior calfinga neighibor a
The Press Conferenoo.
A nnniber of tho papers or ibIs State
have agreed as to theimportar co of hold
ing a press conkrcnco. The time fixed
for It-is tho 1th inst., to day, and of
-courso there will be a representation.
We advocated a convention of the people
ts the proper coutrso.
It is announced that It is held for the
purpose of consultation and conference,
and not for making or unking any par
ty ilntf.,rm. So fatr so good ; if it h:r
the e1luet of bringing abut a unaninr.ity
of feeling and sentiment, that tnuch good
will be accomplished, and we sincerely
hope that it may.
We wvill not be able to attend : 'le
anecdote related of the busy liddy who
could not answer the i ing of the street
door bell, been use " there is no one in the
house but mec,elf, and I'mn in tho yar d,''
we give as rea son
D)emocratic and Republican comnmit
tees in Convention igreeing, the fol
lowiing Iicket wias proposed and electel,
att a municip,al election held in ldgefield
on Monday last : intendant-I). L. Tur
nier; Wardens-''. W. a'nrwile, i). R.
I)urisoe, L-twrence Uain, and llaris
The Union Tim ies says, Charles iarrar,
residing netn llount 'Tahior, in this ('oun
ty, had the misfl tule to have hi- kitch
en and all it3 contents consumed by
Tho i.urcnsvillo H[erald of (he 4th
says that Samuel I). Armstrong, convie
ted of man-slaughter, was sentenced to
two years harl 1abo,r in the penitenti iry.
Last Novebier he killed S'anuel I).
Ohvens in a light, both parties us. iI g pi.,.
The !erahl notices the attenllnnee of
lawyers from other Counties. Messrs.
East 1of (ireen:ville, liaxter of Newberry,
1(cGoanni of Abbet ile, and lBubo of
.ludg". 1-erm)n has worked well andi
11-is disposed of It henvy Sessions, 1)oekel,
ld all with iunch patience am1 suavi.
At an elect%in for town oflicer"s beltt
t I,'Ilrens t'. II., thie folloing were
lected to servo the ensniug year :
intendlnnt-i1. '. 1l1all ; Wardens-.
i. i toter, I R. Richardson, A. W.
ruse, W1. I'. IHeard.
Itlderi.k (iist, n aged colored )an
ins turdered in ilhdni Co., on the 2titht
Ilt., by Iuob Woo:rul, another c'roled
The 4parla hurg f;azette records the
etlh of Mr. Illhanl mills, of that dis.
riel, a 111ost estimtable youing mn. IIv
as kiled by tis huI se r;r ing andci fall.
,g bactk on himl.IITV)\.1.4 il 1' 11t) tei ,% '
les:rs. .\Ieetz, (an)ghnm1 & Ca., wer "
e.royed by fire last wteek. lhail.lin.s
mtl good total less. Cause ince:.d;a.
Tile (hiL rd School hilding in (;Ieen.
ille, narrowly escaped burning, on the
.\ whlite, manl tired into1 a group~ of
teentville on5 'IlTesday latst. Onte was
everely' wvound)e,l. It is not known i I
1F)rty stills havei' btetn udestroyed in
he counttie' of GreeC4n viite and1 Pickents
ythe R:venue A\ssessor', assisted by
C ff.nAn MarchiI I. --het State Medt'
cal'l tllnveton,1 which convene here1111
-e:1 stea,i t: a,lj. rre t to meeti4lsc.l jl
etedOt forl the e:ouling ye.isr: 1)r. Il.
infIc, 5secit od, n lr .Wan":lf Iv, thi0idc
nter'estttin andtt insstutivo ipI a 4re1
1ibtltitte.I Iby l Irs. 111bn by, Ff'air, K' inlocht,
'iehlr 11n.1 t giibe's. Newbetrr' wals
eprlted~l by lc*) rs. d1. W. Sp'e:IIll,r
itd l. C. (Carliih-. Al) eleganit u.p
Isecosuo Tax. --A moIvem)ent IS on) foot
il thle total abolhitIion of thle incomett('If ta,
mfd is lhkely to be~ succest'sl.l 'The Wt avs'
uist Mteans Conunilittee htavint diecied 'to
-tedulIl illtern141d taxation th ir ty mt)il ion
afllarslf 1 it ilil bet propolt(sed to ablol ish the
Ltincome tax , wieb dsltoes not yiel til
mllillsins. Ilv sntelh ai cnes) a thtiis Ci
gress will be abl te to rieh thte desireid
e4i withot huing annloye:d by attempiitedl
le'gishltionl lookitng to a redntt ionh ofl taix
attiont fit spcOial initests rathier thanIl f
generaLl 11n1 like tile inlcomte tax .--Wash.
Te'legram to the llahtimsore Sunl.
Qutoth tile 1etuctttky dark'.ie, ( ully
l)ay. I )e I)ebbni's to ay
fort 1LIt.. H.lutter.
1t.esignied, but not calml-G oladarV.
Original Cons.-"'Oani mtebes of'Con.'
gress be bough t lik e sheep ?"' liebrew
answr-Ytaa- very seheap'.
The firstL letter with tho frank of a
neyro( was5 dropped in the Unp.itol Post
Of(lke a1t Washlingtonl, by Senator lieveis,
0on Saltur3day, Letters prny h-New York
(Goj,uy;:t, March 12, 1870.
Circnse:', Minstrolg, Concrts, andl ev.
cry possible kind of show,-' are ll the
go at p)resenlt. The Tremiane lBros.
visited thte city 0on Monday evo:ing ;
U. (G. Grady's old-fashk,ned Circus la.
rived 01) Thursday, and is drailng 11n
mone crowds, especially of the "darker
race." Tlrignioli is expected hlere soon).
Thle nluinbor of stuldenta in the Uni
versity is abo'ut eighty'. T1hey are very
studlious, taken as a whole..'
The dry'goods llnarktet is filsed, atnd
-iThe Medical Associatout w'hich has
beeon In session for the at two os- three
.dnys, adjeurned yoegrday.
The oing municipal election Is on
citing general interest.
