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THE KEEPING OF SHEEP.
The growth and cultivation ol
wool has been an employment ol
man, and taxed the skill and sa.
gacity of the agriculturist from
time immemorial. It is one of the
highest and noblest occupations ol
man. Shepherds, and the keeping
of sheep, are mentioned oftener in
holy writ than any other occupa
tion. Yea, the greatest event that
ever happened on this earth was
first made known to shepherds.
'While shepherds watched over
their flocks by night, the angel ol
the Lord came down and glory
There is no animal kept on the
.farm- more profitable than sheep.
Thi ebusists, first, in increase;
second, wool; third, flesh. They
will lieGthere- n, other domestic
animal can, and are more peace
able,-requiring less watching: to
keep them within bounds than any
other animals. Theie is no other
country on the face of the globe
better adapted to keeping sheep
than America, and perhaps none
where it is so little understood.
There is no domestic animal so
much neglected as the sheep. Most
people, even those who write on
the proper care of sheep, do not
appreciate the importance of keep
ingAhemf .dry. Sheep have a natu
ral aversion to standing~in the mud
or water. They will even suffer
hunger rather than venture- ukiL
muddyg:er filthy barnyard. This
is ad matter of fancy, for sheep
sooa becomne diseased wh?in comr
pelled to occupy damp, muddy or
Sheep give back to the .farm
more in proportion to what they
take off than any other animals;
therefee their advantages are not
appreciated by a majority of farm
ers. Sheep are especially adapted
by their peculiar habits to render
important service. They are pion
eers of the plow, cleaning up land
that has becn given up to weeds
and briers, cleaning fields, and
while doing so they will thrive so
that their-sides will stand out with
fatnesa, or they will scale the rough
iills an3d glean food where the im
plements of the husbandman are
useless. They invariably leave a
pasture better for having been kept
in it. An old sheep pasture that
can be plowed may be -looked
upon as but oae step from a full
BEEP A LA MoDE.-Procure a
juicy and tender round, or part of
a round, of fresh beef, according
to size of family. Cut an onion
in two, and with ea1ch half rub the
beef thoroughly on both sides,
after removing the marrow bone ;
make a stdifng of bread crumbs,
a little melted butter, salt and
pepper, a pinch or two of thyme,
sweet mar*foram, and summer
savory pulverized and mixed to
gether, *a small half teaspoonful
of ground cloves, and two or
three tablespoonfuls of water, just
enough to moisten, but not to pack
the bread erumbs. Have ready
some strips of good, solid salt
pork, about half an inch thick;
score the beef by plunging a
knife clear through, and cutting
both ways; score as thickly as possi
ble, and fill the plates alternately
with a strip of pork and the bread
crumbs. Reserve three or four
tablespoonfuls for the gravy. Next,
bind the beef into round shape,
by passing a twine cord several
times around and tying tightly,
taking and fastening with a skewer
any loose or irregular point,
spread slices of pork over the top,
and place the beef upon a wire
rak that will sit upon a diripping
very frequently, letting the water
run down into the pan. When
done, place the gravy pan upon
the range, add more water from
the onions, (if much gravy is de
sired,) the reserved crumbs, ano
ther pinch or two of the mixed
herbs, ditto ground cloves, about
two tablespoonsful of vinegar,and
browned flour enough to impart a
rich, dark brown color; blend all
well together, boil for a minute or
two and serve with the meat. A
few spoonfuls poured over the
meat when dished is an improve
ment. Serve the boiled onions
either in a'dish by themselves or
upon the meat.dish. The marrow
from the bone, chopped fine.and
-added to, the' stuffing of crumbs,
enriches - iL-Exchange.
