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-1AD. 61LOV COST
ALL OF MY
-'' TEA STOCK
G OVES, HOSIERY,
Take room for SPRING STOCK
- . A FULL LINE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
On hand, and for sale
LOW FOR CASH1
V.1J . FOOT.
Mar. 1, 9 -tf.
AiN HAND AN) FOR SILE
1,000 Bushels Best Tennessee Cort
100 Yellow OATS.
.10,000 lbs. Baltimore BACON.
2,000 lbs. Dem. SUGAR.
- 1,000 lbs. Rio and old Java Coffee.
50 Bbls. Country and Wester
2,000 lbs. Swede IRON.
50 Kegs NAILS.
50 lbs. Horse Shoe NAILS.
Also, various other articles in th
HARDWARE and GROCERY line
MAYES & MARTIN'S
Mar. 1, 9-3t.
lpring & Summer Importati]
'Millinery and Straw Goods
Bonnet, Trimming & Velvet Ribboer
DNMET SILK8, SATINS aln< VELVE!S,
-3[snds, letts, 4rapes, Raches, Flowers, Feather
m&EW BONN~ETS AN!D LADIES' HATI
SHAKER HOODS, &C.
237 and 239 BALTIMOR. ST.EET,
Offer the lirgest Stock to be found in th
Ciantcry, and uneq'u:lled in choice variel
and cheapnoss, comprising the !stest. Eurc
Orders solicited, and promnpt attention gi
em. Mar. 1, 9-3:n.
. 3 AND
THE undersigned, in connection wit
Xr. W. A. Clinte, have purchased the Rigi
to manufacture and sell the above Agrieu
tural Implement in the County cof Newbei
ry, S. C., and are now making tenm in th
Town of Newberiy. This "Planter" too
the pr'emirtm over al' others at the Georg
and Alabama State Fairs last fall, and a
een confidently reconmend it to our friend
as the Planter they want!.
By its use the Guano is thoroughly pu
rerize'd in pamsing through it, and it catn b
regulated to distribute it evenly, and in ant
*quantity desired. withtout any waste.
In planting fifty acres Cotton enough see
aresavd fom ast topay for the Plas
ter, and thte Cotton is much easier cult
,ated than when the seed is planted b
Owing to the delay in getting our mata
ra.we shall be able to make only a linti
.e number this season, and those who war
them are advised to leave their orders wit
as at an early day, to prevent disappoin
ment. One of the Planters can be see
ay time at our store.
Price $i.00, delivered at our store.
leb 15 7-t.S. P. BOOZER & CO.
We have a large lot of this highi
spproved FFRTILIZER. which w
'will sell on the most acconmmodatin
terms. Call on R. MOORtMAN
CO.,-with whom it is stored-fc
Fs W., & R. S. (III(,
Feb. 22, 8-tf.
STATE OF SOUT II CA ROLINA
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, John R. Swintdler hathn mad
suit to me to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration, of the Estate and effects of Raifor
C. Swindler, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonis
all and singular, the kindred and creditor
of the said d'ceased. to be and appear b(
pfore me, in the Court of Probate to be hel
at Newberry C'ourt House, on the 14th da
of March next, after publication l.erec
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to she1
qauam, if' any they have, why the said ac
seinistration should not be granted. Give
wnder 1my bend this 28th day of Februar
Anno Do-nii 1!971.
J E ar . E rT r.:.v . .
Respectfully announce that in addi
tion to their already large and varied
stock, they have just received a choice
lot of A 1
Sugars, Coffee, Flour.
Bacon Sides and Shoulders,..
Molasses, 400 bushels of Corn, &c.
They feel confident in being able
not only to satisfy all the wants of the
public, but to please; their large as
sortment consisting of
Foreign and Domestic,
HATS, fine lot,
SHOES and BOOTS in variety.
And last but not least
As above mentioned. All of these goods
having been I-ouglit for GAsIl will be sold
LOW for the snime.
