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Oar'bal yrnn;t have a partv_
le's jast a year O.d to-day
Under the leafy apple-tree
We4 crown kim wih blossoms g.y ;
The 4io;eits titheranches
And tings by its dear one's nest,
We wiRrgreet"a& the chief musician,
And self-invited guest.
(n,; bet,;i tell Mrs.' Biddy
To come with her little brood;
And call on yor way.for the lacumie
And-sbe kitten under the[wood;
Tie I1tice to the little wagon
We'll play he's a big black horse
To ,* heaniil. dollies;
Thef'ltfraitt L%rriage, of coursc.
H.-re'e a basin of wWter for duckies
Oh, see how they dive and swim!
And oh, look,a the darling baby!
Ire lnows'thef are all for him;
lie is smackiiig his lips to kiss thei;
He is reac fiis hands to hold;
And his heart is fil:ed with - glad-jess
v$ -'IN.rImp nta.i)evr:rbe. told.
O baby, with hair so golden!
jQ baby, with eyes so le i
Wh:d-Are the angels weaving
ginute Fiture' loom for von? r
If it bg sorrow and sadneo,
iigbtplelsure *nd joy,
A tree heart, patient and loving,
God :give:to my baby boy.
. PERILS OF FALSE IIAIR.-The
New York Tribune says:
. Tie danger of wearing false
hair is. illustrated in a new and
forcible way by the.recent ex
perience of a Massalsetts dame.
Fan,cying that her natural charms
required artificial enhancement,
she innocently purchased one of
those mysterious and tail-like ap
pendages for the female head,
known, we believe, by the technical
Itame of ''switches." It was a
--switch" equally beautiful and be
coming, and for a brief space all
was hair and happiness. But pre
sen,tly madam began to feel an un
pleasant sensation about the throat
every time she assumed the foreign
locsz-in point of fact, a choke. a
She would, in her own striking
and- piitorial language, "get as
red as a boiled lobster, and gasp
like a porpus," dreadful symptoms,
which disappeared as soon as the
"switch" was removed. What was
this mystery no mortal could ex
plain, so madam being a true Bos
ton woman calleti a "medium,"
avdthe "medium" called a spirit
fromthe v:tty deep Then did 1
-this spirit unfold a long and ex
-eursive tale, which condensed,
was to the effect that "she was the
woman from whose head the hair
.bad~ been cut, just after she was
-lung t"-and tbat a choke wonld
ahyaya attend the wearing of that
partivulatr switch. Fathermo're, (
this iristructive spirit observed P
thatZ all fidse hair ret:ained more
or leYss of the personaliity of its
original owner, and that thsis was
the cause of much insanity and
rrnie erirninal idiosyneracies in I
-wiean. Which is an explanation f,
rather more st.tr tling than lucid.
A young lady with a pretty (
foot, but rather a large ainkle went
into a shoe store to be measured.
The admiring clerk, who is of
Gallie extraction, complimented
her in the following queer way:C
"Madam, you have one bootif'ul
foot, but ze leg commIeneeC too im- c
'Full mooni in the first week of
each of the first, seven months of c.
the vear. July has two full C
moon's, viz: one the 2d and 31st. '1
Another war with Turkey is ::t ii
hand-next Than ksgivin gday. d
*tarolinIa Nvational Bank a
00L UMBLL. S- C.
Capital Stock Paid in, $200),000.
BOA R D OF DI RECrlORS:
- L. D. CIIILDs, Pcasst!DENT.
Dr. J. wV. Parker. Rt. M. Wallace,
-Jorm~ S. Wiley, Dr. John T. Darby.
E. Hope. Richard ('Neale, Jr.
C. D). Mt:rTox. Attorney.QV
W. B. Gnlick, C. J. Iredell. S
- Cashier. Aesi'tant Cashier. .
The capital stock of thi" Bank is now S200,00 '.
all ot whch has been paid in. and confirmed by '
the Comptroller of the Currency.. Authority has. A
also been received for a fuerther inci ease to the y
amount ofS-5.n '. of which over S20.0is has al
ready been taken'. l'ersous wishing to make an
inre-tment should apply waithout delay. The
Sorphis Fand is now $6. '0, or tiree per cent. --
uppan its st ock.
The Caro i a National Bsn't issues certifi
estes of depo it. bearing interest at the rate of
seven per cent. pecr annam. This feature or its
business makes it practically
A SAV!NGs BANK.
and attention ts caled to the fact that the safety
of these depo-its. as well all others, are guaar
anteed by the whole capital of the Bank.
