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THE NEED OF ACIDS.
When much fat pork is eaten
there will always be a demand for
pickles or vinegar. The demand
for acid is a genuine call of the
system, but there is no especial call
for the strong acids, such as raw
lemons and pickles, if one has from
day -to day the proper supply of
moderaely sour fruit. Half of the
doctors would find their occupation
gone if apples were freely used as
an article of food. Fruit has never
done us the good it might have
done, because it has been eaten at
improper hours, between meals or
in the evening. It has actually
been turned into a foe to good
digestion by the process of pick
ling and preserving. The old
fahioned "pound for pound" pse
serves are too sweet to serve the
purpose of acid fruit and too rich
to have the nourishing effect of
juicy, sweet-fruit. They are simply
sweetmeats, to be eaten with cau
tion. Canned fruit is excellent,
but fresh fruit is best whenever it
can be obtained. The good effect
of fresh fruit is often spoiled by
the excess of sugar used with it.
When there is a craving for sour
food, for pickles or for lemons, it
is generally a strong indication
that the system has a real need of
acids, and lemons and vinegar are
sometimes the best medicine to
cure biliousness and restore a fail
ing appetite. A year ago I saw a
child pass through one of these
poor spells. He lost his appetite,
and could not bear the sight or
smell of food, until he caught sight
of a dish of dried apple sauce, and
thenzhe'was~ possessed with a de
sire for s->me of the juice. This
seemed to refresh him, and he ate,
for his next meal, bread soaked in
the juice of dried apples. After
that, tomato, cooked with bread,
helped forward the cure. Before
this ill turn, he had, for a few
weeks, lived almost entirely with
out fruit, contrary to his usual
Jt is a common mistake to use
truit at the table only in the form
of sauce at the evening meal, or
encased in rich crusts as pie for
dinner. In the latter case the ill
effect of the pie crust is often
greater than the good effect of the
fruit inside the pie. As for the
fruit sauce on the tea table, it is
better than a heavy supper of meat,
but there is some sense in the old
saying that "Fruit is golden in the
morning, silver at noon, and lead
Perhaps any kind of fruit or
vegetable may be used to excess,
or in too large a proportion as com
pared with the rest of the diet.
Certainly acids should be used in
moderation, especially the strong
kinds, Because the juice of a
lemon may be an excellent cure for
biliousness or flatulence or other
disease, it by no means follows
that school girls can thrive upon
their daily use. In former days,
when pale and slender maidens
were in fashion, it was not very
uncommon for silly girls to try to
reduce their weight and ruddy hue
by frequent sips of vinegar, and
ma?ny a feeble woman, and many
an early death has been theeresult
of such tampering. A variety of
vegetables and fruit, well cooked,
and eaten as appetite calls for
them, will satisfy the demand for
both sour and sweet food.
A fool and a lazy man stand a
worse chance to succeed as a far
mer than in any other department
of life. To be a good farmer a
man must have good common sense,
and he must reduce the facts that
nature reveals to h;i to practice.
Hle must follow nature, not force
her. He must be obedient to her
SHEEP BETTER THAN NEAT CAT
TLE.-Oiie great advantage sheep
have over other stock is, they never
die of the contagious diseases
which they contract. They get the
seab or foot-rot, or something else,
and, if unchecked, it gets them in
bad couditen, and would ultimate
ly, -Derhaps, kiil them. But the
very worst contagious diseases to
which sheep are subject to give the
owners ample time11 to trent the af
rected animals, and the diseases are
generally of a character which yie'd
rapidly to treatment. But a man
may have a lot of bogs and feed them
on hundreds of bushels of corn
daily, and about the time the bot
toms of his Cribs are neared, and
he thinks of selling, disease breaks
out among them-no one knows
what it is or what to do for it
one animal after another, following
in rapid succession, is affected, and
the greater portion die. I have
known farmers to be well-nigh
ruined by the appearance of a con
tagious disease of this character.
Sheep are, however, exempt from
such rapid and fearful mortality.
