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THE STOVE VERSUS THE e
Substantial chimneys to two
story houses will require each about
five thousand bricks, and cost,
when completed, sixty dollars each;
whether inside or outside, it is a
mere accident if they answer the t
purpose for which they are built, t
for whois there that has not scorch- c
edl his shin in front of a roasting
fire, while his back was freezing, S
in very cold weather? Ordinary
plantation fire rlaces will consume
weekly a cord of wood, and withal
leave the room as cold as if there
had been no fire kindled. Hourly, a
during cold days, the fire has to be C
replenished, and the hottest part s
of the chimney is its top, for nine
tenths of the heat escapes up the r
flue. The chunks may be drawn r
together, and fresh wood thrown t
on, but all to little purpose half l
the time, for we Southerners are c
proverbially expert in leaving doors Y
open behind us in cold weather. a
Possibly, cheerful fires may have t
partially heated the sitting room,1
for instance; a member of the fam
ily wishes to retire, "only for a
minute;" the minute is prolonged r
to an hour ; the door stands ajar I
all the while, until the draft of fresh I
air chills the room and inmates, I
when on must go a few more logs t
to re-supply the lost heat. This I
policy,so universally practised at the t
South, costs money. I care not if
the wood is burned to get rid of it.
The tree must be felled, the branch
es lopped off, the wood hauled, then
cut again to suit the fire place, and
the fire built; every one of which
acts has to be done by hired help.
True, the farmers say, the land a
had to be cleared, and the farm!i
hands cut and hauled the wood,
and others build the fires when c
they having nothing else to do, &c.,
Against just such fallacious ideas
I am contending. Glearing land
may at a future time be opposed ~
as questionable economy, and sure- a
.ly "hands" that are hired by the
year should never be so idle as to u
have time to do work that costs no-a
But I am asked, what substitute '
have you for the chimney ? ITan-1c
swer, unhesitatingly, the stove.-' C
As the cooking stove has supplantedu
the Dutch oven, so should the heat
ing stove supersede the fireplace inj
most of our rooms.
To-day is cold and icy, the wind
blows briskly from the northeast.
Three hours ago I entered the room
in which I am writing, and for the
first time this Fall, kindled a fire. o
in a stove that an able-bodied man
might carry under his arm, using
three small sticks of oak woodt
twelve inches long, and two small- e
er pieces of dry pine. In fifteen
minutes I had to move off from the:
stove, and to this time the remotest
corner of the room is perfectly corn
Yesterday morning at daylight, a
(2nd November, white frost) with a a
few splinters and a gnarled stick i,
of pine, probably twenty inch~ess
long, and six inches square, I:
kindled a fire in a stove ; at 9 A
M1., three or four small oak sticks a
were added; at 12 M., as many,
more, and again at 4 P. M1.; at 9
P. M1. this room, sixteen by twen- e
ty feet with a ceiling twelve feet'
high, was warm and comfortable,
and had been so throughout the day.
Had either of these experiments o
been tried in a room with a fire-:5
place, I w. ld have written with
cold fingesks, and eaten my meals a
The objection to a stove is trite,
that it dries as well as heats the air of r
a room, and produces headache.
There is science in using a stove
as there is in the use of all imple
ments, and it may be made to re
* supply the very moisture it de
stroys. A tea kettle, sauce pan, a
boiler or any open vessel filleda
with water and placed upon the'
stove will furnish by evaporation ,
the necessary moisture as rapidly1
as needed.-D. WYA TT AIKEN,I
in Rural Carolinian for Decem
.__ _ . _ _ 11
Rhubarb leaves scattered around: k
will 1-il1 and drive away crickets. o
ROTATION.-A judicious a n d
Lreful rotation of crops is absolute
, necessary in maintaining the fer
lity of the soil. This needs no;
monstration, for it is universally
Imitted. But how to rotate to
,cure the greatest advantages, is
ie main question. No specific
in be given to suit every case,
e c a u s e "circumstances alter
tses" very much in regard to this
int. The system that would suc
ed on one farm would utterly fail
2 another, and vice versa. Gov
ned by general principles, the
rmer must decide the matter for
imself. Each crop extracts from
ie soil the elements essential to its
rowth and maturity, and by con
nuous cropping, howeverjudicious
ie rotation may be, the soil will
ventually be exhausted. Hence
ie elements abstracted must be re
irned to the soil in the shape of
rtilizers. This settles one point
-that farmers must keep stock,
ad the nearer they come to keep
ig stock enough to consume what
ieir farms produce, the nearer
iey come to the most improved
The usual rotation is from the
)d-corn, oats or barley, wheat,
ad then grass. In good soil two
rops of wheat can be grown, clo
er being sown on the first, in.the
ring, which will furnish one crop,
nd one to plough under for second
rop of wheat on which grass is
)wn for future meadow or pasture
inds. A prominent agriculturalist
ecommends the following six years'
Dtation : First year, corn, pota
>es, and roots, with ground heavi
F manured; second, oats; third,
lover ploughed in and sowed with
rheat in the fall; then timothy
nd clover sowed on the wheat in
e spring of the year; then let it
e in grass two years.
