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FORGIVE AND FORGET.
Forgive aid forget-it i. better
To flitg every feeling aside,
T :ui allow the deep etnkeritg fetter
Of re%enge i:o thy brea.t to abide.
For thy steps througi lie':s path sh. be
When the load from thy !)o:o:n Is cast,
And the skv that's above theE be brighter
When the clond of di;pleabure has pasfsed.
Though-thy spirit swell high with emotion
Tv -ive back an i::jnstice again,
sink iin ob!ivon's ocecan,
For rinemoraice inereases the p:tin.
.:A why shon!d we linger in sorrow
W4ei itsshAladlow iS passig awiy,
Or seek to encouater to-morrow
The blast that sweeps o'er us to-day ?
Oh, memory's a varying river,
And though it may pla;idly diHe
When the sunbe.1n, of'joy o'er it quiver,
It foams when the storm meets its tide.
Then stir not the current of m.duess,
For its wrath thou %'it ever regret.
Though the morning beatis break on tiv
Ere tw sunsrt, furgive and forget.
In a certain small town on the
Mississippi lived a man who made
horse-trading a business. He
bought up horses for a city mar
ket, and was considered pretty
good on a trade.
One day, a long. lean. queer,
green looking specimen ot the
western country arrived at the
dock with a boat load of horses.
Ho inquired for the horse jockey.
"Daddy sent me down with some
horses,"' h said. in a half idiotic
"What do you want for your
"Daddy said you could set yure
price," was the res)onse.
"Let me go down and look at
your horses," said Br-wn, andl ac
cordingly they were soon at the
Brown examined the horses. and
named the price he would give for
this one and that, and the country
bumpkin made no objection, al.
though some of the offers were
n6t more than one-half the real
price of the animal. One of the
bystanders gently suggested to
-becountryman that he was being
cheated, but he returned
"Daddv said Bron n would set,
-t6e price himself," and so Brown
a ll-is own way.
_Avlast* they came to another
aniimal which did not look much
superior to the rest.
"I must have more for that an
ermel, said the fellow. "D)addy
says hoecan run some."
Run !"said Brown. "that nag
catn't rutn worth a cent."
"Daddy said so, a ni d daddy
W.hy, I've got one up at the
st.ables that would beat it all hol
"Guess not," said the fellow.
--Let's try 'em. I'll bet the whole
boat load of horses on 'im."
"I'll stake five thousand dlollars
against your boat load," said
Brown, winking to the crowdc,
"and these men," selecting two.
"shall hold the stakes."
Brown's five thousand was in
trusted to one and the other went
on board the horse boat.
One of the crowd starteud to re
muonstrate with the poor idiotic
fellow, but he only responded
"Golly ! dlad told ine he could
run some, and daddy ought to lose
'em if he wvas sich a tar-nal fool as
to tell me that when he couldn't."
Brown's sleek racer was brought
dlown, anid Brown mounted him.
Tlhe countryman led ont his ani
mal and climbed on his b)ack,look
ing as uncouth and awkward as
the horse he proposed to ride.
The word wvas given. and they
started midst the laughter of' the
crowd. At first Brow'n was ahead.
and it looked as though the poor
fellow was to be badly beaten,
whien suddenly he plunged for
ward and the horse jockey wvas
left far beluind. Such going had
not beeni se in thuo par'ts for a
long time, and 1poor Brown was
crestfanllen, as the cheers of the
by-standers fell on his cars.
"i'll take the spondulix," said
the countryman, riding up. "Dad
was right. The anermal can git
rou:n d a little."
.Brown tried to say it was a joke,
but the fellow would have his
"-I guess I won't trade to-day,"
he said, as he put it in his old,
rough, leather' pockect-book. I'll
go back to daddy."
In vain Brown tried to induce
him to trade, but he pushed off
his boat, resolutely saying, "I'd
better go back, and tell daddy."
Brown was completely sold, for
he knew att once that the green
countr.'man was a leetle shre wder
than people imagined him, and
had just come there purposely to
win his money from him.
Next time he did not ridicule a
horse that daddy said could run
FOR YOUR MEALS
ma.Brea.kfast Going Up and Dinner
CUSTOM1 made pegged CALF
B~OOTS. and wasn?ed.
For sale by T). NOWFR.
C. F. JACKSON
L.\RGE, BEAUTIFUL AND C!I.i
ST(ICK oPIGt. 0\E
Are n:ow readv FOl S.\LE. And a1l CU
TiE.'qi s v e SURN. OF I).%l!GANS
th: S-ock I ki'! be'd at
VERY SM.L PROFITS.
C. F JACKSON,
Main Sut-et, COLLX.\11 i S. C.
Apr. 5, I I-tf
goois, Sash s, 8 irids
P. P. TOALE
Manufatarer and Dealer.
Io. 20 Hayne Strect an. Horlbeck's Wha
CHARHL E.<TON, S. C
C7' This is the largc;t amd nist compic
'(-turv (f the kind in the Suuthern Szntt
and all ar:iees in this line cli Im finish111
bfy Mr. 1. 1'. TO.ALE at j'i,-eS which du
EE A panp!ilct with ful! and dr:ii-ed 11
of all sizes of I)ors, itsbes :11.1 liTi l i t
the prices of each. will be sent free n.idj O!
paid, unl .1pplic.t-ion [1)
P. P. TOALE,
tHAI L-F1 N. S. C.
Wagon 31aking. Repiring,
TilE itdersigned has opened a sho
h:lt a mile, from lIHle;a, (on G. & C. R. It
it Jndgo I.Ake's pivce, where h is pepar
to "hoi Hor, L-ty l'lows, M;kie .114 E
1)irl W cagonlz, anI do ::1ly ki:nd of \\',
Work, either Agricltutai, Mill or Domes
Work. lie %%ill also repair Cotton Gihs.
