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Be of Good Cheer, Pil,rimI
Pilgriut;is thy jout i.r,:ar ?
.\re its ligtts e.*tine: forever?
Still euppress that iis:ng tear;
God forsakes the righteous, never.
Storms may gather o'er thy path,
All the ties of life may sevmr;
Still, amid the:fearful scath,
(od forsakes the righteous, never.
Pain may rack thy wasting form,
We Atl -desert thy cotih forever
Faith. still burns in deathless flame,
God forsakes the righteous, never.
DEATrr or a BRtIDE.-The Louisville
Commercial of the 28th says: A gen
tlentan Wo came down from Lexington
by enirg train yesterday informs
us tn't,ju.t before starting he heard that
a dispatch had been received by ft iends
of lon. James B. Beck, announcing the
death, from typhoid fever, of his eldest
dauFter, recently married to Mr. Cur
coran, sen- of the well-known Washing
ton banker of that name. Our informant
was not sure of the place of her death,
but thought she was at the time some
where iq,New-. York. If the report is
true, the uncertainty of human life and
the insecurity of human happiness could
hardly be more strikingly exemplitied.
Mrs..Corcoran, then Miss Maggie Beck,
w as, daring last winter, one of the
reigaing belles of Washington. The na
tional reputation of her fither gave her,
on her first appearance in that society,
a high standing, which was maintained
and increased by her own beauty and at
tracttveness. Hardly a mouth ago she
enteed upon a wedded life, which prom
ised a long career of happiness. N>w
she is smitten down. Her father and
family will have the earnest sympathy of
a wide circle of friends.
DIsrCaBANcES IN THE tP-COC-TRY.-A
great hub-bub has ben raised in the Leg.
islature about the disturbances in the up
country. So far as Laurens is concerned,
the people, both white and b!ack, were
never more quiet, and we sincerely be
lieve will remain so, so long as those
persons who have been the cause of all
the difficulty which has occurred in this
countyistay away from this place. There
was an election held in this place, on
Tuesday last, for town officers. The
waite and the black voted together and
for the same ticket, and the utmost har
mnony and good feeling prevailed, and we
conscientiously believe if the two people
were let alone to work out their own
destiny, that the former good feeling
between them will speedily be restored.
Those whose interest it is to create
hosfility between the two races for per
sot-a-political purposes are responsible
for all the difficulties which have ever
occurred in this County. "Let us have
Looi: -o TII. WtTFsR WErAT.-It i,
rare tofind a field of winter wheat on
whiehUere are not low spots where the
wdirkes-c *he -suface. Much might
have been dore -to -prevent this by "fur.
rowingout" as -soew as the grain was
sown- Now it ro'st be done with the
,hoe and spade. Sotne wheat may he
Oestroyed by the operation, but not one-I
tenth .of whnt will be "winter-killed" if!
ther water is allowed to remain on the
Let not a moment be lost in attending
to) this matter. it is by no means a
substitute for underdranting, hut it is far
better than nothing. If the land is low
c-mrencee to dig where there is an out
iet, and make water follow you up into
the land. You will be astonished to find
how much fall there is. even on land that
-is apparently on a dead level. Try it and
you will save wheat enough to buy a
trst-class agricultural library.
A RELIGtot-s AMENDMENT TO TiPE CoN~
.;mrerto.-A very determiined effort is
miaking to secure the embodiment in the
enstitution of the Uniited States of somne
':erbal recognition of God and Chris
tianity. The national as-sociatioin to
f.zrther this object of which Judge Strong,
of the Supretme Court, is president, has
issued a call for a national convention
* which call is signed by many prom
inent persons of all shades of belief
throughout the coutntry. Among them
we notice Bishop Simpson, Methodist
E;piscopal Church ; Bishnp Huntingdon,
of Central New York ; Bishop Eastburn
M:assachusetts; Bishop Mcl!raine, of
mio; Rev. Dr. Mcllvaine. of Newark
-rv. D)r. Miner, of Boston, Presidlent of
';ft's (Universalist) College; Geo- 11
Rtuart, E,q., and Jay Cooke, Esq., onf
* hiladelphia ; Gov. Gecary, Gov. McCharg,
} . e The convention is to meet in New
G>rk on the 13th inst.
STI.L FLKT-rns D)E5-rtrc-rms av FmEr.
--We regret to learn that on the might
e.f the 4th instant, the storehouse of
..essrs. Robertson & Seigler, near Mount
V-rnon Camp Ground, was entirely des
troyed by tire. All cotntenits were like
n isec cousumned. It is strongly suspected
that the store was first robbed and then
>et on fire. The loss of Messrs. Robert.
,: & Seigler is estitnated at about
$2.000J. They were fully insured upon
rt i-r stock of good4, but there was no in
tsurance upon the storehouse.-E-lgeield
DrXoctArric GevExsons---The Demo
*'ats has.e Governors in the folloaing
s:ates: Connecticut, New York, New
..rsey, Delaw-tre, Maryland, West Vi r
::iin, Virgintia, G eorgia. Alabatma, Tenmne
s-e, Kentucky, California, Oregon anid Ne
* vinda. Counting Gratz Brown, in Mi
s-)uri, whotn they elected, they have lif
teen Governors out of thirty-seven.
MORE INcCNIAisM IN St-MTFR-- e
12'arn that on Frid-ty night last, the resi
dlence of Mr. W. F. Rledditng, four tih i-s
rm town, was destroyed by lire. The
f nmily were all in bedl when the fire v:as
discovered, atnd barely escatped with their
lives. None of the fornitttre was saved.
Tows Eu.:ro.-At the electio:t held
on Monda-: !ast the following G;ouncil was
elzcted to~serve this town for the ensuing
-Intendant-D. A. Richar dson.