PURCHAsE LAND INSTEAD OF
RENTING.-This section of country
will-not flourish as it should until
the "tenant system" is principally
abolished and more of the people
become owners of laild. A rented
place is continually depreciating
in value. The tenant gets off of
it all he can, and returns but little
to the land.. As a general thing
the landlord wants all the rent he
cag get, and usually puts none of
it on the place, in repairing and
improving, until everything has so
much gone down that a heavy
outlay is required. Thus the land
is reduced; in a few years the
houses are leakinga Aud -4herwise
out of repair, the fences are rot
ting down, the ditches filling up,.
and tlh 4eant impoverished- by
paying heavy rents and by not
working over one-third or one-half
of the year.
But let a man strain a point; buy
a simall farm and pay for it, then
go to work and improve it; then
when a shingle, pziling, or plank
comes loose he feels some interest in
nailing it on and keeping things gen
erally in repair. Every load,.of ma
nure he makes and deposits is on his
own- premises, and is enhancing its
value, every spare dollar may be
profitably employed. Were this
principle put into practice pretty
generally, in ten years there would
be a wonderful change in the ap
pearance of the country, and in the
tiaftiis oCtlte people.
- ALUABLE WHITJNAsH.--lave
a twelve or fiftengallon kettle
clean and dry;rtake 18 pounds of
quick lime, unslaked and fresh
burnt,.put it in the kettle and pour
water on it, and it will commence
to slake immediately, but keep it
covered with boiling water or it
will burn ; it will absorb water
rapidly, but keep patting in.sdfast
that when the lime is done slaking
the kettle will be full. Put in 14
pounds sulphate of zinc and 1
pound of alum, keep it well. sf'rred
until well-slaked and it will be
about the consistency of cream.
It is then ready for use. It will
mix with any kind of paint, even
oil paint ; ean be used with laipj
black, or yellow ochre, or red lead
for brick walls. It forms a per
fect cement so that water will not
penetrate after it gets per-fectly
dry. Freezing will not scale it a
particle. This is from the pen of
an old mason of more than - forty
GREAT TRUTHs.IN AGRICULTURE.,
-The farmer who stints his fields,
is as unwise and improvident as
he who starves his working cat
te-in both cases he is diminish
ing the ability of a faithful servant
to be useful to him.
The farmer who obtains from a
field not properly fertilized ten
bushels of grain, when by manur
ing he might have obtained twen
ty, is selling his labor at half its
He who does not give back to
his fields as much as he takes from
them, sells their fer'tility in his
crop-and the fertility of the Boil
is the farmer's capital.
The farmer who will keep these1
truths in view, and act in accord
ance with the rules they suggest,
will find his compensation in the
increasing products of his wealth,
and in the promiotion of general
To STEW OAnRoTs.-Half-boil
six large carrots without cutting
them; then slice them into a stew
pan; put in enough good stock to
nearly cover them, with pepper and
salt to taste. Stew them till ten
der; then mix in a separate vessel
~ pint of cream and a tablespoon
FOALLTHINGS ARE NOW READY
avtfiM t T urn fron-he N liern
Cities, and the National Photographic As.
sociation at Buffalo, I feel better prepared
to do good work'than ev'er before, by the
advantages of the latest iniprovements, and
the prettiest styles.
My stock is larger than ever, and among
which are, a fine lot of
Picture Paper Weights, es
I am prepared to take .
Copying and Enlarging Old Pictures,
Taking Residences, &c.
CaTl'hiler the pretty weitherlaits'; re
member that delays are dangerous, and do
not put it off.
A proof is always furnished for inspection
before the picture is printed..
The surest y3isto come at once and
get pictures at..the Newberry Gallery of the
over ready Piotogropher,
W. f. WISEMAR.
Oct. 8, 40-tf.
For a Large u - to[ Iu.'* Paper,
Every man in the County of
RHMT1 BRE A ITBRIBE R !
Every man who has ever
lived hero and has
SHOULD BK A UlBSGRIBER I
Al Over the State !
AND IS, THEREFORE,
A 0od Medium t0P AdvelNIBIng.
For the Newberry Herald !
In the Newberry Herald !
. F. GRENEKER,
Jan. 12, 2-tf.
