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^^^?^??iS"Ie?.i?r BT "J. ?.-8BLB?. ;3',OOLnMBIA. 8. C.. FRIDAY MOBNWG. NOVEMBER 12. 1889. VOL., V-NO. 202. \ ^S^?&?S^?S&?^
lu lat of Retries State Agrie ttl tur ni Kn lr.
This cooaludjes tho list, os fer aa it was
popsicle qMaip ,t hem-owing to par?
ties holding off until the last minute:
poiiiiPruah AND PAINTING-Continued.
Miss Mary Frost, Richland-Lanscape
Oil Painting. Col. J., P. Thomus, Co?
lumbia-Engraving and Chromo. G. T.
Berg. Columbia-4 Elevations, "ono
Drawing" for Dwelling House. John
McKenzie, OnUimbiu-2 Pastel PiotuTes.
Miss Mary S- Pickling, Columbia
Crayon Drawing.. E. J. Scott, Colum
b??-r-Qil Painting. W. B. Stanley, Co
lU&b?tt-Engj-aVin^. . ' ^Mrs.' S:" L?rick.
Lexington-Puit?ting in Water Colors
and on Hilkt . Middleton' Stuart, Beau?
fort- Oil Panting-^-t?etu Elliot tn Fort
Sumter. .Miss Ellen Walker, Columbia
Ij?^8o?M''?n'"'Cr?W?)n'.' Mrs1. Richard
Toz?rr'^lp'mbi?v-PU' Painting. Ed
ward ??fppe, Columbia-4 Engravings
(^t'?eh^^qting.^'A. Y.Lee, Columbio
Landscn'po^h Oil, Snow Scene; Portrait
i?Oq;:Olff'!A;??; PAricV'Sketch in OU,
N???o^itfth Boyi'^ L^?drfcapcs in Water
Colors': ' ArukVred Mi ral collection, South
Carol?ntt^?hitdntia'ry; with' 'lull details;
Map?r'?plpmW "IvIiW'R: H. Snow
den, ?ha>?e??n-?WBi?ii Painting. F.
M. McXvBr. Coium'bJiiL-?Vound A'I?? cf
Mis??lt?he?us Brr?ldirigs ot tho Fair
0rourid^'V?aa?,ff)f 't??o of tho Executive
??\^i^, ^k\\io&^' ^uV ot ' Sou th
C?r?lrea.'wltn' Cbnnecticibs in adjoining
StateA; &6\. iii :ijtk; 2.Pktts Snrveys for
t?ott?f fcflttelfc?p. 'M?as Eugenia Or
ch?rdi'C?iunibia-SpecinStenof Oil Paint?
ing''aid'Crayon Drawihgs! James1 R.
. ?tiiart, Behufort-Oil Painting (for sale. )
W.' Jhoi:H: Furtnab, Sumter-^Painting.
O^MV Code's,',1 C?luinbla-4 Paintings,
!PoVrTaiV.rat?a'Col?r,?d ?OraVon. "Orsulfpc
O??e?t' fVille Crdctts,) liear Columbia,
?TOlelYPainting>;' Game' 'Piece, Paste
P?ir/t?t?ff? Togetablb Piece.
' M^OTAf^un?s' . LEATHER. -fSortthern
wide.)-r?? Pj Thomas & Co., Columbii
-Sides Sole. Harness, Plantation, Up
pei^Eip',1 Calf Lb?thcr, Kip Skins finish
ed Hb' the 'grain, for military boots, S?dei
BrrbU? Leatfier, Oont Skins, Dress?e
Sheep Bid n's Wool. Ben. Williams, Co
lumbtk- Pair Boots. Vogler & Co., Sa
lem; NV C.-Dozen Brogans, several Pai;
Bootu, Gents* Shoes, Ladies' Shoes. A
Lee, boldred, Columbia-Pair Paten
Leather Bdots. . J.' B. Turner, Andersoi
-Finished1 Calf SkinB. Hopson A Sut
pheh, Obhimbia-Set Sulky Harness
Gent's English Saddle.
WAX; Bmcnn, AND Winnow WORK.
M?BS Hattie McCullough, Spartanburg
Piotur? Frame, made of the pith of th
rose. Mrs. J. R. Shuler, Lexington-I
Willow Baskets. Mrs. M. E. Brady, Co
lumbia-^Shell Box, Vases, Paper Fie
.wore. Miss Mary Brody, Columbia
Shell Basket'of Wax Fruit. Miss E. Il
Russell, Union-Wax Flowers. II. G
Heidt, Columbia-Willow Basket. Mn
Mary Hotchkiss, Kershaw-4 Pine Bui
Work Baskets, 2 Piuo Burr Segar Stand.'