Besides, when a sheep dies-and
they do die sometimes-its pelt is
sufficient to pay for its keeping
from the last shearing to its death.
It makes no difference when it dies,
or what kills it, the sheep never
dies in debt.
SCALDS AND BURNS.-On the in
stant of the accident plunge the part
under cold water. This relieves the
pain in a second, and allows all hands
to become composed. If the part can
not be kept under water, cover it with
dry flour, an inch deep or more. In
many instances nothing more is needed
afterthe flour; simply let it remain until
it falls off, when a new skin will be
found under. In severer cases, while
the part injured is under .water, sim
mer a leek or two in an earthen vessel,
with half their bulk of hog's lard,
until the leeks are soft, then strain
through a muslin rag. This makes a
greenish colored ointment, which,
when cool,. spread thickly on a linen
cloth and apply it to the injured part.
If there are blisters let out the water.
When the parts become feverish and
uncomfortable, renew 'the ointment,
and a rapid, painless cure will be the
result, if the patient, in the mean
while, lives exclusively on fruits, coarse
bread, and other light loosening diet.
VgALUAtL I TRUE.-The Fin
astle Herald has been informed that
a piece ofjiroa hung ini fruit trees will
effectually prevent the ravages of
frost. The informant states that the
night before the freeze in A pril last,
that he hung several pieces of old
iron in ten of his peach trees, and
that the fruit was not killed and that
those trees are now loaded with
peaches, and he thinks there will not
be less than seventy-five bushels. The
fruit of the remaining trees (15 in
number) in the orehard were all killed.
A piece of horse-shoe was hung in a
cherry tree in the sime orchard and it
was loaded with fruit, whilst on three
adjacent trees the fruit was entirely
killed. He says the idea originated
with his mother, and that he by her
instuctions, when a boy, had done
the same thing frequently, with simi
OLD BONES.-Get all the old
bones you can find. Put into a
wide, wooden trough 500 or 1,000
pounds at a time. Take pure sub
phuric acid, (60 deg. quality,) at
the rate of two carboys to a ton of
bones. Mix half and half with
warm water, and apply directly
over the bones. Sprinkle over the
top with dirt. Allow them to re
main a day or two, and, on uncov
ering, the bones will fall to pieces
at the slightest tou,ch. Spread out
on the floor to dry, and you will
have a superphosphate better than
can be bought.
RECIPES FOR WORMs IN HORSES.
-A correspondent of the Maine Far
mer furnishes the following: 1. Take
of alum, sulphur and copperas one
fourth pound each, mix; give one
tablespooniful every alternate day, for
a few days, or longer if necessary.
No. .2. Give -nux vomiica in every feed;
ten or fifteen drops, according to age.
ive it for three days, or every other
ay for a week. No. 3. Linseed oil,
ne pint, spirits of turpentine, one or
two tablespoonsful, according to age.
G ive every other day for a. week. If
No. 1 fails to. effect a cure after fair
trial, try No. 2. Use No. 3 as a last
resort, especially if the patient'be a
RENNET WUEY.--Take of new
milk one qjuart, rennet a large spooni
ful. Heat the niilk and add the reni
et. Boil until the eurd separates and
s all taken off. This forms a very
K ea ini onna close chn r canniste-r.
E. C. JONES,
Rooms Over C. B. Buisi's Store, East of
McFall & Pool's.
Respecltully informs his pa.rons and th<
puhli genernlv th-t he has mzakten roon:
as above menCftionedC, atnd will be happy t<
Uend all profes-oional calk ml.de on him.
Sep. 8, 75-:-l7.
Dr. S. G. WELCH
Hav'iig located in the town of Newberry
offers his profles.ional services to thie psop-O
ot t.e town and surrotii,ling country
When not professionally engaged he ma:
be found either at Dr. Fant's Drug Store
.or at his residence on Boundary Street, h-e
tweern Mr. Wim. Langford's and Mrs. Stan
more Luagford's. Aug. 11, 32-5m
WILL. ,H. THOMAS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
NEWBERRY, - - . - .OUTH CAROLINA
All legal business entrusted to this offic
attended to with fidelity and despatch.
