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Morn lift, from her blue eyes
The white elo'nds of her eyelids, and her
Is laden vet with dreame, the mysteries
Of life that mrnimics death.
The gleaming skies invest
A worl.I yet drowsy with the shdets of even.
V,rtl, iike a hahc upon its mother's breast,
Sleeps in the ar:ns of heaven.
AwAk-! the clarion bird
That heralds the return of light and life,
By the shrill battle-cry, distinctly heard,
Calls to the d.tily strife.
Up, up ! The war-drum beats!
Now let the reverent prayer be biefly
For labor is petition, and entreats,
"Give us our daily bread."
Give, not alone the crust
That forms our grosser nature's fitting do'e;
We ask, 0 Fsther, dust indeed for dust,
Life for the living soul !
Give the true heart and high,
That thrill. in danger with emotions grand,
And struggles bravely for the gifts that lie
It the dark angel's hand.
Give the untirirg mind,
That .eks rich treasures in the mines of
Yielding with open hands to all mankind
The gold eo dearly bought.
Gr ve p-itience, that unfurls
Her waiting sail upon the tide of veart,
Where the slow oyster moulds to gleaming
Its wealth of hidden tears.
Give us dear human love.
Much can we yield to time's devouring
Buit may we find, like Noah's war'dering
The olive-leaf we crave.
Give the flee hand that sows
The bro:ad1 dom1ain where many a neighbor
When, in its white and beautiful repose,
The bearded harvest sleeps.
Then from the ecotquered soil
fhat th ist tree of life once more ari.e,
Till the heart sings amid its daily toil
Thq nitic of the skies!
:A%-n article in the May number of
Rome and Health, on "the health
-)j,wemni," by Judia Colman, has
he .i!!owing good advice:
Bo sure to retire early. Dio
. i says that he has found this
rak Zcsolute-ly indispensible in
.his -ahool for young ladies.
.\1any ma mvdd and matron has
robbei ,4-crself of early bloom and
zrowniTh.n an d wor~n for lack o.
an hoirre-:r tw a more sleep before
m ridnight. Soi ne take this time to
aeA~d after the children and bus
I tand hiavertired, saying is "tall
theb timecsVer can get." Others
think tarmoussar y to devote these
hoza g .be0r se' 7ing. I know one
sosw.can who always will
n or sittin g up to -finish
.g me ni early done and
erl.r ceah has. she paid for this
-n ofra.naing o ff," as her fami
Sfatend4y ealt it. But if time
nmust-bte.tx fro-m sleep fcr such
~purposs se is botter to take it in
;the moro:'g. S;2eh a change of
hours -.ehsald be mnade gradually.
but w:hken made it, pays well.
Nine,selock is a good hour for
all b:r' woking women to go to
bed, <but it' yotu gr-ow sleepy go
*earlie-r. Above all things we
shot-ld isot allow ourselves to nod
or dom before retiring. Of ahi
forlorni jnoments in one's lIfe, I
kno w of none so utterly desolate
as that which comes to the person
'who must itwa.ke up and go to
bed." Besides an imperfet night's
rest often follows such indulgence,
and the subject rises already
wecarv before commencing the
work" of' the day. A nap in the
middle of the day it it be not too
long, will be of' 'dteided benefit to
the tired woman. The great diffi
culty is that it should not be taken
soorI atter dinner, and before
dinnor we arc apt to be busy.
But whatever we do, we must
be reasonablot use common senee.
atnd tunderst;and ouirselves.
Tus TAtL Ca3SPATG.-E!ectionls to be
held during the remainina months of 1871:
Time. State. Offcials to be Chosen
Sept. 5.. vermont..... State Offeers.
Sept. 5. .Californi.... Legislature.
Sept. 1l. .iune.... Governor.
Sept 11. .New Mexico .Congress.
Oct. 10. .Pennsylvania. Aud. and Sur. Gen'l.
Oct. 10. .Ohio. ...State Offcers.
Oct. 10.. Iowa.......Stte Offcers.
Nov. 7. .Maryland..ttte Officers.
Nov. 7..Matssachusetts.State Offiers.
Nov. 7. .Minnesota... . Sigte Offcers.
Nor. 7. .Missistsippi... .Leestture.
Nov. 7. .New Jersey.. .Governor.
Nov. 7. . ltinois .... Congresa at Large.
Nov. 7. .New York. ...State Offcers.
Nov. 7..Wisconsin... . State Offiers.
PorUuxAl EDUC.crloN-The Cheraw
Democrat urges the voters of its school
district to levy an additional school-tas,
so as to secu~re, beyond all doubt, the
quota granted by the State. This addi
tional tax must, of necessity, be very
sn.1 but it will serve to show that the
people are ready to do what they can
in furtherance of the cause of education.
We are glad to }earn that it is the in
tention of the trustees for Cheraw to
establish two schools, one for the colored
children and one for the white children.
The authorites of New York were bor
rified a day or two since by the discov
ery. in a trunk, of the body of a young
latly. The trunk was directed to Chica
go. Upon examination it was found
that death ensued from abortion. The
lady was about 22 years of age, and np
pe.ared to be of respectable descent. The
police are watching the houses of the
It is stated by the National Gazette of
New York, th:it the bodies of acting
third assistant engineers G. W. Mc.
Gowan, HI. W. Meriam, A. Mitchell and
M. Shonherg, who went down with the
Monitor Weeh'awkcn, in Charleston har
h'o-, on December 3d, 2863, have been
tak~en from the wreck, and are en the
ery to New York.
As an evitence of the s-rcitv of wo
among laborers in New York, the f6et i,
noticeable that a Broadway inerchant
who advertised for a porter. was forced
t close his store and call the police t(
disperse the crowds of applicants wh
asse:nled on Wednesday nrniig.