The stamnpod6 to! sel gold cotnnued
choorigat every deol1ho. Many busi
nena firrmn~ ATn,w York -haen mcunauul
'Some very btrange andt somne very sad (th hsf!
are happening tIow-a-days, kind reneer; in
deed, as has bccu saki "everyting is hap
pening;" permissive t spechal p:ovidlne
are at work, and ien arc wavering in their
faith. tulse nudef'cet aren't dote away with,
thlo'. Its only thit the t'rii1mtl, mental,
moral, physical, toetlal 11141 donestic forces
tre at iaui'ful v,riance,ii at war of attik aunld
defence striving for sntpreltery ; or mauhtp
it; Just E)ecatise it is li age ol' steam tutelee.
trieity. iil teverything is itI at rush; or hait
we tue a.iatiting Ilti:,lt to ltiC'eas4c wisdtin,
anit till: a:p :ti.. vtie,It-:gtvaiatir y, skelet u
like; t11i 1tran;:II it We see listuu;it, f.imily
IdUifrence', Inu,i:u;vr 111ln:uonislils, uilrt:u,
and di "iitgr.mtiun : and rehesiastetid liihty.
tund gover-ttne.ntalt Illeat trailiionls and1 prin
ciples t'1u )itte'1 to fihl erleili; nnd acered(I
itedl tcie-nee ayp;arently comttled bly newy
the1vrie'; a ti ile andl space behing niu)rvx
imall y:nMihiiatil,ntnd themnightylilrci"suf
the iirtl til h'Ivsie-l tvorlls in a thrtoc of
1tlympaitI;hy, "chlist right 1tt wrong, truth
wind error ar"e prep:ain g ats It wterefourthet"ery
conile;t of' Arlntagedhlln. Bunt sl:an(l firmli
and harve Ifaitht hll l;ul, tl in huanity),anud
"Ii Ihll,'f he trite." T1her'u's at heap of gto:l
It h ntia lit ' l- tve Itaith in it.uldtt ite tite t lel,
ait l there'll ie a sweet it "lIex. l:cuen irt "
that m;l 's inhiitium:itiy to 1 :1 11in ktsclnulit
lte;c millic:ts.nournl; hnlt ebarily to others
ml:tkes Iithe rn avt: hearted 11nd4 viliinolls. IC
there was mlore bu1111r:at1y inl the w O "r, there
tutight be le,s nee I ir jttt:ec, pri ,aalt
a.I lItus; noul l'ewetr is:iithro,es.anul stituved
h(.u 14. hunt thenI, wt"ht,. h.ttvt experienice?
Ali iiterali,it-i l. ii hli llink ltehitter
iratuht of .\ i lt irl, th It ca1i pre.;.-It the.suth
itg hb:tliee tio the 1ntu,,1ithng. It' only ite
c"ru.hed violet th.at 3 irli: mt all of, its frat
F r.utee. YeII re:,l,"r, Ohw 'le, per i lilt St:llid
inl the sha:tw, the briilher yotr light;
the tmo,r exquiiiAely pitlrafi I3otur' exierit:ne,
the sweeter ie ex t lprei"l1 juices wtruIng trot
your" hb'arl; the d.tirkor yotr night, theluighl
er a urlir uiturm . l'hen d!nt wte:ty in ttell
tloing;; ,lull't desert yotr1 color;; hbnld gance
fully tot the i tot , antl titl till diespe
r.In.lum ats your tuottto, throw Isile the ha)
Per lespair, tinl withIt short sworts step to
Ihe frout aand light your sonl's eni'ny, even
though 1yon crush itrought inueh of your
manhuntl. Then will you iise above self, aad
ever 'ep slome little twig or leaflet or hul,
sweet anfti 'reh in tmutiry's gatlen. Atil
nevter, never tiry Ithat you te hatne Ie lie
iamle to be:ir; iat yo11 a1ne aire linde,l
iby, the pitliles, ragit stuitm ; h:tt yott
n!tte la%le clet the silit aiir will, the mli
nielht ("! y it' your hearl's dilsre<s; that yon
;1i1tte tre at poor w:tn-lierr Italil dtesertel
wit,lt'; that yo'u nonte are at poor wialf upon1
ti' waste of lie's w.ters-at wreek, here't of'
riali. er, t.nlpass, thart, an star. No Not
so. liately up. The worn ring is the bright
ring. li:t'iton le:tIs to r<ut and tintlh.
I )ther-; have gonte harthut weelitig. .\tti they
hatve returned with la sweet te'raitn--anl hap
py haiviest hiomse. Others h:ive waited in
the twilight sh:ilow?, lor ihn reltrini o
loved o'ic< hatt never : , IC ;,' ., o:tvc;
cce"n ilhe pale b o.1itat.1 -mt pieeiontt fibht
uert the A1r1 river: obter; have irthild Iare
weell h'"i'le lhee; 1)nd1 Seen1 th1gre:1(tern111 thle
Ie-ser leb1t' their 'ihnmeslit' s.ne"lu:tlrv ex
ialtih il; ntl l the liIv'tters of its nur" ty
nu :t;hen1, :ntd its ros'':Ia, muellow j" yons,
1-5; 'whelnle'1 bt-neth the sh;:ulows Ill'silene
si death. .\n1i others have bern 1"ohhedl in
ul'ancy oi'everethinlt, 11n1' forned ndl'il't its
i>r. ktn witnlerets. A nid still others have
ndi the leehet'tons t(ngite of sianer tunetntl
tpu titn. hltl wh:t matter it. lie
'n11 alitpon yolr hearltlanti tementher
I.1i uit: 1h e no gil't I'or] li'e. antd w etit en
'roatebhel ulnn,(i eel that 'to err . hituman, but
t tirgiv"e divine." Y'ou will then.ltand ner
he e:urly" galtl, wh"lere to lahor, t'nh11re and
rail, is Ila wt; Ih.r, too, is worship, 11nt1
eminbher" that )othins is troulesomte) tht1
; d~ane eheerlltlly ; to1ol al'ter Jil,. the philo;o
1iher'1 sltot' is io to be 1''ti d by the gr" ',
ns, perihtet wa'oke'r;: or. it other .hrds,
he philiuoiher FtIa: is in ih"erful, entit
Slit'f ell~rt. eueruelt uelinn ndu tllh(hi t re
a, ltleal inr an,l dnle. To Il i t hs relit'
I illy !l" t niI i uti itlt ' he n!Set';ikh, 1 lI I
it-l iht Stte l ht' tinh ' 1yp of ut g ils, tint
e:tlii'ul ::t1'1 trne': i)1:1t he auntvel by the
e1i it:';')ir:tina'u n l i t't1 tis otl of .ov a, Ir
trn bt Iti t under-t'Nt, u i a I'ietwicki a
:ne, l mr tuntto to nni.it li,. or" the
a)- i, itit t li"-" it ! " i 1 t o nl the
r, li thilaitriml of an tri htitlg humantly;
.ill, il' Iaf e l .1aId r )app rti tit!h nll th'it k
Will, :1111 h:nalltil'ul a nd tr ie in the realms
i' thul t ia it l a tlion. At t i't that has "mctha
Ity r,t anl aUntnlit0 Cor. none," a1 ife that
owe; to love iumutmily, that wot ldt bllusht to
xprel I've or ewar1tl'fulr Its poor gquota of
i11 ite t" :ItIt 11fi t lie tt lti t lhiatne
toi ma. tt'nih luitt, nint isag onentawithits
lii'; at ul.atnhe h.narroigte to its e lIPal
'lidom,rai n ul iir n it' po ,i willhti g aeveni'i
u'imhtlit u t oteit ownihi it'c it' tine sput
itmf a hai htypines 'at Iitita hinws' thtiItatwith
tianttthi toi aproth tgrat pene*ili'' i''asatntia,
iebett theil!, puret hit ihet of knowe.tige
lowta'i atrom tan-ihnnsts ta -:mdth Iiitere'
'unit tt n huuand uhes etlliei af attotls.
