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ODE TO RTJM.
Let:vydertc exto! the~e,
A:tl t:v wondrous virtues sum ;
ie worst of names I'll call thee,
Pin: :-r, visage.L>o ter,
li cult, r rt.:r, idLers mate:
.'d i t .i.arr leer, vice pro:moter,
creditepo edei;'s Luit.
Tr:i. -,.:ayer, so:row's source
;'c-e:-ir, tabath bracAkcr,
Co:c::tclS::iler, guii's re-ource,
er- rcc Ci CLe1r, systeml-shatterer,
Tirt-increaser, vaIrant thief;
Co::C-prod er, treacherous i:ltterer,
Woe-begetter, friend<hip's bane ;
,.nger heater, pri-on-filer,
Debt-ilrolve r, toper's ch:ai:.
3em ory-drowner, honor-wrecker,
Judgeicnt-w'arper, blue-faeed quack
Strife-eindler, fortune's wreck.
u::::ne's-e20ler, wi,ters warmer,
I;:uo-l :er, spcc:ous snare;
Mo ee:!ee :ur,m:-:.ransform:er,
;,::alund c:, gaul;!ei's fare.
Speech-'e wrangier, headliong-bringcr,
i::is-b urncr, deadly fire;
Discord kinder, misery's sire.
Strcngth-subduer, hideous foe;
Reason-thwarter, fraud contriver,
Money-waster, rations' woe.
Vile-sedcer, joy dispeller,
Peace-dis:surber, blackgnard guest
Drain-distracter, hateful pest.
Strong n:an-sprawler, fatal drop,
V' ra:h-i:ispircr, coward's prop.
Ie.rt-corrupter, folly's nurse
Secret babbler, body ruaimer,
Thrift-dcfeater, loathesome curse.
Wit-dest roycr, joy-impairer,
Scatidal-dealer, foul-mouthed scourge;
Seuses-biunter, youth-. narer,
Crime invcenter, ruiu's verge.
Virtue-blaster, base deceiver,
Spite-displayer, sot's delight ;
Falsehood-spreader, scorpion's bite.
Giant-conqueror, wasteful sway ;
M3alicc-Vetcr, death's broadway.
Death-forerunner, hell's dire brink;
Drunkard's lodging, meat, and drink ?
The horrors of African slavery
scarcely exceeded the tortures en
dured by the white slaves of New
York, as revealed in a series of let
ters addressed to the Sun ne-wspaper.
Whether- these letter-s are genuine
tr-uthful nar-rations or simply ar
tieles gotten up to secure tbe sale
of a sensational paper we are nlot
prepared to discuss. But the most
casual observer must notice the
cr-uel exactLions raade upon female
labor by capital. It is a disgrace
to the Christianity of our age and
country) that somec other modes of'
relief to this class of sufferers has
never vet been devised. Busiacss
rules, of c-ourse, must be made and
adhered to. But trades unions
and worin g women's unions
should be o-ranized to define ccr
tain rules that em]'iover~s will or
will not confoiriui to. Str-ikes in
all br-anehes of business are some
Limes as producitive o-f as much
g ood ini thle mornal and social at
moper a s thunder shower-s in
Amon the :mmner'ous char-itab.le
ins't'''ion of New York, why1 h-s
no')t sotne greaxt so-ul ingu rated a
hom forC w orni-out wo'rkin wo-"
mnr ? -'n a p'oor wvorking- wto
in such :m exh:mted~ c. (ondition
tha -e i '>rr-:. to 'mye up >er'
e:.1by:.nt r be di'scharged as
laeleb:.. Te sieetis her o nlv
rfg ia . c a case for' all char
men. r':d;' 'my ''. ios plicnt5 s t
mere a::iI:ia.g il sc-hools for
homles -3 reno expec-ted to
work:t w*:in inn' have.
The e:-* 'n I'im orality of~
the '' ::ti-nte. c-onsists in the
fact that -s.Oon as~ a womnan so
-'nt. the fl-zse of thle Good Shep
neni or an such instittion and
conks... her- .f a penitent Magda
len, sh, can find a home, shelter,
rest, kh,l treatment and every
constderatt. Now, is not this
monsitrouts ? We call ourselves a
Chistain, au iiolightened and a
pr'ogrecsi :e peoikV~. That Chris
tiantityV, en! lghcte nt andl pr'o
gress whi;chl can aftrd no sure
suceor to woman in her hour of
greatecst need, lbut :actuaMr- pay*s
her- to pre>Lutute her-selIf and then
repet, ut be K fatlse, sensual, er
Cas \ -r: W:-:-.-Thie crops thro'
rut 'a:hr W~i)nin are reported to
4: - 2rig::ea- from a severe drough t,~
hi h-s at:ted themr to such an ex
t.::t tha.t in *a .mesetion.s the crops of
.!!k .ni l be :tbnost a total fatilure.
e:i-u'gh! to hr- ,..r....h...drid up on the
res, m ern:e i '''lin ot at a height
nf- ner inm l accounts the~
.ncr p't is not good.
