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HOW TO BRING UP FERTIL
ITY ON EXHAUSTED LANDS.
In Connecticut, especially, it is said
the soil is run down to the lowest pov
erty. Inquiries are frequent respec
ting the. means to regain the plant
food; and numerous varied methods
recoinuicnded; but some would cost
more than buying good soil; others
ivould lose the purchaser any benefit
for two or three years, and the grow
ing of clover, the favorite idea now,
cannot be of much use to plow in. be
cause even with plaster, ashes, &c., to
start there is no stamina to produce
any quantity. In England it is the
usual and almost universal practice to
fetch up any light soil which has been
exhausted, by using the most reliable
fertilizers for roots and eating them on
the ground with sheep, which to fur
ther enrich their droppings, they will
feed with grain;but the consumption of
roots in this way is not understood in
America, and New England climate
would only permit of its being done in
the autumn ; and as sheep and hurdles
or'other means of distributing the ma
nure and urine are not at hand, this
will not be adopted, and thus other
'sources must be resorted to.
With all respect to those who are so
much in favor of plowing in clfver,
t)..t must be grown first, and any ex
hausted soil will not grow enough to
do any good, therefore when by -other
means clover is produced the roots are
suffieient for the food. of the ensuing
cr6p 3rithouit sacrificing that which
would be worth $50 or more per acre
When land has been completely
worn out by the straining of the mus
cles-end the studied direction of every
contrivance emanating from the brain
of men: whose whole thought is employ
ed in turning every particle of support
within retich into the next harvest, it
requires a kind of reverse in the man
agement, as for years it has been suck,
cultivate and suck again and naught is
left; thus a reverse of system would
be for a man to buy good improving
animals, say sheep, and buy food for
them which they would pay for eating.
and by keeping them on this poor land
it would soon become rich.
Mr. Johnson, whr, is so often refer
red to oontinually bought sheep which
were only half fat, and by high feed
ing not only gained all the extra
- weight made but the frame which he
purchased was worth so much more
per pound than lean, scraggy carcass.
Depend upon it any man who gets in
terested in high feed as a means of
highly fertilizing his soil, will buy in
such localities and markets as to in
sure a.lib5eral profit ; and a good farm
-er, whether he breeds and 'works his
own raising through to the butcher,
er if he buys well bred animia4 from
those who have not the heart .fatten
anything-and they are hundreds who
grudge everything belonging to them
even their own offspring, enough to eat
or at any rate that which is good
then -either the breeder or purchaser
will do well himself and his farm.
Poor, thin man !poor, thin cows,
sheep, aend poor, thin land, poor in
poceket adpoor in ideas ! whereas a
* fertil6 brain might make a jolly sort
of man, with contented heavy cows
and sheep, good rich land, pockets
well lined and ideas ever flowing to
devise ways of turning more and more
of the good things of the earth into
mutton and beef, into butter and wool,
&c. Trembling, faint hearted men
cannot be made to see how much
cheaper manure is bought by fattening
animals on 'the land.
(A WorLng Farmer.
ORCIIARDS IN GRASS.
If a man desires fruit for himself
and f:unily only, and is indifferent as
to. the time lie gets it, and indifferent
aboJ~ut the quality and quantity, then
he ilay plant his trees in grass ground
and keepi them in that conditiou, but
if lie intenids to make the business of
fruit-grow ini a dependence for a live
iliovd, lhe woud hardly be satisfied to
wait from twelve to fifteen years for
re,ults that might be obtained by good
culture in seven or eight years ; nor
would lie be likely to be pleased with
the moderate returns fromu common or
inferioir fruit, while his neighbor was
reciving hig~h prices for ai superior
eco wni o.n 2rounId where fruit was the
It is true that there are soil so rich,
tli:it culture would give trees an exces
Mive growth, and not only postpone
* fruitfilness, but miake them liable to
be injured by sever*e winters.
