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Farm,lGarden and Household.
Transplantation of Trees and
Vegetable life depends as much on
vital functions for its preservation as
animal life. But the way trees are
treated ordinarily, in their removal
from one location toanother,indicates a
very limited knowledge of physiologi
Plants repose at night like the high
er organizations, waking in the sun
light of morning, invigorated and re
freshed. - Through the long, tedious
months of winter, they sleep profound
ly. While the leaves are green and
vigorously performing a series of la
bors, preparations are made for a com
ing season of cold, ice, snow and other
influences which reduce the vitalforce
to the lowest point without destroying
it. That is the best time in the life
of a tree for transplanting it. That
business is admirably managed in
France. They don't think of waiting
for a mere stick to grow into a broad,
spreading tree. No they selret splen
didly developed trees, with waving
branches, and place them where their
grand appearance will be admired.
In the squares of New York, the
Park Commissioners are now pursuing
the proper and only promising plan of
success by bringing in from the coun
try well grown trees, dug up out of
the frozen ground' with all the roots
covered with two or three feet of the
earth in which they grew. Being set
out in their new positions, the cardi
nal bearings being the same. in the
spring they will rouse up like refresh
ed laborers, and bud and blossom as
they did before. That is the true
system. It may be accomplished at
any period if the roots are never in
jured or exposed, but clothed, thickly
and securely, with their own attached
soil. Never cut off a limb or a twiz
till they have a secure foothlkId.
Leaves are the breathing organs of
trees. Most persons make a fatal mis
take in trimming trees when transplant
ea. They die because they cannot
breathe, oxygen being thrown off and
carbon absorbed from the atmosphere.
SPREADING MANURE IN WXINTER.
-We are asked what advantage there
is in spreading manure on frozen
ground. It depends much upon the
condition of the ground. If it is cov
ered with grass, either a pasture or a
meadow. there is a great advantage inl
more than one respect. The surface
is protected from sudden changes du
ring winter. and the first thaw-carries
the manure to the roots, where it
causes a vigorous growth early in the
spring. If the ground is plowed for
a spring crop, it is also benefited by
having the manure ready to be absorb
ed by the soil whenever' the ground
thaws; the seed, as soon as it sprouts,
finds what it needs close at hand. Onl
sod ground to be plowed for corn in
the spring, the same advantages are
gained as in the case of grass lands,
and the manure is on the spot in time,
which in a late season it might not be,
for waut of time or improper condition
of the ground. But after all, it is far
better to get the manure upon the
ground before it is frozen, if possible;
the earlier in the Fall, the better.
Winter top-dressing of grain is only a
poor substitute at best for a proper and
timely preparation in the Fall, an d
rarely pays for the trouble, unless it
may be in the advantage gained byj
the spring-sown clover.
REMEDIES AGAINST GRAPE NINE
INSECTs.--Among the various remne
dies which have been proposed in
France for the protection of grape
vines from the ravages of vine insects
or phylloxera, onec of the latest eon
sists in the application of soot. For
this purpose the stump of the vine i
first laid bare, and about a pound of
soot placed around it. covered with a
shovelful of earth, the object of the'
latter application being to keep, the
soot in it-s place. At the end of some
days a penetrating empyreumiatie odor
becomes perceptible at a considerable
distance, the result of an extensive
impregnation of the soil. Should it~
rain, the water passing through the
soot carries various soluble portions to
the roots, where they exer~eise their
peculiar effects. The application is
very persistent, as after the lapse of a
year the sooty smell will still be ap
preciable. This persistence of the
action has an important bearing,. since.
if one stagre of the insect escape injurv.
its succeeding transformations will be
made to suffer in a corresponding~ d-K
gree. Apart from its action upon the
grape vine insect, the soot itself exer
eises an excellent influence upon the.
vegetation of the vine, in stimiulatini
its growth and imparting to it fresh
TALUE OF POULTRY MANURE.
