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FLUm the Union Tiwc.
BEE-11IVEN AND IIIVING
Dr. BEVAN, a distinguished Eng
lish writer on this subject, recomn
mends a hive measuring "1200 sol
id inches in the clear," and of on
ly 9 inches high. Quimby and
Langestroth, both high American
authorities, concur in the opilol
that they should not exceed 10 or
12 inches in height, but differ
from the English author in having
tnem of much larger dimensions
in other respects. I have taken
the medium of 1500 in the clear.
from my own experience. A hive
of the form indicated possesses
many advantages over the tall,
slim and unsightly ones in com
won use, not 4be least of which is
the saving the bees much unneces
sary labor and time, and is more
over much better adapted for the
use of boxer. There should be
quite a number of auger holes
bored through the top to afford
the bees ready access to the boxes.
Having the hive ready, the next
thing is to have it well filled with
bees. One strong swarin is pre
fevrable to several weak ones, for
it can defend itself against the
moth in almost any kind of hives,
and will yield more surplus honey,
whilst the weaker ones can barely
make enough for their own suste
nance and often fall a prey to
their enemy. It is rot a difficult
matter to u~nite several swarms in
to one, for the purpose of acquir
ing the requisite strength. When
I have hived one that I think is
too small to do well by itself I
add to it, on the earliest opportu
nity, one or two more. Should
they come off the same, there is
very little trouble in affecting the
union. Carry the hive containing
the first one to the place where
the other has settled and shke
down some of the bees on the spot
where the others are to fall. In
this way they become mingled,
and will go together into the hive.
Or, if it be inconvenient to cat
ry the hive about, get the swarm
intoa box and take it to the stand
and shake out the bees before the
hive *and they will go in without
trouble, generally, but should they
show fight a good sprinkling of
water or a little tobacco smoke
will soon quiet them. Should
several days have elapsed howev
er, it becomes'a little more difficult,
still it may done. Get the swarm
to be added into a box, take it to
the stand, move the hive a short
distance from it, shake down some
of' the bees out of it on a cloth,
then pour the bees from the box
among them, having p)reviously
giv en both a goodl tobacco sm.oke.
As soon as the most of the bees
have entered the hive move it
gr-adually gently back to its place,
dirawing up the cloth to the en
trance. Should they require it,
give them the smoke fr-eely.
There alway~ ensues, in these
cases, some de ree of excitement,
caused by deposition of the extra
queens-for only one is allowed to
remain. *Upon raising the hive
there will be found one or more
(according to the number of addi
tional swarms) knots or balls of
bees closely compacted, and in the
midst of each a queen, whom they
have thus imprisoned seemingly
with pur-pose of smothering her.
T~hey' appear-. to hold her royal
(dignlity in too gi-eat respect to use
their- stings for the purpose of dis
patching her. I have more than
once rcscuied queens so imprison
ed; but nothinig will enduce a
swarm to rece:'-e more than one.
Great care should be tsken in
b:inging down a su ar.n from the
p'acew were it has settled, so as to
avoid irritating them. The com
mon method of striking the branch
or tree on which they are found,
with an axe or something of the
kind, is very objectionable. The
violent jarring produced by the
concussions, not only causes irrita
tion, but not unfregnen-rtly kills or
crippl1es the queen. It is much
kbtter, when pracetica~ble, to shake
them off as gently as possible. on
a cloth, or- to brush them down
with a broom made of twigs wedl
(-overed with leaves. As before
leaving the parent hive they al
way fill their stomachs and sacks
with a good supply of honey, as
provision for the interval between
that and the establishing a new
settlement, they are generally in
a good humour, as most other
animnals in like condition usually
are, and will not be viciously dis
p,osed unless provoked by rough
usage. There are, it is true not
uinfrequently, some troublesome
fellows among them-ill-manner
ed and cross-grained, from dys
pepsia or some other infirmity.
