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TO TAN SKINS IITI THE
Remove the legs and other use
less parts ard soak the skin soft
then remove the fleshy substance
and soak in warm water one
hour. Take for each skin borax.
saltpetre and glauber salts, of
each half an ounce, and dissolve or
wet with soft water sufficient to
allow it to be spread on the flesh
side of the skin. Put it on with a
brush, thickest in the centre or
thickest part of the skin, and
double the skin together, flesh side
in, keeping in a cool place for
twenty-four hours-not allowing
it to freeze, however. Wash the
skin clean, and then take sal soda,
one ounce; borax, one-balf an
ounce; refined soap, two ounces;
melt them slowly together, being
careful not to allow them to boil
and apply the mixture to the
flesh side, as at first ; roll up again
and keep in a warm place for
twenty-four hours. Wash the
skin clean, as above, and have sal
eratus-twO ounces-dissolved in
hot rain water, sufficient to well
saturate the skin ; tb6e take alum,
four ounces; salt., eight ounces,
and dissolve also in hot rain water.
When sufficiently cool to allow
the handling of it without scald
ing, put in the skin for twelve
hours, then ring out the water
nnd hang up for twelve hours
more to dry. Repeat this last
soaking and drying, from two to
fo.ur times, according to the de
'sired softness of the skin when
- finished. Finish by pulting, work
*ing, &c., and finally by rubbing
with a piece of pumice stone and
fine sand paper. Thbis works ad
mirably on sheepskins as well as
furskins, making a durable leather.
This is not a ver~y expensive re
cipe, for, having tried it, I know
what it 2s.-orrepondlence Ameri
can Rural Bomne.
KEEPING POULT1Y TO Exaren
LAY.-Co,lonel Waring, in his
"Elements of Agriculture," says:
"Poultry dung is nearly equal in
value to Peruvian guano (except
.that it conius more water.) If
granted that a hen will consume
of the different kinds of grain,
meat and vegetables, during the
year, the equivalen t of two bush
els of corn, whbich weigh 120
pounds, then it istertainly low
enough to place the excrements
the result of the digestion of these
two bushels-an equivalent to
fifteen pounds of gzuano. As the
manure from 100 fowls during a
year amounts to 1,50.3 pounds of
guano. taking the above supposi
tion as at least safe, and 200
pounds is ordinarily sufficient for
an acre of corn, it will be seen
that the manure from 100 fowls
will make compost enough for
five acres." The experiment has
been tried by the writer of apply
ing to one acre of corn in the
hill the manure of twenty hens
one year, mixed with swamp
muck, in the proportion of one
part hen manure and three parts
muck, and the result was a better
crop than upon an adjoining acre
enriched, for the sake of experi
ment, with a good, fair, ordinary
dressing of stable manuare.
VY-UE oF' DIFFERENT FooDs.
The comparative value of horse
feed is found to be as follows : 100
pounds of good bay is equal in
value to 56 pounds of oats, 57
pounds of corn, 275 pounds of
carrots, 54 pounds of rye or bar
Icy, au(d 105 p)ounds of wheat bran.
Sueh tables, however carefully
'prepared, are too indefinite to be
of any practical value, and besides,
they are too liable to be affected
by attendant circumstanCes to be
For gape in chiekens, mix a
*!n~-~mf'~ I of black mustard
REN TING 1N FARMs.-We certinly
advocate the renting of farms by
young men, who have not suffic ut
capital to pur-hase laud. 'lae
ownership of land is by no
means necessary to success in
farming; on the contrary, there
are thousands of farmers who
would be better off if they bad
soine money in their possession to
stock a rented fafrm, ratherthan
own some land which they have I
not means to cultivate. Money
invested in land is well called real
estate, because there is no posses
sion surer than a piece of' land
that is paid for. But as a com
pensation for perfect security, the
interest derived from an invest
ment should be low. No farmer
can, or should, afford to pay more
than four per cont.'on the value of
land as rental. Interest has been,
and is, too high for the farmer's
profit. If farms can be rented
ior this rate, it would pay many
now owning land to rent instead.
