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CoToN IN G:.a)at AND TEN
:Assa:.-T lie Cu::bus (Ga.) Suit
of the 21;th instant, says:
.A sirt trip in th(Ountr l:as
enabled us to realIze the extent of
the disa ster which has recently
ov':rta:en the Ca non of Georgi,:a
an ..abama, m:ore espeCilly
where it h:ad hen manatred. By
this diac-:er th e tire cropl that
bloonI-, sI: dZIIIy is lost. In
ma!ny p tvC-s the pant presents the
appear:ance of bi)n. dead. and all.
or nearyi : a!!. the b,lls open, Tla::y
prematurely. This is terrible on
tho-e wa' hou.tIhlIt tititzers on a
credit to be paid out of the pro
duct. In many nstances nlot
enou:.h v:il be male at pre-ent
priUcS for the stale, to foot bill
for fertiiiz;I'r. Fe%w men troughi -
out the wha-le section, we arC sat
'ed, en foot expn.e bills for
cultivation at a price below timity'
The con mrcial edi tor of the
Me-:phis A r21P, wr iting on tihe
20hinst ant. a :
Th~e e tiuin of thlc cotto??
crops; are i.-ss favorablc than they
weea we.:k: 5sinee. C.ontinued
heavy ranrs are doin g cotton fields
injury, til!ing them with gras, and
rotting the maturing bo!ls. Sev
eral planters from the valley lands
South of us are gloomy over the
Irospect. The hill crops have
s+stain.i much less injury, and
dry weather from this out may
vet at,rl a great a yield as the
pick;ng capacity can get out..
Crtors IN TE SCArE. -- T he
Lni'vnnilie T';:tc".', of the 2Gth in.
Coton anii CCrn in this county
are lookiing as wil as thoe crop s
J.ave for many years. We have
exainLl a : 1n-cr of cotton fields.
and are please-I to not(Ie that.
eeueraliy, t''. cotton stalks have
i lar er inlm.. 4r of sound bo)Is
than we ever :- sa-in thi;s State.
We, hover:-. regret t ;ate that
the cateriillar has :ad& its a^P
peairae, and ml nebh appreh Csi'n
Ifllt about it. At present. 1'0
r..isbiet has been done by these
h:atilers, but the fact that they
avepercetibly increased in numn
brers d1uring the patst week, give
:round fbr alarm. So far as we have
jeard. t hey have rot made their
pperaceon more than two
The Ch:irendonl ress, on the
..5th instan) t. says:
A pretry fair estimate can now
he maleo as regards the crops.
Ft~rota observation anri reports
gathiered f romi vai~os potin of
the country it is believed that the
provisiea crop is muceh better tihan
that of last year. Cotton will not
yieldi as wvell as last year, the seat
son being rather against it-t he
.-a too. is ma!:;mng its appearance
in many aaes. and. the wor-m is
vet to be dr-eaded.
Mtrs. C*aroldi a Wollinz, wlhil
crossing E!ysian iEl d.-, iloboken,
encountered a ruffian, who after
killing her child by dashinge it
agatinst a tre6 out-raed Mr-s. Well
y10.rnos:. . Y. AUgust 2G.
There has been a ter-rifle storm
here. Five persons were killed by
one stroke of lightning. Reports
of fires e-aulseL: b- the lightning arc
coming in fr-om all quarters.
t.-The edi:tor of the .\thecns (8a
W thuaan, syvs that he tried the i61
lowinmg recu:.e, ami it orove-d su:ccessful.
Our rea ice-s wid do well to preserve
"CIeani cut the bottomn of the hoof
toro zhiy-hl uip the leg so as to
bring the bc,otto of the hoof upoward,
ho.ding it frirm in a ho.rizonital piosition,
and porin, say a taYi<poonfsl of spirits
oftret: if the cavity of the hoof
wil hIl thaatiuh -if not, pour in what
it wi hold, wiut dan:er of runnain-:
over; tu:: the tuJrpienune with a red
h * io vti w '! st it on tire)-hold
the oofErn iin poito until it ali
burn~ ou. G,reat care muust be taken
tha non. runs . oe othe hatr or the
hoo :-t s.inbe buned. If all the
fee a e a: i-td,bun turpentine inc ach
of th.e:n.e w instanlyd f,low, and
th nh wiin be'i ready for service in
Ten RADCAL. Mo.-On Tuer,day night
last a crowd of some thirty or forty Rad
icois, (colored,) mobbed and beat ah old
colored rman, who at the last election
!ed the Democratic ticket. With no
'fs nthscomniy except Scott's
givegtes and Constabulary, there is
It ;s 'to against the mob. God
that our pgn the right of self-defen'e.
to protect the*-ranhood arid wisdom
th.:ir tjresies >;u:dbe weli prepared
iili their e~ r,. t'heir families and
themelve -r ,.. 2deals maltrcat
* -to think for
I erc w.. Present at thle le1ta
I) - - -- a a
. i ' on luedy- , anid that a'i'
s- - -. t'' - < c e Cirpenter -
-::o dar ma (ol.' of the bestsucech,
e eI heard itis~ Ccutry. No ii
.i-i zur, but on the contrary
e utent nirloy prevuircd.
huivar i rerese-ts aFreei
- a nf ra euir, befre im
- ced ithd , boies.
G le ' catont steel h) r-lt (utlo n Gin.
T"se K ae in 1n1y be, '-e: at work ir,
iir Wae i the ".:e. Pilee G per
I omh Georgia p:.:t r: Cctoin Gin
Iali's patent Co: ton (in ieders--pre,
venIt anyr1 ha:rdi subs:.:"iN rltt'rint the .in
pror"ctin,z the =aw: froll i:.j:irv and the litn
fro t I.re. Pr ic' !..l ; er :-a 1to size of gin
I:ins ' Co1 Pr I Pice("."