From these, unless they can be
quietly dispatched, it is no bad
plan to take refuge in the midst
of the main body of those well fIll
ed and sound digestive organs. It
is or prime imp)ortance to get all
of them into the hive as as soon
as possible, otherwise they are
apt to take 'French leave.' If they
are sluggish, brush them gently
towards the hive with a leafy
bough-a little brushing of' this
sort will generally have the ef
feet of making them take to it for
shelter, and as soon as they are in
move it at once to the stand. A
few stagglers will be lost, but not
so many as by leaving it until
izight, or next morning, as the
cominon practice is. Put a strong
swarm into a well constructed
hive, protect it from the rain and
sun and there need be no appre
hension about its giving agood ac
count of itself. APIS
Read! Read!! Readt
BI LEVN 11MDq.NMEL l .1)
Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil and Zine, Chemically Combined.
Will la;t three titnes aS long aS the best lend and oi! inixed in thv ordinary way.
Always ready for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gallon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats.
Tu PLAINS, FAUt4rIEn Co., VA., Feb. 6th, 187:.
Mn. C. P. K\IGuT-SiX: The Paint came safely to hand as ordered-two ke;s, five
gallons e acl, and three buckets, one gallon each. As practice was slack, I did the job
:v.:elf. Two weeks, (tnot constant work,) completed the house two coats. The l.ist coat
I ;!pplied thick, and it is now generally conceded that for enamel-like hardness, and body,
and harmony of colors, there is not a handsomer job in the place. I saved sixty-five dol
lars by the operation, w hich is an item just now with Southern people. It should be gen
erally adopted in this State. Any country lad can apply it. I have never dabbled in
such stock :v Testimonials, but I feel so forcibly the great adaptability of -your "Enamel
Paint" to the wants of our people, in excelency of' materiai, in beauty of color, and in
the lact of its bring "ready mixed", thLt I give you tree perr.ission (if it is desirable to
von,) to make what use you think prope.r of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL,'M. D.
BALTtORF, December 10th, 1872.
Mr. C. P. KNICT', EsQ.-DFAr Sin: It affords me Inuch pleasureltosay to- you that
the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in eodnomy and"beiuty,
and I have every reason to believe, in durability. More than. twelve-nmonths since; I
painted the roof of iny (Hotel Mansion 1ouse) with the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint,
and I was so well pleased with it, I determined to -paint the outside of the Hotel, and. am
most happy to say it gives rue perfect satisfaction. In conclusion I will say, it this testi
monial will be of any advantage to you, you are at liberty to use it.
Yours most respectfully, - ISAAC ALBERTSON,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Fayette and St. Paul Streets, Baltimore.
To Tu Pvimie.-it affords me much pleasure to state that in July, 1S71, Front
Street Theatre was painted inside and out with "B'adley's I*atent Enainel Paint," for
which C. P. Knight, No. 93 West Lombard Street, is agent, ard to testify to its superior
ity over any and all other paints for similar uses. In no private dwelling can paint possi
biy be sulljected to the very severe test it undergoes at this estab;i.iot, wh.-r, during
our daily cleaning, soap and soda .are constantly applied to it, aLd yet it appears as sound
and 'resh as when first put on. Of -the.nunmerouaa. alvantages it possesses over other
paints, I will oi,t mention its being mixed and ieady for use iti piimntitie.< to suit p111r.
chafsers; its quickly drving properties, which s innch time ini the ex,ecution of* work
w%here paint is needed,. and its very perceptible .i-nAt y, " hieb impar:ts beauty anid dura
biliiv to the objects on which it is used. As such I ila:! enyestiv recoinmnd it to the
nerchants and tradesmen of our city, believing it will Live them greater satiRfaction than
they can possibly anticipate. WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, April 25, 1872. a Front Street Theatre.
Cit.0n1 -:a.i.raR(, Deceiaber 10th 1872.
Mn. C. P. KNIGIT-Di:.%t, Si,: The paints we received from you have buen applied
to several of our o%in buildings and to those of out friends, and hiave given entire satis
faction in covering qualiti-S, in Rlo-9, and in adaptability to all kinds o! surface of inate.
rial, and we cheerfully reconmnielid it, especially to tIat class of consuiners who have to
depend upon unki;own parties, or painters, to rmix and fartish naterials, wherein we have
fountd the imost deception.
