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Xte Lockhy has beer. "U'n4er the Stars,"
and ddfases their reflected light upon the
'Tw.4s on a cloudless summer night;
Tb moon three down her radiant light;
The river ran, a silver thread,
Beside the curving road that lad
Arotnd the hills:-with Itugh and song,
A merry crowd, we drove along.
Beside me sat-you know-a friend;
My gaze toward the stars did tend;
"How bright!" I said. He answered "Tef,
As bright as stars?" But, dear, you guess
That while for me the stars did shine
Iis eyes looked level into mine.
Jukt then, from blue moonlightcd space
A star droped ; all its shining race
L->oked after it and blinked away
In careless wonder: "Quick, I pr-ay,
Aud wish, before it falLs," I cried,
*-'e wished," he quietly replped.
Bat what he wished he would not tell,
Although I teaued him ;-"All the spell
Were broken if this night he told;
Bu hnagain the sciateredgc
Should Q,prinkle all the he.%venly blue
Ie'd tell me, and 'twould all come true."
And all the night the stars looked down
Ingnisitire, till morning's frown
Of Rngry red obscnred their light,
The d-ty slow passed; then came the night,
And out they rushed in haste, pell-mell,
To hear the wish he Lad to tell.
Rat all the night we dinced, till they
Grew pale and weary with delay;
And then, the fragrant fields between,
We homeward rode, 'nd all the scene
Was magical-our tones were low,
Our pace wag.coehow very slow.
"Your wisb!" I saiM,--an-R aTl the dew
Clung round us as if listening too;;
"31y wieh,"-the stars bett down to bear
-y -wisi was,-you might love we, dear."
The stars they must have flashed in glee,
For something blinded, dazzled me;
The silvery mists in their surpri4c;
They must have rushed into my eves,
For out of them rolled, crystal clear,
A somethiug very like a tear;
And just as he had said 'twould do,
His wish had, sure enou-h, come true.
A HoRRIBLE CASE.-Dr. Bunce,
of Glastonbury, has in charge a
horrible case. in the person of a
woman who seems destined, if
not soon cured, to illustrate in her
own person the shocking fate of
King Herod. The woman, who
is of a scrofulous habit and con
-ttitution, has been under treat
ment, for one ailment or another.
for a period ot twelve or fourteen
years. Recently an abscess ap
peared on the side of one leg, be
low one knee, and from it issued
za large live worm. Yesterday,
from another pamnful abscess on
hihor neck, just above the clavicle,
andther large and disgusting look
iag -worm with four feet came
'4ith. There is much pain and
somne swelling in the .patient's
.rigt; side. The Doctor is of op.
iniori that what has already been
-dev'eloped of these living in
.babitants of a living body is
*but= the beginning of what is to
f&How. He brought the exhibi
.r-ion of the case to this city.-llart
o~rd (Co.) Times.
-- A delegation from the South,
who called upon President Grant
at Long Branch, returned to~
Washington very mn.ch disgusted.
His iExcellency, it s',ems, refused
to see them, but gave them to un
derstand that his house at Long
.Branch was a private residence,
and that for official business they
must take their chances of catch
ing him in Washingtonl. The
delegation, it is understood,. came
from an impoverished portion of
the South, and had no presents to
offer. Nor was there any money
in their mission.
Of the Most Approved
Which we will sell on the most
We invite an examination of them,
both as to eharacter and price.
R. MXOORMAX .
W. L. GO4URDINE,
Rlespectfully announces that he is
prepared to cut and fit gentlemen s
suits to their entire satisfaction. Hav
ing~ had a large experience in the tail
oring business, and being constantly
supplied with the latest New York
Fashions, he feels no hesitancy in ask
ing for patronage. Work promptly
delivered. Terms moderate.
To making sack coat......-.-- 400
To cut and make pants............. 2 00
To cut and make vest............... 2 00
To cut and make walking coat.5..5 00
To cut and make fne black frock coat.. 8 00
- To cut snit of clothes............... 1 00
MY stock of the above goods is
Consisting of most all of the
OF THE SEASON,
And at somewhat
Than last year.