POPMrATION OF SoCTI CAoROLNA.-Frotr
advance sheets of the census, it appear,
that the present population of Soul
Caro'ina is 705,606. classed as follows
whites 289,G67 ; colored 415,814; In
dians 124; Chinese L.-R'epu!iean.
C. F. JACKSON'S
I.ARGE., BEAUTIFUf, AND CIIE.l
STOCK of SPRING and St-MM ER
AT G .4O
Are now ready FOR SIALE. And all CUS
TOMERS will he SURE OF BARGAINS a:
the Stock will he rold at
VERY SMALL PROFITS.
C. F JACKSON,
Main Street, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Apr. 5, 14-1f.
D oors, Sashes,1 Olinds, &
Manufacturer and Dealer,
No. 20 Hayne Street and Horibeck's Whari
CHARLESTON, S. C.
, 7' This is the largest and most complet,
Factory of the kind in the soutaern States
and ali ar:ieles in this line can be firishei
by Mr. P. P. To.U.-E at priceS which del.
a7 A pamphlet with full and detAiled lis
of ul sizes of Doors, Sashes and Blinds, an
the prices of ench, will be sent free and posi
paid, on application to
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
July 12, 28-ly.
Wagon Making. Repairing,&c
THE undersigned has opened a sho
halt a mile from iHelena. (ou G. & C. R. R,
at Judge Lake's place, w here hie is pvp (arce
to Shoe Iforses, Lay Plows, .lake and Re
pair Wagons, and do atiy ind ofit. 0
Work, either Agricultural, Mill or Doniesti,
Work. He w%ill also repa1e U.ton Gi&
Shoeing I Hoise . .......- - 1-2'
Laying a Plow (owi.er firniing oiron,) 41
(he furnishing iron,). 4:
2 llorse Wagon with body .........115.0<
S " " witit body...100.0'
All other work in proportion.
All that is aisked it a share of his friends
patron.rge. Call and cee.
STEPJEN F. E. GRUBER.
Mar. I, 'j-tf.
PAT. H. DUCKETT,
CAN be found at Caroliina Manurfacturin;
Copny's Tin arid Store Shop, ithi a comn
plete stock of
GUNS, PISTOLS & MATERIAl
in his line, and will REPAIR Gunns, Pie
rols, all kir'ds of Locks, Umibrellas, P>ara
sol, Castors, &c.
By doing goodl work at tmoderate prices
and being punctuarl to nay buinetiss, I hopt
to receive a liber.l pattrotnaee.
PAT. IH. DUCKETT.
Mat. 1, 9-f.
Spartanburg C. HI., 8. C.
TIlE FALL SESSION, l5il, will opet
on .MNDAY, J1LNE 23ih, anid eoninnei :'
Ample advantages for thorotigh instruc
tion are offered at the follonir'.
1aTr:5 rIR:nsysroi, is AIVAsCr.:
Board, i::eludin g washain i, fuel and
Rleglar Tuition, including La tn. - - .5.
luastrmnintal Muisic, P'iano, Guitar, or
Org.mn..... .... . .........-.-- 22.5
Use ot in<tvr,.ent............. -...2
For fruther informnatiotn, addre.t
fb:v. SAMUEL B. JIINES,
R':v. SAMUEL L,AND)ER,
June 14, 24-3mg Joint-P'roprietors.
WM. J LAKE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
A(ENT FOR TIlE
Piedmont & Arlington LifE
Assets over : 2.000.00(
Annual incomoe 1 .300.00(
nsres against death fron all causes
W.M. J. LAK E.
Ne'wberry, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8--t .
ATTOR1'YES AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The undersig.ned hiave formed:
Co-partnership in the practice of~ thi
Law. and can be found at their oaffic<
ini te building~ of the --Newberr
Bauk." front room. up stairs.
T HOM AS S. MOOR MAN,
OSBORNE L. SCHIUMPERT.
Feb. 22, S-tif.
1.5 Barrels g'enuine
On hand and for sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
ec. 14, 50--tf.
FOR YOUR MEALS
I AT THlE
,Breakfa'st Going Up and 1)innie
RAIDWA'S READY RELIEF
('T'RES THE WORST PAINS
IN FROM ONE TO TWEN%TY MINUTES.
NOT ONE HOUR
after readirz this- dvertienient need any one
SI*;'Fll. AN'll1 P'AIN
PADWAY'S N-:ADY 1tIEF IS A CUtE
Ful EVEIY PAIN.
It was the fir-t and is
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
that instiat! stois the ino<t exciueLtinl p-Ons,
allays Infi:t;im,tio:. and cures Congestiois,i
whether of tie ,uny. Sttimach. lItowels, or other
-land or or:m<n. by on.. apiilication.
IN FROM iN E T T WE-'I'Y .i N :TES.
non atter hiw vio'nit or excruciating the pnaiii
ihe R Ii' Al i '. 1i4-d-ril,iie. I utirin. 4'rippled.
Nervous. Neura!gic. or protrated with disetse
RADWAY'S READY RELTEF
WIL. .\FIo1 lN1 T.N I' -ASI.
INI-'L.A It I N IIF TIlE E lI)N E*S.
INXFl.A.\dl1.\l TON oF Yll l',l--\DD)l4-l
l -'iN(;.'rlTloN 01i ilE LI'N;s.
VoiETl!A l'. Il ;' TI ( F T I IJ'. 1F.ET I N .
I 'A .PI r,'T'It. (1-' TilE IIE.\lIY
11Y.4TV'RI('S. C_-W*'1. lITI"'lli\.
('.A A1tLI. I Nl''t.'EN7. I
N I-: '1: A L(; I.\ 1 : C-: .\IATI S31.
COLD i.S, A(UE ('1ill.S.
tIle :.ppliction of the Iteady Re'ief to the part 1
Or parts where the pain or difficulty exist will at
ford ease aod contiort.
