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People are mistaken when they
suppose a small foot an element of
beauty. A foot should bear a just
proportion to the fgure; if too
large, it argues coarseness, and
gives a heaviness to the manner,
forbidding ease and grace of
moverient. A large foot, however,
argies a certain honesty of char
acter, and which of course more
than atones for the lack of grace.
Large feet also imply stability.
A idtn who is jealous in his temper
ahould marry a woman whose feet
are- ,large; such are generally
keepers at home, and modest with
al-they are not given to gadding
--their feet abide in the house.
The sentiment of beauty is less in
the size than a certain litheness
andelasticity. Dress has a great
effect rpon the foot, and very long
dresses are not adapted to exhilit
it to advantage.-The long robe
certainly destroys its elasticity.
The French foot is meagre,
narrow, and bony ; the Spanish i:4
small and eleganty curved-thanks
to its Moorish blood-correspond
ing with the Castillian pride, high
in the- instepc the Arab foot is
proverbial for its high arch, 'a
stream can run under the hollow
of his foot,' is a description of its
forni ; the foot of the Scotch lady
is large and thick ; that of the
Irish flat and square ; the English
sbot' and fleshy ; the American
foot 1s apt to be disproportionately
small. A foot should be arched,
fairly rounded, and its length
proportioned to the height of the
individual. It should have a deli
cate spring to it, and the ankle
sbould.bo rounded and firm.
The Sies canal, connecting the Red sea
with the Mediterranean has been comD
Kansas City Missouri, built 2,000
houes last year.
W. Boyd, vs. John Satterwbite
andLtieh. Satterwhite, Ex'ors,
etal. Bill for Injunction,
It appearing to my satisfaction that the
follo ' defeadanta reside out of, and be.
ioad t limits of this State, viz: James
B. Payne and Richard Payne. It is there
fore odered on motion of Suivan, Todd &
Todd,Uouip1's Sol'a, that they appear in
des Court, on or before the fifth day of
Jdly next, and -lead, answer or den,ur to
thisbijl, or the same will be taken pro con
THOMAS 31. LAKE~, c. c. p. s. C.
CeinysOHHee, May 25th, 1869.
LIF INSUBANCE COMPANY
HAgETEMINED TO ESTABLISH A,
Branch Offee in South Carolina,wblch
weI give us the benefits of an entirely Home
Company, by investing in the State, all the
.fundsreceived in it. In fact it is better
than a new company, because the Piedmont
is a success already established, with ample
sThis Company has insured some Four
Hundred persons in Edgefield, near Two
Hundred in Abberille, a g>od many in
other counties, and about Thirty in New
berry. It Is the dety of every person of
fai'il to inere ina b'half of that family at
exct. 'It takes much less than you think
to minr . Don't wait til Fall, but take out
as lqarga Policy as you can sow, and in
crease it when you get able. You may die
this coming sickly season, and in that event
a salai Policy would do your family much
go&and it is your duty to make the best
provision you can for them, no matter how
Col; .take a Policy in this Southern
Home Company without a day's delay.
THOMAS S. MOORMAN,
June 2 21 tf Agent.
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IThe most bea'itiful Cooking
do all kinds of Cooking with ats
stove haa. It is very heavy and
LEADER, I keep constantly on
operate well. Out of the man'
The Tin Business is still car
R E AD-R EA D.
-con to ~esadBarns"
'Coslat's Ruckiom SaIn~
Is the most extraordinary su.VE ever knowi
Its power of Soothing and Healing for .
Cts, Burns, Bruiass Sores, Ulcers, Chanp
Hands and s"kin, for Sore Nipples, for Pi
&,, &c.,-ls without a ,parallel One pei
son says of it, 'I would not he without
Box in my House, if it cost $5.00, or I ha
to travel all the war to New York for it."
[N. Y Evenit.g News, Sept. 5 j
All Druggists in Newberry sell It.
Bitter-Sweet and I?range ilossear
gy One Bottle, 11.00--Three for 62.00.
"Vsa's" BaI, oach, &c., Ltarnintors
"estar's" BM Bug Extraniaters.
"Ostar's" (only pure) hnsett P.4
"Ouly Tn&l be I.die nwn."
"rAll Dies at Newberry C. H., en them
"COSTAR, 10 Crosby St., N. Y.,
Or, JOHN F. HENRY, (Successor tt
DEMAS BARNES & Co., 21 Pat
Row, N. Y.