Thankful for past liberal favors they hope
by strict artention to business to merit a
continuance of the same.
M. BARRE & SON.
Feb. 15, 7-tf.
Agency for Dupont's
Whole, half and quarter Kegs fffg and
A. F. & Co., brands of the above Powder
will be sold to Merchants at factory prices,
a 75 Bags Tathams Shot at low figures to
By R. L. McCAUGURIN.
B. M. BLEASE is with Messrs.' Ward &
Pierson, and will be glad to see all of his
e old friends.
Best brands of Ales, Wines, Brandies,
Whiskies, Gin, &c., on hand. Fancy Driuke,
&c., at all time-.
Feb. 22, S-tf.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The undersigned have formed a
. Co-partnership in the practice of the
-Law, and can be found at their office
in the building of the "Newberry
a Bank," front room. up stairs.
THIOMAS S. MOORMAN,
OSBORNE L. SGHUMPIERT.
"Feb. 22, S-tf.
IDlS AND TAN BARK
Wanted, 2000 HIDES,
For which the market price will be paid in]
S300 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED. Persons willing to get BARK
Sthis Spring will do well to c.ll on the tuu
L. J. JONES.
Feb. 22, 8-4t.
Look to yourlnterests.
Money can be saved by callingon
tBoot and Shoe Maker,
.Next to HI. H. Blease's Tin Shop. Come
e at once and see for yourselves.
k Feb. 22, 8-4t.
" A. A. KILLIAN,
a Contractor and Builder,
y Having located in the town of See*
is prepared to make CONTEA-"
d all kinds of
h OUSE W~
And other JOBfC
Sin town or count?
a Feb. 22, 8-3m.
Administrator's Notice for Fi
I DO hereby give notice that I will make
a settlenment on the Estate of Enroch Suber,
deceased, on Tueeday, the 21st day of
March nrext, and will on that day apply for
a Final Discharge as Administrator of said
Estate. WM. R. IIENTZ,
Fcb. 15, 7-4t*. ~ F,~Sbr
rThe undersigned hereby give notice that
a final settlemnrt of the estate of Jacot>
Bedenbhaugh, deceased, will be made on the
15th of March next. All persons having
demands agatinist said estate, will present
them properly attested, arid those indebted
will make payment by that time to
A. B MILLS.
J. A. BEDENBAUGII, jEx rs.
Jan. 15, 7--4t.
SSpecial and Particular.
3 ALL persons indebted to nre are request
ed to make inmmediate playmrent. By doing
so at oncc they will save ..osts.
Jan. 18, 3-tf.
~Last and Final1 Notice.
ALL persons indebted to the old firm of
-ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & IIARGROVE, will
2take due notice of this and save any further
Strouble and expcrsa. We mtost have our
DUES. AERAMS & METTS.
Fresh supplics just received and
for sale at v
PRATT'S Drug Store.
WM. J LAKE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
AGENT FOR THE
Piedmont & Arlington Life
Assets over : : : : $2,000,000
Annual Income : : : 1,300.000
Insures against death from all causes.
WM. J. LAKE,
Newberry, S. C.
Feb. 22, 8-tf.
SIGN. OF MAMMOTH CLOCK.
(Xnder Columbia Hotel,)
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
AGE-IT FO AR ' r.. D
THE . TO GIVE t
CELBRATED -"A9u TISrCili
UIU utaier in
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
And everything usually kept in a first
class Jewelry Store.
All orders promptly and satisfacto
rily attended to.
Feb 157 tf
The undersigned in offeritig the,
to the Planters of Newberry, feel con..
fident that its quality is fully equal to -
the best Fertilizers now manufactured.
This being the first year of its sale,
they cannot furnish any testimonials
of its merits; but feel assured that
when once fully tried, it will become
the favorite fertilizer in the South.
Planter3 are requested to send in .
their orders as promptly as possible.
Mayes & Martin,
Agents at Newberry, S. C.