Ywenty drops in halfa tumbler of water will
in a f:w inonent, cure IIAf1P". l'--S
su'rl STi'3 A'Il. II EART'.CtiN. ,'I' EI
IW EADAC . I>iAI:Il I,YI SA. F,YS.NTE1Y.lik
CO,LIC. W IND IN 111E i;o\%*E:f... und all IN
TEIN A I.l'A INs.
ravellers should a!way carry a I-ottle of tsid
wx%', Iet:,dv Pelief with them. A few drols in
water will prevent Fickne-. or pains from change U
ot' w:ter. It is better than Freuch liraiidy or I
Bitters as a stimulent. <
FEVER AND AGUE.
FE I AND A(~E cured ir fifty cente.
There is not a remedial agent in this world that
will cure Fever and Aeue. sid all other .\:ila
rious. Iilious. Scarlet. Typhoid. Yellow.and other i
Feverz,ailed hiv l WA)%AY'S I'ILI.S :o quick
ag AlW AY 'S 1:E. l.EliF. Fifty cents
Ti4NG AND IitE RICH i LOOD-IN
':A E t' F FILiF1 A.N) WEI(;iLT
CLEAI SKIN AND RIEAUL'IF1L COM
PLENI N SECUlEi) rQ ALL.
IlAq M1ADE. T*1%illMSTr ASTONl,:1flN( t
CURES: So QU'ICK. SI HID'l A1.1-:1TI.:
('IIANi;ES 'fIlE I)i U!il4
UNiiER THE INFl.U'-:N.-: 'T THISTNIU
1,' W4NL)EIF1'L .E)b INI-. I*;A'T
Every layan IncreasP ill Flesh and
Wei,rht is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Ev--r drqp of the SAIZSA'AILb.N 1
soi-i.:NT comminunieates through the lW!ood.
Sweat. krine. and other fluids :ad juice- of the
sy.-tem the vigor o tli-e. for it repairs the wustes
oftl bolv with new and sound inierial.
Scroitfla. syphilic, Cowtutntion. .tlanduhlr .4ris
ase. U!cers in the throat. Maluth. runors. Nodes
in the (ilandsand other parts o1 the system, Sore
t Eves. Struniorousdischar.es frora the lars. atal
th'e worst forms of Skin diseases. Eruptions. -e
ver Sores. Scald lIead. tig Worm. Salt Ihen:.
Erysipelas. Acne. Black Spots. Worms in th.I
le'-sh. *umors. Cancers in the Womb. anal all
weakening and pain ful dischT-arges. Night Sweat.
IL.oss of Sperm and all wastes of the fe pr :nt
ple. are within the curative range ofthis wonder
of 3odern Chemistry. and a few days' use will
prove to any person using it for either of these
forms of disease its potezit ptwer to cure them.
If the palient. daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and deconpositiou that is continually
progressing. succeueds in arresting these wa:>tes,
and repairs the saie with new material iade
from healthy blood-and this the SAlSA -
i'Atl LLI.\N will and does secure-- cure iq
certain; for wheu oL:ce this remedy coinnifnces%
its work of put ification. and succeed; in dimit
L.ine the ltes of wastes,. its repairs will be rap
id, i*d every day the 1:9itnt will fel bimselfE
growing better and stronger. the food digestitig
better. appetite imuroving, and U .sh and weight
Not oily does the SARSAPARILtAN Rn:L
vU.NT .excel all known remedial ag-uts in the cure
of Chronic. Scrofulous. ('outitutioial. and Skin -
diseases; but it is the only positive cure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
('rinary, aned Wonib diseases. G ravel. Diabe'tes.
Uropsy,. Stoppage of W%ater._ Incontinence of
Urine. firight's D)isease, Aibumjinuria. an d in all
ca.ses where there are brick-dust deposits, or the
water is thick. cloedy. mixed with suibstanices
Tike the white of an egg, or t1hreads 1i7 white
silk. or there is a naorbid. dark. bilious appear
anice, and nhite bone-dust deposits, and when
there is a pricking, burning :-es::tion when, pass
ig water, anJ pain in the .imall of the liaak and
alo.:g the Loins.
PERFECT PlTRGATIVE PILLS, |
perfectly t.astetess, etegatty coated w'ith atweet
gum. purg~e, regulaite, turify, cleaise', and
steng'theni. l:adwav's l'ilis, fai tihe cure of all
disorders of the Sto'miach,. l.iver, liowels. Kid
tevs. lil:tdder. Nervous Dista-es. hleadache.
(onstitastioni, Costivetness. I ndig.stiotn. Dv-pep
sia, Itiliousness. lilious Fever. li.fl.immation of
thle Iiowe.l.:. i'ites. anti all D)erangeimenits of' thei
Internal Viscera.' W:arr:ntted to etfeet a positive
cure. i'urely X'egetable. cotitaininig no mercury.
miniera14. or deh-terious trugs.
7 OIb.erve the ijhllowinag symttons resulting
fromi Disorders of the Digestive (Irgatns:
Constipation, Inward l'iies. Fullness of the
Wiood in the Ilead. Acidity of the Stomach. .I
Nausea. lieartbuirn. Disgust of F-ood. Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations. Siuik-(
lg or Flutte rinig at the P'it of the Stomnach.
:wmmniiig of the IIead. 11urried and DifliculIt
A few oses of R.AtDWAY'S l'i LLS will tree
the system frim aln the above niamerd disorders.
Price. 25 cents per 15ox. S' u.D liY iui:';
READ ?"FALCE AND )Tltl'E.." Send one
letter-stamp to f.l) WAX' & C(4 . No ST .Maid
en Lane. New York. Information worth thous
ands will be sent you. July 5, 27-ly.
A New, Safe, anid Equitable PinI (
OF SECURtN~G THtE
Benefits of Life Insurance
TO THE MASSES.
The Commonwealthl Co-operaItle (0.,
13S Chambers St., New York.
Capital 8100,000. Charter Perpetual.
