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POTATOES DOEM PAY.
EDITOR oF THE RURAL GARO
LIAN: I have just read an article
in your valuable monthly headed
"Taters Don't Pay, or Cyphering
on the Farm," which has induced
me to give your readers an account
of an experiment made by me on
one acre of potatoes last year.
The figures are as follows:
s busheli Seed at 5 cents......... 4 o
Cultivating tw.................... o
Digging and storing........ .. . 50
75 bushelS Cot-on 'eed at 15 eent... 11 25
1 Sack Cottcn For-d G-tt.-o ....... 6
Putting ouL Far z.:r............. 501
Putt.ing o.t Cotton S.?a0 ... ...... I ou
Total cost...............$38 25
175 ,ushe!s Po.toc :&a 75 cent-. %Q*31 25
Deduct cost of makin%.......... .S 25
Clear rrofi:. ........... $93 00
An acre of potatoes cannot be
cultivated for less than he!re esti
mated, and the above figures give
the correct amount which it cost
to make the 175 bushe's potatoes,
and I think that, with good seasons,
I would have made 200 bushels on
the acre. Now if any of your
readers think that potatoes don't
pay it is because they don't try to
make them pay.-H, P. G., In the
HOW TO RArsE GonoO CHEAP
LY.-Last year I tried one acre of
light red land, originally rieb.
which had been in oats the- previous
year. A heavy coat of grass was
turned under in February, with a
two-horse plough. It lay thus till
the first of May, when it was bed
ded and planted in the usual way,
selected seed being used. It never
lacked working when neded, but
suffered from drought in August.
At the last working, in June, two
shallow furrows were run, six inches
from the cotton, and one bag of
Stono Phosphate to the acre put
in them. I sum up as follows:
Brakn up.... ............-.--.8 So
Seed an~d Planting;................ 1 (0
rloughing three times, at 50 cents 7 S
Hoin three tim;es, at 75 cons.... a2
One bag of Stonin................ 0 00
Putting in Fertiliz-'r............. 5
Rent of Land............ ....... 3 a)
Picks::g 560 pounids, at75 eea:s..- . 4 20
150 pounds Liat, at 15 cen's... $27 ('
Deduct cost of' makirg.......... 21 45
An acre of cotton cannaE be cul
tivated for less than here estimated,
and the ph.nter must superintend
the work, or work himself, for his
food and clothing ! The cost of
cotton, then, is just in proportion
to what can be raiised per acre;
and from tA0 to 1,000 peunds will
not be f,r from an average of seed
co . o raise cotton ehearly,
we est maike an acre prod.uce a
great deal :mre.-1[. WI LSOiN,
In the Rural Carolinian.
P E a :.; A N 1: N T WH1ITEwASU.
With tle return of spring comes
the usual ir quiry for a oo hie
wash. Take half a !.ashel of un
slacked lime. sinek it with b'oiling
water,eo~vermug it durir~ g the process
to keep in~ the steam ; strain the
liquid through a fine sie ve or strain
er, and ai to it a peek of salt pre
vious!v well di-Ssolved in water.;
three po4ud5 ground riee boiled
to a thin paste, and stirredm inl bo11
ing hot ; half pound of Spanish
whiting, and a pound of elean glue
which has been previously dissolv
d by soakingr it tirst, and then
hanging over a slow fire in a sall
kettle inside a large one filled with
water ; add five gallon~s of hot wa
te:r to the mi!xture, stir~ it well, and
let it stand a few days covered1
frm the dirt. LIt shoutld be p
on quite hot -for thi> purpo~se it
can be keint in a kettle ona
furnece. A pint of this mi:xture
will cover a gard square of the
outs de of a house, it appdi.ed with
a large paint-brush.
POTnTO SA.A.-Cut a dozen.
cold boiled p)otatoes in thinl slices
and mix thzemi thoroughly with a
little onion chopped very fmne, a
teaspoonlful of salad (il or melted
butter, achopped apple, a bit of
parsley and half a gill of vinegar.