--tof ( h neseC women to
TIE COLORED MILITIA.-The
Yorkville Enguirer says:
In our opinion, the only object
of formin, white companies was
to divide the miitary power of
the State, so that I.either race or
pa:ty might be ternpted, through
the sole possession of this power,
to use it for parti an puirposes,
:Ind thus provoke a collision like
ly to br';ng on civil strife. The
obicet is certainly a good onle, and1
th'e rneans I roposed pro,If.ibly the
best Ctllatteld to secure it. 13
it seeins the GovcrnOr is more so
licitotis to have a militia which he
canh use for his own purpo>es in
any event. than to so balance ol,
posing intcrcsts as to insure mi
t ual respeet among all parties.
or this retson, lie prefers an im
peritl guard rather than a militia
lor:e, and selects his troops from
I the class which is most ignorant
of the rights of citizens under the
Slaw, and therefore most likely to
render an unquestioning obedience
to all his commamis. lie thus
makes himself responsible for any
uod-;hed which may result.
CoNMi:LCcr.o R.um.Is;it Cui:lvtii.AX1
L.Iii:1A itaso.Crioxs IA:SEU.-At a
1eceting of the raliik. held in Cleve
land recently, the Rev. Dr. Lilicnthai,
of Cincinnati, presented the following
preamble and resolutions, which were
1. Because with unshaken faith and
firmness in one invisible and eternal God,
we also believe in the common Father
hood of God, and the common brother
hood of men.
2. We glory in the sublime doctrine of
our religion, which teaches that the right
eous of all nations, without distinction
of creed, will enjoy eternal life and ever
3. The Divine command, the most sub
lime passage of the Bible. "Thou shalt
love thy neighbor as thyself," extends
to the entire human family, without dis
tinction of either race or creed.
4. Civil and religious liberty, and hence
the s paration of church and State, are
the inalienable rights of men, and we con
sider them to be the brightest gem in the
Constitution of the United States.
5. We love and revere this country as
our home and fatherland for us and our
children, and therefore consider it our
paramont duty to sustain and support
the government, and to favor by all means
the system of free education, leaving re
ligiotis instruction to the care of the
6. We expect the universal elevation
and fraternization of the human family to
be achieved by the natural means of
science, morality, freedom, justice and
AFFRAY AT SAR.ATOOA.-T'he New York.
"Tribune" says : During an excited dis
cussion between several gentleman at a
Saratoga wine room on Wednesday, over
the various points of the day's races, a
sudden and well-nigh sanguinary affair
occured. It seems that Gen. Buford of
Kentucky, with a part of friends, in
cluding Mr. Pallard of Missouri, and Col.
Fallon of Baltimore, were enjoying a
taste of champagne. During their pleas
ant conversation, Mr. W. R. Baiwell en
teredl with a party of frivnde, and cn
gaged in the discussion, during which he
gave Gen Buford the lie. The General
at once pitched in and a struggle be
tween the two immediately ensued, du
ring which Buford, who is a giant, over
powered his antagonist until f, iends sep
arated them. While this was progress
ing tables andl chairs overturned and
bottles shivered to atoms, the bystanders
took sides on the question, revolvers
were drawn, and a general scrimmage
was only prevented by the strenuous ex
ertions of prominent sporting men. The
affair has been hushed up very surn
Locke says the faister a man writes
the slower others can read what he has
written. Napoleon could write fourteen
pages in a niinute ; unfortunately, how
ever-, a pa:e corsisted of eight blots and
a splatter. Some of his lines to Maria
Louisa appear as if scattered over the
paper by the explosion of a bomb shell.
It is distrening to note the great num
h'er of committees appointed to investi
gate cases~ of offilial corrtuption. Fraud,
embhezzeAlment, thetft, &c., to the amount
of illions5 of the public money arc ev
erywhie, shiownr up.
A new enud da:ngerous counterfeit fifty
cent note, wUi the vir-ette of Lincoln,
has been pult in circulationi in New York,
but it is belived that they are intended
for circulation in the Suuth. Look out
We barn from tile Washington papers
that the imad'ate and persecuted
Vu hittemuore is said to be making ar
rangeents to taike tile field as a candi
date for ecection next full to the Forty
Vadndrb:t is said to be distributing
his property to his heirs. After thet
man ner of - John -,:coh Astor, lhe hlas
hitelyv transfert 2d $t5.00 0i(,000 t. one of h is
chibilreni t- the nomuinl consideration of
Anna Co.ra M\ow.att isI deCad.
Whiere to Stop.
Formerly Hfarvey Ilouse',
SPARTA NBURG. C. H., S. C,
LA URENS C. H., AS. C.
J. 17. HI. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the traveling public are re- '
cpectfully informed that the above named ~
tOTELS are now under my control; and
they may rest assured that the reputation of b
the two houses will be~ fully kept up. The a
Rooms are comlortably furnished and the'
fables will be supplied with the best of ev
arything. May 11, 19-tf.
hie~nd to Your-Children's Teeth
We arc so often called on to cxtract the
at~ Molars or .Iaw Teeth for children, and d
to remulate or streigtmen the front teeth,a
which become erooke:i from neglect, that h
we think it advisab,le to e:dl the attention of
parents to the subject: so that the hack teeth
may be filled and the front teeth noticed -
whilst childreu ire cutting their second set,
sas to rennr,t their coming. .irregular.