'Te OBJEtCr of this Company is to furnish
to all healthy persons a moide for providing
for their faimilies after death. anid still have
the use cf their mnoney tun:ilit is needed for -
the payment of losses, and then in such a
small sums that all persons-the poor man
Ias well as the rich-Can avail themselves of'
Any' person fifteen, and not otver sixty
years o'd, of sound body and mind, may be'.
come a mnembler of this Comnpany by paying 4
an a<lmission ree ot' Tlea Dollars, an ant inual
due of r'wo D)ollars oni the first iday of Ja:nu
ary int ce vear. and One Dollar antd Ten
Cents for each death of a mnemb.erinlthe same
They are hr the Company placed in dlvi
Isions limited~ to 5,000 members, of nihonttl
HOW TOJOIN. (
Send to the C'ompainy. or any of' its agentts,
Iand get Circulars with fuli pa'rticuIlar's, and
blank Applications for membership, which Ir
you can liil otit and return with admittice
fee. anid (if accepted) a Certificate will be
made ont and sent youn by mail, which se
enrsto tiyour l'eirs as mttnty dollars as there
atre -eber in your division at The time of
Tl''! Orffiers and Directors arc;
OR"' I Ft'INK, Presidenl.
JONATl AN S. CIIRISTl[E, Vice-l'resident.
L. N. CL ARK, Secretary.
GEO. W. BR.\AIERD, 'Treasitrcr.
JUDGE V'\I. 9). VEEDF,R, lrooklyn. N. Y.
~. A. IlOlART,. E-q..,taterson. N. ..
C. A.1 \'.UE, Birooklyn, N. Y.
W. L. GOURDINE,
FASHIONABLE 'TAILOR I
Repectfulh- annlflnnelCs that he is~
reared. to e~ut antd fit getlemenm's
.uaits to their enitire? satisfac(tionf. IIlav
in had a lar"ge exper'ience in the tail
Spiiedi with the latest New. York
Fashions. he feet.ls no hoestantcy in ask
ing for paltronaige. Work promtptly
de4.livered. Tenius mtotderate.
To making sack coat........- -.--- --- 00
To e'it anid ma.ke pants.......---' -- 00
Toctand make fine b)lack frock coat.. 8 O0)
ro ut a it ..wf c~t ..-....'....." 0
.WALICKI, Vropri*r.R. Rf. ii. Mcf-.%L A Cn., Lhu.:ts
G.n. A:-nt. San Francico,Ca.,rs! 3 CO:mnerce St., N.Y.
IILLION- Bear Textinotay to aleIr
Wonderful Curative E1ectas.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy
)rink, Made of Poor Rtum. Whiskey,
Proof %4piritu and ltefuse Liquors, doc
Dred. spiced and sweetened to please the taste,
aled " Tonics," -- Appetizers." " Iestorers' e.,
hat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
ut are a true Mteicine, mado from the Native
toots and Herbs of California, free from all
Licololic tistinuants. They are the
IMEAT 1 D1,0011 P1l1IFIEMt and A
IFE GIVIN PItINCIPLE, a perfect
tenovator and Invigorator of the System. carry
ag ogtall poisonons matter and restoring the blood
oa healthy condition. No person can take these
litters according to directions and remain lon:r
awell. provided their bones are not destroyed1
y mineral poison or other means, and the vital
rrans wasted beyond the point of repair.
They aro a (entle Pirwative ans well
s a Tonic, possessin:, also, the peculiar merit
f acting as a powerful agent in relievin: Conges
ion or Iuanmation of the Liver, and of all the
FOIL FE3A LE ('031 PLA INTS, whether
young or old. married or sn:le. at the dawn of
ionanhood or at the turn of life, these 'Tonic bit
ers hac no equal.
For Intlasnmatory and Chronic RIhen
atisilni n iad Gout, )yspepsiL or It
ligestion, 1illions, Itelmaittent and
utermiitteut Fevers, Diseases of the
Mood, Liver, Kidneys and 1tadder,
bese 1itiers have been most successful. Such
Iiseases are caused by Vitinted llood,
ri,:h is :enerally produced by deranrenent of
he DizePtive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OiLt 1NDIGESTION,
leadaclie. Pain in the Shoulders. Coughs. Tight
ess of the Chest. Dizziness, Sour Erznctations of
lie Stomach, Bad Taste in the Motth. Bilious
attacks, Palpitation of the Aleart. Itlianniation (if
lie Lungs, Pain in theregious of the Kidneys, alil
hundred other Iinful symptoms are the oil
prings of Dyspepsa.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
orpid Liver and Bowels. which render them of
amequalled effleacy in cleansing the blood f all ins
mrities, and imparting new life and vigor to the
FOIL SKIN DISEA SES, Eruptions,Tetter,
;t Rthenm. Blotches. Spots, rinples. Putules,
s(rils. Carhnncles, Ring-Worms, Scad lead. Sore
vesErysipelas. Itch. Senrfs. Discolorations of the
kin. imors and Diseases of the Ski. 1a what
-ver nam1e or nature, are literally dug up auia car
ied out of I lie systeml in a short time by tie use of
h,e Muitters. Une bottle in such cases will con
-ice the most increduilous of their curativeeffect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you. find it
mnpirities bursting through the skins in Pimples.
-rnptions or Sores; cleanse it wiei you tind it
bstrnctec antl aluggish in the veins: cleanse it
ihen it is foni.and yoir fechngs will ttil you when.
Ceep the blood puire, and the he1athof the system
PIN, TAPE, and other WOI3S isrking
n the system of so many thousands, are effeetuially
yLd ad remnoved.
OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
. WALK E R, Proprietor. I. H. MCDON ALID &
;., Druggiits and Ge' Agents. San Francisco,
al.., and .3 and 31 Commerce Street, New York.
June 28, 26-'71-1y.
