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PITILESS FATE.
BY ALICE CARY.
I saw in my dream a wonderful stream,
And over the stream was a bridge soI
slender,
And over the white there was a scarlet
light,
And over the scarlet a golden spleudor.
And beyond the bridge was a goodly ridge,
Where bee. made. honey and corn was
growing,
And down that way through the gold and
grey
A gay young man in the boat was row
wng.
I could see from the shore that a rose he
wore
Stuck in his bntton-hole, rare as the ra
rest,
And singing a song and rowing along,
I guessed his face to be fair as the fair
est.
And all by the corn where the bees at morn
Made combs of honey, with breathing
bated,
I saw by the stream-it was only a dream
A lovely lady that watched and waited.
There were fair green leaves in her silken
sleeves,
And loose her locks in the winds were
blowing,
Aud'she kissed to land with her rilk-white
hand
The g.y young man in the boat a row
ing.
And all so light in her apron white
She caught the little red rose he cast her,
And "lIaste " she cried, with her arms so
wide,
"Ilaste! -.-eetheart, baste:" but the boat
was pa-t her.
And the grey so cold ran over the gold,
And she sighed with only the w.inds to
bear her
"IIe loves me still," and rowed with a will,
But pitiless Fate, not Le, was steerer.
And there t:il the morn blushed over the
corn
And over the bees in their sweet combs
humming,
Iler locks with the dew drenched throngh
and through,
She watched and waited her false love's
coming.
But the maid of to-day who reads my lay
May keep her young heart light as a
fea:her
It was only a dream the bridge and the
stream,
Aud the lady and lover, and all together.
How Sat Lovingood Killed
his Dog.
~When 1 wcre a boy dad fotehed
home a durned wuthles, mangy,
;flee bitten, gray, old for hound,
god.for nothing only to swallow
.up wha~t orter lined the bowels of
his brats. Well, I naturally took
a distas;a to him and had a sorter
bankern a-ter hurtin his feelins
and iseumAkrtin him every time
4ad's back was turned. This sor
:ter kept.askeer afore his eyes, and
an awful yvc31 ready to pour out
on the first 'moshum he see me
mako. So be learnt to swallow
things as he run, always kept his
legs well under himself; for he
never knew hnow soon ho might
n2eed1. them to tote his infernal car
eassiteyond the reach of a flyin'
roek.
lHe knowed the whiz of a rock
in mnoshun well, and he never stop
ped fo see who threw it, but just
lethis head open wide enough to
gin a howl room to ecum, and set
his leg3 agwin ethe way his niose
happen to be a pintin'. He'd shy
round every rock he seed in the
road, for he looked upon it as a
calamity to cum arter him some
day. I tell you Georgy that run
in' am the greatest invention on
yearth when keerfully u sed.
Whar'd I a bin by this time if I
hadn't relied on my legs ? D'ye
see 'mn ? Don't they mind you of
a pair of compasses made to divide
a mile into quarters ? They'll do
it.
Well, one day I tuck a pig's blad
der ni into the size ov a duck's
aig and filled it with powder, and
corked it upl with a p)iece of spunk
and rolled it tup in a thin sen'p)
of mieet and. sot the spunk a firec
and throw it out he swallowed it
at ajork and sot to get away from
doing it. I heard a noise like bus
tin sum thin, and his tail lit on my
hat, his head was away down the
hill his teeth took (ded hold into a
root. IIs fore legs were fifty feet
up the road matkin running mo
shuns, and his hind ones astraddle
ov a fence. As to the dog I never
seen Lim again.
Well, dad, darn his unsanctified
soul flung five or six hundred un
der my shurt with the dry hide of
a bull's tail and gin me the re
maindler the next day with a wag-.
on whip wvhat he borrowed from a
fellow while he was waterin his
horses; wagoner got sorry for me
and hollowed for me to turn may
begging, and squal in into first rate
runniin, which 1 immejutely:did,
thanks to these here hamstrings,
and the last lick missed me about
ten foot.
A remarkable mirage was seen at Os
tend, on May 19th. Ships riding in the
roads in the horizon were refiected in the
sky as by a gigantic mirror; a brig, a
steamer and several fishing-beats ap. I
peare-d to hiave other similar vessels at-t
tached to the summits of their masts, in
at reversed position. The phenomenon I
lasted through the whole of the afternoon Ie
and evening, the wind being light from
the N. N. E. From 3 to 6.30 p. in., theI
French coast was visible as far as Dun
kirk, the houses t>eing quite distinct, e
and the shadows appearing suspended "a
the air at a height of several feet, and
somiewhat moved iii position towards the
N. W. The port of Newport seemed so -
near that Lihe bridge was distinctly visi
I]
China !i.s a population of our 400,
(ii:, 'n. .Just think of it ! Thick as
S h a w 's C o t t o n S e e d A u ll e r
ILL
Wt. Ca.
BRODIE & CO.
Factors and Coii sion Merchants
CUARLESToN, S. C.
A pr. G, i 0--14-1y.
UNION FERTILIZER
SURE DEATQI AND EXTERMINATIOS
TO
WORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUS TC
VEGETATION.
Just rcceived, a 'ew tons of the abo?
Fertilizer.