Tfhis makes a rdee relish for' tea or
SnVING ORAN4..-See that they
:T gitt elezn. Take a sharp knife
and divide the skin quite through to
':e piulp from the '.' w end. nearly to
;he te, und.. .par:tting it into four
or sa.. r cidt mets. L>sen these
up from thl bhw erid ner-,rly i the
s:- vnd, ing t s, 0 tandiI:g
aroundk t*!-e b--rry likA a cvyx around
a flower, and serve themi on plates or
p1Ai-d up i;i ghs dishcs. When eat
i t ti, guUt sep:rat& the berry
f;o,, the <!in aid :livid! it int. seg
men.ti bv the natural partiin. This
is the neatest way. ::s it .;:tvts all the
inice. Otherwiso it mav be eit across
in round slices wth a Ahar. knife.
-.wo JELLY CAK:.-Pour thrce
eups of boiling w:ter on ci eip of
sao; let it stand two minutes ; add
three cups of finely chopped tart ap
ples. the juice of one !arge lemon. one
cup of stoued raisins, and oue gill of
sugar. Mix thoroughly and dip one
inch thick in deep patty pans, or bis
cuit pans. Bake in a moderate oven
one hour or less, but do not brown.
Let thew stand till very cold, then
put on plates and serve for supper.
This can alsu be baked in a puddii-g
dish and taken out in slices when cold.
PFAR L BAU:Y PU DuING.-Boil or
steam One pint of pearl barley in two Ir
quarts of water. Cover Close and cook
four or tive hvurs. or until very soit.
T to thr.:e irts of this barley, add ei
one quart of chopped apple and one I
nit of stewed raisins, or raisins and
currants the juice of three lemons and W
one-liaf pout of su_-,r. Mix evenly and
bake in an earth:n nuddi g dish one
and a half h.mts. Serve warm or cold. R
This will anpiv serve two persons.
3AIZ: PUDDIN G.-To two cups of
cold boiled houiny, acd three cups
chopped apple, the juice of two sulall
lemons. one-third of a cup of sugar
and two-thirds of a cup of Zante cur- s
rants. Mix very thoroughly, being tc
sure not to have any lumps of cold
houiny. Bake one hour or more in
a moderate oven, or until of a light
brown. Serve cold. Good for lunches.
[Se;ence of Health.
PJCKED ('ABBAGE.-Take five
heads of red cabbage-heads rather a
below medium size-tear off all the
loose caves and crop the rest fine.- A
Add aho a peek of peppers chopped
fine. after cutting open and clearing of
seeds and stems; about a peck of large,
smooth,. gres tomatoes. slieed about g
half an inch thick; one-fourth pound c,
each ot ground cloves and cinnamon; ti
half a pint of whole mustard seed, and a I
stuall teaeupjfui of salt. The cabbage.
peppers, salt and spices wix intimate
ly and then put in jars or a tub-first a
thin layer of cabbage, etc., and then one
of tomatoes, and thus alternately, top
ping off with thc cabbage and peppers.
Over the whole pour boiling hot eider
vlegarsuliif:ienlt to thoroughZliy saturate
the same and let it stand een with theL
top of the p;ickle. (Cover tigh t and leave
to stand till cool, then set aiway. It is
fit to eat in two days.
OYrTER Sot r.-Take three quarts
of oysters, and strain the liquor
from them. Put the liquor on to
boil with half a pint of chopped
celery, one onion, two or three
blades of mace, pepper and salt. a
When it boils, add the oysters.
Just before taking it off, the thick
enin g must be added, viz., onej
spoonful of flour creamed into the
well-beaten yolks of three eggs.
Pour a little of the hot soup grad
ually upon the eggs and flour, stir
ring all the while, and as soon as :
well mixed, with a little cream, c
pour into the soup. Then add d
one qjuart of rich unskimmed milk;e
let :all come to a boil and pour in
to a tureen over sonic small squares
of cold bread. Serve it very hot.