TO THE WORKING CLASS-We caxt fur
ush you employment at whichyoca
ithut ben ay from home over night.
asubscribers for Te Centennial Record,
ie largest publication i the United States
ed Term onyu $n per year. The ecord
a evoted to whatever is oi interest con
aected with the Centennial year. The Great
xibivn a,t.Philaepi is fully.illustrae.
hle peol feel tinterst in their
~ountry's Centennial Birthday, and want to
~now anl abouts it. An elegant patriotic
,ted freeto eah s urbr eti rfed
In remembrance of the One-Hundredth An
iiversary of the Independence o~f the United
states." Size, 23 byS30inches. Any onecan
pape andspiue and landrede of subso
ers are easily obtsiled eveeywhere.. There
s no business that will pay iethis at pres
nit. We have many agents who'are making
athe time: dont dely Renmemer itcosts
iothing to give the business a. trial. Send
or our circulars, terms, and sample copy of
apr, which aro e nt ee lwho appy
'ho decide to engage. Farmers and me
bhanics, and their sons and daughters make
lie very bes of agents. Aress,COD
June 14, 24-2m* Portland, Maine.
1E LATEST NOVELTIES
IN NOTE PAPERS.
~ogether with other articles in Stationery
Just received at the
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Mar. 29, 13-tf.
2E ENUL LE IIOTfE L.
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBA RAILROAD,
CoLUM Jan. 1,J876.
The following resolutions having bee:
adopted by the stockholders of the Green
Ville and Columbia Railroad Company, aI
their annual meeting in Columbia on the
29th of April last:
Resolved, That for the more satisfactory
arrangement of -the Company's bond an
general debt, authority it hereby given tc
-the Board of Directors to create a Firs1
Mortgage on the road and property of the
Greenville and Columbio Railroad Company
subject to the following coaditions and re
That the amount of the mortgage shal
not exceed three million dollars.
Tiatnotnore than,pro millioqs five hun
dred'ijh6xaptifiollas ef : he bands d
und ienIagg1hi died fizlhe 'ar
rangement or settlement of the debt. Ad
That the balance, five hundred thousand
dollars, be held in truit, applicable only k
such acquisitions and additions to the prop
erty as have been authorized and approved
by the stockholders- . -
The Board of Directors, in the exercis
of the authority given to them by these
resolutions, have executed a First Mortgage
on the road and property of the Company
to fhe Farmers' Loan and Trust Company ol
the- City of New York, in accordance there.
with, and now offer for sale the Bonds madc
under the said mortgage at 75 per cent,
cash, or the equivalents of that price in any
of the Company's outstanding obligationt
in whole or in part. These Bonds are dated
July 1st, 1875, bear interest at 7 per cent,
and mature in twenty years.'- The- Bondi
and Coupons are payable in the city of Nei
- Their superior claims to the confidence
of capitalists are sufficiently established by
the fact that the past exceptionally unfavor
able :yer=to- Railroad interests exhibits
The gross earnings.of the Green
ville and boumbia'Railroad... .$540,00t
The current operating expenses... 295,000
Leaving applicable to interest... .$24",000
The confident expectation of the
Board -is. that the $2,500,000 of
Bonds now offered will absorb
every obUgat,op o.the Compa
ny, andAt esii biingsas
shown above, subject only to the
charge of interest on these Bonds,
which,,at saie.pe- cent,.w6l~d
Balance of earningover expehEes
and interest..............$ 70,000
Provision has also been made in the ar
rangement of the Bonds of this issue for
their Registry at the option of~the holderi
Any further-information whieh may be
desired will be furnished on application to
the T&a'sdrer, at tie Compan~y' Office, in
this city. -7 - W. J. McGRATH, Fies.
C. H. MANSON, Treas.G. & C. R. R.
Feb. 9, 6-tf.
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THlE15TH SEPT.
A. P. PIFER, Ae it., Principal,
The adv,antages afforded by this institu
tion for a thorough anid complete educa
tion, are second to no other in the State,
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50
in. advan6edoron satisfa pj secrities.
