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They are not parted, tnough their feet
Have wandered far in different ways,
And though they nevur more may meet
On winter cves or summer das.
It matters not though realms divide,
Though boundless seas between them
For still, defyfng wind and tide,
Heart yearns to heart, and soul to soul.
They are not parted-only those
Are parted whom no love unites;
Their absence breaks not our repose
Who have no share in our delights;
They may be by our side, and still
As far from us as pole from pole,
Who lack the sympathetic thrill
Of heart to heart and soul to sou!.
A VERITALE F[S-FATER-They hae
in Garoline county, Maryland, a veritable
fire-eater named Coker, a colored man.
The Easton Journal says of h,
-Coker, the negro fire eater from Garo
line county, was in Easton, and was in
dued to give an exhibition of his fire
proof qualities. of which so much has
been said. lie lapped his tongue, sev
eral times on a red hot shovel, rubbed
the same hot shovel on the bottom of
his foot, and . poured inelted lead
into his hand, and thence ino his
imouth, where he let it remain un
til it hardened. There was no leger
demain about it-it was done im the
presence of a number of gentlemen im
tiediately around hin, and by whom he
%va&closely watched to prevent impo.
lion. A physician examined his mouth,
but could find no evidence of burns, or
that the heat had any effect upon him.
It is certainly wonderful, and an exam
nation of his skin worthy the attention
of scientific men.
NWno TALIAFEMRO Is?-Captain Talia
ferro, who lately "swore like our army
a Flanders," before the Ku Klux Co:m
mnittee at Washington, has been un
oRrthed at last. The Selma Times fouvd
imn first, and, according to the Times,
tere he is:
-We once knew a pziivzte in the Con
--der ate army by the name of Tali'Mferro.
ho hailed from Baltimore. who was a
camp follower atid skulker, and wh'
helped to niurder five Yankeer prisoneis
near Madison, Georgia, in November,
1864, and we would not be surprised if
this fellow was the very man. For h3.
sworn statements to the Outrage Coi
inittee are just in consonance with th,
head and heart of a man who wot!b:
cowardly take to the woods (tied) fiv,
prisoners, who had surrendered them
selves, and put a pistol to their head
and murder them. Only such a mal.
could so wilfully misrepresent h:s peo
CuRs ?Oft fEX A.u AGU.-The fol
lowing appears as a leading editorial ii
the Cleveland Hsald, and we give it foi
what it is worth
"We wish to give a very simple remne
dy for fever and ague, ard wish to em
p.hasize it by saying that it has, to our
- knowledge, proved very efficacious. I'
is sitnply common salt. A teaspoonful
-taken in water, and a teaspoonful de
posited inside each stocking, next the
foot, just as the chill is comning on.
That's all there is of it ; but knowing
that it has been very efficacious in
* breaking' a chill and perfecting a cure, w
put it in our editorial columns, where no
humbug remedy shall ever find a place,
if we know it."
RsdmPE FOR cot D ToMATo C.TsUP
-The following recipe, furnished to th.
* Lancaster Ledger, is highly recommended
and worthy of a trial:
Take half a peck of ripe tomatoec;
half a galloni of apple vinegar; one tea
-cup of salt , one tea cup of mustard s.eed.
* ground fine ; one tea cup of horse radish ;
four pods of red pepper;. three tabl'
spoons-fall of black pepper; one hand
full of celery seed. Let all the ingr
dients be cut fine and mixed cold. Put
the catsup immediately into bottles,
which should be corked and sealed se
curely. It will be ready for use in a
few days, but will improve by age.
A WoMANt AssAULTs HIER Ht-sAn
-wr A KNIFE.-Annie Speight nlee en
nedy was arrested yesterday, charged
with assaulting her husband with a
knife, with which she gave him several
cut.', wounding him severely in different
portions of the body. She wound up
her pleasant exercise by cutting openi
the bed, the featkers from which were
tying about promisc.uouslIy on Nutt
street, where thedifkcuty occurred. The
* obstreperous Annie was lodged in the
Giuard House and will probab!y have a
hearing this morning.
rNoth Carolina Star.
A writer in the New Orlcans Times
says that not many months ago, as a
gentlemnan was about to plunge into a
forest stream for a pleasant bath, he
,saw far down on the pebbly bottom nu
terrible sin.tulacrum of himself; lifeless
*-limnbs swaying with the tide ; a white,
drowned face, with staring eyes and blue
lips. It was but a secondi, and the
v.ision faded, but with a cold shiver h'
*turned away. A few~ weeks ago caime
the news of his death. He fell from the
deck of a vessel one stormy night in
*crossing the A tlantic.
TAL.UE 0? A NEwsrAER.--The fo!
lowing, which goes to show the value 'of
a newspaper, especially to a business
man, we take from the Hlorry (S. C.)
WArED.-We want to raise a club of
twenty-five or more subscribers, in this
county, to the Wilmington Daily Star.
We know of one man alone who has
made over fifty dollars this year by bor
rowing the Star to see the prices cur'
A HostE Tusrsr.-The following words
-*J &lmund Burke apply with aingular
rce and directness to the Radical State
~-ernment of South Garolina: "Taxing
* an gar,y business. Any projector
-.s contrive new impoositions. Any
e.,. r can add to the old. But is it
:-ther wise to have no other houuds
- u r impositions than the patience
-U:zose who are to pay them ?