The remarkable properties or this article
after most thorough scientific and practicI
tests, now being fully established and ac'
knowledged, the Company who control it
manufacture and sale is prepared for its
INTRODUCTION TO THIS MARKET,
in full confidence that the great need of the
tiller of the soil is at last available ; that we
offer an article which, as a Fertilizer, i:
second to none in quality, and, further, that
it is sure death and extermination to the
"COTTON WORM," "CURCULIO," APPLE
MOTH, POTATO I'LG, TOBACCO WORM,
IIOP LOUSE, ARMY WORM,
and all dezcriptions of insect and vermicular
life which infest and devastate the P'anta
tion, the Farm, the Orchard or the Garden.
'ncE 315 P.at Tox.
PAUL C. TRENHAOLM,
Co,nniisPion Merchant,
No. 2 Union Wharves.
Jlune 8, 23-tf.
Attend to Your Children's Teeth
We are so often called on to extract the
first Molars or Jaw Teeth for children, and
to regulate or strengthen the front teeth,
which become crooke:i from neglect, that
we think it advisable to call the attention of
parents to the subject ; so that the back teeth
may be filled and the front teeth noticed
whilst children are cutting their second set,
?o as to prevent their coming irregular.
C,hildren shed, or lose but ten teeth from
the upper jaw, and ten from the lower jaw,
nd the Molars, or jaw teeth, which they
:ut BAcs of these belong to their adult or
rown set. Many persons say they were
ot aware of this fact. Now notice and act
Lecordingly. Charges very moderate.
ternts Cash. R. S. WHALEY,
Mar. 2, 9-tf Surgeon Dentist.
STILL IN ADVANCE!
Goods Purchased at Lowest Gold Prices.
NEW ARRIVALS DAiLY.
T'II ;ubscriber having just returned
rom New York withi one of the finest se
ections of 'woods in the JEWELRY AND
MANCY GO'ODS LINE, would call especial
.ttention to the following articles, which
vill be sold at astonishinir low prices : Gold
nid Silver WATCHES; Fine GOLD JEW
~LRY ; Watch Chains, Silverware, Specta
les, American and French Clocka~, Statues,
~oilet Sets, Pocket Books, Fans, Musical
loxes, and many other articles too numer
ucs to mention.
ISAAC SULZBACHER,
Columbia Hotel Row.
April 20, 16-tf.
W. L. GOURDINE,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR
SCOURER, &c.,
FROM CHARLESTON.
Respectfully anniounces that he
s prepared to cut and fit gentle.
men's suits to their entire satis
ion. Having had 'a large expe.
~ience in the tailoring business.
nd being constantly supplied with
~he latest New York Fashions, he
'eels nio hesitancy in asking for
patronage. Work promptly de
ivered. Terms mnoderate.
fo making sack coat...............$4 00
fo cut and make pants.............15
ro cut and make vest............... 1.50
fo cut and make walking coat........5 00
fo cut and make fine black frock coat. . 8 O0
[o ent suit of clothes................1.0
A pril 13
PI10TOGII1III0 GILE RY
Over MAYEs & MARTIN'S,
N E WBE RRYT, S. C.
W. H. WISEMAN,
RIESIUENT ARTIST,
TAKES pleasure in informing the citi
:ens of New berry and surrounding country,
.hat he is prepared to make Photographs
>f all sizes, and in every variety of finish,
mdii all other kinds of pictures.
Having added largely to his stock, and
eepinig up with all the recent improvements
n the art, he feels satisfied of his ability to
ratify the tastes of all.
PRICES TERY REASONABLE.
Mar. 16, 11-tf.
Where to -Stop.
WILLIAMS' HOTEL,
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTA3URG2~ C. H., S. C.
O1NTIXENTAL HOTEL,
LA URENS C. H., 1S. C.
J. T. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the traveling public are re
ectfully informed,that the above named
LOTELS are now under my control; and
iey may rest assured that the reputation of
e two houses will be fully kept up. The
eaoms are comitortably furnished and the
ables will be supplied with the best of ev
rything. May Ui, 19-tf.
Barber Shop.
I can be found next to Messrs. Smith &
bristian's. where I will shave, shampoo,
nd cut gentlemen's hair, neatly and cheaply.
May 11, 19-tf.
AtARON TILMA~N.
Prime Eastern Hay
~or sale by
H. C. WISKEMAN.
Jan. 2t' A...f
Citizens' Savings Bank.
OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.
BRANCH AT NEWBERRY, C. II, S. C.
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received.
Interest Allowed at the Rate of Seven per
cent. per Annum on Certificates of De
posit, and six per cent, Compounded
Every six Months on Accounts.
OFFICERS.
WM. MARTIN, President.
I JOH B. PALMER, Vice-Presidents.
JOlIN P. THOMAS,
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
G. T. SCOTT, Assistant Cashier.
FINANCE COMMITTEE.
JNO. T. PETERSON.
E. S. COPPOCK.
R. S. CHICK.
SOLICITORS.
FAIR, POPE & POPE.
DIRECTORS.
Wade Hampton, Columbin.
William Martin, Goiumbia.
F. W. McMaster, Columbia.
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. II. Ileintish, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, (olumbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. S"ntt, Newberry.