Other systems of rotation have
eir advantages suited to the sur
Unding circumstances of soil, cli
iate, etc. In wheat districts,
rhere the soil rests on limestone or
laster, a simple rotation of clover
wo years and wheat one is found to
e good, always premising that plen
y of manure is returned to the soil.
How TO ESTIMATE THE PROFITS
F A FARit.-The farmer lives in his
wn house. The use of the house,
hich he does not pay for. is as much
part of 'his income as the money
hich a salaried man pays for rent, is
f his, and should be counted as such
an estimate of the profits of the farw.
dl things produced on the farm and
onsumed on the farmer's table includ
og the vagetables from the garden,
he eggs and milk. used in cooking,
re as much a part of his income as
he monev' paid for such things out of
is salary is of the salaried man. If
farmer gives his wife and children
pleasant ride to town, using his own
ores and wagon the value of their
se is part of his income from his farm,
truly as the money the man pays out
f his salary for carriage hire is of his.
'he correct rule for estimating the in.
oie from a farm is substantially this:
ive credit for evey article produced,
sed, or expended in any way whatever
o matter how small in value, as well as
>r cas received for products sold, and
>rincreased r:dlue of farm property,and
harge against the farm for interest on
ipital invested, and for all expendi
ires. The farmer that will do this
-om year to year, will not so much feel
he complaining of the un profitableness
f farming as compared with other pur
its. The fact is, not one in a
andred farmers take into considera
on the luxury and comforts of fresh
~gs, butter, milk, fruits, etc.,that they
'ould have to pay high prices for if
y lived in towns, or do without
FArrn AS A REMEDIAL AGENT.
he history of medicine is filled with
counts of instances of the snpposed
iscovery of specifies for the cure of
itractable diseases. Many are the
ecifis which at one time and
nother have been extolled as sure
ures of consumption, and their use in
i hands of their discoverers has been
ttended by cases of remarkable cures.
'he discoverer of the supposed spe
ific possessed all confidence in its heal.
ig powers and prescribed it for others,
arnestly assuring them that he, at
ist, had discovered the great remedy
gainst this terrible disease, and that
e could surely cure them. Often
as it happened that thus a few cases
f actual consumption in its first
ages have been inspired with the de
ree of faith sufficient to cure them.
'hen the faue of the medicine spreads;
nd other physicians, having less con
,dence in it, and who, as a matter of
urse, could inspire less faith in
heir patients, have prescribed the
medy. The result has almost in.
ariably been that the remledy failed
effect such cures as it had been re
uted to have produced, and it speed
*y fell into disuse.
(Science of IIealth.
RArs.-To banish rats plant aspho
el near the barn or stable where they
re, or put some in their holes. Rats
ae such an aversion to this plant
hat they will quit the premises where
:is. If they are in drains or in ccl
irs scatter sulphate of iron (copperas)
1 their runs. The copperas should
at be dissolved. It is our best and
eapest disinfectant. The sulphuric
:id burns their feet, and they leave
a short time without dying. This
ill be appreciated by every house
eeper that has to endure the stench
a dead rat.
1874, FALl AND
R. & W. C.
Are now openi!g the largest
-HATS AND GE.TS' F
That can be found in the City.