Shoeing a Horse............... . 1.
Layiing aPIlow (owi.er futrtzlhinigironi,)
"Ol(e lurvi,hing irl ,..
2 lorse W;gon wih! body. .......1 1.5.
wit!.otit buidN... .. . .!D o.
All other work in proport ion.
All that is asked i< a shire of his Frieta
patrul ige. ('all and e.
STIE,"EN F. E. GRUBE11.
PAT. H. DUCKETT,
G[N A N 0 LOC KSMII
CAN e fo-mIl at Cm-ol'iri Mmnufcturi
Company's Tin ai:d Stove Shop, will a co
plete stock or
GUNS, PISTOLS & MATERIA
in his line, and will REP'AIR Citns, I
tols, all kieds of Locks, Unmbrell .s, Paa
By doing good work at moderate prie
an dbeing putnc:tual to my btsiess, I ho
to receive a liberatl patronat.ltO
THE Subecribers take pleasure in infori
ing their anmerous tfrien ds :ai patrons
the County of* Newberry anid elsewhei
that they are prepa red nith every mu'w al
perfect appliance in th eir Gardinig Fac;o
to tuitrn out sati=factory wortk. (O1r B.tt
Mlaebine f.ir Mixing is per'ect an.i co:iiple
in all recspects.
Wiool lelt with Mr. Si:nm, at thte Ne
be'rry De-po, will be hauled to our Facto
and returnied in anu exT.editionis manm:
IAnd any orders or directions coininit ted
him will be sati.slae'torily a Ittendedt to.
Should oar etistonwers preter visit ingt
Factory thlev wi ill find stanles a nd 1-8
thieir stock, aind every accoonndation wi
be shown themi.
RI. S. & J. 11. 600DGION.
June 7, 2 -3m
Spartanburg C. U., S. C.
THlE FALL SESSION, 1871, will op'
on MONDAY, .1I.'NE 20th, and continuie:
Ample adv :nta;:es fo'r thoro'::.h inst
tion are offered at the following;
Board, i-:eluding washing, fu;el a nd
Instrumetal Muie~i, Pino, Gitar, or
Us !i:irm".ent. ... . ...... .. ..
lor fmt ther :iformiationt. idle:O
ih:v. S.\M uEL . J.XNE.,
IJune 14, 24-3m Joint.P'roprietot's.
WM. 7J LAKE,
NEWB3ERRT, S. C.
At;ENTr FOR TlihE
Piedmont & Arlington Lii
lanioual I :eome : : 110.0(
tnsuresi' nuainst dea'ith fronm all cans
WM. J. L AKE.
Newberry, S. C.
Feb. 2'2, S-t f.& II PEi
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The~ utidersigned have formted
Co..partnmer'ship int the practit'e of t]
Law, and can be found nt their ofli
ini the building~ ofi the "Ne'wber
Bank."' frott ntxoom, up sttns.
THOMAS S". MOORMAN,
OSBORNE L. S0HUMPERT.
Fe~b. 22, S-rf.
13 Barrels genuine
On hand and for sale by
1MAYVE & MTA RTIN.
IIWAVS READY RELIEF
(T I:is Tnz Wt)rST PAINS
IN FLOM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
NOT ONE HOUR
:iter readre t1ss adverti.sement ieed any one
-l'll: W Il ii PAIN
I.\)WA Y'S I ss.A)>Y I:Ei,EIF IS A, C'I.
Ft)l! IVEIY lPAIN.
It w:1s the fir-t and is
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
that inclantly tlop, the nmo-t cxcruciiti:gr li!in.
allays Infbom-ati.tin. ad cures 'ongestion?'.
l hetber of the Lin. Stomich. Bowel.; or other
fande or ormans. iy onl, application.
I N I:031 ON -'. ToW f.NTY IN.VT ES,
no matterhow vio'ent or excruciating the p:n
It Ie 1I1 -;MA 2 I '. vvd-ridhden. I itirm. 'ripplIed.
Nervous. Neuralgic, or pro.struted with di.easr
RADWAY'S RE9ADY RELTEF
WI.l. A-I'RDlii INSTANr FASE.
I N FL.A IAM l ION )F TIlE ll IN EYS.
- INFLA311A lION IF II1 EL.\I) l)l .
INF.13MATION OF TIE li%VWEiS.
( )NGIErTION OF ll ,I .
SOV:E'. TIll:(A '. lIlFFiCUI.T RII EATIiING;.
'A,I'l :ATI0\ t)F 111E IM'A I:T.
IM STFiI'S. C. 01'1'. I)TI'I*HI-:TI.
C'\ A:RRI. INF-'LXEN7..
NI1'l,(;IlA. IIEU.\A TIS3M.C
(01.> ('lIIL.S. AU * ILI..
'I te :plication of ti.e Re2dy lietic? to the p rt
or p:irts where the pain or difficulty exist wilf" at'
ford c:e satd comfort.
I wentv drop-t in haifa tumbler of waler will
i!i n f v moments cure VIAM'S. S'A-sm's.
SOU-Rt STOMACI. IIEAITlUItN. s',K I
I:A DACl E i. iIAi,'IIEA. )YSENTI.Y.
( WIC WINi) IN E11L;W.LS. 'Ind all IN
TI :NA L PAIN.
ITavellers should alway cnrry a I otte of Rid
w:\a :e:dy Relief with thein. A fr-w drops ill
wlier will prevent sickness or p:uis from chan;e t
,f wnter. It is better than French lBrandy or
lit:er :.:. stimul:mt.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FE-l-: .AN) A(W c'ure for ftfty cents.