An experi~enced horti cult'urist would
not choose such a soil for an orchard
One great advantage of having the
ground under culture is. that it enables
the orehardist to give his trees a more
uniform growth without regard to con
dition or unfavorable seasons. If his
trees are loaded with fruit or the sea
sons unusually dry, a more frequent
stirring of the surface will generally
keep up the desired vigor, but if the
trees are in grass and the season very
dry. he is powerless to help the ease
and can only wateh and worry to see
his trees almost cease to grow, the
leaves turn brown and the fruit drop
for want of sustenance, and perhaps
gets very little consolation as he listens
t.o his neighbor's merry whistle while
following his cultivator or harrow
through his orchard, unconcerned
about the weather and wicked enough
perhaps to wish that everybody else
believ'ed in the "grass theory" so that
lie will be able to get an extra price
for his extra fruit.
The best bearing orchards we have
seen this year are surrounded on all
ides with forest trees.
Good vinegar can be made from the
juice of watermelons by letting it stand
as if it were cider.
A new way te learn calves to drink
is to nail the finger of an old glove in
B RAILEI ISENAMTEL PAI.
Pure White Lead, i.inseed Oil and Zinc, Chemically Combined.
Will la,t three times -s lmn. as the bestleAd and il nixcd in the ordinary way.
Always ready for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gallon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats.
Tn PLALNS, FariuI1n Co., VA., Feb. 6th. 1872.
Ma. C. P. KNIGnT--Sir : The Paiot came salely to hand as ordered-two kegs, five
gallons each, and three buckets, one gallon each. As practice was slack, I did the job
myself. Two weeks, (not constant work,) completed the h6use two coats. The last coat
I applied thic;, and it is nlow generally conceded that fmr 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, n%Lieb 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 as Testimonials, but Ifeel so forcibly the great adaptability of your "Enamel
Paint" to the wants of our people, in excellency of materiai, in beauty of color, and in
the tact of its being "ready mixed", that I give you tree perwission, (if it is desirable to
you,) to make what use you think proper of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL, M. D.
B.AuNiMor, December 10th, 1872.
Mn. C. P. KNInT, Es.-DEAn Sin: It affords me much pleasure to say to you that
the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in economy and beauty,
and I have every reason to believe, in durability. More thn twelve months since, I
painted the roof of m. (Ilotel Mansion Ilouse) with the Br;idley Patent Enamel Paint,
and I was so well pleased with it, I determined to paint the outside of the Hotel, and atm11
most happy to say it gives me perf'ect sati-1 ction. In conolusion I will say, il this testi
monial will be of any advantage to you, you are at liberty to use it.
Yours nbst respectfully, ISAAC ALBERTSON,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Fayette and St. Paul Streets, Baltimore.
To TIE Pule.-It affords me much pleasure to state that. in July, 1871, Front
Street Theatre was painted inside and out with "Bradley's Patent Enanel Paint," for
which C. F. Knight, No. - West Lombard Street, is agent, and to testify to its superior
ity over any and all other paints for similar uses. In no.private d%welling can paint possi
bly be subjected to the very severe test it undergoes at this establishiment, where, during
our daily cleaning, soap and soda are constantly applied to it, and yet it appears as sound
and fresh as-when first pitt on. Of the numerous advantages it possesses over other
paints, I will only mention its being mixed and readr for use in g:tntities to suit pur
chasers; its quickly drying properties, whicisaves inuch time inl the execution of work
where paint is needed, and ils very perceptible tenacitV, whivi imp:trts beau tv and dura
bility to the objects on which it is used. As suech I nost earnestly recoininend it to the
merchants and tradesmen of our city, believing it w ill give them. greater satisfaction tlnt
they can possibly anticipate. - WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, April 25, 1872. Front Street Theatre.
CHaMnFn.snrc, December 10th 1872.
MR. C. P. K\TcnT-D-a! Sin: The paints we receiv- 'rom you have been applied
to several of our own buildings and to those of our frien(A' Anl have given entire satis
faction inl covering qualities, in g!oes, and in adaptability to all kinds ot surf.ice of mate
rial, dnd we cheerfully recommenil it, especially to that class of consuinmers who have to
depend upon unknown parties,-or painters, to mix and furnish materials, wiereini we have
found the most deception..