Wardens--.A. W. Kruse, I. E. Richt.
rd~son, W. F. Beard, W. II. Garrett.
The Fourteenth wonder of the world
is been fountd. It is a tmat re.siding in
Uock county. Alabama, who has
)uZht neither corn nor bacon in thirty
eni years, and who does not owe a
AcciDE-rAL. FinmE.--We regret to learn
:-tt the blacksmith shop of Mr. Ri. E.
-ettys, four miles South-west of town,
was destroyed by fire on Monday night
* Mr. David Vance, a venerable citizen
L-aureus died at his residence on Little
*ver in the lower part of this Dlistrict
:ring last week:.-Laurensv1ie IIerald.
A constable and the father-in-law of a
*'ng tman under arrest kiiled each oth
S T Jaksennort. Arkansac.
B7 virtue of an Fxecution to me direct
ed, I will -ell on the Firat Monday in k b
Two Hundred Acres of Land,
more or less, bounded by lands of David
Halfinere, U. L. Sexse, et al, on waters of
Cannon's Creek. Levied on at the suit of
Johnson, Crews & Co . vs, David P. Buz
Four Hundred and ten
Acres of Land,
more, or lc,s, bounded by lands of William
Cromer, William Ilipp, and others, and on
the day following at the defendant's resi
dence, a I his stock of
PLANTATION TOOLS, HOUSE
HOLD AND KITCHEN
Levied on at the suit of Henry Koon, et al,
vs. George A. Setzler.
Teris of s.de-cash.
THOMAS 31. PAYSINGER, s. n. c.
Jan. 11, 2-4t. f9
S t a t e of South Carolina,
County of Newberry-In
Ebenezer P. Cialmers as Adat'r, &c., of est.
of Jno. C. Chalmers, dee'-l., a Plaintiff, vs.
Emma E. Engburg and John Eagburg her
husband, and others, Defendants.-Com
plaint for Relief.
BY virtue of t' e order in the above ease
to me directed, I will sell on S.le-day in
February next, at Newberry Court House,
all the Real Estate of aIhich the said John
C Chalmers died, seized and possessed, con
460 Acres of Land,
more or less-of which plats will be exlhib
itcd on day of sale-bounded by lands o!
LEtate of Thouas A. W. Chalnrs, El zabeth
Butler, John hIay , Mrs. Ciayell and
Trmrts of Sale-One third for cash; the
balance on a credit of one and two years,
with interest from day of sale, with bond of
purchaser and a mortgage of premises to
secure the same. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and paperc.
TnOS. M. PAYSINGER, s. N. C.
JanI. 11, 2-4t. f 13.50
Daniel E. Sease, Adm'r., vs. Andrew, Slece
lv and wife, et al.-Order.
By order from the Court of Common Pleas
for Newberry County, I will sell at the'late
residence of John Sease, dec'd, in Lexing
ton Count, on the. 4th; dy of February
next, the Real Esta:e of said dee'd., con
552 Acres. more or less,
L%inz on Bear Greek, in Lexinton Coun
t, adjoining lands of Martin Chapin, Bel
to Lever, andI others, which lamd is to be
sold int two tracts, according to the division
made by the legatees, and design.ated as the
home place and the pintey woods place, one
of which cynte.ins 34ti acres and the other
182} acres, more or less5.
Terms of sale-The Costs of these pr< -
eeedings and one third to be paid in eash,
and the balance on a credit of twelve
months, with interest''rom dayv of sale, with
ond and approved sureties, and mortgage
of the premises. The purchaiser may pay all
cash if desired.
TIJoS. M. PAISINGER, s. s. e.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry-In
rhomas M. Lake. Clerk, &c. PI.aintiff vs.
Thnmas Odell and others, DeendantS
Complain: to sell land, &c., &a-.
Pur,'m nt to an order int t'.is ease I wih
sell o:n S::!ed..y in Feb rutry n.-t, ai! tha:
tract of lanzd knoa n as "l-tzedy P'aee"
Two IIundred arnd Si.stv
More or lesr., on Duincant's Greek, in the
Coun:v~ and State aforesaid, b,o'tml by
lads'itof Hoiloway Hli!l. Jo.shu.a I)uncacn,
Jon1 Rl4 anad others.
Termis of Sale, on"-half each, the h;al'nee
on a credit of twe!b-e tonths, with pur
chaser's bot'! and a mtor 'age of premtixes
to .,eenre the saat'. Purchtaser to pay for
st;aps and palperst.
[.nd] TIIoS !. PAYSINGER,
Jan 11 2-St. tl 1,5h. S. N. C.
In Commrtlon I'lea's-Newberry.
Thomar I. Chalmerw, Adlmr., cuma testa
mento anne-xo, Plaintiff, aegainast Thomas
A. Thompson, et al, Defendants.
Bill tr- Sell Land, 'darshail Assets, &c.
Pur'unnt to the order in tis case dlirected
to me, I will sell, on Sale I.tay, in Febru.try
HO0 UE AND LOT,
in the To-.n of Newberry, 'on Main orP:r
treet, bounded by lands of D. M->we'r, S.
M on tgomnery, Assocxia:te Refo rmed CThurch i
and oibers, whereon Mrs. Sal!y Ann Thomp
son resided] at the time of h.:r death, contain
ing two a,cres. more or less.
A P'lat of which will be exhibited on day
TEnMS OF 'A t.-.---ane half C:ia , an'd the
balance on ac credit oif twe!ve months~ wi th
bin of purchtaLer saeuredl by a mortrgage oft
the premis-es. Punrcha:ter to pity for st:,tnps
and' r,ar'ers. T. M. P-A Y:,lNGl;R,S. N. I>.