Ghidren shed, or hose but ten teeth from
the upper jaw, and ten from the lower jaw,
mai the Molars, or .iaw meethI, which thiey I
:uit IAcK of these bclong to their adult, or
rown set. Many persons say th.ey were
ot aware of this fact. .Now notice aind act
Cicerl. Carges ver Ly mdrae
fem us.r. c. DeA it.F
Citizens' Savings .Bank.
B1ANCI AT NEWBERRY, C. H , S. C.
Depo:its of 1 and Upwards Received.
Interest Allowed at the Rate of Seven per
cent. per Anaum on Certificates of DIe
posit. and six percent, Compounded
Every six Munths on Accounts.
WK. M.\RTIN, P'resident.
JollN I. PALMER, 1ice. dent.
JO HN P. TIOMAS, S
TIi\MAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
G. '. COTT, Assistant Cashier.
JNO. T. PETEISO.N.
E. S. COI'POCK.
IL S. CIIICK.
FAIR, POPE & POPE.
WVade HI.upton, Columhin.
Wi:ai nm plrtin, Guliunbia.
F. W. Melaster, Golumbia.
A. C. Ilaskell, Columbia.
.1. 1'. Tihotmas, Colunibia.
E. II. Ileinti-h, Colunbia.
John ,. Palncr, (lolumbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
.J Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Set, Newberry.
W. G. Mliy--, Newberry.
i. II. Rutledge, Charleston,
1)atiel J:avenel, Jr., Charleston,
iiechanies, Laborers, Clerks, Widows,
Orphans and, others may here deposit their
savings and draw a liberal rate of interest
thereon. I'lantrs, Prof'ssional men and
Trustees wishing to draw interest on their
funds until they require them for business
or other purposes ; Parents desiring to set
apart small sums for their children, and
Married Women and Minors (whose de
posits can only be withdrawn by themselves,
or, in case of death, by their legal repre
sentatives), wishing to lay aside funds for
future use, arc here afforded an opportunity
of depositing their means where they will
rapidly accumulate, and at the same time,
be subject to withdrawal when needed.
Apr. G, 14-Gmno.
FOR YOUR MEALS
BE1KF1SP GOING [P
DINtR OING DOWN,
Dec 22 50-'m
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
GEN ERAL SUI'EI1NTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUXBIA, S. C., May 24, 1870.
ON SUNDAY next, the 29th instant, and until
further notice. this Company will run a Sunday
train for I'a;sengers between Columbia and
ifelena. stopping at all stations, as follows:
Leave Columbia at.........................00 a m
Arive at 1Helena....................10.40 a m
Leave 11elena at. ................... ...83.20 p m
Arrive at Columbia................ 7.00 p m
.1O11 11. MORE, (Gen'! Sup't.
June 1, 22-ti
South Carolina Railroad 00omDaDr.
G ENER AL SUF'T'S OFFICE, M.a 15, 1870.
TilE following Schedule for rassenger Trains
will be observed from this date:
DAY PASSENXGER TINi.
Laving Columbia at............7.45 a. mn
Arriving at Columbia at............ 4.10 p.mn.
SIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN.
Laving Columbia at............... 7.50 p. mn.
arrving at Columbia at............0.00 a. m.
TUHE C A MDEN T RAtN--TRT w EEKLY.
[Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
A rrive at Columbia 11.00 a. mn. Leave 1.00) p. m.
Arrive at Kingville in time to connect with
brough mail train South.
Jue1,2--fII. T. P'EAKE. General Sup't.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta B. R.
G ENEilAL FIIEIGIIT AND TTCKET OFFICE,
(CoLcMlr A, S. C., l)ecember 23. 1869.
THTE following P'as<enger Schedule will go in
Ico eff'ect on this Road on and after hUNDAY
aext, 20th instant:
[eave .\ugusta, at................... 4 00 a. mn.
-Columbia. S. C., a...........35 a. mn.
"Winnboro, at.................11.40 a. mn.
"Chester. at .................... 1.40 p. mn.
.rrive at Charlotte. N. C............. 4.15 p. ma.
Making connections with Trains of North Car
ylina Road for all points North and East.
Leave Charlotte. N. C., at..........10 15 a. mn.
"(hester, at.................... 1.25 p. m.
" Winnsboro, at.................2.57 p. mn.
SColumbia. S. C. at............4.52 p. ma.
A rrive at .\ugusta................... 9.42 p. in.
.Making clo-e connections with Trains of Cen
;ral and Georgia llailroads, for Savannah. and
il points ini Florida. Macon, Columbus, Mont
tomery, M obile. New Orleans. Selma. Chattanoo
g. Memphis. Nashville. Lou i<ville. Cincinnati,
at. Louis. :l1 points South and West.
Pahice Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
rhrough Trickets sold, and Bagge.ge checked to
ill principal points.
'7- l'assenigers by this route coo NonTTn,
mave choice o' 'rnx i: DiPF:N:T nouTh5.
C. iD J'KNItlT'. Superintendent.
E. 11. T oaix, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
SP.IRT.ANIURG .\ND UNION R. R.