To 31AKE hAIR U R L.-The
method employed by professional
worker. in hair is as follows: e
the- hair to be cur-led, wrap it
smoothly around a cvlindrical stiek n<
r troe ot proper size, tje it in p
pace, then put it in water and boil
it two or three hours, remove it
from the boiler, wrap it carefully _
in a newspaper and bake it in a
moerate oven for an hour. Thus
tr.-td. :t wdl star in curl perma- o
To 31ss CriNAwAs.-Take a P
very thick solution cf gum-arable,
and stir it into p'.aster of Paris un
til the m;ixture is of a proper a
cn sist eneyv. Apply it with a brush I
to the fract ured edges of the china
ware and stick them together. In B:
a few days it will be impossible to
break the article in the saime place.
The whiteness of the ce-mr-lit ren
'ders it doubly valuable.
FOn KEErING 1T)r.t SwEEr-- et
ake of ground mustard seed four aun
er :nd. r,ut into the elder. After let tiuae A
it stand two or three days rack it off 1
throgh a hole the size oIf a gimiet
then wash the barrel clean and smoke
it well w.ith brimstone ; put the eider
in and stop it up air tight.
OYST:R SAtcE.--Take fifty ovsters, wi
rinse, and put them in a stew-pan with d
one uill of cream. As soon as they be
com hot, stir in one ounce of butter.
m iixd to a paste with a little fiour._
This is a delightful sauce to eat with
boiled turkey er fine fat young pullets,
in which ease the fowls should also be:
estae wih ovsers and hread-crambs.;
rarches, Clrchs, Jewelry.
ILVER AND PLATED WARE
&c., &c., &c.
Ilaving just remodelled and newly fitted
> my store, I would ask the public to give
e a call, as my
ltock is Now the Largesi
rer offered In tiis ;art:uf the Statt, ai
PRICES AS LOW
t can 'e found in the !onth.
PV goods are bought diiet from the
atufact-ners, and, cons-e(uently, can be
0d as cheap a. any othel House in til
Ali AneieariGold a..d Siiver Watchei
ld at Mavufacturers' Catalote prices.
I keep a large:stoc1 ol
Spectacles and Eye
t in Gold, S;cel, Rubber and Shell Frameis
suit all age, from the best Manufactu
rs in the United States.
A large stock of
irth-day and Bridal Present
Engagement Rings, &e.
In my Establishment Gold Is sod
)r Gold, and Brass Is sold for Brass
All goods sold warranted as represented
ad my customers may rely upon gettinj
hat they bargain for.
LL KINDS Ot WATCH, CLOCK ANI
EWELRY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Orders by Mail or Extpress, for work o
oods, will receive prompt attention.
Goods sent 0. 0. DJ. to all parts of th<
>untry, with the privilege of examninhi,
efore paying for them.:
air Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
IOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Ot. 14, 41-tf.
A. B. MORRISON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Un.ing permnieinl los.ted in Newber
,I respectfully inform the eiti:ens of th
>za anid surrounding country, that I an
repared to execute all orders which ma:
e entrusted to me in my line. My lon;
perience as a Merchiant Tailor, makes mn
ntident that I will give entire satisfaction
ad all I ask is a fair ti la!. Cutting in th<
test style, andI all work done ina thne neat
Place of business over Capt. J. F. speck'
Cleaning and Repairing done promptly
Sep. :3m, :'-4m.
Notice to Orphans !
Notce is ierehy givenm, in confrrmit.
ith an ord~er ol the Executive Commnitte
Sthe reenwood Card Fmi-:ory Commp:my
r ecting a distribution of d.he hinds oft sait
ompnyin amiong the minor childiren of sol
ers dlo were killed or died dluring the
ar. that claimnants make immnediate app1
.J. R1. TARRANT, Treasurer,
.Jan. So, ::-tf. Greenwood, S. C.
;- imPapers in the Stat.. wilir.; to ah
.e orphans, wiU lease i::sert the abovt
ytice free of ch:r~,e.
Ichrb iv notice taI nIlm e
ral etleneiet on the Estate of ,James; L
omer, deceased, before llis Honor, Jameic
Leahy, .T:dge ofi Probate for Nesb,erry
iWensay, the %th day cf Febr:tary
,x, ad that after such said final settle
et that I will apply to s3l.T uJe of
-oatedt for letters dismissory as the Ad
n:s:tr~ax of the Estate orf the said J.ir:es
Jn. 2.), G-St. As Admi'x , &c.