Jan 10 13 5i0.
Roert. M.detm, vs. Wmt. WVerts and wife-,
and .ideob W~heePler, et a.-l n E;n'ity.
Rv ord--r fromt the' Cnnrt of Gommo,aen
Ph.-es, I will si,!! ii,. the F:rst Mondayv int
Febrary ne:t, t at Newherry Coutrt Ilont-",
tine Houste aIn-I Lt:, b.!longin:g t-> t!n: E
tate of Levi Wheel'-r, itn the 'a i1agre of
Frog Level, and coutyt afor'saidI, frointn
o the- tad or Ma.int St reet, le-4dit.:s th.ro-aeth
sai \'illage to Ne-whearry Couirt hlouse',
bonded by !.ands of Pat~:rick Sullivan and
by lot occupiedc by WhIeeler & M1osley, e
al, the same being the louse and1 Lot con
veved by Robecrt Ma!Tett to L,eii WheeleIr.
rrns of Sale- OIne third cash, the b:l
Ince ont a credit of twe: re mtonth.s w ith!n
terst fromt d::y of sa!l-, the pm;eh:u--r wil
be required to give lond wiithI god sureties
atd a mtortgage oit te premtises to i..cure
the credit poto, a:.d to pay fur p.per
Jan. i1, 2-4t +12
David B. Wicker et. al., vs. Levi Livintg
s:or., et. a.. In thue P'robate Court-Ci
fly order of Jahmes C. Leahy, Probate
Jude, I w ill sell on the first Montday itt Feb
ruary next, all that tract orpatrcel of land itt
Newberry County atnd State aforesauid, eon
More or less, bounded by lar ds of William
Bihop, Hienry Koon, John H1. Graham,
and Derrick, or of the land of Andrew
Termus of Sale Gs-h.
THIoS. 31. PAYSINGER,
THE COTTON STATES
Life insurance Company,
THE businmess of this Company is coniined
by law to Life Insurance alone.
It issues Policies on all the approved inn
One third of the premium on its Policies
will always be given as a loan to all persons
who may dc$ire it, thereby increasing the
atount of In-uraice for a smuller arnmount
of cash, nor w ill interest be required on
these loat.s, only for the first years' loai.
The profits or dividends wil constantly
pay off ltie loans, bence rhe vine of this
plan of Insur:nce to those who have only
+mal! surplus find-.
This credit is given b" one other Compa
ny only, doing busites: l-re.
The scarcity of mouey" in the 1m4mth, it is
believed, absolutely deniands such ain ar
rangementt. The Company of course .c
cepts all ca-h, when the party it%nrmg is
nble or willing to pay it. There is another
feature in the otter.itions of this Company
that the attention of parties seeking Insur
anee is particularly called t: , viz: a surren
tier value. There is but Conpany doing
business here (Carolina Life) besides Cotton
Suites, which gives a strremler value.
When circumstances render it necessart
for one to abandon his policy, it will only
be uecessarv for him to call for is surren
der value, w hicl w ill he, in tost cases, ni.e
ty (t) per cent of all time tmoney he has
paid in, tmakinC; it absolutely impossible for
him to lose an.m' tiin- it any event. This is
Most other Companies give their insurea
a paid up Policy for an equitable portion of
the amont of money paid, in case of sur
renler, but int to be paid unmtil they die.
Is this jm-st?
Prefer the Cotton S:ates Life Insurance
Iecuse its ofilce is in the centre of the
Cotton States, and managed by good finan
ciers and it en well known to its.
Because it gives you a good surrender
value in ease of your withdrawal.
Because it has $5:ittitt guarantee, the
largest ever given to anmy Comi:pany, for the
security of Policv holders.
L'ecamtse it has $15Si,ia ii deposited with
the States of South Carolina and Geor:ia,
for the security of Policy holders, besides
the pr'miumns of twentty-one hundred Poli
Because it gives 911 per cent of all the
profis to its Iolicv hold.'-rs. And
1m.mcause its policies are always good, and
valid, for is im ity definiie parts of the som
insured as there shall have been anual
r Active agents wanted to Canvass
North and Sou:h Garolina. Apply to
LAVAL. & A1NEY,
General Agents for Nortth & South Carolina.
Ollice : Columbia, S. C.
wu. J. L.ttv.'... aI W. AENYY.
J.i. 4, '71, 1-1y.
11R. J. R. THOMPSON,
(Sucecssor to Dr. W . B. McKellar.)
Ottiee over McFall &: Pool's store, on Main
All the old busine-s left utnfinished will he
completed on the terms as before arranged,
and everything done in the best manner and
warranted. The patronage o the public is
Decc. S. 4S-tf.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
. Capital S1,000,000)
T HIS GUA NQ is now so well known in all
tihe Southern States for its remnarkalYe ef
ecc's as an agency for incre:moinig thme pro
due:ts of labor, as nmot to require special re
commen-tdatiomn from ne. Its use for five years
patct ha s ceabhmled its character foir rmeliabl~e
excellence. fTme large fixed esmpital investedi
by thme Co-np-tny inm this trael,-, iitfordsm the
sure.r guiranee of the cotine'l e-xellence
of it., Guiano. JI N 10'mSm'tN.
Sm'htintr A gent, Charleston, S. (.
JINo. S. IEE:!E CU., Genemraol Age-nts,
atimore. Dec 28 3m.
Phosphate of Lime.
F-(l:' COMPO(STING W ITrl C:OrTO N SEED.