(in and after Monday. the 27th in,stant. there
rill be Il>aily P'as-enger Trains over this Rioad.
in Mond'ays. Wednesdays. Fridays and Satur
ays. the lhown, Trains will leave Spartanburg
'urthouse at 5:.3; A. M., and arrive at Alaton
1 A. M.
lieturn ig. leave Alston at 12 31.. and reach
ltrtanhutr;a Courthouse at 5:3 1 P. M1.
In Tuewhlays. the D)own Trains will leave Spar
xuburg Courthouse at 7:3) A. M1., and arrive at
IStOni at I P. M.
Itettunin leave Alston at 2:15 P. 31., and
each - art anburg Churthouse at 7. P. M!.
On Tursdays, the D)own Trains will leave
partanburg Courthonse at 3:45 A. M., and ar
ie at Aiston at8:35 A. M1.
Rteturning. leave Alston at 9:30 A. M., and
each Spartanburg Courthouse at 2:401'. 31.
By thia Sch:edule, persons coming down the
ireenville Road on fuesdays can come up the
partanhburg Road the same day. without deten
on on the way, and persens going down this
ad on Thursdays can go through to Columbia
ithout detention at Aiston. Persons going
own this road on Thursdays can go up the
Freenville Rloid the same day, without detention
n the way. and parties coming up from Colum
ia same day, for this road. will not be detained
July 6,.27-tf. P'resident S. & C. Rt. R.
J. P. POOL, Propritetor.
This Hotel is centrally situated, comnmo
ios, airy and well appointed. No pains
re spared to make the guests feel "at
Charleston, S. C.
~OARD PER DAY, $3.00.
Mits. Hr. L. BUTTERIELD,
P. P. TOALJE,
CHARLESTON, Sr C.
LT.:r t and m,n-t ,complete
)! .M:o .utnryi of lDnors.s.hes,.
ind.,. Mn:din; .., in
I'IIiED 1 I1CE U.ST I"IES C031PETIIO "t.
.M SEND F"RtNE. .g
C:ENT FREE oN AI'LICTIU\.
_4ril t, 1S---14-1y.
'EVENTS CH,j1 .5& FEVER ! PET T .g
&rF W ; . DRGGISTS
N. B. The C'ommissioncr of Internal Rev
enue has decided that any dealer can sell
this article without a special license.
For sale in Newberry by )R. JAMES
McI NT('S1, I)ruggiat and apothecary.
March jU Iy.
Full Benefit of Re
ANTE BELLUM PRICES.
FALL IN DRY GO8S
J . & l I 1 $lTA.1 1
COLUMBIA, S. C.
TIlE recent fail in gold, and the calico
war between thsose New York princes of the
rival houses of Stewart arid Chaflin, have
had such an influence on the price of Dry
Goods that we anr enabled to sell to suit
the tumble. It is a bad wind that blows
nobody good and we are determined that
our customers shall hlae the b,enent of it.
Either coue to us or send you orders.
J. HI. & M. L~ KINMRD'S
Dlry Goods Huset, Columubi.
Mar. 16, .11--th.
Fever and Ague
Always Stops th:e Chills.
This Medicine has been beforc the Pub
lic fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
other known remedies. It does not purge,
does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
safe in any dosc and under all circum
stances, and is the only Medicine that will
CURE 1MM ED ATE LY
and pcrmantently cvcry form Gf Fever
and Agne, beausc it is a perfect Anti
dote to Mialaria.
Sold b.y all Druggists.
[LATE G;L.AZE & I:.DCLIF'E.]
WOULD respectfully inform the ciizns
of Cohnihi and the count ry genierally that
he has resumned his obl busines, that of
WATCil, (CLOCK and .JEWELRY, where a
full stock of all goods kept in a first-class
establishmter.t can be found. Ie will use
his best endecavors to give, sati;faen,on to all.
IIe hopes to receive a share of patronaze.
ie will keep first class workmen, and all
work entrusted to hiim will be warranted.
Mar. 9, 10-Gmn.
CO0L U MB IA,
This pleasantly located IIOTEL, unsur
passed by any Ilouse in the South for com
fort and healthy locality, is open to Trav
ellers and others scckihg BOA RD for the
Summer. Famnilies catn be aecommuodated
with nice, siry rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A call is soliciteil."
My Omnibus will be found at the differ
ent depots-passengers carried to and from
the Ifotel free of charge.
May 1) 2(1 tf WM. A. WRIGIIT.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
!p lIE PROPRIETORS take pleasure in an
Inouncing that this elegan:ly.furn ished
Establishment is now open for the accom
nodation of guests. The table will always
ac supplied with every delicacy of the sea%
;ou-both from New York and Charleston
Harkets, and no efforts will be spared to
ive perfect satisfaction, in. every respect, to
WM. GORMA N. raritis
If. IF. BAD)EN110r, oano
H. BiSCUOF. C. WULBEDi. J. H. P--PE-.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALERS :N
SE(A RS, TOBACCO, &C.
197 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mar. :!, 1;-iy.
L CHAPIN & CO.
MANU-ACTIRERS & DEALERS IN
20 Iayne & 33 & 33 Pinckney Sts.
A_.s , 193 Meetitg Street,
OLD iIiROLI1 BITTERS,
A DELIGIITFUL TONIC.