Yours, truly, JACO1 STOUFFER & SON.
iARYnANn LINE, BALTIMonE (;o'NTY, Mn., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. KNIGnT, EsQ.- Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, B.Atimore-TFARn StR:
The paint which I purchased from you has given entire satisfaction, so mitch so that all
my neighbors intend to follow my example, and have their houses painted. It is not on
ly durable and cheap, but it looks better after it is put on thtan any paitit I ever saw. The
painter I have employed is delighted with it. ie says that he can paint twice as fust,
and at the same time do a better job, with the Enanwl pa!int, tim i any other paint ie
ever used. I can therefore without htesitationi recomnmteud it to the public as one of the
very best articles of pait ever introduced.
Your's, very truly, JAMIES HIALL.
- BEr. A ir., MAnv-r.Asnr, March 4 th 157'1.
MIR. G. P. KNiGniT-DEAf Stn: I h.ave beetn utsing, sitnce la.st spring, Bradk-ey's P'atet
Enamel Paint, and am happy to say that it gives entire satisfaction. whet-ever I have used
it, and to parties to whom I have furniished it for otheor painters to use. Mir. -Johnt J.
Street, who lives near (3lermae.t 31ills, to whom I tiurniThed the 'r:aitey l'int lhst f:dl, is
much pleased with it, and gives permtissiont to use his namte in recomnwt..ding so good a
paint. S. II. Montagne, painter, agrees with me as to thte durability of your most excel
lent paidt. I h.ope parties who have painting to do will look to their adv-aintage anud appls
Bradley's Patent Enatmel Paint, whtich is the most durable p.aint tnow itt utse. It holds its
gloss longer than any other paint that I have ever used.
Yours, truly, . E. C. GARRiETTSON, House and Sign Painter.
C. P. KxicuTv, Es..-Daaa Sir.: I have usedl Dra'dh-y's Patent Enamel Paint on my
dwelling last Sprinig, an.d ant mtuch pleased with it, and it looks as w~ell now as when first
painted, and consider it a good Paint. Yours, truly,
Creswell P. 0., Hatrtford Co., Md., Feb. 6th, 1873. A. [I. STRASBAUGH.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
No. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
W SPECIMENS AND PRICE LIST FURNISHED GRATIS.
June 11, 23-2nm.
Has been before the American public without this Liniment. The money re
OVER THIRTY years. It has never yet funded unless the Liniment is as repre
failed to give perfect satisfaction, and has sented. Be sure and get the genuine
instly been styled the panacea-for all ex- MuEXTCAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. Sold
ternal.Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Swellings, 'by all Druggists and Country Stores, at
Sprains, Bruises, &c, &c., for M m.s and 25c., 50c. and $1.00 per Bottle. Notice
Beast.' No family should be a single day style, size <f bottle, &c.
Apr. 23, JO- ly.cow.
THE WARREN ( A N'
The LATES and BES
Thoie jLsTeSTve bny E T f~'.
jane8r manu ard ESEW&P MAIORTIN.
C5pita fo r aens enso Puealomig Copd!in
pTe or nithea o x,yougrea od aptabilre aond- onadfl tOc. tde wy
e'worf srin coe pandements An a ll se pernecue yHa.F~U
jan 8ie 1han at anthi else. N Pria ards mls iseln ak n Dih
$5 o $ 0 A 4-eo&okin pe- Pu Bl ig CompJ lein
pIe of estPeresyx,egotablor old,imakepmoreionon
ev a\vok fr u inthei spre omets,or l Shd ApealDruggistsusd bay Heat,L Fatig
thetim, tan t aiytit~ ele. artcuardspctemenartPac. Helan ?remoesnBothe
free. AddredsPimples, dispelol,nPortard,an, un-ightly
Sold a. ~2-y Ar by2 rgit n FnySoe.D
HAVING increased our Manufactory we
are prepared to supply the demand for our
wvell known COT JON GINS, which are cou
sidered the best in the market by those who
have use,! and known them. EVERY GIN
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Price lower than any other first-class Gin.
