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v^r Terms Cash in Advance. -??a
ttow She Saws Wood.
Didn't Take Any Interest in it
J; FELDER METERS,
OFFICE COVRT HOUSK SQUARE,
Will give prompt attention to all business
trusted to him. mar 20?tf
Browning & Browning,
AITERN KYS AT LAW,
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Did you over see a woman undertake
to saw wood ? It is always a little while
before dinner, when the pies won't bake,
and tho potatoes absolutely refuse to
Own a toathe bulling poiut, and tho only
stick of wood is exactly three inchos too
long. After vuin attompta to prove the
elasticity of matter by putting a two,
foot three-inch stick, into a two-foot
stove, she goes out to tho saw horse
puts lu-.v knee on tho refiuctory stick in
the very way she bus Been some meu do
But the edges of the wood are sharp,
and she tukes it down again with an
ejaculation, and with a growing dis
regard for appcaranco, puls her foot on
it instead. Ucr hair never fails to come
down at this juncture, and she has to
stop and twist it iuto a tight knot be
hind before begiuning to saw. Here
the saw oomnieuoes a frantic jumping
and skipping ou its own account, nnd th
feminine mind being ooncentrutcd upon
keeping up tho foot that ia up, and
down i'uc foot that should be down,
until, in on unlucky moment, the center
of gravity is lost, the Etick flies up, and
launches a blow at her nose just as some
body is going by. She stops and pro
rends to be lookiug for something, while
dark thoughts of divorce nnd separation
flash through her mind, nnd sho vows in
her innocent suul that sho will never at
tempt to saw wood agatu if there is
never any dir tier. But her pride arid
tier dinner are at Stake, and nil her
native obstinacy cornea to tho surface ;
sho will conquer that stick or die. Fired
by a new fury, she. succeeds iu sawing
two thirds of tho way through, and
breuking off the rest of it?it is a rotten
rail?she goes into the house to find the
potatoes boiled dry, and th* pie in a
state of Kodden .uncertainty. Tho child
rcu come home from school, and th "
A Visit to Stpke?.
Has he a Call to he a llushand.
While still a very young man, on ac
count of his uncommon ability aud legal
acquirements, Mr. Richard Bulraan waa
made judge of one of the eastern cir
cuits of Virginia, in the year 18?.
Having hitherto led the life of a student
and a scholar, he had no extended repu
tat ion except among his brethren, uud
us connected with the profession, aad
had never yet boon in politics. Short
ly after he went on the bench, a . most
cold-blooded and cruel murder was per
petrated iu his distriot by a Very noto
riously bad man. Tho murderer was
apprehended, tried aud convicted of
murder in tho first degree. Judge C.
proceeded to poonounce the sentence
the first he had ever had to, which he
had prepared with great cure, and, as he
had himself said, the best of whieh he
was capable, and which he hud i n simi
lar senUnoes been obliged to make the
baris of them all. Such waa the solera
nity of the occasion and the fervid elo
quencc of the judge, that ull who listen
od to the sentence passed were moved to
toars?all, except tho prisoner at the bar
who wns observed to be looking at tho
ceiling and to pay no attention whatev
or, appearing, wholly, indifferent to what
was going ou. After he had liRaa re
manded to jail, one of the junior mem
hers of th* bar havin? his. curiosity ex
cited, and Judge C also wishing to know
what effect his eloquence had upon the
criminal, went into the cell where the
prisoner was nnd inquired of him how
he felt when Judge 0. was passing sen
tence on him.
* What?'said the criminal, 'what do
4I mean when the judgo was telling
you that you were to be hung, uud urg
ing you to prepare for the awful doom
Edward S. Stokes is still in the Sing
Sing prison hospital, with asthma, and
chills and fever. When he arrived at
the prison he was assigned to duty as
clork in the oigar manufactory, but on
the following day he was taken to tho
hospital upon the rccotntnondatiou of
Dr. James R. Wood, ot this oity .
