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THE FUTURE LIFE.
rs' How shAll I know thee in the sphere wl.ich ne
a The disembodied spirits of the dead, em
When all of thee th4t tinie could wither
And perishes among the dust we tread U
C For shall I feel the sting of ceaseless pain,
a If there I meet thy gentle spirit not;
Nor hear the voice I love, nor read again
In thy serenest eyes a tender thought? Gu
Will not thine own meek heart demand me
That heart whose fondest throb to me lin
was given? cur
My name on earth was ever in thy prayer, Ho
And wilt thou never utter it in heaven ? Ins
In meadows f.nned by heaven's life-breath- I
ing wind, sys
In the resplendence of that glorious bu
And larger movements of the unfettered on
Wilt thou forget the love that joined us the
Tho love that lived through all the stormy t
And meekly with my harsher nature bore, asi
And deeper grew, the tenderer to the last
Shall it expire with life and be no more ?
A happier lot than mine, and larger light, Pr'
Await thee there, for thou hast bowed de
In cheerful homage to the rule of right, Bil
And lovest all and renderest good for ill.
For me the sordid cares in which I dwell dol
Shrink and consume my heart as heat a the(
And wrath has left its scar-that fire of In
Has left its frightful scar upon my soul. am
Yet though thou wear'st the glory of the
Wilt thou rot keep the same beloved
The same fair, thoughtful brow and gentle
Love'ier in heaven's sweet climate, yet
the same? wV:
Shalt thou not teach me, in that calmer B.
The wisdom that I learned so ill in this- Cal
The wisdom which is love-till I become A.
Thy fit companion in that la:d of bliss?
A PLUCKY WOMAN-RAID UPON ull
A LIQUOR SELLER.-In a neigh- pec
boring town, a few weeks ago, a I
lady, whose husband was unfor- era
tunately, addicted to the habit of r g;
drinking, took it upon herself to w,
visit the place where her liege lord M.
got the means of his ruin for the
purpose of putting a stop toit
aesofar as her family was con- T
ere.She went into the bar
room with a stick in her hand,
and using it with vigor upon the F
head and shoulders of the dealer in To
liquor, soon caused him to beat a i
retreat. She then broke a decan
ter on the counter, smashed the
lamp overhead, in her wrath and .U
fury knocked the windows, sash and
all, out of the room, and played ~
smiash generally. A number of Am
gentlemen who were in the bar
room at the time "retired in good rm
order," seemingly apprehensive *
that their turn might come next. e
The injured wife and mother, after tion
beardi&g the lion in his den, and ",
'wreaking he? venlgeanee upon the At
implements of his trade, quietly c.F9
retired to her home, no one of- -
ferring any resistance to her. Gri
The strangest part of the whole
story is yet to b-> told. The con
duct of this plucky woman was
endorsed by the good people of the
town generally, so that no legal O
steps were taken to punish this in- Inp
fraction of a liquor seller's rights. ra
We mention no names, lest iltaR
should bring U. S. troops to look Le
after one of the Southern female -:
K. K.'s.-Rockingham Regi.ster.u
ANoTnca K. K. MANIFEsTO.-The ful
lowing document ,(says the Sumter Less
Watchman) was found on our desk,
yesterday morning, as we entered our
office. How it got there i.<, to us --in all"
good faith and honesty-a profoundM
'K. K. K. s
59th Division. S.
[Order No 13.].y
Recently several anonymous letters seng
have been picked up-so caled-and leavi
circulated as genuine by the finder. Lesi
Such is false. All orders emanating Arri
fenm this order will be executed. Coun- Le"i
terfeits had best beware. If they are iear
known they will suffer, especially if they Arri
poesist in misrepresenting the intention aa
*f.our order. Tb
Good citizens of any racee or color will
be respected and protected. ua
By order. 0. K. m
Q. Z., Secretary. Grand C hief
The Reverend Joshua Billings, an c. Iays
centric and shrewd, but illi a rate preach- ArrI,
er, says: . Ar:m
Men, if they are not ton lazy, live Ti
somnetimes till they are eighty, and de. taTr
stroy the time a good deal as follows: forsi
The first thirty years they spend throw.