Correspondence from abroad solicited.
Feb. 17, 187-7-ly.
Books and Statiottery.
TATIO N ER
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOUN
Letter, Note. Invitation, Cap, Legal Cal
Wedding, Initial, Sermon. and other kinit
Envelopes of all kinds to match.
Sterl and Rubber Erasera.
Rubber Bands and Rings.
Pencils and Sharpener.:.
Inkstands of various patterns-some ver
Wallets and Pocket Books.
Ledgers, Day Books, Recdpt Books, Le1
ter Books. and a large vailety of Meniorar
Perpetual Diaries, besides other kinds.
Slates, Slate Pencils, Grayons, Indelibl
Pencils, Inks-black. violet carmine.
Paper Weights' Files, Tape Measures.
Backgammon Boards, Checkers and Die(
Mucilag(-, Camel Hair Biushes.
M c; ill's Paper Fasteners, Paints.
Pens, Indelible ink, Wax Matches.
Stereoscopes, Conversaton Cards an
Blotting Paper, small and large, whit
Bristol Boards, Tissuse Paper, all colors.
Drawing Paper, Dice Caps.
Paper Dolls and Paper F urniture, for th
And many other things.
Remember the plaee, over HARMON'
HERALD BOQK STORE
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
The following new boors just received a
the HERALD BOOK STOIIE:
Above Rubies; Allei.ne's Alarm;
Bereaved Parents; Besieged City;
Better Land; Carvosso;
Bible Christian; Bible Expositor;
Chiristiatr Father's Present;
Clarke's Theology; Life of Adam Clarke;
Clouded Intellect; Country Tales;
Cross of Christ; The Cumberers;
Dairyman's Daughter; Devotedness;
Smith's Elements of Divinity;
Drift Wood; Ecce Ecclesla;
Family Government; Ferany the Flowe
Heroes of the Cross;
Life of Fletchiere: Fletchere's Appeal;
Fred Blrenning; Gate of Prayer;
Headlands of Faith; Heart Blossom;
Heavenly World; Holiness; Home;
Heirs of the Kingdozin; Life of Mrs. H. 19
R ors Truths; Junior Clerk;
McKindree's Works: Thoughtful Girls;
The Successful Merchant;
Scripture Help; Short Sermons
Village Blacksmnith; Vinny Leai;
Life of Wesley ; Wesley's Sermons;
And many others.
in addition to above a large assortment 'f
Hymn Books, all sizes and bindings, te
gether with Disciplines.
HERALD BOOK STORE
Feb. 24. t-tf.
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker &Undertaker
Has on hand and will make to order, Bed
steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofa5
Settees, Lounges, &c.
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re
paired on liberal terms.
Has on hand a full supply of Metalic, Ms
hogany and Rosewood Burial Cases.
Coffins made to order at short notice, an
Oct 9 40 tf'. MARTIN HARRIS.
THE SUBSCRIBER has conistantly o
hand a full assortmnent of the above approve
cases, of different patterns, besides coflin
of his own make, all of which he is prepare
to furnish at very reasonable rates, wit
promptness and despatchi.
Persons desirous of having cases sent b
railroad will have them sent free of charge
A Hearse is always on hand and will b
furnish,ed .at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sul>
scriber respectfully asks for a Continuatio)
of the same, and assures the public tha
no effort on his part will be sparc1' to rende
the utmost satisfaction.
R. C. CHIA?MAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
THE JAS. LEFFETL
Dteible Turbine Water Wheel,
POOLE & HUNT,
7,0 ROW 12 rIS E!
Simple, Strong, Durable,
Portable & Stationary
'-gN 'inStea Biers
for Cotton 1 iFlor
Pa2 t White Leadv
OH ill Kachinery, ~yahoand other
Pesses,&c. Shafin, eysa md Hangr
ga o$er bes insh.Send for CTzlars,
Sep. 29, 39-i;m.