latim aet h 't t nis of g v'tte be'inie -;tt deaa
iiit tC riii n wlle ut'pien,' andau he1 att wtheamedt
eat a sienll ha ti it' i the t.:'htf pinc s n1
,atita:it'. taoi t i lrin to enr'th's I ternai
'tt ~hea Iis thm'iinetll' tol rememberii
hiIa '.s t s net aaf hniln: t,mitt atltais to l i for iln
pingilat stoto, utitit dt Itb o thut'at'e
ilt'sy' tutu .\t' ' th'ahe ron ly i wleutnoai
tsi-tita in. a.keep i the tto wicis engrltaven 10
t'i'iih lve p:ittiene coiurageh(il, ethnance,'s ut
tat.ilit. it.tl enett s , l.teisten unc e" Tht
hioel iniie arerougza d ttas theu't t'es
t'unltt. hgre:tti. aTh'aat thy s pauj lig. noth
ri a, on kt ,,ti'sterta t i ve s;dIu aIt whi i'lt
I e n htil patul o !wmi care s ttn.:thto the
ihinnrltit tth,i-lto tt-he worbi, neiaithr
Astoh' tie "hen: 1 ie topsee mll hin tvhe hi.mel
itat a' f. tlo l t nIt n t pll er, ti im hatI'h,it'l
m'ita" ' be ith i' ng."' etalmt) attl lk
hr, that t' goevil" ts a e o d p'he th-il ercrrts
iin, it mhl t, y i i'ini ' intl pesen: it slar
ttait n;s i nt :o' I' t--mtu toi titta ouri:l'y intia,
"ilthe. t tt! . 1 pl tesa trlle y 'o r .'i'u t untw
tinnri til needit ', ath to' Sttr und0I spit
an very thing~ or11 ite" tod tevot' teo pungent
andu 'n t th terilSi'ls t of l 'ia: ralt e
h!til l' ragnnt tIsmtth.roh tieiu hohea
tiae hrot' in'a teiluhue; :tndro are th endt
n'e!p s it' ishe. The13 o ' iatelerls asi
ihtion ii te tother quiken the puthles,ltc
ktoei shallip ra een aitrt to ta,e'l ehtims
hlnmit II'it,i nn d 'il pait cherully frtomt thei '
lunehiro tio t sh:dwi ith y oria ai Cii
ihave eit ue. tCn le i. santyit htr hemi
prt hes as o avohl ext ruiarsonts al I Itha
and -nithe yroscped to i shiperos
In rm:y comtep t tain t noe tt,or,lt nt
Irefoets tof lw paif stcversityorudely demI.<S
en trncil'est Inecnter ami po~inted
illoby ohn haen p:ay :ront "unnin;, Swh;t
'otoo uln of qinltIe in. odfrnilnsect
it .v Iothi nly a thewm:tinssh oee
ever tleirs of.rotnt u:m'eln,hiteon ynud
solver 'abt:ret" q hugsho is. whon mover
nitme. i)ieve sy saoodar tig. abn
athe wti an: the dil,and to thpore whu t
tAy o m art myiese a lahav pick
andy th6ht -ufeel thei ofryin pIsIs.on
borI nder'11 preesraIn ,) nd m loiea
botte f ooi wne nicparkl wad eifervsct
and hnrat the emk oteing, pto,ipntesa
thi tl fme,t ytol or ny the mhan or wo-.sp
man eitht f at e aotils nndt tows beide
geIt ue, wiOth truly.omlbr, acoatn
OUR EXOIIANGE ,I8Ti4.
'Iho Ist rr pplement to iluce's Unabridged
Specimen "Book of 1809, gives some really
beautittil styles of Type.
'Tho Calogrtm, for October, Npvomber aUd
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ture, News and Typography. E. S. ililey,
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'ie Lncaster L-Mger coies to us this
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Iiiged Form. We are glad to see this sign
of prosperity, and wish the publishers abun
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numt. The larch niiiber of tIis paper is
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Trii Cri-srit t Iwottrt we are pleased
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tihai before the the. 1'e wish it an Its en
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number of this clegant magazino is among
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is juit the 1hing and it should be in the
hands or every 0110.
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pertains to Ilo'res, Cattle, Sheep, Swine,
amd 1'oult'y. And for variety of informn
tion relating to live stock of every kind, it
li is no suliperior anywhere. We wish all
oue siubserihers to send for a specimen.
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Wool's Iionlchoiil Mlagazine, published by
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This is a most excellent maglazino; knowl..
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arong their eurrent litorature. Send for a
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sua's i.etter, the ingraving.t, Music and the
attractive l'rize List In this March number
The A pril number of eimorest's Month
lv Magazine, just received, is, if possible,
:,, .iabl th,ain any of its predecesSr0"
.-fine en;;ra ings, bieautiful spring fashions,
elntertaining; readiin.t muattter, etc., ele.
IU'inor"est's is a decidled and unapproacha
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mi11l sileniii lngraving, worth $10, as a
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l4oli uru":s Yu'rNo Au:aricA.-Y-Yonn1
A.icaiea nill find in their favorite periodi
e:u lor .\pril ia line displav of' novelties ni,
enrertaining stories, which aro quito up to
ils lisaal sian bid of beauty nud exeellenee.
The April itnbt'r contains a fine clroino
suppllueilt of the luh-o link. worth the
wht lt cost of the muagazine. Yearly $1.50,
with a beautiful premiui, andi a Chr'omo
stpltt'nment in each number. Address W.
.hinuin;gs iiiimoresi, 838 Jlroad wtay, New
Mr. Luow'en has been icquIitted of iu.