~Boarding in private families at moderate
For further partidulars enquire' of-the
Secretary of the Board, Mr. S. P. Boozer,
or of -. A. P. PIFER,
Aug 18, 38-tf. Principal.
aharin ad Hir Dresin
One Door Below Balthnare Corner, on Aam
Gentlemen guaranteed a clean shave, a
neat cut and polite attention.
June 9, 28-tf. -
Obtained Best ad Cheapest, by
LOUWS BAOCEft& CO.,
80L(GITORS # PATENTS,
O1mees, Federal BHidings,
WASHIN4GTON, 0. C,
mr send sampi if pamphlet, con
taining'comlt instructions how
to obtain Patents.
. CENI1L AMEI A
FOR SALE BY
MAE t& MARTIN
Apr. 19, 16-tf.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
GREENVILLE & CoLUEMA R. R.-Go.,
COLUxmA, S. C., June.2, 1876.
The Accommodation Trains Nos. 2 and
, on the AN.D)ERSON and ABBEVILLX
BRANCHES, viz: Between Belton and An-.
dersn, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days; and betiween Ho.dgk and .Abbeville,
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,wll
be DISCONTINUED, - on and after Thurs
day, the 8th of June, until further notice.
June 7, 23-tf.
PA8IIONABLE BllRB E ,
SHOP NBIT DOOR WORTH of POST OPPICE.
A clean shave, a neat cut, and polite at
tention guaranteed. May 3, 18-if.
$5 to $20 peray at ome. Smle
Co., Portland, Maine. 10-1y
END 25c. to G. P. ROWELL & CO., New
York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, contain
ing lists of 3000 newspapers, and estimates
showing cost of advertiing. 10-y
10adyat home. Agents wanted. Out
$12t andayrsfre RU O.
gut and erm. TU ., 10
REst,nE a AR OL
REESE & CARROLL,
~ WITW~ ~
Stationery and Binding.
E. R. STOKE$
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
some building immeditely~ 4pptsi' the
Phnix office, on Main street, a complotd
Cofiprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;.
Flat Papers of-Cap, Demy; Double-Cap, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Ro al, ind Imperial
sizes, wIhich will be soldIn any quantit or
manufactured into:B1*P oko".: e,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In eadless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, lXote Books.
ARCHITECTS ar DRAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paperand-Boards, Oil
Paer, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and,
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
T SCAOOL ST.TIONERY
Of every description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
- FANCY ARTICLES.
Also, a most elegant stock of. Gold Pens
i and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Blak, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Men and Boards: Visjiting and Wed
ing.Cards, and everything usually keyt ii a
irst Class Statioiary House,
Whieh-the subscriber inteds this shall-be.
He will still conduct'his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTOR and. PA
PER-RULING XSIABLISHMENT, which
'las been in successful operation lor over
thirty'years in this.State, and -to whieh b#
villecoltinue to devote his own persoual,at
tention. His stock will be kept.up fall and
complete, andAhs pries will befond always
re'asonable, and hhopes to have a share
E. E. STOKES, Main Street, -
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phcnix ,
FRIITIIG HoU E
L ABIES Y ITICKETS
IqOTEs.HEADS, 0 STATEMEN '
LETTER:MEAD8 ~LEGAL BLkWKS,
B IL L HEADS, I NVITA HONS,
Ete.,&c. .UIETC,, &c.
- PRINTED AT THE.
HRLD PRINTN OFIE
Invitation and Wedding Papers,
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCIL
PA-PER DOLLS and
-, For children,
-&o., &c., &c
EEALD B00E STORE.
PAPER of all kinds,
FOR BALE CHEAP AT THE
HERALD BOOE STORE.
SCHOOL BOOKS, and all other kinds or
BOOKS, or any article in the STATIONERY
LINE PROMPTLY FILLED.
T. F: (GRENEKER,
Eitor HERALDand Proprietor BDok.StOre.