Peab)odt'.ntoo A.-: ie. ie75
t'-.o):.' p.,r.-nt b'roa:e.t "r. d socCr8
for tt?eat : d . :! -t ri i r ': rice A;,).
And1 all lindo of :r i e.trl impllenent
for .aIl low.
52 E:,ct lay :-t.. :outh of the old I'ost t ttficr.
:: !- .m ;!rules On, S. C.
~~:iJ~J2S14 W A19 t h i
f.A. NG sut*ppie,l nurselves ntith nctv
ctrd, ,:'-! refurished o;ur 'actorr ge:e
r:di v, wt it ter orrselves th:t 11-i:h our r:cr
ron.:! *I;teidC'c . atd pronpt attenl
tion 0, opf"r"t ors, we ( n :ife(' si:1fctitor
in cve'ryta' e In3.1TTER. tcit)
.wh!:ic"h w' noW :I: ' PER'EL'T MIXE s, i
in f' !! nopri'r'n. I-)=cts. per ponid is o:n
price (oreaiti'-: wool inhlot the wool i.
e- VcsIs per poii extra wnher
wfit the oil. We hare s.tbles aml
!ts for honrrvJ, a:-,l :(e: n.no!t1:o;:;s conven"
ilet ,r tho - n:ron:izin_. Mr. A. W .. T
ia:no)::., at ll r :m :hoIp, i, o'ir tent for
N..h'erry. W1-oi rolls ill be returriei
every te "ys.
R. S. & J. W. ("'CDGION.
Iiurens, S. C., .Juy Is, 1.74.
South Carolina Railroad.
On and after July 1st, 1870, ar! Passen
gera gettin" on Trains at Stationi wher
Ticker .AIIJE s.orl), -.n,- neIee"ring to pur.
c:a"0 Ticket-, will hr ebhar.:od the Conduct
or's Excess R:ate. 1It all Passengers get
," on at S:tion- where Ticket, are NO'
StLI), wil, be char;ed only the Aer:t'
Rate by the I-ondnctr.
AL!'RE.P L. TTiLEr.,
S. I' ;r.. G-:eral Ticket Aent.
FOR SA L
OR TO LEASE FOR
A TERM of YEARS,
MY PLA 'ATIB N on S:di., near Ol
T,OWN Depot. MUE,-,A ('!iN, f1.LE.Ii
)IEN T s, ke.. a:iy be h:t with the place.
Appyen the pl:ve, or to
lim ELL, S, C.
.Jit.. 1, 27-4n-e.o.w."
Soih CaroIh la~stitut,
NEMB3ER 1st, IS870.
Mot liberal Preiums offered in
every depairtmnt of Agriculture aind Me.
PremtiumIr List I.ulished in Pamletii4
Juty 1', 27-'rm
GI.' EN IIL LE. S. C.
,9" CENTS wili pay for sIX 2.tTus'
5UBSCIPTION to the abiove Paper,
publised every Wednesday.
AlVi:ERTISEl:s will find its cxtensive and
increa.-in: eirculation a profitable medium of
comniuniedon with the public.
(G. E. ELF'R Di. Editor ai Propr'r.
G. G. W I-:LLa. Assoeiate Editor.
..ug. 10, 32-tf.
Citizens' Savings Bank.
B3RANCII AT NEWI3ERRY, C. H , S. C,
Deposits of .$1 and Upwards Received.
Interest .illowed at the Rate of Sevenl peI
cenit. per A na:iInn on2 Ce'rtificates of De
posit, andi six per cenit, (onpounded
WM. MXW.\ IN Pednt.
.J4liN 1B. P. \t I R,) -. . c r ie
J('!!N P'. TIPl.j \' 5e Pelns
TIl'.1.\ E'." C 4G, Casier.
G.. TF. 'ITT A1 .-i-t't 4. ber
JN. T.PT'.i. ON
E. S. C(4!T'4nK.
FAIR '.Il, POE & POPE.
I' II unidto, ('bi4 a
Wi i n!rin,I Go!noia.sb
F.!i:!s W. McMa'str.G'ohrnnbia.
A.virg an r.wa b I, ua. "(fi)'r'
Jieet. I'. IThoma, Probnila tI 21
fEt.sUn ic. reui, tohenhia. sie
or oth uo;. Pant doleoirin. o
aaThomiai su. fGrer cldrea. c
Mrid Wom(Iene adMor (hoed
poi . ca . only , e vtdrwbe r. mel
oriDaneoiel aven, Jr. thrlegaton,r
fMuecheae habre frde, alek Wporiow
or dpantind otIer ma whereeo the il
savting. and. driuawc a liderat rae ofaI ie
Trus t ih to draw whnrs ne hei:
or~ oter 1ross;Parent dLesr Yos
apartoi sm tall sum ifor;ir. chen amt
aiItIe Wome an.itd Minrorsd (wose de
posits caol be f withdrw te mse e
1or, inc P of. dth by 0hi lal repreat
senttivs),wisingto ay sid pofndIIfo
rapily acumlate an at the sabmet tm
A1.0 14-Gmo.X t~~S
R. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
131 MEETING STRFET,
(Oppo-ite Market St..)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I)s'c . t
\ D'IIGHTFUL TONIC.
W e :,f!" r:., p-r :re In ofT-r'ngz th<
OLD GOA?9Z1NA B1TERS
l to the pilhe. Thie are compounded vith
L't,rat cz re, Snd r .: t.iL1 7ome .f tf t"fs.
Tor.ics itn ti h! A .("i', ih. .s e ldnc
of the sperinrirityo or:r i f: Ei:S over ail
(,er:, we h.ive cerf:fa':ir from m.,iry of
the leading physician in Grut' .tate, wh-o have
prescrihed theu in their practice. The
OLD CAiOLINA BITTERS
Wiil be found irvainablo kr
Want of appreti:r,
Chill.; anid Fever, and
We dn not of 'r o:r :TnTEPS as a entrf
for all di=a.'i hIt as an Aromatic Ton^c,
they hive no eq'id.
