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Uucle Gube's Story.
Tho scone.opens in a Sau "Francisco j
Lodgingll^yi,, jsj^ora a,|qt of drovers
is Uu^fow^B^i?0^?118 of tho
Uncle Gabe's partner for tho night
dr*W? theutletiUoti of the boys, by s'ui
a^r^uAMslso.^rHeio Gabe ! what makes
vyB*%oB*??h t\<b>9e> tailed shirt? Well
now, fellows, I've worn long tailed shirts
nigh on to thirty years. I lost a gal
?m\ljntyy"rffi'^ *'l0lfc tui'?d shirt,
auMfl#t*twrl?jtcep still I'll tell you
'Jftfirty yoars ngo I was a tolerable
^MH^PMttaift? lived in Texas, and in
the summer of 1842, sorao folks moved
out thai from East Teunessoe, old friends
of|urrnytnd thoy^had three likely gals. J
ihe^eSesPor width I had a kiudcrbatik- |
cring arter back in tho old State. Well,
they had boou out thero five or six weeks j
?fttf^^py^' ^ut tno s,1"d'iy ".t'tor
l*(foterm?ned I would striko out, I
bought men pair of ten dollar pants aud
a fancy ready-made shirt, of a Jew.?
.Well whjfn I cutne to put on tho shirt
ihaJaUidve out just below my waisband
aboW four" Ibohes, It was all tho clean
ouo I had, nud I wera't a going to back
It Vero nil of thirty miles to my gal's
house, aud as I started late I didn't
muko it till late, and uothiug to cat
since breukfast I arrived tolerable wol
The.y had just got into a new double
log house, the end tbey wcro living in
was dobed and chinked, but tho other
end only had the roof on The old man
helped ' tire put up my mustang pony
Iffy,(rTe; went up to the houso.
Well I A\is kind of bashful and sot
down in tho chin.coy corner, and rite
along tho side of me sot a long handled
frying pan' the kind they use on tho
plains you know, I got to running first
cue finger xlhon another in the hole iu
the handle, and at last I got my middle
finger in aud fast, aud I oouldn't got it
out, for I pulloal and sweated, but it
wern't no use. it were there. Just then
they asked me to set up to supper, but
I said Iliad cat a late dinner nud wern,t
a bit hungry, but Lord I wero orful
hungrey, aud grub a cooking made me
wuss. Put while they wero ut supper
I^Wmy fiuger Otiten the hole. Well,
1 talked to my gal till about 10 o'elook,
then she showed mo a bed iu the unfin
ished end of tho ? house where I turned
in for the balance of the night tolerable
happy and miserably hungrey. The
wind blowed iu through the cracks be
tween the lops ou my head pretty cvdd
to T toot.k my now casimcre pants and
stuck in the crack aud I went to sleep.
I was woke up in the morning by heat
ing tho gals gcttiug breakfast, so I
thought I would got up and reached for
my pants in the crack but thoy wern't
tilgte**? I thought they had dropped
?rtat0*nB&e drfttik and I riz up and looked
thro'?and cuss my old buttons if so:n
oung calves hadn't found tho;n and
chawed them all to pieces. 1 1 lid down
and softly cussed them calvc3.
Pretty soon one of the gals come to
tho door asked mo to get ready and
cujfajl&reitfcfffist, but* I told her I was
siek aud couldn't eat, at the same time
?i could havtv cat a briled dog, i i*
s* ^ffcy'oil cat their grob and the gab
f?eot to milk, and I could look throu;
'.to crack and sco them when th jy got
liro, milking, and then they come back
.id sot tho milk buckets inside the back
!oor of my room, at the foot of the bed
jd went back to part the cows from
he calves,so thinks!, now ismy chance
ogct a good drink of milk, out of bo 1
.jumped and gathered a big wooden
nWrei by each side, and was just Icttin
run down my throat when the cussed
: jil d.oped back over my bead, aud
fe'g^ard the gals comming, I knowed I was
a'bad fix, so. I stood, uiy grout! I?opm
.10 the door, in prauced all three of
? gals for the buckotSy when I gazed
.?... .....,t,.j w.v, luu uu^u *>? me
??O :-ket on my neck, and they did not
car to see tho sh >w until they got
iy oloso to me,then they give a little
i and a whist, and I was by tny.sclf,
uui l give the bnoko* a twist and got
'l iny neck, aud kicked it under the
. v-j, aud crawled back into my old
? l . :.