Money used in fluctuating busi
nebs, such as the cultivation of
land, ought to pay from 10 to 20
per cent. Every good farmer
should be able to make that profit
from his working capital; that is,
live stock, tools, seed and fertili
zers. Therefore, one who rents
his land, provided he has a long
and secure lease at a reasonable
rate, 'shouA make more money
in proportion to his capital, than
he who owns his land. Every
farmer should, if he can, own his
own farm, and have safficient cap
ital to work it ; but as this is im
possible, then let those who can
not do. both, rent farms and use
sufficient capital to work them
thoroughly and profitably.
The successful farmer is he who
provides conveniences for the care
of his property and t,e perfo.
mance of his work ; he counts
time as an important item in the
yearly calculation, and care of' all
his various effects as a factor in the
aunual retturn. W hen he puts the
horse in the stable there is a place
for the harness where it will be
safe from weather or any other
damage ; his wagons and tools are
mrovided with coverings to pre
serve them ; about his premises
will be found a little shop or room
where he keeps saws, hammers,
vises, anger's and the various tools
that are needed to mend and put
in order the different machines he
uses. These simple articles pre
vent days and weeks of delay,
besides adding to the length of
time implements will last. It
pays to ~have conveniences, and
also to get what you do busy of
good quality.-Lanlcaster Farmer.
ORIGIN -oF PotULTRY.-it must
be confessed that Asia is the
home of our roost valuable domes
tic fowls, with the exception of
the turkey. At least to that con
tinent must we look for their
earliest don%stication. -Tho goose
and duck, however, appear to be
indigenous to no paticular quarter
of the globe. But the'genus Gallus
is udoubtedly, Asiatic, and it is
1to .t Es day found in India and
Java in a wild state, and affords
as much sport to the huntsmnan as
does the pheasant in England or
the prairie fowl in this country.
Udoubtedly all our varieties come
'from the Gallus Bankivat. Al
though the colors and markings
of the wild fowl are nearly uni
form.' there is sufficient variety
to account for the many changes
of which, under domestication,
the species is capable.--.Poultry
SAVE THE BoNEs.-Keep a bar
rel in which to throw all the
bones from the kitchen. When
you have collected a quantity
cover the bottom of' a tight hogs
head with a few inches of' ashes;
upon this pack closely a layer of'
bones, co?er with ashes and con
tinue.This with alternate layers of'
ashes and bones until the hogs
head or box is filled. Throw in a
pailful of' water and stand the ves
sel in the yard, where it will get
moisture from the rain. T he
bones will dissolve in a few
months arnd you will have a quan
tity of excellent fertilizing ma
Do not allow ashes of any kind
to be wasted. it will pay to haul
leached ashes several miles, when
one has his own team and a la
borer at fair wages. Coal ashes,
when spread around berry bushes
of any sort, or around grape vines,
will aid materially in producing
iar~e and fair fruit.
CENTIZAL FALL: R. I., Oct. 1f?. 1-'77
DR. H. R. STEvENS:
It is a pleasure to give my testimony for I
your valuable idicine. I was siek for a
long time with Dropsy, under I he doetor's
care. He said it was Water between the
Heart and Liver. - 1 rceeived no beneilt un
til I commenced taking the Vegetine: mt
fact. I was growing worse. I have i
many remedies; they did not hell) me.
VEGETINE is the medicine for l)ropsv. I be
gau to feel better after taking a few bottles.
I have taken thirty bottles in all. Iam per
fectly well. never lelt better. No one can
feel more thankful than I do.
I am, dear sir, gratefully yours,
A. D. WHEELER.
VEG%TINE.-WhIICi the blood becomes lite
less and stagnant, either from change of
weather or of climate, want of exercise,
irregular diet. or from any other cause. the
VEGETINE will renew the blood, carry off
the putrid humors, cleanse the stomach,
regulate the bowels, and impart a tone of
vigor to the whole body.1
For Kidney Complaint and
ISLESLDORO, ME., Dec. 28, 1477
Dear Sir,-I had a cough, for eighteen
years, when I commenced taking the VEG
ETINE. I was very low; my system was
debilitated by disease. I had the Kidney
Complaint, and was very nervous--cough
bad, lungs sore. When I had taken one
bottle 1 tound it was helping me; it has
lelped my cough, and it strengthens me.
I am now able to do my work. Never have
found any thing like the VEGETINE. I
know it is everyt hing it is recommended to
be. MRs. A. J. PENDLETON.