Nto safe mtode of templjorary investment is offe-red
to the pubhc th.in, this-the deposite being IC
pyabie on demand or on short notice. Deposats
ofany amount r,-eeived either in currency or
ooin. and payabe in the same Interest will be
paid at thle end of eacih -ix mn,ths. should de
posits remainl beyond that length ot' time.
(Columbis, S C'.. January 28, 1571. C
BEtNG perminently loeited inGre.e
ville, and havitng facilities tor the
PUTRCIIASE AND) SHIPPING OF
G~RAINS AND) OTHERr
""a *bscribe'r resp.'ctfny 'calt the atten- E
.s ';.3 armes an other. who
tio 'o Mre ? he t,his. fact.
tnye at anyv time' desiretsu.
Hie will 'uiit
FILLs ALL ORDERS PROMIPTLY
Address orders~ to J. B. ELK[INS,
J.an. 4, 1- ink Green vme C'. II., S. C.
A Stock or Ciothing, Hats
GENTS' FUiRNISHING GOODS~
17LESS TH AN 00OsT..43
A RARE OPj'ORTUNITY To EMBARK
IN THlE BCSINESS. A fr.-sh and we'll se'
lected stock of CLOTHING, HATS and
G;ents' FURN ISHING GOO)DS, to;:ether
with the STORE FIXTURES and Lea-e of,
one of the most desiraoble butintess stands im
the city of Colum:bia-property of thte late
W. J. ~Hoke--is now offered for sale at a
sacrifice, in order to close the business.
Parties desiritng to .te't f er the purchase of
same, will call on or address the son of the
late proprietor. M IKE HIOKE.
Feh , 5)-lf.
L E 4 THER
)n hand and for sale by
Apr. 6, 11-tf.
DR. E. C. JONES,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
ront of Herald oilice.
I take pleasure in informing my friends
nd the public generally, thnt my dental
ooms are now open, and that I am pre
dred to execute all work in my profession
n the most approved marner.
I am determined to devote my entire
iae and energy to my profession.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
Cotton for Guano.
We propose selling a limited quantity of
ur Guanos for 3iddling Cotton at 15 cents;
elivered at planter's nearest depot, by 1st
We also offer the magnificent premium of
1,000 for the best yield from our Guanos.
For particulars apply to our nearest Agent,
r address us for Circul:ir.
WILCOX, G[BBS & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in Guanos,
%'hareton, S. G , Savantnah and Aupusta,Ga.
Feb 157 Imo.
CUSTOM made pegged CALF
WOTS, and warranted.
For sale by D. MOWER.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
ALL parties indebted tome by Mem
randurn Account, or inany other way,
re reqm-e-sted to pay the same at once.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
10sy -4*' ______
COLUMBIA, S. C..January 19, 1871.
ON and after SUNDAY. the 22d Instant. Pa
!nger Truins upon this Road will arrive and
Ae as follows:
Ta xx No. 1.
eave Charleston at ............................ 8.2' a m
,rrive at ColumbLa a.............8 40 p ia
,uve Columt>ia at..... ................2 15 p Di
rrive at Chbarleston at................ 7.50 p at
eave Camden. Sundays excepted, at... 9 5' a at
rrive at Ki-ngville at................. 1.2' p nm
,ave Kingville. Sundnys exc<-pted, at.. 2.30 p ut
rrive at Camden at...................6 60 p m
The above Trainsa run in c<muection with Wit
ainton. Columbia ad Augusta Railroad, con
ecting with Trains' for Wilmingro:a. North Caro.
na. tmd with Trai:.s for -Augusta, Georgia
aking close connections. wih Nighti Trains of
eorgta Railroad and Centra Eailroad, for an
ointa Souith and West.
razA r No. 2-NtoaT ExraxEs.
Suniday Night excepted.
esve Charle>.t n at:............... 7 10 p t
,rrive at Columbia at........... ... A.00 a at
eave Columbia at....................7.50 p at
.rrive at Charleston at...............6.45 a at
This frain runs in connection with Up Angus
rnTruns, mnakinag cliae connecotion with Georgia
air.a- iud (Central Rbilroa<d Morning Zraii,s.
r all poitts Suuth and West.
A. L.. TY LER. Vies-President.
S. 1B. PI- KE.N, General ticket Agent.
harlotte, Columbia & .Augusta R. R.
SU'ltlN IENDENT's OFFICE.
CotraIA, $ C., Jatnuary 17, 1871.
ON and alter NUDAY January d. the' Pa.
tger trains over this Road will ruti as ft,llows:
GOl.NG NoliT't. No. 2. No. 1.