2 Pine Burr Pioture Frames, Acorn Pi<
turo Frame, Acorn Work Box, Simper
sion Bead Basket, Shell Toilet Box, Boa
Cushion, 2 Shell Basket*, Bead Powdc
Box, Spool Stand. Needle Stand, Aim
Basket, Alum Segar Stands, Paper Bai
kets, 3 Glass Boxes, 5 Bend Baskets,
Watch Coses, Basket Rosin Fruit, Erne
ry Mouse Shape. L. C. Schultheis, Ci
lumbia-Fanoy Shell Box. Miss Mar
Brady, Columbia-Shell Box. Mrs. f
S. MoCully, Columbiu-Case Wax Frui
Miss ida Marshall, Newberry-Cushiot
Mats, and Bead Work; Miss Eliza Wu
lace, Columbia-Bead Basket. Mrs. 1
Tozer, Columbia-Case Wax Work. Mi
Russell, tji?on-Vaso Wax Flowers, Li
Wax, F|owqrs. Ursuline Convent, Vul
Crnqi,s, .near, Columbia-Pin Cushioi
Watch Case, Cache D?sordre Bead Wor!
Miss Townsend, Edisto Island -Sin
Box. Mis. J. B. Pollock, Columbia
FARMiNp Iaii?i?E5iEKT^.-J. E. Adger
Ott? C.uarleslou-15 Varieties Plows. 3
MoLeod, Marion-Thresher aud Fei
Cutter^ ..; v
S0K'XI??UN MANUrAC'iuilDi.- --Geo. \
Williams & Co., Cbailesjtvu-Bale Shh
ing. Jg, Balei Assorted Yarns. Miss Ma
Frost,.[Richland-Pair Socks. C. Seo
Agent, ^harlottc, N. C.- Pieces Blu
Doe.skiu,.Buayer Cloth, Ciu^siiueie, Joui
Flannel.. D-iE. Converse, Spartanbn
-Ralea 4, 4 Sheeting, 7? Shirting, J? C
noburgs;-Oolton Yarn, Childs, Johust
' ? p?hue?, Sabida. Facto ry-3 Warp. 7
Yards, 1.4Q0 Euds, 10 Cuts, 59 Lb
BitfpNba. G, 7, 8, 0, 10, 20, Twist,
Shirting, Assorted Yaru. Miss Mu
Fros^Riichhuid-Pair Socks. ,
'pHR??'OAJ^i Ol^bL MjNkllALS, &c -M
G'epirge Douglass, Unioo-r-Plug.s Opiu
Geo. W. Williams & Co., Charleston
Carolina Fertilizer, Jar Dissolved Bom
Soluble Acid Phosphate, B. D'." Sea Fe
Guano, bradley's Powdered Raw Boi
C. C. Ooo's Ammouiutcd Superphosphi
Lime/ .Kinsman Sc Howell, Charleston
Jars MuWi* Ni trogen i zed Suporpbi
pliaV'. J. N. Robson^Charlestob-Gi
nb and Phosphates. Dr. E. E. Jacket
Oohtinlua- -Casu Home-Mada Qdogi
Cold, Cream, Tooth Pottier. .,
S?ojiB, M A un wc ANI> BUICK -G. '
Morse, Greenville--Lot of Stone Wu
L. M. Lund nun, Richland-Lot of Bte
Wore iiiid Fireproof Brick. Colonel
P. Th om us, Columbia-Mav h lu Bu
(uyt competing,>) , At Y?Colnto Inj
Specimen of i Terra Cotta Flues, with i
plication in House-building, Fount
and Aquarium. . '"
HORSES,' Mor&ES, ' Ad^Modr? k Flo?
B', Tucker, Netfbeiry-Thbronghbi
Stallion. T. B, Legare, Orangebnrg
Thoroughbred Stallion. Thomas G, Ba?
con, Edgcfield-Thoroughbred Colt and
Maro and Filly. S. A'. Sims, Union
Thoroughbred Colt. J. P. Thomas,
Bichlund-Thoroughbred Gelding. Wm.
Boatty, Union-Thoroughbred Mare. G.
B. Tucker, Newberry-Thoroughbred
Filly. Dr. A. W. Thomsod, Union
Thoroughbred Maro and Colt. Dr. R.
W. Gibbes, Columbia-Light-draft Stal?
lion. Johu C. Lune, Newberry-Light
draft Stallion. Dr. R. Elkiu, Fairfield
Colt. A. C. Haskell, Columbia-Tho?
roughbred Stullion. Johb E. Bucou,
Edgefield-Gray "OrofT." John Agnew,
Columbia.-Gray "Croll" and Trotting
M#r<*. S. Sheridan, Columbia-Trotting
Stallion D.B. DeSauBRure, Columbia
Filly. D. C. Poixotto, Columbia-Brood
Mur?. Andrew Patterson, Richlnnd
Filly. T. D. Lomas, Richland-Filly.
J. M. Crawford, Richland-Filly. Gen?
eral Johnson Hrtgo?d, Barnwell-2 Brood
Mmes and Colts and Saddlo Maro. Geo.
B. Tucker, Newberry-Brood Mare. R.
E. Ellcrsob. Fairfield-Horse, Single
Harness. J,Tv. Vaheo1, Abbeville-Mare.
.L. P. .Miller; Columbia-Horse, Singh
Harness. Ju*?. S. Guiguard, Columbia
Horse, Siuglc Harneas und Fily. Dr.