This article is tmufactured lby the Pacnific
G;uino Comprany ait Chair!eston,. S. C., uinder
thme Superintendenmce of O>r. St. .lienm Ramvem
nel. When comnmpostedl with an0 equal weight
of Cotton S-emI, it< results h:ive btem-n foundi
fu!ty equral to thme best stanrdm fer:iliizrs.
i:s e-c'onmy mn.tmotrmmiend it to the~ ntm)ice
of p!anmterm generally.
For specific directions for compo<t'ng mind
for supp:mies, anjily to J. N. I0 SO N,
Sellinrg \igent1, Chiarlmeston, S. C.
.ino. S. lREliSE C Ci. Gmen:ieral A gets. B:dl
timoire. Decc 28 3m
.\ LI L pa rtim's indebclted toi tue0 by Miit
m...:':. A em-mitt f. or ini a tny other wa,v:
are- rm.w.it.. d to pny' thme s:mne nt onmce.
1). .\OW EB.
('I'STI( ).\I mndihm pm..nr (d C.\ IF
BOOT a()IS.de warrtt edtm.
Fomr ,.:lm, by I). )W I!
No v. 24, 47-tf'.
MO Tl V W.G.%I4E
Tw /olr pe *nnm
WALKER, EVANS & Cl6SWELL,
D. WYATT A!KEN,
Winter Sahedule Sp'u'tanbnrg and Union
Onm arid after the 24tht instanit, the Pas.
setnger Trainms w ill go( down on mr M (NhA YS,
WEDNXESD)AYS wimi FRIDAYS; leavintg
Spartanhurmrg (Court llmmm-m, at 7.2) A. M.,
andi arriv:ntr at \mVmon 1.':5 P. M.
Retrurning otn TUESI'AYS, TllURlSDAYS
andm SA Tt'11D.\YS, a ill le'ave Alston at 9.5ii
A. M., and arrive at Spart.mumrg am :3.40 IP.
M. TIIoM.\S B. .TETER,
Usto,nt.r.i, S. C. Presimdent.
ll, & \, C, SUFF1EL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AHEAD AS USUAL.
OUR FALL STUCK
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
WE IIAVE EVER OFFERED TO TILE
MEN and BOYS II ATS of ecry descrip
tion, il UN KS, VA LISES, SIIAW LS, RUGS,
DR. SSING GOW NS, &-:.
A superior SHlIRT, never before offered
in this market, made to order without extra
The largest line of French and Enalish
CLOTHS and VESTINGS ever offered. With
additional facilities 'n onr workshop, we
are determined that our Custom Depart
merit shall l,e unsurpassed.
HATS and CLUT,H'ING at wholeaale.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Columbia Clothing House.
Sep. 14, :i7--.
(Under Columbia IHotel,)
COLUMBIA, S. c.,
Has on hand o:ic of tl finest assortments
JEWVELRY, SILVER WAIRE,
W A 'r CII ES
FANCY AIRTI 2LES,
To which he respectfully calls attention.
His stock of
Of every descrip'ion and price, Spectaces
of which he makes a specialty, Guns. 1'i
tol?, C'artridges, Trspoings, Cutlery, Table
and Pocket, is of the fullest and of warrant
Repairing of all kinds done in a neat and
Goods warranted aril prices cheap.
Vijjr,rs to Ctnthii are invited to call
and examine my "tock.
Orders promptly attendel :o.
Sep. 21, 38S-tf (;olunbia, S. C.
JUST received a large assortnment of
WATilES.-Gold rand Silver Ilunting.
Stern Winding, opnen Face, or Swiss, Eng
lish ai A mrerican rnanufa ~ctuire.
CLO('KS.-Frenchi Parlor, of Black Ma
ble', Gilt, I rmnuhil, lRosewiood ai Walnut
SPECTACLES.-Golid, Silver arid Stceel,
of all descriptions; Eve Classes with Gold,
Rbbher anil Tortoise Shell Fri.inn.
THLMBLES.--Gold and Silver of all de
L UIES' .J'rWELRY.-Gobil Rlinrg, plain
ard with settin:gs of all kitnds of precious
stones ; Broocebes, E: r-rinz s, Neck 1.iees,
racelets anil Ar mr!ets, Gobd Cht:stline anrd
aml Leonutir:c (h.rins ; atll varieries of Jii,
Rubbewr, GoldI, Pearil arid mourning Jewel ry
aid Orntarnenite, kc.
GENTrLI'\!ENS8 JEWELHRY.-Vest :aul
(Gnurd Chaiins, Coll.rr and! S!irt linntoui-,
leeve Buittoi--, S,:al l1ing, liro)chesI, Seart
iustird,I pi. 5 t Spons~ atd L;rlh-s.
F I tlK -:.Tal.-, lz.2.srt anti litreak,dtst.
hN\'E\S ~ .--*rt, F?ruit, liutter, Fish,
Pi3,I, G:k.- and Ch.e Kinn,liive,..
lIT E11 EItS.-('hraliees rind Com tnunioni
Sts, Ice I'i;checrs, Ciups, Bine,ls arid tjob
(AST51 ltS.-Silver arid Pl.ited, I riit
Stni-, ('tcalo- ukits, l'iekle St.url', C ol'ee
.\ akers, Creami l'oL-, S.& I .ani liutter l)ishes,
Waiters, &e. WllhLI A'\l GLAZE,
One dioor N'o:thi(i ofna, Wd ilitams & t'o.'s
iki ik ing hloiu-e, .M.iinr street.
Nov. 9, 45--tl.