>roper conduct in the bestowal of a naval
'I he Committce on 1'Ft'eign Relations un
iiinionuly reportedi a Bill mtaking it penll
4ari'h r Ve'ssels to any .,n1Iopean
wWeri fori' the urp >se of subdluinj Am,i
Abbott in tioduced a bill, adjui.tino
elaims of S.tthern loyalisic. by thr""a
Counmisioners. Claims to be liquidated
in land set ip at a dollar a.d a quarter
K ellogg initr'oduced a hill in aid orf
doinion in cer tin States lin forty acre
I racts for' hiomuesteads.' forl the colore.d
race. Refe'rreud to the Comiiinttee oni
Mr ~. Hin:ghami's aOlneidment (housei) to
thec Georgia ilu elrn httebl
halntvacnte anyi of the ofilees no'wi
tilled in the Stal.e, either' 1by electionl or
aplpoiiintent, andit shall not1 exitend the
ofli:i-d temwin of any olicer' of' the Staite
b yondi the te'r'n limited by the ('on'
sti tu)htin therecof, dareting from tho ele
lion or pinjjO itmxenit or such oilic.er, nor
to defin'vo lie pelO1,se of (Geergi~a of tha
it under' heir tConstituiion11, to elect
S iauirs :uidl' Representartives of the
Stateu in 18'70, eith er san the daly niamied
in the (Constitution or' sitch otheri dauy as
the presenat Ile-gisla1tu rc may d 'sigi'nte
byi h:iv was adoplllted by mu vole of' Iii. t
7!. Tlhe bill wasi theni passed -nyes 125;
'T'he I 'resni .t has u-irtned tl'I j-iabgility
1b11, and tel'-ap hled the fact to the~
isi 01 ilovo of Mi inifp3i, ais imlpoitantl Ili
oriaiin lte Stao Le1~sgis1ltnr'e wh!ich
W *t ir';''c', Marc'lh 10.--The Renhl.
lienni Se'inatoi's ennen'ussed tl an ho'ureer
thie Ge'orgia loll. lsin ghram'ui ' ami-i
iie'it. was,1 the topie. No v'ote was
rea:ched'i. Tlhue ennen',s seemedi abiout
egnaiolly iid ued, and i i'unes f'urthleirae
iionl is tiaken' ini enniaes, the bill, as i
I )emoouratIic Senaltrs, 'n ill ceri' iainly p'a
Mloi'ton, lDaike, 'ThnverC' andI ('Emer'onl
sp'k agraist Trniitahull, i' iiimtno ~ l' er
ry iidtthershl.i, 51pokel agi. inst inI fr.a' of
liinughamal's I amemnlimen-tt.
'T'he ('anenus wans so equtally divided
that buoth part1ies were aifraidl to call as
vote oni limnghanm's amenid menit to tIhe
Ge'o'gia ball. A mloi to ad'ji)in toli
to-lmrw wias defeat"d, as was alr-o the
motion to :aljunitn to this elvenling; but
th motion1 111 ti) adhjoinn5 sino dlie, was car.
riedg. .\ ehone poii of the Sennte shora'i
ten miajortity fori liinghamin's amei'inmnt,
an ui n iuless anot hear en nens ixs he l, tIll
adoptlioni of the bill as it came fromi the
II ousne is tegairded cer'tnin.
ha Pll~h Mall Giaziette snys thaI thecre
really seemsii goodu r'enson to bltieve thaI
soune advenaturonis imnposter trrumsformfed
hiaaseli 'f y ite aid of' a tailor', Iinto all
Orientail pr-elate, gaitied adissioni intle
the meumnical C'ouncil, and( istenced
foir some (hays to the de&batets with 1a
silecc which paesed for Episcopal gravi.
ty. 'The inltruder' is now enlarginlg hais
enxper'ience by becoming the i'unate of a
hRomniu prisoni. A fter all, therec is nmothing
very'3 extraor'dinlary in tho fact. It haai
b'een moire than paralleled in our himess by3
Captain Burton at Mecca, and M. Yamon
bery at 1l0khlara, timd In ahess degree ii
is hnlitaited by thoso unsivited gtnest:
who, according to Sir R. Mayne, are I<
lie found at most fashionable partiem
durinlg theo London season. The pseudo
prelate Is said to have been the cerres
pondent of an American neowspap~er.
DON'-r Siis rr.-'The Newy York Star
too, has bean arounid inquiring, blut I
can't disco ver that godIs brngg owr
the prices of any of tho necessaries e
life. It says:
I"What has butter to say about thh
Ifall ? hlow are calicoes and silks effect
ad ? Whbere l.a the landlord who puta4
down lis rents because gold went uip
llow about coal, wood, gas, flour, cheos,
andI theatre tickata? Wo tall to detec
any difl'ereneo any.where. * *Le'
see it, feel it, have it."
nyi ningtoa .
I)r. Aziel Lewis, of Baltimore, shot
his son in a drunken fit.
Vast flelds of ice are reported floating
Southward earlier than usual.
James Robinson, the circus rider, died
suddenly, at (incinnatti, recently, from
hemorrhage of the lungs.
A few pieces of horse-radisht root placed
among pickles prevents from gathering
on scum the top of the vinegar.
Meningctis has got into Grorgin. Sov
eral deaths ar reported at Macon and
other places in the interior.
The Presbyterians of the United States
nre said to have more missionaries in
Ghina than any other denomination.
The "w-oman's rights" woman made
a speech in ltaleigh Monday night, but
there were no ladies present, and the
whole affhir was a complete failure.
Engineers were in Charlotte last week
survevingexperimental routes for the Air
ij,;o iailroad, from Atlanta, Ga., to the
The Warrenton Gazet"to says the
present col snap, it is tho4ght, will
seriously injure tho fruit crop in that
Advices from Now IIampshiro show
that the RLpnhlicans have carried the
State and Legislature. Chandler doubt
Its, comes to the Senate.
The Selectmtcn of a Connecticut town
advertise a reward of $25 fur.the return
of a stolen hearse, "with the body of the
New York city is getting out of spirits'
One hundred and three buildings lately
occupied by liquor dealers and manufac
turers are now to let.
According to a recent estimate, every
fifth man above the age of 21, who has
lie-I in Connecticut during the past forty
years, was intenperate.
lienry Ileimerlo, oflludson,New York'
committed suicide the other day on the
eve of his wedding, leaving a note saying :
"I don't want to make that girl unhappy."
Whittemore is now called by a Re.
puhliean paper "a long bearded, full
belliedl, nar-row-headed, smooth-tongued
carpet-bagger." This is indeed personal.
Tite Cambridge (Mass.) school teachers
have voted, 4(1 to 8, in favor of eon
tinning (logging in the schools. Flogging,
therefore, is to he added to the Massa
chussetts list of great moral ideas.
The "small sewing machino" which
some rascal in New York sends to those
people who respond to his advertisement
by enclosing him $1, is a shoemaker's
awl, worth about 15 cents.