IN OUR CUSTOM
We have a full line of FOREI
SIMERES and VESTINGS, I
der in the best manner, and gu
All orders will have best att
Goods sent C. 0. D., subject
JOHN C. DIAL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths,
Locks, Hinges. Nails, Brads, White Leads
and Colored Paints, Varnishes, Brushes,
Paint Oils, Glass, Putty, &c.
All goods warranted as represented, and i
prices guaranteed as low as any house in
this city for same quality of goods.
Nov. 4, 44-3m.
Wholesale andI Retail Dealer in
Groceri6s, Wines, Liquors,
CORNER MAI AND TAYLOR STREETS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SERVED IN EVERY STYLE in my Sa
loon in rear of the Store.
Nov. 4, 44-2m.
JOHN C. DIAL,
Direct Importer and Dealer in
HARD WA RE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Has the largest variety of HARDWARE
to be found in the State. Call or send or
ders and be convinced. Prices and quality
of goods guaranteed.
Orders accompanied with cash or satis
factory refererces, -will have prompt atten
tion. Nov. 4, 44-3m.
Successor to G. X. THOMPSON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HATS, CAPS AND L.EATHER,
Traeling Bags & Umbrellas.
CO0L U MB IA, S. C.
Nov. 4, 44--2m.
FALL AND WINTER
ILOTHING~ AND HATS
MENS' FURNiSHING GOODS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
CLOTHI ana eHaT i pet andwl
e kept so through the season;i the lares
HATS HATS HATS
WOOL IN FELT SILK
50c. up to $8.00.
Scarlet Shirts and Drawers
in Silk and Merino.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
New Styles. Fashionable Cut.
Business Suits, $6, $8, $10,
$12, $15, and up to $80,
SHIRTS. SCARFS. GLOVES. BR ACES. SUS
PENDERS, TRUNKS, VALISES. SILK
UMBRIELLAS, and GlNGiIAM, in
great v arietics, LOW IN 1'RICE.
Oct. 21, 42-tf.
JOHN AGN\E & 8ON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Respectfully call the attention of pur
chasers to their stock of
consisting of all the Staple Goods, such as
Iron, Nails, Potware, Carpenters' and Black
smihs' Tools, Carriage Hardware and Ma
terials, Locks, Hinges, Screws and
House Builders' Materials,
POCKET and TABLE CUTLERY
in great variety, and a well assorted stock
Shelf Hardware and House-Fur
Dupont's Celebrated Gun and. Blast
ing Powder, Cucumber Pumps,
GARDNER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
- IN THEIR
wIll be found an extensive assortment of
Staple ar.d Fancy Groceries, Wines and
Liquors, NOT scaPASSEn! FOR VARIF.TY, Qc.tL
ITY AND LOWNEsS OF PIRIcE BY ANY HOUsE IN
TlE CITY. Coffee at retail at 20tc. per lb.,
and upwards. Crushed, Powdered and
Granulated Sugars at 121c. per lb. United
States standard Fire Test Kerosine Oil,
2c. per gallon.
THEIR CIGAR DEPARTMENT
embraces an extensive assortment of Im
ported and Domestic Cigars. Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Ar
ticles in great variety, which will he found
at the sign of the "INDIAN SQUAW," corner
Main and Plain Street, in great variety and
at lowest prices. Their 5c. Cigar is superior
in qality to any other Cigar at same price.
JOHN ACNEW & SON.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 4, 1874. 44
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The CincinnaLi Gazette makes the aston
ishing announcement that Cincinnati beer
is no long& pure, but adulterated with mo
lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
poisonous colchicum. Tbe Commissioner
of Agriculture, in his report for 1565, says
that Prof. Mapes, of Ne.w York, analyzed
the beer from a dozen different breweries,
and found all of it adulterated. Cocculus
Indicus an.1 nux vom3ica entered largely in
io its composition.
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees his beer to be
pure and reliable. He does not adulterate
it, but brews from the best barley, malt and
ope. Feh 4, 5...tf
A, S. C.,
.nmost ele unt and stvlis
GN and DOMESTIC CM
vhicli we are making to o:
to inspection. Sep.30,39-tl
I. H. KINARI
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DFALER IN
iain Street, - Columbia, S. (
Respectfully informs the citizens of Ne
erry avd surrounding country, that I
tock of Goods -is large and various in
ines, and an inspection is asked.