Yesterday a Sun reporter ob
taiuei permission from tho prison
physician to enter. the hospital.
''There are several bad eases of typhoid
fover there," said the physieian, "and
there have been several oases of death
in that room lately; L warn you in time.
Will you go?" Tlie reporter went.
Four convicts lay on cots near tho door.
The physician thought that the fever
would soon finish them. As the repor
ter glanced around the room he heard
the familiar voice oi Stokos saying,
"Uelloo, old fellow come here."
Stokes wore the regulation bed tick
shirt, and waa tucked undor throe or
four army blankets. "Great God I" said
he, after shaking hands with the repor
tor; "isn't this an awful place 7 Think
of it. Here I am Kept in a room where
there are typhoid fever patient*. Last
night two men wero carried out dead.
Oh, ttlmll tfo-ld gi?e to gefront of hare.
I hope I shall bo well enough next week
to go into one of tho shops I bad a
terriblo shake last night. I'vo had tho
chills and fever and asthma ever sinoe
I'vo been here. 1 haven't complained
any, and will csk no favors."
Stokes' face Seemed flushed, and ho
said his oyenight was failing fast. Ho
could scarcely raise himself in his bad,
and while he was bolstered up and could
look through the,''barred window he said,
"I wish I was out thoro " Tho rep >rter
Has he a call to be a husband who
thinks more of his horse than his
Has he a call to be a husband who
spends six evenings out of the week
away from home, and oomplains because
his wife will go Thursday evening to
prayor meeting 7
Has that man a call to be a husband
Defrauding Insurance Companies.
Aron Harris, who kept a cigarnor* , ^ , &xlovr's the ova to 0$a
in New York, was, last week, upon coo I tranepar? , a^u
Hnoket to the State prison for ten years
The crime wbioh lad to the punishment
of this prisoner was one which has of
lato been not unfrequent?an attempt to
defraud an insurance company. His
store was burned, and he made clown
When the sea is perfectly clear and
i the oya to $*t\a
very great depth.
**** *? rUoorder ^?., U tlelodiM-O,...,^
who oomcs home with a faco as s&or as upon the insurers for heavy loss, that ho
the last of tho pickles, and expects his hud a large amount of property in the
better half to be sweetness personi- bui'ding. There were grave suspicions
fio?7 that he had set fire to the store, but he
Has he a call to be a husband who was only indicted for the porjury, of
makes elegant prosonta to other ladies which effence ho was convicted. In
d grumble if his wife wants a new sentencing the prisoner the reoordor
Has he a call to be a husband
swears if (ho one hundredth button is
missing and never spoaks a word in oom
mondation of the ninety and
remain immovable ?
Has he a call to be a husband who
nover buys a book or a picture to make
home attractive and still wonders why a
woman can't be eontcnted
home seven days out of the week, and
ever singing. 'Them's no place like
Has he a call to be a husband who
comes to the table with tobacco-stained
lips (those Hps for which Bweot kisses
said ho had no doubt that he had com
n?tted both arson and perjury, and that
he had done both in order to sacoesful
obtain money by fraud. The sen
tence imposed was to be a penalty oor
responding to the magnitude of the
crime, and was also intended to deter
others from the commission of similar
offences. Henoe hu imposed the longest
to stay at | sentence permitted by the law for the
orime of perjury, of which the prisoner
had boeu convicted.
