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IFor the Herald.
t3? SIVE OUR FATIEELANDI
(4 sitve ouar F.therlAnd,
Qur dear old Fatherland,
-Our British honic
q:out stund her chivalry,
.1kight shield of liberty,
lcr Se.-kings ploughir.g free
The flowery foam!
Keep too our children's flock,
yitt pl.te~d spite the shock
. Of EA.t and West i
Each zallint colony
Stretch limbs of maj-sty, r.
]Felice round our mother-tree il
With green-wove breast! S
Gainst blood.gorg'd Eagles' blow, c
Glinst Cosack overflow, bt
KaLe battle's whoop! at
Wntchai by itight and day, of
When wolves would clutch their prey, N
Rush qick our proud array,
Each Northman troop!
Vroin gratite Scandla, P
Front golden India,
To Eria's shore,
One love-linkt Commonweal,
Mari!est in strength and steel,
We'l! tiuite the tyranCs heel,
As oft of yore. .
-(;reat Frankland at our side, A
Atd Europe's far and wide
Mammo, no longer God, M
Smasht each base kingly rod, e
URorHKaS on toil-ti'd sod
We'I brave the fates. T1
Christ bless and build us all! rl
On IliM alone we call l
Who wars bade cease! 0
His curse blast butchering hand.,
Crowii'd thieves of neighbor lands!
Help Hie our freeborn bands,
Til all be peace I r
GFOrG: S-ITIM:4, HusabIy, Smaland, t
Swedenl. Jan. 7, 1S71.
Riot in Court.
M-:rt: , Miss., Marm-h 7.
YestUrday, durin ; the trial of three
n.egroes char-ed with riotous con
duct, 0110 of Ite prisolers, Finl,
Ilias Tyler, (nf:ored, shot and in
stantly killed Justice Bramlette,
who was presiding, when an in
discriminate tiring ensued, and
two negroes were killed in the I
court room. Tylcr jumped from
the second story to the ground,
and was pursued by the Sheriff
and posse, and vas shot to death.
'T:ho citizens asseu[)!d in large
numbers, armed, to assist the '141 C
ers. The Sheritf ordered tlmi
to disarm the negroes. In din
his, several where killed last niglh.
The total killed. as fatr as posi
tively known, six tnegroes and
Jr1dge Bramlette, white.I
3tayor Wi Iiami Sturgess Lonlg.
who is Qbuoxious to the good eiti
zens,-and the planner of mutch mis
chief, was amnong the negroes, who,
on his otwn iiwtion, was5 given safe
conduct to) the c-ar-s this morning
* by the citienms, on a pledge to go
North, ne~ver- to return, after ten
decring his resignaltion.
JacKsoN, 3M1ss., 3March 7.--There
was; a riot at M(eridian, Miss..
twenty-five miles east of here, yes
tcrdlay, during whieh ,1 udge llram- ft
. lette, of the city court, a white
man and eight or- ten negroes were
killed, and a number of whites and ~
negroes wournied. it
Loften, a negro, arrested as in-.
cendiary, was being tried before t
.1 udge Bramnlett e, w-hen TylIer, a ..
negr-o, rose uip in the couirt room
and shot. J1 udgEe B-ramlet te throtugh
the heal, killing him instantly.
A generai mneiee ensued. Tyler
and Loften were killed instantly-. 4
J. Aaroni Sloore,t~ a negro, and a o
prominent politic-in and member
of the M[ississippi L.egislature, w~as
also a pr-isonzer as~ accessory to the 0
hurning. and was shot, supposed
WatniY or M lr.rtios.--A printer
nuee~ determined that every tim'e his fel
low workmnt-t wentt out to drink beer
during the workintg hoturS he would put
in the batnk the exa4ct amount which he
would hive spetnt if he han gon out to -
drink, ile ke-pt to this resolution for
!ive vears. II.- t examined his bank o
account and foun:d that he haid on depos- a:
it $->!1 St6. In the- tiv,- years he had not
lost a day frotm ill-healith. T'hree out of
tiee of his fs..nri wot kzen had, in the_
aneantime, become dr-uni:ards, were
worthles~s as- wo-rkmuan, and we-re dis
charg, d. The wa:ter drinker theni boughtj
out the pr inttig~ ollice, went on enlarg
ing his binatess, and in tw~enty yeairs
fro:n the time he bega-n to put by his
money was worth $104.000, -
h' ,ilestnC urier.