ARRIVEt. LECAVE. ARRIVE. L.EAVE.
ugusta 6.00 pm 8.00 an.
olumbia 11.05 pm 1: 2' in 1251 pm 103 ptn
Eina.boro 1.2'> am 1.27 at 3.17 pm 3.37 pmt
hte-ter 2.56 am 3.o.. am 5.07 pm 5.10. pm
harlote 5.30 am 73, pma
Go.la SoUTa. No. 1. .0. 2.
ARltZvE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LSAVE.
ugusta 7 45 pm 7.3 am
oumbia 2 16 pm 2.28 pmn 2 13 am 2.28 am
rinnboro 11 55 am 1'.54 im 11.55 pat 11.t.8 pat
eter 1'.2>am li23 ar 1.>27 pm 1.3 pn
harlott - S 0 arn 8.1.' pat
Goiag North .-Btoth No. 1 and 2 make close
aily connections at Charlotte for New York ano
: points North anid Ei.t. Pasenetgers leaving
S2 ou SAl T URDA Y$, will lay over 12 hours at
Going .';r,th.-Bo,th Nost. 1 and 2 make close
aly conntecttons at Augusta with trains ot- the'
eo~rgia and Central Georgia Roads, for all
inte South. $outh,-west antd west.
Trough Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
I principat poiata.
J. M. SELKIRK, Supt.
E. R. Doass., General Ticket Agenr.
iater Scho.dula Spar-tanbnr'g and Union
On and alter the 24th itnstanit, the Pa35
mer Trains ciil go down Ott MONDAYS.
)rtanbunrg Court House, at 7.20) A. M.,
i arriv ng at Aision I .'45 I. M.
Reurrintr on T CESD)A S, TH URSDAYS
id ,SATURD)AYS, will 1--ave Al-ton at U.5S
..,andi arrive at Sparr.uihurg at : 40 P.
THOMAS B. .JETER,
Is rosV I t.5. S. C. President.
Oct. 26, 43-tf.
WHERE TO STOP.
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTAiNBURG C. H., B. C.
LAURENS, C. H., S. C.
J. Y. HI WittlA.lSs, Proprietor.
MY friendr, and the traveling public are re
s'cfuliy informed that the above namedi
)TEL.S are now under my control; ano
.ey may rest assured that the reputation of
e two houses will he fully kept up. The
rsomin are comntort'ably furnished and the
,bles will be suppiiod with the best of ev
ythinr. May 11. 19-if.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
H E PROPRiiETOR takes p!casure in an
nouncing that this elegantly.furnished
tblihmecnt is now open for the accom
odation of guests. The table will always
supplied wi:h ever delicacy of the sea
t-hothi fronm New York and Charleston
arkets. anid no efforts will he spared to
--- --'rfect satisfac:ion, in every respect, t
or arrons. W . G~'
. BA RBER,
Next door to Pollock's Restaurant,
Columnbia. S. C.
Will Shave, Shampoo. Trim and Dye,
To suit the mo-.t faistidious.
Try him !
Columbia, S. C.
Robert Jornier, Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Joyner, Clerk.
If Board, per Day..........----30t
upper, Breakfast and Lodging..2 O00
A. P. PIFEE, X. A., Principal.
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant.
Prof. F. W BER,B Musical Dep't.
THE next tsession of this SCHOOL will
begin on-TUESDAY, THE THIRD (3d) OF
Tuition-Froin $10 to t2n pier half session
of 5 months.' Music and 316dern Languages
Instructiorr given ir. all the branches
usually taught in Fejtale Scboo's of the:
Pupils from a distance van nbtnin board
in good private families at alout $15 per
Pupils will he charged from the date of
entrance, and no reduction A ill he made
except iti case's of protracted illn,s4.
N B. Tie Tuiiioni Iees j.ust be paid in
For particu!mrs apply to
COL. S. FAIR,
Pres't Boarl Trustees, or
S. P. BOOZER, Esq, Sec.
Jan. 4, I-tf.
The most delightful Tonic known.
( Imperfect Digestion
Cured by Sumter Bitters.
Restored by Sunter Bitters.
Cured by Sumter Bitters.
i CHILLS AND FEVER.
Prevented by Sumter Bitters.
Reclieved by Sumter Bitters.
Ilealth arid Str- agth
RcLvred by Sumter Bitters.
Cured by Sumter Bi;ters.
Recommended by the highest
Iedical aUt.ority in tie State.
This popular Tonic arid delightful
Beverage is for sale by Al
Druggists and rrocers.
( DOWIE, M01zE & DAVIS,
And Wholesale Dr gists,
Charleston, S. C.
Foir SALF BY~
MOTTE & TARRANT, Newberry, S. 0.
F-b. i, 5-tf.
THE COTTON STATES
Life Insurance Company,
TIlE business of cli-. Comipany is confined
v liw to Life Inrsuranre ialone.
