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It's we two, it's we two, i's we tvto for ae,
All the world and we two, and. Heaten be
Like a honek in the lift, sing, 0 bonn!
All the world was Adam once, with Eve bj
Wbat'.ae wCrld, my lass, my love-wha
I am thine, and thou art mine, life Is sweet
If the worid haVe mied the mark, let it
For we two have gotten leare, and once
more we'll try.
Like tatverock in the lif:, sing, 0 bonny
le's we two, it's we two, happy side by side.
Take a kits from me thy Man; now the song
"Ali Is made afresth for us, and the brave
When the darker days come, and no sun
Thou shalt dry my tears, law, and I'll dry
Il'e we two, it's we two, while the world's
Sitting by the golien sheaves, on our wed
THE LITTLE SLEEPERS.
Little feet no longer patter,
Liuile ips no longer chatter,
Patter, chatter as of yore;
What's the matter?
Why the clatter
Slent, on the co"ago door?
Little hearts no longer singing.
Lirtie br.ds no longer bringing,
Song '.nd fowera as of yore;
Why no singing,
Why no bringing
Songs and flowere at the door ?
Ia yon groy; of slghing'willows,
Little heads have made their pilows
Pi!owe, where sweet daisies grow;
To.the slpepiag o=es below.
On some bright morn hereafter,
Yet will break the merry laughter
'f the sleeping ones below;
And the sleeping,
And the weeping,
Sleeping, weeping will be o'er.
The divine Patti's nose is out of
joint at last. Hireaftor both her
self-and Nileson must retire on
their-laurek. A now singer ha
arimn, Marie Marion by name,
*ho on!lj made her debut last May.
S8ince that time, she has gradually
b.een growing in public favor,
r,roehing higheranld higher up the
,,yrusical scale. Finally, we are told
,.sbe has sneeeeded in 'concluding'
a long and tedious passage with a
-perfect and brilliatnt shsko on D
*h~arp in alt, ending' with a magr,i~
icongJy sustained E." We don't
naa exactly where that is, but
imagne it to be at over 200 degrees
Fahrenheit. Sufficee it to say, it
was enough to drive an audience
razy -with admiration, and to
snake the whole musical world ac~
kifowledge that nothing is left for
Patti, .Nilsson, Trebelli-Bettini,
Di-Murska. Miolan-C a r v al b u ,
Lsuca' and Sessi-who were all in
London at the time-but to die of
* .disgust and onvy.
"Throngh tickets to go around
--the aorld" are for sale in London
ATTORNEYS AT LAWs
NEWVBERRY, S. C.
The undersigned have formed a~
Co-partnership in the practice, of ti e
Law, arid can be found at their office
in the building of the "Newberry
Not " front room, up stairs.
- T HOMAIR S. MOORMiAN,
OSBORNE i,. SCBtUMPIERT.
Feb. e2, B-tf.
MY stock of the above goods is
Coasisting of rnost all of the
OF TlE SEASON,
And at somewhat
Than last year.
Give me a call and see for yot:r
WiV. J LAKE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
AGENT FOE TEB
Piedmont & Arlington Life
Assets ever : 2,000,000
Annual Income : ::-1,00,000
Insures against death from all causes.
WM. J. LAKE,
Newberry, S. C.
16 Barrels genuine
On hand and for ale by
* MAYES & MARTIN.
Good (io's Factory1
i THE Suberibers take pleasure in inform
ing their numerous ftiends and patrons in
the County of Newberry and elsewhere,
that they are prepared with every new and
perfect appliance in their Oarding Pactory
to turr, out satisfactory work. Onr Batter
Machine f,r Mixing is per1ect and complete
In all respects.
Wool left with Mr. Simmons, at the New
berry Depot, will be hauled to our Factory
and returned in -n expeditions nmanne:.
And any orders or directioos coinmitted to
him will be satisfactorily attended to.
Should our customers prefer visiting the
Factory they will find stables and lots for
their stock, and every accommodation will
be sho'n them.
R. Se & Js W. GOODGIONs
June 7, 23-3m.
Wagon Making, Repairing, &c.
THE undersigned has opened a shop,
ball a mile from Helena, (on G. & C. Ra. R.,)
at Judge Lake's place, where he is ptepared
to Shoe Horses, Lay Plows, Make and Re
nair Wagons, and do any kind of Wood
Work, either Agricultural, Mill or Domestie
Work. He will ao repair Cotton Gins.
Shoeing a Horse..................t 1.20
Laying a Plow (oner furiishiig iron,) 40
"t "6 (he furnishing iron,)... 45
2 1ro-se Wagon with body. .......115.00
J " " witl.out body.......100.00
All other work in proportion.
All that is ked ia a share of his friends'
patror.ge. c .1l and Qee.