W. P. Geiger, (Columbia-Buggy Maro
J. W. Richbonrg, Hichlnnd-Horso Coll
nnd Filly. G. B. Addison, Edgeiield
Pair Mutch Horses. B. H. Rico, Uuion
Brood Mare ?iud Mule Colt. M.,L. Bon
ham, Edgefleld-Horse. R. O'Ncalc
Jr., Columbin-Golding. H. Green
Columbia-Filly. W. S. Richardson
Abbeville-Horse. H : M..Perry, Green
ville-Mare. W. Y. Fair, Newberry
Horse: J. K. Vance, Abbeville-Pai
Match Horses. Dr. J. T. Darby, Co
1 lamb?a-Pair Match Stallions. Willian
Beatty, Union-Suddlo . Maro. F. B
Robertson, Fui i field-Saddle Horse. 'I
L. Bulow, Colleton-Saddlo Horse. Col
I A. D. Goodwyn, Orangeburg-Pou
1 Stallion. J. K. Vane?', Abbeville-Sail
die Tony. D. R. Elkiu. Alston-Foi
Pacer. J. S. McIntosh, Columbia-Mul
Colt. B. A. Keenan, Columbia-Mul
Team. Thomas B. Jeter, Unionville
Jack. S. S. Young, Laurens-2 Ye?
OncHAun AND-NURSERY.-Dr. Pal war
Turuipsced, Richland--Cypress Bi
Gum. Mrs. J. D. Frost, Richlnnd-1
Pounds Honey, in comb. I*. S. Felde
Orangeborg-Bax Honey. Mrs. F. I
Mayrunt, Columbia-Bushel Peas.
FIELD CROPS.-Edward McIntosh, Du
lington-Bushel New Brunswick Oat
B. H. Rice, Union-10 Bales New Co
ton. R. O'Nenlo, Jr., Columbia--]
Bales Cotton, Upland Rice, Sec. Mrs 3
P. May rant, Columbia-Ramio Plan
und Twigs. J. M. Crawford, Richland
Several Bales Cotton. William Lobb
West Point MillB, Charleston-Tier
Rice. H. H. Folk, Newberry-Nati
Gross, 5,GOO pouuds to the aero.
POULTRY.-Mrs. J. M. Crawford, Ric
land-Brnhmapootras, Barn-Yards, Eu
lish Dorkiugs. Mrs. T. W. Hollowa
Newberry-Muscovy Ducks. Miss El
Gibson, Columbia--Fuutail, Currie
Pouters and Muff Pigeons. Mrs. F. J
Dr. B. W. Taylor, Columbia-Java ai
English Ducks. Grade Fowls, James!
Black, Columbia-Irish Muff Games.
B. Lomas, Columbia-Brahmupootn
Master B. C. Sloau, Columbia-Musco
Ducks. Lewis JnmuH, colored? Luure
-Game Cock, with eight. Epura. He
wood Greene, Columbia-Shanghai, S|
niall, Irish Muff, Polaud Fowl. M
J Annie E.-Wylie, Chester-Trio Aylust
ry Ducks. C. J. Bollin, Columbia-Co
j White Cochin China Fowls. Dr. J. 1
i Parker, Columbia-Coop Bremen Geo
? Coop Muscovy Dooks. J. W. Mill
I Newberry-Black Grazier Fowls. C.
I Franklin, Columbia--Lot Gamo Fou
j Wm. Orchard, Columbia-Coop MIUI
j sola Gray Fowls, game. D. II. Tre
?vant, Colombia--Game Cock. M
I J. S. Preston, Columbia-Coop R
mas. Masters W. H. Wylie, R. H. V
Ho und A. lt. Wylie, Chester-Di
Pencil, Bramas, White and Span
Fowls. Janus Walker, Chester-T
! White Bantams. P. Epstein, Coluro
- Game Cook.
? DOMESTICS, AC.-Mrs. M. . E. Bra
1 ('"In ni bia-Hearth Hug and Embroil
! ed V* ni) Cover. Mrs. C. M. Bro;
j Lexington-Counterpane. J. Gries
I ber, Rushland1-Hair Mal tress and I
i ?tor: Mrs. A. Walker, RiolilnuA^-C
tan Patch Work Quilt. Mrs. J. S. Gi
narri; Richland--Afghan. Mrs. A.
Frederick, Orungrhnrg-Marseilles C
Qnilt. Mrs. A. Walker, Richland-I
Stockings of homespun thread. ^
I Wm. Price', Columbia-Quilt. Miss
I Haiti wunger, Lexington-Pateh -. W
Quilt. Mrs. J: A. Hendrix,-Columbi
Patch Work Quilt. B. H. Rice, Unio
Bed Quilt. Mrs. C. Kirk, Columbi
Woven Counterpane, Samples Prept
and Manufactured Ramie. M isa Par!
Columbia-Quilt. Mrs. R. L. Mat
Fairfield-Patch Work Quilt, Mrs.
A. Woodward, Abbeville-Silk Corni
1 Miss Sue L. Cook, Fairfield-Log Ci
i. Wi NEW,-Dr. P. u, kc-Mrs.: Aw M. Sm
Laurens-Bqttlu Blackberry Wine,.fl
Cordial, Sic. ' Mrs. J. R. Shuter, Lex
tbo-Three' Bottl?s Muscadine !W
itfrsv A. *B. Kinsley, Richland-Tl
Bottles Blackberry Wino. Mrs. D.