From actual experim'ent 't has been
found that the duppiugs from four
Brahmnas for one night weighed in one
case exactly one pound, and in anoth
er more than three-quarters ofa pound.:
an average of nearly four ounces to
each bird. By drying this was re
duced to not quite one and one-half
ounces. Other breeds make less; but
allowing only one ounce per bird daily
of dried dung, fifty fowls will make in
their roosting house alone 1,000
pounds per annfuml of the best manure
in the world. Hence one-half an acre
of poultry will make more than enough
manure for one acre of land. seven ewt.
of guano being the usual quantity ap- ~.
plied per acre, and poultry manure
being even richer then guano in am
monia and fertilizing salts. No other el
stock will give an ecqual return in this
way, and these figures demand careful
attention from the large farmer. The
manure, before using, should be mixed
with twie'its bulk of earth, and then
allowed to stand in a heap, covered
with a few inches of earth till decom
posed througho,ut, when it makes the
very best manure that can be had. -
The Raleigh News says that along the
route of the North Carolina Road, the:
white people are making a general ezo.
WILL BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
$48 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
$53 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
Payable Novembehcr 1. 1873,
FREE OF INTEREST.
FREIGHIT AND DRAYAGE
To be added.
ITS SUCCESS IS
UNP A RA LLELED,
AND ITS STANDARD IS
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CALL ON AGENTS FOR
Almanacs and Certificates.1
CEO. W., IlILLIAM & 0.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. J. MCCAUGHRIN & CO.,
Agents at Newberry, S. C.
H. S. BOOZER & CO ., Agents at
Frog Level, S. C.
Dec. 18, SI-4m.
THE NEW ERA .
A Paper devoted to the poular interests. Will
be published weekly, bthe New Era Publish-j
ing Company, at Greenwood, S. C.. about th
1st of February,1873, at $2.u" per annum. in
advance. Edited by W. K. Blake.
THLE NEW ERA will be conducted on the
following civil and politipal maxims. as vital to
the interests of the State, and will labor earnest
iy, in accordance therewith, to adjust the people
to their new circumstances:
ist. "In passing successfully through any crisis,
th e must possess elasticity enough to adapt
thmevst eweenditlons. Notbing seals the
fate of a nation sooner than the stubborn adher
exice to obsolete ussges and forms which the pro
gress of Society is determinedly throwing off."
2d. The State is enriched in propor-tion as the
permanency of her citizenship is secured. T'o
effect this end, land proprietors should be en
couraged to ofrer their lands on such terms and
in such quantities as will enable the head of
every f.ami!y to become a land holder, and thus,
being iden tied with the material interests of the
State, contribute to her prosprity.
3d. Rulers are the people's agents. invested
with power "for the punishment of evil-doers.
and for the praise of them that do wet!," to
whom it is the duty of the people to render all
proper respect and obedience; "for there is no
ower but of God; the powers that be are or
dained of God."
4th. The proper rule of political faith is that
which aids the Administration, and enables it to]
dev'elope the material interests of the State; to1
promote the happiness, by securing the peace1
and quiet of the individual citizen. and harmony
among all classes of Soc iety.
.NEW ER.A PCBtLISHING COMPANY.
Greenwood. S. C.. December 21st, 1872. 2-If
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-id well~ prepared for a good rtun this Fall.
All kinds o1 work done in good style, in
uding copying of old Pic tures, Fiilin~g Pins,
ings, &c. '0
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W. HI. WISEMAN.
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A Great Public Watt, at last, Supphed.
There are hundreds of.men in all parts of the
country who daily needINFORMATION in re
ard to Pension4. Bounties, Patents, Internal
]venue Licenses and Decisioup, the condition
of Contractors' accountsi or some others of the
endless claims which go before the several De
partments of the Government; which informa
tion, if it can be furnished reliably and prompt
ly, saves them the loss of time and theexpense of
a v isit to the seat of Government. If you. eek it
of your 31ember of Congress-absorbed. s he is.
in his public duties-vou impose upon him fre
quently a considerabfe extra burden: and. per
chance. are obliged to submit to delay.
We ca-a furnish. upou the shortest notice, spe
cific and ieliable information in regard to any
point it;olved in the busies of the varioas Bu
resus; or can transact any of the busines befbre
them. The aid your Itepresentatives will. trom
obvious reasons, be very willieg ta afrord u-;,
when necessary: our lo::g acquinutavce and fa
:niliarity with the officers u:id with the routine
of public business, and our prompt and unremit
ting attent *on to all matters eritz usted to us. en
able us to otier tMe he-t facilit:es for obtaining
information; ai.d we doire to afford it own the
most reasonable terit.
All letters e:elosing lue Dollar, with a stamp
ior return postae. wilt be inanediatly answer
ed. and expliei zu.d satisiaetory issformation
given. In its pursuit no eforts wil! be spared,
and it will be co-mmui.-at..d with the most scru
pu!ous idelity. !o as to be absolutely reliable.
