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e. Wrong Bed.
At a late hour Tuesday night,
a bridal party arrived in the
t7end ptup at one.. of our ho
tela. -'h bride was accompanied
by two of her young lady friends,
and the groom by two gentlemen.
The names were registered in the
usual way, but in some way a mis
take was made in reference to the
Identity of the bride. The hours I
o9towards the dawn and
tbs.bride in her silent chamber
wa'td the appearance of her
lor.. Yet be came not. Surely,
he was notaitting up all this time.
The ret of the party had retired
she was certain, since she had
heard them in their apartments,
What had become of him?
Impatienae gradually grew in
Sbe rang her bell, and the ser
vant knocked at the door.
"Do you know where my bus
band is ?" she inquired.
"Ain't be in here. mam ?"
"May be be stopped out into
the city, mai, and will be back
'4'% afraid ; oh, do inquire at
the offee, and see if. there is any
inteUigeuce about him."
The servant retired, and in a
few moments returned with infor
mation that there was none. The
witwas now alarmed in earnest.
She never had a husband befire,
and, like the man who drew the
- - elephant in the lottery, scarcely
knew what to do with the ani
It her anxiety she went to the
room of one of her bridesmaids and
knocked at the door.
"Who'e there ?" was inquired
in smuets unmistakably mascu
"Me, Mary ; but, mercy, who
are -Ou ?"
There was a sudden stir, and
the.sound offeet falling heavily on
the carpeted floor.
1Who the devil am I in bed
-Wikthen ? she heard the man
say, as the door swung open and
her husband's face peered.
- "Oh ! I'm distracted about you;
wbere have you been ?"
"I've been here in bed; but,
deuce take me, I thought you
wenr bore, too."
"Oh I James, it wasn't me."
"Who is it, then ?"
"Why it's Sarah."
"The devil I"
h~O, no, James,it was Sarah."
**."Didn't yon know it, James?"
"Blast me, if I did!l I found
her asleep, and thinking this was
og.gom,1 crept into bed and
1rentto sleep," replied James, ev
Ideittly impressed with the idea
that be had a difficult case to
-. 1~be asleep yet, James ?"
* ~ don't you hear her
But. ut then Saral) waked up,
sad seemng a man in her room, set
B5 succession of' screeches that
boon Illed the ball with people.
And now the bridegroom found
hhahself in a delicate position. In
she hurry of explaining the mat
ter-to bis-wife, he had neglected
toput on his pants; and now in
kgeager search for them, he was
dnig around the room like o'ne
iogSaraedh now and then implor
iogSaahto bush --
I'm going, don't you see !'! But
-ase couldn't hush ; and the wife
La the ball, hemmed in by the
ea,ger crowd, had tried to explain;
as,~t failing in this, had leaned her
-head against the wall and was en
ynga hearty cry.
Alast, however, the pants were
found and put on, and the husband
and wife escaped to their chamn
her, whilst Miss Sarah doubled
locked her door against all further
intrusion. The next morning, ex
p$anations were gone into, but
-'there's no denying that the ladies
were the least bit incredulous, and
it is said a perceptable coldness
has grown up between them whilst
*the unintentionally o f fe nd ing
bridegroom walks about a good
- deal,bse bead down, and evidently
~a4ulging in unpleasant medita
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DR. H. BAER,
(Successor to E. H. 'KELLERS & CO.)
Wholesale and Retail
131 MEETING STREET,
PPOSITE MARKET STREET,
Charleston, So. Ca.
LOAN & TRUST COMPANY,
Authorized Capital, Five. Millio:2 Dollars.
PESENT LIMIT,--.--.-.- $530,000.
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r further informaStion,. address
1EO105.R IVARING, Casir.
Charleston, S C., March 12, 1869.
March 24 1283m
rIairl and EXIBBSIOn Iop
'leae examine and test this Stove and
you will find it all we represent it to be.
For Economy in Fuel;
For Durability ;
For Capacity in Baking, Boil
ing and .Broiling ;
For Simplicity in Manage
For Cleanliness in Cooking ;
For great power of Heat in
Baking and Boiling, with
a very small Consumption
For Beauty of Design.
For Smoothness of Castings
and Elegance of Finish;
The "Cotton Plant"
ASIIR PLIER, Columbia, 8. C.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of 8. C.
uick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
many advantages which no other
as many stoves are. Besides the
rns, all of which are warranted to
nowledge has failed to give entire
work will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
THE GREAT Cause
I- uman MAi se ry.