There i: nit a remedial agent in this wor!d that
0 will cure -'erer and A,_ue, and all other Main
riois. lii Scarict. Typhoid. Yellow.and oitier
Fever- aided by IA )WAY'S PILI.8) so quick
w RAD 1V kY Y' I..\)T IFLIFF. Fifty cents
STIONG ANI) 1111, IC C11I .OOD-IN
C-,A4' I F FLESI1l AND W'1 lIT
CL'FAR SKIN AN) IIEA-IVLL 0.1
IPIENION sCulti-1) LU ALL.
- '.NIaArI". 'rHE. 310S'f .AS-fONISHIrNG
-'11AN4.1S -1p ItOl)Y UNI)F.:;0ElS.
j*N jh . 'Tl:I, I- N i ?-U E CF Til Is fItt
I.y WON l)ElRFI'L C rnNI. TIl AT
very lay an icreas? in Flesh and
0 Weight is seen an:4 Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PUrIFIER.
p .v drop of the SAN:SAPARILT.LAN 11 -.
) -'. NT I commiunicates through the BIO-4.
Swent. Urine. and other fluIds and juices Cf the
svtem the vigor o t'life. for it repairs the wateS
of the ticbd with new and sourd materfil.
Scrofnin, syphilis., ('onuniption, Glandular dis
- ase. !evs in the throat, 11inth. fumors. Nodes
in the Glands:md other parts of the syste;n, Sore
I.ve. Strunorous dscharzes from the Ears. and
ii the worst forms of Skin diseases. Eruptions. Fe
ver Sores. Scald iead. Ifing Worm.Salt Itheum. 1
.rysipehis. Acne. Black Spots. Worms in the
Flesh, humors. Cancers in the Womb. and all
wt.kening atd p,in ful discharges. Night Sweat<.
Loss of sperm a:d all wastes of the life princi
pie. ire within the curative range of this wonder
ot'.odern Chemistry. Hiud a few days' use will
Sprove to any person using it for either of these
forms of disease its potent power to cure them.
If the patient. daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition that is continually
progressing. succeeds in arresting these wastes.
-n- :ml repairs the sanie with new material narle
from healthy blood-and thil tie SARSAl'A
i'ARII.LIAN will and does secure-a cure is
certain; for wben once this rentedy conumences
its work of purification. and succeeds in dimin
i-hiig the loss of wastes. its repairs wil! I e rap
id, urd every day the patient wiil fi e him-elfi
growing better and stronger, the food digesting
l'tter.appetite imnroving, and IL:sh and weight
Nt oilly does the SA:atsrAnILLtIAN EQot.
VENT excel all known remedial agents in the cure
of Chronie. Scrofulcas, Constitiutionn. and Skin
Ldiseases; but it is the only posit ive cure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
- Urinamry, amnd Womb dis'eases, Gravel. Diabetes.
a. D)rop.uy. Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of
Urine. Biright's Disease. Albuminuria, and in a l
cases where there are brick-dust deposits. or the
water is thick, cloudy. mixed with substances
like the white of an egg, or thireads like white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
anice, and svhite bone-dust deposits. andl when
there is a pricking. burning sensation when pass
ing water. and pain in the '-mall of the flicad
along the Loins.
DR. RAD WAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,J
per fetly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and
st:engthen. Radway's Pills, for the cure of all
disorders of the Stomach. Liver, P.owels. IKid
nevs. Bladder. Nervous D)iseases, Headache.
(odutpation, Costiveniess. Itndi ges'tion, Dy'spep
'- sin. Biliousness. Bilious Fever, I ilmmation of
inu the Bowel<. Piles, and all Derangements of the
.Internal I iscera. Warranted to effect a positive
'cure.i Purely Vegetable. containing no mercury.
mlinerale. or deleterious drugs.
rv I-' Observe the following symotuns r esulting
erfrom Disorders of t lie Digestive Orga:
ti. Cons'tipationm. [nar 'iles. Fulness of the
Nausea. Heartburn. Disgust of Food. Fullness o r
. Weightin the Stomach, Sour Fructations. Sink
in" or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the [lead, Hurried and Difficult
to ^ few iloses of R A DWA Y'S PILLS will free
the system from all the above named disorders.
[Price. 25 cents per Box. SOLD BY I)RULG
or REAl) "FALSE AND) TRUE.'" Send one
iletter-stama to RAt)DWAY & CCO.. No S7 Maid
en Lane. New York. Information worth thomus
andls will be sent you. July 5. 27-ly.
A New, Safe, and Equitable Plani
- ~ OF sECURING THlE
Benefits of Life Insurance
<TO THE MASSES.
nThe COmnweaiclth CO-Operative 00.,
* 138 Chambers St., New York.
c- Capttal $100,000. Charter Perpetual.
The OBJECT of this Company fi to furnish
to al hieatlthy persons a mode for providing
:for their families after death, and still have
the use f their monmey tunt il it is needed for
the payment of losses, and then in suich
)o smamlh sums that all persons--the poor man
as wella the rich-can avail themselves of
-6ut its mdvntages.
nAny person fifteen, and not over sixtyi
yea-rs old, of sound body and mind, tmay be,
come amember of this Company by paying
in '<nis.ion fee of 'Ten Dollars, an annual
dlue of I 'o Dollars on the fir<t day' of Janimn
- uary in each year. and One Dollar an dTen
- ents for each doiuh of a member in thesame
Theyi are by the Company placed itn divi
sions limited to .5000 members, of about tI-:
HOW TO JOIN.
Sendl to thie Comnpany, or any of its agents,
andi get Circulars with full particulars, and
hhmnk Applications for menmbershuip, which
"on c'an till out and re-turn with admittance
fee an (if accepted) a Certificate will be
ma:de out and sent y'ou by trail, whieb se
citres to your heirs as many dlollars as there
a :re members in your division at the time of'
Tbce Offieers and Directors are:
ORRIN FRINK, P'residlent.