A N [D
TE haive now iln storec verlar.:
tok of the aibove groods. :aud we as
ure (oulr customerCls thalit we haive ner.
r efore been enahbleld to) offer' thlem
o ('IOICE A SELECTION OF
;00DS, at suich low pri(cs.
We hatve WRod All Wool SUITS at
15. suitable for anyv busintey ussman.
We ha:ve a very largec stucek. Iad
o are deterieid to unmder'sell antty
thr deamlrs. as our facilities en~able
sto do a o.
re decideda tog be thme best fitting
b airts madlel..
Ve imake tile finhest cul~stom garmetls
mate ill this St:ate. (Call anad etxmnlinle.
R,. & W. C. SWIAFFIELD),
A pr. 5, 14-i f. ('oLIIilA, 8. C.
AUL 15. LALANE. Et. F. LsttOUSELtR.
PAUL B. LALANE & C0.,
WIOLESALE GROC ERS.
171 EAST BAY.
CHIALESTON. S. C.
Rrv.a:cs.-Mes'r5. IIart & ('n.. McL'sv &
ice. e-srs. Weagnmer & Monasees. Mr. J1. (onm.
aia. F. J1. Roberts. Disconaat (lerk. P'eople's
tatioal Ilank. May' 1.18-6:na.
DR. H. BAER,
WlI(aLE.CALE AND RtETAILf
NO. 131 )IEETING STREET,
CIARLESTON, S. C.
3y :1, 18-tf.
iULLINE1iY STU0C K
n s the usp .ounatry and recciing da ' il di
inn- sby xprets>, at
Columbia. S. C.,
Thi pleasantly located hidoe. u;nsur passerl by
n lotse in th~e South for comsfort ane healthy
:cality, is no0w open to Trrave'ers anad uothers
seking accommodation. Families canl be fnr
shied withs nice. airy roomas on5 re:asorat e
erms. '-A call is solicited.'' My omnibus will
ee at the different depots
Jan 1 SARAl L. WI(IT.
Next door to P'olock's Restaurant,
Columbia. S. C.
Will .Shave, Shampoo. Trim anad Dye,
TIo suit the mio-t fastidious.
Tr h im!i
The uudersigned in offering tlie At
'o the Ph:ters of Newberrv. feel con
d-t that its qlt:lity is fully egual to e<
he best F-rtilizers now ;lrain ufactured.
This bing tihe first vear of its sale, C
h eXi ot furniisli any testimonilals
sf itS i1ts ; ul b ttf l assured that I
xln wice fully tried. it will become
he favorite fertilizer in the South.
Pinnters are requested to send inl
hir onlers -,is promptly as possible.
Mayes & Martin,
Aints at Newberry. S. C.
Feb 15 7 tf
ifl 11TORIHOM( BITTERS .
ENT/Ri ELY V EUETOABLE.
IFO1R THE (TlRE OF
ypepia, Agite and Feier,
Billious Diseases, Gene
ral Debility, and ail L
Impurity of the
Ir ex;cites healthy appetite, invizorates
he Di."estive 01-rans, is devoid of all that
readl*w poison--Fosil 0l, and impirts a
ist agreeablv, warin;r. .id eordiml etfect
o t ioiach. It exhilartes the spirits.
llive.s pairl, anl is Io.st wonle.lully elli
acir,is iii all dc,ilitie- ani! i rregfila rities of
'emuales. It will prove:t positive preventive
ii all MAL A RIAL CONTA.\INATIUN.
IOTTE & TARRANT, t1
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors,
NEWBERRY, S. C. do
aar.15, 11-tf. st<
S00 1N7G CORDIALb
hivaliable ill Teei hiiig. md ISimer Cow- de:
plaiis of Children. Cures lo
DI11 IEI k, CO
.il other Diseses, incident to the perioil
i' Ih.n .i ion. Pt
Urlike thre "Sonrhinrr Syrnips," no so tr
widely use,1, this COIRDIA L conltains
I)r otin'r injirione~ Drirg. It. is compose'd o ' r
he va.rv best. rmateri.r hs, arid shiouhi be ian
iiunrd ini everyv Nursery. The best physi- i
-ius reco-rr iii it. Iar
MANi'FACTUR i BYp thr
Dr. H. BAER, in
( II.IUJ ESTON. S. C."
y- For sale by 310TTE & T AR RANT, s
ewbery, S. C. May 1I S8-tf. or
Suitable for well ropes.
For sale by .
renvlle & Columbia Railroad. ax
(CountMiA. S. C.. March 1, 1871. tOl
in and arfter W edniesday. March 1. the follow- (;e
ig chedule will be rruu daily. Snudayus ex
~eie. connrectirn with Night Trains on South
'roinun ioadi. up arnd downu. also with Trains .
oing South on Clnarlotte. Columnbia arid Augue
.ave Columbia....................... 7.00 a mn
"Alstin.........................9.10 a ni
.-Newberry...................11.15 a ni
- Cokesbtrry................... 3.00 p mi
- lelton.................. .... . 5.00 p mx
-Greeuiville...................0.30 p mn
[.eave Greenville.................. 6.15 a mx
-' elton................... 8.05 a ma
" Cakesbury.....................1 07 am
" Abbeville................... S.15 ai mx
- ewbaerry...................1.5" pm
--.o. .......................... 4.5 p i
rrive Columabia................. 5.55 p mx
filt)$. D)(lIAMEAI). ;en'l Supt.
M. T. tARtTL~r.T (eeral ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad ('onpany,
COLUMulIA, S. C., June 9. 1871.
o an,l after SUND AY. thne 11th 1nstant. Pas- 6
eiger Trains upon this Rtoad will arrive and
cme as fllows:
3iAlL. AN~D PASSENGEFR TRiAIN.
r1enve (olumnbia uat..... . .........7.40 p in _
'irrive at Charleston at................... .2 p mn
.iave (Chareit on at.....................8.2 i a mx
% rrive at (:olurnrbla a................3 40 p m
lnT P.rPitns. PnIutGHT AN~D ACeOMMODA-.