We are determined to merit-and secure-the
urqualified confidet ce of our patronq.
Contractors':ecouttits for conveying the United
States 31:il piier to %.av a lo Aisrtant Mar
shal'saccouts for taking Cet'uw of197'. bought
orreceived for coil etion.
We reler. b. espceial pernis.,iun, to
HGc11.. . ain. Sixth Aud(it(.r. ofthe Treas
urv for the l'ost Oliee Ieparutent; lion. D. P.
lol!oway. late Comnis.ioner of Patents. Wash
itogton; 1. W. larr. Ag:entSuuthern Associated
Piess: F. 11. Smith. 1*,q . Official Reporter
House of Representatives. Wa4hin."on; I. G.
Hayes, -'q.. Itepurter As.ociated r House
ol Repr.-seitatives. Wushin;ton; John M. Itar
clay, Esq.. Journal Clerk. House of Representa
tives. Washingtou: Clinton Lloyd, -sq., Pay
Clerk. l1iuse of .epresentativec. WoAingtou;
Wm..1. McDonald. Esq., Chief(*lerk U. S. Seu
ate. Washington: John C. Burch, Esq., Minute
and Journal Clerk, U. .-. Senate, Washington;
M<:ses Kelley, Esq.. Cashier N.itional Metropoli
tan Bvrk. Washington; Chus. A. James. Esq.,
Cashier iank of Vashinjgton. Washington: Potts
& Shelley. 'roprietors Metropolitau Hotel,
Washington: John Cummini. iate Associate
Justice Supreme Court. Boise City. Idaho: A.
Roman & Co . Publishers. San Francisco. Cal.:
Rives i tailey. l'roprietorsCongressional Globe,
Washington. And to the memDers generaly of
the present Congress.
Post office address, Glass box 351.
Dec. 11. 5J-6m.
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political and general, with full and reliable
market reports. Each number also contains
several sbort stories, and a great variety of
literary, agricultural arid scientific matter,
etc., etc., constituting. it is confidently as
serped, the most complete weekly newspaper
in thi: Countiy.
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NEW YORK CITY POST OFFICE.
The Progressive Age.
The Undersigned proposes to publish in
he town of Newberry, S. C.. about the 1st of
Februariy, 1873, a weekly newespaper, bearin~0
he title of TIlE PRIOGImESSIVE AGE.
The limits of a prospectus do not admit of
I minuite delineation of all the features of
he contemaplted journal. It wiil be snffi
ylent to indicate its general character. The
mbaracter of the Progressive Age will be a
2ewspaper int the widest meaning of the
erm, emblracing within its colmnas all infor
nation useful and instructive to the public.
In Politics it will be Liberal and Conserva
:lye, wht'le the most strenuous efforts will b'e
ised in the dissemination of important polit
cal intelligence. On all suh.ieets its opin
ons will be advanced boldly and fearlessly.
[ts best energies, regardless of personal in-I
crests or party predilections, shall be devo
ed to the right of every man, to his own
oli:ical views, and to the free and utntram
neled exercise of his own opinions, speech
No measnre of Reform will be advocated
imply because it. is new. and no error in'
olicy will be sust'xined, bhongh it may have
he sainction and approva.l ot' long estah
As a literary and family newspaper, its se
ec:ions will be stuch as shall be wholesotme
od agreeable to the oI, as well as furnish
ng instructive and pleasant reading to the
-oung. Though we may not be able to givea
)leographs and varnished Chromos as in
lucements for sub,scriptions, we shall, how
ver, protnise to furnish through its columns p
s far as we possibly can, the unvarnished
Thromo of Truth.
The Commercial, Manufacturing andi AE
ietultural interests of the State shall receive
har attenttion which their importance de
aands. Thbe Progressive Age will contribute
ts mite to the development of her immense I
esources, and to foster the arts and sciences
rhich minister to the well-being of her pen
le. It shall he insisted, too, that Newberry
here we have located, shal! partake of the
encral prosperity, with no attempt to dis
arage the local advantages of other towns
td see:i ns. The latest intelligence, both 1
oreign and Domestic, wi' be ca?refunlly re- ]
ortcd. For this end the Telegraph, nd al!
:her measures within the reach of the un
ersigned, shall be laid under conttibution.