.ng stones at a mnart., the second thirty S.
years they spend in esaaning the mark Cha
to see where the stones hit, and the re
mainder is divided in cursing the stone.
throwing business and nur-sing the rbeu- O~
He wpight add that too many young
me of our day begin searebing for the Au
maarkt at twenty-flve, and get to the curs- Win
ing part in ten years more, substituting ches
for the rheumatism, iS that is not con- Caia
venient, anything else thesy happen to
A SM.LL Aress.-One of the Sa
viour's most delightful discourses, second Ut
only to the sermon on the Mount, is that (al
delivered at Jacob's well to but one on 2
ltstener--and that one a poor. despised, Rich
Samiaritan woman. It encourages theda
heart of a minister, of course, to be able (eor
to preach to multitudes-often it fosters P
vanity and pride. Rut let him not count anl p
it condescension, when the occasion calls
for it, to speak tho truths of the gospel ~
to solitary listeners, or to "two or three," "N
gathered together in the name of Jesus.
For, he that converteth bnt one siuner
from the error of his way, saces a soul any
from death, and hides a multitude of local
o:.. . - - ,,,. .,.. . - ;n, 1~ 1.- be at
rhe newest bonnet is called the
ongress." Fashionable milli
rs say a new style comes out
ry two hours.
7HE COTTON STATES
e Insurance Company,
GENERAL OFFICE AT
aranteed Capital, $5,000,0009,
which $1,000,0() is deposited, as re
red byr tie Charter, with State authori.
of G.-orgia, and A50,000 in South Caro
i, Under act of Legisl sture, for the se- s
ity of policy-holder4.
'lie u<iness of this strictly Southern and si
me Company is confined by law to Life
urance alone. Policies issued on all the e
irored mutual plans. S<
'ie Company has also added the Tontine
tern (of dividend) to its other plans. C
0 per cent. of protits on the niutua'
iness divided annually among all the
tual Policy-holders, without excepti--n $
-third loin on premiums given when
ired-the interest to be provided for by
Company out of the dividends. Notes
premium not required.
Where all cash is paid policies may be
ne self-sus,;iing, or pay out by the ope- M
ions of dividends, and where loans are
nted the cash payments do not i:.ere se,
n some other compaiies that gr.int. loans. u
Non-participating policies granted at
atly reduced ratt-s.
niple provimin apinzt forfeiture of
icies in the exp:essed terms of the con
ct, and rights of policy holders clearly
ined in policies.
Ke ol'er the people of the State the same
Licial security as Northern Mutual Com
ties, the accurmulating premiums of the a
ured, and in addition thereto a capital
rnmencing with $5,000,000. Millions of
lars annually have hitherto been lost to
active circulation of the South in pay- .
it of premiums in Northern Companies. .
the benefits there we can never share on.
.al terms. Let us thenzi sustain our own
e enterprise and thus keep our money
I the profits at home.
OYMer AT MACON, GFOrIA.
af. IB. JOllNSTON...............President.
A1. S. H1 r..........................Vice-President.
AO. S. OMWtlEAR ................. Secretary.
HN W. BURKE ..................General Agent.
J. 31AGIL.....Superiutendent of Agencie-.
VISOrY BOAnD OF POLICY TIOLDERS Noi Tit
AND SO'TIH CARtOLIN.t.
eneral Richard 11. Anderson. Sumter. Presi
it; Col. Jas. i1. Rion, Winnsboro'; Col. Wn.
illace. i olumbia: Dr. Samuel W. Bookhart.
rfield; l. J13as. Farrow, 6partanburg; Col.
W. Ball. Laurens: Co(. J. G. Gibbes, Colum- ]
: Capt. Samuel Stradley, Greenville: Gen. E.
Law. Yorkville: Gen. John D. Kennedy,
aden; .1. If. Kinard. Columbia; Tbeo. D.
ry. ofW in. C. Bee & Co., Charleston; Maj.
J. Shaw. Marion, &c.
his Board to be increased to thirty members
7he Cotton States Company is a Georgia h
I South Carolina Enterprise, and is now
y identified with the interests of our
'his State is ably repre.-nnted in the gen
I nanagcieut by South Gjrolina Direc
t LAVAL & ABNEY, C
teral Agents for North & South Carolina. o
E. J. LAVAL, Offiee: Colnibbia.S. C. El
W. Ar.:Y, M. D., of Edgefield. F
an. 4, 'i1, 1-1y. P
IE OJl.RLEfON LiE E
'reight and Passengers,
and from BALTDIORE, PHILADEL
HIlA, NEW YORK, BOSTON, and
all the New England Manufac- L
THREE TIMES A WEEK,
,SDAYS, fIIURS5DAYS and SATURDAYS.
a from Newberry, - - 8 25.50
EE BOUTH CAROLINA R&ILROAD co.,(
Sconnecting Roade West. ina alliance with
Fleoet of Thirtieen First-Class Steamships to
above Ports. invite aittention to the Q4uick .
e and Regular Diepatchr rl'orded to the bush- S
public iu the Cotton States at the
PORT OF CHA'RLESTON.
ering facilities of Rail and Sea Transporta
for Freight and P'as.engers not equalled In
lhence and capacity at any other l'ort.
