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Becky Wilson's Courtship.
"Oh, 'now Becky, tell us about
it,"V sea the = n-:."k - .
"Bout wh f sez sAe.,
"Why, about your courtship,"
ya she turning
awaiber head and Washing dread
ful, '"you haA better tell your own
St ono ofus never bad
uas t it. I do love to hear
abtr jngnm aueh" se' Bet.
dA bia & d twisting
1 V. he'w gI s
every other *ord,
hn ~he come to our house to
.ae me," tnrning her 'head and
kinder looking down sideways nn
r, :f l" t! he'd beMer
we da 't care nothin
Welir Jihn be loved
M'4 better eVed his
se, JreiM . '
ft d= b eius
owe aa b 't g-ine.t it*
l x'd. not* be
a#s a e ter
d ee es. Fo".ber
"r ddY if he
meutent have mun and daddy got
- adcr Sustrat , and sed yes
gal bbing their bands.
"Then motly rb went to townJ
d 'fgok for me, aud
beter-be parried herself I reek
"Oh do now that is a good
' 'mby, the preacher
maW t pa; 1Magegpnd a
whole apj or people to marry
enous .n~ q'iwept..to see '
meup to thePrrer man for to
sa Ie csss- ."
us nthees -
and poor, 's ad ie -
to h t
liUg,' aybogly. tQ takeO apart-,
and so I was marrid hard and1
.M;ekwhaot,ben,-Becky ?" se
the gals getting more and .morel
went homn (e fellers
eg e.nd haulinL' and- kis
si.,ndeeiminc-; -and suich
9fez'aii's on as thefdtW eut T
taL l! they gi-eatdeal bep
s,theire wn selssI...reok
eiten- aie be all went
n heM ,psMaw; I
a~1goin' to tell, .youi mother
word more," sez Beieky, .4wben
pere-yousles - you
~owi now~l about it, I reckon."
- , as given. in our
telegaph he-every morn
lug, do raftceq vfj g6mi idea to
the casual reader. The inform
a b7f1s gastiitf"of
7 worth '~ or.tQtiq u-otation.
The f.an l$1aathe de
'Wfle~ d io~jitedat $1.10. a
paper A~t nearl.y 91
When gois quoted at $1.15, a
paper dollar is.worth 87 cents.
When gold is 'quoted at $1.20.
a doae twkSt. cents.
. Woh! is qdoted'atC 125, a
Ten got&i8 quioted 'at $1.30, a
.paper doar is-worth 77 cents.
Whe dd is quoted at $135, a
' is qpoted ~a- 1.0 a
paper do aris worth 71 cents.
When gold is quoted at $1.45, a
aprdollar is worth 69 cents.
F' Wji 14 is.quoted at $1.50, a
payerd7 i-a is worth 661 cents.
"17R take the responsibility," as
J,enk* said when he held out his
ams eo the baby.
By his Excellency JA.MESL. OR R,
Gob'ernor of South Carolina.
Whereas information has been communi
eated tk"his-Department that art atrocious
muri Was committed on the 1iody .of
Pressle 'Iope, (freednan,) by one' LAW.
$- R1CE SWYG)RT, (freedman,) in the Dis
trict of Lexington, on the 5th day of June
1867, and that;jhe said Lawrence Swvgert
has ed romjatice: S''g-r'
)h4'irnow 1, thar, the said JAlM ES L.
ORR, Governo' as aloresaid, to the end
that the said ta'wrence Swvgert. may be
broug tbtritaled to.etndignr punishinent,
do ofFer a reward of TWO HUNDRED
DO ARS f'r ftie arret and.safe delivery
of 1lteaLawretce Swygert in the jail.t
Zxi,ag$i orls a a of eitberof the ad
jolamg .stri t.
aid-Swygert is thirty-sen:cyentrsof age,
five feet ten or eleven inebes -high, =and
weighs about 175 pounds.. He has a dark
eomplexion, is somewhat round-shouldered,
rather bonr, is left-handed, and supposed
to hade'on ho '.e-tnade cotton clothing.
1'ven Under my hand and the seal of
(I ,s.1pe. State, in the city of Columbia,
- 4 the first day of July, 1867.
JAMES L. ORR,
- Governor of South Carolina.
E Ehs, :crretary of State.
p a raacemnentS.
',- "14 at.- - .
MESSRS EDnos. -The fr!en s'of CArr.
GUS. DECKERT, of Pemris the brave
soldier a of many batd s, 1yctfuly
n Cilea s3 a catrct1da te Tbi:the office of
Taa teeto of thiDiatret,'believng-that
" ominastion wilt prove bthy eptable,
f-Alrcb 20, 12 tf. MAN FRENDS.
Mas EDTots: You will please - an
nounce Mr. R V. GIST', as a candidate.fbr a
seat in the next session of our State Legisla'.