STEPBL F. E. GRUBER.
M.cr. I, V-:f.
PAT. H. DUCKETT,
G[N I N D LOCKSMITU,
CAN be foun-l at Carolina Manufacturing
Conpany's Tin and Stove Shop, with a com
plete stock of
GUNS, PISTOLS & MATERIAL
in his line, and will REPAIR Guns, Pis
tols, all kinds of Locks, Umbrellis, Para
sole, Castors, &c.
By doing good.work at moderate prices,
and bing punctual to my business, I hope
to receive a liberal patronaze.
PAT. 11. DUCKETT.
Mar. I., 9-tf.
L. Wsz.xs., Proprietor. R. Hi. MtcDouo a coa.. Drudstet
& Gen. Ageets, Sa Fracisco,cal.,ad 34 Comunerce St., N.Y.
lL LIO O Scar Testimnoay to their
WonderfuI Curative EWects.
Vinegar litters are not a vile Fancy
Drink, Made of Foor Ram,, Whisker,
Proof Spirits and RLefuso Liquors, doc
tored. spiced and sweetened to please the taste,
called " Tonics," Appetizers." " nestorers.' * c..
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and run.
bet are a true Medicine, made from the Native
Roots and Herbs of California, froe from all
Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the
GREAT BLOOD PURTFIEl and A
aIFE GiV1NG PILINCIPLE, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the System. carry
Ing ofr all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directio,ns and remain ion:
enweln. provlded their bones are not de-troyed
by' mineral poison or othcr means, and the vital
organs wasted beyond the point or repair.
They are a Gentle Purgative as wvell
as a Tonic, possessin:, also, the peculiar merit
of acting as a powerful acent in relieving Conges
tion or Innfemnmation of the Liver, and of all the
FOIl FEMANLE COMPLA1NTS, whether
in young or old. married or single, at the dawn of
wmanhood or at the turn of life, these Tonic Bit
ters have no equaL.
For lnaumatory and Chronic Rhsen
atin and Gout, Dyvpepsiat or In
digestIon, Bilious, jceittent nitd
Intersnittent Fevers, D)isc:Yes of tho
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and i.5ladder,
these flit ters lh.tve been moat successful. Such
Disease. are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which lisnr lrproduced by dcrangemeint of
the Digestlvo Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OIL INDIGESTION,
Hadace, Pain in the soulde:r . Coughs. TIght
ness of the Chest. Diz:Iness. Sonr Elru.ctatlons of
the Stomach. Bad Taste in the Mtouth. Bilions
Attacks. Prdpitation oftho nleart. Iniismmationof
the Lungs, Pain lin the re gions of the Kidneys. and
e, hundred other painful symptoms are the off
sprng "t Dyspopsia.
They ln',-goratd the Stomach and stimnlate the
trpid Liver and Bowels. wh'ich render them of
unqu..lled efficacy in cleas!sng the blood of allam
prll5and jipar:Ing new life and vigor to the
FORSKIN DISEA SES, Eruptions.Tette.
Salt li.eumi. Ullotche.'. bpots. P'Imples. Pustules.
Do";, Carbuncs, llingc-wormn, s,a:d Head, Soe
Eye.rysipelas. itch. Scurfs. Diswolorationisof the
Skin. Humors and D)is'-ases of the Skin. of what
r'd oumfe sytemIn a short time h the ue o
these Bitters. Ob.e bottle In such cases will con
vince the most incredulous of theIr curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wvhenever you find its
Impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,
Erptorsor Sores, cleanse it when you find it
obtructea and sluggish In the veins: cleanse it
when it is foul.and your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health Of the system
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS urkin.g
In the system of so many thousands, are effectually
dsroyed and removed.
S'LD BY ALL DEUIGGISTS AND DEALERS.
7. WALKER, Proprietur. R. H. McDONALD t
Co.. Druggsts and Gen. A gents. San Franciseo,
CaL, and Biand SI Commerce Street, New York.
Junre 28, 26-'7 1-I;.
Of the Most Approved
Whiebi we will sell on the most
We invite an examination of them.,
both as to character and price.
R. MOORMAN & Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HE PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in an'
Donneing that this elegantly.furnishcd
E~stablihment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will always
be supplied with every delicacy of' the sea'
on-both from Ne w York and Charlesten
Markets. and no efforts wvill be spared to
give perfect satisfactionl, in every respect, to
our patros W .GRIN
Jan 1W .GRM N
ALON Z O R E E SE,
Wet-dor to.PoHlock's Restaurant.
Colomnbia, S. C.