For s:tle by [>rtists and Grocer- every
where. Principal Depot,
80Ol?JCH, W!INiMN & CO.,
Imr porter of Choice Drr and Chemic:ls,
Feh. 1I, 7-ly. C har eston, S. C.
Fitks Mtahc BluraI Cass1
TI ill. ; *R;ER has constantlr or.
harid a fltl. ornent of he ahor" appr oved
-s, of difiereit patternq, besides cofiin
ol his own mrtake, all of .which he is prepared
Sfu:rniAh at verr reasonablc rates, nDith
ifromrptiless and despr:tch.
Person= de irof:s of h-ti ir:; cages pent h
raiirn-:d will have them cent free of charge.
A I!etarr i.z alAai on hand antid will be
fornished at the r.re of rln per day.
Thanlful fir prf. p:ronagP, the nb
cribetr respoef aly a-1 fo r a coOtiatOi
of Sthta:(*, and assures the piublic thait
no0 eifort ont his part w ill bec sp ared to render
A. C. CUAPMA.N
N he --S. C. uly :;!.
WALKER, EYANS- & - S EL
W Twr o onll er on o xtrctth
&4rs agrs ..n -ehj fo hldea ndh
30rents the3uT t:s ttembc eth
hidrn l.ed orlS TN, eet fro
theulpe j, and-tfroh owrjw
Aind tMoas.or j.Hdrew t eethhte
-u' n.te? of tee lelon to ter adut tor
airt awa'r o' ths.l ow I ntice andc
icerd~nit; :ly. Chr,~ es vern modete.
wMrn: .a 2 in t-tf urgeon; Dtetnti t.
0.Vtt0 O 7:1' 1! 'e l.n t0 0 teet,
SrniEAo~RS,o aIch,TOBA C h t&C.
197wr ]Er M a rs ay, wr
Mar. 3, 1-ly. rg n eti
SashY & inds C.
Sas7 wihand withou
At esry arra ert e lbe ae!
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
J. P. POOL. Proprietor.
This oThaei is centrally situa ted, comomo
dion;% airy a:;l well aippouIt"I. No pait
are stared to m.:ke the gueim~ fee "at
CHEAP M'CLELLAN SADDLES!!
Cheap Tcam I1ames &c.!1
THE under.-gncd are now mnnuftacturing
for S!e 11gv llarn"s at : lu.5u per set.
"cvr Mc(e;hlban addle, ?7. : a!nd $1r.rt
c"h. :'d hn:,d Government Mech-Ilan Sad
d les, ?1:f) to '7.is0 each. T:atn larresa,
2, 4 and fi horse sett:, C1IEAI'; :l of best
m:alerial and workm .i::Ahip. Tu-tether with
the abo,v, a g'n1r:d stoek of 5r:1 :
Saddh-, ;i t, ke. &c. (IYE TrR
O1)EI;S if you wish a good, substntial
and cheap article.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRON,
68 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
June 15, 24-:1.m.
T!c Great Mzme::1 iseo-&ery!
Dr. w A yX2's CrIron:A.
Tflisdreds of Thcasanlds g
Be..r teo i:x"a.y t tliir s'ouderfuli =.
Cur.a:ivo L'.:::t. .
= W:AT A Z T-EY ? ZaE
TEY ARE NOT A VILE C
.FAMCY DRIrdK,! a
1M ade of Poor Rum. WThisltop, Proof Spir
ita, and Refuse Liquors. doctorvld,np>c:d,
art sw,etee1to p!a:,;On et.ncalled "Tom.--'
"' A.",petizers+." " Rt.s:.orery," &c'., that lea-l t.-re
tipph-ronutodrutnkennt:::s and r:n, brit are atrne
hiirn,ma-io troma the Na:tive Enot.+a-id
1f"rts4of rahit,nia, free from all Alcoholic
PUELFIER and LIFB GIVING PRIN
CIPLE, sa per",ect lteauvatur r.i,l lnvigorator
of thie System, carryinr ot u poisonous.matter,
:-nd rc=toriug the hloo-.1to a healthy condition.
.No p""roon can take these Eiters, accordir.g to
rhro("t i~ne, and remain Ion-, un We:..
$10 G wi'.1 be given for an ineurable case, pro
vinethe bones are not de<trnyedl by m:neral
,"tis t:r or ot her mean-t, an,d the vital orgns
w :,1r h""rondI the p~,nt of r"-pair.
For Inflammn :tory and Chronic Itheu
r.utismn, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi
ge -;ton. Bilious, .R?mittent, and Inter
mitt ent Foyers, I)?"-.i of the Blood,
Livor, Hidneys, nrAA BL,idor, th we Bit
ters have t>re nt. m .."". ~-::!. Such Dis
ses nrae ca":i- btn,, Vitiated Blood,wtauih
is en-ray"pr1-sa by decrangemtent of the
'1 h"y iuvi:."orat,: th' S'o-n.tch.anel stimivlate
the t,irpidl liver and bowels, which render themn
ofn "u"tu-ie'!i ii y" in clea ntin4 the bloe-l of
a i , nparting new life and vigor
to the whii,l'systrrm.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Ileadache,
y tin in t:ie bnouldors, C;oughs, Tightnesi o' the
t'.t., Dizzine.v Go%r Stomach, Bad Taste in
tthe Mout h. Biulions A ttar'ia, Palpitation of the
Ieart, Cupionis Di"char es of Urine, Pain in
the re;ions of t!-e Kidneys, and a hundred other
p-inful symptoms wich are thme offsprings of
Dvspeppeia, are curod byv these Bitters.