SldtNEWBERRY C. H.
Apsil 28 17 df.
Guardians, Trustees, Committees, Recel
r, also Administrators and Executor
must make their annual return to this offic
on or before the first day of June ngext.
Rules will be issued against all defaulter
JOHN T. PETERSON,
April 14 16 12t Newberry County.
The undersigned have formed a partne
ship for the practice of Law in 'the Sta
Courts and the United States Courts,i
the District of South Carolina. Office
Newerr, 8 C.JAMES 11. BAXTER,
April 7.14 tf. SiLAS JOHNSTONE.
W. G. GLENN,
GEO. C. ROBINSOT
26% Broad Street,
Choice Family Groceries
Of Every DescriptiO]
lCONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Sugar, Salt, .Potatoes, Salt Fish,d
jAt the Lowest Cash ?rice
nee. 5 49 Gmo..
~D WITHOUT EXTEI
Stoe owin aret Wil ak
ittl fue as aytoeins.I
durable, and is not_ solabetoe
handa lage asortent f oter
- Oe f hve ol, nt ne o
ieO,nisvrou rnhs n
Stoaelnowi emarke. WilCae
dule, an snoo ie to cr
SSto.e 92 bRaD AYl, noe tork
WM. on in i EX Ar ER Prhesident.
DR . H. VicAPeidnt
131 ndn eeTmbe stR, 6,i
) Carlia eciveo o Caa.So
Loins onsBondanotae, beingi
dtyo.92 BRiOADWAor,i teYr
- moeta douletheamun o
n ..9 - - - 'I,86
un nemhre ...................1,725
CWsh Cn.taso AeXnr, Pr..n...782
. B. Y E, ie Premim ncureo o int...4.0
Deere JSemW.-AuLEXandE Quarctry
ithher oper ty......... ---...----- ------..2 ot
>r ns o presn vae ortount,reqeire
toieafeoy rinuroe altotstnd-h
ian d ob e of tew ok " wci ty".....6700
A moretnt ol the obiatiount of
the society......... ...-------. 189,88
8au s........-...... .......--.------------7 1,825I
Number o Plice sudi 88........11 .
Amosh e in 1868.. ... .......,...218.44
C Wh n .d of . gn (rEporte) 'ts
Daejesrredeied avyl g and ellerey
OtrYO Properrint.. ,... heetiu7,4
Shitig'~a ssts.and..as.for.Laies Gent
L-O th lare qut of rd9ar and Cr0.o
..Go ASset arch 81, 1r8c9rs,9to0it: Su
Coetpeseas, value , amutc. uie
ALSO f1linue alrtmen ofugs,toge
wing plesdif tocoiequors,75au
Amnt, Gil, Whses o m,igati o in t
, te. Stocis complete.ad.I.wantal
whmrof c olndiceiedn to8com.for
aon Asmysuokfrd in 1868. ertain 5 8ha1
sen M. P. ALBRITTOs
I woulda retful a otectzn,
s quick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
as many advantages which no other (
ek as many stoves are. Besides the
atterns. all of whic1 are warranted to
y knowledge has failed to give entire I
all work will be done at short notice. t
- W. T. WRIGHT.
TIHE GREAT Case
1-Iluinan M:i se ry.
iJust publishted in a Sealed Enwelope.
Price six cents: (
-A Lecture on .the Nature. Treatmiet and i
9Radical Cure of Seminal WVeshness, or Sper% t
mnaiorrIbma. indmneed( by Seif-Ahase; Invol,
,mntary Emisone, Impotenicy, Nervous De,.
bifity. and Imp'iliuients to Marriage gene'.
ral;y; Con-umnption,t Epilewsy, and its;
IMental aw'il'Physmal loacapacity, ke -By 1
?KOB. J CUJLVEItWlELL, M~. D) , Author of
'Green Book," &c. (
The world renio'ned author, In thiq ad'. i
Imirabie recunre. ele rny proves from his own I
excperience thait the awful consequences of
V elf,A huse may be e&icma'lly remnved with',
out medic'ine, andi wi-heur dlangerous iflr- j
gical operaut=. hongie:s, inlire enfts, rings.
or cordials, potintingr out * a e of cure at l
one certain andi effctoal, by which every J
suff'rcr, no matter what his condition may
be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and
radically. Fhis lecture will prove a boon to I
th,ousands and thousands.A
ISent under seal, in a plain envelope, to I
ay address, on receipt of six cents, or twoA
postage stamps, by addressing the publish'
Al so. DR. CULVERWELL'S "Marriage
Gnide," price 25 cents.