Will Shave, Shampo, Trimn and Drye,
RADWAY'S READY RELIE]
CURES THE WORST PAINS
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MIMUTEI
NOT ONE HOUR
aiter readinz tls adverTinement need any one
SUFFER WII PAIN
RADWATS READY RELIEF IS A CUR'
FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and is
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
that instantly stops the most e-ctucitiInr pains
allxy" Inflammations, and cures Congestion!
whether of the Lung. Stomach, Bowels, or othe
glands or organA. by ot, app lication.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY 3nT.\ ES.
no matter how violent or excruciating the pai
the 1H1E IA IC. Ded-ridden. Infirm. Crippled
Nervous.Neuralgie. or prostrated with diseas
RADWAV RE ADY RELIEF
WILL AFFORDI)1NSTANV EASE.
INFLA11A11HN OF TIlE KIDNEYS.
INFLAM3I1ATION OF THEF IILADDEP
I.NFLA31MATION OF T1HE DOWEI.S.
(ONGE-TION OF M'I E LNG4
SORE Tiir.OA'I. DIFFICULT UitEATiING.
PAL!'IrATIO OF fHE HEARI
IlYSTERtI(S, Ci:oUll. DTI''HEI.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CRILLS.
The application ofthe Ready Rief to theFp1
or parts whze the pain or difliculty exist wil al
ford eawe and comort.
ITwenty drops in half a tumbler of water wil
in a f,w moments cure CRA11PS. SIPASMil
SOUR STONIACh. IiEARTURN. SIC
HEADACHE. DIARIIEA. DYSENTERY
COLIC. WIN) IN fILE BOWELS. and all IN
TERNA L PAINS.
Travellerssiould alw,ary carry a l,ottle of End
ways Veatlv Relief with them. A fe-w drops i
water will prevent sickness or pains from chan
of water. It is bett;er than French Brandy t
Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in this world ths
will cure Fever and Azue. and all other 31tli
riou, Bilious. Scarlet. Typhoid. Yellow,and othe
Fever- faived by R A DVA Y'S PILLS) so quic'
as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cent
STRONG AND PU'RE RICiI BLOOD-IN
CltEASE OF FLES AND WEIGHT
CLEAR SKIN AND BEAUtIFUL COl
PLENION SECURED IV ALL.
HAS MADE TIlE MOST ASTONISHIN
CURES; SO QUICK. SO RAPID ARE Till
CHANGES THE BODY UNDERGOE
UNDER THE INFLUENCE CF THIS rT
LY WONDERFUL MEDICINE. TIiAT
Every Day an Increase in Flesh ani
Wi eight Is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Ev(-rv drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT communicates through the Blood
Sweat. Urine, and other fluids and Juices of th
system the vigor o f life, for it repairs the waste
of the body with new and sound material.
Scrofula. Sypbilis, Consumption, G landular d is
ease. Ulcers in the throat, 11outh. Tumors,'Xode
in the Glands and otherparts of tbe system, Sor
Eyes, Strumorous discharges from the Ears, arn
the worst forms of Skin disease. Eruptions, Fe
ver Sores. Scald Head, Iting Worm. Salt Rheum
Erysipelas. Acue. Black Spots. Worms in th
Flesh, rumors. Cancers in the Womb. and a]
weakening and pain ful discharges. Night Sweats
Loss of Speit u and all wastes of the I fe priuci
ple. are within the curative range of this wonde
of Modern Chemistry, and a few days' use wil
prove to any person sming it for either of thes
forms of disease its potent power to cure them.
If the palicut, daily becoming reduced by th
wastes and decomposition that is continuall
progressing, succeeds in arresting these waste;
and repairs the same with new material mad
from healthy blood-and this the SARSAPA
PARILLIAN will and does secure-a cure i
certain; tbr when once this remedy commence
its work of purification. and succeeds in dimin
i-hing the loss of wastes. its repa irs will be rap
id, and every day the patient will leel lim el
owing better and stropnger. the food digestinj
er.appetite Imuroving, and ft:sh and weigh
No)toIv doesthe SARSAPAnILLtA10 REsoL
vNT excel all known remedial ag.-nts in the cur
of Chronic. Scrofulous, Constitutional, and Sk'
diseases; but it is the only positive cure for
EIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS
Urinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes
Dropsy. Stoppage of Water. hIncontinentce c
Urine. Bright's Disease. Albuminuria. and in al
cases where there are brick-dust deposits, or th
water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substance
like the white of an e;tg, or thread< lhke whit
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and ahire bone-dust deposits. anel whe
here Is a prick iug. bu n ing -er.sation when ;pas
ing water, and pain in the Small of the Back an
along the Loin-.
