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Wednsday, Sepft li, 18'2,
'OV AEW YORK.
4.1alisi- and otherwise improved
I,omes our,esteemed contemporary, the
)ountiftneer, this week. We are pleased
to seethia-evidence of prosperity on its
part, and hope with the increase in length
adbr6idth,of column, the subscription
list -will keep pace, and its energetic
young editor and publisher reap a
The izasvneU 0=Ventim a Failare.
The Straigbt-out Democratic Conven
tion has come to grief as it should, by
the positive refusal of Mr. Charles O'Con
not to accept the nomination of Presi
dent. It is to be noped that this will be
the last foolish attempt to bring in a
third party, and none but madmen would
have attempted this last. It is said that
the rage of the Grantites-for there can
be no doubt they were at the bott'om of
this so-.alled Democratic venture-was
terrible, and that they rented their dis
pleasure in angry denunciations against
O'Connor, who thus failed to meet thtir
The Charleston News.
This live, go-ahead and spirited pa
per we are pleased to see, is showing
every day signs of success. The last
new sign, and an important one, is a re
moval to new, elegant and commodious
buildings on Broad Street, recently pur.
chased and fitted up at considerable cost
by its energetic editors and proprietors.
We are indeed pleased to see this evi
dence of their prosperity, and recognize
it as a mark of the high appreciation of
the numerous patrons of the paper. The
description of the buildings leave no
doubt that they are at once ornamer'al
and well adapte:1 to the necessities of the
business done by the News. The city
of Charleston and the State is ably rep
resented by the News, in all useful, law
ful and honest interests.
The Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens.
This is the title of a neatly printed
book of 100 pages from the press of E. J.
Hale & Son, publishers, Murray St.,
New York, price 50 cts. It is compiled
-and alphabetically arranged by F. G.
DeFontaine, and will be followed by 6ive
other numbers, to make a volume of
* about six hundred pages. Under the ti
ties will be found the most beautiful as
* well as appropriate extracts from the
works of the greatest novelist and de
lineator of character that the world ever
produced. We know of nothing better
suited or more acceptable to the millions
of admirers of Charles Dickens, than this
book of "itest Thoughts," andt no libra
ry or table wi-ll be complete without it.
A compilation of this kind has been long
needed, and to Mr. DeFontaine be the
* honor. Send to the publishers, Messrs.
E. J. Hale & Son, New York, for a copy.
Bank at Uhian.
The Times says that at a meeting held
on the 21st August, stock to the requi
site amount being subscribed, the "Mer
chant's and Planters' Bank of U7nions S.
C."was organized, with the following
- William Munro, B. D. CuIp, Josiah
* Foster, T. B. Jeter, H. L. Goss, A. H.
Foster, F. M. Farr, W. C. Harris and
At a mneeting of the Directors of the
Bal3nk the following officers were elected :
PresidIent, William Munro ; Vice-Pres
ident, Thomas B. Jetcr ; Cashier, E. R.
Wallace; Finance Committee.---The
President, W. C. Hart is, H. L. Goss and
A. H. Foster.
- The capital stock is sixty thousand
dollars, with privilege to increase to a
sum not exceeding two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars.
Granges--The Farmers' Need.
On the first page of this week's issue
ipresented two extracts, taken from
speeches made before the Green Moun
tain Grange, St. .Johr.sbury, Vt., the en
tire speeches being too voluminous for
our columns. Thecy embody the practi
cal benefits which must accrue from the
formation of a sy-stemn of co-operation
such as this, and are sufficient for the
present purpose in showing some of the
e.ecessities of co-operation among aigri
culturists. Scarcely four years have
elapsed since the idea was first mooted,
yet it has already grown into sir.e and
strength. and is still increasing with re
mnarkable speed. The idea was first
suggested in the fall of 1866, in one of
the committee rooms of the National
Capital, and was discussed and shaped
and worked out during the year follow
ing, before being brought before the
minds of the people as a living, active
thing. I: is a little singular, too, that
before that time something of this kind
had not been thought of or rather, had
not been put into practice, yet so it was,
although almost every other rank or
branch of useful calling were having
their unions, associations, trades, &c.
Such is the fa-t, however, and only now
is the subject being understood and the
necessity felt. Of the entire population
of the United Statns, ov'er two-thirds are
cultivating the soil, or depe:ndent on
those who are doing so, an-! hence co
operatin among this class will event u.
ally work out itamense results. In tbc
1h in the South itis yet its infan
cy, but judging from its growth here in
the past few months, it is fair to pre
sume that it will with rapid strides soon
assume important proportions. We be
lieve that there are already eight Granges
in this county, the first of which we be
tieve, was instituted at Pomaria, and
from those we have conversed with, it is
learned the plan of working and ob
jects designed, are highly satisfactory.
But we will say no more than refer the
reader to the extracts alluded to.
Some months ago the idea was pro
sented to the citizens of this County,
that a fitting tribute to the memory of
our honored Confederate dead be erected
by subscription-the cost not to be too
great, and to bo in keeping with the iim
poverished times. Some action was ta
ken upon the suggestion by a few active
citizens of Pouaria, (and perhaps of oth
er sections, we know not to the contrary)
and among the number certain of our
noble ladies. Subsequently an appeal was
made, emanating from Pomaria, abking
for aid, and that a meeting be called to
push the matter to a successful issue.
Nothing has been done since then, how
ever, and we are reminded once more of
the duty we owe not only to the noble
fathers, husbands, brothers and sons who
fell in that lost cause, but to ourselves
who survive. A monoment should be
erected to perpetuate their neury.
An excuse may be offered for the want
of action, during the past Spring and
Summer, in that nearly all business was
broken up, and no man felt like contribu
ting to any cause, however good it may
have been, but that should not be felt as
an excuzc now. Business is beginning
to revive, we have the prospect of boun
tiful crops, and money will not be quite
so scarce as it has been. Then, too, we
consider that it is not proposed to erect
an elaborate, or costly shaft, but rather
a neat, substantial and cheap one, the
whole to cost only about $1,000. Surely
this sum can be quickly raised. Three
or four hundred of it has been already
promised by Pomaria, through Capt.
Dickert. The call alluded to was signed
by a number of sympathizing, warm
hearted ladies, and we suggest, in the
absence of a meeting, although one is
very essential, that the ladies take con
trol of this worthy esterprise, and rest
not until the amount necessary is raised
by individual subscriptions. Right here
we see the necessity of a meeting, that
suitable persons may be appointed to act
as Secretaries, and Treasurers in each
precinct of the County. This town
should take an active part in it, for the
reason especially, that the monument
will be erected somewhere in its limits.
Let us hear from some one right away.
Since putting the above in type, thle
communication signed X. Y. Z. has been
received. We gladly give it a place
for it is pointed and earnest, and will, we
have no doubt, awaken a response. The
writer is mistaken, bowever, in think
ing that non-action on the part of New-I
berry village arose from the reason men
tioned, viz: because the call emanated
from Pomaria. Oh, no ; are we not flesh
of one flesh? The troubles-X. Y. Z.,
the troubles-this is the reason. We
hope the ladies will call a meeting.