Yours, truly, JACOB STOUFFER & SON.
MAY.arn LINF, BA.LT;nOI: Go-TY, Mo., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. KNaHT, Esq - Agent for :radley's Patent Enamel Painlt, !3At1inore-:Ar Sin:
The paint w hich I purchased from you has given entire satisfaction, so much so that all
my neighbors intend to follow rmy example, and have their houses painted. It is not on
ly durable arid cheap, but it looks better after it is put on than any paint I ever saw. The
painter I have employed is delighted with it. IIe says that lie can paint twice as fast,
at.d at the same time do a better job, with the inamel paint, tih any oter paint lie
ever used. I can therefore without hesitation recommend it to the public as one of the
very best articles of paainit ever introduced.
Yzours, very truly, J.AMES H ALL.
1:L A in:, 31.t:YL.NII, Mfarb h l "7..
3fit. C. P. Ksicirr-D:.fa Sin: I have been u-ing, sinac" hlt spring, Dr:adley 's Patent
En:ainael Paint, and am hap>py to say th:t it Civ.,s entire saitisfaiction w heraver I b.ive used
it, tad to p:arties to whom I haavc furished it fir othear painters to uee. Mr. John J.
Street, who lives near Clermiont M1ills, to w homn I furnished the IBradley P.int last fall, is
much a'pleased with it, and gives permission to uase his name in re-commtending" so gvood a
painit. 8. II. Mlontague, painter, agrees with mec as to thne dua ahility of your maost excel
lent paint. I hnope puaties whao haav.- paintii.g to do will look to their adlva::ti ge and appls
JBr adlev's Patent Enanmel Painit, whieb is the moast durable paint now in uise. It holds its
gloss longer than any other painat that I have ever used.
IYours, truly, E. C. GARRETTSON, IIouse had Signi Painter.
C. P. K xt(wr, EsQ.--I:.u:r Sti: : I iaare usa'd Pradl:n.y's Ptatn .niael Piant on my
dwelling last Spai i,g, iail am miuch pleausedl with it, anda, it lool.s as w eli inw as when lii st
painted, :und conasider it. a good Paint. Yo .r , tr ay,
Cre eclI P. 0., Hartford Co., 31d., Feb. 6th, 1l:4 A. II. STR ASB,AV;If.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
No. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
W' SPECIMENS AND) PRICE~ LIST FURNISHED OkATIS. 2
Juane l l, 2:3-m.
Only 50 Cents per Bottl.1
It promote. the GROWTH, PRESERVES
the COLOR, and increase. the Vigor .,4
and BEAUTY of thme -HAITR. '
Omr TmnT YEAn .Aoo LYoji's EATHixsom
Poa Ta HAin was lrst placed in the market by
Professor E.ThomagrLyon, a graduate of Princetom
Cle. Thenanmis derived from the Grook.
arity it haa obtained,is unprecedented and inord
Ible. It increases the GnowTi[ and BEAUTY of the
Rain It is a deligh.tful dressing. It eradicates
Dandruff. It prevents the Hair from turning gra..
t keps theohead cool.and gives thehairarien,soft.
gloe pparace.It is the sax in QuaanTrrr
ad asTT2 it ws over a Qt.i.TEBof a CZ.
!YAGo, and is sold by all Druggists and Coun
by Store. at only Flf' y Centis per Blottle.
Kioi's Glory is HerlHair.
A pr. 16, 15--ly.cow.
senger Trrnnsgepon thslRoad will arrROOTSn
leave asR follows:.d.arutL
Lecte Colutbia hou.......................c9.00 i
Arrive at harlestonut .................m. 4.e p
Leave Charlston(atL...... ...t...m....c.....t9.3 luah
TION TRIN, [Sudays eXepttd
Souve C rolia .................o3p, m n tioms eIrbeTnc n
Arrive athCharlestontat....................6.45 a i
ArriveontyColumbia at.a..e........... ... .y.30c.
sament ccmmdaro Trains pnti ta will corriue th se-ahoofiefebca
to rent Columbia as.former.y--.ondays, Wed- e acepcilysbjc tispr
edays Cartnd atd....... 93aam n une oi hyhv oeul
Camdn Acommoatio Trin wll cntine unecomptethosd ily oftwell-:non bR-enkTdS,
to untoCoumba s orcry-~onaH, e E R BSe nand spiRUits bndwt te
aeds ndSaurapr opet, whc53 hi P a ture P ae CathYrn.