A large lot of TOBAC60 lor sale at
eX~t Boor' to Bank.
FROM $1.00 TO
50 CENTS PER BOX
TO MEET TIE DEMAND FOR A
SAFE AND RELIABLE
D - 8FEVER AND AGUE ANTIDOTE
At a Price Within the Reach of All.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE THEM.
NEWEn WAS MEI)ICINE So D0.SERVEDY rOPULAR.
For Sale by Dr. S. F. F&NT.
HARNESS, SADDLES, PLOW GEARING
A General Assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE.
We beg to inform the public that we have made large additions to our manufacturing
establishrent, and we are now prepared to sell cheaper than any other house in the
iouth. Manufacturing all goods in our line we are prepared to warrant them all as to
workmanship and material. Give us a call and see our
BUGGY HARNESS AT $12 PER SETT,
McCLELLAN SADDLES AT $3 EACH,
The same that are selling elsewhere at $3.50. These are no factory goods, but the
genume HOME MADE AND WARRANTED.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRON,
68 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Sep. 15, 37-3m.
ESTABLISHED Oldest Crockery House W' Charleston, SO. Ca.
7 WILLIAM L. WEBB,
128 MEETING STREET.
Being now prepared for the FALL TRADE FOR 1875, I wish to call the attention of mer
chants to my large and varied stock of
CHINA9 GLASS, EARTHENWARE,
LOOKING GLASSES, KEROSENE NODS, JAFANE WA &c.,
A great part of it IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE. Besides staple goods, I keep al
ways a large stock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT CLASS.
My thorough knowledge of the bu- ., acquired by an experin cesf n whic
Years, enables ine to buy at the lo.s ig , al consequently at prices on wi
the retailer can realize a handsomc prolit
WM. L. WEBB,
Ife Meeting Street, C.vRLESTO., S. C.
Aug. 28, 31-2m.
D. F. FLEMING. JAMES WILSON. JAMES GILFILLIN.
We have received. and are now opening : large and new stock of Boots, Shoes, and
FOR FAjL TRADE:
Orders promptly filled, and all good1s with our brand warranted.
D. F. FLE31ING & 0.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Manufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 HAYNE STREET, Cor. of Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JOHN G. hIILNOR. . THEO. A. WILBUR. JACOB 3. MARTIN
JOH N C. MILNOR & CO.,
s Wholesale Dealers in
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hats, Oaps, and straw Goods, Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Etc.,,
No. 143 MEETING ST., Opp. Hayne St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
NEW YORK OFFICE, 46 WEST BROADWAY.
Prices guaranteed as low as any house in the city, and 'Terms, to responsible honses
Orders wilmeet our prompt and careful attention. Aug. 11, 32-2m.
* ~ BLATCHLEY'S Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
eImproved CUICUM- Beer.
B " BEI WdOOD P11P is
St hi e acknowledged The Cincinnati Gazette makes the aston
ISE market,byD popular ishing announcement that Cincinnati beei
ver(diet, the best pump foi thme is no longer pure, but adulterated with mo
least money. Attention is invited lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
ah Dro Ce valve Bvlir ecen poisonous colehiicum. The Commissionel
he withdrawn without disturbing of Agriculture, in his report for 1865, .says
the joints, and the copper chain- that Prof. Mapes, of New York, analyzed
b hicnever crcs sces or the beer from a dozeo different breweries,
sale by Dealers~and the trade generally. In and found all of it adulterated. Cocculus
order to be sure that you get Blatchley's indicus an,I nux vomica entered largely in
Pump, be carefuli and see that it has my to its composition.
wrhret buy,desciptivfe cireulars.tgether J- C. SEEGERS guarantees his beer to be
with the name and address of the agent pure and reliable. He does not adulterate
nearest you, will be promptly furnished by it, but brews from the best barley, malt and
addressing with stamp.ho.Fe.45-.