VEGETINE is nourishing and strength
ening; purifies the blood; regulates the bow
els; quiets the nervous system; acts direct ly
upon the secretions; and arouses the whole
system to action.
For Sick Headache.
EVANSVILLE, IND., Jan. 1, 1878
Dear Sir.-I have used your V.GETINE for
Sick Headache, and been greatly beneilted
thereby- I have every reason to believe 1t
to be a good medicine.
411 Third St.
11EADACHE.-There are various causes for
headache, as derangement of t he circulating
system, of the digestive organs, of the ner
vous system, &c. VEGETINE can be said to
be a sure renfedy fdr the many kinds of
headache, as it acts directly upon the va
rious causes of this complaint, Nervousness.
Intigestion, Costivenass. Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia. Biliousness4 &c. Try the VEGETINE.
You will never regret it.
Dir. CrAs. M. DtIDDENHAUSEN, Apothecary.
The doctor writes: I have a large numher
of good customers who take Vegetrne.
They all speak well of it. I know it is a
good medicine for the complaints for which
it is recommended.
Dec. 27, 1S77.
VEGETINE is a great panacea for our aged
fathers and mothers: for it gives them
strength. quiets their nerves, and gives
H. R. STEVENS. EsQ.:
Dear Sir,-We have been selling your
valuable Vegetine for three years, and~. we
ind tha:t it ;.iveS perfet4t satisfaLctioni. We
believe it to be the best blood puritier now
sold. Very resp)ectfully,
U)n. J1. E. Bit.)WN, & CO., Druggists.
VGGETINE has never failed to e'ffect a cure,
giving tone and strength to the system
debilitated by disease.
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
VEGETINE IS S?LD BY ALL DRUGSISTS.
May 1, 18-5t.
SPA RT ANBU RG, So. Ca.
S. B. CALCUT T, PROPRIETOR,
(F'ormer:ly of Palmetto IIouse.)
Hiouse well ventilated-rooms newly fur
nished and carpeted-tables supplied with
-he best in the market-attentive servants
-omnibus to all trains. Terms $2.00 per day.
Jan. 17 .-tf.
HIDEIS AND~ BARK WANTED.
The unidersigned wiebies to pu.rebase at
5,000 DRY OR GREEN HIDES,
300 CORDS TAN BARK,
And' has all kinds of LE ATHER, extra
finish, fogssie.t* A Milt. in connection
with Tanniery. 'Best quality of Meal made.
f~ar 1~~-3ir.. .4J. JONES.
TRY HOME FIRST.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
LIST OF PRICES,"
2 Rollers, 10 inches diameter. $35 00
2 " 12 " " 45 00
.2 " 14 " " .55 00
S 4 10 " " -.60 00
3 " 12 " " 70 00
o 14 " " 80 00
Above prices complete with Frame. With
out Frame, $10 less on each Mill.
iORFZO'lITAL, 3 Roll
eMillefor Steam or
Water Power; $150.
SEND YO.UR ORDERS FOR
My customers know that I have heretofore led
in style, quality and prices.
The time has come when these goods can b
North and West.
I do not go backwards, but continually raisi
styles. I have made reductions in prices where
in your hands a Price List that will help you to
I respectfully invite you to call and examini
elsewhere. Orders by mail will receive as muel
It would make the list too large to describe
room, Parlor Suites, Dining Room, Office, Stant
Dwarf Libraries, and Book Cases, manufactured
a few of the prices of goods kept by me.
No charge for drayage or packing.
Thanking you for past favors, I rema
G. V. DeG-RA A
Oct. 31, 1877-44-ly.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run daily, Sunday erepted,
connecting with the Fast Day Trains on South
Carolina RI iil Road up and down. On and after
Tuesday, March 19, 1878, the following will be
Leave Columbia, - - - 11.00 a m
" Alston, - - - - . 12.55 p =
" Newberry. - - - - 2.10 p m
;," Hodges, - - - 5.10 p M
Belton, , - - - 6.55 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 8.30 p M
Leave Greenville, - - - 7.45 a m
" Belton, . - 9.30 a m
Hodges, - 11 03am
Newberry, - - - 2.08 p in
Alston, - - - 3.40 p m
Arrive Columbia, - 5.15 p m
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
Leave Walhalla at, - - 6.10 a m
" Perryville, - - 650 am
" Pendleton, - - 7.40 a m
" Anderson, - - 8.35 a M
Arrive at Beltoir, - - 9.21 a m
Leave Belton at. 6.55 p m
" Anderson .7.5.0 p m
" Pendleton 8.45 P m
"1 Perry ville 9.*20 p mn
Arrive at Walhalla 10.00 p M
Laurens Branch Trains leave Clinton at 10.15
a. m. and leave Newberry at 2.15 p. in. on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
JABEZ NORTON, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CH.ARLESTON, March 3. 1878.