W. G. M.tvs, Newberrv.
B. II. Rutledge, Charleston,
Daniel Ravenel, Jr., Charleston,
. baneS. Labor.r.:. ?.".4, I- -
Orphans and others may here deposit their
savings and draw a liberal rate of interest
thereon. Planters, Professional men and
Trustees wishing to draw interest on their
funds until they require them for business
or other purposes ; Parents desiring to set
apart small sums for their children, and
Married Women and Minors (whose de
posits can only be withdrawn by themselves,
or, in case of death, by their legal repre
s'entatives), wishing to lay aside funds for
future use, are here afforded an opportunity
of depositing their means where they will
rapidly accumulate, and at the same time,
be sultject to withdrawal when needed.
Apr. 6, 14--6mo.
LOOK OUT
FOR YOUR MEALS
AT THE
ALXTOY HOTEL.
BREKFAST GO
AND
DINNER OING DOVN1
Dec 22 50-3m
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 24,1870.
ON SUNDAY Bext, the 29th instant, and until
Ibrther notice, this Company will run a Sunday
train for lPssegers between Columbia and
Helena, stopping at all stations, as follows:
Leave Columbia at........................7.00 a m
Arrive at Helena.................... 10.40 a in
RETUBR.rl.
LIAve Helena at.....................38.20 p m
Arrive at Columbia................ 7.00 p m
JOHN H. MORE, Gen'l Sup's.
June 1, 2?-tf
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, MAT 15, 1870.
THE. following Schedule for Passenger Trains
will be observe from this date:
DAY PA5sENGER TEAIX.
Leaving Columbia a.......... ...7.45 a. mn.
Arriving at Columbia at............4.10 p.mi.
BIGHT ETRES TEAIN.
Leaving Columbia it.................7.50 p.m.
Arriving at Columbia at. .......... 600 a. mn.
Taz CAMDzN TRaI-Tal wEKLY.
[Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.l
Arrive at Columbia 11.00 a. mn. Leave 1.00 p. in.
Arrive at Kingvllle in time to connect with
through mail train South.
H.T. PEAK E, General Sup't.
June 15, 24-tF.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
GENERA L FREIGHT AND TICKET OFFICE,
COx.UxBIA, S. C., December 23. 1869.
TIlE following Passenger Schedule will go in
to effect on this Road on and after SUNDAY
next, 26th instant:
GOTNG NonlTH.
Leave Augusta. at................... 400 a. mn.
*Columbia, S. C., at............. 9.5 a. mn.
"Winnsboro, at...............11.40 a. mn.
"Chester, at....................1.40 p. mn.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C...........4.15 p. m.
Making connections with Trains of North Car.
olina Road for all points North and East.
GoING 8OUTH.
Leave Charlotte. N. C., at............10 15 a. mn.
* Chester .................... 1.25 p. m.
" Winnsboro, at................ 2.57 p. mn.
"Columbia. S. C. at............4.52 p. mn.
Arrive at Augusta.................... 9.42 p. m.
Making close connections with Trains of Cen
tral and (Georgia Railroads. for Savannah. and
all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus. Mont
gomery, Mobile. New Orleans. Selma, Chattanoo
ga, Memphis. Nashville. Louisville. Cincinnati,
St. Louis. all points South ana West.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all_priwcipal points.
87 Passengers by this route GoSNG NonTH,
have choice ot TH REE 'D1FFEaEET BoUTES.
C. BOtCKNIGH lT. Superintendent.
E. Rt. DonsET, Gen. Freight, and Ticket Agt.
Mar. 30, 13-tf.
Summer Schedule.
SPARTANBURG AND UNION R. R.
Uxios C. H.. S. C., June 21,1870.
On and after Monday. the 27th instant, there
will be Daily Passenger Trains over this Road.
On Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saitr
days. the D)own Trains will leave Spartanbnrg
Courthouse at 5:30 A. M., and arrive at Alston
11 A. M.
Returning, leave Alston at 12 M ., and reach
Spartanburg Courthouse at 5:30 P. M1.
On Tuesdays. the Down Trains will leave Spar
tan burg Courthouse at 7:30 A. )., and arrive at
Alston ati? . M.
Returning, leave Alston at 2:15 P. X., and
reach Spart anburg Churthouse at 7. P. 31.
On Thursdays, the Down Trains will leave
Spartanburg Courthouse at 3:46 A. M., and ar
rive at Alston at8:35 A. M1.
Returning, leave Alston at 9:30 A. M1., and
reach Spartanburg Courthouse at 2:40 P. 31.
By this Schedule,persons coming down the
Greenville Road on Tesdays can come up the
Spartanburg Road the same day. without deten
tion on the way, and persons going down this
road on Tbursdays can go through to Columbia
without detention at Alston. Persons going
down this road on Thursdays can go up the
Greenville Road the same day, without detention
on the way, and pirties coming up from Col um
bia same day, for this road, will not be detained
at Alston. THbOMAS B. JIETEIt
July 6,.27-Sf. President S.& U. R.' .
Newberry ilotel.
J. P. POOL, Proprietor.
This Hotel is centrally situated, commo
dious, airy and well appointed. No pains
are spared to make the guests feel "at
home."
Sept. 15.
IPAVILION HOTEL.
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
3IRS. H. L. BUTTERFIELD,
R. HAM3ILTON,
Sept. ~.Superintendent.