. 'urty soorn tho old man come in and
tiin of all my miserable luck, and
ier just laid down rolled over
?.W l?ffed ot mc, but ho lent mo a pair
ants, and thoy war as much to big
?y shirt was too little. I got my
. itang pony to start home when, they
d me to call again, but I did not, 1
t home aud eat enough to make me
for a w?'jk, but I got over it, and 1
til for Kalifornia' and I don't go
h on uiiik, young calves, short tailed
a, or Jew peddlers sisco that no
he uuisaueu<ol the rarly moruing, is
about the sizo of o turkey buzzard,
, o bite is ns fatal to tho last few
' of tarn balmy as the butt of a hy
io ram> A base bull club is orga
- to catch him. w ?*?
VOR I'lllJU lI.'V? HIB BIOOU.
I vl ?K ? A ?'"i (y ' The reputation this ex*
cellout medicine unjoys.
Is derived from its cures,
many of which ere truly
oasos of Scrofulous dis
ease! where the s/item
Bcemcd saturated with
corruption, have beca
puriilcd and cured by it.
Scrofulous affections and
disorders,whicli wore ng
gravatcd by tho scrofu
lous contamination until
they wcro palnfullv afflicting, have been radically
cured In sue*' greift numbers In almost every sec
tion of tho country, that tho public scarcely need
to be info'ined of its virtues or uses.
ScofuK us poison is ono of tho most destruc
tive enemies of our raco. Often, this unseen and
unlult tenant of tho organism undermines tho con
stitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling or fa
tal disonsos, without exciting a suspicion of its
presence. Again, it seems to breed infection
throughout the body, and then, on some favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its
hideous forms, either on tho surfaco or among the
vitals. In tho latter, tubercles may be suddenly
deposited In tho Innga or heart, or tumors formed
in the liver, or It shows its presence by eruptions
on the skin, or foul ulcorauons on somo part of
the body. Hence tho occasional use of a bottlo
of this Sarsaparllla is advisable, oven when no
active symptoms of disease appear. Persons af
flicted with tho following cum plaints generally
hud immediate relief, ami, at length, core, by tno
use or tills .s.t its.1PA u I I. I, A: Bt. Antho
ny's Eire. Koto or Erysipelas, Tetter, Hall
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Bore Eyes.
Bore Ears, and other eruptions or vlriblo forma
of Scrofulous disease. Also in the moro con.
cealcd forms, as Dyspepsia, Dropsy, JIear\
Disease, Etta, Epilepsy, Neuralgia, any
the various Uleerous affections of the lnusculM
and nervous systems.
Syphilis or Vcnr.eal and Mercurial Dis
eases aro cured by it. though a long time is re
quired for subduing these ode Una to maladies by
any medicine. lint long-continued use of this
medicine will cure tho complaint. Eeueorrhaa
or IVhltes, Uterin? tTlcerations. and Eetnale
Diseases, aro commonly soon rclioved and ulti
mately c?red by Its purifying and invigorating
effect. Minute directions for each caro aro found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheumatism
and Oout, when caused by accumulations of ex
traneous mattors In tho blood, yield quickly to It,
aa(i\boZiverContplaints, Tornidity, Conges
tion or Inflammation of tho JAver, and Jaun
dice, when arising, as they offen do, from the
rankling poisons in tho blood. This 8ARSA
EARIIttiA is a great restorer for tho strength
an?t vigor of tho system. Thoso who aro Lan
guid and JAmtlemm, Despondent, Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or
Eears, or any of tho affections symptomatic of
Weakness, will find immcdiato relief and con
vincing evidence of its restorative power upon
P It ET A FED BT
Dr. X. C. AYEB A CO., lowell, Haas.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist*.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERY WHERE,
may 11 c ly
Every year increases the popu
larity of this valuable Hair Prep
aration, which is duo to merit
alone. Wo can assure our old
patrons that it is kept fully up to
its higli staudard; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Gray on Faded
II.wit to its youthful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. Tho
scalp, bv its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions and
dandruff, and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except iu
extreme old age. It is the most
economical 11 air-Dressing ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes,
Sl.D., Stato Assaycr of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents are
pure, and carefully selected lor ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
tho Bust Preparation for its
Sold byall Druggist* and Dealers In Medicines.