Give me a call and see for your
Agne and Fevere
The only preventive known for Chills and Fever
ib tbe uteof Wolie's Schiedam Schbapps.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Dyspepsia.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
rsa preventIve of Chills and Fever.
Wo761Je's Shiedam Schna,rps.
Is goodk for all kidney and bladder complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is used all over the world by phyicians In their
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is good for Goat.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is good for all Urinary complaints. 8
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Colic and r.in i:: the stomach.
WVo!fs Schiedam Schnapps. r
Is imitated and countcrlited. and purchasere
will have to tr C:tdv. D it1 purchasing.
I beg leave to call the atte-'tion of the reader
to testimonials in faver of e SchnaRps:
I feel bound to say that I regard 3"ur h appS
as being in every res pre-emineutly ,re and
desing of medica patronage. At c. c"nts 4
it is the purest possib4 article of Holland gio.
heretofore unobtainahle. and as sucii may
be #afelr prescribed by physiciane.
DAVID L. MOTIE, 31 1, Pharma.cntIcal
Chemist, New York. (
Loris7Mr.. K-r., Sept. 1. I feel that we have
now an artice of gin suitable for such cases as
that remedy is adapted to. DR. J.W. BRIGHT.
"Schrappst isa remedy in chroule catarrhal
I take great pleaure in bearing highly cred
itsble testimony to its efflicacy as a remedial I
agent in the diseases for which you recommend
it. lavin- a natural tendency to the mucous
urface., with a slight degree 'of stimulation. I
regard it as one of the most important remedies .
in chronic catarrhal afMeticts, particularly those
of the gerito-urinary apparatus. With Tmuch
epect. vnur obedientservaut. CilAs. A. LEAS.
31. D., New Vork.
26 Pi Nz S-raTrEr, N rw Y oP.K. Nov. 21, lSr7
UDOL?ko WOLFE- ESQ.. Present: DEtAR StI:
I have made a chemical examination ola sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the intent
of determining if any foreign or injurious sub
stance had been added to the simple..dlstiled
The examnaticon has resulted in the conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonousor harm- C
ful admixture. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the delelerious substances which are
somtetime. employed in the adulteration of li- Ii
quors. I would not hesitate to use myself, nor
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the "Schiedam Schnapps" a an excelent and
uuobjectimnable variety of gin.
Very respec'fally yours.
[SignedJ CHAS. A. SEELY,Cbemit.
CaIrcaL AND TycUaiAL LABORATET. 18
ExCH,%.NGE PLACE, NEw YOrK. Nov.2. 21667
UDOLPRO WOLPE, Esq.: DFAR Sia: Theunder
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed
a sample ofyour 'Aromatic Schiedare Schnapps,'
selected by ourselves, and kve found the same
free from all oreanic ar iaorganic substances,
more or less injurious to lealth. Fromthe result
of our examination we consider the article one
of superior quality. healthful as a beverage, and
effectual in its medicinal qualities.
Sinedi ALEX. TRIPPEL. Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Drug
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
Apr 19, I6-3mos 22 BEAV~ERST. N.Y
. Wu.K:a, Proprettr. R. H. McDonato a Co.. Deu,si
a Gn. Agents, San Fraeisco,CIaI.,and 34 Conmerc. St., h.Y.
MIL LIONS Dear Testiinony to their
Wonderful Curative Ef'ects.
Vinegar Bitters are not a ill. Fancy
Drink. Made of Poor Runm, Whiskey,
Proof SpIrits andI Refuse Liquors, doc
tored. spiced and swcctened to please the taste,
called "Tonics," "Appetizers." itRestorers,' Ecc.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin. I
but are a true Medicine, made from the Native
Roots and Herbs of California, free from all
Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the
GREAT BLOOD PUCRIFIERL and A
LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect
Renovator and Invl:rorator of the System, carry
ing off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directions and remain long
unwll. provided their bones are not destroyed
by mineral poison or other means, and the vital
sargas wasted beyond the point of repair.