B. PICKENS, Gen. Passenger and Ticket
,S. C. Railroad.
). H. BA RN WELL, Gen. Freight Agt., S.
Rt. Apr. 12. 15-tf A
~enville & Columbia Railroad, 'I
-(oLmBarA. S. C.. March 1. 1S71.
and after Wednesday. March 1, the follow
ichedule will be run daily. Sundays ex
id. connectin.: with Night Trains on South -
lina Rtoad. up and down, also with Trains
KSouth on Charlotte, Columbia and Augue- '
e Columbia................... 7.00 a m
Alston.............. ........ 9.10 a m
Newberry.................11.15 a m
Cokesbury................. 300p m
Belton.... . ...............5.00 p m
Greenville,................ 6.30 p m
e Grerniville.................. 6.1.5 a m
Itelton..................... 805a m
Cokesbuiry....................10 07 a m
Abbeville.... ....,...,....s.15 a m
Newberry. .....,........1.50 p m
Aiston.....................4 05p m
re Columbia................. 5.55 p m
Tli0s. DOPDA3EAtD. Gen'l Supt.
T. -SARTLETrr, G;eneral Ticket Agent.
1111 Carolina RaIlroad Company,
COL.UMIBIA. S. C.. January 19,1871. ||
and after SUND AY. tihe 22d Instant, Pas
rr Trains upon this lRoad will arrive and
Tn: ma No. 1.
e Charleton at............ .... .2 a m
re at Columbia a;................... 340p m
e Columbia at..................1215 p m A
re at Charleston at................. 7.50 p m
e Camden, Sundays excepted, at... 9 S a m
resat Kingville at................. 1.20 p m
e Kingrille. Sundays excepted, at.. 2.30 p m
re at Camden at................ 6.0 p m Pe
e above Trains run in connection with Wil- en
rton, Columbia and Augusta Ritilroad, con- Pr
og with Trains for Wilmington. North Caro
and with Trains for Au ta, Georgia
in clo'se connections with 'ight Trains of
gana Railroad and Central Railroad, for all
: South and West.
TRAr X ->.2---NmOrrT Ezas.
SuLda.y Night excepted.
e Charlest . u......................710pm -
re at Columbia at...............00 a m -
e Columbia at...............7...50 pm m
re at (lharleston at..............6.4.5 a m
Ls frain runs in connection with Up Augus
aine, making close connection with Georgia
-oa'i aud Uenitral Railroad Morning Trains,
ii poht.ts South and West.
A . I,. T YL ER. Vice-President.
It. PICK ENt. General Ticket Agent.
riotte. Columbia & .Augusta R. B.
SUPER TNTENDENT'S OFFICE.
CoLtUMrKA, S C.. .January 17, 1871.
and after Srx D)AY,. January 22, the P'as- Ha
r trains over this fload will run ars follows:
Iso NORT9. No. 2. No. 1.
ARRIVE. LEAV'E. ARRIVE. LE'A YR.
sta 6.00 pm 8.00 am 4
mbla 1105 pm 11 21pm 1251 pm 1.0.3 pm
nboro 1.25 am 1.27 am 3.17 pm 3.37 pm Ca
tar 2.56 am 3 ouam 5.07 pm 5.10 pm
lotte 5.30 am 7 3'ipm fo
eo Soura, No. 1. No. 2. cal
ARRIvE. LEAVE. AREIVE. LEAVE.
sta 7 45pm 7.3'iam
mnbia 2 1a pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
nsboro11 55 a1i.5%am 1l35 pm 11..8Spm
ter 10.2 inm 1".23 am 1l 27 pm 1 3 pm (
lotte S 0Oam S.1l pm
ing North.-PRoth No.1I and 2 make close
connections at Charlotte for New Y ork and
>ints North anid Ea-t. l'asengers leaving D
on S ATi' A YS, will ley over 12 hours at
ing Sonth.-lioth Nos. 1 and 2 make chose
connections at Augusta with trains of the
gia and (Central Gecorgia Roads, for all
s South. South-west end West.
rough Trickets sold, and Baggage checked to
J. M. SELIILK. Sapt.
R. DoEaBs, General TiCket Agent.
Columbia, S. C.,
is pleasantly located Hotel, unsurpassed by I
Rouse in the South for comfort and healthy
ity, is now open to Travelers and others'
ng accommodation. Families can be fur
d with nice. airy rooms on ressor.alle
m. "A call is s-oicited.'' My ocmnibus wDi
te diTerent depots
.; 4AIA I,. W IG1* lIT I31
& W, C, SWAFFIELD'S.