Ap.rint,TNtritRus. iureti, Aleratienan
S. . ICEN, enra ckt get.Apr. to3 ke-p themonan liae,.k
"iM Elli~I & II IBSO.
So long the ladies' favorite, and for more
han twenty-five years thei leadinlg
Of the World!
Dan now he had by cllin. on
Mrs. D. MOW ER.
Or L. IH. REDUS,
Apr. 1, S. C.
Shuttle Sewing Machine. 1
This Machine involves Ifech.ical princi
pies which are new, and widely different
from those commonly in use, thereby ren
dering it superior to all others.
SIMPLICITY. STRENGTH, DURABILITY,
BEAUTY AND ECONOMY,
and is adapted to a lai go rature of work,
Sewing through all gr.le of* f-ahric, froni
1he finest ('anbric to fiarness Leather.
The best iFn that has ever been devised,
which enables it to sow over Ridgos, Seams,
Gathers, and all other obstructions with the
same facility that it does plain sewing.
With viis Fx-:j, the goods cannot fil as
with other ieeds. It is the SIMPLEST
MACIIINE, having no cog gwating or cam
grooves, and is the easiest of all others to
learn to operate-runs lightly and rapidly,
and is the most noiseless of all Shuttle Ma.
chines. Ias all the Attachments for doing
every kind of work. It is truly a First
Class Machine, and universally gives satis
faction. Try it.
Sample Machine at Wrighit & Coppock's,
where Circulars and Testimonials l may be
DRf. HILL & SE TZL ER,
Agents for Newberry, Laurens, Greenville,
Spartanburg .ni "on counties. Ap nm
. . .thi
, - wat
BUY THE BEST !
The AMERICAN will Last a Lire Time. -
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has beeni pronoutnced by the beLst mue
c-hanies the best finished, anid miade on th j
best plani, of any m iachinte iaiuf'actured.
Wil! se w the. finest and coarsest fabrics, no
mhat ter how much starch. Never drop?
stitches, runs ligh t an l abnocst noi.seles'5.
(;ull and examine for yourself.
Sohl oni thie mtost rea:sonab!e terms and
Induuceents to clubas.
LOVELACE & WITEELER.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE
Was st:t Id iti thue NEW I:AKERY of
M1IL .J( lN S. SM ITII, on Monayc last,
W\ho hceard tha t th e DAIILGREN\ OXE
was in bilast, anid that liREA1), CA i1',
PI1ES an .1 oth.er thinigs werec beiniig iiturne
Oer the 'eent, sO ardintly look'd f.>r.
'lie probprie!tor is h-ippy to .tate ihut he
is notw prepar'd to furnish the~ inizuns of
Newbe~'rry, anld especiilly Ii: t h clihiren,'
tmothuers, with the most to1o:.soe ad
healthy a rticle-I
ff>rt will beo spared Io prvil Ily for
lhe wants of the publici, either for their
b,reakfasts, dinners or suppers. Pic- nie
parties, and all other parties luiinishetd oin
a.pplic'ationi. lHe is happy~ to say that '
his bread wiill be so good thait no other I
With the excep ti o coflee andltea nill (.
vehenec 'sary. Setid in y out order~:s at '
ontc, to To
J. S. SMITH, inv
Next door to L. IL.c arha!l'.
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.U
THE FALL SESSION OPENS JULY '7, 1873
n.mvis von 20 wa'sK: 'HA
Roard, 874.00: Re'g'tar Tuition, $10.00
to 625.0o ; French, 810.40 ; Piano, Gnitar,
or Organ, id'0' ; Latin, Greek, and Sing. .