'CHAS. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer, hosFe.4 tf
506 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pa. D E W S
Feb. 17, 7-9im. DUE_WES
THE FALL SESSION FEAEOLGE
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 15TH SEPT., elh n laat em,raoal
A. P. PIFER, A. H., Principal, Badn eatet
WITH COMPETENT ASSISTANTgS.par, ndwllbecmpetl
The advantages afforded by this institu
tion for a thorough and complete educa- FrCtlge drs
tion, are second to no other in the State, ~I ONR
while the DeWs,AbvleC. :C
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50 u.1, 32m
-in advance, or on satisfactory securities.
Boarding in private families at nmoderate ~ A m ~ ~
For further particulars enquire of the
Secretary of~ the Board. Mr. S. P. Boozecr, OtaedBetndhapt,b
or of A. P. PIFER,
Aug 18, 33-tf. Principal. LO I BA C R& O.
COLUMBIA SLCTR FPTNS
FEMALE COLLEGE, Ofce,FdrlBiigs
COLUMBIA, S. C.WAHN T ,D.C
Rev. S. B. .TONES, D. D., President.et istucios o
tFALL SESSION will open on the FIRST .Tl7,7-.
WENESDAY in OCTOBER. Terms mod
rate. Four experienced Professors inTH
chare of departments. For Catalogue, Sae Gag etlzr
apply tothe President.
Aug. 25, 34-2m*.An "T E C I X.
TILLMAN & DAWKINS, Tmofrtcaspuebn,a oitd
One Door Below BaltimorenConer,,on"Adam
Street. tIAAAD EPE,"ndtepty
Gentlemnen guaranteed a clean shave, a hmsadiepnlceog ote~u
neat cut and polite attention. eurateraysl,godpot,an
June 9, 28-tf.qucrern.iiaciepso v il
LIE! LIE! PAIINHTL
The finest quality of PURE WUITE
LIE, on hand and for sale at
Jl1428tfG.T. FRI SixeethYe r opientitor n
will open MONDAY, OCT., 4th. Faculty
complete. Course of study, thorough.
Government, kind and parental. Location,
healthy and pleasant. Terms, reasonable.
The President and his family will ocenpy
the Gollege, and will have charge of the
The College Building is undergoing
thorough repairs, and will be completely
For Catalogue, address
Due West, Abbeville Co., S: C.
Aug. 18, 33-2m.
Obtained, Best and Cheapest, by
LOUIS BACCER & CO.,
SOLICITORS OF PATENTS,
OHices, Federal Buildings,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
83- Send stamp for printed p tiiphlet, con
taining con 1 t instruct ons how
.Tuly 7, 27-tf.
State Grange Fertilizer,
And "THE CLIMAX."
T wo first class, pure bone, ammoniated
Fertilizers, for sale by D. JENNINGS &
soN .sud J. D. AIKEN, Agents, Charles
10H, S, O. The highest testin.onials can
be given. Please send for circular.
Sep. 1, 35-3m.
ANC VASSERS wanted for two superb
works of French art, "LITTLE
itH.NAwAY AND HER PETs," and the pretty
pair, "THE DINNER, AND THE NAP." These
11 s an 1 ine ensiYe enou h o he i
piest. selling rapidly, and TAKE oN sIGHT.
w e guarantee ready sales, good protits, and
quick returns. Any active person who will
take hold can make a handsome income,
.*nd for our best terms at once.
J. B. FORD & CO.,
27 Park Place, New Yor'c.
Sep. 8, 36-8%.
P A V I L I O N H O T E L,
Charleston, S C
MAYES & MARTIN'S.
Doors, a. (dna Blinds.
[ncourag s m 4 m Pople
GEO. 8. HACKER,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
Only Carrlinlav engaged in the manufac
ture of DOOR, .iASB, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS and TCR.;. WORK in Charleston,
W' PRIOK M LOW AS ANY OTHER
HOUSE, AND W(KRZ ALL FIRST CLASS.