Foo loy, Biol) land-Three Bottles Bl
betty Cordial. Jo^n O. Seegers, B
latid-Barrel Beer, Box Mult.,
- CROOHET, EMBROIDERY, rA&^Mni
Foster, Georgetown, (nine yenra Of
Thread Collar and Infant's Lace Gnp.
Mrs. J. R. Shuler, Lexington-Quilt,
Counterpane, Crocchct Shawl, Child's
Dress, kc, Seo. Mies Rosa Dautzler,
Orangeburg-Piano Cover, Stool Cover
and Rinsed Work. Mrs. D. Wyatt Aiken,
Abbeville-Patch-work Bed Quilt, Wors?
ted Candle and Thread Mats.' Mrs. R.
W. Aiken, Abbeville-Worsted Coverlid.
Miss Maggie Liudfors, Columbia-Cot?
ton Crochet Tidy aud Cotton Edging.
Miss J. C. Smith, Richland-Quilt Laid
Work, Quilt Patch Work and Worked
Connterpnuo. Mrs. E. M. McKenzie,
Columbia-Quilt Patch Work. Mrs. A.
B. Kiusler, Columbia-Imitation Mar?
seilles Quilt, Patch-Work Quilt and
Crochet Shawl. Mrs. E. Fenley, Rich?
land-Pair of Ottomau Covers. Mrs.
T. W. .Holloway, Newberry-Laid Work
Quilt. Mrs. Cyuthia Summer, of New
i berry-3 Hanks Sewing Silk. Mrs. Geo.
Douglass, Union-3 Skeins Sewing Silk.
Mrs. M. A. Roach, Richland-Framed
Tapestry Work. Mrs, L. Jiicksoti, Ricli
laud-r-l-raino Raised Work. Miss Susan
B. Hayuo, Charleston-Worsted Tidy,
Cotton ami Worsted Tidy; and 2 Knitted
(Worsted) 'Infant Shirts. Bliss M. A. W.
Sudcr, Richland-Tidy. Mrs. S. K.
Smith, Richland-Box Needle Work.
Miss Sophie Seeger.s, Richland, (under
fourteen yearB of age)-Crochet Tidy,
Miss Frost, Richland- Embroiderer
Satchel, ?Sofa Cushion, LahijP Mats ant'
Gentlemen's Slippers, &c. Mrs. Ague:
Wnlker, Richland-Frame Tapestry
Crotchet Toilet Mats, nnd Thread Tidy
Sec. Miss Mary Frost, Richland-Otto
man. Mrs. D. Wyatt Aik?n, Abbeville
Scarf and11Flannel Shirt. Mrs. M. R
Clark, Richland-Kuitted Table Cover
Mrs. Agnes Walker, Richland-Speci
men Tucking aud Embroidery. Miss C
A. May rant. Richland-Set Croche
Toilet Mats. Mrs. M. E. Hotohkiss
Kershaw-Chale and Stool Covers, Pin
! eushions, Mats, Lamp Wreath, Sec., Seo
j Mrs. A. 15. Kins.er, Columbia-Cottoi
: and Wool Coverlets. Mrs. S. J. Brandt
1 Chester-Ladies' Collar and Hat. Mis
1 Henrietta G. Leckie, Chester-Croche
! Cap, Pitcher Covers, Toilet Sets, Brea
; Cover, Table Mats, Sea. Mrs. J. O. Lad il
Columbia-Specimen Spanish Needl
j Work. Miss Corrio Service, Georgi
i town-Crochet Counterpane. Miss Ann
! Diereks, Columbia-Tidy. Mrs. Dr. J
j N. Herndon, Union-2 Collar Netting;
by a lady sixty years of age, Gloves, lt
j finit Cap, Socks, Sec., kc. Miss Mat?*?
i Roach, Columbia-Tobacco Pouch^?k*
I work) Gents* Slippers. Ufrs. C. 1*JM
son, Columbia-Child's Skirt, (braided
Mrs. R. O'Neale, Jr., Columbia-2 Fhn
nel Skirts, ono braided and the oth(
embroidered. Mrs. Kirk, aged seventj
four, Columbia-Infant's Skirt Tucke<
Skirt Embroidered. Miss H. H. Bel
Columbia-3 Pin Cushions. Miss Jenn
Moore, York-Crochet Tidy. Mi?
Maggie Matthews. Columbia-Tat tie
Tidy. Miss E. Nelson, Winnsboro
Pillow Case Crochet, Set Homo-mac
Furs. Miss E. Smith, Winnsboro
Crochet Collar. Miss E. Nelson, Winn
boro-2 Hanks Reeled Silk, 1 colorei
Miss Sallie Learmout, Columbia-Har
Home-made Silk. Miss Kate Bouy, Ci
lumbia-Afghan Crochet. Miss Sall
D. McDowell, Kershaw-Embroider!
Shawl. Mrs. C. Meitzler, Churlestoi
Crochet Bedspread. Miss M. Meitzle
(eight years old,) Charleston-Croch
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT.-Miss B
Edwards, Columbia-Jar Preserve
Figs and Pears. Mrs. A. M. Guiguar
Columbia-Tumblers Haw Jolly. Mt
J. R. Shuler, Lexington-Chinese S*:
glium. Mrs. D. C. Puixotto, Columbia
! l)is!i Preserved Citron. Miss Lei
Peixotto, Columbia-Dish Crabber
'Jelly. Mrs. R. W. Anderson, Abhevi
j -Jar Canned Peaches. Miss Perrin ai
Miss Thomas, Abbeville-Samples Apj
1 Jelly. D. Rogers, Abbeville -Chiui
(Sorghum. "Mrs. J. W. Watts, Laurens
Pot Butter. Mrs. A. Scott, Laurens
I Jar Water-melon Preserves. Mrs.
j Fenley, Richland -Jar Tomato Pick
Museuditio and Apple Jelly. Mrs.