Address the Publishers,4
A.i il IAS. ,J. C. K LINE & Co.,
1'27 Rownry, N. Y., Po*t (Jme Box 4,586.
Charleston, S. C., Manufacturer ot'
Doors, Sash, Blinds.
ioTE.-We wonld call the partIcular at
tention of our friends to the above card.
P. P. Toale has a large Factory, and such
facilities as enable him to supply the best
00 work of his own make at low prices. A
very large and complete assortment always
.0 on hand at his Factory. HIORLBECK'S
W F, NEAR NORT H EASTERN RAIL
.0 ROA D DEPOT, CH ARLESTON, S. C.
.54 N B-Orders from" the country solicited,
70 and strict attention paid to shipping in
5good order. April 7 '69 ly
State Agieultural & Mechanical
Official Orran of the South Carolina State Ag
ricultural ad Meaninal Society.)
.00 At an early date, the subscribers will pub%
. Uish the first number of a Mlonthly Magazine;
I00 devoted to the development of the mnateril
02 interests of this State,-and the whole-Bouthg
- and will distribute five thousand copies gra
tuitously, so that every one may see what it
is before subscribing. They intend to make
it the best and handsomest Industrial maga,
zine ever published at the South, and they
ask the cordial co-operation of every good
citizen in this enterprise, which must re
dound to the public welfare.
Persons wishing coisof the first num'.
b er, will please send hi address to
WALKER, EVANS &COSWELL,
itI May 1219tf
of NIKERSON HOUSE.
er This pleasantly located HOTEL, unsur
lye, passed by any House in the South for corn
rs fort and healthy locality, is open to Tray
xvellers and others seeking BOARD for the
e' Summer. Families can be accommodated
rdwith nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,!
an"A call is solicited."~
*Muy 19 2n tr WM. A. WRIGHT
iouth Carolina R. R. Company,
APRIL 9, 1869.
N AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11Ta in.,
<tant, the fol!owing Schedule for PAS%
IENGER TRAINS, will be observed:
DAY PASSSNGER TRAIN.
4eaving Columbia at..............7 45 a. m.
irriving at Columbia at..................6.10 p. m.
BIGHT aUPRSU TRAIN.
Geaving Columbia at..........................5.20 p m.
lrriving at Columbia at......................4.45 a. m.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur
trriving in Columbia at....................11.00 a. m.
aaving Columbia at.........................2.21 p. m.
The Train now running between Columbia
nd Kiogsville in connection with the Through
fail frain, will be taken of on Sunday, April
H, T. PEAKE,
April 14 General Superintendent
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, S. C.
Respectfully informs his many customers
tnd the prblic general:y that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient ar
-angemert he can bake any and everything
n his line at the shortest possible notice,
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
n satisfactory and handsome style. Parties
nd Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh bread, pies and cake on hand.
leals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Th-nkful for past favors he solicits a con
inuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 tf.
GEN. H. H. KINARD,
Will take Dowers, draw Deeds and
dec 16 51
S. C. RAILROAD.
IENERAL SUPE INTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CaaaLaroN. February 18.1869.
N and after SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
the Passenger Trains of the South Car
dina Railroad, willl run as follows:
.cave Charleston................830 A M
rrive at Augusta... .....5.10 P M
.onnecting with Trains for Montgome y,
lemphis, Nashville and New Orleans, via
fonrgomery and Grand Junction.
,cave Charleston.................8 30 A M
rrive at Columbia.............5.45 P M
..nne:ing with Wimington and Mane
Br Railroad. Charlotte and South Carolmna
allroad, and Camden Train.
,ave Augusta...............800A M
rrive at Charleston..........500 P Mi
cae Columbia.............7.45 A hi
rrive at Charleston.............5. P hi
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
save Charleston............7.30 P hi
rrive at Augusta.............30 A K
annecing with Trains for Memphis, Nash'
ji and New Orleans, via Grand June,
.eave Augusta...............4.10 P K
rrive at Uharle"on ............4 A hi
COLUEBIA NIGHT EXRE6S.
(Sundays excepted )
.ave Charleston............605 P Mi
rrvc at Columbia...........4.45 A Mi
annecting, Sundays excepted, with Green,
jib aind Columbia Railroad.