1ss . Es:+-1n Witll please an
aounee - s m 'JOHNSOltbs a can
a ee for the office of Clerk of Court, of the
Dlstri?f. 'wberry, for the' next ensuing
term. MAN FRIENDS.
DA sfi8EL6R:s'a c;... te for
Tax llector of Newberry District, yu-will
oblige ,lis many - WBMa FRIEEDS.
DE a. E tots :-You -will. pleae an
u'Ju. D. SMIITH, as acandidate for the
office of Tax Collector, Newberry District,
and oblige MA N FRIENDS.
May 2; 18.
Msss Frroas : You are authorized to an
nounce JOHN W. COUNTS as a candidate for
the o2ce of Tax Collector for Newberry Dist.,
rt .gunts is a, gehet.
- DUTUH FORK.
~OR TAx CoL.Lcoa.-Cpt. JOHN W IL
IASIe r eetfully eminated as a candidate
for the Offce of Tax Collectorg Keut.erry Da
rict, at the on-t election. - . - .
Oct. 81st, 1666. 1 MAIY FRIENDS.
Msan. E r Io" leaenom inate Mr JOS.
W .HIL sa suitb 'J for the offce
f Tax Collector, fol - eaing term, mud
lbli~~ ~ 14EWBERRY.
he offiee ap oblige OLD TIMES.
ion MSH.1CROlR ascani
ate fof Tax Collector N4ewberr.W District, at
3AN)fML&an!dt.ibey.iI1ldo aul that
sclmed for.-themiand ehee)rfully recommend
-a-.WAu aCY. Ex-Goverger oftAlabma,
J'W A.AFR,tt &ei'ioflabm.
are U M ude up.m
roW.IA3 J. JUDeG-,JudEe Supretne Court ]
I EDUSED GA iGAN'S
'IL ~,mny. #plntation, for Fever and Ague,
rnd ln&them alk that . is elahned .for them
- -, TUOS. J JUDG E
Iontgomery, Ala.,.September29, 1688.
- .Owsms -CoUs-ry,Aklama.
'dALIJOHAN'S FEVER AKD~
A GUE P'ILLS wili~do. They are decided1y the
best medicine for Chills aid Fever I ever gave.
wuldi not be without them for five times thbe
price. J. A. GR A11A5I.
A MErcUs, April 17 1867.
ONE BO7X OF GALLIGiIAN'S
PILLS gre4 m~e perfectly. onf Chills syd Fever.
1'hey aise the best medicine for Cils and Fever
ever saw. - A. G RON NA LDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, .Sumter County, Ga
*MESSRS. BvUNT &HALE
G S: I hat's used ycur G AL.IG HAN'S
>iUs-two occasions for Chills and Fever,
and t they ei6ct all that they are intend'.
ed to' d. They.arethie best remedy for the dis
ease that I ha* pver 'tried. 1 consider them
Respeetfuly, DAN'L SAYRE.
Grand Sec. Grand Lodge of F. and A. 31. of Ala.
i.ast, GA , March 11, 1887,
IHAVE USED) GALLIGHAN'S
PILLS in forty cases of Chills and Fever, with
perfect success. They are the best Fever and
Ague Pills put up. A. B. FANT.
Wo ilen Charleston, by Goonarca, WINE
xAs ., ."0. 158 Neeting street.
WM~.eIn lew York by McKEssoN & RoB
BINs, H.AREAL, RISL,EY & Co. And by all
Drggists in Newberry.
Wshm.g Compound !
The' wahing foir a family of twenty per.
sons aiay be completed before break fast, the
clothes out to dry, the house in good order
and comfortable for the day, and the family
sved ftom washing-day annoyances. Who
would not wish to have such comforts ?
This Compound is rapidly taking the place
of all soaps, wherever introduced. It is a
chemical preparation for washing clothes,
the coarsest, nis well as the finest and most
delicate fabrics, with little rubbing or' boil
ing ; saving in the process MORE THAN osE
HALF THE COST DF' SOAS, and but one-quarter
of thetime and labor is required to do the
same amounlt of washing as with the best
- I'fWILL WASH IN H ARD OR SOFT
Clothes need boiling but a few minutes,
and but very little If any rubbing with the
hands, thus avoiding their wear upon the
wash-board. I; does not injure the fabric,
on the contrary, it preserves and fixes the
colors, and will remove paint, grease or
stains of all kinds. Give it a trial and you
*ifl use nothing else.
ROBERT Y. J.EATELL, Agent,
oehbery . H, So. ('a.
Green'ille and Columbia Rail
OLUMBIA, S. C., Ju ; 5, 1867.
Notice is hereby given that the Greenville
and Columbia Ratiroa- Company are now
prepared to exchange their Bonds and Certi
ficates of Indebtedness. endorsed by the
State of South Carolina under the Act of the
Legislature of December 20, 1866, for their
Bonds and Coupons past due.' secured by-a
mortgage commonly known as the "first
Also. for 'heir Bonds,.and the Coupons on
tlem ,th4t raay be du.e, endorsed by.the State
nnd the A,t of the Legislature of January
28, 1861, wl.ch are headed "Confederate
States of Ameilea."