'Cle:,nse tha Viti::te'l j'.a0-l whenever you find
its impurit ics b3uratinr t itrou:lh the skin inPin
pleo', Eruptions, or Sores: eteanse it wher. itis
fol n ou elnswiltl o whn :e
thesyte of o many. thusands, aroo eecuall
des.ro ad roedLqr. dc'rl p~
For tol drueis ad aul tecnar
alrtof eahbottl, prnedi frou anualcoho
Etnriu,Gran ,~ F:yrnch,GaeianiLh.
,t. WAE R~~4z, c32 &no 34~ C ~oommece St-ee,Y
Proprietor.iR. th MicDONAo aD &h Cond n
li.ndroTl'its andL uneal.Arns
Vs )I r..:ber - nia. and t and34 om-a
me'ise atact,-. -yppi.o ri
i: oL B Ys ALLiet n DBO ITer-N
Dea A 'cs,luns.e lod
Jly o6, Kid-6m. '111vdrth i
Jn~st rived raf tosofte.tr
tF oridlir. r aib~es hihra.rt
oThe nmicabele prpeties or this art'l of
af:e mo,tp~ thooug int eifie and pgr:e:i
kno twl'ed dye C pn wo etr.:
manuf.iean .or Inistrpar, for it
in funli c oi tha thes grt nted of the
tib- Mofth 1, iluis atlacst avai'.nblio ; then
thie r' ansorile whhn h, antahuFed oizer .
C*and thoe Vin:t' fTl an,e t u, -i
it i smplrtl d huri::d eteiruintein in the
and l eriptions o rectandi emiu.ar
lihe bhooh inu-e and devatate the f'ats
In, tFArm, an therhor theM~ G,nrdenr.
tP ytm fs an'L C.Thosads,aENHOLM,al
roud ech ottmpindion fourcant,aes
Jri'.er an-- Fr c,adSaih
. L .~R 2&3 omee tet G U D N.,
SCOURL ER,NI &C.,
ispretored to cutst and fit gera ntl.
fio. nvig ad a$ large e.rp
feel noX heity inL DaGsTSn for
lverecdl. Terms odraofte ao
To: mak- ing s a co iati................ '4 0
Tu.t a mo jtay pants...-........ 2.00c
Tos: ct and make.walkiis coat......... 5t0
T cu ndTmak Tin b lac.rc ca~!t..80
iTot ui t.ofat tcloth............. 1.00h
Goeds IIIuto ased at Lowest old thri. ;t
ietionte of. aood in the JEELRY toNt D
FAN oY G .(IDSLE, A ouhl cafll s, ea
attntion to~ riithe ftowing anticler,ntich
willb hl art stoiin lo pritco Gte oald
tind thle rmn i WAT CH :rdo Fin e GDEW
eles, AmerCan and Frenc Clocks,' Sttue
.Tle Set, Pocetf Bos a uia
I cn be fund nto to Messrs.r Sih
Christin's, whre ' w llhare, ehampo
rii mte aitern Hayir~~
thr ale~ bVw Y -kialin.b
TTel it Wis TansKEnAskr"
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.!
VENL1AL SUtEI1NTENDFNT'S OFFICE,
COLtXBZA, S. C., August 10, 1S70
CHlAN('E of Schedule for "ttnday Train:
Leave Columbia............................... 8.00 a. an.
.A. o........................... 9.30 a m.
Frog .evel............. ..10.40 a. in.
" Newberry............................11.05 a. . in.
Arrive at 1!eleu................. ..15l a. mn.
Leave TIe!ena............................. 2.45 p. n,
Newberry ....................... 2.;,5 p. n.
Fr ; lxn eT....................... 3.15 p. In.
" A l-t.n......................... 4.15 p. M .
Arrive at Clura1 ia.................. 6.0u p. M.
J1+llN U. 3MO13, Gen'l Sup't.
A.ug;ust 17, ":3-:t:f
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
GENERAI. S'ER1NTEND-NT'S OFFICE.,
(ot. .nrA. S. C.. July 25. 1S70.
(N and rfler I('N1)A Y. August 1. the follow
irg Schedule will be run da, lv. Sundays ex
cIted. connectin: with Nirht rrains ~n South
(atulina i:oad. up and down. al-o with Trains
g,in, Sout: on Charlotte, Columbia and Augur
.cave C(nmbia.......................... 8.15 a an
Alston ......................... 9.3S a m
* Newberry.......................11.03 a m
Arrive A}bleyilie......................... 300 p in
" c Andersot. ................... 4.3 a p in
S Greecvil.... ............ 5.00 p m
.ei e reer.i tt... .... ............... 7.00 a m
.c A.:cvi.. e.... ................ 9.rs a m
" ' ew 'rry..................1".47 p m
". n. .... ............... ...... ....:30p 17
Arrive Cuht'i-................. . 45 p an
..I+tlli lt 1. hnl ,-(sn'1 sup t.
South C..rol'.nt Ra7lroad Company,
GENl. SUI'T'S OFFICE. 1AY 15, 1870.
TilE following 'cbedule for Passenger Trains
will be observed froma this date:
DAY PASSEC& TR.Lt
T.cvin g Columbia at................- .. . . 7.46 a. M.
Arriving at Columbia at............... 4.1" p.m.
M1G HT EXPRESS TQAi.
Lavirng Columbia at ................. 7.5"p. M.
Arriving at Columbia at.............. 6 00 X. M.
TIlE CAXDEI TRtAt?-TRIt WEEKLY.
1Monday', WedneQdays and Saturda3 .1
Arrive at Columbia 1i.m a. in. Leave 1.o p.m.
Arrive at lhingville in time to connect with
through mail train South.
June 15. 24-tf.lI. T. PEAKE, General Scp't.
Charlotte, ('olulmbla & Au;nsta R. R.