A patient complained to his physician
that he was pursued by a ghost the night
before, as he was going hei from the
tavern. "What shape was it ?' asked
the doctor. "In the shape of a jackas.<"
snid the man. "'Go home replied the
physician, "and keep sober. You were
drunk last night, and frightened at your
Two young men of Long Island, were
turned out of church on Sunday night,
fo,r playing euchre on a young lady's
Ten thousand acres of land were sold
near Wiachester, last week, at ten cents
per acre. I: is a mountsin land neawiBy
THE Subcribers take pleasure in inform
ing their numerous friends and patrons h
the County of Newherry and elsewhere
that they are prepared with e'ery new an<
perfect appliance in their Carding Factor,
to turE, out satisfactory work. Our B.ittei
Machine for Mixing is perect and complen
in all respects.
Wcol left iith Mr. 8imnnis. at the New
herry Depot, will be hauled to our Factor,
tnd returned in an expeditious mianner
And any orders or directions conmitted t<
him will be satistactorily attended to.
Should our ctIstomers prefer visiting tht
Fac:ory they will find stables and lots foi
their stock, and every accommodation wil
be shown them.
R. S. & J. W. GOODGIONe
June 7, 23-3m.
Wagon Making, Repairing, &c
THE undersigned has opened a shop
halt a mile from Helena, (on G. & C. R. R.,
at Judge Lake's place, where he is pteparc<
to Shoe Horses, Lay Plows, Make and Re
pair Wagons, and do any kind of Woot
Work, either Agricultural, Mill or Domnesti
Work. Ie will also repair Cotton Gins.
Shoeing a Horse.................-$ 1-2(
Laying a Plow (owner furnishing iron,) 4
" he furni,,hinzg iron,). .. 4:
2 Ilo:se Wagon ni,h body. ........II5.ot
$ "ithout body......,100.0i
All other work in proportion.
All that is asked iQ a share of his friends
patro:ge. Call and see.
STEPIEN 'f. E. GRUBER.
Mar. 1, i-:f.
PAT. H. DUCKETT,
GU 1ND LOCKSMITH
CAN be foun I at Caro'in-i Manufacturinj
Company's Tin and Stove Sho), with a com
plete sto%!k ot
GUNS, PISTOLS & MATERIAl
in his line, and will REPAIR Gius, Pi
tols, all kirds of Locks, Umibreil bs, Para
sols, Castors, &c.
By doing good work at moderate prices
and being punctual to ny husiness, I h1op
to receive a liberal patronazo.
PAT. H. DUCKETT.
Mar. 1, 9-tf.
. wat.na5, Proprietor. Rt. H !tcD.m.:.o a co., Drugitm
& G un. Agsents. 'en Fran.io,Cal ,,ad 34 Commerce St. N.Y.
MIL L IONS Bear Testinsemy to tiheir
Wonderful Crative Elfets.
Vinegar Bitters are not a rile Faucy
Driuk, Made of Poor ittum, *Whisikey,
Proof S5pirits and ILefuseo Liquors, doc
toresd. spiced and sweetened to please the taste.
catted " Tonics,''" Appetizers." '*Restorers,' &c.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkennsess and ruin,
hut arc a true Medicine. made from the Nativ'e
Roots and Herbs or Califortia, free from all
Alcoholic Stianulants. They are the
ULtEAT BI,OOD PUILIFIEiL and A
LIFE GIVING PItLNCIPI.E, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the System, carry
ing oif all poisonous mnatter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directions and remain Iong
unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed
by minerat poison or other means, and tihe vital
organs wasted bcyond the p.oint of repair.
They nre a Gentle Purgative as well
an a Touie, possessing, also, the peculiar merit
of acting as n powerful a:rent in relieving Ceonges
ton or Innammutation of the Liver, and of all the
FOIL E3[A I.E CO31llAlINTS, whether
in young or old, married or single, at thbe dlawn of
woaanhood or at the turn or life, these Tonic Bit
tes have no equal.
F14or intlaemumatory and Chironic ILheu
mntisma and Gout, Dy'spepsia or In
digestion, BilIous, Rteaistent and
Intermittent Ftever., Diseases of tho
Blood, iver, KI(dney's nnd Biladder,
these liitters have been most sucecessfuzl. Such
Disenses are caused by 'Itlrated Blood,
which is generally produced by derangemnent of
the D)igestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OIL INDIGESTION,
Hecadachre, Paini in the Shiouldeis, Conghsi, Tight
ness of the Chest. Dizziness. Son.r Eructations of
the Stomach, Baid Taste in the Month. Bilious
Atacks. 'atpitation of e Hleart. In,fammatO.n of
the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other p,ainful symptoms are the off
spritngs of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpid Liver and Bowels, which. render themx of
unequ:d!ied erfieacy in cleansing the blood of all ima
purities, and imparting new life and vigor to the
FOIL SK IN DISEASES, Eruiptions,Tetter.