,avCoumbia ............. 53P R
trrive at Charleston.......... 530 A E
.ave Charleston-...........300 P Mi
trrive at Summervlle. .....4-20 P h
,eae Sunmerville............7.10 A M
rrive at Chdirleston..........8 25 A E
CAMDEN BRANCH. - -
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
eave Kin :svlI. .........,.... 4 20P M
rrive at Camden............ 7.00 P M
ave Camrien..............6.35 A Mi
rrive at Kingsville........ ....9.20 A hi
(Signed,) H. T. PE AKE,,
Feb. 24 8 General uperin tendent.
heenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after SATURDAY, the 6th
rauat, Passenger Trains will run daily,
undays excepted, connecting with Night
~rans on South'Carolina and Charlotte and
auth Carolina Railroads, as follows:
,ave(olmbiaat............7.00 a. mn.
" Newberyat..........135 "
irrive at A bbeville at........3 30 p. m.
-',at Anderson at.........5.15 "
"at Greenville at........6.00 "
eve Greenville at..........600 a. mn.
"Anderson at........... 645 "
" Abbeville at.............46 "
"Newberry at.. ........ 1.25 p. mn.
"Alston at.... ..........300 "
irrive at Columbia sit.........5.00 "
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will
ao run daily, Sundays excepted.
,save Anderson at............520 p. m.
rrive at Waihalla at.........8 00"
.ave Walhalla at............400 a. mn.
"Pendleton at..........5 40"
rrive at Anderson at........640 "
The train will return from Belton to Au
erson on Monday and Friday mornings.
rAMES. 0. MEREDITH, Supt.
Bar and Billiard Room.
fainst., Newberry, nearly op. the Court House
Smith & Christian, Proprietors.
For sale by D. MOWVER.
Is open for the reception of Boarders and
,he transient Public. It has been enlarged
Lnd arranged for the accommodation of
ersons desiring to spenmd the Summer in
his healt,by locality. The Table is furnished
ith the very best the market can afford.
[s well stocked with every variety of Wines
md Lignors, of the best and purest
The Proprietor gives his personal super
rision to the establishment, and intends to
aintain and extend its reputation as a
FIRST CLANS H0EL
WA.BiL.A, S. C., A pril 19, 1869.
May 5 18 tf
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T RE PROPRIETORS take pleasure in an,
nouncing that this elegantly flbrnished
stablihment is now open for the aecom
nodaton of guests. The table will always
be supplied with every delicacy of the sea'.
on-both from New York and Charleston
Markoes. anid no efforts will be spared to
gve perfect satisfaction, in every respect,10o
H. H. BADENHO,'
May 5 ia &
Fisk's Metallic urial Cases.
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
banda fullassortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffins
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that
no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in announc
ing to this community that, having made
all necessary arrangements, he will, be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tf. Newberry C. if., S. 0.
DO0WIE & MO18E,
ropritors & lYheles3ic Druggists,
Charleston, S. C.
De.23 62 ly.
T. P. Forrestonr,
Jobber and dealer in
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGLISH AND
itosiery, Trimmings and Fancy
Goods, Musical Instruments,
Also Fash,ionabhle Emporium of Designs for
Stamping, Braiding & EmbrOider
Constantly on hand a large and well
assorted stock of
Braids, French Embroidery, Cot
ton and Linen and,Silk Floss,
No. 681 UING ST., CHRRSTON, 8. C.
SDec 2 49 tf
Imnporaer anid Dealer in
Fine Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
No. 507 KIng Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELEY EE
Change of Schiedufle,
ON THE S. & U. R AIL ROAD.
On and after2nd November 1868. the pas.
senger tramn will leave Spartanburg Court
House, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 7a m ,adarrive at Alton at .30
p. in., connecting with the Greenville down
train, and trains for Charlotte and Charles
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdas,
the up passenger train connecting with the
Greenville up trains, will leave Alston at 9
a. mn., and arrive at Spartanburg Court
House at 3.20 p. in., as per following sched'.
DOint TRAIL. UP TaAL.
Spartanburg, 00001 700 I320 0000
Pacolet, 7 45 7 48 I232 I235
Jonesville, 8 251 8 30 I150 j1.55
Unonville, 9.151 9490 1249 165b
Sanuc, 10 161| 10.21 I1203 I12 08
Shelton, 11.10 | 11.12 I11.08 11i 08
Lyles Ford, 11 36 | 11 38 110 39 I10 42
Strother, 12 02 I12 05 10 12 I10.15
Alston, 1 20 3 00100 00 9 00
THOMAS BJE ER, Pres ien.