It is-tues Policies on all the approved mn
One third of thre premium on its Policies
ill alwaysa be given a<a loan to all personis
ho muay desire it, thereby incereasig tihe
iount of Inisurance for a smnaller amount
f eaushi, nor will interest be required on
:hese loan.s, onuly for the, first years' loan.
The protir.s or divide'nds w ill constaintly
aav ruf I he loan-s, h<.nuce the v'ale oi (f this
an of Inrsurance to those who have onaly
<mn I! surplus funde.
This ced-it is give'n hr~ one other Comnpa
y onily, doing hu-;nesus heare.
The scareity of mnoneyv ini the South, it is
elieved. abso'utely demnnds such an ar
anement. The Comrpainy of coirse ac
epts all cashi, when the party iiienrinrg is
able or w'illi:rg to payn it. There is aniother
feature in tha ovenir.aious of this Co:pany
that tihe attenitionl of' par ties sesking~ Inusir
ne is particnbirly calledu i, viz: a Suren
der value. There is baut C'ompanty doing
usiness here (Carolina Life) besides Cotton
States, wich gives a suirrendcr value.
When circumstmances render it necessarv
:or one to abandon his policy, it will only
e necessary for him to call for Iris surren
fer value, whiebr will be, in miost cases, nliae
ty (9rr) per cent of all thc mnoney hre has
aid in, miaking it absohuelhy impossible for
rim to lose anything in: any event. This is
Most other Compamnies give their insuredl
apid up Po'.icy for an equitable portion of
ie amoiut of money paid, in ease of sur
render, but not to be paid until they die.
Is this just ?
Pref'er tire Cotton States Life Insurance
Beesur~e its omce is in the centre of the
rotton States, sianmnagaed by good finan
" -md "en well knrown to us.
Because it gives you a good surrender
value in case of your withdrawal.
Because it has $5nu,nn guarantee, the
argeat ever given to anry Compnuany, for the
eurity of Policy hollers.
Because it has' $15y,rt0 deposited with
Ie States of South Carolina an Georgia,
ror the security of Policy holders, besides
re premiumis of twenty-one hundred Poli
Becauise it gives 901 per cent of all the
Because its policies are always good, and
valid, for as many d--finite parts of thne sumi
isured as there eh dll have been annual
SActive agents wanted to Canivasa
Korth and South Carolina. Apply to
LAVAL, & ABNEY,
reneral Agents for No,rhi & South Carolina.
Ome:Columbia, s. C.I
. 3. L.AvAt.. x.w AB\r.T
Jan. 4, '71, 1-1y.
. BIscEoWI. c. wU.ar.ux 4. B. 7t5rna
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALERS IN
SEGARS, TOBACCO, &C.
197 E ast Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. -
Mar. .30, VI-1y.I
FREsu GAnDEN. FLOWER. FRrIT.
HERB. TREE & SHRUB. AND) EVER
GREEN SEEDS. P'REPAID BY MAIL.
WITH DIRECTIOINS FOR CULTURE.
TWENTY-FIVE DIFFERENT PACKAG;ES
OF EITHER CLASS FOR $1. 'U. THlE
SIX CLASSEs S5.00.
20.000 lbs. Evergreen and Tr'e Seeds;
A pple, Pear.Cherry. &c.; Grass Seeds: Beet,:
Cabbage. Carrot. Onion. Squash. Turmip.
and all Vegetable and Flower Seeds, in small
or lrge quantities; also emnail Fruits, Stocks
Bulbs, Shrubs, Roses. Verbenas, &c , by
mail, orepaid. New Goldcn Banded .Japan
Lily, 50t-. Priced Descriptive Catalogue sent
tr any plain address. gritis. A gents wanted.
Wholesale List to Aiente, Chubs and the
Trade- Seed< on commission.
B. M Watson, Old Co)lony Nurseries and
Seed Warehouse, Plymouth, Msass. Estabhi
shd in 1842
Fehb. i5 -2m.
The now welPinown E rIWAXN GUANO is
r'e- oftSiiT tirli. These 1'hosphates in
to be ground to powder. anid mmde S-duble by S
operation the laret Sulplinric Avid CAimbers
inanufacture at *he lowe4t rntt4, the hiihest cra
erthe proportion ofSoluble lhophare which at
required per acre. In order to make the Fertili2
cient quantities are added With these views tl
Wrranted-t6 ontain from 15 to 20 PEIR CEN r
OF IJ.11E, and from 2 to 2j per cenr. of A MMO
VIAN GUANO and POTASH, to ad.ipt it to'all
$60 per ton, and interest 7 per cent. pek' annum.