,ENElIs, F!:!I+; lIT .\ND TICK ET OFFICE,
'oLtanra, S C., December 23. 14 9.
TI E following i'asenger Schedule will gn in
toeffect on this R:oad on and after SUNDAY
uext. 26th instant:
Leave Au.~u'ta. at ......... .............. 4 00 a tn.
'- ':.:mbia. S. ('.. at.......... 9.35 a. M.
" W :nn-buro. at .......................11.40 a. M.
. be--ter. s ..... ............... 1.40 p. m.
Arrive at charlotte. N. C ..... 4.1 p. m.
Making connections with Trains of North Car
oliua Road for all point: North and East.
OIG (O tTH.
Leave Charlotte. N. C., at..................10 15 a. M.
" Chester, at............................. 1.25 p. n.
" W innsboro. at...................... 2.57 p. in.
Columbia. S. C. at.................... 4.52 p. m.
Arrive at .\ugus'ta.............. ............ 9.42 p. n.
Making clo-e connections with Trains of Cen
tral and Georgia Railronds. for Savannah. and
;JI pointg in Florida. Macon, Columbus. Mort.
g'.,merv, Mobile. New o)rleans. Selma. Chattanoo
da. lletnplhi". Nashville. Loui=ville. Cincinnati.
St Louis. all points south and West.
Palace Sleeping 'ars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets ,-old. and Baggage checked to
all prit,cipal points.
g- Put engers by this route oro NoRnTR.
have choice o. THI REE DiPPEP.ENT toUTES.
C. (It' KNI4 IlT. Superintendent.
E. R. l>OnaY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
Mar. 30. 13-tf.
SPAUT.NBUR1G AND UNION R. R.
Oa and after Mondar. the 27th instant. there
w ill hi. 1:tiy Poa-enger Trains over this Rtond.
Snr 'dond?avs. We.tinesdays. Fridays and S>ztur
1:'es. the tu.wtn Trans will leave Spartanburg
(outh,u,e at 5:3) A. M., andi arrive at Ateton
11 A. Ii.
lR-.-uring. leave Aieton at 12 M.. and reach
S;ir.i..hurg (iourtems~e at 5:3 P. M.
tfn Tue.tys)v. the" T>owni Trains will leave Spar
tanoure t',urthou'e at 7:3' A. M.. and arrive at
.Th.n at 1 P. M .
lleltuina. leave .At.'tnn at 2:35 1. 3!., and
reach Sptartsanburg Chmurthe-use~ at 7. P. 31.
,n Thrdas the I ,own Tlraine will leave
Spartanb.urg Courthonse at 3:45 A. M., and ar
rive at Aleton at 8:35 A. 31.
l:eturning. liyae Alston at 9:3Vt A. 3!, and
r.tech spar;aubuarg Courthou4e at 2:40 P. 31
iSv thi.'5t Scdule. persons comnin: down the
ire-nvit!e l1adI on4 luesdlays can) come up the
Mrazrtanr: Ioad the same day. without deten
ti-m on the- way. aid persons going down this
rond on llhur-tays can go throughi to Columbia
withotut detention at Alstoni. Persons going
udown~r this rond on Thunr.e.aya can go up the
tG rei-tvil!e Roadn the .emze :lny. ithtout detenution
Io 1he war. antd pitrtie, comting up from Colum,
bia :irneC day, for ti. rool. will not be detained
.luty G. 27-tf. P'resideut .'. & U. it. tE.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
P. H.AdiLTON J0TNER, CLERK,
tf Boh.rd. pe Day................$ (M
Supp'.r, lirkfast and Lodgitng..2 Itt
Where to Stop.
W ILLI AMS' HOTEL,
Formerly IInrvey House,
S?aTA NBURG. C. Et, 8. 0.
LA URENS C. H., S. C.
J1. T. II. Williams. Proprietor.
MY friends anrd the traveling public are re
.'pce'fully informed that the above named
IIOTI-:Ls are now under my control; and
they may rest assured that the reputation of
the two houses will be fully kept up. The
ROOmsl are comfortably furnished and t.he
Tables will be supplied with the best of er
ery thing. Maiy 11, 19--tf.
FOR YOUR MEALS
Dec 22 50-3m
Chiarleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
MRS. H. L. BUTT.ER FIELD,
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
7Esr;est %nd mo-t complete
M}anutactcry of Doors.Ssahes.
lhinds. .Mou ding , &c.. in
the Southern States.
PPISTEI) IICI LIST DEFIE3 )IPETITll\,
' SEND FOR ONE. .
SENT FREE ON A PPLICATION. ;
April G, 1S70-14-ly.
DYS PaPS!A & INDIG ESTION
cyt. ''t11 S 3! 5 ER 1? ' PETlTF
'."D CVEiV 'HERE.
a V/HOLESALE DRUos
N. B. The Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue has decidd that any dealer can sel!
this article without a special licen=e.
For sale in Xewherry by DR. JAMES
McINTOS H, Druggist and.apothecary.
March 3a l y.
Full Benefit of Re
ANTE BELLUM PRICES.
FALL IN DRY GOOBS
J.1 &. M. L.KIRif
COLUMBIA, S. C.
TIlE ree"-t r,,; in FcM. and the calicoa
war betwee~n tho'e New York princes or the
rival honees of Stewart and Claflin, have
had such an influence on the price of Dry
Goods that we are enabled to sell to suit
the tumble. It is a bad wind that blows
nobody good and we are determnined that
ouer enomers sh,dll have t he*ne'ft of it.
Eihr co *e to us or send vonr orders.
J. HI. & M. L. KIMARD'S
D)ry Goods llouae, C'olumubia.
Mar. 16, 11l-tf.
Fever and Age
A NT ID OT E
Always Stops the Chills.