The editor of the Clevelaind LeaderL
has been the rec-ipientt of mn-rked atten- i
tion from ao f-:et- fartune teller of tha: A
ptlaee. HIe pue'i,hed som'-:hing aboutA
her amanner 0f iointz bu,ins, when she i.
called at his oma~- and aske-d htim to re- jA
tract, but it p.t b:ing~ his da for re-j
tracting, he re-fnsed, a' ben she drew a ii
cowhide and we: tfor hin. The reserve
f.rces in the omz r:xhed. to the rescue
of the e<htter, -tr.d the wotnn was igno-P
:tiniOUSly ejce *e tPe premfi.
in that ote . :.e 1: e they reciv
edl pay in ah: ..ct three years
ago,, fir acp fappr
m'an, ordee -:4 !::ther to get up'
and btild a :*r buLt the old man
talked back. : d the L:>y had to
riog himt ie:i:e- Le would mind.
ICi late year-s zUhe 8 egtn
-nr nd rmore im.. etnt.
A Steck of Ciothin, Hlats
:ENTS' FURINISHING~ GOODS
7-LESS T HAN COST...Q 'a
A hARE t'PPdRTE.\iTY To) EMBARK 3j
N TilE lRUSINESS. A ''r-- h and we-l se
-eted stock of CI.,YTHING, H~ATS and
;ents' }TRNIsilING; GoiPS, together
.ith the STURE FiN r! R Es and Lease of
*:e of the most deinir,e~ bhw,-5 stndin4
:te city of Coumbio--ro;Wrty of ;he la:e
W.. J1. iloke--is noivotrnd fo'r s-e at a
rie,itn order to e!- -e ae bu t ss
rties desiring :o n-eui: -r ;h.rehsse of
*-a- will e.dlI on or addiress the soni of the
. -- i'ropriet or. -\1K E H OKE.
Carolini Naionai Bank
O0 L UMBTA S.; C.'
Capital Stock ?aid in, $200,000.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A.
L. ). D C ILDS, 1ataSrrM. N
)?. J. W. Parker. it. 51. Walace,
John S. Wiley, I)r. John T: Darby. Pro
E. Hope. Rkhard tYMeale, Jr.
C. D. MzLTo4, Attorney.
W. B. Gulick, C J. iredell.
Cashier. Assistant Cashier. JA
The capital stock of thim Eak is now 820000'',
I o which has been paid in, and couArmed by f
e Comuptroller of the Currency. Authority has ext
to been received for a faether-incteare to the
tount of; -5.0,w, of which over 300O has al
uty bee-n taken. Persons wishing to make an .
vretmenit should apply without delay. The hi"
.rphus Fund is now $6,tN0, or tua per cent.
"o its stock.
The Caroll a National 11ank Issues certifl
tes of depo-it, bearing interest it the rate of m11o
ren per cent. per annum. This feature of its ]
sines makes it practically ent
A SAVNGS BANK.
d attention is called to the fact that the safety ,exc
these depolits, as well all others, are guar
teed by the whole capital of the Bank. ad,
> safer mode of temporary investmeent in offered
the pubbc than this-the dtpoits being
yable on desn2id or on short notice Deposits
any amount received eithWr In currency or
in, and paytble in the same: Interest will be
id at the end of each six months. should de
*Ita remain beyond that length of time.
Columbia, S. I., January 28, 1871.
Feb. 1' 5-3m.
X:!'THE GREAT CAUSE
st Published, in a Sealed Envelope, Price
Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
adical Cure of Seaminal Weakness, or Sper%
atorricea, induced by self abuse, Invoi
itary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous De
lty, and Impediments to Murriage ren%
idly; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
enal and Physical Incapacity, &.-By
0BERT J. CULVERWELL, M. 1 , An
or of the "Green B4ook," &c.
The world-renowned author, in this Admi
be Lecture, clearlv proves from his own
perience that the awful consequences of
If Abuse may be ef:cually removed with
t medicines, and without dangerou; surgi- ( I
l operations, bitugies, instruments, rings, )
cordi,As. &ointine out-a tuode of cure at
jce certain and effectial by which every
fferer, no matter what his condition :miv
, mav cure him,elf cheaply, privately, and
dicaiy. This lectuce wid prove a boon to
ousands anti thousands
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope. to any
idress, on receipt of sx cepts, or two post
re stamps, by -addrmlng:thc publishers.
Also. Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
ice 25 cents.
CIAS. J C. KLINE & CO.,
127 llowerY, New York.
Sep. 7, 36-1y. Pow-Office Box 4,56
Ilusset, Upper r
f E .1 T IIER9,
a band and for sale by
A pr. fi. 14-itf.
)Re E. C. JONES
SURGEON DENTIST, 3
NEW BmRRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mir. Mowter's store, and in n
nt of Herald otlie-.
I take pleasure in informing my friends hei
td the public generally, that my Cental rai
oms are now ope.n, and that I am pre- eg
tred to eeute all work in my profession tib1
the most aptproved m.otner. ft'.
I am determined t'o devte my entire h
ne and energy to my profession. atn
Jan. 12 5 t f.de
--________ -_________ - htt
Cotton for Guano. St
We proposo selling a limited quantity of he
ar Guanos fbr Sliddling Cotton at 15 cents, te:
livered at planter's nearest depot, by 1st ty
'ovember netxt. p
We also off'r the magnificen: premium of, hit
1,000 ?or the best yield from our tGuanoCs.