Orders solicited early in the season to prevent
By permission we refer to the following
Col. ). Wyatt Aiken, and Maj. J. K.
Gov. M. L. Bonham, Edgefield; Maj. A.
Jones, Pine House; Maj. Josiah Padgett,
Mr. L. Hartley, Batesville.
Capt. .1. G. llawthorn, Saluda .Old Town.
Gen. M. C. Butler. Columbia. -
Messrs. WEBI, JONES & PARKER, are
our authorized Agents for Newberry, at
whose store a sample Gin can be seen.
NE I.ETT & GOODRICU,
June 4, 22-4m. Augusta, Ga.
The Subscriber has now in store, for sale
at low prices, Cotton Saw Gins of all si-c.3,
from 40 to Go Saws, both of Northern tnd
The MAGNOLIA GIN is believed to he
lie lightest running Gi made, and cleans
the s" ed to the satifaction of every plauter
who has used tlh!n, and every Gin sold has
given perfect satishction to the purchaser.
Price of Northern made Gins, '4 per saw.
Southern made Gins, 4.50 per saw.
Both are first-class Gitis.
Az..o, Brown's Georgia pattern Gins.
Ifall's Gins and Feeders. Gullett's Steel
Dru.ish Gins. GullOtt's and Deeriig's Cotton
Pre:.;es. Price $150 each. And, MeGar
thy's Sea Island Cotton Gins.'
- C. CRAVELEY,
52 }:.sSt DAYs, SOUTI oF PoST OmFItF,
Aug. 20, 3:;-1m. Charleston, S. C.
Ruggies, Saddlery, e.
IEBB, J0MS & PARER.
W1 MIAN MESN[)
And can show a stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddler-y,
liARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
generally, in thi; line, which for beauty,
elegatnce, durability and supe:iority cantnot
le surpa;sed ini the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
AND DEFY COMPETITION!
Our S.\nDLE and HARNESS MANUT
FACT0R~Y is well supplied' and turns out
war ranted work..
AT THE LOWER STORE
can be found a choice and latge assort
of ever1 hairaerr and kind. which we wil
Low for Cash !
We buyv largely of ('OTTON and give the
top of the mnarket always.
All we ask is that thne public will favor
us with a callI so that ans e xamntioin may
he maade. Renmembewr there arc three sepa
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Oct. !23, 4: -tf.
lationery and liinding-.
NEW STJiTIOERYT ll0IiSE.
E. R. STOKES
IlAS just opened(, in the new and hand
somec un ildinug imnmedia tely opposite the
Phouix office, on Main street, a complete
ST ATIONE RY,
Conprising Letter, Cap and Note Papet, of
all sizes, qualities and of every descriptiotn;
Flat Papers of Camp, I)cmy, Double-Cap, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, wbigh will he sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any site,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Ps
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCiI[T ECTS-and D)RAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheetis and rolls,
Bristol Boards, P'ostal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Peneils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brnshes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograih Albnnis, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabhas, with boxes, .aid a countless
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rlubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mtreilage; Cbess and Back
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Olass Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
IIe will still conduct his BINDERY and
BL ANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISIIMENT, whIch
has been in successful operatioti for over
thirty years in this State, antl to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. IIis stock will be kept up full and
complete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
PtoaE.~ R. STOKES, Main Street,
E1v. 15, 48-tf Opoite Phbanix OfcBee.
DRESSED FLOORING, CEILING, WEA.TH
Dterns of Mouldings made, over 100,000 fei
g1autel-Pieces, Door and'Window Frames, mad(
,Is, Ballusters of Walnut or M,ahogany, on han
ivork made as cheap at this establishment as ca,
)n hand the largest stock of the above,South of
antee will give entire satisfaction to all who wa
The subscribers are the only practieal Mlechal
carrying on the business in the city of Charlest<
State, Georgia, -North Carolina and Florida, as,
NOTICE.-On account of the manner in which1
tion of the ris.k of Breakage of Glass with ord
the roads in this State at HALF RATES, which
L MG HL& O
Mr 12 18-10t-a.- I
I- xP PftID Jj
D ROEST LR0, CRILMe e T.