DR. RAD WAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
perfectly tastees, elegantly coated with swee
gum, pu.j.e, regulate, purify, cleanse, an<
stengthe.t. Radway's Pills, for thte cure of al
disorders of the Stotmacht, Liver, Bowels, Kid
neys, BI udder, Nervous DiseaFes, IIeadacht
Constipation, Costiveness, Indigestiton, Dyspep
sis, Biliousness. Bilious Fev-r, 'inflammation 4
the Bowe''. Piles, atil all Derangemnents of tb
Internal Viscera. Warrantted to e1iect a positiv.
cure. Purely Vegetable. containing no mercury
minerals, or dele-terius drugs.
[17 Observe the follouwitng .symptons r esultin;
from Diso:ders of the Digestiwe Organs:
Const pation, Intwarud Piles, Fuillness of th
Blood in the IIead. Acidity of the Stomaci
Nausea, hleartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness c
Weight in the Stomach. Snur Eruerations, Siuk
.g or Fluttering at the l'it of the Stomacl1
wimming of the lIIcad, Hurried and Diffieti
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will fre
the systlem from til t be above namited disorden
Prce.2i5 cents per Box. SOLD BY DRtU(
READ "FAL-E AND TRUE." Send on
leter-samD to RHADW AY & CO . No 87 Maid
en Lane. New York. Infortatlion worth thious
ands will be sent you. July 5, 27-ly.
A &iew, Safe, and Equitabile Plan
OF SEcCRING THlE
Benefits of Life Insuranco
TIO THii MASSES.
The C0mm0onweaih (0ooperative Co.
13S Chambers St., New York.
Captal 8100,000. Chart.r Perpetual.
The oB.ncr of this Comnpainy is to fur~nia
: all healthy per-ons a mnodce for tirovi.lin,
for their fausilies after dea'th, and st.'l hav~
he use -f theu money umtil it iu neeteei ft
:e paymenzt of -r.ses, and thetn m nc
small sums ti:t aill pei:onsche poor me
as wel as the rich-tc-m :.& the~mselves 4
Any persm fifteen, and not over
yars o'd, of sound bodty ud mind, may be
comne a nmembier of th,is Coumpany by paiyin;
n admission fee of Ten Dollirs, an annui
due of rwo D.,lutrs ott the first dany of ,J:na
ary in each vear, and One Dulnr und Tei
Cents for each death of a member in thesa:n
They are by the Compann placedi in div
sions limited to 5,000 m.au.:rs, of aboutt tt
HOW TO JOIN4.
Senid to the Comny.un or any of it- aget
and get Ciculars with full pitatiulars, an
blank A pplication.s for tnembenrship, whiac
von enn fill out aind return with adlmittanc
fee, and (if accepted) a Certificate willb
made out and sent you by tmail, wh ich s<
cures to your heirs aLs mny dollars as ther
are members in your division at the timeC
The OfIleers andl Dlrectors are:
ORRIN FRINK, Pre'sidlent.
.ON ATHlA N S. CIR ISTIE, Vice-Presiden:
L. N. CL ARK, Secretarv.
GEO. W. BRAINERD, Treasurer.
JtDGE WM D. VEEDER, Bronklyn. N.'3
G. A. HOBART', Eeq., Paterson. N. JI.
C. A. SPRAGUE, Brooklyn, N. Y.
May 24, 21-3m .
W. L. G-OURDINE,
Respectfully announ~ces that hei
prepared to cut and fit gentlemen
sits to their entire satisfaction. Ha'
i~ng had a large experience in the tai
oring business, and being constant]
suppied with the latest New Yor
Fashions, he feels no hesitancy in as]
ing for patro~nage. Work prompt]
delivered. Terms moderate.
To making sack coat............----4 I
ITo cut and make pants............... 2
tTo cut and make vest...............--S
To cut and make walking cottt...... 5
;, & W. C, SWIFFIRYS,
have now in store a rery large
stock of ti-- above goods, anl we as
sure our customers that we lave nev
er before been enabled to ofer them
s-o CHOICE A SELECTION OF
GOODS. at such low prices.
We have good All Wool SUITS at
Sl5. suitable for any busines; man.
We have a very large itock, and
we are determined to uniersell any
other dealers. as our facilties enable
us to do so.
Are decided to be the best fitting
i Shirts made.
We make the finest eustom garments
mnade in this State. Call and examine.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Apr. 5, 14-tf. COLUMBIA, S. C.
PAUL B. LALANS. E. V. LAEoUSsLIERE.
PAUL B. LAANE & CO.,
171 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
REFEREcEs.--3tOSSrs. Hart & Co.. ICLoy &
- Rice,essrs. Weaguer & 31onsees. Mr. J. Com,
mins, F. J. Roberts, Discount Clerk, People's
SNational Bank. May 3, 18-m.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
-May 3, 18--tf'.
