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TitE SP-L-3 L OF A SONG.
n HUTHilR ANSOM.
IIndis ,ALGregor and Marga reI
Che.,ter st)d together upon the t piazan
of I lie sea.,I u cottate, Ieanting ovor
the ligh t railioig, and idly watching
tie play of the snoonbeatus under the
the slIvery wave.4 beyond the beach.
"What are the waves saying I'
quoted Mi..s C(hester, with a light
sigh. "Lanlis, don't, you over w i-,l
you knew what they were saying "
-1 do, very often," replied Me.
GUregor ;."for they say Narious thinigI
to mie, according to the mood I am in
To-night they ate L-aying that our
sweet sutimer is ended, and we imusi
poa t to-mor01row."
"But aftav 1sd ulsjl comes th<
golden harvut," said margaret
"Yes." But Landis sighed as he
spoke, and presently added. "Thi.
has beci such a bright, sweet sum
tmer ! I have a forobodiog that wt
shall not suo its like again for wany
a year, if ever."
"Oh, fie ! You are either super
stitions, or a victim of the blues,' sai
Miss Chester. "Which is it I"
"Tieo blues I Ielieve," laughet
McGregor. "But you can obarn
1lhem away with the spirit of musio
Will )oU sing ?'
"Yes," readily answered Margaret
Landis drew her hand through hi
arm, and returned to the parlor
And if lie raised the slender finger
to his lips and kissed them, as the
crossed the shadowy piazza, it was n,
one's affair but his own, and he had
right ; for Margaret Chester was hi
"What shall it be '1" asked Marga
ret, running her light fingers over th
ivory keys of the brilliant tone
W "Something lively to begin with,
Miss Chester rippled over a livol
prelude and began to sing "Its bette
to laugh than be sighing," whil
Landis, leaning over the piano, watel
ed every expression of the sweet, pur
face, which lie loved better than mos
inou are capable of loving-for ther
wore depths in the nature of thi
cool, easy Landis McGregor, not a]
ways apparct on the surface, c
easily reachied in any time.
Marga ret sang three or four songi
and then would have rison ; but liar
dis, with a gentle motion, stayed hei
"Not yet, dear, please ! Sin
'Contalina' once, won't you "
Margaret, s- ruck the soft prelud<
and then her voico drifted into tt
low melody, and lingeied dreamil
over the tendor refrain,
Dream on ! Dream on I
Nor breatho a single sigh
To waft the gentle zephyrs
Which fan fil Elarlit sky."
"I wish we might dream on," si
Land's, as she rose. "This happy sun
ior has been like a beautiful droa1
to me, Margaret, and I wish we migl
never waken. I don't want to hoa
any one sing that song, dearest, unt
I hoar you again.?
They strolled out on the veranda
again ; and we will not interrupt th
last moments which those who wei
so dear to each other might spend t<
For on the morrow, with sad bt
brave hearts, they parted-Margare
to return to heor Philadelphia homn
and Landis to seek a distant eity
the South, where he meant to conter
for theogolden prize of Fortune, an
win the wealth which shoul fill Mai
garot's life with luxury.
"Blessed be the man that invente
sleep," said the immortal Sancob
Panza. Lovers should say, "Blesse
be the~ man that invented letters;
for what would be the dreary day
of absenco and separation to ther
without the consolIation of saying
through the magic of the pen, whr
they have said so often by word<
mouth-of repeating, over and ove
the old story, which is ever now th~
story of faithful love.
Margaret and Landis kept thea
little winged messengers flying busil
at first. Biut alas and alas ! Lov,
which is the essence of woman's life,
often but an episode in the ezxistene
of men-a brief page to be read, an
then thrown carelessly aside f<
a new one.
Landis McGregor loved Margar<
sinee1tely ; but the erowditng cares<
business, for which lie had an unusur
capacity, filled his mind,. until h
grow cold (and careless Her lette
were as warm and devoted as evei
but lie sa w, with pain, that his answer,
grew shorter and less fervent. Sih
felt it keenly, but uttered no word
complaint-and only tried the mor
to make him feel that on
heart always kept Love's fire warm
and glowing for him.