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING
)epartments in the rear of the Store, unt
he Superintendence of Mrs. S. A. Smith,
ady of established taste and experien
re not only handsomely arranged, but r
upplied with every article which ladies c
all for. One of the great conveniences
hat a lady can not only obtain the goc
lesired, but have them cut and made up
his establishment without having to
sewhere. Remember the store next dc
o Columbia Hotel. Nov. 4, 44-6t.
L. GOLDSMITH. P. KiN
IIIX IRON1 Wo
COLUMBIA, S. C.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
6[ and Machinisi
Have always on hand
itationary Steam Engini
and Boilers for Saw
3AW AND GRIST MILI
CASTINGS of every kind in Iron or Bra
We guarantee to furnish Engines a
Soiers of as good quality and power, a
.t as low rates as can be had in the Northt
We mianutacture, also. the GADDY I
'ROVED WATERt WHEEL. which we
'cmmend for power, simplicity of constri
ion,. durability and cheapness.
We warrant our work. and assure prom
tess and dispatch in 11il in orers.GD
Jan. 14, 2-tf. Columnbia, S. C
Ladies, Gentlemen and You
Of Newberry and surrounding country
C. IF. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Jan sho w, and if once shown can sell y'
TIHE LARGEST VARIETY OF
[han ever before exhibited in this mark
His stoek enmbraces
IUFFLING and H[AMBURG EDGIN(
roma 10c. upwards.
RIBBONS, 25c. a yard, worth 500. and
And a variety of other things equally 1
O rsai pomptly attended to.
C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PR'IC.
Oct. 7, 40-tf.
Stot'es, Tin WPare, 6"c.
Thc -mdersigned respectfully informs
riends and the public generally, that hi
repared to supply
hich in quality and price cannot be
And with competent workmen and a
upply of material, to do all kinds of
uci as ROOFING, GU"TTERING, &c.
In the store are all kinds of TIN WA
rom a gill-cup up.
H. H. BLEASE.
OF THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES
Nood and Coal Heating Stoves,
Fire Place Grates,
Stone and Charco;
L AIN. JAPANNED, STAMPE D and PLAi
ISED TIN.WARE. in almost endless
ROOFIN(, GUTTERING, and all kinds
OB WORK, at the lowest prices, out of t
test material, in the best manner and w
nuted to give full satisfaction, by
W. T. WRICHT,
Next door to Dr. W. F. Pratt. on Main
.nd in front of J. B. Martin's Carriage a
Vagon Depository, on Boyce Street.
sep. 23. as-t f.
The Store at present occupied by J.
ash. One of the best business stands
For particulars, apply to
GEO. S. MOWER,
rUnder HzRaLt oftice.
Sep. 2, as-u:
LV.ER P\ -
A mild aperiert ana gentle pu:gative, 1
commended forthe cure o: allli(angn:e
h ""( '"*toach.ler and howe%. thc
timely use nulh .icknes is prevented. T
test of nif,y year have prov'n tieni to
the safest. .ilrest tnl best of all the pi,
ever offtered to the puilie. Thf-y 1 ufy:
b blood, remove all corruption., and re.te
the di-zellsed .ysteml to ierfect lwalth.
an Antidote to Chills and Fever tlwy have i
equal. For Sick Headache and Biliors Col
they are a sure cure. For Constipation, Rhe
matism, Piles, palpitation of the Hcnrt. Pa
in the Side, Back and Loins, Nervousness.
por-itive reiley. For Female Irregularitie
3 without a rival. When one oe not -t
very well." a ,.ingrlo dose lp tie
inach .n. bowr*,:!. reit 4e Ibe: .1 le. :t
imparts vigor ti the sy.-:emn "ol I ever
where. Oflice. Is .Muiray :treet. N%e w. Yor
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dyne
Is ea:,i applied. imparts a bvau:iful bla(
or brown,.andlw-t ikVmg .-..l'it
the world. Sohil .y all r .Pric
S1.00 a box.