This Mzedicine has been before the rub
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 dose and under all circum
stances, and is the only Medicine thatwU1
and permanently every form of Fever
and Agute, because it is a perfect Anti
dote to MIalaria.
Sold by all Drugists.
[LA~TE% GLA7.E & RADCLIFFE,]
WflI~LD respectfully- inforrm the citizens
of Columbiea aond the country generally that
he has resumeed his aiol busine'ss, that of
WATCil, CLE)CK and .IEWELRtY, where a
full stock of all goods kept in a first-class
est:ehlishmiert cane be found, Hie will use
his hest endeavors to give satiefauctmon to all.
Ie h;opes to receive a share oif patrona::e.
He will keep first class workmuen, and all
work entrusted to him will be warranted.
Mar. 9, 10-6m.
CO0L U MB IA,
This pleasantly located HIOTEL, unaur
passed by any House in the South for comn
fort and healthy locality, is open to Trav
ellers and others seeking BOARD for the
Summer. Families can be accommuodated
with nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A call is solicited."
Mv Omnibus will be found at the differ
ent dIepots-passenzers carried to and from
the Hotel free of charge.
May 19d 20 tf WM. A. WRIGHT.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HIE PROPRIETORs take pleasnre in an,
nouncing that this elegantly.furnished
Establishment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will always
bet supplied with every delicacy of the sea,
son-both from New York and Charleston
IMarkets. and no efforts will be spared to
give :perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to
H. I7 14U Q
A Splendid Offer.
IIaving made arrangements with the fol
owing first class papers and magazines, we
:an club them with the Herald at the very
ow prices named, and will hold this unpre
edented offer open to all new subscribers
rom now until the first of April. We
vould advise that clubs be formed in see
ions and that each member of a club take
different paper, as this will gire a great
-ariety of interesting reading to neighbor
;oods. We further ofier to those who will
:et tp a club of ten subscribers to the Her
Id and any of the papers named, a copy of
mIr paper free, or for a club of twenty with
he papers named, one copy of the Herald
nd a copy of any of the magazines or pa
)rs in the list. You;, l.dies and gentle
nen with a very little exertion can make
tp a club undor ter-rm so advantag!eous.
'ead the list and ter!-:
TEntMS oF sUBsCRIPTION.
single copies.........................a 3 00
-ivc copies.... .................. 12 50
l'en c)pics, (and one extra.).......... 22 50
Jerald nnd X iX Century............. E 00
Ierald and Rural Carolini.n........ 4 50
Terai! and New Eectic............. G 25
lerald and Lady's Friend............ 4 50
Ierald and Saturday Evening Post... 4 50
Icrald and Southern Cultivator....... 4 50
Ierald and Rural American........... 3 50
[lerald and Stock .Tournal............ 3 25
[Ierald and Evening Lamp............ 4 25
!lerald and River:ide 3lagazine..... 5 00
Ierald and School Day Visitor..... 4 0)
herald and Eclectic Magazine...... G 0O
[lerald and Peters' Musical Magazine 4 5o
IIerald and Demorest's Magazine.... 5 Oo
[Terald and Burke's Weekly........ 4 5(
[ierald an3 Sout.crn Farm & IHome. 4 5)
herald and Bee Journal and Nation
al Agriculturist ............. 3 50
PUBLISHERS Newberry Herald.
The Newberry Herald clubbed with
the Rural American at very low rate.
We will club the IERALD with the RURAL
AMERICAN at the very low rate of 33 50, for
bo'h papers, one year, (1870:) and the Rural
American will be sent FREE for the balance
of 1869, to all subscribers who send in their
names early! Here is a chance to obtain the
argest and best Agricultural, Horticultural,
and general Family Paper published in the
United States, and the HERALD foronlyFIF"
rT CENTs more than the regular price of our
paper: Such a chauce is rare, and it will he
to the interest of our readers to call and sub
tcribe soon, so as to secure the Rural Ameri,
can for the balance of 180 FREE.
Nov 17, 45-Gm
Epu 11 Lfe Insuace Ccl,
tt:A4os wny F. P.:Y oxi ?nOtLw Itst"r.: :.
TIL: .tr.u.rrY uL: iF?stt.n.ic: co:M
PANY OF RIlDCTIOnD VIRGINIA.
1st. It is more LIlBElL\L to the INS.
REIIs than any other conpar, and will
even:ually becoie PlELY MUTUAL and
belong to the INSURERS.
2d. It circulates its money amongst it.
patrons, who are the instrers. (oase
diuen:y thry are continuilly gertirg tie
benefiT. of the rapid aceumatiations of the
'ompanV, the money beitig invested by
the Board of Direc'or. among-st the in
=urers. Therc!ore the insurers are build
mn up an initlunion peculiarly their own
andt( condutedi for th'i r henefit
srd. The loans of this comipanyt are as~ lIh
--ral as other comipamres who declare divi
lends at the cud of~ the secoid, third and
fourth years, but this Companyv at thre emn
of tIhe first andI every year. Tner"by tihe
ins"rer saves several years' in rrest ont hiis
lostis by insmtittg in 'Ihis Gomipany, and h.
niever loseus ihis mioney iit he pays uptfor ONE
WiiOLE YE.\R; wheirens, in orter compa-.
nies, he htas to retmain an in-urer for ser
eral yeasrs, or he loses all the nmoney he ha,
D)AVlD n. C;L.\RK. President.
TfilS. II. WYNNE, Vice-Prer,ident.
Genteraul .\A.!-IS 1. L.\NE, Actuary.
Di.F. B. WATi INS, Melci ) ~ r
Dr. C.1I1. W. DA'VIS, 31dclAd.ies
.Jn:gie Jt)llN A. Y31ERED)ITHI, Counsellor
J. B. WINSTON. Tfreasurer and Sectar'
Rt. F. & IP. R. R.
W.M. .1. JTOlINSON, of Johnson & IIunr.