Fr particualars apply to our nearest Ageot, Jt
raddre-s ut for Circular
WILlCOX, GIIBS & C0., f i
Importer- and Dealers in (htano;, tht
arle.ton. S. c , Savannah and Aug.usta,Ga. ret
CSTOM1 made pegged CALF ('C
00TS. and warrantedl.
'or sale by D. M10WER.
Nov. 23, 47--tf.
A LL parties inde.bted to mue by 31em
andum Account. or inr any other w:ay. har
re requested to pay the same att once. se<
Nov. :23. 47-tf.fo
outh Car olia Railroad Company, tt"
COLU.M BIA. S. .January 19. 1871.
ON and after SUNDA Y, the 22d instant. Pstn
nger Trains upon this Road will arrive and .pri
ae as follows:
TR iS No.1. Nt
reve Charleston at ............... .. .2 -a m
rive atColubla at ................... 340p m
ave Coumbia at..... ........-.-.. 12 15 p' m G e
r'ieathaestonat........... .... 750p m
sare Camden. Sundays exeepted, at... 9 5 e' a m ,
rriveat Kintgrill.e at ................ 1.2 pm m
re Kingv'ille. Sundays exe,-pted, at.. -.&3) m
rive at Camdenm at.................. 6 ' pnm -
The abore t-rains run in connection with Wi-n
igtt, Columbia and Anu-ta R:2 ilroiad, con
nng with Trains for Walmmngton. North Caro.L
ta antd with Traints for Au'tsta, Geo:-gi
aking close connections with .~i.tht Trains of.
orga Rtairad at:d Centra Raziiad, for all
,ts South and West.
l.iers N'. 2-Nrotrr Emraes.
.u'.day N:gh: excepted.
rave Charest n at...................... 7 10p m
rire aCombia'at... .......... . . ta
aveColmt,ia :t.... .... . ......... 750p m
ri a (Charlesatons at..............' a in
This rran runs iu conrnectiona with Up .tueus
Traits, makitig c:nae corn-eet inu with t leorgia
.ilral and Central Railroad Morning trains.
r all poirts South and West. S
A. L T YLF.Ri. V.c.'-President.
S. B. PICKFENs. General licket Agent.
inter Schedule Setibnr'g ad Union
On and -after the 14th inst.ant, 'he Pas'.H
*nger Trains si: godown on NI(NDAYS' G
'EDNESDAYS snd FRIDAYS: ieavin~GD
urtanburg Court House, at 7.:' A. M.,.
ud arriv:ng at Alston 1.;.5 P. M. T
Reurinn on TEESDAYS. TH URSDAYS or
:d SAT RDAYS. wiii leav.e Aiston at 9 5'
V., and arrive at Spartanburir at :a 4In P..
U sIo:t.LL S. C.l, President. Ca
O:t. 2r, 41-tf. an
A LON.ZO REESE, E
Net door to Pol10et's Restaurant,
Colum*bia. S. C. T
Will S'aw, Shamp.'o. Trim and Dye. Set
To suit the maost f,as:idionus
P. IF?R, X. A.,::.: Principal
s FANNIE LE&VELL,: Assistant
f. F. W BEE, Musical Dep't
IIE next ssion of thi11 SCHOOL %%il
in om TUESDAY, THE THlIRD (3d) 01
'uitioi-Froim $11) to 4:2 per hal. sesion
Smoniths. -Music uid Muderi Language:
listrIuction) ;.iven ii. aill the brancee
ill1y ta:ght in Femtie Schools of tls
Olpils from a di-ate (-:in obt.ain boari
rowd priv.te fatlilieb at a -oL $15 pel
6pils will ie chlargeid from th. date o
ranci, aid tino roeductii will be miade
ept in c.%.es of protract,ed illt ss.
;I. The Tuiiiot ee, ii-tst be paid in
or partieclars app!v to
COL S. FAIR,
Pres't Board Trns:ees, or
S. P. BOOZER, Esq, Sec.
an. 4, --tf.
The ro:t delight ful ToLiC knowN.
nyeprfect Digen'ion t
Cured ly Sumter Bitters.
,m A ppvtitC
Restored by Suimtr Bitters.
Ctred by- Stimtr Bit terz.
iiLLS A N!) F"EVlt,
Prevented by Sumter Bitters.
'vlelievedl by Stiiter Bitters.
[eaith aid Strent t
Restored by S-inter Bitters.
Cured by Sinter Bi:ters.
ecmelnby thle hi-hest
medical withority in the State.
7h!i popular Toiie and deli-htful
Beverage is for sale by .ii
Druggists atd Grocers.
)OWE. MOISE & DAVIS,
And Wholesale Druggists,
Charleston, S. C.