Feb 15 7 tf
Ladies Balmoral Skirts,
Ladies Dress Goods,
Remnants of DRY GOODS
from this date wxill be offered
at LOW PRICES
,aoc . 0 MoIas,ses.
2o bble. choice Demerara Sugar.
2o bbls. Powdered, Crushed, Cut Loaf anda
15 Sacks choice Rio Coffee.
15 Pockets choice Java Goffee.
For sale by
R. L. \McCAUGURIIN.
Iron, Steel Nails, &c.
10,000 lbs. Swede Tron, 3 to 10 inches.
5,o00 lbs. Plow Steel, 3 to 12 inches.
50 Batrs Horse Shoe Iron.
50 B.4rs Tire Iron.
100 Kegs Cut and Finishing Nails, 4 to
For sale by R I. L. \lctA UGH RIN.
Experiments with Fertilizers.
In the Rural C:arolinaian for February is~
an interesting and v;aluable article entitled
"Experiments with Commercial Fertilize r:
from the pen of Ed. B. Smith, \1. D., of
Marion, the following extracts from which
ateto scalled to:
TIELD OF BEED COTTON
FERTILIZER UsED. PER ,-eRE.
Eriwan No.1....................611 ihq.
Navassa Ammuoniated Superphois- (
Wilcox and Gibbs' Manipulated Pbe
Bauigh's Raw Bone Superphosphate. .546 4
Pacific Acid Phosphate & Compound.429 " r
Peruvise Guano................598 "
Peruvi:an Guano and E-iwanf No 1.. .676 "
Natural soil, same preparation...286 " C
Natural soil, subsorled... .......32 "
"rThe Charleston Fossil Phosphates, proper
ly prepared, are more than equal to the Raw I
Bone Superphosphates, as instanced in the
yield from the Carolina Fertilizer and Baugh's -
Raw Bone, which is everywhere conceded to
be the best and most honestly made of its
class." R T. MeCAr'GH1 t
CJROIIT i- K ASI
ie want every one to read this I
That ON and AFTER
ie first day of January next, no
goods will be sold in our house
Except for Cash.
e have tried ihe credit business for six
,ars and find that it
WILL NOT PAY,
>~please don't ask us to credit you for a
w day., or until next week, or until you
:11 Cotton, as we will
Positively Refuse You.
'he CASH we must have.
LOVELAGE & WHEELER.
dec 28 51 tf
o one need ask me for any
ntore CREDIT DURING
I am determined to do a
: have tried the CREDIT
SYSTEM for more than
mnd find it DON'T PAY.
ges All orders sent to
ne must be accompanied with
he CASH. g
I take io promises for TO
A. M. WICKER.
Jan. 18, 3-3m.
NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. is
ow offered for sale on easy terms, at the
tate Agency, No. 197 King St. Cbarleston,
Silk, Thread, Needles and Machine Find
gs, of the best quality. Stitching done to
rder. General repairing executed.
'HE NEW MANUFACTURIUNG MACHINE,
'ailors and Boot Fitters, is the best in the
Local and Traveling Agents wanted.
Circulars and Samples on application.
sewing Machine Agency!
197 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P. W. & R. 8. CHICK, Agents,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Dec. 7, 49-'70-1y.
~EW MEN AND A NEW PLAN!
WE are now ready to sell Grocerica, at
he lowest rates, by the BUI,~K, aind to fur
ishi 1amilies with anyv qua ntities desired.
WVe intend to keep constantly on hand,
he leauding articles of trade, such as
JA RD, (in bbls. and Cans,)
nd all articles usually found in a Grocery
tore. We h:tend to se I as G H EAP' as the
LEAVELL & SPEARMAN.
Col. Leavcll will be at the store, and will
ut, D)RAW L.ARGE SAtMPLES, and buy COT
oN. Jan. 4, i-tf.
I HAVE a large stock of FURNITURE
nhand, and anm constantly re'ceiving sup
*lies from the best Manuufactoies in Bo.eton,
ridgeport, NeCw Jersey, and New York,
nl w ill s.el as cheap as any house in the
outh, adding freiught.