P. P. TOALE,
OHARLESTON, S. C.
Largest and most complete
Manufactory of oorsSaahes,
the Southern States.
PRITED PRICE LIST DEFIES C0MPETITION.
0 SEND FOR ONE. _
W SENT FREE ON APPLICATION. ,
April 6, 1S70-14-ly.
DYSPEPSIA &ANDIGESTION
*1EX' ; (ts&Pt 7 1PPETIGZ
\/ e. rl r . n J r J ~
enCPRAPPLts
N. B. The Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue has decided that any dealer can sell
this article without a special license.
For sale in Newberry by DR. JAMES
McINTOSH, Druggist and apothecary.
March 30 ly.
Full Benefit of Re
duction to
Patrons.
ANTE BELLUM PRICES.
FAL IN DRY GOODS
AT
I H. & M. 1 II,ATAR'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE recent fall in gold, and the calico
war between those New York princes of the
rival htouses of Stewart and Clafin, have
had such an influence on the price of Dry
Goods that we are enabled to sell to suit
the tumble. It is a bad wind that blows
nobody good and we are determnund that
our euatomers shil n oe the benefit of it.
Either co"e to us or send your orders.
J. II, & M. L. JiINAR.D'S
Dry Goods House, Columbia.
Mar. 16, l l-tf.
DR. SHALLENBERCER'S
Fever and Ague
A NT ID OT E
Always Stops the Chills.
This Medicine has been before the Pub
lic fifteen years, and is still ahead of anl
other known remedies. It does not purge,
does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
safe in any dose and under all circum
stances, and is the only Medicine that will
CURE IMMEDIATELY
and permanently every form of Fever
and Aguie, because it is a perfect .Anti
dote to lYalairia.
Sold b.y all Druzzists.
nov 2-1ly
WILLIAM GLAZE,
[LATE GLAZE & RADCLIFFE,)
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Golumbia and the country generally that
he has resumed his old husiness, that of
WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELRY, where a
full stock of all goods kept in a first-class
establishment can be found. He will use
his best endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
He hopes to receive a share of patronage.
lie will keep first class workmen, and all
work entrusted to him will be warranted..
Mar. 9, 10-Gm.
NICKERSON HOUSE.
C 0 L U M BI A,
IJU THI CAROLINA.
This pleasantly located HOTEL, unsur
passed by any House in the South for com
fort and healthy locality, is open to Trav
ellers and others seeking BOARD for the
Summer. Families can be accommodated
with nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A call is solicited."
Mv Omnibus will be found at the differ
ent depots-passengers carried to and f rom
the Hotel free of charge.
May 19 20 tf WM. A. WRIGHT.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
COLUMBIA, S. C.
-0
T HE pROPRIETORS take pleasure in ans
nouncing that this elegantly.furnished
Esabihment is now open for the accom
nodation of guests. The table will always
e supplied with every delicacy of the seas
on-both from New York and Charleston
arkets. and no efforts will be spared to
ive perfect satisfaction, in cvery respect, to
ar patrons.
WM. GORM . N
B. RBCBOF. C. 'VVLBERB. J. B. PI1 R.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
1Wo0e 1&oeeh3,
AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS,
SEGARS, TOBACCO, &C.
197 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mar. 30, 13-1y.
L. CHAPIN & CO.
MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS IN
20 Ilaync & 33 & 35 Pinckney Sts.
Aho, 198 Meeting Street,
Mar. 30, 13-3m.
TRADir.MARKU
OLD i1ROLI1 BITTERS.
A DELIGHTFUL TONIC.
We take great pleasure in offering the
OLD GAROLINA BiTTERS
to the public. They are compounded with
great care, and contain some of the best
Tonics in the Pharmacopia. As evidence
of the superiority of our BITTERS over all
others, we have certificates from many of t
the leading physicians in our State, who have 1
prescribed thei in their practice. The o
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Will be found invaluable for
Want of Appetite,
General Debility,
Chills and Fever, and
Dyspepsia.
We do not offer our BITTERS as a cure
for all diseases, but as an Aromatic Tonic,
they have no equal.
For sale by Druggists and Grocers every.
where. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Importers of Choice Drugs and Chemicals,
Feb. 16, 7-1y. Chareston, S. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
DRUGGIST,
131 MEETING STREET,
(Opposite Market St.,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.h
Dec 22, 50-tf
OF VIRGINIA.
iEAsONs WHlY EVERY ONE sTIOUI.D) INSURE t1
TIlE EQ(nALITY LIFE INsURANcE CoM
PANY OF RICH3MoND viIIGINIA.
1st. It is more LIBERA L to the INSU- (
RERS thana any other company, and will
eventually become PU"RELY MUTUAL and
belong to the INSURERS.
2d. It circulates its money amongst it.s
atrons, who are the insurers. Conse- i
uently they are continually getting the ir
:enefit of the rapid accumulations of the E
ompany, the money being invested by ii
he Board of Directors amongst the in. t
surers. Therefore the insurers are build- e
ng up an institution peculiarly their own
nd conducted for their benefit
3d. The loans of this company are as lib
ral as other companmes who declare divi
ends at the end of the secoz'd, third and ds
fourth years, but this Company at the end ~,
f the first and every year. Thereby the 1,
isurer saves several years' interest on his s<
oans by insuring in this Company, and he si
ever loses his money it he pays up for ONE
WHOLE YEAR ; whereas, in other compa- b
ies, he has to remain an insurer for sev
ral years, or he loses all the money he has
aid.A
DAVID B. CL ARK, President. v
TilOS. IH. WYNNE, Vice-President.