M. H. BERRY'S
Plauin 1Sfrred, ne'ar Alainh,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NOWt linti.ninil daily rii,-ivin;.: fromun
te n:.umfachntori.s of! New Yorik, hlon,
ment of FllltNlTEl1E ,ver kept ini rii
m aiet,cni-tinag in at iof Wa.lrnit l':tr.
or, (;h:*rnbier .ii! l)iniinutoo-nir Suit; 0
It ds:'unds mof il ferenit pattertns, itt Wrhtlri
ii Imuritation ; lso, thei eclh.ni,tn-r-i
Splitii-hutaa i h ie
.\ll kinds ofl .\llTIESS m:ale toi order.
The, n. peutrinntu of tIheni p nt yea bSe
onfjlind rtho o i- nf fort .ner saru, nanil catb
ltli,e bevomnii anll controer,y, Ihr grneat
meirt ofi this Soiiu (.irnstnhn. t rrib.r.
litrv, dni' rni -h n y uan tilv tneN rded'
h lue a -1 .I n bei r of i,uii pV t.-nhh-t
nt i . iii i, l rnnial s of uniiny o n t int
p l. 0 . , e l b i a d ujo n i n l a e ni . ,ii
i, i I iibzii:- pu' p-tin a. nalie they nadl
I \ 11 ii..i~~u'hl.-~ \ iiiih :\am\N t& C-i.
.iim lt '. -' if. i K~tmim it atti
Th i b-s ml l.hienf llrrmnie lum Wrl n- i
-rii.t .'-\ m I au i'i'. <i> (EFl. Nl FLI(1 I
nuuI l ut1:D,i , li.th lishedinal :lt re: l ts
out fen p: ti, in :mtF.nnin of almo st
evervt <t-n rah!em Flwer-. ( :iriu tenetabfe. It b.
CeleNot pr w ine s tnt liar tind t p.er,ilh'is
red wth ThI AMS ICRmeiret N.o En
(rhvnr:an! Twoo be:aifl .1Crc4 bt I,F
intOctv Flo, Guie ubshd.A .r
Coughs, Colds, &c.
For the Speedy Relief
AND PERMANENT CURE OF
AND ALL IICt-A4.S OF TiE
Lungs, Chest, or Throat!
'lilE E\X'ECTI:ANT is composed exc'n!ve
ly of Herbal and Mucilagiuous products.
Nritiate the Te-v Subs'ance of the LungS,
casuing them to throw iff the acrid matter which
collects in the liroichinl Tuber, anti at the same
time f..rms a sooth it;; coa ting. relieving the irri
tation which pro'duce the cough.
The object to be obtained is to cleanse the or
n of all impurities ; o ttuurish an d -tren:tthen
t when it has become impaired and enfeebled by
disea-e: to renet and inviigorate the circulation
of the bloor. ard strenethen the nervous organi
zation. The EXPECTOI:ANT do.es this to an
astonishing degree. It is active but mild and
congenial, imparting turctional energy and nat
ural strength. It afforr' t Oxygen to v.talizej the
blood, and Nitrogen to as'imilate the matter
It equalizes the "nervous infuentce,''
producir'g quiet atd cminposure.
TO CODASIPTI VE
It is invaluable. vs it immediately relieves the
difficult breathi+;g and harussiing cuugh which
attends that disease.
It is a specific-one dose often relieving the dis
tres"inet choking. und producing calm and pl eas
No mother should ever be without a bottle of the
EXl'E(Tt ANTin thehnoue. Wehave nume
rous certiticntes of its having relieved. almost in
stantly. the little .utflrer, waeu death appeared
MOTHERS BE ADVISED!
Kep ;t on l(and !
This drenl diese requires prompt action; as soon
as the hon,rse. h1l7ow c-ughi i heard, apply the
remedy. :nd it is eaeily -tulduc,i;
BUT DEL.Y IS D.NG1EU US !
-hr- prop:ties of the EXI'E:CToRANT
are demu!crnt. inuti itire. halsanic. soothing, a td
I:ealing. It brace< the i.ervou- ystem and pro
duces pleasant and refreshiug sleep.
iT EXHILIRATES AN D RELIEVES GLOOM
INESS AND DEPRESSION.
Containing all these qialities in a convenient
and concentrated form it has proveu to be t tie
Most Valuable Lung Ba!sam
ever offered to sufferers from I'ulmonary dis
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
Sold by Draggists everywhere.
Nov. 23, 47-6 M.
DRc E. C. JONES,
.NEWBERRY, S. C.
Roomst over Mr. Mower's store, anid in
I take ple.asuzre in in fot tiing my frien ls
rootzzs are' now opz'tn, aznd that I ampre
p:tred 1o e'xct-l' zll w'ork in mty profesioni
int theC motrt apptroved marnt'ter.
:zinw t;uii enzz zgy to trr fl ofe:sion.
TIlE BEST PL.OW IN USE!
Ij3 POSST[I [L~E TO ('IIO(KE.
IN Ill I l'l.)Wm 'Il .l I" hEll'S IAVE
'il'LfEx'rNS .T iE l'RICE 01.' ONE
l'I,t)W~, IOW 4 Ol'iENER .AN)
\\'hz.t 3z1r. St t rinflllow,i' of Chzeste'r. S.
I hunz.hzt thei tir,f 'ilitozr l'ow thi:it camezt
in t!.is .we'tiit, zzzal cznznzt ziw doi without,zz
\\'hzr.i.'lr. -'Ilis, of' ( z'llIzt, (' .. rS;zv:
l'il.l ipr.mz imt ov t any'low I hive ever'
seen't or uted. nzuzl I zi:::m,l it as. mti'- admzin:z
hivs ,'tizptedh to the' t 'itis.zti'za 'f the' s.il mt
tien' toz h o i te i n '' t t- illy, t t'immz he 'z
'lvi'I---. il ii')1: jm ,v iTu ! t ii' '.iz
lii ii i ttve teat spoken mti aot b mterms otft~
"am t\oitor Plowt' . h 'i'm un s he pImil!
met 5 I t ie-lalwsi ic navr
IOAm[.eann otD hc E :A, $.00.he
. .atmo. \' . IIA\'l') l
.t xt doorn'or1,oldenk'r fre'staonran d
C,sn. O lUM-I' S. w
I Sav, \'hamoo, TiUcm on PV..