VE have now in store a very large
ock of the above goods, and we as
ire our customers that we have nev
before been enabl--d to offer them
CIIOICE A SELECTION OF
001)S, at such low prices.
We have good All Wool SUITS at
15, suitable for any business man.
We have a very large stook, and
-e are determined to undersell any
ther dealers, as our facilities enable
s to do so.
Lre decided to be the bnt fitting
Ve make the finest custom garments
ade in this State. Call and examine.
R, & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Apr. 5, 14-tf. COLUMBIA, S. C.
[E C 8APEST STORE
WE beg to offer to the people of NEW
ERRY and LAURENS the
dARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
in the UP COUNTRY, at
OWER PRICES than
Our heavy sales in the past four months,
consequenice of having put prices so low,
is c.aused us to make a determined eflort
DOUBLE our SALES at
IALF the PROFITS.
We handle lare quantities of CORN, BA
ON and FLOUR, and WILL make prices
,a these goods LGWER than any house in
jig Country. We also make a specialty of
OES. and offer a stock of 400 Doz. at
RICES THAT CANNOT BE COMPETED.
mnd for prtices and see if we will not
AVE Your MONEY.
ALL KINDS OF
.ORICK & LOWRANCE,
C OL U MBI A, S. C.
Mar. 20, 13-3.a
. F. JACKSON'S
LARGE, BEAUTIFUL AND C!hEAP
~OCK of SPRING and SUMMER
e now readv FOR SXLE. And all CUS
)M ERS will he SURE OF BARGAINS as
e Stock will bC sold at
VERY SMALL PROFITS.
C. F JACKSON,
Main Street, COLUMI3IA, S. C.
A pr. 5, 14--tf.
3mpete sets from $3 to $20 per set.
'l the different kinds at reduced prices.
)f every description.
or ladies and gentlemen.
OREICN FANCY COODS.
UNS AND PISTOLS OF
LL KINDS AND PRICES.
SPOR TSM EN'S COODS.
oods shipped to any part of the country
express. The same careful attention gfr
to orders by mall as to resonal purchasus.
cesn for our goods bae on gold at par.
POUTLTNEY. TRIIIULE & 00.,
200 W. Baltimore Street,
lpr 5, 14-Iy. __________
MIYES & MIRlTIN
ring removed from their old stand, to
mmodious New Brick Store,
I attention to their increased facilities
the transaction of business, and inv .a
from their friends and cuzstomera.
Lheir stock consists of all grades of
ROPE, TIES, &c., &c.
MAYES & MARTIN.
o. 23, 47-tf..
300 lbs. Bluestone,
For sale by
SIGN OF MA3DIOTH CLOCK.
(Under Columbia Hotel,)
COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
AGENT FORI - WARRAWD
THE e TO GIVE
and dealer in
W A T C II E S
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
FANCY A RTILES,
And everything usually kept in a first
class Jewelry Store.
All orders promptly and satisfacto
rily attended to.
Feb 157 sf
11.J. R. THOMPSON,
(Successor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Pool's store, on Main
All the old business left unfnished will be
completed on the terms as before arranged, 1
and everything done in the best manner and
warranted. The patronage o the public Is
Dee. 8, 48-tf.
A. P. PIFER, X. A., Principal.
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: : Assistant.
Prof. F. W RBEER, : Musical Dep't.
THE next session of this SCHOOL will
begin on TUESDAY, THE THIRD (:d) OF
Tuition-From $10 to $20 per half session
of 5 months. Music and Modern Languages
Instiuction given ir. all the branches
usually taught in Female Schools of the
Pupils from a dietancc can obtain board I
in good private families at about $15 per
Pupils will he charged from the date of
entrance, and no reduction will be made
except in caes of protracted illness. -
N B. The Tuition fees must be paid in
For particulars apply to
COlE. S. FAIR,
Pres't Board Truistees, or
S. P. BOOZERl, E.q., Sec.
Jan. 4, 1-t f.