MapR 3. 185 -7
Having jat p-to4n)ed from the Northern
Cities, and thN itional Photographic As.
sociation at Mai*s I feel better prepared
to do good vzo:k dtn ever before, by the
advantages of !b, i-ttst improvements, and
the prettier sty4
My sto .k larger. than ever, and among
which are, a ftne IV: of
Pleiture Paper Weights, &.
I am prepArxA. c take
Copying and 3;4argng Old Pictures,
TakiWg Iesidences, &c.
Call whila zhe pt.v weather lasts; re
member that zi-c are dangerous, and do
not put it ce.*
A prooffis. urnished for inspection
before the pies iA printed.
The surest w4' ro come at once and
get pictures r:!: Ncwberry Gallery of the
over ready Phd:m.>pher,
W. P. WISEMAN.'
Oct. 8, 40-tt.
COLUMBJIA, S. C
Visit.ra t# Go 4ity are respectfully in
vited to vi&-it my wavus, where can be seen
specimengo i'~ ity.n all styles of the Art.
Satisfacti'ca guzaan.teed and prices cheap.
A'. M. R ISE R,
Oct. 1, 39....tt. Plain Street.
IIare.'es and Saddles.
F. Ne PARKER,
SUCCESSOR -TO THEB y0NES & PABEER,
(Between Pool4 I(otel and the Post Office,)
Havgbovgihe E NTIRE STO CK
of the liarnesiad addle Manufactory of
Messrs. Webb, Joas & Parker, I am pre
pared to do aU kinds of work in this line.
Also will keep iai hand for sale, HARNESS,
SADDLE~3, &c. HARNESS LEATHER,
SOLE LEATHENt UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
of the boss adi oheapest. REPAIRING
and all work done to order
At Cash Pri,es and at Shortest
Apr. 15,5-4 -
(In store r ~~ cupied by Webb, Jones
Saddles, Brioliks Harness, &c., made and
Hides botight yd exchanged for goods.
Orders prompt.a 1fuled.
Work ga4's .
A share of. ps patronage is respect
J. N. BASS.
Nov. 4, *-E
- gr Wbrks.
M. GOLD5SMIT.. P. KIND.
FE I_110 WOKS,
COLUMB3IA, S. C.
GOLGET 1& KIN
founds ad Machinists,
Hoe4Jways on hand
StatIoneyw Steam Engines
and B'Urs for Saw
SAW ANS~ GRIST MILLS,
Co tton Presses,
CAS I IN1 afeAy kind in Iron or Brass.4
We g ua:t to furnish Engines and
Boilers of a go'I qn ity and power, and
We m ntt , ls, ,the .ADDY IM
POmme Wi for po EELimplicit we cosre
raflInL fo pt'f ~indlClisstre mt
ness, anrd hiil r~~C1:t)e
WwranI . 't o, andolsubea.8.pC.
fl~58aTkd d4 ~pPt~ '.' ~I1ling or(ler~5. I
L~LDSM1TH & KIND, 1
Jan. IJ, ~ -.t!f. Columbia, 8. C.
Stationery and Binding.
NRW STATIONERY H09ISLI
E. R. STOKES J
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
some building immediately opposite the a
Phenix office, on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me-.
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any size,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, BeceiptBooks, Note Books.
ARC OTCTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their.
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, WaterColors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxea, and a countless
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
mon Mon and Boards: Visiting and Wed
-ig Cards, and everything usually kept In a
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will stilU,eonduet his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which
has been in successful operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. His stock will be kept up fall and
complete, and bis prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Ph(enix Office.
BOOK STORE !
$2.50 PER ANNUM.
L .A V 13
NOTE HEADS, 0 ISTATEMEN'i'S.
LETER HEADS,; LEGALBLANKS,
BIL L BEADS, TFINVITArIONS,
PAMPHLETS, IHAND BILES,
PaINTED AT THE
HERlD I3IE1N OFFICE
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding Papers,
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCII.
PAPER DOLLS and
&c., &c., &c.,
ERALD BOOE STORE.
PAPER of all kinds,.