Price Ono Dollar.
FOR THE "WHISKERS.
A* our Hencwer in many eases
requires too long, a time, and too
much care, to vestorogray or faded
Whiskers, wo have prepared this
dye, in one preparation', which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
tuis result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Centd.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
c<ay II c ly
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
No. 8 N. Charles Street
BAL TIMORB, MD.
Organtztil and Derotttl f?itirtly to Preparing
fotvny and ?Middle cy/ged a/ten
to bbcoxs raoaocua
OVER 2500 YOUNG MEN
SOUTHERN STA TES
have GRADUATED at Ik it INSTITUTION, and
are nmo/Illing Responsible end I.neraiive Petttltnt in
the leading BANKS AND BUSINESS HOUSES cj
THERE ARE NO VACATIONS. Students can
enter at any time.
Sferiat Individual Inttruciion and rueetst guaran
tted. Send'/or College De. urn en it and splendid Sped'
tttens of Pentnanthip. Enclose tics Postage Stamps.
A ? til rest all Cemtnuntcatiemt te
if. H. SADZEJl, Pre**t.
Sotdhern Business College,
BAL TIMORE, MD.
?*W raliV*. (Can you afford to have your Homestead tutiesured ?) mmm
LIVERPOOL, LONDON & GLOBE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital ?20,000,000 Qoiipd
(This solid English Company paid over throo million Dpllan at Chiago Fire)
PIEDMONT & ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY?
Tho leading Southern Company?all South Carolina Premiums invested in South Carolina.
JAS. H. FOWLES, agent.
At Citizens' Saving Batik.
for n.11m2.?100 ACRES LAND on Belleville Road, 1J mihi? from tho Court
House, ('?*>() acres Cleared and 50 Woodland.)
Also 10,000 BRICKS for sale. Apply t o JAS. FI. FOWLHS.
mar 23 e ly
BUY YOUR SPRING GOODS
He has iost opened a SELECT STOCK, comprisim: all the LATES1
STYLES of DRESS iOODsYsuch o* Jopaneso, Oheuc fl'oplins. Dully Varden
Silk Brocho, Granadines and Silk Stripe, Sprauuo and Pucifie, L iwns. Fronen
Colored and Linen Lawns, Dress Liucns, Piques and Silk Leno. a speciality at 7
yards to $1. Also some of the Choicest Patterns "f Fauoy English Cassinicre",
Coatings, Cloths, blaek Cassimores, Tweeds, Cottonades, Jeans and Linen Drill-.
He has also a large supply of Brown and Blue Shirtings, Tickings, Stripes. Dent
ins, &c. SHOES of every description, among them a nice lot of Ladies Caitci
Ready-made Clothing, Hats. <to.. and a very General Stock of Groceries, Hard
ware, fee , all of which will be sold Low Down for Cash.
Thanking tho public for their kind patronage, I solicit a continuation of the
same. J. McNAMARA.
apl 20 c ly
A LARGE and SELECT STOCK of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which will be SOLD at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, consisting of
New Style DRESS GOODS.
Figured ?nd Plain MUSLINS.
LAWNS, CAMBRICS und NANSOOKS,
PIQUES of overv Pattern and Price.
Good Style CALICOES.
Pique and Dress TRIMMINGS.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, Sic.
Ttil.lo and Shirting LINENS.
C ASS IM F, R E8, COT TON A DES.
CLOTHING nod HATS of the Lutea?
SPECI AL ATTENTION called to the Large Stock of Ladies nnd Genta BOOTS and
SHOES, SADDLERY, HARNESS. HAKD.WA.RE, GROCERIES, WINKS, LIQUORS, ?o.
RUSSELL ST. ORAXCIJBL'RG. S. C.
apl 20 ljo oet 7
WILHELM TEE?DOEE MULLEE
HAS just returned from CHARLESTON
with the best selection of SEED
HUSH POTATOES ever brought to Oranjry
tuirg. He had on hand the
and PEACH BLOOM.
Also nnotlier CHEAP LOT of IIA MS from
10 to 1r> cts mit lb.
White NORTHERN PEAS.
Green and Yellow GARDEN FE AS.