The editor of the Western (Missouri)
Landmark asks his readers to excuse the
looks of the p aper, as he is in bed from
the efTects of a fight with a delinquent
The lovernor of Virginia in his mno.
sage shows th State debt to be $45,872,
pn; thinks it can be reduced by sell.
ing ont State's interest in railroads,
which will bring in over ten millions.
The local editor ofa Columbus (Miss.)
paper, having recently got married, a
'ontemporary says: "May his father-in
law die rich, and ensble poor Steven to
retire from the printing business and amt
up a cake shop at a( railroa d tktiotl,"
A sea serpent has been found at a
depth of one hundred and eighty feet be
low the surface by miners, in Sullivan
Co., [uJiana. It wan in n potrifled
corditi'on. Kin to tht Carditl Giant.
Josh Billings suggests that 'Any busi
ness lirm that hasn't got sand enough in
its craw to expendl a fuw dlollar-s in
making its businiess known to 3,000 or
-1,000 people, onght tu pick up and go
The 1a4t sensational story about Na
poleon is that he die'!, five months ago,
under the kniife of Surgeon Ricor-d, and
is per-sonated by a relative wvho bears a
striking resemblance to hinm. The story
is not cr-edited, though it remaIns urcon'.
it is b,eli-cd that the murder of the
mndian babies anti old cripples by Sheri
dlam's, '"twenty miles a r-ay'' bummners, on
tihe plnins, will have the ell'ect of kicking
np the worst Indian wvar this summer- on
recordi. 'The Sionx are already getting
readly to lift hair-.
'lbree neLgroes were dangerously
w~onndedcu at thme foinndry 3-ardc of Mr.
II :rt, in WIhnington, last week, by thne
explosion o f an oldi shell! wh ichi had Ilaimn
on the hchcl iinar Fort Anderscion, sinlce
lie war,. 'lThey weire in the net oh
breaing it when tho explosion occur
Tie18 sn -rmi: Orrs. -Mississippi
has bee'n ad mittied into the Uni,ion uniderm
Ite stone restmiietions as thmose imposedi on
Virmgiia . II iram hievels, her n' iniaton
Sena:tor-, is in qiniet piossessionm of his
M1issinippi h'm:ig now in, who remnain s
''ni. On()ly Temxas an mft -orgia. We en
jinying sueh igh t, life~ and' liberity on t he
boIsomii of ou r t .ub,r Muo'thier, feel sin.
cere-st pity for- ithose wretchetd on trasts
To thie Teachers of Benefleiaries during the
Year Conmmoneing 0n. 31, 1807, and Ending
Oct.. 31, 1868,
lBy a joint !tesohution of the Senate
and liouse of Rteprsenmtativets, thie time
has hbeen extended for- services render-ed
by- Tenchears, to renier in their accounts,
utitiil the 1st of May, 1870.
Tlenchlers will send in their accounts to
me n ith na little delay as posisible, and
such origin'! accounts or claims should
1at. Whien the term or echool comn
2d!. When the samo closed or endedl.
3d. The name of each benefltiary or
4th. Tihie actual ntumber- of clays at
tendlance of chci of thie aforesaid schol
Such accounts abould be sworn to andl
subscribed by the Teacher renidering th<
service, and sent to me for examinatoi
and approval. Whjen this lias been at.
tendled to in due time, the Teachers mnay
~ ~O~dd ehool Conimissioner.
Iwudsay to all Interested In thn
Free Schools, that on the 16th Inst., ti
first meetilng of the Board of Educatlo:
Itakes plae at, Columnbla, and that afto:
thist meetig I will attend at Newberr1
on Sale-day In April, andt on Tuesda1
and WVednesday, to give such informntiot
as may beocdesltdas to the Free Schools
A n exhiliating and healthful bevernge I
)r. Tutmmt's (Golden Eagle hItters. lim.
[7 The value of a district paper depends
in a groat degree upon the tomplotoness of
Its LOOAL NEWS, aud we beg our friends to
forward for publication any and all items
coming under their observation.
1AlAzoTI Fi.our.-Thore interested will
send orders for above as directed in adver
tisoeent, to thich attention is called.
FnUIT.-It is feared that the recent severe
frosts have seriously Injured fintit. We hopo
that the damage Is not so great however, as
some think. Another loss of the fruit crop
Would be snd indeed.
GOoD ADvIC.-"I amt the great Amer"
can traveller," said Ianiel Pratt, us he en
tered, uninvited, a certain newspaper oeilco.
"Well, travel," was the sententious and only
response of thoeditor. Stick a pin here.
:'r.itouS Noriva.-W' are requested to
state th: on next Sabbath, (D. V.), the ltev.
It. A. Mickle will preach at Felem in the
morning, and at tihe lodist Church in
i vs ilMan ir ?-Of course we did, and
we are on the way to his store now, to buy
soe of those cheap goods, of which the
prices have been brought down by the de
cline in gold. Mr. Foot is determined to
ride on the first boat.
CouT.-Judgo Vernon roached hero on
Wednosday last by Laurons re.il, and ofilci
ally announced that we would have no Court
until next May.
The holding of Court at that time will re
suIt in serious Inconventence and loss to
FINE VARiETY.-Mr. L. R. Marshall will
accopt our thanks for a samplo packet of the
various kinds of crackers hehas justreceived.
rho manufacture of crackers has certainly
been brought to a degree of perfection we
little dreamed of. We pronounce them
good, good enough for anybody, and advise
everybody to go and buy some.
CAVALuY.-A detachment of cavalry pass
ed through our town on Wednesday last.
Tho same we suppose which had bon doing
the Government some service in destroying
still houses in the upper counties.
''ie opinion expressed by some colored
rolks was that they had come hero to inves
tigate the cause of Reynold's show not be
Ing allowed to exhibit.
Co-i: BaCK.-We do not wish to startle
ite town's nerves, or kick up a bobbery in
domestic circles, but duty compels us to an
nounce, let the consequences be as they
may, that Capt. sinc has conic back, and
that in a few days lie will make a ravishing
display. Oh ye wives, imothers and sweet
hearts, prepare, prepare, for the grand open
ing, and oh ye husbands, if ye hive no cash
at coimmtand, horrow imniediately, or-there
will be no end of tears. What a time there
will be, to be sure.
TuIt NEWS PROM DELOW, (no farther
down than Columbia however), is that the
war between Clailin and Stewart has brought
down the price of Calicoes and other articles
of indispensable need, and that the Messrs.