Salt Rtheum. Blotches, hipots, Pimnples. Pustules,
Boils, Carbnncles, R.ing-worms. Sea'd Head. Sore
EvesErysipelas. Itch. Scurfe, Dirolorations of the
Skin, Hiumors anid D)iseases of the Skin, of what
ever name or nature, arc literally ang tup an" ca
ri' d out of the st'em in, a r-hort time by the use of
these Bitters. O)ne bottle in such cases will con
vince the most incredulous of their curstiveeffect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whesnever you find its
impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples.
Bruptions or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it
obstructea and sluggish int the veinas; cleanse it
when it ia foul,and yonr feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system
PIN, TAPE, anid other WORLMS nrking
in thc system of t,o many thousanids,re effectually
dstoyed :nd remuoved.
SOLD BY !ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEA,LERS.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. HI. McDONALD &
CO., Drugists and Gen. A gents. San Francisco,
Cal., and .e anid si Commerce Street. New York.
Jute 28, 26-'7-ly.
A [ARtI ARIVL
Of the Most Approved
Which we will sell on the most
We invite an examlin ation of then
both as to character and price.
RI. MO00R3AN & Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HiE PROPRIETOR rakes pleasure in at
J. rouncing that this elegantly furnishe
Establiehments is now open for the accon
modation of guesrts. The rable will alway
be supplied with every delicacy of the ses
son-both ft-am New York an~d Charlesto
Markets. arnd no eff'orts will be spared
give perfe'ct satisfaction, in every respect,t
Jan 1 WM. GORMAN.
Next door to Pollock's Restaurant.
Columbia. S. C.
IWillShave, Shampoo, Trim and Dye,
To 3tit the mo--t fastidionte.
R. R. R.
RADWIAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
NOT ONE HOUR
efter reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WIr PAIN
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CURE
FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and is
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
that Instantly stops the most excruciatin; pains,
allays Inflammations, and cures Congestions,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other
glands or organs. by on, :pplication,
IN FROM ON E TO TWENTY NI3NUTES.
no matter how vio!ent or excruciating the pain
the R IEU31A UIC. Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTAN1 EASE.
INFLAX31AI'lON OF THE KIlDNEY.
INFLA3131'I1ON OF THit liLA)DER.
INFLAMMATION OF TlHE BOWE1.S.
CON;E--TION OF 'HE LUNGS.
ORE TIIROAr. DIFFICULT BREATIING.
PALIIrATI() OF rHE HEART.
HSTERI C:.OU. PI'TIElIA.
HEADACHE, JrTlOO ACfiE.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CtILLS.
The :pplication of the leadv te'ief to the part
or parts where the paiu or didculty exist will ar
ford ease sad comfort.
Iwenty drops in halfa tumbler of water will
in a few moments cure CRAMPS. SPASMS.
SOUR STOMACH, HEARTBURN. SICK
IEADACHE. DIARRHEA. DYSENTERY.
COLIC. WIN) IN ruE BOWELS. and all IN
I TERNAL 1AINs.
Travellers should always carry a :ottle of Bad
way" Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
water will prevent sickness or pains from change
of water. It is better than French Brandy or
Bitters as a stimula-nt.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVi-R AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in this world that
will cure Fever and A:ue. atid all other 31ila
rious, Bilious, Scarlet. Typhoid, Yellow.and other
Feverq.aided by RADWAY'S lILLS so quick
aq RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents
- STRONG AND PURE RICH BrOOD-IN
CREASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT
CLEAR SKIN AND BEAU1IFUL COM
FLEXION SECUIED 'o ALL.
tLi 31ADE THE SIOST ASTONISHING
CURF4; SO QUICK. 80 RAI'lD ARE TIlE
CHANGES TIlE BODY UNDERGOES,
UNDER THE INFLU NCE CF THIS TRU
LY WONDERFUL 31EDIO'INE. lAT
Every Day an Increase In Flesh and
- WeIght Is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Ev.r drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE
NOLVENT communicates through the Blo..d,
Sweat. Urine. at,d other fluids and juices of the
o system the vigor of life. tor it repairs the wastes
of the body with new and sound material -
Scrofula, hyphilis. Consumption. Glandular dis
ase. Ulcers in the throut, Mouth. rumors, Nodes
in the Glands and other parts of the system, Sore
Eves, Strumorout rischar.-es from the Ears, and
I he worst forms of Skin diseases. Eruptions. Fe
ver Sores. Scald Ilead, Ring Worm. Salt Rhen m,
1-rysipelhs. Acne Black Spots, Worms in the
Flesh. Uumors. Cancers in the Womb. and all
w.-keniig ai-d pin;ul discharges. Night Sweats,
Loss of Sperm and all wastes of the life princi
ple. are within the curative range of this wonder
..t Modern f'hemistry. and a few days' use will
prove to any person using it for either of these
forms of disease its poteit power to cure them
If the patient, daily bec.-ming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition that is continally
progressing, succeeds iW arresting these wastes.