I W. Holloway, Newberry-Dried Appl
i Mrs. M. E. Uratly, Columbia-Wah
! melon Preserves, Brandy and Whisk
J Pears. Mrs. S. K. Smith, Richland
? Apple Jelly. Miss M. C. Towusei
\ KdKto-Jar Palmetto Pickle. Miss
McIntosh', Darlington-Jar Peach Jul
j Mrs.*'J. S. Giiigunrd, Richland-Loni
Bread. Mrs. F. H. Mayraut, Colum
-Cans Pears, Tu millers Jelly. Miss
A Maynint, Columbia-Orango P
serves, Fresh Pouches, kc. Mrs. W.
Gibbes, Columbia-Jars Fresh Peach
Tomatoes, Pickles, Seo. Mrs. S.
Brandi, Chester-Pear Proserve*, ?1
Cherries, Jollies, ic. Mrs. Win. Pri
Columbia-Apple Jelly, Jeljy Cakes, .
Mrs. E. Stenhouse, Columbia-Marr
lade Jelly, Pieklea, &cv Miss H. Led
Chester-Raspberry Jam, Blaekbe
and Apple Jelly. Mrs. Di L. Boos
Cqlupabui- Applefand Water-melon 1
serven. Mrs. B. H. Rice, Uniou
Butter, Caycuue Pepper.-. Miss E.
? Sloan, Columbia- Bottle's Tomato ?
sup. 1,J.*McCammon, CoIumbia-r-Bo
Cayenne Pepper. Miss M. Me Ken:
[Columbia-Pickle* aud Jelly. Mts.
B. Boukhsrdt, Fairfield-'-Jar Brat
Grapes. W. Steiglitz, Columbia-I
Rye Bread and Coffee Bread. Mrs
Fisher, Coiiimrun-- "Pepper Catsup ?
Po nub Jelly. Mrs, C. Beck, Columbi
Plato' Bunter, .Mrs. C R. Bryce, Coli
^MlSCKIiliASKOUH AKTK'I.KS. - J. N
man, Colombia-Piano and Expant
Bridge. L Sulzbacher, Goldmbia-Show
Case, Gold Watches. Mrs. M. 'A.
Holmes, Columbia-Okra Hemp. Mrs.
M. E. Brady, Columbia-Stuffed Birds.
Miss M. Frost, Columbia-Bell Pull.
M. R. Clarie, Columbia-Movable Fence.
W. D. Love <!t Co., Columbia-Skirts,
Shawla, 4c. Dr. Boozer and Dr. Rey?
nolds, Columbia-Cases Artificial Teeth.
R. C. Shiver, carpets, etc. ; .T. H. ir M.
Li. Kinaird, Fancy Goods.
Columbia-Portable Steam Engine. J.
W. Tliomas, Abbeville-Family Knit?
ting Machine. C.. T. .Mason. Sumter
Electric Fan for Keroaeno Lamps aud
Electric Alarm. Master C. T. Mason,
Sumter-Miniature Sterno Engine.
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY.-Wal?
ker, Evana & Cogswell, Charleston
Lot Blank nnd Printed Books; speci?
mens Printing Paper. E. R. Stokes, j
! Columbia-Caso Blauk ?md Printed |
The Oil Cuko Q,uc?tu?j?k
EniTo? Yonkvn.n; Kxounuani Ijfcyoor issuo
or Ibu 28th ultimo, your Union correspondent
"I*." uska, ''Will it pay tho up-country farmer
to send hie colton need to tue Columbia I ?il
Mill?" and he proceeds to tako tho caae of a
tanner living twelve miles from tito depot, and
makes figuro? answer the question in tho nega?
tive. 1 beg leave to point uut aoine important
arrara in his figures.
1. Ho values cotton ?oed on tho plantation
twelve miles from the depot, at five-sixths of a
cent a pound. Now. its only value there is as
a manure. Used in thia way, forty bushels of
it on an acre of corn, with favorablo seasons,
will increase the yield of tho acre, certaiuly
uot more than, if aa much as, pix bushels above
hwhat it would yield without the cottonseed.
Thia corn, standing in the field, is worth on an
average, vear by year, six dollars, which
would ninfio the" forty bushels of cotton seed
worth, apparently, fifteen cents a bushel. But
it munt be remembered that this value ia only
to bo derived from it next year, and Bhould be
subjected to a discount of certainly 10 per
cent, for cash value, and all the contingencies
to which next year's crop ia exposed, which
makes tho seed worth as nianuro, certainly
not over 13) conta per bushel of thirty pounds.