JollN Q. WINN, Secretary.
General JAMES H. LANE, Actuary. Il
Dr. F. B.WATKINS, Medical Advisers.
Dr. C. U. WV.DAVIS, f
Judge JOHN A. MEREDITH, Counsellor.
DIRECToRs.
. B. WINSTON, Treasurer and Secretary
R. F. & P. R. R.
WM. J. JOHNSON, of Johnson & Hunt,
Wholesale Grocers.
WM. II. POWERS, of Winston & Powers,
Wholesale Grocers.
ALBERT ORiDWAY, Treasurer Bucking
ham State Company.
. F. GIBSON, Superintendent A dams' Ex
press Company.
HARLES Y. MORRIS, Morris & Co.'s Su
gar Refinery.
. A. PEPLE, Superintendent Manchester
Cotton Mills.
OHN H. TYLER, John HI. & John Tyler,
Je welers.
OSES MIL L USE R, Wholesale Dry Goods. E
HOMAS S. BALDWVIN, Clothier.
OIN M. GODDIN, Cashier Planters' Bank.
. R. DOWELL, Superintendent Western
Union Telegraph Company.
ALEN. G. ROBERTSON, Cat tle Broker. A
EORGE L HERRING, Wholesale Grocer.
. L. BROWN, of Brown, Jones & Go.,
Wholesale Grocers.
. BODEKER, Druggist.
S. M. ROSENBAUM, of S. & 3!. Rosenbaum,
Dry Goods.
quality Life Insurance Co.
Examine its Pamphlets before you insure, it
is to your interest to do so.
Pricipl Dffice 1015~ Main Street, Richmond,h Va
AGENTS WArrED EVERYWHER3E.
OHN A. CHAPMAN, Da. JAS. McINTOSH!
Local Agent. Examining Physician,
BEN,T. G. EERIOT, Gen. Travelling Ag't,
Charleston, 8. C. E
Sep. 22 37 ly.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ROBERT JOYNER,
PRORlIETOR. 0
P. H.AXILTON JOYNEE, CLEEK, be
RATES,
f Board, per Day..............$.-- 6
upper, Breakfast and Lodging....2 00
ingle Meals.......... ......... . .0 c
Cep. 8,, 188'.I0
A
HRRO REMEDY!
HENRY'S
CARBOLIC
Constitution
RENOVATOR!
Based on Science.
Prepared with Skill,
end all the available ingenuity, and expert
tess, that the art of pharmacy of the present
lay can contribute.
Lnd Combining in Concentrated Form the most
Valuable Vegetable Juices
tnown in the History of Medicines for
PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
Imparting
NUTRITION TO THE SYSTEM,
Tone to the Stomach,
Lnd a Healthy action to the Liver, Kidneys,
Secretive and Excretive Organs.
A DYING ZOUAVE
ty breathing his last on the battle field, his I
ompanions surged on and left him alone.
'hey knew the canse of his approaching end,
twas the deadly bullet. No friendly voice
ould cheer him to life-nohuman skill could
ave him.
[ housands of Precious Lives
re to day as rapidly sinking, and as surely
3ttering on to an untimely end, in Suffering,
Lgony, Wretchedness, and Ignorance of the
ause which
Science can arrest and assuage,
Nourish into new Life and Vigor.
And cause the Bloom of Health
To dance once more upon their withered Cheeks.
DISEASE, LIKE A THIEF,
teals upon its victims unawares, and before
hey are aware of its attack, plants itself
rmly in the system, and through neglect or
sattention becomes seated, and defies all
rdinary or temporary treatment to relin
nish its merciless grasp.
DO YOU KNOW THE CAUSE OF
The wasted form-the hollow cheek ?
The withered face-the sallow complexion ?
The feeble voice-the sunken, glasWeye ?
The emaciated form-the trembling frame?
The treacherous pimple-the torturing sore ?
The repulsive eruption-the inflamed eye ?
The pimpled face-the rough colorless skin?
nd debilitating ailments of the present age ?
he answer is simple, and covers the whole
round in all its phazes viz: the
FANGS OF DISEASE
AND
IEREDITARY TAINT
ARE FIRMLY FIXED IN THE
ountain of Life--the Blood.
THE
Indiscriminate Vaccination
uring the late war, with diseased Lymph
as
TAINTED THE BEST BLOOD
Sthe entire land. It has planted the germ
f the most melancholy disease in the veins
f men, women and children on all sides, and
othing short of
L HEROIC REMEDY
'Ill Eradicate it root and branch, forever.
Such a Remedy Is
HENRY'S
CA RBOLIC
30NSTITUTION
RENOVATOR.
Ow REACHING TIHE STOMACH, it assimti
tes -.t once with the food and liquids there,
t, and. from the moment it passes into the
lood, it attacks disease at its fountain head,
Sts germ and maturity, and dissipates it
rough the avenues of the organs with un
ring certainty, and sends new and pure
lood bounding through every artery and
emn.