VOnt sat.E t).:'
IOTTE & Taei%ANT, Newberrv. S. t'.
'eb 1, 5-tf.
THE C0TTON STATES
fe Insurance Comipany
M\(CC). G EOIN IA.
lIE buiness of thi-i,Cmpainy is efcie'
.w t o Li fe 1isurne a lo1:2'.
tgues~t P'oliie ont all the' aproved m2t
)ii. third of the prim ccil its Policoe.
always be given as a loati toi a! pers't:
maiiv'de'ire it. the reby increisinti.: th<n
mnit'of Incsur:ance hor a sm-iilh-r :amounc
as,nor will tetrest be retiaired 02
sw oats, oncly for the first years' ioant.
'he protits or ividentd< will cons'tauntl,
,f ite loae, beneet't thei vahlte of tihh
nof In:1ura4nce' to thiose whlo ha.ve' onT
! srputs fi,ndC.
'iis creit is eb'en b- om," ther ('onsp.
'heseareit y of monec~.y ini t lhe S'' h., it i:
ive , tt5iab iel v demiiand s sitch ai:c ccr
grmetnt. Theii 1 omip.:ny oIf course i.e
itSall ea,hi, wh len the patrty ilu,nrmi i.
or wililing to p:cn it. Thecre is a nothce
re inc the o','r-tinne of ti*' C'a'n l:
tit atten:iont oh pacrtie's s:'e!in.g i,nr
e i part ienta:rly ecll toi, viz : a sucrr'-n
ale. There is but Compuay dciv n;i
:iess here (Carolina: Like) besides' Cotto
tes which give-. a suirrendier v.ahcce.
,Vhec cirlcmtcesC rendelr it tnecessar;
one to abandon ii policy, it. will onl:
tecessarv' for im to cli for his strreci
vale', in' h i n ill be, in mcost e'.tses,fi niie
(9c) per cen:t of all thet mioney lie hi.'
ic tinmakin~g it ablso'l:u'ely iimpossible to
to lose aniything in any ceent. Trhis
host oter (Comip.m tiie give theiiir itnure.
aid p Po:iev for' ana eq'citabile' portiont i
am:OlIoun oioney p:.idi. in cai e oh 112
ider, but not to be pa.id unil theLiy diie.
sthiis jisc ?
'refer the Cottoni States Life Ini.uranc
ica-e its ofmee' is in the centre of tih
'ton Sate's, awcc' mantag'ed b'y good 11inatl
-.;il 'n -- e wel! knolwni to u1.
e.cause it giveis you a good surrende
UC 1 di ca oh your wit hdr.iw-il.
ka:tse it hias uj5i 0.'iii ?clr.ittlee, tic
rest ever giv'en to anyci C'ompanyv, for tht
ucrit of' Poliev holdiers.
e.'ucse it has 6150',t.i ii deposited wi
StaeCs of Southb Crolina aind Geor::i;
the seurity of Poicyi holers, beCsidei
preimtis of twenty-one hundIred P'oli
3eetcase it gives 9ii per cent of aill thi
fits to i:4 P'olicy holders. And
lcase its policies5 are always goodl, an,
id . for as tnanly idefitite parts of thle sf1r
tired as there sh1ill hcave been an:nu.'
m :mls paid.
g Active agen1ts wante.1' to Canvas
h ad South Gjar''lina. Acplv co
L.AV.L &: A !i EY.
ri Aizent- for N.>ribc & i-outhi C.aroli::i
r. 4 '71, l-iv.
iS'orP?. c. WCL.BERN. J7. H. PII:PEE
ENRY BISCHOFF & Co.
AND 11EAl.ERS 'N
GARS, TOBACCO, &C
197 East Bay,
CARLESTON, S. C.
REs GARIEN. F'LowRa. FR1-IT
;B. TREE &' SIIRUBt. AND EVER
E .N S'E}ID. PREP'AID) In MIAIL
Ti! DIREC TI 'Ni F' R CI-LTl'IE
E 1TY-F1'E 1)FlFERE'NT LPA'KAlF
EITHER CL.ASS FOR $1-QU- lill
. LASSES 6.t.
K00O lbs. Evergreen nnid Tree Seed"
>e. Pear. Cherry. &c-: Gr'a"s Seeds: Ileec
h hge. Carrot. lni'fn. 1-qua-h. .TucrniF
iall Vegetable and Flower Secud-, in sma,
r re qu:ites: also.. Smna. F"ruit-, S:tck
ss, hrbs, Rtoses. Tecrbena:s. &c , ti
.i. repai. New Gol.ien BI3'nded .Japa
-, 50e. Priced l)escrip:ive Catatoene see
nyt'plain address. cr.itjic. Agents wante
oosale List to Agzents. Clubcs acid th
de.. Seeds on commi-.i"n.