and repairs the same with new material made
!rom healthy blood-and this the SARSAPA
i'ARILLIAN will and does secure-a cure is
certain; for when ot:ce this remedy commences
it- work of purification. and succeeds in dimiti
i-hiu-- :he loss of wastes, its repairs will be rap
id, nd every day the parient will teel him":lt'
4rowing better and stronger. the food digesting
.:.wtter. appetite itnnroving, and fl -sh and we!gL:
-Niot.o.ly doesthe SARSAPARILLIAN IZEsOL
vxsT excel all known remedial ag nts in the cure
eif Chronic. Scrofulous. Constitutionsal, and Skin
dieenses; but it is the only positive cure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
U'rinary, and Womb diteases. Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy. Stoppage of Water. Incontinence otf
Urine. Bright's Disease. Albumninuria, anid in all
cases where there are brick-dust deposits, or the
water isathick, cloudy. mixed with substances
ike the white of an egg, or threads h;ke white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appetar
atace, and wfhite bone-dust deposits, and whent
r here is a pricking, burning sensatiotn when pass
ing water, and pain in the Small of the Back and
along the Loins
DR. RAD WAY'S
PERIFECT PURG~ATIVE PILLS,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
zum, purge, regulate. pnrify. cleanse, and
1str engthen. Radway's P'ills. for the cute of tall
disorders of the Sto'mach, Liver, Bowels, Kid
neys. Bladder, Nervous Disea-es, Headache.
'oustioation, t'ostiveness. Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, Biliousness. Bilious Fever, Ita immution of
thle Bowels. l'iles, and all Derangements of thte
Internal Viscera. Warranted to effetct a positive
cure. P'urely Vegetable, containing no mercury.
mnineral.. or deleterio,u< drugs.
[[ Observe the foll'nwing symptons r esulting
fro-n Disoidets of the Digestive Orgalit:
Constipation. Inward 'i les, Fall ness of the
Irood in the Head. Acidity of the Stomach.
Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust of Food, Fullness os'
'Veight in the Stomach. Soar Eructations, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach.
wimming of the Head, Hurried and Diffcult
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free
the system from all the above named disorders.
t'rice. 25 cents per Box. SOLD BY DRUG
RtEAD "FALCE AND TRUE.'' Send one
letter-s amp to RIADWAY & CO., No 87 Maid
en Lane, New York. Informatiott worth thous
ends will be seat you. July 5, 27-ly.
A New, Safe, and Equitable Plan
OF sECURING TIlE
Benefits of Life Insurance
TO THE MASSES.
l'he Commonwealth 00-operatli e Co.,
13S Chambers St., New Y1ork.
Capttal $100,000. Charter Perpetual.
The OBJECT of this Company is to furni'h
to ail healthty persons a mode for providing
for their families atfter death, and still h:ive
he use < f their money Utn ii it i-: needed for
the pavmenlt of losses, and then in euch
m'iall<"ums that all persons-the poor man
as5 well as the' rich-can avail themselves of
An eson fifteen, and not over stxty
years old, of sounid body anid mind, tmay be,
came a member of this Compatny by paving
1in admission fee of Ten Dolhiars, an annual
duoe of 1-wvo Dollars ott thet first day of .Jinu
nary in each year and One Dollar and Ten
Cents for each dethl of a member in the same
They are by the Company placed in divi
sione limited to 5,000 members, of about tl"M
HOW TO JOIN.
Send to the Comoany or any of its agents,
. and get Circulars with full particulars, and'
blank Applications for membership, which
You can filll out and return with admitrane
fee. and (if accepted) a Certificate will bei
made out and sent you by m til, which se
curer, to your heir" as many dollars as there
are members in your divicion at the time of
The Officers and Directors arec
ORRIN FRINTK, Pre'.ident.
I.JONATH AN S CHIRISTIE, Vice-President.
9L. N. CL ARK. Secretarv.
GEO. W. BRAINE.RD, Treasurer.
C IDGE WM D. VEEDE.R, Brooklyn, N. Y.:
-G A. HOBARt', E-q., Paterson. N J.
C. A. SPRAGUE. Brooklyn, N. Y.
May 24, 2-6m.
W. L. GOURDINE,
dRespectfully announces that he is
Iprepared to cut and fit gentlemen's
suits to their entire satisfaction. Hav
Sine had a large experience in the tail
*orine 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 makingesack coot...........4 00
To cut and make pants...............2 00
To cut and make vest............2 00
To cut and make walking cont......5 00
To cut and make fine black frock coat.. S 00
ro cut snit of clothes. ........ 1 O'0
EE AT S,
He & W, .8 IFFIELDIS.
W E have now in store a very large
stock of the above goods, and we as
sure our customers that we have nev
er before been enabled to offer them
so CIIOICE 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.
Arc decided to be the best fitting
We make the finest custom garments
made in this State. Call and examine.
R. & We C, SWAFFIELD,
Apr. 5, 14-tf. COLUMBIA, S. C.
PAUL B. LaLAN. E. P. LiROUSSELIVRE.
PAUL B. LA!.ANE & CO.,
AUC TIO, 1T
171 4AST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IEFEW% NcEs.-Messrs. Hart & Co.. 3lcLnv &
Rice. Messrs. Weagner & 3tonsees. Mr. J. Com,
miri, F J. Roberts, Discount Clerk. l'eopie's
National Bank. May 3,18-Gm.
DR. H. BAER,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 131 31EETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-tf.
MILLINEUY STH CK
In the up country and receivinug dai addi
ions b' Ex press, at
A pr. 28, 17-tI' D. MOWER'S.