Also for their Bonds and Coupons past
due, known as -Nob41ortgage Bonds and
Coupons." at one for three, as provided for
in said .Act of December20, 1866.
Holders of "Non-dortgage Bonds and
Coupons" past dae,who prefer it, will-be alt
lowed to take for them, in exchange, the
Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness of
the Company,secured by a second mortgage,
Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness,
secured by a second mortgage, will also be
tendered to all psrties having any other
class of claims against the Company. in pay
tient. JOHN G. EDWARDS,
July 10 Treasurer.
GreemHl e & Columbia R. R.
Passauger Trains will run daily (Sundays except
ed until further notice as follows:
Leave Columbia at......................7.15 a. -m.
" Alston at......................-9: . "
Nettiberry ~..r10.35 .".
Arrive at Abbeville at - --318 p m.
" at Audeson at 5.1J "
" at G reeniile at 5
Leave GreeudUte at - 6.--0 a. m
0 -1Ander:n . i 6.33,
w- Abbeviteat 835 '
* Newbe'ry at. -1.2) p. r.
Arrice atAlst--- - --2 45 ".
" .at Colni1nbia at- i40 ".
GENERAL SUP'rs OFFIC11.
CHARLESTON, S. C.; Nov 8, r860.
On ar,d after the 13th in.L, the through Mair
Train will run as follows, viz.
Leave Charleston................................8.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia...........................J 20 p. m
Lave Columbia.................s...... 6.5- a. m..
Arrive at Charleston.........................4.00 p. m.
March13 -. ii T PEAKE, Gen'1 Sup't.
Sup' Ofie Ns Cs Railroad Co.,
COMWANY SHOPS, MaY 14.1867.
UNTIL r:,rtber notice, Pa-set'ger Trains will
run on this E0h' as follows!
MAIL ' RAtN- EasT.
Leave Charlotte daily 12 19 a. m.; Greensboro
.51; Raleigh 9.18. Arrive iu Goldsboro 12 1o
Leave G oldsboro 107 - p. In.; Rsleigh 3 50;
Greensboro 7.58 Arrive in Charlotte 1219 a. m.
&CCOMXODATIOS rtRAr, DAILY, (SuuDAYS Y.
Leave Charlotte 5.5; a. in ; laleigh 1040. Ar
nye at Gjoldsboro 3'iS a mn.
Leave C oldsbo.ro 2.30 a. mn.; flaleigh 6 0".. Ar
in in Chasrlte 10.40 p. m.
P'assengers by Mail Trains make close through
onnection---either way-at Charlotte, with
harlotteand S. C. -ta.iroaa;. at Greensboro,
Ja :p niile:and,..Richmnon; -at -Raleigh, via
elon and Bay Line and Almnamessic Line.
Aso, connected at Goldsboro with Mail train on.
ilmington and Weldon Road, to and from
Ti O raCaAotte.to New York forty hours,
,y'ither route. JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
May 16th;'1861_ ___
On and a'fter Thursday, January 31, 1867, th:e
rains on this road will run'as folows:
ynchburg a:nd D)anville and Way Accommio.
dation and Rassezgr Tran-- . .
eaves Richtnand'daiiy (except Sunday
at.....................----.-----5 A. M.
Lave Danville daily--except Sunday
at................................3) A. M.
He hre,Mm is, . Orlens &c via
ynhbr1d aUt-'isy-tations on the
utderailroa._will take thiis train.
4 E esfrain Eoing-.West
a 1io4 ilf-at.......,...2.10' . 31.
Laves W i ille at------ ...-----------985 r. M
~e*vi6eeus'b6r6 at.......:........2 81 P SP'.
Laves Danville at.. ....:......445 P. M.
Passengers from: diehm for all .stations
res of Danville, Charlotte, Columpba. Angunsta,
Acon, Cotumnbas, Atjanta, li-ontgomlery, Mo
)il, and New Orleans, via Columbia, will take
is tin. THOMAS DO.DAMEAD.
Feb. 6'. .
GNERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,
CH ARLOTTs & S. C.'RAILROAD,
. TI-oLI.guBp, S: 0., May2i 1867.
On~ and ater Sunday,, May 5, thes schedule of
bePassenger Trins~ over 'this :Road will be as
eave Columbia at----- ....-----------5... P a . m.
rrive at Charlotte at ..----------....12.15 a-. m.
eave Charlotte at...........-~.....J2.21 a. mn.
Errive a't Columbia at............. -.--50 a in
Close connectina:s are made at Columbia anid
)harlotte with the mail trains on the North Care
)lia ad, South Carolina Rlailroads.
By thuis arrangemext, passengers ' y the Green
~ille l:oa~ d- ay go. immediately through~ East -
rard. a:Ad have no'deteuntion in Columbia.