Emmigration to Georgia.
spotted corals arc plainly visible under
twenty five fathoms of water. The cry
Btalline clearness of tho Caribbean Sea
excited the- admiration of Columbus,
who, in the pursuits of his great disoov
eries, ever retained an open eye for the
beauties of nature. In prosing over
these splendidly adorned grounds,' lays
Schopf, 'where marine life shows itaolf
in an endless variety of forms, tho boat,
uspended over the purest crystal, Feoras
to float in the air, so that a person ? an
accustomed to the scene becomes'giddy*
On the clear sandy bottom appear thou
sands of sea stars, soa urchins, inolluska
and fishes of a brilliancy Of color un
known in our temperate seas. Fiery
red, intense blue, lively green, and gol
den yellow perpetual vary; the spectator
float:- over groves of sea plants, gorgo
nias, corals, albyniums, and sponge*,
that afford no less delight to tho eye,
aud are no less gently] agitated by the
heaving waters, than the most beautiful
garden on*earth when a gentle broono
passes through tho waving bough.
told him that-Iti-ersoll
The Savannah News says
Id ever be in waiting) and turns 8U5ara8hip Saragossa, whieh arri ved here
away in disgust from a greasy spot on from Bakimore ,n Wednesday, brought
his wife'a apron ? . ? . , -J. . J
rr , ? , , oufc aixty steerage passengers, thirty
Has he a call to be a husband whe r._r i_ n . . __
. . five of whom wero German immigrants.
loses tnonoy by betting ou elections and rri j <
J J ? ? Tho party wns composed of men, women
horse races, and when ho becomes in- , < , ?' i n
and children, several of the latter not
volvod attributes it to his wife's extra
over six months old. The men wero all
young, hearty and robust-looking fel
lows just the class of immigrants wo de
sire to see settle in the South. Some
of them had been in tho Franco German
The pleasures of home aro not s?f- Wur, and. had been discharged but a
fioiaotly understood or cultivated. It abort time previous to leaving tho '
strange that wo should pay so rauch no??*?? '(and these woro then
, tvnitor*An fcs>
xtero^- K.i i 1 ..jaw. Some of them also had
snnruEr your"oIothcFwrih tho vilesb-of
Perhaps you will'reply that there
arc cases for cigar holdora?I know it.
Then you Wast have in joar poek6i,*
A cigar case,
A cigar holder, ?
A case for tho cigar holder,
' A box of matches.:
' -A man is no longer a'smoker?he be
comes an expressman.
MEDITATIONS OF A HMOKKK.'
' The Cigar?r4 Man.
I smoke?therefore! am.
Tho cigar iistiuguishes man from th
Tell mo That you smoko aud I will
tell you you are. As tho master, so the
-h to livo.
The man who smokes not is del
Tho cigar is the expressK
e oigar is the expression of socie
' he cigar ennobles.
IfKquality wore banished from th
ro?t of the earth it would still abido in
the light given by one smoker to arioth
Love dies, youth fade??tho cigar re
Who has smoked, will'smoke.
Nothing is better than tho first cigar
of the 'morning?-unless it be the last
pipe of the evening.
.t t There ia 9, G od for smokers.
Could woman smoke she would be the
, equal of roan.
A man s nationality may be known by
y'v the way he holds his oigar.
'# B? ^y^b smokes, prays. ,
Happiness is like tho cigar?there
should always be a store in resorvo.
A free translation of donee cris fdix :
Cigars nro plenty when the sky is fair,
' When blonds obscure It they Lcoome more
bn*<:tt'is easier to give one's hs'f ?euthan
- o's last oigar.
wise man husbands hid time arid
Two signs of misfortune?to upsot a
' salt cellar and to break a pipe.
To drink alcno is a vice
alone is a virtue and a pleasure.
fsU hrin\ ,4i?Ufe ? J__>j }?<*
^bje SBsoker is mastor of the nituation.
In vain attack ov combat it?tho ci
gar pursues it onward'' Way , throwing
111 a drunken etrect
ifitht.: - ? . - t ? . -
Dut iug a di unkeiv-rnw at'Dorchester,
Ontario, on ?lirlsturns', between colored
1 nd white men, one of the latter, namud
Hell, was stabbed aud killed.
During nri attempt to rescue three
1 < ugii8 in Jcrsoy City, on Cliristmas, the
father of one of them vhiss'tfubk on the
In.lid by a 'policeman, aud will die.