In the up country and receiving daily addi
tions by FEpress, at
'A pr. 26, 17-ti' D. MOWER'S.
iE. E. JACKSON,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
CoLUMBIA, 5. C.,
K.'ps constantly on hand a choice and
pure assortmnit of'
- PERF UMERIES,
.Of all kind..
,Vi<.itors to the city arc invited to exam
ine stock. May 3, 18-3m.
CHILDS & WILEY,
tCOLUMBIA, S. C.
iRE1 MIlE (LOTIiG,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
~~1 l)ERBY SUITS,
Fine Cassimere Pants, (black & fancy),
BLACK DRESS SUITS,
i LINEN SUITS.
1ats, Canes, Umbrellas.
The LARGEST. the .BE~ST and
th CTIEAPESTr in the State.
Special Book Notice.
Fogartie's Book Depositor'y.
WE arc offering great indluceme~nts to
Book buyers. The whole of our large and
dchoice collection of Bocks, consisting of:
TEOLOGIAL AND MISCELLANEOL'S
BOOK$, S. S. LIBR ARY BOOKS,
AND d UVEN ILE BOOKS,
iae bee n arra,n;ed and marked down in,
accorance with the reduced prices of
We offetr for the next sixty daysv the fur
her inducement of a liberal- discount on all
perbasets of Books amounting to FIVE
DOLL A . and upwards. Our STOCK OF
HOOKS conisists of all the latest and best
edi:ions of STANDARD AND MEW PUB.
LI A OS.
0UR yUVEIELE DEPARTENT
is partcularly rich in good Books for the
We have recently made large additions
to our stock of BIBLES. The prices are
breatly reduced. We are now ofe'ring an
unusuaily large variety of English and
American Family Bibles, rocket Bibles,
and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at extreme
l low prices.
We are Special A gents for several Sun
da School Publishing Houses, and have on
Shand snpolis of their publications.
- Al varieties of STATIONARY, and a full
- assotent ofi SCIIOOL BOOKS.
Our Store is so arranged that visitors can
examine the stock at their leisure. The
kprice of each book is miarked so as to afford
-purchasers every "acility.
- !D'Persons residing in the country will
please bear in mind that by sending their or
ders to us for any books published in -Amer
0 ica, they will be charged only the price of the
DC book. We pay for the postage or express.
0 FOGARTIE's BOOK DEPOSITORY.
->No. 250 KING SfK'F.E I'. (in the bend',
a C1ARLE1TON. '('t H ' i:'LISA.
The undarsigned in offering the
to the Planters of Newberry, feel con- 4
fident that its quality is fully equal to
the best Fertilizers now wanufactured.
This bt.ing the first year of its sale,
they cannot furni:di any testitnonials
of its nierits; but feel assured tf
when once fully tried, it will becom..
the favorite fertilizer in the South.
Planters are requested to send in I
their orders as promptly as possible.
MayeE & Martin,
Agents at Newberry, S. C.
I Feb, 15 tf
VICTORIA TINK- BITTERS1
FOR THE CURS OF
3yspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Billions Diseases, Gene
ral Debility, and all
Impurity of the
It excites liealthv appetite, invigorates
the Digestive Organs, is devoid of all that
dreadful poison-Fusil Oil, and imparts a
most agreeable, warming, and cordial effect
to the Stomach. It exhilarates the spirits,
relieves pain, and is most wonderlully effi
cacious in all dhilities and irregularities of
Females. It will prove a positive preventive
in all MALARIAL CONTAMINATION.
MOTTE & TARRANT,
Xanufacturers and Sole Proprietors,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
3ar. 15, -tf.
800ilE R 0D A lN
Invaluable in Teethina. and Summer Com
plaints of Children. Cures
And other Diseases, incident to the period
Unlike the "Soothinz Syrups," now so
widely usied, this CORDIAL contains
Or other injuiriou' Deng. It is composed of
the very best materiais, and should be
found In every Nuirsery. The best physi
eians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
gg For sale by MOTTE & TARRAT
Nen berry, S. C. May i, 18-tf.
Suitable for well ropes.
For sale by
Grenville & Columbia Railroad.
CoUmBarA. S. C., March 1, 1871.
On and after Wednesday. March 1. the follow
ing Schedule will be rnn daily. Sundays ex
cepted, connectin;; with Night Trains on South
Carolina Road, up and down' also with Trains
going South on Charlotte, Columbiaud Augus
Leave Columbia.................... 7.00 a mn
-Aiston.................... 9.10 a mn
SNewberry..................11.15 a mn
" Cokesbury................. 00p m
" e!ton.....................5.0 p mn
S Greeuvilie................. 6.30 p mn
Leave Greenville................. 6.15 a in
" Belton..................8.05 a mn
" Unkesbury....................10 07a m
-Abbeville..................8.15 a. i
-"Newberry.................. 21.0 p mn
"Aiston... .................. 4.05 p in
THrve Olub. DODAMEAD. G;en't Supt.