-1,Bluseso autr ahogny,kr>.
wor ,6,d aS hea Aet thStbihet a
22Z, 225,ft Bdjy
CHA RL EMTN,t S.0.
This Cut entered s icordinf to Act of Congrew
iin t on y e bu i n. H.7 1. in the i ofI-hte I
fioe of the irrin of Corea,at ofWasshitho.
Mar. 2, I73-l-y.
Sa and B'lins ,
Tile WrGards, Terr Ctt
free o application, by gt. -
Door2Sas a Bin Fctry
CHHARLESTON, S. C.
ThIis (t Atr Lacrin o AND o CoLEEA
in trya the r e 183 yi. . in L&CO.i the South
ll of h rmanfco re at h i to in.
Junis5 city. -he ony.hueondadmn
ar and Bleoos inse,op
pSI Fanontret, onlner ofutyri
niahig Address, rizPpFlo
P.e, Mabl Box Sl0. CharletleSC
PiTELce W1EER gns
freo apfirehion, se.
2'rvaisSre,neaevle and Colium-~ ss.
adacr es . po n t am. Soutohipe. t
this houseI ill bek toedsue to hed rd er
of'e th o n ani thiws citescar.
Fortorynand WAproertysoin Stree wiopb
insured inngood rnee nlie opais, i i
P. the owes banking Crtest Our stor
LEDWARD& IIOPLE, Arsent.
Eov. 1 F7. 6,Tresuer
FroiisaeteNwer HETH RAL Wl
tibribs trt, rGne a 3 bum-e
vii naral MbI3 Cu. oftwt,re
nemer gRePAt the II CEI 2,CsofTen
Tnotent proertisementor, nd mqae
hine inhspewill be r1 subec tirsth oderti
ta 5nsfor subsequentll inertons wibe
racntcs eillebe mndadves l the, smxade
a nte we t an rtes.Orsoe
ER BOARDS, &c. Over p0 different pat
t on hand, for sale at New York prices.
to order at short notice. Stair Rail, New
I and made to order. Good and bubstantial
n be made in the United States. We have
the city of Baltimore, all ofwhich we guar
nt good and substantial work.
ics. Sash, Blind and Door Makers, by Trade,
n, and can refer to gentlemen all over. this
to the character of their work for the past
SSELL & CO., Charleston, S. C.
we box up our work, and our own assump
inary handling, our goods are shipped over
is a great saving to the purchaser of our work.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
"The Family Favorite."
Tr H1 E
W1EEDI SEVING MIIN
Is now on Exhibition, ani ready for sale,
MRS. D. MOWER,
For Newberry and Laurens Counties.
I have one of the New Weed Sewing Ma
chines im i:e in my family, and in addition
to the satisfaction it gives my wife and
daughter, I will add my own opinion as a
practicd mechan ic, that for PEP.FECTION of
WORKMANHSIP in build, eise of mnanipula
tion, simplicity of construction and readi
ness of adjustment, it is NOT EXCFLLEn by
amy other sewing macline in the market.
JESSE 11. LORD,
Mechanical Editor of "Scientific American."
Aug. 27, 34-tf.
BUY THE BEST !
The AMERICAN will Last a Lire Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronounced by the best me
chanics the best finished, and made on tha'
best plan, of any machine manufactured.
Will sewv the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
matter how much starch. Never drops
stitches,.runs light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
Inducements to clubs.
LOVELACE & WIIEELER.
Oct. 23 43-tf.
urnee aita........... 2,000,~O
Deposited with State Comptrollers
for S<curity of Policy Holders. .$150,000
W. R. J0onNSTo.................President
WV. S. Hom.T.... ..... ... ...ice-President
h:o. S. OIu:........ ...........Secretary
J. WA. 1lIkus... .... .......General Agent
L. M6:cen GaLn.N, M. D.,...Medical Ex'r
W. JT. ManH.!......... ...Sup't of Agencies
.F. McCA v..................Atuary
NEWBERIRY C. I.. S. C.,
December 19. 1872.