T HROUG H FICKET'Sare sold at &olumnbia to
iEbwod, Va., Washington Di. C.,~Baltimore,
Id.. 1'hiladelphia, Pa., and New York city
giving choice of routes via rortsaouth or Rich
nond-and bgggage checked. Tickets are alEo
old at Charlotte for Cha rleston and Augusta.
An Accommodation Train. forfright and local
,assage, leavres Columbia at 7 a. m., on Tnesday.s,
hursdays and Saturdays' of each week. and
.barlottc on the same days and hour; arriving at
olumbia and Charlotte at 7 p' m.
May 3 C. BOUSNIG H , Sup't.
Office Laurcns R. R.,
Laurens C. H,., S. C , May 23, 1807.
ODN AND AFyER Monday next. 27th inst.,
the Trains will run as follows, until
urther notice. The Road having been com
pleted through to Newberry, freight and
assage will be considerably reduced:
Leave Laurens at 6 o'clock, A. M., on
uONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
AYS, and arrive at Newt'errv at 12 o'clock.
Leave Newberry on TUESDAYS and
SH URSDAYS at 12 o'clock,and o SA TUR-.
DAYS, at 1 o'clock, connecting with the
->wn train og, the G. & C R.-R.
May 23,.-86 Superintendent.
aI,y Trains on B. R. R. R.
SUPT's OFFICE G. & C. R R.,
CoLUmIa, May 3 ,1867.
On and after the 1st day of June, die r-rains of
the Greenville and Columbia Hailroad Company
wirll be rua daily (Sundays excepted over the
Blue Ridge Railroad, between Anderson and
Wahalla, to connect with the up and down
trains of the Greenville Railroad.
B SLOAN, Sup Gi.&. C.RU.R1.
June 2. 3867.
WILLIAMSTON SPRINGS, S. C.
THIS POPULAR WATERING
I LACE, having been leased by the
n scriber, is now opened for vi?itors.
Williamston has strong attracuions for the
invalid, the climate being saiubrious, and
the water, the purest ebalybeate ini America.
No pains will be spared on the part of the
proprietor to render every comfort to in
aids and pleasure seekers. Board will
oly be $25 per month, $9 per week, and
1,5O per day.
Travelers by the Greenville and Columbia
Rail Road reach the Springs, daily at ha f
past 4P. M. H. I. EPTING, M.D.,
Julv 3-27-tf. Proprietor.
I propose, on the second Monday In July,
to open an elementary school in the New
berry College building, to continue during
Ters-S1 .50 in advance-monthly.
Jne2 S. T. HALLMAN.
THIS IiO TEL having changed-hands, has
been thoroughly renovated and refitted, and
the subscriber earnestly solicits the attention
of the public to the fact.
A new and elegant BAR ROOM is at%
tached to the house. Choicest wines, liquors
and cigars can always be had.
J. P. POOLE, Proprietor.
PASSE ERSarrivirg in Columbia--on
the different Railroads will find Omnbusses,
Ctrriages and Baggage Wagons in readiness
toconvey them to and from this Hotel free
ggrResponsibdePers:ns-in attendance to
receivi Checks and Baggage.
T. S. NICKERSON,..PRo.PRIEToR.
CORNER QUEEN AND MIEETING STS,
Charleston, S. C.
This well known first class Hotel hes just
been thorou:.hly repaired, refitted and re
furnished, and is now ready for the acco.a
modaticn of the travelling public, whose
patronage is respectfully solicited.
Coaches always in readiness .to convey
passengers to and from the Hotel.
The Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
Nov 7 Proprietor.
IRLE STON -HOTEL,
C H ARLESTON,$. D.
,fi ,Spoptular ands well knwri Hote bas
beeg ne9ly furl4 througboht by -the
present -Proprietor,'who has- bsen sixteen
ysars connected 1ith-the estahlhment.
W. WV 1IT, PaOrPr'ETOR.
Gso$as G- Mx:gn, Stperintenclent,
CRARLES A. MILLER, Oahier.
April 4, 1866-14.
No. IO,EastB_ay, Cha rdleton, SC.
ON T HE-EUROPEAN SYSTE i,
The boarder or lodger renti-1his room,
and eating where he pleases.:Attached to
the house is a fine.' RETAURANT where
the best of fare of any and every kind, and
at most reasonable rates, can be had. This
plan is extensivel. enaried on in New York
ail is found to be most convenient, and
particarly adapted to business men. The
room's are .larg , a'r, and well furni-hed,
and every attentio: wilL be given to render
satisfact;on. .. May 9, 19-tt.
256, IN THE END OF KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
T HIS pleasantly located House is now open
for the accoannod tion fpermnet and -trang
ent boarders. - ~ -
Mrs. A. J.'KE.iNECYT. L. A. RUFF.
July 25, 866. .tf.