- The ghastly record of deathsthat re-slt rro
is pulmonary atfections is frightful. Ther'
IL1 no disease that is so insidu11ous in it., tl:t
as consumption. bl the neglect o( ".1lig
colds" theyN. soon becoie deep e'ated al
defy remedies which, if applied at the 01
set, would have averted all danger. 1:
er Tutt's Expectorant has proven itselfthe m
a valuable Lung ila-sm ever discovered.
distinguished clergyman of New Yor!k, pi
re nounces it the "greatest ble.4sinn ofthe ni
an teenth century." an,l says "-no fatnily siou
ibe without it." It is plea:ant to the tasl
and a single (lose will often remove the iic
m obstinate cogh. lli1fce, la lurnay tre
o New York. Apr. s-ly
- SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUN
s pronouinced by Dr. C .. Simtlnt., w:
was the lortlier proprietor of siinoi
Liver Regulator, as being far superior
any Liver Medicine now offered tle p::l
It has a largeo circulation and is st ill gaini
ground. Although thifis a neVW e.
tion we unhesitatingiy say we can p)rodu
as good certiftietes from as good nen
oarland can furnish.
This Medicine is noW for SIe at 1tuitif:
turers rates by
DR. W. F. PRATT,
Sole Agent for this place
E. L. KING & SONS,
MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETOI
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Feb. 2., S-ly.
s SPECIFIC MEDICINES.
DR. OREENIS FiT CURE.
The Great Remedy for EpilepS
Fits, Spasms, Convulsions. a.11nd Nervo
W~akfulness, acts promtlyl3, often1 arre'.sti
the Fits from the first day-e utse, even whc
thev have existed for years.
COMPOUN~D E. 00Rfl)LI
The Great Vegetable Alterative(
"Scrofula, Secondary Syphlalis,. Erupt 1ions
the Skin, and all d.ieaes' aritug fron 1
'A Sovereigni Balm for ( oughs. Colds. Bre
re* chitis, A,,tlma, and1 all disease ot thea
Ie pas.sage's andi Lungs. Ity its tinly u.
many supposed eases (of Consumni in
pt- p)romtptl.y relieved and the Lttngs testor
-NEUR ALGI ASP ECIFC s
for the exeruciat ing palins ofi Neu r:dy
Rthemnatisma andI Sciatica.
For sale by Dr. S. F. FANT, New'ocrry, S.
Preparedl only by
DRS. GREEN, LINDLEY & BENTLEY,
DeeI"1.-!y CHARLOTTE, N
DR. H. BAER,
N WHOLESALE AND) RETAIL
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
May :3, 18-tf.
Gil EVERY LADY_SHOULD TAKE lI,
The Cheapest apd Best in the World.
POSTAGE PRtE-PAII) oN ALL. Sue'nttTto:
This popular Motithly .\hagazinie gis
more for the money than any ill the wler
fotr 1575, it wilt be great ly unlprov'ed.
C. wil! cotain One Thousand 'Page's. k'ourte
Splendid Steel Plates. Twelve Colored It
,lilt Patterns. Tw'~elve Manlnoth Colot
Fashions. Nine llundlred Wood Cults. TwI
5. ty-Four Pages of Music. All this will
n iven for only TWO DOLL.\RS a year, pc
-age prepai ytePbihr radl
less thani \agazines of the class of "Pet
THRTT.LING TALES AND NOVELETTE!
Are the best publishedl anywhere. All t
most popular writer's are emiploy_ed to wr
originally for "Peterson o' In 157. in ad
t ionl to the usuaIl quantity of shoert storia
FIVE ORtIGINAL COPYI:IGII'T NU"VE
ETT~E will he given, by Mrs. Ann S. S
p hens. Franik Lee Benedict. Jane G. Aust
I arietta 110110ey andI Daisy Ventnor.
MiMMOTH COLORED FASHION PLAT:
Ahead of all others. These plates are<
g raved on steel, Twvicl' THEI U:SIAL stz:. a
tire tunequnalledl for beauty. The'. will
superbly colored. Also, Houllsehold a1
other receipts; in short, everything it<
esting to ladies.
SU'PERUT PREMIUM\ ENGRAVING
hi Tc,everv personi gettinhg uip eithier (o1.t
is lollowing clubs for 1575 will be senlt gralt is
coepy of our new and splendid mIezot int,
Ifraitnig. (size 21 int'ce by 2e) "W;ehn,
Iton's First Interview With hlis Wife." l
iS a FlvE DoL.LAR ENGRiAVING, and the i
desirable premniutn ever otYeredl. For har
clubs. as will be seen below,.an extra (eO
r- of the Magazine will be sent in addeitioni.
ol TERMS (Always in Advance) $2 00 A YEA
P'OSTAGE PRIE-P'AID tY THlE P'UlLiilER.
jthe Club. with a colPy
2l Copies for 6:I.ib Ithe superl2h.ml u..tii.