Fine YELLOW ONIONS.
A lot Of Prime New York SMOKED
rONGUES at '.0 Cent;'.
BREMEN LAG AR by the dos., delivered
free of charge 11 nnv House.
SWT-KT CIBER on draught.
MALL and GRIST?B?lted und unbolted.
A splendid selected WHOLE STOCK ol
Men's, Women's ami boy's SHOES.
Also a lot of Fanner's Indispensable Dn
plcmcnts, such as TRADES, HAMES. AXES,
M ANCHE FORKS and PLOW LINKS.
He also now keeps on hand a SAMPLF
DARREL of the World-wide, wcll-knowi
COMMON WHISKIES from $1.40 up
The REST Double Distilled Will T E WIN I'
VINEGAR in the Village, without any ex
l.-o" Claiming my small share of the trad<
and thanking my FRIENDS and CUSTOM
ERS for pant favors, they will please reinem
ber the NAME and PLACE.
All Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
W. T. MULLER (Not MILLER,)
WAY DOWN HQ UNI) THE CORNER.
WOULD INFOPM THE PUBLIC THAT TIE IS STILL CARRYING ON THE OA li
nage Making In nil its various branches, and will Manufacture or Repair at Ihr
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am i'.ls;vprepared with
NEW PRESS AND C, N TO GIN AND V \CK COTTON
SHORT NOTTCE. Cotton GFNNED AT MA' MILL has brought from ] to J cent more
than that Ginned on the common Gins,
oct 8 apl 2?ly II. RIG GS.
NEW CARRIAGE ESTABLISHMENT! I!
DOYLE, & WILES,
I)ESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF ORANGEBURG COUNTY THAT
\j they haveperehascd tho
CARRIAGE. SHOPS AND WORKS OF THOS. RAY
Aud ore CARRYING ON the
CARRIAGE BUS IN E S B
In all its BRANCHES. Ordersleff with UH will bn PROMPTLY FILLED
All kinds of REPAIRING NBATDY DONE and with DLSlMTClIi.
COFFINS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
;doym; wim:s *v co..
,icc 17 c Ornngfhnrg, 8 C.
Save Your Money !
J. P. HARLEY'S
AND buy CHEAP Dry Goods, Boots,
tinocs, Huts, Cups, &c, of wbioh be
has just received a fresh Supply.J
FLOUR of all grade?.
SUGAR und COFFEE
of all grades.
Besides numerous other articles in my
QrooQry Department ull of which I au? soil
ing at Prices not to bo excelled for CHEAP
NESS in the Town. Come und see for your
Jlf^y" All Persons indebted to me must paj*
up immediately us 1 am ceinpclled to olose
my books. A word to the wise is sufficient.
J. P. HARLEY.
oct 14 may 27 o ly
j. Wslksb, TroprUtor. R. II. McDox.lo a Co., !?:?..-. .-. a
Oil. AgtDU, San i unVo, C.I., and M Comm?rrs ttratt, N. T.
PHI.l.IONS near Testimony to tbclr
Wonderful ('urnlive Effects.
Thoy are not a vile Fuucy Drink, Madoof Poor
It um. Whiskey, Proof Snirlta and lie Tu no
I.I a n or ? doctored, ?plccd nnd sweetened to please tha
taste.callod "Tonics" "Appotiacr*," "UestorcrB,"??C.,
that lend the tippler on to drunkonnoa* and ruin,but oro
a true. Mcdiciuc.mado from the Nativo Hoots and Herb*
of California, free from nil Alcoholic fSllmu
Innte. They uo the Git EAT HI,(>(>!> l'llil
FIERnnd A M PK GIVING PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Ronovtitor and InvlKor.itor of tho System,
carrylngoff all poisonous matter and restoring thcblocd
to a henltliy condition. No person can take those Bit
ter* according to direction! and remain long nnwcll.
provided their bonos are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond tho point of repair.
They nro n Gentle PnrjrnilTone well nan.
Tonlr, i ? ?? also, the peculiar merit of acting
as a poweiful njrent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of tho I.iver, and all theVisocral Organ*.
FOR FEMALE COM PLAI NTH, In young or
old, marrted'or slllRlO, at tliodawn of womanht-od or at
the turn of life. Uicsc Tonic Ditters have uo equal.