They are a Gentle Purgative as well
as a Tonic, possessing, also. the peculiar merit -
of ating~ as a powerful ae-ent in relieving Conces
tio or Inigammation2 of the Liver, and of all the
FOE FElA LE COMIPLA INTS, whether
in young or old. married or 'single, at the dawn of
woinanod or at thew turn of life, these Tonic Bit
ters bare no equat.L
For Inaana.tory andi Chrouic Rhen
matisma and Gent. Dyspepsifa or In
digestIon. Bilious, Remittent and
Interittent Fevers, Diceases of the
Blood. Liver. Kidneys and -Bladder,
these Bitters have been meat suecessfuL- Such
Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which is generally produced by derangentt of
the Digestive Organ".
DSPEPSIA OIL INDIGESTION,
Headache. Pain in the Shoulde, Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations oi
the Stomach. Bad Taste in the M!onth. Bilious
Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflamnmationiot
the Lung., Paia in thecregions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms are the off
springs of Dyapepsia.
They Invigorate the Stomach and stimniate the
torpd Liver and Bowels, which render them of
unequalled effcacy in cleansing the blood of all im
purities, and imparting new life and vigor to the
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions.Tette.
Salt Rhxer.m. Blotches, Spots, P'imples, Piastules,
Boils, Carbancles, Ring-Worms, Sca:d Head, Sore
esErysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratons of the
Sin, Humors and Dtseases of the Skin, of what
ever name or aature, are literally dug up and car
ried out of the ssem in a short tme by the use of
these Bitter'. One bottle in such cases will con
vince the most incredulous of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find its
impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,
Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it r
obrcted and sluggish in the veinst cleanse it
when it is foul.and your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the healthof the system
PIN, TAPE,aend other WORMIS arking
in the system of so many thousands. are effectually
destroyed and removed.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
3. WALKER, 'rpitr R. H. MCDONALD Et
CO., Druggst adGen. Agents. San Franesseo,
Cal, and and S4 Commerce Street, New York.
June 28, 26-":1-1,.
WM. J LAKE,
NEWBERRY, S. C. 1
AGENT FOR TE
Piedmont & Arlington Life1
Assets over : : $ 2,000,000
Annual Income : : : 1,300.000
.1srae aginst death fwm aHl emnses
WM. Ji. LAKE,
NewbrPr, S. C.
A New, Safe, and EWtable Pu
Op SECUUIG TB
Benefits of Life Insuran
TO THE MASSES.
rbe Commonwealth Co-operattye CO.
138 Chambers St., New York.
Capital $100,000. Charter Parpetual
The owjzcT of this Company Is to furnis
o all healthy persons a mode for providiq
br their families after death, and still ha4
be use cf their money until It is needed fo
he payment of losses, and then in sue
mall sums that all persons-the poor mal
z well as the rich-can avail themselves 0
Any Pero - fifteen, and not over sixt
ears o!d, of sound body and mind, may be
ome a member of this Company by payinI
n admission fee of Ten Dollars, an annus
Ie of Two Dollars on the first day of Jana
ary in each year. and One Dollar and Tei
,enta for each death of a member in thesam
They are by the Company placed in d1vi
ions limited to 5,000 members, of about t
HOW TO JOIN.
Send to the Company. or any of its agents
.d get Circulars with full particulars, an(
lank Applications for membership, whic
on can fll out and return with admittanc
ee, and (if accepted) a Certificate will b
nade out and sent you by mail, which se
ures to you- heirs as many dollars as ther
re members in your division at the time C
Tbe Officers and Directors are:
)RRIN FRINK, President.
ONATHAN S. CHRISTIE, Vice-President
. N. CLARK, Secretary.
EO. W. BRAINERD, Treasurer.
peE WM. D. VEEDER, Brooklyn, N. Y
A. ',OBART, Esq., Paterson, N. J.
I. SPl.GUE, Brooklyn, N. T.
E. E. JAGX80ON,
RUGGIST AND APOTOCAR
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
etps constantly on hand a choice an<
ure assortment of
ViAtors to the city are invited to exam
ie stock. May 3,18-Sm.
:HILDS & WILEY
COLUMBIA, Sa C.
LEAY MIDE CLOTHING
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Eine Cassimere Pants, (black & fancy
LACK DRESS SUITS,
ats, Canes, Umtbrelias
The LARGEST, the BEST an
:he CHEAPEST in the State.