On and after Sunday next, the 3d instant,
the Passenger Trains on this road will run
(Sunday morning excepted.)
Leave Charleston at....9.00 a in afid 7.30 p m
Arrive at Augusta at...5.00 p m and 6.5-5 a iu
(Sunday morning excepted.)
Leave Charleston at.....5.00 a m and 8.30 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.10.50 a in and 7.45 a m
(Sunday morning excepted.)
Leave Augusta at........8.30 a m and 7.40 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.20 p m and 7.45 a in
Leave Columbia at.. . .6.00 p m and 8.00 p m
Arrive at Charleston at12.15 Night & 6.4.5 a mn
Leave Summierville................7.49 a m
Arrive at Charleston................8.40 a mn
Leave Charleston.....................3.15 p m
Arrive at Summnerville. ..............4.25 p m
ACCOMMODATION PASSENGER AND
(Daily, except Sundays.)
Leave Columbia at...............5.30 A. M.
Arrive at Branchville at.....12.25 Noon
L eave Branchiville at..............1250 Noon
Arrive at Columbia at...........7.00 P. M4.
Breakfast, Dinner and Supper at Branch
Connects at Kingville daily (Sundays ex
cepted) with Accommodation Train from
Columbia and with up Day Passenger Traim
from Charleston. Accommodation Train
connects atfBranchville with up and down
Augusta Day Passenger Trains.
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Central Railroad,
and Macon and Augusta Railroad. This
route is the quickest and most direct to At-.
lanta, Macon, Montgomery, New Orleans,
Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Louis, and other points in theNorthwest.
The Trains on the Greenville and Colum
bia and Spartanburg and Union and Blue
Ridge. Railroads make close connection
with the Train which leaves Charleston at
5 A. 3.!., and returning they connect in same
.manner with the Train which leaves Colum
bia for Charleston at 6 P. M.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at New
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail
road connects closely at their crossing near
Colubia with the train which leaves Char
leston at 5 A. M1. and with the tra.in which
leaves Columbia at 6?P. M1.
This is the quick Route to all points North
Leave Charleston at..........5.00 a mn
Leave Columbia at...........10.40 a m
Leave Charlotte at...........3.45 p m
Leave Danville at............10.30 p mn
Leave Lynchburg at..........1.05 a mn
Arrive at Washington.......... 8.10 a in
Arrive at Baltimore..........30 a m
Arrive at Philadelphia......... 1.45 p mn
Arrive at New York via "Lim 4.10 p m
Arrive at New York via Regu- 5.10 p'm
.ON'LY ONE NIGHT ON THE WAY!
Close connection. No Omnibus transfers
and no delays. Pullman Cars from Colum
bia to Wasliington, Washington to New
This is the only Route connecting with the
magnificent Sound Line of Steamers Out of
New York for Boston, every afternoon.
Passengers desiring to go from Danville
via Richmond will arrive in Richmond at
(1.05 A. M1., and in New York at 10.05 P. M.,
same as.the Route via Wilmington.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PICKENs, Gen. Pass. Agent.
SPARTANBURGIt & AS1lEVIIHE R. R.,
SPARTANBUR6, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R.
The following Passenger Schedule will be run
on and after October 22, 1877:
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
.&i-rive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Tryon City. .. 4.30 p. mn. 8.18 a. m.*
Landrums.... 4.46 7.42
Capabello... 5.06 7.42
Inan..... ...... . 5.26 ~7.22
Air Line Junct'n . 6.06 6.50
Spartanburg. 6.40 6.00* a.m. 8.15: 6.15
Pac olet............. 7.03 7.18 7 28
Jonesville...... 7.40 6.44 6.54
Unionville.... 9.01 524 6.04
Santuc........ 9.40 4.43 4.48
Fish Dam....... 10.18 4.19
Shelton........... 10.47 350 3.55
Lyles' Ford..... 11.04 . . 3.38
Strothers............ 11.32 3.18
Alston......... . 12.04t p. mn. 2.30
*Breakfast. fDinner. $Supper.