Termns.--The Progressive Age will be pub-j al
shed at 53 in advance, per annum; 10 sub-|e
ribers $25, with one copy gratis. Editors d
f papers wishir.g to exchange, ean forward ei
>;>ies of thei's if they feel so disposed. ,
Dec 28 THOS. 1". SLIDER.
valuable in Teething, and Sammer Corn- I
plairtt of Children. Cures
rid other Diseases, incident to the period |
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," row so
delv used, this CORDIA4L con:.ain.
NO ANODYNE, a
other injurious Drug. It is composed of: th
e very bert materials, and should be
tad in every Nursery. The best physi. N
mns recotnmend it.
Dr. H. BAER, O
CHARLESTON, S. C o1
W For sale by MOTTE & T A RRANT, co
wherry, S. C. May :t, lS-tf. i
Private Boarding. t.o
ai k'en gentlemen can find BOARD BY' 2
: U ITtl ansiek
ASSETS - - $1,100,000.
HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
GEN. WADE HAMPTON. Vice
President. and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNEDY, State Agent.
J. F. GLENN, AL-ent Newberry Co.
Among it, Directors are some of th1e
first business wen of the country.
We guarantee hotnestv of nanagement,
i. e. speedy settl4Uent of losses.
July 10. '72-29-lv.
13050 Pa-es and
printed in I.glish
and German. Writ
ten by 20 Eminent
John B. Gough.
Hon. Leon Case,
Rev. E. Edwinliall,
Philip Ripley, Al
bert Brisbane. Ho
ace Greeley, F. B.
Perkins. etc.. etc.
This work is a
aomplete history of
all branches of in
dustr), processe; of
manufacture. etc.. in all ages. It is a complete
encyclopedia of arts and manufactures, and is
the most entertaining and valuable work of in
formation on subjects of general interest ever
ofrered to the public. The Book is cold by a-ents,
who are making large sales in all part, of the
country. It is offer. at the low price of 58.50.
and is the chapest book ever sold by !ub-c rip
tion. We want Agente in every town in the
United States, and no arent can fail to do well
with this book. Our terms ate liberal. We give
our agents the exclusive right of territory. One
of our agents sold 138 copie- in eight days. anu
ther sold ';t;3 in two weeks. Our agent in 11art
ford sold 397 in onie week. Specimens of the
work sent to ager.t: on receipt of staip. For
circu!are and terms to agents,. address the pub
lishers. Sample copies of this book s ent to any
address on receipt o price.
J. B. 1W hR & HYDE, Publishers.
Hartford. Conn., Chicago Ill., Cincinnati. Ohio.
Sept :? ly
Sash and Blinds,
IMOUL DINGS, BRACKETS'
ISTAIR FIX-tures, Builders' Fur
nishing Hardware,Drin Pipe,Floor
Tiles, Wire Gunards. Terra Cotta
Ware, Marble arid SIate Mantle
SWINDOW GL.ASS A SPECIALTY
Circulars and Price Lista sent
free on application, by
20P. P. TOA LE,
2Ilayne and :nPinckney sts.,
OIc'.. 2, '72--ly. Charleston, S. .
GEO. S. HACKER.
)oor, Sash and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THlI 1 AS- LaRGE' A'ND C')MPLETE A
actory~ as there is in the South.
All work: manufazctured at the Facetory in
ris city. Thle only house owned and rman
ge by a '.'roliniarn in this city.
g- SEND FOR~ PRICE LIST ,,
Factory and Warerooms. King Street, op
2ite Cannoui Street, on line of City Rail.
IEQ. S. IIACKER,
P. U. Ik>x 370, Chtarleston, S. C.
No~v. 13, '72-40-ly.
'acific Guano Company's.
(('A PIT AL, $l,000.00.)
TIS GUANO is now so wel known in
I the Southern States for its remarkable
esas an agneyc foir increasing the pro
rets of labor, as not to requli re sp.eia! re
nimmeudation fromt us. I:s use for .'u-ren
:ars pass has elstablished its character for
liable exce:lence. The large tixed capi
1 invested by the Comp.any in this trade,
rshesure etigran:-:e of t'.c co:n.
,i exciellence of i.s Guano.
Thei supp!.. p-:t i::10 markr-t this season
eas hieretofore, prepared und1er the per
nil superintendentce of Dr. ST. JUIAN 4
A.VEN EL, Chemist of the Company, at
:acrleston, S. C , h:ence plante's may'rest
sured Ith its qual:i:y andt coin psiti on is
ecisely the sarne ne th:ar heretor. --.