(Tho commercial bushel ia thirty-three
pounds.) So wo will correct "P.'s" ligaros in
accordance with thia catiniate.
2. "P."'chargea tho farmer with hags for
shipping the seed, which I atriko out entirely,
?a the mill advertises to furnish them, when
desired, and the seed might he shipped loose,
ir more convenient, with but little, if any, loss.
.'I. "P." charges the freight on oil cake at ono
cent a pound. The Greenville and Columbia
Railroad charges onlv 3? cents on 100 pouuda
of it for 10'J miles, and leas than that for short?
er diatancca; and on the other roads, not being
specially mentioned in their tariffs, it will pro?
bably go at fertilizer rates, which are much
lower; so 1 correct bia tlguros on thia point
1. "P." chargea one-half as much for hauling
back 7M pouuda of cake (rum depot, aa for
hauling to the depot 2,401) pounds of seed. Tho
cake and tho charge ahould Cert airily not ex?
ceed one-third, and I reduce his figures on this
Are not these figures fail ? Thero ia no room
to doubt or dispute any hut my estimate of the
value of cotton seed as manure, and in that I :
am sure that any one irho has ecer tried the ex- I
p?riment carefully ici!!fully endorse them. They ;
are derived from tho experience of many far?
mers, among them tho Hon. Robert Toomba, j
of Georgia, one of tho moat scientific and sue- i
cossful planters in tho South, and who recent- |
ly stated to tho wiitor, in conversation on thia I
very point, that ho had determined, by c -rejul j
experiments, that in the nwat favorable cir cum- \
Manees he could nut afford to give eorti fifteen \
cent? a bushel ,33 lbs.) for colton seed tn use as
Farmer Jones' account will, therefore, Bland i
FA it Mien Josias, Du. ,
To 80 bushels cotton seed, t.30 lb*.) at
i:>A couts.$10 t'.O
Hauling, 12 miles. 6 00 |
Freight on 792 lbs. oilcake, 100 miles. 2 77
Hauling same home. 2 00 I
P.v cash paid by mill, at :50 cents uer 100
Iba .!. #7 20
. 7!12 'br?, oil cake, at 3 rents. 23 70
$30 'JO !
Balance in favor of Jones, 100 miles from j
Columbia nnd 12 fr >ni depot, on one load seed, '
$9. iii I. Hut Farmer Jones profit does not stop
hero, thorn being two items of it still over-I
looked. In th? Bret place, for every mfllaV*
worth of manure that lie formerly savoil viten j
feeding corn, he will s ive, according to Lawes*
Tables, four dollar? worth, in the hame bulk, i
when feeding cotton seed, lu fact, he will a?ll ?
Ufo his coi ton seed a-- manure, for bia muli ;
only changea it from the condition of animal
fooii to thai (d' plant food, and Farmer .loties
can either mix the manure in hi:' compost
heap-or, hotter still -with Ina acid super?
phosphate, and malo: a f ir better fertilizer
than he COnld have ni.ute out of tho raw Heed. !
In the next place, having 7'.iJ pounds of extra .
feed ><ii hand, Farmer Julius can next year;
plant ono sere lo.-s ol' com and pul ititi cotton, I
? lld thi:? is probably the very thing Fanni r ?
Junes would like to do und eau s'-n his own i
A-i to the vaille of the cotton seed cake to j
Farmer Jones as a food, I copy from the ho
port of the Commissioner nf A^ricultuie,
Washington, 1805: "lu Hie albuminous i?r
flesh forming portions, cotton seed meal far
exceeds Ibo very beat English or American
linac?il meal, and we tuive, by repeated experi?
ments, proved that for the production of milk
it is worth just shout double corn tnetil', pound
lor pound, nnd for making all kinds of ?mim?is
fat aud glossy, it far exceeds all other kinds ol
food." i'he last (piotaiiona of it ia the Lou?
don market read: "American cotton?teed
cakes aro coming more hilo uso and aro now
mugil sought af?er. Forty-live dol?ais (gold)
per ton (by the ship load) would be readily
paid for thuin." ii. I
So we hope Farmer Jones will sie his way
dear to give the now enterprise a trial, with?
out .any danger of ruining himself, lt is cer?
tainly undertaken wi.h tho boro of accent
plitln0g publie ha well ka ptlvttl gofrd, and ia
i utitlrtd to fair ?ohaiderationw B*wi\onr cor?
respondent "P." admits that ho thinks ita
great waste to throw rvviiy, evory year, aa
much oil as the aced contains, and the chemi?
cal atllnities wutul), nature has locked up in
tho seed, organized to support at?mal life, ami
uttei ly .thrown'a way when tbs seed is comp ?
vvd Without owing panged thrungli Tfie annual,
sro of far moro, value than thc oil. And ii
'?P." really desii OM. as be says, toeonn *eomilla
grinding tim m ed in ewryCounty, ho should
certainly not attempt to dptoonrago the initial
enterprise with a laudum RIIOW of llgnrcs,
which would leave J .nes with a loss, even if
ho patronized a mill at hi? own di*por. A.