May4 3, 18-3m.
Special Book Notice.
ogartie's Book Depositorj
WE are offering great inducements
ook buyers. The whole of our large an
,hoice collection of Bocks, consisting of:
FHEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOU
BOOKS, S. S. LIBR ARY BlOOKS,
AND JUVENILE BOOKS,
are been arranged and marked downi
e cordance with the reduced prices<
We offer for the next sixty days the fii
.her inducement of a liberal discount on a
,urchases of Books amounting to FIV
OLLARS and upwards. Our STOCK 0
10OKS consists of all the latest and bei
editions of STANDARD AND MEW PUI
OUR JUVENILE DEPARTENT
a particularly rich in good Books for th
We have recently made large additior
.o our stock of BIBLES. The prices at
rootly reduced. We are now offering a
Jnua iy large variety of English an
mericn Family Bibles, Pocket Biblei
d the Episcopal Prayer Book, at extrem<
y low prices.
We are Special Agents for several Snt
lay School Publishing Houses, and have o
ia~nd snpplies of their publications.
All varieties of STATIONARY, and a f
tsoortment of SCHOOL BOOKS.
Our Store is so arranged that visitors ca
!xamine the stock at their leisure. Th
ric of each book is marked so as to afor
irhasers every 'acility.
[12Persons residing In the country wi
lease bear in mind that by sending their o>
crs to us for any books published in Ame
en, they will be charged only the price of til
'ook. We pay for the postage or express.
FOGATIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
Xo. 260 KING STREET, (In the bend),
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
A pril 26, 17-1y.
Manure your COTTON
WM. F. NANCE
JNO. T. PETERSON
Mar. 15, 11-tf.
I WOULD call attention to th
ct of my having a large and comm<
ious WAREHOUSE, and will b
leased to store
Dotton, Guanos ans
In as reasonable terms as any one.
W. A. WEBB.
Dec. 14, 50-tf'..
[. & w. C SUFFIELD,
E have now in store a very large
stcck of the above goods, and we as
sure our customers that we have nev
er before been enabled to offer them
so 'CHOICE A SELECTION OF
GOODS, at such low prices.
We have good All Wool SUITS at
$15, suitable for any business man.
We have a very large stock, and
we are determined to undersell any
other dealers. as our facilities enable
us to do so.
Are decided to be the best fittinn
We make the finest custom garmentL
made in this State. Call and examine
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Apr. 5, 14-tf. COLUMBIA, S. C.
LAR:., BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAI
I STOCK of ?RING and SUMMER
Are now ready FOR SALE. And all %'S
TOMERS will be SURE OF BARGAINS
the Stock will be sold at
VERY SMALL PROFITS.
C. F JACKSON,
Main Street, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Apr. 5, 14-tf
SIGN OF MAMMOTH CLOCK.
(Under Columbia Hotel,)
COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
AGENT F01 -wilarlff
CE'BATD ,$' SATISP'Til
and dealer in
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
jAnd everything usually kept in a firs>
class Jewelry Store.
All orders promptly and satisfacto
-rily attended to.
Feb 157 tf
AUL. B. L.ALr.a. 3. F. LR.OUBSSL.raS
--PAUL B. LALANE & CO.,
r 171 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
'Rc.Messrs ege Moases MJ.Corn
tin F. bets Discount Clerk, eole'
DR. H. BAER,
eWHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DR UG GIST,
SNO. 1.31 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May~ 3, 18-tf.
MILLINEhiY ST CK
In the up countryv and receiving daily addi
tions by Express, at
Apr. 26, 17...tf D. MOWER'S.
Syrups and Sugars.
Just received a beautifu]
N. 0. Syrups and
For sale low at
W. H. WEBB'S.
Dec. 14. 50-tf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an
nonceing that this elegantly.furnishe<
Esablshmnt is now open for the accomi
modation of guests. The r.able will alway
be supplied with every delicacy of the sea
so--both from New York and Charlestoi
Markets, and no efforts will be spared ta
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect, t<
**Jan. . 1M . GoRMAN.
Robert Joyner, Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Joyner, Clerk.
of nBad, perDay,...............3<
Supper, Breakfast and Lodging.. 2 0(
Single Meals............. ......-- 1 (
Sep. 8th, 1869.