For Inflaminnlory nud Chronic Rhrnmn
tlsm nnd Gout, Dynpcpntn or Indigestion,
llllloua, Remittent nnd Intermittent Fe
vers, Diaenacs of the lilood, I.iver, Kid
neys nnd Bladder, these Ilittcra havo been mo?t
successful. (Such Ulseases arc caused !>y Villnled
lilood, Wtltoll iaucncrally produced by derangement
of thi Dlgcatlve Oranna.
RY8PEPMIA OR IN DIGESTION, n>id
acho. Tain in tho Shoulders, Couchs, Tightness of tho
Chest. Dirxineu, Sour ?ructations of the Stomach.
Dad Taste In the Mouth, liilious attacks, I'alpllatlon of
the Heart, Inflammation of the l.un;?. Tain in the re
gion* of tho Illdney*. and a hand red other painful symp
toms, aru the oftiprinir* of Dyspepsia.
They Invicoiato tbo Stomach an.l*timul*to>tho torpid
l.lrer and Dowels, which rentier thctn of unequalled
efficacy in cltanrlns tho blood of all Impurities, and im
porting new life and rigor to the wbulc system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions,Tetter. Salt
IUieuni, Dlotcbi s. Spots, Pimple?. Pustules, Dolls, Car
buncles. Hins-Worni?. Scald Head. Sir- Byes, F>>-ipc
las. Itch, Scurf*. Discoloration* of the Skin. Hnuxm mi
Plaeaaei of the Skin, of "vhutevrr name or nature, are
literally due up and carried out of tlu> ?ystci in s (h?rt
time by tho use ot these Kilter*. Uue bottle in su. li
eases will contiuco the most lucredulou* of their cura
Cleanse the Vitiated Dloi-d wheneTor yen Ond Its im
purities bursting; through the skin In Pimples, Erup
tion* or Sore* ; cleanse it when you find It obstructed
and ilurci'h in tho vein*: cleanse it when it i* foul,
and your foclin?* will tell you when. Keep tho blood
pare, and tho hi alth of tha system will follow.
Piu, Tnpc, und other Worms, lurkina In the
?y*tem of ?o many thousands, are effectually destroyeJ
and removed. tVy* a distinguished physioloirlst,
there is scarcely oi. Individual upon the face of the
earth win.*., bodr ?* exempt from the pTeeence of
worms. It is not upon the healthy element* of the
body that Worm* exist, tint Upon the ili'vascd humor*
and slimy doimslti- that br-ed these llvlnir monster* of
disease. .No System of Medicine, no vermifuge*, no
anthtlmintUs will freu the system from worms like
tri. ? Bitters.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. d. II. Mi'WlNAl.D V CO,
Draw cists and Uon. Atrrnt*. San r'r?n-lseo. California,
and 3t and 31 Commerce Street. New York
uarsoLu dv all duuugists and dealers.
THE GREAT* BLOOD -PURIFIER.
IV ?es-iiiir powerful (avlgoraling
These Ditters aro positively invaluablo In
f|tf^M|i^fwl|aM j .\m jsydj j*ll|?jaTflvrt"i
' They purify tho system, and will euro
Remittent and Intermittent fever?,
and oro a prevontivo of Chilis and fever.
Ail yield to their powerful cflicacy.
ua * i lit wivix e i r*Mit\<m
Axe an antidote to change of WaUr and Diet.
to tho wasted frume, and correct all
iflaial^nliteitniHMsTa iBflsn^%**tA A J?l|l*iS
Wi*.i sura days of suffering to tho ?ick, and
frm u i a-^i* a\^vi $ tra a t?} u u a
Tho grand Panacea for all tLc ills of life.
TRY ONE .BOTTLE
Mill 6earin^,Shaftin^ Pulleys
' l^SEND F0RAC1RCUlA^a-&'
SOUTH (CAROLINA RAILROAD
Charleston, S. C. December 28, 1871.
ON AND AFTER 8?NDAT DECEMBER
24, the Passenger Train on the South
Carolina Ruilroud will run ua folio If s i
Leovo Charleston.8.10 A. 4L;
Arrive at Augusta.,?..4.20 F. >>.
Leave Charleaton....f.8.10 A. M.
At rive at Columbia.4.05 P. M.
Leave Augusta.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P. M.