ExGov. Perry on the Two Caudidates for the
Gov. B. F. Perry, in response to an in.1
vitation to be present at the Natioral
Peace Reunion at Louisville, on the 11th
and 12th of September, concludes his
letter as follows :
The election of Horace Greeley, which
-is now as certain a,, any future event can
be, will not only restore good feelings
between the two sections and the two
races, but it will restore the Constitu
tion, the rights of the States, the sacred
ness of human liberty, honesty, justice,
and purity in our Government. How
anv on'- who is not an offce-holder, 0!
the friend of an otfice-holder, can prefer
General Grant with his past administra
tion to Horace Greeley, is to me passing
strange, if he has the welfare of his coun
try at heart. Greeley is a civ ilian and
Grant is a military chieftain ; Greeley is
a statesman of enlarged, comprehensive,
and patriotic views ; Grant admits that
-e has "no policy"-in other words, no
statesmanship-and his measures prove
it. Greeley is an honest, pure man. so
acknowledged by all ; Grant has receir
ed gifts and appointed the givers to the
highest positions in his Cabinet. Lord
Bacon, the wisest, greatest of mnankinzd,
was impeached and disgraced for receiv
ing gift.s from serv-itors in his court,
though in every case he decided accerd
jing to law. Greeley will have around
him the purest and ablest men in this
republic; Grant is surroair.ded by cor
rupt and unprinc-ip!ed men, who shape
all his measures. In his negotiat ion with
reference to Santo Domingo, Grant set
at defiance the Constitution and law of;
nations and usurped the war powers of
Congress, and then condescended to lob
by his measures before the Senate, and
offer to bribe Senator Schurz with his
po er of patronage ! Greeley has bee
'in favor of conciliation ever since the
surrender of General Lee, and has de
nounced in the strongest terms the
thieves and rogues who have been plu n
dering the Southern States. Grant pro
fessed to be for peace. but his measures
have been anything else, and he has sus
taned with his by3 onets the corrupt of
ficials who have been stealing from the
war-worsted States. I might continue
the comparison, but enough has been
said to show the great difference bet ween
,the two candidates for the Presidency,
and which the interest of the country de
mands we sihould elect.
I am, with great respect, yours truly,
&c. - B. F. PERR Y.
THE ArtrNE R4u.RoAD.-The tra.ek
has been laid on this read seven miles
east, and seven miles west froni Spar
tanburg. We have received the pre
mium list of the Fair of the Carolinas to
be held October 22d, at Charlotte, N. C.
From this, we see that the road will be
completed to Charlotte by that time, and
articles intended for exhibition n ill be
carried free ; p'issage half price. On the
Charlotte en.d, the road is finished to.
Broad River, about 26 miles from this:
place.. We are informed that next week
a regular train will run from Broad
River to Charlotte. Our people are
greatly rejoiced that this great enter
priec is so our its corupletion.
- enxeral lieWB-1;ems.
A chid's hand wa" found in a sausage at
Councii Bluffs, Iowa. Dent belie-:e it.
Since .he iubil-e, sto had run so en
tircv nusie-mad itlt its men -ear brass
On their hats.
An Iowa woman recently cut fourteen
acres of wheat. in a <Ly With a p.ent
Brigham Young isreported to have sixty
eight hving children.
A pair of twins were born recently in
Tennessee,.joiced :ogethr itt,- the manner
of the Siamese twins.
Six thoisand one humidred and seven per
sons dr:nk t the Ci:n :aii
tain dinng tenty-four :urs :
A cubic inch of gnld is v:orth i n. A
million dol'ars i gnid, :ecmdi:g in, te
figures at the mint, weigh just about two
The eaze.piVar is busly at wor. on Et.
Helena Islarid. Several C- tha heavicst
planters h:a-% got them in t tir tilds.
RAiI falis m1ot or le-s WTmos ' e':er .1V
Mrs. Poieov, t*; wife oC)th- K' :sa
Senator, recently s,:,t a l,i ! t'le %%ife
of evrv Clergyman i:1 :h Sza:. A c!.rgy
mlan at Topeka sen:. th money back n ith
tie words: "No, si yo:i can't buy lily
vote. m going to give it away to 1orace
New Orlea::s exported, dur Ig tie last
fise.d year. gooik to the vale of 993~i,
081, a gain of .i,000,060 over tile previous
year, and about one-sixth of the entire ex
ports of the United S%Ites.
The kio,000 bet which was advertised in
the Daily News columns for s%v:ime was
taken a: Sara:oga by Joseph Monhoinier on
behalf or four of five gentlemen. One
thousand dollars forfeit v:as plce-! :n i e
h:nds of John Morrissey. The renaitIer
will be put un on the day before the 'daine
ires in the timber of the East mountains
of Utah are stili raging furioisdy, :::d : are
very disastrous to the inltevrest of tie te rr i
tory. Similar tidings come from Ore.run
and Washingten Territories. where the fires
are makin;, sad havoc with the "forest
primeval." The work of a century is over
thrown in a day Iy te carelessness or
villainv of men. Government does little
or no-hing to replace the lost treasure, and
the whole country :,O!ers froin the i aiton
sacrifice of timber. By tlhe tim!e we are
readv to attend to our shipping interests
the wen"th of the forest-, will fail vs.
PArnTO'S LmE or &Z::LEY.-Now that there
is every probability that Mr. (reeley will be our
next President. a truthful hitory of his life
becomes a matter of highect interest :nd linpor.
tance lo overy citizen.
It is therefore most fortunate that we have such
a book from the able and impartial pen of-James
Parton. the well known essayist and bio.;rapler.
Any life of G eeley that is likely to be put for
ward now, got up under the prese of present
political excitement, will be liable to the charge
f partisanship. It is the .reat merit of Mr.
Parton's work that, having been written without
any intention of miking it subserve a political
purpose, it presents an impartial view of the
important events of Mr. 0 reelcy's c areel.
The woik is a profoundly interesting one; and
a0ide from the attention now devoted to Mr.
Greeley, arising from his present candidacy, the
mere story of his wonderful and singnlar career
-his ear;y life, its poverty, its hardships. and his
precocious developement under it; his life na I
printer's apprentice at East Poultney Vt ; his
Pourney to western Fensylvnia. his arrival in
New York almost penniless and alone his steady
progress, first as a journeyman printer. thren
as editor, until his establishment ofthe New York
Tribune; his success in building up the Tribune
as it were otit of his own brains. until it beca me
the mott powerfuljouruatl ini A merica; his subse
:uent career as one of the most actiwe, influen,.
tial, honest and best abnsed men ot' h is time-all
this, as graphically told by Mr. Partoni, is val
uable reading at aiiy time; and particularly
valuable to young men as an example of what
can be accomplished, by integrity utnd devotion
to honorable pursuits.