FOR SArE CHEAP AT THE
HERALD BOOK STORE.
SCHOOL BOOKS, and all other kinds or
BOOKS, or any article in the STATIONERY
LINE PROMPTLY FILLED.
T. F. GRENEKER;
Editor HERALrnand Proprietor Book Store.
Something New, Beau
tiful, Durable and
Cheap for Cov
ering and Or
Nothing has conme berore t'ne public in
our estimation so practical and economical
as the Abrams' Metallic Grave Gover. It is
certainly just the thing that the people
want, and we arc now introducing them;
for sale single or club, rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of the
following Counties, viz:
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Piekens and
Call and see specimen at John B. Mar
'tin's Buggy Emporium.
Any further information wanted will r'
cive prompt attention by calling on or pa
dresing, W. H. WISEMAN, Agt.,
May 5, 18--tf. Newberry, S. C.
Colonists, Emigrants and
For map cirenlars, condensed 'time. tables
and general information in regard to trans
portation facilities to all points in Tennessee,
Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, - Colorado,
Kansas,. Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah
and California; apply to or address ALBERT
B. WREN, General Emigrant Agent, Offie
No. 2, H. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga.
No one should go West without first get
ting in communication with the General Emi
grant Agent, and become informed as to su
perior advantages, cheap and quick transpor
tatio of families, household goods, stock,
and farming implements generally. All in
f ormation cheerfully given.DNE
eWo .9 . L. P.A&N.EA.,
Sep. 22, 38-2mn. G. P. & T. A.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
ON and after THURSDAY, 1t inst the Pas
euger Tralns on the South CiH I Road
Vil run as follows:
DAY PASSENGEP. TAIN.
,ave Columbia at. 4.3 p m
Lrrive at Charleston at.....- JL... -- 46 l m
eave Charleston t......--- --. 6.46a s
rrive at Columblas....-.-----~ 2.15 p m.
NIGBT EXPRESS ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
Rave Columbia at.......a.......-.-0 m
trrive at Charleston at.......... .05 a
ae Charleut - .- . 10 pm
Lrrive at Columbia at... ............. 4.-ILM
Camen Train will conneet at Kfugyft with
l PaesengerTrim b
erTrain Amm Colub m. T *b
S. S. SOLOONS, Gen. Sut.
S. B. PicKENs. General Ticket Agent.
NLMINSTON, COLUNB AAUUSTA L R.
. COr.UMBIA,S.t. C 4A175
The followin Pager will be ope
sted on and aa Saday, Aprl 8d:
LEave Columbia, - - -. 815a.m.
Leave Florence, - - 12.0 am
krrive at Wfimington, x- - - -10 a. m.
Leave Wilmington, - - - 6.30 p.m.
LeaveEliorence, - - 1140 9.m.
Lrrive at Columbia, - - - 4.-M.
.mai , bogtnnectioD4,tUnM,rN,w*=t-a ,
3outh, and w olinea 11m.. Mirft
nout Throu h
od to all prine pointO. rH a
A. PopE, General Passenger
Greenville & ?eluMia') .
On and after Wednesday, Februty- 1825
,e = fan ov' TW QW_t1. k
mbia all. (Road
Jays excepted,) by lOWM -0e
UP TR!7, 20. 1-0OUgBIA TO 1ZU. n
Leave Cblumbia.........---- -m
" Cokesbury. .........--.-- '
" Belton........... 0 -
DOWN TRAIN, xO.4-GEENXVLr3 dMI&.
" Belton................ 7-5'- I
" Newberry................. p.
" Alston................-. 2:p z
Arrive Columbia............. ..410-p.m
Passengers by Night'Tma m IDN
Railroad connectwth No.1.
i connect with" NY TRafn -_6
Railroad for Cae A f.. Ice and wmth
Night Train on the a
Ag J rU=d. for Swatwo
DOWN 'WB -u
Leave Walballa Z..............4.1S a
SenecaClty............... 45 a
" Penrryv ............-.....