TI1KOUGU WILMINGTON TRAIN
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. M.
Arrive nt Kingvillo.9.00 A. M.
Leave Kii.gvillo.12.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.0 30 P. M.
a?ou8ta MOIIT EXPKE88-8t!SDAT8 KXCF.ptei)
Leave Charleston.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.....7.<10 A. M. I
Leave August:,.0.00 P. M. 1
Arrive at Charleston.5.55 A. M.
COMIMUIA moot EXPRESS?ION DAYS KXCKPT
Leave Charleston.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia ....7.30 A. M.
Lca-e Columbia.6.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleaton.7.00 A. M.
8U8IMKR VI l.l.l'. TRAIN.
Leave Summerville at.7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.8.4S A. M.
Leave Charleston at.8.30 P. M.
Arrive nt Summerville at.?.4.45 P. M.
cam den branch.
Leave Camden.C.15 A. M.
\rrive nt Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave (Yohimbin.1.45 P. M.
Arrive nt Camden. 0.25 P. M.
Day aild Night Trains make close connec
tion at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and
Central R mi road.
Night Train connects with Macou and
Columbia Night Train connects with
Greenville and Colombia Railroad, and with
Charlotte Road to points North.
Camden Train connects at. Kingville daily
(except Sundays) w it h nny Passenger Train,
and i'ii n j through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B, Piokens. General Ticket Agent.
GKO. S. HACKER,
DOOR. SASH AND BLIND FACTOY,
C'liarlcetori, S. ?'.
THIS is AS LARGE AND COMPLETE
a Factory ns there is in the South.
We keep no Northern ^'ork to till Country
Orders. Send for Price List.
Factory and Warerooms King-Street, op
posite, Canuon-St., on line of City Rnilwuy.
Address GfcO. S. BACKER;
P. O. Uox 1TO. Charleston, S C.
BO] I 0 v?c ly
ECONOMY I$ADS TO
WALT II !
riMlE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
J inform the citizens of Columbia and
jurrouuding Country, that they have perma
LOCATED IN COLUMBIA;
in 1 otTer to the public n large assortment of
FA SI I IOiViKLE CI*OTDIi\G
FUR A/AS II IS (i G 00D8,
HATS, CAPS, ETC.
FUttCIl VSING OCR GOODS at first class
houses and for cash, wo defy Competition.
Call and examine our STOCK and con
vince yourscll thai von can S\YE MONEY
by purchasing at oar Establishment.
CO UN TRY M ERCIIANTS are respect fully
invited to examine onr Stook, being assured
that we can sell CHEAPER than any other
! louse in t lolumbia.
S. STRAUS ? URO.,
Lader Columbia Hotel,
oct 7?tf Columbia, S. C
The Celebrated Fertilizers.
FOR SALE RY
Wilcox, UibSit* A- Co.,
Importkbs '.m> Dealkpi ifc Guanos,
1 is Ray .s'.'., Unwound A,
159 Fast Bays Ghnr!e$tpn\ S. (J.
For further Information npplv r addrta*
as above for Almanac for 1871L
BULL, SCOVILL k PIKE.
\ gents at Or.mge.bnrg, S. C.
uu -0 ,vco: *in
Doors, Sashes, Blinds &e,,
P. P. TOALB,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
No. 20 Hayne Street and Horlbeck's Wharf
OHARLE8TON, 8. G.
Sf^T" Thin ia tbo Largest and most Com
plete Factory of the kind in the Southern
States, and all articles in this line caw be
furniahed by Mr. P. P. 'JuAf.it at prices which
jjr>j~ A pamphlet with fttn nfffl detailed*
Bat ?>f all ?i/.cs of Doors Saaliea and Blind?/
and tho prices of each, will be sent free ane>
post Paid, on applioatiod to"
i P. P, TOAO%
CHARLESTON, S. C/
july 16 wee
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE ME
DALS AWARDED. i.M
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
BALTIMORE, MD. .
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These Instrumenta hare been beforo the
Public for nearly Thirty Years, and Opoa
their excellence nlone attained and unjntn
rha.ied prt-miincnre, which pronounces them
TONE, . <\
- And DURABILITY,
?jvay All our SQUARE PTANOS have onr
New Improved OVEKSTHUNO SCALE and
the AGRAFFE TREBLE.
tS&Hf We would call special attention to onr
late Patented Improvements in GRAND
PIANOS and SQUARE GRANDS, found in
no other Piano, which bring the Piano near
er Perfection than has not yet been attain
F.vor.y Plhno fully War-ranted
for Fire Years.