JAS. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
Harness and &addles.
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, .TONES & PARKER,
(Between Pool's'Hotel and the Post Office,)
Having bought the E NT I RE SJ0OC K
of the Harness and Saddle Man ufactory of
Messrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pre
pared to do all kinds of work in this line.
Also will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
SADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
of the best and cheapest. REPAIRING
and all work done to order
At Cash Prices and at Shortesti
AUGUSTA, GA., AUGUST 1, 1877.
the "FURNITURE" trade of the South,
purchased as cheap from me as in the
the standard of ny goods, and add new
ver possible, and spared no expense to place
my stock and prices before purchasing
Lattention as if given in person.
and copy all the different prices of Bed
ling, Parlor and Ladies' Desks, Secretaries,
by me, and therefore, this list contains only
in, yours respectfully,
F, Augusta, Ga.
Dry Goods and Xotionso
FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO
The Cry N for - Hampon!
And it finds a responsive echo in the
hearts of all, and gives universal satisfac
tion, but there is a void yet to be filled, all
over the land that other cry is loud and
GIVE US CHEAP
The man is no patriot or lover of his fellow
man who does not respond to this call. In
I Offer My Elegant New
Sping aodl ummner Goods
At such prices as will fill every heart with
joy. Come and see me or send an order..
-C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
Apr. 3, 14-tf.
GEORGE W. C40TWOETHY
DANL~ MILLER- &. UO6
DIPORTERS AND J0nnBERS OF
327 and 329 Baltimore
42 and 441 German Sts.,
Feb. 13, 7-6m.
WPatches, (locks, Jewelry.
WYTHES AiN 'JEWELIY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AN~D SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended tog
Watcimaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply end with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
Drugs A Fancy .articles.
*DR. E. E. JACKSON,
DItIGGIST ANB CHEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to storeuwodoors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
cals, Perfum~eries, Toilet Articles, Garden
and Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
EG(8FOI1 H ATClING,
From my Premiumn BUFF COCHINKS
~ ~ -
MARK THESE FACTS!
THE TESTIMONY of the WHOLE WORLD.
9- Let the Suffering and diseased read the
4@ Let all who have been givin up by Doc
tors, and spoken of asincurable, read the follow
Let all who can believe facts. and can
have faith in evidence, read the following.
Know all men by these presents, That, on this,
the Twentieth day of June in the year of Our
Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and S;xty
six, personally came Joseph Haydock to me
known as such, and being duly sworn deposed
as follows: That he is the sole general agent for
the United States and dependencies thereof for
preparations or medicines known as Dr. Hollo- i
way's Pills and Ointment, and that the follow
ing certificates are verbatim copies to the best of
his knowledge and belief.
[L. s.1 Notary Public,
14 Wall Street, New York.
June 1st, 1866.
Da. HOLLOWAY:-I take my pen to write you
of my great relief and that the awfal pain in my
side has left me- at last-thanks to your Pills.
Oh, Doctor, how thankful I am that I can get
some sleep. I can never write it enough. I
thank you again and again, and am sure that
you are really the friend of all suferers. I could
not help writing to you, and hop, you will not
take it amiss. JAMES MYERS.
116 Avenue D.
This is to certify tliat I was discharged from
the army with Chronic Diarrhea, and have
been cured by Dr. Holloway's Pills.
21 Pitt Street.
NEw YOR, April 7,-1866.
The following is an interesting case of a. man
employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring
melted iron into a flask that was damp and wet,
caused an explosion. The melted iron was
thrown around and on him in a perfect shower,
and he was burned dreadfully. The following
certificate was given to me, by him, about eight
weeks after the accident:
NEw Yonx, Jan. 11, 1866.
My name is Jacob Hardy; I am an Iron Foun
der. I was badly burnt by hot iron in Novem
ber last; my burns healed, but I had a running
sore on my -leg that would not heal. I trie
Holloway's Ointment and it cured me in a few
weeks . This is all true and anybody can see me
at Jackson's Iron Works. 2d Avenue.