T-no it w fnor fsidious-.wtr
pre, Ir;-i oTRd. by)!
T. P. BRODIE. IIR. R. HUDGINS. H C. TUDGINS.
BRODIE &, CO.
3erth) Atlantic 1Warf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LTBE1'A:L AD VA JCES TAI)L'
ANI)REW SIONDS. EsQLQu.:,
Pres't bst National Dank.
CHARLEITtN, S. C.
Apr 6. '70-14-ly.
OLD GLP1 B1TTE1IS
A DELIGHTFUL TONIC.
We take great plhasure in offering the
OLD GAROLINA BITTERS
to the public. They are compounded with
great c.re, and e(.n tin sotrre of the best
Tonies in the P1harmaevpia. As evidence
of the superiority of oi;r LITTERS over all
others, w e have certificates frotr mar v of
the ie;aling phvsicians in our State, who have
prescribed them in their prate. The
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Will be found invaluable for
Want of Appetite,
Chilk and Fever, and
We do not ofl-r our BITTERS as a cure
for all diseases, bt as an Aromatic Tonic,
they h.ive no ertplal.
For sale by ltrugaists atd Grocers every
where. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & Ces,
inaporters of Cnoie.e Drug- arol Chemicals,
Feb. I6, 7-1y. Chlarleston, S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
Largest anl mo-t complete
3Manuufactory of Dor)Cr.Sa.,hes,L
. Blinds. 3Ir.u'dinags. &c.. in
tihe Sourthe.rn States. )
PPJNTED PRICE LIST DEFIES C01PETil05N.
27 SE.ND FOR ONE. d-C
2FSENT FREE ON APPLICATION..jE
A pril 6, IS70.- 14-17.
WHIOLES.1LE and RETAIL
131 1E E TIN G ST irET,
(0pposite .\bi rket St..)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ill ni'eessary arr.m.:ements, he waill b.e able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Verv Mloderate Rates !!
For C '
ANDRF.W C. CilAPMAN,
O.t. 7 -1 tf'. \aenber.rry C. IIL, S. '.
l:n.s ll::at! h'r
11 .\1 Tut F:Fl.l:5 OF l.lF'R.\TLlR
('o rala iingi 'relretItiI l, trail) oN Er tHU N int ii aot
thae tinast ;arrtthiar AM *:tre iN :mnuhlNH laRi1N
:1ititoars, inehit t::r .\.l.int.~l 1 ai11ro.t't. Ihr'aati.
ialieebr, lTtnhver, ('T.dpi:t , . 1i '. (':trieh.
('ooer,lleilitner Fvret. I ' r'an. New'
I'araer,'l'h:lla ti ''. v' , nr obrten Rt
araebrt t or tteir .aial itn fitl u:se of ibe tili
airu l it:: : a'ti f'ri t 'i r'a i s tr n entr
men a t o t nehh ble ti . ar x h::s a i' -1I .
ele-:11 ' h.it tle a i r n:I s t ea i ) 11lt at rtar .
:m.a i nv - h i e e-aai n : . f a irt ne td h ath
ia.ie ehttrdi' r anyhr bookiar a'a t''i's Vita -
i.ara \ lend c.m iel t wli ce Ia a : t ra m i'fhi Ta
:aak a aaa' ari :m ah in ihert m aret. Ladiest
( 'alaa g i~i uen, *'a:*iher . :t i'arinien :e tic v n.rt
I fhiaa: a'):i'esa . til : ' l.at: . . aLrM.: or
hopr i p 's ieapt.a .\ny.uttata. tGa.
Newa' i ry. " ('
Piedmront andi A1rlington Life
in I a 1l-are: i h.rf 'aitt ibi n Co)a ny.al)
a airb ha ri-- a n e ano -e t :nna. iZiai:lrn
s In 'af th. - 'l':,Ian!< m tn in :hla "!ata,
rail' i Un1 r re'''::nd, da a ::aZ'. superrir
ia :mv a:br NrthO oir 'a,.r)h. :nTiaa h :is aant,
aw'din a'a'ar,an:m ualnc meo
$1.:inraa.r ra . 2. ' , Ira l'adieir'" ina faorce in
twetiailne St:ate', anda Tert:, ir-. I:- in
* "trw ra.!, dtr.a!h frI' all e:In-e)' andi
re' rra :: the' userlesa retrie:Ucons of mllay
No . 1, .1-tf (a terad .\gent -
On hand and f'r d ae by
. . 14l -t.
Money Cannot Buy It!
FOR SIGIIT IS PRICELESS!!
The Diamond Glasses,
J. I. SPENCER & CO., N. Y.,
Which are now ofi-r d to the public. are pro
nounced by all the erleb,rated .;,ticians
of the Wr:d to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eye ever
They are ground under their own surervision.
from minute Cry-tal Pet.les. melted togetl"r.
and derive their name. "Diamond," ou account
ofthefr hardiness aid bril:ancy.
The Scientitic Principle
On which they are constructed brings the core
or centre of the lens directly in front of the eye.
producing a c:ear and distinct vision. as in the
natural, L.ealthy sight. and preventing all un
pleasant sensations. such as glimmering and
wavering of sight, dizzmness, &c , peculiar to all
others u, use.