. [Wtson. Old C-lony Nurseries an
, .. j.. War ..o..e 1y ut. Ms' Etahl
MA N U F.
=Thec now well-known Erl WAN G;
,a-je.j Of Sotub 'arolint. These 1'hosp
to be .rountd to powder, aid made SPlul
operation the lar-est Sulphlrt Acid Ch
tiiufacture at the loweit rates, the hi;
<r the proportioi of Solube Pho,piate v
rtquired per acre. In order to make the
CieUt quantitics are added With the.c
W.arrnnted to cnntain fron 15 to 20 PElt
OF LI. E. m:d from 2 to 2L per cent. of
VIA N GUA NO antI PrASl1, to adapt
$0 per ton, aud interest 7 per cent. per
Of biRh arnde, snitable for Manufacture
tilizr, :inl spciitMy nd.pted for c-impos
to diobve ilv- Phvospi:te. this will be fc
na-eri-0. Pie gradt ftirni0h.d will be fi
P 1i 90 pr to vash. (n titme, 315, %
grades will be furnished to order at an at
CC M P01UN D
Svcci ' prepared for eompo-t;ng with
!;5 p, _n, cash: on time S40, with int
At mur-b lower rate, eonQiktin,- rimply 4
P:ie 20 per ton cash. On ti:tc, 222, ai
W. H. WEBB, I
LIlS(.M11) & ('.ALHOl
A. J. i1ALTIWANGER
N. B.-The percentage of Dis4olved
I ti.vn,[Isascertainled at the W k,
ChA,er he dis: iie. het, mit liy i ri t r n av
1davs: after delivory, and thvy will bw -ti-,
garante"' will he m-:de -td to him bn
I' lI---F"if;y 1ollars per
PaYaw1 1st Novemnber.
R. MOOR MA N & C
.n. 11, 2-:Imo.
.1 ST r'.cei"ted a laurge a.am-tun:
SeteW \ininti, Open F.i\ or Sw
Cl p)ttS.~-French P.1rlir, oh Blh.uek
ble, Gilt Ornmia, l'foewod andt \b
JPgi/L .--God Silver anid
oii descrp'ots: Ev l.'i "U
TI h 1.L E'.-I.;lI-id Si'ver of al
* ritOn .
L' s IiIgr .T' rW EiR -CGold ritn .
-tone- Brooels E'. . r.r::in.,Ne
*GENTEi,:M\lE-' .1 EW EL! Y.-Vest
Gua rl Chi s ji e'l ir and~ S irt Ent:
SPONS.--T I . ie D ert. T ea,
y I g p;- a.- 1 . ,.e:U an r k
*KN IvEI ---DI -'t 1: . tit ter,
PIT'1HE tI . -s andl ('mn
Stans,ii Cake a.., P*-Iew.e S:1am .
M haker-, Ire-u o : , to i - .! i i:--r DiI
(hite d.r No :h of -t it.u Wii:-iut0
Bankuzi Ho'' tai t'ret.
*N ov. '.' 4 --
S(Successor to lDr W . B. McKellar.
Office over McFall & Pool's s:ore, on
A' the old hatineito lef:tunfini-hed ut
corpleted on :he terms s-1 hefore arria
nd eerythi't donve in :he best mann'a
w arranted. Th- na:tronaget e the pub
VCTIRED AT TIIE
STON, S. C.,
S[IL2' IIPSP9!T7 COMPANVe
kNO k rqismnrie!tjre-l from the N:tive Bone Pho%
wates ii thwir na tir.d ta-vare Insoluble, and require
le by Snlpburic Acid: This Company have now in
imbera the South. and are, therefore, able to
ltest gra- of Fertilizer; it bving clear that the great
;ch anv Ferilizr cont.Lin, the leqt the quantity
Fertilizer complete, Ammonia and Potash in suffl
iewvs the Company inanufacture and offier for sale
CENr OF DISSOLVED 1ONE PHOSPHATE
AMMONI\. with - tufieet addition of PERU
it to all cropi. Price $455 per ton, cash; on time,
s or fr lhaiter-. b.-igi in it-elf an excellent Fer
AI i.Lr.-- qi mrii.- of .%ulpharic Acid are ued
td a chea .in.1 c3mvenieti t way to traniport that
oii IS :o 21 pr co.. ) ssolved Bone Phosphate.
ith iere,? at 7 per ceit per annum. Still higher
lition:al pricc per ceinac.
ottol seel and other plantation manures. Price
:rest 3t 7 pIr cent. per annum.
f tihe Nt'ativ one Pai vsphates ground to powder.
id iterest nt 7 per cent. per annum.
BEE & 00.,
Co. 14 A:ce's Tharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Lgent, Newberry. S. C.
N. .\it.. Ninety Six D"jpt, S. C.
\ . ( ha p;wl ieput. S. C.