The celebrated CttmLes.mT Si'nisc, 200
yards from the College Building, has be en
of v'ery great benefit to pupils in delicate spi'
For a GataI'-sue, address, ter:
REV. SAMt'EL LANDER, A. M., Jot
!LE4-SED FL.O(RING\(, CLLING, WEATI:
en ofvr Mo nh in.: :de, oLver 100,000 fe
tel-lie-es. 4oor and Window Frames, mads
Bpallu"*ers of'Walunt Or Maho,,auy, on hawn
k made a. cheitp at thi., v.,abli.irhment as ca
mand the lar!!est !stoec of the ab.ove,South of
!C will fiemtelcon to all who wa
ie subscribers are the only practical Mechai
ving onl the business in thle city oif Charlestc
~Goria, Nort Caoia and Florida, as
W. P. RU,
FICE.-On accounut of the manner in whieb
)I of the risk of Dreakagre of Gla-; with ord
roads in thik Statenat HALF RATES, which
ar. 12, 1873-10-1y.
Sash and Blinds,
If0OU;T LDINXG I , PIlA CEE TS,
STAIR. FIN-:mrv, ib Fur
1&hing Hardw- . ip luor I
Ties, 'Wire n-ai Terra (Win
Ware, Marble n he aenS1thle
WINDOW GLASS A SPECILTY.
Lite t Pif! L er for S:le.
Cirechtars :n,l Pr.vv l,-: Se nt
free oni appliemion, by
P. P. TPALE,
2(n fl ayn e:o:m l ::', Io .-kr.y St.,
Oct. 2,% l. Calso,S. C.
-TEj0- ind- It tLFC-TIN'-EI,whc
or, Sash and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
tor, asee ithe South.anl
city.iTe ly housemm owne anman
fie anOnl SiIltreeht, nineofCiy .'!
P. .AR x170E CaesON, S. C.
OVLS ACE iGEELER,3WIr Agnt.
Ceonfrd ert ine riet, o
P.0.wber0.hry em, S. C.
'ob. 13,2 -6-f.
eL AET andiE T
TH W ARES AN.
AUCTI )OYAD TENERAl
cLUMBIA fS, C.OI'
LL'Sz CELEBBA(El FIEANDU.
iitar 2 fl , 1 t iu f. d C IltIC t
dse or mt: reiemde dilym
nOf fie,t alloS Me STEEN,es
CswOwLUMBeIAr the C:.
Cirrl 1I cv Otr Wen, aurd aid lr .
[El' BOAlDS, &c. Over 100 different pat
et on hand, for sale at New York pricez.
to order at short notice. Stair Ruil, New
I and made to ordpr. Good iani subtantial
n be made in the United States. We have
the city of Baltimore, ,ll of which we guar
lit good andi mub-11:1It l wor)k.
tics. Sash, Blind nivl D.or Maker,:, by Trade,
mi, and can refer to ;enlemn all over this
to the charactcr of their work for the past
SSELL & CO., CIarlston, . C.
we box ill our work, and oir own assump
inary handlim, otir goods are shippel over
is a great saving to the purebaser of mir work.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
LET it be diStinctIV ntderstood that the
i-:n fill blast anl doing things up all ri.:ht,
ald well propared for a goodI run th;s Fal
Al! klnds ot work done inl good sylv , ill.
cluding copyig of oil Pic;tures, Fillingi,
A fine lot o
Comie along dring thi. prc-y weather.
Oct. 2,4-- -f.
Shtinles and itHay.
SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES of supe
ri.-r q :t!iry, finish and durability, in any
dosied qu1aiti'y, can1 be firni:-hed on the
sliortest notice, :tl delivered at any point
otn the Nine of railroad.
Also. ont haid,
PREIE W11ESTERNI% lHAY,
Apply at Warehouse, to
J. N. FOWLES.
TimF subscriber has on h ad at Peake
Srtioun, near -\lstont, S. ('., on the G. & C.
Ri. 1i.. TWVO IIUNDIimf TIIO!'S.AND NO.