J. N. ROSIN
Selling A-.ent, Charlestron, C.
.JNO. S. REESE. a: 1
General Agents, Baltimore.
8t4s cash : i5: time, withlout in:teres5t-.
atccomm;toda:c ph;tters th;ey can arder I
w and hare unti! first of Apr il to decide
to whtethter they w ill take at time or cash
ee. Whent de'ivered fromt fac.tory be
car load no diriysge w~il be charged.
A. Jr. McC:o:ghtrin &z Co., -Ments for
WANTED AT ONCE.
H undred and Fifty Thousand Acres of
South Carolin.a Land.
V'E have an application for the above amout
south Carolina Land upon which to locate a . T
any of Swedes. Parties hatving lands for sale 'I
I find it to thir advanita-:e to send us a full I
aription of their preraises. with terms, &c., at
e. This must be accompant led by One Dollar
lefray the ex pense of pu blishing in namphilet. t
:lone Stamp for return posta ce. iWe charge
>er cent. upon all property sold.
DAVIS & CO., ti
P. O. Glass Bo 851, Washington, D. C. p
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
COLU.MBIA. S. C.
Capital Stock Paid In. $300,000.
Board of Directors.
L. D. CHILDS. Pres.. JNo. T. DAkuY.
J1. W. PAEKEr, Vice-Pres., R. X. W ALLACE.
c. D. MELTON, Solicitor. JNO. S. WILEY.
R. O'NuALE, Jr., E. 11oPE.
W. B. GULICK, ashier.
C. J. IREDELL, Ass't Cashier
IN addition to the ordinary and ausa
business of Banking, the Carolina Naliona
Bank of Columbia, S. C., issues Interc.t
bearing Certificates for any amount, paya
ble on demand, and bearing seven per cent
interest from date, interest collectable everi
six inonths, if the '?ertificate has not bee:
previously presented. Deposits in gold re
ceived on same term, ami interest paiid it
kind. Depositors hv all the ad- antagi
A SAVINCS BANK,
and the safety of their depo.sits is guaran
teed by a pt'd.np capital of Three 1lindre<
Thousand Do.lhrs. Persons 'havin- fund
which they wish to invest temporarily, wil
find this a safe means of investment, return
able upon dmand, and always readY fo
use should a more profitable investment ol
Remittances may be ia:ie by Fxpress
and Gertificates will be returned by tnai
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 14, 1872.-48-:rm
Greenville & Columbia Railroad
Daily. Sundays exceted. counectin: witl
Night Train2 on South Carolius Railroad, ul
and dowu also with Traitis goiig Noith ai<
South on Charlotte. Columbia and Augu.t:
Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia and Au.
Leave Columbia. ................. 7.15 a n
.Alston....................... 9.15 a n
Newberry.................10.4 a n
oesbury................210 p n
Arrive Greenville..................... 5.30 p n
Leave Greenville................ 7.31 a n
Beltun......................... 940 a n
Coke'bury....................1 15 a n
Abbeville.... ..................8.15 a T
' Newberry....................... 2.30 p n
A):toi. .................. 420 p I
Arrive Columbia....................... 6k p n
ANSDERSON BRA NCI AND nLrE RIDGE DIVISION.
Leave W alhalla at.................... ....... 5.45 a n
1errvville........... ...... 625 a n
Pendleton........ ......... 7.10 a t
Anderson. .................. a z
Arrive at Belton..................... . 9.90 a I
Connectine with down train from Greenville
Leave Belton at............... 2.51 p n
Anderson ...................... .... 4 5' p r
Pendleton...... ....... .................. .-50 p i
" i.erryi-ille... ............ 6.3 p z
Arrive at Walhalla ..............3.. ....... 7 1 p a
Accommodation Trains run on Abbevilh
Branch. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Anderson Branch. between Belton and An
derson. on Tuesdays. Thursndays and Saturdays
T*Ho-. ODAMEA). Gen'l Supt.
JAIIz NouToN, General Tikket .Agent.
Sep. 11, 17--tf.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA. S. C.. Dec. 14. 1C72.