At a metn f oiyIolders, at
ewherry C. H . a Board of Advisory
f'rustees of the COTTON STATES
LIFE INSU R ANCE CO31PANY
vas organized. and the following offi-j
ers elected :.
CHOMAs S. MIOORM.N, - President1
W'M. LjAN(GFORlP. - Vice-President
). L. SC1IsMER, - - Secretary
The Comp:my is in the finest possi
le condition-having $173 to $100)
A Dividend has been declared on
.11 Policies issued prior to January
M. W. ABNEY,
Feb.2~, tf. General Agent.
The undersigned respectfully informs the
'ublic that she is 'now prepared to furnish
Meals-Fish, Oysters, &c.,
Every Day, and at all Hours.
LIso, Bread, Cate.s, Pies, Wigs and Rolls,
Fresh Every Day.
Nv 134 W aE Stmn IT
Drugs X Fancy rtiles.
DR. S. F. FANT,
DUGGIST ,D CIMIS,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C..
All the most approved PATENT MEDI
CINES constantly on hand.
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS and TOILET
ARTICLES, of the choicest character.
MEDICINAL LIQUORS, of purest quali
Prescriptions compounded carefully, at
all hours, day and night.
Mar. 12, '7:-10-tf.
A suie and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by a deranged Liver, such as Jaun
dice, Dyspepsia, Hekrtburn, Fevers,
Nervousness, Impurity of the Blood,
Melancholy, Costiveness, Sick
and all kindred diseases.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Prepared only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, 10-6m. WIIARLOTTE, N. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 13.1 MEETING STREET,
CHARIESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-tf.
Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Com
plaints of Children. ,Cures
And other Diseases, incident to the period
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," now so
widely used, this CORDIAL contains
Or other injurious Drug. It is composed of
the very best materials, a'd should he
found in every Nursery. The best physi
cians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C
W For sale by MOTTE & TARRANT,
Newberry, S. C. .May 3, 18-t f.
BOARD REDUED TO $,A0 PEI DAY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Proprietor of this well known FIRST
CLASS HOTEL would respectfully inform
his many friends and the traveling public
generally, that he has this day RlEDUCED
HIS RATES OF BOARD from $4 per day
to 83 PER DAY, and at the same time
pledges himself to spare no pains in the
management of the house to sustain its re
putation as a first class Hotel in every re
rpect. WM. GORMAN,
July 30, 30-tf. Proprietor.
The Newberry Hotel.
JORDAN P. POOL, Proprietor.
This Hotel has undergone recent repairs,,
and is now more comfortable and well ap
pointed than ever. With a well-kept table,
good rooms, attention to every want, and
obliging servants., the traveligg public will
find it all they can ask for.
In addition there is a first-class bar-room
where the best of wines, liquors and segars
can be had, and also a billiard-room at
The Livery stable belonging to the Hotel
is also well supplied.
FOR YOUR MEALS
meBrakfas.t Gouing Up andi Dinner
Charleston. S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors.
Columbia, S. C.
Robert Joyner, Proprietor.
P. HauniIton Joynler, Clerk.
Of Board, per Day.........300
Supper, Breakfast and Lodging..2 00
Single Meals..................1 00
Sep. 8th, 1869.
-REESE & CARROLL,
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
North of the Pollock House,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attended to with celerity, after the
most approved styles. Nov. 22, 47-tf.
DECOR ATIVE P AINTER,
PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING.
Having provided himself with all the la
test improved ladders and other tools and
implements of his trade, is now prepared to
perform all work in his line of business with
neatness, durability and dispatch.
COUNTRY ,TOBS WILL BE ATTENDED.
By the arrangements which he has com
pleted he will be able to do the several
branches of his trade at the LOWEST POS
Terms Cash on the completion of work. ]
If you want mec anzd don't see moe, inquire
tt H. H. Blease's Tiu and Stove Store.
A Fine German Chromo.
WE SEND AN ELLGANT CHROMO. MONTED
AND READY FOR FRAMING, YHLE
TO EVERY AGENT.