I SIIAVED) SIL ES, in packages of
five hutndred cech, which heC offers very
low. lie is constant ly receiv'ng si inllar
lotr. Utiers will be protly I at tetnded t(o.
Price, 81.50O per thoutanid. No charge for
ladtintg. Tlermus Cash. Addlaress.
F. H. DOMINICK,
Feb. 12 r-r n A LST')N,S. C.
WEBB, J60Em & PII R,I
WE MEAN BUSINESU
Atnd can tdhow a stock of
Carriages, Buiggis, Saddlery,
HA1RNES., AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c..
g.eerally, in tis itne, nhIiea r'or aeauty
ae 'upa*e int the coutrty.
WE SELL AT FACTORYV PRT(ES,
Our S.ibD :alf d1 til'E'S MANI
F'.A(''T 1:Yf is wall I app!iedi anad trns oul
AT THE LOWER STORE
can b,e fatnd aIahnice at;ti 1:trfiy assort
li t i i
taf avery aan-ar :iald kind, wh.ich .e '. Il
Low for Cash !
Weaa buyt largely' o af I '(TTIN tad .;i' the(
taip aaf tbe marktet ailw.is
-\l wea a.sk is that thei path|ie willfao
its with a caill ,sa that ant ex:atantamn tmay.
hea mttada. loia nbertaa these . are tharee sepa
WE;mHB, .JONES & PA IIKER.
Or, t.:;, -4:;-..f.
Geivais Street, near Greenville and Colum
CUDBIA. S. C..
IS PIEPVAh:ED TO RtECEIVE COTTON
anid otheir proper:y upon storage, atid make
tdanttcs upon thte same. Co:ton shaippedi to
this house will bte -tored ubject to the order
of the owner, anda the lowest rates chaireed
for stot age. All property so stored wili' be
itnsured in good reliabale companies, it in
surance is desired; ad adva.:nce's will be nitde
at the lowe.st banktIing rates. Ouir store
hou1,as are so hoatead that drayage is not
ncezstary; antd no0 chatrge f,Jr handling n 'ill
All busines5 communiations shtot!d be
addressed to the Traaurer.
E:)W AItD llOPE, President.
Et>wrX F. G.Aty, Treasurer.
Mir. 1:2, 10-Gim.
$5 to $20 /*T$. ^r""
pie cf euthter sex. younga or old, mtake more nion
er tat work tor us in their spare mnoments, or all
thje time. than :at anaythting eh:e. Particulars
true. Addresa (i. Stinson & Co., Portland
Maine. Jan. 1 , .
-8taHnery anrd Minding.
NE\ 1TiTINE 11,10LsE,
E. R. STOKES
HIAS just opened, in the new and hand
Some building imme!d;a:clY oil.pAite thu
Pi.wiaix oUlice, on Main -trcet, a complete
STA U i E 11Y.
Compri-in:, Letter. Cap atl Note l.per, >f
: 54.e', qUalitie's .11nd of 1cry de c.eiption;
Fla: P, *per, of C.:l), Do-Iry, Double:-C;p. Me
diuIm, RyI , Supcr-lovd, and Imperial
!.zes. whbic 1 i!! ie 'old in any quantiiy, or
nIIU1*aerLIra1 i1*:-- N.1iank BO;of any air.e,
and raled t m and bu11 nd1 in a0Y
srle, at :hu.: lw:ce.
EN VELo PES
In endles vai le t - i! siIze colors and rinII i.
Of mery vari.v, Memorandnu and Pas
Isook-, Pu'-kct Ukm;ks, INvoice and Lettel
llooL., 1ee.ipt 1;uoks. Note liolks.
Alt Ill 'C I'S anl )IAUGHTSM,EN wil
tind a comiple:e 'Oek of materi:d for thi
uen i.r Paper, in sheet; and rolls
Iristol BoordkI, Po-til Paper and uimards, 0i
Paper, Pencil-, Water Col(wQ, in vokes an.
boxes, Bru:Ohe-z, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every de!wription: a great variety of con
venient arnid seful articles for !)oth f7acher
Piotograh Alimns, W Driing Deks', Port
fo!ios, Cabas, with boxel, and a counies:
Also, 9 most elegant stock of Gold Pem
aindl Peneil Ca-es, superly-mounted Iubhez
Black, D!he, Violet and Citrmine. Indevihh
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back.