B-bne Pho-piate of Lnie, :nd Ammonia in all the
b.- C eIn , b-ore d. iivev:. b.hm!d any p ir
. (p1'o :v:y ' rhv e wiThins thirty (30)
1..-1 ! . in de ci-,ncy in the percenigat
FOR !TIES ONOF1811
00 M MTUINIITY
Toni of 2,000~ lbs. at Factory.
pr Toni of 2,000 1bs, at Factory,
1871,. u-i/hout In terest.
UKES & CO.,
E.. N T1 S,
ST ON, S, C.
A .ents at Newberry, S. C.
E & Wf (, S1BIFIEL9,~
COLUMhBIA, S. C
:KAHEAD A SUSUA
-cr AND G;ENT'S
NIW IN STOR.
hThe Largest and Best Stock
(oh - WE Ilv: EVF. OF'FERED TO TIlE
tre N iYC \\.tTofveydcrp
T and i1 1f .llN itwhle ale.
V. x W. r 'WAFFi'rLD,
Iai:nnhi ClothingZ HJoue.
T. cott .. . K:nox.-Peti ion for
:0 Ip.riv: meb idl.ivit :hatm N B.
nox,ti.e e:.:: i.e : i the above~ sLated
cas is. ab:m.en: :n and wiithout the limits
'main of thi :ate, it isordered that :he said de
fe.: do plea. a:'-4wer or demur to these
i Il herre.eE: wiKia sixtv 'l..vs from publi
70- bien hreof. or ord. r pro confesso will be
JA MES C. LEA lY, P. 3. s.c.
Coughs, Colds, &c.
For the Speedy Rell
AND PERMANENT CURE OF
B R ON C H IT IS,
AND ALL DISEABES OF TOE
Lungs, Chest, ot Throa
T HE EXPECTORANT is composed exc7
Hly of IHerba and Rucilaginous prode
Permneate tle verv SuIsfaace of the La
causing them to throw t-ff the acrid matter wl
collects in the BrouchiNl Tubes, and at the P
time f .rmns soothing ci-stiig, relieving the I
tation which pr"duces the cough.
The object to be obtained is to cleanse the
gain of al impuritie-; to nouri-h anil -trengt
It when it has become impaired aid enfeeblet
dipeu-e; to renew and hsivigorite the circulal
of the bliod. nt.d strenzti:en the nervous orgi
zation. Tiee EXIEV7UitANT dces this to
atoi&hing degree. It i.s active but mi'd
congenial, impartine tm.etiiti:al energy and i
are stremgth. It afrords I Oxygen to v talfze
blood, and Nitrogen to assimilate the matter.
It equalizes the "nervous influenc
producing quiet and composure.
It is invaluable. as it immediately relieves
adlcult breathiaig and harassing cough w
atteuds that disesso.
It is a specifto-one doe oftn-rlleving tnt
tressing choking, and-produc'g calm and pl
No mother should ever be without a bottle of
lXPECTORANT in the house. We have nu
rons certificalRaeo its iaving relieved, almost
tantly. the 1kltlet-erter, when death appej
MOTHERS B ADVISE]
Kepe it on Hand !
This dread disease requires prompt action; as s
as the hoarse, hollow coiugh k heard, apply
remedy, and it is easily bubdued;
BU?T DELAY IS DINGEROUS!
C7 The properties of the EXPECTOI.
are demulcent. nuti ti% e, lialsamic. southiug,
hte:lin-. It brace, the iervous .yotem and I
ducets pieisavnt and refe.hing sleep.
1T EXHIIRATES AND RELIEVES GLO
INESS AND DEPRESSION.
Coutaining all these qlialite% in a conven
a:il c-nce:atrated t.tram it has pruveu to bethe
Most iliuable Lung Balse
ever ofrered to sufrerers from rulmonary
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
Sold by Dr::ggists everywhere
Nov. 2.3. 47-6m.
T. P BRODIE I. R. HUDGINS. i H. C. HUDO
BRODIE & COiN
.N'rth A4tlazntic TVharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIBEJR.1L .1DV.1CE.S ffA.
0X CONSIG3.IES TS.
A NDR EW SION DS. Esqul
Pres't 1st National Batnk.
CliRE.ToN, 5. (2.
A pr 6, '70-14-ly.
P. P. TOAL]
CHlARLESTON, S. C.
( Largest and mort complete)
1Ma nufactory of Doors.Sa:-hes, .
C Ilinds. M.u'dingi. &c . in
(the Southern States.
P ITED PillfE LISI DEFIES 0031PETIT
g SEND FOR ONE. .j
SSENT FREE ON APPLIC'ATIN.,
A pril ti. 187'-- 14-1h.