Just published in a Sealed Envelope.
Price six aents:
A Lectur3 on the Nature. Treatment and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weaktness. or Sper%
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bility. and Imp'edimnents to Marriage gene
rally; Consumption. Epilepsy, and Flta;
ental and Physical inespacity, &c .-By
IIB. J CULVEIRWELL, M. D , Author of
Green Book," &c.
The world renowned author, in this ad'.
tnirable Lecture, cle.rly p roves from his own
experience that thec awful consequences of
SelfA buse may be eff.etualiy removed with
out medicine, and wirhout dangerous sur
gical operations, bougics, instrumenlts, rings.
or cordials, pointing out a mode of cutb at
one certain and effectual, by which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may
be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and
radically. This lecture will prove a boon to
thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, on receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps, by addressing the publish'
eAlso. DR. (CULVERWELL'S "Marriage
Guide," price 25 cents.
Address the Publishers,
CH AS. J. C. KLITNE & CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y., Port- Office Box 4,586.
P. P. TOA LFE,
Charleston, S. C., Manufacturer of
Doors, Sash, Blinds.
oTE.-We would 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
work of his own make at low prices. A
very large and complete assortment always
on hand at his Factory. HORLBEGK'S
W HARF, NE AR NORTH EASTERN RAIL
ROAD DEPOT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
N B-Orders from the couatry solicited,
and strict attention paid to shipping in
good order. April 7 '69 ly
State Agieultural & Mechanical
Official Ogar ofte SuhCrlina Ste Ag
At an early datere the suibscribers will pub%
lish the first number of a Monthly Magazine;
devoted to the development of the material
interests of this State, and the whole South,
and will distribute five thousand copies gra
tuitously, so that every one may see what it
i before subscribing. They intend to make
it the best and handsomest indu<trial maga%
nine ever published at ihe South, and they
ask the cordial co-operation of every gocd
citizen in this enterprise, which inu;. re
dound to the public welfare.
Persons wishing copies of the ilrst num%
ber, will please send'their address to
WALKER, EVANS & COOSW ELL,
Charlston, S. C.
May 12 19 if
This pleasantly located HOTEL, unaur
passed by any House in the South for com
fort and healthy locality, is open to Trav
ellers and others seeking BCOARD for the
Summer. Famnilies een be aegeasodated
with nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A call is solicited."
uMa on2 ir Wtr. A. WRIGHT.
South Carolina R. R. Company,
APRIL 9, 1869.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH in,
stant, the following Schedule for PAS%
SENGER TRAINS, will be observed:
DAY PASEGER TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at..............7 45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at................6.10 p. m.
Leaving Columbia.at...................----5.20 p m.
Arriving at Columbia at..................4.45 a. m.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur
Arriving In Columbia at....................11.00 a. m.
Leavinz Columbia at..........................2) p. in.
The Train now running between Columbia
and Kings ville, in connection with the Through
Mal frain, will be taken off on Sunday, April
April 14 General Superintendent
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, S. C.
Respectfully informs his many customers
and the prhlie general:y that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient ar
rangenmert he can bake any and everything
in his line at the shortest possible notice,
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
in satisfactory and handsome style. Parties
and Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh bread, pies and cake on hand.
Yeals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Thinkful for past favors he solicits a con.
tinuance 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.
GENERAL SUPEINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CHAELEsTON. February 13.1869. 5
O N and after SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
the Passenger Trains of the South Car
olinaRailroad, will] run as follows:
Leave Charleston................830 A M
Arrive at Augusta......... .5.10 P M
Connecting with Trains for Mnntgome-y,
Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans, via
Montgomery and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.................8 30 A M
Arrive at Columbia..............5.45 P M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manches
ter Railroad. Charlotte and South Carohna
Railroad, and Camden Train.
Leave Augusta .............--8 00A M
Arrive at Charleston..........5.00 P M
Leave Columbia..........--.7.45 A M
Arrive at Charleston.............5. P 31
AUGUSTA NIGilT t.PRESS.
Leave Charleston.............7.30 P M1
Arrive at Augusta............6.30 A M
Connecting with Trains for Memphis, Nash"
ville and New Orleans, via Grand Junoe,
Leave Agsta..............4.10 P 31
Arieat Charleston .......-...4 A 31
COLUMIBIA NIGH T EXRESS.