The narrative is brought down to the prcsent
tIme, giving a history ofMr.Greeley's connection
with the bailing of Jefferson D.ti-is, his vie ws on
reconstruction. etc.- aud closes with an account
of his nomination, and letter of acceptance.
It is i'uablish;ed by tihe NAyION AL l-BLISH
ING CO., of Atlanta, who want agents in eve ry
Tuta Setre: or HIu:A.ltn for September
contins a large amount of pr.aetical matter.
Popular Physiology, profuse!y illustrated;
Diseses of the Eye, with most accur.ite ii
lustrationes ; also artie!es on time idifferent
M1edical Sy-stemis ; Editoii.tls on tile C'holera,
Hay-Fever ; Mud Baths ; E!eatro-Magnietism,
and Killing no Murtder, as shownt ill the
Fisk-Stokes case. As nsual, the depatrt
ments otn Agricuiture, to Correspondents,
and Voices of' the P'eople are fulil of infor
mation. All interested in the subject of
health should become snseriibers. Prie
$d.00 a year ; single numbers 20 .-ents. S.
R. Weclls, Publisher, 389 Broadway, New
SOUTHEaRN CULTIVATOR, the September
number of which is receive]J, gives notice
that Mr. W. L. Jones, one of the old proprie
tors atnd editors, has now assumed the entire
control, havring resi:tned his P'rofessorship in
the University of Georgia so that he may
give the paper is entire time and talent.
The Cultivator has ever been a favorite, and
never has lacked in any essential vet. and
now thant its able edi:or wiil devote nil of his
energies to it, we are confident that it w ill
be more interesting, useful and popular than
ever. Tihe Cultivator is only s2 a year, and
can be subscribed for at this office, or by ad
dressing W. L Jones, Athens, Ga.
OUR PET.-This is the name of a ne-t
spicy little paper found amongourexchanges
this week. It is published at Chiarlotte, N.
C., by Mrs. Addlie Paul, its talented editress
The number before us is not only handsome
ly gotten up, but is admirably well filled.
We commend ''Our Pet," to every house
hold. It is only $1 a year.
WurTvNsY's M'sicAr, GUEsT for Septem
ber is teceived. This choice musical montl-.
ly presents many interesting and valuable
features, both in literature and music. It is
only SI per year. and cheap enongh to be in
reah of everybody. Address W . W. W hit
ney, Toledo, O.hio.
"FoR EvERBODY"-hright, handsome,
readable, the August number is to hand.
The engravings are very spirited and truth
ful, and we commend "Elvery body" to every
body wiho wants a fresh and beautiful pape
for 52. Address HI. H. Sage, Bufftalo, N. Y.
Peterson's Ladie's Magizine for October,
ist recived, is f resh, piquant and spicy.I
t is the ladies' delight, and can be hadfr
2 by addressing C. J. Peterson, :-osM Ches
nut St., Philadelphia.
OR MONTHLT, at paper for christian fami
les, published at Clinton, S. C., 50 ets. per
untm. September numiber riecived, con
tents variedi and interesting.
ColLI.STON BETwEEN BLANToN DuNcAN
AND A LoctsvILLE PIlTsicrAN.-Louisville,
September 2.-This afternoon in the
rotundta of the Gait House, Colonel
llanton Duncan casually interrupted a
onversation between General George A.
Juster, who is here to attend the open
ng of the Exposition, and Dr. J. M.
Kehlar, a promitnent physician of the
it. A sharp conversation ensued, in
the course of which Duncan declared that
he had been offered half a miihon dollars
y the Gree4ley party to break up the
Custer recsponded: The other party
must htve ohfered more thant t.hrt, and
that lhe could priove that D)uncan had
said that the whole thing was a barg'ain
d a sale, and if he was to be sold, he
uould sell to the patrty that would pay
the higihest price.
Dncan res.ponded and said that Cuns
ter's inforime.it was alar
Dr. Kiel'ar said I am responsible for
the st.temenit, and demtand a retraction.
Dunmcan r-eb:sedi, when Kellar struck
:i vi.dlently in the face.
Duncan ree!ed, bunt did not fall, catch
ing by a chair, with wh ich he attempted
to strike Dr. Kellar. Several bloirs
ased w.hen thc pa--es were senara
For the Hert!d.
Care for Cancer.
' he following letter ree.ive:1! is oree,
with reque-t to publish for the beet of the
aftlictetl. will explain itself: a nd if the rem
edy is as effectual with othcrs as with the
writer, the information v;iil e received with
MIEsS. EDITORs:--f wisb to .eli how I
cured my cancer witho-at pain or money.
Eight years ago a cancer came on my nose;
it zr.w slow for several yers; the last two
t I.ew very fast; it became frightful; it be
gau to eat out my left eye. I had paid hun
Ircds of dollars, and tried doctors from far
and near, without fining relier. Finally, i
1)cgan to drink wild tea, puting the tea
grounds on my caicexr every night as a poul
tiec. In six weeks my cancer was cured. I
am 62 years old. I gaye this remedy to ser
rol that had cancer, and I know of two that
have been enred since. I believe wild tea
grows over the country generally on high
lands. CHARLE',S YARI)LEY,
For the lerald.
MEssas. EDITonS:-Some time ago I no
ticed with pleasure, the proceedings of the
"'omaria Monumental Association." The
"Association" made a touching appeal to
other sections of the county for co-operation
and assistance. Why has not the call heen
responded to? Was it berause it came from
PIOM.RIA Why does Newberrv village,
the home of Nance. Rutherford, and a host
of others who feil in the front, remain so si
lent? It is intended that the Monnment be
erected in or near the village. adding no lit
tle to the beauty and name or* the place, and
being at the same time a lating tribute to
our dead soldiers. Why are the ladies of
Yerberry viiiage inactive, while those from
the country are struggling so hard to raise
the amount required to place this beautiful
Monument at their doors?
Ifyou sympathise with the cause, help
those who are already engaged.
The Monument CAx be built,;and SIOULD
be built now. Soon it will be too late. Al
ready I fear that the names of some are for
gotten : so let us work while there is time.
The daughters of Virginia visit annualiv
the graves of the dead (and great many our
own) and decorate theirgraves with flowers
tind evergreens, as a SMALL token of their
esteem for the true and brave; and while we
of Newberry are denied the privilege, we
can do mORE than spread mere GARLANDS,
we c.LN erect a Monument, aud preserve for- -
ever their names. Ladies, remember your
patriotism and devotion during the unhappy
v,.ar, and (10 not forget or neglect your duty
If a half dozen patriotic ladies of Newerry
take the matter in hands, the task will soon
')e accomplished; and withovt their personal
aid and influence, I fear there will be a fail
ure. Call a meeting, ladies, and form a
County organization, in which all will help
and participate. X. Y. Z.
[For the Herald.