Kinard of that city are now selling goods at
Ante Bellum prices. Think of it good peo
ple, goods at old time prices, as we used to
get them before the war. Surely the good
time is Comling. Tit DImrs, i. irp wel.
known in the up-country, and enjoy the con
fidence of the people, but this announce
mont will place them in the front rank of
To WLu.. m.ionta. - i'ho fast sailing clippet
ship Cash, Capt. Wicker, makes regulai
weekly trIps to llaltimtore. lBy this line thu
citizens of Nowherry are kept In constan
supply of many indispensibie articles neecdet
In his remote region. 'Too muach praisecan
not be accorded Capt. Wicker, the comnman
der of thIs elegant and quIck sailing craft
for the energy displayed by him in establish
lng direct comnmunication 'with this favorit
city, and briniging to our very doors the no
cessaries am luxuries needed. lie hans givei
the very appropriate name of "ihtaltimor
Corner," to hisi depo t of supplies, where thi
largest andl best var-iety of goods ever exhtit
ited hero, in the linos of choice falmily gro
ceries, confectionarics, fruits, &c., nre no01
to be hind.
MR WVtsEMAN.-Th'Ie l'hotograpiIc galler,
of thiis gentleman rev eals the faet that lie I
doing a large anid pirofitiable business, andh I
receiving a j ust mneed of appreciation fron
our citizens, and It is gratifying to us no les
titan to himself to know thit his efforts t<
please are so v'ery sutccessfuli. Mr. Wisemta
has made Norvberry his homea, and lie is no
working to seenre a transient notoriety and a
present bnshiess; lie has striven tfrom the be
ginning to make himself per'manenitly neccep
taib!c, and we are pleased to say thant he ha
suceeed. Ilis pictures give general an'
hearty satisfaction, wh ile his quit, unassums
ing manner hais won himia a deserved p)opn
D)ysp'pties should uisc Dr. Ttutt's (Goldel
Eagle liitters.- im.
1 'o i:rnv.-.\ lhotise 1,uniartinie said: -
"'l'oetry is ithe miorinig dre-amls ol grea
anundis, torcshaidown g thle futuare re-al itie
of lite ; ii evokes the plan itasmisof alil thiiinag
baefore the tingis themciselvies a ppear ;it i
I le prueide to thiought and the prcurisor 0
iaedon. Ovrirlowitng int elh-ets, like ('isar
( ikcaro, 11rnins, Soloni, anil PlaIto, beaigin b:9
uanaguiiation and poetry-thae exuherancea n
mtenital v'igor- in heroes, statesmien, phiilo<o
luhers, atnd orators. Sadh is his lu0ilIah
otnce at least itn life, has not been a poet.'
Sad, sad indeed, anad yet all men Canln(1
be poets, for somie have noe motoe in
sie ini their sonlia it pettiy or'gan grindi
er. We thitik the gods thiat the girt of poe
83' is ours--at certabia mnomients ;--that inspi
ration seizes as, the lit is eta now, anid w,'
soar, and sear, anad sear-, fromt out the roar
andl roar', and roar, of life's troubles, alit
though in sordid mleasure we are poor, st
poor, so roor, In thoso brief, happy ilter
vala we ask no more, no more, no maort
Oh, saisfyinig thioutght!i
D)r. Tutt's Golden Eagle Ilitters Is the bes
tonic ever invcnted. 1w.
'SwlETIrr SmNoNG.-On Sunday after
Inoons, when the weather Is pleasant, lh
Ihaptist Sabhath School, Superintendent
teachers and pupIls, meet together in thegal
herv of their Chulrch, and elustering aroen
their fine okt organ, sing most swooetly. -
Tfhis is intended as tactie to perfect theu
for their regular morning services. It wa
our privilege to sIt for an hour last Sabbati
andl listen delightedly to their many songa
and wie are pleased to say that they have at
quliredl, under the guidance and instruction
,of Mr. J. 11. Carwile, a degree of proione
in vocal attaInment idghly creditable
them. Woe regard singing, good singing, 11
one of the chiefest essentials of Sabbat
School exercises, and one that should reeih
the getscaeand attention. We coi
gratuhate the membership of the Chare1
pthat though deprIved so often and so ion
from mInisterIal aId and gylidale, th<
have net grown cold or careless of 'the blIg
Interests devolved upon them, riot the lea
of whlch is theIr Sabbath i3ceho
5 Tlhe Golden Engho hitters enlivens. wiht1
out being nb,nmedX byde.re.-.,. lt.
i'ug 'aiMAINe linos .-rhouu entertain
mncuts given by those artists were decidedly,
the best that this town have been favored
with in a tong time. It was not our fortune
to attend the first evening, and we regret it,
for the treat afforded the second went so far
beyond our expoctation, although wohad &oon
such favorable notices made of their versatile
talent 11nd musleal abilities by the press,
that wo felt that a loss had been sustained.
It is scldomn that the public are grected withl
such harmony and power and- depth in sing
ing, and the orgai alone tinder the skillful.
touch of Mr. Tremaluo was cloquent in the
extreme, and an ontertainment in itself.
'T'hat the Burdett Combinalion Orgnn used by
these gentlemen, is superior toanything of the
kind we have ever heard, both as regards the
power and quality of tonmo is beyond disptite,
and all who had the pleasure of listening to the
sweet music performed on it by Mr. Tres
nmine, have spoken of it in the highest terms
of praise. That it is suificient in all its
manifold good points to meet the require,
1ments oranly andi every church in this sec
tion of the country, we are fully satisfld,
and it is a source of regret that some one of
our chumrches (lid not secure. We slcerely
hope and trust thnt if these gentlemen at
some futuro day, should again visit us, their
novel mode of supplying instrumenmts will
be nppreciated, and their generous offer ac
Mr. Pearson is a stnr of magnitude, in bur
lesque and comitlitiea, and such a singer as
an audience could listen to with delight for
hours. Ills Lord Lovell,. a most sor-ror
ror-ror-fal ditty, was received with a storm
of applauso, as in fact were all his renditions,
not the least of which was his "Werry Pe
koollar." We would like to notice them
all. '1'te concluding verses of the very sorm
rowful ditty, which after showing that love
hath power even to kill, proves that even in
death it will prevail, are as follows:
Lady Nancy was buried in St. Paul's Church
Lord Lovell was burled right by her,
When out of her bosom there grew a red
And out of his back-bone a briar.
They grow, and they grew, to the Church
Until they could grow no higher,
When they entwined in a true lovers knot,
For all true lovers to admire, riar, riar,
For all true lovers to admire.
The ditty is old as the hills, but as sang by
Mr. Pearson it seemed new. Take the en
tertninment altogether it was of the most
If you want a good appetite, take Dr. Tutt's
Golden Eagle liitters. 1m.