The undersigned in offering the
to the P1..tcrs of Newberry, feel con
fident that its que!ty is fully equal to
the be4 Fertilizers now manuifactured.
This being the first year of its s:!.
they cannot furnish any te imionials
of its inerits; but feel assured thna.
when once fully tried. it will become
the favorite fertilizer in the South. ti
Planters are requested to send in d
their orders as promptly as possible. t<
Mayes & Martin, 2'
Agents at Newberry. S. C. ?
Feb 157i tf 1
MACQUEEN & RIECKE, I
PIOVISION & PRODUCE~
ave constantly on hand and receiving s<
Bacon, Dry Salted Meats, Pork,
Lard, Beef, Flour, Sugar, y
Molasses, &c. e
Purchasers are regnested to examine their
21 and 23 VENDUE RANGE, o
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8.--6, p
E.& H.T. ANTHIONY &co., fi
591 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, d
nvte the attention of the Trade~ to their ex
tensive assortment o,f the above goods, of f
their own publication, manut'acture and, 1m
?OTO LANTERN SLIDES,
EW VIEWS OF YOSEMITE.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY &CO., _
591 BROADwAY. NEW YORK,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel,
IMPORTERS AN~D MANUFAeTUREs OF )
Mar. 15, 11-3m.
HAING relinquished the Agency of the
sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Comn
sn of Charleston, S. C., and Capt. W. H. A
Webb having been appointed in my place.
Farmers and Planters who use those jnstly -
xpular Etiwan Fertilizers, will find an am
le spply by calling on Capt. Webb.
G. T. SCOTT.
Ne wberry, Dec. 13, 1870.
I have now on han eighty Tons of Etian ~
2. 2, and twenty Tons of the No. 1, and
aill keep constantly supplied with these o:
,opular fertillizers. Farmers wHll do well a:
o lay in what they want at once.
W. H. WEBB.
r cc 1 i, .5 _,-t
PAT. H. DUCKETT,
AN I N D. LOCKSMITII,
CAN be fonn'i at Carolina Manufacturing
onpany's Tin and Store Shop, with a com0
)lete stock of
INS, PISTOLS & MITERIAL I
n his line, and will REPAIR Gunp, Pis
os, all kinds of Locks, Uibrello, Para
ole, Castors, &c.
By doing good work at modorate prices,
nd being punctual to my 'blsiness, I hope
o receive a liberal patronaze.
PAT. H1. DUCKETT.
Mar. 1, 9-tf.
R. C. WISKEMAN,L
NEWBERRY, S. C.
DEALER IN ti
TUANOS, GRAIN, HAY, f
ETC., ETC. 0
Mar. 29, 13-Sm. a
W. L. GOURDINE, I
?ASIIIONABLE TAILOR ,
FROM CHARLESTON. n
Respectfully innounces that he is al
>repared to cut and fit gentlemen's
uits to their entire satisfaction. Hav
ng had a large experience in the tail- i
ring business, and being constantly tr
lpplied with the latest New York '
fashions. he feels no hesitancy in ask
Ug for patronage. Work promptly y
elivered. Terms moderate.
o making sack coat..................,4 00 %
o cut and make pants................2 00 al
o cut and make vest.................. 2 00
o cut and make walking coat......... 500 1
7o cut and make fine black frock coat.. 8 00
o cut snit of clothes.................. 1 00
April 5. T
A LARGE ARRIIIAL r
Of the Most Approved 1
Which we will sell on the most
We invite an exam ination of then,
oth as to character and price.
R. MOORMAN & CO.
agon Making, Repairing,&c.
TIE undersigned has operied a shop,
all a mile from lena, (on G. & C. R. R.,)
t Judge Lake's place, where he is pieparcd
o Shoe Horses, Lay Plows, Make and Re
air Wagons, and do any kind of Wood
Vork, either Agricultural, Mill or Domesticj
Vork. He will also repair Gotton Gins.
hoeing a Horse................. 1.20
ayinug a Plow (owner furnishing iron,) 40
""(lhe furnishing iron,)... 4.5
Hloise Wagon with body.........115.00)
"i " withouit b,odu....100.00
All other work In proportion.
All that is asked ie a share of his friends' (
atronage. (Call and see.
STEP'HEN F. E. GRL1BER.