AGENTS WA&NTED FOR
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE,
BY THOS. W. KNOX.
942 Pages Octavo. 130 Fme Engravings.
:elates Incident, and Accidents beyond the
Light of Day; Startling Adventures in all
parts of the World; Mines and Mode of
Working them; Undercurrents of Society;
Gambling and its Horrors; Caverns and their
Mysteries; the Dark Ways of .Wickednes;
Prisons nnd their Secrets; Down in the
Depths of the Sea; Strange Stories of the
Detection of Crime. The book treats of ex
perieuce with brigands; nights in opium dens
and gambling hells; life in prison; Stories of
exiles; adventures among Indians; journes
through Sewers and Catacombs; accidents in
mines; pirates and piracy; tortures of the
inquisition; wonderful burglaries; under
world of the great cities-, etc., etc.
We want agents for this work on which
we give exclusive territory. Agents can
make $100 a week in selling this book. Scud
for cireulars and special terms to agents.
T. B. BURR& HYDE
HARTFORD, CONN., on CHICAGO, IL.
May 21, 20-4m.
ONE OF THE MOST USEFUL
"The Great Industries of
. the United States,"
Containing 1,300 pages and 50o Engravings,
being a complete encyclopedia of arts and
manufactures, in all ages.
A limited number of copies for sale at
THE BOOK STORE.
Jan. 15, 2--:-tf.
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Godey's Lady's Book and a beautiful
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The Aldine, a'Fine Art Journal, and two
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Also, Writing Desks, Portfolios, &c., to
Nov. 27, 48-tf.
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker & Undertaker.
Has on hand and will make to order, Bed
steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas,
Settees, Lounges, &c.
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re
paired on liberal terms.
Has on hand a full supply of Metalle, Ma
hogany and Rosewood Buial Cases.
Cofins made to order at short notice, and
Oct9 40 tf. MARTIN HARRIS.
nFis Metallic iB ial a
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly oa
hand a fullassortment of the abort approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffina
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A He'srse is always on hand and will I
furnished at the rate of $s10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that
no effort on his part will be spared' to render
the utmost satisfaction.
R.'B. C HA2'MAN,
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Dr. 3. D. BRUCE,
In resuming the PRACTICE of hsis PRO
FESSION, tenders his services to the citi
zens of the Town, and can be found at 'all
times within its limits. -
Apr. 23, '73-16-tf.
.OHNSTONE & AARRINGTON,
Attorneys at Law,
(Office on Law Range',)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
George Johnstone. Y, 3. Harrington.
A pr. 2, '73-a-1y.
THOMPSON & JONES,
NEWBER2RY C. II., S. C
(Graduates of tbe Pennsylvania College of
Mar. 19, '73--11-tf.
To Women, Both 'laried and
A pply for relief before you become a con
I have been for years past atteniding strict
ly to the treatment of diseases of Women,
both married and single; and as -the number
of cases continues to increase almost daily I
will pay special attention to those who may
apply to me for help, and may, if I should
get a sufficient number of cases, make it a
There are many women who are taking
medicines recommended for such diseases,
which are worse than useles.e, they palliate
and sometimes seem to give relief, but in
fact they postpone the evil until the disease
assumes the chronic form, and then they ap
ply to the Physician for relief, which can be
given, but not so soon as when taken in the I
Erst or early stage.
I use no quack medicines, I treat diseases
an rational and scientific principles.
P'. 1S. RUFF.
N. B. I practice for cash only and prompt
payments. Mar. 12, 10-tf.
WE are preparedl to grind from one to
ne hundred and fifty boshels Corn per day~
rnd will furnish free transportaior. of their
~rain to and fronm <ar mill for our patrons
ree of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
Music Given Away.
We will order "Pxras' MUSICA. Mowrg
.v" to be sent for one year to any one who
vill send us five subscribers to our paper.
rhink of it! You can ge-t at least Sizty
leantiful Songs, Duets, and Ghoruses, and
roma fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth as
east $410,. by sending us five subscribers to
ur paper Feb. 0, -s,