3. T. BARTLETT, G;eneral 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
leave as foliows:
Mart, AND PAs5ENGER TRaAIN.
Leave Columbia at................... 7.49 p in
Arrive at Charleston at.............. .2) p mn
Leave Charleston at ............... 821 a mn
A rrive at Columbla at ..............3 40 p in
.GIT 11Es. FRF.IGHT A"!D ACcOMtMODA
-rave 7OTnAi s, [Sundays excepted.
ta bia t SO........ .....0pim
ArIe at Ch .-cstn at...........6.45 a mn
Leave CarletXin . """"---""
Arrive at Columbia at..: -,A - wil - cnine
Camden Accommiodation dWnine
to rn to Columbia as form,:rly--londays,Wd
Iedy and L.t TY.ER. Vice- Pr,. 'dent.
. D. PICEENs, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
CoLU.BIAr, S C., June 8. 1871.
ON and after SUNDAY, June 1L. the P'as
eeger trains over thiis Road will run as follows:
Train No. 1. Train No.2.
Leave Augusta......3.25 A. M. 6i 00 P. M1.
Leave Columbia... 09i A. MI. 11.00 P. 31.I
Arrive Charlotte...23 P. M. 5.20 A. 3M.
Leave Charlotte...7.4 A. 31. 8.00 P'. M.
Leave Colnumbia....2.3) P. M1. 2.25 A. 3M.
Arive Auguista.....7.50'. M. 7.80A. M.
No. 1 Traim daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sundays
ecpe.Both trai-ns make close connectinn to
al epoitsNrt. South and West. No 1 Train
maes close connection at Ri chmond for Virgin
hr$Tcessold, and Baggage checked to
Standard Timne--Washintonl Ctty Time.
E. P'. ALEXAN DER. Sup't.
IE. R1. DoRSET, General Freight and Ticket
Agnt. June 21.
Summer Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UPT I.
I Arrive. Leave. Arv.Lae
Sp.rtburg.... 5.8) 52
Batesvlle.. .... G.00 6.00 45 4.3
P iacolet......... 6.' 6.13 440 .5
Jonesvlle... 6.43 6.48 4n .f
UnonviHle...... 7.25 7.5 3 32
I antc......... 8.29 8.25 23 ..
is Dama....... 845 2.h245
v [le'Ford ....... 9.4' 9.45 11
$troter . 105 1.1~ 41. 5 12.1
.strhe.......... I. 1.1 125 ,125
[871 IIN T 11
Complete sets from $3 to $20 per se&
All the different kinds at reduced pricesm
For ladies and gentlemen.
"OREICN FANCY COODS.
OUNS AND PISTOLS OF
ALL KINDS AND PRICES.
Goods shipped to any part of the country
er express. The same careful attention giv
n to orders by mall as to personal purchases.
'rices for our goods based on gold at par.
PO TNELY. TEIMBLE & CO.,
200 W. Baltimore Street,
Apr 5, 14-1y.
DR. J. . THOMPSON,
(Successor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Pool's store, on Main
All the old business left unfinished will be
:ompleted on the terms as before arranged,
md everything done in the best manner and
varranted. The patronage the public Is
Dec. 8, 48-tf.
NACQUEEN & RIECKE,
PROVISION & PRODUCE
[uve constanyt on hand and receiving
Bacon, Dry Salted Meats, Pork,
Lard, Beef, Flour, Sugar,
urchasers are requested to examine their
21 and 23 VENDUE RANGE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8-6m.
MR CURLESTON LINE
Freight and Passengers,
ro and from BALTIMORE, PHILADEL
PHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON, and
all the New England Manufac
TEREE TIMES A WEE ,
UESDAYS, TH UESDAYSand SATUEDAYS.
Fare from Newberry, -- - $25.50
THE SOUTH CAROLINA 1tAIT-ROAID CO.,
And connecting Roads West. in aflianee with
the Fleet of Thirteen First-Clutas is to
the above Ports, Invite attention to the Qik
rime sndl Regular Dispatch afforded to thebu
ne public in the Cotton States at the
PORT OP CEARLESON.
Ofrering faci!ities of Bail and Sea Transports.
tion for Freight and Passengers not equalfled in
tcellence and capacity at any other Fort.
S. B. PICKENS. Gen. Passenger and Ticket
At., S. C. Railrond.
ED. H. BARNWELL, Gen. Feht Agt., S.
C. . if. Apr19, 1>-ti.
T HE COTTON ST ATES
Life Insurance Company,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AT
M ACON, GEORGI A.