:1 '' '- l.r lute'rview W it i h I
RI' I ~Wife. tot hepersonlg
11ilg uip thle Clubh.
Copesf(t' lQf( P IosTAei: P::l:-PA' t>p
0 Cpie fo $1.00the Ciob, wit h het Ih
I ~ extra copy of t he Mai
9 ". " i.00) zine andi the superbmi
W ife." to tIhe plIeOnIg
ting tip the Club.
SGpe ilARLES J.~ PET~E.i:N,
30; Chest nut St.. P'hiladelllia, Pa1
I. Harness, Collars,
e WXe arc now'.clfer:ag
New 3McClellan Saddles, from f.. to
Ilarness, froni $1 to $0
t-' Collars, Hog Sin, at 7 5c. to .! .25 ca;
iPlow Bridles at gl p 1r do!cln.
Finle >onnnelirsetts anld Sht; toe S;-ad
-- madie too order.
Give us a call. We m;auifetur', lhe
CIIAPEAUJ & HlEFFRO,
GS 3IEETING STRiET,
CHnAntLEATON, S. C.
in f- 1 J S*ki 1fornia
- . 1w tilt! lo.ei
-~. - --iy a
, Lc t.:rzw ted
- a T .,
A R H. IcDONALD Q CO..
0- Dpua & Ge-n. Agt, San Francieco. Califor
uia, & cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts.,N.Y
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
A 1'. 9 .4 -1 -1i.
The mvn:-I-A ried. having, ez:al;ished
latnal a1 Labor 0Olice in th town of Ne'
berrv, S. C., nill buy andi s l at: nd, or 1;
it:iate sale for lalids. Also provide I
0or.r to wo;i for wages or to work f,
.art of tie crop, or to rert L.nds.
lI , wil, no prcm-t hom.-i t1r inm
Lrants, and will co-op-rate wi:h the rec:nl
Co establis ;d imimgrat,ion agonc.cs 1r1
J; j. it . H oilman is emloyed to Iss
.e n t - n:aagenen 0o thi. ollice, and1- Rv
a . II W. Kuh11s at C. G. .itg: , Esq.. la
eo tcnled to attedil to the intIrprlWeLti
an, l ' i- pn-lelic-' 1. if. 11 :r
Apr. 15, 15-(f.
(In stire formerly occnpied by Webb, Jor
Satddles, Bridles, Hlarness, &c., ma:le a
Hi.ka bought and exchanged for good:
Orders promptly filled.
A share of puhii mitronage- is reSpe
re fu'.y solicited.
J. N. BASS.
S!Nov. 4, 4i4-tf.
SA Representativ3 and Chatmpion of Americ
S"- PROSPECTUS FOR 1875-EGHTH YEARi
THlE AlRT .JOfiNAL OF AIEiliCA
WII gUED .\ONTilLY.
Ac - giten Cotnctption, wondlitii
LtI carried Iout.
TheC neces.riity of1 a lu>plarnl i: dni 'r.i
-ati rti its, hai l waysii been it rcot-:
and manyIld attit hav be in:Cle t E i
bThe wantic The : iucc ioi filturei hi ch
.r1 ve'the indi.L 1100erencel .i. o' the :l
tiieie toLtli ii o i:~ta can 0
u-- a E pri- L ppE i; no isah h.-I wtt:li
aIyto n a-1ei.i tZit w etil e hei n the a lbie b f
ne i-lled wih nhaian t iksu
wl.Eeri: lia lh-T!for -1.01 wilrecr
ibe dA LwINE, wh('ilet ildi a ll i
e Ilaity. ha lne o fc ter tl.ra ry S
tiin ! Cjtit rtllE LII 1. ioanlri .t IS Crin:1a
tpilue ir , ad l raeflit er oalture :id
colectio of pcue.ierrs pc
batofTIl E A LINE Ail beNiON.tap
ilr. ThefOl WA p ile ori : iiomlet rifal T
c:a A iN tuilet e tQ .~ h e ilitil i f I tline pai
a: n rvn ing-ailtint ' any oti sae orn nu
. )he at vo $,U lun '- for ltenli( : s isoo s ;
' ithn . fll. is the troto f ie s n
ThlentO inal f-taf TlE I.\Ll E. nuisi
R.bii tar inl nonrro Ful. pariulart
tOielivi.truricani. l itlilntion TE AdoEs
ntie arht. It ie noilon ait tolit' t :.ite
bro: einippeciatie at.l A:L:.e :nE,t
.~ will EiALri Ncil.aerteolngr. beni ot int
ie tonleritbrp l. Ther.whiewillin bert
es patrolns or T1ilE rate D'N,ash :t iirh
d LeiSt i. t be prodt on fthe iibno t
I tt Ar.-ian t a ticts lalent1m ll0S . awityh
en givenspoaiinsens totni for1~leign eapte
ter-gn t.subtier a.ill te ptJlsr aUn
- 1d h ltu ti obtainleSt from rt*t hom eo iori .