TO COIWUMPTIVBS-Tho advertiser,
having beon restored to health in a fovr weeks,
bj1 a very simple remedy, after having BiiiTorod
several years with a severo lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption, ia anxious to
make known to his follow-stfffcrors tho means
To all who desire, it, ho will send !\ copy of
thc proscription used, (freo of charge,) with
tho directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will hud a BUBS Cum; FOU
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BnoNuiirns, etc. Tho
object of tho advertiser in sending thc pro?
scription is to benefit the afUiotod, and spread
information which ho conceive* to bo invalua?
ble; and ho hopos every sufferer will try his
remedy, as it will cost them nothiug, and may
provo a bloesing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will ploa?o
address It EV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, KingR Conufy, New York.
Nov 10 3mo
ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A' gentleman who
suffered for years frb'ra Nervous Debility, Pre?
mature Decay, and all tho effects of youthful
indiscretion, will, for sake of Buffering huma?
nity, send freo to all who ncod it, tho rc
oejpt and directions for making tho Himple
remedy by which hq waa cured. Sufferers
wishing to prout by tho advertiser's experi?
ence, can do so by addressing,, with perfect
confidence* JOHN B. OGDEN,
Nov 10 3mo No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
YOU MAY IIE TOO T. A TIS.-Bo warned
intime. Diseases like Indigestion and Dys?
pepsia arc not to bo trifled with. There is
such a thine; as being too tafeln these matters.
Iullammation, or Seirrhus Cancer, or some
other dangerous disoaso may enano, whcii all
restoratives, no matter how potent, would be
ineffectual. Do not delay then. When the
symptoms of Dyspepsia aro first exporienoed,
resort at oncu to the great restorative medi?
cine, HOSTETTERS STOMACH BITTERS,
and you will bo safe.
But few disorders involve greater suffering,
and, if not in itself immediately dangorons, it
is tho source of many deadly maladies. Even
if it did not touel to'greator evil, tho mental
aud physical misery it produces id alono a suf?
ficient rcatsou why no pains should be span d
to prevent or euri? it. In no country on tho
face of the globe is it so completely domesti?
cated as in our own, w here it is found iu noarlv
every household. HOSTETTJCRS STOMACH
BITTERS are universally conceded to bc tho
sovereign remedy for this annoying disease, UH
they act directly upon tho digestive organs,
correct and tone tho stomach, and givo renew?
ed vitality to thc system. Acting delightfully
upon the nerve? and soothing the brain, ren?
ders them efficacious ds a mental mediciuo, as
well as a genial stomachic. If taken as a pre?
ventivo, they will bo found particularly well
suited to tho diseases anning fi om the un?
healthy season of autumn, and their uso will
prevent the creeping, unpleasant sensation
often complained of when thc chilis are steal?
ing slowly upon tho patient. Oct 31 ffi
SPECIAL -NOTICE-To parties in want ol
Doom, Sashes and Blinds, we refer tn the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toals, thc large manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Price
lint furnished on application. July 17 OfttO
a3-PIIItiOSOI?HY OE MARRIAGE-A I
NEW COURSE or LECTURES, ae delivered at the j
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tho
subjects: How to Live and NY h at to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gone- |
rally Reviewed;Thu Cause of Indigestion;Fla- j
tulenco and Nervous Diseases accounted for; j
Marriage Philosophically Consider', d, Ac, ftc.
Tl ci;c lectures will be forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, bv addressing Seo'v Ballimore
Museum of Anatomy, 71 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May fi ly
TUM HEALING POOL-ESSAYS FOB
YOUNG MEN. who have fallen into vicious
habi.s, and now desire a higher life, and abet?
tor Manhood, with certain means of te'.ief for
the afflicted. ?'. nt in scaled letter envelopes,
free ni eh urge; Address, HOWARD VSSOCI
ATION, Ros P., Philadelphia, Ra. Sept 23 3mo
To the Public.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
filiform the citizens of Columbia
i anti tho surrounding country ge?
nerally, that I have resumed my |
.>'d Business again, after a lapse I
!' years, engaged in the manufacture
I Am again back at inv first Ruainess,
WATCH, CLOCK ANO JEWELRY-!
full Stock of all Goods kept in a first '
< !.".. .. Establishment can befonnd, 1 shallu-e
my b-'ut endeavors tn give satisfaction to all.
I h ip . to receive a share of patronage, [shall
koop Eir.-t Class Workmen, and ail work en?
trusted to nie will bc warranted.
Nov c; WILLIAM GLAZE.
lVexl to Ar/nnc's, on Plain Street.
NOW on hand and receiving tho largest
stock of FURNITURE OE EVERY DE?
SCRIPTION over brought to this market, con?
sisting in part of 50 Bed-room anita in Maho?
gany, Walnut, Chesnut and Painted-some of
them at very low prices.
DIVINO ROOM aiidi^Altl.OR SUITS.
RI DSTEADS crail kinds-Maple, Walnut
SIDEBOARDS and. BUREAUS at all prices.
CHAlRS of every description, direct from
tho iiiannfactnrers, and at prices that' cannot
f.til to please tho closest tun ern.
era- All kinds of FURNITURE MADE TO
ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notice and
iii the best manner.
FUNERAL? served with all kind? of if static
or Wood Coffins. M. H. BERRY.