We take great pleasure in offering the
OLD GAROLINA BITTERS
to the public. They are compounded with
great care, and c0ntain some of the best
Tonies in the Phariacopia. As evidence
of the superiority of our BITTERS over all
others, %we have certificates from many of
the leading physicians in our State, who have
prescribed them in their practice. The
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Will be found invaluable for
Want of Appetite,
Chills and Fever, and
We do not offer our BITTERS as a cure
for all diseases, but as an Aromatic Tonic,
they have no equal.
For sale by Druggists a-nd Grocers cvery
where. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Importers of Choice Drugs and Chemicals,
Feb. 16, 7-ly. Charleston, S. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
131 MEETING STREET,
(Opposite llurket St.,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dec 22, 50-t f
mtEAoSs wnIY r.VEnt ON. snoULo 1NsrRE IN
TJItN KJr'At.ITY LITE INsciiANCE coM
PANY OF Rie;ioNDl VItGINiA.
jst. It is niore LIIBERA L to the INSU
RELRi than any other company, and will
eventually become I'UlRELY MUTUAL and
belong to the INSUlIERS.
2d. It circulates its money amonigst its.
patrons, who arc the insurers. Conse
(juently they' are continually getting the
enefir. of the rapid accumulations of the
:ompany, the nioney being invested by
he Board of Directors amongst the in
urers. Thereiore the insurers are build
ug up an imstiriunn peciulia rly thcir own
and con ducted for theirt beneSit.
:;d. The loans of this cotmpany are as lib
ral ats other compiamities who declare divi.
lendLs at the cud of tiie secor'd, third and
fourth years, hut this Company at the end
f the first and every year. Thereby the
nsiurer saves several years' interest ont his
oans byv insurinig in this Gompany, and he
iever loses his money it he pays tup for ONE
WVhOLE YEA R ; whereas, in other conmpa-1
ies, lie has to remain an insurer for sev
ral years, or he lose's all the monecy lie has
DAVID B. CL,ARK, President.
T1108. IL W YNNE, Vice-Presidenit.
JitlIN Q. WI NN. Secretary.
General JA MES 11. LANE, Acttuary.
Dr. F. IB. W ATK INS, Medical A dvisers.
Judge JollN A. M EIREDITI!, Counsellor.
. B. WINSTON, Treasuirer and Secretary
R. 1F. & P. R. R.
WYM. J. .JOIINSON, of Johnson & flunt,
WM. II. Pt'WER~S, of Winston & Powers,
ALBERT 01RDWAY, Treasurer Bucking
ham State Conmpatnv.
. F. GIBSON, Superintendent A dams' Ex
CIIARLES Y. MORRIS, Morris & Co.'s Su
ia Refi nery.
1.. A. PEP'LE, Superintendent Manchester
-J0lN IH. TYLER, John II. & John Tyler,
MlOSES.i ML LImSEB, Whmolesale Dry Goods.
ThO0MAS S. BA LIV, Clothier.
.OlhN M. (:iDDIIN. Casier P!lanters' Bank.
. R. DOWELL, Suiperiinandient Wes'ern
Union Telegraph Company.
LEX. G. ROBERTSON, Cat tle Blroker.
EORGE L. IHERRING, Wholesale Grocer.
. L. BROWN, of Brown, Jones & Co.,
A. BODEKER, Druggist.
. M. ROSEN3A UM, of S. & 3!. Rosenbaum,
quality Life Insurance Co.
Examinme its Pamphlets before you insure, It
is to your interest to do so.
rincip1i; fite 1015 1LMin Street, Ridimod, Va.
AGETS WANTED EVERYWH ERtE.
OHN A. CttAPMAN, Dn. JAS. McIN~TOSHI!
Local Agent. Examining P'hysician,
BEJ G. HERIOT, Gen. Travelling Ag't
Charleston, S. C.I
Sep. 22 37 1y.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
P. HAMILTON JOYNERt, CLERK, b
f Board, per Day.............P. 00
apper, Breakfast and Lodging...2 0) F
Single Meals...................--. i 00
C A B 0 LI C
Bas ed on secince.
Pr,perd ieitht Skill,
and all the available ingenuity, and expert
ness. that the art of pharmacy of the present
day can contribute.
And Combining in Concentrated Form themcst
Valuable Vegetable Juices
Known ip the History of Medicines for
rUr,IFYING THE BLOOD,
NUTRITION TO TlE SYSTEM,
Tone to the Stomach,
And a Healthy action to the Liver, Kidneys,
Secretive and Excretive Organs.
A DYING ZOUAVE
lay breathing his last on the battle field, his
companions surged on and left him alone.
They knew the cause of his approaching end,
it was the deadly bullet. No friendly voice
could cheer him to life-no human skill could
Thousands of Precious Lives
are to day as rapidly sinking, and as surely
tottering on to an untimely end, in Suffering,
Agony, Wretchedness, and Ignorance of the
Science can arrest and assuage,
Nourish into new Life and Vigor.
And cause the Bloom of Health
To dance once more upon their withered Cheeks.