The whulesalc drug house of ^Ic
i'ulhich, Hager & Co., Nashville, Ten
nessee, was burned on Christmas Loss
$20,000 ; ii.8hr.iubo $-1,000 in the
I'rjiuklin, of Phihtdelpliia
During a drunken quarrel in Bedford.
Mciuc, on Christinas, I'utriok lltd^biua
fatally etahlcd \Jose'ph Mansion. Ho
also slabbed his wife in the arm, sever
ing ull the veins.
The second floor ol u 1 ou.se of ill-lame
in lluil'iilo, New York, gfivo way on
Christmas night, precipitating the in
mates to the basement. A girl named
Jenriio Grilfm was killed,uud several
A falso alarm of fire on Ch r ist mas
night iu Buffelo,. Now York, caused a
panio among a crowd, of persons epgag
cd in a dance, at Keller's .Hall, and in
the rush to escape from the building
scvornV persons jumped fron? tho wjpdowa
of tho second story, und were seriously
Early on Christmas morning in Bos
ton, Massachusetts, Aittoitio Ck. liuetblo
was shot and terribly mutilated by
JoBoph Q Hcgocr, both young Ger
mans, liogner ooufosBuB
At a shoot ing match on Christinas
day, at Riga, a villago near Dayton,
Ohio, two brothor8?John and Henry
Stowe?quarrolod nboui. loading a gun,
and John called Henry a liar, when
Henry drdw a revolver and shot John,
killing him instantly. The spectators,
being muoh excited, cau. ht and hung
Hoary to tho limb of a t reo, and when
he was taken down life was extinct. Too
much whisky'enuscd tho mischief.
Jamoa Gallnghor, of No. :i0 Pearl
streot, Brooklyn, returned home drunk
early the morning after Christmas, aud
assatiltod his wifo, dragged her from lim
bed and threw her down a second flight
of Btaua. Supposing he had killed her,
he returnod to his room, took an Knfidld
rille, and. shot himself in the stomach,
inflicting 11 wound from the clfeol of
which lio died in fortydivo minutoa.
Ilia wife was sovoroly, though not
iccessariua n mo. in ins pockc
wero found un empty purse, an empty
tobacco pouch, and four postage stamps.
He said ho was unmarried, had
friends neaier than Lower Canada, and
was'endeavoring to reach Saint Louis.?
Thi Orange Hotal at Turner's
The Mam Who Knew Exaetlr
Whai fo do at a Fire.
There might have been a disastrous
fire on F nirth ntrcet on Saturday but
for tho heroism ( displayed by a mau
named Swee'man. He w;i8 paasiug
along when he saw little flames creeping
around the chimney, and he dashed iuto
tho house. He shouted *'fire" until the
house ruug, while ho seized a bureau
and threw it over, he called to one of the
fa mihi to go and Bouud tho alarm. The
bureau was left lying on the floor, and
Swectmao gathered up a table and ran
into tin yard. lie sent a Btnall boy to
sound another alarm, and rail in and be
gan rnckiug abed-stead to pieces, at the
same time orJcring the women to throw
everything out of doors. Ho got the
bedstead dowii nnd ran out doors and
rushed a third boy to n fire-alarm box,
then went iu and carefully brought out
the wood-box and a floor-mat, Tho wo
men were meanwhile shoving tho par
lor furniture out doors, and as soon as
Swcctman had flung the looking glass
through the back window, and torn tho
baby's crib to pieces, he ran in aud
helped them while auothor messenger
was sent to jerk nn alarm out of a letter
box ou the lamp post. While Sweet
man <vaa thus working heroically, anoth
er man had climbed upon the roof with
a pail of water, and put out the fire, and
threo or four men came upon tho scene
just in tim& to prevent Swectman from
throwing tho piano down tho collar to
ivc himself room to work.?Exch
hiivc ijow (
and all bonds and debts againat which
there waa the least.suspicion have been
swept away. Tho tax act has alsobcon
ratified in both bouses, and is the aims
as last year; to wit, fifteen mills; twelve
for dificreut State purposes, aul ,threo
for county. Both the debt aud tax bills
havo boon approved by tho Governor.