AO- -old at ext reiely low price-. and
onieasie"t termi kno.wn. lt-sitnsild
a-ties in any pairt oft 1e southi suipied on
trsat -ai pin. octave.ini elegant cais,
nlv' $:'5. "uaranteed pertee-t, durab!e. andW
e'best everi sol in the U. S., tor the tuon
)GAN . We sell only the celebrated
M.ASoN & H1 .ii-costint f roum $55 to
.$At eachi-thne best and the cheapest
-ices se as5 at fact ry. so:dt by monthm y
vments. cr delivered free of charge to
h buyers anywhecre in the south. Caita
HATEVER is~ wanted in thne musical
line, we can su1pply at lowest r-e'
It in shol't ti.
NY pi.ee of Mut:s'e or Music Rook p'i
lhted in thle I. S., maniledi. poist-paid,
r(eipt of nrie.
OtIN'. nuitars. Flutes. Accordeons.
Corets. Dru'ms.Strings. Tntintt Forks.
an thng in this line. sent by express ttJ
y pat o th. Soth.Try us.
ins. LUDDEN & BATES,
ch. 1. ... Savannah, Ga.
Tie undeened will mike a fin-nl setti
f:o th.E::e of JTohni Kiniard, deceas
in he ottice of the Judge of Probate
-Neberry County, on Wednesday, the
th m dar~ of March next, and will at the
neie aply for letters dismissorv as
t1ninitaror of the Estate of said deceas
. J.OHIN D. \\EDAMAYN,
Admr. of F tate of John Kinard, dee'd.
Newbery C. HI., mt. G., Jan. :', 1S75.
Havg made csettl-nnt on the Estates
Josephine E. r.nd Miry V. Buzha,dt, I
11 appy for final discharge on the 2ith
y of February, 1875.
January 25, 17-4-3t.
Charleston, S C
j T. aLFoRn & Co. Pmnrietara
R. & W. 0. E
Are now opeiiii!g the largest.
11ATS AND GETS' Fl
That can be found in the City.
IN OUR CUSTOM.:
We have a full line of FOREI(
SIMERES and VESTINGS, w
der in the best manner, and gu.
All orders will have best atte
Goods sent C. 0. D., subject t
Newberry to the Rescue! A
NOT OF LOUISIANA,
BI- T OF
C. F. JACKSON,
At No. 128 Main St.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
m ho, dketermined to tu,tatin his establish
"The Leader of Low Prices," di
Ihs reduced hik large :till Nsel -w',luel
stock of DRESS GO)S. KNIT'ED WOOL
LEN GOODS. LAIE' AND GENT' a
SHAWLS, CASSIX1MElt.JEAN.&e., s
To Prices which Cannot be Surpassed,
And he asks
ALL IN NEED OF ANYTHINS
to b- found inLa r. eiass 11r; Goodmllotul-,W.
to aid hi:n ti his deiernunaton. 6'
To be convinved thate reti n i- genl- L
uinie give m it cail, or -1I your srhrs
Where they, w%ill rece(iro- promwpt attn -li til
and -e:ur n1y101f.
Don't Forget No. 128 Main
Street, Columbia, S. C.
Jan. 20, 3-*1'.
JOHN C. DL I Z'1
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1ocKs, i[;i,s. Naifl, Brad-, Wlite Lads
a1nd Colored Paints, VaruiAihe;, en,
Paint 0*,',, Glass, putty, &,-.
Al ot)d warrantied as represented, and
prices 11larateed :!S lok ao :":v hiuse ill
this city for same quality of goods.
Nov. 4, 44-3ml. di
FALL AND WINTER
SL NG AND HAT
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS,
KINARD & WILEY,
it eetfully anno unce that t heir 5to(k oft
CLOTH Ist I.andi HATS ., eo:nit(t, ii < wil
be kept -o through the season; is the larg
in the city,. and will be sold at LOWE:sT
HATS HATS HATS
WOOL IN FEILT '.1LK I
50c, up to $8,00.