Leave Charleston.............605 P M1
Arrive at Columbia............4.45 A M
Connecting. Sundays excepted, with Green,.
yle and Columbia Railroad.
Leave Columbia. ........... .530 P M1
Arrive at Charleston...........530 A 31
SUM NERVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston-............300 P M1
Arrive at Sumnmerville....... . 42 P M
Leave Summierville............7.10 A M1
Arrive at Charleston.......... 825 A M
On Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Kingsville..........-... 420 P M1
Arrive at Camden.............7.00 P M1
Leave Camndeu..............6.35 A M
Arrive at Kingsville...........9.20 A 31
(Signed,))H. T. PEAKE,,
Feb. 248 General uperin teudernt,
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after SATURDAY, the 6th
inant, Passenger Trains will rim daily,
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
Trains on South Carolina and Charlotte and
Soth Carolina Railroads, as follows:
Leave Col3mbia at............7.00 a. in.
"Newberry at..........1035 "
Arrive at A bbevillo at.........330 p. m.
" at Anderson at.........5.15 "
"at Greenville at........6.00"
Leave Greenville at...........600 a. mn.
"Anderson at........... 6 45 "
"Abbeville at............8.45 "
" Newberry at.......... 1.25 p. mn.
"Aiston at.... ..........300 "
Arrive at Columbia at.........5.00 ".
Trains on tbe Blue Ridge Railroad will
also run daily, Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderson at..........-520 p. m.
"Pendleton at.......... 6 20"
Arrive at Walhalla at....... ..800"
Leave WaThalla at..........-.400 a. mn.
"Pendleton at.......... 5 40"
Arrive at Anderson at. ...... 640"
The train will return from Belton- to An
derson on Monday and Friday mnornings.
JAMES. 0. MEREDITH, Supt
Bar and Billiard Room.
Main-st , Newberry, nearly op. the Court House
Smith & Christian, Proprietors.
For sale by D. MOWVER.
Is open for the reception of Boarders and
the transient -Public. It has been enlarged
and arranged for the accommodation of
personsdesiring to spend the Summer in
this healthy locality. The Table is furnished
with the very best the market can afford.
Is well atocked with every variety of'Wines
and Lignors, of the best and purest
The Proprietor gives his personal super
vision to the establishment, and intends to
maintain and extend its reputation as a
TIRST CLASS HOTEL.
WuIu.A.ELA S. C., April 19, 1889.
May 5 18 tf
COLUMBIA, S. C..
T HE PROPRIETORS take pleasure in an'.
nouncing that this elegantlyfurnished
E~stablishent is now open for the aecom
mnodaton of guests.. The table will always
be supplied with every delicacy of the sea%
son-both krom New York and Charlestn
Markets. anad no efforts will be spared to
iv perfect aMtiaction, a every respect, to
Fisk's Meta|ic BuralI Cases
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly o
hand a full assortment of the above approve
cases, of different patterns, besides coffin
of his own make, all of which he is prepare
to furnish at very reasonable rates, wit]
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent b;
railroad will have them sent free of charge
A Hearso is always on hand and will b
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the s,st
scriber respectfully asks for a continuatio
of the same, and assures the public the
no effort on his part will be spared to rende
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds
The subscriber takes pleasure in announ<
in to this community that, having mad
all necessary arrangements, he will be abl
Sash with and withou
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tf. New berry C. H., S. C.
Cha ret, . C.f' 1
Goods, aMuscal InSumnts
Stapin, ran mrie
SO 61USTER CLTONI(0
Jmober and dealer in
GEin WatNche, NLS N
Jewery, Trilverg and Plated
Fire -worktcls, Eea sses
Sa Ng, Braiing StE roiet,
o.61KN S,CHARLESTON, S. (.
Impor a ter d ovember in8 tep
Fnge a tchi e s, Sprtnurok
House, SpeMonayls, EedesassndsF
p. . 307nec ing S treet,le o
tri, ntansfCharLESOtte and Chr(
On Tuesy, ThnrKsdy and SaWrLYK
hppassnger trai ceduwt l
Grenver trains will leave Atar on a
dyt7a. n., and arrive at Stburg Co
p.use.,tcon2ect.nm.,iah per Greenwingesdoe
trnlader: n fomr CTaAm lott anCar.
.i.,adarvatSpartanburg,000|70 Co0 n0
Pacolet. 7 4,5j 7 48 2 32 I 2
Joneville, 8 25| 8 30 '1 50 I 1.