Special Book Notice.
Fogartie's Book Depository.
WE are offering great indlucemrents to
Book buyecrs'. The whole of our large aind
choice collection of Bocks, consisting of:
TEOLOGIGAL AND MISCE.LLANEOU.h
BOOKS, S. S. LIBRARY BOOKS,
AND JUVENILE BOOKS,
havec been arrangcd and marked doa'n in
accordance with the reduced prices of
Northern oubi shers.
WVe offe:r fo.r the next sixty days thre fur
ther inducemuent of a liberal discount on all
prchaes of Books nmiounting to F[IE
DOLLAR4 and upwards. Our STrO(;K oF
B3t OKS cons is:s of all the latest and hea
edtosof STANDARID AND) MEW PUB
OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT
is particularly rich in good Books for the
~We have recently made large additions
to our stock of BIBLES. Thze prices are
greatly reduced. We are nowr offering an
unsutily large vuriety of English and
American Family Bibles, Pocket Bibles,
an d the Episcopal Prayer Book, at extreme
ly low prices
We are Special Agents for several Sun
dav School Publishinig Houses, and have on
hand supplies of their publicationis.
All varieties of STATIONA RY, and a full
assortment of SCHOOL BOOKS.
Our Store is so arran,ged L.lat v,sitorS can
examine the stock at their leisure. The
price of each book is ma'rked so as to afford.
pu rchasers every 'rcility.
87Persons residing in the country will
p!eae bear in mind that by sending their or
ders to us for any books published in A mer
ia, they will be chatrgedi only the price of thC
bok. We pay for the postsge or express.
FO'ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
No. 280 KING S l'REE' r, (in the bend),
CIlARLESCON. SOUJTH CAROLINA.
A pril 26, 17-li.'
ATTORNEYS A T LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The undersigned have formed
Co-partnership in the practice of th<
Law, and can be found at their offic<
in the building of the "Newbcrry
Bank," front room, up stairs.
T HOMAS S. MOOR MAN,
OSBORNE u. SGCH UMPERT.
Feb. 22, 8-tf.
MILL IN ERY !
3MY stock of the above goods is
Consisting of most all of the
OF THE SEASONI
And at somewhat
Thn last year.
Give me a call and see for your
A pr. 5, 14-tf.
15 Barrels genuine
On hand and for sale by
MAVES & MARTIN.
The undersigned in offering tl
to the Planters of Newberry. feel co
fident that its quality is fully equal
the best Fertilizers now manufacture
This being the first year of its sal
they cannot furnish any testimonia
of its merits ; but feel assured th
when once fully tried, it will becon
the favorite fertilizer in the South.
Planters are regniested to send
their orders as promptly as possible,
Mayes & Martin,
Agents at Newberry, S.
Feb 15 7 tf
ICTORlA TONIC BITTER
IFOR THE CURE OF
:4yspepsia, lgiie and Feve
Billious Diseases, Gene
ral Debility, and ail -
Impurity of the
It excites health'y appetite invicoral
:he Digestive Organs, is devoid of all t
dreadful poison-Fi:sil Oil, and imparts
most agreeable, waring and cordial efft
to the Stomach. It e.hilarates the spiri
relieves pain, and is im est wonde.lully e
eacions in all debiiitie- andi irregularities
Females. It will prove a positive prevent
in all .MALARIAL CONTAMINATION.
MOTTE & TARRAN'
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
M ar. 15, 11- tf.
800THIN G 00RDIA
Invaluable in Teething. and Summer Cc
plaints of Children. Cures
And other Diseases, incident to the peri
Unlike the "Soothiing Syrups," now
widely used, this CORDIA L contains
Or other injurions Drug. It is composei
rhe very best materials, and shouldl
round in evr usr.The best ph:
eiansa recomminend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CIIAR LESTON, S. C.
ggrFor sale by MOTTE & TA RRA)
Newberry, S. C. May 3, 18-tf
MANI LEA ROP]
Suitable for well ropes.
For sale by
Greenville &~ Columbia Railroa
COr.UMBIA, S. C.. March 1, 1871
1On and after Wednesday. March 1. the loll<
ing Schedule will be runa daily, Sundays
cepted. connuectin. with Night Trains on So
Carolitan Road, up and down, also with Tra
gongSoth on Charlotte, Columbia and Aug
Ienrec Columbia............. .-...... 7.00 a
-Aiston...................... 9.10 a
I Belton................. .....5 I
Leave Greenville...................6.1 a
- Belton...................... 8.05 1
- Cokesbury....................10 0,
"Abbeville.... .............. S.15
"Newberry................. 1.0 I
"Als'on... .................. 4.05 I
Arrive Columnbia................. 5.55 1
I HlOS. DODA31EAD, Gen'i Sup
31. T. BARtTLErr, Genera] Ticket Agent.
ISouth Carolina Railroad Compan
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9,187
ON and after SUNDAY, the 11th instant. I
senger Train's upon this Ronad will arrive
eave as fllIows:
XAIL, ANiD PAaSrSNGER TRAIx.