We an? by special arrangement ena
bled it f,irtn>b PA RL< VA. ORGANS and ME
LODEONS of the most celebrated makers,
Wholetaie and Retail at lctce.it Factory ?' Prt
Ce*' ? '* 1 "?? 'A t'iti .J. ? r.
Illustrated Catalogues nr.d Price* Lifcts
promptly fiirniab-jd on application to
WM. KNABE & CO.. Baltimore. Md.
Or nny of our regular established agencies.
MON K If <M SNOT~ M IJ Y IT!
For Slfrlit 1? Prlcclc-sa!!
BUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL
tw ADC ?.SS?rl jfiSr-^assK
If you value your Eyesight ?sc these Per'-"
feet Lenses. Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles. Molted together, and derive their
name ??Diamond" on account of their Hard
ness and Urillianey. They will last many
ycari' without change, and ure warranted
superior to all othors Lu use.
Manufactured by tbe Spencer Optical
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuing nnUss a tarn p
<? 1 with our trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agents through
out the Union.
E. J. OLIVEROS,
jan 20?ly Orangcburg, S. C.
TRIUMPH ANT 1
Wilminotos, N. C, August 2Ist, 1871.
For tho largest production of Cotton to
the acre. 1,000 lbs. Carolina Fertiluekh.
For the largest production of Wheat to
the acre, 1,000 lbs. Carolina Fkrtilizkr.
The above premiums are for crops pro^
duccd with tho use of tho Carolina Fertili
zer nlone, or iu combination with plantation
manures only, nud the awarding of said
premiums in left discretionary with tbe
committee of the Association under their
SANDERS, OATES & CO.,
Agents at CbarieUe
Lai.-rasier. S. ?.
Wa.xhaws, Lancaster CowJtTt, 9. C.
To 1'. /'. Zimmerman, ZTm, Seeeetary of the
Fair of the Carohnax, Charlotte, X, C.:
The tollowiug i- a eotvect statement trt
Cotton raised l>y Stevens & Curelon. on 1?
acres of stubble land, which was manured
with 4tKl pounds of Cnrolina Fertilizer. Tbe
following is the mode of cultivation: It was
thA*ro**gbJy broken up 12 inches deep, end
laid etl in rows feet wide, and the Fer
tilizer applied in the drill, then bedded en
it on the l?th of May, and planted the sane
imi vwutg ivinccooi and dry weather,
did not come up to a atntid until about the
1st o** .June. Firs* working it was run
around with a half ?bovei and partially
trimmed out with a hoe. Second working
it was run around with a 3 Inch grub, 12
inches long, ami tlie middle* thrown nut with
a sweep 18 inches wide. One furrow to a
row and thinned to a stand with a hoc about
12 inches between the stocks, and after
wnrds it wa> ploughed every t.vo weeks
with n sweep 18 inches wide, and hoed each
time, until u was worked fiv times
The following if n eevrec? statt nies.t of the
Cot ion pieken :
ftd 1'iakin-f.,,. . .418
Estimated annum o> unopened matured
STEVENS & CURETuN.
I certify 1 weighed the C-tiop. picked ia '
in, uduie aniti-me-nt, and it ia correct.
October 2d, 1811. W. A. GRAHAM.
At the reeuest of Mrss?*. Stjrvens k
C'jm-.Tso**. *? have examined the 1J acre el
Cot ten, and t be cstimato made above is true '
to the best ol our obilify.
D. P. DU It ANT,
W. A. GRAHAM;
JOSEPH V M Gl S.
Premiums awarded to Stevens & CeRS-*
ton on above cdajtHloate.
We \m!'i.ell t^e above Splendid Ferliliacr'
at Forty-Five Dollars cash, or Fifty Dollars,;
payable 1st Novembers with ia*er*e*?t mV 7'
per cent, per annum, delivered at our* Ware
house ir* Charier*-?n. Agents will PflR at'
same prio (*, adding the freight and dr-ayage'
10 their Depot*
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jan 1H 4jn>