ON and after SUN DAY, the 15th instant. las
senger Trains upon thia lioad will arrive and
leave as fo.llows:
M.AIL AND. PA55ENGER TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at....................l9.00i a ta
Arrive at Charleston at.................. 1.45 y m
Leave Charleston at...................... 9.30 a m
A rrive at Columiblaar....................3.20p m
NIGHT EXPR.ENs. ?REIG:tT AND ACCOXMODA
TION TRAIN. (Sundays excepted.j
Leave Columbia at...................i.30 p m
Arrive at Charleston at................6.45 a mn
Leave Chlarlest..n at........... ...........7 : 0 p mn
Arrive at Columbia at... ...........L..J a m
Camden Accommod-ition Train, will continue
to run to Columbia as formaerly--Mondays. Wed
ue.days and Saturday..
A. L.. TY LElI. Yice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, C'olumlbig. & Augusta Ri. R.
5aL' PERIlNTENDE.NTas oUFFICE,f
4ossA S.C. Septemb>er 22, 1972.
ON and titer this date the~ folloingi. set'
ale .vill be run over this rond :
Tndin No. 1. Train No.2.
T.eave Augusta. ... t75 A M. 5 3) P. M.
Leave (ohunnbia....11. C,3 A. M1. 11.0 l'. M.
Arrive (harlotte...7.42 I'. M. 6.t;) A. 31.
Leave Charlotte......n A. .M. 8.20 P. M1.
Leave Columbia...2.4.' l'. 31. 3. A. M.
A rrive Augusta.....7.42 P". 31. 85i A. 31.
No. 1 Tlrain daily. No. 2 Train daily. Sundays
excepted. Both trains make close conunection to
all points North. South and West. No. 1 Train
ma kee close connection at Richmond for Virgiu
Through Tickets sold. and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
Standard Time-Washington City Time.
E. P. A LENANDElt, .$up't.
E. R. DoRREY. General Freight and licket
Summer Scheduls Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 29th May, 1S71.
DOWN TRAUN. UP TiRAIN.
Arrive. L.eave. Arrive. Leave.
Spa r umburg. ... 5.2. 5.25
Batesviile. ... 60 6.10 4 53 4.3
Pacolet.......... G.: 8 6.l.3 4 40 4.45
Joneaville....... .40 ti4 4.5 4.1.'
[.'nionvills......7.25 7.5' 3 '5 2.23
Santuc.......... 8.2.1 8.23 2.3') 2.35
Fish Dam....... 84 8 45 2.10 2.15
Shelton........9.1> 920 135s 14.
Lyles' Ford......9.M 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother..........1 05 1.-10) 12.3. 12.53
A1ston......... .1.'i) 12 00
Tfllo-. I. .JEIT. 1'resident.
May .1. l171.
Prospectus for 1873.-Sixth Year.
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AGENTS WANTED-Any person, wishing
o act permanently as a local ag-:t. will receive
all and prompt infornmtion t.y applying to
JAMES SUTTON 5: CO . l'ublis here.
5$ Maiden l.are. New York.
Nov. 6, '72-E-ti.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS,
D'AILY. TRZ-WEuKLY. AN~D WEERIT.
RIORIDAN, D.uVSO N &CO.,
OFFicE ,0. 149 F.AST BAY sTEEET.
CIIARLESTON. S. C.
be Daily News ............8 a year.
he Tri-Weekly News..............54 a year.
he Week!y News.......................2 a year.
The Charleston News ha.s a large r circulation1
tan any other aper in thecSoutheastern States.
Transient Advertisements for the Daily Edi- :
on. first inse.-tiou. 5c lie, of solid non
treil- ~enaei 0-na. 10cents a line. : 1
THE MOST MAGNIFCENT STOCI
OF JEWDLRY SOUTH
OF THE POTOMAC.
Ifaving removed from his old stand, to t1
large and elegant store,
Under WEARN & HIX'S Art Galler:
Main Street. COLU3BIA. S. C.,
begs respectfully to state that he has no
A Magnifivent Stock of Jewelry,
Silver Ware and Fancy Article
and feels ro hicstation in saying that it
the Eines: stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewe
ry, Diaionds, Solid and Plated Ware, Cu
ler. &C., anI the mont artisti.- and beau
fal in sty!-, cver before exbi1jted in Col!if
bia, and everv article from first class man
Rep.iiring and Entgravos a =ptaelalt
and all work warranied.
Terms, net cash.
Ovt. 2*1. 43-t0. Uaider Art Gallery.