- bAan PER mD - - - -e.
Mis. H. L BUJTTERFIELD,Proprietrese.
T ]R T
The undersigned in offering the
to the Planters of Newberry, foel con
fident that its quality is fully equal to
the best Fertilizers now manufactured.
This being the first year of its sale,
they cannot furnish any testimonials
of its merits; but ftel assured that
when once fully tried, it will become
the favorite fertilizer in the South.
Planters are requested to send in
their orders as promptly as possible.
Mayes & Martin,
Agents at Newberry, S. C.
Feb 15 7 tf
VICTORIA TONIC BITTERS,
FOR THE CURE OF
3yspepsia, Age and Fever,
Billious Diseases, Gene
ral Debility, and all
Impurity of the
It excites healthy Rppetite. inviZorates
the Digestive Orgamns, is devoid of all that
dreadral poison-Fnsil Oil, and imparts a
most agreeable, warming. and cordial effect
i to the Stomach. It exhilaratcs the spirits,
relieves pain, and is mo.st wonderlully effi
cacions in all debilities and irregularities of
Females. It will prove a positive preventive
in all 31ALARIAL CONTAMINATION.
MOT*TE & TARRANT,
Xanufactureij'.and Sole Proprietors,
NEWBEk.Y, S. C.
Mar. 15, 11- tf.
GE R MA Nr
Invaltable in Teething, and Summer Com
plaints of Children. Cures
And other Diseases, incident to the period
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," now so
widely uqed, this CORDIAL contains
Or other injurioue Drug. It is composed of
the very best materials, and should be
found in every Nursery. The best physi
cians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
g"For sale by 3M0TTE & TARRANT,
Newberry, S. C. Mfay 3, 1 8-tf.
Suitable for well ropes.
For sale by
Greenville &~ Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March!1, 1871.
E On and after Wednesday, March 1, the follow
ing Schedule will be run daily, Sundays ex
ceptd connecting with Night irains on South
Carolina Road, up and down, also with Trains
going South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augna
Leave Columbia.................... 7.00 a m
"Aiston................... 9.10 a m
"Newberry..................11.15 a m
" Cokesbury..................300 pm
" Belton................. ...5.00 p m
" Greenville.... ............ 6.30 p m
Leave Greenville................... 6.15 a m
"Belton................... 8.05 a m
S Cokesbury.....................10 07 a m
"Abbeville.................. 8.15 a m
"Newberry................. 1.5) p m
"Alston... .................. 405 p m
Arrive Columbia................. 5.55 p m
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
3!. T. BAnTI.UTr, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9,1871.
ON and after SUNDAY. the 11th Instant, Pas
senger Trains upon this Road will arrive and
lave as follws:
MAIL, AlD PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at.................. . p m
Arrive at Charleston a.........,...320 p m
Leave Charleston at .................8.2 a m
Arrive at ColumbIa at................... 340 p m
IIGST EXPREES, ?REIGBT AN~D ACCOMMoDA
TION TEAIN, [Sundays excepted.j
Leave Columbia at.... .... ... ....... 5 p m
Arrive at Charleston at...............6.5 a m
Leave Charlestn at.....................7 0Op m
Arrive at Columbia at.. ............ .6.00 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will continue
to run to Columbia as formerly-Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Saturdays,
A. L TYLER. Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. RL.
ColIExsa, S. C., June 8. 1871.
ON and after SUNDAY(, June 11, the Pas
enger tralns over this Road wll run as follows:
Train No. 1. Train No.2.
Iave Augusta...... 325A.M. 6 00P. M.
Leave Columbia...8 09 A. 3!. 11.00 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte....2.35 P. M. 5.20 A. M!.
Lave Charlotte...7.4') A. M!. 8.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia...2.30 P. M. 2.25 A. M.
Arrive Augusta....... 7.50 P. M. 7.30 A. M!.
1No.1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sundays
excepted. Both trains make close connection to
all oints North, South and West. No 1 Train
mesclose connection at Richmond for Virgin
TaEou Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all princal pont.