Leave Columbia at .................... 7.401
Arrive at Charleston at.................. .20
Leave Charlestoni at ....................8.2'
.Arrive at Colum bia at................. 401
IGHT iE Piu@-. PREIGHT AND ACCOxx0]
ITION TRtAIN, [Sundays excepted.I
Leave Columbia n.................... 7.50
Arrive at Charleston at................6.45
Leave Charlest ni at ......................10
A rrive at Columbia at. ... ......... ..6.0
ICamnden Accommoda(ltioni Train will conti,
t run to Columbia as form:.rly-Mondaysl, W
nedays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER. Vice-Presiden
S. B. PICKENS, General licket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R.
CotUMBIA, S C., Jute 8. 187:
ON and after SUNDAY, June 11, the I
senger trains over this Road will run as follo
Train No. 1. Train N<
Leave Augusta...... 325 A M. 6 00?P
Leave Columbia...8 09 A. M. 11L00 P.
Arrive Charlotte. . . 2 35 P. M. 5.20 A.
Leave Charlotte...7.4' A. M. 8.00?P.
Leave Columbia....2.30 P. M!. 2.25 A.
Arrive Augusta.......7.50 P. M. 7.30 A.
No. 1 frain daily. No. 2 Train daily. Sunda
excepted. Bothb trair.= make close connection
alpints North, Sout b and West. No I.Tr:
maes close connection at Richmond for irg
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked
all principal points.
Standard Tame--Washingtoni City Time.
E. P' ALENANDERt. Sup'i
E. R. DORSEY, General Freight and Tic
Agent. June 23
Summer Schedule Spartanburg and Un
To Commence 29th May, '871.
IDOWN TRAIN. UP TRAI
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Lea
Spartanburg.... 58 ..
Bateville 6.006.) 45
1Pacolet ....... 6. 6.13 44
Joesville.6..... 6.48 4.
Unonville..... . 7.51
Santuc........ 8.20 8.5 23
Fih Dam...... . 8 45.1
Lyles' Ford .... .
IStother.... 06.10..0.1..10 05
T '. 5EE .25ese
6.001. 53 .
SPRING TRIDE. 1
o Complete sets from S3 to S20 per set.
All the different kinds at reduced prices.
Of every description.
For ladies and gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS.
CUNS AND PISTOLS Or
to ALL KINDS AND PRICES.
e' SPORTSMEN'S GOODS.
Goods shipped to any part of the countr3
at per express. The s:ime careful attention riv
len to orders by mail as to personIl purchases
Prices for our goods based on gold at par.
POULTNEY. TRIMBLE & CO.
200 W. Baltimore Street,
Apr 6, 14-1y. BALTIMORE, 0
c DR. J. R. THOMPSON
(Successor to Dr W. B. McKellar.)
S Offiee over McFall &Pool's store, on Mail
All the old busine.ss left unflnished will b
completed on the terms as before arranged
and everything done in the best manner an
warranted. The patronage u the public f
respectful Dy solicited.
Dec. 8. 48-tf.
21Aan 23EENDUE RNE,K
i PROVISION & PRODUCE
rave constantly on hand sd reeivin,
Bacon, Dry Salted feats, Pork,
Lard, Bef o, OSSuar,
Purchamers are requested to examine thei
21 snd 23 VENDUE RANGE,
QHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8-6m.
THE SHARLE TON LEN
h Freight and Passengers,
imTo and from BALTIMORE, PHILADE]
PHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON, and
all the New England Manufac
I . Ctirn . -
iSd TUDYS GeURSDAsserandATDAY
Fare Apr.eber, -2 $5t
** THE U COTON SATESA 0.
Lif coninsroads est in alanwi
The lieet of thi Fistr-Clas Sotenanis
te above Pnoranvie atttont teu
iim sdegular Dilpathe aporded e u
iofnessI pulic inte policie Satestc rates,
mi lorng run.Iltis kown Ra adviSed irnrt
ion or Freighl Cany willengerge eqaot
excellenrcen. capacitily at n ther Soth.a
S. B.st PICEN , i Gtents brisnge anod rTurn
AI .( pe n. ofRairofisontendi
ED H.itia BARNW-olErL, Ge.wight Axeti.
L eired-inrstrnc omponyfi
coTh elfusining.o thtis rcty outer an
SiL.Hme Com pr cnfied b a to l ae,t
t. matedLf. nuaneaoe
>n- policies isse l the approved tem tecmt
ns I lise poliies at theockcrates,lue
doe nofftdile ipos te Saereon t
m tcnai. biaca erin asvterpnsive inith
t.hen reun is;n knowniuo thad.iend itnue
mlaoo Mtiual Comany ilere aot
Sth er cn., pcilly at o the South ipan
90nerct of pr fit onthe omati
tInbnes dived annuallyeamong alleth
I mutade boy-th odes wilothoterncei -
__ ethir d secitiounepreum civn ne
t. hre alql tes. s ptohcesnwilltb<
cour oseLfestenn,thatrise atuske outa
I, isone-third moe prftsat thoe.iialsmi
ndpoicie B. JOhexST ed.term..of.thesicor
i.2 w oice t hi cashLT vaue....iersd
2 We offe theIL.peendn of aeuisa
H- financia 1Ecity GasN,.rthenc Comaninc
The Cotultong praeCmpanyms of theie
ty and inut aoina theroa canitascr
goo omars an. hand iheow fulyeenlotft
. th ative intrests' of thou th eop a.1
Thiette pmis n .rern Companhege
G.I eneit derits frot & t investmna
made by J Lts COmpices inNorthern. re.
esta andY secuitie, our Edepeolda.n
Jarn 4,ua71term. Ltuhnssa
aF RS YOU MACNERGALS
W J. BOTS and L....Srntedn fAece
ForisSate iby rpetd. MOWtER.e
Money Cannot Buy It!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!!