" Anderson....... .-.... * -
Arrive at Belton.....
Leave Belton at.
" Anderson -4 p
Arrive at Walballa....
Acomoda-TftW- b on
Anderson Tri-Weekly, vis:
days and Saturdays. No.:2 lav
a. m.s arrive Anderaon 10
Adron2.00 p.'a.; -asrive _
riswill be ran en Xoa;daya we cr
session at Anderson.
Leave Abbeville.......... ..-..- -~
Arrive Cokeabury.-.. - --u
AriveAbbevie.. ...-.-..*. . 2 p m
AccomndannintYdi5m 06 wI
2 leave Ceryrat. 9-5 a..
10Alta; ut; No.:-8 Ieave
arrive Cokesbury 1.25p .
minutes at Cokeamv for-Dinner. TanNo.
utes at Belton for BrekttUtf~W
at AJlston for Dmaner .r -gg
THOS. DQI>aDAn gen't *.
JAEZ NOETON. GeneEas
Charlotte,C4olamiA A4ggsta4 K
Go. OlIS.fN! - -
Leave -Augusta. ...9.PA.M.
Leave Columbia Juun42 P. K. 4-P.
Leave Columbia,...2M .. K .0. K
Arrie Charlotte..... 9.00 P. K
Leave Charlotte... 8.0.A . -
Leave Chester.......-.i.2k K. -.
Leave GrnitevlDie.... -
Arrie Augusta....-... P ~6 .X
Train No. 2, from 4ga
via ihmn,all ai. ndl
New Yrk, . dau,Wedandsy . Saturda,3 -
Train No.1, fromC*a""**** .ol!03F
from Notherun tti at a at
This Train runs dal.
Train No. 3,froma oubS ...Duanu oul
fom Northern pdintu via wa
A. Porz, Ge PaOmner - -
R nb Atlata Time.
GOING No6rT-nPNmEEs6 T,'
Leave -- --------.
Arrive at Charlotte..-...--...e- 8.a1
G oIN0tr- A15r
Leave ug -.- - -- .
LeavT e reen ville.... ......-.-- ....- -
Ieae Seea Ciy................
Arrive at Alanta. ...........2.......
SPARTIBORS & UNtO. RAiLl10il
-Tefloig Passe SobedulE wDil -be
rated on and anerau 7p, Nvme s
DOWN TR AnI1.- TESaAD
Arrive. Leave A*'1Uve.
Satanbrg....... 6.00Oa.. 7.46
Batesvi le..... 6.40 7.1 .
Pa.,-n .-....50 .7.00 -64 l. 10 -
Jonesville......- 7.3 7.40 0.10 i52
Unilinville...- 8.20 . 8.46 6 0 620
F ish Dam-.... 8 10.06 18 4
Selton......: 0.9 10.25 3 i7 . 15
Str ther.........-.11.10 1.20 20~SS
W. W. DAVIES. 8ueltUOl
rT. Tr A 1,
The conpletion of the~ T1|?AS5'AW A- --
CIFIC RAILROAD enatues the-En~
Rours, Via Westei-n &-Atlant'c R.. Jo .
offer he only-all rail route from Georgin
ad the 0'arolinas to all points in Texas.
On and:after. September 1st, th.rodgh
caches leave Atlanta daily for 11emphis,
Little Rock andi Texarkana, Texas; trithent
change, connecting there with through-cars
for Buston and. aH points inTgs
Think of ONE change of carshbtweBe
Atlanta, Ga., and HIonston, Texas.
Rates roduced Sj- the openig of
ths route from $5 to $15! -
Full information can be obtainediumPO
aplication to ALBERTB. WRENN~, Sonth
eastern Ag't., Nashville;<hattanloogkSt
Lois R. R., Atlanta,- 0. E. SA.RGENT,
Southeateru Ag't., L & G. S. R. R., tlan-.
ta, or to B. W. WRENN;
Gen'l Pass'r & Ticket Ag't4
Sep 23, 38..... Atlanta, Ga.