W3M. II. POW ElS, ofI Winston & Powers.
ALBERT (.IRDWAY, Treasuirer Bucking
hamtt S-tate Com:panv.
CIIA RLE:S T. M10RIIIS, Mforris & Co.'s Sn
1;. A. PEPLE, Sup1erintendtent Manchester
Cot ton .i ilks
JOH N II. TY LER, John II. & John Tyler,
SMOSES 311L Lll?ER, Wholesale Dry Goods.
TH!OMAS S. BA Ll)WI, Clotrhier.
.Ji lhN M. GODIN, Cashie.r PIlanters' Bank.
J. Rt. DOWElLL Supe rintemileut Wes-err
Union Tele raph Comupany.
ALEX. G. loBi TSON, Cattle Broker.
GEOI:GE I. IllN, WhIolesale Grocer
Rt. L. ]BRt)WN, of Brown, Jones & Go
A. BDF.l)K EL R,)ruist.
S. 31. I~SoENIA U1, of '. & M. Rosenbaumn
Equality Life Insurance Co
Examine its Pamph!cts before you insure, it
is to your interest to do so.
Printi;id Olhie 1015 h!in Street, Milmoud, h
AGENTS WANTED EVERYwtHERE.
.JOllN A. CIIAP'MAN, Dn. .JAS. McINyOSII
Lotcal Agent. Examitnitig P'hysiciani
kEENJ. G. HEEIOT, Gen. Travelling A(t.
Charleston, s. C
Sep. 22 37 ly.
IPOR~TANT TO FARMERS,
And all People living in the Country.
GRtEAT DISyrIIllUry[oN OF
The great New York Agricultural, Ilorti
cnltural, and genteral Family Paper, the RU
RAL AItERICAN, is FRE.E to January next!
NO other puaper of its class is so ltarge, nor sc
cheap, nor so practical. It contamins doubl<
the reeling matter ths.t can he found Iti
other similar publications, for the came pricE
-only $1.50 a year singly, and $1 00 it
Clubs! A new volume- mec fourteenth-be
gins January 1st, 157.; and its subscriber.:
will receive gratuitously the most magnifi
cent distribution of elegant First-Class Sewr
ing Machines, Eight-day Clocks, r-olid Gold,
and other Watches, ever before offered I Chut
Agents are wanted everywhere, as the p epet
is National, and circula:es in all the States
and Territories. The general Premium List
is more liheral than wa., ever before offered~
by any publisher i the United States. A
spleatdnd $40 Sewing :ilachine, (really worth
$010,) is offered FREE for a Club that can be
obtrained anywhere in three days I Magnifi
cent Eigh twiny Clock-r, worth $15, for a Club
that may be got up in one day; with solid
gold arid other Watches, &c., at similar
rates! Now is the titne for Club Agents te
commence th.-ir lists, so) as to receive the pa
per FREE for the balance of the year. Wi
invite all persons wanting the best and cheap.
est rural paper in existence to send $1.50 tc
us, and receive it from-now to January 1871
or to send for a sample copy, which will be
sent FREE.-Club Agenits supplied With
specimens, Premium Lists, &c.
GREAT FREMIUNS FOR EARLY CLUBS.
For only ten subscribers, at $1 each, sen
in before tlLe 1st of January next, we wil
sendi the Club Agent, FREE, a copy of th(
Rtural American, one year, and acopy of th
New York Weekly Sun, one year, the bes
paper publishred, not partizan In politics
[his offer, for two or three hour-i work only
is the most iiberal ever before otfered in th
history of the rural press.
N. B-A fter January 1st. Twelve subhscri
bers at $1 will he ruired to entitle tIh
Agent to ther above Premium<.
M'dress, C. F. MINER & Co.. New Brunns
The Bee-Keeper's Journal
Have been consolidated,
and removed from Cleve
'land,Ohio, and Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, to NewYork
City. The two journals in
one is now a large illustra
ted, double quarto, eight page paper, contain
ing Five different departments, viz: Bee
Keeping, Agriculture, Home and Fireside,
Ladies' and Youths' Departments, making
it the cheapest and best family paper in Amer
icea, for only Si a year. Edited by Homer
A. King, Ellen S. Tupper, and James M.
Kneater, and published by H. A. King & Co.,
37 Park Itow, New York, who send one sam
ple copy free, to every applicant and to all
enterprising lBee-Keepers. "Iiints to Bee
Keepers," a practical Pamphlet of 32 pages,
in neat pink covers, (Seventh Edition, and
19,000), sent post paid for 10 cents; also an
thors of "The Bee-Keepcr's Text Book,''
which has reached its Ninth Edition, and
T wenty-Second Thousand, having ran Eight
Editions of 10,000 copies in le- .aan three
years; sent post-paid, neatly l,ound in red
muslin 75 cents, in paper cover, only 40 etr
or one copy sent free to every new subscriber'
to the two papers, in the following liberal
The undersigned, in order to favor our
readers, and increase the circulatio s of the
Herald, have made arrangements with the
above firm to send the Bee-Keeper's Journal
and National Agriculturist, and the Herald,
both one year, for S3 65, and send a copy o'
the work 'Hints to Bee-Keeper's," and 'The
Keeper's Text Book," FREE to each subsCriv
her. We hope our friends will show thi,
liberal offer to their bee-keeping neighbors,
and send to the above firm for a:sample copy
but to avail yourselves of this offer, the mon
ey and names of sub'cribers must be sent to'
T. F. & It. II. (;RENEKEEZ,
Feb 25 tf Newberry, S. C!,
SUBSCRIBE TO THE
Full of Choice Reading, Comicaliltles,
Puzzles, Enigmas, &c., &c.
5) cents per annum in adeance.
PulAlhled tit Chlarleston. S. C.,.