The Diamond Glasses,
. F, SPENCER & 00., N. Y.,
Which are now ofrered to the public. are pro
nounced by all the celebrated Opticians
of the World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eye eve:
They are ground under their own supervision
from minute Crv.tal Pel-bles, melted togethpr
and derive their nam.e, -Diamond," on accoun
of their hardiness and brilliancy.
The Scientiic Principle
On which they are constructel brings the cor
or centre ofthe let.s directly in front of the eye
producing 2 clear and distinct vision. as in ti
natural, healthy sight, ai.d preventing all un
pleisitnt sen.tions. tuch as glimmering ant
wavering of sight, dizziness, &c., peculiar to al
others in use.
They are Mounted in the Fines Manner,
In frames of the best quality, of all material
used for that purpote.
Their Finish and Durability
CANN(T BE SULHPASSED.
CArTtO.N.-Ns ne genuine un less bearing thei
trade mark stumped on every fra me.
J. W. MONTCOVeERY,
Jeweler and Optician, Is sole age.*At for
NEWBERRY', S. C.,
From whom they can only be obtained. Th!
goods are not supplied to Pedlers, at any I- rXe
L E.4 T_HER
On hand and for sale by
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
k NEW FAMILY' SEW ING MACHINE.
-now offered for sale on easy termns, at ti
State Agency, Nto. 197 King Sr. Charletoi
- Silk Thread, Needles andi Mach ine Fin<
n ing. of~ the best quality. Stitching done
Iorder. General repatiring executed.
tITHE NEW MANUFACrUR[NG MAClU N]
_Tailors and Boot Fitters, is the best in tI:
Local and Traveling Age'nts Wanted.
Circulars and Samples on application.
Sewing Mach'ne Agency
197 KING STREET,
ICH ARLESTON, S. C.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK, Agents,
NEW BERRY, S. C.
Dc 7, 49-'70-1y.
DR. E. C. JONES,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
nRooms over Mr. Mower's store, and II
front of Herald office.
I take pleasure ini informing my friend:
-and the public generally, that myr deill
drooms are now open, and that I amii pre
tpared to exeute all work in my professiot
in the most approved mannier.
I amt determined to devotre my enltirt
ftime and energy to my professin.
IJan. 12 2 tf.
E.H00D: WHw 14. Ho0w llstord
C Just published, a new edi
.t i o n of Dr. Culverwell':
I, " Celebrated Essay on t h a
radical cute (Without medicine) of' Spermas
torrhe;t. or SeminIl Weak-ness, Involuntara
SSeminal Losses. Impotency, Mental arie
riage, etc :also, Con-umption, Epilepsy
and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sex:
untl ex ravagance
IPrice. in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
rThe celebrated author, in this admirabbi
2essay. clearly demonstrates from a thirt.'
year..' successful practice, that the alarmin;
con-equrnees of' selft-abuse may be radicall1
cured wi:hout the dangerous use of interni
maedicin.- or the application of the knife
pointing out a mo'le of cure at once simple
certain, and effectual, by mcans of whtici
every sufferer, no0 matter what his conditiot
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
Thtis Lecture should be in the hands oi
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a platin envelope to ant
address, postpaid on receipt of six cents, 01
two post stamps.
Also. Dr. Calverwell's "Marriage Guide,'
price 2.5 cents
CHAS.J C. LINE& CO.,
127 P Bwer, NwYork.
Sep. 7, 36-17. Post-Office Box 4,.586
Columbia, 5. C.
- Robert Jov~ner, Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Joyner, Clerk.
Of Board, per Dav.............$3 (I0
Supper, Breakfast and Lodging.. S 0
Single Meals.................. ; --- 0
~Sep. 8th, 1869.
30ABD PEE DAY - - - - $25
MEs. HI. L. BUTTERFIELD, Proprictress.
Ayer's Cherry recenaI.
For Diseases of the Tbrod =d LUV8
such as Coughs, Colds, WhO&
Cough, Bronchitis, AstMS,
p feJibly never before in the whole histo of
has ny hin wo sow1delY
dcejl npn heconfidence of Tnt*Dd :
excelIent remedy for pulmonary
Through a long series of years, and am
of the races of men it has risen bigher and
in their cstimiation, as it has becomeberM
Its uniform character and power to cur tha
rious affections of the u and tod.m
niade it known as a relae oe ctrsUi
thei. nhi!q adapted to milder forms
and to onng children, it is at the same isse he
most eTectual remedy that can be given forbcip
ient contumption, and the dangerous &9cdcas
oftetra r lungs. As a prorLblon spina~
hand in every family= deed as all ae soe*
tinmes subject to colds and coughs, all should be
PrOvided with this antidote for them.