FOR TIlE CURtE OF
lyspepsia, Agiie and Fever,
Billious Diseases, Gene
ral Debility, and all
Impurity of the I
It excites ,,althy appetite, invigorates
e Digestive Organt-, a devoid of all that
~eadful poison-Fusil Ozi, .d imparts a
ost agreeable, warming, and coru;.'l effect
the Stomach. It exhilarates the spirits,
~lieves pain, and is most wonderlully effi.
eions in all debilities and irregularities of
emales. It will prove a positive preventive
Sall MAL ARIAL CONTAMINATION.
KOT TE & TARRANT,
Manufacturers and.Sole Proprietors,
NEWBERRY, S. C. w
Mar. 15, l1- tf. t
Sewing Machines. C
HEREAFTER these valuable machines,
>necessary to the comfort of every family,
i be kept for sale at the Bookstore.
rarranted to give satisfaction. Call and
Subsrptlona received to all the Ladies'
agzir.cs, viz: Godey, Frank Leslie, Demi
-est, Peterson, Lady's Friend, Die Moden
elt, and others. Subscribe at once.
Any book that may be wanted by an'y
irson, if not on hand, will be proeured and
Id at Publisher's prices. At the Book
ore, Newberry. is
JOHN A. CHAPMAN. all
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
TTENTION PLANTER& -
I WOULD call attention to the a
t of my having a large and comnmo- in
~ous WAREIIOUSE, and will be
ased to store
otton, Guanos and
n as reasonable terms as any one.
W. H. WEBB.
Dec. 14, 50--tf.
WM. J LAKE, a
nsurance Agent, 9
NEWBERRY, s. C. B
AGENT FOR THlE
'edmont & Arlington Life
ssets over : 2.000,000
nnual Income ::: 1.300.000
Isures against death from all causes.
WM. J. L AKE,
Newberry, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8-tt.
ALL parties indebted to me by Mem
undumn Account. or in any other way, I
- requested to pay the same at once. mo
D. MOWER. lo
Coughs, Colds, &c.
ror the Speedy Relief
AND PERMANENT CURE OF
B RON CIII TI S,
AND ALL ttASIM 0F f113
.ungs, Chest, or Throat!
III MPIECTORANT is composed exclua.v e
ly of Herbal and MucilagiDoUs products.
?rmeate the very Substance of the Lungs,
iuing them to throw oir the acrid matter which
lects in the Bronchial Tubes, and at the same
me forms a soothin con ting. relieving theirri
tion wMich "rduces t le cough.
The'ob..ct top be obtaiined is to cleanse the or
n f all impuritie ; to nourish and rengthen
wh t aa beco e Impaired and enfeebled by
Mai-e; to renew and Invigorate the circulation
,Ithe blood. aud strengthen the nervous organi
Mton. The EXIPECTORIANT does this to an
toisihing degree. It id actii-e butt mild and
ngenia), imparting tunctional energ and nt
ral stretigth. It uffords Oxygen to vitalize4the
lood, and Nitrogen to assimilate the matter
t equalizes the "nervous Influence,"
roducing quiet and composure.
Is invaluable, as it immediately relieves the
fficult breathing and harassing cough which
tends that diseae.
fit a oppcific-one dose often relieving tit dis
edug cloking, and producing calm and pleas
o mother should ever be without a bottle of the
IPECTORANTin thehouse. Wehave nume
us certificates of Its having relieved, almost in
antly, the little sufferer, when death appeared
IOTHERS BE ADVISED!
Keep it on Hand I
his drend disesse requires prompt action; as.soon
ithe hoarse. hollow cough is heard, apply the
medy, and it is easily subdued;
BUT DEL.Y IS DANGEROUS!
01 The properties of the EXPFCTORAN
re demulcent. nutritive, baleamic. suothin, and
aling. Itt races thenervou ystem and pro
aces pleasaut and refreshing sleep.
r EXHILIRATES AND RELIEVES GLOOK
INESS AND DEPRESSION.
Containing all these 91"lities in a convenient
ad ccncentrated form it bwa proven to bet Ihe
lost Valuable Lung Balsam
rer offered to sufferers from rulmonary dis
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
old by Druggists everywhere.
Nov. 23, 4T-6m.
WE have now an elegant
100JTS, 8llOI8, &0,
Which we will
)ur terms from this date are
hereforc our prices will
orrespond with the times.
LBRAMS & METTSs
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
iyrups and Sugars.
Just received a beautiful
f. 0. Syrups and
For sale low at
W. H. WEBB'S.
Dec. 14. 50--tf.