DISEASE, LIKE A THIEF,
Steals upon its victims unawares, and before
they are aware of its attack, plants itself
firmly in the system, and through neglect or
inattention becomes seated, and defies all
ordinary or temporary treatment to relin
quish its merciless grasp.
DO YOU KNOW THE CAUSE OF
The wasted form-the hollow cheek ?
The withered face-the sallow complexion ?
The feeble voice-the sunken, glassy;eye '
The emaciated form-the trembling frame ?
The treacherous pimple-the torturing sore ?
The repulsive eruption-the iflamed eye ?
The pimpled lace-the rough colorless skin ?
and debilitating ailments of the present age ?
The answer is simple, and covers the whole
ground in all its phazes viz: the
FANGS OF DISEASE
ARE FIIIIX FIXED IN TIIE
Fountain of Life---the Blood.
ruring the late war, with diseased Lymph
TAINTED THIE BEST BLOOD
: the entire land. It has planted the germ
f the most melancholy disease in the veins
>f en, women and children on all sides, and
>othing short of
A. HEROIC REMEDY
asill Eradicate it root and branch, forever.
Such a Remedy is
H E N RY'S
ON REACRtNG THE STOXACH, itasm
ates att once with the food and liquids there,
n, and from the moment it passes into the
3lood, it attacks disease at its fountain head,
n its germ and ma'urity, an'l dissipates it
;hrough the avenues of the organs with un
rring certainty, and sends new and pure
lood bounding through every artery and
The tuherenles of Scrofula that sometimes
lourishi and stud the inner coating of the ah
lomen, like kernels or corn. are withered, dis
:olved and eradie:ted and the diseased parts
iourished into life. The Torpid Liver and
nactive Kidneys are stimulated to a healthy
ecretion, and their natural functions re
tored to renewed health and activity.
Its action upon the blood. fluids of the
>ody, and Glandular System, are
ONIC, PURIFYING AND DISINFTECTANT,
\t its toneh, disease droops. dies, and the
'icim of its violence, as it were,
LEAPS TO NEW LIFE.
tRelieves the entire sy<em of Pains and
A ches, enlivens the spirits, and imparts a
Sparkling brightness to the Eye,
A rosy glow to the Cheek,
A ruby tinge to the LI.p.
A clearness to the Head,
A brightness to the Complexion,
A buoyancy to th e Spirits,
And happiness on all sides.
Thousands have been rescued from the
erge of the grave by its timely use.
This Remedv is now offered to the public
rith the most solemn assurance of its intrin
ic medicinal virtues, and powerful IIealing
FoR ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE
ildneys, Retention of Urine,
And Diseases of Women and Children.
ervous I 'ro.etration. Weakness. G;eneral
Lassitnde. and Loes of .\ppetite,
it is unsurpassed.
di.etions of the Bones, Habitual Costiveness,
Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, Dyspep
sia, Erysipelis, Female Irregularities,
Pistula, all Skin Diseases, Liver
Complaint, Indigestion, Piles,
Pulmonary Diseases, Con
su.mption. Serofula or
Prof. M. E. HENRY,
HENRY & CO., Proprietors.
LABOER.TORY, 278 PEARL STEEET.
Post-office Box, 5272, Nsw YORK.
[0- CUNSTITUI'ON RENOVATOR is $1
er bottle, six bottles for 85. Sent anywhere
i receipt of price. Patients are requested
>correspond confidentially, and reply will
e made by following mail.
Sold by all respcctable Druggists.
Sold at Newberry by
Dr. J. MIcINToSHI.
Entered according to Act of Congress, by M.
'tg"it . th lerk' 'iffice of the LDistrict
awVs C o t oll Seed ' !'. C
fro NeNor .It n th- fiete
FANCY GOODS IE,wold~N cal epCa
atto to t o It.L
ODLL I ADIJC
Good s Purchased at iwes G1d Prices.
NEW RRPV ALS D- JLY.
THE subscriber having just returned
from \ew York nnithi one of th- finrst se-i
lections of goods in the JEWELRY A\D
FANCY GOODS LINE, would call especial
attention to the toIlowinrg articles, which
will be sold at astonishin r low prices :Guld
and Silver WATCHES; Fine GOLD JEW
ELRY ; Watch Chains, Silverware, Specta
cles, American and French Clocks, Statues,
Toilet Sets, Pocket Books, Fans, 31usical
Boxes, %nd many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
Co!umbia Hotel Row.
April 20, 16-tf.
Over 3IAYES & MARTI\'S,
NEWEBERR 1Y, S. C.
W. H. WISEMAN,
TAKES pleasure in informing the citi
zens of Newberry and surrounding country,
that he is prepared to make 'hotographs
of all sizes, and in every variety of finish,
and all other kinds of pictures.
Having added largely to his stock, and
keeping up with all the recent improvements
in the art, lie feels satisfied of his ability to
gratify the tastes of all.
PRICES VERY REASON ABLE.
Mar. 16, 11-tf.
W. L. GOURDINE,
Respectfully announces that he
is pre2par-ed to cut and rit gentle
tuen's suits to their entire satis
fion. Having bad a large expe
r-ience in the taiilorinig bus$iness.
and be-ing constantly supplied with
the latest New York Fashions, he
fe.els no hesitancy in asking for
patronage. WVork promp>tly de
ivered. Terms moderate.