Of higrade, uitable for Maunfacturer.4 or foit
tilizer. and specially adapted for compott. A- 1:
to dissolve the Plho4phate, this will be found a e
?aaterial. The grade.furnished will ie from 18 1
Price $40'per ton easb. On time, S15. with int4
grades4will lie furni-fh'd to order at an additiona
- COMPOUND ACH
Specialfy prepared for compo;ting with cotton
$35 per ton, cash; on time S10, with interest at
At Tnuh lower rates, con-istin- cimplv of the N
Pice $20 per ton cash. On timze, 22, anJ inten
WM. C. BE
W. H. WEBB, Ager
LIPSCOMB & CALIIOUN, -A
A. J. HALTIWANGER, Agen
N. B.-The percentage of Dissnvi'd B Inc I
Etiwans, is aseertine.d ut theN Works, h% their (
chaser he dis-atisfied. he may retun iaver.te ,ai
days after delivery, and they will he W1:u1Y.d a1
garanteteI will he mtde good to him by the Cot
Jan. 25, 4-2m.
OF THIS POPULA
- TO MEET THlE NECE
PLATINeThT C C
AND HAS BEEN
C iII---Fifty Dollars per Ton
liME--Fifty-five liollars per
Payable 1st Novcrmber, 1871
WM. 0. DUJ
R. MOORMAN & CO., A
Ja. 11, 2-3m.
JUST received a large assortment o
VATCHES.-;old and Silver Hlinilg.
stem Winding, Open Face, or Swiss, Euag
ish and American manutfactnie.
(LO('KS.-French Parlo', of Blaick Mv
le, Gilt, Ormihi, Rnsewood and Walnut.
SPEGACLES.-Gold, Silver and Steel,
f all descriptionts; Eye Gltasses with Gold,
labber andl Tortoice Shtell Frame.
THiMBLES.-Gold and Silver of all de
and with settings of all kinds of precious
mones Brooches. Earrinze. N.'ckh.ece.s,
3racelets and At i lets, Gold Chatte!taine andti
nd Leontinoe Chains ; all viarieties of Je,t,
Rubber, Gold, Pearl and moulrlin.; Jewelry
and Ornaments. ket.4
GENTEMEN'S JEWELRY.-Vest and
Guard Chainis, Collar and Shirt aUnitn,
sleeve Buttons, Seal Rings, Brooches, Sea: f
SPOON.-Tahle , Deesert, Te4, Sngar,
Mustard, Pap, Salt Spoons andl Ladles.
FtRK .-Tablie. D)essert andl l,reaktas.
KN ITES.-Dessert, Fruit, Butter,. Fis,l
Pie, Gake andI Chlse Kt,ives.
PlTHEFRS.-Cihalices an.I 1 omin
Sets, Iee 1'itchiers, Cups, Bowls and Gio
CATOS.-Silver and Ph:Led, Fruit.
Stand, Cake Bkta, P'iekle y7 '
Makers, C e t y ; ta iB.t- ih s
Waited WIllIAM GLAZE, i
e door No:-th of Scot t, Wdli:uns & Go.'s
Banking HIoi e, Main s:re'et.
Nov. 9, 4.--tt.
11. J. R., THOMIPSON\,
SURGEON DENTIST, I
(Successor to Dr W . B. McKellar )
(flee over MctFall & Pool's store, on Main
All the old hnsine"s left unfinished will he
compleed on the terms as before arranged,
and everthing done in the best manner and
.warhait Th snagnno the pnblic Is I
ED AT THlE
ON, S. C.,
nanufrc-ured from the N.tive Bone Pho-!
their n:3 nral sta are- Insoluble, and require
ulphuric Avid. This Company have now in,
it the .South. and are, therefore, able to
de of Fertilizer; it being clear that the great
v Fertilizer containi, the less the guantity
er eomplete, Ammonia and Potash in stffi
e Company mannfacture and offer for sale
OF ' DISSOlVED RONE PHOSPHATE
MIA, with.a sutfleient addition of PERU
crops. Price $55 per ton, cash; on time,
Planters, boing in itself an excellent Fer
rge qiantii.-s of sulphnric Ac.d are used
lCap and coveniett way to transport that
o 20 p.r cent. D.,-;iplvel Bone Phosphate.
re T at 7 per cent. per qnnLru. Still higher
price per cen:ae.
ed and other plantation manures. Price
7 per cent. per annum.
ative ione Phosphates ground to powder.
st-.ut 7 per cent. per a:nnum.
E & 00.,
(4 1(L's. Whatrf,
HARLESTON, S. C.
.t, Newberry. S. C.
ents. Ninety Six Depot, S. C.
t. Chappell's Depot. S. C.
ho-phate of Lime, and Ammonia in all the
hemist, before delivery. Should any par.