'Vei, Vidi, Vici."
The forthcoming number of the Illustra
ted Western World, printed in oil color,
will be the most beautiful paper ever issued
from the press since the art of printing tas
discovered. Remember, it is the only pa
per in the world whose illustrations are
printed in fretm one to seven distinct colors
at a single impression. Aside from the
beautiful illustrations: which .accomupany it
weekly, every number ls replete with glow
ing Romances, Love and Histrionic -Tales.
I is a fit companion of every fireside-the
magazine of every.brantih of literature-the
champion of all noble industries-the sup
port of the farmer, nmerchant,-artisa, and
the education of the masses. Send fre
specimen copies. Sold by all news eulers.
Subscription $5 per armum. Address THE
WESTERN WORLD CO., Cor. Park Place
and College Place, P. O.:Boz, 4.929, New
OF NEW YORK.
INCO IA A -. - - 12.
C ASH ASSETS OVER'KIRMT Mlo
LIONS OF DQ .M.
Cash Income, 1W8, ovar . UW.M
Dividends to 2NslIcY,Hol,1Wj 89,8"
New Policies Issued in 1867,19.40t.
The Company is PURELY MUTUA .. Ie
dividends to stockbdees. The.t i g
fits are returned to the assaed, thus =Eke
Policies to become SEL-SUSTAINNG iI
thirteen years, or to double in twn.
Interest received fkow invustmen.,
Excess of INTERESTRECEINSAL NE - -
o*er losses, about $WA.
Real eisate, Bads ae aM'.stp,, J
Estate, in the p.rl5s- Te o -=sIW
ENTEEN MIL,4.N1 deIse.
It is the richest Company in the .nd
Its policies are nonfogitable. h F
deads are the largest.
AppNeations for Coadpsad ,.1 . -"
era portion ofrSpalthCWG1!s+ee.ee ,,
Bnmox Y. Jss,Ae at
Jas McIl'roes, lG .~
Feb. 10 6 fy.
somt4tg l 9 .
I have removed to. the 'Kin aQ<+
lery (over Way"s Martin'steev)
has undergooe thmoog1 r ari
plenty of room with an 'ece7e
light. Come aoe--coe all, and ae
things work in .hcousso$lons khiry
Also, a good lot of albums at etreme
ly low prices.
All kinds of work dspiu-th !0e Y
I have all of ren Wb
tives that wo. at ti
We charge for
not much for a picture.
Respectfu y ,
Dec. 28 52 tf.
Z. L. WHIT,
Of all kinds of FR ]A RM,LOCS, .
Has on band Pistolsa qs.
proved indik'in nntt i*q
tridges, Gops, Poirder aUt
Shot Pouches, assBm.and every
other kind of SprApparatas. Bemse
AU kinds of REPAIRING .ety o
p ditiously ezeouted, ad at los na
of the celebrated msafacture of 000E,
a" ere Stiles Hurd, formerly of this piae.,
procured his stock. All orders pemnpiIly (
A pr'l l14 ate.
Glazier sd Paper gasgse*
Newbey 0.., 8. C.,
tthr thea.eissues e
thas be Is now fartarte
ness and prpreso Eeue anl amnm
ueatness a cuutuallty and at
rates. T.he ~,ataLo
taurant, NebeuuyV. H.
CHARLESTON HOABEJ "!
CHARLESTON; SOUTH CARGIN1A.
THlE UNDERSIGNED P'FU .
informs his friends and the ~Ig~t
that he has taken charge of this w U
and popular FIEST GLASS JQ!5a,
hopcs that by strict attetionm -te ~ps i
full share of the-public patrou6ga
The Celebrated ARTESII W I
BATHS, hot, eoid and show., e,a6
at all hours.
COACHES, with -attentive Pr~,f
always in readiness to CONVEY -iS~
GERS to and from the ditbreut Ret
- 3. K. JAOUsW.
Charleston, 8. 0.
BOARD PER DAT, p
MEs. H. L. BUTTERJFI3LD,
Wolfe's Bchiedam S4cuepE6
Bottled Wines and biee
A supply of these us hbugd
for medicina-and private sjjirl -
Jan 17' ly
Varnish, Lamp, an1Pe.
Patent Thief DetehegaEs
Parker's "Furnituwe "os
Apn inn a7