To making sack coat................4 00
To cut and make pants...............1.501
To cut and make vet................ 1.56
To cut and make walking coat.....-...o 00
To) cut and make fine black frock coat. 8 00
Lo cut suit of clothes...........1 00
SURtE DEATII AND EXTER.MINATION
WORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUS TO
Just received, a few tons of the abovec
The remarkhi1!e proporties or this article,
after nmost thorougrh scientific andi prictical1
ts$t, no0w bingti~ int!y.0ci eabishdi and ael i
nowledged, t he Comnpiny who e,ntrtol it
nanufact ire and Sale. is prep:ared for its
INTRODEL'TION TO TIIIS .nARKET,
n full conftdence thit the great need of the
iller of the soil is ait hist atvailable : that wi
ffer an article wihichi, as a Fetilizer, i
:eondl to none in ua.ility, and, f:rther, that
t is sure death andl etrminuation to tihe
'COTTON WORM," "CEUIItIi," AiPLE c
MO0TH, POTATO UG, TUIhACCO WORM.
110P I.Ot E, AI RMY WORMi,
ndl all dleteiptionts of nsectr andI veriieuir
ife which infest and dev.-nite the ;'anta
on, the Farmi, the ( rchard or the Garden.
PmeCE 815 Pe.n TON.
PAUL C. TlENHOLM, h
Comition~~. t Merchant,
No. 2 Uniont Wha:rves. I
June 8, 2",-tf.f
THlE SUPBSCRIBER has constantly or T
and a full assorune:nt of the above apptioved
ases, of differenit patterns, besides coffins
f his owu make, aill of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, withi
romptness and idespa:ch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by el
ailroadu will1 have them sent free of charge. cc
A IIearse is always on hand and will b ejB
rnished it theC rate of $tli per day. F
Thiankful for past patronage, the sib.
eribecr respectfu!!y ask for a conitinuation F
f the same, and assures the public that e
o effort on his part will be sparecd to render v
dec utmost satisfaction.F
A. C. CH APMAN r
Newberry S. C., July 31. o
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in anniounc
ri to th-i< comimunity that, having miade
11l necessary arrangements, he will be able li
Sash with and without'
Glass, and Blinds,
Lt Very Modlerate Rates !
For CaSh! !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct.'s 41 tf. Newberry C. H., S. C.
I can be found next to Messrs. Smith &
bristians, where I will shave, hm o
Lfd cut gentlemen's hair, neatly and cheaply.
May 11, 19-tf'.
AARON TILMAN. a
--- - - --- - - - U
Prime Eastern Hay
or sale by t
II C. WISKEMAN.
The Bee-Keeper 's
City. The two
one is now a
ted, donble qua rio, eight page pap,
ing Five ditferent depa:ttnents, y
Keeping. Agriculture, Home an,
Ladies' and Youths' Dlepartme
it the cheapest and best familypaper
ica, for oniy :1 -I year. Edited
A. King,Tlien S. Tpper, and
Kuc.ter. and published by H. A.
37 Park Riow, New York, who send
pie copy free, to every applicant 4
enterprising I;ee.Keepers. "Him.
Keepers.' a practical P'ampblet of,
in neat pink covers, (Seventh Ft
19,000). sent poSt paid for 10 cents;
thors of "ihe Bee-Keeper's Test
which has reached its linth
Twenty-Second Thousand, havingrae
Editions of 10,000 copies in less;tla'
years; sent post-paid, neatly bondi,
muslin 75 cents. in paper cover;4,y
or one copy sent free to every new.
to the two papers, in the folloihg,
The undersigned, in order to r
readers, and increase the circulatiox .
HIerald, have made arrangements
above firm to send the Bee-Keeper's
and National Agriculturist, and the
both one year, for -3 65. and send a
the work "I1ints to Itee-Keeper's,"
Keeper's Text Book," FREE to each
ber. We hope our friends will show
i2:"a! off,r to their bee,keeping M
and srnd ib the above firm fora samp e
but to avai l yo,.:lve- of this offer, the
ey and names of .u, 'r1br- must be
LIS. .1(dr.'"s, " '
T. F. & E :I. 'ltFEKER,
iPORTANT TO FA
And all People living in the Contry.
GR>eAT DISTRIBUTION O$
The grat New York. Agricultural,
ultural, and general Family Paper, the
R AL AMERICAN, is.PItEE to January
No other paper of its class is so large,.
cheap, nor so practical. rt contains
the re*iing matter th:.t can be found
Dther simii,r publica:ions, for the same
-only G1.50 a year singly, and $1 W
Club.! A new volume-the fourteen
ins January 1st, 1870; and its sa
will receive gr:uitonsly the most
:ent distribution of elegant First-Class.
Eng Machines, Eight-day Clocks, solid
ud other Watches, ever before offered,!
Agents are wanted everywhere, as the
is N.ational, and circula:es in all the
and Territories. The general Premium t:
is more liberal than was ever before oSer
y any puhli-her in the United States, A-.