JONAT HAN S. UllRISTIE, Vice-President.
L. N. CLA RK. Secrererv.
GEO. W. URA[NE['). 'Treasttrer.
- JCnGE WM. D. VEEDER, Brooklyn, N. Y.
*G. A. 110 I A RI, Esq., Paterson. N. .1.
IC. A. SP'RAGUrE, Brooklyn, N. Y.
May~ 24, 21-G0 .
W. L. GOURDINE,
eeRespec'tfully announees that he is
ry prepa.red to c-ut and fit gentlemen's
s-uits to their entire satisfaction. Hav
ing~ had a large experience in the tail
oring business, and being constantly
-supplied with the latest New York
Fashions. he feels no hesitancy in ask
ing for patronage. Work promptly
)delivered. Terms moderate.
To making sack coat...............84 00:
To cut and mamke pants............. 2 00
To cut and make vest............... 2 00
To cut and make walking coat... 5 00
*To cut and make fine black frock coat.. 8 00
To cut snit of e'othe............... .. 1 00
. w v.nn 1'r.T-r;et..r. 1'. 11. h s .n&e . D u;it
(en. A:.-ini Fa. . .,C:cl,nd 4 rConerce St., N.Y.
11 LLONS Benr Te4timnony to their
Wonderful Curative Effect.
Vinegar litter% are not a vile Fancy
)rinlk. Made of Poor Hun. Whimley.
"roof Spirit% and Itefuse Lirtors, doc
ored. spiced and sweetened to please the taste.
alled " Tonic.'' " Appetiizers." " Restorers' &c.,
hat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
ut are a true 1edicine. male from the Native
toots and lierbs of California, free fron all
kleololic Siinniunts. Thjey are the
ItEAT 1O1t) PrItIFIElt and A
JIFE (41VIN( PIINCI PLE, a prrfect
tenovator aid livi::orator of the System, carry
lig of'tll poisonou% matter and restoring the blood
n a healthy condition. No person can take theRe
;itters according to directions and remain Ionz
inwell. proviled their bo:ies are not destroyed
oy mineral poison or other means. and the vital
,rnwi wasted beyond the point of repair.
''ley arra a (Zentle Peir-nttive aun well
12 a Tonic. possessing. also, the peculiar merit
if acting as a powerful agent in relieving Conres
ion or Inflaiimmation of tlc l,iver, and of all the
FOt FEMALEO (01P1L,AINTS, whether
a young or old. marri,l or single. at the lawn of
vonanhool or at the turn of life, these Tonic Bit
ers hae no etul.
SIiflaimnnntory anid Chronic Ihen
natipmti and (ouf, I)yntin or Inl
Iigestion, IIilious, Iteenitlent and
jnrnaillent Fevcrq. Disenes or thie
lilood. J,iver, Kidlneyn nnd 1laidder4
liese llit(1cr0 h:ve been nmost successul, Sucl
D)itense-4 are caused by Viuinted 1Iload
r1hii is gnerally proiuceil by deran.ement of
he Digeslive Orgn .
DYSPEPSIA Olt INDTCGEATTON, i
J.uttache, V'ain in the Shoulders. Coughs, Tight
es of the Chest. Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
he Sloinach, 1aid Taste in the Month. Bilions
ttaeks. Palpitation of the Hear. Inflaammation of
he Lungis, Pain in theregions of the Kidneys. and
hundred other painful symptomis are the off
qrings of Dyslpsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
.orpil Liver and Bowels, which render them of
ieqtilled effleacy in cleansing the blood of all im
urities, and impartiig new life and vigor to the
FO!t SK IN DISEASE', Eruptions.Tetter,
Lt Rhien..n, i;lutces ,;pots, Pimpies. rnstuieq,
oils, Carnlj.,cles, Ring-Worni. Sea'd Head. Sore
Kves,Eryipelas. itch. Seurfs. Discolorations of the
kii. H itnors and Disvas of the Skin. of what
-ver ine or nature, are literallv dug up and car
ried out of the system i a short time by the use of
ihe%e Bitters. 0cnce hottle in such Cases will Con
inice the mcost incredulos of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wllneveryou find its
mpurities bursting through the 8ihin in rimlces,
Eruptions or Sores: cleanso it when you find it
>b)strictcn and sluggish in the vein : nleanse it
when it is foul.an d your feelings will cell you vhen.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the sst441
wV ii follow.
PIN, TAPE. and other WOIL3S nrking
in the system of so many thutsands, are effectually
:estiro)ed and removed.
.OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
L. WALKEt, Proprietnr. R. H. McDONALD &
LO.. Driig&ists and t en. Agents. San Francisco.
al., und V: and I Commerce Street, New York.
June 28, 26-'71-1y.
\V 14 llade ChoW iln stotre it Ver V.'
r beCt(,re bJtn enadbled to 00'er- thi.iu
o0 (IIOICE A SELECTION 0OF
300DOlS. :t antch lo*w prices.
We have gieod A\ll Wool SUITS at
~15. Muitale far anIy buIsineCSs manlf.
We hav a ver large stock. anid
ie are de!terhliined t) I Under,ell anIV
>thr de:dlctr-. ts or facilities entable
I to) do so.
kre deici to bc th betst -tn
nadejl iln tis State. (Call and eNamnine.
R,. & WI. C. SW.AFFIELD,
Apr. 5, 14--tf. COLIU 1., S. C.
'AUL a. LALANEc. E. F. L\RtoUssELIr
PAUL B. LAILANE & Co.,
171 EAST BAY
CIIARLESTON. S. C.
JONSI(GNM ENTS SOLICITED.