The business of this strictly Southern and
fome Company is confined by law to legiti.
mate Life Insurance alone.
Policies issued on all the approved mu
It also issues policies at stock rates, 25
per cent. under the mutual rates, but it
does not advise its patrons to insure on the
stock plan, it being very expensive in the
long run. It is known that dividends in a
good Mutual Company will average about
t per cent., especially at the South and
Wst, where investments bring good returns.
n per cent. of profits ozr the mutual
business divided annually among all the
mutual Policy-holders, without exception.
One-third loin on premiums given when
desired-interest charged only upon first
Where all cash is paid policies will be
come self-sustaining, that is pay out, and
have 50 per cent. added to their faces, that
is one-third more than the original sum in
Ample provision against forfeiture of
policies in the expressed terms of the con
The Company will always purchase its
policies at their cash value.
We offer the people of the State the same
financial scutrity as Northern Companies,
the accumulating premiums of the insured,
and in additio,n thereto a capital comn
mening with $500.00. Millions ef dol
lars annually have hitherto been lost to
the active circula'ion. of the South in pay
ment of premiums in N.,rthern Companies.
In beneits derived from the investments
made by these Companies in Northmern real
state and securities, our people can never
share on equal terms. Let us then sustain
our own I-ife enterprise and thus keep our
money and the p'rogts at home.
OFF1CEns AT ~x.CON, GEGIA.
WM. B. JOHNSTON............ President.
W M. S. HOLT.............Vce-Pesdent.
GEO. S. (JBEAR.............--..Secretary.
JOHN W. BUK E.......General Agent.
C. F. McCAY ..................-....Actuary.1
W. J. MA GIL L...uperintendent of Ageocies
JAMES MERtCER GREEN,.edial Eamier
The Cotton States Company is a Georgia~
and South Ca.rolinma Enterprise, and is a
ood Company, and is now fully identified
ih the interests of our people.
This State is ably represented in the gen
eral npnagemnent by South Carolina Direec
ors. * LAVAL & ABNEY,
eneral Agents for North & South Carolina.
W. J. Lkviz., Oficee: Columbia,.S. C.
H. W. AME~iY, M. D., of Edgefield.
Jan. 4, '71, 1-1y.
FOR YOUR MEALS
geB~reakfast Going Up and DmDCer
JaiGoing Down. il
CUSTOM macic pegged CALF
BOOTS. and warranted.
Money CaRnot BGy Itn
INA SIGHT IS PRICELFS!!
The Diamond Glasses,
U CPEER & 00,, . IY.
Wh .ch are .ow offered to th public. are pro
me,iCed b.'' all the celebrated Opticians
of t:'c World to be the
Natural, Artifici& help to the human eye e'r
They are ground unt r their Mt zuierviAt
from minute Crystal rhblc nelted toget r,
and derive their iame. 0I account
of their hardiness and brillk'1CY.
The Scientitic k'riciple
On which they are constructed brK'gs the core
or centre of the lens directly in froux of the eye,
prodjcin lar and distivet vision. P 'I th:e
nara hy sightcL preventim*. aun-I
pleasant sensations. such as glimmerin
wavering of sight, d izzinev, &c., peculiar 10al
thers in use.
nhy are Mounted in the Fines: Xanner.
In frames of the best quality, of aU materials
used for that purpose.
Their Finish and Durability
CAN-NOT BE SURPASSED.
CAurzox.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame -
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
Jeweler and Optician, is sole agent for
NEWEEREYI, 8. C.,
From whom they can only be obtained. These
goods are not supplied to Pedlers, at any price.
L E.4 THD,
On band and for sale by
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
NEW FAMILY SEWING MAChIlNE. is
now offered for sale on easy- terms, tat the
State Agency, No. 197 King St. Charleston, u
Silk, Thread, Needles and Machir'e Find
ings. of the best quality. Stitch ing done to
order. Genernl repairing executed.
T HE NEW MANUFACTURING MAClilNE,
Tailors and Boot Fi?tora, s the bost sa~ -the
Local and Traveling Agents Wanted.
Circulars and Samples on application.
Sewing Machine Agency!
19'I KTNG STREET,
P. W. & R. 8. CHICK, Agents,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Dec. 7, 40-'70-1y.
DR. E.GC. JONES,1
SURGEON DENTIST, I
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
front of Herald office.
I take pleasure in informing my friends d
and the pabhic generally, that nmy dental o
rooms are now open, and that I am pre
pared to execute all work in my piofession
in the most approved manner. a
I am determined to devute my enatire a
time and energy to my profession.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
I4.HO9D: 1 Row Los, How ~stortcl.
Just published, a new edi
t i o a of Dr. Culverwell's
Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure (without medicine) of Sperma
torrhea. 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
Price. in a sealed envelope, only (3 cents.