TIos TitAIY, [Sundays excepted.j
Ueav Colutobiia at....,.... ............7.50 p mn
rrive at tharlesta,n at.................45 a mx
Leave Chrarlest .n at......................7 10 p mi
a rrive at Columbia at. .. ..... ...... ....6.i. a mn
Camden Accommoidation Train will coininue
: run Zo (olumbiaas formerly--Mondays, Wed
esiays and Saturdays.
A. L.. TY LElR. Vice-P'residenrt.
S. t. P'ICKENS, Geueral licket Agent. th.
harlotte, Columbia & Augusta RI. R.
- SUPEltINTENDENTS OFFICE,.t
(oLtuMnrA, S (.,.June 8. 1871.
iN and after SUNDAY, June 11, the Pas
enr.er trains over this Itoad will run as follows:
oOiNG NsoRTHI. No
Train No. 1. TrainNo2
ave Arugusta......3.25 A. M. 600 P. M1.
Leave (olurmbis... 09 A. M. 11.00 1P. M1.
rie Chuarlotte. . .2 35 . M. 5.2.3 A. 31.
Leave Cha.rlotte... .4i A. M. P.00 P. M1. .
Leave Coluxmbia... 1' . M. 2.25 A. M.
rrive Augusts....... 7.50. M. 7.30A. M.
No.1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily. Sundays j
.xc.pted. Both trains make close con nectbon to
a1 pioirts North. South and West. No. 1 .Train
rnaks closie conniection at Richmond for \Virgin
Troug Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all pricipial pinits.*
Standard Time..-Washiriton Ctty Time.
E. P'. ALENANDER. Snipt.
E. R. D)onr.Z, General .Freight amnd Ticket
igent. June 21.
Samer Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To ComDmence 29th May, '1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.:P
spartabrg. . .. 5.3) 5.25
itatesville.. ... 6.00 6.00 4 53 4.53
Picolet .......... /5 6.13 4 40 4.45C
Ioxnsville.... 6.4.3 6.48 4.'5 4.1.i
'ioiville.... 7.25 7.5" 305 3.25
Sanituc......... .20 8.25 2.30 2.35
Eis.h am.... 8.4' S 45 2.1i 2.15
Slieiton .... ..... 9.1.5 9 20 ! .35 1.4o
.vles' Ford.... 9.41 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother......1 05 10.1U 12 5" 12.55
Ahto... . .... . 11.i0 1201
T.rn. JER. rre sid..n
|1E CHARLESTON LINE
Freight and Passengers,
and from BALTIMORE, PHILADEL
PHIA, NEW YORX, D0STON, and
all the New England Manufac
THREE TIMES AWEEK,
ESDAYS, HICRSDAY dandISATUtDAYS
re from Newberry, - -' - $25.50
7HE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.,
d conuecting Roads West. in alliance with
Fleet of Thirteen First-C1ass Steams&; tk
above Ports, infite attentiou fo' the ick
ne and Regular Ii:patch afrorded to the busi
!! public In the Cotton States at the
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
)fferin fatclitles of Rall aud Sea Transporta
a Tr Fre7sht and Passeugers not equtlled in
ellenec and capacity at any other Port.
. B. P'lCiEs. Gen. Passenger and Ticket
t. S. C. Railroad.
B NEft.t (ten. Freight Agt.. .
it. ipr. lI, 15-t .
R. J. R. THOMPS N,
(Successor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
)e over MeFall & Pool's store, on Main
k1l the old business left unfinished will be
rnpleted on the terms as before arranged,
I everything done in the best manner and
rranted. The patronage * the public Is
)cc. 8, 48-tf.
THE COTTON STATES '
ife Insurance Company,
PRINCIPA. OFFICE AT
The business of this strictly Soluthern-a'nd
>me Company is confined by law to legiti
te Life Insuranle alone.
Polivies issued on all the approved mu
It also issues policies at stock rates, 2.5
r cent. under the :nutal rates, but. it
es not advise its patrons to insure on the
>k plan, it being very expe.sive in the
ig run. It is known that dlvidtends i, a
Od 31utual Co:n:panV will average a,o,wt
per cent., especiali- at the ,Soth an]
est. where invost ments bri!g good returns.
per cent. of profits on the mutnia
iness divided arinnallv among all the
tual Poliev-hol,lers, without exception.
e-third lo:*n on preniims *iveln wietn
sired-interest charged only upon fir-t
Where all cash is paid policies will be
inc self-sustaiing. that is p;ly out, and
ve 50 per cent. added to their faces, that
one-third mor6than the original sum in.
Ample provision against forfeitur of
licies in the expressed terms of the con
Te Company will always purchase its
licies at their cash value.
We oil'er the people of thne State the same
ancial security as Northern Comopatnies,
e accumuhla ning premniutms of the insured,
d in addition thereto a capital com.
ming withI jS t5O.n a. Mlillions of (10
s annually have hit:herto been lost to
e active circula ion: oft the South in pay.
int of' premiums in N.arthern Comipatuies,
benefits derived fromn the investmnen '
ode be thcse Companies in Northern rcal
ute and secuties, our people canl never
are n equal terms. Let us t he:: sustain
r ownt Life ente'rprise atnd thus keep our
iey and the profits at hnomte.
ome'n~t:s A T 3IACON,. Gi-:onGw A.
3f. P.. JlOltNTON ...............Preident.
M. S 110 LT...............ice-P'resideint.
. . S. lW.A R...................... retry.
H N W . lt'ltLKE..............General Aigez.t.
F. Muc(A Y..................... .......Actu;ry.
. J. 31Atl.L ..urerintendennt of' A nencie.
.MRS .31ltCElt GIt:EEN...atedical Exam:iner
The Cotton States Comipany is a Georgia
1 South Carolina Eniterprnse, atnd isa
od Cotmpany, anud is now futly idetntified
ih thes interests of' our people.