J. HARDY, 119 Goerch Street.
Extracts from Vanous Letters.
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills gave me
a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvellous."
"1 send for another box, and keep them in the
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache that
"I gave one of yoor Pills to my babe for chol
era morbus. The dear little thing got well in a
"My nausea of a morning is now cured."
"Your box of Holloway s Ointment cured me
of noises in the hed. I rubbed some of your
Ointment behind the ears, and the noise has
"Send me two boxes, I want one for a poor
"I enclose a dollar, your price is 25 -cents, but
the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn mail, for Chills and Fever."
I have over 2 .0 such Testimonials as these,
but want of space compels me to conclude.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment is
most invaluable. It does not heal ext.ernally
alone, but penetrates with the most searching
effects to the very root of the evil.
Invariably cure the following diseases:
Disorcders of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs, whether
they secret@too much or too little water; or
whether they be afflicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these Pills should be ta'.
ken according to the printed directions, and the
Ointment should be well rubbed into the small
of the back at bed time. This treatment will
give almost imimediate -relief when all other
means have failed.
For Stomahs out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve the
tone of tfle stomach as these Pills; they remove
all acid ity, occasioned either by intemperance or
improper diet. They reach the li-ver and reduce
it to a healthy action; they are wonderfully effi
cacious in cases-of spasm--in fact they never fail
in curing all disorders of the liver and stomach.
Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known in
the world for the following diseas-s:
Bilious Complaints, LieCmpats
Blotches on the Skin, Lmao
Bowel Complaints, Pls
Constipation of the RentoofUi.
Bowels, Srfl,rKn' vl
Consumption, Sr hot
Erysipel as,Tu rs
Fevers of all ikinds, Vnra fetos
Gout. Wekes-o n
Headache, cue e
None are enuinePules, h intr fJ
derng uchinfrm Rion esmaetoism, de
tectinof nyp rtyoetesonerfitin.
the edicnes r vedirgthela, knowEig
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N. .-Drection for ms uda of ains
Nov. 25cause,y &ow
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hnsome rewrdin imeiteay oppsie te
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164 KING STREET,
DHARLESTON, S. C.:
Your attention is called to the following
'hoice line of Ladies and Gcnts' Underg:a
nents at prices below competition. Ou1
roods are made trom the best materials,
leitly tinshed on double thread machines
)y expert operators. All orders promlptly
mXccuted and satisfaction guaranteed or
LADIES' PRICE LIST.
Plain Chemise Good Cotton, - 0 50
row corded bands,good cotton, - 0 75
row corded or yoke 1and, Wainsutta
cotton. - - - - - - - - CO
fcked yoke, 'Fruit'cotton, - - 1 00
Eamburg edge and inserting, 'Fruit' cot
tonl. - - - - - - - - I I0
Elarnburg edge and inserting tucked
front.'Fruit' cotton, beautiful, - 1 35
Embroidiery and tucks, ex. fine cotton, 2 00
Edge and puffs, extra fine cotton, - 2 5 u
ood cotton, j Yoke Tucked, - - $1 00
Good cotton, tucked yoke, - 1 25
Good cotton, tucked yoke and edging. 2 00
Good cotton, tucked and inserting yoke
edging, . . . . . . . 3 00
Wainsutta cotton, tucked yoke, - 2 00
Good cotton, edge and tucks, - - 0 q)
Good cotton, rnffle and tucks, 0 75
Good cotton.hem and three tucks, -- 00
Extra finc cotton. tucks and edge, - 1 00
; tucks and hem, fine cotton, - 075
10 tucks and hem. fine cotton, - 1 00
Tuchs and flounce, fine cotton, - - 2 25
Londsdale cambric. 6 tucks, - - 1 00
Elegant skirts, 15 tucks, fine cotton, 1 20
Cambric, - - $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2 50
Cambric. with edge, - . - - - 1 00
Extra, with edge and puffs, - - - 1 50
Superior, edging and inserting, '- 2 00
We manufacture, in addition to the above,
a variety of styles that space will not per
.nittheir insction. Linen Goods, Aproz,
Children's Goods and Infants' Robes. 0
To measure for Chemise, send length of
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Njghit Dresses, l.-ngtli of dress, sleeve.
around the bust and neck. For Ladies'
Drawers, around the waist and length. For
Toilet Sacques, same as Night Dresses. For
Corset Covers, around the waist and bust.