The celebrated author, iu this admirable
essay, clearly demonst:-ates from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internalj
edicine or the application of the knife
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himnself~ cheaply, privately,
This Lecture should he 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 cents, or
two post stamps.
Also. Dr. Calverwell's "Marriage Guide,
price 25 cents.
Adess the Publishers,
?HAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
-J.27 Bowery, New York.
Sep. 7, 36-ly. Post-Oficee Box 4,586.
.Coinmhia, S. C.
Robert Joyner, Proprietor. -
P. Hamilton Joyner. Clerk.
Of Board, per D3y........: 0
Supper, Breakfast and Lo-lging. .... 2 001 e
Single Mel1s...............- ')91
Sep. 8th, 1869. .
Charleston. S. C.
BOARD PER DAY - - - - 25
Mns 1. LT BDT'T' I..r[ :omi-res.
For restoring Gra
ts naturalVitality an
mned; aln bEdr eI
ims ofem, tog nod
iy its use. otin can -Msdome
mair where the, bie are
>r the glands strophieshW
t. h aS remA di :
ieflness by this p
>t fm1iig te lir WitY': --
nent,t-i will keep it clea and
[ta o:Ieenal- use wil prWe
irom turniiiig gray or fallig
onsequently prevent baldneM
!Iom those deleteriousi
:iakc some preparations
njricus to the hai, t&i
>ly benefit but not haft,
H AIR DRESSI
1othing else can be fond 90
Iontaining neither oil.nor
lot SoD::hU ~7M CaMblic,
ong on t.he Is givingt
ustre and a gra l perfume.
Prepared by Dr A L Gi 4
PRACTICAL AND ANALEMA
L WETM, LM.
For s.de by MOTT & TR
Sep. 7, '70-36-1y.
8 8 8 a4
TlHE !zCBSCRIBER has consta*
and a fuIlussortmeUt of the abovep
ases, of difkrent pattera, besid-es
if his own make, all of whiche s
o aruish at very reasoablI. ams,
romptness and despaidc.
Per,ont desirous of having case
ailrond will hare them sent fref
A Hearse is always- on-handAd =a
irnished at the. rate of $10 per day., -
Thankful for past patronage, Lhe..a*Jr
criber respectfuiry asks for a. coa
, the same, and assures the .pub-iw ri
,o effort on his part will bespared.oveW
he utmost satisfaction. -
A. t. CR& PJMI'
Newberry S. C.,.Jaly :3L . - .M
The:shseier takis p'%ssurebne
sash with and without
Glass, and BIinds
WtYery Moderate Rates!!
ANDREW C. CH APMAN,
Oct.'7 41 tf. Newberry- . H. S.
IMfPOR TANT XOTIC'E
ONSUMERS OF DRY GODS&
.11 Retail Orders amtounting to $11
and Over DeIvered In anyflpr W
of the Country
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
IAMILTON EASTER & SONS,
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
n order the better to meet the wants af Ier'
tetailI Cu.stomers at a distance, haveestabliheds
S A3IPL E BUR EAI,
ad will upon ~spp'ication, proiifly mend by
y mail full lines of Semples of the Newest and
ost Fashionable Goods. of FRI-3('H. EEG
.ISH and DO31EsTIC MANUFACrURE.gUm,
teeng at all times to sell.as lo C-o&at.
rices, than any house In the coinw~.
Baying our goods from thle in~et'm
elebrated mau facturers in th;e difmL-ent
rpe. and importing tile same by Stemad
act to Baltimore,ourstock isat all
y upied ilth the noveltles-of tht s4
As we buy and sell only for esh,and anme n
ad debta, we are able and willing to en ese
oode at- FEOX T' u os FxTEaBwd (EW.
V.88 PEOF0yr than ifwe. gtve credit.4. -~
In sendingftorsamplesspecify thekiindofgoota
esired. WeLkeep thebetegrades of ecr las
f goods, from the lowet to the motsti.
Orders tmeompaieG bj h4 casEvUbW e
PROMP-P'AY1NG WHOLESALE BUYEES
re invited to inspeet theStoek in- our JoM>bg~
ad Package Department. -Address-. -
H AMILTON, EASTE.R &r SONS.
197. 199. 201 and2 8 West Baltimoreiteet
Oct. 26, 42-1y, Baltimore, id.
4 Pages Reading Matter.
O Pages Adveratisesn.
ALKER, EVANS & COGS WEL
0. WYATT AMEN,
July i.;, 28-4f --
We have a largec lot of t1iis hig
pproved FFRTILIZER, wih
il sell on the YQost acco.
~rms. (Call on Rt. MOO
O.,-with. whom 'it i at