Rxsees-ess hart & ('o.. Mcl,ov &
ice. .Messrs. Weanuer & Monsees. Mr. J. tom
ning. F. J1. Rtob-:t, Discount Clerk. Peole's
ational Baink. May 3. 18-dm.
DR. H. BAER,
DR UG GIS T,
NO. 131 IEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M.ty 3, 1- tr.
L A RGE I~S T
~IILLINEAiY 8T C K
:n the cap country and re'(civintg d]ailyV addi
ions by Expre-ss, at
A pr. 2t, li-tf I). MOW EI..
Colu~m'oia, S. C.,
This pleasantly located H otel. unsurpassed by
my House in the south for comfocrt inel healthy
ocality, is now open to Travelers and othears
eeking accommodation. Fnmilies can be fur
mished with nice, airy roo~ms on reasor.atle
erms. "A call is solicited.'' My omnibjus will
se at the different depotis
Jan 1 SAR Al L. WIG iIT.
Next door to Pollock's Restaurant,
Columbia. S. C.
Will Shav-e, Shampoo. Trim and Dyr,
To sntt the. most fah!ilioi.
r ] yT
The under.cignalin effering I
to the' P olt of Newberry. feel r<
fidlont tlat i,- (11"lity ; a fully equal
the A .t Fertilizers n1111w mn:ufawtun
This b-in:: the fir;t vcir of its s,
they c:ninut furnisi :tny t,-st-Stillm!i
f its l11rits; lit f'.tl 1ssured ti
wlhl once fily tried. it will beew
the favorite fertilizer inl the Soith.
Planters are requested to send
their orders as promptly as possible.
Mayes & Martin,
Agents at Newberry. S.
Feb 15 7 tf
VICTORI TONI BITTER
jIF: TEi CTRE OF
Syspepsia, Agie and Fev(
Billious Diseases, Gene
ral Debility, and ail
Impurity of the
It e-cites healtir appetite. invi_orv
the Dinestive 0r:ins, is devoid of all t
dreadful poison-Fisil oil. and imptri
Imosi tireab'le, waIr.nin, and cordial etil
to tl S!nuacli. It exhil:irattes the .pit
relieves pain, :n(d i most wrnitde,N lly i
c.icir,-A in all (Whilitiv-, -fit irregillarihies
l'emales. It. will pf-m ie f r1mllirc rireteni
in :ll .ALAI.\L CNTAHINATION.
MOTTE & TARRAN'
Manufacturers and Sole Froprictors,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
800 ,G COOL"
Jnvalu.ble in Teething. and '-imrmer G
plaitt of Children. Cures
Atnd other Di.ease?, inc.ient to the pel
or Deit :uion.
tUnlik. the "Soothuint fSyrups," Dloi
widely used, this~ COR DIA[L contains
Or other injurious Drug. It i< compose'
lie ve'ry best t:llerilu, anid sluonul
totundt in every N'irsery. Tile bjest inh
eians. recommuuend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CH AlUlESTON. S. C.
GE Forju sale by 310TTE & T A R R.
Ned.-wrry, S. C. Mlay :3, 18-i
MANI LEA ROP]
Sutable for well ropes.
F'or sale by
Greenville & Columbia Railro;
'oLccanIIA. S. C.. March 1. 187
inn and after Wednesday. Ma,rch 1. the foil
ing Schedule will be run dajily, Sundays
cepted. connuecting with Night Traitns on Sc
Carolina Road, up and down, also with Tfri
gong South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au;
Leave Columbia.................... 7.00:
- Reiton................... .... 5001
- Greenville................... 6 0
BrIeton......................S 8.0 I
4 Cokesbury....................10 07
" Abbeville...................~ .15
Arrive Columbia........... ...........5
f1l0S. D)ODA3MEAD. Gen'u Ip
3[. T. flAtTLETT-. G;eneral Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Compan
COLUMBI A. S. C.. .fune 9. IST
ON andI after SUNDAY. the 11th instant. I
sngcer Truins upon this Roaad will arrive
eave as follows:
MlAIL AND PASSENGtt TRAYN.
Leave Coluimbia :at...................... 74'
A rr ive at Charleston at................I'2
Leave Chiarleston at .................... 8.2
A rr ive at ColumbIa at .................. 3 49)
NIOUT EXPII158. FRItiGHT AN~D ACCoO~L
TioY TnAIN. [Sundays excepted.j
Leave (Coluumbia ait....................50)
Arrive at Charleston at...............6.45
Leave Chuar lest .n 'i.......................7 14)
A rrive at Columbia at... ........... 60
Camnden Accommodation Train will conti
to run to Clumbia as formerly-.Mondays, W
A. IL. TY LER. Vice-P'resideni
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R.
(ou.UMBia. S C..J.uneS.187i
(ON and siler SUNI)AY, June 11, the I
seger tratius over this Road wvill run a, folle
Tr:in No. 1. Train Ni
Leave Augusta. ...3.25 A ML G 00 P.
Leave Coumbla... 00 A. M. 11.00 P.
Arrive (lharlotte.....235 P'. M1. 5.21) A.
Leave Charlotte...7.40 A. 3M. 8.00 P.
Leave Columbia.......30 P. 31. 2.25 A.
Arrive Augusta.......7.50 P. ML 7.30 A.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Tramn daily. Sund
exceped. Btoth trains mauke close connaectioi
all point' North. South and West. No. 1 Ti
makes close connection at Richmond f'or Vir;
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage chuecke
all principal points.
Standard Time- Washington (Otty Time.
E. P. ALENANDERt. Sup
E. R. DORSEY, General Freight and Ti<
Agent. .June 2
Summer Schedule Spartanrg and Un
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRA
Spartaburg. .. .3 2.
atesille. 6..0.. 6.00 45
Pacolet ......... 6.88.3 40
Jonsville..... .4. 6.4 8 .