be Tpieii- i fintuttio f Amerliii n t e
at ev.orgialwiTilE A LDIN. is IanYi
ar oItntfaue MaDn its : maNiient a
Oact.ry treainfto. etistancnb
ford ler lanyinferio page.X Th liat
ofTHEA LIN' islalihtN and racfu ::
voll~~inpnhnen ,w thy fteatitc
uA dint hLinte.iteee ith Dolle popla Aini
est. o. theIwork.
FO YOUtMDIFR MEALS
er td mmbr,an etitled to adth i'~
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P,1;oix otv.e, on "L.:n streer, a completi
6TA IONE AM .
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Fhut P 1:en, o . !"!m.1.9-d
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RSTCLES,nS W RK
c- EOiR SPECIALT2.
- t 2 -.pl). -7 'LX'2" 11C
- 'Nos. 3 Broad Street and 109 E:ast Bay Street,
ICHARLESTON, S. C.
FIRST-CL Ass WORK
WEI.: 'Tn1N2-I 'a w ' . 1.'ri
Piries Paper a Ed m.
j'dding an.d .Qail Zhviti
II.LATEST STYL '.
2);d(37".71 .- . -
II:I onim7alwilmC o
r :22) o be te;::
". - Inhn a ei up l o ie:ie
h ge jj40 tr I'.I ' .R A I
r '2' 2: ' O :
. AI 2i:us it fl b .ns . :. .'2 . u
s cribe"r regee:i l a..'I for 22cminat
no2 ' dort on hi p r wil e:p ' t ." o ren'2
Newberr -. C., July .!
aving1~"' ju t'tu2rned from12 ihe Northet
eS,22 and)2 the. 13 ton:d1' Photographb-:') Pl
:o do good work :hian ever.' 2'efore, by 2
iE (1v12ata:es of the late51t 2222pro0vemen:1 2, a:
\iy s tock is' ,a:.e than ever, anId amo212
w.1'..hich a1re, a1 fine 'ot of
U Abums, Fancy
Picture Paper Weights, &
-' I am22 prepared'2 to0 take
Copying and Enlarging Old Picture
Cai ( n ohi!' the0 pretty ' weat2heri t:
n,2 2'embe :ba.t del1ay' are dai:gerous, and <
:2o) lI 21 it off.
-' A prool is ah-:a.Vys furi2ShedI for' n.epecCth
-~ heC2ore the picture ispitd
2I The sulreSt way2'. is to coni.c' 2. nL::ee a'
et~ pi1ctures at2 the N-'w.berry Gale'ry. of t
"'ver ready Photogrcpher,
W. H. WISEMAN.
O c t. S, 47.-tIf.
COLUMBIA, S. C
) .sitors t th city are rep2etfulle
*2vi 1d1t v i y room1., wher e.m.2 b .2 2'2SI
spci en o icurs n lstyle orthe 2 as
A.2~ : t 2 M.. 2 2E .
THOMPSON & JONES.
E1! W3ERRY C. zi., S. C.
Grad')'ua'te2s ofD the 'viv7~~1.~a College
AS A SPEOIA
AT THE ST.