-Standar Ctty Time.gtUCt
E. P. ANDER,S Snp't.
E. E. DonazT, General Freight and Ticket
Agent. June 21.
Summer Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Ieave. Arrive. Leave.
Bateav --le. - 6.00 6.0 45 4.53
Pacolet .-----.. 6.-8 6.13 4 40 4.45
Joneine.-... 6A43 6A48 405 '4.10
Uniovlle.... 7.2$ 7.50 305 3.25
Santuc..... 8.2 8.25 2.80 2.35
Fish Dm--... 8.40 8 45 2.10 2.15
Shelton........ 9.15 920 1 3 1.40
Lyl'Fod.... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Stroter.1.... o005 10.10 12 5J 12.55
Altoc.... .... 11.00 1200
THO.. B. JE.TER. r-it
3!y 31. 1%"7l
1871 SPRING TRADE, 1871
Complete sets from 63 to S20 per set.
All the different kinds at reduced prices.
Of every description.
For ladies and gentlemen.
OOREICN FANCY GOODS.
,UNS AND PISTOLS OF
ALL KINDS AND PRICES.
Goods shipped to any part of the country
er express. The same careful attention gir.
n to orders by mail as to personal purchases.
rices for our goods based on gold at par.
POULTNEYL TRIMLLE & CO.
200 W. Baltimore Street,
Apr 5, 14-1y. BALTIXORE,___
DR. J. R. THOMPSON,
(Successor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Pool's store, on Mali
All the old business left unfinished will bi
ompleted on the terms as before arranged
md everything done in the best manner an(
varranted. The patronage o the public I:
Dec. 8. 4S-tf.
WACQUEEN & RIECKE
PROVISION & PRODUCE
JIa,e constantly on hand and receirinj
Bacon, Dry Salted Meats, Pork,
Lard, Beef, Flour, Sugar,
Prchasers are requested to examine thei
21 and 23 VENDUE RANGE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8->m.
Freight and Passengers,
Lo and from BA1T1MORE, PHILADEI
PIIIA, NEW 1OZ, BOSTON, s.nd
all the New Eng0ad Manufac
THEEE TIMES AWMEE,
EUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SA'lREDAYS
are from Niewberry, - - -$
THE SOUTH CAROLINA R AILROAD CO.,
tud connecting Roads West. in alliance witi
he Fleet of Thirteen First-Class Steamships t
he above Ports, invite attention to the Quiel
rie and Regular Dispatch afforded to the busi
2ess public in the Cotton States at the
PORT OF CHARtLESTON.
Offering facilities of Rail and Sea Transporta
ion for Freight and Passengers not equalfled ii
ucellence and capacity at any other IPor.
S. B. P'ICKENS. Gen. Passenger and Ticke
Agt., S. C. Railrond.
ED. H. BARNWELLJ, Gen. Freight Agt.. 8
I. R. . Apr. 12. 15-tr'.
T HE COTTON ST ATES
Life Insurance Company
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AT
The business of this strictly Southern ami
Rone Company is confined by law to legiti
nate Life Insurance alone.
Policies issued on all the approved mu
It also issues policies at stock rates, 2.
r cent. under the miutual rates, buti
os not advise its patrons to insure on thi
tock plan, it being very expensive in th<
ong run. It is known that dividends in
tood Mutual Company will average abou
.5 per cent., especially at the South anm
West, where investments bring good returns
)0 per cent. of profits on the miutua
>iness divided annually among all the
nutual Policy-holders, without exception
3nethird lo.in on premiunms given whei
lesired-interest charged only upon firs
Where all cash is paid policies will be
ome self-sustaining, that is pay out, an
lave .50 per cent. added to their faces, tha
s one-third more than the original sum in
Ample provision against forfeiture o
olicies in the expressed terms of the con
The Comoany will always purchase it
policies at their cash value.
We offer the people of the State the sam<
inancial security as Northern Companies
he necumolating premiums of the inAured
mnd in addition thereto a capital cotm
nencing with $500.00. Millions of dol
rs anniually have hitherto been.lost t<
:e active circula' ion of the South in pay
nent of premiums in Northern Companiet
[n benefits derived from the investment
nade by these Companies in Northern rea
state and securities, our people can neve
hare on equal terms. Let us then sustai
yur own Life enterprise and thus keep ou
noney and the profits at home.