MonEr. Cod1POSIT ION.-Dtstn PAR -l am
now being teched to play billynds, which my
tichersays, I lerno with great fasility I it be aIll
the stile now, and the pupils is practisin
with nm-:h energy. we Is wery attentive to
It much more so than we is to our uther
lessuns, but oh I par, yo kent m gIue ho'
I've improved in my onglish ts: we been
here. ly compositions Is the adamirashun of
all, and I have the btlet praie we studios the
French, porleo voos francais, and gem-mi,
nix ver stay, and spanesh, and helirew, aid(
greek and rushin, and intan all to once. We
are htavin such bullce times.
My lecher says that I shah be a grate boy
one of theis days, that my intellex is imu.
monse ani likely to astonish the world. I
thinks lie nows simm. If I can get a cn
gmigement on the pres my ideo is that at ed.
ditur would just sute nto Wen you hear of a
chans just let me kno It my deer par. but I
must leve you now to pracktis on the tal l
'my love to mu'her and all inlkwiren frcmid
1nq oltr rntmle, and all tie futnles, anc ly.
leve me par,
Your deorest sun, JACK.
As we say in french--so longe 1
DliUcate females take iso Golden Eale
L,AoE WonK.-Wymmirig ham 700 wommem
I lioters. -2 t
.af.yette, Ind, h a asix-toot girl, age
Th'ie Woman Qmetion-" Canm you let mm
-have $20 iibis mmc nimig ?"'
Women mire govermied by fashtionm, ant
ciihidreni by women-hence fanasicis.
A St. I,onis wvomian has takemn a S12,004
conmtract bor maucdamlzinmg a street in thma
'Thie young~ womemn of L.cwiston, Minem
hmavem for'mmed a sociemy, pledging utiemseive
3 not to kiss any mman wiho uses toliico.
3 Mirs. Sinuton's advice abiout chmoosig
wIfe is: "A lwnmys look for a girl wvithm goom
Ieethm, for ihn teeth arc n samiple of evera
b)one ini time fair one's boiy."'
Rev. H omrmce C'mookie nowi climns thmt h<i
kovems tliss .lohmnsonm onily "mis a brohecr.'" I
is belieredm to have been on thIs acconuit tha
he took her to time City of IUrolherly Love.
A mmomderni writer gives time followinig cui
utmnerationi of time diutferent .thiings expresset
bmy time female eyo: '"Tho glaire, time snueem
time imvitnmiion, the de'lianicm, lime deii m, tinm
conmsentr, thme ghmco oif love, thei thimh of,rn-ige
thei sparumk 1ing of hope, tihe langumishmemnt mm
soflines-, lime equmint of susicionm, lime lime
Jeamlonmmsy, andm thme lustro 0m p leamnre,"'
I low perfectly satisfactory wams time con
dt tmf timit bra,ve ti!d Pnritan whi vio mrmdc nxi
to thle door of' time bmonse of mime girl of hxi
emoice , na il liaviing desiredh lier tom lie en ilm
omit to him, samidi, withmouti circmlocumtionm
"Jich, l le iuird hathml senit me to immrsm
theemc?" a hen ilhe gimi ansiwemed, wimth egn
prommme<s mmmd udevomutnmess, "Th'e l,ordi
wil bie donel"
If yon mime weak mimd nervotus, use time CGot
dem i.mgie l11:. . 1m.
COTTON MANtUED wlTu PimiIx GlIrANr
iiA% mrooji THEi DuloUTIl nKmTTrEn TmlAi
Th le effect (ml200 lbs. of Phornix Gumano pe
acre imp to time tlime otf droumth was good.
nm saitistied thamt with time right seamson I
wuill innke hxmnd prto-luce dioule whammt it wvonl
wvithouixt it. WmAhere I mpplilemd it may croli
is doubilie ais good its where there is nione
ndmu mthe cotmonm, where It Is mpplic'., hmas stoox
thme droumthmbotter lhman itatm'where thero' is at
Guanimo. .hOiIN C IIROIWN.
(lhester, Co., S. C., Augmmst 20, 1860.
lair. 16, 1l-it.
''07" Win. II. Beornard, P'ropriefor of 1
Nmmr Adlvermtising Agency, W lhinlglon, N. C
is aumtoized to eceivo advertsements fo
this papmier am omir lowest caish rates."
ffAra It. N(mTm c.-T'io parmties imn wnni
of limotor, 8mSmmhes mind ililindis, iwe reler t1
Lime adretitisemenmt.of P'. iP. 'fum. , tIme larig
rumnnfacturecr of t hose goodsm i hrestomn
Prmien list 1mnrtmished onm mmpplmiciatiomm.
. Cheap Realing.
"WVe havey immdo airrangemments wvith thi
pmroprieor of time CAnto,mmA FAmtMmsn, a first
clamss, eighmtspage Agricumltura'l Weekily, pn1b
lixihed mit Wlminmgton, N. 'C., to elamb thu
joumrnnmi wimlh time 1 IRxArLn, mit .- 25 por yea
foir time two, to aili new suibscribersi to tim
l"Famenr. Speetmeni copies of thie Cmarolinm
Falrmer m'iy ba seen at this ofice."
I .s&-'HISTORICA L AREI MIUCI
- tess exceptionable tha,~n fictitionsa rreirtr
sentatlions of chamracter or opinoons. 'Th
trite narrative of faclts of a tangibleo natutro am
certain te operate upon feeling. Whmat mut
be the result when all t mhnktna peopid nt
satisfied of thme merits of' time "Old Carxolinm
Wineoman's Crystsihized Worm Candy I
onily twenty-five cents a box ?
Ix i0r-T'O ALL OUT OF EM
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.lbe realized by energetic and Intoelligont metv
In securig at once an Agency for lime 11cc
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Si1)lit TI0N.-41r 'Cnt'.b Liver '13 r
Yl'Utiti, ' VitGll''ACll,.:. ind are nd,)e toa
young and old, nttile and fematlo, nd ted be
taken at all tlimos, Without restralnt oroc.
patlon, without ehanmp of living, -ih the
fear of takin ol 'tltin noil lhtds or
eaINther and h all eMERCU lnats; TIl:y CoX.
Mar. 10, 11-2t
"v'T11 Sl? 111SON AN D ITS
DANGERS.--The 1um in body is ehliely
Coinposed of tissu1es ald fires ns Qensitive
to every change in the condition of tlie
otmtospiheren s the mtost deliente clectrone.
tor, or tho qiuicksilver in a baromtetter
Thievstomnnehi, the skin, the nerves, the
iunga and the e.xereorv or
pecially liable to bIn niketedt by thes.
vurintions, anti lhe b'St defleo against
thhi' lsstrontt temdeney ii to keep tho
digestive im tehwierv, n1,ieh feeds and nour
Ist irs. tihe whole sste, i good working
If the Stomnneht is weak or disordered
ne'tlier the blood nor the idle can be in a
healthy state, nd ipmn the litness of these
two important liuitis for the ofices issigned
to them by nLiii', and the regularity of
their flow, health in it great neasuto de.