Santuc........ .20 1.5 23
Fish Dam. 8.4')......2..43
Shelton........ 9.1592 13
Lles' Ford.... .4 9A9' 11
Strother1" Leae.1 2 Ariv. Le
Ai.on..... 1.8 5.2
6iE~~.J10~ rr 53e
THE CIRLESTON II
Freight and Passengers
To atl from BALTIMORE. PHILADI
P IlIA, NEW YORK, BOSTrON, an
all the New England Manufae
THREE TIMES AWEEK,
T':ESDAY S. Ti 1'RSDA YS and SATURDA
Fare from Newberry, - - - 82
THE SOUTH C&ROLINA RAILROAD CC
' And.connectin Rond!z West. in alliance a
the Fleet of Thir!4u irst-Class Steamships
the above l'VOrts. invite vttention to the (i
Time a*il Itgular Dispatcl .frordell to the 6
e public in thb Cotton Stttes at the
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
m)f-erin* facilities of 1:a il and Sea Transpn
,ion for I reigit and T-s4engers not eqn:flled
to excellence and capacity at any other Port.
S. B. ICK:E . Ven. l'amngtr and Tic
.:t . S. C. Unailrantil.
E 11. BA. NVE.L. Gen.Fre'g,hf Art.
C1. 1. Apr. 12. 15-1
JJBR. J. R. TIIUMP8U
"" SURGEON DENTIST,
(Snecessor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Puol's store, on 3
All the ol hmsiness left nnfinished 'wii
i comple:ed on the terms as before arran;
and everytling done in the biest iainer
warrantM. The patronaige .) the publi
Dece. S. .S-it.
THE COTTON STATES
Life Insurance Compar
PIN!PA TL OFFICE AT
at M.iCON. GEORGiL.
iv e The lmilt5s of thiS Strictly I Southern
lie Col:;itV is ConfilledIV by law to IC
livite Life nurnealone.
1,')licies issoted on all the approved
I- also issl! policA it stock rates,
por cent. u:ndor ths! :ititnal rates, bu
doe. not advisc its pitrons to insire on
stock planI, it bein1 vCry expensive in
- lon -11n. It is known th i t i'vidends il
_.ood .lftual Comptany will average it
#.5 per cent., e-peci.lliv it the ou11th
N,West. where ilve-st ments bring good rett
90 per cent. 01 profi:s on the mt
buines. livi-!rti :inm,tily aniong all
iititial Policy-ho!ders, witloit except
One-third lo in on pei miis giveni w
tdes;red-interest char;ed oinly upon
Where all ca:<h is pairl polkcies will
I come self-ustininm:. that is p;Iy out,
have 50 ppr cent. added to their faces,
is one-third more than the original sun
Amp ~ le pro.i-iortneaginst forf.'itnre
policies inl theI exp:-ssed termst of thte
The Comipnr will ahvays puirchase~
policies it their cash vahlie.
We offe.r thle peoiple ol teState the s
'neial macurity ais \~rthern Compal1
vff-tencinlg ,ith Noi.no.f. .ilillions of
lar an11mily have hithert o b'een los
the acti e t,ii-*.-Qi: of t h ic Sonith inl
men.flt of premfIiua;n in N.atIhern C'omp:u
la enefi ts derivadti fron !bei intvestml
madI t hesei IlCC(ompanlies itt N'orthetrn)
estte and 'ti SeenrIities', our peopk cantt nl
T, share o equatzl termis. Let us tii.e s us
- our on itie entterprise andit thus kee'0
m toneyi and the pr'olitsat homei.
omet:Ins xr M.Aco, m:OncuI..
W M. n. .0llNSTiiN................Presi
W.M . S. H OI.A...................Vice-P'resi
G;l:i. 5. 4 )IWA ft......................'-ere
.f0IlN W. ItUIK E.............U3cneral As
C. F. iec.\............................ACIt
W. .1. M A (;Il L....Suerinttendenit of A aet
The ('otton States C'omipany is a Geo
d. and South Ci(arolinia Enterprise, aind
goodI (Gomnpany, andl is tnow Illy id ent
nfillhfthe interests of our people.
Tis StateC is abily re'presenttedi in the
Ct iral tIt z.ernient, by SouthI Carolina Di
tors. L.VA L & ABNE'
a- Gen'ertl Agents for Nornthi & Soumth Caro
W.ut . LA.tr.. Ollice: Columbia. S. C.
n .M. W. A nv M. D., of E1hefield.
u - Jm -1 '71, --ly
SOf the Most Approved
W ich we will sell on the most
- SATISFACTORY TE1:
We invite alt examlination of th
'a.. both afs to ch:iracter :mdit price.
'nm PROSPECTUS FOR 187
a m Size of Pacge Changed. and Attractions v:
'At lIiutrated 3Monthly Journatl of 1M p'
claimed to be tIe handsomest Paper
- the World.
'U"ive my ToTe to the artis't workmen of
Aldine who are st riving to make their profe's
1worthy ofnadmirat i.t 16'r bJeanftv. as it has alt
'as- been for usefuinuess."-Henry Ward Beecher.
The object of The Aldine is to furn ish a med
>. 2. which shall be a fit exponent ofp1ro:rrees. an<
M.the beautiful in PamnTriscs and! the kindred:
31. The lattest and monst improved machinery,
31. the very highe-t order of mechanical atnd art
talent shall i.e taxed to the utmtost to produit
M. sheet--ts nearly as possible-perfect in typo
M1. pthy and illu,tration. while it is intended
M1. the appearar.cc shall be ftoexceptionable,
ays pains will b"-spared to keep the literary ma
to original and selected. equal to the best.
ain TheC:tIquar.ED IXCELLENtCE of the W<
in- CUT !tL.USTRtATIoNS published in the pagc
The Aldine hits elicited the commendation of
1 to European as we.ll as the American press. and
been hailed as the commenicement ofa new et
the history or Illustrated .Joturnialism.
t. I.st each we!l-wisher send in at least one
ket scription. atnd influence others to do likewise
One Copy. four months.. ...................