;plendid 440 Sewing Machine, (really wo
s6n,) is offered FREE for a Club that em
,l)tained anywhere in three days! MagnI>..
:ent Eigh t'day Clocks, worth $15, for a Chi
that may be got up in one day; with sold
!old :nd other Watches, &c., at simfla
ates! Now is the time for Club Agents m
:ommence their lists, so as to receive the p.'.
>er FcEE for the balance of the year. We.
nvite all persons wanting the best and dag.
st rural paper in existence to send $1.50 to
is, and receive it from now to January 1871.;
r to send tor a sample copy, which will be
:ent FREE.-Club Artents supplied with
pecimens, Premium Lists, &c.
GREAT TEM IHMS FOR EARLY CLUES,
For only ten subscribers, at S1 each, sent
n before the 1-t of January next, we wilt
end the Club Agent, FREE, a copy of the
urai American. one year, and a copy-of the
ew York Weekly Sun, one year, the best
>aper published, not partizan in poHtiest
Ehis offer, for two or three hours work only,
s the most liberal ever befo:-e offered in the
istorv of the rural press.
N. IL -A fter January 1st, Twelve subscri
>ers at $1 will be required to Antitle the
tgcent to the nbov'e Premuiumns.
A-ldress, C. F. MINER & Co., New Brune
rick. New Jersey, (near York.) where the
~dioria1 OfIice and farm are situated.
EVF.RY F.UULY' shoaldl taske at 4esst
>NE (;eneral New:pper besides their county
tiper, "every ti:ne." It should be
nd T HE CIIIAPEST,
3, $3, S3, 83, 83, $3, $3.
Three Dl)lars pays fcr one yerssusrp
S1, $1, $1, ' 5, $1, S1.
One dollar for four months to the
Mobie Weekly Register,
~he Okiest. Largest, and best known of
Souuthern fauilly journals.
Hon. .JUlIN FORSYTII, I'ditor-in-Chief.
It employs the best talenv in the country. .
Its S:ories arc the most entertasining.
Its l'oetry the must briii:ant.
Its Corres'pondeece is fromn all important
I:s Telegraphic Summary is a complete
istory of the we:ek.
Its Comamercial iheviewv and Prices Current
very Mecrchcaat and P;anter needs-it is cor'.
l': .\ericannraI D)epatm^nnt is. most full
Its !'oliti.s Atwars D:.M itA TIC and
It ha' bee.n ptubli-hed u.nntrruptedly for
[af a Ce'n:urv.
It has dloble the circulation of any paper
t the Southemn S ta-es.
Subscribe for the MomnZE VWEEKLY REG.
'Tfn. 1 ve:r -.3.00-4 mona'ths S1.00.
Get ournehdors:o jin ou. Clubs of
mroeya 1 0-:k tfu onthsoq,
-a-ei-1.00. Speimen copy free.
Ad'r,ss. W. 1). MANN,
Prop. Iegister. Mobile, Ala.
June 15, 241--:f.
D)on't Delay, Send at once.
LIE E:ADLN AtGit'[IU il JORIAL
OF THE COUTRY,
FREE FOR ONE YE AR.
THE AMERICANETOcK JOURNAL.-Afirst
ass momhly, eontraining 32 large double
iumn pages de-voted to Farming and Stock.
reding, containing regular departments
r the P'ractical Farmer, D.dryman, Stock
reeder, Wool Grow'cr, an:d P. n!try Keeper,
c., &c., &c. Illuis.rated with numerous fine
ngravings and bmounda in han.dsomely inted"
>vrs. Farmers will tind this monthly a
~ry ef!ecent aid in all the departments of
arming and trock Breeding. It has a Vete
nary Department under the charge of one
the ablest Professors in the United States,
ho answers through the .JotRNAL, free of'
aarge, all questions relating to sick, Injured
-Diseased Horses, Cattle. Sheep, -Swine or
,ulry. Thus every Subscriber has a Hans
id Cattle Doctor FREE.
We are now prepared to offer the AMERi
LN 8TocK JOURNA~L as a FREE GIFT for
ze year, to ALL NEw SUSRBR (or re
twais) to the Newberry HERALD, who shall
bscribe immediately and pay in advance.
Is is a rare oppoirtuniry which the intelli%
:t people of our section will no doubt duly
preciate. Hlandl in your subscriptions at
ice atnd secure The. STocK JoUnYAt free
r one year.
T. F. S& R. H. GRENEKERk
Nov 17, 45-6mu
The Newlerry' liraid cIlbbe with
te iRural .imerican at ve'ry low rate.
We will club the HIERAL.D with the RURAL
tERCAN at tie very low rate of $3 50, for
'h papers, one year, (1570;) and the Rural
nericaan will be sent FREE for the balance
18G9, to all subscribers who send in their
mes early! Htere is a chance to obtain the
rgesr and b,est Agricultural, Horticultural,
d general Famuily Paper published in the
ited States, and the H ERALD forOnlyrFIFa
SCEYTs more than the regular price of our
per! Such a chance i.s rare, and it will be
the interest oft our readers to ('all and sub,
ribe .soon, so as to s.enre the Rural Ameris
ni tor the bianIc' ot Isl.' Fmt:~.
1 . F.- R . RENKR