Iaptes or any ptrchtase, within thirty (30)
.' ndtut any delciency in the percentage
R FRTILIZE R"
getsa TIewberry, O. 1871
ofh,00 largs. anBt Fatory.
T y O NS, . C
Aespro ST nevrbefre S. fere
CO m Bret Ia ore Cihotexr
LOTH VEING, HArofee.T,
'e Latrgiedt tand our Cut Detoc
HE w SHATS ofHN eterhoesip
R. &ll l'. A . SW LS,FRUGD,
Se . ,WN,tf.
It apperitoIT mev b forevi that NB
nx, kt mdedanti ithoutboesta
he' isabgent ln fFroc and thEnlimis
f Utis ate, iEt iNs erofeed. thWsitde
,dtionl erteof or ordrrsop wil e
aen aaitenst him e.
JAp MES C.-t L EAH,r .s
relief o 9 .sn tati 41bond
Coughs, Colds, &c.
For the Speedy Relief
AND PERMA5ENT CURE OF
A:sD At.L D11s1ASES o1r -rHE
Lungs, Ghest , or Throat!
T EEXPECTORANXT is corpoied exc?u sve
11y Of Herbal and Mucilaginous produetu,
Permeate the very Sulsfance oI le, LUOCs,
causing them to throw 4f the acrid matter which
colluta.i.teBrnuchiui ruies,audat the same
time.f..r a sootbinarcoting. relieviug the irri
tation whichi'reducts the cough.
The d6jea to be obtained is to cleaie the or
gan al impurities ; to ninribh anti -trengthen
it when it han become impaired aid enfeebled by
dimm-e: to renew and invigorte the circulation
of the blood. and strengtUen the terrous organi
zation. The EXPECTORANT doe- this to an
sonishing degree. It is actiye but ml!d and
congenial, Iryrting tur.ctionial energy and nat
uraCatret . It uffords 'xygen to v talizej the f
blood, an Nitrugen to assimiiate the matter- &
It equalIzes the "nerrous influence," 0
producing quiet and composure.
TO CONSUMPTI ES
It is invaluable, as it immediately relieves the n
difficult breathing and harassing cough which
attends that disease.
It is a specio-6ne dose often Weievine th dis.
tressing chokLi, sad prodingcalm and pleas
No mother shenld ever'be without a bottle of the
1PEC'TORANT In the house. We have name
rous certileates of its having relieved. almost In
tantly. the Itle suferer, when. aeath appeared
MOTH ER&. BEjkDVISED I F
Keep it on fland !
This dread disease requires prompt action; as soon
as the hourse, hollow c0ugf ii beard, apply the
remedy, and it is ensily subdued;
BET DELAY IS DANGEROUS!
[C, The properties of the EXPECTORANT
are demulcent, nutr itive, balfsmic. southing, and
healing. It bracei the e.errous %ystem and pro
duces p!euanut and refreshing sieep.
1T EXRILIRATES AND RELIEVES GLOOM
INESS AND DEPRESSION.
Containing all these qualitie in a convenient
and concentrated rorm at has proven to be the
Most Valuable Lung Balsam
ever offered to suff:rers from Pulmonary die- C
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Nov. 23. 4-4-6in.
T. 7. BRODIE. I . 11. H UDoINS. | B C. HUD0IS. .
BRODIE & CO.
Nojrth Atlantic Wh/arf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LJBERAL AD VANCES MADE
ANDREW SIONDS, ESQUIRE,
Pres't 1st National Bank.
CHARErsTON, S. C.
A pr 6, '70-4-1ly.a
P. P. TOALJE,~
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
is digLrc,i a
the Southern States.
PRI.NTED PRI0E IST DMFIES C01PETilIlN.
g SEND FOR ONE. &
W SENT FREE ON APPLICATION. 3
A pril 6, 1870--14-ly.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in announc
tmg to thi< community that, havinig made
all necesstary arrangemients, lie will be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Vryr Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oet.7~ 41 t. Newberry C. HI., S. C.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANi'S
T HIS GUA NO is now so well known in all
the Southern States for Its remarkable ef.
fects as an agency for increasing the pro- t
ducts of labor, as r.ot to require special re
commendation frrom us. Its use for five years
past has established its character for reliable
excellence. The large fixed capital invested I
by the Co-n pany- in this trade, affords the
surest guarantee of the continued exc'lence
of its Guano. .I N ROBSON. I
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
.TNO. S. REESE & CO., General Agents,7
Baltimore. Dec 283mn. a
CUSTOM1ERS will take notice that i
I have a full supply of that good e
make of AXES on hand, and for sale
low. D. 3M0WER.