But one night Landis McGregor'
hatwas touched with a talisma
which unsealed anew the fountains <
love in his heart, Hie was passing
with a rapid step, through one of th
handsormest streets in the city, who:
the sound of a piano anid the notes c
a soft, sweet Soprano fell upon his eat
Landis pantsed, in spite of himself, fo
the melody had a familiar tone, ani
the words floated out through tk
nioonlit air and reached him where h
"Then sweliy dream I
D ream on I dream on I
Nor breathe a gentle aigh
To wake (lho gentle sophyrs
Whleih fan the starlit sky."
"Poor Margaret I mny own Margs
ret P* broke from McGregor's lipa
"I have left her to 'dream on,
while I-will, if I must be truthfu
with myslf-I have neglected au<
almost forgotten her. I don't deserv,
her pure loeve, for I have not provei
worthy of it."'
He walked on more dowly, isausing
deeply a he wen. And a. late kau
that very night found hini sitting in
his own room, with Mlargaret's unan
swered letter beside him, writing to
her from the fullness of the love which
had awakenled anew in his heart.
A few week.s before, he had written
at hasty word to her baying ho would
like to sou her, but business would
render it impossible for him to leave
the south for a long time.
There is an old siying-"Wher
there's a Will, thoi c a:way." The
t ruth of it I Shall not atteinpt, to argue
licie ; It I am sure there where is lovo
thea e is a will aidi a way too, st now
limavis McUregor wrote that he
found he could leave the South, aid
that a few weeks moro would see him
at Alargaret's bide.
And if he could have seen the
bright,glow which sulfused her Ipure,
pale face when she read his letter, or
looked into the loving, paionate
woman's heas t which beat turnultu
ously beneath her silken bodice, he
Would have blessed the talisman w hich
won him back to love and Margaret.
A few weeks later, Margaret (hes
ter stood in her chamber, and tried
with tirimbling fingers to clasp upon
her white wrist a bracelet of wovo
hair, which had been Landis, gift to
her. But it was serveral minutes be
fore her nervous fiugers succeeded,
and she shook out the folds of garnet
silk whioh fell about her slender
One last glance at the mirror,
where radiant eyes and glowing cheek
a hinted of the happy hearth beneath,
and then Margaret went down to the
a parlor to await the coming of her re
She did not wait long ; for sarcely
had she time to compose herself wheii
- she hoard his ringing step in the hall,
3 and the iext moment she was folded
to his breast, and clasped there as if he
never macant to let her go.
'Tin not for us to intrude on the
sacredness of the next hour. Those
who have been lovers know already,
r and those who haven't will be, and
'tisn't for mie to spoil the flavor of
the feast beforehand, by telling you
0 what will be served up.
t An hour or so later, when they be
a gan to come down to realities again
* Landis led Margaret to the piano,
- and asked her to sing "Cantalina" for
She sang;and, when she had -finish
ed, he had bent fondly over her, and
'-Margaret, darling, do you love
that song ?"
"It was one of my favorities-I
like it better because you always like
e it," she answered wondoring a little
y at the eagerness of his tone.
"I want you to love it, because once
italmnost saved me to you, my darling,"
"Tl mine how 7" she asked.
And then, %with his arms encircling
d her, and her hands in his, Landis told
k. her how the weeds of worldly care had
D sprung up in the garden of his heart,
,t avid almost smothered the tender plant
r of love, and how the spell of a song
il from a stranger's lips had saved and
brought him back.
h And as he entreated her to doubt
0 him no more, Margaret kissed and
e forgave him ; and when he pleaded
y. with$ hr to -.o back to the South with
him, to be his sweet household angel,
Lt she proved her forg'sveness by givincg
i her consent.
n CRAWLING INTO THES SENATE.