We have a large lot of this highly
proved FFRTILIZER. which we
il1 sell on the most accommodating
rmns. Call on R. IOOIDIAN &
). ,--with whom it is stored--for
P, W. & R.S. CIffK.
Feb. 22. 8-tf.
A. A. KILLIAN,
ontractor and Builder,
Having located in the town of Newberry,
prepared to make CoNTRAcTS and do
id other JOBS in this line at REASON
BL,E PRICES, and in an EXPEDITIOUS
d SATISFACToRY manner. WYork taken
town or country and
Feb. 22, 8-3m.
[OOIMIN & SIJIIJMPRT,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The undersigned have formed a
>-partnership in the practice of the
tw. and can be found at their office
the building of the "Newberry
ink," front room, up stairs.
T HOMAS &'. MOORMAN,
OSBORNE L. SGCHWMPERT.
Feb. 22, 8--t f.
Suitable for well ropes.
For sale by
CUSTOM1ERS will take notice that
have a full supply of that good
ake of AXES on hand. and for sale
Money Cannot BUy It!
FOR SIGHT IS P11CELESS!!
The Diamond Glasses,
it E, SPENCER & Co., N, Y,
Which are now offered tothepublie. are pro
nounced bytol the oelebrated Opticiaus,
otheWor>d to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eye ever
They are round under their own supervision,
from m Inute Crystal Pebbles, melted toget ber,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
of their hardinees and brilliancy.
The Scientilc Principle E
On which they are constructed brings the core of
or centre of the lens directly in front of the eye,
prdcn lear and distinct vialon. as in the M
natural,healthy sight, and preventing all un- it
pleasant senmatione. such as glimmering and
wavering of sight, dizziness, &c., pecular to all fr
others in use. V
They are Mounted in the Finest Manner, fr
In frames of the best quality, of all mat*rials M
used for that purpose.
Their Filish and Durability
CA uTioN.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
Jeweler and Optician, is sole agent for D
NEWBEEEY, S. C., C
From whom they can only be obtained. These
goods are not supplied to Pedlers, at any price. D
Oct 5,40-1y. 10
Spring & SummerImportation
Millinery and Straw Goods,
ARMSTRONG, CATOR, & C0.,
7XPORTRRS AD JoBBR oI -
Bonnet, Trimming & Velvet Ribbons,
BONNET SILKS, SATINS and VELVEI,
Blonds, Netts, Crars, Ruches, Flowers, Feathers,
STEAW BONNETS AD LIDIES HATS, A
TRIXXED AND UNTRIMMED, m
SHAKER HOODS, &C. nr
237 and 239 BALTIMORE STBEET, er
BALTIMORE, MD- M
Offer the largest Stock to be found in this R
Country, and unequalled in choice variety th
and cheapness, comprising the latest Euro.
pean novelties. ra
Orders solisited, and prompt attention giv- el
en. Mar. 1, 9-3m. Se
L E.4 TIHE R,
On hand and for sale by
A pr. 6, 14--tf.
NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, is -
-w offered for sale on easy tcrms, at the
State A;nfcy, No. 197 King St. Charleston,
Silk, Thread, Needles na Machine Find
ings, of the best quality. Stitching dlone to.
order. General repairing executed. "fl
THE NEW MANUF.ACTRING MACHINE, i
Tailors and Boot Fitters, is the best In the g
Local and Traveling Agents Wanted.
Cireulars and Samples on application. Ai
Sewing Machine Agency! 2
197 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P. W. & K. 8. CHICK, Agents, All
NEWBERRY, 8. C.
Dee. 7, 40--'70-1y.
DR. E. C. JONES,
SURGEON DENTIST, el
NEWBERRY, S. C. _
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
front of Herald office.A
I take pleasure iu informing moy friends bad
and the public generally, that my dental EGo'
rooms are now open, and that I am pre- Ii
pared to execute all work in my profession desi
in the most approved manner. of~
I am determined to devote may enirec(.
time and energy to my profession. p
Jan. 12 2 if. are
The Columbia Ice House, is now open for '
the season, and prepared toe sell natural
Lake Ice, at from 1 to 14 cent. per pound,
according to quantity. This lee is far pre.
ferable to any manufactured, or prepared,0
by Chemical process.
JNO. D. BATEMAN, Agt.,
Mar. 22, 12-3m Columbia, S. C.
B. M. BLEASE is with Messrs. Ward k
ierson, and will be glad to see all of his .