Obfcfli/i: ti'C _
BORNEO,OUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUBLE
10 OOO yards of thCalmv? for sale atlowmt
market rates. Ki AO. D. HOPE.
Watohe?, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE mu? o rn ig no il most respectfully
informs Ina patrons, and the public in
general, that he han received a wo ll eo
??ot?T assortment of fine Watohea, Jewelry
and Clocks- amongst them the celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTAQLES and Eye-glasses of
every focus, to Buit all eyes. Above-mentioned
articles will be sold at reasonable prices. All
work connected with thia imp will be executed
in the best workmanlike manner, and-properly
warranted. A. Ww WEHB?AN,
Plain street, opposite Mr. Berry's Furniture
Kooma. _ Pet 27
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.'
S THIS pleasantly located HO
flgj'ygTMfaAiL 'li'jl'< unsurpassed by any
sW T?TSKKI3BT House in the youth for comfort
and healthy locality, in 'now
open to Travelers and otbora seeking- acoom
niodations. Families can bo. furnished with
nico, airy rooms on reasonable torms. "A< ?all
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
I and from the Hotel free of charge. "I '..
_Nov 3 ^WM- A., WRIGHT,.
OUR HOUSE B?STAUiAN??,
SITUATED on, Assembly street, near too
North-east corner of tti? Market, ia* how
prepared to serve up OYSTEKS in every ?lylo,
to pleaso'Hie patrons of the House.'
Families catv bo supplied with Oysters either
on tho shell or opened. , . e
Thc BAU is furnished With the DOST bf
WINES, LIQUORS, ETO. ; :
A fino BOWLING ALLEY ia. attached to the
nouso. D. McGUINNIS, '7
Nov 4 5* . nu. ui-j_Proprietor.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta B. B.,
M mmmmm* mm*1*
R?PEnrxTF.xn?KT's OFFIC?, '"
COXTTMM?, S. C.. November 2, i860,'
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for the con?
venience oj Visitors tb" tho State Fair,
will bo run between Chester and Columbia, on
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
lOrn, 1 ITU and 12Trr instant, leaving Colum?
bia on Wednesday evening :
Leave Columbia at. 3J p m
Arrive " " .'.._10.30 a m
Leave Chester at. C.40 a m
Arrive " " .,. 7 20 p m
Stopping at usual stations. Half usual rates
each way. , C. EOUKNIGHT,
Nov 3 0 Superintendent.
Blue Eu1 ge Railroad.
rp DE Annual Sleeting of, the Stockholders of
JL this Company will be held-in Charleston,
at the Mayor's office, on FRIDAY, the lOth
instant, at 12 M. The Board of Direotors will
meet t-amu day. By order of tho Board."
_Nov 0 WTtf. D. PAILLARD. Secretary.
Industrial Iron Works.
THE nndorfdgncd, having procured
ffegood tools, has commenced a general
Jr ?>\ achino business, at tho corner of
Wayne and Gervais or Pridge streets, opposito
the Greenville passenger di pot, and is now
ready to receive orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, such as Steam En?
gines and Boilers. Circular Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shafting and Pul?
leys, Cotton Press Screws and Irons, Irou
Railings for Cemeteries and Buildings, Bridgo
and other Bolts and Nuts of any desired t-izee.
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERB1CK.
Oct 30 lino
C O L U M B I A
Wholesale unit JRctuIl
tints mimm noise,
Main Street, next to Mr. Ii. C. Shiner's
Dry Goods House.
lt, & W. C. SWAFFIELD. "
WE have no v on hand a
(jjf large and varied assortment I
'of tho above Good?, bought)
low for cash, and will bo sold for that commo?
dity, nt a small advance. ' Some of our Goods
aro our own manufacture, and every garment
we have tn store 1ms been sel.e!e,d with gnat
care, and will bc warranted.
IN HATS, WO havq always been the ballers.
Dealing extensively in them, wo are eiuihlgil to
sell a bingle otto or by tba cloze ii at lisa
tiri COR than smaller houses.
lu the CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, wo
ta have added to onr already large corps ol
li il, work me o a Cutter and a Tailor (pf Uren
experience in their lino, recently from Paris,
and WO are thus enabled to make a stylo
of Goods superior to any Goods made in this
State. We have choiceand vaiiod patterns of
Eng ish and French OAS8IMERE8, and keep
up to tho market in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Handkerchiefs, new
stylo Tins, square Neck Handkerchiefs, Trunks,
Valjaos, Shawls,, Ac. Pot 21
The Colombia Tannery,
.T. p>. i non AS dc cu.. Proprietor*.
HIDES and SKINS ben cb t or taken in ex?
change for Finished-Leather. Orders
for Leather promptly lilied, Apply at foot of
Lnmbor street, on the Greenville and Colum?
gm' For tho purpose of engaging in the
ribovo budines*, toe undervfgT?eq have, this
:liy, August is-otoated themselves as
jopartnera. J. P. THOMAS,
J. O. MOOR?.
O' * ?i _I J- W. PAhKER.
ONE CASK pire Ldnv Malt SCOTCH WHIS?
KEY', fer sale by I B. A U. D. HOPE.