Unionvlleo, 9.15 I 9 49 12 40 | 1
San tue, 10 16 I 10.21 12 03 I12
Shelton, 11.10 |11112 11.06 I11
Lyles Ford, 11 36 | 11 38 I10 39 I10
Strother, 12 02 I 12 05 I10 12 | 10.
Alston, 1 201| 300 I 00.00 | 9.
'THOMAS B JErFER, President.
"Veni, Vidi, Vici."
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LI 1 INSRNCN COIPAM,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - -I
CASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN )RILONj
Dividends to Policy Holders, 1867, $2.36;:
1 New Policiesissned in 1867,.19,406.
The Company is PURELY MUTIAL. Ito
dividends to stockholder. The. entire .gjle
' fits are returned to the assured, thus es
Policies to become SELF-SUSTAINING.A
n thirteen years, or to double in twenty.
Interest received from investments, 1'1,
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE
over losses, about $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Motgs l1
' Estate, in the City of New York, ovemIST
ENTEEN MILLIONS of doHaji.
e It is the richest Company in ,e -we4e,
e Its policies are non-forfeitable. Its 4,i.
dends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, and the Norh
ern portion of South Carolina, received by
GREGG, PALMER 6.,
gENsoN M. JONEs, Agent at Newbeery.
JAMEs MCINTOsH, M. D., Medical Eam.
Feb. 10 6 ly.
I have removed to the Kingsmore Gal.
lery (over Mayes & Martin's Store) which
has undergone thorough repairs. -.6s'e
plenty of room with an excelaent ky
light. Come one-come all, and see. hr
things work in this commodion& gs,py.
Also, a good lot of albums at extreme.
ly low prices.
All kinds of work done in tbe line of%
I have all of Wren & Wheeler's Nega.
tives that were taken at this place.
We charge nothing for looking, an
not much for a picture.
W. H. WJINN..
Dec. 28 52 tf.
Z. L. WHITE,
Of all kinds of FIREARMS, LOCKS, Ic.
Has on hand Pistols and Guns of .allap
i, proved makes. Ammunition, such as C.
tridges, Caps, Powder and Shot.'
Shot Pouches, Flasks, Bags, and every
other kind of Sporting A pparatus. .Besides
.. many other articles of various charactecs
All kinds of REPAIRING neatlf endoex
P p ditiously executed, and at low rates.
SIn addition to the above, I am peepened
J to fill orders for all kinds of vehicles, see
of the celebrated manufacture of COOK,
w ere Stiles Hurd, formerly of this plae,
procured his stock. AUl orders prouapdy
Z. L. WHITE.
ir A pril 15 16 tf.
Purifies the Blood.
Por Sale by Druggists Everywrhem
H E, SIGN AND DEOOIATIV ?h1M3%
Glazier and Paper lauger,
Newberry C. H., S. C.,
Begs to inform the citisens of thsm
munity that be is now fairly started.In bali
ness and prepared to execute all order wI*
neatness and punctuality, and at anoderae
rates. To be found at Louis Shodair's Bm.
taurant, Newberry C. H. March 3
, CH A RLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESJ'ECTFLLL
informs hisjriends and the public generally
that he has taken charge of this well knows
and popular FIRST CLASS HOTEL,- an.
hopes that by strict attention to psrl .a
full share of the public patronage.
-' The Celebrated ARTESIAN WAEN
- BATHS, hot, cold and shower, can be baA
at all hours.
COACHES, .with attentive Pers ame
always in readiness to CONVEY Ph8.
).GERS to and from the diflbrentlBbdl lesh
E. H. JA0G88S.
0Charleston, 8. C.
sBOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
s,Mas. H. L. BUT TERFIELD,
rt ASA BUTTERFIELD,
0 Wolfe's Schiedam Sebauapps,
S Bottled Wines and Liqaar.
A supply of these justly celebteig60
L5 for medicinal and private use, faut re:ft .
)0 by the Anesge Agets for WIm4el.
- Jan 27 1y
a- JOS. W. HARRISOKf,
Paint,OiI,Glass, Sash, Brush,
Varnish, Lamp, and Pe
-t troleum Oil Store..
Patent Thief Deteting Neo
Parker's "Furniture Glass"
62 QUEEN STRE.ET, CHARLBS
TON, S. C.
Apnril 9$117 Afn