Nothing prompts me to write this unpre
tending piece but the sympathy I feel for suf
fering humanity. Having long been a great
sufferer myself, and having lonig practiced
my profession in Mississippi and in this
State, I oughtt to know how to talk to poor
fellow sufferers. I could bring before you
many cases, but I best know my own. I was
a healthy, happy man np to the secondI year
of outr late war, duting that year I was attack
ed wvital Rheumatalgia, which, at the end of
one year, left me in a shattered state, weak
and nervous. I tried many medicines, visit
ed several watering places with but little
beneficial results. Recently I visited Wil
liamston Springs, and I can lay my hand
upon my heart and with triumph say, the
water has relieved me more than all the reme
dial agents I have tried. When I went to tile
Springs I was pale, emaciated, dejected, (his
pirited. I now have color, have gained flesh
and( strength, ciwi have a higher flow of mani
mal spirits than I htave had for years. The
analysis of the water is before mc, hut you
want to know theC effects of it on the system:
!t gives color, has a robust effect ,gives tone
to tihe stomiach, ridles over constipation, reg
ulates the bowels, b)utlds up the nervous and
muscular strtucture, gives strength, acts as
an alterative, purifies the blood, will not
hlurt victims to diarrh<ea or consumption,
taken in time will benefit either. Antd now
allow me to say to you, poor fellow sufTerers,
leave your melancholy surroundings, leave
the saddening scenes of your affliction antd
misery, come to the pure air of Williamston
and "drink of tile waters of life." "Not like
thme waters of Tantalus, alluring but to es
cape as you approach to grasp them." No,
it is always there in. its crystal purity and
eauty, smiling as you approacht, conscious
of its power to benefit. Let us thank our
Maker, giver of all good gifts, for such a gift
in such a climate, and hope and pray soon to
meet in the pleasant shades around the foun
tain of health.
Yours in sympathy;
Rt. C. B.
Wu..LMt-ros, DEt.., September 4.--The
election in thlis city gives heavy D)emo
cratic gains. Joshuta L4. Simons, D)emno
rt, is elected mayor, by over 100) ma
jority. 'This is the first Detmiocratic
mayor since 18GO. There na Republi
can loses in every ward.
Lot;svi.l.E, September 4.-It is gene
rally understood that O'Conor's notnina
tion is determined upon, with his own
letter and record as the only piatforni of,
p:inciples. Tihe mrembers say they ar
holding hitm bound to perumit the use of
his name, to give practical force to thei
protest against thle Baltimore conhittOn
and surrender of Democratic pirir.eip le.
LrEt.-Charles O'Corror ws no.i
nated by acclamation.
An.n WYomrr.-Thne armyv warm i
great nmbers have made their sppea
ance: in our village, attacking the gar
dns and doing considerable da:nage to
vegetation. Thlese wvortms, so far how
ever, seetn to confine their ravages to
the young t urtmps and grass. We hav-e
heard of some complinmt, also, by the
farming commnity of these destrumctive
visitors. We learn they have attacked
the cotton fields in one or tw-o sections
of the County, but so far, no datage,
has been don,e.--Laurensville Herald.
F.u.sr. .ts HlELLt.-ThiS seeins to have
been quite a favorite expression with
the speakers in the recent Republican
conventions at Columbia. We would
poitely suggest that sotme of these par
ties maiy possibly be convinced of thme
dread reality of such a phi:ce w hetn it will
be forever t~oo late. Upon the principe
f "theO eternal fitness of things," weC
should thi!nk the most subborn infideI
would admit th;at there ought to be such
a place.-Abbeville Medium.
A New Oricans youth thought he
would commit suicide, and accordingly
jun'ned into the river. Finding it too
cold' for comfort, he changed his tmind,
swam ashore, and scrambled upon a dock,
wence ho viewed with much interest
the efforts of the police and citizetrs to
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ALL WHO ARE INDLTED
TO 1111 HERALD!
Settle! Settle! Your Dues! )aes!
Settle!Settie! Settle! Yvur laes! Dues' ine.
-ep. 11, 37-3r.
Divine service may be expected at St.
Luke's Church next Sin luy, on which woeca
sion Rev. P. B. Stevens will address the con
gregatiofj iiibeh:df of the Avanement So
We acknowklede receipt of Descriptive
Catalogue. and Price List of Trees, Flowers.
Shrubs, &c., from the luoulgton Nursery
ot F. K. Plnix, McLean Co., Ill. Send for
one of eacl!.
MUsT B. SOLD-Tei elegant, fashionable,
and large stock of Ciothing, &c., of the Mes
srs. Swaffield, Columbia, at great reduction,
to make room for hiter purchases. Remd ad
ver:isement; it means biz.
TVAT BRIDGE.-IS it never going to be re
pair-ed and made safc forcrossing-we allude
to the oft mentioned railroad bridge. It is
now impassable, and a sore inconven!Cinc
:A travellers. We understand that mbnlwer
has long ago been ordered.
WOOL.-Attentiot is invited to the card in
another column of Messrs. It S. & J. W.
Goodgion, whose factory is completely ftted
and prepared for carding in a superior man
ner. All hat is zecessary is to leave the
wool at Messrs. Mayes & Martin's. and in
the shortest possi-olc time ;t wil! be returned
in apple pie order.
"It takes money to run a newspaper as
well as any other business, and no papcr
succeeds financialv that carries on a dead
head system. Any mention of the people's
affairs they wish to see in print, is worth
paying for, and when printed is gener.lly
a good as 'any other investment of the same
PCBLIC SCHOOLS (PE.-We are request
cd by C:1pt. Jesse C. Smith, Commissioner of
Free Schools. to state to all parties interested,
that the Public Schools in Newberry County
ere opened on the first of September last.
Any further information relative to future
proceedings caln be obtained by applying to
Capt. Smith, who is always to be found in
QUARTERLY CONFERENCE.-Tblc Third
Qurterly Confrence of the Methodist Sta
tion Church at Newbzrry, was held on Sat
urday and Sunday, the Plresiding E'der, Rev.
enry 'Mood, officiating. The exerciscs du
ring the whole occasion, including the ad
ministering of the Sacrament to a large num
her of communicants, were impressive and
interesting. In thle afternoon of Sunday,
the P'residing Elder addressed the children of
the Church and a large numbler of attentive
adult listeners. We regret to say, that the
pastor, Rev. J. A. Mood, was prevented by
indisposition from taking p art in the Sab
A BLARSTED SIIM E.-The Columbia Pho
nix tells of an outrage committed in that
city: A descendant of 11am having an aippe
tite for ham and eggs called for the same at
a stall in the market, but was furnished w:ith;
beef steak and rice instead. The hungry'
man dlemurred, whlen a colored p'liceman
was called up who made the unfortunate
dlarkev eat what had been furnished whether
or no. Perhaps he was a bolter, and this
may have been don't by order of the Rting.
Anyhow it is the hardest case yet heard of.
Surely if his appetite cravedl ham and eggs,
and not beef, stars and clubs had no right to
interfere. Where's your boasted liberty ?