OFFICERs AT MACON, GEORGIA.
WM. B. JOHNSTON................Presideni
WM. S. H OLT..................Vice-Presideni
1EO. S. OB EAR.....................eretary
OHN W. BURKE............ General Ageni
W. J. MA GILL..Superintendent of Agencies
AMES MERCER GREEN.. Medical Examine
The Cotton States Company is a Georgia
tnd South Carolina Enterprise, and is
~ood Company, and is now fully identific<
Aith the interests of our people.
This State is ably represented in the gen
tral management by South Carolina Direc
ors. LA.VAL & .ABNEY,
eneral Agents for North & South Carolina
Wu. J. LAVAr., Office: Columbia, S. C.
g. W. AB?'xY, M. D., of Edgefield.
Jan. 4, '71, 1-17.
FOR YOUR MEALS
iBreakfast Going .Up and Dinne:
CUSTOM made pegged CALI
BOOTS, and warranted.
For sale by D. MOWER.
Money Cannot Bay ft!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!!
The Diamond Glasses,
J. E. SPENCER & GO., N. Y.,
Which are now o d tothe pubic, ro
of the World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eye ever
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal' Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
of their hardiness and brilliancy.
The Scientidc Principle
On which they are construoted brjjnZs the core
or centre of the lens directly in fron of the eye.
producing a clear and distinct vision. as in the
natural healthy sight, and preventing all un
pleasant sensations. such as glimmering and
wavering of sight, dizziness, &c., peculiar to all
others in use.
They are Xounted in the Finest Xaer,
In frames of the best quality, of all materials
used for that purpose.
Their Finish and Durability
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
CAUToY.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
Jeweler and Optician, is sole agent for
NEWBEEPBY1, S. C.,
From whom they can only be obtained. These
goods are not supplied to redlers, at any price.
On band and for sae by
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
TH E SIN GrE R
NEVW FAMILY SEWIN~G MACHINE, is
now offe:"ed for sale on easy terms, at the
Stare Agency, No. 197 King St. Charleston,
Silk, Thread, geedles and Machine Find.
ings, of the best que lity. Stitching done to
order. General repala 'g executed..
T HE NEW MANUFACINIG MACHINE,
-Taloers and Boot Fitters, is the best in the.
Local and Traveling Agents Wanted.
Circulars and Samples on application.
Sewing Machine Agency!'
19'7 KING STREET,
P. W. & B. S. CHICK, Agents,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Dec. 7, 49--'70-ly.
DR. E. C._JONES,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
front..of Herald office.
I take pleasure in informin~g my friends
and the public generally, that my dental
rooms arc now open, and that I am pre
pared to execute all work in my profession
in the most approved manner.
I am determined to devote my entire
time and energy to my profession.
-Jan. 12 2tf.
IANIOO: low Lost, How Restoedl.
Just published, a new edi
t i on of Dr. Calverwell's
Celebrated Essay on th e
radical care (without medicine) of Sperma
torrheca, or Seminal Weakness, involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage, etc.: also, Consumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sex
ual ex ravagance.
Price. In a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
IThe celebrated author, in this adumirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' suecessful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every suffierer, no matter what his cobdition
may be, may care himself cheaply, privately,
This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid on receipt of six eents, or
two post stamps.
Also. Dr. enlverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price 25 cents.
Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
Se.,36-ly. Post-Ofmee Box 4,5|E.
15 Barrels genuine
On hand and for sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
'lee. 14, 50-4f.
Next door to Pollock's Restaurant,
Columlbia, S. C.
Will Shave, Shampoo, Trim and Dye,
To suit the mo<t fastldious.
Ayer's Cathartic Wi8,
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of thesow sake, a asswhres the isbprepared
to furst r hsprwbeasaeradt".iio
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allneressahe abette omets the wills be athe
tfurnish attemeo $1 peda.,-:
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lass, atd Br nd,
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prct., an-ay, hBaletimthe ,NnU.
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celebae uatresing lattuer.
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