The tubercules of Scrofula that sometimes
urish and dtud the inner coating of the ab
amen, like kernels of corn, are withered, dis
>lved and eradicated and the diseased parts
ourished into life. The Torpid Liver and
iactive Kidneys are stimulated to a healthy
eretion, and their natural functions re
:red to renewed health and activity.
Its action upon the blood, fluids of the
dy, and Glandular System, are
ONIC, PURIFYING AND DISINFECTANT,
t its touch, d isease droops, dies, and the
ictim of its violence, as it were,
LEAPS TO NEW LIFE.
Relieves the entire system of rains and
Aches, enlivens the spirits, and imparts a
Sparkling brightness to the Eye,
A rosy glow to the Cheek,
A ruby tinge to the Lip.
A clearness to the Head,
A brightness to the Complexion,
A buoyancy to the Spirits,
And happiness on all sides.
Thousands have been rescued from the
erge of the grave by its timely use.
This Remedy is now offered to the public
'itb the most solemn assurance of its intrin
c medicinal virtues, and powerful Healing
roperties.
FOR ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE
idneys, Retention of Uirine,
And Diseases of Women and Children.
ervons Prostration. Weakness, General
Lassitude, and Loss of Appetite,
it is unsurpassed.
It extinguishes
ffetions of the Bones, Habitual Costiveness,
Debility, Disese of the Eidneys, Dyspep
sia, Erysipelia, Female Irregularities,
Fistula, all Skin Diseases, Liver
Complaint, Indigestion, Piles,
Pulmonary Diseases, Con
sumption. Scrofula or
King's Evil,
SYPHILIS.
PREPARED BT
Prof. M. E. HENRY,'
DIRECTOR-GENERAL
oF THE
IERLIN HOSPITAL,
M1. A., L. L. D., F. R.S.
HENRY & CO., Proprietors.
LABORATORY, 278 PEARL STREET.
Post-office Box, 5272, NEW YoRK.
tr CONSTrIUTION RENOVATOR is SI
r botte, six hottles for S5. Sent anywhere
Sreceipt of price. Patients are requested
correspond confidentially, and reply will1
made by following mail.
Sold by all respectable Druggists.
Sold at Newberry by
Dr. J1. McINTOSH.
Entered accordingr to Act of Congress, by M.*
Haay, in the clerk's Office of the District
urt for the Southern Distrit of'New Tork.
an. 90, A-1
The Bee-Keeper's Journal
AND
MTIOML AGRIftLTI'RIST
Have been consolidated,
and removed from Cleve
- land,Ohio, and Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, to NewYork
City. The two journals in
one is now a large illustra
ted, double quarto, eight page paper, contain
irg Five different departments, viz: Bee
Keeping, Agriculture, Home and Fireside,
Ladies' and Youths' Departments, making
it the cheapest andbest family paper in Amer
ica, for only $1 a year. Edited by Homer
A. King, Ellen S. Turr. - nd James M.
Kuester, and published t,y ;t. A. King-& Co.,
37 Park Row, New York, who send one sam
ple copy free, to every applicant and to all
enterprising Bee-Keepers. "IIints to Bee
Keepers," a practical Pamphlet of 32 pages,
in neat pink covers, (Seventh Edition, and
19,000), sent post paid for 10 cents; also au
thors of "The Bee-Keeper's Text Book,"
which has reached its Ninth Edition, and
Twenty-Second Thousand, having ran Eight
Editions of 10,000 copies in less than three
years; sent post-paid, neatly bound in red
muslin 75 cents, in paper cover, only 40 ets,
or one copy sent free to every new subscriber
to the two papers, in the following liberal
offer:
The undersigned, in order to favor our
readers, and increase the circulatioa of the
Herald, have made arrangements with the
above firm to send the BecaKeeper's .Journal
and National Agriculturist, and the Herald,
both one year, for $3 65, and send a eopy of
the work "Hints to Bee-Keeper's," and "The
Keeper's Text Book," FREE to each subseri'
her. We hope our friends will show this
liberal offer to their bee-keeping neighbors,
and send to the above firm for a sample copy,
but to avail yourselves of this offer, the mon
ey and names of subscribers must be sent to
as. Address,
T. F. & I I GRENEKER,
Editors Herald.
Feb 25 tf Newberry, S. C.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS,
And all People living in the Country.
GREAT DISTRIBUrION OF
SEWING MACHINES,CL0CKS,WATCHES,&c
The great New York Agricultural, llorti
cultural, and general Family Paper, the Ru
RAL AMEEICAr, -is FREE to January next!
No other paper of its class is so large, nor so
cheap, nor so practical. It contains double
the reading matter th:.t can be found in
other similar publications, for the same price
-only $1.50 a year singly, and Si 00 in
Clubs! A new volu"e--the fourteenth-be
gins January 1st, .; and its subscribers
will receive gratuitously the most magnifi
cent distribution of elegant First-Class Sew
ing Machines, Eight-day Clocks, solid Gold,
and other Watches, ever before offered! Club
Agents are wanted everywhere, as the paper
is National, and circulates in all the States
and Territories. The general Premium List
is more liberal than was ever before offered
by any publisher in the United States. A
splendid $40 Sewing Machine, (really worth
$60,) is offered FREE for a Club that can be
obtained anywhere in three days! Magnifi
cent Eight-day Clocks, worth $15, for a Club
that may be got up in one day; with solid
gold and other Watches, &c,, at similar
rates! Now is the time for Club Agents to
commence their lists, so as to receive the pa,
per FREE for the balance of the year. We
invite all persons wanting the best and cheap
est rural paper in existence to seud $1.50 to
us, and receive it from now to January 1871;
or to send for a sample copy, which wili be
sent FREE.-Club Agents supplied with
specimens, Premium Lists, .c.