Newly farnished and refitted, unsurpassed
by any hotef South, was re-opened to the
public October 8, 1866.'
T. S. Nick-erSon.,
Late of the Mills House, Charleston, and
Proprietor of' Nickerson's Hotel,'Coluni.
bia, S. C.
1R1:1est01, S. C.
The above pcipnuar ilote is open for t,he
acotii'uodbtiou pfjthe Travel lingPublic.
'Boarid, per day, $3.00
Mrs. H. L. BU:TTERFIElLD,
A. BU-r-rr.gfr.2 ( l 4'rietross.
Supe'r efd--tt,' ~- Nnember I
From and aft' r this date, the "Shiver
House;gvjJl belpaQn byg4he abog o,sm~e.
The pera reeied b,yhT pesetapro
prietress h'as beent so gratifying that sfic is
determined to enlar'ges her business and
give to it a distinctive title.
The.iravellhggdblic grillee iicuitne
able table always be kept ; attentive ser
vants will attend to individual wantP, uand
no effort be spared to preserve the reputa
tion whieh- the present management ha's cn
deavorcd to preserve.
M.RS. D. C. SPECK, .
Dec. 19 i f. Colunbi, C.
Throw away your false frizzes, y#ur sgtcE
your wig -zi -o thafg
Cnne'sed,'come :.outhful. come ugly and fair,
Ad tej'oce in your own luxuriant hair.
For restoring hair upon bald hends (from
whatever cause.It may have fallen :out) and
forcing a growth of h air upon the face,-it has
no equal. It will force the beard to grow
uon the smoothest face in from five to eight
veks, or hair upon bald heads in from two
to three months. A few ignorant practition
ers have asserted that there is nothing. that
will force or hasten the growth of the bair or
beard. Their assertions are false, as thou"
sands of living witnesses (from their own
experience) can bear witness But many
will say, how are we to distinguish the gene
nine from the spurious? It certainly is diffi
cult, as nine-tenths of the different Prepa,.
rations advertised for the hair and beard are
entirely worthiess, and you may have alrea
dy thrown away large amounts in their pur
chase. - To such we would say, try the Re..
parator Cappilli; it will cost you nothing nl
less it fully comes up to our representations.
If your Dauggist does not keep it, send us
one dollar and we will forward it, postpaid,
together with a. receipt for the money, which
will be returned you on application, providing
entire satisfaction is not given. Address,
W. L. CLARK &CO., Chemists,I
No. 3 West Fayette Street, SYRAc UsE, N. Y.'
Feb. 27th, 1807. ly.
F ORCED to grow upon the smoothest face
in from three to five weeks by using
Dr. SEVIGNE'S REST"AUgA'IEUR CAPIL
LAIRE, the most wonderful discovery in
modern science, acting upon the Beard and
Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It
has been used by the elite of Paris and Lou"
don with the most flattering success. Names
of all purchasers will be registered, and if
entire satisfaction is not given in every in
stance, the money will be cheerfully refunds'
ed . Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $1.
Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed
free. Addrsss BERGER, SHUTTS & Co.,
Chemists, No. 285 River Street, Troy, N.
Y., e ole agents for the United States.I
Feb. 2'7, 1867. 17
Schedule Spar. & Union R1. R.
ON and after MONDAY, the 20th May inst.
the Passenger Trains will run on 2iondays, Wed
nesays and Saturdays. Down trains leave
Sparanburg C. H.. at 5 a. mi.; arrive at Aiston
atf1.8 a. m. Up trains leave Alston at 12.3)
p. in.; arrive at sipartanibu C. H at 00 . mn.
President s. & U. Railroad.
T-Unonv11n S. C, May 16, 1867.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Eq,atty-Newberry District. Henry
Summer and William Summer, surviving
Ad+a'r vs. Mary M. Summer, C. P. Sum
ner and others. Bill for sale of land to
mari;hall.assets and general relief.
It appearing :to my satisfaction that
Margaret J. Summer and Mary Margaret
Summer, (infant,) two of the defendants to
this bill, reside from and beyond the limits
of this State, on motion ot Fair, plaintiff's
SoL it:is ordered, that they do plead, an.
swer or' demur, to said bill, within forty
days from the publication of the rule, or
the same will be taken pro confesso against
them. SILAS JOHNSTONE. c. E. N. D.
Cor's Office, May 1-19-6t. *10.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ne*berry District-In Equity. Sarah
Cureton, vs, G. A. Broom ..and wife .nd
others. ..Bill for Partition. -
It appearing to my satisfaction tlat G. A.
Broom, and Isab>ella his wife,. David L.
Moore and Melissa -his wifl3; Ftederick S.
gureton, Elistia.O. Cureton, Jennie Cure
ton and Alice Cnreton, parties defendant in
the above stated case reside beyond -this
State, on motion o' Messrs. Grrlington and
Suber Comp's. Sol.