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
Something New, Beau
tifal, Durable and
Cheap for Cov
. ering and Or
Nothing has come before the public in
our estimation so practical and economical r
-as the Abrams' Metallic Grave Oover. It ia
cert.inly -just the .thing that the people i
want, and we are now intro*ducing them; I
for sale single -or club- rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of the
following Counties, viz.:
Spartaniburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and
Call and see specimen at John B. Mar- II
tin's Buggy Emporium.
Any further information wanted will re
ceive prompt attention by calling on or aa
dressing, W. H. WISEMAN, Agt., 0
May 5, 18-tf. Newberry, S. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL L
NT 131 MT INGQrP TREET,
fliT A RT1E~TON ~. C. A
Doors, Sash and Jilinds.
["ODurage Nome feopli
GEO 8. HACKER,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The only -DO.O# i A 04 aWliMND
FACTORY owned and,ianagq;by AQrO
linian in this city. All work guaranteed.
Always on hand a large stock of DOORS,
SASH, BLINDS. MOULDINGS, BRACK
ETS, SCROLL and TURNED WORK of
GLASS, WHITE LEADS and BUILD.
DRESSED- LUMBER and FLOORING
delivered in any part of this State.
Harness and Saddles.
SUCCESSOR TO WEMI JONES PA
(Between Pool's Hotel and the Post 'qtce,)
Having bought the E N T I R S TOCdK
of the Hrness'and ;&ddle a Manufactor of'
Messrs. Webb;4oes &.Parker,. am pre
pared to do all kinds of work in this line.
AI6 "will keep on hind faI,HAHRNESs
SADDLES, &e., .&RNESS LEATHE
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER IEATHER, 4
of the best,''d cheapest. REPAI9ljjW
and -al *ork idone to order -
At Cash Prices ae i SIirest
Rail Roads. -
Greenville & Columbia Ralroada
up n and after Monday. May 29,
the tb~ lg will be theiSchedule~
Leave Colunbal.f..-. . .. .........7.4 a m
Alston..~.-.. ............9.80 a m
Newbe,r................10.50 a mn
........:.............. 2.17 p m
- ......................... 4.00 p;mp
Arive Greenville................5.85 p m
Leave Greenville.-....... ...i805 a m
" Belton....................955a m
" Cokesbury. ..............1188. a m
"Newberry.................2.40 p i
"Aiston... ..............- G 4 P.m
Arrive Colninbia.......-.........5.55 p 'a
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
DOtWN giaW. -
Leave WalhaPa at.........6.15 a m
" Perryville...................... 7.00 am
" Pendleton....... ................ 8.20 a.m.n
"' Anderson............... -84 a ti
Arrive at Belton............. ....... 9.40 a 'a
Leave Belton at 4,00 p 'a
9' Anderson 6.00 p in
"Pe 'rrille.... 685pm
arrivetWabl. ...7 m
Acooim ato ' Trains run on Abbeville
>ranhModasWednesdaJs and Fridays. On
AndersonBraneb hitween -Blo and Ander,
JABEZ NORTON, Gn Tce.Aht
South Carolina Blroad Company.
nite oth erdia RW od 4 ana
AT -PASSENGER TRAIN-SUEDAYS EOPTED.
'aave Columbia at.................... 8.40 am
Lr rive at Chi.rleston at .............. 4.20 p m
Lave Charleston at ..........i................ 9.00 a m
trrive at Colublaat................... 5.00.p rn
NIGET EXPRESS A.OoMOXNDATIOX TRAIN.
Lave Columbia at.;...............7.15 pin
Lrive at Charleston at...............6.45 a m
Lave Charleston at. . ...............7.1 p '
trrive at Columbia at...........6.30 a m
Caden Train will run through to Columbia
m Monda~ys, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
eave:Columbia-s .....r. .......iS1 50 p.
arive at ol.. ina..................11 50 pm
S. S. SOLOXONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PrcEENS, General Ticket Agent.
SPARTANBURS & UNiON RAILl ROADS
Th o.win gser Schedule wil be ope
Downwad-Monday, Wed diadFriday.