Scarlet Shirts and Drawers
in Sik andi Mernu.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
New styles. Fashionable (;l.
Business Suits, $6, $8, $0
$12, S15, and up to $80.
S M!W.T$, SCARFS. G.LOVES R .IRACES, SUS
PEND)ERP, TVRUNK.". V~AI." -I LKi
UMBI3ELLAS, and Gl\NGIIAM, i
great varieties. LOW IN PRIC(E.
Oct. U1 42-tIf
Direct Importer andi Deler in
H ARD WA RE
COLUMBIA, S. C..
Has the largest variety of HARDWARm
to be found in the State. Gall or setid or-I
ders and be convinced. P'ries and quiality
oh goods guaraneedu.
Orders accom paned with cash or ai
factory referenes, will haive prompt utnen
uoun. Nov. ,, 44-3m.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The Cincinntuati Gizette makes th*s n
ishing anniouncen:ent that 'incTin:ai beerI
is no longer pure, but adul:erated with moo
lasses, augar of stareb, fusel oil and the.
poistous colehicumn. The Commissioner
of Agrienia:re, ins hi report for 18Ss5. says
that P'rof. Mape's, of New York, atialy zed
the beer froms a dlozeni different breneries,
and fo:mad all of it adr:hecrated. ('ue:s:hi::
ndin an. nux vomiuca entered largly ini
.( C.- SEEEl:S guoarantees i.i-s Leer to bet
pure and1 re liable. lIe does not adtirate'
i' , h tic- br e :im ti'e best b urley, tuub at.!
JOHN C. DIAL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1:1 a- ful l stuck of Ii!! Ma'rbl
Carpii nt.i't.-r-, Ilacksm:xiths', Ma-ons' au-l T:u.
Order. ' Ah the e3Sh, or *:.- eto: r
feenes p: :'!v attended to.
PIRIX IRON WORK
CIOLUMBIA, S. C.
t60llITl & kI\,
Foidus afid Machilists, ~
Havie ,!wars on han.1
Stationary Steam Engines w
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
Pullies, Etc. ~
CASTING.S of every kinid in Iron or Brass.
We guarantee to furni-sh Engines and re
Boilers of as good quality an d po wer, and
at as low rates as cans he had in the North.
We mianufacture, also, the GADDY iM
PROVED WATER WHEEL. which we re
comend for power. simplicity of construc
tiOn, durability and cheapness. ful
We warrant our work. and a.ssure prompt
nessand dispatch in ifilin orders.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
CelumWa, s. C. 4
q S. c.,
-N and DOMEST IC C AS
lich we are making: to or
.0 inspeetion. sep.:,:..t.
Ifarionery andl 01nin
E\WST 1101 58h
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened. in the newv aol hand
Ine uflding inmmediately Oppo:4ite the
-cziix office, oa Main btreet, a t-mpkti
STAT I ON E RY.
mprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
I iizcs, qualitties al! of every 1ercrip:1n
at PaIpers of Cip, Demy, DoubC-Cp. N'e
mal., Royal, Super-Royal, and i;ieri
.es, vhich will he sidd in ay qutalnt*y. o
anufactured ito lank Books or ,y iz.e
d ru,ed to anv pattern, and bonid in an. T
y!e, at shurt noti.
ENN -L i
i endle,i. va!iezy-al.1 size-:, co1I:.r.m dnk u:1!'
S.\ N K A965
f uvo... %-u*bo.-:, M".mor:.i ir
', . P c t . :-.t N:Iv '
Id a v uqphlee stuc% Id m -r:,r.