Best b>rands of Ales, Wi.ies, Brandies, B(
Whiskies, Gin, &c., on band. Fancy Drinks,
&c., at all timhes.
For restoring Gray fiv, to
s natural Vitality andolor.
is at on0e
healthy, a l
hair is so.u A
to its of
ed, falling hair checked,
ss often, though not h
its use. Nothing can
ir where the follicles are
the le t hied and clm .
ak soeh as remain cangbe k e
efulness by this application.InaA
fouling t e hair with a i
ant, it will keep it clean i -
3 occasional use will prevent hr
em turning ga y or
wnequently preventbadss rs
)m those deleterioussu an 1il
ake some preprtos dangmd;as-aiW
jurious to the hair, the r-i i"
aly benefit but not harm it. M -iizieb
erely for a
>thing else can be found so &nhk
ontaning neither oil nor dye, is en'
)t soil white cambric, and vat sW'
ng on the hair, *v' it a* 'glbs
stre and a gatefl perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayert&C,
MC'IC.u AND ANALrnCAL &W-0
LOWEj, M AS
For sale by MUTrE w TMM 10
Sep. 7, '70-36-ly.
THE GREAT CAMl
at Published, in a Sealed Envelope. PNI
Lecture on the Nature, Treatment
idical Cure of Seminal Weakness, r
atorrbcea, induced by self abuse,
itary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Dip
lity, and Impediments to Marrage uM%
illy; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
ental and Physical Incapaciy, &c.-By
)BERT J. CULVERWELL, D.,A
nr of the '-Green Book," &c.
The world-renowned author, in this Admi.
ble Lecture, clearlI proves from his owa
perience that the awful consequeaees of
If Abuse may be effectually removed with
. medicines, and without dangerous sugS
I operations, bougies, instruments, rings,,
cordials, pointing out a mode of eare a;
ce certain and effectual by which evey
fferer, no matter what his condition may
,may cnre himself cheaply, privately, and
tically. This lecture will prove a boon to
tusands and thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope,.to any
dress, on receipt of six cents, or two poss
e stamps, by addressing the publishers. ~
Also. Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,
ice 25 cents.
address the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York.
sep. 7, 36-1y. Post-Oficee Box 4,586'
8k's Melallic eurial Ca83.
rIlE SUBSCRIBER has constantN~ dV
da full assortment of the above spyrdi'
tes, of different patterns, besides coffNdk
mis own make, all of which he is prepared
urmish at very reasonable rates, with
>mptness and despatch.
'erson' desirous of having eases sent by
road will have them sent free of charge.
i Hearse is always on hand and will be
nished at the rate of $10 per day.
Chankful for past patronage, the sub
iber respectfully asks for a continuation
:he same, and assures the public that
effort on his part a ill be spared to render
A. C. C HAPMAN
Tewberry S. C., July 81.
ash & Blinds.
'he snbscriber takes pleasure in annonc
to this community that, having made
reesanry arrangemenuts, he will be able
Lsh with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. OAPMAN,
et. 7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., S. C.
IPO RT ANT NO TICE
NSUMERS OF DRY GUOL8
Retail Orders amounting to $#
sod Over Delivered In any Part
of the Country
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
MILTON EASTER & SONS,
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
vder the better to meet the wants of theta'
all Customers at a distance, have established a.
SA MPL E BURE AU,
nsffal liesompes oftb Newest ad
t Fashionable Goods, of FRENCH. ENGO
HI and D)OMESIC MANUFACTURE.gur
aeing at all times to sell as low, If not a7less
es, than any house in the co--ntry.
brte t anufaturers in the dllrn ptsof
ope. and Importing the same by Steames di
to Baltimore, oorutook Isatall timesrmt
pplied with the novelties of the oa and
a we buy and sell only for cash, and make no.
debts, we are able and willing to sell ear
is at ase Tax o Frax Psa CaiT,.
red We kepte best gae faeyde
oods, from telowest to the moteostl.
dera unaccomp.ulen by thecash wIll aent.
RIOXPT-PAYING WHOLESALE BUER
invited to inspect the stock in car Jobbing
Package Department. Address
HAMILTON, EASTER & SONS,
7, 190, sel and 243 West Baltimnore Stret,
:i.28, 48-ty, Baltimose, Nd..
15 Barrels genuine
On hand and for sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
aee. 14, 50-tf.
CUSTOM made pegged CALF
)OTS. and warranted.
For sale by D. MOWER.
Nor. 2.3. 47-tf.