Upward-Tuesday, Thursday ndSaturday.
DOWN TRAIN. (3P 'IAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
partanburg.... - 9.80-a. ma. 8.10 p.-m.
ac olet...... 10.20 10.25 2.25 2780
oneville..... 10.55 11.00 .1.55 2.00
antuc.,.......12.55 . 1.O 12.15 12.23
Ish Dam....1.20 1.25 11.50a.m11.55
belton........~1.50 2.00 11.16 11.20
~yles' Pord.. 2.25 2.80 10.47. 10.50
tr oters......... 245 2.50 10.25 10.80
Ls tn....... 8.45 9-80
Close connection made with Greenville:and
~olumba Trains-Stages at Tramns.on arrival in
partanburg, to convey Passengers to Glenn's
Cherokee gs even.
. .DAVIS ueitnet
ilINBTON, COL.UMBIA ANDeAUBUSTA R. R.
GENrEALT PAssENGER DEPRTXENT,l
&bDEIA, S. C., June4 ,1876. -''
eave Columbia, - - - 9.00 p. m.
eave Florence, - - - - 2.15 a. m.
.rriveat Weimington, - - - 7.88 a.m'. I
ave Wilmington, - - - 6.25 p. ma. e
ave Florence , - - - 1155p.m.
rrie t Clubia - - - 4.00 a.m.
Makes throughconnectio3s, allrail, Northd nd
mth, and water line oonnections via Ports- I
Lout. Through tickets sold and cek.
to all principal pointe. Pulnn s.
A. POPE, General Passenger and TicketAgent.
arlotte, Columbia & Augusta E. B.
GENERAL, TICKET DZPA.RTEET, 1
CoLUEIA, S. C., June 4, 1876.5f
The following Passenge ScheduIe will be op-]
~ted on and after this ate:
MAI, EXPESS--GOING NORTH.
yeavAua............-... 4.30 P. 1!. 1
rieCumbia................. 9.85 P. M.
rave Columbia............... ... 9.56 P. 3!.
rrive Charlotte..................5.15 A. 3M. e
AII. EXPEEsS-GOING SOUTH. .
ae Charlotte.-................. 9.40 P. M.
rive Columbia.................38.85 A. 3!. I
rave Columbia................... 3.45 A. 3!.
.r.e ug..............8.80 A. 31.
(REQ. WOODS & CkS
PAR LOR ORGANS.
Ca- - - - -
ITflY -A Muadi Omalf selected muicndala
Tpeeryeare'orAten cents and
to$2 worth of the fest !usc. 60. WOODSf& CO.,Iisher
Segars an ; Tobacco. -
PERRY & SLAWSeN'S PR -T
C.0L U MBIA, .C
vey mchant who is disposed to SaVe a few cents dpet
i requested to give us a sample er.e
Wewilr bliip iin any quantin on days time.
Plug Tobacco, 10 inch, 5 to lb., 50 lbs. to Box,t 50 cents.
Plug Tobaceo, ,11lih 4 to lb., 50 lbs:o-Box, at 60 ent. -
P1g zbacco, 10 inch 5 to lb. 501bs. to B at cents.
PlugTobacco, 11 inch4 to lb.,40bs. to'at 5 tcent.
Plu Tobacco, . nch 4 to ,lb 40 bs.toBox, at 60 cent.
PlugTobacco2 li'b,4tolb.401b.to Box, at 65 cents.
Plug Tobacco, 11 inch, 4 to lb. 30 lbs. toBox, t -5ets..7s
-itgTo;baco, l2nch, 3 tolb., 30 lbs. to Box, at 6 ts,
PlixgTobaco, 11 inch, 1to lb., 40 lbs. to Box, at
F1WTobeccAh 9 inch, 7to lb., 30 lbs. to Box, at 55 cents.
Plug Tobacco, 11 inch, 7 to.1b., 20 lbs. to Box, at 6 cents.