;e. ICi l' r U h - ;IT )n"I:
ris tol Boards, Vo-tai ae n1l ms
per, Pcackis, W;ate Col:.hI .t
f eevy ie-crip -; "ll;' . .4eV t v ri V of
:n.int:..nd nI ra L i c for both I :
Photo-rih Aibuni, Writiming D:-k. PIr
os, C;bam, with bo(Xe:. 1nd aCdn
F.\ N ' AR t'i I.S
Alko, :1 m..s,t eleA.mt toc of Col.-I e
i Pencil C.t-t-, su.'erli n > -m
BWick, Blue, ile n-d CItrmione,T
Hl C(pving: Mu:1a.e Che , and
unm i 'en : l 1 .:;nk: Vi-i'inv' 1n ' -
u- Cirds. clnd everythimg n'ilv k.pt ft :.
'irst Class Stal'lontery Hlouse,
h1iel the Fubocriber ino-i-Is ih i.
lie wil: s.i!! conmi::et his 1'lNI 'IW'Y .n
i..\NK HIm01 MAN'F.Ai'u ;Y .: P\
E T'!.1G T''' Li'. SH lT whe':
iz,r vear in th"ii S:ia te, i .1 1 hib he
m1tion.ll is 11 :00 wd: bv . w, fi :1-1
a.cnablhe,:mnd he hopes to ina - n:c of
F.P SToKES. Ma~ ny'r,
Nov. 15, 4ti-tf O)ppo,i t PhaX i i"le.
Nos. 3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
CHAR LESTON, S. C.
PRI nTh2E RS e
OUR SPECIALTY, I
YT, BY t'SiN2 'i a.A'.i::'tiP.l ' T- K.
wt' CAN yi Ntin 1tA:g ...
LO0WEST IVING PRICES.~
Piries Paper aind Env. rie
wedding and ?a l .In. i/ n
rv*dt 2 !m -
I'' -ep n hand 'e-. ind
-rC'tove Cokn Prlra
A O fTPice, 1:i
I a: oho mi: . : n! ti. :' -
Guttering and Roof!rg F
ark iocien d.
store formerly 'cenPi by WC 'i 1 -
ides bo:hat and ex\c1.ange'd for- good'.
Lrders promptly filled.
A share o pbi pIU atro0iag is resptee~
J. N. BASS.
ar. .L 44.t-t
ef'.1 f I cli f'ehii
Ee:n: n ver: ! ho11 :, 1y tei
: : : : : . As
o: to '.ii.sardFev:r lhiv :- "
1:: 1 r Si.ck Radacte ai 1:ili;us Cohc
-y are a iure en:v. For C.-nstipatio. Rh;
itism. Piles, Palpitation of the, Heart, Pain
th:t Side, Bacis and Loins, Nervousncss, a
:1ti .1 nw1y. For Female Irregularitie,
tr.out a rival. Wh.ei uiv iwe., not -reel
ry wVvll." a1 Single dose sI imlula!es thf !.to
chl and ljovels. restores the appet ite. and
:ts vigor to) the systei. !.!old evy-v
ere. Ofmee. 1:, 11imur i-y .4at.. New Y r
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
- i,inw!, and ;oi t likt; magic. The,. hII!t in
The gbastly record of deaths t1it retsult fr(an
A:t=l.1ry affections j.- frightmul. Therc is2
sdlheese- ti:0 im -o ii du 'oxus i it a, teok
, ";I;n1;:1 ion. Bty I hv negiv.-t of Sih
h1%'' tilty isoonmi beCGICe depSattId anll
ry reW-.lies which-1, it atppiledl at t:wt.out
K.wul Piaaaetedal :nr Dr.JN
I lI t I 11 MNl> . it - 'll the lmos
Lun 'i,ah m ver, s:ovre!. A
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-' bA.'t i ll :tn removel tIl ri''::10,
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n:iie l a!.. I ewer aleyo h
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C0OLUMBIL, S. C
DR. H. BAER,
V;t l* d.-2\'F . ' 'ET l
D RiUG G IST,
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ivmaeso te ies io rvmns and
My- 4okihre hnevranamn
PhI A PS, FOETYE,
Ting. Reiecs Ic
i,- - a purely Veg
oj( on the lower
ragof the,i:rra N,,vada mioun
i ff,>rn:. the medicinal
praiaie oft v.b ar :i~textracted
the ' r:i'2h. ,72: u.x of Alcohol.