I nill also fnirnish marble for Tombs,
leadstones and Monuments, and I can fin
h work in as good style as any other es
ablihmnent, North or South, and as cheap
s any, adding freight. I feel grateful to
he people for the kindne-ss shown to moy
aher and myself, and hope to merit its
ROB'T Y. LEAVEL.L.
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
WE have now an eldgaint
00OTS SHOES, &0.,
Which we will
)r terms from this date are
[herefore our prices will
:orrespond with the times.
.BRAMS & MET TS.
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
I WILL have for sale during the "Cot
an" season, Bigging, Rope and Iron Tier.,
.&. . 3 - .f.r n imOW-tZ.
MOT-T E I
DRUGGISTS & A
No. 1, Mo
Respectfully invite the atte
LARGE and WELL SELE(
Also, a choic
HAIR, TOOTH AN]
COMBS, SOAPS, COSMET
& We are in a position
to Physicians and others pur<
ty of Goods guaranteed and I
Dec. 14, 50-tf.
INSUR A N C
Liverpool & London and Glo
Equitable Life Assoc
Representing a Capital for Life and
These Companies have features pc
Dec. 7, 49-3m.
TIE UNDERSIGNED has opened the
store on Main ,trect. lately occupied by Dr.
Fant, between Foot's and Singleton's, and
under the hotel.
He has a fine, selected stock of
and every article incident to
&c., &c., &c.
Competition is the soul of trade and se
cures fair prices to the consumer.
Hie claims that being a PRACTCAL~
PAINTEit, he has been enabled to select
this branch of his stock with advantage to
himself and his customers.
IIe announces himself as ready to make
contracts and furnish material for a!l kinds
of work in his lines at reasonable rates.
Paints ready m ixed for use, on sale.
Groceries of Every
&c., &c.. &c.
Candies of all Kinds.
Prize Boxes-Dime,Shoo-fly, &c.
Stationery-Plain and Fancy.
Tobacco, Pipes and Segars.
Crockery, Glass-ware and Lamps.
Jan 18 3
WE nre now receiving a large stock of
GRUCERIESand FERTILIZERS. purchased
g ig nthe best markews of the country,
wnruh we w
L.0W FORH CAli.
We are also prepared to execute all or
dera entrusted to us ini the
We can supply the Planters and all others
with the celebrated
A nd also with other Fertilizers.
We' bave determined to sell goods in our
line as lost as they can be sold in this mar
FOR CASH ALONE.
We find that we cannot sell at short profita
unless we sell FoR (iASH.
RI. MOORUTN & tO,
C. H., S. C.
ntion of the public to their
3TED STOCK of
e selection of
I FANCY 00003,
). NAIL BRUSHES,
ICS, COLOGNES, &G., &C.
to offer special inducements
:hasing in quantities. Quali
)RICES LOW. AB6
be Fire Insurance Company;
CY FOR THE
iation, of New York,
Fire Insurance of over $30,000,000.
culiar to themselves, and are safe.
NT & WCE,
650 Tons Fertilizels,
ON HAND AND TO ARRNE
100 Tons Genuine Peruvian Guano, direct
from the Peruvian Government Aitent.
100 Tons Soluble Pdcific.
5t) Tous B3aughs' RLW Bone.
35o Tous Carolina Fertilizer..
50 Tons Compound Acid Phosphate for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
All of which I sell at the manufacturer's
prices, with, expenses added. For approved
paper or Cirv Acceptance, time sales wi.l
be made on reasonable terms.
Carwile & ileCangbrin sold 500 TONS of
the a'-ove last spring, and I cart safely refer
those " ho have not uscd any of the above
to my friends and customers who hiavte. I
beg to call attention to a few certificates
fromt practical farmers as to their espe
rience. If I thought it necessary I could
publish ny number of certificated fromi the
largest and most successful planters in the
County, who have purchased largely of the
old firm for the pas: four years.
ROUELRT L. McCAUGBIRIN.