.GENTLEMENS' -PRICE LIST.
SHIRTS of all Linen frqn $3.00 to $5.00.
SHIRTS of 'W amsutta L. C., extra
fine Linen fronts, - - - . $2 50 ca.
SHIRTS of Wamsutta L. C., fine
Linen fronts. - - - - 2 00 ea:
SHIRTS of Wamsutta L. C., good
Linen fronts, - - - - 1 75 ca.
SHIRTS of Wamsutta-L. C., Linen
front (unlaundried), - - - 1 50 ea.
PALM SHIRTS of Wamsutta Long
Cloth and fine Linen front, finish
ed except button holes and gas
sets, bands on sleeve, - 1 00 ea.
JEANS DRAWERS. from 50 cents to 1 00 ea.
CANTON F. DRAWERS, from 75c. to 1 25 ca.
To measure for Drawers, send length of
inside seam. and around the waist.
49 Directions for measuring sent on ap
plication. Nov. 21, 47-6m.
Tis standard article is corn
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It restores gray or faded hair to
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It removes all eruptions, itching
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the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grow thick and
As a dressing, nothing has been
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A. A. Hayes, M. D., State As
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selected for excellent quality ; and
I conisider it the BEST PREPARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
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at discretion. It is easily applied,
being~in one preparation, and quick
ly and effectually produces a per
mnent .color, which will neither
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Manufactured by R. P. HALL & Co.,
NASHUA, N. H.
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SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
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The PHYSIO. OF. MARIA4
Y2z~ ~io.~0 ",4;
Th PRIAT i- EDcaI.D E
wa C*e-q iEnweo
Apr. 17, 16-6r.
Who baa ba fet= ze!e im fth ft"tne'* Of fth
seual* ftrue s e andfanletbim pbyi
-n th e;gvs the r .ey of the 19thCewtry
prciei istew Baram' enfaitle
The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Bokstatpre: l .a mreCe Co., hal m .
te pertunng tOo nd Werae"& ashm e tesurld
wan longfeltC They sze beasitW-Wr r ihnautienS2dIf
language, e aily diderstood. b2e two books embrawso
in Dr. B .xc new r n 'a s the ii
acter but is Domdt2t W. ryA * OUEN
W the victh orly, t ennntN
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pro e. 17,y 16-1y. onI
to.- ES ABis 1,01E=L 1
bothin one volume, W; in ClOhn
M2ctst extza. Sentune el
Aepricn an Fore an
The Redy of the 19th canturo
to~~~~ Inefrne wae eored th,e HaenTos;
LOD bBrte oanrsams nfAigenti
in dandall disorders ra g ton 'y ni s
Stats Curt Cnd Deparmnts.
eeo orexe Any Dgst as eaafldtdI
prseuedr the speyCr fSupraleef ot h
dients. Dt., W. JoCUiS . CO, rtO M
west sixth seet, CimseStr 0
Commissin andal -srse wa claim bore o
war,or heirheis, rn?an casesenti o. d
mone.afrom t7 Government,ofwhihhe
hApr. 17o knowldg.Wieflitrfsr
c,Ansttornemount ofLay, ?trbut
Ameeierns samp, aoein at epl,ter
Patntsproure insi ones. No,s x
ed, rftueed for injredinthelateiwar, ermia
tions.ly, caddtoan sfrobtainiapnin ayngan
copndscin a reearn.iteca atntionrease.
to pIndtnferma ionwi befrished ree
inditeden States Geneal lzatn Oftfi -
o Ints orn Cates.rvt an lis
MiningPre-emp t and DeometCss
tnsprosecuted the Sene Court ofRen
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Th at eoto h omissioners of'AaaaCam,Suhr Cthes
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Arre4nercs of 1855 and pro ats. W a
ar, for their hers arei acste et.Wir
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eduture furnjed withe ate wnfrationand
propery aer obn apenion, mto us. e~
psions caren eeuntiless sucIersuletamps
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Is note peasil ered myintese confs,
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Address at once, I-I. flALL~T~ -& CO., Port
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