Ordered that said absent defendants plead,
answer or demur to the Bill filed in said
case, within forty days after publication
hereof, or the same will be taken pro con
Cth's Office, SILAS JOHNSTONE, .
May 21 1867. 6t. *10 C. E. N. D.
The under igned baving-}edsomely re
fitted and furnished their.,esa'6lishment, are
prepared t etertain enstonersd'n first rate
order. All-the fancy drinks carefully put
up. Families supplied with ice. Icid water
dispensod-to the,tbirstyleeof cherge.
'S.VIITII & CHRISTIAN:
-LEWIS UTLI, R6
FASONA3LE BARB and
RESPECTFULLY annnunce to the gen
tlemen of Newberry, that he has removed to
the room in the rear of the Newberry Hotel,
where he will be happy to wait upon all in
the exercise of his profession. His object
is to'please the most fastidious taste, aid
the keeping of his shop shalt be after the
Shaving, Trimming, Shampooing, and
Hairdyin,secuted i. the, most approved
manner...,.... Jan. 23-4-t'.
beef, Beef, Beef
I irl famisl' this mnarket ith che.ice
Beef three times a week, on Tuesdays,
T'hursdays Vird# Sitidy; in any one
wishing pahiculaYpiees by ci'fg on mue
the day before and ordering the same can
ave ifasent to their.house. . K ';
Jiune 26 26 2t. A. HP RRIS, Ag't.
'. BLEASE'S RETREAT."
Meals and Lddgingsiur'nished,
T'he Bar is supplied with the. best: of Brain'
ies, Whiskies, &c. Juleps, Snidshes, San
arces, Punches; Coblers, Lyons, Cock-tails,
&c., &c., nicelypiked and igg
" IQE VREMAM..
From anSeti a .d and gen
temen cani be furnished with Ice Cream at
. E. sTENHOUsE. ALLA~N MIAcAULY
STlffQjf E CILY.
( pmmission Merchaits,.
For t1msmh ofa &r ttsk Y*ns, Sbeets
ngs, \ 1 ~r* G, ai fgihe jurecse of
erch sOtenra e - - ]
6Q Pearl Street,. New Yr'k~
Conignmnents to us from any point in the South
ully protected by Insurance as soon as s .ipped.
Bbllon's Greek Gri-mmar.I
- OGrck-Reader. . I
" L tatin Gr-'mmar.
" " Latin Reader.
-z " E Horace.
Wilson's Readers- Ist, 2d,i3d, 4th, & 5th.
Southern Readers and Spellers.
Hlistorys, by various authors. .
Richardson's Masonry for .the craft, and
nany other books, kept constantly for sale,
or Cnsli by DUFFIE & CMAP1MA;.
. Aprila 17 t.' Main stree., Newberry.
1VIGON FOR SMLE
The;subscribers are now offering to sup
ply residem.ts of Newberry, and vieinity,
Yanulactured at GREENVILLE, S. C.
These Wagons are of the best material
One, Two, Three, Four, Five& and Six
orse are always on hand, ready made, and
any, description of wagon will be made to
rder on short notice.
Orders for wagons may be left with
arwile & McCaughrin, Newberry S. C. I
GOWER, COX, MARKLEY & CO.
Greenville S. C.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
T young and to old, to great and to small;
The beauty wh ich once wasso precious and rare
Is free for all, and all may be fair. -
Bi the-useo - f
For Improving and Beautifying the Comn'
The most valuable and perfect preparation r
n use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl'.
ike tint, that is only found in youth. It
uickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples,
lotches, Moth Patches, Sallowness. Erup
ons, and all impurities of the skin, kindly
ealing the same leaving the skin white and
clear as alabaster. Its use can not be de.,
tected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
egetable preparation is perfectly harmless. ..
t s the only article of the kind used by the
Frenh, and is considered by the Parisian as
ndispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards
of30,000 bottles were sold during the past
year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy.
Price only 75 cents. Sent by mail, posts.paid,
n receipt of an order, by;
BURGER, SH U1'TS & CO., Chemists,
285 River St , Troy, N. Y.i
J. R. READ & CO.,
263 King Street,
Chazrleston, S. C.
Having recovered from the effects of the
late fire, and in the meantime repaired and
improved our store, making large additions
to the same, we are now prepared, after
passing many weeks in carefully selecting
Goods, to exhibit the nost attractive and
entire ne% stock of British and Continental
DRY and FANCY GOODS ever offered in
Charleston, S. C..
J. R. READ & CO.
263 King-st:, Charleston, S. C.
New and Seasonable
Foreign Dry Goods,
Domestics and Linens,
Best Kid Gloves,
Lace Mitts and Gloves,
, Embroideries, and
J. R. READ & CO.
263 Kiagsst., Charleston, S. C.
CLOAK and SHAWL
Our NEW DISPLAY ROOM being now
completed, we take pleasure in inviting an
inspection of our new and choice stock of
Comprising every new and choice novelty
of the season.