t Conkling, one of the New York Sena
d tors, though by no means particularly
-bright, sent a nentre shot into the
whole breed of earpet-bag Senators,
ci the other day, over the shoulder of
'3 his colleague Fenton, whvom he holds
ci in small esteem. Conkling illustrated
a Fenton's method of getting into the
s Senate by the fable of the eagle, who,
n finding a worm in its nest, indignant
~, ly demanded how it reacned that lof
4 ty eminence. The worm piteously re
f plied, "1 crvwled here I"
r We don't know whether the brood
e of negro-mnade Senators will call
Conkling to aceount for this sharp
o thrust at them over Fo'nton's should
y era, but they winced awfully under
, the blow.- GeorgiaMeasenger.
d A man's dealings must be honest
dand upright. Let his yea be yea and
yr his nay be nay. Let him be rigidly
texact when he has to pay, forbearing
when he has to receive. He must not
at all delay just payments; and if he
1has been obliged to sue another and
Shas obtained judgment in his favor,
r let him be neroiful, patient and for
f Some of the Washington correspond
o, ents speak well of the colored Congress.
o man Joseph HI. Rainey, who is nearly
2 white, however, thvough born in slavery
mv Socuh Cacrolina, from which State lye
a now comes as a representative. HeI has
n aback seat, and has not yet "spoken a
f Piece." lie is rated as "a good average
~, Congresstuan," a head avid shonlder.
o above theo ordinary carpet-bagger.
f An old woman of Koshkonong,
.Wis., who lost a geese two years ago
r through the vindictiveneoss of an am
ateur sportsman, has commenced a
S suit for damages In the som of $80.
e She calculates that if the slain fowl
had lived and multipled in accordance
with natural laws, the sale of the flesh
and feathers of Its decandants would
bring her the designated sum in green
.A young lady at a ball was asked
.by a lover of serious poetry whether
*she had seen Crabbe's Tales. "Why,
1 no," she answered ; "I didn't known
I that srabs had tails." "I beg your
a pardon, Miss,* said he, "I rrcoan h ave
I you read Osabbe's Tales 1" "And I
assu'e' you, sir, I did not know that
red erabs or any other kind .f crabs,
s bad taila."
Naw YviK, August 16th, 1808.
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ri4ousf fifletionlimts of tlhe in1gs Mnd 01hroni, ha-1v4
tomadeh it knimn ns a reliable pritector ii nisli
themI. I ilO 111111pte4ii to imili'r irni mt fh0' ena
ami1 to v'ouing 4'hili en, it is Mt tle s:miie imtle til
tioAt etlectial rm.'tmedy m1liat, Can bv gi ('i r 11411 incvip
Ita l on li ption, and tle uinigeism ami- tion:
rI*f wt tlr-oit andi inigs. As a plovi.ion -.11i1 o
utdlen attacks of' Crof)), it shonbli lie kept
11:t1nd in every family, amtl iileid as all m-e :-m
Iitimes suljecL to clds inud conghs, till shuldm h<
pr.ovbmled vitli tlits .ntilote for cltent.
Al thmoaugl settlet Conesu mptllon is tliongltt in
curamble, still great niutmubers of' Cases wIere 11h
disentsme seemied settled, hIlave Ieen cmp.i11uitete
ctrd0, andothile patient re.tored to smi.4 healiti
by the Cherry Peitorei. So cmoniplete is it
nimattry over cite dtisorders of tihe .ungs m11
Thront, that ltim nost obstinate of' et yImil o it
When notiling else cuitil reacl thmn, inirl. tII
cheierryj Poceftorral they stibsile and thsppilear.
fin'ers wui. Publio speakers i11d grel
protection f'iiom it.
Asthma Is always relieved andi ollen wliollt
lured by It.
lronichills is generally cured by taking ti<
Cherr/ Pectoral in small and ftmequentt loses.