So PLEASANT -It is pleasant to knowt that
Agassiz has found a few species if gastero
pods, fourteen kinds of shinederur, inelnding
an euryeal, fifty specimens of oph luraus, ad,
to crown the whole. a large heClitster.
Next him September marchedl eke en foot,
Yet was he hloary, laden withl thle spoil
O' harvest riches, which he made his boot,
And hiim- enriched withl bo-.tnty of the soil.
In huis one hand, as fit for harvest toll,
He held thle knife-hlood, and in the other lband
A pair of weights with whitch hie did assoil
Both more and less, where it in doubt did
And ca.nal gave to eachl as jus:iee duly scan
COUNTRY RlOADs.-Thtere arc two old time
affairs, says the Watchman and Reflector,
which should be revived and k-ept in~ faithful
oleration in our country- towns- -guide-boards
at all blirnd places on the public thorough
fares, so that a strager can go from on
own to another and make long journey
without losing hlis way; there are few things
more atggrava tig to a tired traveller than to
come to a "fork in- the road" and find no
gud-board; try it once yourself. The other
old-fashioned custom is that of watering
roughs at convenient places by tile road
side. that the weary horse mayv refre'h him
self. Thlese are compatratively stmall things,
lt they are important. and our rural people
ean scarcly do wi.ser or better deeds than
putting up gnlide-boairds and watering
togb; a few trees set out by the latte
would in :a short time make a grateful shlade
to man and beast.
Sr. Lura' Cttrncn.-Otn Sunday last,thre
iigt Rlev. W. II. W. Hiowe, Bishlop of the
E~picopal Diocese of S. (.., having paid is
annul vitsit to this portion of his pastorate,
i tIe morning proceeded, after the holy rite
of baptism by the pastor. liev. E. R. Mliles,
to teC administration of ther Lord's Supper,
and at night to the work of conairmatiotn.
The morning serv-iceS being neessarily
long, at the close of tile ante-communion and.
banisal serv Ces, the Bishop offered a few
earnest reflections from tile following pas
sage in the Epistie for the day-"But God
forbid that I shotnld glory,'' &c., and at
night preachled from tile text-"Lord save
ts; we peris!." W~hile a clear and close an
alysis and line of reasonling pervades the
strucre of the subje1C't treated by Bishop
[I ow.-aikintg thc :argumnent botht strong
and satifying, its chief charm is found in
the sweetly-persuasive, gentle and serious
air of the speaker. This sermon was :s "fra
ratnt as ointment poured forh.'
A t the close of the sermn three ladies and
votnth were confir me.!. Tite service wins
ipress:v. The remnaris by :he Cishop to
the confirmed, relative to the primitive cus
om of the laying on of hands, &c., were
most happy and con,olat.:r:.
We regret that the f.:tigu:e felt by theC
Bhp owing to his atiutous duties during
this very warm weather, prevented him from
aain occupying the pulpit. He leaves New
b.... tay ener.rten i Chuch at 1nolrI
A DIPiE PoIN.-e tOnsandd&e
bating societies are now engaged in discus;
ilg the question-when are bores the most
troublesome, but there are so many spran
gles to the question that there is no saying
when it will be settled. Some will have it
that it is in cold weather. and when the bore
occupies the hest place at ones fire, others
contend that they are worse in summer, when
the thermpmeter is high. :nd flies are thick
-and when they stick closer and longer than
a brother; the editorial members of theze so
riet' think they are one hundred per rent.
w'or.: shet: tiey take po-ession of the daiy
mail, and lead straight through wi:h running
eonnents on wha: strikes their o. int.
It is hoped thagt the question will be answer
ed by Christnas next. The araumients are
t; be published :!o. as it is thought the snie
of the book will be large enough among that
interesting cahs alone to yield a hiands,ome
profit. We wl::t a f-V conies fOr distribu
:ion in this town.
UNEARTHED.-On Wedne4tayv las:. our
worthi-:,wnr marshal. Mr. M i!!r. while su
petrinitending a digging on the side-walk
near-Mr. P. Scott's dwelling, where wa, to
be laio a gutter, had his attention called to a
granite slab or post which one of his amend
ments had just exhumed. Like Mr. Pick
wick o!'old, lie made a close examination,
and found to his unspeakable delight, as well
as surprise. that a hieroglypbhic X was in
scribed on one side of it. Who piaced it
tere, and when? troubles him no itle.
Does it cover some long hidden mystery, or
is it a requieseat in pace over the bones of
an ancient? Alas, lie knows not. The old
est inhabitant knows n'ot: and we have no
antiquarian society to muddle their heads
over it. Sonme one who has no respect for
anteiiuvian things or folks, says that it was
placed there by a former owner of the prop
erty nearoit the di,covery-Mr. Dave Amick
-about 20 years ago. But that is all bosh;
for what dues the X mean? and finaily.where
did it come from ?
GOOD 3ANNErs.-Boys and girls, here is
a parngraph especially for you. Read it,
ponder on it, and profit by it:
"Young folks Abould be mannerly. How to
lie so is the question. Many a good girl and
boy feel that they can't behave themsel"es
in the presence of company. They feel timid.
bashful and self-distrustful the moment they
are addressed by a stranger or appear in
company. There is but one way to get over
this feeling, and acquire easy and graceful
manners; that is, to do the be.st they can all
the time at home, as well as abroad. Good
manners are not learned by arbitrary feach
ing so much as acquired by habit. They
grow upon us by use. We must be courte
ous, agreeable, civil, kind, gentlemanly and
womanly at home, and then it will become
a kind of second nature to be so everywhere.
A course, rough manner at home begets a
babit of roughness which we cannot lay off
if i-c try when we go among strangers. The
most agreeable people we have ever known in
company are those who are perfectly agree
able at home. Home is the school for all
good things, especially for good manners.
CHAPTER OF INTEREST.
A soiree or hop is announced for this Wed
nesday evening, at Mayes & Martin'~s Hall.
See new advertisements-Shteriff's Sales,
Commissioner's and Probate's notices, &c.,
By reference to advertisement it will be
seen that the passenger schedule of the
Greenville & Columbia R. R. has been
D)id you see our Dolly Varden last week?
He had on a full suit-jacket and pants and
spurs-lhe was a most proper looking amend
Johmn has gone to New Yoink, as have also
many others of our enterprising merchants
two or three who started earlier have already
got back. Biz. will soon commence, and
ourt people wsill be lively.
The turnip crop must necessarily be short,
in consequence of tihe protracted heat an,d
scarcity of ratin; cows are fatiling in milk and
lookitng thin, poor things, but they are doing
their level best.
We forgot to mention before that the flea-!
binten mare. who tigtured in the overland~
route to Glenn's Spring, is once more at
home. Shte is doing well. S. has gone to
New York by water.