Nov. 23. 47-tf.
Phosphate of Lime.
FOR COM - ST NG WIT HCOI'TON SEED.
This article Is manufactured by the Pa ci
Guano Company at Charleston, 8. C., undert
the Superintendence of Dr. St. Julien Rave,
nel. When comnposted with an equal weight1
of Cotton Seed, its results have benfound
fully equal to the best standard fertilizers.
Its economy must commend It to the notice
of planters generally.
For specific directions for comnpotsth and
for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
no. . REESE & CO., General Agents. Bal
Charletn, S. C.
ORD-P'DAY - - $300
M1s. H L. BUTTERFIELD, Propr evrets.
R. HAMILTON. Superintendent.
Money Cannot Buy It!
7OR SIG IIT IS PRICELESS!!
The Diamond Glasses,
.E. SPENCER & Co, N. Y.,
Which are now offered tothe public.are pro
houiced by all the celebrated Opticians
of the Wurid to be the
atural, Artificial be!p to the human eye ever
They are ground under their own supervision,
oM minute Crystal Pebbles,. melted together,
)d derive their name, "Diamond," on acount
ttheir hardiness and brilliancy.
The Scientidc Principle
a which they aye constructed brings the core
r centre of the lens directly in ftont of the eye.
ruc Ig'alear and distinet vision. as in the
mira, h sight, atd preventing all un
leasant sensations. ouch as glimmering and
averingofeight, dizziness,;&c.,peculiar to all
hers izi use.
They are Nounted in the Finest lammr,
a frames of the beat quality, of all materials
used for that purpose.
Their Finish and Durability
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Cario.-None genuine unless bearing their
ade mark stamped on every frame.
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
Jeweler and Optician. is sole agent for
NEWBEIIRY, S. C.,
rom whom they can only be obtained. These
toods ae not supplied to Pedlers, at any price.
Oct 5, 40-ly.
'isi's, Melallic loial Caq.V,
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly ou
and a full assortnent of the above approved
ases, of different patterns, hesides coffins
f his own make, all of which he is prepared
> inrnish at very reasonable rates, with
romptness and despatch.
Personi desirous of having cases sent by
dilroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
irnished at the rate of' Slo per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
:riber respectfully ask.- for a continuation
f the qane, and assures the pildic that
o effort on his part a ill be spared to render
te utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
IMPO RT ANT 07T'ICE
ONSUMERS (I DRY GOODS.I
Il Retail Orders amounting to $20
and Over Delivered in any Part
or the Country
FREE OF EXPEESS CH.ARGES.
iAMLTON EASTER & SONS,
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
order the better to meet the wants of their
stall Uustomers at a distnce, hare established a
SAMRPLE BUR E.IU,
od will upon application. promptly scnd by
r mail ftuI lines, of S-muples o'f the Newest and
tost Fashionable Good.. of FRENCH. ENG
,1SH and Dc .M1E TIC MANUFA U fURE,guar
ateeiug at all limes, to sell as lo.w. if not at loes
rices, thanm any house in the co. atry.
Buy ing our goods from the largest and most
tlebrated muanfactuirers in the durferent parts of
urope. and importing the same by Steamers di
eac to Baltimore, our stock is atal!'times prompt
supled with the novelties ofthe Landots and
As we buy sand sell only for cash, and make no
ad debts, we are able and willing to sell our
oods at PRoM TEr' vo FrPier' 1'aPeu CEst,
Lass PaoizT thuan if wt gave credit.
'In sendin. itamlspeiythe kind of goodu
eroed- . keep th etgrades of ever class
r,o'n,s, from the lowest to te most os!.
Orders uaccompanied by the cash will be sent
. O. D.
P'ROMPF-PAY1NG WHOLESALE BUYERS
re invited to inspect thes8took in our Jobbing
ndIPckaeDae meat. Address
HAMILTN. EASTErR & SONS.
197. 199, 201 and 2.8 West Baltimore Street.
Oct. 20, 43-Iy, Baltimore, Md.
['HE BEST PLOW IN USE!
IMPOSSIBLE TO CHOKE.
K TIS PLOW THE FARMERS HAYE
M!PLEMENTS AT TUE PRICE OF ONE
PLOW, ROW OPENER AND
Vhat Mr. Stringfellow, of Chester, S.
C., writes :
I bought the first Monitor Plow that came
a this section, and cannot now do without
Vhat Mr. Ellis. of Griffin, Geo., says:
Mesers. PALMER & TUnpty.--I receiyed
trough Mr. Rus. P. Johnson,of Griffin,one of
our Monitor Plows, which I regard as a de
ided improvement over any Plow I have ever
een or used, and I regard it as most admira
ly adapted to the Cultivation of the soil of
te South, and moat cordially recommrrend
temn to the Southern Plinter, as the best
nd cheapest plow yet offered them.