So generally ire its virtnes known, thit wi
need not ptmblisi he certificates of liim here o1
do nor tmn assure flhe public tUt its quitallie
are fully imaintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fovor and Agno, Intermittent Favor
Chill Fever, IRemittent Fever, Dmitnit
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &c.
and indeed nl the affections which aris
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic4
As its name knplies, It does Cure, anI does no
fail. Containing neither Arsncim, Qiinine, is
nuth, 'inc, nor any other m.ineraml Ior po..inu
statalnco wh'Iatever, It in nowivo tiJurtes uany pma
tient. Them numbmer anid lnmpotanciem ofit' enrm.e;mm
hi the agueo mdistr'ic.ts, are literamlly bey'ondl mneriunmt
amlm wem~ helieve withmout a par'alle int lime hiels
of' Agua nmedleino. Our' i'de Is grailledl by thi
ac'knwedgmntts wec rcccive of the radmimcm iere
offeced In obtinate m.caes, and11 whole othmer re~m
Gudles had whllyi3 failed.
Unacc'ltmrtedl persons, eithier ridnctt in, o
tralvellhig through~h imiatic locamlit Ier3 w1il bs
pr'oteted iby takimg the AG 1.:E. C(':II-, <imdly.
For Li'ver Comaplaint, aising from t-orpi
tty of ltho LIver, it1I a tn exeilmlelneedy, stIme
htitig the Livler'm into a heni tactliity.
Faor' Hliomns' I isorder'ms anit laivCom p tilamints, I
ii all exeallent remnedy, jiroihiting imanyv tru:
remarimkabie curles, wvhere othmer imemdicines hiw
P'reparedi by D)R. J1. C. AERm~m & Co., l'rneiuln:
and A nalyltIenl Chem'msts, Lowell, 31mass., aml
aeldl all runda 1ho worldi.
1.IE, $1.00 FEXJ 1JOTT12V;
oct 10 ly
UEOROE A. BOWMAN, Agent,
$37 K ing St,, Clrrcstoni, S, (0,
EE~PS eonstamntly on hand a large andi wel
Iseletek sleek of Carpeting, thi Clothi
Matting, Ruugs, Doom' Mlals, &0., &c. Smia
as are uslliy foundm. in a first olauss C'arpe
Store. nov 1b
REEDER & DAVIS,
General ConIssion Merchants,
Adyer's Wlhanf, Chmarkmsuun, S. (.
OSWEL.L REEERi,- MUi'alERMAN DAVIs.
WM. SHEPH ERD & CO.
No, 24 Ilayne St,,. Cilarleston, S, e.,
660KING STOYES, IRHTGES and llEATIN(;
Pictuires of Stoves, with ptirices anmd ils
oripmtion, will be sent, up~on applicat ion.
The Last Sensation!
J UST reem.ived~i a fr'eshi suppl~my otf Fin'
Durhamn Sm~oking Tohneco, Caminne
Oysters, Shrimpa, Pickles, Slarchi, (an'i'e,
Sutgar', Lard, Ca.<es, Tabiile Sitli, Flour Sony
Liverpool Sialt, Chteese, Caindules, 'ithoes,
Crockery, T1inmwnr'e, SMolasses. Stationary,
llardwareo, Dry Goods, &e , which we ofl'er
low for' ensh. J1. AlcINTYlII & CO.
Tiro Dolla,'. per Annum.
64 PAGES READING MATTER.
WALRBRI, BVAN8 & 000sWJILIr
D. WYATT AmKEN,
-Jixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded.
InWmn Knabe A Co.
M A Nt m4-rACTItq 0Vt
UIliNI), MQRI;1E AND IP1IUCHT
j rfy -/ V () bl"(i} 'I'ES,
'i'h l, 1 Iittnens have been before the
imblic 6,r nearly Thirty Years. andt upon
11hvir :::llenc alo itained1 :An unpur..
clm,-l i inence, whicih lproru~unces
theml unliciualled. ThLeir.
'ii"siing sinality, is well is gret purity or
11n101a46ion millSwe ns throuighout Ottke
eitire scale Te11ir
i pliait anIld last ic, an 14 u irely free from
tho Siffness foun11d i so nmny lliaos
i hey are uinpinclle, usinug bitt (lhe very
biest sou i.hn i MvreItIAL., tile large cOpitlI
enplyed in our b usinlers enlabling us to
keep continally anl imtinenso stock of lum
ber, &I- , oil hantd.
jMY" All our SUauS PIANOS haV our
New liproved (erstruny &cale and the
Anlitl rn iim .. .
pjif" We would call special afterlion to
our Inlte inprovenicits in U RAND PIANOS
iad SQU M (JHANDS, PATENTM) AuuusT
1-1. 18?A, which briig th4 Piano nearer per
fection Ihat has yet beenl attninled.
hd'ry /',mIo Fu/lly Warranted for 6 Years.