10 ne Copy. one year.........................
Five Copies. one year...................
Specimen copies, by Maili, post-paid, 25c.
The publishers will send free the beauatifa
Chromno "DUCKS." as
A PREMIUM TO EVERY SUBSCRIBE]
. who rits 82.5) for one year's subscription. I
In add ition, will send the wonderful Christ
IN. Number, printed in colors, and containing.i
tve. fifty illustrations, to ail whose remittauce ii
I eived before the edition is exhausted.
1.53 Special P'rospectue and Circular to those e
1.45 ing to canvass or get up clubs will be miailei
1.0:apiao.Our premiums embrace only 1
1.5ice ftevery highest merit of art or worku
32i5 ship, many of which are offered by no other
?..15 per. (Pr. liberal CASH D)IS(OUNTS to all
1.41 interest themselves in getting subscribers for
.5 Send frCircular.
00 .1 A M S ITON & ('0.. Publishers.
Mhey Cannot Buy It!
FOR SIGHT JS PRZICELESS'1
The Diamond Glasses,
. E. SPENCER & C0., N. Y.,
in Which are now offered totlie public. are pro
nounced by al! the celebrated Opticians
ket of the World to be the
Natural. Artificial hlp to the human eye ever
They are ground under their own supervision.
from inilite Cry-tal Pebbles. melted togeth-r.
aid derive their name. Di)amond." on :.ccoutnt
of their hardinesean:d brilliancy.
-Tla:, Scient?ric Principlo
t)n whith they 4re tonstru:ted brings the core
or Centre !f the lens directly in front of the eye.
Irodluc-.!g a clear and distinct vision; as in the
natural. healthy sIght. and preventing all uni
pleaaint sensations. such as glIithering and
wavering of silit, dlizzines: &c., peculiar to u!
others in use.
They are Mounted in the Finest 3tannei.
In frames of the best quality. of all materiais
;tinl ued for that purpose.
Their Finish and Durability
,ed, CANNOT BESURTPA.SE1.
and (-AVT-o'.-.Nn genuine unle5s bearing their
is trade mark stamped on every frame.
J. W. MONTCOMERY,
- Jeweler and Optician, ia sole agent for
NEWBER'RY', S. C.,
From whinni they can only be obtained. These
goods are not supplied to Pedlers, at any price.
, ILE .J TH E R
On bmud and for sale by
25 D. MOWER,
t Apr. G. 14-tf.
the - - -- - _____
tia J1 S -
i d il. --
on - -
' tte gny No.h 107 Ai g heton,
ay-. order Geea ririn exehCK cnt.,
ne .-s, __.
ever Rmak ert. oerssoe,ad
ou Cfront oeral:d ofmpce napiain
: aken pla che ninoin Agreny!
nthC most aLEST ON, S.art C.
I .W a & dtri. to deIte mAgentir
fied ai eeryto - prfe-in
Jec. 17, 49 '7-1.
7 DR.I~O E. Lo. JoN ES,ed
NEWBERRYlsh, a C. ei
tionovr r Mofer's Cstorwed'i
.l frontca cur witldot ic )ofSera
take~: pleare ~ in Weinformin my friendsar
Seanth pulics gmenerly, thtmyentaln
'phyart excupty, Impeorkint to MprofesI
an Fits, mined y sefiduevote oy etir
tie na ald en opoesionl ct.
The c ~elebrated r si hs adminthe
rastl crdil u (wthu dineros)s of inpernal
torrechoi, or temiapliWaines ofu niary
ur epitn ua oe mocatency, mle,n
Phcinapffctua, bympemns o Mar-h
rigfeet. : aere, onsumprwhtison,itiony
rtadh Firs, cnue himselfchedulen, prvaey,
Prisctu shuled e, inl th hants.o
The yelebrated eauthor, in ths lad.ial
essay,en undrleal, demnsate from c a-oe thirny
on adonseuencsp o recpbusf may ents oaiclr
rA lscured wihuthell "Magrriague ofite,"a
meice or cetheapiain.ftekie
th oinrtin out a imefcre tonesipe
umn cerain ad oefecra , by en ork.ic
Sfeer sufferer, not-rwhtice Bondition
I and rd C ol a S C
ha Renouner Josea, prnenope.tor.n
o P.res poaidton receipt ofsxCleor
ter, topost Brakfstn ogig 20
s-ISep. 7, 8691.PotoleBx4,56
aN< ATI ION HOTEL
Columb,n . C.
Robert.L JoyerFI, Proprietr.
>e Super BreIaks andupodingcn..20
Ayer's Cheiy PectOra4
For biseases of td Throat and lungl I
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Ccugh, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Probable never before in the whole histor of
tictlicine, has any thing won sO widely and so
deepiv upon the conodence of mankind, as this
celjen1t remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long series of years, and among most
>* the races of men it has risen higher and higher
in thir estimation, as ithan become betterknown.
its uniform character and power to cure the ra
rious affections of the lungs and throat, have
made it known as. a reliable protector apinst
them. Whi!e adated to milder forms of disea
-ind to Voung ch ren, it is at the same time the
intnwt ei-ctu:l remedy that can be given for nip
ient con umptioii, and the dangerous afTectione
ut teio thrat and lungs. A.- a provi.ion apinst
.ud len a:tacks of Croupt it tlould be kept on
i::li i., eve lanmil, and indeed as all are ,.Eme
ime- u Jert to colds and < 41ahould be
1,i,.-ided with this antidote for m.