GREAT PREMIUMS FOR EARLY CLUBS.
For only ten subscribers, at S1 each, sent
in before the 1st of January next, we will
send the Club Agent, FREE, a copy of the
Rural American, one year, and a copy of the
New York Weekly Sun, one year, the best
paper published, not partizan in polities!
This offer, for two or three hours work only,
is the most liberal ever before offered in the
history of the rural press.
N. B.-After January 1st, Twelve subscri
bers at S1 will be required to entitle the
Agent to the above Premiums.
Adidress, C. F. M[NER & Co.,* New Bruns
wick, New Jersey, (near Tork.) where the
Editorial Office and farm are situated.
A Splendid Chance,
An Extraordinary Offer,
Don't Delay; Send at once.
tHE IJEDIG AGRICEL11TR J0[IRNl
OF THE COUNTRY,
FREE FOR ONE YE AR.
TxE AMERICAN STOcK JoURNAL-A first
tlass monthly, containing 32 large double
olumn pages devoted to Farming and Stock
Breeding, containing regular departments
for the Practical Farmer, Dairyman. Stock
Breeder, Wool Grower, and Poultry Keeper,
!c., &c., &c. Ihis'.rated with numerous fine
Engravings and bound in handsomely tinted
overs. Farmers wvill tind this monthly a
ecry efficient aid in all the departments of
Faming and Stock Breeding. It has a Vete
rinary Department under the charge- of one
af the ablest Professors in the United States,
vho answers through the .JOURNAL, free of
:harge, all questions relating to Sick, Injured
yr Dise.ased Horses, Cattle, sheep, Swine or
Poultry. Thus every Subscriber has a Horse
and Cattle Doctor FREE.
We are now prepared to offer the AS[ERI
AN STOCK JOURNAL as a FREE GIFT for
ane year, to ALL NtEW SUBSCRZIERs (or re
ewals) to the Newherry H ERALD. who shall
ubscribe immediately andl par in advance
This is a rare opportunity wh ich the intelli
gent people of our section will no doubt duly
appreciate. Hand in your subscriptions at
nce and secure The STOCK JOURNAL free
For one year.
T. F. .& R. II. GRENEKEI
Nov 17, 45-6mn
A SPLENDID CH.NCE TO COM
BINE THE ECON)MICAL! TiE l'SEFUL!!
rHE ENI'ERTAINING AND ThiE B,EAITI
EL!!! We haveaurranged to furnish the New
berry hIerald and Demiorest's Illn'trated Month
ly. the Modei Parlor Magazine of America, for
only 55.
Demore t's Monthly Magazine contains the es
entials of all otners, including the utilities of the
lousehold and Home interests in all its depart
me'ts.
The only Reliable Fashions in all their details.
The beauties and utilities of Literature. P'oetry.
ketches, Stories. Music, and every branch of en
ertining and useful reading calculated to en
liven and elev-te society and make our homes
:heerful. attractive,.useful, and happy; with a
large and magnificent Steel EngravIng. 28 by 35
Fnches, entitled "The P'lc-nic on the Fourth of
July." valued at $10, to each subscriber as a
premium.
The engraving is all done in line and stipple.
from the original painting by Lily M. Spence:r,
an i. besides the copyright, cost over seven thou
mand do; lars. and is acknowledged by artists to
be the most perfect a.d beautiful large egraving
tver issued in this country. Certainily S10 will
aot procure another that combines so much in
rest and beauty. 1) cents for mailing the en
rviug thould accompany the subscription.
Feb. 2, 5-1y.
The Newberry Herald clubbed withJ
Lne Rural American at very low rate.
We will club the HERALD with the RUAL
AERICAN at the very low rate of $3 50, for
both pal,rs, one year. (1870;) and the Rural
American will be sent FREE for the balance
f 1869, to alr ,sbscribers who send in their
tames early! Here is a chance to obtain the
largest and best Agricultural, Horticultural,
and general Family Paper published in the
United States, and the IIERALD foronlly FIFE
r CENT8 more than the regular price of our
paper! Such a chauce is rare, and it will he
to the interest of our re,ders to call and sub
cribe soon, so as to secure the Rural Ameri.
an for the balance of 1869 Famst.
T. F. .& R. 1H. GRENEKER.
Nov 17, 4.5-6m
SUBSCRIBE TO THE
MONTIIL FISITOIR.
nll of Choice Reading, Comicalitles,
Puzzles, Enigmas, &c., &c.
ONLY
50) cents per annum in advance.
Published at Charleston. S. C.,
BY
F. EUGENE DURBEC.
Address as above, with name and resi
lence plainly written, or to Messrs.
B3OINEST & MARiTIN,
AGENTS MONTHLY XISITUR.