The heated term is again in full blast
Saturday and Sunday last were two of the
hottest days of the season--a shower now
would be highiy acceptab!e, for ntot only is
htmatnity melting, bttt vegetation is burning
Improvements are gtoing on in every diree
tion. Sidewalks are being repaired-Mar
sha:l Miller, the grey mule -not the old club
foot-cart and driver, and a host of dirt
throwers, are as busy as bees. Houses are
being painted, stores being metamorposed,
and things generally looking up. while cot
ton is king-at 183 at present writing.
A slight mistake was made last week in
the statement that one hundred and eighty
six thousand and twenty-cightt hales of cot
ton were sihipped from this port, duriug the
year ending Sept. ht;it should have been
eighteent thousand, six hundred and twen:y
eight, Instead. Mistakes will happen in the
best regulated families.
O)ur Plhotographie Ga:llery- is in full blast
for the season, and everything ready to give
the citizens of Newberry handsome and
truthful pictures. The artist, Mr. Wiseman,
keeps thoroughly posted in all that relaces to
his art, and gives satisfaction. Rlenew yonr
acquaintance with him, reader, for times'
changes matke new pictures necessary.
J'Te Post Otfiee is beginning to put on a
buiness look. Since removing to present
roomy location, P. M. P. has developed con
siderable taste in fixing up. in thtis lhe htas
been largely assisted by the crippled soldier
who acts as assistantt. The delivery window
arrangement is a marvel of ingenuity-this
was wholly designed and executed by the
"sohier"-to wvhom be the praise.
"IJs it time to hunt yet ?" so asked a little
shaver as lie slippetd nimbly io the san c-I
tumt on Thursday last, 11 o'clock, a. in.. the!
sun shining fierceiy, thermometer itn the
nineties. '"Almost, sonny, about 12 m. will
be the nicest time of thte day," replied the
table.'' Sonnie had an eye to the law.
On and after October the 15th, says the
new law, partridges and the like can be kill
cd with impunity.
Capt. Speck, at the Newberry Jewelry Es
ablishmuent, is once more at home, and the
adies especially will be pleased to learn that
u has a superb assortment of bijou articles,
dandsome charms, elegant ear and finger
:iugs, besides watches, chairs, broaches. &c.
fhis stock is decidedly the handsomest and
cst that hats ever been exhibited in New
erry, and we advise all persons having
cash to cut a dasht," to examine the Cap
:ain's assortment at once.
With feelings of sadness we announce that
Iessrs. Loveclace & Wheeler have left the
shadowofthte HIerald's wing, that is, in or
her to consolidate thueir business, they have
emoved their D)ry Goods Stock down to
heir large store room next to the Messrs.
hick. So long have these enterprising1
nerhants been near us that we are loath tol
live them up. May their shadows never
pow less, but rather increase and reacly out
JIn etbe twe thet A Mr1e the wef
Very little money has been seen in this of
flee since sale-day last-and not much then,
bat still enough to give cause for hope that I
more was cominz. We rezret tl;is has not C
been realized. Come in, frL.zd, pa:rens
and citizens. Don't wait for s:4i-d:tv in
October-for its nip and tuck just now--Is:
whenever -ou sell a ba:e of cot:on. renie;
ber your bounden duty to the priner. %,
fought and lied through the sunnier, nd
who has nc desire to die in the winter.
The l!oc1l, in the abs"ne of needed ad
exnected -trash," vithout which no I'::
can ive, propfses to _-) into the "intu
business. having heard there is money in
He %vill therefore seNl any -mount of Future
at a less price than can he i>mnlht : here
eise or from; antv other man. for cah tlown.
Hie has no immediate ornear prospect of hold
ing a tangible fe ture, but there is no teiling
what may turn up, and if pyrehzsers are
willirg to make the ventnre. it will all
right with ye loc.i-nothing ri-k, tothiniug
have. vou know, and faint heart ne'er won
fair iady. .': of the locals Fotrr fleecy
fabric is offered cheap for cahl, le. let th(
consequences ic what they my-for money
PERSoNAL.-We have had the pleasure of
a visit fror Mr. Juhn McCullocb, of the
Coiumia Carolinian who is making a busi
ness visit to the interior of the State in the
interest of his paper.
SCRAps-ALL FOR THE LADIES.
The best get-up for ladies-S o'clock a. m.
Never marry for spite.
The annual income of the lady who pre
sides over the republic of bonnete in Paris is
If a sweet disposition does not come to a
lady by nutrre, it will come to her by ex
press- if the express brings her a new bon
T1e most gallant man ever heard of is one
who refrained from kicking a dog that had
bitten him because it was a fena:le dog. "If
it wasn't for your se,' said lie, "I'd kick
your head off."
It is an error to imagine that women talk
more than men. They're listened to more
A styli.Ai bonnet can be obtained from
Paris for $126. Indulgent husbands will cut
this out to show their wives.
A husband can readily foot the bills of a s
wife who is not afraid of being seeu footing
the stockings of her husband.
"Vegetable widows" they call them in
"I wonder where those clouds are goin,.'
sighed Flora, pensively, as she pointed, with
delicate finger, to the heavy masses that
floated in the sky. "I think they are goir
to thunder.'" said ier brother.
WORDS OF ADVICE.
A little temper is such a good thing in
wives they never ought to lose it.
When thine enemy wrongs thee, buy ench
of his children a drum.
Say less than you think, rather than thit;1
only half what you say.
. The modest man will not parade his own
excellence lest he should offend.
Value the friendship of him who stands by
you in the storm; swarms of insects will sur
round you in the sunshine.
P always frank and true; spurn every sort i
of affectation and disguise. Have the cour
age to confess youtr ignorance and awk ward
ness. Confide your faults and follies to but
Say nothing respecting yourself, either
good, bad or indifferent. Nothing good. for
that is vanity; nothing bad, for that is affec
tation; nothing indifferent, for that is silly.
Some men are like eats. You may stroke
the fur the right way for years, and hear no
thing but purring; but accidentally tread on
the tail, antd all memory of former kindness
Onie of the maost sigrificeant signs of
the timnes is the fact that the young R
pubhlicans are, almnost to a man, for the'
election of Greeley and Urownl. They3
have had enough of G;rant and h:is gan.
M6:ssas. Et)tToRs: The office of Solici'or
is one of great importance in theC admitis
tration of justie, atnd when, aifter sufficiet
tri?l, o'e is founrd fully com;petent to dis
charge the dm ies of the post, it i very de
sirable th:at he lie re:aitned.
Homer L. McGow.w, Esq.. the present
Soieitor of this Circuit, has, durittg the
past term, shown marked ability, and hasK
won the esteem of the offl:ers of the Court
throughout the en'ire Circuit. llis re-eiec
tion would be very acceptable to the great
body' of our people.
The nomination of Homer L. McGowan,
Esq., for :he oflice of Solicitor for the Sev
enth JTudici:d Circuit, is respec'fully made
Tribute of Respect.