When the air is heavily laden witi chil.
img vapors, as it, often is ut this seasotn of
the yeCar, the digest ion 41honh; be an object
of peculiar" cae Q. If it is wek and Inngud
the whole phyi'al structure will be tter.
vited. II' it is vrgorous, the entire organi.
zaliton % ill be strong to resist the ttoward
andl deinessing inluenco of a damp and
vitiated ait niosphecre. A pure and powerful
tonie is therefore especially needed as n
safegn nd ignilist (lie diseuses iost common
in the sprin g, ant Ilostetter's $tomiach Bit.
ltrs being the most wholesome and potent
mnedi'ine of the class at present known, a
course of It is pnttieilarly advisable at thIs
period of the ) ear. Tie stomach will there.
by be toned and st rentheinet, the liver ;1
and bowels regnlated, the nervous system -
braced up, and ntu liutt i i atate of ac.
tive defence ngainst the minsina which
superinduees intermittent and remnitlent
fevers, rheunnti.=m, nerv:e debility, hend
ache, hytpoehotlrit and other coiplaints
which are at to assail the inntoned and un.
forti"iti or' aniznlions. The body is
s'rengthentd nit hout exeiling tie brain,
and vonseqiently no unpleasant reaction
follows its reviving and renovating opera
AMari. ^, 9 -Im
We ask attention to this Unrivalled
The l'iiin Kiler Is, by tniverstil consent,
allowed to htive wet for Itself a reputation
$nuriiassed 'i ile history of medicinal prep
aralton.t Its instantaneous effect in the en
tire er:.dicallon nuil extinction of Pain, in all
its various formts incidental to the human
fatnity and the unsolicited written and vor
hal testimnony ot' the masses in Its favor,
have been, and ire, its own best advertise
For evidence in favor of tho PIain Killer
for Ministers' bore 'liroat or Bronchitis,
rond the following:
(;uNT8.-'he Paltin Killer has been a con
stant occunnt of our honse for over two
year.', and at portion of the tine it has been
the only mediciie under our roof. Hardly
ever do I have my chihtren com.lain of be
ing sick, without having, them atsk In the
same sentence for iain Killer.
For several years before I became acquain
ted with ti lain Killer, I had suffered a
great deal frio an utfecilon in my throat,
thought by son: p'iysiciasi to he Bronchltis
by others to be tlit is en4led Ministoe
bore T''l'hroit. At one tinit It wts so soevere
that I wns obliged to give up prcechling.
W ittint a few inthiits alfter I had become
equtaiti 1 with tht Pail Killer, I haid an
other attaek fron tiat distressing coin uhit.
I tried niy new-f'uuid medicine, aud, to my
astonifshment and delight, it prudneeduc a wont
derutilly soothing t.'let. Ini a short timo I
Wits wholly rel;ved. 'liie iltat tim1 I have
hnd a nltumber 01i tcks of hes itina tur,
(nd tu 1'ttin Killer ha s always affoiied ;us'
relief. A utl t oi earsine, my wt'if bh
came1 ihjct4'' 'tot11 liter ifetrin tom witheut
mri-nu: oi re-l:. s n tulo- Mu-., ePi
Msirohieb wl u I.[oniisi ;,. Mi,:-on ,o
Ci*hv o lenwtosymr,a
Seonid wie g ear nyeeod ofw it, nmi around
htia dlne, i'in iie of' the ('ini Kiyr bo
thEisinat'it,writt luetr laii commenati'O0of'
f l'erry; I c,iv i ulnah:1410 Sneicne will1 he o
,I anyserc, you are ai t il0it'ry 10pt tt i tit SC
EDsGn \prli t'.\1 i. gr watonna,('l 41 Minn.,fo
3uissi onr of1he) . i11 hil Hl~come1ut Missio So
whtl(1ic ii 1heworingol1 meni 14Iof they lOay oe
Ab!il tomv wIIixo y.s 11em,Or th o abovo named
coitsy has4541 belI11 f oredy for tbrose ofl
capiiuhalln ill he0 nesyt put' W wito sueco
cerfu toperat1ion 114 lttdl uiteh'ineIsho, for
the .iaise ofl'( putting into shn'po al rw ma-rs
('te stiessitte, tha al4 ho i llo , mayt hall
orki' to o an hajhecmunt myb
supied with the necessargiest 1481ill. of theoa
lo hereb m.uitkleIt Anown tat thi Coanyec
will comme:ie doperado'nl nhoupitilthe 10t our
Api llerons who dlese, tomaesgood
investe-n1 ol1' eier mony 11u'or e , wi
si hi'i t he- QltIi phic04' WeIl illtt tomene
operion lin the11i1 Town of'I Newberry, non
olyi 111treet,1(s near tDpt.y Wb itt IrstI
munnfllactur :t sueiorui,0ti l orders WrE,o
forte whoeIiale i my reta10 trticwital
se ior C (10K Tlt.I'F., it alCt.,blog
Courthi deparytmen,. And as we enn erec
p rp-r buib 0lit &c. we-l ill ontin ol,o
oo 11very depar:mentdo repest' ted by otur
uOui t)h a.iroina 8(l;nnifacunglo Copba,
1s. m., :il an Comp:1eny Sl s gurntopoe, d, a
herebtyestien 8oic at no conl,iutrneti mndreeouby
lAyois hinding Ton -Ctsothe Colti la nc
iri*n f.m 1'n,; or anyIVIi member ('hereof,
ony he ass-8; ofii the C'loma, uthiI lawn -
4diidualtl rsosil - allores rc.e
S itlEN isYl. &c-LeA6w Yors't, C. oft. pr
?.l.or , 1011;S0t. ,0a10
I 1)idTllOIStOL QU AS IS.
Caorrec teeky1. C.;..- KAFA,Bo
henoIfdbr. o.':5. &cd trot
hako'~ae f'S U.1, 181or0~ .-..4
-lti ofraSrtarrrs -.(th, Carolinn,l old E
M; Carlnc U, s tock, exa qr~ olt - a...;
Stat n 0;Cukso Iand .a B n,0 ..Car
let W Columbina n0 --ko ,ala to.- htaw
Cunmd c)nl lltt, ko80;oueenlfe.nod olutobia
l' er mort.,r' Bnk- o, intav. gunrantee 6 a -
l'sntarstk n8' d'o. taot guarantee.,. 68
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