A Splendid Ofer.
Having made arrangements with the fol
lowing first class papers and magazines, we
can club them with the Herald at the very
low prices n..med, and will hold this unpre.
cedeuted offer open to all new subscribers
from now until the first of April. We
would advise that clubs be formed in sec
tions and that each member of a club take
a different paper, as this will give a great
variety of interesting reading to neighbor
hoods. We fui ther offer to those who will
get up a club of ten subscribers to -the Her
ald and any of the papers named, a copy of
our paper free, or for a club of twenty with
the papers named, one copy of the Herald
and a copy of any of the magazines or pa
pers in the list.' Young ladies and gentle
men with a very little exertion can make
up a club under terms so advantageous.
Read the list and terms:
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Single copies..... .............s 3 0o
Five copies.... . .................. 1250
Ten copies, (and one extra,)........ 22 50
Herald and XIX Century ............ 6 00
Herald and Rural Carolinian... ....4 50
Herald and New Eclectic...........6 25
Herald and Lady's Friend............ 4 50
Herald and Saturday Evening Post... 4 50
Herald and Southern Cultivator....... 4 50
Herald and Rural American...........3 50
Herald and Stock Journal.......... 3 25
Herald and Evening Lamp............ 4 25
Herald and Riverside Magazine..... 5 00
Herald and School Day Visitor..... 4 00
Herald and Eclectic Magazine...... 6 O&
Herald and Peters' Musical Magazine 4 50
Herald and Deorest's,Maazine.... 5 00
Herald and Burke's Weekly........ 4 50
[Herald and Southern Farm & Home. 4 50
Herald and Bee Journal and Nation
al Agriculturist............. 3- 50
PUBLLSIERS Newberry Herald
EVERY FAMILY should take at least
ONE General Newspaper besides their county
paper, "every time." It should be
TUE EST, -
MOST ENTERTAINING,
MOST VAELEI7,
and TIlE CHEAPEST,
$3, $3, $3, 33, 33, $3, 33.
Three Dollars pays for one year's subscrip'.
tion, or
$1, S1, S1, $1, S1, Si.
One dollar for four months to the ---
Mobile Weekly Register,
The Oldest, Largest, and best known of
Southern family journals.
Hon. JOHN FORSYTH, Editor-in-Chief.
It employs the best talent in the country.
Its Stories are the most entertaining.
Its Poetry the most brilliant.
Its Correspondence is from all important
points.
Its Telegraphic Summary is a complete
history of the week.
Its Commercial Review and Prices Current
every Mcrchaat and Planter needs-it is cor
rect.
Its Agrieultural Department is most full
Edited by Hon. C. C. LANGDON.
Its Polities A.Lwars DEMOCRATIC and
SOUTIUERN.
It has been published uninterruptedly for
Half a Century.
It has double the circulation of any paper
in the Southern States.
Subscribe for the Monr. WEEKLY REo.
.sTEn, 1 year 3.00-4 months 61.00.
Get your ncighbors to join yon. Clubs of
four one year $10 00-take It four months on
trial-send $1.00. Specimen copy free.
Address, - W. D. MANN, -
Prop. Register. Mobile, Ala.
June i5, 24-tf'.
Don't, Don't! Don't De?
Do not forget that Wood's Housebol
zine 4s ackno wledged to be 3he Largest a
Dollar Monthly in the World.
Do not forget that more money's worth
en, in Premiums for new Subscr:bers to W '
tinusehold Magazine, than for any other publi- --
eatiua in the world.
Do not foret that Six Hundred Dollars will
be awarded lb June for Six Prize Stories to be
published in Wood's Household Magazine.
Latly, but not leatly do not forget that
89Pze,wrth fr.*m $1.50 to $100 in green,.
bjackcs. have just been awarded to subscribers and
agents for Wood's Household Magnzine; and
tbiet similar prizes are to be repeate tri-annual
ly. No oteynor hxumbut. The pblication is
in its sixth vlme. For two seien copies
and catalogue of premiums, enclos 10 cents, and
address 8. S. WOOD, Newburgh, N. Y.
Don't fail to ask your newadealer for a copy.
DON'T ! DON'T !! DON'T !!!
A rIl13,15a-ly.
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
FACTOR Y.
We will keep constantly on hand a
choice variety of fine Top and no Top
Buggies of the latest and most approvecd
styles.
Old Carriages and Buggies rent ..ted
and made to look good as new.
Special attention given to repairing fine
Carriages and Buggies which is important
to consumers.
Rcpairmng done in the best manner and
at favorable prices
In connection with our factory we are
filling orders for fine Carriages. light Rock
aways, Germantowns Pheatons, Top and
no Top Buggies from a first class North
ern Factory. Terms cash on delivery.
Our factory is near the Depot.
J. TAYLOR & CO.
July 21 28 ly.
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly on
-handa full assortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffina
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable ra.tes, with
promptness and despatch. -
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charga
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
furniished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully aska for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that,
no effort on his part will be spared to rendet'
the utmost satisfactiqn.
A. C. CU APMAX
Newberry S- C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in a.nnouic-,
ing to this community that, having m.ade
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
to furnish
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
A NDREW C. CH APMAN,
0..7 -i tf. Ncwberry C. H., S. C.

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