WitEREAS, It has pleased the Grand Mas
ter of the Universe again to alarm our outer
door by the solemn notice that betokens tihe
dissolution of the earthly temple, and in hisI
infinite mercy to call our worthy brother,
W\AsHINGTox W. BoozER, from the~ care
and trouble of labor in this transitory exist
euce to the refreshm;ent of Ilis presence, ina
state of endless duration. And
WHtEREAS. We are warranted in believing
that he has gonie to join the h!essed band i
that Temaple nortnmade with hands. There
fore be -it,
Rtesolvedi, That while we bow before this
manifestation of divine providence, we can
not but deeply mourn the loss of our brother,
anid will kindly cherish his memory in ourt
R:esolved, Thlat while wye commingle our
tears over the loss of our brother, w:e tender
our united and heartfelt sytnpathies to hits
wife and famnily, and assure thema that the
affetctioln tor the hutsband and father is cher
ished for thle widowv and fatherless.t
Resolved, Thatra copy of these preambles
and resolutionis be spread upon the Miau:e.
of the Lodge, a copy transmitted to the fami
ly of the deceased brother, and. a copy sent
to the Newbert.v HERA LD for publication.
L. B. MAFFETT,
P.E WISE. Committee.
COM MERC IA L.
NEWBERRY, S. C., September 10).-Cottons
CoLUxBtA, September 9.-Cotton 18:e. t
NEW YORK, September 9-7 P. M.-Cot
ton weak-uplands 22; Orleans 2.23. Gold
quiet and firmer-13'tl131.
BALTIMORE, September 9.--Cotton firm
CHARLEsTON, September 9.-Cotton casie cii
-midd ling 191.
A UG UST A, September 9.-Cotto--.nominal f
LIVEnPOOL,. September (9-Evening.-''. a
ton closed heavy-uplands 10910Oi: Orlean. -
HUAT UNSPEAKABL.E hEL.IEF is afforded
to the burnig antd throbbing flesh by a sin- C
le app;ication of~ that uncoualed ba.isam for
human or bru:e su;fferinig, MExIca M:S
rANG LINJXMENT. The toritngtti and sleep.
estroying pains of rh' umatism,. itout and s
ncraim, are completely banished by its e
upe; stitiness of the jaints andi piainlful swel!. u
ngs, quickly yield to its emollient influence,
tt heals bruises, cuts, scalds, etc , wit h as.I
oihing rapidity. For strains, spring halt, ti
scratches, sadcl.:, collar and harne~s galls, as
ell as the tntre seriou< external maladies of t
hn horse, it is a svalft and thotouh reme
Lniiana i-; to prod!,ce( 50,000 barrels
>frice this year, according t) th1e esi
n-tes, which wti be a I in of ) p'r
-:n1 . ( tihe ) pro- ": .i--: 14t i 1 )4 '
n m h. e
, r I: e* r nae
'a 'nlinb dl 0bout tma :4a .d. p t'
id rf .k :; b o.Ited 44 ' ,
-to elipin an,out 'tollnvi YA sie.; p 'in n
e : o ti;) j'''1 4in i ternat,in: w;th Iciluent
at:e4C of 1iis4 ples fltalence, ner
-on'(Z. h of etmt :us of
'w! :o Le:i. wlit. wih - vynpwAm, .pijivN.
mtl o111-- 1:mb , -specialiv at nigh1: cold
'iCs 4!:er4:-ring-with hot Shes,'c l4id:;ey
O&:'hln::nar0,"'d0OcutiI; [em4' wea1kr.essjn al
zociahity :imv -loomyti fo.1le.Ol
ew of the -,bove sYrpttomi a!c ; l to be
pr%enlt in n.ny ea-e at one time. Al who
[I-e Dr. Piwe'S Vlden Medi4al i 4covery
'Or liver Co:nl:L-fi : nd it,.-; complications are
lrvmi in i4.. praC . So!d by all druggists
CHA.NES OF FOODP IN
yi E TOMACHJ.--Wen the food h:s been
m.ticatd and converted into a semi-iquid
m ly an larg;mle:1, mi.i4.ay, of th,e
1i:nentarv cana. It i.; te t'icatre of ;he
;econd and mi- s i:nportant stage of Ith
,igestive pro-c-s. Tie focd1 is her2 ex
),)-ed to tile ae:;on of tile gastre juice.
N.is is seeroted br thie iw:co.:s memrlane
)r internal in. 0 the'tomach, of hieb
U!l of minlute o.es c.m nIiCat:ing '141:
nlierosco)pic tubes5 o.r bag~S ele.sey re4ti42 .4e-i
_h n0eves anl :1 :pili.ry :00)1-ee
functin o'If i.:p i
tio014 fe, whe:aredc
:hOklelC m',4ui i vo ihe e:V:!v of 1h
tomll;lehl. A rived h:vre they :rt and
Qr lorth i:cir bAre.-Thi is the
14:r:e '.:iee, wh4ich.4 phya'' lly is a :pd
1:dj echa'w: le ulid. Chemlically, :t. :S poG%
rfully olve, and of acid reaction. IA.,
cd*'v i mi i n;.*ly w0ofn to the prese::ce of
Iwliat;C of chlorolhy!r-ie acid. lence the
ti.it f salt, til:S mineral ia hing the
h!ori?of' wiieb ch!oroh.ihie acid is main
.- n ituted. There ;; alko pre.enw l the
tomach an azo:iZed subs:ee named pep
n. In tle Opinion of Lie.g this is fOrled
Sruinute sepr atcd portions ofl the inte n:
oat of the stomach, in t:c courz-e of de
ompo, 1ition. It eo%lb:ives wi: tho oxycei
'hich has beel swallowed entangle?d mn !nc
aliva, ar. -:u sta rh.tth dige.O:ive fe'mnen.t
ion4. W io an aIbi soIe-ion o'
us*r.c j;.c' th: pow ers 01 4igesti! m. -
i:eflicie::t. Now Dr. Go:tii i> Fi4en's
itte;s st;iulate the flow of the gasrie
lie, and th.is ltrenghen
onaers, and ti,rol:,h thul '12h bodiv forces
.: & S: c i %t;r'-z, Philadelphia, Pro
reto: o . Fisens Fto, r i' B-TTirfS.D
DOW IE .101E & DIDAVI'S, A.:ents,
i:.lton11, S. 4 t.ep.11, 1-lmio.-e.o.w.
vt" VAL UABLE' 11INTS.-A
eglar habi'. of bofd4v k abs-lutelv essential
h',bv :ieihalth and clearn1.s.1 of itelth et.
or 0 this a". Be !ut jyof lrso: cinnot
o-ex-st w h" ' ntural CO::dAtion Of !!:e
owels. A fre, p-i;Sj"e of' thle refuse mat
er f theA A"SI.e thogh4 these natural
a-te p:pes, is a- neces'4s:ry to the puirity
f the body as the free paSsage of the0 offal
f1 a ity touh its sner. is necessary
o the he:lth of 1ts inhlabit2nt5.