T..: .m ta n:o.4 daly asked,
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-- 1 they
C. *., and
. e systemn.
; - the world
ides of Vnr
the sick of
h to. They are
i,-;e a Tonic,
r et ::nation of
.... ,:al ~ (:-g..'. IA Biiions
Teprop'n-Ves of DR. WALX.
. A piient. Dis
b r. '-:a a ti-te (titir ,, W a a
- i;m - .::et--r-Irritant,
- A 2-RIlious.
R 11. H.WMDONAL) & CO..
D r s & G-n. Agu.. Szn Fraacio. Califor
r.. or. of Washin:rt.: :.:i C hiirl!oa Sta...Y.
Sold by al Drugg.ts and Dealers.
SUC:~.). T:23.O ARKEE,
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j u-M i- tt '.;i ft sale. of
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ed itittlc an.i1.ter ns.
i . s. .i.; MEilVICK,
(i>e -.. . C:-;n ~ i P>.h .lA N. Y.
Twenty-our Prge..ar. Pricr
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MenU!cturrs o tX. ~C n eotre at
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LI'li-I .:fiu~ hee.
'e:: il- . now in. f . w ' a :.: un e
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'u i1Is, if?. power f: . v. a .t' ~i the arket
.n S; la l 00 10:! .C :--- L ater
1:4,ua.ery tor White 2.--:31 ti os and Oil
i'ds, inhaft ing PM:e.va an.: lianger.
c cvn e o men TA E ..
WXe arc in receip
~WEDEs IRON, HOES,
>LOW STEEL, NAILS,
COPE, PLOW I.
39 Hlayne St., and Corne
AFFECTION and CHARITh
WIFE, MOTH ER, SISTER, or FRIEND
W~ith all attachments for all kinds o
Awarded at the VtzmA ExPosrrios th<
rnEa. ErantsT MEPALs von MantT oF' PRc
aa:ss AsD ScrERIORITY OF PRODccTIoss.
Sold last year
45 Thousand More Machine
than all competitors.
W. P. BELL, Agt.
FOR NEWBERRY GOUNTY,
At J. D. CASH'S WHOLESALE AN]
RETAIL DRY GOODS AND
Newberry C. HI., S. C.
Jan 27, 4-3m.
TIlE ULS0N SillTTLE
'he Best and Cheapest in th4
lie:.*':f:r (e :neral ():hi in: (j:nbi
BY THE HALF DOZEN,
[' Meiel.::ts, Deales an~d G(;ges
At Wholesale Cash Price
A zod1. ctive ..ent wanted for Newbher
A:ddres< aI orders to
MOORE & COZBY,
CUL UMBIA, S. C.
Dec. 2:;, 51--tf.
~'THE LOST CAUSE.'
A MAGNIFICENT Picture, 5,000O copie,
lradv sAid. It is 34x18 inebtes in size
rin:ed on heavy plate paper, i>eautiful in de
ign and artistic in execution, It represen:
Sconfedera:e soldier after the war returnins
o his home, wich he finds lonely and deso
ae. In fonut of the ruined cottage. telling a
ad tale of miseries of war, are two graves
ith rude crosses, on oue of which some
iendly band has hung a garland. To the
iht the calm river and rising moon indi
ste peace ::.d rest. The stars, seen betweeni
he tree, represent the Sd>nthern Cross. It is
picture thast will touch every Southern
eaut, and should find a place in eery South
rn homie. Sent by mail mounted on a roller,
nd pos.t-p)aid, on receipt of 25 cents, or three
r>r 50 cents.
Address W. M1. BI'RROW,
200 Main Street, Bristol, Tenn.
[G'Agents wanted for this, and a variety
f other line Engravings. From $3 10 SIo
er day easIly made. Catalogue and private
.n a annofwm Jan. 260 4-e.
t of a full line of
r King and Market Streets,
TON, S. C.