TOT L LIDT EXIUIBIT
Tf VARIETY OF N
AT TIE Sl
v your orders ais -ue t(
Hiil" AWt I.'ad 11nL the'.s
For Churches, Parl(
Oni Ih 1st of October next.
MAN UFACTORY OF SH
Mded of the best mater
ch:ua~s. Granges and ( lubs,
TU( . Yori en jf X'UU
HELER & WILSON
p thout Doubt i.Ce Bes
- ~1 e CClly
I T W1L'SN has bee
wereVcl :>,90 mQ~ ore tha
I ' O AU u;;Ista Uie, for 137:
Fo . on i-'S TIME or MONTHL
SI1N!.LMENTs Old(V M.rebines of a
ki- e; i 'red1 atl wa rr:iated. Stitchin
J. W. L. ARTHUR,
Ag'ent for Newberry.
O~lli e in W., T. Tarrant's Store.
yMar. I1, 10-ti.
"The Family Favorite."
1 *.e 1n *'.hibitioan, ami ready for sale
METTS. D. MOW~ER,
L. For N.:wbe'rry and Laure::s Counties.
I L eone of the New Weed Sewing M.:
ch :wsn:u- in my famnily, and in ad.litioi
I to the -atiSdaction: it givaes my wife an
', daught'r, I wili add myv own opinion as
pract l m'chanie., tht for PERFEcrION O
W,oalt.tsme in ouild, eise of mnipula
o.e.to, -imap;icity ot cons-truction and readi
joa a: :' : ljI.-I:mentt, it i4 NOT EXCEI.I ' b
anyote sen'aing machine in the~ market.
JESSIE H. L.ORD,
Mech .ia Editor of "Scientific Azmerican.
70? YOIIAN MEN.
m:Io :-\0:e aI un
*:r . - n-C:p!.y.N iv s I -i
I -' le'rnni .la ri.. e :al enra
n-ly . n.F m.VEpi . .. and ''oI Men
I:N!rcaactyke........By. ~ ~(V' (l. M a'
12T 3 . ~ 'ai 1 1 CiC W E L V i.. . L a'.-rl of t h
- a a! . , Ve . .1 !
x-: on t : 'he .awu 'oneq ene: ofitV.'
en.. a n:y b ei e; a.. rem ve wI a1( ixh
e:d UN -.'-:uaie . ins tant ' 1i:: ,
or e :, : E :m a a a )0 : 1 re:
a -I..Ir h a in !'e a ai on m :'
- - 6:m.a)t'ou':iaas
.= a! reep f-s et.o w
(I.\a. J. C. KJ.TNE & (0.
I a Ro.:y, New. York.
- ee a , :G Ju.ly i-,, --_ y y
4 a (.arleston. S C
c;. ~. ALFQiD & CQ., 1~rQprie~ors
mU 1, S. C,
ING THE LARGEST AND
WORK TONE OX THE
T AT NEWBERRY,
10 Al VIENNA,
imation of the People, South,
t. and in Europe.
>rs, &c., kept for sale.
we will onen A SOUTHERN
ial will be furnished to Mer
att NEw Yonx WXHoLESAL~E
want an easy wearing and ngp
rer for THE PALMETTO
>OR & COZBY,
1 Au-ents for South Carolina.
Street, Columnbia, S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
(GEO. S. HACKER'S
Door, Sash and Blind Factory,
KING. OPPOSITE CANNON STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
o Owld an managedl by a Caroliity
A Large Stock aways onhand, and sld atM2
per cent.-less than Northern pries.
P.. ~oxU0. GhxEtOn.e
Jan. 21, 104-3-ly.
Turbine Water Wheel,
POOLE & HUNT, Baltimor
Manufacturers for the South and SouthWes
Nearly 7,iO now in use, workignd
21 sizes, from 5l to 96 incheS
The nost poweru Weeli h
Large 1LL.STn:ATED Pam phlet sent potr
MANU:FACTURERS, ALSo, OF
f ortaie an ttonr a Steam EngfeS
olr EbaSt ' Crshr for fine~S
SEN~D FOR CIECULAES.
Sep. 10, 37-6mi
Excellent in Qualit$
MRS. D. MOWER'S,
Whjere can be foun d Dress Goods, FanT
IGoods, Ladies Suits, Noin, of all kinds
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the EAW
Office is the plaec
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attenltion
Ap. , 3-l