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed,
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in i
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subseriber intends this shall be.
lIe will still conduct his INDEIZY anc
BLANK ]uuK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISIMENT, whicl
h.as been in succes:ful operatuion or ovei
thirty years in this State, and to Whieh in
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. Ilis stock will be kept up full an
complete, and his prices will be found alway.
reasonable, and he hopes to have -I share ol
. R. soKEI:S, Main Stre<t,
Nv. 15, 46-tf Oppoite P':nix 0%ice.
ASSETS - - C1,100,000
I1ON. JEFFERISON DAVIS,
GEN. WAiDE 11AMPTON, Vice
President. and Supeiintenudant of
Itlani D 1 partmn t.
J1. 1). K ENNEDIY. StateC Aent.
J. F. GLENN. Agenut Newberry Co
Aniong its D)ircetors :ar. s:olue of th4
first bu iess bll of tihe counlltr*y
We uaranutee honst of,lV 1uu:i maaementCl
COM PAN Y.
A,i'ut .h ('yirud.... .......52,00,O
4 iur:,'teed~ uL'O.1. . .... ........i4' 5 li,t
fo etiyof Pluav Iliolder.5 0,0
WV. B. .louns.,a..............Peie
Wi. S. Iloi:r........ ......\~iee-Presidenu
.E. V. l .a *....... ..........Sr'e.
.1. MERiCYR t;REEAN, M. I.,...Medical Ex'
W. J1. MaInn.T...........Sup1't of Ae.jcie
C. ]'. McKuv....................etuar
D ecemer 19. 1 87?.
Ne wherr ( '.1. I 1 Boail of Am1dr ioar
Tfrusteve f the (C(OITTO)N ST.\TE.J
TilIltAM X. N'*)IIcltxA N. - Presiden
I 3l.I culLA:iN---'lRaD. - \'i ;'re id
M. . WGDP. --NEYrt,
ble ondtio-ha i cICI .AIO t. i
EM . W.ABNEY&,O.
De enerl ent
TF RUTSRHO FISHRm
Ne okand Dmsi
NORFOIL O0m'ER IIEP0T
Next to Dr. Jacksou's,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Orders Promptly Attended To.
A Fine German Chromo.
'W SEND A N EuG.ANT C11,O.1o. .)UNTi1
AND LI.I.AJOY on)1 11.0ING.
TO EVI.1'Y AI.NT.
AGENTS WANTED FOR.
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE,
1:y TIP :S. WV. KNX
942 Pagc OcttVo. 130 Fm.e Engrsving.
Z I: :e.'o :d Acriden I ho(ynd :!he
Lii;: of iD.Iy: .ar:'ing Advenare< inail
9::-e the We:hi: l ines mI.d Mdc of
G:n..ini,:i i n ! ,r-orZ: Cawv-nSd :ilheir
-. ie hD Ialk Ways of W
P:ion. il i heir S(clets: Down in the
IDeptl tI lhe S.: :r:m:,,e Stories tf lIe
IOtcection ul, (rime. The book :reIats of ex
perminCe w%itl briganl!s: nhzii,h in opilml dens
:md gamlitg hellE: in primmn: S:orlis of
ex adve t lurc., jmWn.1 ndiin , jone V
tihrullgh sewerS al C::tacom ; :ccidentI in
ni-: pites and piracy; tortures of* the
in uisi0i: wonderful bmz!nrivs; under
wvorbd o, thlo great 6i's, ete.. v!c.
We w::;,t I,g fr h : vis work onw
e give xclvu,ive :erritory. Agents Can
make %%(:0 6weez ir seling.thIS book. 2end
fur enr1 an.d spcial temlll to agents.
J. B.BURR& HYDE
ii.!T >. CoN.N.. o. ('1 Acu 1,.