It'l M), L OVE & CO0
DEiEIRF to announce to their frien
and patrurs that they, have MOVED in
Large and Elegant Store,
i('or 31atit; and Plai*n t.
1*nd"e- the Wheeler 11ouie,
Wi.vre Eh, y have OPENED their
Of NEW and
SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE,
COIPRISING THE BEST MAKE
OF 41OODS To BE FOUND
IN DOMESTIC OR FOR
To which we invite the attection of tf
inhabitants of Newberrr avd surroundin
countrv, feeing nssured that we can fu
nish them with better goods at less prict
than any house in South Carolina, as QL
stock is ofl tie bst quality of goods.
Samples sent on application.
We keep a bcautiful line of MOURNIN
.Mr. John Grey, well known in vot
Gounty, is now in our emp'ov and would t
ple.ised to hear from his fric:nls in Newbe
ry, at the"
Grand CenLral Dity Goods Es
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
V. D. LOVE,
S. 1. 31eRI EERY.)O th. :I, 4?-:3m.
C. F. .JACKSOlN
aliust reture fro m the N~orther
Cte noh h mot choice stock of
FALL AND WINTER
Ever brog~ht to this n:arket. For' sale a
LOW PRiCES FOR CASH ONLY
.\I:in Street, near Plain,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Get.J 1 2-tr
HAS just opened, in theC ne-.V and hatnd
some building immediately opposite th:
Ph<enix office, on Main street, a compict<
ST ATIONE RY.
f'omnprising L.etter, Cup and Note Paper, o
nil sizes, qualhties and of every description
Flat lPapers of C:ap, Demny, Douxb!-C:p, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperia
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity. 0:
manufactured into Blank Books of any size
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in ant
style, at short ntice..
In endless v'ariety-all sizes, colors and'quali.
Of every v'ariety. Mem:raindumn anii Pass
Books, Pocket Bool:s, Invoice and Letter
Books. Receipt Books, Note Books.
AiCIHI rif ECS and DRtAUT(;lSMEN wit]
find a complete stock of materiatls for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolis,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, (il
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in ca*kes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description~; a gieat variety of con
v-enient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photo"irah .\!bums, Writing Desks, Port
folins, 'abas~, with b)oxe5, andI a countless
Aleo, e nmost elegant stock of GoldI Pens
and Penc'il ('ai', superthi-mounted Rubbher
Black, Blue. Violet andl Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chew and Back
gammon Men and Board4: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and ev'erything2 usuatlly ktpt in a
First CIass Statioinery House,
Which the stu'scriber intends this shall be.
Hie will still conduct his BINDEItY and
,L ANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RI:LNG ESTABLISHMENT, which
has been in successf'ul operation for ov-er
thirty v'ears in this State. and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. Is stock will be kept up full and
complete, and bia prices will be found always
reaso)nable, antd he hopes to have a share ~of
E. PR. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15. 4'-tf Opposite Phenix Office.
The Newberry Hotel
TORD.AN P. POOL, Proprietor.
This Hotel has undergone recent repairs,
md is now more comfortable and well ap
tointecd than ever. With a weii-kept table,
tood rooms, atention to every want, and
,b!iging setrvant%, the traveling public will
ind it all they can ask t'or.
In addidiou there is a first-class bar-room
i'here the best of wines, liquors and segars
an be had, and also a billiard-room at
The Livery steole belonging to the Hotel
s aism well supplied.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHIL
Hats, Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
.I*TARD & W1LEY,
C O:L U M B I.A, S. C.
e WE are now receiving and will continue to through the season the BEST READY
MADE CLOTHING, that cannot be surpassed if equalled by any custom made. All the
latest fashions int MELTONS, DIAGONALS. CHEVIOTS, BEAVERS, T RICOTS, BLACK
-DRESS FROCKS, BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, FRENCH and AMERICAN DRESS VESIS,
CLOTH, SILK and VELVET.
A splendid line
MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
WHITE FANCY SHIRTS, CHEVIOT AND NEGLIGE SHIRTS.
HOSIERY AND UNDER WEAR. NECK WEAR and SUSPENDERS,
CARDIYAN JACKETS. SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
SILK HATS, FALL STYLE.
Tbe underigned respcetfully calls the attention of their friends and customers of New
t- berry and upper Counties, to their large and well selected Stock of Goods. Visitors to the
-*iiy are invited to call and examine. Orders will be promptly attended to and satisfaction
KINARD & WILEY, COLUBIA, S. C.