They are Mounted in the Finest Manner,
In frames of the best quality. of all materials
used for that purpose.
Their Finish and Durability
CANNOT BE SUtPASSED.
CAVTIOY.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
Jeweler and Optician, is sole agent for
NEWBEZRY, S. C.,
From whom they can only be obtained. These
goods are not supplied to Pedlers, at any price.
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
212 BALTIMORE :T., BALTIMORE,
LARCEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK
In the city of
and LAW, and DENTAL,
An immense supply of
GENERAL BANK and COUNTING-IIO SE
Blank Books made to otder in any style of
The same crreful A:.ention given to
as to PERSONAL PURCHASES.
INSIDE FIGURES ALWAYS!.
Send for Catalogues, &c.
Sept. 28, 39-4m.
If. BISCHOFF. C. w'LERN. J. a. PI: PE
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALERS N
SEGARS, TOBACCO, &C
197 JEast Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Fi8k 8M8IaIi Burial Cas88
Td F"E1 SUBCi IIBER hais 'onstantly' ot
hiand a. ful: i-ort mien:t ofI the~ - ove' approve(
ea.es, of derent pattern:s, b.esi5es otlin
or hia owni make, aill of nie he i,s preparet.'
prom:'p: nce antd de.spatch.
Per.bon . dsirous of ha:ving~ c:'ues se'it b
ral:l will hav'e :hem senit fre'e of cha:irge
Iinn .iheat the rate of $lv per day.
Thankful frp;i--t p: Ironage, the subh
.cierr re'spect:iy aski for a c'on:tiat:o:
noefot ois p.it ni:! hspaired to re::de;
'~''rv . ., A. C. CUIAPE~AN
D IPOR T.A T NO0TIOE
CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS
All Retali Order amounting to SMi
;lnd Qiter le1Ibere"d in any Part
of the (ountry
FREE. of EXRESS CIIIRGES.
HAMLTON EASTER & SONS
OF B 1L.TPIO~RE. MD..
In .'rdter the N*tr t.' mi' the~ uam's .f thed
Retg i1:seama: a d:,taece, hav etab:iehed:
.y m: 1U he of wi prte N sti am
I.1"'I :at ' i\tF.rlc M.\N AM1'rl'RF..cuar
anuteig at all Inme- to .e'; as low, it not at lea
pries. thian any house in the co .ntrv.
itur in our i'ds f'rom the tar;tet ited mos
celebrated mn:ac~turers in the. diIierent part, c
F.urope. and importin;t the .mei. by MteamierS di
rect to it: Itimorie. u:r stOCk~ is atr a'l t imes prompt
1y su,:e with the n.ove:t es of:the Londou at.
.\ w.- loiv and een onyv for cash'. aid makc r.
badl debts. fee are able and willing to sell on
goodis at FRtoM TEN TiO F:Fry.FN P'R CENT
LFrts 1'niper thun if we gave credit.
In ,'ending for tamples i!wcify the k ind ofgooad
desiredi ie kee'p thet be'.t grad1es of every' cia,
ot giods. fromn the lowe,t to the most costlv.
irders ilu;:ccomp ii.iet by the ca,h wv:ll be seit
C. ii 1i.
are. in viteid to inipect the $ tOck In our Jobbin;
and I'ackaoge liep.rtmient. .\ddres
IIAMILri N. F.\TITER &SN.
197. 199. 201 aud 2 : West Italtt,inare' !.t.eet.
ic t. 26. 43 -ly. Italtimiore. 3Id.
TO YOUNG MEN
Ja,t l'ob:h-hecd, in i S'aied Envel.ope. Pr ic<
.\ l.etttre on the Num:re, Treatment ani
l et.Ii Cure of '.j.ermaitorrhoa,i or Seminia
Weakness, lav'.:nntary' Emi--ions, Sexua
Debtiliy. ind Iimpe.iimnents Io 3larrintre gen
eralvr :~ Ner' un-s, Con-nmnption,. Epilepsy
anid Fits: 'Iintal and Phty,ieal I ncapatcity
r,:iltint: front $elf-Abus-e. & c.-B3y ROB3ER'
J. 'ULVE11WEL:L, 31. I)., Author of th<
'Green Blook." & c.
T'he wo.rld-reniowned author, in this Adlmi
rahle Lecture, cleirie prve from his owi
experience tat the aiwful eenecquences o:
Self Abu-e may he effectuanyl removed with
out meic'l&ines, and without dangerous surgi
cal operations, bougies, instruments, rings
or cordi ds, pointing out a mode of cure a
once certaia and eficetual by which every
sufferer, no matter whait his condition mai
be. may cure hiim'elf cheaply. privatelIy, an:
radically. TIIIS LECTURE WILL. ItIl'
A P,O0N TO THOUSANDS AND T110U
Sent under seal, to any addlress, in a plait
sealed eavelcope, on the receipt of six cents
or two postage stamps.'
Also. Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,'
price 2f> cents.
Address the P'ublishers,
CIAS. .C. K LINE & CO..
127 htowerv, New York.
cp. 7, 30.- Pos.-Omee BRx .,rGt
Ayer's Cherry Pectora,
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs.l
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Probably never before in the whole history Of
inedicine, has any thing won so widely and so'
deeply upon the confidence of mankind, as thir
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints
Through a long scrics of years, and among mo
of the races of men it has risen higher and higheS
in their estimation, as ithas become betterknowfbr
Its uniform character and power to cure the vs.
rious affections of the lungs and throat, have
made it known as a reliable protector against -
them. While adapted to milder forms of diseasf
and to young children, it is at the same time the'
most efteetual remedy that can be given for incip
ient consumption, anid the dangerous affection1
of the throat and lungs. As a provision against
sudden attacks of Croup, it should be kept on
hand in every family, and indeed as all are some
times subject to coldls and coughs, all should be
provided with this antidote for them.