Al.ough *ettled Coxem3atEU s~~
cuir. nnbr of s x6%2
ctrble, ,till greatnmbrofcs wS4
discase :5eemed *ettled, have bam enaffate
cure.l, and the p2tient restored % t;
by the Cherry J'ectoal. So complete s.fts
nia-ter over the disorders of the ad
Throat' that the noa obbtinate of them = 1L
VV hen nothing el,;e could reach them under the
i-h-ry Pectoral they subside and a VW.
S:2jers mad Public Speakers Mrea
Pr Arays relieved and often rboUy
etilc(l by it.
Pro)-ch il; is genTly cmred by tak ge
Cerrd P,ectoral in sinall and 6requent d&SZ.
So genertiliv ure ;tai YbMues known, flixt*s
nee4l 11kt piull:ilmI tcult11itt" of them ksme or
do inore t.1 iCSUD L;ur * public that its quanm a
are ialy :naitaiied.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
I F-r Fever and Ag:.ae InternittOn
Ill2d Fever, Iemittent Fev
Ague, Periodtsl or Bilious F
n-n indeed all the affection$ w!
fr!n m2Lrious, marsh, or '"m &W
A4 il n:me implies, it does Cure, anddoes$
r. fh. Cunta"ning neither Ar*eme, Qaia,M
111tu;.. Zie, nor any other mineral orpWgd -
sbi%n, e %&t Irvever, it in nowise jje- a"y
tient. The r.n-zzialr and importanmrf %teM
ge:e:wc -e:ts, a4lrdtera f
< V.0.- :l.ie i . 1;W In.'rea-iss
im .mi. w:. we receive of theradkdtyli
d:..cti:mate cs, and where othernin.
I .-.:tied' persois, either red*nt ;
itr:n ' i:satic lccsjitW%-Woc U
AG 7), CVtZddly.,
lo-~ .i-r C:omplarints, arising frmelA .
i * he I.ver, it is.-M excelent remedy,,,,,
: atim be zw l1-er in.o liealthv aciv.
j.or lMrs:t werders anid LiverCspa ,l
n rik.n remnitly, proftci2g way
r' - rb. cures, where other
,ai ,riL P::. ., C, ATEI a CO., ptatu
and m. xn::lyUs:dfcintS LOWL, a
old a rourd the world.
F".c , $1.00 PEIR BoTz.
For sale %y MOTTE. & TAh -
Sep. 7, '7y 6-l7.
Fisk's Melallic Ml. km
THE SUBSCRIBER lia coniid d
haid a fuli assortment of the above spple
eases, of different patterns, besidex dui
ot his o wo make, all of which be is pipue
to furnish at very reasonable rates, Withr
promptncs.- and despatch.
Person, desiro4s of having Cases set br
railrOad will have thein sent free of chs..
A Hearse is always on hand and WI41W
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past ptronage,.the
scriber respectfully askq for a continuad
of the same, and assures the public tbs
no effort on his part will be spared to render
rhme utmost satisfaction.
- A. C. CH APMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
-The subscriber take.e pleasure in annonne
ing to thij- comumunity that, having made
.11 l ncssary airra'nlgemenits, he will be able
to fu rnish
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Verv Moderate Rates !!*
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CIIAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tf. New berry C. H.,S. '.
CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS.
.All Retail Orders amounting to $W
and Over Delivered In any Part
or the C'ountry
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
HAMLTON EASTER & SONS,
inOF BA LTIMORE, MD.,
Iorder the better to ineet the wants of thei
Retail Cu'tom.:ers at a di.,tance, have established a
SAdM PLE RBUI E A U,
and will upon applicatiou, promptly send by
by mil~i full lines of Semples '/the Newest and
rnot Fushinnamble G..od.. of FRE~NCH. ENG,.
prices. t han any house in the co ntry.
1ttivin our goods from the Islas and mnoat
celebrated manuifacturers in the dui ermnt patts of
Eurntw. anid importing the same by Stesmers di
rect to Ba it:mnre,our stock is at aul times prompt
ly suppiled with the novelties of the London anl
Pas ria ;narkets.
Ars we buy aid sell only for eash, and inakejo
bad debt, we a re able and willing to sel.la -~
oods at ro.4 TEN To Fmrrsi.u Pita Cxl.T,
Lss PRoPIT :h:n if we gave credit.
In, sending for samples specif the kind ofgoeds
desired. WVe keep the beet grades of ey class
of goods. from the lowest to the most v.
Ordes uaccmpaiedby theceash wihibesnt
IPROMPr-PAYING WHOLE-ALE BUTEES
ar nd Packao Dpartmenit. Address
liAMILTON. EASTER & SONIS,
197, 199. 20l1 and 2 3 West Baltimore Street,
Oct. 26. 43-ly. Baltimore. Md.
64 PagesV eaigMaIer.
30 Pages Advertiseents.
WALKER, EVANS & COGS WELL,
0. WYATT AIKEN,
CHA RLES TON, S. C.
July 13, 28-tf.
We have a large lot of 'this highi
aproved FFRTILIZER, whichz we~
Iwlll sell on the most accomm'
terms. Call on R. MOORMAN
C.,-with whom it is stoed
Pe. W.&2 .