J. H. KINARD, tA
OOLU M:BIA., S. 0.
I hatve r, cently returnedi from the North, and am prepared to exhibit the most com
plete and eleg:iut stock of
ever brought to this market, consisting of the iatest and mnst popular styles in DRESS
GOODS, CASSIMERES, &c., with a full line of
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
AND SELECT ASSORTMENTS OF
CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES AND
CURTAINS, RUGS, MATTINGS,
and all other articles usually found in a First Class Dry Goods Establishment.
THE GRAND OPENING OF THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
under the direction and supervision of MRS. A. McCORMICK, so generally knowti
throughout the State lr her skill and taste, offers unusiual attractions, the stock having
been carefully selected by herself, and placed at figures -o meet all wants.
THE CELEBRATED HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
AND AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE AND OVER-SEWING MACHINE,~ constitut
prominent feature in the line of my business, bei!g justly considered the most efficie,
and saisfactory now in use. e acl
e Strangers visiting Columjbia, are invited to give me a call.
J . H . KI N.A.R D,
On Main Street, one Door South of Columbia Hotel, Columbia, S. C.
r Oct. 2', 4:;-6m1.
r THE undersigned having established his office at Edgefield, as General Agent for
e the Cotton States Life Insurance Company, inTites attention to one or two of the ad
vantages offcred those who may desire to effect insur.ice on their lives in a safe Home
The Board of Manageri at a recent meeting, pasm-(d unanimously the following reso
'Re2.olved. That it; view of the fact that tlere a:e unusually large sums paid for
Life Insurance. to the Comipanies of the North and East, whieh sums, being there
iIveted, contribute to the enrichment of those sections, whilst our own South is
greatly in need of cash capial to prosecute successfully our Agricultural and Mechani
cal enterprises t it is ordered, that for the purpose of retaining these sums in our
midst, hereafter a certain proporton of the net cash receints from premiums, aniount
ing to not more than 7o per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
be in ae ordance n ith the regulations of the Compan.v, in those sections from which
the said premiums are attained."
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
(;GEORGE S. O'BEAR, Sec'v,
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last An
Inual Statteniant shows that the Company possesses, besjides its large Guarantee, $170
for every $100O of its liability.
rM. W. A BNEY, Generai aet
To carry into effe.ct the foregoing Resolution of the Managers, the Company proposes
Ito estabbisn Boards ot Supervisory Trustees in each t'ounty;and VilhinteSa,wh
wl supervise all investmIen:s. heinteSa,wo
Seventy per cent. of ali the NET PREMIUM RECEIPTS, from any locality where
there is a Board of Trustees, will be returned and invested with its Policy Holders;
thereby making the "Cot ton States Life," a HOME COMPANY to every Policy Holder.
Applications for !oans front any locality will he made through its Board of Trustees,
whose approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
collatteals are acceptable by the Directors at the Home Offiee in Macon, Ga. No safer
metetof the accumulating assets of a Life. Company can be made than with its Poli
eyHle- and the abore plan, so liberal an i jiut, is ::mw offe.red :o the people of New
bei ry. The privilege of usin.g a portion of the Compnany's assets, is exten,ded to every
one of its P'olicy Holders. I therefore propose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
Newberry, a:nd :it any other point in the District where desirable.
M iar. 27, 13-tf 13. F. LOVEL ACE, Canvassing Agent.
PROSPECTUS TH, -..__
W OR KI NG MAN, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,
AN ELEGANTLY PRtINTED EtGHT PAGE FOR 1873.
W EEK(LY NEWoPAPER,
By Tihan R. Gaines, Editor and Proprieto:. EEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.
Pele-TW > DLLAItS .t Yria.
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We ae lvingin newera TheSouh ca beyear, enjoys the widest circulation of any anala
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Ireeted labor.y cohec nwledpgew ad thetwo d- It contents embrace the latest and most inten~
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Save deterniined isse alnJnay an 'igs o New Inventions. Newv implements. Nsew
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FOR YUR ..MEALS RObert Joyner, Proprietor.
AT THE P. Hamilton Joyner, Clerk.
A lstS onI H. .oe, Of Board.,per D..... ............0
ESLreakfast Gon 'p and Dinner Supper, Breakfast and Lodging....2 00
Goig W. Sigie Meals- - ---''---- -- -- - --- - 9
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