F. E-GENE DURREC.
Addrece as above, with name and resi
dence plainly written, or to Messrs.
.B-OINEST & 3l.\TIN.
At .ENTS MoNTULY ISITOR.
.June S, C-tf.
Don't, Don'11! Don't Do it!!
Do not forget that Wrod's lionsehold Maga
-ieackonwliged to be the Largest and Bess
J),':/'r Monthly in the World.
Do not erget t'.at mere money's worth is giv
en in 'renmi.'n= for new Subscribers to Woods
liuseholr m.ag.ine, than for any other publi
cation in the world.
Do not forget that six Ti'irdred Dollars will
b. aw: ded mR .ln. fo ix P''ze Stories to Co
published in Wud's llousehlod M:.azine.
Lastly, but not leastly do not forget that
89' 1'rize., worth fr .ni 1.50 to $i00 in green
bac'cs. have j:st been aw,ried to subscribers and
agents for Wood's Iiousehold Magazine; and
th.t similar prizes are to be repeated tri-annual
ly. No lottery nor humbu-r. The publication is
in its sixth volunne. For two specimen copies
antd catalogue olpri-miums. enclae 10 cents. and
addre=s S. S. WOOD. Newburgh. N.Y.
Don't fail to ask your newr-dealer for a .epy..
DiON'T ! DON'T !! DON'T !!!
.A Splendid Chance,
Anl Extraordinary- Offer,
Don't Delay, Send at once.
TilE L E IN G1CLTUML 1ME L
OF THE COUNTRY,
FREE FOR ONE YE AR.
THE AMERICAN &ToCE .IOUnNrAL.-A fir'st
class mon'.hly, containing 32 large double
column pages detvote.l to Farming and Stock
Breeding, containirg re-gulnr <department.
for the Practienl Fa'ner, Dairyman, Stock
lireeder, Wool Grower, and P. ul.try- Kepe,
&c , &c.. &c. Illit rated with numerous fine
Ergavings and bound in handwbomely :inted
covers. Fa-mers will tind this monthly a
very eflcient aid in aill the departments of'
Farming and tock Breeding. It has a Veto
rinatry D)epatrtment under the ebarge of one
of the ablest P'rofe--or- in the United States,
who ans wers through the .J ornYA L, free of'
charge, all questiotns relating > Sick, Injured
or D)i-eased I!orses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine or
l'oultrv. Thus ev-ery Subscriber has a llorse
and Cattle Docto. FRE..
We aire now prepared to offer the AMER!
CANt SToCK JoURNAL as a FntEE GIFT for
one youtr, to A LL NE.W sVnscalsEns (or re
niewals) to tbM Newherry IWEnxLD.who shallP
subscribe immediately and pay in advance..
[his is a rare opportunity which the intelli-.
gent people of our section will no doubt duly
-appreciate. Ilemd itn your subscriptions at.
once and secture The STOCK JoUfaxAL free
for one year.
T. F. & Rl. HI. GRENEKE&
Nov 17, 45-6mn
EvE:RT F.MTTLT should take at le5tik
ONE Generat Newspaper besides their couunir
paper, "every time.' It should be
MU sT VARIED,
and T IlE CliIEA PEST,
$3, $3, $3, $3, $3, $3, .3.
Thrcc D)ollars pays for one ycar's subscrip-.
S1, S1, S1, Si, S1, 51. -
One dollar for four months to the
Mobile Weekly Register,
The Oldest, Largest, and best known of
Southern family journals.
lHon. JltilN Ft tlSYTif, Editor-in-Chief.
It employs the best talent in the country.
Its Stories are the most entertaining.
Its Poetry the most brilliant.
Its Correspondence is from all important.
Its Telegraphic Summary is a compleae
h istory of? the week.
Its~ Commercial IReview and Pifes Current
every Merchaat and Pianter needs-it is cor-.
its Agricultural Departm'ent is most full
Edited br Hn. C. C. LA N(;lON.
Its Pofhini'- AL.WAYs DEMI CRATIC and
It has been published uninterruptedly for
Haif a Century.
It has double the circulation of any ,ee
in the Southern States.
Subscribe for the MOBILE WBEKLT I& -
lsTE, 1 year 53.00-d months $1.00.
Get your neighbors to join you. Caubs - I
four one year 510 00-take it four months
trial-send 51.00. Specimen copy free.
Address, W. D). MANN,
Prop. Register. Mobile, Ala.
.Tune 15, 24-tf.
A SPLENDID CHANCE TO COM-.
B PINE THE Ec,NOMICAL: TillE USEFrL!I
TillE ENIERTalNIN(; AND rilE BSEAUTI
FUtL:!! We have arranged to furmish the Nsew
berry Herald and Demorcst's lilustrated Month
ly, the Modei Par-or Magazine of America, for
emj-oe all Mlonthly Magazine contains the es.
- entialehof ll te including the utilities of the
llueodand llome interests in all its depart
The only Rteliable Ftshioms in all their details.
The beaunties and utilitika of Literature. Poetry,
Sketches. Sto ries. Music, and every branch of en
:ertaining and a-eful reading calculated to en
liven, and elev te society and make our homes
cheerful. attractive. n-'ful. and happy: with a
large and ma;gnificent Steel EngravIng. 28 by36
iniches. ent.tled "The P'ic-nic on the Fourt of
July.' valued at $1. to each substter as a
'I he en"raving is'all done in line and stipple,
from the original ptainting by Lely MI. Spencer,
and. b,esides the cop..r:ghtr. cost over seven thou
sndl dollars. and is acknowledg'ed by artista to
be the mnost l>erfect a- d beautiful arge ergraving
evern ..--,i in this countrv. Certaintly Slt Will
no.-.:mtttber tl:ai comiilues ao) mutch in
te .' c --nts ftor mailinig the en
. gr in 5. .uny thcruoction.