Although settled Consumption is thought in
curable, still great numbers of cases where the
disease seemed settled, have been completely
cured, and the patient restored to sound balth.
by the Cherry Pectoral. So complete i- its
mastery over the disorders of the Lungs ad
Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it.
When nothing elre could reach them, under the
Cherry Pectoral they subside and disappesr,
Singers and ?ublic Speakers ina gred
protection from it.
Asthma is always relieved and often whollyr
cured by it.
Bronchitis is generally cured by taklg'the"
Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent doses.
So generally are its virtues known, that we.
necd not publish the certiticates of them bere,or
do more than assure the public that its gaalife5
are fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cur,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &e.
and indeed all the affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miamato
As its name implies, it does Cure, and does no&
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinme, Bis'
ninth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
eubstance whatever, it in nowise injures any pa
tient. The number and importance of its cure'
in the agie districts, are literally beyond account,
aid we believe without a parallel mn the history
of Ague mtedieine. Our pride is gratified th
ackuowledg:ments we receive of the radical
efbrcte"l in obstinate eases, and where other rem
edies had wholly failed.
Unacelinuatel persons, either resident in or
traveiling through miasmatic localities, wili be
protertedl by taking the AGUE CURE daily.
For Lirer Co,np laints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stima
laiing the Liver into healthy activity.
For iliious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
is an excellent remedy, producing many trul
remarkable cures, where other medicines Jaa
Prepared by Dn. J. C. ATER & Co.,. Practica.
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., an41
sold all round the world.
PRICE, $1.00 P.B BOTTLX.
For sale by lOTTE & TARRANT.
D ,-r nG-:, 45a B-It,aanht
Leael &Spa-mn.Nehery .
asIabo (o;Pmpet ., motr
.\'o,r. 2.t, 47t'i-, 4m. ' i, aan
Ch!Barltrelubi .ugusta 1R. R.a
LC.:.lrump a. nc. etemery 1. 8,..
to I' e on his F:rad onel and aC. SNA
r.exo. 26t hrinfomn,tpl:o adr
as sl., GotNGr NoCTie .
Leave.A...st-, a:...............60 .m
C :umbia.tt C ..nii at.........1. u s a . m.
e: haleitel. N. C.... .......ie . 6.2 0. .
T.\l. owtions we :thcrain wof Nort Cin
eli.t "'5d ior:alint ot n at
Lese Cuu-at. N.a.t 3.................0 a.m.
} ' Ch ste . at.C.................. 11.5 p. m..
'- "minn 'bro. a t... ............1.57 p. in..
.. C,:n bi. .r . at ................. .0 p. ms..
.irie rk.\ .:.u s. .. ............. 68.0 p. s..
Maigclo-eciectir. it Trains ofNot Cn
tli:a :r.d to aot.: pv.i; re. for avnnh and
au pint in - "oviG M.ic.ClubsMo
l .:it-. :1:p1aet s: e .1
1*.e M ,ldug c:rion~ awihh Trains o
T .ren 'h Tici:s Jd. and ra;tgage checked to
: prcipal pol:uts.
- I..ci'es by this route G,otYG NouTE,.
hav chc .. T"Ha'w t PPai:YrE RtoTES.
l. '1 t KN 1' lIT. Superinterdent.
F12. tIom.n. Gen. F.eight and Ticket Agt.
Greenilfle & Columbia Railroad.'
GENERAL .sVlPERIINTENflENT'S OFFICF,
coz.rx Bia. M. C.. It-cember. 1. S.
on and after i bursday. December 1. the follow
iig 'chedule will be run daily. Sundays ex
ceted. conw-ectini: with Night Trais.s on Sooth
arolina Roa;d, up andI down. aiso with Tran
ging Soutt: on Charlotte.uoumbiaand Augus
Leave Columbia................ 7.00 a as
-- N..wierry............10.10 a an
C,.ke.Uury..............145 p as
-- elto.' .. . .......... 3.30 p a
.etre C,'enVi:l. ... .. ... .....5.4.5 a m
-- .;0.... .. . . .. .. .. . 23 a m
C..kesbn ry............... 9 06 a in
.-Abbeville................3.00 a it
-- Newh.erry...................1235 p as
S AIston.. .....................10 p as
Arrive Columbia................... 3.4 pma
South CarolIna Railroad Company,
G ENEl ArL StEPT'S OFFICE.. M sv 15. 1870
TIl E followina Schedutle for Passenger Trains
will be observed from this~ date:
DAY PAssENGER TRAIN.
Lavin:t Cltumbia at......... .......7.4 a. ms.
Arriving at Columbia at............ 4.1' p.mi.
Leaving(Columb.ia it............... 7.'p ms.
Arriving at ('olumbia at............600 a. i
-TtaE cAM1,EN TP.AIN-Tttt wEltKLY.
iMonday-. Wedniesda'ys and Saturda)s'.1
A rrive at Coilumbia 11.0 a. m. Leave 1 003 p. as.
Arrive at Kingville in time to connect with
through mail train Mouth .
June 15. 24-tf II. T. P'E A KE, General Sup't.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta 3. 3. C.
C'nnia rea-nrer's Offiee,
Couba .C., December 20, 1870.
The Coupons of this Comp:ny, due on 7st
Janary next, will he paid at the Bank of
Messrs. Sco:t, Son & Co., in this City; a?
otfiee of Messrs. Cohen & Sons, in Augnsta;
at First Natiional Bank, of CharTotte, or a:
National Ci;v B:ink. New York.