EiwnERRtY, S. C., Jan. 17, 187!.
MEt. R. L. McC.ani,.
DCa Srn: I ui-d one ton of the Carolina
IFez tilizer last year. and can etrtify th-at it
more than doubled the crops whereve-r ap
plied. I prefer it to the Pacific Guanc, and
shall use more of the Carolina this year
than anly other Fertilizer.
WM. Y. FAIR.
MEwBERRY, S. C., Jan. 16, 1871.
MR. Rt L. McCAUGHRIN.
DE2a SIR: I purchased from Carwile &
McCaughrin, las.t Spring, two Tuns Carolina
Fertilizer, which I used upon light sandy
land at about one hundred and twenty-five
lbs. (125 1b<.) to the acre, and I am convinced
that it doubled the crop even with the dry
season that I experienced at my place, and I
ca,I safely say that the free use of good Fer
tiliser< will pay as an investment with cot
ton at 10 to 12c.
* JOHN R. LAKE.
M~EWnERRY. S. C., Jan. 18, 1871.
MR. R. L. McCAUGHIRIN.
DEAR SIR: My opinion of the use of Fer
tilizcrs, and the result of 42 Tons I purchased
of Carwile & McCaughrin last spring, is thait
the free use of good Fertilizers year arter year
Iwill add greatly to the value of the land and
will pay a handsome dividend as an invest,
ment. I cannot go into details, but as an
instance: [ have land at my home place that
4 years ago it took 20 acres to make 3 bales
of cotton, now, after the free use of Fertili
zers for three years, will produce a tale of
cotton of 400 lbs. to each acre, and some of
it more, and last year 5 acres of~ it yielded
160 bushels Wheat. The last two seasons I
have purchased from your fnn, stome 70
Tons Fertilizers, and can recommend the
Carolina Fertilizer, Pacific Guan.o and Baughis
Raw Bone, all of~ which I believe to he excel
lent manures and fully up to wha: they aic
represented to be.
J. S. HAIR.
NEWBERnY. S C., Jan. 18, 1871.
MR. B L. McCAUGHR[N.
DEAR SIR: In answer to your enquiry as
to the merit" of t he Carolina Fertnlizer and
other Guanos, purchased from Carwile &
McCaughrin last Spring, amounting in all to
about ten Tons, I take pleasure in making
the following statements:
On 6 acres upland, light, sandy soil, I
used 250 lbs. Carolina Fertilizer peracre, and
gathered fromn each, 2,300 lbs. seed cotton or
13.800 lbs in all.
On 25 acres upland, of the sanme kind of
soil, I used Guano's in about Ihe same pro
portion, and made from this field abont li
bales lint cotton per acre, or 37 bales in all,
each weighing over 400 lbs.
For the preparing and cultIvation of these
lands I followed the satme plan as recom,~
mended in my report on Cotton to the Agri
cultural Society, in Columbia, on 9th Nov.,
~~ - 'm my pact experience in
the use of Fertilizers~*i they are protirabie,
with Cotton at 10 to 121c. pymr~1. , aw
pay at these prices at least 100 per cent. on
JOHN P. KIN A RD.
Jan. 25, 4-3m.
HEREAFTER these valuable machines,
so necessary to the comfort of every family,
will be k,-pt for sale at the Bookstore.
Warranted to give satisfaction. Call and
Subscriptions received to all the Ladies'
Mfagazines, vis: Godey, Frank Leslie, Denm
orest, Peterson, Lady's Friend, Die Moden
welt, and others. Subscribe at once.
Any back that may he wanted by arny
person, if not on hand, will be procured and
sold at Publisher's prices. At the Book
JOs A. EAF-:A.
Aree'eiviig daily a large stock'bf RLL
and WINTER GOODS, bought for CASH,
which they ffer toSELL LOWiOR CASaI.
Conisting of a large and .vatied assort
LIdiess' Dress and Fancy Goods of latest
Notions of many and choice descriptionq.