Sash & Blind
The subscriber takes pleasure ini anno
ing~ to thi<~ comnity t hat, haiving~ n
all necessary arrangements, he will be
Sash with and witho
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rate
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct.7~ 41 tf. Neaberry C. H , S.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANI
(Capital 51 000,000)
TH IS GUA NO is now so well known i
the Sou'hern States for Its remarkab!e
fects as an agency for increasing the
due:s of labor, as not to require special.
commendation from us. Its u<e for 6ivey
past has established its character for reli
excellence. The large fixed capital inte
by the Co npany ini this tr.vde, affords
surest guairantee of the continued excell
of its Guano. .1 N R'IBSON.
Selling Agent. Charleston, S.
.TNO. S. REESE & CO., General Agt
Batimore. Dec 283
CUSTO3MERS will take~ notice
I have a full .upply of that g
mtake of AXES oin h:md. andiv fir
loiw. D. 10WEi
NoT. 23. 47-tf.
Phosphate of Lime
FOR COMPOST: NG W:T H C T TON SE
This article is manufactured by the Pa
Guano Company at Charleston, S. C., ua
the Superintendenvce of Dr. St. Julien E
nel. When composted with an equal we
of Cotton Seed. its results have been fc
fully equal to the best standard fertilIzei
Its econom~y must commend it to the n<
of p'anters generally.
For specific directions for compocting
for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSO
Selling Agent, Charleston,
.To. . REESE & CO., General Agents.
Charleston, S. C.
T B0"ED PEE DAY -$ 300
Ts. H .-L BUT TERELD, roprxetress.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
e ~ Money Cannot Buy It!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS !
The Diamond Glasses, en
o, MAVPACTURU ne
Jich ,. I PE CER & O.t N. Y., by
irri Which are now ofered to thepublic, are pro- ba
nounced by all the celebrated Opticians or
or- of the Word to be the
lby MOST PERFECT, us
Ki- Natural, Artifcial help to the human eye ever of
an known. tn
nat- They are ground undertheir own supervision, Itz
the from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
- and derive their name, "Diamond," on account -
,, of their hardiness and brilliancy.
The Scienti4c Principle frc
On wbich they are constructed brings the core
or entre ofthe lens directly In front of the eye. in]
producing a clear ai d dbstrct'vison. as in the
the natural, beathy eight. and preventing all un- O
dch pleannt sensations. -uch as glimmering and M(
waveringCof sight, dizzinessj&c., peculiar to ail
They are MNountod in the Finest Xaner,
In frames of the best quality, of all materials
dis- used for that purpose. no
"S- Their Finish and Durability C
CANNOT BE SURPASSED. no
C.ivTio,v.-None genuine unless bearing their lo
'the trs-e mark stamped on every frame.
M- J, W. MONTCOMERY,
Lred Jeweler and Optician, is sole agent for
D ! From whom they cnn only be obtained. These
goods are not supplied to Pedlers, at any price.
[h isk's Metallic Burial Casu,1
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly ot
hand a full asortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffins
dis- of his own make, all of which hels preparid i
to furnish at very reasonable rates with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by 'l
railroad will have them sent free of charge. .
rA- A Hearse is always on hand and will be
farished at the rate of t10 per day.
Thankful for pa.t patronage, the sub- -
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
IsS. of the sane, and assures the public that
no effort on his part %ill be4p.ired to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. C1A]PMAN Z
Newberry S. C., Jtuv :1.
's CONSUMWRS OF DR9Y GGGD8.
All Retail Orders aimounting to $20
and Over Dlliveredia aniy Part
Eof the country
FREE OF EIP'R!SS CH.A?.ES.
HAMILTON EASTER & SONS,
RE. OF BAL~TIMORE, MD.,
' norder the better to meet the wants of tiwirt
Retail Customers at a di,tan:ce. have e.tab:ihed a .
S.L .1! PL E BU 17LE.1 U.
and di upon app'ication. promprth' setal by
by mail full lines of S-mjdes of the Nev.est r.:'
-- tnost Fshionab'le Giood-. .a' FREN('H. F.NG
"1 IslI and DOilENTIC M ANIiFACI'URE.guur
anteeing at all times to sei! a. low. if L.ot at less
prices, than any house in the Co ntry.
Buy ing our goods from thne lnr.test and mnor t
celebrated mnnut'neturers in lIhe d;itf-rent partn. or t
Europe. and Importing the- same by.Steametsr di- 2-4
rect to Balt:more. our stock i at a-l times promupt- I
ly supptled with the noveltics of the London and
As we buy and sell only for cash, and make no
bad debts, we are able and willing to sell our.
goods at FROM TEN t '10 F PTe.i E E.T.
Lsss Patomr than if' we gave credit. - P.
In sendm2,; for samples specily the kifid of gods
desired. W e keep the be.t grad's of every class.
of goods. from the lowe"t to, tIbe most cos,tly.