A NEW IDEA.
sent to the NEW YORK & ORIENTAL TEA
COMPA NY will Insure by return mail, one
pound of excellent Oolong, Yon yon,
Englisht Breakfast, Japan or Mixed essuch
us is usually retailed at $1.30 to $1.80 per
IT 1S A FACT NOT GENERALLY KNOWN
that bvy a recent arrangement of the Post
Offie,~small quantities of merchandise are
now conveved at charges considerably less
than those ~of the express companies. The
cost on one p)ound of Tea being S cte. only.
Thbe Ne w York and Oriental Tea Compay
is taking advantage of THils EXTRA RBDI
NA RY FA CI LIT Y and isi supplying its custo
mers in all parts of the United States with
the tinest Teias ever imported at
RIEACONS WHlY von should order your
Teas fromt thc New Yiork and Oriental Tea
1st. Becauseo the Cmay deals on
PURE UNADLLTERXATED TE. It is well knwn
that immense quantities of so-called "Tea,"
adulteratedl With the lea.ves of the Willow
Hawthorn, and other trees, and even small
stones, particles o f lead and steel flns
besides coloring matter, are sent -over e
count7- and sold at enormous prices as
The buyers of the New York and Oriental
Tea Company. c an, by a NEW PEOCEsS, not
generally known, detect the presence of
adu]teration in al' its forms; and the Com-.
panry wili continue to maintain the high
character it has hitherto sustained, by sell
ing none but
'2d. Because our command of capital ena
bles us TO IMPORT LARGELY FOR CASH,
and thus to sell cheap. We buy all our Teas
at the Ports of China ad Japan. and tuse
save many intermediate pronits and charges.
f3d. Because we have Inaugurated a EW
SYSTEM OF ILSINESS, originated a!IEWIDEA.
,We save the pronits cf the middlemen and
-give themi to our Customers, by sendin d1
-rect to any address, the finest uatisof
Tea at Wholesale Prices.
4th. Because as the
GREAT NEED OE THE TIMES ~
is PURE TEA AT A LOW PRICE; and as we are
determined to SUPPLY THIS NIEED, itig to
your interest to help us by sendingon your
orders at once.
& See our Price List.
Oolong (Black) 40, 50,.60, best 70 ets. per lb..
Mixed (G reen and black) 40, 50, 60, 70, best
80 cts. per lb.
Japan (Uncolored) 60, 70, 80, best $1 per lb.
Imperial (Green) 60, 70. 80, $1. $1.25 prlb.
Young Hvson (Green) 50,60, 70, best $1.00.
Gunpowder (Greeni $1.00 best $1.25 per lb.
English Breakfast (Black) 60, 70,80, best $1.
*&' P. S. We have a special qultot very
fine Onlong and Young Hyson at $15 per lb.
Any of these qualities delivered free by
mail, and safe delivery guaranteed, on re
- ceipt of pirice.
PLEuASE NOT E.--We deal in nothing that Ia
UNa.ot:ND. IN.J RED, DAM AGED or ADULTERA
TED IN ANY RU.$PECT, e*veni the lowest goal.
ties, in the above list, arc perfectin their de
gree, clean, pure, and uninjured in every
Gaf W E WANT ACTIVE AND RELIABLE
AG ENTs EVEIRYWIHIE RE. to whom special
inducmenets are of'ered. The businessis
htonorabdle anid respectable. Young and old,
Rich and Poor. Male andI Female, can get
up clubs and act as~ Agents. Send for circu
I lars and begin at once.
NEW YORK & ORIENTAL TEA COMPANY,
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 16TK SEPT,
A. P. PIFER, A. Mt., Principal,
WXITHI COMPETENT ASSISTANTS.
The adivantages affrded by this institu
tion or a hero:ugh an.d complete educa
tion, are' secondj to r.o other in the State,
Tutio uis lo:w, viz: from $12.50 to$22.50
in, ad1::we or onI satisl4cto)ry s'curities.
Boring in private ittmilies at moderate
For furtior par-l:rs enquire of the
Seretary o! the Loard, Mr. S. P. Boozer,
'or of ~A. P. PIFER,'
.1 11y 29, .0-If. Principa.
THOMPSON & JONES,
NEWBEERY C. H., S. C.
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania Coflq of
IMar. 19, '73-1Mrt.