We have iawle rrageinents for (lie Soi.m
Vlltl.OSa A,; Nse r for he most celebrated
PARL1R OROANN AND MlAWEON8,
which we ollter, Wholesal, and Ieitil, at
Lowejt Factory Prices.
WM. KNA11E & CO.,
sept 1 1-1m Baltimore, ld.
P. P. TOALF
CIH Alt STON, S. U.
4 In L1argest and most cornpleto
1- | .Lanufact ory of Doorae, Samshi
Ma)es, U1linlds, Mouldings, &c, e 9
in the lothern States.
Prinied Price List Defies Competition,
A4-S EN D FO0't ONE.L -V3g
W-- Set Iree on application -igg
many --I y
Ft 9AN I Y
W G &
Iinprter andDealrs i
gust a Ga.,151 Est Ba Chr<s,'..
M GeaitSan Pulrfei
- .sN D n 5 FRt A ClaRCURLou~
(NO.f Pr. $1,ooo,o.
ihe' Sot hr naofor moion reaable
efdects a an agencyo for ampreagthepo
novt 2f laorasnttreurspia
yearl pts.easiestaishe&it chrerfo
Paelec fic Guano.
I olli0n Aget., o Charemn,8.le
Batoreofa, asnt dorqiesp9-i-l
ioninavnFloi . t .rup, fo fv
2olBbl8. excellene Fhlrge oe Syr p i-ls
2fod tb . Floridt gOrantes. o e bytiu
BTigAnt, CMAlsto 8. BRC.
NEWS and HERALD I
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ed in the State, outside of Cuharston, and
Columbiar and to one of the best advertis
ing mediuare in the up-sountry of South
Carolina. It is foraished to subseribers at
the followlu rates, in desnr
I copy one year, $4 00
1 y six months 200
1 " three montre, 1 00'
The IIKRALD, a large twenty-eight cel
uran Weekly, contains the cream of the
reading matter published in the Nzws, and
ako~sld be tho visitor of every fireside in
Fairfield. 11 has a bonafde licitlation
throughout the Union, and Is considered
one of the BEST FAMILY PAPERS in
1 copy one year, $3 00
1 " six mouthw, 2 00
6 copies one year, $T2 60
10 copies one year, 25 00'
One of the following Magazines will be
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ten subscribers for 0We HiERALD: The Ru
ral harollnian, Southern Cultivator, Godey's
Lady Book, Demerest, or Doa Tonm
'Nh. Job Department of the NEWS and
IfERALD has been fitted up with New
Type, Cards, Bill Paper, &c., such as will
warrant the Psoprietois boti ofr whom are
Pusctical Piaterse,)in-naying they can exe..
este as good JOB WORE as- any other ofice
in the State. One sterchant. will have ne
ezenue go go North fer their Jobs. Any-.
thing printed at thie effi0, frocs Visiting
Caid to tea~leatr 2Ssai
Desportes & Williams,
Proprietors, Winboro. 8. C.
TilE Co-partnership of 'lFhropson, Wood,
ward & Law, Is this day dhissolved by naw.
tual consent.0O. Rl. TIIlMSONf. ,
T. W. WOODWARD\,.
Januaey 2, 1871. J. WV. L AW.
We, the undersgned, have t~hia-daiy form.
ea eo-partnership, andr will' continue the
buslueuis of General M9erchandise, undop
the name and style of Woodward & Law.
T. W. WOODWARD#,
Jan. 2, 1I71. J. W. L AW,
Mi pervons indebted to' Iompson-, Wood.
*ard'& TAw, are requesed to call and set.
tl'e their eounts at once.
WOOD WARD & LAW,