Oirders unsecomnpanied by the cash will be sent
C. 0. D).
PRO.\iP'r-PAYING WH!LE).l:AL.E r,:YERi'
n re invited to i:-pect 'he $tock In our Jobbag~
and P'ackage D)epartment. .\ddress.
tlA.11!LJtiN. E.\STIR & S(PNS.
197. 199. 201 and 2.3 W est Ilaimore $t:eet.
Ojct.26. 42-ly. Baltimore,.Md.
TilE BEST PLOW IN USE
-- IPOSSIBL E TO (CHOKE.
w.IN TiIIS PLOW THlE FARMERS IIAVE:
tade TilREE INVALUABLIE
DIPLEMENTS AT TUE PRICE OF ONE
ut PLOW, ROW OPENER AND 6
II ~~OULTER. -
'' What Mr Stringfel low, of Cheser, S.
I. I bought the first Monitor Plow that came
-- in this section, and cannot now do without
SWhat Mr. Ellis. of Griffin, Geo.. says:
Messre. PALXERt & TUaPIN.--I received
through Mr. Ru<. P. Johnson,of' Griffin.one of
your Monitor Plows, which I regard as a de
ncied ormprovemnent over any Plow[Ihave ever
albly adapted to the Cultivation of the soil of t
ef' the South, and most cordially recommend T
pro- them to the Southern Pianter, as the beat
r-and cheapest plow yet offered them. on
ears JAME:S T. ELLIS. ev
stt What Mr. Rabb, of WXinnsboro', S. C. el
the says :
tuc Messrs. PALMER & 1TRPIN: P
C. I have already spoken in favorable terms oi. in
tsyour Monitor Plow, but I must be permated m
n. "gain to expres's my high aporeciation..of its* sit
mer_s.I tried it afew days since on a very
tough. clammy lot, which I was apprehen-' ra
sive I could not plow, and to my surprise it Se
did wh-et no other Plow could have done, go-. CI
~hat inw into it and tearing it up far beyond my
ood expectations. W. S. RABB. -
sale Ask the inearest dealer for Catalogue, and -
to ahow you the Plow.
CHTAS. T. PA LMER,
152% Main st., Richmond, Va.
The above Plow for sale at Factory]
prices, t reight added. by
S. P, BOOZER & CO.
Oct. 5, 40--6m.
ic WwEL.L EEKDER. ZtMMERMAN DAVIS.
S REEDER & DAVIS,
)8 General Commission Merchants, as
CHARLESTON, S. C.
For restoring Gray aIr lo
s natural Vitality and Color
A dressing mb
is at once goo
for preserving the
hair. Faded or
hair is soonir=
to its Origi at
with the -91ii
freshnes of .
Thin hair is thish
-d, falling hair checked, and bald
;s often, though not always, =4e
its use. Nothing can restor' Abe
r where the follicles are destroyed,
the glands atrophied and decayel.
Lt such as remain can be saved fr
,fulness by this application. - tnad
fouling the hair with ausdi
nt, it will keep it clean an =vgrn
occasional use will prevent the har
m turning gray or falling o, aa
1sequently prevent baldnem. Are
m those deleterious substanom wbhi
ke some: preparations dang-roiU.W
rious to the hair, the rW em
[y benefit but not harm it. If wanted
rely for a
ling else can be found so d ak
ntaming neither oil nor dye; is doe
soil white cambrie, and -yet Ij
g on the hair, giving it a rich, gloNY
tre and a grateful perfume.
repared by Dr. . C. Ayer & Co.,
ALCTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CiM_
or s.ile by MoTIE & TARRANT
eCp.7,' -3 - y
des n :no 18Bh i t.Svna
y *t. !:re o . C . -
E. i.. rezL.re, .
woLX Dllars pe Ann..Ito?r!d
4 ages:(~ I, Readin M~aer.
A loaG!i*, A &g~1 CL, 1SWELL,
. D. YATT C.KEN
Tur ty~ 13, 2h- ;.rc,plyo dI
Fik' Fl!oidr I
ry: dTsirableaFsoer anuegt.: s
lag rnes Rnfiedinge paer
ALedRit EVAee HundeOlGin WdEL
A DE. ThemotT bAIKEn'1', e
tructiv Flral Guide P6 b ished . Gr
nhFi~ Edion tuO-ed miard :hndspets.
nsi'l- ooc-English. - - - L U * A.
et-fie~ tik aljlwdary cutmeso"0 se.
tidl1as posbe,.rda wnaithout alaton.
nt. oiall oer ho ordetefor TEN
ed. wich isre hnte hlfe oo Aden
-vn~AdTo eua LO RE OUT
:Br. e tit GouingUl and Thei e
ilan1 teEnl'..- -
This.re ptesatlly oest H t17,ur s.U
udy H ose inbte, ithoru t apiain
nc al t is ro oe r thraemr foan
ekin shemm otrim Fmlitesot Adcans 6r
te i JenE de Rohse,N .