3 ounce T ~t (very bright,) * 30 lbs. to Box, at 85 cents.
3 ounce....... ..... 30 bs. to Boxat ,15 oents.
6 -nceTwit*.........12 tolb.,18bs.toBox, at 65 ent.
6 lnTwist..................12 to b.,1Ibs. oBOat .75s
6 iWlTwist........... 12 to1b.,18bs. to Box,at 60
Pancakes.............22 tolb, - -MCents.
Gravely, HowT Dew Tobacco Sto l. 30 1bs.toBox atI 00pents.
- Alakamo Tobacco, 25 bs 50 cents.
Diirini ''C " - - 6-e s
p & Slawson's Triumph making 100 ce
is the inest Tobacco we handi,.put up in X lb.--,
-Briar Pie assorted) from $1 to $3prdozen. .One dozen
will gieyou an assortment'oif tedifferent kin
CIGAlR DEFA RT ME~V
CHEROOTS, $12.50 per 1000. CIGABRS,;$16, $18AM ang.up eda x- .R'
It is Imossible to give an idea of the quality yf rc List,an&as & ame oLr
amountat $25 or $30, you'!h ltus send yusa nboe, askorted. ay2:
turn them if r o httheysare cbaeth any:yoummae~s
d pref~~er osesamnple before ordering, please state style of t~oo~U
ed, and we wlsedsample plug. Feb. 9,6-tf
Iron Worlcs. RCIODr1
I. GOLDS1MITH. 'P KIND. *
Have always on hand s~a~~nis.~~izs
Stationary Steam Engines RTA
and Boilers for Saw- ,BST -
SAW AND CRIST MILLS, otIl.H
Shaftings IH ON ,
CASTINGS of every kind In Iron or Brass. ~ st~ uiM olu
We guarantee -to furnish Engines and.
Boilers of as good qualit and pwer, and alkis,irurlw-ll,eai
at as low rates as can be adin ti.ot.
We manufacture, also, the GA.DDY IM- ilGxn, ~ PIe~ ,
ROVED WATER WREI which' we-re
ommend for power, simplcity of construe- JRCITIBI AE UI
Wwarrant our wr,and assure prompt- AEO' PCILSEMPIS
essanddispatch in iflnorders. -'
GLSTH Ar, KI KD,s F CTOG.
an. 14, 2-tf. - Columbia, S. "C. Oc.1,4-y
[Undertakiag. .G .W TG ~ -
C. M. HARRIS, FRIUEWRSADL t .
abinet Maker &Undertaker. V
Has on hand and will make to order Be- tie f.Wl n
uteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Soas,cse1 Igrtls. : ;
settees, Lenges,~ A .hepItra
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re- t 3,4-1v
aied on liberal terms. u,wv
Has:ourhand a funl supply of Metalic, Ma- ~3iC,E .,w 4k,s
ifns made to order at short notice, and
O-ce9 40tf. MARTI H ARRTS. RC M N ,V
THE UBSCIBEhas onstCtlyCUAE~ SAW MTTU
~ases, o differetRpatters,Ebesids-coffSn
olunis.atver resonble raes,oitedJ' arbneWierJJl
t.iloadwilih&vtheientfre of hare.. Offienoer tor esA.M owc o
A Hearse islalwaysonghandaaid willeb
urnls edat he rate oER$10AR ThR. E WBATRY '&HIE.:
B. C.G.HF. WATSON
I)IXNER HOUSE F r DURE 'WheeS r AN . Itor
* public gene~rly hacex0as aknrom
Pasener onth G & . . F,urea n ges. 8 C8h-sh3'
owe 2 mnuesfo dine a Poserty. e of Maa n
her, howil lwys in agod cab eapeedn
Terms-Dinner,,50illCents. Board pe
* G! S.CCHONDPVA.
alite attention and moderate charges. %
Terms-Dinner, 50 -Cents. Board per SAW FECUR
G. S. CHAPPELL, W i.t h o a t P o i t c
1Pak oo ca.# Pennerefor. - --