. ho'ugh zettled Consmflan is thought in
CU;r:ible, :*i'l great numbers of eace:- where the
tieie:se s eeicd :.ettled, have been completel
eu;ed.:i'd the patient restorel to sound ealtt
by ti;e Cherry J'eclorul. *o comllete is is
im:-lerv over the disorders of the .ung?L an
Throat; that the n:ost obstiuate of them yield to ic:
When -nothir:t'.e could reach them, under thi
CeI.Iy .'ectord they subside and seVi
prOeferri froml it.
A.irjma is always relieved and ofen whuUy
clin by it.
1;,oj~if;s is rnerally cured by taking the
Cherrq 'ector-ni in sinall and frquent do4es.
S..ierr : i ts virtues known, that we
r.o,- Aot pt:i-h the certiiirtes of then here, or
dI I:.' -r It b:i .1:re the public th:t itl qualitieo
ay ler's Ague Cure
For Fever sand Ague, Intermittent Poeer.-.
Chill .e-er, Remittent Fever, Dumb
A.ie. Periodical or Bilious Fever, &a.;
and iadeed ull the affections which aris.
fran Me.aSlIWUoS, marsh, or nasmnatie
A. s- itn , ti doer Cerre. and does not
t-. !. C -i:rtitilg neither Arsenh-le, Qulinine, Btis
Zii-. u1i. r any other imiveral or poisonous
,-;:me-e a i:tteri it in 6 now hijuree lany pa.
-s -:, mun ber :mud iniportar.e its cures
i. -r::a: :li,t;-I. ,:re liternlly bey'ot Reenpq
-i itli: : pIaralel in the histary
i:. Our pride is gratitled by the
. . . .. :.re re.eive of the rudientl cures
in::i- va-er, and where other reu;
e.i - h ! -', h !v f:tilel.. ,
-:I..d--on, either reslent in, or
travelhi,g ~ (4 C.ru.t rui:p.i wAR
Itr I.air (,ni;ts. ari<ing from torpid
S-.-r. i: i, in t-mcellent remedy, stiut
iri:: etilt hv :tiiiv.
'i r -; : Id Liver'Complaints, it
I n . ly, prod(ing many truly
- --,, t wihe: L:h.r medicines h:A
e -ede r ):-. .T. C. Avn & Co., Practical
i' .Ii::;:: t-hvit.T, Lowell. Mass., 34
-.d:.Ii rtkind 11h, WOrLd.
P;:-I:. -7. PER ROTTLE.
For sale by 310TTE & TARRANT.
Sep. 7 7-6-7
fIs8 Metallic WIal Un83
THE SrUSCPIqEl as enstantly ot
hand a full assor:inent of the above approved
Cases. of different patei-ns, besides coffins
of his own mlake, all of which he is prepared
to iarnish at very reasonable rates, withf
promtineiss and despatcIh.
Person< desirotls of havint, cases sent bf
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A IIenrse is alwalvs on hand and will be
firished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continnation'
of the same, and asitres the public thar
no eMirt on his pari will be spared to render'
the utmost satidaiction.
A. C. CIIAPMIAN
Newberry S. C., July :1.'
CONSUMERS OF DRY 0OO0(
.ll Retail Orders amounting t6 $2#
and Over Jielivered in .any Part
of the Colmtry
FRME OF EX-PffE$$' d*ARSES.
HAMILTOfN EASTER & 86%
OF 8.1LTIMORE, MD.,
Tn order thi iter .to mecet the wantsi of their
letail CustonWels at a diltance, hare estalisahed a'
,S.A 3IP LE B)UR EA U,
and will nponI app'ien,tion, promptlr send by
bay ma il fthullies of $Mmples _ ;the Neerest and
most Fasshionable (0.1sl. of ENICCH. TENG.
LISH- and D)otEiTIC MANUFAC fURE.gnur
:anteeing at all timeCs to sell as low. If not1 at 3ess'
prices. than any hion.'t in the co -utry.
ltnyving onr goods from the largest and most .
celebra:nt minufacturers in the difibrent parts of
Eurepe. and importing the same by Steamers di
rect to Jtalti more. otr stoek is atalltnes prompt-1
ly stpplied with the novelties of the Lon don and
As we bnv aid sell only for cash, and make no
bad ui'Mts. we ire able and willing to sell our
goods at rtox Tr -ro FiFrwr PaZ CZzer,
LvP.s PRomI than if we gave credit.
J nsenidin fors-amplessp.eiy thmekind ofgoods
der:ire.d. We keep the best grades of every 'class.
of coeds, from the lowest to the most cost!,y.
Orders c oaccomapanied by the cash will be sent
C. 0. D).
PRIOMPT-P.YING WHIOLESALE BUTYERi
are inted to in,spect the Stock in our Jobbing
nd Paickage Departament. Addres
IIA MIL'rON. EASTER & SONS.
197. 199. 201 anid 2 3 Wesct BaIti more Street.
Oct. 263. 43-17, Baltimore, M<f.
Two Dollars per Annum.
64 Pages Reading Matter.
WALKER, EVANS & COGS WELL,
0. WYATT AIKEN,
July 13, 28--tf'.
We have a large lot of this highly
approved FFRTILIZER, which we
will sell on the most accommodating
terms. Call on R. MOORMAN &
00. .--with whom it is stored-for
P. W1. & H. 8. (CH IIt
Feb. 22, 8-ti.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T E PROPRIETOR takes pleasure in aul%
T mouncing that this elegantly.furnished
Establishment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will always
be supplied with every delicacy of thme sea%
son-both from New York and Carleston
iarkets. and noc efforts will be spared to
gve perfect satisfacio, inevery respect, to
Jan 1 WM. GORMAN.
L:.IME r. umr