The Legialatu r e adjourned on .Monday
last till January 20th.?Walterb >ro Ifews.
Mombcrs of EDISTO LODGE, No. 33 I
0. O. F. urc requested to meet at thoir Hall
on Monday, January fill,, 1874, at 7 o'clock
By order of the M. W. N. G.
A FISCIIEII, Sec'y.
Such of our CLIENTS us arc interested ...
CLAIMS ngaim-tthc CITIZENS SAVINGS
RANK, now in Bankruptcy, arc requested
to come personally with' thoir CLAIMS t
our Office on Monday, 12th inst , on which
day we will havo arrangements mado for
the proof of their Claims in proper form.
l/.LAK & D1BRLE.
Oraugeburg, S. C. Jnn'y 2, 1874;
A man in Orange County, Vermont,
has published tho following:
Wlioreas the Old Woman known as
my Wife, in consequence of nitondipg
the Powwows of the Jumpers and the
Howlers and tho Cat Burners, lias he
come en tircly Scnoolcss Craz'zy and
Reckless and docs nothing but run up
and down the road and Circulate the
Most Infamous Lies Concerning mysslf
and others thus accomplishing my Ruin ,
therefore I forbid any one to' harbor or
trust hor on my account.
fAj New Orleans juryman was cpked
y tho judgo if he ever read the papora.
He renlicl; 'Yes, yer honor; but if'
you 11 let me go this time I'll QQ!
so any more,
The TAX-PAYERS of Orsngcburg Coun
ty arc requested to MEET in Orangeburg at
the Court House at 12- o'clock on Monday
tho 5th inst. A full meeting ia solicited as
important .matters will be presented.
TAUL S. FELDER,
A D. FREDERICK,
J. W. MOSBLEY,
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
W. F. BARTON,
L. It. BECKWIT1I,
T. W. GLOVER,
W. M. HUTSON.
<?*j??-?'<)??.??- ?- - * ja
OFFICE OF CITIZENS SAVING BANK
Oran a ko uro S. C.
January 1st., 1874.
Depositors at this Branch are earnestly
rsquosted to attend a MEE1ING in Orangs
burg, on MONDAY, the ,12th, fnst., at 11
A. M. The business te bo laid before them
is of the utmost importance. Bring your
BOOKS, or CERTIFICATES ef DEPOSIT,
JAMES H. FOWLES,
jan ft 1874 2t
Local School Titx, District A"o. 20.?Good
land, 1 mill on n dollar.
Local Sdiool'tax, Ditinc! A'o- 2l:^-IIebi i
\ mill on a dollar.
Local School Tax, jA'ttriei JTo. 22.?Hockey
Grove,-1 mill ou a dollar.
Tax payers must call for theT.?x on e.tch
picco of property "in tbu t?nusUtps wbero
it lies. . 16imti cjS'J fzti a*x>?T
I will collect Taxes as follows : , At J.
Uamp Feldcra Store, Tuesday and Wedaus
day, 13 and 14 cf January 1874.
' At Dranchville,* Friday and Saturday, 16
and 17th of January 1874.
At Lewisvillj), Wednesday and Thursday
2lst and 22d, January 1874. ;
At Fort Molt, Friday, 23J, J inuiry 1374.
At D.'.niel Livingston's Mill Thursday and
Friday' 2fJlhand oUth, January 1871 and on
all other days at Orangobtirg Court (louso.