This State is ably represented in the gen.
dI mnanagemzenit by Soth C;arolinta D)ire.
.s. L,AVA L & A BNEY,
nerah Agents for North & Sotuth Carolina.
. . J. LAVAt., Office: Cobunmbia.S. C.
W. AnsY:v, M. D., of Edgrefield.
Jan. 4, '71, 1-ly.
Of the Most Approved
Which we will sell otn the most
We invite an examinattion of then.,
th as to character amnd price.
R. MOORMAN & CO.
Feb.-t f. 22,
CHARLESTON, August 4, 1871.
15 and after Stunday next, the th instant,
Afternoon Express Train will arrive at
0 1. M.
own Passenger Train on (heraw and
rhingon Railroad will leave Cheraw at 6
M., and pass way stations one hour earlier
in at present. S. S. SoLOMONS,
Xug 23, 34-tf Superintendent.
yrups and Sugars.
Just received a beautiful
. 0. Syrups and
For sale low at
W. H. WEBB'S.
Dec. 14. 50-tf.
I WOULD call attention to the
e of my having a large and eommo
ous WAREIIOUSE, and will be
eased to store
otton, Guanos and
a as reasonable terms as any one.
W. .&. WEBB.
Tee 14, 5tJL....
Money Cannot Buy It!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!
The Diamond Glasses,
J. E. SPENCER & 00., N Y.
Which are now offered to the public. are pro
noanced by :Ll ft celebia:ed tpticia
ofthe World to be the
Natural. Artiial help to the human eye eve
They are trnund nnder their own sul-cri-isior
ifrom minute('ry t:.d Pelbile. welted tole01.-i
and derive their name. 1-Diamntid." on a:ccvuz:
of their hardi-:eu ai.d brifila-ncy.
Uj whi; h (1y are construeted brings the cor
or ceitre of the leL directly in front of th-: ey
producfi a Lere and disti:.ct vision. as in th
natural. Jecthjy zqht. atd preventing all Un,
pleasant senstions. qUCh as glimmering ai
wavering of signkt, dizzincS. &c.,. peculiar to a:
others in use.
They are Mounted I. the Finest Ylanner
In fraimes of the best qua* t:'v. of all materiil
u.-ed for that puri, )20
Their Finish and Duralit'
CANNOTf ltLE ' A$SE D.
(.vrros.-N,ue gonuiieunlcs bearig ttec
trade mark stanped ou every frume.
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
Jeweler and i)pticiann. is sole agent for
NEWEERPY', S. C.,
From whom they cam onil% be obtained. Thts
goods are not supplied to edker at aiypr':
Ocet 5, 40-ly.
SOLE4 IIAi S
On hand and for sale by
Apr. G 14-tf.
EW FAMIL SEWING- MC HIE . i=,
Silk, Thlread, Needles anel M:achine Fnid
ings. of the besit goality. Sritchin.g done t
order G,eneral rep:tiring executed.
TIlE NEW MANUFACfUING MACIIINE
Tailors and Doot Fitters, is the best in tht
TLocal and Traveling AgetsNV Watl.
(irculars and Samples 0n applica tn
Sewing Machine Agencoy
CHI AR LAESTON. S. C.
P. W~. & 11. S. CIICK, Agents,
NEWIBER RY, S. C.
Dec. 7, 4-'70-y.
DR. E. CO JONES,
NE\WBElmY, S. C.
Rosover Mr. Mower's store, and1 ii
front of Herald ollice.
I take pleasure in inforing my friend:
and thet pubtlic genieral ly, tha:t tuy dent::
roomis are no0w open, antd that 1 ampr
pared to execute aill work in tmy pr ofessio:
ini thet mtli a pprovetd wantlzer.
1 am deterinined to devote my enut
time and energy to moy profession.
Jan. 12 2 tr.
THE TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE
5110ULD BE IN EV ERY FA M L Y
1.ZXo scuIsCIIeinSs W.N rED
$2 PER AN.\U1. IN ADVANCE
The enuse of Temperance has advanced so ra p idl
inl South Carolina. that it has becotme necesary
that 'here should be a live, active and zeaton' ex
ponent of1its principIes. We have. I herefore. de
temndt ublish the advocate weekly. atnd ti
cnlarge and'improve it in every respect. Whits
it will be devoted to total ahbstinence. it wil Inever
tthelen.s. be made acceptable. to every tiide
The reading matter will be of the purent at.d :noe
select character. Arrangements have bee mlade
to get the most prominent tempetance men in thi
State to make contrittions to ats columns.
IIt will also have correspondents in: every por
tion of the State, who will keep its rer.ders fu!!)
informed as to the progress of the cau..
We have put the priceof the Advccate,.olon
that it may be in reach of all.
O nIy a limited and select number of udvertise
ments will be received.
10it AGENrs.-A discnount of ten per cent. wii!
be a llowed on all new tulnerip.tion..
.Jul122-tf. (olumb'ia.. C.
Columbia, S. C.
Robert Joynier, Proprietor.
P. Hamilton Jorner. Clerk.
Of Board, per Day................0
Supper, Breakfanst and Lodging.. 2 0
Single Meals............ .......-.-.1 %
Sep. Sth, 1S69.
(Charleston. S. C.
BdARD PER DIAY - - - 25
Mus. 1I. L Bl.'I'ERFIELD, Proprietress.
R. HAMILTO N, Superintendent.
CUSTOMI madte pegged C.ALL
BOOTS, and v:arranited.