L.irge lot of Men and Boys Fall and Win
lArge14n-of -Men and Boys Hats, at very
Heavy stock of Bro,n and Bleached
Homnespuns and Striped Plaid 0snaburga.
.' Good stock of Hoots and Shoes. for 3en
and Boys. Nice lot ot Ladies', 4issws and
Children's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabe & Co.,
Whang and Sole Leather.
Tea, abundant and good.
Several fine aets of ladies Furs.
Factori Yarn, by the wholesale andi re
Fine lot of Cutlery, and Hardware gene.
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Su !ar, Coffre, Molasses.
Plain and Fancy Soaps, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of floes, Shovels, Spades, Scythe
Blades and Nails.
Tobacco and Wooden Ware.
Statioery, Ink. Peis, Pencils, &c.
Kerosine and Turpentine.
Tlev propose to sell goods to the sats
faction of all who will patronize them,.*
At Low Rates and short Profits
For Cash. -
Call and examitte their Stock and judge
They are Also Agents for Jacob B. Rit
ter's celebrated inproved old Anchor B and
Bolting Ciozh, and Singers celebrated Fa.i
ly Sewing Machine, for Newberry Couuty.
P. W. CHICK. R. So CHICK.
Oct. 5, 40-tf.
At Reduced Prices,
And at Great Bargains,
If called for soon, as we are deterailed
Fine Top Buggies for A250.
Double Seat open Buggies,(a very pretty
and desirable articl- for family use, can be
chariged in a minlite to a Single Seat,) at
the low price of $175.
Open Single Seat Buggies at from $150
The same qna!ity and styles of work
cannot be bought in any market South for
the samte money.
We keep a lot of ready made wheels on
hand of well seasoned a.nd good material
of the foilowing qualities, Double XX, Sin
gle X, No. 1, and No. 2, at Low Prices.
Our factory is near the depot, Newberry,
.1. TAYLOR, & CO.
Jan. 25, 4-2m.
15 Barrels genuine
On1 hand and for sale by
MAY ES & MARTIN.
HlAYING reiHquishmed the Agency of the
Sutlphurie Acid and Super-Phosphate Com.
pany of Charleston, 5. C, and Capt. W. HI.
Webbi having tbeen, appointed in my place.
Farmers and Plinters who use those justly
popular Etiwana Fertiliz.-rs, will find an am
pIe supply by calling on Capt. Wetib.
G. T. SCOTT.
Ne aberry, Dec. 13, 1870.
I have now ott handi eighty Tons of Etiwan
No. 2, and twenty Tons of the No. 1, and
will keep constanatly supplied with these
popular f..rtillizers. Farmiers will do well
o lay in what they want at onece.
W. H. WEBB.
Dec. 14, 50--tf.
&TOVE, T1NinR, &R,
Cheap as the Cheapest,
GOOD AS THJE BEST.
TIIE subs -riber would inform his friendi
and the public generally, that he will fur
nigh themi with all articles in his line of the
best quality at the
Roofin and Gutlering.
As well as all other
Will be done in the best and n'OSt, approved
stvles at the lowest rates.
Call and examine goods and prices and
satisfy you rselv.
W. T. WRIGHT.
MACQUEEN & RIECKE,
PROVISION & PRODUCE
llave contanmtly n handI and receiving
Bacon. D)ay Salte'd Meats, Pork,
Lard, feef, Flour, Su:gar,
Putrchasers are regnested to examine thmeir
stock( at a
- ,. :and 23 VENDtUF 'ht
Cil lA RLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 22, S--6m.
Of the Most Approved
Which we will sell on the most
We invite an examnination of then.
both as to character and price.
- - M OOmrmAN & v .
Having removed from. Their o41-. tad,?
ft mmodious New rdek.&sre,
Cali attentin to their increased "aii
f^r th-e-trwn-mrtion 6f businM", and4 ity
call from diwir friend.aud camonmer
Their stock consista of all grades of
ROPE, TIES, &c., &c.