-B14ck GkBaques and~Saeques, -
Black and W ite- ice Points;
Grenadine and Barege Shawls,
Plain and Fancy Shetland Shawls,
Mozambique and Sn Silk Sh;iwls, &c.
. 8-READ & CO..
263 King-st.y Charleston, S. C.
Our entire Stock is New,
having been selected during the late depress
;ion in the price of Goods generally, and
with particular reference to its adaptability
to the market . -
Goods shown with .ples' to all.
Latest novelties received every steamer.
Liberal discounts m:ade 'to the Trade."
,or CASH BILLS or C ty acceptances.
263 Kibg-st ,Clrarleston, S. C.
March 27, 3m
Da C. F.PANKNIN
Charleston, S. C.
December 5 1yr
GROVESTEEN' & Co.,
449 BR0ADWAY. NEW YORK.
These rIANGS received the: Highest Award
>f Merit, at the World's Fair. over the bcst ma
~ers from London, Paris, Germany, the cities of
~ew York. Philadelphja,J3altimore and Boston ;
Liso, the Gold Medal at the American Iustitute.
or Five Successive Years ! Our Piano ,contain
l b'e ch f,r&nd Au 6, Harp P'eda -Over-.
truf ass. Full !uii d mire,: andi all leder~tri
nm Wv ie:ts' 1N~erv Instrument w:irranted
"iVE years Madle uder the supervision of Mr
FH . U ROV ES I EEN. who has a practical expen
-ience of over thirty five years, and is the make-r
> over eleven thousand piano tortes. Our facil
tics for manufneturing ennble us- tosell these in
trumenta from S100 to $200 cheaper than aa:y
irst class piano forte. aug 15 ly
A MONTH!-AGEN rS wanted for six en
irely new articles, just out. Address 0. T.
iAteV, City Building, Baddefo'rd, Me.
July 25 17. -_
PER YEA R! we wvant agents every whern
o sell our IMPROVED $20 Sewing Ma
hines. -Three new kinds. Under and up
mfa Sent -on trial.. Warranted 'fivi
rears. Abie salary bn large commissions
aid. Tle qm,Yr machines sold in tile Uni
ed States for less thain $40, which arc fully
icsed by Howe. Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
er & Baker, Singer & Co., and Biachelder.
til other chesap machines are infrintrements,
~nd the seller or user are liable -to arrest, fine
nd imprisonment. -Illustritted circulars sent
ree. Adldress. or call upon Shaw & Clark,
t Bidderord, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 1y..
[f You Want a Thorough
Daily and Tri-Weekly ;-or
TIIE WEEKLY GLEANER,
'blshed every Wednesday, in Columbia,
i. C. The LATEST NEws Foreign and
Lterican, besides a vast amount of miscel
aneous reading,- will be found in these pub"
The Phoenix and Gleaner are
he only papers in the State out
>f Charleston, which pay for and
Every issue of the Daily contains from -.
Ten to Fonrteen Columns of Reading Mat
er; the Tri-Weekly from Tveniy to Twenty
Ior, and the Weekly Forty,eight Columns
-making it the Largest and Cheapest paper
the South.. subscription reasonable.
)n application. An examinatio'x of- their;
nerits is solicited. .
Terms for Six Xonth-In Advace.
Daily Phconix $4 ; Tri.'Weekly $23;
Weekly Gleaner $1b.
JULIAN A. SELBY,
June 5 COLUMBIA, S. C.
S. R. CHAPMAN,
iTTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBERR? Y 0. Hi., S. 0. ;
Will attend to busiuess enttrudie: to his care.
rarwric a Bo.istOre. Feb. 6;
Ob! she was beautsful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose cari tnandrils soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind.
For Curling the Hair of either Sex
into Wavy and Glossy Ringlets,
- or$eavy, .Massive Curls, .
By using this article Ladies and Gentle
Mnen can beautify themselves a thousand
fold. It is the only article in the world that
will curl straight hafr, and at the same time
give it a beautiful, glossy appearance.. The
Crisper Coma not only curls the h>ir, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it ;' I
highly and delightfully perfumed, and Is the
most,complete article of the kind ever offer
ed to the American public. The Crisper
Coma will be sent to any addaess, sealed and
postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, STaAcusa N. Y.
Feb. 27, 1867-1y.
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DR. JOINVIL
ELIXIR you can be cured permaneaty
at a triting cost..
The astonishing success which has atten4
ed this invaluable medicine for Ph.sital ad
Nervous Weakness, General Debility pqd
Prostration. Loss of Muscular Energy, 1
tency, or any consequences of youtb l
discretion, renders .it the most val a
preparation ever discovered.
It will remove all nervous affections, 4e&
ppression, excitement, incapacity to study or
business, loss .of memory, confu.ion,
thoughts-of self,destructiQn, fears of insan
ity, &c. It 1111 restore the appetite, renew
the health of those who have destroyed It by
sensual excess or evil practises.