Magazines, Books, &c.
Gdev's L:ivs 1:ook al a beautild.
I ar 1Th4,reo Dollar.; a .ear.
Thl. .. Fi1W Ar.t Journal, :nd two
fiI 1 Chron:, for Fie DLollars a year.
N-din vourl Sub,Scriptions early.
.\ek, Wrig Prfo!ios, &(., &C
No V. 2, 48- t f.
L. P. PIF ER, I. A., : : Pincipal.
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBEe, : : usical Dq't.
TIE E.vrcss lf the ab vil SIoml wil
bo restnmv%d on T('E:DAY,t JANAY
Tuition from IN..o C . per , n
Paid in adv.nce or Saa-t oly secured.
Pupiljll%: bh chalred fr)Ilm dat;:11 of en
trnce to the end of th.e Se.-:>-. No 1.'.
ductionl except ill caSWs otf' protracted ill
Plain, sucana ad n ea: ? belh
taine-d withi thie Principai at"-41-2 pwr molnthl.
For partielar.:, &c., app!y*1 t
'. P. B0%l,Es,Se 'd.
COL S. FA Ilt, Pres't.
Jan. 1, 1-tf.
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker & Undertak er.
Has on hawl and will mnke to order, Bell
steads, ]llareaus, WXardrobes, Safes, Soles,
Settee S, Lom:L.'-, &c.
CaMn 1it WorIk ofl :al k indm mnude and 1e
paired on liberal termns.
1lu, on lh:md a full sulpply of MietaIie, Ma
hograny anliose wood B:1rial Cases.
Collins made to order at shiort 1o:Lece, and0
(Oct ) .40 t f. 31.\lEIN lIAIRI:IS.
Fi8k8 Mgti2 SuilaI C8888
TIlE slA'.ClllBEi,lhas const:iativ or.
hnd a in! i SSOrtunent oft :he above app. i iwd
ea-es, of dli:erenit p:tter Ueidi. cutiL:
of his. ow :n0..e, .! 0f who-h he is pre-l.aiLed
tohfurdci a fer reaonbl rtswit
pom t e st? adl:-~;C dep teh. poij t.
110nishedrt theli~j rte of llo pe Sr dtoy.ide
Thnkulfo p . pa:on. CFh.% sub
Newberry S. (C., July ::.
'Dr. 3. fl. BRUCE,
Iin rO!ing'i the, Ph! .\;TICE rf h:ie P1!'0
A pr. 2::, '7::--h t:.
'JOHNSTONE & HARRINGTON,
Atti"ey ona.n lhuw,
NEWBER~RY, S. C.
George Johustone. Y. 3. Harrington.
A pr. 2, '7:%--1 :: -1 v.
THOMPSON & JONES,
NE.WBERRYC. .,S s.o
C :iiites' of the Pennevnwia (Col!oiee of
Mar. 1, '73-11-:f.
A pply for relief lbfore you become a ion-*
I ha:ve heen) for years pa-t attendling' Stiiet
ly to the treatne:.t of die.e. of non.n,
both man'.ed1:rid sin:4e, and ..' :he- n ber
of cases coo:ine toUC Lincrease abnOo.it d.:l ib .
w iV ~pay pecil a:titl on to thlose v ho may
apllly toi me for help, anld may, if I shou|dl
get a suflOiint numbher of caes, make it a
There are many women who are takiog
Imedicines recommendedi for suchd.e.e,
which are wo)rse than u-elie,s, they palliate
and somet;imes seemn to give relief, but in
fact they postpone the evil until the disease
assumeis th:e chronic form, and then) they ap.
ply to) thle Physician for relief, which canf b.e
given, but no'. so .'cu as when taken in the
first or ear!y st:'ge.
I use no quack medicir,es. I tre:tt di,eaaes
on ration :d and scientilie brni
N. B. I practie for cas-h on!
WF are PIprep.
0:1e hundred ac *
anli will furni)) I/t aft/d
free ofchar ej O
1Apr. 17I'Ol ~ "