.JA MES T. ELLIS.
Obat Mr. Rabb, of Winnsboro', S. C.
[esars. PALMER A TrnPzIN:
I have already spoken in favorable maoTT
our Monitor Plow, but I nust be permitted
gain to express may high appreciation of its
tents. I tried it a few days since on a very
ngb. elammy lot, which I was apprehen
Ie I could not plow, and to my surprise it
id what no other Plow could have done, go-'
tg into.it and tearing it up far beyond my
apectations- W. S. RABB.
Ask the nearest dealer for Catalogue, and
, show you the Plow.
CH AS. T. PA LMER,
1526 Main St., Richnmond, Va.
.The above Plow for sale at Factory
rices, freight added, by
Oct 5 406mS. P. BOOZER & CO.
SWELL. REEDER- ZugEEMANj DAVIS.
REEDER & DAVIS,
General Commission Mrerchane
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
CUM- VANthk aw
is derived fromits
ases of fs
cor-ption, have be
and cured by I.
hey were painfully afilicting, have been radicaly
ured in such great numbers in almost every no.
ion of the country, that the public scamm
o be informed of its virtues or uses.
Scrofblous poison Is one of the moat deftM0
ive enemies of our race. Often, this mSeen a
infelt tenant of the organUm underminestM
titution, and invites therattaofenfeqblngarib.
al diseases, without excitWa
>resene. Again it sefs to
broughout the boy, and then, on some ftvorWft
ccasion, rapidly develop4nto one or other of to
Lideous forms, either on the surfe or dho
ritals. In the.latter,tnbercles may bea
leposite.in the langs or heart,or tumora
a the liver, or it shows its presence by erupdiw
n the skin or foul ulcerations on some t of
tie body. "enee the occsdonal UNe
fthis arsaparila, is adiisable,v n .
etive symptoms of disease -appear.
t wit the following complaints
ind iskniediate-relief, and at 12 tl
Lse of this SARS P 'LA .
ty's Fire, Rose or R i aw
theum, Beald Bead, .S er B
Fore Ears,.and other eru s or
if ("e s disease. - a mhe-are am
ealed forms, as Dy , D es
be various ceros etions of -
ad nervous systems.
Syphilis or venereal and ere&Wle jX&
asea are cured byi,though aL -
[uired for sun
my medicine. -- But lati
medicine will ezre the con '
r Whites, Uterine and
Diseases, are c0nm soon
aey red its
a Ieet. Mi u te e
a our Almanac, supplied gratis.
md Gout, when caused ma r
raneons matters in the b 0
ion or Inflamuation O
iee when ar , they o fk.sm
Z'Oin pisons& the blod 8AXXAbA
PARLI great restorer forthe
ad vigor of the system.
pisd and Listless,
ad troubled with Nervals A
Pears, or any of the affections sympman
Weakness, will find immediate relief amd es.
rincing evidence- of its restoratMpe power aj
Mr. X. C..ATERt4 CA.X-9
Pratioa ajid Analyden;"i dft.
OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
k .ut --.w UQ . 'Li & Tiaf .
Sep., '70 -1.
WL X, G 3BS O
Leavell & Spearman, Newberry, S. C,7
[ames Lipscomb, Chappell's DepotaK
. E. Wise, Frog Level, S. C. -.
For further information, apply or
s above for Pamphlet. e
Nov. 23, 47-4m.
Two Dollars per Annn.'
S4 Pages Reading
fALKER, EVANS & CO
0. WYATT AIKEN~
July 13, 28-tf. - 1~
Yick's Floral Guide Foi
The First Edition of One jIu!,.3
y Thousand copies of~ VICK'SLL,
ED CA rALOGUE OF SEEDS A.
CAL GUIDE, is published and real
ut-100 pages, and an Engravia$
very desirable Floirer and V
legatly printed on fine tinted 5e
rated with Three Hundred fine- I
traving and Two beautiful C 01.0
~LA TES. The most beautiful ~i2d tlii
nstructive Floral Gunide published d
nan Edition published, in all other
imilar to the English.
Sent free to all my customers
'aidly as possible, without
sent to all others who order thon
3ENIS, which is not half the cost.
dec if JA MES VICK, RoebestW'
gLBreakfast Going Up an -
Going Downii -
Columbia, S. C.,
This pleasantly located gotel, an
my House in the South for comfort
ocality, is now ope~n to TravSe5s
leking accommodation. Families
lshe with nie, airy ruoms OS
arms. "A call is solicited.'' My .
a,,the diftremt dep'ts L s