MAYES & MARTiNa
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
1870. t0 ALL M8,
WRIGHT & COPPO1EK
Have now in store thuir FALL andWi
TER STOCK of
Mens', Youths' and Boys CIofkhin
and Furnishing Good,-.
Complete in every line as usual, carefdl'i
selected under the tust favorable eireni
stances. or .mock is larger, and inclnd.
a greater variety, than ever before, aaong
which are severAl- entirely new and keyy
pretty stiIes of goods. We cat.not euanw.
rate, ht a few minutes examination witi
cot.vinice anyone that we keep the : rmt
ind most handso-ne stock in Newberry, ad
that we are not to be UNDERSOLD by any
retail Clothing House, North or south.
We keep a table of assorted Clothing,
which will be sold at east or les, aurovg
which are many rare Largains;
WRIGHT & COPPCL
Boots and Shoes.
Fire CaTfhand sewed drese B-ats, Shoes& Galt a
" '" D-ble sote w. P" .
Se!Skin "1 "- - "*
Kip hand Pg'd" " " *
HayDitchenv 4- - ., fem t3
Be7'.ple Sole Pegged Broga for Men 8 -.
Kip Pegged for Wainea.
Call at WEIGUr & COPrOCK-I,
I WOULD call attention to.je
fact of my having a Large and comut.
dious WAREHOUSE, and will le
pleased to store
Cotton, Guanos and
On as remnable terms a any one.
W. H. WEBB~
Dec. 14, 50-tf.
Suitable for well ropes.
For sale by
Syrups and Sugars.
Just received a beautifl
N. 0. Syrups~ and
For sale low at
W. H. WEBB'S.
Dee. 14. S0-zf.
Inportant to Cotten
The Maryland Fetilizing and Manufactur
ing Compatiy have prepared a Special Fertil,.
izer aidapted to the Cotton Plaint under the
whicha they claim to be of the highest grade
of Fertilizer sold in the South,
Eq ual in its Results
And of more permanent benefit to the soil.
200 rons inDstore and to arive. Callen
John T. Peterson, or -
Feb 12mn 4t eo.w. W. F. NANCE.
The Best Cotton Seed.
THlE unader.igned' offers for sale Twu'o
Hutndlred Bushdela of his~ impatroved SCHUM
PEllT COTTON SEED, delivered at New
berry D-pot or Frog Level Depot, at $1 per
bushel. Persons wanting nmy seed wall fur
nish sacks to IB. J. Rnmage, my agent at
Depot, to send to mie for Se ed. The seed
will bie returneed to nay agzet.t, and to be
paid for on delivery at Newb.erry Derpot..
JESSE SCm UMPERT,
- Frog Level, S. C.
We, the undersigned, certify that we &aee
tried the improved raCH UMPERtT COT NN
SEED, anad find themn ton be superior to any
Seed w.- ever usedl, ins productireatas and
superior qu'a:lity of the lint.
John P. Kitnard, Newtona Crowe'.n.''
IL. C Kihle'r. D. WV. TI. Kibl-r.
Wm M. Ktnard, Henry Whaittmire.
A t:G. S1MITHI has opened a HO na
the depot, ont the road to Helena, and will
do all kind.4 of lmeq,ksmzithi work, which is
respectially <.ieited. J.an.2,4-.
COTTON SEED MEAL.
*NOTHING else in the' world will make a
milch cow !:0 HER DEST, in either gouat
1y or go.shitv..
Feed naot over foor pits at eh meal.
iad your own cow a ill cotnvince von. P'rice
$30a.u peri totn. cas-h uith order, with dir
conoIt for larger qutantitives..
CCtLUMBIIA 01!, GOMPA~NT.
SW" Oil Meal andam B3on Fertilizer, fur
nihetd at ? .5 per ton ensh. Cotton $t-4
bough"lt or contraed ior to he deilivery-d itn
July sa d Augut<. Masr. 1, 9--4t.
300 l1bs. Bluestone,
N~.:7 4;-f. D. MOWEP.