Young Ken, be ,humbugged no more by
"Quack Doctors''and ignorant practitioners,
but send without delay for the Elixir, and.be
at once restored to health and happiness.
A Perfect Cure is Guaranteed in -every In
stance. Price, $1, or four bottles to one ad
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in
all ordinary cases.
ALSO.. DR. -JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC
PILLS, for the speedy and permanent cure
of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Urethral Discharges,
Gravel, Stricture, and all effections of the
Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in
from one to five days. They are prepared
from vegetable extracts that are harmless on
the system, and never nauseate the seomacb
or impregnate the breath. No changef
diet is necessary while using them, nor does
their action in any manner interfere with
business pursuits; Price, $1 per box. .
-Either of the above-mentioned articles will
be sent to any address, closely sealed. .and
post-paid, by mail or express, on receipt of
price.. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHU f fS & CO, Chemists,
'No. 285 River Street, Troy, v. Y.
Feb. 27, 1867. ty,
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOft!!
Hair Exterminator !!
For Removing Surperfluous Hair.
To ttie is~drtos ospecially, this Invaluable
epiatory recommends itself as being an
mmost Indl'pensible article to female beauty,
is easily applied, does not borti or -Injureth
#ktn, but sets directly on the- roots.Tft"u
warranted to remove superffueus hair irai
row foreheads, or from. any part ofte-d
onpletely, totally and radically
a sa8me, leaving the skin soft, sot
atural. Tpis is the only 'article used
the French; and is the' onl real
Iipatory In existence0 tes75 'eent* fa
aeage sent-post,pad;-ta any address, om
eelpf er Ima order, by --
BERGER. SHUTT'S & Co., Ch'eftM
Feb285 Ever St., Trey, 1N.
The World Astonishd
- At die Wonderfl Reeltin
Made by the GreatAstrAOOgist
Madame II. s PERRNIOs
She reve:mis secrets no mortal eier kneu.*
he restores to happiness t.hoae; who, from
joleful cventsa, catastrophes, crosses in love,
oss of rela tions and friends, loss of wneney,.
h,have become des.pondent. She brings
rogether those long separated, gives lnfornm -
ition concerning absent friends or lovers,
restores lost or stolen property, tells you the
)Usiniess you -are best qualified tou:pirsu-,
and in what you will be most suecesfd.,
i:n es speedy marriages and tells youalte
rey day you will marry, giyes you- the
(nne, . Uikeness and* characteristics of the
es6n. She reads your very. thoughts, and
Wy her almos.t supernatural powers unveils
he da.rk and hidden mysterica of the future.
Erom the stars we see in the ftrmament-the
unikf!c stars that overcome or predominate
u the configuration-from the aspects and
oitions of the planets and the frxed stars in
he heavens at the time of birth, she deduces
he future destiny of man. Fail not to con
~ult the -greatest Astrologist on earth. It
:o'ts you but a trifle, and you may never
igain have so favorable .an opportunity.
onultation fee, with likeness and all de
ird information. $1. Parties livingr at a
lsmace can consunlt the- Madame by mail
rtlr equal safety and satisfaction to tBe
;ees, as if in person. A fuR and 'gxplicit
:bart. written out, with all inqafries ansitered
ind liketiess enclosed. sent. by .mall on re
mipt of price above nentioned. The strict
a secresy will be maintained and all.corrs
yondence returned or destroyed. References
>f.the higrhest order furnished those desiring'
hem. Write plainly the day of the moitkr
mud year in which you were born, enciosing'
ismall lock of bh.ir.
Address, MADAME H. A PERRIGO,
P. 0. Drawer 293, Buffalo, N. Y.
Feb.27th, 1867. 17
Lbrn, Goideni, Flaxen & Silken Curls -
PRODUCED by thettskaf Prof DEB
REUX' FRISER LF4 CHEVU, One
Lpplicationl warranted to cur! fi,os& .
traightzand stubborn hair o'either i*t
ravy ringlets, orhbeavy maassive curls. a
een used by the fashionable of Paris gb
.andn, with. the most~ gratifying results.
goe-uo injur y to the hair. Price by mail,
ealedifd postpaid $1. Descriptive Circa
ars mailed free. Address BERGER. SHUTTTE
e CO.. Chemists, No. 285 River St. Troy,
O. L, Sole Agents for the United States.
1Feb. 27, 1867-ly.
TIIE subscriLer has jtist received a stipp
these Cases, from the above celebrated
2anufacturer. which are of the. latest .and
ost improved patterns, and of elegant koe=
rood finish, and which he offers at Io*'xates
the public. He takes this occasion to say
at they have been purchased excitisively
>r cash, and selling them ati only a sinal d
dvance on the cash price, that'no of-ders'foi
se above Cases will be attended to unleS
companied with the cash.
R C. CHAPMAN.4
N w berry, S. C., ?uly ?5, 1866. 9m.