J. L. HUMBERT,
dco 27 1873 If
murks- uf valor, in the
Tlirec" HnTes of ('otlou of Mic ?'op of
James Weeks on lic-ms
Grtc? & A,J>-S?hiM*,
On Tuesday tRo nth<day of .rwnwirr T874
near Ibe rr.-<ideiico ?.f Mrs. Fi.ini:ert A
Boehett 4 Bales ?,f (htitmi, 100 Humels of
('orn, 7"? I'.HsbelS nf Hice, 1400 lbs of soed
Cotton, KtlO lbs of Fvxldor, and a lot of cotton
Seed of the crop of .lohn Seiler? on Liens
executed lo> Uoo? II. (V.acL-on. ax>l C L
Didn't Want-to:^b? Loft.
Many years! age an AmCrlean ship
sailed from a port' iu Ireland with a
large number of emigrant passengers.
After the emigrants were all on board,
headwind prevented tho ship from
leaving the port, ste?.m-tugs being then
unknown. But at length the .wind
changed, the sails wore dropped, and
tho anchor tripped. The ship ; was
scarcely under way when a youug Irish
man, looking up through the hatchway,
saw that ?he wan in motion. > He rushed
on deck ta great consternation. Being
in ?ho way of tho sailors engaged ia
working tV-^hjp tu? m?te called to him;
1 "I K--_v>cb ^Och i t?eh 1' w?a aU that P&t
MODEL OF COMBINED- STRENGT.
Complete-in alT its part*, usesthe Sir*!.*,*
<mv a. Table Light RunuinK.'s?w.'b
uowhiss. hke nil gooj high pricf.f
All persons having eluims against th?
Estate of the lato Ann B?rry, are required
to present them, aud all persons indebted
to .said Estate aro required to make pa
JOHN P. BERRY,
dec 13 1873 Ira
JCi Notieo ii
a ay of Jan?
of Jaby Weeks Jan'r.
is hereby gtton that on tho 20th
anuary, 1874, I will file my final
account as Administrator of the Estate of
the lato Jaby Weeks Jun'r., and will poti
tion for my final dUchargc.
P. M. CARSON, AdminislVntor.
Orangeburg Co. S. C, Heocmber 15, 1873
dcc M 1873 Inj
If yon hnve More I.Hini than
you can PAY TAXES on, Register it for
sale ot tho LAND OFFICE of
AUG, B. KNOWLTON
A FINE BUGGY
dee 13?tf w. A. MERONEY.
?J,1!7 TirlH?? of. *. ??rioln chattel mortage
made by James P. Mays and Isabella his
wifo, , to George Bolivor, and by him assign
?L? ,ai? J:i" Jamison, I will sell ii
of the Sheriff's office, at Orangeburg,
? '?,n Monday, January 6th, 1874,
immediately at tho olose- o( ithe Sheriff's
^nSV ? MULE, ?.??l
Agent for B. Jnoobson,
Admr. Est; J. L. Jamison.
? . Ft m 1 ...?- i
DR. A. C. D?KES
Who has just received a Largo Supply of
FANOY CANDIES, '
CHRIS^>VA9 PIMENTS, &c. A1 8Q
A Complete 8took of
.DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINT and PAINT BRUSHES,
With a largo nsRortmnnt of'other articles
too numerous to mention.
Call soon and you will get bargains.
Tuesday tho Oih January 1874 nt
Lewisvillc ? Bales of Cotton, about tJO
Bushels of Corn, about 2((0d lbs Foddor,. o
Bushels of Rice, of the -rop of Win. Stuck
on Liens to Bennett Jnc ?bson,
At the pame place nhont GOO lbs s<ced
Cotton, and 10 Bushels of Corn of the crpp
of John Diggons ou Lieu to Benuatt Jacob
(fine-u and air own***
micti known.. ^ * ^ , * ?
nipid. W ,11 J0 nil kirxfc, of work, fino ?i
s.mrse, from Cambric te h^?^. /....t.
Orangeburg C. H.j S. C
Dec. 20th, 1873.