For sale by Di. 3J0WE R.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
For all the purpdiies of a =tiv
cine is so universally
required by evP7
boy as a rti
nor was ever anybe
fore so universally
adopted into use, fi
every country and
famon9 all classes, as
this mild butetlicient
purgative Pill. The
obvious reason is,
that itis a more relia
ble and far more e.
fectual remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them; those who have
not, know that itcures theirneighbors and fiends;
and all know that what it does once it does al
ways-that it neverilails through anyfaultorneg.
glect of its composition. We have thousands upon
thousands of certificates oftheirremarkable cures
of the following corplaints, but such cures are
known in everv neighborhood, and we need not
publish theni. Adapted to all ages and conditions
m alclimate.; containin- neither calormelnorany
deleterous drug, they may be taken with safety
by anybody. Their u-oating preserves them
ever frelSh,and makes them ile,-aant to take,while
r being purely vegetable, no* har can arise from
their use in any tiluantizV.
Thcy operate by their' powerful influence on the
Sinternal viseera to purify th- blood and stimulate
.it into healthy action-remve the obstructions
of the stomiah, bowels, liver, and other organs of
the body, restoring their irregularacti to health,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de
rangements a ns are tue irst oriini of dizease.
31inutC directions ar(, givenin the wrapger on
2 the hox, for the following complaints, whitc these
. Pills rapidly cure:
I I For Dyspepsia or Indigttion, Xistlesse
- nesx, Languor and Less of Appetite, thef
should he taL-en m1olerately to stimulate the stom
ach, and restore its healthy ne and action.
For Liver Complaint and its various symI)
toms, Bilious Headache, Sick Hff .
ache. Jauntice or Green Sic? ness, Bil
ious Colic and Baiicus Fever%, they should'
be judiciously taken fur each case, to correct the
liseased acti,n or remove the obstructions which*
For Dysentery or Diarrseea, but one
mild cosc is generally required.
For Rheuflgatism, Gout, Gravel, Pal
PC0ton of the Heart, Pain in the
iqde' sack and Loins, they should be contin
ZoUl'y take', as required. to change the diseased
actionff the System. With such chatV those
complaitS disipi'ear.roMsical SweIlin;*
For Dro "Y anu rjs~lSei~
they should 'taken in L?rge and frequent doseS
to produce the effect of a dr sbticp
For SuppressiOn a larIe oec b syn
taken as it produces the desired e by sy"
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Fils to
promote digestion and relieve the sto;iach.
An occasional dose stimulates the ston;ich and
bowels into healthy action, restores.the appdtite,
and-invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad
vantageoUs where no serious derangement exists
One who feels tolerably well, otten finds that a
dose of these Pills makes him feel decidedly bet
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Practical Chemists,
LOWE.LL. IASS., U. S. A.
Fur s.i b . T! E I TI. ! ANT.
Iik's NISUtallic Bhfial CascuS,
THE U'iCI iW R as co:::st:a:I1!R o:
batal a ful ssoraneit.- of the .mbove a ppi oved
cases, of difll".t1t p:trIs, leides cofiln.
of his own make, :11: 01 hie is prepared
to furnri.h at very re..o:ble ratea, w1ith
P'erron-t' .hlru t t: hvin- cnses sent by
ruilro:ltl wi! i "e '::t free of ebarge.
A lHa:Se is always on hand aind will be
fzrtis!.vd a t:- the ro i Bl e day.
Tiha!!-h!ii fir P. Or, n l ge, the sub
scriber repet t:y . for a co:,tinua tion
of thetsame, :md as-ures the public tim
1o effort on i. : be spared to reider
tie utmost -aI rictin
A. C. CH APMAN
N'ewberry . C. Jul :;l.
I3IPORTVLANT 30TI CE
CONS!MRS OF DRY GOODS.
Ii ReIlt'; Ord~ers :hlt ingltfl to $20"
- :uld 4iim ~ i i('ered in :iny Part
of t!wt (Ollntry
in order the better tot i.-et lhe wai'r of' tl:eir
by' mail iull li:;-to is'mp; in. h. Newest at
.ls'tT and lwslE'T'c' M A: i C 1.\.11T E.ar
anttmeing 'at ail timte- t.o - :ss lw. I uot tls
Iill Ii!: (tIlr gindsi iatal: ts lir"iet a1id rxtost
cei:brtedmonfceore.rs in i d~I!i-ret p:irts of
I t*iuroe :aI liprtiig lt -'ame bI r teaiters di
I)ly upltid u . the i.nt...sof the Lotndoii aiid
t ue bry :n.d -elt onlyt for, a.nd makeno
bitd debts .. e :reab.e :n..d Wihin to sell our
IJa s'nnm forni:.mle.t'..lecify the kiind ofg'oods
de'siredl wI e' ke'p I th.'. bM roiOs" of eve'ry, class
ol::oo.titt.fro:th i!tne.atro .themfistenteriv.
I rdtr- u:uect:apan.iUId l!.e c:ash wi'll bt sent
Phml'IoP-P'AYIYb W HIf.F..\r,E lW YERS
are imted t i-ti the stock un our Jobebing
and P'acki::e in-p .rtnt. I.dr
11I.l1TON..i:.l i.i .&: SON.
oc' t.26. 43-:y i'ltimore. Md.
Two Dollars per Annum.
64 Pages Reading Matter.
30 Pages Advertisements.
WALKEl, EVAN8 & COOS8WELL,
0. WYATT AIKEN,
We 1mv a i:r or fis ~ihlyu
wi ii *t' the u -t . n':ih !aittng
P.a:. W:: u 11. .m (I1.\KN
Feb. 22 ' -tf
COLL '. Bl. HO I )TEL,
r 'ilE PRO3tI!]EI oll taikes. plea-ure inan
ntmlin: that tis eleganftly.furnidhed
L.-.stab!i-'hmient i. liow oplen for the aeeom
modtioun otf :ut -. Thle table will alwa ys
he ltupp1tlied w. ith every dlicacy of the sea%
son'-htht f'rm Ne w York and Charleston
Markets. iind no0 erorts will be spared to
give perfct:-.tuiJfationu, inl every respect, to
Jani 1 W M. G01MAN.