Indigt4etion is the4 primary1 1' Cause of mno3t
f the, di .eSe of th:e discharg'ing organs,
.:d o::e o: .1 its o,t comn:or. r5.ult i:s con
tiion ..hi comlpla1int, besides being
oncon.inte--Suc4h as an un pki1aant L reath,
'-a110ow sk.in, conl:tminating blood and
Ie, henmo.rhoids, i10endael:e, lo?s of' nmem
'r, and general debility.
IIosttter' s Stomnach Bitters remove all
to-se evils by reo:?g t!:r immediate
ans1i th e digestive or'g:44s, annd reged.a
n:0" the actCin o' t4.m ilttstines5. The comn
i4tion o1 propiertiesI in this celebrated
:v4p-tr:lsion is one of i:s c1i2 ief mrits. It
11no. me:rely44 a s:onmulan: 0r a1 10me, or an
.n:ibilious agent, or a1 nervi4'0.e, or a blood
lapnurenlt, or a cath.irte, but all:hese cura
oneCrful rest)ora!i-.". It 14-::4:S ae:ity~ and
-igor to the inert'1 andl envted.iO. stomnaCli
-elieve-s thC r.limetarvI' canal ot its ob
trtctionls, anl giv'e- :one 10 the mnenmbrane
hiehol lines it, Aed stimt:l;.tes the liver,
riees0 thle nerves, a:;d1 cheers the animal
pirits. No0 0:o remedy40 po-sesses such
. 44arety of I.ygienlie -'irtI:e. It is to
lhese eh:tracteristie virtu"es d!at it owes itS
>restige as a hou414' :0l eicine4. Ex
lerttenee im1s prove<i04 ti:aIt it is as hu.rmless
Sit is feflicaius, 'a1.d1 benee. it it ::s popular
414h the weaiser se as nith) tiie s:ronger.
Hlostetter's 10tomach 14'Iners are sold in
ott1les onlyv, and4 the trad4e-moark blow'n inl
he0 glass and44 englraved. on1 the Libel0 is the
est of gentuinenuess. Beware 0f counter
THE GALES OF ARA2Y are not spicier than
he lIromoa wh'lich the fragran"44t :-ozodout imparts
o the blreath). Ner is 'he hlIa t the ivory r.ut
thiter than the teeth that are cleansed daily
411:1 that ma1tchles& flui.
TO OWNERS OF HORSES -No one whoa 1:a
v-er used Dr. i'obias' Ht orse Gue)ICian L.inent.
vill ev4er be without it ; it is a Oertain cure for
o:Ic. Sore- Tlhro:4t. CutS, llru:ses. a::- (O!d Sores.
larranted 54unerior t.' any other: in pintt bot
es., at One 1oltar. Sol!~ alil Druggists. Dc
or, 10 P'ark Place. Ne.w York.
BURNE iT'S STANDARD FL AVORIN~G El
RACTS arc neatly puit upI illn U:eami.D 2
>z2.5 oz. ar d 1' oz. ttis. .t.dn: for1 sale by
lIe tr:tde genl'rally iln 'very prnceia. city and
OW)n mtk:e i:e 0t~ates. Cat:ada-. and .British
.rovin.ces, as Well 1: inlma:.y other foreign
HELP FOR THE HOPELESS-You01 are
cak. de4j- cte!d, m):isabh. anxd no..hing4 does -cu
n444 gcod, you4 '1:':. Don't despai'r. l'here is
'am itn G;ilead. llav-e you tried Vinte"ar 1)it
ers'.' No: T'h-n~ whv 'c'n't v-on? Whecther
our' com1rp'aint i.e d1.pepda.~-' biiousness, uer
'ots weaknle's. co:stiuionial debilit. or any
the-r trubie, Vinegar Ilitlers will r4 1vive anId
'4-enova:te your -hattered stvstem. as a iteuial rain
efreshes the w44 ithered flo1tvers.'
FOR. DYSPEPSIA, ::direstion. deression of
pirits and genoeralde.bi!ity in4 their varou.orms;
.as a preventive a;:ai:.t Fevetr aid Mu e,
nd other intermjitteat fe'.e-s. The Ferro-s hos
horated4 Flixir of 'Cali.-ava,. made bv .swell,
1aza1rd & 'o.. New Yo:-k. and( sold4 bi- a! Dru"
'ists. is the b'.rt 10oniC. anid as, a to:4.4e fcr pa
kints recove-ring~ from fever or othier sickne-ss it
as 440 equal.
THURSTON'S IVORY PEART TOOTH POW
ER.-ih be--t art.c:e k:m4w4n for cClelu tnd
reservmlg th:e tee'th :'nd gum:s. Sold by all
)ruggists. Price 25 antd .'I cents per bottie. F.
.Wells & Co.. New York.
CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, stands enri
'aIled in the world. No lady or gentheman of
ilscrimnina4ti: us-e- an', othe4.r. It is the mlost
erfect. reliable and etl'-ctiv' ETair D)ye in the
;orld. MIanufactory, 6S M1aider. Lane. New
.CARBOLIC SALVE, recomimended by Phy
lctaJs. as the great 11ea lIng (Cmipound. Price
o (enuts p-er box. JohIn F. Ihenrv. Sole Proprie
er. 5 College 10ace. New York.
RISLE TS BUCHU is a re:iable Diuretic and
onic tt 4!4 derangemnu4ts of' the. urinary and
en.tal organ'. TIe gen1in1e, as formte.rly sold
y Ha14.:!and. Ilarratl & Itilev-. and44 their branch
-,1is now prepar'ed byt I. W'. ltis!ev. the origi
ator and P'roprietor: r.d the tradl. su1tpied by
1s successors. 3l1rgan & iti,tcey. New York.
SVAPNIA, or opinm punr.fied, 11 the o.-t per
act ano4d. 4ne in the. mirklet, mande by' process of
1. '. 1 "Ue o-.. Dle:roit MIedlical 'College. Is
swae 'undor4m ink 4trentgth. whiich is rarely the
ise- mn ot04e preparations of Opium.
PRATT'S ASTfRAL OIL. 'as a wior:d-wide
Ii 4ver 14wo m114on gallo:.s have been sold
y the 1.a.11t1 tuo ear:s. from whic?uh no0 accidents
f :ny cscrintion hi:,ve occurred. Sen d for Cir
alar. (41! [louse of Chas. Pratt. Established
i Niw York.
WE HAVE FREQUENTLY HEARD me"
2erasr lIltmy wOnit ?.,t be wahZiont :dts. Win
ow'. $o.thmng T up. fronm the lir th of the
bild until it has l?inilhed with the teething siege,
oder any con4ideration whatev-er.
THE SECR ET OF BEAUtY. What is it? no
mger as'ked4, fo.r the u orld of 1'ashi?on and all
te lad:,es kiow ri:111 is I:1oduced by u.dug a de
ghtfu :mdi harm0e. t oi et 14eparation* known
a G. W. L?.:m4'a -hoonm of Yo-uth." Its bcau