S. O. C.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will sell to tho highest bidder, at
Ornngcburg C. II., on the FIRST MON
DAY in January next, FOR CASH, all
the Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, viz:
One tract of land containing lfiO acres
more or less in Edisto Fork, bounded by
lnnds of Jno. S. Bolon, D. P. Murphy, Geo.
E. Bolen, L. A. Fogle,. Est. of Jno. Rickcn
baker and P. R. Pearson. Levied on as the
property of Geo. E. Bolen at the suit of
Jno. F. Addrn et. al
Orangebnrg 0. II. S. C
Deo. 16th, 1873.
S. O. C.
Sheriff 's Sales.
In PnoBAT* Court.
Ann Myers ")
Jos. A. Koller. J
By virtue of an order made in the Court
of Probate, I will : oil at the Court House
on the first Monday in January, 1874, for
one-half cash?tho balanoe in 12 mouths,
and secured by bpnd and mortgage of tho
premises. Purchasers paying for papers
and recording, the following Renl Estate of
which Frederick Myers died soizeel, to wit;
1, 88 acres lying on Four ITolo Swamp,
bounded by Mrs. E. O't*89 land, tho said
Swamp and tho rest of tho Traot which has
been laid off for tho Homstoad and Dower1 of
2. 214 aqres'of an adjacent Tract,hound*
od by lands of John Moore and Lovi Myers,
and I0G acres of brido tract admeasured to
to Mrs. Myers for Dower.
.1. Tho remainder on tho determination of
Mrs. Myer's Dowor in 1G2 acres of tho
llcTr.cstcad Tract? and 100 acres of the other
4. Tho remainder of Homestead consist
ing of tho settlement and 2G0 aorcs includ
ing the Dowor Tract of 102 aoros, after Hio
expiration of tho interest therein hold by
Mr. Myers and hor children, 2d Nov., 18 73.
Dec 16th, 1878.
, , ??horiffs Offioo, ) E. 1. CAIN,
OraugeburgC. II., S. C, [ S. 0. C.
Deo 10, 1873. j
dco 20th ; 1?*? ~
.mbrlc' te -heavy Cloth or
Leather, and u?cs aU descriptions of thread
TV.v best mechanical tulent in Anttriso.
anil Europe, has been devoted to improving:
and simplifying our Machines, combining;
only that which is practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated surroundings
generally found in other machines-.
Spcciml tojrros and extra iivdueemelits t?
mnlo and female ttgrntsr eioie keepers, Itc,
who will establish agencies- through the
country and keop ?h?r new machines on ex
hibition nnd sale. County righto given to
smart agents free. Agent's complete outfits
furnishod without nivy ? extra charge.
Samples of sowing, descriptive circulars
containing terms, testimonials,, engratiags,
&c.T sent free.
Address, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE
CO., No. 132V Broadway, New York. ,..
fcb? ; ly
MONJKX t'ANNtVP BH? Til
For Sljrfat is Pricelojss j I
BUT THE DIAMOND SPECtAbLES WILL
. PRESERVE IT.
If you value your Fyesight use these Per
fect Lenses, Ground from Mih>|torifJrjhit<J
Pebbles, Melted togethor, and derive their
name "Diamond" on account of their Hard
ness and Brilliancy* They will last many
years without chaug^v >nd. are warranted
superior to all otlters in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Oatio?
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.--N0U? Genuiog unless stamp
ei with our trade mark. ' ' ?
For fialo.by Responsible Agents ?hrotigh*
out the Union
E. J. OLIVER08,
OrangebUrt, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED ' HAS
all of the vnrloh* S??s of the above Cases,
which can be furnished iwmcdurfeto et ap
plication. ' 1
Also fo'ennfitotmes WOOD COFFINF5
usual, and at the shortest notice.
mnr 5-6m Carriage Manufaeiar.j
peoplo, ot cither fcx, vomiff or t>hl ??nfc?
more money at work Vi ? n he r Ztl
else. Paruculaiu free. Addresa S